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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r L iWI Ujj1OklO Record AdvertiFilg 19 Costs Nothing It pays for itself The invcstn1cnt is sure of returns Get our rates J JD x M L 11O ISi AhZh dl is Ilbd dT New Discovej FOR OLDS s PRICE 500 100 Trial lottlo Free AN ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUAXANTEED SATISFACTOIL ox MONEY REFUNDED j J Life IS too short to miss a kind i ness too to cherish hate t 1 J I f 9 f IIt tfi t 1 1 II iIt j i log r av a Ar r1 I T Until Nov 1 1910 w will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Farm I year 50 Uncle Remus Magazine i year 510 Good Housekeeping I 158 Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TilE RECORD 1 year 50 Total SU5 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly Sentence Sermons Much piety expires by expiating He who looks for thorns finds the desertGoodness like health is never conscious of itself He cannot be rich in himself who dare not be poor It is always a sad thing to have pleasure without toil Often a tide ot sorrow carries us over a shoal of sell One little deed is worth reams of indorsements of big deeds Take care of your living rind your take care of itself Some meetings arc arranged on the theory that misery loves com Its no use being in spirit annuall at the time of tax assess mentsThe heart is bankrupt already when it counts on the profits of love No man is ever good enough to dictate the terms of real i must be designed to prepare for eternal harmony by ire traveling on gospel train who arc only arguing over the time card Some people treat the jernuon table dhote dinner picking out the things that will not agree with them Many imagine they have accomp lighed the journey to heaven when they have only determined the route for others Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Deal at home as as possible your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property offer dyingwill pan poor goodness- to anotherSome s alt he as- a mucha- s Buildup S edal tub ear tsG tq ima ine oooee eeeeee I ddos y Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for printing Give us your and we insure satisfaction Posters CircularsPrograms Envelopes InvitationsStatements Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters AnnouncementsIn I I job IIl 1 F7Jc a 7 I business r M J I BUSINESS 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 tirstclass 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 are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory l selections laundrywork 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 Nrfus Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our wars rooms 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 Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mall order houses Our Picture and Room Holdingstocks are always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of mer chandise being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices S cents and up per roll Engraving Machine is the only on j J9 this part olKcntucky rq ar Name which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Uadertakiag Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Covered allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets all lengths and regular extra and double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults T f all sizes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to call anywhere GETTwo Private LongDistance Store 72 Residence 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J L ROARK ESTATE OBIENL ROARK Manater NEW YORK CLIPPERIB THEATRICAL M SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 CIs ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd ALBERT JBORIE rUBLlSllKKS AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS innrltfli gtnrr connections hOur BII9JO Il9 s Eugrnbiug supply Telephones w yOU Our rid- S to fndr rdual Plato olio YAruaeL 4y Sorb STNNiw V DR J W BARLOW Urltlgo duue at reasonable rlocn Bs- OOlae up stairs In the Jones GroenTiue Ky DR T J FMtyHlclun mid OOloe street near Mninstrect 16 CAM IIOWAKD WADEH GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Building opposite LaMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephonic No 78 Monon Route HBTWKHN Louisville and Chicago BEST LINE TO California and the f Vast Northwest Two trains daily French Lick and West Baden Springs XT r u Jf STATION v LOUISVILLE DEAR HO UN STATION CHICAGO j Dining and Parlor Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E N Cur 4th and KY c DENTIST and nulld nr 1 S a UNION Cats H BACON D P 1 W fits i Orown 1 irk Surgeon Jlala eros I Market WE BUY we CM do RcfwtKt say boot U Loamille We famish Wool B s Fret to oar shipperi Wrile I pite Iht Lonisiille If Orion L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch r WOOL HIDESANDFURkisgDeoltn 1L SAIEL SONS V w vyvvvvw vy Mtahlenberg Countyi- s rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck 4 1X Qcit ftOO cCt1ftmrti x1tift fli1CUiix Xii 1 rammvu mllUOO a- P VOL XII NO 3G GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Our Railroad System Although we all of us recognize the immensity of the railroad system United States it is not so generally understood that Us growth is also on a stupendous scale Evi dence of this Is found in the fact that during last year there was ad ded to the existing railroads of this country a length of steam road which is equal to about oneforth of the whole of the existing steam roads of Great Britain the increase for the year Icing 6310 miles The total length of railroad in the whole country on December 31st 1909 according to Poors Manual of Railroads was 238356 miles as against 232046 miles at the close of 1908 The capital stock of the railroads has reached over citjht billion dol lars and the bonded debt is above nine billion These with minor liabilities bring up the total liabilities to the huge sum of over twenty billions of dollars The total cost of railroad and equipment is fourteen and a half billion dol lars The total earnings from traffic were in ronnd 578000000 and from freight traffic 1720000000 These with other sources of revenue brought up the total gross earnings to 2513 000000 The net earnings were 852000000 and the total net in come was 1018041837 The total number of passengers carried system was 974 423 o5i and the revenue per passenger mile was 1834 cents The total freight moved amounted 215800 tons Inc revenue per ton milt being 0757 cent The slgni ficance of these statistics as a measure of the development of the country is undeniable They sug gest if they do not actually prove that the socalled depression in busi be due to causes that are transient md of secondary import f 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 of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated Science Notes Handpainted hats arc a millinery novelty for women who opposed to the destruction of lairds for their adornment There are but two ac tively operated in the Philipines one owned by the government and one by a private corporation The addition of 3 per cent of sil icon to the steel used in telephone receiver diaphragms is said greatly to increase the resistance About 65 per cent of all the tin used in the world is produced in the Malay states which last year export ed more than 40500000 worth The United States is estimated to use 37000000 tons of ice a year of which 22000000 tons arc natur al ice and 15000000 tons artificial KILL COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Growing