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Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, It pays for itself, ? sure of returns. potter's clay I gctc., and the most inviting field in Ken-- s tucky for investment of capital and pluck. 1 GREENVILLE, KY Preserved J VOL. XIII. NO. 7. Auto Trucks Instead of Mules. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE liggs. Stnark'is Some Missourian said regretfully the other day that the United States was unprepared for war. The reason he gave was that his state, the great nuilc raising one, had not on hand enough to meet army needs if any considerable amount of hauling had to be done. The veterans of the civil war, whichever side they fought on, will recall their dependence on the army mule and shake their heads at this. There is no occasion for ahum. Though congress and the war de partmcnt have not found it out, the mule is no longer necessary. The army teamster, with his command of profane language, can be mustered out of service. The day of mechanical transport of army supplies has come. They have recognized that in Europe. During the French grand maneuvers of two years ago, which lasted lor sixteen days, 100,000 men were entirely dependent on motor transportation for their daily bread. The service was perfect.. Germany has its automobile corps. Italy is buying 600 power trucks at an expense of about 1,200,000. If the maneuvers which the American troops arc now to engage in shall call for much hauling of supplies, camp equipage, etc., over the extensive plains of Texas, the auto truck is the thing. The army should already have supplied itself with In the highly improbable some. event of army movements in northern Mexico they would simplify and makeveasy the transportation prob lem. The time has come to give the balky mule and the profane teamster their discharge papers. There may be a place for them in civil life, but not in the modern army. Deal at home as much Jjas possible Build up your home tov'n. This wuV make you a better home J market and enhance the value of your property. Foiated Paragraphs. arc ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt deMany letters are being received livery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred J in Jndiafrom the Uoitexi S,tatcbcar iJUiiik&P- - cnahp 3. (or 4u; v vvhite Narcissus, Uraftdiil-jM- . this iate applies. ont? to the British Roman Hyacinths, 5c, 30c doz; ; Isles, Canada and eftioundland. Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; I Dcddirig Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; L'orcing Dutch Hyacinths, 10c each, ?i.oo doz; Tulips, mixed, 20c doz. '1 The Supreme court of the United States handed down an opinion the other day which should be of general interest, because it strengthens the pure footl law. A St. Louis firm is in the egg preserving business. It sold a number of cases to a Peoria bakery, but held them m storage, subject to shipping orders. After the goods had been shipped and were still in the original packages a government aucnt seized them as adulterated. The eggs had been dosed with borax, chmrary to law. The lawfulness of the seizure was disputed on the ground that the had no jurisdiction government over goods carried in interstate commerce not intended for sale Title to the eggs had passed before they left St. Louis, and the purchaser had had his own goods ship ped to him not for sale but as a raw material in manufacturing. This was ingenious, but it did not convince the court. It held that the pure food law was in the interest of the public health, and makes contraband products adulterated in violation of law which enter into interstate commerce. Whenever they do, the government can pursue and destroy wherever found. If it had not been for the government these doctored eggs would have gone first into the cake and then thcstoniachc of the i'eorians. It is a sad fact that eggs which are beginning to decay, or which arc kept from utterly spoiling by illegal treatment, find a market in many bakeries. lvcn those which arc extremely far gone and cannot be worked off in cake can be used for the purpose of glazing bread. The state, as well as the nation, should keep an eye on bad egg6 and pre vent their use as a raw material in manufacturing food. Star Ndus ware-roo- Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floor and in our Crown and Drltle Work done at reasonable prteog. OOloo up stairs, in lueJones Iluiltiiiig. DENTIST. the largest variety of Furniture in Muhlenberg. If we do not have vhat you want, we will get it for you. We have factory connections with makers of the finest ooda In the country, and through "Our Spocinl Order Department" can supply any exclusive articles at less prices than city stores or mail order houses. Our Picture and Room Molding-stock- s arc always complete. Wallpaper is now a staple. article of merchandise, being used all the year 'round. And we always have full selections, prices 5 cents and up per roll. Orecuvlllc, ICy. KING BRB T. Iliyi-ilcln- n OfllccMuln-rrott- J. SLATONi lb unci kSurgoott) H. GRAY. street Bear Malnstrecl. WAUE CAM HOWARD. HOWARD & GRAY, LAWYERS, Office In DISCOVERY THROAT FOR COUGHS NEW DISEASES Green Bulldirtf, opposite LaMcade Hold. " COLDS Ols, HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY PHYSICIANS EnqMum - - tairjntlmtn, OSTEOPATHIC CURES '"THROAT mid LUNG GSTOur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we ere exclusively prepared to supply individual Name PUtcs, which we furnish on all Office at Home, Eait Maitvcross Street. Tclephono No. 79. LUNG outfits without extra cost. SAVED HER SON'S UFE Undertaking arid Embalming. 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We use nothing but goocf paint cn our 270 Why We uliin al' vehicles Direct from our Faetur' C. O. ). loCoiiMintcr Mibjcit to cxaminntio:; rti. a ppnivnl 011 3(U ys ft cr trial. It is of the Rrca: t ' tmporiniiccto tne t,:ol UutJSy Js Ilnrucw Co. tc have every one wbotkals v.ith us n pU asert ni Waft. The proof of the bluffer is in his failure to make good. Hew to the line, but eee that the line is in the right place. The man who pleases only himself has to supply the applause. The more style some people put on the more collectors they put oft. Sidetrack fair weather friends by saving your money for a rainy day. Htw much money have you wasted in trying to get something for nothing? It' takes ,1 busy man to see through a joke and recognize the idiot behind it. If a man docs well io a small town he soon gets the idea that he could do better in a city. Some men do a lot of unnecessary work in order to save doing a little work that is necessary. 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BOHIE, IS It is a very ssrIou3 matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine- - 47. ami ht. VivYoax A- - WOOL) JJJj Being Dealm. WE BUY pj j rr J. ) L. HENRY WATTERSON Editor. WIS CAN Liver Medicine mm f M J'JjB ESTATE ROARK Women YOU THE RECORD AND THE ble medicine, far constipation, in- digestion and liver trouble, 13 fhrr:-- ly established. It doeo not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not bo the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger sale u:an all others combined. SOLD better fer yea thaa oeoU or commission oerthanls. KtfcrtaM: aaj IsbV in LoaisTille. We furnish S Wool Bags free to onrshippas. Write far price UsL Pale-Faee- d m TOWN F2 What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business suc cessful and your dometltc life full of pleasure, if you are not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? Everyone should have a telephone. You are conuected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous cs. For any information call man ager, WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L 6 i.JLS?Jl,A7 Heavy: ..