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I f 61 kY 7 JI ltjr A t r t IWl W tS1Jltftnh J mK Advertising Costs Notliliig It pays lot itself The investment is IUrc of returns Get our rates JWltIIII f4 1 Record 8 BII mtI StM Yr trier ti tfe ftenliises I PRINCETON KY AH triers YM pnupt rtteitin KrtiN L RACKEIMFItT Mfr KILL THE COUCH ANt CURE THE LUNGS J WITH Dr Kings II New Discovy II FOR PICX fill I N LILCO TMI Ie O X01TXT JtXPUJf DM Typewriter ribbons all machines atRoarks All AlL SATISYACTOZI i I i I I LUNG TNIUL- EGUAZANTUD j BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room cornets ate 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 typcynter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has thcrp and you are asked to call fora look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than lions very complete how Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory r r n anywhere and arc appreciate laundryvork thesclcc Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane umbrel la or other item that you silverware want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickly in best manner FamitKre MoMiigs Paper Wo carry on our floors and in our the largcit variety of Furniture lu v If we do aot what you want we will let it for you We hv f factory con nections witk nakera of the finest odds in the cotiby and Our Special Order Department can supply clo sire ortidea prices stores or mall order kouscs and Room are always complete Wallpaper I now staple article of beiagused air the round And we always have full selections prices cent and HI c roll the only T Fftc whkk we lurnisn on all oiitlts witht t axtra cost Uwkdakfef ew Embalming CofflJli la White Enamel Atfd Stained Caskets in White EnaineC Natural Wools White Colored add Black Cleth Covered allMetallic topper Hied airtight Caskets all Jengths anS regular extra aid double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly ia stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses Slippers etc ia large variety Our two licensed Zmbalraen riapontfat once to calls a ch services general equipment is complete and of pade vrWe have a Funeral Car in service sub to call anywhere CSrXWB Private lbnEDls anceJiiere phones Stare 73 Residence its JResUeice xsVyarfls from alore7 Prompt service any hour day or night Tie J I MARK STAlL WE BUY OO X cc kMk k teeiiTilk We fonrnh WilB irrklkMr htrf s Write f r pace list XSANLK9WS A Bissell carpet sweeper will lat longer than 40 corn brpprrts costing from 12 to 15 the 575 See them at Sparks and have othet advantages than the moneysaving features ptdincd Very Serious K very eriou9 matter to ask for oo medicine and have the wrooj one fivea you For this w yto In buying to b c c fui to let the genuine BUCK DRAUGHT The reputation of this old relia ble and liver trouble Is It does not Imitate other medicines It is better than others or It would pot be the fa vorite liver with a sale than all ethers combined F2 inurlt tnrr Waif uh1en erg have anTe Our Pictan a 5 f iugr t 1 r 1 tfK Lllt1J4 w e 1 1 JY VariIa jay nd for O r t t li L MAti 3 to e oft urge LITer Indigestion firmly IX TOWN r I r zr r 4- jj14tt1 ware- rooms tIes than lty moldlng stocks merchandise rear t 9t9x z X4te e Kai4cr Li Tille 4 sweepers cost U OLD IJ 0 J i 1 tn iii AjJ jI Ii i c T I I flb DR J BARLOW l LW l C3 Orownnnd Bridge Work dune reasonable prfqeBi Office Up atatra Building GreouTtllCi Kjr DR T J SLATON pfflocMalncroas street near Main street CAM HOWARD WADG H HOWARD GRAY Office la Green Building Irfct Oft LOBELIA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Olfice at Home East Mam cros Street Tolophono No 78 MonaD Route UETWBKX Louisville and 1JEST LINE TO Vast Nortlnvest Jvfe tr ne dny j- Frenclj Lick add West Spiffsi tA STATION DKAKHOUX STATIO EJiniDVan Parlor C rs Pal ace Drawi i2 Room tSlitpcrs N W Cor 4tU and Market Sis LOUISVILLE KY More than nine o t oC taueh cases no internal nient is required The application of JbhattBberlalris is nl that is needed arid it is cer to giVe qnlck relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and 6feneSs Price 250 large size sac PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HAW S fit lu tboJot3eB and Murgon U GRAY LAWYERSLaMe CnUfbrJiia tIle f l J 11 E MCON D p Ii Rhournatili r I hpr J1r0i110r J I r r tfACTOR I I I T Pliyielcinn v CMcago and Bad I tiT Ifw1NvLLCi flItfliU 1L tn cases ofrheiinta as lat1- smmusctoCut i Lnirnei ain No 270 C O D tuCoa umcr subject to and I approval on 56 It Is of the I the Globe ft Harness Co to I Cnslomcr No fcffctt t is d to make eachshipnitutsiuh excellent value In quality of material and of ti IslJn4 and orders III return we please you selling you nn honestly niaue ft price levs Profit wilt absolutely as peed as it TrOtidlie to n denier Rot as ren resent M your money Is returned to you You take Vc mancfacturo 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4Mlt tete k tue ftod M tKaa to go wA t k W iMCiwthivg M ff fV fMASt ca ow KIM Qt we use never otUi 01- MilM West will remove it Ltwt fitMvrkh jovwhea rudto ptint We Grflctcn and durable sub prices Dont put it otf J H HAyES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 WIt reCtycJny MI The a ram anew Me Lumber COtt1oI CARTRJ I J 1 Im II J PiW UswJ nc of 1 MHO par rllW x z rest thekwork OiPiN4T4acIIgU peisreeca White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc n stock for all machines ROARKS STORE to t ki Cr4uf for your tcnul E troubles because V r o it wlM help you Rfmtfnbwr that WeAskYou I WI OEb REVOLVING D CE PCALBILL tASAS crrito rmdy Y1IEit CARD UI h fXQtiiht reUtf to tlOUMVX Of olhtr teK womin o why not to For Htudtche backache perkxik patos female weak IMSS many havo salcj it Is tbs b Tryttl Sold to Thl City w See the very latest thing in arpet sweepers at Roarks f mtd1CInCl to gUm t j Save 75 i 1 1 t ili t 1c tlc r JjF 1 0 j 31f l J County in coal iron timber potters c1al J etc the most inviting field in Ken tucky for nv tmentofcapital and pluck 1 C 4 tJ4tS a SsLI t- Muhienberg i rich and 2 VOL XII NO GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY DECEMBER I 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE42 I m Arthritis 9tfir MS Arthritis deformans is the name of a disease of the joints the under lying cause of which is not yet un derstood It is known that it has existed in the world for a very long time because bones have been found in many ancient ruins showing the characteristic deformity ot this dis ease It is a chronic disorder and in most cases a large number of joints arc involved It may come on at any period of life but it is not usual before the age of thirtyfive ycarsj and is more frequent in women than in men It