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UaIlWt Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates JUiX xnmm IIXIJllWI WII1rJX 1- y o s r- i 1 1 want engraved Take it to Roark and the work will be done quickl in best manner Give Miss Lena Arnold your laundry she represents Metcalfe of Hopkinsvllle one of the best plants in this state 7r n ijl fttT f t1 DR J W BARLOW Grown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices Oflice up stairs lu the Joncn Building GrecnVllle Ky DR T J SLATN PHyalcliin and Surgeon OfllCe Maincross Btrcel nenr Mnlnatreet Ib CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD GRAY LAWYERSOffice In Green Balldlnf opposite laHeafc Hold DR LOUELLA HEL1LEY OSTEOPATH Office East Maiivcross Street Tclopltono No 78 J E Bailey DBNTIMT i J y e s at Home Dentist Greenville office Central City office Jewelry Store White Patients Only J Telephone Connection Route Louisville and Chicago 1512ST LIXJi TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains tinUy FreflcMick aud West IJadca Springs LOUISVILLB DKAUU011N STATION CHICAGO and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers- E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4tl and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are 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 Linimenti- s all that is needed and it is cer tain to give quick relief Give it a trial and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain and soreness Price 25C large size soc Opera Bldg over Storers 1DIn f I J A Dining RheuInatiSill ill V AMMAM MMI MM I r III 1ETt EIN ECiRIC I AND ECHph ELntrR 1CIMUftt I 1C11 HIC a for t me you ljtaa fianIeatt Pub Co- G n uotoa Wass Is na aine LemIutelertr eitrtb- Cominskimreandlronlo use touIi simple thatMlolpkture Sam pie ory Gee It nsmet- bsa fir a year 1ka u ererytxxty AM UK 1C A llltlTO uFlivtrv tirt crtlklun cjii lor r i jnctfl Simple ivyf t tion llii rIcr American Photography 0 SU ikautlfdp4tlree tnt P1otottrnph7 mtrests rnL- Irlele nteIL bye et 1k con PPENORiOAy I We Ask You to take Cardui for your femalo troubles because wo aro sure It viil help you Remember that H this great female remedy t j Yi 4 4 1IfrtI illn I l I ji tka iirwti I Muhlenberg County 1- ig rich in coal iron timber potter s etc and the most inviting field in Ien tucky for investment of capital and pluck tltlY r y N clay D a t VOL XII NO 32 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCEk a The School Age With every year that passes more and more thought is being given to the subject of the physical care of children Attention is especially turning to that class of children whose parents are either too ignor ant or too careless to pay proper gard to their bodily welfare especially is the state growing to a sense of its duty in regard to the children in its schools The schools are no longer looked upon as dumps where children can be placed and kept without crimination as to age capacity or physical condition Parents as well as pcdagogists are growing more and more awakened to the absolute loss of time involved in sending little children to the public schools who have no right to be there A sick child has no place in the school at all a defective child has no place among children who are normal and all children below ten years of age are being treated with nothing short of cruelty when the full plement of hours is exacted from them There was never yet seen a normal child who was fitted to sit still in doors from nine oclock until four with a break of only one hour at noon Such an arrangement means in the winter no daylight playtime at all The child is kept at an tin natural tension when attension is de manded of him for hours at a stretch and study is made odious to him so that lessons become associated in his mind with all that is weari some and to be avoided Many a poor little boy plays tru ant iihd takes his punishment again and again He knows that retribu lion is inevitable and yet he faces it because although he could express it the of spending the long day at the school dcsjr is intoleiable lie is not a natural criminal he one under the system He is simply a natural healthy little boy able to attend to his teacher up to a certain point and then able no longer do what he or his teacher will If truancy and backwardness and inattention result from some physi cal defect such as imperfect eyes or deafness the case is even more cruel and natural mental development is a physical impossibility until the de fects are remedied Much good work has already been done in the direction of physical examination of defective children and much has also been done to remedy the partial or actual starva tioa which is the piteous state of so many children ol the poorer classes but much remains to be done and especially in the matter of the num ber of hours in school demanded of children under ten years of age Deal at home as much ac possible Build up your home town This will make you a better home market and enhance the value of your property FiiiteJ Paragraphs Pogs make good friends Dogs pan1 uifc- A lacy man has tP work hard to find an easy job He is a wise man who doesnt strive to know too much The man who says nothing doesnt have to swallow his words None of us comes within a stones throw of what we should Charity is seldom satisfactory The best way s not to need it An old bachelor would rather a green persimmon than kiss a baby Ever notice how much oftener you meet a man after he lets you owe him money It must be awfully monotonous for a woman to have a husband who er hurts her feelings When a married man mysteriously disappears people wonder whether he ran away with a woman or from one Owing to the high prices of the necessities of life many derving lionaires are compelled to subsist on the luxuries t t i ret r I 1 I j I I to i fI o C I t 1 I nOl alternativethat is potcnti l hl qsliW A1be I r j e nev- e Q milt to d J 1ai Ii If 1 i O It x k II disc 4 4 t a 1 ta n a corn- I i I z e r r not a trawl r i e e e e ee e e O s don ca r 6 M t 1s t Sentence Sermons- A false pleasure makes a true pain A truly good piece of work is a piece of good work Nothing enlarges the life like the heart go out to others The wise know better than to try live on the spice of life alone Many reformers would go out to shoot gophers with a brass band When a man seals up his head he is apt to think he is holding the fort Some sermons come near being demonstrations of eternal punish mentIts no use a church advertising the bible when it is dodging its bills Nothing chloroforms a church quicker than a minister dosed with dignityEvery church preaches louder by its square dealing thah by its high shoutingThe who finds fault with the decalog has usually barked his shins on it If you really are casting your bread on the waters you are not using it as bait Some men think they are because they try to look two ways at once It is no use preaching on the fatherhood of God so long as you do not like boys The world will always be to the churches that emphasize their differences should eat Quaker Oats at least twice a day JbMortcd ebtm la the goodly Sire Pottage Spedal Offer Until Nov 1 1910 we will be able to make the following very special low club rate Nome and Farm 1 year 51 Uncle Renis Migazlie 1 year N Geed Hoisekeefigg I year 15t LiMiSYillc Eveiiig rest daily 3 milks 125 TIE 1EC01D 1 year 5t Total 475 Send 175 to THE RECORD and get these publications for