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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ tI tlGUisocXJflX IQI ftRecord AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The irifestrtiet1t is sure of returns Get oUr a fafcs It Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office overStorers Jewelry Store White Patients Only f Telephone Connection COALI best ever and the price is right jfj 200 PER TON Two mines the Bank arid the Fuel ss Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE Mgr Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 78 Monon Louisville and Chicago HEST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOlTISVlLLIi STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOU1SV1LLK KY n fie DELiW RED k Greenville I It sDIAHBon u t Pe rod I Rllte11- FIly11N tl IMll Co l loB Mitt 1l1rICfA nl 1111 ftboII- A4u the ho Iu r Simih Jfac to a In I V 1Ft MANIC als rkcabltr orr u tkjdjnUlIpi trt bm Il FtnrifoutNlar r 1tallas 6 kt IIhnl0111 7 11 dr 1111 lIdm It l n G lie Jut 5 1 t 1 r I SmericanFhetogro i q- iltacux Slaa die rnP orr 11 t THE KING GROCERY CO KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH New Dis0 r FOR Dr Kings PRICE son 100 Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts ISSUED WEKKIY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd I uW2nu ILUERTJ1IO1IE PIItLtsI1EIS- hi4aOlut liT h W YOIS White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck IIU IINJIIIII iIidtI tII VOL XII NO 22 GREENVILLE KY TIIURSKJAY JULY 14 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J QCoolUg bAOOXIXUmWG JlWmWYJWWWUftAAUU i Stammering and Stuttering Many persons use the words stam mering anti stuttering as if they meant exactly the same thing This is not so They are in reality two distinct physical faults having causes behind them which give different results Correctly speaking stammering menus an inability to render sounds properly while stuttering means an inability to join sounds properly Stammering tray be due to sonic im perfection in the spjcch urgtns or to a wrong use or position of the muscles which control speech while stuttering is really a spasm of those musclesIt from this that the stam merer will constantly make the same mistake A certain letter or combi nation of letters will overthrow him each time they occur When the trouble is due to some organic perfection in the organs of speech such as cleft palate harelip or tongue the first treatment must be surgical After that if the patient be an adult there will have to be lessons and practice to teach him to pronounce properly the letter or letters he has never be fore been able to say When there is no organic defect the trouble is often simply a bad habit persisted in from childhood Almost all small children stammer all adults find the trick cunning with disastrous results in many cases in after life Any speech defect that is the consequence of bad habit and laziness calls fur educational treatment and the younger the patient is the easier the cure will be When th bid habit has been one of years standing it is often hard just as it is hard for most adults to learn a foreign language Stuttering on the other hand is entirely a nervous disorder and in bad cases amounts to an absolute spasm of the speech muscles A stutterer khpwspcrfccUy to say and how it should sound only he cannot get it out The nervous basis of stuttering is shown in many ways S me persons stutter when they arc tired but not when rested or they stutter with strangers and not with friends or when they are in poor health but not when they arc well They arc likely to be sensitive thin skinned people keenly aware of the ludicrous side of their misfortune Treatment cannot be begun too early and must be patiently carried out The much advertised brilliant and rapid cures one heals of are very likely to relapse and the cure of stuttering is not a matter of a few weeksChildren should never be punished or ridiculed for stammering or stilt tering They should be taught to stop short draw a long breath and and begin afresh Special attention to deep calm breathing is a most important element in the cure of stuttering The Senate has appropriated 50 ooo for the purpose of establishing a biological station to study the con tagious diseases of fish Cancer is one of these diseases A careful study of these diseases in fish may result in assisting the medical pro fession in alleviating one of the most dreadful of human afflictions It is reported that the Lehigh Railroad will soon put in service a dining car which is practically germ proof The usual ginger bread carvings moldings and hangings will be dispensed with The woodwork will be of smooth finished mahogany so that a microbe according to superintendent of the road would slip oil and break its neck The improvements which have been made in the Siberian railroad have made it possible to accelerate the train service and reduce the time between Moscow and Vladivo stok by twenty four hours It is now possible to leave London reach Yokohoma Ja pan on the second Monday follow ing IJy taking the fast Canadian Pacific steamship which leaves Yokohama on Tuesdays the tourist if he so wished could reach in twentysix days after leav ing London and in thirtyseven days J e II fI andalmost JJ i 4M die U u Mondayand deferent t A 1 I f tin r abound e especially a K t what wishes r 1 t 4 Valley r t the- l4 t 6 o- i 1 Vancouver s i r fts 4 r fs after setting out on this world trip he would be again in London This be it noted is less than one half the time taken by Jules Vernes traveler in his trip around the world Legally Better Off The creditors of the ancient king hal become so unpleasantly insistent that he resolved to put them where they could trouble him no he invited them to a great quet And when they hail feasted and chins of his prepared wine he instructed his servants to convey them to his deepest dungeons And the next morning when he went down to learn whether his servants had dune his bidding his creditors raised their voices and entreated to be set free But he remonstrated with them saying My friends you have no just cause for complaint Are you not better off in the eye of the law than ever before Any lawyer will tell you that a secured creditor has an qxccptional cinch Then he left them and went on his gladsome way happy in the knowledge that he could at last go through his dominions without being dunned Will Help Swat the Fly To a cup of sugar water add a teaspoonful of formaldehyde ob tamed from the druggists and place around the room in saucers It need be only a quarter of an inch deep Flies like this and drink Summit die in the water Others fall dead near the place The solution is not dangerous but it should not touch food Deal at home as much as possible Build up your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky State Fair lAiiilsvlllc Sept Ii nix days MuillMiuvllle July 10 live days llciiilcrKoii July X the days LaiiiiiriUr July 27 thnc days ViTHiillos AUK 3 four ilays Danville Auif 3 three days Luxliipton AUK ti lx Taylurnrllle AMR 0 four days fnlniitown Anjj U live day HurrtMlsbiirx AUK four days Liiwrvncrbtirtr AUK 10 four days Sliejihcnlsvlllc AUK I three days Uronillieail IT three ilnytt KwltiR 17 four days Hliflliyville dug 2J four Ullzabvthtown AMR 1 three days Luiidun AMR four days UrlatiRer 1 four day i NIolioliiHvillo M three Kern Creek AMR SJ tour days HardliisburR AMR 3D three days liarbourvllle 31 three days Florence Sept G three days Montliello Sept C three Hodgeiivllle Sept 0 three days MorRantown Sept 2J three days Kalinouth Sept 28 four slays 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 efits 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 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 