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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1IoaIt11lf t2JR Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is y i lYTe ltl4 t t sure of returns Get our rates i f It HcCCOtb itJmv J lut electricity tho n vciemcamtbowto ti tf Jlffiu lures j4e t ft fief I you name S n Iuti Co r8 Era a Si iloitoaMus a reefJboolJ 1 uoe prac 10 f 101 lUll I i tacrntctnvand MrcitxleI- s naarae uds Sbaple dam Litt i aear Ihntogrnptir im ui etrrjrUxljr AMItutcN 4 nrauUtul M ift i IU t i it e criticism qiicttiont a ivcral F Am er I cm Photography D St lIIluxny I he fr e mea4m t ly prle antes ample Ilvut nd ihper 1k con us ua paper carbon supplies and repairs ot all kinds at this office Very Serious a very serious matter to asl for one medicine hV wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for in digestion mid liver trouble is firm ly It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others SOLD IN TOWN F Met the I cd i I paper supplies ril- bon5 etc office Typewriter ribbons r Typewriter of all kiucis at this THE KING a D1LIJ Steel Wsh Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood X- A M A Q UJf CARD teas brought relief to thousands other sick women so why nct to For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many havo said it is the best medicine to tape Try It Sold in This City Wallpaper in cndkss variety at Roarks and at matchless bargain prices 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE cof- t l r I FOR cOUCHS OLDS COo 100 TrM loWe Free I AND ALL THROAT AND XOJUY WUWDZD LUNG TROUSL- ESGUAItANTEED SATISFACTOR- o I Muhlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in 1 tucky fpr investment ofcapital and pluck jt iI ux tI IX uXiJIIIf J a w w ip hen p 11 VOL XI NO 12 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY APRIL 21 1909 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Drowsiness Sleepiness is a normal and healthy condition when it occurs at the usu al bedtime and when not extreme and over powering But it is not always associated with sleep Some persons in perfect health lent sleepers hardly know the of drowsiness they are active mentally and physically until they arc in bed then sleep comes at once end when it leaves them in the morning they arc agaimin full men tal awakeness There arc less fortunate persons who never have a complete and sat isfactory nights rest who arc yet almost constantly drowsy they arc always nodding but when the head touches the pillow sleep recedes and the night is a succession of drowsy lapses to sleep with the in stant return of semiconsciousness In general with the exception noted at the beginning of this ar ticle drowsiness is abnormal and indicates something wrong either in the body of the sufferer or in his hab s Those who habitually cut off their hours of sleep the night owls and the burners of the mid night oil pay for their bad habits by attacks of sleepiness in the after noon and early evening later after the influence of digestion wears off the drowsiness disappears and then relieved of his burdens the person sits up to all hours again thinking in that way to make up for the hours lost by the drowsiness If he would abandon his owlish habit go to bed bedtimes and get the seven or eight hours of continuous sleep that he needs his daytime and evening drowsiness would disappear he could do more and better find life much more enjoyable A slight drowsiness is often notic ed after a hearty meal because ac tive digestion draws a greater vol tunit of blood to the stomach so that fits tlie afterdinner cup of bjack coffee often drives away the impulse to sleep whether for good or ill may be left to the physlolog j ists to Sometimes we hear of attacks of sleepiness occurring suddenly at certain periods of the day or at ir regular intervals These are alto gether in such there is almost always some poison at work in the nervous centers usually a selfmanufactured poison which because it is made in too great quantity or because constipa tion or kidney disease prevents its rapid elimination accumulates in he system An essential in the treatment of such is dieting Meat should be given up for a time at least and the only beverage allowable is water or milk 0 Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not burn or blister and relieves pain in a few minutes For sate by Jarvis Williams May MISIC Festival LiuisYille Although much attention has been paid to Rlccardo Martin the Kentucky and Mme Frem stad the wonderful soprano whose appearance will be big features of the May Music Festival at May 6 7 and 8 the other art ists are such as vill command atten tion and interest from lovers of music everywhere Albert Spalding the whp makes thebascballs has achiev equal as a viohnis and though barely past his majority he is now regarded as one of the great Virtijosps qf this tiinp He will play Friday evening May 7- 1Qejmaine gchnjtjcr the Viennese pianist is so brilliant in execution and so vivid in interpretation that she has been accurately the feminine Paderewski She will play at the Friday matinee The quartet of the New York Symphony Orchestra which will be heard throughout the festival is re garded as one of the best ever or ganized Corinne Rider Kelsey the Covent Garden and Metropoli star is the soprano and Reed the famous oratorio singer tenor GuslafHoimquist a 1 3t 1 iI r andexcel meaning r t t It I t t tt workand tM l4i rl I to it I abnormaland cases II son of d sql ess described- as u 4 is the II r II rr J t Fri t t S z a tl tx a unfortunately b i p l rrait fig re true s 1- us ON ztL determine- case t r S a tenor t Louisville 4 j t r M 4 M 4 1 r stant r I- k of v- r s new basso who has been winning musical honors steadily in the past few years is a member of it while Nevada Van dcr Veer possessor of a rich and powerful contralto the quartet Sentence Sermons No truth is understood until it is obeyed Crooks are made by trying to dodge around duties It is always safe to go where you can No life lightens the world without consuming itself Obedience is the first step in training for authority Folks who have most advice to spare ojtcn need it most Loyc is always a poor thing so long as it tries to save itself No man can make life joyous who docs not himself enjoy life Heaven always gets your picture just when you arc not posing There is nothing more divine in this world than simple humanity The man who advertises his double often dreads truth mot of all Luck may knock at the door but it takes hard work to force it open The best way to flee from the tempter IS to fly to your brothers mans faith Is to be known by his alley as well as by his front yard The Breath The breath of a healthy person has no odor This is equivalent to saying that no one whose breath has habit ually a disagreeable odor is in abso lute health Somewhere there is trouble the presence of which not always the locationof it is betrayedby The expired air A person with bad breath is not his family to tell The trouble can almost always be bettered if not entirely removed and it is the duty of one so afflicted to place him self in the physicians hand for cars The cause of a bad breath if often evident but sometimes a very care ful examination weighing and re jecting one by one the different pos sibilities is necessary before the seat of the trouble can be Local troubles must be looked for and corrected Catarrh of the nasal passages or of one or more of the cavities in the bones of the face communicating with the nose may cause a very foul breath this can be relieved In many cases by snuffing up some antiseptic