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fll iMiii lyptUeuditc p c M ctllUtan qHcM W i Kl Sample t fstlua tlili flraoricanPholoprapjy I G 1 1hotorrnuity Intents IodrtIodr dHraaC a late amp I y et i fie on t e lau 1fl fit Typewriter ribbons paper carbon supplies and repairs ot all kinds at this office It is a very serious matter to ask for medicine end hae th wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the gcnuins Liver Medicine- The reputation of tuna old relia ble fir coiotipatlon in and lirtrouble is firm ly established It does net imitate other riedicr s It is better thsn others or it would not be tIle fa than ell others Typewriter supplies ril bans of all vat this office r Ver Serious Iole gL iMCg iB AiG1i met cil I I with n IN sM t po per kind 5fY f T6 RED ORD3 o l vcr to lives tt cab corbinrd SfiLD TOWN etc FOR COUGHS f I THE WONDER WORKERI I t FOR OUCtSB OLDS Muhlenberg County I Is rich in coal iron tifaber potters thy and the most inviting field in Ken1 I tucky for investment ofcapital and Ohriil Utll rr f etc t VOL XI NO 13 KY THURSDAY MAY G Jon SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE GREENVILLE EAST LONDON KY MATTHEW ARNOLD JThls Is one of the Uncut sonnets by Matthew the HOII of the celebrated Thomas Ar nold f HitKby HP U celebrated not only ns u but inure u a prone critic awns August nod tilt fierce situ overhead Smote on the hmmlld streets of Dethnal Grreu And the pale weaver through lib vltidovH In Snltnttleltltf lucked thrice dispirited I met n preacher there I knew mid said 111 and oervvorkctl how fare you In Hcon- ellmvoly HAlil he fur I of Into hove been Much cheered with thoughts of Christ the living bread 0 human MOU nw lung as thou cannt tart up a mark of everlasting light Above the liowUnp souses ebb nod llo y To miser thee nod to right thce if thou roam rut with lost toil thou laboroat through the night Thou nmkVt the heaven thou hophl indeed thy home Uremia One of the most dreadful forms that autointoxication or selfpois oning can take is that known as uremia so called because it has been thought to be caused chiefly by urea one of the waste products of assimilation which it is the prow ince of the kidneys to remove This however is only a surmise No one really knows what poison ous substance is the direct cause of uremia kidneys perform such important and necessary work in the economy of the body that which causes them to their job is a serious matter and a refusal or an inability on their part to work at all is specially fatal Uremia is almost always the re suIt of a diseased state of kidneys A healthy kidney does its work faithfully and gets rid of poisons before they can do any haim but diseased kidneys and especially afflicted with Bnghts disease come to the time when they are no longer equal to their task when day by day the special poisons it is their function to discard accumu late until they are present in such force that they are able to over ft ithrbw the whole economy V uremia which is as a they are overtaken by pncu rrtonia or some other acute trouble But some persons who have been apparently in good health and have never suspected themselves vprbeen suspected of kidney trouble develop urenic symptoms suddenly and in these casesactive started at once may re them to health at least for a time This is a reason why signs of urenia should be recognized at especially by persons who have the care of sick people Extreme drowsiness associated with headache and vomiting should always be suspected and iramcdi steps taken to start the kidneys to work or to set other organs to work to help them out by strong Tpurging sweating The first symptoms may take the form ofa convulsion of complete uncon sciousness and of mania but the more gradual onset is the more common The drowsiness gradually becomes more and more marked until it deep cuB into coma which grows more and more profound until death comes unless the active treatment is successfulSometimes bleeding is resorted to under the theory that some of the poison is in the blood and that if a deal of it can be removed and then salt solution injected into the same vein the blood remaining in the body will be diluted and the poison consequently awakened The British have so greatly im proved the Whitehead torpedo that the latest type which has a diam eter of 21 inches is having maintained an average speed of3i knots over a range of 7000 yards The drawback limiting the usefulness of this weapon is that its increased diam titer and length will necessitate the entire reconstruction of torpedo launching gear on all existing ships to which it may be furnished For the Dreadnoughts however it will be entiteiy available Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Imimcnt not burn or blister and relieves pain in a fcw For sale ttoyjaryis Williams r y Give y rfUr job printing1 ordes poet r seen r Ill l r a ttshirk J J cases o 0 t f ort Yi r tontgom 4 treatment store c i i and even t 1 creditedwIth reallywonderful i i l 1 1 t1 JtTHE IIiCORJ 7 t 1 j t I i j N C this w Flit anything kidneys J t MBri ht s disease tit na I unless anY r I once 4 Z ate r h beat 1 e b new r doffs minutes a s a t Seileice Senwis The time to give most is when it hurts most to give The pretense of piety makes a reality of impiety Faith is following truth even though no one sees you The absences of the divine arc always due to our blindness All our aspiration has to be meas ured by our perspiration Reform is a matter of rather than of uprooting Some are so anxious to be good that they good for nothing Measure the appreciation you by that which you desire The religion that cannot live in business has no business to live Lives are to be measured by their outgoings not by their income The finest private goodness grows out of devotion to public welfare One of the most popular ways of dodging duty is to write a book de scribing it You may know how heaven monty when you see the peo pIe who have it have done least to sin always want to do most in punishing it Some are sure they arc because they can think only in diminutivesMany that rails at indulgences is eager for mental anesthesiaWhen church acts as an um it usually waits until the cup has been stolen The1 people who seem to have on brain usually have nqT brains iri tfieir religion When your neighbors wish were in heaven you may be suue you are not headed that way The only hope some have of stay in their heaven i that no wind will arise to blow any chaff oats where are looking riot you never reap them under those conditions Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment does not do all that is claimed for it your money will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams Among the advantages of the use of steel in passenger car construc tion are the following It reduces the risk of accident it is more avail able than wood it is easier to work it produces a simpler and more ar tistic appearance it is easier to keep clean and when properly de steel car weighs no more than one of wood Forthe same capacity it costs than a wooden car its life is longer and finally the cost of damage suits aris ing from accidents is considerably less Get a set pf pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked ip call for a look f It is estimated that three and a million wooden poles used by electric companies in this country require renewal each year These poles are perfectly sound except at the ground line and as it costs more to a pole than to set a new pole a scheme of reinforcing the poles with concrete has recently been devised it consists in bridg ing the weakened part with rein forcing rods driven into the pole above and below the decayed Concrete is then molded around the pole over the rods In this way the pole can be rendered stronger than it was originally and at very little Many a man counts his life a success when its freedom from fail ure is due to absence of endeavor Simple in the display of hu mar justice would make unnecessary any arguments for the divide justice Anything you want in reading matter no difference where publish ed can be promptly supplied by this office reinvigoration are regards Theywho prevent humble 0 lOp YetI none FREEIf signeda n portion even expense r f ri i bestow men bibulous pare religion the sufficient over the