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Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 6, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 rec1911070601_sn87060049 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Record (Greenville, Ky.): July 6, 1911 Record (Greenville, Ky.) Greenville, Ky. : Record Press, 1899- Greenville, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (j 'Record' Advertising I ir i PyS lor Hicii. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, I 5? XI Costs NotHirtg. c.. potter's clayJ ' ti. mv.:in;vm i in; jo : sure oi returns. oci our raics. g ketc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JULY G, VOL. XIII. NO. 21. FEEDING HAY 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE TO HOGS. Kentucky Fair Dates. The (ollowInK THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. F arm and Garden LATE Mothods BLIGHT OF CELERY. Found Efficacious In California In Dealing With Disoase. According to the College o Agriculture of California, the rolory bltglit I one of the many fungous (IImvahos which moy be controlled by spraying wun oorueaux mixture. Hnseil ou the results of invcatigntion by n California export, the following 3prny!ng scheme is reconniionded: The formula for bordeaux should bo Ave pounds of Milestone, six pounds of stone lime and fifty gallons of water. When the plants are small thirty lo forty gallons of bordeaux per acre ire sufficient, but the amount should be Increased at each application, so that Photograrh by C M. Barnltz. , '" ij tub cnEnv Vir.LV. when the plants arc fifteen or more Inches high the spray Is put ou at the rate of not less than 100 gallons per acre. Spray seed beds at least twice, eswblcb pro- pecially if grown -- oil .. J!Ri &tlsiiitti tIvC Yfeoeeding. .After plants are transplanted into the Qcld spraying should begin when tho first blight Is noticed.' In any event tho first spraying should be given not later than six weeks after transplanting, and ono application a month should bo given until the seasonal rain or heavy fog comes. After the rains have set In spray every two weeks If possible until the crop is harvested. "Where the plants are over fifteen Inches tall they should be gone over twlco at each spraying, the machine moving In tho opposite direction the second time. Upon the carefulness and thoroughness of tho spraying is dependent to a large extent the successful control of the blight. Demonstration plots sprayed by tho experimenter according to the above scheme came through the season in first class shape and were almost entirely free from blight at harvest time. Gives Cest Results, but All Legumes Are Valuable. At the Kansas experiment station the writer divided a number of bogs into two equal lots and fattened one lot on all the grain they would eat and tho other lot on all the grain and dry alfalfa hay they would eat. For every 100 pounds gained by the bogs fattened ou grain alone the hogs fed alfalfa hay and grain gained 1721 pounds. The hogs showed a gain of SC.S pounds of pork per ton of alfalfa bay fed. The same weight of grain that was worth $1 fed alone brought $AQ when fed with the alfalfa. At the Nebraska experiment station hogs fattened on grain alone nuide corn worth 77 cents a bushel, and when alfalfa hay was fed with the grain tho corn brought $1 per bushel. In a careful experiment made by Professor 11. .1. K Inzer at the Kansas experiment station with'fjUtening hogs fed corn and alfalfa hay 100 pounds of pounds of alfalfa hay saved ninety-sicorn, and he estimated that 1,520 pounds of pork were produced from the alfalfa hay from each acre. Growing pigs should have constant access to alfalfa hay whenever pasIt saves ture cannot be furnished. grain. lessens the cost of feeding, furnishes exactly the materials needed for developing bone, muscle and the vital organs, makes more of the grain digestible, stimulates the appetite and keeps the bowels active. Alfalfa Is much the best hay for hogs, although the hay from any legume makes protl table hog feed hay from Canadian Held peas, tho clovers, cowpeas and peanuts. Hay from timothy red top siml similar grasses has little value as hog feed. The leaves of early cut corn fodder cured green and sorghum cut when the seeds are lu milk make good bay for bogs, although not nearly equal in feeding value to the hays previously recommended. The leaf of the hay is the valuable part for the hog feed; the stems are too woody and are detrimental in any plant which Is used to make hay for hogs. The plant should be cut when it has the most leaves and Is In the best feeding condition and the hay cured in a way to preserve the leaves as green and fresh as possible. rattening bogs need only a moderate quantity of hay. enough so that they will consume seven to eight pounds of leaves wllh each bushel of grain. Breeding hogs and growing pigs should have every day when not on pasture all the hay they will eat, consuming the leaves only. .Hog raisers are of lerir advised, to out or grind the hay or to cue and soak It. The hay should lie fed whole and dry. Tho stems are too woody to be digesti ble aud arc detrimental to the other feeds. Is a careful test conducted by the writer there was a loss of over 4 per cent from grinding alfalfa bay for hogs. II. M. Cottrell, Formerly of Kansas Agricultural College. Alfalfa x im tlic dnte tlx-- fur holitlu? the Kentucky Katix for 1011 rm fur hh repotted. Oillcom of fairs arc requested to report to iw Motion Route Announces New Schedule any omiiilfltiiM or correction of tin tea. MoiUhdii ville. .luly 18 -- & diiyii. of Fares One Way and Round Trip. lltMiilurttoit. July Mt. Stt'rlluir. July 5 - day. Georgetown, July I.anf itHtor, July 'JO -- X dny. The Motion Route announces that Providence. AugtiMt 1 ft day. t will henceforth sell tickets between I)uvlll, Angina 2 S day. VcnwillleM, August 4- -2 day". ouisvillc and Chicago at $6- - one Lexington. August T 6iIhj. lutTodUui-K- . August way, instead ot So as lormcriy, vanti L'uluiitowii, AiiRUutK- - ftduyM. $12 round trin. cood xo days rcturn- Ktiiabf thtow ii, Aiujtmi U- -l day. Viuicebnrjr, August 9 day. ng, instcau ot fio. ratrons arc 01- Luwreneeburj:, August 151 day. fcrcd exceptionally good servicp by I.eltelilleltl. August IV-- 1 days. Hurksvtllo, August li days, the Motion, which on night trains llrodlit'ad, August 10-- 51 fiom Louisville operates CompartKern Creek. August l days. Pullfifans, Shepherdsville, Auk. ! -- I days. ment and Drawing-rooShelby vllle. Augustus I day. as well as the usual straight sleeper. days. Columbia, August 2 Loudon, August 221 daya. l'hc day trains have Parlor and Din dnjrtt. Liberty, August 28 ng cars, and the very finest modern, Sprittgtluld, August 2 I days. new coaches, Uerniaiitown, August 31 -- 3 days. inquiries cnccrtuiiy Nleliolasvllle. August at X days. answered by 15. II. JJacon, I). J'. A , Somerset, August Si'- -3 days. dn. CLEANING TIME Frankfort, August) I dajs. Louisville, Ky. Fulton, August 23- - Sdayn. llardstown, August 'JO I days, franklin, August .11 3 days. Paris. SeptemlHir 10 day. Mouttcello, S?itcnilK'r 51 day. Alexandria, September A -- S day. Mount OU vet, September 51 days. Ilodgeuville. September 5 -- a days. Sanders, September 0 I days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville. September 11- -0 days. Soottsvllle, September 118 days. Horse Cave, SepteinK'r 2UI days. Morgantowu, SeptemlKT 21 Jl da), (lasgow. September 2" I days. Maytluld, September 27-- - I day. Padueali. October It I dais. Murray. Octolwr 1- 1- I days. .Save your home by having your Uarklcy Broi do flues repaired. his work in best manner. They can't stand against this matchless broom of the blood. Out they go, along with the troubles they cause, such as pimples, boils, sores, eczema, malaria, rheumatism and kidney disorders. It makes a clean sweep. salt-rheum, ELECTRIC"" BITTERS It euros quickly and euros to stay. It gives glorious hoalth and vigor to tho weak, sickly and run-down. As filth files before the broom, so do disease germs, effete and Impure matter and foul humors in the blood fly before J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : PRICE 50c AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All DR. J. Crown and Druggists. Decorator. : W. BARLOW, Jouc at reasonable DENTIST. Bridge Work In What Are You Going To Do This Year by way of making your business suc cessful and your domestic life full of pleasure, if you arc not supplied with telephone service of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company? ISvcryonc should have a telephone. You arc connected with all outside important points in local connections with all residences and business hous es. For any information, call. man agcr, -- prices. OiUcc up stairs, the JoneH Hulltllng. Greenville, Ky. k We announce to our lic that our stocks of ments are larger and ever in our history. line of :- -: Shannon trade