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Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates KSSHSBfflSmJCSI II r I r w rf i1ltXk i yr L euR irs8i rI a It lc bjttlOtt tlo 3 r xr VOL XI NO 3 GREENVILLE KY ARY 25 WOO fc3 9K 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TIIURS Jia xr 1r1 e Problems in Management In attempting to better and strengthen great American repair and manufacturing plants says a writer in the Engineering Magazine it is found necessary to be equipped with the perseverance of the British the innovating logic of the French the thoroughness of the Germans the open mindedness of the Japan ese and the adaptability of the American and to use the staff first to determine and then to facilitate their attainment To enter a shop employing 2000 men each one doing an average of four different jobs each day aggre gating for all the men 8000 separate changing from day to day so that there is a total of tens of thous ands of different tasks in a year to be expected to standardize each and every one of the tasks as to both time and cost is dismaying not more dismaying perhaps than the proposition would have been to the primitive woman whose hair was a mass of matted tangles that each and every one of the separate hairs of her head ought to be brushed and combed into its perfect place at least twice every day It does not require much to distinguish between the well arranged head of hair and the mat ted one nor does it require much experience to recognize in a machine shop the difference between what is and what ought to be i Electricity ii Persia While sojourning recently at Shi raz Persia on business connected with an overland telegraph an Eng lishman was visited by a Persian noble who had received a paralytic stroke in his left shoulder and arm f He said he had been told that there magicians m the who cur yifed all diseases by the aid of this clectriciM Tl L ljlj W laiihtvng modcrateopthe ImirA jxpecwiions by remarking that the was an exaggeration had powerful battery prepared To two poles of the battery copper hV wire was attached and at the ex j f tremity of each wire adamp sponge v The Persian was invited to grasp onejn the hand of his paralyzed- arm Timidly complying he was aston ished to feel no sensation Wait a moment said the Englishman nd clapped the sponge on shoulder With a leap and a yell he bounded out of the room amid the uproarious laughter of the offic x rah The shock effected a partial V cure but the frightened man refus f ed to submit to a second applica tion declaring that he would far v sooner suffer the paralysis Another Persian whose curiosity conquered his fear while examining the battery touched one of the of the machine As he felt no sensation he laid his hand on the other terminal A sudden yell and a backward jump were the re v suit The man was afterward heard telling his companions that he had been bitten by the evil If you would have a safe yet cer Lain Cough Remedyin the home try Dr Shoopsat least once It is thor oughly unlike any other Cough pre paration Its taste will be entirely new to youunless it is already your favorite Cough Remedy No opium chloroform or any other stupifying ingredients are used The tender leaves of a harmless lung healing mountainous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy its curative properties It is truly a most certain and trustworthy pre scription Sold by all dealers Ckaii the Caws Teeth If a certain California physician has his way the tooth brush will a recognized necessity in the dairy of the near future and regular cleaning of the teeth will lessen the danger of impure milk and improve the bovine health and disposition Well why not Thousand dollar pedigreed lapdogs are manicured massaged perfumed and petted and their health is looked after by dentists and physicians One law abiding cow is worth more than all the poodles in America Why not give her as good care The other day John D Rockefel ler lead a go painful that 4 c tasks III t r experience i t were west frrP 1 iff 3 stateMent a the iJ i themans t I t 9 terminals r J t one t I i j u I I r I 4 2 I a a 1 t S I c a i b wonderful r ae become t 1 s l ry it dragged him from New York clear to Cleveland to sec a dentist Who knows but toothache might have caused the cow to kick over the lampNot only cows and horses but people should have more attention paid to the teeth It is too little realized what a serious effect on general health especially in dental diseases often have When popular knowledge of this fact becomes widespread the public will insist on expert care of school childrens teeth and the next of Americans will regard toothache as a curiosity Detecting Tuberculosis- In a previous article was noted the difficulty of an early diagnosis of consumption and it was shown how necessary such a diagnosis is since upon it depends in many ability to cure the disease It was stated also that the old way of detecting consumption still used commonly in the case of cattle had been superseded by other and methods One of these meth that called the ophthatmo because the test is made in the eye It is also called the Calmcttc or Wolff Elsner test it was devised about the same time the one in France and the other in Germany It consists in the instillation of a drop of dilute tuberculin into one eye If the subject of the test is entirely free from tuberculosis follows but if he suffers from the disease even in its very the eye will after a few days become a little red and perhaps very slightly inflamed Another mode of employing tu berculin is called the cutireaction or cutaneous test It was devised by a Viennese physician and is r l The Heat n f ally loleaused and then with ether Then a drop of tuberculin is placed on the skin and the arm is sacrified as in first in a dry part then in the center of the drop of tuberlin At the end of one or two days if the subject has incipient tubercu losis c small pimple comes at the place vaccinated with the tubercu lin but not at the other point which was scarified at the same time The skin for a short distance surround ing the pimple may be more or less reddened and sometimes there are several pimples instead of one A simplification of this cutaneous test is what has been called the per cutaneous test This consists in raciely rubbing tuberculin on the skin either the undiluted an ointment made parts tuberculin and lanolin When reaction is positive that is to say when the subject is in the early stage of tuberculosis the anointing is followed within to days by an eruption on the arm of a number of small pimples which itch more or less and are usually surrounded by an area of reddish or purplish skin After ten dajs or two weeks the eruption gradually disappears None of these tests is absolutely perfect for sometimes a reaction occurs when there is no tuberlosia The two skin tests are about equal as regards reliability The eye test although fairly accurate is beginr ning to be thought dangerous and will probably soon be abandoned in favor of one or the other of the ab solutely safe skin tests If you want job printing the best can be had at this office Heart Strength Heart Strength or Heart Wealcnosj means Ken or Wiakncss more Pos nQt one wink heart In a hundred It in it hidden tiny Uttla nerve that really I at Tills obscure nerve tho Cardiac or Heart Nerve needs and must have more power more more conlroUlujr moro governing ctrcnetn Without that tho heart must continue Ilin these same controlling This clearly explains why ai a medicine Dr for went ailing uenrU Dr first sought tho causo of all this painful palpitating cuffocnu- ing distress Dr Ileitomtive this popular alone directed to nerve cchton It builds it It offers rent genuine hcart ielp I If you would have strong Hearts strong gi strengthen thcsa them as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeALL DEALERS children generation instances simpler odsis reaction because b nothing beginnings u Ideas 1 OIJn Nif tM soap vaccI- nation substance- or ofequal Rolf diseased It is almost always sImply to foil and stomach and kidneys also Shoops tho paFt dono so much prescriptions these t ot I j j I Tr era wilt and crater a hay In s nerves rawtaItRat 4 The Youths Companion for I99 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in ip a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDate Notes On Current Events Recent Discov eries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials etc full Announcement of tlfe new volume will be sent copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends 175 for the new volume adding 50 cents for extra possage if he lives