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Record Advertising Costs Nothing p- It pays for itself The investment is jj sure of returns Get our rates ytTCKgOCKaQJtoeXIHgCRra fI I5 JI N 2 i XI1CX1XIXilCrlllniDilUC y t 9 1 The Panama Exposition So tar as rasing money is San Francisco is making a much stronger bid for the Panama exposi lion of 1915 than is New Orleans The Pacific coast city reports that it has secured promises of private sub scription in aid of the affair amount ing to about 7000000 In plans arc on foot to obtain pledges ot state aid to a large amount the combined funds counted on totaling than 15000000New is securing promises of aid by private subscription and is counting on assistance trout the state But it has in sight no such fund as San Francisco expects to offerThe selection of the California city as the site would make the affair a Pacific coast exposition and a railroad a real Panama exposition nor a proper recognition of the importance of water transportation No doubt railroad assistance is an important factor in helping San Francisco to raise such a large fund with com parative ease The exposition if held in San Francisco would bring large revenues to the lines in the form of passenger faresNew Orleans is the logical site for the Panama exposition It is nearer the canal than any other large city in the United States It is the water gateway to the great central west which should have access to the gulf and the Panama canal though a network of inland water routes If it is the intention to make the Panama exposition a instead of an instrumentality for revenues booming a particular section the country at large should insist upon minimizing the importance of local contributions as a factor in the site Mf Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a that small compared with the received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville 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 Brief Yarns George Washington Primrose thinking of matrimony and tremb ling on the edge wrote to his mar ried brother Rufus for advice Dear Jawje wrote Rufus in reply every man shud marry A wif is a mans greatest gift She his trubbles dubbles his joys and helps him every wich way The maried life is the only lif spcqhully when you is forchunate enuff for to git a jool of a wif like mine P S Mandy has jess slept out You blame fule you Stay Single It was an English skipper of the olden time who having knowledge beyond the seeming needs as he could read and use a chart wasdis patched to Rotterdam After get ting over the bar and well away to the east he produced his charts and made a learned inspection but the charts had been a long time in the locker and circnmstances com bined to alarm him He went deck and called to his mate Put her about the rats have eaten Holland Mary Twain somebody says hated a gloomy man Once at a banquet a man sat opposite and refused to smile at the most amusing jokes Whats the matter with you cried Mark Twain The stories arc all good Why dont you laugh Ab sir said the gloomy man how can I laugh andmunicipal exposItionnot nationalaffair augmentingrailroad and 7 s 1Jjl benefits I e I n J 1 1 j 1 I 1 1 I j I upon 1n1 I J U t f is Is ft 4 II concerned s audition more transcontinental r determining orr TelctbeE1 sum- st Tennessee hi 3 o ItVOL XII NO 37 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JCTOBER 27 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE u I t t i Special Offer Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Home and Fann I year 5S Uncle Remus Magazine 1 year IM Good Housekeeping 1 year 158 Louisville Evening Post daily 3 months 125 TilE RECORD I year 59 Total U5 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly when I remember that every time I breathe a soul passes into the great beyond Good gracious said the humorist did you ever try elates Sentence Sermons Freedom is the right to choose rightTo crush your powers is not to rule them A catalogue of vices led any one into virtue Anremia is often temporarily for virtue Revenge is better than a greedy kind of gratitude The more the tongue flows the less the head knows An ingrowing conscience drives many a man into sin They who talk much of dying arc usually dead already Most of those who want to go to heaven back out from dj ing To live for praise is before long to get your soul on the counter No man evey followed a great ideal without getting a hard pb on his hands the pavement Some folks never feel saintly until they have a chance to syndicate their sorrows Telephone No 5 and laundry will be called for and delivered 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 Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relic bin medicine constipation in other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a larger sale than nil others combined SOLD IN TOWN n Our electric equipment enables to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your busi ness and we insure satisfaction Posters CircularsPrograms Envelopes Invitations Statements Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters Announcements In Fact Everything 1 S Club U U never mistaken Jiftnd mlssc nan ott Buildup firms u Cards- m 0y flOs y1u IP- Oe IG clotitl5 It STthe your eeeeeeeeeeoeeoaeeo e seeeoeeeeeooeooo s Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that you umbrella II FOR BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc kept clean and free from dust by the of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For firstclass livery service in including closed coinages 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 arc lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory useI selections laundrywork n MLM want engraved Take it to and the work be done quickly in best manner Ndus Furniture Holdings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any articles at less prices than city stores or mall order houses Our Picture and Room Moldingstocks 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 aCTi n T uM r ailiff this part of keTiu y ouuwe are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Ufldcrtakiig and 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 of 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 to cans for such services Our general equipment Is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service to call anywhere C2TTwo Private LongDistance Tele phones Store 72 Residence 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night The J I ROARK ESTATE AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS R ark win tnlrw once sub- Ject ORIEN L Mauter r fit t i exclusive l lawn tai rahitt- u 2OARK No 270 We ship U vehicles from our C O D to Consumer subject to examination nUll on 30 free importance to the Globe harness Co to have everyone who deal with us a phased and KoefTott is to each Mich excellent value in quality material and vehicle that it will be a Lasting Advertisement and orders in return If we c you by an honestly made buggy fltid at a price less the Middlemans Profit you to our customers asit would be to n dealer I f oodsare not as resented your money is returned to you You inko no k We manufacture honest chtelw and Ilnrnrss lave our customers money till orders promptly VrIto for our Free IluiUy mid Harness Cnlalo uc KOBE BUGGY ft HARNESS COMPANY OWEWSBORO KENTUCKY COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Factor It lTentlt Uu our good to IItiJh Or Olr nl Jc TWOIN ONE is of the fins II r bringusmany wti your yw MLVVVV V THELL I Dr KimWITH New DiscoveryII I GOUCHS OLDS PRICE MO Trial