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I fjJBimiHMi Record Advertising Costs NotHIttg It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates BgsassaisaLiEK t f I Wi jiitJtd X XQlJrnmcnIrXI raft k t u i VOL XI NO 10 GREENVILLE KYt THURSDAY APRIL 15 1909 oOs PER YEAR IN ADVAKGE A FEW INTERESTING ITEMS FROM FAR AND NEAR 4 Prof Muenstcrbergs machine for detecting lies technically known as a galvanic psychomeler has attracted much attention de spite the caustic comments with which it has been received in scicn tific circles Many interesting rc suits have been obtained by expen meats carried out by Dr Vcraguth of Zurich with the psychomctcr He found that when mind and body were completely at rest there was a gradual diminution of the current A noise a light a touch reading of an exciting novel mental or the recollection of some ex ciding incident all the end of a few seconds which may be called the latent period a mark ed increase ol the current Ina lecture before the Aeronautic Society in New York city on March i6th Mr Hudson Maxim brought out the point that the dropping of dynamite from air craft would not be as dangerous to fortifications and buildings as generally supposed because in order to do much dam age this explosive must be confined If 100 pounds of it were dropped in to the smoke slack of a warship or exploded in the water close to the vessel it would be effective but dropping upon the deck would be 6t no avail Mr Maxim as is well known is an expert upon explosives He also described some new plosives that may be available for in explosive motors The part that lightcolored walls may play in the illumination of a room or building is clearly brought out by an illustration in the current number of the Electrical Journal A person reading in a room with darkcolored walls and with a source of light entirely behind his field of vision may declare the il f i though not shining on the page he is reading the pupils of his eyes will commence to contract Less light will enter them from the print ed page and it will appear to the reader that the page is growing darker This shows the use of v white or very lightcolored walla may actually decrease the efficiency f of the illumination The suppression of sleeping is only a question of efficient administration and organization and there is little doubt that in time the tsetse My will be conquered with the result that the disease will cease to devastate wide districts in Africa The disease is spread by a biting in sect which is distributed in patches over many thousands of square miles in Africa the inhabitants of which vast areas are too apathetic to lift at finger to save themselves from annihilation Moreover the difficult of detection in its earlier stags during which period infected persons may travel long distances affording opportunities for the diffusion of the malady Cfne ot the first essentials in grappling with the difficulty is to instruct the African native as the true nature of the disease and its mode of Before the recentlyelectrified St Clair tunnel was delivered into the Minds of the it was operat ed by the Westinghouse Company for a period of several months in order to thoroughly try oat the electric apparatus A report on the operation of the railroad during this period has recently been published This report shows tHat the electric Jocomotives handled ioooton trains as against trains with team locomotives The electric trains numbering on the average 273 cars per train made the run of the electrified section in TO minutes liiFM against steam trains averaging 1 197 cars which required 15 minut TheMsteam consumed nearly 5000 worth of coal per month as 115260 per month for the Electric service the reason for this C Difference being that steam had to burn bard coal costing ay be used in the power station 1 producedat f was t ext use htDinatoitb itt tftiVf t a otb tooth t f i f i i r sickness rf i f ftIt diseaseis spreading t railroad r i 3 f ton while soft coal at a ton 4t i t x r calculation Y 4 r 11 ftcldo fibs c P r t 4r 1 7o0 ton N against i locomotives a i ItMay Music Festival Louisville In an schoolhouse in the country town of St Peter Minn a little boy and a little girl went to school over twentyfive years ago like most of the other and daughters of na tives of Swecden The atmosphere or the teacher must have been in spiring at least to those two for though their study there marked al most the limits of their education one of them Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota has won the highest honors of his Commonwealth and the other Olive Frcmstad has come to be known as the greatest soprano now in American The fact that she is to appear at the May Music Festival to be held in Louisville May 6 7 and Shas added interest to the early struggles ot Fremstad and has shown that to win artistic laurels takes just as much pluck as to win them any where clse Her parents were poor and her musical talent wa shown first teaching Then finally she went to New York without money and without prospects determined to music and to win a place somewhereShe win She sang first in choirs then at tiny recitals and finaljy grew big enough to do some concert work Then she went to Berlin and studied under the fam ous Lilli Lehmann After that her progress was rapid The Cologne Opera Company gave her her first grand opera chance and in 1903 she went with the Metropolitan Her appearance in Louisville May 8 promises to be the most notable musical event in the history of the city Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment dots not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sale by Jarvis Williams V i i than r No church wins when it seeks to work them Pickled piety always makes a disposition Selflove keeps the life tramping around in a circle He who consults only expediency soon silences conscience When the conceited man sees his shadow he thinks it is night for the world You cannot measure a life by the distance between its early poverty and its later income No man wastes more time than the one who has no time to spare for friendsThe we calLa drag the counterpoise that helps us to riseIt more than sharp angles to that a man lives a square life A man is quite likely to disclose his conscience by his suspicions To use a great truth for wholly selfish ends may be to make a great lie out of it Because blessings are prom to the poor try to earn them by being poor kind of people The danger of the one talent man today is not that he will bury it but that he will do nothing but brag of it are proud of their flow of ideas forget that a half empty bottle flows more readily than a full Typewriter paper supplies rib bons etc of all kinds at this office Weak Kidneys Weak Kl te r point to kldnej Xerves Tho Kidney thtomach find their vrctaiess orrnn dealt but In the nerves that Mil strengthen Dr 8hoop I a medicine tpcdflcally prepared to reach then nerves To doctor tho Kidneys alone Is futile It Is a wuto of time of money al WelLIf your back aches or is weak if the Maldf or Is dark and 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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 Jluntor ous Stories Stones of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDate Notes On Current Events Recent Discov eries in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Ininiitabl Domestic Sketches 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 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 possagc if he lives in Can ada will receive free all the remain ing issues for ipoS including the Double Holiday Number TJie r I fr lithographed in 13 color Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass For Piles 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RECORD PRESS Own KICK Prrnldenl CHICK L ROAUKBerreinrjN ROAKK EDITOR LonrjOlJtTnae Telphers N 2 Older In nnnrz rear nf Morr ground Jl ir to ADVANCE TBRMB The price of the ble in Ailrxnrr and when the expired to which It In the pnper will be Card of thanks obituary notlcoi etc If not tanirtr than ten line will l r free A ehftrrr offtc line will l e made