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Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates fr r lltIJloII JI3i llXIIXIXnca UtJIXIJCXIwJnomvl Bear in mind that has splendid selections of k 1 t Singularities Difficulties of the Chinese language were ably demonstrated when the problem arose of adapting it to te legraphy How was it possible to apply the Morse alphabet to a lan guage which hasno alphabet at all but consists of nearly 44000 charac ters Then it was impossible to treat Chinese down the sound of the Chinese words in European letters and translating them into Morse dots and dashes because no such system could deal with the Chinese niceties of intona tion The ingenious solution came from a Danish professor Me ply codified the 7000 commonest Chincsp characters representing by numerals Thus the Chinese word for cash became 6030 the code and the operator had only to send the code signal for that According to Dr Anderschon a Norwcigian scientist all diseases and injuries are registered on the iris either by color spots or lines each organ of the body being con nected up with the iris and having its representative place there The right eye is the indicator for the right part of the body and the left eye the indicator for the left half The new system of diagnosis is said to have been discovered by Irof Peozely of Poland who in his buy houd caught an owl and the birds right leg was broken The buy no a black stripe in its right He kept the bird and found that when the fracture was well the black line disappeared Harry Bonnets a miner from Camborne Cornwall England has been awarded the King Edward medal for bravery at the Kandfon tein mine Johannesburg South Dec 31 last He descended the mine after an explosion and nine natives from suffocation and was himself eventually taken up unconscious His tether at 01111 TFoin hefisIeeiVptiiltb a loud report and her was great ly disturbed She was sure had happened to her son in South Africa Different Kinds of Girls I know some girls who are strong on art and they all have lofty eye and they paint me scenes in the busy mart and pictures of pea green cows and I say Its great While the ages whirl your glory shall never fade But sad heart yearns for the old unto girl who bragged of the bread she nude One girl can talk of the ancient Greek and prattle of abstruse things and my whiskers curl and my heart grows weak as to the lore she springs I always hand her a big bouquet for the knowledge that shes displayed but ah for the girl of an elder day who bragged on the bread she made I know a damsel who plays the harp and sings till you cannot rest and the golden voice of the females harp is balm to the savage breast but oft as she opens her face and shrieks some song of the highest grade I think of the girl with the freckled cheeks who bragged of the bread she made Deal at home as much as possible your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of property Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept U nix dnyu Danville Axip 3 three days Lexington Aug 8 six days Tnylorsvllle AM 0 four dais Uniontown lug 9 live days IIurrtHlsburp Aug 0 four day Lnwrcuccburf Aug 10 Sbcphertlnvlllc Aug 17 three days Vrondhcnd Aug 17 three days Ewing Aug 17 four days Shclliyville Aujr 23 four days Kllznbethtown 23 three days 10111011 Aug 23 four days Erlnngcr Aug SI four lays Nieliolnrtvlllc Aug SO three days Yarn Cre k Aur 30 four days Hardltmuuri 30 three days Ilarbourville A up 31 three days Florence Sept C three days Moiitleclto Supt 0 three days IlodScnvIUc Sept 0 three days Morgantown Sept 22 three days Falmouth Sept 28 four days See Cornette the coal man be fore you buy coal l I phoneticallywriting in W Africa rescued ffir tt ti9l I c c tIttnlg t city rest U my I list Buildup tour Versailes AUI B four days S nil AlI 11 l ro ky4 i vE1I t sin cud eye liOrlltt something brow ss e SSSS SSSSSSS four daya r v 1 BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and free from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes has the best stair carpet fastener For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call fur a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory l Also selections appreciate j A Little Good Paint in Time Saves hen need painting every delay costs you sun min snow and otc in work Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a iiulc paint It leas to use good than to go with oat it Wo use nothing but paint on out work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we use never cracks or scales wear will remove it Lctu figure with you when ready to paint HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It is very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUCK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation in and liver trouble firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than nil SOLD IN TOWN AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I OurLuiJrgs money rOIl good s IIfL8Iec durable D J jt you P2 e costs 1Vc a itstdaeo and 06 f1XAEeiiegNR It fY e No 270 ship alt vehicles Direct from our Factory C O D Consumer subject to examination on 30 s free It is of the greatest importance to the Globe harness to have one who deals with us n pit nscd and Satisfied Customer No eflbtt to make each Mich excellent value in quality of material workmanship fini n and of vehicle that a Lasting Advertisement and bringus many orders return If we please you by nn honestly made buggy at a less the Middlemans 1rofie wIn recommend our goods to neighbor Our n Rood toour customer as it would be to a dealer If joodsuro not as rep resented money Is returned to you You Womanufucturo honest Vehicles and HarnrM v vo our customers money till orders promptly Write for our Free Uutftfy and Harncvt GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY REVOLVING DE KALR I LC KANSAS CITY MO 1 School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and supplies of nil kinds also fj We OU our r Caudugu Be t i 1 TWOIN ONE Ilu ant take no risk r t y rEhEAVY iR 1 vralTC rat vatc s- layI N Q school t try 4 a it DR J W BARLOW Bridge Work done at reasonable rlccn Office up stairs In the Junes Building Ky DR T J SLATON und SUrgconO- fllcc street near Mnlastreet 16 CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD GRAY Office la Greta Bolldiof opposite liUeide Hotel OR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home 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vau For headache backache periodical poti female weak ness many havo said 4 is the Sold in This City F medlc1na Try 111 t k1 WJi itIo40 tI rjAtj tiec oft 7 her bzt totsk Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck 1 J cIXOCXXPCIXIXIJtIXiX XXIJIIIXIIJIII z VOL XII NO 25 GREENVILLE THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEI Ky IThe Nervous Child in the Nervous Home It is a widely recognized fact that the child ot today and especially the citybred child of today is more noticeably a victim of nervous troubles than was formerly the case The importance ot this said fact to the family and to the community at large cannot be overstated As a noted authority on the disorders of childhood has put it The neurotic child of today is the neurasthenic adult of a few years hence Admitting this it follows that no pains are too great if by