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rANUAjfcy 3. 1911
, i lit i ) ' m ,
under tho stroni wtiho liantJ which
'fa broimht W beftr upon it m& Xhal,
' . ...... J.. l I bnlul !f Vinf
uimernauoutu uani'is" bblU;r than the utiginal
At The Courthouse'-
dDES AFTER McCREARY-;
Criticises Primary Ball$And
STATEMENT OP CONDITION
Kb the Close of Bimnmm
Decl 31, lgiof"'
OpjSiit To All.
Congressman Ben Johnson opened
" his campaign for Governor at the
courthouse yesterday aftemo;n in a
;speech of more than an hour. He
.devoted much. of the time to a criti-
s icism of the methods by which a pri
V ihary election was called over the
J' 'protest of nearly all of the candi
dates. t He severely criticised Senator Mc
Wv -Creary one of his opponents, asxa
. chronic office seeker belonging to a
past age. i
He reviewed his own career of
'political successes and promised if
nominated to lead the party to vie-.
. His speech made a good lmnres
' " fjion, but only a fair sized audience
4 heard him, as but a f mall crowd was
' in town, ' ,,
'8 '"4 nwn Titv Fathers Rv Mr.
Cit Treasurer Herbert L. Aic
V'Pherson gave a dinner Friday even
J:. ' Avorv senar: a delightful affair
u Covers ware uni lor iz anu me
guests were seated at a round, table,
w!ich was beautifully decoratld.
Aw The dinner was served incourses
'"Mayor Meacham Councilman A. W.
Wood, E. H. Higgins, Harry L Leb
kuecher, George E. Randle.ohn B.
Galbreath. City Cerk H; .VV Tibbs,
Chief'of Police Eiiw RopV., Messrs.
LucajS Cayce, J. E. McPherson and
T. C. Underwood. After the dinner
the party udjourned to the residence
of Mr. Cayce and enjoyed some ex
Misa Maud Thompson, of Texas, is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Marietta Merrjtt, who spent
the holidays with her mother, re
turned Sunday to Madi3onville,
where she is teaching.
Miss Emily Williamson, has re
turned to Georgia to resume teach
ing, after a week's visit here.
Mrs. Lizzie Gish Seargent. who
spent the holidays here, left this
morning for Enid, Olka., to resume
her position in the Christian Univer
sity. Miss Annie Hamner, of Union
county, returned home yesterday,
after a month's visit to her aunt,
Mrs. J. J. Robertson.
Mr. Thos. Kimmons spent several
days of last week visiting his broth
er, Mr. Will Kimmons,
Miss Ritter, of Hopkinsvilie, who
has been the attractive gueet of Mrs.
Logan Boulware, of South Sixth
street, will leave Saturday for
Athens, Ga., where she will visit her
sister, Mrs, W. H. Cunningham.
Rev. C. W. Hillstren, paetor of
the Universalist church here and at
Crofton and Consolation, on Sunday
handed in his resignation, to take
effect March 1. Rev. Hillstren cm
here from Dublin, Ind., about twp
years ago to accept the charge of
the above churcha and has since re
sided in this city. He will go from
here to Fairfield, 0., to engage in
- Cbaa. J. Petrle left Friday to en-
preparatory aehool at Annap-
jril will take the mc-
ion to Um Naval
State at larg.
IW. Petrie, of
Eifectricity slt;i-e a Huht that is not
only more powerful but It Is regular
and can be used on cloudy days or
even nights. So artificial light is
used in nearly every gallery these
days. But even under theso con
rlitlnn it is hard to uet just the
rie'hti liehL and hero aain M
Bowleg; instrument . icores, for
furnishes the best light for this pur
poee that can bo found. During the
holiday rush Mr Bowles printed
hundreds of pictures at night, revo
lutionizing the business that has de-
pended on sunlight.
