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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1WWi Wf t E4 opkinsville entu kiani A t a4 te lam xxxl1 HOPKINSVILLB KENTUCKY TUESDAY JANUARY 4 1910 On k 1 1 tfi t J r1t 1 fJt 1 I r ti f L r NY HONORS a FOR THE BRIDE f t January Bride Is Being L tverwhelmed With At teptions r DINNER PARTY TONIGHT Brilliant Nuptials of Miss Herndon and Mr Stites January 5thr The marriage of Miss Joy Morri f son Herndon to Mr Gervais Taylor 1 Stites which will take place tomor row will be the principal society r event of the week and a wedding of exceptional brilliancy Miss Hern don is one of Hopkinavilles most = The of and Bank will bo under the new its tP saving will feel perfectly = at home in the new as James West of Sie 6nd the con solidated beautiful girls and is a reigning belle of universal iiv the social circles During the last thirty days society events have given II her honor On December 4th at a meeting of the Oumswee Club of which she is a member held with Miss Jean McKtip formal announcement vas made of her approaching marriage With the opening of the Holiday season other were held On Dec 28th at Hotel Latham the Oumswce Club gave a general recep tion in Mis3 Herndons honor with cards dancing Miss Carlotta Gregory gave her a Linen Shower on the afternoon of December 30th from 2 till 4 The same evening M H Nel son a bridge party the mem bers of the Oumswee Club being Jeanie Graham gave n Collar Shower in her honor on DC 8Jst in the afternoon The same evening a dinner was given at the Elks Home which was one of the principal ty events of the Holidays Mr Hi ram Thomas was the host New Years Day Misses Fannie U 4Old Oaken Bucket WhiskyStraight 100 proof a 4 whisky for 3 per gallon Bottled in Bond whisky 98c for F1L QUARTS Whisky from 175 to 5 per gallon Just a Little Better Than the Other Fellows s at FERD SCHf iTT A 17 and 19 Seventh Street Hopkhsville Ky j WIf y and bank bank many been and Mrs gaVe socie Ample for the hand of and check ing accounts arc by the Planters Bank and Trust It is the aim of the to render and efficient accounts t are invited All persons who receive or pay out money should of the Phelps and Betsy Ware gave a relcoption from 3 till 5 oclock It was a brilliant and largely reo Misses Noe gave another gen eral at Hotel Litham last night which was more largely the Misses GoldI thwaite will give a Dinner honor of the party I The young men of the city will also give a dance at Hotel Latham OUT To A Little Boy Tenn Jan IThe 5I son of Mrs West near was shot by Peter Hill 17 years old The boys eyes were shot out and his face disfigured a full load of shot an old muzzle gun taking effect He is in a very The is to have been Miss Grace Carmen Mathew3 of Mr and Mrs lL J Mathews was married Dec 29th to Mr Dennis M Wilkins at Lexing ton Ky Both parties lived in this city and are at this time and friends here Shel Mr E T Shelton and Miss Carrie Maddox of Julien were united in Sunday at the Manse of the First Presbyterian church by the Rev E H Bull Dont think that piles cant be cured of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Oint ment 60 cents at any drug store rfiII aaC o r 11 er- p r n tn eft TWO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSt E CONSOLIDATE if The Planters Bank Trust Company the Commercialand Savings Bank been consolida ted under the title 3 i The Plantersu Bank and Trust Company H- 3s The consolidation ofthese two financial institutions their thereby forming one of the largest financial institutions in this portion of the THE PLANTERS COMPANY now affords every facility for the transaction of any financial business through the fol L lowing Saving Account i Saving Department the Commercial Savings continued management depositors Commefcfel President Savings trftanklsPf side1tof popularly highest I receptions guestsMiss Checking Accounts facilities ling commercial afforded Company management avail themselves acI attended ceptionThe receptipn even attendedThis evening wedding EYES SHOT Awful Accident Clarksville yearold Ringgold horribly from loading precarious condition shooting thought accidental WilkinsMathews laugher formerly visiting relatives tonMaddux marriage afternoon Thousands and and have unites resources = State BANK TRUST departments prompt servicotand cordially Trust Department =J F Garrett former pre i =dent is now Chairman of the Board of Directors and in charge of the Trust Depart ment of tho Planters Bank Trust Company and the char Itet of the company provides for its appointment as Execu tor Administrator Guardian eTrustee and Agent All fidu ciary matters are held in the =strictest confidence and a Will naming this company as =executor may bt prepared with absolute privacy f of its l rge capital and resources THE PLANTERS BANK i TRUSTCOMPANY affords positive safety for money either Savings or f Commercial id furnishes assurance of reliability for the adminis i courtrt Planters Bankrust Co I= HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKYf- d =OFFICERS F James West A H Eckles J F Garnett1 =ki President Cashier Chm Board of Directors and Trust Officer TlJ McReynolds Vice Pres Ira L Smith Secy Trust Dept eftF UUUU4UdUUUU4UU444UU4 NEW FACES ON f THE S UAHE Full Complement of Demo cratic Officials Now In Charge A GENERAL EXODUS List of The Officials Who Yesterday Began Their ti I Term All of the district and county of seers elected last fall entered upon their duties yesterday Judge J T Hanbery and Denny P Smith began terms of six years as circuit court judge and common JudgeHanbery Mr Smith succeeds himself Of the county officials the circuit clerkstterm is for six years and the others serve four years Hereare the changes COUNTY JUDGE J Walter Knight succeeds Chas 0 Prowse Miss Ruth Knight suc ceeds Miss Alice West as stenographer COUNTY CLERK Robt T Stowe succeeds G L Campbell Vigo Barnes succeeds- W R Wicks as chief deputy Miss Nell Cayce is retained as book keeper WR Wicks remains as temporary assistant COUNTY ATTORNEY John C Duffy succeeds himself as county attorneyCIRCUIT CLERK Walter A Radford succeeds Claude R Clark George Lackey of Pembroke succeeds J Feland Clark as deputy clerk SHERIFF Low Johnson succeeds Jno M Renshatf as sheriff Jewell W Smith becomes chief deputy suc ceeding Juhn Boyd Miss Mary Johnson the sheriffs daughter will be a book keeper in the office COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Miss Jennie West succeeda Prof Will E Gray The latter will accept a position with the Forbes Manufacturing Co- COUNTY JAILER A E Mullins takes charge of the jail relieving S T Fruit the nomi Continued on Fifth Paeol XMAS Is one of the time- sallhousekeepers are especially par ticular about their cakes Take no chance and use the above W 1e Cooper Co Wholesale and Retail Grocers L CUT P R ICE sT J FOR CASH ONLY I All Ladies Suits at I I HALFPRICE t All Ladies and Childrens Cloaks at HALFPRICE e I K T M JONES Main Street Hopkinsville Ky A iL MANAGEMENT I Bank The success of a bank and the of the funds intrusted wlhtoit depend upon a judicious theadministration of its affairs I OLD Every officer of the Bank of Hop E bankR J i J E EDirectors are all well knowni 1 for their business I L 1ability and financial standing Ii The strength of this bank lies A capitalr13surplus and resources but in 1 reLE conduct its affairs Bank of HopkinsvilleHo- pkinsville I Kentucky j FIRST NATIONAL BANK HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Only National sank in This CommunitWv+ Capitalt 7500000 Surplus 25OOQOO StockboldersLiabilityV 7500000 v 1 ISSUES PAILSofHAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits A CHEERY GLOWING FIRE is what you always obtain when you use coal from Underwood Buckner West and you will find it is the best coal for grate stove furnace or range Tnat tho best is always the cheapest in the end will also prove that it is the most economical coal to use for the furnace and range UNDERWOOD BUCKNER WEST INCORPORATED Phouoat Cub 78 Home 1544 0 n TE B LONG PreaIAeati W T TANDT IrIII1- JMo B T Icz 9ioePreIGent CITY BANK Ic TRUST Q9-N CAPITAL STOCK + SURPLUS DARNED Tkis Tiaak is prepared to atas txeoatar A1m- Truetge it m tGs agad lwrforra iatiesJa all iIth4r Titku Pli ox TON TITiRI 1 l I I I E It J J F- It t I NI11 r I ij I I rI 1 It i j I rt 1 s 1 1 I 1 u- I I I I EjI F r I 1l j f r pia 1- f i d3ED DEATH iJpNiiVU1 l The poisoned Arrows of some of The of n t Africa are ter fly effective weapons rheynrc titq beautifully mode smooth in- th enrelully wi- tIturawh1 feathers 11 tVi tbJng liven sometimes to the fcutlib rBomcthing 1 have never seen i- satpa off tit 11 g ibcg to git tl rofIhl vein ug Igl t like UI t iU L rhe rrpw fie jrom iron w re The Shaft icfine split bamboo cane Into this shaft fttsonct1y a i woo t i e sonic six mchc tl 91d I thief again tIle barb d poin IS fn enei The steel head of the arrow and the j Sromrood top piece for two inches or more are smeared with the much dreaded poison The kongoni sturifc Uyt Ulelbloj rashes off and the feather shai drops leaving the ironwood ad and barb of the weapf nJ KiVili I wound If the poison is fresh and a shoulder or a neck shot has been mnde the Ndorobo say posjtjvel I ntno beast will irimva da yards I am inclined however to think that they exaggerate some j What the action of this T ldti f it is very deadly there is nodoubt J Newman who lived among the Kc 3 mia Ndorobo satisfied himself or i that In a mans case its deadl action was almost instantaneous ti Quito lately ttR rc 1 PP9J1cIl a m ll- t fight between tent Mftsui yfount bloods some Kumasca who weed the same ppjsoij on their ar JTOWS The Masai were cattle steal ing and had the temerity to attack A small village The Kamasea saw them coming d lying in the grass let then raiderUe tiict p11eir s li la3 in reak their spears no enemy al least should over wield these and lie T the brtkeii weapbns Gallant fellows anyiyay The bo ten wtfrgear was takeu by the Ka ccfrhe1 strung il or as they pre the natives will seldom with their really g 5bd bowl anti arrows Jjlic old and jnferior weapons orcnot iiard tb buy poisoned arrow I E Isliintapeed Carpers Weekly riMiNoJ Wtlvp Hh Rights Can 1 have two good seats feU- aqwhn behind a post nndon tHe aisle asked the quiet gentlcma- ialtliemvofliee j t- r1ltrccdolhrsupiccergplic tlip tick- etsitliot call for scats in the last row behind a post andin the mm I die M the rqwiaf thgtY f But these arent what I want1 objectst1fdmnnt t O IriCant that Got tp tike em or nothinsjIida lie tickd seller obviously irritated tiLpqk here jol n thnicway ftd trilk1 to geqjlo o e here to buy scats Huh ifoa o the theutotPhlu ti jtTl- T do I happen to be the new owner i r letpogplcttIlaUi ou very y can getiijifor nothingLife li1 ll egte4OrinceO4- There used to be an gentleman wlibliVedifpi oho of the par ishcs of Louisiana who was noted for h r tt lcntltnd punctualitV Arriving1 in New Or teens firsts tinre he nccosted gJn1 bo1 I t tva 911hstreett J tlpYNt jj + f ndinsld h out his watch g thOTStCliarles hotel 3 Well said the gildedyouth- you may go but dont but i ha f janh uri Min I II l i iGettInaBijck ntHIm A1 boy recently attacked ano er who hud been warned bViliis parents notto fight yhpphc 910wmgM- ologue ensued 13nd a lard blow r J arms with 1JtGOOd Tommy I because i promised n4voigstrihe a play matcbuf1Idckn on the shins how do you like thatr Lon don PickMeTJpUL rwi1 j I Only PaT pRgn A iJl W JJflforjJ went woisc- i ho toldfte lint h 1 Jc ted down pulledllitncelf to- gelaiok he would wrtO to me but I ilLfwdfyovey heard froia Iiiiu tia Q tiBi1ord 6vj town up In- I1no i 11y1W1 t hOf mQl1tlil e TTlJffh a trr flownyliu AC llllf ho h41t feu ether yet1An ilIa GJ9bfllfiitrl MUSHROOM POISONING The VinYl It Acts ahd How It S110uld i f Do Treated i 1 When one considers the frightf ronspquenceft of gathering nnd cut ing poisonous mushrooms in miiUi for the variety it is little short of marvelous ono without knowledge should dare go into tho fluids and woods und plek und ont any of tho fungi growing there If one fJtlIQ OUJhlrt ftttviiar 1th a UrtlruI6r o edhbl nntdh- r oni and cfit disWngnlsh it t San1lt fSin nil oilers however sinlila ind or and 140 its stlfctoJ nt that particular arioty but one must ty rare of other nds that rcsctub le ifor r pyghatho differanc Jii ithpearulct one may be e1iblo and the other poisonous Therjc is no absolute rule for disUnglli th the ediblo from tho poisonous kinQ and it is bettor therefore to give ho nOqJ rules but to follow pnl One Suspect every mushroom whic you do not know positively tjfl qible To this rule pcrhrfpsiiia DC aiidedn second Learn to tinguish the white spored agarics and avoid them till for althoug there is an edible spbcics it require an expert to tell it and the poiso ofanother species is deadly In there is no known antidote for it The chief poisons in mushroom are two in number muscarin dnd phallin The first of these produce symptoms resembling those of alcoholic intoxication followed by con rulsiojis or paralysis collapse am death rom heart failure These symptoms come on soon after the mushrooms have been eaten In poisoning by phallin tIle toms do not appear until sevQral hours after the meal They resemble cholera beginning with seveTel abdominal pain soon followed by and collapse I vomitinmrrpurginfrLo pOi on be i duce as soon as possible and a lure dofe o f castor oil be given to hinter uijabri Stimulants are edcd to sull ort the heart and milk coiitininrza i