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IIIJIJiifM iffi 1L lli Record Advertiing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment i- st sure of returns Get our rates lkl A Y 1try Bissells cyco carpet sweepers the very latest models from this groat factory are for sale at furniture store If you have never used a sweeper you cannot possibly appreciate the advantages Call for a demonstration the senses ever vicarious The question is discussed in Nature by Prof McKendrick and by several blind men According to one cor respondent the popular nation that when a person loses his sight he is compensated by the gift of ability in one if not all of his other facul ties is absurd He points out that the imputation of striking ability does not enable a specially talented blind man to earn his livelihood by the exercise of that ability The blind are credited with powers in music basket making and the like but when they assert their right to live the ordinary lives of citizens they are not permitted to do so New type in the latest faces fresh stocks of stationery and quick serv ice place this office in position to command your job printing wants oarks l s t 4 Po i t to I b- Are 4 t 4 t a It The Registered POLANDCHINA BOAR NOXAL WONDER I Hi 74507 sire Perfect Wonder tflM QUEEN QUALITY fine individual from a perfect of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J COOMBS AT FACTORY PRICES CtOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS a strain NO 270 We Bhtp al1 vehicles Direct from our C 0 D to Consumer examination nUll importance to the Globe Hnrntss Co to each suth excelleit value in quality of material workmanship and vehicle a Advertisement orders iu return If lefcyou by selling an honestly n ac1c buggy nnd at a less the you will to our customers as it would be Ifoodsnro not as your money la returned to you take no Wo manufacture honest Vchtcl and llnrnrss snvnour money orders promptly Write for our Free and Harness 8LODE BUGGY 4 HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY free trial It nu one Who with US D psi oscd and Satisfied Cutomer o to mllke finish r and UII we recommend our goods to Or Our GuaronlCo itoh ton fill utlfty f r 0 f TwaIN OHE 1 is of the gtcatest deals Last ng your dealer represented S r if r c ttttOt b r s I White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stqick for all machines ROARKS STORE Concrete Work Contracted I am prepared to do pavement and other concrete and shall be glad to make estimates In pave meats limestone is used base and surface throughout complying with city specifications in every particu lar Give me an opportunity to bid on contracts t R C McChACKEN Call Pittman Bros new shop nest of everything in this line Telephone No 279 Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daily Courier Jour pal three months and THE RECORD one year for only 150 work n s 17 I I your meat v Wo Buy FURSHides Vool Feather Tallow Beetwax Glrucnjr Golden SeaUYcBow Root May Apple Wild Ginger We ore dealer j ejubTuIied in 1 056 Oner half century in LonniBe nod can do better let you than 2enU at ecjcataioa merchant Reference Baal in Writs for WceUy pace sad ihippna lass M Sabsl Sono 829 e Market SJ Very Serious It A very serious matter to ask for medicine and havo the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine The reputation of this old relia ble medicine for and liver trouble is firm not imitate other medicines jt is better than others or it would not be the liver with a cale thnn all others combined SOLD IH TOWN P2 etc ott t9UISVILLE KY Ta DRAUGa I JveJ Medlclne Itdoes nrcer f Roark is specially prepared do and is subject call anywhere r ftG1 7 any Lot ni5c tin onto BLACK indigestion favorite REVOLVING siROHG1EAWINSS D1rt B F rie 1 a DE itAIBILL I4 lafS Cn MO to disinfecting to r r FOR COUGHS KING OF CURES w It THE WONDER WORKERII I t I FOR THROATI Muhlenberg Countyi- s rich in coal iron timber potters clay and the most inviting field in Ken gtucky for investment ofcapital and pluck XttB3T lgIg3B L 1I etc XXI1C g ri yu VOL XII NO GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MARCH 3 1910 soc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Fish Station For Kentucky The 25000 appropriation for a fish cultural station in Kentucky asked for by Senator Bradley has been passed on favorably by the Senate Committee and will probably be passed by both Houses It is the general opinion that the station will be located in Louisville as there is more water available there A general stocking of the streams of the State with good eating species of hsh will be the result The idea of the appropriation originated with Mr Bradley who saw that other States had such stations and desired that Kentucky should have one also Camille Blammarion the French astronomer in a letter published he says vavorous tail of Halleys comet will envelope the earth on May 19 For several hours he said will be immersed in the gaseous candle appendage whose chemical composition is still little knownThe comet will pass directly the sun and the earth at 2 o clock in the morning on May 19 At that hourthe Pacific ocean will be in full day light while in will be night Little danger may be expected however for the tail will probably be so rarified as to be inoffensive In a recent communication to a New York Mr Hudson Maxim shows the futility line to work any serious destruction by the dropping of dynamite from a machine He states that the destruction effected would be very much less than anyone not acquaint ed with the action of high explosive would and that many tons of dynamite might be exploded in themiddle of Madison Square with i jjJ ut serious iamage than blowing out of the of jcentT buildings by the rash of V toward the explosion to fill the t heated gases and air Tke Irw Faaiie Housewives are in a panic over the broom situation Scarcity of broomcorp threatens to put a premium upon cleanliness which will be deplorable Broom makers report that it is Al most impossible to get material for their product at any price Brooms which sold for twenty cents ten years ago are selling for not less than fifty cents today and threaten to make an advance twice that figure m a few months Meantime the growers of broom corn arc getting top notch prices the stock which they have managed for the increased price and planning to grow greater quanti tics this summer n thatthe between France- it rJ paper ofattempt flying suppose k anymore t i void formed by the of the J tohold are me windows A fort ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS ono of the London hos a special id made of giving alcohol to patients as rarely and sparely aa time ono of tho physicians does BO ho submits a entry the reasons that actuated him tho thirtytwo of tho existence of alcohol bas only been ono times cases received oro exactly like those received by aU tho For 1901 num bered 13J7 only Tho dcathrato among was per cent For same tho death rato tho other London public hospitals was 91 per cent use of alcohol in sick ness is not to bo as a neces Although most physicians pre ccribo alcohol for their thcro was ono of national reputation not believe in Many cidcd to his Prescrip tion for the of r men a use frm 13 used as a solvent and preservative chemically which ia a better solvent and preserva tive of tba active medicinal i residing in meet of our indigenous or than is alcohol Pierce found that tho glycerine possesses intrinsic properties valueNo woman who ia suffering from inflammation from the and drains incident to womanhood can afford to bo without Dr Pierces Fa vorito Prescription An honest medi cino number of cures to its credit and a deserved for two score all over States Dr Pierce tells what i3 contained in his Favorite PrescriptionITS INGREDIENTS AXLE Golden Seal root Cana densis root Cypri Pubescens Black root Cimicifuga Raccmosa Unicorn root Blue Cohosh root Thalictroidcs GlycerineAmong men of tho tho above ingredients as superior remedies for the cure of those