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LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New a t I Patents Idill I WAS t lrtow I I AND I i pat 0nthteate noUn wltho it the- o Illustrated ear l U 3s1 readwal ew O scovery II FOR OUGH8 OLDS IrMi tt fitt PgIC1 ANA ALL THROAT ANQlUNITHfUILtL This Ia on every box or the fcantet Laxative Tablet Ae TCBMdv that CUTM a cold ia TAKE THE RFCORD 5flc I tFANTATISfspT0I40 OZIXT ULAAIDW c34 rlaa t e r II I VJ iWia t Muhlenberg Couny Ris rich in coal iron timber potters etc anti the most inviting field in Ken J cla tuck yforlnvestmentofcaAisland Phick GREENVILLE KY LMARCH 4 1909 53c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEVOL XI NO 4 TILL I i v JMust Preachers be Married A young pastor suggests that the marriage question may be an reason why young men hold off from the ministry not because they fear to enter the married state Ban inadequate salary but because they resent the tyrannous demand of the churches that the pastor must marry whatever the provision they make for his support The writer gives his experience in Success mag azine He has been three and one half years in the ministry and has held pastorates in New Jersey and JsTcw England At the outset of Ms ministerial life he was just 21 aid poor He was offered 350 a year and a donation for his first call but he was asked to come a a married man He was finally engaged conditionally lie suc ceded in pleasing his flock and was afterward engaged for a year Hut The committee while expressing appreciation of my ministry could not depart without a convert hint that the church would count it a favor if I would marry During all the succeeding months of my pastor ate this thought was kcptconstanlly before me If I made a call I was sure to be reminded of that empty parsonage that ought to be occu pied Then a field opening to me in New England it seemed wiser for me to conclude my New Jersey pastorate Here again I met the marriage question The church over which I am at present pastor wrote to me as follows The people are unani mous in calling you but make one condition i would like to have you bring a wife The church was at that lime giving a salary of per year and a donation I told the church that under such I could not consider the tofate After or less corres pondcnce had passed between us I uwagkengaccdttf provisionally the flVrniined at 4rvrv to extend me a call rto remain as pastor for another year f A committee accordingly called up on me stating that the church was well pleased with my work and had no criticism to make but that some of the people were anxious to know whether I intended to marry during the Nothing in the way of a Cough is quite so annoying as a tickling wheezing bronchial cough The quickest relief comes perhaps from a prescription known to Druggists ev cry where as Dr Shoop Cough Rem 7 edy And besides it is so thoroughly harmless that mothers give it with perfect safety even to the youngest babes The tender leaves of a simple mountain shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy its remarkable cura v tive effect A few days test will tell all dealers Transplants thirst Organs Fantastical it must seem to some lay minds it is quite likely that within a measurable future a patient troubled with defective kidneys will be surgically equipped with a fresh and healthy set extracted from a To this effect comment ed that most distinguished of living surgeons Dr W W Keen at a meeting of the American Philosophi cal society of which he is president Dr Keen drew his inference from the remarkable lecture delivered be fore that body in Philadelphia Dr Alexis Carrel now on the staff of the Rockefeller Institute for Med ical Research in New York Dr Carrel is the experimenter who has substituted for the kidneys of one at those qf a healthier feline to i i i flip great advantage physically of the animal upon in the whatever may have become of the second Thanks to Dr Carrel again a upon which he experimented is using the limb of a member of its own species n upop Tint thce are only representative of the kind of oper atlons described by Dr Carrel in his address to the scientists usaera bled at Philadelphia inspiring the observation by Dr Keen to which i reference has been made Current If you want job printing the best can be had at ibis office II tt u I t ewe i 400 pa ei tIle wil oj tL h t six a vote J J I teasing I i t I t by t r It refrigerator b o ope ate dot III tQ a YI Jterature icfC l tJ 4 1 i t important R r w It conditions more a con tact Wtlrr4uaak months when was passed I yearly l Sbid w A x 4 firs instance t ha deceased u vl l a r x O a A dA s Color ami Warmth This being the season of over coats there may be attention for some suggestions in regard to their construction which have been made by the London Lancet According to the high authority most over coats arc far heavier than they ought to be owing to a common de lusion that weight and warmth go together The truth is that the two qualities are usually opposed the peculiarities of weave and ma terial that cause weight to make cloth a good conductor of heal and therefore a poor pre server of it The heavy cloth too interferes with motion the producer of heat it can be carried around only by the expenditure of energy that could be put to better purposes and it is because it confined the of the body and so pro duces a slow poisoning- We also make a mistake the Lancet declares in choosing dark colors for our winter overcoats The artic animals teach the wisdom of following the contrary plan and our dark coats are not only less warm than light ones would be but they add to the general gloom of a season when every cfiort should be made to compensate for the dreari ness and darkness of the skies That last is more than a bit fanciful but it is not on that account absurd A clever 25 cent silvered No Coffee Strainer Coupon is now put in each 25 cent package of Dr Health Coffee Look for it Ninety large cups of the very finest coffee Imitation ever made from one 250 package Then besides the satisfac tion and flavor is perfect Sold by C M Howard Co Playiif at it ever occur Jo you thatv see children playing in winch means health Ifonly we older people would throw dignity aside and play the game more than we do we would be better off than we are To be sure the game need not be as violent as black man tag or three cornered cat but long walks in the open air tending a small garden or cultivating flowers instead of tin cans and rubbish in back yard would be pretty cer tain to produce good results in many ways The name ganglion is given to a collection of fluid along the course of one of the or sinews Usually it is on the back of the wrist or on the instep but it may be on the outer side of the ankle or on theinner surface of the wrist The surface is rounded and of variable size usually perhaps when begins to attract the notice of the possessor about the size of a filbert gives a sensation of elasticity although often solid feeling like a piece of indiarubber but it may be so hard as to be mistaken for a bony tumor It is quite movable under the skin when the hand is at rest but when the fingers are contracted in case the ganglion is on the back of the lump becomes tense and fixed There are ordinarily no symptoms other than the dishgurement of the swelling although if subjected to continual slight injuries as happens especially when it is located on the instep it may become inflamed and quite painful The interior of the ganglion is not exactly but somewhat much like glycerin jelly The old time treatment of a gang lion on the back of the wrist was to tell the patient to make a fist then when the tumor was tense to hit it a blow with the flat of a heavy rupture it After that bandage vas wqrn for several days to maintain pressure on and so the little cyst from refilling This was the accepted plan of even the hest surgeons for ty or fifty years ago and was usual ly satisfactory but sometimes the patient so treated went into a gal loping consumption and died The reason for this has been found in the fact that a ganglion is tendingalso injurious emanations tt y ae Did fl th r i tnt It tt n he Oaifgliaa tendons encountered it It wristthe ud viscid ands bookand treatment b Drips S D e you a a en air alit omo a- sUgfh rte located prevent sometimes tuberculous in its nature and the slap