and the pubgoods in all departbetter selected than We carry a varied :- -: (0.1 i& DR. T. J. 5LAT0N, I!tyHlclntt nntl Siirj:coii. OOlcc Mnlu-cros- a atrect near Mainturect. WADU DEPOY. KENTUCKY CAM HOWARD. It. OKAY. HOWARD & GRAY, A Little Good Paint in Time Saves $ $ $ When your buildings need painting, every dy delay coiti you money. The sun, rain, aw mA frost are petting in their work. Lumber, coU tos much to let it decay for want of little p !at. I; cot?' L 10 uBoodpL:?" . out it. We me nothing but good LAWYERS. Office in Crccn Balldinfi. opposite LaMcadt Hotel. DRS, HELTSLEY & HELTSLEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS - GENf RAL MERCHANDISE as andfean supply most of the wants of the Goods, GlothiRgrShoA neoplc.,-Hats,.Etc, .we oner Jafge selections. In Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Farm, Implements and such goods our stocks, are especially strong. In all departments prices will be found the lowest, and your visits will be highly appreciated. Iri-L- Vy :- -: ::- to to to to Cumbcrland'Telephone 6: Telegraph Co. Tncorprt.od piftt a our - -- 1 zi Hrcc, E"i Male Strr'e , work. Telephone No. 1H CARTER Strictly Pure Furniture, Moldings, Wall Paper We carry on our floors and in our ware- rooms the largest variety of Furniture In WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Turpentine and the mott expensive color. Monon Route BETWEEN Farming is a manufacturing J tion must bo calculated as care- fully as in any othtr business. v Look Out For Cabbage Flien. Lettuce, radishes and onions will require careful watching in early spring to prevent the ravages of cabbage tiles. They nro so small as to easily escape notice, and the first suspicion of their presenco will be tho disappearance of tho young plants just as they are nicely started. Dusting liberally with soot, wood ashes or air slaked llmo will prevent their work, but It should be done as sooji as tho plants appear above ground. Fertilizing tho Muskmeton. Tho New Jersey experiment station secured an Increase In yield of 115 per cent by the use of 150 to 200 pounds of nitrate of soda per acre. Half tho fertiliser was applied at planting time about the Mils nnd worked Into tho joll and the remainder about three weeks later Dried blood aud sulphate of ammonia used in the sumo manner were a little less effective, but iucreas id the yield from 87 to 01 per cent Points on Swine Raising. To get the bast results from swine growing the selection aud care of tho brood sow are important factors, aud the same Is true with the boar. Tho best is none too good. It is well enough for the general farmer to keep grades, but he should avoid scrubs If he expects to make a proflL Sows that produce a large litter of strong pigs nro the ones to keep for stock raising. If after having two or three Utters nt the most she does not provo her ability as a breeder, if she does not show good motherly traits aud de velop into a good milker, dispose of her. Much depeuds upon the sire. We look to him for improvement and should expect it, and even though an extra good one may cost a few dollars more it is n good investment. Most farmers have a preference for a certain ureeu or nogs, unc may choose any of the more popular breeds without making very much of n mis take. When corn Is the main crop the hog that can lay on fat and couvert food Into mouey with the best econo my will continue to be the choice of tho feeder. Among the high grades of any breed there are much variation nnd plenty of room for Improvement Dual Purpose Sheep. The day of the single purpose sheep Is clearly past. The breeder who will not meet competition based upon a combination of fleece aud carcass is facing certain defeat. This has been recognized by tho large sheep interests of the couutry for sMiumbcr of years, and under present conditions it is equally applicable to flocks kept under farm conditions. The foundation of the herd should be well graded ewes which will shear a fairly heavy tleece and at the same time produce a lamb which will fatten readily and dress out n good percentage of high class mut ton. Selection and breeding should in elude these two objects. The Valuable Sheep. Sheep occupy the same position among tbo various animals of the farm that clover, alfalfa, cowpeas, beans and tlher legumes occupy among the plants. They renovate tho soli and lni prove the exhausted fields, and, while they may not be uble to draw nitrogen from the air and deposit it in tho soil for future crops, many of our best and most learned authorities claim that they will add to the soil more .than they will remove from it Look to the Separator. Kqep tho hand separator in good re pair. It L a fast running machine, apd failure, to maintain proper adjustments means loss of dollars and cents, iteep Its bearings clean, covqr it up when not in use and It will run well and lust a long time. The kind of paint we use never cracks or Louisville aud Chicago scales only years of wear will remove it. Muhlenberg -: -: Let us figure with you when ready to paint. ay If we do not have what you want, wc BEST LINE TO We guarantee a EnUcIau and durable job ' will get it for you. We have factory con prices reasonable. Don't put it o5. and the nections with makers of the finest goods In the country, and through "Our Special Vast Tcle'phonc No. 254. Order Department" can supply any exclu prices than city stores sive articles at less Two truins daily or mail order houses. We have just added an Undertaking Department to our New stock sewing machine needles Molding-stock- s Our Picture and Room French Lick and West Baden Springs. at Roark's for all machines. are always complete, fl kets, Robes, Suits, Wrappers and Dresses. Also have a Hearse Wallpaper is novr a staple article of mer UNION STATION, chandise, being used all the year 'round. U in service, on call anywhere. Orders in this line given prompt And we always have full selections, prices ( and careful attention any hour day or night. DEARBORN STATION, 5 cents and up per roll California Northwest Undertaking Department to to .to to to to to to to m to an to to Very Serious &H$xiviHj - -- latijralmirj CHICAGO. Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we are exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. Undertaking" 3?0ur It is a very serious 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 BLack-draugh- T 1 Telepoones: Store, Ho. I. Niglt, No. R or Ho. 3. S Dinin? and Parlor Cars. Palace Drawing Room Sleepers. E. H. BACON, D. P. A., N. W. Cor. 4th and Market Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. The BRIDGES fy & SHANNON CO. DEPOY, KENTUCKY and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Liver Medicine The reputation of ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger Ealo than all others combined. F2 SOLD IN TOWN this old, relia- &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; all Metallic and Copper lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constant ly In stock, for immediate delivery Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses Slippers, etc., in large variety Our two licensed Embalmcrs respond at once to calls for such services Our general equipment i3 complete and of highest grade We have a Funeral Car In service, sub ject to call anywhero, Tele CSTTwo Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Residence 150 yards from store. Prompt service any hour day or night. Lone-Distan- NEW YORK CLIPPER 18 THE ail EAT EST SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER SO Per Cent Better "I have used less than one bottle of Cardtii," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushvillc, Neb., "and ant feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it "Before taking Card'ui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car-d- ui to all my suffering friends." IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cfe, nWOOL) HIDESANpmRSy iifll f& ISSUED WEEKLY. Sample Copy Free. iLOEBT J. BOBIE. MjjcAQJia. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Lfd PUBLISHERS, W. 33TU ST., NXW YOU The J. ORIEN I. ROARK ESTATE, L. ROARK. Manager. I 1 " we can do 1r it r better for yoa than ijccts or comsuufon merchtnlsrl Reference: any bank in Loaiuille. We fnnits!i 1 Write lor price list 1 Wool Bags Fiee to oar shipp-j- s. Jl J BeDtalcf' I) J2dL Ky. AT FACTORY PWCES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS Ps CARDUI The Womans Tonic There should be a good reason x for everything dono on tho farm, and things that are unreason- - $ $ S able should not be done. When- - x is banished i ever superstition and systematic thinking takes $ .g the place of "moon farming" farm progross will begin. f f M. SABEL ft SONS LooisTille, We Ask You to take Cardul, for your femalo troubles, becauso vo aro sure it will help you. Remember that this groat female romcdy 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE i NO. 270 Oil cako or oilmeal in proper Oilmcal For Live Stock. al' vehicles Direct from our Factory C. 0. 