alls may t aink you sown your wild more half renew reinforce deal M The YetttlTs CoapaBion for 1909 The amount of good reading subscribers to The Youths panion during the year indicated by the following summary of contents for Ig09 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 Stones Including Six Serial Stories Humor ous Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism 1000 UptoDdte Notes On Current Events Recent in the World of Science and Nature Important Matters in Poli bets and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Inlmitabl Domestic Sketches Bits of Humor and Miscellany The Wccckly 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 for 1909 In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley Boston Mass If you want job printing the best can be had at this office WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE rc the services of a nan in to look subscriptions and to scdure new business by means of special unusually effective position prefer one r pcnence but consider any ipplir nt with good natural qualifications sal J option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York given- to Corn Anecdotes Selected ArtI- cle quires Greenville after the xpiring ti i Business Discoveries remaining Street f methods permanent with would arytSopcrday tirtteo mlar D2 J W BARLOW l I 1 C3 Crown Urldgo Work done rfu reasonable OQlce upstair In theJoneafiulIAJngGreenville Ky DR T J 8LATJSN- r liy lclnn and Surgeon Office Malnorow street near Mnhtbtrcet 16 CAM HOWARD WADE It GRAY ISOVASD Office la Grt BolUlof opposite taJliaJe Hcltl DR LCUELLA HELT LE- YOSTEOPATHf Office at Home East Maincro Street Telcplioiio No We Ship best quality liid and Garden Seeds direct to fa niers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Seed Oats Seed Corn Cant K Millct Cow Peas Sbja Beans 1j smuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage 11 t ts taro and Touiato Slips Of fin Sets Garden Beans Garden Wens nil kinds Garden Field FlowcrvVV seeds Land Plaster anti FdftUfecrsv Write us for prices and State what you want NASHVILLE SE CO 215 Second North NASHVILLE TENN TilE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED Motion Route Announces NrrSchedule of Fares One Way and Ro udJrip1 The Mpnnn Routs anon L that it will henceforth sell ticket Between iouMviKe afid CRlcrtgoJ t 6 one are offered exceptionally ghod ser vice by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville qpcrates and Drawingrroom Pull mans as well as the straight sleeper Jhe day haVe Par lor and Dijmiij nrs and the very finest modern new In quiries cheerfully answered H Bacon D P Louisville Concrete Wor6 Contracted I am prepared to Jo pavement and other work arid shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used In base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every pnicu Give me opportunity to bid on your cpiitracU V D 2 prices iRAY9 LArYER I 7S SBEDS Sc p I f l tees J f ItS liH i t fk I 1 iT 1 J usual conches byE A concrete Iar R C KEN I t and c Clovers Grass anti Its f Avenue t w nt ftrlnerlf 2 returning lit5tL n 1 6 ltt Compartment trains 1yy tin sit l 7 Cit i OF CURES it J w 9 KING FOR THROATI PoiHtry Fence C HOWARD CO Thd most that IMS yet been made is the auiotimiici on display at Rrtnrk Novhinjflilfi ever seen here Call and havea luck K j We Yon 5 to fao Cardol for fcmslo troubles bocauce we sro suro will h 4 ou Kcme rier that j fcs 232i icmslo remedy LM brctj h rcJcf to iliDusaidaof p jiher sfcJc xomen so why not to vo For headache Is have said tt Is ths medicine to takes Try It dli IE TliM Ci r r gj Wallpaper in cmlksj variety at Roarks at nmtuiilciis bargain prices v v 60 EXPERIENCE TBADS MARKS DESIGNS r v COPYHIOHTS tC a Lclrh end our otmifii i invention in vroimMy pnicnf M n Comhintilrn tlons on 1ntontj ecnt free licst for tcrj riiri aionts Tnicnta taken tnrouaU Bliiru V to rctclTO cnluiuu df iii four iiii n o l prfcir iltii JiTtuil boiUbyull ncwMiml Branch OTlco CS3 1 CL Vaihliyton U c 1 r7 yJJ 1 in1 f baa I a 1 rV j t4a fit 6practicnl chair I En it m mAt Wr Jdratj J kachc Jl p 1ess ie b I IiI r DlmOt d fotk4 chnreo iu the SCf nUfGe n i a a I 41 mUNfJ WT7 r KJ TUB COUOiil AND CURE iHE IUNCe WITH r GIl1 Dic I aiin Leekaura taay rtRlfto n trS1e u r f- tu an rer tt4IONrv o co1 ata a 4 your it- t tlL t i i b icirro weak natty tt and YEARS s Anyone sending description mop nn tttthuut 9 i tree kI r ionic Vt n poor E Jt1 ell saaRVrcisrtacroytsa an g9Q vwt G Arm All THROAT GUARANTEED SATI FACcOBs- On ItEPUNDED r rf A11D LUlt1TROUBLES MONEY r INC5S O OLDS Pj AND LUNGS 11 4 IEWDISCOVERY l FO AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUJJlONIA iJ I had the debilitating cough a mortal was ever icted with and friends that when I left my bed it would surely be for grave Our doctor pronounced my cas but be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me eo completely that I am all Bound and wel MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown lad 1111 q Price 50c and 100 SOLUIELYGUARANT a1Bltil Fr liB SOLD AND GU RAJTEED All Druggists t COUGHS most a e4 zY incurs thanks l BYJ rnrcr ECo A 103 Trial Bottle Free VMkJffi 9s Friend Jmore constantly than others B Jiaya or whether suffer intensely should tako Wine of Cardui and get prepared from harmless vegetable It acts easily on the organs strength and tone to tho whole system r I 1 of San r Tex tried CtrduL SM writes i lIlY housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES r o clit Wmm Nearly all women suffer at tunes female Some women little you is a safe natural medicine for women gives It Ute n lrI Cnrdui has done Moro for me than I can describe LMt z was taken with female inflammation doe no avail so X took Cardui and inside three days I le t 4 front suffer more acutely and t W ti u r G dui se entifically ingredients and a Wjoiic Y a Verna Wallace s and consulted a torfbtttfo of waa s Jfomri The J L RoarkEatate furniture d itcra aB4 uaicrtikeraii to1 equip tnbntiri tie uMertdkfng department a FreBcis EdgravVrig JHadniiiej ai illiwtratcd Tata machine is one Qf tbavXryjfw in the State ahd g6 y to show Ute progressive spirit of the t in pijovidihg eqUipmcHt gentrally paii erei accessary xulyio the larger cities With maqkine the firm writ able to supply ndivldually engraved casket niWd plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed the city undertakers make a change bf for suck plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been ia the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty and the perfect work it does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of every character engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment this territory The firm hstH6 only liCensed embalmer in the county a fine fufaeral car largest Stocks of coffins caskets rObes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment lot saititary work and aisirifeciion To provide the best in every branch is the tart study of the ana the generous appreciation shown by the public lus cuusedstill deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give cjustnjtly Improving service and on the most favorable basis With this ia view ether features will be added time to time as they appear The PiunciS is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to special iitvitaUcrnto call atany time and see the machine Officers W A Vickliffe President C E Martin Vice Press dent John T Reynolds Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier Directors W A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Remolds Jr EdS c E Martin Geo W iEu ra ihg Jttrl1 r a IP3n this And car be practicing from of racter and all public f 16a a f Jr t T 0 ctIi t fI i otr t E r r h ded Its now be F J 4 aion and any The is given 5xsk5T- eerTb8 Y etude I t Wood Martina 7 r THE RECORD An Independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS OKIKM L POAIIK Secretary ORIEX Is ROARK EDITOR lenjOlstancf Telephone No 72 OlHcc rear of ground floor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IX ADVANCE The prim of the jmnrr In ble in Arirniirr and when the lluir him expired to wblcJi It I the paper will lx Cards of thank nliltnnnr imtlpra etc If not longer than ten will W published free A charm of V per Hue will be made for uccce d No of thU rule to