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and llnrncw iuc GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSDORO KENTUCKY COME TO US FOR WallpaperCome or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE If urnlture THIIallpaucr TanDcctahcrs GREENVILLE ICY NEW YORK CLIPPERIf THE 8R5ATEST THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO LM Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Fnctor Hit Y Ill rIk C Gri h AM rh eitreturn I I CSt 11Cflj monr 8 lastany nVIiTU HrN2wYoas jO T t t no I ei Muggy u pity oil tic 8n top wherever wwwwwwwvvwvw vw tLOERTJBORIS PUHLISURRS- duttQTS r ECTrcc Ihntogrnphy IIooIr 1J I Il II T 11 1ItOlJ 111 l1li1 I c r tt i f1 feesti- y lNleo ItIJt trvI- ti m taIMI tlvt Anerl con C Beao St most u to toko Carr for your t trouble because wo iro it twill help Remerofcer that great female remedy WW 7 rrxt m wsfa You h sure you THE KING Ora i g9 NetiJ iscoYeiJ fOR cQUGKS OLDS PRICE Go Iooi- ri31 Motile free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUABANTSED ISFAO OR OR TYIQPlEY r I White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE TilE KATE TO CHICAGO UliBUCSB Monou Route Announces New Schcdtie of Fares One Way and Koaad Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville anti Chicago at 6 one way instead of S as formerly 12 round trip good thirty cjay returning instead of 16 Patrons arc offered exceptionally good by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Cora partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have anti Dining cars rnd the very finest modern new coaches In cheerfully ansvercd l I H Bacon D P A Luutdviil- eUy I and- S I I quirks t r tV 1 service Parlor Muhlenberg County I is rich in coal iron timber potters and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for ofcapital and pluck f t 1f 4tJ U IJIIrllllIAIIJIIII JIIkJClirIJlti x ietc investment jKftc iXiJtI lC IXIXncXiXIXICX 111 t J ryt3d r ter tVy clay VOL XII NO 23 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JULY 21 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE r The Eyes and Light It is an undoubted fact that leo ple in general pay much more to the care of the eyes than formerly the cast and it is well that this is so A great deal more is demanded of the human eye today than in former times even if one goes back only a very little way It is not only the increasing strain of educa tion for in many ways the strain here is lessened owing to better methods bigger windows clearer print and growing knowledge of the limitations of the eye but if is impossible to move without being impressed with the continuous and everlasting invitations to the eye overwork itself unnecessarily Ev ery boat and train and trolley is lined with printed matter and the have to be jerked away like an unwilling child front a window of toys If one lees to the real coun try one finds every barn and fence plastered with admonition and ad vice So that in a sense all have become involuntary and obligatory renders even the least literary The only way out of it all is to trav el with shut eyes The worst danger however is not in the daytime H is in all great cities at least after dark that the greatest risk is incurred When the healing peaceful night descends then comes the assault of light and many arc beginning to realize that it is from dusk to bedtime that the eyes are put to their greatest strain It has always been recognized that excessive light can cause injury to the eye is a con spicuous instance of this as is also what is called eclipse blindness meaning symptoms which follow an attempt to watch an eclipse of the sun The same symptoms can be produced by watching any very bright light without protecting the eyes The gyre from the comfort in susceptible eyes as that from snow although mountain climbers are said to suffer more severely because the light on high mountains is richer in the ultraviol el rays than the light in vaJleys These violet rays which cause the trouble may be offset by the wear of ambertinted glasses which split up these rays before they reach the retina Now that lighting electricity is becoming so general a fashion it is advisable that people should learn how to protect their eyes from its glare its light should always he arranged not to shine directly on the eyes the bulb should always be made of ground glass and several lamps of moderate power are better than one extremely powerful one Just the thing for the corners of rooms and for stairways is the Rock well dust shield Sec it at Roarks Disease of Turkey For diarrhoea lime water tar drinking For gapes a few drops of turpen tine mixed with soft food For sore mouth clean oil canker and apply tincture of iron or tincture t- of iodine To swab the mouth with bluestone water is also good When thus afflicted give them the best of stimulating food Indigestion is often called cholera from the excrements being yellow For fullgrown bird give from one to two teaspoonfuls of Jamaica ginger in a little warm water A good rem edy for indigestion and many other complaints in grown turkeys is to mix a bit of common soap with red pepper as much as it will take up roll into a large pull and give AH Expense Tear Yellowstone al Park Colorado and Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i via Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park stop ping at Salt Lake City Glen wood Springs Maniton Colorado Springs and Denver Side trips to points of interest Private cars throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour 175 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 Mono Route Louisville Ky j I was I i 4 1 I n IIC 1 i tees1 II i L e t J J sandand b If tr ot I A pta w an po f k e d II 1 f- I tJX rl jj I I t I j attention n T tons i Snow blindness f A I tllaltCS tinb3 h0Utgltht sattite ds I ring a U a fir d Nat n t A iIVI 3 al r I4 Chicken Stealing For the benefit of our farmer pa trons we would call attention to a new plan for beating the country people which has been operated in some of the interior counties of the State so successfully that it would not be a surprise should they attempt- to work this sectiOn after they shall have dune the rest of the State The plan is for the sharks to fix up a team and wagon as hucksters arc usually rigged out They then load up with a couple of big chicken coops one of which they fill with chickens while the other and larger one is left empty They then drive along the road until they find a gang of farmers chickens along the tearing a board off the empty coop as though it had acci dentally been removed they get the farmers chickens and call the assistance of the farmer to aid them in catching their fowls which they