t l 1 j i r 1 i 4i 1 i i i i i fQ R 1 on thehole it r to I ncssmust J J nh 1 i means nearest I j t t 1 I I arc coalmines J r 4 I II i J w THE Rapidl3 of the l i j 5 u passenger numbers K y t i 163S- t I ante l S rl t 9 R a r I n e WITH Dr Kings c VINE DF NO 270 We ship all vehicles Direct from our C O D to Consumer to examination ami on 30 lajH nee trial importance to the Hnrnrss Co to every one wliodcals with us n phased ntul Satisfied Customer No effort In to each such excellent value in quality of material workmanship finish ami of vehicle that It a Lnsltnjt Advertisement and bring many orders in return If we you by oil honestly made buggy niul at a less the Middleman Profit you will recommend our to yiur neighbor Our Guarantee absolutely ns to our customers as it If as money Is returned to you You Wo manufacture honest Vehicle and Hornets wive our customers money orders Wrlto for our Free Buggy and llsrncsn Catalogue GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD f tIltnr It is or the rtrntC5t Globe 1Itn c t JOt nut your fill 7zt9l r Lt J 0 7f 7t r l TWO IN ONE ootlaaro re resented 4 t s ytt t M A Little Goad Paint in Time Saves When your buHdings need panties every day delay cons you money sun rain snow roil arc in work Lumbc costs toe much to let it for trait of a little paint It coos IRM to IUQ pood paint than to go with out it Vo use nothing jwiut on our work CARTERStrictly Pure WHiTE LEAD Pure Unseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The land of paint we use nova cracks or scales only wear will remove it Let with you when ready to paint Ve c arLnte a Gritclass and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it off Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 tako Cardui for your female troubles because wo are sure It will help you Remember that this great fomalo remedy u J H HAYES L We Ask You to to ling o L has brought relief to thousands of i jShcr sick women so why not to I Veu For headache backache periodical pains fcmsh wsak iwss many have said it Is the best medicine to take Try It 1 Sold in This City i F3 MwI VVV VWAA nInVr AND f1J 1 f L etnTiiri vin1 MKCIIANIC fic if you name rtniiii t ii Iult Co I the illllIt rru 11IIIIilrKI oj II r 1111JNr 1ILlDMulI st ererytv- lI trn t rlatrkny Illeroeaallaatu u r II Sixa F6al en A lUIIT o t j AmerlCiR Ieacoa St Dust t rto PUntoxrapbYu Irtf tt St taYtrllv 1trbe 4le t crukbm retwa It aEidl 0atltln to r- Rantnentloa t1ilutKr hy- C tun Y tiA V Il PHOTO KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES rtiN ll b Picket Fence1 r an wooct White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Iw 7f e4 4t OIL i i Q9S NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS UFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We doctored some months without improvement Then I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is well and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Ava Mo 60c AND 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists un J Jfe ALL IND 0 f r betterSr aIM F The lowest priced good I of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb IlL Kansas City Mo Jreenvllle Hardware a Grocery Company More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism arc simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Liniment is nil that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 250 large size SOC rr r garden Iij i 1Umar a agi ever n t4 o ineb it MARKS railed in Health- My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward of Jerseyville Ill and left me to care for six children I had never been strong and this with the shock of her death was too much for me I sailed in health I was tired all the time and did not want to anywhere nor care for company I had the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains A very dear friend advised me to take as it had done her so much good so I commenced to use it and now I am in good Kitchen q c ty S r 1 health iitlre clJ44 CARDU The Womans Tonic Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens strength Ms quickly restored by the womans tonic You yourself know best you need it or not If you do need it do not delay but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the hill Dont watt then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Write to lairs Advisory Dcpt Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooja Teas0 Sprcicl lrulrtlClitJlU and 64pc book Home Treatment lot Womcn sent free j Y u u i 4 r a 4Jfir r rr Save 75 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR I FULL BQOKKEOTJ6 COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is J too Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us wilhin five days pftcr it and telling us where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Kooks and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one use L r IcJ v- tr f BUSINESS COLLEGE i LOUISVILLE KY X l fi 1 t speci l Prices atRoarks Jh i YcH 01l t r i PRINCIPAL Apv aV7asc0Uroasra 4- Sccond and Walnut Strcofs t4 1- VALLPAPR pli qrAs Yi t kk cu a 4 l 2t Ute An ludepcudcn v rtIIItlUrf RECORD PRESS k rrr Y4 rb rrl rr Y CRDInhrn wwn nrvwti nnrwh v nvrw icwspalier TLI ItMDATetT- r DWILN RICE J r iUloiitt OlUKN L IlOAIlK Secretary GRUSN I ROAKIC EDITOR LonsQlstanco Telephone No 72 omen In now roar of store ground floor 56 CENTS PE YEAR IN ADVANCE T13UMS aul eHptton price of the paper In pnyn 14 in aUrrtuc and when the time to wbicU It IK pnhl the paper CardH f tkankn oUltimrr etc If not longer MWH ten line will published free A Itnc will be wnile IngMBM No of toanyopt topic will bo mailed AdverUaemontH rlll Inserted A rate card f rnl hed ou ro ine t A4drewi nil eominHiiloation nuke nil re m i ttanees payable to IlKTORD PRESS aroourllle Ky THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1910 Entered nt the Greenville Kypo tofflce n Hccomlcla matter Bv taking a spin in an arcoplane Col Roosevelt foiled those who have been pointing to him as the man on horseback THKRB is a man in Virginia who says that to marry after So means trouble He is an optimist What docs he think it to marry be fore 50 last week took a flight in an airship and many persons who have all along contended that he was up in the air can now declare I told you so WITH a population of less than 6 000000 Portugal has a debt of 800 000000 Yet thoughtless people say that the revolution was caused by a dancing girl MILITANT suffragettes in England plan a vigorous campaign though the startled statesmen arc wondering what the militant ones can think of that did not occur to them before ACCORDING to the available statis tics only eighty persons have ever died from snake bite in this country But these figures will not compel the snakebitecure industry to lan guish DR JOHNSTON MYCKS says that Soopqoo naked natives in yAf Ga4 etter off than iftheywore clothes Perhaps so but it is a poor country for the secondhand dealer THEY are about to build three hats in which everything and disappears after use except the cradle Selfrespecting cradles know better than to engage in in such crowded quarters 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 ec i It shall be unlawful any person firm or corporation to sell barter loan give offer or ex pose for sale in the City of Green ville any soft drink fermented unfermented and containing as an ingredient thereof alcohol or any principle thereot in any quantity without having first procured from the City Clerk a license so to do hereinafter provided Sec 2 Any person or poration selling