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Record Advertising Costs NotHIng It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates t li r g lJ KrnIIDmgoo ItVOL XII NO 35 GREENVILLE THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1910 50c PER YEAR INKY ADVANCEr The Lazy Child In many ways the world is grow ing less cruel For this we must largely thank the scicntiffic spirit which is daily recognised more and more of the affairs of life which be long to its department It is com ing into fashion not to Kick the man who is down but to commit tee to inquire into why he is down and that leads naturally to helping him This new method is to welcomed most of all as it bears upon the destines f little children The new scientific pedagogics no longer divides children summerily into good and bad stupid and clever On the contrary it takes close cognizance of the wonderful relation between mind and bony stomach and brain and learns thereby that prsonst and above all children are much more naturally divided into the sick or the well the hungry or the fed the weak or the strong Both in this country and in Europe investigations of the matter have been made with significant re suits One fact proved by them is that there is no such thing as a lazy child The normal child is interested alert bright minded full of waking curiosities about the world into which he has come and an almost unquench able physical vivacity What then is the matter with the little inert stupid dulleyed creatures forever at the bottom of the class who never put a questions or seem to pass a given point The matter is that they arc ill Some of them are hungry and it is as hopeless to cxpect a child to study well when he needs food as it would be to expect a fire that needs fuel to burn well The hunger may be due to an actual lack of food or may be that the teeth are in such poor condition that the child cannot aniLthcrctore does not digest needs x Some of the children cannot hear well and some cannot sec They do not complain because they do not know what is the matter They ac cept constant rebuke and defeat with the dum mystification of Many of them have never drawn one natural breath since their birth owing to the presence of tonsils and adenoids These children never with their fellows until all these hinderances have been removed Some recent investigations made by a French physician show that among wellnourished children only nine teen per cent have physical defects while among the poorly nourished over sixty per cent suffer from these defects This question of feeding is being met in many cities both here and abroad by the supplying of a sub stantial luncheon either free or at normal cost Deal at home as much as possible your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property Some time ago an educator ex patiated upon the poetry of mathc matics and strove to show that hexa meters lay hid in hexagons carols in calculus ballads in binomial theorems and rhythm in everything He made out a plausible case and no doubt added a new pleasure to school life Now comes another professor from the learned Univer sity of Copenhagen with a theory of the charm and romance of gram mar He does not admit that it is a study He places it with the sports of the playground He ad mits that it is a profitable activity for youths but calls it rather too fascinating and useless to be classed as a study But as the children adore it the teachers must put up with it as a necessary evil This is adroitness wInch overdoes itself By suggesting its fascinating uselessness the professor hopes to popularize grammar We can im agine students interested in the dis coyery of the vast and perfect theory l Fii 1 calla p I 0 endowedwith CI if hv 3 1 3 J1Qm r CntltltY sntt gt 1 j i I compete- i t I I i j t l Buildup 3 1f D j I 3 l 1 fl 1 l P lr4i fA T t t y a bet a e t tit ri a e t the f r d toAy I od offs r ignorance a enlarged I F o a t r g 3 a a r t o Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Farm 1 year 50 Uncle Remus Magazine 1 year 161 Good Housekeeping I year 151 Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TilE RECORD I year 50 Total Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly of an exact science like mathematics where new and more wonderful open at each turn Our earth and our solar system and other unseen but accurately calculated sys tems are related to mathematical science Astronomy is mathematics poetry is mathematics music is pure mathematics but grammar lies Its charm Who shall make harmonious its irregularities Who can bring concord into the Will this ever be Not till that millennium when as has been said the plural noun shall lie down with the singular verb and a little conjunction shall lead them Sentence Sermons Moral paralysis often passes from patienceCrooked people talk much about characterIt to be patient with wrong Prudery easily becomes the enemy dt purity The man with no aim is soon able to boast of hitting it Merry to others is possible only iV t tit lli cannot warm with gingerbread on the front No man ever loved a great good without hating that which stood in its way The bigot is always blind to the difference between toleration and indorsementIf whittle your conic tions down men will sogn sec your real motives Whether you will ever be free de pends on the use you will make of your freedom No man goes far forward who has not strength of will to break down at timesWhen the life is shifty as the sands the creed is sure to be proud of being like a rock easily lose more through daily indifference than death can take from us at the end We have no right to condemn the vicious as long as we make the path of virtue so hard Religion may be like art the people who plants the pictures do not belong to the art clubs Religion would be a tame affair to many but for the chance to fight their friends in the cause ot truth The man who has the habit of condemning himself in meeting is not likely to be rewarded with praise in heaven THE RATE TO CHICAGO 1EDUCED Notion Route Anomces New of Fares Oae Way and loKii Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good thirty days 16 are offered exceptionally good ser vice the Monon winch on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the finest modern new coaches In queries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Club Offer dist profitable i yOU your house Ve S returning insteadof b ver Jr rtr l 1 e Spedal cot cries Wherein subjunctive Scked 1 CTRIC AND yECHQh HUSINKSS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and free 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 on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your represents the best plant in territory selections appreciate laundrywork andshe hMIMM Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that you umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When need painting every days delay costs you money sun rain now ate retting work Lumber costs much to for want of a little paint It costs leu to we good than to go with out it We u e nothing but good paint on out work WHITE ICMLS Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine And the expensive color The kind of paint we use never cracks or scale only wear will remove it Let u ure with jo when paint We a fint dnu and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Our