di luted for the nasal mucous mem brane is sensitive through each nostril several times a day The na sal douche so often recommended should be used only under the di rection of a physician The mouth is often the place of origin of the odor Decayed teeth or the decom position of food particles allowed to remain between the teeth or gums with suppuration round the ddges of the teeth may one or all affect the breath unpleasantly The regular use of the toothbrush with an antiseptic mouth wash will usually remedy this There may be an accummulalion of fur at the back of the mouth which gives an odor to the breath this should be removed with a spoon or the ring in one of the handles of a pair scis sors The tonsils may have odorous accumulations of secretion in their pits Trouble in gny part of the digestive tract i very likply to declare itself in the breath Cons tipation especially is so betrayed It js well that foods onions for example will scent the breath but it is not so generally ap preciated that the eating of a large amount of meat will often give a peculiarly disagreeable quality to the breath The emotions may have their effect too and the illtemper ed person or the worrier is thus an offense in more ways than one j There is seldom any excuse for I permanent bad breath for the phy sician can almost always discover and remove the cause Give1 your job printing orders to THE RECORD completes helpanother aidA alw aware h Q S ti9Jti t if t W 5 te b 1it h part uf him determined fluidwell receding It of mal- some I although ys of his misfortune or pr gay lfili lIiJ known The Youths Companion for 1919 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to The Youths Com panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for 1909 50 Star Articles Contributed by Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in in a Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Including Six Serial Stories Stories Stories 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 Inimitabl Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of Humor and 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 remain ing issues for 1908 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions new Calendar for 1 09 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors Youths Companion 144 BeVkeley Street Bcston Mass use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment sic size If it does not give relief or cure you your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of Stationery and quick place this office in position to command your job printing wants Humorous Selected Article U serv- Ice Business g The For 1jles S Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building need every delay costs you money The sun rain mow work Lumber cotta too iccay for want liitls paint It coiti less to use than to go with out it We use nothing but good paint on our work CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pyre Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine aad the moat expensive colors Tho kind of paint we use never cnn or scales wear will remove iu Let iu figure with you when ready to paint We a fritclass and durable job prices reasonable Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Anything you want in reading matter no difference where can be promptly supplied by this office Heart Strength not ono wait heart in a hundred it In Itf elf actually tllscnscd It It utmost always hidden any llttlu nono that Wally Is at This obscure nerve tho or Hiart Nary and must have moro tower more tatiiUtr mum mntrolllnir moro governing trciictn Without that the lf nrt must continue to jail and tho stomach and kidneys also bare these same controlling nerved This explains why as a medicine Dr has tno past done o much for weak anti nlllnic Hearts Dr first sought the cause of all this painful pnliiltntinsr suITocat Inc heart distress Dr Shoop Itistoratlvw thUl popular prescription alone illncteil to wasting nerro centor It bullda Hstrcngthens It offew real tronnlno heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong nerves thorn M needed with Dr SHoops RestorativeALL dAYs relt are much to let it ofA s I published kiwi I I ec o ilea StrenthorTSurtWenkneasmarnsNerv or re a nods Shads 4hno these the o J W BARLOW Crown nod Bridge Work done at rcnaouablc 4 Office up stairs In the Jones Bulldin Greenville Ky DR T J SLATON RhyHlclon and Surgeon Office Maincross street near Main street Ib CAM HOWARD WADe II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYEROffice la Greta Bollflaf opptsltelatteaje Motel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 SEEDSWe Ship best quality and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Millet Cow Peas Soja Beans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tatn and Tomato Slips Sets Garden Beans Garden IJeas all kinds Garden Field and Flower seeds Land Plaster and Fertilizers Write us for prices State what you want NASHVILLE 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TENN THE RATE TO CHICAGO REFACED Rpute Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Ktlid Trip The Monon Route inn that it will hcnceforthsull tick j between Louisville and Chic n ill 6 one way instead of SS as and trains from Louisville operates Com partmellt and Drawingrooin Pull mans as well as the usual straight sleeper The day trains have Par lor and Dining cars and the vcr finest modern new coaches In quiries cheerfully answered by E H Bacon D P A Louisville Concrete Work I Contract- edI prepared to do 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 tar Give me an opportunity to bill on your contracts R C DR DBNTIST prices i I L anuS l ljJes Jd p CO i M non a TeftJruII1i ns are X cepti1hViipd by night Kr pavement 517 MCCI AclEN r Field Seed 0 ion SEE s r ices t 1 rtmeis xr5 rtjn tri ill s offered service the n DR KINGS COUGHS AND COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUMOMIA CONSUMPTION Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lunga end BO completely prostrated me that I was after using one I went back to work as yell as I ever was W J ATZItfS Banner Springs TeD PRICE COc AND SIOO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Drwggssts NEW DISCOVERY FOR AND II unable to work and scarcely able to ttand I then was advised to try Dr New tadII s T S i Y Kings Discover e lowest priced load of lawn field and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CQ The most practical chair that has vet been made is the automatic on display at Roarks Nothing like over seen here Call anti have a look We Ask Yon fo take Cardui for your female troubles becstiso vo are sure It will he you Remember that this greatiemalo remedy gardenlog otD4K 11r l GreenviHe ardw re CO h t7tMe r GROCERY 0 i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS JtC Anyone sending s afcotfh our oplntmt Intention Is IwhoWr P sent Ol te t njccncr for taken Munu Sclent iffc jmRrKaH filiation of i iy r i onr our WM ntl 8 JJrwch c If CL KILL COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery And UQJ ComnlJlIlfjoI IIt WU1I u ho wpfk1r Jrac I H t ew lice Sro n t hone roe louts ta rest s9 nlntrslodlh 4crnte tat buldhrl1 neraI tier SG10reasexar York 1 C- FE1E CURESF S Some women retain their beauty to an advanced But women regularly endure pain age for suffering lasting marks on themNearly all women suffer mora or less with some trouble It should not be neglected It Will Help You on feet Finally I began take Cardmi and mend Now am able to do all my housework had better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES WOIDil09S