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prominent Yale professor suggest ed to insurance men that human life might be lengthened materially if proper steps were taken The hint was one that had com mercial value to the men addressed as will readily appear ifa little thought is given to it The officials of the New York health department have just made some comparisons of the conditions in that city in 1908 and those that eXIsted in 1898 One of the things discovered was that fewer children under 5 years of age died in the city in 1908 than in 1898 although the total population has increased by over 1000000 in the decade The exact figures are for 1898 25499 for igoSj 24 MO A table showing deaths at 25 35 55 65 75 and 85 indicates that there has been a notable shrinking in the number of deaths at each point except the last two For illustration At25 in 1898 there were 6673 deaths as against 3206 in 1908 The other points indicate like gains At 85 however 904 died in the last year and 762 in 1898 At 75 there were 2727 deaths in 1898 and 3175 in 1908 A com parison of death rates show that in 1898 it was 1928 and in 1908 it was 1652 The health officials believe that the statistics prove that life is being lengthened as a result of their cam paign This has secured greater vigilance on the part of the author ities and more knowledge among the Particularly in the case of tuber culosis there has been marked There is reason for great satisfaction with is being made Iff PghlTng this Tw importance of the observance of simple rules of health has generally recognized The git of than Si V by Mrs W K Vandcrbilt Sr for t the construction of sanitary tene meats for people afflicted with tuber culosis is reported These will be conducted in con nection with a hqspifal which has been meeting with steady success in handling cases ot this disease- It is not exactly a charity It is believed that the returns from the investment of funds will show a sat isfactory income even with rentals low and favors shown to those who need a certain kind of care There arc people who are dispos cd at times to make light of the ac tivities of those who arc pushing the fight against the tuberculosis peril But the statistics that arc being published from time to time appear to bear out the claim of these for health that steady gains arc being made That a woman of wealth should be willing to set aside a million dol to help a good cause along is encouraging That the compara figures for a decade apart prove that life is being prolonged is even more gratifying h Some Great Catastrophes It is the general opinion that earthquakes constitute the most ter vnblc of the worlds catastrophes both as regards loss of life and oi property says an Eng lash writer This however is not so The convulsion in southern It aly killed not less than 200000 peo 1 and in this respect it is easily ft the most dreadful occurrence of Its v kind historic Lisbon earth quake which ranks next below it in l regard to the number of fatalities about 50000 deaths in that ps pe alone and about an equal jJKnurnber elsewhere The South f S American one of 1867 was responsi ble for 30000 That which de ssfroycd Aleppo in 1822 slew 20000 i EThese are the four worst earthquakes oncerning which anything like re l statistics arc obtainable and total combined loss of life it l Ilwill be observed did not at t exceed 350000 f T But when the Yellow river burst banks in September 1887 more 7ococoo people were drowned j of i ftl II t J people of the laws of snnitauono advance f the f tL r v ort haJ more campaigners Jars tive ears 2 It It I i The to city t Y liable the an U t 4 i s t4 I i L V15 ever progress foe M rg t3 at Ana has takCfl a in the battleThe become- A t t yJ a t destruction lie k caused t ate r Its than I s 4 in the resultant great flood which covered to an average depth of six feet of populous Chinese province the size of Scotland in this one catastrophe more lives were lost than in all the earthquakes re corded in the worlds history Then again there is pestilence The black death killed in China where it broke out 13000000 people in the rest of Asia 24000000 and 30 000000 in Europe or 67000000 in all In India alone and that within the past twelve years bubon ic plague has slain over 6000000 people and the epidemic still rages Famines run plagues a close sec ond The one that raged in and Madras in 1877 slew 5000 000 people and that which prevail ed in northern China in the same year and which was due to the same climatic causes cost 9500000 lives 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 erywhere as Dr Shoops Cough Rem 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 effect A few days test will tell Sold by all dealers Foods for the Gouty Doctor Haig of London who has attained eminence in the treatment of certain diseases came to his of the uricacid causation of many of neuralgia rheumatic pains gouty twinges and headache as a result of observation on himself During his student and early professional days he suffered horribly fmm periodical hejd evci in conaequenx thiii Herexperimentcd with all sorts of drugs and modes of living finally discovered that the less meat he ate the less headache he had and he found further that the oct urrcucexjf headache was marked by a simultaneous excretion of a amount of acid From these two facts he conclud ed that the headache was due to the presence of uric acid In the bipod and that the presence ot uric acid in the blood was due to meateating From this beginning was developed a complete system of dietetics hav ing for its object the exclusion of all uncacidcontaining foods since if uric acid is really the cause of these troubles no permanent relief can be expected so long as fresh quantities of the offending poison are thrown into the system every day Man is naturally a fruitandvege tablccating animal he believes and must return to his original diet as the only means to his sanitary In other words Doctor Haig is a vegetarian but a peculiar kind of one for he does not allow all vegetable foods by any means Beans and other pulse are forbidden since their protein is readily convertible into uric acid and especially docs he eschew and coffee their alkaloidal caffeine being practically the same chemically as uric acid The diet of one who would avoid becoming a subject of the uricacid diathesis or who hirasclt from the pains of the already existing condition must therefore consist almost entirely of breadstuff and cereals puddings fresh and dried fruits nuts and the milk pro ducts Water is the only beverage allowed It is a meager diet and must be more or less monotonous it is not always effic acious in curing periodical and other supposed manifesta tions ot the uricacid diathesis An occasional course of it and a habit ual more or less close approach to it are no doubt of great benefit to the general health but one must not forget that many of the ills credited to uric acid may be a direct result of eyestrain to be relieved more by glasses than by diet He is a dangerous man who spends much of his time drawing fine lines between shrewdness and u Bombay e teasing Hfsi tJuf and large uric ingredient wouldemancipate andmoreover sin I IMlir t Thus curative theory cases so called t average of a out we salvation peas headaches The Youths Companion for 1989 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panion 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 Busi ness in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stones Including Six Serial Stories Humor ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDate Notes On 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engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in the show window of the firm for sbme days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character can be engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand 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 