time specified This is a rare offer and is limited Act quickly Inral Tekptaes Mr Farmer Make home 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 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 can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TEL TEL Co Incorporated indifferent Schoolchildren VJ tl Club and- y r portion- t i always letting farsighted S i t I your a Have you a ring or other jewelry some cane umbrel la or other item that you silverware BUSINESS LOCALS Stair and room corners arc 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 firstclass 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 tower than anywhere and the selec tions are very complete now Miss Lena Arnold would appreci ate the favor of your laundry work and she represents the best plant in this territory M A Little Good Paint in Time Saves delay costs you money The sun lAin now aiwi in walk Liir rreo lot much to let it decay for went of A link paint It cods rj lo VK good In po vilh out it We we nothing but toed piwt MI our work Strictly WHITE LIAD rUt U l Oil Ttvnltno and inuit cipc iTt cnliM The lid of r ti Tfr nMVs pi okljrycio WeAL Wiri rjotoreit J H HAYES Painter and Interior Decorator Telephone No 254 Roark is specially prepared to do is subject to call anywhere 3FJR REVOLVING DC KALaiLLi KANSAS CRY MO Very Serious It Ie a very serious matter to ask Joe eoc medicine and have the wronc one gives you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine The of this old relia We medicine constipation ii and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other iMdicines It is better than others or i would be the fa varta liver Mwder a larger Mfe twin all pthera AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS It rrcrr ll frost CARTE r pit 1 A L ut tJ fAI tJ diiijbl dkJJoG I put It Q disinfectingand tiTst t IOJJ III tOWN Pa f i are stet int than it the i uren yuaKhn icA6 t l Ants es aa E srnallt I went roe Pact I G s- e a far with EQm NO 270 We ihlp all trout our C O D toCoRiiumcr subject to examination and HUof have one who deals us a nnd Satisfied Customer No effort is to each such excellent value in quality of material workmanship finifh owl cf vehicle a Lasting Advertisement and return If we you nn honestly made buggy and at a less the you will recommend our good to your Our Guarantee to our customers it would be to n dealer Ifgoodiinre nut an rrn resented your money Is returned to you You lkc no risk4 WcmnnufncturoIioncKt Vehicles and MVO our cuHlorncm money fill Paler Write for our Free iy and Harness Ontaloue SLOBS BUGGY ft HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Factor the srC31cst Importance to the Globe UftrnltlS Co to e 1 bring UI IDany ntrI Ur nl as t 1t I TWO INONE lice with pirated Barn 1Jf 6 i f attOtboJt CARDUI g has brought relief to thousands of Sher sick women so why not to I you For headache backache m periodical pains female weak many have said It Is the I best medicine to take Try li I 1 Sold in This City KJ tress rI r r r y COUGHS KING OF CURES h t THE WONDER WORKERI FOR THROATi FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave Our doctor pronounced my case incurable but thanks be to God four bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery cured me so completely that I all sound and well MRS EVA UNCAPHER Grovertown Ind C NEW DISCOVERY I amt rh f Pries 50c and 100 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY All Druggists II tI d t N BO irMler M then nrtfor Writ tar uUlcf ct IBM tar far pump II- TOiorafC8CoJ K n mr MMCjt7sca C H HOWARD CO WE BUY OOL BtiiiDukrs Wttf ht U i steals ammisifa MrckiiU- RefcrtKt aiy bask la LoBmilk We loraisk VWitfiFtee to oar sMpjer Wife br price list KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS D4AO Irrrd r tnaterio bt Inc on lb- asalet tor otelra nd Arden andt all HIDESANDFUR j fire era de K atbwb d M SASEL is SONS m lsa Leeisrilfe Ky- r WITH DR KINGS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Dr Kings New Discovery FOR OUCHS OLDS PBICE soo ioa Trial Beltlo Fret OB MONEY BEPUNDED NEW YORK CLIPPERI THE REA7E T THEATRICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Singly Copy 10 Cte ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB AND AND LUNG DOUBLES J Gl1AB N nED ltd ALL THROAT SATISFACTOR CO ALQERTJ BORIE JUIUQML rtHLlSHEUS 47 W asm ST Mav You Vhite Sewing Machines in rotary and vibrator needles shuttles etc in stock for all machines ROARKSSTORE I I ft ft f r BETTER MATTRESS FOR LESS Let us prove to you that the Stearns Foster Windsor grade Mattress is superior to any 1500 mattress advertised in the magazines You dont have to buy on faith We 11 show you the inside an important side to know of the very mattress you buy A MONEYS STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS WINDSOR GRADE Trial Bottle Free A positive guarantee of money back if not satisfactory on 60 nights trial Come in today Weve got all the good things at very reasonable prices f he J L 80ARK Estate 50 Per Better I have used less than one bottle of Cardui writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rushville Neb and am feeling fifty per cent better than when began taking it Before taking Cardui I had suffered with female trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was irregu larity I also suffered with severe pains every month but now I am greatly improved and will recommend dui to all my suffering friends n Cent tS t CarS Take j CARDUI The Vomans Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to found in other medicine These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority as a female medicine and tonic over any other medicine For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite wom ans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy to take so gentle so safe so reliable in its results and have faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped Try it today fMiilltnnniri AT tl nn Pn for anil 64pasc book Home Treatment ITT sent free lien you want Write to Ladies AdvIsory Dept Chattanooga Term r Special Instnrctions vomcn u r 1 II 11t I wee r 4ir the Iecorb H HAca fOl ARCOURT 2COloisisvile 1 iMoot io vrnt J 1 lyiANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS S r Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality the use of a goodlaxative to tarp the bowels open and prevent the potaons of untlfssstad food front getUnginto your system The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aronaUc taste Volvo acts cn the liver as well ns on the stomach and bowels and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion biliousness sick headache feverishness etc Try VF 1 or tt Ji PhysiciSltS Advise qt i if if w M F 5 colk v v VT Vvr pc J a j- t t FOR COLDS ti- f iv i AND LUNCS j LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP y t L tI i JUE RERDt11t ludtpl ndlut NcwspnpcrI rUlntdllEn Ttnntsulvs nT RECORD PRESS S H q J OwtU wren Irw4klont OmEN L llOAUK Secretary OKIBN L ROARK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 OWe la new nnnez rear of ktore ground floor TISRJttfcJ TIt s l acrlptlon price of the pnper I III l VAHc ntul whfn nIl HIHV nun I Card i r thank oltltuary notices etc If not tonIC Ui Hteu Burs i piibllalictl free A cki in of kv line will be for Hiioocod No variation of Pnso copies will bo mulled AHvorUapioenu will be kiaortod A rule card fW b fwriUaite on request AiMrMB and make nil re Dilt n cM pnynWc to UUCiiKl