buildings 4 r r r meat ready to rod too- td AiR FR off- Orien L Roark sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade any branch Very Serious It a very serious motto to ask for oe medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine B Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation in and liver trouble is established It does not Imitate other m dicin It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a ale than all others IN TOWN bus in BLACK J cr combined- s TOLD F2 0 firmly Learn tlcruklljr coming v Iroce nl how to u Simple pr c thai full of piitnrrt Sam pie ropy If you Ihli rap 1 OH a year 8nmpnnti Pub Co t si Dotton stun alt tool free name Ilea EtZ RIrtANen1MPCUANIC Ira nla armeWreerytaly the PhntnlrR h7 rrr101r AitsxICAN nib plan hue crllklsm questions Ikacoe St nostuu Mail i hrtrresn 1llUru4N1r11Ylexllttlt nciutiful pl tares ly coatatI4 an- serelt Sample ces free If flume tttoe tldsapcrt C R4PNy 0 RttOtb DR J W BARLOW L ca 11 E7 9 Bridge Work Jtfnc ut reasonable prices v- OOlcc up Htcitrn In UioJ noamdl Ung ivllle Ky DR T J SLATONF- MtyMiclnti nnd Burgeon Ofllcc street near Miln street 16 CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffi- ceIn Green Bnildiof opposite Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mainrcrbcs Street Tctcplione No 7S Monon RteIIKTWBEN N Louisville and Chicago IIBST LINK TO I J California and Vast Nqnthwcst Ai Two trains dully j French Lick and Nest UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DRAltnORN STftjioN CHICAGO Dining and ParlqrGflrs Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D PA N W Cor 4th and Mnrlces LOUISVILLE StY or chronic fheumatisiflC In no irfternal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size sac HEAVY DE KALB I LLi KANSAS CITY MO AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND IIARNESS Crown and yo II the 1 More than nine out ff i pjr I suchcases 0 Ira Inln cross WADE GRAY taKe de I Dadest Springs Rhi ii trve c 1 b N muscles due to coati orc certain OFiIb REVOLVING STRON4 RE uoaatea rap KRIri IOR Vple s L B TENS Q NO 270 We ship nl vehicles Direct from our Factory C O I to Consumer to l ftec trial It isof the greatest importance to the Globe Co to have one who deals with us a pleased and Satisfied Customer No is to make such excellent value in quality of workmanship finih and of vehicle Lasting Advertisement nnd many orders in return If we you by nn honestly made buggy niul at a price less the Middlemans you will Guarantee as toonr customers as it would be to n denIer If oodnaro not as resented your money Is returned to you You nke no risk- VciitanufnctnrclionestVelilclc8 nnd Harness uivoaur cuxlomera money lll ordera WrSto for our Free Iluy and harness Catalogue GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY We Ask You to take Cardul for your femalt troubles because we are suro it will help you Remember that this great tomato remedy 1 effort n brill It us lro tt our oodi to Our goad I I j I TWO IN ONE e material fsabsohdeiv MMLL Mr I VINE 1Jf VI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pans female many have said It Is tho best medicine to take Try U I Sold in This City w I weakness 11 t THE liNGs c c6 s JlkXiXJiCIKXllUi IJliJliZJIIIJdi cXIXiltII1IEi a Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters etc and the inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck 2fU HIDifHIUCC CjXCIcC IjIXoCciJICICifICICIC UiXIX aa e s lf TM L r clay most DR KINGS NEW FOR COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMONIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand I then was advised to try Dr Kings New Diicovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tenn PRICE 50c AND 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists x DISCOVERY AND t14 II r AND II tt ti LUNGSs z yr J I I M S FEMCEVery CUM Utah Complete 60 cheaper ttuta ntttlnr I catalog tboloc felt ttattot lot U pftricSurDrcscoBizaninKMM I Greenville Hardware Grocery Company WE BUY WOO f i ire CUM Utter fee Iks tjeits K ctaausw acrctab RtfcrtKK say bask U LoomiHe We tarnish WMlitjiFtteU OK shifters Write br price list LKUTillc COUCH AND CURE THE LUfy aDd I Moo KILL THE I QS face better fur Ilea ctsy fF Elicit Dakrs zawmhed if sABEL SONS to rasa WITH New Discovery FOR Dr Kings cOUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED NEW YORK CLIPPER18 THE GREATEST THEATRICAL S SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 C ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd ALBERT J HOME JUXAOM PUHLISHKIIS 47 W asm ST 2iiw YOU mDUBLES- White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE J8 i PaleFaced Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions dark circles under drawn features and tired worn out expressions you need a tonic The tonic you need is Cardui the womans tonic It is the best tonic for women because its ingredients are specifically adapted for womens needs They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and to the wornout frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains no min erals no iron no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan gerous or habitforming drugs of any is and for young and old to use 1v ai svi Sii Kit en i ets at tr s 5Ricwsr s a t safes laKe J43 ISfyCrlfltllliaa OF l CURES D tA U I The Woman s Tonic i 1Zk writes Mrs Hilliard of Mountainburg Ark I took Car dui on the advice of a and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it Urftea Ladles Advisory Dpt Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens for Spend Instructions acdMpajjc for scat free After my doctor had done all he said he could for me Vm troubles for years but since taking it I am in good health I1 rt a I The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of S for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra COlt regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much belter manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes slippers etc complete equipment lot sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stant study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Thr public is gives a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine iEugrnhittg 1tnt4iur anent m wrappers had 7f T frl f r 7 t t 1ffrauth S f 4 f p r 1 0 THE REtORDJ Au Independent Newspaper nT RECORD FllfSSI s r roottsucnettrnsnxzs KircProglilont ea OlllEN L Secretory Hon I OKIKN b KOAKK IMHTOR Longinstance Telephone No 72 OAo In new annex roar of store ground nor I 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TKRMH Th pried of tlir IH pnya lit in advance and when the time expired- in wWeii It U paid the paper will be stopped Card of thanks obituary notices rte If not longer thnn ten Iturs will ItvpntillMhcd free A of 5o i er line will lie mndc fur HIICCCCI tug lines No variation of this rule to canyon Prvo sample copies will lie malted Advert iHementa will be Inserted A rule will lo furnished on request all communication arid make nil re mltunaes payable to RECORD IKKSS- Ureenrllle Ky THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1910 Entered at the GnenrlHc Kypo8tofllce as matter DK FORIIRS WINSIOW of London asserts that all the world is going crazy He should consult a doctor of slender means will be glad to learn that they can purchase radium now for