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Ictc, and the most invitino field in Keri-- i gtucky for investment of capital and pluck. BSlSlsfaiM- i is rich in coal, iron, timber, Muhlenberg County potter's clay. VOL. XIU. NO. 5. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH Hi, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE -- Jv k ' " r y-- v " Itji vv bald and gray, no longer by ambition Forty rounds too Much. To be really fat is to be unfortun-nate- , fired, the grand old writers make I do not care how great not only on account of the me tired. his fame, I care not for a poets physical discomfort the condition brings with it, but also because the game, unless he makes his meaning tut arc not, and cannot be, either clear: if I must dig for half u year well or long-iivcFurthermore, to find what he is driving at, I'll There in spite of these facts, fat jiersons throw his volume at thecal. is no sense in writing dope that get little sympathy from their fellows, who arc apt to class them roughly makes the reader dig and grop. as either laxy or gluttonous; and un- The writer who is truly great is he happily they arc often, although not who dishes up his freight of burning thoughts in words so plain that always, both. any man with half a brain gets wise There is good evidence that fat persons themselves arc not at ail to what he has to say, and reads pleased with their fate, for antifat and puts his book away. The skillremedies fill the advertisement sheets ful craftsman turns his hand to with their ofler of things to take, or writing things men mulct st: nd. to wear, or to rub on, and one must suppose that here, as elsewhere, supply and demand go together. Itcanotbetoo definitely understood that "quack" medicines which claim to reduce fat rapidly arc dangerous things, and can do their work only by robbing the patient of health and strength faster than they rob him of his fat. is the sufferer Equally who evolves a method of treatment for himself, and without an iota ot real knowledge of his own constution or its needs; starts in to starve or burge or exercise himself into a It conditton of is true that by this method a few pounds may be lost, but as there is no scientific principle underlying the treatment, the patient either finds the routine too hard and abanHENRY WATTEF.SON dons it, in which case the lost pounds rapidly come back with Editor. many more or as in the case of quack remedies health and strength go with the flesh. WE CAN FURNISH VOU Medical men are fully aware of the drawbacks and dangers of obesity. They know, as one of them has significantly stated, that "a fat AND THE person lives on the brink of a volcano," and the only safe course for the overcorpulent individual is to mace himself for treatmu. in hands or a good pnysiciau, who t JUUUI1HL will make it his business to study fault or faults the constitutioaal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR which cause the fat before he outlines the treatment. This treatment will al'nost certainly be dietetic, because almost Wy can also give liberal all people who grow very stout in combination rate with Daily middle life arc sufferers of gout, or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. and gout cannot be defeated except Com Write Courier-Journby strict regulation of eating and But the kind of diet pany, Louisville Ky., for free drinking. will difier with different persons, sample copy of edition you and must positively be laid out by a desire, but be sure to send medical man, and not by a layman. your subscription order to this Exercise is of next importance paper NOT to the Courier- after diet, and must also be under Journal. scientific control. It is natural for the fat to be disinclined to exercise, Take your beef, hides to J. E. and daugcrous for them ho undertake too much or in too violent a Coombs & Co. and get the cash. form. d. ffinark s Stan Nrfas DRn Ja W. BARLOW, D B N T I B T. Crown mid Work done :U rcn&onablc Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper' We carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture in lrlcta. oaicc upstnlrH, in the Junes Uulliltn. Ortonvlllc, Ky. Muhlenberg. 1, SLtpTON, If we do not have what you want, we IltyHlclnn unci tiiRcon. will get it for you. Wc have factory conlb street uonr Mulnstrcet. nections with makers of the fiuoet cooda Ofllcc in the country, and through "Our Special $A0E II. GRAY. Order Department" can supply any excludW HOWARD. sive articles at loss prices than city stores & or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Office in Green Building, opposite faMcadc Hotel. Wallpaper is now a staple artlclo of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices DRS7hELTSLEY & HELTSLEY 5 cents and up per roll. J. Malti-crot- HOWARD flRAY, LAWYERS. 1 7W'? - - taigraliiiuj OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 03SEASES for iilfSHS MiD G OLDS LL THROAT and LUNG . . . Mr PREVENTS Why is tlie only one in this part of Kentucky, and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which vc furnish on all iSTOur Engraving Machine Office at Home, East Maincross Street. Tclcpliouc IN o . "7 H . AN CONSUMPTION outfits without extra cost. Undertaking and Embalming Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper HKTWEBX Louisville and - Chicago - "Two year3 ago a eevere cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and after using one bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tenn. m The Courier Journ liBST MNB TOlined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. and t lid Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantVast ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, 1 Two trains daily Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at French Lick and West bailcii Springs. once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and L'KION ST ATI ok j of highest grade. LOUIS VI LLB.( We have a Funeral Car in service, subDBARUOItN STAIUON, ject to call anywhere. CHICAGO. TeleE3F"Tvo Private phones, Store 72; Residence io3. Dinintf and Parlor 6ars. Residence 150 yards from store. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. Prompt service any hour day or night. California Northwest mgamwBimBsasb. sold and guaranteed by PRICE 50c AND SI.OO All Druggists. GIFT 41 J. H. MAYES Painter and Interior : A H0MES 1 Long-Distan- Decorator. o The J. L. MARK ESTATE. ORILiH E. H. N. YV. BACON, D, I?. A., -- L. ROARK. Manager. Cor. 1th and Mnrl&t Sis. LOUIS'iM.TJ, KY. THE RECORD WEEKLY THE SATISFACTION " coyp, LIT, Jr I ,L,J ? .niA rJxTf j I ' I I It is a very senoy for one medicine wrong one given . TOY Mr US J aa: 1 r?0 jiavo&the, 1 Eorathlskil A Little Good Paint in ";rr kW j s OB . JfHEDJFORL j . -- m $1.15 al When your buildings need paining, every day's delay costs you money. Tlic sun, rain, snow and (rost are retting in their tvoiIc. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for wont of a little paint. It costs less to use good paint than to go without it. We use nothing but good paint on our m, V j ji vsa f I $ ' ? " TJL jjPj is one c j ill I I f xLJLIrJ -- i I vgT The reputation of tt- olc relis- - Eg B K ble medicini, for cont-i- itlon, in- - Oj sfim- H digestion and liver trout-'S established. It does ;v 'mitats H otbcr mcdicinec. It is bcucr than tj othcrs, or it would not be the fa- vo"tc l'vcr powder, vith a larger W If 9 sale than all othcrs combined. I I work. O ART BR Strictly Pure BSTYICTROU XVS., 208 WHITE LEAD Pure Linaecrl Oil, Puro Turpentine and the most expecsivj colors The ccalcs Kind of paic. we va. never cracks or only year; of wear will renovc it. Let us figure with you when ready to paj: cuafLntec in well cleaned and pressed clothes that doesn't end the they arc put on. It's a frst time tlaily and hourly pleasure that one AT FACTORY GLOBE BUGGIES AND Isn't it experiences constantly. PRICES HARNESS We a rcasoaabk. and durable Don't pct it o4r. job-pr- ices worth something to have your gar- Lrncnts cared for by people who are interested in your appearance, and who know how to do the work prop-crlBring us your work or we will call for and deliver it. Telephone No. 25 3. pENTEEL TAILORING CO. FORD UROS. . I'ROUS. Telephone No. 254.. 