with the book simply spattered the fluid out of the sac where it did no harm into the loose tissue beneath the skin whence it was absorbed by the blood vessels and so the contained poison was carried to every part of the body A better way js to insert a hollow needle into the tumor and by means of suction with an aspirator draw off the contents if they not too jellylike Nowadays however the surgeon usually cuts out the whole thing sac and all and so gets rid of it without fear of The little operation is very simple devoid of danger can be done without pain and leaves a very almost invisible scar Sentence Sermons Conscience is simply sense of moral social responsiblity The far off vision comes to those who follow it faithfully The proof of an education lies in a mind so tilled prejudices gain rootThe who thinks he is ous to a fault is often generous only to his own All men would try meek if they were dead sure ot the promise to the meek The greatest wonder in the char actor of the angels is that they all the saints Its often our failings that hold our friends but we do not need to multiply such anchors You cannot tell much about the size of a mans hying from the size of his income A mans riches on earth are in in verse ratio to his retrenchments humanity r r1 xrfcoorfcience Is siteWlittcsr a phone for his appetites If your head aches from the creeds there is always a cure in phy sical wearjhesss from good deedsV There are many twho jc unqt Clear to see a mouse killed who are at stabbinjfne anothcr inthc back When a mans faith makes him superior to moral obligations it is well to keep his works under legal limitations andorigin thickand slight halfway that gen tobe endure lOtoben- Qt i Jr AJ B daw t bc r experts were return our nF Toward SncJlk always sing n f beforI themes 1ar H We Buy FURSand Wool Hides DR J W BARLiW D E N T I I Crown nud Bridge Work dung jdhffuonable prices OOloe up stairs In thcJonchllaMliv Or i Ky DR T J SLATgN PlOHlclnti O nice Jlaluerossht reel neat JJalnstreet If i HOWARD GR1Y LAWYERSOffice lo Grrcn BalHInf opposite ie field v Si OR LOUELLA HEllpf OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mahvc5 recto Telephone No7 YOU want to take care of your dnd keep them new take them to ELMS and have him to clean them Satisfaction guaranteed Work done for both ladie and l gentlemen Your trade most Earnestly Room No 6 Concrete Work Coalract I am prepared to dp ivn n and other concrete u i be glad to make estimates I pav meats limestone is city specifications in t i cu lar Give me an oppqrftHmjgto bid on your contracts R C Met i Jfck Oats Seed Corn Cane ScedgMillet I Seed Potatoes Cabbage Mints Jo talo anal Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Garden fiea3i all kinds Garden Field and 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Womans Ai cle Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new will be sent with sample 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 Can ada will receive free all the issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look to character to urrent sin Poll itIf Selected volume l urejni ortant Mutesiii remaining 15 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE DR KINGS NEWT S tat DISCOVER FOR COLDS CURES THROfiT oLUN DISEASES SAVED HER SONS Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed change forthe fcetter I I kept this treatment up for a few weeks mow perfect I well and works every day l tr J I GJ h I COUGHSAND J I i C iIlly WIUI taken down a year ago with doctored some months without improvement b u giVIng y 191 Is ImS SAMP RIPPEEAvaK a Y r LIFErson Rea lung trt t 11e i e rand o 5Oc AND OO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY Jarvis 6 Williams Druggists JI I hx Don If you are sick worry at once the words of thousands of other sufferers fron womanly ills when wq say It Will Help Yqu with female trouble and the good They wanted operate but a dui Y1M I B jMf lt this wonderful medicine with increasing relief A ALL DRUG STORES t Worr I t I don h to make yourself do this repeats TAKE eARDUfI h J I 0rr y t 1veu been benefiting sik women nnie of Ind says doctors ttook I me n new burwell To wt but j Sill UItaCX111 will a Mrs J c McrrltkrtCainbiidne I suffered gl call io Y y made woman m Se The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and uncl rtakera lee added to Its equlfl ment in the undertaking department a c EBjraving Machine as illwtratcd This machine is one of the very few i the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of management in providing equipment generally necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to ndividually tngraved casket name plates instead of tLe stamped at6ckttefn usually exjvpioyed And while the city undertakers make a charge of Jj ftc sick plates thu people of this county will receive them absolutely vUktut extra teat regardless of the cbarhcter of outfit purchased The machine ku beep ia window of the firm for some days and and perfect have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character ca engraved in manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking tilsftnlttry The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county fine fuiMttl cVa largest stocks of qofflnii caskets robes wrappers slippers fioraplcte eqtdpaieBi for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the study of the uanagement and the appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination OB the part of the concern to jlY constantly improving service on the favorable basis With this in View other will be added from to time as they appear The Pianola ia fitted with attachments for engraving articles of anyckaracterjand the mechanical of the machine appeals to all Th publ c4s given Jkfffd invitation to call at any Um the machiae iEugfubiitg nrqi i lira the d its beauty the It ewrous land moat date l 1 7 4 a the shore work toes b much better establishments a etc constant features all and sep a IIIIILD R rQfETTS EItl1MG PO CUrls CfwUra Jnf ntwfe Diarrhoea Dysentery the Bowel troubles Chfldrenof i Regulates the Bowel ens the Chiia fid MAKfeS 70 Jfisy Age sS and AadsDIestieii tit TE11INQ ZAsr 25c at Druggists or mail 25cto JHOFFE1T M St biis lb Mother no longer SxttrsaVo the lite ofyour child as thousands have givjug these TCETHINA fs given and quickly counteracts and semes effects of Glsltr4iti and ever the h tupon t 2c I1i ft j Casts Only 11 a cnn l 7csu rrl r o THE 0RD An Independent rtWHjiHpeT rtinunnin THPIXIIPAT n- rR CORD PRESS OIIIEN L ROAIIK ROAKK EDITOR LonoOlsUnat Telephone He 72 Otlrt In nt f nnn re ir ntori gronnil floor 50 CENTS m YEAR N TBUMH- The nlinrrijitKm prui of ihr j blK in ml when ihr llrer lii arxilrcl la whlii II U piM be i Mprr will mopped of Itunk etc It not Inrivr than tnt linen will V pnltilxhrit fret A rh w f fcr vr Jlnp will t wnilc fomurieert lijr line No Tartarian of this rnlr to unjrort- lfr Kara pic copies will l uMlcJ- ArtTwrtlocmmta will IK Inverted A rwtr run111 tie fnrnUhM on rojurMi ArMr itn all c itnmii ll Ui n and mnVp nil re tflltUfitm tWyilMh to UJCroKl IKKMM rcenvtlle Ky jnUBSlAY MARCH 4 IH9 Cater t the QreuTll1e Ky ANNOUNCEMENTS V nre aiUhnrift1 to nuiinunrn WALTER C K1MMEL n for Sheriff of MuhlrnlMrc county Ubjeet to uttlun of the Republican inn cinrrtT OIUT itrnK We are authorised to announce C 8 CURD a can1Matr fur rr ltcilon In the osier of Clerk of thr Mitblrnbers Circuit Court NUliJeel to the actluu vt RrpuMlnnu party ron con TT c inr ctcinc We are authorized to annouuee F II LEWIS a ramUiliitr for reflection to the ofllce of County Curt Clerk uf Multlenhfr county sub feet to the action of the republican party We authorized to announce CEO M YORK CAiulldate fur reelection to the oRlce of JiUIrr nubjrct to the action of the Republican party JT is now President Taft KENTUCKY is making a good showing in Washington today TilE hard times do not appear to have had much effect in decreasing the crowds to the inauguration CHICAGO is extraordinarily puffed up now since it will have two of its citizens as members of the new cab iscd iooooo but he will be president we ever had anyway liykcLAnv insurance rates arc go ing up This is a great shock to those who have been preaching the growth of honesty BEN GARCIA is dead in the age of 117 years There might be some trouble carrying a message to him now Cecilia ted piety is the