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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir r immmiriilii t Record AdvertiFing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates I y zex qty 1- r I a mt tCo Jr I II J I ij Jrr L Muhlenberg County is rich in coal timber potters chi etc and the most inviting field in Ken i tucky forinvestmentofcapital and t J r d f iron xY pluck VOL XI NO 7 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MARCH 25 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Fighting Tuberculosis It has always been recognized that in warfare a knowledge of the enemys weak points confers im mense tactical advantage This was never truer than in the tremendous crusade that mankind is handing to gether to wage against that dread foe tuberculosis- A few decades ago this particular enemy of the human race was not to have any vulnerable spots It was thought by all to be invincible and that its mere touch meant death Then it was gradual ly discovered that after all certain weapons were at hand by means of which mankind could give Tight that before sunlight fresh air and proper food this foe would recoil like Mephistophe before the crucifix Then little by little the fight was begun By example and precept people were taught not to lie down and die but to stand upland battle for themselves The good news was taken to the tenements and crowded parts of great cities where sunshine and fresh air arc not secured without a struggle but where they arc just efficacious as in the haunts of wealth The great free exhibits giv en by the Intel national Tuberculosis Exhibition ate of immense value in this educational crusade and the chanty that takes the form of car fares in order that the poor of the tenements may not miss this this invaluable objectlesson is a real one Here the mother is trying to save her stricken in two small rooms in a terse picnf djstript js shown those two 35 they prpbably arp and as they may be In the first instance dirty cluttered up with useless rubbish with every crack through air may filter carefully stuffed i n i with thiii picture tJie iawe are not f fcitcwash is a thousand times Lei n- ler than anciei jerinUiva wall paper and can oe applied by and as often as is desirable a floor that can be washed dai sly with soap and water feels better looks better than the same floor scraps of microbe can which make it possible to expector J ate without endangering the lives of a whole family It would be well indeed if these exhibitions could be given in every town and village in the country Nothing in the way of a Cough is quite so annoying as a tickling teas ing wheezing bronchial cough The quickest relief comes perhaps from a prescription known to Druggists cv erywhcrc as Dr Shoops Cough Rem edy And besides so thoroughly harmless that mothers give it with perfect safety even to the youngest babes The tinder leaves of a simple mountain shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy its remarkable cura tive effect A few days test will tell Sold by all dealers The last year of the American Museum of Natural History his been the most the history of the institution In the last eight years the museum has expended 932008 on its explorations and collections The estimated to tal value of the collections secured during this period by exploration by purchase and by gift to the mu scum js than jj 000000 For whjch has been expend ed by the city more than a dollar has been added to the of the collections The present en dowment fund including bequest is 204815661 To keep pace with the very rapid growth of the city and the demands it is mak ing for public scientific education an endowment fund of 5000000 is sought In every part of the world the advance of and the spread of firearms arc rend Bring more scarce the objects ot natural history of all kinds the works of the primitive i i I I U l i rtf I loi a very ho hjld which c sit c b I r i1hrt i atfW rtktr iV 1 lP JlIlL tt h i U that and coveredwith t J e more dollar the J sup I I 5 Y believed l tia as- S paying r tipms S with rags aM ci iKd Willi ll a 1r k- V thatcomtorad stw termssynonymous anyone ret rims notable in directly e enlargement- t I 1 t Including race a f u a r 4r 4 p n of men It is deemed vitally im portant to push the explorations of the Museum in all parts of the world while it is still possible to secure these fast vanishing works of nature and of primitive man The fineness to which the rags arc ground has no direct influence on the durability of paper broken cells of linen and hemp re main unchanged for thousands of years in favorable conditions The employment of strong alkalies and of starch size appears to be the cause of rag paper becoming yellow and brittle while neutral or mildly alkaline treatment and animal siz favor durability Great discolora tion and water stains are prob ably due to excessive liming Air dying favors the dura bility of paper Even the best lag papers arc injured if not destroyed by soaking or excessive dampness It is impossible to speak with cer of the durability of modern papers containing few or no rags as the ultimate effect of the new pro cess of making sizing loading and calendaring cannot be foreseen Many new papers have already proved their lack of permanence Very few newspapers for example arc likely to survive many years Fortify now against the Grip for it comes every season sure Prevent little Candy Cold Cure Tab in this respect a most cer tain and dependable safeguard lyre vcntics at sneeze stage will as well also surely head oft all common colds But promptness is all Keep Ircvcntics in the pocket or purse for instant use Box of 48 for 25C Sold by all dealers May Music Festival Lttmitie The revival of ATdaK trdjti famous jnasterptcce t W lMM fill the lead ug Walter pamrosch wilt direct the production and his New York Symphony Orchestra and the Louisville chorus of 350 will the orchestral and choral assuring an impressive of the Italian classic This is to be the first time that Aida has ever been sung in the South and its production in recalls the interesting story of its composition Ismail Pasha an Egyptian who held the position of the arts wished to dedicate a new operahouse at Cairo with a great offered 20000 to Verdi to undertake the task Though the Italian composer at first demurred he finally consented and produced a work that for throbbing dramatic passion gorgeous instrumentation and wonderful choral effects is un equaled It was given for the first time at Cairo in 1871 The Louisville production will be entirely in keeping with the classic traditions which surround Aida The leading roles will be handled by such singers as Riccardo Martin Gustave Holmoiste Corinne Rider Kelsey and Madame Van der Veer Aida will be sung by Madame RiderKelsey Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are reason able Weak Women X and ftlllnjt women there Is at fatn that Avar combined One is local ono Is constlu The former Dr Shoopit N Ight Cure 1 1 a mucous membrano suppository remedy while Dr Bhoops ItotrruUva is an Internal treat meiit Tlio reaches throughout tha cntiro system seeking tho repair of all nerve tl blood nllmmU work whtlo you sleep II soothes sore and Inflam ed ranooiu surfaces heals vrcakneso and discharges vrhila the Rvgtorattro cases nervous and Strength vigor and energy Dr Fhoopi to tho system For positive local help use as will Dr Shoops NightALL DEALERS t for even n rottingand taint icsthe letsoffer then important j t fl I H 0 It ll iC features rendition Louisville workand U Weak 1m fO tn IIII tyut ijQ but both aro allTim Cure At Itt name implies Its 1 gives