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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fimm ID L ttli tRecord Adverti ingI Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 11I kit 31t811 t L tt tI wallpaper stock ready for deliv ery and sample books of the finest papers made which can be procured on short notice after selection in r 4t t The Registered POLARDOTA BOAR NOXAL WONDER fla 7450 sire perfect Wenfler dam N QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strain of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in The patronage of the public is solicited J E handonly COO lllS White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needle shuttles etc in stock for all machine ROARS STORE Concrete Work I Contract- edI prepared to do pavement and other concrete woirk and shall be glad to make estimates In pave ments limestone is user in base rtd surface throughout complying with city specifications in every Give me an opportunity to bid on your contracts s I R C MtCllACKBN Call Pittman Bros meat shop Best of everything in this line Telephone No 279 Take advantage of our clubbing offer and get the daisy nal thrc months and THE RHCORD tine year for only 150 t IIS new particular 7 Couier Jour ANY BED 4 But always STEARNS FOSTER Mattress for comfort Few of us own comfortable mattresses I of the best grade of hair are a time But expensive and costly remaking must from time to to them in condition Lowpriced hair mattresses are merely corn promise and the truth about contents their uncleanliness and dangers make pleasant reading Tens of thousands have never slept on but a hair mattress have never the luxury of a Stearns Foster more have used some cheap un comfortable makeshift because did not know the best mattress of all was so inexpensive as to be within their reach If we could induce all these people to alecp on a Stearns Foster Mattress for CO wo could induce them to try it that long and enjoy its luxurious rcstrulnois its com fort they would never give it up and ncvsr uio any other kind Sold J L ROARK Estate a Heavymattresses comfortablefor theyare wouldnot anything enjoyed I Andmany nightsif T S alccp inducing Bye It is a very serious metier to oak for cnc medicine and have the wrong one given you For this we you in buying to bs careful to gei the genuine TMEDPOHDS ac Liver Medicine The reputation of thia old relic ble medicine fir ccnntipation in diRcsticn rnd liver trouble is firrn ether medicines It better than others or it would tot be the fa vorite liver with a larger talc than all others combined s GOLD IU TOWN F3 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE DESIGNS r w COPYniGHTS C TVnrono sending n itkolrli and description nisiquickly nareriain our opinlun en is irlinliy patent Ominninlpjv tlons trictly tiUiioiitlil free lor siiouriiijr patniits- rntonta taken tlirourh Rl i A Co rccclva retrial notice without clmrao liltuo j i rrrr r A handsomely IllnntnilrJ weekly TJirscst cir culation of any Jmriiul Terms J3 a your four niuiittii ft bold by nil revrsilonlor VI urg n ly It does not is 1 TRADE Martin on lnteuta sent I t lI t i MUNN Jew York ti2S 11 Bt W Co rl j rr s w rsasnsmrrs w wwww r1tsj 1 ref son Q established lrnitsc Iii w l v on 3llOOK e ga P UCt t Inn O361Uroadtmy Brnnehomco btytCOJtj Mtihlenberg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in for investment of pluck 3g 3 1r aBQQ jgKg IXlcXOOxlIlnXftlXiil XJIJxIimZ iW I capitaland a 8 r Kentucky VOL XII NO 5 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY MARCH 10 1910 SOc PER YEAR IN ADVANCE1 Poets Protect Themselves We hail with j y the proposed poets union Poesy come to its own until the poets arc properly organized and their union affiliated with the Federation of Labor Education has already taken this step anti is represented the regular Sunday meetings of the federation by the Teachers union Artist are preparing to come in un tier the Painters union and sculp tors are there already under the Marble Cutters association Lit erature should not neglect the op portunity thus offered of getting its just dues Poetry for want of orgamz by its makers is a drug on the market Magazines now buy only sonnets or at the most ballades use as fillers at the bottom of pages At space rates this means Starvation even to tiles facile souls who can turn out a sonnet a lay Our best bards haye been forced in to the commercial line and their efforts only find circulation in street car Pegasus has becom a dray horse Until the poets make an organiz ed stand for regular hours scale of pay commensurate with their labor they cannot expect to obtain justice at the hands of the greedy Interests This will be ac complished by the proposed union and we hope that no bard who has served the proper apprenticeship will neglect to take advantage of the boon of membership Porto Rico I talked with a Wisconsin man to day who came to the island six years ago and engaged in pineapple grow ing He says pineapples begin pay ing the second year and that his average net income from ten acres is Jtioo per acre The Wisconsin man is a boomer and certainly he didntft underestimate the returns front pineapple growing I was told that sugar cane grow ing pays a net profit of 60 an acre and probably you should reduce that estimate a little too The of pineapples told me that he paid 20 an acre for his years ago now wild land in his neighborhood is worth 50 an acre When land is in pineapples and producing it is said to be worth 250 an acre Grapefruit pays about as pineapples and oranges are also profitable There are more than a thousand miles of macadam road on the island the military road from San Juan to Ponce eighty miles being famous because Theodore Roose velt admired it Most points of the island arc reached by railroad and extensions are being built The highlands grow coffee even to the hilltops the boomers say and the valleys produce the other crops Cocoanuts grow everywhere on the island and it is estimated that a co coanut tree will pay a profit of i a year without attention More than 100000 acres are now planted to sugar cane in Porto Rico I quote here the statement of a boomer Twenty acres in grape fruit trees six years old will support a family and enable it to sport an automobile and have butter on its bread Nearly 100000 children in modern school build ings on the island which has a population of about 1000000 making it the most densely popula ted of the West Indies Vacation Notes of the editor of Atchison Kan Globe Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call cr address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi r J I willnever 4 f tot U of I anda t 1 Jf t P grower landSIX wellas fJ f J tarehoused 0 at eO u 1 t I r 4Y I tpa t j I r 9 ti kt t thou 1 1 r 4 tads r sj a 4 1t 4 I Louisiana and the southern portion or Indiana and Illinois CuMiiKuiAXi TEL TRI Co Incorporated The Babys Innings There has arisen a new fashion of late years among the most advanced class of young mothers who pride themselves up on the best of scienti fic theories Instead of spending the great pro portion of its time in fine weather in being wheeled up and down the modern baby does not go out at all The shock of this statement to old fash mod ears may cruel bit the rystcni often works well never iheU s and n little thought applied to it will show vhy It is a plan that not only arrives at several ad vintages but it also avoids many drawbacks Those who recoil with alarm at what sounds so radical an innovtion may be relieved by the knowledge that if the modern baby never goes out neither docs it ever come in but from the very first is kept night in an atmosphere of unimpeachable freshness Such a baby was found recently on a clear but midwinter day in a large sunny room A brisk open fire was bnrning great potted ferns apparently as healthy as the baby stood about the crib and a solemn golden collie kept watchThe baby herself who had never been taken out of the house was a most triumphant argument in favor of any system Her whole eight months of life had been occupied sorely in sleeping twenty hours out of the twentyfour and in gaining the requisite number of ounces per week Sh i had never breathed stagnant air since her entry into a world where there is fresh air for every one although so many people arc kept on short commons- A system of screens and light warm coverings was right at hand in