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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 X 1lX1t fDfJ U1 Record Advertiring Costs Nothlttg I It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates IX iI 1COOUt It Muhlenberg County is in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck r 4 J iIljj w vJliLJI XJSwn fJCIC IX fJCi jXjXIXIXciJi 1xm F Ky F a 1 VOL XII NO 21 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JULY 7 1010 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE The The question of the disposal of garbage is always an important one but when hot weather approaches it is one that must receive a proper answer if persons would keep either comfortable or well In large cities the tatter is taken care of by the authorities to a great extent The go round regularly and each householder puts his can outside for collection and then his responsibility ceases This is well as far as it goes but it is only necessary to walk through the streets of most cities during some exceptionally hot spell to see how much better things could be made for every The overflowing and uncovered garbagecan is the rule rather than the exception It stands exposed to the hot sun for hours until the carts have finished in the wealthy and the business portions of the city It exudes melon rinds old shoes cornstalks and rotting green stuff and its odors are beyond des cription In many instances it is only too evident that the can is tilled and filled again and never one effort made to clean it from the time it is bought until it is worn out Luckily for humanity bad smells although unpleasant are not fatal If they were the world would be but poorly populated The odors from rotting garbage do not directly breed disease as people put it but they do give warning that the conditions arc prevailing which may cause sickness It is not thought the nostrils that one is injuried but through the aid of those myriads of flies that have settled on the garbage and that very soon arc coming back through the open doors and windows to light upon with soiled feet and wings What is the use of putting garbage outdoors and then letting thousands of flics bring it back itn mediately The flies are not alone in evil doing although they are the worst because there are so many of them and they have easy access to the kitchen The kitten that the baby is fondling may have foraged for its last meal in filth The moral of all this is a simple one All garbagecans should be of metal they should be emptied every day at least they should be kept tightly covered and should be scrupulously cleaned every twenty four hours This is not a difficult task A saucepan of boiling water and a lump of washingsoda will do it in a moment or a fire made with a few sheets of old newspaper in the bottom of the can and allowed to burn itself out will disinfect and des troy all odor immediately Deal at home as much as possible your home town Thus will make you a better home market and enhance value of your property There is a popular tradition that lightning will not kill any one who is asleep According to one school the splinters of a tree struck by the lightning arc an infallible specific for the toothache An amusing superstition used to be cherished by the boys of a Yorkshire village who believed that if they mentioned the lightning immediately after a flash the seat of their trousers would torn out No boy could be induced to make the experiment Excavation of the Panama canal through the Culebra range of hills has set in niotoiu a mass of 2000 ooo cubic yards of material which is sliding into the excavation appar ently on an inclined substratum of clay The fact is said to illustrate one of the many advantages of the present high level canal over one at sea level The sealevel cut would have been carried eight feet deeper and the sides would have been in all probability enormously greater material will have to be ed but outside of the additional ex pense no ill effects arc apprehended Speed mania is a disease but the messinger boy is immune I garb gecarts 1 n r 4 andagain s- a III U J p t1 Buildup Ii j 1 Garbagc Can poorer r a t ones M x I t 4 o thee F eS e e e e k r a r- a bee a w tiThe remove Fireworks to Protect Crops The great grain fields of the Sand ranch in Shasta county Cal are ingeniously protected at night from the vast flocks of wild geese and other aquatic fowl that do damage to the crops by means of a display of fireworks Skyrockets and Roman candles were bought in large quantities by the management of the ranch and men are stationed at various points Whenever a Rock is heard the distance several skyrockets or a shower of colored balls from a roman candle are sent upward and as a result the birds give the wide berth Pointed Paragraphs Worry never accomplished any while Second thoughts are best in a case of love at first sight nut fame seldom comes to the man who sits down and waits We wonder what Eve before Adam learned to smoke More men fail from fears than foes The great test is can we hear the little frets Many a man models his golden calf before a mirror Many mistake a sealed head for a sanctified heart More opinions arc born in the stomach than in the head Life owes a living only to the man who gives a life It takes more than church fairs to make a fir church They who wait on God are never found setting idle True saints never groan over the rowing pains of grace Me best knows his rights who can sometimes give them up One of the gravest faults is to be blind to the virtues of others It is always easier to talk of the divine plans than it is to do them It is better to learn to siill the spirit within than the storm without Economy on your part would be stinginess on the part of your neigh borWhen two women kiss it doesnt mean any more than when two men shake hands No man gives the world more than he who puts a little better heart into us The honest theatrical manager every man is entitled to a show for his money- A man seldom measures his own faults and those of his neighbor by the same rule If the dinner is a failure a woman can blame it on something the grocer sentMany an alleged blessing in dis guise wouldnt be a blessing but for the disguise Even those who think twice be fore they spak are apt to have another think coming after they have spoken If the modern prodigal would of the obese veal its up to him to hurry hon before the summer boarders arrive Rural Telephones- Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben cuts received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special harmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CUMUEKLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated Roarks 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 born honking- in ranch- a thingworth fussedabout from believes u Ji TJ r FJ immense partake HUS1XESS LOCALS Stair and room corners are