Beauiy Cage o ovoid the pain tleat yourself at horn by doneBegin C RDUIAKL A J 1 r tbtQot 1 imalctroul1 I ould TO tit w ra1 r Y ttlt 1141suffered with atsd was s strk not ilieooee rhsiitd rl oi V PIANO 4 i than of anything else you buy We know this so we offer you Crown Piano and Crown Com binolas and know that youll be disappointed Crown instruments arc built on honor satisfactory when new and yecTr afterwards r MORGAN GreonvIIle A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wiqkliffe E J Puryear R T Martini J Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo Martin v WALLPAPER v Colors Patterns Effects ih all grades at lowest prices the J Lv Roark Estate Y08 expect more of a ii1Q j e never r f T M SON Ky f I OfficersW DirectorsW W I r s S w r- r 4ASe5Thk arXoX1aTAci 5tccnu tc Y ctttuckq President T i l ry I THE RECORD An Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS OWBX Inca PrtKUlent ORICN I ROAUK Secretary OKIKN L ROAKK EDITOR LtnOOlstanct Telephone No Office In new nnurx rear of Kturc itiomul Hour 50 CENTS m YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS The anbnerlptlon price uf the In paya ble in ftlvnncr when the time Inns to which It In paid the paper will be topped of thank obituary notices etc If not loneer thniutrn linen wilt published free A per line Inr Mnen of thin rule to anyori Mtmple copies will be mulled AdrertlHementn will be Inserted A rate card will be furnlnhed on reqnent AIN all and make all rc mUtancen payable t UECOnDPUKSS Greenville Ky THURSDAY APRIL 2 Boterert at the Greenville Ky pomolKcc a econdckvBB matter ANNOUNCEMENTS We are anlliorlzeit to announce WALTER C K1MMEL a candidate for Sheriff of Jinlilcnbcre county subject to the action of the Republican patty yon riitcuiT CLEHK aiithorUcd to announce CJ3 CURD M candidate to till office of Clerk til the Miililenlirrir Clrrult Court subject to the action of the Republican party top fOCSTT counT CLERK TVV ate authorized to announce V 1J IJiWIS- M randlilate for reflection to the ofllcc of Nuiiitv Court Clerk of MUWeubrrs county Huh Jvct tt tilt Uutlon of party We art antherlied to announce OKO M andldnte tar reelection to the office of Juller utJ ct to the action of the Republican party AND now when you are ready Mr Roosevelt you may fire KENTUCKY is to be congratulated if we are now rid of the Goebcl case MILK drivers are on a strike in Chicago and thus milk will join bread In it rise in price TilE flash from the guns of the Roosvelt hunting party will break up all this talk about Darkest Afri be discouraging tMr PRESIDENT TAFT has been to measles but there is no ma terial reduction in the number of office seekers who are anxious to him NEW YORK has sufficient water stored for 250 days use But the thirst of New Yorkers for water has never been the marvel of two hem ispheres THERE have been a few kinds of disorder in Zion City There should be a vote taken to change the name to something that would fit better Ins recorded that Aristides grew weary of being called the Just sad it is no wonder that Mr Aldrich bee tree tired of being called some thing else AN inventor in Norway is sending typewriting by wireless For a Ion time the thrilling glances of the blonde typist have been sent in this manner THE legislature in Illinois U try ing to regulate the size of womens hats What heads of households would rather see o the statute books is a regulation of tile price MILLIONS of Roumanian sturgeons are to be introduced into American streams It is to be hoped will prove a greater blessing then the German carp or the English sparrow Mrs John Wells pod 68 years died of pneumonia at last Wednesday night and Was buried at Cherry Grove Thurs day afternoon many relatives and friends attending She is survived fcy her husband six boys two daughters and a host of relatives mud friends Deceased was an ex cMplory Christian woman and had the confidence of all her associates R C McCracken has completed She bridge across the creek and is rvfinding up the concrete walkway fWiea finished this will probably job of concrete work ever done here jEuE RECORD 500 per year i f I UIIXD Tt1DRafATa nT 2 Cards eharR of lK will bt d e Ton mIRtrp rIll I Inn It the Republican t I exposed see tI II the R home It bee 0 i a i- A s 72 anceee rr eusnmm lcatlune iy0l corn Wear re roRJULrr PARK- a A Car trust I3r alttokavethccper9t 6 s a r I he b rr r most lookcd at a R s2j r Great London Shows Here tlcxt Saturday Any one of Motes Circus clowns would be the last person in the world you would pick out as a pro fossional jstcr Me is the soberest appearing cuss you ever saw on the street Yet he has but to walk from the dressing top to the big show and you laugh There is something aboiit that stride that is funny and when he allows the toy bnllon to get away from him and sail through the air crying after it the specta tors almost fall off their seats with laughter Now you let some one else try that same little trick ami its not funny at all The clown today occupies at even mote exalted position with the cir cus than he did thirty years ago Years ago they didnt have the such as travel with the caliber of Howes aggregation Then it was an easy matter to make or rather arrange your program so that one act followed another with out a wait Nowadays with the big acts it takes time to get the rigging ready and the clown must during these temporary lulls amuse the spectators so that they will forget all about the wait and watch and laughThe clowns of Howes Great Lou don Shows all specially cngug ed for this branch of the perform ance and its the boast of the man agement that their ell ms in this di rection have met wjth a success their expectations The big show will be here May i Dont growl make things howl The demand for spring goods is opening up in all lines v Orders placed with Noels will be delivered in a week North Greenville has the old part of town badly in the rear In the amount or concrete pavements and fences Mr George II Peters a Central City boy who has made good on the Louisville Times here shaking hands with his many friends Coombs buys all kinds offurs and Mr J V Ragon is getting along very well resting somewhat easier but there is no permanent it is feared and his condition is very feeble Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 25C soc and 100 sizes Every bot1c guaranteed Eor sale by Jar vas Williams It was thought the grand jury would complete its labors by evening though it may require a day or so longer time The general condition of Uncle Green Stewart is much improved and hIS eyesight is gradually being restored which leads to the hope that he will recover Orien L buys seljs rents repairs typewriters carries suppjes of all kinds and solicits trade any branch The protracted services at the Baptist church conducted by Rev Clarke are causing widening and deepening interest and will contin ue indefinitely Mr Jake Perry is recovering from an operation in which his hand was removed last week gome weeks ago Mr Perry cut his hand while t work at his butcher shop and blood poisoning followed Doc tors concluded that an operation was necessary and the hand was removed His recovery is now as lured You can get every day fresh tomatoes beets radishes celery lettuce onions new potatoes pie plant at Brizendincs Mr C P Morton has been in serious Condition for some days suffering from florin poisoning fol lowing a slight scratch nn 0n his fingers Dr J M Stewart and Dr McCormack of Owensboro were to rrjye here yesterday after noon to pcrow jin which it was hoped would rfijcye His family and many friends have been anxious over the condition