nnjrot Tree sample copies will be mailed AdTrrtUtnentn will b Inserted A rate will he furnlnhed no rwinest- AildreK MllcnmniunlrMiun and make Ml re mltUncea payable to KEmiU PIIKSS Greenville Ky THURSDAY MAY 6 1589 l the Oreeu llle Kypo tonice n econdckvi a matter ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authcrlied to announce WALTER C KlMMEr A ertndlitnte for Hhrrlff of Muhlenbcri county ubjert to the action of the Republican party rnn nncrir cornt CLKHK TT Mithorlwd to announce S CUKD- n an Mdate frtrreflfctlon to the office of Clerk of the Mwhlenberjr Circuit Court mtbjecl to the action of the Republican party FOm OOCKTT COtKTCLtnK- TV ate a ihorlxe l to announce F II LEWIS A randMae for reelection to the offlc of County of Muhlenb Tir county wub J el tothr of the Republican party W are auihorlxed to announce OEO JT YORK a candidate for reelection to the office of Jiiller subject to the action of the Republican party Tobacco Markets if Keitucky aaJ Tennessee HOPKINSVILIE KY May 3 The past week on the local tobac co market was a bullish one the high price for the season on loose tobacco being recorded on Thurs day when some highclass leaf brought 1275 Per hundred on the loose floor Other grades sold well and as the demand shows no sign of decreasing indications are that prices will remain firm if they do not go still higher throughout the season which is now rapidly ap Ihe end so far as loose V T tit u utiTi cvJ Tlic wCTrtUa vfcH wai fairly faVorable for dliiig tobacco and receipts were good The local for the Irptectiye sold ninetyhve hogsheads of the 1007 crop and fourteen hogsheads of the jie r tobacco the latter bringing from 6 to 10 There is now less than 300 hogshead of the old crop on hand and at the reduced prices at which this is being offered it is expected to sell readily Receipts of the crop up to this time amount to 1694 hogsheads On the three loose floors of R E Cooper Co J 1 Thompson Co and H H Abernathy the sales showed a smart decrease the total being about 200000 pounds Prices ranged fron 3 to 550 for lugs andjrora 6 to ra75 for leaf CLARKSVJLLE TENN May The tobacco market continues acr live with a good demand for all grade The receipts the open KHiOThefrwcre oj hogsheads sales S- atfvkeads The loose sales were Uig4rt but prices reported high for the kind of offerings Tile local salesman of the Park Tobacco Growers Association told 207 hogsheads of the new cropfal vided about equally between IJgwt and heavyweight hogsheads all tit satisfactory prices Cables are re ported coming from London stating that 1arliment has suddenly raised the duty leaf tobacco from 73 hundred pounds to 88 per hun dred For Piles use Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment 250 size If it does not give relief or cure you jour will be refunded For sale by Jarvis Williams WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE re quires the services of a man Greenville to look after the expiring subscriptions and to new business by means of special meth ods unusually effective position per but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications ary 150 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Bldjj New York TME RECORD 590 per year rIIt 1 r ti r tJ- tI h W v TltVKhDATa nT Prertdent la new nnnex tore i t line rlallon card q r Jla terre a con IIlnRlrr are C Cwal Clerk 1t action 101 1 to even I J r s p iatiop J i In k- tin tJ 1 per II t j n r P o I j I I t iI t iHe 0 J i Y oFJIfc II 7 J oi 1 1Vh i rltfUMlan Owrx ipa rte TRKM paid log lines A f 71tLiin r M e Ike week y 4t salesman Planter hiss r r ate b tat t b f money i secure a experienceSsal- t 7- y t Magazine r fi tizti x k Sentence Sermons Love never has to advertise for a jv b Saiiits arc never seen by in mirrors Faith never travels fur when it forgets the facts No man knows the truth who wants to patent it The way to be faithful to truth is to follow it Every gift is measured by its real cost to the giver The greatest verities ore found by loyalty to small truths Riches become dangerous o ly when rooted in our affections The baggage car docs not go through on the heavenly train A great deal of public generosity hides a lot of private meanness The large hearted always see large qualities in their friends Whatever is given by the hand is more than gained by the heart The only way to fill the harvest ers wagon is to empty the sowers bagEvery mans view of this world is better for his being blind to some of it It often happens that the mmish ment we think is remitted is only ripeningIt more than Sunday dreams of heaven to make a heavenly week Sonic people have a way of for others that makes them pre cursingThe who inherit the earth do get their title to it by in the dust Some seem to think the best of being the salt of the earth is ability to make folks smart The most popular religious delus ion of our is that discussing duties U the same thing as doing them Mr Chas W Roark is local resentative of some of the best fire insurance companies and will ap preciate your business which will be cared for promptly and in the very best Wool Pod Notice To all who to pool heir in Muhlcnberg county you are requested to sign the wool pledges that are now being Cir culated and send themlo me at is important that I know fey that time what we going to have I that prospects are good for an early sale at good prices so dont fool your away as some have Already done but if you think that you just have to sell it see me first as I am not afraid to pay more money than present selling prices and put it in the pool myself lint remember the growers are entitled to all there is in it Certainly you should have courage enough to what is due you I have de cided on May 3122 as general de livery days so let all bring your wool accordingly to our tobacco houses at Greenville on these two days We will try to arrange to have it taken up graded and paid for at this time I think we should have at least one good carload in thjs so it can be shipped di rest to the mills jf 50 desired There are at present many buyers figuring On buying the Kentucky J F Poss Chra M C U 4 S of E Qn account of the Southern Bap tist Convention at Louisville May 13 0 there wjjl be a roupd trip rate 6f 4 t this point Tickets tm jralertro f i aappji goog until May 22 for Reduced rates will be given the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club May r and 2 a rate of one and onethird fare plus 250 limited to May 23 for return May 3 one fare plus 25c limited to May 4 for return 8 12 15 18 20 22 one and onethird fare plus 350 limited two days front sklc return W C QRAWORD Agent MafcJenkit Circuit Girt Kentucky U A Allen Administrate lift vs Clarence Allen et al deft This case having been submitted to the master commissioner of claims All persons having any claims against the estate of T Allen deceased are hereby notified to present same properly proven before me at my office in Greenville Ky on or before Wednesday the 5th day of May 1909- J sW A v H I J not crawling flay rep J 1 on or uef to It willsa wool pool J s laf return Fur May 5 fR- l 10 Iates CI C C i i i FE s searching praying evidence mannerS expect wool ore I11ay are demand Pool csC CMr6fnN aadeafro aL r M MURPHYS LAKE AND ITS TRADITIONS IN POUR CHARTERS BY OTTO A ROTHERT CIIAPTICIl I Some riuiieuiM ninl LmitltuarlK of the Olii Illnrly Ncljthtmrltoott and the Upper rmiil Itlvur Country CIlMTUU 11Tlie Luke and SiltruiilKlliiR- aUHUTKU III TnuUtloim of ttiu tnllet- illAimBH IV The Legend of taw Allot Hill CHAPTER III The west bank of Fishermans Bend of Murphys Lake has for al most a century been a favorite camping place for festive fishing parlies While it is true that wag onloads of cats have been caught in this part of the lake there is no doubt that many a fish story now circulating through the country on its shores Some of the tales are amusing and usually swat and all by those listeners who do not realize that it is a fishermans privilege to from actual facts regarding fish The fish of Murphys Lake seem to be as plentiful as ever But the game like the forests is disappear ing fast In fact rabbits and are the only wild animals now as numerous as they were in the days of the pioneers The Old Pigeon Roost on Pond River some unites below the lake has not been visited by wild pigeons