kept clean and tree from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener 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 them and you arc asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained appreciate j rnnnMIV I AW MMMMWM A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need every days delay costs you money The sun rain snow ate work Lumher cotta too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It costs less to ufc good paint than to go with out it we nothing paint wvou work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind we UM never cracks or scales only years wear will remove it Let u figure you when ready to paint We a and durable job prices reasonable put it olf J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in nod liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the liver with a larger Gale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN W AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Vc ofpaint c favorite frot Grst dan Don t NO 270 TWOINONE We ship nit vehicles Direct from our C 0 1 toConnuinrr to examination ami trial Hi of the greatest importance to the Globe Harness Co to who deals with us a phased DUll Satisfied Customer NorfToit to each shipment Kiu h excellent value in unhly of material workmanship finish and cf vehicle n LnMtti Advertisement and bring us many orders in return If wcileaeyou an honestly made buggy and at a price less the Profit you will our poods to your Our Guarantee absolutely as to our customers as it would If oodnnre not as your money is returned to you jiko no risk Vc manufacture honest Vehicles and Harness lave our cuMtomera money fll orders Write 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78 Moon Route BETWEEN Louisville and ChicagoB- EST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily FrenchLick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEAR HORN STATION CHICAno Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N V Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY We Ask You tako Cardui for your female bccauso vo are sure it will lieV you Uomcinbcr that DENTIST WADt n GRAY over Storers I PRO rTLY A 2322 1L j ito i tWG romcdy t JeStHatn cross 1 rcalen1l1L I SANE OF a has brought relief to thousands other sick women so why not to H you For headache backache periodical pains female weak I ness many havo said It Is the beat medicine to take Try It I I Sold in This City I 1 J 4 oft 13- w t l atCOt rw t t CARGUI FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES Union Lock Poultry FenceFqnar clOt ntih Th f f ne on tti urirt for poultry y rdi orcbmrli nd and at no tr Ur toil than mltlor Writ for cataloc of I no tnr for all ran C M HOWARD CO KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS I I 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sceptical it can only be because you do not know the facts in the case They arc used today from the Atlantic to the Pacific for all kinds conditionsThey leak and last as long as the building itself without needing For detailed information apply to 0 M DEXTER 0 Greenville Ky The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young or why other women older than you look younger than you do The secret can be put in a few words Preserve your youthBy health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking women are nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic you is It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It helps put on your and vitality into your nerves I WIIEN Metal Shingles were first introduced 24 years ou t i ht riti r R 1 d Take Trial Bottle Frit SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists I wI It OB MONEY REFUNDED WE BUY OOL 11 BwiDtalers we eu to- b Uer far Uui ifetb K CHuatutM IMC tktib Refattct say 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of 7 cents to cover The Stark Year nook represents in new Idea in nurserymens is n work art as well as V3tarkarJook w0rentirely catalogue of Stark Within its covers are 32 illustrations o new standard of at 1000 bushel box this year Stark King David another quality and merit Stark King Philip a grape of California of the very horticultural pricedTo fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable horticultural guide to selection Stark trees have stood the supreme test of planting for 85 are the yardstick which nil other are are the first choice of country s most successful orchardists The success of the orchard is dependent on the and quality of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best of 85 years a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to buy send 7 cents for the Stark Year Boot do it today before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards CoLouisiana Missouri Subscribe for Ibe Record Only tJ flowers representing 175 varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing nature 84 are to descriptions prices and retards Stark DelicIOus the apple orchard and ofwondrous valuea textbooKa 5Qc i 0 L 0 74 1t tr r established b 1 r I Ilt RijPRfSS I HQ1 UifRECORDU Au 111IepenIeLlt Newspaper yV V VWV LLMtMW V MM OWB2f RICK President OniBN L Rom Secretary ORIEN ROARK EDITOR LoaaDlstMucf Teltpbeae Ne 72 Onicc In new rear of ground floor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS The mitMcrlptlon prier of the paper In ble in lTi nre and when the expired to which It U paid the paper will be stopped CnnU of thanks obituary notices etc If not longer than ten lines published A charge of be per line will be nuccee d Inclines No variation of this rule to nyop Krca copies will be mailed AdTertliteventN will be A rate card win be furnished on request Address all communications and make nil re mlttances parable to K ECO HI PRESS Greenville Ky THUISDAY JULY 7 1911 Entered at the Greenville Kypo9tofflce secondclass matter delaration of independence is a grand old document and it is a shame to have it neglected and shattered by the use of cannons fireworks and the like Tin Fourth is past and is get tine somewhat more sane and safe but the death and injury toll is still a disgrace to a civilized and sup posedl peaceful nation THERE was some excuse one hundred and thirty four years ago for burning gunpowder and making a racket on the Fourth of July but the necessity no longer exists JACK JOHNSON is still heavyweight champion of the world having best ed Jim Jeffries in their fight at Reno Nev July 4 The attendance was a record breaking one of 20000 DEVOTEES of the pipe and the coffm nail you will pay more for your smokes hereafter using the word hereafter strictly in its earthly and limited sense The government has placed an extra tax on tobacco and of course the manufacturers will see that the con sumer pays it fiR OSIER has come around to the faith cure as a necessary part of the medical profession and says that drugging in general is going out of