may begin either gradually or joiftU will be red and swollen xand i more gradual onset only one joint may be effected and a great deal of pain way be felt in it without any visible alteration for a time Then mother joint will be attacked the progress is stow and several years may pass before the condition becomes general In a disease of such obscure origin as arthritis deformans a great ty theories will naturally be brought forward to explain it post everything that is bad for the health of human beings hits been blamed first and last It has been supposed to be gouty or rheumatic in Its nature bad hygienic surround ifefs exposure to cold and wet im proper diet the exhaustion due SMI or depression autotoxi cation they havc all been suggested as contributing causes Perhaps iDOft Stress is to be laid upoei Uc various theory of the dis order The theory it is a mi croUc infection has attracted much attention but it has aot been yet Akhttfch arthritis deformans is ieii iztd Incurable disease if UM m tWctrly Its iMMt Those Titty sfcottkl live in tk airita tIN i Mnit alad iM die iliouid m cfcMk am abundance of cream eggs aid fr vegeUbTes Godliver oil feftijarly through winter months is often of benefit The Uvinf naVurs AKiuld b dry and Hotair baths do not tort tier are Useful to relieve pain WMl after them some tfm aFScnru to make the affected jeiftt tupple at least arily Cimge of ciWate will often do asisjre than anything to give re lief ittneciajljt if it be made ItMia cold and damp climate to a wfcnri dry sunny one near ti s a Every must be w Mf o f afalmsj chiltiif ancj bJej tfji dseasji menace fe and yp to age He say Uiat sHc ctffttl Hjghts are due 3 tjtt jwrye and alertness ot tjie Mtfatflf a j qaly onefourth to fhe fhj5f Wrfte lBr tf w M can farmers everywhere will be jn e s ccewful experi minU of English meji science XM jfaye fpjjBa a process of treat ff of jtai im wjjeaf in advance s so ft grows much m re rapidly The process itself Mt yet been made public but that wh a the wheat on the same field The grain Is planted in the ordinary way u tfardssoil and cultivation but previ 4H to being put into the ground it receives a three weeks treatment which Awakens its life force The cxnerinients on a scale acrtf kate been wholly successful in both England aid Germany Wheat tuch as is usually sown in March did not have to be sown un ttt June or July to be ready for he unlit it tReusuaJ time The wheat appeared n five days after Mwin i although three weeks is time required J 11 r 1 rJt tzt1uistcly painful from the the acute form In the F b butt l vane tf of c All f fiA III ton Worry that JKOY alar t6 r sf1 1t W Ie i o Jl1 y It W kea I Je r c otto iOta r4 P re to It1fp ipcHra t Ml1 f fJcH 1 t It I the 1ft d PR h lftl t jpt f ft Rf of t f t 9Mce t rc four isprob J for l r vel1Rt Pft Jh t f R1 I th t It trecd two crops a year are ft r otseveral It f Jt tJ 1 illt y I l LrlxcI IJ t JJI1 014j v l 1 10 JI t t k li i r tI i C 1 very statS t a C U k r a I a I I 1 1sSim ilkyiit d gfrdttJ 1 to 4 Lilt 4 cure- iveR 4 J I 4btkc1I 4jq c1iFcc11 I old 4 wacjn Nib pilcpcr C Tht 4 cren 4e opap I RTiafrIr U S in- 4i 45 V S has iarcd14 S d bsqbi S I t t a C the 1i r V s I C 1 C Pointed Paragraphs Too many bleaches spoil the blonde 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card ruteLtMl H roquea- iI iilleomBiunl utk iiH AN nil re utm payubit to KBOORU PUKS TKUXStUY DECEMBER I 1911 Xoierdi a Orovnvlilp Ky pofctoglce at Tutsi wore 123 marriage licenses issuiil in Louisville last Thursday and a Dumber of couples went across the lYvar in Searoh of happi ness Heres hoping they may all always be thankful WE arecntertain1ngniure Gover nors in this state this week than known before in its history the conference of Governors being in sesslbrf at Frankfort and many items of vast interest arc under dis GJCK of our subscribers who is a vegetarian writes to us to contem a million dead turkeys in a Biillion American homes on Thanks giviug dy and asks us to stop and think what it means In every case he writes a life prec lows to its owner has been taken and why We have at his sug gestion stopped and thought and compromise and in this case the vegetarian correspondent will be glad tp know that the turkey was ac companied by lashjns of baked po tatocs cranberry sauce dressing Brussels sprouts celery asparagus and other things which he likes and recommends as food But we to become sympathetic to We respect it all the other days of the year but on Thanksgiving it has to take its hancc along with the We decline to mourn its decease It is an ornery looking bird in life but in death it commands our ad it should have been filed with the interior department several days By un explosion in the shaft of the Providence Coat Mining Co Providence at 430 oclock last Ifriday afternoon two white incn and eight colored miners were Instantly killed and the mine was greatly damaged It is supposed a windy shot ignited the gas as there was a small amount of ga in the mine though the working is Comparatively new Experts from the lsS government were on scene and all the bodies were recovered though some of them were so horribly roanglcd that they couldnbt be recognized Kresh smoked and salted meats of lilt kinds at J E Coombs Gos market Np man knows himself very well who does not kick himself round the lot once ia a while Bilks f all Kiais in Stock Miss Lena Arnold has in stock kinds of bulbs and aow is the time to begin the cultivation Following ready for delivery and orders taken for others and prompt de guafanteed Chinese Sacred Xillies loc each 3 for 25 Paper 5LVhite Narcissus Grandiflora 2 for c jjcc doz Roman Hyacinths Single White 5c each soc doz BedijijK Dutch tfoc doz frSrclng Dutch Hyacinths joe i 66 dpzj Tulips mixed xB doz RmN 72 I j dUOl1 pnptl is Ilk I C pabUhht char a N rut I 1 d male mlh o 2jIIIn t T the toDWmfi6 mottos 1 rge o cusidn e It 1 r J V1 r our c is it meant dt goo t dinR tSUIilt l y inlis ulJ pei i alwns to f t ii f turk honorand I I t vegetables vegetarianI j j near I x I that tt 6 1 4 r J J d i i i toI 0 20 e0t it1 J 4 f tlr l J J 1 f sc 1 t n I J l2Ct- fI J U t ito J to II 4 J 4 M i Loss 1Isarrco ay 5 jr T3Y t the paya Le the s a tu free tiW ir trill 1 nl i L trrenrlltuliy s ever pi r t i thatunpluslbn n million caai erha mah turlc s y rcrq ar rilltnr r r refuse they r ti ago t b r c t K soon x the ii 1 S t i all- s r careliver 1 j acinths each1 Hy- y r each a W 1r y y- M r 3 y DEC Thanksgiving Talk Thanksgiving day there was a large crowd assembled at the Free Will Baptist Church on High street north Greenville to hear a sermon delivered by parson Pevelcr but sickness prevented his appearance and Judge Quill Price was called on to make a