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It pays for itself. sure of returns. 4 I The investment is Get our rates. potter's clay.f gctc, and the most inviting field in Ken-- i ftucky lor investment of capital and pluck, GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 10 I Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, VOL. XIII. NO. (i. Money Wasted On Bad Roads. Pointed Paragraphs. A man of few words isn't cut out for a compositor. II. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DR. J. D W. BARLOW, T I ax t luminous object lesson as to the manner in which many countries are throwing away money on dirt roads is supplied by the Wickliffe Yeoman. That paper has been looking up the figures as to the amount expended on the roads in liullnrd county in the last eleven years. It finds that in that length of time approximately SinS.ooo has been paid out. Of that sum Si 2,000 has been expended for bridges, leaving a net expenditure on the dirt roads $186,000. Commenting on this rc markablc state of afiairs the Yeoman says: "Many jears ago we suggested graveling a lew miles each year, and while the idea met with the approval of some of our people, not a single official endorsed it, not an ounce of gravel has ever been put on a piece of road in the county that wc know of except the little piece in front of Charlie Wickliffe's farm, at his own expense. There is not a man in the county who is so ignorant as to dispute that every dollar of this $iS6,-00- 0 has been literally thrown away. Surely no man will claim that the roads arc better today than they were eleven years ago, for they arc not, and everybody knows it. "But what could have been done with this SiS6,ooo? Well, let us sec. With an abundance of gravel in almost every ditch, in every branch and creek in Ballard county, we are going to make the assertion that the money wasted, thrown away, burned up, would have built 100 miles of the best roads to be found in the United States. But the money is gone, the officials all have clear records, and will doubtless keep on asking that glorious privilege of spending, annually, on blue mud, the $18,000 so easily collected from the unsophisticated public. In the season when the farmer needs roads, he has mud holes, and in the season when he doesn't need them he has good roads, just the kind we would always have if there was never a dollar spent on them." Some of our officials in Kentucky counties who get cold feet every "time a proposition is made for per A 13 N M X. FOR Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Wc carry on our floors and in our ware-roothe largest variety of Furniture in prices. Crowtinnd Uriel no Work Jouc ;il reasonable Yocal teachers arc always ing about their work." Many a young man cams a living by working his father. Morality docs a lot of unnecessary parading in public. Some people grumble about everything, be it right or wrong. Consider the silent man and the reputation he has for being vise. A woman who speaks but one language usuully talks mough lor two. A girl's idea of a hero is a young man who asks her father for her hand. Luck seems to have a mania for calling on people who are not expecting it. Heaven won't seem worth while to some women unless there's an occasional bargain sale. Occasionally or oftcner people lead a man to believe that they admire him when in reality they are only trying to work him. howl- Otlloe up talr, In the Joiiks llfilldlnp. Greenville, Ky. COUGHS KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER FOR GOLDS Muhlenberg. SSLATON, 7. If we do not have what you want, wc I'liyHlclnci micJ Hurncon. will get it for you. We have factory conhtreet near MtUublrcet. 15 nections with makers of the finest goods Ofllce 3Iah-crin the country, and through "Our Special CAM HOWARD. WADE II. GRAY. Order Department" can supply any exclu sive articles at less prices than city stores & or mail order housc3. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s are always complete. Office in Grcrn Building, opposite liMeade Hotel. Wallpaper i3 now a staple article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices DRS. HELTSLEY & IIELTSLEY. 5 cents and up per roll. DR. J. FOR THROAT r"" I HOWARD GRAY, PR, KING'S AND I LUMPS LAWYERS. PHYSICIANS NEW DISCOVERY I OSTEOPATHIC E37Our Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Office at Home, East Main'crsss Street. Tclcpliono No. 7fc. FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA j Undertaking) Embalming. Monon Route 1 ETWEES Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, and Chicago Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Louisville Cloth Covered; and Copper 15 EST LINE TO lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. and the Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantVast ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Take your beef hides to J. E. Two trains dally Slippers, etc., in large variety. Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at French Lick and West Badeh Springs. once to calls for such services. Save your home by having your Our general equipment is complete and UNION STATION, flues repaired. Barkley Bros, do of highest grade. LOUISVILLE. this work in best manner. We have a Funeral Car in service, sub UEAIUJORN STATION, ject to call anywhere. CHICAGO. Tele3TTwo Private phones, Store 72; Residence 10S. Dinin? and Parlor Gars. Residence 150 yards from store. Palace Drawing Room $leepers. Prompt service any hour day or night. I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case incurable, but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind. Price 50c and $1,00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Trial Bottle Fm California Northwest All Druggists. J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator. jTGIr Long-Distan- Why The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. E. HBACON, D. I. A., Not ORIEN L. ROARK. Manager. N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Read Bulbs of all Kinds in Stock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time to begin the cultivation. Following are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt de livery cuaruiiUxfU C!.ue Sacred fur Paper juliesTWqc White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. enous ask for one medicine and hayc. the wrong one given you. reason w u..,e n 'fvlaf EojDo wfthi o ;e tpa gs. Ib-thi- si 1 The ; It i3 a very serious matted j . A Little Good Paint in ivTien Yourbutldmsi need rain tint?, every dav'a delay costs you money. The sun, rain, snow and frost ore setting in their work. Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a Utile paint. ffi&neat go well follotr?1heifinjpit ol :.e Ballard county editor and find out tc bihjKijptovreot woM ' SFiirfer- - what they are paying for bad roads. There are many counties in Kentucky where the same penny wise and pound foolish policy is being pursued. Isn't it high time we were dealing with the road question in a sensible and business way? Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU medicine, for ccnstipaiic- , indigestion and liver trouble is rm-l- y established. It does :v. i. tatc other medicines. It is b than others, or it would not be the favorite liver povder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 . ' The reputation of this o! ' rcllc-b- le It costs less to use good paint than to go with out it. We use nothing but good paint on our work. CARTER Strictly Pure I CYJCTROU XYJ., $200 ( I WHITE LEAD Puro Linseed Oil, Purs Turpentine and the most expensive colors The tcales kind of paint we use never cracks or only years of wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to paint. Others $75, $100, S150 "During the day wc say that the sun shines; during the night wc should say that the suns shine," writes a Boston correspondent of the New York Times. "During the day one sun reigns over us; during the night many suns sparkle and scintillate upon us. The only dif ferencc is that our sun of day is so much nearer than our suns of night; but there is one sun of night that during our winter far outshines the other sparkling sky gems. That sun is Sirius, whose distance has been estimated at 50,000,000,000,000 of miles, whose size has been conjee tured to be as vast as that of 7,000 suns like our own." THE RECORD AND THE REVOLVING.. STRONG, URABLE. CHEAP We and durable job guarantee a fint-cl- a prices reasonable. Don't put it off. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L OE KALB.ILL: .B Ca KANSAS CITY, MO. wait: ro Fence prices Telephone No, 254, The Victrola adds to the refinement of any home, because it plays the very best music of the world, and because its artistic lines give it a natural place in the decorations of the cultured home. The Victrola plays such a wide range of music, you must use good judgment or your record library will be immense. We want to help you select them, and since we know the merit of each Victor record we can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE-PERSON- AL SERVICE HERE i BOTH ONE YEAR FOR mm AND JiWlTRtriA-Ja- IMFCtlAXlCl $1.15 Wc can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. fnr IlipMlll ii - If )ou name 1). I WOOL HIDESandRJRS mjBDjskM. JfA nl M commission rierchinls. hrllrr fnr Ton I hn Reference: anj bank in LauisTille. We Jutnhh Wool Dags 1 tee la oaf shippers, wmeisr price list. WE BUY J. L. 111 rayon, Man. Co.! ESTATE ROARK THE ! . Gocarts and baby carriages at Roark's, at prices from $2 to $15. Sec the line. 5S5SW nrr)iio Pltnf osrranlir ljr lIHrH.Ht T. HeuAi(u!i.ti.ii-.iThtcbm, ' X we canto AM. lilt ' . ' Com pany, Louisville, Ky., for free What Are You Going sample copy of edition you To Do This Year desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this by way of making your business sucNOT to the Courier- cessful and your domestic life full of paper Courier-Journ- al Write sterol :! ; qt'.. Sample": PHOTO- - fl. SABEL & SONS uiSuSr LeoisTille, Ky. Deal at home as much as possible, Build up your I t'n . i AmflricanPhologriphy ou mention After The Grippe AT pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are connected with all outside jrpportant ppjnts irj local connections wjth all residences and business houses. J?or any infqpnation call man- Cimbertafld Telephone Journal. home town, This will make you a belter home market and enhance the value of your property. FACTORY PRiCES 5 GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Monon Route Announces New Schedule Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. NO. "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Carduj has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C. "Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me in bact shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten years, and. nothing seemed to cure it. 'At last, I began to take Cardui. I have taken only tlireQ bottles, but it has done me more good than all tho doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." of Fares One Way and Round Trip. Take 270 We ship nP vehicles Dirrct from our l'nplcrv C. U. 1). toCoiiMiiiirr Mibicxt to examination lul nnpmvnlou joila s tic? trinl. It is of the greatest importance to the filolx- - Uu&ly A: Unriios (n. to have every one wliodcuU wult ns a ikaetl nml SutiKticil Customer. Nocffmt issjwred to make each shipment siu h ctrcllrrt value in quality of iimierini, tvoricnianMiip, ittn.-- n at;i Myic ct Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. That it is never too late to work has been proved by Louis Carpenter, aged 102 ycais, who has applied to the Saskatoon land office for. a homestead. Mr. Carpenter is strong, vigorous and active and is anxious to procure a in addition. A . f - ' f y, i ; OWSNSSORO, KENTUCKY Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms, costing from $12 to $15; the sweep M ss Lena Arnold asks the patron-- ; ers cost jj3 to S5.75. ce them at age of the public, and Kuarantces Roarkfs, ami have o'thcr advantages You arc invited, to inspect the that satisfactory work will be done Give your job printinc orders to most complete kitchen cabinet on in her clothes cleaning, pressing than the money-sayin- g features ex pkinecj. The Record. the market. Roark.. and repairing $hop. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago nt $6 one way, instead of $8 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 CompartPullmans, 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 E. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Hear varied selections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instrumental soVictors range in los, quartettes. price from $10 to $100. Victrolas $75 to $250. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. J42 The Woman's Tonic appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it. Think of tiie thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale Try Cardui V 3uy drug store e:.cept in the Cardui bottle. Write to: Ladies' Advisory for Special Instructions, and Dept., Chatlanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooca Tena, book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. For the of any serious illness, like the Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the after-effec-ts vehicle that it will ben luiinrf Ailvortismi-ii- t and hrinpnsnmny outers in return. If ue please you, by cllitnyou an honestly iiimle buggy nrl at n price Ics the MUlrfkinnn's Pro lit, you will reconitnci.u our (tkkh t jour ticj(M"r. oi:r Oiiiimnlre isnttaotittclv as r 1 tofirctistiiti.crt tisit wonkl be to a dealer. IffnotlHnr? not ns rep- resell i e i vour money is returned to you. inn ni. o nn rtoh. Yoiuniitifnrturp honest Vehicle nml Harness. . till i filers oriimiiltv MVIMllir cllsliuuerw MKilw-vSVrit for our Tree liujiflv cnl f larncK Cln!ojiuo. SL0BE BUGGY Sk HARNESS COMPANY 'and C&J&E KILL the OOUCH w,th DrD the LlSGSf, King's New Discovsry I AND ALL THROAT AWn I IIMRTTMSini FC GUAR ATfTIJSP aAWSPAOOKVl WALLPAPER Special Wees, & M " 9S constitution and makeup ol our earth that supports and perpetuates its existence. Suppose that the earth had but one clement of matter ami Independent Newspaper. An substance, one mode of motion, oue T l'l'MUCl THIUIHMATS One of the greatest wonders of chemical clement and action, it existence is variety and dissimula could not exist. Variety is a neces OltlCN I.. ltOAKK, Owiei Kick, Secretary. tion, which extends from the largest sity for all that exists upon the earth. PreMeit. Of this world to the least atom. Species are necessary for the pci- Koakk, Editor. wonderful variety of things which pctualion of animal and vegitablc Okiux is presented to our .view, we take existence. Wc are inclined to be Telephone. No. 72. little notice. We do not seem lieve f lore. tcroun.) floor. but that variety has its origin in 0c in new anon rear to be conscious of the grand scen the atoms of existence and devel ery of the vaiicty exhibited and oped by chemical action. Wc shall YEAR. IN ADVANCE. 50 (BITS by which wc arc surrounded and not attempt to discuss the chemical with which wc daily come in con TBRMM. i .. i ,f iiio iuinr Ih lmvn tact and operate. Natural existence effects of variety when compounded nd wta.