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Digital page images are linked to the text file. roijMMrtajugftffiiKasM Record Advertising I Costs NotHing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates XWH8a83C IKKL2 1 1 L X JD r OOiQ e ufClw Qtt Have you a ring or other jewelry some verware cane umbrel la or other item that you silo want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your Lull clings need every Jclaj coos you money The sun rAin snow and frost work Lumber coiti too mud to let it decay want of a little paint It cots lest to use good than to go with out ft use nothing but god pint on btu work ART Strlclly Pure WHITE LEAD Puro Unseed Oil Pure Turpentine the mod expensive colors The kind ef paint we tue never crick 01 KO nly wear will remove k Lit tt figine with you when ready lo paint We rit a firrtclasa and durable job prices rcaxaablc put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Very Serious i a very serious matter to risk for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHTL- iver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than otherr or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sole than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS J Ire for Vc axd Don uric rie r t t s o e F- zMAMMMMnAMMMMAL I NO 270 TWOINONE We ship all vehicles Direct front our C O U to Consumer to examination nticl free trial It it of the ijrcntist Importance to the Globe IInrnr ii Co to one us n phased anti No cffoi t Is to make such exccllct in quality of material workmanship finish aril cf I Vehicle n j ana UK many orders in return If we you by nn honestly made buggy aril at a price less the Profit you will our Rood to your iuKlilH r Our js it would be to a denier I f jixxlinrc not ns rr money Is rctumcd to you You like no Vo manufacture honest Vehicles and HnrmKS invr our ciiHlomeni money till orders Write for our Free Ilnrnots Catalogue BLOBE BUGGY IIARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies kinds and solicits trade in any branch Butt who d with mllI I Gunmnllt I4Rh llItth na to n Oricn L I ofall oj 7 t a every ia11 ftcd Customer meat value oturnatomcta your y and VvwVNVw 3i f III l 4dU lyiitl fu c l f rtllklun niwuiot 0 UeacM St Uostuo V ui Ill of r III kE 1 rltf neatnhii tor SI r Amcrl C3n tt 1tUlttliM- WI IItntrtPI t it 51 ti e nti 1veml tntlftttr VlNE1Jf siil ii re r li lv iti t Inl11 sv Uwtoo Mass 1IuoMIUtIA IIrIlA NIl h ahlhoCo CI ts r I 0 OOlru Co- G 7 a n I4 m t ett trkftr the t uio n I SLgJa t 1f itItd t rm 1r ctoage- S I IAP1y COME TO US FOR WallpaperCome or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase TilE J L ROARK ESTATE Jfurniture tClalluaucr ClnDcctaftcro GREENVILLE KY troubles because vc aro sure It will help you Remember that 23 this great femalo lastany Jr to take Cardul for 1 wwwvv 1 s A1LMM MMAMnkrt your femaley remedy rwhas brought relief to thousands of h outer sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical female many have said it is the 3 best medicine to take Try U Sold in This City w r l p ins weakness II I I I 1 fr tttcorb FOR COUGHS THE WONDER WORKER FOR THROAT UNION LAWN FENCE i i tri v ry J tuor K T 59 vcrr untie factory for lawns door yard ear clcii Wo matte fencing for lawns door llHrt hog rind poultry Write for catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKalb 111 Kansas City Mo C H HOWARD CO BUY OOL I Being Dealers t we can do better for you than agents or connisjion merchants Beletecec eny link ia Louisville We furnish Woil Fret ta our ship pert Write far price list ISABEL a SONS iSwK Louisville Kr AND CURE THS I I IIi I I Oaf Fr its HiDESANDFUR Bags ra THE COWbU tit WITH FOR Dr Kings New Discover OUGHS OLDS KING OF CURES PRICE EDO Bottle free do 100 Trial AND ALL THROAT AND GUARANTEED SATISFACTOK OR MONEY REFUNDED MEW YORK CLIPPERIS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 CIS ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd JTHLISUERS I LLUFnT BORIC LUNG TROUBLES 47 r White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE 1 1 DR KINOS Take Ij42 iaa aa j Muhlenberg County isrich in coal iron timber potter9 etc and the most inviting field in for investment of capital and pluck ssgESHHsaeieE 41 0 fill JrL71 1r oo CIa r J 1 S r Kentucky VOL XII NO GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEall c Bankers Id Commandments Thou shall not advertise an un truth to the people Thou halt advertise without break in the newspapers tom thy home people wilt thus learn to read thy copy regularly and the results thcrcirom will repay thy eflorts and bring the people to thy place of habitation and Tic and thy patrons will derive mutual profit from ad vertising Thou shalt employ a part of thy time in giving careful thought lo advertising so thy people skull not grope in ignorance Thou shalt not let copy grow stale as the people want fresh news in ads as well as in the local umns Thou shalt not ask the people to have confidence in thine institution without giving them proper inform ation for suspicion grows from the lack of information The ignorant withdraw their funds without reason this has its effects on others Thou shalt do whatever licth in thy power to promote thrift and enterprise among thine own town people Thou shalt beware of advertising that brings no returns this cats in and leads to the destruc tion of thy faith Thou shalt spend thy advertising appropriation wisely that thou may est receive the benefit and educate thy people and set an example for those who come after thee Thou shalt not bear false witness against the institution wherein thou norkcth but speak well of it to all menThou shalt keep these command meats as a rule and guide for those who come after thee even to the third and fourth generation The Bank Advertiser Backache disorders When it is indication as it may be of some very serious trouble such as tuberculosis of the spine or malignant disease or the beginning of locomotor ataxia the diagnosis will not remain doubtful very long for many other will occur which taken in con junction with the pain in the back case clear It is not of these great and serious disorders that we write here but rather ot that irritating persistent nagging pain from which some persons suffer year m and year out with no coverable in the back as it has been described In a case of this kind there should always be a thorough examination by a competent physician in order to determine whelh r any internal displacement is at the root of the trouble otherwise the backache will certainly persist if there is until the dislodged kidney or other pelvic organ in fault has been put where it belongs The past history of the sufferer must be learn ed Has there been perhaps long before any strain or sprain or bad jar of the entire bodily frame Many of these cases of obscure spi nal misery start from accidents sp many that the phrase railway spine has been incorporated into medical phraseology It is easy to see that a ph steal must necessarily depend largily upon the integrity of the spinal system with its wonderful radiation of nerves and ligaments and that a bad fall or jar of that portion of the body may easily result in lifelong trouble The unforgivable practical joke of pulling the chair away from a per son about to sit down has been known to make a life cripple If after careful examination there does not appear to be any serious organic trouble to cause the back ache then the best course open tp the sufferer is to settle down patient ly to the fact that he has a weak it is his duty to nurse The spine can be favored in the same way that any other part of the body can be favored REST first and in capital letters That