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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iSiiiE Mdg Record1 Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates gSSSSSSSSSS JfSSieSSSSS f J f I a rl r I ic f6 t Muhlenberg County 1 is rich in coal iron timber potters rlaj1 and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck f jj J4 JL jjc j etc J1 iW ffi lCl w x Y MAYMnr f r u r VOL XII NO 19 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEJ 1 t Arson As a Fee In George Gary Kgglcstons Recollections of a Varied Life he gives this story told by the brilliant Donn Piatt When 1 was a young man trying to rot into a law practice out m Ohio and eager to advertise myself by appearing in court a fellow was indicted for arson lie came to me explaining that he had no money with which to pay a lawyer but that he thought I might like to appear in a case so important and that if I would do the best I could for him he stood ready to du any thing for me that he could of recompense I took the case of course It was a complex one and it offered opportunities for brow beating and balling uj itnesscsa process that specially impresses the public with the sagacity of a lawyer who does it successfully Then by any chance I should succeed in acquitting my client my place at the bar would be assured as that of a sharp young feller who had beat en the prosecuting attorney himself But in telling my would take his case the demon of betrayed me Just across the street from lodging was a negro church and there was a revival going on at the time They revived till 2 oclock or later every night with shoutings that interfered with my sleep With playful impulse I said to the accused man You seem to be an expert in the arts of arson If youll burn that negro church Ill feel that you have paid me full price for my service in defending you I defended him and as the witnesses against him were all of shady charac ter I succeeded in securing his ac quittal About 4 oclock the next morn ing a fire broke out under alt four corners of that negro church before the local fire department got a quart of water in action it was heap of smoldering ashes hymn tXfoksand all A week or so later I alctter exclient He wrote from St Louis on way west he said He expressed the hope that I was satisfied with results and begged me to believe that he was a man of honor who never failed to repay an obligation or reward a service Marys Lamb Up To Date Miss Mary has a little lamb the facts well known gadzooks With many a chart and diagram its written in the books And it is also written there how Mary went to school and how the teacher broke a chair upon the lambkins wool but history nar rates no more and Mary and sheep drop out of all the schoolhouse lore and in oblivion sleep Oh Mary when you lived your days so long so long ago this weary world had simpler ways and lambs were white as snow Yes lambs were white as snow my dear and little maids like you would curtsey and disappear when their brief stunts were through If you were living in this age of dust and sounding brass wed see you prancing on stage and eke the lamb alas The teacher too who turned him out as though he were a dog would hold the boards awhile and spout a dreary menologue The children all lingered near would profit by their fame between the acts they would appear and spring the comic game Oh ali would do their little spiels and draw their princely wage the schoolhouse would be put on wheels and hauled across stage Gas bags ot modern balloons are made of a cotton fabric coated with India rubber in the most careful manner in order to assure perfect impeimeabilily without sacrificing tightness For all large balloons and especially for dirigibles two players of cloth are superposed cemented together The outer skin is covered with India rubber on one side only but the inner skin is coat ed on hath sides As India rubber even when vulcanized is altered by exposure ta light the canvas is colored yellow in order to arrest the vjolet and ultraviolet rays which ate the active The Dallas Press club has a move for the establishment Jn Texas of a national press clubs S i i tt u i 1 byWay J i o U client m c J y i t i and j C hero i hb west launched i Ii f t i Mrf i I t t i I s I nI i t 1 r ti IS- I i i reeeti e from nt hiT on p t wr r I the J r i r sr 4t 1 Ry- r j home farm and ranch for the pur of affording a place for recrea lion for newspaper men in poor health and n permanent abode for workers who have become infirm from age or disease The newspa per organizations of the United States are invited to cooperate n purchase of 20000 or mule acres of good agricultural land in a suitable location It is proposed to make the enterprise selfsustaining Pointed Paragraphs What we know about ourselves is mostly No man has ever failed in busi ness from lack of advice Those on the inside ot a deal can see only the Bright side And the way of the sometimes hard to beat of people expect applau c every time they do their duty Nearactors all right their way but give us the oldfashioned country hams You may as well do a little worry on your own account as to let your neighbors worry you livery man and woman on earth has some good quality if youll only take the trouble to look for it It takes the conceit out of a man when a pretty woman derides his strenuous efforts to do something that will please her oe aoo o ee fl 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 For Gods Sake Do Something have answered this cry in our new book Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U District Attorney Sims and others most sensational indictment of the White Slave Trade ever It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes an nually and sold into a life of shame The Cincinnati Inquirer says Of all the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helpful it should be read by every man woman and child Agents are making from S to 17 a day selling this book Over 500 pages Many pictures Price 5150 Best terms to agents Outfit free Send 150 for forwarding charges Book sent to any address post paid upon receipt price Address James E Sharkey Sccy No tad Plymouth Court Chicago 3 41 Rural Telepkoaes Mr fanner Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service vc can immediately interest Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois TEL TEL Co Incorporated Quaker Oats is the perfectly balanced human food China your table In the Famllv f 1ackazea the pose offcolor CLots in ring Buildup tt aVe U published tt ceposition heyour fits c ou ICU 1IJEIUAD for 11t transgressor art s o he o S I aE 3 r 1IUSINKSS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to TUB RECORD For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber o 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 Ronrks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory l appreciate J near in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection errand E A Little Good Pant in Saves VIicn yoir buildings need every delay costs you money The sun rain snow and frost ate in wolf Lumber too much to it decay for want of a little paint It lcs to use Rood paint than to go with out r 7c me notlibg puial on out orL CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine andtho most cspcntvc colors The kind of paint we use never crocks or I Let u figure with you when ready to pat We a Erstdim and durable prices reasonable Dont put it oil J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No THE Registered POUHDOMA BOAR NOXAL WONDER s Tin cIR dt ir let torts J of WCAr willremove it job 254- r tilt e I no 45K sire Perfect Wonder dam QUEEH aUAUTY a fine individual iron a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public i oljctpd J Very Serious a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUCK OiAB6Sl Medicine reputation of this old rela constipation in rouble established