catarrhal condi tions in the affected aro Edwin M Halo M D Professor of Matcria Medicn at Hahnemann Medical Col lege Chicago Prof John M D Author of tho American Dispensatory Woman and her John M Scudder Doctors Hale Ives Wood Bartholow and others Address a postal card to Dr for a com on the subject sout to you without cos cure biliousness sick and bilious dizziness costiveness or con stipation of tho bowels loss of appe tongue and distress after eating and kindred derangements of liver stomach Persons who are subject to of these troubles should never without a vial of tho Pleasant Pellets at hand In of timEr superior excellence it can truthfully are as a household remedy after tho first trial Ona little Pellet is a laxative twq pro cathartic They regulate nto and cleans and bowels As n dinner to promote digestion take one each re distress arising from nothing one of these Pellets Theyre tiny coated scarcely larger than seeds HEALTH AD IJArnNESS now to live in health and ness is the theme Pierces Common Sense Medical This work on medicine and hygiene containing over 1000 pages more illustrations is free on of stamps to pay expense of mailing Send 31 one cent stamps for clothbound vol ume or 21 stamps for tho book in paper covers BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to Tnt RECOUP See R C McCracken if you want concrete work of any kind For firstclass livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid tp operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks ar lower than anywhere and the are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory l 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 shortnotice after selection At g en sevent g CarJ when Vr R V ttre1 t ears n upondisorders DZ riEncE1l LEAS T 8nheartburn nlVa3 day m staid t r selections appreciate F Z i inpatients physician ago lants besides medicinal popularity PELLr3 headache overeating anti hap r Ad- visor Coo tns DR J W BARLOW Bridge Work Jour ut reutouiiblc prices Oulce up stairs In the Jouos Bulltllng- OreeuYllle Ky DR T J SLAION- Pliynlclan and Burgeon Office Maincross street uear MnltiHtrect l CAM HOWARD WAUF II GilA HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice la Greta Building opposite LaMeadc ibid DR10UELLAIIELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 Z O KING Notary Public and Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms ReisMable Box 93 Phone 78 DBNTIST and r Crown s Licensed It j the wonderful wjiich i made and the perfection of workman ship in every detail of sixty experience makes the STEARNS FOSTER best of all mattresses It is dustproof verminproof germproof most sanitary mattress known It is health protection to have a Stearns Foster Sold on 60 Nights Free Trial The J L ROARK Estate Df1l lI l1 It s 5TDLTTI bUcess bwe moisturc proof li m FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my case Incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me co completely that I am all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind Price 100 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Trial Bottle Frci SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists I NEW 1I I I 60c and t r 1- r L i t ra i M M S POULTRY FENCEVery Clew Mesh CnmMeUd tract tad tbupr tb a DtUnf writ for ttUlor showing nit tin o tot Hi- P ScU3 ITKCI CO JWCttt m Tnui City Ko belt Lay undo Greenville tlardware GROCERY CO AND We Ask You to take Cardui for your female trouble because ve are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy i VINE Uf brought relief to thousands of lj vJher sick vomen so why not to yoti For headache backache periodical pains female weak ross nny have said it Is the j best medicine to take Try It 1 Sold in This City F3 3 1 Y r has A Little Good in Time Saves Vheq your buUuingi need every days delay costs you The sun rain snow are in their work Lumber COIls too much lo let it decay fcr want of a little point It costs less to use time to po with out it We use nothing but goad puint CARTEL Stricllj Pure WHITE LEAD Pare Linseed Ql Tjrpotiiine Tlie Lied we u nsver crvs clcs only years xvtwt wilt ntaove i L h you wKvjunjiKty Ve a jlca and durable job rtces reasonable Dout put it otr J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 I Paint I A n oU- twork Pure and dint t e lou With u nnlce I F tiro rnt tl Tai iawa cvlora tope r x DR KINOS FOR COLDS Ly M AND LUNGS I I Failed in Health Ward of Jerseyville I left nc to care for six children I had never been strong and this with the shock of her death was too much for me Jailed in health I was tired alt the time and did not want to anywhere nor care for company I had the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui as it had done her so much so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health My mother died six ago Ruth eel od Y years wres htss r 4 i Ij T Jl Take 1 f CARDUI J s i r1i vf Tomer Womens are relieved or prevented and womens strength is quickly restored the womans tonic yourself best you need it or not If you do need it do not delay but commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the Dont wait then but to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will Surely do you good Write to Ladles Advisory Dept Chattanooc Medicine Co Giattonooca Special Instructions and 64page book Home Treatment for Women seat free IT n i tf r for H 1 The own b a tiy z Teas 3fatttri0 iatrabimj The J Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its equip the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrate This machine is one of the very few in the State and goes to show the progressive spirit of the management in providing equipment generally considered accessary only in the larger cities this machine the firm will now be able t supply ndividually engraved casket name instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for Buck plates the people of this county will receive then absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has bees is 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 can be n graved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment IB this territory The firm has the only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral car largest stocks of coffins caskets robes wrappers slippers etc complete equipment for sanitary work and disinfection To provide the best in every branch is the itant study of the uauagcment and the generous appreciation shown by the public has caused still deeper and greater determination on the part of the concern to give constantly improving service and on the most favorable basis With this IB view other features will be added from time to time as they appear The Francis is fitted with all attachments for engraving articles of character and the mechanical perfection of the machine appeals to all The public is gives a special invitation to call at any tine and see the machine Subscribe for The Record Only 50c lItndfit1t L meat in With t any rq fX 7 r r latex x L f cbs t d it R b ii An independent Newspaper RECORD PRESS OWES KICK President OIURN L KOAIXK Secretary OKIBN ROARK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 Once In uow annex rear uf Htore ground Hour 50 CENTS PER MKH 11 ADVANCE TERMB The price or the paper Is paLie m advance and when the time to whtoii It In paid tbe paper will be topped Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If not than tcu lines xrlll lie free A charge of 5c per line vlll be made for succeed log lines No of thla rule to anyone Free wimple copies will be mulled Advertisementa will be limerteJ A rate card will be furnished on request Address all mmuMeUonx and tnnVe all re mlttancea payable to KHTOi o PUESS QiveuriUv ICy THURSDAY 3 1910 Entered at the Greenville Ky post office aa matter Excusii shoes are beginning to come into the United States and in some cases arc actually bringing English feet in with them WJE cannot help feeling sorry for the 100 students lately dropped by Cornell university Their voices probably didnt fit