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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j l fI itl xI ii Record Advertiing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The is sure of returns Get our rates IlIJU ditiiiEe investment Kentucky Will Be There Seattle April 9 Kentucky will participate m the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition at Seattle this summer and is prepared to make a creditable showing at the great Pa cific exhibition Edward M Flex ner chairman of the Kentucky commission recently by the governor is in to make arrangements for partici pation at the fair While it will not be possible for Kentucky to under take anything in the way of a state building or very much in the line of a very large state exhibit funds be ing raised by private subscription and by the aid of izations throughput the state assure excellent representation at Seattle for this grand old commonwealth of the south Commissioner Flexnpr is arrang ing for space in one of the large ex hibit palaces on the grounds and Kentuckys display will no doubt i be given a prominent location in the agriculture building This structure has a frontage on the Cas r cades and Geyser basin the central ornamental features of the fair The v space will also provide a room to I be used as a headquarters for visit it By the tint the Kentucky exhibit reaches Seattle the fair will be com plete to the smallest detail On March i the exposition was more than ninety five per cent complete and thousands of workmen are now busily engaged in completing a few remaining buildings and adding the finishing touches to the landscape features The exposition is how it called the fair that is ready in Seat 1 tIe for all of the larger exhibit buildings are complete and the government is just completing a tgroup of handsome structures at the head of the Cascades Uncle Sam has provttisJ a large euYftl wclii u i alace Jo house the ments at Washington and separate structures for Alaska Hawaii Philippines and the fisheries and departments On the shores ot Lake Unionx the govern meat is building a life saving sta tion t y The states of Oregon and Cali forma have given the exposition two of the most beautiful buildings on the grounds the Dominion of Canada is completing a handsome structure Near this building the Grand Trunk railroad has erected a building tp show a fine line of min and agriculture exhibits and New York is now completing v a replica of Sewards old home near I exposition is being held on the campus of the University of Washington and when the fair comes t to an end the university will fall heir to a large number of the buildings Seven are of a per r manent nature fire will make a fine addition to the present group of university buildings j Among the larger structures to r by the University will be the auditoriuin fine arts womens Artic Brotherhood forestry machin cry and the Washington state build ings There is a move on foot to acquire the California building t and make it a permanent structure I for the use of the university as well i as several other buildings at the T I Taken Alaska Yukon i Pacific Exposition iSgomg to be the most beautiful ever Thefair has been built in the very heart of a natural forest and there is a T display of natural beauties pn every hand The landscape artists out thousands of trees 4- ir shrubs and flowers in every nook fc and corner and when the gates open June i the visitors Hp Seattle will behold a vctiable fairyland Dr Coxs Wire Inniment or and relieves pain in a minutes For by Jarvis Williams r Anemia Anemia from a Greek vord meaning want of blood two iji kinds primary and secondary The w f primary anemias so called be- jj as yet science has not discovered their direct cause and C until this is done it is necessary to e ff ij i Seattle commercialorgan i i t fw ztjrfrom tb dII rt thc blograph and AuburnThe exposition proofand betaken now fair wonderful i resetting t 1 t Barbed birt 41 ser few isof tj exposition appointed era state over y altogether held does sal S are cause medical h g I t M D8 J W BARLOW CrOWD and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices Office upHtalrd In the Jonca Building GrcenylUe Ky DR T J SLATON FMiyttlclnn and Ofllcc MalncrosB street near Main street CAM HOWARD HOWARD GRAY I AWYBRSla Green Balldbf oppotltetaHeade hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH V Office at Home Eat Street Telcpliono No 78 We Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Millet Cow Peas Soja Beans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tato and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Ucans Garden Peas all kinds Garden Field and Flower seeds Land Plaster and Fertilizers Write us for prices and State what you want NASHVILLE 215 Second North NASHVILLE TENN TIlE RATE TO CHICAGO 1ENJCED ftloiioir Route Announces NcvSclidjiite of Fares Onc Way noel Jrrp The Monon Route tat Si2r iu nd trip g rl thirty days returning instead of Si 6 Patrons ire offered exceptionally good vice by the Mnnon which on night trains from Louisville operates Com partmcnt and Drawingroom Pull mans as well us the usual straight The flay trains have Par lor and Doting cars and the very finest new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN Anything you in rending matter no difference can be promptly supplied by this office Typewriter ribbons carbon supplies and repairs otalL nt this office Very Serious a very serious matter to asls r for one medicine and havo the wrong one jjivan you For this reason we urge yotr in buying to be careful to get the BUCKDRAUGHT n Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble for constipation in digestion and liver trouble is established It docs not imitato other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a ale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN F DEKAiaiLU KANSAS CTTY MO Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies qf all kinds and trade in any branch DENTIST lb WADE N Office Main ctOS i SI3I3DS SEED CO Avenue announce itviWhcnc fort tt ioi ser sle per mol rn Ky s 17 where published I kips genuIne firmly I I solicits l I t3tlr con GRAY t samPles f lieu 11tckcts Ur Acn- w v bst eI uEas iurmcrl aad want 1 it I I IF REVOLVING hEAVY IRtwaAetLt1 warn FOq PRIr 5 a D i ttOtJJ 11 1 11 ireeflvme liar iLe GROCERY CO i ter The most practical chair that has yet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like it ever seen here Call and have a look to take for your femalo troubles because ve are surd it will help you Remember that this great iemalo remedy j has brought relief to thousands of i other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains femals weak ness many havo said It Is the i medicine to take Try It I i Sold in TIUs City R Wallpaper in endless variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE We Ask Yout Cud I I RDUImfl B t I but t 1oJ i3 prices S as I Muhlenberg County j is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in for investment ofcapital and pluck f it j j rC r- rr Kentucky VOL XI NO 11 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 22 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE iw t recognize and treat them as diseases in themselves When the reason for the condition is found out then the anemia which is really only a symptom of some disease and not a disease in itself will be called sec ondary instead of primary The principal forms of primary anemia arc chlorosis pernicious anemia and lenkamia Chlorosis generally attacks young girls in the early teens It is not very well un derstood but seems to be a of poor blood formation rather than of blood destruction Its treat ment is simple consisting in fresh air good food and the administra tion of some form ot iron The re sults arc prompt and with a little cats a perfect state of health be established Pernicious anemia is another mat ter It attacks adults both men and women and is almost newsy fatal The victims of this form of anemia arc often well clothed in flesh and look robust Further more their symptoms are in many cases mistaken for those of kidney or heart trouble paralysis disease of the liver and so on until an ex amination of