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I 1v t IJCiX i rXIjltXUt iwl Record Advertijing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates llW5 il5iJSIJCIl = Tradition says the contractor having almost finished a cer tain part of his work was obliged to tear it down and rebuild it in order to comply withhis agreement At any rate the house was not fin fished on or before the first day of August 1835 An entry on page 539 notes that a commission was appointed o examine the court house just finished by Wm Hancock And receive the same if finished according to contract and report to the next court On November 28 1836 it is corded that this house was accepted It may be well to add that the old log temple of justice stood a short distance of the brick house was not torn down and building was The or prpsent structure stands cn the site of the second On page 13 of Vol 8 June 24 1865 is a record to the effect that Afford Johnson had completed the stone work on the jail satisfactorily and it was ordered to be paid fur In this same volume of page 78 is an entry dated March 26 1866 showing that M F Allison and J H Reno were awarded the contract for building a clerks office on the site of the old one This brick building was completed a few months later The clerks office as most of us remember was one story high and contained two rooms each about square with a hall six feet wide between them t The old brick court house and clerks office torn down in 1 tt I tt W I 1 ref r 1 j north sec lied third 1i0 4 I 1 0 I r i Af i p after t and until the R ccll s i P i8 feet were J- d 4 1ii Ja Wo Crown Bull lirldgo Work dour at reasonable prlQQti OQlcc up Htuirn In the Jnci hullunp- Urt ruIUe Ky B j j siAresPl- iywIclRti and Qurxcon Met street near Ib cu HOWARD VADE II GRAY HOWARD GRAY Office In Greta 314ni opposite LoBcade litter GO LOOELUflELTSLEYOSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincrass Street Tolcpliono No 73 Z O KING Notary Public and i Licensed Auctioneer CENTRAL KY Sates Made AnywHere ia County Terms Reasonable D2 BARR W i lIBln tree LA VYERS uJ I CITY Box 93r Phone Z8 I DENTtf3T o 31dn cross n t lye In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says about brain and muscle building r There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all thecereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithins He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborers diet and says it pro September Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal and can do better for than or commission merchants Reference any Dank in Louuvill- eir tags bags free m SABEL SONS C3TADUCIICO lit 1030 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE hY H f Uy1Afn ffHr YOUR lI HIDESAND FURS 1 Yellow Root etc OU rite for weekly list and I1 1 fI r r h Wes price shipping pa s duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat meals glandthis Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every Give me an opportunity Co bid on your contracts R C McCRACKEN I andother used in particular s I7 I 1 r f lr t L 1 yam St 4 m bfi teo i JIX IaU1CKlIIIJ1WEXLJIi Muhlenberg Countyi- s rich in coal iron timber potters and the most inviting field in I t Yw r ws1 J- u4 Z 1 clay etc Ken- tuckY for investment ofcaPitaland pluck q VOL XI NO 51 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1910 oOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE j 1 SOME OLD DATES In Muhlenbep s PastB- Y OTTO A ROTHERT in three chapters CHAPTER III J Thenext date on our program for verification is the time of the of the old brick court house Tradition says it was erected in 1834 I therefore consulted Vol 4 of the county court records for that year leaving the many intervening years untouched On page 135 under date of Jan sth 1834 the record reads Thc persons appointed for that purpose report the situation of the court house of this county upon examination thereof deem it not expedient to make any repairs on the present building that it would be to the publics good to build a new house instead of repairing the old one and a majority of all the justices in commission of the place being present and concurring there in it is ordered that Edward Rum sey Strather Jones Charles Fox Wing James Taggert and Wm Hancock be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to draft a plan of a building for a new court house for the county and that they make a report thereof to the next county court On page 139 under date of March 31St 1834 the subject is continued as follows The commissioners appointed for that purpose reported they had drafted a plan for a new court house for this county which being ex arriined and accepted of by the court it is therefore ordered that Ephriam M Wro Martin R D McLean and Charles Fox or any three of them be and they are hereby appointed commis sioners to let the lowest bidder the building or erecting of said court house upon soon as the building shall be and the balance to be paid in two annual installments payable out of the county levy in such money as the said levy may be col lected in taking bond with approved security tor the faithful perform ance of the work on said house with the said plan annexed t I did not find the plans annexed to this document and I had not the time look for them However I will state that according to my memory the old brick about 32 feet square and two stories High The court room took up the entire lower floor while the second was divided into three small rooms reached by steps erected on the out side of the building against the south wall I i I t 4 e ff li C I Brank rJ J to f the the i Pies ng e J3 l r to Ifa p 11 j j to 1 buildingwas building the- 4 t R i j Wing Y not ir whib ed i8 to a pail mints thatis o asY covered 1 4 i 1906 and in their place we now have not only a new court house but also one of the best and finest court houses in the state The first county court in the new court house was held on the first Monday in September 1907 Of course all dates handed down in this traditions cannot be checked up in this manner In most instan ces the traditional statements are apt to from those that have be come a matter of written record for traditions usually change more or less as they drift down through suc ceeding generations- The time of the birth or death of certain individuals is often associat ed with a remembered event the date of which has been forgotten In that way tombstones frequently serve as guideposts in the land of long ago For instance tradition says The Stack or the old Buckner furnace was built a couple of years before old Amos Jenkins died The mar ble slab on the grave of Amos Jenkins at Olive Grove shows he was born April 15 1784 and died June 3rd 1839 This date verified by other reports establishes the time of the building of StackI incidentally addthat old Amos Jenkins came to Muhlenberg from Virginia in 1810 