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BRFAKs LEFTQARM. MR. MORROW'S FATFiER
k!F Nf;WS COPtU AN! COILECTEO FMM Alt ttttRCM
, Wie, 1 WNin nUf , lilt
1 hain't been fof'CarrftH ! toy ow
in dram nua sprung a fen
Liviigatotf Banner by
lat the Standard Oil Co
tag to do with influenc
intive CommStteo to rttn
roller over Payriter and
that the same company
(money into the campaig;
lermaster Gen. Aleshire
2ongrs3 to make an appro
for warhor9es to take the
f the army mules.
Czarina of Russia is said to be
?S3 invalid from nervous
on and a fear that her little
in an auto blew open
a bank at Waterville,
heaped with $8,000.
Fon namon uarro3 Liuco
ided Albano Q3 President
ist Foot in Spain.
jers of neither America or
(tain have a monopoly on
knd contests. The Madrid
Mancoy Negro"(white and
lpleted this year a com-
I) discover the Spanish wo
the smallest foot in the
The rules of the contest
contestant shall send an
fcr foot, traced on a sheet
jer, accompanied by her
address, and her height.
ir to make the contest as
las possible, no lady is en-
lornpletc whose height is
ftj -nine inches (3) The
be awarded t- the owner
Lllest fo t. In case of
s ze it will be given to
t proportioned. (4) The
Luisis f six pairs of
L'seccn i bv tle winner
founty Sold Out.
-r-v i ml 1
in, u uef ai. xneae-
: was marked in Adams
by a grand jury report
led 115 additional indict
jt voters of Adams coun
Ihem with either bribery
h of bribes in connec-
traffic in votes on Nov.
grand total of those in-
i present term has now
j8. Hundreds are con-
Ebeingassefsd small fines
Idisfranchised for . five
( Qnef icttona of 1910,
! New York, Janr'l-With gifts for
public purpose totaling S17,81C,06l
Andrew Carnegie, heads the list &i
record-breHklnjr years for philan
thropic giving John D. Rockefeller
ran a close second wfth $17,000,000,
with Isaac C. Wynwfn a rather poor
third with $10,000. The total bene
factiom reaches the enormous surri
of $150,000 000.
Carnegie's Gift To Germany.
Announcement was made in Berlin
of the acceptance by the German
Emperor of $1,250,000 for a "Car
negie Foundation for LifefSavera" in
the German Empire. The conditions
and. purposes of the endowment are
similar to those of "hero funds'
itm -.27 days, awl the rtcnr enme
erViyy. but he rf'd me no good
Family, he advised an oratfcrt, Wit
I wokl not eoneent, md instead
took Cantoi. Now I ath rwm ttow
the Kme, doing my vrOf,'iwd even
,ny washing. Ca-rdai worked
wonders in my case. I tm in better
health than for five years'! Cardu
is N strengthening tonic far women
It relieves pain, tones up the nerve9
faild? strength. Try it At your
LADIES' READING'- CLUB
A reported attack of a Chinese and
a Japantse upon the United States
consul Adolph A. Williamson, at
Dairen. nt Manchuria, may be the
forerunner of even a more serious
anti American demonstration, is the
fear of Washington officers who
familiar with easter affairs.
Daviess County Deaths
The Owensboro Inquirer says there
were 339 deaths in Owensboro and 84
in Ihe county last year' as recorded,
but 5 says the actual number was
about 633 for the whole county, 508
fn the city.
Henderson Democrats have called
a primary for Feb. 2 to nominate a
senator and representative. 53. I..
Marshall and Ben E. Niles are the
Squaw juies at Age Of 115.
Calumet, Mien., Dec, 31. Mrs
Mary Beniche, widow of the late
Chief Beniche of the Chippewa tribe,.
died yesterday at her home in Bar
aga, Mich., at the age of 115.
Cause Of Fire.
An overheated stove was Ihe cause
of the fire in the Philadelphia factory
which cost the lives of thirteen fire
men and one policeman.