in will receive free all the remain ing issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar tor 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass Companion Humorous A withsample Business Anecdotes Canada RI110LVING hew IRuaasllt lfal Willie wa PRIG S INS 51lAiBIIL KANSAS CrnN0 t WSII- HloJ anti Wool lie Feathers Tallow Beecwur May Apple Wild Ginger etc era dealer t e ttEAed in l856 MOm and can do better for you iun agenli or etcaatxaoa mrrrtiintt Reference and Bank ia LcuIrriBe Tints fat vreeUy pnce lilt iHppnz Us- iMi Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVlUEJtY Spring Hill Poultry Yards have some extra good B P Rock cock orals for sale at and 2 Book ing orders for Kggs at Si for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 1651 J T Spurlin Depoy Ky fn Kane You Been Stuck We haIl a cm1Dr aDd S t Ginseng L inc fr on a Wallpaper deal Ire man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good grieve over wasted fellow is doing after being done Come in to see us first or time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE 3fuculture TCnllpauer TUnocttahcrs GREENVILLE KY 11IIIIIWMU Ito dollarsas lastany rJ f- If L r 7r a DR J WI Grown and Bridge Y tl price Oalue upstalrti la hij DR T Jjj- F hy lclnn sy Office Multicross Btrebl CAM HOWARD HOWAR Office to Circa Bolldlef DR LOUELLA OSTEOHA Office at Home East Telephone rjt want to take and keep them lobkin jutake them to 4 1 ELLIS F and have him to clear them Satisfaction s Work done for both T gentlemen Ladies Work a Your trade most Earnest v Room No Green Work done for white tftulv J Concrete Work Cwfr I am prepared to dr fgj and other concrete work Sjaa be glad to make estimates tyi ments limestone is used jftj surface throughout com ft city specifications in J lar Give me an opportune on your contracts best direct lowest wholesale pies We sell Clovers gfflji Oats Corn Mftlrt Cow Peas Snji Seed Potatoes M is Garden Beans all kinds Garden Flower State what you wants NASHVILLE lip GO 215 Second Ave Anything you vading A MONTHLY MACAZltfl PARTIAL JO Queries and Answer The Art of ConveriKUBi Shall and Will How to Use the Course in Grammars tuation Husmrss Ki Man Compound Words Them 1 AGENTS V 100 a Year SeriffiB Typewriter ribbon supplies and repair this office E 7j J 6 l 1 in I y R C MGOR Jib iwr r r 1 Ship I Cane v flea Cabba tato and Tomato Slips fl Gar as seeds JIster er i1izcr- Wliu us Prices NASHVILLE p I r DENT fara c v- LAWYEI if IL L w care of old t t Sec 4 rive L- i4 t quail GardenSeeds r See i antsPo- i Sets Field land ridt Lr and Nmples r Barth wan matter no different wbIcl i iblis1i- P can bepromptlyjsu pIr ythis office f IASTRUCTIS Ri PSTING err Correct g i flow teiii ls 0 rim usi oi N L1S JOSEPHINE TOkCY4I Y idiinr R 1I 1 Should r Ironuncitttions cihtw r t io- ary Correct Fu6li h In the o e htaolCorrect English in the What to Say and hA S a Course in Letter Vritin s1 Alwa lrla fo e Lr Jncsc to rite Studies in Elislisp iter ure Departufi a- CORIECT ENGLISH T 4 arlia xi drat S74 a t 1 FOR COUGHSII KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKERII iItFOR THROAT11 Tax Notice ll persons who have not been fertiscd and who have not paid ir taxes will save the cost of gar Shea levies commissions etc settling at once The new law mipells me to collect in full before can give bond for another year regret very much to put you this extra cost I will be corn ijelled to do so to save myself Respectfully i J A SHAVER Sheriff jMariCliiia boar Astray bparj t T4 town y for his return or information leasing to his recovery L jnai J A SIIAVKR Very Serious It a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHTL- iver Medicine The reputation of this old rails conctipcticn in digestion and liver trouble is firm It does not Imitate other nisdlcines It s better than ethers or it would not be the fs rite liver with n tale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN F2 The most practical chair that has vet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I I I I I I iibreloland China b 70jb U1 t Ja lv t ll reward i t ldleI t about askas about ttwo morlbs TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRKSHTS Ac jBiuiiu for eocurinir pater Scientific Jftierican IllnntniJed weXlr Tjireeit clr e ltloii of nrlcnUUa ioarnnt Tonne ycsnr tonr mouth f1 by nil newsdealer VKJco 6 F SU Washlneton ft ft KILL THE COUCH MD CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New a sketch and 1I1a IUI ummUnlclo onlAteu free i7det taken tunn t toftOUc wllhou A IIn D k DiscoveryI n cickt acertnl1t QPlntnfrsp whether root n bll a anal Patents U New 0f cal chi FORf C8 Br AND AU THROAT AND XOXlY lfis on every box or the gennta Laxative Brmo Tablet 18IfIdy that veld bt ft TAKE TUB RECORD 5tc 1 LW GTRO11RL- ESGVANANTZ1D SATISFACT08- oz UFIINDED- s cure s a Mtihlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment ofcapital and pluck teZWlKBPWTOaBgiggC ho t 1 iMt1i i RIf 1X2X1XI1llit 4 I t 1 i DR KINCS PBICB ioo A Trtl Ie Free FOR COLDS If i 1 f0 i- r AND LUNGS l t r r FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA 7 I bad the most debilitating cough mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends that F sound and wellMRS EVA UNCAPHER 50c and 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trill Biitli SOLD AND GUARANTEED Y Jarvis Sc Williams DrwggSsts NEWDISCOVERY a tedwhen I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor my cts incurable l thanks be to God four bottles of Dr New Discovery cured me so completel that Iall GroyertoWJl Ind 4 Price I Fr r r pronounced r but Kings ai1t r t r k writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La 1 used to euffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk I and now I feel good till the time Every Month 1r t 1 At last d ui J r TAKE i CARD UI J J 0 z x y- tQF qt upon thb canst of most pains strengthen weakened womanry organs suffer be cause their work is too hard It is not a killer but a true female remedy composed of vegdtSfclo ingredients men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES A l Yon amdiciu9 to1r ess and recommended for all sick wo I f drav tY f7 cC4t3f1 tiiatlias been fun women z m t r s t The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakes added to its e iuip the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of Ute very few ia the State cad goes to show progrcstift spirit of the management i yrovidlsg equipment generally considered necfeaary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will sow be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers Make a charge of 5 for plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra regardless of the character of outfit purchased machine has been in the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character camVbV engraved in much better manner than usually done byhand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stant study of the the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greateiv determination on the part of the concern to girYjj constantly Improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia viewv other features Will be added frOm time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Thr public is gives a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine i lJirntttin Ind1itti 1 meat In 1 i r r Ettti4iiiq has 4 the r sack cost the anagement and t 1 4v Curs Cktlira IMMtuAf DIarrhow Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles ef Children of ny Jtgc Ad Digestion F the Bowels Strtntth em the Child and MAKES V AY ir Mates T Costs Oily 2i c at Druggists r rail 5c to C J ftOrTFlT M D St Loris Sfe Mother Hesitate no longer 2sttt save the health and life ml your child as have dins by giving thcso powders easily given and quickly counteracts and over f mcs the rs heatupon ttsthlnfchKOre 1 thous THINA Is offsets Df the tnm t k t rIr C r t i l S fi 1i 1 IouII t JI r 4 to- j ttI 1 U An Independent NrV8i iifr RECORD PRESS O N Huir OUIBM L bfcretnry OKIBN L KOAKK EDITOR LonaOhtance Telephone No 72 UfflC In nw nntirx f nlurr grounit floor 50 MR YtAR IK ADYAHCL We in lrniici t n t th tlnir lit Mryilred to which It tiil l the v will 1 stopped Oaritn tif thinkB iihltnary uolIorK eir if not loncer ihm i ii llnri he l free A lug IIU B No rurnilou f Ibis rule to anyot luunvli rojlcn li utitlletl JLilTtrtlHrinciitn III bvlnnrrteil U1 1 furiitNiieii mi reiiiciit- A l lm N tIt iMitttniiblriilloiiA nnil mnVe nil re mlnnttrfn pnyablr ui KfrrriKI IUFSH THURSDAY FEBRUAIY 25 IWt Bnler 1 t the Ur UTlllr Ky j nneond W natter ANNOUNCEMENTS anlhitrlxci In unnonnce- WAWXn C K1MMKL n nnitli t