fashion This probably is reason why drug stores deal chiefly Hi soda water confections stationery tobaccos jewelry kaivoe hardware automobile sup plies CHIEF JUSTICE Melville W presiding judge of the United States Supreme Court died of heart failure at 6 oclock Monday morning at his summer home at Sorento Maine He had been on the bench for twen tytwo years and although he was the oldest member of the body did his full share of work and was con sidered the ablest man of that body Burial will be in Chicago tomorrow where the body will rest beside thSat of his wife Kipliigs Latest They talk of Kiplings latest rhyme my friends come rouncand quote it and all agree that its a crime I dont believe he wrote it The who used to beat the drum with of brawn and you hed ever come to blowing on a whistle Ive heard a desert war that sent the beasts retreating you cannot fool me on thatscorc I know when sheep are bleating Ive read my Kipling pretty well I like his blooming phrases his have a noble swell and reek of smoke and blazes And he who wrote them was a man a man whose voice was thunder his harp was fashioned on a plan that made the people wonder And now there comes a pipe absurd from some milknurtured stripling and you voice youve heard all thats lot of Kipling off friends Avaunt was true fire that warmed him He couldnt write such dope as that un less you chloroformed him Reflections of a Backelor To youth consequences are just luckA girl will do anything for senti ment nothing for sense Its a poor financial rule wont work everybody in every possible A man who subscribes to a fund expects you to speak him as a political leader The reason a girl didnt get to some other man than the one she did is he didnt happen to be around at the right time wo anneX III ore r r e ample hlller Old b cs s F It a 7 j the etc- t notable gristledo suppose II remark andscat way campaign engaged J Iii will trf f a Full m r lion i r 1 tiThe Ca A th t 9 I f f v- tr t- p anis i mIte Frog Culture A few days ago we had a talk with one most enterprising citizens of Greenville one whose qcnius scientific talent and ability done a great deal in the way of advancement of our town and in building it up with the modern and facilities long need cd Me is an up lodatc man with far reaching proclivities his energies have been instrumental in the promotion and establishment of much that has made our town a desirable place to live in He seems a success in everything that he he masters everything that he grapples with he now holds an important position of trust which manages with ability and piccis ion and gives satisfaction to all concerned He is regarded by the people of Greenville as one of the foremost leaders in the enterprising industries of the town and county He said to me not long since There is a matter or an industry which I think ought to be placed cforc the people of Greenville and of the county for their It is an industry which would be lucrative and interesting if prop crly conducted It is not a new idea or a new adventure but one that has in vogue for almost time im memorial The industry to which I is frog culture frog raising and production the establishing of frog ranches for the propagation of what is known by the French as Green Owl and called the American people Bull Frog He said I think that such an industry could be made very profit able in some parts of the county in the Western and Northern sections of the county I have traveled over these sections and found bordering on the rivers numerous ponds la goons swamps and marshes not suitable for agricultural but would make splendid frog in which thousands of the Green Owl could be propagated frog meat and frog legs are the most noted and most desirable dish to adorn the table of a great many peo ple of the highest type and taste of the people of different countries and as a general thing frog meat higher than any other kind of meat put on the market and demands a grouter relish than any other He said That persons not addicted to the use of frog meat might at first somewhat timid and abashed at idea of eating frog but by tasting and eating a relish is easily and readily cultivated and a person will soon prefer frog to fish and children can eat frog with impunity and with safety there being no dan gerous bons to He said That the masses of the people of Greenville and the county might think the custom of eating frogs to be ridiculous but all those who have eaten frog or Green Owl in the cities and countries where it is practiced have a different It is custom that regulates taste if the people of Greenville and the county should habit themselves to frog diet they woultl soon have growing appetite and relish for frog meat He further said that he believed that it would be a capital idea if the directors of the water light company would utilize the reservoir and pond to some to frog culture that he thought there could be frogs enough produced the pond to supply the people pj Greenville with a rarity dish That the market price of frog meat was from 40 to 50 cents per pound always found a ready market that frog meat was much more healthy than hog or beef and that the county had reached the point where it could not produce the hogs and beeves required That he hoped that the enterprising people of the county would take the in hand and look after the frog indus try that it would certainly become a profitable business That it can be conducted with but little cost of labor and that many people of the county could easily produce frogs enough for home use that it would be much cheaper to raise frogs than hogs and get a much better cleaner meat and that all that necessary is for some and leading persons or company to the ball in motion and it will be but a little while until frogs shall be preferred to chicken and frogs will be by the thousands the county creating a traffic equal to that of eggs or any other commodity now in use RlllOUTKU Old papers for sale at this office I h y- I y V has improvements usefuland undertakes he consideration been people b U be contendwith extents and and and atput all ofover i i Jr b NM N 11 N111 11N N N1 1N1i11 1 1 N1a X11 N 11 N N N 11 1 NN 1 N 1 1 N NN 1 1 N a1 N N 1 1 four ranches Tha sell tha an an i matters cnterprisi 1 Powderly Mr John Goodloc and wife spent Monday at Central City Miss Ida Clements is spending the week at McIIenry Miss Annie Tate and mother were in Greenville Tuesday Mrs Martha Underwood spent a few days at Dawson lust week Mr Oscar Carter from Sullivan lad visited relatives here Sunday Misses Bessie Longest and Hallic Knight were in Central City Mon day Misses Ada and Kdith Dean from Owensboro arc the guests of Miss May Dean Laura and Grace Longest spent Saturday and Sunday with friends m Dawson Mrs Ruth Fleming spent a few days last week with her at Beech Creek Mr and Mrs Hammers and chil dren accompanied Mr Nelson Price and