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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI e tIXl1Wl s L Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates IilIIjlUWClr fi1i l It KING very IHtlr proves vmr enUjvictory Inwnn door ynnln KOJP Wtitfi frUNION FENCE CO DeKalb ilL Kansas City Mo C H HOWARD CO WE BUY WOOL i we tae do Reference any btik ia Loomille We unish Wool Bafr Frtt t9 cur shipptrs Write tor price lilt ISABEL a SONS LMhTilleIy AND CURE THE LUNGS I ur 4 1 mtfl wt 1rtc KILLTli u i aloft HID SaNOI URR- cigj talcs o ketttr far aetchaats rmiliIstd COUCH WITH Dr Kings New FOR cOUCHS OLDS COo ft 100 trIal OotUo Free PBICri AND ALL THROAT GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOU OK KONEY REFUNDED NEW YORK CLIPPERS THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy I OCls iSbUEI VKEKIA SAMPLES COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUBCO Ltd ALBERT IniLlSUEKS AND LUNG TROUBLES I IJ nORlE LuuGRL U ST Nsw lOQW1drn n Vw vwvvvw wrvM w+ + White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE r rj7 County etc and the most inviting field in Ken tlC and Pluck jjdI 1 lS1 r I is rich in coal iron timb y for ofcapital mlIiI1tUt H1fI IJf iii LPaW ti1tit Lwaw rRltt hr v- yten er tr potters cIa Illy VOL XII NO 33 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE h iNosebleed Mpistaxis that is to say nose bleed is an accident which will sometimes occur in the hcstrcgulat cd families and happily in most cases need occasion no alarm In fact it may often be hailed as an advantageous symptom especially when it occurs in healthy fullblood ed young people There are also certain diseases such as lirights or cirrhosis of the liver or typhoid fever when an attack of nosebleed may do good rather than harm when it is in fact simply a sign that Mother Nature is trying to relieve her child in one way because she is balked in another in these cases the flow is beneficial but the subject of the attack should be watched in order that there should not be undue profusion lead lug to a weakening of the vital forces or if too prolonged to a genuine anemiaWhen an attack of nosebleed seems to be doing no harm as in the case of a young healthy boy or is best to let it alone or at the most after a time to use some very simple remedy such as appli cation of cold over the brow by means of a cloth wrung out of quite cold water or by snuffing a little cold water up the nostrils There are certain oldfashioned remedies such as putting the key of the front door down the back which do neither harm nor good but which owe their origin to the same theory the application of cold and shock When cold water is snuffed up through the nostrils the addition of some mild or tannin for example will make the treatment more quickly efficacious Sometimes when other slight remedies seem to fail pressing on the nostrils will succeed in stopping the flow Asto internal remedies there is Qvngerpoint is reached there is nothing to do but plug the nostrils When this treatment is called for the physician should be sent for to apply it because he can by examina tion locate the exact point of bleed ing and will know just where the pressure should There are cases of nosebleed fortunately very rare where it is impossible to check the flow These cases arc caused by a diseased state of theiy tem which prevents coagu lation of the blood so that it simply flowi and flows away from the suffer er like water It U well that these cases are rare as they arc generally fatal in spite of all treatment Jiral Teteffcties Mr Farmers Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and placa yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time Thus can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Nashville Tennessee information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you arc at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest r yft Our lines cover the States of jjKentucky Tennessee Mississippi jLouisiana and the southern portion t of Indiana and Illinois CUMUEULAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated 5eiteice Serous It Is easy show mercy to our masters Truth is found only by following that you have Character is what we wrest temptation One may fight a lie and still not follow the truth Lifes danger lies not in its heights but in its cliffs Temptations to wander never sail a hitching post He cannot attain greatness who cannot admire no use preaching on sunshine if you live in the fog Faith is not preserved by embalm ing iMn ancient verbiage l t girl it o f astringentalum f r J 1r that is1of 3r n the f t L t alum t 1 i U I i 1 1 I J of to n- Its II i Tt 1r 6 k i a noiie tao an auerousao eblcedrgAad rvhc f 4 f comet M t i tI n headquarters fo e snot t r hot e1nr a- y a r i 4 r 91i7r Its always tomorrows burden that breaks the back of today Faith is often the sense for facts as set above all fallacies No man has so many friends he can afford to despise any of them Some get so anxious over im pending storms that they shut out all present sunlight There is a lot of difference seeing to do and doing in order to be seen Many who fear to walk under a ladder use one quickly enough to climb over a law The best way to meet some foes is to lay them out first and argue with them afterwards Few things make us more zealous against mote than the possession of good sized beams Nothing will cure your own spiritual ailments quicker than care for another fellows real needs If faces arc tickets to heaven it will take a long journey before some saints are admitted to happiness The sense of the sinfulness of the world is often only the feeling that every one must be sick because I not feel well Taking Care of Yourself Thcro never was a time when peapre paid as much attention to their health nnd strength as thoy do now Time was when tIne stock nnd fine horses were fed more carefully than human beings The result of property balanced ra dons has worked wonders with stock and recent experiments are proving that the samo thing la true of man kindIt has boon found that Quaker Oats eaten often nnd regularly tatting the place of heavy greasy foods will work wonders In the health and strength of a family School children fed frequently on Quaker Oats thrive physically and are Always capable of the best work at school For athletes laborers It Is the best food One of the attractive features of Quaker Oats Is the It Is packed Resides the regular size package there Is the large size family package if Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate K0e Mi I year 51 Uide Rends Magaziie year JIM Good Hoisckeepiiig 1 year 151 Louisville Evejiifg rest daisy 3 Months 125 THE IECOID i year JiTotal 5475 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly Star FiuiUire MaWiigs Walt paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture In Kvalenberz we dp Oat have what you want we will get It for yo We factory con nections with maJcers of the finest goods IB th country R through Our Special Order Depart t MB spppjy any exclu sin articles at leas prteM pity stores or mail order haiUM Picture axi Xoop are Wallpaper U now a sUpIi article of mer ckandlte belag to year round And we always love full wtectlons prices 5 cents and roll CSTOur Engraving Machine It the only one la this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply indtvidtuil Name Ptttcs which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost UfliertakiMjr and EMbaliriHg Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets In White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets alt lengths and regular extra and double extra widtis Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly In stock for immediate delivery AurUl Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two ltceHS i Xmklmcrs respond at once to calla for Our general equipment la complete of highest grade We have a funeral Car In service to call anywhere Private LongDistance phonje0 72 Residence 108 Residence 159 yard from store Prompt service a y io fay gr plght The J L ROARK ESTATE doa perfecta Far l II I UfltS NtlUi If have stocks used 11Steel such secvlets ands subject