Bottlo Free I I AND ALL THROAT AND MOWZY jI JI rtiJ IJ LUNOTROUDL- ESGUABLWTZZD SATISFAOTO- aoz EPUNDXD A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When day delay costs you The sun rain snow ard frost arc netting work Lumber toe much to it decay for of a little paint It costs leu to use good than ID go it We use nothing but paint tin ow work CARTER Strictly Pure WHITE LEAD Puro Linsocd Oil Pure Turpentine end tho most expensive colors Tha kind of paint we newer cracks ci teaks only Year will remove it u you when palnl We a Critclats job price Don put it olf J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 H to take Cardui for your fcmala troubles because wo arc sure It JS will help you Remember that thIs great femab remedy has brought relief to thousands Rk sick women co why not to a you For headache backache I periodical pains female weak H cries many have said It Is the a best medicine to take Try It 1 Sold in Tills City Our buiiJinjS need nwi Cocry f casts lt t without we ye Let with to rcC Lt We Ask You iRD U y 111 of fin i F3 massy watt geed ue ready guar ntse and duel k oft other 1th tiCiR1C 4 AND tCOtb r m DR J W BARLOW Grown and Bridge Work done atyrcas ijse OIUoc littheJoiiPM DRT J SIAION Onioe MilucroH street near Main street Ib CAME IIOWAKD WADE II GRAY HOWARD GBAY LAWYERS Office in opposlteUHesdc Hotel DR LOUELLA HHflStEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No t76t Monon MteItET- WEBX W Louisville and lricago 15I2ST LINK California and tlvb Vast jitlnvest Two trains dully French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATIC JJ LOUlSVILLfy j C1IICAUO j- Diriin and E DJp A N W Coy 4th anti Minot Sis LOUIS tLE KY DEN T I aT up But g uree tiTCtKr i Piyrricion and Greta of l 11 j i il 7 Sl e Palace Jeerers H BACON i noes stairs t3Nr ooet Bulldlee r r t y ir4 Parlorr irs Drawing koon i rtactikllr the 1111 mil CO u t r nan sis a q 1 r a t If I q IIM Ill h hLBCTNlAerot NrtIANIC- I n a sue ke ereryluly n n u e thpIae Jiulatnes Vet ir pa ime- e I I jQiU lij tIIt IJI I IIrI1o O JJeIfIIj C lII nl I 11II runt nurfl trr ly MI t t hkltnilcav rrnl Sanlllctuentk n Amerlcanncciamrpya rgYx as4 0r THE liNG White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE lIfWr r4 J iltC z 7 t I g i fi is rich in coal iron timber potters 1fand the most inviting field in Ken Itucky for investment ofcapital and pluck tfjffitrJ1i1mJt1iffi fiffiliIffimI IIWt lUu J t roe t p fi t NN Muhlenberg County clay etc OF i DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG 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 Discovery and after using ono 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 FOR AND AND C H t rae fir Ml rarprvo- tnno narcx c B K m XUUM city HO C fl HOWARD CO OricuL Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in my branch More than nine out of ever 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 Chamberlains Liniment is all that is needed and it is cer tain to give stock relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and aorcncss Price 250 large size sac WE BUY WOOL 1 BtiifDealers i we CM do better bf lit afetU eemauwm merchttts Rekrciee ia LonisTiHe We furnish VoclBa wr skippers Wifle fc price list fttfjX Lcnmflk K7 rrUijMLtfli m t hlr I I p w Rl10unlatiSliI I I VVVVAV NWMNV VM VV VV- t R say bank fs Free to h L SABEL A SONS Kitchen ROARKS I Cabinets m 75Save BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR I FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- for only 25 The regular prig is Those who bring or mail tins advertisement to us five days after it and telling us jvhcrc they saw it ill be able to one at the rate of 5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready WHo buy one for future i coo acting 1Ii s rc LtI Have You Tried It There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the drug store Have you tried it not we urge you to do so before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive them out Even now it may be nearly too late But try it any how If can you Cardui will It has helped tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you 7rPRINCIPkt BUSINESS COLLEGElirOaPOASRD LOUISVILLE KY j 4 1 I in thousands of cases other medicines had been Rffli2L7I Second and walnut 5treato rr whhre r T kg has Tne Woman Tonic i CAJDU1 r My daughter Ocfava would have been in her today had it not been for that fine medicine Cardui writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennon Springs Ky Nothing I tried helped my daughter until she had Cardui I had sent for the doctor when I thought of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had Cardui to my friends Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the Write to Ladles Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tent for Special Iiulraetim and book Howe ior Woinsa scat I c Spefl Rotf i tal cn taken four silt became all right i often recommend 64 Gaga Trta I lIt i W APR Prices at s iII i 1 3 closes ts rr pal R it- a THE RECORD Att Newspnper rUBLII1aED T11CneDATS aT RECORD PRESS Independent OVBN KICK FruHltlcnt OniKH TlouiK Secretary L GRIBN I ROAKK EDITOR LcnaDlstanca Telephone N 72 Ofllee In HW Hnnrx roar or store ground floor I 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS Tho price of the ri rl bto in nilvanitt nod when the time has expired to niilnh It IH paid the paper will t c stopped OonlH of thanks obituary etc If not longer thin ton free A of be per line will be made for nuocee d Free wimple copies will be mailed Advertisements will be Inserted A rate will be furnished on request Address nil communications nml make nil re mlttnnaea payable to KKCOUD PltRSS Ky THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 Ill Entered at the Greenville Kyj o tonice n ANY remote corner of the world tray wake up some morning soon to find a badly damaged balloon in its back yard PHILADELPHIA may be slow and nil that but she has a bunch of ball players of ability and rapidity as shown tD all the world THAT second crop of strawberries reported from various quarters will hardly offset the damage done to Florida fruit by the great storm HON SOUTH of Frank fort went up to Chicago to buy a secondhand automobile and ex changed 1500 for a worthless pile of junk South should have stuck to horses as like all true Kcntuck laps he knows horseflesh HAVING developed his storage battery car to a point where it is available for commercial use Thomas Edison has made another step in the evolution of suburban travel by the invention of a trackless storage battery car The car is of the type and is in reality a large motor bus driven by electricity At a recent test of this car it was run over steep hills and typical suburban roads with perfect success The cost of 8reVattlbn was found about a Scitcice Seriwis The good Samaritan saves his sermons until after the work of suc When all men wish you with the angels you may be sure youre far from them The strength and sweetness of friendship depends on sincerity tempered by sympathy If you try to do all the good that needs to be done you will soon lose heart for doing any good It you set your heart on gold you can get it but you can never satisfy your heart with it Some preachers who in hurling anathemas at heretics why a teamster should want to wear The average saint is apt to look to the average man like a decrepit old gentleman rebuking a boy for climb ing trees Bulbs of all Kills StICk Miss Lena Arnold has in kinds of bulbs and now is the time to begin the cultivation Following arc ready for deliver and orders token for others and prompt tie livery guaranteed