-- Hie Uhm hifs expired Wo ill and united. The imitation of chem to wUtoii lit puld, the imper win ie aiuppcu. is a mystery, but its variety is a .. .iVUlitfirv IlKllCOH. Otl.. If 110 ical elements exhibit wriety of will W ptiMlnhed free. A thin un liH. will bo tunde for sueeeo d greater mystery. Wherever we turn forces, colors aud effects contained prr line ohnrsv ef In JIhqs. N Tnriutloa of thin rule, to unyop5 our eves a vast scene of attractivo in them. Variety is the beauty and Fn MtMittie oopleii will he mulled. variety and contrast ot existence attractiveness of existence, people Ad wtHwinenU w IM Iw Inserted. A rate card will be fur Htafcen n retimwi. meet our view, a multiplicity o get used to variety and do not no and maUo all re Address all eoimn(nli-UwUKOoitl) TltltSS. to mttUHeiw iyWe forms, size, color and appearance. tice its wpndcrs, children are charm Ureenrllle. Ky. We lcok up and see it among ihc ed with its attractiveness, they 1.0 stars, those shining lamps hung out lice every variety and make inquir THURSDAY, A1AKCI1 23, 1911. in the distant regions of space, ies about it, it is to them a wonder. twinkling their silvery light in the The varictv of human art so wonder1 Kntcred at the Greenville, Ky.,postofflce as canopy of night. Astronomers look fully exhibited is imitation of naturmatter. ing thro their powerful telescopes al variety and a production of a behold a vast variety of worlds, variety of tastes and fancy of the Constitutional Diseases. suns and systems revolving with mind. Human fancy differs as do Then: arc certain disordcis which various movement and speed in the thoughts and modes of living. arc classed among the constitutional great expanse of 'ether. We may the is true that light, darkness, heat, diseases. The symptoms attending conclude that variety runs through It cold, soil and climate often effect these disorders are those of a dis the infinity of matter and substance. and produce variety, yet they are turbance of "metabolism." Wc find our earth to be a vast col but varieties. What would be the The word metabolism means lection and conglomeration of dis- consequence if all people were a "change." When a person's con cernablc variety, of material exis facsimile in mental and physical stitution is accussed of "faulty met tence, of fossils and fissures, of structure, in ideas, sentiment, dis abplism," it signifies that for some stratas and stones, of minerals and position and motive? Life would be reason or other, in many cases not metals, of chemical compounds, of a monotony. Hut wc have the strong to be discovered, the system is un- various gases and acids. Upon the and the weak, thi intelligent and the able" to nuke proper use of the food earth's surface wc find a divcrsifica simple, the courageous and the tim products which it is getting. tion of things, of oceans and seas, id, the industrious and the ini!oUnt, Cout and diabetes are two con akes and gulfs, rivers and rivlets, the financiers and the spendihritt, spicuous instances of wrong met mountains and plains, hills and val wc have the progressive and the re abolisiu, and although much has leys. Wc find abounding in all the trogrcssive, all these van Mies give been learned of the result in these water reservoirs vast assemblage of to life an equipoise of existence two diseases, little so far, is known a variety of living, moving existence necessary fcr its perpetuation. Upon the earth's surface exists a of the reason that cause them. koNio. variety of zones, climate and temp It has been found that a diabetic variety suflerer cannot do anything with the erature, coming up from a NOTICE. his system. It of soil ten thousand different scenes sugar he takes into Wc see a variety will not metabolize, that is to say, meet our view. Grke.nviixk, Ky., March 3, 'u. fields, in fruits it refuses to go through the chemical in the forests and Muhlenberg County Union A. and foliage, change ne jeesary to render it a food and flowers, in verdure of E. will be held in Greenville tn that clothes the plain and cluster Physicians Ho one knows why. Thursday and Friday, April scene of only recognise the fact as such, and upon the mountain, a vast I must again insist upon ev191 1. forms, shapes and colors meet our omit eugar from the diet. ery local union in the county to send The clouds that flit over our view. Gout is perhaps the most notori a full delegation both days as this mingling variety, disorders, in homes present a s, of the nutritional promises to be one of the most im moving and chancini forms, the fcilfjir-certaipoisonsr&plleob jjMhe portant. meetings, in&ft tyPP)' of nn,l 11 oooeoeeoeoooeoo VARIETY Pr , Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the best o RECORD PRESS, I. Long-Distan- m hvo. ik-n- -i 1 all medicines for tlic cure rf riiscascr, disorders and '.vealuiasCMi pooulinr to women. It is the only prejmratioH of its kind dovisud by n ragularly ?,rndu-nte- d in physician nn experienced tind skilled spcv tho diictucs of women. It is a eofo mcilioino in nny condition t'l rysttro. THE ONE REMEDY which contains no nlcobnl g drutgs mail which and no injurious creates no craving for such othmilanU. THE ONE REMEDY co good that Us ironcro nro not afrnid to print ii crery ingredient on and nitscl to tho each outside truthfulacsu of tho nanto under oath. It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, nnd eny dealer who hasn't it can ct it. Don't take n substitute c unknown compiwition for this medicine of known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "jut as good as Dr. Pierce's" is cither mistaken or is trying to deceive yon for bis own selfish benefit. Such n man is not to bo - :.' trittinH ullli vniir mnrt nrjrelM!! onDHCSsion VOUf bculth fniCo.l may be your life itself. See that yen f t fwt you ash fw. habit-forminbuttle-wrapper 1 MUHLENBERG COUNTY AVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky Appreciating your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier, ( $ THE fl RST NATIONAL BANK secoml-olaB- I .SO They're Fireproof Stormproof Suitable REENV1LIE, KENTUGKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W. G. Duncan, G E Martin, R. T. Martin, E. J. Puryear, C. M. Martin, Jno. T, Reynolds, Jr. ' ' ' The standing and responsibility of the men Inexpensive for all kinds cf builcSis3 further detailed information apply to They last a lifetime. I'cr who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management, d. M. DEXTER & (0. Greenville, Ky. AIR WATER VERMIN BURQLAR BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors Greenville, Kentucky saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, ilors. We save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT 1 buy from us. We also do cleaning and pressing. )ur club rate is 75c. per month. Wc guarantee all A trial work satisfactory or money refunded. is all wc ask. Telephone No. 16 2. r PROOr 55 RflEfESS II' iw.J.An-iuoo- i' a ri tjUrtCfg luslus nisoI:ito A liiimnii Khuul, vermin, iMirrowln 111 on rotc( tionvi vactt auaiiisttlio nil tuc. ruv for- - 60,000 I D0DIES Mulilalcd Annually on 111a uc i'tiiiioui 111 ovtry uuriui. jiuuo i ra g I The BAKER VAULT carried in stock by $ 6-- Dissecting i Tables. The J. l L. ROARK 01 s m ine i.me ESTATE, Greenville. ntiu 1 iirml CloocJi BUCKWfll --. 