taking them we can lift the burden of its inheritance from the nervous child Unfortunately nerves arc very likely to run m families so that children are not only born with nerves but they have nerves thrust upon them afterward the overwrought adults of the house hold reacting upon the children and back again until a sort of hor rid family ring game is established from which no one seems able to escape A child wliich is predisposed to nerves brought up in an atmos phere of this sort will betray in many ways the havoc that is being wrought Its appetite may be fitful and capricious its sleep will almost certainly be disturbed and its tern per will be uncertain 1 he nervous child is often the iclim of morbid fear It is afraid of the of strangers afraid of everything and of nothing and this unhappy timidity is based upon and con scantly fostered by the continual suggestion of fear that is in the air they breathe There is only one safe rule to ap ply m these cases and it cannot be applied too soon Do not let a nervous adult bring up a nervous child It may be objected that this is a cruel rule and so it is for it f fywrt child The more nervous the mother is the sooner her child is placed in other hands to bring up the better for both of diem Let any one who doubts this watch the change wroughl in the child by a few weeks away from home in camp or on a farm or even in the same conditions of city life but in a household where calm and poise and quiet are the rule Inflexible regulations so neces sary for all arc essential in the training of the nervous child be cause it is only by them that a grad ual barrier of habit can be formed to shelter it from its inheritance Iron rules should prevail as to regularity of meals and bedtime Displays of or of ovcrsensiliveness or should be met with firmness in the one case or kindly indifference in the other They do not call for nagging or admiration or panic on the part of the elders The freight trains of the Lehigh Vajley Railroad are soon to be portable telephone outfits In case of breakdown be tween stations it is often difficult to communicate with the dispatcher and many delays are due to this cause It is expected that the tel ephones will do away with such de lays as they may be telephone wires at any point along the route by means of an extension pole which is hooked over the line The telephones will also be used on the passenger trains to permit pas sengers to communicate with their friends while a train stops at a sta tion Furthermore it will be pus sible to reach a passenger by phone provided one is aware of the train on which he is travelling by calling up the next station ahead and having a page call the passenger to the train telephone as soon as the train the station r P tI I thee I jI U 1 t i I u i darkafraid pus c 1 1 J J temper off morbidemotionality y 1 J 0 equippedwith connectedwith j otU n 01 s u r f prachs allymoans that ro nc natht situ e S wallpaper in stock ready for ery and sample of the finest papers made which can he procured on short notice after 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75 f I TakeI Jl FOR COLDS AND LUNGS I I1 Trial Biltli Fm I 11 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR i FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS this advertisement to us five days after it and telling us where they saw it will bo able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use I I Ifor only 25 The regular price is too Those who bring or mail 1 In Bad Fix I had a at the age of 41 which left me in bad fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers was unconscious for three days after that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick headache heart palpitation and many strange feelings I suffered greatly ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui taking Cardui lam so much better and can do all my housework PRINCIPAL f I BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY Gaul rSXsOaPOUAT- snSccond and Walnut Stroets r 4 w5t G z w l Since CARDUI The Womans Tonic HS Do rot alloy yourself to into a bad fix You might get in so bad you it hard to get out Better tie while there is time while are still in good health just to conserve your strength and keep you in top condition troubles whatever they are will grow smaller instead of will be on the upgrade instead of the down and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of health Get a bottle at your druggists today Advisetho use of a to keep the bowels open and prevent poisons of undigested food from getUnginto system The latest product ot is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reJtbte and cf a pleasant arcnatTc taste Velvo acts on the liver as well as on Uw scenario and bowels SK iscf the greatest possible elficacy u constipation indigestien l liijusfiess sick headache jvcr iess colictlatulcnce etc VF 1 n odcm c11 way gradually largeryou Y Physicians ien 1r your p w r LaxativeI fife year 0i r LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP I u t J Indcpllltlcnt Newspaper POWNKD UT RECORD PRESS J t CRDRVyV IV WN4M M4 I41r 4MnMA- Att t T lVINUAT Owfl P red ct OBttx L RoC Oicnx L ROAJOC EDITOR LoagDItce Telephone No 72 i Uo iu i Mmcx rc r of more ground Hour HITS KB YEAR IN ADYAKCL i tlon price of sad the tlnn tins xplrnl the paper will be Htoppcd rnk oMtunrv mitlftH tc It not iii will IH published free A Mr the will l e for N variation of this rule to nnyop l i copier will 1 tnniled riuU will l e needed A rate card ttrdon ro noMt- i i ooNiiHnMlcniloiiK t innltr nil re p Me to PRESS TlilRSDAY AUGUST 4 felO Hi ti the OrcvtiTlll Kjr jioetolUcc as ooa swatter photography is now ap jiml to surgery An nutochrome taken ot the diseased con lition genre operation so that the Mnunt may study the condition iid have a better means ot identi tnu Disease than the present black and white photograph affords onigR murderer has discover id how hard it is to escape Dr Thiwky Harvey Crippcn who is i linked with killing Ins wife in Ion Lurk a fcw wec4s ago was last Sun dIY arrested on the steamship Mon trust us it was nearing its dock Quebec Vith him was his liss Kthcl Clara Lcnevc was dressed as a boy and she is 1 as an accomplice Cnppen an American but hits lived in En laud years K SKIM t WESPLISC charged with tie murder of little Alma Kcllncr in ouisville last December was ar rested in San Francisco last Satur day and is now en route home was through the efforts of the Louis detective bureau that the arrest was made and after Wendling had been trailed more than 10000 miles through the west The prisoner de ni S his guilt but there is much evi H i connect him with fHe SvBiflhi hasnattractcd rmmitlcd fa the in many l Iluir JOHN G CAKUSIE tional character in political circles and a lawyer of international re puce died at 1059 oclock last Sat urday night at his apartments in dew Cork City of heart failure after rfn illness of only two days He was 75 years old and a native of Kentucky being born in Camp bell county Most of his life had been spent in this state but for the past thirty years he had spent the larger portion of his time in Wash Hilton and for several years he had livid m N w York where he moved after quitting public service and was engaged in the practice ot law The body was brought back to Cov in un where interment was made