builds up wasted trues about O Cures is r grandopera stars frill roles provide Far both eucutlai ltt ot all all Night does bringing renewed lonfa 3179 to California MONON ROUTE Colonist oneway tickets at the above rate will be on sale daily from March 2nd to April 3oth at Louis ville via the MONON ROUTE to California North Pacific Coast and intermediate points Monon trains leave Union station loth St and Broadway and at Chicago with all TransCon tinental lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt at tention when addressed to K H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky The Youths Companion for 1909 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 Up toDate Notes On Current Events Recent Discov eries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Arti cle Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with 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the Scientific A handsomely llltmtralM weekly Largest cir cnlntlou of ally rrientltln Terms f1 a onr Bolil by nil tiowMic lcrs branch Ofllco 25 F BU Waihluuton D U KILLTiE COUGH AMA CURE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED X i It co been i arks Gwen Golden Ire Is ommllrikUIDBOOK on r t Jlmer tan N ro THE FOR I OLDS Bottle Flee f seen a a 1 aendtng a sketch cud deacrlpllnn may quickly our optmun froo Inventon tlonastrlcll couudentlal through Co361BroadtrarU new or 60a Sl Telat lba le on box of the gGUt1 JILaxative Bromo Quinine heremodv that R cold ill use TAKE IIIB RfCORD SOc I IIL111 I curn der- FOR COLDS 4 iD r MyYoung Sister writes Hrs Hudson of Eastman Miss tool my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terriblemiieryy but Car dui helped her Jit once SIMM scientific r- AT ALL DRUG STOB2S i I t f t Mar z r- rr GMA ill 1t s R v Lduar r ti The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equif ment in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few in the State and to show the progressira spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able 10 supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for 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 some 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 sat largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the con stant study of the nianagoment and the generous ppreciation shown by the public aas 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 ther 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 given a special nvitation to call at any time and see the machine MFFETFS Guns Chtlira InfmtiimD- larrhota Qyienicry and the Bowel Troubles of Children ol Arty Axe Aids plijtiOei Regulates the Bowels j Costs 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D tLois inMother no longer but save the hqalth and lift otyour ss thousands have done giving these powdersTEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and overcomes the effects of teetblnxchUelr lJ1ruutt iEltgrttbiug Int4iUf ltgoes t Er f t 1 i I J it 7 l i tnS the Child And I t1 T ETH I NG PODE rAsr l l Jchild mJf upon A If I t g flL r 4 r MAKES i- TkTHrNa ti z 1II4ihos s r I fjf 1- iJ 1n tJJ7 Iijtr r F- TJ 7y1H All Imlfpfiulcnt RECORD PRESSOWXH Hum Irunulent OHIRK KOAUKSccrctnry OKIEX L KOAKIC EDITOR LonaOlatance Telephone No 72 Ontce in new nuns roar of tore KHHIIII Dour 50 CEIUS PR YAk ill ADVANCE The jirhe if the U p y bl la nrirniicc when linf I expired to which It I piM the wUI l r stopped of thanks ultllniirjr nutlei etc If not longer than ten lines v III puMinhcil frt c A chargr of 6r per tote will l e itimlr fur succeed lot llnrtt of rule to nnyopn Free Hitmple copies will be tnnllvd furnlMioH on i infnt nil uomnvinlrntlnnft nnd tnnVe nil re mtllAnr H pnjrnMr to KKCOItn TK ESS irvenillte Ky THURSDAY MARCH 25 I9W Bnt r d t tbe Or enTlHe Kyj econdVaflft matter ANNOUNCEMENTS Ton Mirmrr We nre nutln rlzM to announce WALTER PUMMEL ii nudldnt for Sheriff of MnliUnborjr county uiijcot to the action of the Renultllcuu party cmcriT rt nK- We are nntliorlzed to nimouore C S CURD n camllilnte rill reHoot Ion to of Clerk of the Mnlileubenr Circuit Court subject to the action of the Kvpubllcnn party uuthorrr to announce F II LEWIS i eandMnte for reflection to the voce of County Court Clerk of SInhlenbt rj conntjr suit ject to the notion of the Kcpublluun We are authorized to announce OEO M TORE it candidate for reelection to the ofllce of Japer subject toiUe notion of the Republican Opinion ef Board on the Central City Election Contest The opinion of the contest board in the matter of the contest of the election held in the city of Central City of Muhlenberg county Ken ducky and Magisterial district number one of Muhlenberg coun ty Kentucky on the seventh day of December 1908 There perhaps no question i opiaio among all these people is that the liquor traffic is an should be restricted and controlled the difference among them arising as to how this can best be done One side contends that it is best done by prohibition the other that high license is the remedy In each group there is citizens each contending for that policy which he thinks best and most in keeping with the liberty of ine individual and the spirit and enfus of our institutions We this much concerning the universality of public opinion upon ibis question by the way because much has been said during the trial of this case as to the power and in dluence of public opinion in shaping molding legislation and influenc ing the decisions of courts upon this question We believe it unfortu nately true that legislative assemblies and constitutional conventions have allowed themselves to be controlled by unseasoned public opinion and hurried into legUIutjon upon this question without due regard for the industrial business or moral interest of the people Sometimes we find this in evidence upon one side sometimes upon the other We likewise think that this same ill public opinion and judg stunt of the sometimes poo one side and sometimes upon the other It is natural that the Jaw making body should be influenc ed by the opinion of the constituen of its members but no court of intelligence integrity or stability of character could be no influenced The court is a mere thinking ma mouth piece of the law and the opjojon which he delivers may or may not be his opinions but they are the law us he sees it and understands it as applied to the facts of that particular case fly the pleadings of this case and by the agreed statement of the facts it is shown that on December 7 1908 an election was held inMagis terial District No i of Muhlenberg Kentucky upon the as to whether or not spiritu be sold bartered or loaned therein I H t rUt R D i aCDLaIlIlZII TutttNDATd I r C r and paper tit rlnUou this will h inserted c I i C t OR roil COU iTt cuunK We are I I Jon fAlLEn It r l t w- i ktdMiliI iM iMiiI JTllc c itf it T eviland t foundrepresentative o and t II f7 courtsthis c cbinethe I o Count to j 4 f tor 1 4fl w 1 h I at IwJIA lF pfd err nr- a TtRn1S the Santa Adc rtlsemcuts A rate earl wills 4 Address t ss A corn the otice ven party to party the is ltfer tilt Alncncaa people upon a r r cent t 9wTiti ietrta ltys iecided ti xt onitkatip 1t 1i0 tt Illei t Zr Y Oius cteplt h k t e sad a redForsdo i t s s z proposition shoutSt d that on the same day and for the same purpose an election was held in the City of Ciiv n town ot the fourth cltss situated in and being a part of the said Magisterial District upon the sme qicsii n that is a tumuli of said irUclions u majority of all the votes cuss in both the city and district at said election were cast against the prop hiiion The contestants allege that this election