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The investment is 1 U Get our rates. and the most inviting field in Ken-- 1 Itucky lor investment of capital and pluck. letc, is rich in coal, iron, timber, Muhlenberg County potter's clay.l VOL. XIII. NO. 4. Anesthetics. Wc hear much of the cost of war and the burden it throws upon a fighting people, but few Americans truly realize what the preparation for war costs the people of ICuropc. The cost of armed peace, according to hMmond Thcry, the French enon-omis- t, who has just figured it out to his own satisfaction, has been something more than $30,000,000 during the Inst twenty-fivyears. The cost, of course, is divided among the greater nations, and it has supported, at the expense of the working people, about .j, 000,000 men in idleness every year, and has armed them, too. These men are withdrawn from productive industries during the period of their development, while the work that they w.ould do and the cost of their keep is shouldered upon their relatives. Such is the cost of peace while war is a possibility. e GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 1), 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Of the two great discoveries of modern times which have nude of surgery the producer that it has become, it is difficult to say which is the greater, anesthesia or nntiscpsis.. Ancithesia preceded by many years antisepsis; without it antisepsis might indeed have been discovered, but its uractial application, with the patient struggling with pain and the surgeon making too innch haste to finish, would have been difficult, if not impossible; so if not in itself the greater, it was at least indispensable to the development of surgery. Few persons arc old enough to remember the days before anesthesia, when patients were strapped to the table, and sympathetic surgeons we're in etnmincnt danger, in their haste and trepidation, of injuring soma vital part. Now everything procec Is quietly and with deliberation, and the patient knows nothing until all is over. But every rose has its thorn and the anesthesia which saves from patn is in itself not free from danger. That there really is danger may be learned from the fact over two hundred persons died from cficcts of anesthesia in Great Britain in the year 190S. This is not so ing as it seems, for there were probably a million persons put under the influence of an anesthetic during .that year, yet it is enough to impress upon surgeons the necessity of great caution in administering an anesthetic, especially chloroform, which is the one chiefly used in Mngland, and the one responsible for most of the deaths occuring there from this cause. Nowadays in the hospitals, and quite generally in private practise in the larger cities, the giving of the anesthetic before an operation is entrusted to one who is specially trained in the act, and who does nothing ejse. This insures the patient's satctv, and aLJJijcs 4 uieUttc relieves UjetffgfroSSitnxiftty, and dis ables him to give his entire attention In small places, to the operation. where the presence of an ancsthesta specialist is nbt possible, the prac lice is or should be still to entrust the giving of the anesthesia to one person, and if the operation is a long or serious one, it is better to use ether rather than chloroform, for although neither is absolutely free from danger, the use of ether is attended with less risk to the heart muscle. After some controversy about the age of various maps that have come down to us from ancient times, it has beeo finally determined by sa vants that the oldest is in the form of a mosaic in a Byzantine church at Malaba, in Palestine. It is about 1,700 years old, and purports to be a map of a part of the Holy Land. Eggs for sale R. C. R. I. Reds, two pens, DeGraft and Tompkins strains, 75c. and $1 per setting. S. J. 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HHr OF CURES LAWYERS, NE W DISCOVERY COLDS AND ALL THROAT and I l ma FOR OR. KING'S OUGHS $!auiy - Suyrahiug OSTEOPATHIC Office at Home, East I'llYSICUNS Main-cro- ss 3y"0ur Engraving Machine is the only one in this part of Kentucky, and we arc exclusively prepared to supply individual Name Plates, which we furnish on all outfits without extra cost. DISEASES Street. PREVENTS AND Telephone No. 7H. CONSUMPTION Undertaking and Embalming. Coffins in White Enamel and Stained Varnish finish; Caskets in White Enamel, Natural Woods, White, Colored and Black Cloth Covered; and Copper Pointed Paragraphs. A soft snap may end in a dull thi'd. The fishing line will soon be the popular chord. Fortunately for most of us, common sense isn't fashionable. One never hears of a lawyer going to law on his own account. ' A wise wife never quarrels with her husband just before pay day. A man may be working for all he is worth and not be worth much at that. When some people ''say they did their best wc arc glad it wasn't their worst. You can't always tell how glad a man is to sec you by the way he shakes hands. Beware of the man who is ashamed to admit that he earns his bread by the sweat of his brow. A small boy looks forward to the time when he will be a man and can do as he pleases and perhaps ha will if he does$l jel married. IiETWHKN Louisville and Chicago "Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. IOng's New WecoSSy.S after using one bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tenn. UBST LINK TO lined airtight Caskets; all lengths, and regular, extra and double extra widths. and the Steel Grave Vaults of all sizes constantYast Northwest ly in stock, for immediate delivery. Burial Robes, Wrappers, Suits, Dresses, Two trains daily Slippers, etc., in large variety. Our two licensed Embalmers respond at French Lick and West Baden Springs. once to calls for such services. Our general equipment is complete and UNION STAT162?, of highest grade. LOUISVILLE," We have a Funeral Car in service, subDBAKISOKX STATION, ject to call anywhere. I CHICAGO. TeleESTTwo Private phones, Store 72; Residence 108. Dinin? and Parlor Gars. Residence 150 yards from store. Palace, Drawing Room Sleepers. Prompt service any hour day or night. California PRICE 50c SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY AND SI.OO I AH Druggists. GIFT FOR CULTURED J. H. HAYES Painter and Interior : A HOMES Long-Distan- Decorator. : The J. L. ROARK ESTATE. ORIEN E. H. BACON, D.'P. A., I. ROARK. Manatcr. N. W. Cor. 1th and Marled Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE SATISFACTION Very Serious ' I A Little Good Paint in Wlicnyjur buildings need painting, every day's delay costs you money. The sun, rain, snow and frost arc getting in their voik. Lumber costs too much to let it decay lor want of a little paint. It cocts less to use good paint than to go without it. Wc use nothing but good paint on ou: work. It is a very serious matter to ask for enc medicine id I nave the 3ui For V- '3 wrong one given ...vn we urtre fg un buy' iq is oi3"fiiLto.;rVrnc genuine- $ 4 Why The Liver Medicine ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It is better th-- .i others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger cale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa reputation of thi3 old, relia- t BGT VICTROLA XVI., Not CARTER Strictly Pure 5200 Rea WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil, Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors The scales kind of ptint we use never cracks or cr.Iy years of Wear will remove it. Let us figure with you when ready to pasnt Gthcrs S75, $100, S150 in wearing well cleaned and pressed The Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. 