toT 1 fIlA b RUU Ii TJ f l IJ e t bet rcen I xSpL4llb F tTttw rOar Iioldise always coatplett all upper zx9t1101114 E1 ritllhl Two Tel N u4ev a 11US1N13SS LOCALS Stair and zoom corners arc kept clean and free roin dust by the use 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 carnages call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has diem and you are asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks arc lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory selections appreciate Have you a ring o other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that yo umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark the work will be done quickly in best manner A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When every delay you money The sun rain now and fiat are jtttlnj in woik Lumber cos too much to let it decay for want of a little paint It cwt leu to use good paint than to go with out it We ute nothing paint on out Work CARTER WHITE LEAD Pure linseed Oil Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we use never cracks or cat onlj wear will remote it Le t figure with yoij when ready to paint We firttdau and durable prices reasonable it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS your buildings nee coda I put 1 4t a joie o 270 TWCMNONE Direct from our Factory p I subject to examination Hi of the greatest Importance 10 Use Harniss Co to BH H FYSnf v with us a pleased antI to our customers s ivonld be a ienlrr ttoothinre not as rcn your Is relprapJ p you J TVomonMfnflurphonMt Vchlflcs and Mnrurtsj fill prdrrt Wrllo lor our UujUy and tannin Catalogue ILOBE BUGGY ft HARNCSS COMPAN OWEN5BORO KENTUCKY Very Serious It ia a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wronf on given you For this rtMan w VII you in to be careful t genuine BUCK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate r It is better than others M it wtuld POt be the fa vorite liver with a halo than all others combined IN TOWN K Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting an j subject to call anyiyhere We f u1iJq rrl nU te 1I1n tHe hJ workman FIvilJ be n aM in return If IU honestly mDltc Jije oodlJp your pllr tn o r II tour SOLD I I I I hip all Globe pee Burtacn nten ptk t gccl1 alitpeal ali a Ill tileihnlIta many tics Jp a eF buggy an ess 1 you will itcpl9ipef neighb u t money f s cutomcra Fro tt get the r DR J W BARLOW Crown nn J Bridge Work dono at reasonable prices onioe up stairs lu the Jouis liulldinif- arooittlUc Ky DR T J SLATON tiynlclutt arid Burgeon Ottlce Maincross street near Main street 1J CAM HOWARD VAUC II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSIHIce la Grew Bvlljinl opposite UHeade Hotel DR LOUELLA IIELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincrccs Street Telephone No 7H J E Baile 00 e- DIt4TItF a l 4 Dentist Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office Jewelry Store White Patients Only Telephone Connection Moon Route 1JI2TWKKN Louisville and Chicago LIKE TO California and the Vast Northwest trains daily DBtVUKORN STATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Drawing Room Sleepers BACON D P A X W Cor 4th and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of ever ten cases of rheumatism ait simply rheumatism of tlu muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and trice 25C large size soc over Storers Two j f Dining Ell 0 Rh U latisn give w LhII1 1 l EST FrcacM Lick sad West Bftficn S ram s 1- Jsoil5 ILLIj Palace soreness yECTRICi 9MF H e rrylo A M I i Ir M iJ PlluTvKil ViV I M U lteuitlftiIiM c I J yif tr l t t Mil III I1WI1 rrl SUHJ1 I u titcntin tn ji American rholograiH- yt Knurn Pt Ita tvii ij L I II 1hotorrnnLrlatnrsts r I We Ask You tnko Cartlul for your female because vo aro sure it help you Hemcnibcr that ll great cmalo icmcdy I r i Ito 5 V NV WVIVV- t II WINE OF i l i Jticot r Hintnun xaiiil ifpriiAsic 111 mi f rrvcnKxr lfrf i JM1 Co tincrandhowto 11 It 011 name pnnpeun II tp mass ins tlrclttdtr the erere wds Stegdr trap tifdlolplrtnrrs Sam I free ISIAeTrar PHOTO y CARIDI ices brought cttei to thousands cf i olhcr sick women so why not to vwi For headache backache m periodical pans female weak S best medicine to take Try tI Sold in This City M it Is theties many have said j THE DR KINGS NEW COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION after using bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists AND DISCOVERY FOR AND AND U wasunableon I 100 ti r e 6 y41 r w UNION LAWN FENCE sy v In Bad Fix I had a at thc age of 41 which left me in bad fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Cooyers Ga I was unconscious for three and after that I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick headache heart palpitation and many strange feelings I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui trking Cardui I am so much better and can do all my housework n ti Ince Take J 6l PR IctVciUR U V II WITfi AmVAUtt 7 60000BODIES Mutilated Anpually Dissecting Talks on CARDUI The Womans Tonic 3 TNT BIKER+ nniuiuM nu should bo cuiitToyeil Pu every burial undo nil atsis i 1 t1 dLL riq The OAK R VAULT carried la stock by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville fine Lino of Funeral tend Goods C Qut lot Chtm ot vr w l IWe Constantly llavta ill Stock Ciw ton lea clI ilk flers n I Ontof 1 ALL STIRS Of CURES still in health to strength and keep you in tip top condition In this way your troubles whatever they are will prow smaller instead of larger you will be on the upgrade instead of the town and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect iicnfth Get a bottle at your druggists today c yO f IflriH i4r1i fix might y tr taI larcb yft11c fl Ile COl1Strv your r gradually I r Dq tvt t ad V oti Belt is tulle you are t mttiRratcf toad Aar 1 WATER VERMIN BURGLAR PROOF t E- irr f ft AIRs JUUCJLAKrKOOF O AV15 VAULT far5 protection nKcsof naIlnUho T JI UIC 1 0 Lr + h StarJ9arJ3ook Jr191O t F is to mail It will be sent to any person Interested in fruitgrowing on receipt of 7 cents to cover The represents an entirely new idea in literature is a well as a ear k o arts read fruits and flowers representing 175 varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing O4 planting and established a new Btandard of apple at 1000 bushel Stark King David another wondrous quality and merit Stark Philip a grape of California of the very horticultural world are fully described illustrated and priced To one one tree or fruits or ornamental this book is of inestimable value A horticultural textbook a guide to proper selection have stood the test of 85 arc the yardstick by which all other nursery products are are the first choice of this country s most successful success is dependent on the and of tree planted Stark varieties are the best of the best Our of 85 years of successful a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to ttty tend 7 cents for tht Start Year Boclt Jo it today before the editita ti exhausted Stark jNurseries and Orchards Louisiana Missouri covers are nature are to descriptions prices and records Stark DelicIous the apple orchard ear measuredthey orcll3I he r s C s r r f 0 c r iI i King bloc ninny oBro a Au independent Newspaper runumiri Tiimisiura n- rRECORD PRESS OmEN L KOAHK Secretary OK LBN L KOAKK EDITOR LcufjQistanco Telephone No 72 OtSoe to nw un x of store ground floor 56 tIlTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE The price of tho er U We in ftrirMMW and the lime Una expired to wblcU paper wilt lie stopped Cards of thank obituary notices oU If not longer ten lilies wilt lH ul ltali d free A fharfcv of k Hue will be ramie for HHUOCC d line of this to anyone FT nciMpIw eoploa will be mailed YlyortiementN will l e Inserted A rote cnrd will he tarnished on A communication KIM woke nil re wlttautf pnjrnhle to KKCORO 1MIKS- 8Orvmvllle Ky THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1910 Entered nt tho Qroonrllle Ky VObtoOlec na seooudcta matter WR have private advice that eastern Kentucky preacher was not churched or unchurched for baseball but for what he said to the umpire Poly crop of political slush and gush promises