abundance of magnesia or Jatc of sodium may e en Jufot1QJrins flliropinoJ tomanionOur System of Notation Some system of notation hast een Ised since time out of memory The first record wo ftave of it is of figures written with a stick on a flat 81lr aCe covered with sand Boforc liift all calculations were modq with ebbles beans nJ1 the like ven low the Chinese do their calcul tilig with little stones or beads stjuul on wires in oiljamo The llqmnni first used vertical linesI IT lII etcto ex rfss numbers The Ara tic figures winch we common use- 1t n the Arent time are of uch- earlier date The Arabic is chiefly valuuble on nccountfh- egrt convcniaJice it affords b gte- i inure li laJte bcqr to the place it occupies in the ib ig evflvm tlfeffnost JineijBy cnn cfressed by the iharaeters which form the ntimcr cal alphabet rjto Anmdsose I A1 freak tclicato tman W1- lSw4ccqdiJan inv iitds chair t the b ok ipartrndnt dlict latest tbig I buyhr n Vansrncitvi1i blooQ 1n tiieir jlcaEcl JtiotKt3he in a voice t Y- was scarce ilifivi u wluspclIH Just thcnn cl1 b cd manwitharcfl neck stnmpdhn tfwarifrlrlBtoiy in the lavenu 1 saner Itl cqHl i spokentwhat they wcrelaftc r uq k i Strongly Intrenched olt4ILQ1Y PYpuseiippf nlllwar I anted tlc belief that le t fell withi soap f and cs4tferl some ur cJ fUln p lIiu ia lntnoeisnuorliilvheroiclp g6 Itfokdd II1Ii dvcr Suadlyhe hun el hIm a doljijr 1 pa totvt tfhe 1t1lOlabeJhe cirdAslafl6d for Itlie illoor And oh hy thp way themi1h- f lei f clflled rfftoi himtif theres Dny change Icfttijke another n liJj Aii Effective At thobidsiae tither ttu t1 a1Cvh asSmolcd humorist five actors 1R1 1n 0rafludil + llporsptrdtion I 1Itolbil y 1IH qti aril t p his I CU I IlnCf s1for 1- 1tow iiiohients turned III i head f irnrdithe- i1owp mid wIt pored n ith A dry clackI VTust send in trr iul niV In I1fhnt viii brinj it on at I nee Ladies Homo Journal I i X Invariably Good r Upon the production of the richest and purest of whiskies our every effort is directed The grain used the pure cold spring water at our command our method of distilling purifying arid aging = all are interwoven so firmly that it would be ss II to prdduce any but the best whisky in Cascade t I i i IGEO A DICKEL CO Distillers Nashville Tennessee Jin1fftt ZiA JS 1fEf r li = iu JnJ I c i tAld No 7GI 5tEibhr Street HopkinSville Ky I ii I j h ur i 4HI J i t COMEND tljVirHUS1 N AGR AND FREEI MEDiTERkiANEAN TOURI + I We axe gong tQ send twentYI yung wo r lmch between tffeiages of 46 and 50 r i I I white of good cl aracteij on a tvW1 fI mQnitlisjtqur Tto the Medi erraneanThe 4 I t iI I I Azores Mad iri Gibraltar Morocco Southern France andfftaiyj ate illpay v 1 all expenses of every kind for a thorough- iI I enjoyable trip j 1 Tile Tfiiit llrll 1ersou lIy Conducted I Li I e- Wroite l tbth Tours h raid touisiville kJ J t paJtretts farnati ni j t r 1 fIJ I i I I I f r J At04 1 jV i l W RElI ALAg ANL 1LrASURE f 1 i II II MAS E FOUND I f i i 1 1 DAWSOPH r ii4vf I V r JrijiM j I t p r = lJI 1 11 a7 1 waters are worlri gfi ttfjtntMeAl t rfiA phei Hotel withaca THE ty to take carN ia12fwtiu ttsicutilrilfot9t e Ct1 of the I I1 I IUt q d stati9f- lsurpunded by a beautiful 11 rrveThe 116 chalYheatt well is in the yard and the cklRebrated s-uttt IU lOU nrd tram the Hotel The wells are ownedby the JIotgjIArcijdm and the v ueyts of the Hotel have free adccss to them M si ft II htdJ nj5 iil rjjgiand J qrfag the enters tSCUauitr Ie III r11 iM L dU t I Ji 2 bo per Day 10 ti O ier Veekt3Oplerdnth4 t i l Children 10 Year J and Und r 5 b9 poi V 9R f Nurses an Maids SV 00 por Day p I fl j j A i v i t Tn nnniv tri A fl1ttnQtlllfJnI A JIi N M L M A HQ el A oadla 1IVVcI g 4ThGItylL1A5t7 1 I4JI1 1J J iI I J I w POr l IrlII I k i fllil 11trG H td t r ii r t 1HJr o our ri1j11i r iIe 1J Large Assortment a Iof Type it1a to Serve You JJ 11 Jr E PRI f IfLcj i M What Yotr1 Want IL IIlThe Way You Want Ict1 tqfti And When You Want It tt I STSAM 1 iI FiTTiNGis a very important part of our business Whatever your requirements in this linoi us 1We know youll gladly en dors oufcj bets JJ r UsfIght gtIncorporated ufc o tB lYdi1ll Stowe J-J 1WblainWaMsI f tK sfHome Paper i 3 1 1 J If MAKE HERi j PPXBY TAI iI t IT THE fEA12 tp rJ l t itFennJi Cave t Is dJA iJOLLAh sir AT711OMr- Is n Dollar That 14ay Come Back l J 7 XogrPree I L Gpntrali5jj Tne Tab 20 Taking Effect i Ai Nv281 orjVAST ROUNDt- 411No ieldlrob itisGill 61 r00Cp r t o 1V11J6r710 pm No 14teavaIlo k ns a 800 nml- ArrJvcfN slvlIelr tlLJ5 m I iWEST BOUNP No 11 Leave Nashville 810 am I t Arrive Hopkinsvilie ll20arn No 18 Leave Nashville 535 pm S HopkinsYiI 845 pjfm T L MOHROW Agent l Special Low Rats i TnII i i Vstiing Places5 H W er 11 Reg ts Florida Georgia bama Mississippi other Southern jj Soutli western I sorts aft winter to- i ist rates vt Call dii Llf itvtitkct npront Tw will take pleasure in npaistirg you planning your trip gild making Pu man reservations quoting rates ct JOHOOE Agent- 114I I I N TIME TAftlP TAINS 101fmtbRnt No 62St Louis Express 9 55 a a No 64 St L Fist Mail 102apio No 92C St LXim 625 ns- NO 5G JHppkinsvijlhAc 855 p ni No 9l 554 pam i TRAINS GOING SOUTH No 5l7rit L Express 635 p m No B3St L Fast Mail 533m mINo 95DIXIO Flyer 932 m No Si and 54CO alCUL St Louie allIthe MnU weit r i No 51 connects at Gutone for Meupfilc Hi P lDtl far south a Ede and for UtrlnIndnniti and thclKMr No S3 and IS make direct connection aJGut tie god txHiltTllle Clndnniti and ay ptit otb and east thereof No S3 sod SS tO1I- 000t cc for Wcmplte lad W3V polnu j- Vo 92 ruDI thrcich to ChlvAxu ao r carry passen err to point Souu ot Allo tarries through sieepers to S JNo W through sleepers to At c31J icon adcoaTlJle SI Augustine and Tampa FI- Alao rullmin ileencn V New Ojleaqs Oca eirav Guthrie points at and Went Jf 1 irlll nbtearr l cil parfxcngitni for JYlt a ND- nnubtJJe rnnYcfHDOE 4gt CARLSBA JF AMERICA F ench Lick and West fee Springs Ind J R Now reached by direct Hnef t e- Sq Jir1ier11 Jail a 6OOjmInn t n 11J a ln 1- yI J iTrdyrrive Frcpch Wick 10254tlljfco pm iV5 pBaJ rfijo Jct DJjlcn pm StlO pm 1 OUND TRIP RATES LIMIT 30DAYD EvansvilfoHo Finch Lick 316 y n ittWetB denX320 IWqkport torcnchLick 1262 t 1256CaI 0 J blfdyNi Baden 276 Tell City to French Lick X261 I 11 e 1 Baden X264 Troy toTrench Lick 1244 i4 oWestaBadQn 1248- T p BFAMrdiJ A G P tr E 4t1 t t eice y tPS 14PrieI 1 f T 1 oJ JIl ybu lire putting in any new UP Po tg this year1 irqu will save mon to see r Fence Jtosts I willlastI oats of good Coal Tar I 1 1 Any quanity qtUf J cThts i iilka1 l i ity Light C I t i lnoptPprotcd V 1 r- w fr I 1 J1 II f I tr ii iY 0I I J St I- p S I s iI l T WY yy u F j to s J if t i t 1 1t 1d r tt t 4 i I i b j JI KlNSYlLbbS KEa iltlARKBT PRICES as s r s epottea andoeted1t- rsday j i H Dec 2 1909 Tightly uhl lige u 1 I t t+ G GnOtERIESl fl bV r h Untrry 1ardgaodrboldf acid cIi 1n per potndIuntJY Won t7opqrtun lackeyed peas unfryshoulrlersl9cpdrpoUnduntry a orthdcn seed R Be potatoes 90o- bushel3 t 1t 1 Lorthern eating Burbttnkipbtd vOc per bushelr- oes Nortffetn citing Rut i1 56tatoes Oc per bushe 1 Potatoes Irish 26c k I Yell w eatintfonidhsi 12Q per- bu9hel Red eating pnloris lOO per tiushe Dried Navy hearts 325 per jTennesseeDried Lima beans 6Jc per pound Country dried iipplea lOc per pound l Country dried peaches lOc perI poundVDaisy cream cheese 25c per pound I Fttllcream brick cheese 25c per pound tt t Full cream Limberger1 cheese 25c perjiognd j Popcorndried on ear2cpdr pound Sweet potatoei 100 per bushel Choice loW fresh well worked country butter ih pound prints 80c FRUITS 1 1It Lemons 25c per rlptaGfi Navel Oranges25c3Oc45p pr doz Bananas 25c doz w i Now York State apples SOO to 6JO per barrel J j t POULTRYv f t Spring Chickens Oc per pound Dressed hens lOc per pound Dressed cocks 7c per pound t Inre hens tics per pound live cbckB j8V poundJlivc turkeys 14c per cased geese f 1 cpertIpbund fpr holoe lotsr y r r f Ci t t 0i I TI dItCC ittWl iattls fJ D Yids fIArh rica intellecti6tti astocku ill isr e able to manw rnu3f keep of the trites Secalic it gives him the news of dfaYiua on ic readable f W B 1 use it f1i ti wh la dy t Yu V n m iJliIYVI ru Fresh country egg 80 cents pot I dozenA demand exists for dressed thickens turkeys geese and choice betterYounga pound HAY AKD tRMr Choice tirriothyhaytJi13 No1 timo1llvhiV x+ ll tof2f Ko 2 timbtha 1050 GKoice closer uyltObrNo 1 clover hay 1000 y No 2 clover hay 800 Clean bright straw hay 400 Alfalfa hay 16 00 i Whiffe seed oats 50c I i Buick seed oats 45cv I 7at l4 fxbd sedoats 40c i tV 2 white corn 75b i No2 mixed corn 73c Winter wheat Bran 2100VChops OOit If l 717 irRbojrs+ ti1DE + WOOL A 4D TALLOW Prices paid by wholesale dealer ti buthers and farmers Roots Southern ginseng 500 lbf dolden Seal yellow root 140 Ib Mayiipple 4c pink root 12c and 13c 4c No 2 3Jc Wool Burry lOc to 21c Clear Grnnso25c medium tub washed 33c to 35c coarse dingy tubwashed 18c to 23c white goose 32c dark and mixed old fioose 15c to 30c gray mixed 15c to 3Ji1 white duck 22c to 35c new Hides and SkinsThese quotations are for Kentucky hides Southern green hides lOcoWc quote assortec lotsdry flint 12c to 14c 910 bet tor demand Pride Is Necessary II pride rtiojf bb allowed to ibis or that doprfp clsp attuqn 9flnnot kcop his dl nlt In tbaro taunt ttt4rriI9lisfbl n pride John sldonIc r1I In of Fcfjfeirfri g 11 R ect Come JpsIabV1 s Mrs lyi after the waiter line JO foiielr r salad h tip emj riwiljf n clack nbput something or 11 think we never ct In a firstclass place before Some Words of Wisdom fU may bo true said Undo Eben dat riches dont bring happiness But dat aint no good argument fob to do yuther textremo nn wrestlln wlf debts LETTER HEADS COMp IN AND PLAiCE YOUR ORDER WORK IS RIGHT a PRICE IS RIGHT r l t I rThat N essasry Magazine f1 V o t fqr the mant ot fh 1 pifdfessiferiajl hian 4ndthist H IYr v v j lr 11 1- i 1 IIi II fjat S i real TallowNo j j i gain I a t11- f ir I i 0 v t iJ- y i A y ft i r rrSJKy I Ir i i y rH i j 1 flie1ieW Rev1eiW1 aA I fltheau3eitis buytfdsincss thIfPrihIaltP9Ai Itcpfulfolira FeathersPrime tidfyilaVj OVR ARE hlffQH bfiVv jr of liSlawsII Prdgrcii of atc evtV t trtc d Il 5thy of thf nibnt book reviews the gist of the best fvhlclAT hat appeared irutke other jhagaiincs I I and neVsplpers of the v orldf pitjjy1 dui1 5er ketches O arid 1ntf L articles on the a0 important topjc of i i the day Authoritative nonpartisan trmciya iU veintf h thlpo of b istlte vhy- iubscnI3erl r lUll 3a h r tiol1 eccpre 5 iti r r i if L HJ b RII11 jUA X ThG JF tl M l 111IdO nr + ofa9 tlatericSX mit l 9 r saver You can t affori to qrdCl for t year iillO1t tirit seep lt it eciate superior agencysernce and demartI YA- ml1r tllinj tnuuino value for tho fewer doll rs write for it UidaA jJr tYO tt p f Re 1 ff c IvietCoritpgrtyt jY rvIf If 1 11 1 1 THg YOUNG MBI He Had an Even Chance but Fate Was Against Him youngfellow vhoclipturedonly at midday its he did not rise till lute and this fact with deer tain scrupulous elftgance and neat nd Slhis dres j ought to have mo eusp lit ho was a gambler hiy5iubvperionce it only invested 1tiTY rtth certain romantic mystery f One morning as 1 wits going out to very early breakfast at a- gltedp ItaHuti cafe driLbng Sfhdrf 1 was surpriscdto and him nlso de the s lie was scrupulously dresscd keen nt that early hour but I ii its6lruck by the factthat IIP wus uUin black find his flight figurbi buttoNed to the throtfthl a1 tightly mtTng frock 6oatr gnvl9I rtn a slnguhiu ielnn cholv to his southcrhfHeo Nevertheless he + ieeted inctiwilli more than his usual forencicordial ity and 1 reiiiemUorbd lhnt he look ed tip withII half puzzled half nmused cxpressionnt the osy morn ing sky as he walked aipw steps with me down the deserted street I could not help Buying tlwt I was flstonitlicd to see him up so early and he admitted hint it was a break in his usual habits but added with a smiling fiignificarioo 1 afterward remembered that it WUiIiHIUl even chance if he did it again As we neared the street corner a man in n buggy drove up impatiently In spite of the drivers evident haste my handsome acquaintance got in leisurely anti 1i sy hat to mo with a pleasant smile averylahiingfigure as1 the buggy disappeared d Dthe empty street I never saw lifmnaain It was not until a week that I knew that on hour lieleft me that morning he dead in a little hollow be tilter the Mission Dolores shot the heart ina duel for he had arisen so early rBret Hartbs TJhdcr the Redwoods 11 I Amelia Knew Her Business Amelia was all swept nice and nervous and she said to her sweetheart You have linen so old u friend I want tp tell you something I atnl and slip blushed I am going to bo married WaiU hpcried Uoarsoly Be fore you go further hear inc I must sayit though 1 have no right ndw but I will have less right later J love you I adore you I havo loved you since we were children together I do not see how I can live and see you the wife of aiiothV eiI T3ufat least you willknow- that II havoloved you aU these yqarV andAyhPn you hettr the wind 6igtt over distant grave 06 course that iRubnsensoI Dont takb 6nfio John Henry sjiesaidsoftly1 Im going to mar I jluc ei Ji- iiHidri the m alnlea ahd as 6hp1joiltloVerrl hint fletertpituSfl little lthphbwodftJXJUt licrmbutfhp and fetio ii bf slid to dc- usgmetliins t6i lirJngL11tin toitf t L 11 31 2 J i A Viptim ifaco cJt 49aitr 1 7 i Ai highland Uotql TWstoinc dayi having ft squabble ftvitii tytiEiligi 1un in thcailqbbyjio tllp tote- 1ttlout his bill IFbelstiirugeiti