beside his wife and other members of family Nr i iv six per cent of humanity ht handed according to Dr jjlii Huber who has been studying me question of ambidexterity in the other 4 per cent In a general the doctor ascribes the right hand edncss of man to the equalizing of the hearts weight Its through the great arteries of left side of the anatomy and weight of the blood itself In the lower animals which have need of the use of the forepaws in hunting and feeding nothing suggesting the facilities of one paw over another is seen The cat seems equally expert in nabbing a mouse with either claw the money is ambidctr5us and the idiot of arrested development is classed as 50 per cent double hand ed Dr Huber docs not seem to touch upon right handcdness probably coming from tribal war We read today of the man stabbed through the heart and of us take for granted that brutal intent to murder is shown in the fact Rather it is the result today of right haiuicdness The man drives the knifo with his right hand at the vic tim facing him flow could be striking home in the heart re gion Aborigines protected the left side with the shield anti drove the spear with the right hand Why if not to reach the recognized vital part of the human frame To HHojj eneuriy was the supreme necessity of aboriginal Why not the wa instinct prompting modern man to right handcdness it t as ar c rtaraz II paid line AnceliC d to 2 Tn urecnrllla c II r E rill a II Ihcr t said to I I ana I i p 1 It a But t 4 man tlvr i o t re the pnper IN pays rrf XORD ly e1it list d i a steno some Mlle Imo state Iii w pulsatlo t- It t- S r f t a is i 1 4 m F nan f r iE r- a s loins Snppcv1J- Y J II JAMES ft I It is nn institution in the church appointed the Lord Jesus 2 Since it is in the church then is for the church members 3 The design of the Lords sup per is to show his death 4 Do you ask if any but church members arc qualified or entitled to commune We say surely not To stifle this question once for all time we call your attention to Luke 22 chapter 30 verse I appoint unto you a kingdom as my Father hath unto me that ye may cat and drink at my table in my kingdom Three facts arc brought out by this scripture a The supper is in the church therefore an institution of the church b It is for the members How can I cat at your table unless I come into your house In John 3 chapter and 5 verse Jesus shows us the way into the kingdom Verily verily I say unto thcc cx a man be born of water and of spiiit he cannot enter into the kingdom of c It is the table and for his children Show me a man or woman who has been born of God and I will show you one who has right to cat and drink at the Lords table Now who is to pass on the qualifi cations of those coming to the Lords table Shall the preacher Not by bible authority Shall the members of the church Not by divine au The minister or church so acting is assuming authority not supported by the scriptures See I Cor n chapter 24 to 28 verses Let a man examine himself and so let him cat Some of the churches have creeds so narrow and proscrip tive that no one I care not how loyal he may be to Christ unless he has complied with every requirement in the is allowed to come the Lords table notwithstanding the word of God says let a man cx amine himself and so let him cat Lastly the design of the Lords supper is not to show my faith in the members or in any doctrine but to show my love for my brethern- It is to show forth the Lords death for as often as we do this we do show the Master we commune at the Lords table The scriptural teaching upon this subject is by example The disciples came together on the first day of week to break bread So we believe that on every first day of the Christians should come together for communion I have said all I fesl to be necessary and submit this short article for your scriptural animation Pawierly Miss May Dean is visiting friends and relatives at Moorman Miss Leslie Hanmcrs is visiting friends at Graham this week Mr Clyde Waters and family are in Russcllvillc for a few days Mr Theodore Bnfnsford and son Charlie of Clcatoo were here Mr Guy Jortney of Paducah a few days in our midst last week Misses Ueula Mercer and Glover spent Saturday and Sunday- ly Miss Pearl Rice from Auburn III is the guest of her aunt Mrs Clemons Wilcox of Central City is spending the week at the home of Mr J N Clemons Messrs Lee Hamners Nelson Price and Muriel Hamners left Monday for Linton Ind Miss Addie Keys is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Mary Horde at Hopkinsville Miss Katherine Moorman of Moorman was the guest of Mr Godman Dean and family last week Albert Mercer made a flying trip to Princeton Sunday The oc casion which necessitated his encc being very important The Red Men of this section are getting together their war paint and feathers preparatory to the great pow wow which is to be held soon Burr Grist Mill My new burr grist mill is oper anon call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed chopped corn jl 28 J A SHAVER If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de 1 livery as is a r j a 1 jJf it t thc b U the God a divine thorn tot t h of Tuesday at McHenry heRuth hePaul asMr y in stand j Lord egged th wee spent Stcl pre S t l Little Farms Pay Big Profit The little farm idea is appealing strongly to the man in the coon try as the resident of the city It i in fact the hope of the American farmer today Through this modern system the rural family is to escape much of its drudgery Uy the new method of intensive and diversified agriculture country lift is to become easier and more attractive both to young and old Big farms arc all right for those who arc equipped to handle them properly but they arc not desirable for people who have not capital enough to lure plenty of help and organize in a business like way to secure good results It is the evolutionary method that bothers the average farmer How can he make the charge without loss If he sells off half of his land to him to farm in the modern in tensive fashion has he tcc that he will not fail in this and so find himself at the end of a few years minus both land and capital There arc some facts which arc easily grasped and which have the most direct and positive bearing on this whole question The old isxlriving young people away from the farm and it has become next to impossible to keep hired help Men will not work on a farm when they come to understand that they can get employment in town or in the railroads at higher wages and with shorter days Nine or ten hours a day will not do on the old fashioned farms It is fourteen or more and days week at that The average in the cit taking all classes of employment together is about nine hours Clerk ships are alluring to boys and girls especially after they have had a taste of farm life where the family labors from daylight until dark Under the existing conditions it has come about that the oldfashioned farmer finds himself in cases with out either hired help or the assist ante which is ordinarily expected from his sons and daughters Is there not here presented a and economic problem of grave importance to American life The only true solution of this question is in the small farm and a diversifica tion of products The working day found on the farm Would it not be best to sell off the surplus land and