to be quite as large as usual and the fall crush will be about the same too all on one side of course PKRHAPS that idea of cuing sand for the benefit of ones health is all right but we await what Dr Woods Hutchinson has to suy about it recommending the treatment SOME professor in Chicago Un iversity declares there no scien tific reason for equinoctial storms It is provoking that storms happen along so frequently about this time twice a year TUB penetrating power of the 12 inch gun was recently demonstrated at Hook when a concrete wall 20 feet thick and heavily rein forced with steal beams was pierced by a izinch steel fired at high vclo city The equivalent penetration for this shell would have been 22 inches of armor Although the con as mastered by the gun the up to was Uwoid gratifying to the rJ T vi a tvn 1 use in coast fortifications FifB transatlantic record to the westward has again been reduced by the Cunard liner Mauretanta Leaving Queenstown on Saturday the ship passed Daunts Rock at iooS Sunday morning September nth and reached the Ambrose Channel lightship at 349 p m the following Thursday September isth The total time of the passage was 4 days 10 hours and 41 minutes which is ten minutes less than the record established by the same season distance is 2 780 knots and the average speed is 2606 knots William Henry Jones Candidate The Republican committeemen of the Third Congressional district met in Howling Green last Monday and nominated Hon William Henry Jones of Glasgow as theii can didate for Congress in place of lion Nat Howard of Morgantown who had resigned a week ago on ac count of ill health Mr Jones is editor of the Glasgow Republican and also is postmaster of his town and well known the district as he made the race eight years ago against Hon James W Richardson and lost even 100 votes He an active canvass and will make the race an interesting one from until the polls close Magazine requires the services of a represent ative in Greenville and Mublenbcrg county to look alter subscription re newals and to extend circulation by special methods which have unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but nM essential Whole time or spare time Address with references H C Campbell Cos mopolitan Magazine 1789 Broad way New York City 1521 How would you feel to find the assessors books waiting you at judgment FOUMD On Main street Tuesday A lap robe Can be obtained by de cribing property Call at this o fake GIve Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Me teal fe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state 1 t a iUE REtORDI l RIC1I c n J c T ILl paid natlou 1 i acq flit I I t i i c plaIt tin4 I l I If t is j i 1 Sand I 2 J t the LtUa auf 1 1 It I J vssellast the t s J p t s k ban i willmake F i Ii 0 1 f r J A t u 1 o- ji o to r Ii II s AI fI- or N 1 It t I I ft I r 4 tr IIIt J II d 4 2- f K Own i Prontdent ti R e nor i LC11t 3- estw pn i the thou par log rule rear y i they i K r r t w before jo i rot Y way tiff r I bK over now IYAyrnD Cosmopolitan 3 prove F Iiy A 4t t t yj a t r ti p a wt r t yx k 1 h A CHALLENGE Bachelor Maid Receives a Challenge To Show Why Lawyers Never Go To Heaves I have just received THE RFCOKD full of good things I always look forward to the time when it will ar rive Am thankful to you for your promptness in forwarding the letter to my address in your care Will say one of the letters was from the lawyer of whom I spoke last week the other one is from a doctor 1 shall not have space this time to tell you of what I said to him in my will do so next week The law in his letter challenges me to show him a passage in the bible where heaven has pronounced a woe against lawyers I accepted the challenge and here is the scripture Luke 1 1 1 6 tend he said to you also ye lawyers for ye load with burdens grievous to be born and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your I have called his attention to other things of which lawyers are guilty Not only have they been the instruments to in the hands of monopolies in fastening them upon the county in restraint of trade but are the legal advisers to influence legal action in their behalf thus through their influence our legisla tures arc corrupted by bribe to vote for measures in the interest of mo nopolies Look at the scoundrels in jail today A United States who bought his commission thus covered with disgrace and dis honor Look at the lawyers who are standing behind that criminal upholding him not that they care one whit for him hut he has lots of money and he is di viding with them Nine tenths of our congressmen and senators are the tools of corporations While this state of affairs continues we need not look for anything to be done to help the poor toiling masses Thank God have one great man the greatest man the world who stands up for the right denounces crookedness any and everywhere a to the poor a friend to the UAM tu r i A it y LU tii njJjers and girls of our country Look at our women today what are they but hewers of wood and drawers water pushed aside by lawyers and not allowed a voice in any legisla lion And now all of our poor girls who have prepared themselves to hold positions as clerks and steno graphers with the government must step down and out and let men take their places Why arc they competent Yes Are they not faithful Oh yes but they cannot be made political tools of like men Back of this hellish moovc the lawyer No wonder heaven has pronounced a woe against them I have read a book written by an excongressman from Alabama his topic is If Christ should come to congress It would be like his visit to the Temple He found it a den of theives Here arc lawyers nine tenths of them right here in who are in the employment of some railroad or a monopoly some kind They have bought for him in a word they have him bought The country is paying him seven thousand five hundred dollars per annum to look after the noun tries interest but he is a hired sect ant of some railroad or trust be is sure to obey his masters who made it possible for him to be elect ed Mr Editor I believe it will be easier for a Campbell to go through a needles eye than for a lawyer to go to heaven Show me a lawyer today in congress or out of it who by pen and voice is paying any at tention to the prayers and tears of the poor wives and mothers and sect girls of our country who are pleading for redress of the wrong done them Where is and who is he Do you ask me why I lay these charges at the door of lawyers it not a fact that all the bills intro duced in the legislature and con gress prepared by lawyers not originated by a lawyer one is employed to prepare the bill so as to insure its passage It has been hinted to me that the gentleman now county is and has been for in the employment of the I C railroad I have written to a party who knows and if it is true and I believe it is I will publish a tract on that matter and see that every voter in the county gets one for I know that just as long as we keep still just that long will we be hewers of wood and drawers of water a is fattier er Ie We un 0 defendingand J congress votes and are sometime f1 t f lincmtu re- Ply fingers senator ice o no o thetvom J Will say that I have written to a friend in taller county as to the gentleman from that county who is candidate for congress and if he mixed up with trusts 1 shall him too I belong to neither of the old parties Like our former president I am for the right against wrong a square deal for all Will say that I am for Roosevelt fur our next president lie has done more in his public speeches to elevate wives and mothers in the public mind than any other living man Today if we women could meet in convention Roosevelt would be nominated by acclamation as stood ard barrier for 1912 Very respectfully LtJClNDV OVKRTAKKU Soil Robber at Last Discovered Two English scientists Drs and Hutchinson announce that they have discovered the which destroys tire bac teria essential to the fertility of the soU Other scientists declare the discovery the most important made in half a century Having found the culprit the next thing for the scientists to do will be to discover his