talk an ex tract of which we here give After the preliminaries Judge Price arose anti said in pan My friends we arc greatly disappointed in not having the presence of parson Pev eler on this occasion and to listen to an able Thanksgiving sermon However permit me to offer a few scattering thoughts in my imperfect manner in regard to Thanksgiving day The earliest Thanksgiving in America was kept by the Pilgrim fathers at Plymouth in 1621 and was repeated often during that and the ensuing century Congress re commended days of Thanksgiving annually during the revolution and in 1784 for the return of peace as did President Madison in 1815 Washington appointed such a day in 1789 after the adoption of the Constitution and in 1795 for the general benefit and of the nation Since 1863 the Presidents have always issued proclamations appointing the last Thursday of November as Thanksgiving day The 24th day of this month is set apart by the President and Govern or of Kentucky as a day for thanks giving or as a day of thanks for life and the condition of things The question arises can we feel thankful and appreciate the design and intention of the day set apart Is there anyone within the bounds of our great state who has nothing to be thankful for One that lives in a country and nation with all its diversifications of climate soil and scenery a country whose great mouBfaibrangcs waterfklls yast K valleys and a woderfl ot fruits and flowers a country of ev erlasting and beauties of eternal snow a country surface is underlaid with a rich and bountiful supply of mineral wealth a country supplied with all the adaptations facilities and requirements to make a people prosperous and happy Can we feel thankful that we have been born in the best of countries and at the best of times that our eyes have been opened in a country where the father of mercies has been pleased to condense his blessing Can we teel thankful that we in herit the hemisphere of freedom the land of human liberties were we can enjoy the rights of man while some of the unfortunate human race inherit poverty and slavery Can we feel thankful that we live in a climate temperate salubrious and healthful while some of our fellow men are suffering the extreme heat of the burning zones others are freezing beyond the infld ee of be nignant rays Can we fee thankful that we are heirs of private public and social benefits and inherit a country illuminated by the rays of science and civilization blessed by a wonderful advantage of learning and literature and all educational advantages while some of the hu man race are groping their way be neath the clouds of moral and darkness and are ignorant of the blessings we are enjoying Should we not rejoice and feel proud of our homes and callings in life Neighbors should rejoice with neigh bors for their surrounding condition and the comforts of their homes Every person that is enjoying health should feel thankful and proud whether they own anything or not as exist in a country that sur rounds them with everything neces sary to render them prosperous and happy if they have Such aspirations Our country was not intended as a place for people to starve and to lead a miserable life of bickering and quarreling it was intended as a place for people to live happy and prosperous being a country blessed by Providence Nature and Grace The unfortunate and those that are afflicted either in body or mind Should thankful that live I It welfare j lticatultful lhlJlt louR j lIChy r i whole l I mental t J t r Sti YKi s fcutcKSCtGf srwk r- On Thanksgiving livers lakel l tai roc liiwrTerFlc Variety summer scenes the pry tal they they in a country that well provides for their wants and requirements with the benevolent care of Christian civilization The old soldier who has given his time and blood for the protection and security of his and its homes should rejoice that he is cared for during the infirmity ot his years by the patriotism and loyalty of the people of his country The young people who are preparing for the great contest of life before them should feel thankful that the doors of honor fatnclind wealth are open to them and that they arc all the advantages to gain the gpal of their ambition and the desires of their aspiration with the proper exercise of energy in dustry and economy Parents should rejoice that their children have be fore them every inducement to lead them to all that is great and good and to make themselves useful suc cessful and happy and to be an honor to themselves and their coun try Every person engaged in the business industries of this country should be thankful for a wonderful system of its waterways railroad lines running in every part of the country giving ready transportation for all products to the marts of trade while the system of telegraph and telephone facilitate and quicken communication We should feel thankful that we have not many burdens of life that were realized by those that have lived before us Happiness and prosperity depend upon unity and cooperation of of all professions and industries in the march and battle of life There is no individual that is entire ly independent of all others There is no industry or occupation in life that is independent of all others The various industries and profes sions of our country form a great chain of action and to effect any of its links will effect either direct ly or indirectly the whole chain Sonic of our people and complaining Stbeitlt their condition in about liardstiips aVd surroundingycircum much better their condition and sur roundings are than many of the people in other countries rejoice and feel thankful of their homes country and advantages Then let us feel thankful for life its comforts its surroundings and its emoluments REPORTER Sam Stubbs an inmate of the county poor house died of last Monday and was buried at the Coleman graveyard Nov 39 This is the second death of the year which is less than for many years Arthur Miles under conviction for the murder of Bessie Stith who was to the Western Kentucky lunatic asylum some weeks ago after examination as to his sanity made his escape from the institution in a sensational manner last week and is still targe Every effort is being made toward his capture and it is more than probable that he will be overhauled The weather is not now so favor able for automobile or any other land travel but there is still much automobile interest and it is a certainty that there will be some uptodate machines in use here next season School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also THE RATE CHICAGO REDUCED Mf sen hate AiMiiqes New Schedule if Fares One Way ail loasd Trip The Mdnon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good 