1). to Consumer subject to examination ami approv!loit3odays free trinl. It isof the Rrcatest We ship - quanti ties considered by our best stock men to be one of the most healthful foods that is on the market, states Pro fessor Dlumphrcy of the University of Wisconsin. 13 El What Has' it Is the. condition of tho plow? boon properly protected this winter, aud is It in good condition' for Look After tho Plow. omer sick women, so wny not 10 you? For headache, backache, periodical pains, female weakness, many have said it Is "the best medicine to take." Try It Anyono sending n nketch nnd description muj quickly ascertnm i ir opinion frco wlictlior an liiTentlon la pnbnlir patentable. Conimunlfv tinnsntriciijrcoi uuemiai uanuBuuit uuruicuu, ent freo. Olilcst nuoin y fur securing patenti. I'ntonu taken tlirouch Muiui A Co. rccclrc tptcial notice, without chnrao. lu tbo Designs Copyrights etc. I MUt Scientific jinicr'scan. clr- handsomely illustrated weakly. culntlun of any scientific journal. Terms, 13 a. foiKiuontlia.fl. Sola byall norsdeolptfi. A 1 plowing, wheu needed? A plow will not scour is an abomination. that Sold in This City MilHNSCQ.33''8roK6wYoik Briutti OflJcc. 03 V SU Wtu&inztoa. D. C. importance to the Globe IluWy & Unmet Co. to have every one who deals ith us a phased and Satisfied Customer. No clTort is spared to make each shipment suih excellent value in quality of oml siyle of material, workmanship, fini-vehicle that it will be a La.tiit)! Ailvortisemcnt duU"hrinjcus many orders in reluni. If we please 'Ou, by selling you an honestly made bugxy ar.d at a price less the Middlemair Prodi. ou will recommend our poods tu your neighbor. Our Guarantee isabsolutelv aSROcd to our customers as it would be to n denier. I f j'.oodsnrq not tyj reiir resented yur mooey is returned to you. Vn Wke lid risk. Y; manufacture houet Yrh'rU and llnriiewi. iiruniptl). till ordcra la'aiiurvuMuntohtntoneyi SVnlc fi'f MR Free Iluiily nnd llarucas Caf!oiue. 8L0BE BUGGY St HARNESS COfrlPAN' 0WEN5B0R0, KENTUCKY The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found in any other medicine. These ingredients arc what give Cardui its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite woman's medicine, The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept., CluttanooM Medicine Co., Chaltanooea. Tenn., lor Special Instructions, and C4paso book, "Home Treatment lor women." sent free. t .Subscribe for The Record Only Sc- - THE a An OWKX When the Baby Cries. Engaged To a Dummy. A friend tendent of nvitcd mc nmatcs of ism Independent Newspaper. PPBUSHBl) THl KKlATK MT RECORD PRESS, Pril.ut. JtlCB, OKIES I.. UoAHK, Sevrutnry. Oribn L. Koauiv, Editor. Lona-Oistnn- itHc. iu bow Telephone, No. 72. miwx rear if ".lore, grotim! Hour. PER YEAR, !R ADVANCE."" 50 CENTS TERMS. The .uMerlptloo price f th piier U pya-r- a rirntK'C, ao4 wtwn the lime luiK expired will bo map pod. to ivhkk It U iiaM, the CaH of thanks. oMtunrv Notices, etc.. If not will be published free. A longer than tn Him, line will U made for aHceuc eharfre of ftc. line. No Turin Uou of Uitornle to miyot"!. PWe HMipl ropteft will be mllHl. ill be Inserted. A rate mnl AUwtiaemeiiU will be furntathnd u rrjart. A4drena MieoiuHiuNloatlonn r.ml make nil HKCOHl) PttKSB. paynUe to UreenTlllc. Ky. ptr ir THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1911. n Entered at tko OreenriHe, Ky., po8tMue 8JOnd-clnemutter. state womM improve its main highways to the highest point of efficiency, between half n billion and a billion dollars would be saved annually in the United States in transportation charges and the en hanccment of realty values according to the United States office of public roads. To effect this enormous saving the officials declare it would be necessary to improve only about 20 per cent, of the roads at an average expenditure of $7000 a mile. It is estimated that the rtynl im. provement could be accomplished by the donation of about $4,000,000 by each State. If every v WSBBi&Bm'&r. . Economy in Government work is as desirable as in other lines of endeavor. According to the campar-ativ- c figures complicd'by the Railway World the Federal pension offi cials can learn something from the pension department of the Pennsyl It cost the United vania Railroad. States one dollar to distribute $6 in pensions during 1910, while the distributed $109 in Pennsylvania pensions for one dollar. The Pennsylvania's unit cost, it is estimated, would save the Government more thiui a million dollars a year. If these Figures are correct, it is in 6rd cr for the Federal Pension Office cadjust ft;? methods- - Probably SgslmnmiKinttb'-r- e fuse give useful advice to Washington ials-whdesire to profit by an ct lesson in efficiency. 1 o Democratic Ticket Named. ' v 1 't .,ynf v.. . f- it i Safe The Bcmocratic voters of Ken tucky in a primary election held lust Saturday named the following ticket There wos a light vote. United States Senator, Olhc M James, Marion. Governor, James U. McCrcary Richmond. Lieutenant Governor, K. J. of Jefferson county. Treasurer, Tom S. Rhea, Russell villc. Auditor, Henry M. Jiosworth. Roark's furniture polish is some Secretary of State, C. F. Crecc what better than the rest, and is sold lius, Falmouth. considerably cheaper, and with the Superintendent of Public Instruc broadest guarantee moncv back if lion, Uarksdale Kamlclt, Hopkins not better than any you ever used ville. Attorney General, James Garnctt Contract to Build a Town. Columbia. contract for 1000 buildings, to Commissioner of Agriculture, J include dwellings, churches, schools W. Newman, Versailles. theaters and other structures recently Clerk of the Court of the Appeals majic by the Consolidation Coal Co Robt. L. Greene, Frankfort. of Baltimore indicates the magni under of the operations tudc Swiss Funeral Customs. way for the development of its Swiss funeral customs arc most great coal property ot 100,000 peculiar. At the death of a person acres in the Elkhorn field of the family inserts a formal, black Eastern Kentucky. The contract edged announcement in the papers was let to the Nichola Building Co asking for sympathy, and stating of Pittsburg, and the contractors that "the mourning urn" will be ex arc to establish saw and planing Minted during certain hours on mills, brick works and other shops special day. In front of the house for providing material for the build where the persbn died there is placed ing of the houses and the macadamiz a little black table covered with ing of several miles .of streets and black cloth, on which stands a black the building of a lake. It is also jar. Into this the friends and ac proposed to establish electric light quaintanccs of the family drop little and water plants d vUHng cards, some "This is probably the largest con times with a few words of sympathy tract for town building ever mad on them. The urn is put on th by one company with one contracting table on the day of the funeral company in this country. It is typ Only men ever go to the churchyard ical of the magnitude of develop and they generally follow the hears ment work under way in Eastern on foot. Kentucky. black-margine- It is astonishing to observe how insight most ttlc imacinativc omen bring to bear upon the cry- ng of small Infants. he instructed modern woman nows that all babies must and will ry to some extent, and that it is a normal and healthy form ol expressAt the same time, and this is ion. but natural, it is much easier to pply this theory to some other oman's baby. A human mother, halcvcr her theories, docs not like tohcar her own baby cry much. Although her beliefs arc modern, her uneasiness is distinctly primitive. Crying is crying, and she docs not take pains to learn the "language f a cry"; therefore the crying baby is cither fed, or rocked, or searched for a safety pin. This is notsym pathetic treatment. baby bus a multitude of reasons lor expressing distress, and is cpuitc clever enough to vary its crying ccordins to its reason. If adults ere forcibly fed, or violently joun ced up and down, or stripped and searched every time they grumbled, this would be a bad world to live in. Vet this is the treatment meted out to small babies who cannot talk back, or thump the table, or go out nd bang the door. It is the duty of each mother to study her baby's cry as if it were a Utile foreign language. It is true, she will soon hear the cry which says, "Isn't it about feeding time?" and the one that says, " I wish you ould be more careful when you rcss me," and the one that simply calls for human companionship; but he will also hear and learn to recog nize many others. The cry foi food usually begins as a sort of fretful, peevish whimper, soon rising, as the baby's sense of outrage grows, to a loud, angry protest; but this cry is not in place bomctimes except at meal-timit means that a very smart baby is trying to enforce its will in spite of rules. In such a case the rules must, of course, be kept, but it is only fair to see if thirst is the trouble. A babv has lust as much nent to a drink of water as any one else, and the drink is just as good for it. Fretful crying with restlessness at sleeping-time- , generally means over feeding; the baby is .suitermg-Jro- m ndigestion, and more food is not likely to be the remedy A loud cry, accompanied with squirming and drawing up of the legs, means some sort of pain m the abdomen, and no one could take the explosive cry of anger or fright for anything but what it is. little "worrying" n incessant whimper often means fatigue and slecpinesss. "Don't try to enter tain me iust lav me down and shade the light." Make a study of this little lan guage, and save both yourself and your baby much wear and tear. 1 of mine who is superina deaf and dumb asylum to attend a dance that the the asylum were going to SATURDAY BARGAINS ATT W. G. Duncan, Pres. W. A. Wickliffe, Vic Greenville Light J. & Water Co. live. " You'll have a quiet lime," he said but will enjoy it as a novelty". My friend said he So I went. ould be busy all the evening, ami told me to just go ahead and enjoy myself. 