since the early sixties In olden times It is said these birds roosted there by the millions and frequently while flying around the sun even more than the blackest cloud The deer and the bear too arc things of thp past WjJjJ turkeys are rapidly disappearing and so are the squirrels In olden times game was a great pest because of its abundance while today its scarcity makes its finding a groat pleasure for our sportsmen There are some interesting stories now being told regarding the dam age done to the corn fields in the early days by the wild turkeys and squirrels Corn was then more or less subject to destruction by these robbers from the time it was plant ed to the day t gathered In that connection there is a tradition that is usually refcrredto as Tale of the TailsVjiaccordin jto which this irf 18457 declared a war on1 the wild turkeys squirrels Toni Murphy and Joe C ftey nolds were selected captains to fight a prolonged battle against these foes of the firmer leader choose aHcquul number of men and boys for ins company It was agreed that after sixty days of bombard merit the two captains and their shouters were to return to a desig misted camp between Murphys Lake and Old Liberty The company bringing the smallest number of scalps that is tails was to prepare a barbecue for the entire neighbor hood When the fight began those who could procure no shot guns or rifles marched along depending on sticks and stones for their amunttion For months the old muzzleloaders scattered lead in pvery direction and everything small that could be picked up and was fired at the corn field enemy Reports differ as to how many squirrels and turkeys were slaughter ed in thjs great battle One fishermap grandfather was then a mere boy declares that lop a horse and landslide busy every Jay and most every nigbf mAr two months parrying tails IP Aliirphys headquarters and the rkortf Q ly knows how many others werp kept busy qn the same job Facts usually undergo some Changes in the hands of tradition and has therefore been supposed by some that the lulls referred g by this grandson were in reality tales or daily reports carried to Tom Mur phys camp to keep that captain in formed regard to the movements of his own and his rivals progress espy aN versions agree that K there was a fcrrfbje nighf pf fur and feather tails displayed aj the barbecue and that Tom lur phy and his PrOwfl haying brought in tits largest number of uscajpaN were that day crowned the kings of the killing next year so the story runs and for many years 3fler farmer in the neighborhood raised rnore porn than Garter had oats Hcjfcept when the prows wpre bad It is now proposed a weir on prows be declared in which new shot guns and not the readytoberetired scare crows should take part I Itt originated lowedcork eager deviate possums wouldscreen tt ttthe Itch two thrown tr it in At Tat ever t f X o a4 was nci hhoTob and I enthusiastic whose t ranpg 1lh e t The black crows have repeatedly ignored and insulted the dignity of the official scare crows which nevertheless faithfully stood and still at their post trying to perform their duty as field guards through sunshine and rain Far in and out That declaration of war should it come will be a sad day for all living crows and also for all black birds which not only carry the color but arc equally the same corn Heres hoping that these birds will prove they are doing more good by eating worms insects and weed seeds than they anti doing harm new ly planted grain Many of the campers and other pioneers and of the local peo pie have left more or less suggestive impressions on the trees surround ing Murphys Lake But their marks no matter how wcl carved will soon and forgotten for the forest is rapidly cut down and with its trees will disappear the dates names and initials placed on their trunks Among many distinct letters I recall seeing are these J C 1863 T Reddick 1865 L M O 1869 T J L 1875 R T Ewiiic 1888 G H S A and A V S We also a number of rough outlines of hearts heads and hands each sqme initials There is of course nothing about such marks to circumstances with heir being carved on these trees However beach bearing the inscription J H Jones April 31 WATEU HOUND suggests much in its few words Its explanations reveals the fact that is more real truth than Orlando poetry in tjlis short state mint The story told in the neighbor hood is one day while J H Jones and J S Atkinson Jr were rambling in the woods a short dis lance above the lake they were sud denly caught in a rise or freshet the depth of which made it impossible for to wade out of the bottom In the ot the confusion they a slightly elevated knoll near byl After succeeding in reach ing this dry spot they began calling for help Their shouts were flnaK Iv answered by Jl Nv Stivers whcP wjjjle Rely saddled tnule started in the direction from which the cry paipr arid some difficulty rcachjei two water bound if was impossible to tale but of the bottom on the at time So while Silvers tfaa making the trip with At kinson Junes waited the return of the passing the time record ing on a beech an experience which on day bc n very vividly pressed upon his mind and which is to this day still impressed upon tree Murphys Likj has also been thr scene of some unfortunate accidents tae oC these was of recent date On August 6th 1904 TheodiTi Moore aged seventeen while cutting timber near Out Off Slough was struck by a limb falling from a sweet gum tree from the effects of whipl the next ay Another of its tragedies was the drowning of Lindsey Spurlin and Ellington Eadcs on the 5th of July 1866 which story I shall now try to repeat t J you Ellington fades was a boy of nineteen a son of R W lades and a brother to C E Eades Lindsey Spqrjin was a man of about fifty a nephew of Tom Murphy and a brother to Rev James Spurlin A partypf five men was at the lake seining The crowd consisted Hvn wfop were drowped and John rind Alfred Luckett and Theodore Spurlin Their nets having become entangled in some way Ellington JaJc8 w0ded lain water to straighten them out While thus engaged cramp caused him to lose all control of himself Lindsey Spurlin quickly jumped into the lake to help his sinking friend But in his attempt both were drowned and bnAWRl 4Q the bo om Their companions on horesiimmediatcly made every effort save them and failng they tried to locate the bodies Theodore Spurlin in the mean time ran to the Pace home about a mile distant and there informed Wllljam and d pace of the terri ble accident William and Theq lore hastily bridled a horse grazing pear the house straddled the animal rushed to the rescue Rd Pace fol lowed and kept up with the two ers by holding to the horses a tt 1J damagingto beating man begone It ItS ttE indicate J one I that o I lie his ni mule hid visibly the he died f to t p rid J r 4 J T 10 1 t stand year crows interesting the tt t noticed enclosing any connected them midst discovered repeated fir n his heardYafri cfy acre S immedi after the vie- t both flooded one rescuer that tin i the tails 1 Sam Murphv he three going down the it ic 1 way In such a ludicrous v i i suspecting that something traordinary had joined in the chase He at lids trouser buckle but pulled out the running shirt to the tail he then held In this manner each holding his grip the four continued their run over the road and through the woods until almost exhausted they reached the scene of the distress In emergencies all customs arc disregarded in consequence of which we often unknowingly in many unusual and laughable acts These four men were not in the least concerned about their mode of trying to save time and showing their willingness to a helping hand Under the they could not have a better way Upon their arrival the bodies of the drowned men had not yet been located Diving was almost impos sible for the bottom of the lake was filled with old limbs However while the other men were busily in sounding and dragging with hickory forks William Pace made a number of careful dives into its treacherous depth He finally found the objects of their search tightened in some snags After considerable effort he loosened the bodies and brought them to the shore Altho more than an hour had passed since the two men sank their friends patiently corked on the two breathless bodies hoping to