for iiucoeed In ic Hue of this rule lo Anjror- Kree mple eopten be mailed Adrertlkeineutit will be lonertcd A rate card wilt be furnished on request A ldr i o All commtiMfeAtlnitH nnd make all re OreenTllle Ky THURSDAY API1L 15 at the Or OTUIe Ky o tflfflee n eoondeUvii matter ANNOUNCEMENTS mrmrr unthnHxed to unnnnnee s WALTKR C KINME- Ln i ndMi te forHherlff of JfuhlrnWru county the KepubUcnn party K P nthorlw l In announce a B CURD cn lliUteforr l cUoii to Clerk kofthr Miiblcnhcnr Circuit Court nubjeet to the aetlun of the RcinhlU n party ron COCSTT co nr Weir uutborlied to annonnc- er it cnndMat for reelectlmi to the office of Count Conrl Clerk of Muhlenbrrj county nul feet l t e nation of the Hepnbllrun party atjry v YOKK tho oWofx of Jailer i nb ci the at faasilies wt Rest the i iU es hath vorti PETROLEUM is to he on the free list unless John D Rockefeller Jivsf papainlaw Senator Aldrich gets busy THAT congressional debate on the tariff bill is almost anything ex a sermon on brotherly and sis lerjyMuye icongresstnen ViiTHOirrwaitirig for the statistics it is resonably safe to that tbe supply of eggs showed a de Monday morning IK J Pierpdnt Morgan purchases an aeroplane he have break his rule and buy something besides a work of one of the old masters KRAMERS of the federal constltu tion in providing for the right of petition neglected to give that pop ular amusement legal standing congress OsB Pituoiirg magnate gave his hitightcr 1000000 home as a wedding gift Should this practice become general the marriage ket would be greatly helped One of the handsomest pieces of printing from a purely mechanical standpoint that have been seen late J v is the prospectus of the Mu c Festival to be held in Louts xviUe May 6 7 and 8 The pros pcciua has just been issued and is printed on India tinted paper with Egyptian ink It id illustrated with puts of the soloists who are to take f af and gives full information con corning the great musical event Announcement is made for the lirst time of the program arrange eftl of the festival There will be five concerts Thursday Friday and Saturday evening May 6 7 and 8 and Friday and Saturday afternoons Uciog the dates for the performanc es The opening event is canes Italian Opcw Night when Ver dis Aida will be sung The fol lowing afternoon K Symphony Con cert will be and Cigars great Symphony in 15 Flat wjll be played That evening is Popular Night and two big choral works The Pied Piper f Hamelin and The Death of Minneh u will be sung Sat urday afternoon a Childrens Con cert will be given and Saturday evening Farewell Night will be tven up largely to Mule Olive Fremstad the great soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company t Ah exceptionally large edition of he f ra peclus has been prmted ndcopfe way be had on tion to Secretary Andrew Broaddus Building Louisville Ky r lf J Viijr i 1 1 THE REt dn tttpludcnt n a PUt YEAR will payable to 1IUt II a a are to action of ruua11coIJlT rttnrc of o Ii li LEWIS t vn 1I-L1noari to n rtlen t to Ut J 4tooN it Ytttrttrlt heads I I r t j f to t t r J t before A f I I Ma J 1 n i I l It to liven a 2 I I i tti 2Ia A t t UKuiN L new SO CENTS paper ra pnyn paid Viper c f 1talttanrea hItCat H loll Ii iI red tea Ire e nnhjeet the ran the nfare 9 ci inc a ann mlet catht I car tbeacti mof the tNloar- tpoity a tte Fttr bilk traa wlriii b wee o I is a safe guess that sentdr attd knore abou low awd ho ter than thc eveY t kit Dettrr s A state visible t crease Mill t i I e r mar r 5 1 r Iw rr t ri r M ir app is oIu biz1 r f S d s t r a i Serious Cutting Affray John Stewart n prominent farmer who lives bciuceu Smith Carrollton and IJnmen laujjorotisly cut his ttuighhor Christopher 5ossett lust MonilrtV morning The troulilc i n 8t over n diteh that tMs tt WHS 01111111 on his own fiirm and It is reported that the cnse shows up pretty strong against Stewart who is in jail await ing nn examining trial Stewart is shout years old mutt lots never beuu in serious trouble before llossetts condition is dnngerous with about even eluinces that he will recover from his wound Lawyers are all very busy getting ready for circuit court Monday Vote for the school bonds and you will be both good and happy FREE If Dr Coxs Liniment docs not do all that v is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams Mr J B Hudspetb accepted the position as clerk at the Old Inn Fruit has been damaged to some extent by the continued cold weath er but there is still urospect for a crop Mr Chas W lark is local rep resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will preciate your business vMuch will be cared for promptly and in the very best manner The condition ot Mr J V Ra gon was slightly improved yester day but Miss Lou Ration is danger ously ill causing great anxiety Cross men arc notch in rviilrnce lcr teprcsnntative offic pals from all ports nf the being here to attend the grand command ry electing Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec ions complete now Mine host George Morgan has many distinguished guests today in the personages of the Golden Cross officials from all sections of the state who are here attending the grand commandcry Mr Chas F Plckj contracting agent of the Howe London Shows was here the Tatter part of last week depot as the site for the tents on May i when the show will be here The advance car will be here Saturday when the town and country will be billed Spring Hill Poultry Yards some extra goers B P Rock cock orcls for sale at i and 3 Book ing orders for Eggs at i for 15 Boone county white seed corn at 2 per bushel sacked guaranteed Phone 1651 J T Spurlin Depoy Ky fn Mr Frank Southall and Miss Maude Wall members of the More dockWatson Lady Minstrels here last Friday afternoon in the county clerks ofllcej in the presence of several members of the company Rev F E Lewis per formed the ceremony and congrat ulations were general Notice At Mt Tebacco Delivery To all that have tobacco that is pledged to the Muhlenberg County Pool Your board of control re spcctfully requests that tobacco be delivered by May i It will soon be prizing time and all tobacco must be gotten in proper condition before it is placed in hogsheads Moreover it is now the time of the year when tobacco will damage where it is in bulk J 1 Doss The Morcdock Watson Lady Minstrels were at the opera house last Friday night and gave a clean bright performance before n large audience Some of the acts were especially good Miss Gilmore possessing a voice of range and ex pression and Mr Joredock being the life of the show as well as a musician out of the ordinary run frank Southall an songs jokes and on roller skajes frequently drawing hearty applause Hon Ruby of vale has appointed special commonwealths attorney in tho case of the commonwealth against Walter Hardwick and in some other which the regular atloiney Hon T J Sparks Is interested Judge Sandidge made the selection app secured one of the best in this section I r I Barbed rare I ape J Gsld n state I are vcry r bd lecJcdlJ sho uuds irt hav I w remarried here l M tJi ion been casesin TIE Cp c c tfi Chin Gaff tan then f5D err car c r a Uncle colored jed yours died suddc sly ut tits home in the cast last Wednesday night j For some years he has suffcrc train aneurism ii l n ruptured artery was the cause f death Until u day 01 so before death he had been in usual health and hud been at wcfrk Me had been up as usual and that night luul attended prayer service at tbe Baptist church of which he was a faithful member and n member of the board of deacons About mid night he culled to his wife and said that he was in distress listed to a chair in front of the fire where he sat for a short time and then said that while he was in no pain tic realized lliat death was near soon expiring struggle lIe was one of the old men of and was respected by both races His wife one daughter and four sons survive him and he was a member of a large family of the name The funeral services were held at the Baptist church at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon the services conducted by Rev Irwin of the A