30 days return ing instead of Si 6 Patrons are exceptionally good service by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Compart ment and Drawingroom Pullmans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars and the very finest modern new coaches Inquiries cheerfully answered by 12 H Bacon D P A Louisville favoredwith action life how theywould sent ate f3 T K J T1tj country tancei Ifthe could realize consumption offered y THE SATISFACTION in wearing well cleaned and pressed clothes is doesnt end the first time they are put on Its a daily and hourly pleasure that one experiences constantly Isnt it worth something to have your gar ments cared for by people who are interested in your appearance and who know how to do the work Bring us your we will gall for and deliver it Telephone No 253 GENTEEL TAILORING CO FORD 1JROS IR01S Greenville Merc Bldg n 24 one that I workor properly IC LOCAL TIME CARDR R xonrii BOUND xo 112 Louixville Express 112Sa- IW 154pm 104 LntiUYlllA Limited 408 am 130 Central City nccom OOTBBOCMD- xo 135 Paducah and Cnlro nccom 121 Fulton Accommodation l24Qpra 101 New Orleatm Special 340 pin 103 N O Spec LouUrllle pam r only 1 0 am 1010 V aCnAwronn Asrt 8000 per month straight salary and expenses to men with rig to introduce our Poultry Remedies Dont answer unless you mean busi ness Eureka Poultry Food Mfg Co Incorporated East Sti Louis Ill Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank books sundries cigars tobacco etc 3 Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold we Deal at home as much as possible Build tip your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property ll 715 pm SolS am JuneS n24 4t for I candies eeeeeeeeeee e e e e eoeeeoeee Honored by Women When a woman speaks of her silent secret iuferia the trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of evi dence on Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Every where there are WOCKB who bear witness to the curingpower ol Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription which saves the infftring tut pals end aaceewfuHy grapples with WOHMUIS weak aesses and tttMtnt ill wonder- working frees IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG IT LAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womans appeal ever inisdireett or aer fidence misplaced she wrote for advtee to the WOULD DISPWHAAY MBMCAL ASSOCIATION Dr WeM N Y wee sea when L tiree v le TI fIRST NATIONAl BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan E Martin T Martin E J Puryear G M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr t The standing and responsibility the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management JI J Jfl C R f BLMKELL WNERAL s Llr alFfUUt1r7 i kOARKNG represent tie Hone Insur ance o of N Y E- We tit writes ill Kinds of firm iatf City probity E t FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS filYE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENYILLE KY 1 I t p t r C IN THE FULL GLARE of electric light we have almost daylight There is a steady radi ance in the electric light that is not seen in any other illuminant It is the best for all lighting pur poses factory or home We in t stall electric light plants any where on short notice and at reasonable prices Greenville Light WaterGbIXC- OHrOBATKl Office Hours 730 to 8am 11 to 1 to 130p niiv Nojyi 4 to 5 rs MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Ky Appreciating your past patron THOS E SUMNER Cashier KENTUCKY Yt announce to our trade and the pujt lie that par sto o goods in al dearfc rnents gre larger and better seated ttan v ever in our Wtoyt Ve caT a varied Ijneof M S GENERAL MERCHANDISE and supply most of the wants of the ft In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes jjj f ats Etc we offer large selections v f- fi In Qro eriesj Hal vare Tmwarc Farm ff Implements im4 such gao s qur stoc arg especially strong j jft In all departments prices will he frufld ie lowest and visits will fee fcighty- t appreciated j Undertaking Department have just atftfetf an Undertaking Department tQ OUT Jj m business and will carry a comprehensive Kne of Coffins try jf kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse vjj f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt fl and careful attention any hour day or night j TelepSojiei Store No 1 Ni bt Hot I or 3 f The BRIDGES SHANNON CO DEPOY KENTUCKY J I t I Ii If 1 12 m i4 1 lJ 4 lone p If tr fiw r Granville ltP ifuture Sinking v i t J a air7 OJorI iJ If ilIThe BRIDGis SUANNON oi1111 tI DEPOY W l I wr 1 m il 1 tr i rt tt itiI ttJp pIe t ll i 10 1 fi i m t our f m L W I W 0 t Ai t fII r fII fII fIt L Il II flIf II IIft Ite c j at Roks J r rr y w 4d a m- F t k Il1 4 C t- a mines i FJ r r 3 lit r fits a it to can r r n u ti r 7Ery fr WALLPAPER Spedal Prkes t- y IS OPPORTUNITY SPRINGS i0 J OJif jtJ vr 1 U s UBQa c ter Ji YII S W l JISC JSSD5C sts e lSeS Et njOClO Oeo011 Vn J 0f NOW YOUR J r TAR CO a V t 7 s m artw s f f 1 f f f Q t It to Z r o o s f tIN i 9 T1 SANATORIUM A strong company has been organized to buy this valuable property build a magnificent hotel with baths and make this one of the most famous and attractive spots in all America Over 1000 physicians as good as you can find in the United Slates testify to the virtues of these wonderful waters Over 50000 men and women from the higher walks of life voluntarily give their endorsement as to what these waters have done for them If human testimony and experience for the past 50 years is worth anything then the merits of this proposition is unsurpassed in this entire country READ A FEW TESTIMONIALS 000 The Hantc of Hnrdinslnirg Trust Co Hnrtliusburg Ky Nov 10th 1910 Tar Springs Snnltorluin Co Clovorport Ky Gentlemen In reply to your inquiry as to my knowledge information as to f merits of the Tar Spring property and the prospects of the proposed nents I will say 1 well uequatnled with tho medicinal vir tues mineral springs there nil my lift It has been well known fact to every one In this section and to who has had the opportunity to know these waters that the results obtained from their use in stomach kid ney rheumatism and many other diseases has been marvelous I have never heard of the first person who has been dissatisfied with their use and results It has also been well known that the accommodations afforded the patrons in the past and the traveling facilities have been utterly inadequate and that the patronage has been limited by these two disabilities I believe the proposed improvements and enlargements and the invest meat necessary are amply justified by the opportunity presented at this place and that under judicious management it