life But all in vain Since that day the story of their sad and sudden ending has been retold by many a of Fishermans Bend not one of whom likely realized that he might then and there be sitting on the very saute shore which these two men sailed over the Great Lake to the Great Beyond NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS Now time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 4 1144 cures cholera gapes roup canker anti limberneck When foci as a preventive it not keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price 5oc No cure no pay gurantecd yoar druggists JarvIs WiUiams Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet jon diseases of poultry 3m Have You Been Stuck r mans ofwhich participate peculiar offer improvised tangledand sunken toldand isthe ul b y p 5 5 hoeing occurred grabbed instead circumstances engaged nevertheless restore fisherman on a Wallpaper TEe man who buys without looking around is liable to be held up sharply as above It is no good to grieve over wasted dollars as this fellow is doing after being done Come in to us first or time Jfyuy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to money wher ever you may purchase THE J L ROARK Jf urntturc uaaUiiaucr ft GREENVILLE KY New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ice place this office id position to command your job printing lastany j U save ESTATE ctfrt hers 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Orleans Special 105 Paducah Local Freight lllSnm 400 in 315pm 1340pm 340pm 710am Nor 2i 1908 WiOCnAwrono Agt LOST DAYS 11Y DANTE QADUIEL nOSSETTl Dnnte Gabriel HoHHctll this lit London 18i was the sun of Gabriel Ronsettl he iiknown RH the translator of the early Italian poets and for a number of niyntlcnl The lost luy of my life until today What were they could I see them on the street Lie n they felt Would they lie ears of wheat Sown for food but trodden Into clnyt OrKulilen colas squandered null to pay Or drops of blood dnbbllug the guilty foot Or such upllt water ns In dreamt must cheat The undying throats of hell athlnU always I do not see them here but after depth God knows I know the faces I Each one a murdered self with low hut breath J1 nm thyself what hnst thou dune to met And I nnd Ithyself lo each one salth And thou thybelf to nil eternity morning Have you paid Fprgoodj things Mrs W C Jonson spent a few f days with her in Paducah y during the week h Vr It was a sorry day for Mayday fes livities Saturday as snow and flow crs do not mix very well All work finished in a week by Friels the photographer Mr Pallas White of St Louis is spending a few days here with his family and many old friends r C r J A Jonson and wife were i a Sunday with the family of Judge J C Jonsonfc r For hauling of all kinds call Ruf us Dennis 189 j i I BOUND iItc 151 t i i f oca tO j ofLife till I taxes ett i 4L lit ni nc J i r t 1 f 4 few hours TelephoneNo 4 pm r tF s w I 1 4 poems ti once i nth set Good our 1p cat tali at s x parents lIj here t a fihrolutely Pare Insures wholesome and delicious food for every dayi- tin every home No PhopLte No Alum I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD tf Nearwinter is fully as bad as the real article Have Frank Harris repair your sewing machine Circuit court is still busy but the crowds are much smaller Beef bides wanted and best cash prices paid by J E Coombs Co Folks have getting busy with their gardens the last few days Try Friels the photographer for good pictures and quick service There appears to be some hope now for settled weather and one is happy Take your Eggs and Butter to Brizendines and receive the highest market price Better get lo the chy tax collector and get your receipt before the pen alty goes on Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere A protracted revival service will bc commenced the Methodist 5cr iJoo Every guaranteed Jar Fvis k Williams On account of the lack of a quo rum the meeting of the city council was adjourned from Monday to last night Mr G H Adamson is offering the best B P R eggs for setting Telephone him for particulars Livery men have been putting in many new vehicles preparing for the increased business that comes with open weather Marshal Pittman is very busy col lecting city taxes The penalty after the first of next month I been every at rJ4 2 Soc ann size f1attJe Eorsaleby willapply A lhurcli net Suniayt- f IaIX rib r unitJru GOOD SODA GOOD DRUG That is the condition on which we want you to judge our store Good Soda We endeavor to have everything the best we have but we invite you to try our drugs unless you have need for them so we say try claim it to be the its a matter you can judge When we make good on our will readily believe our claim Drugs That is the policy the store judge any whole the way you are served in any one depart Went We shall abide by your decision COUNTZLERS DRUG STORE PHONE GoodDrugs cant Sodawe bestand claimGood Sodayou ofGood I allover departmentthe storeby and our se r Revival Meeting A series of revival meetings will begin at the Methodist church Sunday morning Rev R T Brown of Khzabcthtown who will assist in the revival is expected to arrive Saturday and conduct the services Sunday Mr Brown is the conference evangelist and has had marked success m the evangelistic work Everyone is cordially in vited to attend these meetings Briz wants your Butter and Eggs The concrete foundation to the home of Mr W G Crawford is placed this week and the car penters will soon be busy on the job Jarvis Williams sell Dr Coxs Barbed Wire Liniment Guaran teed to heal without a blemish or your refunded Greesville Water Cospaiy There will be a much greater de mand for water this year than last as the extension of the water pipes together with new users on the old lines have almost doubled the num ber of users However we are hardly likely to have such a long dry spell as last season and if ve should not more than onethird of the supply would be used this sum mer When Greenville quadruples in population and cveiy home is fitted with plumbing it may be necessary to raise the dam at the lake and the foundation plans con template that so that all may have all the water they like See J E Coombs if you have furs and hides to sell as he pays highest cash prices The CircNS Saturday Howes Great London Shows here last Saturday giving afternoon and evening perform ances The weather was raw cold and blustery conditions altogether unfavorable for the congregation of circus crowds In spite of the snow and other drawbacks however there was a fairly large crowd in town and the attendance was very fair at the afternoon performance the night crowd rathf The acts were j and novelties were seen here for the lift time The manage anent n clean were no gambling or skin games practiced on the crowd which was appreciated by our people who have grown sore on some circus on account of the tough crowds carried around with them By taking your Eggs and Butter to Brizendines you can always get from L to 2C more on the doz The fall ot the beautiful Saturday was not at all heavy but there were two or three small snowfalls during the day Policemen made a few arrests for drunkenness last Saturday but none of the circus men gave any troubl as they were a sober honest set of Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds lad solicits trade in any branch Mr Rolherts articles on Mur phys Lake are attracting great and will be preserved by many of our readers as the story is a good one GoadibargaiBStcanbeAjfound at We have had Salvation Army man with us for several days during the week and he drew large to all his services The annual Old Peoples services were held at the Methodist church last Sunday morning and a very sermon was by Rev G P Jeffires to a large audi ace Mr of has beet here a few days this week mingling with old friends tor hrst time in many years He is the growth of the town since he lived here serving as county court clerk No man has more friends in the county than has Mr Stiles Frank Harris is again here and ready to do sewing machine repair work Telephone No 72 and he will call Our impressions of our knowledge apt to be in inverse proportion to pur actual professions j h t next appeared u there devices outfits or men attention amliiaesoa1Brizls o audiences effective delivered