jj Qes not iaitctc Other It bclfcr thr n oltiers PT h V ul4 riot be tim fa vorite liver with a j r calc than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN J DE KALBILU KANSAS CITY MO COO I US u T e dn nY Ia JIlgichc p wJar u 4r 0 li p E ver rig or gnd fly f 11 REVOLVING Y tl EIhEAV IlI GI E 1YAITe IOfl PAIL SiN Dxl a rl r s Q DR BARLOW Crown and Bridge Work done reasonable rlucH OQlcc up stairs In the JUIICM Building Ureenrllle Ky DR T J SIAT0N- I and Burgeon stress near Muiuatreet 15 CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSMice In Green Balldlnj opposite LaMcade Hotel DIUOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Aticiicsecr CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywte IB eiMy Tzras S3 rtcne It Route 15STWBKX Louisville and Chicago liBST II X 15 TO California the Vrst Kurt Invest fiery trains lnily j French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATJOSf- LOUISVIIjLH DE A U 150 1 SS CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Ronrks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used I to lako for your fernao P trouble hecauso we ire sure It will help you Rernentfjer that 3 this great if cmo remedy I DBNTIfTat Home F Pcs n I ii11l ant ti 1 S1il1 S Dining We Ask You Card t JeW e t 3laln cross lox had 1t r VINE Jf ohev cick omen so why not to kj you For headache backache periodical fensab weak K ilea many have said it Is the r- CT II I fr oid in TIns City FS F 6Q YEARS EXPERIENCE fRMJK OEEION3 COPYRIGHTS A handsomely Illtiitraloil rfoklr Tjircottt clr culntlim if Verms f3 a year taut months tk Mbyull nowatlenlcra T1a bju Ilt tc of 1 p t to Try It l J- lJWT wri Fr p MAR t nlll may OISIInn 11 Iclher an inrontinn JH11 Cloth Itl riel I ti1tIJldot IOU t H Qk D OilY drlIUn tl rt to thousands nJ r ez mesdictne flakeb- i J nyana enn lug akolrlt dasotlptlnn otr froeprhnltly onIntontl lent roe ldct 1atonte taken tlirourh rum trotiorIthoutchide AZiI s1cn uruut l t rt13G1froadway dUN Yorkt bran prcatu5StttsF o Wo Buy Hides aria Wool Feathers Tallow Dectrrox Ginseng Q9ltInSe llYellow Hoot Mny Apple pliUUrd in 85 Oter Wl century IK Louisville and an do better for you ttaq agent or nercWb Reference toy Disk in LcuisviOc Write for price and thippns tag- JN Sabol Sonsy 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Wild Eilpgor t19i1tItHi list I I 4Ooi 1 r5 14q vat tot wvicea trail G i tCOtb THE KINGS NEW FOR AND ALL DISEASES COLDS AND PREVENTS Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then wan advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn PRiCE SOc AND StCO SOLD AKD GfAE TESD BY OrweiSts DISCOVERY COUGHS AND THROAT LUNG PNEUMONIA D CONSUMPTION C f rr J Ail fA r jr s wE muentt WOOLHIDESANDF1Jr o BeingDealasi tie ens do betty fa you lhaa afeats er Comaissian eietebaats- Retaccce any bask in Louisrile We furnish WtilefnpricehzL1- K SABEL SONS rii11ISa edLesisrilte Ky i Union Loch Poultry FenceclM m h Tt tno t rtir jW j frneo HI b market poultry orchardi nd t i I u at no ruler out nit ft Write for catalog of tee UNION roses co Dtcib in Kansr City UP C M HOWARD CO AND CURE THE LUNGS tlu Ulan lane KILLiHi COiJCH for Yard a and for all n rna a WITH H liNG Dr Ki g s New Di fJ FOR cOUCHS QRS pmCE Seta f too GUARANTEED ATISFACTOBS OE MONEY REFUNDED I f THRf1ATAND R0Ff1 Po I tfJl Y t a I4D 3 Itl n 11 SMtoIoI f St Uu t toencrachInr d- r r- rftypnront a mcntte tri AmcticcnPnttagr LHICtfl t m I t I t tltctkUJ the CI JelKewlhurt Ibe t ii i r ilol ear Iullln rut to- G 10 qL i Met isref P H aIIy eat a ids Slpler par thrltatne tars crf e yea siune r rtes tit Matt t J iUQ Onr I a 1a i S 1 Pr i 1 r- 1t J White Sewing fvlachincs in rotary and vibrator ncKiJcs shuttles etc in stcck for ROARKS STQg I t 11 clines ft 4 i a- ma t t r OF U I CORTRIGHT WHEN Cortright Metal Shingles were first introduced 24 years ago you Iril seme excuse for being sceptical nut now If you arc rccptical it crj cis t Lccsuis you do not know tilt facts in the They arc used to from t tc racic for ail kinds buildings under all They arc fireproof stormproof never crd as lung as the building itself needing repairs For further detailed information apply to i M mm 3 dfflvilie Ky i Failed Health j- jj Ay mother died cix years r ol vntc3 fics Hutli Ward of hreeyville HI and Mitt me to care fcr children I had beta strong end thi viih lh cOck of her death wa too much x I tailed ii health I tired the tints ri cd g not want to anywhere nor care fjr ccmpany I had the headache all the time and bearirj dovn rair3 A very dear friend adviicJ r2 tj Le CirJi EJ it af hid dire Ier so much CD I comricrccd lj ui it b ant rjv 1 am in good health case thc Jtlarti I last t 1 ill dx n vcr I i tIke 1 M x is sera I k r sit a 4 opt Ifill Take CURES M t J t l r t rd rs tiLhAUiPt3JL11 The VOEans Ton Womens nrc relieved or prevented and womans slrcneth Is quickly restored by the womans tonic Yoq yourself know best if you need it or net Ii you do need it do not delay but comment use it ct once Every of lots slide lurilier down th2 Dont wit then but IKJTH to fkj Cirdui tody tai s ue ro matter lion irolonsed cnniot l mi yoj nd surely do you good Vrfte if Laits Advisory Dct cCtlri Co CwtlarccKa Tsaiu Special JutmcXons end book Home Treatment Women sent free delJ ot oi ill C for for I t ins listt 4 atterooca i Dace SHINGLES I IMETAL I n gt ar r 1910 e do- lJIt will be sent to cay person interested in of 7 cents to cover postaneon receipt Th stark Year Hook represents an entirely new idea n nurserymens literature u a well is to mail r a read lists ttrn work atlas a catalogue of Stark Within covers arc illustrations at flowers representing 175 varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing nature 81 are to descriptions prices and records inestimable value a horticultural tcstbool a uiJc to sclctmn Stark trees have stood the supreme test of actual planting for S3 years are th1 yardstick which all other ere are the first choice tl country most successful orchardists The success of the orchard is nt the and of tree planted Curl vcrietic arc the best of the best Our retort of 85 cf successful a positive guarantee of tree quality i you decsili to buy send 1 cents for 1ie Start Ye r Cxt J3 it tudcy before tie edition is cxkK L Stark Bras Nurseries and Orchards Got Louisiana Missouri for he Record Only its d Stark Delicious the apple orchard planting d established new standard of apple values selling at 1000 per bushel David another wondrous md Stark Philip I hml grape of California grape quality md of tha very best the are fully d and rriced To one one tree or r1 or oementai this 3 d me IS o i i I I Subs ribe SOC I x pages a ear Star King merit Kin black dons things ut horticultural fitis both b pet t gore A 45 6rr to Tor Sa a r t I ft2 p THE D I An Newspaper tIittiAIIGn TIUlltIUATt nT fRfSS A 1 lltIentttU OUEN UirK PItIIillI II t ORIKN I ICHAUK Secretary BX l IvOAiciv KUITOK Telephone Ko 72 OltUi in new HUM rear of store RrrtHiiJ 50 CENTS Pill YEAR IN ADVANCE The price of the mwr Is We in ntlvnniv nod the time expire to whleU It I puUl the paper will be stopped Oiinln of thnnkn obituary notice etc If not longer than ton tins will w free A chance of 5o PHI Una win be made for HUtfeoou Ing llnoH No rurlaUon of thU ruiu tu uuyori Free wimple eoplw will be matted Ad vr rtlmsinentH ill lio IriKcrtcU A rule carl win be fiirnlnhetl on refit iU- AtMreiM nil uiitl muter ll re mittances pn able to KKCOKll IKliSS Gornrlttr Ky THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 Entered at the OrocntUle KvpO8tofllce aeconilolnsB matter FIGURES jist compiled by the Pennsylvania Railroad system show that although in 1908 and 1909 its various lines carried a total of 762658 passengers on ItS 24000 miles of track only one passenger was killed as a result of a train wreck In other words the chance of a passenger losing his life in an acci dent on the Pennsylvania Railroad system was