say have escaped from their coop The farmer falls inand helps to fill the coop with chickens the sharks have gotten away the scarcity of chickens about the leads to an investigation when the farmer discovers that he has as sisted in the stealing of his own poultry Then arises some domes tic infelicity and the farmer is of ignorance and several other thing because he did not happen to know the size weight color and the number of feathers on all of his wifes chickens This scheme is the very latest and it will pay the country people to for it 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 Dates Kentucky State Pair Loulnvillc Sept 13 six MiullHonvllle July 10 live Clays Hendernon July 2C live days Lancaster July 27 throe days Dniivlllo Aujr 3 throe days Lexington Ang 8 six days Tiiyloravlllc AMR D four days Uiiluntovni t live days Iltu rodHbnr AUK four day Lawrcnefbnrg Aug Id four ShcpherdHvllIc Aug 17 Uroadhead 17 three days ICwIng sues 17 fuur il yn ShrPiy vllle Aus 21 days KlUabuihtuwii AbgSI Iuiulou AHR S3 four d vs Erlti rigor Auj four Nioiiuhisvltlot AUK Slj three days fern Creels t Aujr 30 four diiyw HnnlliiHliurjr Aug 3 days llarbuurvlllc log SI throe days Florence Sept C three days Montlcullo Sept 0 three HuJKenvllSe Srpt 0 three days Moririntoxvn Sept 2J three days Paluiuuth Sept 5s tour daya Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence anil 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 er 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 CUMBERLAND TEL Co Incorporated School books for all grades can be found at new store of Leslie i i Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f You use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not satis factory in every as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked big roadand andafter accused I I o Fair cloys a rur U three tour Ulr4ic days I three u TEL j 4 after actually barnyard lookout a eea 1ersalles Aug days lug days days tnt days days are the can ways IIUSINKSS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean anti free 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 carnages call on Harbour lead Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would apprcci ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents best plant in this territory J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for ono medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to bo careful to get the BLACK DRAUGHTL- iver Medicine- The reputation of this old relia bit medicine for constipation in digestion and liver trouble la It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or It would not be the fa vorite liver with a sale than all others combined SOLD DTTOWN t A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS selections the genuine firmly sweepers hMI VWIh 1 DR W BARLOW DENTISTCrown Work douc at reasonable prices OOluc upstairs hi thcJoueo 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AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES i PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I after using one I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKnfS Banner Springs Tenn PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists AND 9100 AND l It AND t VI wasunable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr New Discovery and i Q I I tit Y r Kin s r Y5V A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your bdHlngs nod painting evwydays much to let decay tcr want of a little paint It coils lean to use good print than to go with out ft Ve use good punt cu out vycrfc Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine nail the most expensive colors The Liil of u Deter cracks 01 only of wear will remove it Lc u with you when ready to putt e guarantee a firslcla s and durable jab Doa put it off GROCERY CO COUGH AND CURIE THE LUE3C andfrostit I I nO G OARTER 7 t t we CI lea i rc GreenvHle rt1 LL THE S Q aka ll l vice WITH i 7 CARDUI 1f r The 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longer than ten tines will IMS published free of Sc per nut will be Inclines No variation of this rule to anyone Free sample copies wilt be mailed AdvertUemcntK will be Inverted A rate will bo furnlMUetl on nnuext re mlttwnocs payable to KKCOUI TUHi Grcenvlllot Ky THURSDAY JULY 21 JCntcred at the Greenville Ky poaloOlcc a eccon matter SOMB former opponents of postal savings banks feel already that they would not do without those clever little contrivances for anything SARAH is going to another tour of this country next winter If Sarah had been a pugilist the come back history would be different A SUBSTITUTE for radium is being offered so beware of imitations Open your purse and lay down 30 000000 on the table and insist on getting a half ounce of the genuine article A MAN In Missouri who wrote his will in poetry cut his two sons off with one dollar each There should be no trouble to set the will aside as the poetry is reported to be weak and so the will can be easily broken UNCLE Jon CANNON was while making a speech in Kansas last week being overcome by the heat This is only the first volley uncle Joe will find that they are making it hot for him all over the country A MAN named Kcon in Grafton He may have been corrupted by the name of the which he resided THAT New Jersey man who died after going for thirtyone years with out speaking missed a great oppor tunity He should have lived and sold to peevish husbands for the use of their wives correspondence courses in his great art AT the first public trial of the new monorail line last week the twenty passengers were all more or less in jured when something went wrong It is not a pleasant means of trans portation but the Old and original monorail the fence rail appears to be the safest Planning to take the longest con tinuous railway journey possible on the earth Secretary of Dickin son has decided in returning from the Jhillippines to use the Siberian railway He will then be in a position on his return to un derstand how much of a factor that great railway will be in determining Russia will play in the far cast and to what extent it will be possible for the road to figuie as a military factor in shaping the affairs of the future in that part of Asia of a Bachelor Young girls should make the most of their birthdays for In after they to have them Marriage by elopement is often followed by a second but separate hurried departure Love at first sight is often iudif ference or disgust on second sight It is more popular in society to tell a flattering lie than a needed truth and this is not confined to society either After marrying for money many a man wishes he had been brought up to work for a living