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I Record AdvertiringI Costs Nothit1g It pays for itself The invcsto1cnt is sure of returns Get our rates 1X r y t1 f4 1t- n i YI IJ tttCOtb VOL XII NO 20 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1510 50c PER YEAR IN ADYANCL Ir 7 i A New Accent fin Negro Progress There is no question of politics or industry important as these subjects arc which consumes so much of the thought and time of the men of the sputh as that relating to the negro the man of the north is able to relegate it farther into the to get a better per spectivc upon it he too is much concerned about it and holds anti voices his opinions He has more often gone so tar as to mistake his prejudices for facts and he a number of epithets to cm ploy in these discussions and uses them with such zest that they hyp notize him into the belief that they are justified It cannot come amiss to review from time to time the situation in which the American negro finds him self Compelled to keep in the back yard of civilization punished even for such poor forms of success as winning a prize fight he remains in spite of all the worst members of his race can do to discountenance him a figure of increasing dignity It is forty years the shackles were stricken from him and he strug gled out with in the of the superior race by which lie was surrounded to play his independent part in the great scheme of western civilization Re fused credit for his virtues laughed at for his imitation condemned for his divergences bewildered lonely seeking compensations for contume ly in ways which naturally enough often were base and shameful con signed to the worst parts of all he has come up haltingly yet surely to a place where the sum of his attainments is in spite of all a credit to him Prof Kelly Miller of Howard un iversity says of his people Within forty years of only partial opportun ityrlhjs American negro has cut down G L If rjjJroduced professional folios some 50000 strong including ministers teachers doctors authors archi tects engineers and is found in all lines of listed pursuits in which white men are engaged 3000 negroes have taken collegiate degrees over 300 being from the best institutions in the north and west established for the most favored white youth there is scracely a first class institution in America excepting three or four in the south that is without colored stu dents who pursue their studios gen orally with success and sometimes with distinction negro inventors have taken out 400 patents as a con l tributiun to the mechanical genius of America are scores of rjcgroes who for poppptjed abjljjy gnd achievement rcsjCplabl e fank in the company of pf Here js lc accent of justifjablp this rjqte posy heard in Htterancps qf many ncgroe3 Jo matter how depress ing the circumstances in which they labor and in spite of the handicap which the reckless and headstrong class of negroes place upon fellows still this virile not of op timism is sounded It is an indica tion of the essential wholesomeness and sturdiness of the race It is indeed the voice of courage To this enduring vjrttje there is being jjdfjed a quality much that qf taste js the negro not to lose himself and his racial individuality by bleaching the white The negro Prof Miller thinks is building up his qwn society based on character culture and the nice amenities of Ijfc and he can find ample social satisfaction within of his awi race fnieef to one cap at ten4 one of the literary socjaj af fairs of the If Douglas center this city realizing that Here there is no wistfulness no desire tor the companionship of the white people These well educated and wonjen busy and opnortunjties with a prow patience arc to themselves They make their own wit their own music form their own vjcws and live own lives They do not fringe of white society they are ie ftiplcu Of society pje jn urge an Glut enjoy is to be had Nor can H jrf I t r 1 H If andwhile backgroundand J t e- O 1 n 1 I a 1 I but since I misplacedconfidence goodwill iC- Ii 4 communities mingup U 4 there e h Americans aHd the more I n is teachipg n t tt the limits n I or A rc eritk o Y men lea itlg useCulli1lei ap JiWterI I sufficient the not r a I L I n over reserves a e i i a n t d id to elf re5PeEt t- Ile then r subtle a I into tin without 4 t 4 M ea tn t1i a 1 the constitu an- a tvis i eat a i r T 1- V y y 1i T a It J go afford to be ungrateful to the chief resident of that social settle ment the Rev Cclla Parker Wool Icy who organized and who con ducts it providing for the aspiring colored people a fitting place of meeting where they may indulge and foster their taste for whatever is socially and intellectually tine and Tribune Kentucky Fair Dates Kentucky Slnle Kiitr LnuUvHlc Sept I J slt Iny Htttronio Sept 0 tlirve itnyn- MoiitlfOllii Sopt rt three diiyi IhxlKPtivlllo Sti fl tlirvit liijM Morjrtintoxvn S ii Si thrrp ilujv Ialtniiuth S n t 38 roar ilnyK Sentence SerMOHs Duty is never done by dreaming of it A small religion will never draw big men The only way to feel right is to do right The shifty worker is never shifted upIt takes more than polishing to make men shine Faith is more than taking at his face value Much of our education is only an attempt to polish putty hew things have less feeling than the piety that is all feeling The louder the pious puffing the less the heavenward hauling When a always does what he wants no one wants what he does Progress is to be known by devel oping conciousness of the You are not getting ready to shine in glory by withholding your light hereGrunting would not be so much of a sin if the grunters did not de audience Repentance may have tears but iter Most fads are winnowing winds the less the weight the greater the speed with which they arc followed Miss Lena Arnold handles cut lowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Special fates Over the Central Railroad Centpany Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1217 sale date Sept 10 to 17 including limit for return Sept 19 1910 Fare for round trip 420 children under 12 210 Grand Lodge Masons Louisville Qct 30 1910 sale date Oct 17 and in limited for return Oct 22 for round trip 4 20 W Q CRAWFORD Agent TP lATE TO CHICAfiO 1EBUCEI JK99QH RoMte Aiietuces New Schedule of Fares One Way aid 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 round trip good thirty days returning instead of 16 Patrons are offered exceptionally good ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partmcnt and Drawingroom Pull as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Doling cars and the very finest modern new coaches Jn gurgles cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D A Louisville Roark is specially prepared to dp disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere t Deal at home as much J as possic your I home towiV This will make a better J macket and enhance the 2 T i vi u y juf ycj J A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the swepp ers cost 3 to 575 Sec them at Roarks have other advantages jan rnqRcysa ng fcatujes ejf highChicago man mandan i ner cn ine dtliien mg Iiii His 1910 ears fare I 1 I I Ky iI Buildup I u f t ir e d tan f f1 everyone unattained avQe r th l tend mans eii i ao pit tome fro rtyeo- tiose the patncd a e 1IUSIXKSS LOCALS Stair and room corners are kept clean and free from dust by the of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Gct a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selcc tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your laundry work represents the best plant in this territory andshe use nMh MIMLM nnMMy I A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When everydays delay coils you money The itin rain snow are work Lumber cots