forrtierJIT of JttihlfiiWrjr CMinty ubjrct to the nctlon of the Rcpnbllcnn party ron cirriiT Corn runic We othorled In MRiiounc- eCH CAFKD- n n 1IAiie for reflrctlon In Ihr oflloe of Clrrlr ofthc Kuhlcntxrp ClrrnU Court Huhjecl to the etloa if the Kepnlillfan pwrty Ton cocHtr COURT OLXUK are authorised to announce F U LEWIS a enndldatA for reflection to the office of County Court Clerk of Mmhlcnbrrp county Ject to the action of the Republican party We are authorlied to announce OEO M YORK a eandldnte for reelection to the offlce ot Jailer ubcct to the action of the Republican party KANSAS after trying the scar prohibition for many years has at liaat gone dry THF Greeks at South Omaha have found out that there is something than meeting a fellowcoun tryman vAVnL the canal pay has been asked by some one Up to the pvjireserij vast sums have been paid rtrt nol know ow long we can stand the pressure f THERE is an apparent row on between the steel trust and the in dependents but it is feared this is an arrangement for the uiibenevpl ent assimilation of the trusts petitors Sciteice Serins Kicking ceases to help when it becomes a haBit Selfesteem doe not develope selfreliance A soft answer never has a sting professional spectators get least fun out of liCe Courage is simply the conquest of o T fcars Self depreciation soon ceases if it be contradicted Knowledge is power only so far as it is practiced No man bears burden better by 44ing your blame to it yau complete a good work but you ca vtver end it r Life is prettf okra to be tragedy Ao those who take it only u a Newthought is like new coin the lirass seems as good as the gold frtvnl Pfeikftfly- An exchange that in strolling you pass the modfit moss of the hired guj who stpftfd tile Sire with kerosene and the grass carpeted knoll that covers what is Left of the Joy who put a corncob aider the mules tail The taU shaft of ma who Mev out the gas casts a shadow Across the little tnevod that pressed heavily on the bosom of the jjttle who jumped on the moving Side by side lies the eternal ctea ture who kept her corset laced up to the last hae and the intellectual idiot who rode a bicycle nine miles in ten jninutes over by the gate reposes the remains Boy who went swim BJing on Sunday and the old woman who kept her baking powder side by side with strychnine in the cupboard Down there in the potters field with his toes partlyabove the ground lies the misguided wretch who tried the editor while the broken bones of the man who wouldnt pay his subscription are piled in the corner of the The foolkiller gathered them one by one still he U somewhat behind triih his orders j i r Ii THE REt nf I rUIIIII1V TREIIDY ftT no- L Pr1bh1ent L i 1 non HiS Ihl I jI f1 l 1 f 10r 1 It rnitth fur r ut A rMt trvcwclllc l a a 701 We are It II art Ala r r We sub JAILJJI I j w t ti I M f Vjj nowi coma I of J 9 not hs I o IS bou eat S die e boy I ot the j j t f I tolick i i l I ftJ i1ii 1 1 w 4 U TI3RM3- Th e iI Ii wIn per n will nietd C1d 1t3 a i IIxiilrr 0 t tog rie S i Vt t pit ei play- S I S jays S train- 4 Way 4 tip fence- S 5 p SOHE SIGHTS WORTH SEEING Described In Four Chapters uy OTTO A ROTHERT Chnptvr 1 Suck llrlilrc Clinilrr II ravin Oixre Chanter IIIllIoi Hock Ohui ttr IV Tle CJIlT of Ctlfty I ROCK BRIDGE Pleasure trips if carried out at all are usually taken after first contem plating and planning them for But there are exceptions as we all know It is true I hall for a long time looked forward in a gen eral way to a visit to some of the grand natural wonders in northern Christian and Todd counties still I must confess my jaunt to that lo cality last fall came up rather un expectedly One day while Walter and I were feasting ourcycs for the nine hundred and ninetyninth time on Greenvilles new Court Mouse Walter remarked that he presumed its striking dome is as high as Pilot Rock Neither of us like most people with whom we were acquaint ed had ever been to the much of natural elevation and there fore we could make no comparison The weather being beautiful and the roads good Walter there and then proposed that we start at once for Pilot Rock and also visit Rock Bridge Davis Cave and the Cliffs of Clifty I of course accepted the proposal I presume I felt like that maiden fair or otherwise who after lookmg long for a proposal from one source or another when it came exclaimed This is so sud denAt any Tate not a moment was lost making further preparations for the trip We stepped into his H M T buggy drove up Main up Hopkinsvllle St passed the old Fair Grounds and soon lying over hills and hollows bound for Apex like Dr Brank on an ur gent sick call Wallers swift thor It was like flying through the coun ty on No 101 However we put time leisurely at each of the various stopping places on our It was an interesting trip and required only three days Our first destination was at Apex the edge of Christian near Harrisons Old Tan Yard and about a quarter ot a mile from Rock Bridge all of which are in Christian County We halted in front of what we tool to be a crossroads store and there asked fur directions jo Apex But to our surprise we receUfid the information that we were then ia the heart of the town Since the name pf Jhe village teemed larger than the plaice jtejf we fnqufr4 flegardjng origin of this appeUaUoff well by one of the customers jpjbff to enter that when tbp fioyern ment granted the establishing of a post office at this point the was asked to submit a name It proposed Rock Bridge but this being a double word as well as a duplicate name it was turned down by the postal authori tiesThe community then puzzled trying Jo find a suitable and simple woid Willie a crowd was sitting on the platform in fnjnf Pf store enthusiastically discussing tftajt ter with open knives In their hand whittling on boxeb the store keepers wag n drove up with a load tit gAQs Among the crates was filled wjh axle grease conspic uously marked APJr Simul taneously every matt up from his seat flourished his knife ju je ajr and shouted Ive got it Well jcall her APEX And Apex it is Our iijformjef then pjntinued by trying to show that Ape ivas Jocftt ed on one of the highest points for miles and U reached the north and east by a gradual and almost imperceptibl slope while from the south anti west the ap proaches are sleeper We seeing nothing Jut higher looking hills miles around and not having an eye trained in topography took for granted that his observations were correct suggested when the town has more than one family for fellow cjtfceps its name ought to be pjur alized anrf gffRed Apj my seemingly aarcaiip jnjtjmaljojn to shorten the word on that it wpujd be more in harmony with the size of ihe tows did not meet with his ap 7 CHAP1 ER awhile f Year in i talked U turned wet e UKbbrcdallo1cd us htt1 t lour program W 0 iff i cP- us neighborhood wars th U ump d U aroqnd rpm Put t I r o ar caqcej ton the one I a thai proval for the iimjile reason as he expressed it that plural of Apex according to Ceasar is Fearing thnt another exposure of my wit would lend to further confusiin we nskod him to to the stone bridge Stone bridge said he why Ive lived in this neighborhood nil my life but never before heard any one ask about the location of a stone bridge around here I would have quoted the old about a prophet being known in all countries except his own had I not felt suspicious that I might not give it verbatum and might there fore again expose my ignorance However I replied Is it possiblcl You live so scar Apex from which one can see for miluS around arid you have never heard of that natur al bridge Ah I see what you arc driving at he continued But let me say I am mr geologist nor arch itect and know nothing about their technics terms but according to English as it is spoken here u a dressed rock and a rock is an undressed stone So if it is the Rock Bridge you arc trying to find Ill be glad to direct you to it Before we realized it we were dis cussing his ideas on rock and stone I suggested that if he substituted the words finished and unfinished for dressed and undressed his definition might be a better one I soon rtsaw my finish He accused me of modesty and warned me to from this natural wonder saying there was not a single dress ed rock around it We had no hopes of finding a on which we might get the best of the argument so thanking him for his information we followed the path he instructed us to take and soon located the bridge without any troubleThis Rock Bridge deserves its fame It is a curiosity worth many miles of travel We had never seen a photograph of it but in spite of the various descriptions we had heard we found