of Indiana and Illinois CUMLKULAXD TEL TEL Co Incorporated All Expense Tour Yellowstone Nation al Park Colorado and Utah Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i via Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park and stop ping at Salt Lake City Glenwood Denver Side trips to points of interest Plicate cars throughout journey parked luring Yellowstone Tour 175 covering everything 2 in one berth 165 each Send for book about tins wonderful trip to Gco A Jones Manager 2737 4th Ave or E H Bacon D P A Monou Route Louisville Ky of encircling more- S Itoo It stays tl All All days All All All days sand S S 1l 7 t J I6t ee s days a s Span f n HLTSINKSS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and free from dust by the use 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 Harbour Head a set of pneumatic rubber for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation machine Roark has them and you arc asked in rail for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory Get or any laundrywork p I A Little Good Paint Time Saves When your buildings need painting every day delay costs you money sun rain snow am frost arc in work Lum cr torts much to let it decay for want of a little paint It costs less to use pood than to go with out it We me nothing but good paint on work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we Ute never crocks wales wear will remove it Let u figure with you when to print We a and durable jib prices reasonable Dont put it J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It is 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 Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble is firm ly It docs not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the liver with a larger Bale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN F2 in s too 1int our or favorite ling ready DRAUGhT A Bissell carpet sweeper last longer than 40 corn brooiu costing from 12 to 15 the ers cost 3 to 575 See them Roarks and have other advantag than the moneysaving features c plained to take Cardui for ycur female trouble because we are sure help you Remember that S thki great female remedy wire j sweci l W Ask You t l f twill VINE Df CARD 0 pj has brought retie to thousands of other sick women so why not to j periodical pins female weak iless many have Is Sold in This City F3 For backache said it limo best medicine to take Try it I t you headache DR J tf Crown anti Urlilgc Work tlouc at reasonable prices OQlcu InthoJonctt UHlMlng Greenville Ky DR T J SLATON miyMlcliin nnd Ofllcc MalucroHS street near Malimtreet 16 CAM HOWARD WAVE GKAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice in Grrrn EalldlnH opposite LIMeade Hotel OR LOUELLA HELJSLEY OSTEOPAT Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No J E Bailey Dentist DEN T I r T up stairs Surgeon II t 78 11 BAL J y Tfr- AND fliOtb WE BUY I Bein Dealers da- belter for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any bank in LontSTille We furnish Wool Bags Free to our shippers Write or price list u3i LonisTiHe Ky rye r WOOLiHIDESANDFUR j wean rt SABEL soNs M M S POULTRY FENCEVcry Close Mesh Writ fur caUluc PDtSALD FENCE CO DeKaJb 1H zees City Ma teJ rbeaPet ttua nattier showing roll of fndac ter aU Computed and his Greenville Hardware cOUCHS OLDS OF DR KINGS NEW FOR COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION 1 Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I I after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKHfS Banner Spring Teen PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists AND 100 DISCOVERY AND II was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New DllCOVery and u q y Save 75 CURES BY ONE OF OUR PURCHASING FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is moo Those who mail this advertisement to us days after it and telling ns where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Hooks and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use or yi x A Good Example I am a good example writes Mrs R Ls Bell of McAlester of what Cardui will do for suffering women I suffered with my head and back for six years and although I tried everything I never could any thing to do me any good began to take Cardui Cardui has surely helped me and built me and I am so thankful that 1 have found something that will do me good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time It is to make up your mind before are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick I I PRINCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGENCONPORATD Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY I well S overi Take 1 The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired and when seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not now at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory so that when you are sick you for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatlannooca Tenn for Sttcial Jrsrjclions and Wpasc book Home Treatment for Women sent free Officers V A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin Subscribe for The Record Only SOc miserable 1laO a DirectorsW R e- 5mk 1 5rccnvtW tic President F i t Q THE REt RDn lndependCut Newspaper lUKLIHIlU liT t h4 MIMf4 V- An TIIUnDATN rOaNKit Jrttttd toof OniBK L ItOAKK Secretary OKIKN L KOAKK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 Ofllce la new nnri rear of store ground floor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE The prloe of the iwpor In Wo IH ailvancf and when the time hu expired lo which It U paid the will bo mopped Onntt f thanks obituary nittioH eto If tiot longer than ton UHOI will be iubllslioil free A clinrKu of 5v per Hue will lw matte for sucocc lines No Tnrlntloii of this rule to oreo wimple eoplrs will IK mulled verti QHit nt vi ill br inst rl l A rnte yard will be fnrnittbrU OB recent AiltlrtHMixUroittmuxuiuioii and umVc nil rc mttluiieiM Jill able U KKixmiJ 1MIKSS THURSDAY JULY M Entered at tbo Greonvllle as matter IF aviation gets much more dan Serous it is likely to attract Teddy LOVELY womnn in a hobble skirt has all the vivacity and grace of a sausage WILL Japan kindly look the other way while we repair the blowholes in our brandnew dreadnoughts CROP reports are not reassuring to those who were waiting around in the hope that the cost ot living would be lower presently THE statement that the pure food law is the cause of high prices is be ing revived 1 t is hard to pay the high prices it is true but still that is better than being poisoned THE Socialist administration in Milwaukee has closed more than 100 disreputable saloons and manydivcs and resorts of degrading character This will be a great thing for the new party as other communities tired of inaction and corruption will be induced to try a new broom Tin dismantling of the govern ment cement mill at Roosevelt JAri zenia which was built because of the high cost of transporting cement to the site of the Roosevelt dam marks the end of one of the most successful undertakings of its kind During its five years ot operation the mill has turned bar rels of cement the bulk of which went into the darn and the remaind er into the flumes canal and power house It is estimated that the mill has effected a net saving 650 total number of military air ships completed in Europe and this country is at present and nearly as many more arc being built Ger many 13 completed air ships France 7 Italy 2 and Bel gium England Austria Russia and the United States have i military airship each The smallest is the German Clouvh of 1700 cubic meters gas capacity and 22 mile speed They vary in length from 100 to 450 feet The largest ma chines are the Zeppelins I II and III which are from 12000 to 15 000 cubic meters