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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l LII JI SiIJ Record Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 1a vet t n h OrienL Roark buys sells rents repairs typewriters carries supplies of all kinds and solicits trade in any branch t J hr r i f Sl 3 MilY tx HO 270 TWO1NONE We ship alt vehicles Direct from our 0 D to examination and free trial It is of the importance to the Globe Harare Co to have every one who dealt with ns n pleased No effort is to each such excellent value In quality ol material workmanship finish and o vehicle n Advertisement and bring us many enters In return If we you rrw an honestly made buggy and at a less you vrill recommend onr to your Out Guarantee I absolutelv as to our customers as it would be to n dealer not ns resented your money Is returned to you You ke ni We manufacture honest Vehicles and llnrnrm Mve our euMoniera money fill orders Write for our Free and Harness Catalogue ILOBE IUG6Y ft HARNESS COMPANY OWEUSBORO KENTUCKY Very Serious a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and havo the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying J to be careful to let the genuine D BLACK DRAUGHT n liver Medicine The reputation of this old relia ble constipation and liver trouble is firm ly It does not imitate other It I better than or it would not bo the liver with a larger than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN Pa C to ce I r OOItHllrc sale w t Fnctnr d J and- S tls t yon prmn indigestion others favorite dlJ1V REVOLVING t v If ff fY lRRADltaltfAlE WAIT lea VAIC S R DE KALDILL KANSAS CITYMO t p I fit lfluotb DR J W BARLOW Grown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OOlce up stairs in theJonca Building OrccnTlllc Ky DR T J PliyHlclun and Burgeon Office MnlncrosH street near Malnstreet 16 CAM HOWARD WADE n GRAY HOWARD 6RAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Balldlnf opposite LaMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Mahvcross Street Telephone No 78 J E Baile DENTIST SlAT Nt Dentist Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office Jewelry Store White Patients Only Telephone Connection Louisville and Chicago LEST LUCK TO Califurnia and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers- E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and MnrUefSts LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of even ten cases of rheumatism arc simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treat ment is required The free application of Chamberlains Liniment is nil that is needed and it is ccr tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and aoreness Price 250 large size 50C over Storers MOD R utc UglW gEN ngs a ON- nOt1J lYlrTJ nEAR nOl N RhtJ to w Phenclt Llcti a est i SIObi Mtzhlenfoerg County is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for of capital and pluck reKJKlMgffi lKgfl r ltC II ti1ttJt1 j itttt 1K tmtI JtIiI investment 4Al L1yw1 y fY4rM 1 r t r VOL XII NO 31 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE r 1 Peach CebWerA Lament Again we twang the mournful harp of reminiscence and lament a dis appearance Where we ask in ac cents dismal is the old fashioned peach cobbler 0 fair sweet of the old fashioned kitchen spice scented delicacy now season able but missing Peaches were not created by na ture to go in pies They were for cobblers When the slices of this generous fruit find themselves cramped in the narrow confines of a picpan their emotions overcome them They utter one protest against unkind fate and then shrivel up hopelssness Apricots and canned peaches will endure the pie treatment but fresh peaches arc of too sensitive of too artistic temperament Knowing themselves created for cobbler the pie pro cesses sour them But give them the deep cobbler pan and how their juices well up and spill out a joyous revel of all the sweetness ripened in the sun They fairly purr as they prepare to work a benefacton for mankind It was noticed when cobblers were in fashion that a certain secrecy governed the good housewife She never out flat with I think its about time to have another cob bIer Never anything like that She said nothing but busied herself mysteriously You came in with the appetite of a farm hand and you noticed a peculiarly delicious odor about the premises but ex perience never served to warn you You sat down and ate four help ings of pot roast and browned po tatoes and five cars of sweet corn not observing the curiously look on the face of the cook the look of one who has lighted a fuse and is waiting for a pleasant explosion And when you had sigh ed a deep sigh had pushed back your chair and had said Well I she tr6sevwith a little flutter of scious virtue and a little smile superior wisdom She departed the kitchen and returned with that deep cobbler dish Then you bitterly regretted at least two helpings of pot roast and at least two ears of sweet corn but when she dug a spoon into that deep pan ot pentup odors you knew you were lost In spite of all The steam which ascended from the joyfully entombed peaches went up as the smoke of the sacrifical al ter on which lay your notions of temperate eating Later you realiz ed that the difference between you and full anaconda was one of anatomy and not of sensations It is difficult to lament the peach cob bIer moderately The emotions lean towards those of unconsoled grief When in addition one the old fashioned apple dump ling one is engulfed in sorrow But nothing of the dumpling at this time One bereavement at a time is enough Mr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben efits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to head quarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we ipii interest yoN pqr ppvcr the States Tennessee Mississippi and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated Myalgia If you have suffered from an at tack of severe muscular the small ot the back which your phy sician has treated under the name of myalgia and some friend speaksof your illness as lumbago you need not feel insulted as the two words apply to the same affliction Myal gia simply means pain in the volun tary muscles If it occuis in the back it is known as lumbago if it v IJ offering 1 1 t 3 t Ij t 1 0 1 1 It t anticI- patory I tt d t yqu li tU g con i J 1 oft fort t 1 a f o 1 j considers t I oral TelcpMHs t t ti 1 i t t 1 Kentuc 1 t 0 pain in j v ft t l 1 1 i oJ t 1 o designed n s I 1 7 1 I came A elser 14 y t r t t p t rr p cab o 4 s aS Louisiana lli S r r a bt ti w t N1- rr 3- a t 3- rJYr- t effects the muscles of the neck it is called torticollis and if the chest muscles arc the sufferers the affec tion is known as plcurodynia Myalgia although extremely while it lasts is a disorder generally brought about by a slight strain or of the muscles or by a local catching cold and in many cases by a combination of these two causesIn of a rheumatic constitu tion or in those suffering from malaria it is easy to localize muscu lar rhumatic pains and thus set up an attack of myalgia Intestinal autotoxication or a condition of may also be an un dcrlying cause For the reason that an attack of myalgia cannot always be readily traced to its cause it is not always easy to find the right drug to treat it Naturally in the gouty subject treatment of the gout called for while in malaria remedies for malaria will help the lumbago although they will be of no service at all to one suffering from intestinal indigestion At the same time whatever the cause the local treatment will be about the in all cases because it is directed especially to the relief of the pain The local treatment may be sum med up in two words rest and warmth in the first place until the worst of the pain has been relcaved In some cases the pain of so severe that it calls for more radical measures but narcotic drugs should never be given for it except under the direction of a physician Heat may be applied either in the dry or the moist form Sometimes a hot flaxseed poultice with a little mustard added and a days rest in bed will suffice for a cure The oldfashioned practise of wrapping a flatiron in flannel and applying it to the painful spot is a KOQfLffiav nLctimp heat jYfterthe acute pain has subsided is nothing better than massage persuade the muscles back to normal work again A may be rubbed in at the same time and sufficient friction used to redden the surface of the skin The effected muscle will recover much more rapidly if exercised and