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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1M Record Advertijirig Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is- H of returns Get rates 4- I sure our It Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane umbrel la or other item that silverware you want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done best manner Furniture Moldings Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our the largest variety of Furniture In MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We 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 always complete Wallpaper is now a staple article of being used all the year round And we always have full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll EVTJuTEngraving s Bfc one in this part of Kentucky and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost Undertaking arid 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 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 Our general equipment is complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car in service sub ject to can anywhere CSTTwo Private LongDistance Tele phones Store 72 Residence 108 Residence ISO yards from store Prompt service any hour day or night Be J L ROARK ESTATE ROARK MaaKcr AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS 4 quickly- in tnrt Nrlui ware- rooms have factory connections exclusive Moldingstocks- are merchandise f9r1lflf9 iEttgrubittg t1t ORIEN L w M UMW tr Machine constantly services NO 270 We ship vehicles Direct front our Factory C O I to Consumer to am trial It greatest importance to the Globe Rudy Harness Co to one who us a phased and Satisfied Customer effort to each am h excellent value in quality of material workmanship ftnirh and cf vehicle a Advertisement and UK orders in return If we c e you by selling an honestly made buggy nrd at n less the Profit will recommend our to your neighbor Our Guarantee innlwolutelv as to our customers as it would be to n denier If otx1snre not 03 your money In returned to you take no risk We manufacture honest anti HnrnrM cuHtomrrs money fill under Write for our Free and Harness ue GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY KILL COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS fr cc o lUll II OU goods Vehicles prompts I I TWO JN ONE ail the eve e represented uiby v w THE t Dr Kings hi New Discova I cOLDS S PRICE too 81004Tlla Free I AND ALL THROAT AND lUNGTROUILES IGl1AItANTlED BATIBPACT08 J t j f r irr DR J W BARLOW Crown and Work done at reasonable prices oaks up stairs In the Jones Building Greenrlllc Ky DR I J SLATON hynciati and Burffeon Office street 1 CAM HOWARD GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Grrrn Bnlldin opposite laHearfe Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 7 Monon Route 1IBTWI3BN louisville and Chicago HBST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest i Two trains daily Trench Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DE All IIOUN STATION r CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room i Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor Itli tend Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY DENTISTDrIll near WADf H a d r t llain cross ualnitreet I A Little GoodPamt in Time Saves Vhcn your buildings need pcintinc every days delay you money sun snow ere retting in work Lumber costs too much to it decay wont of a little paint It costs lets to than to rjo with nut it too nothing but good print on out York CARTERStrictly WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colors The land of paint we ice never cracks or scales only years wear will remove it you when ready to paint Ve a firstclass end durable prices reasonable Dcnt put it cit J H HAYES Painter and Interior r Decorator Telephone No 254 p L We Ask You to taka Cardui for your ftmalo troubles becauso we are sure It Will help Remember that this great remedy coats for Vc Let w g Lt c job rain ct a you tomato WINE tJf has brought relief to thousands of i other sick women so why not to 3 you For headache backache ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try U 1 Sold in Tliifl City I pasns female weak It poriodlcal MnvnMnnon rl 1life llt J t1 mlP 4 oo II i- iUT it I 11 11 iII qoe11II iI eI fple Cr 2 r rntlun I II G ucacoe St r ntnurtilhy t ett It1ttYt w ucadiiulwt c m- ip pd a cone r t nouir rigs tr L sr Jr 1 4AL R J Rttotbr t f 1 I lrir j ciiiiinc v koveamltjonto tl IMII SlwpU prat II illllfpMiirci Sw i U lire if joij name iijvir T tl year Sniniifton IMiti Co c va M iMtoo Man urlfIn1 lpIIANIC- It everlo1r I CI lb to H a u ie 6r lJlf Y w c hip I THE KING fEN E Costs very llttlo proves vary anUs factory for lawn yams 11 ruaJ fcnritti for lawns UMOH fENCt CO DeKalb ilL Kansas City Mo C HOWARD CO I Irx ttt kJu P a fit gardens t c Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries all kinds and solicits trade in any branch More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or clamp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains is all that is needed and it is to give quick relief Give it a trial for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 25C large size 50C supplies- of RhounlatiSUI Linament and sie certain White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE r 2 if1 0 11 t aaafaggBgatiiaffigiBs Mtihlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay most inviting field in Ken ptucky for investment ofcapital and pluck I s c i Sisc i4ul III t q the VOL XII NO 38 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I INew Process of Preserving Meals The public is prone to shudder statements of our govern ment investigators who declare that meat can now be preserved a year or ao in storage without danger of putrefaction but what will this same public say to the statement of the Italian experts who have dis covered means of mummifying the fresh killed beef or sheep so that not even ice is required to keep the meat in a perfectly normal and luscious condition in a moderate temperature The procedure described sounds so elaborate that one can scarcely believe it will be feasible for prac tical purposes First a simple so lution of 100 parts of water 25 parts of common salt and 4 parts acetic acid is prepared Then when the beast is killed the veins are drained of blood and the solution is injected into the system in its steadThe original experiments were made at Turin and the animals upon were hung up in an temperature of 6x degrees Fahrenheit and allowed to remain there for two months and a half Then the creatures were skinned cut up and prepared for the scien tific revel Who the devotees were that indulged in the repast is nut generally known as but all tests showed that the flesh was tender palatable and in respect as good as fresh meat if not superior It is declared that there need be no time limit to alive powers of this exceedingly cheap and simple solution Frilled Paragraphs The fortune hunter is apt to find scarce Flour by any other name would smell as wheat The average man is a cheerful giv er wlien asked for advice A girl becomes conceited about the time she has her first beau Most cable news is fresh even after passing through salt water Its only when some men get tight thaf they turn themselves loose While there is life there is hope for everybody but the undertaker The man who tells all he knows doesnt make the world any wiser The wise wife makes her husband believe that she believes all he tells herIf it is necessary to burn your bridges burn them in front of those on your trail A dollar is a peculiar thing The farther it gets away from you the larger it looks Deal at home as much ac pot sible your home town This vill