poorest kind of calculation Loves little deeds loom largest on the recording angels books The biggest deposits m heaven made when nobody but God is lookingSome climb into the church principally to escape collec tlon themselves to a wrong keep their eyes open to its revenuesThe to cleanse the world seems to occur to a good many scrubsIt be a good deaKeasier to some saints if they Vouia to heaven It takes more than a mys y man nc me pn a minister of the Many think they are fighting sin when they are having a good time stabbing sinners The life absolutely sincere to the best it knows is the best sermon any can preach A failing tiny nerveno laiger than the finest silken from the Heart its impulse its power Us regularity The Stomach also has its bidden or inside nerve It was Dr first told us it was wrong to drug a weak or failing Stomach Heart or Kidneys His prescription Dr Shoops di rected sinriglff for the cause of these aiKiirii these weak and faltering r This no doubt clear ly explains uhy the Restorative has of late grown so rapidly in popular ity Druggists say that those test the Restorative even for a days soon become fully convinced pf its wonderful merit Anyway drug the organ Treating the cause of sick ness is the only sensible and success jyl Sold by all dealers REt l IIltleu b c t-rI 0klSN L 1 fir I ADV A lUA 0 pitprr nl 0 I I L 7 SCfta a matter Too lAILJR J II laet IU r I I Arkansas- at i t serI awi1 yt he o T bandwagon Thc who blind burry J 0 QJ lifee e 0 threadtakes Shoopwho Restorativeis nerves d ill 1 J Wr v w iwrr Ow tin rc Iii Cards hoar e T poru8er x- aeeond dory roa YttCNler- e e tadl late the patty A the n are a salary the biggest a i cttfied creeds Far esianbi arc itton love dead I a ide i4on t few p- W way r Some gtgbfe ion OTTO A UOTIIKUT Chnplrr IIH ljre Chapter II Ditvln Cnn Clinitr IIIPKot ClmiUrr VThe ClUtrt of flirty yy y y yj jyi CHAPTER II DAVIS CAVE II I er Docrtbod Four I 1tRtitttkn CRkX1i r t k atT t In Chorcrlt tY I Rock Ito k Mill is not a city but nevertheless a place of sufficient sue to keep a sober man from passing through without being awaic of it Altho1 Walter nor myself had ever visited there before we experienced no trouble in locating Halslcy the only store in town We informed our friends Henry C and Will H Halsley and Arthur Yearqtn that the object of our trip was to take a look at the Davis Cave just for the satisfaction of having seen the pit into which lonz Pen nington threw the body of his vic tim Simon Davis Our program was endorsed with a cheer of welcome Without any further ceremony each man was Kiven a gun and then on the com mand to march forward we began our walk to the scene of a once famous murder Having heard no explanation re garding these guns and seeing no need of such weapons 1 began to fear that the days of the Outlaws and Regulators had returned and 1 would soon meet the fate of Old Sisk the character in James Weirs Lonr Powers who some seventy five years ago was according to that author marched to this cave by the Society of Safety made to stand on is brink there shot and his boy allowed to fall into the hole into which he had helped throw a victim nut Weirs version of that feature of the incident was groundless and so were all my fears 1 soon learn ed that our guns were for no other purpose than that of shouting at rabbits We certainly used them along our march But I dare say the powder and lead consumed in crippled Davis Cave was soon reached for it is located only a half mile north of Haleys Mill and a quarter of a mile east of the Lower Greenville and Hopkinsville road In a field some 50 yards from the cave we saw the grave of the unfortunate Davis marked by an unlettered headstone and a youinfftalnult The moUjth of a cave is on a slop pj Cafe overlook Hollow M is shaded a few hickories and oaks one of which is a poison living remainder of the ve nomous deed enacted here This opening resembles the mouth of a than that of a cave It is about seven feet in diameter near the top and widens slightly with the depth which is some twenty feet A number of shelf rocks protrude from the wall and suggest the prob ability that this is a mere surface hole leading to a larger cave The murder of Davis by Penning ton was in its time one of the most extensively discussed subjects in Kentucky The great significance of the case lay in the fact that with Penningtons punishment the mis chief of the Outlaws ceased It saw the bcginiung ol a more efficient reign of law and consequently end ed the reign of Regulators James Weirs Lonz Powers published in 1850 is a romance based on the manoeuver of Lonz Pennington and RegulatorsToday Davis story is still the local traditions but some of the recent versions have changed it almost beyond recogni I shall try to give you an outline of this tragedy gathered principally from the records of the Pennington trial held in Hopkins vine in the spring of 1846 About the year 1839 Simon Davis an Irishman married and settled in the northern part of Christian coun near the Sinks of Little River Through his wife he came into of a small tract of land and property valued at about one thousand dollars Lonz Pennington who had been driven out of county by the Regulators lo Gated on a farm about a mile and a half from the home of Davis The two men became seemingly the best of friends On April 25 1845 the f Davis died The widower then de ceded to move to Illinois which in r c hale ear in I u U 4 Iwo F t b entwinedwith vinea pitmore heardamong possession Hopkins wife t S lanhIIS trAiohlj flee l ill l l fat ion formation he imparted to his neigh bor and ninny others He offered his farm for sail but up to the 91 h of My of the same year had found no purchaser On that day he was seen at the Pleasant Hill battalion muster near fruit Mill The evidence shows that during the muster he was frequent ly observed with Prnnington and However only one man siv them leave together That was the last seen of Davis un til thirty three days after on Satur day July ii 1845 w en his body was discovered in this cave In the beginning Davis disap pearance aroused no suspicion for it was well known he intended to leave Besides Pennington report ed that he hud bought the farm from the widower who had as contem plated gone to Illinois But when the horse Davis was supposed to have ridden to his new home was discovered in a thicket belonging to Shuffle suspicion aroused anti a search for the body was made In the meantime Lon Penning ton was becoming more an object of distrust The neigh bors of Davis determined to find Lonz and also a man by the name of Ben F Cisncy and a searching party for that purpose In a day or two Cisney was located and held in captivity the Regu lators who finally forced him into a confession He revealed the start ling tact that Pennington killed Davis and then threw the body into the cave while he took no part in the murder except that of holding the horses some distance from the place An investigation was immediately The body had lodged on of projecting ledges about twelve feet from the top It was there discov ered by Wiley Robinson who was the first of the patty to descend It was half covered with leaves and small sticks The only sign of vio lence was a broken skull then turned over to the county authorities who placed him in jail A few weeks later he made his escape and as far as I know was never again seen In the meantime the community made every effort to locate Lonz Pennington but without success A reward of 500 was offered by Gov John J Crittendcn and an 500 by private contributions Dr R Bourland of Ballard county felt confident from the in formation he received through his brother then visiting him from Tex as that Pennington was in the Lone Star State The Doctor had pre iously decided to make a trip to Texas His leaving therefore arous ed no suspicion among the Outlaws that he was going in starch of the murderer Bourlands account of the pursuit capture and return of Pcnnjngton is one continuous story of hardship anti hazard At Columbus Ky he took a boat for Memphis from which city he traveled to Little Rock thence to the Red River country of Texas Having there found a clue he traced it and finally captured his man at a frolic in the southern part of Indian Territory He his prisoner to Fannm county Texas and proceeded to Shreve port La from which place they traveled by boat