when the acute pam has lessened the patient should be encouraged to practise gentle movements of the parts Deal at home as much as possible your home toyn This will make you a better home market and enhance ths value of your property The lest Food for Worker The best food for those who work with hand or brain Is never high pricedThe best example of this is found In Quaker Oats It stands at the top among foods that supply nourishment and vigor without taxing the diges thou and yet It Is the least expensive food one can This great food value and low cost make It nn ideal food for families who want to get the greatest good from what they cat or farm hands fed plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatigue than if fed on almost any other kind of food AI1 of these facts were proved and very Interesting information about human foods were gathered by Pro fessor Fisher of Yale University In 1908 In addition to the regular pack age Quaker Oats is packed in largo Ized family packages either with without china dishes Disinfecting has been done by Roark all over the county and calls from near and far are promptly The charges are reason able temporary wrenching self poisoning IS same lumbago- is or liniment Buildup at Laborers factory answered- f uncomfortable s orB BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room corners are kept clean and tree from dust by the use of Rockwells corner dust shield Roark has them in all finishes Also has the best stair carpet fastener For livery service in including closed carriages call on Barbour Head Get a set of pneumatic rubber tops for your typewriter keys Greatest aid to operation of any machine Roark has them and you are asked to call for a look Wallpaper prices at Roarks are lower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory firstclass wouldappreci A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buiWingj nerd every delay coots you money The sun rain snow And are vrotk Lumber cuts too much to let it decay for want of little paint It cods less to good petal than to go with out it We tue nothing pod paiit on out pork CARTERStrictly Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpcntlno and the most expensive colors The kind of paint we IK never cftkj t icales only yews wear will rcmcrc it prices reasonable Dont put k off J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Roark is specially prepared to do is subject to call anywhere AT FACTORY PRICES fltOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS a we disinfectingand s Let u you t ben p- e a Tst an as aura c tCTRlc 1 ECHGH CTyl lr A M It If AN I AmerlcanPhoo y- ft Ikliun S IWon Mil 1urJArI t he iI 1- 11lrtlte 1lnhli rrnin Pllatogrtipl laterts rNntltulpkInrrt u e- dtkian etel ynq IeI gMfa- irotnratm i tnlrr UKCTIUCtAaml MECHANIC u o Mmplr prsc tialfllofii ttrrt Sam J tlii jv cr SI 00 a year Pub Co 8 rica on sr liton Mass IairrerJbol lrnt oln LIeneandiowto p rrt it you Sn rn lUlU II Is itrte trldty the da k y tame yAPN to 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could get any thing to do me any until I began to take Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and I am so thankful that I found something that will do me good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long time is well to make tip your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick q eel am a good writes Mrs R rBell of lrtcAlester of what Cardui will do for suffering goo 1 example over t- I h u l8ake J47 CARDUInl i1 S a esavJr You will be to take it when are tired mis erable and when life a weary grind It will put new thoughts into your head fresh courage into your mind If not sick now at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory so that when you arc sick you will ask for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dcpt Chattanooga Medicine Co Cliallartnooga Teen for Special Jxztectlons and Clpasc book Horne Treatment for Women sent free your It X i lad t seems i r A 60000 i BODIES I Mutilated Annually j Dissecting i i on I I I Tables THE n VERMIN BURGlAR f AiI Vi4t flit a PRCOI IlVKOLAIlrUOOF GKAVli VATOT furDlslics nbnoliiti prottr imaiustrhe ruvItU it nrh hlln 0i1 and 1 tiiiVt Hhould l o Miniiloyctl in burial JUaae in sizes It tTntcrltoot Btli tt 1llof err alt The BRKCR VAULT carried in stock by The J L ROARK ESTATE Greenville Fine tlne ol Pirirernl untJ r itrlal GooUM ff 0PItILS 4 Y We Constantly Have ALL SIZES iu Stock use of a goodlaxativc to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undfgestod food systemThe VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of n pleasant eremitic taste Vdvo acts en the liver AS well as on stomach and bowels and Is cf greatest possible Tteacy in constipation indigestion biliousness sick headache fcvei1slm ss etc Try VF I i It r Physicians Advise f the j r the I th c flatulence CllamFan Clltanhical Co iolefia ers d giirlutdOllie x- Q r t I r lAXATIVE UVER SYRUp f CtlM E lAND lElGrmL I TELORAPI co Z Long distance linos and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennesoco Mississippi acid Louisiana We can putyou in quic and satisfactory communication with thepeople of thi great section of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passoO E CAlDIJJt1L Itt lr8w j t GMts tr HUMS ncuJ fScfi i L LAND MtiY d D WEailtrClU k tt 4 I IIF- L v yi- v atip r 1 gWI IHE Independent Newspaper rDI1L1811Jm nT fCOIlD PRESS 4 r rrrrr ICORDI- KViV4MYfM1M1 44hhMuYVMV WVM1h bAu TNOnsuATS OWUN lute Proalfleut OmEN L KOAUK Secretary ORIEl I ROARK EDITOR Loaffplstanco Telephone No 72 Ofitai hi new nnnrx of store ground floor 50 EHTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS utworipUon tho paper iHjnaya in nilvnno and when the to whist It la Paid paper will bo stopped Cards of thanks obituary nollocH etc If not longer that ten win be A ef ftc Per lire will be fur HUCCCC d lug UHOM No of this rule to anyone Wee sample copies will be mailed AAvwtteemrnUi will be InNcrtml A wttt to fHrnihlied on re n Mi Address nit End mike nil re ttJlttancOB pnyaWo to IlKCORD l H BSS Ur ouvHl Ky THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1910 Entered at tho Orconvllle Ky poatofflce as secondclass matter Mu KOOSKVEITS tour ended last Sunday but the blaze along his route is still glowing Straight Talks to Crooked People reached a personal and direct stake at Chicago and although the Illinoisc metropolis appears corrupt and contented there was a righteous commotion raised and the balance of the coun try joins in the approval of the re buke administered to the corrupt Senator Lorimer Tine aeroplane has proven itself valuable in another way as a wire less telegram was last week sent to a land station from a machine sever al thousand feet in the air and many miles from the receiving sta tion This is one of the most able features in case of war as ob servations can be communicated once and even if the aeroplane is destroyed all needed information may have been secured before the airship is put out of commission GIESN H CURFISS flew from Euclide Beach near Cleveland to Cedar Point a distance of 70 miles without stopping The start was made at 106 Curtiss alighted at 24 The flight Curtiss Hudson River achievement jySSasb that alighting was diffi cult countercurrents and eddies numerous The return trip which was planned had to be postponed qn account of the high wind Cur tiss flew back on September 1st in the teeth of a high wind making the distance in x hour and 42 minut es ifnd outstripping express train and homing pigeons Bachelor Maid Now On the Lookout For a Desirable Husband JEdltorKiicouD Will you be kind enough to give me space in your paper to say a few things to the bachelors and un incumbered widowers of Greenville and the My object is to find a husband I am 39 years old have dark hair and eyes weigh 142 pounds was never sick in my life can do any kind of housework wash iron cook my own clothes mend and sew on buttons to beat the world and believe I could love and make happy some good man by making him a good wife I have had a few chances to get married but was rather shy of the proposers and turned them down Will say that I am not rich neither am I poor 1 have been led to adopt this plan to find a husband because I cannot Mr Single is doing by visiting all the churches and pub lie places I was tempted to address a note to him and would have done so but he was pointed out to me one Saturday afternoon in Green vide and after carefully scanning him was satisfied he was not the man I wanted for a husband