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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 fI JD0 JrJlW- 9aecord Advertising 08iS It pays for itself The investment sure of returns Get our rates D Notliliig- t is- k VOL XII NO 43 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY 1ECEMBER 8 1910 50c PER YI AR if pilIN AIict Teetkfreserviig Foods In all the lessons given on the subject of the preservation of the teeth by the aid of the dentist and the toothbrush it is usual to lay stress on the fact that food is the archenemy of the teeth But this is only a partial truth the opposite of which is quite as true It is now tully recognized and taught by good dentists that food stuffs are very valuable preventives of decay but they must be the right foods and used in the right way Almost all adults unless they are acutely ill or hopeless dietetic cranks will have included in their daily meals enough of the sort of food It is young children who arc the principal suf ferers from wellmeant errors in this respect There is a strong feeling that the transition from the purely liquid diet of babyhood to the solid diet of adult life should be made very slowly and that the longer childre can be kept on slops the less their systems will be taxed a mistake WJien the first teeth make their appearance it means that they are thereto work If a proper amount of hard foods is provided for them not only work but the same time do a great deal to ward keeping themselves clean Decay ia the teeth is the result of fermented food lodging in every hit tie crack and it can find Every mouth however clean and healthy will always provide the con for this fermentation wanatb moisture exposure to the air ad the of bacteria These bacteria of the mouth which are always there are powerless un IcM thty get this stagnating lernient i g material to work with f Food ay be divided into two typM the soft ciiBgiag ferment mh4iUyHt itefcli as soft puddings tbtau Th w fibrous foods sti ulate masS tio iamd carry the bacteria away ud they at the sane develop the jaws with the exercise so neces ry lo tkt They also remove the ttKy masses left by the soft fcxHit which the bacteria caMftoi fcnaeat or form acids lot proposed for a moment lkatyo g chiidre should not be allowed to have their bread and silk aid all the usual iongestab l h d marttry foods but it is urged that they should also be given t4u h of the fibrous foods to keep the iteth cleam and to exercise MWcks Give the little one whose JrittMth are just through a piece of crisp toast iastead of a lump of doughy bread or biscuit and let the oWtr childrem finish with apples o soMe other fresh fruit frweit Tkit Metis Thre is oe especially good Jhing about a Christmas present of The Youths Gompaaidn Jt shows that rtkejEivcr thought eaowgji of you to fivryini somethiag It to choose something i co ti jt a great deal More which is abtetetcly ustlesc but to chobsea pnMtftt costing only 175 that will provide a kgyears entertainment aad the upHftiBg companionship J the wise akd great is another Vttr There is one present however irklck oes just that The Youths CoMpuioa t It yp want to know whether it is appropriate or welcome just visit the hose of some Companion sub cViDcj pi Conipanion day i p mot choose any Christmas at MBtil you have examined Vjffct Companion IVe will send yb free copies and the utiulErospectu8 for 191 1 teUinpf sowethiBf1 of how The Companion has reccatlybdeiL enlarged and im proved v The oae to whom you give the MbtpripttoK will receive free all the avmWirs of 1910 issued after the aKHKjr it received also The Corn aio i Art Calander for 1911 3m twelve colors and gold T tK will be sent p reach This 11 tllcy ill willat ditto itl 1I 1 I t h ou 4 i j i5u if t tim t f t oat It 1 i j Jii p i fIi 115irct N r KellY oft J f it h J J ff 1 r c i i o f1t lira WIti 7 i It- J 1i hI4 r r1 if i right L aF t 1 crevice I I i presence i it briflked bregdiad e7ll cbiIdn- r ft O uicjrjancris tqe tsetb 4teieby utoa1ca1lyceaaae mt L 6LI then p cIdltaas t 1 worthwhile r i t i t nat I s- 1jIf simple rr I i the subscriber Ghrishmas morning if desired You too as giver of tion will receive a copy of the Cal enderTHE YOtJTHS C IPANION 144 Berkeley St Bon Mass New Subscriptions Received at this Office v Sentence Sermons The vices lead by vanitys strings To mingle is to sweet en them Impatience is the foe of im- i provemenl Conscience is often a polite syn onym for cowardice Many are eating burrs and com plaining of lifes bread Much moonshine goes pious talks about making sunshine You never with a man by trying to get even with him are often the barnacles that grow on delayed duties A dead heart enjoys being a lively others affairs Men are known by the good they do rather than the goodsthey have There is a lot of difference be tween making good and making others good The Christian who follows his master cannot fail to find chances to help Cherishing hard feelings is an ex cellenty way of making a Hard pillow for yourself It is no use praying over Green lands Icy mountains as long as you took like a permanent frost School books for all grades can be found at the new store qf Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also Y f3 modern v city 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 efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to bead quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are notat present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Outlines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TJJL TEL Co Incorporated smoked and salted meats kinds at J E Combs Cos market 1MB lATE TO CUICACO 8EJUCEB MMII RiHte ABII nces New Sckci let Fates One Way asi I The Monon Rolite announces that it will henceTorth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 6 one way instead of 8 as formerly and 12 round trip good 30 days instead of 16 Patrons are of good service ty the Morton which on night trains from Louisville operates and Pullmans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Parlor and cars and the modern new coaches Inquiries cheerfully answered H Bacon D P A Louisville JCy BilfcsifaHKiMisiiSilck- Miss Lena Arnold stock all kinds of bulbs now is the time to begin the cultivation Following are ready for delivery and orders taken for others and prompt guaranteed Chinese Sacred Lillies toe each 3 for 25 Paper White Narcissus Grandiflora 2 for 5c Joe dozj Roman Hyacinths Single White c each soc dpz Beddinjfj yacinths Dutch c each doc doz Forcing Dutch Hyacinths IDC each 100 doz Tulips mixed iocdoz i affi thesubscrip oursorrows worst into catchup r DifficultIes conscienceon I 1tIII Kr Earmer ii j etl inl iJfoo J iKjf l hen U r Fresh ofall 0 20 l t feredexceptionally Compartment bYE basin nd delivery l r r f 1 akyur koe as fryourfamiIys t get te msBet the Trip return- Ing Drawing room Dining very finest BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room corners are 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 call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are sked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant hi this territory Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that you want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be