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Mss Lena Arnold asks the age of the public, patron- The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and arc not to be found in any 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 woman's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. m Write to: Indies' Advisory Dept.. Cinttanooca AlcJicine Co.. Cliattanooca. Tcna, book. "Home Treatment l:r women," sent Irec for Special Instructions, anil and guarantees that satisfactory work will be done in her clothes cleaning, pressing and repairing shop. WAllPAPK Special Prices, at iiffi V:. Ml ' ..IS A SKKTC An Independent Newspaper. rUBLtUHBO TIIUKUDXTH II T 1 11 PAST AN. U.V ok POW I) 1 JR J .PRKKJONT IN TIIUKK I'AKTS RECORD PRESS, Owns Kick, President. vJKIISX Lsna-IlistancG IWHTI. PWN'tSKR DAYH. PAHT II. WAM DAYS. 1'AUT 111. FOWIJKRl.Y A JIININii TOWN'. Omikm I.. ltOAitn, Secretary. AMY M. LOINCJISST with the scramble through briars and over .rocks, will be more than repaid for his trouble when he stands on the summit of Cisney mountain and views the varied landscape. . Tradition says that the mountain was the burying ground of the Indians, aud some people think they had treasures buried there, also. A story is told of two laboiiug men who went in search ot the hidden treasures of the Indians. After a morning speut ou the mountain in the search, they resumed, but did not work any more. Whether they found the treasure, thereby securing wealth enough to maintain themselves without work, or had "hit it lucky" elsewhere, is not definitely known, lie that ns it may the mountain bears evidence that it has been inhabited by the Indians; numerous arrows have been found there, and an Indian pipe was picked up by some boys, on an exploring trip several years ago. Hut whether the red men met there to smoke the pipe of peace, or to make the final preparations for the entrance of their dead into the Ktehial Hunting Grounds, will probably never be known. Harvey Snodgrass was among the settlers who came, in the period between 1S40 60. He mairied a Miss Rachel Price iii Virginia, and came to this county shortly afterwards. He bought the Reno brick house, mentioned in Part 1 of this sketch, and lived there until his death. The hill in trout of the house has loin; been known as the Snodgrass hill. Four daughters of this union still survive, and many descendants. One of the largest plantations at this time was that of Rnckston Harris. He came from Tennessee to Christian county in 1848. A few years later he came to Muhlenberg and purchased 200 acres of land from one Mr. Luckett. There were fifteen cabins on the plantation Li. Roakk, Kditok. Just after the memorable "era of TcJsphoae, No. P2. passed, when f utore, jrroiind floor. good feeling" had O'.K'' rcir Jackson was having his war on the 50 CLRTS ?m YEAR. Hi ADVARCL United States Bank, and South Carolina was threatening to nullify the tnr iff acts, it seems that a spirit The subscription price of the patter l pnya reigned throughout bt. ui ailvnn. e. .nut whom the time una expired ot restlessness to wlni'j it It p.viil, the paper will be Htoppod. of thn- ' . obituary notice, etc., If not the country, its influence was felt in far.ls . will t published free. A len.rrr than char- of .V" i r line will wnde for aticcuod-In-- ; the vicinity of Powdcrly for people ( lata rale to anyoni. lice. No moved by that spirit or in search of I.e. m .1 lied . Krec sample copies will will Ih inserted. A rale card adventure began to settle there. The AdY.Tllseir.ents i'l be furtib Sinl .in rvi!ctt. first to come was one John Salmon Aill;vHtt a'l n1 make nil UKt'O.tO PRKHS, able to and wife, formerly ICIiz.ibeth Rob(ircenville. Ky. inson. They came from Virginia THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911. about the year iSjoand settled what is known as the Quisenberry place. Batercd nt Iho OreenTllle, Ky., postufHc as John Salmon was a devoted church second-clas- s matter. member, and attended the monthly Greenville's Stock Law Upheld in (he meetings at Hazel Creek church. In the year of 1S40 he sold the place to Court or Appeals. Opinion I)e James Quisenberry nnd went to Mis-so- u livered by Judge Carroll. ti. Mr. Quisenberry was originally from Virginia, but came to Last Friday City Attorney Ciun this county from Christian county. Howard received a copy of the He had two children Irskinc and opinion of the Court of Appeals Sarah Catherine by his first wife sustaining the ruling of Judge San-did- formerly Jane Gamctt, who died beSoon in the rase of M. Tutt against fore he came to this county. the City of (Ireenville which was a after his arrival here he married suit attacking the stock lau of the again, one Mary Cisncy; by her he City which makes it a misdemeanor had one child, Robert, who died at for any person to stiller or permit the age of sixteen. Mr. Qujsenbeiry Ins cattle to run at large in the City built a new house on the farm near er by two miles to Powderly, than of (Ircenville. The suit was instituted by M. Tutt, the old one which has long since It still stands, a re a negro, residing just outside of gone to ruin. days, a the City limits who had been fined minder of the a violation crevice m tne om rocK cnimncy in the Police Court for of the ordinance and who sought to made by the slave cook, sharpening enjoin the collection of the fine her knives, is still visible. When claiming that because he lived with- court was in session at Greenville out the corporate limits of the city this commodious home was well the ordinance could not apply to filled with people who had come from a distance, and could not make him. Irskinc Quis-c the trip in one day. In the Circuit Court Judge sustained a demurrer to Tutt's enberry married Margaret Davis in petition and the Court of Appeals 1S67. He lived on the oltl place in a well written opinion by Judge which at that time comprised about Carroll upheld the judgement of the 200 acres. To this union were born Circuit Court. The Court held that seven children, some of whom are the only question presented by the still living, as well as many other appeal was "Did the appellant, a they reared their five children to still non resident of the City, by pcr- - manhood and womanhood i mw annex most perfeet, face whose soulful eyes them from the lifeless cauvaa. lie lived at the house built by his father, a pnrt of which is still standing, hack of the present home of Kran- ets vt ilhers. 1 here were only two children left hv this union, one Mrs. li. .1. Fleming who lives at I'otvderly. the other Mrs. K. Withers who died in sy.i. Only tvo of that party of fifteen itre alive today, John Day, and Mary Oldham. About thfs time Perry ('lemons moved from South Carrol Hon and built a home near the Fortney place ou the (ircenrille and Central City road. The house has lonjr since gonv to ruin but a near-bhill is still known as the I lemons Hill. The descendants of Mr. and Mrs. ('lemons are scattered oyer the country and many of them are froze on I v fx 1 bt r&ff V9 fx M tJLSJTu J 6 R 1 THATS NEWEST PERTAINING TO MOTORING. DJECOMTIQNS MOSTELABORATE - IMPERIAL BAND H SHOW ALL nrl' VKTZTI Ui mjU JlxLP ARMORY. MARCH E.V a tL. EE wratf 0 To tW B V$V)& OUT . '.itu-t- 1 prominent citizens. Travel in those days was on horseback or in bupjfics, and the mail was r carried from Owensboro to (ireenville. One of the Fortney boys was carrier at one time, but a jfreat change was com-injThe lirst year of the war also of the narked the commenci-iucubuilding of tl 1. A P. iniltoad through this county. Hume Harris was one of the contractors, and his crew made the "cut" just north of Powderly. The work was done with teams and dump carts. The other contractors were Pod i tiger and Wilson. The engineers r. l - I UHLENBERG COUNTY SA S ANK Greenville, Ky. were Chambers, Cobb, LaTrobc and Wagoner. The old " darkle" that cooked for these men is living yet, though feeble with age. She utis n slave of Jnlce Anthony of whom little is known save that he was a kind master. It is said that before his death he called for paner and pen with which to free his slaves, but the hand was lifeless before the deed was done, and today his