1 saw a pretty girl that looked as though she might be a good dancer, and so I went up to er and bowed politely, smiled, and made motions asking her to dance ith mc. She nodded assent and we startd oft. She danced so well that I immediately engaged her for several more dances, including the "Home, Sweet Home" waltz at the last. When the time came for that dance I went over to her and was standing by her side when a big fellow came up and said to her: "I thought you said you'd dance the last waltz with me." "Well, I can't," she answered, nodding toward mc; I'm engaged to this dummy here." The honest man, deceived in his illusions, but still honest, is a man par excellence. Chamfort. BRIZENDINE'S (IU CLASS TllMBLERS 60 Cents Per Set Think of this, now genuine cut glass for 10c. a piece. For twice the money this would be cheap. This is for Saturday only, so come early and see for yourself, as we have only a limited supply but several patterns from which to select. INCORPORATED A. GILMAN, Gen, Mgr., Secty. and Treas. fQUALITYNP) I LARGEST v :QUAPK1 'j fg?3 Mill IT MAY INTEREST YOU to know that if we serve you with ice you will be getting the highest quality and the most for your money as well. there is a great difference For in Ice just as Reduced Rates to Louisville July 1011 ON ACCOUNT OF THE there is in the size of the piece delivered for the same money. Make us your Ice- msm SiiSS . . . F. KE N' ANI) N Njjjmo v man and you'll get the best and the ALSO T H E REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Something New! CJolci at Louisville, the I. C. R. R. will sell round trip tickets at one ; fare plus 25 cents for the round trip tickets on sale July W. G. Crawford, Agent. limited toJuly 12 for return. io-it- Greenville Light Oflice Hours: 11 1 & Water Co. (INCOnroiUTED) Soldering I you found a great pile lead all over the joint on the article itself, left jeweler? 7.30 to S a. m. Did you ever have your spectacles or a piece of jewelry mended and on Phone No. 251. t to la a. m. to 1.30 p. m. to 5 n. m. examination of unsightly and perhaps there by the I USE 14 K. GOLD SOLDER on all spectacles and jewelry, and finish the joint so neatly that you can't locate the break. If your watch is sick I can store it to health. LET ME SHOW YOU re- W. D. BLACKWELL &BR0. elmer Mccracken IVntc.hmnknr Roark 'h Furniture Store A General Insurance We represent nnd Jeweler fresh shipment of "Big Ben" alarm clocks is going fast at Mack's watch shop. HaVCBarfcley Btosi repairyour flues, and prevent a firejoss. -' that writes all toe Home Insur kinds ot farm ind city property. Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'd rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor Double-face- d io-ine- Two records in one Record. 12-inc- h, Sec Coombs & Co. before you o 27 sell your beef hides. . as FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY :- h, Two records in one almost at the price of one 75 cents; $1.25. NEW YORK CLIPPER IS THE B.REA7E8T SHOW THEATRICAL PAPER ROARK MUHLENBERG COUNTY IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. ISSUED -: Single Copy, 10 CIS, WKEKLY. BONDS nnrvo KY. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Lld rt'HLlSHERS, 4L0ERT J. BORIE, 47 W. 3STU St., Nxw YOBX Jtuuaxx. Sample Copy Free. GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE, 1 SAVINGS 1 BANK ni uniurn DLHlmff LLL DnU 0 1 I Greenville, Ky. ggjggl GREENVILLE, I Appreciating' your past patronage we solicit all or part of your future Banking business. THOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. TwBK ii I Save $75! I D 1 H iSSPIi CSpiL-il-- g Ah r) J. 5 I IfJ tut) Ilk Thi tK K" f I H H H I FULL B00KKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS The regular price is fioo. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us whero they saw it will be able to have ouo reserved at the low rate of No time limit. If not ready $25. Books and stationery arc included. nw ku' ne utur0 use for only $2$. I H I GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffe, W. G. Duncan, G E Martin, R, T, Martin, E, J. Puryear, Gr M, Martin, Jno, s T. Reynolds, Jr. II fIRST NATIONAL BANK ROYAL I fg J IP Baking I Absolutely Puro z If you have a watch or clQck ou Then Do you drink coca-cola- ? of running order, jewelry to be re or sewing machines out of try ours. It is pure and refreshing paired, Tavi.ok & Pqoi.e. a 20 service, bring them to McCraqke and get firstclass guaranteed work House and Laud. for Kent. Fresh, smoked and salted meat Roark property, 7 room house, stable, line water, sever 020 al acres of land, ready for cultivation Sewing machine needles of a located just outside of town, on tw kinds, oil, bans, etc., at RoarK': streets, will be rented reasonably, pFine locatiqn, desirable home. Ap If you want that dead wat6h Orien L. Roark, Greenville, clock put to work, let Mc- have n ply-tKy. and he will put it to running. of all kinds at J. market. 13. Powder 1 p The only Baking Pow- der made from Royal JWl Grape Cream of Tartar W Made from Grapes jrj No Unto Phosphate W HO Wk 4 Mkvil ( The standing and responsibility of the men ' V) principal - JJ Jr H !H (ZfiZU (AMIS AT 7y2 jPfi ' "X ) V I 1 I I A Clean Man I H fflH who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful, judicious management. H Coombs & Cq - I he Captain Jttiifli Inl BITSHSTESS COLLEGE. jc onron.TLi Outside clcnnI:Dcs3 is less than half tha battle. A man may scrub himself a dozen times n day, and still he unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means n clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, n clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. lie will never be trouhled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate iu unclean ltlood diseases arc found whore there 13 unclean blood. Consumption ncd bronchitis mean unclean lungs. stoni-schs. St-; Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a can's xnsides clean and healthy. It cleans (lis digestive organs, makes pure clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. o KilOlEN ROARK'S. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion aad g prostration. It contains no ulcohol or drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanltncss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PJI ' lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy.. habit-formin- ' ' . " VJmfS t, liZ -- V.: ' VyVA Jz .;. f . ."'I : Serious were Accident Narrowly Averted. MPrinting Us Before GolnS IFV rtv lure to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and person ? : al use. v BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES WEDDING INVITATIONS POSTERS OR ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ALL KINDS Mrs. II. C. McCrackcn thrown from their buggy in Central City about 9 o'clock last Sunday morning, but luckily escaped with only a few bruises and They were driving over scratches. to sec their son, Harry and family, and as they came in town an auto mobile came up behind them at a rapid gait, causing the horse to shy, swinging the vehicle into a ditch, upsetting the buggy and throwing the occupants out. The termination of the affair is fortunate, and it was a narrow escape. lsq. and It Was Safe and Sane Here Allright. The celebration of the Fourth here Tuesday was more generally observed than ever before, and more people left town than on any day in its history, livery fishing spot was visited, many attended the game of ball played by our boys at Drakcs-boro- , avaitors at Owcnsboro drew quiet a number, swimming places were attractive, berry patches were full of folks, some