the blood establishes a diagnosis Leukamia means literally white blood In this condition the red blood cells arc greatly diminished The course of leukamia is a great that of pernicious anemia and calls about the same treat meat complete rest in bed good air and food plenty of sunshine and the administration of some form of arsenic Secondary anemia always be traced to some definite cause such as rapid loss of blood from a wound resulting in a condition of so acute anemia the loss from honor rhages from the lungs in is or the depletion of the blood from poisoning The in system result tion while or hemorrhages cause itby blood loss More than half the blood in the body can be lost death re sulting When this occurs in a hitherto healthy person from a wound for the immediately sets to work to bring the blood back to its the condition of the acute anemia gradually yielding day by day as the body makes up its loss There is an anemia of the caused by a Uict deficient m blood building materials or by inferior cooking such as the habitual frying of Disinfecting has been done by Rqark all over the county and calls from near and far are answered promptly The charges arc reason able Seiteice1 Serawss You cannot lead men into truth by tricks Sorrows piew cuts furrows for joys harvests never lift up with i two fingers the duties we leave undone that work our undoing No man ever followed a truth far without finding a task No hatred is so cruel as that whichis based on conscience Unfitness for death does not es tablish fitness for heaven One does not acquits a forgiving spirit by practicing on himself Sin has many machines but sel fishness is motor for them all The highest exhibition of religion may come in the lowliest The chJirch is sure to be only foolishness to those who go there as fans Much of our reasoning is a blot ting staw by shutting our eyes J t The breadth a life depends on how much of the its heart v Its no use Inviting folks to the heavenly way when walk as if it were all thorns To pray to be delivered from our trials would be to seek escape from our triumphs boris ail kinds office condition ma de l like for cat cal cd tub rculos poison the 4 a elj i uS SAnett1ri bl wound without severe example sstem normalamount poor meat our brother ts of you Vrfier pap r sup pli b I t frgtnp d by odx destrl1 the You can the deeds out of the world ttekes into ri etc of at this t The Youths Companion for 1909 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 So Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in in a Score of PrDfcssions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories StrYrics Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 Notes On Current Events Recent Discov cites in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli ticts and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inimitable Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor and Select ed Miscellany The Weeekly 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 ada will receive free all the issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar tor 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded For salt by Jarvis Williams New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ice place this office in position to command your jolx printing ftiuttS Business Humorous Up to Date Anecdotes ArtI- cle It jli Y 07iitn d remaining on a Wallpaper deal The man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good M to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being doneCome in to see us first or last time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you values arid enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK ESTATE furniture lUlatlpnver TnnOcctaKers GREENVILLE KY Constipation B iod sweet Apples with soma people trimprompt roliiif for Constipation With othtira seam the sumo effect Nature undoubtedly hm vegetable rvmedy to can but find Nnttiruit witty to hrtilth Ann this la strikingly true to CYutrtlpntlon The lark of a certain tree In Cns Samxda oflern a mmt excellent aid to thli end Hut combined with Senna Slip peril Elm lead Solid Extract of Poses etc CUscnm bark 1 given Its greatest posslblo power to correct cotutliui tion A toothsome Tiibl t railed U now made at the Dr Snoop Enboratorlft from thus Ingenuous and most effoetlvo prescription lu effect on Oonstl Illllou nf Sour Stomach Dad fallow Complexion etc U prompt no unpleasant alter effects are ex perienced and LaxcU atu put up in beautiful omothln now nice economical and Goethe try a box of LetsALL DEALERS JJE per t a relieve If phllwu I tbl tf n ano metal boxes at b cents and 25 per box or 1 s s h is any t t Wlust knowfttr man e n Lax eta 4 newt con KING OF THROAT AND LUNG REMEDIES M f MWW FEUCKVerr MthC- manUUd tntt MUr nd cheaper th n oettlnr Krilvfnr t Ul t faU tin ot fooe e lot alt BALI reset co D it A m KUIM city va nc Iir C M 8 Nix wing DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone a aholfh and description our opinion na Invention tlonintrictlrroniliioiitml HANDBOOK cent free Olilcit t nt 1ntonu taken tnrouch iluim Co tpecial notice without charge la tho AhAnrt HIuKtrnlod wccklr Ijirecst cir culation of nnr vriuiiilUa Tina 3 a year fmir months U tkJldbyull Branch omco C5 V Bt AT D C CURE THE OUHG5 WITH Dr Kings New Discove TRADE may t on lnUmt IIUCU 1 receive i Rln ifan KILL THE COUOH I AMp Mnnts ending en ummutdca news h nlera- o 36ltirosdrray ew ar tea F08 cOLDS PRICE too Cattle Free 1oa TfI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES OR HONEY RSTTJNDED TAKE THE RFCORD Sic GUARAl1TEJD I5ATISFA OB1 un h DR KINGS DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS CURES THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SONS UFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trwMe Wtdoctored some monthq without improvement Then I giriirDr Kings Discovery and I soon noticed A change for tie kttttrI kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my soa isperfectly well and works every day MRS SAMP RIPPEE Ara Kt SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists 50c AND 100 i r 0 NEW ALL AID Hf t Sf I 1 tew t Women Suffer much needless when they using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has found relieve headache backache in the side dizziness aristog from deranged organs It does morei i 11 ten to that it cured them ffm Mrs SlarreH Jifaiibn Fla wiitia me after doctors and elect had failed Ihad bees iMffer with numb spells over since I was 16 years day Idecided to take Inave now taken 5 bottles ad I can ay that it has cured me I advise all suffering to Cardai a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered Have Do TOO to But why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES i V 1 1- t 1 11 vj totd than used yomot sa TAKE Help tlC i Ul c L ciT t L N ain r man b CARD la I t II Will You t r qatnna e i old Olds women 1 The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers undertakers has aided to its equip the undertaking department Francis Engraving Machine as This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spitit of the management in providing equipment generally considered necessary ouly in the larger cities With this machine the firth will now be able to ndividually engraved casket name plates Instead of the stamped stock patters usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of f T iuca plates the people of this codnty will receive them absolutely without extra lost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has tee i the1 show window of the firm for some its beauty the perfect work it 4o aavebeen admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character cam W engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has the only practicing lIcensed embalmer in the county a fine fuatral largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch it the stunt study of the management and the appreciation sIiowB by the pub ie has caused still deeper and greater determination on the Put of the concern to gfv constantly improving service and pn the most favorable basis With this i view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of aay