grave, marked by a quaint slab, bearing this inscription. "Sacred to the memory of Jacob Anthony who departed this life in l'T-- . aged years." is a familiar object to those who frequently pass the home of Tom Mitchell on the Harris farm, near the cedars which mark the site of the old FOR BRIGHTER, i IV! 1911 BETTER, Appreciating your past patron- i ag'e we solicit all or part of your 8i(iGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE TIMES is $5.00 a year. If 3'ou will send your order to us, you can get future Banking business. TSIOS. E. SUMNER, Cashier. THE RECORD AM TIIK j LOUISVILLE TIMES i NATIONAL BOTH ONE YEAR BANK ante-bellu- i j j San-didg- 1 j j Into the City, commit an offense?" In passing on the question the court held that it made no difference whether the owner of the stock was liable, the exact language of the opinion being "when the appellant permitted his cow to run at large within the City limits, he as certainly committed au act in violation of its laws as if he had himself driven the cow within the limits and turned In another place her. at large." the opinion says "it is the act or thing that is done within the city ilmits in violation of the ordinance that subjects the doer to the ppnalty. Where the doer of the act' is in fact at the time is a matter of no consequence." This ordinance has been a law of the City of Greenville for some time and has been generally observed by resident owners ol stock, but Tutt and a few of his neighbors who live outside of the City limits have refused to obey it and have consequently been fined a number of times in the Police Court. The strict enforcement of the ordinance im mediately after its passage would doubtless have worked a hardship on a few people who live outside Lite City and whose cattle sometime wandered into tovn, Jut in all those instances of the first violation of the ordinance the marshal merely took up the offending stock and notified the owner, no penalty being inflicted. The property owners of the city as a result of the enactment of the ordinance have removed unsightly front fences and are beautifying front yards and lawns and premises generally. Quitt a diflerent appear- is presented from that otayear ance or so go, when every citizen had to sec to it that his front gate was securely fastened in order to prevent depredations by his 'neighbors' marauding cow. Thanks to the opinion of the Courts this condition has come to stay and the unsightly fences will continue to disappear, premises will continue to be im proved and the general, appearance of cur fair city will continue, to become more beautiful and inviting Those living outside' of the City will soon sec the reason for keeping their stock in their own pjjtutei. Greenville U getting to bz proand her ciiieas and her gress: s neighbors will soon adjust to conditions thai ought to iUYi existed fifty years ago. them-selvs- architecture by its disregard of time. The genuine southern hospitality for which Kentucky is noted, was never wanting in that home. The children who often went there from the mines on errands, weic sure to carry away pleasant memories, as well as cookies, candy, popcorn, pretty cards or some little gift from the kind hostess. Mrs. Fmzier descendants. Sarah Catherine Quisenberry married Dr. R. C. Frazier in 1S50. lie came to this county from Christian a few years prior to that time. The Frazier family is an old one, and their family nislory can be traced back many generations to their native shores, immortalized by that wonderful poet who sang "In Simple Scottish Lays." Tlie spacious couu-trhome built by Dr. Frazier and occupied by himself and wife, while was noted for her industry and liberality, while the doctor was known far and near on account of his medical skill and successful practice. '1 hose two people whose kindness, hospitality and industry made such a lasting impression in the circles in which they moved, have long since passed into the great unknown. Their son R. 1. Frazier, and his family now live at the old homestead. Another well known land mark is the old Cisncy home. It was built c was by Robert Cisney in iSl5 an "old bachelor" but in the course of time, he fell a victim to Cupid's charms, and surrendered his heart and hand to Angeline Calvert, originally from Maryland. She was a descendant of Lord Cecil Calvert, and it is said that a rich inheritance awaits the many descendants of this couple, but they, one recently, the other long- - ago received their inheritance in a world where ancestry is unknown. In recent years the old homestead was purchased by the Greenville Coal Co. Near it stands one gf the highest hills in t has long Muhlenberg county, been known as the Cisncy Mountain; from its summit, cozy little cottages nestling among the trees, gently .sloping hills, stietching away to the horizon and broad .low meadows smiling at the blue above, can be plainly seen, while far away through the the town of Giceuville with her magnificent court house in sil houette, reaching far above the surrounding bomti i? visible. Indeed the prdesiruo, it he is a lover oi nature, though he will bz wearied negroes, some of whom were given to his wife, Sarah Bradley, by her parents before she left with her husband for Kentucky. Mr. Harris was a great prohibitionist and went to congress on that ticket. He was afterwards defeated. JSlcvcn children were bcrn to this union, all of whom arc dead except S. li. Harris of Central City, and H. H. Har ris of Kansas City, Mo. The old home of the Harris's burned long ago, but Clayton and Clyde Waters, whose mother was a daughter of Huckston Harris, now Qwn the estate. They have built new homes, also .a store, there. Some of the neighbors of Mr. Harris in Tennessee hearing of his success in Ken tucky, resolved to try their fortunes in the new territory, so in February, 1S60, a party of fifteen, consisting of John liransford, wife and five children; John Day and wife; Uaiton Weatherford, wife and four children, started. As there were no railroads in this country, they came through in wagons, bringing a small amount of their household goods. They stopped on the road to do their cooking; many interesting incidents happened on their journey, which was a pleasant one to nearly all the members. But some of the party who had left good farms were very much disappointed in Kentucky and longed for the hills of Tennessee. John lJransford was the first to die. His wife, saddened by the loss of her husband, never became recon ciled to her new surroundings. She was a well read woman of a poetic temperament, and as the deeper emotions often find expression in the form of poetry, the pent-ulong lngs of her spul burst forth in this strain. p Oh! Ulve me back iny native ailU Hough, run cd, tliiMiRh thy be, Xu other land, ho other ollui I half m diMir to me. graveyard. The Louisville Times is the The war days were trying oues in Best Afternoon Paper the thinly settled vicinity, nearly all Printed Anywhere inhabitants of the aforementioned wvn true Southerners, and when the Has the best corps of correspondents. Federal soldiers passed they took sevCovers the Kentucky field perfectly. eral flue horses aud made some of the Covers general news field completely. women cook for them, but when the Has the best and fullest market reConfederate soldiers camped on the ' Weir farm uearCaney creek, the Hrans- - ports. Democratic in politics, but fair to ford's, Wcatherford's, Frazier's. and those living nearest the encampment everybody. prepared supper and sent it to the sol- SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION diet's, and then the womeu cooked all night that they might not start on RIGHT AWAY their march without breakfast. Sad were the people indeed, when they j to this paper not to The Louisville heard the low thunder f the cannon Times. at Ft. Donaldson, all day aud night, as that was a death warrant, as it were, souudgd. Harvey Snodgrass was. in ura v.w Though ther was no blood shed near, there xyis gloom throughout the counTo Do This Year try. The year before the war elosed. Hill Kaves built what is known today by way of makiug your business sucas the Old Huves place. Help was so cessful ami your domestic life full of hard to secure at that time that he cut the logs hboisclf and in one week had pleasure, if you are not supplied with the house built. 