Miss Emma Kennet and Minnie Dunn attended the reunion at Ennis Monday The store owned by the Greenville Coal Co was broken into Saturday night The thief made good his as no clew has been found yet Some articles of clothing were taken The news of the death of Mrs Laura Green Robinson Uniontown was a shock to her many friends here where she was well known having taught in the public school several years ago Friendship Miss Linnie and Mr Ray Clark of Luzerne were in our midst Sun day Ed Smith and family visited Mr and Mrs Maynard Moore of Greenville Sunday Miss Veda Lovell was the guest of Mr Granville Craig and family Sat urday and Miss Eva Johnston of Greenville was the guest of Miss Blanche Craig Saturday and Mr and Mrs Clint Shelton Mr Will Ferris and family of Brownsville Saturday and Sunday There seems to be some unkndwn attraction at Nebo foi Mr Richard Rice several trips having been recently Mrs John Ed Smith and Miss Fannie McWhirter visited relatives and friends in Hopkinsville last weekThe carpenters are progressing nicely with our school it will be a great improvement over the old TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of Comptroller of the Currency WASHINGTON JUNE 10 1910 Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that The First National Bank of in the Town of Greenville in the County of Muhlenberg and State of Kentucky has complied with all provisions of the Act of Congress National Banking to extend their corporate ex istence and for other purposes proved July 12 1882 Now therefore I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of the Cur rency do hereby certify that First National Bank of Greenville in the Town of Greenville in the County of Muhlenberg and State of Kentucky is authorised to have for the period specified in its amended articles of association namely until close of business on June 10 1930 mother b escape DI r Sundays Sunday- t visited made- s buildingand structure- t Greenville- d the- a Associations aped succession tenable Then o JSE4I3 In witnesss my hand and Seal of office this Tenth day of June IQIQ testimonywhereof LAWRENCE O MURRAY Comptroller of the Currency Charter Xo r 0 Extension No JJ1 All Expense Tour Yellowstone Nation al Park Colorado and Utah Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i via Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park at Salt Lake City Glenwood Manitou Colorado Spring and Denver Side trips to points of interest Private cars throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour Si 75 covering everything 2 in one berth 165 each Send for book about this wonderful trip to Geo A Jones Manager 2737 4th Ave or E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD andstop ISSprings t t 0 L c f 1C YSi WESTERN iGREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR FAIR II- i 20 21 a 23 1yrv tH itf j Great Array of Races Ring Shows and Vaudeville Attractions i Something Going on All the Time See the DERBY RAGE on Wednesday July 20 1 MADISONV1LLE i rx A fL 61j T v4 v J- a i ttiiP Q 7 iIXQciit a 4iiI1 n NiJCKS 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pcoplo of this great section of the country Wo patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities solicit your unsurpassed E CAUDWELLI TAMES Prtst l that writes all kinds of farm and city property LELAND HUME Ucul Ibur 71Y i 7 tr Y T D WETrawauto 1f i HLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age ve solicit all or part of your future Banking business TH03 E SUMNER Cashier Newspaper A New Newspaper the published by 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social educational indus trial and Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per 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 All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed Qt i Pt ANew 6MUlNB RG SfNTINfl Editedand R morale politicalwelfare yearand t t ft r Ic L wrt ak R a t Ry c r ry t- All snr tf liner 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 stain we can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar markWith purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paintsand Finishes com plete paint book ever published Iccorpoiafei 1 paintor I because we an theonly Greonvilie Milling CO V i i THE QYKNDUALT1 WAUMPffi it Special Priesj u Roarks riIp N I Wtt r J t 1- p h aL V 1 Absolutely Pure 1 i l I 1 t ii r I R R LOCAL TIME CARD f C NOUTll BOUND NOIS Louisville Exprcs 112am 102 Cincinnati Kxprwm 101 Louisville Limited IQSw 130 Control City aceoni 711 pin SOUTHBOUND NO 135 radueah and Cairo uccoin fiIftnm 11 Fulton Accommodation UIOpm 101 New Orleans Special 310pm 103 X O Spec pnsw only S 1010 Apt THE COUNTRY CHURCHYARD 1IY THOMAS OKAY 1 TlionmB known to every M huoHn jr f your day fur hIM Blew Written a Country Churchyard won In London M 1718 unit Bled ut Oa ibrMe Kttglan July 30 1771 He was u friend of Horace alM le Ho IH mine a iimfewMir of modern lilntor at Cant rlilKc in ITCH In KnpllnJt hlhUirj tr i IIH ImviiiK rvftiNpd the lntire t Mlili Much of his Inter life was opeii at IORIH where lie found the erne kion initiilrtMl Immortal poem It IK ilifllrult l wake a lection from a where nit U MH IM In the Bleny but the Mmiut are tho e which certainly none might to fall l i know The boast of heraldry the tamp of K WOT And nil that beauty nil that woulth oor Rave Awaits alike the Inevitable hour The paths of glory l n l but to the grave Xoryou ye proud impute to lhe e fault If memory oer their tomb mi tnij Wet mine Where through time longdrawn afote mammal fret tell vault The pealing anthem HWeHftthe note of iHmlmi Gut storied urn or animate Feet Hack to Its mnnsloii will the Huttime breath Can honors voice provoke the fll nt dust Or flattery soothe the dull coW our of doulliV Fcrbap In this ncjclcctcil spot IN total tome heart once pregnant w Ilk cetatttnl tire hands that time real of umjilro might hove Hwnjrcd Or walked to ecstasy tho living lyro Hut knowledge to their eyes her ample page Rich with the spoils of time did neer un roll Chill penury repressed their noble role And froze the genial current of time Full many n gent of purest borono The dark unfathoiucd of ocean boar Full many n tower Is born to blush uiwcvn Ami waste Its sweetness on the desert air TilE RECORD 50C per year Read what we have and what we need We are having a reign of robberies hereabouts Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Good morning Have you covered from the Fourth Notice the proposed important new industry suggested in this issue by Reporter See Cornette the coal man be fore you buy coal There are a few spots near the square where concrete pavements are badly needed Mr and Mrs James Tinslcy are entertaining James Jr born last Saturday morning Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Nobody ever saw crops grew at such a rapid rate as has been made the past two weeks Sorac