the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all public is givem a speciaU Invitation to call at any time and SM tkc Eoachlne vi lJirnutin lEugrahiUg i At l il meat to illutiatci f r supply t 1 i f 1 0 0 tad L 1tiSt v icir i if con t r l1rll i t Irt t 3J1tr1itii z z Ss days and Z generous j character arid t The y ii TTS Iaas n w t + Ckfttra iMfiRttMB- Diarrhoea Dysmfery Mdtfe Bowel Troupe f CMUr ef Jtny Jte Dljwtiwi the BowckSktMih arts the Child rind MAKES ier Awe T THING Caro I L c tarts 1 ZASY 25s at DrB gists tr mail 5c to C j SlOFFElT N Iwis inMother Hesitate rio the h lth andyour as thousands have dono giving tk 9 uowcltYECTMtNA Is vastly slveif and quickly counteracts and v comes tho erects summers cJtffdr9 DSt 1 but Savo clriid ofthe f tlI Costs 011 2 f lifer et y An Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS OMEN KICK resident OKIKN L ROAn Secretary OKIBN EDITOR LanaDhtnnce Telephone Ko 72 Office In new nnurjc reur of more tri i mi l dour 50 CENTS m YEAR lit ADVANCE T8KMC The prior of puiirr U in Ailmnvr and wlirn tin tli mm to whlcti It I paid the papa will hr topped Card of th nk niitlrrit etc If not Ihnu ten linen will l r published tree A of AT per line will lttC linn of this rule to AIIJOP frn ample copies will be mailed Adrp rtUetnent will be Inserted A rnte card will be fnrnUtied on request Adrireftn alloommtinleAtlon And make all re MltUneen payable to IreenTille Ky THURSDAY AP8IL 22 WW Metered at the Or enTllle Ky poMofllee an ecoud A B matter ANNOUNCEMENTS rnn Minntrr We err AntWhed to announce WALTEU O KIMSIEL rnndlriAte for Sheriff of MnhlenberR county subject to the action of the Republican party Inn emcriT roinr ctcnx We are authorized to nnnonnce C 8 CUUD candidate for reflection to the office of Clerk of the Mnhlenl rjr Circuit Court subject to the action uf the RepubUcau party ron COUXTT copnr ctrnK We are authorial to Announce F n rKvis candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk of Mulilcnberjj county sub sect to the action of the Republican party We are authorlied to Announce OEO M YORK A Candidate for reelection to the office of Jailer uubject to the action of toe Republican party Death if Br Ruric N Roarlr Our citizens were greatly shocked telegram announcing the death of Pro R N Roark at the Good Samaritan Hospital Cincinnati at aooV Wednesday He had been there for about three months under treatment a sufferer from a general breakdown due to over work While it was understood here that his condition was serious the announcement of his death caus d sudden and general sorrow Dr gt MjJaudihrapic T Roarkr HTs IS t i Oct 22 fgioSj and ZJz a week later his mother passed away In his death the entire fam ily is removed in Jess than six months Dr Roark lived here un ill the fall of 1879 when after the school course here and having taught one or two school terms in the county he ent to Lebanon Ohio where in 1881 he graduated with honors from the National Normal University For some years he taught in the in 1882 marrying Miss Mary Creegan who had been a stu dent and who also graduated from the university He returned to Kentucky in 1885 establishing the Glasgow Normal School and for ears wag at the head of that institution when he was elected dean of the pedagogical department of dhe State University at Lexington remaining there for seventeen years rhea he moved with his family to Worcester Mass where he did special work and pursued particular studies in Clark University for a year When the State Normal Schools were established he was w lected as president of the eastern cchool located at Richmond where lie remained until his death all these years he did a vast amount of work and study travel parts of the country in In work lecturing attending and national conventions and in general d era awl as a plat term speaker In addition to this Ae was author of several books the better known being Psychology in Education Economy in Educa tion Method in Education and General Outline of Pedagogy vwWch had a wide general sale nod are adopted text books in states He was the most prominent figure in the Kentucky educational field and a national character in his chosen line of work His body vas laid ito iresi at Richmond Friday ifteraoon and thuusands of people alf parts of the state gathered to show their sorrow His widow wad four children Crecgan Ray tf aodj Eugene and Kathleen sur Mrs Ruark is highly educat d uul having natural talents and Jiarbe vRxfc 44n to direct the school Hon V Thomas is hcrc fon Washington on a stay of a few days diitiidirJg to some matters raII THE REt RD runwIl6u TIUnllATII UT a bl otJltUlr longer ehar bt UKCOnD PRESS II a Yon bra J 1 May 19 1859 I4 tIlcd jusT completing j lour i f During inKS atitttte U cc man from 1ItM nd 01 the rm iRe v C T 1 i1firr r G 1 IiI oARK thee JAILER last Roark was born here asryas the unl child of tat lather university all state Was4 have 1 v Yet c b Business r rt Z a rf School Bonds Are Voted At the electron held last Saturdny on the question ot voting J 12000 bonds fur the improvement of high school building the returns showed 31 6 as the issue while 34 taxpayers voted against it From the start thc voting was very much onesided and was done with a rush the entire vote practically having been cast by 10 oclock The streets weie filled people all the day everyone being inter ested in the matter and a feature was the large number of who marched the streets wearing ribbon badges and euro ing posters banners etc singing as they marched It is hoped the of the vote may be so benefici al that the last vestige of opposition will be removed us the city and district certainly arc in need of n more modern and commodious bundling suited to the growing pop ulation Dont loose sight of the toe counter at Urizendines Roads have been pretty badly by the rains this week Orders placed with Friels pho tographer will be delivered in a week Mr C M Howard and wife were in Louisville a few days this week Mrs I F Swallow and children of Bessemer Ala arrived the latter part of the week on a visit to the family ot Mr W G Duncan and other relatives Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Jessie Buchanan of Cincin anti and Miss Catherine Torrence of Monmouth Ills arc visitors of Mrs A W Duncan Mr R C McCracken award ed the contract for the concrete pavements walkways and fence in and around the court house and will soon begin the work This will add vastly to the beauty of court square LtlctfFix Ctfcert ft pany g night in this city to an audience omposed of the best musical and literary people in Atlanta The en tire audience were ot one accord regarding the ability of these per formers Miss Marietta LaDell the entertainer delighted us two easons ago This year she has with her Mr Gcargc Fox Canadas foremost violinist and Miss Bertha Crawford a lyric soprano with such an amazing range as to make her low notes sound like an organ Mr Fox is a genius and his playing last night was exquisitely beautiful Too much praise cannot be given this choice attraction Atlanta Ga Constitution Mr and Mrs Daniel Kelley at their home on east street are entertaining their first born a girl which came Monday to brighten their home Mother and childarc getting along nicely Good bargains can be found at all times on Brizs roc Mr V H Bard wife and son Morton who have been in New Mexico for some months returned home Wednesday morning The entire family may leave for the west but the matter has not been definite ly settled Dr Barbed Wire Liniment 25c 500 and 100 sizes Every bottle guaranteed Eor sale by Jar yis Williams Mr John A CJqodman for many years clerk of the circuit court in Todd and known to many of our people Is an interested visitor here at court and an enthusiastic admix er of our fine court hopse and the town in general Wallpaper at 5 cents per combinations of sidewalls border and ceiling ut Uoarku Read the article by Kothcrt in this issue It is the first of a ser ies on Murphys Lake Its people history traditions etc and con a part of the county that has heretofore had little attention al have been the most prominent pioneers their descend ents now our best citizens This Series will prove equally interesting w h tifF flfjjcr series Mr