StIles the delightedwith I J f iiYy 44 ry- a being money being ll some aiad Wash Calhoun are Two New Trains We are to have two trains Sunday one each way as the management will then make a tryout the CairoPrinceton from and to Central City as the terminus This will be one of the best moves ever made by the company as it will traveling people to save all kinds of time and travel with much greater speed hoped the trial will prove that there is a demand for the trains so that they kept on the road The train will pass west about 6 a m and return Central City about 7 p m This will give us five trains a day each way and gives us the best schedule we have ever had Orders placed with Fncls will be delivered in a week Modern Wooden of America Rally Meeting Local Camp No 11702 M W of A held a special session here Tuesday night and the already large membership was increased by about a third of a hundred new members Refreshments were served and the boys all had a fine night of it This lodge is growing rapidly and has a fine lot of men on the membership roUse Music Festival Oi In Louisville The May Music Festival will in Louisville Thursday and Saturday of this week May 6 7 and 8 It will take place m the First Regiment Armory and will be the second biennial event given in the Kentucky metropolis Reduced railroad will be in effect Kentucky so that the attend ance is expected to be large Walter Damrosch and his New York Symphony Orchestra will be there and eight artists of internat ional renown will be beard Ric cardo Martin the Kentucky tenor whose homecoming is to be made the occasion of a personal triumph and Olive Fremstad regarded as one of the worlds greatest sopranos will be heard while Germaine Schnitzer the Viennese pianist and Albert the brilliant young American are on the The list of soloists is com I pie ted the symphony quartet and IJolmquist The chorus will be composed of 350 of the best singers of sec tion and four big choral works will be given They are Aida The Pied Piper of Hamelin The Death of Minnehaha and The Bride of Dunkcrron There will be iu ad dition a childrens chorus of 500 who will be heard at a special concert There will be five performances three in the evening and two in the afternoon You will find at Bnzs every thing right up to the minute Try and see The interior work is now being done on N Belchers Main street home Democrat3 are preparing to name their candidates for county offices to be voted for this fall Canes watches umbrellas fobs bracelets silverware and jewelry of all kinds engraved by Roark at rates Mr C P Morton is greatly and with a continuation of conditions will soon be out again A call has been issued fora Dem ocratic precinct convention in the county on to elect delegates to a delegate here on June 7 when a Democratic ticket for county offices will be placed in the field The ticket proposed is composed of good men and will make matters lively in political this fall Notice t eke Public If persons living near the street arc any call telephone No i or No 248 in case the lights go out the matter will be given immediate attention jnaitf J A GILMAN Mngr j Mrs Tooley Saddler wife of Mr F E Saddler in her 39th year her home April 29 at it oclock a m of a complication of diseases Deceased member of the Baptist church and is survived by her husband and six children who in their joined by many friends Burial at 2 oclock last Friday after in the family graVeyard i J 1 1 ofrunning enable Iris maybe toward photographer beheld allover Sp violinist b C pos d of tl N pda a cc f 1I t t oJ Mr T reasonable improved present convention circles lampsor personwill diedat wasa consistent sorrow noon d i r jl J iImfr jt T iris v i Friday program Jrlanc Rid Y Y this June ate was Series You Rightf The J L Roark Estate carrying complete stocks in all departments is in the best position to Serve You Right Possessing the most modern uptodate equipment and having the best scien tific talent we are able to produce the highest mark results and can to your own satisfaction Serve You RgW It will be to our mutual benefit if you will allow us to 5ene 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 ti r BACK AGAIN 1001 Mens Old Hats Wanted Mr Jones the well known hatter of Louisville will be at W W Boyds tailor shop on May 6 from 1 p m to 6 p m It you have any hats that you want cleaned dyed and rev blocked bring them in Pana mas a specialty Circuit court is busy with civil cases and it will require the balauce of the week to finish the docket Mr R T Martin is still confined with an attack of rheumatism from which he suffers considerably at You can use Roarks furniture polish without cost if it is not in every way as it is sold under positive guarantee and no questions asked A a v liabe of Mrj a dj Mrs Arnett Hail died Monday night and was buried at Old yesterday Uncle Robert Hancock has been here and at Depoy this week on a visit to relatives and friends coming over from Madisonvillc last Satur day Vegetables you are looking for Call Briz nice fresh and clean at all times Otto A Rothert of Louisville ar rived here Friday and will spend two weeks with Alvin L Taylor and other friends in the upper Pond creek country and Qreenville Rev J S Lyons pastor of the First Presbyterian church will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian church here tonight and everyone is invited to attend the services Flies will not bother a wound where Dr Coxs Barbed Wire is used For sale by Jarvis Williams The jury just completed its labors last Thursday and was after having returned 49 indictments covering a general and miscellaneous collections of crimes but there was no indictment for murder Coombs buys all kinds of furs and hides paying the highest market prices m cash There was an election of school trustees last Saturday when two members were elected to take the place of those whose terms expired Mr T B Pannell and Mr G C Morgan were elected succeed themselves Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over tne county and calls from near and are answered promptly The are reason able The issue of the school bonds was favorably decided last week by Judge Sandidge was affirmed by the court of appeals Tuesday the case being specially advanced so that the may be placed on the market N i r times satisfactory II Liberty louis- ville Liniment grand discharged to once tJ t 1 to 0 flora afar char esf7 bonds at 1 I Mr Paul Pannell the rural mail carrier began his service last Satur day and has maintained the each day The service is great ly appreciated by the patrons and Mr Pannell is pleased his work See R C McCracken if you want concrete work of any kind One of our progressive merchants is figurine on putting in a motor de livery wagon This mode of is coming fast and com to stay and it will not be a great while until pleasure and vehicles of this kind will be in use here The finishing touches are being given the offices of theW G Thin can CoalCo in the Y Ml C A building and the company expects to move this part of its business here from Luzernc next week The equipment and appointments ideal and will be of great benefit to thcicoinpjiny conduct of its jiffiii rs Morse and stick bills neatly anu promptly printed at this office Mr George M Bbbse died last Sunday at the home of Mr W Jarvis near Nebo after a short from pneumonia He was in his 77th year and was a well known man in his section Interment was at Ncbo and largely attended Matters have been pretty active in police court circles lately all being minor offenses however such as drunkenness disturbing the peace carrying concealed deadly weapons gaining and other light amusements indulged in by some of our population and visitors Rufus Dennis solicits hauling of all kinds and gives prompt and careful service at reasonable rates Marshal Pittman and deputies Tinsley and Coursey have been good service out of of street hands fd days Sever al of the workers have been paying police court fines by laboring so that the city has not been to such an expense n having the work done Mrs Rufus J Nannie died at her home near Mercer Stilion Tuesday evening after a lingering illness from consumption She is survived by a baby and her husband and many relatives Burial was in the Vincent graveyard near Luzerne yesterday afternoon and many friends