lone quickly in best manner Furiiture Meldiigs Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in out the largest variety of Furniture In Bfuhlenberg If w do not have what you want we will get It for you We have factory with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Our Special Order Department can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses OurPicture and Room Holdingstocks aw always complete Wailptperls now a staple article of mer duutdUe being used all the year round Axd we always kaye full selections prices 5 cents and up per roll extra cost Uilertikiif a 3 Eafcaliiiii Coffins IB White Enamel and Stained Varaiih finish Caskets in White Enamel Katvrai Woods White Colored and Black Cloth Coveted allMetallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets eli lengths and regular iestra arid double extra widths Steel Grave Vaults of all sIzes constant ly in stock for immediate delivery Burial Robes Wrappers Suits Dresses SUppers etc in large variety Our two licensed Embalmers respond at calls for such scnricss Our general equipment is complete of highest grade We kave a Funeral Car In service sub to Private Tele pkoBM Store 72 Residence 1 08 Residence ISO yards front store Prompt service any hour day or night The J I ROM fSTAIL NEW YORK CLIPPER19 THE REATEGT THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 IK Year SINgle Copy 10 ca ISSUED WEEKLTv SAMPLE COPY FREE FMHK QUEEN PUB CO Lift Serious- It k very seripur matter to ad for on mvdicinc and bavo the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to b careful to get the genuine tbla old rcUa medicine for constipation liver firm It doom not imitate other m dcInM I better than other or it would cot bo the fa vorite liver with ala than all others Combined sow IN TOWN P A Bissell carpeL sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the cost 3 to 575 See thetuiat Roarks and have other advantages than the features ex pltinedV carrIages are 4 i tP N J con- nectIons r 1 q u w 1iiu 1 9 8 tT1i ltrfcfPcfurJ NVile ltttU1irJa1cJ1 cnce to nd C8lI anywhere Two OlIENL punLl8JUms MTNnYOQ r 0 I t t The f d es d sweepers saving 1 c l 4 r f I j umbrella iRuar1tii tu rtui ware- rooms 9a9x 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are simply rheumatism of the due to cold or or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat is required The free application of Is dll tji t igiUeeaVd nnd is ccr tam to Rrt Juick relief a trial e for yourself quickly it ToUves tim 6 Price 250 largefslze WE BUY 3OL Fthrci 7 beak ia LwiuiU AC f PftwrjiW M i WU JCF r Sntnnroii l ub Co J j UfC smSUItotHtfet K friAie 5 J rat awnpfa r Uaacta Stv J i 58 Tiypevriter ribbons machines at Roirks II PRINCfTON KY t inlers give If ACKfBkANDT I 4 lIbeumatisnI ofevery muscles ment s iYient It Give it low soc T all A i I j Jul roript- JOflN Mr rber1ain ads pain and rccss Wa walsh NISAJiEL SOI ti4Xy lRIAfl4J l iTnIIe rrcfu4D Ir1Ira ucs t IItntorgTI teritt i rflVWG4p tcT j FOfl COUGHS I e i FOR THROAT J I f v pL MhIIis rich in coil etc and the mot lu ttrldientucky forirr KING OF THE WONDER WORKER J CURES DR KINGS l AND LUNGS r 0 1 ir FOR COUGHS AND PREVENTS PNEUMQNIi I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was over dUcted with and iny Mends expected that but thuD be to God four bottles of Dr New Discovery cured mq GO completely that I am aU sound and well MRS EVA UWCAPHER ABSOLUTELY GUARASTEED little SOLD AND GUARANTEED 3V All JL r ij s5 IEW DISCOV4iERYI J COLDS I my bed it be for my grave Our doctor mC1lRWe and kOD r d when left would mycaae Price 50o Tri Fpu L A Little Good Paint in Time Saves Whcia yow builday wxd every dayi frort iria UwBwotk Lamb co tstoa twcH to kt k Jic y fe vriai f lade pa L- It cort Uw t food wt thai to go Iwd pw4 we tue wrrar cracks vW only y j wsK viBrsraorek L t ready to paint We Mfubpe ferrf eltM ad durillc job prkca rcMOMUc PJMI put k of J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 a I tl l8Ow with t t 1dJJ PUS L 3 4l JiJHlTJk LeD Jrlll QI Pwh selors whea t- z Theses are W but good pst o oi CARTER I z e u Trpntiae- i tka t exPeaIiv The of os saa with yeg a White Seeing Machines in rotary arid vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROAHKS STORE y iT roa prices PE KALBIU1 KJOM3AS CITY MO We Ask You to take Cfii your wnalo troubles because 0 ara UT it will help you Rarncmbcr that I for th1a pat fc t renudrN WINE ff1 01 j has brcti it rsttef to thousands of sick women so why net to For bsadachc backache periodical pains female many hva said tt U besi to M Try U I I Sold in TWi City 3 ther the I Seethe very latest thing in til I II J j f F I weakness take carpet- fcper Potks Save I FULL lOOKKOWMfi CauaSII 6KjDMRSHK for The price Is oo Those who this advertisement af it and where saw it will be able tdhatc oatf reserved at the low ate 25 Books and stationery are included Ko time limitnow buy one use f J2 If rMtiy bcin r ell o I ot PaleIaeed Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions It is the best tonic for women because its are specifically adapted for vcmens needs They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and the wornput womanly frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains HO mitt or drugs of It is perfectly and safe lot young aiidold to use Tfe Wo8ii Teois After doctor had done sll he said he could for me writes Mrs WmHiIfiard of Moiiatain Car dui on the advice of a friend ithfelpcd me so matCh Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for years if good health I think there is cf the best advice ia your book that I ever saw Your dru gist sells CarduL Try it IVrifefo Ladies A5vjso r Ctoaoooa ilcJdne Co 3dit coit TCM f fto L i t f j r A tvA C it tJ J l L tl 1 f C t 1 to J 1 Jit NQIf1I 1 tt J f 7 f vvVlJ 4 L l BPS 1N S 1EGE J- L O z nut5tr tr KY t dark circles under Wom1 a tonic It tonic Cardui the womantsto ic I f erals no no lithe no dan T J43 I but fuki tlQ tat e lttel m i Y GUMBERlANfl t tEPHV iE TLE6RAPH Ct ftJ f I r1 PRITcisri j l I Ii QO 15econd and LGtThSVUJLE Y J I 1 j eyes dran features and tired out expressions you need need is I Iroll no no glycerin eCARUIaniP and sinci s r tuicas icz 3 I rj BYPUl S N t 4 jEOFR i s r i toophoncs or IllInois rdjana t ut Mfsslssipp- lut you iti quick trf tri with the rB country j JKds unsur Long d inG ns this yc to tau almostI tn J y Southern J t c sQj vrJnHI P0 te O t ri j iY yesq1c1 tw f 14 b i4 pa t Comauyonb i anywIoro in Si KorhLc Loustaliritery t ISItrO reasonable EFtLt FOR COLDS ii gH4Li 1 C 1IG 1CU Jr I rl rti H Ey T b wi i o Li G d J I I S 1 1 5 7 i r ryLt 0 I ajr 1 x ttkt r- S SANTA CLAUS AT HOME Al A i Independent Newspaper R CQRD PRESSfczfctor omax L toArK- Prottdcitt 8fcret rjr GRIBK L ROAKK EDITOR Q ttc In nntuKi rear vf store ground floor 50 PER YEA IN ADYAHCL TEUMH Tho prier of the Is mtranwo the uvt cxplira to KMbU IH paid Xhf ioppvd- Onrtli f tMuukd obltunnr notices He if not longer Tin ten Mara will b h t fr r A 6 THne win b foi n tr ed Ho variation of w Free coplf wilt be AivertUt aientu will b IttMrted A rate curd will be urtbul on rrun t AiMrchH n riiiainnnluutionn make all re aiUtanees pnynblo to RECORD PRESS THUESDAY DECEMIEI HII at UrceuvWo KypOhioJU OUR CENSUS Kentucky