not meaning anything derogatory to hfs character Hope he may be suc cessful Will say no man outside of this county need apply tor I have made up my mind no man outside of Muhlenberg would meet my requirements as a husband no matter what his qualifications Will say that any bachelor or wid ower as described who wishes to ad dress me may do so by letter di resting it as follows Lucindy Over taker care TilE RECORD ville Ky and 1 will be sure to get it and give careful consideration Very respectfully LUCINDA OVERTAJKER Roark has an immense stock of needles shuttles bobbins etc for till machines also oil bands rub bers and such supplies O rear 0 7 The price or tlu the fret made mt loft it e His o t t 1 to t is t W fn1g with chefs and o j It count t make Q I t doas U It tI u f I Y 1 t Jt Ii F vr rJ II ta r T j i r 2 u f a tie puce rate oard a 4 value 1 t 4 core Parable with ti a shoretringc ire and 1r j i a 7 M y A that t Mt r S Greens tas J 0 ta M iy Simon Kenton Simon Kenton is almost as great a figure in the romance of early and Ohio as is Daniel Boone Considered historically he held more important commands and more frequently led expeditions than did his famous friend and as sociateKenton was born in Virginia in 1 755 of very poor parents who were unable to give him even the rudi ments of an education When he was 1 6 he engaged in a fight lorthe affections of a fickle damsel who agreed to present her heart to the victor The contest went against him and presently he began to think no longer of winning the girl but of escaping with his life It occur red to him that if he could manage to entangle his adversarys lung hair in the bushes near by he He struggled into the brush his enemy following With a few quick turns he wound the others thick shock of long hair through the branches The advantage now lay with Kenton In his rage he beat his foe until at last he was over come with the fear that he had com mitted murder So he fled going beyond the Alleghenies ing his name to Simon Butler IK the new region he made friends with traders and hunters among them Simon Girty who in later years was for a long period the renegade commander of Indians against the whites At this time Girty was in the colonial military service and he and Kenton became fast friends In 1774 Kenton served as a spy during Lord Dunmores war the anterevolutionary campaign against the unfortunate and forbearing Min go Indian chief Logan Kenton showed great endurance courage during the campaign and it fell to his lot to save the life of Boone in one battle With the outbreak of the i evolu tion the Indians of the frontier in alliance with Britain and often un der British or tory officers like Simon Girty and his brothers George James and Thomas attack ed American settlers Kenton fought in this bush warfare for three years and then took part in the expedition assisting in the capture of Kaskaskia Shortly after his return while on a punitive horsestealing expedition against the Indians of the Chilli cothe settlement in Ohio he was captured by them The Indians were exceedingly angry and proceeded to torture captive He was forced to run the gantlet thirteen times and wasat last condemned to be burned alive Painting the victim black was a customary preliminary to burning Kenton had just been when Simon Girty arrived and demanded his release The In dians temporarily commuted his sentence and tying him upon the of a horse carried him one days journey Then they again made preparations to burn him in spite of Girtys protests This lime the generous and forgiving chief Logan saved him Logan persuaded a French trader to buy Kentons freedom and he was taken to British post at Detroit where he remained being well treat ed and receiving half wages for his work until in July a traders wife helped him escape Back through the hostile tribes of Ohio the most thickly settled In dian region north of Mexico he found his way to Kentucky where served against the British and Indian invaders as a captain of in fantry Learning after the revolution that thcraan he supposed he had killed was still alive Kenton returned to Virginia with the intention ot re maining but soon brought his fathers family back to Kentucky Thereafter he served as major of a Kentucky battalion in Waynes great expedition against tlie Ohio Indians and in 1805 he became brigadier general of Ohio militia serving in the war of 1812 He participated in the invasion of Canada and fought in the battle of the Thames After the war he was reduced to great poverty and required the aid of charitable neighbors The tracts of land which he had possessed were lost through the in vasion of settlers and his ignorance of the law He ought to have been a rich man instead of a pauper In 1824 he appeared in Frankfort Ky in tattered garments to peti tion the legislature to release the claims of the state against some mountain land owned by him His appearance excited ridicule but be ing recognized by Gov Fletcher he couldwin andchang U andsagacity f Jlniu their painted back he immense 1 JI a r Kentucky the was taken to the assembly chamber in the capitol and introduced to a large assemblage as next to Boone the greatest pioneer of the west His lands were released and a pen sion of 240 a year was secured for him from congress His later years were passed in Ohio which state rather than Ken tucky regards him as one of its fathers He died in 1836 in Logan county Ohio near the spot where fiftyeight years before he was about to be burned at the stake It has been discovered within the last month that the great monument erected over his supposed grave in Oakland cemetery Urbana Cham paign county Ohio really marks the last resting place of a contemp orary pioneer while the body of the famous Indian fighter lies in an unmarked grave in an adjoining county A NEW LOdllNYAR O T Roosevelt linn come back to the Wetit Of all the Rough osiers Mu luck wnn the best lie rode from Dakolah to San Juan Hilt And be found him the Spaniards he wanted to kill Shout Inp Into em Teddy An into cm plump And the men of Rranada Went down In a lump He rested his broncho and fed him hi till And then he rode northward for Capitol lint He wannt expecting or unking a tiling lint he valiantly charged the political Crying Into cui Teddy AH hard H yon eau And the poor politician Went down to n man He watered his pinto and fell him some And then he remounted and hunted for fronts He found him some people who dldiit agree With nil of his notions and gave a vhoop pce Yelling Into em Teddy An Into Vip hot Cud he knocked them nil tutu The pltlouiless bot He hobbled his charge and gave him Home grass And then he went after bomcone in his clans He put up a lion with blood in Us eye And he clapped on the spurs with a terrible cry Saying Into Im Teddy An Into him An he cloyed with the lion And bit him In two He breathed his good muutaMg anti looked him around lint further adventure was not to be found So he pulled up trousers and pulled down huts vest Aud slowly rode back to his oldentime Shouting Hack to cm Teddy An back to cm proud And they gathered about him And solmnly bowel He rode In his saddle and rode on hln licnd Awl he put nil the bjdi And lie halted before them distending ills chest Saying Three cheers for Teddy The pride of the Went And they took a great pleasure In doing the rest McAuvxs St Louis FostDlspatch No 4350 REPORT OF CONDITION OF TIlE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Greenville in the State of Kentucky at the close of business Sept 1 1510 RESOURCES Loans and discounts S1000ii12 Overdrafts secured and uns 188157 U S Bonds to secure eirctn 3000000 Premiums on U S Bonds 54315 ponds securities etc 7 i4U82 Banking house fur and flit 11 14750 Other lent estate owned Due from National Hanks not reserve agents Due from State and lrivato Hanks fc Hankers Trust Cos and Savings Hanks 4309VI Due from approved res U3 f 5r Checks and items 168727 Notes of other National hunks 280000 Fractional paper currency nickels cents 23304 Lawful Money Reserve in Hunk viz 2J00OQ Legaltender notes 100000 33l tfOOO Redemption fund with U R Treasurer 5 per cent cir culation 150000 TOTAL 9101103101 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 3000000 Surplus fund 1500000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 114131 Nat1 Hank notes outstandg flue to other National Hanks 20085 Due to State anti Private hunks anti Hankers 3300 Due to approved res agts unpaid 3000 Indl sub to check 23770071 Time certificates of deposit 12227CiiQ Checks Cashiers