will prove not only a financial sue cess but a great blessing to n large section of this country Vmy respectfullyM HRAUD Cashier If t M to Imp of n 4IJ r 4JJ 0r t t have beun ife everyone rr t w i 00 THS BRECKENRWGE BANK Capital Stock 4510000 Cloverport Ky W Bowmcr Pros Dr Lightfoot V P A B Skillman Cash O T Sklllman Asl Cash To whom it may concern Gentlemen In view ofthe early Improvement of the Tar Springs properly and the conversion ofsame Into a sanatorium I beg to say that this will certainly meet with the hearty cooperation ofall our citizens Time was when this resort was well known especially throughout the south and was targly patronized by the most aristocratic of her people The waters especially the tar waters has remarkable merit in cases of stomach trouble indigestion and other ills and the tar itself has perhaps the most healing properties known for man or beast taken either Menially or externally The cures brought about by its use arc numerous and remarkable and many of them are part of conversational stock In trade of our oldest citizens A hotel large and commodious with modern Improvements and properly managed should proud a profitable investment to its shareholders es pecially If made into a sanatorium for use the entire year The natural beauties ofthe place arc magnificent Nature has furnished all that can be desired in rugged splendor Very truly Signed OT SKILLMAN IL movement t t s v fr V N if these facts should come to you from faroff California you would fall over yourselves to get fff WAKE URS lifts better from every standpoint to invest near home Where your money is your heart is and have both at or as near home as possible instead of in fields thousands ofmiles away I r r t thls stock I o 7 i o ao Qoo- oj 7J 1 S 4 w why na home BY ARNOLD Mfttttew Arnold born nt Lnlelmin EiiRlntid 24 I He died at April J5 1888 the celebrated of lnDdb lltemnr critic Oroduatln from Oxfunl in IdH M trail professor of poetry there from 117 ta 1M7 wan government InHpec tore achooln In 1883 be made a tear Uronjch tbe United Staten The Nelectlon gtren k r taken from Em j euoclefl ou Etnn read thine own breast nrigbt tkou bait done wrath tenw Kan gets no other light Search he a thousand years Mkl ta eif there ask what ails bee at sarine We would have peace let will not look wlthjn We would hare misery cease Yet will not cease from ln We wamt alt pleasant yet will Wf do sot wtit vre ought What we ought not we fluj s Aad Venn ii u tie Ihousht rutchance will bring na through Hut owr Arts for good or are ml AM yrt tor ihp wbp kpow- Tfc ie1rrtf whu take TJ war Urougb Jlfe and bo T wbat they cnnppt bread Whjr o l4 I tfoa life peed yj ld lint modrate bJJfsT InHMM9all tbi g To njoyed the sun T bar ly 1 light In tie TP loved tp hare thought to Ugyc k Mac foesT pf dp btfpl date L je nil opr prc en htutc Aftd erate to wprld yet dUtaut repose Give us your job work r Jut a little more than three weeks until Ckriitmas r Tkli is day of thelast month Of the year Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Good morningl Made up your x Chrifthmas gift list yet JeaIT Roark spent Thanksgiv inc Im Louisville with Dr James I Louis Roark r p Takes your beef hides to J E i Coombs Co and get the cash R C Jonson is in Madis L omvill 4a visit to his Mr J A Jo son Telephone lines temporarily pStotfifoflcommission by te rain storm LIla Dec waa must Once Ad that 3 I lIe no J own Ult powers I wise Ir t opT spring i nap L fllae JIi1 a tJlg1t HIre v on IhI8 I i I J the first Ia ttf f T y OIL tt 1 jI day tIIIf to I t II r XITItIX e9e of r Is o 0 s Inward elide karskaeans p tdr k r kayo a S kings lap- eT 1lye a iivpn fed true IrleptlyanAtit enl I ai feign r- AiiIw ire dream t our a rr f 7 e r Judge J son s r were r t bust Ttt Building operations wilt be what less active now for a few months Christmas shoppers are already getting busy and a good trade is expected in all lines Get our prices on magazines you will save money If we have as much we have had good weather to be a long hard spell Mrs T M Morgan returned to her home in Murphysboro Ills Monday after a visit of some weeks to relatives and friends here Miss Lena Arnold in charge of the Greenville Tailoring Co satisfactory and careful work Mrs J A Jonson of Madison vine over for Thanksgiving and spent several days here last week with the family of Judge J C Jonson ijhat rfcin Sunday brought needed relief as the country was dryas dust mid woocjs and fields were being bqrnt by hunters and from other causes Have Barklcy Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss A year old girl of Mr and Mrs Will Lovell of Pond creek died last Vednesday night oftever and was buried Thanksgiving day at Pleasant Jlill Mr Morgan of MurPhY boro Ills has been here several days on business and has some very fine pianos placed in some of our very best homes See Coombs Co before you sell your beef hides Sheriff extra force of deputies have been as busy as bees the last week or ten days night and day in the collection of taxes There is an added penalty of 10 per cent on all unpaid ceipts this morning Rqarkjs specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call V I J Jr AIjty A some areto badas itis going t I f a 27 Rolland an working h tanyw ere f J f l l guarantees came f Martin 1 e rr 1 l On next Sunday afternqqn Rev E D Ryan will speak on the second subject from the sermon on the Mount Laying up Treasures The meetings are still continuing to glow in interest as we progress in the study of the Life of Christ Every man and boy who believes in laying up treasures should be at this meeting and those who do not should come and hear about it and its importance All men and boys are very cordially invited Come and see The junior contests and Basket ball games will be resumed on Fri day night at 745 Visitors are welcome at these games and tosts Some challanges have been received to play basket ball with some neighboring towns and the Intermediates arc organizing a team to dispose of these challenges as soon as possible Get in and help boost Carroms is getting popular in the room Look for a con test in the near future to who is the champion Better be practicing One of the undertakings of the was a trip to Madjson yjlle via the big road as pedestrians They left Greenville at 7 a rn Thanksgiving day and arrived in Madisonville in time for supper with an excellent appetite Y M C A of Madisonville thi boys while there and they certainly gave an example pf true Kentucky hospitality The trip was made on Saturday The boys all stood the trip well and a good fresh con dition One of the objectives in the Scout movement is endurance It is evident that the Greenville boys proved their efficiency along this line