PKKS8- UreiHTllU Ky THURSDAY SCITOiBER 22 1910 Entered nt the GroouTtllo Ky i o toUcc ns I seoon JolaBfi mutter I lion CHANDLER should be called Boob as he has certainly made a juke of himself IK Uncle Sams only source of revenue was 1000000 for each illegal trust magnate sent to prison Uncle Sam would soon be in of PFTHOIT with 465766 people has stepped ahead of several cities and is now in ninth place Its im mense output of automobiles has doubtless pulled it to the front Ii may be the tauff or Cannon cr trusts or Ballinger or all or something else but the American people arc evidently resenting some thing from the returns of recent elections KGUVRS in an automobile carri cd away 50000 worth of jewels from a Newport residence while the occupants slept This is only a forerunner of what nay be accomp lished when the aeroplane has been perfected so that it willcRrry light freight CHICAGO is the second city in the United States and the fourth city in the world in population the census returns given out Saturday showing 2185238 an increase during the decade of 287 per cent This is gratifying but is the least gain in abipitl half as mucn as the preceding decade showed TUB National Bank of Spokane Washington has received the first consignment of washed bank notes The United States Treasury is still experimenting with devices intended to launder dirty banknotes before restoring then to circulation The 50000 in bills which has been by the Spokane National flank have been signed with ink consisting largely of carbolic acid TUB French Ministry of War has ordered ten military monoplanes and twenty biplanes for delivery withih the next three months This will give the French army an aerial Ito tilla of sixty by the end of the year Some aeroplanes are also required for 1911 These must be able to carry a weight of J6i pounds in a light of 186 miles at a minimum speed of 37 miles an hour A of 20000 for a machine ful filling these conditions is offered IN connection with annual meeting of the National Association of Users a cement show is to be held in New York December j lh to 2rd 1910 A similar ex bibition will be held in the Colise um Chicago February 1911 In view of the great strides which have been made in the ce ment industry particularly in the field of reinforced concrete these exhibitions should excite a wide in crest and if the exhibits represent careful and intelligent selection both enterprises will have a high educational value A PACT of particular interest which developed at the second Internation al Road Congress held this year at Brussels was the great extent to which stone block pavements are used in Europe on country roads In Belgium travel from Ant werp to Brussels over a continuous stone block pavement which has been laid not merely in the suburbs jut through coufltry districts that arc devoted entirely to agriculture he time is coming when the con struction G permanent roads will be regarded as injj is pen sable for the fu I development of ngrfcuUiiral tricts fend where the cost of mater ial is not prohibitive block pavement is certain to receive care lul consideration c J o 0 0 L Ii paid the paper will he rtapped will Inc rule to nno pie J All t r t j l j j 1 I J funds 1 I 1 i e JaJ i i I I the toW 17th to T C j P 1 J one a i 1 f 4 stone I I iJ JP Jo f a 1 SOtI expired 1riie1t made HIS this mt 1 l a t needs 0IA 4 i 4 n I t distributed premium Cement 23rd k v k b 4 can r J dist 1yt kt M c A LEDGER OF LONG AGO BY OTTO A ROTHERT r t or I 0 o e euee o roe e e Mr Harry Weir has in his an old ledger kept by his great grandfather the Old James Weir who was Greenvilles first merchant James Weir came to Muhlenberg county in 1798 and some time during the year 1800 be gan a general store in a log house west of and across the street from the corner of Main street and Court Place With the exception of this ledger nil the old books and that had accumulated in the Weir home during three or four and were not removed to Jacksonville Illinois in 1905 were destroyed by fire this spring This faded old book some interesting facts and figures pertain ing to the olden times Just as the tombstone inscriptions show when a man was born and when he died so these ledger briefly tell what some of the earlier settlers purchased and how much was paid for goods In itself this ledger of 1814 throws very little light on the subject of Muhlenbcrgs early days However it is more than a drop in the buck et for when considered in with local traditions and history it becomes an This book is about inches long 6 inches wide and 2 inches thick Altho its leather covers and its 500 pages show their age both are well preset vcd The is evidently by one Jacob Zimmerman The ledger contains the accounts of 320 people all of whom probably lived in Muh lcnbcrg at the time the transactions took place Most of the names are still represented in the county but many arc gone and forgotten The first entry is dated August 5 1813 and the last was made in August 1815 All prices and totals are in English pounds shillings and pence except the few conected with eastern houses the post office and the one pertaining to the sale of a slave which are in dollars and cents Today She value of a pound a little less than 500 a shilling 25 cents and a penny 2 cents How ever the calculations in this ledger indicate that at the time of these ac about 300 which made the shilling 15 cents and the penny a little more than i cent The figures here copied show the prices paid for goods The first column represents the number of pounds the second the shillings and the third the pence These items are taken at random and arc con fined to single purchases for when more than one article was bought the was transferred the day book and the total recorded in the ledger as merchandise or sundries Among the hundreds of single items are TO 4 lbs sugar 1 lb coffee yi lb Imperial tea 0 0 10 0 Millinery Stock NOW On Display I will have no formal opening of my selections of fall and winter Mil linery goods but the stock is here on display ready for your visits when It suits your convenience See the beautiful lines of wear street trimmed and pattern hats I will appreciate your inspec tion MRS M E MARTIN Mrs Sam Noffsinger died at her home near old Bethel church early Tuesday morning after an illness of some length from consumption Interment was at Bethel church that afternoon Deceased was an estim able woman well known and highly respected Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention Mr N M Elliott who has been here as stenographer with the law firm of Messrs Belcher Sparks left for his home in London Ky the first of the week called by the serious illness of his brother It is possible that Mr Rlljott re main much to the regret of a wide circle of friends here Muhlcnberg County Union A S of K will be held in Greenville at court house on Oct 6 7 1910 All locals in good standing should be this is the time to elect officers for next year also one board member for three year term J I7 poss Co Pres j Give us your job I w newspapers connection interestingrecord 16 remarkably penmanship goodand U sterling- is entry is S D 0 6 0 0 3 I andnow will representedas U jI Jf 1 I ft possession generations gives us entries 4 rrn from ready to S work 3 r 1 peek snit 0 4 1 1 loaf sugar I 0 7 tin corn 0 10 0 1 qt wine 0 t 0 1 pU whtslty 0 X gnl whiblty 1 rum 0 J 0 i lb nluiii 0 1 1 1 lust unlumul Oil1 bx nntibtllloui pills Q 