too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It cost less to use good paint Ulan to it We uie nothing good paint on our work CARTERStriclly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we use never crari or price rcuoubk oat put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious It a very serious m ter to ask for one n e Icine and have the one you For this jeasqn we urge you in buying BUCK DRAUGHT Medicine The reputatIon of this old relia in digestion and liver trouble Is It does not imitato other It Is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a larger sale than all others combined OU IN TOWN P2 DE KALBILU KANSAS CITY MO Qur electric equipme e blcs us to handle promptly all odcrs for job printing pivc 4 yow i e nd we insure satisfaction Programs Envelopes Invitations Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters your bw1dings IffiJ eartof war W l J Utlntee a i z te a get the r pow er u fst Circulars i- mnM ct a4 Beads Fact rr y I Slr p rat without arl1calr will tcmowctr- e unit Ml given hEcarEl81 t genuine firmly if REVOLVING r STRONh Eh R uaABlEglflFI wefts rag cart a T iCTi Q basis State t Nic aids t Boks QunC lcnts Er er- V arA DR J W BARLOW U b l J Jl Crown and llrltlgc Work flouts nt reasonable prices OQloe In tkoJonvH Building arconvlllc Ky J SLATON tiyncluti unit tntircconO- Oluc JJulncroHS street ncnr Mnluvtrcct f CAM HOWAKll Al tt GilA GRAY LAWYERSOffice la Green Building opposlltlaMeadt Hotel OR LOUELLA OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Street Tclcpliono NoJS J E Baile up Htulrlll DR T 4 HOWARD t HE TSlEY Main toss l f Dentist Greenville office Central City office ove Storers Jewelry Store T White Patients Only Telephone Connectioni Monon Route 1JETW15EX Louisville and hicago HBST LINE TO STATION LOUISVILLE DEAHHOHN STATION ClIICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th null Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Liniment is all that is needed and it is to Rive quick relief Give it a trial and s e for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size 50C Bldg California the Rh iII11ii1tl il every ChaTIberl certain I I Opela s elILhII and Vast NG thwcst- Tw trainndailt teack kaand6criO N L ins VWWVVMnA AIVMMIAIM 1RIc ti AND ECHGt r fylxxly AMI it lIU T ilPIIV American Photography Iloacoa St TlInfornuh7In I Ikaurlloi I gttcuaAa sn I f ml ltI I II iItfl- yKI ootrl p NI u1Mcn Imlnr lla a i MrriiANi- Cnrnerl lv u c Simple pra d lf i S1I f 1 teM J rats tar I r naPle I T 1111 Ill h Uoaten c rRU inu1 VIrt a lektkftrrller- nntin Canllarl0 nh l1 scu- Frtnp ou Co GIV i6ut y PHOTO gaP to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are gure It will help you Remember that this great omalo remedy We Ask You VV WVIVV IVV t1f has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why to yovi For headache backache periodical pains female many have said U Is the best medicine to take Try U 1 Sold in This City not weakness F3- PV l A1 Pi if I i 1 lila THE NEW DR FOR AND ALL DISEASES PNEUMONIA PREVENTS AND Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I after using one I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn PRICE 500 AND 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists KINGS I RyI i COUGHS AND COLS t THROAT AND LUNG u wasunable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New andU J r 1 CONSUMMION Discovery n cl i tnntt Tto wit f rr U ftnce on th n tto Ktlto lot utaloe ot teno Inc for all irro races co D x ib m Kaftans C T MO C M HOWARD CO KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS reater cot Ulaa i 1t5 mrlet for tHe nrratts mbara and rtrdem wed at WITH fOR Dr Kings New Discovery1 cOUCHS OLDS Tllal Dottlo free PRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFA01OR OR SESUNDED WE BUY ckcatt iqy VlM w MlBifctU o sM JP Vll MONEY v tWOOLHIDESANOFUR i ia talas t xe an do I tltief y lsolC pmsspoaen6aats Lou rilie lj 1 1 S 4 sQlt E a4UA edtacarlllf White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for machin RQARKS Cures Colds ID any part of body nollvr Afc Y an School books foiv all grades can be found at the newt store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all Iviflds 3 s STdl E b Dr FennersCough Honey j ulhCrllllttlln wUl brlntt Cllrt Tktli txorUf s lthullnUlllsm ttl tI Inlluetua TAO aim 1111111111 Y J alt WrJ i i tilt t n 3 n 1r hrro rnlllllll a exauro pmrcnl tripgold rrVh n neaten 5tc rod nlu PY Iela Muhlenberg County is rich in rual iron timlr in ttrs In etr aiiil the most inviting lilil in for vestment ofcapital and k c L j j t J L t mnlJlf1 rsiJt rj l lucky l f tl Me r- tl t lint i Take 345- t t Of 75Save BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR A tJ j FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular is ioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after it and a whore slow it will lo able Ib ha c one reserved at the lure rate ofS Books K u 25 sic included time limit If nut t 4 now buy one future r J 2a Trice s a sating d and stationery 1 ready use I NlOIi11 b F W J tBUSINESS L4U6sVILLE ltd fi u 0p r J Have You Tried There is it bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the drug store Hale you tried it If not we urge you to do before your troubles have obtaincd such a that nothing will drive them out Even now it maybe nearly too late But try it ji how If anything can you Carui will It has helped I in s of cases where other medicines had tried ill vain Why should it not do the saute for you a PRINOIPs Lqc v COLLT GTO 1rCOKZOSATlnV Sojtl and Walnut Strcats VV LVS Vie hot don you rran been ti CARDUI t 50 J l r e r oman s oBie C i My daughter Octavo would have been in Jcv today had it not been for that flue medicine Cvdui writes Mr Laura Lawrence of Drennon K Nothing 1 tried helped my daughfer nrtil si oi your medicine and got a 1 bottle When P w taken four doses she became all right 1 often recommend Curclui to my friends j Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use the I Write to ladles Advisory D nt Oiattanoosa Medktoc Co CteKtacoca Teas for Special Jrutfcethns and Home Treatment for sent free the use of a coodlaxative to keep bowels open and prevent the i ofeofis of food from getUnginto your ystooi The latest wqJiKt vt science is VELVO Laxative 1uniy f i reliable ntxl of a plcawnt taste Volvo a ts cu twlvtr r voi stomach anti bowels and is of the greatest possible eflka y in constipation inui bilioaiiJfcis sick headaclw fevjtihne a lkUatutecce etc Irv 1V i r itfhail t had sent for the doctor ItJ wlt1 k J I book I JLivcr crcu ltit 1 r taken whcli i VV ton Ct 4t ale wan ea tr n o a a dr eS the Syrup I tI t 1r 1 Y R y v- L a f Arv r I LAXAT i1Jj G liVER SYRUP 0 L j ITVe w 4- rJ4 w il MI i t Q y HE REt RD Au Incl IWHltll t Nw5pnpcr 1 I I t I RECORD PRESS 0ro Jaclre8lde omen I ROATIKSetrotary ORIJSN I ROAKK EDITOR LasgDlslancc Telephone No 72 OMecr la now annex rrnr of Mor ground Hoar 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS irahncriptlnH tret of Hie pnm r In ble in a4Tna ant when tlp time HUH expired to wkkiJi It if paid ho jmpf will l Card of thaokH obltuarr n illi N etc If not Innflvr UIM ton U H will lie true A per line will Ito miule for succeed h X variation trf this rule to nnyot j frt MMtpte eoptini wiH M inrlltsl- A J itlNMMMiM will be lnerti il A rule card nrnlidwd on re uri In all iWMMUK left tiou Hud tnahr aH re mini Orcouvlltc Ky THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1918 Haters at tke JreoavtUc Ky posloflloc ns Its Teddy who is making the tour and he is making good too all along the route CINCINNATI so far holds the record for the lowest increase In population that city having gained only 112 per cent in population in the last decade At this rate the uccn City will become a tail ender before