only 2100000 an Jusricn is swift and sure in Kans as A druggist who killed a titan with the wrong prescription was fined 35 and costs is instituting courses of instruction in hdusekeeping for young women who may some day be brides The rest of the country ought to stop joshing Pittsburg As a beautiful example of temper ing justice with mercy we commend the kindly way in which the federal courts arc not hurrying the sugar trust officials to prison after convic THE registration in Louisville shows 20200 Democratic 12400 Republican and 8300 Independent The growth of the ihpependent vote is startling amounting to about one fourth of the total 5hEAT BRITTAIN has a scheme to horsepower the ma aLruuud UMU rrrosrneavuy Americans who are a bit slow in crossing the boulevards will now feel that Great Britain lives up to its first name SHAREHOLDERS of the Standard Oil company last week benefited by the distribution of another oi those popular 6000000 dividends The total for the year will 40 000000 As Mr Rockefeller holds about 25 per cent of the stock his share will be 10000000 There fore the usual announcement of an advance in the price of anger but it cannot alarm him THE economical drawbacks to a great city were clearly shown recent ly by Prof Benjamin Clarke Marsh of the committee on congestion in New York If we could distribute factories and population he said so that toilers could walk to their work New York would 10 000000 a year in carefares and still provide better housing than is pro video today and also save billions of hours time may be bet ter things to aspire to than to be mearely the biggest city in the world Science Notes There ate about seventy miles of tunnels in the Rock of Gibraltar The South Wales coal field pro duces about onefifth of the 265000 ooo of coal mined annually in the United Kingdom An electric motor of 10000 horse power is being built in England for use in a steel mill The worlds output of last year was nearly 100000 tons than the year before More than twothirds of the na tivcs of China arc agriculturists using methods centuries old It takes about fifty pounds fish a day to supply the of a six months old walrus Belgium has enacted a law many safeguards around the use ot paints containing white lead Only about one in every thousand married couples lives to celebrate the golden wedding anniversary Spain proposes to construct a continuous highway 1674 miles tong to attract touring automobilists About 600000 penguin eggs are gathered from nearby islands and sold for food in Cape Colony each year r o O l 1 card J I iI PHltSO S ounce If t P TSIIURG l 4 j tiun I LJ i according to their I i1 coalmay u u cut out There H tons it c greater 1 If J c 1 1 et It 1 0 d 4 parr has s Address t second ataoa f t 1 auto lobiles lstf htghest graded r aggregate i Y a a A s f afresh appetite r throwing a i k E A WARNING TO GIRLS Lucindy Says to be Rich is No Sin But You Must Come by it Honest Girls Must Not Marry Bankers Killlor Uticnini 1 received the letter forwarded in time to answer it this week It was from a bachelor shall have to wait until next week to tell your readers what I said to him The banker and his claim my attention this week Me is a banker in an adjoining crazy to marry He ignored my statement in my opening letter that none need apply who live outside of this county Hut his excuse for writting was of such a nature as to load me to answer his letter 1 called his attention to the tact that 1 would not marry a man outside of Muhlcn berg county and that a banker would be among the last men I would think of marrying I set them down as usury takers as money sharks who could never be saved I called his attention to the rich man spoken of in the bible who died and was and in hell he lifted up his eyes being in torment Now I dont being rich is a sin if we came by our riches honestly Some men are born rich they have hcired a fortune and if the father or giver came by his riches honestly well and good If he came by them through dishonest means I do not hold the heir as being responsible He is responsible only for the way he uses them The bible says It will be easier for a camel to go through a needles eye than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of heavenMost girls will jump at the chance a rich man no matter as to his character or age They think only of his money and how they will spend it in traveling and seeing the world and having a good time History shows us that not one of these girls are happy they started out wrong self was all they thought of the poor and needy they never think of thus husband and wife live die and go to hell at last ing business as run to mstuutionsTSpon the vorlcf ever known While it is a to those who have money it is the greatest curse to poor people to the age It is a school in which dishonest principles and means are practiced To illustrate The law makes six per cent a lawful interest upon money but the banks evade the law and often twelve or fifteen per cent and in advance at that and nearly all of those short loans arc to poor men Is not that robbery Is it not usury Is it notoppressvive Is it not dishonest Is it not criminal These things are done under the forms of law but woe unto ye bank kers not one of you men but what will reap your reward in hell Banks are a curse to the poor The poor man if his family has been sick and he has been kept from his is compelled to borrow twenty dollars to bridge over with just as I knew a poor only a short time ago to have to do He went to a bank borrowed twenty dollars gave a giltedge note for 60 days the banker took the note and counted to him nineteen dollars Was not that oppression Was it not usury which is so fearfully con demned in the bible Was it not evading the law Would a law abiding honest man do such a thing No no That banker was a member of a leading church in his town Dont tell me that that man can get to heaven Hell is now such men So I turned that banker down for two reasons First he does not live in this coun ty Second he is a banker and sure of hell unless he quits the business or turns over a new leaf and makes his bank a blessing to all alike by adopting honesty quit evading the law quit robbing the poor quit A bank organized and run on such principles would be a blessing to any community and would soon lake away from all these skinning machines called banks their customers and they would soon close up Mr Editor the only way to rect these evils are to give us square deal Let us have just one term in the legislature one term in congress and we will show to the world that rightness doeth truly exalt a nation But just as long as we women are kept in slavery just so long will usury and money sharks oppress the down trod I tome merchant- I buried tt ofmarrying L s tne has blessing known collect workand than crowdedwith takingusury hoe women- a poor proposition county believe r J poor i den As for me I shall do all with my poor ability to educate the young in the right against the wrong As for those old money sharks they are joined to their idols so you need not expect of them any relief We must look to the young and see to it that they arc educated in truth in honesty ih patriotism in virtue in sobriety in benevolence in true Christianity and the doctrine as laid down in the golden unto others as you would have them do to you