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L r r Ii I dAd 7II Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is- H sure of returns Get our rates 1 iXiii OO1iQJCMU iII i l w 1 t IIIISINKSS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean tree from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield o Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For ftrstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory selections laundrywork apt appreciate DR J W BARLOW O 13 N T 1 tJ T Crown ami 11 riils Vurk at f hiouuble lrlc f Jfc utislulra lu thoJaHm Hull DR T J SLATtift- l li Hlcluii iiml ODlce MaincriHM street near SlntutArvct- CtW IIOWAKD WADE II HOWARD GMY Olllce la Grrrn Bulldinf opposite laKeile Hold DR LOUELLA HELlfEY- OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Street Tolcpfiotie No 7B Bay fiN Ole fE Ky If Ill LA YERS IL a 15 Oreex e Fier con 4anIe rods e 1 1 f 14 KJ So J 1fII iJIIIttXI ID tiJClCOOK ItI Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in y for invcslmcn t ofcapital SJIrx1ffi 1IDJ tt tuck and VOL XII NO 28 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY AUGUST 25 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEI lOW AUSPICIOUS OPENING TELEPOST TELEGRAPH SYSTEM INAUGURATES SERVICE TO j LOUISVILLE Messages Exchanged Between Govern ors Mayora and Other Officials of Operating States and Civic Organizations Join In Louisville Ky Marked by tho ex change ot greetings between prom anent stato and city officials and the heads of representative civic bodio iho tolepost system of uutninatic telegraphy was formally opened this weak between Louisville and Indian apolis The cordiality of tho welcome ex tended to this newest marvel In tho evolution of telegraphy with Its 2000 words a mlnuto service recalled to many of the older residents of the city tho feeling of elation which attended the introduction of tho Morso system to Louisville 52 years ago Among those who attended the ceromonios at the headquarters of the automatic ays torn at No 33S West Main street were two old men who wero present when the first telegraph message was lash ed from Louisville by the handop crated system of Professor Morse As they saw ono automatic message after another rolled off the receiving machines on tapes at lightning speed the dramatic spectacle visibly affected them Marvelous as was tho original telegraph with its sending capacity of 25 words a minute the speed of this ingenious device for transmitting intel ligence between distant points In epircd them with n strange feeling At the same time that the Telepost messages were being dispatched and received tho Independent Telephone Co was using Iho same wire for con versation between subscribers The nullity of the automatic system to use a telephone wire simultaneously with tho telephone company while persons are talking over it without one conflict ing with the other gives it an important economic advantage over Its rivals and is one of the novel features of this system which In time will enable It to establish direct telegraph connec tion with the most remote sections of tho country with comparatively little cost srViAsIdo from the enormous speed of This Insures the Inviolability of ifiP wires at all times while messages are in transit Present in the office of the auto matte company wero members of tho city council and outer local officiate of Loulsvlllo and a number of prom inent business men Including mem bers of tho Louisville Commercial club Tho first message sent over the wire was one from tho newspapers of Louis vlllo to the editors of newspapers in Indianapolis Terre Haute Chicago Springfield 111 St Louis and Scdalia Mo and other cities in which the sys tom has been commercially operating for tho last year and a half The newspapers of the country will bo one of the largest beneficiaries ur this sys tern vhlch will give them a much more extended service for the same money their telegraph news now costs them or the same service for a frac tion of the money they now pay for tho service of tho hand operated sys tem Following the greeting from the editors were messages from state officials to state officials of Indiana and Missouri and from the mayor of Louisville to the mayors in all of tho cities Then came messages between representative business and the commercial organizations of Louisville to similar organizations in cities reached by Telepost felicitating thorn upon the establishment of thU new bond of fellowship between them The Telepost is the system by means of which Professor Roymn Hitchcock former curator of the department ot science and industries of the institute testifying recently before a special committee of the York legislature said Pearys 8000 word story of the discovery of the north pole could have been sent from Battle Harbor to the New York In ten minutes had it boon In lion at that time as far north It took 20 skilled operators three days to send it by hand Automatic mes sages are prepared on a perforating machine These machines have a reg ulation typewriter keyboard but In stead of printing the message in letters the keys punch u series of circular perforations In a tape When these are to electrical Jon tact in tho Tclepost sending apparatus they automatically create the doto and dashes flashed over tho wires to the receiving The pulling of a lover sends a message on Its way On tho receiving end the message is uutonjat in dots and dashes on a chemically prepared tape Like Uncle Sawb Telepost rates are tho same to all secliona qj the country making a special of that forms of telegrams The first is letter sent over the wire at any hour of the day or night for 25 cents with the same eo ferny as an ordinary telegram and delivered by malt instead of by ms Kerger The secant is a 10word mes sage sent over wire In regular way for 10 cents transcribed on a card at tho receiving end and delivered by man The Telcinpe words for 2R intended largely for horsiness houses When the message reaches the receiving recording tape is placed In an onve lope without tiny employe of tho com pant reading it and hurried to the per son for whom it is intended for trana to to a in in lIj FOR AUTOMATIC LINE i a I o 1 l Tcl l1g8 what most uen lr Qft1f al n I men G f ri I Roman tl end II 0 1 i a the centsIs end aZ t t1T f t tJ If At if JI I t t 4 K Cities f ff i 4 inprtRted- ra wn ni said zj 1 1 t Smithsonian News e opera K r a r t r1 r thes s t t s the- o lk4i9I II Country Milk It is a wellrecognized fact that every summer a number of babies perish from digestive troubles in spite of the increasing care that is taken to prevent the tragedy Much has been done to educate the mothers in the poorer quarters of our great cities especially to teach them that if they would keep their babies alive and well through the hot spell they must have clean milk Now clean milk sounds perhaps some people like an easy thing procure but it is often far from easy Given a crowded poverty stricken tenement with mothers sending halfrinsed bottles to a corner grocery where a doubtful fluid is left exposed to the air or in carelessly kept receptacles and the babies in that tenement will run the gantlet as soon as hot weather Only the very fittest survive- It is not only the tenement babies that arc in danger One of the things is to see a mother who honestly believes that she has taken every precaution lose her baby in spite of all her care for the lack of little more enlightenment on the subject One mistake that is quently made in all good faith is the going front a comfortable home the city where the milk supply is known to be beyond reproach country quarters where nothing known about it It all sounds so well while the family is talking it over Good country air