natural enemy and proceed to clcminatc him from the cosmic scheme The discovery seems to have come none too soon since according to estimates made by re liable expert the soil of the United States has been robbed of 1000 000000 worth of fertility in the last thirty years The loss in farm values has varied in the different states from 000000 to 160000 according to the figures given out by the census bureau The question of soil robbery is not one for future generations to solve but for those of the present day Rich as is the United States it afford to be robbed of a billion dollars in thirty years With the prospect that if the robber isnt stopped he will take two billions or more in the next thirty years Whatever that microorganism by Russell and Hutchinson may look like however small he may be he should be chased out of the country and off the earth A step in his direction has already been taken even before the announ cement of the discovery It was ve that certain troduction of nitrates into the soil that these bacteria were the fertility of the earth Certain plants such as the legumes were found to be pccularly adapted to the culture of bacteria That is wily alfalfa is being heralded as a good thing for the fanner to But the process of raising the fer tihty making bacteria by natural process is rather slow so man dec ded to help nature along bacteria have faculty of extracting the nitrogen from the air and it into the earth A process has been invented by which nitrogen is artificially extracted from the air formed into a powder and the powder used to fertilize soil This emiminates a long cess of natural fertilization ever if some one can find a way to prevent the fertility from being eaten up by the microorganism he will make artificial fertilization Get 475 worth of reading for See special club of fer Grand Lodge Masons Louisville Oct 1820 1910 sale date Oct 17 18 and 19 limited for return Oct 22 Fare for round trip 4 20 W G CRAWFORD Agent 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 that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our neatest office or write direct to head Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMUEKLAND TKL TEL Co Incorporated Oricn L Roark buys sells rents- n repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade any branch i expose Russell microorganism tt cannot vu ago bacteria were genera t e In rand these tt good plant- t Theses introducing unnec s sary 175 sums ifquarters tt isyou f T 7l t 00 discovered may th t mater hew No Mat Stronger Than Pits Stomach A strong man is strong all over No man can lo strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its cuniriucnt indigestion or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pairs digestion and nutrition For when the stomach is weak or diseased there 13 a loss of the nutrition contained in food which is the source of all physical strength When a man doesnt feel just right whoa ho doesnt well has an uncomfortable J t is II i feeling in the stomach niter eating is languid nervous irritable and despond cat he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength Such a man should use Dr Plcrccs Golden Medical Discovery It cures diseases ot the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enriches the blood Invigorates the liver strengthens tho kidneys nourishes the nerves and so GIVES HETILTIJ 71ND STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a teeret nostrum n a substitute for this non nlcoholio medicine ot KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgdnt dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper GENERAL INSURANCE I BlAKWfll ROARK We represent the nome 0 of ft Y E i I Insurance r that writes all Kinds of farm and city property p c rz FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY t Itk Jl ct ra t j r 4 I 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 exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this be we sell the perfect ACME kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all tarrying the gun antee mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selectfou and Use of Paints and Finishes theonly corn plcte paint book ever published Greenville Milling Go Incorporated paintor stainwe supply- e cause fJUALITr TNf ACME y Km tienycm wan I EMM CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONERY V 1Recor6 GSee trbe ACfliTJ fO MANUFACTURING Ltiisv lle4ZC URT ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with for Ike Record Only SOc Q aity inSubscribe i r cr r t ai f S a R MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan Martin R T Martin E C M Martin Jno T Reynolds r s s s The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management DEPOV KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections Implements and such goods our stocks y3 are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated 1 Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our JL business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas W j jets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse o j in service on call Orders in this line given prompt ft and careful attention any hour day or night Telephones Store Ro I Night Ko I or Ho 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO ft tt DEPOY KENTUCKY A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the published by R Q Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL i 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys socia1 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 pet year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state Me will be glad to see his old and to serve them when needing anything in the job All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Satis faction guaranteed j p p J we 1 C E J f im 7 air 6IiJ P P uJ jiII f IThe BRIDGEs SHANNON 0 iIIIIPI im m m 9J tO ijj m W m Ii jtHardware t L J iflff t 4l L if f 1 m i jLflo Ccc Cc focdfC MUUlfNBfRG SfNTINft Editedand 4J t1 politicalwelfare 1 l it t ft4t p I ttPy w sar n rc 1 J- xv 5 4S i yc 4- as I 5 Put car y t i 4t1 t11 iii 4 2 r ift In Groceries Tinware Farm M1 m ill 4 zPt 1 t t l anywhere tl p tai r x tl tl 4 4 s suPervis- ion customers line 4n zb r Lt Makes the food of maximum quality at minimum cost eo 1 rIcoTLir i I C R LOCAL TIME CARDR i KOHTII BOUND NO 1X3 Louisville Express ltS5nm 102 3 104 Louisville Limited ICDam 130 Central City nccom 715 pm SOUTH nOUND NO 135 Paducah and Cairo nocom 515 nm 121 Kullou Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special 103 X O Spec pniAr only 13 nm June 5 1010 WQCnAwrono Apt LIFES LESSON BY nriWEU LYTTON The Earl of Lyttou known to nil by his Owen Meredith He wan Iwru In London Nov 8 1KH tiled In CarU Nor 24 1831 Son of the first liaron Lytton created nn earl In IPS he spent his life In the Horrice of England IH n and found MH pleasures In writing The st lection Inlow Is from the prologue to The Wanderer Father of spirits Thine nil secrets be 1 ble Thee for the tight Thou haul revealed And that Thou hltlcst Part of me I see And part of me Thy wisdom oath concealed Till the new life divulge It Lord Imbue me AVlth wilt to In thin diurnal sphere I work my work All Its results are Thine Which Tbon wilt deal with nor will I repine Although I mUii the value of the net Thou cArcht for the own tuton and the end Thou MCtiftt The world unto Toy hands I leave And to Thy hands my life 1 wilt tint grieve UeoattAe I know not all Thou dost Intend Dut teach me 0 Omnipotent since strife Sorrow and plan are but oticnrrenreit Of that condition through which llowfcuiy life Not part of me the Immortal whom dtatrc Cannot retain to vex not thought for these nm to lie patient bear forbear rot train And hold my spirit pure nbovc my pain No star that looks through life dark lattice lint what gives token of n world elsewhere I bless Thee for the lots of nil thing here Which prs veH the gain to be the hand of care That hbaderi the from earth anti beck ons near The rest which sweetens all the hnde time throws On loves pale countenance that he may gaze Across eternity for better days Uubllnded nnd the wisdom of nil woos Goldenrod is ripe THE