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J1 in7 Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investn1cnt is sure of returns Get our rates 1mID r 4 ecor ver i It flccotb KINGOF THROAT AND LUNG REmEDIES The good 1- I substantial lawn and gar I kn fence biu Mwn field hpg and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKife 1H KaMU City Greenville Hsrfiware GROCERY co The most practical chair that hay yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look Wallpaper in end s variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain ed Me i prices lowest f aaD t We Buy FURSHides and Wool Feather Tallow Beerwex Ginseng y Apple Wild Ginger etc We floaters uulLiSed in 1856 Qrsr hilf accntatrm LouirriDe nd ondo bolter far you than jents or canminoa Reference Dank in Write for vrteUy lilt end HI SabcJ Sons 229 E Market Sf lOUISVILLE KY are louDe 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Golden SsalYellow Roct mac ntr any prize ping lit c i a sketch and dcscrlnllnn nleUT ascertain our opinion an Commnnlci HANDBOOK on Patent out fro Olilcst ocumiir putcnt 1ntcnta taken throuch Munn Co rvcctvo lutU- oSclewfiSic JlttietlcatAlja- nrtomoly1lln triit a weekly T reost cit caUtliin any Terms a year tour immtlis H Bola nowmlcnleM Drancb OOlcp C25 F EU WoshliiRton I C COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Ore Kings New COPYn10HTS IcC- q 1 merit n le U t3 KI LL THE Discovery TRADEMARK may a cLtier pat e a k wf hour ehnroo o 3OlBroadway New York II FOR OUCHS OLDS PRICE BOo 100 ITrW Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES OR MONEY REFUNDED Hia in on every box of th genutar Laxative Brwuo Tablet she remedy that cur o cold In one d TAKE TUB RFCORD 58c lf f GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOR x AVBiRsaaiwKto County is rich 1131 coal iron timber potters claj and the most inviting field in keri for investment ofcapital ahd pliiclcj ioffigB3SSS5m3KSBSSSSSI iJCI JtM erg 4 S u erg etc to THURSDAY APRIL 1 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEYOLoXI NO S GREENVILLE Ill The Nose The nose the most conspicuous feature of the human fact has al ways been regarded with great from an esthetic point of view Ijut it is within a comparatively re tent period that its importance itl the matter of health has boon recog nixed its external configuration goes far to make or mar beauty of feature and considered from the point of view of health its internal conforma tion is of even more significance The inside of the nose is divided into two compaitments by a thin plate of bone and cartilage called the septum The outer wall ot each of these cavities has three project fug ledges formed of curved plates of bone covered with a loose mem brane containing a great number of bloodvessels Opening into the nasal cavity on each side arc sever al hollow spaces in the bones of the face all lined with mucous mem grant air The nerves of smell arc located in the mucous membrane which lines the nostrils and when inflam mation of the membrane occurs as in a Cold in the head this scncc is more or less destroyed for the time being The most important function of the nose is that of a breathing or gan The curved plates of bone Serve to increase the surfacecover ed with mucous membrane so that the air in passing over it is warmed and moistened and so rendered fit to enter the bronchial tubes and lungs It is also filtered and freed from dust and from the many dis casegcrms which it carries The dust and microbes are caught on the moist surface and are carried back to the entrance of the notrils in a current caused by the constant downward movement microscopic air is neither warmed nor purified and on entering the bron chlal tubes it causes congestion This m turn lessens the resisting power which all mucous membranes possess against the action of dis easegerms Catarrhal inflammations dipther ia tuberculosis and other respira tory diseases are much more likely to attack those who through habit or necessity breath largely through mouthObstruction of one nostril such as when the septum projects to one side or when there are tumors called polypi or other swellings of the mucous membrane puts too much work on the free nostril Its membrane becomes catarrh results This obstruction may be only temporary und may right itself but when it is perman nent it is necessary to remove it by as a measure of protec lion to the general health Nothing in the way of a Cough is quite so annoying as a tickling teas wheezing bronchial cough The relief comes perhaps from a prescription known to Druggists cv as Lr 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 curs effect A few days test will tell Sold by all dealers A new type of coffee roaster is now being made consisting of an inner stationary and an outer cylinder of perforated steel be tween which the coffee beans are placed The inner cylinder is elec trically heated and the beans arc mixed thoroughly to provide a very roast by of blades which operate in the space between the cylinders One of the objec to the ordinary roaster is the fact that it must be opened to per mit of sampling the contents to when the beans have been properly roasted In the new elec tric roaster a small cup is provided which may be operated by the pres sing of the knob to throw out three or four beans without stopping the r interest andcontaining t rAitlike pr rang rr07iD i ror t occurs t congestedand I r I operation t ting41 I cry hcre live c means I determine J iff t itS i i fi emu p c 0 I 4 h On lit fitt our tittap111 u Nt 1W Q- outhbrreill then 1hc t i t I a rotating 0 even ions v a L operate The May Musical Festival The May Music Festival which is to be given at Louisville May 6 7 and 8 will have probably the childrens chorus ever organized in the South Five hundred boys and gills drawn from the public schools of Louisville have some of the hardest musical work ever set before children of that age and the showing already made indicates for them a unique success Into the the great can tata of Benoit is the chief part of their program though Messengers of Peace from Rienzi is equally beautiful There is to be a harmonized arrangement of America sung by them and the great audience in the rise and join with the children in singing the last stanza of the anthem For the past six months the work of the children has been directed by Miss Caroline Bourgard teacher of music in the Louisville public schools Walter Damrosch direc tor of the New York Symphony Orchestra who has general charge of the festival heard of her splen did work and wrote at once grace fully tendering to her place of for the production of Into the World This action means that Miss Bourgard will have a distinction conferred on few women that of wielding the baton and directing the work of Americas greatest orches tra and the same time the singing of the largest childrens chorus ever assembled in this section They at the matinee of May 8 The frequency of accidents to passengers alighting from the rear platform of one car and walking in frpnt of a car approaching from Ihe- i iS ii stops his car if he another car coming on the opposite track The alarm is located on the back plat form and at night the device is il that the sign reading for the car on the other track may be read A clever 25 cent silvered No Drip Coffee Strajner Coupon is now put in each 25 cent package of Dr Shoops Health Coffee for Ninety cups of the very finest coffee Imitation ever made from one 25c package Then besides the satisfac tion and flavor is perfect Sold by C M Howard Co A novel telephone receiver with out a diaphragm has recently been devised for which many advantages are claimed It consists of a per manent magnet the poles of which are connected by a soft core mak ing a continuous magnetic circuit A coil wound around this core is connected to the transmitter and a suitable battery When the trans mitter is spoken into the undula ory current affects the entire mag netic circuit of the receiver repro ducing the voice very distinctly It is sad that with this receiver there arc no overtones or disturbing sounds due to the vibrating of a In one modification of this telephone the sounds were pro duced with such clearness as to fill a large hall 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 Dr Shoop who first told us it was