a quiet farm fresh country oh that fresh country milk To many minds just the placing of the ad jective couutrj in front of milk seems to act as a sterilizing process but unfortunately this is far front being the case on the contrary it may be accepted as a truism that with the exception of a few show dairies milk on the average small farm is not well kept Clean milk means an unceasing tew people are that the cows must be housed that they must be milked by clean people and that all the must be scrupulously cared for If you arc going to give your baby laboratoryhandled milk in the you need not expect it to thrive the hot weather on the happygo lucky hitor miss barn yard fluid will find on the averag farm the of milk is not a difficult task and all mothers who dren into the country in the summer will do well to learn the process and make it part ot their daily duty Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and putted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky SUxtc Fnlr LouUviilc Sept 12 lays Shell Tlllc And 21 four day KllxnbctUtown Aug S3 three Lonrton Aus t tour days Erlanger Aug 21 four Nlunolnsvlllts Aug three drays Kern Crevk An four dnya IlnrdltiHburp Aug 30 three days Jlarbourvlllc Aug 31 three days Florence Sept 0 three day MonUccllo Sept 0 three HodKeiivllle Sept 0 three Jays MurgutitowM Sept 2i three day Palinouth Sept 28 four days THE RATE TO CHICAGO SEDUCED Moioi Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way ui Round Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons arc offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par for and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In queries cheerfully answered by K II Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere C 1 h begins free C ism milkand n Ju Vi iI t Fortul take young chit IIg m tin 3 till If I w J Ix little saddest 5tt to snalldetaih thut cap decently receptacles winter you itchy Pasteurization r day cal 4 A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building need every days delay costs you money The sun rain snow ate in work Lumhrr cod too much to let it decay for want of a little paiiit It costs less to we paint to CO with out it We tee nothing paint on CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and tho most expensive colors The kind of paint Vfs we never craclu or scales only years wear will remove J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 AT PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS rolt t than itTLet you when cart curI kJ A TORY outwork is att Wel a Entdar and obi No 270 We ship al vehicles Direct from our Factory O D Consumer subject to examination on 30 1 ty i ee It is of crrnt importance to the Globe llur Ilnrnim Co to every one who deal with us a l nud Nof fToit spared to ntnkc each shipment suth excellent of finirh and style tf vehicle that it will be a Advertisement and bringtt many order in return If you you an honestly made buggy suit at a lets the Middlemans Prolll recommend our good to your neighbor Orr Guarantee loour as it to a deter If xxlnre not as resented your money is returned to you You ike no YYc manufacture honest Vehicles and lave our customers inunry till orders prompt Write for our Free liuynnd Harness Ialnlnguc BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY QWENSBORO KENTUCKY Very Serious 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 Liver Medicine The reputation of this old telis ble constipation in and liver trouble ly established It does net imifu other medicines It is better titan others or ft would not be fa liver with n larger cole than nil others combined SOLD IN TOWN A liissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from Ji2 to 15 the sweep ers cqst 3 to 5 75 Sue them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features I I Sntl Lnst 11 c on ill as he LOBE u I GRAUG on furn th Iz M I explained t fieI f I TWO IN ONa s the it i u ease 1 i e Dentist Greenville office OpcijBldg Central City office Jewelry Store White Patients Only 5 Telephone nectior Louisville and f1- IBST LIN IS California Hull thil j trail D15ARHOUK JflJATiON CHICAGO Dinintf and Palace Drawing Rgom Sleepers- E H BACON D P A N Cor 4th and Market Hts LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of even ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism Ir no internal treat is required The application of Chamberlains Liniment is nil that is nettlcd and it is ccr tain to give quick relief Give i a trial and ste for yourself ho quickly it relieves the pain am soreness Price 25C large size 50C J G Mn ra R tr e n ti1k tRapen I OtJSl W u n fm HOe 21at1iJlc suchcases free over toyer btebl- ltt1IS fi ilea r rtst tttth c al J dais fEre x S rings f 4 Parll Cars meat aNo bllN ocrai liy inctiI- rfrylixK AMI iU A Ill it UIt rilV KV jf e q 11 r 11 it I pr Ill nt NIm nil Amorlcanrhstai I to lake Carckil for female help Remember thus great cmate rcmedy I WeAsk You trublcs1bec W uU it iII U that- yon gr VINE 1Jf LJ RnAC USICrl- t Iou clccltill a I tall Jnlllr rur- t 11fuUII nl- I e tr 1111 I O 1 rt 11i It ine fr e n vthr icee n t low to- c t1f frr ta name ctnrar- Ptnr nth utr Lu ton tis PRhOTOqcP Iiar relief to thousands of periodical patou femah voak iiess many have said it Is the best medicine to take Try It J Sold in Tfcis City FS r brought her womcn not to utt For headache backache tJIif tL1IJ1M J IIIi t io rlly v t J h RtOt CARD 0 FOR COUGHS THE WONDER WORKER = FOR THROAT FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when1 left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my cogs incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind NEW DISCOVERY wellMRS 4y W r- yH Price 50c and 100 KING OF CURES ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED I WITH DR KINCS 1 Save 75 AU FOR COLDS r fri y LUNCS AND tJ z Trial Bottle Free m1 fI SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists l u iiJ WE BUY WOOL IS Btial Dealers we e do letter for thin or coombstoo merchants Reference any bask in Lonhfille We furnish Wool Bags to oar shipper Write for price lijL ffiB Loaisrille Ky u I A f1 HIDESANOFUR I agents iL SABEL SONS M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Closo Mesh rS Svuj rracs co DoSiib m EM cur MO C HOWARD CO AND CURE THE f nce bdltr aDd 0 tllr atalolr bowlnt liD of twdt fot fit PANS Cumrletrd ebsrer tho atnut- nrt tall alt T- Lfi COUCH KingsDrIB Ii New Discovery fOR coucHsOLDS 50o 100 Trial Bottle Pies I I AND ALL TflKO AT AND LUNG TROUBLES SATISFAOIOB OH MONEY t GUARANTEED White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for nil machines ROARKS STORE Cures li1UuJF Whooping lly Ikilium The Me le r We FmUuila M V School books for all grades can I be found at the new store of Leslie Male nnd school supplies of al- I kinds I t gl i lIt g bKW1J fj I alsof3 IJI IC t IoiI Colds art body 1GUrrrlYCnul t rruuours ou ono WIereth rlucdttnr fad artll bring i n I 4VtripColaltheumuttantCnuput tt Iu ttgacllttu a IrrhI- OSUOua wvvvwwvvw J 2 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 825 The regular price is too Those who or marl this advertisement to us five days after it and telling us where saw itwill be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one use brig l we j S r the My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward Jerseyville 111 left me to care for six children 1 had never been strong and this With the shock of her death was too much for me tailed in health I was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had A very dear friend advised to take as it had done her so much good so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health II I I JPRINCIPAL s 7 it BUSINESS COLLEGE railed in Health tit I the all the time and such