capacity TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of Comptroller of the Currency WASHINGTON JUXB 10 1910 Whereas by satisfactory evident presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that First National Bank of Greenville in the Town of Greenville in the County of Mnhlcnbcrg and State of Kentucky hits complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress National llinking Associa tions to extend their corporate ex istence and for other purposes July 12 1882 Now therefore I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of do hereby certify that llrst National Bank of Greenville in the Town of Greenville in the County of Muhlenberg and State of Kentucky is authorized to have suc cession for the period specified in its amended articles of association namely until close of business on June 10 1930In testimony whereof SEAL witnesss my hand and Seal of office this Tenth day of June 1910 LAWRBNCB O AIUUKAV Comptroller of the Currency Charter No MM Extension No 2011 Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you arc missing by not using them o r i paper d- Ine All tiretavlllo cc T L 1910 ca ICy poslotil c I f I out 330000 ot 000 7 U leThe the Currency liThe J J t raIx flits n anyone Its second tlaso I 9 I till e possesses d r 9 a y tenable t k approved t r R a t t e AY Y o One of the characteristics of Christ as a teacher and that of the Apostles was the employment of some figure or metaphor with which the hearer was familiar to and the better to impress them with what they taught So we have before us the figure house In this chapter we have two houses spoken of the house of Moses and time house of Christ Reference is had to the two covenants two promises to Abraham the first was developed into a covenant with laws and blessings through Moses It gave to the sccd of Abraham the land of Canaan Moses gave them the law by which their conduct should be governed Everything necessary to this end was given and it is a historical fact that all good government and laws arc in a great measure copied from the Bible The house of Moses over which he ruled was a type of a better house over which Christ was to rule The second piomisc to Abraham was that of his seed should all the nations be blessed While the prom ise developed by Moses into a coy enant was literal that of Christ is spiritual Moses was faithful in all his house as a servant for a of those things which were to be spoken afterwards But Christ as a son over his own house Which house are we The Church of Christ is meant here over which lie as head rules With some people the idea still obtains that the house of Moses was transferred from under the law and placed under grace and that time house of Moses and the house of Christ arc identical or in other words the Church of Christ today is the same house in which Moses ruled How such an idea ever with any one who reads Gods works is a mystery for there is not a particle of evidence of such a thing in the Bible but every evi dence to the contrary Daniel in his prophecies tells of the lays of certain kings and says in those days God would set up a kingdom lIe did not say God would reconstruct the house of Moses but would build a house a kingdom Jeremiah said this house or covenant would not be like the first it was to be a new house or covenant Israel said it was to be a new house with a new name Tina old one was to be destroyed The apostle Paul contrasts these two houses in his letter to the Galatians calling them the two covenants Al so in his letter to the Hebrews he says the first covenant or house was taken out of the way so as to es tablish the second the new house the House of Christ In Matthew we have an account of John the Baptist whose mission was as the forerunner of Christ to prepare a people ready for the reception of Christ Out of this material Christ was to build his church house In the preparation of this material the fact of our being a member of the house of Moses was of no avail Johns mission was not to prepare a wlich to transfer the house of Moses over under grace was not to prize up the house of Moses and put wheels under it thus getting it ready so Christ could roll it over into his own dispensation No he went into the forest the trees lined and hewed to the line the claim of being of Abra hams side or a member of the house of Moses was worth nothing to them John laid down the terms First they must believe in the coming Christ Second they must repent Third they must be baptized for time remissions of sins During the ministry of John of Christ and the seventy evangelists the work of each was preparatory In the midst of this work while John time Baptist had been in his grave for more than a year Christ said to his disciples On this rock I will build my church house which shows at that time that his church was not in existence At the close of Christs ministry he gathered around him his disciples told them to tarry at Jerusalem un nil the spirit came to the hotly On the day of Ientacoat the spirit came and filled all with power and they began to speak So there in Jeru salem on that lay the Christian church was born a new institution a new house over which Christ as a eon should rule wjiich house the apostle saith are we Lastly Christ who is the head over all to the church gave to the church the rule of faith and tice by which it is to be governed I ill l Evenings With the Bible jf i IUU1 tot hHllhII Godmade roadalong f i fw I i SifJl1fK fitsEvery hunxc buided bywx1r 4e- ttet illustrate testimony obtained feint Arne d to the end of time Question What did Christ give to the as a confession of faith as a discipline as articles of faith as a creed Let Christ himself answer Sec John 17 chpt 1 1 verse I have given them tiny word Is that all Christ gave to the church Yes that is all How many are satisfied with time God as the cruel of the church Only a few Many are not satisfied with the name and have sought another Many arc not satisfied with the word of God as the sole law and doctrine of the church and so have made creeds of their own thus the house stands divided against itself and my dear friends there is trouble ahead It is almost in sight now Woe unto them who have caused division The word of God is broad enough for all of Gods people to stand upon Why not do away with all creeds and unite upon the word of God alone Not one of us would sacrifice any truth by so do ing then we would have one Lord one faith and baptism one church one name one creed the word of GodThe union of Gods people was prayed by the saviour John 17 chapter I pray that they might that the world might believe that thou has sent me Gods people is essential to faith upon the part of the world RespectfullyJ II JAMES A mans virtue is a flimsy thing when it has to be determined by his freedom from a court record REPORT OK CONDITION OF TIn fiRST NATIONAL BANK at in the Static of Kentucky at the close of business June W IMO RESOURCES Loans and discounts S2IM M1S1 Overdrafts secured und tins 143W IT S Itomls to secure circtn 3000000 Premiums on U S Bonds 5III Bonds securities 81SliiIt- anking house fur and lixt 11M7M Other teal estate owned Due from National Banks not reserve agents hue from State and Private Hanks Hankers Trust Co1 and Savings Hanks 41ill r i Duu ITS 1301 7s Checks and other cash items 47fi Notes of other National Ranks 3000011 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents PM 00 Lawful Money Reserve in Hunk viz Specie S1 1300 Legaltender notes 200000 2iU3oo nedcmption fund with U S Treasurer g per cunt airy dilation Jr 00 TOTAL S ral5587J MAIUL11IKS Capital stock paid in 3000000 Surplus fund lft00000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid DO 1- 3Nutl Hank notes outstandg Due to other National Hanks Due