readiness for any drop in the temperature and one could but admit that a freshair child and an imprisoned child could be one and sameThere are many advantages to be claimed for this system first year of existence besides the saving in time trouble and expense Not only is the mother worry about wind and weather and the morale of nursemaids but the baby also is spared much There is perambulator bouncing up and down at the crossings with all its opportunities for lurching slippings and general discomfort The gain to the weak baby eyes alone would be worth the invention A very young baby cannot entertain itself with the passing scene as can older children but the eyes it will need so much soon can easily be strained by glaring sunlight BUSINESS LOCALS Give your job printing orders to Tits RECORD 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 typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are call for a look I want to buy hides and will pay top market prices in cash J E COOMBS Pittman Bros new meat shop near the Baptist church is ready for business Give them your orders Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your and she represents the best plant in this territory b band open windowed during the sparedal no jiggling askedto laundrywork vwv your Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of DR J W BARLOW Grown iutl bridge Vur dun 11 fasouublc Otttue up Htalrri In the Jones Il DR T J SIAIOH Ofllce MalncrosH Ktroct neiir MHlnmrwt It CAM HOWARD YALL II GAVU HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice in Green Building opposite laMcide Hotel DR LOUELLA I1ELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 7H Z O KING Notary Public and Li censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone it DENTIST priem UrIHlllt iy u Ptrywiclan and ur con 0 j Vtfo Buy FURSend r Hide Wool Feathers Tallow Bectwax Ginseng Apple Vid Ginger etc We ate dealers j etfaUUho in 1856 Over half century in LouitnUe and can do better you than or commission merchants Reference any Dank in Write Inc weekly price tilt nod shipttns tics W Sabci Sons 229 E Market St I OUISViLLE KY I Golden Seal Root for Ie I r TJi ffyr t l j J Ycflow May scents louisti ds r THE I I L KING DRw KINGS NEW DISCOVERY I FOR COUGHS D COLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG I D5SEASES PNEUMOIIA AND CONSUMPTION u Two years ago t1 severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work anti scarcely able to stand I then Wa3 advised to try Dr Kings new Discovery and after using one bottle I went back to work as well as I ever wa3- VI J ATKINS Springs PRICE SOc AND 10a SOLD AND GUAArrr D BY All Druggists ra x Banner Ter n1 v i s r r A Jo Gotl Pair k Ti 3 vcs IYlicn roar or3cIj n J pila t c v Asy day ycu rout rc v aru ro t arc ccUin b tVTtrok jpKerco too mukh to let it decay tar wont o pdtiit It costs leas to UK good point lion to go it Vue i ate a our work GARTER Slrk j WHITE L AD- Purs OS Frs Ti rpaniino says the moei crcnahe COWl TIC d of we K never criij or ony years wen will rcmcm iu Le u you when to pact Ye a sad durable job pncci rcooaabe Dont put it off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 251 r cP g Tn sat of bit I Lira l tab n1ec dan I L L sit ai cost ram y without liar s jabot eurc read fir Union Lock Poultry Fence arktt for pnultrf rod orchards and at miter cod than utttit Mrito iir eaUlgc of CDC- It for nil IHirpntn- tmiOH FEKCB CO TO Rasis Mo C M HOWARD CO JJ tako Cartel for your female trouble because we sure It will help you Remember that this great iemale rcmedy mOl The IDMt ruble fence en the D alb City r liti 3 eMs OUi 9 O ro Sgnare ehv gardens and r I IHI tlf miiOig i r has brought relief to thousands sick women so why not to ness many havo said 14 is tho best medicine to take Try it 1 Sold in This City F3 1 her 1B Ql Fo backache p female weak 4 rw J 1V 1Y iof- t a hcadachs periodical akin ft CURES g Have You Tried 111 There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the store Have you tried it If not we urge you to do so before your troubles obtained such a hold on you that nothing will drive them out Even now it may be nearly too late But try it any how If anything can you Cardui will It has helped of cases where other medicines had been tried in vain Why should it not do the same for you drug have in ss v t l w x p Ii nZiQqf r Jas= OF ARf DUi klk f The Woman Tonic My daughter Octava would have been in her today had it not been for that fine medicine Cardui writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennon Ky Nothing I tried helped my daughter until she had taken Cardui I had sent for the doctor when I thought Crrdui to my friends Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use on the Write io Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special and 4pazs boon Home Treatment for Women seat free s 4 hadtaken r tftJiJ t f ct w F list n tiors 1 TpN rauds iE The J L Roark Estate furniture dealers and undertakers has added to its in the undertaking department a Francis Engraving Machine as illustrates 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 necessary only in the larger cities With this machine the firm will now be able to supply ndividually engraved casket name plates instead of the stamped stock patterns usually employed And while the city undertakers make a charge of 5 for such plates the people of this county will receive them absolutely without extra cost regardless of the character of outfit purchased The machine has been in 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 engraved in much better manner than usually done by hand This machine adds to the most complete undertaking establishment in this territory The firm has tie only practicing licensed embalmer in the county a fine funeral c r 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 con stint study of the anagement 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 in view other 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 it any time and see the machine Subscribe for Vie Record Only 50c 1 tltg ttrl1iltr equipment f t j P rat R I j1 2 l 1f n nu 1L FL1 UI AII TtltIIAIAT nT RfCOllD flfSS i M lulrll uttl llt rlla1iiplr rtaLIPIIKU Owns ltua rrestdtnlt UlllKN U ItOAKK Secretary JKMKX L KOAICK EDITOR LcszDlstanso Telephone No 72 ode IH initfx rear of ground floor 50 CENTS PR YEAR IN ADVANCE TBRMS The price of the paper IH pnyi We in alvauoc nod when the Him hue spired to which It I pulrt tbit paper will l o stopped Cards of thnnU ulilttiurr notlr otc If not r than ten will free A ohnrcr of Ho per lin will Iw made for lag Ilium No vnriiiltou of thlit rule to itiiyoi rr t tin in pie copies will be mulled A l erlHMHeni will he lnseritl A rtitr vitrd Wilt l fwriu bMl en n up t nil istwituiHU atlo ail mj kf all rc mlttiinuiM prtjuWi to Ithi PI 1 IMtUS- Sittvfiirlllc Ky THURSDAY MARCS 10 1919 nntercJ at the arecavlllc KyiH stonice as THE bosses seem to be riding with whips spurs at the State Capitol now TIm fair Eva Tanguay seems to become mixed up in the Follies of 1910 TUB PiTTSHLRC negro who stole n of fresh ejjg IK in danger of entering the embezzlers class FINANCES take first place in Eng land and in that respect the Britons closely resemble their cousins in Wall street TIIK rebel army in Nicaragua has linen destroyed again showing what a fast growth rebel armies have in that country Tin man who talks of ed winters out in the Far West is Hkely to find himself an unpopular citizen in a short time AGAIN Mr JJryan has announced that he will not be a candidate for the Presidency Where have we heard those words before Boots for Govenor are in their glory at the State Capitol just now but there is likely to be many a frost before warm weather to nip them THOSE Western avalanches just forerunners of what will to the reactionaries in Congress when the insurgents get a good start JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Jr will notvbe the first rich mans son who has applied himself to the task of disposing of papas surplus money CUDAHY the millionaire Kansas City packer who has long been a speculative butcher is now an oper ative meat cutter and has cut one out of the herd IT will not do for the enemies of Mr Roosevelt to be lulled into a sense of security by the report that he has the germs of the sleeping sickness in his system PANAMA being about the smallest as it is certainly the most