make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property V Seething About kris The severity of burns and scalds depends upon the area of body face that has been burned the and the depth of tissue that has been destroyed For example a burn covering a limited surface of the leg or arm although of consider able depth is often Icssjserious than a larger but more superficaLburn of the trunk head or neck and this is especially true of chifdren who are more susceptible titan grown persons to the shock which accompanies extensive burn Everyone is familiar with the simple redness of the skin produced by a slight burn and with the blister that follows if the burn be a little more severe In such slight no tissue is actually destroyed and no scar results The redness is caused by congestion of the small bloodvessels of the skin and the blister by still further congestion producing a leakage of the fluids the blood into the upper layers of the skin v For such slight burns a coating of or vaseline covered with clean cottonwool is the simplest ntthe 11 t p a J J even J et exceedingly ever i theprcserv J I game I i to idhr est I I Buildup J j J n i I t j 7AI I 1 I o I i I sweet oil j j J 1Itr nJ i i71Jr lJJjr t rt Jo i1 J c i e b v 5 r x M experimented 4 4- aaibm lifc cas nnti still manage krx 4 a situation 1 a an- a t p 4 1 accidents a a o a rMr tY ry Gr- s remedy It supplies protection from exposure to the air which is a cardinal principle in the treatment ot all burns and scalds The blisters may be picked with a has been passed through a flame several times to kill all possible germs and the fluid allowed to escape but the loose skin should be left in place as it forms a better protective than any artificial substanceThe painful form of burn is that which extends only as far as the deeper layers of the skin and scorches the sensitive nerve endings which arc there situated If the burn penetrates beyond this point the nerve endings arc destroyed and the pain consequently much lessened but the loss of tissue is of course much greater healing is slower and the scar is more noticeable In giving first aid to one suffering from a severe burn especially if there is a large surface involved it is important first to pay attention to the general condition of the patient Paleness and shivering a feeble and fluttering pulse cold extremities and perhaps an appearance of little sign of suffering arc all of severe may produce so profound an im pression upon the system and vital centers as to prove rapidly fatal unless met with prompt In such a condition much can be done before medical help arrives by keeping the head low giving suitable stimulants warm blankets and applying hot water bottles to the hands and feet TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Slonon Route Announces New Schedule- of Fares One Way and Round Trip The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one and ts TrTpf good thirty days returning instead of 1 6 Patrons are offered exceptionally good vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partment and Drawingroom as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have and Dining cars and the very finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Rural Telepkoacs Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben 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 Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Very Serious It 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 Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine constipation in digestion and liver trouble is It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver with a larger sale than all others SOLD IN TOWN F If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt dc livery needlewhich stupor- or shockwhich nervous treatment wrapping- in tr ser- Parlor nearest u combined- f 7 i l J correspondingly indications a is formerlyw lri 3 roan Pullmans BLAcK DRAUGhT firmly r F tt N 1q r- y 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 firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Harbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you arc asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the arc very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory selections appreciate laundrywork WITH FOR OF CURES Iti it KINGS AND COLDS AND ALL THROAT LUNG NEW FOR DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUEI AND 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 one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever was W J ATKINS Banner Springs Tean PRICE 50c AND 100 SOLD BY All Druggists DR DISCOVERY tH COUGHS t AND f II II f iIt iANDGUARANTEED r at ROARKS 1 I UH Kttdfleii Cabinets Save 75 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR J FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for The regular is too Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after it and telling us where saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 525 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one use i J only e J PRINCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGEXNConrOMATED Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how can remain young or why other women older than you look younger than you do The secret can be put in a few words Preserve your health and you will preserve your youth By health we mean not health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking women are nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for you is It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It Helps put flesh on your and vitality into your nerves 1I I I o I r I J A r f I 3 t it 1 4 1t r I Take J 4G CARDUI The Woman Tonic My mother writes Mrs Z L of Smith ville Tenn is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly she is up able to do her housework and says she feels like a new woman Try Cardui in your own case Vriit to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Co Chattanooca TeaL for Special Instructions and Mpaga book Home Treatment for Women sent free Adcock I bottler iI WAtLPAPIR Speiallries at Roarks 0 rt r j1 n P c ZJI I ji J toi o ft1 it Medicine r w 9- I P a = 4 iHE REt0RD Independent Newspaper tUULidltZU TUUttUAle UT PRESS f s- An QvfTKt Rice President L nonut Secretory ORUtr GRUSN I KOAKK EDITOR LctjffDhtance Telephone No 72 IH new annex rear of store ground floor 50 CEHTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS TJ Nhcrlpllon prlt e of the paiter la pnya bin M lulvnncv when the tlmn linn expired te wfctatl It U pnld this paper will be stopped Cards of IhunkH obituary notices etc If not logger than ten MUM will IK published free A per line will be made for li tti a No variation of to nnyopt Voo mxmplo oopleo will bo incited will bo Insorted A rate CArd furnished on nil eommanknllotiH and make nil re mlttaiiOM pnyntle to RKCOltl IKESS Uro iirlllr Ky THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 Ill Mitered at the Orfonvlllc Ky poatofilce as I I Tuft exertion of riding thiee miles on a good bicycle is less than that of a fifteenmile walk Louisyillc Post We have not revised the but believe the statement is correct PROF WILLIAM II GOODVEAR writing in American Architect makes an analysis of the re cent report of the commission on the leaning tower ot Pisa in which he proves that there has been no in crease in its inclination since the authoritative observation of M De 1Ieuryin 1859 considers that toe tower is In no danger of falling It seems that the computations of the recent report were based on knowledge obtained at secondhand which contained important errors as to the observations taken in 1829 these errors vitiating of course the computations of the present com TUB report of the British