1 0 1 bx Huh ointment 0 1 bottle It oil 0 I Ihs logwood 0 u i 1 twist tobacco 0 0 J 5 calico linnfiyds muslin 0 I 1 wool lint 0 1 10 0 I W 3 14 0 a yds country 11 nou 0 0 0 I yd crape a yds llannul 0 IS 0 1 paper pins 0 1 Hue pr soulrs 0 0 0 1 haiulUerohlof 0 t pr cotton cards 0 15 0 1 pr wool cards 0 1 UN 0 10 0 1 carving iculfc 0 1 penknife 1 mill saw 1 blade 0 10 4 0 15 0 1 door luck 0 1 lb nails 0 Ibridlobit 0 3 0 1 pt sadtllebags 1 0 n 1 line womans gadrilo 0 1 One mans sntldlo 4 4 0 1 pr shoes 0 U 0 1 hoots a 13 0 1 thimble I pr specks 00 0 1 gun look 1 13 0 1 dozen Hints 0 19 0 6 1 hymn book 0 J 0 1 cops fahlos 0 2 viols British pouts 0 11 1 bible 1 l 0 1 quire paper 0 i A large variety of items arc writ ten on the credit side of the various accounts Among arc BY Cash in full Settlement full Your note Goods returned Cash and pork One gang of hogs Bacon hams loin lard Soap sold at Orleans 17 bushels oats 550 lbs pork 3 pr yarn socks nuy lllacksmitu bill Working over my hat Hauling from Henderson Hauling goods to Load to Hopkiusvillc Hauling from Shawncytoxvu The only man according to this ledger page 42 from whom to bacco was received is one George Davis who on August 27 1813 is credited by 3687 pounds of tobacco and again on March 19 1814 pounds The sale of one slave is recorded Jesse Murphy page 80 on De cember 5 1814 bought woman Leah for 350 for which he paid about half in cash and the balance in pork lard Experts from National Bureau of Mines to Lecture to Muhlenberg- Mjqers Congressman R Y Thomas Jr has secured the services of Professor John J Rutledge of the Bureau of Mines Vashington D C and Dr M J Shields of Red Cross So ciety to lecture to the miners in this county Mr Rutledge wilL lecture on 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 Nelson Creek September 22- Powderly 23 Drakesboro 24 These lecturers will be given at night about 7 or 730 oclock They arc for the benefit of the miners and it is requested that there be a full attendance at each speaking U S Government Experts at Work in County Mr Chas W Goodlcv in thane of a curbs of ten men all in the geological survey department of the national government is doing survey work in the western part of the county and will continue as long as weather per nits but Ipes nci hope to be able to Ills work this fall The company maintains its tents for sleeping and cooking so as to be alle to utilize all the time possible This work will prove very valuable as the re suits will be put in bojk form and wUlshow roads routes distances etc with frequent elevations Old papers for sale at this office 0 0 11 3 0 i 3 3 0 0 lute shawl 1 u 11 In 7 0 t tine lint lno hat to 5 0 IS 0 n 0 ii 0 7 G 0 6 0 a n H 0 c thc hoes 1 1 0 1 Tt 8 pr 0 0 U 0 U 1 1 pullinJ hoolc 0 1 a 2 in pro 3f e tcn c Lcwi burr b 1949 U cc J 4 J 0iQI t oj 11 cit 0 tT 4 yls i 3 them linen Ics vl- i negro the 14 geodetic F S c V Fads fOI Weak Women Ninetenths of nit the sickness of women is due to somo derangement or dls case of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can he cured is cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well- It nets directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restore thc for the whole system It female complaint right in the privacy of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors and so abhorrent to fiJ t ri a cures w every modest woman shall not particularize hero as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting fun information ns to their symptoms and means of positive cure arc referred to the Peoples Com mon Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages newly revised and uptodntc IMition sent free on receipt of one cent to cover cost of mailing only or in cloth binding for 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y 21 uu n 51 ROARK INSURANCE BLAKELL GENERAL We represent the ionic Insur ance o of N Y P r FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYERS LIABILITY STEAM BOILER BURGLARY BONDS GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE BIACKWELL ROARK GREENVILLE KY 0 Of Our Way of Selling Paint is to make you satisfied by giving you material that does what you want it to do If its a floor woodwork a table bathtub or the whole house youre about to paint or varnish enamel or can supply exactly the article that will do it best You can be sure of this sell the perfect ACME kjnd pf enamels stains varnishes all carrying the guar antee mark With every purchase pf the Paints and Finishes the only com pjete bogk ever published Greenville Milling Co Incorporated 1 I stainwe because we QUALITY youfreet antsi r hit writes all kinds of farm and city property e Z I p ACME iwaur I 4 1 Jr tarkyear ka 3 ready to mail It will be tent to any person interested in on receipt of 7 cents to cover The Stark Year Book represents an entirely new idea inl Vt ge nurserymens isD work art Ii wrlla a vin catalogue of Stark Within its covers arc 32 illustrations of flowers representing 175 varieties done in four colors and exactly reproducing nature 84 are to descriptions prices and records Stark Delicious the apple orchard and established Kingsgrape of California grape and dozens of the very best things in the horticultural are fully illustrated and price a one tree fruits qr ornamental this of Inestimable value a horticultural textbook a guide r tvv uv vi 4f WO J CUjj ftlC yardstick by which all other nursery are they of 85 years of successful selling is a positive guarantee of tree quality Before you decide to buy writ 1 cents for the Start Year Bock Jo it today before the edition is exhausted Stark Bros Nurseries and Orchards Q Louisiana MtMOuri I es de Tp l f books on stood supreme planting for they he onthe I I rj tK V 0 j ff t la tin o have the 1 products std the o alt tttM1M K M v m MUHLENBERG COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Crssnvlllc Ky Appreciating your past patron age solicit all or part of your future Baulking business THOS E SUMNER Cashier TilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREENVILLE KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W A Wickliffe W G Duncan G Martin R T Martin E J Puryear C M Martin Jno T Reynolds Jr The standing and responsibility of the men who constitute our Board of Directors are a guarantee of careful judicious management DEPOY KENTUCKY We announce to our trade and the pub lie 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 people In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc we offer large selections In Groceries Hardware Tinware Farmer Implements and such goods our stocksrr are especially strong In Tall departments prices will be the lowest and your visits highly appreciated i Undertaking Department JL We have just added an Undertaking Department to our yM business and will carry a comprehensive line of Coffins f- tc Mritf f in service on call anywhere Orders in this line given prompt find careful attention any hour day or night i Telepfiones Store No 1 fH ftt HDL I 3 The BRIDGES SHANNON CO fj- l DEPOY KENTUCKY W A New A New Newspap rf thp Edited and pqbjlished by Q P ce Greenville made it SOME OF ITS FEATURES All home print home news Republican in politics but fair to everybody Devoted to the countys social educational and political welfare Pertinent editorial comment on matters of public interest A free want and exchange column for use of all of its subscribers except regular dealers A circulation from the