Rothert J favoring with results washedagain selections was j 1 c ort eir c ertSlas Maincross counter Cox rolland I thouJth its men Jla l 7 y oily schoolchildren f ite LaDellEox YaColtcert Coas a S ill r terns SViJtte t MURPHYS LAKE AND ITS TRADITIONS IN CHAPTERS OTTO A ROTIIERT CIIArrail ISuim rionevr fjiiMliimrkt of the Old Mlwrty NiljiliborlHHMl and the Iljior Pond I Ivor Country CHAPTKU II The Lake and KB BiirromidliiK- SGIIUTHK III Tradition of trio Luke CHAVTBIt IVTlio LfRtsnd Of tew Allnn Hill CHAPTER I Murphys Lake and its neighbor hood is a well known locality es pecially to the many fishermen who frequent the place and invariably return with a long string of new fish stories It is also a section of that ofiers the geologist botanist archaeologist nnd local historian a field of interesting research Ever a poet would find Murphys Lake and its surrounding forests and hills the of many inspirations- In fact I am sure that any no matter in what direction his taste may lun can enjoy a visit to this region of the Pond River country The hospitality of its people like that displayed in all the other parts of Muhlenberg is unbounded I was the guest of J N Stivers and Norris H Carlton and their families during my stay there Murphys Lake is in Muhlenberg county some twelve miles south west of Greenville The territory between the Court House and Mur phys Lake is rolling and hilly of fering here and there an attractive landscape Glen Stivers and I found it a very pleasant drive Occasionally we noticed consider able of what is known as thin ground While commenting the various degrees of fertility of blob lenberg soils among which the bot tom lands are always considered the best I remarked to Glen Slivers that in places I saw very little of such land along the road leading our destination Glenn then informed me that nearly all these hills were bottom land for the simple reason that since their ferule tops had been nothing now remained but their barren got tom which bottom land was very much in evidence V inrr cdnversauonT on the road from Greenville is the Sharon Baptist church built in 1889 Neal it under a concave bluff is the much frequented Rock Spring Further on is Mt Pisgah church Beyond these arc the ruins of the famous Old Liberty Still further on the same highway are Olive Branch and Greens Since our stop at Old Liberty was only incidental I will refer to the subject but briefly No one spot in the county except of interest to as many of old families of Muh lenberg ag this church and its Unfortunately its history has never been written The original building it is said was put up about a century ago for a Union church house and was then culled New Liberty In the course of time the first log house was replaced by a second and latter by the one which was abandoned some twenty years ago Old Liberty church is now in ruin four tottering lug walls each about zsft long enclosing sunken floor and a caVedin root mingled with broken benches and a pulpit The hewed logs partly shaded by a large white oak show that they had at one time been wel pointed with sand and lime Its four windows and two doors will soon collapse With them will fall the walls and so bye and bye no part of this historic house will be left to mark once famous church Immediately back of the ruins jthaj o fire southwest is the Old Liberty burying ground fn it are POUR country source I CI on toward CI washedoff t Ehe the b1li t 1 t lie Jf t cse Chapel Cane Stationis more present disfigured the ite of the ur and one t along route pw first the graveyard fir EASY TO PUT Qty the myrtlecovered and stone marked graves of many a Martin Lovcll Eadcs Shelton Brothers Luckctt and Jameson Besides thcic there arc showing the last resting place of John A Allison Richmond and Sarah Pace John and Abigail McCracken and many of the other early settlers of the Old Liberty neighborhood This is the largest of the old coun try graveyards in Muhlenberg The largest and best kept of the new country cemeteries is the one at Friendship about five miles south of Greenville and about the same distance east of Old Liberty which was started in the spring of 1883 and now acccording to the record kept by Mrs Susan 1 Metzger contains 180 graves Friendship church however dates further back than its cemetery for the church was established in 1837 The present spacious frame erected in 1893 is the third house of worship built on that site Previous to 1883 the members of that congregation used their own private burying grounds some of begun more than a hun dred years But it is Murphys Lake and the things I heard and saw while in that neighborhood about which to write today The lake was so called after Tom Murphy one of the of that region who set tled near its banks some time during the first of the nineteenth cen tury and lived there until his death in 1865 His three sons James R W Jess and Sam V Murphy still reside in the immediate vicinity Among the old and well known men of Tom Murphys day were Richard Thompson John Swan At kinson Rev Isaac Bard and Joe C Reynolds Richard Thompson died in 1851 leaving no children John Swan Atkinson Vho died at the age of 78 in 1861 was survived by three sons one of whom is the now aged John Swan Atkinson Isaac Bard who died in 1878 was the father of four children the eldest qf whom is Mrs Verona M Larkin the mother of San Bard Larkin Joe C who died at the age ot 74 in 1868 was the father of six children among whom is John T ReyKolds Sr now livingjn Grccn 1 I tin who came here from Virginia They were the forefathers of the Martins now scattered throughout Muhlenberg William Martin the originator of the tobacco manufac turing business in Kentucky was born Dec 13 1776 and died Nov S His brother Hutson Mar tin was born Jan 10 1778 and died July 7 1838 Both are buried at Old liberty Hutsons wife Aunt loan lived Jan 29 1869 She treated many of the sick in the nciyhb irhuod with her own prepar ations made of native herbs and in the meantime acquired the title of Mother Mar of the other pioneers the dates of whose deaths are unknown to me were George O Prowse Jacob Jnibjer Plvinity Grace Na thaniel Green Janob Qgclsby New ton B Keddlck Rev Sam Wilkins Jefferson Rice John Uohen ald Uncle Kirby and Old Man Jails all of whom lived in Tom Murphys day and did much toward the development of this section of the Upper Pond River Country The Greenville Milling Co has bought the lallesl model of the Vis ible Oliver typewriter be placed in its new office building and aid in the dispatch of its business Miss Lizzie Howard IS in charge of the office as stenog rapher typewriter and bookkeeper Give your job printing orders to TilE RECORD You can every day fresh kale tomatoes beets radishes celery lettuce onions new potatoes pie plant at Brizcndines headstones whichwere ago Iwish pioneers ears Reynolds kij Iiifv 1 ihei ll l ttt rtft 185 t in JJ ome Jets Putn tm whichwill growing eJget structure t 1 slsb that m llllintaadRutsO u until AYF OF 1NSURANC The BEST hire Insurance that nay country building can bare is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak It never needs repairs and makes the handsomest long lived roof on the market Insurance Companies recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is used Drop in end see them G M DEXTER CO Agents r t r 5 f lh age i T btiL r UlliJirfiB HOWES rif SHOWS Stables a Ycrhabb llcrse Fair Ken tucfcy Thoroughbreds to the front To select the kind of horses which have given Howes Great London Shows a national reputation for hav ing the finest horses of any show on earth much time intelligence pa tience and perseverance was requir ed For the baqgage and heavy work the 1crcheron type of draft horse was selected and for the races was chosen thirty cleancut Kentucky thoroughbred runners Each ycarnew stock is selected always from the same breeds and those that have been scarred blemished or injured are culled out 1he mating up of the different teams is an object lesson to the eye uniformity of size color and style always predominating When to the beautiful black dapple gray and bay horses is added the cute Shet land pontes it is not strange that the lengthy street parade of the Howes Great London