the yell ROSTANDS new play Chantec ler has been the means of demon strating that aristocratic Paris still has money to throw at the birds SENATOR DOLIVER Described an insurgent as one peevish enough to want to hear a bill read before it is passed Any bill that is except his own XHE parson who knocked his wife in the because she couldnt furnish him with material for a dont know a text when be meets one EVEN the receipt of those lovely little packages of garden seeds from representative In congress does riot seem to mitigate the horrors of this winter Wi hale to mention it but Dr pokls in the immediate vicinity of the highest peak in he Andes Remember Mr Mc l5Kinleyr patience 7 JOHNSONS best blow IB said to be his right hand and in this he be an exception to the general of pugilists whose most effect ive blow is usually with their mouth WE had forgotten to mention Mr Wolgast the latest thing m light weight champion pugilists there were forty good reasons The first was we didnt know how hed take it THOSE busy are worry ing themselves finding places for Col Roosevelt seem to have forgot J ten his aboriginal habit of making a for close to the top as a rule A CITIZEN commenting on the growing habit in America of smoking says that he attributes it to the fact that American manufac turers have followed the example of English manufacturers and produced really smokable tobacco Con sidering the fact that we have been producing the same blends of to bacco that English or any other smokers use the assertion is un calledfor It is true perhaps that there is more pipe smoking in Eng land than in this country but the reason is not far to seek Any one has tried to smoke an English cigar knows why he prefers his to bacco in a pipe There is much pipe smoking in America and there would be more if we did not make the best and cheapest cigars in the world PRISON walls so far from deter ring genius of a certain sort to spur It on A petition for par dan Has been circulated in favor of acouyict in the Minnesota penitent wlm while incacerated succeed ed in grafting of an innocent sort certain fruits so as to produce a lemon as Jargeas a pumpkin An qjtHcr similarly situated in Ne fraska liiis invented a neVoplanr a pardon is sought for him also In an eastern prison a a for something oriither for which he has been offered 50000 r In Kansas two years the governor pardoned a convict who wrote a poem al though this seemed stretching the ex There is Aplenty of inventive genius confined behind stone walls but of it is devising means to get out t c R tRDa I IODLUIIIBD TIUIRRDAT UT L expired MARC I t sermon w ol f is ion d 7ty jif ua I an have i Butt J JA 0 folkS who himselfpretty pipe I c Ii 1 seem I 0 t ict profess t n the wrong way 1 j employed r r I ttr 4 4 r It ff 7 i t 1r A- TilT eeconQ class d heada your a Aconcayc ati4 with must run place 4 who f nary h man pp self balancin b and- S hasstilt ago 1 ccutive reri alive most 0- rTa The High Cost of Living The tariff was devised concocted or defended as 3011 ploasr with the idea that it would prevent through competition the lowering of prices that it wnud inaintiiin a ceruin I scale of living according to the pleaders for high tuxes as a means of promoting general prosperity Whether the tariff hits given us a high scale of living or not it is cer tain that we are having a scale of living somewhat In excess of the revenues for the support of the con sumerThe sincere protectionists are try ins to find some explanation of the success of their own undertakings Some place it upon the trusts with which protectionists insist the tariff has nothing to do Others place it upon gold Others upon the growth agricultural regions extravaganceAll excuses have in them some truth A great economic movement like a worldwide ad vance in prices will not be traced to one sole cause but to many causes Chief among these we must place the tariff The the cities at the expense of the agricultural regions is largely due to the tariff and that was the first avowed purpose of the tariff Men said that cheap lands drew laborers to the unsettled regions of the West and South anti made it impossible for the munufacturers to man their mills without paying high er wages than their foreign com petitors paid They insisted that if they paid this higher wage they were entitled to protection and they got it and to some extent at least they checked the movement of population away from the centers of life to the of civilization So the the city Is a tariff manifestation The growth of the trust is another tariff manifestation The laws do not seem to be sufficient to control trusts Public opinion is insufficient The courts are insufficient One thing the trusts fear is competition and it is the one thing tney are striving to eradicate The tariff pro tects them from foreign competition and the authorities as yet leave them free to deal with their local com petitors We are to have an investigation into the high cost of living We are to learn from the testimony of called that the expenses of life have vastly increased increased more rapidly since the passage of the PayneAldrich tariff they did before Perhaps the tariff is to prove the undoing of the tariff AT innumerable meetings clergy men have discussed the question What Is the Matter With the Min istry Spiritual Stagnation Why Sermons Do Not Draw and kindred topics We believe that the trouble lies in the fact the clergy are overworked and the case of a minister in St Louts seems to prove this theory The ministers wife had him arrested for cruelty a charge which was based onwomans natural inability to un She swears that while searching for topics on which to base his sermons it was his habit to turn suddenly upon her and demand an idea upon which to predicate his discourse If one not instantly forthcoming he would beat her she asserts and in the last two years he has thus beaten her too times In dicating as it does that he was able to think of only one topic for each Sunday instead of two as is the ourcase is proved be yond a doubt It has long been the opinion of many that sermon a week is enough for any clergyman to preach Few persons go to church more than once on the same day and this being the case one sermon should do for morning and At any rate clergymen should nct be compelled to beat their wives It is a practice disturb ing to literary thought and in the end destructive to spirituality It be if but one sermon a week were required Reorganize the Postof fice Depart meat The postoffice department run on politico business lines and with a fine contempt fur modern 1 usiness methods takes in 203900030 a year and spends 220000000 It could be so managed as to give the people better service for less money and earn a decent surplus The methods in vogue are so poor that the books do not show be made to show the cost of service performed by the depart ment The books aie not I I I I of the cities at the expense of the Others upon growth- of borders growth- of anybody billthan n that derstandman was one evening wouldnot neCessary andcannot any I J4IQIF j y A I contributing custom botch correlate ed A total balance cannot be struck The unsystematic and methods of great would be a disgrace to a small private concern The department rests on some of uu act of 1835 supplement cd by occasional fragmentary legis lotion It is not so strange that there should be a luck of smooth and unified operation The entire fabric needs to be recast and put in business trim That is what was proposed by the postal commission of 1607 but congress has not acted on its recommendations There are men in congress who do not join in the demand for the money by the introduction of mod ern business methods m the depart ments Senator Dolhver said the other day that they have certain limitations which are not in the scheme of modern business Our executive departments arc not only business institutions but there is a cheerful sense in which they are also political institutions That is eminently true of the