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Record Advertising Costs It NotHJng- It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates d I tt i1JfKJC1X1 rn tQ tcU lW H 1C X b 7 k R tr r- leaL r r- J m t Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections o wallpaper in stock ready for ery and sample books of the finest made which can be procured on after selection del h j short notice A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building need painting every delay costs you money sun rain snots and rod are Retting work Lumber too much to it for want of a little paiit It costs feu to ue rood than to go with out it Vc uc nothing but good paint on ow Work CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and Uio most expensive colors The kind of pint we use never oaks o tcalcj wear will remove it Let us figure with you when ready to paint J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious i It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRA rLiver Medicine The reputation of this did relia ble medicine for constipation Jn andliver trouble is established It docs not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a calc than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN K ectintd firmly argcr r costs d 1V and alckolr e r COME TO US FOR Wallpaper Come in to see us first or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher- f ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE tfurnlture Cdaltuaucr TUnDcrtaftcrs GREENVILLE KY lastany Pf 1 flgcorbJ DR J W BARLQI Bridge Work done at reasonable prtcea OQluu up stairs in the Jomb UiilldlngX DRT J OOlcc MalUcrottn Htroct near GU Office in Green Caltdinj opposite 00 LOUELLA HELI OSTEOPATH Office at Home East MaincrossSjrcer Tclcpliono J E Baili DentLrt J Greenville office OperaBgjjj Central City office over StorerJs Jewelry Store White 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LC A7 t uhLn qnc 1Kw frn- t Ml t V7 0 ihnwn St PHOTO nV lltf Ask take for ornata i troubles iro It r will you nun cr that tgreat cnale rcmady JVVVWMMV VV I fc Yort- o Cardul your becactsa w euro lLe11 yth 3 CARDU g has brought relief to thousands of her sick women so why not to a yoi For headache backache j periodical pains female veak m ness many have said It Is tho 3 best metllclno to take Try it I old iii City I FJ 1 V r t i TItaS Yt t REVCLVI dG- t1EHJY r Iattcnak wa run Pn s INS 1jEN Q- DE IALBILL 1UWSAS CIiY q j M0w KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES WE BUY OOL 1 BeingDeaks 1 we can da betty her than aJenU or cannbiiea oerchaib Reference any bank in LoamiUe We furnish Wool Bafr Free to out shippers Write for price list inV T1 LoibtiIieKr HIDESANDFU R 1K SABEL SONS Union Lock Poultry FenceeloM math Tbi most fertea on U suit ror poultry 7rd otcttrdi and ttrdini and at no cost nttlt Wilio Igr csUloz of ftne tar all iwtrpoM- tmnon PENCE co ixKaib m KUUS city HOWARD CO AND QUS2E THE Ittfor Ho- C fit KILlTHE COUOH LUNCS Susan than WITH fOR Dr Kings New Disc very cOUCHS OLDS PnICE GOo 100 Trial Freo AND ALL THROAT Arm LUNG TROUBLES SATISFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED I GUARANTEED White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Cures Colas In any part of body a- Hrtlrvnn ANY H t liiOuonja Cough By I XlM 08 tlw t tall Me FrotVxiU M Y School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Male and school supplies of all kinds also f3 SIC i JwlIre lllr poI oQIIQ tIm a I t i t C n an rte ners ouoliatnofailthlewill hing a i a taro Takrn Ia Irr ent S lilt Cold lihottnatbtnCruutctr YrnW ra iC r1I GJII1IIIJIIIXUC IllI tXJIzIIJIIoJIIrIJt Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters etc and the most inviting field in I r w 7A1Mr a 1r 3wKMPw IIMw w a ihwMw as Mr cyr r- q il clay Ken tuckY for investment ofcapital and pluck r y VOL XII NO 27 GREENVILLE IY IS 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE io f THURSDAY GUSTK i e The Old Fashioned Lollipop There was a day now gone but happily remembered when the ques tion of lollipops was wholly financial with no hint of bacteriology hy giene sanitation or health No inspectors stood between you and the candy case If you had a you ran to the grocery store and after painful and emotional hesi tancy weighing the merits of the all day sucker against those of taffy on a stick you bought one or the otherIf were in a mood of prodigal extravagance you probably chose the taffy It was sweeter but like all sweets the shorter lived If you were cautious and knew not whence would come the next penny you bought the all day sub stantial dainty in the naming of which there was not much digression trqm the demonstrable facts in the caseThe generation of grocers was one of white whiskered men wearing over the rims of his spectacles while you made your choice Ills experience fitted him to understand the momen tous nature of the deliberations but you noticed frequently that his ex pression was similar to that which he observed the seemingly uninten tional but nevertheless increasing proximity ot Capt WilliaTnsbaugh to the dried apple barrel or the cracker box You often had heard the grocer remark that some day he would send Capt Williamsbaugh and several others a bill for their keep Such remarks never were made in the hearing of the captain he being convinced that his services to his country in a time of need justified any proximity to the dried apple barrel which he desired to maintain You also had heard it said that the grocer neednt kick Why you should have directed against you the same look of mixed apprehension and suspicion was be yond understanding You were not going to get anything for nothing You had a penny to spend and a transaction involving its exchange for an all day sucker or for warranted the attendance of the grocer on your wants for fifteen or twenty minutes Sometimes he departed without excusing himself to draw a gallon of coal oil for another customer and returned wiping his hands on the side of his trousers and with the re mark Well young man when ARE you going to know what you want If you were of a timid na ture the unjust emphasis of that question upset your power of selec tion completely and occupied another ten minutes in silence rub bng your nose on the outside of the glass case x Usually your discretion prevailed and you selected the all day sucker popping it into your mouth and de parting with a suddenly acquired semblance of the mumps This was a betrayal of your enjoyment of luxury and it subjected you to looking to the securing of a ten minute loan of the sucker They usually opened with pleadings and promises beginning with Aw gwan Your scruples were not hygienic but you had been through experience with larger boys Before you learned caution you had seen loan converted into perman ent possession and your remons trances went for nothing You were not selfish and you re allzed that a certain reciprocity en tend into the matter The next day the other boy might have the penny the sucker For community purposes tally on a stick better The sucker had been known to be come so tightly wedged in the cheek clamped in by the jaws that it could not be extracted Dissolu tion Was the only salvation This had known to happen in cases where the one to whom it had been loaned was guided by the highest sense of personal honor