Marriages ou short acquaintance frequently dp not last for real acquaintance Many apnrent weeps when a child marries because there are so many It good cook to fix up any thing to cat so that a man cannot tell what it is Many a woman who attempts to drive her husband 6UCjCe dsat leas so far as to get away home I t not A for card all Ill make to n 1 o 4Li j y om YPnln n tot town in I tF I 1it t I t t I thepart 1 t Deflections years cease h let J t J lll HI ill pddres eommu Itatiuus and make all class BRRI HARDY prostrated 1111 Went to jail rather thaw pay War Transxp 0 S f r long enuug I takes a him pro M Y J S n h Justification What is It The bible meaning is approval God approves of what is done Bible justification docs not imply pardon To be pardoned scriptunl ly and to be justified arc different subjects however from creed teach ings they mean the same thing a man is pardoned he is justified no distinction is made between the This is unscriptural only so but is altogether misleading Let us take a few bible examples to illustrate what we mean Here arc two men who have gone into the temple to pray One a Pharisee the other a Publican The Pharisee stood up and in haughty boastful way bragged what he had done and thanked God that he was not like other men The Publican did not so much as lift his eyes but smote his breast saying God be merciful to me a sinner Christ said ot this man that he down to his house justified rather than the other There was no par don extended to either but God ap proved of the humble spirit of the Publican rather than the other that is the lesson of the parable Take Romans 5 chap i v There fore being justified by faith we peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ Here we have same lesson brought out but in fuller sense Paul is not speaking of their pardon but of their having been approved of God and so faith they had peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ know that this meaning of Romans 5th chapter ist verse ruins many fine sermons but I can not help that Let us have the truth though the heavens fall The apostle has more to say than any of sacred writers upon the subject justification All of his contention about the law of Moses with all o its works was to show that by deeds of that law no man could meet the approbation of God God approves of what we do if we d what He commands Let us take an example Abraham was justified when he offered Isaac his son as a sacrifice not pardoned no reference is had to pardon God approved of Abrahams faith it was right and it was imputed to him fo V oousness and he stood approve to the severest test possible Isaac was his only son the son of prom ise yet God commands him to of fer Isaac a sacrifice upon the altar Had Abraham lived in tIns age ol the world an ags he might have been urged to take a lamb or a kid from the flocks for a sacrifice and save his boy Had he done so jt never would have been written that Abrahams faith was imputed to him for righteous ness it would never have been writ ten by the apostle James that Abra ham was justified approved when he offered Isaac upon the altar I will now prove to the reader that my teaching as to the meaning of justification is correct See Tim verse And without controversy great is the mystery of Godliness God was manifest in the flesh justified in the spirit seen preached unto the believed on in the world and received up into glory Christ was justified in what sense In the same sense as was Abraham in the same sense as we are justified God approved of every act of his sou When Jesus was baptized God approved of the act It was right Jesus sand to John Suffer it to be so now for it becomes us to fulfill all righteousness The primary meaning of righteousness is doing right What Abraham did in offer ing his son was right so his faith was imputed to him for He was justified in the spirit approved of God so Jesus Christ was justified in the spirit approved of God Now my gear reader which do you believe what the creeds teach that pardon and justi fication are one and the same or do you believe what the bible teach es that to be justified is to be ap proved of God That justification does not imply pardon TO my contention would be to make Christ a sinner If justifica ilea means forgiveness then Christ was pardoned Do you see the predicament every one is in who teaches that justification implies for giveness of sins Here is the awful mischief of creeds they contuse the bible student and worse still they contradict the word of God Is it not strange that m almost every theological school the course of study to be pursued the bible is the last book to be taken up Thus our young men when they come to take 4 p e word of God have spent If terms and wrongnot a of up went and have the a by I Paul the of the I ofsubstitution 3dchap 16 ofangels u Jp f 77 Gentiles righteousness disbelieve 1yR e I f o c two or three years in studying the opinions of certain authors and these opinions have been woven in to a veil which is over his under standing and he is often unable to make the scriptures harmonize with his theories and rather than give up his preconcicvcd opinions he concludes that one of two things is true That the translation is wrong or that the bible is too great a mystery for hun to understand lIe docs not for one moment question the creed he has learned The trouble must be with the translators or he is just unable to understand the scriptures Jesus said search the scriptures If I hold to which is not in harmony with the bible I give that thing up as wrong and accept of what the bible teaches Now is not that just the thing for all to do J II JAMKS Odd Items of Interest A century ago farmers reaped their grain with sickles one acre being a fair days work In the farming districts of Russia it costs to hire a horse for one day and is d to hire a man At Koshikawa the Japanese arsenal turns out 200 rifles and 200000 cartridges a day In Maine a man attached to a life saving station at Small Point amassed a sufficient number of swords of the swordfish to build a picket fence forty feet in length In an old town of New Hampshire there is a house the yard of which is inclosed with a fence constructed of the old pew doors of the Brattle street church of Boston This fence once fell the jar of the cannon ball that struck the church full in the face in the revolutionary days There is a tradition among the Jews that the custom of making fools on the first of April arose from the fact that Noah sent out the dove on the first of the month corresponding to our April before the water had abated To perpetuate the memory of the great deliverance of Noah and his family it was customary on this anniversary