comas 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 anagement and the generous appreciation shown by the public his caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this in view 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 Th public is gives a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine iEttgrabittg lhtr4ittt I q Y rF t t r UE AOFFElS Curs Chiiira iMfaMttwif Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles ef Children of Jlny Jge Aids DijtsUeB Regulates the Bowels StrefmUu ens the Child and MAKES TITHING EASY I Only 25o at Druggists or nail 25c to C J MOFFETT M Ms itMother Hesitate no longer but save the health life ofyour child as thousands have Ivtng theme powfeim TECTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts ever comes the effects of the summers teetkhtfohflikea Casts DSt and dons l7j steel fheat 1 1c r1 t ulrss Mr 5 5 A J I 1 fl 1- t 4f n TIIIMIMOATH nT RECORD PRESS OIIIKN I ROAIIKKccrctnrjr OKIEX L KOAKK 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County Court Cltrk of Muhlcntfrg county twl Jet to the notion of the Itopubllean party Wearcauttiorltrd to announce CEO SI ionic iv cin Uilite for reelection to the office of Jailer subject to the actlou of the Republican party THE weather at the inauguration suggests that they wringout the new as well us the old AN English clergyman says is the wickedest city on the earth Congratulations to Titlsburg investigation some more It has been accused of everything except inattention to business lTis estimated that hips are com fashion again Their pro icst against fashions attempt to sup press them has been went but ef fcctual AN airship company has been in New York with 75 000000 capital This looks like a trust that intends to corner the air market SENATOR HEN TILLMAXS opposi tion to changing the date of presi dential inauguration makes the movement in its practically A LEAKNEO doctor has discovered that there are microbes in buck wheat cakes They seem to bar monize beautifully with the microbes in maple syrup PRORAitLV there is no foundation for the that the senate will adjourn on March 23 for the pur pose of seeing exPresident Roose volt off for Africa TRIPLETS born in South few days ago bear the re spectively of William Jennings and Bryan They will not be able to vote for Mr Bryan before 1932 SEVERAL deaths already resulting from exposure sustained at the in auguration have stirred anew the agitation for a change of dates It would be much better to have the event in May when everyone might go with assurance that danger of be eliminated no what the weather THE various steamship companies are taking steps to apply to their wireless apparatus the lessons ed from the Republic disaster It will be remembered that the flood fog of the engine room put out of commission the generator which supulied the current for the wireless plant of that ship and this fact has shown the necessity for providing an auxiliary suurce of current sup ply located preferably on one of the upper decks The North Ger man Lloyd Company for this two dynamos in separate compartments and two dynamos located in the Marconi house on the boat deck To this equipment is added two sets of stor age batteries This u German thoroughness it should serve as a model for all transatlantic ships r 1 j J p F f L F f rt iAIt t nlr OWI III Uiei Irnldent t fa1 rBttMS- I II hIILII 111 A of h roof nl1 1uml1 on the eeond matter run for SIIlrllf urn fur r ron t 1 1 t rt r j Lau J r r rf inS lnto unanimous rumor Carolina names deathwould i learnt U It purpose emergency i characteristic J i Jsin er tiJ J t 1tr r Ji rt1 J iv r 1 k1 p C Vd t hide rIlt ttt N l 1It11LUllltn try IS aura M Inner Chun tln Imes will free i wtu br rrs1I eat q cla rurrntrr r uueh f f London IIE undo 4 incorporated favor mater t b a use B t atf j r t Some gfybte HorH ampler I Ilildpc Clinitcr II Care 01 TO A UOTlIICliTn- rk CliniUcr III Pilot Itu- Juvls Chapter IV The CUrt CHAPTER III rilOT ROCK 0 I n eeiiig In Dour ChnrtcrK kA 4 Dowcrlhcd tl k urClifty K w t FK After our interesting visit to D vii Cave we strolled back to Hale s Mill and there were thr guests of Ar thur Ycaryin We spent the evening scmicircled around his burning hack log and foresticks where he anti the llalslcys told us ninny of the inter sting tales and traditions of Christian In the meantime they also decided to join us on our visit to Pilot Rock Nothing could huve pleased us more It was midnight before we knew it and long after midnight before we retired I might also remark that it was long before daybreak when we started on our trip the next morning Our crowd consisted of Henry C and William H Arthur and Walter Yeargin and yours As Arthur stepped up to his buggy 1 noticed him earning a large well filled basket and a gallon jug Altho I felt I knew what their contents might be I nevertheless smilingly remarked Whats that and re ceived the brief but pleasant answer Lunch Then I thought to my self a word to the wise or sufficient and what a novel it will be to cat a snack and take a sip on top of Pilot Rock It is twelve miles from Mill to Pilot Rock When we came within six miles of our destination an insignificant looking elevation against the horizon was pointed out to me as being the object of our visit After listening to considerable explanation I finally came to the conclusion I was looking at the designated spot L of course felt disappointment ver me Nevertheless I was somewhat consoled for I bore in mind the fact that we were carrying a genuine old Kentucky lunch with us By the time we had gotten within about two miles of the Rock my seeming prospects of disappoint ment had grown beyond endurance So I pulled back on the reins and when our flying machine came to a halt I informed the crowd that I had seen enough of Pilot Rock to atisfy me and also enough to dis satisfy me I proposed we return back to the town at Carl and there on the site of the once famous Win D Fergusons store indulge in lore and lunch But my suggestion did not meet with their approval They repeated that no man unless he had actually been on the Rock could form any idea of its powers Being confident the basket and jug would prove no disappointment even if old Pilot did I cheerfully consented to stick to the crowd and the lunch As we traveled on ward I begun to realize that the nearer we approached the rising ground the larger it seemed But not until we began winding up the eastern slope of this elevation did I begin to form any conception of the area of this hill However as to the much talked of Rock I saw no sicns I doubted more than ever every word told to me its location and its being hidden from sight by the high trees around its base Quite unexpectedly and when my doubts were greatest I chanced to get a glimpse through some of the tall timbers Then for the first time state we started I began to feel that this famous place might after all possibly come up to my expectations In a few moments we were at the foot of Pilot Rock and then like a flesh all my recent of a great disappointment vanished Its sudden appearance and unlooked for proportions took my breath as it were However enough was left to carry me up through one of its two cpnvenient and steplike crevices to the top After we had climbed its full height I was indeed breathless but more from ecstacy than from ex Before us no matter in what direction we gazed lay a green ocean of rolling hills with here and there a higher billow breaking into this motionless skybound scene were its many homes and fields and surrounded by the seemingly endless sea of forests The scene is beautiful It is a climax of everyday nature of home Halsle It otherwise- is exper- Ience to glow regarding suspicions ha stion Scatteredaround islandsthe orchardsall r y i j 7 northeastern truly Haley crawTi ell I i s nature of normal nature of nature a we of the beautiful Green river country or the picturesque Penny royal know