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I I 41 t ftit ID Rfi iX t AdvertLring Costs NothIngs I I It pays for itsCU The investment is lUre of returns Get our rates 1R KiU1t IDmf l jfEgKH iC S 4 WeS I k Record r 1 f l j iI Jll m lttcorbI 1rivw IJ IJ l- v rlf J t i It Muhlenberg County J r is rich in cOal irontimber potters clay etc and the field in KeQ apital iifX iiI1 a most inviting tucky for investment and pluck GREENVILLE KY TIIURSU MARCH 20 1002 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCELINO 7 I TT Preventing Decay of the Teeth The liability of the teeth to decay varies in different persons but it is S seldom that even the weakest teeth could not be saved by cleanliness The beginning of decay in a tooth consists In the eating out of the lime in the enamel by lactic acid This acid is the result of fermentation of the starchy food particles left be tween the teeth or between the loosened gum and the neck of a tooth In order to prevent its formation the mouth should be rinsed after cachvnieal with an antiseptic wish A solution of borax in luke warm water makes a serviceable mouth wash and there are ninny other kinds to be had in the drug stores nut a word is L Accessary here An astringent mouthwash contrary to the usual is not good for longcontin ued use for it may cause retraction of the gums and consequent loosen ing of the teeth The teeth should be brushed at Icastityiice andin the even i n s uc had better be jv etitifrices act mechanically f scour or chemically y v ihatjs they cleanse and purify by kiMrjg disease germs or they may Yctrtfbtfr mechanically and chemi v v fi cally Most ot tncm contain antis Yieptir substances and usually some Jfrices due to precipitated chalk 1rK1magnesia with some aromatic give a pleasant taste Sometimes powdered charcoal or a or eftark na cnii fU puii fcggyasuibi as soap thymol or rbora cicfacid AvftVr theuse of any dentifrice the mouth should be thoroughly rinsed in orifrVtcvrehiove all solid paiti cl From between the teeth or be ncath the edge f the gums The coarser food particles should be re movcdin private after each meal by means of a quill or wooden toothpick dental floss silk or a small rubber band In addition to this personal at f tention one should have the mouth inspected every year or by a dentist that the tarter may be re moved and any possible decay de tccted and treated Illustrated and Descriptive 4 Booklets 5 The following excellent prepared by the Chicago Northwestern Ry will be Sent free Jtto any address upon receipt of pos tage named 1 The information contained therein is of great value to those who i xpcct to travpl either for pleasure profit All of the publications are handsomely illustrated wjthhalf tone views r iftrn Hunting and fishing acts Colorado Illustrated acts NViseonsiif J1 Beautiful Country near QWr v M J5 r to ilysiiicss 2CtS Qopper and Iron and 2Ctsvv is tnd Imva acts ify jnilni i ides on Western Line fiIndrin The Nirth ewj founted U S Wall 40x5 4fjn colors 15 cts V B Kniskcrn G P T AHhjci g i hfhrthvesternflly 12 VJ it jv CHicago f ir 1Job printing r Added office force puts us in better shape than ever to do promptly what you want in job printing and we wilt be especially glad to have all such orders under y promise of best stock and most tas V jfifXecuUbn equipment and stationery stock are not equaled in this Kctioo t ofcaution belief l a Ice used t1iatlS they 5rl scouring properties denti I added Jto J to gi mot grit Iwtlesindl Li I a1 cr or tA Jth tifr JSontai dcanl s iir cf i oft n i I I I 1 Jt j f r P1ruiresqlewe 2cts I iIL u4 ts cts lAcruss Pitttrisqllp ll1i i Th j itst i lhJ f rlf tC w I 90 ts It N p I Jess 7 to even- 1 t 1to I ff V 0 t4 d i flrf f r 14L t k z r 1 t I day a T t 0 of are I pumiceisadded it may enamel wokwn4 aththejuni and 1iftitfromtIie A both a Y I a 4 i S Frees publications 4iI S S Illustrated r j LI IIIII S p S 7 1 j i Nnth IadIantrthes M 4 t 2LJI C b I Our b t S 7 k Dr Gladden on the Social Vices It is always a relief to turn from the doleful predictions and imprac tical theories of irrational reformers to the wholesome and sensible of Dr Washington Gladden the wellknown sociologist preacher Dr Gladden is not the less in his attack on social vices and evils because practical As an as sailant of gambling whether in the drawingrooms of the upper classes or in the resorts of the professional gambler Dr Gladden yields the palm to no one in earnestness and unequivocal utterance On the that may be traced to the sa loon Dr Gladden is equally bold in denunciation But Dr Gladden recognizes that these vices cannot be entirely eradicated by denunciation He has never belonged to the ranks of those who believe that vicious or depraved instincts can be legislated out of men While advocating rational legislative restraints for the of society and social order he has always magnified the importance of ethical training as a basis for right citizenship Regarding polite forms of modern gambling Dr Gladden said in his address to the students of Yale The artificial and luxurious life of our modern society is the heart of the trouble The overvaluation of style and fashion the undervalua tion of the happiness that consists of plain and simple living We are not called upon to condemti specu lation as essentially immoral but it is plan that principles on which it rests and the motive to which it appeals lower than which areHnvolyed in lcgiti mate trade he eyUi ftgambling- isisu to 4lisiu ito the faniblets ciiaricter in makT VgVhTraj industry When it comes to the evil of the saloon Dr Gladden takes his stand with Bishop Potter of New York and other rational reformers who mam that it is the bounden duty of those who abolish the saloon to see that something better takes its place Concerning the saloon keeper he said The time has come for America to grapple with this problem and it might be for our reformers to stop denouncing the saloonkeeper enough to get acquainted with him He has furnished a resort to which the people like to come and feel at home they must beat him at his own game Whether a substitute for the saloon is possible or not it requires but a snperficial knowledge of men in their social manifestations to ap preciate the fact that those who seek to abolish it should offer in its place something that will supply as far as possible the opportunity for social expression that is pre sented by the saloon Get old newspapers at this office Thousands for sale jit foe per 100 The IndiaiV and the Northwest A handsomely illustrated book just issued and containing pages of interesting historical data relating to the settlement of the great Northwest with fine halftone engravings of Black Hawk Sitting Bull Red Cloud and other noted chiefs battle ten colored map plates showing lo cation of the various tribes datinc buck to i Ceo A careful review of the book impresses one that it is a to the history of thesf early pioneers and a copy be in every library Price cents per copy Mailed postage prepaid upon of this amount by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago Ills 9 The editor of The Financier of New York notes that the bankers who advertise in a way to reach the general public and not simply to attract the attention of financiers increase their deposits rapidly that no uptodate banker who is in the business to make money can afford to neglect popular advertising He finds that a growing number bankers now use space in the news papers optimism andalderman vigorous ices andcourageous then arc dc J ely pq iJ A1 Jrtt l same a I J 15 Cus ers groundand yaluedcontributiQn s lh1 25 re eipt Qf Atil ife Ji II L I protec- tiOn Those wise Great Activity in Steel Evidence of the phenomenal now being enjoyed by this country is perhaps most marked ta the steel industry There is no other industry in the entire list which has been subject io greater fluctuations in the past Periods of activity and depression have fol lowed one another in rapid success ion so that it has been frequently difficult to decide which has had the greater ascendency The existing prosperity has been