back must have no needless work and if it starts to ache it must be understood that too much has been asked of it Give it as many hours a day in the recumbent position as it demands and start to strengthen wi v I 1 J t col- e 0 o 1 1 to expense c I an symptoms willmakethe causeatttoothache I r i displacement k It como t 1 I J backwhich j andcure i i It of 0 1 v i C itr t 1 t a r 6 encourage e d ti t s nstant pain in the backr4s tota i aa tn mariy st Its t a a b t 1 a j a j J- Y 6 l J 7 f s rv Special Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Farm 1 year Uncle Remus Magazine I year IH Good Housekeeping I year Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TUB RECORD 1 year 50 Total 5175 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly it very slowly and with great cau lion The strengthening process may take a long time Massage electri city cold douching of the spinal column and the wearing of a wcll made brace arc all helps in the treat ment together with strict attention to the general health for with the strengthening the whole system the weak spine too will grow strong Sentence Sermons Doing is the only path to become ingHappiness is found where it is not saught The value of anything depends on its meaning to you Perhaps the golden rule means a cubic deal as well as a square one The pity felt by some depends on whether the purse is left at home Some fear they have no piety un less it is in a pathological condition History depends not on great Icadeis alone but on many lesser followers possess no truth other tfnu Its hard work to lie about your religion honest in your busi ness You cannot make whipped cream by lashing up a skimmed mill sermonA cure for pretended moral lameness may be a genuine physical kickThe man who is pious to win heaven would be the opposite if it seemed to better Our poverty is more likely to be due to the good we miss rather than the goods we lose Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors And in our the largest variety of Furniture In MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses Our Picture and Room always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll BxytoM lutrjraiwtij Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Pltcs which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking arid Embalming Cons 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 all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes in for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two Embalmers respond once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service to call anywhere Private LongDistance Tele phones Store 72 Residence 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE ORIEN I ROARK Manner Telephone No 5 and your laundry be called for and delivered tub Offer 5 15 i We t toW ou 0 1iCe ruf and pa a J 1Rnttrli tnr Nr1un ware- rooms connections Moldingstocks- arc merchandise x Our stoc atc 1 t St Vesvti be f Mai MLMAM t constantly licensed subject t Two wwwww z 1 HfSINHSS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and tree from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call Harbour Mead Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory on- t an appreciate laundrywork Y1Y1LLMM n n V Mn n n DR J W BARLOW D U N T I S T tironrnnnd lirtdge W rk dune at reasonable prltOA OOlee up stulra IH tlioJetnw UittlUtn argentine Ky DR T J SLATON onicr Maincross street near Miluatrcct Ib CAM HOWARD WADE n GRAY HOWARD GRAY Office In Greta Building opposllctaMeade hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Strict Tctcnttono Wo 7S Monon Houte 15KTWKEN Louisville and Chicago HBST LINE TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains tlniLr French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION D13AUKOKN STATION CIIICACIO i i Dinin and Parlor Oars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D W Cor tth and Sts LOUISyiLIYG KY Mote than H simply rheumatism of tin muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism Ir such cases no internal is required The free application of Chapiberlaini is nil that is needed and it is car tain to Rive quick relief Give i a trial and r o for yourself lion quickly it nlievcs the pain am soreness Trice 250 large soc PhYMlclun and t3urroon LAWYERS rOll 1YrI Marl Rhounatis ten cases 01 1rt treatment 1 I PAN it htt fenrheumizt t L size NMMMMnnA Save 75 FOR COLDS ARID I r FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my case incurable but thanks be four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and EVA tfflCAPHER Grovertown Ind Price 500 and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle Eras SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists NEW DISCOVERY toGod wellMRS I1fr I S After The Grippe I am much pleased to be able to write and thank you for what has done for me writes Mrs Sarah J of Siler City N C Last February had the Grippe which left me in bad shape that I had with female trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it At last I began to take Cardui have taken only three bottles but it has done me more good than all the doctors orthan any other medicine I ever took w ftJ i CARDUI The s TamcOman For the aftereffects nf any serious illness like the Grip Cardui is the K can tue Itbuilds sircrj Mi tat uSne tffrprovw feappetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural of Cardui is your best friend if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped What could possibly prevent it from helping you Remember you cannot the benefit of the ingredients in any other medicine for are not for sale in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle Try CarduL rlf to Latin s Advlrory Dept Chattinoora Medicine C Chattanooga Tend for Instructions ant 64paee took Home Treatment for Women sect tree e the 11 7 get Spc cT LX f s rrc 11iC you BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for The regular is too Tho c who bring or mall this advertisement us within five days after srcins it and telling uc where they saw it will be able to ouc IVIM v d at the rate of 525 Books and stationery arc included tima limit J foot ready now buy one use only to l o t I N Fliyeldaiis Advisethe use of a to Keep the bowels open and prevent poisons offoot from ttottiugiiito your system The latest product of scienco i VELVO LaxaMxe Liver Syrup purely vc table gcntJcreliable and of a pleasant aicntutic tatc Vcvo acts t i the liver as dl as on the and 5Cf greatest fcl consdpatiq indesUoobiliousness headache feverishness etc Try VF1 fi PRIZOrnAL BUSINESS COLLEGEIxcoroaa Second and Walnut Strecta LOUtSVILLltitY a lcd stomach and lOwd the possible lCAcy tIck tzpNc tP32 1 fir s falcate nrfF c 1 r LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP l r t r f J tF 2 1e i4 p 9 1 t J iHE e tRDJ RT flfCOl 1 IlISS s E rm l3 1tL II1tlrltt udCtit r v piip r- POsLteltr I TNUkIATM W IttCPwaWent I uoIUKOtttIx SecreNlry GKIRN L IOAKIC EDITOR LosgDJstaaee Telephone No 72 viicf im new HDX of Moro ground floor 50 CENTS PfR YEAR IN ADVANCE TtiRMss The KtiMwriptlmt prlt of p n r I Kiyu in i4 lvnucv Mt4 WHit the Lire baa i lro l o wiilrU It IH paid k t pniwr will U wlojipwi i r ls af tkMikw notlct m etc U not ir ttian line will W i ubl free A Ar per lln lll for H c e 0- iij iiiin Ne varteUon of to ivtiyont hire will walked Au v rUt rment will h Inserted A rntc tn riiriiiahtid on rrqiWH- tA rosa Ml ntMuiii 4illntt make AN ro iuittaucepajrAi HMrOHU PUItfeS i rurilU Uy THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1910 Kutoied at Uw OMftuvllfo Itji tonlao un As a dangerous spoft nutomobilc racing has aviation backed off the earth 1oimcAL matters are running