it Pikes peak has its abnormally large and barrel Mt Hood its suggestion of perpetual snow and living glaciers Mt Washington its array of Presi dential peaks and endless pinnacles But all these and many others while they are indeed grand and imposing are nevertheless In a sense abhor mat compared to most things They arc the giants of the earth Birtholdis Statue of Liberty is grand and imposing to all visitor but a Venus or an Apollo is always the source of a never tiring admira tion There is something about the view from Pilot Rock that suggests the scene front Lookout Mountain The Moccascn Curve of the Cumberland liver and the historic battle fields it is true are hire missing still the same something is felt at both of these places a clearer of this peculiar power I will simply call it a harmonious combination of beautiful every day familiar scenery But no matter what this hidden charm may be it is what it is and have ever been on Pilot Rock declare as I have already stated that the scene is beautiful Each season has its own peculiar feature summer its verdure autumn its leaves winter its snow but those who have visited Pilot Rock at ev cry period of the year favor spring For all the lilootnlnK orvhnnU glow AH with n full of HIIO- Wmndi thic trtn tn jfnt Rock I can why any man who has seen it only from a distance can not possibly have a clear conception of its size and the nature of its location From afar the Rock and elevation upon which it rests simply have the ap pearance of an ardinary what higher than those of the sur rounding country The tall trees nearly as high as the almost barren rock stand at its base and from there spread over the hillside Thus the top of the Rock and the top of the trees form what appears to unbroken curved line over the crest of the hill For that reason the Rock is not noticeable in the general outline of the hill viewed from the roads some miles away The day is nqt far oft when nil this timber will be cut away The Rock will then lose much of the beauty of its immediate surround ings but its height and form will be better understood by the mote pro saic who will be contented to sec it from a distance To such passers this cube or die shaped formation on this hill will look like a persimon on a pumpkin a big bump on a a wart on a mans nose or a knot on a log The Rock itself not including its forest covered pedestal is about 150 feet high and more or less cubical The top is a somewhat rough area of nearly an acre on which a few dwarfy trees and shrubs and some clusters of grass are growing All over this surface are evidences of pionic parties and other visitors It is an ideal spot for young lovers Sermons too have been preached on this mount Among those whose names were carved here in olden times and are still well preserved we noticed R L Morris ajid A D Lyell both marked 1849 After spending an hour in silence gazing in every direction and also in scrutinizing the Rock itself we began pointing out and commenting on this that in the distance the places we actually saw and the things we thought we saw William philosophically remarked that a man can see just as far as fie can then some There was much truth in his then some for to the south about eight miles one of us saw Fairview in and the inscription Jefferson Divls of MlHHlsslpjtl was bom June 808 un the site of this church He made n Rift of thin lot March 10 IKSO to Dethol llnptlNt Church nti n thank ofTcrlug to God Then looking toward the north COOOOr surroundings understanding allwho goy JHavlIIl rstand hills me bald- head tt II uninterrupted and seen nand Toddcounty 3 r i I earthly not n bone lI i e cast some seventyfive miles this same companion of ours saw the Lincoln farm near Hodgcnvillc in Laruc county where a Memorial Hall was being erected over the log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was burn on February i2th 09 Twelve miles to the southeast sjicd Sam Ficken giving a man a close shave in Ilojkmsvillc The third observed an electric line being built to this resort The fourth discovered the cave of the 00 Invs imagined by James Weir and described him in his Lonz Powers as existing near Pilot Rock 1 looked north twenty miles or more and beheld Orien Roark printing an account of our trip in the Greenville RKCPRO We saw all these things and even then some In our minds eye we pictured the alternating up heavels and depressions of past ge ological ages changing topography of this neighborhood We saw waves heat and frost and also what might have been glaciers and ice bergs tear down the old rocks while other formations were being built new of sand and clay and of shells and plants We saw old Pilot Ruck resist all wear and tear from the time of its birth in the Period to the present day We also saw basket and jug sitting still untouched on a slab of stone The sight of them convinced us that we had had more than en mental visions for one day and now needed something substan tial for the inner man While the food was being unpacked I suggest ed we begin jug That how ever to my surprise was not agreed upon In the meantime the con tents of our basket was scattered over a table like rock the eggs were fried and the dressed chicken broil ed Every man either useful or useless toward pre paring the feast In a short time we had spread be fore us one gt the most appetizing meals ever cooked We ate like woodchoppers Finally came the dessert with it 1 ofmilk A piece j I I I b It n b accumulations our oughof I on the didsomething in pieand I j 0 I another Sub Curboniferous of pumpkin tilt t glass of milk even under t linuri circumstances is fit for r ci but here on Pilot Rock it wxs like milk and honey for the gods Nothing more delicious and more in harmony with the oc casion corld have been brought for the ending of this glorious day and feastWe nil agreed that as long as body and soul are united no one should take a trip to Pilot Rock without a basket filled with a supply from a kitchen and a jug filled with a from a cow The landscape will feed his soul to his hearts con tent and lunch will do the rest ZlieumatisH Recipe- A wellknown authority on gives the following valuable though simple and harmless which any one cart easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparil la three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a tcaspoontul after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheu matism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose un tit permanent results arc obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent etc some of which do give rehef few really give permanent and the abovr will no doubt be greatly anprecir te i by many here at this dm Inquiry at th drug store of this neighborhood el tits t te information that these drug are harmless and can be bought sepaatly or the druggists here will mix the for our readers to Stock bills of all kinds promptly office prescription prescription medicines results sufferer prescription ifasled printedatthis t supply Rheumatism one hal t f The Arkansaw Traveler Said when it was raining he couldnt cover his house and when not it didnt need covering So with sidewalks while the mud is thick ev erywhere and you can get your walk built cheaper than ever before offered give me your contracts You have only thirty days to give me your contract at the price 11 34 cents persquare foot I am the first contractor in this town to introduce limestone for con crete sidewalks ask some civil engineer or practical concrete which makes the best pavement branch gravel or limestone I am 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 duction jn the price of cement and other material and up to date methods of machine mixing which makes better concrete The prop erty owner will be at no other expense than his grading and 11 cents per square foot The best guarantee you can get is to get your work done right at first This is assured by the appointment of a inspector