bearingdown pains It a t 4 I CORFOSITCD 13eSecond Intl Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY ffY r 4 I R headache t tat q Take 44 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR k b The Womans Tonic t CARDUIkr a ale strength is restored by tonic You yourself know best if you need it or not If you it do not delay but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the hiii Dont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Write to Ladies Advisory papa Chaltanooci Medicine Co Two for Special Instruction and G4pasc book Home Treatment for Women sent tree i Physicians AdviseUw use of a noodLtxative to Keep tho bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from gettlnginto y ur system The latest product of science i VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromatic tarte Vtlvo acts in the titer as well as on UM stomach and bowels und Is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion biliousness SIC headache coUcflatuleace etc Try VF 1 pains are relieved or prevented omens r woman s r 4 t noofia I t k omens Chat 3r rishn ass w t lAXATIVE L UVER SYRUP f r w rr tyw 11f 1 1 An ludcpettderlt Ncw8pnper RECORD Mir 1 tit T TIHFCORDIIW t rUnLlelC11 Ttll IIfAT8 U- Ty Owtu Rsrr- 1reldent Roans Secretary Onlxtt L OKIISK I Roux EDITOR LeaaDtelanca Telephone No 72 Offee in mw Mtmrx rear of uton gntuml Hoop 50 CSiTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS prlre of the pnnor IH pnjrn ble in iwlvatiw and whim Uu time linn rxilrr to mhteit It IH H M the pmwr will be Mopped iknulcH oWtwiry notlcoH rte It not longer Uuin will iHpnWInhcd tree A oftc r will IKJ umilr fur U dug Xo variation uf this rule to nuyopt Free wimple ooplen will lie mulled AdrvrUwwrntH will bo lnmTtcO A rntc card will be furutHkttl on rf im t- MUrcju itlUfwmukiratiiiHH and ninhr nil re BiUtM payable to lUKOltl IltRSS ilrecuvlHi US TIIURSDAY AUGUST 25 1910 at the Qr nrlUc Ky jKistofilcc FUR the next two weeks Theodore Roosevelt will tour fourteen western and north central states in a popu rarity contest KSPKKANTO will probably prove all right it is promised that it will not be possible to slang CHOLERA Russia needs more sweetness and light consider able formaldehyde also being re quired MAYOR GAYXOK of New York who was shot a few weeks ago is able to be up and his speedy re rover will follow IN those states that have gone insurgent there seems to be no doubt about the ability of the Republican party to come back GRAFTKRS who selected the Illi nois Central as their prey have reason to suspect that their zeal their discretion BRING chauffeur to an aeroplane is exhilarating but for a fat man who is fond of his meals and his fireside fishing is better THEY have canned Uncle Joseph Gurney Cannon but they should muzzle him so that he will not make hscigar in his mouth IT estimated that there are 93 600000 persons in this country which sounds like a good many but it is only a few more than the ac credited number of microbes in a cubic centimeter of bad ice croam WALL street is real mad because the farmers of the country are put ting their money in automobiles thus getting health and pleasure out of the investment when they might put their earnings in stock specula tions and get experience TiiuitB has been great develop meat of automobiles but greater improvement is being in American highways A 1250 car carrying two men made the trip re cently from New York City to San Francisco in ten days and fifteen hours That beats the railroad time of a quarter of a century ago CANNON has decided that he will not shoot up the place singlehand ed add take the speakers chair by storm regardless of what the caucus may here to say about the trim mings for that chair Gradually the Danville statesman is becoming weaned from the notion that the throne behind the gavel is one of this vested rights THE population of Detroit is 465 766 an increase of 180062 or a 63 cent as compared with 285704 1900 Detroit is the automobile of the world having the greatest output of cars by thousands annually In view of this fact it is hard to understand the recordbreaking increase in popula tion as automobiles are credited with decreasing the population the country WASHINGTON Idaho and Mon tana are suffering from extensive forest fires destroying thousands of acres of fine timber wiping out scores of towns and killing many people This is becoming an an nual toil on account of destructive methods of the lumber men who are so eager to get small gains that they leAve refuse causing large loss cs 1C may we tluxtthe government will find time probably too late to superintend the cutting of and thus save the great losses jn money and men i f or c cr1 UC The tJ tiC 1 use ese 1 f i r n eeoudelnlf l manor J i o t 1 as It- t I J StOl CfU j I r I outran L T is It 111 J Ii IIf man i 1 t i w s 1 loW J J 1 y trees r fit I l I t Curd tee lines v torY llue A Entered j I j t e t V i r i y- I s made I F a r pin f centera 4 allover i e a when zY k PKUIIAPS it is a standoff between buying condemned brands of sooth ing sirup and calling in the diploma mill doctor when the baby has a pain The practitioner with a pur chased diploma might not be able to tell whether it was appendicitis or the unruly end of a safety pin that had slipped from its moorings that ailed the little sufferer While medical diploma mills are permitted to grind out practitioners at bargain rates the people will continue to turn to faith or fasting A doctors sign should prove conclusively the owner did not get official per mission to carve the human form divine or to ladle it full of pale pills by paying a few hundred dollars instead of patiently learning all the big names in the books and sitting at the feet of wise professors If there is any one thing the state should guard with an ax it is the issuing of certificates to doctors The man who isnt properly equip ped for the delicate work of chasing disease from the human system should be kindly but firmly told to go to sewing harness or wrapping up chewing gum Science is sup posed to have the floor in these days and it surely should rule the medical profession Good Work on Dirt Roads The ordinary dirt road is not us ually regarded as a good road but at the same time the average dirt road can be wonderfully improved when it is intelligently handled The State of Iowa for instance has no considerable amount of highways Generally speaking its roads arc the ordinary dirt roads but Iowa seems to have a better sys tem of working them than most of the other States- A party of automobile tourists in Des Moines a few days ago spoke of the Iowa thoroughfares in the highest terms of praise They had traveled from Lima Ohio through Terre Haute St Louis Kansas City Wichita Topeka Colorado Springs Denver and Omaha and they assert ed that they had made better time over the Iowa roads than on those of any other state they had visited One of the members of the party is quoted by the Des Moines Tribune assaying We had heard much about the deal of then but they exceeded our expectations We have often en countered fine stretches f roads but never for the distances that we find in this State We have never been afraid to leave the beaten track for we seon found that the highways wore thoroughly dragged throughout the State The credit for the work must be given to the farmers of Iowa They seem to be more progressive than those in other states through which we have ridden A tourists never finds such evidences of perfect road dragging as are found here In some states we have driven through stretches of roads where the mud was up to the running boards Of ten we have been forced to replace washed out culverts Under such conditions we were fortunate if we made thirty miles a day After such