M E Zion church and the church would not contain the friends who attended Interment followed in the west end cemetery The high wind Monday caused much uneasiness nn account of the recent storm that passed through here To add to the matter earl ous rumors of a cyclone were cir culated gathering wundrously as the tale was retold and some persons were stating thin act time had been set for the appear ante of the storm This was believed by sour persons and as night approached the scare in creased some persons fearing to Uncle Green Stewart continues to improve slowly and it is hoped will soon be out again On Saturday April 24 the Demo of Bremen Penrod Summers Hillside Nelson and Graham vot ing precincts will elect committee men as members of the county ex ecutive committee which they fail ed to do last November Notice of Election Pursuant to an order duly made Jay the trustees JUHe G e election will be held tTouft house in Greenville April 17 1909 between the hours of 6 a in and 4 p mi at which election the sense of the legal qualified voters of said district will be taken upon the prop osition as to whether or not the dis trict shall issue bonds not in excess of the amount authorized by law and in no event to exceed 12000 fur the of building and equipping suitable buildings fur the use of dfptriot- T J SPARKS T B PANNKU IllIXRV LBWIS JOHN H SMITH G C MOITGAN Trustees Totes KJarfcte of llOIKINSVILE KV April 13 More favorable weather during the ratter part of last week caused a re BUmuJion of business on the local tobacco tnacltCt after a period of comparative dullness owing to Jhp dry wjqtjy wpather putting tobacco sift uf condition for handling in fhe loose start JJusjnpss was brisk the demand being strong and price firm and satisfactory Sales of tobacco during the week by J P Thompson R JC Cooper Co and H Abcrnathy were 360000 pounds Prices con tinued good ranging from 3 to 5 50 for lugs and from jt to j s 3 h Death or tt Saulsbury Jltriam Snuts url i4 I I c without u townS ofcourse t t retire crass S f 1 at repairing f l D Te re e9 loos 6 10 I I l i s enl t teals the foolish theca re ill Graded tht luc a for leaf As the season approaches the market seems to grow stronger in price rather than weaker At the Planters Protective Asso ciation house 49 hogsheads of 1907 tobacco and 15 of the new crop were sold during the truck at prices ranging from 550 to 10 roll the tobacco ordered off the market a few days ago pending a sole of the entire stock have again been placed on sale the deal having fallen through CLARKSVIILK TKNN April 12 Receipts in the open market lust truck were tao hogsheads Market remains unchanged with a strong demand for all grades The sales man of Tobacco Growers As sociation sold 169 hogsheads of old lugs the stock of which is now re duced to a small quantity and will soon be closed out They also sold hogsheads of new tobacco and are getting a demand for hood to fine grades of leaf CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance to Improve a por ton of the Sidewalks on the plaradise street in the City of Grcciiville Ky The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That Concrete pavements on the Last sTile of Paradise lacer in the City of Greenville fur the following distances and in front of the lots owned by the following persons with and includ ing side Judge Jep C Joneon lsofcct W E Drake 136 feet JT Williams So feet Vir gil Fo 8o feet William Ennis So Mrjfend Mrs f D Oates 126 filet shall be made and constructed in acc jrjh ncc with ordinances of the f Greenville approved on the of November 1907 and Qn th4r4 day of Jan 1909 and relatinJ the renewal and con structijoi bf Pavements in the City of Gre Asille and said walks shall be fjeT wide and said work of constrf same shall be done the cg ttof the of the ground fromiSgaId improvements as pro Seche said pavements shall be constructed of good and substani concrete dose in a workman Ai ukeTnahnerand of 4 it ao and Jan 4 1909 as ti The owners of the lots herein shall be given 50 days from the publication of this or tlinqrice in Inii RECORD in which Q do this VorU In the event of their failing to do the contract for paying will he after the publi cation afvqne advertisement in Tug FvppQjsilet to the lowest bidder as rovi law ROARK Clerk tfy Council of the City JiJW ordain as follows fi 0 I of the ordinances Pf MrpPnvjHe entitled by nncd by adding thereto the section tnwit Any per son corporation owning or n erutitigm the City of Greenville allY skating rink or hall or any qmHSpmcnt of anytpharactcr to which an met js pharged or for proit shall first procure from the pity a license to so own or npgrafp Bajrt property paying there for the gijm of op per month Any person firm nr corporation violating the provisions of this or dinancp shall bg guilty of a mjsdcmpanor and upon conviction thereof hall be fined 3 for each ark 5 t totwit diy tog a owners vided raJv j aim Ie u fitrlTnnctprovlif- eU I i aforesaid 4 meltQl JiJ1ro S 190Q J W J L ID Tltfuj tbpjf If opal is f hail tHhlli ion d r East- side ale innin Jon Last 6 fit qfh to four teat the theordlnanccsnpproved Yov r Sec such I 1 rip IntM Mayor ltlun 1Irc off ctit Its Ly wet S jig flip sanlE here folio mien or k clerk doem t THE lADE TO WEAR NOTHING IN IT what should bo there NOTIIING LACKING that improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality i pigments pojtifically omj incd and nejy ground Not a Lead and a oij Mne but a LOT QF LEAn and a LITTLK ZTNO 7 Qosts more to make but the people yant it FOR SALE BY c HANNAS GREEN SEAL PAiNT but I I 1 4 EXT Ky t A 42 L will In Pine dine f Oil- jIa lira 4 CO 6fev1fe I r 3 Y tiK1Vt s day they so oicApproved Ai I 5 909 Av L Mayor ORIKN L ROARK Clerk Gus Oliver of near Karlcs was adjudged insane and was carried to Hopkinsvillc Sunday for Judge W A Wicklifle is again able to be out after having been confined to his home several weeks by iheumatic pains The fiscal court has ordered the building of walkways and pavements in and around court square and the work will be commenced as soon as the contract is made 3479 to California KOUTK Colonist oneway tickets at the above rate will be on sale dally iron March 2nd to April 5oth at Louis ville via the MONON ROUTE to California North Pacific Coast and intermediate points Monoit trains leave Union station loth St and Broadway nect at Chicago with all TransCon tinental lines beyond Inquiries will receive prompt when addressed to K H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Rnark has them and you are asked to call for a look Notice to the Public If persons living near the street arc any person will call telephone No i or No 248 in case the lights go out the will be given immediate attention J A GILMAV Mngr JVANTBD SUCCESS MAGAZINE T- Cqures 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 per manent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications sal any 150 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room Success Magazine Bldg New York ou trcatmept ON andcon I lampsor matter jn tf r i tit 11U attention 21 Position roe J A Little Good Paint in Time Saves way wu you nwwy moat BM work Lumber cotta toe much to let it decay for want of a little pakt It coiU ICTJ to we than to with out it Wo me nothing but good paint oa CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE kind of paint w u MV or scales oaly wear will remove it Let w with you when ready to paint We a ntclan and durable job prices reatoabk Dont put it J H HAYES Painter and Interior i Decorator NQ 254 pQ AIl snow LEAD- r TUrNtift Backs d I c Vh t ys wrbriWb tail palnd tun and outwork r 8il1P1ar as the o eliyts flue e Vela hotle a AN IDEA ABOUT YOUR SIDEWAIKi You are told you build of concrete it is permanent so if the contractor knows how Hers is an idea I have learned byll 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 will this season put in a strip of steel and remove the same before fin al set leaving a joint clear through to the cinders therefore your walk is really large flag stones and can be removed just the same suppose the grade line is changed on