Board of Trade on railway accidents in the United Kingdom during the year 1909 shows that only one passenger was killed in an accident to the in which he was traveling and that this was the first fatality for twenty preceeding months The number of passengers injured white traveling was 390 which is the low 6 t WjSjgr gasqr- As i 2 4 ooo ooo passengers were carried during 1909 the death re cord is certainly icmarkably small By accidents to passengers from other causes falling between trains and platforms trace able to personal carelessness and disobedience of orders 82 persons were killed and 2148 were injured SOME of the smaller European towns of cconimical habits have been complaining because they are obliged to light their streets all night for the benefit of a few belated citizens and have been trying to discover a method whereby the the citizen who needs to have his pathway lighted in the small hours of the night shall pay the costs him self On one of the streets of a small German town such a system has actually been put into operation The street is a little over half a mile long and is provided with nine lamps At each end of the street is a pennyintheslot machine and whenever anyone wishes to light up the street he has merely to drop in a ten pfennig piece which turns on the current for twelve minutes This allows him ample time to walk the length of the street The street is normally lighted until 10 oclock Thereafter the prepayment meter must be retorted to Dig stock of new millinery which I am positively selling in this clos out sale at 10 per cent less than cost Come and my goods see is to buy MRS M 2 MARTIN Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and wilt appreciate orders whichwill have best attention lloarks furniture polish is some what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the bjoadest back if notbetter than any you ever used School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale anti school supplies of all kinds also f3 250 per day paid Jody in each town to distribute fre circulars jfpr concentrated flavoring in tubes permanent position Chicago fH RECORD 15004 per y c aft co c3 ark uertd this rule Ail tl811nentl In request Add r c matter the f He mi5ion F etcdirectly t i I r i f t z S tIng sea tot Ii u t guaranteemoney J II r r to are BARR Co t r and e urn second el4s calculation r s- trainJ t c T K F r K J y r e S q r t one a t a n 4 E rrrJ f r firs ii l f t y LOST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Metaphorically Speaking DY RONDO After the failure of the Greenback party to get a patent on their finan cial discovery a new idea was con ceived and developed by persons be longing to the Democratic party an idea thought to be up with the spirit of the age This idea divided the Democratic party into two prongs The party became forked each prong running in opposite directions one division organized under the name of the Populist or Peoples Party It was thought to be the progressive wing and the principles and policies set forth and advocated by the Populist party gave to the nation much greater extent and con trol of the management of the affairs of the people When the Populist financial philosophers of the new school of politics hall gotten to gather to philosophize and to di scipline a model that would represent the new discovery that was being made by the learned pro fessors throughout the nation the chief of whom was Prof W J Bryan of Nebraska a very eminent and learned financial philosopher who was thoroughly conversant with all the financial system and money usages of the world Prof Bryan had studied Pomroya works on po litical economy and his digest on national finance Prof Bryan took up the new idea to make thorough investigation in his financial labora tort He had constructed at Neb an observatory where he mounted a powerful magnifying silver finished 16 to i horsepower telescope for his observations and thro this telescope he could easily survey the financial firmament of his country and had a splendid and entire view of all the important plan ets and their orbits He made some astounding discoveries which he published in a pamphlet and dis tributed them among the people which caused great excitement and enthusiasm throughout the nation Prof Bryan stated that he had a splendid view of all the financial planets and that there had been considerable change since the dis He sam that the Greenback and Silver planets both seemed to be revolving around the Gold center as satellites that the Greenback planet was not near so large as it was in the days of Pomroy years ago and that altho the Silver planet was but a satellite ot the Gold center tie was of the opinion from the signs of the financial firmament that the planet Silver was rapidly approach ing the earth and would soon be around it and would come between the earth and the planet Gold and that the planet Gold would emerge into an annual eclipse and would commence to recede from the earth until it would sink below the horizon that this eclipse would be visible throughout the United States and if such should take place which he had every reason to believe and none to doubt there would be good times on the earth and peace among the people Prof Bryans faith was so strong in discoveries and predictions that he with other able silver professors set about to construct and discipline a model to represent the idea and theory of the new discovered sys tem of finance This model was constructed entirely of silver mater ial including the axles pivots sockets drjyewheel and all the running gear Tfte model was shaped and fashioned at St Louis in the Tke Pacific Miitiljs Special Iitn iMctwy Offer The Inclgc Monthly of Portland Oregon is a bcaitjifully illustrated npontbly which gives very full jnforumtion nbout the resources and opportunit eso the country lying West ol the Jt tejls nil the Uovcrnmeal JfwJajnatiQ Projects free Government land ap4 tens about the districts adapted to fruit raising dairying poultry raising etc It has splendid stories by Jack London and other noted authors The price is SlHO n year but to in traduce it we will send six months for fifty cents This offer must be ted on or before February 1 loll Send your name and address nccom paafad by fifty cents in stumps and learn all about Oregon Washington Idaho and California Address The Pacific Monthly Port land Oregon o274t has been done by Roark all oypr from near and far gjre an re promptly The charges are reason i A revolving pulleys JtQc ics JYW1ilep jpG 11ft FRH land YP l1 to r 4 1 t properly Lincoln hi lpnga inc acre call r te w v- P F P year 1896 at whicli time Prof explained its various operations and bearings he did it so ably that he was chosen to take the model before the people who constituted the committee of the whole and to get a patent and have it that the discovery could be without any national So Prof Bryan took the model of the discovery and went before the committee and ably ex discussed the great use and value and advantage that it would be to the people if it should be patented and adopted Bryan was a fine elucidator and could give the model a wonderful of all its parts with perfect clearness After the theory had been thoroughly a great flow of eloquence and silver tongued oratory before all the on the first ot November 1896 the committee met and took Prof Bryans model under to investigate and if it was deserving a patent and a charter After considering it well for purposes and use a were highly delighted with the model and were in favor of giving Bryan a patent on his discovery but a large majori ty of the committee shook their heads and said altho Mr Bryans model was nicely gotten up and very beautiful and attractive finish and appearance