to New Orleans where they arrived on March i 1846 They immediately took pas sage on The James Dick and landed at Canton in Trigg county on the Cumberland on the 13th ol March The next tiny found Lonz Pennington in the Hopkinsville jail Dr Bourland had traveled miles on this expedition absent fifty tour days Lonzs followed John McLarn ing was the while James F Buckner represented the defense Although the jury found Tennnington of the murder of Simon Davis he claimed to the very end that he did not In the first attempt made to hang him the rope broke and he See gentlemen this a proof of my innocence The sheriff proceeded 1 PenthH ton severalother I andmore b Cisne O Ln one the Cisneywas additional Arkand 3 OO andwas trialsoon commonwealthattorney criedout twos ar1P a gaesflItcd iii thraGn ins conducted soilv it with the and on that May day of 1846 ended the earthly Career of Lonz at iftc age of thirty five The often repeated story to the ef fect that on his way to the gallows played a tune of hfs own composi tion entitled Peuningtoui Fare well is groundless Ills only farcwelln4 embraced in his last words Iih iQ just quoted Thus JMded the life of a bright young ntjypvho had he turned his of dcvotlnfhcm to cards and crime would tUijbuicdy have made an honorabMlrfame himself and his State is he has the of the first man legally hanged county III to the Penningtons it must baitl Lonzs hcartbrok man l Inz wife and five children all age and each during her enure life proved a cred county So too their many children and living in various parts of Kehl ljcM are all without a Tobacco Market The was indeed a ket UKekcjiief feature and the one of Q by the Chris called 3Ml general Manager Ew now believed that market was The loosefioor started this week by H li Ktijrnathy held two sales official vpncfus man for the of 67 hogsheads of 4 to 970 As loose floor which i aurk efforts rd doing good instead for s nk Qt Kristian hat en fnthc an honest and upright s r singl e good anti I JLB KY March I local tobacco mar in centered was the sChedtite IIP uf 2000000 pounds South tian and this was ing itomRUOated and intersifie matters this r e con arty this week Vhile these thugs holding the business in all branches during eek at which Gsao pounds f tobacco were sold aL 1 prices r to S7 Here after held nt thIs who isI Society gmt tn which e expcgrnoental sale to nccf fAt s I su 4 t distinction lie just rti lipe t ldono to the grandchildren n w a ton highly res itizcnst lopi ills Ille Hop ja pasty peck strenuous onon the which coyest new fcmPrs when c is sale iilb satisfactorily mmated were attention ufe one of the bras dh fit from S3 sales ill be hors every d Dlr Abernathy L sold newtYnxetl tobacco rites cats et from 4 atest o o uwvu uta 4uenulttarc hall c tons c f began busiiu the first of year about 30000 pounds sold on which pric tanged from 3 to 7 Slightly better grades were of fered this week and the tobacco was in better condition which made a stronger market generally lugs very bullish and showing a half a cent advance Sales were held every day Beginning this week R E Co will reopen their general and will sell tobacco at public auction either prized or loose This will make three loose floors in operation here The local salesman of the Protective Association sold 165 hogsheads of the 1907 crop was effected with representa lives of the Imperial Tobacco Com pany whereby they take about 250 goo pounds of the new crop at prices rranging from 5 to 10 all of ing from low to medium grades This tobacco is to be packed into lightweight hogsheads and must agree in grade and quality with the types by which it was bought A general air of activity pervaded the salesroom all the week Notice to File Claims All persons having claims against thse estate ot Matilda T Martin de ceased are hereby notified to pre set t the same properly proven to me as administrator for adjust me it EDGAR D Spring Hill Poultry Yards have sot ne extra good B P Rock cock ore Is for sale at Si and 2 Book ing orders for Eggs at i for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 6514 J Depoy Ky fn Horse and stock bills neatly and promptly printed at this office WAKTEII SUCCESS MAGAZINE re quires the services of a man in Greenville to look after the expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods unusually effective position per manent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications sal ary 150 per day with commission option Address with references Get typewriter supplies of all kinds at this office p thc Cooper Val huue I I anda deal it 1e MARTINI SAAsessl1agzuJt were 4 being daily Planters S T- Sp lrlin Traveler Said when it raining he couldnt cover his house and when not it didnt peed covering So with sidewalks while the mud is thick ev erywhore and you can get your walk built cheaper than ever before offered give your contracts You have only thirty days to give me your contract at tie price 11 34 cents per square foot I am tile first contactor in town to introduce limestone for sidewalks ask some civil engineer or practical concrete man which mikes the best pavement branch gravel or limestone I now offering to give you the benefit of my plan of pooling a large amount of walk thereby reducing the cost to you I am the only contractor to give to you the benefit of the great re ductkm in the price of cement and other material and up to date methods of machine mixing whicft makes better concrete The owner will be at no other expanse than his grading and 11 34 cents square foot guarantee can get is to get your work done right at first This is assured by the appointment of a competent inspector and his appointment means a competent contractor if not competent the inspector will not let him put down your walk in any old way out of any old material and in any manner no matter if he does it because lighting rods and creamery stock are guaranteed But should there be any latent defects that the inspector does not see and couldnt see that show up after work is done I will to you to your satisfaction to replace or make it good thus in suring a double guarantee I have found in my five years in the business that experience and skilUre necessary to lay good sidewalks and I have studied the by observition and experience to prepare myself for the work While I take a pardonable pride in the designs of fences and steps that I have designed and built I feel that I am better prepared than ever to cater to your tastes in the treatment of your landscapes Thanking you for your patronage in the past and appreciating al ways what contracts you may give me I am Respectfully R C McCRACKEN RANGES STOVES RANGES EEEEE3I We have added a line of Ranges and Stoves- to our stock and can save you money on them Our Range are Asbestus Lined thereby retaining the heat to iz the fuel i1 Give us a call and be convinced that we are right in quality and prices Respectfully DUKES MCDONALD J 1h ArkansawIi m s concrete am property The OU nowadays subject f Very andsaving J i t was the per bast guarantee guarantee s Good Home Recipe Get from any prescription pharma cist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon i ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ouncesShake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The above is considered as the most certain prescription ever writ ten to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms ot Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the elim inative tissues of the ftidncys en abling them to filter and the uric acid and other waste from the blood which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the afllictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet thbse who have tried it say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightest injury to the stomach or oth er organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommend ed It is the prescription of an em inent authority whose entire repu Z A I I rrwri Y strain matter tation it is sail was established by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by James W Newman on his premises about four miles South of Greenville Ky one white and red about 18 months old with long horns and unmarked and valued by J J and W T Weborn at 800 Said James W Newman un der oath that he has not altered nor defaced any flesh marks on said steer This Feb 22 1909 