or desiring to sell soft drinks jn the City of Greenville of time kind ant character described an Section jc of this Ordinance shall tfirst apply to the City CJcrfc fw a license so to do by written applica lion 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 payment to the Clerk of an annual illccnsc fee of 50000 tfeerefor he shall issue to the person so applying an annual license so to do to Drink License Sec 3 Any person firm or cor poration engaging in the sale bar ter or loan of such soft dnuks de scribed in Section i of this Ordin ance without having first procured a Sott Drink License o to do as is provided in Section 2 of this ordin ance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined 19 each offense and each sale shall con stitute a separate offeusp Approved Oct 3 1910 J W LAM Mayor DRIEN L ROAKK Clerk s r i CCc i rIt 7 tai stopped notices 4 ofle Ruccee d- i tlalR rule pie lie wilt be and cI s AI TEDDY t i i j I j III I t 1 r are I up I business I 1 1 j J I I o 1 J It 1 film 11 I to to J t w I 0 to r e J J to It 1 for tiu JiII t 0 j iEcI1l 1 y 1 f I r I t annex 1 The IIa3 win be Pre t 4 rE t a- l means I I ltw s i 4 there room fold r I fo o x a c c4 t r 4 1s s ty th b 9 Sotr i t 4 a i eIs i t 1 LOST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Metaphorically Speaking DV RONDO The Democratic party since the war has been engaged in all kinds of political speculation on themes and theories that have always proved to be uncertain unsound and dis astrous to the general welfare of the This party has been as one lost in the woods traveling around and round back and forth and across If its tracks could be printed no person could tell which way it had traveled Its confusion has bred dissention delusion panics and fanaticism During the 18705 when two great panics were raging in the county and one in this state a fragment of this party was thrown off from its main trunk which form ed into an independent party assuming the name of The Greenback Party somewhat of a new departure of political issues Some good people of our county and state were caught in the drift of its delusion and led by the spirit of its fanaticism We shall take notice of this delusion that raged for a number of years during which a great financial discovery known as the greenback money system was said to have been made The solved and the solution achiev ed which had rendered the theory so explicit and plain that sense and intelligence could no longer doubt nor ignorance have a cause to This wonderful and unpar alleled discovery was made by an association of some of the most learned and intelligent men that to the Democratic party among whom was the gifted Prof Pomroy of New York Blanton Duncan Wood and others through out the entire country Duncan was one of the directors of Kentucky Now this discovery was like all other discoveries and inventions requiring a long lapse of time and experimenting to be for practical use The power of steam was observed as early as the middle of the sixth century and with a long list of experimenting it was not reduced to a practical use until the beginning of the nineteenth century by Robert Fulton So with this discovery for thousands years back were made at in tervals by different nations gradual ly being improved by the succession of generations a test was put to it by old Lycurgus of Sparta also in the Venetian Republic which threw a dim vista over its final success After repeated attempts of many nations to discover the grand idea it was thought to be made to per fection in the United States it is wonderful and strange to think that the world had stood so long without the discovery being made but it seems that the most of the human race were deluded with the idea that labor was the basis wealth and that they could only ob tain it by the sweat of the thro the channels of labor and the avenues of industry Now there were three attempts to make the discovery in this prior to this The first attempt was made during the early history our nation The experiment was made with a compound double geared apparatus known as Old Continental Money System The machine was not properly con structed consequently it was soon thrown out of beat for the want a stop cock and force pump no discovery mas made The next was made during the 18605 when considerable excite nvnt prevailed throughout the en tire nation owing to some misunder standing in regard to nations rule The experimenting was carried on in two sections of the country one jit Richmond Va under the of Prof Davis who used the one horse power seifoIjng apparatus known as the Dixie machinp But while experimenting the exploded causing considerable dam age owing to there being an over charge of powder anti bomb shells and the machine having no valve or alarm bell attached Burr Grist Mill My now 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 choppc corn ji 28 4 jlAyBR Get 47wortjfi of readTiig jnat fcr for i f5 ee specjal dub pf fer people full of tests And ofall brow- r nation- r of the- s II of and care- e u machine- e safety Jr v f problem complain belonged n At the same time Prof Lincoln Co were experimenting at Wash ington City with the old Federal ap paratus which was protected with a safety valve a reverse wheel strong brakes and a colored air receiver and the machine worked well and might have made the discovery lint after Prof Davis made a failure public opinion was so strong denouncing it as a farce a cheat and an imposition and the feeling a little ticklish when they observed a leakage in the main boiler caused by the expansion of the public debt they reversed the power put on the brakes and let it gradually simmer down No further discovery was made until some years afterwards when some of the great American geniuses put their heads together and thought they had made the discovery complete The grand idea was this that money is the creature of law and where there is no law there can be no regular financial system and that money and wealth arc not the Of labor but that labor must necessarily be the product of money that money vitalizes and sustains that labor could not be kept up without the use of money That if money was the product of labor the man that labored the most would have the most money but that it is to the contrary the man that has the most money labors the least consequently labor must be the of money and money is the fruits of law and legislation idea was that money needs no other basis than that of law and legislation from whence it eminates altho it may be placed upon substance like the acts of yet that it does not demand a basis That it is as plausible for money to have the sanction of law and the confidence of the people for a basis as it is for the earth to be supported and kept in motion by the influence of gravitation and attraction which is not denied by the learned And it was further shown that money could have a full as plausible as distance and depth can be determined without the use of a lint or weight could be ascer taimed without equal balance An other idea was that money could no intrinsic value of all sub stance is determined that if money should have an intrinsic value and then be placed upon material that had a productive intrinsic value it would necessarily have a com pound intrinsic value or should money by legislation be placed upon different material having a different intrinsic value it would then have a compound ed intrinsic value which would of order But the intrinsic value of all substance is estimated by its use and purpose and money