said if agross jiripositiOrjHhe wujd live cheaper in theofecst hotel in iliol1 on11J r I a Jt r Uhii lgndlordidiilicdt ltsnuedbotjir 1ao dQt But ace yp no kenthp ftisPuS tIiuNot a bit of it replied the stranger hastily j 11li M then replied ithfl hosts aa je scbmntpiiio a8cnsiblfibitcalh lhnt ill tell hnrns 365 days iidlfo LuunoiihQtjl kdcperscalpn 4ariibut Wo ha vpioil tbrep mpntjig MhJv l1o iliiicrivndjneinpp lreen3i Woi tams ItlroJi hijy in Clio 1 iclan3 when the cliajfchin i fop its h neo seldom Bhpflisti H PI I It Y qr1Love and Fglly r j II J JyOt acct but Jove WeIil1ako jjcpnditJLons1 sad it a l ns ys9lftlgpeujtgrsQlf9p11s i 11 r h Y lqt tl 9p- 3h j4fllpmuatjfovrIu l MVjJI 9- If t rI j Ibis raaurhowcvcr who prpppscs nd lie isnt scuflasilytscarcd off by- dplistigans ompQU1QlIthngs tr j 11 11 4elillieris Ilterh priceless1inwftVhv r 11ihAk dtilrc ad- hp viQgtPoSJa grat tt tren1ire tit what said tho dupe mgrehpOW 1 C LO 0 e samea IN LHllIlH PAGANINljr f Gho t Biography of the Worlds Greatest Violinist Among those remarkably gifted souls who have loft tho echo of their nusic for the joy of succeeding gen iratlons Pagariini who was born at Genoa Italy on Fob101784and vhodied at Nico on May 271840 h historyHisfor his child in Whom he fount the sublime musical gift was almost cruel ih his demands f r study While Nicolo had the best violin teachers to bo found in Italy his skill mis due tohis own genius One by one those teachers ackriowlddged nothingFandthe ods rI i I flAt ninoyears he wrotJa sonata and hconcert made IM audience fairly Wild withenthusiasm over his playing At thirteen ho started oil professional tour and n tho following four years was ilprefty nearly ruined M into his hands and he learned to gain ble When he was seventeen there frtino ii day when lie had lost every thing but his Stradivarius violin and 3 francs He played with the fraves and won a hundred Then he decided never again to gamble and he kept his word g life of constant excitement and excess had ruined his health uhd nerves A wealthy titled woin tn took him into her favor and kept him for three years on an estate she had in Tuscany She would not al low him to play the violin for she guitarlrilifo of the country Pnganini grew strong and well and when he was twenty he went back to Genoa and began his foal musiclll life The next year ho Wade his second professional tour ended in his beingraade director of music at the court of the Princess Eliza Bacciochi sister of Napoleon Bonaparte at Lucca In person Puganini was peculiar He was exceedingly thin and had a strange awkward walk His face was long his eyes deep and dark and he wore his hair long almost to his shoiildejrf lie was when he left the Tuscan courtand frbm that time free rr 1nl Euchobliga tiqns l9pIayedwhen and where Ito had a flln y to fippdar and all Europe was at his feet 15 He loved Italy and when his du ties took him to Germany France and England he made bitter com plaints inhrc9ardto climate and methods tg In Italy aiiy- acconltnodation suited trial His health began to fail seriouslyafter he was and oftfir a success 3n all the great cities lie returned to Italy and some years in the enjoymentfo several estates he had bpught for he was iiow very ifcti In the wnhicipnVnjilding at Genoa is rve a- ntnliVJolitl So lcffcit10 ihe city atJoweddjllrrIDr p l l village littrb i near hij lo id best T t tfitVillaJGaldna + ot6 Qlbbq idakiij 01 I a Fotballi I If by p iat s idea oL the iuopxppeiidddiin the- rn1ikiilgtbt fou ballI h r- usc WHsph cowhide Ordinttry j too thicK for thcrdg spUthnttthe tan pits for tenvor twelve months i f t lhe splitshide is well sdftcnfrd with tubbin and then passed to tho c i tcrYhOl fe ts out the various s Q s lkhsolved tether 4elabos Iii t the oqll is VJji1Ljt up 1 imily ft1iojlIshe wli liaf ovlih1ny indaali- ti s ili1nitlwsea r 11 II Ci I t i II What EdUcatioh Doesfi i vi q6c rsdid a woman1 faS a m icfllmau kin 1bu telltno how jt thfifsotnO folks isborn antnOu Ccrfnl inudanl11 rfiplidd the doctoriIt is oMngfoy thd act tliti thQ fcohH into tub worldttvith cit the1 power 6f spWclJ l1 La mo remarked the old lady Now just Scp what jitJs to have a pJdridferpTsWic thM niil o of teMtfe1gLod1 titr s lti j L uJ Vr toIf aHVentaaE vl1j InVlih2 Wfs lIbelJ1tj brf thobig tlteIbassdrttntzinc bfttiti f ihobimd InW lgft t3ntdretthdttattvd3r- a aiswerTt i- h6tib6ocrlni Usnt I uQlio tlu excellent wimI but ho gotBOfatfthfttSvlion IIP Iharcucuho- c m tr ll thol h liiitle mid dlot1LEIo D Vf I I1Have You Tried jtt A 1udrugeshavothem outf h tryitatjyhowin thoufednas bFcises where other medicines had been s tried In vain Why ShoUld it not dp the same for y- ouTakefARDllIJ Jij I TeflMy daughter Octava would have been in her grave1 had it not been for that fine medicine Caui writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of DrennonSprings J 1 lVOf your medicine and got a 1 DOttie Wh tr l t taken Mfour doses she became all right loften r i n Cardui to my friends u J Your druggist sells VCardut With full ins tisscf1 y on the bottleA TeatforrThe Conquest of the North An authentic account of the finding of the NORTiJPOLEto 11 J J Dr Frederick A CookeCf4m R feary US N c CJ i i 111 i Ii together with biographies of Jthe explorers and a iDrjef jhistgry of Arctic dis6ovciy i i ilia 9 j oh3Yr It r it j J7J I i rER Est t INGERSOL- r r rJIJ IIIf IIII J f ltt i 1 r j lI I f b f1II JI II t t J 1 It NEW MAFSH r J n I f JI t ANDf t L M JILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS 1 WILL BE GIVEN FRS WITH A i ilo Iij i RSSUBQckfpTlONTOi 1 J r- tlopkisvile f i n Kqkiaq Ct I l tANpLL o n P 1 it h I r il t i 0 1 r7t i Thej LQ isiI1e Herald f f Send 425 oTHiS FtJ IRftQtfci theb LpufsviH Herald IjJ tj 11 0 i f aV rJr uns LfWomenitilender titters Jtlap roS thbjut flthenj toe iixjone lutelyr piicef the hips rant 10 5 s 3t Wni 5aiS Ia o tebfJi LfErer U WBRedulON7Q doe isrpe tall htaile 61t tri 3oi3oL New B hprtpomed ut6eumaNa-pl 20Price7 rzer UI t e bdat u tl gtf of while CNtilII I A ksa Jrtrflnyww e to Sow fbu Ae New WDIiji w- MftRTW lbdJt4IIn SlM ta p lrJbr 68051 frt O DiAYINEW1ORXt tyoInY rr J J1 r H c 0J III il1 NOW IS THE JU1E TO AKf t I 5HOItTHMlDtV I 1 J r Q Jf r 10 i Ii 111ECRAPHY I PO 1tiolieiRr ntifut I Many placesiwocanngt till 111 HU a U uPiid d Abig lgngratpnhlag1 I Securna positions oa Located inbeautiful city nearj 1A1 11 1 al1npthC4ve vas J 11 Coins or nnvtfmll + r- S J Yr BoWlir1 Green BuslneflS Unl yat i v 1 I A y t n J n r rnliQrpJated rBowl n Green Ky f- Q fJ 5 j J NI r Ir JC 0 Ad- vr e I J df1 joJ8 l1f r tJ1the tthfbia iala bb rlmt M Vat ti41 ulcijab 1vr M T 11i hi i- r 1 t If I r11rt lye Im rJJp tJIw UI IIIC rep r td sanC t Velva i tM drlrr shlt i tdll l1clond buw4s od 1ablIUia tt t1t eftiIn 7 J tln- blltouSness fry + O1 xfavcrthtCS lJomtb1Qto yk IELr r J LAXAJ1 t a n + LIVER ftP4Lr h t lU r I 1 9L l il t i 1X11 n 1 J k Ifo l k MIrM01 wYi1M f I fftxr r JAf tf i r Ii i t j i 7i ir t I i J k f 1 4 11 i Y i 1- I I I I i r I 1 j 1iilvile Kentuckian fished Every Other Day AY THURSDAY and SATURDAY MORNINGS BY Ij AS M MEACHAM lSIItered et the Hoplctnsvllla Postottleo asJ Second CUis MallMattc- rsgncanTroN1fATES ONE yEAR 200- blXMoNTHS 100 THREE MONTHS BB GLE COPIES AAvortlilnBitesoa Appl atlon 212 SOUTH MAIITSTIIEET The WeatherK- ENTUCKYProbably snow an colder Tuesday President Taft shook hands with 5571 people at his New Years reception standing in line two hours and fiftyfive minutes The toll paid by Kentucky hunters endedLm All three of the Congressional candidates arc in the race to a finish Judge Givens and Mr Clements have both put up their 1200 en trance fees It is now less than thirty day until the primary of February 2 and with the holidays behind them the candidates may be expected to begin an active canvass While Stanley is handicapped by his ffficial duties at Washington he has he advantage of having nearly ev rybody for him at last in this part f the district What Is Whisky President Tafts definition of s hisky appears to have given rea Jonable satisfaction to the straight whisky people on the one side and Ie blenders and rectifiers one otherlt undoubtedly true that the llnuor trade has been disgracefully ill II of frauds on the public by false labels but these frauds did not con sit of something which was not whisky but in palming off one kind Qfvhisky as another or better kind of whisky Whisky made of rectified or redistilled or neutral spirits and given a flavor and colori by burnt sugar made in a few was often branded aa bourbon or rye straight whisky The way to rem edy this evil is to require a brand ing in connection with the term whisky which will indicate justI what kind of whisky the package contains Thus straight whiskies may be branded as such and may be accompanied by the legend aged in the wtfod Whisky made from rectified re distilled or neutral spirits as the case may be Those who made whisky from rectified redistilled or neutral spirits cannot complain if in order to prevent further frauds they are required to use a brand which shall show exactly the kind of whisky thjyare selling For that reason jtsterns to me fair to require them to brand their product as whisky made from rectified spirits 6rI whisky made from neutral spirits as the cage may be and if aged in wood as sometimes is the case with this class of whiskies they amide add this fac- tFatally Injured Ponca City Okla Dec 30MrsI E J Mllhan known throughout the country in Wild West show as the cow girldied here today from injuries received late yester day She was riding for a moving picture concern when her horse fell upon her Mrs Milhan lived in New York and was twentyeight years old Little Miss Haydon Mrs Herbert L Haydon present ed her husband with a 12 pound daughter last Friday Robert W Henry the young son If Mr A M Henry has gone to Lextefcton to the State University Cor A course in agriculture 100 REWARD 100 The readers erf Uils paper will be pleased to fcrtBi tfUi UJHfc U at tarot tall dreaded disease1 liHficetiabtca aWe to eumla aU lu stages MU Ihit U OaUrrl Ball Catarrh Care U the aMfe10hjNe carp now known to this medical frat Oatarrh bel1l a constitutional disease tcteaa consUtuUoual treatment malts Cat rrtf pwd la taken Internally acting directly upon typ4ahtand mucous t urace of the ejrstcm tWrer taiUuring the fusndatlon of the disease wMyirfeff Ue patient strength by building up J MfttttUlHUon and assisting nature lu doing Its vncfc Sbo proprietors have M much faith la lu IuraUro ptWCfII that they offer One Hundred ll fcr any case that It falls lo cure Sea4 irMat eii tesdmodr fs- AJ II18i8 V J Cln NEY tco Ta01x1 Iry ay tota775c tTake n U I trdWiPUll for conptp4 4 pJ a I ROMAN JUSTICE How Technicalities Wore Avoided In the Courts rime bar was nn open profession in ftiicfent Rome litigant en tfovcd the utmost latitude in the choice 6f nn advocate whose right to represent his client in court was fully conceded Slavish imitators of the Greeks in literature and art the Iloniuns asserted their entire independence in the domuin of law Their innovations had the stamp of originality But these did not com prise any close connection between bar and bench It is noteworthy that during a very the of Roman law there was judged cial charged with the administration Of law The judex was a spe cies of referee appointed by the magistrate to hear and report upon a particular case Then there was an arbiter who acted alone or with others in arbitration cases arbi tria Finally there were recupera tors who assisted in international questions The hearing before these various types of judex was called the judi oiim as distinguished from jus the hearing before the magistrates properly so called The names of citizens qualified for serving as judiccs were inscribed in a public record known as the album MoreI over litigants had the right of objection to a particular judex Not only so but this right was extended during many centuries to criminals who were tried before centuinvirs and decemvirs sitting on the per manent tribunals If the oman Bill Sikcs never thought of putting forward the demand of his English congener that we all ought to have a voice in making the laws as we suffer by yet we may be well as sured that he would riot fail to take n sporting chance make a prime favorite of the judge who was most reversed on appeal and strenuously object to the others Tlip point which calls for ourI special attention is that none of the men who discharged the various judicial or scmijudicial functions described was drawn except in most exceptional cases from the advo cate class Nor is it possible to conceive any arrangement better calculated than that in force in Rome to exclude their narrow professional technicality from the setatlement of civil cases The presid ng magistrates of the great erim inal tribunals were seldom or never men who practiced at the bur Even in later times when functions of magistratus and judex were merged in one official there is evidence that the bench was recruited from the bar more frequently than be foreExchange Keeping Their Teeth Would you think mused the dentist that any one would want his teethuffet they had been pulled Its a fact though that lots of people do Whether they keep them to hand down to their children or whether once carrying them home they take them out and look at them occasionally with great interest I cant imagine but however it is they do ask for them At first 1 was astonished Now I look upon it merely as a matter of course and