'l-t- c- snQAY: I thit BHD. cSdnomy. lhis poison is oucn acid, but no one knows called uric why one can eat and form no uric acid, while another seems to form it The :n spite of all precautions. rich arc gouty from too much food and alcohol, but the poor man may develop gout from food poor in quality and insufficient in quantity. ihe disease in so far as it is a disorder of nutrition an inability of the cells to exercise a right chemical action on the material given them to act on. The mischief in these cases arc twofold in its action. If the body cannot metabolize or change the food into the substances it needs, that food remains as so much uuused material to clog or poison, and we sscc the consequences in diseases of the joints, indigestion, irregularity of the heart action, neuralgia, skin troubles, and a host of other symp forms, shapes, colors, habjls, distried and true in the hour of peril positions and movement, running and time of need to the farmers. from the chipmunk to the huge feesn (Vfter material thought and due con 2? Among the fowls wc mammoth. sideration of the plans recommend sec exhibited a wonderful yariety ed and adopted at the January meet of size, form, color and plumage, ing as I see it, it fails in every in of habit, movement and disposition, stance to have my approval, as it running from the humming bird that wholly ignores Ecftiity. It makes no sucks the flowers to the mythical provisions to take care of the or roc. The variety of insects arc inganization, and virtually makes a numerable, running down the in pool impossible, therefore, wc shall visible and with a microscope they not attempt to comply with its de can be disccrnablc beyond the na mand in getting out a pool contract &i.CO.Louisvi!le.K)t Arrfur tural vision of the eye. In the hu before our meeting in April. Owing MAM UFACT URING ENGRAVERS family there is exhibited a won man to plans having been adopted that I Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consisfent with Quality. derful variety, no two persons are a consider are not in accord with the facsimile, differing in size, form, principles and teachings of the A. color, features, habits, disposition, S. of E. 1 shall on the first day of intellect and genius, of different our meeting tender my resignation rcSFIJJ J ideas, thoughts, sentiments, lang If the as chairman and managei. While there uagc and articulation. general membership want a wild cat exists a vaiiety of species, there is and reckless business, or no busi loins. a yarief.y among species, and in the Another nutritional disorder is makeup of species, tftpre also exists ness at all, conducted, I must frankly you are rickets. This attacks very young a sameness in part of that makeup. say that I am not the man looking for as chairman, but should children, and so profoundly hinders We consider that variety is a ncces should be metabolism that it affects the growth sary part and an equilibrium of the you decide that liqulty just at the elements of existence, and that the plan, and with specific terms of the bony structure BOAR, A Registered shall lime the bones arc actively growing, without a variety nature could not that the general membership No. 796GJ. rule, then I shall be pleased to be and causes in the long bones deform exist, for it is by the variety of the at Si. 00, due when in BMOiTER, BEITfR, ities which must be carried through forces contained in the elements of at your service and command, any capacity that I can fill, from an service is rendertd. J. E. Coomps, life. That it is a nutritional disorder natural existence that is active and on up to the BIGGER THAR EVES Greenville, Ky. is proved by the fact that a change progressive, and wc believe that the humble lay member be made to bring about variety of matter and motion is the highest rank and I shall ever be of diet must The regular price of THE TIMES is a cure. The rickety child is being power and life of existence. Sup found doing my duty, no matter seflcj your f.oo a y'par. Jf you where. Again, let me Insist on every AT FACTORY PRICES denied some Bubjstarice which the pose that all the worlds, suns and order to 'us, you cau get Be sure GLOBE R'dGSfCS AN HARNESS system calls for to form bones with, systems were the same size, density, member doing his duty. that you pay your dues and mountain nd it will suffer till it gets it. movement, motion and attractive the organization in the county, influence, what would be the result. AND T1IK whether we have a pool or no in promptly All telephone orders Suppose that all matter, substance Taylor & Poole, druggists. and objects were the same in natur 191 1, as we are sure to ueed in the filled. ISVILLE TIMES future as bad as wc have in the past. al tendency and effect, what would BOTH ONE YEAR Farm Land Wanted. Last, but not least, I will say, let hp he result. Now as to the origin equity member at of variety and contrast of natural every loyal, true tend the county union April 6 7, lay existence is a prol)e;n hard to de The Louisville Times is the and contentions, WO. 270 TWCMN-OHtermine. The theory of evolution, aside trivial matters Best Afternoon Paper of true equity prin We chip at' vehicle Direct irom our tortary founded by Lamarck and advocated get on a plutform Printed Anywhere C O. D. loCoiiHUiPrr mbject to csam:n.itKn atifl coupled with brotherly love, by Darwin, Jluxley, Spencer, and ciplcs, itauortaHcc to the (;'oln- Um'jiy & Harness Cn. to lias the best corps of correspondents. in one another's welfare, Iiavc every one v tiod aU ;ih un a .no. ci i others, teach thaf. mupl) of the vari and interest Covers the Kentucky field pwfectly. in the good year, 1911, you will eich tiilHi "l ' u h extll'til .ili.- in ;r.i''ty f ' ety of animals and plants jsefiepted and n hi ii i. ntyteual, wnKirmi-j:;-,- !, Covers gpnerel nev3 field completely. ,dv-t;ir.cm thnt il They ijee our Ijelovetl older ilourUh nnd mmtt krliinnir.MIl . ( r, ' I ,tetrs t if ne I Ic .'! C A scition of farm land, jo to Go by the process of evolution. Has the best and fullest market planted vow, jv rcli:u: V'i'i an tioiirsw mnt:e lAispy uii grow like a green by tree Iffcflyfe lost lie VMKtnavV rrofittJ0" vriil acres, located convenient to city; trace the animal existence to a jelly rjyer qf watery. in the sea, but the animal and veg beside the lfUU n'goo Iriurc ttuwict ariiit'1" ready for cultivation; improved or pentocrjitc in politic, but fair to First, last, and ail the tipie, I yU would Ik- to a center.r iifiKM'iiArc ; not oa ryp- - everybody. urovj iu i.u. w raapNtc nnimproved; will pay reasonable itable variety is not all that exists '"'or moiir i , , , , shall remain youis true for Equity, UwMrVft. cash price. Address NVO. 21, care in the makeup of natural existence SEP YOUR SUBSCRIPTION of uud ihu fanning intenmt of our VrTle Tub Kuord, GieenvUlc, Ky. f jG It may be that cerlaiu species ir out l " Bu.it"1 (Iiisw.IVi.iV.kc. country hi jjetteial. ill ay have disap animal existence RIGHT AWAY tinuWliO, 11 WHY J. F. Doso, Chin bcit work, prompt service: give pearcd and become extinct and sub to this paper not to Tho Louisville Variety ex ydur laundry to joe Morgan, who slituted by others, but Times. Roark'a furniture polish is some- Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron isted io the former as weU as the will appreciate vuir patronage. of the public, and guriantees what better thoci the rest, and is sold latter; so we have ic that variety age satisfactory work v.iil ho don ronsiderably cheaper, and with the xit'jbons, legal banks nrver crops out, bn is ever and that Type'rttev money back if j. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef We believe that it is in her clothes cleaning, pressing brcadsst gj.ir.ittce ocAmsnt covers, carbon paper a continual. any you ever used. ' hides. Highest cash price. not better than 1:e$4Ct proportion of variety in the and repairing shop. .this office. Hakes that fafl to earth all present decide the future desfflry" or mw variety. We' .sec jn fhc animal king S. of li. in Muhlenberg county, both dom a vast and continued yarjety of as a business enterprise and a friend Wc Constantly llavo ALL SIZES in Stock. fienefarTnsufanc We represent the Home Insur N. vow wamtv3 writes all kinds of farm and city property. ante (0. of Y. be IRe 'Oil HARCOURT FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY SIVE US A :- -: BONDS i f CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. PGLARD-CiilK- MM RO R 19 11 SLAGKWELL GREENVILLE, BRO KY, .1 ROSE The Greatest Rose Rovelty cf the Century Send far Description anil Fries List f THE RECORD $f The New Rose (YWet Blic) HalleJ by the Rese Groyfers as the Forerunner of the Cwn-- f lower Blue Roso. Very ous and hardy. Free Brwr$ .JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT GrccnliouKCS t- -t Princeton, Ky. ForOniy 4.25 m GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS W 1 1 - I FROM THE O RIGIN AL CABBAGE PLANT GRO WfcK&. u:-- rxeo.i 1.I I 111 11. 1 - El rcrot AVOlSTATFl'litn. JllftUT SUMMED II to. In THAPL MARK Ki-uuuJ COP' niGMTnn t pap. - R.-if- l In Caottal Stock 530.000.00 .Ioctow lull llneof Is very lew. j ilf:tufZ ttMttK.'Ufortlemojtnvm7We sow i' f VSiwai. "7T !fc early cabbace. tndthey arc the one. j oJMJSSiS&WJ Seito! rln!3 a ?S Idol Wra. C. Gcraty O;., Bos r75 Yosges :snu; jhres ions U 0 cxcre ralo on y. J 4 Y. HI. C. A. NOTTS. MARTWICK ON A BOOM. Powderly. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro MAKES HOME BAKING EASY Next Sunday afternoon the delegates to the Y. M. C. A. convention Greenville Coal Co. Contracts For 25 at Danville, will give the report Houses to Be Duilt at the New from the convention. The meeting Coal Mines Immediately. will be at 3 o'clock. This was the in the best convention ever held State, and the reports will be very Odic McLevainc Dies at Luzerne. A All men and boys arc interesting. Well Known Citizen Passes Away invited to be present. At Near Cisney. The Junior Hiblc class will meet this week as usual on Thursday afternoon at 3. 45. I. C. OPERATORS THREATEN STRIKE. Colonel Lear Falls Off Train. Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts and the food is liner, more tasty, cleanly and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. Kay a I Coak ROYAL Colonel Lear, a welt known character, walked off a train on the (). &. N. railroad soon after it pulled out south from Central City last M 011 Jay afternoon, and fell down an embankment some fifty feet. Ic was bruised up sonic, and scratched, but not seriously hurt. It is said that he had been drinking, and got on the wrong train, and when Lear he discovered it he unloaded. came here Tuesday on the noon train, and did not look much the worse for his escapade. 1 Sells 25 House Patterns. The Greenville Coal Co. has just closed a contract with the Greenville Milling Co. for 25 house patterns complete, the coal company arranging to begin at once the construction of that many houses at the new opening at Martwick, between This is one Nelson and Rockport. of the most modern plants in western Kentucky, and will have an immense output when at full working The coal is of fine capacity. 0 the company has some acres in the tract. qual-ityand Miss May McNeil of Central City spent Sunday aiternoon with friends here. Miss Lillian Cornwcll from Tennessee has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Simmons, for several weeks. Mrs. L. Heltsley and Miss Beula Mercer are visiting Browdcr, Rochester, and other places this week for the interest of the Ladies' Aid. Rev. Barbcc filled his regular appointments Saturday night and Sunday at the Christian church. Mrs. Lcona Hunt from Morgan's, visited relatives here last week. Mr. Clelland Kyle and wife from near Greenville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sparks. Mrs. Roxic Simmons entertained at dinner Wednesday, those present were Mcsdames W. W. Ballard, S. Hays, J. Mooningham, Miss Lillian Cornwcll and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Frazicr. House and Land for Rent. THE LIGHT QUESTION can be beautifully settled by using the electric. You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course more effective in light giving qualities. Why not arrange with us to have the electric light in your place, the same as other modern households. It is twice as good as other lights and costs no more. Greenville Light ) & Wafer Co. "3 Office Hours: 7.30 to 8 u. m. 1 1 to 12 a. in. 1 to 1.30 p. 111. 4 Send Mama Bad Address. BAKINQ POWDER BeakSOO Rooolpta-Fr- ea If you want more and better eggs, fat and healthy chickens, Odic McLeraine Dies of Pneumonia. buy 100 lbs. mixed chicken feed. Mr. Odie McLevainc, aged 20 C. M. Howard. Price $2. years, died at (he home of his fathFour Residences Burn Phoue No. The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, tine 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 Orien L. Roark, Greenville, 231. to 5 o. m. i. CO., NEW YORK. at Central City. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Next Monday day. is county court N OUT II BOUND. 1 Spring arrived, according to the calendar, just before noon Tuesday. t. 54 pin 4 SO. 183 103 101 130 Cincinnati Louisville Express Exprt'HH SOUTH 1.25am .08 Louisville Llmite.l Central City aoooin Pnrtuc.ih ami Cairo nocuin 5.15 am Fulton Accommodation le.JOpni New Orleans Special 3.40 pm N. O. Spec. LouUville passr. onlyl ..l.'-MiuJune 5, 1010. ' W.G.citAwror.D, Act 135 121 101 103 KO. cousu. 7.15 jim am "Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. Mr. J. 15. 'Coombs and family have moved to the home of Mr. John Coombs, at the cast end of Main-cros- Four residences in Central City, the property of the Heaver Dam Planing Mill Co. burned about 7.30 o'clock Monday night. Only one of the builJings was occupied, and it was in this that the fire originated, from a defective flue, it is supposed. On account of having no water pipes to the propertied, all the buildings were quickly in ashes, as they were frame structures, and adjoined close er, Mr. A. L. McLevainc, near Luzerne, at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, after an illness of nine days I lis condition from pneumonia. was serious from the first, and for a few days it had been realized that recovery was doubtful. The body was embalmed, and is being held for the arrival of a sister who lives in Pine Muff, Ark. Interment will be made in the graveyard at Nebo, tomorrow afternoon, it is thought. 