your street or raised or lowered A pinch bar will raise them and you may fill or aligne to suit or your walk can be taken up and put down elsewhere if you like I will guar antee you can do this with every piece of walk 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 caused to be made in this town give me your contracts What would occur with the sidewalks built here in the past if a good old fashioned freeze should come Long slabs and no place to Do you know the limit of the tensile strength of concrete Does your contractor Do you know the limit for the size of a block for a 4 inch walk If your contractor dont know get another con tractor I didnt know all these things when I first began and a few people wish they had got some one else But dont make the mistake a second time by getting an inexperienced contractor It of course is unfortunate to be born without experience as in my case but I am thankful I am not one of those who remain so in spite of experience Cement is advancing and I have decided to make some advance in the price of walks after May 1st I will take at 11 34c during April but 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 who 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 oclock in the afternoon I thank all my friends and patrons for the assistance they have given me in my effort to make the price I made stick by getting a suf ficient 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 McCRACKBN PIANO VERY time we sells piano we treat the sale as if it first sale they are the kind that kedp oii giving satis faction You can buy better at any price r Our store is a place of interest and satisfaction to musicians T M MORGAJM Greenville Ky V I when Just t I expand contracts 1 cre our t and our future tjit W 4 5ftl JQtI f i h fCrmvn PiZl us a comfortable t tJ I 4 nothing SON J w 1i K rv n 1V nl businc ssldcPendedon action kwatci arLombinolaS giver t sortQf fcegbout the future r 0 l 60000 BODIES Pttfiftied AiMally Mssflctbti es Tilal t r 11 a ChA ion Chcmkal Ca 5ok Makers TOPUT ON A EASY animals and Is nln employee cl nnd waterproof A in every 1d AU U in T HEnn ea gut II1 all sixes Th9 BAKER VAULT carried la steck by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville fine Llno of Funeral avid Burial Goods I sass OF INSURANCE The BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can hare is a Cortright Metal Shingle lipof- t cannot burn It leak t never need fcpatpsj pad makes Mv1lMaV V JJ rui juaviiuiiv its and arc glad to quote lower prices used Drop in and see them G M DEXTER CO Agents Subscribe for Vw Record Only SCic SlfcfeiV A th Ion It Fred roof the q ompaanje it 14 s ttlF p vantaies where iyrt r ffl4r 3- tI 1 t 0 I I t 1 J fil e r N BaKiiu Powder n Ro alPure1lbrolutely Renders the foodmore wholesome perior in lightness and flavor The only bolting powder m e Royal Grano Cream of Tartar andsui I L r1 MLI rc I C R R LOCAL CARDi1Mf rI 1 x MOItTIl BOUND HO 123 Louisville Express 1115am 103 Cltivlunnll Express 101 LoulHTllln Limited 4W nm 100 Central Cllj Local Freight 315 pm BOUTU BOUND KO lit Pulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleann Special 105 PAduaah 710am Nov Si 1003 W a CnjLvrronD Agt THE SABBATH 11 Y VAUPIIAN Vaughn was born In Wnle In Oil and therefore called the SllnrUl he Attained iHilebrlty H n physician and oet In England nod WUH alMi known fur certain writ jugs Ho died April S3 1003 HI biography was written poet hplrlt Henry KnuicU LyteJ- BrlRht nliaduwH of true rest home tthootn of bll Uea TOII once a wreak TIle nut world RladneM In this X day to seek Eternity In time the steps by which We climb above Ill lamps that light Man through hU heap of dark dale end the rich And full redemption of the whole wceV flight The pulley unto headlong man times bower The narrow way Transplanted phradUe Oml walking home The cool o the day The creature Jubilee Godtf with dust Heaven here man on those hillri of myrrh and tlovrroi- AngeU the returns of trust A gleam of glory after Nix shoyrrci Look up lift up put Dont knock You only add to the destruction TThe range the thermometer has been rather low during the past week Greenville is perhaps a littleslow but iris the surest proposition here bouts Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD It was a fine da the temperature moderating the weather fair If its books magazines etc get them from this office Just to remind you We are have a firstclass railroad circus here on May j For haUling of all call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No 189 Mr R T Martin has been con fined to his home several days by an attack of rheumatism 15t pm II pm Loc oea 1teOT liE nY lIenr b u prepoa ft reM 1 co H delCeIlUII orlight j 4 T Rn J 1 t 7 1 It tP 1 Easter t ll kin ISJ tj r to d N se- r lest i S I pane data t r 1Htlte noldsrbas o gallery his 1z hIt4 q off a end t tot y If you cant boost keep quiet The Easter dress parade was to the average notwithstanding the hard times Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co There was quite a skim of ice on still water last Thursday and mornings Stock bills of all kinds quickly printed at this office There were a few stayathomes Sunday because a new hat or dress was not ready property in Greenville for sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo Dont forget to vote for the school bond issue Saturday and thus help your own and your neighbors child The amount of concrete pave ments in the city much more than doubled before the frost Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars i A baby of Mr Chas Hill and wife died last Thursday and was buried at Cherry Grove Friday af ternoon ft Flies will not V Wound Before the season closes Green ville will have more and better con crete pavements than any city quad ruple its size in the state Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere Messrs Jarvis Williams pro gressive druggists have just com pleted the interior decoration ot their store adding light freshness and beauty Protect your property by insuring it in the companies represented by C Wy Roark The weather report of cyclone conditions sent out Monday caus ed much uneasiness especially as the wind was blowing at an alarm ing rate I up The rd ren will Ue comes Co 1 j j ilitPPJ fJs S Friday bothc ii4iPrcDc IYa tUstl lfre llnt pent or Williams S 50 Reward in GOld You may get this reward if you will get a UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT regulation post card and make as many words as you can think of from the name Drug Store You are allowed to use the same letter as many times as you care to Time first person who sends in the most words made from the name COUNTJ5 tERS DRUGSTORE between and June the first will receive this reward in gold which is now on exhibition in the window All post cards in this competition must be mailed to eOUNTZLERS DRUB STORE Greenville Ky Where your trade is Appreciated v 4 It d t II tY II I now v i PJIO NE8J r- c ftf i f i t t to p 3- L 1 F r t a t ersoun G x u I t Q Is i i ml f P r 1 d i a S 4 School Bond Isue When professor Poole had con cluded his address the Hon Ben Tooley arose and said Ladies and gentlemen I feel highly flattered to have the honor and pleasure of ad dressing you on so important mat ters as I shall proceed to do I am before you tonight to talk to you about sport of its importance and its good effects But before I shall enter upon a general discussion of this momentous subject I want to say that professor Poole has taken the pains and made it a point In his discourse to criticize me in the stand that I have taken in this matter and I am of the opinion that there are but few individuals within the sound of my voice who arc not the sub jects of professor Pooles criticism and that there is not an individual in this town or county unless they have a bad case of hypochrondia and blues or nearly dead or dying but what enjoys some kind of sport more or less Now the professor al so stated that there was something wrong in and that the people needed more light Now I agree with the professor that there is something wrong in Greenville but I