checks outstanding 10100 Total 543002191 State of Kentuekr County of Muhlcnborg ss J John T Jr Cashier of the above 1 Win oil bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Join T I I I ring his t l CLAn C ants truce Vest tenderfeet ttt lcr tin W lUrsons Jr Cashier w A wicKtirrx C K MAUTIX E J PriiTKAit Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me this Cth day of Sept hula J I1 CHATHAM Notary Public My commiKslon expires lUll M 101 1 WANTED Cosmopolitan Magazine requires the services of a represent ative in Greenville and Muhlenberg county to look after subscription re newals and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with references II C Campbell Cos mopolitan Magazine 1789 New City 1521 Orders for cut flowers will receive the prompt attention of Miss Lena Arnold I a w po Broadway fork CITY ORDINANCES An Ordinance to improve a portion- of the pavements on the west side of College street in the city of Greenville Ky The City Council of the city of Greenville do ordain as follows Sec i That concrete pavements be made and constructed on the west side of College street in the city of Greenville Ky in front of the lots owned by the following per sons and for the following distances towit Beginning at Trowbridge street C S Curd 163 feet L P Moore 171 ft feet B F Green 8 1 feet J M Wells 181 feet Timothy Drake 81 feet Jep Allen 120 feet J L Belcher 121 feet J M Wells 155 feet toCollcgc St Sec 2 Said pavements shall be the property line of each of the above named persons and shall be made in accordance with the ordinances of the City of Greenville approved on the 4th of November 1907 and on the 4th of January 1909 and relating to the renewal and con struction of pavements in the City of Greenville and said pavements shall be ft wide and said work of construction shall be done at the cqsts of the owners of the ground fronting said improvements as is provided by law Sec 3 Said pavement shall be made of good and substantial con crete done in a workmanlike shall be 4 ty feet wide the dimensions material and in the manner provided by the approved Nov 4th 1907 and Jan 4th 1909 as aforesaid Sec 4 The owners of the lots mentioned herein shall be given thirty 30 days from the publica tion of this ordinance in THE REC ORD in which to do this work In the event of their failing so to do the contract for said paving will be after the publication of one ad vertisement in THE RECORD let to the lowest and best bidder as is provided by law 6 1910 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L ROARK Clerk constructedalong andconstructed 4 manner andof ordinance ApprovedSept f 4 Ordinance to improve a portion of the pavements on the East and West titles of Cherry Street In the City of Greenville The City Council of the City of Greenville do ordain as follows That concrete pavements be made and constructed on the East and West sides of Cherry Street in the City of Greenville in front of the lots owned by the following persons and for the following distances towit On the East side beginning at Ilopkinsville Street Trustees of the Presbyterian Church 138 feet Mrs Mattie Bearden and Miss Sallie Roark 124 feet On the West side C E Martin Executor of R Martins Estate 65 feet to Campbell Street Said pavements shall be constructed in accordance with the ordinances of the City of Greenville approved Nov 4 1907 and Jan 4 1909 and relating to the renewal and construction of in the City of Greenville and the work of constructing same shall be done at the costs of the owners of the ground fronting said improve ments as is provided by law Sec 2 Said pavements shall be constructed of good and substantial concrete done in a workmanlike manner shall be 6 feet wide and of the dimensions material and in the manner provided by the laws and ordinances aforesaid Sec 3 The owners of the lots be given 30 days from the publication of this ordi nance in THK RECORD in which to do this work In the of their failure so to do the contract for such paving will be after the pub lication of one advertisement in THE RECORD let to the lowest and best bidder as provided Adopted Sept 6 1910 J W LAM Mayor ORIEN L ROARK Clerk Special Sates her ike Illinois Central Railroad Company Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept r2i7 1910 sale date Sept 10 to 17 including limit for return Sept 19 1910 Fare for round trip 420 children under la years 210 Sec the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks IAn aforesaidshall Event by law pavements J The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Yew 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG RAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR X- 3OOOO 3n Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT States lemreM ExhftHri DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATXCLLO AND HIS BAND Free Attractltfls UjfcnUU MUway EXHIIITATTWilOOST WE Will FURNISH AMUSEMENT WSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAOROAD RATES Or further InfcmttiM writ I W NEWMAN Secretary 32ft PMri jMMflWi r T y EIGHTHANNUAL NEII ys GROW LOUISVILLE BlAKWIll ROARK GENERAL INSURANCE We the Dome Insur ance o of N Y E 3 SEPTEMBER 12 13 14 10 16 17 Hit writes ill kinds of firm and city property t= FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BLACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY u u I 1 JhT JUi 1V 1 1 0 4 MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Greenville Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Sinking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier II FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan E Martin R T Martin E J Puryear C M T Reynolds Jr x The standing and responsibility the men who constitute our Board of Directors arc a of careful judicious management KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lic that our stocks of goods in all depart ments are larger and better selected than ever in our history We carry a varied line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and can supply most of the wants of the people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections are especially strong In all departments prices will be found the lowest and your visits will be highly appreciated I Undertaking JK We have just added an Undertaking Department to our j business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins W X kets Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse y M in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt ljJM and careful attention any hour day or night M Telephones Store No I Ho R or Ho 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO fM DEPOY KENTUCKY il A New Newspaper- A New Newspaper the Edited and published by R O Pace at Greenville made its appearance APRIL 1 1Q1O SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print all the home news 1 Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social moral educational indus trial and Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar per it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the supervise ion of Mr E E Reno one of the most obliging and practical printers in the state He will be glad to see his and to serve them when needing anything in the job line operated by Your patronage solicited Our prices are right Sates faction guaranteed f c 7IIftt y ift lf J J K I we C Martinno r guarantee to a a ar SiiJ ss J w 1M SHANNON im DEPOY m W m Wi iim rlff it Hardware Tinware ili J fit lemcnts and sum stockS tot b- j im i O tW m f W J JJ Night tt1M J w E EEE x1 E EEeE EeEE M1 f I t X politicalwelfare allof yearandworth LI oldcustomers Allmachinery J A l J 1IV O P 4 M r ti T x l p I- e lit The BRIDGES ittttti e tltltiits ttl ll i t li i 2 a t 1aJ ha hl t it In Gr epics Taro m eels our e a t 1 w Departments t 1 1 CDs 1 I EEi MUIILNBLR SFNTINFL t1 a N R E tr electricityag aI 1 1 i 1 4i4 i 1 tj R R lOCAL CARD f a n- 1c TIM XOIITII BOUND NO 153 Louisville Exprena M25am 103 Cincinnati 151 pin 101 LouUvlll Limited 4OS nm 136 Central City accoiri 715 jmi- SOUTU BOUND NO Pailnoahnmt Cntro acootn 515 am 121 Kulloii jUcoinintxlixtlon 1240pm 101 New Orleans Speelal 340 im ICON O Spec Louisville pa sr only I June 5 1010 V GCllAWroilD Agt THE GARDEN OF REST V WILLIAM KLLKUY William Kllerv Clinnnliii burn In UoMon Jjme 10 ISIS XVIIH tin nephew of the folHirtitott William K CliiniiliiK the lnitnrlnii mlnUter hUaiiIhr iUt Hint reformer The author of thin IM OIII lii known to hU dry fur hU literary work The Htrlkltitf frnture nUml tide U that while