-It -' BOTH ONE YEAR FOR pJS -- raffJ .tf'ffi I vniu ran prices KALB. LL1 KAK'SAS CfTY, MO. We can also give liberal More than nine out of every combination rate with Daily ten cases of rheumatism are or Sunday Courier-Journasimply rheumatism of the Com muscles, due to cold or damp, Write Courier-Journl. al mm jrytn.ly. ty iANan.l lit- - MPCUAN1C You ladies, who have' pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn-o- ut expressions, you need a tonic. The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic. It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on the womanly organs.and help to give needed strength and vitality to the worn-owomanly frame. Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no minerals, no Iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dangerous, or drugs of any kind. It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. ut habit-formi- ng f. . r KCTybody rl. the Ir(r. 't. li , ' i.rr II )uu nine Sludajear. n Full. Co. S'liiple ptac- - turn. Sam IdUou. Mass. ft. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send CMMkrland Telephone & Telegraph Co. your subscription order to this Incorporated. paper NOT to the Courier Turkey has taken another step Journal. forward. The buildings that house the ministry of mines and forests A Bisscll carpel sweeper will and of agriculture are now lighted last longer than 40 corn brooms, by electricity. costiug from $z to $15; the sweepers cost 3- to 5.75. See them at Save your home by having your Roark's, and have other advantages flues repaired. Hartley Bros, do than the money-savin- g features ex plained. this work ia best maonerr. - In or chronic rheumatism. such cases no internal treatment is required. The free application of Fliotocrniliy nioTiH.wpu Dc 4Uu! put trtlM.:.., Ami . ii it-. is j ; ' h White Sewing Machines, in rotary and vibrator; needles, a shuttles, etc. in stock for all fl J43 machines. ROARK'S STORE, m j i The Woman's Tonic cof!t' iii writes ain's iniment iiiM : I' AmarlcaaPholoapV a nil that is needed and it h certain to give quick relief. Give it Get potted plants and cut flowers for yourself how a trial and st-pain and from Miss Lena Arnold. quickly it relieves the IFOR corcness. Price 25c; large size, 50a You are invited to inspect tl.ei Give your job printing orders to most complete Kitchen cabinet on The Record. the matket. koarfc. Typewriter ribbons, all machines, at Roark's "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Cardui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, 1 had suffered from female troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it. U'nty fo. Ijdie' Advisory Drpt. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Cliiltanooca. Tcnn., (or Ssccr?Unstructwns, andW-pa- tSSSI5 m$mmnI Sooi TITTlTrTTTIT V book, "Hunc rrcatincntlur Vomen." mm 1 S :aitiri.. Mm Trial BotUc Free 9 T(i R 0 AT AN D jLUN 2J.?j!li ? !f B fl I I mm Special Prices, i Ml . - few moments and then pick up the blue sand stone which had been dug cup and examine the position of the out of tl c Silver Hills. A meeting as atJH grounds that still adhered to the was held by parties interested in the An Independent Newspaper. cup. From the arrangement of the project. George W. Short of Greengrounds they could tell whether the ville, a leading merchant and tobacprospects were "cleat" or "cloudy." conist, together with Duvall, was If there was a clear space down the delegated to take some of the ore OUIKK - KOAUK, Secretary. rrwfclCRt. side of the cup it indicated "good and metal, that Duvall claimed to luck" and "go ahead." If the side have extracted by the use of his Okiisn L. Roakk, Editor. of the cup was clouded with grounds iron ladle and a wood fire. Sixty years ago this spring an ex- - selected out of the ore, and much it foretold "bad luck" and "look They were instructed to go to Tuioptonc. No. 72. OfBv in w nanps rear .f :;tore. prouud floor. citemcnt was started in the western i rejoicing took place. Cincinnati to an experienced asout." The next day digging would be part of Muhlenberg county which The rod was considered the most saycr s oincc ana nave uotn rocK yeas, in adyakcl 50 caiTs continued for more than two years. resumed with more earnestness. reliable way of determining the pres and metal tested. 'I his was done. Mark Duvall claimed he had lound After a while, the natives com- ence of silver ore. The "silver witch" The chemist stated that the "metal" TBRMM. silver ore in the hills of his neigh menced trying to extract the silver in using the rod could answer ques- was a mixture of metals and declared f th paper Ittpnyn The anltuvrtption jwU-Uit in d VHttoe, and when thr time hna expired borhood. Mark Duvall was a son from the or. They procured cru- tions with a "yes" or "no." The it could not possibly have cqme out to vrhk-i- It U pld, lb paper will tic tttopperi. Cant of tfennka. obltnnrv iigtloiw, etc.. If nut of Denj. Duvall, an old settler who cibles, small earthen melting pots, nodding up and down of the rod of the sand rock, for the rock con lonirer th:w tM llncit, will Wpuhltahcri fro. A lived about six miles west of Cirecn-villand would try to melt out the silver. was for "yes" and the horizontal tained no metal of any kind. Hut charsi- af frf .ifter lino will Ue made, for muioce line. No vnrintlun of tttlB rule to anyone. lJcnj. Duvall was the father Hut none was successful in getting movement for "no." There was Duvall argued that it did. So Short lro Mtml epli? will Uc ronllod. Inserted. A rote card of three sons: Howard, Mark and out the metal, unless Duvall hap great confidence placed in the in Ad verttfiement will and Duvall left Cincinnati without will le fumUaU oh request. and mnhe all rc Hen Jr. or, " Darky," as he was com pened to assist in making the "run." dications made by the rod. any encouragement. AtMrean allcwmninnU-niloHShort lost all mltto8 payable U. UBCOUU IMtHSS, This was discouraging and they monly called. (.irDonrille. Ky. As a general thing, the people in confidence in the silver business and Mark Duvall when a youn,; man would ask Duvall, "Why is it we the county had but li tie knowledge ithdrew his support and influence learned the tanner's irade under can not obtain the metal like you of mineralogy, metallurgy and chem- and remained quiet. 1911. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, John Campbell of Oreenville who do?" He would answer them, that istry. Dr. W. 11. Yost, a leading In spite of this set back much in Balerad at the Greenville, Ky., pontoftlec nf conducted a tannery near where the if they had good acids like his they physician, was considered the most terest was still manifested by many SMond-clnmntter. Greenville Milling Co.'s planing mill could get metal. competent man in the county to of the owners of the so called Silver Some procured a mouth blow pipe make a test of the metal. After an Hills. Dabney A. Martin, also a is now located. Mark had also deThe liyc and flic Oculist. voted some time to the study of Irom Professor Donaldson who was examination, he pronounced it tin. merchant and tobacconist of Green In a recent number of a popular chemistry and minerology and be- teaching school in the old brick col- Howard Duvall, a brother of Mark, ville, wanted another test made. So magazine a writer has given a- - vivid came a good tanner. After remain lege on Cherry street in Greenville. melted a silver dime and took it to when he went lo Philadelphia after and harrowing account of his ex- ing with Campbell for a few years With this instrument they attempted Dr. Yost for analysis. Dr. Yost de goods he took some of the blue sand periences when his time came to be he married an J located near his to lest the richness of the ore. Hut clared that it, also, was tin. The rock and the metal that Duvall fitted with glasses. He tells of his father's farm on which was a good with all their blowing they failed to result was the prospectors lost faith claimed to haVc "run" from the wanderings from doctor to doctor running spring. There Mark estab- "blow out." any silver. in Dr. Yost's knowledge of tuelals. rock, which he submitted to chem with all sorts of symptoms that he lished a tanyard of his own which On one occasion some Greenville After Dr. Yost had made his tests, ists and had it tested. They also could not be relieved, until, although