and his appointment means a competent contractor if not competent the inspector will not let him put down your walk in an1 old way out of any old material and in any manner no matter if he toes guaran tee it because lightning rods and creamery stock are guarnteed now adays 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 guar antee 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 skill are necessary to lay good sidewalks and I have studied the sub ject by observation and experience to prepare myself for the work White 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 Very Respectfully R C McCRACKEN RANGES STOVES RANGES We have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to our stock and can save you money on tKehx Our Ranges are Lined thereby retaining the heat 13 to 12 the fuel Give us a call and be convinced that we are right in quality and prices Respectfully DUKES MCDONALD WALLPAPER it Special Prices Roarks man 3 Asb tus andsaving tt I 71 c Jot tt f 14 1J 171 tr v L competent v if tVl 4r ProrLE are anxious to see what character of elemental disturbances will occur when the exPresident Laves this country on March 23 From the kind of weather we had when he vacated his office unusual may be expected A failing tiny nerveno larger than the finest silken from the Heart its impulse its power its regularity The Stomach also has its hidden or inside nerve It was Ur Shoop who first told us it was wrong to drug a weak or failing Stomach Heart or Kidneys His prescription Dr Shoops di rected straight for the cause of these weak and faltering inside nerves This no doubt clear ly explains why the Restorative has of latr grown so rapidly in Druggists say that those who test the Restorative even for a few tars soon become fully convinced of its wonderful merit Anyway dont drug the organ Treating the cause of sick ness is the only sensible and success ful way Sold dealers As a household remedy for cuts burns bruises pain etc Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment has no equal Price 250 For sale by Jarvis Williams I I threadtakes Restorativeis ailmentsthese ball something popularity 3179 to Califorita MONON ROUTE Colonist oneway tickets at the above rate will be on sale daily front March and to April 30th at Louis ville via the MONON ROUTE to California North Pacific Coast and intermediate points Monon trains leave Union station roth St and Broadway and con nect at Chicago with all TransCon tinental lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt at when addressed to E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by James W Newman on his premises about four miles South of Greenville Ky one white and steer about 18 months old with long horns and unmarked and valued by J J Rob inson and W T Weborn at 800 Said James W Newman states oath that he has not altered nor defaced any flesh marks on This Feb 22 1909 W NliVMAN Subscribed and sworn to before me by James W Newman this Feb 22 1909 BKVANT WILLIAMS m4t3 J P M C Till RECORD 50C per year t J tent ion r r redspotted J saidsteer JA311 S i tjt of s under i Special Sale Morgan Steele Ranges worth 3580 cut to 2485 Princess Ranges worth 45 to 53 from 33 up 1 only fi6 White Rotary Sewing Machine slightly used good as new = 2475 1 only Banner Sewing Machine worth 25 I New American Sewing Machine worth 35 cut to 1175 A large stock of TilE CELEBRATED FREE SEWING MACHINES at Reduced Price Secondhand Machines in good condition from 5 up I Cane bottom chairs worth 350 set going at 275 ecial prices made on Pianos and Organs rnose quotations GOOD ONLY UNTIL MARCH 29 l S A- iceof a life time to get bargains l T M MOR6AN SON Greenville ty CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BrmuYtllc itattiuktj CLOSE OF BUSINESS im RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 23878212 Expense 270916 House and Lot and Fixtures 497700 Bonds 5 5500 Cash on hand and due from Banks 5636918 30838746 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid Up 2600000 Deposits 268616 96 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1377050 30838746 I Thos E Sumner Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly 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 Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin i 0 I 1 fIi 1tl11 1g Quuuiy t abi1t9 iJunIt AT TIIE DEC 31st I u uu u u i r tr 1taOa t DirectorsW t d 1185 fL1 y I I a r sr Ply f t g R k t t xsk 1arttc tcacrntil m Yticrtvlcky f N The BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can have is a 4 Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes jl the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and arc glad to quote lower prices where it is jjSb used Drop in and see them TSLr 6 M DEXTER CO Agents I Subscribe for Vtte Record Qnly SOc i t1 sI c i 1 t I o ti r V w 14t 4 Vt w SN- a GRAPES from their health ful properties give ROYAL active ingredient It is economy to use Royal Baking Powder It saves labor health and money Where the best food is required no other baking powder or leavening agent can take tho place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder i iI most its yaJJaJdif PMr ry t y- n r hi ii tr1 Powders i I I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD f XOHTU BOUND HO 122 LoulnvlH Eir H UlSnin 103 Clnulmmtl Express 101 LouUTllI Limited 4Wiitn 100 Central City Lo nl Frelplit 315 pm SOUTHBOUND No Ul Fulton Accommodation 1340pm 101 New Orleans Special 195 Paducah 710am Not a 1903 WOCnAwroRD Agl GOODBY BOOZE Its over old tncttxran tt no more well be worry Old life will cem sober enou h to us now Fur gone U the cooklull mlorne wlfh the cUcrrJ That banished the wrinkle of enl from the Ami gone U the t nlily That olivors up n bovly rep rte l the Mnllenn jbetrfUI Hero how Gut tiu M no more wilt we swallow with Mint Juleps nil well are but dreams of the pntit Martinis no more will the bartender measure The U doomed to fall earthwnrd at Each day will be dryer And tuxes jjo higher The end of the rvlgu of King Booze cometh last The ruby that tilled UN with laughter The loved whisky sourrf that tilled UH with blls jw e vry days like the gray morning Barter life U a flat na anlnjrloTQ4kl t m Uyit ih wholes chFuie of 111 ji acaliw Chanipafcnen brilliant sparks no longer will greet us On Festive Fourth Avenue after the play No longer the grafters will lay for and meet Smile on u and order a punse cafe And eyes that are bleary Are weeping unit weary For mighty Thug Darleycornt passing away No more will we know the delights of the drunken over old messmate the end draweth nigh And now to the Climax the Turf null the Duncan The Maxwell Utopia goodby Statewide how we fought er All hall Hodvwater And celerycola oU Teunes eertjdry W H Reynolds has opened his gallery fas The opera house is having plenty of attractions now Sec Dukes McDonald about that new Range 4 Robin red breast has arrived in a gratifying number Get horse and stock bills at this officeGood morningl Have you come an expert skater yet If its books magazines etc get them from this office There has been no lack of water anywhere for ten days now Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co Recent heavy rains have shown weak places in many roofs For hauling of all kinds call Ruf uVTJennis Telephone No 189 Budding trees and blooming flow ers indicate that springes here The Bard property in Greenville for sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo Part of this rain if delayed a few months would doubtless be more welcome Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 soc and roo sizes Every guaranteed Eor sale by Jar vis Williams has brought its usual amount of changeable weather and the resulting variety of ailments people being laid up i i pm 340 pm e ea t I hilt II Manhattans I Soott lL t U Its jt U if I anti l I I i r t I bet I 1 Ii March tI a I I 154 1 browx piellstltr t high 1x11 S t S v Are olal4lttr h ell a3tadtdll- tt ti v f i I bottle 0 x many S