Shows is a most imposing nnd pleasing sight When Howes London Shows ex hibits here citizens will not only find the circus and menagerie worthy of their patronage but they will find that Howes Horse Stables compose a veritable horse fair and they should always be The visitor should not ask what becomes of these horses if they become crippled as they will be displeased with the answer which is that they arc fed to the animals The big show comes to Greenville Saturday May 1 Death of Miss Lei bon After ui illness that for some weeks had confined her to her home Miss Lou Ragon in her 54th year died at 10 oclock yesterday She was a sufferer from tuber culosis and this was the cause of her death Deceased was a devout Christian woman constant in ser vice to her family and friends and an admirable character She by her father sister Miss Willie Ragon Ihtefrhent will be in Evergreen cemetery this following a service by Rev Clarke of the Baptist church of condition of Mr Ragon the service will be conducted at the graveside The family has the deepest of a wide circle of friends L DON morning is ando morning mem m OTrtne teuuuT hippodrome exceedingly visited survived which deceased waR aworths jgaCCO At sympathy Al looking furniture or rk In liquid Yenta to clean wlwloowt wfr tart n Venter can m lied anybody anywhere at any no up There art no CAM no no brushes There are no sticky haw or surfaces Simply moisteR a of cheese wipe off AM CMM it will make cverytUfttf4w bettU 5e 12s kettle 5Qe w ti mnmw a co QI CW 1 There M ft8 or all Js I must afterward the Ntnli f4 as you try V and He SOLD BY 5rMMc ao r4 Mims nit bee b lane and lots would lto list Liquid t Wool Growers UMMI To those who own sheep in Muhl enberg county At Ehzabethtown on the isth inst the wool growers of Kentucky formed a state pool for wool It will be chartered as Wool Growers Union Department No 2 I take this means of requesting every member of the A S of E that has sheep to not sell your wool as you have been doing in past years but put it in the pool You are now already assured 8 to 10 cents more per pound than you were on April 1 Should you fail to see a wool pool please report to me at once the number of fleeces you have and authorize same placed on said contract We want an early report You will please bear in mind that no one will be allowed to enter this pool who is not a mem ber of the A S of E in godd stand ing as this Is strictly an Equity business Respectfully yours- J F Doss Member State Board of Directors Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams contract FREEIf The public is cordially invited to hear Rev Geo W Clark Saturday night on Religion what is it A and Sunday morning on Mothers in Israel All mothers and all who have mothers and their friends invited If you do not know what religion is come Saturday night Sec R C McCracken if you want K concrete work of any kind v- Ivy Belle aged 4 years daughter of Alec and Bert Colley died yes terday at 6 a m of scarlet fever J The child was sick only a few hours w Burial will be at Friendship today v at 2 p m v Mr and Mrs Colley have child which has the fever and is very sick M See the automatic chairs at Ro X arks furniture store There has nev t er been anything like them here r Notice t the Fufclfc If persons living near the street arc any telephone No i or No 248 in case the lights go out will be given immediate attention 1 jn2itf J A OILMAN Mngr r i U i l lampsor personwill d i y are r X another scarlet cab tie matter Revival Services REV GEO W CLARKE OF PARIS KY Will begin a meeting at the Baptist Church MONDAY APRIL 19 Hitill The following subjects will bE discussed in their order beginning wttk Monday night and then Tuesday afternoon and on The Holy Spirit and the Believers Thursday 230 p m Crowning Glories 730 5 Sanctification sj Opportunities V A New Testament Church Saturday 230 p m VReligion What is it Saturday 730 p m v Mothers in Israel Sunday morning Special sermon J The Christ of God Sunday night j VJ Prepare ye the way of the Lord f A Distinguished People The Wrath of God Revival of a Dead Church Walking with God The Relation of Gods Kingdom to the World Whited Sepulchres or Temples of God Which Certainties I am the Way the Truth and the Life New Things PIANO OULL find in buying musical instruments that the greatest our reason offering you Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas Anyone who knows about the men and the factory of Bent of Crown Pianos knows that too good to use in their instrumentsWhenever buy a Crown Piano of us are of satisfied they their tone and last indefinitely We feel in selling them T M MORGAN SON Greenville Ky tireelvilie c p m 1 U ft 5J r 1 JJ J I p HfJi- i Y buyingCompanymakers absolutelycertain verysafe a a u SSc Jesus aeutliu Children t i u rv t Vti I 4 r s is 1 x YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNAS GREEN SEAL PAINT i without doubt the most efficient hpusq paint on the market and is cheapest in the end in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints Only the best materials are used with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where lead alone is used FOR SALE MY c v M CO Greenville Ky 1 O I J I t t C iV ft i7P II 1rMer e DEXTER t F RoYAL BAKING h b A XORTU BOUND XO I J Louisville EzprcH lllSnui 113 Cincinnati Express 154 pot 1W LouUvlIln IW urn 164 Central City Locnl Freight 315pmB- ODTO BOUND HOtil Fulton Accommodation I240p 101 New Orleans Special IPS PHducan 710am Nov 22 1008 WaCuAwrona Agt DOESNT COST MONEY It doesnt cost moue an many HMI POHO To have n p od time on the earth The best of pleanuruftjire free unto thane Who know bow to value their worth The of music the blnlx to us The loveliest flower grow wild The lineal of tlrliTks guHlioa out of the aprlng free to man woman and child No money can purchase no artist can paint Such pictures OH nature supplies For ever nil over to sinner and saint 5Vho use to advantage their eyes Klud words anti glad looks and smllo cheery and brave Cost nothing no nothing at nil And yet nil the wealth Monte Crlsto could save Can mAke no such pleasure befall To bask In the to breathe the pure air Honest toll the enjoyment of health Sweet slumber refreahlnj these pleasures we auF portion of wealth Communion with friends that are tried true and Htrontr To love nod be loved for loved sake In oil that makes u life happy anti long Are free to whoever will take LaDell Concert Co tonight days till the circus comes The wagon has suddenly be come very popular All work finished in a week by Ends the photographer Spring failed to appear the jump being made from winter to summer at one bound You will find at Brizs every thing tight up to the minute and see Concrete men are working so fast that they are having a hard time of it to keep m material For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis Telephone No 189 Coal miners are still enjoying a vacation two days work a week be bIg considered very good Beef hides wanted and best cask prices paid by J E Coombs Co 3tO pm o t oca MeO1 t- IT f Its l Mweeh lIt f 3 t rAnttjt r t 0 f sunshine tacit 0 if25 ice 9 Tr I a r ur sing 4 k ak4 d a Y i s y t s r shares 1r b 11Jtitten lc noId aoPcncdihilv alley e Mi c rt I y t T r J r POWDER jifebft Atfv The finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and are made with Royal Powder and not otherwise Royal ia the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar pastry Baking I c R R LOCAL TIME ARD Strawberries at Bnzcndmcs Rain has been plentiful again this week Dont grunt dont be a your stunt If its books magazines etc get them from this office The weather is not at all to be depended on yet This is cleanup time and every one should get busy Try Fricls the photographer for good pictures and quick service Automobiles are like people the cheap ones are noisy Protect your property by insuring it in the companies represented by C W Roark Boys are eager for jobs as they desire to make circus money Mrs Jennie E Roark is in South Carrolton on a visit to the family of Mr J R Morgan Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices In cash Iond creek was lined with fisher men the latter part of the some good catches were reported