pepjije qre not yet ready to settle down to work violently did they observe the Fourth Needles for all sewing machines at Housebreakers arc about the most active people hereabouts and have been doing considerable work lately The rains Sunday night and Mon day morning spoiled many a picnic but the showers were fine on grow ing crops Jeffries feinted in the first round also in the fifteenth June is breaking the marriage all over the country Perhaps the reason why people are buying so many marriage licenses is because they arc about the only thing that has not advanced in price w U OC8 lteO I hi urn 1 his M poem dow the weal Ill r r so Roar records I 1 ibI pit r LLuui ilk 110 am- a sue CnAwtonn w k Gray literary noted part Stoke good roves S t 4 P n t C wt ka F tl t w 4 Grapes r delicious Y the most valuable the active to ingredient e IOYAL Insures wholesome and k delicious food for every day In every home NO ALUM BakingPowder Give us your job work Good morning Have you pulled your weeds Mr C W Roark and Mr W H Bmcndinc spent the Fourth in Springs Mr Marcellus Bmcndinc was here from Owcnsboro spending the Fourth with his mother Out of coal Telephone 2322 for quick service and good coal There was a mad dog scare Sat urdtiy but it is likely that the dog was not mad at all when the chase was started Mr A Y Martin and wife were here from Paducah a few days on a visit to the parents and other relatives See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks A few fellows have work would have been much less strenuous than the way they observed the Fourth The regular meeting of the city council Monday night was adjourn ed until next Monday night as there was a lack of a quorum Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Practically every business house in town was closed Monday in ob of the Fourth and there were few people on the streets Miss Mattie Lovell of Oklahoma City is here on a visit to her mother Mrs Priscilla Lovell and other re Intivcs She is delighted with the Get Hamptons magazine RECORD for the price of the magazin alone Mrs Jennie E Roark and grand children Carol Jonson and Mary Elizabeth Roark on a visit to the family of Mr C B Earles Mr Wm Wilcox aged 70 at his home at Oakland at 6 oclock last Thursday evening from a com plication of diseases The body was carried to Nortonville for interment Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Mr Richard Martin is having a concrete pavement put in front of his Greenville Hotel property and it will be one of the greatest im provements on Main street made in some time Mr Alyin L Taylor was in own Tuesday meeting niany of his friends This is the first visit he has made here in some months on account of the prolonged illness of his daughter 4ioar jminense tocjc of needles shuttles cap for all machines also oil bands and such supplies Mr Arthur C Howard left the latter part of the week for town W Va where he has accept ed a position with one of the large coal companies His many friends here are sure he will make good in his new position Flies arc much more numerous than ever known before and spite the fact that many persons arc fighting the pests Everyone should join in the destruction of these pests thus adding to the comfort and health of the community It I u I grooms acknowledged- that west and TIIR Summer- st t qn q bins rubbers this de 1 i t t l I Cerulean ser ance are iie alas Housebreakers Get Brandy Some thirsty person or persons last Saturday night broke into the tobacco factory of the S E Rice Tobacco Co near the depot and quantity of apple brandy The firm uses brandy as a flavor for chewing plugs and evidently who knew this and was familiar with the surroundings did the job though no clue has been obtained was necessary to break through three doors but this was evidently considered a light task as it was successfully accomplished without attracting any attention the rob bery being discovered Sunday Is it cooking coal you want Call 2322 and have it 150 per load Wheat in the stack has been dam aged by continued wet weather Mrs J T Pendleton is here from cxington on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John A Williams Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Elijah Collins a well known young colored miner at Powdcrly died there at noon Saturday after an illness of some weeks from typhoid fever The continued heavy rains since Saturday night have done damage to crops by washing and overflowing hillside and valley lands County Union A S of E The A S of E county union will be held at the court house and Friday July 7 S Local will send delegates and the public is invited All should be present the first day when Hon J Gray man ager of the great St Louis conven tion of farmers will address the pub lic at i oclock 1641 J F Doss Pres M C U There is still much room for a patriotic intelligent observance of Independence Day as commercial picnics grafting celebrations parties and the like are absorbing the day practically with a great number of persons Monday was almost as quiet a day here as was Sunday Practically all stores and shops were closed for the Fourth there was no public and therefore few people in town Many of our people went on fishing trips or in other ways spending the day out of town were scarce and therefore no one was injured Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewall and ceiling at Roarks Mr Nat Scott a Muhlen berg boy who is now in the employ of the Spreckels Sugar fining Co at Saq Francisco as chpniist was a spectator of the Jef fries Johnson fight at keno Ncv on the Fourth Muhlcnberg people are scattered everywhere and usual ly are on hand at any event which attracts much This is the last day in which to do your clearing away of and if you have not obeyed the mayors proclamation you had best get busy Many persons have pulled- or cut the weeds on and in front of their property and the appearance many times pays the expense and trouble to say nothing of the great er benefits of sanitation Its better to have things all wrong when youre right than to have things all right when youre wrong tooka deliveredat S 1drunken observance Fireworks border former Count e f f someone considerable K attentions vee1 S x1 GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need WK JIAVlfl 1647 Population New 100000 Court House Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Banks Two Newspapers and Job Plants Five Tobacco Factories Three Planing Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Stores Two Drug Stores One Hotel One Bakery Twentyfive Merchants Four Barber Shops 10000 Y M C A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Two Churches for Colored One Meat Market One Shoe Repair Shop Two Livery Stables Three Dentists One Watchmaker Ten Doctors Seventeen Lawyers Seven Insurance Agents One Brick Plant Two Concrete Concerns Several Large Coal Mines near One Jail