postoffice de partment It has been deep in politics since the days of Andrew Jackson and Amos Kendall Though the efficiency of the de partment is impaired by politics it may be impossible to get it out of politics as long as there are and senators and representa tives who insist upon selecting them Hut the clumsy cumbrous and cost ly administrative methods can and should be swept away The bill embodying the recommendations of the postal commission which is now before congress would do it If were sincere in its pro fessions of economy it would pass the bill That it costs so much to run the diflerent departments is more the fault of congress than of their chiefs Senator Bristow who was long in the postoffice department said the other day that every executive officer knew where he could cut down ex penses if he had the authority Congress should give the postmaster general needed authority If the deficit did not become a surplus the fault would be his Miss Lena Arnold has accepted the agency for the steam laundry Telephone No5 and work will be called for and Get THE RECORD year and the daily Courier Journal three months both for 150 this tI postmasters ItJ opkns one decrepit department sections congress delivered Our electric equipment enables us to handle promptly all orders for job printing Give us your and we insure satisfaction Posters Circulars Programs Envelopes Bill Heads Post Cards Note Heads Letter Heads Calling Cards Receipt Books Shipping Tags Business Cards Circular Letters KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discove InvitationsStatements AnnouncementsIn business FOR cOLDS PBICEE- Oo 100 TrIal OotUa Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QUAltAJlrUD MONEY I h 1 t SATISFdCTOE- 0B REFUNDED REVOLVING wy STONfthWRIT OR PRIC S 1NGjS FEUD a DE ttAtBtu KASAS cfTY rh- oii o WOOL WOOL OLuow A 1 h P o tr- i Mr E A Cohen Is j turned from New York where he ha made a contract with one of the largest wools Mills fci the tlnited States to furnish them 20000 tbs of Wool before July 15th There was never in the history of Greenville such prices paid as will be paid by us this spring Dont fail to see us before you sell your wool Dont forget th t we still paying the highest prices for HIDES GINSENG FURS CHICKENS EGGS SCRAP IRON and all kinds of metals Telephone No 276 A L COHEN GREENVILLE LIVERY CO BARBOUR HERD Manager re E licited and given careful attention Telephone No 182 First class livery serv ice including high grade closed carriages Feed and hitch business so= OfficersW Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant Cashier A Wickliffe E J Purycar R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRSof London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats 01 lsOateete DirectorsW p E- Xk Xa Y ertuaky In an article published in the great medical authority on foods says about and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems t 5 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 II duces a bigboned mentally energetic race His experiments that food for the human beingbut eating it strengthens and en larges the 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 oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker tats because it is the best of all oat meals VeIJd eloped QuakerOats glandthis f for qe QJ Y5 J 1 t Subscribe Record c yip s f 40 fcItJ I I BlACKWUL ROARK GenerallnsUfd e ty4 y eeeeces A Y LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME INSUR ANCE Co of N Y writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky tj O J f Y u that One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed m the 4f f cfil ii 0 t ttl h STEARNS it FOSTER MATTRESS is that th of the cotton is magnified many times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We ralt this to you more fully when you call Sixty Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 The J L ROARK Estate L iI JJo naturalspringiness r lip t r I I I I r4y ain c Nit ad U N M 1 Selecting Wall Paperf- or 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 and if you have a roll or so over it is easy to return it and get credit v o satisfaction lit f r Q0 D0 o 0 ta I i j r J i J Just this time we have SPECIAL BARGAINS IN QUANTITIES sufficient for one to three price in some half PrIce on every pattern low COME AND SEE OR ASK FOR SAMPLE BOOKS 0 7 J 1 X11 ip I ji 1 vat several roomsthe cases being is which vill be sent on request11 o L ROARK Estate ara i Mrs r XO2TU ROUND no 123 Louisville 1125 am 102 Cincinnati Express 154 pm 101 Loulavllle Limited 403 am ISO Central City nccom 715pm SOUTH DOUSD NO 135 Padu cah and Cairo nccom 121 FuLton Accommodation 1240pm 101 New Orleans Special Kor 22 1009 W QCnAvrronD A THE HEAVENLY VISITANT BY CHA2LES WESLEY CUartCBWehtev Epworth England Dec 18 j OH London Manb J9 17V8 tin poet brother of John Wealey an the writer of num her M hymns IVliilc ranch cast H of tht minimal poem It Is now generally conceded to be hltt Tho theme Is the story of the tingcl wrestling with Jacob at fenlel Gencrtls II 2432 J thou traveler unknown Whom still I hoW but cannot see My company before Is gone And I am left alone with thee With thee all night I mean to stay x And wrestle till the break of day I need not tell thee I am V f The mystery or sin declare Thyself hast called me by my name Look on my hands and rend It there But who I ask thee who art thou Tell me thy name and tell me now Yield to me now for I am weak But confident In selfdespair Speak to my in blessings speak Be conquered by my Instant prayer r PS h AndtelLmelf thvjuaiue la Lore V V T f v iy prayer hath ixjwer with God thc grace iV Unspeakable I now receive Through faith I thee face to face f I sec the face to face and live In vain I have not wept Bud strove V Thy nature null thy name Is Love v Tame as I am I take the prey nell earth and sin with ease ocrcoine I leap for Joy pursue my way And as a bounding hart fly home Through all eternity to prove Thy nature and thy name U Love Coombs buys beet hides Monday was county day and there was a good sized crowd in town The next great day to be observ ed is St Patricks Day which is March 17th T Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop lest service The limits of Central Cityare to be extended so as to meet the South Carrollton line Mr J L Roark returned to Louisville the first of the week to continue his dental studies jf fjfFor firstclass livery service including closed carriages call on Postmaster Miller was confined to his home a day or so during the week but is at his post again Merriwether Bros colored have opened a pool room in the Morgan building on North Slam street Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Mr and Mrs A H Lawler of Chicago here on a visit to Mrs W H and other relatives Senator Bradley has ed the appointment of H G Cun diff as postmaster at Browder this county Call onLcslie Hale next toFirst National Batik for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc 13 Owing to the bad weather which has prevailed throughout the winter farmers are gating behind with their work ftawson Springs iSi supporting a movement for the erection of a 10 ooo graded school building The Womans Club of the town has the matter in hand I 515 nm 340 pm Oe8 tO D n tonbthI1M been lutb ComeO t I ho Ii I r t s enk ftbou neCr beuc ImOTtl OIl Ice t Y f I ourt r I i I t lr1 Barbour r 01 fI I t i 0 rftp J are D Witt j re ommend I P of j or 4 r 4 i 4 4 4 r hearts c I E4 SS 4 5 I HeadS I 5 4J S SA 1 4 i I r V lii 4 T v CAKE j biscuit u hot breads If pastry are i j and increased u in quality and wholesomeness s myr 1 iJIS o i4 iWi hot lessened incost iS a 4M45 ti4i j- by the toed at home f and save noney and W It tS i kinc paj3ik- e P health I R R LOCAL TIME CARD I C t 1 a Tobacco has been coming in again this week Good morning Have you start ed your garden yet Horse and stock bills arc prompt ly printed at this office Warm weather has caused vegeta to get a start this week Greenville will soon have three newspapers