Occasionally you bought neither the sucker nor the taffy but took of the striped barber pole sticks in a glass jurors top of the case If you could come into possession of half a lemon from which not quite penny t Ou 4 o suckera n grocerthat glasseslooked a It J J anyway that all the driedapples the e plain lh ll at t t t taut r r you 9 J negotiations 1 U some II a f of land was i J J been I I j j r tlI t I a i p r n r R I at lfierc ut b- ioatcutLaEc h N L r n a 1 r iI 1 tonet t A yr tr a t all the juice had been squeezed for lemonade a delightful combination could be made You used the striped stick as a pump shaft with the half lemon as the well your mouth as the suction chamber and your tongue as the pump handle Chocolates and soft bonbons of Lydian effeminacy were unknown Maple sugar you had at seasons but it although delicious was of too little ruggedness to resist sturdy as saults It was but too soon gone leaving a saccharine emptiness They were primitive days but there were no health department warnings to disturb you LADY WANTED To introduce our very complete Fall line of beautiful wool suitings wash fabrics fancy waistings silks hdkfs petticoats etc Up to date N Y City Patterns Finest line on the market Dealing direct with the mills you will find our prices low If others can make 1000 to 3000 weekly you can also Samples full in neat sample case shipped express prepaid No money requir ed Exclusive territory Write tor particulars Be first to apply STANDARD DRKSS GOODS COMPANY Dept 500 Binghamton N Y Sentence Sermons You cannot lead without love Its no use trying to be a grateful grumbler Heavenly love is more than a love for heaven Originality is the original sin to the bigot The cross Christian is not bear ing the Christians cross Many mistake the worship of for the custom of worship People who are hungry to be martyrs make a good many miser able Love may seem to serve blindly but the service illumines the world halo Many a man thinks he is pibus who is only peddling other peoples phrases It is better to be killed by hard times than to have to work hard to kill time The fact that you are displeasing people is no evidence that you are pleasing the Lord If it seems as though heaven might be a dull place remember they have an inside view of all our antics You cannot always trust the mo Lives of the man who thinks he can tell you all about the motives of the Most High Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky Steitc Fair Louisville Sept li rrenofburp tug 10 four BticphenlftTllItt AMR 17 three Brunillicari Any 17 three iliiytt hiring Aug 17 lath lays Slielbjrvllle Any Hi four ilaya 1 llznb Hhtovn Aujr 23 three days Lotulou AlI four days ErliuiKor An tl four days NlihuliiHvllIc Au 30 three dots Kern Creek lug 30 four llnnllntiliurg AMR 30 three days Ilnrbuurvillr dug 31 Florence Sept 0 three tiny Motitlccllo Scptk fi three dnya Hoduciivlllc Sept 0 three days Morjrimtown Sept 2i three daya Fixlmoutli Sept 28 four dnyn Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Posters Circulars Programs Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything instructions custom Mau1 inser tirW t or 4fIN days x according alntintl stop rte dusT tiny ea tilt threedays BUSINESS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and tree from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For ftrstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Ronrks are lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory roc JS selections laundrywork AVAMMIMN WWVAAMAM NEtlf DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS LIFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the better I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is perfectly well and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Ava Xo 60c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists 1 s ILL liD ANDSIOO c 4 jfYy 4 W k PaleFaced Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions dark circles under eyes drawn features and tired worn out expressions you need a tonic tonicItare specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed and to the wornout womanly Cardui is a It contains no no iron no no lime no glycerin no dan gerous or habitforming drugs of It is harmless and safe for young and old louse minerals S i r r framerf 3r Taite r- I 4 343 ARDUITlle WfJmaris fume 4 After my doctor had done all he said he could for me writes Mrs Wm Hilliard of Ark I took Car jl dui on the advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered frera fimale gj for years but since taking it am ia liaerftb I that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it Write to Ladies Advisory C pt Medicine Tensfor Special Instructions Home Treatment Women seat free j j troubles ClI think there is some of the best advise in Yom book c book i sod f M s y Y for 1 75Saver 0- 0 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS fur only The regular price is Those who or mail this advertisement to us days after it and telling us where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 and stationery are included No time limit If not read now buy one use rJtt I f too Socond and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY Advisethe use of a goodlaxatlve to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from getUiigfiito your system The latest product of science VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gQntle rcUabb and of a pleasant arwiutlic Velvo acts on the liver as well as on stomach and bowels and the Greatest possible efficacy in constipation Indigestion biliousness sick ieidacbe ievcriiJine etc VF 1 l 2PRISCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Physicians I is of cp2vzar t t rsuoarouaTn ale It hate r F S t a rC r LAXATIVE SYRUP 1 dj J C 5na LIVER An Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS 0 u 1f E REtaRD ruuttelIIU Tllt1nMPATII f 4 1 MSNM4Mr9bMJVV4nSnw w4n dVM1 UT- I KKBPruaUentOwa OniCX L ROAKK telrutnrr Iv ROAKK KDITOK Lana titetnncc Telephone No 72 OlUce la B W HOIKS roar of ground flour so mi P in ADVANCE TERMS The ulnicripUuti price of the Is H u MtTNttc t 4 when the lisle Hnaoxplrrd I htoJi It U I ll pnper will be topped firdnof UiHMkft obituary itollec etc If not lvuor tbatt ton Hnrn will A ciivxv f kc line will bo In mo VKrintlon of thin rule to nuyoi t- riv twyl uaytta wilt bo nmllvtl- A tiM mcnlM wMI b lumtrttnl Arnttcnrd will i fitrnliilietf on roqHtat- iilifwalIrtNHiuuwlcatiniuinnil re nmUnO payable to ItUCOltlJ Circonvlllo y THURSDAY AUGUST IS MO1 Entered at tine anwnrlUe Ky pofltofllcc as Boconilchtws umticr Ovcu 8000 persons are dying each week of cholera in Russia but there is a general impression that they do not lose much CALIFORNIA is planning two ex positions to celebrate the opening of the Panama canal in 1915 ona for caeh end of the ditch we as AKMIFS of the whole world are trying to learn how to shoot aero planes No wonder the Wright brothers confine their efforts to teaching others how to fly Uri of the causes of the attempt assassination of Mayor Gaynor was that New Yorkers had to believe that a public job was a permancHtfrce lunch I KCHOT is to occupy the rear platform with Col Roosevelt on the lattets western tour The cx pull his hair and look thought ful while the expresident is telling audiences what a fine man Mr Taft MR