its general appear ance slightly different from what we expected We were told It U a rock spanning a hollow and wjde enough for a horse to walkjo er K 3Jijruoc s opttiSS very gracefully but It wpulU more exact to say it spans th of a hollow for on one side oHhb tho bridge there is a long steep and wooded hollow leading to Rock Bridge Church while on the Qtjier side of the a distance of about 3eft Is a perpindjcular bluff somewhat concave at its base the solid wall being about loft hightf than the arch and one of its abut mentsIn other words the words of Walter I ctixxl near Apex on the Bridge of Slglifg A blurT on one band nnd p holler ou luther The bridge as I take it was in some past age split off from this bluff and then slipped down a few eflt a bghily changed angel Whajt jspovjfrs ppen arch under e bridge was before thi ijp 07 nju flic concave of the old iiuft f As to its being wjtlg forj a hoi se to walk over I tan only explain that any horse accustomed to walking like a goat on top of a rail fence will experience no diffi culty in crossing this bridge and backing off again The abutment on the west endls on a level with the bridge 1 left Walter there and walked from it erect like a soldier going to a ball right onto and over the arch But when f arrived at the east end I realized I wPHW haye 9 climb eight feet to get over this Qrjjer ajutmentj or return the way I came ancestors were elf dwellers I concluded it would be best not to show to what extent I inherited some of their fpr Walter standing on the safe side of life showed the drift of his thoughts regarding my predica ment when he began questioning me jconferping Roarks embalming jjiclkod anfd e fajjng machine So just tp hfm from wprryjng Jest f fall off Me bridge he once saw roe fAn off a wpfpr wagon J go pn my hands and knce apt nnrc Jjke a bear than a horse bravely crawled back to the west abutment After giving me a chance to set my breath he accused me of fear and trembling I accounted for my nervous condition by remarking that this attack must be a case of buck agcr such as the novice hjuntci experiences when he sees his flrst depr jn te w99ds I had just seen my Grst bridge We made a close inspection of the bridge Ve walked and cjmibcd around the bases of ifce two abut th peccs s U t t t ting t t It excessive keepaway subject t I ar bat l e u pnQ J 1 Althoughmy accomplishments ep a pat al J u t only Idirect- s sayS stones I head 5 para namesa iut last nan One t have a hand this r r y drew the outline of in them enclosed their Others in like man a a c s s s t i i t n t merits bothflich staids within few feet bi tlbiufIandnrc sep ratCl frornt UstccpiliwallctI teplike pat hetop of the abut mcnt nil th ct as already stated s on a lev1w ithllic lride and nitasures 1tl9 ft sqUre 1lie- ol of the tlicris eight feet higher han thcliri alitte wider than he spun ji d r tically on the 1ev- i Rh thb per part of tic bluff The lla1 IS ilni st inaccessible from his end ov g4o the fact that it is- o mileb lo erthan the crown ofl- ii5 itillu- rThearcI is horizontal stratum Inititgi1ie vo jtbutmcnts into one olid one rock or as our ldiThU would say into one clitl sitndr K rock The span is 65 ft ltg has a width of about 4 ft wiucifecrns even less for this narrw a rounded off near its edges i asa diameter of 3 ft in- he center ut gradually thickens downwardtoward the ends until the tWO ftVS stiike the abtitments where diameter is about 6 ft- Frots 4 ends of the bridge it is some 3c to the ground while from the nii4 1 under which the holow- s tleep Ihedistance is about 40 ft- Frout number of names and nitial ii this bridge and bluff one couldlJrn stponipi1e a directory of- he pcLfor titiles around Some h5ic engraved their full I ddjresscs others their ames Many have recorded heir iahd some their first or in recorkf tlThir Piand it1s ner have pt iheir sole into the work by tryi to i cord their feet and thus lave foot prints on the sand stone rock One individual left his or some ones else heart on the bridge and marked it J C Walter diagnos ed it a heart affectation To me it looked more like the outline of of liver lu a number of cases the patience of the carver seems to have been exhausted before the word was Many of the names arc squeezed into small corners but Otis Fox takes up an acre more or less No matter with what care or Icssness these records arc made whether with chisel or chalk they like their originals endure not for ever In the convenient spaces the old names disappear as fast as the new ones come on Others are worn away by being constantly walk ed over Those engraved on the perpendicular and almost inaccessi ble walls are all sooner or later hidden by a growth of fungus Among those names best ptescrv cd I now recall having seen are these Arthur Lycll R T Martin Claud Walker Alexander Hcndrfe E L Young D M Allen T Dillingham L Putman W E Gray W S Johnson While scrutinizing the rock for letters Walter espied a distinct D and some feet from it I observed a beautiful B This discovery was of course the source of much rejoicing to us because we know what D B stands for every time it is found on u rock in Kentucky tI apiece completed tI It caret It AJ S4 J Tne apple was first served by Eve There is as much dif feVerice in apples as in men and we believe we have some ap pies for sale now that are better than the kind Adam ate were tempting enough CHOICE JUICY TIMELY FLAVORED APPLES Florida Tangyrines etc x PROMPT DELIVERY SPECIALTY Phone Us If You Tfckf Pone 142 i W BRIZENDINE CO STOVES RANGES I d a line of Ranges and tgycs Asb tus Uned thereby the heat and saving 3 to the fuel j call and be convinced that we are piglitjin quality and prices DUKES MCDONALD Stoves STOVES I gv y guaranteed prices jility to suit We are practical till i W do not work for gothing but It tiir wOrk rIghts ise Furnace for Wise People Batimotca Made BROWN TilE TINNER CO I wn r les Are Mans Natural I I those J If JtJi In certain pIices where the climate is lltderst od and perfected v tL Tilll J ft appJc try ours Some other good things IiueJif in thefruit Is nice Florida sweet oranges large Want J WB at Special Prices RoarLs i RANOES C t rL t li dtRttcur stock and n ifV yu gn them Ire ret tnlng f r jf a 1i tI tI tI 3 r Rpges Rangesf f i 4 f KrBATING J le ipn f f w umM I couporl Ia eeri iJCi1Y Ietu l f c pp FoOd 1trcwp pnly right- S theIrctiltlvtloi line grape fruIt SOUR ya WALLPAPER S jw c nPicy Our Rqgei J2 us O Respectfully 1c St1 IF jjo rri5 S PliotieL9I Easy to Mix What will appear very interesting to nuny people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription which is said to be a positive remedy for backache or kidney or bladder if taken before the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparil la three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bed tuneA well known druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredi cuts arc all harmless and can be a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with results he could secno reason why it would not be a splendid for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important or gans and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the and waste matter which cause sick ness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mis take in giving it a trial derangement obtainedat splendid foulacids This remedy f trX i Wall Paper 5 f fir g tic Paper k 1 with Ir a to its harmonio effect w1l lW contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty 1 1 of your home than aU dre if1 S q ALFRED PEATS r I It WALLrt rifoj PAPER the perfec 2 Jifi tion of modem 1 and fwIdest range of choice 1 PilUcm and price r i q Samples and 1- rf f request Ii 6 II ADAMSON AGENT Ptleftc 238tt C frft0 j Protect property by insuring it in the companies represented by C W Roark m1t ii tt I Wall selected view i Z PRIZE is i val jSdecoration offers the in sUbmitted tmatfrnislicdupon GrccnvilleKy your cL CONDENSED OF THE CONDITION OF THE aimtg0 Sunk Kmnliill Kfuturluj AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 31st 1903 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 33878113 Expense 270916 House and Lot and Fixtures 497706 Bonds 5j55 Gascon hand and due from Banks v 5636318 30838746 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid Up 2600000 Deposits i 268616 Surplus and Undivided Profits 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I77MKU lHknowutannin Iranho Kenllwortli niul The Lady of the Lake but he U lint 60 well known forma religious poems though he written several also made some excellent tmn lutlouH of nncleut liyintis An hour with Thee when earliest day