being designed for all purposes and for general use should have no in trinsic value Another idea was that money needs no redemption but the force and effect of law and legislation the will of the to continue its perpetuity that it would be as consistent to redeem the acts of legislation and the letters of the law made by the press as to redeem money Another idea was that money should not be denomin ated or valued by weight or fineness of material That the idea of grains ounces and pounds constituting value was nonsense and be longs to the dark ages that grains bulk and fineness has nothing to the regulation of the value of money giving it any that is inconsistent as it would be to require a certain number of pages or lines and letter to constitute a book and more or less it could not be a book nut that unto the of time United States all power is over the kingdom of finance and whatever they declare to be money it must be so whether it be metal wood or stone CONTINUED Roarks furniture polish is better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkley Bros do tlitc yr in best manner your job printing orders to against- it experimenters labor product Another material legislation power a bas have andconfidence people certain of ongress somewhat Rive rl CRI 1 L products urchasjn without double jdint bout din denominations such n F It- C FLOWERSOR Design Work f I r FOR d rI Send your order to the Greenhouses in PRINCETON KY All orders given prompt attention JOHN E RACKEBRANDT Mr A Bisscll carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 Sec them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained The fussy Christian tries to pre serve the faith by ferment BlAKWfll ROARK INSURANCEGENERAL We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Y it sue m writes all kinds of form and city property IN FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY PUBLIC SALE AT AUCTION FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE c At the Win Heltsley farm 4 miles East of Greenville on Seivers Ford road on SATURDAY OCT 29 1910 beginning at 10 a m we will offer for sate to highest bidder Wagon Buggy Disc Har row Plows and other farming implements and a lot of household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale MRS LOUISA HELTSLEY J H HELTSLEY wan h it OF hen YOU JJ1 n If 4 I i I I IRecorfeUbe 11 4S0 1ACENt rlQ VISITING CARDS WEBMKC IMITATIONS STATIONERY MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS louislle K IARCOURT CO Irices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with I JIJ 1 JIiI t t e Qunlity 1 MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier TIlE fiRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffc W G Duncan G E Martin R T Martin E Puryear C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr t s The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management DEF OY KENTUCKYi T7 We announce to our trade and the pub J lie that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE JfX and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes itf 5 Hats Etc we offer large selections slifi KV- js Jg Queries Hardware Tinware Implements and such goods our stocks v are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated x W i Undertaking Department jL We have just added an Undertaking Department to our business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas MJ j kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given and careful attention any hour day or night Telephones Store No I Np No IZ 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO k DEPOY KENTUCKY d L r ji l1I1 in 1 Jio we J iW = aif Iii MI iIII ilI m The BRIDGfS SUANNON Olli m w t W if Ii Vi W t 1JflJ1k Vifl 1 iji m Vi 1to Iim w IW t Vi W li to t I ft p C 1 rt ilff t f vr a e- A SM- fdh r t r e Ar d x s frM w z 1 9 a 11 Lit f ill ill 1lr x Farm fi ill fh ill promptslrth ore hl- ltM ill Out Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this we sell the perfect qf maaejsj stains varalsh 6 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 pint book ever published i Greenville Milling Co Incorporated paintor stainwe because AMf QUALITY kind f 0 J18 Ate I TNf T 1 r I 1 QA 4 i POWDERIt 1Th only baking powder mall from Grpo Cream of 110 Alum No Lime Phosphate J R R LOCAL CARD r i 9 4 t41 M r t1jto It 11r- A1iTI46 1 PurerRoyal t y IC T1ME NORTU BOUND l23LouUTllle Express H2Snm 103 Cincinnati Express 151pm 101 Louisville Limited 408nm 136 Central City nccom 715 pmf- lOUTU BOUND NO 135 Failucnh and Cnlro nccom 515 nm 121 Fulton Accommodation 101 New Orleans SprcliO 340pm 103 N O Spec Louisville panM only 120 nm Junes 1010 WaCnAWFonD Apt LABOR IS PRAYER BY DINAH MARIA MVLOCK Dlnnh Maria Miiluek Mr rralk born 1 J died 1887 the EuplNli pool unit novoltst Is bout known to nil n the writer of John Halifax fnmlllnr Latin phrat e inclining to work IH to worship Labornre est Oran We black Tlnagctl sons of toll From the coal mine and the anvil And the delving of the null From the loom the wharf the wnohoUHC And the ever whirling mill Out of grim nod Iiuncry silence Lift n weak voice Kuiall and hrUt Lnborare est mare Stan dost God he will We who lost can keep from starring Sickly wives not alivay mild Trying not to curse heuveiin bounty When It sends another child We who worn out doze on Sundays Oer the nook we strive to rend Cannot understand the parson Or the and creed Laborare et orare Then Rood south we prey indeed We poor women feeble natured Large of heart In wiwlom small Who the worlds iucensuut battle Cannot understand nt all All the mysteries of the churches IAH the troubles of thevtatci sHfe And child coffinu God Is greats Lnborare eat orare We too at his footstool wan Laborare est orare freer It ye of spirit Who crouching at the threshold While your brethren force the dour Ye whose Ignorance stands vrlugiug Rough hands seamed with toll nor dares Lift HO much as eyes to hearen Lo all life this truth declares Eaborare est orare And the whole earth rings with prayers Give us your job work Messrs Burin Martin and Matt Wickhffe were in Louisville a day this week The Modern Woodmen of America have lost four members in this by death In the lastten days Oysters and celery at J E Coombs Co This must have beep Indian suns rner wo wero having this weokj it certainly was some sort of summer There are several cases of diph theria in and around town and from all parts of the county cases are be ing reported Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Mrs T J Morgan was here from Nortonville Monday attending MorganJones wedding and making a short visit to relatives and friends Mr Ben Mayhugh is recovering from injuries received from a piece of steel that flew in his eye while at work for the Detachable Drill Bit Co some days ago The dangerous substance was removed and there will be no permanent injury it is thought the very latest thing a sweepers at u Jewell of occupj ed the pulpit at the Baptist church here last Sunday night and deliver ed a itrong missionary address making a special and urgent for needed funds for the carrying of important work in the eastern part of the state Most flues are in need 6f being overhauled for the winter season Call on Barklcy Bros who will do the work and in best i 1 tOm a 1tIf Gentleman Her thrtno lu k th6 I t j t hear lilt catechism I Whom child smller tench rc t t hoer t lilt t l t J 1 county T II 1 Ir 1 cO j a I r JIJ Sec in carpeti It 7Pro toul vine J 41 4 t i trout1 j Do I manner tI J 11 7 r N a 1 1 I 1 d this t i t God Is lovln a I o so f l ss T y th n- Y C f r- y