Oa Nashville Pike H Pitas-
ant Holiday Mtetiaf..
Brought to Asylum.
John Lamihorn was brought to
le asylum trom Daviess county
je Jett fcired.
Jett, Keeper of Con-
hrds, was notified that
would be dispensed with
Sber 31. The notice came
Acting Adjutant Gener-
mis by order ot
ison was given
is out of tewn
Fned Judge Jett
Gov. Willson when
fph P. Johnston, Dem-
jama, member of the
laofC njrets on the In-
the bribery charges
tor Lorimer, of Illinois,
that ho be-'
mg the bait
5r a hospital, m
Hit will mark the pass-
moat historic hotel In
Ctrrh In tkk aai U
cUerdU4aM putingithir. am
r rut u iwm4 to m la
great mW 7 ioeimm
aldUMM MXl pfCttI
h to U coutttuM
Ire, roanufftctund y F, J. Cfc-
, 0 U the only oMUtuttoMi
l U taken (ntortwlly In
-en fa). ItUUwUjrci
5 suTforp oUm 7Um.
"...T far uy cam it
Received to Stock The Lake
Of FisJriDg Club.
Another consignment of fish from
the government was received yes
terday by Alex Overshiner and the
nsh as taken from from the car were
taken immediately to the lake of the
Hunting and Fishing Club and turn
ed loose in the lake.
Any skin itching is a temper-tes
ter. The more you scratch the
worse it itches. Doan's Ointment
cures piles.eczema any skin itching.
At all drug stores.
Police Deportment Has Sur
passed All Records in
The Ladies' Reading Circle enter
tained Wednesday night with
Christmas supper at this home of
Mr. and Mrs C. R. Garland on the
Nashville pike. Mesdame M. B
King and M. K. Anderson agisted
the hostess- in receiving. An elegant
supper was served at six o ciock in
the spacious dining hull, which was
tastefully decorated in evergreen
and maple leaves. After the supper
the guests returned to the music
room, where tfcey were entertained
by a musical program rendered by
Missel 'Narcissus McKee. and Mabel
McCullom. Games were introduced
and greatly enjoyed. The following
Mesdames M. K. Anderson, R. M.
Bronaugh, S. L. Cowerd, Harry Ed
ward9, Chas. Garland, L. H. Hug-
gins, J.rl, rlolman,. M13. King,
Logan Nourse, A. H Terry, W. S.
Sanbach, M, F. Winfree; Misses Cla
ra Fallon, Ora Gore,. Ina Gore. Nell
Holman, Mary Jackson, Mary Mc
Kee, Ina McKee, Kate Queries, Eva
Mr. and Mrs. R S Tribble,. Hen
derson! Mrs. Waggoner Va'nd .Miss
Owen, Camner, Ky ; Miss Lula San
bach, Friedland, Ky.; Misses Mabel
McCullom, Narcissus McKee, "'Nan
nie Ho man: Messrs. J no. Denton,
Geo. and Wm..Gore, Clem Arm
strong, Trice Mdrnn, M, F Winfree,
Forest Winfree, M. B. King.,M. K.
Anderson, F. M. Quarles, S h. Cow
erd,, R. M. Bronaugh, Hnrry Ed
wards,. Logan Nourse, Dr. W. S.
MULES WAN i ED.
Ranted to buy 100 head
good, fatt aged mules at
my barn on East Ninth St.
Hopkinsville, Ky. v Must be
jtt, of m writ t m'tt"9 ,u w ww
ROME.ltaly, Jrf J'f!
fftceptlon of sprtiltora o4 deptitiec by
King Victor Emmanuel ami Qiei
Heleiw in the quifinal to4ay it was
noticed tht th qtteeti appmi to
b sufferinf eomiderable.pain. Her
m8jsty explained ththe had had
an accident. Just before midnight
not wishing the new year to begin
without kissing the children, he wx
making her way to their rooms when
she stumbled oh the staircase. and fell
Injuring her left arm. The king
rustied to the assistance of the queen
who assured him that It waa nothing
serious, but added:
"I am sorry that New Vear
To this the king retorted:
jHstine contrary: tne old year
finishod badly with your fall: the
new year begins well because you
are not hurt."