was void and shjtiM be set aside and for causes say 1 The election should be set aside bccuuso of the irregularity i the calling of the election in the First Magisterial District It in contended by these contestants tnt admitted by the contcstecs that the petition filed with the Judge of the County Court asking that the election be called for the First Mag isterial district came from only lour voting precincts which purported to be all of the voting precincts that there were in said district when matter of fact the records of the County Court show that there wcre six voting precincts embraced in the First Magisterial District it is also agreed by the contestants and con testers that the two additional pre cincts were created within the First Magisterial Distuct in June of 1908 and that they were created out of territory lying wholly within the boundary of said district and that by reason of this re districting there was no territory added to or none taken from the First Magisterial District or its boundary in anywise changed 2 It is contended by the contest ants that the First Magisterial Dis trict being a of Muhlenberg County from which the sale barter or loan of intoxicating liquors was excluded by a vote taken for the entire county in August 1903 was dry territory and that it had no right under the law to call this and thereby compel Central City to take this vote that no terri tory smaller than the county had any right to call an election and thereby force the vote on this ques tion in the town of Central City at the time this vote was taken 3 The contestants allege that the election is offic that in one precinct at least each and every officer was openly oppos ed to the liquor traffic in any form 4 It 13 further alleged that the poles in East Central City voting precinct were not opened until the hour of 645 on morning of the election and that the poles in West Central City voting precinct were not opened until the hour of 641 and that by reason of this a number of persons were prevented from their votes who were known to be opposed to prohibition 5 The contestants further allege that a great number ot voters more than five hundred in number in the City of Central City were not permitted to vote on the as to wheher or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors should be sold bartered or loaned within the First Magisterial District but were to vote on this qucs tion in the town of Central City To each of these grounds as by the contestants the contestces in their answer enter denial The have the Hoard a notion to have this con test dismissed upon the ground Jthe notice of the filing of thjs contest was pot properly signed as required by law aflegjng hat said notice contained at the time of its filing and at the time of service up on the County Judge the names of only seven citizens and legal voters of the town of Central City and First Magisterial District and that the names of Joe Woodruff C B Menser and S C Hunter which are signed thereto are not citizens and legal voters of the city and dis trice It is admitted by the con testants that the said Hunter Men ser and Woodruff are not Icgxl vot ers of the territory to be afieclcd and that sometime shortly after the filing of these grounds of contest the contestants sough jt this omision by adding the pamps of J L McIntosh C W Manh indO Oscar Metzker The contestees have also filed with this Hoard a motion to have the contestants elect which of the contests inaugurated by their yeti tion that hey will prosecute claim i I entail I I as- a part election 16 d ers 1neJlt ti1G i- krp r If F oAJt r a iliW fp but the question onlyallowed setup con eita filedwith bat 7 I j t invalid because the held it eienot atointe h t electase colniriis o- 4til INt far s Gia ea tae 1111 the i d refererceWtofhei tbe liqworqucstlon casting f s r e ing that they t contest the election in the first Magisterial Dis in Vntral City in one and the saute proceeding TIe ciMitcstecs have also file 1 A general demurrer to the allgi lions of the cumestutU and say that this contest should b dismissed because it nowhere alleges that any of the irregularities in anywise vitiated or changed the result of the clecum in the City of Central City or Magisterial District No 1 Hut f r the second grounds set up by the contestants this demurrer would have to be sustained in their petition do these con lest ai ts allege thAt the result of the election was in anywise altered or changed by the irregularities com plained of Jut this demnrrrr does not reuch the stcond grounds net up by the contestants they allege that the election was void and illegal because the First District had uo right to have this question submitted to its voters When this law suit comes t l con sidered upon its melts this is In our opinion the heart and life of it The Uw under which this conten dun is raised is the Cormack act known as the County Unit Law en acted by the legislature of 1906 is a masterpiece of tmbiguity A great number of cases growing out of tins law have gone to the Court of Appeals but no case has ever gone up involving this particular question Hut from the wording of Statute from the opinion of the court so fir as it has been indicated the logic of the matter and the weight of authorities seem to point toward the contention of the The procedure in a contested election is radically different from a procedure in any other kind of a law suit The law provides in this case That any number of citizens and legal voters but less than ten of the county city town dis trict or precinct in which the has been held shall have the right to contest any election held under this law and shall bedesignat ed the Such contest ants shall within ten after the actionjMC the examining Board file in the office of thlfeoLthe party bi1 parties contesting These provisions of the statutes are plain unequivocal and mandatory The reason is appar ent The interest of the public de mauls that all be speedily settled The contest ant must state his whole case in the notice which he gives and sign it As soon as this notice is filed it be comes his notice to the contestee or contestees and must contain a statement of each and every upon which he relies and by it he trust stand or fall If he fails in any material allegation or if he makes all necessary allegations and fails to sign the notice after it is filed he has no remedy It is that at the time of the filing of this notice of grounds of contest that they are signed by seven sons possessing the necessary quail fications for contestants and that upon the day and subsequent to service of this notice upon the the County Judge an effort was to remedy this defect by Jthe names of other contestants and that some interlineations were made in or near the caption of the Furthermore the record of this Fast hoys that upon February jCth two months after rile date of filing an effort marls to have this notice of verged by one of the contestants We thin this failure upon the part of the contestants to have the proper of signatures to their notice and this omission from the caption or body of the notice at the time of its filing is a fatal defect Furthermore this Hoard does not think that these contestant ono maintain a contest from the First Magisterial District and from the city Central City as one cause of action Foi these reasons this contest Is dismissed Mr Vm Morris aged 70 yours died at his home at Oakland lust Friday night from heart trouble from which he but a short time was Eaves graveyard near ppwderly Saturday afternoon and quite a nijnjUer of friends attended the ceremony Ie was a native of Hopkins