c t oars S 4u Y 5- r y P1 Y t ds ti reasonably s sf trb- L i z rf yr r Y M C A NOTES A large and appreciative audience of men listened to the talk by Mr V G Duncan last Sunday The meetings are still growing On next Sunday Mr Cam Howard will speak upon the companion subject of last Sundays lesson Ills subject will be The Bread of Life The new song books have arrived and all should be present in good time for the song service All men and boys arc invited to these meetings Do not forget the week of prayer which is to be observed by the V M C A Nov it 20 All Christian men arc asked to unite with the in this eflort The contests for the juniors arc very popular and are hotly contest ed every Friday night Next will be the following Running high dive running high jump from spring board and the dip Last Friday Gilbert Reynolds Mallory Pittman and J L Morgan Jr se cured the records HIST Stop look listen some thing coming something doing soon Halloween Watch for further announcement Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs and now is the time to begin the cultivation Following are ready for delivery and orders taken for others and prompt de livery guaranteed Chinese Sacred Lillies roc each 3 for 25 Paper White Narcissus Crandiflora 2 for 3oc doz Roman Hyacinths Single White each soc Bedding Hyacinths Dutch 50 each hoc doz Forcing Dutch Hyacinths roc each 100 doz Tulips mixed zoc doz See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs of all sorts Mr Cam Howard is acting county attorney in the place of Mr T O Jones who will be in the south for two weeks on his wedding tour Miss Sarah Anderson of Dayton Ohio is here on a visit to her brother Mr Geo T Anderson He is expecting his mother the latter part of the week and she will re maIn some weeks K Notice to 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 H GRAY Admr The brick work on the Methodist Sundayschool room is being pushed right along this week and will be completed soon Carpenters are also bringing up their part of tne work and effort is being forth to have the building under cover and ready for the finishing before bad weather interferes Rev G P Dillon delivered his first sermons here at the Methodist church last Sunday morning and evening and was greeted by large audiences His sermons vere well received and his congregation and the public are assured th t his sere ices will result in much good Fresh smoked and salted meats of kinds at J E Coombs Cbs market o 20 An alarm of fire early last Satur day morning drew a large crowdto the residence of Mr J L Rogers corner Main cross and Cherry streets but the flames had been extinguished with a garden hose The damage was slight and was caused by floor igniting beneath the kitchen range Graham has a new church erect ed by the Baptist people and last Sunday The dedicatory sermon was delivered by Dr W D Powell of Louisville and Rev W J Mahpncy of this city assisted in the services There was a large crowd attenllhnce and the day was enjoyed by all The church is rnnstnirtprl of tc in tinn it n progressive community rQlijte a Dumber of Masons this county arc attending the lodge In session in Louisville this week There arc about boo the state and almost all are re presented Masonry is no years old in this state and there are some 35000 members a gain of over 2000 since last report which shows the rapidly increasing of the order This session is de vcloping the most earnest interest and is the most successful from every point that has been held j a j c SC sox r iis ever 6 alf thee dedicated I Oft t e ain ever 1t 1 association Friday Fie Put lit rick and T fro11 grant no tank S r i a nOME WEDDING AT NOON Miss Bessie Morgan and Mr T 0 Jones Married at Home of the Bride The first of what promises to be happy series of such events in lo circles was the beautiful home wedding at high noon at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm T Morgan when Miss Bessie Morgan and Mr T O Jones were united in marriage the ceremony being impressively delivered by Rev W J Mahoney in the pres ence of the family relatives and a few intimate friends including a few outoftown visitors the ceremony the guests were shown the wedding gifts and the variety elegance and volume caused many pleasing expressions Miss Mamie Hay sang effectively the beautiful composition I Love Thee So by deKoven and Miss Annie Hay played the wedding march by Mendelssohn as the bridal party during the ceremony the exquisite appreciation To Spring by Greig The bridal pair left on the early afternoon train for Louisville where a visit of a day or so was made and the tour was con tinued a visit now being made to the old home of the groom in Ra leigh N C and relatives will also be visited at other points in the state After the first of the month the couple will be at home on North Main street The bride is one of the charming and popular our social circle and none has more friends The is the position of county attorney and is a lawyer of distinction He is personally popular having made many friends during his few years residence in the county In their important new relation both have the very best wishes of our people Have Barklcy Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss Congressman Stanley in Muhlcnberg Hon A O Stanley of Henderson will address the voters of Mublcn oclock next Monday afternoon and at 7 oclock at Central City and will be greeted by large audiences at both places as is well known and very popular Mr Stanley is considered one of the best speakers in the state and he has been doing specially work during the past few weeks spending this week In Indiana and Illinois where he has been with great enthusiasm Resolutions of Respect Whereas on the 8th day of 1910 it pleased Almighty God the Grand Master of the Universe to call from the labors of this earth to that eternal rest that the children of God our friend and loyal brother William L Harris therefore be it Resolved tly members of Milhlenherg Lodge NO 94 Q Q F in regular session assembled that in the death of Pro Harris this lodge has lost one of its most loyal zealous and worthy brothers who exemplified in his daily walks the teachings of our beloved order the community an upright and use ful citizen the Church a staunch supporter his friends and compan ions a true and unfaltering friend and his family a devoted husband and father That we extend to his bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the tender care of Him who said Another comfor ter I you That a copy ot these resolutions be spread upon our records a copy be sent to the bereaved family and a copy furnished The Muhlcnberg Sentinel The Greenville Record and Kentucky bdd Fellow for pub Hcation W McCowv J J Ricu Committee P M died at her home near Unity Tuesday morning after an illness of some months from con sumption She was a lovable woman and will be missed in neighborhood Interment was at Unity graveyard at n oclock yes terdaymorning following a that was attended by a large number of people Necdlesjfor all sewing machines at Roarks tj calsocial appearedand members- of room holding berg at the court house Jt I he here U remaineth- to I willsend the t LMRR hCRAC IU- I t 1 Irs Ear her- r services of i i j 01 r Monday Preceding effective received October esteemed the FORKED FLAMES Lick Up in a Short While 50W in Foodstuffs Buildings and Mill Machinery Greenville Milling Co Flour Ilant To tally Destroyed By Fire Early Saturday Morning THE FIRE HOSE WOULD NOT REACH An alarm of fire at 2 oclock last Saturday morning drew the people of the city