to State and Private Hanks and Bankers hue to approved res agts 1130 35 Dividends unpaid 180000- Indl deposits sub to check 1J485700U Time certificates of deposit 12712702 Certified Checks Cashiers checks outstanding Total S 15300970 State of Uentuukv FllllPllPnrKs I Jolla T Koynolils Jr Cnshlor of the hunk do solemnly swear that time above Mateinvnt IK true to tine bent of my knowledge until belief lollS T REYNOLDS Jr Cauhler W A WICKMITE I C E MAIITIX Directors C M MAnTIS Subscribed nand sworn to before me this Cth 1910 J T CHATHAM Notary Public My coinnilsttlon aspire lUll II 101 REPORT OF TilE CONDITION OF THE FARMERS BANK doing buMinesM at the town of Diititnor County of Muhlcnbenr State of Kentucky at the close Iff Itimjui un the 30th day of June 1010 Ionis uptl Dlriconiits with Apr or tnprc cnilomer ju- Kurellert JI31KSOI6 Cull IOPIH on Uollalera1 jVU J Time Loans on Collateral I1I17 Other Stocks funds Etc Due trout National Dank ft 00 Due from StateliankH cud Uankcrri SOOOIH Due froinTriiHtCoiiipunlcM States and hunk Note MSI HO Specie U78W Cheek A utter each Ituuia 12310 KxchaiiKU for Clearing Ilouoe Overdrafts ectired 7fcd Overdraft 17030 Item UtftaloHunking 311000 furniture and Flfttirtn iAWftk LIAUILIT1RH Captltal Stuck paid In In wish Undivided Prollth 11500060 01177 Deposits Mibject to check on which Interest IH nut paid IRAV n Savjuei on which tt IH paid JMWI50 State of Kuntnylcy of Mulilenbirg 8tI II n JTuClary cnahier of the above limned bank do tfoluinnly vruar that tine abitvt state meat Is true to tutu hnl of my knowledge and belief II II McCiAm Cashier J S PEPOYKTBK I 11 UKSPlMt UUKRAY PEKSONS DimtornM- nliHHrllM evil sworn to before me tlil ih Q 1 mil M Notuey l nt n My comnilstilon expires inn 31 1812 wordof If Unitywith ISM rate from i1 t OllIIh fir ur Ot1lll11fJ tOSH J23IO unscenrcd ToAt ftt5Jir5 011 t s TOTL f38i1 OO of i church for bone No Greenville It above nomad alai duly Y uitsopipis 0191 lsi 15Oi10 County lily Jury i sit lNl lave you a ring or other jewelry some verware cane umbrel la or other item that you silo Want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done qufdkly in best manner f1P lJi4 lY70 4c J i t i WESTERN KENTUCKY GREATEST FAIR GREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR 9 fMADISONVILLE W LU LL LJ Great Array of Ring Shows and Vaudeville Attractions See the GREAT DERBY RAGE on Wednesday July 20 I f ftl r t v re e InCPnAcVo n n J l tl JULY Ifi Races itt Something Going on All the Time I i l4 P U U lrI6 6 n n o 4I o S dl1A 1 An AaliVrn l qd1 1rd as ll s1ee M d1llieeell rw 0 t Womans Power Romans most filorious endowment is the power to awaken and huh the pure mil honest love of n worthy man When the li cs it anti Mill loves on uo one in the wide world can 1 now Ihc heart ony she endures The woman who sulTers from and derangement n her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power to sway the limit n man tier general health suffers and hc loses Imr rfnml attractiveness her unI Over Man of weakness and her power and prestige as a w rnn Dr Pierce of Buffalo the assistance of his stall of able physicians tins prescribed for and cured many thousands of women He has devised a successful remedy for womans ail ments It is known cs Dr 1icrccs Favorite Prescription It is a positive specific for the weaknesses and dikordcrs peculiar to women It purifies regu lates strengthens and heals Mcificinc dealers sell it No honest dealer will advise your to accept a substitute to make a little larger profit IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL Dr Pierces Pleasant lcllrts regulate mid strengthen Stomach Liver and liowels GENERAL INSURANCE NYwith border Y ltV BLAKELL ROARK I We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Y I that kinds of farm and property writes all city r FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMRlOYER UABIUTY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY f BRIDGES DEPOY KENTUCKY IT t We announce to our trade and the pub l tic that our stocks of goods in all depart l- i inents are larger and better selected than j- ri in our history We carry a varied j- f line of ij GENERAL MERCHANDISE j- f and can supply most of the wants of the t people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes l- i Hats Etc we offer large selections W- ffl VI In Groceries Hardware Tinware Tarn i Implements and such goods our stocks especially strong J t In all departments prices will be found I- JJ the lowest and your visits will be highly i appreciated J p Undertaking Department ii We have just added an Undertaking Department lo our w jk business and will carry a line of Coffins Cas fX Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse 4 f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt attention any hour day or night ij 1 Telephones Store Ho I rip The BRIDGES SHANNON CO I fa DEPOY KENTUCS Y ISiibscribe for The Record Only SOc uunn t n i I fill J Ill jiiI t I The SUANNON 0 if fiJ d m Wt j- II t ij t lttkets andcareful fId PdP fId PIee e 0 f J d fit a t f 1 l1 4 t tit t tever 1 l tE fri 1 tare t- l tE i t iJ Notf a ft J MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age we solicit all or part of your future Banking business TH0S E SUMNER Cashier A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL t 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational Indus trial and Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his and to serve them when needing anything in the job line operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed u n 1r I 1Y f If SENTINEL politicalwelfare allof yearandworth I superviS- ion oldcustomers Allmachinery i- H i f MUIILLNBFRG v f 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 QUALITY land 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 Paints and Finishes theonly com plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated n j paintor stainwe because II Z j 97A7Q WALLPAPER atSped l Prices Roarks I fIt ic R d a t R LOCAL TIM CARD NOIITII nOVKD- vn 122 Louisville Express II 35 am 102 Cincinnati Kprcss 151 pm 101 Louisville Limited 131 Central City nccuni 715 pm 40UTIIUOUNU NO 115 Paducalt and Culm n ceoin fiHistm 11 Kiiltun Accommodation l10i m 101 New Orleuinn8perlil pin ltd N O Spec Louisville pasr only j 130am line lolo W G Cujkwromi Act A HYMN OF PRAISE Ill JOIN STfAKT ULACIUK John Stuart niitcklc will always In reniein lard HM one uf tin moot striking diameter In tint history of the Inlrerslty of IMlnlmrsli was professor of Brick in that Institution from IKii to 1JW4 nod It limas often Iteen Hiilil of him Unit he held the ehalr of reek and taught everything except that He wn out of the H Ht loved men at the university prominent In the literary mud political life of Scotland n striking personality with religion conviction that expressed themselves as this extract stows In an original nmtiiur Ho tiled In Hd March 2 ISV5 Praise yp the Lord Not In time temple of shapeliest mold Polished with gleaming with gold riled upon pillars of slenderest Rrticc lint here in the skys luminous fane Praise yc the lAird Praise ye time Lord Not where the organs nielodluu Plcft nititli the rafters lint narrow tune lint hurt with the free winds wandering cup Hero with the billow that Itooirit from the deep Praise ye the Lord Praise ye the Lord Not whore the pale faced niultltnde meet In the sweltering lane and the tliin vli ud street limit here where bright ocean thick sown with green isles Feeds time glad eye with a harvent of smllem Praise ye the Lord Praise yo the Lord Here where the strength of the out granite lien Towers oer the greenswarded grace of the glen Whore time birch Hlnx its fragrance abroad on the hill And the bee of the heather bloom vuiider6 at will Prattle jrc t ho Lord PraUe