15y great effort he telephone seTrvice of the Cumberland secured brick enough from the old Telephone & Telegraph Company? Weir mill on Caney creek to make a Everyone should have a telephone. chimney. Some Jernigan men from a You are connected with all outside different neighborhood helped hint at the "raisin." The house has been un- important points in local connections proved and is today occupied by the with all residences and business houswidow, formerli Christine Fortney, es. For any information call manalluded to, In Part I. On Jan. 12, 1011, ager, she passed her 82nd birthday. Mrs. Haves was the mother of six children Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated. three of whom are living, Charlie, Levi and ldi. The others, girls, have long since passed to another land. Ford Bros, arc in business to Many years ago a man was murdered on the ridge between the liaves home- stay, Take them your work, stead nnd the old Itedinan place and the place has been haunted ever since, so tradition says. It is claimed, that the headless body has neon seen on the ridge, but whether he is like Headless only time will tell. It would be au intercstintr experimeuJ for some young matter-of-fac- t Iventilekian to keep vigil near the present Eavps graveyard, some night when the moon easts dickering shadows ami Uie wiud shrieks through and find out if the Headless one still inhabits bis old hnttnts. One noticeable characteristic of all the early homes is that they are all marked by cedars, which stand live sentinels guarding the spot made sacred by its association with the long ago. Whether the cedars were planted by loving hands for beauty's sake or were already there, and in mercy left unmolested, or were brought from The largest line of the best baby the original home of the owned, to carriages in town are on display at keep the memory of the past is a mystery, however, every Roaik's. old homestead place bears the mem$8.50 TAILOR MADE orable cedar. There are many old hoinjus and sites of homes around TROUSERS FOR QQc Powdcrly which have not been men tioned in this sketch ou account of inroxA umiu mit oxt . iu onier t trotiucv oi(r hlli gnu), iniWIe to measure sufficient data. , lrcpt ftaui 11m Iter to weititfr, wo nre ofJfyr twenty voars after the war fering every in mi in the I'nltetl Suites a pair elosed the settlers unmolested lived of our Iiifrh smile regulHr priced t&JA tailor the peaceful, happy life of a farming uimle troiueitt to; our measure forSOeenU. j j j j j Irv-ing- 's Hort-ctnau- . ever-greet- i, PorOnly $4.25 GREENVILLE, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS W. A. Wickliffc, W. G, Duncan, C. E 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 arc a guarantee of careful, judicious management, BOYD & MARKS Merchant Tadlors Greenville, Kentucky A dollar saved is two made, so have your clothes made at home, by tailors. We save you no less than Sio ON EACH SUIT you buy from us. We also do cleaning and pressing. Our club ratcis 75c. per month. We guarantee all work satisfactory or money refunded. A trial is all wc ask. Telephone No. 16-- W. D. BLACKWELL & BRO. General insurance We represent tiie Home onrn n nf U1IU VU. Ul M writes all lnsur H 11. . M. .A kinds of farm and city property. Y 1 mm wz? '.1 FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY STEAM BOILER GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU WANT INSURANGE. . BLACKWELL GREENVILLE, BIB'S KY, IK'ople. (To In a few bHutt in ycab thai land hc joined her lm.v of .Spirits where au l? oHti:ni-i- l Kvcry mail enu aiipruelate tlio etmveiilenee of IiKvitig an extra pair of IhrMj stylish tailor uiudr lrotineri u It Ik a MMitve of imieh ln-ur- e he humcsiek longings sire luiuuu. Of the fyc children only one htirviveb, Mrs,. U- Kf Oldlpujj, Tlo btill owns pnrt of the 0S1I farm, ''ne llninfurd name n very oltl one: a detailed history of the family was written several years ajro. The South has numerous fami lies lMarinf that name, nil prolml.) m lull ts of the llrst John l'.ran ford who lauded in Virginia early i'i - LisGky 'Chief !. tut ueveulceulh century. KeSisiersd POlAND-CIHfi- A BOAR, iJartoii Wautherford lived but a short time after Iuh arrival. Ono son. Sam No. 790&0. Yeath'. rfvrd, mr.rrud Susan Kuv, , In service at Si. 00, due when v ueawty wjj typical f Kenluc M. Coorii'i. Livr p ctar e yet ei Jaca itioosui service is rendered. JGreenville, Ky. wonder iroa those who behold the al b.-.n-s whether for holiday, 011U117 or every day wear. We tloul limit you to any certain pattern, but yon can have your vholp.- - from a nlwk of the inotit fa.shiouabl? and deutr-Akl- e material! now Iteliig shown liy the higher priced UHp.im tailur.i in ths eat. Wo re making tUI remarkable olTor merely to onr new Premier Sytrm, of high grn'Je tuioiiiifr cut to your lntividnal incisure, direct from maker to wearer Having ) oil froia 't to liifj for your the c.it of what mi have lieen cUitli. 1 in tin )ini. KouMMiilnr llil-- i offer it f.r a liiuittl vulj. We aiv a reliable con cern awl mean Juat what we say. Send Stamp for samples aud measurement blanks. Ask for our special salt offer inl nampts eatalouue. Don't delay. Heod In at once and et the full benefit of thb. liberal offer. Write 11 h. j pj j The Greatest KcscNdYclty or the Century Send fcr Ucsurifttlwi anil Price List cA BLUE ROSE The New Rose (Violet Blue) Hailcil by thr. Rose Groxcrs ?ioxer Blue Rose. Very vlor- ous ami hardy, Free Blooming :- ftathaForcraHneroftheCorn- - GrccnltouscH JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT -: Princeton, Ky. THE l RESHER TAJ LOR S Chicago, 111. 13 ti. MaUibOit St. All work guaranteed at Ford Bros, Subscribe fo? c!he Record Only sc. 3 riiiifii ii r. r ii Improved Fire Alarm System. Y. 111. C. A. NOTES. Break Jail and Escape. Mr MR inn Hakes Etae Bakin BUTTEB EGGS And makes flic cake lighter, liner flavored, more signify, and insures its freedom from alum. 800 Receipts Free. Royal Cook Booh Send Name and Address. ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. The street committee of the city council has been directed to install a suplcmcntary fire nlnrm system, connecting direct with the water plant engine room. The material has been secured and the work will be done at once. The alarm box will be placed on a telephone pole corner Main and Main-cros- s street, and the alarm can be turned in by any one who discovers a fire. This will be an addition to the present arrangement with the telephone company, and in some cases may save valuable time, as it will not be necessary to have the call go through the exchange. The present system is very valuable, and has been quite satisfactory and prompt, but at night it is sometimes necessary to awake the operator before the alarm can be given, and during the day the operators arc frequently too busy to answer all calls immediately, and of course a party calling to turn in a fire alarm has no precedence over any other caller, as the operators have no way by which they can distinguish such a call. A few minutes at the beginning of a fire make a great deal of difference, and the new arrangement will add vastly to the excellent fire fighting system which we have. Telephone No 5 and your laundry I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. NOTICE. will be called for and delivered. Death of Mrs. Benton I). Dennett. el SOUTH BOUND. KO. 122 102 101 136 Louisville Express Uhiulnnutl Kiprttw Louisville LimitedCeutmlClty a o corn 40UT11 ll.SSiun 1.54 pm 1 .03 a in 7.15 pm 110UM). KO. IKS 121 101 MB 5.15 nui I'.'