A physician was called in and the
arm was placed in splints.
DIES IN ASYLUM
tit at BU H(
B. A. Neale, Vice-President
of Proposed Railroad
Mr. B, A, Neale, 77 year eld. vice
president of the Cairo and Norfolk
railway, the proposed line which has
been talked of State-wide for so
ong, died Sunday afternoon in the
Western asylum of old age. Mr.
Neale recently lost his mind over
railroad affairs. He had been- a
prominent citizen of Graves county
for many years.
T D., Morrftw, father of Mr. T. L.
MorrW. foea-l J, C. agent, died at
his hm ffl Varderrhan M'm,, last'
ThurMlay, of pr.eumoniM, aged 61
years. He had been 111 about three
weeks. His son arrived at. hw bd
side a few hours before tlie end
came, but Mrs. MQrrow, wm) wm
visiting relatives in Chicago, .did not
reach Varderman vnttl after the
death of her father-in-law. Berth of
them attended the funeral, return
ing home Saturday.
AFTER JANUARY I
My office will be orer the
American Express Co. 9th
and Va. Sts.
Mrs. Hills Entertains.
Mrs. Fannie C. Hille ottrlasc Fri
day night served an elegant supper
to the twenty young men who oc
cupy sleeping apartments in her resi
dence on South Main. The menu,
which consisted of all the delicacies
of the season, besides the substan
tials, was served in five courses and
the occasion was' greatly enjoyed by
To Meet in' This City
The City Bank & Trust Co., has
this day declared a 5 per cent, semi
annual dividend, out of the earnings
of the past six month's, payable Jan.
Checlw will be mailed,
' W, T; Tandy,
Dec. 20 1910" ' e Cashier.
The Democratic Committee of the
irst Railroad District has been
culled to meet in this city Jan. ID; toiof the company.s business. His fam
Gone to Nebo.
Mr. B, B, Rice, who ha been sec
retary of the Rose Creek Coal Co., at
Nebo, Ky., for several years, has
hpen made general manager for the
eompany. Mr. Kice is now in charge
fix a time and place for nominating a
railroad commissioner. Lawrence
jnn, the present incumbent, has eo
Change of Location. ,
Mr. Ira L. Smith, who has been
connected with the Planters Bank
and Trust Co., for many, years,
yesterday began his new duties in
the City Bank andVTrust Co.
CASTOR I A
For infants and Children.
?fu Kind Yeu Have Always Bought
ily will remain at St, Charles Court,
nt least for the present.
I JAN 3, 1911 I
OF THE LYCEUM C0URS
Sol Warcouon - RV
Mr. Marcosson is a native Ken
tucfclan who has achieved (fame on
both sfeie of the ocean. Mr. Rennay
has a ftek all his own in song recital.
Thw number is guaranteed to
ha or money refunded. (
TUESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 10.
The 110,000 Beauty Show
The Swellest Thig in Burlesque.
America's Representative Burlesque
Company in Two Laugh-Provoking
Musical Comedy Burlesques
J Breezy Affair
In Jiangle; Land,
r Comedy Opera Travesty
Rosp Lewis. Flyinor Trapeze. Queen
of the Air; Boss & Boss, European
Novelty Act; Trueheart. Dillon &
Burke. Eccentric Comedy Trio; Ida
Bell. Dainty Singing and Dancinsr
Soubrette; Johnson & Lambert, Ger
man Comedians; Hazel Grant, Com
edienne; MLLE. CARINA, Famous
PRICES 25c, 35c. 50c and 75c.