that its too weak and that its axles and bottom could not stand the na and pressure that it would be required to carry arso that the model was without check its speed in going down a declivity that the McKinley model was preferable one that had been always had So Prof Bryans model was as wanting in its parts The silver professors thencommenced to remedy the defects by making some changes They put in a small tariff drive wheel and a number of free trade pulleys and gave the model a coat of income veneering yarn isrn Alter reinuaenng revarn fishing at the expiration of four years Prof Bryan again went before the committee and presented his rectified new discovery and plead for a patent But still a majority of the committee thought that the tariff drive wheel was too small and too weak for the propelling power that wouldbe needed on up grade that there were too many free trade pulleys for the size of the model and they did not like the color of the income veneering and varnish used They told Bryan that the McKinley system filled the demands and they did not like to risk a new model so Bryan tailed to get a Before Prof Bryan made his third and last request for a patent on his model he attached a broad railroad gauge The committee ob jected to this addition believing it1 would be burdensome and give dis satisfaction and the discovery was The silver craze passed off and those that had been effected with it came to themselves and are now ashamed or their former capers But political and religious fanatic ism has always existed and now abounds such belongs to the human family life itself is full of changes and adventures victories and de feats leaving a dead and forgotten past TilE END 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cr w Anyone lending ft oketeh and description m j our opinion u MfehKbly Conmiunlcn Aleuts ihmVab Alunn Co rccolfoiJB Scientific A hndfomelr Illaitnteil wetkly Ijuvant elf ictentlDo Tcrnis s ear foot Bold by all newsdealers Br ncJi OSco 6 F BU D Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state Bryan chartered- so operated infringement plainedand description explainedwith committee see good- man wonderful had- a makeup- was tionalweight breaks- to triedand provedsafe rejected an an patent abandoned- s TOn fII HAND BOIl on An C advisement government i nn uA t Q rile tor genus t o i s elsl not k A CAD fit a 3tittirosdiwr e1 nf War tioetun Bear in mind that Roark tias splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for dolly and sample books of the finest papers made on short notice afterI il t till rrfi pry w Y I c procurer 4 I 1 iay Honored M Women When woman peeks of her silent secret suffering the trust you Millions hue this mark of conn dcnco on Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every where there are women who bear witness to the of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription which ones the tfftrit t from pals and successfully grapples with woman weak nesses and tttblorn ills a bestowed wonder- working cunng power IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No woman appeal was ever misdirected or her eon fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to the WORLDS DISFRNSARY Mimicxt ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y TIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan C E Martin R T Martin E J Puryear C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful judicious management BIMtlt OOARK GENERAL INSURANCE Dr Pierce II Piwtwof Pruett Ashy ariM aaanf bawd mewmeaf eea a far We represent the Home Insur ance o of N Y a1 J FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS jIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENYILLE KY ihen you wan I ENCWEDII IRecort e- ettbe r COloTnsvSlleRjcIMANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality FLOWERS PI Design Work FOR Sen m order to the GreeitkNses In PRINCETON KY All orders prompt itteition JOHN t ACKEBKANDT Mr liven tit writes ill kinds of firm ind city property t s VISITING CARDS WEDDKG INVITATIONS STATIONERY A Bissell curppt last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from to 151 the sweep ers cost 3 to 575 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained You never know whether a man is good until he gets in the game of life we per wills biz II for he Only Soc IlW I Subscribe Record MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age we solicit all or part of your future Bnking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier The BRIDGES SHANNON 01 i DEFOY KENTUCKY j I 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 ff and can supply most of the wants of the t people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes 5 Hats Etc we offer large selections L fi Groceries Hardware Tinware Farm f Implements and such goods our stocks ff are especially strong x j ft In all departments prices will be found iff- gc the lowest and your visits will be highly g- fa appreciated i Undertaking Department fa We have just added an Undertaking Department to our j business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins Cas SJ kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse cu f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt and careful attention any hour day or night Telephones I Np Ho R or No 3 TheBRIDGES SHANNON GO w- tl DEPOY KENTUCKY Ii t c y o jUl Itjfiiio j g Ii Ii m I 1M W In iIi j l Iil i 1 iim Ii i INo IiIn M C IIr I ffIo f tIl1 e Ce ce a rt r x 4- x tf yryJE IltlitA rr f l fi l l M1 ti 11l l f 1 are Ma illi k Our Way of Selling Paint Is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this we the perfect ACME QUALITY kind of paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the mark With every purchase of the Acme Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paints and Finishes theonly com plete paint book ever published Greenville Millirg Co Incorporated paintor stainwe because elJ i guarantee THE anywhere In QMir Illinois Kentucky Tonnoss Q iVUgsISilppi and Louisiana Wo pan put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason ablo Equipments and facilities Long art SF this Cotjpainy epa p fe unsurpassed distanco tines I T to AR yqu tJn CALDWFLlEStMFD Pros 1 COMBEBLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH G flNCORPORATHDl W n ISLAND HUME Urnl Mrr T D WElL Trea IM WALLPAPER Special Prices at Roans I J J 1 f i 1 tl i 1 0 1 f r C R R LOCAL TIME CARD r uOY4o Arn POWDER Absolutely Pure Tfis only baking pawdi from Royal Gropo arum fMe Alum No Lime Phospha- t r e Konrn BOUND no 122 Express ll55im lot Express 104 4ftUm130 Central City nccutn HO 135 Padiicnh anil Cairo nroom ISI Pulton Accommodation 1210pm 101 New 340pm103 N O Louisville PJIHHF oiilyj I JO urn June 5 1010 aCRAwronD Ajr GLEAMS OF LIGHT 11Y CHAHIOTTE KLLIOT I Ln ljr Charlotte Elliot wits the Ntater of the of occasional In IH78 n of her emu war under the title of 3tnlunand Other Poemn One cannot but be tm In the More iiweet than smiles are tenrn which Hue unbidden When some fair kceue tint downy upon our ejes A rift of joy bjr nature long kept lildilcn That thrill with the rupture of surprise nut dearer yet and deeper I our feeling When some fair deed by one we love IH wrought Some unexpected grace of soul re von II up The lovely blossom of secret thought Oh In these raotiieiitu of thyme emotion The darkening tell of doubt IK rent sport More near us seems the Hod of onr devotion The beaten ne hope for dwells within our us your job work It is startling if all campaign tales are true That was a bumper crowd here Monday Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Politics is not heaven of leading in that direction it seems Nobody is a political fight if all declarations are true