of longer duration than any similar period that has preceded it Not only so but it is certain to ontin ue for the rcmaimirr of the sent year at least all the mills have already booked orders at profitable prices which will keep them running a t their utmost capacity for the remainder of the twelve months Much of the credit for present conditions is given by those most intimately acquainted with existing conditions to the United States Steel Company It has exerted an influence which has had a steady ing effect on the market It has prevented enthusiasts from running away with the market when the op portunity seemed to be most favor able for the booming process to be resorted to and this would certainly have been followed in turn by a crash which would have been felt not by steel interests alone but to the utmost bounds of the industrial situation While the socalled trust has held prices at a point which liberal profits it has prevented them from beings put at a figure which would speed ly have become prohibitive and brought about collapse and disaster In considering ofv v market ribone can fail to ff L v with rid situation J He jiiifttJa fi e fully 40 percent ufKitfe g iron of the countryin rails roll ing stock and the many other arti that enter into the railroad con struction and operation Without the raiboads the steel industry would speedily sink into compara tive ensigni licence The railroads however appear to be entering upon a period of exten sions such as has been unknown for ten years at least These exten sions will create a still greater de mand for steel products than now exists so that from whatever aspect the situation may be viewed there is no end in sight to the prosperity which the steel industry is enjoying And this activity will doubtless be felt in all allied industries A Good Thing German Syrup is the special pre scription of Dr A Boschee a cele brated German physician and is ac knowledged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles of the sevcrcstua ture removing as it does the cause of the affection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experimental medicine but has stood the test for years giv ing every case which its rapidly increasing sale every sea son confirms Two million bottles sold annually Boschccs German introduced in the United States in 1868 and is now sold in every town and villiage in the civilized world Three doses any ordinary cough Price 75 cts Get Greens Special Almanac at Prescription Drugstore Old papers at this office at ioc per zoo Roarks trimming room is com fortable at all times The fire is kept up night and day and convenience provided for the public Dangers of Pneumonia- A cold at this time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the patient has recovered the lungs are weakened making them peculiar susceptible to the development of consumption Foleys Honey and Tar will stop the cough heat and strengthen the lungs and prevents pneumonia La grippe coughs yeild quickly to the wonderful tive qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There is nohting else just as good prosperity re showedexceedingly thc ondition the steel thc elat1o s at 1tdlt tl satisfactionin Syrupwas willrelieve Countzl rs eer ra J i because be struck which production des Vacation For your summer outirtg allow us to suggest Colorado famous khe for its t j j inr vigorating climate si mountain scenery anti 4i tircsque summer resorts which t located along the line of the I t rr Rio Grande Railroad i u Scenic Line of the world low excursion rates and tour tickets arc on sale during he summer months via this line to a the prin cipal points of interest I he Den ver Rio Grande R with its numerous branches p thc guat State or Colojra Vis seven difttient On tours through the Rocky Mountains one of which in particular isthe famous mile tour for 2800 which comprises more noted scenery than any similar trip in the pass ing the following points of interest La Veta Pass Tolted Gprge Indi an Manoos Canon Rico Lizard HQacTPass or Las Animas Canon ilvcrton Ouray Cimarron Canon Black Canon of the Gunnison Marshall Pass and the Royal gorge This trip can be comfortably made in five days but at least tendays ought to be devoted to it so may view at leisure the principal sights Very low rates are also on sale to Salt Lake City Utah If you con template a trip through Colorado or Utah let us send ypuome beau tifully illustratecl brfrtW to K Hooper G P I worldover p ice J tr circle thirty 1000 Reservations Duran th tone v Denver ASK YOUR Gao t t c ra I word free- S Cob tret NEW fAST DENVER Mil Its XebraskaColoraa express now leaves St Louis 215 arrives Denver 31i p in ncxttluy hours quickerTravelers arriving St Louis in the morning have a half day for business or visiting in the Worlds Fair at 315 p m next they Denver with the afternoon that before leaving for the coast via Scenic Color ado No other through train to Den ver offers such a remarkably conven ient schedule The other Denver train leaves St Louis yOO p in Personally Ex cursions from St Louis Wcdnes sicq urs l To the KM fewest The Express is the great daily train St and Kansas Cityto Montana Washington Tacoma Seattle Port land The Burlington runs the l equip ped trains to Kansas t Omaha St PnuU HnnpapqlJs Denver Write us of your and let us advise ybtt the least cost send you printed matter free etc V M neon L W WAKELEV TPA 004 Pine St Gen Fassr Agt HOWARD ELLIOTT den Mgr ST LOUIS MO Tile i Heatt tZt1SRRIIftrltlfItMLLS BURLI6it S n are in day night in through tourist I To the cst 5 Miuste 4st 1d- Piirlna SthbrcI5 il- TII Pcifc West Joscp BETWEEN LOUEVILLB BEST LINE TO AND THE VAST Two train dalljtc t Sunday LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATIpN nnnar ars Palace Drawing Rcomb Sleepers i amC C le1fi0 C lifornia NORTII toO FRENCH LlCK Uli1its1fAfJON j CHICAGO r EH pACQ P4SUo y L j J WEST 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this section and have every uptodate feature for conducting the busi ness expeditiously Our embalmer practices the most expert and scientific methods and has never had an unsuccessful treatment He is subject to call anywhere Prompt service of day or night Latest design Hearse in service Near Postoffice GREENVILLE KY GASH FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE I NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED I If you hare a farm residence boalnrM mineral timber or other property to c h BeM brief price and I will map out a sure practical a quick mole This plan for wblrfc I make no charge will be adapted to your Individual requirement coBtalnlntoriBaimiotnre Intern to buyers and real miMe unique tuetfeodN wM want cab your property 1 am not an ordinary atenu 1 aa a itpeeiat l t la Undine cask buyers lamaapcdallat Inrvftl witale adrcrttetng I teach more pro j eUre buyer each month any other man In the world It does not matter where your property le or whether la worth 500 or 1500060 or whether It Ui where you live or lu sums other pelt be sure to description and selling price aa tbe plan whlck I will Mttwilt fM SUIt be made to exactly the property W M OSTMNDER 144 Worth American iMJWtaf PM4 4clpMat Fa notice Buggies Wagons Farming Implements Machinery Guns Re volvers etc We make a specialty of fine horse shoeing Any kind of shoe made to order AH work guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refund ed B RBYNOLDS Louisville Ry The most centrally locatedand only firstelais Hotel in the making a 2 ta e One block from theprincipal shopping and two blocks froni the three principal theatres Street pass the doors the city and clean i if CLEARANGB SALE attoer at doet and below to cleaor the racks paper in except this seasons s To have wy ways is our If will aid us in determination goods low prices will be pleading to you There are J3 pat but you j lucky if youfetany of them j I I I i i qualitiesBurial 1 ti A I any hour I ROARK i J t f Id JI o than l8On to bu t loun4 t cksfktt11 till kinds of repairIng Jorte on slJ I 7 I j city i district carS of Everything 9 Now good os our n e 1 i 1 i j R