county but for two years had lived at Oak land where he worked in the mines Ifil1 curl the n complainedof U eJec- tion final r tefls of 0 GOnteSt It1s I fii t att tc dl nub I if d r s h paro yFlur be rfty contestedelections admitted per Inext adding contest number sugared Jnterl lent In Pr r c Inn so I Nowhere Wherein Magisterial contestants not contestants days J alcinentCounty Court hC rat ads I vi a notice e p13eY card 11 hertnotothfsliofie shall signed the allegation lade notice wag the CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GREENVILLE KY REV OWEN A BARBEE Pastor PALM SUNDAY April 4 1909 11 A M SMinm The Passover and Its Teachings 730 P M Sannon Give the Children a Chance WEEK NIGHT SERVICES 730 P M Monday Song Service Jesus in Song II Tuosdai Sermon Jesus Inaugural Sermon III Wednesday Sermon Jesus Seeking The Lost IV Thursday Tile Lords Supper Friday Sermon In Death Nd services Saturday The gsnarat public is cordaily invited but a special endeavor will be made to have every member of the church present and answer to roll call Some former pastors have been Invited to be present EASTER April 11 1909 11 A M Scrmon The Resurrection A Frsewtll Thank Offering will be Received 12 M Receiving New Members 730 P M Sermon The Second Coming of Jesus This sermon mill be repeated on this occasion by request SPECIAL MUSIC IN CHARGE OF MR REYNOLDS to Mrs Felix Rice Chairman ofCommittee T 1 yr J Send Flowers AssIoitkM r r wWWwvww uvwvv wiv auz will be pleased to have you I want you to inspect my excellent as sonment of stylish pattern hats STREET HATS For Ladies and Misses Also a nice line of Childrens headwear For quality and price you will be pleased FREE CONVEYANCE ALL DAY West CrossMain Street Three Squares from Main MRS M E MARTIN ii J GAYLORD J come tog itf 141iIl f The board of trustees is planning make some needed improvement in the school buildings The idea now being that the large dormitory can be altered and made into a commodious school building An architect from Louisville has been here taking measurements and suggestions and is now plans which will soon be submitted There is great need that something be done as the quarters at present are inadequate are lacking jn features of con venjencc and sanitation hurt a bit is what they all say to Dr Wyman the dentist Card of Thanks We the father mother sisters and brothers of our beloved son and brother extend our most hearty thanks to our friends for the they showed us while in our deepest sorrow for we have lost the pride of our family but hope to see him again in that there is no weeping and sorrow but nothing only joy and happiness B F VAUGIIT ANt FAMILY C 11 Minorcas S C B Leg and runner fqr aj at 125 per setting All orders filled promptly Allis M E MARTINI 37 CJieenvillc Ky 2t to flIt not landwhere horns 1n ian Duckeggs a receiving preparing mind wold kindness lox MILLINERY ANNOUNEFNT Wymanthats me the Painless Dentist at old Greenville Hotel Call on me Wall Paper 5 Artistic Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all ele q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfec tion of modem wall decoration and offers the widest range of choice in pattern and price 9 Samples estimates furnUhed upon request Q IL ADAMSON AGENT Greenville Ky Phone 238 Wall submittedand TilE RECORD Soc per year l 0J EMano IRecital pupils College fritop Darcb 8 p S gtf gg 3g X S 1 Duo Waltz In E flat Durard Misses Pcnncll and Imah Dunes 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Companies recognize its advantages and arc glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in and sec them G M DEXTER CO Aeis is andmales livedroof r 4 lMla 3 a w- lr n 4 Thousands of millions of cans of Royal Baking Powder been n making bread biscuit in this country BAKING PDJYPIJR used an it has rested In that her food would be light sweet and perfectly wholesome is a alum powders which are greatest menacers to present day ROYAL IS THE ONLY RAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRATE CREAM OF TARTAR J and housekeeper using guard the eve once e eaP rt If its Teeth you had better see Dr Wyman at the old Greenville Hotel He is Painless ins FATHERHOOD HV COVENTRY PATMOKE Coventry Koni cy Dlchton Piitmore the of wedded love nUll life llln lomrxir memo The Anptl In the House nnil The In ISA nt near London My little win who lookil from thoughtful yc And moved nntl spoke In grownup wise Having my law the novontli time ilUoboyttl I struck nnil illstnlsnM With Imnl wonU and unlilssil Hit mother who was patient ileiul Then fearing1 rest his grief should hinder sleep I vlMlteil his boil lint found him lumbering deep With tlnrkenM eyelids and their lashes yet From his late sobbing wet And T with moan Kissing away his tear left others of my own For on n table drawn beside his head Ho had put within his reach A box of counters and a red vclnetl triune A piece of plaiw abraded by the beach Vi Ami six or seven shells vrv Thy great cdiucmnded good Then fatherly nut leas V I whom thou hast molded from the clay Thoult leave thy wrath nnil say I will be sorry for their childishness Fruit trees are in full bloom Tree trimming is general now See Dukes McDonald about that Range Read the report of the sporting committee W H Reynolds has opened his gallery fas Read Dr ads and see Dr Wymun the dentist Farmers are sticking pretty close to their jobs Stock bills of all kinds quiakly printed at this office Piggy piggy Wholl get the piggy at the rink tonight Travelers overland have been hav ing their share of trouble lately If its books magazines etc them from this office pooR morning Are PU a festant for the pig at rink tq- nihl Next Monday is county court jay it is likely a large crowd be here Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co It will only take a few days fir weather to put the roads in good shape Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds nd gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates A full line of ready to wear hats at Mrs Virgil E Fords Mr W J Cox of Madisonville was here on business affairs the first of the week T M Morgan has two or three mares for sale cheap Prices and particulars op request oea 1lt0O tens t epic poet Wood ConI quiet t t t S r bottle with bluebells JU I1C lUIt ero g dNU1tert r tO X1ttelIlrtJ JJ1ttIU1l rc ad oU 4o jt ol c Iwf t Than 4 mans get sop J the n win I1 H rt l 0 jf l i 7 i i qi a r generalSt t him t being s hi 0 e A two Qs Kith catefuyarty TechForthl4 it wbnatlSA1l Itt bra iriiix ladeitt cat eesLolwhdr- toT iWe tShow wcakiynnderstood I t new f- ri a 11 4 i T piggy ry4 x to cad r y t f i d a h 4 tad e a i s See the fun with greased pig at the rink tonight Millinery folks arc getting very active and spring openings arc scheduled in bunches Stock bills of all kinds promptly printed at this office Progressive gardeners are busy these days and some of them have made very good showings Mrs Ford invites you to attend the formal opening of her stock next Monday Mr C W Roark and wife re turned yesterday afternoon from a visit of a month to points in the north and east Typewriter paper supplies rib bons etc of all kinds at this office Mr J C Stokes at auc tion at his farm near Dcpoy next Saturday all his farming harness etc r vr The death rate beta heavy pt biiru blister fed relieves in a few minutes For sal Williams i I I r milliner a I willsell implements V t iiarl lion tic 1i1 bt w HfiJ thy vet hag county the past ievera- cduo z ant Id taus r Cointi iarbed Wire daea tic dln JarvisS 1 Gold Crowns 4 to 5 Teeth extracted 25c Dr Wyman is at old Greenville Hotel Mr Chas Williamson of Vine Grove was here the