and was one of the countys most influential citizens He was the father of twelve children among whom was John Jenkins who became the father of ten children Among Johns children are the present somewhat old i ut Jenkins Jjenkius of Cisney Another date 1 decided for myself by reference to a tombstone is the time General Buckner passed through Greenville An inquiry us to the date of that great event will invariably Be answered It was the very day Charles Fox Wing died Or if the date of the death of that much praised citizen be asked the answer always is It was the very day General Buckner pass ed through Greenville After having tried to learn this date from various people and have failed each time I finally made a pilgrimage to the old Caney buryingground and there found the inscription Charles Fox Burn JIm 15 17SO Died Sept 15 1831 I also looked for the grave of Judge Alney McLean who it is said died about 1845 and was at Caney I found no stone to verify the tradition nor have I as yet found anyone who can tell n e the exact date of the death of Alney McLean Alas one of Muhlenbergs greatest men Scores ot people have told me to ask or to write to So and So for the date I have out every suggesion but in each case have failed I would be glad to make a record of the date and will therefore appreciate receiving ii from anyone but I beg to say I have in this case ceased appreciating the information that I cant tell you but So and So sure can Se him HIE END y U Ie 1837 as ttThe nactiveJJ Amos ille U U U Win buried carried U l vat roft l ett iiIthePnlIar tat L White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKS STORE Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs j Fr r KIM l h z t f r A Little Gcr3 P at in Tims SuTrs Vhen your bufldii pr J phair evsrrdays delay costs you mosey is it i tarn scow are jin wok Lump too but goeu UA cut Strtclty Pure WHITE LEAD Pro Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine and the most expensive colon The kind of we UH never catty or tcal of will remove it Let us figure with you when ready to point Ve a Grstclass and durable job price reasonable Dont put ft J HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Q fb much to lct it decay for of B bale paint coils lns to use than to with 01lt it We ue CARTER ru off H s tin coati want nt nolan paid 1Josh wear STURHS ii experience that makes the STEBI best of all mattresses It is dustproof moistureproof verminproof Germproof most sanitary mattress known It is health protection to hire a Stearns Foster TmllVlip Ji J the wonderful made and Vigril1Uii t tdtQ It is wrtbroces hJits iattfenaft r sift ever tfc 2 d Sold en GO Nights Free Trial The JLB Estate The highest on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLDr FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats medicalauthority or J f Jt THE I NG DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES PREVENTS PNEUIDIIA AND II Two YCll1 ago a severe cold settled on my lunga md so completely prostrated me that I was unable to and scarcely able to stand I was advised to try Kings New Discovery edafter using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever wan JJ J ATKINS Banner Springs Tern Ia PRICE 600 AND rs SOLD AND GUAR JTEED zw All Druggisi tt r AflD t SMPTIOVJ x wero then Dr W 100w= Tfce Registered PGLAKDChSNA BOAR NOXAL YONDER Ho 450 sire Perfect Weaker I I j dam QUEEH QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E UM08 Lfflhl FFICE i I COO IB r1 van Itle proves verr satlG dons TVo zanlco zciuluc for Javns fltMir Iioc act poultry IVxlto r r Ttal r UNION FENCE CO DiKalp IM Kau oaCiiyrM5 C H HOWARD CO Eiidcs en Wool rentiers Tal Wild Ciacer etc We we dselcrx etiaUUia b 1636 Orcr Ldficzcluryln otnb cr merdnrJi Rrftrents Say Bank in Loakr e Write for wojtly 223 C Uak t St IOJtSVLLE KV AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBS BUGGIES AND HARNESS facto for IIIr iris fink d J e CnJ IP R Ir W f i 1 Biu Clasatg f1ICotaaSoallYalownat lwsYillc do Letc for fOIl than riOS OI1 Jiii 8eb i SB on t An Costs 1 lawns doorntrds t xSa Mst ape A dcsa Ceiac1Hta z No 270 TWOINONE We chip al1 vehicles Direct from our C 0 1 to Consumer subject to examination anti at jsitce It is of the importance to tl e Gobe HuiUv Harness Co to ore who deals wrn us a p used anti Sctltfietl Customer Ko elloit to mate each shipment fcUvhexccilei t value in quality cf unship finif h and cf vehicle that it e a LaKtlnrf Advertisement aud us orders rtttini If le c you by en honestly made buggy and at a the MMMcjnons Profit you will recommend our goods to Our as it would be to a dealer I f Iootlsnrc nut as rrp rracntcit money la returned to you You We manufacture honest Vehicles and IlnrnrfK our eustuiiiitninonoy liU onlcin 1ironiply Write for our Buggy und Ilarnos Citno uo GLOBE BUGGY St HARNESS COMPANY OWEHSBORO KENTUCKY Factor we leIs Olnttlv IS toouretstomea no t c H i4J1 selling you your iiunnminoisal your lake a l rw i111 aOF CURES A Good Example I am a good example writes Mrs R L Bell of McAlestcr Okla of what Cardui will do for suffering women 1 suffered with my head and back for over six years and although I tried everything I never could thing to do me any good I began to take Cardui Cardui has surely helped me and built me and I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long trine It is to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick Us Womans Tome You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis and when life seems a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind Ii not sick now at least burn on to the pages of memory so that whan you are sick you will ask for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dcpt Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattannoojra lean for Spc3al fmtrscllora and booty Home Treatment for Women tent tree f i an I well crab e 0 page 1t t t w IkCARDUIh4 f vv t b atr a e r The J L Estate furniture dealers and ucdcrte ers his added to its quip ment in the undertaking department a Francis Eagravpg Machine as This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to allow the progressive spirit of the in nag taent in providing equipment generally considered necessary andY in the larger clues With this machine the firm vUI now be able to supply adividually engraved casket name plate instead of the stamped stock patter s employed And while the city undertakers mrke a chfirge of 5 for such slates tie pevle of this county will receive them absolutely without coat regardless ol the character of outfit purchcscd The machine has been In the show window of the firm for some days and its beauty cnc Uit p iffc t v oik It does have been admired by hundreds of people Articles of character can ft ngravad in much better manner than usually done by hand This macliine adds to the most complete undertaking cstal tL s territory Tee aim has tie inly practicing