hns gotten returns from v thcicensus ami Umreturns arc disappointing f arc credited wfch apojwlaiion of 3289905 u gain in the decade of 06 per cent us against in jgto The gain of the preceding decade was 155 per uent There nre only a few states lhat have shovsojittle g and the average gain is about 1 6 per cent There arc many reasons assigned the principal of which are our poor roads and schools Besides the reign of lessnes has driven out many of our citterns sand kept away a much larger number of people who were seeking locations We get nothing like our share of the agricultural migrants as no bereati is maintained toward that end is evident that Kentucky mustdo something ysiug of its beautiful women fast horses and fine whiskies if it is to maintain Its position With roobcr effort we should lead the of lagging at the The following forty counties show actual de creases some of then very heavy liath Boonc Bourbon Braken Bullitt Butler Caldwell Carlisle Carroll Crittenden Elliott Flem ingj Garrard Grant Green Hancock Hardin Harrison Henderson Henry Larue Lewis Livingston Logan Mason Meade Men Mercer Nicholas Owen Robertson Scott Shelby Simpson Todd Trimble Union i and Washington A NEW counterfeit 2 bill is out When the counterfeiters get around to the ioccnt pieces the average man will become excited WHO eliminated our favorite son Bryan belligerently asks the Oma Ijk Bee Answering on the spur of the we think the eliminat was done by Vox Populi with some assistance from tie Great himself Seiteace Serwis No man escapes duty by fleeing fo his devotions Stage thunder brings no showers of spiritual tiering if always easier tolove your enemies than your rivals The loafer has the longest hours nnb the shortest years Zeal is a consuming but love jMkea it burn on an altar The heresy hunter will never find Qfth61bxy save in a phonograph Ths greatest force for good is fault in the possible good man Folks really have halos are revel discovered before mirrors Many cfiurches mistake raking in the shekels for bringing in the sheaves Some are never lure of the love of the lord until their neighbors get into trouble Men never get to know their Father in heaven by going to church tofind out the faults of one another Tlie poorest way for the preacher is to worry over whether they like his preaching J G64 buy beef dash MeV rUE ECORDI nv lcmgOJtU2CfJ Ne 72 HIS zY 1I papa bee If paper will 14 trade thl boo rule anyone ant per budI rChvl11 y- ua r 4- o Q red as aeenadI II o r 14 t 1 r i Jr I iJ 1 t Jai Besides l y flIt f proc ssion t i I P ndl ton ri J 1 r j JI I i moment j I It fire Ji1 1JJf J1J hfl inn ho IIi fl Il i F i i t rIfc 1 I o Cr tr itf J t I 1 it J fI to make sure of the love of people I 1 p EC fib Jt p td fy c JI 4 f1s I t rI 11 II a i J 2Sk tF T X I I rtleu4ibntUn8AI1AYe Tolep lone new vsso acrsrrsr s1 a i t paper i rut and when a this ratted 1 the a matt r i r iburr at C y tin a law 1u Z m 4 a h S t even iistcad the tall r hi a i Harts fee r S o r ing r eliminated R c tItr vr r rtA r I i a b t 1 e abide 1Ii best y J- I li K BELL BROTHERS commenting upon the general ity of the Bell Brothers we shall make some reference to other con nected and contemporary families One hundred and thirteen years ago six Bell Brothers came from Virginia to Kentucky They were William Josiah Samuel Robert Ihomas and James James the youngest brother born in 1778 lo cated in Louisville Ky where he remained several years and then re turned to Virginia where he lived and flied Samuel the third of the Bell brothers born in 1773 located at Glasgow Barren County Ky which county was organized in 1792 Samuel never married He lived and died at Glasgow William Josiah Robert and Thomas Bell came to Muhlenberg connty in 1797 in the organization of the county Villiann Bell the oldest of the Cell brothers horn in 1768 died 186 was one of the first magis trates of the county and acted a of the first associate Circuit Judges of the county He the county in the Legislature of the State in 1814 He was mar tied in Virginia to Sarah Nighting and to that union were born and reared nine children six boys and three girls The boys were Samuel who married Mary Bell the daughter Bell to them were born two sons and one daughter John and Joseph the one daughter Mary The family moved to Illinois where Bell died His wife married James Smith he died and she married Rev Williams Anslem Bell a son of Judge Bell bora in 1802 married Rebecca Robertson daughter pi David Robertson To that union were born and reared four girls and one son Sarah Josephine Cintha En IfDirirfi tkeboy died in early manhood William Bell Jr son of Judge Bell born In 1807 died in 1867 first married Lucy Smith who died in 1851 She was a daughter of William Smith and to that union was bora one son Thompson who was born in 1834 and now in his seventysixth year and is the only living monu ment to rcpreseat the name of the Bell brothers in the county Three girls Sarah Susan and Ellen Bell Jrs second wife was the widow of Aaron Smith her maiden name was Elizabeth Poole daughter of Joseph Pools who was the father of Ferdinan Reason Henry Pine ney and David Poole all dead To William Bell Jr and Elizabeth Poole was born and reared one daughter Elizabeth who now sur vives Jesse K Bell a son of Judge Bell left the county when a young man went South and became a steamboat captain and run the riv ers from New Orleans to Louisville for many years we think he died in Louisville James and Wylie Bell sons of Judge Bell both in the western part of the Stale near Paducah Wylie Bell never married James Bell raised a family perhaps some ef them yet survive Elizabeth Bell a daughter of Judge Bell married James Tag Bart a man of prominence once surveyor of the county also reprc seated the county in the Legislature in 1838 To this union was born and reared four sons and three daughters Liza Ann Elvira Eliza beth William James Thorny and Jesse William married Elizabeth Craig James Jr married Anne Poole daughter of Joseph Poole Thomas married Mary Lee Jesse went to Kansas Liza Ann married Harvey Robertson Elvira married Henry Velbora Elizabeth married Parks Dockins The Taggart Bros of Depoy are sons of James Taggart Jr Liza Ann Bell daughter of Judge Bell married Abraham Vaught they left the county at an early date Mary Bell daughter of Judge Bell married David a son of Britton Willis they moved to Arkansas where they lived and died Josiah Bell second of the Bell brothers was born in Virginia in 1770 died In 1857 He a the county at THE andassisted in represented ofRobert andreared prominent in r c s- In one and William located Willis was man ones time the Sheriff He married in Virginia to Martha Hubbard She was born in 1770 died in 1861 was u witness of four wars To union were born and reared four girls Polly Esther Sally and Ma hala two sons Thomas and Robert Polly Bell was born in 1795 mar ried Joseph McCowan and to that union were born and reared seven sons William Alexander Robert Lewis Wilson John and James daughters were Julia Martha Mar garet and Mary All dead but James the youngest on born in 1834 anti now in his scvenlysrxlh year and living at Dcooy Ester Bell daugh ter of Josiah was born in 1797 and was married to Titus Htnter to this