sulijett Is the o ineterj ottn coming ivlileh mi doleful Kong have iMtni Mintr U rather cheer and from the ilnc of the dead firing it intsHan of life nml units to kliullluemi and helnfulnrns No ablnv RliMim nor lurk cathedral NtooN No winding tonhe ulul the ml lnlhl tilr Here the green plueN delight the atipeit lroo Along the imxlext pathways ami those fair r le astern of the hennon m r jul their plume Around thou OeM til ganlrn f fr tombs And shall thou pause to hear some funeral bell Slow Mealing oer thy heart In thUonlm e Not with n throb of polo a fevorinh nut In Its klml and Kupplleating graee It says Go pilgrim on thy inarch be more Friend to the thou want L nrn from the loved ones crenlty Tomorrow that soft bull for thee HhnU Hound And thou rc oc beneath the whlperlng treV One tribute more to tills Mubml ive ground Prison thy soul from malice bar out pride Xor those pate nor thin Mill Held deride Rather to those assent of being turn Where n neerbetting Illuincx the year Etcrunl nUll the lnee sant watch burn Of uiiHpeut liollnens and goodness dent Forget innntt littleness the bent Oats merry In thy thought nUll life confeM Have you been to the fair See statement of First National Bank in this issue Mr Simon Miller is a visitor at the State Fair for two days Greenville is being well represent ed at the State Fair this week Get potted plants and cut Mower from Miss Lena Arnold Mr Cam Howard was in a few days the first of the week Mr John T Reynolds Jr was in Louisville on business a few days this week attending the Kentucky See our clubbing offer limited to November i Mr Martin Morgan has been here from Murphysboro Ills attending to some business affairs Mr E L Yonts Jr was here from Paducah a few days this week with his parents and friends Mr T B Pannell was in and Lexington on business a few days the latter part of the week Call on Leslie Hale next to First National Bank for candies books cigars tobacco etc f3 Mr Buren Martin was in Louis vine at the State Fair and attending to some business matters a few days this week Mr and Mrs J D Middelton of Shelbyvillc were here on a short visit to the family of Mr P W Middelton the first of the week Get 475 worth of reading forvi 75 See special club of fer A new of Mr and Mrs Carr ONell died at their home at on the night of the 7th inst and was buried last Thursday Mr Geo T Anderson is attend the annual meeting of the Y M C A state secretaries at Anchorage this He is accompanied by his wife Hot and cold baths day and night Sunday until 1030 a m at Sam Ree Martins barber shop Louisville and the State Fair have gotten many visitors from here and other points in the county this week and more will attend these last three days Mr MarA irt Wells who for sonic years bas been with the drug firm of Jarvis Williams wilt leave the first of the week for Louisville where he will enter the Louisville College of Pharmacy to complete his pharmacy course This is leap year but our bachelor Maid is progressive and claims year is as good as another in which to hunt a husband when a woman wants one she says in this paper I I lea 1to1 1 rnA I n of hero rest of flowers till II o deserve Loipo I Louis- vIlle Gim ro Louisville 1 J of born son Hills f to TIng week D many II r I c I Readwhat ti J I ill f rat 4 lout Its Dory K our plays knells frlendleus that t r a a tires I u a 4 ken i sundries mater r 4 A e r and M A x r 7 nat 4 any r t 4- J i K THE RECORD Soc per year Mr Wm H Reynolds continues to improve slightly he is at pres ent at Dawson Springs Pea hay is being cut and this has gotten to be a large item in this county The crop is good this year Mrs G D Monarch and Miss Lula Riley of Owensboro have been here on a visit to Mrs T J Slaton Typewriter ribbons all machines at Roarks The attendance at the State Fair is breaking all records and Muhlcn berg is certainly supplying its full quota of the increase t The first religious service of the Y M C A held last Sunday after noon was largely attended and the address of Rev O A Barbce was enjoyed all Mr Robert B Bandy who has been a sufferer for some weeks from typhoid fever is recovering and will soon be out again it is his friends Now it is the bachelor maid who is seeking Read what she says way of intro duction in this issue and if you can qualify put in your plea Needles for alt sewing machines at Roarks Mrs Geo Hcrndon was rather seriously burned at her home here last Sunday afternoon from an un ruly gasoline stove but she is get ting along nicely and will re The lid which has been clamped down as tight as a drumhead was slightly sprung last Sunday by a few insurgents It will be ascertained in a trial today if any offense has been committed and if so how much The Central City Furniture Undertaking business has been bought by Mr T H Jennings of Zion a practical man Mr Jennings that he will dispose of his Central City purchase or move it Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Dr and Mrs T J Slaton are in Louisville attending the State Fair The Doctor is a delegate to the Good Roads convention that will be held today and there is not a mqre enthusiastic delegate in siren dance Rev F E Lewis will be the con ductor of the Y M C A mens and boys meeting at 3 oclock Sun day afternoon the subject being The Boyhood of Jesus AH men and boys are urged to attend this meeting whether members or not Judge J J Rice is in Louisville attending the State Fair and parti cularly interested in the Good Roads work that is receiving such signal recognition by the Fair management which has set apart today for the purpose of boosting this important work in the State FOUND On Main street Tuesday a lap robe Can be obtained by de scribing property Callat this office Cook son of Mr J K Hayes last week killeda blue heron in the pasture of Mr J F Rice in the east end of town He made a re markablc shot on the wing with a rifle arid is congratulated on his Mr Kinsella of Linton Ind is spending days here with relatives and friends lIe is bottom boss in one of the large coal mines near Linton and says that this has been the best summers work ever known in that territory the mines working every day tically and orders being heavy Late reports from Mr C W Roark who is in Norton Infirmary in Louisville recovering from operation for hernia indicate highly satisfactory condition but his doctor thinks it will be necessary for him to remain for about a week longer so that there will be no pus sibility of any sort of trouble aris ing Roark has Rockwell corner dust shield one of the neatest and most practical items on the market b hoped- b man matrimonialalliance b cover 1 llitmla being marksmanship John H pra J soon itrbuin tn rl bin some wr0 4 d rd e ana COMPROMISED FOR 20000 Eortyseven Personal Injury Claims Against the Elk Valley Coal Min ing Co Compromised for a Lump Sum of 2IM Orders were taken in Circuit Court last Saturday settling forty seven damage suits which were brought against the Elk Valley Coal Company and others These suits were brought as a result of the Browdcr mine explosion which on February i and in which thirtyfour men lost their lives and several others were seriously injured The amount involved in the is Saoyooo and half ot it was paid at once Negotiations of settlement have been in progress for some time between the law firm of Howard Gray Yost laffoon representing a majority of the and the firm of Taylor Eaves representing the amount of the obligations outstanding against the company and the refusal of the indemnity company in which it was insured to contribute the settlement is con sidered a good one and the attor neys representing both sides of the controversy are being congratulated on such a settlement torneys representing parties to the litigation from other towns were present This is the largest personal injury claim ever paid here but is the lowest average also ever known in the City Stock Law Upheld Hon W P Sandidge in a dici sion rendered last Friday upheld the city ordinance forbidding the running at large of stock A suit had been brought some parties living outside the city who had been fined tor allowing cows and horses to run at large the citys streets attacking the validity of the law as to nonresidents but the Judge held that such an offense was the same as if the parties lived in town declaring that the city could protect itself against stock from without as well as within its borders The case will be to the court of appeals for final set MflWeabergs Roads Public roads arc being given all the attention possible under the