hunted, a few rode the trains just for the fun of the thing, and if anyone stayed at home he remained in the bed or on his back porch, as there was no one on the streets all day. Ice in Heavy Demand. Manager Gilman, of the water and light company, is wearingjhc smile that won't come off these 'days, as the demands made for ice are enor mous, ana mere is no trouble to supply all callers. The country trade is a large purt of the business,' many wagons and buggies being loaded each day. Bid m Than IN OUTPUT COAL F.ETR1GG, CENTRAL POIHT. ROOUE RIVER 4 Of KENTUCKY More 14,000,000 Short Tons , Were BLACK KNOT. Dno of tho Worst and Most Common Mined in 1910, Which Was a OREGON 1 Swing settees for porches at Ro ark's. Mr. James Clcmmons, ol l'owdcr- ly, who has been confined to his home for some weeks by rheumatism, was carried to Mudlavia, Ind., lust Thursday, and it is hoped will be entirely relieved of his trouble. The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. of Cherry and Plum Diseases. Black knot of plums and cherries Is duo of the most common nml destructive of tho plant diseases nfTcetliigour orchard trees. It Is marked by large Summer fur- black swellings or knots appearing on niture, porch the limbs of certain varieties of cherries nml sets, la w n disease Isplums. J11 somo sections this exceedingly common and de ?jjtr tffBftf JltfV 11 iMW HW' P MSl . 1 3 2 Gain of 43 Per Cent. Muhlenberg, With 2,849,690 Tons, Leads By a Wide Margiin, and Produces Almost Of One-fift- h This matter niUPt not bo reprinted with out speelul permission.! THE PEAR BLIGHT. Considering the fact that there Is probably no menace to apple .and pear orchnrds that. Is bo serious as pear blight, it will he well to he on the lookout for it as soon as the sap begins to flow, as the blight In question is a bacterial disease of the sap. It Is espe cially Important to see that all holdover cases that Is, cases In which tho germs have lupt alive during the winter season are cut out before the sap begins to run so as to prevent their becoming sources of a spread of the disease by bees and other insects to the blossoms and tender twigs of other trees of the same family. The pres ence of dangerous cases of blight Is indicated by a dark colored and sweetish tasting ooze or sap which exudes from the cambium layer through the bark. The bees visit these places, very naturally, get their feet smeared with myriads of the bacteria and as a result are likely to infect a majority of the blossoms which they visit in the course of a day. In view of the fact that bees often cover a territory in cluded In a radius of two miles, tho possibility of a spread of the blight will thus be seen to be very great and emphasizes the.neccsslty of destroying completely and thoroughly every hold over case. The wild hawthorn and crab, belonging as they do to the porno family, may ho sources of early Infec tion, and If such trees are in the neigh borhood they should he inspected. Later on if trees in the orchard aro found to be Infected through the blos som in the manner indicated the only preventive measure known is cutting out with a knife well below the point of iufection all diseased branches and limbs. After each cutting both the wound and knife should be sterilized solution of with a one corrosive sublimate (mercuric chloride). which Is a deadly poison, and at tho close of the day the parts cut away should bo burned. By careful cutting a tree can often bo saved even though the blight has got Into the trunk or has reached down into the roots. Tho lighting of tho blight will be greatly simplified and the damage from it lessoned If nil water snrouts are kent cut incse. that inrecupn u . wt'II as inosfQTilcklj most often carried to tho main limbs aud trunkv.rt 08 It is through a-- goods, set- tees, cots, KO. 122 MS 101 136 Try Miss Lena Arnold's shop for high grade clothes pressing. Louisville Cincinnati Kxitc . LouUvllIp I.tmli.-.lCentral City neeoiiwiNluilii U.i" 1..M 11 111 Old Hickory chairs and bark niul wood rockers, etc. of the plum cr This in R o a r k's c b o r r y. la caused by n fungus living 11s n parasite In tho structive. It Kentucky's Coal Output. KILLED IN complete stock. niii 4.t Hill m 7.16 notm Mi. 116 121 101 mil' it. . .. N'cw OrlivuiH Hiifoliil lllfl N. O. fjico. (I.ouIhvIIIp Putlucnh nii'l Calm iioeoin Pulton iirvoiniiUMliitlmi. IV1I. . . 12. ,".limn 10 Im June's. tinlj ) iJWiun W.O. CnAwroiiD, ArI mr. 3. 10 un Howdy! Fourth? - Have a good time the ,0 v county Republican here Satuiday. Let Mc fix convention your clock. The ice and water departments arc being used liberally, but there is not a heavy demand for electric lights these nights. Continue to swat the flics. tf Mrs. T. J. Coats, of Richmond, .'has been here for some days on a visit to the family of Mr. R. T. Martin. One accountant reports that 37 nersons nasscd one of our most prominent street corners last Tucs day, but it is a surety that the same person picd urthan, orjp lliuugui bu uiau) jciauua s's mtown on the fourth. business houses were closed No need to worry about the dog- the Fourth, and it was a very quiet day period, as things have been so day here. quiet hereabouts lately that we shall Mr. C. W. Roark was in Bowling not notice the stagnant canine Green on business the hitter part of period. last week. Mrs. John Dwycr died at her Uur neighboring city of Hopkins- - home Monday night, and the burial villc claims to be the automobile was at Wyatt's Chapel on the Fourth, center of Western Kentucky, and many persons attending. claim to have about ?o new cars Mr. Frank Dukes and wife, of there this season. near Weir, lost a five weeks' old Large line of collapsible gocarts dauuhtcr. last Saturday, one of twins, and burial was in the Johnson Prices right. at Roark's. graveyard last Sunday. 'Ihc Republicans of the State will Good morningl Arc you going to have their conventions next Satur to the State fight it out here all summer? day, electing delegates convention at Louisville on July n, Scabies. when nommations for State officers A more common but less cuphon will be made. ious name of this trying affection is Mr. Cecil L. Roark has been in the itch. This name is most apt South Carrollton several days on for it would be difficult to mention business. anything in the way of a skin disease that causes more intense and violent It was a good thing that this was itching. It is due to the presence not a final election: as it was, the in the skin of a mite called acarus Democrats came near being dc scabiei or sarcoptcs hominis, fcatcd last Saturday, with nobody very minute creature, hardly more 1 be vote all over the else runninc. than visible to the naked eye, vet State was cxii:tncl; lightL ful-aMl , J repro duces itself and spreads by means of spores which are carried by the wind and lodge In the crevices of tho bark or on llie buds, where they ger-I n a t c, pene trate tho living bark and by their growth Irritate tho cambium, the growing part of tho limb. The plant responds to this Irritation by the increased growth of this part at the point fung u h FIFTYTHREE MEN THREE EXPLOSIONS. presence and BLACK KNOT. CFrIom Which eventually results In Blnla agricultural circular Vlr-!.f- .i rimnt 1 df wor.dei nd :atrictc nat ni4- . 5.- Coombs &Co: buy beef cal structure. It is only the female that gives hides. Highest cash price. trouble, the male being an inoffens Needles for all sewing machines at Ihe mite ive creature enough. Roark's. botes into the skin and then cats her way along under the surface, laying Mrs. Elizabeth Vincent, aged 85 her eggs in the burrow she has made. years, died at the home of Mr, They are then kept warm by the Felix Vincent, in the Isbcll neighbor unwilling victim and hatched out in hood, last Monday night, and was due course in this human incubator. buried in the family graveyard Tucs The mite is not at all grateful, day afternoon. She was one of the however, for this tender care given pioneers of her neighborhood, and to her young. She shows her In was well known and generally be gratitude by emitting 'an irritant loved. fluid, which causes the annoying itching s coaches Several of the new The suffering occurs chiefly at are now in use on the I. C. and they niuht. The hands and wrists are The arc attracting much attention. the parts most affected, especially new club cafe car is especially at the inner sides of the fingers; but tractive, and is run through from other parts may" become involved by Mc has "Big Ben," one of the Louisville now on train No. 101 and being scratched or rubbed by the carried through on No. 102. Here best alarm clocks on the market. hands. No social class is exempt tofore the dining car was switched is from the disease, although, as in all We will take it all back this at Central city, leaving the section parasitic diseases, the dirty and care to and from Louisville without this not a summer resort. Send