RECORD 500 per year Millinery styles are being viewed critically these days Mr W H Gray was in Glasgow a few days this week on business af fairs Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks The first real fog of the fall son enveloped the town Monday morning Cupid has been busy during the summer and results will saon bp announced Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Rev R C love was here this week en route to annual conference 3l Russellvjlle School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also 3 Mr Chas A Williams was in Louisville several days last week buying of holiday novelties for Jarvis Williams Mis Willie Jgleheart of Sacra mento is spending here with relatives and friends The rain Sunday was not general and many portions of the county did not get any of the rainfall al though it was much needed 154 pm 4 340 pm a 1tt I I ork i olnJ iun t I J t l t I i cyst J t 1 i i 1 i t I o OJitt1 p r f a line j I 1 I t I 1u tI ii l l a I GoaiMvllle nut I 8 iu tm Ilfen ny tn1Or rh- Yn 1n1aF t lny pka factS t t i r 1 sea a I 3 a r 4 r It some clays R Y r t Y a r SI 4 t A ROAD LIKE THIS leading to a farm THREE miles from town will hold the land down to 15 an acre while the same land located SIX miles from town would be worth 30 an acre with a ROAD lIke THIS Have Barklcy Bros repair your lines and prevent a fire loss Rev E D Boggess of Louis ville was here a day or so the first of the week on a visit to relatives and friends Paul son of Mr John Mansfield died at Luzerne and was burled at week R Martin Co will have their fjrst showing of fall millinery September 29 Leslie Male will give onehalf the receipts of his fountain today to the ladies aid society of the Presbyterian church Dr J II Bray be out of town on his vacation from October 6 to i C inclusive and his office will be closed during his absence Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Telephone and electric light interfered with materially by the storm last Sunday but was soon restored to normal effective Monday was county court day with a fair crowd in town and merchants were kept busy with a fair days trade fall buying fur nishing many For piano ih Green ville Apply to Mrs J W Vomberg telephone No i2 City Ky s 29 Holes fountain today and thus help the aid society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church wbiph will receive onehalf the receipts The basket hat was not designed for girls whore fat according to the ideas of a who the age when become observ ant and a critic of some worth Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkley Bros do this work in best manner A week old child of Mr and Mrs Chas Shutt died at their home just north of the city Tuesday afternoon and was buried at the Shutt family graveyard near Rosewood at noon Equinoctial storms of rain wind lightning and thunder have relieved the drouth conditions that have ex isted for the past six weeks Rains began Sunday and while local in character have continued until the territory has now been well covered aritmi liftrrrioom of last i t Cumberland ness customers T saleSquare Central ratroni e bach lor ha he has 1ft lyidtit day t Thursday dill service has Iads es1 reached yesterday r V l Y hOOD ROADS Mean Prosperous Farmers Cheap Transportation and Reasonable Marketable Products Good roads like good streets make habitation along them most desirable enhance the value of farm lands facilitate transportation and add untold wealth to the pro ducers and consumers of the country they arc the milestones making the advance of civilization econo mize time give labor a lift and make millions in money they save wear and tear and worry and waste they beautify the country bring it in touch with the city they aid the the religious and educa tional and the industrial progress of the people they make better homes and happier hcarthsidcs they are the avenues of trade the highways of commerce the mail routes of in formation and the agencies of speedy communication they mean the economical transpoitation of marketable maximum burned at the minimum cost they are the ligaments that bind the coun try together in thrift and industry and intelligence and patriotism they promote social intercourses prevent and increase the happiness and the prosperity of our producing masses they contri bute to the glory of the country give employment to our idle work men distribute the necessaries of products of the fields and forests and the and husbandry inculcate love for our scenic wonders and make mankind better and broader and greater and grander Good roads have a money value far beyond our ordinary conception Bad roads constitute cur greatest drawback to internal development and material progress Good roads mean prosperous farmers bad roads mean abandoned farms settled country districts and congested populated cities the poor are destined to become poorer Good roads mean more cultivated farms and cheaper food products for the toilers in the towns bad roads mean poor transportation of h1gh prices for the necessaries of the loss of untold millions of wealth and idle workmen seeking employment Most flues are m need of being overhauled for the winter season Call on Barklcy Bros who will do the work reasonably and in best Darn Destroyed and Cow Killed Mr Milton Boggess was a heavy loser by the windstorm last Sunday morning His barn on his home place at Luzerne was blown down and a fine Jersey cow was killed by the wreckage a surrey was practic cally demolished also There were many minor losses around town but Mr Boggess was the heaviest loser hereabouts by the storm Fall lace Meeting art Louisville Horse Skew Loiisville Ky Oct 22id 1911 t the they socialand productsthe intellectualstagnation lifethe factoriesencouragee- nergy sparsely comm I manner I 1st to I lack life On account of the above occasion we are authorized to sell tick ets at the following re duced rates One and one third fare plus twentyfive cents for round trip Tickets sold Sept to Oct st limited Qct 2th Tickets sold Qc 6th 8th 13th and 22nd limited three days from date of sale Tickets sold Oct loth and nth limited tq Oct tflh- W CRAWKORP Agent Mr R M Slatpn returned Mon day from Evansville where he had been for a week at the bedside of his wife who is suffering from ty phoid fever but who s improving Mrs Lou Pukes discovered a novelty in the way of a hen egg Tuesday and it has attracted much attention It is small in size but the two eggs are connected by a small curved neck and nothing of the kind has ever been seen here Millinery Stock NOW Oi Display I will have no formal opening of my selections of fall and winter Mil linery goods but the stock is here and now on display ready for your visits when it suits yqur convenience See the beautiful lines of readyto wear street trimmed and pattern hats I will appreciate your inspec tion MRS M E MARTIN I Old papers for sale at this both to 15th Gt 1 f office t h it P Prisoner Escapes From Jailer York Harvey Douglass colored in jail on a charge of stealing about 20 from another negro was brought in to court last Thursday by Jailer York and as he had not been indict ed the case was continued and the Judge ordered the prisoner returned to jail in default of bond Mr York started with Douglass and another prisoner and reached the jail door unlocking the door While thus engaged Douglass made a dash and as the jailer was alone and could not leave his other was delayed a short while in the pursuit giving Douglass a short start which he improved beautifully and effected his escape This is the first prisoner that has escaped in more than five years and is a Dan Cupid Has Been Busy t prisoner splendidrecord 1d Mr and Mrs W T Morgan the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bessie to Mr the marriage to oc announce T O Jones cur on Monday October 17 at the home of the bride This news will be gratifying to the many friends of this popular couple and will cause a general rush of congratulations and best wishes as both arc well known and count friends in all ac quaintances Notice to Town and Country I endeavored to close out my millinery business as a whole in Aug but failed to do so