of the patient If you want job printing the best be had at this office j V owes colossalacts photographer p kale- r opel ation the trouble can j I were beyond Saturday was yesterday Ids a to the hl Best marke prices an cas h 1 improvement S yesterday Roar J o MURPHYS LAKE AND ITS TRADITIONS IN IOZJR CHAPTERS 11 Y OTTO A EOTIIERT- CIIArritll I Some Plmieur nml LamlHrnrku of tit OM Lllwrty NYlglilmrliwMi anil tlio Upitor Pond Ulver 00111111- 7CHAPTHU 11The I Ue amid CHAPTltlt III Tnulllloiw of thu hake CIIAITKK IVTJi Ibfrenil of Low Allen IIIU CHAPTER II Murphys Lakel The name sounds big and has about it the suggestion of H large body of One friend informed me it is three miles long and another said to go round it is a six mile walk Without having heard any remarks regarding its width I for some reason or other concluded that a lake of such length would naturally have a width of at least a quarter of a mile Three miles long and six miles around are approximate measure ments that do not misrepresent its length However in regard to its width I will say had my legs been a little longer I could have straddled this lake on its two shores at one time and thus by three miles lung I could at the same time have made its six miles around In other words Murphys Lake is i lagoon some 40 feet wide meand ering fur three miles in Pond River hnttim at a distance of about a half mile from the over itself It is a part of the old abandoned riverbed now represented by two lung deep bends of the old rivcf which arc connected by a number of smaller and shallower crooks The upper of these two big curves is known as Fishermans Bend and the lower as Greens Bend The Mur phys Lake bridge crosses one of the shallow links that help unite these two mam bodies of the lake This bridge was built a few years ago by F E Green who is a son ot Wm Green and a grandson of Na thanial Green During the dry seasons practically all of the water disappears from the shallow bed leaving only Fisher mans and Greens Bend well sup plied The mud bottom of the in at such times has slough Tilled with logs and snags These dangerous sawyers arc also frequently found in the lake proper Aquatic plants ot many varieties thrive in the lake Among them are great clusters of a species of lily bearing beautiful yellow flowers known as Bonnets or Spatterdock The large Bends are gracefully lined down to the very waters edge with willow and other shrublike growths On the shore stand the monarchs of the forest such as are usually found in low lands Some of these trees draped with wild grape vines bend over the banks of the lake and often form unbroken arches with those leaning from the opposite side A dense growth of short cane is spread in every over the rich ground Lakes originating from abandoned river beds arc found a of places in the Pond River bottom Sucji fqr Instance is Long Pond or fong Jag jn Hopkins county about three Mc Iary where the pool oocurs in a bfg bend of Pond river The bed of Long Lake is deeper than that of the stream The Country Club of Madisonville built a bungelou on its bank and is now using that la goon for fishing purposes Boat Yard creek or White Ash Pqnd still further down but on the MMW fJf Wty another of naturc difjfc jng ijoyever from the other two in that it is npy a most filled with debris and sediment deposited jnfp jt by the waters of ibfion creek and p floods flf the riverAmong the smaller lakes of this is Atkinsons Little Lake located a few miles above Murphys Lake and about three quarters of a mile from Pond river This lake is only 300 yards long and not as wide nor as deep as the others referred to inlet Big and its outlet Little Slough are ymoly long narrow winding shal low hwags u those places where the course of the filougjjs scarcely tracable occur the scatters which during an overflow permit the water ip fjjn in any and every direction until it drifts n o another of the slough further down and finajly finds its way to one of the feeders of Murphys Lake Altho Murphys Lake is deepen proportionate andwalked pacIngIts U I rID JPH lake I samecharacter Its Slough- f II 4 1V its deepwater divis- Ions crooks eappcarancto anbidaai l3Fa grown direction number 1 a is this 4 t i link ing and widening in some places and filling up in others the arc that it is slowly decreasing in sie and will in the course of centuries gradually disappear just as Boat Yard is now doing Murphys Lake like all the other lakes along Pond River has an in let and an outlet The main inlet is known as C Cut Off Slough The bottom of this channel is consider ably higher than that of the rivcr from which it carries a stream of water after that height or stage js reached This feeding slough is therefore frequently dry Its water alter traveling a distance of about two miles flows into Mud Puddle at the toot of Spring Hill This same Puddle is also the outlet for Joilcs Creek near the mouth of which is Fish Pond Hill Thus the Mud Puddle receives its supply more less constantly from Joilcs Creek and only occasionally but bountifully from Pond River through Cut Off Slough and At klnsons Little Slough The water from these various sources after having passed through Mud Puddle flows into the upper or Fishermans Bend of Murphys Lake It then continues is crossed by Murphys Lake bridge and next appears in the lower or Greens Bend After considerable shifting and driving in every direction it finally over the Scatters of the Lak into Elk shallow pool covering about looacres It next finds its way through Muddy Slough into the Outlet which is the lower end and continuation of Martins Creek For convenience we shall refer to this chain of inlet sloughs puddles lagoons scatters and outlet as the Old Rvcr Slough Their combined links cover a distance of about sev en miles The general course of i s first half is toward the northeast At Murphys Bridge it changes the northwest Thus the Old River Slough and the present bed of Pond River endure a more or less diamond shaped area of over 3000 acres all with the exception of about 200 acres is bottom land In 1853 Isaac Bard recognizing the quality this soil made an at tempt to give Old River Slough and its adjoining territory a better drainage bVMJigging a straight ditch frOihith tflLof the ScaitetOQttie T V lB channel u ar Hail he not abandoned his work the re claimed hind would today be the most profitable farming land in the As it is no further at tempt was made to complete the ditch and the entire bottom is therefore still subject to damaging overflows BACK AGAIN 1000 Mens Old Hats Wanted Mr Jones the well known hatter of Louisville will be at W W Bdyds tailor shop on May 6 from 1 p m to 6 p m It you have any hats that you want cleaned dyed and rex blocked bring them in Pana mas a specialty From unofficial reports Mr Paul Pannell was the successful applicant for the appointment as carrier on the rural delivery snail route to be here next Saturday Official notice is expected and Mr Pannell is making preparations to begin the service Saturday morning He will be the lust of Uncle Sams men in this service the and will give service Muhlcnbcrg Circuit Kentucky U A Allen Administralix PHi ft Clarence llen cf aj deits This case having submitted to Lie master cojrjmissionerr of pfoirn W persons having maims against thp We of T Allen dggeased hereby notified to game properly proven before me at my office in Greenville Ky on or before Wednesday the 5th day of May 1909 Jas W Oates M C M C NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic cures ehojera gapes roup canker and When fed as a r preventive it not only keeps them j but