union were born and reared five sons Robert William Seth Dow and Thomas one girl Armitta The Hunter family moved to Illinois where they lived and died except William Hunter who lived and died in Ohio county Sally a daughter of Josiah Bell born in 1833 James Campbell and to this union were born and reared one s n Shelby two daughters Mahala and Sally The Campbell family also moved to Illinois Muhala the youngest daughter of Josiah Bell was born in 1811 died in 1886 and was the last to survive of the Bell brothers children She was married ID 1 homas L Martin a son of Wil liam Martin a pioneer settler who was born in Virginia in 1776 and cameto Muhlenberg county in 1803 Tnomas L Martin was born in Woodford County Ky in 1801 died in 1874 to this union were born and reared five boys Dabney David Richard Charles and one girl Mattie all dead but three David Richard and Charles Thomas son of Josiah Bell was born in 1799 died in 1852 He never married Robert son of Jo siah Bell born in 1840 He married Margaret Langley a daughter of Jeremiah Langley To this union was born and reared two daughters M 7lha T2IizabTthV Both dead V Robert the fourth Bell brother born 1774 died in 1845 was married to Joanna Wilson To this union were born and reared three boys William James and Joseph two girls Mary and Elizabeth Wil liam son of Robert Bell was born in 1804 and died in 1868 Married Margaret Henry to this union were barn and reared one sqn Robert three daughters Elizabeth Cather iRe and Jennie James son of Ro bert Bell located in St Louis where he married lived and died Joseph the youngest son of Robert Bell married Mary Daniels He Green river where he died to this union were born and reared three sons James William and John one daughter Bettie We think the most of them are dead Mary daughter of Rob ert Bell married Sam Bell a son of Judge Dell of which we have al ready taken note Elizabeth daugh ter of Robert Bell died in early wowanhoodThomas the fifth of the Bell brothers was born in Virginia in 1776 died in 1852 He was a prominent man in the county Was colonel of the militia for a number of years He married Hannah Bog gess to this union were born two Charles and Montgomrey two daughters Patsy and Sally Charles Bell was an enterprising merchant In Greenville for many years in the latter part of the 18505 he moved to Paducab He married Phebe Reynolds the youngest daughter of Richard Reynolds and to this union were born rind reared one son Thomas two daughters Anna and Athaline They all have died with out descendants Montgomery a son of Thomas Bell married Nancy Boggess a daughter of Robert Bog gess And to this union were born and reared Mollie and Eliza all dead Mollie has two children liv ing a son and a daughter Thus ends the sketch of the Bell brothers whose name after a run of over a century is about to become extinct in the county RONDO Most flues are m need of being overhauled for winter season Call on Barkley Br os who will do the work reasonably and in best Manner I this married I i i r8or died in in locatedon livedand j sops r f I Thomas an the r r THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan Martin R T Martin 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 BUQiVDi MARK GENERAL INSURANCE C E E f lUI We represent lame Insur ance o of N Y c the C i FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS BLAGKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY t u CA6I E TWc 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 paint or varnish enamel or stain we can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this be cause we sell the perfect ACME WJT1T 1 tnt writes Hi kinds of firm itf city property E I I triad of paints enamels stalnt varnishes all carrying the par antee mark With every of the Acme Quality kind we five you free The Selection and Use of Buatsand Finiche theonly com plete pelat book ever published A Greenville Milling Co Incorporate ACME GOMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO IKCOXrOXATBD I Long dlstarico tines and telophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of th is great section of country We solicit your patronage Rates reason ablo Equipments and facilities unsur passed the I T D Irc Ixrif l i 1 of ldJTr t t P St ii Jt i MFSt CALDWEitl LELANO HOME WEll Trante Y r ar ar MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Banking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier FOR LESS MONEY Let us prove to you that the Steams Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have aA Well show yo the inside an important side to know of the very you buy STEAMS FOSTER WWDSOR MATTRESS A positive guarantee of money if sot Mtkfectorjr cm 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got a the good th fprices Wre J L KOARK Estate We announce to our trade and the pub t Kc that our stocks of goo fc jn al depiit v ments are larger and better selected than f in our history We carry a varied line of t GENERAL MERCHANDISE fand can supply most of the wants of the jj people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes v Hats Etc we offer large selections Wv j In Groceries Hardware TinwareVFarm v ISf- fi Implements and such goods our stocks l jj ft are especially strong fM In all departments prices will be found A j5 the lowest and your visits will be highly t x v appreciated i Undertaking Department I- 2i We have just added an Undertaking Department to our f jtt business and will carry a comprehensive line of Collins MJ kets Robes Suits Wrappers and presses 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 TeiefSoKs Store No I Hi He I or Id 3 I The BRIDGES SHANNON CO 4Wi DEPOY KENTUCKY Grnvlll Ky we f fJ A t to buy I GlADE brick at very fCUODAble ly t Jl a aa pi II oII iI JIoIiJijf iThe BRIDGfS SUANNON 1 s t iP l tt 4 i 3r J fever 1lt e ii tr l tj ttt W t i o tfm WfJ i j 3 m v 1I L f t l Itto W f ttJ if 41iiri F If I IIII II ltIIIiw wow w 1 t y Jl 1 ben want w 1 I r a t5 j BETTERs mattress 1 50S F r QiD- EP4Y IElVTi3CKY w r s fl Q r tin 10 Cup y 1M t ee irlt Ube 1Recor Aalsr IIARCOURt Qluis mey IfMANUFACTURING ENGRAVE Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with tI SpecIal i 1 I 2 t t JILV xJ g 7 J t i LS Quality i1 WALLPAPER Prices at RoarKs x iyzlr I k a 4 ROYAL Baking Absolutely Royal is the only baking made RoyalGrape of Tartar Highest in Leavening Efficiency NAlm ICKKIML TIME CARD k r 1 J r r t ri PureI 7 t oJ j r A 0 1 iJ I It J- J n 0 4 i 4f I t i I t a T S 4 INLieFupate V 4 4 T JulABlsTHIe Exprew i tM C4Mi U KxyreM I 4 LeatsrUie United 1125a 488 715p l P 4M liaM4CIn aceea 515a 111 Taite Aee9a e4aMsa 1M Xew Orlean BpeU 8M HI K O 8pe I paaer wily I J9 a B S6M WGOSAwreBB A BY JCHKX KMKK Jtt B jtcMe trail MM of tile M able ewe JtoffHrii ItMntnr a 4 reH i HH Wra at Talrfera Oteae irtriitJre I Hp4 at BoBrBeao h ia IMS He la lia wH thea th r ceHeeUaa f f mn aXe4 The CbrtMtaa Year f rcral kanared edltloBN have been eW bat he kaewn la fcU ewa 4ajr al e fete ata n tarijr reHcioa We aad beeatMe he ref Bitd ttrmtBt IB the chiireh r at avlcteaM to hb ewji pariah J- BtXCTC a sewer that trW a t Far lack ef leafjr aereea Aad Ch Uaa bepe eaa cheer the eye That seer aair rerat peea Thea Hare that Leve eaR bleu i JCrea erewdtd loaattaeaai