went east and purchased the largest and best stock of goods that I have ever am in position to give better bargains than heretofore and lower prices than can be had else where All I ask is that the buying public come and compare quality styles and pricesMRS M E MARTIN Graham Baptist Church to be The new brick Baptist church completed at Graham will be dedicated the third Sunday in Oc tober the dedicatory scjmpn to be villc who is one of the ablest men in the state A large will be in attendance nermitting The structure is an to the members and a credit to com munity and will prove a factor in the development of that thriving settlement Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Mr F A Hunter and wife of Owensboro are here where Mr Hunter will be with the W G Dun can Coal Co as stenographer Mr W G Duncan and wife Mr D S Duncan and daughter Miss Marguerite Mrs O C and Miss Flora Roll of this city were among the relatives who attended the DuncanJohnson wedding in last Thursday night Plummcrs are making the heating and water connections for the Green ville Coal Co office building This will be made with the First National Bank building plant thus saving an extra and fireman and will prove a saving to both institutions Dont buy your fall hat before seeing the elegant R Martin Co line First showing of fall millinery Thursday Sept 29 There has beep less cool weather M September than ever known here and there have been no fires neces sary yet It is not recalled by our oldest inhabitant when it has not been necessary to have light fires to make comfortable cool mornings during hazy September days Mr Shelley Humphrey teas been here for several days ou a visit to relatives and friends He will re turn to his home in Tarrytown N Y where he has been for two In the employ of the Lozier Motor Co automobile manufacturers Mr Humphrey was born here but left with his parents when he was only six years old Miss Hallie Eaves who has for some years been bookkeeper and cashier for R Martin Co will after the first of the month be with the First National Bank and her former position will be filled by Miss Annie Jones who has been stenographer with the W G Etuncan Coal Cp in its offices here hence I carriedand Dedicated 1 by IrJ r s weather hon t I furnace years 1 f n recently dcl ertY r11 1 tta crowd the Louisville T r Uncle Joe Settle Joseph L Settle formerly called Untie Joe who knew him passed away peacefully at the home of his oldest daughter Mrs Sue Wells at the extreme age of 91 Friday morning Sept 23 at 4 was buried at the cemetery beside his wife that afternoon He leaves three chil dren to mourn their loss Mrs Sue Wells wife of T L Wells Mrs L C Parham wife of W L Parham and Prcmily Farmer wife of R E Farmer also four grand children I S O M F E and Melvin Parham His son James Settle died about 25 years ago His early days were spent around Itardstown where he made occa sional trips to Louisville when it was only a small town Then were the days of flat boats and the river held an attraction fot him so he made several trips by flat boat to New Orleans But at the age ot 27 he came to the Green River country and married Miss Betsy France near Bremen Ky He then went to Daviess county but after a few years he moved to Ohio county Then he purchased a farm where Central City now stands where he lived for seven or eight years Then he moved to the south ern part of Muhlenbcrg near Weir there he spent the remainder of his life He was loved and respected by all who knew him by both young and old was a delightful entertain er often telling of his thrilling ad ventures of the frontier life About 40 years ago he gave his heart to God and became a member of The Church of Christ and as he became older he become stronger in the his last active days were devoted to worship and work in The Church of God of which he was a deacon And now after his works and labors he has gone on to receive his reward eternal life through Jesus Christ and obedience to His will Y M C A Bronze Tablets The columns on either side of the street entrance of the Y M C A building have been bronze tablets of pleasing design On the right the tablet bears this inscription who loved his Fellow Men The one on the left bears this Draw Nigh to God and He Will Draw Nigh to You Travel is not a matter of but of time and comfort How delightful journey if all the was a road like this U byall oclockand Al- Ien faithand decoratedwith L7 i tt distance way e4t MeLMi Vcirr Mr Joe Johnston was married to Miss Josie Johnston at Gallatin Tenn Wednesday night of last have been here with friends several lays They will make their home here and many friends wish them long and happy lives Mr and Mrs J T Pendleton who have been here at the bedside of Mrs John A Williams mother of Mrs Pendleton returned to their home in Lexington the first of the Mrs Williams condition is improving and her recovery is now considered only a matter of time The millinery opening at the es tablishment of Mr L Hummel last Tuesday was a special occasion and drew a large number of admiring customers to the place The trim mer Miss Slaton is an experienced artist and shows rare skill and taste in her creations A heavy season is anticipated and the goods are here for an onslaught Mr John G Barkley Sr brought to this office this week a stalk of corn which had three well de veloped ears And this is not a lone specimen he declares He also has some of thesame corn that only re ceived one plowing on account of rams and there are a few threecar stalks in it Mr Guy Morgan is nursing sore hand which he burned in starting a fire last Sunday morning in his kitch en stove To hasten the fire he in tended to use some on the kindling and coal but instead he got the gasoline can and when he touched the mass the gasoline ex ploded and burned the hand but fortunately not seriously Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies sundries cigars tobacco etc 3 weekand I weekas coaloil I i Politic books NOTICE to e CITIZENS of GREENVILLE At a meeting of the Directors of The Greenville Light and Water Co held after the annual meeting of the on Sept 5 1910 the following motion was made and carried unanimously by the eight Directors present That the price charged per thousand gallons for water in the city of Greenville be raised from 25c per thousand gallons to 40c per thousand gallons and that the manufacturing rate be raised from 15c per thousand gallons to 20c per thousand gallons the minimum charge of 100 per month to remain the same but to cover only two thousand five hundred gallons of water This change to go into effect on Oct 1 1910 The board of Directors wish to set forth to the citizens of Greenville the for this action The Company has in vested at the present time in the Water Works the sum of 2160088 from which it derived an income during the last year of 224414 this being less than one half of the annual income from the Light plant or the Ice plant each of which represent a smaller investment than the Water plant There is a considerable portion of the city which does not have the water service and the citizens residing there are justly calling for water mains Considering this fact together with the fact that the income from the Water plant does not pay the expenses the Board of Directors decided that the only action they could take which would be fair to the citizens and the Stockholders would be to raise the rate charged for water The Board trusts that the consumers effected by this raise will understand the reason for this action Board of Directors G L W Co J A GILMAN Secty r r IJ I J d bL Stockholders Jt 1 reason operating Jr 5 LarkinsCoots Wedding Miss Georgia Larkins of Mc Hcnry and Mr C Carl Ctfots of this city were married at the Presby terian church at McHenry at 8 oclock last night the ceremony being performed by Dr Henderson of this city m the presence of a large assembly The bride is a bright and attractive young woman and popular among a wide circle and the groom is an expert electrician fellow He holds a responsible position with the Green yule Coal Iowderly and is held in highest regard by his em ployers and fellow workmen He will return