ktr1I toa 11 I Ne rP 04 Jr I R coffins I T i sell for or will sloemend and n copy Mtrandt both ofwMa v i of the counlr7 tile who wuila b Write Iod aa a o r I 4 w1 kOkA j to all part neat oJ the excellent 7 1M4ThiStre f L TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COCUMBERLAND Long distance lines and of ehabldybUtd talk ilmoit in Southerh Indian Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We ccn put you In satisfactory comniunlcatloh with tIme teoplo of this gr at section ofthe country V solicit your patronag Rates Equipments and facilities unsur passed u t this qul and reasonable IMES E CALDWELL LELAND HJME rp J1J rL 4 1t o t o t P t tf W11mI4nOsl5asar Ne7AutUni3r rwrae 4- S THE RECORD An Independent Newspaper rilBLllKBD THlTKtDlY BT RECORD PRESS OWBN RlCC- JTenldent Onus L ROAXI Secretary OKIKN I ROAKK EDITOR Ofttce In Second Story of the 50 CERTS Kfc IK AIYAIKL THURSDAY MAR 20 190Z TERMS to which It IB paid the paper will be topped Cant of thank obituary noticed etc If not longer than ten publlnhrd free A charge of 5o per lint will lie made fur Hnevee l linen No of thin rule to anyone free numple copies will be mailed Advertisement will be Inserted A rule card will be fnrnlwhed on request Address nil communication and make all re mlttnnccH payable to RECORD freenvllle Ky Entered nt the Oreenvllle Ky pontofHce art matter MR BRYAN still thinks that the voice is more mighty than the pen Tint convalescents at the Omaha smallpox pesthouse are allowed to play pingpong The authorities should remember that this is very contagious and sometimes deadly TilE Boers have lately been cap turing from the British great nuns hers of the mules which we sent over there If these can be trained on the enemy there is no doubt about the outcome of the war CHICAGO has furnished some noted criminals but one of the quaintest characters ever produced was a thief captured there last week carrying- on his back a broadclothc casket which he had stolen A policeman t thought the action of the man very singular and the thiefs explanation was preparing for death did j not go with the bluecoat and- S the fellow was arrested An under 4 U taker soon appeared claimed and proved his goods and the judge concluded that the fellow would live for at least six the workhouse Reflections of n Bachelor economic women 7rav hair alFturn white There is no surer way tofa womans heart than to eat bountifully of everything she prepares It takes considerable effort for a young couple to do as much talking about their love affairs as the out side folks give the matter Cupid is not so elated over the progress in electrical science that insures a steady glow to the incan descent bulb It is a coward who believes in the motherinlaw jokes in the comic papers and hesitates A who daily tells the who likes to hear it that her has license thereby to many things she may not c x Water plays an important part in matrimony It is not a long period between skating and boating sea Best mechanical work latest faces of type largest stock of paper This office is able to give you best ser vice in its job printing department Asthma In popular usage asthma is a term employed to describe a well Jjown condition yet it is significant r of the broadened knowledge of dist ease in general that as a distinct disease the name is applied in amore more sense by Phys cians For example the asthmaof which Doctor jqhnson complains in his xv luter years as recorded by Hoswell- so clearly set forth by the faithful biographer that the modern physcian i now able to determine that ran atfccKlon of the teat was sible of ft- r AtVlRil pften a family affection and is fre traceable to par grandparents iorgwatgrand iarents Most sufferers arc of an t excitable emotional or nervous temperament It bears a rather striking analogy to epilepsy in attack arc characterized and influenced by strong emotions like fear or grief and not infrequently occur at night when the suffer may be plunged from deep sleep into an attack In both disease excitement during the day 1ft 2 yC ROAr a YEAR LDst N 7 to pArableIe 3 m f thathe monthsin X5k A nn g t f liIR lle t eywou 1 J a man D woman do- a great fill j II here Y tG S ltsti g 4competi m u rest iced Ii I 0 res ron f y T II J its f o II t j 1 c i nttildla TIpkaf 4 PIt aeeontl class I y Y I r head at wisbcs i c ti 1dw h Cloves 4 slake suns RaarSracwra3iicrles tre laiilYas rxt Nand i cut n s- r77s 1 tientlu cuts e S I4 b suddenness 4 I 1- F 1 d is often followed by attacks Physicians believe however that a highstrung organization alone is not sufficient to develop the system elsewhere disease of the digestive tract harmful factors circulating in the bond obstacles tc tree breathing in the nose and others Whatever may be the source they must be dealt longstanding cases of asthma invariably develop changes in the lungs and heart arc parma nent The disease can then be dealt with only by measures fated at palliating and cutting short the separate attacks and with no rea sonable hope of an actual cure For the young sufferer and for those in the early attacks of asthma the writer would emphasize the nec essity of a thorough search for and removal of any and every error in hygienic living in order to avoid the suffering of the chronic asthmatic and the further diseases which it brings in its train Raw or Inflamed Lungs Ycild rapidly to the wonderful curative and healing qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar It pre vents pneumonia and consumption from a hard cold settled on the lungs My daughter had a terrible cough which settled on her lungs says N Jackson of Danville 111 We tried a great many remedies without relief until we gave her Foleys Tar which cured her Sold by Jarvis Williams Social Science In urging the very apparent need of a nlore general political education in this country a writer takes occa sion to lament the common of lawmakers in reference to social science the distinct aim which is to dentermine the princi pies on which the mutual relations of men should be based Perhaps the writer is not wrong in affirming that the average legislature is not thoroughly equipped for his work in deploring the popular fallacy that the citizen of the Republic is born in full panoply like Minerva from the brow of Jove and needs no special preparation foj a legisla career such as all men requir for any other pursuit no matter how Simple he is rightagain nen7only haymastered the principles of this science be chosen to make laws Before that time however it will be necessary for to become far more exact and comprehensive than it is today It is still science It has been wrested from political economy for special developement and while its ambition is large its established principles arc very few indeed There is no elaborate sys tern of sociology that of Herbert Spencer but it is probably ignored if rejected by most of those who concern themselves with the annual discussions of the Ameri can Social Science Association Mr Spencer bluntly all our hope of progress is in the of mankind that more is to be expected in the way of the amclio rarion of the hard conditions of life from an enlightened selfinterest than from a theorizing benevolence There is no doubt that most if not all legislators regard social science as something purely specu and quite remote from practi cal life As in the case of political economy there is hardly an affir mation of the social scientist which cannot reasonably be challenged not yet earned the a science The legislature hastxnorc to gain from a study of the science of Jaw which is little more than a history of tfie gradual evolution of lawmaking than from a study of thepapers and discussions of the college proffessors who constitute the working force of the Social Science Association The principles by which the work of the legislator limited are few and simple and almost selfevident It will not be easy to induce him to become a student of science prim ers It may seem strange but it is not clear that Editor wrong in asserting that the average citizen of the American Republic is conservative