Building operations are still being pushed along at a lively gait See Miss Lena Arnold for bulbs of all sorts Campaign workers are now put tjnjj 2 hours per day Are havent had a killing frqst but we have had soqie killing frpejesj Mr M B McDonald spent the weekend with friends at Dawson Springs Good morning Have you changed in the matter of the man who shall get your vote Oysters and celery at J E Coombs Co Mr T O Jones and bride are expected home today after a visit of some weeks in the south Mr John A Williams will leave today for Lexington where he make a to his daughter Mrs f PcndletonJ Sjcating weather has at arriv ed the nflk wIll be open o rflojjqw njghj All are Invited gunday wa a fine Call day ap tHF m P drjvr- PF5 HBf SHtom iP Par PHt FRr joyjng the fine weather 50 motor pleas ure cars for use in various parts of the county To be used for the stimulation of good roads There was some considerable freeze last Thursday night and this is the first time in a great many yearsthai vegetation has been froz en before there was a frost that amounted to anything 3 ill n ft Loul vlue 151 pma 715 JIm coupe I5 nOl OrteauN Spec Qea t0Q Terse Tolume 1 Aetl 4 bit heart Give Nttiil oper h It o goodin 9 almost f 1 I I 4 visit I J 01 last n ers 4 1 4 WANTEDAbout tt i lit 1I1 T Tf11jIi j at Loub vine eonrc Itorunt seine Noy1 8 iusc ill 4 r I t t rfcle 4 w E Thanksgiving next Trade fair in all lines now Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks Somebody should buy an auto mobile Just a few days now until the election Sec Coombs Co before you sell your beef hides 027 Indian summer is almost due for departure Good morning Placed your guesses yet Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold No betting on the congressional race is reported A visitor on a motor cycle passed through the city Monday Have Barklcy Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss Next week we will tell you the name of the new congressman Winter clothing is being looked up and being made ready for use Fresh caught fish at J E Coombs Co Wednesdays and Saturdays Our congressman was in town Monday speaking to his friends and supporters Largest crowd here Monday that has been in town in many months and it was a quiet orderly crowd Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks Mr Spencer Poag who has been at Little Rock Ark for the past several weeks returned home Mon Happy Jack at Brizcndines store is moving rapidly and will soon be gone You must hurry if you want to see him Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Hunters are getting very anxious and there will be a large delegation in the field on the i5th when the quail season opens Mr and Mrs Chas Brothers have a fine boy born to them last Friday at noon and mother and child are doing splendidly Fresh smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J E Coombs Cos market There were no sections of sidewalk missing Tuesday morning notwithstanding the of the halloween crowd Mr Otto A Rothert who has been here for two months on his farm with Mr Alvin Taylor re turned Loqiyjlle day Tues Save your home by having your flues repaired Barkley do this work in best manner Mr W F Johnston and family who have lived here for about a year have moved to Owensboro where Mr Johnston will continue in the insurance business The young folks of the city en joyed a halloween party at the skat ing rink Monday night Everyone was dressed in mask and some of the costumes were quite novel LOST Dark gray raincoat be tween top of bill and depot Green t 1 TT TT T tlvine IILJUUUJ i ii i urcii on inside coat pocket Return to RECORD ojjice for suitabje reward Mr and Mjs rch ancl family and tyr Waer Sacramento came over Sunday onn via yjsU o relatives They over jn Mr Wlijtmers new Ames touring car apd Jhe vehjplc attention a t was qqq of fte pret tjcst pars that ho ever bgen spen here Hewett Rucker who returned to Eddyville last week to look after some property his father Judge Rucker left when he was beaten and driven away by night riders two years ago has been warned to leave Eddyville His brother inlaw Joe E Robertson has been forbidden to let him stay at his home The letter was mailed at Eddyville Oct 23 to A election hio o o concrete activity q homE of m H 0 C day his pros leant hint cot came alt aGte4 t yFh r a P Death of Mrs John A Williams After an illness of more than two months from typhoid fever which was malignant from the beginning Mrs John A Williams died at 12 30 oclock last Thursday morning For many days she had been at the point of death and her family hud been constantly at her bedside In her death the city loses one of most estimable women and the Methodist church out of its oldest and most consistent members was in her yist year and until stricken with fever had been in usual health She is survived by her husband and an only daughter Mrs J T Pendlcton of Lexington She was L Mitchell and George Crokett of Texas Mrs T E of Princeton and Mrs Rebecca Baird of this county Mr Sylvanus Eadcs of Colorado Rev G P Dillon her pastor conducted the funeral service at the Baptist church and the body was laid to rest in Evergreen tcry at 3 oclock last Friday The family in its is joined by all our people Skate tomorrow night Baby Smothered in Folding Bed A six months old child of Mr and Mrs Robt Collier Dunmor was smothered to death Monday morn ins by being closed up in a foliling bed Miss Lelia King is a boarder at the Collier home and attending school In caring for her room preparatory to starting for school she closed up the bed failing to notice the baby which had been placed in Miss Kings bed by the childs mother It was half an hour before the mother reached the she found it dead Reports are that Miss King is and she has the sympathy of all her friends the grief stricken parents even suppressing their sorrow and extending to the young lady every consoling attention Millinery Millinery If you intend to buy millinery o48MYhcrc yougan get fjrsL class roods at lowest prices MRS M E MARTIN Mrs T M Morgan of Murphy boro Ills is here on a visit to relatives and friends Susie May the year old daughter of Mr and Mrs R B Cornett died at their home at Oakland Tuesday at 7 p m of brain fever after an illness of about two weeks Burial was at Pleasant Hill at 2 30 oclock yesterday afternoon Caidy P ll 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 Q cents We had our first sqow last r cording to some weather observers it forecasts that to have 28 snows this winter on the idea that we will have as many snows as days age of the month Mrs Geo A Williams holding ticket No 692 drew the Free sewing machine that was given away by Mr M B McDonald at his store Monday afternoon There was an immense crowd present Mr Leo A Koons the demonstrator showed the many good points of the machine which Mr McDonald is selling to people in all sections Grist Mill new burr grist mill is in call on your merchant oj White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feedVI t II I jl 2 J A SHAVER of most imoor ant of Air C H Kerr will offer his 4 act 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 drug store Nov 7th Phone 8G Take your beef hides to J E Coombs Co and get the cash s ig 3 e v y z f andvigor the tliof Mr Robert an of lilt family the rs survive her Mesdames Riche afternoon childand prostrated possible 4 was a light affair but ac weare factor y operation I I I r 1 eq l eqtrc eye fill qR day Noy Rtt JJ i to i Sl 1ad follorvi ccln sotto I rltl very err i tt COA Inc the s son4hl i 111a 1Y 4yi4 S e lit R Is tt The Speaking Monday One of the largest crowds that has gathered in town in many months was that which came from every section of the cqunty last Monday This was regular county court day but the