one out of about 300 000000 A DISPATCH from Berlin that the Von dcr Tmn the first of the German dreadnought cruisers reached on her preliminary trials a speed of 28 knots This if true places her in respect ot speed abreast of the British Invinciblcs The latest accounts credit her with carrying eight 1 1 inch guns disposed in four turrets one forward one aft anti two en echelon amidships The displacement is about 19000 THE four dreadnoughts which are being built for the Russian navcy in feature They will be 590 feet long 89 feet broad of 23000 tons displacement and with 42000 shaft horsepower arc designed to make 23 knots An armament of twelve 12inch guns is to be mounted in four three gun turrets placed on the center line All turrets are on the upper deck one forward one be tween the smokestacks another be tween the after smokestack and the mainmast and the fourth on the quarter deck The belt armor 88 inches maximum thickness which is rather light but the in thickness was no doubt de termined by the fact that in Russo Japanese war belt and turret armor were never penetrated The armor forward is carried up to the forecasile deck where it is three inches thick the whole bow being entirely protected The principal defect uf these ships is the small end on fire of three gun PKRVIOUS to attempting a long distance IlIght tram New York to Philadelphia and back Mr gave some beautiful exhibitions of his skill in flying at Mincola the first week in June Ho would rise to a height of from 200 to 300 feet and circle about at the same time swooping down to within 15 or 20 feet of the ground and suddenly rising again When he was about to alight he would shut oft the motor at a good height and drive almost perpendicularly to the earth When only 10 or 12 feet from the ground he would level up his machine and make an extended glide only a few feet above the surface He appear ed to ride in the biplane as easily and with the same skill that a bare back tiller rides his horse and he seemed to take as much enjoyment from his drives and other pranks as did the large number of interested spectators The machine he has used since last winter is the identi used by Mr Ctirtiss Kheims is very fasst has also abty carry wo yeoplfy Mr Hamil ou a olt a friend for a short spin pn the 4th instant Fracture of tIe Hip in the Aged One of the greatest misfortunes that can happen to a healthy or woman xvlio has passed three score and ten without the sorrows nail infirmities which the psalmist has predicted is to fall and break the hip By breaking the hip is meant breaking off the head of the thigh bone Notwithstanding its expo sure to injuries of all kinds from blows falls and the shock of jump H S 0 7 CC 0 c TERMfb Imo rllIIn has I r oil 99 to U tons t l reduction Hamilton to t to 1 t calracer a lit an c oH a t on 1 r4 gr4f lr t4t I Long Olitamse tttto pay a e e r o 1 1 acreS I vibe th y a Y a I S its t p Sl ice r t t r c ma j 4 r Ati A 1 f 11 4 a ing the hip is very seldoir broken in youth or middle are Co r this part of the thifjhbonc is o strongly I built that it will resist a very severe strain In oM age however the case is different Then the head of the Lone instead of orating an obliguc angle tlC shaft is so bent as to a right angle rind so stands the strain badly Moreover the bone shares with other tissues in the atrophy of old age and becomes porous and brittle For this reason the aged are more predisposed to this injury than persons The consequences an accident arc also more severe In tLc first place there is the shock of the break nail of the Jail or other injur which produced it and shock is badly borne by the aged Then there is the enforced change in the mode of life which the accident brings shoo the sudden ment of out door life the walks and the drives These things arc im portant to any one but they count far more seriously in the life of an old person than in one who is still young The confinement to bed is irksom and may be dangerous reason of the bed sores which are so likely to occur The mental state is also unfavorable for the old man or woman misses the variety and change of scene which walks or drives afforded and misses also the stimulus of family life at meals and in family gatherings great to con fine the leg by plaster bandage splint or brace as soon as it can be done with safety so that the sufferer may leave the bed and get about on crutches or in a wheelchair mingle once more with the family and get again In some very favorable cases the fracture is what is called impacted that is the broken ends have been pressed together in such a way as to hold each other When this hap pens union of the fracture is very apt to occur but in most cases healing of the fracture does not take place and the patient is condemned to a cumbersome brace for the rest of life In any case even thi best the leg will bs stiff and the patients activities will be greatly curtailed even if not arrested For Gods Sake Do Something We have answered this cry in our new book Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U S District literacy Sims and others The most sensational indictment of the White Slave Trade ed It tells how thousands of young- c girls arc lured from their homes an nosily and sold into a life The Cincinnati Inquirer says the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helpful it should be read man woman and child Agents arc making from 8 to 17 a day selling this book Over 500 pages Man pictures Price 150 Best terms to agents Outfit free Send 150 for forwarding charges Book sent to address post paid upon receipt of price Address James E Sharkey Sccy No 123 Plymouth Court Chicago 2 4t Commissioners Sale Muhlenberg Circuit Court Kentucky W D sunder committee for Lunettn Phil lips PIlT VH Lunuttii Phillips Deft IN EQUITY fly virtue of n Judgement ami Order of Sale of the Mulilonbcr Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1010 In the above cause for the sum of maintenance of Lunetta Phil lips with Interest at the rate of tt per cent per annum from the day of June 1010 until pall and 10070 coats herein I shall proceed to otter for sate at the Court HoiMe dour In Green vllle Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auc on Monday the Still day of June 1010 at 1 oclock p in or thereabouts being County Court day upon a credit of six months the coal and mining privileges of the onehalf MB dlvld d interest of the following or lauds tat tract beginning at a the mouth of the tune a white sweet gum mark ed as pointer thence S 452 1J IW poles to a rook a mulberry marked an pointer Mibiicetf 0 E 47 polea to a route near the bank ojt Uftar creek two Ironwoods sweetgnm and iqnvkeil ll pointer tlunce N IS W 2U yttie Ui rook on the old line thence W 43 poles to the beginning containing 55 acres More or less 2nd tract beginning at a Hwcetguint running S 0pole to two poplar thence S 88 E Iii poles to a walnut ash and dogwood In Mieheal Phillips line thence N 40 N 107 poles to n white oak Midi on 1 Phillips and Ileiijamin Jagooftciruer tlonee S 2S N 70 poltM to a rock thence N 02 polos to the beginning con talnlng 51 acres but there Is to be excepted lips and bounded as follows Itpglnnlng at n tlutiic poles S 15 to a iiinllterry X OS 47 pole to a rook on tho bunk of Urlar creek thence with add creek to the buglaiiliig ten IICIVH or low Or Millielent thereof to produce the HIIIIIH of money so ordered to be made For the purch lit priie tilt purchaser with approve neenr ity or Hccurities mast execute liond bearing luttal Intcrost from the day of side until paid and having the force and elfect of a jndmtiil Uiddera will be preimreil to couiply promptly with these term Jas W Oates 11 C j J I I form the- r younger ofsuch mu abandons b hips0 Jcct IS outdoors shortenedand tt It ever publish ofshame U Ofall beer an tUIK rink ii S 42 thenk r f 7 f l with nentty dh absolutely n lilt Ito near oak find