any great length of time A HANK cashier in a Maine institu tion has just been caught short sonic j 55 ooo in his accounts after a service of some fifty years ot sup posedly faithful service Now however it has been discovered that for the past thirty ytars he has been falsifying his books It is wonderful how expert some men can become in bookkeeping sure Tim International Hotel Stewards association in session last week at Pittsburg donated 200000 for the purpose of establishing a training school for hotel help the location to be at Indianapolis When a waiter graduates and gets to be a professor with B S biscuit shooter after his nnme it will doubtless raise the dimensions of a tip to the propor tions of a small fortune or you will f frntn tlic vhin year book of the North Am erican Y M C A now beingissu ed shows the membership of the as sociations to have well passed the half million mark There are 2017 associations an increase of 103 dur ing the year Of these 868 alone re port 496581 members more than 150000 of which are boys in their teens and 68000 arc in inddustrial occupations The associations have made a net gain of 5049250 in property making the total dt 67 865000 They have also 6534 609 pledged to erect n w or larger buildings TUB land question in England may be settled in time if the ex ample ottered by some of the noble holders of great estates is followed Last years budget has so increased the burdens imposed on the owners of large tracts of land that many thousands acres already have been sold in small lots to buyers who in tend to farm them Within a week two such parcels were put upon the market one by Earl Manvcrs in Nottinghamshire and the other by the Karl of Carnarvon at Burtonon Trent The former owner frankly confessed that the new tax was his reason for selling The latter said he believed in a wider dispers al of If more land owners had held that bcljef In the past so many of Britains sturdy sons would nut have gone to the colonies The vast tracts reserved for deer and grouse shooting the great inclosed estates in England and even in the jicart of London itsolf which not only excluded the land hungry pub lic but paid inadequate rates to the treasury have formed one of the great drawbacks to life in Great Britain havo sent thousands over seas and have at last resulted in the tax increase carried by the budget LADY WANTED To introduce our very complete Kail line of beautiful wool suitings wash fabrics fancy waitings sjlke htlkfs etc Up to date N V City Patterns Finest line on the market Dealing direct with the mills you win find our prices low If others can make jo oo to 3000 weekly you van also Suinplts full instruc lions in neat sample case shipped express prepaid 0 money requir ed JSxcluuivc territory for particulars 15e first to apply STANDARD DltKSS GOODS COMPAKV Dept 500 Tjiogamton y cr C r y s a c TIlt one o will It e JA1AbtI 1e ltKCUJU 11tRtE WII 1 ZO 8 onllllln maUer- t ij t I j lf tt I 41 ont Icu 4 1 i1 t f I 1 rate 1 land tor 1 I J I 1 0 I4 41 II y f I A 1 t 1 N c t yy 1 pf l j itr rS f REPENTANCE nvj n The forerunner of Christ John the Baptist began his ministry by calling the Jews to repentance Christ in his ministry did the sauiv thing Repentance is a command Sue Acts 2 chapter 38 verse God commands men everywhere to re cnt What is implied in repent ancc 1 Conviction of sin 2 Decision of character 3 Turning from sin to God Jesus said the Nincvitcs repented at the preaching of Jonah See Jo nah 2 chapter Here we have the definition of repentance They turned from their evil ways It is claimed that repentance is a Godly sorrow for sin They quote 1auls statement to the Corinthians where he speaks of Godly sorrow Hut you must bear in mind the apostle is speaking to Christians and not to alien sinners The alien sinner never has Godly sorrow he can not for the reason he is not Godly so the apostles teaching cannot be applied to lie alien It would be casting the childrens bread to the dogs Repentance is a fruit of faith It is only he who has been convicted and led to believe that he is a sin ner lost and ruined by sin without God and hope in the world and that Christ Jesus came into the world to saTe sinners So when lead to believe these facts thus convinced and convicted his faith leads to decision of character when he turns from sin to God I want to repeat that repentance is the fruit of faith Talk about rcpentinc and then be lieving is nonscncc John the Hap tist Christ the twelve apostles th seventy evangelists preached re pent and believe the Gospel Hut they were sent to the sheep ol Israel who believed in God and that a deliverer would be sent to free them So they were commanded to repent and believe in One to come Those who repented at the preach ing of those men of God their re pentance was the fruit of their faith in God and only such believed in Christ who was to come and re ceived Him when He came to whom he gave the power to become commanded to repent True re pentance expressed by the phrase turning from sin and satan to God Turn ye for why will you die Paul says his mission to the Gentiles was to open their eyes and turn them from darkness to light and from the power of satan unto God that they might receive of sins The Nincvites be lieved the preaching of Jonah and turned from their evil works and Christ said they repented Thus we have a scriptural definition of repentance Lastly repentance works conversion which is a change in ooes life that one has ceased to sin in other words has died to sin and is ready to be buried with Christ in belcivcts baptism thus putting on Christ and arises to walk in newness of life thus becoming a new creature in Christ and lead a new Life and is expected to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ and if faithful to the end will have an aboundant en trance into the everlasting kingdom of God Gire your job printing orders to TilE RECORD Biral 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 Tins can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Nashville Tennessee for information Regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinoife- CUMBERIAKD TEL TRI Co Incorporated Hot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until 1030 a in at Sam Rcc Martins barber shop I JAJ ItS anti lost tJH l I f rtl maybe forgiveness headquarters U 0 Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of I I wallpaper in stock ready for dcliv fcry and sampjq books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection J I 1 7 ii t 7 r t i Care In Scarlet Fever Scarlet fever is one of the leiriblc of the diseases which can enter a household where there are young children Perhaps it may be said to he the most terrible first in the high degree of its contagiousness second in the percentage of its fatili ly and third iu the hideous and life lasting consequences that may follow u its train for those who recover from the original attack This being so it is not possible to overdo the pains taken to limit the disease and to shelter those who have not been exposed The minute a diagnosis of scarlet fever has been made the sick child should be isolated from the rest of the household iu a room as Urge as well ventilated nml as sunny as the house will furnish never mind who must turn out fur the purpose If any other mem bur of the fami ly has a sore throat or seems below his usual standard that member should also be isolated until the di agnosis is clear but not put in the same room with the declared cue The children who stilt seem per fectly well must on no account be alloxvcd to attend school or to come in contact with other families To neglect this rule is to do a grievous injustice to well Alt the clothes toys or school books handled by the sick child jut before the illness