JAMES W NEWMAN sworn to before me by James W Newman this Feb 22 1909 BRYANT WIUIAMS- ni4t3 J P M C Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The chargesare reason able J spottedsteer Subscribedand H c 4 oj ti z Robinson states M r Special Sale Morgan Steele Ranges worth 3508 cut to 2485 Princess Ranges worth 45 to 53 from 33 up 1 only 69 White Rotary Sewing Machine slight ly used good as new 2475 1 only Banner Sewing Machine worth 25 1185 1 ft New American Sewing Machine worth 35 cut to A large stock of TilE CELEBRATED FREE SEWING MACHINES at Reduced Price Secondhand Machines in good condition from 5 Cane bottom chairs worth 350 set going at 275 Special prices made on Pianos and Organs Chance of a life time to get bargains CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE lank AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 31st 1908 RESOURCED Loans and Discounts Expense House and Lot and Fixtures Bonds Cash on hand and due from Banks LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid Up Deposits Surplus and Undivided Profits 33878212 270916 497700 5 550oo 5636918 30333746 2600000 368616 96 1377050 30838746 I Thos E Sumner Cashier of the above named Bank do solomnly swear that above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief THOS E SUMNER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this the sth day of January 1909 F H LEWIS Clerk By H C LEWIS D C OfficersW A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant CashierDirectorsW A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin JI01IZIi O I t o 175 I JJ r upi J 1 These quotations GOOD ONLY UNTIL MARCH 15 1909 A t TM MORfi N sON z 6reenvill fK r ul11rubrrg abittg5 6rrtubiUl ttutudtU t uu nnn u r 5TS 18018 B8 ttttje ttuC 1t ti t 4 Y sr non 1 I r r 5 r T p 1 r k EASY TO PUT ON Ii scams s 1 cosyOF INSUR A c1The BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can have is a Cortright Metal Shingle RoofI- tcannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and sec them 6 M DEXTER CO Agents Subscribe for Ihe Record Only 50c r1 FAITH UY EDWAUD BUIWBU LVTTON Ruben Itutwer n born Nov 8 Ifcll I IHSHI known to American tvmlcr nil Owen MermtUh the author both of potmi novel of umiMml merit He was fur n while it rcnltlent of Washington D l HM MM retnrj to Sir limey llulwer then Drltlrth win t r There U no unbelief Whoever plants n Hied beneath the Anil willH to Me It away the lie trnstH In llod Whoever whtn clouds nn In the He patient heart tight breakcth by anti bv Trusts the Must Hltfli Whoever sees innth winters llelils of snow The harvcHt of the future grow Coils mower must know Whoever lies down on couch to sleep Content to lurk each sense In hlniubcr deep Knows nod will keep Whoever Toimnrow The Unknown The Future trusts the power alone He disown The heart that looks on when the eyelid cloe And dares to live when life has only woes Cioda comfort knows There IH no unbelief And day by tiny and night nncoiiHclouMy The heart uses by that faith the itchy CJod knotvcth why Mr B F Cox of Madisonville was here Sunday visiting friends See Dukes McDonald about that new Range 4 Quarterly court was in session Monday bringing many extra peo ple to town W II Reynolds has opened his gallery 125 Mr and Mrs E P Rucstcr of Maressa Ills are visiting relatives and friends in the count Get horse and stock bills at this office We may expect some ugly weath er the latter part of the least as March came in like a lamb Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co The Brown band of street preach crs was here again Saturday and Sunday and drew large audiences to their services For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No 189 oodburn the son of Mr and better and will soon be out again Have a piano Special prices arc now being made by T M Son the up to date music house 2t Mr J A Jonson was here Sun day on a short visit to his father Judge J C Jonson who is consid erably improved and will soon Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Homecoming days are popular but Sunday was notable as a home leaving day everyone being out walking riding or driving enjoying the beautiful day Take advantage of the special of fer on the Louisville Daily Herald and The Record both one year for 275 March is scheduled to play all kinds of pranks with us on the weather proposition we have al leady had some seven or ten kinds of weather and the month is very young Mrs Mary Webb died at her home near the Branscom place eight miles northwest of town last Wednesday from the infirmities of tgc She a and was well known and widely related over the county The Bard property in Greenville for sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo is an old saying that a peck of March dust is worth all a ransom In that event we must have a whole empire coming to us as every pedestrian got as much as a pint in his face Monday morning Judge T J Sparks is being con gratulated on his appointment by the Governor as commonwealths attorney in this district to fill out the unexpired term of the Hon R Y Thomas who resigned to repre sent this district in Congress t Mr Sam Henry and Miss Ruth Eades of Central City were mar tIed by Rev G B McDonald at 330 Wednesday afternoon of week The ceremony was performed on the highway near the depot and was witnessed by just a few friends f t ea eo1 I 4 II 1 e till push emit his I N I i I i I i I I t monthat t F Green has been down I i I I as i j I t J I r i 1 1 f i to- c o r J t I II of- J JofiJ r j a ft i n i t- e kiP l nod ro m says sky 14 R silent it 1 ors 4 darts this f s t f i 11ttB with pneumonia but is considerably you Mor- ang bout I t r t j 1 it wa t- It king t y 4 ii N S e Ia y ri it r e THE WORLD 15 AT MY FEET THE BEST OF ALL rj T Iit 3 4 l S j Tj MONTE h LaMBADB HOUSE GREENVILLE KY TUESDAY MARCH Q i OPERA As the price of eggs goes down it meets the price of milk It will only require a few consec utive days of warm weather to bring barefoot boys to life front now If its books magazines etc get them from this office The first real touch of the season of that tired feeling came and many people were stricken Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash Mr J W who has been confined to his home for some days is improving and left yesterday for Nashville for treatment by a Stock bills of all kinds promptly this office Miss Genevieve Hayes has from a visit to relatives in Indian apolis and Louisville where she has been for some weeks Dykes McDonalds Lined Ranges a fuel 4 Mr and Mrs C W Roark witnessing the inauguration of Taft today and after a few days in Wash ington will visit many other points in the east spending the month on the tour Croup positively stopped in minutes with Dr Shoops Croup Remedy One test alone will surely prove this truth No vomiting no distress A safe and pleasing syrup Soc Sold by all dealers Billy Possum is the newest fad and the Taft emblems will soon be manifest everywhere However it is hardly possible that this will equal the Teddy bear rage which covered the country as with a blanket Good morning Dont need a piano Five sold last week by T M Morgan Son them for pianos at The Greenville Light Water Co has purchased from Messrs Kirkpatrick Eaves a fine span of young matched mules which will be Worked to the ice wagon The team has attracted attention and is considered a good investment for the company Get a set of pneumatic tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Managerproprietor Barbour Head of the Greenville Livery Co with the advent of spring and a promised heavier business is the addition of several vehicles and additional horses so that he may take care of his trade in the best manner Realizing the growing de mand for hotter vehicles ha will provide the best and may atldjjan item that will prove a revelation to the public Do YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLKCK It so we can help you We nave already put hundreds through by means of our plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a free scholarship in any school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 2931 East 22nd Street- st New York City Typewriter rib bons etc of all kinds at this office I goingup U Tuesday Lam printedat sSee Asbestos safer I are o II Callon much rubbers contemplating- s papersupplies 1 1- J l specialist returned S i you college PLAYS kls one of the A