Very respectfully LUCINOY OVKKTAKFK CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance regulating the sale of Soft Drinks in the City of Greenville and imposing a license tax thereon The City Council of the city of Greenville do ordain as follows Sec i It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation to sell barter loan give offer or for sale in the City of Green vine any soft drink fermented or unfermented as an ingredient thereof alcohol or any principle thereof in any quantity without having first procured from the City Clerk a license so to do as hereinafter provided Sec 2 Any person firm or selling or desiring to sell soft drinks in the City of Greenville of the kind and character described in Section i of this Ordinance shall first apply to the City Clerk for a license so to do by written applica tion giving the character of soft drinks to be sold and the location of the premises where such drinks arc to be sold and the location of the premises where such drinks arc proposed to be sold and upon the payment to the Clerk of an annual license fee of 50000 therefor he shall issue to the person so applying an annual license so to do to be known and designated as a Soft Drink License Sec 3 Any person firm or engaging in the sale bar ter or loan of such soft drinks de scribed in Section i of this Ordin ance without having first procured a Soft Drink License so to do as is prbvidedin 4l11lift TRli Mb lCCU bU wt J V isdemeanor and upon thereof shall be fined 10 for each offense and each sale shall con stitute a separate offense Approved Oct 3 1910 J LAM Mayor OKI EN L ROARK Clerk The fly screens have been put away The ice cream freezer too And the electric fan is still It has no work to do And soon with scuttle in my hand Ill in the cellar pear shall find my coal Was all burned up year The owner of department stores in New York and Philadelphia has telegraph in both so that patrons on vessels approaching port can do their shop ping before they land Fall lace Meeting aril Louisville Horse Skew LMisville Ky Oct 1st to 22nd 1911 ruleDo expose andcontaining corporation conviction V Andprobably h installedwireless apparatus n corporation last 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 3othto Oct ist limited to Oct 24th Tickets sold Oct 6th 8th i3th i5th and 22nd limited three days from date of sale Tickets sold Oct loth and nth limited to Oct lytb On 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 vine at 259 p m Oct land Re turning special train will leave Louisville at 1115 p m 23d Tickets will be sold at the rate of for the round trip good only on the above trains Grand Lodge Masons Louisville Oct 1820 1910 sale date Oct 17 18 and t limited for return Oct 32 Fare for round trip 420 W G CRAWFORD Agent Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state boo 19 Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection FLOWERS on Design Work POI Send your order to the Greenhouses in PRINCETON AT All orders ivca prompt attention JOHN L RACKCBRANDT Mr We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Yi A Iis cll carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained Its titter being a small hunk of sunshine than a big bank of fog J BlAKWrll ROARK E GENERAL INSURANCE writes all Kinds of farm and city property that rr FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BIACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY lien l 1 Jn100 tJIIaNf i i ryou wan I VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONERY I I wee the 1Recora AcE rci ARCOURTCOuisvilkK r MANUFACTURING ENGRAVEs Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent Qualitywith 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 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 and Use of Paints aod Finishes the only com plete pilot book ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated table paintor stainwe because we SelectIon THE ACME r Subscribe for 7e Record Only SOc I llir r t t ff MAvV MUHLENBE SAVINGS Greenville Appreciating past patron age solicit a or part of future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier GREENYKUE HEHTO6KY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan U Martin R T Martin E J C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr x The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management DEF OV KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and belter selected than ever in our history VVc carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated mili Jjr We just added an Undertaking Department to our i business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas M Orders in this line given prompt Jj and careful attention any hour day or night Telephones Store Ho 1 Np Ho I or 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO Ihi JM DEPOY KENTUCKY v- fL m A New Newspaper A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville made its appearance 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news Republican in politics but fair to Devoted to the countys social moral educational indus trial and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A fret want and exchange column for use of all of subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supcrvi ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his old and to serve them when needing anything in the job line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Out prices arc tight Satis faction guaranteed r il JI or 40 1A 1 i i1 t ft t f COUNTY BANK K i we our L r l j TllI BANK C t 1h l 2 iiI j pw P pP Pp IIw pIII r Tile BRIDGfS SHANNON j IHi E I t j j 0 J wl ibi laO i j V to i j f ii J e t b0 Implements dOOOSmi clkSM t 1J 1 11 i m tItIM n t Undertaking Departmentm hive m kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also a Hcarseij in on call anywhere J m OJ No fiforo cr rpp gt c zoe e i i j APRIL I yo I i yearandworth I t i t Icustomers t t f I t n A K r r 1 4 r- 4Tomi i 1 1 r oar 3 f u e S FIRST NATIONAL 41 Pur car t r i r fl4 1I t Co tie b 1h1 h W 1 1 f la ai stir i tl t r j have service 11Y1iill 1 t MUII11NBkG SENTINEL9 9 everybody itti t JI Itt Jjbsolutely 4 s 1Puie THE HELPERS 11Y 1IKNUY VAX DYKK henry Van Dyke linn been ini fi or of 111 om tare nl Irliitituii iiHlvomlty IWtf Ho wnn IHHII Nov ID IBM nwl linn writ ton lusty roHjrtow Lots tit well us ninth lH ftry high ort He WHM Aworitsm mrer to the Ci lv rwlij of IPOSM that lumvtlt fnmi nu l to re cuc nuolker- TnrntHh toward his fiml He nrrlvo In lNt taut Ujr tlH foolimtli- of niei lioJ W He that tuketli u tko b nlH of thoAtliiKiin- Iiffhtcnt i li lus own kmd The will put his nrmi UHilonunxtli him Hi Hltnil iciin u i ii tlif Lord that pciVetli com forcible wonta to mOHrmr- rllcnlctli hi own lie art In bin time of RrUf they will return to inewbrAiicc will uic thorn fur kale Mf that car Hi r r the Irk ttntulQi- lWatcbrili nut Alone Tlicrenn tints in the darktHNts togatlier Anti the tbir1 Is the Lord Give us your job work Circus today and tonight lead the soft drink license Needles for all sewing machines at RoarksIndian summer weather is almost due Ttijst at the of the season we See ad of lUckebra Princeton in this issue Mr W H Gray was in Louisville on business this week Mr T O Jones was in Louisville on business last week Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold The lake water is getting fine again and will soon require no ice Mr D J Duncan was here from Louisville spending a few days with his family See our special clubbing offer limited to November r Misses Bessie Morgan and Ethel Jarvis were in Louisville the last half of the week Mr Robt Hardison Jr spent a few days in Louisville this week attending to business affairs Have Barkley Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss Mrs F K Jamison Miss Eula Jamison and Mrs R O Pace were in Louisville shopping last week Yesterday was Columbus day and the 418 years intervening have ad ded to the tame of our discoverer See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Fires have been pleasant during the week but the cool weather came later this season than for many years First and only show of the season will be here today Luigi Bros shows giving afternoon and night performances Give your job printing orders to TimE RECORD Johnnie Melvin the 13 months old son of Mr and Mrs Wm Eisc hide died at their home at Hillside last Sunday from diptheria and was buriedat the Dovey graveyard Quail are said to be more abund ant this season than for a long while The hatching season was favorable and farmers are beginning to realize the benefit of birds and are protect ing them c e o of toe I UfO lit J 9 t wild lit I G j flIt rUe I t I I f f I e I t u i J a t t j i t i J 6 A r J 1 1 IIt c J k W it tt tl f 10i Id I I IeRule- S slut a n aria i kill hla- e 4 1 i tIn g1u y I a tint sea l1 r close gota shbw lbrist- I r 1 l i r t d J w a I r y ktr t a 1 1 r CIF 4 the most valuable in dient the active principle to Grapesdelicious grt IOYAI Insures wholesome and V delicious food for every day In every home NO ALUM BakingPowder 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 Mr Herman Sumner of Bcvicr is in Chicago on business this week Mr Chas W Roark has been confined to his home for several days suffering from slight fever Greatest labor saver ever invented can be seen at Roarks Typhoid fever is prevalent in all sections of the county and is of a Virulent type causing anxiety in many households Bird hunters are paying attention to gun and dog and will have in trim for the season which opens in a month Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold Jbhh William is the s latest aciq tion to the home of Mr and Mrs G C Morgan this the first being born last Wednesday night Rev F K Lewis left this week for Cloverporl his new station and carrying with him the very best wishes of his congregation and a wide circle of friends u I boy everything i Foi firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Uarbour Head Misses Louise Helen Purycar left the latter part of the week for Cincinnati where they will take instruction on the piano at the Conservatory of Music Frankfort is making big prepara tions for the entertainment of the National Conference of Governors which convenes in the capital of Kentucky on November 29 Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkley Bros do this work in best manner Rains last week did mucn damage throughout the Ohio and Green river valleys Muhlenberg suffered considerably as thousands of acres of land were badly washed Rev G P Dillon and wife here from Clovcrport yesterday and are occupying the Methodist church parsonage where they will remain for at least one year Mr James Powell has produced the prize beet of the season up to the present showing as he has one which weighs iS j pounds and is 26 inches in circumference For piano in Apply to Mrs J W Vomberg telephone No ifj a Central City Ky 529 Madisobville now has three new 1911 models They arc the first machines thcre but the interest is universal almost and many more machines will be it is predicted Farmers are making all readiness possible for the visits of Jack Frost which arc being looked for now at any time There would be small damage but some corn would be blighted if a heavy frost were to fall right l I Wickliffe and saleSquare t itl li 3 ii j7 arrived Greenville automobiles sold now October gave a party The leaves by hundreds came The Ashes Oaks and Maples and leaves name The Sunshide spread a carpet and ev was grand Miss Weather lead the dancing Iro fessor Wind the hand Motion to Inquire Into Sanity of Arthur Miles The attorneys for Arthur Miles who was sentenced to death for the murder of Bessie Stith arc asking that the prisoner be remanded to the Hopkinsville Asylum for the or that he be tried in Green Ky to determine his sanity where they aver he was tried in 1901 and first sentenced to the asylum from which place he was released as cured says the Louisville Herald The motion of the attorneys was overruled by Judge Gregory and the date for the inquest set for Oct 27 when the murderer will be pre sented before a jury in the Criminal Court Should he be declared sane he will stand trial on November 2 Young Girl Suicides By Stepping in Front of Train Cora the daughter of Mr Joe Petty of Lucrnc was killed by a special train on the I C railroad near the Liucrne station about 1030 oclock yesterday the track just in which was running at Spaed and the body was mangled in a horro lying manner The supposition is that the girls act was intentional and that she committed suicide There are several causes assigned for the Most flues are in need of being overhauled for the winter season Call on Uarklcy Bros who will do the work and in best Mrs Zorah Eblen who killed her husband Bain W a promin ent business man at Henderson be cause she believed him to be guilty of inexcusable moral offenses with her negro cook has been set free by the jury Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estate of Ray Martin deceased are notified to present the same properly proven to me for adjust ment W II GRAY Admr The Greenville Coal Co is mak ing extensive improvements to its Powderly property Many new residences have been built this and the tipple is being overhauled track scales have been installed new machinery placed and other conveniences Call on Leslie Hale to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco f3 The Ladies Missionary Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will observe their W B M Day Sunday evening at 730 Oct 30 at the church All are invited to come Besides other interesting features there will be a dialogue title Versus the Right Way got ten up by Mrs Felix Rice who is an adapt in ths art of entertaining As Told in the Hills was given by one of the W F Mann compan ies at the opera house last Saturday night and the play was well receiv ed by one of the largest audiences that the house has enjoyed This was the opening attraction and the management is elated over the pat ronage extended Many good plays are booked and the season promises to be a brilliant one THE RECORD sot per year ofstay crything It Insane J II it il trots f goo rashact reasonably manner summer pro tied next IJi4 7 1rUp r i 7 t q vine 15year old morn said bleu now etc Jlarccflus Brizendine Dies iicoaviUc lust one of its most ami ptomihing young men when Mr Marrcllus llriondhie died at S yesterday morning at the home of his mother Mrs Belle Mmemliue after an illness of ten flays front fever For some months Mr llrizendinc has been in Owens how in charge of the window dress ing anti cord advertising department of the S V Anderson Co store He recently