The school election Saturday was so near unanimous that really al S is iplcae di pYcc the The Bard property in Greenville tor sale For terms write Mrs M Bard Portageville Mo The new school building will also full part toward the upbuilding and development of the city and surroundings Dr J W Koontz and wife re turned the latter part of the week from a visit to the doctors old home in West Virginia Mr G H Adamson is offering The circus posters are attracting the eyes of the small folks and even the grownups have been seen studying the boards Ckii Teeth to keep good teeth you should have them cleaned and examined twice a year See Dr Bray runtdo u I weekand Lcr sult tr- fF dots settingTelephone I t leel goddry Y hi rand We do care II we do we take the greatest care and BO oat ter whether it is a physicians prescriptiii a family or vet It we take the we iR- ptuidifg We solicit your patronage PHONE 8 It eritary receipt or a mixture fOF on rOIl trees 2 corns tollt11ers Drug Store IJ 0 p A it t q 4 1 1 r 4 4 5 2ever IM A 1 5 4- A ri 4S t- R k killing hugs vie t 4r r tr aft st wry t CIRCUIT COURT The spring term of Muhlenberg circuit court convened here Monday afternoon Judge W P Sandidge on the bench and the common wealth being represented by district attorney Sparks and county attor ney Belcher Business started off with a rush and is being kept at a lively gait as is the custom with Judge Sandidge whose reputation for punctuality and speed is being maintained and the spirit has been imparted to all others The grand jury was given instructions and started to work at once and at the same time almost the petit jury was placed in service Following is a list of the juries IETIT JURY J B Depoystcr A F Walker A B Whitmer J P Moseler Robert Helsley W R Dennis- J D Langley Zilman Smith Cabe McPherson J L Jones- J E Casebier G M Jennings- J H Smith Ramie Wilkins E S Cleaves G D Stokes- J P Pannell J S Hudspeth A F Smith Frank Jenkins- J F Rice F P Bridges- C S McDonald J J Rice GRAND JURY J L Morgan Foreman Lot Grundy W T Sharp A H Yin cent L A Mohon G L Hudson V T Humphery W A Young C W Stovall J N Hammonds S P Miller Chas Gish Thco Laswcll for assault and battery was given a 100 fine and ten days in jail Wade Gibson confessed to a fine of 50 for malicious striking and wounding ller Hayes was an innocent by stander in the spectators section until the Judge discovered that he was drinking when he became guil tyto the extent of ro Shack Dillard was found guilty of carrying a concealed deadly weapon which the jury thought was an of fense to the tune of 50 and ten days in jail Hayes Gibson for selling a mix lure or decoction was handed a fine of 50 Rufus Gill found a in the jack pot when be faced the jurj fpiv Lonnic Burden failed to appear and forfeited his bond Roscoe Wilkins under indict ment for furnishing liguor to minors failed to appear and a forfeiture was taken on his bond may not have been gaming but he forfeited his bond rather than to face the charge The case against Wes Hinton the killing of Roy Greer is now occupying the atten tion of the court The is familiar to a great many people and is at tracting wide attention The array of legal talent insures a thoroughly contested case For good things to eat call at Biizendines Mr James Morgan at South is the father of a bright girl born Monday night The ladies of thee C P Church will serve ice cream cake and candy at T M Morgan Son music store from 9 to 12 m May i at The LaDellFox Concert Co well known here by virtue of past appearance will be at the opera house again tonight with excellent new programs and our people will extend liberal patronage Greenville is getting to be a con vention city and people are on the mark in the matter of entertainment The ladies who were with the Cross members were given a carriage ride around the city last Wednesday evening and were shown other courtesies by our progressive citizens A good set of natural teeth is ten stronger than false ones so pnU te h qntjl j tnq atp hm tafce this warning See ftr Bray for guaranteed dental work The session of the 8th biennial of the Golden Cross held here last Thursday drew about fifty of the prominent officials of the order from all over the state The sessions were held in the Masonic lodge rooms and a very pleasant and but day was pass ed It was a fine body of men and they attended strictly to business but at the same time had opportun ity to mingle with our people social ly and all spoke in highest terms of our city and Us people 1 25 the Lee Tinsley chargedwith I Carroll ton Golden ash It grandcommandery f f lt Emit oitenactof awblln case our always times fret rw k WILL EXHIBIT Greenville on Saturday May L The Show this year is Bigger and Better and in a More Commanding position than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons MANY ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES 3 f HOWES LONDON SHOWS I v v yu k w GREAT ATcsr R wv wwvw vvwra i q A Few of the Many Features You Will See MARIAN SHERIDAN ind her troupe of INFORMING LIONS PROF BUCKLEYS HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS Including DUCHESS the Largest Elephant in the World ROSEAU THE tEMItirill TEN THOUSAND MUAfc KENTUCKY HORSE He is Five Feet Ten Inches in Height and Weighs 150 Pounds has Tremendous Strength Marvelous Agility and his Powerful Arms are a wonder to behold A Truly Wonderful Display of TRAINED ANIMALS Y tiST GORirI vfk EXI1fB1iFD AMERIA MOTC Its Afteptioa Resolved That I will use my best efforts to Sleep in the fresh air Work in the fresh in the fresh air Live in the fresh air and that I will urge to do likewise Feast for Music Lovers The New York SymphonyOrches tra and Walter Damrosch its con ductor form a combination which has no superior on either side of the Atlantic ocean The artistic value of the orchestra is such that it has been hailed as the national musical organization and the influence up on it of its conductor i so great that people recognize it just as well when it is called Damroschs Or chestraDamrosch assumed the leadership of the New York Symphony when his father djed when Y35 link twpntyTtwo Many trembled to think of the task ahead of this youth but he mastered it and made the orchestra one of the countrys great musical bodies He did so well In fact that in order to the orchestra Carnegie gave it a permanent home the hall which bears his name Versatility is one of Damrosch s characteristics He is a composer a lecturer a critic and he is just as good in each role as when he is waving the baton over the New York Symphony Orchestra He believes in high ideals for music and thec fjor he provides the best possible audiences no It and Ile himself iI r wr air- Play other perpetuate mustc for his lkn f 5 r matter whether they are in New York or Kalamazoo Mr Damrosch is conductorin chief of the May Music Festival to be held at the First Regiment Ar mory iq Louisville May 6 7 and He arranged the programs which is a sufficient guarantee of their general excellence His full orches tra will be with him at the festival Miss Annie May Yonts has re turned from a visit of a week to and friends in Louisville Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Lini ment is used For sale by Jarvis Williams Mr D J Duncan is in eastern Kentucky Virginia and West Vir ginia on business and win be gone two weeks Vegetables you are looking for Call Hrfc nice fresh and clean at The lake has discharged through the overflow as much water during the last four months as will be used here during the year People who like instrumental and will be pleased with the program of the LaDell Fox Concert Co at the ouch house tonight Messrs Allic and Clair DcWitt have returned from Owensboro where for some months they have operated a resturant They have not yet decided what they will m here I 8 relatives t T r vocalmusic y JI I f all tmea engage 400 PEOPLE 50 HORSES Twenty Funny CloWhs PROP WHKRLJSRS The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all nations in a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries car rying the spectators by storm and wildly applauded by aIL POftlfS i3 N rih- u li h1 AND MILITI u 4 IittU ITO SEE BRING THE T I3ABV AN ENDLESS OF