limited funds for that purpose There is growing favor of a special road tax and it would be the best profitable thing that could be done if a road tax of i on the 100 worth ot property would be Every dollar thus expended would pay a dividend of several fold Muhlenbcrg roads are the most serious hindrance to our greater progress Nothing enhances land values like good roads but as a rule the people on the land arc the very last to favor a special and adequate taxation for the purpose of building and maintaining highways As a matter of fact it is possible to tax ourselves rich in the building of perfect highways w Oir First Autenefeile Agency Messrs L W Irvin Son have secured the local agency for the Studebaker line of automobiles and are fortunate as this is one ot the best lines of motor vehicles on the market Included in the line is the celebrated K MF cars one of tho most talked of cars in the field There arc some live prospects here aborts and it is likely we shall soon 191 r models in use here See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Roarks City Lists Being Takes Mr San1 J Lands the city rise sor is making his visits taking the poll and property lists for next years taxes His has been rapid and he will give his whole time to the work it is completed Mr Walter C Martin of New York City and Mr Albert Martin of Louisville were here jr few days during the week visiting relatives and mingling with old friends Both are in the automobile business in their home cities and arc doing their share in development of this important industry having much enthusiasm over its outlook Mrs John A Williams is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever and is in serious condition Her T Pendletpn is expect ed here today Mrs Pendleton has been in Europe some weeks in New York the first of the week t yA t t occurred settlement thc defendant Considering Severalat count b on carrIed andmost general sonic toour people progress until the daughter Mrs J landing v r J k C claimants Limes voted have GREENVILLE Some of the Things We Have and Some We Need NVID JIAV1S No Public Debt Low Tax Rate 100 Special Inducements for Factories Baker and Confectioner Factory for Coal Machine Bits 1647 Population New 100000 Court House Fine Public High School System with new 25000 Building Ice Water Light and Power Plant Three Banks Two Newspapers and Job Plants Five Tobacco Factories Three Planing Mills One Flouring Mill Five Clothing Stores Two Drug Stores One Hotel Twentyfive Merchants Four Barber Shops 12500 Y M C A Building v No Saloons k f Four Churches for Whites Two Churches for Colored One Meat Market One Shoe Repair Shop Two Livery Stables Three Dentists One Watchmaker Ten Doctors Seventeen Lawyers Seven Insurance Agents One Brick Plant Two Concrete Concerns Several Large Coal Mines near One Jail One Lockup More miles of concrete pavement than any town of like size in State Two Undertakers Three Licensed Embalmers One Marble Monument Works Two Blacksmith Shops No Empty Residences or Business Houses Too Many Loafers One Tailor and Repair Shop One Opera House One Telephone System One Telegraph System Four Lodge Halls A Stock Law Efficient Fire Department WJB NEED Hospital and Sanitarium Public Dressmaking Establishment Sanitary Sewerage System Electric Interurban Line Laundry Bottling Plant DairyFlorist Truckmen and Gardeners More Modern Homes Drayman and Light Delivery Service o V Better Streets Additional Boarding Houses C Public Park Lake and Baths More Workmen oil lines Extension of Water Service 1 H Music Store Uptodate Restaurant Factories for Light Manufacturing More Automobiles More Tree Planters Arboriculturist and Landscape Gardener Public Library Kindergarten School Hitching Rack and Wagon YurH Storage and Warehouse Band and Orchestra Popular Lyceum Course v Trained Nurse Machine Shop and Foundry Stoneware Tile and Pipe Works More Weed Pullers Modern Apartment Building Powderly The school at this place is nicely Mrs Arnold is visiting friends at Rockport this week Mrs Minnie Herrington and arc visiting relatives here Miss Victoria Clemons spent a few days in Princeton last week Mr Ed Jernigan visited his sister Mrs Fuller at Broadway last week Mrs Claudia Ramsey from City was the guest of Mrs Keys SundayMrs Amelia Waters has returned from an extended visit to her sister in Texas The attendance at the protracted meeting conducted by Bro Casebier is very large Mrs Heltsley from Depoy spent Sunday with her son Mr John Heltsley and family Miss Ulna Ferrell of Central City has returned from Mississippi and is now visiting friends here Miss Minnie Dunn and mother arc in Louisville this week where they will attend the State Fair Misses Bessie Longest and Stella Glover and Mr Jim Baker spent Sunday evening at Dawson Springs Mr arid Mrs J N Clemons went to Hopkinsvillc Sunday where they will spend a few days with relatives Mr Tom Arnold and wife from Marrissa Ills are the guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs F Arnold School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie Hale and school supplies of all kinds also f i tf- J 75c pr t I J Cry Hall 1 progressing children Central t w 1 T t t F 3- fa BOTH ARE KILLED W II Coursey Marshal at White Plains aid Tom Harks Wanted on a Warrant Engage in a Fatal Pistol Duel BOTH THE PARTICIPANTS ARE DEAD One of the most shocking pistol duels that has occurred in this in a long while took place on the street at White Plains about 10 oclock Monday night and both participants arc dead Mr W H Coursey of this place and who was formerly deputy marshal here had been serving as marshal at White Plains for about three weeks Mon day night a warrant was placed in his hands sworn out against Tom Hanks who was charged with and abusing some man that afternoon The warrant was carried to a tent where a revival service was being held and Mr Coursey until after service was over when in company with Mr Walter Crick the former marshal he went in search of Hanks whom he soon found and told of the war rant which he held in his hand Hanks made no response but pulled an automatic pistol and began Coursey pulled his revolver and began to protect himself Fif teen shots were fired and Hanks was prostrate on the ground when the shooting was over Mr Coursey started to his boarding house still in company with Crick but began to stagger which was the first in timation that Crick had that the officer had been shot Coursey never mentioning the fact With slight Coursey walked on to the Chouse and a doctor was soon at his side Examination showed that only one shot had struck the officer but it made a dangerous wound passing through the chest near the heart Every effort at relief was made but death came at 7 oclock Tuesday morning the patient re maining conscious until about three hours before death He realized that he would not recover told the fricnds surrounding him that he died attempting to uphold the law pressed the wish that he might re cover as he had no ill feeling to ward him The hotly of Mr Coursey as brought to his home here accom panied by his wife who had been summoned and him before death Hundreds of friends and relatives visited the home where the body lay until yesterday afternoon when it was carried to a service was held at 3 oclock and interment made in the cemetery there His wife and children have the sympathy of in their shocking bereave ment Deceased was a brave man and died in the discharge of his dutyTom Hanks was wounded lour times out of the six shots fired at him by Coursey and he died at n oclock Tuesday morning Hanks was well known here having worked in the coal mines at Luzerne ago He was considered a bully but had never before been in serious trouble and his wild act is attributed to whisky us he is saul to have been drinking at the time The terrible affair has caused the widest regret in both counties Green Cobb Found Dead On Highway The body of Mr Green Cobb was found on the public road near Mer cer early Tuesday morning death having taken place some hours be fore as the body was cold and stiff Cobb was returning from Central it is said he had been on a and was drunk when he started home He was a well known character and was generally liked but had the unfortunate drink habit He was a blacksmith by trade and was a fine mechanic but rarely held a job long at a time being of a roving naturc Good Skowiig for Y N C A Prom Young Mens Christian As sociation Year of North for ending May i 1910 2017 Associations 496591 Members 52277 in educational classes