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The investment is Get our rates, j I Muhlenberg County 1 I is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay J etc, and the most inviting field in Ken-- 1 sure of returns. u ptucky lor investment of capital and pluck. 1 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XIII. NO. S. J Fewer Railroad Accidents. Mr. Park, now of th; Illinois Central and formerly for saMril yean an officer of the Union l'acific, makes the positive state mint, as refreshing as it is usual, that the Union Pacific methods and other H.irritnan lines have abolished Me his avoidable train accidents! a loptcd certain Union Pacific mcth-- i U on the Illinois Central, and the .statement comes out in connection with the announcement that the I. C and its controlled lines during the past calandar year carried 30.72S,-2t- i passngers, of wliom not one was killed in a train accident; and this includes passengers carried on frcit trains. '1 he passenger mile age was Soo millions; passenger train mileage 15 millions, and freight train miles 22.33 millions. The number of train accidents of all kinds was equal to 7.43 accidents per million locomotive miles, which he says is nearly 50 per cent less than the number occuring the proceeding year. Mr. Park says that the improvement over former records is due largely or mainly to surprise checking. The division officers now report very few misunderstandings or violations of rules, showing that the natural prejudices of the men against surprise checking have been largely overcome in the short space of time since Mr. Park introduced the methods which he had found so successful on the Union Pacific. His reference to the Union Pacific's efficiency tests, which have now been conducted for several years, is to the effect that they "have practically eliminated avoidable accidents." He Includes the company's policy of giving publicity to the cause of train accidents as an important factor improving the service. Presumptive evidence of the correctness of this declaration, as regards the Har- riman lines, is found in the report ,rof those lines, recently published, .completes, (racdumi-Jrbm- il AjKfc owing . THE END OF TUBERCULOSiS j Value of Education. ny nn. kdva::d u trudeau. The llrst and kiwi test need in Hie prevon')ii of is education ilucntioii of the people nnd thi.iij;li tlieni odunition of tlio strut. It Is cvidi'iit that if every man and woman In the United States were fnmiliiir Willi the mnln facts n'lntins to the manner in which tuberculosis is communicated and the simple measures necessary for their protection not only might we reasonably expect as direct result of t Ills knowledge a grpjit diminution in the death rate of the disease, but the people would soon demand and easily obtain effective legislation for its prevention and control. When a state has once become well educated and not before will the other requisites necessary to the control of the disease be forthcoming. . I tulnn-culosl' Sitarlus Stan 18iykm Grown mid Office up DENT ttttili-H- , Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper Wc carry on our floors and in our the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If wc do not have what you want, ro will get it for you. Wc have factory connections with milkers of the finest goods in the country, and through "Our Special Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Holding-stock- s are always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple article of merchandise, being used til the year 'round. And wc always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up por roll. vnre-roo- Uride Worftdoue at reasonable In thuJoiu-Ci T. Building. recti vlllc. Ky. PiiyHlcinn Ofllce Mnlu-cros- s m RES DR. KING'S T. J. SIATOH, p. iatit-ccoi-i. and street ilenr Jlalnstrcet. WA 15 CA M 110 H'A RD. f . GAM )'. HOWARD & GRAY, LAWYERS, Office in Green Baildln$, opposite LaMcade Hold. DRS7hELTSLE?I. HEI.TS1.EY osteopathic Physicians Office at Home, East IvTaSn'ercss Street. for Qy UGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT awd LUNG DISEASES ISCOVERY CONSUMPTION Td ESTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which wc furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Tclcplioite No. 78. NIA I .... A Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins In White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Block Cloth Covered; and Copper Louisville and Chicago I ? Tw ,yettr? ag0 a, seTere coId 6ettled on ffly Iimes and so completely work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised g SSTwiSSv after using one bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was to try Dr. V. J. ATKIlfS, Banner Springs, Tenn. unaole Why Not Read The Courier- - 1H5ST LlkJiJ TO lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. (the Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantVaSn. North west ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robe3, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Two trains daily Slippers, etc., in large variety. AS, Our two licensed Embalmers respond at i'rcncii Lick and Yestjrfiaden Springs. once to calls for such services. Our general cquipmont is complete and union &s&mox. of highest grade. LourisxjMii:. Wc have a Funeral Car in service, subDEA It UjlU&TATION, v ject to call anywhere. ClllCA5"r 2TTvo Private Telephones, Store 72; Residence io3. Dininc and- Iirfor Gars. Residence 150 yards from store. Paltice Drawing: Iwom Sleepers. Prompt service any hour day or night. California and I PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY AND $1.00 All DrwggislSe J. H. HAYES Painter and inferior : GIFT FOR CULTURED HOMES M1 Long-Distan- Decorator. : - T&e ORIEN L. ROARK.ManaCcr. J. L. ROAKK ESTATE. E. H. BAC6 D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4tti anSrarket Stb. LQO&VILL1S. KY. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. CLIPPE IS THE GREATEST SHOW single Cody, AT GLOBE FACTOPWCES CU8GIES'WiyRNES3 ! THEATRICAL 4.Bfl par Ye;r. PiPFR A UifM GoodPaint ITO, (Ud, NO. during the past year, : Iloth on these, lines and the Illinois Central the cheking are systematic and rigid. One of them requires that when a passenger train is stopped by a flag or torpedo, or by an unusual signal, the conductor shall confer with the For ngineman before proceeding. last month Februrary, 191 1 the the surprise checking on the I. C. resulted in the following percentages of efficiency: Chicago division 77: St. Louis division 83; Springfield divison 78, Peoria division 83; Free-podivision 90; Dubuque division 100. Mr. 67; and Cherokee-Omah- a Park says that on the Harriman lines the efficiency of employes has been brought to that degree of perfection lines a flag that on block-signal- d man is not required to go back if the signal can be seen at "stop" one half mile in the rear. No other road in this country has such a rule, and very few officers would be willing to put their efficiency to test of an abolishment of flagging to the extent that the Harriman Lines have done. As Mr. Park well says, this degree of perfection could have been attained only after both officers and employes had undergone a very systematic and exhausttvee drill in efficiency. Railway xVge Gazette, issued March 24, 191 1. rt THE RECOR AND THE Sample Copy Free, U.OF.RT iMniu WEEKLY FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. liUbllbltt, J. BORIB. t It .MI 11 or. :.l i'l When your building need painting, every day's, delay costs you money. The sun. rain, snow and frost are netting in their work. Lumber coili too much to Id it decay for want of a little point. 