I keep little envelopes slip the teeth in when people ask for them I must use at least a hundred of these little envelopes a month Men and women alike do this the women I think to a little greater extent than the men Of course any number of women want the teeth of their very little chil dren I can understand that but when a won n or u man turned forty carries off say three bad teeth that have just been extracted I simply wonder New YorkI Press The Passions We sayof a man who has no wi11I mastery He is ruled by his pas sions They govern him not he them Centuries ago nn Arab wrote Passion is a tyrant which slays those whom it governs It is like fire which once thoroughly kin dled can scarcely be quenchedor like the torrent which when it is swollen can no longer be restrained with its banks Call him not n prisoner who has been put in fetters bj hia enemy but rather him whoso own passions orerpowor him to destruction I Olives In Spain About 3294000 acres are given up to of olives in Spain Eating olives aro delivered dry to tho factories where they are soaked in largo vats with a solution of caustic soda until the solution has penetrated to tho stones After a washing in water the olives are put into hogsheads of brine for two months of fermentation Whon they aro bottled new brine is used but tho output from the factories ilfugually in hogsheads holding 160 gallons INN SHOWROOMS They Were the Forerunners of the Public Museums The genesis of the public mu scum was the rareo show attached to an inn Such shows were very common as early as the six teenth century From being the resort of nil clnsses the inn became the natural receptacle for every thing old world out of the way or curious ranging from flint imple ments mutt Roman coins turned up by the plow to stuffed freaks of the animal kingdom Time public house museum is still with us Tho Bell and Mackerel in the Mile End road I contains a fine museum of 20000 natural history specimens originally founded by the East London Entomological society The Hole In the Hall in Borough I street possesses many strangeI freaks At the Spaniards Straws Castle and the oI Healthall on or near Ilampstcad Heath are preserved relics of high waymen and other local curios Only a few weeks ugo the museum of the Edinburgh Castle near Regents park containing valuable relics of Oliver Cromwell Nelson and Stanley and three great auks eggs was dispersed by auction The first persons scientifically to exploit this taste were those bold travelers and indefatigable collectors the Tradcscunts father and son who between the years 1620 and 1662 ran the first public museum and botanic garden at their residence in South Lnmbelh Co pious references to their wonderful closet of curiosities also known as the Arkare found in the works of hank Walton Evelyn etc The catalogue prepared by the curator Elias Ashmolc in 1G5G testifies to its containing superb collection of coins and warlike instruments Its great treasure however was a stuffed dodo from the Mauritius a bird extinct now overI 200 years Of course there WitSI sonic rubbish as well The younger Tradcscant was shrewd enough to exchange anVallcgcd dragons egg for that of a rare bird from Turkey but he exhibited feather from time phenixs wing a piece of the stone of Dianas tomb and blood that rained in the Isle of Wight in 1177 When John Tradescant Jr died in 1063 long and bitter litigation ensued between the deceaseds widow nd Ashmole as to the right to in herit the collection Eventually the court of chancery decided in Ash moles favor and he carried oft the Tradescantian museum to forui the basis of the Ashmolean at Oxford while Mrs Tradescant was so Cha grinedat her defeat that she drowned herself in the pond of the botanic garden on April 3 1G7S London Globe On Meeting Did you ever meet an old friend whom you didnt meet was the enigma put up to a Harlcmite by a neighbor The Harlcmite never did I did this morning the neighbor explained I was rushing downtown on a subway express We passed a local also southbound under somewhat less speed 1 was hanging to a strap and as I gazed into a car of the local that was opposite my car recognized a man 1 had known intimately but had not seen for fifteen years He recognized me at the same moment and there was a mutual salute Then my train forgedahead of the other and he was lost to sight You see I met him yet I didnt meet himNew York Globe t Great Memories Themistocles could call by name every citizen of Athens Cyrus is said to have known the name of every soldier in his army Lord Granville could repeat every word in the Greek Testament and Lord Mpcaulay is said to have been able to repeat all of the Paradise LostJj Theodore Parker knew most of the dates in ancient and modern his tory and one Thomas Cranwell is reputed to have committed to mem ory in three months the entire Bible Ben Jonson was able to repeat all that ho had ever written and much besides and the actor Lyon upon a wager repeated in order hehadA Slight Mistake St John who was very near lightedonce went to a civic banquet and forgot his eyeglasses Ho saj next to the Chevalier Pique sssiotte The clieraliers hand was gracefully but negligently posed upon tho cloth A of nntici= patory satisfaction at the prospect of unlimited turtle soup illumined j his classic features Suddenly a yell of anguish startled the guests What had happened Only this the myopic St John had simply but effectually harpooned the lily white j hand of the chevalier with his fork lS lie remarked in a firm but polite- tone I dry bread I thinkArgo I naut i T TRAPPING BIG CATS Easiest Victims cf the Wild AnImal Trapper the Moat Ferocious SlriMige as it Italyseem the easiest victims of the wild animal trapper are the moat ferocious Ihosc bloodthirsty lingo cats tho lion mad and those other beautiful felines the panther the leopard mini the jaguar With the lion for instance it is simply a matter of stealing the cubs Hut kidnaping hor whelps from a dangerous beast like a lioness is of course nn exciting problem In the heart of the darkest most thicket in the midst nndIher from four to six cubsgoldenp- ufTbnllsturubling over one an over the great yellow body of the majestic crea lure which none on earth save these defenseless kittens may go near Not in the wild world it would seem was a home better protected Yet out of a thicket well to leeward the trappers eyes lire bent upon the lion home for once in every twentyfour hours nature her self renders these babies defense less when the mother the pangs of hunger ventures fort to hunt and to cat Beside the trapper is a lair of Kallirs armed nets made oCI stout cords In the trappers hand i 9 a rille loaded with a slug of lead as big as a little finger The slightest snapping of a twig nnd the dangerous brute comes to the attack headlong like a jcllow streak or if she cannot locate the danger she picks up her cubs one by ono by the neck bounding away with them in tcn foot springs and hiding them in a tangle even more dense than the other For hours the trapper must lie nerves on edge before the mother quits her lair to strike down a buck or a water buffalo Then cautiously with rifle ready the trapper presses forward and into the un guarded lion home Quickly the men must work Should the lioness return unex pectedly nothing but a bullet well and quickly aimed could save them Capturing cubs is however only one of three methods which the trapper uses tb transfer the big fe lines out of the wilderness into his cage By far the greater number of his captives arc adult beasts in the height of their prime vigor and ferociousness To catch these thec trapper uses either a pitfall or a huge trapA W Iolkcr in Century Oliver Optics Method Although of recent years the books of the late William Taylor Adams Oliver Optic have been to a large extent overlooked by juve vile readers there was a time when J the position he held among boy readers was one of unchallenged su premacy Thus was due to the fact that his books won not only the inI approvalofthe latter he always gave eight or ten pages of sound morality To n friend he once told of his method My books are successful because they ore written according to a definite formula I am very careful to in the moral and so the parents pleased But I put it near tho end of the book and I always warn the boy that it is coming and where it is coming He knows that it be gins at page 324 and ends on page 232 let us say and on page 333 he can take up again the uninterrupt ed narrativeBookman His Clothing Essay Here is an extract from an essayf written by a boy in a London school Clothing is an article which everybody should wear The least of this article is worn by savages or natives which is a piece of cloth or a few leaves or feathers around the waist In cold countries same as Eskimos the people wear more clothes than we do count of the icy cold out there They can exceptaboutIf they walked about liko natives they would catch cold directly and die of bronkitis We put clothes onI 1hich are nearly like our bodiesI Some have caps coats and trousers but women and girls wear hats and frocks to tell who thfU ire 1 Persuaded Cprae up ana sec us tonight old man f be glad ta Ourdl1ughtcr is sUdying s music M By jingo I have just remembered an engagement I am sorry but I cannot positively come Pshaw As I was about to say our daughter is studying musio in Germany and we got a little lone some Ill just cut out the engagement and00112C anyhow London Tit Bits 0N r NEW GROCERY Mr Twyman to Open On South Main Mr Joe K Twyman the veteran grocer will return to his first love and open a grocery store inlithO bottom His stand will be in the room vacated by the Palace Millinery Co next to the Anderson Fowler drug store nnd he will begin busi ness as soon as the storeroom can be made ready Mr Twyman will al once commanon big trade as he is an old hand in the grocery business and his store will fill a demand for a store of that kind south of Ninth streetHe left last night for the market and on his return will open at once or as scan as the millinery stock can be packed up for storage in another building SUDDEN DEATH 1 Of Member of Construction Crew Joseph Powers one of the crew of the Purcell Construction Compa ny at work on the L Nrood north of the city died suddenly Sunday of heart failure Powers was not very well Saturday but worked allnightOn morning he complained of feeling badly and becoming suddenly worse expired in a short while He was about 35 years old and unmarried He came here from Keene New Hampshire about two months ago Relatives at Keene were notified of his death but up to noon yesterday nothing had been thenknownmade of the bo- dyPersonal Gossip Judge and Mrs J T Hanbery Tno B Chilton and L H Davis are in Frankfort Mrs Jno B Chilton is visiting relatives at Pembroke Herschel Long returned to Central University Sunday Misses Sara Cooper Mary Clark and Frances Summers returned Sun day to school at Sweetbriar Va John J Rust returned to Nashville SundayMr Mrs E L Milligan who spent the holidays in Warren county returned Sunday night I Mr Jas H Ware arrived Sunday night from Middlesborough Mrs Geo tl Howell of Richmond Va is visiting her parents Mr and Irs J EL McPherson Ralph T Meachamleft for Annap oils Md Sunday morning to enter U S Navy Preparatory School le has been appointed a Cadet to the Naval Academy subject to the examination next spring HT Dickinson off Glasgow has been appointed to a similar position by Congressman Thomas of the Third district and will attend the same preparatory school Miss Katie Newlin of Paducah is visiting Mies Nora Higgins Mr and Mrs Dennis Wilkins of Lexington are visiting Mr T M Thomas family Miss Katherine Carney of May- field has returned home after a visit to Miss Rebecca Gaither Charles H Anderson visited his sister at Mt Vernon Ind last week Mr and Mrs Nicholas Gaither and Mr and Mrs Robert Kelley of LaGrange who spent the holidays with relatives here have returned homeMrs James A McKenzie and little daughter Mary Willis who have been visiting relatives in Bowling Green have returned to Edgo tenProf J M Calvin principal of the Lee School Paducah who spent last week here has returned home to resume his duties Miss Mary L Andrews of Nashville is visiting tlefamilv of Dr J W Lewis Mrs Ira L Smith entertained Friday evening in honor of of her guest Miss Julia Gammon pi Car thage Mo r General debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambi tionl was worn out and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made mc- a well womanMrs Chas Frei toy Moosup Conn Buys Home J F Ellis has sold the B J Mat thews place on East Ninth street to Mrs Delia M Johnson d rr 111Hlob tit 111ioisf411 Amusement 411 444Ie 1110 m w 111 i Grauatark a dramatizatlo Geo Barr McCutcheonrt novel Geo D Baker comes to Hollam Opera House Jan 29 direct from conquests of New York Boston Chicago Philadelphia and Pittsburg No play has so electrified the tho atrical world in a decade and much interest is shown in the coming pre I sentation j Colored Child Fatally Burned A little child of Artillis Baker of Gracey was burned so badly last Thursday that death resulted the next day Her dress caught from j an open grate CONDENSED STATEMENT of the First National Bank Of Hopkinsville Ky At the Close of Business Dec 31st 1909itE- SOURCIrS Loans and Discounts2S157149O- verdrafts 52858 U S Bonds 7000000 Other Bonds 2650000 Banking lIouseFurniturc and Fixtures 2250000 Cash nnd Sight Exchange 14958334 