few plays your X while It will be pry sented by one of Fred G Con rads companies and he says Your Moneys Worth or Your Money fe and no Back Talk3 l 1A soul stirring c worthproduction dof the jgreatest f Ros drama ever A presented to the public c lion T J Sparks Appointed Common wealths Attorney T J Sparks was last week Commonwealths Attorney for this judicial district to the unexpired term of the Hon R Y Thomas who will represent the third congressional district in Congress after March Judge Sparks was born in Muhlcn berg County near Earlcs in the year 1 863 He lived on the farm and attended the district schools until he was twenty two years of age He then attended the Greenville High School and later took a course at Lexington Kentucky- lie taught in the public schools of his county for a period of five years He elected County Judge in 1898 and was reelected thus serving two terms He was admitted to the bar in 1900 but did not begin active practice until his term as County Judge had expired He then formed a partnership with j T N Belcher the being known as Belcher and Spark He hascn joyed lucrative practice from very beginning of active practice I incntly qualifies him new duties he is now about to assume During his term as County Judge he succeeded in getting a settlement of the railroad debt tliat had so long hung over the county and made the county a more inviting field for capital to invest its money He was on the building committee that superintended the erection of the new court house has been prom inently identified with the for water works and electric lights and is now on the committee for the erection of a new school building for Greenville He is al ways ready to lend his influence to any new enterprise that looks to the upbuilding of his city or We think the appointment a mer ited one and bespeak for him the success in his new work that has at tended him inhis other enterprises The partnership of Belcher Sparks will continue in the future i as in the past After March loth I will have barred Plymouth Rock eggs hatching for sale from good stock at 75 cents per 15 G H ADAMSON Phone 238 Greenville Ky Mr Marion Tipton of Evansville was here 011 business the first of the week Messrs T N Belcher and Robt Hardison Jr were in Frankfort this week on business matters Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates The opera house will be light again next Tuesday night Monte Cristo will be played a firstclass company SeeJ E Coombs if you have furs and as he highest cash prices On account ot lack of a quorum there was no meeting of the city council last Monday night which was the time for the regular session The meeting was adjourned to next Monday night New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ice place office in position to command your job printing wants fillout was firm in Criminal Law movement n b i this S appointed tit the His experience cm bribe county fo whc hides lo set pay y = Marvelous Hypnotist Co ifig to Green Prof J A Hemstreet the and mind reaUenf presented a fine program at the theatre lust night to a packed The program consisted first of a number of feats itS mind reading and then a hypnotism and iJwtnerism The first feat of mind reading was the finding of ribbon laid upon the shoulders of the peojJeln the this being tjiUne while the pro fessor was Several other wonderful followed but one of the most remarkable was three men in Hnej audience who were unknown to a mindpicture had him while blind by a mem ber of the commitec to the stage In this work the professor went alone the mind 6f te audience tests the profess no ones hand but was diiccied to the The mesmeri mad hypnotism exhibitions were u1 t remarkable de gree and afforditi much amusement to the audience the com mittee fighting bees trying to rid themselves of1 sticky syrup making love iih their best girls shaving people and dbiog other ton sorial work nursing babics selling circus tickets suffering with tooth ache laughing at jokes or making ugly faces Some of the situations were the most imaginable and kept the large audience con vulsed with laughteiyihough none of theta were embarassing to the gentlemen of the comrmttce Nash vine Tenncssean Prof Green ville Wednesday March 10 and two ladies or ondlady and one gentlemen will be admijtcd on one paid ticket if at the dpcra fouse be fore i M Notice to PfiWic persons having claims against the estate of 1C P llcaddeceascd are hereby notified to same to me at once at Dcpoy Kentucky st MRS PRiNciillEAD Adrnx Manager Gilman conteinplates the starting of the ice plant irt next ten days as the held of ice is running somewhajt and weather conditions now creating a demand for the output This part of the machinery is bcing thorough ly overhauled and tested and ing found in firstclass condition so the company expects to be able to meet all local demands and Have a sufficiency for outside trade as it did last year when many were shipped to other points in ad dition to wagon deliveries The water und process of manufacture insure the very best ice Hiding a tallow dip under a bush el does not make it an arclight Fortify now against the Grip for it comes every season sure Prevent ics the little Candy Cold Cure Tab lets offer in this respect a most cer tain and dependable safeguard Pre ventics at sneeze stage will as well also surely head off all common colds But promptness is all import ant Keep Preventics in the pocket or purse for instant use IJoxof 48 fur 250 Sold by all dealers j ytlfe hypnotist r1f exhibItions- in audience ul folded finding iitllr but ofwhom transmitted- to ltd him of the ob- I OOgt Jli 1iOdS of I in t tone ng of word and rdcg calling it 01t J ridicu l 8 is r the rAil is be It carloads- n f then J I ibi I r I rsz house numb feats begin directing I pother held v sit 1 b tbe the i stetre9tt s lmo party tiitak a number or thep He had bumble Hemstreet will b ti night present the over supply flow arc 4 Serves You Right xgj The J L Roark Estate complete stocks in all departments is in the tS best position to 4 Serve You Right 3 Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scicn JjC Jk tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there 4 y fore to your own satisfaction v f Servo You K 4 SeiVe You Right jfr The volume and quality of cur business arc the result of each other The fx v better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of foy business given us the better service we can give in return THE JL ROARK ESTATE U v Greenville Ky j r tf r t r t t r t t t l carrying I t jff I t r f j r r r m B per b 4 4 1 N 1 i cIt p r r e q Implement and vehicle dealers are getting large shipments of goods Dukes McDonald have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to their stock t f4 It is easy to notice the growing hours of daylight and in a short while day and night will be equal Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewals border and ceiling at Roarks Roads have been drying out the last few days and will soon be in good shape unless it rains again After March loth I will hare barred Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching for sale from good stock at 75 cents per 15 G II Phone Greenville Ky Dealers in wire fencing have been doing much business lately and sales on this jtcm are growing to be enormous as the scarcity of timber forces the use of wire for fencing Card of Thanks We desire to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends who stood so loyally by us during the illness of our loved one May God re ward them one hundred fold M H W L RICHARDSON AND FAMILY Muhlenberg roads stood the hard rains spendidly show ing the benefit of the grading ahd other work that has been lone by rood and bricks commissioner Poole the past years It is the fixed hope of every one that in a short time there be permanent work done on our highways when crushed stone will face the roadway properly prepared for this coating by being properly graded and drained and then we may expect permanent improve ments Lost Feb 24 near J C Jonsons some currency which can be de for which a reward will be paid Apply at this office f f f I in AIL I O 3S lIdO 41U L scribedand W rapidly will Mock Court Trial The mock court trial held at the court house last Friday night drew an audience that filled the room and the Womans Book Club who plan ned the entertainment realized 