experiences it is a decided relief to drive in Iowa The roads are some what hilly in places but the road beds arc excellent It is safe that they are the best in the West It is presumable that Iowa has a better plan thanjthe inefficient warning in system which is still in vogue in many parts of the country Under that system there has been no material improvement of the roads in some localities in Kentucky for half a century It is encouraging to note that many of the Kentucky counties arc breaking away from it methods of road working that arc more busi ness like and more effective The example of the progressive Iowa farmers might well be followed in many communities in Kentucky and elsewhere If it is not feasible to build permanent highways under existing conditions it is atleast pos sible to do something to make the dirt roads passable nal Special Sales Over the Illinois Central Railroad Company Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept ur17 1910 sale date Sept 10 to 17 including limit for return Sept 19 1910 Fare for round trip 420 children years 210 Grand Lodge Masons Louisville Oct 1910 sale date Qct 17 18 and 19 for return Oct 22 Fare for round trip W G CRAWFORD Agent 1 Old papers for sale at this office I I II that- macadamized antiquatedand andadopting Jour under 13 1820 limited 420 th tIij LO1 Y1t IMMORTALITY IIV J H This word occurs but once in the bible in I Tim first chapter 17 verse The meaning is the same as eternal Immortality This word occurs but four times and means that which is eternal everlasting There is but one immortal being in all the universe and that is God I Tim first chapter 17 verse Now unto the King eternal immortal invisible the only wise God be honor and glory for ever and ever Amen See I Tim sixth chapter 16 verse Who only hath immor tality dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto God alone is immortal Is any part of man immortal No There is nothing immortal about us Man is mortal That which is mortal can and does perish So the whole man can die Man is a threefold being created in the image of God and after ills likeness lie has body soul and spirit The word soul comes from a word which means lift The horse cow and all animals have a soul in fact everything which has life has a soul for that is the meaning of the word life Aside from the spirit is only a higher order of animal So it is the spirit which elevates man and as Cicero says makes him upright and lofty Man was made in the image and after the likeness of God I was asked once by an eminent physician to give him my idea of God and the sense in which we were after His likncss I saw hanging on the wall of his office a lifesized picture of Gen R E Lee Well doctor that picture is an image of Gen Lee so when you sec a well developed man you see a picture of God The apostle Paul said of Jesus Christ Me was the express image oi thu Father I read in the scriptures of Gods eyes of His mouth cars heart arms hands of His walking speaking smelling so 1 repeat when you sec a well developed man you see the likeness of God Hut you ask docs not the scripture say God is a spirit and seeks such as worship Him in spirit and in truth Yes God is spoken of as a spirit so is Christ spoken of as a the way the truth the resurrection Yet MV uuapicr xyu wno nave seen Me hath seen tkc Father That is in Pauls language You have seen the express image of the Father Immortality is brought to light through the gospel No prophet or seer had ever told of immortality in store for man The revelation of made by the Son of God II Tim i chap 10 verse Jut hath abolished death and hath brought life and immortality to light through the gospel Immortality is something we must seek after it is a blessing in the future which comes after the resurrection to the Sec Rom ii chap 7 verse To them who by patient continu ance in well doing seek for glory and honor and immortality eternal life If we arc in possession of eternal life now why should we be seeking after it Eternal life like immortality is a blessing in store for us if faithful unto death for this is the promise that Me hath promised us even eternal life Lastly in the resurrection Gods people will be crowned with im mortality eternal life I Cor xv chapter 5455 verses So when this corruptible shall have put on in corruption and this have put on immortality then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written Death is swallowed up in victory Rural Telephones- Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD i r b i n dooras 1 tH LJ immortalitywas appearing righteous mortalshall I Wrr T o this than benefits S I GREENVILLE KENTUCKY 1- g A Vickliffc W G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin E J Purycar C M Martin Jno I T Reynolds Jr i The standing and responsibility the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management GENERAL INSURANCE w 311 Jt jjV fiRST NATIONAL BANK DIRECTORSW JIIiIRI 1r L L y y BlAKWfll ROARK f THE ew RT R gq We represent the Home o of Y Insurance fie r FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE IS A 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Premiums Z f HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Resources Exhibited DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATZELLO AND HIS BAND Free Attractions Uptodata Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For furthar InformcUon writs J W NEWKAN Secretary 320 Paul LOUISVILLE 2f 14 16 6 17 A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R 0 Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL i imm SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational indus trial and Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all 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 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 All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices arc right Sntis faction guaranteed t ic 9n r Greenville of i 7 I Co t f- I c r ANew MUUlfNBIRG 4 iffr fif Yt politicalwelfare yearand orth ii h r MUHLEBERG r It- BANK r Cashier- S a 1 r r3 4i Yy t r i r ions Bldg SEPTEMBER NewspaperS SFNTINLLa- 4Yf 1Ab 4t Ir A k I tt S Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this we sell the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antee mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints Finishes the only com pletc paint book ever published Greenville Miiiirg Co S Incorporated V paintor stainwe t because 4cw 4CAl Y JI u HOME BED JFOOD 1 good1uhocsome economical Readily 7 rest r made vith J I r I r C Dakii NQ AlumII No Lime l 4 10wd M oita t I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD t ItI NO urn IIOLSII NO Ill Louisville Eprest II yam 102 Cincinnati Expre llpm101 lrt ulHVillP LI lulled 408 um ISO Central City ucouin 71k i m SOUTH nuuNn- NO 135 Fniluenlmnd Cairo eooni ILtKni- ntil Fulton Aceuuimnrtntlon liMOpu 101 Now Orleans Sueelal tea pin 103 X O Hpee Louisville pnmtr only 139 nm Juno 5 1010 V aCiuwronn Agt PRAYER AND REPENTANCE BY WILLIAM SIUKSPKAUK The selection below i taken from Ihlrtl none In net III of lliunlrt It IN but one of tile ninny pnHHigns in which reveals undurKlnudliiK of the deeper ineaiiliijr of religion The King 0 my offense IH conk It HuielU to heaven It halh the primal eldest cure upon t A brothers murder Prey eau I not Though InollHallon IMS UN sharp an will My stronger guilt defeats uiy strong intcut Anti like a man to double business bound I Ktaud In pause where I shall drat begin And both neglect What If this cursed hand Were thicker thou Itself with brother bltxxl IH there nut ruin enough In the sweet heavens To wash It white an boon Whereto ierves mercy Cut to confront the visage of offense And what s In prayer but this twofold fore To be