270 iJ fc5rVITR0WXVI., 5200 Others $75, SSOO, S50 n WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L uhlpal' vehicles IHrrct from rur l"iulcr C 0. 1). to Consumer fitbjptt to csnn!no!!o:i f.iu. approvalou joUjvs free trial. It is of tlie greatt-s'-. importance to tl:c G!oto Uut!AV'& Iliimm Co. to We out it. work. It costs less to use good paint than to go withWc tuc nothing but good point on our BOTH ONE YEAR FOR We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l. Com Write Courier-Journal have every oik: who deals with lis a ph anet and SntWIcd CiMlonior. Noeffoit issjisrril t maUt each sliipiiKtit sui li excellent value In quality vi material. rorIcniau$hip, fu i'h ard style cl vehicle that it will he a Ixsl:n AdvcrtVomcnl nml hrirtK us uimiy on'.crs in return. If v e ple..rc you, hy seUinjr you an honestly marie biipy crd nt a price less the rliIt!lcracn'a Trofit. jou will Our recommend cur cxkxN to your nc'Rh.ljpr. Guaranlcr i1olutt Iv as ro-- toour c: hton:crs asit would le to n dealer, if iomlsnrc not ns money is relumed to you. You Viltr no risk. We innnufacturt honcat VcIiIcKm and Harnos. Kivoour ciMtomrrs money, li'.l ostlers iirenirl . Write for our IVce ltujUy and IiarncKS t'utaloj'ro. GLOBE BUGGY & HiRNESS COMPAN OWENSBORO, KENTUCIW CARTER Siridly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Puro Turpentine end the meat expensive colors The kind cf paint wa scalesonly years of wear Let u.1 and durable ol Wc guarantee n fint-claprkes reasonable. Don't put it oC. vac never cracks or will remove it. figure vilh you when ready to pa!r.t Telephone No, 254. pany, Louisville, sample copy of desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this oaper NOT to the Courier- Journal. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. Ribbons for all typewriters, legal document and manuscript covers, manifolding and other papers, legal Ky., for free blanks, carbon papers in all colors, edition you and general office supplies at this office. 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 recordwe can help you. VICTOR PRICES SAME EVERYWHERE PERSONAL SERVICE HERE . ' 4, It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For thi3 reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine J: - L. ,r,":rm::" ROARK. THEDFORD'S wc cao do aUJLtt. LcuisTille, ESTATE Liver Medicine tie The reputation cf i H Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip. ths.-- c!d, rcl?.t K medicine, for f:rrr-I- it and liver trouble, h It floss Hnt Jmit!t, g ether nwdicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa- - M vorite liver powder, with a larger cale than all others combined. I 3 fcfUtrtirjsalhannlealsorcanauswnnJcttliaats. H 3 Refftcntc: aay back in LsuisTiHe. Wc furnish S i Wool Bajs Tree b cut shippers. Writs lit pice list. 1 I H. SABEL & SONS wawaBgrnaarirrrrf K. 9 rji ' gr "jftj ' TiM Failed in Health "My mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth Ward, of Jerseyvillc, 111., 'and left ine to care for six children. I had never been strong; and this, vith the shock of her death, was too much for me. "I failed in health. I was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had pains. the headache all the time and such bearing-dow- n "A very dear friend advised me to take Caraui, as it had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it and now 1 am in good health." SOLD Etf TOWN F2 What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business sue ccssful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous cs. For any information call man ager, The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one way,. instead ot ; as tormeriy, and Si 2 round trip, good 30 days return ing, 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 E. H. Bacon, D. P. A Louisville, Ky. TaTrSfcTO- brightens and preserves everything about the home. There is no old or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is used all is clean, wholesome, sani tary. Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody, anywhere, at any time, and there is no muss to clean up afterward. There are no cans, no pots, no brushes. There arc no sticky hands or surfaces. Simply moisten a piece of cheese cloth and wipe off the surfaces, as you would do dusting. Just try Liquid Veneer and sec how sweet and cleau it will wake everything. 4-o- REVOLVING. Q&t' KAtRlLl. KA5AS Crr,-6"- i .1 li lS r ''" . ' - V '7 !. Sla.,.l.. p. ''''. mi : White Sewing- Machines, in rotary "and vibrator; needles, shuttles, etc. in stock for all machines. ROARK'S STORE. 73ESCSSKMEXZSS?SZ The Woman's Tonic Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic. You yourself know best if you need it, or not. If you do need it, do not delay," but commence to use it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further down the hill. Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good. Write to.' z. z. bottle 25n, boUlo COo. ACTorlcanKiatograph SOLD BY CuHkrlaid Telephone Telegraph Incorporated. & Co. uocarts and baby carriages - at 12-o- Uoark's, at prices from $2 to S15 See the line. &J!l f If you have not heard the Victoi J. E. Coombs '& Co. buy beef talking machines, hides. Highest cash price. Take your beef hides to J. 15. call at Roark's. II you have. heard them, call again and Coombs & Co. and get the cash. Save your home by having your often; they never grow tiresome. Barklcy Bros, do Larire" library of records and, all Give your job printing orders to flues repaired. The Icecord. kinds of talLin machine silpp'tie this work in best manner. Hot drjuks of all sorts Hale's fountain. now at W. H. BRIZEHDINE & (0. 'and I CURE the tLU&S Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. You are invited to inspect tho most complete kitchen cabinet un the rnarkst. koark. WITH for Special Instructions, aud IJirt Advisory Dept., Cisattanoow Medicine Co.. Chatlanoosa, Tenn., book, "Home Treatment for Women," s ent free. FOR AMD flPOUCHS l,DS Tibl Bolilo Ftco eT ALLTHROAT f OB, GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY MOI'TEY SnFU2JSE3. i prices, st Koanrs. w - or might not be. I Living this view of the law, we arc not prepared to sny that the ta vv.is unreasonable An Independent Newspaper. or arbitrary. If appellant was only engaged m the sale of lemonade or BT ri'BUSKSn Tltl'HKUAT like useful and innocent "beverages, he should have so stated in his peOKtKK L. ItOAUK, I.N I.ICB, i Men I. Secretary. tition, ami then we could deal with the precise case that the appellant Orikn L. Roakk, Editor. had. His objection to the ordin ance should have been more specific. s Telephone, No. 72. When the police power can be stttre, sruiiBd floor. !! !! invoked as authority for a municip50 CFfUS MS YtAK. Hi ADYAfiCE. al corporation to control and rcgu late the sale "Of an article, it may, lit? tVl If nnl .. ... e ., ,.. ... vi. .. .v xi.tro,j - control nnd resu- w ,u 4 a t im Nioppcu.i .1 - i.i if uot i.itinn to such an extent as to pro".h..-.m fin., ii. A . ill t" ,'i in i. lnt. i win w m i.i.- f..r .i hibit th sale of it. or ;U. . ratiS,i RECORD PRESS, Long-Dtetsncii.- i . i i . : in- . - . i im.