to the point of old fogyism that he is less ready than even the Englishman to apply new doctrines even when there remains no doubt of their soundness This may be due to the fact that each succeeding generation has been ed ucated to believe that American in stitutions unquestionably the Vest and most advanced and popular in the world were divinely inspired and represent the highest possible achievement We have decried democratic ideas so far as virtually Which perm anent U tt ignorance f 1 s 1 lngffin tune will come socials ience e not posl ely assertsthat selfishness lat e etstua has rig Steadwas A p o rives irha srP mia who will anew twta bc called 1 to assume that not only is one but any man as as any other of serving the people as a 25 buys the Crescent bicycle this year It is the finest wheel made Roark is agent Call and sec the wheels if convenient or send for a catalogue which will be mailed free Foleys Honey and Tar Cures coughs and colds Cures bronchitis and asthma Cures croup and whooping cough Cures hoarseness and bronchial troublesCures pneumonia and la grippe Foleys Kidney Cure makes the Kidneys and bladder right nothing injurious Sold Jarvis Williams School tax receipts at this office at 350 per book of 100 x McNary Spring time is most here and farmers begin their usual duties beginning plowing and cleaning ditches Mr Givin Wilson was here last week looking for stray cattle Mr Phinas Mercers little 12 year old daughter Jennie was buried at Unity church Saturday eve at 2 oclock Rev W D Cox funeral services Miss Tinie Cox has t been the guest of her many relatives here for some time It is probable that she will make her home here Mr J F Robinson came up from Marion last week and brought with him a very fine horse Call at R N Oates and see him A LYKK Depoy Items No whippoorwills Vernal equinox blesses us with a new supply of ozone Mr Claude Searcy went to to spend the Summer Genic Mercer eleven year old daughter of Mr Finis Mercer died on the 1 4th instant and was bur ried at Unity cemetery She was loved and highly respected by all her We tenderly cpn and near friend friend Tilden Luckctt is able to be out again Mr E P Boggess left Saturday for the Wooly West where he to his fortune Mr B Oates one of our old est and best respected citizens died Saturday and was hurried Sunday at Unity R P Williams is constructing quite a nice iesidence on Greenville Avenue for Mr Born to Mrs Date Vincent a girl Born to Mrs Sam Vincent a girl Born to Mrs Geo Sears a girl Charlie Gibbs made a flying trip to Hoecake Corner Sunday Mr Rankin Lucketr our old bachelor friend although he is too modest to utter a single syllable which could subject him to a moral frown from a vestal nun called on a young lady Sunday M D J man- us bOo lawmaker Contains b b conducted et Mississippi the fH 1tou expects Harman Reed later who kricw thc c are lad note carve L JUst a Little PrettierA little more bigger va riety and a better selection than you have looked at before That is what you willhave to ad mit when you examine my beautiful array of I have never before shown so handsome a line of bright novelties and am confident that I am prepar ed to gratify every taste 1 call special attention to the nob by Black any White effects which will predominate thlsseason Over 400 patterns though no one need to any My prices are right Suits Si 2 50 up trousers 350 and up Let me take care of your cleaning pressing repairing E N Opposite 9 999 99999 tf tttf tt r completea and Summer SUITINGS MARTINIroJ 5 th ever s Bprlnir J Sinking Spells fainting smothering shortness of breath irregular or pulse retarded all come from a weak or defective heart Overcome these faults by building up the heartmuscles the heartnerves vigor ous Cure is the remedy to use It is the best in head and deranged stomach I heard of Dr Miles Heart Cure and at once Its use I could see an improvement after tho first dose and just two completelyN Dr Miles Heart Cure is a heart and blood tonic of unequaled power and never to taken in time Sold by druggists on guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkliart Ind CHEAP RATE OF One Cent per Mile TO DALLAS TEXAS April 18 to 20 J Y Illinois Central Good to return until April 30 or by eiten to Atetmtit tf Annual UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS and VETERANSH privileges includ ing oppprr to visit scene of fam ous siege New National Park site at Vicks Jf Chewy trips from Dulles to Texas connyfiUons THroMgti Train from LouisvHle for Kentucky delegates and their frieis Write to any Illinois Central Agent or to jg AV J McBride C P T A Louisville Hi H Fowler T P A Louisville Wm Alferd Kellond A tj P A ILrHanson G A for Sale 3 lots in block 2 College in Greenville Kentucky These lots are 7bx 260 feet People de siring to build near a good school these lots i two story frame house old style Mill street lot has on Main Cross street This house can be bought at a very low i five room cottage with hall on College This property is in good condition and is comparative ly new Good outbuildings This house can be bought for 650 cash and is a bargain to anyone who has children to place in school Watch his space for from time to time NEWTON BELCHER STEVENS FAVORITE RIFLE It Takes Down I i I intermittent and circulation strongand Dr smotherIng U lion 15- J Rer n SON OF ver 4Jin i uvuu L it Vic and clpse A 1 i Addition shouldexamine ont price street announcements lmul rstac Aklt t t i I J I i lion Liberal arty dat or Shreveport tvlth Sptrc si y frontage also Real 4 barrel weight 4 pounds Carefully bored a 25 32 rlnvfiro cartridges No 17 Plain Open Sights 600 No is Target Sights 850 Ask T ur dealer for the a FAVO RITE If he doesnt it we will send prepaid on receipt of price tamp for complete cata our val uable information regarding rifles and ammunition In ARMS AND TOOL CO JOSiaiiF POiiox J STEVXS t MASS Inch a toste Io i CIIFCOPBItt tL1S EE tA T- rtncvcn SCALESQ CataJepe Addteu 8INHAMTOHT ii y i t Ltc Ail Steel ect seam Free JeNC f or 1 A really healthy woman has or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any AVino of Curdui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back anti side aches caused by falling of the womb nod irregular menses has brought permanent relief to 1000000 womon who suffered every mouth It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy It is tho provision mado by Na ture to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so homes unsKxvrooD LA Oct 11 1900 do 1 could not any relief untilI tried n bottlo of Wine Canlul Do fore I had taken nil of it I was relieved awonderfulMRS M A YOUNT Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tau WOMAN RELIEf I WlIIEoFCARDUJ j man timeIO Forartccrlolit 1111111 Tho nt full I little pain BETWEEN BEST LINE TO California AND THE VAST NORTHWEST Two trains daily except Sunday to WEST lADEJi SPttlHBS UNION STATION LOUISVILLEDEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E II I1ACOX 1 P A V Cor 4th and Market Sts Ixmlsvllla 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE LOUISVILLEand fRENCH N ADD t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS e Anyone icndinc A nketrli and description may ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably Commitnlm Handbook on Intcnta sent free Oldest agency intents taken Jlunn Co rccelra notler without charse In tho Scientific flmericaw A handsomely Illustrated I reest cir of nclcntlUc Terms 3 a year four mouths fl ncwKlealcnu Branch once G2S F BU Washington C I rt weekl t MUNN CO361 Bro1dwar New for tents t journal York THE LEADING PRACTICAL SCHOOLcfTHlSO Courses Traded Short Practical Modern for Teachers No vacation Cheap Board club or private keeping Experienced Teachers Individual iu Commercial ntcr Any Time oven to Both Sexes lair positions in Lexington alone Fur fKataJosr addresi- P P JONES President See that 1 6 50 bicycle at Roarks It is guaranteed and is a great BBONB EGSPlNKVi Srtmd TdtryNor- Mal CurC nest HORlc or Tuition may ho deposited In bank Is seCUrett 165 hubl bargain Frt 1i Pres rrrvi Bio ket a CournesShorthand