and surroundings to the plant of the Greenville Milling Co at the depot and in less than two hours they had witnessed a fire loss of 65000 the grain elevator con taining about 25000 bushels of wheat and the flouring mill and machinery being destroyed The Illinois Central railroad also a loss of some thousands of in the burning of three cars and a car loaded with lumber In the boarding cars twenty men of an extra track gang were sleeping and some of them had very narrow escapes from the flames It is thought that the fire originated in some manner in the string of cars and there are several theories in the matter The fire de partment made a ready response but when the hose had been from the nearest fire plug it was found that the 1000 feet of hose was short An appeal was made to Central City and 350 feet were sent up arriving on the 515 train but it did not fit the hose here and could not be used to any effect though every effort was made to overcome the difference in size The grain elevator was first burned and as it was some 60 feet from the mill opportunity was given for the removal of much flour and grain from the mill but the fire continued along the string of cars and in a short whilecommunicated the the mill also and this structure was completely gutted This was the most spectacular fire that has been witnessed here in a long while and the greatest in loss The will cover only about half the loss but the company is plan ning to rebuild and the plant will It means the loss of a y Ur to the concern and will prove a loss to every industry in town as farmers will be compelled to go to other points for grinding and will naturally do their other trading in a large also The plant destroyed was one of the finest in this section and there had never been as much wheat collected in the county as was stored in the elevator See our special clubbing offer limited to November i Boiler Explodes Killing Two Men The explosion of the boiler at a saw mill near Dunmor on the Dia mond Spring road about i oclock Friday wrecked the mill and fcjlled Qwner W T Carroll and the engineer Ross Silvey The boiler was an old one having been use about 40 years and was too small beside for the work that was it In an endeavor to the delivery of more power the boiler was crowded beyond its resistance and the explosion re sulted Carroll was killed being thrown some thirty yards and his body hurled against a tree Silvey struck 5y a part of the boiler plate and was terribly mang led but lived about four hours Both were popular men and their shocking deaths have sorrow There were three other employes at the mill but they feared just what occurred and had left the place declaring that any effort to increase he steam pressure would result disastrously Burial of Charles T Reynolds Charles y on Tuesday of at week after a short was buried at 1030 oclock Monday morning in the Reynolds lot in Evergreen cpmctcry The body was h UJ awaiting the arrival of his wife and on account of connections and other delays she did not arrive until Sunday night She was accompaincd by her brother William Prowse who has been in Montana for eleven years The funeral was conducted by Rev G P Dillon at the home of Mr J T Reynolds Jr and the burial was conducted the im pressive rites of the M W of A quite a representative gathering of the members participating in the i 1 0 r I tj JtJ I 1 dollars boarding stretched flames- to insurance e mea ure last th in requiredof force instantly was causedwide yho illness miss- Ing r r I L F J suffered some r business their bleu ayno dst t cit ed ender eccrpisec Y PREDICTS GREAT UPRISING SOON Consumers will Bring on Such a State of Affairs Never Heard of Before Down with the Drummers Editor Ktconu In this letter I shall tell your readers what I said in my answer to that merchant Will say that a great many of our merchants or nice hon orable men obliging and and I have great respect for them but they are all of them lending a helping hand in sustaining and up holding one of the great curses of the age Many of them perhaps have never thought of it in its true light and to that curse I now call attention The thing that helps to oppress the poor men and women today is the middle men or as we call them I have nothing harsh to say of these men as a rule they are sensible upright and nice men I have no fault to find of them but every retail merch ant whether he is a dry goods man or grocery man or hardware man knows that the salary and traveling expenses of this great army of men comes off of the consumer All of this expense is added to the price of the goods sold by the wholesale houses to the retail houses so the consumer alter all pays the cxpens es of these men in addition to the profits of the retail merchant Is it any wonder that we have to pay such high prices for clothing and everything else we wear How can all these things be remedied To my mind there is but one way to bring about a change and it can only be accomplished by the retail merchants Let merchahts form an association or union obligating themselves never to buy one dollars worth of goods of any kind from a wholesale house through middle men just cut that thing out go themselves to market and buy their goods give the wholesale men to understand that they will not patro nize them through middle men and that they must deduct the expenses of these men from the profits on the goods bought instead of adding their expense to their profits as heretofore do away with these men altogether making the de mand in behalf of the consumer If retail men everywhere should go in to such a union do you not sec how scon it would be that all these drum mers would be looking for jobs and hundreds of thousands of dollars which are being paid today by con sumers would be saved by them It has become nccessaiy today or our toiling men to form unions to protect themselves from and slavery Take our farmers they have been driven to form as sociations for self protection against trusts Was there ever a greater ex cuse for united effort upon the part of consumers than today We must look for sorrp way to reduce the cost of living or else there will be such an uprising by the consumers which will bring on such a state of affairs as this country never heard of before It is coming Now dont say that that is a hobby of a I see that upris ing today working like leaven in the meal It has taken deep root in the minds of the consumers and if something is not done soon to bring relief a slumbering volcano will turn loose in this country that a standing army of five hundred thousand men could subdue- I am not a prophet nor the daugh ter of a prophet but you only have to open your eyes and look at the signs of the times The lighti of that awful cloud gathering can be seen today and its monster thunders can be heard when it bursts the country cau fore awful fo the nopr poujfl bp at the helm of the ship of state lung enough to avert the awful catasptrophe coming upon our be loved country Where is the states man and who is he today v o will cpujp to lc front backed by the prayers of thousands of wives and mothers and daughters the banner of the consumer and the poor oppressed and toiling masses Such a man would be made presi dent ot this great republic Will say that I have accomplished my object and now say good bye to the readers of THE RECORD Very respectfully LUCINDY OVBRTAKKU Orders for cut cY9s will receive t e prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold VI middle sillywoman not o law 1h Y ode t men Uw cpuntry andraise c fy 4iJl ni i9 J- L