Those in the crowd Hugh Lewis Shelby Hendricks Gilbert Reynolds J G Taylor W K Morgan J L Morgan Jr Macon Bennett Felix Puryear and Geo T Anderson The vice president of the largest incidentally the busiest in Sherman Tex was confined to his home by sickness on the day regular monthly Board meet jng but when the men came togeth night he was present After meeting the Secretary expressecl i ti1 cod I cullts return were bankand dt the rat t ffi i r game out determiner toy Tic entertained came back in sans the 4 TEAR THIS OFF and MAUL AT ONCBTAR SPRINGS SANATORIUM CO 1211 STEGER BUILDING CHICAGO ILL CLOVERPORT KY Gentlemen Please mail me your prospectus relative to the shares pf stock the Tar Springs Sanatorium which you are now offering to the public at 1 per share It is understood that this inquiry places me under no obligation whatever rr NAME J CITY STATE 4 1 J oj r r t r h 1 CI oeo8it Ii tRf 4 01iC al SOC t 7lt r k ltd w s 1 t couldnt convince myself that I had a right to stay away the kind ot material the Texas Associa tiqt are building on l U The next regular monthly busi ness meeting of the directors comes on next Tuesday at 7 p m Dies of Typhoid Fever I Mr Charley flashers employed as a blacksmith a Luzerne in the V G Duncan Coal Co shop died at his home there at 615 oclock last Saturday morning He was convalescent after a long illness but ate some solid food and was in desperate condition and died in great agony Hjs body was carried to his old home near Ilsley in Hopkins county for interment He had only Uteri in Luzerne a few months but had made inanyMViends as he was a splendid mechanic and a jovial fine man His wife and two small children have the sympa thy of a wide circle of friends Burr Grist My new burr grist min is in call pn your for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn jl 28 J A SHAVER What ate you going to the frost is ou your pocketbook sari your overcoats In hock Mr John A Williams wbp has been isitiug his daughter Mrs J T Pendteton in Lexington for weeks returned here the latter part of the week and will rctaain sometime For guaranteed pressing cleaning slid lying of clothes call the Tailoring Cp f Taylor Ssulsbury a colored Soy ia years old died last Thursday at the Mime of his mother in PowderY from injuries received two weeks be fore irt jumping from the a coal houses The boy was at play atid the jump was only a few feet but in falling he sustained internal injuries that caused his death Interment was at the family grave yard south of town near I6pd creek for clJopl lit just f Thi soon iMill do hen same J- i roofof I I J a nit po hfT T C Atnon to f irmin- o jai It to tcr1tW s y Molt tL 1 o err merchants Greenville 1a Dr J ti Given Ky Oct 28th 1010 Tar Springs Sanalonuin 0 CloyorportVKy Dear Sirs N f After practicing medicine for thirty years I take pledburts in ssiyjng 1 haSt iETth waters of Tar Springs t 1 Mire recommended the waters to n great many people suffering from the diseases nnacmia Mnimouhore and skin diseases in fact almost every disease thb human system islitstr tp and the results were most gratifying The idea b our build necommodatidnsrsueh a larire ti Siinuturium afhptel will be safe investment fob i can see no why It will not bo v t I clicuff ully hand you my check for a block of stock Vary respectfully JAMES T QWKV I J j over 1fE c d to j p iV t i i SIRu I J r rdrIhmrr i warClover ort iron that t- rtfht faith theist most distressing w propost t company reason k r O k I 3 ccl1 Yt s IslejiliiBS lisleaJ rf the Midi NMs Ceitrtl Telephone circuits have replaced the old familiar telegraph for the work ot dispatching trains on ninety nine miles of the Illinois Central between Paducah and Central City Kentucky On more than 2000 miles of this road the telephone is now being used This is but one of the many im portant railroads of the country that have lately adopted new standards of handling train orders It is said that fewer delays less confusion and absolute safety of operation are among the advantages that follow the introduction of telephone train dispatchingIn to twentyone regular telephone stations on thisstretch of track sixteen way station telephones have been placed along the line in booths or buildings located at or points where it is not neces sary to station regular operators Some of these stations were pre viously used as block telegraph offices t Freight train conductors on Illinois Central provided hand telephone sets together with plugs and cords for use in with jacks placed on the tele phone sets in the way station booths This system enables train crews to receive telephone from the dispatcher when they are being de laved or when emergencies arise making it necessary for trains to tus used by this rail factured and furnished by the Western Electric Company Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Tilt RKCOKU desires to have for publication suggestions for Christ mas shopping how when and where to shop and for the will present the author with a filled P O M O application for Mr H C Wilkinson has purchas ed the Roark property on Cherry street at a price of 2400 which sets a new value on property in that very desirable section He extensive improvements and occupy the residence as a home Old papers for sate at this office j sidings toe are connection orders goon sidings The to phone appara was 1 best e regularly willmake l r J If l J 1 f I I rap with nd manu arttt zoo soot F r h I There coiild ardty befojin rjct tc Hmer em these last few days j and everyone is feeling better Beginning today the CourierJour nal will he handled Leslie Hale he now having the saje of aH the Louisville in connection with his other J 13 Coombs Co buy beef hides Highest cash price A five weeks old son of Mr and Mrs Ed Pong of Bakersport diet last Saturday evening after an ill ness of a few days The body was brought here Sunday and interment was at the graveyard at Friendship t The new freight wagon the Greenville Transfer Co has been received and it is a great vehicle The new bus is expected very soon and with these important additions the traveling public can bo cared for in splendid shape The Greenville Tailoring Co un der the management of Miss Ljdna Arnold solicits the patronage ofthc public in pressing cleaning repairs sag and altering of clothing All work guaranteed Mr Marvin Welts returned to Louisville the first of the week to resume his studies at the Louisville College ofpharmaoy He injured toc the nail of which it was necessary to remove Hrizemlinc will have his holfday goods on display next Wednesday and the oflerhigs will he on the largest scale he has ever shown Call early and often A twostory frame boarding house near the I C railroad in Central City