now very much to gush slush and lush and later will develop a crush for one side IitiN with sugar a vessel fought with quantities of ice while round ing Cape Horn There was almost the making of something good drink TAn admits that there arc a few flaws in the tariff but he points to the fact that 1t gets the money Docs not the holdup man d likewise Tin KI is enough gold in the make everybody rich and happy says a French scientist Moiling down the sea and extracting the is however too much like work Tilt perfected aeroplane perhaps will be one that nay be depended upon to resolve itself automatically into a parachute if anything unto ward happens to it while it is up in the air IT is nicer of the railroads to say they wish to raise the rates because they need the than about the bush and allege that they feared the coin would rust and other wise deteriorate the peoples sagging pockets Ri PUBLICAN standpat Congress men all over the country have been vindicated by their party but they arc bandages and inquiring the price of crutches There arc a few more wallopings for those who did get by when the voters at the polls will have a few remarks A NOVEL method qt cutting down trees has been devised a Berlin inventor It consists m the use of a fine steel wire which is looped about the tree said sawed back and forth by an electric motor The heat generated is sufficient to burn a thin kerf through the wood A tree 20 inches in diameter can be felled in six minutes The charred butt of the tree may easily be marked with chalk and the charcoal layer is so thin that it does not hide any decay or other defects in the wood MORE cement was in United States in 1909 than in any other one year in its history and the price by barrel was lower In the production was 52910 925 barrels valued at 44547i679 in 1909 the production was 04196 barrels worth 51232979 at the In 1908 the average price of a barrel of Portland cement was 85 cents in 1909 the price aycraged Si cents produced at 103 plants in the country Twentyone plants were in Pennsylvania twelve in Michigan ten in Kansas eight in Ohio seven in New York six in Indiana five in Illinois audjjfivc in California In 1880 a barrel of Portland cement brought 3 due to the scarcity of the material whose production devolved upon slow crude processes Today it is to sell at So cents a barrel a profit Most of the ce meat produced is consumed m the United States the export product ranging from 1 to 3 per cent annual ly With the immense natural sources for manufacture however it anticipated by government authorities that in the near future the foreign trade in cements will show large in the sum of the nations export trade Some men think they arc going ahead because they dodge around so much a= u q th Itt f bto triads aka I ample be card i i l J fit IUld 1t c u1 I t u 4 IkI 3 t I gold to eat b used 1908 u 3S6 mill r 4 o a A andshowt I is I t v h i k i I tear the tee ked A eopiea t tt a tleee4IIee 11W F ton ILEa T F sea- to money wearing the- Y the r a manufactured a A m re- t e u a FROM A BANKER Lucindy Receives a Letter But Too Busy With the Doctor for An Immediate Reply Riltlor ItiMoitu Have just received TUB RKCOUU with the letter yon forwarded to me The letter is from an nnincumbcrcd widower who is a hanker Will at tend to his case next week This week I must tell what I said to that doctor in replying to his letter He had the nerve to till me just what he wanted He said he was getting old and as he was now compctant to take care of a wife he had decided to get married was well satisfied from he had heard of me that I was just the woman he wanted In reply I told him frankly that he would have to quit the practice of medicine if I became his wife and gave him my reasons in full In the first place I called his attention to the fact that of all the humbugs in the world the practice of medi cine was the greatest I told him that a cousin of mine graduated from the Medical University at Louisville some years ago began the practice of medicine built up a good business right away rode day and night and all of a sudden he tore down his sign closed his office doors and gave notice that he would answer no more sick calls He gave me his reasons He said he had no confidence in medicine that it was a humbug that no man could prac tice medicine and make it pay with out lying and being dishonest The man who would be honest and in his practice would be de nounced as an old fogy and play out Why said I cousin you sur prise me what do you mean Just what I have said was his reply He then explained few things to me and made a convert of me at once so I decided then that I would newer marry a doctor I shall here speak of a few reasons given by my cousin for giving up the practice of medicine Suppose you are called to see a child who has eaten some thing which has disagreed with it and 4 RQonscquencc there is con gestion o stomach the is vomiting has fever after looking at the tongue and feeling the pulse and asking a dozen or more Now comes the test with the doctor If he will tell the parents the truth and be honest just as soon as he is gone they will send for another doctor one who has some sense and who will give medicine who will look solemn and wise after giving some chalk powders take out his prescription book and write one or two prescriptions and away he goes the father in a run to the drug store The doctbr has charged two dollars for going across the street The druggist has made a bill too The next morning the doctor drops in finds the little fellow up playing unless he gave him something to keep him sick The doctor now wants to fix it so as to be called every time a member of the family grunts so he impresses the mother that he just reached the bedside of the patient in the nick of time had lie been a few hours late the little fellow would surely have died Such lying and dishonesty Why there will be more doctors in hell than of any other class of men except lawyers To be the wife of a doctor Never neverNow Mr Editor I want to say that I am not condemning science The science of medicine is alright The science of anatomy of physiol igy of chemistry of hygiene and canation I am proud of what has been and is being done along these lines The thing I am condemning is the humbuggery in the practice of medicine There arc but few but what will tell you they have but little faith in medicine Take from the doctor today morphine calomel and quinine and you disarm them Now I believe surgery is a blessing and should be upheld and there is a place where a woman shquld always be called and women should prepare themselves for that work But poor down troden wom an here she meets with opposition as she does in everything else In the eye of the doctor her place is over the cook stove at the washtub How long how long Ohl Lord God until my sister be avenged ot their wrongs Could men today see the tears hear the prayers and know of the heartaches of their wives and daughters they would surely lend a helping hand at the ballot box to correct the wrongs which make our women slaves As it is today we can sing and pray at t r questions doctors r t chat truthful child home and occasionally church cook three meals a day the year clothes Iron make and mend clothes with nothing to look to in the next year but the same rounds of duty How many men in our towns let their wives bring in the coal split the kindling make the fires draw all the water tool after supper instead of the hus band staying at home to help his wife to take care of the children and be company for her he takes his hat lights his pipe or cigar goes up in town loafs around comes 1 I oclock A hus band who will treat his