bossed re public in the world provides for ro tation in office by having no less than three Vice Presidents THERE isnt a man in America whose vote cannot be bought with a kiss says Mrs Alma Webster Powell suffragetteatlarge The ladys failure to file a photograph with the assertion leaves it still open to debate A NEW YORK pickpocket an nounces his intention to reform simply and solely because of the belief that it will be to my pecuniary advantage Some of the gentlemen of the New York Legislature who have been taking 1000 bribes must be near to the same conclusion by thus time MORE than 2000000 has been embezzled in the banks of five cities of Massachusetts during the past five months It begins to be in doubt whether the standards controlling private business differ from those in conlrol of public office When we talk ot putting a governmental department on a business basis we should define the difference UNDER an old law which we are told Mayor Reyburn of Phila delphia has discovered it may be possible to require the courts to set tIe the strike in Philadelphia This old law was passed in 1893 seven teen years ago and the remedy is compulsory arbitration neither nor mysterious We put our statute books and straight way forget all about them i I 10 lon It hlilu d Address c olldc1n mutter Iud n hove case It It li I j j II t laws- on t r I new Ire furs sueuee y 1 i ni maybe happen r U i M ti c z t 3 w e 1- f 7 3 ancient i t j r Y 1rr 4 t In South America This is the centennial year in South America a splcmiil ex positijn is to begin May i in Ayres in honor of the dawn S iih Atnciiriiii independence to be accompanied or followed by similar celebrations in all the Sou h American States Jist one hundred years ago or to be exact in the month of April 1819 the first revolt against Spain broke out in the province of Buenos lyres now the Argentine Republic Once started the flames of spread like wildfire Long be fore the year was over bands Lids were in arms in New Granada since broken into a half dozen dif ferent States in Chile and further north to aU the States along the Pacific seaboard The struggle between the revolt ing col iiL5 and Spain was long bitterly contested and marked by unspeakable cruelties At first there was a strong disposition upon the part of the European powers that had just crushed Napoleon to in terfere in South America for the benefit ot Spain This would unt doubtedly have been done if it had not been for the spirited insistence by the United States of the Monroo doctrine which happened to be backed by Mr Canning then Prime Minister of Great Britain The war wore itself out and South America was free In most of the newly liberated States the people simply exchanged one form of foi another the rebel goner als turning themselves into dictators as oppressive as cruel as rapacious as any viceroy of Spain To this there was one noble exception Gen Simon Bolivar who for courage military skill and pure minded pa triotism deserves the rank second only to Washington South America has nut made the progress or anything like the pro gross between the years 1810 and 1910 as did the United States flour 1776 to 1886 but nevertheless there hay been a marked improvement After ninny years of revolution and bad government most of the South American States are now believed to be resting on a solid basis support a population equal to that of Canada with its capital city Buenos Ayres boasting of i 500000 people She is today the second country in the world in the third in cattle rais ing and is doing a large and ever growing foreign trade Rose Alaysival Defying the warnings of doctors Rose Maysival worked for eight years in sweatshops to support her and two younger sisters and yesterday died a victim consumption She had been told repeatedly to go into the country but she sacrificed her health to buy food and shelter for the family When she began work in the shops where ready made clothing is manu factured she was only 13 years old When she died she was si- No fine phrases can gild this story told recently by one of the Chicago papers Out of the soil of the com mon life it springs the eternal mys tery of selfless love If we could see into the heart of that mystery we the infinite and the mighty puzzle of the universe which the wisest of men have questioned since human thought began would lie before us as plain as a childs toy Pain weariness the long days creeping to their end their inevit able this simple girl piled high on the altar of her devo tion And upon this sacrifice she laid even the last full measure the priceless gift of conscious existence Now there is a nameless her and a silence where she was Yet the building of empires is of less moment than this obscure life Laws and institutions conquests and crusades reforms and revolu tions are light things when weighed in the balance with the hope and faith that spring from its example For in this hope and faith is all the sanction for mankinds ceaseless struggle upward Our Sailors Must Know How to Swim It has been discovered that of the sailors in the Atlantic fleet now en gaged under Rear Admiral Schroed er in practice off the Cuban coast no less than 2500 cannot swim This shows better than anything else could the change which has come over the navies ot the world in the last generation since the floating steel fighting machines of today took the place of the old wooden ships of war the masts Buen- os ofre sheepand widowedmother willingly couldmeasure darkendthese moundover onwhich f I 1 ct i A illtl of revolution tyranny Argentina M i and sails were of as much import ance as the steam which had only just been ihtrouurc as motive j power Since that day the tar mechanic and he no longer is re quired to up masts and ropes The knowledge of sails and ropes is no longer heel and with this knowledge many other things have also passed out of naval life The boarding and hand to hand fights are things of the past Battles are fought at lung distance and by mathematics at that The art of swimming has been forgotten as a requirement for the able seamen So solid ami indestructible seem our warships it was nut thought that those who than them would ever need to swim But accidents will happen in the best regulated navies and America expects sailor in her service to master the art GIVu NATURE A CflANCE The pfroarrrt ntadshavo potion their1 i ni Nature IUUT f l Wo i s t iuv or il la r I i IHUM O vy nrul army ri t vl J liii f r wCCfS if iialir They AUbiuil tlio wound with Ixvn lofjctl tuitorihivl Ihrn li rd l o wounds fV i i druffs or iwtfe4i in their first aid to tae J linothoda ixsu in tho low rf 7 3 it f ron tn aUil in u inn 1 1 Xtc for tlir ir vountK It N fi I c cf Natures that uci i f U3 suffer cnn time r rnolicr ft ta indigestion impuro I Uxxl niul r rundown Our 1 a in latirts laboratory in t o fragrant are tho roU of tcatcj will sup llv a ioalligivig tonic rn extensive practice tho nflllctod ia do a stri1 parturo from the usual methods of Iij confreres In medicine lcwent straight to Nature for cure of dhxrderg which reunited o ultra ia rn Ramie condition or Im pure lion c f appetite polo or 5in kflt and Aral 173 fornl tho bark cf tJi iUn i Clerrytreo the root of tin Mi ri Store root Oueci3 root ilotx1 t 1 Goldi root made i to r icniti n n coli lic extract by thi f o tho best ivoanl t iiiii TIM resiling inlluunco iM rxtr 0 o rpparont ill tho reHvr itr ni f lo tho r itl ira of Hi 3 1 v burn brighter and their Iacr l j lity consumes tho iLvna rujbili otlmnvlso may pnlt to tystm Thi3 Iterative and extract 3 NTH found to stand rj r invigoraiins Unic as it does not d on i rtlnmlatin I ut 13 JVntxrc inctltMl fa Natures own It Ii well lcnovn over tho world as Dr liTCc3 Golden Medical Discovery Tho was to compound because ono of tliu Immrtaut S root Such an authority Dr llolwrta Bartholow pf Medical C says use ful as a stomachic Cures catarrh of tho stomach accom the 1 drover Coo In his Organic M e licines sp iking of Golden root says that as a Invigorator It las Further in chronic inflammation o thu bladder wo deem it ono of most reli able agents of rhea Aa a tonic In tho stages of fevers pneumonia dysentery acutu cases Sect root ij iocuIarly r Coo continues Vo would hero add that cur experience huts demon strated or Seal root to ho a valuable laryngitis and other affections cf tho ra Of sorvico in chronic catarrh cf tho rtomacli and bowels following