forestalled ere we come lit fall Or pardoned belug down Then Ill look up Mr fault IH pest lint 0 what form of prayer Call serve my turn Forglvp jrne Tnill murder9 Jly crown mine own ambition nnd my queen ray one be pardoned and retain the offense In the corrupted currents of thin world Offenses glided hand may shove by justice And oft t IH steels the wicked prize Itself Buys out the law but t IH above There is no ahuflllnp there the notion lies In his true ordure awl we ourselves com Polled Even to the teeth and forehead of our faults To give In evMoim What then WIt Try what repentance win what cnn it not Yet whet cut It when one cannot repent o wretched state 0 bosotn black a death O limed bout that atrupffthtR tt be free Art more engaged Help angeld Makcnseny now stubborn knees and heart With HlrluRft of steel Be soft aa strews of the nowVerii Lobe All may be wet Retires end taeote plug rising My word fly up mv thought remain below Words without thoughts never to buttress go THE RECORD Soc per year The advance signs of fall are ap pearing jabbing the weed growers where it will count t Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Sec our special clubbing offer limited to November 1 Sunday was Sunday last Sunday the first in several years Mr Hugh Bohannon returned lo 1 Paducah Tuesday after a visit of a week to his parents Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold The school leaohcr has in evidence this week and the im prcssion is pleasing Y There are still some very hot days but the spells arc broken frequently M thus greatly helping Get 475 worth of reading mat ter for 175 See special club A sack a quid or a cigar were much at a premium oclock Sunday afternoon t The teachers of our public schools probably made more advance ment than any of our people Telephone No 5 and your laundry r will be called for and delivered Mr and Mrs A U Ivirkpatrick and children of Russcllville were here during the week on to relatives j I N t J I I J oea tO I 1t i I 1 r itQf n ell r l r 1 Keep ft QJII t y Y been 2 very by 4 f I 1 avisit 4 tt j t I i f t the I app thou ect tIsentunlsi y noise rest f i u a 1 s 1 iiiildh a a ao of- fe- rLt j 3 tr have l z- c ds F i v 1 4 M i n Special lot Offer Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Farm I year Uncle Remus Magazine I year IH Good Housekeeping 1 year 151 Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TilE RECORD I year 51 Total U5 Send 175 to THE RECORD nnd get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly Give us your job work Vacation time is drawing to a close Flies are less numerous and troublesome Makers have the 191 1 model for sale but none has this place The oysteR will soon be on the market again after an absence of four months Several concrete street crossings have been laid and more will fol low thus insuring better winter travel Sec the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Mr Paul Morgan left for his work in Arkansas last Monday after spending the week here with relatives and friends Merchants are already getting in goods for fall and winter and the movement will be heavy during the next few weeks Orders for cut flowers the prompt attention r of Miss Lena Arnold Miss Ella Ayer of Dade City Fla is a guest of Mrs J L Rogers relatives and friends here Quite a number of the teachers are staying in town being by friends and their sojourn is being made pleasant in every way Greenville has had more fires this summer than in any whole year But for our efficient fire de partment we would have sustained heavy losses Jggg Foi firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Rev H T Reed delivered n splendid discourse at the Methodist church Sunday morning and was heard by a large number of his old friends and well wishers Miss Margaret B Galloway of Fayelleville Ark has been here several days with the family of Mr R T Martin and other relatives and left Tuesday for her home Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc 3 According to the fullest returns that could be obtained there were 273 watermelons consumed here last Saturday And it wasnt specially a day watermelons either I 5 rYJe riterribb nJ1 1 f willreceive andvisiting entertained before or 1 automobiles reached all machines god The Union Sundayschool PicNic The annual union picnic of the four Sundayschools of the city was given in the Slaton woods west of town last Thursday and was at tended by some 400 persons The day was ideal and the program was the best that has been there were events to keep the chil dren employed and the adults amused all day The dinner was up to the high average and there was abund ance for twice the crowd The chute was patronized all day and was a center of attraction The the successful con testants who won prizes Fourlegged race James Middle ton cap by T C Baird Most popular young man F E Lewis knife by G E Countzler popular young woman Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick box Jacobs candy by Leslie Hale Prettiest girl baby Mary Cather ine Rice doll by W H Brizcmlinc Best looking boy baby W C Jonson Jr cap by L Hummel Best cake Mrs J L Morgan rocker by The J L Roark Estate Climbing greased pole Raymond Warren bill by A Barker Number beans in jar Irene Long and Floye Vick box candy each by Jarvis Williams Sack race for boys Rice Eaves necktie by Sidney Fred Ugliest man II O Meredith false face by J L Morgan Two serious accidents marled the pleasures of the day Mr Claude Baker had his ankle sprained while going down the chutes and has been suffering rather severely but is now much improved and will soon be out it is hoped Mrs Robert Wickliffe coming home in her surrey and accompanied by Mrs T B Panncll and some had the misfortune to upset her carriage on the hill near North Cherry street The occupants were thrown out with great force Mrs Wickliffe sustained a shock to her leg and Mrs Panncll a strained ankle both making narrow escapes from much more serious injuries The children es caged unhurt Birr Grist Mill alionj call on your merchants lor White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn jlaS J Sunday Was a Quiet Orderly Day The new order directing the houses to remain closed on was universally obeyed and the condition was one of great in sight and sound There were no congregations of noisy characters on the streets the day passing as it should The drug stores were the only business places open and this was tor a few hours only morning and evening the sales being to medicines alone Everyone noticed the improvement and it is hoped that the police force will maintain the enforcement of the law See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Ii Honor ef Max Weir The members of the Y M C A arc planning to have an enlarged picture of Max Weir placed in the building One member has agreed to supply the frame and are being secured to provide the picture Secretary Anderson will gladly accept any offerings No canvas is anticipated as free will offerings are desired and there should be no trouble or delay in se curing the desired small amount Without the liberal donations of Max Weir we would have no Y M C A here and the members should quickly show their appreciation x Stock for Sale House for Rent After serving the trade for 31 years in the millinery and attend ant lines I have decided loscUmy business and offer my house for rent at reasonable price My busi ness is well stand well located and generally known Have small amount of summer goods on hand while the winter stock is all fresh and unopened and was elect ed with great care Will sell at a bargain and desire to close out al once MRS M E MARTIN Mr and Mrs L W Irvin enter tamed quite a number of their friends at their home Monday night nt a penny name party The