kindhearted drummers oppression can 5 upon 1h trtr results o fat MY LADYS DRESSING ROOM should be thoroughly lighted that not the tiniest toilet defect will go unnoticed Theres only one light that is adequate That is the electric Have us put it in for you Youll feel surer of your appearance Why not an electric hair curler also It is much better than the other kinds Ask those who have used one Greenville Light Water Co INCOnrORATCD Other Hours 78 1112 n m 1JJ 4u p In Phone No 251 lr J A l7 P J i4i L t rJ soS Eby 4 i GOOD SEASONABLE GOODS f Eat it every day it tastes good digests easily and topes up your nerves Michigan celery per stalk fQci You have been wishing for Cranberries here they are fine ones too Best on the market qt New canned peas Heart brand are ready for you Small tender Cant be beat pur can 15c Yes we have some good potatos clean wantingand 15c andsweet smoothand gQOd s7e per 25c W H BRIZENDINE COLC Methodist Church Services at Y M C A Building During the alterations made neces sary by the addition of the Sunday Methodist church the services of that congregation will be held at the Y M C A building beginning Sunday The board of directors very kindly offer ed the building to the church offi cials and the offer was gladly ac cepted as this is the most conveni ent available place for the services tobacco Samples Wanted schoolroom ofthe To those who have pooled iu Mulilcnlierr arc reques ted to get two hands each of leaf and lugs that will fairly represent your respective crop and deliver same Coon to me at Greenville on Saturday Oct 22 1010 in order that we may submit sumo to prospective buyers for their inspection with a view of disposing of all the pool on similar terms of sales of last season RespectfullyJ Mgr October well advanced we have not had the first tinge of frost An obscr n i ovycr who is 5WY P y S WiQh attention to women as he notices even the styles of their dresses says that the hobble skirt appeared season too soon that the developement shows that they should have been a tall style VresU caught fish at J E Coombs Co Wednesdays and Saturdays Waltsr Wellman and a crew of five men iu the dirigible balloon America made a start from At lantic City at 8 oclock last Satur day morning In an attempt to cross the Atlantic ocean The members were all experienced men and the craft carried every safety device known including waiess apparatus With th Communication was kept UD until about noon Sunday dicatcd good progress when communications ceased Early Tuesday morning a steamer oft the North Carolina coast caught andstill v tirf t t and- re orts Grapes wont be much if this year Crop is small Best Concords per basket at 20 ft 35C Smells good tastes good and is good Tallyho Coffee Ground or unground Try it and see per can 25C Pure Country Sorghum If you want something nice let us send you a small quantity for trial Come to us for all kinds of fruits nuts and high can and bot Gonn Ianycheaper rlr It schoolsupplies 04 s r 4 rr t J l ed a a message from the aircraft and soon located the craft which was in distress and the crew was rescued Storms had carried the balloon out of its course but the effort made to cross the ocean was a wonderful feat and broke all records for length of time in the air and perhaps for dis tance traveled Mrs J W Lam Mis Chas W Miss Mamie Lam are spending a few days in Louisville this week Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc Mr W H Gray and wife and Mr C A Williams are among the attendants from this place to the grand lodge of Masons at Louisville Ruby Laffosi to Speak ia the Cwaty Hon Ruby Laffoon of Madison ville will speak at three points in the county the latter part of this follows Cleaton wight Drakesboro Friday night Graham Saturday night Mr Iaf foon is well known as an able speak er and he arouse interest and enthusiasm by his addresses The speaker acknowledges that he is Democratic and will speak his twv viciions but everyone is mviicdi ts hear him has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are reason able Mrs John A Williams is still in a critical condition after an illness of weeks from typhoid lever and her family and friends have been al most compelled to abandon hope that she will be able to recover For solo days her condition has re mained practically has been extremely grave The work of remodeling the office of the Greenville Coal Co has about been completed and the building will soon be occupied It is one of the most convenient and attracthob offices in the city l Roarkand f3- I thi weekas wIll Uit I I I L J t unchangedand j Il t rL t I f Ji tt JtI 1I Jjo 44 0 u 1Z N w weekS Thursday 5 l- sncLing 1 t ROARK W llp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Gr ve Vaults RQARK 2 lJ j t tt t1tffl i 1t IN I iitJIItB 7Y C i Dis i sf k ft P 1 l r urns ure a a r ec ion Humor and Philosophy Or WCAV M SMITH WELCOME Ucntlt vprlncl AlMt any Know Youre coming And UHawnls- Jo tlw tray Ami by your coming UK Heres AVbwa Old Winter lift test Ami wo mighty Utai or tout Par ure we Arc The lintuit- To him aiMing f rn to chute T liiij Carting On n trip itl i o- JltiTn check In us irrlp v Wif smitten On your style PUCK around Fur Quite awhile And show ne- VUh your bannar brave Just how A MMisoa The gardens And the voexlo tlc Know aiiat IOSSCM Ute cootla Not So Strnngc DM you over licar nskpd tlio sur vigor of high trade wonders of the mill who Iwvliig lout an eye in battle grew another oUt No they ull repHoil And niter Itwslug a vg In n thrash lug machine grew on ono just as good as the leg he lost No they still dwlnretl Ana to cap climax grew a full set of new tooth at the age of ninety llveV No Indeed Neither did I The Difference Vby do sumo men wear their hnlr so long Wear their hair so long Yes I think it Is FO curious Well some of them do it because they havent a quarter 0h And piliars because it hex arent Tho Probable Explanation What a beautifully wo maul Isnt she Indeed she Is 1 wonder how muck she now much what Alimony Knew the Kind t lhtt w t t Ala slice Are flee l1 ruing o It i i t hold haunt 3 i T 1 f h 1 r JJ 1 i hJ UIe gets t HHH t oM tc C gay N e b Aunvy a viIi i tt behave to you i the l sscd S tl My pas scrapptr Aw lull yer brnggln- De aint raid o uuthln iy Wot 1 bet Iicst raid o yet maw His Hypnotic Powers He Is a gwtl talker Uc be Why If ho doesnt tnlk well and contin people will by by get on 10 Him V sow grain Yes Well dna said you are sowing your wild outs PERT PARAGRAPHS Take care of the present and the past can never rise to assail you People who do nothing finally com honestly to think that there la nothing to be done A pessimist Is n who has the dyspepsia before ho eats the pie We rarely diagnose our own case cor rectly nor concur in our own healing It Is easy to bo good when we liar beta as bad ns w want to be Some people never know what to do nrd lint Is our only salvation for that sort oughtnt to The who known enough to rls to nn emergency Isnt apt to sink Into obscurity Keeping busy Is the way a so much damage U 0 I t I unit lid his utter uekysue8L Phloin mllIcr 1 f a 1to J v person I 1 1 J tk II t K lens to a a farmer b r h person r c 4 runt works w to ra aiKTn4 4- i 3 t u a o CARE OF ROADSIDES Removo All Rubbish and Preserve Trees to Make Highways Attractive No matter how smooth and well constructed the traveled road may be if the roadsides are not cared for tlio highway as a whole will not give a good impression All rubbish should be removed the excavations should be filled and embankments smoothed and planted with grass wherever It will grow Unsightly