magnet which drew the was joint discussion of po matters by the Democratic Republican candidates Hon Y Thomas Jr and Wm H Jones Mr Thomas opened discussion speaking an hour and a half followed by Mr Jones who occupied the same length when Mr Thomas again appeared for a sliort time in answer Both wcic well received and were frequently interrupted by applause which or twice bordered on disorder but it was all in happy mood Thomas felt more at home of course this being his home and set a rapid gait in his speech He vigorously and clearly presented his claims and defended his acts while in congress Mr Jones talk was clear straight and convincing on the issues of the day he defined his position stated what he would do for the people and referred to his political record while in the state senate This was his second speech here during the campaign but was more forceful than his former address It was after 4 oclock before the speaking closed but the crowd remained large to the last and both sides are claiming that the joint discussion was a good thing for their candidate Over 1000 worth of millinery goods to be closjjil half price Before they are picked overcome M E MARTIN WilfiamsIIoward Mr and Mrs G B Williams announce the engagement and marriage of their ter Jessie Elinor to Mr the to occur the home of the bride at noon Nov 16 The announce ment will be received with much pleasure by the large number of friends of the high contracting both arc very popular in our social circles The bride to be one of our brjghcst and most ing of lawyers and popular in busi ness circles The public is invited to the rink which will open Friday night Nancy at the Opera House Nov 8 Miss Daisy Cameron who is the star of Nancy which will appear at the Opera House on Tuesday Nov 3th is not only known through her previous work in metropolitan attractions but to many by her cele brated phonograph records At a tremendous salary Miss Cameron was especially engaged by the Phonograph Co to make two records a mqnth and her records are great sellers and very popular having her records are especial Iy deljghted tp thjs artiste and hpaf sing qrfle qf her famous songs qn a noip the comparison bciweqn her awn renditions and those heard through the phonograph Many well acquainted with her great records win he anxious to see how this dainty prima donna looks so as to predate her records thereafter Scats 3n sale Nov 7th at Countz lers drug store Phone 86 Muhlenbcrg is up to the front in many respects but is sadly behind in the matter of automobiles Other adjoining counties have pleasure and cars but we have nothing but old models in pleasure cars and no commercial cars It may be that our roads arc not suit able but that is the most reason that could be given Tlio witft nf ljnner cd decl at the r home n the west cn of last Thursday evening from a complication of ailments front which she had for winy m fltl Vvincwi spaces Xfrc conilpel by J cv Yn A M 1C ion church at 4 oclock Friday afternoon and the Interment was made in Fairmount cemetery Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estate of Ray Martin deceased are notified to present the same properly proven to me for adjust ment W H GRAY Admr i j i r There is always a lot of in other peoples troubles Ij at r y I a 1 1 I 141 people the sand thee speakers count respective out end 1it approaching Campbell Howard wedding Wednesday parties as iovable woinen nd owar IS C e skating Edison t andacts bett rap commercialmotor condemning color eTG imagination I 7 4 once at sectl em dau young Persons see her who are otter town si1 1 1 tic LaMEABE OPERA ROUSE Tuesday Nov 8 THE STAR T fATRICAl VENT Of THE SEASON C H KERR ritSEflTS TIE FAVIIITE MISS DAISY U THE COMEDY DRAMA SUCCESS The Entire Metropolitan Cast A Complete Scenic 1roduction One of the Best Plays of The Year Price OK BO nnci 7Kc Heat sale opens 7th Countzlcrs Drug Story Phone 8fi Y M C A NOTES Good morning Sure we had a good time on the posum hunt The most of them are still left in the woods The regular monthly board meet ing of the directors will be held next Tuesday evening at 7 oclock p m- All members are urged to be present as matters of importance will be up for consideration On next Sunday there will be an discussion meeting on the subject of Sunday Observance If you are not attending these meet ings you are missing something Come and see All men and boys very cordially in Tiled to be present Nov 13 to 20 is the Week of Prayer in the association Let us remember that the foundation of the Young Mens Christian Associ ation were laid in a prayer meeting of two earnest Christian young fcl lows in an upper room So every man in Greenville who is Christian join in this week of prayer IQL young men and boys the world over A ROAD LIKE THIS 1 NANCY toper worthwhile should into j p leading to a THREE miles from town will hold the land down to 15 an acre while the same land located SIX mlle from town would be worth 30 an acre with arm a x ROAD THIS Elgin Dukes 24 years old died of consumption at the home of his mother near Cant Spring church at 8 last morning He was a well Known and popular voting man and hit death removes useful character Interment was at Cherry Grove at a oclock last Friday afternoon and was largely attended by relatives and friends For piano in Green ripe Apply to Mrs J W Vomberg telephone No 2162 Central City Ky s 29 Mr John Brizendine traveling representative in this territory for the firm attended the opening of the new building of Messrs J Zins meister Sons in Louisville last Monday The firm has a large and growing trade in this section largely through the courteous endeavors of Mr Brizendine With enlarged improved facUtc5 his firm is WW ftf e strongest In the Ohio valley and is better prepared than ever to serve the trade quickly and with the very best goods se n aj the skating rink be open tomorrow night and public is invited to attend There was a noticable and decrease in the amount of marauding done on hallowcen night The young folks had many amusements in parties and at home and comparatively little destruction to property was reported Boys may learn that there is no excuse for wild work simply 5 because there is a festival to be and it is hoped the lesson will be learned soon and generally Old papers for sale at this office t Ilk clock Tnur day saleSquare The t commendable prowlingand observed I l t an one ill the WHEN A WOMAN IS DRESSING she wants all the light it is pos sible to get The only light that is big enough and that shows colors in their true shades is the electric Have us put it in your home It will please the women folks immensely And your own satisfaction will not be a whit less complete than theirs It is not expensive either Greenville Lights Water Co INCOnrOKATED Olllce Hours 78 1112 a m 45 p in Phone No 251 L rfIIi r ifc rJot 1 tE 1 1 t P v 4 t of of all to A Christmas Present That Meals Something There is one especially good thing about 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 something 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 present however which dots just that The Youths Companion It you want to know whether it is appropriate or welcome just visit the home of some Companion on Companion day Do not choose any Christmas present until you have examined Companion We will send you free sample copies and the beautiful Prospectus for 191 1 telling something of how The Companion has recently been enlarged and im provedThe one to whom you give the subscription will receive free all the numbers of 1910 issued after the money is received also The Art Calander for 1911 lithographed in twelve colors and gold These will be sent to reach the subscriber Chrishmas morning if desiredYou as giver of the will receive