Where ever mmtimg atyriad seem te say aeaght to iw There are te tala lend atvakla tide Of hwaa eire aad tile etediea abide- OttheeTeriakttageMae Wha carry mMs la theirlH rt Thra ch dwky laae aad wraacliac Tiyhnr Sheer daMy task with bm4er feet B a e theIr weret seuls a holly strata repeat Aad VV B Babel ahiae 8 ea Tleaias ef Famdiae 8h U set tbetr peace be peace dtrlae- Wh day bjr day arle Ta la k m atearer heareaa and seau The warkja Ooi aataaehed by aaa there r E HECORD 500 per year Nof4i for all sewing machines H r WitkMo WCH it is harder to take Mtectioas than to pay for ChritUtts There hM never beem a prettier fall tfcwr tlie ot we fctve been bl d tkis year yo r beef hides to J E CooM f fc Co a d get the cash Mr Hera Sumner and bride were here a few days with the family V f Mr Taoc E S ncr Stores are almost all staying open V at Bifats aNd will to do o natH after Christ was Get jwr prices on magazines y wilt save woBey HabbiU are mow plentiful on the the MOW hunters trail ia laige narabers t ifrgfcitfc Jam two weeks wiai Chnitwas but the time will very short except to the snail folks j Jlesf X IIU pmo h aCT B IMp p ttL f nrIIt nit ee as or w felt was t leI teehaUl Mre to Ut It mart t 9 H The lI who to ulake Jr i t shoppers alelttiAci I r JtM1 aow I 1 P 4 gifts f tJ j l ItTJ I fJ t 4 ow con iB1Ie J iat 1 ark kavilp t 1L ii t t lItl 1 bet cl t 00 l J l 2 triJ it I1 xrB il r Q if ii f r t Jl Jj e to t j yr it ro 1i t 8 1t r ICekMCys we 4 i flX OtOWD We- T Xe warn e diy foe pie S Gth see aw e crIme Wltb wham 4 p I 1 ere a a 1 a a beardwa 3 C ai has gifts 4 I tobCpitkd s Ckritu as a a arks a a a 4 4 i 4 wit 1 a 47 a ab a Sa2 ezP1 4 a C sore Pah e a Y M C A NOTES The second address on the Sermon on the Mount was given last Sunday by Rev E D Ryan and was enjoyed by all present During the Holiday season when we are all giving presents will be a good time to put His main thought into practice and that is that we cat lay up treasures for eternity by helping in a material way some one who is sick needy or destitute Lets try it It sounds like a good investmentNext Mr J G Barkley Sr will speak on The Three Rules This is an interesting subject and all men and boys should be present and hear about the Three Rules Do not forget the tine 3 oclock That is when we begin In the junior contest Jas Middle ton broke the standing broad jump record establishing a new one of 8ft 2 f in In basket ball the Buzzards defeated the Eagles 13 to 7 and the Owls defeated the Buzzards 27 to Visitors are welcome at these contests and basket ball games on Friday nights Come and sec what great things the boys arc doing Men Who Dared is the subject of the course which the boys bible class is studying on Thursday after noons at 345 They have laid down a difinition for a Hero by which to measure people and the dictionary cannot beat it A hero is a freeman who does hard things that are worth while XMAS PRESENT A years membership in the young mens Christian Association vould be appreciated by your father brother husband son nephew your friend or some poor boy Try it and see If already has a membership you can give him one to start when the present one ex pires Ask the secretary for prices AUCTION SALE There is to be a real auction sale at the Y M C A on Dec 23rd Look out for further announcements and come prepared to do some bid ding Give us your job work J council was ked Monday riightj andin addition to routine business the board ot supervisors for the year was appointed The same board as last year composed of Messrs W E Drake James W Barkley and James L Boggess was named and the board is a good The members have gained by their experiences of last year and should give even better service than the excellent work then done In fact this board should be appointed for a term of years as much better results could be obtained than from raw recruits each year All Will Eijiy a Ykttr sift There is no such thing as being selfish with a Victor machine Yqti will want everyone to share its music songs speeches with you and so your pleasure will be The Incomparable Victor records embrace the best of the worlds music of the moment as well as of the past We have of records and willassist you in making selections from the thousands listed v TIlE J L ROARK ESTATE Mr David Holland aged69 and 6ne of the well knows citizeast of his neighborhood near Bethel was killed by passenger train No 122 in the yards at Central City about noon last Thursday It was reported that he Had been drinking as the train was within his view for several hundred feet before it struck him Holland was a civil war veteran and was well and popularly known He is survived by a young wile and two small children Ctrl ef Thuks We take this opportunity to thank the people of Greenville for their untiring service and interest during the illness and death of our loved pae and especially do we thank the telephone operators for their kind ness and immediate service J W CRAIG AND FAMILY Mrs Minnie Wines Jones died last Friday night at Graham after suffering for some years from tuber culosis of the lungs The body was carried to St Charles at noon Satur day and interment was made there Have Barkley Bros repair your flues and prevent a fire loss 13 n u h j City t compounded hundreds Ifall i iJIt e ri 7 J f t 10 4t Cuci zrr9a3r mcpfij kkTw1IIaLotby t irM IRounO IS PREPARED NOW TO SERVE YOU WITH EXTRA SPECIAL GRADE GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON OUR OFFERINGS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY AND ARE COMPLETE YOUR EARLY AND FREQUENT VISITS ARE REQUESTED AND WILL BE APPRECIATED Special Announcement We have secured the agency for the Victor Talking Ma chines and have in stock a full line of these celebrated goods including the worldfamous Victor Victrola with an immense selection of records of Ill kinds Come in and and hear them talk sing play whistle dance and perfectly reproduce all sorts of sounds There is a Victor for everyone 10 to 500 VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE PERSONAL SERVICE BERE J L ROARK Estate Furniture Wallpaper Funeral Directors Embalmers Private Longdistance Telephones Store 72 Home 1CJ Established 1879 OWEN L ROARK Manager OPEN NIGHTS NOW crbs RII the ear tore I seethis wonderful line e S ti Death of Mrs Jesse W Craig Mrs Margaret Newton Craig wife of Mr Jesse W Craig died at their home on North Main street at 8 oclock last Wednesday after an illness of ten days from Deceased was 62 years old and was a native of this coun ty being widely known and gener ally beloved j on account of her many noble traits of character She waia devout Christian woman a member of the Baptist church and a funeral service was conducted by the pastor Rev Wm J at the cnurch at 230 oclock Thursday afternoon the edifice be ing filled by relative and friends Interment was in Evergreen The husband and the foljow jng children survivei Richard G Misses Flossie Gillian and Jessie and Mesdames N yon W Xiramelv In their sorrow they arcvjoinedby widetcircle of friends For guaranteed pressing cleaning and dying of clothes call the Green yule Tailoring Co A stillborn child of Mr and Mis Claude Jernigan of Powderly was buried at the Eaves graveyard last Sunday afternoon Sleighs are