makes them lay Price X a j your rtrJjggists Jary Williams Try it under the guarantep for booklet on diseases of pQultr 3m 1ft or Ponda toward ofwhich the Cree lever started in good Courti beep an y 1 tire C 4 II44 y 2c ed b Ask tIL indications plisses af tins counts county t a present limb r cl eat No cure no pay f Serves You Right The JL Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we arc able to produce the highest mark results and can to your own satisfaction Serve You Right It willbe to our mutual bencfiHf you will allow us to Serve You Right The volume and quality of our business are the result of each other The better the service we give the larger business we get the larger the amount of business given us the better service we can give in return THE J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Ky therefore brightens and preserves everything about the no or dingy looking furniture or woodwork in homes where Liquid Veneer is is clean wholesome Liquid Veneer can be applied by anybody anywhere at any time there is no muss to dean p after ward There are no cans no pots no brushes There are no sticky hands or surfaces Simply a of cheese wipe off the surfaces as you would do Just try Veneer and see now sweet ad will wake cverytkinf4tx h M a w H mmw o usedall saw Nat deMit ISo tt so1 L Y eer troth OLD Wall Paper J Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view o its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all else q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE is the perfec tion of modem wall decoration and offers the widest range of choice in pattern and price Samples submitted and estimates request G H ADAMP AGENT Greenville WALLPAPER U q furnishedupon K Phcne 238 Tho BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can hire is a Cortright Metal Shingle Roof It cannot burn It cannot leak Jt never needs repairs 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 and see them y- G M DEXTER CO Agents WALLPAPER the J L Roark BstalSl 1909 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ if Simttttg fnst YOW FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDIi WALL ATLAS Tie Latest Kentucky Map Up To 1909 Full and CompM- Eu especially for The Evening Post at a cost of Printed on heavy map paper It contains sue pages 28x30 Inches The chart alone is worth The Portraits of nit the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in are nine other of Rent value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto and Panama Canal Zone also map of the The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of nil Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A is riven over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year hue A Historical and giving Presidential Vote State Area and Population U S Senators Ken tucky House and Itailroad Commissioners Districts Den and State Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of when made and PopulationStatistics Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip Area and of States tries The Original States and those admitted The Kentucky Governor Walt Chart will be to who subscribe for the livening Post for One Ycnr at or for Six by Mall This price only for those who canuct get livening Post AgentSend and full description of the Atlas or better the Atlas at onto THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS PAPER andmakes 1 fi EW ColorsR mIN Jt 11fr nt tf rn AND GET t SNARE EVERY TRUE JDa pa Officials 0 FROM I TO OO Alftlltb Eo WNdesa rr y w faa z 3 s a o acratic aml State Centtal Committees Executive OilT pU stilt et a r fJ ttaac Sheibr ON THE WALL ATLAS AND THE EYENINO POST A Good Pajntoc with Poor Paint gets Poor Results I i j- k Poor Painter wjft good Paint gets teUep Rwtijts But a good painter with can produce results in every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further wear longer look better and actually save the consumer 15 to a job of painting FOR SALE BY KV i k M DEXTER CO fireenviile Ky lanna9s GI88 8eal 25onJ t IG l 11 Ii i Brw Jjf I Pai1 t= POWDER lbJolutely Pure ia4IBAKING The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee cf Pure Healthful Delicious Food o A SONG OF HOPE nv ARTuni n CLoucm Arthur Hugh tough Llvrrpool KiiRliuul Jan 1 I8IV Klnrcnvr Italy Nov 13 IWI WI H by many In his ilny n for example by n n poet of powers to the jrrentest If he not fnltllleil nil the cxpoc tntlonH of hU friemlH IIP left n few RCIDM which will be Immortal Some future day when what U now not When nil old fault follies are forgot And difference pahsoU like dreamt away Well meet inlu upon some future day When all that hindered nil that vexed our loves i A tan rank weeds will climb the blade mare When all but It Gas yielded to teeny Well meet again upon Nome future day With hnppler mood and fetllnpH born anew Our boyhoodii bycoue fannies well review Talk oer old talks play nn wo used to play And meet again on innny a future day Some day which oft our heart yearn to In some far year though dUtnnt yet to bo Shall wct ludewl yo wnda and waters miy Meet ye t nfenln upon Mime future ilny Strawberries at Bmendincs- Dont forget Saturday Is circus day Mrs Minnie Bard of Portage vile Mo here on business during the week W H Reynolds has opened his gallery fS AH small folks arc expecting to have a great time Saturday with elephant and clown 1f its books magazines etc get ilw from this office r AH work finished in a week by photographer Mr A W Duncan and wife spent a few days in Louisyillc this week with relatives and friends For hauling of all kinds call Dennis Telephone No 189 Mr C M Martin is out again after round with chills and fever that kept him in for some time Beef hides wanted and best cash prices paid by J Coombs Co Various crews of circus publicity men have informed people here jabouts of the coming of the show next Saturday Ota tO It h I and thoughts of 8 hall tee 1 it 1 f was i K o t t i r 4 Frlels the So r a E 3 r n tine r i rw t r 41 3 o oat of Mad on M f v Rufus r 4 1 L t Mrs W H Fulton and of Chicago are here on a visit to relatives and friends For good things to cat call at Biizcndines Mr W G Crawford will soon begin the erection of a handsome residence on North Main street Try Friels the photographer for good pictures and quick service It will require some settled weath er and considerable work in spots to put Muhlenberg roads in good shape for travel Roark is specially prepared to do is subject to call anywhere Mr Graham Bridges one of Drakesboros substantial was here Monday shaking hands with friends Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars The LaDellFox Concert Co ap peared here last Thursday night at the opera house and pleased an au dience of fair proportions YOU will findat Unjts every thing right up to the minute Try and see Miss Hazel Morgan returned the week from Kcnlwodd ladles of the 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 It is expected that there will immense crowd here Saturday as the first and perhaps the last of the season will be here Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire is used For sale by Jarvis WilliamsThe home of Mr T N Bel cher on North Main street is un der roof and the edifice will to completion It will be one of the modern and attractive residences of the thoroughfare n disinfectingand businessmen T bean Liniment r III first of the entea here she 9e th lP pr The circus brushed A Good Hair Brush for one cent a week is just about what it osts you when you invent from 150 to 250 will last you from 3 to 5 years and you will have a brush that you will be fcctiy satisfied