licensed embalmer in tIle county A fine fuctral car largest stocks of coffins caskets rubes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the test in every branch is the con stant study of the management and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination oh the part of the concern to constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis VJitu this In view Jthcr features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of any character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all Th public is given a special invitation to call at any time and see the machine Subscribe for The Record Only lJjrmttia iEugtahhig fi ridhit Rots illustrated extra every in give j r t I w allyash a list rrent t r t rtjw 50c 11 1tt j JIty r e rId y4 R 7 E Sit An Independent Newspaper runuaiiED Tinm DAT i BT RECORD PRESS OTKN KICK President antsy L HOAHK Secretary ORIKN L KOAKK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone N 72 once In new annex renr of Rrouud floor TERMS The price of the In paya ble in chance ami the time has to which It IB paid the paper be stopped Cards of thinks ubltnnrr notices etc If not longer than ten litter will free A charge of 5c line will be made for No variation of this rule to anyone Free sample copies will be malted Advertisements will be Inprrt l A rate card be furnished un request Address allcommunlcatlouf make all re mittances payable to RECOiilJ TRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1911 Entered at the Greenville KypoBtofllce as matter DR Cool has been discoveicd He won a lace down in Florida other day SOMEBODY send for Hobson quick The Jups have two battleships in San Franciso harbor EXPRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is send ins home a cargo of animals that as curiosities have the members of con gress backed off the boards ANOTHER Southern republic has a revolution on its hands having be come jealous of the attention be stowed on Nicaragua lately MAKE room for some more stars Columbia The House has passed the bill granting separate Statehood to New Mexico and Arizona UNDER certain conditions the Apostle Paul himself was ready to take a vow not to cat any more while the world standeth EVEN the police dogs of New York are displaying a love for strong drink and saloons showing the evil effects of constant associa Lion with politicians even on dumb brutes ice is getting in his work the people along the lower Ohio will be wondering how it was they ever wanted that ice gorge broken up A LETTER addressed to Oblivion might reach Dr Cook says the Columbia Slate It might and per haps the surest way to reach Obliv ion would be to address a letter to JJr Cook ACCORDING to a southern physic ian the hookworm is a humbug But like that other humbug the Chicago University he has aged to get next to the Rockefeller s Tim University of Copenhagen faculty again respectfully requests permission to go out behind the barn and kick itself for going surety on Dr Cooks notes Move that permission be granted SOME fellow has been kind to solve some of the mysteries sleep but if he will discover some way of explaining the difficulty of getting up early in the morning would be a great help to humanity CONSIDERING the proximity of the woodworking centers of Michigan to Battle Creek and the relative re liability and cheapness of the saw dust supply one wonders what those two car loads of pecan shells were doing in that THE fjminization of the world is slowly but surely being accomplish ed the Eternal Feminine crowding the Transitory Male off the boards Gutzon Borglum the stulptor is the latest to assent to the skirtward trend of thought He has made a Atlas but has substituted a woman for the traditional strong man bearing the world upon his shoulders It is woman not man he rightly thinks who is carrying the worlds burdens This gives ad ded significance to the latest suffrag ette story It is related that one of these women much depress ed at the iMnsticcess of her labors world The task seemed hopeless and in her despair she communicated her fears to another suffragette who thus con her Do not be cast down There is always One to whom we can take our sorrows Pray to God andShe aid you r a 2 r J I REtCRD o 50 urs ADVANCE will hed suecee d will 1 c a G j 1 1 1 Jii II1j meat tt l ftH p e I i p I h I I 7 J f o t i iIP f J IrS viciuit 0 i X r i1 y s o- J in rTfurming the 1 spied tt t Lr rt rttJt r r t y J 1 4 S kt a s w 4MMM w MM MWMWVWWYWb l scneasarr b tore M PER YEAR iN 4 togIlnes nut eeond claRe thee t P a t- I Then the man N K r- f e many strongbox e 5 cnou Ig o i- z n r t r o a i11 4- t r statue of x r y I became will M q S Ji r LAND SALE Notice is hereby given that I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 31 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock am and 2 oclock pm at the door of the Court House in Greenville Muhlenberg County Kentucky expose to Public Sale for cash in hand the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay State School and Road taxes due thereon and unpaid end the interest penalty and costs thereon CENTRAL CITY DISTRICT NO 1 NAME Abbott C A Anderson Amanda Uidwcll Alf Boyd Nannie T Brown E ta I Casebier W G Calvert Mrs J C Davenpnrt W H Doss A J Drake Samuel Fades L R Garrett F Gregory G H Hardwick Ham Catharine Harper John G House W H Hunley Robert Jarvis Mrs S M Jennings G M Jennings A E Kennedy H Kincheloe T R Leonard Charlie McGuire Moorman J N Morris J C Ragor John Reno Mrs Pallace Reynolds A H Reed J J C Rice G F Simpson Bridgett Smith Smith J I Thompson C E Austin John Baker Adam Browning George Carbin Ed Cunningham A D Drake Emiline Foulks Mrs Lou NBAKKST R Juke Reed C City C City C City M J Staples L J Cobb C City ACRES P loa i 1 TOTAL 6 so 36 73 7 29 995 1032 709 431 041 C City 4a 1227 M J Staples 43a 737 Cleaton i I 50 City i house 807 M Staples isa 591 Bremen i 1 722 C City i I 1227 C City i 1 1227 C City i 1 1709 So Carrollton i 1 1278 C City 9 Its i7ga 7354 Will Rolland 6a 642 C City i 2a 162 F S Millard 35a 1420 Moorman Cleaton 3 Its ra R R only J L Taylor ipa 1081 C City i 1 1032 C City Mrs Slaton C City Cleaton Cleaton a 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Skilesville V p W Rhoades Lucian Cornett Drakesboro Bill Helslcy Mrs M F R H Robertson Soa P i 1 J H Hughes Moorman John Mays Dunmor L Annis W M Mahan W D Cox G W Mefford Glem Phillips Paradise Drakesboro EC Lewis Moorman M Mason J N Poyner COLORED LIST NO DISTRICT NO 3 H L Patterson Dave Patterson Bud Stewart Jim Duvall Mrs L J Seiber C Johnson Sam Danncr Bob Mitchell R B indy Jime Richie Lewis Allen Will Pittman John Steel Greenville P i 1 i 1 P 1 i P 1 1 2451 Goa il 2 1 1 i 1 ioa P soa P 53 FOR TAXESI90S I County 28i I I r I 6 37 6a 3a I l 1954 I I 1164 1 S WEe W T 368 la 46S C City iI J932 692 1426 City 457 0 835 1145 R City J 1 397- r t i k ft tt v l So Carrollton J I a 9g