500, S150 The Victrola adds to the refinement &i .any 'hme, because it plays the very best music of the yorW, and because its artistic lines give it a natural place jn .the decorations of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, y.qu must use good judgment or your record library will be immense. We want to help you select them, and sincg we know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. Others $75, VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE -j- -j j THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. No. 270 Wc shin at' vehicles Direct from our Fcrton C. O. V. to Consumer mtjcct to examination mu. approvalon 301I j. . f cc trial. It is of the greatest importance to the Globe Uub!r & Harness Co. every one who t!c..l.s with us a pt atctl and J. JI Ji BeiajDtalcTS. gyjff we can do L. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Physicians Lack Knowledge. W. COTTI3. Monon Route Announces New Schedule . of Fares One Way and Round Trip. ESTATE ROARK V .3 By GEORGE We may provide all the restriction we wish, we may provide hospitals and enact laws, but wo are making bricks without straw unless wc prorlde for fundamental, early diagnosis. I am not afraid to say that 75 per cent of the practicing physicians in New York today are unable to diagnose incipient tuberculosis, that a majority of them do not correctly diagnose even quite advanced cases and that some do not make n proper diagnosis even after death. So it will be a step in advance if we can procure expert physicians to examine patients in each county without expense. And if we can hare early diagnosis by these expert physicians, these expert diagnosticians, the smaller counties of the state will be greatly benefited, for they are sadly in need of such assistance. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way, instead of ?S as formerly, and $12 round trip, good 30 days returning, instead of $16. Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains from Louisville operates Compart Pullmans, ment and Drawing-rooas 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 I. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Save your home by having your do n(oitio(eG(its((oo9 your This will home town. make you a better home 3 2 market and enhance the value of your property. U " NocfTmt UspatcU to maLr (Ircenville Merc. Bldjr. 24 eaciiMupnieuti-u- i ti exceiUt 1 value luqur. !y .i :n material, arl vie i vehicle that it will he a LatKrti! Advert jtrmeni briupf iib many orders in return. If vi j and t you, by selling you 011 honestly ir.a!c bujcy o. 1 9 at n pnee less ne Al.tlillcir.r.n s l'rollt. you vi'.i a Oi.t rccomtneud cur pixmIs Deal at home as much o Guarantee isnloIutflv to ji,i:r toiurer !trircif ns rocd o is it would he to a dealer. If tlotHltiare not as rep J as possible. Builc! tip You resented your money is returned to you. Satisfied Cuslnnu-r. belter for job than agents cr commission meithactsTS Keicrenee: aaj Dias in ixnisinx. nc imaisa w ' Ke ,cr P1" Woolliaslrec lo oor saipr' II. SABEL & SONS ir LoaisTtlle, gf. -- am o W'c manufacture honest Vehicles nnd llnrnrs.v inveoiir eutonirrs miMie , 1171 (irdern iironipt'j. i rite lor our i roe llujUy r.ml liarnoiw l r.ta.ovue. 3L0BE BUGGY & HARNESS COM PAN r 0WENSB0R0. HE.VTUCKV 1KO 11(1 . (lIOlttlS00400l9(tOII(0 Typewriter ribbons, all machines, ZZ0PQE KALB.ILL. KAtnAS Cirf, MO. at Roark's Get potted plants an .from Miss Lena I "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. "I was unconscious for three days, and after that I would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. "I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I concluded to try Cardui. Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do all my housework." cut flowers Arnold. Hear varied lections en the sc Vic ma Hues repaired. Baikley Bros, this work in best manner. Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. !rtlhl.n. fl'"'"- - H PHOTO ?v When I wa? young I wasted time in sweating o'er the prose and rhyme of grand old bards and sages, men world famed as masters of the pen. When these masters thought they hid it 'ncath a ton of rot, and one must dig and claw and rake, to find the meaning of each break The high brows told me I must scratch that verbal garden patch if If I would store my youthful mind with thought germs, brilliant and And all that work was refined. thrown awa ; and now that I am Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the lime to begin the cultivation. Following arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt delivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillies, 10c each, 3 for 25; Paj er White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c do.; Roman Hyacinths, chine supplies. Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, You are invited to inspect tin ioc each, $1.00 dos; Tulips, mixed, moat compJere kitchen cabinet 01 the market. Koark. 20c doz. Tyou . . Up r. tor talking ViOJ nA M A Amor I can Photography chines at .Roark's 0 Ilcacoo St.. Ko.ioa. y.i. best The w rlri' music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, HE3 bands, orchestras, :nsf unit utal soWhite Sewing Machines, in los, quartettes. Victors range in AND ViURtK. KoJ6'feaS II rotary and vibrator; needles, price from Sto to 3ioo. Yictrolas I shuttles, etc. in stock for all 1 to $250. Larjje Horary of re j w,th $75 machines. ROARK'S STORE. cords and all kinds of talking ma M mm m j - CARlj The , Woman's Tonic ii JtYXJP m Dr Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out. Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are still in moderately good health, iust to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top condition. In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will gradually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the instead of the down and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a bottle at your druggists today. up-gra- de & S1.C0. Trial CoiUc Frc 8w 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. VOLDS SOn I GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY 9 Miss Lena Arnold asks the patronage of the public, Aand guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleauin, pressing ii i iin and repairing shop. MOVER Sg mi Pnces,at Roark's. IE RECORD. ht Secretary. OniEN L. llOAtlK, ,V SKETCH An Independent Newspaper. ronLiHiicn thuuhuath Ovens Nice, 1AKT AND By AMY M. POWDERLY JiSICNT uorsaistix IN TIIWI4K l'AKTS RECORD PRESS, ProslUcnt. PAItT I. lMONKCK DAYS. 1UKTII. WAIt PAYS. PAKT III. l'OWDICKI.Y A MI VI NO TOWN. Okikx L. Koakk, Editor. Long-Olstan- village changed also, there were a PART 111. The real birthday of Powderly was "goodly" number of grown up boys OKi' In uo annex March 17th., 1S87, when a baud of and girls but their form of amuse AFTERNOONS instead of PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. 50 men commenced the opening of a mcnt was the play-partcoal mine near the railroad two miles the dance. Such games as Chase TERMS. north of Greenville. This enterprise the Buffalo, Susie in the Ring, Dan The subscription price of I ho paper Is payable in advance, ami when the lime haa expired was a novel one; each man put in Tucker, Laugh and go Foot, The to which It Ih paid, the paper will be Mopped. Girl I Left Behind Me, Eight in the Oarda of thanks, obituary notices, etc., If not $25, those who did not posses that longer than ten Hues, will W published free. A in money, qave the sum in Center, Snap, Scat and many others Tllli rnu oharse of he. per line will ltc made for succeed-IN- much lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. work. The site was at that time were played until early bedtime, Kree wimple coplcn will be mailed. NOTlCli. Advertisement will be Inserted. A rate card known as the Irwin farm, and was then the gallant swain escorted his will bo furnished on request. lady fair to her home. Usually some 1). LongmaVe nil re- purchased for $650. John AddrotH all cominunlcntloiis and Gkkknvillk, Ky., March 3, i 1. UECOKD I'KKSS, mittance payable to est was the first president of the other member of her family was CJreenvllle, Ky. Muhlenberg County Union A. S. coal company, and the following present too. Though shut out as of 15. will be held in Greenville in ! THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1911. are some of the stockholders: Geo. it were from the outside world, and Thursday and Friday, April Miller, Francis, Theodore, and Mal-ch- i the contaminating influence of city I must again insist upon ev 191 1. Entered at the Greenville, ICy.,poRtofllcc as Withers, Robert Whinnic, Wil- life those girls were very different to ery local union in the county to send second-clasmatter. liam Shrum, Al Shrum, Dick Mcr-cc- those of today. It would be hard a full delegation both days as this Oliver Perry Hill, John Tcn-nan- t, indeed to find better women, mor- promises to be one of the most imSiNCR platinum has become more William Summers, James Rob- ally, mentally, and physically, than portant meetings in the history of a we expect to 1h costly than gold, may sec it more generally used for watch erts, Jack Spargo and Lewis Hunter. those who have spent the formative our organization. In fact, it will .chains, rings and similar baubles, The village was named in honor of period of their lives within the shel decide the future destiny of the A. BklGiilEfi, BETTER, not to mention the filling in the T. V. Powderly, who was before the ter of rural homes far from the S. of 15. in Muhlenberg county, both BIGGER THAN EVER teeth of actresses who are not averse public at that time as a leader in the "maddening glare." as a business enterprise and a friend Many the time love's sweet story tried and true in the hour of peril great labor question. to the 'advertising? The rcgulc.r price of THE TIMES is Neat cottages were built by the has been told in Powderly but the and time of need to the farmers. 