a copy of the Cal ender THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass New Subscriptions Received at this Office Most flues are In need of being overhauled for the winter Call on Barklcy Bros who will do the work reasonably and in best Uncle John Robinson colored one of the oldest inhabitants of the city died at his home at noon last Saturday after an illness of only a short duration ham a complication ailments lIe was a quiet in dustrious man and had the respect all who knew him He was a veteran and was proud of his military record laving been a good And iaithful soldier Many of old comrades in arms came from parts of the county to attend his funeral and conducted exercises at his burial which occured m FairA Supday afternoon following a funeral service by Rev Irvin at the A Mx E Zion churqh Bulbs of all Kitts ii Stock Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs and now is the time begin the cultivation Following are ready for delivery and orders taken for others and prompt guaranteed Chinese Sacred lillies ice each 3 for 25 Paper White Narcissus Grandiflora 2 fp 3oc doz hyacinths Single Wh c 50 each soc doz Bedding Hyacinths Dutch sc each Goc doz Forcing Dutch Hyacinths IQC each 100 doz mixed roc doz 6 r matter isone sub- sCriber Companions subscription seaso manner Ctl6re StWier Dks civilwar delivery Rom Tyli s I I f I The Audld his mount titreY conduced c ps i t rT Seiteice Sermis Virtue is the joy of the upward way You easily hide the devinc by deli nitions Twisted truth usually doubles back on the user The still small voice is not in the small mind The man is apt to be proud of his patience Making the world gloomy will not make it cleaner Misery is the mental chaos of the mind Tears have no real meaning to those who cannot laugh A little everyday help is worth a lot of Sunday holiness Many a sinner is adept at drawing plates for takes tremendous ham mcring to find out what is in us If your orthodoxy docs not make you honest it had better keep you silent Its no use boasting of having the spirit if your life is as nat as cold soup Learning to be a good neighbor is splendid schooling for the land of the saints Its finer being a very small piece of sunshine than a very large bank of fog No man is so rich he can afford to lose friends nor so poor he needs to buy them Take your accidents of life by th handle and they become pioneers axes for new ways The church often tails at works because the preacher is so anxious to succcd in words J E Coombs Co buy bides Highest cash price Appreciation of goadawcomprishrv ed helps more than Much advice on the good yet to be done Am compelled to close out my millinery stock as there is not a penny of indebtedness against it but desire to quit business and arai making prices that will move goods MRS M E Mr Farmer Make your bowe as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself i a position to get the latest market quotations at any time Th ca be accomplished by raeams of our telephone eivice which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared With the received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you ate not at present enjoying tcleptxse service we can immediately Jatecest you Our lines cOQ the States of Kentucky TQa esrS e Mississippi Loui yuw anti the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEI t Ctv We never know the value of ourr friends until the only thipg tfiey cam J I 7 11 ii putt j J Jtor lff f jfi saints Itoften j th ri 1 tt tqj S5 r f Ii fJt J lrno the tMART Rtral i i r 1 C t N 1 jJInc ated A ii QWIl L jJ I se r lf centered a Y F e k a V v l beef Tek1 r benefits ivi dsi this Sett c aw 9 y ROARK Furniture W llp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Gaskets Robes Wrappers Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARKTW J fi 1J- f I 1 I If I p 7u H L 1 EL ADVERTISING SCHEME On ur1 Contests Among Amateur 1ictoflrnphtrs to Attract Trade 1 u Is scarcely n cnniurnless vii la in the United States no mnttcr hula mitcO It may lie in population vli in tbo towns and cities the fold ing u ami orlH r kinds nrc almost i riiion as flic nruiuul n molasses IK lid Aud bcruuw I hey are so cuiinion Jioir xwtliUKluKilc users may IN ii iittul tutu orvhi ns advertising ns Miiis who cnn render valuable r iustaiue suppose you used n IX non or your window display space i wok for exhibition purposes til art gallery beliig the product of o ii amateurs People would stop u i i k wouldnt they They surely vr There Iwit any question about tl if- jiit says Mr Inqulsltlvu now are roiiiR to onltot the sunpshotiorsi- v l tin answer is that you can get p to do most ntiyfhlug within 1 n tr there U any itwItirouuMit for ttvii 10 do It YWII throe Is nothing Ix i tliiin n cash IndiiriMwnt and 1C j u should lot the nuiatiMir phutog ra lurs Know that you wanted to itttrnctivo local views from which to iiiKi a cut to use on that calender iLt v u are going to give away nest iit inns nnd that the drIn on your iii i so great that you would he wjiiir to Rive the nmcewful contest at t a ten dollar gold piece you would n i I o to go around asking penplo to get Inisy- Ti Ii tUNS would he nil dteplnyed In yrr shop windows nnd the name of i i photographer would be printed on the entry Uwrttles attracting an loot t amount of attptitlon ro your window mad dmwins customers to v r store you would got the subject fur n caewlnr tlMt would he Just 1 million per cent hotter titan ilio ordinary angelonthetnoon or cu j M f my designs which ore only a IitttT than alrmler t all In pay event It Is A schciue well ivurtli trying slut dont try It unless ure coin at It enthusiastically Tl it i tie one ouly way to prop erty tttillo n merchatdlslng or adver DISTRIBUTING CIRCULARS Get Them Into Every Homo and Quick Trade Results Will Bo Realized aitrchiints who are traveling along the Hue of enst resistance ark looking to their advertising In news pai rs In they call particular at twitlon to the tuliu vHrn w i create u L u iug ui txiUer Ilio- Hrit pl8 tnJTra merchant to attract I Snivful attention of a community liroua the uewspaper Now It you will supplement this form of with good circular matter Will n more detailed description and see that a circular finds its way Into every twine In your territory you will qnlckly see noticeable results ilauy times a merchant makes the right resolve nUll even goes so far ns to make a trial run ns It were but does not the good work up To be successful in business means n sur viva of the fittest for It Is only the ones who try nud keep on trying who succeed It is n familiar axiom which roods Plan your work then work your plnu butt after nil that Is tho only way to succeed Neither Is It so hand AS n first glnnce would show Every article was made to sell and must be sold nt u profit if business Is to continue Study conditions nt close range know your customers needs tbolr likes and dislikes If possible Keep uppermost In your mind n protlt on your sales There are enough talking points about the entire line of tbe stores merchandise to keep n healthy flow of store facts flowing out through time buying channel A brief analysis of slow selling stocks often reveals n lack of activity at tbo fouutalnhead to be more clear mutt forceful a tiredness of the mer shout himself VALUE OF AGRICULTURE The Backbone of Any Community Congressman Champ Clark SKY it Is the backbone of civilization Tiro AVorlfl travels on its stomach just us AH army duos and 1C the world 13 to be fod there must be farmers to grow the produce Ju view of this vital fact and time present tendency cf farm pcwplo to Hock to the cities anal quit farmlug these xrordc of Cotigrej mtiD Clamp Clark minority loader in tb national house of rcprcavntutlvcft are worthy of serious