Retouching is another problem
4.1 l 1 I
whicn causes au pnoiograpners
trouble. After a negative is made,
no matter how good it is it m at be
delicately touched here and there
with the pencil and the blimps,
wrinkles or other facial blemishes
worked out bo as not to show in the
finished picture. ThisIs a distinct
art in itself and to do this important
work it is necessary to have light
reflected through the negative 80 as
to bring out every feature strongly, i
Heretofore the photographers have
depended on daylight but; with Mr.
Bowles' instrument it can be done
by the aid of electricity at night
just the same, ur fcyen 9Btt.
ter. Piace the negative in the sr.de
in front of the machmeand the light
from within is reflected through the
negative in the test manner possible,
bringing out every detail strongly.
The invention opens up unlimited
possibilities for projecting pictures,
writing or anything of that nature
upon a canvas screen. Newspapers
could use it to great advantage at
election times in giving out bulletins,
entertainments could be given with
it and many other uses found for it
vVith its brilliant light and theaccu
rately ground photographic lenses
the picture or writing is reproduced
upon a screen with remarkable dis
tinctness and, at any size wanted. It
the picture or writing is in colors
the colors will be faithfully shown.
New uses for it are being found by
Mr. Bowles all the time.
It has been inspected and tested
by traveling men for photogruph
houses and all unite in the - opinion
that it is a good thing and one al
most wjthout competition. Mr-Bowles
will sell it direct to photographers
and he has never failed to make a
sale in the few instances where he
has houn it.
The rapidity of the machine in
turning out work is remarkable. An
ordinary cabinet sized negative was
placed in it and a picture nearly
life size was thrown upon a paper in
fifteen seconds, the picture develop
ed in a minute or two and in five
minutes it had been finished and
framed and was ready to he deliver
ed. This sort of work has been hereto
fore largely in the hands of traveling
representatives of enlarging houses
whose attempts to enlarge often re
sulted in caricatures. This method
not only enlarges but copies and re
The strength of the lights used
can of course be used to suit the
purchaser, Mr. Bowles at present
using bulbs of 192 candle power.
The enventor has had some entic
ing offers for his machine, but has
refused them all. He will take the
road himself andmake practical
demonstrations to probable custom
ers and prove its merits before he
will entertain any offers.
It i predicted that The Eastman
Kodak Co., will sooner or later
the necessity of acquiring the great
Mr. Bowles' succese aa an inventor
is very gratifying to his friends and
the publie generally.
The KsatuckUwi's representative
has seen Its statical workings and
inheeitatingly comMands it as a great
triumph in the art of photography..
Loans and Dis- (
counts....- .4316185 66
Banking House 23 000 00
Stocks and Bonds 84 500 00
Sight Exchange.. 48 492 89
$525 158 51 !
Capital Stock.. -.$100 000 00
Surplus Fund 40 000 00
Undivided Profits 3 268 89
Due Depositors 374 157 84
Due Other Banks 4 590 78
Dividends "Unpaid 141 00 .
Dividend No. 91, 1
' this day 3 000 00
$525 158 51
j. e. Mcpherson,
Hopkinsvilie, Ky., Jan. 2, 1911.
He Wanted to
OLD FASHION ROAST
.IT SHOULD BE COOKED OVED BED
OF HOT A8HES.
nhoitfi' Ira delighted! H frlbblo ox-
hata-Jf "-ask you!" murmured
r-i-KU.-ifltergia.ls the sort of n gtrl '
v. i r, i!rfjJHfa, Uoaon persons dctsh-J
'' , in 0&H(iMcUcnB dolnc thltiKa for '
Now Is the Time to fcfave an Old
Fathloned Corn Roast, Build a
Hutie Bo'nflrer'" .and Invite
' . Your Frjchds Ovr.
Corn and baited .potatoes, with oyu-
uvMjjniiZi7-.iZ -. " " tera roasted in tbe sucll, wiu bo nil
Condensed Financial Statement
Dec. 31st, 1910.