7360 toward furnishing the ladies waiting rmm in the court house The trial was a breach of promise case MUs Helen Grant suing Mr W for some 73 cents for total losses sustained by his fail to comply with his rontnct W H Gray was on the bench there was quite an array of legal talent both sides being well represented The witness list was lengthy and the testimony drawn out was very amusing containing many local hits The wrangling between counsel examination of jurors crossexamination side remarks etc provided am ple vehicle for shots at almost every body concerned in the trial and for a few outsiders All jokes were well taken and good humor general After considerable the jury composed of an equal number of ladies and gentle men returned a verdict of 66 cents in favor of the plaintiff but a pro viso enables the defendant to evade the payment It is likely the pro viso will be fulfilled This is March and there are no predictions on the weather every body being compelled to take it as it i Mrs T E Sumner has been very sick at her home for a few days and her condition was not unproved yesterday afternoon 3679 California MONON ROUTB Colonist oneway tickets at the ajbove rate will be on sale daily from and to April 3oth at Louis the MQNON ROUT to California North Pacific Coast and intermediate points Monon trains leave Union loth St and Broadway and con acct at Chicago with all tinenul lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt at tention when addressed to K H H acini J9t P A Louisville Ky THE RECORD Soc per year f f f C ling witnesses was- comes r to station I dlail mason deliberation March vine via r Trans Con t r Injured by Jumping frcm Train Tault Wing a well known colored man was seriously injured bv tag from a westbound through i freight near the depot last Thursday evening Whig works in a mine at Hillside anti was riding home here train which he caught as it crawled the grade near the mine Several other men did the same thing which is in fact a pretty general practice The train was running pretty lively whpn it passed this point lint Wing alighted He lost his footing and was thrown some distance being bruised and injured internally He is slowly Hon Q B Coleman has been in very serious condition for some days and his state is causing grave appre hension to his family and friends His brothers came down from Tuesday and his family is at his bedside Mrs V A Wilson of Madison ville Mrs Pell of Evan vine and Rev Tommie OMiryan of Madisonville have been conduct ing a series of services at the court house since last Thursday night services being held afternoons and evenings The attendance has been good and the interest is growing Capt R C McCracken has plac ed a conditional contract for a Eti reka concrete mixer of ample and if he secures the ad ditional contracts necessary will have the machine shipped about April i By this laborsaving de vice he will be able to fulfill his con tracts at the greatly reduced price of cents per square foot for sidewalks and guarantee the very best work and material It will on ly require a few thousand feet to in sure him the required amount and there is little doubt that he will be able to make the deals This is a saving like onethird over the hand method and is recbg nized as speedier in way The reason the bigot advertises his one idea so vigorously is that it is his whole stock in intellectual trade f f rf f Imp i I ona I t I I Lillie Van II 3 t ofsomething andbetter ever 1 1 recovering Louisville constantly i i proportions A- i 5 4 r iY1 ROARK Fviriiture Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Gaskets Robes Wrappers Slippers Gr ve Vaults Disinfection ROARK If J If If r S e I i tWallpaper If we are to Make s nipul In the lmi rvomont of our nry brcc a us we may reujjuaby expert topiw cr Ulon of the breeding piwurs of tiro of approve nerit must be given more atoatio t tlmn It h ti receivrd In ttis pwt Some Inlh nre uoturnlly Jdous yet bad ter ar lu niuetctithi of them in the result of the way they fo miutagod For Nome tone niter the nrrlval of Patvastfc Ind at tho University of 1111 uois conditions made it necaswary to lcrp him In n smnll stnll with no oxer i s except that givu on the slaff tjurlixw ifwlts were notel for aliout n year but by this ime there were evl ilfiucR n 1hanTe should be made llo Mna ncconllugly given n larger with access to an o itc yard where oxarclre could to taken nt wll railliiT to move about as much a he was led about with the Maff rutll hs bad disposition madef cd It F Mf In I renkng n staff nnl Jcoj the of his attoidnils xt two different times Thou It v u da ftdi il llwt lespud tie rem hitler of his dryi In coafijoment Suci a dict nntnmlv rnlRctl the question of prjviilliiR exerole whIch was done by Installing a trend power There l iu o eilnK In to stall or yard large enough to permit of his os cppo If It fthould be left op a The approach through which copio to the breeding rack barely admits them nud Is trio Wall for his exit The trend power anl breeding a Inn C38 I e hut t hItrib lint cr- tt cows eon uQnlb No- l tall ho- ri iI r t BAUCASTIO LAD met which stood at the remote cud of yard ore jux ewlble to tie stall by n unrrow ralacd walk ly n li null and yard n ropo h mapped fi Iptos ha flutf This h done ly simply ttf roiicbH 3 through do haw of stall na bo stand at his manger The mid Vf v Is passed through tho door nod tho nt v tcndant ntcpplug through another opening lends him along the passage TRY as shown In tho cut lie takes Ills place readily In the power null the attendant handles the brake Vuca It la desired to use the brccdug rack the cow Is made In position and the ante wIllet was formerly In front of the rack h swung over In trout of the anti serves as n guard to tho nt tcuilnnt With this arrangement no one need be Injure The power gen crated not utilized hare except as It Ksrcetccd the disposition and re Juvcuatcil the physical powers of laid lIe was declledly dangerous when Ilrst put to work but li now n geutlonmu Xot only that he Is a brreJer on a power Ho has worked from tho first and seems to enjoy It The equip inept is not expensive wliwi the Im portance of prolonging tho daj8 of use fulness of It sire Is considered The good results from this trial en cotirapo us in advocatin more strong y than ever the use of mature slrca Iecaupc tlipy cnn be handled wifely and easily It would be wiser perhaps to train them to toll while young than keel them In that senseless show condition which conduces to bad temper and undermines vitality rays Ilcrlwrt A Hopper Instructor In dairy cattle nt the University of lllhiols- fVircasilc Lad Is time sire of eighteen A R Qt rta gitora nail eight who Have fifty A II O daughters He hats more than t ntyflve sons heading leading herds fe t fce oJntry He Is tovf nIne c4 Apparently at fha age of g eateat IN i from Hoards Dairyman ifccjl of tho Herd TJ the farmer J jnlor who breeds finlry cowa Cur their dfljry worth I would recommend t o pan of breeding producers togcUier to get producers I would go ta that breeder of pure bred stock whose repntntlon for truth telling Is above question and ask him to show ane th Indtr1fl j l jeconls of his herd for as many years ASJ imp can Thus he can do for any ma 9 J Vfortliy the title of breelcr knows the perforjnnuce of his nnlmals Look among the bulls foe lias for sole for one whose mother and both grandmothers have yielded love 300 pounds of tat for several years In succession Then leek for vigor null strength nub evidence of function In that Individual and see that among hs relatives there are no weaklings Professor G M Gowcll Ciuscd Uy Careessn s From n considerable experience as n dairyman n gatherer of cream 01 n create route 1 Quil flint poor or sour cream lRnluost alijay twcd care Icqsncas income way on th part of dairyman that Is careless nt every o will be carelass In tho dairy anil Stliatevor the method nspd there will be n failure to n first class product and also a failure to secure the Income thnt would come to one who gives careful attention to the business In all its i Rode Peaobscot C wty ile v v JjI the protected e 1g11ilJ Jit to M huh f1f5lf tlfJ tr C101uof ii s l h 1 Ian says t coming J j sons y s5l 1I tI II h th J o i 110tnlh t J 1 t i1J r 1 x pvlttliey It hi dated Giarel4g the v i the I 5 Y- 1 fast power c sotrath- er ears find iq ustrallnn Tbs e iri t t nut i i