brush should bo cut and grubbed out Sometimes however Mic brush sad small trees If suitably trimmed add to the attractiveness of the roadside All trees which are ornamental or which have value ns shade trees should be preserved and protected un less they grow so close together as to make a dcnso shade In hot dry ell mates particularly nUll Indeed In most places trees are n considerable factor In reducing the cost of maintenance since they lessen the evaporation of the moisture from the macadam In exposed places where the sweep of the wind would be otherwise they serve to prevent in a areas ure the blowing away of the binder from the road surface Unfortunatolv In such places It Is often dUllcult to make trees grow Care In the selection of tho kinds of trees best suited to the locality IH Important A good arrangement along roadsides for trees with large tops Is to set them about fifty feet apart on each side hut alternating so that there will bo a tree every twentyfive feet along the road HELPING RURAL CARRIER Good Roods Can Shorten His Work and He Can Servo More Patrons The man who brings your papers and letters to you more regularly than you could go to town after them minding not the rain or other Inclem encies deserves good roads that he may shorten his work or serve more patrons Much road building Is neglected till late fall because the farmers think that this is the only season In whtth they have time for such work Very often this work Is wasted because It has not time to acquire permanent There are however a number of road repairs which nary be done t very groat advantage at this time The ruts may be filled the bridges reenforced nil culverts cleaned out ditches deep ened or straightened out the split log drag used after rains llusidcn helping the carrier nil work done on the rend redounds to the advantage of the turowr enabling him to carry bigger WbcriMfr there Is any rubbish that would enlist snowdrifts fur the car rice to wade or drive through In reach lag the box it should be removed The mail boxes should be so placed that unnecessary straining or reaching Is avoided The mall carrier can always toll von where the roads need working TIPS TO HIGHWAY USERS Engineers Novel Method For Keeping Roads In Good Condition A novel and unusual method of call lug attention to the proper way In which to use n good road was recently put In operation by State Highway En glncer A N Johnson of Illinois Jt consists of a card bearing the fpljow lug legend I HOW TO KEEP THIS ROAD i FOR YEARS I i This road was constructed for your use Dont drive in one track Avoid making ruts If ell use one place all the wear will be in one place and make a rut If you use a littlo care rend do not drive exactly where tho last wagon wear will be dis tributed which will keep th surface smooth and the road will remcin good for years otherwise it will loon be rutted f and the smooth surface gone l tl J T t The cards are 3A by Inches In size and are given to the men la charge of road work for distribution to passersby This calls direct attention to the subject and seems to be more affective titan placards tacked at the side of the rood Instead of n hasty glance In passing the patrons of the roads put the cards In their pockets to be reread and given more mature con sidcratlon Multimillionaire Road Supervisors San Diego county Cal boasts the only multimillionaire board of road In the United States ne to Director Logan W Page of the public roads division of the de partment of agriculture who says an Diego county has a lot of wealthy resjdpnts Most of them own automobiles Gild thoro was a lot of kicking about the rough roads Among the kickers were Al G Spalding who made his millions manufacturing Clnus Spreckols Jr whose fa titer accumulated n bank roll that would choice n railway tunnel and E M Scripps who owns npwsjmpera all over the central west The rood com mlsslcners grew tired of the growls nun appointed a board of roadway su tlemen I have mentioned The ml contents agreed to serve without pay Today they are spending 1250000 In tho county It doesnt make any to them what It costs to build n road If the county hasnt the man iy thoy donate It Mr Spalding built lime mites of r8 Foa4 ns I ever driven over and Mr Ppreckes twenty rn rtlFt uCo I I ltorvisors composed ot the three sn have n f o 41 unbroken irrld lutt1i1D i Gl cording baseballs difference fine K s A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded by Science Tho Doctor writes hi proscription In rUn and Urn ta rlmt shin li swallowing Sun takes that much on faith 1 f euro her doesnt know what cur l her If tho proscription know Injury Ihn physlclnn Is c tlons all ComcUmi clno Is snccrnfiil la tO but often not ThU of a coiicowlml scription Is Intendol ti to Ono physician of wklo experience and r docs not In m public nor that Nitnro nrovMoi fir t whict Is fcccea our nnl When tho womanly srstrri is deranged tho w It to sunihlnn ir and proper rest when health tal doctor bellevos that Nature at hand tho blanco cf power fur Rood Hidden In onr Amoric n are many planta which correct euro tf o o ailments which oaiiso woairti to tfillTcr In tho hack or front of thin h ad m noss and lussltudn M t itll women rho iota Natnro who li J to vnndrr trough tho hard at ons tliro or tho hnautlful hl of tho Ladys Is not jv beautiful but a v nsnfnl Tho root of this plant when trcatnl properly with ts extract its virtues u valn Uo In All cusca of ncrvons or says Prof John M Seuddrr M IX An authority Prof F M D says of this plant lix rclses upon nervous conditions depending of tho fomalo organs which Is fro qnontly found In our American forests Is or Unicorn root lire Aiiitni cvx UispnwATOiiY says of that it n intlucnco In an enfeebled condition of tho general system with weakness or dull or Inmboiwcrni small of tho basic region In oils casos of tho womanly organs it u ono of our most as a utorino tonic and gradually removing abnormal soma time It imparts tono and to tho organs it 13 much axed In ca pelvic drains Irregularities nod painful Prof says root A removed It Is tho Irritability and despondency that Uiwo to tho ailments mentioned It has been found especially adapted to those casts In the aching faring down orffinia feel as if thcu out of the Dr Pierce chief consulting physician to tho Invalids tute of Buffalo N Y says that a com bination of tho of thoso two with Oolilcn Seal root Cohosh and Blue Cohosh roots when extracted tho uso of glycerine of strength Is nsc of will almost Invariably euro thoso peculiar maladies to women That Is Dr Pierce nearly years ago decided to put ft ready to uso form a Proscription Dr Plrrcn Is frank and About Ills medicine called Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription ho tolls just what Is ho not a cureall ns it servos only a for womens peculiar weaknesses and maladies tho up for solo through druggists for tho euro of such of which have tho on dorsomont of loading medical tioners and as being tho very boat known remedies for which Favorite Proscription Id adviwd All this will bo renders toll satisfaction by a booklet of extracts Dr Plerro from authorities of tire several schools of practice and which will bo sent free to s on request for snmo nailed to Dr R V N Y stands alone Dr Piorcos Favorite Proscription la tho only medicine for weakness and aftflc dons all tho ingredients of which are printed in plain so that all who lako it may know exactly what they are using popularity of till Prescription t for tho special Is to bo round In 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