differ with him as to what they need instead of more light they need more sport and fun They have had too much light already and not enough sport Now I want to say that as soon as I reached your little town tha I found some persons that were with a disease called shrivels or these cases are free quently found in villages and places where they are destitute of sport Now this disease often becomes chronic on the account of no sport remedy I am told that Greenville has never had any sporting facilities since it has been a town and I am told now that there is no dancing hall no suitable pool room or club rooms nothing but a small skating rink and perhaps an Owl The little while that 1 have been in your town I have not yet heard a good hearty and healthy laugh ut tered by anyone Everybody seems to be more or less serious and in passing one another they look at each othcr aS it xlicy were afraid of one another Now to lie cured of this state of affairs you should build you a large sporting house for all kinds and commence the practice of sport ing and you will be an entirely dif ferent people and you will begin to enjoy life Now I want to say further that sport is the panacea of time and the largest vital of life and living and the best remedy for hyt pochrondia and the blues that can be found in the dispensatory of remedies When you hnd a person that has no desires for any kind of sport and can take no part in any kind of fun you may expect that person to pass out soon or that they have lost the main vital and life simply mummies and deadbeats on the trail I find that you people that want a sporting building have let the school committee take the drop on you Now you should go to work at once and put a quietus on this school house business You need a sporting building more than a school building there is too much means and methods being used to force education and learning into heads that have n6 capacity to re ceive it and to retain it More than half of the people that get edu cation never use it to an advantage and it is a worry to them as long as they live Now there seems to have been some smart Alecs who are un generous and cruel enough to make a law to force parents to drive their children to school houses like driv ing cattle to pens and make them vex and study and worry over prob lems and difficult questions which they have no desire or taste for Children and people who prefer sport to education ought al lowed to have it There are too many school houses and too much education for the sporting facilities It is the case as soon as children can walk cleverly they are drove off to a school house and their little minds arc taxed with study untjl they have completed aU the cSiand when they arc 30 or 3 years old they look as old as they should look at 50 weak eyed gray or bald headed and no teeth all brought on by hard study and the mind and if they bad spent the same time in good sport they would present a very differcntpic ture they would be the very embod iment of health and vigor of youth Education studying and learning U U Greenville ofamusement activityof andre S taxing eo effected dead beatus clubroom r aak acc moving tribe tours breed disease and brings people to untimely graves Look at the ma jority of school teachers and pro fessors who have spent all their time in teaching and thinking life away pondering over books many of them aic bald headed have pallid appearance humpbacked club foot ed and crooked shanks eyes so weak that they have to wear double lens eye glasses to sec how to read and this is all brought on by over strain and study The old saying is that as the world grows older people grow wiser and weaker and if there is not more sport and less education the human family will soon play out and there arc lots of people now if they stripped of their artificial rigging there would not be much left to consider The colored people since they have commenced education have begun to lose their eyesight hair and teeth Let us take a look at the antedilu vian world where education was un known and not a letter or syllable was ever thought of and nothing but the best kind of sport was daily practiced and during that whdle period of 1650 years we have no ac count of any untimely death or of Diseases People lived to be of years old and some lived close to 1000 years just think of it all the effect of sport and during all that period we have no account of but one man being killed no wars or bloodshed but as soon as the people began to educate and smart Alecs sprung up then trouble when they began to play their hand which terminated in and revolutions and the days of man were shortened Solomon tried education to its fullest extent he had learned all that could be learned he came out and boldly and declared that it was all vanity of vanities and vexa tion of spirit that there was noth ing in it and advised the people to cat drink and be merry that a cheerful heart acted as medicine and he turned his attetttiotito all kind of amusement and sport and riddles When David would get into trouble he would call for music and dancing in order to give his mind and e lief and enable him tpxsleep Nda greatly relieved and perhaps well and forget their misery There is not an up todate physi cian in Kentucky but that cheerfulness and fun is for disease and that mind always acts upon matter and that mental rem edies are as good as physical You people will not need medicine if you will keep up cheerful minds Sport and sleep arc the mainsprings of life and the sourte of health What would be the condition of the human family if they were destitute of sport The world would be like unto a valley of dry bones and pray to die not a smile or a look of love and joy to be seen play upon the human coup tenance how wretched would man kind be But as good luck would have it we ere blessed with the privilege of exercising faculties for sport and fun which cheers and animates us amid all our troubles and makes us happy Now if you people of Greenville would get a move on you and build you a sport ing house ample enough for all kinds of sport you will never regret it and will wish that you had built it sooner It will surely improve your town and increase your trade much more than a school house it rill a great attraction to draw people to your town This school house bond issue will be a very unjust matter I do not believe it is right for people who have children to vote a tax on those that have none to school their children This we think is favorit ism and undemocratic but in the sporting house bond issue its will be universal everybody will be benefitted cither directly or indirectly all those persons that cannot participate in the general sport can go and look on the and grandfathers can go and see their phjldrpn and grand phUdjen enjoying the pleasures pf life ann they can clap then hands and cheer them and it would their old souls happy and they would feel it was good to be there X have raveled a great deal in my time and been amogg many races and nationalities and I have found all those that were enjoying sport the most happy healthy and prosperous people I find that sport and amusement are the great hundreds wars andafter openly r t l midst of ruey 11 Ue fget e everybodywould hive make that l J i f were commenced conundrums always case sport has tbctsarrc it tit toelltl- v1jI QISt Std tt Y wtQ leg fobestc lput hem t e sort and Y will agrY good out i effects grandmothers batteries of life among all people that generate humor and sympathy and unites mankind in bonds of love and friendship Professor Poole stated that sport was an emp ty sound and a bucket without bot tom but I want to say here now that it is the bottom and basis of the pleasures of life that 1f you strike for the human heart the bat teries of pportund amusement and the humor and sympathy that they generate then you would wreck mankind deaden the world and life would become a bleak and barren waste for sport is tire easer and soul satisfier that belongs to the human makeup Now I want to ask parentsa question which is the best for you to do to drive your children