.IUpm Fulton AouuuuuoilnttHU 3.40 pin New Orleans Spcclitl X. O. Spce. (Loulxvtllc pnwr. only I .1.20 am W. (jTouAwronir, Agt 'line 5, 1010. anil Cairo ncuoui Give us your job work. Wc have been getting plenty of rain again this week. a' "V-- - An infant of John Vincent died Tuesday, having lived only a few hours. Homer Driskill, of Owens boro, was here a few days this week on a visit to his parents. Mr-- . , -- Messrs'. J. T. Chatham and Matt Wickliffe were in Louisville a few days this week on business. "Uneedit," a new drink, at lor & Poole's drug store. Tay-- Mr. Felix Martin, who is in State University at Lexington, is home to attend the marriage of his sister. crew of linemen is here doing repair work and making extensions to the Cumberland Telephone Co. system. A Yellow Danver Onion Sets five cents per quart. This is the best onion yet. C. M. Howard. Air. Otto A. Rothert, who is here for a few weeks, on his farm near Pond creek, has been spending some days m town with friends. Remember the auction sale at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, when Mr. G. E. Countzler will sell at his borne on Main street his household and kitchen furniture. Passenger trains from the south were delayed last week, on account of so many specials being run from New Orleans in the transporting of All rcgulaj Mardi Gras crowds. trains were crowded, and many specials were required, as the I. C. had the heaviest business this year that has ever been known for this important festival. EST Greknvii.i.e, K.V., March 3, '11. Muhlenberg County Union A. S. of E. will be held in Greenville on Thursday and Friday, April 1 must again insist upon ev191 1. ery local union in the county to send a full delegation both days as this promises to be one of the most important meetings in the history of In fact, it will our organization. decide the future destiny of the A. S. of E. in Muhlenberg county, both as a business enterprise and a friend tried and true in the hour of peril and time of need to the farmers. After material thought and due consideration of the plans recommended and adopted at the January meet' ing as I see it, it fails in every instance to have my approval, as it wholly ignores Equity. It makes no provisions to take care of the organization, and virtually makes a pool impossible, therefore, c shall no attempt to comply with ut de in all d in getting out a pool contract before our meeting in April. Owing to plans having been adopted that I consider arc not in accord with the principles and teachings of the A. S. of E. 1 shall on the first day of our meeting tender my resignation as chairman and managei. If the general membership want a wild cat and reckless business, or no business at all, conducted, 1 must frankly say that I am not the man yon are looking for as chairman, but should you decide that Equity should be the plan, and with specific terms that the general membership shall rule, then I shall be pleased to be at your service and command, in any capacity that I can fill, from an humble lay member on up to the highest rank and I shall ever be found doing my duly, no matter where. Again, let me insist on evry member doing his duty, lie sure that you pay your dues and maintain the organization in the county, whether we have a pool or no in 1911, as wc arc sure to need in the future as bad as wc have in the past. Last, but not least, I will ?ay, let every loyal, true equity member attend the county union April lay aside trivial matters and contentions, get on a platform of true equity principles, coupled with brotherly love, and Interest in one another's welfare, and in the good year, 191 1, you will sec our beloved order flourish and grow like a green bay tree planted beside the river of waters. First, last, and all the time, I shall remain youts true for Equity, and the farming interest of our country in general. J. F. JDoss, Chm. 6-6-- Mrs. Uenton 15. lcnnclt, aged 75 years, died at the home of her Mr. Cal Engler, on North Cherry street, at 915 o'clock Monday night, after a short illness from pneumonia, which was the immediate cause of death, but .deceased had been in failing health for some lime. She was a devout Christian woman, a consistent member of the Baptist church, and was held in high regard by all who knew her, The body was carried to Rockport, Ind., where interment was made yesterday afternoon beside the body of her husband, who died many years ago. son-in-la- Why not buy your goods from firm that will give you the worth of your money all the time, We do not have fits; we do legitimate business all the C, M. Howard. time, a The subject of The Last Supper proved to be a very interesting one and was thoroughly explained by Rev. E. D. Ryan. The song service was cspccihlly good and an impromptu duett by Mrs. Anderson and Roy Wells was enjoyed by all. Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the "Farewell Discourse" of Christ, These lessons will be considered. form the last week of the earthly life of Christ are very interesting, and you can not afford to miss them. All men and boys arc very cordially invited to these meetings. The Eagles gained another victory over the Owls on Friday night. As the season draws to a close these two teams arc making a close race Next Friday the for first place. Buzzards and Eagles play. .Ojily four more weeks to play. On Saturday night the Greenville V. M. C. A. team met its second defeat at the hands of the strong Bethel College team. In the first half the game was a little one sided, but in the second half the local boys settled down and the Bethel boys, although a much heavier team, only made one more goal than did the Greenville boys. Outside of being a little rough, it was an excellent game. The space for spectators was packed to the limit, and the cry now is for more room. A great many people were turned away that could not get in to see the game. The team goes to Madisonvillc this week to play. The board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock. This was the last meeting of the year as the fiscal year ends with this month. The board voted to engage the services of Mr. 'Geo. F. Anderson as secretary of the association for another year. Mr. R. B. Shaver and Secretary Anderson were chosen as delegates to represent the association at the state, convention, which is to be held in Danville, March 1619. It is hoped that others will be able to attend For information this convention. regarding it call and see Secretary Anderson. Best work, prompt service: you laundry will appreciate your patronage. Willis Allen and Tom Grahcn, two white men from Horse Branch, made the escape from jail here nbout 6 o'clock Monday morning, and have eluded capture. Jailer York released the men from the cages about 6 o'clock, aud when he went back to serve breakfast he discovered that the two men were gone. They had burned the fastening from a heavy oak door, that confined them to the corridor in front of the cages, and when the entrance was made they had access to an old, well worn hole through the ceiling through which many prisoners have escaped. The hole had been closed by a heavy iron plate which had been bolted down, but in some manner they lifted this and reached the garret, pushing off a 'small section of roof and jumping about 12 feet to the ground. They were charged with breaking into an I. C. car at Nelson Creek. Saturday at 2 p.m. at his home on Main street Mr. G. E. Countzler will ofler his household goods for sale at public auction to highest bidder. This will be a rare opportunity for bargaius. Death of Mr. M. F. WHEN EVENING COMES and you pick up book or paper you most fully realize the superiority of the electric light. If you are still without it by all means have us wire your house and place the lights where they will do the most good. You'll find the first cost reasonable, the running expenses low, and the lights the best you ever had. There's only one best light the electric. Greenville Lights Water Co. (i.Ncouror.ATUu) Ollk-- Hours,: 7..10 11 1 Watkins. l'lionc No. 251. Mitchell Francis Watkins, aged 64 years, died at his home near Luzerne at 1 o'clock Tuesday night, Bright's disease and heart trouble being the cause of death. For some mouths he had been in declining health, and for some weeks had been in serious condition, but his death was unexpected, dilation of the heart being the immediate cause of his death. Mr. Watkins was one of the well known farmers of his section, and a widely known citizen throughout the county, he being a progressive, liberal man who had the confidence of all. He is survived by his widow and two children, Mr. Eugene Watkins, who is in Arkansas, and a daughter, Mrs; Walter Lovell, who lives in this county. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery here, probably on Friday afternoon. 1 4 to 8 a. m. to 12 a. in. to 1.30 p. in. to 5 p. 111. E THEATRICAL EVENT ; 0E THE SEASON SOCIETY'S WHIRL You have read the hook sec the play, A play for your wives, sisters and sweethearts s PRETTY GIRLS E1EGANT G0WINS Another Howard Success Not How Cheap, But How Good. Seats Now Selling give vho NOTICE! All parties who.are indebtto the firm of R, Martin 6V (g. are earnestly requested to call and make full set tlements as soon as pos sible, as we are compe iding debts in order to make set- tlement with the R. Martin estate. R. MARTIN & CO. ed ONE NIGHT ONLY wA t L I Fric March 17 Mary Ann Iiliiott Dies. THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. j i Roark has received his new wallMr. John P. Hobble, representing paper, and invites the public to call the Kentucky State Fire association, and have a look at the new things was in town the latter part of the for 1911. week, and was calling on business property owners and tenants, and From all reports of our sister gave them straight talks about the cities, "Lost in Society's Whirl" dangerous conditions that exist in that appears at the opera house on some sections. He said that whole Friday, March 17, must be a very business blocks had to suficr higher clever social society skit, dealing rates on account of bad conditions with the 400, intcrspiccd with good in one or two buildings, and that musical numbers. Elegant gowns, there should be more careful super pretty girls, and a host of good visions on the part of the local au thorities in the matter of buildings. clean comedy. Roark's furniture polish is some what better than the rest, and is sold considerably cheaper, and with the broadest guarantee money back if not better than any you ever used. Joe Morgan solicits that grocery order, and will show his appreciation by supplying the best goods at the very lowest prices'. Quick delivery and courteous treatment. The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at $6 one Double-face- d way, instead of $S as formerly, and Record, Si 2 round trip, good 30 days returnTwo records in one almost at the price of one ing, instead of $16. Patrons arc of75 cents; $1.25. fered exceptionally good service by the Monon, which on night trains ftom Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing-rooPullmans, as well as tlie usual straight sleepe'r. The day trains have Parlor and DinMiss Annie Richardson, who has ing cars, and the very finest modern, been visiting her sisters, Mrs. A. new coaches. Inquiiies cheerfully W. Duncan and Mrs. W. G. DuncClub pressing rates St per mouth answered by E. II. Bacon, D. P. A.j Tiie Farmer and Automobiles. Protracted Revival at Methodist an, Jr., left yesterday for Cincin- at Ford Hros. Louisville, Ky. Manufacturers of automobiles as Church. nati, where she will visit for several seft that the farmer and the resident Kev. G. W. Hummel, of Ceutra.1 weeks before returning to hor home The Record 50c. par year. of the smaller cities will be the larg- City, is conducting a O rival service at in Hampton, Virginia. purchasers of motor cars from the Methodist est church here, beginOur customers have been get now on. Attention has heretofore Special wallpaper sale Friday and ning with the service Monday afterting 18 lbs. of Standard Granu-late- d been paid chiefly to the big cities, noon, Saturday at Roark's. and delivering sermons at 2 Sugar for a dollar for the but with the development of the in- o'clock and at 7.30 p. m. He is a last six months. How much dustry and the increase in interest forceful Well Known Citizen Dies. speaker, has a pleasing have ybu been getting? on the part of the communities away Mr. J. C. Atkinson, in his 67th. personality, and is making a very C. M. Howard. from the big centers, chief place is favorable impression on the large year, died at his home in the Cherry now being given to them. and growing crowds that hear him. Grove neighborhood at 6. 15 o'clock Notice to File Claims. The farmer has learned that he The pastor, Rev. Dillon, and the Tuesday afternoon, after a short illAll persons having claims agarnst can use the auto to advantage and pastors and members of other ness from pneumonia, and will be the estate of Esta Browning, deceasthat, like the telephone and rural churches in the city joining in the buried today at Cherry Grove bured, are hereby notified to present the delivery, it makes life on the work, and it is free hoped that great re- ial ground. There were a few more same pioperly proven to me in .my farm worth living. The profession- sults may follow these labors. widely known men than Mr. Ajbin-son- , office in Greenville, Ky., on or beal man, contractor and suburban and he had friends all over the fore March 20th, 9 1, or be fordweller have all discovered that the If you want more and better county. He is survived by a famever barred. f23 automobile enables them to have Large line of collapsible gocarts eggs, fat and healthy chickens, ily and many relatives. This Feb. 33, 19:1. more time for business and home, Prices right. at Roark's. buy 100 lbs. mixed chicken feed. W. H. Giuv, and are therefore using it iu greater Farm Land Wanted. JIV. Price $2. C. M. Howard. yeiftVdin. of Estc Browning, deceased. number. Your patronage solicited by Fordf The varied uses of the motor car Uros. Mr. Geo. T. Anderson was electFor professional Nurses, call will be displayed to advantage at ed secretary for another year at a the Louisville Automobile Show, For pure drugs, etc., call cm meeting of the board of directors phone No. 611, ICvansvillc, Ind. which will be held at the First RegTaylor & l'oolc, druggists. This will be Tuesday afternoon. Good service, calls prompily animent Armory March 1518. Inter-- ! gratifying news to every member "Lost In Society's Whirl," at the swered. Refer to Evansvillc hosest in the show is general, and the of the V. M. C. A. and to all our pitals and physicians. ni23t opera house Friday, March 17. is expected to set a new attendance A si rtion of farm land, 20 to 60 people, as the work being done here record. Gasoline and electric pas-by Mr. Anderson is of great import- acres, located convenient to city; All telephone orders promptly Save your home by having your senger and freight carrying cars will ance, and will tell for all time to ready for cultivation; improved or Hues repaired. Barkley Bros, do filled. Taylor & Poole, druggists be shown, aud everybody will be nnim proved j will pay reasonable come- able to find the automobile exactly cash price. Address N. O. 21, care this work in best manner. Roark has the largost line of suited to his requirements. The Rixoiu), Greenville, Ky. fi6 No matter what you want in baby chamber suites eve shown, on this to Telephone that grocery want See "Coombs & Co. Lefore vou Joe Morgan and get the best ood3 J. E. Coombs & Co. buy beef carriages or carts, you can find it in market, ranging from cheapest U). sell your beef hides. the large stock on display at Roark's. high giades. o 27 hides. Highest cash price. at lowest prices. 