appeared should be stcrilixed at once and hung out in the sun and it is well to remove nil nigs or carpets draperies and cush ions from the sickroom and steri lie them also The work of nurs ing is made much easier if the room is thus cleared of superfluous or stufty objects Whether a child is nursed by a member of the family or whether a trained nurse be engaged for that purpose the same routine should be observed The nurse or nurses should have absolutely no inter course with the rest of the house hold Food should be left iu some neutral and convenient spot agreed upon and carried from there into the sickroom by the nurse All the bedclothes towels and linen used in the room should be put into a onetofivethousand solution ofbJchlorid of mproury by the nurse It is seedless to say tltat after taking all these precautions little good will coine of them if anxious relatives especially if an anxious father with mustache or beard clad in ordinary women clothing insists upon hovering in and round the room lu such a case the same care shquld be taken as in the case of the physician who puts on a linen coat just for that case and who scrupulously washes and disinfects liis hands and on leaving Try In November Thousands upon thtusands of fam Ufos who have not boon regular oat ers of Quaker Oats will bogin on thq first of November antI oat QunKor Oats once or twico every day for thirty days of this month tho result in good health and moro strength and vigor will moan that every othor month In tho year will find thorn doing the sarao tiling Try U Serve Quaker Qats jilentij fully and frequently for tho thirty days of November and lonvo off a cor responding amount of moot and greasy foods Youll sot moro health moro Vigor and sJreiTgth than you over got In Jays of any other kind of eating you this see thatthe children sot a full sharo Qunkor Oats Is packed in regular alzo packages and largo size family packages 7- IHssclIs cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper ypu cannot possibly apprcqatp the advantages Call fur a demonstration AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS II 11 mOlt the iJtJtltRR1nrr U l2fIS7Dt face the case Tills pro trying NO 370 TWOINONg We still at1 vclilclcs Dlnrt from our C O D tuConxumrr to cxaniinrtiuu ami fire trial It iiof to the Globe llnitfy CD lu hare every one who deal it nh a pl atJ i4KotT t to raJc 7tclct viluc inlily nf r ct uHicnd our pecHtn to your ncvli1 r o r Oii raulr lal oliil lvB toturctistotncrawon Id tic dealer I f fttmlftarc not M rrficntctl money iarcliirncil oti You Jikc no risk Wo manufacture Iioncst Vrlilclcs nml Harnncs Vnvoour customers money III onUrn vromU Vr r inr rpp lUnii OWENSDORO KEKTUCKV rGlr the KrtIIht Ultra p 1I1 Wit h ill tItJattar1urhip lilli II rd 0 yh Ct Ifnnllby lIinlC n IIn h J I ItI 11111 fit nc iUu Itilhlhman II lruO u wilt BRit ton r lit lfJ C iiUtHi1 cu tt t I t rT GREENVILLE KENIilCHY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffc W G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin E J Purycar C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr s The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management INSURANCE t z I JII itj nlf fiRST NATIONAL BANK f1 f1 our 4 o W n Dar IiJ BlAKWfll ROARK- 6ENER L We represent the Hone Insur ance o ol N Y FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE ROM GREENVILLE KY DEF OY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lie that our tocks of goods in all depart merits are larger and better selected than ever In oqr history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm Implements and such goods our stocks are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated x I Undertaking Department fi We have just added an Undertaking Department to our fjt business and will carry a comprehensive Ifnq of Coffins Cos kets Robes Suits Wrappers ana Dresses Also have a Hoarse In rvjce on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt JO and careful attention any hour day or night f w Telepiws Store No I or Ro 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO I- l DEPOY KENTUCKY V 8EPIAND 1QJEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO liTCOKPOKATCD p I BlACK VEll dti 0 jr v PMIm Iill BfIDG S ANNON i i f t f o fti t f t f f tB f fl lli tf iti iti I Night No tt t I jIIt rem IIIIII pt4fflJI JIe Tor J Lonrj distance lines and telephones c Ws Company onablo you to talk anywhere In Southern Indiana Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi artd Louisiana Wo can put you in and satisfactory communication yitrvl c people of thi errsatsoction of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed MFS r CALDWELl 1fU 1 Jlir1j f LFLPND HUME Ucnl MET 1 r Jr t Hut writes all Kinds ot and city property I farm I T D WEB I Tr UIIilJ r COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age we solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Lust Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 3OOQO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL StaUs RetotxeM ExMWW DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATIELLO AND HIS BAND Free Attractions Upto4ate MMwar HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND KX T WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES Far furthir information writ J W NEWMAN Sccritary 320 PM jMtaBWf LOUISVILLE a Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville made its appearance SOME OF FEATURES v i All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody j Devoted to the countys social moral educational and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of ifs subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete1 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 are right SatiV faction guaranteed J 4 4 4 t J1 t i5 I MUHtE BERG I I r Qrw t I i ANew MUftlfNBfRG SfNTINflI c APRIL 1 191 At tIt of oJ r t J H k ITS i itf j industrial f i j I r t r r Ii r r r r Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material tjiat does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to paint or varnish enamel or stain We can supply exactly the article that will do best You can be sure of this be cause we sell the perfect ACME kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antee mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality land we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes theonly com plete pint book ever published A- GjMwiiie WSSL to Incorporated IJ qUALITY II r V r I t j f O ji The ont Bal Powder GrapeCream f lOYAL Absolutely I R R LOCAL TIME CARDC NORTH nouxn KOl Loutsrlllc Expres r 1 121amI- OJ Cluclatmtl Kxpreni IMpm 101 Louisville Untiled 408 nm 130 Central City accom 715 pm BOOTH BOUM NO 135 Paducah and Cairo nrcom 515am 121 Fulton Accommodation l 40pm 101 Now Orleans Special 103 N 0 Spec LouUvllle pixMr onlyj 120am Juno 5 1010 WQCnAwrono Agt REST BY ABRAM J 11YAJC fattier RYAn Is the name by which the Rev Abrnm Joseph Ryan Is Mill commonly known He vrnfl At Norfolk Vii In IRK and died at Louisville Ky In 18M AH n Cmhollo prlent he served an a chaplain In the confederate during the civil war He wan the writer of three volnmen of poenm My feet are wearied nnd my hnmU nre tired feoul oppressed Anti I desire what I have long desired Rent only rent Tit hard to toll when toll IH almost rnlii In barren ways TIll to sow nnd never groin in harvest days The burden of my days U hard to hear d But God known bent And I have prayed but vnln heat been my prayer For rest H wee t rest TIs hard to plant In spring and never reap TliQjuitiunn yield Tin hard to till nnd when tllledVto weep Oer frullleaa Held And so I cry a weak anti human cry So heart oppressed And so I sljh a weak and e1hk t j And cares lufCHt v My path nnd through the flowing of hot t6nra I