rut tt Siuraor and Philosophy PERT PARAGRAPHS Is n gMid Ililu tutu we of IIMI jrlvo our frlomls plrnlv of It li onlisr Him they IIMIV imikrstiinil th value of our friim1slii ToUi inaldng Is serious it is a business yom when ay VNcitN N SMlTII flatly persons pay attention nml nro therefore generally able to pay moiioy- HpliiR n uncliolor keeps n man ROJ busy that lie hardly nUlls time to break n vsiy Diplomats are ilIlTcrcnt nod tiara acquaintances than liars being diplomats Friends In Disguise Not nil the KOI ms are wicked ones For come truly so il They loaf anti do tho chores And for their keep saw wnwi They do not hind us a dUoaio jOr on our Ills Kroiv fat nut help dlBostloti with Us v rk JjAnd do such things as that Without their labor null tboir pair c couldnt got nlonc They help our inner vso k norform beep us well rind strong They run on errands for tho heart They Keep the IIHRS In tutu fAnd If tho liver isnt well They Iced It with n spoon We had been led o tlink of IAs wretches thnt wire sot pointWhoseAgainst poor weak detcnsotoas man To camp upon his trnrl With every old disease Jr sight And land him without mil But now we know the germs Are armed In our They Grapple with the wlck j germs And calmly knock them h nce Our systems would trot Till a week The works would have to cease II they were oat in every spot To act as the puttee Her Choice- I run goiiiK to be an old maid Why this decision Because nn old meld either s ls the sympatliy mill help of everybody of her lone condition or Yes or what Or else she runs lie machine around her and nobody dares sass her There nre just those two kinds Up to Date I simply dont like the Browns You dont NoYhyV Thi y nre so snobbish- I never noticed It They always manage o lug allusion to the line roast they had for dinner Experienced lave you ever been at service be fore Yessum Where Lots ol places Lots of places Yessum I dun had nine places all In six weeks Had Enough of It I cant understand why boys from the farms should do so much bettor in college than boys from the city That is easy enough On account of their rugged coustl tutionsNo they are afraid Avili Uuno to go back Limitation 4 It Is n pout rule that work bath ways Still 1 know a ooO one that to What Is It Go west jom tuna if First Guess Darling one word from you liake ue happy What word so magical HJmit you KUTSS jIlapjacksJ j News to Him Charity begins at home It dOts Yes I wonder when Cant Outgrow If She has quit growing tiny cMor 1 Tow does she inanngo It Easy enoughit is always twenty three for her Experiences j1 never heard a codfish ball t But I have seen an oysterstetrvv And 1 have known a draft falldue I fire around net d t In ont will tt t I i f 4 A lemon drop n small lamb chop desirable t r tN 1 germ awful stance because whole soute they refuses l 1 i Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware calC cr other item that you umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner Some good ulan fear the world will forget they are shining if their lamps do not smoke c to J c I i I 11 BlAKVfll ROARK SURAWGEGENERA9 We represent Home Insur ance o of H Y the that writes all Kinds and city property P of farm FM LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELl ROARK GREENVILLE KY He BRIDGES SHANNON oVA DEF OY KENTUCKYft We announce to our trade and the pub i1 lie that our stocks of goods in all depart X ments are larger and better selected than j ever in our history We carry a varied I of 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the warts of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections r In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm rf- fi Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found fy the lowest and your visits will highly appreciated M Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our w j busi tress will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas Jv fly kef 5 Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt j f And careful attention any hour day or nig1t 6 Teleptiones StoreJo I iUt IZ or fio 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO DEPOY KENTUCKY J- jli I s p If d m ill J it lire j m f HiT dt OJ j b J t j t till i r J f I i V tlit rr r Ir r illle IrItr llJt11 rye t1 1 Ill 111 e1 l l s lit It ltSk nt l ajth 1Ill 1 alt rid l rte l6 lj 121 ail If Jrr J E Bailey Dentist Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office Jewelry Store White Patients Only Telephone Connection over Storers w- N 9 We 3iy FURSlidos and Wool Feathers Tallow Beerwvr Ginseng Golden ScaUYellowRoot Mil Apple Wild Cfnger are dealer ciubiuhed b 1856 Owtf half a century in Louuvine can do bctbr Ice you than tcenti or cocsmuaoQ merchant R retcnce any hank in LouiniHe Wrt s fcr wetUy price tat dipping tip M Sabol Sons 229 Market St LOUIS UE KY etc Ve wit lilt e I E a COAL The best ever and the price is right j 200 PER TON DELIVERED Two mines the Penrod Bank and the Fuel QS Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE fflsr DE K JB LL KANSAS cnv MO If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery J p DAN Ei REVOLVING WIIITf rut 5h L FD co j 1 Greenville 13csparc GLEE talc s MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Baoiking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the if I Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social industrial and political welfare 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 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 machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed 0 r il we LoC APRIL I moraleducational l yearand u fit A r T f SENTINR t ti a a Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this we sell the perfect ACME QUALITYkind varnishes all carrying the mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Finishes plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated paintor stainwe because theonlycom r guarantee sandPasnt FtlE R fiCME QUALITY x1ND 1 Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Pttryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin GUMBERUND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO T 1808 aK DirectorsW ircosrottatrn i t 1- 5ieetlv c Y crtuckg Y Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost nnywhero in Soulhorn Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky TonnesSvo Mississippi ad Louisiana We cart put you in quick rind satisfactory communication with the people of great suction of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates Equipments and facilities unsur asset this reasonable jWES E CALDWELL JICA LFLAD HUME ticul Mcx D weed rrt asvsm 4 mooi 4 1 J 1if 1t t J 7 tt r For making fine rich or plain food equally valuable i I l NOUTH BOUND NO 123 LouUvlllo Express 1125am Irk Clnulnuntl Express 151pm 101 Louisville Limited 40S m 136 Central City nccoin 715 pin SOUTH BOUND voIK Ittilueah ntitl Cairo nccom 6 11 121 Fulton Accommodation I 10pm 101 New Orleans Special SAO pm 1UI N O Ppcc Loulsvlllo passr only 120 am nile 5 1010 W O CRAvrroRD A t Hot and dusty Equity meeting June 27 THE RECORD SOC per year W C T U convenes today Roads are getting in fine shape again See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Mr Paul Panncll spent Sunday in Morganficld A big crowd visited Dawson Springs last Sunday Sec Cornette the coal man you buy coal See program of C T U in this issue The ice man and Old Sol arc get ting in good time these days Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Miss Linda Bowers of Mayfield Js here pn a yjsjt to Miss Vannic Martin Miss Virgina JJohannon is visiting Miss Viola Radford at Honknsyile this wppU Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Miss Pearl Goodall of Kirkmans villa was here a few days on a visit to friends Mr C W Roark was in Louts ville the first of the week attending the aviation meet Cabbage and tomato plants for sale W F Johnston Misses Eula