Chinese Sacred Lillie joe each 3 for 25 Paper White Narcissus Grandiflora 2 for 50 300 doT Roman Hyacinths Single White jc each 500 doz Bedding Hyacinths Dutch 50 each 6oc dos Forcing Dutch Hyacinths toe each Jioo dot Tulips mixed For piano in Green ville Apply to Mrs J W Voraberg telephone No 2162 Central City Ky s 29 School books all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also fj Roarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarante rnoncy back if riot bettor than any you Mass Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plant and will appreciate orders Which wijl best attention THE RECORD 500 per year 0 a c c o pays notices tag 111106 No or this rule to anyone tJ card oIfrnTilt 7 t c a secondclass matter oof TRI lmF to be r i ir cor deli ht f wonder 4 i stockall d f tI oQdoz ale Squareof 1 for p It I fi V II i one payas you euter c a i lip u F r p eve used save s Y a lbI jib i x y- y LOST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Metaphorically Speaking OV RONDO I A full and complete account and detail of this wonderful discovery was given in Prof Pomroys work on Money and Finance This book was considered by some to be a very able work of financial logic and philosophy It was generally accepted by all the learned critics and men of letters belonging to the Greenback school as being the wonder of the age It gives a full history of money and finance from the days of Abraham to the time of discovery This book also contained a treatise on political economy thought to be the best ever published to the world it also contained some beautiful illustrations and proverbs headed as Hot Drops and Meat for Men which were very instructive as well as stylish and tasty It was thought by some that this book ought to be taken and adopted as a standard work and as a guide to wealth for all financial and Prof Pomroy displayed great genius and ability he had acted in every political capacity known to the American people He incnted in financial matters from early manhood and succeeded in constructing a six horse power ob servatory at New York which con tained one of the best financial tele scopes known to the world It was through this powerful magnifying instrument that he discovered the solar Greenback dollar revolving independently on its own axis a legal tender influence hav ing gold and silver satellites sur rounded by a large ring of currency Pomroy stated that from his observatory he had a splendid view of the comet bonds which had visited our financial firmament periodically he stated that since its appearance in 1861 and 62 it had the earth than ever before and that it had passed between the earth and the solar Greenback dollar which occurcd at Washington City the equinoctial line in 1873 He also stated that the comet bonds had a create great attraction and financial drouths and since 1873 it had presented lustre and brilliancy of gold that from the signs of the zodiac the comet bonds would gradually disappear in a northern direction that it would soon be north of the Mason and Dixon line and would not be likely to returu until that generation should have passed away He also stated that the solar Greenback dollar had its eclipse like all other financial theories that in 1875 there com menced a partial yearly eclipse of the solar Greenback dollar at the meridian Washington City which lasted until the first of January 1879 This eclipse was caused by the satellite Gold passing between the solar Greenback dollar and the earth He said that the satellite Silver had just emerged from an eclipse which commenced in 1876 in 1878 He said that the solar Greenback dollar seemed to advance and recede from the earth that in 1865 and 66 its mag nitude wag much larger than at any time since and that there was a visible on its face caused by a legislative eruption of customs and import duties and the redemp tion of pybjjc that the solar Greenback dollar anf the satellite Gold seemed to be on one parade while Silver was undergoing changes Further particulars can be found in Pomroys Financial Astrono my when tbU discovery was made the Greenback thcotjst went forth into all quarters of the nation preaching financial salvation to every creature to a backslidden and bankrupt people proclaiming from the stand and from the house top good news and glad tidings peace in America and Greenbacks for the people The Pacific MiMtklys Special Intro frcttry Offer The Pacific Monthly of Portland Oregon is a bountifully illustrated monthly magazine which gives very full information about the resources and opportunities of the country lying of the ItockicB lt tells all about raent Kuulaination Projects Uitri 8 adaofe to raising dating raising etc iufplPftllil stories by Jack London tt andcomplete tt commercialschools expel i fractional approachednearer bankwaves andended darkspot its ow feat t the I rqc and tens outlUte unit 9t ulr i exerting debt w tovgrntnrnt d poultry 4iJtllprs ht rice fs ate ut to a They cried aloud and spared not Woe unto you bondholders and capitalists for if the mighty works which have been done for you thro national legislation had been done for the laborer and yocmanry they would have repented Ye bankers who have been exalted above the common level you shall be brought downThey also argued that the new discovered system would bring about the financial millennial and that in this nation all other nations should be financially blessed That here the Jew shall find his temple of poverty shall be glori fied that this nation would be as a beacon light to all other nations while sailing upon the and as a guiding star to those that may be wandering in financial com plication and afar off That from the days of Jackson until then the kingdom of finance had suffered violence and violence taken by force That the prophets of Gov ernment bonds should be destroyed from oft the land that the worship pers of gold silver and fine metals would flee into the mountains for a city of refuge that the scepter would depart from the specie sys tem and the Greenbacks would be ushered in that men would no long er view finance thro a glass darkly but sec it in its true light that want hunger and destitution would be destroyed and stricken from the land that pains and deprivations of poverty would not be realized that the weary and wayworn would find rest in stately mansions where they can have the gratification and assurance that they had plenty of money and no poor kin while all national and individual prosperity would advance at lightening speed that if law and legislation can create cne dollar and make it as gold it can create billions pay both public and private indebtedness and then make a general distribution to the poor and needy which would escape all comtnunjsp and give gen eraLcmfalU money and trade with other nations Now it was found after the dis covery had been made that it could be of little force until it could be brought into practical use So the Greenback professors in the differ ent states met in 1876 and selected one Peter CoopeV of New man of considerable prominence and ability to make a model of the discovery and present it to the com mittee of the whole and have it patented But Mr Cooper failed to get a patent on the grounds that it was thought that the model would soon be thrown out of beat on ac count of some loose screws Steps were then taken to tighten up the give it a better coat of varnish After four years James B Weaver was selected to represent the model before the same commit tee and try for a patent Mr Weaver also failed on the ground that the Grange pulley was not made of durable