gathered to show last token of respect You can get every day fresh kale tomatoes beets radishes celery lettuce onions new potatoes pie plant at Brizendines 4i The protracted frefival services that for two weeks has been by Rev Clarke closed last night with a score of additions to the church the rites of baptism being administered Rev Clarke is a forceful logical speaker earn and convincing and delivered many masterly addresses during his labors here The singing was a pleasing and effective feature of the services and in this work the was a leading figure If its books magazines rate get them from this office 7 schedule with transportation in bUsI- ness a the I illness cases getting some this conducted Monday minister jto i a X1r crews est Hunley Glen Killed at Cleatoir Hunlcy Glenn a well known citi zen of the county was fatally injur ed while at work for the Bevier Coal Co at Cleaton Tuesday afternoon He was engaged in letting down a loaded car which was struck1 by an empty car that wasbeing placed un der the chute The shock caused the loaded to strike him and he died from the injury at 3 oclock yesterday wife atilt family survive him and he was a member of a prominent family 1 A boy baby of Mr and Mrs Roland Hayes died pf pneumonia at their hoine r trie depot yesterday morning and wilt be buried at Nebo today at Roarks are 16wer than anywhere and the setae ions are very complete now Messrs J C strftitvG C Mr James Louis Roark down the latter pat t of the week and spent some days herewith home folks He has comuleted his first year of school work at the Louis ville College of Dcnistry and will return tor a months work in the free clinics before returning here BO for his vacation j The devil wijl never so long as we are too busy over doc trines to work together forsitnple decency v AM A one of the leadiag daily papers The many friends of Mr Oscar Irvm are elated over the splendid showing in the contest fororatorical honors in the intercollegiate last week Mr Irvin won in the State University where he is a student and came out ond last Week Mr Irvin 20 years old and the winner was a man of 30 who for some years had been preaching and was only ing a postgraduate work at Georgetown The showing made Mr Irvin under the circum stances was remarkable but is only what was expected of him by his many friends here kitfc if Mrs Martin f Essie Eyelyn Martin of this place died in her 23rd year at the home of her parents near Princeton April 28th of tuberculosis resulting from an attack of pneumonia more than three months ago Tile de ceased was stricken at her home here and after ap illness of nearly two months she was removed to her former home with the hopes that the change would improve her but other complications de veloped which added to already serious state causing a rapid sinking until the end Mrs Martin a young woman of sterling qualities possessing a kind and charitable nature and a Christian above reproach She leaves two little boys and a fond husband having lost a baby girl who lived two weeks in the beginning of her illness Interment was in the West end cemetery ceremonies being conducted by the Rev F E Lewis pf the Methx dist Episcopal church South cat j old e Wallpaper prices it Turn r l dI Kuhlman of i 1 f tAIyor so with their trield r 4 fWhite en I the Jug crt l t I 1 J1 came I 6o I worry j j test 1 the hon ors 1 l l isonly t linear lb J E N y t J I lh t character Ir 7 I i v morning six ec s agar Louisville a ere hcrcw route ta5i Lou tyhyr t o 4 t th end lo e ping ofrot m ailE sec 1 taw condition Iran 7 RQiSRK Shades Moldings fUndertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes WrscpperA Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK I f of fIi t L J 7 t 0 r h ff W llp per j u r rJ t I ajrr rrrI 5r a urns ure Grave NOTES HY CMDARNITZUIVZKSIDE SOLICITED PA- s 0orrEStotIII II- n ICapjrrtcbt 1309 by American frees Asso clMlon The articles and Illustration munt not he reprinted without special ptrmlesfon HATCHING BROODING AND GOSLINGS You may lie corrrct In thinking thnt nn nmhltloiui cluck draws no distinc Ilea ln n doorknob und n tin rap but Its often what hatches out Uttlicnt the lieu so you bettor look n Ipctlc mid It you goose egg fur sometimes the mammy hen horrified at the little scoop shoveSers will Just j proceed to wring their rubbernecks People who Imvc only a few geese had plenty of sluing hers shell pimp on the laying by putting a nest ORS In and taking out the KMOSP egg The goose tints think t lnj Rhe has missed laying keeps at It nod often lays from twenty to sixty csga a Six eggs weigh two are enough for a large ben Brahmas Co chins and preferred Set hens In sheltered place on the ground sprinkle the eggs every day when It la warm and see flint hen covers theta at once but mother goose will wet her own eggs after her dip In the Set a storm shelter over your sitting and give her cut hi raw vlth which to line her test She will cover the cjsrs with this when she leaves to fool Skunk Weasel Co who are v especially fond of goose Jf hatching with incubators keep temperature nt 101 at center of egg as this makes the beat about 103 at top as a goose egg is higher than a hens egg Test on the eighth day Sprinkle cvcry day turn pad co l like hens brooder have the high drum style with top heat v 85 taper down according to l 7r iniTMn r k tlwpt iut vu oucr flour water arranged so 1 I f t f often It goose J pound and I LU1 tums I r k r7 f eggS borer at or a FEEDING tots act play- a season- and creek St goose eggnog elffusing less Start- S and d Usedrt t aftl flare reels WHITE XMJtDEX OOflLINa AND CUNDZB that water cannot be slopped and car rled into nursery A rum dues not stay long with young perhaps beca jse acting stop mother to puch rubbernecks a mor tlfylng business Unlike chicken society she must trail along behind the grass grazing little ganders and Is only a two legged radiator to be honked for when their little gizzards get chilly So you must be Mother Goose and furnish grub now TO FEED Dont feed for twentyfour hours and give no grain until they can swallow easily Feed four times a day first week three second uud turn out to pasture on entile yras ration when n month old First feed sweet dry breadcrumbs day add n sprinkle of moist bran and comment Then ford crumbly mash of on bran and 10 per cent beef scrap with fine grit To fatten two weeks before marketplace jmmll of threefourths cornnieal aj d qncfi urtti beet scrap v3Keep market geese fronrswlmn Ins and dont allow goslings to get wet before fully feathered FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS When your birds ate sick and you And lice on them dont Jump to the conclusion that lice did It nil Lice do not suck blood They simply eat feathers and skin scruff and crawl A good dust huh Is their flnlsh A fanclpr who exhibits borrowel birds Is a trickster Lending birds to a fancier to Increase his entry to win a cup this year on condition that he lend you his birds to win next year Is iKlmpIy a conspiracy to defraud The rule Is Every exhibitor must own uh birds Better every exhibitor must breed and own his birds vlf you plaster your poultry house b to supply your chickens with oyn tcr shell otherwise they cut the pins her oft the wall Leghorns are experts t 1L A thief la New York stole 13300 riP valued at a cents apiece and teas sent up for five Pretty heavy sentence for stealing storage egg How about those merchants wko Mil there for etrtetlr fresh Is the goose I t t t It J third unmutl j i j 1 II q ao It1 r r I 1 F r t geese 4 two tliirds in pen sixlteed nS cure e 55 years I r t r W- n FEEDING THE STALLION A well known if ilmr ugii birds snn of feeding stnlllnus Much splice In pajMif unit l ooi linn been devoted to tnatlsiH 01 t feed Btnlllons and some weird wonderful fancies have dareted thy pases of good white pnpor conecriilnj tills subject Some very wiNe Ulena have also gained wide publlilty by the same menus bnt they only nil lie to n very few simple maxims Stallions nre horses and require food also with horses ns with men ones ford Is anothers poison nnd the Wen of prescrlhhiR so many oats corn and so much tiny and some of the trimmings so food to the heart of the office theorist as the only way to fpcd buy Htalllon and the way to feed nil stallions Is HO patently ridiculous as