We are growing Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices The song Ill March in April with May has struck town and is proving very popular as seasonable hit Farmers are hauling out wire fencing material by the wagon loads and this material is being used exclusively now School books for all grades found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f Mr Dean Lovell is out after an illness of several days from a severe cojdlhatfor artitnerihreatened to develop into pneumonia The Coburn minstrels were to appear here last night and advance favorable reports caused a heavy advance sale insuring a good house Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsville one of the best plants in this state Mr Netter Adkins and wife of Depoy are at Martinsville Ind where Mrs Adkins will remain for some weeks under treatment for rheumatism Mrs J M Johnson and Shela and Louts of will arrive Saturday to lje the guests of Mrs Charles W Roark for a couple of weeks If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt de livery The heavy rains of Saturday put the creeks out of their banks and covered the lowlands with water are getting high and with rains will reach the dan ger mark Work on the new Farmers State Bank building is rapidly nearing completion the building being prac tically ready for the plasterers The building presents a nice appearance on Main street i See offer on another page of THE RECORD for One year and the daily CourierJournal for three months both papers for 150 Horsemen were here in numbers at court Monday were numerous however few sales were made and the number ot exchanges was below normal it is reported persons who frequent the alley Many farmers brought horses and mules to town Mpnday to find a here as is most always the case on county court day but this time there was none present and the horses and were led back home lloarks furniture polish is what better than the rest and is sold considerably cheaper and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used t I I comic U a almost booked I daughters The rivers continued I I large and offerings by n expecting buyer some i I iu 7 l l t i b ion cane Louisville S I I Cj E Eades 27 1E53 FznnOAiiT 5 1010 Charles E Eades after an illness of four months from a complication of ailments that baffled and resisted all died t his honc at 5 oclock last Friday evening the immediate cause of death being uraemic poisoning which developed in the latest stages of the illness Deceased had been in various enterprises here for 30 years and his was the longest business life in town A citizen and resident of the county he was known and respected throughout its bounds His energies time and talents were always engaged in every movement that was calculated to inspire and ennoble his a life worthy of the highest emulation He was a mem ber of the Baptist church a prominent character in all its movements being clerk of the Daviess county association and moderator of the Muhlenberg county association in both positions show judgment efficiency and strength Thoughtful quiet retir inK but coupled therewith were zeal activity and determination and on all questions his position was made known and his position was right His private business life all on one true basis he won and held his friends Rev W J Mahoney conducted the funeral service at the Baptist church at 10 oclok Monday morning the services being impressive and con soling Interment was in cemetery His wife two daughters Miss Miriam Eades and Miss Lillian Eades and one son Mr Howard Eades are the surviving members of his family and there is a wide connection of relatives SaMuel Arnold Samuel Arnold in his 82d year died of ailments incident to his age the home of his daughter Mrs L W on Hopkinsville street at 930 oclock last Thursday even ing Mrr Arnold years had been in poor health a sufferer from phthisic and for the past 14 years had spent a greater part of his time in Texas where he received great relief and benefit He was a native of this county and had lived a greater part of his life and by his geniality and many acts of kindness had drawn around him a wide circle of friends and who stood by him in his de clining years There were few men In the county more widely known than JDoc Arnold and none had mpre friends He was a member of the Methodist church and Rev Lewis conducted a funeral service at the home at 2 oclock Sunday interment being made in Evergreen where the body was laid to rest beside that of his wife who died many years ago The following children survive Mrs J C Haden Drakesboro Mrs L W Irvin Mrs Sam A Smith Mayfield Mrs C P Morton Mr J E Owensboro Mrs J E Coombs Another of the countys oldest citizens has passed beyond but his memory will remain many hearts Judge B L P Guffy Dead Judge B L D Guffy one of the most prominent figures in Kentucky for half a cen tury died at his home at Morgan town Feb 27th from an attack of the grip and the infirmities of old age Judge Guffy was born in county Ky In 1833 He was educated in the public schools and college at Glasgow He settled in Butler county in 1854 and was ad mitted to the bar i86 at Morgan town He was appointed by Presi dent Lincoln as Assistant Marshal to take the census in 1860 He was also Police Judge of Morgantown in the same year In 1891 he was the nominee for Attorney General of entucky on the Peoples Party ticket He returned to the Repub lican party in 1893 and in 1894 he defeated Judge Reeves Democrat to the Appellate bench Before time had expired he was promoted to Chief Justice In 1903 he to theKentucky Legislature is said that Judge Guffy never re covered from the shock he received last November when his son Gully was killed by a runaway team at Beaver Dam His wife one and six daughters survive him I Mr L Level in his 7yth year a f Aunt T treatmen andwas andofficial pasta Evergreen Irvh great ni ny admirers afternoon cemetery Arnold ill i Southwestern La- gan sIt E till son ti r1 ti s mercantile ng t for here r wa Selected died at his home at Weir March 1St at 6 oclock p m of the infirmities of old age He was one of the few remaining old soldiers and leaves a wife and several childicn Burial at Cherry Grove March 2d at 1230 pm Explosion in Morgan Mine Considerable excitement was ciea ted here Wednesday of last week by the report that there had been a explosion at tho mine of the R Morgan Coal Co five miles north of this city It was learned that Warren Gibbs aged about 21 had none to work in a room and finding a pocket of gas set his lamp on the floor and started to fan out the gas with his cap Not succeed lUg fast enough he next used his and the gas was driven down from the lamp on the floor A terrific explosion occurred Gibbs was hurled some distance and badly the face neck and hands Some timber caught fire A cage full of miners had just arrived at the bottom and hearing the ex plosion had themselves hauled to the top Some thirty men were at work in another part of the mine but did not know of the explosion until told of it by a rescuing party from the top t I I liter coati burnedabout i serous igniting again Telephone lipemen have been at work here in large crews for many days out tangles and stringing new wires caused by damages from the recent snow aud sleet Scores of in the rural sections are still out of service but the work is being rushed along at a rapid rate Low Rates West via Monoa fioute From March ist to April isth colonist tickets at very low rates will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to the West and Southwest embracing California Colorado Idaho Mexico vMoritana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Washington and Western Canada The fare to San will be 3720 and to Portland 3730 Full information cheerfully ajyvionon Route ity Ticket con D JP A Greenville rapidly getting into the metropolitan class and a new paper Word and Work edited by Rev Wm J Mahoney pastor of the Baptist church will aid along all good lines The first issue ap peared the first of the will