Total 55068641 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 7500100 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2658771 National Bank Notes 7500000 Individual Deposits 37298578 U S Deposits 100000 Due Banks 2568 92 Unpaid Dividends54100Di- vidend No 39 this day 300000 Total55668641 THOS W LONG Cashier =CONDENSED STATEMENT City Bank THE Trust 1 cJ1 IIoplcitiHvillc Ky AT TOE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OS Dec 31st 190- 9Asseta i Loans 412048 91 Overdrafts 108595 Bonds 10440000 Banking House 17COO6l Real Estate for Debt 235000 Office Furne Fixtures 300000 Cash and Exchange for Clearings 5318546 Sight Exchange 11647261 70 1293 liabilities CapitulStock 6000000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 8261020 Dividend No 59 this day 5 per cent 300000 Deposits 56064594 Due Banks 328679 70954293 W T TARDY Cashier CONDENSED STATEMENT of the condition of the BANKOFHOPKINSVIIIEo Dec 31 1909 I jLoans62BankingStocks and Bonds 42 50001 CashSightExchange127 691 If 547 863 78 LIABILITIES 00SiIPlU8Undivided Profits 43 03 Due Depositors 401 940 40 Due Other Banks 1 512 36 Dividends Unpaid 3680 Dividend No 89 rthis day 4 000 547 86379 J E McPHERSON Cashier 1 yr L M rainYLUrt j S Ii f tJ 11 I 1 t f I S f K i i I JI r J 1 I 3w I I cP I J I p u6tA i I r I j I 1 j jrby r I kt ftlv d- it i 1 Ii lM i l 4t 1 J h I I 1 r a tl i r r s t 4 m f r P mo = irom Arctic to Tropics than Automatic Smokeless Device r of and youll that carries full content Turn the wickup high it will gono smokeno odor leads Finished Nickel Japan in various styles Every Not Yours Write for Descriptive Circular the Nearest Agency Oil COMPANYIncorporated rnor r MILLIONS TO CHILDREN Father Gives Each an Inde pendent Fortune Thomas Waggoner of Fort Worth Texas gave each of his three chil dren property valued at 2000000 Christmas gifts Waggoner 57 years of age ranchman banker and capitalist The gifts comprise tracts of 100000 acres of land 30000 head of cattle and 1000 horses each child The deeds were handed the children Christmas dayi itBilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Corn ection sallow Liver needs wak Ktip Doans Rcgufets cure jou attacks 25 cents at any drug store ANNOUNCEMET Having purchased the tailoring business of Mr Jas K Hooser wish to announce to the people that we shall endeavor to merit patronageMr Tobin will have charge the cutting and making of clothes iiofWe will be glad to send for your to be cleaned pressed repaired and solicit both mens and ladies you want a pair of pants suit it will be to your interest tp see us during the period Jan to 15th we will sell at reduced prices to keep our tailors busy Irving Roseborough Co- Incorporated Fine Young Jack Mr King the well known young farmer and stockman of the Church Hill neighborhood has pur chased fine young jack from Mr W Riley of Newstead The ani mal fine one with big and is perfect specimen The price paid could not be learne- dTABERNACLE LYCEUM COURSE Night Jan 24 ROSS CRANE I The Incomparable Cartoonist Clay Modeler and Vooal and PianoBurlesque Artist Tho St Louis GlobeDemocrat said of Mr Crane master hand with the Crayon clever modeler the clayand his mu sical takeoffs wore original and rexceedingly funny Single Admission 50 cents ft n in Ten Minutes No oil heater has n higher efficiency or greater heating power th- ePERFECTION Oil Heater Equipped with smokeless Device With it you can go from the cold of the Arctic to the warmth of the Tropics in 10 minutes The new itThis heat oilIn have a Bowing heat as as thePerfectioncisively in or Dealer Everywhere If At to of the STANDARD as is a to fi we their or suits If or 1 as T A a J is a bone a Monday a in iy Nl COSTLY FIRE Tobacco Worth Million and N Burned The customs tobacco stores in Alexandria Egypt containing tobac co to the value of 5000000 were gutted by fire Saturday Firemen assisted by 200 sailors from a Ger man ship succeeded in saving the- greater part of the tobacco The loss la estimated at 10000- 00Children Qry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAHAPPY Plenty of Them in Hopkins ville and Good Reason For It Wouldnt any woman be happy After years of backache suffering Days of misery nights of unrest The distress of urinary troubles She finds relief and cure No reason why any Hopkinsville reader should suffer in the face of evidence like this Miss L A Hester 326 North Main street Hopkinaville Ky says I believe there is little need of anyone suffering from backache when such an effective remedy as Doans Kid ney Pills can be had The prompt and thorough relief which followed their use in my case has given me abiding faith in their merit In the summer of 1903 I suffered greatly from a soreness and lameness across the small of mj back and other dif ficulties arising from weak kidneys Two boxes of Doans Kidney Pills procured at Johnson Cos drug store where all that was required to free me from the distressing pain in my back and restore my kidneys to a normal condition I publicly re commended Doans Kidney Pills at that time and although four years have since elapsed I still hold the same high opinion of them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoan t Five Percent I Farm Loans- A I special representative of the I largest loan company in the United States will be at the office of JOHN T EDMUNDS ATTORNEY every FIRST AND THIRD MONDAY and will make LOANS ON GOOD FARMLAND in Christian and joining counties AT FIVE PER CENT If you desire a loan SPECIAL or ad dress a letter to LOAN AGENT P 0 Box 417 Hopkins vile Ky DR W A LACKEY Rooms 5 and 6 Hopper Building First Floor ResiIdente FOR SA ETwo well preserved volumes of the Lost Cause by Jefferson Davis Call at this office v Ir NEW rACESOr THE SQUARE T Continued from First Ftfrel nal jailer and Mrs Della Johnson widow of the former jailer who occupied the jail residence I COUNTY ASSESSOR Lucian J Harris succeeds to the office made vacant by the death of H C Helsley last yearC- ORONER Dr J H Rice becomes coroner succeeding Jas L Allensworth col SURVEYOR- H B Crunk is the surveyor This office was last filled by H P Rives FISCAL COURT Justices T H Moore Jno M Mor ris and W W Garrott reelected New men are C L Dade R F Ful ler W D Martin W R Elliott and U J Cooper All are Democrats excepting Moore and Fuller The new court will meet to day and elect the following caucus nominees for appointive officers Physician Dr F P Thomas Poor House Keeper Jas R AndersonRoad E W Coleman Financial Agent Jno W Richards Delinquent Tax Collector L L Nich olsPoor Commissioner W F Randle CITY OFFICERS The new city officers also entered upon terms ranging from one to four years Mayor Chas M Meach am and City Judge Hunter Wood will serve for four years Other of ficers except policemen and firemen serve for two years The changes in city officials are few all being Democrats All of the county officials with one excep tions are new All are Democrats who succeed Republicans who have held sway for seventeen years Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely 011 Dr Thomas Elec tric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cane not stay where it is used Here and There If you want anything in the flow er line best quality and low prices why yon can secure same from Met calfe Enterprise Greenhouses our flowers will keep longer than ship ped flowers- A fire in the business section of Lebanon Tenn destroyed property valued at 50000 Several of the best business houses in the town were destroyed FOR SALEThe life Trial and Execution of Alonzo Pennington near Hopkinsville in 1846 Price 25 cents C B Brewer Fairview KyFrankforts police force consists of a chief and nine patrolmen For many years science has stu died liquor results the whole world uses whiskey where a stimulant is wanted in bad rasps of sickness it does not injure nerves and tissues like cocoa wines and other drugged compounds The HARPER brand is the best on the market Sold by W R Long Hopkinsville Ky William Shaw and Miss Mattie Staton of Mortons Gap Ky came over Friday secjred license to wed were made husband and wife and went home happy in the knowledge of having so successfully eluded the parents of the brideClarksville Leaf Chronicle If you want the boat of Laundry work lower than Evansville Nash ville or Memphis why the Hopkins ville Steam Laundry does the work collars and cuffs 2 and 4cts while at places above mentioned you would have to pay 2J and 5 Have you ever thought of this Patronize this institution not on account of low prices and good work and prompt delivery but aside from this every dollar you spend and more is spent among American people none is hoarded up and sent to China Bowling Green has enacted an or dinance raising the license on soft drink atqnds from 10 to 500 In this cJtysuch stands are not re quire4fo gay any license S JH Dagg for contracting building and general repair work of all kinds Phone 47G L H Hauschild of Nortonville has made an assignment His assets a stock of goods are estimated at 3000 and his liabilities at 3600 Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA =WILSON TO BESPEAKEB Union County Man too Pre side Over the House ot Representatives ASSEMBLYMEETSTODAY Caucus to Choose Nominees For Positions Held Last 4 I NightI Frankfort Ky Jan 4George- S Wilson Representative from Un ion county will be elected Speaker of the House when the lower house is organized today Members of the legislature had nearly all arrived at Frankfort last night The many candidates for positions to be given by the Democratic caucus were on the ground The race for chief clerk of the Senate was the most interest ing ARTICLES FILED Incorporating W P Winfree Sons Company Articles of incorporation of the W P Winfree Sons Company have been filed with the county clerk The incorporators are W P Win free Sr W P Winfree Jr John W Winfree and Ben Winfree and the capital stock is placed at 25000 Thecompany will do a real estate and insurance business Judge Win free will be president W P Win free Jr vice president and Ben Winfree secretary and treasurer CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Tie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the st tturoo r oH JJ y to RFNTII The dressmaking rooms formerly occupied by Miss Blumensteil Apply tOt Mi L Elb at the John Moayan Cos StoreD P Isbell Veterinary Physician Surgeon Office and Hospital Cor 8th and Clay Both Phones DR L A TATE Office Over AndersonFowler1 Office PnoNESResldence 187 OFFICE 800 to 1000 n m 200 to 400 p mIIOURS 700 to 800 P m TOOTH HINTS When ought we to go the Den tistMany think it unnecessary to de vote particular attention to the teeth until the mouth is affected by broken or decayed teeth Others give their teeth no attention until pain compels them Every cne who thinks a moment on the subject knows that we cannot masticate our food satisfactory If one of the teeth is tender inflamed or other wise out of order and that if this be the case the mouth requires im mediate attention DR FIERSTEINS- Louisville Dental Parlors BOTH PHONES HOPKINSVILLE KY 1IIJ Happy New Year i k To our Friends and Patrons one and all we Send A NEW YEARS fiREETINGo XE are very thankful for favors Shown us during the past year and we feel that our efforts to furnish the best outfitting at the lowest prices consistent with good quality have been fully ap prociated It affords us the greatest satisfaction With best wishes for all we say once more r f it I A HAPPY u NEW YEAR J T thaCO tlctetaWANkTE WOOL UOI WOOL At Highest Mar i ket Prices Wool sacks furnished Free on application- See phone or write for prices before yon sell YI The Baydon y Produce Ck HERBERT L HAYDON Mgr- CumbPhone263Home1322 East 9th St Near L tit N Dept I III WHAT FOOtS THESE 4 MORTALS BE i Without any apology to Puck we apply the expression directly r to those people who constantly neglect their eyeswho need glasses and who still do not wear them Tflf this means you we hope it will cause you to think of M D Kelly the graduate opti cian one who has made a sppcial practice of examining the eyes and the fitting of glaSs for the last 30 years So come at once andsave your eyes M D KELLYT- he Jewelerand Main St Opp Cbiirt Hbuse t Smoke Your Mea With WRIGHTS Condensed Smoke asnibkehouseIt costs less than fuel enoUgH to do wayItmeat nor wayItble and more wholesome than the old way smokehousehouse Being made from hickory wood it gives the best flavor known to meatIt takes 15 minutes instead of 15 days to do the work Consider the above advantages and you will surely use oarrLIQUID SMOKE Largd Bottle 75 cts AndersonFowler Drug COJ Incorporalelr I I A Fountain PeN t Makes An Ideal Xmas Preset We have the AA Waterman self filling fountain Pena the Fountain Pen tlatwa ourselves guarantee the Pei that every one knows to fie the best pen made wo hap them in all styles of pohVte and finishes v FOR BOTHtLADIES AND GENTLEMEN Cqo Higgins- r ICORPORATED 2 oRVf3uient Storill2 f t r- r e tit I i H 9- ia 3 v i r tllof iI- a Ii- I ti 1 V Lj9 iirr w h I t I uatsnunuunnnn TDARDIAIr rRti nATt rr i NFw i Rf1CFRY I AUU u i j J f l I J ff t n Iepf OIALAT LOWEL I- By JFRANK II SWEET AsL I IC Bright 1903 by AnerlcaIl Press olatlonl- y ihcn you wont tells him to stor coiling 1 low IlJ 1mlllllv Hes n nlc yo fiririniintilTe ways and nice tall 10lAud hes company fur EUnnIllJ rfoi IIII 40U4with uuusital splrH fIjf be n loiibtiomo uirlrt r since JoJiiftllbi W used ji Irpdjl dcpLltdulIll- tal t i II tvtsfful llulvtr IkPinltlg Illto Ire