One Lockup Largest amount of concrete pavement of any town in State in town of size Two Undertakers Three Licensed Embalmers One Marble Monument Works Two Blacksmith Shops No Empty Residences or Business Houses Too Many Loafers One Tailor and Repair Shop One Opera House One Telephone System One Telegraph System Four Lodge Halls A Stock Law Efficient Fire Department AVJC NIQ1DD Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line t Laundry Bottling Plant Dairy Florist Truckmen nnd Gardeners More Modern Homes Drayman and Light Delivery Service More People Better Streets Additional Boarding Houses Adeqaute Public More Workmen all lines Extension of Water Service flt f Music Store Uptodate Restaurant Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiles More Tree Planters Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library f Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon Yard Storage and Warehouse Orchestra Popular Lyceum Course and Foundry Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works Mr Wm Eades of Kuttawa was here on business a few days this week The rains Monday spoiled to a great extent the picnics scheduled for holiday crowds Call No 236 for cabbage tomato and sweet potato plants mi 2 Rochester has been a popular spot for fishing parties from here for the past few weeks Pond river and the creeks of the reported higher the first of the week than known for many years See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Mr Homer Driskill who has been a member of the mechanical force of this office is in Hopkins county on a visit to his brother More than a billion dollars worth of automobiles will be sold this year This industry now stands fifth and has been developed in the past ten years J a 7 r Whitesw Parkat City Hall I Bandand u countywere a r Nurses Foi first class livery service including closed carriages Harbour Head Gracie ten year oUl daughter Mr and Mrs H 11 Martin of Weir died July 4 of pneumonia following measles anil was buried at Cherry- Is Grove church Tuesday The Farmers State Hank at close of business last Thursday had been in business two months and had deposits of more than 50000 This is a record of which the of titers and stockholders should proud and is doubtless gratifying to them Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks canon 1 P rr ht Two Stores Broken Into Here and Robbed At an early hour the stores of L W irvin Son and I Morgan were broken open and robbed The cash drawer in the store of Irvin Son was forced and small amount of change secured nothing else being missed Morgan lost about i in change from his cash drawer and a small fruit crackers and oysters A safe in his store was blown but was not successful as the door was not forced open It was an old key safe and that chamber was filled with powder and touched off The safe contained only some books and papers while another safe near by of modern type was not molested It is thought the work was that of amateurs but no one has been suspected Entrance gained in both instances by forcing back doors and windows Drakesboro Team Defeats Y M C A Team The Y M C A ball team lost to Drakesboro last Friday afternoon interesting game that drew a large crowd to the depot grounds Our boys were in position that indicated victory until near the end but a spurt on the part of the visitors them victors by a score of 8 to Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Death of Mrs II A Robinson Laura Green Robinson wife of Prof II A Robinson died at her home in Uniontown Ky July 4 at 615 p m after an illness of three weeks of typhoid fever Deceased was a woman of lovable character and was known and loved in this her native county She taught school in this county for three years and was an efficient instructor In a meeting held ten years ago by Rev G B McDonald and her brother Rev J W Green she was and joined the General Baptist church of which she was a faithful consistent member Surviving are her husband and two children a boy of three and a half years and a daughter a year and a half old Body arrived here Tuesday at 2 p m accompanied by trained nurse and friends and was carried to the Methodist church where Rev F I Lewis conducted funeral service and interment was in Evergreen cemetery Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky State Fair LouUrllle Sept six days MadlMonville July 19 live ilnyti Ilcnderaon July 26 live days Lancaster July 27 three days Yerrialles Aug 3 lour days Danville auF 3 three days Lexington Anjr 8 six days Taylorsvllte Aup 0 four dtiys Uniontown Aup 1 live days HarrodshnrK Aug 0 four days tug four days Shepherdsvllle auk 17 three days Broadhcad any 17 three days Ewing Aug 17 four days Aup 1 four days Elizabethtowii lug 23 three days London Aup S3 four days Krlanper Aup 21 four days NIchohiHvlllc Aup 30 three days Kern Creek Aup 30 four days Ilardlnsburj Aup 30 three slays Ilarbuiirvillc Aup 31 three days Florence Sept C three days Montleello Sept t three days Ilodpenvllle Sept 0 three days Morpaiitown Sept 2J three days Fahnouth Sept 28 four days Disinfecting has been done by over the county and calls from near and far are answered The charges arc Sunflower Philosophy Your best friends talk about you at times dont expect else Men of real genius arc so rare that many regard them as either fools or thieves When you abuse your opposition a good deal people know your op position is making headway Teach your children to be fair There is nothing in this world more important than fairness- of Probably this expression is used oftener by people than any other Everything is blamed on me The only way to get along with a railroad is to pound hell out of it Dont be fair with it thats We arc tired having people to be younger than they are and expecting us to tell the truth about our age arc two things that even you should know for certain That a fortune teller cant tell your fortune and that a medium cant bring your dead kin back to talk with you by means of raps I I v Fridaymorning It S quantity- of fashioned converted I 16 Roarkall reasonable n anything t fatal- e beThere I as inn landed Law renceburyr Shclby yule Promptly clai i s s o i I 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 GREENVILLE Lull WATER CO INCORPORATED A GILLMAN Manager GOOD THINGS BRIZENDINES Watermelons Cantaloupes GA PEACHES PINE APPLES c L re I 6 c tlrJ h at s i ii rM- a eoe oeo o0 e eoe 1rRe e oe ee soaee eee e e e e I F JO ra e0000e0 N Oe OOe e OeeOeeeeee eelOeeeeee s- e0e 000OOee e Oe e e eeeC eleeee0ee eeeeee e eo ee os oeooeeeoeo eos0e eeee o Greenville Coal Co Robbed Saturday Night The general store of the Coal Co at Powderly was broken into some time Saturday night and was robbed of several articles but of no great value so as has yet been learned The goods was considerably mussed up and strewn around and it has been hard to dctcrtimc just what is missing