Dapple with pold the eastern gray O whnt can fmme m mind to bear The toll nnd turmoil cark nUll care yew grid which cumin hours unfold And Mid remembrance of the old One hour with Thee An hour with Thee t when burning June Waves his red flag at of noon What shall repay the faithful swain Ufa labor on the sultry plain dud more than care or sheltering bough Cool feverish blood and throbbing brow One hour with Thee V One hour with Thee wlieiwinn l VPOn CBU teach me to forget t xA prhetbankles i labors of the tiny yTbeUotxHi the flung away TU uortu turf nut hour ulthTkye has been worse than for See DuKes McDonald about that Range f4 St Patrick is the next personage to get special recognition horse and stock bills at this office The first case of spring fever is due now at almost any time Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co There are more people suffering from grip and severe cplds than during the winter SeeR C want concrete work of any kind C t I I tyr Ben V of Madison viHe was a ay of so the fltstojtjjc week mingling with old friends and acquaintances Typewriter paper supplies rib bons etc of all kinds at this office Mr James Louis Roark will be here from Louisville a day or two the latter part of the week on a visit to family and friends For hauling of all kinds call Dennis Telephone No 189 Monday was county court day Weather was fine and there was av b large here from all parts of the county Trade was fair and sdme good collections were made by our merchants Brizendine is overloaded on and as long as they last is of fering 2 pound cans at 7 cents a can aVafiqnaj hpljday birthdqy qf George Wg banks were closed but busjness houses remained open dqr jpg the day and ther was no special observance of the day If its books magazines etc get them from this office The mock trial at the court house tomorrow night will undoubtedly draw a large audience The lead ing lawyers at the local bar will be engaged and the proceedings prom ire to be very amusing pIMj II o Ag J ea tf B t J f II tCb L III set J I urn tW prhl who scorns tn1 prnttle One l I I f bet I j McCracken if Fox h o I a p Rufus crowd p tomatoes i t The Qth t 1i I ooutueoUttn- NO Local r has 1 y mina wan and a rneterW s Mud months s new N anytime you d erg M n t 1 s Ion ay was h tohF ItC alt M F t Per II lluolutely Pure Insures wholesome and food for every day in every home rtI delicious Ns Phoi ata- No Alums i I C R R UKAl TIME CARD r 4 Court House tomorrow night Mr James Allen and family are occupying the Greenville Hotel property which is now being con ducted as a boarding house See Dukes McDonalds Lined Ranges a fuel saver 4 The Brown holiness band appear cd here for the first time this season last Monday and conducted two services on the streets tracted vast crowds Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash Mrs Alice Weir fell while skating at the rink lust Monday morning and broke her forearm The injury is serious and trio require careful attention for some time Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Hear the arguments in the breach of promise case at the courthouse tomorrow night This mock trial wilLbe full of amusing situations arid will fill the building Rufus Dennis solicits haulingfrofj all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates On account of illness at Paducah Mr Edward Baxter could not meet his engagement here last Fri day night He may be able to play hcie some time in May when he will be again in this state Mr and Mrs Chas W Roark will leave the latter part of the week for a trip of a month through the east They will attend the Taft spending some days in Washington and will visit Balti more Old Point Comfort Philadel phia New York Niagara and other points of interest Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and are asked to call for av M r Clanfncc L B ap pealed here at the opera house Mon day night and his small audience was pleased with the varied he presented This is the second of this entertainer and but for the weather conditions he would have been greeted by a larger awl ience The interest manifested in the mock trial Jto be held at the tomorrow night insures a crowded house The Womans Book Club has arranged the affair and the entire proceeds will be devoted to at the court house Concrete men are now getting busy preparing to begin construc tion work There are ten times as many contracts signed here now as have ever before been secured at this time and the amount of work that wijl here i i u u n u tjns season to equa al that bag cver lope GrccnyiHg is the livet town in these parts and by the time the new dcpade rolls will put up the strongest showing that it has ever presented Look for the Coupon now put in each 5C package of Dr Shoops HealthCoftee Imitation A clever 250 silvered No Drips Coffee Strainer offered on this Coupon Besides you get go large cups of Dr Shoops Health Coffee for 25C And the coffee will certainly please you Sold by C M Howard Co 1 Asbestos whichat Perry I took U qe fet program appearance T courthouse aqt r concrete 10 p around U f inauguration you yr jHrush n wa tins too file one rum scs flee an- r Death of Edward B Head Mr Edward B Head died sud denly at his home near Depoy about 530 oclock lust Thursday morning Ills wife was aroused by his strug gles and she had only succeeded in raising his head when death came Mr Head had been in his usual activity had rested per fcctly through the night and was strcken so suddenly that he did not utter a word The cause of his death was heart trouble which has been a family trouble Mr Heads father and a brother having thus died suddenly The funeral was conducted at Oak Grove church at 2 p m Friday and was friends from all over the county Interment was In the cemetery near the church There were few better known or more popular men in the county than Ed Head He was a quiet industrious progressive liberal in thought generous in action making friends with all who knew him He was a consistent member of the Baptist church and had the fullest confidence of his His widow has the fullest sympathy of a wide circle of friends Notice to the Public All persons having claims against the estate of E Head deceased arc hereby notified to present same to me at once at Depoy Kentucky 21 MRS PRINCE HEAD Admx I 0 0 F Basket Muhlenberg Lodge No 94 I 0 O F ot this place gave their members and many visiting brethren a great time last Thursday A class of fourteen new had been secured and the work in the initiatory and first degrees was conferred by a team from White Plains Lodge Mt Carmel No 246 Those who witnessed the exercises were profuscd in their praise ofvthe manner in which the work was as every member of the team was perfect in his part After this exercise an elaborate banquet was served in the Masonic lodge room and there were ISO in attend ance The evening was voted the most enjoyable in the history of the lodge if If persons living near the street arc lamps or any person will pall telephone No i or No 248 in case the lights go out the will be given immediate attention jnai tf J A GILMVN Mr Herman Sumner was in Chicago this week where he served as best man at the marriage of Mr Frank Cutler of Buffalo N to Miss Blanche Duffy at her home in Chicago The groom was a class mate of Mr Sumner class of 1902 at State College Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against the estate oi Matilda T Martin de hereby notified to the same properly proven as administrator for EDGAR D MARTIN T began to run over spill r i v Y y If lake Tuesday mqrning and now we have the full 25000000 gallons at our command Last fall it was the driest we have had in many years still there has not been less than 15 000000 gallons of water in the lake since water was turned Croup positively stopped in 20 minutes with Dr Shoops Croup Remedy One test alone will surely prove this truth No vomiting no distress A safe and pleasing syrup Sold by all dealers Help the members of the Book Club furnish the room at the court house by attending the mock trial tomorrow night The lawyers have all volunteered their services and the entire proceeds will be over to the Club You will have a the samel time hq p hc lades in a cpmmend able eadeavor Quo 4 llotljert of Iraqis ville has the first of q arles of in this issue under the title Some Siiihts Worth Seeing Mr Rothert is deeply interested in Muh lenberg county tram financial hia torte and sightseeing points and is an entertaining writer who has here rotors given our readers much pleas ins and valuable information This and the succeeding three articles should be read and preserved Horse and stock bills neatly