make the farm of twenty to ty acres attractive to the young folk of There is a continual and expanding demand for numerous products that are easily engaged in and which by their diversity arc a guarantee against failure The market has never been oversupplied with mush rooms squabs honey berries and the like There is the keenest kind of demand today all over the coun try for extra good butter eggs and poultry The need of potatoes cu cumbers beans onions other kinds of vegetables is incessant and in all of these lines there is profit far exceeding that gained from large single crops or big dairies The most difficult problems construction in the rural are found where the soil is chiefly of sand or clay and of these tlvo conditions the sand formation is undoubtedly the most difficult In a clay formation a fairly good surface can be maintained through out the winter and rainy season by giving a good crown to the road and providing deep ditches on each side of it The only possible way to improve a sandy road is to in troduce some binding material which of course in the more rc mote districts would involve heavy costs of haulage Special Rates Over the Illinois Central Railroad Company United Brothers Friendship Hop kinsville Aug 714 1910 date sale Aug 7 8 and 10 only Limited return Aug 16 1910 Fare round trip Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1217 I9i j sale date Sept 10 to 17 including limit for return Sept 19 1910 Fare for round trip 420 children under 12 years 210 Grand Lodge Masons Louisville Oct 1820 1910 sale date Oct 17 18 and 19 limited for return Oct 22 Fare for round trip 430 Knights Templar Chicago Ills Aug S 13 1910 sale date Aug 4 5 6 and 7 including limit for Aug 17 1910 Fare for round trip 11 50W G CRAWFORD Agent See Cornettc the coal man bc fore you buy coal 115 I I enable man social I X r fore byJt interests- k inroad districts r 75 s any guarnn method seven cAy f return o 6REENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffc V G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin E J Puryear C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management 35 GENERAL INSURANCE i1o1 t TIlE NATIONAL J r J it6 AA J 1 FIRST BANK- s xsrnczsss- asBLAKVYLLL ROARK We represent the Home insur ance o of N Y P FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS i GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE GREENVILLE KY ik BUDGES 1DEPOY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lie that our stocks of goods in all depart masts are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements and such goods our stocks arc especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated jt We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas fj kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt ft and careful attention any hour day or night I Telephones store Ho L RifbtJo 1Z or No 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO- r fl DEPOY KENTUCKY CUMBBUND laBWIiXCOK rOKATRD I C h j BLOKWE1L ROE1RK I 11 Ikjlv tr I i f arr id Pppm It SUANNON oJ ia BY m Ifrt t if t t t m U t la Undertaking Department 1 j t Cw tdP Po L J TElEGRAPn CO I Si 1 ii h 1 h 1 1 l l l1 l- f 1 Long distance linos and of this Company enablo you to almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Mississippi acid Louisiana Wo can put you in and satisfactory communication with the people of great section of the country No solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities tall ennesso quick this unsurpassed I l lEJIlIr i aM GALDY1rL1L that w rites all Kinds of farm and city property a LCLAfJD HUME ticul filer A KI T D WEBB frcuni z r COUNTY Greenville Ky Appreciating your past we solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier A New Newspaper A New Newspaper Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Rcpublican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational induS political welfare 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 year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT- The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Vcstcrn Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old customers and to serve them when needing anything in the job All machinery operated by electricity 1 t Z i MUHLENEt SAVINGS BANK i patronage MUUlNBIR6 SfNIlNfl trialand allofI eo Ao 0 4i 1 ir 1tef isil aer rd J t1 i t ri r Ur i Illllltlllll p t J r they f t t 4- t r linesi patronage solicited Otsr prices Sates SS Way of 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 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X O Spot Lonl vllle pnssr only 120 am June 6 1010 Agt THE HIGHER PANTHEISM BY ALFRED TENNYSON Xel to Browning Tennyson wan the rentest religions of tin last century in and fur the larger number of persons he exercised greater Inllncncc for Ids thought la tiHuiilly clearly Ierhnpn this Is not strange shove he the non of a country alcrgytnan at Komcrby Lincolnshire The s u the moon the Mar the neat the hills and the plains Are not these 0 Sonl the vision ot him who reigns Is not the vision hot tho he bo not that which he seems Dreams nrc true white thins last nut do we not live in dreams Earth these solid stars this weight of and limb Are they not sign and symbol of thy division from him Dark lit the world to theo thyself art the reason why For In he not nil but thqu thud lniMpower to feel lam I Glory about thee without thee and thou till tlllost thy doom Making him broken gleams and a stilled spleu- dor nnd gloom Speak to him thon for he hears unit spirit with spirit can meet Closer is he than breathing lad nearer than hands nut feet God Is law say the wise 0 Soul and let na rejoice For If he thunder by law the thunder Is yet his voice Law la gome no God at all the For all wcliavc power to sec Is a straight staff bent In u pool And the cnof man cannot hear and the eye of man cannot see But if wo qpuld see anti hear this Vision wore It not het Give us your job work The last summer month is here Auction lot sale at the depot afternoon Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks New values will be placed on real estate in the lot sale Saturday KEarmers should hear the govern A ft V 1 j art NMr L Z Kirkpatrick and family have moved into the old Weirhome recently purchased and will contin ue the improvements of this property Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Mr Marvin Wells intends leaving about the middle of September for Louisville where he will enter the Louisville College of Pharmacy the twoyear course The wind rain and lightning pranked with the electric light plant last Friday night putting the lights out of commission twice but they were quickly restored Out of coal Telephone 2322 for quick service and Do you belong to the growing tribe of the land hungry If so you should read in this issue the article Little Farms Pay Big Prof its as it is written one knows Mr Floyd Harris of Paducah was here Sunday meeting old friends scenes once more famil iar than now He is delighted with the wonderful improvements we are making See the corner dust shield at Roarks Rev A L Mell of Beaver Dam will preach Methodist church here next Sunday morning and even ing exchanging pulpits with Rev F E Lewis who will preach at Beaver Dam Rice Eaves son of Mr and Mrs H E Eaves was caught by a falling crate