with all the time A great variety here at 50 100 150 175 200 250 and on up CODNTZLERS DRUG STORE Phone 86 tf f In go Cu li r Iqg tn YHsq A 1 iS gt4 qt per S S t 1I J I A 111t I Ie n3 th- t R r R franc a s 4 tauL3 tB a T2 a a t Jy fh b ax i a a 1 CIRCUIT COURT Circuit courj hast been humming along at a lively rate and the doc ket has been cleared according to schedule but to do this there have been many night sessions There has been but one penitentiary con viction Wes Hinton being given a five year sentence in the penitentiary for the killing of Roy Greer To test the validity of proposed bonds to be issued on school dis trict No 14 C W Taylor brought a friendly suit against T J Sparks and others as a board of trustees filing a petition against the issuance of the bonds The trustees filed a demurrer which was sustained by the court and the case was carried to the court of appeals where an early opinion is hoped for Mrs Sue Brown sued the town of Bremen for damages sustained on account of a ditch dug by the city and secured a judgment of 100 A D Gardner sued the L N railroad for a lost shipment of freight consisting of household goods and the jury fixed his loss at 125J W Stuart sued J N Iorgy Jr note for 100 and was giv en judgementThe City Brick Mfg Co was given a judgment for 3168 against E B Miller on an account Vegetables you are looking for Call Briz nice fresh and clean at all times Post Office Robber Failed Just at midnight Saturday as deputy marshal James Tinsley was making his rounds he was fired up on by a man who had broken a door glass from the post office Mr Tinsley did not hear the crash and the first thing he knew of the affair was the shot which struck the building of JarvIs Williams near where he was standing He prompt ly returned the fire anti there was a pistol duel but nobody was hurt the burglar making his escape down Main street There is no clue as to who the fellow was but it is sup posed he was a road man was not gained to the build ing as the night watchman came upon the burglar before he had got t V heard the housebreaker as he ran away but no one could describe him and he got away with out leaving the least clue I C Excursion Rates On account of the Southern Bap tist Convention at Louisville May 1320 there will be a round trip rate of 475 made from this point Tickets on sale to u 12 13 good until May 22 for return Reduced rates will be given for the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club May i and 2 a rate of one and onethird fare plus 25c 3 one 250 4 for return May 5 8 12 15 18 20 22 one and onethird fare plus 250 limited two days from sale for return W G CRAWFORD Agent There have been at least a dozen boys after every job that has been floating around this week is circus day j Harbour Head the progressive manager of the Greenville Livery Co reposes to furnish closed car riSe ervjce to and from the show grounds Saturday Telephone will be given careful attention Mr W W Nisbet aged 74 years one of the leading citizens of Mad isonville died at his home there last Sunday from tuberculosis af ter a lingering iIness Jfe was JtS0 heel had many relative in this county Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your money refunded The first rural delivery mail route service will be started from here next Saturday morning covering a route of 25 miles reaching Earles McNary Graham and Depoy This will prove a great convenience to all parties reached and the convenience will grow in appreciation Maggie Bass a young colored woman died at the home of her mother Eliza Bass in the southeast section o the city Monday morning ofgeath being cons rnp tion Interment was in the west Tuesday afternoon S ona Entrance v I p qped trJJ Maye I 1 and r f endcemetery 1 Ift tt ten into the ittriM ArI ersoids by da few peoplc Saturday orders welt l tieits PO x S GREAT WILL EXHIBIT AT Greenville on Saturday May 1 The Show this year is Bigger and Better and in a More Commanding position than ever before to maintain their unrivahd standing and rank and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons MANY ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES p 1t 2 0 7 r LONDON SHOWS i F i j r rf x f OwE js THE KING F BiSTSA m FAMILY THE 3 BABIES BORN IN0 I rMENAGERIE JULY 18 1907 A TH- s A Few of the Many Features You Will See MARIAN SHERIDAN m Her troupe Of PERfORMIM LIONS PROF BUCKLEYS HtRp OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS Largest Elephant in tht World ROSEDAtC THE BEAUTIfUL TEN THOUSAND DOllAR KENTUCKY HORSE JAKE LARGEST GORILLA EVER EXH1BIIED IN AMERICA 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 IncaA fibPItHE tiir Death of Thomas W Rogers Thomas W Rogers in his 39th year died of tuberculosjs af hi hone Jentra1 City at Q a n last Saturday after an Illness of some two years from this dread dis ease For several months he had been confined to his room and was bedridden for many weeks Mr Rogers was well known and liked here where he had lived for something like a year past two years he had lived in Cen tral City where he 33 a building contractor aslcmg ashcatli permitted le is survived hy his wife JutormeiU was in Evergreen cemetery here Sunday afternoon following a service at the Baptist church Both services were attend ed by a very large number of friends and relatives Deceased was a member of local iamb No 11702 M W of A and the burial was conducted by the members under the impressive ceremonies of the order This is the first member of the local camp who has died In her sorrow the widow has the sym pathy of a wide circle ot friends and relatives National lecturer Duffey of Du buque Iowa anfl Mr J PC Haft of oujsviile entertained a large number of Modern Woodmen of America and their friends at the court house last Friday night Both n 1 worked W HI iJIIi t h universally fur tht addresses were well received anti the speakers were paided The camp here Is rapidly and is one of the best in the western part of the Dread of rain Saturday is many a small breast Good bargains can be found at all times on llriss inc counterx Mrs Emma Minu d ed last Thursday afcftoaa at the county poo house where she had been an inmate for some years Hejcjixth was sudden caused by tlic ursting of an abscess in the lung Inter ment was on the farm Friday after Sec R C McCracken if you want concrete work ut any kind The trustees of Evergreen ccmc tery have purchased a commodious tent which will prove a great con venience during the rains and when the sun is broiling hot Many country cemeteries throughout the coanty have been in advance of us here where we have been compelled to stand the Yegthert no matter how disagreeable but we are now in line find the benefits of the n v Horse and stork bills neatly and promptly printed at this office T frequentlyap growing troubling noon andwill equipment T I I state THE ABOVE PICTURE IS A DAILY SCENE WITH THIS SHOW 4QO PEOPLE 50 HORSES AND PONIES Twenty Funny Clowns PROF WHEELERS MILITARY The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from aH nations a startling struggles revelrjeg rying the spectators by storm and Wildly applauded by all J rr f M BAN A Pxogram Extant and ludicrous r BRING THE LITTLE TO SEE ONES BABY AN ENDLESS PROGRAM OF STARTLING EVENTS Believe No FALSE ANNOUNCEMENTS to the Contrary i SEE the FREE SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE Starting from the Show Grounds at 10 a m DAILY 2 AFTERNOON AT 2 OCLOCK NIGHT AT 8 OCLOCK 1 2 PE12F0121 A1 CES ==== Tobacco Markets of Kentucky Tennessee HOIKINSVILLK KV April 26 It is estimated that 75 per cent of the 1908 crop of tobacco in ihis