Jtt G p 690 542 o 935 H 655 I I H I sa 391 1 49 1 f J I S 9 P A Ia Sso II I 388 W H 50a 948 6 93 19 G3 j 70a Penrod ISJ 201 I r 57 CI same 981 1130 E Sa 2 gg 1 1 40fusa 029 1032- t 1478 273 IoG1 75a 737 307 541 I t I 4 93 5oa I032 458 1853 H 1157 1773 1439 17a 773 CI 42a 835 a u 1070 CI I t o 881 rza 85 Cobb T J 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zt i J t1l 640 R G4o SUa 12 la 834 MfC l RB 299 l a a 834 624 Hopkins I1 V ooa lo4 48 1436 1t9 194 4 t8cg 887 coa I4tr1 t 27 a rFh1e oJta ehijs aan Geo r 737 BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS MONEY A gradeMattressmagazines You dont have to buy oo faith Well show you the inside an important side to know of the very mattress you buyt STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS Ie In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says brain and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to the brain and to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals being richer in fats organic phosphorus and lecithinsHe oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish diet and says it pro September JJ labor r tr f L f WINDSOR GRADE 13so A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got all the good things at very reasonable prices J L ROARK EstateThe The highest medical foods Sir James Crichton Browne Londoi gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats authority- on LLDFRSo- f duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments that food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland oatmeal porridge in childhood meals I QuakerOats glandthis saysIt Oatsbecause it Care In Preparing Food In recent years scientists have proved that the value of food Is largely by Its purity the re snit is the most stringent pure food laws that have ever been known One food that has stood out as a perfectly clean and pure food and which was as pure before the enactment of these laws as it could possibly be is Quaker Oats conceded by the experts to be the ideal food for making strength of muscle and brain The best and cheapest of all foods The Quaker Oats Company is the only manufacturer of oatmeal that has satisfactorily solved the prob lem of removing the husks and black specks which are BO annoying when other brands are eaten If you are convenient to tho store buy the size packages if not near the store buy the largo size family pack ages r measured prominently regular 1 Za Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of wallpaper in stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this great factory are for sale at Roarks furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration Cticrete Yrk Contracted I am prepared to do payement and other concrete work and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is used in base and surface throughout complying with cityspecifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on your R C McCRACKEN dr iI i 1 contra ts S I 7 t s r BLMKWELL ROARKc 4rkkk It It It It It It It It Ie w I o r eneraI InSuranceS FIRS LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME Co of N Y that writes all kinds of farm and Give ns a call when yea W BLACKWELL I ti i jJ R e 1 1 tp i t f 1J INSURANCE cites urouerty d Xy 5 Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with at Roarks In the fifty stock patterns shown there is wide variety of design and coloring And the goods are ready for immediate delivery One great ad vantage is the ability to get more if you find you need it and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit satisfaction Just at this time we have several SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three price in some cases being half Price on every pattern is low COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS which wjll be sent on request The J L ROARK Estate roomsthe Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Wood C E Martin Geo W 5T a ttT1e tTuc President DirectorsW r Ed S r 4 aorta e b Martin- Y i Yl t The only Baking Powder made from Grapo Cream of Tartar JLBaki gFbwder Absolutely IC R fc LOCAL TIME CARD0- S I KO IS Lonlsvllle Express 1125am1- U1 Cincinnati Kxprcna 1 54 pin 101 Louisville Limited 40Sam 130 Central City accom 715pma- ODTHBODSU NO 135 Pnducah and Cairo nccom 515am 121 Fulton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special Nov S3 1009 WOCnAwronD Agl RELIGIOUS UNITY BY HARTLEY COLERIDGE Hartley Coleridge was tho son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the author of many beau tiful sonnets lie was born neac Bristol Eng land In and died nt the age of 53 Ills liberal mind suggests the seeret of religious along a line not often discerned in life dayJYea we do differ differ htlll we must For language Is the typo of thought and thought The slnve of sense and sense Is only fraught VTUh checks and tokens taken upon trust Not for their worth but promise Earth Is all mighty parable of hell anti heaven The portion we van read at best Is small Tls llltlo that we know and if befall That faith do wander like the restless raven That rather chose without an aim to roam Oer the blank world of waters than to seek In the one sacred ark a duteous home MayBood be with It weido differ whenftr riifr to desire To hope Is paradise and to tiellCTO li of heaven that earth can eer receive V County court Monday Coombs buys beet hides f Thc roads have been bottomless again this week Spring and winter weather have been taking turns l If you want job printing the best xcjurbe had at this Good morning Seen the new cornet Neither have we 5 Mr George Welch of Hastings ArOkla was here last week V Pittman Bros your meat New shop best service V4 Jt is almost assured that we will hive kindergarten school 1V Mr and Mrs E S Wood havev to Dunmor to remain several jajpuths the Courier Journal and pecial subscription offer Construction work on the build Sag for The Farmers State Bank is along nicely fw jjMiss Qraa Jonson of McLean is here with the family of firstclass livery service in t including closed carriages call on arbour Head I Miss Lena Arnold of Hopkins t spent Sunday here with her vpiufents Mr and Mrs S M Arnold i J Monday will be county court day land sales for taxes and other will probably bring a large icrowd to town i Take your hides to Coombs who jpays the highest cash prices Francis Wilson of Elktdn intfhQ lias been here on a visit to Misses Mary Taylor and Louise Vickliffe returned to her home yesterday See on another page of Tnt for one year and the daily for three months jboth papers for 150 XaaTn BOUND I n 340 pm Oca 1eO O one fZ we t Ana ltm y iIr Ittb Ci Ur to n tftWhleli rtif 1Aspurgntorlal t i i i t I 1C II Give t S Z g I 4 5e t tR It J nson i oJ Yt ti If S s 1 t aJ 11 j t t y f 1 fO J J RECORD ourierJour1at j 4 a t A I i lea s kTorJStonla arcno w e- Aro beat d- sAtjr true lq Ilea We nodtowaa s deaf To want is penance tare