of buggies in his fathers ware house last Thursday and was fully injured but timely assistance quickly rescued him and the injury was not serious Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered The compliance with the cleaning up order is almost complete a rush being made during the past few days to cut weeds and generally put all premises in shape And the town never looked better than it does right now I 340 pm f WGCn OCa tOI II 1 hOlly I fIR G to j1 I QiP Ucu1 to J t t1 splendid e fort goodcoal n u b andvisiting 4 Rockwell is i or II I atthe II ff 1 i Q lI u Ii a I II rr I I w y England wine d t 1 r e r Goilh says Moot r i Saturday h fur tat here Y4 T 1 I who- A R r tr s J y A S pain h j f v 6 THE RECORD Soc per year Good morning Why havent you cleaned up your weeds Read the ordinances in this issue The pavement movement spreads right along Miss Anna Mclntirc Cox of Mad isonvillc has been here several days on a visit to relatives Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Miss liable Sells after a visit of some days with Miss Vannie Martin left Tuesday for her home in Ander son Ind If the census gains continue in the same proportion as in the dis tricts announced we will have a population of 100000000 Is it cooking coal you want Call 2322 and have it delivered at 150 per load Miss Vandelia Ripley Tenn will arrive this week on a visit to the family of Mr L Z Kirkpatrick and other relatives Misses Annie Lee and Verna Pey ton McLean of Russellville return ed to their home yesterday after a visit of a week with their sister Mrs J II Bray See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Several larger cities than Green ville have succeeded in having their population counted and we cannot understand why the department should not do its easier tasks first Cloudbursts water spouts down pours and just common rains were more numerous last month than any July ever known oldest peo ple and the damage was enormous Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold W C T U will meet in their room in Y M C A building Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock All members are requested to be present especially those who joined Alhe Lbreen the daughter of Mr and Mrs H E Ross died of dysentery at their home at Powderly Monday night and burial was in the Eaves grave yard Tuesday afternoon Notice FOR SALE Forty acres of land in Luzerne a house and lot in Powder ly and a showcase full things See or write 4 2t J N LONG Powderly Ky People who have been wanting building lots will have an opportun ity to get one at their own price in the auction sale at the depot next Saturday at 2 oclock p m Some one will get a good lot free The war against weeds now needs no police or health board suggestion as the matter has reached the point where local pride is forcing property owners to follow the examples of their neighbors t I 0 I e Kirkpatrickof byour duruflcO tit ofcurious 1 a mont h ofd Foi firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head There was a regular session of the city council Monday night The principal business was the passage of ordinances directing the building of concrete pavements at several needed points in towq There was a large attendance of visitors Greenville is now about the most attractive city in this sec tion More work of a sanitary beautifying nature has been done here this summer than in any half dozen seasons in the history of the town Let the good work continue Greatest labor saver invented can be seen at Roarks Rev H T Reed who has been in China for eleven years in the mis sionary work under the direction of the Methodist Episcopal church South arrived here the latter part of the week joining his wife who returned some months ago Mr Reed is glad to be back among rela tives and friends and is gratified with the material progress made here and all over county He has not determined yet just what he will do but will take a needed rest while giving the matter considera cleanest ever the Lion f Fire Damage at Brick Yard The kiln shed at the brick yard of Barkley Bros near the depot was destroyed by fire about 815 oclock last Thursday night causing a loss of about 300 For several days a kiln of about 25000 brick had been fired and the shed was bone dry The crew had gone to supper and no one was present when the fire broke out but it is supposed that it was from a runboard between the kiln and shed roof It was some minutes before the alarm was given and by the time the fire department had reached the top of the depot hill it was seen that the destruction was complete and the apparatus was returned The kiln of course was nqt damaged nor was any other property Firing was con tinued until Tuesday and the kiln will remain sealed a few days when brick will be ready for sale Injured in Street Car Accident Mr Jake Gardner well known to many of our people here on account of frequent visits to Mr and Mrs J S Miller parents of his wife was seriously injured in a street car accident in Evansville last week In alighting from the car one knee was severely wrenched and a stay of several days in a hospital re sulted He is out now on crutches and at his home in Indianapolis but will be kept off the road for some weeks it is feared Get Hamptons magazine and TilE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone Attacked by Bulldog Mr J A Gilman was attacked and bitten by a bulldog belonging to Mr Barbour Head as he entered Mr Heads yard last Monday on his rounds to read the water and light meters Several light incisions were made which were once and the dog has been sent to Louisville where it will be to tests for the rabies There was nothing particular to indicate that the dog was suffering thus from its unprovoked and un New Metropolitan Agent Here The Metropolitan Life Insurance Go has ajiew agent here jib the li who has his family He takes the place vacated by the resignation of Mr J H Gallagher who had been here about a year Mr Ferguson is an old Muhlenberg boy well known to our people and held in the highest esteem under his direction the companys large business is sure to increase as he is a competent hustling man and is experienced in the work having been with the Henderson agency for quite a while He and his family are welcome here call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Agricultural Expert to Speak Here Aug Mr J H Arnold an expert as sistant in the agricultural department at Washington will address the of Muhlenberg county at the court house on Monday August 29 at i oclock p m His talk will be on soils grasses rotation of crops and other important matters that will be of benefit to farmers There should be an attendance that will tax the court room as this will be a special opportunity for the tillers of the soil to learn some things they need to know Mrs Gco Dennis is here from Louisville on a visit to relatives Mrs Osborne of Louisville is visiting the family of Mr Claud Baker and other relatives here Roark has an immense stock of needles shuttles bobbins etc for also oil bands rub bers and such supplies Judge Jep CJonson has been con fined to his home for several days a sufferer front dysentery but is now improving and will soon be out again it is hoped A field man was here this week posting and otherwise giving public ity to the Kentucky State Fair to be held