Thc jv snn 5 secures a BEGINNING WITH SHEEP Skill In Shepherding U tho Keynote to Success Let mo advise the beginner to start with n few sheep ways W C Coffey of the University of lllinol Observe them closely often nod attempt to learn their nature This more than anything else will teach you how to manage thorn You do not have o live with them but as nu old successful shepherd said Who shadow of tho shepherd should IK over them The anticipation of their Ills and needs h the highest test of the shepherds skill and It I this that every beginner should set out to learn The keynote to HUcccsRfuI sheep hus bandry anywhere is skill In shepherd tug Cartful selection of foundation stoIc Is all Important The ewes should be strong in constitution healthy and active I5y tho term healthy we menu that they IMJ free from such Internal parasltea ns stomachs worm tape worm etc The farm that has not had sheep on It for a number of years Is usually clean and if the beginner Introduces in InfcJtcd sheep upon his term ho greatly the chances of attacks iron parasitic diseases Active ewes with strong constitutions usually nurse well aiul impart rapid growth to the InmlM which U n very Important fume vor In innUUi Iambs prime for an early market where tlioy nearly ahvayn sell nt fancy prices One of the Best Crosses One of time bc t crosses is to breed n good pure bred ram of any of the Jown breeds upon ewes having a Infusion of Merino blood weight of U c Merino also Impnru hardlneaa while the Pown blood a carcass which meets with favor ou the market Beware of indiscriminate crossing or time use of inferior grade rams because either method results In lack of uniformity and quality In tho IJocU Helping Cut the Paiturci Aside from allotted pastures the lock should have a chance occasionally at tho neglected places They enjoy cleaning up corners Rape anti cowpcns or spy beaus sown In tho corn just before the last cultivation furnish excellent forage in early autumn for lambs retained tor yearlings Otter the breeding ewes can bp given a brief run upon tills sowing to Hush them in preparation for the breeding season A small acreage of winter rye serves well to satisfy the ewes and lambs In early spring until the pasture grasses have reached sufficient growth for ffrafclnjf la winter feeding It the grower hits some hay such as clover or cowpoa hay noy uso the grain that Is cheapest and easiest available The General Purpose Farm Horse Many tanners get tbo Idea that nil they have to do Is to breed their non descript mares to some leggy coacb or hackney to get a general purpose farm horse We have seen hundreds of colts from this tInt of breeding and must day not 0 cent of them are even fair specimens of general horse while 00 per coat or more are failures from every point of view vrJtP3 n breeder In Denver Field and Tarot Wo ha vp seen much better re suits when the staon bS been a finer and more compactly bum PHP or when n hackney or American trot or Pf compact smooth muscular type hats till These observations lead to the conclusion this latter plan is the surest one to brim some jucasure of success in producing a gen oral purpose farm horse THE SWINEHERD Have plenty trf help in IjqijdUns the heavy hogs ing to the cellar Figs showing signs of thuoips sljguU be stirred out of the near Hoots and vegetables together with scraps from tho house should bo given to tho hogs One of the best foods for young pljjfj Is middlings rays the Farmers They will do well on It whoa mixed with water If mixed with skim milk It Is n better food and whey Is superior to water Many breeders make the mistake of ojeplng the herd boar In a dirty JPV tyd provide no yard for him to cx crcjsa ji uld have a strong pen n yard of ajjojit ffy jcro away from the rest f the herd Pigs of about tto sauio ago and W rvp best when confined In yards by jtliomsolves They look better feed and better A goal to follow fa to make Jarse yards Dud not coo nc the rim gn too small an area Small or weak pigs can be uoirMcd on the bottle containing warm cows Wjjk with a little sugar added Cien Disinfected yards help keep tho cholera away A good hog louse m nij jj pd hog buslnefisWdiJJtlpaoJ espcrlmeatg the T r route station the results nt tho Vcrpiput gtlier thut for young qd growing hogs slightly sour mill Is n hotter feed ttjaa sweat Got the hogs to market when they are properly fitted When thPv heavy anti do not oat readily fitted When they got fat nnd lip to good weight gain or weight In put ou nt nn Increased cost Hare your breeders from the sows that nre tho best mother- A quarantine pen Is necessary on every fann where hogs nre kept and should be made tight Any new hogs thnt come Into the herd should be pine oil In It nud confined until alldnugur Is t and 1 I that per flip purpose con h heap e 0 1 thoroughIy small ttcr 8 porlmcD Onn a I I J g5 7j 7 St redeea stroll Besides fl epee recur s such lcgt mlnous t Jrc teat Advocate put vale rat anti start they pro rS SKIM MILK FOR LAYERS Tests Which Indicate That It Greatly Increases Egg Production rite department of agriculture tins received n report from the Wast Vir ginia experiment station of n test mule to determine the vau of tACm milk IM against water for wetting a feed mash says American Poultry JournalIn first test which covered 122 iluya twentytwo bolts fed skim laid eggs ns compared with UfltJ ergs laid by the twentytwo hens fed mash wet with water In the Hrst period of the second test sixty hens fell the skim milk ration laid StKl eggs In thirtyseven days an compared with KJ2 eggs laid by n shin liar lot fed no skim milk In the seer and period the rations were reversed The chickens fed skits milk laid 12 0 eggs in llftyslx days as compared with 08 In tlu wise of the lot fed no skim milt la both experiments more eggs were produced when skim milk was substituted for water for moistening the mash Under the conditions prevailing In these experiments and with egg sell lug for 20 or 2 cents per dozen skim milk used for moistening the ninth had n feeding value of from 1V to 2 cents per quart In these trials S12 quarts of skim milk were foul re suiting in nu Increase lu the egg pro duction of 702 ergs Chicken Chatter Increase the poHfc dcreflsln number ofiill hcna Well managed poultry Is preferable ta farm crops In that poultry will pro duce au income at all tinges of the year Ho not well bred poultry No territory has over been noted for Its poultry products unless well bred fowls were the rule Get rid of some of the many roisters that pre now worrying the hens to no goad purpose They nrp deadheads and eat up tho prollt of flook By raising standard bred poultry one will be able to sell stock and eggs for breeding purposes nUll get much better prices than when selling eggs ami fowls for food only Hunt up private customers nUll agree to sell them strictly fresh pegs then do It A good price should bp secured and tho payment will bo made In crab j Instead of groceries Farmer Vincent lien Saying Grit makes gritty hens Gritty lions are the OUCH that pay If the earth under your henhouse Is naturally put In a Iftlry nud arc nil rlgiiT Any broken pangs of your houses Hotter put good punas In Boup often gets In nt tho window and so do other kinds of disease Mate your fowls about n month tin time for setting Keep only male birds that arc as nearly perfect In all points as possible If you use nu upubat jr dont try to save money by buying pour TJjaf Is the cause of hosts of failures Farm Journal TO Cure E3 JJAMngi There Is a fur ugg patina which lu two years of careful rpadijg of poultry magazines I do not rempui bpr having seei given says n writer tu ParmrFpuJtFy It costs nothing and certainly beats sump pt jjrbarojiH methods I have seen rcconnuendpt u standstill When your hens get to gating their eggs go to a bakery hotel tip boarding house and them to save you a lot of Jced nil your hens will eat and n fe v over nail f It docsut stop the trouble then It Will J a tlie flrsf ever heard of where It felted Beans For Poultry It Is nn accepted fact throughout sections of the country that poultry will 0t Oa beaus Many of the New York farmers state t flt It te utterly useless to try to teach poultry to eat beans of any kind unless they the broke 109 small pieces or cooked ns Is often dons for the hogs Nothing corldbo better for poultry 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