10-inc- h, 12-inc- h, Some one in your home prefers vocal music. You'll rather have instrumental. You can both be suited with a Victor in one ; Martiii'RoIl Mrs. Wedding. Minnie Martin announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Vannic, to Mr. David Morton Roll, the wedding to occur at the home of the bride at 9 o'clock next Wednesday evening, and will be witnessed by only the relatives of the contracting parties. After a tour of some weeks, they will live at their home on Cherry street. Mary Ann Elliott, in her 76th. year, wife of uncle Lindsey Elliott, colored, died of a complication of ailments at her home near the A. M. IS. Zion church at 2 o'clock last Friday afternoon, following an illness of many months. She was one of the oldest residents of the city, and about two years ago she and her husband and family celebrated the golden wedding, and some of their white friends were invited and in attendance. Interment was in Fairmount cemetery Saturday afternoon, following a funeral service conducted by Rev! Jrviu at the A, M. E. Zion church, of which she was a member. Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round Trip. jr, tot A. a, 1 1 . - 1( - i j 7 .1 1 9 Fximiture, Wllpper, Shades, mgs, Gr&.ve Undertaker's Goods: Coffms, C&skeis, Robes, Wrapper.', Slippers, Vailts. Disinfection ROARK i A DEGP MYSTERY SOLVED. decree. John had refused lo lake tin? ring hack. I want vou lo keep It until you Women Blinded by Science. die. Millie," he had said. "I don't rm., n.v.1,,1. trr!L-.- i hi: nrnjirrintlnn hi blame you. Vour mother doesn't think r -- i ihn iukLu :it hhuu her eves ti I'm vour social coital, and I guess no The Ring She Sold and the Hapis swallowing. fche lakes that were sure I could make what shofaith. If It should cure her sho If Is right. much on piness That Came to Her. drtssn't know what cured, her. Jf tlio .vou happy I'd run away wllh you. prescription Injure ; nor wioaorewi snow so lar ...I.-itw are Cut I'm not sure. Tnii 1 lut uiiv.sinin.il IB 1 HUM Ulll III" 1I.J..Ir above me. dcaret." wiiu different PW1p- exirorlmenthHi Dy JEROME 3PRAGUE. So Miss Mllllcent through all the UOUS tUl WO IIIIJP. i)i.uiiti:.raiii.i lCViviisht. !.'. by AMKcttl Ulorary stress of poverty had kept the ring. cine is snccesi-f:.- ! in tliv? cuso but often IIHR- rrw. "Will inrafirv ft !. It seemed a sacrilege to sell It scriptlon Is Inlet:. 1 1 mystify nd to II r. Koud.ill. I.r.ildin-.- n ltoufirc oh And -now. I'.ut the need was urgent. Sho uiitMt tne pan ow wno piiysu-iui- i WUnt's tlio um!iUl. tia Iku-- M. imtlr-nup'ltsition jin must not take bread from he months oxperlence andmy.tifyit rtho public,doca ncr jncV" notlielU vo In children. of Sarah Kendall's does ho gra..p at tho si.ir, but bulievci Mrs. Komlall cun to Ha kitchen Mllllneoes-carOn Monday, therefore. Miss that N.itur ervld.-- tt.I l widt h U cuii cent for the first time In her life enfor our rc.v'th c". haipincf:i. dor. "Well. I don't see how .n is VYMui v.v) help inking her in." tered a little secondhand jewelry shop, beyond tho woiaanirl. n it wl'l retoniI etaw "One mure mouth to feed," wild Mr. and when she came out there was a to sunshine. k- iA r.'u: c'irerfulno: and health Kendall as lie piled boxes and pupers roll of bills tucked away In her small nropir rest; w!un t!. b'.l'uewl uunevea li seriously UMlurooii iiiMUOcwir bag. on i bo .flames. that Naturo has pfscd at your hand Willi a shrewd Intuition she knew tho balance, cf iwwir for nood. IJIdden told her," aald Mrs. Ken'Well, many plants Amor! .;n to that she must not let Amos know that In our correct liuufonvta th."o iii(itrosini( dal! anxiously, "that she'd hive euro which she had nnv money. He would not be ailments which caujo wo;:ien to suffer tako pot luck, and that yon ahvi ys had satisfied until he had It In his "losses, be.;ring-dowpains, pain your chop or ess for break Tnst be- slon. and he would spend It as reck- v.'lth backacho.front ef t'ao brad, nervous In tho hack cr women wuo you worked so bard, nod that lessly as he did his wages. cause sii ness ami laiv.ic;o. Iovo Nature, v. iio t'.iro t wnnuer innmgn ate the leftover, the children and So It happened that mysterious packthe wood', havo at or. tlino or another rigid-th- at aud she snld that whs all ages began to appear at the Kendall picked tho beautiful blossom of tho Kho'd eat the leftovers too." is not mansion. One week it would le a lit- Lady's Slipnw(CnrlicdIvm). This plant. ll only a boaiitiful but a cry useful "Humph!" aald Mr. Kendall. "She tle ids: ready for roost lug. the next a Tho root of this plv.it when treated cot tired of that." Again it properly with glycerine t extract 11s lesr of lamb with greens. Hut abc didn't set tlrrd of It. She was a basket of groceries, a bucket ot medicinal virUio is "valuable In all cases r imptrnna nTiltAhilllv rr irriLahilitv.n ate hash and wanned over potatoes oysters, and on Thanksgiving appeared says L'rof. John AI. ScihUW, M. I). An- ami fried broad ami mysterious cu a turkev. r. b hwwi otlior anuioriiy, Unary resurrections ami said to Mrs. "There." Sarah said triumphantly as M. H.. s ivs of this plant : " kxerrises Kendall smilingly. "Uverythins tastes she showed the turkey to Amos, "yon special Intluenco upon nervous conditions depending ujion disorders of tho femalo so sood." can't complain now llmt you've got too organs." Aiioiucr piaoii mcn i m.-- Tin start you think so. Miss Milll nuinv to feed." nueuiiy lomm in our .viurn&nu iuhw mwt. cent." Sarah Kendall sakl. "You nl It's no credit to her." Amos grum llelonias. or Unicorn SIIVS 01The AwKKItlllS piSlll. meh bind, "that we get the things." CAK ntSl'ENSATOHY wav Imvu had everythlns ! U'THimil lliat It "possessesoufnlillll miiulitiilll Of nicer that I am almost ttKliiitiird to put lll.n,,r.o In mi "Well. I'll bet It Is." Sarah said ltuur lliincrs lufun VOIl." "Some of her old friends re probably tlio general svsteni, with weakness or She ilohisr for her that way. 1 hey don t dull aln in tho renal, or lumbosacral Mlllicent looked Unrightful. nsnra. couldn't tell Sarah the story of the want to hurt her pride by offering It (small of ot tno oacKj oii;an, n j uho ui too womaniy oases our most valuablo agents, acting as a onenlv." removing Hut If the Kendalls had observed uterlno tonic, ami gradually tho samo conditions, whllo at they would have seen that Miss abnormal lmjarts tono and vigor to tho eloselv tlmo It Mllllcent rarely partook of the luxuries organs." llence.lt Is much ued In caami pelvic tarrhal, .,..,.. ute drains. Irregularities SHVS. uer sensl that trraced their table. 'Jo 1rnf Kinir fnrlhor t..f..l live soul It was blood money that sho of Unicorn root: "A particular phaso had taken for John Tremont's ring romoveil by it 13 tho irrlUbillty and Hut Amos ate and bragged to his .'.......mimiKv Mint nfton nttoiids troubles (referring to tho ailments just nolehlmrs. "We had spring lamb yes mentioned). It has been found especially terday." or "Not many people can eat adapted to those cases in which pelvic x..nL..9 .) flm n..ittitT lwnnriiiir-ilnw- il strawberries at this season. onenns feel as if they trouW full out 0 Miss Mllllcent spent recklessly. Shi liic itomi." wanted to make Amos good mil tired Dr. Tierce, chief consulting physician and she liad found a way 13 VIlO inVRllUS llUiei aiHl i3iintir.il Jiiiatr i nt linfTuln 'V V snvs. iliat n Willi' The posses Hut she was not happy. principles of theso sion of the ring had seemed to bind binatlon of tho actlvo two natlvo plants together with Oolden her to her old lover. She did not know Seal ioot, Hlaek Coluwh and Illue Cohosh where he was. whether living or dead, root.- w hen extractifl uy the use of pure, glycerine of but he had seemed to be In her life f.t. t. Itwtivul nf nl.'iilliih. will until shti had sold his r(n almost invariably euro those iiecullar nailv she went to the Itllle Jewel veaknossos ami maladies incident to nearly dmn and looked In the window where women. That Is why Dr.toLMcrco, up In a, put Inside the lortv years ago, decided ,dPwxptttt', the ring was displayed. fuOPvJi o l tear golden circle were icir"Tio ha! TouwrTO useful In nls ,... 