, Planters Bank
and Trust Co.
i . o - .'xvh.jjjnicd by their klndncsB.
woul jis so' good of you," sho
Why Prlbblc burst out, "don't
you knovr that anything I could do to i
ho of sarvlco tcyou, Miss Skolly, would
be a poaltlvo delight to mo? It you
hesitate fb'mnke demands It only
shows how lightly you value my or
friendship', , Moving is hard at any
time, and";with your mother ill It all
fnlls on your I'd bo more than glad
if there-'a. anything I can do to helij "
"You are perfectly lovelV?" said
Georgia with a trusting look in her big
bluo eyes. "Well; since you aro so
kind and thw vans como early to
morrow morning and they're drafty,
and Solomon la delicate you can carry
the parrot's cago over to the flat on
your way home tonight and then he'll
bo all moved and settled! You can
leave him with tho janitor."
"Oh!" Pribble said, weakly.
As young Streng I
sail on Daisy M 'lei
lore starting on dl
picked up a young
fallen from a nest
lent it to Daisy n$ I
ho know her fondtl
"Oh. you little dt!
is young Strong g?J
bird into her keeplil
rou came to fall fro?
Richard had not four
would have eaten youS
shall have a cage ana
llo-anrdnd Discounts $311,fi77.!K)
Stocks' and Bonds 33,100.00
Office ' Furniture and
Banking House and Lot. 22,300.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 115,664.90
Real Estate 15,070 69
Capital Stock- .$144,700.00
Surplus and Undivided
Net Earnings past six
Due Banks (Deposits) 5,703.18
Due Individual Depositors 324.292.77
Bills Payable 42.000 00
A. H. ECKLE3, Cashier.
"Aunt Julia" Rirtey, an aged and
infirm colored woman, was burnl
to death mhm hr horn waa de
stroyed by fire at Union town. Th
Aamawr firat nm by a negro
early in tbe morning, bt before be
eoukl get to tbe pleee and drag tbe
old woman, who wae ill in bed, to
safety, the bad been cremated .
Whn.tb aparerib Is put to roaat.
sprinkle it lightly with powdered
sage and minced onion.
It is an easy matter to size up a
man if his dog crawls unjder the
1 house when It see hirn approach' ng,
City Bank and Trust Co.
AT TUE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON
Dec. 3lst, 1910.
Loans $333,110 93
Banking House 17.C00.00
Rejil Estate for Debt 1,650.00
Oce'Furn'e'. & Fixtures 3,000.00
Cash and Exchange for
Clearings .'. 42,636.11
Sight Exchange 106,732.56
Capital Stock $ 60.000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits 85,110 55
Dividend No. 61, this day
5 per cent 3,000.00
Due Banks 5,795.71
Certified Checks.' 5Q0.00
W. T, TANDY, Cashier.
find a better, safer in
vestment than the
Non Speculative, Non
Fluctuating 6Per Cent6
We issue tbeee bonds
in denominations of
$100 and upwards.
Open an mvestBsent
account wKh us for
yottr surplus money.
Call and permit us to
Bank & Trust
"1 shall bo much obliged 1" said
Georgia, sweetly. "Grandmother 13
devoted to Solomon and I'd hato to
have anything happen to him!"
"I'll bo very careful of him!" Pribblo
assured her. Ho was getting back his
Pribblo and Georgia muffled Solo
mon's cage in layers of paper tied on
with string, and Pribble so enjoyed
helping her tie the twine that he start
ed out quite jauntily with his burden
about ten o'clock In the evening,
j One block away Solomon began
I moving about restlessly, murmuring to
himself indignantly at having his slum-
; bers thus unaccountably disturbed.
Two blocks away he gave his delicate
little cough that always prefaced his
remarks. Then, in an extremely loud,
clear, human voice ho shrieked: "Stop
"Shut up!" Pribble said, shaking tho
cage with violence. He felt that Sol
omon's choice of language was inap
propriate. As though the shaking had released
some hidden spring. Solomon at once
repeated hia cry delightedly, fluently,
"Good heavens!" Pribble moaned,
looking about npprehenslvely and has
tening Ills steps.