oft to a school house whether they want to go or not and keep thorn study ing and vexing over hard lessons all day or to let them go to the skat ing rink If you do not want your children to be happy and lifes pleasures then you arc cruel and not worthy to be parents Which is the most agreeable to you mothers when your children come home from school in perfect pouting humor with their little tender feel ings wounded little hearts all brok en up and approach you in tears and between sobs tell you of their troubles at school how that the teacher had made them stay in and stand up because they could not get the old hard lesson You would feel sorry for theta But when they come home from the skating rink skipping along with glowing rosy cheeks sparkling eyes and a sweet smile and would run up and take hold of you and tell yqu that they had such a fine time skating and it was so nice you surety wouldbe glad to hear that your children had enj ycd themselves and give them a smile of love I want to say to you husbands would you not prefer to go from your busi ness at night and your wife woultl meet you either on the veranda or at the gate with a smile of love and put her arms around your tell you that she had enjoyed her sGlf so at the skating club roonf and had seen so much funoi would s vet drtarni thaFnight but when fyjpu go home the front door and walk Into the family room jee your wife sitting m the corner looking a little gruff and grum and you would ask her how she was and she would say she had been cooped up all day and had not seen or heard anything and was feeling a little drowsy you would naturally feel a little drowsy your self Now I want to say that the mart or the woman that gets the sport out of life is the hero or the heroine of the times and deserves a medal of success and I want to say further that a ten year old buy with out a nickel in his pocket can put a pair of roller skates on and enjoy himself as well as a millionaire in 0 palace car I was standing on the streets of one of your neighboring towns talking with a gentleman when a robust healthy looking man came along and bowed and spoke very politely I saw that he was a sporting man and well humor I asked the man who was talking with me who he was he said his name was Hyde and that he was the proprietor of the skating rink He had not pass ed us but a few steps until he met another man pretty much of the same makeup they commenced shaking hands laughing and talking and it was but a little while until the people commenced gathering up and soon there were a dozen or more gathered around these two men and all seemed to be greatly enthused laughing hollowing and shaking themselves I then ob served on the other side of the street a long hungry lantern jawed man coming across to where they were and I remarked to the gentleman talking with me that that man when he reached the crowd would not crack a smile Vic to low the reason why n him that he had the worst Kind of a gasp of shrivels and deailbontus The gentleman broko out into a laugh and wanted to know what that was I told him that the gen tleman had never engaged in any kind of sport and his sensibilities had become leadened to such anti that he was just dragging along through life no consolation to him self or anybody else And sure en ough as I said he stood around a minute or two looking on and then walked off I said to my friend that roan will not shed onlymind OU neckand m h rinkor i py pcdupw biter andopen feeling the oth er chargedwith l turnedand ptf61 e enjoy countenance hurriedly would homer would klss her and raipit1 ia eda most day wanted tears at his wifes funeral and pass through the world unnoticed then drop into the grave unpitied and unknown Now I want to to you people here in Greenville that you are having such cases here in the town county people with the shrivels all for the of sport and fun Our space has already been oc cupied in giving the details of Mr Tooleys speech In his closing re marks he was given rousing cheers by the audience RHIORTEK Dont Decay and to kdep good teeth you should have them cleaned twice a year See Dr Bray Death of Mrs Linda Faust Jones Mrs Linda Faust Jones was born in Lebanon Penn Jan i 1854 and died at the Cumberland Pres byterian parsonage here April 10 at 855 a in She was converted at an early age and united with the Baptist church living a pious de voted Christian life Mrs Jones was a cousin of Rev O A Barbce pastor of the Cumberland Presby terian church here Upon the death of her husband some years ago she made Mr Barbers residence her home and continued member of his family to the day of her death Her funeral was preached by Rev F E Lewis pastor of the Metho dist Church South at the Cumber land parsonage Sundays afternoon at oclock and interment followed in Evergreen cemetery At both services many friends gathered to show the last token ofrespect See R C McCrackqn if concrete work of any kind Greenville grows gloriously all V Good morning Vote early for the school bonds Coombs Buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices in cash t Circuit will convene spring term next Monday morning men arc doing nidr thing nhvs ftQ w t l r Rufus Dennis solicits hauling d all kinds and gives prompt careful service at reasonable rates new funeral car has at tracted the attention ot greatmany people The wind arid dust have combined to necessitate the free use of water on the streets Wallpaper at 5 per roll up in of sidewaUs border and ceiling at Roarks Mr George Dexter out again after being confined to his hunts foi A week by the grip The changeable weather has af fected general health and have been busy Dr Barbed Wire Liniment 50C and 100 sizes Ever bottle guaranteed by Jar vis Williams There is a new order of things and some folks find it impossible to adjust themselves to the surround ings It is likely that there will be a large circuit court crowd m town next Monday and during the fol Ipwing three weeks we will entertain many visitors Even the deepest moss back is bound to confess that the is developing along all desirable lines and some of the worst knockers have actully joined the procession Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and fur are answered promptly The charges are Mr A H Clarke of Lynchburg Va will preach here next Sunday at the Presbyterian church both and evening services being held and the public is cordially invited Dr Beverly Martin who has been located at Bremen has permanently located in this city for the practice ot his profession and for the has his office with Drs non Koontz He has many friends here anti is awelcoine ad dition to ranks will say want Clem Teeth andexamined 30 you Ion avenues I 1 court in 77 7 udf the r L and s cents is the Cox 5c Eorsale 4 morning present D hari 0 7 l tI t and dying watts Con rctt i city r r Roarh and combinations doctors town reasonable S the professional lurks New The new hearse for TheJ L Roark Es tate arrived the latter part of last and has attracted much and fa vorable comment The vehicle was built tQ order on designs submitted by Orlcn L Roark and every late feature Is Incor porated The order was placed early last September and It has required that time for construction and finishing full six months fbeing required for the painting French Silver Grey Is used In the decorat ing and the soft tasty color has praised above all other features This Is the first car of this color In this territory but they have been In use In the northward fast many years and are growing to be the most used car everywhere now Two sets of wheels one with rubber and ork with steel tires make available for city and country use The concern wU also keep Us black car In Service and that vehicle overhauled and repaint ed The firm Is to be commended for Its uptodate and equipment AtteHtNM Coarates of 6 A R The comrades of j N Post No 17 G A R will meet in Greenville on May to important business with the Decoration day exercises to be held on May 30 All members are specially urged to be present r H C McCuALKEK Comdr Rev O A Baibee Rev G B McDonald and Mr G W Eaves are attending the