to punish persons who had forgotten the remarkable circumstances connected with the date by sending them on some boot less errand similar to that on which from the window of the ark Very few people ever stop to ob serve what very useful things animals tails are to their owners Horses cows and other creatures use their caudal appendages as fly flappers Cats squirrel and many more twists them around their necks for The rat has raised the use of his tail to a fine art for by its means it guides the blind and steals jelly oil and cream out of jars and bottles The raccoon catches crabs with its tail and the monkey finds his tail a valuable asset in swinging its way through his native forests Fish steer their way by means of their tails the anteater uses his bushy tail as an umbrella while the vanity of the peacock is fed by the beauty of its tail feathers c 7d comforters anything government RINTING JoB Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Programs Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Pct Note Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything WRITE ten PRICES ALB FENCE Co 0 KALB1LL1 KANSAS CITY MO PostersCirculars Had gi r I Cards REVOLVING tNfrhFG i T T WESTERN KENTUCKYS GREATEST FAIR HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR 9ft 91 MADISONVILLE Li Great Array of Races Ring Shows and Vaudeville Attractions Something Going on All the Time See the GREAT DERBY RAGE on Wednesday July 20 I I jy uu u u u o i iiEo1E o E iCiiti i XCh o it I GREAT JULY 19 L3I I I m I l1 EE iE iE E n EE n iEgn iEn Z 1 a t TT TIlE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY A Wickliffc V G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin J Purycar C M Martin T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management BlACKlll ROM GENERAL INSURANCE n I DIRECTORSW E no F a- We represent the Home Insur ance o of H Y I rr r writes all kinds of firm and city property that rte FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT LIABILITY sons BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY ilk s 01 DEPOY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated 2 We have just added an Undertaking Department to our wil carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas ji fcejs RqbeSj ujts yrappers presses Also have a Hearse jj in servjce on anywhere in this line given prompt fi ft and careful attention any hoqr or njght Telephones Store HOL Rp Ko K or Ho 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO I- W Mf DEPOY KENTUCKY Subscribe for The Record Only 50c EMPLOYERS i 7 J SUANNON m m O ijj l ij to W i j i t W m i j f ii J Undertaking Department i HS9 t and Ii ii i i- I P C l1 e e e 0 r t f P lf 7 t r 3h ill I t i t t J 1 tir lt landf lei to hl l Jet 11 Mt l E lt l t l lit call r ers coy t lO- Jft lit t f 1 t R F P MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating past solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by O Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational indus trial and political welfare fV jp Pertinent mJitigiul bn matters of publicintefes A free want and exchange column for use of all subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices 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 and to serve them when needing anything in the job line operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed your patronage we SENTINEL R J 1 ell in oldcustomers Allmachinery c L y at MUIILENBft r of its ti y t f r i Our Way of Selling Paint Is tp make you satisfied by giving you material cloes you wa t it to If its a floor woodwork table bathtub or the fcquse atfrQut Jo paiqt or varnish or stain we supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this be cause we sell the perfect ACME QOALJY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar markWith purchase of the Acme Qualify kind we fry fTJie jptflfse pf faints afid only com book ever A Greenville Milling Go Incorporated pq who enamel pu S esfPH t p that gbal g- je 9lltp ve F ublish4 TIif ii 3tt 1 1 I t c ACME Xi QUALITY 41 WAllPAPER Special Prices I at RoarkSr 7 tt r 7 rii hot biscuit hot breadpastry are 1 f t lr d CAKE lessened Incost tta p and increased- in quality and wholesomeness Iby 1OYAII Bake the food at home and save money and health m Powder I C R LOCAL TIME CARDR I MOUTH BOCKD HO 123 Ixtulsrllle Express ll23a 102 Express ini Louisville Limited 408am 130 Central Cltynccom SOUTHIJOOKD- NO 135 Paducah and Cairo nccom 515am 121 Fulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special 340pm 103 N O Spec paswr only 120 am Tune 5 1010 Agt FAITH BY GEORGE SANTAYAND Santayattd who U assistant profes sor of philosophy at Harvard was at Madrid 16 1B63 and I of Spanish descent ne watt educated at tier lin and Cambridge He was Hyde lecturer at Paris tire ago and Is the writer of as well as of certain books on philosophy 0 World thou cbooaent not the better It Is not wisdom to be only wise And on the vision close the eyes not It 1s wisdom to believe the heart Columbus found n world and had no chart Save onethat faith In the skies To trust tbe souls Invincible surmise Was all his science and his only art Our knowledge H n torch of smoky pine That lights tbe pathway but one tttep ahead Across a void of mystery nnd dread Bid then the tender light of faith to shine By which alone the mortal heart Is led Unto the thinking of the thought divine Give us your job work Miss Eula Langley spent Sunday m Central City with her parents Needles for all sewing machines at RoarVs Sunday closing is now in general effect all stores being ordered clos cU Summer almost half gone and this begins to look like a nocircus year H Cornette the coat man be fore you buy coal Mr Paul Pannell has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Franklin A carload of western horses the first shipment here in some time is being sold this week Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Mr and Mrs L S Miller are spending several days in Madison villa with relatives Mr W H Brizendjne day in Qwensbarp with hs brqlhert MF Marcellus flriaendine Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Freight receipts here have at last shown a slight decrease but the vol ume is still heavy for the season Mr S D McGee and family of Slocum Ala are here on a visit to the family of Rev J H James Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Is the voice of the lake and woods calling caljing and the vacation feeljng you gtcajjngj ThP rajnt w d anil HH V blowing off limbs and several r Call on Leslie Hale next to First rj sundries cigars tobacco etc I Thomas Saulsbury a well known young colored man died at his home v south of town last Friday and