JROOSRVPJT has hunted bear and buffalo in the west met and stayed lions and elephants in Africa but it is a sure guess that he will not meet the ye uji j who has vfsits Oklahoma this fall WE congratulate the census bureau v for refraining from announcing populations of Minneapolis and St Paul and of Cleveland and on the same day There is no use of increasing unnecessarily the mortality from apoplexy SAXS the New York Telegram That hairy old swindle the letter writing fieonwhoknowswhcrethcres an in it scheme has been revived On the contrary it has never needed reviving having born busily pulling in suckers ever since Columbus put Arncriw on the map THE average at a good col lege is paid less than a policeman The mpst learned professor docs not get as much as a police inspector Few college presidents arc reward cd as well as a politic superintendent All of which provokes the inquiry If all Incomes were graded down to instructors how many fath ers could send their to college Tim buildings of the ftrus ads Belgium International JCxpo sidon were destroyed by fire last Sunday at an estimated loss in money of 10000000 The great er loss is in the destruction of dreds of articles of rare values in pictures tapestries wood and wory carvings jewelry ceramics bronzes and statuary timt were on exhibition from all quarters jt the world and not be possible to replace in great measure Numbering Ones Days To most men retirement from bus mess or the daily tasks of life on ac count of age whether voluntary or not is distasteful even when ac companied by the accustomed in come or a pension It is difficult for the men of three score years and ten or even three score years to accommodate themselves to the new conditions They arc rendered un happy by lack of their old time The end of life ap preciable nearer That are supplanted younger men and their methods by newer ones seem humil iating to them Each year seeS more and spore such retirutn nts the persistent discussion of pensions pre c e ua YEAR c c I the free o H till Pink e c I f sum I 1 b entrained rest ercan lan J i u those of pns main a to J wilt 1 4 d I activities Gum the 4 b ol lag RAIN slur lilt u r hay a x per mode bueeeed rnnke t a st t isr tl the- E E Cincinnati Spanishprisonerina dun oldlcathertrunkwitha million tutor R J bung I whicf r I a r Y yl A and a a i V t t sages at some future time the exist ence of a large and constantly chang ing body in society existing on that basis At present with us the move mcnt has not extended beyond and the military service but already it is proposed that the government pension Its civil and it may be that in tine old age pensions will be instituted here as they are in continental Eu rope to include the whole nation When such time arrives it will be necessary for individuals to view the practice from another point of view than that with which it is generally regarded today if great unhapptncss is to be avoided And in this we venture to rcccommend to the reading of every one the calm and beautiful article The New Reservation of lime in the Atlan tic Monthly for August by William Jcwctt Tucker Mr Tucker on at taining his seventieth year was re a pension from the presi dency of Dartmouth college a po sition which he had held with great distinction for ninny years lie had not felt his age and scarcely rcalix cd that he had attained the allowed span so his retirement to him was unexpected but so far from feeling humiliated at having gone into res idence he finds his life there is most stimulating and quickening In spite of the fact that I am cut off from certain public activities and put upon a reduced regimen for each days work The reason for this unexpected result is found in the new valuation of time which had come with the change One learns easily to real ue time whtn the imperative occa sion arises And with this newly acquired sense conies a great exhil aration Time he says has now become in a very appreciable way a freed possession and in his old age one learns how as the Psalmist advised to number his lays not as the miser does by subtraction but by addition one day more to enrich the sum total- I count it a very great liberty he again says to be allowed as it is certainly a very great art to be able to live in right proportion to the present This liberty and the art to use it make up another of the rights and privileges which belong toihosc who have entered upon the or time few ot us much out of the present Our real world is a world of plans of expectations and of anxieties We become disciplined to fore thought and prevision But we cannot believe that it was meant that our future should empty our present of so many of its rightful satisfactionsThis of time will have its problems too but they will be solved as they arise without doubt Space will not permit here further examples of Mr Tuckers philosophy or his enumeration of the satisfactions the amenities and the pleasures which his mind derives from this opportunity to revalue time TilE TRIP OF YIUR DREAMS 5I8M Louisville Peioskey Bay View Cliarlcvoix Wequefonsing Mackihac Isle and Return Over Beautiful Lake Michigan TUESDAY AUG 23 via MONON ROUTE and Steamer Manitou The most perfect summer tour of any offered combining a cool and restful lake voyage from Chicago to Northern Michigan qn a safe and luxurious vessel with a comfortable night journey on a faultless train lighted by electricity over a splendid Louisville to Chicago Tickets will be gootl returning until Sept 8th and at a price so cheap as to solve the ex pense problem on Steamer Manitou are served a la carte state room accommodations from Ji to 2 per berth according to location Party limited in number but accom modations on the Manitou arc tko very best Further particulars will be cheerfully furnished by address ing E H Bacon D I A Ky Special Rates Over the Illinois Central Railroad Company Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1217 1910 sale date Sept 10 to 17 including limit for return Sept 1910 Fare for round trip 424 under 12 years 210 Lodge Masons Louisville Oct ig20 1910 saia tjatg 17 18 and 19 limited for return 22 Fare for round trip ao W G CRAWftftf A f con- neCtion tiredon tI tt u e rva ton cry get to temperedand roadfrom Louisville children Gland Oct Get 1 Age i io f d r j corporations servants Meals tri POURING OUT TILE HOLY SPIRIT IY J U JAMICS We sometimes hear in prayer the pray for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit Did you know that Cod could as easily pour out as to pour out his spirit A few scriptures will convince you that we ask amiss when we ask God to pour out his spirits See Act 2nd chapter 16 17 verses But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Jocb And it shall come to pass in the last lays saith God i will pour out of my spirit upon all flesh timid your sons and your daughters shall prophesy and your young men shall sec visions and your old men shall dream dreams and on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my spirit and they shall prophesy So we sec that instead of God pouring out the spirit Me poured out of the spirit Now what was it that Me poured out It was gifts power to prophesy power to speak with tongues power to interpret power to heal These gifts were poured out on the day of Pentecost as reported by Luke in the second chapter of Acts