mostly men and boys who work and attend night school 98461 men and boys in bible classes 55904 religious meetings held with p total attendance of 6017000 38000 visits to sick and injured Results 6445 men and boys converted and joined the church 1 section remained talc shooting assistance andchildren Friendshipwhere everyone sometime Citywhere spree America w QLI49 cursing Y reached Book year NOTICE to tfe CITIZENS of GREENVILLE At a meeting of the Directors of The Greenville Light and Water Co held after the annual tweeting of the Stockhold ers on Sept 5 1910 the following motion was made and carried unanimously by the eight Directors present That the price charged per thousand gallons for water in the city of Greenville be raised from 25c per thousand gallons to 40c per thousand gallons and that the manufacturing rate be raised from 15c per thousand gallons to 20c per thousand gallons the minimum charge of 100 per month to remain the same but to cover only two thousand five hundred gallons of water This change to go into effect on Oct 1 1910 The board of Directors wish to set forth to the citizens of Greenville the reason for this action The Company has in vested at the present time in the Water Works the sum of 2160088 from which it derived an income during the last year of 224414 this being less than one half of the annual income from the Light plant or the Ice plant each of which represent a smaller investment than the Water plant There is a considerable portion of the city which does not have the water service and the citizens residing there are justly calling for water mains Considering this fact together with the fact that the income from the Water plant does not pay the oper ating expenses the Board of Directors decided that the only action they could take which would be fair to the citizens and the Stockholders would be to raise the rate charged for water The Board trusts that the consumers effected by this raise will understand the reason for this action Board of Directors G L W Co J A GILMAN Secty 1A rF 4 Q 0 74f IJ A fF ji t0f ftJ rr r If t4 f i D i Ii r r r e ds j t r r r l SAFETY FOR MINERS Experts from National Bureau if Mires Lecture to Mwkleikrg Miners Congressman R Y Thomas Jr has secured the services of Professor John J Rutledge of the Bureau of Mines Washington D C and Dr M J Shields of the Red Cross to lecture to the miners in this county Mr Rutledge will Mine Apparatus and Safety in Mines and Dr Shields on How to Render First Aid to the Injured They will lecture at the following times and places Central City September 19 Graham 20 Clenton i Nelson Vaat Drakesboro These lecturers will be given at night about 7 or 730 oclock They ore for the benefit of the miners and It is requested that there be a full attendance at each speaking Esq NcCrackea Ifoaored By Comrades Esq H C McCracken is being congratulated on the honor upon him last week by the Jim Jackson Association composed of old veterans in annual meeting at Madisonville Mr unanimously chosen Commander and of is gratified at this signal recognition It is possible that the Association will meet here next year Praises Our Light Service Judge Henry C Hazlewood of London Ky is in court here this week Judge Hazlewood is a mem ber of the board of Trustees in the city of London and was very impressed with our street light ing system here He seemed that some of our lights were as much as six feet apart and that the street was well lighted between lamps Judge Hazlewood arrived in Greenville on the early morning train and walked up from the station while the lights on He was also favorably impressed with our low rate for arc lights as compared with the rate charged in London In London the city pays 52 per year for a 1200 candle power arc light as against our price of 65 per year for a 2000 candle power arc lamp The arc lights in London arc on the moonlight sche dule but the company there holds the city to the letter of the law If it is a dark rainy night and the calander says there is a moon the lights are not burning The inforce ment of this rule to the letter is a great inconvenience to the citizens as there are times during every month that the streets arc dark Our have never been operated on such a close basis al though the company has the legal right to turn off the lights when there is a moon even if the night is dark Judge Hazlewood says the citizens of London would appreciate the street lighting service ye have here Big bunches of fall and winter merchandise are new being received by our merchants to J Society lecture- on u II 2 I i 1 conferred McCracken was course I favorably surprised hundred streetlights Greet t were s t r e CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court is moving along at a gait the docket being main tained fairly well and the grand jury is very busy but the results being obtained are of course un known It was thought its work would have been completed by evening The docket was cleared last week and ordinary cases arc now engaging the courts attention Geo M Shropshire obtained judgment of 345 against the Holt Coal Co for personal injuries The Gibraltar Coal Mining Co won in the case against it for person al injuries to W D Wilcox W E Glenn the Crescent Coal Co for personal injuries but lost Oscar Southall colored The I C R R Co confessed to blocking a crossing and was fined 75 Chats KnicH chard tilth steal ing toro ft cqBnte Victor Garrat5on convicted f carrying concealed a deadly weapon and was fined 25 and given ten days in jail Dennis Alexander brother of the roan who was hanged here was ac quitted of a charge of murder Lee Carroll charged with murder ing a negro was acquitted Joe Woodruff confessed to a fine ot 50 each in three cases of furnish ing liquor to a miner Predicts Great Dewfepteit in C0Mnty A former citizen of Greenville who travels the whole state as well as other states was last week talking to the editor and a few friends and his talk was largely along the lines of developement of and Muhlenberg county On each suc ceeding visit he is impressed with this rapid and general improvements and he declared You can take it from me that in ton years Muhlen berg county will be the best south of Jefferson My prediction is not my natural interest in the matter alone as much as that may be in my home county but is the sure developement that is bound to come You already arc in the front rank in coal produc tion which is a great field of wealth and labor employment and this will be trebled in ten years then your farmers in all sections are adding greatly to the worth of the county lands are being improved worn out farms are being reclaimed new areas being brought under cul tivation stock and cattle are receiv ing careful attention and all along the line in both agricultural and commercial ways Muhlenberg is jumping and only a few more jumps will land you where I have predict ed School boys who lo not like school know what tho poet meant when he said the melancholy days have come Jlingling Bros circus will be in Hopkinsville on Saturday October The season is drawing to a close and we have not had a tireus in the county this year This hiynfcrt do urrei in many t I stead sued 4f h 4t L tfoundedon basedon and II 0 s yesterday criminalS W t ti was facd y r t 4j i r s xa 4 GrLicar ill r yF a t s F J c Mt many ears 10ARK Furniture WaJlp per Shades Moldings riTw Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes pew Slippers Vaults ROARK 0 f iff F t II 0 n C Jr f i 1 i17 tYaNY ft st 1 a qt ryF a ray rave xsin ec iont T Points for Mothers i Where there nro children mothers stocking bnakot la very rare Jy empty It to amazing how small toes and heels resent being covered and how quickly they work their way Into tho outer world A greet dunl of time and trouble IB moat and the lives of the Ktocklugs doubled if the toes and heels run with mending silk or oven viih cotton before they are worn will not shrink as mending wool tit vs gad it I not nearly so bulky Washing too has n great deal to do with the wnr of stockings They simuM tlrst of all be well shaken In i ri r to remove any dust nod then K ikeil fur fifteen minutes in a lather t f warm wator anti soap to which n little ammonia has been added Next UKikc a fresh lather of soap and wa tT ard aqncose the stockings In this Itlnse in two lots of warm water dry nod press with a moderately hot Iron li f Te they are quite dry Never use B da for socks or stockings It In jures the color Hints About Dabics NVver bathe n body immediately aft er it has fell