voice John loved bunks ilia HI n fcWo tonne nowiUidialk jns twi bu ItIt cant over bOjtla same I Wf glacl ivfion lIqrlUll Clmrime en ItIJJIIT the Wood us and legal lit cull He Ikt booltsrEoo tuw knsv What fe gout onnuho oll lIe been company for us both IrCompany aggressively nut m nh4P Item lltltr rJgljU JieceLln nlda lcd th Ilea left bl ark it ig I last week an hung nrohiul gUn just to le el no tl Mil JftnlcnJI11sttyjijglt mere an auAv that Hen dont like this Howard Oliiuidldf VTjKifti what IwV Jiirigin ariiuiul so Jill II h forfM wish wouldnt lnlrl lint Jnjic ilxpoMfiilftted the other Voniiui EUII I lUly o little girl yotund lint ready for smith thoughts And aud Il you wont mind uiy Ina so Re- plsrlt Ile sort of cunlpnny slit ought tt Ho drinks a good deal am wi itt work That tan bark Ing Job hoV ftcli nlkltiK bout a year and 1 dont bet+ Qcnltuherso ethlng lien Couldnt support n wI c PVPII up hcre ln the wood nos W ditch lIIelJane bouncinlI r IJkOyjrhls pa Ivsupjipotiwas TO 8ay sb6 snap i Hell praps e ii I bpfie sufi Illfolksto boil Jos 1wbat they IV jiiif Hnii goes to lid with corduroys an galluses an hlJK In Iswnutt wJtlv jio pqt on Iloiraru fbnudlerlof yous works tbe thougb Ire never seen It lies ictii cainpln trt 1he Vvccks now iMillu au wiilltln with Ktta yes an re idln lOqli senrnfully But he ton lull hlsimlbued lir olhtsah looks i an=but there they lie now as tw figures rotnded a IQlntln the m ntffn rnb tail approachedthem V flf Vny ioiiiny wont lie w lcom do lfl1k RoliiV But mind IC1telf HltH ctaliw up pernrancnt with that ie npcdtit overlook to Ren RD m ornn help XVe wpnj fence no itl li KolnH on Pity lohu couldnt a jl trdInm gcVi r 7 j I nrft + Ttitt older womans voice 1Pt ilxntuligt i ow and there yaa a ile nf ontr ijj In It 1 d9nt vmtI jwi jto Fictvvny feellnK like YouVo Iblnfri own cousin pal almost b ft qt sfordir ware drat16ihstt try fliie MraiDnbbut losnylbtmf with- y n but ciiHigod It Instead to be Mcndly svitltyOLL WQulUat liavo B4 U s t t11 pulJo that vit- auaiLtYt h rc tIy r nll t1t er bead tatetWrdan ighexdafiid tiCI dttn o eyes swept dgwW f14c slope nod outs roSH thb willey beyond It rids ur I U Irma Ass WIOMISED TO MAiiiY mtmt 11 woods voods woods beautiful bu Jooxprosslvely ionely Snvb for then wo little cabins a stones tbro ijjwlf ttiprp wuf itq allPgf hHbti 1 ion within 114o Wlolorange ot vision Ice dusbaud when they first cam Ire ten years before had well names Ibo place Lonely gUt In his quiet way he ling Ilkepli d HuidT hiul h1y books iouBhts kind ills short feeble Avails among the rocks and trees and hi phjrelclanlinfl slltdtpQtrtbefqutet nm the ozonb ofath mo wer tho only tWnga left tlua fluid hel f tIli trJtt1JiOI O aha and EttU h never by word 01 look resc 1 q0t1sclOp9pes of tht kola lon njQd even ue flag spokes jf it wntcurng them Svlstfiilly the aadj prfed glndncs Into tholr eye And aa l1 him It was all beautifu- l12utmAftrhe left Itttill cninff ove theitffftko deadly isQiatlQn and rush gollaess45 nvglrj agd woman SratS r mind been In Boclety nn alwy3 till they came here with wan tfrIondflnd acqualntijncea around her tf4Jl the Quiet years land froi Ettas chltr41xrpmprjnrlinco of ton tl wpmanhood V tincJtbotl1tt1Jm would htvohllt ilk a It d made nmtallil fm a uahiikc d Cen n prlVllcgQ near Utm Ko Etto the grand rulpo frail od stt lir meant 6ttl thnt va fioMu anil uMidW t6 Ivatu Jordan till roineitibraiico of him was now lire 1 Trlie there 9iii Hunand HJsfmojhu put their iircsonvo only aided to the CKolntlulI ut thLMsolatlon TlUr ship famlljffor jrcnrit haul beeu louhe- rtflnl i llV rjifl du drOhJI fluid wile 11 tilt Iii bntfcol- scuted uu Itllill Mi IIIW IM for them to follow iIUpej tftou was not Ir e but It had be 11 BUllfblotii to iuulntiilir the two flint I UIt9 In tln woodb owr wlOiflili gUll and tlio 1tt slolllIiolIItI tile tint oral msggrt + nod I fiiotllor wits llrrdpttltigotheulsllvo what l udk been 111II the dead frlioy lrli d to eoi4tltdte Uionisoho ftatchdog nnd Ktiardlun nut censor lll that did not imply actual giving or clp Lookliif 4tutncossWatillt kJr nature hut In unspoiled l r mane said How rd Chandler us he and Mtta stopped eskle her h can juidcrstund how rofessor lordiiii lpvod Olin flew Vlnlle ti hant strer th there 1M UOIhnstrdngtli goes itis good tf and above a view llki Its sublimity entering into I hltbe I have been here only flvt feel like n new man I here for rest then rail I Ir Jordan for Howard had spoken tUg of himself ijV8I worked rather hard nt tof logo my doctor advised It And I 1 lnv you and EttaMiss Jordan pert I to thank fur contributing so much tr the pleasure of the stay You have jbcet nice to me i boon mutual Do you think of ijllrlng us soonr I Vm though not for n few days Buss Jordan and I have boon talking and jslne spoke ofof Memorial day I ands Mra Jordans eyes grew tender I our first memorial she said In djlow voice John was a soldier i and the real cause of his death was a wound her cchcll 10 In the I war EUnguidfl want gtilther 1 few flowers and and She could go no further for her voice began to tremble nail her oycs shad filled with tears Howard sat down beside her on the VoUghiy hewn bench which ran nround twp sides Ilogtile ciiblir f understivnd ho said gently arid with your permssldn I will stay over Luntil after Memorial Hay aud join you Thorc arc vijry few flowers lu the vl jcinity ftxccnt dogwood and tho wild wind flpwcrs wlilcii fade quickly But line clump of rhodo deiidrornse eral miles down time slope thai nee lit full blooni aid fsonic of itlicm amid perhaps wllllrlnJtI n fow lowers In the all 1 y fdtlier was a soldier atidI halve nhtayt taken part in Memorial tiny exorcises at iiouiC t tyib to jofn you the moro so from VhiJt Alss Jordan ua tqldmc of Elip brave man i hQbas gono says you qre from the western nari of the state c lay f askito what regiment tie belonged UTile Socon J volunteers Company O He was first lieutenant and served from the bcglunlugA About his onl- yregret Qeingtupe swag h t IJl could hfs oid- counra srAelfoftCWOndCr afwh1f thy were doing and how many of them were still alive Ills great wish was to see hits old commander Gen qiil Tavto O Q riior tBey Svexe J t qo legs togircr ana tdchr ileitis V ien General lUvtstoundctl his com I pany my husband svs t iftpilu enroll his name I wish I knew the gjneralH address so I could write lulu allout John h h otwflPs e tj nth s1 irtrtUII Jy t7h iyebenrtl ofthecompauy prhaps said Jordan wistfully It did some very hard lighting and more than onehalf of the company sere killed In the war and mnny oth were wounded some of wbonKftyii died Thero cannot be very man- ylit i I Howards fact was gfac lender i reminiscent Yes I know of the company and It brave deeds jJe answered iVhpi al home I always went to ho rounlniis with my gratHlfathejnijiV knew SOt- 1JIt ilng of nil the rolJlpn11leR In the state ut everybody rigs Of1 Company Its heroism and tragedy Only awn I mrndes were pUpp sed leff t6nn QIWtifot connect him wlb nrufedaof Jor than when talking with Etta The Only man loftof the wiiuivpwiiniuiii I t Is General Tavls j Jordans eyes fitted they ti fw faraway lookcame tTftTPtnem I has all his comrades with him she murmured and they nrC- fp there waiting for their old com A little while only n little longer and they will welcome too Bravo men are tender mend I they will save a place for mo Ido John J- I Please dont grandma plea ed tta Grandfather can wait for your i while lotiRor mid I need you here Ioro than lie does der rMnlit MSTf 1lero III0nl1f M The old wrtpmn drew the glrbdowr pan her hip lint theMitrawnylmok rr lu nor eyes r1IIlncd wJII bo tak n care of child Of U slue said mind 1 out w i1I n JURtrI1BiFrg Jl lay as Its yt a 11 nR x- r icct I va Ik mffJtrnnd illlog 1tWln ws In- i thoughts are maids and romlnlwenccs I may bo with you for years yet though It will ncroRwirlly bo years or I than1helpyou he lake Ilns nrtiws t rci his rcftllefnre he t eager renrln Mra JoMftjuMit1 rrtoi lanIIIgnnsl I I had not lutes ta leJlydU it iolknowtpe v But wriuut Bou down the path n It I nil Wame ojiMn nn tin guarded fiioiuoiU I httn I promised 4p marry mo sonic time but after what has been said and what passed be ljttJlnthough Bell alia LlsSulotlittltce JrdlA lives 1 nm afraid they will not beI vcjry pleasant llclghbbfs 1 hndTutend erf to go homo nod get established ind dome business and then como back for your consent nail Etta You have only I I kncbvil fiefjrh jfoAV Keekp 3a lVthfiultJ JODNa WIFE nEKAID OKNTLV bring credentials fur your inspection Et uVQuUt not curtfor them lint mnyl think it bgst fpr me to go down only jjbr a Aiy or two tend with your cohseh couio Dock with a minister Melnoriu tttiy Is Wednesday and Ill get here Tuesday afternoon Thurs day or Friday we will all go to my house until I make other arrange raents Cedltrbire1ezchdtnedMrs Jordan Yes It vlll be best Yqur husband would say so what you have told me otyour life sfbcG he died you can realize sometblngof what the fu Lure would be Vo could como back every year and It will be nice to como at this ffasmr to be hero Mmoiol day jjf Yo tJDit1 tri i ti t Mrj ordanJi The ole woman lIQledl 1 him slcadi I for stifle iriomentd hercyes soften MiV I Il kisl- Yte t lIownrd I Won trust you sue snrwn could no tlook at roe JIKe thaj dtjMjrwise lt m jlp you aro right 1 think you tire We will ct pectyou Tuesday After ho hind gone the yearning wistfulness again returned to her eyes TwIsh I had risked tutu to 1HK a f saidr egr tt Ily rrOSllUctsEhettat U the- o icr tics or Ites I dldVlilnyr of fit but did not like to ask Oh grandma I wish you had cx cl lmcd 4 tr i Howard would have mccuT5nlyao glatt IAI IItn wont be back Jn time to get the rhododendrons 4crul beabouit1VV must pick all the flowers we can amid perhaps we will find some pretty loaves to arrange wIth them ill cJty i Mop t Jony1 rut slay 6t gt u ttM t1hOU lh rte tIt wn satisfactory the quality Was not HI BliowftTTri lieilbnppolnTereyes They were on the bench seat nrranslng thorn when they hoard the sound of hoof boats and looked down till path tc see four horsemen approaching Instea- ddfiwa Howard and a tall distinguished lugkinftli in wlthwJilto hair and board riding ahead Behind then was A grqvo ypijiig folro4 whose dress be spoke the clergyman The fourth ride us Imojjtihjddo n by a huge pmlsteI board box I lrrcod across the pommo of tifl saddle flwjitd and his corn jianlon sprang from their horses the older vltl almost uiuch ease as th yqunggnaud camp forward mtrtt Jordan said now nr grandfather Oenora lvavls nnititiat lingering a little on thojiaiuc lH Etta grnndfather a Mrs Jordan hind risen to welcomij tbtt butatthepaino she bellandsforent rlrcnmstances with him bur waited too long When Howard told me I laid to come And this IH 1ttl1j turning to the young girl and kissing her Howard tins told mo about yu too my dear Ho Is fortunate n fortunate In tho prospect of havl lug you and Johns wire with me I tell Howard ho must not think of gti mg wnylnto business My affalrx tare tbnll old man like m to iflnJh p11 my house ts nIt Jc rg for my own use t tilt byery happy there t gether Now Iotor to the mum wit the big box you may bring the r- here sc f tared K tr J an Y y eve John 011 to nXI1fIft hrouJ a few yO nnl Itt t n s w Pet how to nrningo them while nownf and I walk up the slope n little vrn lAter wo will talk about Johnj 1 IlnrtR mttlU lime h Cory 11 ll flUHtomsof this world behind tbon and pin tholr own play 4n H nomit doflnnco of the Glue laws of the ware Emerson I I FaCW1 og WeakWomerf Nile of Jill the sickness ofwomen is Quo tp somo derdnActmntror dir crib cf t6e1r mS distilled feminine Such sickness can be curedIs cured t 1 1 I r ir0tierce s Favorite Prescription A Makes Wtoar Women Strong u Scf Women Went It acts directly on the organs A nfTcctcd and is nttthe same time n general restora tivo tonib for thowhote system I ours female complaint right In tho privacy of home It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning examinations nod local treatment so universally insisted upon byjdoptprf and so abhorrent p every modest woman I Wo shall not particularize here as to the symptolnof those peculiar affections incident tQ women but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of posithe cure ore referred to the Pcoplcs lomon al Adviscr1008 pages newly revised and uptodflto Edition sent frrcon receipt of 21 one cent stomps to cover cost of mailingonlp or in cloth binding fpr 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Yft u rIaM 0lF 1 tQO U f nII TIME UV tIW1 Yf I M A S rile Made nt litho Foldtime distillery Lynchburg Ttfnnossco the g ihomeof pure whiskey for It century C Gold Medals and Diplomat Awarded at St U Louis 1904 Liegf Belgium 1905 oAt the Club or at Home 0 Jack Daniels No7 is the peer of whiskey It I satisfies Its mallow flavor brings delight to the palate Straight or highballcocktail or toddy its the whiskey used bv those who really know o Its absolute purity and ripe maturity make Q it delicious in health necessary in illness I 4 Quarts No7 500I12 Quarts No 7 = l I EXRE8SPREPAID1I I Vitnyi oi1 O All trail orders carefully and promptly attendedto Address 0 OaUorders toDo 0Cor Viyjjinja and7th tats Eentuckyfnt n =0 JJOOEOO IDod1 Ai Splendid Offer for r 28 A Much Better Offer for phfc 365 4 450stoJ I Wefefi You About the Best Offer First i T 1r K tJC IN otffiYERRl I I All rtcirIh0 Y The Next Best Offer 1 AllrhN rh Hturi ant fartnl6mnths i CyHntl idilar 1I1gl lntUo4ul 1191 JI 365 i f A Good OfferBut