l4 buried Saturday afternoon o 154 pm 715 pm O a ttO I of 00 cGOOd lcourt t t 1 See t I I 1 to 1 t3 I pen qq 1 I 7 t1 I f t j Iti tf six h ll l afternoon did some damage to trees I uprooting 4 t I ll 1of National Bank for candies books 3 t d I rYf m a w d0atwranD tl i a 1 r parts 5 j F ttaoFlt ng t ettted the square J i SS s r Y s t S e tS i 4 5 0 3 t- u s Mr 4 y u R 1 over stealing a a tutI i 4- r t i f- e itu wa tt I41t- s2kf TilE RECORD SOl per year Back to the Land is making an impression on many minds Messrs Shaver Kimmel have addeda grist mill to their plant and will soon be ready to grind Nothing finer in the way of weather than that we have been getting this week could be desired Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD The cleaning up of the court squarcwould almost make it unani mous in the metropolitan section It has been fally weather this week but that is much better than the falling weather of the past few weeks Sec the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Dawson Springs it is reported is rapidly filling with summer resprtcrs That being the case they should boil the water Mr J W Lam is to improve the Old Inn property by having a along the Main Out of coal Telephone 2322 for quick service and good coal Mr and Mrs W A Martin and family of Paducah have been spending some days here with relatives and friends Mr Dorris James of Pinkncyville Ills arrived last Saturday and will make a visit days to his parents Rev and Mrs J H James summer I r ofsome corn concrete pavement tai 0SttrlCt 1 Cry Foi firstclass livery service including closed call on Barbour Head The electric light plant was out of commission a short while Satur day morning caused by rainstorm but the damage was quickly repair ed Carload shipments of ice from our plant are still the rule and this business is being handled without the least interference with local and country demands See the very latest thing in carpet sweeper It is likely t sjt are Jaqn ry motifs fc being in by a pnvctica1 mart who desires to locate here The enter prise should prove a profitable one A man who claims to have figured it up declared that we have almost eight miles of concrete pavement and walks city This is a greater amount than many cities of 10000 in the state have Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Messrs Jarvis Williams have just installed National Cash Reg ister of the latest cjcsign and arc now jn o close pripeg op cash Hats just o gP the rnaphfae work Stumpsucking horses arc common but perhaps most of readers have never heard of a stump sucking hog Bob Jackson that he knows of one that was recent ly sold In his neighborhood Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch carriages T I oar I to hare a the In this I tO itiq p cia T suPPlie- s 1 I 1 sat ks lye vests atFd mib q s t ou t LovcllBaynes Marriage Miss Irene Lovcll daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Lovell of this city and Mr Frank Baynes of Louisville were united in marriage by pastor H W Burwcll in the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church at Paducah at 9 30 oclock last Friday morning The wedding was a complete surprise to our peo ple the elopement being well plan ned Miss Lovcll left here to join her sister and some friends at Dawson Springs but was joined by Mr Baynes at Nortonville and went on to Paducah The bride is one of the bright and attractive members of our younger set and the groom has made many friends during hh short stay here He i a traveling salesman in this terri tory for the grocery firm of Ouer backer Gilmorc Co of Louis ripe and a hustling young business man The couple arc in Louisville but will return the latter part of the probably make their home here Congratulations and best wishes are being extended from all quarters Postmaster Miller Gets 1M Raise The report of Postmaster Miller for the year ending June 30 showed receipts of more than 4200 and this was sufficient increase for a raise of 100 in salary which the government granted This office grows constantly and in sufficient volume to cause an increase in the postmasters salary of 100 about every two years When Mr Miller took charge of the office about n ago the salary was 1100 and there has by this last increase raise of 500 in the salary Is it cooking coal you want Call 2322 and have it delivered at per load The Hopkins Fair is being held this week at Madisonvillc and will draw many Muhlenbergers Building operations are just a lit tle slack at the present but some important ventures arc being con templated It is getting to be a tad this pavement movement And it has struck any town Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks Mr H E Farley is correspond ing with a firstclass shoe maker and will probably add this depart ment to his harness shop Mr W A Nesbit aged 77 years died at his home in Madisonvillc from a complication ot ailment s last Saturday He was one of the lead ing citizens of the county of the wealthiest men in western Kentucky The I C will run a special excur sion train to Paducah leaving here on Tuesday Aug 3 at 225 p m returning leaving Paducah at 10 p m Wednesday The round trip rate from this point is 150 with corresponding low rates from all stations If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery Prospcctjng work is being PT q crefl PP tic opgacrc rppently purchased Mr W A Wipkliffe The lend 13 rich in coal and holes arc being sunk to decide the best point of making the opening which will be on the I C near Nelson There arc a few flagrant violators of the order to cut weeds and clean up premises and the authorities should get after the offenders Some of the spots are right in the heart of town near the churches and other buildings that should be kept in san itary attractive condition Get Hamptons magazine and TilE RECORD for the price of the magazine in China for several years engaged in missionary work in a maintained by the M E South is expected here where he will join his wife who a few months ago Mr Reed has done excellent work and has had the fullest support of his wife in all his efforts they have been given a release so that they may rest and visit relatives and friends and it is likely that they will return to the foreign j I supposedly i weekand years beena 150 h e ACt t andone S of- f1 b aonOi ft T who has p school- r church- r returned- s field 1 J t fPr concrete don tract nla bar geed het 3 GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need WIS JIArJB No Public Debt Low Tax Rate 75c per 100 Special Inducements for Factories Baker and Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Oils 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 Twentyfive