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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 a J UCIiNn XJI1JCXlX m 1t tIiIt Record Advertiring Costs Nothing J It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates I DNUCIXlXiJJm i li 1CIlJIiXIXl DQ h- Zt j 1 IiuI mt A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building nerd every delay costs you money The sun snow and ore getting in work Lumber cods too tnu Ji to let it wont of a little paint It costs less to use than to 50 it Wo use nothing but good paint on out norL CARTER Slridlj Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine rand thb roost expensive colors The kind of paint we use ncycr cracks or only years wear will remove it art u you when ready to pant J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious- It is a very serious to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACKS DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble is finn ly It docs not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a larger cole than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I fat nt Johmi l I2 h w z rain cog without Wt arLatee6ntdau and durable e e matter I DR J W BARLOW Grown and Bridge Work dune atlrjUaonable prices OQlce up stairs lu the Joucn Dulldlgg- OrocnriUe Ky DR T J PhyHtcian and n Office Maincross street near unlattreet 16 CAM HOWARD WAt HOWARD GRAY Office in Green Bulldini opposite last Irtel OR LQUELLA HEMSDEY OSTEOPATHJM at Home East Telephone No 7 J E BailiFy DB Sup LAWYER Main 4TIftTi L DRAY I Office treet 3 Dentist Greenville office Jewelry Store White Patieqts Only Telephone Connection The best ever and price is right 200 PER TON DELI1ED 4m Two mines the Pen Bank and the Gre ALL ORDERS And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE Mgr Stoii Route BETWEEN Louisville and Chicago BEST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEAlinORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY Oper Central City office over t t a 1 4 4 a W Bldg rers 7 M COME tai FILLED tLY jLecotL i 1 J r r lret J f Q a f 1iIIJIIXlKC fJJtJtiJriXIJj Jill J1 M hit w M u g t J is rich in timber potters l and the most inviting field in Jrforinvcstnl ntoIcapita and pluck l nItI j tIjIJXQCIJICI I 1IJICI riHJ Iri County coal iron clay etc Kentucky a F- v VOL XII NO 26 GREENVILLE KY 11 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE tT IURSDA AUGUST Pawnbroking in France There is only one pawnbroker in France the Mont le IMcte concern ing which ConculGcncral writes Practically for more than a century and absolutely for more than fifty years the Mont dc Plete has a complete monoply of the pawn broking business in France By ar ticle 411 of the penal code any per son lending money on pledge is lia ble to imprisonment fifteen days to three months and a fine of joo to 1000 francs 1 franc equals 193 There are persons called ticket brokers merchants des naissances who advance money about 20 per cent of the face value on the Mont de Pletc vouchers and charge interest at the rate of 10 per cent a month They keep within the law by making the contract a purchase redeemable in three months but in practice there appears to be no time limit The sole rate of interest charged by the Mont de Plete is per cent plus i per cent fixed interest being charged by the half month at the rate of 8 per cent per valuation of pledges is performed by a syndicate of auctioneers Ire supposed to advance fourfifths of the value of jewelry etc and twothirds of the value of apparel but as they are liable for loss on the sale of pledges they seldom err against themselvesNominally the contract is for a year but every effort is made to give the pledger a chance to redeem his goods and it is usually nineteen to twenty months before they come to the hammer Facilities are accord ed for paying off the money by in stallments at the option of the pledger the money loaned and the interest charges thus til the amount is repaid and the ar ticles redeemed The average loan 32 3 4 each It is doubtful whether private enterprise could compete against the Mont de Pletc as it borrQws the money it requires at a very low rate of interest and could easily compete against private pawnbrokers Pursuit of the Criminal Progress of invention and improve merit of police msthodi make more certain today than ever before the capture of the hunted criminal by the agents of organized society By means of the wireless telegraph the presence on board the steamer Montrose of Dr Crippen wanted in London on the charge of murder was virtually established while he was in midocean Unknown to him officers of the British government familiar with his disguise and with that of a woman companion were waiting to arrest him as his boat its first Canadian port crimes as that with which Dr Crippen is charged rarely es cape detection if proper efforts put forth by the authorities Mur der coldly and carefully planned has no place among intelligent men of this age The calculating brain that plots murder should realize in the trator run The Nerviis CkiU in tke Ho e In a former article a plea was made for the neurotic child who is being trained by the neurotic adult and an attempt was made to show that the combination rarely results in and that the closer the relation and the deeper the love the more disastrous the consequen ces in many instances The nervous child has not always a inheritance His fate even more tragic when he is abnormal member of a hearty healthy careless brood because he is more likely to be misunderstood and life can only be made to able for him if his the fact that what does very well for his brothels and sisters will not do at nil in his case When the nervous condition can not be traced to inheritance it is often the aftermath of a serious Scarlet fever or measles or any one of the infectious disorders ale J i U 1 enjoyed IIt 1I t j cents recoup t t j U l 31 Then Thee c n unredeemed 4 diminishingun i t7 1- 1 IHt1C1 Ai oJ s0 age of to tt ti I approached Such I D J success nervous theme elders recognize ness 0 Y r f 4 t S t a r annum etc any r c w boutioo ooo unredeeme- c 4 h area PertP health rt b ryp c at R a tole y VN r i 4 W a 44r 1 I7ciL e of childhood will run through the family in an ordinary way and the children may all recover well with the exception of one member who even after health seems to be re be found