county has been delivered by the farmers either to the association or to independent dealers and a few more weeks of such activity as ruled last week will make short work of the remainder Deliveries were so large that many wagons had to wait over night to be unloaded These were divided between the association prizing houses loose floors and in dependent rehandling houses Sales on the three loose floors of R K Cooper Co II H Aber nathy and J P Thompson Co aggregated about 400000 pounds Prices were strong with indications of an advance Quotations were Lugs common to good 3 25 550 leaf common to good 600 Planters Protective Association has made another reduction in price on the 5000 to 7000 hogsheads of 1907 tobacco yet an hand and quo tations now are Lugs low 400 common 4 50 500 leaf 500 700 On this basis hogsheads were sojil ast week New fur week were 75 hogsheads 5 65 leaf 6 50 1250 It is estimated that the association will handle about 2000 hogsheads here tins year an here crops I Lug o 1 coo the ELEPHANTS CAMELS LIONS MONKEYS i It r I CtARKSVILLE TENN April 6 receipts in the open markeUast week were 459 hogsheads sales 114 The market remains active with a strong demand for all grades ot to bacco There was an increase in the receipts of tobacco at prizing and loose floor warehouses The local salesman of the Dark Tobacco Grow ers Association sold 170 hogsheads of old lugs and trash and have ie duced their stocks on the local about 80 hogsheads the dregs of the crop They also sold 87 hogs heads of the 1908 crop of various grades up to flue leaf at satisfactory prices The foreign orders arc 1 e ginning to come in and trial lots are being made up Henry Jenkins died at poor house Sunday morning fr mf kid ney troubles from which he had long been a sufferer This is the fourth death that has occurred there since the first of the year and is an unusually heavy mortality The body was laid to rest in the grave yard on the farm Attentfon Comrades of CiA R The comrades of J N Post No 17 G A R will meetm Greenville on May 4 to important business connected with the Decoration day exercises to be held on May 30 All members are specially urged to bepresent H C MuCRACKEN Comdr f he market to th transa t t 5 S s x Z t r h s w rY A Paxtonir s s I 7 Furniture WaJUpdwper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrat perrt Slippers Gr Vaults ROARK It 1 I v p t A4 I iiiiiiir a a isxn ec eon MMNOTES BY- JKBAPMTZ SOLICITED traPSIDrAt 0on- nrspoNDtNw 4 Copyrlcht 190J by American rre Afro cjntlon These articles and Illustration must not be reprinted without special pcrtnlitslonJ CHIP THE BOYS GRANDPAP3 READY Matilda when you clt to town Lay In some colic euro Fur Susan Ellen Jlsl writ down Her boys are comln sure Them kids will climb the npple tree An i preen apple snlts The1 double to a horseshoe curve An tilt the uramps an Ilia Co sure to buy nome camphor too An sit tho very best Thom boys you bet will ell bunged up In flghtln hornets nests Yes sit rome real strong arnloo I fear thnt yeller mule la apt to rIck our kids When they around him fool AnE an ore Dr Brown About our comln Tell him hell have a Job or two When tho ell things to hummln him to get a ready on To rojno out on fly bettor keep his boss hitched up To clt hens offul spry Fur when our John an Henry come Theres rarely Romcthln doln Theyve sot us laihln till wo cry Or else theyve got us etewln But I wouldnt Rive a burned red cent Fur boys that aint like colts rlppln roarln round Like human thunderbolts- C M B THE SINGLE COM3 DLACK If you breed pure Black Minorca you ccrtnlnly should be mobbed for a ton tou price for these built ops machines do Iny beau big white eggs Why Its nothing for n fancier with rt correct strain to ISO eggs per lien tier year these eggs averaging six to eight to the pound Youre just right the S O Black Minorca innn rlll be In It when egos ptheSWiiltes their history is traced j 100 years to tho Isle of Minorca in the blue Mediterranean ITcrca n clmncc for those folks thnt want great layers but discard Leg horns because they can fly over a church steeple nnd arent larger than n Bkcetcr not n Jersey skeeter when you come to cat em Mlnorcns are built somewhat on a Leghorn stye wcltb nearly twice ns much are so restless lay as many eggs by weight and their Juicy ten der rjnso fiberetl pink flesh Is by to be as sweet and Rueculcnt rs turkey- S C BLACK MINORCA WEIGHTS Pounds Pounds Cock 9 Hen TTi Cockerel 7ft Pullet 6 i I t Susan ransoms Tell ho r tlfnl I ret Ct tl on01 fir e nosaCombmnek8 intt over not I spit urea I I n see a II MI- NORCA eggs nt perfectly at weightssitt pound and r1 declared THE HTOLEXNE37 110DEL MINORCA SHAPE Tlih beautiful Is n perfectly fihajKd eTp umrhlne as slit standS pun Ml her nest of big eggs Ceil among the fragrant fonts and flowers Arc you n Minorca enthusiast Cant blame you for shouting for a that has been a favorite tot over n century following particulars In breed ing Male should have medium long deep head carried high firm large straight won nix tong pointed single comb following nape of neck dark hazel eyes black beak red face and long round wattles large white aim mid shaped car lobes broad sloping back broad chest full round body stout thighs long strong dark vlate shanks nod toes tall medium size moderately spread curried at nn nn gle of forty degrees and plumage shining greenish black hens breed like our Illustration win cups like all creation FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS Its a mighty careless squab breeder allows rats to multiply overrun the pigeon plant and mangle the breasts of poor defenseless squabs This Is the case when alls are rlgh on the ground Instead of two feet jbove Time hopper that prevents fowls iron frosting recd ions not been Invented 3ur fl Iu objections to hopper feedln of ground fcol are Rainy weather the feed cj cjens scatter it on ground and also tires It to the later vessels and the water gets sour over bit v 4 5 oull tc aids t f a I Iffo t j o II hen a breed- S 4i our r 1 s t Fur andy fir I r who s r the r w 4- a y t r 4 i J t Imprr of tlC ice the year arc plncwl nt STiiKWotX while the export j trade was than TiQuGUO The Job of leaching thi calf to drink Is Hlmplllird iiilt n Lilt If the clump h nut nllmvnl to sucl the cow nt till This plan IH ulrfo Jusl ns well for the ns slit Is nut so like ly to hold up her as she Is If the calf Is nllowifi to suck for three four days A full stand of small gratin or corn nut may means mere dollars al havvort time but big thunksuf nil through the growing and ilponing mica son It IH fair to assume too that land feels morn respectable wider those cond II Ions than when disfigured wilh n multitude f weeds Conshleiing the fact that the value of n pasture wlnely will run all the way from S to 12 nn season the pasture question Is one that should receive more allonttor than Is usually given to It Voll han dled It should bo one of the most profitable factors In the forum manaje ment A Minnesota farmers eooperntlve cnamery I uirirliT Its organization not only fr the bu termaklns bul proper halt for t o rpenitlun f n cow exfhatiKo by menus whit h own ers who have rows they want In bring thou to the orpimory where they may hi ted cold pur chased by those In nerd cows Dry farming Is that typo of soil cul tivation which Is carried on In Kccll i whore the annual rJilnfaU is fifteen inches or less and where the moisture necessary for the inn luring of n crop Is conserved soil stored by deep plow lug anti frequents cultivations whKh keep the surface soil mellow enabling It to retain a maximum amount f that molMurv which