poor wife in that way ought to be given a good dose of raw cowhiding well raid on Mr Editor you ill please excuse me for my expressions for I am not through with the doctor yet Will say that all of the pills we have to say the doctor is the hardest of them all I knew a poor man who on his death bed lying by inches for a month the doctor came to see him every day though he knew he was doing him no good never gave him anything but what he called resting powders morphine The poor fellow died Then here came the doctors bill 150 for what for 50 cents worth of mor phine Tell me that that doctor can be saved lie is as sure of if he was there this minute He robbed that poor idow and children of their living Again In stead of taking their medicine with them they invariable write a pre scription to the drug store thus the doctor not only lives oft of you but makes it possible for the drug gist to do the same thing One of my brothers run a drug store for a while When he quit he told me that druggists came nearer getting something for nothing than class of men that unless they made from one to three hundred per cent on their drugs they felt that they were making no money So let our girls think for a long time before marrying a doctor Very respectfully LUCINDY OVKItTAKKK Notice to Town and Country I endeavored to close out my millinery business as a whole in Augbut ailed IblTosoTTicncFl and purchased the largest and stock of goods that I ever carried and am in position to give better bargains than heretofore and prices than can be had else where All I ask is that the buying public come and compare quality styles and prices Mus M E MARTIN Fall Race Meeting and Louisville Horse- Show Louisville Ky Oct 1st to 22nd 1910 roundwash backat S hellas another fea- stbest have lower On account of the above occasion we arc 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 3olh to Oct 1st limited to Oct Tickets sold Oct 6th 8th 13111 isth and 22nd limited three days from date of sale Tickets sold Oct roth and nth limited to Oct lyth Daviess County Fair Owensboro Oct 4th to 8th 1910 For this oc casion tickets will be sold for 155 for return Dates of sale Oct 4th to 5th inclusive Return limit Oct 9thOn account of the Woodmen of the World celebration at Louisville Oct 23d 1910 a special train will be run over the I C leaving Green ville at 259 p m Oct sand Re turning special train will leave Louisville at 1115 p m 23d Tickets will be sold at the rate of 200 for the round trip good only on the above trains 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 BurpGrist Mill My new burr mill is in oper ation call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready lo furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn jl 28 J A SHAVER Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarantee money hack if not better than any you ever used Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state 24th S Jj grist ti r BolfcenroD TUiuiah HummvrM riuwwr art brown and ero- Ami wlitilH are knlml if In fear Of that irrrnl trims wltlfli from the North Will noon Aiiiiimn forth Tttii the orerhroJ Awl KlmMii UiroHRliutit land U mmwl Stilt there irlemii wiHsblne fur niu On mrmlmv hill ami idtiltfrwl Ml IttroHili tint 9ny of June WhiH earth with fiilrval flower WH truwii UhUb vtml t i IH Uufir rwlont beat A wrtnl titmoliriHl bjr the rrni You stored MHiiihiuo fur hrw dark tiny dud IMIW your rMW Pur brizlil you HMtkc the atk I trod M Hlu My UHOjr Uuhlturwd AMY SI Ioxiitrr Obligingly Gave the Information Mr G Crawford the local I C agent probably has more to contend with than any individual about the city but he is uniformly courteous and answers pleasantly all the foot questions handed him daily There is n wide range to these qiicries Mr Crawford is usually prcpdrcd to make a ready re spouse Last week a traveling man made the town for the first time and after some inquiry found the railroad was located almost a mile from the court house and of course the larger part of the business sec The traveler immediately sought Mr and asked Why do you not have the station located up town Right off the reel the inquirer was given this re sponse Well we flail it more Y 1 1 tl ilK boo Irh lug dark Ilk lit Ill lan lit I W and Crawford U U dada hastily ion convenient to have it located near the railroad and contrary to the anticipations of the listeners who thought the drummer might get peeved he laughed and said he supposed it was the best arrange ment after all Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben eras received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee information regarding our special 11 Farmers Line rate If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cower the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMUKRLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated I I I fort I I I I I Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection I deliver n BlAKWfll ROARK I GENERAL I T i- I INSURANCE We represent the Home o of YN e Insurance that writes all kinds of farm and city property I rte FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAOKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY nm n u u I Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that docs what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar markWith purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes theonly com plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated paintor stainwe because we THE PIdtME QOALI- x o TY for The Only gOc if J i l L T t r Subscribe Record MUNLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier Tffi FIRST RAW GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffc W G Duncan Martin R T Martin J Purycar C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management Ilk ES DEPOY KENTUCKY 5 We announce to our trade and the pub j lie that our stocks of goods in all depart x ments are larger and better selected than iwever in our history We carry a varicrd line of i GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the W people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes j- j Hats Etc we offer large selections ft In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm fV such goods otrrstocics fV are especially strong W In all departments prices will be found d the lowest and your visits will be highly j appreciated g Undertaking Department We have just added an Undertaking Department to our w business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas W j kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt 4 and careful attention any hour day or night i Telephones Store No 1 Right No R or No 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO ii if i DEPOY KENTUCKY A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social indus trial and political Pertinent editorial comment on of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old and to them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices right Satis faction guaranteed f 4 J iJiI 1 1 i J 1f r we MJ Ji Ziiqt ff r BANK c E E tI tI tI JWlY r o J P P pl P Pm StIANNON 0 i 1 fZ b m ill j t t f r Implementsand I lf fJ ell i fr t t m It 1 g s t Iii c It MUUlNBIRG SFNTINR r t moraleducational yearand I a r E E serve f Ii i S J 2K f wN e y M1 JP i r e t ilfZ l l t lei ltttlltltllfl fiei ti b 1 ryl 1 ell ell 3 1 S r r ear t fseal e Ifs rye t J V I 1n1e ell p e 1 fly t n A i 4- i MwFK t 511- tI 1s b hTi Itmatters s ry ti Cx ti yFy t customers t are rVnn Tr ww yteo t S For making line rich or plain food equally valuable Ir NOKTtl BOlNH XO IS LouUrlllo Kxprew lIJttnuil- iR OtMlHunU ipriM101 LonUvUl UrniUNl 408 nm- 1M GmtlralCUjr Aeeum 