was well patronized. Mark was a men, who were interested in the pro it was thought best by the leaders of told him the "metal" was a mixture he was not having any local eye quiet, sober and well liked man and ject, went out to the silver hills to the silver enthusiasts to have the ore of metals and that it did not come trouble, it occured to him to try an had the full confidence of all who assist in trying to make a "run," but and metal analyzed by experienced out of the rock. This was another oculist, who immediately found the knew him. In fact the Duvall fam- they failed to get metal, altho they chemists and mineralogists, fur no damper on the silver excitement Martin, like Short, lost confidence eyes to be at fault. ily stood high in the community. made a thorough search after the one except Mark Duvall had suc- in the silver situation. The vicissitudes into which this There were about 400 acres of "run." The next morning, Duvall ceeded in getting any metal from the (Continued on patfe It) discovery plunged him, the months hilly land I) ing cast of Jarrcll's creek, hearing of the unsuccessful "run" of experiments with wrong glasses, all of which was owned by Ucnj. went over to the neighbor's house the criminal incompetency of many Duvall and his neighbors. where it had been attempted. They opticians, the uncertainty and costIn the spring of 1S51 Mark Duvall told him that they had failed to get liness of the whole process make reported that he had discovered the metal. They showed Duvall where mcloncholy reading. One is driven existence of silver ore in this hilly they had poured the melted ore on to the conclusion that only the section. He would not point out the ground and had searched for the ATP;.. wealthy "leisure classes" will ever any particular spot where silver silver. Duvall began an cxamina have the time, let alone the money, could be found, but declared that tion and found small shot of metal. to indulge in properly fitted glasses. rich veins of it occurred throughout a numuer ot the others then re inWe are all becoming educated to these hills. vestigated and also found some shin- in its the significance of The proclamation of this news ing shot, and every man then de dcplorable consequences to the en- was very encouraging to those who clarcd that, after all, it was a good 3 QRT. GRAY ENAMELED tire physique, and even if we only owned the hills. Steps were at once "run." The parties from Greenville partially accept the accusations and taken and prospecting commenced. returned in good spirits. conclusions of the writer here men- The digging of holes and pits was After the news of the "silver dis COFFEE POTS FOR ONLY tioned, it would be desirable that carried on in earnest. As the news covery" had spread into other coun our education should go on until the of the great silver discovery spread, ties, quite a number of the citizens opticians are forced by awakend prospecting extended until the west of the neighboring counties visited public opinion to lurnish proper ern part of the county was on the the Silver Hills. Among these vis lenses, and to equip their workrooms lookout for ore, and in a short lime itors were expert "metal witches" .sjt-' with the proper machinery for turn- - the whole county wag mon or lc?s whn rflj W'l ttn ncn veins ot met... MHM H 3fJ there are several ways in which the This was only a few years after witches" would take a forked switch wearer of glasses can help himself, the excitement of the Btickncr and or small rod, like those used by and with regard to these points the Churchill Iron Works had subsided. "water witches," and "locate" veins article refened to is most helpful. Some people seemed to take a great of silver as easily as a Well worth as you know a good "water witch" The most scientifically fitted glass- interest in the matter while others could locate a vein of water. deal more, but will offer this Sates in the world will do more harm scouted the idea. Secret investigaWe recall a man by the name of good unless they are properly tions were conducted in different Culbertson who wore tiousers that then urday for 20c. The only proviso kept and correctly worn. It is a parts of the county but the investi- did not reach his shoe-top- s and were strong statement to make, but most gations made among the hills were called "high water pants." is that you come after it. He people wear dirty glasses, those who boldly carried on with great assur- carried a small greasy bag filled arc fastidiously careful in all other ance. with various kinds of ores. He Peering through respects. any Several of the monied men of used a short hickory stick, split at clouded and uncertain window is a Greenville became interested in the one end. In order to find a vein of strain upon the vision. How much silver project, and made arrange- any particular metal, he would place must the strain be when the window ments to become partners with those a piece of that kind of ore in the 15 so close to the eye that it is alowning the hills and furnish means split end of the stick. With his most a part of it. for a thorough investigation of the loaded "metal rod" he would walk In this matter adults can look matter. over the hills and shake it around at after themselves, but happy is the When Mark Duvall had declared arm's length and in every direction. I am opening- a first-clas- s mother whose child does not need that there was silver in the hills, he If the ore that existed in the ground glasses,for with children it is a mat backed up his statement by melting was the same as the ore in his split repair shop, complete modtcr of unceasing vigilance to keep the metal out of the rock that had rod, then, he claimed, the attraction ern equipment, in Roark's them from coatings' of butter and been mined by the land owners. became so great that it jerked his furniture store, and solicit the jam and tears: yet this must be done, Diflerent kinds of rock had been arm like a fish. patronage of the public in or all benefit of the glasses arc lost. dug up: some lime stone, some iron A man by the name of John Vick-ers- , Watch, Clock and Jewelry Another matter in which one can be ore and a blue sand stone which who lived in Sacramento, now one's own salvation is that of a sparkled with particles of mica and McLean county, was one of the great repairs. Work given prompt proper angle. Glasses must be was considered the richest and most water and metal "witches" in his and careful attention, and worn at the exact angle for which plentiful of the silver ore. day. He was elected to the legisbest materials used. they were prescribed and no other. Duvall had a novel way of ex- lature in 1S4S, went to California in Also repair Guns, RevolFor this reasou many people and all tracting silver from ihis blue sand 1S49 when the gold fever broke out vers, Typewriters, etc. All children do better in spectacles than stone. He used a deep iron bowl there, but returned to Muhlenberg in eye glasses. The glasses should with a long handle attached. It was in the fall of 1851, in time to assist work guaranteed. be fined to the eye by the optician, simply a large ladle. Nearly every Duvall in trying to convince the after which care should be taken family owned a small ladle which people that silver existed in the reGIVE ME A TRIAL not to handle and looser the frame. they used in those days for melting gion of Jewell's creek. He claimed I f this occurcs in the slightest degree, lead to make bullets for hunting that, with his rod, he found an they should again be fitted and tight- purposes. abundance of silver veins. He told ened. During the first year of the silver the people that one day while siltirg excitement Duvall would have the in his house in Sacramento he lo.Bulbs of all Kinds in Slock. different parties, who were digging, cked, with his hickory rod, a rich AIR Ass Lua Arnold has in stock all beat up come of their ore and he gojd vein in California, and ihn he WATER would take his big ladie, go to their had. wjjtten to some of his relatives L ulbs, and now is kinds of the time VERMIN to begin the cultivation. Following houses and make a " run" for them. ji) lljat state to jtafce possession of it BURGLAR are ready for delivery, and orders These "runs" were usually made at Until jje poujd get there. He said PROOf taken for others, and, prompt de- night. After a hot wood fire was that an abundance of silver undoubtlivery guaranteed: Chinese Sacred started Duvall would fill his big edly existed iu the Muhlenberg hills hillies, 10c c'lich, 3 for ?y, Paper ladle with the powdered ore and His statements added luster and ig 131 White Narcissus, Grandiliura, 2 foi place it on the fire. He would then or to the project. J,,,,,,,,,. , ."