latter part of the week on a short visit to his Mrs R F Jarvis Wallpaper at 5 cents per roll and up in combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling at Roarks The spectatorsgallery at the rink will be crowded tonight and the skating surface will have plenty of contestenls in the pig prize Dukes McDonald added a line of Ranges and Stoves to their stock f4 Spring is here according to the calendar and while the weather may be somewhat variable for a short time will finally settle to the schedule Take advantage of the special of fer on the Louisville Paily Herald and The Record both one year for The ice plant is supplying new fresh ice now the plant having been started up some days ago The storage rooms were packed at the end of the season last fall but the supply has been exhausted Read the program of the recital of Miss fades at the college hall tomorrow night These enter tainments are always pleasing rind everyone is invited to attend Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash If you miss the greased pig con test at the rink tonight you will miss the best show of the season cs nothing like this has ever been seen here SI- Ster have i 213 a I I i r Pi I class 3 The Report of tile Sport Committee Since the suggestion made by Rondo some time ago in regard to the vital importance and great need of having a free and commodious skating rink erected in Greenville we as a committee have taken the matter up and have made a thorough canvass of the sentiment of the peo pie and now beg leave to submit the following report We find some and opposition to Rondos proposition it not being sufficiently broad and comprehensive so as to include the interest and to court the favor of all the sporting classes That while all the skating particip ants arc highly elated with the idea and agree to subscribe liberally there arc other classes of sporting people who say that they will oppose any and all discrimination and favoritism that may be proposed in porting circles There is one class who say that they have spent much time and means in acquiring a habit and cultivating a talent to wield the cue In the games of billiards and pool and feel that their profession and interest should not be ignored but recognized and that if a tree billiard room shall be in the proposed skating building that cooperate and subscribe that with a free they would be able to do a more extensive business of sport and fun and would certainly a large trade Another class who say that they have no talent or tact for skating billiards or pool but have a strong disposition and a talent for rolling the ten pins and boxball that they have spent all the time that they have had a chance in forming a habit and disposition for such sport but that at present they are out of hilliness and are deprived of the practice of their profession on the account of high licensee tax and house rent and now have no to exercise their talent and genius or to do any business whatever and they think that they ought bererogni2ccKjiHdif a free that ith r and db livelf lusines Another element and class who that they have both talent and disposition for the sport of dancing a profession that is old and and which has long been a custom and practice among the highest types of society and they feel that they should be recognized with the other sporting fraternity that at present they are deprived of the pleasure and gratification of such sport on account of Green villa having no suitable dancing hall They say that dancing is much nicer than skating more elegant and less dangerous and that Greenville should have a large dancing hall which would attract widespread tendon and if a large dancing hall shall be included in the proposed building that they will cooperate There is another class who say that they have no special taste or turn for any of the rougher kinds of amusement sport but have cul o antagonism pooland included theywill poolroom bUild- up wellcultivated opportunity r9Qttf i 21t1 t yIN J Iftee rQo ld g W I honorable andsubscribe or oe e o e h 11 Iadedeibo c n h building 1 the i C ietAte any t bolt h state t tivated sluice a liking and disposi tion for social clubs where they can meet and pass the time so pleasant ly by engaging in all kinds of tone cent card games and other fashion able entertainments read Shake speare fiction anti of romance recite and in lerprct difficult conundrums and puzzles they say that novel reading is a short hand method of learning human nature that by reading Shakespeare and romance an hour they can learn more about human nature than they can learn from anti observation of a whole year of actual life and that if a free club room shall be encludcd in the proposed building that they will and subscribe There is another class who say that they have no special taste for anything outside of a show and theatrical exhibitions altho the world is said to be a vast theatre and the people arc the actors and life is a that such does not present human nature and human characteristics so vivid so so natural and so impressive as do theatrical exhibitions that the productions of a theatre is the course that can be taken in the sport and the amusements of life and is the very capstone and climax of all frolic and fun and bears the finishing touch of poetry and song They say that they are tired of having to look at one horse shows in a one horse hall and that Greenville should have a large the atrical hall well arranged and have an exhibition every night the year round that the people would begin to catch on knowledge of human nature of it devotions to love and loyalty of it traits of treason and of its faithfulness and deception of its virtues and villanics and f a large free theatrical hall be included in the building that they witlkcooper ate and subscribe There is another thing that all parties seem to agree upon as a unit that there shall be included in the proposed building ban quet and reception hall to be sup plied with all kinds of refreshments 7 v V unm mfcJljr r fc viai Now upon a careful sahjd Ijiber ate consideration sXye the omit tee believe that a hbustt fn for all can be built with a sufficient of departments to accommo all the idlers and sporting peod of the town by forming a combm ion of all that are ich a house with an avowed understand ing that the house shall be of the people by the people suit for the people giving everybody ah equal chance and choice to exercise their talent and taste in the kind of sport and fun that they may desire Equal right to all exclusive privilege to none to be the placard of the and that every department is to be supplied with first class pianos and select music which always gives vigor and life to all games of sport We believe that under such that a bond issue can be for 50000 and an tax be levied to pay the accrue ing interest on bonds the current periodicals experience cooperate charming highest schoolof 1 n tar s and s to Uc i J fi l iI b gl I t11 an I tbe- h Iuse r i tel bUild- ing considerations easilyvoted annual upto date shots th and get sot tragedy 1 hewer b t d a s to i ilie used fork all tolls eta to t ika neta d rtmen vtep i y sotl ihinterested enc to t Vigor Vim and Good Health What more cad you on a fine Spring Day But how wany have it Usually Spring finds the best of us run down listless and out of sorts from the effects of hearty eating and heavy foods and lack of fresh air during the usual winter weather It might serious but theres always a relief for you if you are experiencing the usual attack of Spring Fever Meets all these conditions relieves you and puts you squarely on your Blood is cleansed