Vlck and Nannie Jones of Central City spent Friday with Miss Eula Langley yille the part lat week a visit to relatives and friends Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered Misses Andrea and Mildred Ben net are making an extended visit with relatives at Springfield Ills MJSS Ruth Bohannonleft Sunday for Prakesborof where she joined a party to visit the Mammoth Cayp Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks Mesdamcs G D Kittinger and Ben Neal of Central City spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Scott Dexter Mr Hugh Jernigan and wife of Tucson Arizona returned Sunday on an extended visit to relatives and friends Out of coal Telephone 232 2 for quick service and An infant child of Mr and Mrs Henry Harris died at their home at Luzerne last Friday Jntgrment at the ebo burying ground Saturday I oea 1teO t 1 J 1 W I I fl I Jr feli ijartJq jq lJaqison latter of OR- t 9 will 1 J I here goodcoal 11 flu j j before convention tom sPT I1 t lyY f s 1 t y yo t 6 and same D For Home Baking Indispensable 1 C R R LOCAL TIME CARD Givc us your job work Mr II C Ioag is spending a few days in Evansville Mr Andrew Roll and Miss Ethel Oatcs spent Sunday in Dawson with friends Call No 236 for cabbage tomato and sweet potato plants mi 2 The good old summer time has certainly been in evidence this week for a few days Mr D J Duncan of Louisville was down spending a few days this week with his family See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks t Miss Vandelia Kirkpatrick is here spending the week as a guest of Miss Louise Wickliffe Miss Elva Allen left Tuesday on a visit to relatives and friends in Huntingburg and Evansville Ind Get Hamptons magazine and TilE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone Mrs John T Reynolds has re turned home Friday from a visit to friends and relatives in Owensbor and Cloverport Mrs Alvah Cpffman apd ljulp daughter Louise of Bremen are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs H C McCracken thIs w oV Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Arnold ftjr Q Head who has been visitjng hjs bpqthepj tyayqr ty Q Head of Louisville fqr then few days home tyonday Wheat harvesting is in some sections of the county Tbo yield will not be large though sonic what better than was hoped for a month ago Is it cooking coal you want Can 2322 and have it delivered at 150 per load Trot J E Shaver county sup erintendent public schools held the regular June teachers examination af nigh school building hprp friday and Saturday Messrs Buren Martin W G Crawford Marvin Wells James E Tinsley Elmci McCracken and Burnic Shutt were in Louisville at Jenq jng the Tmes aviation moot Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Strawberries out raspberries in and the appearance ot the Georgia matermelon not far away Who says that lifes not worth the living and all those good things put here for mans happiness The following parties are attend ing the annual Epworth League Conference which meets at Frank Hn Ky this week Misses Mary Richardson Todd Shutt Minnip Drake and Rev F E Lewis Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Mr Kmry Groves and Miss Cundiff of Central City were at the home of Rev G B McDonald at 5 oclock p m Satur day 1 8th Rev McDonald being the officiating clergyman They will make their home at Central City p la I B pas q married tll T a r t Len returned nowolr1g the TY 1411 1 i n New Town Lots Some progressive financiers of our city have purchased the Roily property near the depot and in the near future will divide it into lots and offer the same for sale Walks will be built and streets laid everything done to beautify the property before the lots sold A great number of the lots have already been spoken for and as soon as the property ran be sur vcyed and the lots lai 1 off quite a number of valuable residences will be erected This will be the largest section opened in our city for build jing purposes for some tint and will add a new impetus to tins already growing district i i Annual Meeting Equity Tobacco Ware house Stcckliolders The annual stockholders meeting of the Greenville Equitable Tobacco Warehouse Co incorporated will be held at the court house Monday June 27 1910 at i oclock p m for the purpose of electing three to the board of directors and to transact such other business as may properly come before the body It is urged that each stockholder be present either in person or proxy J J RICE Pres 1621 J F Doss Secty Minstrel Friday Night The minstrel show given by local talent under the direction of Mrs Kincheloc of Madisonvillc at the LaMcaclc opera house Friday night was enjoyed by a good slcd audience The parts were all well taken and were rendered in an excellent manner showing that the participants stand high in the class The proceeds will be used to aid in building a Sunday school room annex to the Methodist chinch for which quite a nice sum was realized Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of border and ceiling at Roarks Powderly Mrs Grace Moore is on the sick list this week Mr Bridges Smith and wife from Mercer spent Sunday here Mr Ton Arnold wjfe return cd from Last St Louis Monday Miss Alma Vinson from Central city was here and Saturday Mr Harvey Sparks and family returned from Grayson county Sun day Messrs Walter Williams and Lob Mitchell were pleasant callers here ggtujday cyenng rs i Boxers and children from near Russejlvillc visited friends and relatives here last wqek Mr Ifansbro was to Ijjarl qn agcqunt Qf serious pondhjon Qt her sister Ms Kate AYootjs frqm Hopkins ville spent a few lays at the home of her uncle Mr R K Frazier last week Mr Lewis Fleming and wife spent Sunday at Beech Creek Miss Lizzie Williams a sister of the latter re them Mr and Mrs were eptpr at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Laccficld of Centra City I him piner offand area I I I I members b Pave rolland ipG the Mrs turnedwith amateur sldcii alls fr and Friday calla loa y Maldcq Fro her to nod Fog firstclass livery service including closed call on Barbour lead Mr William Martin returned the first of the week from an extended visit through the Southern States Mr John Fleming who been attending the Kentucky State for the deaf at Danville has com pleted his course in the institution as a tailor and returned to his home here Sunday Mr Fleming intends to open a shop here in the near Just the thing for the corners of rooms and the Rock well lust shield See jt at Roarks Charles the six months old child of Mr and Mrs Kennor Btuart of Hillside was found dead in bed Sunday morning The coroner held an inquest at the home and the verdict of the jury stated that the cause of death was fine to an attack of spasmodic croup The body was taken to Crofton Ky forburi al Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a at Sam flee Martins barber carriages 0 has flllNrp 1 for stairways is 0 r r r f II silo i Royal Arch Masons Organize Chapter 13 Hoodoo Rather Conspicuous Greenville Chapter of Royal Arch Masons was organized here Tuesday evening under dispensation Past Grand High Priest JT II Holeman and his degree team of Madisonville put on the work in a most accept manner The officers of the new Chapter arc as follows C A Williams High Priest C 11 Wickliffe King C W Taylor Scribe It was observed after the work was instituted that the proverbial hoodoo 13 had been rather during entire evening To begin with Chapter was organ by 13 demittcd members then 13 candidates were initiated into the Chapter and 13 visitors were at the installation of the officers of the Chapter The officers of the new Chapter arc dclighte over the of the hoodoo number and say that it was an ex traordinary omen of good luck After the degrees were conferred lunch was served and all present declared themselves as having a most enjoyable time There were about twenty visitors from Contra City Roark