."."tj lmmitu Rhuultvaruiii;hunttwIbB (lux of soup and borax in the The vaiious "water witches" be50, 30c dozj Roman Hyacinths, put a 60, 0O0 I Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; ladle ulo increase the heal" and came expert "silver witcheb" and Rnmpc I Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, "help extract Jhe metal." As a gen- "located" many rch veins through 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, eral thing there woijhl Je a gather out the neighborhood. There were jSj Mutilated ing of the neighbors in witness thr several old women who followed K Annually 10c each, $t.co doz; Tulips, mixed, iuu." Afler the oil had become-le- telling fur tu lies with cullec gioiind. 20c doz. liol, Duvall would add suint I'hey albu Hied their skill on the kocrfc furniture polish is some- Matrix and sulphuric acid'' which silver question by " turning the cup, The BAKER VAULT carried in slock by Tables. what bsttar than the resf, and issqld would ?oon disappear, and, shortly as they called it.' They put some The J. L. ROARK ESTATE, Greenville. considerably cheaper, and with the after, Duvall would say: "she has coffee grounds into a cup with a lit Lltio of unci I?iirlii CiootlH. broadest arame money beck if done her do.' He would next carry de coflee and turned the cup around not better tr.ir any ever used. the ladle out to coo off, and after very rapidly, shook it, and then U had cooled Hiflficienil a searcl uirniug the cup upside down iu the AH telephone orrirrs promptly vould be made for siVer. Smal nucer. They would Jet tfisr invertfilled. Taylor : Poole, druggists. shots of metal would be found and, ed cup remain iQ that poehion a I Coiibta'uily Have ALL iu Stock. Duvall's Discovery MUHLENBERG COUNTY JJ- - RECORD PRESS, I- Silver in Sand Stone SAVINGS BANK Greenville, Ky ; Leeg-OlstKn- - m Appreciating your past patronage ve solicit all or part of your e future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. - e. v THE FIRS! NATIONAL BANK 1 1 GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, G E Martin, R. T. Martin, E J. Purycar, G M. Martin, Jno. T. Reynolds, Jr. The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management. fiuaiLaiffiiwsffiHH w SATURDAY BARGAINS BRIZENDINE'S l I -- ry. eye-strai- n "Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings, For further detailed information apply to G. M. DEXTER & tiv.vk.& 1 ivujjaua 1 ucjiuui nii-pro- of (0. Greenville, Ky. I9fin A 2k Jeweler - BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tailors A - ! 4 ? J dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at- home, by tailors. Wc save you no less than $10 ON EACH SUIT. you buy from us. We also do cleaning and pressing. uur club rate is 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial is all we ask. Telephone No. 16-- 1 .71 Elmer McCrackeii arid Watchmaker W.D.B LACKWCLL General Insurance We represent toe Home ance (0. of Insur IL tHit writes all kinds of farm and Y. 1 Wsy e FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY GIVE US A :- -: BONDS CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE. BLAGKWELL ORG'S GREENVILLE Kf. m il! A BLUE Thr. Greatest ROSE The Kr.w : I Rose Novelty of the Century $jr for and Price Lisr Rase (Violet Blue) the Rose Growers d as the Forerunner of tfcc flower Blue Rose. Very ous and hardy. Free Blooming KallcrJ by Corn-Sen- is u2 TVi; on GfocnlioiiHcs JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -t lrincctott, Ky. t- SI .?' 7$ blKb Subscribe fot l?e Rcot'd Otdy $8c. J V, ''V: i V fV'-'- ' Y. M. C. A. NOTES. DUVALL'S DISCOVERY OR SAND STONE. SILVER IN " niK hi:traai. anm aurhst," ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro MAKES HOME BAKING EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries subject for the meeting on next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All men and boys should be present to hear this address, which will be Riven by a good and live speaker. The reports which were given last Sunday by the delegates to the state convention, were full 01 interest and the appeal was found to be for a closer life with Christ to obtain more inspiration that each might go out insprired to do more service for his fellow men and for the Master. The Junior Basket Ball league their season last week, each , t. . ..v. cf ,1 ...... a;.u ing was as follows: (Oiiittniie.1 from puge tl However, Duvall kept " running" out the metnl with his crucibles anil iron ladle. On one occasion Duvall made a bi "run" in an iron kettle, over a wood fire, lie extracted about Ave pounds of "silver." Nevertheless, doubt nnd dis trust increased about lluvnU's sincere- tr. He was accused or being a rattlr n,i nfruud. After Duvnll had made his live pound "run," ielcers, of Sao- rmnento, who frequently prospected in Hie ouvcr niiia, 10011 nnnius live pound "run" and blue sand rock silver ore, saylnjr ho would curry it to New d York and have it assayed there. cm left, but returned in about a month. Hi' reported that the New York ehctn- Viek-close- I bottom field." His friend told him he believed he would strike gold in the low lands sooner than any other place on his farm, for the gold was nearer the surface there than on his wornout upland, and if he would go down in the bottom field and keep on digging, he would insure his reaching gold. The old man did not take the hint until be was telling some other parties about the conversation, when they ex plained to him what his friend meant by digging in the bottom Held. The old man took his friend's advice and went to work in the bottom field and soon harvested an abundance of golden 1,1 ti ,lvlllMIflll..UllK WON LOST I'KK cent Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts and the food is finer, more tasty, cleanly and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. Royal Qaok Boats Bond Mama ROYAL S Owls 664 , Fnglcs 7 5 S Buzzards 4 The captains of the various teams were: Jas. Middleton, Owls; Gilbert Reynolds, Kagles; J. G. Taylor, Buzzards. Next Friday will close the first year's work in the new building. It has certainly been one of which the people of Greenville can rightly be and never came out of the sand rock. He explained that they rolled the metal into bhects for him. He cxhib-- j ited It and gave to all who were deeply Interested in the silver question, a tilllftlt " , ' (in foiu wMeh 5tumiouutedly was. Vickers left the Silvei Hills and was never seen in that neighborhood again. l WHS afterwards claimed that he never took the metal and ore any farther Umn h!s i,OUIO in McJt.an county. Duvall proposed that if the people would construct a furnace he would uw the1 tl,Ilt l,u Wilb no mkir; So the neighbors joined in and built a 1Utu Rocol&aFrca and Address BOO CO., NEW YORK. In next week's paper a complete detailed report of the year's work will be published for the benefit of DAKINQ POWDER ,r;K,rC (r;n, n( . I. (. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. Good morning! Did you sec ihe snow, sleet, etc. yesterday morning? Neither did we slept late. NOKTU BOUND. NO. 123 103 104 136 Louisville Express Cincinnati llxpre&i Louisville t.liultfil Central City nccutu SOOTH no. 135 121 101 103 BOUND. 