wrong to drug a weak or failing Stomach Heart or Kidneys His prescription Dr Shoops di reeled straight for the cause of these weak and faltering inside nerves This no doubt clear ly explains why the Restorative has of late grown so rapidly in popular ity Druggists say that those who test the Restorative even for a few days soon become fully convinced of its wonderful merit Anyway dont drug the organ Treating the cause of sick ness is the only sensable and success ful way Sold by all dealers Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded JI u U specially armorywill the conductor u a willappear tlie i b st h- ia iL I oJj d t mot he sees luminatedso U Lookout Look It large threadtakes Restorativeis ailmentsthese I e t41 fi4f sN1 r T 1 largest undertaken World national Saturday an rvheu diaphragm 3471 to California MOXON ROUTK Colonist oneway tickets at the above rate will be on sale daily from March 2nd to April 3oth at via the MONON ROUTE to California North Pacific Coast and intermediate points Monon trains leave Union station loth St and Broadway and con ned at Chicago with all TransCon imcnlal lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt when addressed H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky The Youths Companion for 1919 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Con panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 So Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Senal Stories Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 Notes On Current Events Recent in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Polij ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitabl Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor and Miscellany The Wceekly Health Article the Weekly Womans Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends 175 for the new volume adding 50 cents for extra possage if he lives in Can 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass WANTED Success MAXSAJSINE the services of a man in Greenville to look after the expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods unusually effective position prefer one with expenence but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications sal 150 per day with commission option Address with C Peacock 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York Pain In tho hcwl pnln has those Pain Ifconrvstlnn hlo V tiothbix tuninllr At m says Dr honp and to tablet railed Dr Snoops Tablet COlon blond away fmm pain Its cflfct rhannlnr plcn Gontlr though safely U lurvly eauaUn tho blood If you have a hi ocl It blood prcssuro If Iti painful periods with womon same canto If you are sleepless jvstUSi its blood onrestlon blood prr un That surely li a certainty for Dr Slump Ifradachn Tablet stop In 33 tablets simply dlstributa tbn unnatural blood auger tttxl It Ret red and and min you Of mursn It ilocs Its blood nrt sun Youll It whore rain lralway It s simply Common ycnta- Wo sell at 23 outs vid cheerfully recommend Dr SHoops HeadacHeTablets DEALERS REVOLVING DC KALaiLU KANSAS CITY MO Do YOU WANT TO UO TO COIKUK It so we can help you We nave already put hundreds through col lege by means ot our plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a free scholarship in school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 2931 East nand Street New York City C want work of any kind New type in the latest facesfrcsh stocks of stationery and quick serv ice place this office in position to command your job printing wants attention toE I to Up toDate Anecdotes Selected Article S II JJ t l1f t Companions for u ar references- R Ito rain else haft roYo It has rcuttU D pink That uru Inltl dcl circulation nod 1ht Ptls un d t swell CALL 4 an See R McCracken if you 0f r2J Louisville Business Humorous Discoveries a1ia will receive7free allth rema- l1r et 1Fmi t t alsuIthe ieGAl4 ndar requires permanent y Room PAINany whrrr hrr Bahl tablrt 11 center hen our n cot stion tin STRONG h Y EIR l1RABlEgtfAF worn roe rite s concrete H D3J J W BAIOW Crown llrlilgc Worlc close at reasonable up stairs la the Jo BR T J F liylclni nt Office Miiluerow street CAM HOWARD HOWARD ORAY Ofllcc ID Green Building cppMjfclaMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA PTSLEY- OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Qcross Street Telephone iF YOXJ want to take care clothes and keep them look ng like new take them to ELLIS f have him to tfcfc and press them Satisfuctiim guaranteed Work done for tfctfc ladies and gentlemen tly Solicited Room No 6 Gfijfin Building Work done for wmte rade only Concrete Contracted 1 am prepared d pavement and other concrete w rk and shall be glad to make estioiaies In limestone in base anti Give me ah dj to bid on your contract Jt CUACKEN We sell Seed Oats Seed Corn gate Millet Cow Soja can j Peanuts Seed Potatoes Plants Garden Beans Peas all kinds Garden Ttfem anti Flower seeds Land IMister arid Fertilizers V Write us fur piices and samples State what you want CO 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TENN Anything you nt in reading no difference publish cd can be pro mptlypu by this Correct English Slow to use it MONTHLY UAOA2INB tfUVQTKn T i THE 1JK OK ENGLISH JOSEPHINE i Queries and Answers The Art of Conversation Shall and Will 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ffys Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood I 3 10 DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SOAKS UFE My con Res was taken down a year ago with lung trouble We Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed a change for the better I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son iiperfectly well and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Me 50c AND 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists po Q t COUGHSAND IL lID jdoctored some months without improvement Then I begaa giving Ava fs s ii Remarkable Story The story of leis Matilda Warwick of Iud as told b lor proves the curative properties vn female remedy Wine of iMns WanviuU says M Wffl Help You from pains in my head limbs side stomach dizziness chills ner vousness fronting spells and other female troubles I was almost dead Three doctors did not help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle ob rained relief Now I am cured But fQr Cardui I would have been dead Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES h 0 r C dui TAKE CARD I r uffureL shoulders t I v I Q1 oho lOf- t itt 1ti ell 1L 11 c ryR t t ii The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip merit in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrated This machine is one of the very few n the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in prpviding equipment generally considered necessary only in the larger cities With this jnach ne the firm will nqw t e able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for suck 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 window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the nerfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles 9f WAry character can tie engraved in much better manner than usually done by ha id i This machine adds to the most complete undertaking eslqbHsbrnent in this erritoty The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in equity a fine t neral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers e c qqmplete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provjde thebest in branch is the con stant study of the anagement and the generous appreciation shown by the public has 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 The public is given a special Invitation to call at any time and see the machine a 3irattda iEugrutittg Itttrl1tut 1 I I I i I O I r t t show the every H DR MOFFEfTS h 1 t H POWDER Cures Ghilira iHfiHtwnf Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles ef CMWren of l Regulates the BoweliStreMtH em the Child sad MAKES TKGTHING EASY qny lure Aida Dlgestlea I t Costs Oaly 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOfFElT M D St MsMn Mother Hcsftato no longer but save the health cued life ofyour child as thousands have done by giving thes powdei TCKTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts anil ever some the effects of the summers heatupon teething chll rei o f y a F r