appetite is corrected Headaches are your general appearance improved Dont try to go it through the summer without a treatment of this tonic I Countzlers Store Vt i b tI tI 0 STts Btttt e feetBad banishedand Drug 7 F t e a oseo o o o- t I ant e e o o ok V o i o o e o t 4 o o o sotoooaooao oo- y r e expenses of running the house and create a sinking fund for the liquid scion of the bonds when due We ffnd that the opinion of many is that the most suitable site for the house is the vacant lot on Mam street between the Star store and Mayhughs shop which has a of shout So feet and a depth of about 150 and by erecting a three story building ovei the entire lot there would be room for every de purtmcnt of sport We further be licvc that such a house would grent ly enhance the value of property suit rapidly increase the population of the town so that in a short time Greenville would be quite a city that as soon as the house was com pleted and put in operation there would be a general influx of people from all parts of the country fur and near all the idlers and all those that have no special pecuniary in terest at stake and have no aspira lions or desires for any would move to town and buy or rent property and all those who have grown slid have become tired of business life would come to town and bring their families to give their children a chance to enjoy the pleasures of life and persons living abroad who have relations friends and acquaint ances would make frequent and long visits to Greenville New hotels would have to be built the traveling public and drumming fraternity would make Greenville headquar ters produce would be in demand sort provision would find ready sale ThC public sporting house would be the attraction and magnet of the town a nucleus about which would gather all the sporting clement and Greenville would become more noted than any watering place or seashore resort its attractions would be ever and perpetual night and day the year round while the others are only periodical No doubt that such a house on Mum street lit up with Jectric lights and voiced with de hghtful strains of music and melody and all the departments running in full blast would be a grand sight A silver schoolhouse supplied with se 4ccltaculties pJ Harvard or Yale that fspeeyyjconsumTnation what we have made V GALBGUVNX V H STIVERS- CIAV MOCDEN v Committee tcpl1fU rl t ugh b lILt t offmLt r oi LbLo a1 1 I mnre d d Ie j fronting tic wolfid no i a bit preach es reach loud tno limits t receive t osccoacerae wew dspAgesi Dr Wyman the Painless Dent ist is at the old Greenville Hotel Call and see him Death of Mrs R D Hancci Mrs R D Hancock died at her home m Madisonville last Saturday after an illness of a few days from pneumonia Her death was quite a shock to her many Muhlcnbcrg relatives and friends as few knew that she was not in her usual health Mr and Mrs 1Jancock lived in this county ill their lives until last year when they sold their property here and moved to Madisonville where they joined their children Inter ment was in the new graveyard Oak Grove church Dcpoy ginduy following a short service which was largely attended Mrs Hancock was a devout Christian woman and had a wide circle of friends We are getting a few cquinoxiul showers each day r An infant of Bud Tanner died at Luzerne last Saturday and was buried at the Vincent The Bard property in Greenville or sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo Spring made its appearance at iiS a m Sunday and there were some parties who were up to greet the new See Dukes McDonalds Ashes tos Lined Ranges a fuel saver f4 r a t I t t S f Dl graveyard season t t I t Indian Gypsy Band Operate Here A band of Cherokee Indians of bucks squaws papooses with the accompanying ponies dogs etc camped near town A day or so the latter part of last week and made the streets lively All the women were fortune tellers of course and their unique costumes paraded the invading every business house and office in town and picking up several good luck quarters Lust Saturday of the women met uncle Jim Barret a col and began at once to hoodoo him by telling him his for urns He was induced to place 5 in silver in the hand of the squaw as good luck money and she him a few complimentary remarks and walked away Uncle Jim is a pretty good talker and fol lowed along trying to say that he desired his money back to in sure lid good luck staying with him but the Indian only retorted you talk too muchce and kept the cash thus demonstrat that the good luck was not too onesided Bridge work is the best way to replace missing teeth See Dr Wyman the Painless Louisville Slay Music Festival Kentucky does not make a habit of producing grand opera stars That is why there is so much in the appearance at the Louis villa May Music Festival of do Martin the Metropolitan Opera House tenor who is to be one of the leading singers at the festival Martin is a Kentucky boy and is the first native of the State to achieve fame on the grand opera stage i i t T consisting streets It orcdman exchanged j list w nan It Oldman T interest Ri car one icy Bluegr r S ass i RICCARMO MARTtX fESTtVAL STAR Hughes Martin is the real name of this Hopkinsvilla product but Hughes gave way to Riccardo for reasons of the stage manager who didnt think Hughes artistic enough Martin left the Pennyrile a good many years ago and went to New York to study under the late McDowell the famous Then he went abroad learned the language of grand opera German French and Italian and won the approval of Sbriglia and Carelli the former of whom had discovered the famous De Rezskes It wasnt lung before he was ac the best tenor on the Italian stage His first appearance in this as a grand opera star was in New Orleans where he sang with the San Carlo Opera Company He well that many astuts attempted to secure him but he finally went with the Metropoli tan where he has since been His ability is shown by the splendid way in which he handled tlc roles of Caruso when the noted tenor was indisposed Next year he will be the leading tenor atCoycnt Garden London Martin has made is sufficient to insure a warm welcome for kiln from Kentuckjans and his ftneighbors from adjoining States but particularly from Hopkinsville and the My stock of spring millinery is very complete Can furnish hats to suit anyone at prices from 35 cents to MRS M E MARTIN A ten days old child of Mr and Mrs Finis Tanner died at their home at Luzerne Tuesday morning and interment was in the Vincent graveyard Raymond the 14 mouths of Mr J T Mercer of near Bethel church died of pneumonia on March 17 at 2 p m and was bur feet at East Union graveyard March IS at 2 oclock in the afternoon Croup positively stopped in ao rninutes with Dr Snoops Croup Remedy One test alone will surely prove this truth No vomiting no distress A safe and pleasing syrup Soc Sold by all dealers Edward composer claimedas country didso managers The Penn rile o 1 t 5 reG Ira olds a on Make it There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice will be highly appreciated by those who suffer jut from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract nand lion one ounce Compound three ounces of Compound Syrip Sarsaparilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime al so drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there arc few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to relief in this simple homemade mix ture and in most cases permanent cure is the result This sihipic recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimiria tive tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man or here