55.00 a year. If you will send your Caknegik laments that so many miners who brought their families weddings which followed were priAfter material thought and due conordei to uj, you can get wives of rich men are unhappy. there to live, though nearly all of vate affairs usually occunng at the sideration of the plans recommend girl will ask them came from different localities, bride's home or that of some near Hereafter the bright ed and adopted at the January meet-- j her impatient lover as he proposes they soon became acquainted, and by minister, except in one instance, ing as I sec it, it fails in every inAND tiik if he is indeed poor enough to make all lived in harmony. There were when the ceremony that gladdened stance to have my approval, as it her happy. very few " young folks" if any in the two hearts was solemnized at the wholly ignores Kquity. It makes no LOUISVILLE TIMES with provisions to take care of the orsettlement, and the social conditions church, which was A Pound Too Much. BOTH ONE YEAR were very limited, now and then a witnesses. The "chivarcc" which ganization, and virtually makes a In a former article we spoke of dance would be given at some of was sure to follow the wedding pool impossible, therefore, we shall the dafigers that lie in wait for the the homes; it was conducted in a however private, was a public an not attempt to comply with its deWith few exceptions mand in getting out a pool contract The Louisville Times is the and especially the quiet, orderly fashion, and served nounccmcnt. overcorpulent, Best Afternoon Paper or quack to bring the people together, for the wedded ones lived happily to before our meeting in April. Owing danger of Printed Anywhere The advice of a reput- there was little to break the monot- gether, divorces were almost un to plans having been adopted that I treatment. Has the best corps of correspondents. able physician is as much needed in ony of their lives. The dance-- be- known, tor "with secret course consider are not in accord with the Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. this condition as in one of acute ill- came less frequent, the parents were which no loud storms annoy, flows principles and teachings of the A. Covers general news field completely. in bringing up the smooth current of domestic joy." S. of 15. ness. The reason for this is that deeply interested i shall on the first day of Has the best and fullest market rechildren in the their As nearly all of the Presbyterian our meeting tender my resignation the treatment is largely dietetic, and ports. must be based on individual needs, best way they knew how. A neat church members had moved away, as chairman and managci. If the Democratic in politics, but fair to but it does not follow that the victim school house on a nearby hill was the church was left uncared for and general membership want a wild cat everybody. of overcoming flesh is powerless to soon finished and in 1S90 many of unused save by the birds, which in and reckless business, or no busiSEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION do anvthini for his own relief. On the children from the mining village great numbers, built their nests in ness at all, conducted, I must frankly the contrary, his.destiney lies large- attended their first school. As " first the cupola and by the children who say that I "m not the man you arc RIGHT AWAY mpressions are most lasting," it frequently passed through the ever looking fo Nchairman, but should ly on his own hands. like must be said of that first teacher, open door, to play. with, To begin to this paper not to The Louisville t Kquity should be you decidt. Times. most bad physical tendencies, can- Miss Bettie Pace, that she was a Avith specific terms Occasionally, some of the older the plan, j not be attacked too early. If a de- true one, for many ot the pupils girls would stop there from their that the g d membership shall termined fight is begun on the from that school, today occupy evening walk and in the dim light rule, then l be pleased to be life, an& prominent pom ""first extra pound"" that appears;-be-yu- n r IT"you,hav-ujsimple songs1 they viceand JJomtiiahd," sing 7inuimi"ruC "TEy that 1 can fill, from an,1 and' kept up, the engagement early if not all, are honest, noble, knew. After a few years the church anTV heard the Victor will pe comparatively easy. But and trustworthy men and women. talking machines, was bought by the Christian denom- humble ly member on up to tnc A Sunday school was organized it must be remembered that the first call at Roark's. If ination, to which it still belongs. highest rank and I shall ever be attack of fat is a very insidious thing. at the school house, which was well Several ice cream suppers were giv- found doing my duly, no matter you have heard them, call again and It seems quite safe to wait a little ttended. How eagerly the little en to help secure funds to repair the where, ain, let mcjnsist on every often; they never grow tiresome. before stopping candy and pastry folks waited for Sunday to come, building. member dping his duty, lie sure Large library of records and all and sweets. Your friends tell you when they would go withtheir father A Baptist church was organized that you pay your dues and maintain kinds of talking machine supplies. it is verv "becoming." You hear and mother, too, sometimes, to the in the organization in the county, 1909 and work on the commodiround you the pleasant words," com- school house on the hill and there ous new building is being rushed. whether we have a pool or no in What Are You Going learn the old, old story.' fortable," "plump," The ladies of the Baptist church 191 1, as we are sure to need in the Plans were soon made to build a and a bland and fatal case envelops have organized an "aid society" future as bad as we have in the past. To Do This Year you, till one day you catch sight of church; the good women of the and are doing splendid work. Last, but not least,'! will say, let yourself in a glass, and lo! you are place solicited funds, they were as every loyal, true equity member at by way of making your business sucThis sketch would not be com sisted from every direction, almost. fat! tend the county union April 6 7, lay cessful and your domestic life full of plete without some allusion to that Then you wish in vain that you Many of the miners thinking it was trivial matters and contentions, pleasure, if you are not supplied with man whose ennobling influence is aside had started to fight when there were to be a union church, gave large get on a platform of true equity prin telephone service of the Cumberland still felt in Powderly, Frank Long, only a few pounds arrayed against sums of money to aid in the cause, ciples, coupled with brotherly love, Telephone & Telegraph Company? who came there from Butler county vou. instead of fortv. But it is but when the church was finished, in one another's welfare, Everyone should have a telephone. j jn 1898 and built up a school equal and interest never too late to mend-o- r to unmend. a large, well constructed building, and in the good year, 1911, you will Vou are connected with all outside to if not better than any in the If really and truly fat, make a bee it was dedicated as a Presbyterian see our beloved order flourish, and important points in local connections county. He organiced a brass band line for your doctor. Implore of church. This was a great disap grow like a green bay tree planted with all residences and business housfor the young men, he was a leader him a diet list and an exercise sheet, pointment to many; however they es. Yor any information