be issued monthly It is the official organ of the Muhlenberg County Association but of course will be devoted to the general up build of religious and educational interest The initial number gives every of a vigorous exis tence Brotherhood First Presbyterian Church The Brotherhood of the First Presbyterian Church of Bowling Green Kentucky Robert H Mc Caslin pastor is very desirous of rendering any service possible to young men and women coming to the city therefore earnestly asks the cooperationof pastors parents and friends of all young people who may be coming to the different of learning in Bowling Green and to that end the Brother hood ask that the names and ad dresses of any of their irientls who are now in the city or who intend the near future be sent to the Br6iherhood The will take pleasure in looking up these young mon and women and inviting them to the services of the church during their stay in this city The Brotherhood organization ot Christian men seeks tq in terest the church to secure their attendance and to he helpful in any way to men in genoral Address R F Dulaney Neale Bldg BowlingfjGreen KLy There is considerable conjecture as to the solution of the tion in this section The present working contract expires the first of April and miners and operators have not yet been able to arrive at an arrangement It is freely by many people that there will be a strike but everyone hopes that this may be averted The dif fjerencescare not so great and it is probable hajall matters will be ad justed on a f if basis aqd that will be continued Mrs Nettie Howard of Elizabeth town was callpd here by the death of Mr C E Eades and remained a short while with relatives telephones Arizona Francisco Office monthand promIse com Jlg isan which m nil coalsitua II fJlt 4l- r 4 Northwest Wyoming furnished oJy addressing1 I Ba ltd Institutions Brotherhood predicted operations Womens Book Club K r The I k Club held the frs m in the newly furn ished Ladies ng room at the court otisc Thursday Feb r th Mrs Robt WicklifL led uts ing Wi I I Worn the meeting and after the regular lesson she hut given by the club a resume of the Life of Washington Those who are interested in civic improvement should call and waiting room The room was furnished bv the merchants of the town aided by the romans Book club Mrs Chas W Roark was chairman of the committee on the room and this work she urged persistently until it was fin Mention is due C M How and Co and the J L Roark for their cooperation and discount The purpose of the room is to furnish a rest room for our friends from neighboring towns and the country who sojourn with us for a few hours We want many to be benefited by the room and after a while we may say the room shows use but it never be said thai it shows abuse We ask that walls floor and furniture be treated with the same consideration that would be shown a private room Any waste paper lunches etc will please be carried to the rear room Thanking all who in any way in this vork we arc Respectfully WOMANS BOOK Sentence Sermons Religion expires it does not aspire Your rights cannot involve anothers wrong Goodness without motive is mean ingless The only devine call a true man needs is a human need The past is always poorJo the who has lived in it all hislife Love for giving proves likeness to It is a to know your neighbors faults too well Malice grips the sword by the wrong end tticowfn the cpmpaTs bvertioaVd Some people call children angels so as tojorget their need of clothes He never succeeds who dare not failSome temptations invita tions to moral athletics Discussing the plans usually the doing of the will The man who spreads pessimism ought to go into moral quarantine Theres something wrong with your faith need does not promp to a deed The selfsatisfied man is content withlittle things inany other respect You can never find the devine in a book if you back on it peopleSome Christians think they have the whole armor as soon as they buy a chevron The man who does not know where he is sailing always of the winds There is no such thing as devine service to you if you cannot make all service Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by G W Harbin living one half mile North west of Greenvillc Ky one hog marked swallow fork and one split in under part of right earover bit and under bit in left ear and valued by John Barkley Jr and W Barkley at 00 The said G Harbin states un der oath that he has not altered or hanged any of the marks of said hog This the l ih day of Feb jgio G W HARIUN Subscribed and to before me by G W Harbin this isth day of Feb 1910 V J H LOVELI J P M C Business places of all sorts were closed an hour Monday morning through respect to Mr C E Eades and merchants clerks Und protesj ional men attended the funeral ser Mr J E Coombs lost a steer a few days ago it was not a boet and blood steer but thatlie appreciated almost as much as a fine butcher specimen for it was a goldplated watch charm that he hat fornviny years and was a fine miniature specimen of a steer Mr Coombs wilt paya rewarJ for its seethe furnishing estate assisted CLUII then or man God serious fault oj ou save the t maybe if a seldom turn In complains V sworn I on return i 1 6c 01 J LJ Jf VCk i liberal may l cannot shiply delays your device- viceS worn JiII Lhr f 1fy 3 Show LSS w SS f f Louisville Auto LS 5 Greet Exhibit of CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC Also CELEBRATED RECORDDREAKING AEROPLANE 9 Jt Music and Deoralions Afternoons 25c Evenings SOc For Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealers Association t1 Dog Poisoners at WorkII I Many dogs of all Kinds have been poisoned here lately and the owners have of course been very indignant It would be loss if any number of dogs of the cur brand had been killed but most of those poisoned were valuable being birU and shepherd dogs Just a few weeks of sunshine would be appreciated by our people A great many persons are out of coal and urgency are See the Courier Journal and special subscription bffer Streets and roads are still in very bad condition and traffic is Ramp credo t Preliminary arrangements being made to the starting of the ice plant Pine line of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this The transfer people are handling l ast uantities of springrgpods in It is hoped that continued spells of bad weather will no longer be countered s all I r numer- oUs I T t 1 n orders RECORD areS Office- t llincs14ii c The sun made his ap pearance again that is it was shining at 419 yesterday afternoon I For Sale Eight Scotch Collie puppies and four Poland China pigs fi7 E COOMBS i Mr G M Dexter his been fined to his Hume a few days suffer ing from the grip Mrs T E Riirhey was here from Princeton attending the funeral of her brother C E Eades Best meats of all kinds at Pittman llros new moat shop jTelephone No 279 Miss Lena Arnold now with the progressive firm of Hummel and will be glad to see her friends there Mr Hjward Bides arrived Sun day morning from Hastings Ok called home by the death of his father t Mrs Lillian Yonts is here from Louisville and will remain a few days wlthhor aiatervMrs C E Eades No matter what typewriter you ribbons for it are jn stock at this office People living out of town can leave any laundry at thestore of L Hum mel Miss Arnold will care for the order Mr Oscar Irvin was here from Lexington few days being called from school by the death of his grandfather The rainfall of the past week has been very heavy and it will be some time before farmers can get the field to work There is considerable sickness re ported from all sections ot the county and the death rate has been heavy during the past few weeks Mr W A Wicklifle and wife left the first of the week for St Peters bur Fla where they will spend some time and will visit other points I in the state returning home J is I u apd in r t before t 14 tU JN 4 1r 1 r ct tJ r can use March 174849BllKe Armory 5 Ccbiini Minstrels In Wreck Here The private car of