this year in Louisville Sept 12 17 It is predicted the fair will be on a larger scale this year than ever before and the attendance promises to be larger Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Ree Martins barber shop I cauterized- at subjected except usualattack I 0 moved here with Z allmachines n- at 9cIJ4PiJfo f farmers GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need AVIS HAVJ3 No Public Debt Low Tax Rate 75c per 100 Special Inducements for Factories Baker and Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Bits 1647 Population New 100000 Court Mouse 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 12500 Y M C 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 On 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 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 AVJS KID 1313 Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant DairyFlorist Truckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homes Drayman and Light DeliveryjScrvice More People H v K i Better Streets iaKC an More Workmen all lines Extension of Water Service Gty 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 Our ideas of have been severly shocked and rudely set back by the continued whistling of a Hob White which has been rang ing within a hundred yards of the court house for a week past and whose appealing notes have been heard by everyone on the streets The building owned by Mr Chas Martin and occupied by J E Coombs Co as a meat market has been raised to the street grade line and there will be a concrete pavement laid along the front The contract for the raising was held by Mr John Wells who did the work in record time Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state Mr W O Belcher and family are at home in the Jones residence on church pavement where they will live during the improvement of their Cherry street home The wjll consist of adding second story to thQ house as well as adding the conveniences of water furnace heat etc and it will require some months to complete the job Brick arc being put on the ground for the Sundayschool room of the Methodist church and the building will soon be started This needed addition is receiving the universal support of the members and volun tary assistance is being extended by many persons who arc members of other churches here and abroad Give your job printing orders to THE REQORD r pu is ar at a improvement pI0UI T Establishment CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance to improve and con struct a portion of the sidewalks on the East and West side of Maincross Street in the City of Greenville Ky The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows Sec i That concrete pavements shall be made and constructed on the East and West sides of Main cross Streets in the City of Green ville as follows for the following distances andm front of the owned by the following persons towit On the East side beginning with and including Dr J II Bray 6 1 feet Greenville Equitable Tobac co Warehouse Co 150 feet to Church Alley C E Martin Ex ecutor of R Martin deceased 182 feet North along Church Alley to a stake near a sycamore tree to Main cross Street C E Martin of R Martin deceased North 43i Last along Maincross Street 460 feet to Alley E L Yonts Jr and Annie May Yonts 215 feet Scott Dexter 77 feet to the property of W M Williams and on the West side beginning with and including J M Wells at the intersection of College Street feet Geo Lovell 15 feet Trus tees Methodist Episcopal Church South of Greenville 70 feet Sec 2 Said pavements shall be the property line of each of the above named persons and shall be made and constructed in accordance with the ordinances of the City of Greenville approved on the 4th of November 1907 and on the 4th of January 1909 and relating to the renewal and con struction of pavements in the City of Greenville and said pavements shall be 6 feet wide and said work of construction shall be done at the costs of the owners of the ground fronting said improvements as is provided by law Sec 3 Said pavements shall be made of good and substantial con crete done in a workmanlike man ner and of the dimensions material and in the manner provided by the ordinance approved Nov 4th 1907 and Jan 4th 1909 as aforesaid Sec 4 The owners of the lots mentioned herein shall be given oRb in which to do this work In the event of their failing so to do the contract for said paving will be after the publication of one ad vertisement in THE RECORD let to the lowest and best bidder as is provided by law An Ordinance to improve a portion- of the pavements ori the West side of Main Street in the City of GreenvilleThe of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows Sec i That concrete pavements be built and constructed on the west side of Main Street in the City of Greenville in front of the property of D F Harrisson et al for the dis tance of feet to connect with concrete pavements in front of the property of L P Moore and run ning southwardly the distance of 160 feet aforesaid Sec 2 Said pavements shall be constructed in accordance with the ordinance of the City of Greenville approved on Nov 4th 1907 and Jan 4th 1909 and relating to the construction of side walks and shall be done at the cost of the persons owning the ground fronting said improvements as is provided by law Sec 3 Said pavements shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a neat and work manlike manner and of the and in the manner as provided by the ordinances aforesaid Sec 4 The owners of the lot hereib mentioned shall be given 20 days from the passage and publica tion of this ordinance in which to do this work In the event of their failure so to do the contract for such paving will be after the pub lication of one advertisement in THR RECORD let to the lowest and best bidder as is provided by law Approved Aug i 1910 J W LAM Mayor OKIEN L ROARK Clerk Messrs Oliver Taylor who have bought the Humphrey land near the depot will put it up for sale Saturday afternoon offering at auction the thirty lots into which the land has been divided It is ex pcctcd that an immense be attracted as many persons are wanting building lots here and they are getting scarce Old papers for sale at this office Executor Marshall 344 constructedalong thirty publica i ncil zoo renewaland material crowdwill e i property 3o days from the PANS Our Electric Fans will Keep You Cool These lot 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 s JIIt 1rf 12 L 1 eii i IDf r I t J a e a r 4 k Jt i re erg ail Sl r t i 3 fr e soS s d s t 4 Cut the Weeds The board of Public Safety is to try its persuasive influence on prop erty owners who neglect to cut the weeds on their premises Patrolmen will be instructed to notify proper tyowners with tall grass or weeds in their back yards alleys or in vacant lots to have all such removed Such an order should not be re quired and would not be if all per sons gave the proper attention to their property Weeds are unsightly and unsanitary They supply a place of refuge for mosquitoes and other undesirable insects If allow ed to grow without molestation they multiply rapidly On the contrary if they arc cut down at suitable in tervals their number can be greatly reducedThe of civic beautification ought to be strong enough m every city to keep the vacant