almost a thing of past hereabouts for many years we have had very little weather and the vehicles have all disappeared t Roark has the agency Jor the celebrated Victor line and has the instruments records needles and supplies in stock ready tor delivery Many houses are under course of construction and the not being abandoned on account of the cold weather though that is things somewhat Hunters report that quail are now scarce and wild Both these things have been brought about the continuous hunting of the past month And thousands of birds have been killed v and- S be sleighing works hindering a b almost t J fh f t F riI I pneumonia Ma- honey cemetery I U a L rp4 Tramp Drops Dead OB I Track at Depoy K A man about 65 old a tramp who has been seen through ttiis secion a few times before dur ing the past several years was found dead between the rails near lepoy about 7 oclock last Thursday night He had pitched forward and bi was slightly bruised but there were no other marks and it is posed that he died from exhaustion The body was turned over oy vhe county authorities to The Bridges 5r Shannon Co of Depoy who made the necessary arrangements and interred the body was a ieter found on lie booy posctt tor haver ben addressed tQ the deceased at Chicago and frpm wjat could he figured out hjs name was thought to have keep fllspn Ten cents in silver and a Lincoln tfft penny was the amount rqpney found on the body Notice to StickfciWers wilKbe held at the office of the First National Bank in Ky on Tuesday January 10 1911 between the hours of 10 a nr and 12 m an election ipur ofelecting seven directors for tile ensuing year d JNO T IiEVNOjpij ecty That was almost a skating spell tast week as ponds were all frozen over but the cold spell before sufficient thickness was had for even the small boy The snow and cold of Monday tiight put the court house clock out of commission just before midnight and some people in town claim that not sleep on account of not hearing the familiar the hours passed Burr v My new burr grist null is m oper ation call on your merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed corn jl 28 J A SHAVER c ears I fa e I i IIP i o Tberp f hort e pose J a broken theycould strikeRs GristMill ndchopped i r n f fflSN I I e Greenville I MUHLENBERG Luis Way Tewarl the T f ii Pop slatiii Gail if the Past Decade Oir 3188 Per Celt growth is Next Is Biflest ii Keiticky CITY POPULATION NOT ANNOUNCED Muhlenberg county is one of the best in Kentucky We have been preaching that for years and the census returns just announced arc so pleasing that the most enthuastic Muhlenberger is delighted beyond expression for now we are enabled to tell in a more satisfactory just what strides we have made in the last decade The census returns for the state as a whole have been disappointing but county cer tainly has np complaint to make There are only three counties Bell Jefferson and Pike that have added as many people as has Muh lenberg and but one of these Dell has surpassed us in percentage of gain In 1900 we had 20741 people now we have 28398 a gain of 7 857 and a percentage gain of 3788 Bell made the record gain in the state making a stride of above 80 percent About forty counties lost in population and many ragre Had very small gains about one fourth of the counties in the state gaining less than 1000 each Local con ditions have made the seals vary both ways but there is a general recognition by the people of the state that we are losing out as with our sister states and that there must be a more universal spirit of progress and endeavor among our people Good roads a thing unknown here on the basis of any standard highway sys tern our schools are not up to the mark by a long margin and there are many minor hinderances The census has been an eyeopener it remains to be seen if we will pro fit by the lesson If do not the next decade will making an even poorer showing for our Getpotted plants and cut flpwers from MiistLeaa Arnold Tobacco moved Sonic last week but has been shut off by the cold snap Warmer weather will bring a rush of the weed as farmers are anxious to get holiday money and the merchants will be pleased with getting the trade Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc 13 Mr Cam Howard and bride tujfhed h re the first of the week after a v s t of some length to Mr Howards Barents at Nobob Fpr the present they will be home with the brides parents Mr and Mrs G B M Williams N See Coombs Co befdre you sell your beef hides i Bettte Moss LIllian sister of Rev Q OUlon pastor of the Methodist church at this place tiled at lief home at Suramerahade m Metcalfe coqnty last atur day afternoon after an illness of about ten days from She was a bright and popu lar young woman and her death was a great shock to a large circle of friends Rev Dillon and his wife were called to their home by the illness of the young lady and will remain a few days They have the deepest sympthy of our people in their sorrows Save your home by having your flues repaired Berkley Bras this work in bpst manner One of our townsman whotravels a considerable amount and who has the Pullman habit taking it even betweenherc andCentral City or vice versa has asked the editor a question or some questions as to what kind of an uppercut was dealt the Pullman company by the inter state commerce commission He asks When upper berths are lower than lower berths and lower berths higher than higher berths are lower berths higher berths higher berths lower berths or are both lower since neither is higher or but we think this enough of his question for our readers to solve at one time Give your job printing orders to TIlE RECORD I waYt our I i I compared arc we state IL r I re J t I o I 1 J j t1 k 1 c a aS 5 a- Miss 41 pneumonia cia aq consequently THE LIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS gleam brightest where electric are used This is the best time of the year to commence their jYpu want everything to look bright end cheerful at Christmas Arrange for our electriC light service and this Christmas will be the brightest had cheeriest 01 any you have Green Yiile light Water Oflicc Hours 73Q to in in Ill one No 51 5 to r pm ili i j t 4 US I x i t11 yet k pyn t j 2 CO c r titr i C tIrijJtI I j I I r JiA s S I i 4 cf 5 fr lCouiUftAvZD r S 5 lltOLaflL- 1 to 120 p in SI b Man Stradsr Killed SMlutiy hav Another murder was commuted m cpunt last FridavyatOUt i down when Mu kiftd Si Brgigance Putty at hc home of the latter near Bivins schoolhouse Magistrate J H Lovell hold an Saturday morning and the jury after hearing the testimony returned verdict that Putty came to his death from two pistol shots fired into his back by Man Strader Strader fired three shots but one missed One ball passed through the heart and the other through the body on the right side causing inst ant death Strader came in and and claims selfdefence as Putty attempted to draw a pistol on him he savs No pistol was Tuesday morning StraderVaiyed iitd was released on a bond of zt 000 The affair y a serious one and has caused the widest regret TIlE SATISFACTION the Stad surrendered Qup lw s1u S inquest i telleforejudge Rice on m wearing well cleaned and pressed clothes is one that doesnt end the first