meats were varied and pleasing and all visitors had a pleasant The contributions will be ad ded to the building fund of the Methodist room and a ratifying sum was realized arrangedas followingwere j 1 I serious thsiuno waW l A Snlm confined establishedand the Sunday school A always Host children suffered business Sunday improvement contributions amuse evening GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need WJfi JIAVJB No Public Debt Low Tax Rate 75c per 100 Special Inducements for Factories Bnker nnd Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Bita 1647 Population New 100000 Court Mouse Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Banks Two Newspapers and Job Plants Five Tobacco Factories Three Planing Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Stores Two Drug Stores One Hotel Twcntyftve Merchants Four Barber Shops 12500 A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Whitoa Two Churches for Colored One Moat Market One Shoe Repair Sliop Two Livery Stables Three Dentists One Watchmaker Ten Doctors Seventeen Lawyers Seven Insurance Agents f One Brick Plant Two Concrete Concerns Several Large Cool 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 Mqnumcnt Works Two Blacksmith Shopa No Empty Residences or Business Houses Too Many Loafers One Tailor and Repair Shop One Opera House One Telephone System One Telegraph System Four Lodge Halls A Stock Law Efficient Fire Department AVJ3 NIB BID Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line LaundryBottling Plant Dairy Florist Truckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homcaifi Better Streets Additional Boarding Houses Public Park Lake and Baths More Workmen all lines Extension of Water Service Music Store Uptodate Restaurant Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiles More Tree Planters Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon Yard Storage and Warehouse Band and Orchestra Popular Lyceum Course Trained Nurse Machine Shop and Foundry Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works More Weed Pullers Modern Apartment Building LADY To introduce our very complete Fall line of beautiful wool suitiugs wash fabrics fancy waislings 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 instruc tions in neat sample case shipped express prepaid No money requir ed Exclusive for particulars to STANDARD DKKSS GOODS COMPANY Dcpt 500 Binghamton N Y BrennerCoIien Wedding Mr E A Cohen and Miss Jcttic Brenner were married at 830 oclock Tuesday evening at the home of the brides parents in Guthrie Mr Cohen is one of our progressive young business men and has made many friends here The bride is well known here where she has made frequent visits to her sister Mrs I Hummel The couple will make their home here and have the best wishes of our people Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop Mrnd Mrs W L Phillips are conducting a Neal Institute at their home in Murphysboro Ills These institutions have wined a splendid name in the treatment and cure of persons addicted to the use of drinks and drugs and the system of yields the most satisfactory Mr Phillips and his wife are former residents of this place and their many friends will be glad to know that they arc doing well in this important work Y M G I Drz j I City Hall territoryWrite treatment results I T man and 1t Dcltt t TEACHERS INSTITUTE In Session Here with Aliwst IN Mem hers in AttciftaRce aid Mucli Interest Being Taken MISS LELIA PATllDGE INSTRUCTOR The regular annual session of the Muhlenberg Couuty Teachers In stitute was begun here Monday morning and will continue until afternoon Miss lelia E Patridge a member of the faculty of the Eastern State Normal School at Richmond is the instructor and under her direction and the willing assistance of the teachers the arc packed full of interesting and developing numbers There is an attendance of almost zoo regis tend teachers of the practically covers the list just a few being absent on account of or for some other unavoidable cause County Superintendent Sha ver is in constant the work in every way possible and highly pleased with the work being done by the teachers The circuit court room where the arc held is comfortably filled at all times as many visitors arc attending daily Get Hamptons magazine and TilE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone With more than a hundred here this week the city has been lively to a point much above normal Mrs Eunice Jones who has been ill for the past two weeks is slowly improving and it is hoped will soon be out again Mrs W L Ilardigg and Dora of Austin Texas and Mrs Martin Austin of Uniontown were visitors at the home of C Jonson a few days this week Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state js rcccivtrrg the care and of a trained nurse His serious the case bring a very stubborn one Mr E A McCracken who has been in Arkansas for several weeks returned home yesterday lie things as rather quiet in the Miss Vannie Martin is in Provi dence on a visit She is by her cousin Miss Loreen Martin of Earles who had been here a short while with relatives and friends 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 Mr Wm Richardson one of our prize gardeners was exhibiting some peppers this week that weighed ten ounces each and were beauties He leads in many other items also and has sold vast quantities of truck this Mr and Mrs Owen Rice and son Owen Jr are here on a short visit to relatives and friends the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Rogers They came out from Colorado some weeks ago anti have been in dwcnsboro and other points Roark has an immense stock of needles shuttles bobbins etc for also oil bands and such supplies Quite a large representation of Greenville people will take the last popular excursion of the season to Louisville next Tuesday This will be a limited trawl no stops being made after leaving heaver Dam Two days and nights are given in Louisville There is a wave of robberies sui murders accidents floods fires wrecks storms etc the like of which has never been known One of our local scientists declares it is from the effect the comet has had on the earth and Its people and that there will follow still greater disturbances and disasters OrienL Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch I I tomorrow meetings countywhich illness attendance aiding- in meetings Judge- j Mt E is condition- is reports west accompanied satisfactory season allmachines rubbers ides we JI gf 1F teachers laughter DIV 1Yhitson suffering attention FANS Our Electric Fans will Keep You Cool These Hot Days and Nights We have a stock on hand to sell or rent Call and let us demonstrate their value Keep Cool I GREENVILLE LIGHT WATER CO INCORPORATED J A GILLMAN Manager V V r t c 3 i f i t1 t eo I I t 4 i e t ask x IaI y r i uttNa t taas d drA- 11I f rr Lrd e e eoaii i b- I lyw e Y s eee e e ee e e e e Pflwierly- Mi Fred McFarlan is very ill at this writing Mrs Williams from Beech Creek was in our midst Friday Miss Anna Adcock has returned to her home in Louisville Mr J G Fleming was in Butler county last week on business Rev J II James attended at the Christian church here SundayMrs Eva Bradley spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother at Cen tral City Mr Fred Fleming from Ennis is spending the week with Mr Her schel Knight Miss Flora Miller of Central City spent a few days with her sister Mrs Mercer last week Miss Anna Belle Mosely of Gra ham is the guest of the Misses Clements this week Mr and Mrs John Pressley have returned from an extended visit to relatives in Tennessee MJ and Mrs Thompson from 4 rf 0 Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs J N Clemmons spent Sunday at Central City the