beginning of nearly 2000 One Dollar pet year and worth it JOB DEPARTMENT The Sentinel has one of the most complete job offices in Western Kentucky This department is under the iori of Mr E E Reno one of the mqst obliging and grapticsjl printers in the state He will be glad to see his old customers and to serve them when needing anything in ths line All machinery operated by electricity Your patronage solicited Our prices arc right Satisfaction guaranteed tJ we I E t 1 3t ari J sm t BRIDGfS SUANNON 0 iim m Wi iti W 1 If r r wit l IIii r Robes Suits Wrappers and Dresses Also have a Hearse iJi i i oNo Ji 81 Ji sI t j1 c rr P 4l1 IJ rC C C i l f 1 0 fi t par APRIL 1 1 10c all the mor ol 1t lob I b J1o t w t k r y Y r As r 1 j 1 c 3 a- y y 0r cr i 4 Wyet- M1 t ebTfle i- fI FUI tie 1 e 4i 1l t g1 tot11 t ro foundlbe M e T tie Caskets 4 r e- aNewspaper MUIILENBft SFNTINU a nc findus- trial F I- e sit s 1 r t 5t 4 tt i I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD I I e 1 X OUT It BOUND NO IS2 LouliTlUe Kxprens llSSnm IOJ Clnclnnntl Kxpresa 154pm I0 LouUvlU Limited 408 nm 130 Central City nccnm A 715pm SOUTHBOUND NO 135 Pnducnh and Cairo nceom nin ISI Fulton AccowtftiMlntlon I24llpra 101 New Orlennn SpecltO 108 X O Spec Louisville pnsHr only 120 nm Junes 1010 WOCnxwronD Act K THE VERY GOD BY KOllEUT IIKOWNINH short selection In taken from Drowning An Kilntlcn which HagCM In nil IlrtmnlnpM work and In quoted In nil IlkrllhiMxI mute fntpiently than any other It took the KiiRllHh K i cii k I UK world n long time to recognize the uuil nllulnns values In work nnit It wax nut until after lie third In venire Iu 1M that anything like Ren cral recognition wan nceoitled hluiJ The very Ocxl think A1 ll thus thlnUt So the were the AllLoving too So through the thunilcr comes i lininnti voice Saying O heart I mode n heart here Fare my hands fanhlonetl It In myself no Hi rer nor mayM conceive of mine nut love I gave thee with myself to lUTe And lure me who have tiled for thee The madman ealth lie nnlil KO It IH Htrange Politics is growing Fires will soon feel fine Local news on page 2 Day and night arc equal now This is the last week of circuit Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks harmers arc taking things a bit easy now Ice and coal bills arc both appear ing now The new water rate takes cflect October Get potted plants and cut flowers from Miss Lena Arnold Not a vacant business house in town and very few residences Good morning Had you noticed that we are to have an election Some land tenants arc already i iuiN r limited to November i Politicians candidates and others especially interested are getting very busy Mr D J Duncan was here from Louisville a few days during the week Your county and state taxes are due and the penalty will soon be added See the Rockwell corner dust shield at Mr Russell Ford has returned from a visit of ten days to his er in St Louis The water melon season is dr w ing to a close pfjces have afl yanced a sljghj degree His mapy friends gjad tq sep Mr Charles ipkltffe t p again and h wl qoqn be q le tq be out flqn bqy your fall ha1 bpf fc peng th ant R line first showing Of mjljinpry ThHTSflay Sept Q There interest jn gaga roads as people fmdjng that mqney put road5 proves hP highest grade t ampe jn several hHYP been Active here past eVer al days giving away all sorts of in packages of goods Call on Leslie Hale next to National for candies books sundries cigars tobacco e c f3 Doc Porter colored died at his home at Hillside last Thursday from the effects of a gunshot wound re ceived in a row a few days before Mr Rufus Watkins is working extra at the establishment of Mr Leslie Hale and will prove a valu able factor ih the growth of this splendid business I J 15 340 pm sOta 1tQ i The f f IItoluI dust I nee 1 Thou hnxt 1 I I thou T a t i I t 1 court t 1 1 1 1 1 J- t j iI1 see n ne year 1ft t rt l t I r V R arks f broth J I nd j it f7 ace 11 hope r ft t f el fall t ir i t are 1 1 in t inv stJP nt t 14- J lip s the 1 0 1 First IJ l 9- j u of t J y 1 r I M j Iron lx law poem Ittr a K All Rrent brain muxt t l y a j C a v t t now alliancesfor xsce our special clubbing offer 1 i i a e o1 1 t a growing w f menu t i 3 Bank p Pi 1pA t a d I M ar 1 Foi first class livery service n id i sc a t Stoves flues furnaces chimneys are now receiving J lion Better lock out coal I tion to that also tI I ft r t 4nc1 ding close cartiages calls is bo rca rates a attc y hou- a y t f unless your neighboris giving atte 1 r 1 Y A ROAD LIKE THIS leading to a long THREE miles from town will hold the land down io 15 an acre while the same land located SIX miles from town would be worth 30 an acre with m ROAD THIS a lIke m THE RECORD 500 per year Flies arc not so or the bachelor girl has to say Millinary modes will soon be on display and for sale Typewriter ribbons all machines- at Roarks Mercantile men are preparing to make active campaigns for fall trade Straw hats have not been thrown away as we will have many hot days House hunters are numerous here and a lack of houses is holding our population back There is a rumor that one of our prominent merchants desires to with a view of changing his lo Telephone No 5 and your laundry will be called for and delivered Mr Chas W Roark will return home from Louisville this he is almost fully recovered from his operation Dexter J T W A Wickliffc Jr were among the attendants at the close of the State Fair R Martin Co will have their first showing of fall millinery September 29 The annual conference of the Louisville district M E Church will be held at Russellville Get 475 worth of reading lot 175 See special club Freight traffic on the Paducah is heavier than ever known in fact all southern divisions of the C arc reported as crowded the capacity Mrs Jas Buwlds of Owensboro- is here a visit to her husband who is in charge of the harness of the Greenville Grocery Failing to close her business as a whole Mrs Martin will convince you that she is selling individual items at near to wholesale price tend the all are all and stylish top Qne qty qnly sq as hqye notiped sfopws a decrease in poplar lion and js Dunkirk yf hjph qlrnbst oq inhabit The ladies of pupibcrlap chnrph win be if you pa fountain at Jealic Hale on ThHrstJay pf week as they will get haf the proceeds Qrder for cut flowers will receivp e prompt attention pf Iisr eaa A ywf anjount of fgp pipg is bping sold as fqrniers are largely doing away with the old worm rail fence and art using the good weather sure time in this work Some Greenville Devils will be the subject of Rev Wm J Mahon eys sermon Sunday night at the Baptist church His address last Sunday night on What Sort of a Place Is Hell was heard by a large audience FOUND On Main street Tuesday a lap robe Can be obtained by property Call at this office Mr W L Harris the progressive merchant at wfjo has been copHneij jg hfa week from trouble as improving and it is hoped will be up He intends taking a rest and will visit relatives and friends at many points when he is to travel I a 3 Jij I numerous active Readwhat h sellout cation weekas Messrs A T u division beyond n department t Hardware Cot fresh far we lie an 1 ea Ih U It describing pan roft home ojpe sto able t 4 yet Riley Chat- ham Thursday South ridiii thcz 8iti fasts matter offer o goo s that hag lest than tt had to 9O the lea tropic the peat r 4rRola wire fashioned and lei is reported so 1 s o FANCY FREE Licfady Overtaker Receives Proposal