tz I AIM All I of late office- t orders a N t t one e r 4 RE- coRD r t i y going countY Judge tCj t t The h matters p Miss t C w- s i i 1 t F kaJ 5 The opera house will be bright again tonight There has been some little tobac co delivered this week See R C you want concrete work of any kind arc coming strong just now Miss Mallie Prince of Allensville is here on a visit to Miss Gates Ribbons in stock for all in use at TILE RECORD office Dont expect any settled weather for some weeks yet no matter what the ground hog may say Mr and Mrs W C Jonson are happy over their firstborn a fine son born to them last Saturday Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone No 279 Have you a child in the age Then join in the effort to provide a kindergarten school ire Boyd will conduct Sunday Services evening Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daily nal three months and THE RECORD one year for only 130 The Shakespeare club will meet Thursday evening with Mrs E J Puryear Miss Hartfield will be leader for the evening Mr Claud Jenkins and Miss Flossie Cisney of Rosewood were married in the county clerks office at 2 p m Monday Judge Rice performed the FOUND On Cherry street a Masonic button which owner can receive at this office by proving property J2o There have been some substantial additions to the equipment of this office recently and we are in better position than ever before to quickly and satisfactorily care for your busi Rev W J Mahoney pastor of the Baptist church here the rites of baptism to a number of candidates Sunday afternoon They were converted at the meeting recently held by Rev Whittinghill Powderly WANTED Lady distributor and solicitor in Greenville Dr W S Burkhart Cincinnati 0 Hardware men furnishing hun dreds of rods of wire fencing The scarcity of timber has caused this material to be used almost and it is really better than the rail or picket fencing allowing fuller cultivation and doing away with the unsightly rubbish that accumulated in the old rail fence corners A cell has been built in the city hall and hereafter prisoners will be cared for there It is a very safe affair and while not large will prob ably accommodate all comers The rigid fines that arc being imposed and the effort being made to have offenders pay the fines are combin ing to make petty offenders more careful jHot and cold baths day and night and Sunday until jpjjo a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop if Theatricalattractions Ethel J kindergarten Rev R bertSt hureJI CourierJour S cermony ness administered are exclusively typewriters scres at t crashYlotion mornrng and f dr 65- a Y A HALF MILLION Dollar Cod Land Deal Sets a New Mark in Muhlenbcrg Real Es tate Transactions Four Coal Companies Are Absorbed By a Million and a Half Dollar Tennessee Corporation COAL OUTPUT TO DG INCREASED The importance of Muhlenberg as a coal field was greatly enhanced by a deal that has just been consumma ted in which four of the on the O N railroad comprising some 13500 acres were merged by a purchase The new concern is incorporated under the title of the Elk Valley Consolidated Coal Co and has a capital stock of 1500 ooo ExGov llenton McMillin of Nashville engineered the deal and it it thought that eastern capital has been secured The properties taken over are Wickhffe Coal Co Elk Valley and Diamond mines at Elk Valley and the Louis ville Atlanta mines at Drakesboro The new concern has taken possess ion and is operating the properties This is probably the largest in the state and plans are be ing perfected to greatly increase the large output of which the mines are capable already It is likely that all the parties who have sold will again engage in the coal business In fact Mr Wickliffe is already arranging to enter the field again this time on the I C railroad The price paid for the properties was in the neighborhood of half a million dollars the coal lands selling for about 25 per acre and the bal ance being for machinery and im provements This is by long odds the greateat deal ever made in Muhlcnberg real estate and the price sets a new mark also It is reported that other coal properties located on the I C railroad arc under option and it is likely that another important transfer will soon be closed lu fact it is predicted that in a few years all the available coal lands of the county will be in the hands of a few immense con j tickets for the show to night Crap Game Raided One white man and about a dozen negroes were caught in a crap in an old house near the old ceme tery Saturday night by officers Pitt man and Tinsley They were evi dcntly enjoying the game to such an extent that they had forgotten that there was such a thing in the world as an officer and a law that does not deal lightly with those who con gregate in secret places to shake the bones The bunch will be brought up for trial in police court Saturday morning Newspaper Plant To Bs Sold The plant paper good will etc of The Republican will be sold at Central City next Saturday week at public sale This plant is a valu able one and there will likely be a number of people on hand to bid on the property Death of George K Scott Mr George K Scott died at his home at Sacramento Tuesday morn ing after suffering for some time from a complication of diseases Mr Scott was until ten years ago a resident of this county and was one of its well known citizens who had friends in all acquaintances He was a consistent Christian character and his long life was a useful and beneficial one Interment was in the Scott graveyard near Bremen yesterday afternoon and a vast number of friends and relatives gathered to show their respect IL Mats New Husband Makes GooJ One of the largest audiences that has greeted any attraction present ed at the opera house this season was on hand Tuesday evening to see Mas New Husband a mirth ful musical farce The cast is a good one and they handled their parts well Mr Jay Ray as Chris topher Culpepper an old sport and Fritz Dickies a friend of Cul were both good George Burbank as Herbert Short who dis guises as Willie Longfellow did good work and he and EJna Nor man as Dorothy who butts in put up some clever acting This was of the best shows which has here this and they to have made good I I t Browder operation Get game I tt pepper lone season r f yco t l t nines nS t J qC Y Jail Breaker Arrested Here Green Martin colored was here last Thursday by officers Pittman and Tinsley and officers from Covington Tenn came for him returning him to prison there on a charge of malicious cutting and wounding Martin broke jail there some weeks ago but had been here but a few days he was at work in a local tobacco factory Kindergarten School Planned There is a movement on foot to secure a kindcrgiricn teacher and have a so week term of school for several children of the town Several of the parents arc interested and it is hoped the