call manof waters. in church work, in fact, any worthy beside the river and live by them. If, on the other made the best of it, and with a reg ager, J First, last, and all the time, cause received his earnest support. hand, you are wisely taking things ular preaching day, and Sunday yoms true for Equity, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. He kindled the fires of enthusiasm shall remain at the start, a little determination school every Sunday, the village in the minds of his pupils and led and the farming interest ot our Jimurnorated. started on hei upward trend. and restraint may serve you. them on to see the possibilities of a country iq general. The men worked longhand late at Cut off ruthlessly your candy, J. V. Dqss, Chm. greater future. To such a mind, cakes, pies, puddings and sweets, the mines, yet some of them were such a will as his, nothing seemed Do not touch a crumb never too tired at night to delve eenerallv. llcst work, prompt service: give impossible, but his physical being between meals, and learn to take deeply into the histories of ancient your laundry to loe Morgan, who was not strong enough to hold for your tea and coflee--i- f you must take times or read for hours and hours will appreciats your patronage. master-piece- s I long the prisoned soul which strug of literature. them-with- out sugar. Sugar in bev the it any. wonder that in such homes as gled for the holy and pure in this crages is only a habit, anyway. life, and on Sunday, September 13, As you cut down your diet you these sturdy, manly boys, and studi ous, modest girls grew to noble man 100?. that soul returned to Him who must add to your exercise. Most gave it. In the death ot this man people credit theraselves.with taking hood and womanhood. In almost every hamlet or locality Powderly lost the one who had done cxerciee whether they do or not. of few years' standing, there is some more for her elevation and upbuild They hear so much about it that ing than any other. they are convinced that they must characteristic peculiar to that par The mines at Powderly today ticular people. In this instance it be doing it. In many cases it is seems that a certain peaceful, dream produce more coal than ever be d movements about mere the house, deliberate strolling out like repose, hovered over the village, fore. A new opening has been made, BOAR, A Registered That must be changed like that so ably described by Irving in which modern methods and up doors. Move briskly, walk fast, breathe in Rip Van Winkle, the people lived tO'date machinery are used, many In service at i.oo, due when The largest line of the best baby deeply it yon would reduce your the quiet simple life, the only true new houses have been built, yet with its population of some 500 service is rendered. J. l. Coomi'n life. carriages in town are on display at flesh. Follow up the daily bath With the purchase of Powderly by there is but one store except that Greenville, Ivy. Roaik's, with vigorously rubbing with a rough towel, take a course of exercises the Greenville Coal Co. there began owned by the coal company. There before dressing, and then all day a change. Nearly all of tbeforrner is not a milliner's shop or doctor's long treat yourself as the policeman stockholders .sold their tiojpes as office in the village. The free school the order to well as their interest in the mines, is only in session six months, and treats the tramp-witand moved away, some to other then without any music teacher. "move on." states, while .a. few remained near However the eaBy accessibility of City help to their native haunts. The vacant Greenville Needles for till sewing machines at homes were soon filled with people fill these deficiencies. The village Roark's. from different places. A row of ten still retains to some extent Its form ocall sorts now at "box" houses, known as "Oklahoma er peaceful simplicity, though Hot drinks of casionally slight quarrels have Row", was built north of Powderly Hale's fountain. and one death was caused proper to accommodate the negroes sweeper wi There on summer evenings the soft from an explosion in the mines. A JJisscll carpel last longer than 40 corn brooms dreamy- music of guitar or banjo Except for these things and the gosBuildings covered over twenty ycara ago crc B3 good as new costing from 12 to S15; the sweep could' be heard while "the curly sip which is sometimes afloat, there Hand- Stormprocf and have never needed repairs. Fireproof ers cost 3 to $5.75. See them at headed pickaninnies played around is but little of importance to break 5 seme Inexpensive For further detailed information apply to dopr" and the older the monotony or harmony of the cabin Roark's. 2 ad ha.e other advantages features ex children eneaced m scone gd the l;'es of those living in that village than the money-savin- g G. DKItft & CO. Greenville, Ky. villaee creen. The social life of the sheltered by the hills. Such is the Telephone, No. 72. rear of tti ground rtoor. am y life story, past and present, of Powderly. In conclusion let me tuld. Many people seem to have the erroneous idea that the miners arc a scuiibarbarous people. Fur from it 11 deed, many of them cam more than Sico per month and have all the neces sities of life and many of its luxuries. It is not so much what particular woik n man docs, as the life l.e leads, that counts, and just as rue, just as loyal hearts beat 'ncath the coal dusted clothes in the darkened recesses of the earth's bosom as those which throb 'neaih iummculat? vests and swell dress suits on its surface. - I LOIJISWLLE JUDTOW fWdW ARMORY, MARCH 15-16-17-18. 1911 ftLl IHSTS FEWEST PERTAINING T0 MOTORING. DCQj?ATQNS MOSTELABORATE - IMPERAL BAND 25?. EVENINGS SO 0ieb MUHLENBERG COUNTY 6-- i ClUiSYLtif3 SAVINGS ANK s PO r Greenville, Ky. I Appreciating your past patronI age we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. I THE RECOIL J well-fille- d III OR SI NATIONAL BANK j IFor Only &4.S ; GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W.. A, Wickliffe, W. G, Duncan, C, E Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Purycar, G M, Martin, Jno, T. Reynolds, Jr. s : The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. fast-growi- flesh-makin- BOYD & MARKS Merchant T&dlois., Greenville, Kentucky A dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home', by tailors. We save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT We also do cleaning and pressing. you buy from us. Our club rate is 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial is all we ask. Telephone No. 16-- "well-covered- W. D. BLACKWtLL & BRO. - General insurance We represent ttie Home ance (o. of a tint writes Kinds of all tar N. Y firm and A city property. - Lucky Chief FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- farce-langui- -: BONDS WANT INSURANCE. POLAND-CHIN- G1YE US A CALL WHEN YOU BLACKWELL BRO'S GREENVILLE, KY. h and-Centr- A BLUE ROSE-5- vr The Greatest Rase Novelty 0? the Century Send for Dcscrlpilon and Price List tgj The New Rese (YWct ilae) Hailed by the Rose Grencrs as the Forerunner of the Com- flower Blue Rose. Ycry yIw- ojs and hardy. Free IImmIbJ OreciiliouHoti JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. the-littl- e plained. r- k Subscribe r Tie Record Only 5Sc. it - I. C. President Finds Brother in lucky. Ken- - Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Mrs. John Coombs Dies. v4 X': Charles Markham, the new president of the I. C. railroad, has established his brotherhood to John who has Markham, a bricklayer been living at Hopkinsvillc for some years. Soon after the new president of the 1. C. took charge of affairs, he made a tour of the entire system, practically, but failed to Through the touch Hopkinsvillc. press notices the Hopkinsvillc man followed the tour, and fiom many personal pointers that were given of the high official, he concluded that Thtt Only Baking Powder Made from Royal he must be the same family, and a Grape Cream of Tartar. long lost brother. So much impressed was he with the tact that he wrote a letter to Chicago, telling of his hopes, and telephone communNothing ication was established. definite was established, as neither knew the voice of the other, but Chemists' tests have shown thai a part ol the alum from some incidents were exchanged that blscalt made with an alum bakinrr powder passes Into made the deepest impression on the stomach, and that digestion Is retarded thereby. both. For some time the public lies your baking Read tko tabot and maka suro that not been advised as to what was ocpowder is not made from alum curring, but last Friday a welldress- ed stranger appeared in Hopkins villc and begun to make inquiries I. C. R. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. IRELAND'S SONG OF HOPE about John Markham, and was soon in conference with him. Next day By F. H. Dc Quinccy the aged bricklayer left town, and would tell no one his destination. N OUT II BOUND. Karly this week stories appeared NO. 11.25;vm IS3 Louisville Express telling of the meeting of the men in 102 Cincinnati ExjreHs 1.54 pm 101 Louisville Llmltcit Memphis, where the I. C. president 4.08 am 130 Central City nceom 7.15 im had gone in his private car. It was SOUTH UOUM). KO. soon established that the men were 135 Pailucah nnil Cairo necom 5.15 am 121 Knlton Accommoilatlou brothers, and the bricklayer left for AND of the warrior hearts. 101 New Orleans Special 3.40 pm J I .CO am 103 N. O. Spec. (Louisville pannr. only) - Land of the souls of fire, Chicago in the private car of his W. a. Cnxwronn. Apt une5, 1310. Thy sad face pale brother. There were few witnesses To the dawn unveil, to the meeting, and it is reported From silence bonds unchain thy lyre. that tears were plentiful when the Above thee slavery's dark cloud parts, brothers fell into each othets arms. And tyrant foes, abashed, retire! Baking Powder Absolutely Pm& Safeguards the food against alum AND of the strong and brave, Land of the tried and true, Thy spreading plains Good morning! Started your gar'Neath the mild spring rains den yet? Again arc shining, fresh and new. Andsinging tides thy fair shores lave. Wcarin' o' the green will be in Thy hopes shall soon be ripened too! Give us your job work. The work of the church as carried on through the Young Men's Christian Association was the subject for consideration last Sunday and proved to be a very interesting meeting. Secretary Anderson spoke of the relation of the association to the church and gave some examples of the religious work of the association, and gave some interesting figures as to the men and boys won into the Christian life and placed in the church. Rev. O. A. IJarbec spoke of the work from a minister's view point. He spoke very highly of the work of the association in its efforts developto produce the ment of manhood, the physical, son cial, mental and spiritual. Mr. spoke of the work of the Boy Scout movement with especial emphasis on their three fold oath.taken when they become scouts. On next Sunday the subject of "The Agony in Gcthscmane" will We be presented at the meeting. nearing the close m the study of are the life of Christ, and it is hoped all men and boys will avail themselves of the opportunity to hear these last few important events in His earthly life discussed, livery man and boy is invited. Three o'clock is the hour. On Friday night the Kaglcs defeated the Buzzards 17 to 5 in basket ball, which puts the Kaglcs in a very close range of the Owls. The Owls and Kaglcs each have three more games to play and the Buzzards have but two more to clcsc the contest. Watch for some exciting games. The Kaglcs and Owls play Friday night at 8 30. Secretary Anderson and R. B. Shaver are in Danville, attending the annual state convention of the Gil-ma- Mrs. John Coombs, in her 75th. year, uiccl at her nonic at 3.15 o'clock yesterday morning, after a lingering illness of many months, a sufferer from a complication of ail ments. For many weeks she has been in most serious condition, and has suffered greatly. There were few better known women in the city than Mrs. Coombs, and she was universally liked. Funeral services will be held at the home today at 2 o'clock, and interment will follow in Kvcrgrccn cemetery. She is survived by a husband and one son, Mr. J. K. Coombs, and in their loss they have the sympathy of relatives and friends. House and Land for Kent. BOTH LYING DOWN AND SITTING UP will find reading equally comfortable if you have electric lights. Thoy excel all others in power as they do in convenience. You can have them wherever you please without ripping up your whole house to place the fixtures. Why not arrange with us for electric lights from now on. The only regret j'ou'll have is that you had not called on us before. The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, several acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Apply to Oricn L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Greenville Light & Water Co. (t.Ntonro HATED) Oiliee Honrs: 7.30 to 8 a. 11 1 111. I'hone No. 251. 4 to 12 a. m. to 1.30 p. tn. to 5 p. m. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Early Cases of Consumption. By ALBERT H. GARVIN. Tuberculosis occurs. unfortunately, nt the time of life when most people have assumed their The prolife responsibilities. gressive case lu whom there Is neither a personal fault nor n fault In the environment that can be discovered, who becomes accidentally overwhelmingly infected, represents a loss of life that Is due only to Infection by the bacillus mid a loss which need not have occurred If it is really possible to cause this germ We Uhow disease to disappear. that we can alter this situation according to our knowledge of the disease and its nature, und we can correspondingly promise n hopeful outlook provided we can obtain the patient in the early stages of Ills infection. Itemove any personal bins that objects to the acceptance of the necessary' discipline called the MiiM!e life and remove resnousi- Patient Is ufi tbnl Me to cop wiiii, anil he will usually get well. THE THEATRICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Ml telephone filled. Taylor & orders promptly Poole, druggists. Y. M. C. A. Revival Meeting order tomorrow. Give Joe Morgan your laundry. Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Get out something green. FREE shall thy pure veins flow. dormant pulses leap. The scalding tear Shall disappear r. Workmen will in a few days com plete the repairs ou the Chatham building, and Mr. L. Hummel will have the house filled with new merchandise ready for the spring trade. at M. E. Church. f daftThe .1 j... ... wrong which low Plunged thy fair brow in sorrow's deep! hydra-headed Rev. G. W. Hummel continues to thrill the hearts of the people with his strong appeals for righteousness. He preaches the plain old gospel and resorts to no sensational methods. Already there have 1?ni about Have Barklcy Bros, repair your sixteen professions of ff;thUi Christ flues, and prevent a fire loss. and we arc trusting tor greater SOCIETY'S WHIRL A play for your wives, sisters and sweethearts s ELEGANT GOWNS PRETTY GIRLS Another Howard Success Not How Cheap, But How Good. Seats Now Selling You have read the book see the play, March showers have ' already brought some of April's flowers. Jarge line of collapsible gocarts t$Rt?arks, Prices "rightr- - Roark was in South Mr. Cecil Carrollton on a short visit this week. IS. brooks and bounding streams war no more shall dye; The call to arms. The strife's alarms. The flame sheets, shrouding earthen' skp Shall burst no more upon thy dreams, But gentle slumbers seal thine eye. THY '" XX"XXXMX,X"X,-X"X,X"- X " ONE NIGHT ONLY AMINE and plague no more Upon thy loved shall feed; The vampire maws were Judge W. H. Yost and wife Of bloody laws here from Madisonville several days Shall choke of their insatiate greed. this week. And o'er thy rock encircled shore The seraph Peace all blessings (ead. "Uneedit," a new drink, at TayTHE gyves upon thy feet, hnnri.' Ihnnn armind thti lor & Poole's drug store., Their cankering grasp Shall soon unclasp, Mrs. J. W. Lam and Mrs. Chas. And through the wide earth's every part W. Roark are in Louisville a few Resounding notes of triumph sweet days with friends. Shall tell the joy that free thou art! Death of Mrs. Catherine Luckett. 0 l3 Some one in your home prefers vocaf music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d xi 10-inc- 111 one MW Record. 