-- . ; m- - s. i m.iti.xi to .Uiyoi'". rittM'iiril ;iM re- ail.vl. !.!. tnlt'..iiH A AJ.lt.' ...it n:.Vr - THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. KntcreJ at lUe OreenTtUe, Kjr., imjUoCU-- c 8ocflM4-ela matter. ai Court or Appeals on Soft Drinks. -- V lljlow we are giving the most feitures of the recent decis-uof the mitt of Appeals in its from the tl i iivn in a cast ..ppi-Alecity tf Icllii , a nty of the sixth Tins rify had enacted an class. ordinaruc inilar to the one we h.ic in frci and was robistcd in the i oitrts, with the icstilt that it was finally brought to the Court of Appeals, which upheld the l.uv and the decisions that had been given by the courts en route to this highest court. J udgc Carroll rcndeicd the opinion, in part as n f I follows: The words "sofr drinks" arc not defined by statute or by the ordinance, but i.i recent years they have and come to have a popular u in this Stale, and arc x '.crstood to mean common uevcrages that are sold in plate- - .here there was formerly sjld intoxicating liquors, and may be said to have come into use with the abolition of the bar room and other places where liquor was sold by licensed dealers. While including. Iamonadc, sotla water, mineral asaridjoUtcr. innocent and foWfs bkveriees that arcand well-know- n non-into- roferencd to "malt mead," "near beer" and other alcoholic decoc tions, invented to take the place of intoxicating drinks. "Soft drinks" that contain any per cent of alqohol arc regarded as hurtful to the morals and health of the community, and their sale might well come within the control aud regulation of the police power. But such " as lemonade, soda water, and mineral waters that arc pure and wholesome, and contain no al cohol, are not detrimental to the public good and their sale docs not need police regulation or control. A municipality under its right of classification for revenue or police purposes might well impose one license fee for the sale of drinks that contain nny per cent of alcohol, and a different license fee for the sale of those that contain no al colol whatever. It mj'ght further classify by their names beveraqes that do or do not contain alcohol, and exact for the sale of each class a different-fee- . In short, the right of classification and the corresponding right to impose the same or a different tajc may be exercised when ever the classification can be made upon a reasonable basis. To what extent this power might be carried, it is not necessarry to a decision of the question before us to determine. It is sufficient to say that the right of classification confers the authority to fix a higher license fee for one class of b&vcragcs than another and what would be a reasonable license tax for one class might be unreasonable fcr another. To illustrate, a license of fifty dollars, or on? hundred dollars, or more, for the sale of "soft drinks" like "next to beer" that contains any quantity of per cent of alcohol might be reasonable; while the same tax upon the sale of "soft diinks," such as lemonade that contains no alcohol, might be unreasonable. It might be arbitrary and oppressive to fix the license fee for selling useful and pure mineral or healthgiving waters at a sum th'at would virtually pro hibit their sale, when it would not be arbitrary or oppressive to fix a licence fee at a prohibitive figure For Uie sale of beyerages that arc - - -not wholesome or occessaiy. If ap peilant was celling one clasrof "soft If you will come after it drinkf,'he tax would not be so unreasonable or oppressive as to above articles Saturday for interfering. It he was warrant us-igelling another kind, then it might staple and needed in every "soft-drinks- Tn Stuffy Cars and Pneumonia. The board of health of one of the largest cities in the United States has pointed oiit in its bulletin that from pneumonia is local death-ratentirely too high, and suggests that the chief reason for this state of things may be looked for in the condition of the public vehicles of transPeople generally are portation. much better educated as to the need for ventilation than they were n few years ago. Many thousands to day sleep with open windows and air their premises through the day who never thought of such a thing a few years ago. In addition to this, attention is now paid to the proper ventilation of schoolroom and to the enormous benefit of KOTICG. public health. But preaching has likKtNvu i.K, Ivy., Marth 3, i 1. not produced practise in all cases, Muhlenberg County Union A. S. and the public must work out its of i. will be held in Gieenville on own salvation by a constant insistThursday and Kiiday, April ence upon its rights in this matter. I must again insist upon evEspecially is this true in its ap191 1. ery local union in the county to send plication to streetcars, steam cars, a full delegation both days as this and public conveyances generally. promises to be one of the most im- These arc for all alike, and there is portant meetings in the history of no way to prevent the juxtaposition In fact, it will of the sick and the well, or to say our organization. decide the future destiny of the A. that the grippe convalescent shall S. of K. in Muhlenberg county, both not sit side by side with the person as a business enterprise and a friend just ready to play host to the grippe tried and true in the hour of peril germ. After a trip on any city conaud time of need to the farmers. veyance at the crowded hour, with After material thought and due con- its packed mass of sitting nnd stand- I sideration of the plans recommending humanity, and, in most instaned and adopted at the January meet- ces, its tightly closed ventilators, ing as I see it, it fails in every in- one docs not wonder at grippe cpi stance to have my approval, as it demies, but only at their temporary wholly ignores Equity. It makes no cessation. On the railroad-carprovisions to take care of the or- one runs as much risk, if not more, ganization, and virtually makes a for though they arc not so crowded, pool impossible, therefore, we shall the time spent On them is longer, not attempt tocomply with its de- and the air through the winter mand in getting out a pool contract months is unspeakably vile. This before our meeting in April. Owing is insured by the double windows, to plans having been adopted that I the closed ventilators, and the corconsider arc not in accord with the ridor entrance which is replacing principles and teachings of the A. the old open-doo- r cars on many 1 shall on the first day S. of Ii. of lines. These open-doo- r cars were our meeting tender my resignation bitterly reviled because of the unus chairman and manages. If the comfortable cold air that rushed in general membership want a wild cat at every stop, but in that very thing and r rki-- . business, or no busi- luy their virtu re. ness a! all. inducted, I must frankly The present ventilation system say that 1 am not the man you are would do very well if it were only looking for as chairman, but should brought into use but of what avail you decide that ISquity should be is it to legislate in the name of the plan, aud wjth specific terms health, and to multiply little aper- I .r oi a I J aUrmnd ,aj;ar3fUHey arc to at your service and command, in lres. imperious c..uuctor. The good any capacity that I can fill, froma pld British rule that "you cantrol humble lay member on up to the your own window" is better than highest rank and I shall ever be this. It leads, its true, tq a cqn found doing my duty, no matter sidcrablc amount of squabbling, but where. Again, let me insist on every although the passengers may grow member doing his duty. Be sure heated, the compartment is cooling that you pay your dues and maintain off, which js the important thing. the organization in the county, whether we have a pool or no in Dulbs of all Kinds in Stock. 