lots from be coming weed jungles It is regret table to say however that such is not the case and that it requires the passage of ordinances and the most vigilant efforts of police and health departments to secure the en forcement of such ordinances The weeds ought to be cut and the Board of Public Safety should see that its order is obeyed Louis ville CourierJournal Louisville and smaller cities arc in omrtv rnphf strongly urged here for the past several years as our councilmen and members of the local board of health have recognized the benefits from destruction of weeds This year paricularly there has been a general observance of the order and many of our public spir ited men had cut weeds and cleaned up before the order was issued It is hoped that in time no order will be needed but that property owners and renters will take sufficient pride in their homes to keep them sightly and sanitary You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if satis factory in way as itjs sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked Dr Fred L Koontz Accidentally Shoots Self in Louisville Dr Fred L Koontz of Louisville who is vell known here where he has frequently been called accident ally shot himself in the head while cleaning his revolver in his office in the Atherton building last Thursday night The bullet struck him in the head but did not penetrate the skull and he will soon be out again All Day Singing and Basket Dinner at Friendship There was a special all day sing ing at Friendship last Sunday and the pleasures of the day were en joyed by a crowd of about 500 peo ple gathered from all sections of the county A basket dinner was a multitude of good things were offered to a hungry and appreciative people This section is noted for its hospitality and that reputation was enhanced last Sun day A ministers and members meet ing of the Muhlenberg Association was held at the Baptist church last Friday and Saturday and while the attendances was light an interesting session was had On Saturday a pastors association was discussed anti formal organization will be per fected tile latter part of the month Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county from near and far are answered promptly The charges are able tt rankvegetation has ueen It isnot every servedand andcalls reason that We May Have a Laundry Mere Mr C W Kramer owner of a laundry plant at Harrodsbufg was here a few days the first of the week investigating the proposition of moving his plant here He met the councilmen at the session Mon day night and was offered aU the encouragement they could extend A laundry is one of the things that is needed here and it is the opinion of our people that the enterprise could be maintained Mr Kramer is a good business man has had and his plant is modernly equipped and the highest grade work can be turned out Mr Kramer went over the matter with many of our people and was gen erally encouraged to make the move but he had not reached a decision when he left In a short while he will let the public know his determ ination and we hope that it may be favorable to our city Lot Sale Next Saturday Messrs Oliver Taylor the hustling real estate men of Glasgow are showing our people how to make y look good They had the tealong the entire property line force of men have cleaned up the land making it one of the most in viting sections of town On these vacant lots they have made more im provements than many people have who are living in neat homes And their work will show in the way the lots will sell next Saturday afternoon as bidders will be plentiful The Wkeat Harvest Wheat threshing is almost pleted and the yield is reported on an average of onethird more than was estimated by the farmers while the quality is fine also Much of the threshing is now being done by outfitsoperated by a gasoline engine and this form of apparatus is prov ing highly satisfactory The outfit is light can quickly be gotten in op eration and hence increase the num ber of sets that can be made in a day Fewer hands are required also and it is predicted that in a few years there will be none or the old cumbersome threshers in use Rev Win J Mahoney in his ser vices at the Baptist church will use for his morning sermon the topic Some Dangerous Substi totes anti at night Some of Green villes Needs Rural TekfiMcs 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 neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben cuts received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them t experience II have t retePavcincntlat t and W Sunda n i h tJ Ji r ff id i K p Ss land lie radedr sv natla fi nom s r Y your y A1 t M ROARK Fimittire W llp per Shade Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Gr ve Vaults Disinfection ROARK r a L w 6 t47L t t m 1 c i p i GOOD WATERING TANK Stockman Suggests One of Concrete That Is Servicable and Durable One llilngnecessnry on n well reg ulated farm Is a good watering tonic for the stock Many farmers use no judgment nod build their tanks of woOl and In a short time they find thorn almost useless and are compelled to go to the expense of building others making the proposition a costly one Now as this is expensive why not construct one of concrete It can be hnd at small cost nod Is very durable In nil kinds of weather A well known stockmnn gives the Information regarding the con t to y following i A IIOUXD CONCRETE WATEIUXO TANg struct Ion of n round concrete tank It can be made any size desired Is eas ily built and most satisfactory as ani orals can surround It and drink with out troubling one mother To build such a tonic one simply sets n stick t r better nn Iron bur or n piece of pipe in the earth nt the center of the place tllU tunic Is to be the part that makes the forth round should to be Inside surd Its outer end slopes In a curve us lu builder wishes liitvo the shape of the tank Then tsnml earth or clay Is piled up shout l ho circle and the furor Is swung uround and Its edge cuts off the sur plus leaving tin form tonally as round as tile Inside of a bowl This may be plastered with cement and sand concrete Is thrown against It to make a wall six Inches eight Inches thick with n heavy reen forcemeat about the upper edge a cable threequarters of an Inch In dl ameter or a rod bent to shape The whole may be accomplished in a day if nil goes well Making Good Cottage Cheese Unto the milk at 70 to SO degrees tUjgfcutf tmfc pure hydrochloric 4hllk Dilute with ten times Its weight of cold water and add to milk gradually stirring the mill constantly while the acid Is being added Con tinue the stirring until the curd sepa rates completely leaving a clear whey entirely free from mllklness The whey Is then removed from the curd and the operation completed as In order to get the proper flavor it will be necessary to mix with the curd some sour thick milk or cream The method does not give as satisfac results as the others described Flavor and texture are the most Im portant qualities in cottage cheese The should be that of mildly sour milk or well ripened cream There should be an entire absence of all objectionable flavor such as bitter taste stable flavor etc It the cheese tastes too soar It Is usually due to keeping too much whey In the curd Tho use of a starter Is apt to Insure the right kind of flavor The tex ture of