the Coburn minstrels was in a smash up at the depot about i oclock yesterday af ternoon two or three of the actois were severely shaken up and bruised the car was damaged and the mate rial contents of the car thrown into a junk heap A brakeman making a flying switch on a freight was unable to control the car arid the smash resulted Mr Martin Morgan is here Or a short stay The condition of Sampson Dukes continues to improve and he is now able to be up and ibout his hojnc Information his been received that Mr and Mrs W G Duncan are enjojing the time sjeitin Florida and they will renviri some weeks Mr Lawrence Yost of Hopkins was here on legal business the the week anp sHakinghands with many of his old Muhlsuberg friends New typeinthe latest faces fresh tOcks of stationery and quick serv ice place this office in position to command your job printing Mr Ben Mayhugh is confined lo his home a sufferer from kidney troubles but is improving nicely and his many friends hope to see him out soon ry yjw Mr Will pannell vhile his wagon in a was a few hours late in reaching town butsus tamed no injuries in the mishap Mr Chas Y Roark is local rep resentative of some of the Best fire insurance companies and will your business which w cared for promptly and in the very best manner There have been several wagons loaded with household goods pass ing through town the last weekj showing that some persons are mak ing late changes for the year Miss Lillian Eades who is in charge of the literary department in the Baptist college Prestonsburg was called honie by the death of her father and will remain a Manager Gilman reports that the demand for electric lights is still growing and he fears that soon hia crew will be qutof employment as every house in town will be supplied Orien L Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies kinds and solicits any branch Mr James Durham who has been sick for some weeks has been in serious condition the past few days but was reported as resting easier yesterday afternoon Tne livery firm of Smlth Sweep ey hits been dissolved Mr Smith buying the interest of his partner and will continue the business sev eral changes in the way of improve ment are being considered March 2 ist has been designated by National Womans Christian Temperance Union throughout the United States as Gift Day The anniversary of thev birthday x f Neal Dow is March 20th but as this day tails on Sunday the of the temperance unions have decide ftb make Gift Day the thy following Recent conditions have cnip a sized the fact that we should have a macadamized road to the cemetery It would require only about 300 feet of this roadway to make a suitable entrance and the people of the city should arrange for H Amoveni it in this direction havetwea abandoned but should be revived and held J JI i r 1 I firstof I y 0 7 to Mr t o t trithe rhursday tt s creekand I I U- be I t t f I t fewdays i If I trade ti f the tt l omen i4 hr J t C 1I untilcompletion f err INS ott 1 t 0tv I ear a 5 file Wants J 1c utorzt ruatl route ltst ti appreciate J t fall S 5 somewhat I s appears to t Tji1S ROARK Furniture Shades Moldings Goods Coffins Gaskets Robes WrjpperX Slipp jrs Gr ve bisiniftjCtion ROARK r ocIaO 0 t f r t T I W llp per Undert ers j nP y I rs a s u Vaults 71- 1tWCZE ullr u1 i Delayed In Transmlealon He sent her a Valentino wrought with core A neat billet 3oux with a fringe of lace And right the center he crawled this J One day after dating debarred from grace J rromlse to pay to the mild addressed A heart that ia Oiled with affections wine A heart that is loving and kind and true A heart that would barter its love for thlno And scaling the missive twas Bent that day in of a messenger bound that way She mailed him an It ran like this J hold In possession a clam put due Delivered today by a laggard lad It calls for a settlement from you The value you ask has bees yours nyc The storage liowcvor Is still to pay Unless you makogood on the note you gave Ill have to foreclose on your heart today The Poor and the Weak On board a train tho othor day I made friends with a brighteyed boy At Tracy S Dak wo wore allowed 20 minutes to gulp down food enough to last until six oclock when wo picked up diner Tho brakeman assured me that the car went through and connected with the Pullman at Hankato Having finished eating I discovered that the brakeman llko many of his kind had another guess coming On all days but this particular day the coach wont through It had been tA ken off to be retired The conductor didnt know vhero tho coach was Its a habit of somo by what they dont know Instead of by being accommodating There aro oscoptions to this God bless aa a general thing they dont knew much or are afraid to toll If Somebody hazarded a guess that the car misht bo up In the yards some where but tho train Was about roady i la start and It was Hobson cholco my baggage or ro to find It At this Juncture fiicjbrakcicaii suddenly cam tb and n Uttlo boy and his mother Tad car led my grips from the aban dosed I the boy of my mst paragraph and there were my grips and bvercoat guarded and ready to proceed on their journey Then tho mother told mo her story She was a working woman Her husband was dead but she had this boy After saving 150 she answered an advertisement In a Chicago news paper and bought some land in Flor ence S Dak Later sho paid 18 to perfect the tltlo and secure her ab stract Several of her neighbors did likewise Then she got suspicious pave up her position and took train for Florence Upon arriving there the discovered the human ghouls who had fed upon her had left the towa the week prior Her title was a fake She had no land She appealed to the authorities they did nothing for her and at last the drifted down to Watertown she secured a position In the Kampoakia hotel at 18 a month hoard and room The boy was given hoard for bellhopping She had paved her money and now she was pound for Elgin Ill a friend had promised to help her until sho get her feet again After listening tq her story I went sway wondering why hell was to cool and balmy In warm weather Surely poor ever can la a place no hotter than that Only a foolish legislature would try to smash the rutfber and the ere trusts Not all family trees are spruce Some of them Life may bo a burden but to keep thinking and talking about It make the load heavier than lead Many man married aa angel has grown too corpulent to her wings well Oar friends set rich and famous be cause they have good luck We stay poor and lowly because our brand is bad Strange isat it Most any married woman can drive a horse well A horse Is much like a man anyhow In some things When well fed he manifests great affection but at grain time ho is apt to step on your trying to get up to the feed box before dinner Is called The homelier a man Is the oftener he has his picture taken He seems to be inculcated with the hope that tome Umo or other he will get a fla fished likeness as goad looking as ae thinks he Is It is easier to guess who will not bo president than who willsays an exchange Ye the odds are slightly different Tho wer of Plea has a marked streak of lean about it Bring up your boy la the way ha should go and need tear that ho will over become a United Status senator Getting into society Is sat so hard hut hills begs get bit you thalo different I n I 1 0 i o sir I a 1 1 t i I or ruoand i embut 11 i nf 1 con ju tIt c I tI coach found i 11 1 I fi x l t J W 1 r rt where W L J his could on It T It Jyi are thorns II bp J r corns It r ou p ttLnr i r O 7 t It It 1 s y I l r I I r not I l t taro answer I fort C C Chicago bound possibleeith- er t L without 1 1 tv F 1 x tr i butt J 1 r here s 5 theeEddies t C curtt fo a wh w since use- n w ti oft luck r s I 5 f 0 r r a I s l y rasN J if r4 bite no 1 3e whoa the M r t t 1- iit1- Y y y s- J e NEW STRAWBERRIES Two tire Immense Cropper and Strong Growiig Plants Greater pr jrenrf has been mule the last three or iour years along tho line thnii ever before The Camilla is about the