12.40pm Kulton Accotninoilatlon 3.40 ptn New Orleans Spfclitl N. O. Spec. Louisville passr. only J . W.Q.CnAwroKD, ARt June 5, 1010. liducnli ami Cairo nccom Health notice: Don't be in a hurry to discard the scarlet, .... l.CBnm ....1.51 pin brown, heavy silk or whatever .....4.0Snm 7.15 pin kind you have been wearing during the winter. f, 1 S.ITiain Yellow Danver Onion Sets five cents per quart. This is the best onion yet. C. M. Howard. Mr. Walter 1 ovcll was last Monday appointed administrator of M . F. Watkins, deceased; he qualified at once, and has begun the work of settling up the business affairs. Saturday is prank day. Give us your job work. Be caretul what kind of errands you run Saturday it's all fool's day, re Mr. C. S. Curd, our efficient circuit court clerk, this week announces his candidacy for the Republican member. nomination tor the office of clerk of ii Morgan Vcmr, lauory tbo.courtxof Appeal... rheico.-.'.0itb Joe be no more capable man chosen as Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bradley are the party standard bearer, and he hosts to a fine girl, born to them will be a strong factor in the race, no matter who may offer. last Sunday. "Uncedit," a new drink, at Tay- lor & Poole's drug store. Sec Coombs & Co. sell your beef hides. before you 027 Measels is getting pretty well scat- - . Mr. W. G. Duncan, who submit: . . :ii iiu terediover the county, and many teu to an operation m iuunvaic isolated cases arc being reported rnnay morning is repuueu a uui.B nicely, and it is promised that he everyday. will secure complete relict trom the Telephone No 5 and your laundry abdominal from which he has sufler- ed. It will be some weeks before will be called for and delivered. he will be able to return home. Monday was a blustery day for Telephone that grocery want to fair, and the man who got through being out Joe Morgan and get the best goods it without at least one eye ot commission was extremely lucky, at lowest prices. 1 association who have been so loyal during the year. AU members who arc interested in tumbling or acrobatic work will confer with Irvin B. Middleton, or Secretary Anderson and arrange to get into the class which meets Saturday night at 7 30. On last Saturday afternoon about a dozen Boy Scouts in uniform proceeded to two designated hills south of town, and did some very good signal work with (lags, using the ' Myer or Wig Wag code. I he Scout photographer secured some very fine pictures of the signal practice work. The boatd of directors of the association will meet on next Tuesday livery mem- - tt.ii evening at 5 o'clock, him Ca. .n..ouuy ber should plan to be present as the phico in the Silver Hills, and he lead to the head of a deep hollow and pneumonia, which developed Sun-- , annual reports will be given and the them dug up several pleucs of metal ' day. Mrs. Rhoades was a native .: . man anu policy tor .t cusuiug year there ho carried out with bun. inc which No;of . county, and waa widely questions wore asked by nnjt.onc of, known as a woman of many ad- rbesr men: but Uiour oyowSc opened. lid ai Atnmiatiitil ' ..w-. ..geband is the ouly meat tfras soon oval .1 closed my millinery business on January 1. I have always had a good trade here. A lady wanted to run a millinery business in my store, but on account of ill health she will not be able to conduct it. The goods have been shipped in part, and bal ance will be soon, and I will open p the $tock and have it ready for inspection on Saturday, April 1. he greatest bargains ever uiven ill be found here, as I wish to close ut entire stock as soon as possible, as I haven't the tune to run it. All Some one in your home prefers vocal music. are cordially invited to call. You'd rather have instrumental. Mks. M. E. Martin. 11130 small furnace near his tan yard. It was only nine feet high, and therefore a great deal smaller than Huekner's " tnnxnw on l'ond creek. When the silver furnace was Unished and ready for action, the neighbors gathered to ,)uvall wab nm M.e the Mvvr watched very closely. After the furn- ace had been in operation two days very little metal had been obtained. uuvuii men ucoiarcu uiu iiii'iiucu uau not been properly constructed. Men who had no confidence in his work did not hesitate to tell him so to his face. This resulted in a (iglit at the furnace and the place was abandoned. It stood for several years, but was always called Duvall's Silver Stack. About the tune the furnace was abandoned, Duvall claimed he had rc-ct,ivt?1 k'tte,s lt?llinK ,,im t,mt unlchS he left the county he would be killed. Dnvalt declared tt would not be safe Death of Mrs. J. W. Rhoadcs. fur ,ilu to ronin!lI in the county iU1(l Sollie A., wife of Mr. J. W. therefore decided to leave. 'However, he still inhietod that thc hills were full Rhoades, died at her home at 5 of silver and would be operand up nouiO j o'clock Monday afternoon, after an day. .lust before lie moved to Ohio iUness of about ten days from tneas ....1 41 t .1... tu" ... ' which was rather severe, but the it. :i Mrtaiii ti liii'i't grain. Tha secret of all this excitement, which lasted for about two years, was well planned and manipulated by Mark Duvall. For what purpose, no one win tell, unless it was to sell his father's land at a high price. In the early history of the county, pewter utensils were used for domesI'ewter bowls, plates, tic purposes. pans, etc., of the early days had gone out of use at this period. The best quality of pewter, also called white, metal, was made of tin and hardened with copper. The cheap grade was made of lead, allowed with antimony and bismuth. Duvall had secured some of these old pewter vessels and cut thom up and hid them away for his use in working the silver trick. Duvall was aware of the fact that his neighbors knew nothing about ores of any kind. He made his "silver runs" in his iron ladle on a wood lire, which was absurd. He mado these "silver rniib" by dissolving a Ho would piece of pewter in acid. pour this solution on the hob crushed rock in the ladle. The acid would soon be consumed and the metal would remain in the ladle with the crushed rock, and when cooled ofr the metal would be formed into small shot and could be picked out. This would occur, no matter whaJL kind of rock might be used. This trick was like many other tricks, that were played among the early settlers of the county. Mark Duvall moved to Ohio county where he studied medicine, worked up an extensive practice and lived to a good old age, but, as far as is known, he never '"discovered" any silver in HONDO. that county. ELECTRIC LIGHT DOES A1AKE A DIFFERENCE When it comes to brilliance, softness, eye ease and regularity of illumination electric light is far and away the best of all dark dispellers. If you fear the initial cost of installation, sec us about wiring and fixtures. We think you'll change your mind upon Hie question of economy. At any rate, 'twill cost you nothing to find out. Greenville Lights Water Co. (tMOKl'OKATTl)) Ollico Hours: 7..K) 1 1 1 lMioue No. 4 to 8 a. 111. to 12 a. m. to 1.30 p. m. to 5 o. in. Loses Leg in Fall From Train. A. II. Dunning, a miner living at Hillside, lost his right leg below the knee and received other minor injuries by falling from a through freight train as it ncared Hillside station about 5.30 o!clock last Friday afternoon. Dunning yotonjhe train when it left Central City, and intended to jump off as it passed Hillside. He was on top of the train, and the car on which he was riding had no ladder on the side. In attempting to pass to the next car, on which there was a ladder, v which he wanted to reach so that he might descend for a short jump to the ground, he was thrown by the lurch of the train, falling between the cars. His right leg was mashed off just below the knee, and he sustained some cuts about the head and body. The leg was amputated, and he is reported as getting along nice ly. It is reported that Duuning had THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS "11 This Winning Fight i'i"""';-.j,- ! e if ny DIl. WILLIAM OSLRtt. is not a battle of a year or it generation. The probabilities are that It will take two or three generations at least before we have the mortality from tuberculosis reduced to the rate, say, of that of typhoid fever In This well regulated countries. will probably