wvrw WW An Independent runUKiico TUPMDATH nr RECORD PRESS ORIEX L UoAnwSrcretnry JKIBX L KOAKIC EDITOR LonffDlatanco Telephone Ko Rater in new annex rear of more urniuitl dour 50 CENTS m YEAR IN ADVAKCL TBIiMB The rtuhtcripl ton the imn rlnimya in Ailrnnrr t iu whrn thr ihnr lo whlrit It In imlri th pujirr p topped Canln of thank uMttmrv uotlrrn etc If not laager thou H lliu n will Ur utiUi 1tr l free A rh4rijiofV r Hue will br ntmle for succeed ing tine Ifo rnrlnllqn of thin rule Ow Mmp copies vrlll be mooted AdvttritNvmclilH will be Inserted rnterardIII li furnlnlipd on agarnt AdrircMK MUcointminlctilon ami snake all re mtltuncf lo UtwnvlIIe Ky IIIMISDAY APRIL 1 1919 An tarn l the Orveurllle Kjr pontnftlcc as eeoadctB mutter ANNOUNCEMENTS viirturr We JIT authorized to unnouneo WAITER CKUIMEL- i eindWat1 for Sheriff of Uiihlrtibrrir county ubjrct to the action of the Ke ubUenn parts fLVRic We are jiuthurlred to announce C 8 CTJUD n enndldKle fur r rlr ll ii to the offlee nt Clerk of the Mtihlenberx Clrrnlt Court subject to the action of the Republican party Ton COUNTY CLERK TTe are nuthorlzM to announce V II IKW1H- enndWwte fur reflection to the office of County Court Clerk of MuhlenWrirronnty sub Sect to the action of the Republican party TVc are authorised to nnnounee OEO H YORK candidate Tor reelection to the office of Juller ubjecl to the action of the Republican SPRING is right on the job in these parts uow THERE is a temporaiy slump in the kidnaping industry POLITICIANS are finding it a good investment to be an original Taft CONGRESSMAN THOMAS according to press reports is an innocent by standcr but it is not intentional on CHICAGO has a dog show and u professional dog catcher in captivi one of the exhibits tracts much attention ANKNT the criticism on the revis ed tariff schedules Sereno E Payne is expciicncing great difficulty in living up to his front name t IT it reported that thirteen lion hunters were killed in Africa last year Cut Teddy will prove that there is no hoodoo attached to the number IT is reported that up lions have been killed in the Mombosa district during the past four months If Teddy finds there are none left he will doubtless give a good imitation of a lion roar Much has been done abroad in developing the electric furnace for refining steel Although little has been done heretofore in this line in this the decision of the United Steel Corporation to install electric furnaces of much larger capacity than ever be fore built shows that we have been closely watching the experiments of others and are now ready to profit by the work they have done One of the is to be used at South Chicago to produce an extra fine steel for rails The metal will be taken from a Bessemer con verter and then refined in the elec tric furnace The furnace will have a capacity of 15 tons and if it proves a success furnaces of twice this capacity will be installed The second Hercult furnace is to be in stalled at Worcester to refine steel m making wire Here the fur pace will be used in conjunction with the open hearth Another C Q D message has awakened the public to the impor tance of equipping all oceangoing vessels with wireless telegraph ap paratus In the case of the between the Horantio Hall and Dimock this impor once was more strikingly shown thin in the previous collision be tween the Florida and Re public The passenger steamer was equipped with wireless tele graph apparatus but the injury it received was so serious that the op erator had no time to send out any detailed information about the acci or its whereabouts Although t- jI tf ilii iORDJ I I lace JttaIIent I h r Z T prim uf tII 1111 It lit t 8 Il to payable JUU11l PRE Yt ran of ron CIOCLIT MInT l i f OCT 1 A l Ton JAIL I o j t r e man J ipart tin Heat tV I r two Heroult 1 r Heroultfurnaces l Jt used i t collision tt Il F C e 4 It then 1 0 II eat I j t f t41 J i1 n 1 r Mw nar awmww r na rw Ne vspnptr Owaa r v t r a auyore ti S r S h n I1 a party k f r r 1 r i country r r r r t JiD rr ti t the passengers were taken aboard the Dimock considerable anxiety was tell for their sitfrtv owing to the absence of further messages The freight boat with the passengers abontd wits in n pre IHIIOU cutuii iuii but could sum mon no assistance because it pos scsscd no wireless outfit Mad the low been in Plisse compelling all ves sets to curry wireless telegraph it would have been posse ble for the Uimcck to commnni cate with the revenue cutter ham which was searching for it in the fug Quakers are More Liberal The liberalizing tendency of the times is notably illustrated among the Quakers in the very head tunic and chief stronghold that sect in in this country No denomination in the United States has been more insistent on the scriptural injunc tion ye not unequally yokes with unbelievers Recently many in even the orthodox branch of the Society of Friends have become convinced that the old strict rule regarding the marriage of members should no longer be en furred Acting on the reuornmcnda ion of the Germantown monthly meeting reports Leslies Weekly the Abington quarterly meeting of Friend at Philadelphia has decided lo recommend to the yearly meeting that marriage of members with be no longer regarded an infraction of discipline Should the proposed new order go sots cf feel it will tend to keep within the society many who have hitherto left it because of the displeasure shown over their marriage with nonmem crs Senleace Sermons The great are those who can bear discipline Reverses are often the best in our education The man who lacks friends lacks in friendliness Many are saving up all their piety for purposes of penitence- If you fear to lose your dignity you have none worth losing The soft man has no success at The lowliest walk sounds louder in heaven than the loudest talk If you cannot give your religion away you had better throw it away They who have fought tempta tions are always tender to the tempt ed Excessive emphasis on a few ideas is evidence of the absence of many Only as a man lives a life of his own can he have lift to give to oth ers Many people who want noble character are unwilling to go to its school You can tell whether a is walking with God by whether folks like to walk with him Few things are more foolish than praying for a high task while neg lecting a lowly one People who blame Iroyidencc for their crops are usually reticent as to their sowing The best arguments against the devil is the one that eats into the profits of his business Most of the burdens for which we blame heaven are simply our own needless baggage Some men exercise so much imagination on their own excellences that they have nothing left but judgment for the good in others Notice to the Public If persons living near the street arc any telephone No i or No 248 in case the lights go out the matter will be given immediate attention J A OILMAN Mngr WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE re qures the services of a man in Greenville to look after the expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods unusually effective position per manual prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications sal pry i 50 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Hldg New York New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick place this office in position to command your job printing See Dukes McDonalds Asbes tos Lined Ranges a fuel 4 tI apparatus ti j however s chapters usually mnrortnTlglf l 6i matt lampsor personwillcall jn tf service wants t j tJIcfLci 1 I a wireless rep chic nonmembers Rittrrs r al saver f Claricsvill Tobacco Market CIARKSVILIB TKN March 29 The receipts of loop co in the lucul market is larger than for several years The amount brought here from the siirr nmliig counties is es penally noticeable The ot loose tobucco are estimated ut 5 000000 and ns much more has been sent to the pruing houses of the As sociation The rccrips in open market of prized tobacco last week were 473 hogsheads nil new crow ThcjsaLs were twentythroe The musket remains un changed with n firm demand for all gradfs The local salesman of the association sold 101 ho hc ds of the 1907 crop of tobacco and the stocks have now been reduced to a few hundred hogsheads Also thir tyfive hogsheads of the lyoS crop mostly to the Imperial Tobacco