ye the Lonll Here where the loch the dark mount Mnrt fitly daughter Down the veil scour flings time white fctreamlng water Leaping and tossing a ml twirling forever Dunn to the bell of the smooth rolling rivur Praise ye the Lori Give us your job Cut your weeds before the seed mature Church lots are being cleaned and beautified Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Mr J Leslie Hale spent Sunday in Dawson The lake water has on its summer flavor See Cornettc the coal man be fore you buy goal Mr Paul Pannell is spending his vacation with relatives in Franklin The the fly is still be ing fiercely waged and with gratify ing results Get potted plants and cut flowers 1 from Arnold This hasbeen weather when it was most comfortable to be near an electric fan The public school grounds are to be overhauled and cleaned up oughly at once See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Mr C A Williams and daughter spent Sunday with Mr Williams parents at White Plains Flies have always been regarded as a pest but now they recogniz ed as carriers of disease and so dan gerous Get Hamptons magazine and Tug RECORD for the price of the magazine alone Mr trankv Colvillc Jr of Mc Minnvllle Terin visited his grand mother Mrs Bettic Eaves and other relatives here a few days during the week v The rains last Friday night were the most destructive Avejiavc had and thousands of dollars damage was done tQ wheatf corn tobacco and meadows If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery The observance of the mayor on the weed matter has been more gen erally observed than ever before and is so nearly complete that it should be made unanimous The ice plant which is rated at 15 ton daily capacity delivered tons Monday on a normal run Many points arc depending on Greenville and all orders are handled righj off the reel e 310 j oea 1O lit Jnlr h murhl mill title k o worksI J I J p 4r 7 v I J J ill 1Ik4 not waves h e f r taken war against Miss thor- arc r ft t x f foi ice f X S TIIK Riiccmi soC per year It has rained every day this month but one Another coal development has been started Good morning Have you cut those weeds yet Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Less than two months until high again Muhlenberg coal development is being rapidly enlarged Mr C S Curd was in Dawson Springs a few days this week Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Dr E R Yost has added an Oliver typewriter to hi si office The heavy rains have done con damage to the roads of the county Miss Ethel Stewart of Owens boro is here on a visit to relatives and friends Out of coal Telephone 2322 for quick service and good coal Some of the public district schools have been opened but the is light Mr Hugh Morgan of South was here on business a few hours last Sunday There is considerable illness from nil sections but not a great deal of a serious nature See the Rockwell corner dust at Roarks Greenville is to hovc another coal company the Greenville Coal Co moving its office here August i The lake water has taken on its summer flavor and there arc some people who are not especially fond of it The water works Jake is full overflowing a condition that has not heretofore existed at this season of the year Orders for cut floTcrs will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Elsewhere will be found the report of the Farmers State Dank of Dun mor and it shows a gratifying of business The second 175 excursion of the season left for Louisville Tuesday afternoon but picked up very few passengers from here Miss Lena Arnold handles flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention The city council met Monday night and among other things passed an ordinance directing the construc tion of several concrete pavements Our people are trying to get pre pared for the passage of an airship so that they will not be unnecessarily alarmed We are likely to have op portunity of witnessing air travelers at almost any time now Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop The First National Bank in its statement as shown in this issue oc cupies an enviable station among west Kentuckys financial institu tions This the oldest bank in the county fJ a wide and growing bus Our readers have manifested con siderable interest in our Have and Need column and some ad ditions have been made on sugges lion to both departments We solicit nominations and hope that we may be able to add to the Have and take oil from the N ed sec tion Soft drink men who have ben selling the nearbeer preparations arc in many places confining them selves to gingerale pop and the like as the state is demanding a li cense The national government some time ago placed a license on these places papers for sale a office schoolopens attendance reported o ice t volume cut tt u tt Old this t equipment Car- rollton mess An Old Citizen of Greenville Sonic days ago we aged man neatly dressed with silver ed locks trudging along with falter ing steps with stall in hand along the streets of Greenville lIe semi ed to be lost and absorbed in admir ation of what he saw and what was going on We met him and to know something of his mis sion and being a stranger too we asked him his name and where he hailed from lie gave me his name and plan and said that long years ago he lived in Greenville he asked me my name which I told him He asked my fathers name which was told him lIe said that he knew my father well We remember of hearing his name when but a boy He said that he had lived in for a number of years and that he left Greenville nearly three score years ago and had returned to sec his old home the place where he had spent some of his happiest days associated with people that arc now unseen and unheard in Greenville That all of those familiar faces that he once met here he found them not and that he was informed that there was but one individual that was here now that was grown when he lived here and first came to Greenville sixty odd years ago that they were all sleeping in the that when he lived in the business men and those that were seen on the street in active life were Ephriam Brank Dr Yost D A and E W Martin Larkin Akers Jesse Reno Geo and Jona thon Short Chas Bell Ty Mathis Burris Pittman Chas Mctzkcr Clifford Chas Wing Edward Rumsey Edward Weir John Gibbs Peter Baker Lawson Reno T P Boggcss and many other good men and women that were not now to be foundHe said that Greenville did not appear as it once did that the houses were all different from those that ex isted when he lived here that the people were of a different generation A different court house from that which he used to attend to listen at the speeches of John S Mcllenry of Hartford Frank Bristow of Elkton and Elijah Hise of Russellville but those men now came no more I asked him his age he said he was 87 and that after leaving Green vine 56 years ago he had devoted much of his time to preaching the traveling in different states The old mans mind seemed to run back to the days when he lived in Greenville altho seemed to be changed and differ ent from what it once was yet the hills and landscape and the location of his old home still seemed familiar He took a view of it perhaps for the last time and went away perhaps to come no more RONDO Postoffice at Earles to Close Mr C B Summers postmaster at Earles has resigned to take effect the i5th inst and the resignation has been accepted This postoflice has been in existence for about 60 years and its removal takes out an old landmark but the establishment of the rural route so reduced the that the office was no longer profitable and so the appointment was surrendered The people of that section will be served by the Mr and Mrs L E Rice left last Saturday for a short visit to Dawson they were accompanied