changed and character He is difficult to manage irritable fanci as to appetite sleeps badly wakes screaming and cannot play for five minutes without quarreling In short a changeling seems to have entered the nursery This means that the nervous has received a shock which the systems of the other children have escaped The child is not well and it may be years before the damage is repaired because nervous shocks are terribly lasting in their consequences and sick nerves very slow to heal v Errors of diet resulting in arc sometimes the cause of the trouble A child who is ir ritable and not physically well will sometimes make a marvelous re covery under treatment directed to the digestive system The mischief be done by too much meat irregular meals or the surreptitious of candy and bakery rubbish between meals Some parents are astonishingly at fault in permitting young children to drink tea or coffee When the nervous child is the exception in a healthy family he will do better away from home unless the conditions can be modi fied to suit the cast It will save time to recognize from the start that he cannot be nagged into health or punished into health or mocked it He must be shielded from the innocent brutalities of the nurs ery and the playground his dis cipline though thorough must often wisely ignore every physical such as adenoids or 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sample copies will be mailed will be Inserted A rate card will be furnUhed on request Aililrotm and make nil re rutttanaes payable to PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY AUGUST II 1W Eucred at the Greenville Kypo tofilce as matter I NEW ORLEANS is going to boom itself for the Panama exposition by distributing Esperanto pamphlets Why neglect the adherents of Vola puk and Ido Ix Newport a fashionable woman wearing a hobble skirt was tripped in alighting from her runabout and fell upon her face cutting it She should now cut the hobble As SOON as civilization realizes that Till the bitter things said about the musea domestica are true the position of fly cop will be looked upon as one of no small responsi bility A METROPOLIS tombstone maker advertises monuments at prices which will make them go in of the fact that the dictionaries define a monument as something stationary AN uptodate town in Ohio is paying cents per 100 for dead flies They are worth the same money invested in the stoppage development of the pests would yield much better returns THE thirtyfirst triennial conclave of the Knights Teinplar is being held hs week and the 100 half a million visitors tne greatest event for the Windy City since the Worlds Fair days AVIATOR Chas K Hamilton is building a new biplane with which to compete in all the big vents this fall The machine is to be engined with a new Vtype motor of 100 horsepower and 270 pounds weight built by Walter Christie I HAVE nothing to say in regard to the Kansas primaries until the complete returns are before me re marked Uncle Joe However I should like to remark that primaries were also held in Missouri and Ok lahoma To which someone is to be mean enough to reply Yes but you didnt make any speeches in Missouri and Oklahoma ACCORDING to a recent press re pprt a vovel method of amputation has been suggested by Prof J A dArsonval of the College of France He proposes to use electricity for this purpose and by experimenting on animals has proved that he can produce a high temperature with electric current apparently without pain After several days the mem ber thus treated falls away leaving A stump which is perfectly cicatrized AFTER many months of discussion and experimenting the French gov ernment has decided not to adopt aluminium coinage on the of the Commission of the Scientists whom the govern ment appointed to consider the sub ject A certain number of alumin ium coins were made as a test but the lightness of the white metal which was one of its chief recom mendations has condemned it A fivecentime piece one made of aluminium weighed only 19 grammes as against 5 grammes in bronze and it is thought that a coin so light would slip through the fing ers especially the rough fingers of a workman Tests are now to made of bronze containing 10 per cent of aluminium which if adopt ed will reduce the weight by one half This combination of metals possesses a fipe golden yellow color and the coins made ot it will there fore be perforated so that they may not be mistaken fpr 20 pieces Thcbet place jo the needy is ppck I d tie published er snecee d Inlt All ortilemelltK nil lU COUP o i tl I U 1 I defiance itdeadbut of u II r S yhnder U U I t Thiais recommendation A I I 4 fOr in your t 0li-o tF R J H ptlJ1I f tn new store floes second elase y i t ti the t he excepts sun It f t I cent t p q q franc feel r a J1J- y r DR L W SAMIION lecturer in London School of Tropical Dis cases and a member of the field com mittcc now engaged in making a j study of pellagra in Italy expresses the opinion that pellagra in that country owes its distribution to a midge or black fly closely related to the buffalo gnat of America This midge Dr Sambon is of the bears the same relation to pellagara that the anopheles mosquito dots to malaria and the disease depends upon the black fly for its stop and dissemination among man kind Pellagra is a growing cause of death in all countries and there has been considerable research work done by leading doctors in various countries The World of Words Theres many a man and many a dame defeated in this worldly game who might regain the upward track for has beens now and then come back if we should seek them where we stand and offer them a helping hand But when we go to help the lost the beaten and the tempesttoss cd the milk of kindness turns to curds we merely hand out bales of words If words were worth i cent each If we would do instead of preach A lot of hearts bowed down with woe would feel a new and cheering glow How well we like to wag our jays to help along some worthy cause and how we hate to bend our backs and get right down to old brass tacks Oh for a thousand tongues we sigh to lecture poor folks passing to show them where theyve made mis takes and forty kinds of dizzy breaks to hand them precepts by the peck and fill them up clear to the neck with admonition and advice and solemn warnings off the ice A thousand tongues we rich might use to