atrtl oar o POSITIONS aryl Iu Ilv f lnxiNQTONKY110KG Land Sales School and ity tovirtue of taxes levied for School and City purposes I will as Collector offer the following or so much thereof as may for salat the CourtsHouse door in Greenville between 10 am 4 pm on Monday March ifoICQ2 to cover unpaid taxes and cost as follows Tuxes fir 1901 extept MS acted fTaxpayer City Tax John Kbthrouk E J Puryenr 1 1200 School Tax White Jesse W Craig M 7 Konrk 1 5 1 IX V JI S 1 ir0 It B Chris Wfukliffu 1 14 87 Mrs Lou Harris A M I 200 II N foal WFDcmpsc 1 ino John Kothrouk 1urycar 1 ttiOO School Te x ColoredEdward Fox damp Short 1 100 nOl Emily Harbin Reynolds 1 400 001 II limy Ed Martin I soo 001 Luther Weir 1 100 001 Jubo Weir Luther 1 no 001 W H Al Martin 1 7 001 John U Wing John I 05 00 Osburn Win Short 1 100 00 City Tax Colored lames II hail Sara Elliott 1 350 001 John 15 Wing I 25 00 lames others Itev Holcman 1 Henry Letch Kothrock 1 100 170 J72 225 Jig 8SI3 248 100 102i 225 174 2 25 175 313 107 250 170 213 174 253 17S 137 107 125 103 GrO 228 203 180 JJOO 302 102 100 102 M3 S4 Vj 202 A O GRADDY Collector CASH PAIDFOR Poultry Hides Furs ftc W T Hancocks Store Having opened a branch house at Greenville we will pay the highest market prices for all kinds of produce Dont fail f to get our prices before you sell and remember that we you in CASH Respectfully Ohio Valley Produce Go JAMES INdRAM Local Mincer J Black stallion foaled ii 161 hands high bred Senator Stanford Palo Farm Cal owned by Geo A Pa By ELECTRICITY 2f72f1 dam Gertie Hambletonian Prince 819 Sire of Forest Prince 2irButton 2i8 4 20 others and tlic dams of New Jersey 2i4sic B 2i5 Prince Roi Sam Weller z dam Gazelle 221 Hambletonian 10 Sire of and Dam of Benton eluding Stamboul Ballona 21 1 GreenlaT Boy 2 1 7 j 2 12 Arcturus 2 iztf etc S i Hattie K fio ELECTRICITY 5344 Sire of Serpol 210 L 96 2i6if io i AnseMipTj rand ottthero ii K r ifim nf FARALLON 22442 Is a horse with great natural havin zicll Ss at Palo Alto farm track and was considered Mr Covey wobe one of the fastest colts ever bred at the farm button account of a severe of in fluenza was thrown out of training and has been regularly trained vet he has without preparation frequently shown quarters in seconds Is a good breeder of Will at our farm i mile west of at SMO to insure a mare in foal monev due when fact is ascertained or mare traded All care taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility assumed should any occur BARKLEY BROS YO rJ SLf 1 a W J 1 1i g t for h necessary nd X Near Neighbor I fits I Value I Yr I lux Ie L Icmp cy tU l4L 403 750 3nu 401 510Woir 2ti t I SlnIMbcrr a21 ng DlI lcJehJTc i 0 L Eggs y k t If f Philadelphia 5344 BiS 7 the dam t 1 tI i 4c9Wood Harry 4229 Sire of Clayton 2J9 Shawn BLouisshown a F t I fill 0 B J Cost Total White fire7ao 240Tf r 34i loa g 403 iP 262 22a 17 0704 r R 37 t3t efr 280 Iw71i r flea h P 11 22442J Alto ingerly Bill tj 20 s c 11 I a a arallon t A Free Picture of Gen Lee Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if k w scTidus his name and address and the name and address the Camp to which he belongs i J j Lit Sour test route to Pallas will bo via Memphis Tho ptton Mcltoferatcs I ta own trains two oy from to Dallas and other Texas change These trains Icaro Memphis morning cad after the arrlral of thas oScrlns you dose connections ana excellent service F I WIT Troth tanrrAnt CkdwB li KUH Gcxril teatft i TkW fcet SL leek f t 104 It Jthe z I iL- L s 1t ta W JM fl respectfully solicits a share of your banking business and J offers you every convenience consistent with sound banking fj Open an account with us and give us a chance to show yow that we will treat you right Whether large or small your j fjl account will have careful attention f We pay interest on time deposits 2J G ELLISON Pres J W LAN Vice A Y ALIEN CasUcr I S WELCH Asst Caw W An advertisement in The Record reaches the people and our Printing always plea e A 4f J7t t t tttJttJM m iIi iti iM t J I Pres 1 m Xi I EEEEEEEE EE EE EEEfEEE I w 1J Oppositet t h i JQb the1ROOM dU TURf MOLDINGS atkOAkK 17 j d t wJ14i- l j if f T OALl 1i1 tJj 45QLUIEYPVRE AKIN6 POWDER i I Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL BAK MO POWMR CO htw YOlK b J C fc R LOCAL TIME CARD TiticlntmU ExiireitH W m Llmlte1 4Bnm Central City U c l tV ljl t 448 i m SOUTH BOUNll Kutton Acrotnmotlntlim 1SIO 1 101 New Orlentm Spevlnl 33inn1- W Pnducnh Local FreIght TlRnp Dec 2 1000 T TJITTEUSOS Agt LOCAL MENTION j Thc barefooted boy has appeared Wanted at Thos M Teoplc are now taking things for that tired feeling taring your corn to DeWitts feed cash fort ohnoag has bought the East opvof Dr Slatons office Stc the Apollo Washer the best inorfcet at G M Dcxtcrs iie Methodist church had an in crease of fifteen members Sunday TVWt M Morgan has new goods ix all Hhex Iriccs lowest for ca ih There are not as good fish in the creek as those that will soon be lied about rcsh bread at Howard Cos qn Thiirstlaj and Sat day John Wells has his new house AVC nearly corn Garbers ad and ierhe hire uijamcoun hogs up the to say nothing of ments gardens or temper ent direct from New York rrMr Sam Heitsley has moved into his iiew home which he recently purchased from Mr John F Poag A Letzinger the jeweler has enough interesting relics to keep you busy while he fixes your watch Let some of our good cIizcns or ganize a company and put m water It is a paying investment Full line smoked also boil HcdJiam Ashland and New England hams ready to serve at Howard e m While a chain gang is not an or f narhent one would improve the ap rpcarance of the streets if properly Just received a carload Shoe Fertilizer also a car load of Studcbaker and Tennessee M LOVBLL A illHe work of erecting the building vorjhe new lang mill was begun this week iLjviH be located just north of Mr J W Lams flouring miillpand Svill be in Operation early in May Tq enlarge on the merits of Mrs J6hesstock of Jailics misses and childrens hats would be superfluous They are stylish pretty and cheap Thats all t South Carrollton is to have a bank The subsci iptions for stock large enough to assure the enter prise and the venture will be a pay Ing one as the territory to be served will be furnished plenty of business Sewing and al kinds of repair done by Mrs M E Martin in the front room over Jarvis Wil hams v There jsvsorae talk of incorporat ing therHep6t section with this city Thejnove is drawing able Opposition from some of the citizens of our neighbor and they propose to fight the effort to the I sf Persons having scrap iron brass rubber rope c for sale should Arnold and get cash for OItTU Expreu4 c L jorgans r store andg t I e j l J rueS 3 fIrT f b lttf tear ordinance i l 1G1acSn l a cl- 11Ctl ckn 111I V 1 J brks meat Cos I niaiiip lated I e y I I ire work forthconsider tto to lt f f 11 o 4 IWUNI IlIin 4- O h 1 rudnce t j mid I I r rep sill S 0 4tch the 1 y e have gf Horse tI I wagons I I a S i I I a seeM h h 4 Bring your laundry to Roark The trees are beginning to get fuzzy Wanted all kinds of old relics LHT2INOKU Tomorrow the day and night will be of equal length last years hats to Mrs Stevens and have them made new You will find all kinks of fancy candies and fruit at Joe Morgans Joe Morgan the confectionarion Dr Chas K OHryan has pur chased a home on Main Cross street from Irrv Chas Williams Con sideration 65000 Majestic Ranges arc the best made last longest and are therefore the cheapest at G M DBXTKRS Readytowear millinery fashion able trimmings plenty of novelties in the stock which Mrs C E OBryan is showing The SundaySchools of the town showed a heavy increase in attend ance Sunday The Methodist had 1 02 which was the largest in town Remember we can furnish you with most anything you want to eat Our business is to keep good things- to cat and deliver them promptly C M HOWARD Co The many friends of Judge E A Coppagc were glad to cone again in contact with him on the streetst last week The Judge is still from acute rheumatism but is able to be about Particular attention to overhaul ing and old hats by Mrs CvE 