by Misses Myrtle Hewlett of Charleston Mo and Annie May Kirkpatrick of Ripley Tenn Call on Leslie Hale next to First for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 The state is following up the move of the U S government and will tax the soft drink places And the cities are following along also the rsult being that in many places the business has been put out of rrPeople arc beginning to recognise the fly as our greatest enemy and the war of extermination is being made This iy well but quite as effective a means of doing away with the pests is to clean up spots of na ture that propagation is encouraged With both these forces in play on the part of everyone the danger from flies would be reduced to a mini Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call g Demonstration noticedan gospeland everything ruralcarrier National Bank mum curious Greenville living graveyards Greenville Ambrose revenues commission neve fo GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need MAVIS Factory for Coal Machine Bits 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 A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Wliitoo 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 like 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 AVJO NEED Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant DairyFlorist Truckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homes Drayman and Light Delivery Service More People Better Streets JfAdditional Boarding Houses A i More Workmen all lines Extension of Water Service City Hall Music Store ft f Uptodate Restaurant v Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiles More Tree Planters Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon Yard Storage and Warehouse Band and Orchestra Popular Lyceum Course Trained Nurse Machine Shop and Foundry Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works More Weed Pullers Modern Apartment Building A married woman who has been away on a summer vacation wrote to her husband I hope the cook has been furnishing plenty ot good things for you to eat and giving the dog plenty of water Hubby says he does not like the close connection implied in this sentence Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks A water plug has been placed in Evergreen cemetery and will prove a great convenience to lot owners who have heretofore been unable to get water easily Now there will be an abundance of water for use in sprinkling lots as well as tor drink iug purposes Kentucky has decided that if Sam charges full license fees for the sale of nearbeer that the state is entitled to the same and notices have been mailed broadcast notify ing all dealers that the state tax must be paid anti revenue agents are making general inspections to apprehend all oftehdcrs Is it cooking coal you want Call 232 2 and have it delivered at 150 per load In another column we publish a poem The Old Soldiers from the pun of the late Col S P Love This among other items was found among his personal papers and has never been given publicit Hts comrades in this county will recog nize in this a personal appreciation of the soldier vhichwjas always man ifcst In their brave and true com manner who shared with the and file all the dangers and priva lions and was first to give to men the credit for the glories and fortunes of war Y M G Ii Hospitaland n tf JPark jf Uncle rank- r the- r t r vIi Public A New Factory to Open Messrs J A Shaver and W C Kimmel who compose the firm styled the Detachable Drill Hit Co are installing machinery and prepar ing to manufacture their patented article in the building north of the meat shop The bit is the invention of Mr Win Ilallinan of this city and has been declared practical by many miners who have used it The bit is fitted to any auger and is used to drill the powder holes in coal The concern expects to place hun dreds of the bits in tIlls county alone and have inquiries from many tant points No matter what typewriter you use ribbons for it are in stock at this office Barn and Contents Hurried Mule Killed Mr Cal McClellan living in the southern part ot the county lost a barn and a quantity of hay corn oats etc from a fire following a flash of lightning that occurred at about 430 oclock afternoon Two mules belong ing to Mr Ellis Moates were in the barn and the lightning killed one of them but the other was uninjured and was rescued from the flames The loss was about Shoo with 200 insurance Daniel H Bcnmoschc of was here a day or two this yesterday morning con ducted the ceremony of circumcis ion this being the eighth day of the first born a son of Mr and Mrs L Hummel The family had invited few friends to attend and all were impressed with the service The rabbi is a learned man in the ology medicine literature and his tory and is besides a linguist be ing master of half a dozen tongues This ceremony was the 303131 that the rabbi has conducted Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks Epworth League Program Sunday Evening July 11 Topic Christians Reward Here Leader James Middleton Doxology Praise God From Hhpm etc Hymn and response with scrip ture quotation PrayerSong Leaders address Open meeting Have we Left All tor Jesus Rich ardson Do we Envy the Prosperous Men of the World Who Know Not God Irvin Bright Middleton Prayer HymnOffering Benediction Mr Wm Bader foreman of TUB RECORD is spending a few days in Louisville New Albany and Jeffer sonville with relatives and friends Powderly Miss Ruth Dean Is visiting friends at Moorman Miss Robinson from Moorman is the guest ot Miss May Dean The Misses Dean were Thursday at the home of Mr W A Wickliffe at Greenville Mrs Minnie Herrington from Central City has been the guest of Mrs Ella Mitchell for a few days Miss Edna Brown of this place and Mr Ted Carver from near here were married Thursday evening by Rev Truman at his home The following spent Sunday at Dawson Messrs Earnest Bradley Byrd Miller and Harry Bradley Mrs Bradley Hallie Knight and Flora Miller Our school began Monday with a large attendance Ere many weeks go by the old familiar school bell will echo from hill to hill in all the rural districts and parents it is up to you to see that your chil dren take every advantage of their opportunity to become educated for the best education which this county can give is not too good for your boy or girl See then that each morning as regularly as the old bell sends forth its call that they are on their way to school Show by your attitude that you are in with the teacher and thus little by little well build the ladder by which we rise from the lowly earths to the vaulted skies 1 Its goodstock weekand ofage 4 rolland n Rollcall n SakeMary n entertained f U I Tuesday Nashville tithe o sympathy Foi firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head I I 7 1ov r 4 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 LIGHT WATER CO INCORPORATED A GILLMAN Manager A I 3 ii I I r x a t c xx ld rslrCSO L3 A4 r Jr V j e s o I I t 1 e e THE OLD SOLDIERS1 Our ranks are growing thinner Every year tad death Is still a winner Every year Yet we must still Mick together Like the toughest kind of leather And In any kind of weather Every year Our comrades Loire dejxirted livery year And left us broken hearted Every year limit their spirits fondly greet u tad constantly entreat us To conic that they tummy meet us Every year Our steps are growing slower Every year Pale death Is still a mowcr Every year Yet we faced him In the battle Amid the muskets rattle dud defied his Until edict Every year We arc growing old and lonely Every year We have recollections livery year And we bled for this grand nation On wavy a Held meal station And with any kind of ration livery year Many people may forget us Every year And