12-inc- h, Mr. Martin Morgan, of Murphys-boio- , For professional Nurses, call Ills., was here a few days Nurses Registry, long distance during the week, attending to some phone No. 611, Kvansville, lnd. Good service, calls promptly anbusiness matters. swered. Refer to Evansville hos ni2 3t "Los In Society's Whirl," at the pitals and physicians. opera house Friday, March 17. Millinery openings .will soon be Drags were placed on the streets ripe. the latter part of the week, and the Public highways have wonderfully results were surprisingly pleasing, improved in the past few days, and making a fine surface, and cleaning travel is again being done on schedoff the mud. ule time. -- air- Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. ROARK The Farmer and Automobiles- Mrs. Catherine Luckett, aged 71 years, died at ner nome at iuzernc at 5 o'clock luesilay atternoont a protracted illness from ail For ments incident to her age. some weeks she had been very low, with no hope of her recovery, but she bore her suffering with great fortitude. Surviving are five children, who have the sympathy of all. Interment in Kvergreen cemetery here at 3 o'clock yesterday after noon, and was largely attended. Fri. March No. 1350. UEPOUT OF CONDITION OF THE Martin-Sel- IT WeMiig. l things. The "children's choir'' is groat. Come hear them sing and have a part in saving the lost. No time sot for closing. Services at 2.30 and 7 p. m. Rev. G. 1. Dillon was in Central City Sunday, occupying the pulpit morning and evening at Methodist church, as the pastor, Rev Hummell, is engaged here in a revival service. Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. Mr. W. A. Wickliffe and family are occupying their new home, enjoying the beauties and comforts of this modern residence, one of the most elegant and elaborate in the county Telephone that grocery want to Our customers have been get Manufacturers of automobiles as Joe Morgan and get the best goods ting 18 lbs. of Standard Granu at lwest prices. lated Sugar for a dollar for the sert that the farmer and the resident of the smaller cities will be the larglast six months. How much est purchasers of motor cars from Burial of M. F. Watkins Sunday I have you been getting? Why not buy your goods from firm that will give you the worth of your money all the time. We do not have fits; we do legitimate business all the time. C. M. Howard. now on. 3 s The sale of household goods con ducted by Mr. G. E. Countzler last enclosed. Saturday afternoon at his home Mrs. Claud Jiaker entertained drew a very large crowd, and the items generally brought satisfactory number of her friends last Saturday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower, prices. in honor of Miss V&nnie Summers For pure drugs, etc., call on Martin, and there were many of the Taylor & Poole, druggists. friends of the bride elect in attendance, bringing many pretty and use James Nelson Price, four months ful articles in remembrances. old, died at the home of his parents at PowjJerly last Thursday, from a Mr. Andrew Harper, 22 years old, complication of troubles, and was died of consumption at Powdcrly buried at the Eaves' graveyard last last rnday, and interment was Friday made Saturday in the Haves grave yard. About a year ago Harper There will be some visitors from had his arm accidently hot off by here to the Auto Show at Louisville, a colored boy, and has never been which opened yesterday and will vigorous since. For some weeks he continue till Saturday. The dis had been in serious condition, and play will be greater by far this year his death had been feared. See Coombs & Co. btfore you than before, and $350,000 worth of The RecoiA) 50 per year. cars will be on view. sell your beef hides. 027 1 Work on the new residence of Miss Lena Arnold is being rushed along, and the building will soon be Attention has heretofore been paid chiefly to the big cities, but with the development of the in dustry and the increase in interest on the part of the communities away from the big centers, chief place is now being given to them. The farmer has learned that he can use the auto to advantage and that, like the telephone and rural free delivery, it makes life on the farm worth living. The professional man, contractor and suburban dweller have all discovered that the automobile enables them to have more lime for business and home, and arc therefore using it in greater number. The vaiied uses of the motor car will be displayed to advantage at the Louisville Automobile Show, which will be held at the First RegInteriment Armory March est in the show is general, and the attendance is expected to set a new record. Gasoline and electric passenger and freight carrying cars will be shown, and- - everybody will be able to find the automobile exactly suited to his requirements. Afternoon. m In the presence of relatives and a small number of friends, some from at Greenville, in the State of Kentucky, out of town, Miss Vannie Summers at the close of business March 7, 1011. Martin was married at 9 o'clock last ItESOUUCKS. night to Mr. David Morton Roll, the SHKi,760.40 ceremony being performed by Rev. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and uns. l.OiW.'.l.'t U. S. Honds to secure eire'tn. 30,000.0(1 G. V. Dillon at the home of Mrs. 300.00 Minnie Martin, mother of the bride. Premiums on U. S. Honds 73,01'-)- . 10 Itonds, securities, etc. ftcr a visit of some length to var house, fur. and nxt. 11,147.10 HankingDue from State- and Trivate ious points of interest in the south, Hunks & Hankers, Trust (1,842.04 they will return here and reside in Co.'s and Saviucs Hanks Due from approved res. nuts. G0,00.V.2 their home on Cherry street. The f27.tS Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Hanks 7,l00.00 bride is one of the most beautiful of Fractional paper currency, our young women, popular and at 1S2.15 nickels, and cents Money Reserve in Hank, viz: tractive. Mr. Roll is deputy sheriff, Lawful a 11 1? 1.L1 17,0U2.00 and has made many friends here, u parties wno are :inuepi v Spouler notes l.soo.oo 10,402.00 C personally and officially, and is a ed to the firm of R, Martin Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (a per cent, cir8; (o. are earnestly request- - C popular young man. The couple 1,500.00 culation) has the very best wishes of friends ed to call and make full set- - L sioa.o: .40 all over the county. tlements as soon as pos- LIABILITIES. sible, as we are compelled r 30,000. (Ml to collect all outstanding L Capital stock paid in K.,000.00 Fara Laid Waited. Surplus fund debts in order to make set- - L Undivided protits, less expenses 3..102.70 and taxes paid tlement with the R. Martin Nat'l Hank notes outstandjr 30,000.00 1,855.011 L Due to other National Hanks estate. Due to State and Private FIRST NATIONAL BANK. NOTICE! t- Legal-tende- total. R. MARTIN & CO. I Hanks and Hankers 5,057. .VI On account of the delay in getting into communication with 'Mr. Ku gene Watkins, who lives in Arkansas, the burial of his father, Mr. M. F. Watkins, which was set for last Friday, was postponed until Sunday afternoon, and the place of burial was also changed, interment being made here instead of at Old Bethel. Rev. C. W. Hummell conducted the funeral service at the Methodist church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, interment following in Kver green cemetery. There were many friends and neighbors in attendance, as well as friends here in town. Due to approved res. ngls. 127,071.40 day all right yes Certified Cheeks terday; about the first we have had, Cashier's checks outstanding 330.45 A section of farm land, 20 to 60 but the wind, dust and coolness S40S,055,W Total acres, located convenient to city; made up for previous oversights. State of Kfntuokv, Countv f MuUlenbws, sh: ready for cultivation; improved or I, John T. Utti lUrt'K Jt", Pflshlcr of the hank, tin Mwenr thiit the above If you have pride in the succoss statement s Ivuesulemulvbest of my knowledge nnimproved; will pay reasonable the Jons T. liEYNW.ji!, Jr. Cashier cash price. Address N. O. 21, care of our county institutions it will do ami bellitf. H. T, Mantis, Directors, W. A. WicKLirrt:. you good to read the statement of The Record, Greenville, Ky. fi6 I li. J. lunvE.vii, condition of the First National Bank, Hnbserlueil anil fworn to before tnc thU 13th as found in our columns this week. duy of Maifh 1011. Notice to File Claims, CHATHAM, Notary It was alarch Time certificates of deposit Dividends unpaid Indl deposit sub, to cheek 105.232.20 nbove-mime- il 1 V J. T. Public. My coinmlHslou e.xnlres Kggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeGrafl and Tompkins strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. J. Landis, Greenville, Ky. Juu. II, 101 1. If you want more and better Mr. Jessie Wallace has been iu Gocarts anil balitriagcs at eggs, fat and healthy chickens, buy 100 lbs. mixed chicken feed. serious condition now for several Uoark's, at prices fruni2 to $15. days, and is growing weaker. Yes Sec the line. Price $2. C. M. Howard. Burr Grist Mill.' My new burr grist mill is in oper ationj call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also .ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn, jl 2S J. A. Shaver. See Miss Leua of all sorts. Yellow Danver Onion Sets five cents per quart. This is the best onion yet. C M. . Howard, - t- Arnold for bulbs j terday afternoon reports were still unfavorable, and his family and Call on Leslie Hale, next to First friends are much concerned. National Bank, for candies, books, f3 sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. Judge I'acc and wife were in Louis ville the latter part of the week, Fresh, smoked and salted meats where they took their daughter, of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's verna, for treatment tor the ear. market. o 20 and it the child is improving-nicely,- ' Try the new meat market at thf is hoped the trouble will be entirely depot. . removed. All persons having claims against the estate of lista Browning, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same pioperly proven to me in my office in Greenville, Ky., on or before March 20th, 1911, or be forf2 ever barred. This Feb. 23, 1911. W. II. Ukav, f Adm. of Estc Browning, deceased. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. hides. J. JL Coombs & Co. buy beef: Highest cash price.. 4- - Furniture, Wadlp&.per, Skade, Moldings, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.1, Slippers, Grswe Vaults. Disinfection. ROARK lillWSIS OF BRICK. Suggestion For Transforming Rear of Homes. THE LESSON OF ONE WOMAN How Yard In Oack of the House of Mrs. Dcnnison In Scranton. Pa., Is Utiliied During All the Seasons of " Cherry-Blossom- ." ? && &&& & U && & &&&&& 6? Tim JAPANBSH GIVE Q00D EXAMPLE. fwethod For Constructing a Road of This Material. GRADING IMPORTANT FACTOR Per Satisfactory Results tht Bed Must Be Entirely Fre From Depressions. Propsr and Economical Way of Laying the Brick. In an address before a rwent neering convention In milium on tlio coustmctton of brick highways W. 1. IMalr said: A brick hlgtiwny to bo satisfactory must be entirely free from uVirewlona, every part con. This result forming to the grade. must he anticipated In the preparation of the aand cushion, first spread at the estimated depth of two inches and these depressions avoided by the use of a hand roller weighing from J100 to 400 pounds, additional sand applied, atfain at Iwiat rolled and three Unto. At the last serecding It wilt le found that the uncuinpresacd iueh nand will urt be over In depth at any one point. It Is certain also th.it in Ironing out what few depressions remain anil completing the hrlt'k into the cushion but very little sand will be pushed into the interstices by the linnl rolling. The brick should be dropped In si might lines upon the sand cushion, with the best edge of the brick upperEconomy for the contractor most. would require tint the brick bo brought to and deposited within reach of the person who actually lays the brick In a way that will accommodate his method of dropping them in place, insuring the best edge uppermost. Hut previous to dropping the brick in the street attention must be given to the necessary provision for the expansion cushion i:oxt to the curb. The board should be prepared by leveling a John eight Inches in width, the thickness determiucd largely by the width of the street. Even in n narrow street the expansion cushion engi1 the Year. There Is a study in con I mats In buck yards, and It demonstrates what may be accomplished by the expenditure of some effort and a little skill In Anybody with a hack floriculture. yard, no matter how hllputlan In stxe or how steep, may have a pretty little tlower or vegetable garden. In many large towns and cities there has long been a successful movement for the beautifying of that traditional eyesore, the back yard, where most people appear to think all kinds of rubbish ami debris should be piled up and displayed In a conspleuuus manner. Flowers and vegetables in the back yards keep the young folks nud the older ones, too out of mischief, and a housewife who has to care for a few plants has not much time for gossiping and conferring with gossipy neighbors over the rear fence. Aside from having this highly beneficial effect a yard full or nice things Is most It takes people back to the soil anil, gives thorn something more to think about than the ordinary workaday matters of prosaic life. As a rule, those Interested In land culture not only take their work seriously, but tlnd In It one of the greatest plensurcs of life. During an Investigation of towns and cities for the betterment of back yards one that was a pleasure to the eye and a credit to the city of Scranton, Pa., was the rear yard of Mrs. l E. Dcnnison. There Is quite a plot of ground In the rear of her house which was a sight to make the spirit rise up and rebel when she first saw It. There were old tin cans nud boots, and weeds sprouted In much :on fusion. Hut she soon changed all Shis. ft b n proverb of Cherry Blossom Land thai a licalUiy stomach is tho Good nature is basis of rdl strength. also recognized as of great importance. Tho Japancso as a people aro remarkable for tlieir licalth, endurance, patience and skill. Tho clicrry tree is tho most highly prized of all in Japan. It not only ives forth a lenutiful blor-soibut the wild cherry trco furnishes a Iwrk which is most highly prised in medicine. Tho rxrrrr ri S"A?:t; l;i. r ..: a vor.v, (PWKU3 Vtrrrinionr). Our Name & lias been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. & SL ur Aim A & -- Purchasing some seed, she fell to, and In a very short time that unsightly back yard blossomed like the proverNow she has ever bial roso gardeu. so many kinds of plants. She has made it a practice In the morning before attending to her household duties JUx Like held ot hoe and spade and to on mcdiciiics, eays cf II. 3 propertk3 cf thi3 Mack Clicrrybark : "Uniting with ft ionic power of calming irri;.'.tion ar.d dimintehir." ncvvwi.fi excitability. Adapted to tho treatment cf !i:cajn in whioh tiicio u debility rf the rtom-ac- h or cf tho ryrtcn.." Another Ki::r.'a Amkiucaii )u tensa-tou- y cay.-"it fives torn ar.d strength Umj cv.tciu, u.cfr.l in fever, cough, t r.nd found excellent i.i concumption." This ingr?dicnt is only one of sevcrcl very important, naliw, medicinal rooti in Dr. I'iercc'e Cloklcn Medical Discovery. This in a remedy which has enjoyed tho public approval for nearly forty vcars, nothing new or untried about it, has cured tlrousanda of people of thoEO chronic, weakening diseases wliicli are accompnnicd b, a cough, ouch na bronchitis and incipient consumption. Moro than that, by reason of the other infrctlienb7, JMoodroot, JIandrake, Clolden Seal, and Queen's root, all of tho medicinal virtues of which aro scientifically extracted and combined in Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures of dyspepsia and stomach dicordcra havo been accomplished. Nearly forty years ao, Th Ficrco discovered that chemically pure glycerine of proper strength is a better tho active solvent and preservative-o- f medicinal principles residing in most cf our indigenous or nativo medicinal Aa its uso n plants than ia alcohol. entirely unobjectionable, while alcoltcl ia well known when tuxxl even in small portions, for a protracted period, to do lasting injury to tho human system, especially in tho caso of delicate women and children, he decided to U3e chemically pure glycerine instead of tho usually employed alcohol in Iho preparation cf lib medicines. Ho found that tho glycerine, besides being entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of greet value. Its nutritive properties, Dr. Tierco believes, far curpnos thoeo of cod liver oil, entitling it to favorable consideration in all cases of incipient consumption and other wasting diseases. Tt fa nn invisoraUns. tonic alterative. YESS r.nd ov.es to ;ablo gaKien. Jr. ncrco is 011:7 uic authority , vhich i r:i constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. m up Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. k ifi SL The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager & Sit FURNITURE Established 1879 Lon$ Distance EALERS D IREC Telephones: TORS m $)i JDf Store 72; Home 108 $j &i ti m $); &s Ms iS)j &j &i Si s i &t iHr x : : Mi Mi Ms ms ERLAND TELEPHONE 6S S (iXCORrORATRD) & TELEGRAPH GO, Livery Co. BARBOUR HEAD, Manager w Long: distance lines and telephones cT this company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi ar-.-d Louisiana. Wo con put you in quick and satisfactory corwnunlcation with the people of th i? great section of tho country. wo solicit your patronage. Ratos reason able. Equipments and facilities unsur- passed. 