has Rockwell corner dust shield one of the neatest and most practical items on the market Killed by Train The body of John Garrett whose hoiip was at Central City was found near the tracks of the C Railroad Company about two miles Kast of Central City last Friday morning by some parties who were plowing in a field near by It is thought that he was killed by a train some time Thursday night as the condition of the body indica ted that life had been extinct for ome time Deceased was 34 years anti was married Interment was had at Ncbo Saturday AH Expense Tour Yellowstone Nation al Park Colorado and Utah Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i vm Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park and at Salt Lake City Springs Manitou Cojorado Springs and Denver Side trips to points of interest Piivate cars throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour j covering everything 3 in one berth Si 63 each Send for book about this wonderful trip to Geo A Jones Manager 2737 4th Ave or E II Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky fur the Fourth Remember the glorious day ceep it whplly noisy Thoj shall nqt kjll laid yhp pop olio in thy apg Thou shall not swoqr beuauso cannon is too close to thy domicile and keeps thee wako Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor who gets into the police court for setting fire to barnHonor thy father and thy mother if they refuse to buy thee giant crackers so that thy days may in the land Sale Notice Under an ordinance passed by the City Council of the City of Green yule Act 5 190 entitled an or dinance prohibiting hogs from run ning at large in the city of vine By onler qf y JJ police qf the pjty of Green yule will at i oclock p m June 29 at the public pound in the city of Greenville expose for sale two hogs to satisfy the courts cost of and tho cost of impound and feeding amounting to 650 Said hogs arc described as fol lows i black and white spotted sow weight about 100 Ibs no ear marks i sandy colored sow with a few black hairs wcjght about too Ibgj nQ e r marks Sale will be for cash in hand J II BiriMAW- It M C Q T The young man who finds out of a job should be remind ed to try his hand at farming There has not been a thno in twenty years when farm products of all kinds commanded a better price All he needs is a little cash to begin with and if he is not tQO lay to work anti will stick to it he will soon be that will last Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries of all kinds and tnP n any branch b I conspicuous tie present unusualappearance j passing ofage Glen ood I l o h tk preen S ling himself Orien 1 solicit r 1 I zed f I stopping Gcriiaiaadl eats t th b lout litjudge 1 jansuppli t TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of Comptroller of the Currency WASHINGTON JUNK 10 1910 Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that The First National Bank of Greenville in the Town of Greenville in the County of Muhlcnberg and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking to extend their corporate ex istence and for other purposes ap proved July 12 1882 Now therefore I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of the Cur rency do hereby certify that The First National Bank of Greenville in the Town of Greenville in the County of Muhlenberg and State of Kentucky is authorized to have for the period specified in its amended articles of association namely until close of business on June 10 1930 In SEAL witncsss my hand and Seal of office this Tenth day of June 1910 O MURRAY Comptroller of the Currency Chintor No ttVI Extension No JIUI County Union A S of E The A S of E c urty union will be held at the court husc Thursday and Friday July 7 S Ljcal unions will send delegates and the public is ipvitcd AH should be present the first day when Hon J Gray man ager of the great St conycn tion of farmers will address pub IJc at i ocoqk 1641 J F Doss Pres M C U Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state TTT Teddy Lands on American Soil Once Moro Former President Roosevelt re turned to New York Saturday after an absence of one year two months and twentysix days He received a which began at quarantine and continued until ntt hJ when his neighbors wel earned him at Oyster Bay Col Roosevelt responded briefly to Mayor Gaynors address of welcome at the battery Therg veo parades afloat and ashore and in the after noon there was a family reunion of the Roosevelt family at the home of lIedron Butler grandfather of Col Roosevelts prospective du j r n law M ss Alexander CeO Reward The above E Wl Up PaU qrrtt qnd conviction of each person who naliciously caused the wreck of llljnou Central train a ongmc No 12 near mile post 724 about five miles north of Jackson Miss 12 45 a m April IS 1910 This offer is made upon the finding of the board of inquiry charged with ascertaining the cause of the wreck that it was due to criminal acts Illinois Central R R Co W L PARK ViccPres arc jqaking ror the nun that said that on account of the ccmet there would be no good old summer time this year In a game of ball played between the V LionsV and TigersV teams of the local Y M C A the Iious out victorious aftef ipn in ityj e e played The scoie being 19 to 7 For room residence near C H for rent till Nov at o per month Apply to this office tf The 21 day old girl ot r and Mrs F H Foster of Hillside died Tuesday afternoon at 5 30 oclock with complication of disuses since birth Jntcrment at Bethel church Wednesday afternoon Theives entered the hone of Irs U H rw Paradise Street uouic tune during the lay Sunday while the fmndy was at church and stall a pursy containing yo In change NO evidence has yet been obtained f whom tho guilty parties Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the latest wudcla from this rent factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannqt posslbl appreciate the advantages Call fur a demonstrations When a m U lf 5 llke A he uswaUv things he is a saint u Associations u succession testimonywhereof TWIU NCI th wonderfulwelcome h No- D eWe tc rents fl i 1 LI i Louts life 91 t i olio lint r forth came l cites 1 iJ arc very t1pNilily u FANS Our Electric Fans will Keep You Cool These Hot Days and Nights We have a stock on hand to sell or rent Call and let us demonstrate their value Keep Cool I GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO INCORPORATED J A GILLMAN Manager fi1o wt Q y i7 e e o oeo oooee e eee e t e o i Despair andDespondency one a woman can tell story the suffering the n daily burden of and pain because of disorders andderangements of the delicate and Important organs that arc iisnw fBvpriip is positive cure forweakness and disease of the feminine despoil and the despondency endured by women who disrinctly feminine Time tortures so bravely endured cornplctcl the nerves if Dr Prescription upset long t a organism IT MAKES WEAK WOKEN STRONG SICK WOMEN VELL It alloys inflammation heals ulceration csd soothes pain and tnolhcilood Honest medicine dealers sell it and IV A It tones lId builds up the nerves It fits for wifehood olhin urge upon OU as iust as loodhave tT It is nonsecret nonalcoholic end has a record of forty ofA NEIGHBORS They e of its many cures Romans cure years curesYOUR If you want a hook that ell diseases and totem at home send l onacent to pay cost of mailingand will n free copy of his great thousandpage illustratedG9inrncin cnse Medical ur edition in paper oversn handsome 31 stamps Address Dr R Buffalo NY tells how oafs he send you date cloth hindinA Y Pierce v v Program of the Seventh Annual Con ventfon Womans Christian Temp orance Union Greenville Ky Thursday June 23 W18 930 a m Devotional Mrs T J Slaton 10 a m Address of Avclcome on belwU Mrs Joe Morgan On behalf of tntfa r R O Pace oimty schools Mrs Kirk pAtrick On behalf of Local union Mrs Chatham Music 1030 C W Mrs J J Melvin Mrs H hol