oureneinics may fret us Every year lint while onward we are drifting Our ijouls with hope are lifting To Heavenly bcenon still shifting Every year In time slay time of the lowers Every year We shall live in gohleu hours Every year dad our deeds bo swig In story noun the tiger growing hoary With u blaze of living glory Every year Quarterly Meeting The third quarterly meeting for the Greenville Methodist church will be held next Sunday evening Rev R F Hayes presiding elder will preach and the sacrament is to be administered the close of the ser Counterfeit halfdollars are in large numbers in many cities all appearing to be time work of one man as the defects are Louisville has been getting some ot them but while the work has been cleverly done it is thought that most of the coins arc caught as they appear The city authorities are having men cut weeds on all city property alleys etc and the appearance of the town is much improved There are still many persons who have not cleaned up their premises some of them flagrant violators and the board of health and civil officers should see to it that a clean sweep is made Stair carpet fasteners and corner dust shields at Roarks All finishes in stock Mr C Jonson has sold the building formerly occupied by the First National Bank to the Green ville Coal Co which will occupy the place about August i as offices that part of the business being trans ferred here from Powderly It will make a fine location for the com pany and prove a convenience in the conduct of its business The Trip Around the World given by the ladies auxiliary r p M C A last Saturday night was an enjoyable event to the many who made the trip The various homes were decorated to represent various points on the globe and the refresh ments served were characteristic of the country At least a dozen were employed in the trip and were kept busy your job printing orders tq TilE RECORD mono identical W the- Y I Give onto appearing vehicles CITY ORDINANCES An ordinance to improve a portion of the pavements on the East and West side of Main street in the City of Greenville Ky The City Council of the City of Greenville Kentucky do ordain as follows That concrete pavements shall made and constructed on the East side of Main street in the City of Greenville in front of the lots owned by the following persons and for the following distances towit R T Martin 94 ft C E Martin 20 ft Mrs Lou Grundy 64 ft W L Phillips 21 y ft B C May hugh 24 ft and J R Mahugh 24 ft to Russell alley and on the of said street beginning at Rus sell alley J R Mayhugh 25 and T C OBryan 82 ft to the property of J W Lam et al Sec 2 Said pavements shall be made and constructed in accord ance with the ordinances of the City of Greenville now in force and ef fect and shall be done at the cost of the owners of the ground said improvements as provided by law Sec 3 Said pavements shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a neat and manner shall be 9 ft wide and of the dimensions material and in the manner provided by the laws and ordinances of the City of Green ville as aforesaid Sec 4 The owners of the lots herein before mentioned shall be given 30 days from the publication of this ordinance in TilE RECORD in which to complete this work In the event of their failure to do so the contract for such paving will be afrer the publication of one adver tisement in THE RECORD let to the lowest bidder as provided by law Approved July n 1910 J W LAM Mayor OKI EN L ROARK Clerk Roark has Rockwell corner dust shield one of the neatest and most practical items on the market Sentence Sermons Only the borrowed virtues take a vacation Faith is the first aid to foresight Praying for ease is praying for many temptations Faith waits but never keeps its work waiting You cannot save strength by re fusing to use any The man who has no port always has many contrary winds No man can work straight to glory while he is looking askance at his fellowsSome folks never praise others except where the echo is working good Too many who are sure God is on their side show no anxiety to be on hisIn lifes play it is often hard to we have the pity or the envy of the spectators Often the struggle to keep the wolf from the door also keeps the serpent from the hearth Its no use singing about rising in the arms of faith so long as you for get that faith has feet too I f west- side ft r f tellwhether t C e bet 1 w r fronting workmanlike t r t r Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of E wallpaper in stock ready for and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection y lt r delivery a M ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrappers Slippers Grave Vaults r c t III ja I a DisinfectionROARK f Wallpaper CORN AS FEED FOR HOGS Mixed With Meat Meal It Supplies All Protein Necessary For Growth The question ns to most ocoiiom frttl fowling corn to hogs Is one Unit scorns to to interest a grout inthiiy people A swine riilwr snys With the experience I hind In feeding corn to hors It has swinwl to me that It you merely throw nplmiy of good sound corn to the fattening If they nee of n moll breed mid healthy the corn will certainly be put where It will do the most good During a recent experiment compnri sons were made in fcvding dry corn eonkod corn dry cornincnl soaked cornnieiil di v corn and cohmcnl and soaked cornand cobmeal Of dry corn it Took 450 pounds to make 100 pounds of gain and the gain was 11i pounds per bushel of corn Of soaked corn it took fi3 pounds of corn to make 100 pounds gain anti the gain per bushel wits lOt pounds Of dry common it took pounds to make 300 pounds of gain mill the amount of gala per bushel pounds The normal conclusion from these figures is tint in fattening hogs feed ing dry corn on the ear pays best so long as only corn Is fed some meat meal were fed with the grain espe chilly in tins case of young hors there night be a more rapid grain as the large percentage of animal food in the shape of meat meal or tankage plies nil the protein needed to make growth It seems that the age of hogs made some slight difference in relative re snits though there was no apparent reason for it For instance large hogs soy over 200 pounds made more rapid of continue kluge s nl I riO was ur I t t the wny proii rent his a a s sups i GOOD TYPE OF noa growth on soaked corn and Hgliter ones made more on dry corn But soaking twelve hours seemed to do better thou a longer time They got too much water hi proportion to corn Takcn altogether it may be said that dry corn fed on the ear is the best way to feed hogs on corn alone For vapid growth in young hogs I have found that tankage was of great as sistanceThe of all points In the production of pork Is so great that it Is well worth careful studying Of one thing all pork raisers who have been studying the subject are surely convinced and that is that where ps ture Is possible it greatly cheapens the production Texture of the Fleece Wool substance is what the wool grower is looking fov provided it is not made np of too coarse fibers which is not usually the case Density and line fibers are usually associated A dense fleece may usually be recog nized In several ways A fine close ilcccc generally is more oily than a coarse libered one An oily fleece is a dust catcher and usually presents a dark gummy outer appearance Sec ondly a close fleece separates into small areas when the mass of the fleece is stroked with the kind while u coarse lleece presents larger areas when handled in the same manner Appearance frequently is alone sum clout to distinguish the Huffy open lleece from the close deuce lleece The most satisfactory way of de termining density is by grasping a handful of wool as It on the sheep If there is substance to the wool a handful is secured