completed course in school in New York and was making gratifying progress in his responsible position to the delight of his of friends When he returned here he was iti serious condition and for some days there had been little hope that he would recover bu his death was never theless a distinct shock to every one The funeral will be held at 2 oclock this afternoon conducted by Dr Henderson pastor of the Presbyterian church and interment will be in Evergreen cemetery con ducted by the local lodge of the Modern Woodmen of America of which deceased was a member The mother brothers and sisters have the deepest sympathy of all as the death has cast gloom in every home Mr Charles Y Reynolds Dies Tuesday Afternoon Tbc city was shocked Tuesday afternoon when it became known that Mr Charles Reynolds was dead He had been in a serious condition for more than a week following a minor operation and subsequent col lapse und for several hours after the attack it was considered certain that he would die But he rallied and while his progress toward re covery was very slow his condition Tuesday had been more favorable than at any tim He was consci ous had strength to handle himself and his condition was regarded by his nurse and physicians as favorable up until a few moments before dcrth came Urerrtic poison was the causeoiydeatrfrt 3aayQd3LA4litt hpine oj his Mrs Reynolds who was with her parents in Whitcfish Mont She is expected here tomorrow anti the burial will likely be Saturday The local lodge of the M W lotA will conduct the burial and the funeral arrangements will Be made and an nounced later Charley Reynolds was one of the popular men of the city was widely known and and his untimely death is the cause of great regret His wife father and family arc joined by all our people in their sorrow and all realize that a useful life has been cut short Death of Mrs R M Slaton News was received here yesterday of the dentin on Tuesday of Mrs R M Slaton of typhoid fever at her home in Evansville Interment was at Manitou yesterday afternoon Mrs Slaton was well known here where she and her family lived for some years and she was herea few weeks on a visit to relatives and friends She was an estimable Tobacco Samples Wanted I I a wide circle tI I l I l ago molar tt cluck C extremely lag a t r young related woman To those who have pooled in Mtihlenberg Co You are reques ted to get two hands each of leaf and lugs that will fairly represent your respective crop and deliver same to me at un Saturday Oct 22 1UIO in order that we nay submit SHIUC to prospective buyers for their inspection with a view of disposing of ail the pool on similar terms of sales of lust season llespeilfttlly 1 Doss Mgr School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f3 Speakers Wanted Rural voters are complaining that they are being neglected by the campaigners in that they are to furnish speakers Usually by this stage of the campaign almost schoolhouse has been the point of gathering for voters who listen to the issues of the campaign and the personal excellence of the candidates but this year this feature is entirely neglected 1 ever J1 Iforc 0 failing 4- r Killing at Powderly Last Saturday Night Klwood Campbell a well known colored man was killed at Powderly last Saturday night The shooting occured at the soft drink place of John Hawkins colored about mid night and Campbell received the contents of a shot gun and also one pistol ball The gunshot waS fired at such close range that there was only one wound a large opening in the heart region The pistol shot took cftect in the left side also Campbell lived until 5 oclock morning lie was buried here Monday afternoon John Hawkins and son Kusch were arrested on the charge of having fired the shots Hawkins was released qn 500 bond and his son gave a bond of 300 It is reported that Hawkins acknow ledges that he fired the pistol shot but in selfdefense while the boy denies having fired the gun There was a row in progress in the place over some women Burr Grist Mill My new burr grist mill is in oper ation call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and jl 28 J A SHAVER choppedcorn Sunday IT MAKES A GOOD WORKMAN TIRED- to have to work with poor or green lumber He knows he cannot make a good job no matter how hard he tries Have your lumber come from here and your workman will do twice the work and do it twice as well Thats the economy as well as of using the best lumber GREENVILLE MILLING CO Incorporated Hon Wm H Jones Republi can candidate for Congress in this district spent the greater part of last week in this county visiting all important points and making sever al speeches to the voters He spoke here at i oclock last Friday after noon and while the crowd was not a large one his address was received and made a good impression on all who heard it Mr Jones is well known in this coun ty and his many close friends who are caring for his interests to the fullest extent Claude Gibbs Dangerously III At Ne wata Okla The I O O F lodge at Nowata Okla telegraphed the local lodge here last Monday that Mr Claude Gibbs of Luzerne a member of the lodge here was at that place ill The officers here tele graphed instructions that all aid be extended but have failed to hear anything further although several telegrams have been sent Washout on L N The L N trains south on the Nashville and St Louts divisions were dcroutcrl through here last Thursday by way of the M H E and O N to Central City thence to Nortonville over I C This was made necessary by the washout of a section of track be tween Nortonville and Earlington 5H Licesse Oi Near Beer Near beer stump water molasses and burnt corn mead keg wash cider and the long string of drinks containing alcohol are not now to be had in town and the lid will re main on until some dealer takes out a soft drink license by paying into the city treasury the sum of 500 This will lessen the number of to sty the least Mr Chas Ingram died at his home in Murphysboro Ills at 930 oclock Monday morning from a complication of ailments incident to his age He was well known here where he had many relatives and where he made occasional visits Interment was at Princeton yester day afternoon where his laid to rest beside other members of his family He is survived by his wife KnW K tlcreLa t bodywas pf r C tt satisfaction FridayS F enthusiastically dangerously t t t dealers S S f WHEN YOU GET BACK HOME It is very pleasant to turn on the electric light and to know that you have no big bill to pay for light while you were away Electric wires dont leak like pipes Better have such a light hereafter All you have to do is to tell us You ought to have some of the other electrical con veniences as an elec tric iron an electric chafing dish and all sorts of other things Greenville Light Water Co iNconronvren OllSee Hours 78 IMS n m 1t 45 p in Phone Xo toosuch ft Wm L HARRIS DIES Prominent Merchant and Leading Citi zen Dies Saturday Afternoon at Home at Bancroft Mr Wm L Harris born Jan 14 1849 in Todd county died of cancer of the liver at his home in Bancroft at 4 oclock last Saturday afternoon after an illness that for several months had kept him to his home and from which no relief could be obtained For more than three years Mr Harris had been in business at Bancroft and no man had made and held more friends than he by an