plans will be matured so that the session may early in February This is one of the greatest things that could be done for the children and should receive hearty and prompt support Several persons are being considered as teachers and a woman who has had training and teaching experience will be secured Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by Arthur Lovell living one mile southwest of Greenville K one yellow cow about n years old marked with overbit in left ear and valued L Eades and Rufus Fades at 15 The said Arthur Lovell states under oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said cow This nth day of January 1910 ARTHUR LOVELL Subscribed and sworn to before me by Arthur Lovell this nth day of January 1910 204t J H LOVELL J P M C Program Epworth League Jan 30 The League will occupy the full time of the evening services Topic Willing offerings for world wide evangelization T N Belcher Hymn iSo Responsive reading Gloria PrayerScripture lesson Mark 12 4144 Hymn 654 Leaders address Bible references v Quartette r Missionary testimcnieSi Hiroshima Scfibplffor Jap anese girls Miss Mary Taylor Offering Song by male quartette Benediction We are to have another M D A few more days of sunshine and wind would dry the ground Farm for Sale Farm of acres 3 miles east of town on Pond well tim bered and with coal zoo acres in cultivation FOl particulars see W C Jonson Greenville Ky Mr H H Haviland the local manager of the C F Jean Produce Co handled something like 750 hens last week and reports that from all the coops he secured only one egg From this report it is easy to see why eggs have been selling at 35 cents a dozen Under normal ditions several dozen eggs would have been gathered r The midwinter circuit court closed its session Here Friday cases were continued as there was a lack of r witnesses the weather and roads making it almost impos sible to get them in attendance The only important case brought to trial was that of Clay Smith charged with the murder of Moses Kimmel Smith was given a life sentence Get wallpaper cheaper than ever known Roark has cut the price on every roll in the house and has paper in combinatron of wall border and celling to match at from 4 cents up Mr Marcellus Brizendine who has been in New York for three months in a school where window dressing sign and nod writing is taught will return the latter part of the month and be here a few days with his family and friends He has secured a position with S W Anderson Co one of the largest department stores in Owensburo where he will begin work February r Marcellus has many friends here who rejoice at his progress and it is certain that he will make rapid strides in his chosen avocation Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look arrested begin leaderMrs I I tiThe 225 4t con of j f f1 1 l r 4 Jww by- E Song Send the creek tertrd Most f OPERA HOUSE ONE XllillT ONLY THURSDAY JAM 27 Tilt PLAY THAT Tilt Ei IRE COUfiTRY IS TALKING AJDT Till ST ELMO CO inc Announce for your nnprov r 1 6AUGusTA THE FAMOUS SOUTHERN ROMANCE A Great Play with a Great Morel READ the BOOK SEE the PLAY Seats on sale at Countlcrs DrugStore Price BO loc and JJIIOO Get TilE RECORD one year and the daily Courier Journal three months both for 150 J EVANS S Honor Roll for Greenville Graded School Grade Gragson Clifford Tate Cecil Mitchell Jasper Ross Dabney Martin Egbert Wallace Gladys Shaver Veda Lovell Tu lah Sisk Madeline Poag Lucile Hardison Ruth Duncan Virginia BelcherGrade Latham Doyle Latham Mary Francis Baker Paul Pace Carroll Hayden Reginald CountzlcrGrade Anna May Whittioghill Jenny Taylor Bonnie Shutt Mat tie May Plain Miller Walton El bert Sparks Herbert Hallinan Grade Green Carl Brown Dewey Pool Chauncy Guy MorganGrade Piltman Alice Ford Ruth Dean Edna Withers Jennie Brizendine Grade Belcher Hazel Duvall Effie Jameson Mary Kirk patrick Ella May ton Mahel SparksHigh School Boone Duncan Hugh Lewis George Robertson Beulah Clark Elsie Christian Jes sie Dexter Agnes Duncan Elizabeth Plain Annie Laura Reynolds Ethel James Rufus Watkins Mary Hays Geneva Morgan Caroline Oatcs Paul Heltsley SCHOOL NOTES Mr Marks is rapidly completing the three remaining rooms of the building One will be used as a music room and one as a girls At ihe present rate of growth the school will need more room for the High school department in a yearsMr Young took charge of the seventh and eighth grades Jan 10 This relieves the congested condition in two rooms This makes nine teachers in the faculty- A number of pupils from the country are coming to Us The subject of psycological meth od was discussed at the regular meeting of the teachers last Friday afternoon A most interesting dis cussion followed in which all took great interest There are two regular meetings of the teachers each month in the superintendents office The first meeting on the second Friday of the month at which they devote themselves to professional study and training The second meeting IBaker 2Nola 4David 6Mary 8Carmen 1 fr iL playroom u yr t Telling Docs not take into consideration the ono Cdscntlal to worn ans happiness vrotnnnly health The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold 5 but dross Womanly health when lost or impaired generally regained by tho use of Dr Iierces Favorite Prescription This Prescription las for over years been delicate weak painwracked women by the hundreds of thousands end this too la the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to cate Questionings and offensively repug rant examinations be 40 curing rrMrS lade Sick women ore invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence held cs sacredly confidential Address Worlds DispensaryfVf f r1irn1 tv Da Pitmens GREAT FAMILY DOCTOR BOOK The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser newly revised uptodate edition IOQO pages answers ic to any address on receipt of21 oneccnt tamps to cover mailing only or in cloth binding for 31 stamps t f Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo f Plain IngiJb host of ddicate questions which every woman or monied fought about fret iot plain wrapper aingte to know crt s The sheriffs sales Monday of Irnd for taxes is causing considerable interest and many persons are arranging to buy up these lands The investment is a good one even if the lands are redeemed anJ as some ot them may never be the proposition is very attractive Ther i3 a growing interest in Muhlenberg lands and everyone almost is anxious to get possession of of it The boycott against the products of the Meat Trust is rapidly spread ing over the United States Just how far this movement will help Jo ward bettering existing conditions some eo Seen iu T aflcadc i pera House 6iiIP ntrs Jan 2i g ELMO t convenes the fourth Friday and is devoted to business matters These arc sessions and is invited to attend Highest prices will be paid for hides by Coombs