There were men present from every nation under heaven who were made to hear the Apostle Peter in their own tongue wherein they were born the spirit spoken of by God and which Christ promised to send to the chinch That prophesy and promise was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost Those gifts were poured out and trot the spirit See Acts loth chapter verses 4446 While Peter yet spoke these words the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word and they of the circumcision which believed were astonished as many as came with Peter because that on the gentiles also was poured ut the gift of the Holy Ghost for they heard them speak with tongues and magnify God So sec it was gifts of the spirit which was poured out and not the spirit God could no more pour out his spirit than I could pour out my spirit Again see Acts nth chapter 1417 verses Peter before the church the conversion of Cornelious And as I began to as on us at the beginning then membered I the word of the Lord how that he said John indeed with water but ye shall be the Holy Ghost for as much then as God gave them the like gifts as He did unto us who on the Lord Jesus Christ what was I that I God So Peter tells us that it was gifts of the spirit which was poured out and not the spirit Aside from the day of Pentecost and at the house of Cornelious these gifts of the Holy Spirit came through the laying on of hands by the Apostcls Sec Acts 19 chapter And when Paul had laid his hands upon them the Holy Ghost come on them and they spoke with and prophesied See Acts 9 verse 17 And Ananios went his way and entered into the house and putting his hands on him said Brother Soul the Lord Jesus that appeared unto thee in the way as thou cOOlest hath sent me that thou mightest receive thy sight and be filled with the Holy GhoSt The The great apostcl to the gentiles was one born out of due time The gifts of the Holy Spirit were not be ing pourcd out now These gifts were at this time bestowed by the laying on of hands Soul convers ions according to the best authority about 13 years after the begin ning whjch at Pentecost Hence the necessity of Ananios laying his hanDs upon him that he might re ceive the gifts of the spirit These gifts of the Holy Ghost all ceased with the Apostolic age Since the amen of John upon the Isle of Patmos no one has been baptized with the Holy Spirit no one has spoken with tongue or prohesicd since the close of the postolic age of this fact sec 1 Cot 13th chapter 8th verse But whether there be prophecies they shall fail whether there be tongues they shall cease whether be knowledge it shall vanish away Seeing these gifts have ceased should any pf us claim that we have cen baptized by the Holy Chost or should we pray God to pour out His Spirit 1 think nut Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a Sam Ree Martins barber shop GrcatcstJabor saver ever invented be seen at Roarks r 1 et part himself u I ou rehearses t s G stt baptizedwith believed couldwithstand u tongues roof IC mat can I 7 yIf C f fi 1t ak talc 1lol rev baptized chapter was peas there re Union Sunday School Picnic Thursday PROGRAM All day Shoot the Shoots 10 A M Sack Race for Boys Prize Necktie by Sidney Fred Each contestant furnishes his own sack 1030 Guessing of Beans for Girls under 16 Prize 1 12 Ib box candy each for first and second guess Jarvis Williams 1100 A M Climbing Greased Pole Prize 1 Bill by A Barker 1200 M Best Cake any kind Prize Arm Rocker The J L Roark Estate DINNER 2 to 230 PM Voting Contests Best looking Boy Baby under 2 years Prize Silk Cap by L Hummel Best looking Girl Baby under 2 years Doll by W H Brizen dine Most Popular Young Woman from 16 to 24 Prize 2 lb box Jacobs Candy made last night by Leslie Hale byG300 P M Four legged Race Prize Cap by T C Baird Announcements and Distribution of Prizes at 3 P M TilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY A Wickliffe W G Duncan E Martin R T Martin E J Purycar C M Jno T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility the men who constitute Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management BUMXKD1 ROM GENERAL INSURANCE k PUNr tlTNUjTI 1 ftI jar Prize DIRECTORSW C Martin J I r6 t i S 1 on our We represent the Home o of N Y Insurance writes all kinds of farm and city property I that s FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN XOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY lien you wan I T 0 f 1 ENCWED VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONERY IRecorfcitbe F6 2COlouisvileKxIMANUFACTURING Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality WAllPAPER Special Prices Ji fS7 W pc t J at RoarKs Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age ve solicit all or part of future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier The Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS YEA3 3OGGO In Premiums o HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Rciouroas ExnILItod DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATIELLO AND HIS SAND Freo Attractions Uptodato Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBITATTENDB003T WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PRGFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES Infwmatlw JW NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul I C ET SEPTEMBER 121314161617 A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 SOME OF ITS FEATURES V V All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free and exchange column use of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the moist obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his and to serve them when needing anything in tire job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices arc right Satis faction guaranteed If iJ v MUHLENBERG COUNTY It z 2 your D r 1 J A 1 A For further Jon LOU V ILL MUUIINBfRG 191q t o 1Jc 0 1 i t c t t want fo allof 1 ycarandworth Ii II 11 oldcustomers J e p SAV1GS AK Staff a r HiS L a 4- JJ r write Bldp rSNTINFL a t l 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 about to paint or varnish enamel or supply eicactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect ACME QUALITYkind varnishes all carrying the guar markWith purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paintsand Finishes theonlycom plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Co tm Incorporatel inv can because we II 1 mk t1 t 4yt x- c 1rly- r M i ft j I 1f Jt k i1P i S t je y 2 l a Healthful Qualities to the Food Economizes Flour Butter said Eggs Adds I AtICING OWbR The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum Ho Lime Phosphates I C R R LOCAl TIME CARD NOUTII nnuMi- HO 123 LowUrlllc Express 103 Olnclnnntt KxprcRA 1Q4 Louisville Limited 100 Central City ncconi 11 2 a in I SI pin C8 urn flit pm IllS PaJucnli tuul Cairo nieom 121 Kulou Accommodation I2IOpm1- Q1 Now Orleans Hpoolul 108 X O Spec Louisville only 130 nm 1010 WdOnAwronu At THE BLESSED SLEEP Y BL12AHKTU UAUItBTT IlKOWNINti- Mr KlltnlietU IJarrttt Krownlnjr burn In Uimlon In 1HW died In Fiotvnco Juno 3 lt01 on of the tniMt highly ffKtwl of women writer and n port of nniiHiinl iMjn rn tame suffers only In that It Is uvvmiinilowert 13 that of her brilliant liUHlwuil Itoltvrt Browning Sonic of their best refer to their nriinlniiloii anil nUeotlon