Compuny Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides pniti the highest market prices in cash ionisviiie and Chicago HKST LINK TO California nod the Vast Northwest Two trains laity French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION LOUISVILLE DBA liOlJX STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A X Cor 1th null Market Sts oriSVlLLE KY I s Ihs hogsheads Monou Route W I lllirllihN STATION IWall Paper g J Artistic Wall Paper fa view to Vv v its harmonious effect will j contribute more to the it1 1 home than ell else i- S ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the pcrfec jyf V tion of modem wall decoration and offers the widest range of choice in pattern and price Q Samples estimates furnished upon request I- iG H ADAMSON jjAGENT 1 Greenville Ky gi Spring Hill Poultry Yards snots swiss gocd U P Rock roqk orels for sae at Si and 2 Book ing orders for Eggs at for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked Satisfaction guaranteed Phone 1651 J T Spurlin Uepoy Ky fit Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any I machine has them and you are asked tp call for a look selectedwith 1 cheerfulness and of your g j I t i submittedand r 238 t haveI S 1 Roark t a e i0 tit T beau t hone rFIl I LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE APRIL 15 16 17 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Exhibits of Latest Mcdilj Cars Paris Aci ossorUs Etc Chassid ether Special Tealtrrs SHOW and KENTUCKY AUTO CO LONGEST BROS CO OLOS MOTOR WORKS PRINCE WELLS CO HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTt CO JOHN MASON REIHER3 MOTOR CAR CO TRAUSS j WHEW YOU LEAVE HOME DETERM IED TO ll Dont let the dealer who handles some inferior preparation talk you into buying that just as good kind which so often proves unsatisfactory Insist on having THE MADE TO WALK The kind that wont fade when exposed to sunlight The kind with that TOUQHLEATHERYELASTIC Finish that outshines and outwears all others Its for FLOORS FURNITURE AND ALL OTHER IN TERIOR WOODWORK in all natural wood colors FOR SALE G ffl DEXTER S CO areenville Ky I J ONKIND k ft Y ilrBY- e a ttttl AH ID ABOUT TONR JtMKl so if the contractor knows how Here is an idea I have learned by experience What do you think of it The reason sidewalks break diagonally across the block is because the block is too large for the tensile strength therefore there is a limit Before that is reached I will season put in a strip of steel and remove the same before fin al set leaving a joint char through to the cinders therefore your wall is really flag stones and can be removed just the same suppose the grade is changed on your street or raised or lowered A pinch bar will raise them and you may fill or aligne to suit or walk can be taken up and put down elsewhere if you like I will you car do this with every piece ofwall I build this year so you will have a permanent walk if I build it I have added this at much expense as it is protected by patents pending If you like this and the prices I have to be made in this town give me your contracts What would dccur with the sidewalks built here in tin past if a good old fashioned freeze should come Long slabs and no place to ex pand Do yo J know the limit of the tensile strength of concrete Docs your cor tractor Do you know tie limit for the of a block for a 4 inch walk If your contractor dont know get another con tractor I know all these things when I first began and a few people wish th y had got soma one else But dont make the mistake a second time getting an inexperienced contractor It of course is unfortunate born without experience as in my case but I am the price of walks after May 1st I will take contracts at 11 34c during April lout after that date I will make an advance in proportion to the advance in cement My mixing machine will be here April 5th and all those Vvho will call on the job I will be glad to demonstrate to them the improvement in the concrete mixed by machinery over good lazy hands at 4 Qclock in the afterroon I thank allmy friends and patrons for the assistance they have given me in my effort to make the price made stick by getting a amount to afford to do it and all contracts I have made with the proviso in them will be done at the earliest practicable moment Very Respectfully R C McCRACKEN A You are when you build ofconcrete it is permanent jut larg your guarantee caused ize t y t e experienceCement sufficient r I 4 told liner di I9O9 E9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY L I READr wIlt nnt3urnirnn 1 ON THE WALL ATLAS AND TilE EVENING POST AND GET YOUR SHARE FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year KEHTUCKIAH SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THW IPLEN01I WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky Hap Up Te 1909 F B and CtmpUti Engraved especially for The Kvenlns Post at a cot of J3COO The Chart alone is worth theonlyUnitedStatesof the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rnlen of all Nation i withCoats of Arras and Counties of when made andfrom what Counties Area ad Population Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines States uw KIVCII LU for the Post for 0 ic Year at or for Six 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April we will make three deliveries per week on Tues day Thursday and Saturday The wagon will not cover the entire town unless we receive word that ice is wanted If the wagon does not pass your residence on its regular trip call up phone 251 and we will supply your wants The coupon system will be used again this year and regular deliveries will not be made unless you hold a coupon book If you hold part of an old book please call at the office and receive cash for same as we shall use a new style of book this shall also furnish you an ice card to to placed where the driver can see it from the street when you want ice The driver will not stop unless this card is in place The card will show the amount of ice you want You will aid us in giving you prompt service by using this card according to the instructions print ed on same Our aim is to give prompt and efficient service GREENVILLE LIGHT WA T R CO RATED A GILMAN Manager CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GREENVILLE KY REV OWEN A BARBEE Pastor 11 A M Sermon The Resurrection A Freewill Thank Offering will be Received 12 M Receiving New Members 730 P M Sermon The Second Coming Jesus This sermon will be repealed on this occasion by request WEEK NIGHT SERVICES 730 P M Monday Song Service Jesus in Song H Tuesday Sermon Jesus Inaugural Sermon III Jesus Seeking The Lost IV Thursday The Lords Supper K Friday Sermon Jesus in Death No services Saturday The general public is cordially invited but a special endeavor wilt be made to have every member of the church present and answer to roll call Some former pastors have been invited to be present SPECIAL MUSIC IN CHARGE OF MR REYNOLDS Send Flowers lo Mrs Felix Rice Chairman of Committee HE COMING FLOUR If THE PRAITKUN MILLSV Fine FlourOF THE Entire WheatIt contains four times the nutriment of White Flour without the coarse irritating indigestible woody outer husk of the wheat l J Sold by All Leading Grocers Re sure tlut our Trade stark is on each Barrel O IOCMlOUT N V o 1IIai I J 1 J J Vj IIJ J 1 j I i t t l t L I IXCOIU J PASSION WffK SfRVIS i PALM SUNDAY A 1 4 1909I oJ S pn Jifflct a EASTER April 11 1909 WednesdaySermon j J 1 i wr c y dill an s yearn r LC3rKaqMt r T 7 randlts Teuchi zd- s7301i Scnuot Glue the Children Chance w yY I k wwwwwwwvvvvywiaivvv L VWVWwwVV IwVVVVVW VV VL t 1 1 wkernelor coarse flakes of bran wHclt iav i t no food valve but are unavoilabli Present in all Grr1Lim iati lasv of Dierostion Porfnat in A tslmulation ThnrouRhiy Wourlnhns Ever PartT3rC FRINHLIN MILLS EASY TO PUT ONJ SAVES COSTOF 1NSUR ANCEl The BEST Fire Insurance any country building can have is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lyucr prices where it is tijeJ Drop in aid see them 6 M DEXTER f CO Agents that andmakes l i J j V 7 t t lI r 44 j fc r i r dO3I aking 1 Avsthrtelypure The only baking powder made from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar I Co R R LOCAL TIME ORD 7 7r7 a r j i I SfORTU BOUND l IoutYlllQ Bxproan lllnmI- ttJ Cincinnati 134 pm- ini iHiutnville Limit ol 400uiu 100 Central City Ixwal PralRlit 