191 1, as we are sure to need in the Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all future as bad as we have in the past. kinds of bulbs, and now is the time Last, but not least, I will say, let to begin the cultivation. Following every loyal, true equity member at tend the county union April 6 7, lay are ready for delivery, and orders aside trivial matters and contentions, taken for others, and prompt de get on a platform of true equity prin livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred ciples, coupled with brotherly love, Lillics, ioc each, 3 for 25 j Paper and interest in one another's welfare. White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for and in the good year, 101 1, you will 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, see our beloved order flourish and grow like a green bay tree planted Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; beside the river of waters. Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, First, last, and all the limn. I 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, shall remain yoiiis true for liquity, ioc each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, and the farming interest of our 20c doz. country in general. J. F. Doss, Chm. The Record 50c. per year. woik-shops, 6-s Na--- O4ieiiioioootoiootiiic(tioooaocioceoo90igooe iliilll Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more pleasure and abiding happiness Going To Paint ? If it's the house, barn, fence, kilchen (looV, walls, or anything else we will gladly tell yon what kind to use, quantity required, the cost, and how it should be applied. We have m your home than anything you can do about the home for which you will spend any such small amount in time and money as will be the expenditure in this work. "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" 1 "Manna's Lustro Finish" "Made To Walk On" in its color, never fadc3, po2itivcly durable because it 13 made of best materials. Old painted floors made to look like new in all beautiful shades, cuch as Mahogany, Antique Oak, etc. Makes old woodwork and old furnilurc as cood as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOU V FOR SALE BY b permanent Paints, Enamels. Stains and Varnishes for relinishing any shabby surface indoors or outdoors. Glad to show colors and offer advice whether you decide to paint or not. G. M. : DEXTER CO. GREENVILLE, KY. Greenville Milling' Co. Iiicoi-poi-utccl. GRl-1'NVILL-:- - KENTUCKY. MUHLENBERG COUNTY oicii(t(eoioiooetetoiitioeooott(et09eti(titn SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky, g Elmer IVlcCracketi Watchmaker and Jeweler s am opening a repair shop, complete modern equipment, in Roark's furniture store, ajul solicjt the patronage of the public in Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairs. Work given prompt antl careful attention, and best materials used. Also repair Guns, Revolvers, Typewriters, etc. All eed. work cr - Appreciating your past patron- age we solicit all or part of your ftitisre Banking business. TfiOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. I first-clas- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK - I GIVE ME A TRIAL GREENVILLE. KENTUCKY HTRECTORS W, AWickliffe. . W. G. Duncan, G E. Martin, R7 TTMHrtlnTEJ. PurycirT'CTlrMSW S T. Reynolds, Jr. , The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. General Insurance We represent ttie Home tfidt s, BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors all A writes Greenville, Kentucky dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tailors. We save you ntf less than $10 ON EACH SUIT you buy from us. We also do cleaning and pressing. Our club rate is 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial is all we ask. Telephone No. tar X Kinds of farm and SATURDAY BARGAINS FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER RlTRlil.ASJV I CiyE -- sAg-A RIZENOINE'S .. The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century BLUE ROSE-J- x The New Rose (Ylolet Blue) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of th Cwn- flower Blue, Rose. Yry qus antl hady. Free RftMnc WANT INSURANCE. SI!! 1 c.n" r fKjrirs Dcscrmtlon ana Price List 5C. SC. So GrccnlioiiKCH A CALL WHEN YOU t.. IMUKEBRANDT lwt vlr " Princeton, Ky. WATER VERMIN BURGLAR PROOT THP RIVCD lit-1 tiwnmt S"f,,;,,ao,Iul MRUi-AHri'iioo- Protection GRAVIS YAurvr fn. itioultl he employed u, every burial. Vuilet in nil sixes. ' ' ' The BAKER VAULT carried in slock by - - - . .j . n -- n iiojjje, .c. you can buy any of the I I t 1 . .W.;avsV1 They never need repairs, never need any rttcntion H feet except an 1 1 1 1 i IISL. Jl iine iiuc Champion Chemical I The J. L. ROARK ESTATE, nncl 01 l - uncrnl Greenville. Qhio.1 Ciifint Goods. Springfield, Every piece a occilunal coct of iSmi. Theie fireproof f tormpnx f r.nd suitable .r . mv . .1 f rL n f or mrmcr ucuuicut i.Mcrtaauon apply to at uuuumju. icr en ' 1 1 1 1 0 I m HEM B Carole MoRerc Willi W'c I frw.icJjjaaU-ikjjiI- T Conbtdinly Have ALL IZliS ia brock, cv.v v.- - Y. M. C. A. NOTliS. AN April II OPPORTUNITY and 12 ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro MAKES HOME BAKING EASY 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. Mmyal CeeAr Beofe-SO- The subject for next Sunday afternoon will be "Christ Before Pilate." We have only four more lessons in the Life of Chris't for our Sunday afternoon mccttues. They are all very interesting nnd excellent speak- -' crs are being secured for each one. Every man and boy is invited to bej present at these meetings. The following is a report of the work of the Association for the year from April 1, 1910, to April 1, 1911. These arc only the items which can be shown in figures. There is a great amount of work and cflorts which can not be shown in figures: Men's gospel meetings held 26, attendance 73j. Bible classes 16, attendance 12S. Week of prayer meetings 0, attendance 166. Committee meetings held 11, attendance 77. Socials held 3, attendance 343. Other organization meetings in V. M. C. A. 19, attendance 1994. Boy Scout meetings 19, attendance Arc The Dates. Miners Throughout the Country Cele- brate Thirteenth Anniversary of Hi: Inauguration of the Bight Hour Day in Mining Industry. O Roeopta-Fr- ee Sontl Name and Addresa. BAKING POWDER ROYAL CO., NEW YORK. I. (. R. U. LOCAL TIME CARD. Palm Sunday 9th. Granite sale at Briz's Saturday. SOUTH IIOUND. NO. Good morning! Arc you ready for ll.35nm 1.51pm 4.08 nm 7.15 pin LouUvllle Express 102 Cincinnati Express lOt Louisville Limited 136 Central City nccoui KO. 135 121 101 103 Easter? Mr. W. H. Gregory, of the Citizens' National Life Insurance Co., of Louisville, is organizing a new company, to be known as the Central National Life Insurance : Co. The services at the Presbyterian church are to be continued through the week, at least, with services afternoon and evenings, with considerable interest; Dr. Henderson is delivering some fine addresses. sooth nou.su. Pnducnh nud Cairo accom 5.15 nm Kul to 11 Accommodation 12.40pm 3.40 pm New Orleans Special . X. O. Spec. LouUvitlc pasm-- only).. 