abiiFO of alcohol a tonic malarial fever ling a distinct liienceGood la conditions as rterino catarrh etc Ji a tr tivo agent in chronic Bogart M D University Penn Prof John M Scndder In Med Iratlon says nJt stimulates tho diges tive processes and increases tho tion these means the Lloml Is ranched this blood feeds tho muscular system I mention tho mus I believe it lint Imparted 1ia rlinuatinn nutrition Vho consequent improvement on tho nervous systems nro natural results ifiitH ticrcis ouch ycncml vnan iinitu f cplntuii H la nt rrwi7 re t a useful ii til do lilitatcd ttatuj After man yca 3 ftudy anti labo ratory voile JT V prixiueed too n x4 hapy nbiuatiunroot wih other cflicaciou r ot cnliajcii5g and curtive our lorcsf by tho addition of diem tally of proper strength Letter fir ciracllng rrd irrscrvi tio jneds plants Glyc crlno Itself u i mcaiciro to jub ii nut aiu tu Biotiirchcf pnormcl rcsciotlons rUa i i tho crro of dyspepsia cud stomach and Intestinal Tho Common Sense Medical Adviser 1XJ3 pare i3 sent free on r f stamps to pay expense of mailing 21 onoccnt for tlio book 11 covers or Bt rUimjS for tlio cloth InuiHl volume s HV G03 Main Street Buffalo N Y If its books magazines etc get them from this ofiice Stray Notice Taken up as a stray by G W Harbin living one half mile North west of Greenville Ky one hog marked swallow fork and one split in under part of right ear over bit and under bit in left ear by John Uarkley Jr and J W IJarkley at 500 The said G W Harbin states un der oath that he has not altered or changed any of the marks of said hog This the i5th day of Feb 1910 G HARBIN Subscribed and sworn to before me by G V Harbin this day of Feb 1910 J H J P M C m Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call anywhere I I j aIhill I s every Iii lOur U t i1 r t11 I 1t hUH I left to bad had j It i ltdC I ol crhl tins ilL f 1tnu y l tOP yln n rr u had umon the tlC k1 th t use t d crinw mill f I c l tom rife fr I o tonic n t SIS the n tl3 toden antiInl I c tllrrhal d i l f lvanls 1 y nnt ell t ccl lowf ontO3 tons r t r icr 8 Increasing power pure n h r I clan the cf I rocel t Pierce andvalued W 15th 17 tck Lary n 1a ii fir I u tatru cia tata11 war sur ta n i eta i vat r l i T7 xral many ts 1a1 r Pars al3alclr l who1 stain l trv en t c t t tl i ell l also torn systembit dI it samribook els e I it system f eLi bout r o oaten cerao tit ca tcill t cs tmmati a ati nn y Stale 13 a trr LoV ELi D WOOLS WOOLI t z7OL Mr E A Cohen turned from New York where he h r dc one of the largest woo b the United States to furnish them 0000 lbs of wool before July 15th There was never in the history of Greenville such prices paid as will j ontract with paid by us this spring fail to see us oetore you sell your wool Dont forget that we are still paying the highest prices for HIDES FURS CHICKENS EGGS SCRAP IRON and aU kinds of metals Telephone No 276 E A L COHENR- oark Bldg next door to Hales BARBQUR HEAD Manager be Dont s GREENVILlE lIVERY CO GINSENG First class livery serv ice including high grade closed carriages Feed and hitch business so= hcited and given careful attention Telephone No 182 J to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to varnish i enamel or can supply i exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect cf paints enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antce mark foj 7 81r Way of SeNHiligJ Paini dot paintor stainwe we J ACME qUALITY tl because i J tin 1 every purchase of the Acute Quality kind we give you free The Selection and Use of Paintsand Finishes the only com plete paint book ever published ft Greenville Milling Co Incorporated ACME QUALITY Selecting Wall Paper for one or any number of rooms can be done with sat isfaction 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 Qlt 01 10IlgIOIfj o 0 rU With THE lf7ND t Ifr 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 will be sent on request The j L ROARK Estate Officers W A Wickliffe President C E Martin Vice Presi dent John T Reynolds Jr Cashier Ed S Wood Assistant A Wickliffe E J Puryear R T Martin J T Reynolds Jr Ed S Wood C E Martin Geo W Martin u roomsthe I I0I1I I 5T5 1a08 a hec CashierDirectorsW 11 f QO c01 noC v 4- 5veenuitle r ur t BLMKWLL ROARK r 6 1 1 e o r ir r kkr- r enerdl InsUrance FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS We represent the HOME Co of N Y that writes all kinds of farm and city property Give us a call when you want insurance BLACKWELL ROARK Greenville Ky Louisville Auto Show t f fff If i 7 1t i If y wcu INSURANCE xw Great Exhibit of CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC Also CELEBRATED RECORDBREAKING AEROPLANE S Music and Decorations Afternoons 25c Evenings SOc For Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealers Association 1 rts3t Save 75 The highest medical authority on foods Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats PRISCIP L az BUSINESS COLLEGE L2 4 1 k t ICOItPOn 2KA Sccond and Yalnat Streets LOUISVILLE KY i i4 r N P- t In an article published in the great medical authority on says about brain and muscle building There is one kind of food that seems to nie 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 lecithins He says oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Britain He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish diet and says it pro September March 174819 at the Armory t in BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is SIOO Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to one reserved at the rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No lime limit If not ready ujw buy one usc I rI i duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race experiments prove that such as Quaker i Oats not only furnishes the best j food for the human being but eating it strengthens and 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 goodoatmeal enlarges glandthis t- His Z I i z Subscribe for The Record Only 50c y f ri r Ahsolutely t M Is urn RovaB Baking theflavor Powder-S andadds tothe healthfulnessof ROYAL BAKING POWDER Pure I K R LOCAL TIME CARD z C 123 Louisville Express llSSam lit Cincinnati Express 161 pm lot Louisville Limited I OS am 130 Central City aeeom 715 inn SOUTHBOUND NO 195 rniluctih nml Cairo aeeom 515am 121 Fulton Accommodation lilU in 101 New Orleans Special 310pm Nov 22 1WW V G Cnxwronu AR THE GREAT LEVELER BY TAMES SHIKLKY JnmCM Shirley was n dramatic author of the Miventeenth century with a checkered career as a ulerwinan ttrst of the Anglican nine then of the lloinan church Ills theme may nut welcome one Ittil the iiinjoty of treatment nod UH truth deserve our thought The sIorleH of our birth unit state shadows not sulHtamtal things There is no armor apalnst Pate Death lays bin ley hand on kings Scepter nail crown Must tumble down And In the dust be equal made With the poor crooked scythe nod spade Some men with swords may reap the Held And plant freshlaurels where tboy kill But their strung nerves at last must They tame but one another still Early or late They stoop to Fate And must give up their murmuring breath When they puie captives creep to death garlands wither on your brow Then boast no more your mighty Upon Deaths purple altar now See where the bleeds All heads must come Tothe colJ ri the actions of tbe just Smell sweet aril blossom in the dust Read the new ordinance Coombs buys beet hides 5 There are several real estate deals being considered Grocers arc handling seeds m large quantities now 100 locust posts for sale See Howard Eades Mr Marvin Wells was in Louis ville the first of the week Mr James Tinsley was in Eddy ville on business Tuesday Give Pittman Bros your meat orders New shop best service Eggs are a drug on the market only 20C a dozen yesterday Greenville had its first fire in several months Sunday night Horse and stock bills are prompt ly printed at this office Good morning Have you had a night prowler around your home Mr T C Baird was in Cincin nati on business a few days this week Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered People who raise their own are busy with hoe spade and rake Mr Frank B Pannell was in Owensboro on business a day or two last week Sep the Courier Journal and RE CORD special subscription offer Mr Chas L Babbit of Cincin nati was here on a business visit the latter part of the week There is considerable interest over the coal situation and everyone