air otlr philanthropic views but when it came to helpful deed one Finger would do all wed need Measles It seems almost impossible to make people in general take a prop erly serious view about measles The health officers complain that no at tention whatever is paid to the that cases are not reported and that vary few parents make any at tempt to isolate or shield the well children from the sick ones in the family to be that it is an unimport ant and unavoidable ill and that the sooner it is over with the better point of view is of course on the indisputable tact that most children do have the measles sooner or later and that in most cases it is a slight matter and that the percentage of fatal cases is not high Many children have them with no more symptoms than would attend a bad cold in the head and are not even sent to bed This attitude toward measles on the part of the general public is a distinctly unfair one for several reasons and it is a matter for the awakening of the public science as well as the education of the public mind The parents of children of schoolgoing age should be taught that measles may be a ejy dangerous disease to children three years old or to children who are badly nourished or suffer ing from spine other acute or chron ic disorder It is contagious from the start when it seems like a violent cold in the head and before appears and one child at this stage may be the means not only of sending it through an school but also of transmitting it to the delicate small children and the young babies in the homes This being the case it is only fair that such mothers ai do not desire it for their children should be g v en a chance to avoid it This is not too much to demand when it is known that the State Department of Health for New York State publish es that in one year there were more than twelve hundred deaths In fifty three thousand reported cases and that more persons died of measles than of scarlet fever Measles is the most catchabld of all the contagious diseases hut it is pretty well conceded that it can only be caught from a person who has it it is not carried by the well This being the case its trol should not be difficult Every child who develops a somewhat viol cat attack of coryza with running eyes and all the usual symptoms of cold in the head should be isolated for a day or two and watched for the development of the characteris tic eruption When this comes out it is certain the child has not a cold but has measles and its iso lation should be continued until the eruption has entirely faded r I opinions transmis I tt tt b lar point of view This based that call cone u lcr anyeruption cone tt matter same u take seems ver entmr n Sbe OLorfc0 Supper JV J II JAMKS In my short article last week over the above topic there was a mistake made by the printer which 1 wish to correct In speaking of the design of the Lords supper I was made to that it is to show my love for the brethren when I showed that such was not the design The only design as given in the scriptures is to show forth the death of the Mas ter The article was written quest I only gave what I to be the scriptural teaching upon the subject without argument In complying with the request my aim was to avoid controversy upon the question and so submitted the facts without argument All pro tcstant denominations hotel to many scriptural truths upon which all agree and of this fact no man is prouder than I am These churches all preach Jesus Christ died for our sins that he was buried for our of fenses that he arose from the dead for our justification They nil preach that Christ is the son of God that he is the way the truth and the life that there is no other name given under heaven among men whereby we can be saved They all preach that to be saved we must believe on the Lord Jesus Christ They all preach except you repent you shall perish They all preach that a command of the Lord Jesus Christ They all preach that a penitant is a proper subject for baptism They all preach that the Lords supper is an the church They all preach loy ally upon the part of every the Lord Jesus Christ Now all of these truths upon which we agree are fundamental truths they the facts and the gospel These are affirmed truths and if we will not switch off upon negative things and human opinions there will be kind fcalings and love for cash other Holding all the numerated tacts as all do in common with each other we sec that we are not so far apart Let us esteem others better than our selves make the golden rule our guide in life and we will have blessed the world by having lived in it What tnroFcfrj ftiaTrtoday is not proud of the all of our churches arc becoming more tolor ent more liberal and broader in thought coming nearer to As an evidence of this fact that gathering of represent ative men from more than forty churches men eminant in the re ligious world for their learning and piety The spirit which permeated that body of Christian men was Let us see how close we can come so as to 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or No 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO 2 DEPOY KENTUCKY M CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO I l h l ma f rt a 2Ojiii jiiI 111 pl iiII 4f l BRIDGfS SHANNON IE WIi t ill M J- t it ii J j pre W T i i 1 j f fJ J 0 p tdIfIII d Pp f III NIITIIU I j j Ij r 1 t ir A r ZQ d I l ij i 1 t t t t t t t i 1 t E 1 1 e that dill kinds of farm and I writes city property Long dJstaroo lines and telephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kontucky Tcnneso e Mississippi aid Louisiana Wo can put you in and satisfactory communication with the people of groat section of tho country We solicit your patronage Rates Equipments and facilities unsur passed i1 quiet this reasonable 1 CALDWELL o MFS E lrcar IIUM I Gufln r LELM3D t 1 D V W- cEtf Greenville Ky Appreciating your past we solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BiG DAY 3 AND NiTS THIS YEAR 3OOGO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Resources ExtilMW DAiLY WAGES FIREWORKS WATSSJr0 AND HIS RAND Fao Attractions Uplodato Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For fwthsr tnfcrmaUcn mile J W KEYMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jcaca BW f A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the honk news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational Industrial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old customers and to serve them when needing anything in the job line operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Oar prices are right Satis faction guaranteed v flle L 1Yaa I rMUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVlt GS BANK patronage J f SEPTEMBER MUUl NB RG SfNTINll to i tr i i t 1t x Vii n o f tfAllmachinery I IiJ f 1 t 1r I r CashierS t- v S A rLI 6 9 L I 12i 13r4i I tsr 16rR7 p r 5 1 r r r 5 t r y Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to paint or varnish enamel or stain we can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this we sell the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes the only com plete paint book ever published Creenviiie Milling Co Incorporated because I 1 t jow 0 i guarantee Tlf A i Y T7 itk THE ONLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL CRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR I I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD o II NOHTU BOUND MO 123 LouUrllle Express ll25am 103 Cincinnati Express llpm101 Louisville Limited 08am 130 Central City nccotn 71ft pm SOUTH hOUND NO 135 Paducah and Cairo aceotn 515 nm 121 Fulton Accommodation IJIOpra 101 New Orleans Special 103 N O Spec Louisville paasr only 120 am JuneS 1010 WGCnxwrono Apt UNSPOKEN WORDS BY JOIN II OREILLY j John Boyle Oltellly nUll newspaper wanderer nUll Nationalist was tarn tit Dowth Castle County Meath Ireland June 2 1814 he tiled at Hull Mass Auir 10 In early life he served for awhile In an English cavalry regiment but deserting he was nen tenecd to penal servitude In Australia lineal Ins thence he to the Tutted States in 1869 and live yearn later he was editor In chief of the UoHton Pilot lie published three cal times of songs and poems The kindly rrord that rise within the heart And thrill It their sympathetic tone But die ere spoken fall to play part And claim a merit that Is not their own The kindly word unspoken Is a nin- A sIn that wraps Itself In purest gnUe And tells the heart tint doubting looks within That not In speech but thought the virtue lies But tis notBo another heart may thlxt For that kind word as linear In the wild Poor banished Hupar prayed a well might burst From out the sand to save her parching child And loving eyes that cannot see the mind vWIll watchthe expected movement of the lip MArbimdthat heart and scathe It like a whip Unspoken words like treasures in the mine Are valueless uutll we give them birth Like unfound gold their hidden beauties ehlne Which God has made to bless and gild the earth How sad twould be to see a masters hand Strike glorious notes upon a lute But O what pain when a Gods own com mend A heartstring thrills with kindness but Is motet Then hide It not the music of the soul Dear sympathy expressed with kindly voice But let It like a shining river roll To deserts dry to heart that would rejoice 01 let the symphony of kindly words Sound for the poor the friendless and the weak And lie you He who attack chords Will strike another when In turn you seek Give us your job work Teamsters were never busier Who would want a finer summ er resort Typewriter ribbons all machines Mr Ray Morgan is visiting rela tives and friends in Princeton Mr C W Roark was in Christian county this week buying wheat Sec Cornette the be fore you buy coal The lot sale at the depot Saturday attracted about a thousand persons Good morning Could you walk all our concrete at one jaunt Sec the Rockwell cprner disf shield at People arc beginning to poiq out the few pcrsops whp have cleaned up Mr J L Morgan spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T J Morgan at Nortonvillc Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Light showers Sunday were bene ficial and more rain would have been welcome With two Congressional candi dates named the campaign is now about ready to open Put aircushion tops on typewriter keys Roark has then call and you arc missing by not using them I f 340 pm If Oca 1XttO j 4 ft e 1i cUUll1Rbll cc IUl 1 voiceless these J f atRoarks i f f t Ii coalman t i s pavements t f it III o h tI J 6 your ec what J 0 tc f o t a 4 f a Math came with their t S t will blcss t a r f 1 Roar s now np e n SCs t o it r y K AttINOPOWDER Absolutely Puss r THE RECORD 500 per year Matters in police court have been somewhat better this week Many schools in the county have now gotten down to real working basis Mrs H C Lewis and Miss Willie Jenkins spent the first of the week in Dawson Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks i r The first homegrown watermelons of the season made their appearance last Saturday Miss Isabella Howcrton of Frc donia was here on a short visit to relatives the first of the week Farmers are finding that they are in much better condition than they arc again almost happy Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Mr Wells is making rapid progress in moving the Belcher home and is practically done with the work being improved by the laying of a concrete pavement along the Main cross street frontage Miss Caroline Oates entertained a number of her friends Monday a pleasant time was reported by all guests Out of coal Telephone 2322 for quick service and good coal Miss Pearl Rice who has been here for some weeks on a visit to relatives willleave Sunday for her home in Auburn Ills Mrs W Crockett son daughter of McGregor Texas are here on a visit to the family of Mr John A Williams and other relatives See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Mr J H Bohannon has returned from St Louis where he has been for some weeks under treatment and his condition is greatly improv ed Misses Vandelia and Kirkpatrick of Ripley Tenn have returned home after a short stay with the family of Mr L Z Kirk patrick toldand l eveningand 0 G rM John t e saD eau an Monti lie Foi firstclass livery service including closed call on Uarbouf Head y G Duncan Coal Co is building a substantial addition to the brick store house at Cjraham the word being done by the Mpssrs Shean of Point City Ifall is now located in the Grundy building on Main street where the police fire and other partmcnts arc to be found and where offenders will fact the police judge The new location is a very good Get Hamptons magazine and THE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the