material and would sot stand the wear and tear that would be required So there were some further improvements made on the model by putting a silver cylinder in the place of the Grange cylinders and in 1884 one Benjamin Butler was chosen to go before the same committee and try for a patent But the objection was raised that the Jftftde wanting in propelling power Cutler failed to get a patent Then ier were made and a large fly whetej was attached and silver mounted and with a silver finish And after fpur years Mr was chosen to go befpfp he cpnmttee and try again but failed owing jto tire njpdej having no gold axles pivots and sockets It was again presented by Mr Weaver bfjt Jje failed owing to the machine having no force bjll and a gold lever attached 10 HE CONTINUED troduce it we will send six months for fifty cents This offer must bo asap ted ou or before February 1 HIll Send your name and address accom panted by seals in stamps and learn all about Oregon Washington Idaho und California Address The Pacific Monthly Port laud Oregon oS74t Disinfecting has been done by over the county and calls from near and far are answeredrrr i promptly The charges arc wealthand financialseas goodas vert t Yorka modeland as apd s eaver Roarkall I I LIq 110 I I poverty and Qc n mProveiten fifes reasonable z FLOWERSOR Design Work I 1 paR Send your order to the Greenhouses in PRINCETON KY All orders given prompt atteitiin JOHN I RACKEBRANDT Mf A Bisscll 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 Many men give themselves away when they try to save themselves explained BLMKiYRL ROARK INSURANCEGENERAL We represent the Home Insur ance o of K Y E s ty writes ill kinds of firm ind city property j I E z FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL 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 sale to highest bidder Wagon Buggy Disc Plows and other farming implements and a lot of household and kitchen furniture lernjs made known on day of sale MRS LOUISA J H HELTSLEY CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO IXCORFOKATBD 1 ii0 I OF Barrow DELTSLEY h VV T Long distance tines and tolephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pcuplj of this great section of tho country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities SouthernIllinois unsurpassed MES E cALDWELL rea LFLAND HUME neal Mere T D IWET trr+ I Subscribe for Iht Record Only 50c fiL L yJ MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier TIlE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin J Purycar C M Martin T Reynolds Jr s The standing and responsibility the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management DEPOY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of x GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections 4 Implements and such goods our Stbtfic especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated I Undertaking Department JL We have just added an Undertaking Department to our VJf and will carry a comprehensive Ijne of Coffins Can j kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse f in service on call anywhere Orders In this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night j S Teleptones StoreJo I Hp No R or No 3 jjj 1 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO DEPOY KENTUCKY fl t l j patronage we A E no i f I t f t r frt a ttp i J The 0 tM l11 W W i m W iWi 9 m W Im W J 0 WI mare JrWiT J i ti business q i Irft Ic ccc fettta CC t J I j 33i3 rPl l- le I BRIDLSSIIANNON 1 1 1 1 warS r t tay S lt 1 1 I f 1 tai w tlW J Our Way of Selling Paint k 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 tP paint o enamel or stain we can supply exactly the article will do it best You can be Sure of this we sell the perfecj ACMEe t QUALITYkind varnishes all carrying the mark With every purchase of the Paints and Finishes the plete paint book ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated f guarantee youfreeonlycom varnish that because Tilt q1LiO properties the Grape are transmitted by Pure to the food The food is thereby made more and digestible j I Important IU of I i ROYAL Baking 1 o Absolutely t n J0 Jo 4 4rw 9 f t k GOD AND THE WORLJ Hymumlii IlrUlol Knplnml tflTlNU 10 ISfcl wn a Us critic nnrt hUturlnn of llterntnre Ill root Important work wits his Skcteke aiul In Italy published In 1HT9 lieI ni mi and Italian w U taken To him supreme who tnnkcth faith to be TrtifrU hope love power nnd entile enwvy Strain eye till sight and tiuu IM cUm Thoult Had but similitude af Him Yea and thy plrU lu her HlliM f flume StlU tries to pan go the symbol nUll the uamo QUnrmcU and wmtpellist ihou vHmb st from height to helsbw And round thy path the worM plilne bright Time space and size niul distance iense to IM And every Is fresh luthilly What were the IJod who sat outride to re The spheres beneath llit finger tree Ootl dwells within and mores the world and mold Hlmaelf and Nature In one fort enfold ThutTall that lives In Him anti Is Shall neer Ills presence neer HI Spirit mis The oul of man too it a universe Whence follows It that race with race concur In naming all it knows of Rood oust true God yea Its own God and with honor due Surrenders to Ills sway lath earth nod heaven Fears Him and lives where place fur love IK given Give us your job work Nancy Nov 8 opera house Next Monday evening is Hal loween Sec Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs of all sorts Good morning Have you picked your candidate yet Tempest and Sunshine at opera house tomorrow night Oysters and celery at J E Coombs Co Mr Yewell Rice was here from Owensboro last Friday l fow is time good men to to the aid ofI Have Barkley ijros repair your jjues and prevent a joss w w jo l turkey to fatten for Thanksgiving There W3 i irgc praf in urn Monday and shopping was pretty general in all lines The members of the family are constantly at the bedside of Mrs John A Williams and her condi tion is almost hopeless She has suffered several sinking spells and constantly gets weaker Most flues are In need of being overhauled for the winter season Call on Barkley Bros who will do the work reasonably and in best 0Q a 1tQ AODPiiN sn l ltD t f ujjof hl mallrlqtdntbtlILr eAran f H step 1 J I t O r t I t f fall the Not tof f f I A s of O o tI t 10 t II It O t manner J if l r fu L Dl aotIN Syatoxis t 1h lrss a rainp 1 circling r x s r t i the come party ire i f fi r p 4 1 L M 1 fr L 1r Its t ai IN MEMORIAM Writ ton in memory of Groan Robinson who died July 4 Will The former from Ids toll at ln t I free Till tuber too hits rnriKHl his rr po r IIiiNluM nru the rhlMrcnM shouts of glee lad In the minigray clivom the village sleeps For me there I no uleop when nllN the might UH inrtlc volie my very being thrills AH here alone I mu e where falls the light Of waning moon which To vnllev lnrknlng wooil and hill No InhnrmonlouM Miiuul the lirenVn lint In dun wood n lonely lilpiMiomIll Sends forth Ids iilnlntlre ineliiiiHioly Tho notes of frojtrt tifnr niul erlekrtH near Seem but my own thonghlH- i chant renuinrlve illrgellke While noft wlmln with the brenth oft Mowers That In their orlrntnl pileiulor spread Sigh gently through the liraiirlie of Ilieieoaks Aiul of the Boys forever dead And yet the night u holds all UH own Hut Iniirn not tis ail In vnln Fur Mowers to bloom or wltul to blow No jMiwer on earth con bring them Itaek Again No power eau brenk the of thy sleep For thoii art gone IIIMIII thnt mystic way Fnim no Inivler crt linn yet returned Thy Mini left UH temple mmle of clay moUrrlng lleH within the tomb now 1 mourn thy fur nelnlnml wild The voter of night Miyn