hopes that there will be no strike 15 wants home in family where she can live as one of its members Telephone No 207 Carpenters arc getting very busy again and this season promises more for them than any in a while which means much as build ings have been going up here at a good rate for many seasons NO 1U BOUND I NO oea teO to Are tI the deeds J tour r 0 J 1 I o f 0 i 1 j h n o o o girlof f f lr I 00 r e t a h be- n yield i victor rlctim 1 only S t t t 0 J vegetables w q u White Ion 0- f PA Next Thursday is St Patricks day Robins are here and they arc harbingers of spring Look out for the first barefoot boy he is due any time now Take your hides to Coombs who pays the highest cash prices Only about a month now until the census taker will be around The city council was in regular monthly session Monday night Mr D J Duncan was here from Louisville Saturday to Monday Fine line of electros and stock bills quickly handled at this office Mr Leo Fentress ot Central City was here on a business visit the first of the week Quite a number ot our people arc confined to their homes by ailments of various sorts Best meats of all kinds at Pittman Bros new meat shop Telephone 279 Fred Irvin is taking advantage of every and is becoming an expert auto driver Paper hangers and painters realize that spring is here as their business is opening up nicely Mr J F Poag has had some work done in his jewerly store adding to appearance and Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books sundries cigars tobacco etc f3 Any farmer seen in town these days is a shopper as he only comes away from the farm now when he is in need of something Hon R Y Thomas has been home from Washington for a few days and was here the first of the week on business matters I n o convenience o N fair day interior Have you a ring or other jewelry some sil verware cane or other item that you umbrella want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done best manner Several old soldiers and sons and daughters of veterans arc making arrangements to visit Shiloh on April G and 7 the annual The work on the new Baptist parsonage is being rushed foreman Frank Richardson with a crew of competent mechanics pushing the work right along and the framework is about complete T D Fuller of Quality Ky will exhibit his standardbred saddle and harness stallion Marksman here on county court day See him before breeding your mares mio3t Fanners are making greater efforts for crops this spring than ever be fore known in the history of the county The high price and heavy demand for all products of the land and the farm have made the propo sition an attractive one and farm ers are better preparing themselves for the work and giving it more time Sec the paint ad of the Green ville Milling Co in this This concern has prepared largely in the matter of paints and is in position to care for the public on the very best basis quickly- in h battlefield reunion tt andattention issue- g I Night Prowlers Abroad Housebreakers have been active recently Last Saturday night some prowler to break into the home of Mr G C Morgan but was scared away as he was heard while on one of the windows and when Mr Morgan started out of the house his visitor ran Sunday night while the family was at church sonic one made an effort to break into the home of Prof C C flay den on Cherry street but was scared away These attempts have placed householders on their further efforts on the part of the prowlers arc likely to result in injury or apprehension of the culprits It has bees a long while since work of this kind has been done here and it is suspected that outside tahit is responsible City Stock and Cattle Law guardand extraordinarily attempted working evidently Horses and cows have been denied the use of the streets alleys and pavements as will be seen the ordinance just passed by the city council There will doubtless be some opposition to this law as there was when Mr Hog was forbidden to roam at will but there are extremely few who do not now recognize the improved conditions of appearance and sanitation and this supplementary law will doubt less also make for improved To the Public On account of the extreme high prices and scarcity of hogs and cattle we will be compelled to raise the price of all meats sold at our market after March 13 1910 We regret very much to have this to do but it is cither raise prices or quit business PITTMAN BROS The efficiency of the fire was again demonstrated night Without this protection it is almost certain that other pro have been destroyed There has never been a fair chance given the fire department as the few fires we have had since water has been provided have occured at the dead hours of night alarm being given after the buildings were wrapped inflames But even at that a great showing has been made The Coburn minstrels appeared last Wednesday night and played to the largest audience that ever filled the opera house The organ ization is the best that ever made the town and there was not a dull feature in the attraction every act being well received On account of injuries in the wrecking of the car here one or two acts were not given but the show was a satisfying one clean bright and clever and deserves its extraordinary patronage Why I Sell for Cash A retailer had an advertisement with the above heading m a daily paper It speaks for itself First Because I will save the salary of a bookkeeper and a col lector which amounts to 500 a year Second Because I will save in stamps and stationery too per year Third Because I will always have 3000 to 5000 more in the store instead of on the books and In notes and can therefore serve customers better Fourth Because I will save 50 per cent in the item of clerk hire for one clerk In a cash store can do the work of two in a credit business Fifth Because I will have no bad debts and can therefore afford to sell my goods cheaper Sixth Because with the above saving to me I can save customers from 20 to 30 per cent on every article sold Seventh Because the cash sys tern is the only system and quick sales for cash and short profits is the secret of success Merchants Journal breading department pertywould merchandise conditions Sunday the The J L Roark Estate has connec tion with the largest greenhouses in the State and solicits or ders for cut flowers best goods and service The volume of our business is such that it commands preferred stock from the florists Mr Hugh Bohannon was here a few howls Sunday from Paducah The clear weather which we have been having of late has caused the roads to dry up rapidly and in most places they are getting in fine shape insuring Arrested for Stealing Watch Emma Taylor colored was last Thursday night on a charge of grand larceny in stealing a watch from a safe at the home of Judge J C jonsop where the woman was formerly employed The watch was rccbveredjaod m the search for it a grit Whs recovered that belonged to an I C conductor the grip having been taken from the train some weeks ago This is also a serious charge as tickets and other valuables were contained in the bag the contents were practi undisturbed as there was no cash in it Defendant waived an exnuning trial suit was held to the grand jury being placed in jail on account of being unable to give a 200 This is her first and she has heretofore borne a good reputation A to and Interesting Book We are just in receipt of an un usually attractive circular announc ing a very unusual book The Stark year Book for 1910 which is now being sent out by Stark Bros Nurseries Orchards Co the famous nurserymen of Louisiana Mo The book contains 116 puges 32 of which are fourcolor process reproductions of fruit in natures own most natural like tonature illustrations we have ever seen The other 84 pages are de voted to full discriplions and prices ot the various fruit trees shade trees ornamentals vines play ts roses small fruit plants etc grown by Stark Bros Any of our readers who are to plant a home orchard or to increase the beauty of their home grounds by planting r other plants this spring should by all means send for the Stark Year book for 1910 It really is a remarkable you will thoroughly enjJY looking through because of its exceeding beauty and one you will find very Stark Bros have advised Us they will send this beautiful book to anyone interested on receipt of 7 cents to cover postage Address them at Louisiana 