enoh outer Like her husband Mrs llrownlnir wrote much reltclouH poetry though of u chameter entire ly from his Of nil the thotiphtA of Oo l that are Borne Inwanl Into wuils afar Along the pscitwlHts musts deep Now tell me If that anjr to For Rift or grarq surpamliiK thl lie KKetli his beloved What would wo plvo to our iHjloreil The herosheart to bo The ivoetrt Miirtnnwl hnrp to iiwecji The patrlotH voter to tench niulTuune The monarch crown to light the IITUWH He glrcth ills beloved steep Sleep troll belated wt sometime sue Vlio no tune to ehartn away tfa l dreams that through the cyvlhlH creep But never alelul ilr an npntM III cloud abort It salleth stilt Though on Its men and reap Mure only thou the dew U Or cloud Is floated overhead He Rlveth his beloved bleep Give us your job work Attend the pic nic today Roads arc dustier than they have been this summer Concrete men are weeks behind with their contracts Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks One or two good wet showers would be appreciated now Good morning Meet you at the Union Sundayschool picnic Attend the at the home of Mr L W Irvin next Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Crops are not suffering but a good rain help considerably Orien li Roark was in Drakes boro Monday night on a profession al call Mr Hugh IJohannon is here from Paducah spending his vacation his parents Get and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Sundayschools the city in un ion picnic at the Slaton woods west end Mr J S improving his by the addition of a and commodious Vv J 1 Mr Eavcs and bins Mattie paves are in St Lowfs buying for the various departments of R Martin Co See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks There will be at least a dozen prizes given at the union Sunday school picnic today and many per sons will be eligible Miss Pearl Rice returned to her home iii Auburn Ills Tuesday after a visit of several weeks with relatives and friends here NO- r II inn I 340 pin i t Juno e8 1t her 1 1 1 f i t t j 1 I It would I u 1 J P dPI I j 4 home 4 31 It Geo j t C t 4 J ff to t 4 I1- i IT- f t 1 J ttuyJ 1 a it h l 1 4 i total aoorn I l ussr r e e hems fin f steep unmoved have n t nil1tettk ihPtn p tm I yrca t SthhaIi i demo rep mfl ly pnthoblU lope sow shed t i c party Monda night r t 9 S r a allay 1 Miller i5 a i newt verandas y goo T S r 4 r 1iSi 4 d r P 4 a r bx 5r rtt IY p a THE RKCOKU Soc per year The lid will be on tight Sunday nothing except medicines allowed sale Help find Lost Child on college campus next Wednesday evening Give your job printing orders to Tint RKCOKD The last lowrate excursion of the season to Mammoth Cave will be run next Wednesday and it is that a large crowd will be carried See advertising columns Peter Long colored died at his home in Drakcsboro Monday night from a three weeks illness of fever His body was shipped to Morton Gap his old home for burial Mrs Annie R White and Miss Rebecca White left Monday for St Louis where they go to make their home with Mr Pallas White They have the best wishes of many friends Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Mr T M Jennings of Zion here trie first of the week Mr Jen nTtisasfaii undertaker and embalm been in Central City prospecting and has some other points in view Mr W G Crawford wife and child are visiting Mr parents in Millwood and will spend two weeks there The I is being held by Mr L E Rich mond during Mr Crawfords Judge J C Jonson was overcome by the heat on his way to Sunday school last Sunday morning and was assisted to his home He soon revived and is improving satisfac torily and will soon be out again it is hoped Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered There will be an old and young party at the home of Mr and Mrs W Irvin next Monday night and three hundred invitations have issued If you didnt get one it was an oversight go anyway you will be welcome and you will have a good time too f Mr Paul S Morgan of Little Rock is here on a visit to his fathcr Mr G W Morgan He is traveling auditor for the Rock Island System in the freight car service and ware house storage and is making good in his important position He return Sunday being able to away for only a week at this time Next Monday the county teachers Institute will convene at the court remain in session until Friday evening Miss Leila E Pat ridge professor of methods and teaching in the Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond will be the instructor aunt her work here insures vi i t another profitable session unijei her Get Hamptons magazine and TUB Rficoun for the price of the alone The attention of our readers is directed to the advertisement of the State Fair in this TIjc pros peels for the fair are brighter this year than ever before as there is a growing interest in all sections Many people from this county are planning to attend and there will be some exhibits from ers that are almost sure to prove prizewinners a a f 1 f I I on tiThe 0 likely I JIt IsseeMugTruluindto ut Cages vacation tt houseand practice I directohtt f mega inc issue ItIi It l en w er and lie East last year Dtuhlenb n c z erg Prof Lucius S Stinnett Dead Proto Lucius S Stinnett newly elected principnl of the Central City schools died in a sanitarium in Louisville Sunday after being there a few days under treatment bout two weeks ngo he collapsed j while conducting an institution at Morgantown and his mind became affected to such an extent that it was deemed necessary to have him placed under the care of a special ist and his many friends hoped for his recovery However his condi rapidly grew worse and the was rather unexpected Prof Stinnett had taught in the Central City school heretofore until two years ago since which time he had been in control of the school at London Ky He had many friends here as he was a bright capable man and had faculty of makirg friends llis was carried to his olll home at Kus sellville and burial was held there Tuesday afternoon conducted the Masonic order of which he was prominent member Many Masons and trends from this county were present He is survived by his wife who has the sympathy of many friends Fine Residence to be Built Mr W A Wickliffe has received from Joseph Joseph prominen architects of Louisville accepted plans for his new residence which will be built on Ins plat of ground on Hopkinsvillc street The site will be nearer the strut than the present residence and the site is one that could liardly be improved The proposed home will be perhaps the finest in the county It will be two stories and basement tha basement to be of concrete first story brick veneer and second story concrete veneer splatter dash finish All modern conveniences and comforts will be incorporated and the home will be delight to the occupants and an object of pride to the town are now preparing bids be opened soon Burr Grist My new burr grist mill is in anon call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to and chopped corn jl 28 J A Sundayschool Buildings The excavation work has been started o the Methodist Sunday and foundation work will be started in ten days it is hoped Most of the material is on the ground and the work will be pushed along at top spud so as to have the building under cover and ready for inside finish before bad weather arrives This needed to the