be a matter or two Whether or three generations. tuberculosis will be llnallly eradicated is an open question. It Is a foe that Is very deeply intrenched in the human race, but when we think of what has been done in one generation, how the mortality has been reduced In some localities 50 and even 100 per cent, we at least feel that we can continue the battle with hope, nnd so long as wc are fighting T7ith hope the victory is. in sight, li ii i i $ fi- li -- rausad hnn to fall, as ha: was ex perienced in getting on and off trains while in motion. House and Land for Rent. i$Mf in one M New Watch Repair Shop. Have Barkley Bros, repair your the past ten days on the alleys and flues, and prevent a fire loss. the less traveled streets of the city That was the largest court crowd Gutters have been cleaned out, dirt here Monday that has gathered for piacCtl on the road surface, and some months, and much trading was considerable imptovement made in done in the line of hardware, vc- - condition antt appearance of the hides, harness, etc. hiuhwavs receivine attention. There is plenty more of such work needed. Caladium bulbs for sale by Mrs. Jennie 12. Roark at 10 cents each. For pure drugs, etc., call on Taylor & Poole, druggists. Farmers have been doing great Mr. T. B. Panncll has been con- thinus- the oast two weeks, and there ois being planned along all lines a fined to his home for a week, suftcr heavy year's work. It is hoped the ing from a severe cold that for a short while threatened to develop a returns may be heavy. case ot pneumonia, and a congestive Needles for all sewing machines at c iasl Thursday made his condi Roark's. tion serious. He has been improving for some days, and will soon be out, Mr. Jesse Wallace is still very it is hoped. low at his home in the east end, but his conditiou was reported yes- Tne largest line of the best baby terday as slightly improved, as he carriages in town are on display at was resting somewhat easier. Roaik's Considerable work has been clone I At 10 45 o'clock Monday morn ing an alarm of fire notified our people that the residence ot Mrs. Jean Hamilton, on west Maia-cros- s street, was ablaze. The fire depart ment made a quick run, but before water was turned on from the fife During1 this silver excitement there survivor, there never having been hose the flames had been subdued was an old man who lived in the born any children to the union. by a stream from a garden hose on neighborhood of the Silver Bills who beginning of her ill the premises, supplemented by a ould bucket brigade which had formed she declared that she "and'was! 1,0 never recover, though she was not Luckily the blaze was discovered L0incvhat broken ami billy, ami had a yellow uppenvuuec. Il(c felt Hint lus depressed at all over the prospect before it had gained any headway, land vh not bcsprinltlcd with sliver of death. She talked Ircely to her and the damage, only to the roof, rlaid with yold and so c.v husband and friends, and discussed If you want more and better bllt was light. A defective flue caused eggs, fat and healthy chickens, ',,. .enticmau hy the many things which she wished done, the fire. At least 500 people re- about the lra'plament. Its iuventor ,1MPPU w , of spm-libuy 100 lbs. mixed chicken feed. who resided in. chris- - at all times being free from' excite sponded to the alarm, the court described It in a newspaper article C. M. Howard. county and who frequently passed ment or worry, and delivering many crowd joining the citizens of the sometime ago as "simply cheap, Price $2. tian this farm on lUs way to Urceuville. On exhortations that were inspiring town. but efficient." Its specially is occasion the old man tihod to Her btJdy was laid tu rest yesterday Services at the Presbyter- Protracted the improvement of dirt roads, and spurlin about ms prospect mi gum. afternoon in Evergreen cemetery, Our customers have been get it is the uniform testimony of those ial Clllircll. Spurlin told him he could trace gold at the grave veins as easily as he could wiftvr veins. here, following a service ting 18 lbs. of Standard Qranu who Uave it that it improves. A The fiist service of a scries was u.i ii... oi.i ,itit riiiustt'ri Snurlin to side conducted by Rev. Henry of the agricultural experi, held at the Presbyterian church lated Sugar fqr (JaHar for the number ,5ll ..wt..,i c many relatives and friends being in ment stations have been so impressed I uesday evening, and will be con several rich veins of gold and urged last six months. How much with its work that they have issued. tinued for some week or more. Dr. ,1.,, 0iti Iimu to uo to diiririK Hf dmr s the qcmdolonce of have you been getting? hs. sorrow, pamphlets descriptive of the dvagx Messrs. Wm. Reed, Brjdg Wm. II. IJcndcrson, the pastor, is pjU about twenlytftve feet dyvp. at his many friends. Fresh, smoked and salted meats Why not buy yourgoods from Connties which have a dirt ioaci jwfc of the several places purlin l,ad. service, preaching p. of ajl" kinds at . E. Coombs $ Co!s cs anp) Berge Wiljiams, with their conducting- the ' ' to him on bi lumn up a firm that will give you the ptoblcm to deal with and most while at 3.30 puintwi out something market. miiilesj left ftcrS Mqiulay tor er at 7.30 each evening, Inn.l P30 illll. lilt, Farm Land Wanted. worth of your money all the countries have should try the King, ryville, Ark., where they expect 10 each afternoon mere win oe iieiti a rebainbled gold, but proved to be drag. In the absence of metaled The annual meeting of the Ken- - locate, or somewhere near there service of song and prayer, with a tt,iml of sulphur. time. We do not have fits; we roada U seems to be the next best tucky Funeral Directors' Assciation There are some other folks in th short address by the pastor, these spurlln came buck occat,loually an do legitimate business all the thing and it involves no great outman u k"im will be held iu Louisville on May 24, Depoy section who have the fever services continuing tor thirty 10 encouraged inc uiu C. M. Howard. time. lay as is the case with more; cumNotwithstand- Under." After the old unfTi nail open and 26, and it is anticipated that arul mav no later. Wc regret to forty five minutes. 2 bersome, ed about a doxen wells, lie became dis unit this will be the most largely attended lose these people from the county ing the inclement weather, the at couraged and tired, lie began to ash Joe Morgan solicits that grocery mchi.u.ery. Courter5Journali' in the history of the association, but hope they will find the greatest tendance has been very good, and the advice of others as to where to order, and will show his appreciation -it is hoped the interest will increase. d'lir. All lld him to operate in ine The Executive Committee has re- - benefits in their new location. to 60 by supplying the best goods at th A section of farm land, 20 V, Burr Grist Mill. All persons are invited to attend yellow lulls. quested Orien L. Roark, of this to city; very lowest prices. VAuick deliver : mni-A Bissell camel sweener will and join in the work. The afterold man met up' with a friend acres, located convenient on nddrps3. nnd he m The My new burr grist mill is in operasUedl ready for cultivation; inipi;oyc.tl or and courteous treatment. noon services will not be held Sat- who lived , on Pond river and has chosen as the title of his remarks last longer than 40 corn broom ation; call on your merchants for yU P.y reasonable hltn where he thought ue bad better nnimproyed ' costing from $12 to $15; the sweep urdays or Sundays. "Fun and Funds." Also "ready to Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds White Flfrrt mdal. tig for gold.' Ills friend' abed b1 cash"j;r;cc. 'd(' ress N. O. et, care ers cost 53 to S5.75. Sec them at oMg the bottpm field toward. Vhc two pens, DeGraft and Tompkins furnish the public with chicken feed fi6 "E VCORIJ Qlrecnville, Ky. jkst wofk, prompt servipe: give Why. svti the old man. You Call on Leslie Hale, nest to jMrst Koarua, anq nave qiuer r.u,yapinBe strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. and chopped corn. t .o stiffi'CSi dlyric;? there. features ex your laundry to Joe Morgan, wbo jire .hc money-savin- g National 'Bjut'i for candies, books, than the J. A. Shaver jlsS J. Landis, Gfesaville, Ky. The Recokd 50c. per year. Tlitrii is no pro&pect ol Old in that will ap'pr'eciats your.patronage. f3 I plained. cnn.