w- 3n J Concrete sidewalks promise to be general over town by winter A full line of ready to wear hats at Mrs Virgil E Fords For ten days yet no what the weather you may say this win ter See Dukes McDonalds Lined Ranges a fuel saver f i T High water has again intcrfcrrcd with the maintenance of schedules on trains Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Central City has water works but no water for fire purposes an dice tric light plant but no public lights Jarvis Williams Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment to heal without a blemish or your money refunded There is getting to be a some proportions for horses and mules here now See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices l All varieties of weather belong to jTeavy rains and constant traffic have made some ugly places in the street it various points around town Have you a piano Special prices are now being made by T M Mor Son the up to date music house at Property owners arc signing up contracts at a lively rate and this is going to be a busy year In this line of work Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates St Patrick is the next notable to be honored and there will be noth ing lacking in the observance next Wednesday Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks Messrs Kirkpatnck Eaves Wickliffe have a carload of work and driving horses for sale and are offering inducements m the matter of prices A one year old child of Louise Pritchett colored died in the west end last Sunday and was buried in the west end cemetery Monday morning Take advantage of the special on the Louisville Daily Herald and The Record both one year for 275 What most would prefer now to anything else would be a month of fair weather The ground is watersoaked as never before and settled weather would be See the automatic chairs at Ro arks furniture store There has nev er been anything like them here Mr and Mrs W G Duncan Jr are entertaining their first born a fine boy born to them on March 3 Mother and child are getting along splendidly and will soon be ready for visitors After March loth I will barred Plymouth Rock for hatching for sale from good stock at 75 per 15 G H ADAMSON Phone 238 Greenville Ky e matter u sell demand- of hrch lt Si e1R ritt vlednt wii I offer people aPPreciat- ed eggs a t Asbestos Guaranteed bu so fu we a beef gun hay cents a 4 1 Death of Judge Coleman Hon Q I Coleman in his 6sd year died at his home in the North end at 230 oclock lust Saturday morning after an illness from a stomach trouble that for six months confined him to his home a greater portion of the time He spent some weeks in Louisville under treatment of a specialist and every cflort was made to restore health but no per manent benefit could be found For two weeks he had been in a serious condition and was attended by his brothers who did everything possible to add to his comfort and relief Judge Coleman had lived in the county most of his life and the let ter twentyfive years here He served as county judge and made an excellent official guarding and promoting every of the county and discharg ing his duties in a manner that made every citizen his friend Since the expiration ot his term he has prac ticed law here and was trusted on account of his professional integrity He was jovial clever and accommodating and had the con fidence of his associates His funeral was conducted at 130 oclock Sunday afternoon at the Bap tist church of which he was a mem ber and the building was packed with friends who gathered in the last token ot respect The sermon was delivered by Dr C M of Louisville and interment was made in Evergreen cemetery where the body was laid beside that of his wife who died on September 23 1908 He is survived by two sisters Mrs Ben Hewlett of City and Mrs Mitchell of Trimble county and by five Mr Hiley Coleman who lives in Texas and Messrs Ellis Pendle ton John and Jacob Coleman who live in Louisville Notice t File dates All persons having claims against the estate ot Matilda T Martin are hereby notified to pre sent the same properly proven as administrator for EDGAR D MARTIN Born to Mr and Mrs Henry B firstborn Mother and child along splendidly at the home of Mr and Mrs George Lovcli parents of the mother The Cry Baby Co will be here at the opera house on the izth and will draw a large audience it is thought as the company is a good one and has been playing some of the best towns of the country with great success Dr C M Thompson of occupied the pulpit at the church Sunday night and dehv ered a masterly sermon that was heard by a large congregation Dr Thompson is the editor of the West ern Recorder and is a forceful writ er and speaker Miss Rose Pevelar of Louisville has arrived and will have charge of the trimming department of the millinery store of Mrs Virgil E Ford in the Yeargin building She is an experienced trimmer and will give satisfaction The lake has lost enough water to run the town for some months but there will be plenty left as the drouth of several months last year demonstrated that we have enough to supply a town four times the size we now have Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment docs not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams Central City is without street lights there being some trouble the council and the lighting company Residents and visitors are loud in their complaints over the conditions as it is hard to set the town 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 Soc Sold by all dealers Mr J A Shaver our sheriff was 55 years old last Thursday When he went to dinner he was surprised to find as guests his fellow county officers and an elegant dinner was served Quite a pleasant time was had and the guest of honor was with good wishes by those in attendance hadresided interest zealand Central deceased tome adjustment 4m Itt n getting Louisville Baptist I between aroundover showered constantly Thompson brothers cif dnigrhgbo ott air w s j Tobacco Markets of Kentucky and Tennessee HOPKINSVIMK Kv March 8 Big sales and good prices again characterized the local tobacco mar ket last week Especially was the activity apparent in sales of new loose more than a million pounds being sold In the various deals that were put through Old tobacco suffered in consequence there being practically no demand for it Prices as one dealer it were feverish and high The sale of 600000 pounds of the Longview pool was ratified on Satur day the buyers being Tandy Fairkigh representing the Italian Regie The price was not made public but the growers will receive like 50000 for their product All of the tobacco is to be delivered loose in this city and deliveries are expected to begin at once The other two pools of 600 ooo pounds each will be sold at onceThe loose floor of R E Cooper Co held its first sale on the opening being very auspic ious there being about 160000 pounds offered Another sale iof about 25000 pounds was held Prices rule Lugs 3 to 5 common leaf 550 to 7 medium leaf 7 to 10 On H H Abernathys loose floor from 75000 to 100000 pounds were sold but this house claims the highest price of the week these ranging from 3 to 1025 J Thompson Co sold 250000 pounds during the week sales being held every day Prices ranged from 3 to 960 On all the loosofloors the bidding was very spirited at all sales Here after daily sales will be held at all the houses The tobacco offered this week was rather dry owing to the windy weather but was in de mandLight sales were made by the Planters Protective Association one hogshead of old tobacco sold About 40 hogsheads lightweight of the new crop were disposed of at thoroughly prices Receipts at the asso ciation salesroom up to date amount to 744 hogsheads v iv made hIs first appe er last week CIARKSVILLE TENS March S The past week has been an active one in tobacco circles The loose deliveries have been heavy 300000 pounds being sold on the loose floors and as much more