along less arc those most liable to infec your literature about real ummcr convenience. tion. resorts will enjoy reading about The disease is contagious, being People from the country and from them, anyhow. acquired by more or less close con other towns are beginning to look As we hurry to press we hesitate tact with those who have it as iu for homes, as they desire to get the clothing benefit of our high school, and long enough to say "Swat the flies." schools or families, or from or bed linen. This explains vhy desire to move here for the purpose There were reports the first of the one who has been cured frequently of educating their children. It is The clothing. week that many lizards had been suffers a relapse. likely that by fall we shall have tpjite city on found dead, perishing from the heat, especially the gloves and the pockets a fewnew residents in our contain the mites, which take th it is supposed! this account alone. earliest opportunity to leave these Mr. L. D. Griggs, of Paradise, uncongenial quarters and seek again Summer furniture a specialty at was here. Monday on official business, the comfortable skin. Roark's. Look it over. as sheriff of the primary election The only treatment of any avail The city council met in regular in his precinct, and was around with is that which kills the mites and monthly seision last Monday night, his manv friends, shakinir hands destroys the burrows filled with their eggs. This is effected by scrubbing and the principal business presented and renewing acquaintances. the skin with a hard brush and was claims incident to the street The crowds here to vote last Sat strong soap-sudfollowed by th work that has been in progress for v urday failed to arrive. application of sulphur in some form the past mouth. The treatment should always b This is the time of year vjhen a man carried out by a physician, See Big Ben at Macks watchfo feels that not only the dogs are affect making shop. considerable judgment is required ed by the hot weather, and he feels to make the applications effectual himself. A fire hydrant will be placed at sluggish and green-eyeyet not so energetic or so long con at the comer of Main cross and tiuued as to set up an iuilamatiou e cob will be on the Paradise streets soon, the city counof the skin. menu before a great while. cil having ordered the plug at its To prevent recurrence, all th meeting Monday night. This is an Gardens are beginning to yield affected members of a family c important matter, as the school satisfactory returns for the labor school should be treated at the building and several residences will same time, for one left untreated expended. be protected that have heretofore almost sure to reinfect those wh been without it. Porrh swing settees in vaiHOUR have been cured. All underclothing lengths and fiuishes t Roark's. and bed linen should be thoroughly Sunday is ordinarily a hilarious boiled, and outer clothing dry day here compared with the glorious Mrs. y. C. Jonson and son arc cleaned or baked. As an additional Fourth, as it jvas carried out Tues with Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Martin in precaution, the insi.lcs of the pocket Paduc&h for & vuit. day. should be irontd with a very hot iron. per Typewriter ribbons, all machines, Home rendered lard The Record 50c. per year. ppund. J. E. Coombs & Co. I at Roark's J . E.- all-stes, d Corn-on-th- tho black knots so characteris tic of the disease. It takes approxi mately two years for the fungus to complete its development in the tree that is, from the time the spores first lodge on the twig until the knots have matured and their last crop of spores has been distributed, says II, II. Whetzel, plant pathologist, writing in the Itural New Yorker. The period of Infection that Is, tho time when tho tree may take the dis easeIs probably from May to July. Tho knots do not appear on the limbs until the following spring, when In the month of April or May they burst forth and In .Tune become covered with a green felt upon which are pro of summer duced great numbers spores or conidla. These are, scattered by the wind and produce new ;r. ructions in June ami July. The kr. N tlv cm dim My bome hlncvi, in olfr and In Mnrch or" April or year produce another set ol minute iwckets all orer the buriaetrui the knots. These so called winter spores are distributed in May or June, causing another new set of Infections. It is thus evident that the knot may eauso new Infections for two years in succession. These knots are not caused by Insects, as Is very often sup posed. The most satisfactory moans of con trolling this disease consists of a surgical operation namely, removal of all limbs and twigs bearing knots, cutting nt least thre or four Inches below the knot in every case. The proper time for cutting out the knots Is early In the spring, say not later than May, and again in the fall as soon as the leaves are off tho trees. Permanent relief from tho trouble cannot be expected unless an effort is made to eradicate the disease from the entire neighborhood, at least for considerable distances In the direction of the prevailing winds. Old cherry and plum tres should be very carefully pruned out and put In shape or else cut down and destroyed. All knots should be burned promptly after cut ting from the tree. -" C. J. Norwood, Chief Inspector of Mines, has submitted his annual report for the calendar year of 1910. The report in part is as follows: "For statistical purposes, the Kentucky coal fields arc divided inThe to three districts, namely: Western, which includes all counties in the western coalfield, the Southern, which includes Bell, Harlan, Jackson, Knox Laurel, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Wayne and Whitney counties, and the Northeastern, which at present inqludcs all other counties in the Eastern coalfield. "The coal statistics reported by this office refer only to the mines, which term includes not only shipping mines but such of those that employ an average of more than five persons underground as are of comThe mercial importance locally. number of the latter mines is quite small. The production of commercial coal for the calendar year, 1910, amounted to 14,720,011 short tons. This was by far the largest output known in the annals of mining in Of the total amount, the state. 76,108 tons were of canncl, produced b;- - mines in Bell, Breathitt, John- son ana Morgan counties. j The production bv districts was jus follows: District. Ton. pruduulnjr Sotitlitftiwterii, 6 uotttitlcH iiroiluetu? Northeastern, D counties jiroducln Totnl Western, lOeountte 4.23:1,85:1 2,0:17, HM 11,7211011 cceded that amount. The banks of the ten leading counties, according to commercial output in 1910, was as follows Muhlenberg, Hopkins, Bell, Whit- Icy, Webster, Pike, Ohio, Knox, Muhlenberg Union and Johnson. has occupied first place since and including 1900: up to that year Hopkins held the position continuously by a larcc maruin, for more than thirty years. The progress of mining in Muh lenberg during the last ten years has Iu 1900 the county been notable. 409,581 tons; this grew to 1,044,402 tons in ioos, and to 2,040,000 in 1910. Compared with those for .1909, the figures show a gain of 4,423,886 tons, or very nearly 43 per cent. I'hc gains by districts were as fol lows: District Wcrtteni, Ruin SuiitlieiiMerii, piltt N'ortlicnntern, piin Total Ton. 2.250.r'.l t) I Put. 51 27 18 I.72U 00l,Kii 1,823,85$ 43 A large part of the increase in the Western distridt was due to strikes in Indiana ana Illinois, wnicn widened the northward market for Western Kentucky coal. The gains in the other districts were due chiefly to the increasing development of mining operations in the Eastern field. The total selling value" of the com ncrcial coal, at the mines, was $14, 541,604, giving an average value of 99.79 cents a ton for the State. The average values, at mines, according to districts, were: For the Western, 90.28 cents a ton, for the Southeast ern, 1.1184; an-- for the North eastern, $1.0670 a ton. The tonnage of commercial coal for 1910 was produced by 269 min ing concerns. The maximum num bcr of persons employed immedia.tc ly at the mines was 25,760, of whom 20742 were engaged underground. The average number was 21,162, of w.hom 17059 worked undcrgroundT The year 10 10, in the number of fatal accidents, was the most disas trous in the history of coal produc Tnis was due tion in Kentucky. to three explosions, as the result of which fifty persons lost their lives The number of fatalities from all causes was eighty four, all but one of which occurred underground. Foity-fiv- c wives were made widows children rendered and ninety-fou- r fatherless. These explosions emphasize the necessity for laws regulating the quantity of powder that may be car ried into a mine each day, and the care of it, and for prohibiting shoot ing on the solid. . Selscting