1.20 am W. G.CitAwroitD, Af?t JuneS, 1010. Sec Mc; he can fix it. Central City pays $25 per year for its fire plugs. Give us your job work. Union miners, practically throughout the United States, suspended work Saturday in observance of the thirteenth anniversary of the inauguration of the eight hour day in the Programs, conmining industry. sisting of music, addresses and parades, were .held in many sections. was established in The eight-hothe mining industry by an agreement between the operators and miners at a convention in Chicago January, 1S9S, and became effective of the same year. There April have been improved working conditions secured from time to time under contracts made by miners 131- and operators, and wages have been Number using gymnasium 294S. increased in accord with the inNumber of baths taken 2519. crease in cost of living. This secVisits to sick and injured 11. tion is well organized, and all are The average attendance of men delighted with the eight-hou- r plan. and boys in the game room per day is estimated at about 20 to 30. Modern Woodmen Day. There are 20 majjnzines and 3 newspapers of the highest grade on file in the reading room and they are used very freely by the members. The following is a financial report of the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the year ending April 1, April 28th is to be Woodmen Day 191 1. All M. W. in Muhlenberg county. ItHOBllTS. of A. Camps in the county are in871.70 Membcraulp fee 71(5.75 Subscriptions vited to meet in Greenville at 1 08 Bilituatlonat iloimitmciit o'clock p. m. April 28, 19 11. A Pliyxioal department Social department march on horseback through the Kent will be JU.S3 principal streets of the town OM Y. M. C. A. account S00.O0 followed by speeches and songs at llank notot iiMi Mitcotlnuuotib That night the the court house. $1000.7.1 Total class initiation will take place. JtXPKXDITUKBS. J 970.H7 Thirty applications have been reSalaries ceived up to this time, and no I'nrnltnro and repairs W7 Heat doubt the class of fifty for .which , Light 70.W Greenville Camp is pulling, will be Water 3B.ft) Educational department " gotten. 03.15 Fliyhical department 1 " :W-C- 0 1 71-- The Board of Directors of the Young Men's Christian Association met on last Tuesday evening and decided upon a budget for the year and set April n and 12 as the campaign days in wfiich to raise the desired amount. It is estimated that outside of membership fees and rental that it will take $1,000 to wipe out the matter of gymnasium equipment, which was not included in last year's budget, and furnish the running expenses for the year. It will be remembered that four of Greenville's citizens agreed to Iiqudatc a debt of $1300 on the building provided the rest of the citizens would furnish the running expenses for two years. The first year has been practically met and now for a rally and pull together for the second year and the agreement will be met. Mr. W. C. Paige of Louisville, who is State Field Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. will be here to aid in the campaign. He will meet with the Board on Monday evening to ascertain their plans and make suggestions for the two days campaign. President Win. H. Taft says: "It is about as hard to put money where it will do some good as it is to make it; you can put all you choose into the Y. M. C. A. and get the value of every dollar." 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. LIGHT UP FOR EASTER with electricity. The electric is the only light fit for the joyous season. If the fear of expense has kept you from using the modern light heretofore, come and we will show you that electricity costs no more than any other light and less than some not nearly so good. Greenville Lights Water Co. (INCOnrOlIATKD) Ollico Hours: 7.30 to 8 a. in. 11 1 to 12 a. in. Phone No. 251. 1.30 p. m. 4 to 5 p. m. to m1 J V. nh Pill, Mr.;T. 31- L. Roll is - - .ini-- utsvilil (Jjiiiu.thlum equipment Social department Iteliuioiitf department Mr. Leslie Hale spent Sunday in Ofllce expenses Laundry Hopkinsvillc with Mr. G. E. Countz- - Bank nutotf a f'lcf: He reports that Mr. Connrzkrr's Suit)lls for ueuural une.iiiV.. . V- .1Jsi mo...... aJffv '..JrvVy fV "7T 2112.10 18.15 7.55 fl.37 SiJ.ft! SOfcW) store ts tyne ac inc mtust r StloeostPiuron' MIsccltnneoiiH rBKSTOZiTSS.T Total "25.00 32.65 the state, and that it is already a Messrs. C. S.' Curd and P. G. cry busy spot in Christian couuty's ustling little city. Save your home by having your Barklcy Bros, do flues repaired. this work in best manner. Balance Ilalanec Unpaid subscriptions Dalance unpaid 21' iicoo.73 I IK W Give Joe Morgan your laundry. Total UNPAID HILLS. Record Freed Seutluel Lovell Bros, coal Co. towels It. Mnrtlu flMKlD Mr. Alfred Fentrcs, wife and son, of South Carrollton, drove over here list Sunday afternoon in their Ames They make frequent touring car. motor trips to different points hereabouts, and get great pleasure out of their car. Mr. Fentress says that Muhlenberg roads are not the best in the world, but that much pleasure can be gotten out of a modern automobile, and he con, There are many residences bcinc siders them a paying investment in planned by our people, and it is many ways. hoped they will be built, as there is a demaitrt for houses here that can- - L.. "u" Ti??Ll uirijuiiiiii "HUUeut- - . My new burr grist mill is in opcr- ers arc numerous, and resilience propcrty is a good investment forjation; call on your merchants for Also ready to the owner, as well as a good thing White Flint meal. for the town, as they would enable furnish the public with chicken feed us to increase our rapidly growing , and chopped corn, jl 2S population. J. A. Shaver. TaRe What Pill ? Why, si Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill, Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. of course. urea ut. iiuc: iucuicin iur over 13 years nnd find them excellent I Pills in the keep Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n house all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them, no matter how short a distance I am coing. I cannot praise them enoueh." Miss Lou M. Chitrcihll. 63 High St, Penacook, N. II. At all drugnlsts. 25 dotes 25c. MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind. o'.hcr purpose whatever. 2. That for and in consideration of the agreement by Mrs. Eunice Jones to improve sairjf, parcel of ground by building "a residence thereon and build suitable side walks in front of said property the Mayor and Councilmen are hereby authorized, directed and empowered to convey unto her the title of the City of Greenville to said parcel of ground. Adopted April 3, 191 1. J. W. Lam, Mayor, Oribn L. Roakk, Clerk. Mr. M. 13. McDonald has been confined to his home a few days by an attack of the grip, but is better, and will soon be out again. Needles for all sewing machines at Roark's. Mr. T. 13. Panncll, who has been. confined to his bed for two'woaks. now suflenng from sciatic 'rheum atism, and is having a serious fimc. He is suffering considerable pain, and has very little use of himself. Fresh, smoked and salted meats of all kinds at J. E. Coombs & Co's market. 