features ex plained carriages The West d one S j SI JOi e a moneysaving Fire Damages Residence and Contents Last Thursday An alarm of fire about oclock last Thursday morning drew the fire department and several hundred citizens to the Bard home on Trow I bridge avenue The house was Mr 11 L Kirkpatrick and fancily and the fire a defective Hue On account of a delay of minutes in getting connection with the water plant owing to wire connection being the flames had gained great headway which coupled with the time necessary to stretch 1000 feet of hose to the nearest plug gave the fire boys a hard fight but it was not long after the water con nection was made before the fire was under control The principal damage was to root but the plaster ing was damaged by the flood of water The contents of the build ing were removed with slight Mr T Jf Sparks owns the building and his loss is covered by insurance but Mr Kirkpatrick had no insurance on the furniture Mr Kirkpatrick moved to the home of his brother Mr L Kirkpatrick on Hopkinsvillc strict Is it cooking coal you want Call 2322 and have it delivered at 150 per load Mrs Sandusky Dies in Louisville Mrs Fetna Logan Sandusky wid ow of Capt W H Sandusky died at her apartments in Louisville at 445 oclock Sunday afternoon fol lowing a decline of some years sen ility being the cause of death The body was brought back to her old home at Central City her Miss Geneva and following a service at the graveside by Rev E W Trumbull the body was laid rest in Fairmount cemetery beside that of her husband who died a few months ago Mrs Sandusky was years old and was a native being born in Marion For thirty years she aided in operation of the Sandusky House in Central City and was widely known and highly respected Miss Geneva Sandusky is the only sur Jlufr Grist Mill ation call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn jl 28 J A SHAVER Heavy FireLoss at Rockpart Fire shoat 930 oclock last Sun day night destroyed a large section of the business district of Rockport the Boswell Hotel Gibbs Dry Goods Co and Harrell Bros being the heavy losers in a loss that about 20000 bnly partly by insurance The origin of fire is not known but incendiarism is suspected as there had been no in the buildings The persistent and general war fare against flies is bearing gratify ing results and there isa noticable decrease in the numberrof the pests If the campaign had been started with and waged without stoppage there would at no time have been such an annoying host Notice FOR SALE Forty acres of land in Luzerne a house and lot in Powder ly and a showcase full of curious things See or write 4 J N LoNGjPowderry Ky Lonnie Rhea the nine year old son of Mr and Mrs Wm N Wice died at their home near Lewiston well at 430 oclock last Friday morn ing after an illness of almost a mOth frqm typhojd fever He wqs bright manly yqung fellow and had friends sherry 9rpet claims the bpaqty and well kept appearance qua there no contestant just now though other streets are waking up as a whole and may soon be able to enter Cherry street cer tainly has been more improved this season than arty section of the city and the sight is now an inviting one Friends have received announce ments of the marriage of Miss Belle Rice to Mr Claudius Ray mond at Denver on August 3 The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs E Rice and is a Green ville girl while the groom is a prom inent business man of Denver where the couple will make their home Best wishes of many friends are ex tended Old papers for sale at this office I j I I I I occupied by I I originated- in smile defective Z b daughter 71 count VlvorI rat i 11 amounted- to fired theseason t q any prl e i sgcce sful Tl damage t Kentuckian y a covered f Mar a GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need AVIS HAVE No Public Debt Low Tax Rate 75c per 100 Special Inducements for Factories Baker and Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Bits 1617 Population New 100000 Court House Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Banks Two Newspapers nnd Job Plants Five Tobacco Factories Three Pinning Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Stores Two Drifg 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 J 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 Minos One Jail One Lockup More miles of concrete pavement than any town of like size State Two Undertakers Three Licensed Embalmers One Marble Monument Works Two BlacksmithtShops No Empty Residences or Business Houses Too Many Loafers One Tailor and Repair Shop One Opera House One Telephone System Telegraph System Four Lodge Halls A Stock Law Efficient Fire Department WE N1D1DB Hospital and Sanitarium j Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System 4 Electric Interurban Line Laundry j Bottling Dairy Florist Truckmen nnd Gardeners j 4 More Modern Homes il 1 More People Public Park Lake and Baths More Workmen nil lines Extension of Water Service V f Music Store 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 Material is being gathered for the Sundayschool the Metho dist church and work will be started at once on the cellar and foundation footings Messrs Henry and Albert Shean of West Point will have charge of the brick work and this insures the very best service They both worked on the main church building in 1895 and have been back here occasionally since to do work Give your job printing orders to TimE RECORD f Sophia Hortcnsc the year old daughter of Mr and Mrs AVarner Wright died last Thursday night of dysentery at the home of her grand parents Mr and Mrs Marion Holt near Luzcrne Rev Spurlin a funeral service at Oak prove church at 3 oclock Friday afternoon and interment was in ceriietery near by a large nutnUer of relatives and friends attending the Orders for cut lowers will receive the prompt attention of Iias Lena Arnold One of our very few young men who smoke cigarettes when they are with the ladies joined a small and retained his Turkish One of the young ladies eyed him pretty strong but he did not take the hint and she presently moved away from him Then he bered his manners and If you object to the smoke I will throw thecigarettc away but she rospond eel I would rather that you carry it away He didnt tarry very t- One in lOne j Plant 1 t Drayman f j Additional ardin City Hall date roomof