O A3 TO R I A
Vhen you want fire,
tornado, life or bond
Oldes and Strongest
H. D; WALLACE,
office up stairs, over
Anderson - - Fowler
drug store, corner
Ninth and Main, or
vi. irix-M rjarf ftMw t ff-Trn
DL'CVEEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED 1
to bnlld 7fvr BoilnHh AttlalTTtll
tuaxa you our setuz'.eiit eusccraor.
Prlre. f oiler tm KKUrxMiKifUv-
- - - - i,Nh i. c nni! i.miin
Ueji i9oriir'lmrlt H.liii fA rnnciln In lu
CnAUAOTCCD TO PLEASE.
Write to-day; Menttoq tltte Ps&cr.
And Three of Their Children
The annual report of Chieflof Po
lice Ellis Roper for 1910 will show
the largest year's business in the J Re V. 6. J.
histpry of the department. The ar
rests were 1432 as compared with
1 1133 in 1900. The increase was duo
to the enlargement of the depart
ment and more systematic patroling
Of the city, which has caused many
arrests for gaming and other of
ferees, that have practically been
driven out of the city.
Lou Miller died Sunday night at
his home near Cates' Mill, aged
about 40 years. Mr. Miller had been
ill with measles for several days and
the attack was followed ky pneumo
nia. He is survived by his wife and
several children, three of whom are
very ill with measles. His funeral
services will be held at his late resi
dence this afternoon by Rev. G. W.
Lyon and the interment will tike
place in Riverside cemetery, The
deceased was a member of the Meth-
Lfxlafcte, Ky. jAwmry 2-7.
Tfca life Cwtiml wW sell rouad
trip tickets to Luriwgt t Ky,, m
count tfe above occasion at the rU
of 17.78 for the round trip. Dtu
of sale January 2 to 7, inclusive.
Tickets limited returning to reach
original starting point not later than
midnight of Jan, 9, 1911.
Garrott Died Last
56 'ouilding and general repai
i-ttafly. 4k4c4U all kinds. Phone 47S.
r work of
U V Con; pctt.g. n4 packing tmt im.1.4 tSiia TaTunble a
9 coUwtlcn ot feceda po.tpald, to;thr with my Mtjm
M IntUu.tlvc, UcauUfal freU nnd 1'lnno ViaVJ! tm
m, wc.u.boot t!.UttTTiic4SjJ, riaau.fw.liin
DR. 3ELL'S ANTI-PAIN
For Internal and External Fains.
Just When They are Useful Women's, Misses'
Sweaters and Knitted Coats.
Rev. B. J. Garrott, a well known
colored Baptist preacher, died Sun
day morning at his home on Lovier
street, aged about 50 years. Ha had
been for some time in failing, heltk
from tuberculosis. He leave a wife
and two children. He was ptor of
the Main Street Baptist church. His
funeral will take place at fee TaW
noele Wedneeday. f
Attfttt awtual latiM kaid ImI
wk Hm ChrMka Ceaurty Madkai
Aatoeiaiion tMtketed t4 fbOowing
offleers for 1911: ?rMmt, Dr. O.
E Wright of Bolivar; iyretary, Dr.
W. S. Sandbach of Cy; censor,
Dr. J, H, Rice of Hopwsville; dele
gate to state meeting ADr Austhv
$1.50 Knitted Coats.V Nekiks, for ..... 98c $3.75 Long KnkUd Auto.CodS for...$2 69
175 " " ' $1,19 4.50 u "2.98
2.00 11 " " ".. 1.39 5.00 " " " ",3.98
-2.50 " f'; 1.69 6.50 " M " ( 4.98
3.00 " " . " ' .. 2.29 6.98 " ." " " " 5.39
3.50 Long Knitted AutoyCots " 2,49 8.75 " " " "..6.49
i : : !
Children's Sweater Coats
.Wc II $1 00 and $1.25 Grade.
.49c $2.00 Grade
k 6 1
Yh, Morrow, Agent.
BU of Hopkinsville.