only variety that Iritis Its urn but from present Incllea dons cvvi ihit perry will be set on3 side The Cardinal n pistillate earl ety like tho Sample Just now Is ccat liitf qult n sensation Ihe Illustration hero shown was taken from n cluster if last Kcnson anti Ii R correct tike 1 1 rA J N r herr y- llc rl i Tnt CAKDIXA STCAWIIERIIT J of the berry not one of those over inroiru berrlca hut will average wood size ni mnoijso cropjjer anti the most I vlgormi1 gMwInj plant ever sent out It will ho a mortKURi utter says nn eastern grower In American Cultivator Gohlcn Onto Ii nnotliop pow berry of great promise This l 11 fancy berry lllce tho Marshall only It Is worth a doreu of It bung of fine quality n gojtl cropper The Abltxton sent out two yr ars ago has proved about what the orig inator claimed and Is n sato berry to plantAnother berry tits Dicky that has not boon put upon the market yet Is a strong staminate variety nn Immense very flan colors well mil Is n long season berry I have no plants of It on my grounds but as soon as I can I shall set largely oflt Field Dcdder Dodder or love vine Is a great of alfalfa It la a parasitic vine growing on the stems and taking out the life and vitality of even the roots The vine intivlncs Itself about the al falfa stems In great clusters and thriftily or small in exact to the growth of alfalfa When the alfalfa Is cut this vine appears In dry hairy bunches about the sterna It lt KO repugnant to horses and cattle that it will not be eaten as n last re tort before The best way to keep free from dodder Is to buy only clean seed in some cases use fanning mills and try to re clean the seed before sowing If tho plant gets started In a Held the best plan to get rid of It Is to scatter straw over the alfalfa stubble and burn the entire field This does not Injure the alfalfa hut kilts the dodder and other noxious weeds Kim balls Dairy Farmer Hen Manure For Crops lIen manure gives good results on all crops but probably best on such plants as make most of their growth shore ground like cabbage corn or grass Some results however are reported hen manure on po tatoes Wo generally use It on garden rops and strawberries The most ef fective use of this manure Is as we have often described to crush It flue and mix with chemicals such as murl of potash and acid phosphate This makes a fair mixture for many ropa The hon manure Is richer In nitrogen than In potash and phosphoric ncltl and these chemicals give It a rood balance Rural New Yorker Injurious to Trees The most effective Insecticide yet employed against the oyster shell hart sulphur salt wash An application of acts and cropper enemy proportion with ort starvation farmers ate tha wash dur ing the latter part of March or fist weeks In April followed In the case of badly Infested trees by a see ond application before the Iuds have swollen much will gen orally sutllcc to eradicate tho scale Such treatment Is OYSTER siiEU HARK also cflectlvo v M destroying the apple stall fungous spores The oyster shell bark louse is readily distinguish able from other scale Insects by Its slongatcd rather slender curved form being about oneeighth Inch in length Joseph L IIllls Vermont Orchards In Grccs Tho majority of good apple orchards aowadayn are In cultivuthn Tito old fashioned plan of seeding the orchard town to grass Is in disfavor Still there are some exceptional cases apples do fairly well or setter than that while growing In sod Y A Waogh in Gardening L In even t In- nbtch i MAKING BARN SANITARY QooJ Light Pure Air and General Cleanliness Essential Dairy experts agree that tho essen tials of a good dairy barn aro plenty of light pure air and as little filth as possible There are but few barns that cannot be transformed Into sanitary stables at moderate expenseIt difficult to put In extra windows and every stable for dairy cows should have windows that will admit direct sunlight on bright days and at least one 3x3foot window should bo put In for each two stalls Tho frame must fit tight BO as to cure protection during cold weather Arrangements should bo made for opening these for ventilation Mako walls tight by putting In an insldo wall of thin lumber It necessary tilting the space between with cut straw or sawdust Good ventilation can bo secured In several ways If the stable Is low and without extensive outside wall a von tilating flue on the King system open see reasonably stable Floor of Wood tag near the hoar with an outlet near tho sable of the barn will give plenty of change of air A flue two foot square will changA the air for 20 cows Tho Inlets shoud be near the ceiling of tho stable In wellexposed stables muslin cur tame at tho windows may be used says Farm and Home onehalf of the windows of the stable being replaced with light frames with thin mualln Experienced dairymen who have used this system give two square toot of curtain per 1000 pounds of cow as best The change of air through those will keep tho stable free from foul air While this Is a new scheme ft has been fairly successful To avoid undue filth In the stable good floor Is absolutely necessary Cement and concrete are of course covered a Stable Floor of Concrete Ideal but wooden floors are fairly If well laid with proper The main trouble is that they decay too quickly Build them as shown In Fig 1 with a slight slope of the stall and walk towards gutter Do not put a board floor directly upon the ground but raise 11 sufficiently so that It will bo dry underneath al though not exposed to the outside air or It will bo cold Good floors make the animals more comfortable save more of the valuable manure make It easier to clean the stable and make possible cleaner milk The best mix ture for a cement floor In six rnrts gravel or stone two parts sand and one part Portland cement laid threo Inches thick on a firm basis of earth stone ashes or gravel which has been tamped solid as shown In Fig 2 After you have a welllighted well ventilated and cleanfloored stable then you must practice cleaning It thoroughly every day and make some provision against dust Plain old fashioned whitewash made of onehalf bushel of unslaked lime slaked In boll Ing water and applied with a spray pump Is the best covering for Walls Jf the walls are quito smooth a brush may be used but the sjiray Is more effective A bushel of should make 30 gallons of whitewash Soma recipes for whitewash Involve the use of salt oil glue but these are too complicated for ordinary UBO A little salt may be added If handy but frequent applications of plain white wash art effective Ventilation of Stable If your stable is ventilated only from above you are drawing off tho warm air which means loss to tho cows In comfort and loss of the pur est air Foul air must be drawn off on a level with the stable floor for bad air is much heavier than good air When the cows lie down and the vent latlon la poor they breathe foul air It has Its effect on the cows as well as on tho product Solder the Pails Milk palls with rags drawn In through holes in the bottom are a miserable nuisance You can get a kit of soldering tools very cheap and is not much of a trick to learn how to use It Scrape away tho metal around the hole drop a bit of resin over tho place or a little sulphuric acid and then go ahead with your solder Make a nice smooth job of It A Cow Shed Have you an open shod facing the sunshine for your cows to run under in tho warm part cf tho day If not wouldnt It bo a good plan to build one as soon as you can The stock will take lots of comfort in Rainy weather has mode the yard muddy during mild days and frozen Plenty of un der a tight root is appreciated uow slope etc little It It kJl nnd room satisfactory lnorrldl tou p Furniture Moldings Wall raper We carry on our floors and in our ware rooms the largest variety of Furniture in MuhlenbergIf have what you want we will get it for you We have factory con nections with makers of the finest goods in the country and through Oar 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