Jut Not With Favor Editor lleroiui Many thanks for giving my letter place in your valuable paper also for sending me the letter to my ad dress in your care The letter was from a lawyer who lives in of our county towns He furnished me references as to his standing in his profession and in his town One of the parties mentioned I happen to know and saw him the other day and made some inquiry lie me that the lawyer was a man who stood well and had quite a good practice The legal gentleman said in his to me that he was fully that I meant business and that he also meant business and to me saying that he had satisfied himself as to my standing in the community and from what he had been told He was satisfied was just the girl for him It made me catch my breath to think he would propose so soon and that never seen me But when I re flected a moment I remembered had virtually advertised for a I have answered him and I am going to tell just what I said to him I told him I could not marry lawyer and gave him my reasons and told him to carefully consider them and after doing so would give up the practice of law and go into some other business I might give him a satisfactory answer I told him that I was a believer in the bible believed every word of it that if the bible had said Jonah had swallowed the whale instead of the whale swallowing Jonah 1 would have believed it and I had read in my bible that heaven had pronounc ed a woe upon lawyers saying they would have their part in the lake of fire So the thought of giving my heart and hand to a man who is to have his part in the lake of fire was more than I was willing to do should my husband die before I should The very thought of his being in that awful lake of fire it would run me crazy I find that every trust which is a- OU 4 3 TTjuUj VWf fla 44 L rowing richer every day robbing the poor men and women who toil cultivating the soil working in the mines in the foundry in the mills in the shops and on the railroads are overworked and under paid Lawyers were employed by these trusts to get them incorporated em ployed to legislation in the interest of these monopolies to the detriment of the poor toiling masses who arc compelled to Jive many of them in huts and from hand to mouth A word just here to every man and woman Before you vote for a lawyer to go to the legislature or to congress find out he is in the employment of any railroad or any kind of a trust never do you vote for that if you do you vote to condition worse I have known hese corporation lawyers to give money the poor miners in deed but it done to your vote he would need it phi and women loojc to your jest jnterests pojjtipally your only i at the bajlpt bolt whijc woman warns you Remember I am your friend Mr Editor YOU will excuse me for warming up in my opposition to lawyers Perhaps I am a little hare qpon them but when think of for of rnQncy lending their taent and time to foster trusts grading the life but qf our tqjling poqr jt js impossible me JQ say that no lawyer need propose to me unless he will agree to quit the practice of law Very respectfully LUCINDY OVERTAKEN Bard ef Apericaa May Scouts Being Secretary Anderson of the Y M C A is organizing a corps of Boy Scouts and is meeting with great success Members will not be con fined to boys who arc Y M C A members butmost of those thus far secured are members of that zation This is a great work is now international with scattered all over the world Jt Hi WMlMt features qf varied hejp and study and nothing could pjove more elevating for then boy than to engage intelligently along the plans outlined Greatest labor saver ever invented be seen at Roarks a one informed inthe community letter convinced proposed that- I husband i vII if never makes r t to get Qpe then c for p In con lnsion will organi l can s head influence law- Yer help was when men theres- a j the sa these which are rgopine d0 sac i 1 f wad THURSDAY SEPT 29 WE WILL HAVE AT OUR STORE OUR FIRST SHOWING OF fAll Mllllkl GOODS 1 1 t I I i i1Io ifA i I8- Sf 8 i I i L LLAL- L l01 A7td 1x l a 1 Our selections for this seas on were made on the New York and St Louis markets the ideas of leading foreign domestic designers It will be to interest and profit to make no purchase until you view our offerings REMEMBER THE DATE R MARTIN CO 1 1 1 i iSl Sf- Sf andembrace St an S Sf s S 11 t I North of SOlidSquare Greenville Ky S 5 3 8 yours ti Residence of Mr Tom Johnson Burned The seven of Mr f Tom Johnson on his farm near Pond creek on the Elkton road was destroyed by fire about i oclock last Saturday afternoon the flames originating in a defective kitchen flue The flames were discovered low stage but water was not and could not be convcni ently and effectively applied when secured and the work of destruction was quick and complete The of the home were saved the floor coverings A meat house adjoining was also destroyed with its contents of lard meat and canned fruits There no and the loss was about J i 200 Mr Johnson was in town but the family was at home and with the assistance of neighbors lessened the loss greatly by remov ing the futuimre and household goods wearing apparel and the like It is Mr Johnsons intention to begin rebuilding at once Notice to Town and Country I endeavored to close out my millinery business as a whole jn thug bu faied to dpso hcncp and purchased largest and hes stuck of goads that I have ever parried and am in position to give better bargains than heretofore and jqwcr prices than be had All I ask is that the buying public come and compare quality styles and prices Mus M E MARTIN First Concrete Roof The GreenMarks Concrete Co has just finished a concrete veranda roof for Mr W E Drake and it is the first roof of the kind in the county far as known Mr Drake is completing extensive re pairs and additions to his home on Hopkinsville street and will have a convenient and commodious home- i when tyr Mcftonqld assist ant postmaster has been confined to his home for several days a sufferer from throat trouble his con dition was reported as somewhat improved yesterday job printing orders to Tilt RECORD roomresldence convenient contents insurance cat so completed- s qra vie Giver yo II J except was wept past the elsewhere Y M C A NOTES Rev Lewis gave an excellent talk last Sunday on the Boyhood of and the meeting vras enjoyed by all who were present He appealed especially to the boys to follow tilt example of Christ to be subject to their parents that is to love honor and obey them Next Sunday at 3 oclock Rev W J Mahoney will talk on the important event in Chiists life His Baptism by John AH men and boys are very cordially invited to be pres ent Since the opening of school the hours for the juniors have been slightly changed as follows Mon day Tuesday Wednesday Thursday i to 6 p m Friday 6 and 730 to 30 p m from 3 to 2 m and 2 to 5 p m The juniors will have exclusive Use of the gymnasium on Friday from 730 to 930 p m and from 9 to 12 a m Those who are wanting tq take regular gymnasium class work ca listhenic and apparatus work will names to thc School books for all grades can be found at the new store of Leslie and schPql supplies of all linds also f3 Wagon Yard and Hitching Rack The city has rented the vacant lot C OBryan of Madisonvillc and has fitted it with post and chains for hitching purposes along the remainder of the lot being available for storage of wagons feeding teams etc This is a long needed feature and