1041 Astronomy Club call bondof offense colorsthe shruberyroses volumeone practicaland lq oii P arrested planning hel fill dneSd On account number of stray bodies that are wan dering around the heavens just now ofthe an interest has sprung up among our people in astronomy It is not confined to the star gazing of man and maid that follows St Valentine but is of the genuine brand calling real study into play A club is being considered and Mr C A Williams is tipped for president A residence near the depot be longing to Messrs Belcher Sparks Rogers and occupied by Mr Henry Coleman and family was de stroyed by fire about 3 30 oclock last Saturday afternoon the fire originating in a kitchen flue The contents of the house were and there was no insurance on either house or contents research S consumed For first class livery service including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Farmers and ethers who are in terested are Invited to call at the county judges office where Judge Rice has for free distribution a sup ply of pamphlets from the U S Department of Agriculture treating on various crops raised in this sec tion The pamphlets are full of good things and should be read carefully Mrs C W Roark entertained from 230 to G oclock Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Johnson and the Misses Johnson of who are her guests for a fort night The married lathes were in attendance trom 2 30 until 4 oclock and the remainder of the time was occupied by the young ladies of the city Light refreshments were School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f3 Arthur Miles who lived here for some time with his parents Mr and Mrs J A Miles shot and instantly killed Bessie Stith on the streets in Louisville about 9 oclock on the evening of March i Miles is mar ried and has one child but for some months has been entangled with the woman he killed I THE RECORD SOC per year LouIs- ville o n served CITY ORDINALS An Ordinance amending r I re enacting an ordinance entitle Ordinance prohibiting horses and cattle from running at large ii the City of Greenville The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as that an urdiaaucc entitled An Ordin ance prohibiting horses and cattle from running at large in the City of GreenvilL be and the same is repealed and in lieu thereof the following is enacted Sec i It shall be unlawful for any owner of or any person having in his possession or under his con trol any horses or cattle of any age or sex to permit same to run at large in the City of Greenville Sec 2 Any person violating this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fitted for each viola tion i oo and the permitting or suffering any of such animals to run at large in the City of Greenville shall for each animal so permitted or suffeted to be at large for each day it or they are so suffered to be at large be deemed a separate of fenseApproved March 7 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L ROARK Clerk Wire Service Greatly Improved CAn fullo C 910 hereby Telephone and telegraph service is now almost back to crews have repaired most of the wires broken by sleet The work has been tedious and very expensive as hundreds of wires were broken and many posts were snap ped in two The telephone service was the worst crippled as there are hundreds of wires along the many lines out of town The restoration work has been done very rapidly Mr Ben Mayhugh who has been confined to his home for some time past is now able to be out again Dr Geo Bohannon of Louis ville spent several days this week here with his parents and friends If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt Miss Belle Batsel of Sacramento who has been here on a visit to Mrs Stum returned to her home Sunday Most everyone who has a plot of his disposal is now it in shape to grow something weeds if nothing else Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsvillc one of the best plants in this state Rev James Baird wife and child have returned to Guthrie after a visit to the family of Mr Geo Lovell and other relatives here Low Rates West Monon Route I normalas andsnow groundat ia delivery putting From March 1st to April I5th colonist tickets at very low rates will be sold by the Monon Route from Louisville to the West North west and Southwest embracing Ari zona California Colorado Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Washington Wy oming and Western Canada The fare to San Francisco will be 3720 and to Portland 3730 Full information cheerfully fur Monon Route City Ticket Office or by addressing 12 H Ba con D 1 A Mr W L Richar son and family this week move I fro n the M B McDonald house to their old home on Hopkinsville street Mr W L Duvall ot Howell Ind here and occupy the McDonald house Some repair work has recently been completed on the bridge at the foot of the town hill Part of the floor that had worn out was taken up and new planking put down Also some additional sup ports were placed beneath the bridge to make it more secure Highest prices will be paid for hides by Cuuuibs nIshedat willmove r I A Clean Man Outside clecnltocss is less than half the bAttle A man may scrub himself dozen times a day and still be unclean Good health means cleanliness not only outside but inside It means will look and act it He will work with energy and think thoughtsHe liver lung stomach or blood disorders Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom achs Blood diseases arc found where there is unclean blood Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs J It clean stomach clean cleat blood a clean liver and new clean tissues The man who is clean in this way it healthy Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases It makes a mans insides clean cnd healthy It cleans tho digestive organs makes pure clean Llood and clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs Constipation is the most unclean unclcanliness Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets cure it They never gripe Easy to take as candy i x A Program Epworth League Metho list Church Sunday March 13 1 p m League Topic Ilow to be strong Leader Miss Francis Richardson SongResponsive reading Gloria Prayer SongScripture lesson by four members Open meeting In what way has our weakness been most humiliat ing Francis Richardson Do we not sometimes rather boast of our spiritual Ray PittmanIs sin to be spiritually weak T C Brown Sang Bible Illustrations application of lessons Miss Taylor Recitation Be Strong Offering Uenediction Roarks furniture polish is some 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 Sentence Sermons You cannot make a deed of love look small Your prayer means business when you get busy The growing seldom comes from the lion hearted Rockets always upbraid the stars for being so stolid When a man has a cause in his heart it will get to his muscles Loves real wealth is often accord ing to its apparent waste The grace of sympathy never comes from nursing your griefs The thing that keeps many out of religion is that we make it so pettyYou can nevcl keep beauty on your face and hide the beast in your heartThe first thing others see in you is the thing you think you have hidden deepest Much of our good would be a great deal better if we made less fuss about it Some imagine they have wings because they are blown about by their feelings No man is so blind to his own happiness as he who will not see sorrow A good many men are loads on their consciences that be long to their livers Its a queer conceit that regards a dime dropped into the plate as a dollar laid up in glory The possibility of really entering into anothers grief is a joy that angels must envy us Some conversions seem to be on the plan of giving a man a bath by combing his hair a new way A good deal that we credit to our charity ought to be charged to our being too lazy to investigate the factsThe worst infidelity is that faith which holds that the universe is so much of a lie that you can foolit with a hypocrites life No man knows anything about heaven who is content that others shall wait for happiness till they get there For Sale Eight Scotch Collie puppies and four Poland China pigs fi J E Mr James Pannell and family will return to their farm near town next week Mr and Mrs A M Jenkins have both been confined to their Cherry street home for several days suffer info from grippe but are better