suited the- Ir services remem said U lA 1lot 0 1 t t hear t and LlkhtDeltverycrVlce r r Ht r Upto con recentlY Tong y R ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH CAVE 0 r J J l tJ Ii DII s 1 t y L 4- p4 Ii X385 ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY 650 This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave One evening for a promenade or dance A GRAND THREEDAYS OUTINGS Write of Phone L fc N Ticket Agent I 1 I 1fl i Successful Lot Sale Saturday The depot section was visited by a larger number of people Saturday afternoon than has been there since the last circus visited that least 1000 persons attended the lot auction sale put on by Messrs Oliver Taylor who had platted Humphrey property into about 30 lots Mr II Igleheart the auctioneer was the best ever heard here and is an artist of high class He kept the crowd in fine humor and he succeeded in getting fair prices for all offerings though half dozen of the lots were bidden in as price placed on them by intending purchasers was entirely too low The residence lot was one of these as only 1300 could be secured but it was sold later to Messrs J H Bray and H O Meredith for 1350 and they have been offered a profit on their investment Several of the lots have been resold at fair profits Mr T J Eadcs holding ticket No 612 drew the free and he has refused 100 for it Residences will be started at once by several the lot purchasers and this can and doubtless will be made one of the best residence sections in the districts of the city as it lays well is conveniently located and it is the intention of all purchasers to erect creditable houses thus mutual ly increasing the valuesof all proper ties Lots ranged in price from 365 down to 75 for 60 foot fronts 4 Greatest abor saver ever invented DuncanJohnson Wedding Mrs Herrick J Gray 4443 West Belle place announced today that Miss Margaret Duncan of Louisville was to be married to the Rev Dr Johnson of St Louis Dr Johnson is nearly So years old and the young is 22 Mrs Gray is a sister of Mr Johnson with whom he resides Details have not been announced yet but will probably follow in a short while The a few months ago that Dr Johnson who is one of the foremost men of the Presbyter ian church had chosen for his bride a Louisville young woman excited much interest Dr Johnsons first wife died about four years ago Dr Johnson is widely known in religious circles throughout the country es pecially among the clergy ot Presbyterian church He served one time as moderator of the Assembly He has also held the office of president of McCormick Seminary in Chicago eat professor emeritus of that insti tution and has written many works on theology which have been intro duccd into colleges as textbooks St Louis special in Courier Journal of Aug 8 Miss is here where she has made frequent visits to she is a bright woman and is receiving the best wishes of a wide circle at admirers Pooled Wool Sold The A S of E has sold Us en tire holdings of pooled wool in Ken tacky While the price obtained is not yet made public for certain reas ons yet it is known it sold fully up to the standard of the market and a better average than any pool yet sold in Kentucky Whjle the wool is better and cleaner than west ern Kentucky and last season brought 4j cents more per pound the present sale finds the A S of 15 leading in the 1910 sales pool will be at Greenville on Wednesday Aug 17 Let all who have wool be on hand see their wool graded and get their money for J F Doss Co Chm Mr Barbour Heads bull dog was returned from Louisville Tuesday and the report of the specialist who made the test for rabies showed the dog was free from the least symptoms The dog had bitten Mr A and the test was made- as a matter of safety and of course Mr Gilman and his friends feel greatly relieved territory- At I L about- a the S of f4 y t of He is at Pres Duncan wellknown relatives charming luegra s The received same J I I S Privately lot outlying woman announcement th a General Muhlcnberg county the Gilman ROUND TRIP fROM Central City On Regular Train 856 am And all Stations 0 N Ry WfDNfSDAY AUGUST 24 I FANS Our Electric Fans will Keep Yon Cool These Hot Days and Nights We have a stock on hand to sell or rent Call and let us demonstrate their value c i vr Keep Cool I GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO j INCORPORATED J A GILLMAN Manager h fi L r i E E E i L o E t t o r s a i Street Shooting Saturday Night About 830 oclock last Saturday night there was consfderable excite caused by a shooting scrape on Cherry street in front of the resi dence of Mr W G Dhncan when Ben Porter shot four times at Ben Downer with a revolver two of the shots inflicting flesh wounds in the hand and t tie arrrf Both parties are colored and the T I iymaiit was so near to Downer when he fired the shpts that the latter s shut was badly burned from thek powder flashes and jt is a miracle that Downer escaped death was given an examining trial before City Judge W H DeWitt on and held to the ac tion of the grand jury Me gave the 400 bond required re leased from jail Agricultural Expert to Speak Here Mr J H Arnold an expert in the agricultural department at Washington will address far niers of Muhlenberg county at the i pm on soils grasses rotation 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 County institute wick beginning the 22nd inst Rev P C Duvall is expected to preach here at church next Sunday evening and everyone is invited to attend Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state There have been a few mists of rain and light showers would help somewhat though crops are grow lug vigorously and corn is almost made with a good yield promised Mr S C Eaves has purchased the Roark lot and residence on the east side of Cherry street and intends to improve the property and establish his home at the new and desirable location Mr Paul Morgan who has been in the for about two years en gaged in the railroad service his father that he expects to make a visit here the latter part of the month He has made rapid pro gress receiving frequent promo tions and is now traveling car in spector covering wide territory far the Rock Island Lines I one fit the 8 r I m l II vas Aug 2 the 29tofcrops the Methodist u west writes- t i S ivL anent A Porter Porter Tuesday was await hadz assistant Mrs Eunice Jones who has suf fired