STARTIM Believe FALSE ANNOUNCEMENTS to the Contrary ro PKOfRAM EVENTS o 4 + SEE the FREE SPECTACULAR STREET Starting from the Show Grounds at 1O a m AFTERNOON AT 2 OCLOCK NIGHT AT 8 OCLOCK PARADE if 2 DAILY 2 u Alteiifon Comrades ef G A R The comrades of J N Post No 17 G A R will meet in Greenville on May 4 to transact important business connected with the Decoration day exercises to be held on May 30 All members are specially urged to be present- H C MeCRACKEN Comdr It was a fine crowd here Monday to the opening of circuit court the shower of Sunday night helping the farmers to attend in large numbers Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere it is reported that we are to have one of the big shows here this year Greenville is one of the best show towns in the country leading in this 35 in respects Horses and mules were here in plenty Monday some men leading ixte or two annals The number nf transfers was rather small and sales light but prices are high which play account for the quiet market Rufus Deijnis solicits all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates Rev Clarke who appeared here several years ago is qgair at Baptist church where he began revival sermons Monday evening His topics are live and varied and arebeing handled in a forceful man ner Large audiences and already much interest Is manifested I PaxtOn I many haulingof t are g z the beta f j bc JCAM msJ MONKEYS I IIONSk i 1y y y Marvin the three year old son of Mr and Mrs M WEnttsdicdaf Luzerne Tuesday afteran illness of nine months from stomach trouble Interment was at Pleasant Hill at r oclock yesterday afternoon See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to he pays highest cash prices Hon T J Sparks is serving for the first time in his new ty of commonwealths attorney He has created a highly favorable im pression the district in every county of which he has served ami this is being sustained fully in work here among his own people who are proud of his deserved recog nhion Be sure to pcrformafocc of the LaDell oj Concert night at the opera Mouse The work of these artists U pleasing and shod draw a Mr S D an Muhlcnberg boy wkp asbeen in the for the past iwgnty returned here from San FranjtjjscS with relatives friends This is his first visit ft ten years and have been so many improypmcnts around town that he has ye been able 19 recognize the place the o e he kncp ladyhood day s vr J v Williams sell Dr qxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guarahv teed to heal without a your money refunded I selas i cap ci- I p f1 bJgeatcA t c it d fY old lest f last week and spend tme a I iT f I X J J f sit w e w over his attepil the tar Hum Y cars some the e tot afi t x 1rJarvis rC blerotsh fit R0ARK Furniture W llp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes pper Slippers Gr ve Vaults ROARK w r J i J r l I Ii farr M c7 f Il I va a a t vas sin et ion r w FAM1 XXJHI FETR1GG REGISTER ROCKFORDI SOLICITED l J IV O RSPO DENCC 1 r GAtll a t r t 1900 by American Treat AMO elation Thli matter must not be printed without special pcrmlsulon ADVANTAGES OF IRRIGATION As one becomes more familiar with the conditions under which the farmer In the Irrigated tracts of the west TvorUi his Innd handle his crops It Is clear that he has several ndan tajren his fellow farmer In the central mid eaHtrrn status who rellis j upon rainfall alone the moisture jiooessnry for the growth nud nuUiri his rerhppt Its chief and Important udvAntnge Is that he to put water on his laud at will Iselny free from the distraction arid annoranee of heavy mlnsdurlng the time of sociHnj and cultivation which would soak the ground delay cultivation und tjlvo the weeds u big boost Coupled with a perfect regu lation of the moisture which la al lowed to KO upon the tail Is another favorable condition the large number of clear bright days during the har vest months which make possible the perfect ripening of the jMln and hay anti the Imrvestlu and xecuring of It under mot favorable conditions who has tried to euro hay between showers In June In the central and eastern states will appreciate this point Intly the Irrigated lands hive this vital point In their favor that little If any ol the original fertility of washed out by repeated and henry rains Tbla accounts for the remark able productivity of western soils which have waited centuries for the magic touch of water to make them garden of earth In view of tbs points and others which might Jj tloiittllt s riot surprising that toward the west and ninny prtiH opvsf kes and goei Irrigated Bectlohs ORCHARD CULTIVATION There Is nothing which can be done for the young orchard which will tend to make It more thrifty noel vigorous than to glee It careful cultivation for first few years after It Ig set This result may be brought about to ad vantage by growing some crop the rows of trees such us potatoes popcorn or better titans The frequent cultivatlonr glrcn keep the ground loose nud moist and keep the young trees from suffer ing should a hot and dry spell come In middle or Inte summer If the orchard an old out And blue grass null weeds have gradually worked their way In a good plan would be to give It n shah low plowing so ns not to Injure the surface roots to disk frequently with extension or reversible disk until about tit middle of July and then sow buck wheat and oats which will come on and make n good winter cover crop spring ff It Is desired the or chard may be thoroughly disked or plowed ned sowed to clover In Pa due coast orchards where there Is no danger of Injury from winter freezing the orchards are usually kept cultivat ed the season through STRINGENT MEASURES NEEDED Jt Is becoming more apparent every year that legislatures In all states which have the noxtous weed problem on hand should pass laws making It nn offense punishable by henry line for a farm owner to sell any product of his farm which could possibly carry the foul reeds fn adjoining farms It Is that In some cases some such laws are on the statute books but they are either not enforced or else penalty they provide Is nQt sufficient to stop the nuisance With many land owners waging nn almost futile war fare against the worst weeds nnd their appearance In new fields and localities each It Is clear that stringent will have to be adopted to give relief Men whose farms nre not set contaminated have the In terest In giving old to the movement that people who are well do in seeing that a quarantine placed to prevent the spread of a loathsome disease Is enforced CARE OF CHICKG Little chickens ore better off If they are not fed nt all the first twentyfour or fortyclghtliours This Is to the fact that by n provision of nature the yolk of the egg la the taRt portion to be absorbed In the change frown egg to chick and this contains sufficient nourishment to sup ply the little creature with all It needs during tuft time mentioned The first food may be Johnny bread crumbs cot tage cheese chick feed and n little later cracked corn while a little green toed In vonie form should b fur nished Clean water and milk If mull mile should In where the little fellows ran gut at ahfee things which 1o I l be romcnjbcred III the care of the little chicks sjlhat they should have dry nn1 clean quarters bo kept front attacks of lice and not showed to cat wet raw mal that has Ucoote wry rlsht rev i t and over for t I I I I I I the pot r O oilier tor I the till I Is I l next c I the I I 1 tear II h f I 1 j I of 1 11 Iv r J I free the i 1 d t t i lrI Gap 4 8 S s LI tot craps a most ableJs r x t Anyone 5 nodSr y era 5 r Iora y oHt the t r- i between strawberries r a t a true tin a e measures same p during due t r r I flier S R t P v rs st t o A inoliin rnler of considerable expe rience report jxiwdereil lobaccn as an effective chick on the striked melon bug while tobacco t a he Nods sure deaths to all plant lice A meelinnlcnl ijnaek grass extermi nator haM lately been put on the mar ket being a combination of pluw tin I rotary rake which pulls the roots of tho grass fret from the soil lie I Indeed fortunate who dots not have to Investigate into the merits of thin machine A gocd part of Californias Kucrosa In fruit growing In said to