A few doors opened as ho passed.
and Eribblo began running. He might
be able to deposit the bird before dis
aster landed upon him. As he ran
ho heard steps down a Eide street, and
there was a command tu-halt. Under
the street light Pribble saw tho gleam
of a policeman's star. Still tho bird
kept up its insistent shriek:
"It's liko this," Pribble began breath
lessly, as he neared the star.
"Mebbo so an ngaJn mebbe not," re
marked the inan of tho lawT "Whachu
dofng with that there iird?"
"I am carrying it to the Typbq'on
apartment building for a friend of
mine," Pribblo explained with dignity.
"I'll Just go with you and see the
friend." said tho policeman.
"But she isn't there yet," Pribble ex
plained weakly. "Nobody there. If
you'll let me explain I'm to leave it
with the Janitor"
"Is that bo o o?" chorted the blue
coat, with his hand on Pribble's shoul
der. "Well, we'll go see the Jalntor.
And then, me friend, I think probably
we'll Journey a bit in the patrol
wagon. No, you've explained enough!
I'd rather ask tho bu-u-rd If I want to
Before Pribblo swallowed his rage
sufficiently to talk they had reached
tho Typhoon building and faced the
"A parrot," said tho Janitor auspi
ciously. He had Just finished shovel
ing coal and was tired. "Naw, there
ain't no parrot coming to met How do
I know whethor tho new people have a
polly bird or not? Tako it away ain't
going to git arrested for harboring
stolen goods, though why any fool
chould steal a parrot I can't see."
thut is needed for supper beyond tho
usual sandwiches" and soft drinks. If
a salad is wanted the tiny pear-shaped
tomatoes carry easily and are not
messy nor do they need preparation.
Mayonnaise should be mixed at home,
put in a small glass Jar, and packed
In a kettle nllod with ice.
necessary to have n huge bed of I " aU,lBS
ashes. If you can find any of the par
ty enthusiastic enough to start tho
ing steadily, you will have much bet-1 fldHa mate aD
ter results. Otherwise it should bo
started hours ahead of tho meal time.
Tear off alt tho husks but the thin
innor layers. Remove silk and tie
rest of husks so they do not come
Put the corn and potatoes in tho
ashes about tho samo time, the pota
toes five minutes earlier if they aro i
big ones. Tho oysters roast in much
Use Good Butter.
Have a supply of good butter with
which to dress oysters and corn. Po
tatoes aro dug from their charred
shells and mixed with plenty of but
ter, salt and poppor.
Let the men tend to putting the
foods In tho ashes, also to removing
them with . small shovels. Girls'
dresses aro too inflammable to go
near a bonfire.
There Is a flavor to these ashes
cooked food that can be had in no
other way nor is it Just imagination
or youth lending a glamour.
Some picnickers include apples for
dessert In the roasting list. The skins
WH1o l,f fho nrn orrollfint wlipn i n't eVei" brlnS
I r h ! n rr in. rnlan nn M
Why. I thought
fou any more And wS
your feathers and arel
I'll put you out in tho Hfl
"Hold on," said yc
"That's prophecy, not hi
as the bird continued
Bald: "Daisy, would yoil
that bird under a flowc
thing? I've a few thing
But Daisy contlnurj
talk and cuddlo the bjj
until young Strong,
to the kitchen and
ket over it There"
asleep in the dark.
Upon young Strong
city after three weelj
hitntoned to call on
her with a new pet
rather pale and won!
was sure bo had the ,
After a cordial gril
"I have brought you
It's a young chlpmunl
to feed him with a
while, but he's heartj
As young Strong hi
little body Daisy look
but turned away anl
put in long iron skewers or In corn
.nnnwn n A ni.nlOl1 nVOP ttlft fl Til t
Corn pdpplng is also an agreeable j oaJ
uuuiuuit it ivji.f, ufue,.. ........
bo rigged up not to toast tho toasters.