notice lu present ly prices fur farm prnliirts have souse to stay The rural is ploying out The presort ecu r If it classes the unincorporated vHii cs as towns will show behyccu TO and GO per cut of the population as Hi ii in towns At the present rate in twenty years Jbo United States will cease to be an exporting nation for agricultural prod ucts except as to cotton One of the causes of the high prices fnnu products Is the world movement of people toward the towns and cltios Willie a few people in towns and cillos hove burns raise chickens nnd casionally pigs practically the entire tov n nrd city population are non producers of anything to but are consumers only Already Deed Ones A Missouri edItor fefuscs to publish obituary notices of people who while living failed to for his per and gives Ails pointed reason People who da not take their l paper are already dead and their p c Iss has no news value t 3 w Ck I o I argent lit nu nod cary l the It j J t reputation t noM cat of u t 1 f pat t Ilt 1 t i Yt r l tY 04 0 a i Ics MidI r sect k Boot rot Uiiug selmetae this uterus Itt advertising It a reasonable Says anta grit i1atl nun r tat tribe a tout acv W tdd A n NO FEAR OF BEEF TRUSTS Golden Words of Wisdom Anent ha Back to the Farm Slogan Here Is the view of a Vermonter who signs himself A Farmer From Town lu a recent letter to a New York paper We in the hills have watched with great Interest the widely varying com ments on the high prices and means for restoring less costly living Hack to tho farm Is the only rome dv hut what will Indftce labor to go hack to producing food The farming population a fairly large proportion has simply asserted Its right to choose whore to work for a living If labor prefers to build automobiles or to man icure ladles hands or even as we see It to make cheap wrappers In a New England factory town rather than work on n farm what Is to be done Time only way to ninle those one time farmers go back to work on the Innd Is to make It pay nod that would mean higher prices thou are now paid the farmer At present 7 cents per pound dressed Is the best the farmers of this region receive for beef 3 cents per quart for milk richer in fat than most that is sold In cities and vegeta tiles for nearly nothing hack from the railroads nut already the ultimate consumer pays more than he wishes The remedy is hack to the faun with the ultimate consumer himself If he will forego fashionable clothes champagne and canvasback duel he content with the best beet mutton and chickens milk cream cheese and but ter that any market affords the city rebel could with no more than n few thousand Invested in land anti a year live like u lord In lovely sur and spend some time In town as well If like us he chops anti hauls some of his own wood plows his own land and cares for his own garden 2500 to Invest nnd 1100 n year would give freedom mind good living hard fur well to do folks to find lu town On the farm we have no fear of beef trusts nor of illness When six months Idleness follows a sickness we have a years fuel ready some critters to sell n cellar full of vegetables und an unfailing supply of rich milk from which we make our butter und cheese To Build Lime Spreader Very useful as a farming adjunct Is distributer for spreading lime ashes or bone on land A machine built for this purpose by a New York farmer Is thus described The nsie t an old mowing uincnlue Is tint cut in two and made as lung as the machine is to be Five tire then shrunk on to tbe axle equal distances apart In such a us to hold the four feed bars about one inch from the axle One by three eighths Inch Iron feed bars are then fastened to the collars with tap and the heads cut oil and riveted a cylinder which acts as a force feed when revolving with the wheels The same wheels and ratchets are used that were on the old mowing so it con be taut In and out of gear Time sides of the hopper are con structed of one and onequarter Inch lumber arid the ends are made of two inch hard wood with Iron plates screwed on where the axle passes through to prevent wearing The of the hopper Is made onehalf inch longer than the force feed so It will work easily The ends and sides of hopper are made separately and put together on the machine The whole bottom of the machine Is then covered with heavy galvanized iron with a 1 by 2 Inch OO roullr1ln s bolts collars manner making machine Inside cylinder hole every six Inches and over this c false bottom Is placed so It will slide toward either end to regulate the feed This false bottom Is held lu place with three straps made of hoop Iron faa tested to the sides of tbe hopper and worked with a lever at the back The force feed must work very closely to the holes In time galvanized iron to prevent clogging The polo Is bolted to a 4 by 4 much stick as long as the hopper This stick Is fastened Inches in front of hopper by bolt lug It solidly to the two draft Irons made of 2 by half Inch Iron each end through which the axle passes and two heavy braces wblch hopper In position New Variety cf Fralt The pecott Is time name given to a sew variety of fruit that seems to have originated In the Yakima valley near North Yaklmn Wash Two men working separately each without the knowledge of the other reached the same results The fruit Is n cross the peach and the apricot It Is not so large as the peach but Is earlier than either the peach or apri cot It will he valuable as nil early fruit because It conies Into bearing ripens soon tatter strawberries are In the market It Is earlier than the earliest peaches end has a flue flavor It has a beautiful yellow color with i bright red cheek making It nn at tractive fruit when nicely boxed and ready for the market LIME Dn3TRIDDTLU at between tf pftiI iJf ir JIii eighteen bol the amid ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS At ono of time London public hos pitals a special is nlcohol to patients us rarely and ns time that ono of tho physicians docs so ho submits a tho reasons that actuated him In the thirtytwo years of tho existence of tho nlcohol has only been seventy ono times cases received nro exactly like thoso received tho other For num bered 1337 only Tho deathrato among was 73 per cent For tho same tho death rnto tho other London public hospitals wra 01 per cont uso of alcohol In sick mess is not to bo ns a neces city Although most physicians for their thcro was ono eician of national reputation who dud not bclicvo in ago when Dr I V licrco to put up his valuable Lion for of women a ready to uao form ho used as a and preservative chemically pure strength which is a better solvent md tivo of tho active medicinal principles residing in most of our indigenous or than ia Pierce found that the glycerine be intrinsio medicinal properties of value No woman who n suficnng from inflammation from tho and drains incident to womanhood can afford to bo without Dr Tierces Prescription An honest number of cures to its credit and a deserved for two score all over States Dr Pierce tells you what is contained in his Prescription ITS INGREDIENTS ARE Golden Sent root Cana dcnsia Ladys Slipper root Cypri root Cimicifuga Itacemosa Unicorn root Blue root Thalictroides GlycerineAmong men of tho tho above ingredients as remedies for nervous depending upon disorders of tho for tho euro of thoso catarrhal condi tions in tho affected are Edwin M Halo M D Professor of Materia Medics at Ilahncmann Medical Col lego Chicago Prof John MD tho American Dispensatory Woman and her John M Scudder Doctors Halo Ives and others Address a postal card to Dr Pierce for a com on tho to you without cost DR PIERCES PLEASANT PELLETS euro biliousness sick nu l bilious mead cvlc Jjsincss ar fof tho 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