church building is the deepest interest of every pupil and not one has failed to to the building Some of the little folks have put to shame their elders by their liberality One of the most progressive towns in Muhlenberg IB Drakcsboro It is growing rapidly in population houses in great numbers are being built streets Improved and concrete pavements are being laid in stretches of half miles at a time They have n stock law and many fences arc being torn away adding to the ap pearancc of things generally Roark has an immense stock of needles shuttles bobbins etc for also oil bands rub bers and such supplies chance All aboard The excursion of the season to Louisville will leave here at 3 59 p m on Tuesday August 30 a special train running through from Coving ton Tenn and trip rate t 1 tats ueing 5175 Quite a large party from this place will go other points in the count wjU furnish delegations Returning thei train will leave LouisviUtf at p m Thursday Sept i Expert t Spea Ijcrc V Mr J H Arnold qi expert as sistant in the agricultural department Washington will address the far mers of Muhlcnbcrg county at the court house on Monday Aigu t aq at f qplqclj be on soils grasses rotation of crops and other important matters be of benefit to farmers Tripes should be an attendance that will tax the court room as this will bo a special opportunity for the tillers of the soil to learn some things they need to know j Ilion andadmirers b Contractors whichwill u1iliuht SJI vim schoolroom addition attracting contribute a allmachines rillLast getfinal flit rotnc1 I ernand l at HITI tAIl rlfl 4 otr 7 7 T S i night theO Mills opt tr from point den tnf l4tl liis twill T r hat Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need AVJiJ HAVJB No Public Debt Low Tax Rnto 75c par 100 Special inducements for Factories Dftkcr and Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Bits 1647 Population New 100000 Court House Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Beaks Two Newspapers and Job Plants Five Tobacco factories Three Phtnirtg Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Stores Drug Stores Motel Twentyfive Merchants Four Barhar Shops 12500 Y M C A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Whites Two Churches for Colorod One Meat Market One Shoo Repair Shop Two Livery Siablds Three Dentists One Watchmaker Ten Doctors Seventeen Lawyers Seven Insurance Ayento One Brick Plant Two Concrete Concerns Several Large Coal Mines near One Jail One Lockup More miles of concrete pavement than any town of like size in State Two Undertakers Three Licensed Embalmers One Marble Monument Works Two Blacksmith Shops No Empty Residences or Business Houses Too Many Loafers Ono Tailor and Repair Shop Ono Opera louse One Telephone System One Telegraph System Four Lodge A Stock Law Efficient Fire Department NVJD SSTIDED Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant Dairy s Florist Truckmen and Gardonora More Modern and pdliyciy bettor treats Additional Boarding Houses Public Park Lake and BhtBa More Workmen oil lines Extension of Water Service r Music Store Uptodate Restaurant Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiloa More Tree Planters Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon Yard Storage and Warehouse Band and Orchestra f Popular Lyceum Course Trained Nuns Machine Shop anti Foundry Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works More Weed Pullers 4 Modern Apartment Building Union Sunday school Pic Nic Today The annual union Sunday school picnic of the tour churches of the city will be held today mthc Slaton woods west qf town and several hundred persons mostly children will spend the greater part of the day in these beautiful woods Var ious features of amusement will be provide and all sorts of substan tial and nicknacks will be abundant ly supplied These occasions arc always enjoyable affording social pleasures to old and young but no body is old at least for the day while watching the youngsters have a good time Stock for Sale House for Rent After serving the trade for years in the millinery and attend nut lines have decided to sell my business my house for rent at reasonable price bus ness is welt established and the sjand well ocAted and generally known Have small amount suminer goods on hand while the winter stock is all fresh and unopened and was select ed with great tare Vfll a bargain and desire to close out at MKS M MARTIN All children are invited to the chutes 3 to 6 tomorrow afternoon 1T The ejn rente of Uio past few daj Uas aupt i an increase In the mortality rate A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from u to 135 the sweep era 3 to 575 See them Roarks and have other advantages tjian the moneysaving features ex plained OREENVILLE I r t Hall Jt Home- DJ8yman r Hell p I I B Hat te t S rose i1t rt t4 r 0 I ne Li lit Service City s r a a l and offer fly o lice Itc ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH CAVE M 6 it 3 I lr r C nP Y 7 J 1f a X a s t i yr f I ry 1- S385 ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY 650 This includes your board and admission to the several routes hi the Cave for a promenade or dance A GRAND OUTING of Phone L fc N Ticket Agent I neW I Jill Si i s DAYS aTRl E Aunt Margaret Wickliffe Breaks Hip in Fall Aunt Margaret Wickliffc while walking across her room in her home near the depot last Wednesday evening caught her foot under a rug and was thrown to the floor re suiting in a breakage of the right hip at the joint The injury is a painful one and on account of Mrs Wickliffes age the result was with anxiety but she is getting along splendidly and is making as rapid progress toward recovery as could be hoped Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold T C duPont Seriously 111 Friends in the county have been advised of the serious illness of Mr Coleman duPont ut his hunt in Wilmington Del Mr duPont lived at Central City number of years being in charge of the Central Coal Iron Cos iJtcrcsts in this section but he left hers many years ago and for some time has been president oi the duPont Powder Co The cause of his illness is stomach trouble from which he has been a sufferer for many years and it is doubtful if he will recover Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Dank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Entertainment OH College Campus The children of the primary grades under the direction of Miss Lillian Craig will give the play The Lost Child under the trees at the college next Wednesday evening A small admission fee will be chug cd the entire receipts to be used for the procuring of needed articles for Miss Crays room Everyone should go as they will be entertained and at the same time help a worthy You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked Powderly Miss May Toll is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs T Q Fortney preaching here Sunday Mr and Mrs Withers left for a visit to relatives in Indiana Miss Addle Keys has returned front an extended visit to Hopkins ville Miss Fooley of Earlington is visiting Miss Gable Hansbro weekMiss May Dean returned from a visit to friends at Moorman last week Prof II A Robinson fijpm Uniontown spent Sunday in our midst Njiss Anna Adcock from Lou ville is the guest of hle ounA Miss1 Innie Dunty- M rs Nora Green