cottage cheese Is largely de pendent on the amount of moisture in the cheese When the percentage of moisture is much below 70 the harsh dry nod The right texture oWcottage cheese is smooth and free from grittiness Proper Way to Veal Calves Calves tbafuru to be routed should receive whole milk for tit least two or three weeks It may seem a little ex pensive to feed whole millTfor so long a period out we believe that It the calves are to be scaled nt nil It hays to follow this system rather than at tempt to raise theta entirely upon sklumrilk Tim first three or four days the milk from the mother Is not tit for other purposes except to use for her edit If account Is of all the whole milk used it will he found that it will amount to a great deal Gradually changing at the end of the Rccuml or third week to sklmmllk and permitting cult to eat all the dry grin and mixing a little blood meal In the sklmnillk is probably as good n practice as to follow Donemeal For Hogs Hecause of the variability of the phosphorus content of different feeds and of different soils and of the water of different looalltlcs there Is no tor way to iced bonemoal than to put It into a trough and set this where the pins can have free access to It at nil times Itonemcal however should not be fed as the only mineral sub ntance The should also have salt air slrfkcd lime charcoal and haul wood ashes These may all be fed the as spiclfled for boncmeal namely separately In n trough or In different parts of the same trough The pig cnn then help himself to the desirable quantity of the various In gredients that his metabolism calls for Rustling Ability of Milk Goats Tho milk goats like all gouts can make a living on brushy auto hilly laud where most nil other animals would starve They are very bene ficial to land In cleaning it of weeds sprouts nnd brush They cannot en low wet land but thrive perfect jyori rough and nifty land Those fodder and wheat bran but no gram ff kind 11 I j o I then r or- t j acM r ounlt gill Ji ratn JI tor It f cheeses 1 a kept not oil bet i e 1 r t I milk should be ted oil grass 1 a likeNk toy r stud smooth o 4 v JLtl of- F before p sawdust llke t 1 I r elm airy pig a same r f r 4 any r s Yt r qMt C r 1fo MiladysMirror ftW The girl who from motives of econ omy or convenience prefers to do her own shampooing will save herself much time and weariness If she In several appliances used by professionals One of these Is n spray with n long rubber tubing and tine nozzle This can ho taught to fasten to any spigot anti Is a great courculence In rinsing the hair It Is almost Impossible to get the hair entirely clean by oneself With the greatest care some of the soap or shampoo mixture will ding unless forced out by the strong current of n sprayAnother convenience Is an electrical drier These con IK found in u num her of different styles some that cnn he attached to any electric fixture In the house others that are not depend ent upon an electrically lighted room but have their own storage batteries When the hair Is heavy enough time is saved In drying to snore make the drier mi mlvlsnhle purchase Where om is sensitive to draft nod usually niches cold after i shampoo the drier Is InvniuaMo as the current of air eon bu regulated to tiny desired temperature The shorter tlne that dump hair hangs around shoulders Is also M preventive of colds A drhr that sends the current out Into the room Is better for the hair titan those on v hlch thin hair rests to dry Tho Falling Hair of Convalescents When hair falls after n fever or oth er weakening disease It Is for the that the parts near the roots have undergone decay It Is always a nils take to arrest any such fall One should rather try to quicken It and so give the roots a chance of sending out new healthy lair Free combing brushing and scalp massaging will soon gut rid of the diseased hair When the patients strength allows the NfVvtl ttltS the clifiOiv mtfiTOiYlg iloU a ulnhi the growth It money Is not very scarce It Is Intense fully to sac riflcu utility to economy In these cases one should always make an effort to purchase the best things obtainable preparations ordered to meet the spe cial needs of the patient However sonic excellent results have follows this simple treatment Make n mixture of tincture of capsicum ten parts liquefied phenol four parts glycerin ten parts and water to complete the hundred parts Shake and repeat the shaking before pouring out Apply a dessertspoonful dally thoroughly comb lag the hair both before and after the application After treating the hair thus during seven days use the lotion only four times weekly and on tit other days apply a small quantity of oil of rosemary mixed with three times Its bulk of olive oil As weeks lesson this frequency of the cum mixture nut weaken the rosemary mixture by adding more olive oil To Make Arms Pretty Girls whose arms are not round and smooth should begin at once to use a batlf brush for there Is no doubt that constant dally application of such u toilet article scatters ninny u group of pimples and other skin disfigurements while It stimulates circulation and clears the skin After scrubbing the arms with a bath brush and any pure soap for a week the roughness should disappear The unevenness of the flesh Is simply old skin that a cloth Is too smooth to remove lint when there Is Irritation such as sometimes appears on the face more treatment will be needed Before using the formula about to be given the skin should be brushed with green soap washing It und drying carefully afterward apply the ointment Mimic from one dram cf sublimed sulphur live drops of oil of eucaplyptus and one ounce each of oint meat of oxide of zinc and ointment of rosewater These should bt smoothly blended This mixture should be put on daily or at night Twice a week only should scrubbing with green soar he given The bath la to be used dally however with simple soap Finger Nails The nails should be cared for every ring If you follow this practice U will take but a few minutes nt any one time Soak your nails lu warm water lu which there Is n little tincture of benzoin or aromatic vinegar Lather theta well with soap and then file tho ends to the same shape as the little halt moon at the base Trim ofT nil rough edges Press the stein away from the half moon so that it will show distinctly This ought to be done with the towel every time you wasli your hoods Do not use a nail lie fur this purpose but an orange wool stick After the nails art shaped by this treatment at both ends polish them with n chamois polisher careful not to heat then by too rubbing Before polishing you may rub a little vaseline or olive oil on them with a little nail powder dusted over This will glvo a high polish which will last longer than the simple friction with the chamois Bo careful to wash the powder all of The finish i ing touch Is given by rubbing with a plalu chamois than the gob b fibr it 1 lJ oC Ii t r Invests reason caps u Then brush beans 4 1 Ic ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS ono of the London public n special is to patients as rarely and sparely as timo that ono of tho physicians docs so ho submits a ccial entry the reasons that actuated him the thirtytwo of tho existence of the alcohol has only been one times cases 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