jolly disposition t i qtjr f I 1 auiC Uk yw w ods drawn around him illness he retained fully his spirit of cheerfulness and to the hundreds of people who called on him he always had had some remark of gladness and encouragement His position in the community will be hard to fill In 1871 he was married to Miss Fannie Lee Hester and to them there were ten children born eight of whom survive Elmer Charley Romeo and Miss Daisy at home Leslie and Timothy who live at Sharon Grove Mrs Leslie Meador who lives in Todd county and Mrs Chas Murphy who lives near Ban croftThe body was carried back to the old home near Sharon Grove last Sunday accompanied by friends and neighbors and Monday morn ing at 1030 oclock Rev G W Shugart conducted a funeral service at the graveyard following which interment was made with rites of the Odd Fellows of which order deceased had been an ethusiastic member for about 35 years There was an immense audience present both counties being liberally rep resented The widow and children are joined in their sorrow by a wide circle of relatives and friends Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Tofeacc Barr and Contents Buried Uncle Jim DeMoss a respected colored man who lives in the Friend ship section had the misfortune to lose his barn and this seasons crop of tobacco last Thursday night He had almost completed the firing of the crop and would have quit that night The wind carried sonic sparks among the weed and a great part of it being dry enough to catch the whole barn was soon enveloped in flame and quickly destroyed Uucle Jim is an industrious honor able man and his loss is a heavy blow to him and his misfortune will be a burden for him to over Miss Ethel Jarvis will be the hostess of a Kitchen Shower Saturday Oct 15 given in honor of Miss Bessie Morgan brideelect See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks confined r u ihis come It r tG0L tit ii c agreeable hoar y Duriii wl Y M C A NOTES On next Sunday afternoon at Y C A at 3 oclock Mr W G Duncan will speak on the subject Living Water Every man and boy in Greenville should hear this important subject discussed Be sure and come Last Sunday was a record in at tendance 45 were present to bear the excellent talk given by Prof Hayden You cannot afford to miss these meetings In the contests for the juniors last Friday night Jas Middleton won the fence vault with Felix Purycar and Gilbert Reynolds tied for second Felix Puryear won the potato race with Spencer a close second Jas Middleton won the standing broad jumping tad Gilbert Reynolds Next Friday night will be ing high jump stretch kick up Hand in your name before 5 p m on the evening of the if you desire to enter Notice for Ms The City Council of the City of Greenville will until Tuesday noon Oct 18 1910 receive sealed bids for the construction of concrete side walks for the following distances and in front of the following property in the City of Greenville as follows Main Street D F Harrison et al beginning with the property of Dr L Moore and running south wardly 160 feet on Trowbridge Street Jas F Shelton 110 feet on Cherry Street C E Martin exr of R Martin deceased 65 feet Said walks shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a workmanlike and of the material dimensions and in the manner provided by the Ordinances and laws of the City pf Greenville so made and provided Persons en tering into a contract for the con struction of said walks will be pre pared to make bond for the faithful performance of the same and costs of said construction will con stitute a lien on the property as is provided by law By order of the Council OKI EN L ROARK Clerk October 13 1910 Mrs Will Duncan will entertain the Friday Afternoon club Friday Oct 14 The guest of honor will be Miss Bessie Morgan who will be married Oct 17 Typewriter ribbons all machines at Koark8 Mr George Eaves returned this morning from Orlando Fla where was called last week to the bed side of his sister Mrs Minnie Alli son who is suffering from a compli cation of nervous disorders and who is in serious condition There was some improvement covery is hoped for by family and friends Invitations are out for a Kitchen Shower to be given Thursday after noon Oct 13 by Mrs Andrew Duncan in honor of Miss Bessie Morgan who will be married Oct U I i ijjO i1i hgot events fP u Y j t On 1 6itltt i manner f t 1 j t i u I t t f andre i tt f t 1 t9 tYi r 1r t the- M t 1 second stand 4 r the r the 17 tr Jkt aiCi 4 iture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrappers Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK cyt4 s1 t f i If I H c t ROA Wallpaper U Grave t FRUIT A Mpnificant Showing From Soil Onco Unproductive lu IfMiilbliifc sumo of the crops I w i on a 4tio mrf fruit nnd truck f nil in Maryland n wrt r In NatIon rl Stxkniau and Farmer tvganlu It as i a of tbff best examples of success t farming that van be found any v v In country It mnkee a i a alUeeat showing A soil once bar r i ami unproductive U a veritable i Costly and handsome new r in it imp have beoa erected About lo UTIV Aro quo In strawberries or 10000 pmrli tree have readied tiv nearing large Mok of ir piuius null l wl errii have lnvn c tubll hed a l vefiotaliJes flu lu Iniuioiift iiaiititlcH every Ecpcnsivo Soil Building ili Nnl humus us well as liii fowl aiul teal cn n wivo to IK a tii u pour coukl t luV l y brio inauun1 ll the from New York nod mylnir 275 I ton UlivenHl on time ci liu in the t nir of tbo farm This practice is s i toCowed by the owner and as uly sis wo eau estimate ha will us e itnti 1JOT not than 2 KiO teas of jur Cowpcaa are also grown ox t uivolv for sop ItnproveiutuiL Growing Strawberry Platt Tiie prominent feature of this iinn i stniwberri plant business tiiiyilve acres are now well vii matted rows ready for spring and from X lXX to TaiOOOO jhmt will be lifted from this A he transplanting is done in the fall t thing In row tbre nnd n halt feet i l rt staciiu twenty to i sclies in time row liter planting ht tOUR of ninnure per acre are over the All hand hoe 114 i done by eontnut tray 20 per rcra for the season For the Muskmelon Crop acres will be planted this year of Kden Oeni and Netted Irmji Hows live feet ajMirt and plants Ju tile row from eighteen to twenty f u Inches apart Before plnntintr the drills enriched l y the use of twelve tons of stable muuure j or nero SOBp of n containing rug unto It Ifl PEACH A VfJjordus Grower end Bearer of Im menso Crops Ilcre is one of the beat peaches on the entire list of Mictiignns choice writes K L of Michigan to Ornngo Judd Fnnucr Contrary to Its same It Is not large union thoroughly r 1JliR SUCCESS WITH r the Q 1 nat I J r j ill t i t fIi less t t most the tool trI ro twout four iiut4tl t are 111 or t f1i j JIlt 8 per l1los 1 m J l1IIA If1flooT w ulotlhaut oc i FINE loa i s tip cJ y Itt IIot1 2 sal flow It- t t 1 J e covered I 1 dist rows Seventy fvo and- y r x tutu Isla coat 4pt h lrarawdLtfo thr- r ail flue S l A t KAOLKlJ JIAMMOTU thinned and when on good soil It will attain a slae shout that of tho Early Cnnrfoitl The a most vlRarous grower with a btnntifnl dark green nUll glossy follaRC The fruit ha yellow flesh yel low akin with a lldit tln P of red on tho sunny side Jts quality Is unsur passed for all purposes It Is a good shipper and best of alt is a with consumers It is an annual bear