4Bryan TRrV r li b T t j mined to the law firm ot Johnsoa i Wickliffe the firm now being Jon son Wickliffe Jonson He is receiving the congratulations of his friends and will prove his worth as a member of the partnership Seed Irish potatoes grass and clover seed for sale at Thos M Morgans Marshal Graddy arrested Dow George a gentleman of color Sat urday night Tuesday Judge Mor gan fined him 2500 and He is now in jail reflecting upon the great benefits accruing to him from toatmg a gun New 1902 model Crescent bicycles at Roarks See them Tfie price is value in the wheel The Rev Mr Amis did not come down on the 1st Sunday to fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church He has been announced preach the 5th Sunday and will remain down untiltafteV the first Sunday in April Call on Mrs Jones for your new spfyig hat You can save money by so doing Mjr I B Gates a prosperous farmer of the McNary section and one of the countys prominent and respected citizens died of con sumption at his home early last morning He had been con fined to his bed for some weeks with no chances of recovery but he was well prepared for death and constantly assured his friends of his hopes He leaves a wife and children who will in their sorrow have the comfort of a host of friends KiUmizoo etery aod Soap strongest and most powerful nerve tonic and blood builder in the world Contains celery and kola for the nerves pepsin for the stomach phosphate of iron and sdrsa parllla for the blood buchu uvi ursa and swamp root for the kidneys and cascara for the bowels and liver Really 4 medi cines In one The finest combination made Now Is Uptime to take it ODNTZLERS DRUGSTORE Greenville Ky lUring our r i 25greatest L several 1 4 J rio ii iI j J suffering Joni been cost world- Saturday neighborhood rill PtRSONAL POINTERS Mr Mae Mercer of the county was in town Monday Mr W 5 Duncan went to Louis vile Tuesday Mr Dirge Williams of Depoy iu town Tuesday Mr II F llend of South Carrollton was here Tuesday Mr 1 Slack of Oweusboro was in the city Tuesday- Mr Hutch Wolborn of Rosewood was in town Monday Mr Wm Kadcs wns upfrom Hillside on business yesterday Mr Scott Morgan spent the day in South Carrollton Sunday Mr 1 W Midjletou was here on his usual visit Sunday Mrs W 1 ISlnultwcll visitedfriends in Central City this welt Messrs T 1 Itoggcss and Oda Wei of Mortons ap are here Mr Melvin Simmons of Owunslioro is visiting Mr lames Hanhvick- Messrs 1 C Hardison and A T Shutt of Weir were here Tuesday- Dr T 1 Slntou anti Mr A Y Allen went to Uevicr Tuesday on business Mr Edgar D Martin en me down from Louisville on business Tuesday Mrs Dan Uibbs of Itoclcport Ivy visited Mrs I W Middlctoa lost weekMr Hob Jackson returned to his home in the county Tuesday after noonMr Court Wilkins was here from Central City Sunday on u visit to friends Mr L M Kirkpatrick who has been visiting his son at 1enrod returned home today Miss Myrtle Mason of Owensboro Ky is a charming visitor of Miss Min nie Drake Mr John W Moore of spent Sunday here visiting relatives anti friends Mr ico AV linden of Drakcsboro is at his daughters Mrs J G Hohannon this week Mr bark was in Louisville and Frankfort on business a few days this week Messrs U It Cubbcrtson anti J A Tuck of Central City were in Green ville Tuesday Mr Joe Hard of MeXary passed through Greenville Tuesday on his way to Owensboro Mr T lleasley anti two suns of Lcwisburg Ky i visiting the family of Mr L J Desper Miss Katie Hello Duncan came home Thursday from McIIcnry where shoo has been visiting her grand mother Mr l n nrklf Tr returned from Kur t i I Pu Mkiy ffiHtr a porta ilr LannnTi 4rK hfctbcttf 1 Messrs John A IJJacklock Mac Fcrgurson and Henry Lawton all of South Carrollton were here Saturday- M rs E Taylor who has been nt Owensboro attending the funeral d Mrs Henry Harchvick is now at home Misses Ida May Hayme Lam who arc at Bethel College in Hopkinsvillc spent last Sunday at home Mr U E Countzler went down to Nortonville Monday to meet bis wife and boy who visiting in Sebree Mr T Hood Little editor of the Kentucky Register was here from Richmond a few days this week on a social visit Mrs John T Reynolds who huts been bick for a few we are glad to say is able to her desk in R Martins Cos store Judge W II Yost who has been away from home for the last two weeks in the interest of the United Mine Workers came home Sunday He is now in Hopkinuvillc Mr Herman Young of Louisville having been called to see his little daughter Sadie May who has been quite sick at her grand fathers Col S P Love She is sqmcVrlmt better at present Mr Earle Uoggcss of Depoy left last Saturday for Little Rock Ark where he is employed on the Chock Railroad He is a young man of integrity amiability and we IL successful career for him Mrs Wm Frear returned to her home in State College Pa last week She was accompanied as far as Louis ville by Mrs Lewis Reno where they made a short visit to Rev M It Por ter and family New hats at Mrs Jones March asserted herself ifew days this week See Joe Morgan for all kinds of papertcries r For pretty and cheap hats call on Mrs Stevens Pretty rnijlincry is delighting the r feminine heart J T liatbee who has just closed a successful meeting at Sac ramcnto is now at home m For pretty things in seasonable millinery go to Mrs C E in the front room over Jarvis Williams t m om The most reliable preparation for kidney troubles on thtf market is Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by Williams 1 r t I was W born Morgantown Orien T4 T i W Sebafcr and Jr da s beat taw predict I Rev Ai l has ecn 01 Bryan Jarvis 1 n The only candy and iruil dcaleV in town is Joe Morgan By an act passed lust legis lature citizens of cijjcm f the 5th class will have to exhibit certificates of registration before vrttpg irccn vile is a city of th5til lasj If it is a stove you Kbark can fill the bill Best liar on the anybody Pipe cpokin iutcnsHs c of all kinds also in siqck Kidney complaint kis ttarcpep pIe than any other disc ir due to the disease isidious that it gets a good hold 11 he sys tern before it is refcoghfc 1 oleys Kidney Cure will proVln thc dcvcl opmcnt of fatal disease if taken in time Sold by Jaryis viHiams There were vcryj fw pepple wearing of time g rccn Jtfdkday but some patriots observej C St IJairicks day by decorating The G W Jcvnw lumber ntK closed here havinj only of lumber on its yard F Briere whohasbccn Us seht here for the past yearJias rriUrurd tp his home in rand Mr H W Weir his charge f She yard at this place r Sec that new lineofJpc plis ware at Howard CosM of our Dead Oame Sports before taking his first lidbn a train called an assistant at theMepot aside and showing him a roun trfp ticket said I know you kho ir all about it and I want you to can I go down and come all the way back on this Befngj he could do so he started off but turned back and said W6ay must I give this to the conductor Now his inquiring friends e riot Mrs M E Martin will trim for Mrs G E QBryan thi season Resolutions of the tears Circle Greenvili WnilRBAS 0od nvh Mrs T B Lanhji 4 rtforebe jt RESOLVED thafcas a ifclc and as inuividuals we will cherish her many virtues and ti c memory of her noble life shall be is a stimu lus and help and while e feel we have sustained an irreparable we know and thank God that it has been her great gain f That the sweet unselfishness of her life under all conditions her loyal devotion to duty at home and in cooperation with her husband in his work for young men shall long be a fond memory among those who knew her That we extend to her husband and family our heartfelt love and sympathy That ever mindful yof her quiet sincere zeal in all her Christian duties we inscribe a wpagc in our minute book to her memory know ing that the one who v gave her of His grace and strength and pre pared her for her here In His Name will carry Qn that work in his own way That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the and to the Edgefield S C Chronicle and the Greenville THE CIRCLE Taken up as ostriy by W S Mathis one red heifer without mark or brand two years