McNeil 1045 Roll call Temperance warnings in cooking eating working dressing wor rying idleing etc etc MusicII a m na Kumscllers Diamond c rnien Belcher Address The Nations Going EJjy lp 1040 a Kntc Walk er Myu Ewa ahi c Horn Mtv C V Taylor AFTERNOON 130 Davotional experisnces Mrs J P Tuck 2 p m Prohibition Decs Prohibit Mrs Jennie Roark children Recitation Theres No SoAcQu Up There Leah Carr Fjillmatt 230 The Man with the Ballot Mrs Geo Eaves 245 p m Male quartette Cigarette Habil M Pritchard 320 p ra reward Movement 345 p m Business new members clcq lion of officers Benediction The enitor of TUB IVc im being out of town for the week the paper is edited this week by an entirely new force Vo expecting a unrulier of congratu1 turns in orler to avoid a jjim and fatalities among our friends we wish to say that we will receive congratulations at the front door desire to reserve to ourselves the right to prepare for any emergency that might arise The highest thing to ct on the market at ths time ia the young chicken a price thit almost makes him immune from ser vice on the table But who is it that can really afford to ont spring chick ens at fifty cents oarhswe mean each chicken of course YOU can use Uourks furniture polish without curt if it is not in every way as it is suld under positive guarantee and no questions asked Mr Cluir Hewitt was taken very Suddenly HI with appendicitis at his place of business at Central City last week and was brought to the home of hi sister Mrs II C Wil kcrson here last Friday At this writing his condition z vy tuuoh improved Jt aped by his many jr end5 he will in a short time le able to be out again QU papeis fur sale at this once ofchurches JOt PI itchard Madisonville ill 19 1 Ev gel 215 p m ScngBy m 250 p m Th are ltgt wo COlnlH mding I I r 7 I it ii act Mw Rags pin r tpeantul Dlscesion satisfactory that About noon Wednesday the flue department was called to the home of Mr J L Roark by the fr whistle where a small blaze had started m the kitchen roof from a defective flic The fire was soup extinguished by the quick work of our fire department only causing a damage of about 5 no to building and content Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky State Pair LmiUvUK Stj C days MnillM nvllle July 10 atc tlnys IlcniUrson July Sfl live Uuiia UV July J7 thite days Danvlllf Aup 3 tht AIIIJ i ivftmr t A 5 lik tour days UfUn Ultaa AMR 17 three iliytt nvlnx AMtf 17 four day All 21 four ElznVlhtown All t three Jays Loiiilon fiur days KrlutiKer AIIR Ul four tUn NUliultiHvlllt ring JV t4V HS Fern Creek Aiur l ir llarliti nrtj Au S three UnTlMUX llk Anjf 31 throe iUy v FUtrvucv Sept 0 three lttv Moutlcelli Sept 6 three Morantnw three lay Sentence Sermons A large part of theology rises m the liver Tho soft places lyre always muci laginous Your success is to be treasured by your service 5 me hove no faith except when they are feeding Saints sighs may do more harm than sinners smiles When a man bis own halo he always gets tangled up in it Preachers get nearer to hearts if they cared less for counting nosesHe cannot love his fellows who helps one man to hate another Casting your care on the Lord does not mean quitting your job There a world of differeacc be tween borrowing trouble and sharing honest prayer for inspires a man to get out a d hustle A good deal of our dignity is really but impudence in view of our large indebtedness to the world The man with an eye only for the main chance usually gets time side track of sclfibbncss No man knows how much joy there is in the world until he be comes concerned in the sorrows of others Roark has an immense stock of needles shuttles bobbins etc for all machines also oil bUilds tarns and such supplies Give your job printing orders to TUB RUCQRU t r AIIJI tour IISII Aug IT three days All tr would it h nun r six day lctiles days Uay Lexington ax days Tnylurttlpiatttortuipolin isiiilluh1 4Uttlti Nday w 1ttgttlvirilays rt- ihephwrtrttly r Shelby 11e days M1 days day day rmulgruvllle Srpt Ii three day Shpt d Faluiuutlt tZspi t Auir iluys y w makes C- An trvst always t rubs ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers ve Vaults II x L t9YJ 11 cv nO Ch W llp per r Ufidert erS pperr Gr DisinfectionROARKQNra Chonpsr Than Oilier Highways and Easy to Build GOOD DRAINAGE A NECESSITY It Cns of the Frincil Pslnta In Asking a God Cirt Roadway They Ara Preferrd In tany Sections of the United Status luus npi I burst mi convlncwl that It ve wore to huve go t 1 in our day mal jaii r w toilet seek soimoti rr UMthrds of oi tin vurk Houic othtT uutiorial theta macadam her t s ui wads htvi and per Ui nJwnys nIIl Iwvo nn ntlaptntioti fur ortai OI trie on nitotiut of tu latk f ftillltlis fur paid drnln ttyf vtilr is oui of the principal NItx I tt tinrtriutlJii f rctrti latch r rlu ri Use Bull Is WHh tlwt p d iiirtli nirdK iau lint IH IIKHP r for thoroughfare tin titvrl I K t mal vale aliMi llsli ui t stitud tin taxa tion tf J fr t n fjrt teat piiMnk W frr even a pjvprrtlon rf rll thi rwdH It la rtiivMidHM j ijat no Ire l v ool a strt Is pouatnut ptl then n rortalij of vwir mid tar ci tiny thud rjoatij y d year I GOOD EiflT1I ROADS I Hun and t 111 to IS 1 I Illilllt r tIC I to tarn mall mil t road I reads mac 4 Inc m tat cI last f i r nest itt non fit tz From Good Roads Magazine Now York A TYIMCAI lti niii i Ii the aniotirt f this wear hts boon font tl by ercperleneu to lie fiiuti one fourth to onehalf Inch a year Others have llxurrd it at only two thirds of a ruble yard Hr year Ve also luve esiitrlcKco of cUr strict nnklnj With all their zvlviiitiilm tax eitlix ave fontul it liieusoiie to k ei tip gi ul paved iiicIjiinutl streets Mini I nu against mac rdanilcrd roads They re so far or krmrlcrtgc cf roitdntaklg now tees tIC ojio ihiiig fur tliurongbfares tr ttliir pi ee wiere tt valuation vlll auoni tlUMn wihcnt bnnlensuute titin dud many of siuh puei Ihroti lhiut tie Unied States prefer the well bult dirt rod bt we is txads now null tie qucs lieu Is hen to make with what moey Is available and 1 think it is the vrong policy for a township that has only from to a to spjiul on to lay it all out a mile or two of stone road when by the right methods good earth roads could be kept up over the whole town ship with the same money or less The solution of this 1 am convinced Is in learning hew to make earth roads I believe that by proper methods of the earth roads especial ly in placej where the nature of the and th facilities fcr good drain nee are favortble run be made and kept as gnod as cr better on the average than the ytoe road mud at but a frtc tion of te 09t The taure of th soil and the facili ties for are so varied that laiosribe to lay down any one rule or method of roadmaklrg At some places nothing but macadam will do hut there are many other places where tilt earth roads cant be made equally jood In fact In places where the soil is just right that is pcrous onoupi In let the water through and yet tenaeirns enough to pack and not become dtiNty ad the drainage nut orally good the earth road Is the very best tnt erne be made And moat sells will In a ih gr e take 01 the Itltw nerewnry fcr cort road ma king after good drainage Is effected J G Ilomshcr In Good Roads Advocate Secretary Knox For Good Roads Secretary Knox believes that tlu congestion of population in great cities Is caused In large part by the lack of good roads in this country lie told the house committee on foreign affairs that the reason France Is the richest agricultural country In the world Is because site has hind good roads KO long He said The agricultural pop ulation of France dees not have to cpcnd Its money In repairing vehicles nUll their harness every winter I thin It has Improved the attractlve of rural life I think It lilts rd the population to remain en the roll mere than 11 any other country You do not foci that tendency to urban population In France