here with his bride today where they will make their home and they will be welcome additions to our social circles t Burr Grist Mill ation cull on your merchants for White Flint meal Also furnish the public with chicken feed corn jl 28 J A SHAVER ColeniaKHuiiter Miss Verdie E Coleman and Mr Cccil Hunter were married at East Union church at 4 oclock last Sun day afternoon by Rev G B who performed the cere mony in the presence of a large number of persons who had gather ed to attend Sundayschool Both contracting parties live in the Unity community and have many fi lends who joia in best wishes Card of Thanks We desire to express our thanks to the many friends who extended help In our recent shock ing bereavement in the death of W H Coursey Friends in White Plains m this city and in were attentive kind and obliging and we shall always remember these acts JQHN TATK AND WIPE Annie C Pritchett colored died at the home of her mother Belle Pritchett last Friday morning after an illness of some months from Funeral services were held at the A M IS Zion church at 2 oclock Saturday and interment was in Fairmount ceme tery Mr Charles returned from Louisville last Friday after noon after a stay of three weeks in Norton Infirmary where he under went an operation for hernia and from which he is making rapid re covery He was accompained by his wife who had remained with him during his stay Sec our special clubbing offer limited to November i The baseball game at Central City last Sunday afternoon between the Central City team and the Hopkins villc nine resulted in a score of 5 to o in favor of Hopkinsville The affair was decidedly one sided the boys being out of their class though they made several brilliant plays and an honest for victory Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold I andsplendid r iI f4ltrg read t andchopped andsympathy the consumption Roark struggle i 0 c Coat f McDonald country afternoon W county f J r t Died in Charlottesville Va Mrs George Crockett of Mc Gregor Texas who has been here some weeks at the bedside of her sister Mrs J A Williams a letter last Thursday announc ing the death of her husband in a sanitarium at Charlottesville Va on the isth inst Mr Crockett had long suffered from cancer and had been under treatment at the sani tarium for some time and while his condition was serious there had been no material change and the notice of death prostrated his wife and she cannot understand why she was not wired The news was de layed so long that interment had taken place and she feels that she was neglected in the matter She receiving the coinfort and atten tion of friends and relatives and make investigation otthe wholcf Miss Lena Arnold handles cu flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Pqwderly Mr Lee Longest and Nelson Price left for Indiana last week Mr Will Smith was a pleasant caller from McHenry Sunday Miss Victoria Clemmons returned Central City Saturday Miss Mallic Campbell from Lu zerne attended the Sunday school picnic Saturday- Mr Bob Mitchell formerly of this place has accepted a position on the I C railroad New houses are going up and more people coming in Powderly is on the boom for once Mr Foley from Earlington visit ed the family of Mr W H Hans bro last week About 50 participated in the pic nic festivities at Kinchclocs Bluff Saturday given by members of the Union Sunday school here I is yin i r f 1 r c I front r i e r received p a r I 75 4 S A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 13 to 15 the cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features City council will meet In regular next Monday night Messrs Henry Lewis T J Spaiks and C S Curd arc spending the week in Dawson Springs Muhlcnberg County Union A S of E will be held in Greenville at court house on Oct 6 7 IQIO All locals in good standing should be this is the time to elect officers for next year also one board member for three year term J F Doss Pres Holiness is gladly to say I the divine law says Thou shall session I l representedas t f I o t tt before U t jsI S i G t sweepers explained w wills t i t Y ROARK Firnittire per Shades Moldings 5 V Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrjppenr Slippers Groove Vaults ROARK f Ii TL c t 7ab f i1 IfII j 1C1 iN 1 lIp f r1 fI rJ I t 1 1 yY ky f bf rr rrwr h rY Aflfl fv- tt w cM R sin ec t Humor and Philosophy TSy 7 VJVCAft M SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS TK tHillon wcro only of the present HNII we might shirk them and bo btUhusomo tomorrow hut nlnck and alas the bill collwior comes us surely n nnothor dny dawns Taking cure of yonwolf is n profit outorprl p Opportunity doesnt sit nt the cross very long mllliis for some one to put his on lior- He Is not oKivo who wont be folr How truly vexing It Is that the most MtlHfylnj things ofttMi rank among the Impolite things of life t I r i i I 1 1 roads b 1t I y 130 J O y sin lug S 4 1 till J LOAN OFrICE The mnn who replied In a few well chosen re marks probably felt thut his re marks hail lung hnd the stamp oC approval The only mat somebody C a n t make n fool of Is a natural Idiot Ono way to at tract attention is to make n noise like n national haul There are persons who do things mutter of principle while others equally earnest do the same things as n matter of Interest Waxing eloquent upon n subject he knows nothing about certainly gives a man a chnnro for oratory as he has nothing to chuck his imagination As of Yore This la Indattl a world of chance Our are ever new Wo uo not do things in the way Our fathers used to do Wttaro thay won plnclil amt sorcsio vv vny tiny OM W way friiMUiow bQ mighty sflpv- i ucUs today when It emnes to matting tore rCtrougb we pertwj s may shone 7o couldnt give tnom any punts They had th thing down fine Tho women dress in different style Their hats would make 1 swear About a dozen of the Kind Our mothers used to wear But though they dress in larlB gowns And latest styles display They must bo wooed it they ore won In much tho same old way TIS good to know that In this ago With olu things cast aeldc Some standard things are left to us That surety will Because no newer way Is found Ve will not sit and grieve But court them in tho same old way That Adam courted Eve Tho Reason 1 dont like Brown Dont you Why not lie has loaned me a lot of money Well 1 should think that would make you feel grateful to him nut now he wants It back the worst way in fact makes me miserable by insisting upon it Cnn you blame him for Not at nil but there Is the point lIe loaned mo motley to get me In debt but now 1 cant got him to loan me this to get me out Knocking the Profit 4Wlwt Is llje landlady crying about1 Another of her sclietnou bus gone wrong What Is It this time She went to all the expense of getting some rubber pruned thinking thiy would last nil winter and Grce dykid has eaten them nil np Immaterial love you more thou words can tell said the Impecunious duke Arc you sure you do not love me only for my money asked tho beau tiful young heiress- I am certain of It darling now much have you got The Difference Is she in love with Why door she act so queer ftbout It Is simply mad because bo in love with her What He Missed Yes they burled him In nu nutotno Jblle Poor man How he would have dnjoyed It Sure It was the first tomoblle ride he ever had lu his life A Cinch Tow does he earn his living lie doesut earn it What Xo ifs n milliner Naturally Her love ew cold Why should It not She talkS till out of drouth Jle wouldnt buy the coat for her 1lia pony coot of silken fur i nor love lust from to death Was a RcasQn I notice she Is still single She Is married to her art Refuses to give It up Xo one asked her to t tolt j I tl ruihtnU huUo t J nlngl SI t h11S di kcr would I f r 1 JJ tt I to I 1 ito t 1t 1 I 4 I 1 t rte o I c 4 ICes j a I 1 I I V t i as- a i I nays Mil ma nit r tit Sur r F y a f 5 abider A 41 t y 5 that money r a r i I S i fig bun Nor 1 5 t l She sn i Y a f S g i i 4 r fitY Le t1 r- r jvotwlthstandtng the large quantities iT bfiiiw which are produced In tho United States there were Imported last year moro than 2SOOOOO bushels valued at over 1000000 The