'An Old Citizen Dies. SATURDAY BARGAINS Methodist Church. BRIZENDINE'S 16 s street Protracted Revival Closes. Give us your job work. Gardeners are getting over now. busy all Don't be too impatient; there is stilLtime for another snow or "so Mr. liurcn Martin was In Louisville a few days last week on business. - Plenty of chicks arc reported, but there is some trouble in raising th cm, as usual. "tfneedit," lor & a new drink, at TayPoole's drug store. Mr. John X. Taylor and wife are near the depot, the house being ocat home in the F. II. Lewis residence, Caladium bulbs for sale by Mrs. cupied by Mr. Boyd and family. on Main' street. Jennie E. Roark at 10 cents each. The fire was caused by a spark lightMr. James Louis Roark was at Spring cleaning is now in full ing on the roof, and was seen by home Saturday and Sunday, com- blast, and as many persons arc clean- some school children, who gave the ing down from Louisville. ing up their premises they are noti alarm at once, and the slight flame was extinguished by the neighbors cing how unsightly are fences, and Telephone No 5 and your laundry how much filth accumulates around before the department arrived. The will be called for and delivered. them, and so more fences are oeing loss was light. Mr. F. H. Lewis and family have removed. And the improved apmoved into the Countzler property, pearance is highly pleasing. which Mr. Lewis recently bought. The court house yard has been Mrs. Sam Arnold and family have getting attention for several days moved into the Curd residence, on now from a crew of men who have College street, and will occupy it been grading and terracing the lot, and it is presenting an attr: ctive until their new home is ready. appearance. Grass has been sown, Have Barklcy Bros, repair your and the flower beds will receive attention, and when spring arrives flues, and prevent a fire loss. court square promises to be one of Mrs. J. M. Stuart and son, the attractive spots of the city. Joseph, of Owensboro, were here Telephone that grocery want to several days during the week, visitJoe Morgan and get the best goods ing relatives and friends. at lowest prices. Mr. S. D. Bradley and family Mr. IS. A. Taylor is plannig to have moved to the Nichols residenco, east Main cross street, and Mr. J. L. build a handsome and modern resiMorgan and family have moved in- dence on his lot near the college to the Hcltslcy house, vacated by opposite the home ot Judge J. C. It is an ideal location, Jonson. Mr. Bradley. and the new home promises to be Yellow Danver Onion Sets an ornament to the neighborhood. five cents per quart. Thjs js the This section of the city has improved best onion yet. Q. M. Howard.. vastly in the past few years, and as there are many vacant lots yet re Sunday was a fair day the firsj maining, it is su.re that the houses Sunday for several weeks, and great that will be bidlt hereafter wjl be numbers of people were enjoying of the improved type. the pleasant weather by walking, Mrs. Eunice Robinson, of Fulton, driving and riding, many jpersons going into the country for the day. Grand Worthy Matron of Kentucky of the Order of the Eastern Star, Mr. D. S. Duncan has moved the was here Monday, and met with residence he recently bought from Madeline Chapter No. 64 at the Mr. L. Z. Kirkpatrick to the lot Masonic lodge room at night. She adjoining, and will occupy it while was highly pleased with the conhe is building his new home on the dition of the lodge here, and com101 jusi vacaica. mis win be a plimented the work as put on by the great improvement to that section members. This is in line with the of town, which has fallen somewhat work of the Grand Worthy Matron, behind the last few years in the gen who is visiting all the lodges in the eral development of the city. State. The series of revival serviccsthat Muhlenberg is behind in the mat- had been conducted for two weeks ter of automobiles, but it is behind at the Methodist church closed with in the matter of highways, and pur- the service Sunday night. Rev. G. chasers of automobiles arc few where V. Hummel, of Central City, was the roads arc not good. the speaker, and delivered many able addresses, and made many warm friends among our people. There were about a score of conversions, and eleven of the converts joined the Methodist church at the For Sale ancL Sunday morning nriee nig hoop KyaU'tcnt, never isct! gouti .is new. Will sell for half the cost. Apply Joe Morgan solicits that grocery to John F. Poag, Greenville, Ky. order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the The I. C. R. R. has been having very lowest prices. Quick delivery a unenon.enal nasseneer business and courteous treatment. south the last few weeks. The New Orleans limited last Friday Fire Docs Small Damage. night carried five extra sleepers, to An alarm of fire about 9. 15 o'clock to care for the excursionists who last Thursday morning drew the dewere going to the South and South partment to the residence of Mr. J. west in search of land. C. Stokes at the foot of the town hill, ut Mr. William Carver, one of the well known citizens of Muhlenberg, died at hi? home about a Thilc from Cisney Tuesday, after an illness of some weeks from ailments incident to his age. Burial was at Cisney yesterday afternoon, and was largeas one ly attended. Mr. Carver of the pioneers of his .se uun, and was a popular man. Ilk .loath removes a leading charade t:om that part of the county, ami hi family has the most r'neerc sympathy of all. Telegrapn operators on iric The meeting closed Sunday night professions of faith and ten additions to the church. The excellent preaching by Rev. Hummel and his work in the meeting gave general satisfaction, and we feel that many lives were blessed and the church revived. There will be no preaching nct Sunday morning. The pastor will preach at Chappel in the morning, but he will preach here at 7.15 p. m. Let's pray and work for agrcat Sunday school next Sunday. Come and join the Epworth League at 6.30 G. P. Dillon, Pastor. p. m. with nineteen Lo-vcll- 's Granite Rinsing' Pan For Gv&y s Quart This is well worth twice the money but you can buy this SATURDAY ONLY for 20 cents, if you will come to our store after 30 Cents is it 'aJfr. For pure- r - ia' call &rO?iii&la TVde, druggists. mi That the earth goes round the sun nothinrranninoiio vur.emacy- - o,r rctefnir& centrals l.WSrfl ine-mea- i. XEl Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d m one CiX ; Ribbons for all typewriters, legal document and manuscript covers, manifolding and other papers, legal blanks, carbon papers in all colors, and general office supplies at this office. 1 ' Sentence Sermons. Record. h, io-inc- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. NOTICE! ed to OARK l Equinoxial showers, storms and disturbances may be expected for the next few days. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. 020 Reports from the bedside ot Mr. Jesse Wallace arc not favorable, and he is still in gravest condition, Mrs. Jennie E. Roark has caladium bulbs for sale at 10 cents each, Telephone No. 108. r Yesterday afternoon many persons of the town were in attendance at a special unton prayer service held at the Presbyterian church at 2.30 o'clock, when petitions were offered in behalf of Mr. XV. G. Duncan, who will this morning sub. mit to an operation in Louisville for Everyone the removal of gravel. joins in the wish for a successful operation and a speedy recovery. Burr Grist Mill. rai-j- All parties who are indebt- - v the firm of R. Martin L & (o. are earnestly request- - L system are on the point of striking, ed to call and make full set- - L the majority having voted a strike tlements as soon as pos- - ' unless better arrangements of wages sible, as we are compelled and working conditions arc granted. to collect all outstanding A of 25 per cent, in wages is debts in order to make set- asked, but the company declares tlement with the R. Martin this cannot be granted. It is hoped estate. r that a settlement may be reached, as a strike of the operators would R. MARTIN & CO. l make conditions very bad. Correction of Dates, Card of Thanks. We desire to acknowledge our deep est gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our loyal neighbors and friends, who rendered constant help and service during the prolonged illness of our wife and mother, anc whose sympathy have sustained us jn our sor-roThese acts, shall ever be pjierished in our rnemory. y. My attention has kindly been called to an error, in regard to the building of the railroad mentioned. in the sketch of J'owderly recently published. The cut was built in 3j instead of 1S61, and Jlurne arris was not a contractor. Tjip work was, not pompjetctj to Qreen-vill- e until the th day of July 1S71, nearly eleven years after the tjme mentioned in the sketch. Awy'M. Longest. 