and England that you do In this country on Gravelly Rends In full cf loose stout or even small bmvldera the hits done prowl vervlre The louse stones are drawn Into a windrow down the cen ter of the n aJ while the earth in de posited around the bowldcre In suej a way that tho KArfdCc Is leveled The loose atones In the center of should of course be removed WheN there Is a large proportion of mall ftnnea or gntel the drar will Vep dywu the Inequalities in the sur face J c I CI ant COO 10000 rOil loll trt lInt lInn to Use d a dra t rc l1 I 4 I I s aI tae ref acts ie king t goo theta yen a road ulOI tag Its many i gnat h I f 4 4 t tex can t L ST5 Drag soils e i S r t tI 1 t r THE WAY TO ADVERTISE God Judgment Necessary Far Gain irg Local Custom Advrrilsnu s to some penpli lint ililttriitl mill ruinpliVniiil to osiers Tin Itirmcr cliiss ne ei penl titillate on riming ItiK itlitiiil the assiirnie ul tiMid returns Ihc other rtss s it H lino H IM tliullsaiids ol dollars vHhiin tin slightest ristilL- ls It n i iiiy i Nut at all A thoruti i pfnciirrd person eau tell hoforehnmJ whether an advertising campaign vlll It Is not easy to sot Just wMh form ol advertisement wlll pve tin best results nut It Is cay fiioiipi lu iavi tin inotliod ot adver tlslns viiii i will glvi such results Fortune iiivp uriii squandered on hII bard m t rtisln and on advertising in luwspiipits iiiul iinipitiiis and gal In siifli rnsiu tin dNiipputiiiiiii ivsultH could trait always tu to the ul thi ailvvrtistMiiiits or the Intcrinriiy ut tin mediums Is a right way nod a any ut riindiiitinu nn mlvi rtlslnt cant ni KH need piind tidvcrts Miicnts dud IMM tiiiIiuiiis wortlllrss i the nlvirt Aii tins CIIOMH tIlt wrong way Sirnin sinrrally tlio mall order system is ot the wrnni ways n- ljlu iih It may pay imliviitunis It IK miMviy n a teinpuiiiry sij fHHiJi lot Hie irwe clod tried ol ivtaiUng merchandise Talio the int of the retail tfrueei who sells a private nl lea and win Is try ins to ImlM a his demand through the malls e may ultimately create a full lnsiiess iiy miil lint it slumld lU- nji Mils In hiiiiHiii that a fur wtilet iittlet awaits a stmilai article tmsiifd thr ii h the usual trade chan arts Mali imlei Iiisini ss is mi uniiiUurai ImsliiiM tend not lil Iy to he a per mniieiit feiitnre of the countrys cons niene The ma r of advertlsln Thats right TIll magicians wand cannot do epe ted job with tine wave how ever nor can It work its wonders llinm h a single class of mediums The public and lie trade must be prop erly reached to do the trick Some ad vertisers try to do only one ot these limps WWII there is disappointment l he public must lie reached anti each of these branches of the advertlsln job must receive proper treatment ii one is nculccUd In the Ipnst there will bo disappointment The retailers lid viMiIU2 task Is as a rule much situ halts than tug iiiaiiutactnrers except ut coiire heti lie tshes to push rids own pnvnti brands tmo general des trilmiive channels MUST CITIES JJE UGLY This Is the Question Confronts People Throughout the Country MiM ettif lie Mils guts tint t pni nidcl n Harpers eeUly by Cruiuiei viio ibM to say amon utltet things on till subject So iimcl attention has been paid to the dividual that the community hug been allowed to stiller and the conser vative stud Jealous cur of private In terests has been carried to curb a point most necessary Improvements art or entirely defeated However we do nut despair for our future The love of beauty IR growing rapidly nod while it was once thought to be till prerogative of the rich it Is now understood to be the right ot tI II Ill I 1111 rill 111 t II kill wrong nut I1I1i lilt Jill s- Will Ill I till That III hill 1that 11 lily lied nun prod brand tit tt n the s t1 1ru sill 11 PCHLIC rLAvanonxD Axe WADING roofI From American City Magazine New fork every citizen The elevation ol thought and mind that comes with association and n border in beauty Is apt to di regarded in this materialistic use The time Irs come when till street system cries aloud lot readjustment The dcman fur urn purls lout small open squares to provide breathing spaces for the poor and playgrounds for the children has met with a gen eral acceptance Well planned schools arranged so that sunlight will cheer and purify every runs crud corridor are now being erected stud nothing satisiles us Ihat falls short of the new standard 1eautlful interiors harmo niously colored wltb mural paintings hi the assembly rooms leaching till lessons of history stud art UrI willing ly provided for our public schools Troblcms like these can only be solved by a consistently prepared the entire rift by a scheme for the general arrangement of streets nUll thoroughfares devised by men who do out believe that n bridge nay be pendent of Its approaches stud that a pork needs no boulevards to reach it Help Your Town Help In mnue the city fairer You urn It It yon try And n proili sharer In thin rpliituid t y anti by Dont target while you tire RriiniillnK- Tlwit you inisiu t e nomeilnnx HUh I el term ti 10 future stumbling Uor oiwi ructions nl your door Help to make the town more splendid Do the purl you have to There Is much that may be mended Through n little nid train you Help dinrouse the dirt thats ttowlni- Itolp to purify the breeze When It happens to be snowIns Clean your sidewalks If you plitiise Chicago rtecorcili I h chi lull du- I lL T It jar dud bus u 5t- l jivn A QIANCE 7 o i ivls Vvo potion tiolr lTte irntion dirujt from rauui Naturo ilio great teacher of mankind Wo i u turo for all our needs In tIm recent lluro Japanese war tho stir tLsrovonsl that wounds would heal morn u 1 lttT SUCCCFS U loft to They wahod the wounds with J lorn 1 rilul Uiil thus crilhcd KI bandaged tho round3 v Ith clean li n po drugs or rrt oj tlr worn used In their to tho itch methods rcs l In thi loss t f v out rf OP J men treated In a nav 1 l lor their wounds It Is only Iron observing Natures isr t 1 f it oun limn rr mother f ori Indirection Impure Moo1 and a pwrally rundown Our renal II s Ii Natures laboratory la tho fragrant are nanv cf vhich treated a ItcaUhBtvirtf tonic Many f iliyslclcnvi lau rn pn tlf onoir tho a Ic ted ns a fromt usual icthulg c f 1 J confreres i i lanlicino ha rert to Katun far tho euro cf thorn strvnarh disorders which resulted 3 often in n anrcmic condition or im pure Lbid rf nr ctlto paa ria f rn wrikiHvx fnd tlrt tho bnrk t hn JJlac C tho root of tho lniMlnil Jiom root Oneons root UWn t rl lrldti Jjeal root mndj ito P J ientiSc1 nonalcoholic extract by u i f j ra o best ivn 1 Tn r frcshlntf Inlliinnco r I rrr i 5 i cnco apparent I tho crv rvl rren cf tn tho IU1 Jivi f ta IKXJF bn brighter and fjcr iseJ rllvll consumes tho isrn r vhf otherwise may 1 nl in t J a h3 alterative and t attic C3rvf4 li found to stand r i a f if Invigorating ttnlc a It Cw rt V j ril on r fur a false f itrrnjUionlr rr 1 cleanslur thin t m tl rnl tho MooJ I Nature a own It it well known over tho world as Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery Tin name was Riven t liocanso ono ff insrcdinnti was t i1den sueh an authority us Dr Ilartholcw of iledlcal Colleen use fill as a stomachic t nc Cures catarrh of tho stomach and headaches accom the same lv Cot In ills Organic rrrrticnos speaklii1 of Gulden rod ys tmt rag n Hvcr Invigorates it 1 Further ho says in circr iilmniatlon cf tho bladder vj d cm I ono of tho most reel able asenta of cure As a tone In tho ronvale clni of fevers rnuumonla dysentery airl oilier acute n fjl root I peculiarly appropriate Dr rVo vouM hero ndl that our cixperloncn has dflmon rtniti 1 iio or Seal root to bo a aluablo remedy Ji bronrhltl and other ci tho ifjiinitory organs j in catarrh ff rtoinarh and Iwvch fjllovin of rlruhcl a tonic after malarial finer Has n di tiuot antimalarial Influence nv all catnrrhnl conditions CJ irtlvo IM rhrons 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