manufacturers of almost all brands of stock foods realize that stock dotS not as n rule get nil the stilt they used hence put In a generous supply of this much relished condiment On loose rolling soils alfalfa Is pref cmhlf to nn annual legume like crlm son clover or cowpcns bemuse when once established tho soil needs 110 lowing and but slight harrowing for utvurnl years The newly set wood lot will do best It given much the soma cultivation na other tilled crops for the law of rupld growth for trees and plant life Is the same namely adequate circulation of the air and moisture In the soil During the last fiscal year the Ira portatiou of wool Into the United States amounted to JGtJrOOOOO pounds valued at 43000000 For the lust decade the cousumptlon of wool taled 4750000000 pounds of which S3 per cent valued at 213000000 was imported If the boy couldnt have both but could choose the ono or the other be would be better equipped for life with a well endowed self respect ami stolid backbone than by hawing a parentage endowed with a fat bank account only The possession of the former will en able him to keep his head level Ic many times of stress while the lattci would more likely prove a pitfall and a snare thou of any positive benefit It is generally conceded by expert enced fruit nan that heavy pruning during the dormant period tends to produce heavy wood growth sea Roe following This type of priming Is thenfore desirable for young trees where growth of wood and the build Ing of n good frame are the chief aim With tauten bearing tree the prim If proper rare has previously been given should be light and should b tonne during July and August wuleb will Induce fruit rut lice than wood production X Where it is not desired to grow an iutCiislvc crop like strawberries n the yung orchard beans or cure makes an eXttllcmsiilislHiiU where suil ami ell lJ iUt ifJ tli g y fIfK the sail liui l rlnj uliltli is inuht i Miiliiii the grmvlns whiu tuIlhur mills lml ty on KuU fertility In fifcitoiiH whore tin sun IB very hot niul u shado Is weHrd fur the trees corn would l e prcfcVyhle to beans whISo the presence of ing corn would lesson the daimigeo tlif young betas from gnnwlmppors fix cnsie they wore IIUIUCIMUK In tho first year many follow the practice of hav fug the tree take tin place of a hill of corn while allow no corn to prow In tiny nf tho four mill spades Of coarse the only condition under which corn would bo permissible In n younjj would bo that of repeated and frcqucnVmiltl rations x Every farmstead located In a section where winters are cold nnd winds blow ought to have HH shelter bolt of conlf emus trees spnirr1 pines or firs The strip devoted to such windbreak ought to be located at a KUlUclent distance from tho house anti farm buildings Q give room for feed lots garden etc Tills strip should be put In mellow con dltion and given frequent cultivation after thin young trees are set It ls well to select for the shelter belt ties which have done well and made thrifty growth on other farms In tho vicinity or If there bo none of these varieties which tare recommended by Iho nearest reliable Only those trees should be bought which arc guaranteed to have good roots and to grow when properly cared for Trees that have bren transplanted several boos In the nursery arc far preferable to those whlclj IJOVP not been The Important thing to keep In mind III buying the trees is not lion cheaply they can bo bought but liar lug been set how well they will do and how thrifty and symmetrical n shelter belt they will inafcp Shoddy poor rooted trees that fan be got for R song aro tho most expensive kind of trees that n fellow can buy lu the long While tho etaljstjcs of too worlds supply of live stoclr oro Incomplete the latest estimates are Interesting Sheep are tho most numerous of the domestic animals and their total num Ijnr Is placed at fiSOOOOOOO In this Industry Australia ranks first with fiSOCOOOO lioad Argentina next with 67000000 and the United third with 7000000 head The worlds sup ply of cattle Is given as 430000000 head and In this line British India lends with 01000000 head Including buffaloes and buffalo calves The United Slates stands second with 70 000000 Mind and Russia third with 37000000 In the rafsjnj Pf hogs the United States Is far and nwoy In to lead boing credited with 50000000 or more than a third of the world supply Germany comes second with 22000000 head while European Rus sin has about 11000000 The total number of horses is placed nt 05000 000 head and the United States and European Russia rank about even with between 20000000 and 25000000 each This country Is credited with more than half of the 00000 mules Asl ttffl Turkey raises most asses British India lends in goats Asiatic Russia teas most camels while Ruesfa JpnflB n yip number of reindeer the In n11I 1 hit 1 the raw uric nurseryman run Stifles f1Y10 Jji g ifso 4 too la h r lt Itiur fat r tit t ri the suit nor young that ad- Joining f L r rV- 5l r i I GIVE NATURD A CHANCE Tho plroncTOt minor have their Ulrcci trout Mature Knture is cr iil t chcr of mankind Wo ran louk to Nutmo for all our needs In ROOIIH of oho and army that wound would heal atom rapidly and with BUCCOSS If loft to washed tho wounds with watnr which hid been boiled anti thus Etarilbswl then the wounds with clean llann iw powerful dro or wero lined aid to the low tf 3J cv of n eu treated in a naval itcl ltr their vounda It Is only frori luck c uVrrviim it i f v l cn tim cr rwrtr fw J fn Impure nail a r a syU a Our 1 i Nature lil oratory deep la the fragrant wooil arc many tin iootj ol rly v ill sup rly a hcalthshij r3 i who hat fn extensive practice among the aullcled the umtI went straight t j Katrro for the turn 01 thcjo dlrord ra vhlch resulted to oftcji la en runic condition or Im blond fa rt tlto palo or pimply iikhi I cf and Ho fowud tint tlio bark of Iho lllark tha root oi the Mandrake root Queens root ISktojroct Ooldrn mado into R sclent Site nonrlcohollc extract the la tho null tonic Iha nsfrcahlnic inllu iico cf this extract 13 at lu tho recovered strength cf tho tho vltfll Crc3 tio burn brighter and tholr iacrras d activity coitftimw tlio thistle rnbhinh otherwise may poi Tul3 alterative haJ cn found to r3 n saf Wale aa it dons net dcncnd on alcohol for a falso 13 Xatmvs oirn method of anti cleanlnur thn R tern It tonra tho stomach and tho blood In Natures own It b wall known all over tho world M Dr rleivos Golden Medical Tho namo was given to this vwjotnulo ono of tho important Ingredients was Goldon Seal root an authority an Dr KotorU Bartholow of Medical wo fill as a stomachic tonic Cures catarrh of the stomach and headaches accom tho same Dr Grover Coo In his took Organic si ikln of olden Seal root says as n liver invigorator It has no cqnnl Further ho In chronic of tho bladder wa item tho stoat roll able c cure As a tunic in tho convalescing rtaitcs of movers pneumonia dysentery an l falter acute dumsr Seal root ij peculiarly ar IJr Ci3 continues P v o would that our demon ftrnlcd tho or Gulden Soal root to ho A valuable romod in branehlUa laryngitis and other aiZcctlona cf the organs Of service In catarrh of the rtomnch nuts bowels foHowiu abtieo of alcohol a tonic after mnbrial lift n distinct influenop tf lcnn Jrof John Al Scuddcr In Specific Ication rays n It i live and Incrfa5 tilt a shnlhj of food Jly theo mcaiu the this fwxls tho muscular 1 mention the mus cular l oca o I belive it fiivt fcelJ tho IncrejuMHl rower imparted by n ef a ha improvement on the nrT nnt suit fyiteuis aro natural results In relation to JM penrrn cffocti on tlio o311 there i tio ctltclnc tiMicrsfj ttnnn mfi pinion It Ij MtilvmnUi ro raruo l rj useful la do bllltatod etaUj Alter ma years rf flnd n V produced tea happy combination Gulden with other cflicactonj rooU la curr xvo power thco native plants from our orrU 1 7 tho r f chem c f jirujwr strength vrlikUh fri Letter tarn for cxLhctlnfj preserving tho mcdl r Gljc crlna n useful 11 ncaJctno duo InHamniatfon and cloaa lng trio of lw Flora h cf cccijlknia aids In tho cf dyiiepsla anti stomach IntMtlnal plod Common ronao 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