71n pm- OOCTHROOMt NO 135 lHdu Nh nnd Olro RCVAM lUSnin- IS FNlum Accommodation l 4lun 101 New Orlni Spcelnl 340 mi 18 N O Sp e LonUTllte put oHlyl ISOnm JmicVItHi WOCxiwroun Agt THE INWARD WITNESS UY JAMKS Jnmc Mnrtiitrati 1HVHWW Hutrilxh ITnltnr iiw pttUwmphrr nn out of the kwrferx awl prophet of modern religion ijr IH ICMfflntttl He WKK tho author ur venl mt of owns a tin Hiont TlieSmt Britr Reunion bvlti 7 oVt Ulita In im Pwtm ISW OH b ihu princtpnl of MAiultwier eolloe At Oxforrt J t jrwur Uod they atgr Answer tfa in Lord must ttolj- rUfveal iliy crrt wnjr or titlllHK the lowly Not wnii r l In maviujr riowd itMing fltr limit rellf1 uiiliiu the KtmMxt f MlloHl r mo nt in MlonM once hi the irwlrs Curm Of wnkciiiu love Hiul wonder OfdHt LTOWII ilivinc The reuli pirli still of sorrow tHii lii to Hhlno AH shniloxv uf the will iiiin atone EVii In UKH onfi w lur CAM H This fti their own tttlti Hi perfect IriCMktu Tnt OTli iivo wndiMvliol Ami rfaildoried hearts rvfulr- rCive us your job work Attend the opening of1 the opera house Saturday night Quarterly drew a large crowd to town Monday Needles for all sewing machines at Rtfarks Greenville now has only one automobile a loss ot one Muhlenberg roads have been at their very best as usual at this potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Mrs J I Rogers has returned from a stay of two weeks at Dawson Springs Louisville annual conference is meet with the Methodist church here next year Have Barkley Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss Mr W C Jonson was in Calhoon on legal business several days dur ing the week The Daviess county fair is in progress this many pers ons from this county arc attending See our special clubbing offer limited to November r The Republican campaign mittee has opened headquarters in the Green building and Mr A E McCrackcn has been selected as secretary The opera house opens Saturday night the premier attraction being As Told in The Hills one of the popular plays of the day and worthy of patronage For piano in Green ville Apply to Mrs J W Vomberg telephone No 2162 Central City Ky s 29 A poem from the pen of Miss Amy Longest of Powdcrly will be found in this paper and will be found seasonable and being a splendid tribute to our popular golden rod which is more appre crated as the seasons pin I II l f I J Oc8 1teO and It lit t Jl taW lit t When i J Or nIKhu i 1 1 Or of thatdI 1 I i chip JAntj vI i I season Get a weekand t t com- o 4 1eo A f saleSquare I 1 I app alfng J passe ta f f s LEI e S tl a MARTI latr thttlu lan l d xaa 3 1i iIi dtt111 IIa rung tNddui nise erg lull tits e l teh tfallHguNl 1 diet tnui silt nnnIL1 ulce fs t 1 court tot e 1 r 1 r 1 F r r and savings 1 D k Indispensable Home Bakingi I op A ROAD LIKE THIS leading to a farm TIIREE milts from town will hold the land down to 15 an acre while the same laud located SIX milts from town would be worth 30 an acre with a ROAD like THIS TUB RBCORD per year Dr L P Moore is up after a few days illness Continue to swat and otherwise discourage the fly Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Baseball is now almost on its last legs for the season Mr Ray Morgan who is employ ed in the store of the Lam Coal Bevier was at last Sunday Sec the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks Mr Clair DcWitt left Monday for lvla wKerevhc will during winter for his healthMrs Henry Myers will be here from Louisville a few days this week on a visit to and friends Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold City council was in regular session last Monday night was passed requiring a license fee of 500 per year on soft drinks that contain alcohol Mr W H Gray returned last Saturday from his old home in Mon roe county and was accompanied by his father who will make a visit of some days here See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks There has not been a case of drunkenness on the local police docket for the months of August and September This is a record that probably has never occured here or anywhere else in a town of this size and speaks well for our people There is the heaviest this year that has been known in ninny years and there are fewer hogs to profit by it than has ever been known in the county Many farmers have no hogs and none has any large number Most flues arc m needof being overhauled for the winter season Call on Barkley Bros who will do the work reasonably and in best One feminine person extreme in her dress and determined to lead in all the new styles is not satisfied with the prevailing waterbucket variety of headgear being used by women and is having built to order a rainbarrel pattern that will eclipse all others Better be dead than trail is her motto Miss Retha Woodburn and Mr C C Donovan were married at the residence of the brides parents Dr and Mrs Clarence Woodburn in Bremen at 8 oclock last Saturday night the service being performed by Rev G B McDonald Many friends of the popular couple were present soy Coat relatives Anordinance oakmast manner I 7 1 7 home tiara o t re- Main the i P Increasing Land Values According to the Houston Post Texas real estate values arc increasing at the rate of 1000000 a day Every dollar of new money conning into the State gives added value to improvements already made In the opinion of the Post the money that is flowing into Texas at the rate of 700000 a day to be in vested in farm lands and in and industrial enterprises of various kinds will in time increase the price of land fourfold the long term investor in real estate is assured of a handsome profit The following paragraphs from the Posts article on land inctcasc are applicable in every State j There arc two classes of property natural Natural pro such as land cannot of course be created by man we can only increase its value Artificial property such as buildings machin cry etc can be created by man and its value can also be enhanced With natural property we are limit ed in our methods of increasing value while there arc no restrictions to development through artificial property We may gridiron the State with railroads dot it with factories build cities and fill the valleys with happy homes but we cannot create another acre of land The investor may come to Texas and buy land and if he cared to do so can sell it later and leave the State with all the property he brought into the State but the investor who builds railroads factories irrigating canals houses etc cannot take them back with him and he has established permanent values This should put before the wide awake citizen the advantage of wise legislation through law enforcement good school systems good roads and other factors for attracting capi tal to a State rapid filling up of the country as a result of immigra tion has already not only brought most of the Western land under cultivation or private ownership but has also made both reclamation of arid lands in the West and restora tion of abandoned lands in the East a matter of urgent necessity and a source of increased wealth to the nation and profit to individuals crease and the owner of a produc tive farm has a gilt edge invest ment in any State But the best means of increasing property values rapidly is to encourage an influx of capital Kentuckys present tax laws which the last General declined to amend for no better reason than according to an unmvcstigated and untruthful ru mor the movement to amend them was a rich mans lobby constitute a hindrance to capital that ought to be removed by the next General As sembly There are also several Kentucky counties in which a better enforce ment of criminal laws would be of value not only to the counties most immediately