Lnurjvoer nnd tier That woman true so gentle fair and mild She whom the angvls giiHnletl trout on high She whose bright ryes were wily truth Whteli mirrored bnek the pureness of her soil HAH dlsniiMnrid forever from the nlglit And fur nut nciir It searches but In vnln Awny Iteyotul the dark Ilntonlan share Her soul Invisible to tutorial ryes Now wendit UH way nod will return no more For one beyond IlfeK MmdowH do not grieve T4Mlny my wiindrlng led me afar OVr hill nnd dale until I renehed thy house Thy earthly home err than hadnt the lint And an I tint within the room once thine Where nil around were nlgiiM and tokens fair Left by It M emed a itnered ehariii Wagered there Like Ineenne from an unseen reiifuir swung I wept that thy pure life hind teen no brief It made nlmottt unbearable my grief To think that there Id sue tutee nevermore but when I each jrRJf if thine And gazed upon the scenes to them once deer The wools caeh shady nook and tlowry dell 1 fancied that thy spirit hovered near And then as In a dream though yet awake Thy life nppeured before me an u rny Which front the MIII cones down to bless the earth limit having done UH work then steals away To UH own source unknown to mortal man There tlrst appeared the springtime of thy life When thou taught within the By one now far beyond all earthly strife Twns by his nut that when I Haw thee next Thon wert pupils tOil aright Upon the untried bonier of lire way And then a bride in xlilmmering rubes of white I saw thee who from cboolroom scenes had flout A woman hishenl mission to fitltlll Though on thy tart there shone the mother lav- Vhy little ours were orphaned at ills will For when I sow thy silent marble turin Each clilxeled feature told me hint too well That thy lifen ray bad done UH work and fled My dream was pine and though I could not tell Why Death claimed thee when needed here HO touch rnnttKOiAGWhcrcTu n hnppy ttptrlt t A had been found by Aud there should wall for those Mill left to The night U now far spent nnd this deep ml t Which an n veil enfolds the HlumVrlng world IH like the cloud my mtul enu not resist Wheneer It seeks the mystery to know Of that Orltn Reaper who hath eume to them Jnst ho hath ta those whom I lured bj t And silently to landsi 1 ran nut He While traveling In this weary vale of tones lath Juror thy stunt thieve to never die And other who art wearied on lifes way Unheeded he Lath silently passed by And left them yet to linger on awhile rtecloudetl In n world where Joys ore fox lad where great sorrows come wanton weeds not If the mystery of Heath I knew Id underntand this ray this spark railed life Yet to His will I can but humbly bow For He it M who doeth all things Tell And then stale dry I kook not when or how Life Death nil this mystery will be plain AXT M LONIIEIT Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Mr W C Jonson was giving business matters attention in Madis onvillc last Saturday It will be a good time to get a cheap horse next Monday as all the jockeys will have offerings Getpotted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Nature is donning her festal and the next few weeks will be the finest season of the year Mr Arthur Y Martin was here from Paducah a few days the latter part of the week on legal business resh caught J Coombs Co and Saturdays ay igcoUjnty ay i1 sH fte Very light frosts been re b t not hp least as ypt been done This has been the latest fall ever known here Call on Leslie Hale next to National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc fj Hon A O Stanley spoke here at 130 oclock Monday afternoon in the interest of Hon R Y Thomas Jr The court room was comfort ably filled and the address was well received with frequent outbursts of approving applause Mr Stanley is very popular in this county where he has made frequent visits I J 1111 all n1IIf1 Ihlt ran the ur lure hut whisper h lit If tit trussed the tin novel Cert t1 pI tA mourn H garments f fiat Wed 7 Next t Ii iqp f qf te PPfq qt election S that a farge crowI I I t t T e h T r xs xs c ws cs tcvc cs IticKlc Laura nights hippy ntea tow sprite a Wong ceho sad clrnt I don rh rut further softly stillness bits silentlAnd bus wells steps hand whose iithts are gone stilt well kudwn villa C tattat directing I near tAatearl w lh land larch its like and ays 1 court cion a count a n re n townwill o tc hI a s s p6 George Jcffcrs Sent to Asylum Mr George Jcffcrs was examined before County Judge Rice last and a jury adjudged him insane and he was carried to the asylum at Hopkinsvillc for treatment Mr Jef fers was found wandering about the country near Morgantown and was taken in charge and brought here last Sunday For some time he has been a sufferer from a nervous and physic al breakdown which affected his mind and produced a general ncu rasthenic condition but he has ncv cr been violent George Jeffcrs is one of our most popular young men was bright and industrious and his condition causes anxiety among all who know him It is hoped that with rest and treatment he will be restored Tcupest and Smshine THHMTOW Night A quick and ungovernable temper is responsible for years of to those directly concerned in Tempest and Sunshine a drama tization of Mary J Holmes popular novel to be seen at the opera house Ion Friday Oct 28 The play deals principally with two beautiful girls who are sisters and their sweethearts who mix things up gen crally in their wild endeavors not to ncroaeh on the others choice Laughable and serious situations are hereby presented to the confusion of all Neat comedy introduced interspersed by Southern melodies Seats now on sale at Countzlers Sorghum and cakes t Less than two months till Christ Central City had another fire last Friday morning early Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Mr B F Green is up after confined to his home for some time from tonsihtis Next week will practically close the campaign and interest is being aroused to the working point Thoughtful persons who are to give handmade Chrishmas remem trances are now very busy with the preparation sell Jfeef hides 02 Mesdames Elgin Rice and T B Slaton are in Frankfort the local chapter in the annual meeting of the Eastern Star Rev G P Dillon conducted services Sunday morning and even tag in the Y M C A building and was greeted by large audiences at each service Fresh smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J E Coombs Cos market 020 Mrs C Y Reynolds and her brother Mr Wm 1rowsc started for Whitefish Mont Tuesday Mrs Reynolds will make her home there with her parents William Edward the month old Mr and Mrs Chas Vaughn of Powdcrly died at their home last Thursday from pneumonia The body was carried to Graham for burial Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkjey Bros do this work in best manner This fine weather is being utilized to the fullest by the farmers who are getting everything in shape for the winter Hauling patching re plcannS upi qtc are falling l ow hat there s almost a general observance of a sale sane Fourth efforts should be o jng allovyeen m tlieotVerndi ye ant subscribe to no testimonial for them for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold of the most important of this seasons theatrical will occur on Tuesday Nov 8th when Mr C H Kerr will offer his 4act comedy success NANCY with the original Daisy Cameron in the title roll It is a pleasure to the theatre goers to have Miss Cameron with us and there is no doubt that a packed house will greet this well known star and clever company Seats on sale at Countzlers Nov Phone 86 9 Monday unhappiness Southern t matS destructive