who teels that their kid ney are not and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this as it is cer twin to do much good save you from much misery and after while Our home druggists sajMhey will either supply the ingredients x r mix the prescription ready to take readers ask them For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No i89 if James the two year old son of Hurry Elliot colored died front complication bt troubles Monday Interment was in the west end ceme tery Tuesday afternoon Mr H G Williams and Mrs Alice Simmons of Luzerne left for Kansas City last Sunday Mr Williams has been visiting the fami ly of Mr Dempsey Tudor for sev eral weeks i E Cqornbs Jftfr have millunt y Mtffiqjrifrdy prices gill be M io as the lowest Now is the time for your teeth while Dr Wyman the Painless Dentist is here We publish this week the opinion in full of the contest board in the Central City whisky election con test It is generally regarded as a very exhaustive and capable opin ion and has been widely comment ed upon by members of the local bar A S of E County Union Muhlenberg County Union A S of E wiI be held in court house at Greenville on the ist and ad days of April 1909 Locals will please send delegates accordingly at J F Doss C6 Pres The next regular session of the W C T U will be held at the rest of Mrs E J Puryear Thursday April i at 2 0 p TTK Members are urged to be present and visitors are cordially invited New members will be made wel Miss Julia Hancock of Louis ville who has been employed in the dressmaking department of the Xork Store for the past three years will be in Greenville March 25 She will be at Mrs Jones on Main street where she will engage in dressmaking Spring Hill Poultry Yards have some extra P orels for at 2 Book ing orders for Eggs at i for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 1651 J T Spurlin Depoy Ky fn Come to my store on west Main cross street three squares from Mara tor millinery bargains Will save youjrpm 25 to 50 per cent I pay no rent and hire no trimmers Will announce my spring opening soon MRSM E MARTIN Rev J H Padfield of Louisville will occupy the pulpit at Baptist church here next Sunday morning and evening He is a student at the theological seminary bright young man who it is predict ed will make for himself a name I rself findready y woman health andmay suffering ifour J i i tI I t J t 1 i 1 come T u t t y I ot I t 5 r i New fl u 1 s Rockcock sate t t f r p I i a 5 w Yon Av r rm y Y f Kit Tan f i x f- Y y R r h mixture t h a r r r v- F ti riAll nM Set trout fees arsd kilts t il M p5 rs- lrT a wall td aClicr ijnot r c1arri stjtrt On t ftinditd rl1ii tk s a a 1 d ontr 1 t tFl 4 the addis at f f t I 1 1 t oed San i IWr3t ROARK Furniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Gr ve Vaults Disinfection 1CIJ ot It JIf j r 0 ROARK t IMPORTANT QUESTION Do Swine Make the Chc pr l- UttliiB In the Flml Ecu on or nt Mntnre AucT It Is now pretty generally under tout Unit and cattle nmke gains the most cheaply near the birth period uud nfen the most rub idly Is owing to the greater activity of the secretions when nn Imals nre young Hut this explnnu tion dues not no well apply to the cafe of wine Af ler several years of experimenting nt the Minnesota ex periment station it tanK been nscer tnitiH that do not gain nearly HO rapidly when they arc young UK when of more mature age When they were on the BOW It was found difficult to mnle them gain n pound n day After wennig for two or Miree mnnth they seldom made more than pound per day but fh or six months for the next to or three months they gained well on to two jHUindti per dny Thus it has I cen Rhown in several instances that between the ngca of flee anti eight months pigs have made tho most rapid increase in weight The exper latent referred to were not made with n view to test this question but these results came out incidentally in a large number of test As n re kult of the casual manner in which these conclusions were reached the relative cost of the gains cannot given but it is probable those made near the birth period were the least costly owing to the small amount relatively of the food consumed This is a great question It ought to be further investigated The ex perience referred to calls u the thought that It mr y be possible to market pork ton young to bring the grower the greatest profit even when swine are sold OK young aa six or seven months the popular age at which tq sell These results In swine growing o different from those ob tained in rowing cattle anti fceepr long 1 inches wide IS incite deep and shaped Tike a flat boat At each end are handles wed in unload ing It in very convenient standing near the stable door where the manure IB thrown into It when the stable is cleaned in the morning A heel A f o one 1f f t he- j a at 1 1 f pt at ra 7 ft Its T 1Mrtn5tr ted feet a When i This pig hnlf after ray 4 5 r i frt1Ecltie 5ee S r k aalattos sld7loa rri a ire at Ilettt Ies hri llt e r 4- S MANURE CAURIER AND DUMP team is hitched to it when full nnd it hauled to the dumping pile nnd turned over By its aid the and Its surroundings are kept neat nail clean In the lower figure at b b b b are the bandies used in and righting it A long cleric from the bottom up over the end nnd to till the horse is at tached C A Allen in Farm and Horne Whoa te SlaiiRbtcr n PI when to slaughter n pig must de pend on what we leave to feed him and the price at which feed is selling in the market The price of pork also cuts figure but not so much as the price of feed For instance year in some localities pig feed is so high in price that every pound of additional weight put on ten cents which is far above the highest market possible Where the hog raiser near A creamery and can get skim milk nt a low figure or near a cheesi factory and can get whey for prac tically nothing it often to keep the plg till they are of good size eves when other feeds are high This ycat good pip are being Rot rM of ax soon as they attain a weight of IZ6 pounds Farmers Review Tr tln Bleat lit Sheep The trouble of hooven or bloat in ftheep cansed by various gaseous food taken into flue stomach such preen clover alfalfa etc u rr tiered by tying a round bark i the mouth This is done by taking a piece of nn old broom handle or other round stick pf about that size The stick should be eight or Inches ioBff cut grooves around the stick near each end and tie at these places a string which can be tied back of the head when the stick is put IB th mouth This arrangement forces the mouth to remain open The gas will quickly escape and the animal will relieved This treatment is as ap plieable for the cow as for the sheep but a larger stick is required for the cow Nebraska Farmer S rce or Rerema The poultry industry is fast a most important one in this cou rjr and its fnture development win Depend largely upon the attitude of tin Average farmer towards it If he had of the matter as he should as h has ample opportunity for doing IM no question that our dressed poultry BfuS egg trade cam be made one of the chief sources of rpv to tb tan Cotton Vlwltrt Ii I t tablet f runs t t 1 this liver a t f Q t t be Pare becom- Ing takes end 8 enue 0 ittrtui 1- oJ I 0 ft 7 p 4 r turning l i t Fume a costa price pays many teeing p easily stick ten tS j e lurid theta r 0 ei- 4r s f e ll Olllno Rubbing Point to Keep Hops FreD of Lice The great ninjnrlty of herds of pure awlnp that I have visited are more or less troubled with lice rays n writer In Farm Home It Is well known thnt any kind of stock that 1 troubled with lice cannot thrive ling arc especially hindered In their growth by