nut to require extended roiiimeiitv nut there la one thing which must stallion du lack and which Is of the greatest value grass To rat green grass growing Is of the very greatest value to nil hurst and to none more than the sirs Many OWIUTH are satisfied on this subject if tho grass Is rut and fed to the bursa in the stall but while HO fell It is nut en tirely valueless It misses many f the most Important objects to be attained The eating of the grass getting the bend down having the processes of mastication retarded by the wandering about In search of the choicest morsels and the operation of nipping them oft Is part of natures plan for making the larger of toed n horse will cat accommodate Itself to ii relative ly small receptacle that constitutes the nnlmals stomach Some owners go to time other extreme nod reverse natures prorcs by putting the foal box nut hayrack as high up as the horse cum Miw lbly eat from them the Idem being presumably to stretch his neck In the other as much as mummy be Many other things enter tutu the proper feeding of stallions and the horse Is alwnys n better Judge than the man and each horse must be treated according to his own Individ ual Idiosyncrasies If you have ever grassed a stallion you cannot have felled to remark how his Judgment will litter from yours Von will notice a particularly Inviting plot of luxuri ant herbage and lead the horse there to only to flnd him tugging at the strap In n effort to wander on to another spot where he will graze greedily upon what to your eye Is much less edible growthage And how often you fwd sour horse burying his teeth In time pure black rating the dirt with n greediness nnd evident relish that are highly sig nificant am suggestive Many horses are as notional about their meals as art their owners and I I breeder and I CIU1l Ills I how reduced hors direction halter earth A CDAMPIOX CLYDESDALE you can no more feed a stallion by rule of three than you run a man And the horse will Indicate to you whether or not you are attending to your duties as chef and purveyor properly In no uncertain manner The trouble with too many owners Is that they want to constitute themselves the Judge of what the horse should eat rather than permit the horse to show them what ho likes and anti then pro viding It for Many horses do not like to cat corn on lift cob but If time owner for any reason thinks corn Is the proper ration the horse will be corn and may take it or leave It Some parses will eat what they dont like rather than starve Try all possible ways of determin Ins what the horse wants Notice what he gfies for aridly and cleans up to the point of licking the bottom of the box for more and feed hits those things until he begins to slnw signs that ho wants n change Tlie horse knows what he likes better than you do nnd What he likes will he glad for him Horses have much bettor sense than people Exercise nndfood ore two Important matters but are far from exhausting time subject One thing that owners particularly of small ferns often over look Is that stallions like company and many n good breeding horse has great deterioration from loneli ness Ibexes exhibit no feeling more plainly nt times Urns homesickness and time desire for companionship with their kind Stallions ought net to be babied anJ pampered Nothing Is bettor fur them than the gospel of hard work And they should never be subjected to very material changes Their work should be about the same nil the year around and It changes are made they should I be Introduced very steadily j Th Young Pus Do not make the food too sloppy Keop plenty of charcoal In pen Castrate pigs at three weeks not later Observe regularity In feeding and let them out for a run occasionally As the young pigs come In do not allow them to lose their baby fat but keep them In goodcondltlgn right from the time they are weaned him lt I I f S Rants offered suffered The horses will be better oil In nar row or box stalls If the are supplied nt nil tines of dny and night with an abundance of bedding If they hero this they will He down during the day and rest when not at work while the cushion of straw will be much ender on their feet timid logs The nathtml npplo show which was held some weeks ago at Spokane was exceptional In more points than one It was the exhibition of apples ever hell under one roof A total of fifteen earluiids of apples Wits on ex hibition atmimitltr to 10000 boxcu The total attendance at the exposition was 102000 A wcstarn exhibitor who attended the Nation Horticultural exposition at Coiim II rluffs In remarked to n frlond not for publication that even the pigs out In his country wouldnt be caught eating a Len or XVolf lllvcr apple If there were Wlnesop or Jonathan trees about Time western hog Is n discriminating follow Probably there is no class of men who are tcday buying more automo lilies thou farmers and it may be add ed that there Is no class which cnn better afford to buy them It this tendency keeps on it will net be long before farmers as n class appreciating more fully thou now perhaps the ad vantages of smooth hut roams will Join hands In n definite campaign for road Improvement reform will come when both town and country fellows get after It seriously The undeslrnblllty of much Innd In the semiarid belt of western states Is possibly tine In some measure to the bad reputation which such lands have been given by men who wished to keep time ese of large inlets for graz ing purposes In some sectlonn this bins has taken time extreme form of u positive discouragement and even In timidation of who o much s looked at these grazing preserves with tho idea that they might prove useful for agricultural purposes At tho attune time It In well to consider tint vast areas In the nest can never bo utilized to advantage for anything but pastoral or grazing purposes Every progressive farmer should be nlong with many other things a stu dent of the soil which It Is his priv liege to work By the aid of for practical Investigation which the soil specialists of his state agri cultural college can give him he can Inform himself snfliclently so ns to get much better returns from his acres One soil should receive a different physical treatment another O je need tilling another liming while still another cropped for years mny need reenforcing vflili artificial or homemade fertilizers All tlicrfe conditions should be Inquired Into nnd measures adopted which will put the sop to rights Two problems which pro of vital Im portance to the present day farmer anti which will be even more so In the future arc n conserving of the fertility of his land ned time more economical use of the byproducts of hLf titers Time first object may be largely attained by adopting some sensible system of crop rotation erupted with stock raising and dairying Tile latter may be achieved 1 y a more economic banditti jof the corn crop nud this Is possible by of the silo which apart frolic time economy It makes possible furnishes time best possible ration for and feeding cattle Many farmers have realized this situation and have acted uron It Thousands more should realize It before time to cut corn fcr tine silo next fall Nature has provided n au tomatic plan for the regulation of the setting of fruit buds In certain ties of fruit trees like the apple It consists n the buds for the production of fruit one treason are set If ntnll during tits preceding rea son Thus If the tree has borno n hoary crop of fruit and Its vitali ty considerably taxed hUlls set sparingly thus acting ns a against the tree overhearing Itself On time other hard If the tree has had n layoff one season it usually sets full of buds the excess vi tality seeming to make this condition possible In the case of a tree that Is stele or dying thin rule seems to be violated In that nil the waning vitali ty ft possesses seems to be forth In n blind mend pathetic effort to re produce Itself before It dies Time grubs which nre often found just under the skin on the shoulders backs anti sides of cattle hatch from the eggs of time ox botfly which fire laid In the spring on the legs heels and flanks of the animals and trout these places are licked oft by time tongue and taken Into the stomach Here they batch the little grubs 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