050 Mr. Jesse Wallace was 'icported in very serious condition yesterday afternoon, and had for some hours been sinking perceptibly. Unless there should be a rally it is feared that he cannot long combat bis complications. Mrs. Jennie E. Roark has caladium bulbs for sale at to cents each. Telephone No. 108. Mr. Claude Baker is in Louisville, where he is spending a few days at Norton Infirmary undergoing an examination. For some time Mr. Baker has been suffering from a complication of ailments, and de- "" Jreen.tTaleCo soon sell his stock of general mer- Delegates to state convention SI.PJ 3.W . ltarkley, cemcutlnx Mr. C. W. Roark was in Owens-bor- chandise and move to some location 230.9!) Secretary's salary and Louisville on business yet to be selected. His location $851. IP Total several days this week. in the Jones building will be taken The item of gymnasium equip by Mr. Sidney Fred, who is at pres "Uneedit," a new drink, at Tay- - ent in the Lam building. ment amounting to $232.10 was as f r ior ce rooie s arug store. sumed by the Board because the For pure drugs, etc., call on Ladies' Auxiliary was unable to inset An auiomooue on tnc sirccis or I'aylor & Poole, druggists. This was not intheir obligation. cluded in the Board's budget and i this city attracts as much attention as a circus parade, almost. Mr. James Tinsley contemplates therefore explains the deficit. the purchase of a pair of bloodRespectfully submitted, Farmers arc improving every hounds. This should prove a good Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors, minute of the time, and few of investment, as there are many de Jno. T. Reynolds, J k. Trcas. them are in town these days. mands for these dogs, almost every week efforts, are being made, by Frauk Green Goes to Drakesboro J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef parties to secure dogs to assist in Bank. hides. Highest cash price. the apprehension of somecvil doer. Mtr.-- Frank Green, who has been The city council was in regular The largest line of the best baby assistant cashier of the farmers' .monthly session at city hall Monday carriages in town .are on display at State .llank, at this, place, has ac , night. Nothing but routine busi-nes- s Roaik's. cepted the position of cashier of was transacted. the Citizens' Bank, at Drakesboro, Mr. J. C. Jonson, who has been and entered upon the discharge of Mi. and Mrs.' J. L. Rogers have in Dade City, Fla., is now touring his duties the first of the week. Mr. ; a new boy, J. L. Jr., born last FrJ the allieator state and will visit Qreen is a valuable man, is widely and he is receiving other points of x day morning, interest in the South, known and held in the highest conr, lhe qsijal attention givena new guest arriving home about the middle of fidence, and he will draw new busi the month. He reports that he has ness to thjs growing institution. Have Barkley Bros, repair your been having a fine time hunting and - .flues, and prevent a fire loss. House and Land for Rent. fishing and enjoying the splendid climate, aad that his health is con Mr. A. K. McCracken is busy at . . . . siderably improved. ' u. 1115 ucucu, iiuu uuuub wiiiun uuu jewelry repair work of all kinds un Telephone that grocery want to der a guarantee of satisfactory ex Joe Morgan and get the best goods ecution. at lowest prices. 0 o . 1 1 1 1 - Mrs. W. C. Jonson and son, W. Mr. A. Barker, who has been in C. Jr., are in Paducah on a visit to business here for some time, will (Mrs. Jonson's parents. 30.00 X0 JUST RECEIVED ny Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper COME SEE THEM There will be no strike of tele graph operators on the I. C. rail way system, as the company and its men reached an agreement last week in Chicago, an increase of about to being granted. The per cent. operators were asking an increase of 25 per cent. Every one is grati tied over the settlement, as a strike would have hampered transportation to a great extent. CITY ORDINANCES. An ordinance closing and vacating a portion of Hopkinsvillc street at its intersection with Wing Alley anil at the North-cas- t cornet Caladium bulbs for sale by Mrs Jennie E. Roark at 10 cents each " Cities, towns and villages all over the country are planning "clean up Mr. D. M. Roll and bride return days," in which the men women help the ed home Monday, after a trip o and children arc asked to regular force of street cleaners some weeks through the South They will soon be at home on Cher bpokanc, Wash., lias over 50,000 volunteers, and heads the list of all ry street. American cities. They do things Telephone No 5 and your laundry in the West, and in many Ways are winning out over other parts of the will be called for and delivered. country. The snow of about an inch last A Bissell carpet sweeper will Friday morning was a surprise to last longer than 40 corn brooms most everyone. It lasted only few hours, and did no damage to costing from $12 to $15; the sweep crs cost ?3 to $5.75. See them at fruit or vegetation. Roark's, and have other advantages AU telephone 'ordufs promptly than the money-savin- g features ex Taylor iz Poole, druggists, plained. nlled. The Captain Roark property, room house, stable, fiuc water, sever al acres of land, ready for cultivation located just outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Ap ply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, County Judge J. J. Rice, County Attorney T. O. Jones and County Court Clerk H. L. Kirkpatrick were in Frankfort this week, appearing before the state board of supervisors, which had raised our county 10 per cent, on real and peisonal property, and 15 per cent, on city lots. Mr. Cam Howard Ciy attorney, representing the city in the same capacity. ?J.L. ROARK ESTATE thereof. The City Council of the city of Greenville do ordain as follows: That whereas, there is a portion of Hopkinsvillc Street in the City of Greenville at its intersection with Wing Alley in said city, and at the North cast corner of said intersec tion and which portion of said street is particularly bounded and de scribed as follows: Beginning at a post, corner to Mrs. Kunice Jones, corner of this being the South-wes- t lot No. .ji in the plat of the City ol Greenville; running thence S. 10 30 F. .J3 ft. with the Fast line of Wing Alley to a stake at the junction of Wing Alley and Hopkinsvillc street; thence N. 54 30 F. 88 ft. with the line of Hopkinsvillc street to a stake; thence N. 61 45 i. with the line of Hopkinsvillc street to a stake in Mrs. Jones' line; thence S. 77 30 W. 106 ft. to the beginning, containing 1 7.7,9 .square ft., more or less, which sajjportion is no longer used nor occupTe3'.by the City of Grccn-vill- e of any street, alley or passway'.uor can same be used as a part of cither Hopkinsvillc street or Wing Alley by said city, nor for any purpose whatever, therefore from and after the passage and publica tion of this ordinance said parcel of land above described shall be closed; and vacated as a part of the streets and alleys of the Citv of 'Greenville and closed and vacated for a.ny cided to put himself under examination of experts. It is hoped that he may soon be able to return home. Farm Land Wanted, section of farm land, 20 to 60 acres, located convenient to cityj ready for cultivation; improved or nnim proved; will pay reasonable cash price. Address N. O. 21, care The Record, Greenville, Ky. f 16 A Hear varied selections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selectiors, speeches bands, orchestras, instrumental solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from $10 to $100. Victrolas $75 to $250. Large library of records and all kinds of talking machine supplies. Best work, prompt service: give your laundry to Joe Morgan, who will appreciate your patronage. Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank, for candies, books, sundries, cigars tobacco, etc. f3 lggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeOrart and Tompkins strains, 75c. and $1 pfcr setting. S J. Landi.5, Qreenvillc, Bvy. ROARK Fimiture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Itcrimplng the salary given to a first class buttcrmaker is like planting cheap seed corn at $1 a bushel woeu first class seed could be secured for from $3 to $(. Wo have known of creamery companies losing thousands of dollars by just such a policy as this "penny wise and pound foolish" kind. t Wrpper, &r tfti &)x &)i Slippers, Gr&ve Vavilts. h &; tftx ftx (ffc Disinfection ROARS f)r ttitr HOW SHE KEEPS BHAUTIFUL. The Mystery Solved. Liko ilio flowcra that bloom in tho npring the young girl just budding into womanhood id an inspiring sight and tiho is usually beautiful if she is Hho stays beautiful healthy. just so long as her health and constitu-lio- n remain good. Let her be nervous, have backache, sleepless nights, and how soon doea it Uko for wrinkles, crow's feet and dark circles to appear in the face? Her checks v.cYc rosy until she began to suffer frrm woman's weaknesses and (be constantly recurring pains and drains brought her quickly from the Ixtuitiful ago to tho premature middle age. It was not meant for women to suffer so it is due to our unnatural, but civilized method's of living, and to (ho fr.ct that so many neglect (hoso pmnll ills winch soon lend up t larger ones. Nothing so drags a woman down na three constantly recurring prr;udj when eIjo suffers mem ami more from a chronic condition that can bo easily cured. No woman 6hould Uko na alcoholic compound for (hat, will disturb digestion, and tho food is quickly compacted and becomes hard and tough m contact with alcohol, rendering the food indigestible. Sho must go to Naturo for a cure. The native Indians of early limes wcro far from wrong when (hey called a marvclonsly effective medicinal plant "Squaw root" what tho physician? of our day called Caulophyl-lur- a or Bliio Cohosh. This and Black Cohosh, Golden Seal, Lady's Slipper, ond Unicorn root, are important ingredients of a wonderfully successful remedy in modern times, namely, Prescription. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Having inado a specialty of the diseases of women in the early sixties Dr. Picrco soon found that a glyceric extract of (hese roo(s with Hydrastis or Golden Real and Lady's Slipper root, combined in just (ho right proportions, inado the very best tonic and euro for tho distresWhere sing complaints of women. women suffered froia backache, weakness, nervousness and lack of sleep, it was usuallv duo to functional trouble, therefore this proscription directed at the cause cured OS per cent, of such cases. That is why Dr. Picrco soon put it up in a form easily to be procured all over (bo United States. Aching from bond to foot that la tho condition that nfilicta somo women at stated periods backache, dizziness, nnd pains almost unbearable. An hon-nand a safe remedv which no woman can afford to lose the opportunity of trying tor the euro ot tbeso distressing complaints which weaken a woman's vitality is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. Pierce not only assures vou that his "Favorite Prescription" is honestly made, but he lets you know just what it contains. The host of medical authorities rcconi-raon- d and extol tho virtues of tho nlriva tnsredlPiits in "Favorite Prescription.'.' uuJ SI Ti Trnfaca lliu c . Materia Medlca, ltenmHtviiecncaTn-leg- e, Chicago, says of Golden Seal : "It is an Important remedy in disorders of tho womb. In all cttaHial conditions." Of Lady's Slipper ot ho says: "Exorcises special influence upon nervous conditions depending upon disorders of tho female organs; relieves pain, etc." Prof. John King in the AiiBittcAN Uispensa.-tok- v, says of IJ'.ack Cohosh root: "This i a very active, powerful and useful remedy."' Plays a very important part in diseases of women; In the painful conditions incident to womanhood. In dysmenorrhea- it Is surpassed by no other drug, being of greatest utility in irritativo and congcstlvo conditions." "Its action Is slow, but Its effects aro permanent." "For headache, whether congestlvo or from neuralgia or dysmenorrhea it Is promptly curative. Dr. John Fyfe, of Saugatuck, Conn., Editor of tho Department of Therapeutics in Tub Ei.kctio Review says of unicorn root (UclunUis DMcn), ono of tho chief ingredients of Dr. Pitrco's Favorite Proscription: "A remedy which Invariably acts as a uterino (womb) and always favors a condition which makes for normal activity of tho roproductivo system, cannot fail ontiro to bo of groat usefulness and of tho utmost Importance to tho general practitioner of medicine." "In Helonias wo havo a medicament which moro fully answers the ubovo nurposos Hum any other druu with which I am acqualntal.to In tho treatment of women it is seldom diseases peculiar that a case Is seen which does not somo indication for this rcme-iS agent." per-fict- lv st ); &)x tr Ms .fir &tr )r Mi 153; Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most on the spot where we are now located. right '4 CEEKEEPiNG U ON FARMS. Chsnee Dt:a Yield Good Prsf.ts. As ti vlieth-- r it wi:l uy flic nvor-nt- f fjiniHT to koep b ami produce honey o'i hi place I would wty thai will depend somewhat on circumCivsn l!r.:f partition fence may prove a source of good will and neighboiihicss or enmity, depending upon whether the respective owners do or do not meet their obligations connected therewith. The same principle works out much the same with a number of other matters of everyday life which might li named. A m Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services are 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. stance, writes J. drain county. Ho. House of Auam sure it would pay any liorticultui'lat to keep lee oven if lie never got any honey from tb'Mn. an they arc a jsreat aid i cans-in- s the fertilization of fruit bloom. Many times one can secure some honey from bees kept In gums or bosoa. but If boos are kept in modern Improved movable frame hives, rightly attended to. they pay au profit. In fact. I know of nothing on a plaee that will yield as sood a profit as bees, as one not only gets the benefit of them In fruit growing, but sometimes they yield 'iOU pounds per colony of honey. 1 have had them do this in three different seasons, and many have done better than that, some kept by Illinois farmers V. 1 sur-Hu- The one great advantage that western states have over central and eastern Is In the nearly ideal conditions which prevail during the harvest season of small grain and forage crops. Keen use of this it is possible to leave small grain standing weeks after it is lit to cut and to take alfalfa from the stack us bright end green as the day it was made. Whatever may be the net result of investigation into congressional ulTair so far as the P.allliigur-IMncho- t either man or Mio piddle welfare is concerned, it ls nevertheless a fact that a good deal of information Is being made public; which Is not only Interesting but highly entertaining to the public and of a type, by the way. whioh certain Interested mining, rail way and timber syndicates would quite likely a great deal nit her have kept in the dark. the. A very simple preventive of the co:i- met ion of diseases, chlelly typhoid, from an Impure water supply lies in bringing to a boiling point all water which Is used for drinking purposes or taken into the mouth for the washing of the teeth or gargling of the throat. Such treatment of water will destroy any disease germs which it may contain. Of course such precautious will avail but little ir the family mltk supply Is taken from cans which ore rinsed .with cold water from the same foul well. t & 9L 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. 