Novas cooJs V Y 1 II 1 j f Either of the Above 1 I V v i rHF KIJt KiAN ONE YEAR I j ail ForThC Sp1oJllil r ISJpgHzuie months s a fr r Ih cado you ar6nbwgotUngthe Homq and Faris t1 3 mopolltan your time will bo extended Thl offer for k f limited time only Address all orders jo i tJ J r I l i I J KIN SYlll KENTUCKIAN Hopklnlviiie Keh ucky r 9 f When You Visit NashvilleI y TOP ATEi tiiUiiS B 1 I t r rhgrNEtV CENTRAL HOTEL the most centrally located hotel In the cityon Sixth Ave North nfeoi corritir 6f Church street All cars from Union station pass within two doors df thehouse DelifchtfuKRoomB Sfrlondfd Table and all the Y J comfbrt of home tN better place oriihopperfl ipinb biiblo i 1 I room for convention parties Witdtin2blbckdof Capitol I1I- 1 lRAT s kEA dt C I t 1 Sptfija Rate toartpsfleou q nWi iti When we net your wireldss call for HELP we will coma to the rescue witli toad old ===== PRINTERS INK =coob l t qIils SAVEp MANX BUSINESS l lmf 2 IRotV WNANCI At StUPWR CJ l J J C I r J I r TrTJrrt 4 Liv 1IIIIrI Mow iiVS ti to locate lands will feoon douhJ It 1 J srs IiiA Adrtt88 injortnrtioh tolumls C 1 Tbl1AHOHTODAGWoRIS h tl 1 TULLAIIOMAXENNe P HEADQUARTERS d- t FOR8t n S T y1 ijfOI iS 1 e I Nuts Raisins Gan dies Figs Dates Fire- Works Oranges Apples In fact everything good for theV Holiday DemandA- T W P Quails No JO SIXTEi STREET Time TableI Np6Gm ckITaking effect 1000 6clrtfk p n Sundhy Nov 14th 1909 V fir If P f NORTH DOUND LEAVES too 332 Evansvillgl Acc I- mo ionrF0o m KO 302rEvafiflville Mattoon Exorese1 3ti am No 340JPrinceton mixed 4 15 p m 1 IS ipUTH BOUND ARRIVES o34iHopkinsvmemlxea I I I 91611 m- to821 vn8VitlelHOpkin i I t1jllP mail t J 340 p m tid 801 EvafisvillbHopkinP I t vile DredS6 35 pm Train Nh 3 2 eonnser at PrTncb ton for PqlJucah St Louis arid wtiy stations also runs through foEVtins L vine f Train No 302 cbnnpSts dt Hnte-i i ton UisVlIeCi cirintiti wa- Islations irid all points East also psvliieTrain l betwee- nHopkinsviileandIrihcetbn 1 1ITI lAsnt t T J 1 kHwdattuiHottrol fiiiddd Io met I uonuttlctlconodenIPaJIIAIIDDOO SOommuntoetd eefree Ohlct a forrecur1 l1terIC I tnuair JUIIJI jlyamh r IJI clatnot1ttl1n d bdrae I i Sill Jiiuwlcan t Tandanuoytnnslraif4wrr Vlr I racitV f riovwrtfiTLsiIflUBllOT F 1 Utnre b DIrIOD it frFfOR SLEI 1 I i 1It Gilt Edge Bonds sf 1r ttockl IBan NTT ci rt t n j a il 1 1 f 1- t l f i t M 1 s i bt1 tf- a iI l I r r I 1 t r 1 I SmsionaIus I LIRA 1 mm f J Attrrn y a Laws l moo Witli Trimble Boll Planters Bank nd1 Trust Co ltldf KIopkinsvillQ L K t F McDanielP acgt4lrnltd lo qhea e 1 l IPr Ear Nos and Thc tt in SUminf rs uUdiiid licit ttbrfNop4o Cumb Home Office Hnyrs- letdo t to2IfC41140 2106 pI m j DrGtR4lsbdlJ I hs Veterinary Physician Surgeon Laynes Stable Phone 530 HO HESTER J U AILENSWOR j H stpr lllensworth9 v Attornoy ouse1WebberriottfPhonqs HopklnsVlilo Ky i cH TANDY i DENTIST Ofll so ovtr First National Bank 1IOPKINSVILLE KY D j 1 D VARDS I I 1Eyte4 4 m JcatttL Uot9ltjt tJ1tJ1 L fit J Bqrer Shop FINE BATH nflOMS Evep thing New Beet of Service e J JiFRANKBOYD ti Pro- prSCHOOL 1 O Cir4d 5it Iqf l kkeei t ing Shorthand and Typwrit i Jingle assntecllln se qijing lucrative posl on j Wx J 11ei fftir Ecatalogf for P one 912J j QeiA = lt J S i 1I E1 f I Sewing MackiJile runs lighter than any ot1Clr 1t r I f i ffREj i l t la lbh etianttnYt tile- riIi 1mEdIIJ i I filfIitanyfJI = f i JJ1 r wi IIJXc ee vibroatipT I BerateU1 t r l CS a ect- t I t t4ittlrianyoltt err tLLIl l is thtca corn- bined in onc FREE SEWING MACHINE CO 1 J Ih lrrl 1f lch Eur tireCOiI AaopYin t MADAM DBAW i F tfffivf ain nrRr rex caNnrAprroA rINEVER KNOWN TO rAILI n I An I 6 7 I earl jn nanua t m ttlfanaJ tIn pr1tS llllorIIrlwQLg714A1INe JIIu Ilt1 U i UNITCO MCCICALCeeoXT4a CA4TCN P Sold lu t opklrsvlllebir1h211AQerseti fowler Drug C- oIeorlorec1 x= r aa- CASTkiA f r UJ jf 1yo rJror For InfuYts and Children Tie K nfou be- i AIvy BOuht 1 Bears the J t tJlgnoJttU r tA J r I JdU i- i4 I t I 1 oJ Lir iiy- e 1 1 1 1 J In 1rp For tOver- Thirty Years I CAST RIA Exact C6py of Wrapper THI CENTAUR COMIAlfY NrWVOKKOITV i I 1 1 J rrJ1FHER S A f ft o T tHf BA RGA N l i tU 100 t 1 oRfvo yllttaI ir rr acf I f 1 1 114I t L ti A l i j I if 111 i Daily 1C4urierJournaI BY UADLt ITHBEE MONTHS Z 1 jil J J t t i f II t t ANDJ v I j i r 6QRljnsvne Key ackian 11 l r1Vtoi YEAR 1 r L f t 1 ft I 1 dO 0QJH roi OPLT754L- i j 111 1 ht pYieeof the Daily Coyrier urarj 600 a year 115- 0Cj for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby 1 We wil accept orders for l at paper and ours durihiJANUARY- FEBRUARYlanuilARCrI 1 S pNLY tit the price for both named faboVe Seniin yourfeubscription td usetnncedndkeep posted on the iIIr i r 1 1Proceedings of the Legislature ii ti tt j I X 1 s M Sunday CourierJournal not intruded in thir offer f Send 50 If Ucents additional if Sunday itsue is desired J l l r I I i Weely CourierJourtiaL1 I ivrM1 f asisi ever was We can still1 firftii8br the I V t JIMUST be sent o this paper NOT to tlio cbj iii Rl JOURti1L to fcei 1 advantage of this cut rate f 1 6 t On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdaysof each month very low fare round trip tickets willa sold via the Cotton Belt Route to points in Arkansas Louisiana Texas and Oklahoma Take advantage of these low flTfelSiflrd 7 iii ttfe iJdlrrjilfopportunhetf noW ripen in the i J fSouthwesV 7ho return limit gives you ample time and you cjan stop over both going and returning + 3 rT JJejt Line toTexas I t I 4 Tho 1 Cotton Belt is the drI Niemphii Ito the Southwest through Arkansas It operates daily trains carrying through sleepers chair cars and parlorcafe cars ains from all boirtte kqdrec t Memphis with Cotton i It tt 10F11Pptjtlt esttl7 not 11 the Southwest until todayilj 1 I lICit p y ii you tliedulo etc I will alto tend you free our books on L ass fU9Lt 7rtt nuldine Ky l I rezekiIil q S J 1 1 A Scholar Who Didnt Like I I I thlr lpllnlJi i1 f By GWBNDOLIN ADAMS1 I j t11 i ft aYYICht 1909 L American Press ilrocly 1 ntr tt1I4g Mvkviird l4 rftia IJe ddali- GrfegK J jnipir Hi tlU bIJfJoIc ElAn pkofdli hull plenty of hymns hilauot up- I OL wIt1 to tp dtdtllyuncomhe wns kroiCing fortbUl TIe hfewrvell wl it prclnfult Jess ll indauqtdi plfun I was shown to ilelingtfontJu brijreCjl2wttythq first recitation c t uaa during till term but was not that an aggravation of the offense Slnco Jlo had managed so long without falling ii yd f tI aJraht ft f fI fez dnh whs awoc Unit s 4on ms J e cloys waa olsnjlsihjcl lie vould de ceive a not altogether unmerited flog He was norsnArlngatuvery pore rile 7S S v lolcleawCtl nn to refresh the ttlr tyoctuintlrts of the baek sents melted In tlm iti tens hunt and a tiny stream of ilteiwatoi IrlclUw slowly from the extremity of either pocket aud formed a uiluipturo llmlbootThe young olrondepi was growing desperate Bpd when the master haw- Ing dismissed the other members or the history class turned to him with- tho command Thke off your coat sir the boy stepped t forward and obeyed with a feeling of actual relief i our conduct has been most repre hensible sir said the mastcr push- Ing up ills loatslethe and testing the strength of his ruler while thirty pairs of eyes gazed spellbound and a vful silence reigned i ost reprehensible sirthe repeat eil null the ruler fell with a thwack which sent the blood tingling through every vela In the culjirits body I Jlezeklahvuever ku w exactly what btlppeuecaftfrtlat Jle teniclJurctl an Veugeanct- orcfcHnie4 hint fie waited to thrash- thtihihslort to1 thrash thei whole school Before the weapon could descend a second he sprung nt hkj assail- niit With c7lliclhed listsnni blazing eyes1 r1 jThere ivas n moment of silence while the angry maser col hared his r ami I shook him as a terrier sbiRkesa rat Then the flat sided rate was once more Brought into active play upon the Unck pf nezeJklah Griggs Now sir said the master when at- hengthbecomlug weary of such sefcro exertion he released his hold on Hez cklaha coal collar take your seat and Jeafcn your history j Heedless of the command the boy seized ills jacket and snatching hls cap from its peg on tile wall made w rush for the door U it vjth out opposition and before tho astou i b master hId time ta recover ffom his surprise he ivflsracingnong the highway toward home i lntothe blg roomy lalghen Whefo GrnndfnthetGrllfs hlmscli sat in a great the Weekly v grhndmother tarlggs cleso by paring apples he dashed like n runaway engine Why Ilezeklah exclaimed the jgofid girl wotnitu looking somewhat startled a body M think youd been tired tram n cannon by the way you come flying Inl Whats happened tIezeklahsat down hndbfcgan to cX pi M yopYertfununn the boy had reached the n st QblllczcklahT oxclnnijitiou was full of sorrow yl surprise apd HezefilahB fell Arm not solufe backtd school nny- riiore ho snl4 d g eIlrJ I kupwtheoh1bccomfngnn edifcatcd1 tuna tang he expected him to JeT jry tfFfButgrandfather took off s thcluaitd Sold 5 Well Ilezeklah we wont talk about It tonight Youd best go to tuebarri and thrash pas till upper tluuweHfietyej inattc inhutWP tomQrroI I H zckluhoJe ed tie woiit about till dark looking triumphant Staying away from school was next thing to Denting true master lie slept well and arose Arm in his determina tion not to return to school When his gftcrbreakfastthat he was wrong Ilezeklah was still resphite J Well n zcl nbfthe old aJtIll Jtll11bId have been glad lNIOUSJ1J gone and It youd el toitV tvouldnt havi minded a yenr or oat college to finish oft ItiLrtstit 1si- youll have to earn your living some other way nod I Huposn jll1 snonnr you set about Ic the IftwY1 Im wlllhiK to worl gnutdint leI Iczeklah said In some surprise Yes I know and I Hhourdtirt won def It fjllns Jonus would ou u Job tot n iuOnth or two 1 rIttng ImM Illrn trt ant n tiny to do chores and although you much used to work If you get round spry you might mlt him Grtnlfnt her 1 Or fiiiilmicJ rile old snail It J Jut II sane iiutiMii pois Ill birr- fail I uivvi if Ill lv Mill err itHi1 hu 1 udon c i pw nip 1tI a- Vt i it II i tI u i i i11 tttsfnlheru Vury well Tiles Vull cull II inlllr gnittraliiitl tIm yourt stltCilllttlliwlhtii that maybe soniotnin olMo will turn ami If jMiu should 14clJfof nJtH wbyVour mik roorfi Toll aIbancent lfbn moro I liezekuTlir r 1 CA UQzo la h WItS dlsng recably surprise- datt4ltlhUliitlrx IL J tlikcn It i lllC never him thai his iral tC fnlhorrwhw Unil mm ever since ho whs Iutt if hbitlestl Jlftlcor phan ton years before would gust hIm I19thnii 1lluOT very liarS to look HH if things word qJ1cctrldwhistle faintly as he passed the win thrmtgh jvjileh ho f bs utnd father w7jstegnraliignjlrblbut tbtAlatft nulnmcljolv uotc died 1 Ilong before IMOiti jljo bniM ti = f TI- lczekluh rkncvlteire tbilitTjlB grandfather had harvested so many JI atF11 eve uftissos tcLtyeitop of libfr mol and stowed away on the beams him the toy v tossVl dWnla jgiteatiboa Into the middle of tbcthnishlng floor piqkcd up his flail and begun opera tions Uutrlt ails of no Usd to try to make hll1lslr believe thathii HJ C to thrash pens IJetrjed to buoy hlpiiielf upvVllh the drought that be was 6arflliig inSuoy biitJoiiK ijerore lilghfevbrt ttils thousrit failed hlnv as ho bcguu to rcrilbc that unless he gotuloug qonslderpbly faster than he was then doing I betdulll boardle his task for a celt rind thou cleaned upand nicas ured what he had thrashed exactly forty hnshglsofwlilch his share of course was four bushels Peas Iwero worth ccntS It bushel accordingly heyearned 240 After baying his bodrll lib would have JQ tents left ab average Of 15 cents n day 1 It was discouraging Grandfather Grlggs snit liot1 a word but the boy knew Well that if be would oufy ac knowledge himself In tim Wrong and hrpinlse to ggjback to school and obeV the master the old place Iu his rmi- dfitters hlm beat altiiomewas yeti y for But pride woulduiiotf him to yield and all through the short De cembir daysuyd the ijrst Uluth of the new year the regular clipclap of the llall was hoard vvllhout informls sloe and the heap of peas IU the ary grow and grew till it ttmounteti to Mho bushe- lslIezeklahd almost completed his task and WitS rejolcliig to think that he and the hall Which In spite of their long standing fellowship lIe cordially hated were about tpjuir com pany A boy Is like icolt Nothing Is so well calculated tb drive the nonsense out of his head and mnkQ him trusjt warthy as a little regulari Lncze klah dld not knew this but lie wAs quHe conscious that he did notTcd l ids lie felt six Decks before J lie haul been doing some barding whUe fcwitjglug tIle flail atul hall begua to see that he was not uftoseth er the tine fellow lie hail always imag ined himself to be f IIe had worked harder at thlsljob ot thrashing pens than he had ever done at anything before and yet his earn Jugs were barely sufficient to board and lotbe hint while bUR engaged He thought the matter ver and came to the conclusion tlfot he owed his grandfather something for all those rears pf helpless clilldhood wherein the old marts tovo nn 1tnre had been Watchful aut uut Ilezeklah hadd conscience It was very like other boys Consciences full contradictions and absurdities but tot all tMtlt pointed out that tho gruuc1fllJtbobedlencel roide up his rnlntIlie wbuld do It inda8 iewielder the flail above the hits footing1 I he JwWOUrnvily resolv tell hjs grandfather all that was Ingto Jk art So deeply engrosserl was tie In pondering over this sop esolutloir that hp tld not bbserte a ark fihad b