weaknessJesse Mar mother i COO IUS I I t carrying Main Street Rome Burned Sunday Night An alarm of fire about 115 Mon day morning quickly drew the fire department and hundreds of people to the residence ot Mr Chas Wick liffe on North Main The family had discovered the blaze which originated from an unknown cause in the rear room and the rear of the home which was of frame construction was practically des troyed before the water connections made Two streams checked the fire rapidly but the front portion was badly damaged as much by the flood of water as from the fire The kitchen furniture was destroyel but most of the rontrnts of the other rooms were saved somewhat The home was occupied by Mr Wicklifte his mother and sister Mss Nannie who are now at the home of Mr Robert Wickliffe ad jrtinii g Mr Wickliffe in his efforts to save the furniture iiijuml his shoulder anti has been confi ic I to his home Insurance of 1000 will help to cover the loss Mr Wickliffe intends to will soon begin operations Public Notice We are compelled to announce a slight advance in the price of meats which will take effect March 13 This action is forced upon us by the raise in prices of stock as well as the scarcity of offerings which leave no other course for us but a raise in price We thank the public for past favors and ask further patronage J E COOMIIS Co Mr Jim Durham who is suffer ing from a complication of diseases is resting somewhat easier but his condition is not improved Mrs Martin announces that her spring millinery stock will be open and ready for inspection March 14 A great line will be on display Mrs H C Levis and Miss An drea Bennett have been confined to heir home for some das but are slightly improved were I S rebuildand I i e yr fartk e r damaged 4 r d v a 3y r r fr A Bissell carpet sweeper will last longer than 40 corn brooms costing from 12 to 15 the sweep ers cost 3 to 5 75 See them at Roarks and have other advantages than the moneysaving features ex plained There are only 15 more tickets left of the 1000 on the gold watch and in a few days Mrs Martin will give the watch to some lucky custo Mrs Albert Christian of Memphis Mrs L Stuart of McHenry and Mrs R D Brooks of Graham are visitors of Mrs Chas W Taylor Mr J C Kelley who has been suffering a severe attack of bronchial pneumonia at his home in the east end is considerably and it is hoped will soon be out again Mr J V Ragon who has been confined to his home for several years suffered a stroke of partial paralysis Tuesday and has been in dangerous condition since Yes terday afternoon his condition was slightly improved with a return of consciousness but his family anti friends are very appre hensive Hog jowl and turnip greens Are we to have another snow A longdistance weather forecaster so predicts mer I improved reportedas h 7 front c 1Rgs F n RAC a l re A y RQARK Fvirrviture Shades Moldings UrvdertJkers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes ppeiv Slippers Vaults Disinfection ROARK i4 Jo 4 t tl1f u W llp per1 w st SSLIJ I f J i a a ray Grave ff SCIENCE OF GRAFTING LrnMiiifl Tniinljt liy Some KxorrLm- eiiCM with VliiPN C iutnc Ml nt the California StiCun- KwnJts of experiments in bench P nrti C rcMstniJl have recently been reported from tic ifornia lix itfriment station The experiments Include tests of the relative value of English and hninpin grafts lenvinjr two eyes on the wrens and leaving only one preliminary In pnnd planting out in the nursery im mediately after grafting rind enllusiii ill straw covered with sand The cut lings used varied front onefourth to in h in diameter and were from six to nine inches Ion The low er cut was made through the knot of the bud and tits last internode of the upper left IK long as possible All the lads on the were ea refully re fioved n deep cut being made in order to remove lite adventitious buds nt the base of the unin hilt Scions wire prepared In n similar way except that the buds were ref j 1 1M1 e toll I t I tine t callusing one hslf 4 I GnAFTS FOR GRAPE CUTTINGS English Cleft 2 3 End to Krd The scions having only one eye were out through the seeond knot in order to leave the eye protected by n interncde With the scions bavin two the upper cnt was made nbont an inch above isle second bud fye Care was taken to prevent drying out of the cuttings and after ward of the grafts grafting as originated In France was praetied in some in stances The number of successful grafts obtained by this method was low hut those that did unite made ex cellent unions In grafting by thin method the ends of and scion art cut nt an angle of about 70 degrees nail Verdi In place by n piece of galvanized wire which is pushed iuto the pith of eneh piece The proportion of successful Chain phi grafts was slightly greater than that of the English cicft The success ful English cleft grafts however were considered superior to the other in the matter of completeness nna strength of union The experiments with twoeye and scions were on the whole in favor of the use of two eyes The difference between grafts in sand and planting them di rectly in the nursery as soon as marls was very striking lose previously cnlbiHcd produced fil of good unions while the others produced but 2R per cent There was also n differ once in the growth of the grafts in favor of those in sand GOOD PEACH REGIONS Think Snltnltlc Con Hr Kotitul lit All PArt of ibo The past eaton been one that ln mode peach culture more interest ing thou any other season that 1 rcc olleot in Illinois from the fact that they have shipped an excellent kind of peaches to market nail I suppose made a reasonable amount of money We used to talk about peach sections it used to be supposed tint it war confined to certain narrow territories Koine of them down east one of them over in Michigan mother in southern Illinois but the spirit of has led men to study requirements for successful culture of various kinds of crops one of them of course peach and that study inns sct men to for suitable locations Knowing the requirements we funs there ire millions of of good tench region I have no idea of how much undeveloped firstclass peach innd thieve is in the United States and the transportation companies have wade possible the delivery of peaches grown in any section of the United to nay other part of the United States with due dispatch and in good order That leaves commercial peach growers in n position where it is a question perhaps In the near future nf a survival of the fittest a brutal aid law hint humankind seems to know no other law but the survival of the fittest In the pursuit of the almighty dollar we know no limit to our am bitions Where acres of peaches were planted a few years ago whole solid sections nre growing today The mar ket of course has been developed nnd by the same transportation facilities the consumption of all fruits seems to be on a rapid increase although we must doubt as to whether It can keep up with the wonderful in crease in the production Morrill In Farmers Review Dont oprleet the Garden Gardens that pay best are those that receive the most attention A garden will not take care of itself and yield a profrt Probably no part the farm pays as large a profit as the garden in good hands A man tbut realizes this will give it the first at tention in the spring both as rcgaids labor and The garden lover will not forget it when other of the farm also need attention If a man will not do the work necessary or Imo it dne he may as well not attempt la Katie a garden tfarniers Review 1 J It ock callusing the per cent 1 callused Fruit has commercialism hunting extended p I 1 closed eyes the End to enti t one esc E xpcrt Grower Sall Country I 1 v r p i being tie tt acres i States 4 a P a Y rrl 1 4eL fertilizer r part 4rt uIImo st CARE OF THE BREEDERS riioj ai Kt In Good ConUV nt fccanon of Pear At this line of the ytvr two impor iriv ciiu t lie to the care of the UAvillnjr stock If our iroedcrs are In poor ooiulltion vc roust isiovt our chiikK to Iw weal trod luck nj ii viillty says a writer In Sue Cisfrl I oultry Journal Many breed ers wonder why Iay lose so many hicks every y r They great tlu ehleks the beat 01 Hul wad care oath still they lost 1 re numbers Put often thvco same persons neglect the olj which they raiso their chicks If po olo at trims time of year It is ft plan to have the birds on a rss ma e tae larger the range the better it trill b