pine or rest And 1 am restless htlll twill soon be oer For down the west son la Kcttln awl 1 ace the shore Where I Khali rest Circuit next Monday THE RECORD 500 per Howdy Got your coal in yet c Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Tlie popularity of the ice man is slipping Typewriter ribbons all machines This is now just about as fine a resort as could be desired Next Monday is Labor Day and will be generally observed as a holiday by the miners of this ct unty Miss David Cherry of Calhoon Was here attending the institute last week the guest Miss Lillian Craig Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered School Monday and the building and grounds are being put in condition The attendance be heavy Morgan will teach piano violin and guitar and 3hall be glad to arrange with pupils Terms reasonable See our special clubbing offer limited to November i Satisfactory progress Is being made on the Methodist Sunday phool and the work will be rushed right along Mrs T J Morgan and daughter Marie were here from Nortonville a few days the latter part of the week with relatives Get potted plants and cut lowers from Miss Lena Arnold Estel new born baby Mr and Mrs Harry Paxton at Browns ville died Sunday afternoon Inter was at Friendship iomdaj d n I I 10 pm I II I Oca MOII 4 nrm f bard o till bump 3l ng1ound crJi thtteCrLrCrit LIfe court f Jo forSchool summer of 4 opens I Will- S II Miss Vera a u It Ie f boyof b If nt IIt t- l S A I a 3 a garner a a S yearS Goodmorningi Ready atRoarks I a a Ia 5 a a a a a room a J 5 a I V mJ i g zivcyar i 5i Special Offer Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Farm I year 50 Uncle Remus Magazine I year IM Good Housekeeping I year 151 Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TilE RECORD I year Total JU5 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly Give us your job work The band concerts each night draw large audiences There have been two rooms ad to the school building the being fitted up thus giving much needed space or the pupils See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks The excursion Tuesday afternoon to Louisville was the largest patron ized atuthis point that has been run a sold from this station Mr IJomcr Driskill who has been spending a few weeks visiting and friends in Madisonville Hopkinsville and Owensboro is again with THE RECORD Get 475 worth of reading for 175 See special club of fer Mr J Roark who has been spending his vacation at home will return to Louisville the first of the week where he will take his last years work at the Louisville College of Dentistry The Boston Bloomers played ball with the local team at Central City last Sunday and a I arge crowd was drawn to the game Central City won in a score of 6o and the one sided contest did not interest the spectators Orders for cut lowers will receiva the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Mrs Richardson yho has been here on a visit for some weeks re turned to her home in Hampton Virginia yesterday accompanied by her daughter Mrs A AY Duncan and child who will spend a nontb at the seashore t yj Miss LeUa JPatridgc eonductpf of the teachers institute her e last week delivered a public address at the court hOUSe last Thursday night on the topic Old and New in Educa tion There was a large audience and the address was enjoyed greatly Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f Harold the eighteen months old son of Mr N F Sweeney died at their home near the depot last Wednesday after an illness of some weeks from a complication of ailments Interment was in cemetery here Thursday 4 oclock p m The excursion to Louisville wa crowded when it passed here rues dayafternoon and then carry ing about 1600 passengers crowd ing the sixteen coaches until the steps were coveted and the aisles with standing people Club I C 51 etl basement this season her C t Ketr relatives matter I e u i andMrs was 1l d pr o r tFfjtJ s S 555W I Evergreen a Girls Play Prank OH Young Men Mr and Mrs James Panncll quite a number of their young friends from town at their country home one evening last week Among the features of entertainment was a dear hunt the boys remain ing in the house until the girls had all gotten secreted around the yard and nearby points In time all the girls had been found except three and they had succeeded in keeping their hiding spot safely Presently one of the girls in alarm called to Mie members of the party and particularly to a young doctor pres ent pleading that he conic to the corn field near the home as one of the girls had become frightened in the dark and had fainted The doctor knew some of the pranking characteristics of the three missing girls and would not respond to the call But severel others did Jo the spot where they found of the girls limp and almost uli Her two companions and appeared to be greatly distressed and the whole party was interested one or two of the boys being extremely exercised over the matter and rendering every aid to the injured The doctor was still impressed with the fact that a joke was being played and was Then he adopted a measure that he thought would prove effective he asked that the patient be turned tern porarily over to the ladies and the patient prepared for a more thorough examination and she suddenly consciousness The joke was considered as one of the most clever that has been played in while as it was clever in and perfect in execution Agricultural Expert Here Monday Mr J H Arnold an expert from the Department of Agriculture Washington D C was here and addressed a at the court house at i oclock p m His talk was a valuable one suited especially to the products and needs of the farmers of this section and those who heard it were interested and received much valuable But a street medicine man was fn opposition on the street and least three times as manyfarmers turer on agriculture Stock for Sale House for Rent After serving the trade for 31 years in the millinery and lines I have decided to sell my business and offer my house for rent at reasonable price My is well established and the 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 with great care Will sell at a bargain and desire to close out at once MRS M E MARTIN New Boarding House Mrs Chas Greer has rented the Col Veir residence near the and has opened a Boarding house at popular prices This will prove a help as Greenville has for a long while been short on places to entertain the people who are coming here Mrs Greer has experience and will conduct place jn a manner to please the public entertained It It rushing convinced after he had made an exaninatjI1 regained along conception Monday smallcrowd information vlnn e attendant business selected e courthouse many w ne t eieaTrucutI bata Fof livery servicefirst I including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Mr C W Roark and wife May me Lam Mrs E R Yost Messrs Leslie Hale O G Roll Jr are in Louisville for a few days this week Mr Chas Wickliffe has been con fined to his home for seicpal days suffering from a complication of troubles but is improving and will soon be out again it is hoped Roark has an immense lqpk pf needles shuttles bobbins etc for also oil bands rub bcrs and such supplies That was a fjne Jjrowd in town Monday and there was plenty of amusement for them too Jockey alley was especially active a cine troupe was on the streets a tenlbd being pitched a dozen or more wagons loaded with watermelons located conveniently around so that all phases of could find something to do or engage their interest Roarks furniture polish is gome what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the guarantee moneY Vack if better than any you ever used x Jh t e allmachines the 1tr manhood broadest not 2y rN 4 v M t i