UmQ they are put on Its lailv and hourly pleasure that ftxprie ccs constantly Isnt it vorrh something lo have your raenb cared fox by people who are interested in yolu appearance and who how 9 do the work Bring usyour workf or we will call for and deliver it Telephone 253 GENTEELVTAItlQRING GO Qreanville Mere Bldg n 24 Musical Settlements Recognition of the part played by good music in mak lug desirable citizens was shown a few years ago by disinterested citi zens o New York who established the Jflusic School for the purpose of furnishing at low Cst music instruction to who could not afford to pay high tution fees Charged by the usual private teachers So successful has tlenient been that last mouth therat tendance was 700 the full capacity of the school with a long waiting list To become eligible as a pupil children must attend public school untUthe age of 15 after which they must become wage earners In struction begins at 3 p m ipad after dinner till 10 oclock j A fee cents is charged one gar c l OiP l f settl the set ot25 for h lf t 1i 1 i iI tj 3h fIf i know t properly l 1RO ikop 0 I impOrtant ipent hose continues 4 i4 iioor lessons This charge includes harmony sight readisg sight i pDgt ensemble 5 trajniug In addition to private ssons there are classes jwno harmony singing tnd chorus Pupils in stringed in truments have the privilege of eater ng junior or senior orchestras The influence of such a school cannot be overestimated Drawing its pupils from classes pf oaraew musical it bound in time to de Velop musical genius which night aity to give itself expression i It is needless to comment on the cultural effect upon society of add jngio the number of its musicfaas gj rpo ii d orpnty will of these fta Ii J music a means of livelihood mack sllf better than that offered by shops f and factories but to all of the It will offer an outlet for their spirits xS and temperament where else they go turbulently astray rhe Greenville Tailoring Co un der the management of Miss Lena Arnold solicits the patronage of the gublib in pressing cleaning repair V vork guaranteed A CrlstHas That There is one especially good thing about a Christmas present of The Youth3 Companion It shows that the giver thought of to L costing a great deal more which is absolutely useless but to choose a present costing only 175 that will provide a long years entertainmeat and the uplifting companionship of the wise and great is another mat icr There is one present however hich does just that The Yo th Companion If you want to know whether Jt is CompaniOB sub scriber on Companion day Do not choose any Christmas present until you have examined The Companion Ve will sead you free sample copies and beautiful Prospectus for 1911 telling something of how The Companion has recently been enlarged and im proved it- Tfie one to whom you jjjre the bscription will receive free all the numbers of 1910 money is received also The nanions Art Calander Jpr 1911 lithographed in twelve colors and gold These will bc sent to reach the subscriber rishmas mprniag if desmed too as giver of the subscript will receive a copy of the Cal ender THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass 4 Subscnpiions Received at this Office i For sale Square piano in Green yule Apply to Mrs J W Vomberg telephone No 2162 Central City Ky S2Q f fclt SOIU in land arches J ltSiIiI ttill violiw IJr 0- t i A I iith Jt rr z itizensJ nny of which are notably 1tf is f kotherwise and opportu Ytrf tji c h i a pert r maD r f 9r f- I Yj i t i r fItf Jg i tJt l j ii Pre lt lea s i 7ir t 1 ipf enough you i cItc l fr 1L f rI ftf 1I appropriate or welcome Just j Ithe home some j ic NI 1 fIJ i 4 tff f I f 1 issae dafter i L k t rfI il t I tc q fUfo t 7t t t 4 r j 4 theory 7 lack means I a j U J S and altering clothi All Ssethiig eSa c iJr1 visit of the Y r the Cit I iou p 4 a- New e S aS as k 7 7- t S MOARKFxirniture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers s tVy I 1 i Jf 1r tiu l t tf W it t f vifr tj iii rj h to L I t i t t tj 1 k j W llp per f i f I IIIcjI Jisiife fI rfI tIL f t z u1 r I r y rave Vaults w ion F arm Garden PROPER CARE OF EGGS ttltUke to Hold Th m For Hlflhor Prices Philadelphia Writer Vbore can tit bites lit properly jjV for the iuvsewe of brut eggs In iU markets V What art the muses Jue Kn lisas State Agricultural college 2arcft the bluom nt least part with time farmer for the following two miHuiis First some few fannum do ilH ratrty take eggs to market which twy art not bociuisi they ivartMi the merchant Is compelled ink them or lose their trndtt sec nwl by fur the greatest reason f tuvautc f iKUormiro on ilio part of ifo fttVHMT us to huts to sell says n writer lit tin Philadelphia N Indeed n Imd practice to trade 7 at tho vlUi e than Some itwnbantp oven offer 2 cents n down iimrw tor egg sold fnr trait than tlwy do ttinse sold for oash The price f Is repeal to moot the defl Jiwv tat tin profit from the eggs ftmniT makes almost nothing by As thoO menhunts take the eggs as they come it Is an lm ontlve for some an ot1 1f SAYS a It In J i 4 tt tOW tech that dtola tel f to t It it 1 G t tiro nottftttlm J t jr4l H t F vet s r i 1 I x tY j tt g t Itt cord a l tier e t e goods i hit c i1 TflP XCST1N OrKtUTIO- Xfarawrs JLO leaks an extra effort to xftpfify the inurclmnts with nil tlujfcjui sut and uJl the weeds or u rueuplacle l 11 shrewd buslnntt move but ii ls not There ls nothing counts strongly in n mans success us ropu wtloiv and the farmer whom ft conildenco Is placed for market nothing but prime stock If tlc man 5 that to sure to win out During hot weatlier eggs stele very ftolvfcly Therefore It Is advisable to r Ut several times a day In fact Is enforced the entire year djyjn summer to avoid their being i by lent t i The life of o fresh egg Is generally computed at throe days Therefore to gutirnntee freshness they should bo trading eggs According to size and filor endeavoring to have unlfdnulty lu ueh is a good business supplied before marketing the farmer will candle his eggs he will trot only feel dbuhty of their condition but he canftifely guarnutec them Au egg tester can b purchased at any poaltrr I SJS liMit tott etc j ancient to l Sath IbC tr r PUl MUIJHti wh II th Iloo vII JfJ1 Pnf I prices ml ht upon great tliat rule two or three times a llJlDcut retail trade Is lu lit r r thus1 i- ri r eIlart tire breed tow ttr up their sometitut v rather rr egg f ui thcclean fresh eggs are iVI rifest he hcpt In a clean natltnidrkct d god e lt uf Oft dttKr t 9g ifia- G li c starY better fie lint i ring t r winterst S iini ketet week r 1 r c hate especially when a w c1 r c surer y IM I pAPOH HEADY Eon HABKXT house for about STi cents This iMll tlr eyed an ordlpary house lamp iPh this tester Jn n dark room the togs be easily cundleu Vi ribsolutdy fresh erg when held lift before the egg candle should b cr clear and only the film outline of irjet yolK he visible There should be 110 ufr 11 visible Any other than ugt absolutely fresh At the ri cell becomes larger as time egg grows older caused by time evnpora i4dir tf the water content of the egg n dJJi Is noticed It is ender a vJ t 3 ternopl2g perm A red blood jtfytr caused bf i dnad germ Whiter strikK In aie Q that It Is Thus cggrf mftj