and promptly printed at this office t I On healthand service attended by relatives and citizen associates 1 demonstrated f N6hcc to matter r Y ceasedare present tome adjustment fate the the on f oc turned tMr articles n t largely nightS w the rr6Jlc bind 5 ladles pleasant evening at v f f c s t a t Some time ajiUMlifrofprOm inent and progfcslive of jrecnville met at he Court House and deliberated and di odssed the pond in architectural and beauty with that of tlie House and a committee wa to the mattj report to be an honor a credt a to the r vld school district and ought Uilf at as early a period as possl I there is another matter wm ft tliink is and that is a large urc I Hate well arranged skating if we ing a commodious ujs e anything it is skating rink somethin mat we have ample sixty by one hundredJaiVi nftj feet to be a public building f rue to all white people for skauug skates and all accommodations iuruisKed free If there were charges would be induced Iggfttnil1 their little surplus at for other matters The skating ppltl be placed under the care i of the city marshal and t ould be so arranged that n interest and physical training vuld not come in conflict with tad school in terest by running the seating rink night and day during th tall winter months and the school mental slid intellectual Uainingidur tog the spring and summer months and thereby all the time be utilized V energetic and people of the town slioud at once take this matter up haveaJcom modious skating rink crCtted in some convenient pla in toyn so that the children aadii Vc thiuk 7W rink for cverybbdy is greatly needed something that we cannoV conveniently without If we a number one skating rink it surely give life tone and U town and would give to all those who are idle have no cares to look after or attend to at home We believe tbatf everybody would be highly pleased and de lighted to have this and would nearly all take JM in the and hilarity that j be re aliped except perhtpi vw thaj might be a i i business rush and thoseuha 4 i v1 frail but tend and look on No doubt persons who have hadj fhirjg to do So long jq nc untjl t iey jiqvc fra numb and pale for want of exercise they would be crcatmtbenijfitted as skating is a fine pi exercise full of fun and fc v to drcujaK I blood and give color to theffh ti cheeks and no doubV per have skating awhile like adjoining towns tvHo r ould take great delight mrVaiii i aft In the v isport and c ainlv haveW SF a lively otditimcslir moht you adjoining v th 6Uticejpt number of physicians and floor new be ppoint of the rink f 1 t Y I j o i PL I I Skatinf iink tr tI importance md erect J modern style 0 second to none the dto cones ifu 1 lookafter ana No doubt that is greatly qnt d prove arid convenience t t of much more e J dnecd- ul lust than J peed cert r long needed It n once having a ola least il1 the t i and fur c J1 Now we think d citizens enter apt p d i1 be cn UiJfe lh tile o to i tax to as sating sue d d ti would ur the nt sport under t 1 some have hQm 9 1 phy t f a great who reached the half after the were buys slid Ifwe J Ia s a to and forget It tlfitihj tn mind that nubi 1ft l k for cove Itn e Ii l n be and be r tlc sprains fPen l i iUtt ely take eSlutclalL ginners In i1atw II rc quest leading sportsmen ot thIs matter Pk o c cull meetingOf t iII7 r the ton at an eafl a and i1 ouimittec look after er s p f J nc L fo echo l lo sir in State a duct pointed such oolhous needed oa tin 1 tan boothousnow n rink Iin shoo u bsbutit d1mciys1c41 treatman home d war coat Y that the nsIn r girt s- an g o eu r I rt of UtakatC stunu u sowathr rob i lidta c clip r b bscription dra vote erect o dy ate tisiJfat a a a and ne essit oloh a tic 1t are and set C tt t has ur irk would feel girls 1Yow had number i1akankating be free r ot ld dre argecrowds frpmhr l e Au kePtcr or a bGi in s d be bui- to used far atnllsu Pj led 1 tees tcndaats torIook r h r1ml Pn t Gs other misha ai tat tt1 lace i all aadtllu Witted ins 11ewould ttdd sad tharnt fhe hc a should to frt and rR rbalilze a T the M The Bart pros rl v hQreenvi- or sale I tern witerblrs Bard Pot ertlt t J r d h W It kea lie 1t t as w Tobacco Markets of Kentucky aad TenesseeH- OPKINSVIIIK Kv Feb 22 With the exception of a slump in the sales of last years crop of tobac co by the Planters Protective Asso elation the business last week shun ed a material increase over the past two or three weeks Sales on the loose floor showed u big increase from 350000 to 400 ooo pounds being sold at ranging from S 350 10 650 for and 650 to J 1050 for leaf were held every day and at the house was unable to accomodate the rush Much of the tobacco came from long distances and ad joining counties All the independent dealers did a I big business All of these houses arc now running on full time The prizing houses of the association are getting their share of the loose tobacco and are prizing it up rapid ly The Society of Equity made no report for the weck Sales by the Planters Protective Association at this place were only 16 hogsheads it being 1907 tobacco Sales of the 1907 tobacco bythe associa lion all over the dark tobacco dis trict showed a heavy falling off the total Using only onefourth as large the week before CLARKSVILLE TENN Feb 22 The receipts in the local tobacco market last week were 79 hogsheads nearly all new tobacco The cold weather interfered with receipts ot the loose warehouses The strong and planters seem well prices The local salesmen of the association sole 520 hogsheads of lugs and the lower grade of leaf The following prices are quoted for old tobacco Trash lugs 500 n 5 25 low lugs 525 575 common lugs 6 oo 6 50 medium lugs 6 50 it 7 00 good lugs 700 a 750 low leaf 700 7 75 common leaf 8 00 8 75 medium leaf goo cy 1000 Rood leaf 1050 1150 i Dukes McDonald have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to their stock f4 A three year old son of Mr Thorn as Divine died Sunday at his home near Nebo We had the average rainfall for a month Tuesday the precipitation being about 4 inches See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as ly pays highest cash prices MissEffie Yost and Mr George Yost of Hopklnsville have been guests of the Misses Hay this week u mm Mr and Mrs John Baker of Central City were In town yestcr day on business and called to see their brother Rufus Walking TTT Ta cpartvanlaje of the special of fer on the Daily Herald and The one year for Mr R E Reese died early Mon day morning at his home near Weir The Interment was at Cherry Grove graveyard at 2 oclock Tuesday af afternoon v Skaters and visitors make the rink one of he bright spots of the fawn and snne roller experts re acing devplopad i Orien L Roark buys repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade any branch The rain Tuesday washed out both ends of the Vn connection of the W Q Duncan Coal Co at The damage was soon repair ed and thers was small in tcrr 00 00 to business The rain of Monday night Tuesday was the heavies downpour we have had in many months Many bridges were covered stop ping traffic and all streams were swollen beyond their banks The admission fees for the mock trial have been placed very low and everyone should be at the court house tomorrow night General admission for adults and children will be 15 cents while the first four rows will be reserved at 25 cents There will e no t cke s admission being by payment at the door I allof pleasedwith t9 1i iilffo gall fj J25 0 L tisv1 1e Recor both i Graham CrT am a I I I r I I I j 1 time markets r J kn ira hasnt been ac it ae A 1 4- eyaolds tins upcded aIs 5275 t sells rellts THEATRE TALK RIO 2 It pays to wait after all for the good come in time even in the llama bringing a splendid rectmrfenst for some tf the shoats you have Monte Cristo which comes to town pretty soon Is thatcan1 bs seen again and again by those who souls to feel ofreal Z J L I play hilT 4 Real Romantic Drams i l WITHOUT AN INTELLIGENT CAST lux artistic effective production ic impossible No pains or expense has beem spared te gt Young bright intelligent retovrctful actars been selected In ccch instance with express refereace adaptability to the parts assigned highssPLAY cud the best t them E hate a GORGEOUS SCENIC REVIVrte and infallibly ANYTHING THAT SECOES POPULAR IS GOOD AND NOTHING CAN BE COME POPULAR THAT IS NOT GOOD The people never make a mistake NowssaacT advertis Notwithstanding the town has it has been as watet wra stand ing more than a toot deep a good portion of the business sec Disinfecting has been done by Roark the county and calls from and far answered promptly The charges are reason ible Lightning Tuesday afternoon