being YQu our childof the ti m e t lOne drugstore 7th f c 1I r- ors met CoointisC Co before representing aywjt y anti ado eii emsArfi events n Sandusky House Burns at Central City Central City suffered from another destructive fire that wiped out the Sandusky House about 2 oclock last The property had recently been overhauled and refurnished at an expense of some thousands of dollars Among other improvements was a system of steam it is thought that some defect in this plant was the cause of the fire though that has not been determined and the cause may never be known The new Messrs Kffie Moore Lucien Miller and Ori en Mactolf were just getting the place in shape and their loss will be very heavy as they carried only about 8000 insurance which will be less than half the loss The own ers intend to rebuild and are per fecting plans Grain Salvage Expert Saves Mr John Shofncr of Nashville representing the American Grain Flour Co of that city beer here for ten lays and has been superintending the salvage of the wheat from the elevator of the Greenville Milling Co He was the successful bidder paying to the in surance companies the sum of 2 500 for the grain He was able to save some 9000 bushels of wheat estimated to be worth 3000 and was able to make some profit for his company though there was con siderable expense attached to his work Several thousands of bush els were sold to parties in town and the county and the balance was shipped to Nashville where it will be sold to feeders and ground and put into mixed feed Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estate of Jlay Martin deceased arc notified to present the same properly proven to me for W H GRAY Admr Mr E J Puryear Cut His Foot Late last Wednesday afternoon Mr E J Puryear accidentally cut his foot and will be laid up for some time from the injury He was having boxes torn up for kindling and went down in at the R Martin Co establish ment to see how the pressing A new axe ha l Dcen bought and MV Puryear c id not resist the temptation to try t In the uncertain light he misjudged lo cations and a glancing blowsyuck the top of his foot Immediafc was secured and he is able to be out again Nancy at the Opera 8 Miss Daisy Cameron who is the star of Nancy which will appear at the Opera House on Tuesday Nov 8th is not only known through her previous work in metropolitan attractions but to many by her phonograph records At a tremendous salary Miss Cameron was especially engaged by the Phonograph Co to make two records a month and her records are great sellers and very popular Per sons having her records are delighted to see this artiste and hear her sing some of her songs and to note the comparison between her renditions and those heard through the phonograph Many who are well acquainted with her great records will he anxious to sec how this dainty prima donna looks and acts so as to better ap preciate her records thereafter Seats on sale Nov 7th at Countz lers Phone 86 Elsewhere will be a Roem by A jss my M Longest of iQTy and ofuj readers will find it a personal of feeling and worth Miss Longest has done considerable l erary work and her efforts jjre vc received Mfs Lucy has a building lot from her property cpr and Hopkjnsville streets 1 r Loujs ftirljriatrick being the purchaser he intends constructing a modern residence on the lot and the location is a desirable one Take your beef hides to E Coombs Co and get the cash Scores of people have been jumping at the salvage wheat saved from the Greenville Milling Co fire It can only be used for fetid but is excellent for that and at the price which ranged from 15 to 75 cents per bushel according to condition it was a bargain See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks I to i f V I t Fridaym rning heatingand owners has JI adjustment the cellar attention tt Nor II celebrated Edison especially famous own drugstore r w I Tin ley tan J heat over some t work as flausc found o tribute sold Her fi c Tickets Steles Mr W G Crawford agent of the I C railroad at this point dis few days ago that his office had been robbed 100 worth of tickets mileage books being taken In checking up his stock he discovered the loss and the theft may have occurred some weeks ago The Chicago office was once and all the con ductors have been given the of the books which makes them worthless unless they have already been used No clue has been obtained as to who did the deed Ice Delivery Closes Saturday The Greenville Light Water Co will discontinue the delivery of ice next Saturday Oct 29 Customers can be supplied by calling at the office during office hours J A OILMAN Mgr Cindy Pill at Y M C A Nov 4 The ladies auxiliary of the Y M C A will give a candy pull at the building in the gymnasium room on the evening of Friday Nov 4 and everyone young and old is invited to come and have a good time Admission 10 cents Speaking Next Meaiay Hons Win Henry Jones mad K Y Thomas Jr candidates for Con gress will address the voters of the county here next Monday at the court house and it being county court day there will doubtless be an immense crowd here Hillside Coal Ce Office Here The Hillside Coal Co is prepar ing to open an office here in the Lam building and this will prove a convenience and aid to its immense business Mr A E McCracken has accepted the position of book keeper and stenographer and will prove a valuable man Bur Grist Mill My new burr grist mill is In oper anon call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped jl 28 A SHAVER Miss Bessie Longest was in Central City shopping Saturday Mr Henry Fifer and wife from Browder are visiting relatives here Mr James James and family have moved to Cleaton they had been here only a short time Miss Maggie Williams tram Beech Creek is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Fleming Quite a number of people from this place attended the services at Prospect church Sunday Mr Charles Robards went to Bakcrsport Sunday to visit their daughter Murphy Rev Herbert E Frost originally from England is conducting a sing ing school at our school house Besides being a choir leader he is a preacher of more than average ability being a member of the Moody Bible School Chicago It is a rare treat to have such a leader in midst Carl of Thanks We desire to express our deep gratitude to the many persons who showed sympathy and who rendered willing service during our anxiety and following our bereavement Friends and neighbors have qiade tfyerflselyes Doubly dear and the rrienbcrs of the Modern Woodmen pf America were constant and sym pathetic in their attentions MRS Cuts Y IKYNOLI W F vtP has 50 many theatrical successes tP hjs credit win present at the pppra house on Friday Qft ag and Sunshine This play is a dramatization of Mary J Holmes famous novel and is a perfect transcript of life Its char acters are real people whose troubles and joys are real as their comedy and pathos The cast includes some of the very best known players in the profession Seals now on sale at Countzlers drug store 25 35 Soc Fire insurance companies have had losses of about 35ooo in Central City this year which is equal to the total of three years premiums It is reported the companies are contemplating as the business is a losing one for them Old papers for sale at this office W J V r covereda ofabout notifiedat numbers I corn J Ptatrlv andwife Mrs our n Jp I h Map that 1 l yrYpz w iw l T0P IITelp lest1 withdrawal le 1 t tth I UNDER THE FLOOD OF LIGHT that comes from electric fixtures reading is as easy as it is in day time Have us supply you with electric lights and youll not alone enjoy your