i w- uS GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need VJ3 JIAVJB No Public Low Tax Rate per 100 Special Inducements for Factories Baker and Confectioner Fnctory for CoaUMnchinc Bits 1647 Population New 100000 Court Mouse Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Banks Two Newspapers and Job Plants Five Tobacco Factories Three Planing Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Store Two Drug Stores One Hotel Twentyfive Merchants Four Barber Shops 12500 Y M C A Building No Saloons Four Churches for Whites Two Churches Colored One Moat Market One Shoe Repair Shop Two Livery Stables Three Dentists One Watchmaker Ten Doctors Seventeen Lawyers Seven Insurance Agents One Brick Plant Two Concrete Concerns Several Large Coal Mines n rar One Jail One Lockup More miles of concrete pavement than any town of like ize in State Two Undertakers Three Licensed Embalmers One Marble Monument Vorks Two Blacksmith ShQps 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 WIQ XIBQU Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant Dairy FloristTruckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homes Drayman and Light Delivery1 Service Jt J Additional Boarding Houses Public Park Lake and Baths More Workmen all lines Intension of Water Service City Hall Music Store Uptodate Restaurant Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiles More Tree Planners Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon Yard Storage and Warehouse Bane and Orchestra Popular Lyceum Cqursc Trained Nurse Machine Shop and Foundry v Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works More Weed Pullers Modern Apartment Building Inmate at County Farm Dies Mrs Lqciuda Underwood aged 71 years died of a complication of ailments Saturday afternoon at the poor farm where she had been an inmate for sonic years She was at one time in easy circumstances but through the reversal of fortune was compelled to seek the shelter offered by the county Here she was by all as she made herself agreeable and aided in the work as long as she was able Interment was in the Morehcad graveyard Sunday afternoon This isthe first inmate that has died at the farm this Burr Grist Mill My nuw burr pnst mill is in call on yopr merchants for White Flint meal Also to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped jl 28 J A SHAVER There have been one or two very light showers during the week but a good rain is beginning to be badly needed Dust is uncomfortably deep and general and crops arc in shapp where rain wqtd be honcfjqal The Center Edwards Co in their own large tent pitched on the O Bryan lot arc playing here this of dramas with vaudeville features between acts The patronage be ing extended is quite liberal and the public is pleased with the efforts of the performers This is the larger Hint shpw ihff djiuptjp field has bccn here carrying some two dozen people Jti 1 Old papers for sale at this office I T 75c or J More Peoplc 0 uer trect r read Giyh1n red pro rar ln t S 55 55 S55 DebtS S 57L respected year- operation corn- vepI IP that GOOD ROADS WANTED Delegates From All Parts of State Will Meet at State Fair on 15 MIDDLESIIORO Kv August 20 1910 To the county judges fiscal courts commercial clubs and all others interested in the promotion of good roads Pursuant to call issued by the Hon Augustus E Willson of Kentucky and upon the in vitation of the Hon J W Newman Secretary of the Kentucky State Fair Association your many dele gates assembled in convention on the day set apart as Good Roads Day at the last Kentucky State Fair and did then organize the Kentucky Good Roads Association for the of making a campaign in our State for Good Roads As the outgrowth of the splendid work of that State Fair Good Roads Convention the people of our grand commonwealth responded by a ma jority vote of 5000 in favor of the good roads constitutional which amendment makes it now possible for our state legisla ture to enact such a system of good road laws as will place us in the very front rank of the progressive road building states of our union The convention of the State Fair Of last year adjourned to meet at the Kentucky State Fair Association grounds in Louisville Kentucky on the day set part as Good Roads Day which is Thursday Sept 15 1910 and we ask you to select and appoint delegates to this convention who have the welfare ment of this great cause of good roads at heart to such an extent that they will make any sacrifice neces sary to attend this Good Roads which will if we succeed do more than all else for the convenience and improved con dition of the people of our We earnestly ask a big represent ation from every county and Com mercial organization of our State at this most important convention and that you will appoint such delegates who will attend a r furs truly y Pres Ky Good Roads Association I Making Farmers from City Residents The work of making farmers out of city men in the cities is proceed ing apace in this country Many of the larger places have garden associations which secure vacant tracts and divide the land into small parcels which are cultivated by the poorer people Several innovations on this plan have been started re cently New Yorks board of has formally added the study of farming to the public school cur riculum and a generous has been made to secure little farms for practical demonstrations A special effort will be made to teach the rudiments of farming to the of the east side and other con gested districts Kansas City has just completed the first year of its experience with a municipal farm established In con nection with the workhouse The results have exceeded expectations both In decreasing the cost of keep ing the prisoners and also in aiding in the work of reforming them The prisoners take so great an inter est in the farm work that fewer guards are required and efforts to escape arc infrequent The cost of keeping a prisoner has been from 220 a year to 100 and the prisoners live better are healthful and more contented Columbu 0 inspired by the suc pcss of the Missouri citys experi ment may follow suit Another novelty in the work of spreading the gospel of farming has been inaugurated in Washington in connection with the agricultural ex tension work of the state college A demonstration boat is touring Puget Sound reaching all the towns and cities on the coast and as far up the rivers as they are navigable The boat Is equipped for a great variety of farming demonstrations including paraphernalia for teaching various lines of horticulture fruit farming etc pcvienccd Instructors accompany the boat and give lectures in the various places Fully as much as any other one thins this city needs ti rqnid delivery servjce for public use Much time anti effort is now wasted by many persons in the endeavor to have goods and messages delivered r ifli i September I Governor purpose amendment andadvance comfort commonwealth I very fJJ lL education appropriation children reduced more farmingdairy l t t i1t s convention s 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 A GILLMAN Manager Fads for Weak Women Ninetenths of all the sickness of women is due to llama derangement or dis ease of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can be cured is cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restore tive tonic for the whole system It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations local treatment so universally upon by doctors and so abhorrent to every modest woman 1 c RHrc t riar u 0 1 r i L i J I f I i 4- L 5 S SIISSI S SI Ise II ISISSSSS I I j I ssSIt andS 5 We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms sad means of positive cure ore referred to the Peoples Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages newly