318 i ui BOOTH BOUND Kulton AcoonmxUtion 1840pm lot New OrleannSpeilal 340pm 185 Pnduoiih Louiil Freight 710am Nor 1808 W OCllJiwronD Act THE VOICE OF GOD MY LEWIS MORRIS Sir Lewis Morris the lender In the Hew c lu itnlloiial movement In Wales and the author of limn true efn H and wax created nil ufcccrof the Kcdcitmrr of Cirecee In 1886 lie won honors at Oxford aid iitlntoltMi attention by the romnntle and utter myMlonl Ilmmoter of bin vrltlnc He live nt then Valei If the Lot bliould day iy day from tlnal mid ulontl and tiru Should we benr mid tliotte tliumtant loud the rolccf that now Inspire Would not cither that awful mxind ur that vivid nuts puorhlus blazo I oufiiHo our Htrtip Hng thought and our tut Or if It khould so clear that to honr were to obey luilccd Twerc a thing of dry knowledge alouv not one of a faithful creed Ko laiitorn for erring but a glare oil a straight while road Where lire Mrupgled JIB dry to luk bu fore night with Its load When the blinded woul inluht long for tho shade of a cloud of doubt stud yearn for dead to blot that ter rible utterance out Shows continue to Spring is here beyond doubt See Dukes McDonald about new Range v Circuit court will soon be here Garden tools arc in great demand Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD Be careful how you answer today It is April i This is the 20th century and our people are realizing For hauling of all kinds cali Dennis Telephone No 189 Tree trimmers have been getting plenty of work this week Monday was county court with a good crowd in town Stock bills of all kinds promptly printed at this office Note that March has gone some warm weather may be expected Roark has a bill for his new fun car and it will be here soon Beef hides wanted and best cash paid by J E Coombs Co Vote tor he school bonds and increase our educational advantages Greenville always first in the has two elegant closed car riages Sunday was a fine day and ap preciation was shown by the vast numbers of people who were out walking and driving i I NOt o Ca teO0 II linK 3 peak terlug ruutshpli feet Jr f hat f4 i i 1 o I prices count 16 S tin 1 r rams Cat tnu 1 amaze peal wear silence N alter f come S a i calls it- t Rufus T I day- S j I l eral S a 1 r SF r- r y e J IS Syty iC q I II II tI Pbossc86- L 4 Masquerade at the rink tonight That was a fine crowd here to courtlast Monday- If its books magazines etc get them from this office Electric lights arc being used by an increasing number of people The school bond election is the talk of the town and vicinity Two elegant closed carriages just put in service Telephone No 182 People who have horses and bug gies are now looking carefully over the outfits A full kfoc of ready to wear hats at Mrs Virgil IS Kords Politics is now getting some atten tion and the lineup will soon be announced Dukes McDonald have added a line of Ranges and Stoves to their stock f4 Good morning Of course you arc for the bond issue schools Thats right bills of all kinds quickly printed at this office Examination of applicants for carrier of the rural mail route will property by inftrie companies represented by Roark Greenville has closed carriages the first in the county We are marching along right lines Look out You may get some orders today that will fool you as this is the first day of April Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment is used For sale by Jarvis Williams Good morning Do you want to be the first carrier on a rural route Examinations here on April 10 Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Attend the masquerade at the rink tonight There will be fun for spectators as well as participants Muhlenberg county one of the best in the state is forging still to the front along many lines Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars The water company is busy mak ing new water connections and the list of subscribers is growing daily If you want closed carriage ser vice telephone the Greenville Co 2t March was a little bit uncertain about its entrance and so was con fused as to how ItS exit should be made This is the time of year when the gardener looks wistfully in the sales mans window and pines because he cannot buy the whole lot I t W ld hereAprilTo rot Insuring C further Livery fl es for Stock l cc y your IV S LEFT ALONE You are alone in the house You cannot leave it The dinner is cooking callers are expected or the children need your attention You need something at once from our drug store Dont worry phone us and we will deliver your order in a hurry without charge COUNTZLERS DRUG STORE I ri ii 1 Mlhlenber cr in New Mexico I am at lastura Gaudalupe New Mexico 22 miles southwest of Santa Rosa the county scat The county is building a new 15000 stone court house This county lays a little rolling every way you it and you seem to be in the lowest ground where you stand The best product is the emigrant crop with some of the citizens who call themselves locaters and they lay for a tenderfoot 1 have been in the territory two months and have spent a great deal of time from place to another in vestigating lands climate etc At Melrose Roosevelt county I met our Bro Givan our pastor four years ago I never expected to sec him again He seems well and is doing good work at Melrose and vicinity building a new Methodist church there I also met our own county man Rev Willis Smith and heard him preach he delivering two good Presbyterian sermons His delivery reminds me of some of his brother Sam who I remember hear ing in political speeches when I was a boy The citizens speak very highly of both I promised so many to write them my opinion about this country that I take this method of expressing my views and observations There is but one farmer in ten miles of here He is making a good living and so might others The settlers all seem to want to be together and have got all the good land settled cast of Pecos river so the next crop of im igrants will have to come further west or settle in the hills The greatest drawback of water which lies deep is not very good It is called jip water it is all right for irrigation and can be used as stock water The land is sandy and the sand blows a good deal on windy days The tight land is all right for dry farming and also for irrigation The farmer we have grows corn makes his own bacon raises vegetables of all kinds and the largest pumpkins I ever saw kaffir corn milo maize and has a fine young orchard trees four years old and are so neat and smooth that they look like they had been greas ed Poultry does well JSgg U vC bccu iw cowta a u Hens bring from 60 to 75 cents each so you can see that this is a fine place for a poultry ranch It is nothing ususual to see from 2000 to 2500 head of sheep in one cattle in droves of from 50 to too I am in love with the climate Air is pure and dry and one feels so re freshed from a nights rest It is warm in day time and cool at night and the sun shines anyhow days a month Precipitation is only 18 to 22 inches Any One who wants a 1 60 acre tract for merely the liv ing on it should come Out and see for themselves W H BARD A S ef E County Union Muhlenberg County Union A S of E will be held in court house at Greenville on the 1St and 2d days of April 1909 Locals will please send delegates accordingly zt J F Doss Co Pres Miss Floy Craig was in LouiSr ville on business the latter part of the week Miss Oma and Nancy Jonsou of McLean county have been here for a week with the family ot Judge J C Jpnson Roark is speciallyprepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Mr and Mrs W G Duncan have returned from a visit of six weeks at various points along the Florida east and had a very pleasant trip Two pairs of Richardson skates will be given as prizes at the rink tonight when masquraders will be in full swing It is sure that the rink will be crowded The latest improvement in town and one of the best in a long while is the providing of closed carriages This place is rapi lly securing the advantages of a city and deserves all it is getting The Greenville Milling Co is put ting up a modern office building and sample room A brick vault for books and records is being and every modern and labor saving device in furniture and fittings will be imploycd I THE RECORD Soc per count lookat one preachers also herdand 5 e incorporated lime ingoing here tf t