falls as rain amid tend 1 lug to Increase the amount of moisture which rl s front the subsoil to time cultivated zone It Ij n pretty mire proposition that chronically bad mads anywhere keep land values bulow what they would othcrwlse be Such condition Is ii part due to the handicap which own ers nn confronted with In hunting their produce to market while there Is little question that Ihe mere pearance of the highways hay a Influence with a pntspct tiro purchaser In causing him to arrive at aif estimate of what he considers u piece of land In such a poor roads worth An cud feature In the practice of Norman tenant farmers Is that often their leases entitle carry pff from nfhfurwnenTlTpy leave It a Wot or so of the rich black surface soil time equity of the procedure seeming to lie In the tact that since ho tins been to considerable papas and expense tj tht soil he Is entitled to n certain portion of It when he moves to an other place It renters In this country were doing n little more of this hug ness of carrying soil fertility around with them Instead of as a class being soil Impovcrlshon time condition o things would he a hood deal hotter nil parties Involved than it Is tcUiy An honest writer In nn advertising folder Issued by n western railroad company for the purpose of exploiting the lands tributary to its lines III ills cussing the question of q possible over doing of this apple business in the mountain and Pacific make the pertinent suggestion thnt to avoid the danger of such n condition only the best varieties of i apples should be planted now those that because of their exceptional appearance and qual Its rre bound to fetch good prices even If the market Is drugged with poorer apples The point Is wet taken and should be kept lu view not only by those In tho west also by those lu cast who arc about to set now orchard tracts There h no time whet the work of giving the young orchard trees low heads and sturdy branching limbs can be done so ns at the time when they are first set out If time young trees ns they crone from time nursery are tall nnd spindly thy be cut back so as to leave u trunk of the height YhIle thlx may seen harsh treatment the result will be sturdy lateral branches will lie sot out and n good head started when noth lug of the kind would he possible were the tree allowed to continue its growth uninterrupted Time finishing of thin Job may have to be carried through BoyijraJ seasons anti the amount that from time to time wjjl bp Indicated sumo what by the habit of growth of tin tree and the definite Ideal or type of tree which the orcimrdlst may have iu While the JJolstcJn cow JVs Cojanthn molds the worlds ret ord to far as miltt and butter produc tlon during any given year M pC rerncc the Jersey row Jacobs Irene lies completed n three years production that hits never teen ez relied During the year 1000 she gave 11S9I pounds of milk which tested S4t and produced C19 pounds of hut ter fat In 1007 she gave 14 2Vi pounds of S53 per cent mill which showed 702 pounds of butter fat while year her milk yield was 172T3 pounds testing 5KJ and giving 051 pounds of butter fat or the equivalent of 1122 pounds of 85 per cent butter Added to this remarkable continuous milk giv ing performance Jacoba Irene has produced three healthy calves which makes her record the more remarka Lila Many will watch with Interest to ice It her 1009 record Is nn improve ment on that of 1003 C lass sow o tnllinn h 1IIIU1 fit ut I fir nIt th111 to states the easily mJnJ1 H fro 1 ryif I t I t r t hilt Ill lit till sat acree per ness dispose spec cone locality enrich but shout desired tha vert Ira will peel ins f The prmluully Increasing prle of com rlurtai the past tlireo yours Is quire itrurntily lodtctPd In de cream In time exports of the torual Tho exports for IIXIQ wore 102JHS17 bushels In 1C07 83 00 72 bnahels while durlTig IOCS but 87377717 bush cla were abroad One farmer llvlnjj tluvo or four miles Twin Pails Ida reports three irojw of n falfa from n forty m rs tract that niotumrcd iu time stack ten touts per micro This IM etilcnlatod to sin the eastern sn nirr who t rug gla bard to cure two tons acre In a swiHon a sort of tired fooling Complaint Is being made In several mates that shtpmonts of orimmontnl slmibs and plants from Holland and Franco are homily lnfotrd with eggs of the brown tailed moth Of forty three shipments Into one chile Inspec tion by state officers showed that tvrontyune lore lufosted with the pest Msllmalon IWUPI by the crop report Ing hoard of the department of ngrl culture give the amount of corn in the farmers hands en March 1 1000 as Jl per rent of crop equiv alent 10 UM77tttooo bushels It Is os Mutated tint 21 8 per cent cf this amount will bo s I F lied out of th countleu In which U was rrown The IncreaWd attention doro tod to the lag of alfalfa hiss resulted lu the putting c the uinrkrt of an alfal fa cultivator which works on the disk fashion but lilts spiked teeth In place of the disk blades It Is salt that till now machiuo loot ens tho stir face soil thoroughly mul kills the Woed3 wthnut porlotwly Injuring the alfalfa roots A good runny farmers havc ndaptcd the of sowing sonic clover with nil small and the Idea Is an eretoit one The practice Is even If time clover Is plowed un tier In time fall To give best results It should be allowed to grow time second n crop being taken oft in tune nid time second growth plowed under In the fall when the well developed root systems will add materially to the nitrogen supply of the soil Wisconsin frieiula ct good roods fool that quite a stop was taken along the line of seeing sonic of their hopes real ized whoa an amendment to the con stitution was adopted loot November authorizing state aid for tho building and improving of public roads and highways If the state ad thus au thorized Is done under proper supervi sion benefit will come net only from the roads directly Improved Lint nn ob ject lesson be givon roaduper tlsors ovcr t liejunta ushfch sUotfl aid tiiera in the work under their charge It Is only fair to state the truth about sugar beets in their relation to n maintenance of soil fortuity and that Is that thoy take from the soil a smaller amount of fertilizing ele meats than do potatoes cabbage or ctrl much lose than wheat or oats and only about as tmuli as timothy hay The frequeut cultiva tines of time soil which accompany time growing of beets put It In Ideal con Hilton for any succeeding crop In n rotation containing clover alfalfa peas or beets would work in nicely In fact could hardly be im proved upon as a tilled crop That tuicrcnlrals his considerable capacity to spread is shown In the ex pcrlonre of cue northern dairyman whose herd at the first testing euowed twelve Infected anitnnh cut of fifty nine head He failed to take action with n view to dfepiwlug of the dis eased animals and when some tlmo later n sccrnd tuberculin test was ap plied rlstyseven animals rut of n hun dred hire evidence of bolng affected with the malady This Instance could doubtless le duplicated In the experi cote cf hundreds who are following the dallying pcllcy to rate a feW dot lutes at the start but who will find their richly III dealing with rltua lion in the end bcth costly anti trying Tho cumulative evidence rirllvp to the operation of time milking machine wouUl room to Irdlcate Unit it Li nn Improvement which ions como to rtny A inimhcr of wSUij have bee and tabulated mulor time tloi of tho VIsconfiIn experiment eta lion show results which are en the wilde very favorable the machines bring 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