1 1 John Coomiis, J. E. Coouns. Card of Thanks. We cannot express the feelings of gratitude which we entertain toward our friends and neighbors, who stood so nobly by us during the protracted illness of our beloved mother. And when the end came, their sympathy and help sustained us. May heaven's richest blessings be, theirs. Mas. V. B. Soumjm; Ph.snx LbVKi.rr, Tilde: Lucukit il;, $zi.ix. LccixTT .Hekbest Lvckzit. The clock on the court house has been keeping the people guessing tor the past week or so, as it has been cutting all sorts of pranks. It frequently refuses to run at all, and when it starts up makes effort to catch up on its losses in striking, spinning along at a lively rate. It is hoped that it has quit its misbehaving, as we have grown to depend greatly on its timing nnd tolling the passing hours. The Record 50c. per year. My new burr grist mill is in operation; call on your merchants for White Flint meal. Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn. jl 28 J. A. Shaver. See Coombs &: Co. before1 you sejl your beef hides. 627 The Wisdom of Israel Zangwill: We name a thing and lo! its wonder flies. With what subtle instinct the Hebrew refused to pronounce the name of his Deity! Why quarrel over religions when all men agree all men, that is at the same grade of intellect? Tis not only the grave that parts us from our comrades and lovers; we lose them on the way; they broaden and narrow away from us, and we from them. Death for us is all we have missed, all the periods and planets we have not lived in, all the countries we have not visited, all the books we have not read, all the emotions and experiences we have not had. Every restriction is a piece of death. Away with these cemeteries of stone; they arc indecent; let me fade into the anonymous grass! The word museum is surely short for mausoleum. For objects in a museum are dead, their relations with life arc ended, they arc as dead as finger nails, How full of life seems a cannon. as it belches death! Yet it is an uncouth creature, long since outgrown among the humanized citizens of the planet; some day it will be hunted out like the wolf and the bear, with a price upon its mouth. An institution must be propped up by precedent when it is no more uplifted by sap. There arc two torrents that ania.c me to consider; the one is Niagara, the other the stream of prayer falling perpetually in the Roman Catholic church. There be those that cannot bear that Niagara should fall and thunder in mere sublimity, but onrv to such will this falling thunder of prayer seem waste. and not theni It is doubtful whether satisVacvy can come as the sequel of any bMv-a- n involuntary belief. O, what a tangled web we weave When first we practice to bclievel Full life exists in three dimensions. Art in two, and Science in one; like a solid, a superficies, and a line. Plants have movement without will, animals have the will to live, human beings have the will to live divinely. Even the popular evolution theory is but a juggling with time. You do not get rid of creation by shifting the beginning back to a billion years last Tuesday. ; . V- A ;;-- f Our customers have been getting 18 lbs. of Standard Granulated Sugar for a dollar for the last six months. How much have you been getting? Why not buy yourgoodsfrom a tirm that will give vou the worth of your moneyc-althe time. We do not have,' fits; we do legitimate business'' all tlie ! time. C. M. Howard. Eating for Strength. ' The greatest pleasure to bo derived from eating is the pleasure one gets in the knowledge that his food is giving him greater strength and vi- tality. venient for those not near the store. clean. A Quaker Oats eatincr fnmMv is always a healthy family. Quaker Oats Is nackprl In rfnin. size packages and also in large size iamiiy pacKages. Tno latter very con- Because of this fact there is a constant Increase in the consumption of Quaker Oats: every time the strength making qualities of Quaker Oats have keen tested by scientific investigation or by experiments in families it has been found to be a food without an equal. It builds the muscles and brain without taxing the digestive organs; it costs so little anyone can afford it. and it is so carefitlly prepared and packed that It Is absolutely I n If you have not heard the Yictor talking machines, call at Roark's. If you have heard themall again and; often; they never grow tiresome.. Large library of records and al$ kinds of talking machine supplies C. R. I. Reds. Eggs for sale-two pens, DeGraff and Tompkins strains, 75c end $1 per setting. S,. J. Landis, Greenville, Kjr. R. r ROARK-Fvimit- ure, WaJlpe.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-CARE Ajm'.v , Slippers, Gr&wve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK Or THE BREEDERS. ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS. At ono of the London public hospitals a special point is made of ftMnu alcohol to tho patient aa rarely and sparely as possible; and each time that one of tho nliyficians does so lie submits a sjoeinl entry of tho reasons that actuated him. Jn tho thirty-twj'oars of the existence of tho hospital alcohol has only been given seventy-on- o Tho cases received arc times. exactly like thoso received byall the For 1901 they numothur hospitals. The only. bered l'M7 death-rat- e among these was 7.3 per year the average cent. For tho same death rate among tho other London public hiupita!. v...: tt.l per cent. Therefor tlio n :o it alcrliol in sickness is not to bo regarded as r ncces-citjlt!ioisli inmt pliysicians alcohoi ia solution with dnigrj for their patientd there va one physician of national reputation who did not believe i.i using alcohol. Many V. Pierce deyears ago when Dr. cided to put up his valuable "Prescription" for tho diseases of women in n "ready to r.so" form ho used as a chemically Golvcnt and preservative puro glycerino cf proper HtreiiKth, which is a better solvent ami preservative of tho active medicinal principles residing in most of our indigenous or Dr. nativo planta than h alcohol. Pierce found that tlio glycerine, beharmless, possesses sides boing entirely intrinsic medicinal properties, of great value. No woman who is suffering from inflammation, from tho pains and drains incident to womanhood can afford to bo without Dr. Pierce's An honest mediPrescription. cine which has tho largest number of cures to its credit and a deserved popularity for two score years all over tho Dr. Pierce tells you United Suites. just what is contained m his "Favorite Prescription." o -y. prc-scrito xvhon 1 were Younfr dll yew play "Shinny"? Say? nwl of ur KeJtors w did Ylatonlay! h'tiilihle and MIS vre choSo up with a stirv.. wvit tlieo Clioico and BUI White wux MY pick; Slultbtp took Pat and I chose Buck d. jw Tommy O'Dowd wuz thee Next fer Stub's we kept n choosing ccoh Kid by his N'alm 'til awl thee Kollors wuz picked fer thee Aide. Galmt we scratched thee Unas and stuck sticks very doop malkliiR tlioo Goals that eech side wux 2 Keep. next v paced oft fer Iheo Shinny 2 lay-t- hen Every Body got redy 2 IMayl Stubble and ME wo lined up face 2 face cashing awny at a Torlbul pace. Stubble wuz first but he slipped very slick I struck the shinny a smash with ml stick! 