lice and the money lint Is lost etch year by the worry and Irritation caused by lice would make n large margin of profit for tha feeler We hnro n dipping tank and know It to bo a good Investment nnd that It has pnld for Itself many time A Acting Killer We hare nnother convenience In the way of n lice Killer that works like n charm In fact It works Itself and In what might Le called a self acting llco killer U cwnslsfs of a four foot post set two feet Into the ground and made solid with stone or cement A two Inch holo Is bored from the top and center of the post down rs far as the auger will reach and It nosslhlc within six Inches of the ground The auger hole la kept filled coal ofl which will Cud Its way to the surface nail make n self olllnc rubbing post that the hog will soon learn to UFO and enjoy The hogs win make dally UPC of the rubbing pout und will bring tie coal oil Into contact with nearly every part of their ladles where n lonro harbor The oil that finds Its way from the hog to the bedding reaches all parts of the body of the hog nnd will soon drive the lice from the entire herd The breeder that will experiment with one lice killing post will soon place one In each lot where he keeps hogs Market Sizes of Sheep A great has ben said about the size of skeet suited for our markets and from n perusal of market report we would often be let to con elude that n lamb weighing seventy five to ninety pound was the size In greatest demand but I think a great deal of misunderstanding Is due to Ig norance of the characteristics of breeds and proper methods of feeding says F D Ward et New York If the sheep Ite MlrwcttVe pjwiM K e carriage r JM r e s lw but expert horsemen teamed years that such animals do not make the most successful race winners In his hints on the selection of brood mares S D Bruce said In his work entitled The Thoroughbred Horse as follows Many good Judges do not like mares with too coarse and luxuriant growth of hair In the mane and especially with too full and bushy tails nt the root Foams by such star lions or out of such mores usually lack quality and ore deficient In energy A rat tailed horse is not n beauty to the eye but It Is Fcldom that you fled n had horse with n rot tall Horse Breeder THE HORSEMAN Improvement In blood and breeding brings better prices just ns Increased fertility brings better crops Keep the horses legq clean Do not let the mud dry on Give the horse his heaviest feel at night He bas more time to digest It thenGive the colts room to exercise They cannot develop good muscle without it When a horse shows suffering or stop him whether you have flu Ished your work or not Colts should be castrated when they become troublesome If n colt ij light made forward leaving him n stallion will cause his neck and crest to de velopThe horse is one of the cleanest nnd most self respecting animals on the farm Remember this when caring for himSoo to It each time the team te liar nessed for work that no parts of the harness chafe the horses and that the bits are not drawn up toa tight In the mouth No horso can do justice when something hurts If the mare is to font early before grass time glee her n few boIluJ oats and n liberal supply of bran with n tit flaxseed occasionally If she Ii get MPK plenty of grass nothing of this kind will bo needed In breeding with the Idea of getting horses for some special juirposo use a sire that has Inherited the desired characteristics through n tong line of ancestorsA method of weaning the colt N gradually to stop It from sucking tho dam This should begin when the colt la about five months old and should continue for n period of n month By the end of that time nei ther the colt nor the dam will suffer or fretWhen a pair of horses become accus tomed to working together do not keep changing around and breaking up the team It Is hard on the horses and band the driver If your horse begins to hang his tongue out of liLa mouth when driving have tho teeth examined The trouble Is usually caused by short teeth to It or It may become n habit nnd Is most objectionable Harsh bUtt wl also cause this habit A UmaUE IDEA bred Self wit ron dual be beat w Me the thick ta 11at t AetI t 1tititif H l i k to1 J o 0 I I o 0 tie f J this it broils ot r t ts tR stsl aeeIly cralp- eav tttFtitgthey M w it t t41fri s i usiay add ota v ago fatigue tin Attend IN DAHLIAS Come Flowers That Are Large end Ex cesdingiy Fine Sonic of the novelties in dahlias de scribed In Gardening are exceedingly line and one Is illustrated li rowlth Governor Guild Is of the show class and In n round finely built wioivy white slower with beautiful tinted Although large It la not at all coarse and there Is no tint of nny color either In the center or at tho tips of the petal Mrs Gorton Abbott Is n very Inrge lower of the fancy class measuring five and a half inches ncroas Tho blossoms are solid and full of petals the color n doop golden yellow striped and blotched with brght intense scar letW W Kawson I of the decorative lass n graceful nod beautifully tinted lower white overlaid with n Mint nOJEL TIES petals KEW DiniiTA rrnnnuRsr blue tint that is vtfry charming when seen at a little distance It is u sclid well built flower yet not Iu toast the petidsk exquisitely luted rand JIrs vfttuyreHast Iph1 Js Vary dis girls Ii the e w The JCteth Shore a glsa of deco rntlvo class with nt tbq base hut pointed Iho color Is a rich maroon with a distinct shade of scar let at the tips of the petals Ilrcburst is one of the largest dahlias In existence with flow ers over eight inches across The color Is scarlet with a distinct orange shade For Apple Grower Ascertain the varieties of fruits and product wanted iu the market desired to bo patronized Pelcrt such varieties of fruit as thrive host li your climate and soil IMant tbofio varieties liberally work them thoroughly grow them as well as they can be grown When crop Is ready grade carefully and properly to suit the respec tive market and the nature of the prod uct packed Ship according to the JUst approve methods and distribute Intelligently Select In the market that merchant Iu whom you have confidence who Is financially responsible who enjoys a reputation for promptness and square dealing who Is able and tins the facili ties to handle your consignment to ad vantageWhen you have selected your com mission merchant advise him regular ly by letter or telegram of the ship ment you propose making him Do not place your goods In competi thou with each other by dividing ship ments in any market W L Loeftell Boron Southern Illinois Horticultural Society The Spring Bedding Time When to plant In the spring depends entirely on climate In northern 1111 nois It is not safe to put out stuff before May 20 and such tender things as coleus and cannas not before the 1st of June Pansies and dalslct can usually be set out after April and iu an early spring even sooner Verbena ten week stock and other half hardy kinds may be safely planted the tlrstweck of May as a rule or later according to the season Allow six Riches space for nil the small plants such as pansies mid tables anti twelve Inches for gera niums and other plants of equal size Verbenas can safely be planted six teen Inches apart and salvia eighteen Inphcs to two feet Canons should have n djstanop of two feet or moro Dozen Good Peonies The following list of twelve kinds of peonies was reported best for general cultivation by the peony committee ot the Society of American Florists last seasonIt understood that the varieties named will extend the season of flow ering front early to late 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