be graded v oiudllng Into fr ali stale cracked iiMtl rotten clauses of letting the hens run RTouud itnywiipftf In the wends and Any egg the farmer should pro TWJ projiqr acsts for them The trap is an excellent idea and wJcu Ien gets used to this kind ale itllV have no other This would improve t ju quixllry of the eggs u the no to siieak would nlwagrc be discovered early Anwther source of profit which too many people Ignore Is the pro luring of capons for this market Geld lug a Dime chicken always Improve lilt HcPh for thE table nail if is well to t u c n vpnce kugwn OS the i r 4 Jot I lad rb 6 II t t l care bet put br 1Kf11S ril u i a I r 5 tin I i e t 7 can ih5 i x e a Burnt ta i t r hinge td dour t it a Rf a show r Lfe l A 4 r b Their ief tl T I I t s 4 4 farmt tS 3t r itt utzcil fowls In a pea l y u fr fattening S The SUry ef Tabby Frick and Fluffytall For the Childreni Tabby Frisk TompIUna row liar grown thin with worry And when about her tasks roes She a always tn n hurry And ft must be confessed Her temper Is not of the bent Sass Pluffytalt of Mou la street in over cay and hearty Lilts quite she al e i She realty la the 1f and soul Of pucay party Look on this picture then en that And which is the wl er cat The Camel f S uth America Till llama Is the camel of South Atuttrliu UK must useful beast of bur Icu titled to live in the mountains However ituttwd of in the desert It Is hand onu r that a camel although it the samt Hhaped and cal tensed places on its breast and fore knees It is about as big as H donkey and looks something like u dngleggcd anti long necked sheep The llama ha been the beast of bur den in Peru and Chile for hundreds and hundreds of years It was in Peru the Spanish conquerors first got It U exceedingly useful meat is good to eat its wool ts god td JKCnr spit It is so io tnrry weght ef ii to 250 pounds and can march thirty miles a day for live days In Its gall Is so steady that its load need be only lightly fnstcqed About 300000 Mantas art In constant use for carrying silver bars from the Ieruviaa mines t the sraeltlag works and taking back provUlou A train of these animals marching o e behind other in time greatest order lowing a leader adorned frltk a palter H bell und a little flag on his is a pretty sight ID this way the llamas Mi by ft couple of Indians will march aleuj the snowy summits of motmtalas or along the edge of preclplcM where mot even a mule could go What an Animal The editor once heart A civil eng veer say that Rita profusion to to animal bMtict for two impor taut principles First k bea vers method rt uUdbw lie dam It not bay l ttratcht across the stream but with an arch afalnst the Current instinct telling it that the dam will better stile goods and impact of floating ice It Is true that generally build A dam straight perhaps to save Material but the arched darn is gradually coming Into use A case in fe the Great Rear ralley dam in California which is built on the bearers plea and the engineer said that dams of that kind would be sure to prove pore in the long ran Chicago News A Brave Turkey Mether While a turkey iu a Michigan farm yard was leading around her Itttle flock in search of food the air above was darkened by a hungry hawk to swoop down oa the yoas turkeys Tho mother turkey was p la arms In stantly and tried to drive oil hawk but finding henwlf weakening she drove the little onei under a eloping board where the hawk could sot reach them readily Then aped away and in a few returned with a flock of ablebodled adult turkeys and the whole party trade a combined at tack on barnyard pirate and beat him off The the little ones came forth from thek hiding place slid there ras a chorna of gobbles and whistles of triumph lrd Fly A GaMe This Is a simple game E cV player places n finger OB the conductor of game eay Birds fly Pigeons iy or any other winged creatures fly j If bo names nay creature without sings such as Pigs fly any player thongbtl ly raised his finger that player must pay A forfeit M be must also do if fa omits U his anger when a wlaffftd creature to named I C R n4rnmf What day in to told to go ahead March 4th Why are people like Dutch cheeses Rectos you cant make them here hear What luttev of the alphabet to u ei la a Tlw last Why ii tiau like uimtirdtaf e be to iiitA it hue whIm t rI trout tluee ion hc cUM does its tin the en ln I about she JIIiIl ute I table- I wlllch he must raise the the and t the skoe J i Jt f I frf v I every try net k there c tu Z n Jbn li the fog decorated Tau t indebted the pout economical the fire very whenever raise year deaf z r y- y1 tr A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED Women Blinded by Science Doctor vrrltoa his proscription In Latin mid tho to what ho la swallowing Sho takes that much on faith If euro her sho doosiit know what cured her If tho proscription Injure her doosnt know physician Is experimenting with Conotimod his meul clno 1 successful In tho cnso but often not This mystery cf a concealed pro Is to and to blind tho at Ono physician of wldo experience and r doca In tho public nor ho grasp nt the si r that Jus tri u Mrh Is n cw out T JIUnill iii H MUIT When tho womanly system 13 deranged beyond tho It r good choorfnlnrss and rest wen tin lulanco of health Is seriously disturbed doctor believes has at your tho balance of for good In our American fonjf nro which correct and euro thoso distressing ailments which cause women to with baring Jowa pains pain in tho back or tho nervous ness and lassltiitlo Mit all women who love Nature HUo wander through tho wood kayo ot ono time or picked the boautlful blossom of the only beautiful useful plant roo of this when properly with glycerin to extract us In all cases of nervous excitability or Irritability Prof other authority Prof F Ellingwood M D says this plant organs Another which Is fro found In our American forests 13 Ilclonlas or Unicorn root Tho AMFIU CAlf DispKXBATonr of influence In an of tho system with weakness or dull In or small of tho back region In dis eases of tho womanly organs It is ono of eur most as a uterine tonic and gradually removing abnormal samo Umo it imparts tono and vigor to tho It is In drains nod periods Prof King further says of it Is tho irritability and despondency that these to tho mentioned It has been found especially adapted to those cases in and tho aching tha bodj tutu of Buffalo N Y says that a com roots when extracted the use of glycerine of proper strength which Is almost invariably euro thoso peculiar maladies to women That is why 13r nearly years ago to i ij t6rw r i v i which ho had Sound so la his practice Dr and his readyprepared medicine called Dr ho tells just what Is contained in it Is not as It servos only a for womens weaknesses and maladies tho en dorsement of leading medical practi which Pavorlto Proscription is All this will be readers full satisfaction by a booklet of extracts Dr Picrco from standard authorities of the several schools of practice and which will be to any on request for same to Dr B V N Y It stands alone Dr Pierces Favor to weakness and affec usingAtt Proscription of Dr Pierce for tho use women is to bo found in the fact that it contains not a drop ot 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