effected but also to the material welfare as well as the reputation of the State The peace officer who connives at lawlessness and the lawmaker who declines to consider such knotty questions as are involved In tax re form and school and road laws robs the State from whose treasury their pay is drawn School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f3 Lawrence Yonts Dies at iiopkiusvillc Mr Lawrence Yonts died at his home at Hopkinsville about mid night last Thursday after an illness of some months from gastritis which developed complications in volving his heart Deceased was a native of this county and was wide ly known in this part of the state He was years old and is sur vived by his wife For many years he was in business at Johnsons operating a general store but about ten years ago he sold his interests and moved to Hopkinsville where he was admitted to the bar and was yery successful in his legal practice He had accumulated quite a large estate and was one of the leading men of his adopted city Interment was in Riverside cemetery at Hop kinsville at 3 oclock last Sunday afternoon following services at the Cumberland Presbyterian church of which he was a member and the burial was conducted with Masonic honors A popular Accommodating energetic character is removed by his death and he will be missed in a wide circle Old papers for sale at this office I improvements I i andartificial pert tt I he values win continue to 5 t v i I and sat id AS- sembly t NEW PASTORS Will be Heard in Many Methodist Iul pits Close of Annual Meeting of Louisville Conference at Rnsscllville CONrORENCli MEETS HERE NEXT Louisville annual conference the Methodist church South ad journed at noon Monday in Russell villc where it had been in session fpi a week There were more than the usual number of changes in locations of preachers and the transference list to other conferences and states was also heavy some of the best material seeking work in other fields Quite a number of cities within the bounds of the conference made for the next meeting but Greenville was fortunate in securing it It has been 25 years since we have entertained this distinguished body of men and women but there arc many who will again enjoy the hospitality of our homes Rev F E Lewis had remained here four years and according to the rules the church had reached the limit of time He was placed at Cloverport and Rev G Dillon who is to be our new pastor comes from there so that we have made an exchange with our neighbors Rev Dillon is well known in conference circles as an able man and we continue fortun ate in this regard Following is a list of the assignments in the OWhNSIIOKO DISTRICT S J Thompson presiding elder Beaver Dam A L Mcll T Cherry D Bennett Central W pummel Cloverport F E Lewis Fordsville E R Roberts supply Greenville G P Dillon Greenville Circuit E D Ryan Hartford Virgil Elgin Hawesville P S Gillette S Campbell Lewisport E N Matcalfe Livcrmore J W Crowe supply Macco W H Hickcrson- Owcnsboro Breckinridgc Street W C Hayes Circuit 4J C Duvall wcnsu O Smithson Owcnsboro Settle Memorial Lewis Powell Owcnsboro Wondlawn S C NunncllyRomerR E Bailey Rochester W W Price Sacramento J supply South Bennett Henry Jarboe sup plySulphur Springs To be supplied Student in Vanderbilt University W P Gordon As Told In The Hills which comes to the LaMeadc opera house on Saturday evening Oct 8 is a play concecdcd by both press and public as standing preeminent among all melodrama productions of the seasons offerings Mr M F Mann has spared neither pains nor money to make this production complete in every detail The cast has been carefully chosen and the scenery painted from photographic views taken in and around the mountains of Arkansas where the plot is laid A most realistic and thrilling scene is the great knife combat with the In dian in the woods and when the cur tain falls in the climax many people arc heard to exclaim is he seriously hurt The company carries several fullblooded Sioux Indians with them in order to give a complete and make the play realistic As Told In The Mills is without doubt the best of all the seasons atic offerings Seats now on sale at Countvlers drug store 25 3t 50 and 750 Muhlenberg County Union A S of E will be held in Greenville at court house on Oct 6 7 1910 All locals in good standing should be represented as this is the time to officers for next year also one board member for three year term J F Doss Co Pres A needed ruin fell Tuesday after noon freshing up everything and cooling the atmosphere Mr Fred Irvin drove his Olds automobile to Owcnsboro last Fri day where he exchanged it for a Marion car but in coming through Calhoun he found a purchaser and sold He is contemplating the purchase of another car as he has the fever very bad YEAR of of P CalhounJ CentertownR CityJ LewisburgD Owe sboro r pHl no T CarrolltonA J It melo ram eJect Ji L JM 1 HI1 s s- r application fl production Y M C A NOTES 1rof C C Hayden at the V M C A Sunday bt 3 p m Subject Jesus Cleansing the Temple Every business man close up his desk and get in Business Mens Gymnasium Class on Mon day Wednesday and Friday front 510 to 545 p in The new game of volley ball has been installed in the gymnasium This name is especially to business men come in try it On Friday night contests will be held for the Juniors in pqtato race standing broad jump and fence vault One week from Friday in standing high jump stretch kick and pull up Those desiring to en ter any ot these contests will hand their names to the secretary Roark has an immense suck of needles shuttles bobbins etc for all machines also oil bunds rub bers and such supplies Cant tell what it is about Old October knocks out I sleep well enough at night And the appetite Ever mortal man possessed Last thing et it tastes the best KILRY Residence Burned Monday Night A sixroom residence belonging to Newsom Saulsbury colored was destroyed by fire about midnight last Monday It was located in the east end and the flames had made great headway before an alarm was on account of the lo cation the building could not be reached by the fire department For a few days the house had been vacant the tenant moving out and it is the general supposition that some men who had been in the building engaged in gaining acci dentally set the hous on fire There was insurance of Suoo on the house which practically covers the loss The wind high but the dampness saved any other prop erty from damage Mr C J Rice Now With tile I C Mr C J Rice will leave next week for Chicago where he goes to enter the service of the Illinois Cen tral m tie civil engineering department Mr Rice is a graduate of State College and since his com pleting the course has at work here and in all sections of the and m addition to his surveying work has served as city engineer and has done much to the city streets and by his supervision His new po sition is an important and he will prove himself worthy of the confidence extended He carries with him the very best wishes ot a wide circle of friends Mr Chas Y Reynolds under went a minor operation Monday taking a stimulant to counteract the pain and shock and the reaction brought about a comatose condition that baffled the physicians and it required several hours work to re store consciousness His condition is improving satisfactorily and re covery will be rapid An infant of Mr Hill died Tuesday night at his home in the southern part of the country Mrs John A Williams is making satisfactory progress toward though the advancement is necessarily slow Mrs Elliott EaJcs diet Sunday evening at the home of Mr Bud Evitls in the west end Burial was at Friendship