y- andtlioSunlight Which fell between him lbat tittAi ttlAl through tho suldleu about I lliei boy laolicd itii and saw the beUW face ofbla good grand fattier sraiHiiRlowu iipdu him clone very well ontirwo3tlie old mOilUPII1oJngb Id 110 jd uthut you would keep at It till they were llnislicd I belluvu heres the nultlngxpCu mart la you tifter nlf ifefe j ou 1111 bung of going nt noxtV t vIlO bIObil r shpt is tlia t ys r and ills enrb bet wl but Uir sucaiiernrJj4ovo Ill go back to school All right returned the old man ntmln Td jutt us tit i I ItllW itfte T Uei Gf tairnVd 5tttt- very much us Grandfather Urlggs bad taJgtl Ict sl utctitIIr z mh w tf ac to tl 1o Pllit I ling ir- unhiilg II fly III hndIiI Durso 1ii- the hlstoiv class and In duo time wont ftpbysU laii und still lives to tolr his gnunl children of the fun Jltnx used toliuvo In the little ItfiLscliaotliouio guars ago md they oftup laughs over tho mis take he made tho tlljio ho undertook o thrash tho master A CO Tho Story of a Braso FoundeKAx formation olvGambrinus i M n raI lcrti 1gtliJy isito bit itit loonI f till eJPc of Anicrira Tin J ml fwIut tnnlrl tint t u Nh r I statue of Christopher Coin ml dorl i puke square of the rit 1V auttfimt was far in excess ttflk DIU11 n M v ich the mon had at liiwilis pOinT Ho was about leaving 4 do spair of being able to Ice ulc1he- 8tntl hen the brass founder ud- Cqjnc buck in the junk yard ttnd l if iTsJ2e what can bo found lost went back and the ass yfpundAT showed him a coljlteal Gambrinus recently re rgobiduct rested a beer keg in leis innd IWl1p inrge and overflowing scUoon crT His beard was long and 9h gy his brow was wreathedIanl1qbollt of barley and p llT4y this yill never doyajd TJIO at emission merchant 1 j ant a statue of Columbus touchI4JMtfliu 8CjJf hat yo thin of It HIt SOl S ouyot inn Ira a It the amount you have at your disposal 1A ooiihas th visior gone the brass founder set rt tofncri at work Q the figure or Gambrihus They r rb u oi 1elc FaTe om tender u15JiglI j fci there an anchor and a eorl1trope leis iiand r removed the o1jlelahjlmibtjtuljcd n globe with a on itj fjom his brow they took the wreatl barley and hops and substitute I a- wfeat1t of lnuretnmllh n 10 lcd to trim up his whiskers 1 beHrfifali ing touch consiteu in putting at the base pf the statue Cristofcro Colombo J When the commission merchant came ho was delighted with the fig shinned it to theCentralAmerrean dityv iQcre it adorns the public square sand is looked upon with veneration Jvy the New ork I sTimesI v i Sure Proof r When lrjncetand Germany were at war an Englishman was by tho French and accused of being a German spy A letter dated Berlin and jgn dhlhis inotftcr was found vaif trku by drwnhclluc9u to t partial Im lton On the way to flue place of ifticcu hon he said that he had left torn thing behind and insisted ongoing back for it t 4 Youcant go back was riplyf Youjaro about to bp f cant hetptllatt fall he W have left som and I mu fgWhat have you IMYUJ JL t j Thatsettled ifr 3He was rcltased No one but an Englishman ffitid his captors could be such a thoroughgoing imbecile as ilfat ii 1 The Trading Rat An animal ipstinct teaches it to glee sorncthing in return for that which nature has iauglif it to stcftU should be capable of A busia ness e li ation A curious state mcnt isniade about the trading rat whio js one of the unique aficL interesting animals met with in tie Rocky r dbntains Miners pf the region declare that although these Hrahrentor houses and mines and take things thQyinbiiering something in its place They conduct f trade nd hence their II tThey at night and steal anything they can iind Jarrjinb + and foHsDut inVaMblyllUving o chip stick or stone in place of each anti de taken j awayPlain Termsa Doroth tho small daughter of a lc1phcrtlc 1tofua cornfield adjoining time icadow Shortly she amo into the house flushed and exited na1sh oxcliaiiQcdi breathlessly If got so alli that did c1v SWO n here 1 1W U1t1tfjU IJS 1 the 1l0Ckfdr m6th r p 1 That yon s F IeafeclhQrtinold- mans rntcllwo4Homo Companion J IEmbarrassed R I h1frAtnyour you arc away frighrom longer than usualr 1 f Yes annul r4ul JJ Mrdotl Im gating osi nslI m to botlw Jth tM ditto eltVtuthlul- rzplditltiQ abou detnl 1 b- wOrkr1iitcni1 ofvinirllntcrosting to t lv uo j ngton Star J J r r lp 1 i I 9 t t l I r fVMMY11r MwwwL + w 4 GMb ji Ary n + w rs a Vi I l i c I 11 t o 9ilyFl 1 I 1f i JV W t t t t t r t r t 2 t t t N Y t 2 aN tI Hello Hello Is This 1910 t I n ULI1ji Rm1lirL tw EtEt 1 I S mrNeedyi way send those orphans the Lackers school and proVIde medical attention for old man Short 1 i4down with rheumatics Get that young Doctor that wants a start Hes young but knows jit I tas much as the others Keep your eye upon ALL these and yes thats allNO START SOME THING and employ all the capital that is being poured into these banks here in Hopkinsville proceeds t of bumper crops at high prices Get a move on that County Fair Build some houses to rent k There is not a vacant one in Hopkinsville Losing population every day Thats all for the present I I Get busy please goodbye It FORBES MANUFACTURING COMPANYINCORPORATED j w wNwrMYN rMw YY ywM wMwwrlYr AwM+ Yr wwrl MwLMwY MwwMw MwwYM +MM LI Mww Lwr Mw MYM MwwwN M Mw fACTS ABOUT THE CENSUS I L Supervisor Anderson Gives Out an Interview on the Subject BOTH SEXES ELIGIBLE Enumerators Will be Ap pointed and Ready for Business April 15 I The simple test which candidates for enumerators places will undergo February 5 does not take away the supervisors right under tht census law to designate suitably ptroons for such positions said Suuurvisor of Census A H Anderson at his of fice to day It is designed to aid the super visors in the exercise of that discretion and to enable the Cetsus Di rector intelligently to use the power of approval of the supervis rs de signations conferred upon him bylaw hit is very well understood that President Taft Secretary NHgeI and Census Director Durand all hold the supervisors responsible for the en umeration There is no doubt I C O You Can be Free From Colds D o rr 1 A to to therefore that our first and most important duty is the selection of honest capable and active persons to make the count The Census will be taken not by the Census Bureau officers or the supervisors but by the enumerators They are the ones who come in con tact with the people and get the facts Unless every single enumera tor does his whole and proper duty there can not be a correct census There can not be anything of greater scientific value to this country than accurate statistics as the basis of a study of the existing conditions regarding our population agricul ture manufactures and mines and quarriesAll persons unless specifically disqualified arc entitled to apply to take the test Only those under 18 years of age and over 70 and those who have not become citizens of the United States are barred Other wise all persons regardless of sex and political affiliations are eligible It is left to my judgment whether it is wise to appoint women in my district They can do the work I have no doubt especially in certain parts of the district There were a good many employed all over the country in the Twelfth Census j The time for closing the con sideration of applications is January 25 Those received after that date will have to be ignored Applica tion should be addressed in writing j to me at this office and not to the Census Director I will send in quirers the necessary form and in structions concerning it Afterward I will send those on the list prior to the test set of directions for filling r p out the test papers This will en able everyone to come well prepared Nothing could be fairer or better calculated to insure a satisfactory applicant passing the test The test itself need not deter anyone Any person with common sense and a commonschool educa tion can pass it All it consists of is giving the candidates sample popula tion and agricultural schedulesupon which are to be written in the proper columns the required details which are found in printed descrip tions in narrative form of typica families and farms supposed to be in a district There will be some in stances requiring the exercise of judgment to decide whether a given entry should be made under one column heading or another You can see how simple and elementary it isThe test will be held all over the I country and in every supervisors i district February 5 There will be several places in each district for taking it One place would be insufficient I It would not hold all the candidates As supervisor I shall have the direction of all and the teat examination at eash no matter under what official agency it is heldi will be that sole and simple one prescribed by the Census Director I I am given until February 22 to i rate the papers in a very simple way and to gain an idea of the qualifications of those rated as having pass ed Next I will forward the papers of the successful candidates with my recommendations or dcsigna I HeII have been selected give his consent i ICI I The best way to avoid having a cold is to take 1when the first simptoms appear something that will its development If you dont do this its generally a long fight and the cold may use you up before you get the best of it Our 2 COLD TABLETS tI if taken as soon as first of a cold ap symptoms pear will at once stop advance IfIdevelopedheres I nothing that will cure it quicker thorough cure J usually in 24 hours Price 25 Cents If the cold is attended with a cough use a bottle of Cherry Juice 25 cents L L ELGIN Druggist I Hopkinsville Member of the Pure Drug Asso ciation of America JI J a 1 l t71 Ica G PREPARE r rWhile it is warm for I ylye I DONT FORGET THE PLACE J BEST KENTUCKY COAL Ir PHONES 59FYed Jackson YARDS Cumb Cor 13th and 1 H9C x t or COAL DEALER Railroad Stroets lq l 1M Il J If Cl4 fir CL oJ iIf aII fi 41i ltt to their appointment and they will be commissioned The middle or latter part of March should sew everything settled and the selected and commissioned enumerators will be sent more circulars and books of instructions relative to the inter I pretation or meaning of the ques tions on the two schedules I April 15 the Census Army will move forward in the enumeration Certainly the Federal Census taking is as necessary and as honor goodII therefore ask the same highgrade citizenship to come forward and help me have the census taken ac curately and expeditiously- As President Taft has said the pay is not large but the work is worth doing well and some day we shall all feel proud in the conscious ness that wt had a part however humble in taking this Census FRANK GHllTON Captures a Cash Prize For Best Work Done For Swift Co Frank Chilton one of Hopkins villea popular traveling men who represents the Swift Co soap factory is located at East St Louis hay captured the cash prize of 150 for the best work done since Sept 1 1909 Mr Chilton sold 215000 pounds more than three times as much us any other one of the 52 salesmen His nearest competitor sold 62000 pounds Mr Chiltons terri ory is along the L N Rail road tram Greenbrier Tenn to Henderson I his enormous aggro gage or his Hales amounted to seven carloads All of the salesmen at the factory were guests of honor at a banquet given at the American Hotel St Louis one night last weep all of the expenses of the salesmen while in the city being paid by their house Mr O L Watson Superintendent presided as Toastmaster and formally presented Mr Chilton with his cash prize The happy recipient made an np propnate response in accepting the money which was of me long green variety so popular with most travel ing men Mr Chilton who so easi ly ranks as the best drummer his house has on the roadbeen with Swift 10 four eurs He id a brother of Mr Jim B Chilton Chairman of the Democratic County Committee and lives in this city He is not only solid with his house but is popu Jar with everybody who knouBhim wr OMISSION Of Tin Letter i5 Changed Meinipg In the card of thanks Mr 0 C Kinsolving proprietor of the Elec tric SOti Shop published in the Situ rilaya Kentuckian the sentence ell AM to make the Hopkinsville Eli m is Shoe Shop second to none in Kentucky should huve been I AIM I make the Hopkinsville Elec Sin Shi i second to none in Ken tusk i arycUR t AI Week of Prayer The week of prayer is being ob served by the First Presbyterian church individually no arrange ments having been made by the Ministers association for the usual unionmeetingThe by the Evan gelical Alliance will be used in the main Begin to put in force your New Year resolutions with reference to the church by fidelity to these services Public cordially invited C NoticetoFarmers1No Floor Until Monday 1910I J I But any Farmer that brings his 1 trJ bacco to R Eo Cooper Co Loose Floor during Xmas can draw money on his receipts we will advance liberally with NO INTEREST charge so your tobacco We have plenty ofroomf- and Money to take care of you at R E COOPER GOS Loose Floor Warehouse Near I C Depot Hopkinsville Ky We wisfi to thank the farmers for their very liberal patronage of our Loose Floor and promise to get you the highest prices for your tobacco Wish ing you a happy Xmas and prosperous New Year Very Respectfully t t 1 R E Cooper Co Loose Floor Warehouse Near I ell Depot Hopkinsville Ky LOCAL SERVICE UNSURPASSED I i 1 II H LONG DISTANCE SERVICE BEST I TRY THEM f 300IK1A J1 Residence 16 rThe opkiI CoIOALli A444 E0B1MMTAGER t I IoI r Jj r 1 If Iit L t 1 I i 7Ii J It I l 1 f rry f l I J