evening reading more youll save your eyes as well It would well repay you even if the cost were greater But it isnt as we are ready to prove Greenville Light Water Co INCOnrOUATEK Other Huurs 7S lim a I41 45 p m Ill one Ju 25 1 ther ii 1 s LaMEADE OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 W P MANX Presents A CAPABLE COMPANY TEMPESTand SUNSHINEA HOLMES Famous Novel A BEAUTIFUL STORY OF SOUTHERN LIFE o 4th SUCCESSFUL SEASON Special Scenic Production 215 OB ntid SOc drug store Phone 80 Tuesday Nov 8 THE STAR THEATRICAL tVCNT OF THE SEASON C H KERRPRES- ENTS THE FAVORITE MISS DAISY CAMERON IN THE COMEDY DRAMA SUCCESS The Entire Metropolitan Cast Complete Scenic Production One of the Host Plays of The Y F rlcoM scat 7th Cottutzlcrs Drug Phone 8ii A Christmas TU ie tine M oclally good thing aUoU a Christmas present of The Youths Companion It shows that the giver thought enough of you to give you something worth while It is easy to choose costing a great deal more which is absolutely useless but to choose a present costing only 175 that will provide a long years entertainment and the uplifting companionship of the wise and great is another There is one present however which does just The Companion If you want to know whether it is appropriate or welcome just visit the home of some Companion sub scriber on Companion day Do not choose any Christrna present until you have e r awi The Companion will send f ee cample copies and the fospectus for telling something of how The Companion IN 0Price ent A tore fr Qlt at Mean matter C 19 I I t 4t OI DZI1ITa1 SbllitilCP NAN Y eay qot6o t1IlA 7i u sale opens D thin t is sometliin that o nth you t 1 g has recently been enlarged and im proved The one to whom you give the subscription will receive free all the numbers of 1910 issued after the money is received also TheCom panions Art Calander for 1911 lithographed in twelve colors and gold These will be sent the subscriber Chrishmas morning- if desired You too as giver of the subscrip tion will receive a copy of the Cal ender THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass New Subscriptions Received at this Office Y M C A NOTES On next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev G P Djllon the new pastor of the Methodist church me suujcct wexv Birth men and boys are very invited to come and hear him HALLOWEEN POSSUM HUNT under the auspices of Y M C A The party will leave the Y M C A building next Monday night at sharp Each hunter will be responsible for his own lunch The party will be in charge ot the follow ing committee Jno Barkley J A Gilman Prof Garrett J P Morgan Rufus Watkins J S Brizendine Roy Wells and Geo T Anderson Every boy and young man in town should join this hunt and also have their tale ready to tell around the camp fire All those who are going are to hand their names to Mr Anderson at the Y M C A For any information see the committee in charge of arrangements JNO BARKLEY RUFUS WATKINS GEO T ANDERSON- OH YOU POSSUM Special Millinery Sale In order to close out my business I will conduct a special sale of beginning Saturday Oct 29 and continuing until all goods arc sold I have a stock of new and seasonable goods to amount of i 200 sell every item at 10 per cent less than wholesale cost MRS M MARTIN Smooth people who hope to slide into heaven find that the skids the other way Miss Elizabeth R Gardner of Louisville who ha been here con siderably in the practice of her pro fession aa a trained nurse has to make this her home has secured a room at the home of Mr Robert Wickliffe Miss Gard ner is a competent nurse and will be welcomed hcte as there is a growing d raand here and here alvouls for such service and her highly satisfactory work is known to our physicians and many patients whom she has served J E Qcsoflabs beef hides cash price Uncle John Robinson one of our well known colored men is ve sick at his home here front cow plication of ailments his be being jo toreach 1 vqj z rr 1 eI cordially 815 I andwill E run decided anti Cryi incidept to 1 1 j 2 T 1 f s r all requested r millinery best ate vast t 21 Furniture WaJlpfeper Shades Moldings 55 j Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrzsppeiv Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK r 0 1 CAS JbI a r i r 1 4 I JJ 7T yed S r M A raw re I v Ae arm laurden PROPER CARE OF EGGS Betake to Hold Them For Higher Price Says Philadelphia Writer Wlirr can Waiiit properly I xnl for the pnwmo of IHII i markets VhU arc the MI uses Katuw Stnto Agrtcultunil college the bbiute at East In pnrt v ii the firmer for the following two if Kfrat aoiuo f w farmers iiT ly lulu OSK to imirlut whleli iiy Know not fronli henuise they it n that the itiprvhiiiit Is compelled i iU them or lone their trade sec ami by fur the gmihwt reason i vnuse of Igmmiini on the part of firmer ns to how to soil egss snvs wrliH In the riillndelpiiln Itccord It is ludord n had prmtlre to tmdo off fife PKS at the village store Somo iiiiMvlinnta eveu ffer J cents n dozen ntur for eggs HOW for trade than tiiey do thoee kl for rush The price f piods I rnimil to meet the len iM cy In the profit from the eggs Tin farmer mnhes almost nothing by tin competition s take the errs ns they come it is nu Incentive fur some n I i- Ir an 3 lit the ere LM the egg is dot 1 l y the to mcrt hunts THAT KKST IN OlUKATIOK farmers to make an extra effort supply the menhauls with nil tho egos they etui get nnd nit the weeds or rluirds burn etc are forced to give up their aomethnes rathor ancient oC When the clean fresh eggs are gath tied they must be kept In a clean dry soul place until marketed Good ru CUM In hitch a place kept up off tlu ncr iiinkv osrullciil receptacles ur kfjHttg esgs t i eot TWfcr IK uuthing tint counts no strongly in n mans stiiruss as repel Tniloii and the farmer upon whom groat conlkleore Is placed for market leg nothing lint prime stock Is tic man that is sure to win out During hot went her eggs stale very ink kly Therefore It Is advisable several times a day In fact tint rule Is enforced the entire year iti farm of the writer In winter to prevent their being chilled or crack id in summer to avoid their being htaltsd by bout The life of n fresh egg Is generally computed at Three days Therefore to jaiurantoe freshness they should be marketed two or three times a week Grading according to size and color endeavoring to have uniformity u each shipment is a good business move especially when a retail trade Is lieiug supplied It before marketIns the farmer will ramlK his eggs he will not only feel tUUlily sure of their condition but he can safely giiuranfeo them An egg tester can 1 purchased at any poultry lofts tIII I1fJ jitNtt tot IIItt tot supply eggs IlbtTt might t t the eggs CAPON rKAPY FOR UARKJ7T supply house for about 3 cents This tit over an ordinary house lamp vj this tester in n lyric room thu CKKK tau bo easily ertmllou- An absolutely egg when held up the egg candle should be very clear and only the dim outline of tIll ulk IK visible There should be no ali tell visible Any other than tint is not absolutely frond At the lane n clear space known as the nr cell heroine larger as the egg rots older caused by the evapora tion if time water content of the egg If a dart is noticed It is either u oi a developing gprui A red blood vl n I ciUMi by a dead germ Whiter Ftiviks In the nbell show that It Is ra kirt Thus be graded by raiiiUiiig Into stale cracked rotten clauses Instead of letting the lions run tnouid anywhere In the weeds and my tlnir eggs the farmer should pro vide proper for thorn The trap vi mi excellent Idea ned when H n rets u ed to