Oweiisboro Pres bytery which is in session at Pleas ant Ridge Uncle Bobby Davts colored an inmate of the diedthere last Sunday mormrtg from ef fees of old age Burial on the farm Monday Concrete men have been under suspension on account of a lack of Portland cement Sup plies are on the and the good work will be rushed along See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he highest cash prices The Milling C L js rushing to completion its officeami sample building twhichifl prove a great eJScje Tnafiie conduct of business A Mrs 2nirs1 s creek last Sunday after a short ill ness from whooping cough was at Johnson graveyard Modday A good set of natural teeth is ten times stronger than false ones dont forget your teeth until it is too late but take tHis warning Sec Dr Bray for guaranteed dental works Roarks new silver grey funeral car received last week has drawn the attention of hundreds of peo pIe and is recognized the finest vehicle of this class that has been put in service in this section Rev Clarke will begin a series of evivul services at the Bantisfchurch m the evening of the ipth inst He is a forceful speaker and will be re membered by our people as he a revival service here spine years ago Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs1 Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish your money refunded The LaDell Fox Concert Co appear here next Thursday and nights at the opera house This company has been here before arid pleased our people fully as all are artists and havea program Rev H A Muhaftey in the Southern Bapl t theological seminary at Louisville occupied the pulpit aV the Baptist church here Sunday morning and and delivered two earnest addresses to large audiences See the automatic chairs at Rq arks furniture store There cr been anything tike theta here Mr W h Powell of Drakcsboro and Miss Katie Browning of Cent rat City were united in marriage here at 3 oclock last Thursday af ternopn at the home of Rev GVB McDonald who performed the mony a few friends attending i Mrs Peter Vincent Sr died of consumption at her home c r at 4 oclockTuesday after an Ulncai year and a half from this dreswjjnisease Interment was at the Vincent graveyard near Depoy yesterday afternoon fHer husband and three children survive t J Frlteral tar weep attention the car methods Paxton transact connected 0 i was t aril p t ron 1 vr t M 14 bah of r i tai Dukes dIed at Home on J9 g t I J a 1i t I r i I i or 7 I j de1ig stud l1t eve ing has k 1 t t afternoon I 4 t I bee R shaving y t poorhouse Y the tern nr r nave i pays Greenville r room conk i their rowing their r r BurialS sty s 4- y conducted ti will Friday t musicala Y 9 r nevt ereS near Mer a s tit ROARK Furniture Wsxllpa per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes pper Slippers Vavilts v II T I JJ rr t d tAI aiii 1x D t r fT tpr t k rat rage isin ec ion I FAM FETR1GG REGISTER ROCKroTDIA SOLICIVED f 1 iE- r i ta t l J II v OflCliP b BY- t e cok c5povnZUcr ICopyrlcht 1903 by American Asso ciation This matter must not be re prlntta without special permission TESTING THE SEED CORN To grow n goof crop of corn one imtrtt haw first n rich soil In whirl to plant tho seed A second condition equally Important Is nmh seltHtlon and tutting of tin HCIH as will elim inate In the jirvatrst degree jHislltle weak malformed or Infertile kcr eels The Kcnrrnl test used by so tuuny may slump wlh fair acturary what per tent of the kernels of u glv t natuple of shelled corn will prow lint it slvcs absolutely no light on the raoMt lmiM ram point In such test x the elimination of those ears from which the oor seed wets taken The new method of testing the Individual ears still there are KCVITU ways of rtoluir it ha this chief polut in its vor that when the test Is ready for Inspection a glance at the kernels of n uuro In tLe testing box correspqud lag to a given car shows at whether kernels have sulDelont vitality to Justify the use of the ear for1 send The Iloldeu testing box tins been described In these notes before need not be given again nuttier device which Is excellent surd for which a potent been Issued l an upright nuk eqtilfipetl wlib a series of little metallic testing busts lugs utuHizh to accommodate thc or six kernels of corn and attached to a ftpiko or html by meant of which they ore secured to the car from which kernels are taken Ordinary soil or Vawdust Is used to cover the kernels which sprout under about thee same conditions na they would out of doors In weather Th special meth od by which the need Is Is not 110 Important as that both sides of nu Ler Inctodlug middle top and butt gHld b tested tool that It should ISvc deflnUe data of the vitality and f wd quality of each ear that Is to be j l for need Any other method Is V YHpcbbd And lu the end unprofitable I CITY PITFALLS There are nit kinds of schemes devices perpetrated by city scalawags for separating the residents of rural communities from their hard earned dollars This Is bad and blameworthy as far n It goes but It Is not to b mentioned In the same day of the week with that trade which Is plied by devils In human form In the renter of populations when they use nit blandishments In their power to de Jude the country girl and separate her from that which Is HO dear an Hftf Itself her honor nnd purity Such men and women ought not to be al lowed exist Rut they do and as long they do It Is well for the country hums not to be misled by allur lag and enticing advertising announce ments whieh give promise of largo salaries at easy work for nil country girls who will go to the city and make Inquiry at such and such n Time only Wife course to follow It a girl wishes to sock employment In n large city H to secure advice tom a thoroughly reliable friend of the faint ly who Is acquainted with time condi dons Acting on this suggestion will often Ktvc IwartacJjp heartbreak and it blasted life FEDERAL GRAIN INSPECTION Much Importance Is attached by sprain growers of the country to the Mrtcombcr bill pending In congress which provides for the federal Inspcc thin of nil grain It t thought that in charge of front 3T to 75 cents per car will cover the cost of and grading which will ronslgmmmt f grain and remain as Its standard utttl disposed of As things are now there seem to be as many different standards of Judging na tbetv are tacit anti markets no attempt at uniformity Sharpers In the grain buying centers take rid vantage of this situation buying of the fanner na n given grade and selling It to n thjl4 without touching as n grade higher thus client far the grower out of a margin Pf fcoUt to which he Is In nil jostle rlgbtr entitled The bill means mere ly a K deal for the parties most Interested and should become a law A SEN8I3LE OUn5 One level beaded firmer CARW clime to our nttcntton the other day desiring to locate ultimately In the west Isms sold hit holding In the Mis sissippi valley nail has rented n nmol farm for n year near n good market town In VnHhIngtiu nod will move there at once Ills Idea U that In way be will have abundant opportuni ty to look around discount where noe enmiry the undue elalmn of ovcrseal Otis land IxMimers see things without bias or pressure nod utter having done this make his choke of n location In the many Important respect Which should be taken Into account t nearest to Ids liking It will to carry out this plan all around satisfaction which will te derived will tb H cpiiipeosatB fat tlt tort n I frees t n Q h has te i t r r l S fo t 4 I to nil r I it i I J 4 I o It tRam I a s hlb coa- tImtthhtt but- T the J 3 lit 4 J a 4 J J 1 II r I t all far- r once Iu rind they x prams ted wt t t and- S h ly placer t r itSS inspections 5 ls aril arty I r Y 0In who Ye a list r r E v more 1 a- wka t7 4 s DACK TO NATURE THOU FAKSHl No you shouldnt let lousy old clucka Hay Htepmothcr to your pretty turkey poults No sense r cents lu It Illddys too kind to them She Just olnga nil day Ouue ard up ymir little turkey tkiuinl nod she Just turns things upside down to keep them stntlbw trout morn till night Silo them to the cunicrlb the en eimfeetloncry and they stuff