from the Nebo neighborhood spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Keys Mr L Ki Olcnimona and Mr Qodman Dean spent a few days m Ureckcnridgo county last week Mrs Mettle Miller after a pleas ant visit withhold friends and rela tives here returned to her brume at Mla ei Hpris of Ccn iral City and Nellie Cunningham of Russellvillc were the guests ot Miss K3 Waters Sunday Free wagons will carry the children to the picnic grounds tomorrow af ternoon where the chutes will operated from 3 to a fee of 10 the proceeds to be used in the building of the Sundayschool room of thQ Methodist church a va I dwncsday Night I cause satisfactory attended thIS Linton Mom t Virginia beat Gat centS 11111 tk- 7J 7ic r i regarded fi i Monday ROUND TRIP FROM Central City- On Regular Train And all Stations 856 m o N Ry a WfDNfSDAY AUGUST 24 Ts PANS Our Electric Fans will Keep You Cool These Hot Days and Nights We have a stock on hand to sell or rent Call and let us demonstrate their value Keep Cool I GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO INCORPORATED A GILLMAN Manager G a I i i i i s i i J o L Miss Bernice Bridges Dies Miss Bernice Bridges 24 years old died at 915 oclock Tuesday morning at the home of her sister Mrs J C Kcnncrly near to the Unity church from a lingering of tuberculosis of the Deceased was one of the young women of her section her many graces drawing around hcra wide circle of friends She w a Christian character that was worthy of closest emulation A funeral service was conducted at Ycargins Chapel at 4 oclock day afternoon by Rev R C Love a former pastor and interment was made in the cemetery near by A vast audience attended the ceremon ies many sections ot the county being represented Her parents Mr and Mrs Scott Bridges and family have the sympathy of all m their great loss I illness lungso most popular bdgllt ch uP ester erfuiaua e y t oi livery servicefirst I S including closed carriages call on Barbour Head New Fraternal Order Organized A local lodge of the Eminent Household of Columbian Woodmen were organized here Tuesday night with a splendid list of members This is a fraternal insurance order and has an attractive proposition Fol lowing are the officers Worthy Consul J N Lyon Worthy Viceroy G T Hendrix Worthy Cardinal W R Dennis Worthy Clerk J W Jamison Worthy Bankcr L Hum mel Worthy Counselor Cam How Worthy Yost and L P Moore Worthy Herald W E Ford Worthy PilQt ii A Cohen Worthy J cfcet E A Cor nettj VuiUy Guardsman T H Jackson Drakcsboro h one of the schooJ buildings in the couity a14 most completed Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Jviotealfe of HopkinsviUe one of the best plants in this slate All places of business must be closed except drug on Sun days the new order lining Into ef feet SunctnyV j j fTCmbcrs of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators Association to the number of about fifty arc in regular quarterly meeting in Louisville thi this is well repre rented Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far arc answered promptly The charges orb reason able I Old papers for sale at this I ant Phsican E R weekand count office v 01 f 7l best stores S 6a Seitcice Semens The life of love needs no label Human succor is heavenly service Ideals and ambitions arc easily mixed A fad is an ornament that will fit a fool Looks do not make lives but lives make looks We seldom know our besetting rSiuy whtn we meet themr i The loss of one flower may be the gift of seeds It is easy to mistake a empty mind for an open Some seem to think that the tree of life has a soft soap bark When sin prates of liberty it means freedom to make slaves of some It may be better to lift up a mans heart than to take up his load Men are never sate so long as they think only of saving themselves The demand that God take us ser mushy takes a lot of faith to make Wisdom is great wealth but too many think that wealth must be wis dom Many think they may strengthen their hope of heaven by their despair for earth Mockery is the refuge of the wati mind before that which can ao measureBetter only the temple in the hearty than to go to a temple without ypufr The longing for power Jo do right ought to be more thajb that for pat don for wrong Whctxa man climbs up to rob his neighbors he often uses a ladder patriotism Too many battalions arc fighting the goad fight of faith with flags of firearms f IJev T H Reed vrM preach aft the Methodist church at n oclock next Sunday morning and the pub lic s invited to attend Roark buys rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in branch You will not be able to buy any thing but drugs next Sunday and there will be no loafing about busi ness houses as alt stores are order ed closed Raymond the 15 months old boy of Mr and Mrs Walter Wells died at his home near Weir Aug 12 at 1030 a m of flux Cher ry Grove Saturday Aug 13 at 2 30 oclock p m There have been some fine sky shows for the past few nights with nl sorts of shooting stars and such things crurabhngs of tlie milky way man R heQft I labeled J Orien L StIrs Burialat tI i 1 rf et It I tA i i nly t one 4 5 tt 1 r r v 14 p tto 4 instead shy w c f p ROAIUt Fxuniture WaJlpper Shades Moldings f Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes ers Grve Vaults Disinfection ROARK J J r N o u If iiJtt 4 f u v7 i k WlttpperJ SI 4M1R rJ s e k a ft ACdr er4if t J tiYf r P Mucky State Fair Prepare lions Go Merrily THOUSANDS IN PREMIUMS temple Accommodations Offerad Sold i Exhibitors and Visitors During Vook of Sept 12th to 17th Liberal Excursion Rates Will Prevail Throughout Territory Surround ing Loulsvllla With an invoatmont bf appraxlmato 3000frt In buildings and grounds und a record of sovcn successful an nual exhibitions before it tho Ken Lucky State Fair of 1810 will bogie in iviulsvlllf on September 13 and con tinue throughout the week Tits Iiig t promise is given that tho BttUs will click UiiB year on one of riraiesf Srato Pnlrsln Amorlcn Hard und tinceasiiiK work on tbo parjof the Hoard of Munaxors tho Pair officials and for many weeks past is rapidh bringing to completion the plans ami arrangomonts tion While no buildings have been erected Attire last years Fair then will h anM K accommodations for ex biiiitors and litton Nature hat worked vondors In the beautiful 150 acre plot occupied as a fair site and the Kentucky show is rapldlly gaining Distinction a the rust beautiful State Fair in America Under the landscape imrdn r8 care tho grounds have boor adorned with shrub new walks and avenues have boon laid out and planted when the alto was selected now have grown to shadepro j ilnclng proportions rho system of II Rumination has been extended so that every nook and corner of tho ground will be brilliantly lighted each night ot the skew week Those who hnva watchea the progress work on this exhibition venture tho that the attendance reached high water mark will this year be increased bv J9 iTtvo iiecir fcufl njj in tfor the 1910 fair lu ninny Instance the prtaes intro boon increased over former many additional classifications have boon made Mora over will bo spec lal priios which o gae between 5odo 10000 J Aside from the thousandirordolfara received in cash by exhibitors there icoiuoa however a yet prize the distinction of an award from the Kentucky State Fair The sentimental and