-lrfeiars. tobacco, etc. un-co- l"he attention of our readers is directed to the announcement of Mr. liltner McCrackcn in this issue, n which he asks the patronage of the public in the way of. watch, clock nd jewelry repairs. Mr. McCrack-- ' en has new equipment throughout, fixtures and tools of the latest design, and has a comprehensive as sortment of materials of all sorts. He accepts all orders on a positive guarantee of satisfaction, and will be glad to have the visits of his friends and the public generally. lis shop will be in the Roark store building. You can both be suited with, a Victor Double:faced Record. Two records in one almost at the price of one 10-inc- h, The Captain Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, sever al acres of land, ready for cultivation located juat outside of town, on two streets, will be rented reasonably. Fine location, desirable home. Apply to Orien L. Roark, Greenville, Ky. Residence Slightly Damaged By Fire 75 cents; h, $1.25. Down in the second congressional istrict the people are working up a lot of enthusiasm over the King road drag. Some of the farmers in the rural districts of Daviess county ave tried it and they agree in say ing mat it is capaDie 01 uoing wonderful things in the way of taking the bumps out of a dirt road. One of the banks at Owensboro thinks well of the drag that it has issued a booklet telling how to build it and how to use it to the best advantage. The bank is giving away the pamph let to its farmer friends and patrons, and the demand has been so strong that two editions have been issued Over in Hancock county, which adjoins Daviess, an enterprising citizen built a king drag and gave it a test The result was so satis factory that the County Judge has ordered twelve of the ' machines" constructed for use throughout the county. It is freely claimed by those who have tried it that one man working with a team and a drag can, do more than six men working In the ordinary way and that the results are incomparably belter and more permanent. These reports are nothing more than repetition of those which contc from every section of the country where the KuJg drag has been used. r -- I 11 ; ri QoipUcatcl x j j pri-ef- ' 1 1 . ROARK Fvimiture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings; Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrswpper, Slippers, Grdve Vaxilts. Disinfection ROARK GIVE NATURE A CHANCE. IJ mmmmm&mm 8Xi j mm w & W POEM NOTES BY af IB arid C.M.DARN1TZ RIVERSIDE PA. lit G FOR FARM EQUIPMENT. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 8 Copyright, 1D. by American Press Association. TheM articles and Illustration must not lie rorlntel without apcolal Irmlalon. say AWAY1 AWAY TO THE COUNTRY! When sceklns; for the balm of life. Turn not to patent quacks. Nor atay within those dusty afreets Where noise the brain racks. Come, coma away! Oh. rone with me and health hm air la of vale ami tree la free e Tha on thu fnnn In tha country! Out ir Cheap and Efficient Helps For Country Life. The successful management of a tiiodcrn farm depends largely upon the efficiency of the equipment with which the work Is performed. In addition to the outfit of tools obtainable from n hardware dealer, there are a number of special devices that may be made on the farm anil that will prove of great assistance in general reimlr work. A workbench of some kind will probably be the first essential. For the construction of a workbench like that shown in the first cut there will b Inch needed four boards thick, twelre to fourteen Inches wic". and about twelve feet In length. Tln length of the bench, however, will depend upon the size of the shop or other space that may be available for use a seven-eighths Com where you needn't live In flats, Where neighbors tight like dogs nod cat a. Com from the car man yelllns "Fare!" Come from the clty'a mad dog scare. Hush from had amella ami Salome's mares ut Into God's sweet country aire. ea, join the song birds In their glee Out on the farm In the country. ;. come away from tin can fare, With deadly acids lurking there! linn from thoao awful rota and spots That till up cemetery lots. Here get your ogga laid while you wait, Spring chlcxetM fresh from pan to plate Knock that dyspeptic misery Out on the farm In the country. Away! Awny! Leave cans behind And that incessant olltce grind. Jloro Is the place to rusticnto. Where frosh milk's making while you J lore i ' it 1 . U I HJ C1IOSS 8ECTIQK WOltKIJUNCn. wait. ladles may kimonos wear And lay aside their golden hair. They oven climb a cherry troc Out on the farm In the country. GETTING TURKEY a workroom. C. M. D. EGGS. Smart Aleck will nature fake by sot- ling turkey eggs under clucks, but II he just kuew that a chicken's temperature Isn't equal to the hatching heat of a vigorous turkey he would then why he doesn't have the know-hoget livable prolltable poults. Then there's that shell same! If a looter loots a bank, he lakes out the nest eggs and puts In his note. out' the"tTit.i' vn'o, ;mu inoliidl' Two pieces of 2 by 4 inch scantling, each sixteen feet long, will be sutliclent to construct the framework of the bench. All lumber entering into the construction of the workbench should be thoroughly sea soncd and dressed to uniform width and thickness. A clamp for holding materials should be constructed from a piece of hard wood and attached by the aid of a carpenter's bench screw. This clamp should be provided with notches or pin holes at the lower end so that It can be set to hold materials of any thickness Along the front of the bench two or three holes should be provided, Into which pins may be set for supporting alone. A "stop" for holding mntcrlals that are to be planed can be Inserted lu the top of the bench, near the left hand end, ns shown In the cut. If n regular stop Is not employed its place mny be taken by a small piece of notched board nailed on top of the keeps on laying. So by this he makes the turkey hen an ogg machine and the lousy old cluck a turkey incubator. Now, the man whose brain Isn't a doughnut knows that a turkey lays Hovcral sots of eggs in a season and the lfrst two are the finest. Well, he mates a strong young torn to twelve finely matured two or three year old hens, makes provision so he always has enough to brood and turns eggs over to all these superfine thrifty turkey hens to hatch. His poults thus under mother turkey's car? got the early worms and insects and are prepared for the boated period and the infect famine that comes with bench. A pair of trestles or sawhorses, each ery it Chicken batched poults, especially mm? '1 the late ones, ain't stand a strain, seldom bring gain, ami but few remain Turkey hatched poults are best to grow. They win at the show and bring In the money to make the maiv . go. s. 3l, - .'A BILL OF FARE FOR YOUNG TURKEYS. Sirs. Turkey says, "Food little, but often." ' Good advice. Drop a frosh egg luto cold water boll thirty minutes, grind up shell and all, add oqual amount of dry broad crumbs, a sprinkle of grit and feed this qunniity to sis poults tweuty-fou- r hours after hatch. Feed thus for two days. Third day chop lender onion tops, egg. curd and grit for broakfast: lnv.il dipped in milk and squeezed dry fot dinner; ogg, curd and grit hopped up with dandelion or lettuce for supper Jn a week gradually Introduce rolled ami cracked whoat, but don't feed chick feed and db not give turkeys corn uutll they "shoot the red" at three months. An overdose of onion physics; a ren fionablc qimulltfy Is a liver tonic worm and cold cure. Don't boil curd, as It gals too tough IKTDKIOn OF WOnEBnOP WITH TWESTT-FIVto digest. DOIifc.Ut OUTFIT. Whou poults rullle their feathers, the right angles with the length of the drag their feet and don't eat they air box