was destroyed by fire about mi night Thanksgiving night It is supposed that some parties had been in there gambling as the had been vacant for spine time This was one of the land marks of Central City and was widely known as The Red Onion Ordcrs fqfcut flqyersvill receive the prompt 6f Miss 1 d r beck getting 1 bY Dir t fromcroup f J n f here for ten account ot an I r building u a y- l ttA jt 1 v g Tf c yp j1 1 t k ah liar papers business f haalic e dayson attention Lot rnald t4 Mr Jackson Willis at 945 oclock yesterday morning from ailments arid infirmities of her advanced age The body will be taken to the olds home near Clifty in Todd county and interment will be made this afternoon in the Sullivan graveyard Deceased was exemplary ChriSt tian woolen and oneof the pioneers of this section livery including closed carriages Barbotir Head Albert AadenM HMK Bvris at The residence of Albert Anderson was completely destroyed with most of its contents about 5 oclock last Saturday morning at Central Chy The origin of the ire not known but is supposed to have been from a flue The building and contents were well covered by in surance Central City had three fires tabfc week j a little beyond1 the Save home by having year flues repaired Bark ley Bros doV this work best raaaaer The farmers institute ol tile coun ty was held at the court house last Friday and Saturday wad was well attended by representative men all sections of the county Madisonville city council has passed an ordinance closing sorts of stores and business places on Sunday drug stores and livery stables being included in the ban For sale Square piano in Green Apply to Mrs J W telephone No 216 2 Central City Mrs Jessie Craig has been in critical condition for some days a sufferer from acute pneumonia vhfc a complication of kidney bouUlo She is under the J a trainetfc nurse and is havJngevery helpfromk doctorsi but her family fricntisaro SxCrehVely anxious about het X lM p 1 1 i l 4C VlIhJ aged 7 died at the home of her son It Y It ff 2 I s e 1 an t I I For c non it i rat CUy f t tf ii j l v that IS ftc Y 0c your ifRin Iif tram i i J l I VQm erg i K 1j itiI 4 1 i c ro Jf 1 Ie t i 5 i It i fJf l 1 1 t if h y Y lf7jrt1frl t cr AIrst Susan years t V ra firstlass service dent defective t ares 1 p t it Y lire Ky 529 4 x t andst9 y t 4- w e Fxirniture per Shades Moldings j Goods Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROASK r sIII oJ n I 21 t bc t i JV4i 114lL J ittf r ft rt vri p PARI W lIp Undert ers Coffins G Jt 1 Tdr y wvr iArh er yyeo a7 1 f l 1s rawe r4 f M I OOC cc1b mEItt3Y E RGG mme CltirJ3ug RIVER VALLEY OREGON CORRfSPaNDENCC e q Thl matter must not bo reprinted with out special permission GOME FALSE ECONOMIES Some of the worst blunders that nre imuVby tillers of the soil nUll tboso Wljnigwl lu nniiitnl tm bnndry ore the KUl of prHctKIHK shnrtxiglmM Inl ilirf cponomlusl the nttompt to Lave lu rust followed l v InrreaKttl losses Jsvhr on To this das of economies bcoc flu purchase of Scrub or cheap Truth for the dairy or beef herds V u V of poor sml on high priced when good seed costing n half r u vould gixw three times the crop r fm the use or wnrnnut and K ttt mnchltiory Iud touts when r ucy would be made by the use of luijtj rev laid up to hue the plod i z slung n the eau rut Iu the iii viihout itabrotk tester or cream MT it r tykes HiMiiey yuld be made I iut use of ith the refusal to buy u manure spreader or other labor soy Jt T devlius ahJrh would make ihwsl I y maximum mlltkailoii of the curt ova furm resources mal lastly the the wfv the old i la nl out tm l vast sad furuue when the new yofcldtlo vastly belter wurU at a mini mum Consumption of ik a partial list of false oitHtartik i enough nttye i cen urea tjouwljto togest n line of This fault utnyrjiv suilunn HttKi tntoinuut that the tnmble HrfMjitsfjfthitas copper or nickel so elute oaea vy tint It ruins ones IKirspcitlre of the real value of thlugs uutl disltuu dollar or eagle might botuade were n wore In telligent and enlightened policy adopt ed SILO ADVANTAGES foJ K vpl MtttuUtiuiir tlat ras riocd also It as jqt properly dried out when storms Km that corn which was cut lu season and puc In the silo was not ouly Trotu frost damage but from x sslbll Jtyof ret Iud mllirew as well There aught to susgestlou In this all too situation for the farmer who Would combine the best Intelligence this great cereal of the country It Is none too early now to twgln mak ing plnK for a slid If one contero InstaUlng one next tail as n of plans and types of silos iiuuld be made white a visit to ey farms Hvhere they are In success Jul coupled with Inquiries sludge of t lid owiusrs as to their XIMJ tfciico with iheju wojjjtl Jbe time well spout The grxsuost sgrJcuUvral leak in the country today ia the oft rue present careless tnetbods iiunditos the corn crop Qho use gjt the silo oTers the best way out THE AWING CHAP In tnla4 a fellow who Is everlastingly at law alxwt something qr other Part of tl e tlow Js be ruuse he fancies he has boon tvrongecj BOUIO way by those with whouj Jitis dealings while the rust of the lime Ue te A dcfcnpant in suits 4 y his fellows who feel that he has been an offender u ftp attempt to get did not belong to Wm While iftmlufely a strong believflf jt law a corrective of tho ills fro Vffylfib S lb8 suffer and n eenerous tOir t ir4tbo of its uinchlo be aow and then Is hauled into icourt fon pen rojutlou of the statutes Roes without wyjng t ut this chap V yak Itt the community Iu wfilcb Me Hycs lie makea rich plucking fqr tie JlUVs who are the only ones who are whcb ho becomes Involved viair ofthe fact that strawberries the most delicious of the irdeu rults It seems strange hat iuoro folks do not n patch to sup ply the family table stud If the bell ilocs woll to sell to the neighbors plants should be sot In from and oucunlf to three nail onehalf apart upon whether bill or row system of culture Is followed while the plants should bo ifroni oue and onehalf to two spurt lu the row depending somewhat the variety The bed should bo while there Is Kufilclcnt molstura- iu till feronnd should be plv n ire jijncht cultivation and kept free from aiwl vntered If the ralufnll is pot sufficient If the not real thrifty nil blossouja shouUI he snipped off the the plants are bet out When n bed him produced iwo full crops It should l e plowed ow to II t dUn I Ill o t t 1f o nut hl hli A Ihp the 1 1 JiJUl rJRWt IM1 lj blad 7 spelled j j sate l t 1 JUucrM f r hrtW lu uporadonaI JfJtf i tb P bi elJ1tIU the that r 4 Y ulcers both safest mid the t L t Jmntt Quomtcnl fur handling I j i t I i I t I ff jend i i t 11 tJ t i 1 i ffi 1 l i J f a JtI lY 1Jte brouj6 t trtI r e i j tAt JIi hi err t tr i t l t I 