revised and uptodate Edition sent free on receipt of 21 one Address Dr R V Pierce Bufalo N Y Common clothbinding5 New Methodist Chunk fer Nirth Greeiville It is likely that the depot section is to have a church building ago Dr T J Slaton made a deed to a beautiful lot on North Main street near the depot and this lot has been graded and put in shape for the erection ot the and s the finance committee has been meeting with ratifying construction work can be started by the middle of the month While the church will be Methodist it will be open to all denominations and a union Sundayschool and prayer meeting will be held preaching services being conducted by various pastors of all denominations This is a growing section of the city and a church there will be suppoited by a large list of families who will avail themselves of the Death of W M WilliaMs Sr Mr M Williams of the well known citizens of the coun ty died in his soth year at his home near Vernal Grove church at 8 oclock Tuesday morning after an illness of some length from ail mentsdue to his advanced age Mr Williams was a leading farmer a good citizen and an exemplary Christian gentleman and was held in the very highest esteem by his wide circle acquaintances Rev E D Ryan of this city conducted the funeral services at Vernal Grove church at 2 oclock yesterday and interment was in the cern etery there a large nUnber of rela tives and friends attending The and children have the sympa thy of all Mr John Brizendine is in Louis ville on business for a day or two Give 1iss ArQ your laundry she represents Metqalfc of Hopkinsvjlle one of the bcst plants in this state There has been a change for the better in the condition of Mr Ernest Whitson and it is hoped that this will continue He has been very low with typhoid fever complica tions placing him in a dangerous position but life friends now have hope of his recovery The Muhlenberg Association of the Baptist church is n annual ses sjon with Bethclhcm church near Bremen beginning yesterday and closing today Quite a number of persons from here arc in attendance and all parts of the county are seqd ing large a splendid session is reported Get Hamptons magazine and TIlE RECORD for the price of the magazine alone Sometime V SCone wIfe ena dele Miou t1tq building convenience- afternoon Mr James Oates lost a fine Jersey cow Tuesday the animal choking on an apple Mrs D U Poole was reported as improved yesterday but she has been in very serious condition a sufferer from typhoid See the very latest thing in carjet sweepers at Roarks on North Cherry street Mf lClti mel will work at the carpenter tratle for the present r Dr Libold verterinary who has been here for some weeks left today for his home in Columbus Ohio He made many friends while here and it is likely will return Put aircushion tops on your typewriter keys Roark has themf see what you are missing by not using them The young men composing the Sundayschool class of Mr C W Taylor were his guests for several days on a fishing trip to Rochester last week and had a very delightful Tobacco cutting was started this week in a limited way and will continue in increasing volume The crops will be fully an average in quality but hardly in volume from reports made by many section There are some extraordinarily crops and in a few instances there are extraordinary individual ages Seiteace Serwas No virtue without vigor Difficulties reality to Hje Brotherly boosting helps more than sisterly sympathy No amount of culture can make cameos out of cabbages You cannot put on new lfe wth out putting o the Facts in business count mote than feelings in The only ones who got ahead arej those who can go ahead alone No man is worthy of his vast who is not improving the future The idler always indicts the stream tor flowing the wrong A man begins to die as soon as he qeasca to see grcatci goals beyond Some people never pray over their debts till they see the sheriff coining The poorest way to serve the Prince of Peace ia to preach preju dices The nail of a good precept atways needs the hammer of practice to drive it No parent is doing his duty by his chUdyeu who leaves any child w thout duties c nand jr I fin ace give fo I in S SSfeverS f 55SS r a r surgeonS b y time- c 5 oldSmeetingS wayS55 k ARK Firaiture WaJlp Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults ROARKi tr J o I r t I I j If 1 J per lader 1 fr z rr a s irt reY4 a I 1 fA1Ady w WAAAtv Mi t 1 tb n r a rave rsin ec ion AW uf Visitors to Kentucky Fair mm FREE ATTRACTIONS Successfully 8curad for Seat Ottering in tttt Amuse m ntVoHd Pioneer In Kohtuoky to Ce i Featured the Groat Pyre Uchnfe Spoetacle An lean p uple taunt have amuse ruut Mid no set of men rucoKuize the M t er than the officers and mann So Kentucky State Fair The mUlti i pleabure at the eighth annual rito to take ulnae In Louisville 1 tn r 1217 will be as nearly con tinuo id complete as it i possible iu u So aiy J W Newman has this ois i id particular attention to xvhnt niav be d acrlbed as the purely mus in nt features fur the forth omj fair A contract has Uvn rosod with tho United Fairs poV K omiiany to inpply The u a With the most novel and npto attractions that could possibly be rjs Tho uiwal precautions vvi boon taken to insure the correct n ral and HeanHness of the In iMilual ahovH This annwenient feat v vill in no such a scale this r ill ii waa toned necessary to liiv heretofore utilized as i uiiil that justly ramous hue of mirth will be arranged in f an Immense ere cont with t of sm alonR the avenue rrmi hy some now amusement BslnnTh Hut of frre attractions is a spleudid one These offerings of the fair manar mont proved so popular last jr oat crate ww taken this sun moF to etas trtttnrcts with the best tftwftbtpent watfett to resent A star femUiw will Wakahana iiddw Tr pe consistlngof a rugS v511 crajiKu with Madame Mookty Finks Trained Muted Most ami Morris expert tum bler and aitd HrJ cJo high vir artiste Davenports l npy Horses are exitected to carry off th higlicHt honors howerer among the pr o attractions This entertainment f chart of R three circus will IK i rcscnteicach after ii n aHil evruf r The aciK f t ccfatMtlHr dinplay TIU t o ilnytfl evening in tfi9 rtuilikinu A hug ri Md with the worldfamous Pail jv iit rntrirorthy Is at work raru l ncd specially State Kalr The feature the Uteplay p night ro oriKttial pyrotechnic production itHled l i ractr Uftys In Kentucky lt is said twi serviotaof over 150 mutt and WMJXCII fll ho required to propMiy he Bpoctael- eIinkerlwfth the foAtnrtu already de scribed acr win l a the raow by day rtnd tfcc horiH in the pavilion l y nlKbv are also under way Ub vnora qt other umu ement fS and It id probable that the cast y special at tr Tk ns will be large y hicrvnpotl bHorc the uj tuiji of tho ats of ih 181 0 fair BUSY PAYS AND NIGHTS Time of SrKl t tg Ey ry Coa Aliotted by State Fair Promoters j rr and nvnutes are ahead is to Koiuurky Stato vHi htt wilt Vtii In LoulsvliU ho murnr of rioi teniV r J2 The ipflinst of sr r 3 uf has pnli ivti and very day and every nigbi hd lJvii ii licatei1 to some par ticular tir p everybody Invited Fred K K 5kr of LouliiYillo ig cj ercl cualruian on special days and j OfPLEASUHr state M rkct I Days I tf II e t 1 tong large t llt j ill I I I thus t be tile L j r rru t hll h U lln nL Sao h stack no lln J i each tin TkI cnnrart nil O I h t H i lid n r ds t show Nut atilll1 t 11 r w d teen t1o1l 1 i I II r i ROUND a 4 as o A s n tats tate a bled j ors c vac o con Farar- a hiss il k f i dozy ti t 1 Louts t ring Lich rl i fo tip v tit ti wit tr- 1 that i ascot ate I a r tnter Fat i t Std ttions y will Ali they of tho made up of IfnrmeraWodnesrtay September will Louisville Day with W O head A y of tho city as chairman It Is ox jpectod this