for a week from an flux and who has been in a serious condition was reported as consider ably improved yesterday afternoon Und her speedy recovery is now predicted The splendidly kept condition of the Y M C A bath general comment from all ofUhfi than 300 baths were given last month and as the membership in creases the number grows Rev A L Melt and wife of Beaver Dam were here a few days this week visiting friends Rev occupied the pulpit morning and evening Sunday at the Metho dist church delivering two able ad dresses to large congregations Rev F E Lewis the pastor was Beaver Dam exchanging charges for the day Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc 3 Greenville is expanding It is compelled to do so for the city is growing so rapidly that all bounds are proving too small and outlying residence sections must be developed to care for our increasing popula tion The Humphrey addition will only last a short time when other divisions will have to be drawn in for building lots Mrs Duvall wifo of Rev IV C Duvall pastor of the M E church at South Carrollton died suddenly Tuesday after a short illness Rev R F Hayes conducted the funeral service yesterday afternoon and the body was carried to Hopkinsville for interment Deceased was wide ly known and was a woman of much force and character Robert and Mary Alma children of Mr and Mrs H L Kirkpatnck who have been at the home of Mr L Z Kirkpatrick since the fire which destroyed their home were on Tuesday morning taken to the home of their parents on Hopkins villc street the condition of both children being considerably and it is hoped they will soon entirely recovered The Greenville Coal Co which recently purchased the old First National Bank building this week commenced the work of remodelling and when the work is completed the building will be one of the most at tractive and convenient office hu hik in the city All modern venience will be installed and the coal company wll occupy the ass OQV aa oftices law pf Jonson Wicklnje Occupy the s corrdstory attackof causes Y or r A v n r Nell I t RiiI i improved con whll the firm Jonsou wilL i i 1 i r f r S R tit r 1 room S s v F ti r t 1 la- r K N 1 E be r ti ings its S ftM r T R0ARK Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults R0ARK lmjo J i a t l f7 0 0 0 o e f W lIp per 0 Ifrt1Jo 0 0 ii fD i I i f r 1 J t NS y T r w 4 1TiiI1Ti II T urns ure a a rave rsi ec ion SMALL HOG They Arc a Keeping the PJfia Healthy Until Ready For Market Since individual farrowing houses here come Into use mill proved n grcnt boon to swine breeders it has been discovered that these same houses are admirably adapted to sheltering hogs the year around Then Is no time of the your when they need tol e empty The average Utter farrowed In a smell house finds sutUelcnt room in It for I HOUSES f Meg isof t TIlE SMALL noo ROUSE From Breeders Gazette Chicago shelter until ready for market A house 0 by G feet will accommodate six hogs of pounds weight and ten hogs of that size will easily occupy a house G by S feet A drove of 100 hogs that Is forced at night to split up into small groups to sleep is practically insured against voids and pneumonia None of them can get steaming hot nUll there are none tint must always take the airy outside of the pig pile of hogs In a gront high shed where the whole drove might congregate As a thing perennial usefulness the small house has established Itself with a security that never would hove been possible It it were required only at fnrrowlng time because in these days of expensive lumber no man Is willing to maintain OIlY buildings that do not street absolutely necessary A uumbepofismall hog houses might cost line aggregate tioor space when it comes to a choice of one or the other the pig saying possibilities of the small house commend It to favor Water For the Flock tinny dockmastors formerly believed that sheep required no drinking wa ter Were you to ask some of these old timers why they did not provide for their flocks they would nn swer The sheets got dew In summer anal snow In winter These arM real ly not sufficient to quench the thirst Sheep troubled with Internal para sites drink large quantities of water Upon hut dry days an average sized luttturc sheep will drink a gallon of water provided the water Is pure Time Uock should never be forced to drluk stagnant slough water for they arc liable to take the dreaded puke into their system from this source Water standing in small pools exposed to the sun will soon become coated with a green scum which seems to cause scours Water containing an oxccss of lime should not be given to rondo as such water is very liable to cause bladder trouble or gallstones Bwcs are almost cxfnipt from this nil ment Soft water Is best for the ram Hock The sun purifies almost everything excepting water With water it nil the good and hiaves time evil Covered tanks are good whore there is but n smell drinking space left Let Spnr tanks filled by pure well water Running spring water Is Ideal for the hock Pure cool water both winter and summer is n boon and blessing to successful shepherding DAIHY NOTES Sklmmllk which Is whole milk minus part of Its tot mid which costs only its much ns whole runic furnishes protein about four times ns cheaply ns beef Caring For the Calf the newly born calf In the best clean dry warm place that you have mind especially avoid getting It chilled if you dont want it to have and Irocomo stunted Usinp the Separator In Cold Weather If the weather is very cold It Is well to a gallon or two of hot wiitcir through the separator to warm it m before time milk is poured in the milk will not be chilled Do this Milkinp Regularly darn n fixed time for milking always be punctual are nlu other farm work never allow It to crowd out your regular hour It will nut pay todo BO Value cf Good Cows Well Kept VMlh ao l milking wclf tell and Well kept milk ran be produced nt n cost of cents per hundred and butter fat for 1i cents a pound This J an average for time year round Riohricsa of Milk There fa only one way to measure milk and Is by the percentage of cream It contain Tho big may bo a robber BO fur as her feed bill compared ivHJj br rpturn goes j i v If r 22 l4 of j j J 4 t 1 rr 1 J 1 tel I t t I t sheep be I I scours 6 It t t It run I a a j0 It e rune II I t 4 IIIm lug A 1 J t o r- J It II 1 1 It 11I p r r w srrw llo q Irg