Two hours nt least hh sold before n bathe n child in fretful give It a little to drink Just ns often ns not It I simply thirsty A lump of ice ttel Irt n muslin bag ii soothe gums KWollcn front teuth Ir toil Is wot unie to mos tmbles Ill nature or nuRrj outbursts on the pint of i mother will uufnitluqly react ca the baby who will Miflfor from Ind- lPjtion colic nod ronoral frolfulnessI- KMI a child snuYrx front caraclic- pyrlnpo the ear with water ns hot ns tan bo borne every hour or 80 and keep n boa of hut suit over the bock of the onj Never drop hut oil or miy- Jcther bsttuco except water luto the cnr idle child very nod tiuttt Micse wmtrhot so frequent in t iji 2ilv tine to tonICS JtJtlfcjM preferably sleep on skies When sleeping on their backs the food is opt to rise lu their throats and choltc them Game For Children Dhl you ever make a pin organ It is groat fun anti so easy oven a very little child could make it with sotto help perhaps The pins ore just common plus Interspersed with a few noedles and orgsin Is Just a cigar Ilex Turn the box upside down anti mark a straight line down the center and drive In the plus remembering ul ways that the deeper they are driven iu the higher will be the note Small Mtch plus make good high notes while luCtlluK arc excellent for bass notes An older child with some Ingenuity can tune his organ to play real music elect a simple tune and drive each In until it corresponds to a note tsiu a small hammer nude push the up and down picking it with an other pin until it makes the right note Time IB regulated by placing tho pine of greator or lesser distance from each other mid i little experimenting will soon makb the task comparatively eay To play the organ use a stout wire hnlrpinFor Hard Knocs Swan folks who play hard will fall down and get hit mitt buiuped- Xo relieve the offBcts of a blow rub the injured part immediately with a little butter or olive oil it should bo npiHed ovary halt hour for an hour or two It Is curious how many people nc iutri bind eyes by walking carelessly r uml In the dark Since bruised eyes may cause serious trouble some precaution such an the following would be quite worth while When walking in the dark In unite nisUimed places always raise the arm to about the level of the nose anti keep it bent there to protect the face and chest Quilting For Hats Some very beautiful quillings for childrens can bo suc cessfully by hand than by machine They require a quantity of ribbon velvet or ribbon more of the latter because It IB lc heavy but the aim pIe mushroom shape wlll mean no fur thor expense for trimming Your Inch wide ribbon will work up well Into n snappy looking hat decoration when the two ends that depend from the burl after the quilling Is tacked to the bar are each passed through a jet or metal slide K A Soothing Oath A warm huth In which ji teaspoonful ct carbonate of soda has born dls foKod has a wonderful effect in quiet ing the ncrvotiK irritation of a teeth in or otbirwlw cross child in nine cases out ot tOil ho will go to steel almost ns as lip IB dried anti vako up as bright and nmlablp as one could desire A Wiso Precaution The careful mother always makes Boveral pairs of strings for lmbyB cap she hums at Uielr ends after their embroidered ace svorted j sin t I p t I J i at I Y 1 t i0 I When i j i J r uio 1 the loin pin I I I t i Z t J 4 II r Ia a These j I i r 1 i x tareiris 1 t 1 elapse stir e 1 warm i 1 should that i i i bats male muore z A s t P1 I rood c suds r- h r- 4ny Scrimping the salary given to h first class buttcrmakcr is like planting cheap seed corn at 1 a bushel unen first class seed could be secured for from 3 to 0 Wo have known of creamery companies losing thousands of dollars by Just such a policy as this wise and pound foolish kind A partition fence may prove a source of good will and nclghborlincss or enmity depending npon whether tho respective owners do or do not meet their obligations connected there with The same principle works out much the same with a number ot other matters of everyday life which might be named The one great advantage tint west ern states have over central null cast emu Is in the nearly Ideal conditions which prevail during the harvest of small grain anti forage crops Because of this it Is possible to leave small grain standing weeks after it is fit to cut and to take alfalfa from the stark as bright and green as the day it was made Whatever may bo the net result of the congressional Investigation Into the BalllngcrPlnchot affair so far as either man or the public welfare is concerned It Is nevertheless n fact that a good deal of Information Is be lug made public which Is not only In teresting but highly entertaining to the public mind of a type by the way which certain interested mining and Umber syndicates would quite likely a grunt dial rather have kept in the dark A very simple preventive of the con traction of diseases rhletly typhoid from an Impure water stipply lies in bringing to a bulling point all water which is used for drinking purposes or taken Into the mouth for the wash Ing of the teeth or gargling of the throat Such treatment of water will destroy any disease germs which it may contain Of course aucli lions will until but little If till family milk supply Is taken from rants which sire rinsed with cold water from the same foul well Whether In the ease of neighbors or members of the same limistMoM it holds that whin two people set out to see how mean they crap be they seem to succeed earl surpassing the other by a good lap every turn In the game to the Increasing wrath and dlscum Hurl of bulb parties concerned On the ortlWr liiiiul If the contest 14 one olio jinothrr In eat idoratltin null kind ness the results ore also cumulative being edifying rather thnn destructive nod contributing substantially to the cause of human happiness and decent living An inspection of the root system of a mature alfalfa plant enables one to realize at once that discing and har rowing a field well established for the purpose of killing out grass and weeds could not possibly destroy tit stand One alfalfa farmer whose case was reported to us the other diy went over such a lick with a spring tooth bar row then disked the piece nod follow ed this with several dragging which left the soil as mellow as would be required as a seed bed for small grain hardly any alfalfa crowns showing at the time t lie process of renovation war finished That it did not damage the field u bit wan shown In his getting the host alfalfa crops that season Unit he had had in years There would seem to be sunlit ex cuso for shoddy and indifferent In communities where land is worth from 50 to 100 and far less excuse for this type of management In fruit valleys where land Is priced nt from 500 to lf00 an acre yet not withstanding this just such fellows are too often run across and the query that naturally arises in the mind of tho newcomer from the sections of lower priced land Is what the owners of such abused and neglected can bo thinking ot The situation as indicated simply goes to show that whether in sections of low or high priced land It Is niter nil tho type of management rather than favorable or unfavorable climatic and soy condi tions that may prevail that is rcsponsl ble for the measure of success nchlev cd in the great majority of cases Tho excellent state experiment eta lions scattered over the country and maintained by taxes which come pu of the pockets of every property own cr are doing n most valuable work along the several lines to which they are giving attention but their useful ness be measurably Increased would agriculturists ami horticultur ists refer to the experts in charge tutu do matters on whlclj information would be valuable Igor instance most all of tho experiment stations will test anti report on impurities contained In grass seed will test stock foods the vitality of corn and other seeds will Identity the fun cons and luseet enemies of fruit trees as well as noxious weedy qnd give brief methods of eradication and an surer dozens of other questions that arise In everyday farm management experiment stations tire established for the use of the public and the more frequent the demands made upon them fur Information maul assistance the more fully do they perform their mission Vs penny nu could they the iI P season railway paw farming properties oftener w y y t r CherryBlossom Tim JAPANESE aivn GOOD BXAAIPLE It 13 a proverb cf Cherry Land tint a is tho 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