if substance is lacking the hand will not be full This test for density can be applied rapidly In ti Hock and is very satisfac tory A dense fleece is valuable not alone for the Increase Jn quantity of wool but for the protection that it affords the animal from the elements and the dust and chaff that ly about in the yards where they are fed Tho Quality of Butter The quality of the butter depends to a great degree upon time food rind drink of time cow Sue should have clean pure water and wholesome food Much care should be taken in the selection of the ration The individual cow has much to do in this regard with respect to the part that is played in handling the product of the cow too much carelesuess is evident in the processes of buttermaklng After churning is finished the butter and milk mixture should remain quiet for shout ten minutes in order to let the butter conic to the surface A cup of cold water will hasten the process An old recipe says The butter should he carefully skimmed ofT Into a wooden howl half full of water The water should he repeatedly changed until it shows no indication of inllkincKft is important that time halter should nut he pressed or worked during the proc ess of removing the milk from the butter After this the butter musty lie promcd Into a mass and snit to tilt es toot of onefortieth its weight worked Into It Time water should he well pressed out but the less worked the more perfectly Its granular character Jj maintained I j 4 grws If glut lit i f j jI Z probably r r r a w 1 r 1 r I- tt c M 1 i r i f- t1 r Humor and Philosophy Vy SWCAA M SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS T isnt sumVlcnt that every cloud should hues n silvery lining Tho lining should be well furnished with whl h shiMihl cuiiialii a goytlly- UllHihif M gulden shekels At hnist a loud kicker prevents stud nation l leI L It is a curious fact that the philoso pity tint a man works out by which he measures other men never applies to himself Being able In boast often detracts from a mans ability to get there Tha Grand Old Easy Mark The ullltimu iOBStiinora Must IH a rumly lot Or long um they votilil have been Ton lend to grade the plot They unit supinely with the stream Nor try the tide in stem And every one in passing takes A cinch or two nt nom They GO Into the butcher shop To purchase things to rat The butcher says beneath his breath All bores our easy ineui lie loads thorn Mown with second cuts lilllcu as the first and best And says Ucixmit what you hoe And you can owe the rest Time grocer grins In ghoulish glee As in his store they come The coat man loops at them and says Hello my sugar plum The milkman coupes before the dawn And starts for them the day The gas man has It llxcd at night So he will get his pay The ultimate consumer must lie vigilant and strong To keep the wheels ot commerce greased And running right along Out Atlas to mold the world in place secure and trim The ultimate consumer Ands The job is up to him Hard to Please Money is a good thing to have around Yes hidccd under certain circum stances Circumstances Why I should think of qualifying the conditions of possessing it Oh yes It is necessary to have plenty of it or it is merely an exas peration Blessings Brighten Xo matter what your troubles are always look on the bright side of them But my trouble bas no bright side What Is ItV- A Sure hasthe side you look at when is hurrying to catch time train Convincing lie thinks he is very witty Indeed He truly does And has he good reason to think so Well he has been told so by him self innumerable Units Contrary flu hadnt any appetite When things were low In price Just mastic and crackers tie could eat That was the docs advice Hut now that everything Is high Anti prices are a crime lie linns Ids blooming appetite Is worKing overtime Time to Burn Nothing is worm while Fee tint way Yes I dont Why1 Ikcause while id worth nothing Getting Old Years come and they go Oh no Dont you think so Certainly not They come lInt they Ltay with us till we too many of then Generally What I a prlwlislit A prixelighl os A gentlemanly talking match Woes of the Wealtiw Whut it hit occupation Wliiwer Junes Tax dodging Ho Got It l liny give you the lent place you were In ie sum t hlrty days used mot h HIm she get until 1I1I thins t mt r t never fpi law ni a A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded by Science Tho Doctor writes lib in Latin and tin shuts her to what sho Is swallowing Sho takes that much on faith If It euro her she doesnt know what cured her If tho proscription Injures her donsnt know physician la experimenting with mcdl clno Is successful In tho case hut often not This mystery c f a concealed is t mystify and rt of Wide and natl i dow In inystlfyt to nor dooi ho at t believe that Nituro jrovldtxs that Is ncces cars for our in r uJ When the womanly system Is deranged tho o nrr to sunshine pood n orfulnos and nvt when I tlanco uf health U seriously list urboI tih doctor believes has placid hand tho balance of ir Hidden in our American forests pro which correct r ad euro tluwo distressing ailments which causo women to with backache pains pain In tho hack or front of tho and hssltudo Most all women who Into Natujo who lilco wander through tho woods have at ono time or picked tho beautiful blossom of tho This Is not only a beautiful but a very useful root of this treated properly with glycerine to extract Its of nervous or Irritability Prof John M Scudder M I An other authority Prof F M D says of this plant conditions depending disorders of tho fcmalo organs Another plant which Is found in our forests is Ilolonlas or Unicorn root Tho AMERI CAN DiftPCNRATOur of that It possesses a decidedly Influence an of tho general system with weakness or dull or lumbosacral small of the back region Jn this case of tho womanly organs it Is ono of our most as a uterlno tonic and gradually removing abnormal same time it Imparts tone and vigor to tho It Is In pelvic drains and Prof further of Unicorn root A particular phaso removed It Is tho despondency that often attends theso to tho ailments mentioned It has l con found especially adapted to those cases in and tho aching bearingdown organs feel as if they out Vic tuto of Buffalo N Y that a com bination of tho active principles of tlieso two Gulden Seal root Cohosh and Uluo Cohosh roots when extracted by tho uso of proper strength which Is used instead almost invariably euro thoso peculiar maladies to women That is Dr Pierce nearly forty years ago decided to nut a to use form a Prescription whIch ho had found so useful in its practiceDr is frank and about his medicine called Dr Prescription ho tells just what is ho Is not a cureall as It serves only a singleness of purpose for womcna weaKticsses antI maladies tho only medicine for sago through for tho of such nil Ingredients of which tho en medical tioners and writers as tho best known remedies for tho ailments for which Favorito Proscription is advised this will bo to readers full satisfaction by perusing a booklet of extracts Pierce from standard time several schools of practice and which will bo sent free to on request for saran mailed to Dr U V N Y It stands alone Dr PIcrces Favorito Prescription Is the medlclno for weakness cud affec tlons all tho ingredients of which are upon i jtlalr so all who take It rigApopularity of tho Favorite for tho special use of women 3 to bo found in tho it contains not a drop of alcohol Ho dos not bc an alcoholic compound is bene ficial for thoso to women because tho aftereffect of spiritu ous wines or alcoholic medicines Is for weak invalid nervous women What Favorite Prescription has dono for others it will no doubt DO Km YOU If similarly nllllotod and you 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