Merchants Four Barber Shops v 12500 A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Whites 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 More miles of concrete pavement than any town in State in town 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 WJQ NEED Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant Dairy Florist Truckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homes iDrayman and Better Streets Additional Boarding Houses Public Park Lake and Baths 1 More Workmen all lines Extension of Water Service City Hall Music Store Uptodate Restaurant 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 All Expense Tour Yellowstone Nation al Park Colorado and Utab Personally conducted 17 day trip leaving Louisville Monday August i via Monon Route spending five days in Yellowstone Park and stop ping at Salt Lake City Glenwood Springs Manitou Colorado Springs and Denver Side trips to points of interest Pijvate carS throughout journey parked during Yellowstone Tour 175 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 Coal men are active and a great part of the winters supply has been contractedCherry is becoming one of the most attractive in town and the improvements are to be contin ued by Mr A W Duncan who will put a concrete pavement along his residence property No matter wha typewriter you use rjbbons or jt aje in stock at tins Mr Clair DeWitt left the latter part of the week fur Mont Eagle Tenn where he will spend the sum mer He was delayed some weeks on account of illness but hopes the climate and water of this delightful resort will soon put him back in full vigor He is clerk in one of the largest resort hotels there Roark has Rockwell dust shield one of the neatest practical items on the market I J ot Y M C r j t cc iL andmost r j J Ir t i Light Delivery v r pRjcc r corner u r That Weed Ordinance Several days ago there was an order from the mayor directing property owners to cut weeds and generally put their premises in sani tary conditions To do its part the marshal has had a crew of men and the alleys and neglected public places have had attention The ef fect has been almost completely gratifying and would have been en tirely so but for the fact that a few individuals have failed to pay the slightest heed to the order or the improvements going on around them Trusting that these few remarks etc Sunday Ctosiag Obeyed The ordinance against the open ing of stores was put into effect last Sunday For several years this law has existed but lately there has been a disposition on the part of a few persons to keep their places open and the thing has grown hence the orders of the mayor to the police force to sec that all stores and shops shall be kept closed on Sunday Last Sunday the order was generally obeyed Hubert the nine months of Mr and Mrs Herbert Pcnrod died of dysentery at their home near water works park yesterday and will be buried today Stair carpet fasteners and corner dust shields at Roarks All finishes in stock Work will soon be started on the Sundayshool room of the Methodist church the building committee hay ing decided to have the work done under their supervision after having had some bids submitted It is be lieved that a substantial saving can thus be made Mr Shutt left the first of the week for Earhngton where he has accepted a position with the L N railroad company He pass ed the examination and went to work Tuesday morning He will be in the train scivice and starts as a fire man His many friends hope he may make rapid progress Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Sn this state It is reported that the I C rail road will reduce the grade just of the station hcre On account of the curve and grade combined it is a hard matter to start heavy freight and passenger trains Frequently it is necessary to back down the track to get a start sufficient to pull trains out of here Mr D U Poole is doing the grad ing for the concrete pavement that will be built in front of the Hum phrey addition near the depot This plot of ground will prove an attrac tive section and lots will doubtless bring prices showing new values in real estate which is jumping by great leaps all over town Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop Mrs Callie Smith wife of iIr George Smith of Mud wa examined before Judge Tues day afternoon and a jury adjudged her to be of unsound mind and di rected that sho be taken to Hopkins ville for treatment It is thought that she will son be restored as her condition is brought about by physical ailments which it is hoped will soon be corrected Court square which should be an example and incentive to every man in town and the county by being kept In the best possible condition is very much of an eyesore and detracts greatly from the attractive building The lot should be graded and sodded trees plant ed and made an artistic inviting spot Pisiufccting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls frqtu near and far Are answered promptly The charges are reason able Mr Win Bader our foreman who spent several days last week in Louisville New Albany and Jeffer sonville with relatives and friends saved a small child from being run down on the streets of Louisville A small girl had wandered away from home and todjllcd out into the street a street car and a cart both appear ing thus confusing the child when Mr binder seeing the the baby issued oldson n Berne rYr r 9 r River I perilrescued U 7 r ice cleaned r M 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 J A GILLMAN Manager J J p fIfIfi 3 i i I i H r- Cr e ees s e ee es e u o e 1 o es e a s e e s sae s e e No More Drinks on Trails The new law making it a heavy offense for carrying or drinking whisky on trains is having a notice able effect for the better as the trainmen now have police power and arc enforcing the law Several people have been made to throw bottles and jugs of whisky out the windows between here and Central City as the train men gave them or being turned over to the authorities Until recently con ditions have been dangerous on these trains at times Get in the band wagon cut weeds Interest in the approaching county teachers institute is growing Miss Pearl Rice of Auburn Ills is here on a visit to relatives and friends Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks- i This is the concrete age and Greenville is the concrete town in Miss Flossie Tinsley of Central City has been here with the family of Mr W II on a short Mrs Mattie Bellar of Tampa Fla who has been here for some days on a visit to her mother Mrs W H DeWitt will return to her home the latter part of the week Put aircushion tops on typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them