1 tsoreenWO to get lm1 wItH his rating UU 1 lov par In the JlllUy ns I L 1r 1 l1 i 1ttt 1lucrn from the squnllhtls sari 1J In t t3 i THE STRAWBJRftYtEQ t t 1 r are unD U t slave 4 i 1 t 4 t 11 1 J t the I iJJ j 1 t1 upon i vet ictI rl pinnUt are T it J i t p If lcgumo h I Lit t Ii Nt1 r1r I L J w tiCi r l I 4 T I a fret anus 1 s k i 1 fuel 4 j oLi eure the hint SOME t iuy otlgns of the Corn belt tat isort corn has us nshleh irp tmpos sl of cEiflrMl w helm because 4 M t a beta JstP rr tritJ Isis farming fro qutstlon sale rllo the metfiod staple y i bit tr r cryr a xes t fit 4 I 1L r t r wlu lie hid i1 t A Ip wns cot vat t r dsa mighty jio of k w st ttse rm tJpg- r t u W lre r law t ttnts r Iir flu 1 fP i4 r a the rows y fleet depending r ati i ti foot- S I ma t M cede tih season n leis taip i a Y f th f a 4 S y IRRIGATION IN WINTER Result Very Satisfactory Where Tried In Western States When water Is applied either soil or to crops outside the iregttliir Irrl piiHon season It Is termed winter Irri gation The practice thus far has been coml ned largely to the warmer parts of the arid region It has become well established In Arizona and California and is being quite rapidly extended to parts of Oregon Kansas and the Kocky mountain states j Experience has shown that a deep retentive soil Is capable pt storing a large innntlty of water On account of the fluctuation of western tr ams of all kinds from the small creek to the large river the greatest flow of water often cornea at n season when there Is least demand for It In a few recap tits adequate storage facilities have been provided to retain the surplus but ns a 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 cnse time results have been satisfactory The chief differences between winter anti ordinary Irrigations are the larger volumes used the crude manner of conveying nnd applying the water nnd the dormant or partially dormant con dition of the plants at the tune of Ir rigation In Fresno county Cal Is turned Into the cannls In January nnd February The large canala of the Modesto anti Tnrlock districts run more than half n head during the lat ter half of February This Is tho rainy period In both these localities and the soil 1 usually too wet for plant growth hut water Is applied to alfalfa fields to till up tbo subsoil to provide n surplus for tho summer whoa water Is scarce Heckles furnishing n supply of much Reeded moisture winter irrigation when conditions are favorable winter killing and improves the mechanical condition of tbe soil UNIQUE WINTER PLOWING Snow Plowed Under Is Said to Da v Poor Ma mi re Must farmers unhitch and turn Jn when snow begins to fall but here wo have ii picture of a ermout man who finished his fall plowing after the ground was well coveted with the whiteness slOW has been called tb poor w 0 manure because It wash frev atmosphere as It falls some iltrogt lu the form of nitrate of monl Jujt after in ctrJca to bro I water sons Man the aIM Mrk lTi io C rj fjt tt qnrrtta rainless prevents the a omett ee nitric 1tttnaeS4 Xe1ts 1Qf the quantity Is Increased as the electricity converts some of tbo free nitrogen of the atmosphere into these available forms There are more nl traces and ammonia salts In the at mosphere near cities than In the coun try as these substances are found in the oscanjug smoke of factories Rains aid fogs and even boil wash the atmosphere o uJtrHc acjd and am moula sols After a ry atoll a shower will contain sometimes con paratlyely large quantities p foc e substances anfL 9 late snow In jLe spring of the rear vfoen rile weather has been previously y yyi coutuln probably a larger quantity than even a rain for the reason that the snow Is more finely divided than the drops and washes the atmosphere more completely There ore annually brought down in rains snows nod dews about nine to ten pounds of nitrogen available for plant food to the This if bought In the form of fertilizers would cost say 17r I assume therefore says M A Scovell f the Kentucky experiment station tliat is why snow ia called the poor mans manure Jt at least asMets Jn bring fag this avallfb e Urofea to the soil Sad Farm CMH M Two hundred dairy farms Jo aT o cn states were Investigated av l inspected and rated accotjjjug j p ujod ra stnd 200 places t e JHgiiiN scof lug dairy was entitled t 908 points out of the possible 100 The lowest scoring dairy was entitled to ouly OM points The average score of the 200 Inspected WRS 3904 out of the possible 100 pointy Some of time stables were found to be bAdly ventilated badly built and too small for the number of cows kept Au examination of the milk palls and the strainers used on these 200 farms made clear the fact that those thlugs are often not so clean as they might bo and as clean as people using them Imagine Traces of old milk were found In nary seams and covers and In only fiftyeight places could all the twill utensils bo pronounced super tidally clean that Is thoroughly wash ed nnd scalded and given n full score for that condition Milk coolers were found In use on fortyeight forum Not over ten thermometers were fouud In use on the 200 farms and In at least 103 instances positive knowledge re garding the temperature of the milk could not b except by the gar of the Investigators own thermom attar notate IX TD1I0f1 err rain eommercial its Borne ands ot dairy Yf fllJ l 7 I scow storm Acre mucti iwinltati4q Mlle obtained frt How Our Beauty Health and Happiness Is It not possible and altogether prob nblo that in the plant laboratory of Nature and made ready man or animal a growing belief scien tists that vegetable kingdom fur for blood making and to keep that deli cato human animal la EO to disturb by wrong methods of living Thus we wo should tho phosphates from tho wheat in our or some cereal foods nnd iron from certain vegetables each as spinach and greens If then our best method for recovering our standard balance of to to Natures Buried our forests is the plant Professor cf Mcdica lit Ilahnc inann Medical College Chicago states In relation to on tho there id no medicine in use about which there is such general un of opinion It is universally regarded as states Dr Halo continues Prof John M Scudder says It slim nlates the and in crease the assimilation of food Bv ln n this blood feeds the muscular system power imparted by the stimulation of The consequent improvement en the nervous are natural results or Queens root is another toot winch has been in repute as nn alterative blood purifier John M D says of it alterative unsurpassed few if any other c permanently cures bronchitis reUcyea an bloodmaking and nutrition nnd harp fr Jong periods Dr R V Tierce 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