Farmers are reported to have made more improvements and done more work on their farms thiswinter than everknown before in the histo ry of the county There is a grow ing pride anong the tillers of the every farmer is providing conveniences making changes fur the better anti taking added interest in his land and home With like a favorable season it is certain that there will be an increas ed production of all sorts of farm products this year as prices arehigh demand good and markets to any farm in the county Commissioners Sale Mnhlenberg Circuit Court Kentucky John S Jllller EQUITY By virtue of n Judgement and Order of Sale of the Muhlcnberu Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1003 In the above cause for the Hum uf one hundred and eightyseven dollars and three cents and the coats fortyflve dollars fortyfive eeuts I shall poceed to olTur for sale at the Courthouse doorlti Green tulle to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the jIb day of February 1010 at 1 oclock p in qr thereabout being County Court tiny upon n credit or six months the following described property towlt A certain tract of laud near Eunls Ken tucky Mnhleuber county described as fol lows lirgltiulnir nt n stake In Illleya tine poplar stump thence N OT degrees anti ii minutes W M house to a stone lu the west lot Xo 5 tundead blank oak two iron Wouda narked pointers thence S 23 08 anti three links to a stone hi Tlptonti Military line thence with the old lint S 07 decrees mud twentytwo minutes SO poltiri and nine links to a stone lu the old line ami corner to L Riley thence with RlleyV Hue X 23 E 03 poles and 3 llua to the begin thug cuutuiijliiK twentyIt o ucrat Or MifHcleut thereof to produce the sums of money ho ordered to be made Fur the pup chase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear In legal interest from the day of sale until paid anti having the force anti elTect of n judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Jas W Oates M C Surely some special credit is due the devil that invented the delusion that debating a thing was the same as doing it books magazines etc get theta from this ofnce open everyone sOIland W Deft 1 hoar u of Iii W l11 the old Hits 7c J 1 tiJl t rr anything convenient PlIT- ri a411nls null lump PIle hoist x fJ remains to be seen hut retail deal ers most everywhere are reporting that their sales arc falling off sharp ly Many different causes are giv en as to what has brought about tic high prices and investigations will he made in order to show up these causes and bring about some means to remedy them if possible Mr Chas W Roark Is local of some of the best insurance companies and will ap preciate your business which be cared for promptly and in the very best manner Give your job printing orders to THE RECORD r r y r trep- resentative wlil t E J t I Q k r 1 fire TS CITY ORDINANCES The City Council of the City of Greenville Kentucky do ordain as follows to wit An ordinance changing the salary of the City Attorney That Section 5 of Article 4 of the Ordinances of the City of Green vine as amended by an ordinance approved March 3rd 1908 be re pealed and in lieu thereof the fol lowing be enacted salary ot the City Attorney shall be 20000 per year Approved Jan 3 1 9 10 J W LAM Mayor ORiEtr LRoARK Clerk Deatk Annie Gibfts ville street at 830 oclock Monday evening from an apoplectic stroke She was in her usual health and was unusually active for her having always enjoyed the blessing of health and her death was a great shock to the community About noon Mr M B McDunald made a business call at the home ceiving no response to his knock at the front door opened it and saw the prostrate body on the flipr He laid the body on the bed and called in the neighbors who every aid until a doctor reached the patient but no help could rendered and death came consciousness returned Mrs Gibbs an examplary Christian woman her life devoted to good works anti her means dedicated to charity She j rued the Baptist church m 1853 and her church work and life was an honor to her church Rev W J Mahoney her pastor con ducted a funeral service at the home at 130 oclock Tuesday afternoon in which he was assisted by Rev G B McDonald and interment was at Friendship The community has lost a good and many friends mourn their loss Its a common delusion that wet are overcoming our own sins advertising those of others I If a man is anxious to learn by his follies the Almighty is not going I to deprive him of the pleasure t l t i k Lf I t t er IofMrs i tearflJ1 l ears ttlJ tandre i t of r bettwas t f 1t t I irJj i I Ifb I I t 117 J I r t r l t tithe k t 5 tA rendered air l u woman y 4 day y C t y M ROARK Wllp per Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Slippers Vaults ROARK J t L i If 4jf n C f r i r J D 7J 1 v rY r T urns ure h Wrapperg rave xsxnec ion EVENER FOR FIVE HORSES Effect e Manner In Which Horsss Used on Gang Pcv Herewith I submit a description of how I use flvo horses on n gang plow with two of thorn as lead torn writes a farmer In Breeders Gazette Make nn ovcnor of ash or oak two by live Inches and 20 Inches long from clovls end and the eightInch end or wheel ors Fasten an old ring or something similar to the end of the and run a log chain through Are lead team the 12lncll t nock ton uo toclovisgiviagtho yoke Hitching Five Horcss to a Gang Plow this to A on the evcaor using ITght whime trees for the lead team It Is desirable to use a evener nor the wheelers have a hole for the clevis In the center of the evener and tho center horse will pull against the outside ones Such an evener may be bought at any Imple ment house The clovis connecting this evener with the ovener at C should be a solid piece double clevis which will hold the threehorse ovener In place and not If horses weigh less than 1400 pounds each It will use five horses on a gang plow With them I can plow six acres a day easily whereas with four It Is hard work to fcur acres It Is the last straw that breaks the camels back and I am in favor of unloading several straws Another method of using five horses with two In the lead Is as follows Make an evener five feet long giving the outside wheeler four feet and one foot for the two teams that work against each other with chain and pulley GREEN MANURING Only Legumes Add More to Soil Than Element Taken From It Green manuring Is tho plowing of any green crop for the purpose of getting fertility and decaying vege table matter into the soil If It is de sired to add fertility then some crop must be plowed under that has In It some fertility that it did not take out soil for it is evident that If the plant plowed under has in it only tho fertility that was taken out of the soil nothing is gained so far as fertility Is concerned So far as we know up to this time only plants that have pods have la torn at any time more fertility than waa taken out of the soil Even