recently and are rnow 5 gents coast years 7 City Council The city council has awarded a contract for a concrete along the levy and a concrate bridge across the creek at the foot of depot hill R C the successful bidder and is preparing to begin the work soon The street commissioners had been directed to investigate plans and had Mahout to build out of wood but Mr McCrackcn demonstrated that could be used at a cost and with the apparent advantages of the material plans were altered and bids asked on that material with the above result This will the first concrete bridge on a public highly in the county and is no doubt lie of much such work Notice File All persons having claims against the estateof Wiley Fraziery are hereby notified t present the same properly i to mc on or before April 10 19 t or be forever barred J W OATES Mas Corn The Closed Carriages Mr Barbour Head f manager owner of the Greenville Co has received two closed carriages which places his equipment ahead of anything in this section One is a Brougham and the other a Berlin coach the two best types of the list and both of them arc of the celebrated Brcwster make which is at the top in the heavy carriage market The public is giving his enterprise liberal and it is believed that the patronage will justify the move It certainly speaks well fir the town to have such vehicles are the first and only ones in e county the progressiveness of our business men along all lines Heretofore we have behind many other places of this size but as we are no in the front ranks There is rtpid develop merit along all lines and this is only one item in the ng catalog that is being made WinsaieoU rGreenville and the county is proud of another o who has won honor Last Friday night at State College Lexington Mr Oscar William Irvin Patter son medal in the contest of that institution his subject being The Death of Joan of Arc There were three contestants and it is a signal honor that Mr Irvin the handsomest and most sought medal given at this Mr Irvins record has been excellent in all his work and this is a crowning feature of his efforts S C B Minorcas S C B Leg horns and Indian runner Duck eggs for sale at 125 per setting All orders filled promptly MRS M E MARTIN Box 37 Gieenville Ky 2t Mr Lemont Pannell was the suc cessful contestant in the pig contest at the rink last Thursday night There was an immense crowd as spectators and about a doz en of the boys entered the ring The state board of equalization raised MuhSenberg farm and city lots 10 per cent is a pretty material boost but property was listed too low the showing a decrease of something like 100 000 from of last year Best carriages safe jjood teams and equipment satisfactory service can be had from the Green ville Livery Co Q 2t- i Read the call for the election in the high school bond matter The one thing needful in this city is im provement of our school and the plans under contemplation appear to be desirable in every way The election is to be hold on Saturday April 17 Mr John T Mclnlirc of Mad isonville was here Monday ming his many old friends He has not been here for four years and says that if he had been drop ped down facing the court house and could have seen nothing else he would have believed he was in Greenville In fact it was some time before he could so anyway notwithstanding there are I some of the old landmarks v fl McCracken decided concrete b beginning to deceased closedcarriage encouragement Which andshows usuaJ ItS boys won tbe oratorical U shouldwin institution present This list I lingwith never I walkway vas small additional f Claims prove liver liven arsgis 11 llliam s sel r Cox 8 i m Guara W 6 tpft ihlt arEmisy- oui hay rcft nr lands lists the drivers think left 4r 1 s Serves You Right The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can there fore to your own satisfaction j Serve You Right It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to aServe You Right The volume and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of business given us the better wz can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky of I r 3 r i lr i service i ji11 f h r r r r r r r r r r r iV V V V 1 9 4 4r4 1 e 1 e A F 1 r 4 S S S S McCowiMcDoiald Last Saturday evening Miss Elsie McCown and Mr Granville McDon aid were married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Rub ert McCown near Depoy The of delating clergyman was Rev G H McDonald who married the brides parents in the same room There were a few intimate friends present Miss McCown was one of the most popular girls in her neighborhood and Mr McDonald in his capacity as assistant postmaster has made himself his agreeable and effici ent service one of the useful factors in local buincss af fairs The happy couple arc at home in the Walton property on Hopkinsville street May they live long and prosper Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of ail kinds and gives and careful service at reasonable rates Mr Robert Thorpe died at the home of his daughter Mrs Richard Hooper at Graham last Wednes day night after an illness of only a few hours from asthma and heart trouble He worked in the mines as usual Monday but laid off Tuesday as he was not feeling well Nothing serious was thought of his condition and his death was a great shock to his family and wide circle ot friends Deceased was a well known character and stood high with his many associates He was an Englishman by birth but had lived in this country most of his life The body was shipped to Mc Henry and interment was made there beside the body of his wife who died serveral years ago Sec J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices Mr and Mrs C S Curd are en tertaining a fine girl their firstborn at their home on Cherry street and mother and child are getting along nicely The Bard property in Greenville tor sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portagevillc Mo Water subscribers arc growing at the rate of a dozen a week and as warm dry weather approaches everyone is realizing the great con venience of an adequate supply of pure water Wallpaper at 5 cents per up in combinations of sidcwals borderland ceiling at Roarks The Manitou Comedy Co was at the opera house Monday and Tues day nights and had fair audiences The work of this company was above the in every respect and deserved better patronage Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 soc and 100 sizes livery bottle guaranteed EOT sale by Williams Have you seen the plates for the remodeled high school building Everyone who has seen it is stir prised that such a marvelously mod ern structure can be had from the old dormitory structure which will be when changed a beautiful use ful and commodious home for the pupils rr I I b respectedand Robert Tkpe organic l rolland V V V V prompt Death of average Jarvis r r Notice of Election Pursuant to an order duly made by the trustees of the Greeny Hie Graded Common School District an election will be held at the Court house in Greenville April 17 1909 between the hours p in and 6 p m at which election the cause of the legal qualified voters of said district will be taken upon theprop osiijon as to whether 01 not the dis trict shall issue bonds not in excess of the amount authorized by law and in no event to exceed 12000 for the purpose of building repair lug and equipping suitable buildings for the use of said district T J SPAKKS T II PANNBII HKNKV LEWIS Join H SMnm G C MORGAN Trustees Quitea good sizedaudience eri jote4KB recital of the puptls of Mfcs Caftcs ait the college chapel last Friday night The programme was one of variety and general ex cellence and every member showed the effects of careful and intelligent instruction Mr Chas W Roark is local of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap predate business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner Dr J J Pursley of D was here Monday selling on the streets the medicines of the In dian Herb Medicine Co He the cleanest proposition that has been made here and was liber ally patronized It is his intention to appear here at intervals through out the year Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges are The business houses in the opera house block on west side of Main street have placed a private in the rear of the houses This is an added means of