Monday Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkley Bros do this work in best manner Messrs Alvin L Taylor James Strader W Ed Smith Jo John son Ed Bandy and Otto A Rothert were among the Muhlcnber jers who attended the Ringling Bros Show at Hopkinsville last Saturday The wife of Andy Bennett color ed was brought here from Louis ville Tuesday afternoon here she had died from asthma after a service at the A M E Zion church yesterday afternoon burl I was in Fairmount cemetery Deceased was a native here but had lived in Louisville for ten years Disinfecting has been lone by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are nswered promptly The charges reason able poaks tt sh uld th a aptcd me blamed est soundedand was very rat roa beep count effective y nvements one Charles afternoon n an ar Ie j I and 1 improve t 1 recovery YOU CANNOT HELP LOOKING at an attractive electric sign Neither can anybody else Why not let us plan one for your bust ness The plan will cost you nothing You simply pay for the current used If you want to be up to date youll have our expert call and fix up the plan for you Electric signs arc the real things these lays Greenville Light Water Co Ollicu Hours 7S 1112 a m 15 p m 1liune No 51 LaMEADE OPERA HOUSE Saturday Oct 8 1910 W 1 MAOIST IUKSHNTS I i t f1 1ij Ft L fJJ t4 f iI t ri lSlOIUonTcn t 21 I 0 t j v i i f I 11 tJ- 1 1 t C t I I J t IJm t1 i l b J i y r- R fl y r j Miss Mabel AS PAMNENA 2T WATCH FOR THE INDIANS Seats Now On Sale at s Drug Store Prices 2B 3B BO aria 7Bc tri WIIU t tfi Low n t t t l itlt f ttt L 11 tA l i V fE5i VCn j 0 y 5 f1 r 4 DONT MIX THE NEW BAG of Manitou flour with any other flour Do it the justice of trying it by itself Then you will realize the full meas ure of its goodness in better bread cake and pastry and more of them to the bag than you were ever able to get from any other flour Order a your grocer today GREENVILLE MILLING CO Incorporated An Old Pioneer Dies Tuesday- Mr William Corley aged 85 years lied at his home near Pond creek south of town at noon from the infirmities of old age He was one of the oldest pica in his neighborhood and a well known man all over the county being held in the highest regard by all as he was a man of fine character his sterling manhood impressing favor ably all with whom he came in con tact He was a civil war veteran and probably the oldest man in the county who had seen service His death removes a landmark but his example remains and his family in their sorrow are joined by a host ot friends and relatives Intcr inent was at Friendship yesterday afternoon and despite the weather there was a large audience present sackof T Tuesday t f HILLS i kf 1 I 1 If AS tft l TOLD c fJI Iii t IN THf The campaign will be opened by the Republicans here when Hon H Jones can didate for Congress will address the voters at the court house at i oclock Mr W L Harris who has been sick at his home at Bancroft for sonic weeks has been sinking for several days and his condition is such as to cause the gravest anxiety to his family and many friends Mrs Mollie Reynolds returned to her home here last Friday after a visit of some months on the Pacific coast where she was with relatives and friends She spent considerable time in Spokane Wash and at Baker City Oregon and made shorter visits at many other points being delighted with the climate and country of our great Northwest sec Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks Wild Bill the broncho busier who with his wife was here a few weeks ago giving exhibitions on the streets was last week killed in one broke throwing him the other foot hanging in the stirrup The horse whirled striking thu riders head against a latr post and crushing the forehead causing instead death Hon Win H Jones Republican candidate for Congress will address the voters of the town and county here at the court house at i oclock tomorrow and everyone is invited to be present J V vM I i m I I I I I 1tI Ii I I I I r I I t I I tfr h i I ir t N ji tf f J L 1t Gk1 t c p s j I car tomorrow11 t i y t- F thx W I r a tionitry 1 wildr r r Fvirnittire Shades Moldings v Sfi Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Vaults Disinfection ROARK riW I 6Jo w JJt to cIIt If t tI i If 1 S C LiJi i ROARK Villp per y f w dippers Grave Humor and j v Philosophy Sb DVJfCAft M SMITH LONGING U 1 wish 1 wcr a man v ili MtUo nrcli n oiitti On ttMJhl 1 wrrv i buy In- UCIiry KHInill i1l M- Nt mwr one ilu l iilmii lf- ftiilciitcd With ll longed to n worker ut i iv lob It hadnt sum each enuM wtoh t fitii put protect through CM unnsierral to the otlwt place licytl learn ft tilnn or two Anlooeh would flnu Or many days rtTwiutl upon the vrhome lilt i tfc r lift would hardly match 1 i o ilcnte of hU dream n 1 for the boy would soon state Flit constant dnlly T i man could not vnioy the i I lit loft behind AIM iaoli would Mtk tau other nut si y Th diiennt suit liiiw ouU you HKo to irnl Again Viih ttitrty rents tu bout No looking at it from star turit the others ittare 1 M It la different wt n It rams tad thorn In the taco i o dt them siiy scrap It out On niturV iMUwn ilnn iho man a iinwnup boy can b- ilic boy R lutle Making It Plain You are Ih urtsiriu of my ox steno saM tilt rmuiiiilir vomtgmnn t LP very nutrient mud practical girl it IM WHS Hshuin intently Whats ttiilr slu nskitl You are tlio star in toy sky of 1 ilont Just t t you You are tin radiant light that il miiiM s my iviy Could you Itll It in KuRltshV You an no out best U rM Oh why riiltrt you any so l to know it Im site No Change Married lift is i prow nionot- MliillS I dont liana My vlfe la its kind o ItS llu dry we vetv nmrrkul- Tluit IB something tu lie thankful frOl I delft lnnw Jlu hit me over I In held with n broomstick the first aiy Soma Incentive O cn mouth n little wider inl lilt ifel- nr rr4ir juv thAt way mall the tooth puller Act as though sonic one luul just fered you n piece of homemade pie Excellent Reason Arent you antic ot burglars n bit Why 1 am J never meet them Never meet themV they always call whoa 1 am out Couldnt Afford It He is 90 much lmoreted In tie l slit r lifer suspect It of him Aiynt No 1 will have lo wait until flying Likely L ciMl i ihy women will sot off n stuvt car bitckward Probably fur the sauce reason that men will persist In forgetting to get n hair cui Concrete or Merely Abstract Intentions He Is In paving block business He Yen Concrete or socil promises So Free ITe Iiaa tvriutu an essay on water What docs it trnit Vtitor of course The tightwad PERT PARAGRAPHS We very rarely hue time for the tlilutr that xvi dont want to do or the person we ilmft rare H M1U tlllOUt to i iiu no matnr how JndtiMrioiisly we may be eutii l in Killing time Xo dottlil in UMnHiiK Us c inline liu i i wurtu inurp Uuiisonu persons worth to iL rpilue them I ft l 9 QuI I 1 he the grow rInd Its I f lOp I yo r 11 l ot not I o on lI ldlllhS lire tb Of II 4 t hUlly how g r sit e that here but t itt teal y end 1 1 Manta Start a ant a nut I n Charm mph Inv Nat oft i volt t chriiier- T lot r t cry air II Hit t hi lips make tin sum of lift rblch prob alily I the rea son of us are will be fashion iiltle if vrselables will kindly con Klllt 10 IK IBllROIl ably chen p must A t1IM little vnzetalble Time more you owe a friend truer lie will think of you A great many IMISOHS olberxvlso nil right have s tneihliK the matter with tlulr Ktecrin apparatus When It storms WHIIP of us do not piwtjioin crotuli on nccouut of the ivcatbcr The niaa who really knows more llama of time vorld never lets the of tp wt ri l suspect Tho IUAII talks n great dual ren Jy cant br rsiutiid to keep till v 73tr 4i the of f 9f IIt our the t t 7A ff II Ci tt f FC t d I rest y