Considerable damage was done to the furniture by desks being bursted open a being used Bloodhounds were secured and readily took the trail but this was lost at the rail road where the party or parties are supposed to have caught a train Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Mopkinsville one of the best plants in tins state Preaching Versus Editing Editing a newspaper in some re spects is a good deal like preaching the must be presented in the form of generalities or some fellow will get hit and howl Few persons like truth even in doses if it hits them But while preachers and editors are criticised for what they do say thinks of giving them credit what they do not say Yet what they keep to themselves constitutes the major portion of what they know about people Very many people harbor the be lief that newspapers are eager to publish derogatory things Its a mistake There isnt a newspaper that could not springy 3 sensation in the community al any time by fle rely telling what it knows There is not a newspaper that does not the lock of scores of derogatory things which never meet the public eye or reach the public car Deciding what not to print is the most troublesome part of newspaper work How many good stories are sup pressed of innocent relatives and for the public good nobody outside a newspaper office has any idea of In some instances he who flies in to a passion because a newspaper prints something about him which he considers uncomplimentary has every reason to feel profoundly grateful to the newspaper for pub so little of what it knows about him And ofttimes the loud est bluffer is the most vulnerable to attack A big noise is often a de vice employed to cover Newspapers put up with more bluffing than any other agency would endure It is not because they lack courage it is because they arc un willing to use their power to de stroy or ruin unless the interests of society imperatively demand it It might be well for some people to reflect upon these truths and in silent gratitude accept milt adiupn I Greenville far stockof pick gospeltruth fore keepunder lishin trepidation- m r tt l C r homeopathic none secret g ition lest worse befall them Con neaut Among those injured the Fourth was James J Jeffries Mr and Mrs L Hummel are en tertaining their first born a boy born to them Tuesday evening No matter what typewriter you use ribbons for it are in stock at this office Mr L M Campbell east of town is the father of a fine boy born Tuesday Mother and child are re doing splendidly It never rains at night in they used to say This year it has been raining day and night so far Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them Prize fighting to be sure is bru tal but how many persons went to bed Monday night without the result Of the many attempts at house breaking hereabouts recently all directed to stores by the been only one unsuccessful en deavor that made on the storehouse the W G Duncan Coal Co at Luzerne last Friday night The thieves made an effort to gain trance through the back doors but failed or were scared away More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all thnt is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size Soc J NeVs Herald tr portedas l Julyso sayor j f findin 1 waythere c err Rhournatism i I x 4 d v rout S t has a r Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration t t I wc 1 l4 i Ii 4 1Ii t k ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK v f tt i Vl llp per 17jSanitary Stalls Are Valuable According to Professor C A Acoclc of the iloiNtrtmuut of ngriculiurnl Xlrvering nt the Unhonlty of VIs h cuuflit the ilemniHl for pure milk pro f cluced under sntiltnry is con rtNiitly increasing nt l In order to pro dace sueh mill It 1 nlsiluu ueion spry to have clonu nnd well bred cows and to equip the stable with sanitary stalls In which the cows should l i kept The wlidom of building such for dnlry us are easily kept clean tins been emphasised re Gently by the agitation resulting In pure food laws nUll a public sentiment demanding n higher grade of mill and enl d I tan lltlru4 quarters thirds a WELL IIKAHED Dunr cow butter products from dairies Ho says that most old stalls pre nut sanitary since the ties stanchions null tions do not keep the COWH clwui told comfortable and ire Inconvenient for feeding milking nail cleaning Thoro seems to be n prevailing among dairymen that a comfortable sanitary stall or stanchion is an ox pensive factory product the bulletin points out The fact Is that tiny farm er who Is handy with carpenters tools can build n stall which will secure as good results as any patented stall upon the market The live points considered in planning the const metIon of the ture types of sanitary stalls are clean liness comfort convenience cheapness surd security The nearest approach to n perfect stall of any says Profess or is the model stall shown in the illustration It Is so constructed as to force tho tow to stand with her hind feet between a movable crossbar anti the gutter so that the stall Is not fouled The liar red the chain fastening compel her to stop forward when she wants to He down so that she h kept clean The position In which the haynuk is hung too makes it necessary for the cow to stand back while eating Hay Is 1 I I hUPIlS lon iiI R n part 4 fur code SANITARY COW STALL put Into the rack from the front and the door which which grain and water are given opens upward A feature of the stall which Is well worth the cost of construction is the erection of the partitions in a manner that makes It practically Impossible for n cow to step upon the udder or teat of the one lying next to her The wooden mat over the concrete floor is removable for cleaning purposes Where it seems desirable the manger may be of concrete like the tloor and where new stalls are under construe tion the mangers and Uoor should be made nt the same time Tips For Horsemen norccs that stand up to time bit In the same way will do more work with less wear and tear to themselves and the driver than others not so minted Such pairs are more attractive to look nt and will always bring a good price when offered for sale Here is a hint n the fact that the sale of saddle horses in New York city alone has been 20 per cent more dur lug the present year than it was last year Go down to the stable before bed time and see that everything is nil right with the horses You may a good horse by just that little thing More than one horse line been mined for life by being made to pull young fO Worms In Hcrees Horses that are poorly kept and reduced In Hush are very liable to become wormy Here IB a remedy that has been fully tried and proved to be a first class corrective of that mix a teaspoon ful of pulverised smoking tolwcco with a ground feed of corn or bran two or three times n week and give It to the horse It will expel the worms improVo the horses condition