4 Uen awl thee Fellers thoy sot up a howl hollaring how It wuz only a fowl! StubWe complained thut his anklo wuz sore but wc Lined Up fer 2 try it once mOar. tills time we met at the line with a crash hlttlnp our Heds a Terlflc old Smash! A Simple Brood Coop. both of us Kids we wont down In a Mess The brood coop herewith Illustrated Boalng Moar Stars than thee llevens, i was designed by Victor D. Caneday of suoss! Taylors Falls, Minn. It 13 an extraornext thlnpr thee World wuz awl Flamlne dinarily simple affair and can be and RED! made of almont any box of suitable when I cume 2 I wuz lying In bed. part fathor wuz sitting quite closo on a Chare, size turned on Its side and slatted Mother wuz Crying and smoothing ml way over the front. A frnme covered Hare. with one Inch mesh poultry wire Is ar-Old Doctor Brown ho wuz fusslnc about ug " - a ,aed Strong mixing sum and "v L.; In-- a frit .ig, quite bagk of Ml lied was a place oum down at the Crash In thee Race, wuz as BIG AS A DRUM and aa HOT!!! al30 It paned me a Torlbul lot Fat sod that Stubble wa3 doing quit attmt Dp lvpt In Court (.'nuitl-tlo- n lit Hi In goiiHoit of Vciir. At tltlK Uipo of the ywir too much Importance cm u not bo attudiod to the nnv of tho brooding stool;. If our brofdors are in poor condition wo nuiHt exjwet ur ohloks to be weak and lack-!nIn vllallly, .says a writer in Poultry .lountnl. Many breeders wonder why they lose so many chicks every y.onr. They give the chickn the hei-- of food and care, and .still they lose Urge numbrrs. I'ul often these khukj persons neglect the old birds from which they raise their mleks. If possible at this time of year It Is a good plan to have the birds on a grass ranue. The larger the range the bettor it will be for the birds. Kggs from birds on free range are always more fertile than from birds in yards. But come of u. cannot give our birds free range. Then the best thing we can do Is to as nearly as possible give our rarded birds tho conditions they would have At they were on a free range. Most poultrymcu know what these conditions are green food, meat scraps, bone, etc. I make a practice of feodiug my male birds once a day separate from tho hensv I have found this plan keeps these birds In better condition thatt hey would otherwise be. The bens, too, should be well fed. l'hey cannot produce strong, hatebable gss If Cioy are thin and hungry. Neither can they if they are over fat. A nippy medium should be obtained between these two extremes. The brooding stock should not be kept In the same yard or pen with the young stock. If the young stock Is given free range, as It should be. then the old birds should bo conllned. In this many breeders make a mistake. They allow the young and old birds to un together, much to the disadvantage of the j'ounger ami weaker ones. I nave found Hint best results can be obtained by mating a male bird to six or eight hens and uot over ten hens at the most. This applies to birds in confinement. If they have five range fifteen females are not too many for one rigorous mole. ;; Suc-leisft ft & ur Name on the spot where we are now located. ft has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right ft ft ft ! Our Aim 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. Wc endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. SL Our 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. SL ft SL SL Sit Ttre J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager SL SL SL SL )j FURNITURE tstaDHsHea 1379 D Distance Teleotiones: EALERS IREC TORS SL 1T3 INGREDIENTS ARE: IM Store 72: Home ins t ."V it cre I well-o- nly 2 Tl.- -. i. his Ankle wuz Broke whon he Fell. of his ribs was Jarred loose when he lit. othorwlso Stubble wuz fcollng quite Fit! . ' two of ml Teeth wuz knocked out In thee Fall. this and thee BUMP and ono Cut that Way us Fellers met on thee ICe ylstorday. next time wc play shinny down by theo ranged to slide in and out, so that at night the brood may have plenty of air and still be protected from animals. Mill, Stubhlo and ME will play Fatty and During the day, when this wire coverBill. ed frame Is slid to one side, the hen U "yew aro too evenly BALANCED," ma kept confined by the wooden slats, sod. "maybe we nrc," sed I. feollng ml Hed. while the little chicks may run back and forth, In nud out, nt will. Making Good. Kill the WcnUllnsrs. Last week Blnga went up into South Dakota to address a convention of One thing often overlooked, but b editors. Just before leaving the house source of loss, Is the coddling or "holding over" of chicks lacking vigor. InMb wifo remarked: stead of delaying for any cause de"Oh. I forgot to put a clothes-brusin your grip. Hore, take my whisk-broo- stroy at once all chicks which ava crh It will do very nicely and pled or weakly. If sick especially thM there isn't time to go upstairs after should be done. The great danger lies your brush but don't you lose that, In the fact thnt they may later be overlooked and bred from, says Kate Tby-iofor It3 my best one!" Marr in Poultry Success. We must "Lose, nothing!" responded Bings, breed for health and vitality by rigid Jooking admiringly d at the affair and struggling to get tclectlon. It may seem cruel to say burn the Into his overcoat. Whan Bings arrived in Watoriown dead baby chicks, but It Is the best way. Many cats are taught to kill the ljo unpnoked his grip and the broom chicks by allowing the dead ones was gonot If they decay and the old "Confound that thief of a porter," around, nc.1 serious tat them It may he Boliloiiui7.ed. Then ho looked er fowls In fact, this is causecause of the Illness. through his baggage again, peered neck. Cull out often, and, while into the pockets of his vet Umber the number of pur Hock may in some gave it up. and ascs be mud) depinyUpd, yet wc find "It's too bad sho gave me that." it pays. mused Bings. "Now she'll laugh at mo and tell me I always lose every thing. The best I can do is to buy Weak less, s QUvn met, js the result Another fully as good." of disorder of tho kidijeys, due to a jtfaxt morning ho loft the hotel and :our3o of feeding with an ijpsultable after vUlting several stores found a llct. Give tho chlchH H nittjor Jtirge neat little broom that looked fully as allowance of meat or boiijo other aniattractive aa the ono he had lost mal matter and some milk to drink; Then ho bought his wife a souvenir also some porridge inndc of middlings spoon and felt better. aud milk. All their diet should lie When he reached home & week highly nourishing and such as can Ik? later, he said: easily digested. It Is also advisable to "You Jeoow that broom you let mo keep them on a bed of dry chaff, and iakc. dear?" If they are In a brooder to keep down "Yes," bogihnlng to laugh. tlitt temperature to Just below 00 de"Well, the porter lifted it on me grees. I got to my destination." More laughter. Do Not Crovrd (he Chicks. "Oh, you awful fellow, to lay that Pq not put too many chicks In a onto the poor colored man. Here is brooder. Between r0 and 300 will do, my broom. You dustod your hat "with but f0 is bsst. Tpo much or too little it just before leaving and laid it on beat, eorvnd spur food and not enough the hall tree, Gains away without It." exercise are the callus (if hwcl trou"Never mind," reoponded Bings, ble. At present tho condition f 'jlugs sheoplshly but joining In (lie laugh. Is such thnt we niUMt depend to falsu "Yon Imvo i wo tiood cjim'ji now, and, our olik-kwith tho aid of brooders. anyhtiw, tho untvr may tnko ono .,f rtu old wsty to getting eluw for ibeiii oa ijiy'Jiett trip' most paopl now. h n silver-handlefull-dres- s e wuz Awl. this is knot much when we think of thee V.'. 'V' r.i Golden Seal root (Hydrastis Canadensis), Lady's Slipper root (Cypri-pediuBlack Cohosh Pubcscons), root (Cimtcifuga Uncemosn), Unicorn root (Hclonias Dioica), Blue Cohosh (Caulophylhim root Thalictroides), Chemically Pure Glycerine. 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