will he one of tho banner lays of the fair from an attendance standpoint Kentucky ly will ho observed on September 15 Th be Press pay and Rood Roads with A Miller of Itiehmond president of the KtsntuekylVeiH Asso man Friday Soptember 10 has boon e celally dedicated Kentuckys nolRh hers and will lit known 1111 Southern and Trnvollng lions Day Holmburfior of New Albany In n I mm n Stilt D O Talcott if houla Sllltt vlcoohnlnnan Saturday September 17 has been put down as Everybodys Day with everybody chairman A testimonial to Kreat work hieing accomplished by Kentucky club women Is evidenced In the dedication af the first night of the fair as Worn ans Organization Night Mrs Chas P Weaver of Louisville Is chairman night will be ob served on Tuesday with Louis Seel bach of Louisville chairman and tho IrishAmerican citizens of Kentucky Will be the special guests of the fair on Wednesday night 13 J McDermott of Louisville Is chairman for that eve ning Fraternal Night will close the fourth of tho fair Thursday Under the chairmanship of R W Brown of Louisville a monster committee Is ex toutpourings of fraternal society bershlp ever seen In the Ohio valley Friday evening September 1C has bxjen aside as Commercial Organl zatlons Night with Dr W D Goaaett of Louisville chairman Farewell NIght will close the fair week Jas K Dorlantl of Louisville being chairman of the occasion Natiellos Band at State Fair SIg Krnesto Natiellos famous band has been engaged for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 and will be heard two grand concerts each day There Tire some sixty musicians In this great organization which Is classed among most prominent bands In America Free concerts will be given in a band slant near the pavilion each afternoon and night and Natiello and fits musl f clans will also bo heard during and render concert programs during each afternoon and evening Hundreds of visitors come to Louis Grille on file Saturday and Sunday the opening of the fafr and for jtbeee a grand treat has been arranged On Sunday before the opening of tho tblg exhibition two sacred concerts will be I en by Natiellos band at the fair grounds Last year something like persons visited the scene of the ifalr on the day before the opening and the fate management decided that as JSIg Ntttiello and his musicians will be there of time it would bo to arrange treat for those who 59 Vlown to inspect the grounds OUR FAIR I In addition to the county that we can all lay Jlftlju to as being a part of our possessions the Kentucky State at Louisville 8ej t I21T Jaetonga to us as much as to any people jn tbe state Every Kentuckian should ard this as In n sense hi fair It rep cxeitts what is being done all over the state Just MS fount fair seats what Is being done Jjj each corm ty in the way of agriculture live stoai and general advancement a corn of the various county tabs only of Kentucky but a great many other states and there are rep vresented at this exhibition live stock jotc produced in the various states state fairs are growing each year and hoc attendance is Innrojiplns as vyeryoi ivniitK to knov what If being country it i Live Stock Judging Contctf Live stook Judging by students and farmer boys will be witnessed at the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 Ono of the contests is open tp all boys of th state Commissioner of Agriculture M C Usniklu offers to the farmer t I I cr 1nhutllolll 11 be n r sloe twill n AIi tu huliaun I ected to bring out no or the largest men jet I n su I tt1Uduttti nx ellsnge musIc tor the laces wIse- r tills I r lair I Fair r I I tile Ills J doro in utt7r J the I i boys 1OS11 dam the ay l she tri hptntts f been vldo before agent rope I snot ital t pl state and Y8 o of the Hprs 0 A n t the lmUwky State Fairf1F son A n T ronil retry of flj loitKviii rlhiMTlRl Hub general f iiirmnn n j i t rf2 n ts As here jJtifrri Mcr liv the been Mr ached jljjldren of Kentucky Thi are rtfnect i d to by the tliousnit a B jtMrnntoe of one day full of happinesS v u ircch Mchool childs ttieket M Prof F II listen astuprln fcontkni ttt the Io il vlllo P bla jRoIro1s i chainnan of School Chi Dnv I Tin luy Hoitmbrr 13 will he avutMa f y W T Ch II ton of n us chairman Formal JLtsfuns ftiil be held on that day by 1 T II rat IJa imps bid t out L t C 1 f i wit f f It t t l r v tt the tent stets r d i t Is t wit I s ti r N rrno i t t1 bur P v1 y s R c Y lUll to DC a scnuiursnip in me Hgfleulturnl department of the otftt o university for the best written judo ment on horsos tsUff swine and sheep exhibits Another pet of prizes aggregating 50 will be offered to tlia Students of the state university The sum is divided into live premiums Thosa specials nre intended to encour age the youth pf Kentucky in the sci ence of live stock judging For catalflgup entry blanks or any information the tucky State Fair address J V New secretary 32Q PV Build vlnj Soulivlllt Kjr sea as g rdln Ion Jon Ic j r t bother fuse tv t miA earl kR wJ fi How Nature Provides Our Beauty Health aril Happiness Is it not possible and altogether prob nblu that bodylicfllUi are contained in the med funnel in Utc earth digested in the laboratory of ftat u re inmln ready nan rr animal Thereto n b scl n lists tiiAl vi Mjllo Linplmu ri vita ls iir fur blnrxl iiafciux to that dell cn baltuvi cf itit llo humac rtiuuul 5j r t ii ub nmni meihxs rf living Tlvs vc know f ve tlituk t t t ha from the vrlirat lirtad ur flUe cereal foods end irjii from certain vegetables such ns aril f h our heat method for recovering our ntundHrl balance of c to Katuro8 Lalxiratory ilie halo vhich will fnn ih the remedy liurird d ctr fntea is thp plant known aa Gulden frrl root of which M lisle M D Professor r Maters Medica at Huhnc mann Mrdicrl oiler e Chicago stale Jn relation its oa the pjtten hers is no medicina in use about which tlicM is such general un cf opinion It is universally regarded as the staten Dr Halo continues Prof John M Scudder says Jt slim tilates the digestive and in creases the assimilation of food lly these means time blood is enriched and this blood feeds tho muscular system I mention thy muscular because I believe it Hrnt feels the increased power imparted by the stimulation of Tho consequent improvement on limo nervous systems arc natural results or Queens root is another root winch has Ii been in repute as an alterilivo blood purifier John King 31 D says of it An alterative few if any other of the known alteratives moet successful in skin and scrofulous affec tions Beneficial in bronchial affections bronchitis relieve irritation an important remedy coughs of standing cured Aids in bloodmaking and nutrition nnd may bo harm fo hearty Dr R V Buffalo N Y combined aiextractor tho two above roots together bark Bloodroot and into n prescription which he put Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discover It was most successful in correcting and curing such ailments as were to stomach and liver derangements followed by impure In cases stomach tion dyspepsia ulccratim oi stomach or or V Ho Mwtr him been excelled toiiie awl it which puts mo affected or in tune enables them to perform their proper functions and is indicated when you have symptoms of headache in echo all over When your appetite is furred taste mouth foul breath when feel weak tired blue and discouraged then is the timo to talj this natural rcstorctivo cf Dr Pierre GrMn Medical is riot a secret or patent medicine herauro clits are printed en tlc Irtt5 wrapper U no rcchol c hbJtfrrraii t refined pi1 cerine ircd PS a rclvcnt sad nervatixe A rculol look Trrittn iijlain cd Ire frcn tccluiicti terra is a valuable work for frcquert consulate Cuch A work Pierces Comae Fence JlcdJcfll riser Ita n bock cf 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