the convenient location and large space make it desirable The I C local trains out Central City now often carry nany a four private de c est n closc s b ing kept on passengers to detect any drinking The new move is known to most the passengers who thus indulge and the remarkable improvement in the conduct of these fellows is pleasing to all Gradually it being made safe to travel on trains and hard lines being drawn about the rowdy class t u j Saturday o l ate 4lJar J4 I Jess next anti i- to Saturday give their secretary aleI Tanon- side i all watch al S o f e d NOTICE to e CITIZENS o GREENVILLE At a meeting of the Directors of The Greenville Light and Water Co held after the annual meeting 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 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 C t operating 1 Ti t p r Y a r f had CIRCUIT COURT The present term of court is draw jng to a close this being the last week of the period and it is thought that practically all the remaining docket will be cleared in some way The grand jury did good work and adjourned last week There has not been a penitentiary sentence though several murder cases have been tried Fred McCoy got a judgement of 50 lie sued the Lam Coal Co for personal injury M C KiUmger sued II E R R Co for damage to land and was awarded 300 G W Guntcrtnun in second of personal injury claim against L C R R had a hung jury He was f awarded a judgement of 1000 in a former trial his injury was a pistol M H Nealsued damage to property from fire and got 4 5 M C Gibson sued the ElkVallcy Coal Co for personal irtjury but bis Ctteo was thrown out on pcrcuip s tor Henry Thornton was awarded a judgement of 175 against the L N for personal injuries John Amos fell into a ditch at Central City and sued the city for injuries received but the city won Grand Jury Adjourned Last Thursday The grand jury adjourned last Thursday after tei days effective work as 95 indictments were turned covering all offenses murder to breach of peace The greatest number were for furnishing liquor to minors and for violation of the local option laws both these laws being violated largely in all sections of the county If you want job printing give this office your order for prompt Dry Goods and Clothing Stores Close Early On request of their employes and for the betterment of the service the following dry goods and concerns have entered into an agreement to close their stores at 6 oclock Sept 15 to April 15 and at 630 balance of year R Martin Co Thos Baird A Barker S Fred L Hummel These hours will not be observed Saturdays or during the holiday This is a proper move and it is likely that other merchants will join in the movement and thus secure needed rest for themselves and their clerks Most men in the mercantile lines put in more hours than in any other line and certainly the limitations named are sufficient for the trading public- to transact any business desired- f Permanent Road SotncwQrk of tho proper kind is being done on the public high- I ways as concrete culverts are now being used in all sections of the county Heretofore temporary wood en bridges have been used and they were always noisy uneven and became dangerous from loose boards- s holes and the like Concrete will endure for all time without repairs and everyone who the roads is happy r trials S shot in the neck 1 n lie L N fOra ructions ret 4 season travels I theM wound at the hands delivery clothing her layCtaents Cow soo Baseball at Central City Sunday The Hopktnsvillc team which has made a splendid record in the Kitty league this season will play the Central City team at that place Sunday afternoon game call at 3 oclock Charley Burden of the Bluegrass league an old Muhlcnbcrg boy will pitch for Central City and the game promises to be a red Mr James Allen lost a valuable horse Monday from a snag wound received in a fall Mr Wm H Reynolds has re turned from Dawson Springs and is improved Dr George Bohannon was here Louisville several days during the week returning Monday j Sam Ree barber shdp The dreuth is doing the work for the weeds that should have been done many months ago by the better by pulling Miss Ethel Jarvis has returned from a visit of some weeks to vela fives and friends in Mississippi and Tennessee Farmers are getting to be the most enthusiastic advocates of good roads as at least they realize they are the ones who suffer most from poor and that land values are held down more by this one thing all others combined Mrs John A Williams was as slightly improved yester day afternoon andit is hoped fever has passed the crisis In this issue wilt be found an in teresting story from Mr Otto A Rothert It is founded on interest and important items gathered from the business ledger of one of our first merchants and should be read widely and preserved Eliza wife of Mr Peter ONeal died at Hillside at 9 oclock a m on Wednesday of last week from a complication of ailments that for two years had confined her to her room She suffered blindness in ad dition to her other afflictions On Thursday next September 29 Leslie Hale will serve the usual fountain drinks and in addition will serve brick cream and cake and will give half the proceeds to the ladies aid society of the Cumber land Presbyterian church Burr Grist Mill My new burr grist mill is in oper ation call on merchants for White Flint meal Also ready to furnish the public with chicken feed and chopped corn jl J A SUJVVBR Rev i E Lewis will occupy his pulpit for the last times next Sunday as this closes his fourth conference year here and according to the rules of the church his term expires- n The tact that he has remained the limit of time proves the esteem m which he is held by bis congregation and he will carry with him the best wishes of all our people of all de nominations r hot one or roads her i- I in our S T k Ts tr Y t t Martins t i thef reported 1 l N x v 4 tk der e Fxirrviture Shade Moldings t- v Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr ppenr Slippers Gr ve Vaults ROARK It r I r i6Lr 1 J t t rr el f f itJ d W l1p per J y1j f i j f A r ts t3mtr a a y 4 a rsin ec ion Ring She Sold and the Hap piness That Came to Hor Dy JEROME SPRAGUi CCopyi WO by Atroclatwl Utemryl- YVMI Mr Kendall building n Iwiflre on IK had lot gnniibUtl the UMV Mrs Krndnll came to tin Ullrhrn l or Well I dont how we erin lulp taking her in one more mouth to feed s M Mr Kendall I K ho piled boxo nml pnper on t lie flame Yell 1 toM liw Mr Ken dall nnxkuwlj thnt btM hive to take ixt luck sled that yon alwvya hnd your chop or r fur Umtktaflt he you vrorUl hard nrd children und 1 ate the anti she that was ell rlgUtHutt shed wit lifiovew too Iluuiphr Mr Keudnll Shell got tired of that nut dklut get tlml of It She nti hash and over putAtoos n i hi frlid Iwcad HtMl mysterious etv linuy resurrections and ild to Mrs a Kendall smilingly Everjtlilni tastes r Kond Im glad you think so Mull Sarah Kendall snkl ton nl iys linvo had everything HO much r that I tun alraoHt summed to put till things before you MlMlcent looked thoughtful She couldnt toll Snrah the story of the Is AN A GEL UNAWARt lit tree Mid toot lc Mid the said 4 shy s o IIi The ro V h its inns an tau torero e warn 1 Miss eat iHMiIOBNT HE SID rigid economy that she had pnietlced during the lust years of her rwldence in tho old Slit couldnt tell how good hot snbtsluiiUnl food tasted niter the months of cold bread and coffee of how Mrs Kendalls savory