sold on the wagon at satisfactory prices The receipts here in February were 539 hogsheads sales 671 hogs heads shipments 1761 hogsheads The total stocks on hand amount to 1198 hogsheads of which buyers hold 229 and sellers 969 hogsheads The receipts in the open market during the past week were 187 hogs heads sales 13 hogsheads old to bacco The receipts are almost en tirely of new crop which now com pose more than half of the stocks The local salesman of the asso ciation reports the sale of 40 hogs heads of old tobacco and 80 light weights the latter going mostly to the Imperial Tobacco Company No sales of fine wrappers have yet been reported as no types have been furnished manufacturers for examination Not enough of the new crop has been prized and sold to form quotations but the assso elation has published its schedule as a grade The following prices are quoted Trash 5 to 525 low lugs 525 to 550 common lugs 550 to 575 medium lugs 6 to 65 good lugs 650 to 7 low leaf 6 to 725 common leaf 750 to 850 medium leaf 8 50 to 9 50 good leaf Sto to II Card of Thanks In our sudden sorrow we have been greatly sustained by the sympathy and kindly interest extended to us Our neighbors and friends have been constant and every act has impressed us deeply GGO LOVEII AND FAMILY There is some hope that a pave ment will be completed to the and that the street will also be put in good condition There is a stretch of only a few hundred yards to be built and it is a shame that the city of our dead should be marie so inaccessible when a few hundred dollars would enable the work to be done in firstclass manner The being agitated Good morning Dont you a piano Five sold last week T M Morgan Son Call them for pianos 2t tJI tobacco tt Saturday only being satisfactory J ft LIl tS a 9uy universal cemetery matter i 77 4 t r expressed Thursday all rarc neec h o t CARLTON GUY Comedian WITH THE CRY BABY CO OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT Claude Lovell Dies Suddenly Claude E Lovell aged 27 years died of pneumonia at the home of parents Mr and Mrs George Lov ell at 130 oclock last Saturday night after an illness of three bad gone tcT liopkiniville with a load of tobacco ant not feeling well having a severe cold which had worried him for some days but which he did not regard of any consequence Be fore He reached Hopkinsville he had a slight rigor and complained some what but he soon revived ter a nights rest decided to return home On the way he suffered from a chill and stopped at the home of Dr Grace where he recciv ed medical attention and his father to cute after him He was brought home Friday and an aggravated case of pneumonia developed rapidly yielding none tt the most thorough treatment and constant care and attention His case was recognized as dangerous but his death was a shock to Claude Lovell was a manly hon orable useful character had the highest appreciation ot integrity and was clean straightforward and dependable at every point His was a busy existence and a useful life has been suddenly cut short be fore it reached its zenith He was not expressive of his religious state slight demonstration In but for fifteen years had been a member of the Methodist church and was recognized as a consistent member Friends from town and country gathered at the Methodist church at 2 oclock afternoon where Rev Lewis and presiding elder Hayes conduct ed the funeral service and followed in Evergreen ceme tery Deceased the eldest son and this was the first death in the family The father and mother and four children survive Mrs James Baird of Guthrie Mrs Henry B Browder Leslie and Charlie Lovcli Their sorrow is shared by a vast number of relatives and friends A clever 25 cent silvered No Drip Coffee Strainer Coupon is now put in each 25 cent package of Dr Shoops Health Coffee Look for ill Ninety large cups of the very finest coffee Imitation ever made from one 25c package Then besides the satisfac tion and flavor is perfect Sold C M Howard Co Frcm reliable outside tion received we learn that one of the members of our volunteer fire department had addled to his rep utation as a firefighter One da das- H andaf telephoned andmade anyway Cundiffof b informal J I r I I on- t luesdaY was everyone Monday interment was FRIDAY MARCH 12 last week while walking down Penn sylvania avenue in Washington his wife Mr Chas W Roark discovered a house on fire Directing his better half to a point of safety across the avenue he sped to the building and was onithe tope of the building before the fire had responded to the alarm For many years Roark has had the reputation locally of being among the very first persons at any fire that occurred and this is being maintained Lately he has become a fire insurance agent and this seems to have added to his ability in the matter of discovering and extinguishing fires Mercer Bros have always borne the reputation of sparing no expense in staging and equipping their num erous attractions It is said how ever that they have outdone all iprcvious efforts in staging their big comedy draniajoi rhe Cry Baby be pr settcd at the La Meade opera house Friday night Two car loads of scenery are used and a corps of electricians are to handle the electrical effects Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liui ment is used Fpi sale by Jarvis Williams A foxy young man who is always looking for a snap won a box of cigars from one of his friends last Thursday About a quarter after 12 oclock he remarked that we now have a new President when his friend declared that this was not the case as it would be something like 12 30 before the President would take the oath the Vice president being sworn in at 12 This drew out the wager and when it was that there was an hours in time the wager was paid Notice to the Public If persons living near the street arc any telephone No i or No 248 case the lights go out the matter will be given immediate attention ji J A GILMAN Mngr A competent company gave Monte Cristo at the house Tuesday night a fair sized audi ence that enjoyed the play The characters were well taken Mr Chas W Roark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the best manner Typewriter paper supplies rib bons etc of all kinds at this office Citywith department Mr whichwill carried explained difference lampsor personwill 21 tf u opera to t J n II very Frsfcibitfoiists Wii in Central City Election Ceitest The contest case in the recent dice Uon when Central City voted out the Miluons was held here Monday and Tuesday before the Contest Hoard composed of County Judge It O Pace und Squires Itryant Williams anti J W Stuart The ease wns fully cover ed in every detail nUll the matter thoroughly presented by attorney both sides The deeihion was reported by the Board yesterday afternoon and the election wns du clarcd legal and iu force on account of the iuHullickncy of the pleadings which attempted to set the election aside The whisky people have de cided to carry the case to circuit court and whatever the decision there given it will doubtless be carried to tho court of appeals as both sides have an nounced that the matter will be c r ried to the highest court The prohi bitionists are very much plated the decision and feel sure that Muhl enberj will now join the dry counties which surround it Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash T M Morgan has two or three mares for sale cheap Pnces and particulars on request Muhlenberg is soon to have jts first rural mail route if present plans are carried out On petitiun of more than a hundred patrons an inspector has gone over the route and has recommended the establishment The route is about 75 miles long starting from here down lower Madisonvillc road to Caries across to McNary through Graham and Depoy arriving at night It is a populous prove a great benefit fu hundreds of people in small towns as well as in the country Muhlen betg has never had a rural though it has more population