exploiting vaiuo of such an award has now grown until it is one of the n cst coveted prizes sought for by I fessional exhibitors in tho country largest agricultural oxhibitious It is possible to put a correct valuation oa the prestige andMIslInction that no company a prize from tho state fair ol a commonwealth recognized as the head of the horse world as one of foremost live stock states anti as agricultural community with few su periors In the union As heretofore liberal excursion rates frfim a wide territory surround Ins Louisville will provail on railroad and steamboat lines throughout the fair purlod 13vory local has beN made for the qnlck and saf handling of tho crowds and ample vxnmjexlations at ronoonable rates art fla nircd to all to during State Fair week SPECIAL PRIZES AT STATE FAIR List of Valuable Premiums to Attract Exhibitors Spodftl prizes of extreme aitraetlv floss and ol intrinsic valuo aggregating moTe than LAW will be awarded al the Kwttneky State Fair during the week of September 1218 These pre minim are distinct from U e 800p8 in premiums offered dleclly tli management cf the fair and n variety of honors wjtteh will bo grectly sought after by exhibitors Tho long list of special promiumo cnnonncjid up to date Includes the fol I I I j fiat I I Ii It j tit of for tho oxhlblI- II f new t i first oft opinion whlcl last i thousands t about IulItUn lattractlve than rile cnr j t greater I J not f act i t r to Y r L u I i I I a J tREAT EVENT NEAR i I e tarsi s employees 4 th trees years yea t lilt lt seat sand to grail r her 4 tin a visitors Y Lon K k t u undo cover r the Maypi Cup offered by W P linye of nioomtlcld for the heat horn of jack stock the American fork fhlro Swine AatociaUgn grand sliver trophy for heat young herd of shires exhibited by a Kentucky breed er loving cup valued at offered by Mrs 1 W Mcnuiiig Shelbyvtlle for four best Jersey in milk ox bibtted by one Kentucky pvis aggregating 1RO offered by the lied Poll Cattlo Club of America prizes aggregating 100 offered by of Agriculture M C Ilankin for leading standard varieties of poultry specials by the South dun Hampton and Oxford Sheep nocord Assoolatlon for respective ox hibits of pure bred sheep the Amen can Jersey Cattle Chib for the flat time offors four prises including sold medals total value 150 a special of feted by the American Angora Goat Breeders Association for the beet flock of Angora kids the American Duroc Jersey Swine Breeders Asso elation offers 50 In special priaes a fiwoep stake price of for tho best general collection of vegetables Is hung up by the Jos Denunxio Fruit Company of Louisville the American Shorthorn freedom Association and American Hereford Cattlo freedom Association each donates 780 ac a special prlo for pure bred cattle of the respective breeds onehalf to go in open competition and to cattle owned by Kentucky exhibitors these liberal prizes aro augmented by 1000 In regular premiums sot aside for these breeds by thoatato fair man ngoment a special prize of 100 for Polled Dtjrliams offered by the Polled Durham Association of America tho American Aberdeen Angus Brooders Association offers 200 in specials HolstcinFridslnn Association of Amor lea offers 100 in specials the Louis florists will n loving cup to the exhibitor of the best Iloral do sign 11 F Ilillonmeyor Sons of Lexington offer 25 for the bust ex hibit of fruit grown from stock talncd from their nurseries In the specials mention cd there Is the much coveted prizo of 100 offered by tho Commissioner Agriculture for the host and largest display of farm garden and orchard products from any onecounty This otter last year resulted In an exhibit of interest It IB understood alto number of counties competing this year will probably be doubled r MODEL STATE FAIR of Efforts of Kentucky Women people of Kentucky Lave grown look upon their annual state fair as of thQ educational math unions In commonwealth Many evidences of practical development and enlargement along live stock arid agricultural lines are traceable direct 1y to these annual exhibitions A specifically along educational channels will be made at the approach Ing eighth annual state fair which will bo held in Louisville Sept 1217 A model rural school building will be erected and maintained and tho on terprise is to bo fostered and carried out entirely by the women of Ken tacky This Important work Is in tho htnuls of the Ladles AuxHiary Advis ors lioard This board was recently appointed and consists of the follow members Mrs Tamos A Jcoch Louisville Mrs James A Mitchell Bowling Green Mrs Charles P Woav r4Louisvlllo Mrs John W Castlomau Louisville Mrs John A Stratton Lou John II Miller Valley Station and Miss Laura Clay With the aid of Secretary J W Nowman of tho state fair and Prof Ellsworth Kegonstoln superintendent jof public Instruction tho work has boon pushed rapidly and tho model schoolhouse will he erected prior to the fair and will be found complete in I detail when visitors begin to n somble on the first morning As alma state fair draws visitors from every section of Kentucky this movement ig jcuneldored one of the most important over undertaken by n similar institu lion in this arty other state The members of the State Federa I tlon of Woritons Clubs and all womens organizations of tho state have under i taken a campaign funds and early I reports indicate that they are mooting with Both inside nn 1 out hf proposed school building wit be model In particular I fork laO oars t mmlsslolt l O ills procnt ob- I to oft great GCHOOL AT ttrr Ltl t ill Preirlt H R The lone tlio departure ling IsOmeJ RIch- mond I or I tar I a over owner s oue halt ti ntidnloli end t greatest Dirs ovely success One of the Champions In the Live Stock Ring Kentucky State Fair o L J t r IIgfc1ntT Hr Ml Uu r ttid li C v P r f Pi for best fwd sidJU LnM Kcal of 191 American Fiddlo 113 e nraod6ra As eo iuilon irrphy for realstertd stallion or marc three Years ol 1 or under the tlotirsovu ry Chief Special of 125 for liurr und stellion mare or t rs by MontEoraory hicf ffovd by Fill Brtr Versailles tin Ociniuisskuer of Agriculture nd ti SJako valued nt 500 for IT t ivr 1 saddle ctrHion marc a tsi r throe Tears old or over 1 t f y gab fin t I II cad y lirr E 0 J t e r J il 4 e 1 the beet rr 3 rr 9 t I i rV y I a 55b Collie Does cn Parade exbillt cf collie dugs at th ICtntuckjr State Fair which will be In Louisville on fieptcuiber 12 will n particularly pleasing one Alregd tbt list of ontrins is largo and th prizes are limp bogt ever offered rules of the Amarloan Kennel Will govern time colllo dog show an these rules may b had on apnllcatio to Secrotnry J W Newman Loui yUle Ky l J5 ISt V Ill d T 1J if f t al h t For catalogue entry blanks or any other Information the Ken tueky State Fair address J W secretary S20 Iaul Junes Uaild log Loniavllle Kjr HVB NATURE A CHANCE The srii V Inspiration clroct from Ktrr Nat tiro crrat t o1ur of innklnH ktek Ni iiv fir ci cur lucti the row IU vsr torM r of M hu sivy rv army s ivorv i v rj ioru llWlv I i i IM to l lurA A VJ 1 I jli vatrr vVJi ra i i 1 1 I thus rUrvilizod ihM f di rl I vHnind vith rle i ln viiJ diiitfi or i yTrv Ji l IM i ir tirst lj the f i r tl hi the loiM f riy i i f t jcn tTMtcd in a rni vvt l I r aolr nsuruK 11 H ck tf lrn 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