rest 0 tuba words I r at iR S y rt- r rt FMM ETR1GGE- NTRAL POINT ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON CORRESPONDED bY OICllA4tI1 SOLfCITE matter must not l c reprinted with out special permission SOME FALSE ECONOMIES Some of the worst blunders that are ninde by tillers of the still and thosn cngngcd In animal husbandry are the renult of pniclUing shortsighted ini tial economlus the attempt in save In first coat followed by Increased losses iHler on To this class of economies belong the purchase of scrub or client grade sires for the dairy or beef herds use of poor seed on high priced land when good seed casting a half more would give three times the crop return the use of wornout nod dilap idated machinery nod tools when money would be made by the use of those now nod up to dale the plod thug along in the same old rut in time ilnlry without Habcock tester or create Mpnrator when money could be monde by the liMO of both the refusal to immure spreader or other limber sav ing devices which would make possi ble a maximum ulilixaiion of the ous fern resources tutu lastly the use of the old played out fuel wash hug stove null furnace when the new would do vastly bettor work at n mini mum consumption of fuel This is but a partial list of false economies hat enough have been mon tluted to suggest a prolilable line of thought This fault stay he summa rised in the statement that time trouble lies in holding the copper or nlrkel so close lo ones eye It ruins ones perspective of the real value of things nUll obscures the distant dollar or eagle that might be made were a more In telligent and enlightened policy adopt ed SOME SILO ADVANTAGES many sections of the corn bolt Curing the IOTXI few months corn has nut only Kpututi rrtno being icn nrnie Held as a renh heavy Sums which male husking Impossible lint consid erable uiiitlilcs of that which was rrlbbed nisei spoiled because It WitS not properly dried out when stored limit that corn which was cut In season and put In the silo was smite not only from frost damage but from possibil ity of rot and mildew as well There ought to be a suggestion In this nil too general situation for the farmer who would combine the best Inteltlgencu with brawn In his farming operations There IK no debating the question that the silt offers both the safest and thin most economical method for handling this great ccroal staple of the country it is nuns too early now tn begin mak lug punts for a silo If rote contem plates installing one next fall as a study of plans and types of silos should be made while a visit to sev eriil fnruiSj where they are In operation coupled with inquiries nmde of the owners as to their expo dunce with them would be time very well spout The greatest agricultural leak iu the country today is time result of time present careless methods of handling the corn crop Time use of time silo offers the best way out THE LAWING CHAP We have In mind n fellow who Is everlastingly at law about something or other Tart of the time it Is lie fancies he has been wronged in some way by those with whom he lies had dealings while the rest of the time he is a defendant In suits brought by his fellows who feel that he bus been MI offender in an attempt to get what did not belong to him While seemingly u strong believer in the law as n correct rve of the Ills from which folks suffer and n generous contributor toward the maintenance of Its machin ery now and then is hauled Into court for open violation of the statutes It goes without saying that this chap n mighty disagree bh person tp get along with his rating as 9 titan bcjng HVtfy below par In the family as wet as hr the community III which he live He makes rich plucking for the law yers who mire the only ones who art the gainero from lljp squabbles and mutts iu which he becomes Juyolved THE STRAWBERRY BED In view of the fact that strawberries are among he most delicious of the garden fruits It sank strange that more folks do tint have a pate to the family table anti If the be tints well to sell to the neighbors The plants should be set Iu from two anti onehalf to three and feet apart depending upon whether the hill or row system of culture la foIloxvjHl while the plants should bo from one ate onehalf to two apart In the row depending somewhat upon the variety The bod should while there is sufficient moisture In the ground should be given fre quent cultivation and kept free from weeds and watered It the rainfall is riot sufficient If the plants are not real thrifty nil blossoms should be snipped off the treason the plants set out When n bed has produced two full crops It should bo plowed np some legume sown to give tho land a rest ThIs the buy- n url I limit I it of Ill I rows be- Get sand t 1 7 4 J t t successful because supply oue hal fee art r HOW SHE KEEPS BEAUTIFUL The Mystery Solved Like the flowers that bloom in tho the t budding into womanhood ia an inspiring sight anti she is usually sin She so long as her health and conititu tion remain Let her bo nervous have backache sleepless how soon duos it for wrinkles crows feet and dark circles to appear in the faco Her checks were rosy until she began to suffer from womans weaknesses tho recur and drains brought her quickly from time beautiful age to tho middle ego It was not meant for women to suffer is due to our unnatural civilised methods of living and to time feet that so many neglect tmnll ills which foon up to larger once Nothing period when sIlO condition that can bo easily cured No woman should take im com pound for that will disturb digestion i becomes hard t ia contact with alcohol rendering tho food She must go to Nature fcr a cure native Indiaus of early tunes were far from when called a marvelously effective moth cinch Squaw root whnt tho physicians of our called or Cohorh This and Black Coholi Goldon Seal Ladys Slipper and Unicorn root are ingredients of a wonderfully ancceas in modern times Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription of women in Dr Pierco soon found that a extract of these roots with llydrastia or and Ladys root combined in just proportions made the tome cure tho complaints of women Whero women suffered from backache weak ness nervousness and lack of it was usually duo to functional trouble therefore prescription directed at the cause per cent of such cases That is why Pierce soon it in n easily to be nil over the head to that is the that afflicts some women at stated periods backache dizziness and pains unbearable An hon est a safe remedy which no woman can afford to opportunity of for the euro of complaints which weaken a womaua vitality is Dr Piercca Favorite Pre Dr Pierco not assures that his Favorite Prescription is honestly made but ho you know it contains Tho best of medical authorities recom mend and extol tho virtues tho ubovo MatQria Medica Bennett Col lugo Chicago of Seal It an Important In disorders of tho catarrhal conditions Of Ladys Slipper root ho says nervous con ditions depending upon disorders of the female organs pain etc Prof John King In tlio DISPKXSV TOUV says of lllack Cohosh root This is a active powerful and useful remedy a very Important part In diseases of women incident to woman hood In it is surpassed no other drug being of greatest utility in con ltd action Is slow but Its effects nro For headache whether congestive or from or it Is promptly curative of Conn Editor of tho Department of tics says of Uni corn root Ifcoitliw ViOlet ono of tho chief Ingredients of Dr Fkrcos Favor Ho Proscription A remedy which In acts as a uterine and always favors a winch activity of tho entire system cunnot 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