4 2 Si SL We J. L. ROARK Estate SL SL ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager & SL SL Hit if P $j URNITURE UN ERA L I3?9 Long Distance D EALERS Telephones: JREC TORS Heme 103 tstai)!is!ied Store ?; j&&i jmm &x &j Sfto&r m &j $j & t && cii(ftf(itOiteiiiiiiieiitii(l Greenville Livery Go. BAREOUR HEAD, Manager 1 Save $75! BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR BEEQIYKS ON" ILLINOIS t'Altll. ami others. Of course It takes an expert t H so wtL but what can do dihers tinrr-rnr-in uku eueuui stances. 2so one need get the Idea because iie docs not know how to handle bees like an expert that Ite cannot do anything, because It the bees are given half a chaucc they may do pretty well anyway. Whether lu the case of neighbors or members of the same household, it holds that when two people set out to see how mean they can be they seem to succeed, each surpassing the other by a good lap every turn in the game, to the Increasing wrath and'dlscom-lltur- e On of both inirtios concerned. ouo tli o- otlyy; i.n1 re n in Will fit rr.1T: one another lu consideration and kindness lite results are also cumulative. being edifying rather than destructive and contributing substantially to the cause of human happiness and decent living. liatiilr..b--U'-Jit,aLl1.1 n-- LI I I LI FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only $25. The regular price is Sioo. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of S25. Books and stationery arc included. No time limit. If not ready now, buy one for future use. r k :s not do well Js grown. on I know of no reason why bees would on any place where fruit d Of course bees do not fruit growing to secure a 'crop oMioucy, but It is a great aid to them" in early spring (to stimulate them and get them started to raising young beesj to have a large number of them to gather the nectar a ljttle later in the season when it does come. What I mean in imrlieular N where fruit grows dowers will grow also, and where there is a' fair variety of wild (lowers growing Is a good place for bees. To get the best resit I Is from bees. In securing honey after putting them in movable frame hives ami having the cooii so built that the beekeeper can iiMiiove these combs and thus know all about tb condition of his bees, moths If they should get into the hives, divide (he bees when acres-saror add them up Jr. necessary and make a gre.it many manipulations. The beekeejier should give them the great beiicflt of comb foundation to start on. which mit only secures straight eomln; in the frames, but also keeps the liees from building so much drone comb, which (hey will do it left to themselves. -c An inspection of the root system of a mature alfalfa plant enables one to realise at once that disking and harrowing a Hold well established for the purpose of killing out grass and weeds could not possibly destroy the stand. One alfalfa farmer whose case was reported to us the other day went over such a Held with a 'spring tooth har row, then disked the piece and follow ed this with seveml dragglngs. which left the soil as mellow as would be required as a seed bed for small grain, hardly any alfalfa crowus showing at the (ime (he process of renovadou was liuiBlicd. 'Hint it did not damage the Held a bit was shown in Ids netting (he best alfalfa crops that season that he had had in years. FIRST CLASS LIVERY SERVICE HIGH GRADE CLOSED CARRIAGES Feed and hitch business solicited, and given careful attention Telephone No. 182 Day or Night A PKICIPAti -- rA invlg-orat- CZ30EID1 IC HOE There would seem to be slight excuse for shoddy and Indifferent farm-luwhere land Is in communities worth from $00 to 100, and far less excuse for this typo of management In fruit valleys where land is priced at from $."00 to Sl.oOO an acre, yet notwithstanding ibis just such fellows Lkk4AJj. 60 YEARS' are too often run across, and Ihe query experience that naturally arises in the mind of E the newcomer from the sections of lower priced land is what the owners Varitsstad Alfalfas. Within recent years alfalfa has of such abused and neglected proper'forged to (lie front as a forage plant ties can be thinking of. The situation lu ihe United States with extraordi- as indicated simply goes to show that nary rapidity. In fact. It may now lie whether in- sections, of low or high Designs priced land it Is. after all. the type of considered one of our most important COPYRIGHTS SC. crop plants, it is grown to some ex- management rather than favorable or Anronoecndlrji R!.tlrh nnd description maj oulckly mi r.r ( pinion free whether an tent: in all seel ions, bur It is only in unfavorable climatic and soil condiInvention is pruhnilr t'ttoiitnmo. Communion, HANDBOOK on IMtcnUj may prevail that is respousi llimsninctlrno'il''i'l for tin western half of the country that tions that gent free Oldest ncurr iccnnns patents. l'ntcnu taken llir iiuU Munn & Co. rccolvo It takes rank as a leading forage crop, hie for the measure of success acliiev tjxclal notice, without ch.irco. In tho lu r.jokt parts of (ho west the ordinary ed In the great majority of cases. alfalfa appears to be well adapted to TjiivosC cirprevailing conditions, but for A handsomely Illustrated neokljr. Tho osrcllenl stale experiment staculation of any sciontltlc Journal. Terms, 13 e where drought resistance is imiMirtnnt year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. tions scattered over the country and and along our northern Iwrder. where maintained by taxes which come out RIUfiN & Co.30lB"dKew York ability to stand extremes of cold is of the pockets of every property own Urcncn OGJco. t2S V 8t Wartunitton. I), (J, essential, it has been found very.de-tdidbi- e er are doing a most valuable work to secure improved strains. along the several Hues to which they The species of alfalfa ordinarily are giving attention, but their useful grown bears violet colored llowers. ness could be measurably increased and Its seed pods are coiled iuto close would agriculturists and hortlcullur Florals. Persia was probably (lie orig- Jsts refer to the experts in charge inal l.jnie of this species. There Is. than they do mailers on whirl lKwerer, nuother specie of alfalfa Information would be valuable. For (o lake Cardul, for your femalo growiug wild in Siberia and throughInstance, most all of (he experiment troubles, because wo are sure It out the greater part of Europe which will test and report on the vill help you. Remember that bears, yellow llowers and whose seed stations contained in grass seed, will Impurities this great iemalo remedy pods are sickle shaped. The prostrate test stock foods. Ihe vitality of corn and poor seed bearing qualities stems seeds, will identify the funand other of tills species are obstacles to its use gous and Insect enemies of fruit Ireoa WINE! mil forage plant. It Is. however, very as well as noxious weeds ami give drought resistant and is able to stand OF of eradication and Ttry low temperature without winter brief methods of other questions that dozens killing: K has brought relief to thousands of management. Whore (he yellow (lowered alfalfa arise in everyday farm jlner sick vomcn, so vhy not to Experiment statlous are established grows alongside Holds of ordinary al yon ? For headache, backache, public, and the falfa (here Is a (ondency for the b)h- - for flte use of the periodica! pains, female weak(ik (o cross and produce hybrids coin more frequent Ihe demands made upon ness, many Jmve ssld tt Is "the bluing some of (he qualities of huth them for Information ami, (heir best medtchio to take." fry U I i.Kcies anil bearing both viulet and the more fully do they perform , vellow llowers. In (his way have been mission. 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