old Si 2 by Ed Jarvis Also one red bull aboutiS months old and valued at 3 Ilh6se two were up March 6 1902 Mr Math is lives one mile west p Hillside Subscribed arid slvbnitp by W S Mathis before me this 3th day of March 1902 J H P M C See Letzingers big alligator The only swell line of atatiduery and fancy tablets in town will be Joe Morgans A Severe COld for Three Months The following Ictter from A J Nusbaumof Batesvill STnd tells his own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared me some medicine and a physician prescribed for me yet I did not mprove I then tried Foleys Honey and Tir and fght me dviQjSubstitutcs Sold by Jarvis Williams fJt t 1f i I Ij br the Jjwant local market and prke er e Thisis Co has out 9 s11I W Applet nVlis U ured that T in ICiitii lKentueliY love mJ Jjlg ht 011 O 15f inl workei m J 11 valuedat andwhite taken UURNE J foundat 1 n I dosecured b jlJ Y i4 I than bin 4 few carl 1s h- One 1 tIme inquire 4 J fir our ir loss york faniJJ f Repairing Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out fron worry from overwork front disease They get thin Some of the new ones arc not well made and all of the old ones arc racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma terials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the newglow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourself voti andweak bloodred k and the bottle This picture represents the Trade Mark of icons Emulsion and H on the wrapper of every bottle end for free sample SCOTT HOWNE 09 Pcail St New YOlk Soc and Ji all druggists A X X X X X DR H G BOHANNON DENTSTCrown and brM e plate and porcelain work of nil kinds and inalposted teeth regulated OfMce front room over Mtorc Tel ephone No 77 LonJrDlKtance llour to 4 DR J W BARLOW Crown anti Bridge Work done at reasonable prices Office orer Myers drugstore JreenYllle Ky DR I J SLATON Physician and Surgeon Office Malncrora street near Main street 1 Newton Real Estate Agent First National Bank Building Persons who have farms houses city lots factory sites coal oil or mineral lands for sale or who wish to buy the same are invited to call on me I Some Men Pay a to X piUUUu their advertising There are others fC for an annual who pay JtW subscription to v- X Printers Ink and learn of X But even these are not the extremes J reached There are men who lose a year by doing neith y UUUUU er one For sample copy send 10 cents to PRINTERS INK No 10 Spruce St New York City trlek DENTIST LAWYER XOOX t for mana e 1 what all the advertisers are thinking pi j JL r kI BeIiuijt AND- WILL BE AT for the purpose of doing all kinds of Veterinary opera tions and practice Bring in your afflicted stock Examinations free Prices reasonable Satisfac tion guaranteed Dr J B idrher VS GREENVILLE Monday March 31 diseasedand rHEADACHH 1 aU Me IIwcL uZ J r i 3s Sheriffs Land Sales for TaxesKy virtue of Taxes Sheriff of Mnhleaber eosaty Kentucky I will m K0 tatty Marsh Jut 1902 between 10 a ra and 4 p m at the Court Hounc door in JreemYille MuMeaberff expose to Public to the highest bidder for hand fallowing property or so much thereof KB may be necensary to amttnt of taxes due and the ecoi thereon to Taxes for 1901 except as noted Taxpayer Ncnr Neighbor ACH Lta Value I Vr Tnx Cost Total Souffi Carrolltoti JBrown Thos A Will Jockery 42 250 Emery Wesley Tom Slinker 36 125 Grundy Mrs F A Bill Grundy 85 515 Leonard M J Hendricks 60 150 Noffsinger J Noffsinger 140 600 Richey S H J H Richey 22 Wilkins Mrs Lucy D W Gross 30 225 Ellis M Miller 32 150 ColoredHrackett Joseph Jas Peoples 4 50 Carbin Charles i 50 Drake Enoch i 250 Shrewsberry Jerry Sally Purdy 5 ioo McConnell Peter i 150 Control City Adcock Jas Heirs Wm Fortney 50 5 Allison John Agt Gco W Doss 100 600 for H F Duncan Barentine S J W L Dukes 60 180 Bean i 35 Carter Mrs Mary E Wm Fortney 8 50 Cobb G D Sam 100 Cundiff J R Maggie Her 106 306- Culbcrtson J K Hillside Coal Co 40 idc Dcvinc Mrs Caroline Jas Stuart 100 150 Edwards L M 185 Gish Joseph i 75 Greenwood H Agt for Hinant Wheeldon OQl 1200 222 1422 413 175 588 oo 1383 233 iu 16 463 178 641 00 1660 250 1910 fig 362 172 534 456 177 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without It who expects to make his cows do well In winter writes C T Lawson In American Cul tivator This Is the best substitute for the summer food yet devised It sup plies tho necessary amount of moist HUcculent food which the cows demand to make good milk But the ensilage must be good sweet and nourishing The failure to obtain good ensilage ono year is no brood reason to abandon it the next With good ensilage plenty of root and fine hay and some grain the dairyman cnn make his profits winter Hoots are too little raised They may not supply nourishment for fat and muscle but they are essential for a good milk supply Fed with hay and grain they almost take the place of ensilage But with roots hay grain and ensilage we have almost a com plate substitute for the best June grass Properly planned mind raised these four component parts of the win ter feeding need not he BO expensive that the margin of profits is narrowed Indeed they can be raised and fed in winter at less actual cost titan the or dinary feed of hay and grain which sonic dairymen hold as their stock win ter feed By having the ensilage and roots the grain food can be reduced more than onehalf without causing nay falling oil in the quantity or qunl ity of the winter milk SHCCCKB With Clover I am having very good success with clover although I do not grow as much as I ought says Lester E War ner in New England Homestead Dairy farmers are using more null more each succeeding year If there are any it is due to late seed ing and extreme dry hot weather I usually seed in the spring with oats using onethird clover and twothirds timothy The sod Is turned under and jilantcil to corn the first year The xt plant with potatoes using Btalle about forty two horse acre and seed down the T The after feed I usually not allowing sccdwl about uo H re with grass and alfrlfa 003 bushel orchard grass and ten as an Sortie of the TVatertown N Y pulp mills are perfecting machinery for the purpose of manufacturing cheese boxes out of pulp They will be made with out seams the whole box except cot er being pressed out of a sheet of pulp The cover wilt also be made in the same way Cora Smnt Gnmgee conducting experiments the department of agriculture years ago fed forty pounds of corn smut to two cows without ill ef says W A Henry In Breeders Gazette More recently the depart Inept of agriculture fed corn smut to heifers likewise without 111 effects At the Michigan station Smith fed corn smut to four cows The maximum dally allowance reached eleven pounds of smut per vow When this allowance was reached one cow showed indispo sition for a time but soon returned to normal health At the Wisconsin sta tion the writer ted carefully cleaned smut to two cows When the reached thirtytwo ounces per day one cow refused to emit more The other cow continued to cat more and more until she was consuming sixty four ounces per day and was fattening rapidly upon the fair grain ration glv en Then death suddenly ensued It is certain that under ordinary con ditions smut is not Injurious to cattle It is possible that in certain years or with certain animals it may be poison ous or that certain animals become abnormal in appetite and seek large quantities of smut In the stalkficlds and consuming this brings on cr death More experiments arc need ed Curled Curing is one of the Important proc cases of cheese manufacture Tho can A ptrature of G to 70 degrees They should be turned at least once a day rubbed with the hand advise removing the cloth as soon ns the cheeses are put on the shelves while others leaving it on until ready for shipment While nCw It Is a good practice uru the cheeses twice a day Kefc 8e High IT P patter president Connecticut Dairymens association says there are ED many causes to make time cost price that it would be very dlfllcultjo v give y ft correct estimate imvc iio figures whereby i could make anything like rt true it costs