struck shop of Miller Mathis colored The roof us damaged two or three occupants of the building were slightly shocked Uncle Wes Robinson died at his home near court square at n oclock Tuesday nighj He was a well known old colored man and vas repcotud all Interment Wil bo In the west end cemetery to day Spring Hill Poultry Yards have some extra good B P Rock rock orels for at i and 2 Book ing orders for Eggs at i for 15 Boone county white seed carat at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone M 65 J T Spurlin Depoy Kv Lightning did some damage here abquts Tuesday afternoon Many telephones were put out of commis slow G E Countzlers residence was struck damaging a chimney and the roof and there were several lesser losses New typo in the latest faces fresh slacks of stationery and quick ice place this office in positron to command your job printing wants Mr and Mrs Ed L Willis of Drakcsbpjro have the sympathy of fsendV in the loss of a girl ruby Vv rn to them Tuesday Mrs Willis was here ilhhervisier Mrs Frank Richardson Interment at Ne bo yesterday afternoon The moth er is gelling along very nicely r T Threatening feverish nessVhh chil dren is quickly and safely calmed by Preventics These little Candy Cold Cure Tablets should always be at hand for promptness is Preventics contain no quitRO nothiig or sickciijnpi They are it deed the stitch in time Carried in pocket or purse Pre ventics are a genuine safeguard against Colds 250 Sold by all dealers of gone Central tionJI allover near ire the courtsquare and b sale fit I was 0 allimport- ant hart t tit 1J uYp fat 4tc du ltrs itiAras weittlwiJy cyst over barber near s sere n h romamtic drama IT RANKS AS ONE OF THE GREATEST DnA MATIC TRIUMPHS OF TREAT and financially It has had phc successn RICAL HISTORY botth artJstical ly 1r POWERFUL M LeDQe n tit 1 jJ f t IIs y f Ii 5 VI THREE The American people are broad gauged and liberal V ire ready to hear nap remarks listen te any seas read book set any play try anything new nail they pass their reriict promptly b r Ida The ray The Verdict of the People L Ins will induce tte readers tt try anythUj thats adrcrtist tnce MERIT DOES THE REST A ixampli tf this principle la the romantic play Heat Crictt which win tt pre emte4 i this city soon This has tttn stasM after season f vyears IT BE MERITORIOUS DOHT YOU THUTE gUAL PRICES W7LL PREVAIL TUESDAY MAM 9 f hlaia MUST PERA 1- I than of I ced c HOUSE r Blaine wife orMr Mr jBj l c day afternoon For some time she had been a from tion which for several months had confined her to the home Every thing possible had been to combat disease and last year Mr McDonald and his wife spent several weeks in New Mexico but she secured no benefit and so re tGrned home Throughout her fiJbg illness she displayed the greatest fortitude and while she realized her condition was resigned to her faieC Deceased was a devout Christian a member ofthe Methodist church and her cheerful roan ner had tlfcwn friends all acquaintances She was a bright talented thoughtful woman and a useful life had been cut short A was held at the followed a funeral service at PIV valls Chapel add interment ia the Nebo graveyard yesterday af r ternoon where the body was laid to rest beside two small children The husband father mother and have the sympathy of the as their toss is shared by Mr Chas W Roark Is local re entative of sow of the best fire k insurance companies and will apfr precut yo r business which willr for and iri tfid very best MwiteCfcris There be special nr vival of CHRiSTO at the LaMeade opera house MarchS T H Conrads pohtan Company will present the R v PUMAS drama with all its onginraF sUertgth Mr Conrad will the clever arrangement of rinNovel for the staKe by Eugene J atMoore known throughout thie try as one of the best actors ever starred in the play are five acts impressive cnjuajtesf Including the famous jHfE WORLD IS MINE atsar On account of the mock trial the skating rink win be closed Friday Uttihti as the management is interest ed in the movement of the Womans Book Club and desires to lend its heart aid in the plans to furnish the ladies waiting room at the court house TttE RECORD per year 7 0 r If Irs 111c 4i e L t the J quiet warm rom briefservice home b was f if one rep iO promptly L to ftIiot Jill a when G I o offer 4the i r tit llibere It J p 1 Soc t f tj ik uald site i their home ant i4r kinsvide strec atI ocloci5 rrIsufferer co pump dote 1 woman P sister community ever 5 cared manner a scenic MONTE Tred metro M 1 Puma chuffy Whip titK with tt I i J h r C t r Jf = u cu fI1A 4 Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Wrapper Slippers Gr ve Vaults DisinfectionROARK 6 ru n 15iR0 RK Furniture 4 i i J g 1T WoJ1pper raes 4 E sire HORTICULTURE I A WORD ABOUT PRUNING SugQtitloni for Work Which Should Ee tone Next Mcnth It IB a wellknown old saying that the time to prune Is when the saw Is sharp Practically moat of our fruit trce pninlug Is done In early spring I Plum Tree Before Spring Pruning March being the accepted month There manifest tendency among the most frultmen to do summor prutning And less spring pruning It U also quite plain that fhpio who aro not real experts lH pr chunj matters Are apt to ovordo tho prlaf work with the pruning If rmnlnK IR carefully and conservative ly March from the time be treea are planted out It may be ceaslijerea a sate operation The cx eesalva pruning of nolected trees At thus time of year on the other hand to to bo wore of a damase than a tteneflt says the Country Gentleman Vader present circumstance wo i r cognlM the fact that March wore saw done every t jf apt I s I la a Advanced 1 have Sam Tre PrunN hvwtng Meth sl f H ariln lack win be tho main month for pruning en farms and In small orchards Ia face of this fact It Is well to urge theadvlcA to be careful with the pmn InKtoplB especially with the saw ad the ax and not to go toofast EFFECT OF MULCH It Does Not tar Bloomini ef Itraw berry Plant Ko This question has bees settled for 20 years So long aa the top of a plant Is cxposod to sunshine and air eo long will any mulch be impotent to retard Its developing and blooming If a plant like a strawberry plaat be Jcpt entirely covered with thQ mulch the development will be retarded but Ih that rase the plant 10 likely to be citroyed by the mildews that will de relop It used to be believed that placing straw around a tree or around a plant would Keep Ita roots cold sad thus delay blooming This was desired to carry the tree or pjant beyond the time ef killing froeU But It was not difficult to prove that the state of the roots had nothing to do with the time of leaving out tree or of Its budding In one of demon tra tlona to prove this a grape vine with Its roots In the frozen ground which was covered with snow waa car tied Into a grenhouse and exposed the light heat and sunshine The leaves came out as usual though the roots could not supply moisture Of course the exhaustion of the moisture In the vIne resulted In Its destruction A tree er a plant can be kept back from blooming only by covering It and thus protecting It from the influences that cause Jt to bring forth leaves and bloMoms The first activities of a tree or plant come from energy Stored rI the form of starch from the tNteC taken the previous year V1 Remember This Renumber when making up your for trees for spring planting that It la not to plant big block all of one variety Mingle the aorta o that their tolcssomi may help to fertilize one another Leek t Grapevine Trellis Pest a ta grapevine trellis posts when a thaw comes the latter part of thus month Tighten and fasten wires Tie up vises where seeded Have the trellis taut straight and strong f t 1 l e r r t 4 r v of the i oleo toy L Jit J l7J w tI9 r to 1 eider best 11 to t 4 It Jt Z J J w r r I r a k w r r 4 A the t 4 r M 4 F i f S j l yxmw FERTILITY OF EGGS Mcbt Tkrarrn en n Subject In Which Every Iomttrjr tUiUrr Inter Just Wow Hatching season is either now with or soon will be with poultry raiser t the time depending upon surround ings and the fertility of eggs is the needful thing the WRY to secure fertile eggs U a way a 11 wish to know Some say a good per cent of fertile eggs is not to be had if the fOWB are confined to a limited range but we have have known others to have n 05 per cent of fertile egg from fowls Lnst yenr ours hnd n limited very range the yard In which fix pul lets two hens and one cockerel were confined beinjr shout two rods rqunre and in this inclonuro tho root hit room and pcratch shed were placed You may the per cent of fertile eggs good but perhaps the whole number of eggs was small No the nmrnire from