Irish stews And and cabbage made her feel as if she hud feasted royally when contrasted to the hinter less breed and men t leas hashes on which she hnddlnod for over a year To be sure there hnd been cut glass anti sliver on the table Rut these Miss Milllcents mother would never have allowed sold so that the two lonely women the last cent of their income swallowed ap by hud Investments had sewed n little for Intimate friends who would not tell nnd hid tine managed to keep up the appearance of gentility Put when old Mrs Kstaurook died It aH had to come out Everybody In Twining Town knew at last that Miss Mllllcont whose family hnd for getter ations lorded it over the surrounding country was left without n penny and except for the kindness of her old Sarah Kendall would pare land to be dependent upon the chnilty of he town Miss Mllllcont bore her misfortunes seeming It was so good to he tilled ones with to sit by Sarahs warm trestle of shivering over a In time great bare drawing room thnt the little lady forgot pride forgot every thing but thnt sue wns comfortable She sWod for Sarahs seven chili dren and earned her place In the household Hut Mr Kendall grumbled It was nn extra mouth lie kept Insisting Its an cttra help too Snmh told him with flashing eyes You dont think bow much her sewing lifts off me Miss MilUccnt was not blind to Ken dalls attitude Rut endured tiently for Straus loyalty anal the love of the little children made up for many things nut the time came when oven Sarah could not protect her front Amos crossness Its him enough to earn n living for your own he flung nut on Satur slay right ns he carne In with a Iieaptd tip basket of provisions Sevpn mouths to feed nnd uue erlrnlts enough to make n man Wreak down nod butter To cents Sarah Unalied nn anxlnus glance nt Miss Milllrent but Illlle lady went on wxvlnpr calmly ml the gond vo n n Uhrd with roJlef Hut Mix MlllicoHt timid heard timid that night wliHii she went to lice little room lilwh np In the I H stir took front Us hiding plate th min imixnrp left to her out of tho wreck of her fortune It was the pearl ring Unit John Tre mont lied given her on their betrothal When the engagement was broken Jater because of her motbui s sura I II i how o I servant I lib calmness food- t coals Y she A r r lit A t I 4 q fiiIC 1r1j 1o1 t 0 lrj c f jj 101ItI or 14 SOl tLT- i r the taut a 8 More instead few y r e pane a e a r y p the t 4 r r U rd decree John had refused to tate time ring back I want you to keep it until you Millie he hut said I dont blame you Your mother doesnt think Im your social equal and 1 guess shin right If 1 were sure 1 could mako you happy Id run away with you Hut Im not sure You are so fur nbovc me So Miss MilUccnt through nil tho stress of poverty had kept the ring And It seemed n sacrilege to soil It now Hut the need way urgent Sho must not take bread from the mouthy of Sarah Kendalls children On Monday therefore Miss 111111 cent for the first time In her life en tered a little secondhand Jewelry shop nnd when she sale out there was a roll of bills tucked away In her small ling With n shrewd Intuition slit knew thnt she must not let Amos know that she hnd any money lie would not be satisfied until ho had It in his pusses and he would spend It as recK lossly ns he did his wages So it happened thnt mystorious began to appear nt the Kendall mansion One week It would le n lit tic pig ready for roasting the nest a leg of lamb with greens Again it was n basket of groceries n bucket of oysters nnd on Tbnnksgiving appeared turkey There Snrnh said as she showed time turkey to Amos you cant complain now that youve got lea many to fend Its no credit to her loins grimm bled thnt we get time things Well Ill bet it Sarah wild Some of her old friends arm probably dolujr for her that wny They dont want to hurt her pride by offering It openly limit if the Kendnlls had observed closely they would have seen ihat Miss Milllrent rarely partook of the luxuries that graced heir tnblt T user send tive soul It was blood money thnt she had taken for Inhn Treinonts ring lint lams ate sued bragged in his nelghbortt We bad spring lamb yes terday or Not many people can eat strawberries at tills season Miss Milllrent sprit reHilMssly Slit xvanied to make Amos good natured stud slit had found a way Imt slit was not happy The posses attn of the ring had seemed to bind her to her old lover Slit did not know where he whether living or dead but he had seemed to be In her II fo until she hail sold his Dally she went to tjie llliie Jknvol wns oTisjiiayrn Ui golden circle were the words To Dear est She wondered If souse other lover would liny It timid use secondhand One ns she stood n little fragile figure with faded curly falling In old fashioned style over leer thin white cheeks n man stopped beside her Mlllicenl he said softly She flashed up nt him n startled glance Ob John lulu she gasped I hnd to sell It Sell what My ring I lie ring you gave me It nil conic out then her story of poverty his story or worm and of wealth in the fin west And 1 guess Im good enough to take care of you now Millie he sold triumphantly ns he finished Rut Im such n pour III tie old thing slit faltered Dont he said quickly You urn young to me nUll fortyliveV Why weve n long lour life ahead ot ns yet dearest sad with that lie went In timid pur chased another ring mull also one oC plain gold and In the morning they were married with Sarah Kendall for matron of honor After thnt the Kendalls lived on n of prosperity for John Tremont forgot Snrabs kindness MIDI cent And whenever Amos Kendall groin bled about his work or worries Sarah always slopped him You Just re member how you used to fuss nbout Miss Millie she would tell him stud nil lime she wits nn angel tin wares Running Water Frozen Running water Is usually the last tiling to freeze solid and when it does the cold must be extreme 1 Claude While In the Wide World Magnzine sires the following description of this very rare occurrence the freeIngof a mountain torrent In a single night The phenomenon wall one that I have never before n njt nine river frozen solid In n night When we arrived the waters of this stream tumbling over the bowl ders nnd rushing through time torlu oils channels made n denfenlng roar Gradually but almost impercf the tumult decreased while worn out after n hard day we fell asleep A few hours later when we awoke t denthly silence prevailed amid on poking out to my intense surprise I found that the rushing torrent of thn previous night had been transformed Into n solid mass of Ice In this re glon of extreme temperatures I bud on other occasions seen torrents but never under suck stnrtllng conditions On looking round we found thnt everything we possessed wns also frozen solid Including our saddle of mutton which was merely n block We were ravenous but we got no satisfaction front gnawing nt lumps of rod which ought to have been n succulent joint maul so despite our hunger we timid to content ourselves with n little lento malt which we melted Ice nnd n few biscuits Worse Does your wife put you on the when you displease her Worse than that We nave hart wood floorsCJcvcland Pluto Dealer clio I rile V Inscription to v 1- J f 5 f5 t Jt I dearest ion packages van tsr1 lie ring limit acquirement hats ware never Thin rent ttbly frozen at- lee carpet h ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS 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