be due to the fart tint there are within her 13060 Italians who are usually rated us the most painstaking and site cessful horticulturists In the world These people own 2721 farms In time state while the value of their fruit farms and business interests Is placed ttt 15000000 A gasoline engine of n fairly docile type Is n Mg Improvement over the average windmill In that It Is not put out of business by n windstorm and will Jog along satisfactorily whether the wind Is blowing or not Besides this when properly mounted It cai where time owner wills to sow wood shred fodder grind corn or do other useful tasks The country dog that rushes out at passing tcnm and sometimes frightens thom lute running nwny Is nn nil round nnlwuire anti should be BtipprvsFpd He can be broken of tu habit when a puppy It he Is larruped Foundly every time ht tries the trick nod If this not effect u reform the owner would confer n favor on society by breaking time brutes neck Stork cnttle will get Vlons very well under out of door conditions If only they are provided with n clean dry place In which to sleep which Is pro tected front storm nnd wind Not only Is the comfort of the animal hut Its health as well dependent upon this anti both will le decreased If It has to rut wlh n wet and nasty FleepJnT place A way out under su h would scent to be the liberal use of straw which will absorb time liquid manures and also Increase materially the volume of fertilizer which can be hauled on to the hungry land The Charity Organization Society of Youngstown 0 has obtained the use pf 0 twelve garden close to the town for cultivation during the gum Tided nil The society tins been through nn experience which would undoubtedly have killed nn tlon less strongly amid enthusiastically backed It started work Just nt the height of the Industrial depression last year In consequence It obliged to raise special relief funds and Its totnl budget exceeded by thousands the orig inal and normal estimates The United Staten department of agriculture has derided time location of n federal forestry station nt son TTIs which will be conducted In connection with the state experiment station The wcrk of the station will bo directly beneficial to the lumber papcrmaUIng noel furniture Interests of this jgectloit Tests will be made of kinds of wood fur till main fncture of wood pulp while method will be studied for the more effective rampage of the north organized the station wll offer n special course of study for the training of forest rangers There Is hardly a creamery company anywhere which from tho standpoint of dollars and cents merely could not well afford to supply nil of Its patrons with an nnnrnl subscription to some good dairy paper The better methods which would doubtless be adopted In the Handling nnd care of the cream ns well as greater pains taken III time weeding out of unprofitable Individ uals In the dairy herd would to Increase not only the quality but the quantity of the butter The more progressive dairymen In any community already take dairy papers but many do not nnd In time case of these such n plan would bear good fruit Mrs W K Vnnderbllfs plan of build frig lu Sew York city four model ment houses for tuberculous families deserves pralrp Wlint HIP tuberculosis patient nerds nnd what lie can gut only In a well conducted hospital cr sanita rium Is Intelligent supervision of his sleeping quarters According to Sirs Vnnderbllts scheme the families to be housed in lire model tenements will be thus supervised until they emit wifely IJvo elsewhere A particularly valuable feature of her plan Is time fact that It tends to keep the family together The dispersion of the family undoubtedly has Its bad effect upon tho patient him self and frequently results In the sep aration of the entire family With eggs the past winter ranging all the way from 2 to cents per dozen It Is possible there may be some who will want to put some nice fresh eggs down fur future use A method which gives better results than any other Is putting time as they urn laid or can be secured In a glass solution which Is made by mixing quart of sodium slllcnto to ten ports of water previously boiled the solution being mixed while hot Tit vessel used for the purpose should be of wood rr stoneware preferably the latter Fresh put up In the above manner will keep remarkably will for ten months Tho best time to lay by such n store of eggs U when they arc the cheapest po siblo consistent with freshness c does p ri k IJ ifor was on Ill utilization I i 40 r donnas tact Wit aims eggs z I borders betaken every conditions acre toner An oxjierhence 1 Racdener iiltl putln charge org nuizn various tt the jilne When combine product trim t FOR EGG FADDISTS gome persons really believe that time rolor of nn eggshell controls the quail ty of Its contents Ilut no tho age and surroundings of the egg noel the health fccdug environment of time hen decide tho mutter Ioston wants brown eggs New York wnnts l lit m white whlla suite cus tomers vlsh both colors Fortunately for the egg farmer there are breeds with eighty four varieties that limy these colors so If you ore an egg faddist noel are se leering hens to lay your favorite color Just wlect from the following list anti youll get what you wont Breeds that lay white eggs Aueo nns Amlaluslnts Crevecoeurs Games Hamburgs Houdnns Ia Flcche Mlnoreas Polish IJed Cups Spanish tfultnus SumntniM- It reeds that for brown eggs rah limns Buckeyes Cochins Domlnlquos Dorkings Fnvcrolles Italian Tavas Lnngshnns Malays Orpingtons Plymouth Ilocks Rhode Inland Heds Wynndottes KURIOS FROM KORRESPONDSNT3 Will you dense solve n hard pus zle for me My white chickens will get yellow If I buy the whltent birds In the full they stay white tll spring Then when turned en range in It few months they are yellow and spoiled for show I send you feathers from the same fowl plucked In winter nUll summer and you can see the differ ence My birds nre shaded amid go no yellow corn If you can give the cause you wli bo the first A Scud gravel from your farm to chemist It likely has an excess Iron Unit nffects tho plunge Sorry but fear you must change location or variety Hetter change from White to nun Hock Q Will please Inform me who White Wyandotte eggs should weigh How do you keep your Wynndottus white Do you wash them for county fairsA We notice nn egg schedule In Farm Poultry gives 235 ounces to the dozen This Is without doubt correct for tho strain from which eggs secured but we have n number of hens whose ergs welrh two pounds to tho dozen Cur Dottes are the silvery sheen stay white kind When head breast and legs only nre soiled we wash those parts only He member fairs come at molting time and you must be careful for n cold then often kills Q Can you toll why I cant hatch be Imcljod Isnt enough air fcr two In the shell Q Whr my chicks come from the Filch weak thin Intel smeared with eggA It la likely the Holt of your The heat his not been even and up where It should be Hence n chill affects Intestines of chick they do not tints In yolk yolk smears chick and chick net getting yolk Is thin If you have run machine ac cording to rules you hind better throw It out fox both machine and chicks nre NGQ Can you tell mo how to get n larger proportion of pullets than monies In hatching A We have found more pullets come front mntings where the sexes arc peen In ago DONTS Dont bo like John Bughouse who raises every variety of lice Dont lay those corncrib sills down low or off with the rats the corn will goDont keep wheat In the heat The weevil will hatch destroy your feed and overrun the place Dont feed strong smelling meat pcrnp or tainted meat nnd cut bone That brings deadly limberneck Dont think you know it You will surely get n fall amid then youll feel so small Dont forgot to put up booths for shade nnd always keep time wator vessels In n cool spot Dont neglect to sow seed It will beautify your place mind add to the ration Dont publish your failures or hang your profits on cv odys nose Plod to prosperity Dont fall to provide for next win ters cut clover crop It certainty Is time tonic to make the eggs drop Dont spend your time 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