those plants do not have more fertility than what out of tho soil unless little knots are found on the roots which knots are known as nodules In these nodules are lit tle plants called bacteria which take free nitrogen gas from tho air and make it into a form of nitrogen that can be assimilated by the plants Such plants when turned under en rash the soil by Increasing its nitrogen content This must be understood by every person that raises a crop to turn under It is doubtful If it pays to turn under other crops as in that case the only gain to the soil is the humus and In cases the soils have In them enougn humus and not need Increased humus content Moisture and Mold Destroy Corn The drying of corn for seed involves but a few simple principles If tho corn Is to be exposed to a freezing temperature It must be dried out Iciently so that there will not bo left In the germ enough moisture to pand and rupturo the ocll walls when It swells In tho freezing process If it Is not to be exposed to freezing temperature it mu t also be dried sufficiently to prevent mold starting This mold destroys the germ In an other way sending its mycelium into it to cat through the cell walls and destroy the very substance The Safe and Sane Tho farmers with pork and hey and wheat and cotton to sell woro not caught under the load when the upaet took place in Wall street Tho real wealth of the land is still Intact The farmers kept their heads and tho coun try Is salt N I Remember the Cows After you have been in the house a long time shut up away from tho fresh air you feel the winds Saiiio with the sown Jeep them In as tar as you can ou w day I I I t n er ere Ule n 1 payto i layover JI I I rot the a It man iI It e II I t Farmer- S t J I o t r yj r t IJIC J J Y C tIa4 K cvc ca- L a three horso three horso 20 inch r L t r r i under t came ic d suf- i 4 s ty W y i t away r t- w 4 t CLEANING POTATOES QUICKLY HomeMade Contrivance Which Will Also Sort the Tubers Tho nhatch shows my potato cleaner and sorter which 1 have used at Fairvlew farm for t number of years writes a correspon dent of Farm and Home It consists of a number of hoops to which arE fastened halfInch slats so as to make holes 1 Inches square Two hcavj pieces A arc placed inside the cylin home maae HomeMade Potato Sorter der to hold the axle D which extend entirely through the machine and la turned by a crank E The frame made is four inches lower at the ing end of the cyllndar so that tar potatoes will run through freely At the crank end is a hopper which tho pc In toes are poured The cylinder Is 2 foot tang and three feet In diameter It will not bruise the foaoea and the dirt and ones run through the floor or crate and the ones run out a the open cud cf tho cylinder Into an ether cnte With one man to turn crank and another to flU the hsnper 700 to 00 bushels can be sorted In a lay DEMAND FOR CKSRRY STOCK Chance fcr Some Enterprising Amer lean Horticulturist to Grow Trees W F Helkes cf Aa states there Imported Irto the United Slates from Franco anuualv 10000000 to 15000000 cherry stock uirly figure from this number of stocks tho output of merchantable traos at two years old of all sizes Is not more tbaa onr tiiinl of the number of stocks patid and of these not more than will grads fiveclghtlis and up The first difficulty encountered in clwrry growing is in getting a pjnd Sn much depends on the cosdltlcn of the plants on their arrival from trance Thorn are various of injury from the time the rtanis leave tie grower In France to the of thi arrival at destination There or less danger from freezing or heat ing on the way are dug too early and from b tug heeled in or thy are dus the ground is too wet and paicd ir boxes bafcre they are frou the mud and properly dried In thit condition they to grow in tin boxes and however carefully the may bo handled there Is sais to b a heavy less in planting In irs stances tho plats are grown on land unsuited for their Growth when they suffer in health qijiljty ana appear ante Such plants arg abasmiH branched and usually present a blackish appearance of the roots There is room for some enterprising horticulturist here who will coiled Mazzard cherry seeds and grow sorac of tho seedlings required by men for budding and grafting pur poses NURSERY TRZES Proven They Do Not Cxkruc the Land of Its Fertility All experience proves that a crap nursery trees docs not exhnut land of Its fertility T R Peytui Coopor county Missouri In feet it 1 generally coauldarcd that load far which trees have been moved Is lu tiu very best condition for a crop of or potatoes The beat nursery lands ore these which contain a basis of clay aid these are the oxen which soonest for under imwlso troBtnjeqt The kept under high culture anal is thcrefcro deeply pulverized There Is praciicily no hevbase on the sot to protect It during the winter The soil broken and robber cf its humus together and ce moats itself and It then ysiniro rest in claver or other croj to bring It back to It3 rightful conili tlon This resting ported nllovs nature to replace the tabor In thQ goU and to make It once more so porous and mel low that plants can find a congenial roothold in It Platting Temporary Trees We note that a horticultural writs advises to plant temporary trees bt tweon the trees meant t b parma nent for shndo purrcsss It lo a bat plan The owner cites not Lave nervo to dig out tho trees meant to bo temporary ns soon pa he should and in the meantime theca trees are taking light and plant food from the other trees Tho matter of light is a very great one far greater than most people cuspect Any shutting oil of- tho light from a growing trot results in fife malformation of its outlines The beautifully shaped trees w some times ace grow with an abundance of light o Oil sides of then I ole on 7 the Hunts mc art r b ai 4 Is cart Son lInIQij the IR1 whet sot arltteJ sta t some W el suf- aud- Is th A lilt 4 t P- Into snit marketable one thrd cans s time safer n irs ry That oft says deeply runs t ra e ilo it her ot u jnu V ti rtiii f r l nofls tio lag ruii war i rtrC M cf i iwy and rrni with clown Kucn i Crn or ino 1 i 1 rv x t ii tiy 1 v r i ixvt l In a nsvrl i only fro I t c u r i r t t cr raJMhr i i U i i t 1 hood nvl r r i u ft ourftoixly li i ti v cevt fiwrrt t r Anrrci r t r fvhLh Vh ttuj w ry a hcrUhs 1 t ea J r a Ptnn i J r j l SI j y ci ii T jr v L SH t 1 t t fl- MCP stomah v j often in LJ civiL o i iiry ta OU ITc I ho Ili C hWTvi tw UJ f r few v uv r1 iivoni l t 1 o 5 Ili cf i fJvviir c M v covrrcl irrvi rf il v viti1 iirca c f to 1 V uiTirir l v r r M r ti 3 ribtih vlilci i 5 y i ihcj docs nit dcixvvl JT flj cf btrcnrsJKnia c I l t tam txKVja rj l siK vuJi v I 1U lilool Kafrf 1 v y Ti i known all over tJ r v T I i i T i Golden Medical Mscv r r was given to tim v T r I oso of i was Golden br I rata w i authority aa l r 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