for the birds Hs from htrds 011 iw ran30 are always more fertile than from birds in yards Unl fociu of u ennnot give air birds free rinTc Tluvi the best thing we can o- j Is to as nearly as possible nitre our rar led birds conditions they would Lave T tliov were on a frea range Mot know tram these con ditions are green food roost none etc 1 make a practice of fesdn my malt birds cnct n day separate from the I have found tits plan ktvps hew birds in better condition than hey would ohorvd e IIA i The hens too should be well feel Iliey cannot pwvluee strew VT H If they ae thin and huisry Nei titer can they if they are over fat A j lappy inediun should be obtained bo twcen these two extremes The breudin rtock should not Sept la the sum yard or pen with tIC yonn stock If the young stock is Riven free range as It should be then the oll birds should be confined In this breeders make n mistake They allow th young and old bird to toother touch to the disadvantage f the younTpr and weaker ones I nave found that best results eau be obtained by mating a male bird to six or elht leas and not over tea hens at the toast This applies to birds in con Inomont If they have free range fit con fcxjuls are not too many for one rigorous nale A Simple Jlronil Coop The brood coop herewith illustrated was designed by Victor I Cauclay of 1aylora Kails Minn It Is an extraor dinarily simple affair tutu can bo made of almost any box of suitable Size turned on Its side and slatted part way over tho front A frame covered with one Inch mesh poultry wire Is ar I I I tt 111 lime nit nl1llll bh ooJ the roul Jn ell scrolls Ittdutill lit amt lit Ito ls fro leas run ranged to slide In and out so that at night the brood pony have plenty of air and still be protected from animals During the day when this wire cover sd frame is slid to one side the hen kept confined by the wooden slats while the llttkj chicks may run forth In and out at will One often overlooked but n source of loss is the coddling or hold Ing over of chicks lacking vigor of delaying for toy cause de stroy at once all chicks which are crip plel or weakly If sick especially this shown ba done The great danger Iw the fact that they may later be over looked anti bred from says Kate Thy son Marr In Poultry Success We toast breed for health and vitality by riirid selection It may seem cruel to say burn the dead baby chicks but It Is tho best way Many cats are taught to kill chicks by allowing the dead ones abound ail If they decay and the old er fowls sat them It may cause serious Illness In fact this is the cause of Umber neck Cull out often oath while the number of our flock nary la sonic ases be much decimated yet we thud it pays Vcnls LCKH Welt legs ro often met Is the result 3f disorder of the kidneys that to a nurse of feeling with an unsuitable llet Give the chiefs a ratlrr ltrw illowanca of most or sop other ani mal matter and some milk to drink also some porridge madi of middlings and milk All their diet should be highly nourishing and such as eon be easily digested It Is also advisable to keep them on a bed of dry chaff and If they are In a brooder to keep down the temperature to Just below 90 de grees Do rot Crowd Chtclcr Do not put too many chicks In a brooder Between HO and 100 will do but CO Is best Too touch or too Kttle beat soft oath sour food told not enough exercise are the causes of bowel trout e At present the condition of is such that we must depend to raise our chicks with the old of brooders Tile old way Is getting too slow most people now Flavor of KKS The flavor of hens eggs Is declared by an English medical noun to be very materially affected by food When tho units are scavengers their eggs are mad unfit to cst but a diet of good pure grains produces remarkably Cuo tui 2 eet CCUR I the thin n the thlu s fort 4 1 i backslid Kill R1cnlclln Instead tits VIDE TIRES The Pros and Cons Concerning Th lr Utility en Ccuntry Roads This is a question which hits re c iccd a great den of attention and about which there has Leon much dls curnion Whether or not akin tires are the mot satisfactory depends upon a number of things For ox ample on hard roads wide do not pull heavier than narrow tires hut on route country antI especially where the dirt rolls up it Is linicnlt to use a wagon Many states have legislated on this subject hut tho question is ntlll unsettled Let us look for a mo ment at some of the problems Ono of the most convincing tests which has been reerred to often was that rondo at the agricul tural college several years no A load weighing JiGtl pounds was uses in the test The tires of tho wheels were Incites and three Iclcs ro peetlvely The draft of the narrow tires was ISO pounds or 41C per cent more than the wide tires Estimat ing the wagons to welsh 1000 pounds thus on broad tires a MSpound load would he drawn as easily as 2000 pounds on narrow tires The broad wheels do not injure the turf while the wheels RO through Under some circumstances the nar row tires evidently draw easier This is true on a dirt road which is muddy fhen tco as a rule bread tires have been used on low whees Generally speaking low wheels pull heavier titan hilt wheels particularly whero the road Is rough In a recent Inquiry sent out to users of lowwheeled wide tired wagons the consensus of opin ion was that wide tires were much more satisfactory first because it was easier to put on the roads sec oath because the reads were injured less by these wide tires Whero nar row tires tended to cut up the surface of farm roads wide tires tended to pack the surface and make it hard A few years aso some very com plete tests were made at South lend Ind The conclusions were as fol lows On hard roads block Paver moms and other permanent and roads there was no argu ment so far as actual draft is the effect boing rather against the wide tire and in favor of the nar row tiro In the effect on hard roads wide tires have the advantage and this benefit should ho appreciated by turnpike and macadam companies In soft 1 slush and other similar clrcumsUuccs the advantage is against the wide tire and In favor of the narrow On the othor hand on sod and sot ground whern the wide tire does not cut In and the narrow does the advantage is on the of the wide tire A test was made at tho Ohio state university and the results were simi lar to those In Missouri Two horses could easily draw a heavy load on a grass sod whoro tho tires used were usedIt with thus ho seen says Orange Judd Farmer that the matter of wide tires Is very important from tho standpoint of the man who Is inter ested in better highways There are however two sides to the question and every state must fully discos and Investigate before attempting rules and regulations FOR SAVING SEED CORN TailEnd Box Which Will Prove Handy at Husking Time At husking time make a box one foot wide as long as the width of the wa on box and a few inches shallow er Fasten hooks on one side to hook over the endgate If a wornout buggy tire is available suggests Pral I ron l I Ito oud 1 y w I i lone I I I I the any wtdo tlre u nnrr substantial concerned Box for Seed Corn Ears rio Farmer it would add to the strength of the box to bend it to ex tend from the top of the outer side of thg box under and around to the In nor top tcrmlpatlng in the hooks as shown in the accompanying illustra Profit on a Cow It cots on an average of about 2500 to keep n cow a year The average good cow on trio farm Is cap ails of yielding her owner as high as 4000 n your and the average poor cow 1000 Which are you keeping Mr Dairyman The cow that yields you about 1500 profit or the ono that costs you 1500 for the priv ilege of keeping and caring for her Its a good thing to engage In hairy tug if your bank account needs a bracer but be careful to have the right land of cows Therein lies the secret of the whole thing in being a successful dairyman Farm Figures These figures are large but inter esting There are 10438219 farmers in tho United States with 5739G57 farms teeth 20514001S3S the pro ducts of which are worth 3761177 706 and who feed not only them selves and the rost of the million Americans but send 117718 657 bushels of wheat to say nothing of 13919018 barrels of flour to eigners Tho foreigners pay 856 for the corn and 28757517 and J5910CSCa for the wheat told flour or 62061- I ftfJ1y s Iff oj r ion eight ou 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