The weed fighting crusade contin ues and at the present rate of pro gress the conflict will result in the next ten days m the extermination of every weed in town So may it be Carrie Caruth Ford the IS month old girl baby of MJ and Mrs Floyd Ford died at their home five miles south of town last Saturday of flux and burial was at Friendship Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock I J 0 DeWitt visit alternative Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane or other item that you silverware umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner The fiscal court has been in ses sion a few days this week planning road improvements and other mat ters and sold a 37 acre section of tne county farm to the W G Dun can Coal Co at a price of 15 per The councilmen are considering the purchase of a battery of goats to help property owners in keeping down the weeds removing tin cans wire broken crockery glassware aud the like Do you need one Put in your application at once Mattie wife of Mr F D Han cock in her 56th year died at his home two and a half miles south of town at 230 oclock Tuesday morn ing after an illness of about a year from tuberculosis were conducted by Rev W H Woodson at the home at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon and interment was In the Crittenden graveyard The husband and five children sur vive and have the sympathy pi many friends acre Funeralservices rKx r CITY ORDINANCES An ordinance to improve a portion pavements on the East and Vest side of Main street in the City of Greenville Ky The City Council of the City of Greenville Kentucky do ordain as followsThat concrete pavements shall be 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 2i ft B C May hugh 24 ft and J R Mahugh 24 ft to Russell alley and on the west side of said street beginning at alley J R Mayhugh 25 ft C 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 thr City of Greenville now in force and ef feet and shall be done at the cost of the owners of the ground front4 bylaw Sec 3 Said pavements shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a neat and work manlike 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 THE RECORD in which to complete this work In the event ot 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 jpio J W LAM Mayor ORJEN L ROARK Clerk Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Said by Twate A young lady once asked Mark Twain if he liked books for Christ mas gifts Well that depends drawled the great humorist If the book has a leather cover it is really valuable as a razor strop It it is a brief concise work the French write it is useful to put under the short leg of a wobbly ta ble An old fashioned book with a clasp cant be beat as a missile to a dog and a large book like a geography is as good as a piece of tin to nail a broken pane of glass On the question of the practicability of prohibition he expressed his views on another occasion as fol lows a friend of temperance and I want it to succeed but I dont think prohibition is practical The Germans you see prevent it them They have just in vented a method ot making brandy out ot sawdust Now what will Prohibition have when a man can take a ripsaw and go out and get drunk with a fence rail What is the good of prohibition if a man is able to make out of the shingles of his roof or if he can get the delirium tremens br drinking the legs tbQ kitchen table Just the thing for the corners ot and for stairways the dust shield See it Roarks ofthe Russell and T O 1t i I ntfhraVro 1UtItBilJ side r 4 f to c suchas hurlat Lookat brandmashes off t Pil 1 o t jc jt t rBryan t rWt rr x q tt jam chance rooms Rockwell P f ROARK Fvirniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfectioni 1 4 0 f 1 II t1 Aj It r 11 H W lIp per 1 j ROJt v rii tyiwa f avid 1 t at Grave t 1 VomausWoddr Mrs Lionel Marks Victor In jShA pre Thcater Contest J 1 a UIW 31AUES WINNin OP 1500 1JIIZE Josephine Preston Peabody who Is fclrs Iilouol Marks of Cambridge Mass IB tho winner of the jirlo 1500 Offered by one of the governors of the Shakespeare Memorial theater nt for the best play submitted for production nt the Ihd ator Six hundred mid fifteen plays were sent to the reading committee which selected two which were submitted to the Duke of Argyll whose decision Is in favor of Mrs Marks play entitled The 1ipor It deals with th old story of the Pied Piper of Hntuellu The play Is to bo produced on May 5 whoa according to the conditions of the competition the prize Is to be presented to the successful authoress on time stage of the Memorial theater The Piper deals mainly with the wanderings of that quaint character and his little charges after the poet Drowning had consigned them Into the Hollow mountain The Pled Piper Is made a gay glad stranger with email lebhnk companions He conics to namolln and offers to clear that rat infested town for a thousand guilders itiuploying his musical pipe to do so The town snaps up his offer With nppnrcut ease he accomplishes the Teat which has balked the local otll qlals The contract payment however s iit forthcoming and the frugal Jownsncpple offer him instead guil dersWhan he protests they threaten to oars oDd taunt him with an I V ilTSUcJl Til lit C to in right f v of thorn In their nighties In the midst of all the Piper marches out of the town triumphant The par ty thou goes to a emu The second jflfct shows the cave Michael one of mountebanks followers n sword fiwnllowcr has fallen in love with Barbara tho burgomasters daughter who was not enticed into the Pipers train The Piper nut bin assistants do their utmost to amuse their little fol lowers and the Pled Piper himself makes Tan the crippled son of Kurt a pair of winged shoos which the lit tie follow wants the Lonely Man to see The Lonely Man Is a statue of QJjrlst outside the Ilamciin church Slichael the sword swallower hears his sweetheart Barbara is to be con signed to n by the townspeo ple nt the behest of public opinion Citizens swear that the burgomaster cannot have his little girl while the rest go childless The Piper meets the chanting pro cession en the way to tho nunnery and commences furious playing The Jiyinu wavers nud tiic marchers mence to dance They whirl off like leaves In n tempest Barbara is taken away from them herself bewitchod and given to Michael who loves her fondly Tiid bewitched Barbara however lavishes her affections on the Piper hlmiolf who Immediately casts away tho spell front her nud she becomes Michaels mate What all burgh ers of Ilnmolln could not accomplish Vcrouikn mother of the crippled Jan does She alone beards the Piper In and he is touched by her splr JtuaJ Dflgskm