tide rr t t Ih tie 1 5S evaporates I Y L t V half Iced y r file i S r t r amid yon 4 S t cows t i that3 cow s r 5dt YI w lv t tt r n B The Story cf Tabby Frisk and Fluffytail For the Children Miss Tabby FVIsk of Tompkins row lies ron quite thin with worry And when about her tasks plio goes Shes always In a hurry And It must also be confessed Her temper Is not of the best Miss Fluffytalt of Mousle street Is ever gay and hearty z Sho realty is the life and soul Of every pussy party Look on this picture then on that And say which s the wiser cat The Camel of South America The Mama Is the camel of South America Its most useful beast of bur den tilted to live in the mountains however Instead of In the desert It is handsomer than a camel although It hits the saute shaped neck and cal loused places on Its breast and fore knees It Is about as big as n donkey and looks something like a long legged and long necked sheep The llama tins been the beast of bur den In Pent and Chile for hundreds and hundreds of years It was in Tera when the Spanish conquerors first got there Jt Is exceedingly uscful Its went Is good to eat Its wool Is good to wear nil It Is so ttronj3rnndtame that It ran be made cht of from lvi tom pounds and can march thirty miles n day for live days in succession Its gait Is so steady that Its load need be only lightly fastened About 300000 llamas are In constant use for carrying silver bars from the Peruvian mines to tho smelting works and taking back provisions A train of these animals marching one behind the other In the greatest order fol lowing a leader adorned with a deco rated halter n l cll and a little lids head Is a pretty sight lu this way the llamas led by a couple of Indians will mirth along the snowy summits of mountains or along the edge of precipices where nol even a mule could go What an Animal Taught The editor once heard civil eng neer say that his profession Is indebt ed to animal Instinct for two Impor tent principles First he cited the method of building its damn It does not build straight across the stream but with an arch against the current its Instinct telling It Mint the dams will thus better resist floods and the Impact of floating lee It Is true that engineers generally build n dent straight perhaps to save material Lint the arched dam Is gradually coming Into use A case In point Is the Great Bear valley dam In California which Is built on the beavers plan and the engineer said that drams of that kind would be sure to prove more teal In the long run Chicago News A Bravo Turkey Mother While a turkey In n Michigan was lending around her little flock in search of food the air above was darkened by a hungry hawk about to swoop down on the young turkeys The mother turkey was up In arms In stantly and tried to drive ort time hawk but finding herself weakening she drove the little ones under a sloping board where the hawk not reach them readily Then site sped away and In n few minutes returned with a flock of ablebodled adult turkeys and the whole party made n combined nt tack on the barnyard pirate and bout him off Then the little ones came forth from their hiding place and there was a chorus of gobbles and whistles of triumph Birds Game This Is a very simple Enl player places a linger on the table which he must raise whenever the conductor of the game says Birds fly Pigeons fly or any other winged creatures fly If he names any creature without whig as Pigs fly nod any player th ugjflessly raised his finger that player must pay iw forfeit as he must also do It heomlls to raise his linger when a winged creature Is named Conundrums What diy In the year Is told to go March ltd Why are dent people lko Dutch cheeses Because you cant mulct them here hear What of the alphabet Is used 1 making n shoe The lust I Why Is ft tfiTvd man like au umbrella j Because he is uacd HE I ro m l nom could FlyA game ahead letter i Ji it r a 5 ft flagon hens farmyard finch ye 4a K A GIVE NATURE A CHANCE Tho strongest mhul havo tholr Inspiration from Nature Nature great teacher of mankind Wo cxn to for all our needs In the recent war the sur of tho Japanese and army discovered wounds would heal moro rapidly and with better success if loft to They wahod tho wounds with water boon boiled and thus bandaged the wounds with clean linen no drugs or antiseptics were ii d In their to Such methods resulted In tho loss cf ri t of RS2 men treated a naval hospital for their wounds I only from Natures liws wo t c t 11 rsiJTrr rt ono time or another from Indigestion impure blood and a rundown Our remedy 11 In Natures laboratory deep fragrant woods aro American tho roots cf which when properly treated will sup a Many years ago a physician vho hail nn among atllictcd made a striking departure from tho usual medicine ho went straight to Nature for tho euro of thosn disorders which resulted ro often In en nmcmic condition or im pure blood tars cf appetite palo or skin and weakness Dund thrt the bark of the lllacc tho root of tho Mandrake root Oncen3 root Bloodroot rrd Golden Seal root mndo into n scientific nonalcoholic extract tho mado tho best alters tire and limo refreshing Inlluflnco cf this extract h rt once apparent In tho recovered cf tho vital fires cf tho burn brighter and theIr increased activity consumes tho llssuo rubbish otherwise may tho system This altoratlvo and tonic extract been found to stand alone rs n fafo invigorating tonic as It docs not depend on for n false h Tfatttrcs oini method of and cleansing tho tem tones thin and tho blood In Natures own It j known all over tho world as Dr Golden Medical Discovery rime name was to because ono of tho Important was Golden Seal root Authority as Dr Roberts Bartholow of Medical College use ful as a stomachic tonic Cures catarrh of tho stomach and headaches tho same Dr Grover Coe In Organic Medicines speaking of Golden says that as a it has ho In chronic of tho bladder wo deem It ono of tho most agents of cure As a tonic in tho stages of fevers pneumonia dysentery anti other acuto veal root Ij peculiarly appropriate Wo would add that our experience has or Seal root to ho a laryngitis and other cf tho respiratory In chronic catarrh cf the rlomach and following abuse of alcohol a tonic after foyer Has a distinct antimalarial Influence Good In nil conditions a3- uAwfni frttnrrli 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