Seed Wheat. Accordiujj to the Kuitsas wheat growors. the idea that large kernels of wheat germinate better than small ones is a mistake. The gerinluatlug power Is. rather, dependent on the density of the kernels. When you take an invontory of the farm do not fail to make g note of its healthful surround-ings and its attractive features for a happy home. Hints For the Farmer. In tho north it is hardly safe to plant cucumbers until tho middle or last of May. The crop may bo planted even as late as the latter part of June. Nitrogen Is by far the most Important element Iu producing a crop ofi cabbage. It should be quickly available. Top dressing with nitrate of soda is becomlug moro and more common. Try It on the early crop. Sprlug is the ideal time for germa-natluall seeds. The ground is in mellow nutjl tine tilth after the winter freezing and full of moisture. This applies especially to flue seeds und delicate plants like tho alfalfa. A spring tooth harrow should seldom If ever be used after plowing sod land unless stones are troublesome. The results are much better when a good disk or spading harrow Is used alternately with a drag or n float. By spraying alono many of thu old npplo orchards which havo never borne n crop cau bo inado very profitable. These should be sprayed when the blossoms show n little pink and ngaln as soon as the fruit has set, with a third spraying about two weeks Inter. There Is no reason why anybody 3houId have trouble in growing strawberries. With any ordinary, good garden soil placed where both the air and water drainago are good the utrnwber ry will thrive, provided it gets only ordinary cultural care at thu important times of its life. g iac. Judge J. C. Joason and grand children Carol Jonson and Mary Compared with that for 1900, the Elizabeth Roark, are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jeirjld output tor 1910 shows a gain of increase of over A. Jonson, at Madisonville. tons, or an 193 per cent, in annual production Call on Leslie Hale, next to First within the ten years. The increase National Bank, for candies, books over 1905 was 6,670,363 tons or a f3 sundries, cigars, tobacco, etc. gain of 83 per cent, in yearly output within the last five jears. If you want a milk chocolate; The advance made by the North- strawberry milk or Biraborlip, we Taylor &1?oolf. eastern district in the last five years have it. is significant. In 1905 the producZPsSfMcCracken has the largest tion amounted to only 577,630 tons, stock of dials, for timepieces ever in 1907 :t reached a million tons; carried in the county, and can fi and in 1910 it passed the two million anything from the court house clock mark. The prospect is that one to a toy watch. company m that district will alone be putting out four million tons per Graham now has an undertaking annum at an early day. establishment, making about fifteen While it is very questionable in the county. whether the production for the year Four negro tramps were arrested 19 1 1 will equal that of 1910, developments under way in the Eastern as they alighted from a through coalfield not only in the Big Sandy freight at the depot Tuesday after and Kentucky River regions, but in no 3ti, a brakeman on the train call the upper Cumberland region (Bell, ing the attention of the officers to Knox and Harlan counties) as well the illigal riders. They were brough indicate that the output for 1912 to town, but were released. will surpass it, should the Western What the Victor Brings to You. district hold its own. hink ot owning Caruso s voice Of the coal shipped from the Northeastern district, 1,533 tons the talent of whole opera companies (from the Big Sandy region) were the best efforts of brass bands and The orchestras, the genius and drollery o made into coke at Ashland. coal converted into Harry Lauder, etc. All the world': total amount ol best music of all ages, the magi coke, therefore, was 98,066 tons. No better coals are sent to market touch of the best violinists, harpists Funny stories from any mines than tr; produced vocalists, pianists. in Kentucky, and yet, because of and yodels.addresaes by Taft, Bryan lack of manufacturing enterprises, Roosevelt and other leading char the it crease in the home consump- acters. No matter what your weak tion is relatively slow. Of the out- - ness it can be filled by Victor re nut for ioic. 8.800.652 tons were cords or Victor machines. Call at reported as shipped to other states, Roark's and have a demonstration. and it is probable thai the actual "Records and supplies of all kind's in tonnage so shipped somewhat ex stock. 1 BUYING ALFALFA LAND. There are many sections in tho Kouth where alfalfa will do well, and it goes without saying that laud which will grow the legume is worth a good price. Notwithstanding this there aro some facts In connection with tho growing of alfalfa which It Is well to take into account. One of these Is that it will not do well on land that Is not well drained, which means that a lot of land which Is being sold to northern buyers as prime alfalfa land will not be worth n continental for this purpose until it is drained. Neither will alfalfa do well over a hardpan of any kind which comes too near the surface nor on a stiff clay subsoil. Weather conditions which are likely to prevail during the making of thu hay should also be taken Into account, rain and heavy dews being very detrimental to a good quality of hay. For this reason the drier or irrigated sections of tho west and southwest are prefcrablo for alfalfa growing. Wo are led to make the above remarks as the result of a conversation with a friend who recently was shown a lot of alfalfa land In a southern state where tho holes dug by lands crabs were vlslblo In every direction. This simple fact showed that the water was too near the surface to make successful alfalfa growing possible. . RICE GROWING. Northern readers of these notes will be interested In how rlco is raised In the sontbern states. A loam soil with a good mixture of clay is considered host suited to this cereal, while the other conditions which make gQod rice land are possibility of Irrigation. complete drainage and a solidity at harvest time to permit the operatlon-oheavy machinery. Itlce land is prepared for the seed as In the case of other cereals, and tho best results are had with the drill, from one and a half to two bushels of seed belugused per acre. When the rice plants aro five or six Inches high the field Is flooded Avlth water to a depth of from one to six Inches. The water Is kept on the flcld until the rice gets In the dough, which is from ten to twenty days before It Is ripe. The Hold Is then drained by open ditches and allowed to dry,, after which the rice is cut, shocked and thrashed, as in tho case of wheat or oats. In the last named step the speed of the cylinders Is reduced to prevent cracking or breaking the grain. The rice is known as "paddy"' as it conies from the machine and is then taken to the mill, where It Is hulled and polished. f Hear varied selections on the Victor talking machines at Roark's. The world's best music, as well as all the popular selections, speeches, bands, orchestras, instruinental solos, quartettes. Victors range in price from $10 to $100. Victrolas S75 to .$250. Large library of re-- v cords a'nd all kinds' of talking ma- -' chine supplies. ROARKFimiture, WaJlpaper, Shades, Moldings. 1 Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Gr&ve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK 2 j SWAT THE FLY! i IT'S A DEADLY PERIL. I Prof. Herms of the University of California says that the house fly often is spoken of as one of nature's continues: "It He scavengers. be said without question that the can house fly is the poorest of scaveng crs, and is the nut ding irons of man's enemies, a veritable wolf in sheep's clothing. Certainly no one would contend that it is necessary to be infested with vermin as a substitute for bodily cleanliness, and surely no one would argue that it is a breach of trust with nature. to annihilate the Anopheles and mosquitoes, which are the transmitters, respectively, of malaria and yellow fever. The argument holds when applied to the house fly; it is not necessary scavenger and is a gross transmit cr of disease." We print this because wc have received a letter from a man m Wisconsin who deprecates our warfare on the fly. He fears that the fight, if cajried on, will result in the extinction of the species. Wc have heard this argument before. A woman raised it last year when the fight was on. She thought it wrong to destroy the fly, because it was It was put one of God's creatures. here for a purposc and we had no right to blot it out of existence, she contended. No crusade for hygienic progress was ever made without opposition. One of the most firmly rooted ideas is that nature has nothing that is useless in the economy of the uni verse. It must be good for some thing, or else it wouldn't be here, and therefore it should be let alone. These people say this about poison ivy, rattlesnakes, and toadstools. But these arc dangerous to the uman family, and thiy should be Steg-ouiyia "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Not Easily." Such ft statement, coming from the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: "I have used Dr. Mllea' Nervo nnd Liver l'llls and also your n Pills, on myself, with good results. The Liver Pills aot so naturally and so easily that I scarcely know that I havo taken a pill. Frequently being troubled with headache I Pill and get take an Immediate relief In every case." A. L. Wilson, Spartu, 111. Mr. "Wilson was for a number of years cashier of the First National Bank of Sparta. Antl-PalAntl-Palli Why & & & M & fflf & &J ? & t '& Our Name has been before the public for 30 years, most of the time right on the spot where we are now located. Si 7- i- Read The n 0 ourier- - Our Aim constantly has been to sell the best goods in our lines, at Hie 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. We endeavor constantly to increase our usefulness. m. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor, WE CAN FURNISH YOU Our Claim On your patronage is based on a service the duration of an ordinary life time, and a square deal assured every one. The accumulated experience and knowledge of this third of a century are at your command. 1 X3 Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Many arc different from others. of liver pills are "impossible" kinds after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, with out griping or undue irritation. They ar not habit forming. If the first bottle falls to beruflt, your druggist will return the price. Ask him. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. The J. L. ROARK Estate ORIEN L. ROARK, Manager THE RECORI AND I II K WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L F -x- URNITURE UNERAL I8Z9 Lon$ Distance D Telephones: EALERS IREC TORS 108 Established Store 72; Home Bulbs of all Kinds in Slock. Miss Lena Arnold has in stock all kinds of bulbs, and now is the time BOTH ONE YEAR FOR to begin the cultivation. Following are ready for delivery, and orders taken for others, and prompt dc livery Guaranteed: Chinese Sacred Lillies, ioc each, 3 for 25; Paper White Narcissus, Grandiflora, 2 for 5c, 30c doz; Roman Hyacinths, Single White, 5c each, 50c doz; Bedding Hyacinths, Dutch, 5c each, 60c doz; Forcing Dutch Hyacinths, ioc each, $1.00 doz; Tulips, mixed, We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal. -A BLUE ROSE Thricw GUM 8ERLAND TELEPHONE (iNCOKTOnATllD) & TELEGRAPH CO. The Greatest Rose Novelty of the Century Write for and Price List il glf Courier-JournCom Louisville, Ky., for free pany, sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send our subscription order to this al Rose (Violet Blac) Hailed by the Rose Growers as the Forerunner of the Corn-Scu- d floxcr Blue Rose. Ycry ous and hardy. Free BloomlnS on Longr distance lines and telephones of this Company onablo you to talk almost Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi artd Louisiana. We can put you In quick anywhero In Southern Indiana, Southern GrcctihoiiHCH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT Princeton, Ky. i and satisfactory communication with the people of th great section of the country. We solicit your patronage Rates reasonable. Equipments and facilities , IX A WES E. CAUDVVFLL, j ; ' )aper NOT to the Courier- ournal. LAND HUME, T. O. WCII;. V known help from them. The same applies to the fly. So long as flics and filth exist together there will be danger to human life. The fly has no place It in the economy of civilization. is not harmless or useful. It is positive danger to us and the worst enemy wc ever had in the animal kingdom. Kill it. Do not suffer one in the house, and harbor nothing which will serve it as a breeding Deal at home as much as possible. Build up your J home town. This will I a better home make you Tlie Greenville Transfer Co. They meet all trains, day and night, with Bus and Baggage wagon. JUST RECEIVED Many Patterns of 1911 Wallpaper market and enhance the $ I value of your property. place KILLthe and WITH White Sewing Machines, in Don't allow flies in your house. rotary and vibrator; needles Don't permit them near your food, shuttles, etc. in stock for all cspcciylly milk. Don't buy food where flics are machines. RQARK'S STORE SOME FLY DON'TS. CURE the LUNGS couch TV tolerated. Don't have feeding places where flies can load themselves with the dejections from typhoid or dysen tcric patients. Don't allow your fruits and con fections to be exposed to swarms of flics. Don't allow flies to crawl over the baby's mouth and swarm upon the nipple of its nursing bottle. Clean ud vour own premises. If you still have flics it is beca s' you neighbots are harboring filth. If they won't clean up ask the board of health to force them to do so Don't forget you arc not safe from diseases carried by flies unless you grocer, your butcher, your baker every one from whom you buy food is as careful as you arc. See stuffs that your town has a food screening ordinance, and that it is enforced We leave it to you to say how good is our furniture polish. We know it is the best we cn buy, and sell under a guaran tee. If not the best you ever used, return and get your money quick and pleas Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold. Take your beef hides to J. E Coombs & Co. and get the cash. VOL.DS AND ALL Dr. King's New Discovery PBICE rnn Aaiiaiis kv, rim -wut-no i.0Q. Strong Compact Perfect Swift TrW Bottle Free THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR KONZY SIIUNDED. Best work, prompt service; give Several patterns of swing porch your laundry to Joe Morgan, who settees at Roark's, and you are in will appreciate your patronage. vitcd to call. If you have not heard the Victor talking machines, I y)kliiaiinefortTcrboly. elfcttlcltjr. m- Y ,1 nl yk Lrara lence. and howihe call at Roark's. If to U (XyJ '"VlSjLk coming Simple, pre. V M "e,ooIyou have heard them, call again and AND ti al.fLllolpktuiti. Sim- 9 a It . .C He copy free If you name often; they never grow tiresome n Iut. Co. mfCl InlAYVr 8 n nip no Doiton, Large library of records and all I St . Mus. kinds of talking machine supplies riiotocmpliy lB,"w,,.?ni?lk. V AM Accurate rt : - Enables the operator to sec every word as written without raising feature. carriage, saving time and trouble. Possesses every The 20th century success. In use by U. S. Government, 157 railroads and largest mercantile houses in many countries. Handsome booklet free. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO., 10M09 Lake St., Chicago. Standard Visible Writer .T' everybody U 1J rnuTvX.Rriiviri. held M WCXUlXH.M Beautiful pktmei.r r.'li- M VnJfM ' Jypri e.ontr DHftTf- i1M . taercl Sjitljilei" f m AM HlilC y j ou mention t! r Photography Amerl O Ueacoa St, Doiton. If cm t f iM 1 Sec the very latest thing in carpet FWTher you wan1 Ml. JHvVir WM Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered. antly. RO.RK. of great J in the events," said Pic.i in his recent dent Huntington baccalureate sermon to the graduat s Are you of Boston University. young people in touch, and have y u kept in sympathetic rotation, with the progress of the peace principle that is spreading its benign light among the nations today? You are near neighbors to this fact of our time. You are entering an era in the world's history that will, when thoroughly estab.ished, put to shame The largest line of the best baby the long dark ages of strife, battle slaughter which have marred carriages in town are on display at and Roaik's. the record of all nations." "You arc living Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. Typewriter ribbons, legal blanks, document covers, carbou paper at this office. Telephone that grocery want to Joe Morgnn and get the best Roodtj at lowest prices. Miss Lena Arnold asks the patron age of the public, and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done XLhc k0((Sf 1 IRecort with oid ENGRAVERS el Quality. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent IAMUFACTUR1NG 4ARCOURT&CO.Louisv!lle.Kx poisons of undigested the um of a goodlaxative, to Keep the I uv.ds open and pi event food from gettingmio jour system. The latest product U science i? 'FL'0 Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, reliable and of a plca-u.t- , .lvo a,;ts on the liver, as well as cn th? i.rnu.ti. tci-lo- . stomach and bowels, and i s of the greatest possible efficacy jn constipation, indigestion, biliousness, siclc headache, fe.tn&hness, colkjtlatulence, etc. iry . VF 1 Physicians Advise in her clothes cleaning, and repairing shop Give us your job work. pressing VELiO LAXATIVE COME and SEE THEM LIVER SYRUP L. ROARK ESTATE