nUll mnko the Imlr This remedy will not injure a mare with fonl but it pnjn to l Very fire Till about giving nay medicine to mare iu that condition Dipping Sheep Effectively To rid sheep of external parasite or the srnb mlfo they should Ix dipped Jn some effective dip Coal tar dips lire eflVotlve w np o oiis anl do not ordiiuirily injure time wuui Tlwy re therefore considered nmontr the best JJefore ueiifg all dips should be tested 1 I I become JIM i i t- c r L c r f f r L sat when y tt i j f t condition r i f c v f1 4I rt i f I 1E e CARING FOR HORSES Conditioning For Sprfrtfl Peed and Groom Them Well An expert horse breeder says when contlft loning horses pri K work the right kind of start ard the know how are required the same as in do anything six pwperly If the have been nlhnved the run of a Held r straw steel are not In pliyshal rrmlhlon Inimedl iu nt heavy work VIIh such cnudltluns It Is ary to brgln nt oiKe to restore an animal physically by giving at tlrst a small amount of gniln and gnidunlly Increiislng the i uuit aa ho becomes accustomed to It It should require at least three wecUa to pet n horse accustomed to consuim- injr n liberal groin feed One feed of hay may IK given carp dny to replace the straw or corn slaver It Is not well to deprive the horse of Ills dolly exercise as Increased feeding without exercise Is likely to cause deranged Ill ge tlon For best rewills exercise Is almost as eH Milial as the feed The old emit of hair should be shed as possible after cold weather has passed and this can be hastened by stabling the nnliiial at night with a tfiMid dry bed upon which t sleep and j grooming blanketing and feeding a small amount of olhneal eaeh misty If the lung hair 1 alluwwl to remain the horse will perspire freely when at work which Is exhausting stud he Is very apt to catch cold farmers resort to clipping heir horses which is better than leaving the long halt oil lint clipping Is not de as the natural means of remov j ing It Grooming should not be tooled III ether ease since the glands KhoulU be kept open As the time approaches for heavy work to lngln the huives should be hitched for a short time each day and the amount of work gradually In creased as they become hardened It Is necessjiry to not only harden time J muscles of the horse lint to harden the shoulders to the collar as well There sire a variety of all of which are well suited to the needs of 1 s far to start nCI Sonic the W hen they card till ickly ham ble tie excretory feeds j s AN IDEAL rnncnnnox tne horses nut will satisfactory results when judleimisly used Omits anti timothy hay i considered a stand ard for working horses Timothy is tint very palatable Horses are not likely to gorge thrum selves with It and outs having a large coarse hulls are bulky and as a result they become more thoroughly mixer with saliva during the process of tuna tlratlon nail when they enter the stout are more readily acted upon by the digestive juices Bemuse of this faet a horse is less subject to deranged and colic caused by careless or Improper feeding Good pure water is important nnd this the horses should have In plenti ful supply at nil times Meal For Pigc and Calves Dried blood meal Is n very valuable feed for calves It not only supplies them with an abundance of protein which is very necessary to all grow lug animals but it arts as a regulator of the calfs digestion It is oleo i valuable feed for hugs Feeding Young Stock The best way to fatten young stock to secure a maximum profit is to feed them well front the start Whether It be young cattle or lambs they should be liberally fed from the beginning of the feeding ported THE VETERINARY Where the hogs nro fed large amounts of sloppy food a baking soda added occasionally will tend to pre vent any undue aekllly of the stoiuucli How to Cure Stringhalt Stringhalt spoils a hose for marker To cure a horse of this trouble uso alcohol once PIT day on hiu stlllc joint and just above it mind hand rub welt For Hard Wrkcd Horses One of the best remedies for sore and harness gulls on horses Is two tenspoonfuls of ground white onlc bark alai two quarts of water Pour this water hot over the bark asset let it stand until cool Then strain and bottle for use lathe sores In solution Ridding Cows of Lice To rid th cows of lice apply n 1 solution of coal tar dip two or three times a week then rub hi lowers of Milplmr or mix hem togellwr Ap ply with spray pump anti thru in with brush It also will be to cleanse disinfect and white Aviish the stable Tetanus In the Horse Tetanus lockjaw front infection of n wound by time ImIllim of the disease iti to he suspected anti it will not sprend to the other horses Put the horse affected in a secluded box stall led feed it soft easily nmstlcated food v gnttlK nail in time it mummy vithuut use of medicine Olood some tlll toO Heel the 1 Jiij t I h r give feed ant digestion Dried little backs nut tore stir 3 How Nature Provides Our Beauty Health and Happiness Is it tint altogether able that clvmuils for thin bodyhealth are contained in the med roots found in llc earth digested in the of Nature told made ready fur inan or animal a growing bt lief acicn lists kingdom fur nishes 13 with element lor Llfod rr to that deli I irnt j cf li Mi tat Uc humav rniuirl ij rt tj iirl urcn methods f f ivi s vc luioxr tha1 we tliouKl f t Uio plintcc from the wheat in ovr broad cr some ccrenl foods ini frcin certain vegetable each ns spinach and recite If then csr best method f r cur standard balance cf health to pc to Katuree Laboratory KJ r t 1ia which viii Buried deep i trr fci rets i the 1 I known r9 fakir n fcecl tlr root of vch Kdyin I JM D 1rofessor f at Inline innnn Meilicrl Cilof e ClirnRn ctttc In relation to pintT fleets on th system lwve it it itJtdicira in us which thvro ia un of It is regarded as the tic irrfa in al dc Trof Jean M Scuddor trays It trtilntee tho ard in creases ho assimilation of foal By these means tho blood is enriched aril this blood feeds the inupculnr 1 mention the muscular because I believe it first feels the increased imparted by the stimulation of The consequent improvement on the nervous an I are natural results or Queens rout is another root which has been in r3 an alterative blood purifier noel Prof John King M says of it Ai nlterntivo unsurpassed few if of most nucccseful in skin and scrofulous affec tions Jieneflcinl in bronchial affection permanentlycures relieve an remedy coughs of ywinr standing cured and nutrition nnd bo taken without hsria fc periods n o Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y combined a of the two above roots with that of Stone root Black Cherry bark Bloodroot Mandrake erine into a prescription which ho pi Dr Golden Medical It was most successful in and curing such ailments as were du to stomach stud liver derangement followed by impure 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