the fight hens from the t5th of February to the last of May tt six and n half eggs per day n higher average than we were able to get from the ontiIde hens The nrrrnge wouM ilouhtlesx hove been higher If we coull have secured fresh meat nt nit time for them We fed n mush of wlient bran mixed with kitchen scraps and salty dishwater rf n morning n quart of at noon when sr ORts urns ninop leaves In the icrntch fit night n qnnrt of shelled corn was thrown among the lenses Nothing pleases better than 1r dig up fresh moist earth for them nnt1 think there U nothing healthier Green food cut grass rye and wheat fetl them every clny nll would eat but the way confined enjoy their green menl the bcst is U plnrc n slab of sod In their pen oreven pull up large tufts of grass Jfo need to fear Infertile eggs Irwin furls If you will pen onlj healthy fowl Give a variety of food Induce exercise and keep quarter Glenn I prefer n yearling cockerel older mule Whatever age tie head must be In the very pink of perfection ns vigor One should have not more eight hens to one male of the larger breeds sevarnl mOTe Lens may be mated ton If of small brecil our chick were B P Rocks Gather the eggs every day Keep in an even temperature several iVjjrees above freezing turn every tiny nnd you mny keep them three week then and receive good hatches ns far ns the of the eggs Is concerned It will probably 15 to 24 hours Itng fjR tft fitii them The above care np rang fowls or apj other poul If you would once try the plan of selecting1 eight dozen of your Lest hen mating with n No 1 cockerel yjirdfpg nail using there eggs to hatch from you would never try other ways Emma CUav water Ip Fanncri Voice SUPPORT FOR LADDER When it is to life n Inddet where there Is any possibility of its tripping ns for upon n smooth barn floor It should be so constructed that It will hold A pair of tlnrr pikes properly driven into the lower end will prevent Its clipping nUll I perhaps the simplest method hut often this is not dcs Srnble ns such a ladder will Injure a floor A ladder which is free from this objection h shown in the Illustration and lir hnd and mesh Fcfttter ll aimed vas h- An nnrl male the Joel i Un rt11Ti try n nw a Base That the i earn de lred ron I cited yarded say tins tiff bout begs I they bens yarded regards lmcaltlt flog i a tnke from it rhitfllnS qtr eSgs trot nr to Yale 11111 1o1 Slip tpni IIrIcmi1 mind mootkest Floor in lance 11 BASE OF LADDER made by fastening n piece of bonrd ti the bottom The board Hhould be ubout three feet long and right itches wide and should be unpinned on the tower side An old weatherbent hemlock board mnkes time best foot Ing It should be fastened at an angle BO as to lie flat upon the floor It may be nailed firmly in place It Is better to fasten It with p pjijr of strong strap hinges It will not flip upon the smoothest and hnrclctt burn B or and I hoe even used one with safety upon Ite C C Ormsbee In Orange Judd Farmer for ICKO Make n eattirnte solution of fresh nnpbthnline flakes In good high test kerosene Fill a small bucket with the solution and dip the birds legs into this solution oice a week Four or five tlippngs will usually cure the worst cases days the Poultry Monthly After the first dipping remove nil Fcales thnt wjll conic nwny easily lie careful to dip only time legs into the so lution Do get It on the skin of the thighs or It will raise n blister Try to avoid soiling the feathers with it I add Venetian red to the solution ns it makes It stick nnd color the legs Rifllelently to Identify nt n glance the birds tint e been rented The red stain soon wears off 1 use only enough red to color the solution n good red color It Is a safe simple nnd sure cure used properly Hut remember that you cnn kill or badly blister fowls with kerosene If you are careless and sloppy la using it but early mint 1 v 1 0cilY 1IIr1 V generally Remedy hat I CATTLE AND CATTLEMEN The chnrncicrhtk color of tho Abet deco Angus Scotch cattle Is block without any white beyond the udder or above the under ll u Time type of the breed Is favorsiblo to tho uroduo lion of time highest quality of meat hi the greatest quantity Smoothness Is a leading feature thin be ug encour aged by the type with Is noted for the rotundity of form with symmetry and quality nod It should be notice able In time show animal by the oven ness with which the flesh covers tho carcass over nil reiona The head Is hornless without npnewrnuoo of Fours and It should bo surmounted by a sharp neck free from loose skin with a strong uUouldor vein shoulder Dlllque fitting clwo to the body cud cot rough at tbo top ribs deep lar hips moderately far apart smooth ly covered rwnp tong level smooth thighs muscular twist low and full quarters low full and rounded Time general form Is cylindrical covered with even depth of mellow llh and hide that Is pliable yet not thin and coated with tine black hair A Ilojrnl Winner I I i sup r ti a moll deco Aberdeen Angus bull Wizard of Matemore Breeders Gazette The Cattle Bayer Many of time live stock commission men at the stockyards engage buyers titer for home on foreign consumption These buyers are paid ranging front 2000 to loOQO annually Time average salary is about 3000 and Is earned by men of ability men who Fcldom make a mistake In their pur vtiaaos In shquf tAjoRipd Ijuypj Ihoso who draw annually asp men who never mako a mistake who can tell at a glance to within the pounds what a steer will dress and the quality of the beef who can sit on a Jcucc and judge of a penful of cattle Intuition when to get into the market nd when to get out In brief tho difference between such u buyer and Use one who earns 3000 a year Is tho difference between genius and talent But whatever the salary or the abili ty these buyers are Important factors In tho nltogctbor of tho Ufo at tho itockyards Farm Journal- A Flood of Good Blood An Illinois cattleman just arrived home from Scotland Is quoted as Argentina 13 casting her bread upon the waters She is flooding her estanclas with rood blood She If rlng to tits blood bncU to Brit aln In the shape of steers The difficul ties of the longer sea trips are being eliminated to a considerable degree and our packers are viewing the situa tion with a good deal of fear and nerv ousness It is a now problem for them to deal with GMlIOTrayji RanUed Firt- Jn n Scotch test of the relative merits of Aberdeen Aligns Galloway Blue Gray and lied Poll steers the greatest gain 200 pounds per day was made by Blue Grays for 104 days and tho smallest gain 17 pounds per day by Red Polls for eightyeight days v Bflrda profits clap Gallqways ranked first The Potion of Johnson Crnnn The death of cattle in Los Banos Cal was reported as due grass 4 preliminary analysis gf grass reported in bulletin f time California board of health show Hi conclusively that It contained hydro yanlc acid A quantity of fresh John ion grass was then obtained and ypqn inalysls was found to contain 05 per cnt hydrocyanic acid wbUo barnyard jrasi from the sumo locality contained no poison In a sample obtained from Santa Hosa Cal bribe bureau oC plant at Washington posture tests for hydrocyanic acid were Obtained The grass Is reported as poisonous when grown on either irrigated sr non irrigated lands but especially SQ when tho truss nintnrcs rapidly Large Grain Crops Expected If the sorson is favorable it Is prob ibe that the production of grain thus year will be large Wheat and rye are n excellent condition In nearly all sec lions The oats area will bo short bo jaus0 March was unfavorable to field work but torn will be planted instead is a general disposition to plant I good big acreage of corn Growers tjro encouraged by last years crop and Uio price as well Barley production Is Increasing very year Just now the aso of It as a nurse crop for alfalfa B extending Its area to some extent National Stockmnn Time Little Pica Up to the time of weaning all young pigs are on the same teed and under the same management From that time on however those are ta bo rptlUued as animals should bo tinned on a growing ration that which IB somewhat narrow Iud Will develop hone and muscle to tho tnrgest extent Those that nro to bo rattened for market should be fed more Iberaliy and their iced made more arbouaccous to s41Ft ftc td or1IN Qt 1 OCO tP st oq cn t inR w nUll whu by gecu say- Ing pro send a here I i 1tre I 1 I I I r 4 r f ttbsir say tries who keep foe Win t11 ij1 naCkpts well liiQltt soma thus industry f tent I Issue 1- E leWiags Wall Paper will Befit fogg ed Wchave factory con Order can supply any exclu sive WM prices 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