protection and is a practical move on the part of the and renters The owners have also run into the buildings FKBB If Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams The first concrete mixing machine to be employed in this section will soon be in use by Mr R C Mc Cracken as the machine has been shipped The machine aids creatly in the amount of work that can be done and also a uniform mixture of the materials 3 very feature in concrete any kind Typewriter paper supplies rib bons etc of all kinds at this office The first convictions m the local court for some tune for infractions of the local option law were obtain ed last week when L H Keller was fined in two cases Last the damages were assessed at 6e and the trial last Saturday rcsulud in a fine of 50 and a ten v your Deadwood- S I owners hadwater Insures important workof t itJi I V V oft representative presents reasonable fireplug remaining S Wednesday t I sentence The Owl Pleas quarters at the home of Mr Keller who is a member The proof that beer had been kept there j tor the use of the members and i while it was shown that all members paid in assessments and bought the beer in a club Judge Pace and the jury decided this was an infraction of the law The case will be carried up to circuit court T V I Wsnai Charged With Malictas ShMtinj The examining trial of Miss Ida Hartiion of Central City was held here yesterday morning before Judge PaLe She is charged with shnoli g at and wounding marshal J R Woolen and Janus Huff at Central City last Monday about 830 a in Neither was seriously injured Miss Harmon is a daughter of I Harmon who killed the street duel at Central City Jude Pace fixed the bond of the defend ant at 250 to await the action of the grand jury and the bond was made The case is very unusual and has created a great deal of over the MartfrjNSM Wedding Miss Elizabeth Martin of 1adu rah and Mr W C Jonson of this city were united in marriage at 930 oclock Monday night The ceremony was performed at home of the brutes parents Mr and Mrs W A Martin in Padu cah the officiating clergyman being Rev G T Sullivan and many friends wcie present An informal reception followed the and best wishes were sincerely extended The bride is well known here where she lived for many years and is universally beloved on account of her many charming characteristics The groom is a member law firm of Jonson Wicklifle Jonson is personally popular and one of the prominent members of the local bar They are at home in the east end and if good wishes count for any thing they will have an existence of usefulness and happiness Mrs J T Reynolds Jr has re turned from a visit to friends in Cloverport and Owensboro She was accompanied by Mrs A S Vewell of Owensboro who will visit here a few days County Clerk Lewis has just re ceived a new license book and it is important to the many persons who have occasion to secure license to know that each applicant must ap pear in person and sign a receipt which is printed on the back of each duplicate of license Heretofore it has only been necessary for a person to forward a check when the clerk would mail the license This can no longer he done under the new ruling of the revenue department of the Uncle Green Stewart one ot the best known colored men in this sec tion is confined to his home and is in serious condition from a compli cation of troubles He went to Louisville about two weeks ago anti operation performed for the removal of a cataract from one of his eyes Instead of giving relief he was rendered practically blind and returned here Tuesday after noon in a very weak and nervous condition It is hoped that he will respond care and treatment and that he will soon be on the road to recovery v I lay f i ore Club has been maklngHs head I I t M r t 0May by I i r interest count thee andcongratulations ofthe eo VI state I hadan 0 to V- v j mil fi I showed y 1 y John was hitter r part oflast 11 ten iu t it Rti t ceremony x S j rI Y Fr 1W ROARK Furniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings 1 w Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Wrpperu Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK I tJ i 1 t If d J c I l f T e Robes Points on Live- Stock Fesdmg Smile uotel lirocdcra were prvscnt nt the anuntil meeting of the Ohio Live mock association mill Icilvorcd dddrc cs Koedlns live Ktock was treated in a clear and tomprnhcn live manner hy Hr II C Miller of Runbury I To n practical faraior and hasniado the cave unit feeding of stork n upeciaity lie h a graduate of the Ohio Veterinary college and n well known farmers Institute lecturer There ne no feeding that arc wholly nitrogenous or wholly non nitrogenous iu their nature nod as Isoth carlwhydratas and protein are nccdcl for whatever purpose nn ant nal Is fell It Id weal that this li no he Laid Clover hay contains loath kinds of nutrients so properly balance that they make an almost perfect food without anything else nut lover not so economical a food as com anti something must ho added thereto to make up teo deficiency In protein cottonseed meal and many other foods are valuable but not so economical at present price as corn and soy Means As n rule land devoted to soy beans would be Inoculated The crop costs a out the same per acre as conn No natlsfactory method of harvesting has yet been dcvLsed The production of hogs for market was ably presented by J J Ferguson for seine years Instructor In animal husbandry lu the Michigan Agricul tural college but now In charge of the nnlmal food department of n Chicago packing thin He spoke briefly cf the tlilTeront breeds of swine and mention ed tho following as among tim moro desirable characteristics of a gpod breed First the ability to make u good use of a largo amount of food second an aptitude or tpurtoucy to mature early third to slow when filiughtcrcd ft small amount of offal or waste In proportion to live weight Tho modern Improved breed should show an average gain of not less than one pound a day for the first eight months cf ltd life Feeding for the International Jive stock exhibition wax Clscussed by KIJ Stono of Stonlngton 111 lie Is one of tho most prcmlucnt breeders stud nnccessful exhibitors t f sheep in this country lie had prepared car load lots for the great exhibition at and choke from experience Ho fed scvcutyflvo or more lambs each of Oxford Dowu Southdown and ghropfljilrptpfrctlier nil ollke The principal feed was corn oatsr He began by feeding one bushel p1 corn a day ahJ gradually Increased It to five bushels With the bushel of corn ho mixed two bushels of onto and supplemented this grain ration by clover cabbage mangolds and carrots The Oxford Downs wero the heaviest throughout but tba Southdownn made the best showing at the butchor3 block With his method of feeding Mr Stone thinks It possible te uiako a good average lot of Jambs Increase forty pounds each lu ninety days I Champion Devon Sun The western champion Devon bull shown hi tic Illustration trout Orange Judd Farmer Id owned by an IllInoLi breeder This breed of cattle are ex fl hor- S Dma r 6 Chicago tr I five interesting la tuft e i ailed s h t pull I r rt r w 1 A DON mILL ccllcut animals fatten readllj inn turo early nud In more eastern section of the country ore prime favorites They are especially desirable whets are to be used as work animals Feeding For Bacon There seems to he an opinion that tho pigs designed for bacon must be fed along slowly until they have reached the required weights Tills I n mla take says a writer In National toolc man and Farmer It should bo bornu In mind that young animals develop muscle while growing and not after Therefore In order ta secure the best results they must be fed with the oh jcct of rapid growth In view from start t9 finish It in n gaod plan to eucour und teed them scalded middlings mix ed In with milk while yet warm In n little trough where they can get to It nod not bo Interfered with by larger animals Clean tho trough each time before putting In the next feeding of the mixture Keep appetite good by giving only as much as they can cat up clean quickly As they grow along coarsor tHeta can bo mixed In such as corn anti oats ground together nnd ball sifted out Pasturing the Ewes The date of turning tho ewes on to pasture Is n period needing care and judgment It Is safest to effect this change gradually