He fights his battle before the Jonely Mon Is humbled nUll gives IJanmHii bnclc tier children alit goes his jviy ft wanderer over Mile world Veddinj Invitations They near pet be unless tho recipient an Intimate friend Then a may be cntAn announcpjMMt djnand rppJy- flie nuttier of wedding gifts IH of wan a miftottirtl qii3tion There tn n number of well bred persons who do not respond to an in vitation with a gift bcllevji that it la pour taste to send gifts to tjipm whom thoy scarcely Jcnow to whose wedding they may have been invited for swine reason Of course the 1nct that one Knows the groom rather than the makes no difference oUt way or tn r other It is to the brldi that the gift Js sent An at home card Ineloxed in the invitation necwwltntw a call within the unto named or If lives in n distant city n sent by post The A nil and the Fly Th fly cart ivhfcj- Ttwiight he made rJI iho aounri lie ho mirtf the emit gt on And movie tIe Wheel fo round The fly ri n rart whroi Has ii ur yin i finne Fir ii wi coVjsjil And l6 ya sr the ehra A edit hlslo tIck anti rthe cjirt wh ci Thins makes the wheels 10 h i Jitrn T iU lt ItiKliw Cilnan ia ro runner t 1 to l JI 1 v IIJI slIt c tm1tonUItrc loll I tIle r 1 Ii the d rntel 1 I com- t 1 the t 1 j f I i answered II 16 I J Sll1tnluUJJY 1 mia y Ieo 1q lou t r tit t but ta 1 POI t toe site i1 t uJ0 t d 44 It 1tt t 10 oft Stratford onAvon t S liIS MdddellQtl I comer it r the nunnery j t w s 4 4 tie dent out- S S T note t4 t butt a of courtesy 4 brit J rt omit l card e s pon the fit l v the I rrr Ktri I hcdme4 itval aye dos t 1 i r Breeding Stock For Market Value In this period of extremely high prices for iced it becomes a lending question with the stockman as to wlici her or nut Ill cnn afford to make specialty of feeding stock for the mtrkiM think not Probably no line rritr Is of greater ituportaiKe liiiiii the Ihanitrtcr nf the animals to bo fed whfthvr lures cattle sheep or swine Fording experiments on animals for mwit production Itnvo genorally shown that the breed sloes not play so impor tant a part in absolute gain in weight AS might be supposed For example Molstoln and Shorthorn steers led side by side with the same food might make much the saute relative gains In live weight Animals of common or native stock were among the poorest in overage dully gain In live weight That is the ease as might logically be supposed though it is not Invariably so Cattle of small slxe of dairy type will at best make n poor showing in Mesh produc this question Involving breeding mId feeding Is the character of the meat derived from the animal On the mar ket n steer with plenty of Aberdeen Angus Shorthorn or Hereford blood with rood conformation fetches the highest price That Is because much of his fat is distributed on time outside of the rigs nUll on the back and fleshy ports while the native or dairy type of steer has his deposted Internally 1 I Inn b lions U2STIXO IN FIELD with a much greater percentage of waste The butcher lads n thicker liner fleshed cut of meat with the ani tool of beet bred lines than of the er sort In general the preceding statement has equal application fur sheep and swine It Is true that In this country range sheep with considerable Merle bloom will give essentially equally gocigalns for the food consumed will some of our well known pure brads If the above statements are correct and they mire as based op much ex perimental evidence thou it N Jargply a question of type or function that feeder must consider How Is he get the right sort of animals o gn curt the returns He may buy feeders In the big stockyards and tho bettor they are the more purity of blood tliiv will show and It well fell the higher the prkC they will bring whoa turned off fat Time butcher knows nt once that a well fattened highly bred AberdeenAngus I C TTLY tit I s c oil n t lint gyp e LVMIJS AND EWES IN VASTCIIB From Breeders Gazette Chicago strut or Southdown wether or Berk shire will kill out among the best It is absolutely a case where blood will tell It It a singular thing that so people will pcrslut in keeping low gently unprofitable stock even tinder the best of cltf unislaniPS The results of careful study of many dulry herds In this country have hovn a largo number of rows Mint did opal enough milk rui t pus ir h ep Thiy vtvt l a dliff tit the ox pence of their owners Wo urea to irii more rnreful ventory of 8t fc to vo tl out tic un i jwofltsMe ones rrd Miy or hired a j tH t rPrrt a profit maker f high cUiS4 N t only heals one study his or h V but It will pay him to im KtiiTa t rmrkot and get I clear in hH itlwl tu ry e that is ren dering a pr it ilii it Where c r jnrvi s such a policy as j pwiorU use of high priced i ctdJiii ttu I pays otherwise not luau not fur rt type lIt I t bon secure n fill tt JJ If 4 J barrow seer tin t A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded by Science Tho Doctor writs his prescription hi Latin nnd tho patient to whnt sho Is Sho takes that much on faith Jf it should curo her silo doesnt know wits cared her Jf tin proscription injure her sho doesnt know Tho physician Is experimenting 7lUi Camotlnos hU inoul clime is successful tQ c so but often not This mystor7 c G cyjcoalcd pro Is auv irystlfy to blind lima t of vldo ail nail i i tntio ilod not belo iQ iry i i ptH ace does lu it to lyt rc i that Naturo rrovi l t vUici la n ca sarv for our u ti rr I hiWhen tho wuntaa sy u tho r j it will to sunshiao l ciorfulnvss and ra t wh n i bl ivo of ImalUi seriously dl9turoi t th doctor belluvei that h 5 at hand tho balance cf for cowl in our Amnrluii forests nra many plant which correct and curl tliy o ailments which cause women to suiTcr with baoknchu pains pain in tho buck or front of tho nervous ness and lassitude AI st ell wonirn who logo Nature who Hko t wander thrniigli tho Wood Lava at ono trio or picked the l of tho Slipper This is not only n n v useful root of this when treated property with glyceriiM t extract its In all cases nervous excitability cr irritability Prof other authority Prof F Elllngrvood D says of this pltint nervous conditions depending disorders tho fcinalo organs Another plant which Is fre found in our forests la llolonlas or Unicorn root Thn AMKKI cK of this plant that it possesses a decidedly an of tho general system with weakness or dull or bimbosacral small of the bade region In of tho womanly organs it is ono of our most acting as a uterine tonic and gradually removing abnormal samo tlmo It Imparts tono and vigor to tho organs It Is in ca irregularities and painful periods Prof A particular phase removed it Is tho despondency that often attends to tho ailments 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