with yellow pellets tlat pulnt yellow spots on their little livers anti they resign sine die She steals across the barn floor Into ire granary They gorge In the grain bins and become has beens What a scavenger she is What a dirty tablecloth What filthy food she spreads before those sweet vlml delicate poults She scratches down In the lousy red mite dirty microbe hencoop anti raises cloud of germ dust over her tender charges In the filthy rid rat hole hogpen where the hugs nail rats get om It the microbes dont she digs up hill and In the oozy germ breeding tiara yard she roots like a hog to turn tip decayed vegetable matter rotten ex aril wrlgpllug death dealer for the poor little birds anti then rites them to drlnl tins the horrlhl barnyard pools where the dunghlller hens drink In port f their pure rush farm eggs that change so quickly to rots anti Now do you wonder that scientists have found time breeding place of tlu deadly blackhead imrasite that de I I IItt e maggots h pots fill pleads chi It crcnu tit s BACK TO KATnOB stress the turkey In the digestive tract of the dunghill hen Go to the ant tbou sluggard go back to the turkey reverscr natureNo faking In the turkey coop Mother turkey lays her eggs on time tall fragntntftras nud babies open their wondering eyes not In n lanes nest under n scabby legged old cluck but on Gcds pure bright beautiful world Mother turkey never stuffs her turk lets She slimes for you to stuff When you wslj them to eat more she trills them away to the green lulls nnd vales Hint where delicious turkey food abounds There drinking from crystal rills wandering cool woods flow ery meadows sail fruitful orchardr- i they gather tho i dainty titbits that help to snake them the beautiful vljr- j orous fowls the Creator Intended them to be DONTS Dont Imagine because youve won a your away up Many a sup the cup and the tiptop stuff your hens all day and ex pect them nil to lay Make them scratch for n living as you do Dont neglect to tame your fowls Cruelty Is foreign to n true fancier and friendliness counts everywhere get mad if others differ with you its n sign of n kink In your think Dont run that incubator In your barn nor have your brooder lu among mites and lire Dont raise Leghorns for market flu taking Big breeds for fattening feeds Dont expect nn prdcr from every In rjuiry nor wn fp your waller on long business letters Dont strain yourself to birds to cranks It matters not you get no thanksDpnt think because severe winter Is hard on fowls that warm weather Is not n disease breeder Dont let those young turkeys run In the fllhy barnyard nor expect squabs to develop In dirt Dont feed much cork in tit sum mer Outs and wheat for grains add bnu and old mush fcr gains Dont crippled chickens m r eyed roup victims In your pcjis It spoils the picture Dont have n beautiful farm and flock of spotted culls They dont match Dont advertle thororghbreds tilde part f your stock That loots fishy Dont have n beautiful cut and a large display ad It to pay f you sell what Is had Dont worry alxmt time trouble of oar leap ahead to seem some future sorrow Foon will cosmic the set ting sun anti your work will not be dope thpn ycqH bo und d wiser you might have bi PH sand and glad Wont forgot that iirntnpsp and ills patch In shipping gain n cunComPrP approval FIIP Hurtle well sent make the hest advertisement Dont tall to change drinking water the brooders ofton The heat makes It staleDont hay large quantities of crack ed corn except for Immediate uso It heats and molds 4 Len thou t1rthuut the Her Dont sell lone nude llt In a 3ci tc1 dL r 1 Ji ij 1 pure mmnn flowers pretty tit nl cup between Dims the bias keel rim tomorrow 0 I 9 if ar CLEANING THE HARNESS Method of a Horseman For Making time Leather Look Like New Nearly nil farmers liverymen null other concerns use linrne have n many donning the same lull In my experience of thirty years and trying various ways the following Is the best and win keep the leather frccfrom ummlnx writes n horseman In the Breeders Ourctte Chicago should In thoroughly once a yonr nail tilled preferably In the spring Take the harness all apart and soak the parts in n washtub of lukewarm water with n handful of washing In It Lot the harness soak for fifteen or twenty minutes tuen scrub the parts with an ordinary scrubbing brush on a board When tin leather Is nearly dry use edge blocking Got half a gallon from any harness maker If you cannot get it then take half n gallon of vinegar mull put pieces of Iron In It for three or four days until thu Mold Is n deep golden color CJlve time leather a good coat of the fluid When it dries blue take a cotton cloths and rub the harness thoroughly after which take n quart of nontsfnot oil and half n pint of kerosene Mix and warm and then give time leather two coats using the oil freely When the oil hors dried In thoroughly sponge with white cast lie soap Use the Im ported soap as the domestic line not time right kind of oil In It Harness treated In way can be made to look like new by running a harness makers prinking wheel over the stitching Harness can then ue kept looking well by going over It fre quently with the cnstilc soap and sponge ROUND EARNS Some of the Advantages Claimed For These Structures While round barns are not numerous In this country those who own them claim they have many advantages over the square ones The Illustration train Lisa Breeders Gazette Chicago shows a round barn on a successful Vermont dairy farm The barn Is ninety feet in diameter having stan clitoris on the ground floor for nbmu seventylive hondo A round silo holding nearly 400 tons extends from the ground to the roof under the cupola There are no except those supporting the floor above the cows so nothing Is In the way when storing hay catcd behind the road leading to the I t of SOl lit fllo ppi 1 bait nays Ito rue cleaned this crossbeams ataru ir rrrasuuG upper doors Economy y A HOUND runx per and convenience In feeding rre claimed for this style of A Washington dairyman who has erected a round barn says of It The advantages I find In a round barn are ninny The main ones are first ecou only of labor In getting feed to the cows second 10 per cent more space for material required third n more equal division of light mind fourth a more uniform temperature anti purity of atmosphere and last but nut least a round burn Is the only one that Is tornado proof Al v PUP who contemplates building n round barn should secure the ice of a good builder who has built a round barn before or one who Is fa with higher mathematics as ap plied to building Tubercular Cows rho presence of tuberculosis Is gen crallj considered as something that will only Impair the value and of milk and cream Dairymen not to have recognized tits fact that tuberculosis shortens the llfo of the cow null reduces the profits In to standing of disease A tu bercular cow canuot be made an eco nomical pr an abundant producer This la n point upon wbjcjj dairymen may well give attention To protect jm self against tuberculosis the dairyman must protect others The obligation pf one mon to another will not justify lisp maintenance of tubercular cows When Inbreeding U Practiced It Inbreeding is to be practiced It would be better to use only n part of the herd Then If time results are not what are looked for the teat of tho llPFd rcmrtlus to carry on the former line of breeding Tlip breeding herd Is n swift moving tide of life nnd the character of thu entire herd will change In five years although Individ uals live for years If one entire sen sou Is a failure U leaves a gap which js harsh to fill P A Campbell Univer sity pf Par of the Colt It is Just as Important to water tb Potts regularly every day ns to feet regularly in order to keep them thrifty condition Have tilt fret of unshod colts lev Pled nt least onco a mouth with rasp unless animals get exerclsi on harp ground see that time feel tire kept wel rounded and the toes tint ton Inn A lump if park salt should be kepi In the manner of every animal of the horse klud I barn I In I n t ir 1 J 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