than any county adjoining almost and is certainly entitled to this great convenience FREE If Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that isi claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams Seitence Ser ws wiser to be good L Heavens manna sits 1lfrrpn4nV stomach of sloth Heaven is deaf to us when we are blind to others Character is the of all lifes choices Star preaching is apt to mean night in the church A serene life always has storms in its past curriculum It is well to watch the virtues that employ press agents The man with a putty backbone usually borrows a pious front It may be the ill we are dodging is the cure for the greater ill we de sire Men are never greatly moved by those truths they fully comprehend Many lives would be a good deal sweeter if they were not quite so sugary After March loth I will have barred Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching for sale from good stock at 75 cents per 15 G H AIMMSQN Phone 238 Greenville Ky Too many think they have fed the hungary when they have told how to make an omelette Dukes McDonald have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to stock f4 When you find a man generous with black paint for others you may be sure he has whitewash for him self For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 25c size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded For sale byJurviss Williams TheCry ab is a new play written on new lines and derives its title from the principle character John King who is nicknamed The Cry Baby The story lays in New York and Texas and deals with the finding of a lost child The comedy is of that quaint style that madeSdl Smith Russell famous ThelGry Baby is played by Mr G Carlton Guy one of the best known charact er actors of the present day The en tire company is composed of Metro politan cast They carry all their scenery furniture and parapher nalia The play will be given at the opera house 3 j I I over I andwould route r I It is good to be ii- r r sum i f 77 o f J7 AJr S a representing K s r jANI proposed M here A route 4 g wise uis r i thrum their r I y hS l I y a Shades Moldings vfr ft Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wraopper Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK 0 I Ii JV rt M Jf A V q 1 ROARKFurniture f rI f i r J i Wallpaper grave r A GFEENKOUE Flooiry and Frtcticsl Sirucuro at Sm l Cost This grecnhoure was built for ths purple f wplvK a country town with cut flowers but Inter yruus plants of tomutooi cnWmv and cauliflower were grown a tin e crliuent These proving successful many vegetable wore grown aul put uj ca the hums market some tluo tie mnlenera had rowed the reed This greenhouse porhapn larger than most gardeners woiUl need 150 by 50 fut 1 ie mau entrance it from th tint lacing two walks two cud n half feet wide each l ore I south being OP amuniiousu ivctendlng the length of tao IIOUFO At Ute north frnd of tho vrak n door and u window open Into tho funiace room This window furuUhcs nil the air fur the ftmircc room during cold wentlicr This furnace vaunt la 7 by 1 twit and lens an outMde door The j lpe extend through the house from tho furnace rw7or the censer bench anti l ack again to the lolcr The ecu ter bench 1 1 six feet wide anti two side Vouches each three nail n half feet wl3e Some 810 feet of lumber was re quired for the tenches which cost Fljr per hundred feet rough oak be for most of the work The total bill of materials for construction of tits house was 250 U J Ken tucky In American Agriculturist To Pack For Chipping A large shipper cf tender greenhouse plants gives directions In Hum New rkcr would apply equally well jpSeklng vegetables and fruit plant nil weather conditions to le as follows Vnu plants lufcparatc packages of from tine to twentylive plants accord lug to nle or to make n package that Khali be not more titan two Incbnn through A little soil should be left on the now oven It the plant Is from a two tacit pot It la not necessary or desirable that It should be left on or more should be shaken off The bunch of roots and soil shout now lo with moist sphng mum moS which must be wrapped oiled cr waxed paper covering the en tire plant Packages w wrapped shoull IH packed tightly In layers a rpw of rrotn at each end of n box with tops to the center and overlapping Layer after barer may be packed In one iKyc provldml they are so tight that they cannot move nail any space In the center or must be packed full mid tght with excelsior to avoid nut possible movement of the plants Many packers use StlCkR tinned cross vfee of the box to hold plants in place Lut they often cause serious damage to plants so packed The was paper Is of great Importance not only to keep the moss and soil moist but to prevent moisture reaching the tops to cause heat and decal Tops must be dry when packed and the vax paper will keep them so even though the UIO M aural roots bo quite wet Any ether paper coming In contact with the wet mosn would net as n sponge mud would wet the entire package Most plants eo will be Wcntly separated by the paper to pre vent heating bet Jf the tops are very heavy a thin layer of excelsior be tween each layer of plants will be of great service Uae your box nicely hailed up nest Hedge Plsnt Probably the best hedge plant to com blue ornament with protection Is Pyre Japoulea The plants should be plant ed two feet apart Land that Is in good condition a crop of corn give a god growth of these plants The ground on each side shonll be kept mellow by tho occasional use of n cut tivator aad the plants cut to u regular form once n year With this treatment It should make a goad hetlga In four to lire or If two strands of wire ore stretched above It It would afford considerable protection in two years Purple Rarpbcrrlcc Purple raspborrtos arc Intermediate In character between red raspberries antI black raspberries They ore sup posed to be hybrids between these two species They slow all gradations lit habit between the two parent types some belay propagated by sucker oth ers by tips anl Btlll others by either tips or suckers The color of the fruit Is usuall n light or dark purple Of the varieties described only two Co Shaffer nt the present to have any commercial irrn Journal Dwarf Fruit Tract Dwarf bush trees can be grown an kept fruitful for many without much repression In the way of In Pears apples plums and do well on this system and produce foe fruit I t i is Sari t the icst for iI till wsll I pac t l sutra fI t lusubl t1meG r I f t I j r I anon F tugureal PInis A j a 1i t Ito IyF tCltwe picklug nearly I j5tw bat Cue htlf covered tai for e rears a t r ti and sal S years churl a n SILAGE FOR HORSES Many Breeder Using It as a Feed With Good Success I know tillage Is a good feed for horses for I have tried It I have not however led to any great extent I did not have as much sHugs as I wanted for both cows anti horses I thought more of my cows than I did of rny horses so the cows lead all they needed and tho horses had to go short One winter we had a brood marc that was fed silage all winter probably twenty pouudd n tiny She hal sonic hay and straw to go with It and uo grain except what was in the snags and she carne out fat anti with n glossy coat III the spring and had a flue healthy colt Horses like silage an well as cattle do after they are aecua tomed to It Fed Gilago Exclusively A man In Michigan n few years ago wintered 200 horses on silage anal straw exclusively no grain They carne through In tine shape and the brood wares all hail fine strong colts The Ohio experiment ntatlon tried feeding horses on silage through the winter and reported that they cuc through until spring in the best of con dition W C Bradley of Wisconsin says that one year during spring work he was out of lacy anti the only coarse fodder his horses land during all that period of hard work way silage He says that the horses never stood work bettor C E McKcrrow In