r me tp makc of milk I ant milking rtysQveh at present and nm free say tint the cost of iffceds s flftre tevery llttfc CowS jnuss be kept qfl pjein And IMIV punvqir P breathe tUcy cannot yield a good mill ixow that Is kept constantly sta o f I t l 2 f ads per s lrln experImentS l J Some to tI r airy I 01 11 ot t II cows I t j 0 JjrofltfrbmWt ieda L 14 If tJC It r c 1 p JIO Tt1 tl lrcSJ ncx ra ly nl1 Y t k tree i rr t f 4i s sncb J ff t Y jf1 ro h q r f V 4 crape doublet failures c yen I auure r J rIF- e zing e ise nst orchard pounds alfalfa t case 1 fort o Washington 1 facts allowance t rr troubles Cheese roofsuggest 1 i eiI artaqA may r bealttt oc rich p tritious L 4 r Sr m t ct ROAD MONEY AVorklna Ont IIlBhivny Taxes Xo IiiMtliijr Results Commenting on the highway law of the Kniplre State the New York Times In n recent Issue said The legislation heretofore enacted for the Improvement of the roads of the state is good as far as It goes hut it is not likely to go very far In the lifetime of the youngest of our readers Jt for state aid to towns that are willing to contribute their part to bet ter roads under the direction of time strata tp to the present time we believe that only 300 miles of time 5000 in the stato are benefited by this law The highway alliance whose purpose Js to Increase the usefulness of high ways proposes that the plan now In operation In towns generally shall be built WASTED Produces Provides HARD HOAD TO so changed that the resources able which are very considerable shall be applied under state direction At present each property owner Is re quired to pay his snore of the amount voted for roads but Is at liberty to work out the tax at the rate of one days labor for each dollar due by him The work whether voluntary or lured is done when and where tin path mas ter nail the highway commissioner may direct Time change urged is that payment of road taxes In labor shall be done away with that nil taxes shall be paid In money and that the money shall be expended umlpr the direction of the and trained officials of There can be no doubt that tills ar rangement would secure very much better return for the money of the va rious towns than Is got at present one need he a great traveler in the In tenor of our state to know that the general condition of the roads Is bad and that the Is tremendously costly It is quite common to see a fairly good road passing from the area of one town become a wretched road Iti the next and the proportion of the latter Is many times greater than that the former As a rule the actual cost of the roads Is not appreciably larger than that of the bad ones Time mon ey Is used In one case and in the other The plan suggested would not increase as we understand it the amount collected for roads It would simply secure an immensely better turn for it And this return would be In the definite shape of economy and profit for the residents of time towns as well as for the community It has been estimated that In roads steadily used which should save only 10 per cent of the wear and tear of horses and wagons and of the tiiuc of men employed would save to the average farmer from 30 to tOO n year It Is not at nil reasonable to Infer that the plan posed would effect such an Improve mont As it would not cost the residents a cent more In expendi ture it ought to be popular if it is once understood NEED OF GOOD ROADS They Cost Money but In the Uiul Are Cheaper Than Poor The greatest of time country good roads To have good roads we must have n good road law says Tex as tarin and Ilaucli To have a good road law the people who use roadrf must he made to their ue Then they demand of state and county to proceed to solve the Good roads cost and myopic taxpayers have objected to any prac tical on account whereas bad roads great deal more than telford or macadam There is no InjcU of facts and figure to prove this staje ment true Railroads telegraphs and telephones great modern agencies of civilization and if thero Is an ex ception to the rule thSfclYlllzatlon follows these iiislitiitlonft we fall cd to fled it or hear of it Hut nod country roads greatly civ lllzing process besides levying the heaviest tax kiown to Rural moil deliver ls largely de pendent upon the character of bur roads andjvvojild be well nigh Imprac muddy lanes of till black vaxy section in we tlior fhercf0re to the lent fits of a dally malt our people must go systematically to make better Toads WhAt matters It It a road cost 000fl0Kor per mile if aft6r Ifcjia mull every person wh jvlll feel glad that the espOudl ture wasmado j UO u Ilimt Tree l y ilte Roadside now much and at what little cost could the roadways of the country lead ing totholargceltle3bc beautified if each farmer should give a little time to the planting of trees and shrubbery T I ELI all r o badness of wasted generally t Ones need Js will mane H tcni on f lt ti I state decent Improvement proms country val legislators costa are retartV the ch Jlirtion tlv Texas qlgrk oven 10000 uses r I lon thvasl V LL BRED JERSEY BULL Detail f How Mo In IZlng Wan IlrtMl o Order GeoiRO H Poor says In regard to the young bull plctmvtl It might lw stated that Violin Anns King rUT Sl ATOM bred to order Having purHwHiMl his sire I fired him to Lottie Melhi Ann 100773 who Is a sister of 1rldes Olga fourth with a test of 77 pounds a ounce from 120 pounds S ounces milk lolli being sired by tho siun liull with hopes of securing a bull tIt to bead my herd In this my expectations were fully reulixcd and Mella huts King was the result Next to his famous sire ho Is tho highest standard bred purr St Ijtmbert iella Ann bull liv lug and the only OHO with SO per cent of old Mella Anns blood The picture was taken In his seven tern mouth form Ills sire was Melhi Ann l MIUIA ANNS KINO 5G5S1 Anns Son 22041 he In turn being Lucys Stoke Pogls Ili44 and out of the great old cow Mella Ann 3444 who has a butter record of 18 pounds i ounce In a week upon grass alone The dam cf Mella Anns King rittSl is Lottie Melhi Ann 10077i with a tort of 21 pounds 2 ounces from 303 pounds ofinllk In seven days her sire being Mella Ills Stoke Pogls 22042 sire of ten tested cows among them Prides Olgu fourth 95870 the sweep stakeV cow at time PanAmerican whose record of G3Vi pounds of milk in one day 420 pounds 9 ounces In seven days and 27 pounds onehalf ounce of butter In n week Is well known says The Umil New Yorker The rant of Lottie Milla Ann 100773 is Melhi Ann third GS070 375 pounds S ounces of milk and 2S pounds S ounces of butter in a Molia Ann third is a full sister to Mella Anns 22041 and to Molln Anns Stoke Pogls 2204 There is a great deal of rough bro ken land In western and southwestern Texas that will grow fairly good grass that cuimot be successfully cultivated says Dallas harm mod Ranch At the same tine there are millions of acres in the stoic that are now being grazed that eau be successfully planted anti cultivated at least in forage crops By increasing the acreage cultivated of these tillable lands their cattle produc will be correspondingly In other words a given with a large percentage cultl voted In forage crops will produce and feed more cattle than will the same amount of similar territory where the native grasses are relied on solely for feed It usually requires ten acres to the animal to supply feed the year around when the natural grasses are relied on while ten acres properly cultivated in forage crops will produce feed enough to carry n half dozen cattle through the winter anti five acres of the same laud carry animal the spring summer mid fun By raising feed and feeding through the winter the raueh vmii nod farmer not only guards ugalust the possibility of loss but also more than doubles the capacity of his property This years experience of feeders with shredded corn fodder will go a long way toward determining the of this too much neglected forage says American Agriculturist If Is given to thorough drying fore shredding there can he but little doubt as to the outcome So far as the careful farmer 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