or of immense crops and Is fast be the Michigan planters choice Trimming tho Peach Tree I Just open tho brandies as far as possible to make theta spread I think It a mistake to trim out the center slaughter It like a carpenter Some times your whole crop of buds is damn aged jtyjeopt on these Inside branches these bong more dormant you get your crop there If you have enough potash in your soil you will get just as good colored fruit on those Inside branches as outside Tho tree will get the weight of tho fruit on tho branches amid begin to bond then the sUn gets at It anil If yjm have potash and Iron in the soil they have more to do coloring the fruit tuna the direct raya of the sun S A Sillier New Jersey Fruit on tho Farm If one llvoi on n farm where there Is no fruit and one has but little time to fcimro for Its production we woukl rue ouiqtfml starling too first year with but varieties namely nipples ea will have passed before the first cvtip of apples It produced nn H i NH lifiird should lx started the first tbiiiK For Monte miss only too many varieties of apples iuoalil not be ylautod It Is host to confine our drone to n few of the time toted varieties and tatiafe more winter limn summer apples Iowa Iloiaeslcad trees combs t I I lit 00 throe peach- Y t strawberries tltr t cnr 10 f j J 9 JJ 7 S C 7 o I j C r r b r favorite- S tot J y a a wit I e t i Conzldering 4 a f Pie r t 1 t C a S I SMALL HOG HOUSES They Are a Means of Keeping tho Pits Healthy Until Ready For Market Since individual farrowing houses brave come Into use and proved n great boon to swino breeders It has been discovered thru these same houses rare admirably ndnpted to sheltering hogs the your around Thcro Is no time of the year when they nose to be empty Tho average litter farrowed In a small house finds sulliclont room In It for THK 811 VLU 1100 HOUSE From Breeders Gazotlo Chicago shelter until ready or market A house G by G feet will accommodate six hogs of 2J3 pound weight and ten hogs of that size will easily occupy a house G by S feet A drove of 100 hogs that Is forced at night to split up into stoop groups to sleep is practically Insured against colds and pneumonia Tape of them can got steaming hot and there are none that must always take the airy outside of time pit pile of hogs in a great high shed where the whole drove might congregate- As a thing of perennial usefulness the small house has established Itself with a security that never would iiave boon possible if It were required only at farrowing time bemuse in these days of expensive lumber no man Is willing to maintain any buildings that do not seem absolutely necessary A number of snail hog houses might cost more money than one largo shed bar Ir same aggregate hoer space but a choice of one or Water For the Flock Many floekuiasters formerly believed that sheep required no drinking wa ter Were you to ask some of these old timers wily they did not provide water for their locks they would an saver The sheep net dew lu summer and sooty In winter These are not sufficient to quench the thirst Sheep troubled with internal para sites drink large quantities of water Upon hot dry days an average sized mature sheep will a gallon of water provided the water is pure The noel should never be forced to drink stagnant slough water for they are liable to take the dreaded nuke Into their system from this source Water standing In small pools exposed to the sun will soon become coated with a green scum which seems to cause scours Water containing an excess of lime should not be given to rams as such water Is very liable to cause bladder trouble or gallstones Ewes are almost exempt from this nil ment Soft water Is best for the ram flock The sun purifies almost everything excepting water With water It evap orates all the good and leaves the evil Covered tanks are good where there Is but a small drinking space left Let your sheep tanks be titled by pure well water Illuming spring water Is Ideal for the flock Pure cool water both winter and sunnier is a boon and blessing to successful shepherding DAIRY NOTES Skluiinllk which Is whole milk minus part of Its fat and which costs only half ns much ns whole milk furnishes protein about four times as cheaply as Iicef Caring For the Calf Keep the newly horn calf In the best cleiln dry warm place that you have and especially avoid getting it chilled If you dout want It to have scours timid become stunted Using the Separator In Cold Weather It tho weather Is very cold It Is well to run a gallon or two of hot water through the separator to warm It up before the milk is poured In Theu tho milk will not be chilled Do the Milking Regularly nave a fixed time for milking ami always be punctual If you are run ning other farm work never allow It to crowd out your regular milking hour It will trot pay to do so Value of Good Cows Well Kept With Hood milking cows well tOll and well kept mill can be produced at a cost of cents per hundred null butter fat for 10 cents a pound This Is nu average for the year round Richness of Milk There Is only one way to measure milk and that Is by the percentage of cresol It contains The yielding cow may bo a robber so far as her feel bill compared with her return goes IIrII pH rt house Comm It to I favor I I 0i I t t 1 f oil tt ik the small really How Nature Provides Our Beauty Health and Happiness and altogether prob able that elements bodyhealth nro contained in tho mud roots found in tho earth digested in ho plant laboratory of made ready man or nniuinl f n rowing belief that tho vegetable kingdom us with necessary elements for blood tanking to deli cate tat the human rninirl ia ey rapt dUcib by wrong methods f f s 7vve FOIV 1 tia lipis frm dir in our br i or cereal foods and ir n certain veretable If thorn ii iIlcrth then our best balance cf hrih w to Natures Laboratory ho lao which wilt remedy Lured cur foi rots plant laown as Golden Srcl the root of which Edvhi M link D Trofospor cr Hatciiu ud cn at Ilihnc monn ColUfr Chicago state In relation to r en the rysfeni thrro h no irtdicine H ties which thcro is such general cf opinion It is universally regarded rs tho tonic John II Scudder mUm ulates digestive and assimilation of feet By those means the is enriched and this blood cods tho muscular system4 1 mention the muscular system because I believe it first fwhs time increased the stimulation of increased nutrition Tho consequent improvement en tho nervous aloe ore natural results or Queens root is another root which lion been in repute aa an alterative blood purifier mud Prof John M D of it An alterative unsurpassed by few if any other cf most reliovc3 irritation an important cough remedy coughs of in bloodmaking and nutrition nnd harm for periods Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y combined an extract of time two above roots together with that of Stone root Black in a form and called Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery It was most successful in and such ailments as were duo to stomach nnd liver derangements followed by impure biliousnessthenever hov osMTjlftr 1ynn This alterative and tonic is indicated when have symptoms of headache backache in all over When your is tongue furred taste in mouth foul vlinn xoii discouraged then is the time to tale this natural 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