4 WES K. CALDVjFU., LCLftWD .HUME, T D. WEJI8, lid, mCTZlit-- gr.r- - c From Good Ttonils Magazine. Now York. wixii ncir.T umck hoadway. should not bp less than one inch, one Inches for n thirty foot aud Inches for street and one nnd one-haa width cxeoediug thirty feet This board should bo placeTd next to the curb, worked slightly into the sand cushion before the brick are laid nnd remain until the street Is finished In all other respects, after which it should hours bo romovod within twenty-fou- r following tho application of the cement filler. After the brick are dropped Into the stroot tho surface should be swept, precaution theretofore exercised that no brick go Into tho street which aro dirty, or. after In, that they- - ore not made so by use. as it in impossible for the cement filler to adhere to a dirty surfacing. After the sweeping thorough rolling must take place by the' use of a roller not weighing over live tons. The filler shall be composed of one part each of clean, sharp sand aud ivortlaud cemogt. The send should be dry. The mixture, not exceeding one-- , third bushel of the sand, together with a like amount of cement, shall ho placed In tlic box and mixed dry until the uvtm assumes an even and unbroken shade. Then water shall be added, farming n liquid mixture of the consistency of thin cream. From the time "the water is applied until the last drop is removed and floated Into the joints of ilia brick pavement tho mixture must be Uopt in constant motion. To avoid tho possibility of thickening at any point there should he a mnn with a sprinkling can. the head perforated with small hole3, sprlnklin the surface ahad of the sweepers. of to Within one-haan hour after this last cent is applied nud tho grout between the Joints lina fully subsided nud the initial set la taking plane the whole surface must be slightly sprinkled aud all surplus mixture left on the tops of the hricl itwepL into the joluts. After thfi joints aro thus filled flush with the top of the brick aud sufficient time for hardening has elapsed, so that tho eonting of sand wHJ pot ab sorb any moisture front Uo cement jftlxture. Inch of Baud shall be spread ever the whole surface, and to a In case tho wcrk I subje.-tai- i hot bummer sTm an occasional sprin kllug, suflklent ts dampeti the sci.d. fthonld ho followed tor two or three days. The l&st Mops un.ui wmVh depend bth-f the highest possibility street are the proper ro!!'rg rf tbs brick after tbay art Ln the f.t:est ami Oepres of ary : the Ironing fioms found to esitt. lf lf three-quarter- s oue-half A WF.LU A It HANGED BACK VAHD. From American City Magazine, Yorlt 1 Kcw work In her garden. The rest of tho family lend their assistance also. She has a procession of flowers. Before the snow leaves the ground In the Into winter the snowdrops appear In tho beds; then when March winds blow and bluster pretty crocuses peep out. followed by jonquils and bleeding hearts; then as summer rolls round her garden Is a mass of beautiful dowers and a variety of vegetables. Now. this little sermon Is preached to ruralltes not to tell them of the pretty yard of this Industrious woman, but only to demonstrate just what can be douo with that small space in the rear of their homes So let those that are not affected with hookworm and Interested In the Improvement of their towus band together to sec that the small piece ot ground hack of their houses I tilled and made beautiful nn! useful. huov..i how tc combine iho plants given us by Nature Th'n preparato euro our diseases. tion h of pleasant taste, agrees perrebellious and sensitive fectly stomachG, and 13 extremely effective in restoring tono ar.d vigor to the entire ryjtcm. It cures inflammatory troubles of tho ctomach aa well as indigcatior and dyspejwna ariring from weak rtomacli. One rcarcn why it rcatorc-thjki'Ic and emahealth of ciated people 13 lccaur.o it Orel, throw, out tho poisona from tho blood throng!-thliver and kidneys. It then begin: its reconstructive w rk i i building up flesh by lirct making good, rich, ret blood. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is mane m a largo laboratory, thoroughly equipped with every scientific appliance, at Buffalo, N. Y. Qualified chemistn aro in charge cf tho laboratory, with nearly a scoro of skilled physicians and surgeons employed to ecrutuuzc, determine and prescribe these remedies and other means of euro as seem beet suited to many thouoanda of cases of chronic diseases which come before them fcr treat ment each year. It costs you noth ing to writo to Dr. It. V. Pierce of this Institution, at Buffalo, N Y. and got an accurate medical opinion in your special case and wholly without charge. c run-dow- Nature's Gr.rclca. dencr who FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH A New Newspaper A New Newspaper, the GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES and given careful attention Day or Night Feed and hitch business solicited, wmm APRIL 1, SENTINEL" Telephone No. 182 Edited and published by R. O. Pace at Greenville, made its appearance 1Q10 HOI 301 SOME OF ITS FEATURES. Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with satisfaction at Roark's. In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring. And the goods are ready for immediate delivery. One great advantage is the ability to get more if- you find you need it, and if you have a roll or so over it is easy .to return it and get credit. - ,1MAJj jiMtO SfHHNi .111 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ot er Copyrights &c. v7TTS Helpful Hints For Playgrounds. Anyonofundln? a okclrh nnd deaerlrMni may r r opinion frco whether an quickly asccrt The universal impulse to play Is a HANDBOOK ttoiiftiitrictlycouiiiciiu.il. divinely ordered thing. If (Jod gives eont frea Oldest OKcncy fumecuniijrpntcnt.i. the Instinct mnn ought to provide the l'atents taken ttiniui:li Sluuu & Co. recelvo tptclal notice, irltliout clmrso. tu tba playground. Man plays only where ho Is a human being In the fullest sense of the Tjirpcst cirA handsomely Illustrated wceiily. culation (if any scientific journal. Terms. 13 a word, and he has reached full huyear; (our months. tl Soldbyal! ncwsdculcrs. manity only when he plays. New York WUNN&no.361Bfoad It would be dlflicult to find any point at which In our large cities a dollar will go further in the making of those things fur which the city exaud mainteists than lu nance of playgrounds. In these playgrounds nnd In their work lie the beginning of social redemption of the people in large titles. to lako Cardul, for your femalo They furnish the spectacle of a city troubles, because we are sure it saving Itself: of tho people of a great will help you. Remember that city finding naturu and God by findlug this great female remedy their neighbors and themselves. Here lies the function of the playground. It gives the Individual tho opportunity for mastery of his body tinder conditions of increasing difficulties lu Its varied physical activities. It also gives the opportunity for the S has brought relief to thousands of social experiences of democracy of o!her sick women, so why not to ref and group government. It Ii the von 7 For headache, backache, chool for physical and social self jieiiodicai paais, lemale week-liesdiscovery nud sif direction. rnany navo said t is "tho There Is nnotbrr point of view which maintains that no matter how best medicine to lake; Try ii i great the coat the value of the boy Sold in This City paved Is I nest I ma b!. Vyond It. Tide by that point of view h suggested Master cf practical life who kuew full tell the value of money, even No matter what type writer you use, its widow nitte.' Fe;r what shall It profit a cl:., if it sr in the whole worlfi ribbons for it, are iu stock at this nud lost; tba souh. of lu.. children ? . office. 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Satis faction guaranteed Just at this time wc have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three rooms the price in some cases being half. Price on every pattern is low. COME AND SEE, OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS, which will be sent on request. the use of a goodlaxativc, to keep Uie bowels open and prevent Uic poisons of (indigested food from gettlnlnto your system. The latest product of science h VFLVO Laxutive Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and ol a pleasant, arunatu tasle. VeKo acts on the liver, as well as on the tuvvste, aiiu ia oi me greatest possjDie etticacy in constipation, nfligest on, , uuiuuuivi ictciiaiiiiraa, uut,iMiuicutc, eic. lly Vf iEI Physicians Advise s, . Subscribe for 13!!, 1:1 Tite I L. ROARK Estate. cIhe 11 11 II S Record Only 50c . k Si ff II LIVER SYRUP r I II A l LAXATIVE