guests of Mrs Maggie Fortncy The protracted meeting conducted by Revs and Barbcc closed There being one ad ditionto the church Frieidship Mrs Alice Jackson is visiting Mrs James Gray Miss Cordie Lee visited Miss Nora Reeves Saturday Miss Lola Bivin is visiting friends in Greenville this week Mr N R Mathis was the guest of Mr James Gray Sunday Mr and Mrs Clint Shelton into their new residence Saturday Miss Eura Hill called on Miss Mellie Galbrieth Saturday evening Miss Mattic Carneal and nieces are visiting relatives in Ohio coun ty Miss Fannie McWhirter was the guest of Miss Annie Jeffries Satur lay Miss Fannie Lucas and her grand father attended services here Sun dayMiss Mary Mathis was the guest of Misses Millie and Blanche Craig SundayMessrs Tom McWhirter and Richard Rice made their regular call at Duvalls Chapel Saturday night Mr Roy Ford attended the ice cream supper at Pleasant Hill Sat urday night and reported an excel lent time Mr Will Ferris and family of Brownsville were visiting Mr and Mrs Clint Shelton Saturday and SundayMiss Mary Mathis has purchased a new kitchen cabinet which she re1 ports being useful as an ornament as provisions are so high Rev W H Woodson filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Both sermons were great zeal though owing to the warm weather the at tendance was smaller than usual 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 moneysaving features services Fro ge Sundaynight moved deliveredwith explained C F Shall fire Satiriay Km An alarm of fire about i oclock last Saturday drew several hundred people to the home of Mr James W Oates on Cherry street a de fective flue having started a blaze in the roof Fortunately the fire was discovered before any headway was gained and was extinguished before the fire department arrived two lines of lawn hose having been broughf to play on the roof The fire de partment made a record run reach ing the fire and having the connec tion made in just 5 minutes Oates loss is slight and is covered by insurance Some men are sure they were meant for a belter world because they have made such a mess of this Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has them call and see what you are missing by not using them tatk if Samel J McfaaU Samuel J McDonald 57 years 115 oclock Alonday afternoon after an illness of six weeks from typhoid fever and from which it had been feared for some weeks he would never recover For more than a year he had been in declin ing health and was in no condition to withstand the disease Deceased was one of the leading men of his section and was highly respected He was ruling elder of Nebo church being a member of the Cum berland Presbyterian church and Rev O A Barbee conducted the funeral service at the church at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon Inter ment being made in the burial ground near by Surviving is his wife eight children four brothers and one sister beside a wide con AgricNltfiral Expert ts Speak Mere Mr J H Arnold an expert as sistant in the agricultural department at Washington will address the of Muhlenberg county at the court house on Monday August 29 at i oclock p m His talk will be on soils grasses rotation of crops and other important matters that will be of benefit to farmers There should be an attendance that will tax the court room as this will be a special opportunity for the tillers of the soil to learn some things they need to know The blessing of prayer is not a reward for telling the omniscient all about our neighbors tail aid nail Sunday AfteriMM There was a heavy rain for a half hour Sunday beginning at 330 oclock It was accompan ied by hail in some sections and destructive winds Corn and to bacco were damaged much corn being blown flat on the ground while tobacco Was badly twisted and torn and some of it blown out of the ground and carried away The damage was heavy but this county escaped with less loss than sections the eastern part of the state reporting much heavier damage The rain was needed and will do much good more than balancing the wind and hail damage Mrs A L Whitmer and child and Mrs A C Plain and children of Sacramento are guests of Mrs Jennie E Roark for a few days i M r r hIP f one f the nection Air r I man t t t t Z h ft x Mrst f s a r a r 5 29 farmers r z afternoon r J i t Furniture Shades Moldings HvV Undertakers Goods Coffins Robes Wr Slippers Gr ve Vaults Disinfection ROARK Ie r r f jiIt c ti et o 1 Co dCI JIf i W Up per 0 r ee iii l IR a le f p t Caskets erri Extraordinary Display for Ken tucky Fair OTHER SHOWS OUTCLASSED n Trottina and Pacing Races Event of Unusual Attractiveness Popular Night Worse Siow Will Again Prove One of Leading Mold i u stand tT 1110- iil cr 12 ill ririi iHTim Mliii M in tbe horse i r illative a k in i MM years r uti the tninr rs i i i v outfits i aiprone4i o iiiin indicate shut jirevlons li otvd I IK far Ksh it thta tnio lair are iw r liir riiitinte in haring lue advnn o inrsfst and flueat display l M ilca for their thorough vojr flu l sutKul pavilion i i fii given t cxhHfltfong of ii t K it night the brit iai h s v hlpiiudroino pop iii v pi r d to iic i toin building ever ii purposes All rings of V c J d cattle and jaxjke nnd will be shown In the live stock inloi Arenas designed especially r the ohlMt of swine and sheep i been rooted nco the barns used or time uuinta8 Directly uta riated wfth the live stock didplay are the races This year the curd be better than ever Tho half mSlo track hts already been tn nplcpdid condition Three trotting end pacing htako nn featuriul fur each Oay Tic ntjloa closed on JunO 0 LIVESTOCK HlBlT a Feature itll It tdI 1tlltk hair I t icj tLnllitI i t hilit uerlea L I IIlkn IW nil f h t b XII I t III I i i amt i far mutes m put 1 r w y 1 Sate l aeries o Assure V tlc teI v1stK I ct ul ir r Mate Ilresdy- i t l1 n slate II 1 whore i a It aid and d be the born erects i r s Dnrhains J Wai Crawford Millwood uulwriutendeut Rod Polls and dairy Iteicur Vaughn ShHIiyvillo su pcriutondut swiue II L iRlehenrt superintondoiit sheep Vind J M Drlskoll 12tiBlo Sin siiperiiitendont poultry and plg W 11 Iluford Nicholasvillo su poriutcndcnU B S LouisvUlu assistant In chnrgo of blsoons collie dogs W U Mlddleton Shelbyvlllo suporintoiidont vegota nnd meloiig Charles Schultz 1r Lonisvlllc superintendent Held seed and grain M 0 Lovelace Boston su perintendent Frank Pndon Joy tolwcco F P Carrolltou suptrlntondont 10 Rees Iwoulsvlllo asiiociiito suporiu tondout horticulture W W Hlllen Imeyer Lexington superintendent J II Ilammons Jackson assistant su Hrunson PadiiCHh work twit table luxuries Miss fevelyn Porter Louisville superlnton Misses Rvn Nr McGrew Rayon mid Annie Rutherford Louisville as sistant superintendents farm Imple ments and machinery G P pagers Ifemithlantl superintendent forestry snit minerals Robert Blackburn Stan ton superintendent livestock judging contest Prof J J Hooper Lexington superintendent speed rings C 11 Van Meter Lebanon superintendent GREAT TOBACCO DISPLAY tate Fair Exhibit Promises to Surpass All Previous Efforts A tobacco exhibit surpassing of the kind over soon In America promised for the Kentucky State nir of 1910 which will be hold in Louisville the week of September 12 Vm Addams of Cynthlami wilt bo the member In charge of the exhibit F P Sebree of Carrollton is suporln kenderiU with an associate In B S Rees of Louisville The latter has boen actively engaged for several KVCHMS In tho collection of the exhibit and an especially Interesting display jis promised from the dark tobacco- I Present Indications point to m average Kentucky crop and ad received front those In charge of indicate that tho Individual families put on exhibition will bo of worth volume of ox will bo the greatest in fair