Spirit of the West Car of Work Horses Miny persons after driving tholr tennis iu the putt mud think If they dash n fow pulls of wntop over the horses limbs ujwn returning they have left the poor brutes In the befit possible condition until morning flue fact Is It would bo far better to turns the animals into the stable and leave them mud and all until their legs are fully dry There would be less of scratches mud fevers and grease heels than by tho plan of washing If the legs are washed they should IH nabbed quite dry which In no easy task If left partially dry the most serious consequences are likely to When n team Is left with the hair partially dry a chill Is sure to It is not unlikely the animals t tjKicffllr Jf exhausted will IHJ found the next inorulug pT wjtl the limbs swollen since the exhaustion qf the system prevents healthy reaction at swollen extremities Agricultural THE VETERINARY Lice on Indicate bad man agement horses or cattle in good con dition seldom are nflllctctl with lice but a low condition of tho animal tlm skfn bring hldclxnuid affords excellent for dice Good feed and the use of a brush will rid animals of para sites Treatment For Ringworm A tow York breeder has several cat tie that uavo a skin disease It affects thorn around the eyes and neck cnus IIIR n whitish thickening of the skin This Is ringworm and Is best treated by applying tincture of Iodine to the parts with n feather or small brush Repeat In n week If needed Cure Far the Lamport In reply to the question Will you please send remedy for uiy mul nntl horses they have what I call the hampers tholr gums are swollen nud they do not ont tho veterinary of the Kausns Farmer says If possible get your horses hail mule to eating ear corn and this will be sufficient to cause nil the Irritation necessary to the roof of the mouth to cure the lumpers If you cannot get the animals to eat the corn take n sharp penknife and Irritate the root of the mouth A Remedy For Bolls The veterinary of the American gives tho following remedy for a horse that Is troubled with bolls Mix oue ounce each of acetate of lead nnd sulphate of zinc with one quart of water shake up and apply a little to the bolls twice a day also mix tour ounces each of nitrate of potassium anti sulphate of Iron Divide Into twenty four doses Give one twice n day In bran mash until all are taken above quantity can be repeated If needed Hair Disease In Horses In reply to a breeder who writes Wo have n fouryearold horse which seems to have some hair disease which causes the long hairs In Its tall to break off and fall out the trouble first noticeable about twelve months ago the veterinary of Western Life says Do not brush tall Take green soup and wash tall well Then apply a bandage When dried take Just n little sweet oil and moisten the hair for ten days then trash again Keep the tall clean and see that horse does not rub It Scouring In Horses Scouring lu horses Is sometimes due to indigestion nervousness nnd n con stltutionnl weakness If from the for men It Is easily obviated by care In feeding etc If from the latter cause Horse Breeder Have his teeth put In order nnd feel him only upon such food as is easily digested Commence by giving him his water first then hay and lastly his grain It he lolls his food procure n slow real monger place several small stones In It so as to compel him to eat slowly GIvo him water sparingly during the day but plenty at night Do not let lieu fill himself full of water Just halo out and give him n tablespoon ful of chemically pure dried sulphate of Iron In his bran flour hail oats three n dny until you see a change for Ih I letter j I r lth I lush the Eptomlst I I Inducements I I It Is lUncult to overcome says the I rim j I because v danger follow ensue animals Agriculturist rut Lucia very gut before r y g r THE CHICKS tome Valuable Suggestions si to Care of the Littlo Fellows When the chicks are thirty cr forty hours old they sure cnrrlotl in warm covered IlislseU to the brooders ami fifty or sixty are put under melt hover whom the toiMpornturo between US and 100 tlcgroos says n writer speak from axperlottve In Inland Poultry lnriiul The toinporutwe Is not el lowed to fall below 05 degree the neat week or DO during the wnurt week Then it Is smlrally rednred aeconlln to the tenipenilure euro foalus taken not to drive the clicks out by tow much heat or to eanso them to crowd together under the hover lwnuiu they are iold They nhonld flatten rut en nmtely when young and a little later Ho with their beads Jnrt at the tdg of the fringe of tlo hover 1iulor no condition are tiey allowed to huddle outside of the brooder They huddle because they are cold and they should be put tinier the lover to get war until they learn to do so of tholr own accord Neither are they allowed to iiy under the hover too much but are forced out Into the cooler air where they gain xtrctisli In tlio day tire They are not nllaTel to got nmn than a foot from the hover tint lug the first two days then n little far thor away each stud down en to house lloor gloat te fourth or fifth tiny If the weather Is not too cold They must not get cold oroigh to hud dle or but they must come out from under the tuner frwiuently The lloor of the bmbik lu denned every day n ml kept well priukloj with rlmrp flue crushed rack known hj the market NB chick grit flip floor of the houso In tovorod with clo ver loaves or hay diner from the toed hug tour of the cattle Imrua For raising great numbers of winter chickens the long piped brooder IIOUKO Is Indispensable iurl It baa many when used at nay season of the year The advantages are espe cially great when ralsh chickens If April or May prove to lo cold and wet for thou the nmull houses aro apt to he cold outride of the brooders The expenditure li svcnter for the piped houses for the reason tint colony houses should be provided In which the chickens may IH aholtorod after they leave the breeder house In ordi nary seasons we experience no dull PlHy ill Anrfl nu l duty hatched phlcks In the multI houses With prop er feeding pullets hatched In those mouths are early enough to do good work throughout the year t Salt Cat For Pigeons gome nuke use of sfj for their plgoousj ottunu table sail The writer In the heather never used anything other tuna a place of salt podfiHh nailed to a board and hung against the wall so that the pigeons reached IL Many differ with iw as to the use of this but we never hud any nllincat in our loft lifter wo cleaned out rtisQUSWl quit the use of salt of nay kind nruvUl ed perfectly dry luturior and used tho CQtlHalj for snit cat Personally wo be hove that tho catlns of rouge salt table salt or salt of ay kind by pigeons causes throat trouble Eating the which Is sparingly done provides meat and salt as well Convenient Droppings Board Instead of a solid platform or innrd bcuoatli hue roust uo two fairly wide boards In front of and behind the roust They will catch practically all the droppings and board can be carried out and emptied when desired or a basket can plated on the floor directly beneath the opening between the boards aul with a hoc the droppings on one board can be shoved off Into the basket and pull ed forward Into It front the other JIavlujj but two boards and these loose makes It easier to guard against vermin Two Story Hsnhouses Most two story poultry houses are not u el as It was pannoJ thy houl4 be says a writer lu KaraPcultry On a small lot the yard room l more of a problem than house room A two story house might be an alvautagu In win ter but In summer the number of fowls kept would more likely have t be according to yard capacity Gen orally In n two story house one story Is Inconvenient Sometimes both are Common experience furors the one story house The Silver Laced Wyandotte The Silver Laced Wyandotte Is the original Wyamlcttc the pioneer of the recd The males have breast ers of white 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