to be used in making square cuts. ovurfed. Administer an old style liver For making bevel cuts for u right anpill and give one grain of quinine for gled miter joint the sides of the box live nights in succession. Aiinulri be sawed down on obliquo Jlne.s running af an angle of forty-fiv- e FEATHERS AND FG3SHELLS. .degrees with the length of the box. tr. Get a good prepared chick feed For the benefit of those who eonlom-plat- e start the peeps on and .then branch off the purchase of tools for use on on cracked corn and wheat. the farm the following combinations A small mill for grinding grain, shell arc suggested: and dry bone costs ?5 and pays for For a two dollar and fifty cent outItself in a season. fit u hatchet, n handsaw, a small Two sad deaths occurred in Pennsylsquare, u ucrewdrivpr and a pair of past winter from the gun pliers. vania the trap set to shoot chicken thieves. The For a ton dollar outfit a hatchet, a wen killed were the owners, who forgol baud ax, a twenty-siinch handsaw, a the traps were lljcre. Too sad for tweuty-fuu- r inch steel square, a drawcontinent. ing knife, a brace and a bits A young girl In I he lukldlo wesl , one half, ihe cleared 3310 Inst year raising peafowl ilgbilis. throf cpmrler and one ln;h). n receiving 13 jht pair, while a boy lb pair of pliers, a screwdriver, a told cleared chisel, a bo suburlw of Philadelphia Jwolvo Inch fiat lie. a moukey Buy youi $130 ou Ills White Hock?. nreueh. Juck plane, two chisels (one acme gced stotlc aud 1st him toru hJlf end one !:ru). a rivst punch, a fcov Wrte pleasure, nets and prod. tvetlng has:c2cr, a leather punch &nd car. ' Tic ilaLu Is macle tV.t i staall oi! cam iual:e ?3 on duvl.s t. $1 ji ihlrlv. Other T.:fts. r.ccordlnp to the ar.J-.We belie, e Ui.to Is moar.v ir. du :s f a.'s;:,- -. au lo Lad fcr from $20 b'.it b" k nf sucli ilaiins we often to $"25. i. fellow with au ax to grind. n x er. thivc-elghtliH- consisting of a piece of 2 by 4 Inch or 2 by G Inch timber, about four feet in length, supported upon four legs, as i talc;.' illustrated In the second figure, are Alter r.aiiy ycc- -j rf study and Hlio-ntvery convenient for working upon vork Dr. it. V. 1'icn.o produced tho r.;or, happy combination of thij while marking, sawing, boring orchis (Jclc'c j viih other oflkncloui rol and increasing lit curaoling. The sawhorses are an accessory to the workbench aud should be contive power theso native plant i from our structed at the same time. The cost American fore t by the addition cf them- l:ai!y ;:roniycerlna,n proper strength, of the materials with which to conn akohc-l- , both struct both the workbench and saw- - vhkh li f.r lctt.v't!:-far i:.tract;nri a:yl prr.xrving t!:o metli-c'n- rl horses should not exceed 5. Among l residing In plant j. Cly o to to the workbench crlno if.c!f I) ireful I ; nedlc-tho accessories cr.d ly there is no device that will give great- nai!'.H-;:- 3 cf X'.ia ftomach cKuarir.g tho cf abnormal er satisfaction than a good miter box, C5c"tic.::s r:.J3 In t!io c; ro cf dy.jifpeia, to be used for sawing small wood ma- r.nd stomach jmkI Inte3:iiul troulMcs, Tho i'coiihi's Common terials either square or at an angle. Adviser, 1008 pages, sent Sense Medical free, on recwlt For the construction of a miter box e f stamps, to pay expensoof mailing on?i'. t t:i:.ips for tha book m three pieces of board one Inch thick, Sjend i six inches wide and three feet In tiaivr cover, cr Addn--"..imps for thePierce, s I)r. ll.V. volume. length should be selected and nailed 003 ilalu Street, liullalo, N. Y. together in tho form of a square trough, taking care that the nails arc driven well out toward the edge of the . 60 YEARS' Vertical boards. cuts are sawed 1 EXPERIENCE through the sides to the bottom board to guide the saw when the box Is in use. Near one end a cut Is made at :.g ftit-tlu11 ono-ceu; : : cloth-iMiu- The rtronrcrt mind havo gotten t'.wi: inspiration dmxi tram Nature, Nature tho great teacher of mankind. VYc lock to Nature for all our need. Jn o war tho surthe roccut navy and army geon of tho Jaanct wounds would heal mora discovered that rapidly and with U tter success If h ft to Nature, They wa hed the wound with water which hart been lofleil ami thus rterillzml then Irridnircd tho wouudj with clean liacr. ro powerful drugs or r.ntlseptlcJ were used la thefr first ant tc the injured. Knch netlicda resu'ii in the loss c f n!y ?1 out of fiSi men treated their conudj. P in a mv.-:.-l l.u.cp'.- -! U rr.ly fro: i lick if olrervlnn Natr.rc; ft r Trr i i one t!mr i iw3 that ik t!r:i, S..u er ni:)t!r tr .1 a: id rn: ".11 i.: n::3ow:i rysterc llr Nature' laboratory-de- ep Our remedy ' t!n lr"rant woods when nrr nai:y American l hnta, tho rootj rt i IiLh v.l rn proorrJ trcaUd v.i.i iujv g Unlc i:!y a Ilar.y cari aro e. ihyslcimv.no ha an extensive prsctlrfj ataong the adlicted made n strikln'j defcrtura from the usnr.I uethodscr J :conirerci n laeuicme uc v.ent rtrclplit U Katnra for tho cure e! thc?e i,ti:;ia h f'.Lonlc rj w hlch rcsultr ! ro (.tten In i. r.nctnic comlltlon. or bloc l, ic.J rf cnxtlte, pnli c; pitepl? f!.::i. io;!!r:i tf I lasltude an! weakness, lln fountl ihn tho bark cf tho ldat't Cierry-tretin root cf th: WaiKlrak"', .sto:w rwt. Queen's root, UkNKlm.t r.nd (loldcn Seal iwt, mado extract by Into a the naorf rlyoeri,o.nir.do tho best alterative r.nd tonic. Tho refreshing Influenco cf this extract to at once apparent In tho recovered strength cf tho patient tho vital lire? cf tho body burn brighter and their iaenwsed ncllvlty eonaunic3 tho Ussna nthbinli which otherwise may Ioio:i tho fystem. This alterativo ami ton! extract liai lven found to stand nlono r. n, f:'fo, invisoraiinK Unic, as it does not depend oa alcohol for a fahv) rtiuml-ition- , out to Katun' mm mcthwi of rtrcmthcnhv; and cleansing the system. It tone.) up the stomach and tho blood ia Nature's own way. It i well known all over tho world as Dr. Pierce's Tho namo Golden Medical Discovery. was given to this vegetable coinjnuml because ono of tho important Ingredient such an was (Jolden Seal root. authority as Dr. I'obcrts TJartholow, of Jetrcrhon Mwlical Colleco, says "very useful as a stomachic tonic. Cures catarrh of the stomach and headaches accompanying tho same." Dr. drover Coo, In his book Organic Medicines, sneaking of that, as a liver (folden Meal mot, .. l'urther iuvigorator it has frw chronic intlammation ti tho ho say.'-iio bladder wo deem it one of th:) mo..t agents of cure. As r. tonic in tho convalescing of fevers, pneumonia, 1 dysentery and oilier acuto iSheases HykSc- -l drastis rooi !; peculiarly aptiropriate," "TVe rrouM hero J)r. Coo continue?.: add that our experienco has demon-- ! trate.l tho llydratitis or Uoldcn Seal root to be a valuable rentody In bronchitis, laryngitis, and other auoctionj cf the organs." "Of scrvlcn in chrnr.le catarrh cf the stomach and bowel;?' following abun ot alcohol, a tonic rfter malarial fever. influence. Has a distinct, Good In all catarrhal condttlunj, as uterino cataiTh, leucorrhoja, ele. Is a IUrmit In chronic dvsncnsla. 'J lm Unlrorslly I'rof. John Al. Scuddv ...L.vc Iratlou says: " It stimulates tho digestive proce se3, and increases tho a siiuila-tion f f fowl. Jy theso means ihc blof-.iis cr.rlchal, and this blood feeds tho ivmscular system. 1 mention tho mus-(ultystcm btcan.-I belicvo it, lirt fv! t'.io in.Tea-i- d lmvcr bnparU'd by t'io il.'muldtlon cf fncrea'el nutrition. Tho tonsequent iaiprovcment on tho r.n'ous and glandular sytcnu aro r..ttur.:l re.;ult3. l;t lntion to ifi general effeclj on l'io r'Ctem, t'.icrc fi no ..icliclnc in vc clm'l fhkh UtcrcU sueh general iimm-imtl- y of opinio'.. It is unlvcriali;' ci the toalo useful Ij til 1 r-Uu:w)-Jopatu1 m v lName has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we arc now located. ft 2 $f Ot Aim 4 rri f. -c 11 constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at the most reasonable prices. Our services arc of the highest grade, our wares the best, and our equipment compares with the best of the larger cities. 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