this kind she li iiave no tiher This caru would iini tlje quithy of time eggs he iu tre nails KO to speak would nt ay In dlscttvcnil early AnoiiiHr wmrt of pront which too rtiMv firm people ignore JH tho pre Mari f ap i a tl innrket Gold fug N male always Improves ids tenJi fcfti fluJL4bJt amt It Is well to vl in A pen bjj themselves for futtdflng M 1 I lit spot rut to ropy fresh lit I It j vlafkt t I s 4 t trill fresh firo 0 red f i eggs t trod nests I Ira far 4 puts atll qulti I s Y a t f e t red r Ix te IRRIGATION IN WINTER Results Very Where Tried in Western States When water is applied either to barn soil or to crops outside the regular Irri gation season it Is termed winter irri gation The practice thus far lion been confined largely to the warmer parts of the arid region It has become well established in Arizona nnd California and Is being quite rapidly extended to parts of Oregon Kansas and the liocky mountain states Experience has shown that n deep retentive soil Is capable of storing a large quantity of water On account of the fluctuation of western streams of nil kinds from the small creek to the large river the greatest How of water often comes nt n season when there Is least demand for It In n few beau ties adequate storage facilities have been provided to retain the surplus but as n rule It Is allowed to go to waste The passage of so much waste water led to the Introduction of winter irrigation and In nearly every case the results have been satisfactory The chief differences between winter and ordinary irrigations are the larger volumes used the crude manner of conveying nUll applying the water nnd the dormant or partially dormant con dkion of the plants nt the time of Ir rigationIn county Cal water Is turned Into tho cnnnls In January and February The large canals of the vModesto and Turlock districts run more than half a lend during the tat ter half of February This Is the rainy period In both these localities and the sCll Is usually too wet for plant growth but water Is applied to alfalfa fields to nil up the subsoil so as to provide n surplus for the rain less summer when water Is scarce Ilesldes furnishing n supply of much needed moisture winter Irrigation when conditions are favorable pre vents winter killing nnd Improves the mechanical condition of the soil UNIQUE WINTER PLOWING Snow Plowed Under Is Said to Do the Poor Manure Most farmers unhitch and turn In when snow begins to fall but here we have a picture of n Vermont man who finished his tall plowing after the ground was well covered with the whiteness Snow linN been called the poor mans manure because It washes from the atmosphere as It falls some nitrogen in the form of nitrate of ammonia and sometimes nitric acid The atmos phere Hiunt i varying amounts of quantities Just after an electrical I Satisfactory n Wuo JJl1n1 Mans liut a PLOWING SNOW IX YMWONT storm the quantity Is Increased as the electricity converts some of the free nitrogen of the atmosphere Into these available forms There are more ni hates and ammonia salts In the at mosphere near cities than In the as these substances are found escaping smoke of factories Halns and fogs and even ball wash the atmosphere of nitric acid nnd am monia salts After n dry spell a heavy shower will contain sometimes com paratively large quantities of these substances and a lute snow In the spring of the year when the weather has been previously dry will contain probably a larger quantity than even n rain for time reason that the snow is more finely divided than the rain drops mid washes the atmosphere more completely There are annually brought down In rains snows and dews about nine to ten pounds ot nitrogen available for plant food to the acre This If bought lu the form of commercial fertilizers would cost say 175 I assume therefore says M A Scovell of the Kentucky experiment station that Is why snow Is called the poor mans manure as it nt least assists In bring ing this much available nitrogen to the soil Some Sad Farm Conditions Two hundred dairy farms In a dozen states were investigated and Inspected and rated according to modern of dairy sanitation Out of the 1100 places Inspected the highest dairy was entitled to 008 points out of the possible 100 The lowest scoring dairy was entitled to only 95S points The average score of the 200 inspected was 3904 out of the possible 100 points Sonic of tbe stables were found to be badly ventilated badly built and too small for the number of cows kept Au examination of the milk path nnd the strainers used on these 200 made clear the fact that these things are often not so clean ns they might he and as clean as people using them imagine Traces of old milk were found In many seams and covers and in only fiftyeight places could nil the milk utensils be pronounced cleanthat Is thoroughly nnd scalded and given n full score for that condition Milk coolers were found in use on fortyeight farms Not over ten thermometers were found In use on the 200 farms and iu at least 19 Instances positive knowledge re guttling the temperature of the milk could not be obtained except by the tise of the Investigators own therinom scor- Ing farms f Cfi1f r rrt i country lathe standards superficially washed ttcr r A ClientBlossom Tim jAPANfisa GIVE GOOD EXAMPLE It in n proverb of Cherry Blossom Land that n tho basis of a1 strength Good nature 10 also recognized as great importance The as n are able for their health endurance pa tience and skill Tho cherry treo is tho most highly in It not forth a beautiful blossom but tho is most pri U is prized cherry treo furnishes n imrk in medicine wild whet Wild Cherry Primus Virginiana STATH3 DlC rBKBATOSYi which i J rn The Iii on medicines rays uia properties of thia mack with a tho property of calming irritation and norvoua excitability Adapted to tho treatment in thcro b debility cf the or of limo Another Kinos AMERICAN JMsrBxsA TonY says it tono and clrcngth to useful in fever cough nnd found excellent in consumption This ingredient is ono of iiuiiuit nit in Dr Picrccs Golden Medic Discov cry This is n which has en the public approval for nearly forty new or untried it has cured thousands of pcopl of thoso chronic weakening diseases which are accompanied ft cough such ns incipient con More than that reason of time other ingredients Bloodroot Mandrake nnd root all cf tho medicinal virtues of which are scientifically extracted and combined in Dr Golden Med ical Discovery remarkable cures of stomach disorders tiara been accomplished Dr Pierce discovered that chemically pure glyc erine of proper is a better solvent of tho active medicinal residing in most of our indigenous or native medicinal alcohol As its use 10 entirely while alcohol known when trod even in small portions for a protracted period to do to ten especially in tho case of delicate women ho decided to use chemically instead of employed alcohol tho preparation medicines lie glycerine besides harmless medicinal properties of great value Its Pierce believes far surpass those cod liver oil entitling to favorable consideration in all cases of incipient consumption an4 other wasting diseases It nn nnd owes its virtues to Natures vege table garden Pr Ticrco ia only th rnthorit cf t tonio tCt SGtCrl native roots l Queens crs o 65 in entirel of c urg stomach authority very snm ration and the intrinsic is UrdfS anrJ nA ljj r EClonuuc to li L i hot combine the U3 iNaturo to euro our diseases This prepara restoring tono and to tho entire It cures inflammatory troubles of tho stomach na as and dyspepsia arising from 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