1 est." She wondered if some oinei '"A" lover would buy It and use that In Hi.?IJr. rierco is lrnnit unu cuu i uuim u u. mcuiciw, scrlntlnn secondhand Pierce's 1'avorlto rrescrlntlon ho tells I i:i it ho SSTS ,nl.f Ij ,.,.i (ill xv One dav as she stood, a little fragile as It serves only a. figure with faded curls falling in old It Is not a cnro-aliui wwuwu o nngieness 01 piir!?, fashioned style over her thin, whlto iMYunar vea niiesstia uumumi hm tlirollffll n..l,. inmlUInn llllf. nil for cheeks, a man stopped beside Iter. druggists tor tno euro 01 wn iiwiauira, said softly 'Mllllcent." he 01 which h;m: inewi She (lashed up at him a startled all tie; ingroiiionts nf li.uilintr miHlleul nrapLi glance. "Oh. John, John!" she gasped. ii.nuipj nn.l wrltor ni lieiiu? the verv nio nnu:riiu mi MIUMCENT." HE SAID SOFTLY best Known rcmeoios i had to sell it." which " Favorite Prevription" U advl-in- l. s Sell what Iwt lr.ar.i,il (ll the l'oaocr All ll.lu econotnv that she had practiced "Mr ring he ring you gave me." full satisfaction by perusiag a Ixvikietnf durlug the last years of her residence story of extract compiled by Dr. Pierco from It all mine out then-h- er in the old home. Slie couldn't tell how poverty, his story of work and ac standard authorities of lh" several sc1un1s cood tho hot. substantial food tasted of practice and whicii win no wmjm of wealth In the far west. iu to any in,aourevj on ;ifler the months of cold bread and oulrement guess N. Y. good enough to n.t lir 1? V Plrrro.. HiilTn o. "'"iv I'm "And coffee: of how Mrs. Kendall's savory llr. I'lprn 's KftVor'to and ham and cabbage take care of vou now. Millie, he said Is tho only medic! no for Irish stows triumphantly as lie finished woman a peculiar weakness and aflec made her feel as If she had feasted "Hut I'm such a poor little old Hons, all tho Ingredients of which aro to the butter tovallv wheu contrasted in IJu printed upon the thing." she faltered less bread and men t less hashes ou who tako It may "Don't." he said quickly. "You are English, so that nilthey aro using. which she had dined for over a year know exactly what forty-liveA far t.hn linnrwrvlrmtpd To bo sure, there had been cut glass voting to me. and what's a long, long life ahead ot popularity of tho "Favorite Prescription and silver on the table. Hut these Miss Why. we've of Dr. Plerco for tho hpeelal use of women Milllcont's mother would never have us et. dearest." 13 to DO louuu in uio inci uiaL ib wnwinia And with that he went In and pur Tin flrw-- nnt hn- n ilrnn nt 1rviliri1 allowed sold, so that the two lonely chased another ring and also one ot llevo that an alcoholic compound Is bene- women, the last cent of their Income i.u aiiwiiuiia ltCiai swallowed un bv bad Investments, had nlain gold, and in (lie morning Ihey womon lor llliwo the after-effeof spiritu becauo friends, who were married, with Sarah Kendall for ous wines or alcoiioiic mcoicmes is uarm kowlmI a little for Intimate invalid. IHTVOUB WOIIien. fnl tnr would not tell, and had thus managed matron of honor. Imn ilono "Favorite l,eM'.rlltton,Hmi vnrr. If What .w. 1, on a After rlonlit. .1 .uiii lo keap up the appearance or gentility, wave of that the Kendalls lived prosperity, for John Treninnt slintLirly altlieu-d- . nml yea Clvc It a cooUi lint when old Mrs. Kstabrook died it JiUr um falilitul trltl. nil had to come out. Everybody In never forgot Sarah's kindness lo MiniTwining Town incur at Inst that Miss cent And whenever Amos Kendall grum Mllllrcnt. whose family hurt for geuer 60 YEARS' bled about Ills work or worries Sarali jiUoiir lorded it over the siirronudlug was left without a penny and always stopped him. "You Just ri ounirv. except for the kindness of her old member how you ued to fus silent servant. Rarah Kendall, would have Miss Millie." she would tell him. ".ind had to be dependent upon the chnrity all the lime she was an angel un awares." of the town. Miss Mllllcent bore hoe misfortunes Rimninn Water Frozen. 90 Trade Marks wllh seeming calmness. It Designs rtnnnlnc water Is immiMy the good to bo tilled once more wllh food Copyrights &c. It does reside In thing to freeze solid, and when 10 rft he Sarah's warm n'.iCl'',i nrJ ocscrlnttcn may Anrnnosindlnc milcly nsrerM'u c r i i .n.m froo wlicil.er n stead Of shivering over a few coals in the cold must be extreme. J. Claude r.ha!.iT r '''"''''l inTonttoti HAHDBOOK onl'ulents hegr.eat bare draw) us room, that the White in the Wide World Mugirine iitpnr. Iron. OKI' nt n: om y gives the following descripjlun of this . recelT llnun ,t HI tie lady forgot pride, forgot every tnKen thr .vu l'ntollts charge, tatbo tptrtal notice, without very rare occurrence-- 1 lie freezing ot a she was comfortable ihimr but that p,on)U torrent in a single night: She sewed for Sarah's seven chilScienSIflc The phenomenon was one that I Jnreetl dren and earned her place in the A Imndsomclr llluntnilixl weekly. of uny ncioitiuc imirnnl. Tertti. SS a have never before experienced - a run iioimehcld. your; lour tnontbd. tU rtuldbyoll pewsdeakfrs. ning river frozen solid In a ulglit: JJut Mr. Kendall grumbled. It was New York MDNK&Co.3G)8road When we arrived the waters of this n e&tra mouth, he kept InfiJ.stJijg. Urancb Offlcc. C35 It" SU Wnktmstun. li. C "H'a n extra help, too." Sarah told stream, tumbling over the grent bowl iitm. with (laAilins eye. "intt don't lirs and rushing throug'.r the tortu think' how much her sewing lifts oft ous channels, wade a deafening ro.ir. Gradually, but aj'most Imperceptibly. me" Mllllcent was no! bl)nd (o Ken- the tumult decrease,u. wuti.e. worn ogi Miss tlnll'B attitude. lint she enlinred pa after a hard day. we fell asleep. A few hours later, when we awoke. tienlly. for Surah's loyalty and the deatidr silence prevailed, and on iove of the little children made up for to take Cardul, for your female Intense surprise. uinnY thlnss. I'.ut tlje time came when looking out. to troubles, because vc are sure It found that the rushing torrent of the even Sarah could not protect her from vill help you. Remember that previous night had been transformed Amos crossness. til's great female remedy "It's hard enough to earn n living Into a solid mass of ice! In this re for vour own." he Hung out one Satur gion n( flstronie temperatures I haddlav nteht as he came In with a heaped on other oecasli)K seen torrents tro"Seven zen. but never under such startll'r-no basket of provisions. conditions. On looking round we found mouths to feed aid one extra-I- t's enough to make a man break dow- n- that everything" we possessed was a (so frozen solid. Including oijr sailille or butter at 3.1 cents." has brought relief to thousands of Sarah dashed an anxious glance al mutton, which was merely u block of jiher sJck women, 50 wny not 10 the Utile lady wenl lee. We were ravenous, but we got Miss MIIHeetit. but vc-? For li?atljicho, backache, the good wo no satisfaction from gnawing at lumps on sewing calmly. m:d j:tlcdfcii! pina, fama! Vaak-iiM- i. of rock which ought to have been a with If hW iimn pwpy liave said a is "ins ftul Miss Mi!lient had board, and utcculent Joint, and so. despite .tn oursrlves to Dest medicine ic tska." Try U i t)bt itffc when she went to her tittle hunger, we had -- content which we rAtL.btah op i the eares. sue iok with a little ten to make Sold In Tills City M fnwtttf hiding (iare the one treasure melted Ice -- nml few biscuits. i6C out of tlte wrect: or uei left ttr Worse. fmlmie. it "Hofs vour wife nut you on llie car It was the pearl ring that John No matter w bat typewriter you use, pet wlit-- j mi llsnlwip Ur?" IimiI dren her on tbrlr betrothal. 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