by turning to pasture for a few hours dally and back to shel ter at night where n full ration of dry feed should await the ewes writes a breeder in Country Gentleman In tills way may be avoided injury to the di geitlve nystom of tile Iambi often ro suiting In death which Is caused by too great n supply of rich milk through the ewes feeding heavily on new pastures While until the ewes system has become used to tho change from dry feel to pasture It will be ben eflclnl to tiupply n little dry feed both hay and grain generally If the pasture Is nt nil good It will supply sufficient nutriment to the ewes cull It will not D Necessary to Teed oar grin t 1 II I I I f 1 1 i tJ a y 41 steers n oldst the then r t fr- V CARE OF THE BREEDERS kept In dolt Cod nt Ihl KciiNOn of Vrnr- At this tine of the your too much Importance en mint be attached to this raio of tho UiviHlIng stork If our breeders ore itv pour conditiun we mu t wcpect chicks to bo wok and hag in vitality says n writer ia Sue fcssfui Poultry Journal Many lrwd ers wonJer why tluy low so uinuy chicks every year They give tho chet time of food and cans nail still they lode large numbers Put often these same persons neglect the olJ births from which they raise their hicks If possible at this time of year It is a good plan to have the birds on a grass The larger the range the letter It will l e for Uu birds EcgH frown birds on tree range are always more fertile than from birds in yards But some of ui cannot give our birds free range Then the best thing we con do Is to ns nearly as possible give our yarded birds tho conditions they would have it they were on a frca ratio Most poultrymeu know what these con ditions are green food meat scraps bone etc I make n practice of feeling uiy male birds once n day separate from the hens I have found tills keeps these birds In butter condition than they would otherwise ba- The licnH too should be well fed They cannot produce Ftron hatcliable eggs If they are thin and huntry Nei ther can they if they arc over fut A happy medium should Iw obtained be tween these two extremes The breeding stock should not be kept In the same yard or pen with the young stock If the young stock Is tjlveu free range as It should 1 theu the old birds should be confine In this many breeders make a mistake They allow the young antI old birds to un together to tho disadvantage Df tin younger and wcakop ou s I found that heat results can bo obtained by mating n Mole bird to six sr eight lions anti not over ten hens at the most This applies to birds In lon Qncment If they have free rouge lit ccn feaitfUs are not too many for one rigorous niche A Simple Drootl Coop The brood coop herewith Illustrated was designed by Victor D Cauelay of Taylors Falls Minim It In an extraor dinarily simple affair and can be made of almost any box of sultuMs size turned on Its side and slatted over the front A frame covered with ono Inch mesh poultry wire Is ar hey Ur Hun mir burst range play Must lat much awe partway rrnged to slide In and onti HO that nt night the brood tiny have plenty air and still be protected from animals During the tiny when this wire lOW ed frame Is tilt to one side the hen Is kept confined by the wooden slats while the little chicks may run back and forth In and out at will Kill tho Wftnklln9 One thing often overlooked but a source of loss Is the coddling or hold lag over of chicks lacking vigor of delaying for any cause do stroy nt once all chucks which are crip pled or weakly If sick especially tats should bo done The great danger lies In the foot that they may later IHJ over looked anti bred trout says Kate Thy ton Marr In Poultry SUCCUMH Wi must for health and vitality by ridselection It may seem cruel to say burn the dead baby clicks but it Is the boat way Many cats are taught to kill tim chicks by allowing the dead around aLl If they decay and the old er fpwJf emu them may cause serious illness In feat this Is the cause of Umber neck C I put Often and while thy number of our flock may some asea be much decimated yet we find it pays Weak L RT Wetk legs so often met is the result of disorder of time kidneys due to n course of feeding with an unsultaile Jlct Give the chicks n rather lirw allowance of meat or some other and mal matter and some milk to drink silo pomp porridge made of mUUHus sad pupa All their diet should be highly nnd as l p easily digested It U also advisable to keep them on n bed of dry chaff and If they are In a brooder to keep down the temperature to Just below DO de mss f ffct from Chicks Do not put to ninny chicks in a brooder Uotweeu SO nut HKi will do but CO Is boat Too much or too little beat soft and sour food and not enough exercise are the causes of bowel troth ale At present the condition of things Is such that we must depend to raise our chicks with the aid of brooders The old way Is getting too slow for most people now The flavor of lions eggs is declared by an English medical man to bo very materially affected by food When thu liens are scavengers their eggs are made unfit to eat but n diet of good pure grains produces iamurkubly flno u d sweet o breed I J J1ourhlllln can the TJtnor or Instead one such Eggs e tot A LAKENFELDER COCKEREL A Typical Gpcciman of a Valuable but Little Understood Breed Tlirtr hail Curing the last few retirx i gtod deal of dlscimslou ns to die orgn of tits IjikeuMor lasso spuilrd Irfikpitruilerl owl Iy sonic it I nsorf Hl H Jt tlia bird vii devel oped In tiwt mifKUf iTtotrlctj of Franco by roioatul rrwsi of what sire now known na lJ uo AmtalUHinna niul Black Mlnorcn wltli tilt comnuM fowls of the Ftvtittu ninth n the Uliotle Inland Hols were tile remit of coisUnt Intro durttnuH of Huff Cochin stint tire old Shnnghnl lilo d Tin more roAofliuble vew however Is that tli ikonfcldor Is really the uavivo fowl of IJelpuni i matter where h came from original certain Hut cVsorves ell It Ills h been to bo more lii ly rejrar icd In thld country where he l just bogtvilng ta make Ills merits known In hotly time LukenfeUler Is long a hue cur cass and Nosh of oxceiitloaally delicate quality Seine Jikenfoulori tat least those which have not been iniurvntcd ly toj close inbroediug for fcnthor Intro proved to us l y rs as time very host strains of Leghorns which are generally regarded as eg iutiilnei The uHcifcMp Is hardy to u degree hull lioara coiif ic incnt ox fuolngly well ultijotigh he to also oxfcjlent Conger null a comparatively small miter The LnkeufeUler well lu a warm climate but ought tj be particularly valuable as farm chicken in time iold er pjrtioiu or the country for he really scums to be alu ot iiipi rvios to cold the hens laying yen icary ns woll in winter In summer when they are proparly bred Cor egg production The Good Old Cochin We are plwised to notice that uianj writers fire coming hack to the old Caching and montloulng n ijjost for pifcduiIhgim infetift1iihnii Hint liu yfcrr9stura a ral himarVafif the old Yellow Oaehlus of tho klinl that lay so many eggs Another status that lip uses Partridge oxclt eively for tho prDduttion of wlutor eggs and dras 5od poultry for market always caponlzing the cockerels and gaining n good profit from tliolr smite In Jnmuipy poraons are pleased to ndnilt the Cqchlu r a valuable for market producing stock There was a time when the ochlni stood at the head of the for market poultry nUll eggs Too mummy feathers multi too much cultivation along uouutillty lines made n change in thorn Light Brahiras For FroHt- Proporjy fed jjijd cnrerfj there are no letter winter layer tfmn the Light Bralinm pullets or yenlhw They lay n large egg of a ilch br wn c o- A pullet bclongin t th Avilter Michael K Buyer of Farm Jounml laid 100 eggs from Jan 1 to Juno 1 timid iii her second reason hall eirhty oTtgs Inlaat tliuo For entire y ir f fi a puljot 1lR fnly 2 e s The exact nmouut wo do not hart as slid oat lay In a trap nest the entire year At eight to ten wek of Rmh nuts make choice broiicrs velghlaj u pound mid a quarter to a pmnd anti n half each A four t five months age they are fret clUia rji lag fowls Good Mash Mixtures are scvcal mixtures for inusho One is about oiul imrts of rorninoal atid wheat brut with a small amount of Hour mi Ulllnis The exact proporllon must 1 tctornIncd by the quality of the IngroJients 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