his iory goal Inn Its ebroe Pfrtutelldlnt plants stud flowora cot I s I I vIces antI the i cattle llsabcthtown Ro rich rnperiutcn lent assistant C L superintendent s t i anything strict bits A Close Finish on the Track at the Kentucky State FairTrotting and exceptionally flue class is an ftl Tiji prizes tlirsivraces ag atuM niv CW Thvrt will be six i iarrn with tie i r iiihims ontiiK io fluO In addition tour ti uair racs are scheduled f fioui for amateur drivep3 and nmt p rae for each day I5u ih purse races will close tho of he recU before the fair Vi ibo night horse show will ap i iT cuarly to those interested in b no feature of the last i so geaeially Popper ns w si of equine nristoo v h rste show wilt be given tno i the live stork pavilion cli ti r capacity far thou jJs a i ir The pavilion will I lHiuj cifd tmd Iv d n a i with tho r i 3 hi the and wintoi Gtae F Managers Practically Same at Last Year I VTfi iporattat tew flhonseft i ii of t io active manage jiint i u Kentur State Pair for ift 0 i P last year J V viri of VersiiiU who has so nrc ty ciided ilv fair during pst v la in charge again as ere While th iate failed to rpn iiip iila yv money greatly tcfl r addltloDMl tntildiftx yet it I b There sill ho no genuine ihc t it on account to the silua HK HpitnuHiing fair and ovrryr i Mut t ilt snit jr st lair crr I M of Uio jii Tie tollovs members of tiifj i l nrci ol An Hure n nfu l to tt e depart mettfas M i I r tide ur M C Una tilt n Frik rt poultry l i l livi tuck JnVjing r ir M A nc Iiexingtoii t tir noge i McOfwir rio n work riMi imt lument i i r J I l t Lettohtielt- Tixif ii ciihrie v llaon town r hHilrri iuic stock speed L Dt r ey AncI raRC hefT i i Trn 3 vcsetaV and cl Tirrura Ore t svrluc rjs field scd tc Trcd It Ivirirarn aad pcrintradit Sbortliorn ITovcfonla ail A r aArjLur W M roan r superiutwidtpf rolled J j or Pul IJ t t L t thi i rt play r in II Jar tut tan I jJ semi t It s c t I t i largest have I J I torero 4 f 6 I cI Crn art I Iit i f try 1 1I lI- I r I I i H3es i J t t116Ib YU Iu R QJn ano t 4 4 5 v C 7 1 Wf F5A Io r Ir rr road le I sin s r t yet t the- o ark 11Urcrv 4 tie the thee I tV R f IIi t south II r n a a Iii l f 1 Lea ds rr e runic V e tiL i h M r is rI- S 1Lar ut tle- t t 1 LI t sier- r lwit ut lee lI lr- 1t r l 2 c t t Cve 1e st r 4 lc iX i In the Burley typos exhibits will bo nude of tho crops of both 1900 nnd 1010 Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar 3tte Wrapper rind Bright Trash types be shown each years class premiums aggregating j3B hung IU Alt 1 amis are offered for the dark typo ex entries being confined to the crop of 1910 The following typos are listed for prizes Austrian Loaf Black Loaf Italian Leaf Green River and Stemming Loaf In addition the prises mentioned valuable stake premiums aro offered in all throe lasses The official sanction or Kentucky to the tobacco exhibit is Illustrated donation of 100 by Commissioner Agriculture II C Rjinkln This money is distributed through very grower In Kentucky IB in ivlted to compete for one or more HLho premtums and each will be with whatever information s de sired upon communication with the superintendent in charge or eoretarj of the Slate Fair THE GREAT LIVE STOCK PARADE No single event of the Kentucky State Fair Sept 1217 w111 attract more attcntioji than the gloat stock jmrade Tills will take place te p in Friday Sept 16 and will bo up of firstprize winners In tho various classes during tho week of the Tho judging is then over and the champion first and second ribbons and the admiring public has an opportunity of witnessing the parade of the champions in every class This show takes place In the immense live stock pavilion which affords ample op inortimUy for 10000 people to vlow tho magnificent sight Chance For Girl Tno high tchool girl of Kentucky is to have her inning at the State Fair in Louisville September 1217 fair management has decided to learn lost what pmgrcn has liken made In the domestic arts an1 scicncoa by the school girls it la probable there will not Ve a more Interesting exhibit at this yesrn b show than the ex irr hsif ork cf Krn tacky girls Literal jrirs ofi red for rvtrythins from a pink kiicoca and fancy a to best ono dozen button holts The girl who can n the hit muffins nnl doughnuts and c l t Irnu n 1o will Also lio r f rtl hr skill and induntry- F r catalogue entry blanks or any other luforivaliou regarding the Ken tnrky State lYir nddrtss J W Now niar s rpfny 20 Paul Jones Build lu j Loaiavlile Ky In instance Iblts Long French I h- mo ems fair ltJod Tho 1f have keen le t t r to iiI r 7 Jill p ouch Vntijper crAfrican Leafs t supplied t made High Sohool lieu and i urn iud r f NOW SHE KEnPSBIHAUTIFUL The Mystery Solved like the flowers thnt bloom iirtho the budding into womanhood is an inspiring nnd she is usually she fectly Site beautiful just so lung as her health remain her nervous have backache sleepless and how soon does it for wrinkles crows feet mud lark circles to appear in the face tier chiTlo were rosy until she began to suffer front weaknesses the constantly recur 1 1 nilZ IKIlfia iiv n quickly from the bceuliful ago to tho prematuro middle ape was not meant women to nif r eo it tIne to our unnatural but civilized method of living and to the fact that so many neglect small ills which loon up to larger one Nothing so drags n woman aa con recurring periods when she Buffers moro and moro a chronic condition that can bo cured woman should talro an alcoholic com pound for that will diatuib foxed ja quickly compacted becomes hard in with alcohol rendering tho food in digestible Sho must go I j Nature for B cure native Indians of early times were far from wrong when called a marvelously effective medi cinal plant Squaw root whnt the our lute or HIm Cobosh This and Black Cohoeh Golden Seal Ladyp Slipper nnd Unicorn root arc ingredient of a wonderfully success in modern tines Dr Favorite Prescription of women in nt soon found that a these roots with Ilydn Seal and Ladys root combined in just proportions made tho tonic cure complaints of women Where women from backache weak ness nervousness and lack of sleep it was usually duo to functional trouble prescription directed at the causo 08 per cent of such cases That is why Pierce soon it up in a to be over the United head to foot that 13 the that afflicts some women at stated periods backache dizziness nnd pains unbearable An hon est a safe remedy which no woman can afford to opportunity of for Iho euro of which weaken a womans Dr tierces Favorite Dr Pierce not assures his Favorite Prescription is honestly made but ho you Suet it contains boss nixllcal authorities rccomL 1 r1 vl f41n lnn F KHifigtkood M D Professor of Materla Alrdical Col logo of Golden Seal Itan important remedy in disorders of tho conditions Of Ladys Slipper root ho says Exer female organs relieve pain etc Prof John tho DierKXHA ToiiYsays of muck Cohosh root This a very active powerful and useful a very important part in diseases of women incident to woman hood In is surpassed by no other drug being of greatest slow but its effects are permanent promptly curative of Conn Editor of time Jlmpnrtmetit of Thorn rcu tics In Tim of Unl corn root Uelonltw Dlolm of tho chief ingredients of Dr Ph rces Favor ito A retnsily which In variably acts as a orator always favors n condition which activity of tho enttro reproductive cannot fall to be great and tho Utionor lei no In llclonias wo have a medicament which moro fully answers tho above than mw other drug with which I am acquainted In treatment of to women It Is sodom that a case is sign which does not some fur this remo The Registered POLAHDciilHA BOAR oung irl is l her is dO n lI il No 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