'But they aro so tyj
"Weren't you abl
"No, I don't thinH
touch of gratitude
"Did you And it :
I found It hard t
Pribble slammed Solomon's cage
down on tho floor and grabbed tho tele
phone he had Just seen hanging on tho
wall and called a number. Next, In
the tono that went with his manner,
he ordered Georgia, on the other end
of the wire, to explain Solomon to the
policeman. Next he Jammed, that per
sonage up against the receiver with
"Ob, I boo 1" the man with the star
commented after ho had listened for
five mlnuutes. Ho grinned as he
turned around and surveyed Pribble,
who was loolkng as though ho might
explode at any tncnient.
"She eays," said the policeman,
"the young lady ays to tell Mr. Prib
blo she's bo-c-o sorry an thet, It's a
perfect shame 1"
"Does she, Indeed ' ecld Prlbb'.o,
ttoraly. "Well, that'll help ear
Cabbage In a Loaf.
Scoop out tho crumbs from a square
loaf of bread, leaving only the four j
walls. Leave In the oven until crisp i
and fill with tho following mixture:
Tnlm ntt tVio lnrio mttalrln lfMlVPS from
a small head of cabbage, romove tjtio ( I am sure be ate aj
Rtnlk nnd soak In water ror aDoui ten worms ana nies eti
minutes drain and cook in boiling 1 weight every day
salted water with a teaspoonful of , of dawn he peeped.
soda until tender; cut into small peep as quietly as
nlecos. season with salt and pepper know the proverb
nnd nut a layer of tho cabbage into Well, he inherlta
tho loaf with small pieces of butter wanted a worm
over it. Add a layer of breadcrumbs his eyes, and
and grated cheese. Let stand in tho j screeched so that"
oven until the cheese has melted, and , give blm to the ob
serve very hot. I blm to the bnsemt.
3pent most of th J
"- .JT 'worms and hunting
Apple Glnaer. . But," pursued
appie Buiger s u " have been so baa
And appreciation. Mako a syrup of'looke(j fonvard tc
lour pounas OI sugar ana a pim ui tln However nc
water. As soon as It comes to a boll nor how mucl
adtt one ounce oi green guiger tsuceu, except m his ingl
the yellow rind of four lemons cut ia;au fQn 0fj an(j
tiny bits, and four pounds of apples' hnrn nm, inpk ,,1
pared and quartered. Cook twenty I Vnd thtn fathCr
minutes, add the Juice of four lemons, 1 :ome and look hIa
let it como to a uoii ana seal wnuo ' gogtions
hot. - - "Whiter said tha
Blvtaghrm the r si
To Remove Grease. ed rare buS"
Tn rnmnvn nnndlo irronHB from a aU to 1 PUrpOSe.S
fabric or any smooth surface, heat n,'eatuer'
knife and carefully scrane off wltht Young Streng
this hot implement. This is easier . seem to havo an;
than lronine over tho Kreaso. besides "Oh, yes, ' said
hnlne- noaslble of achievement In more as man? anglewo
cases. though ho often I;
Sealing wax is a harder problem, could keep down,
It is easy to remove, out leaves a uauy
.,V.lf aRA nffnp If Thla annt how- iOWed twO
will vlfild to snoncinc with tur- crawl qui v
pontine, or, If It still persists after
this, to a further application of alcohol.
the wdrm til
him, and thfl
on until usual
went tho wajl
Pare and slice thin ono Quart of po
tatoes; put layer of potatoes in baking 'rainy and chij
dish, seasoning with pepper and salt. his mother s
Iiepeat tnis unui au tao poiaioes are. him a utue il
used. Then take milk, one egg, and
heaping tabiespoonful of flour, beat all
together, pour ovor potatoes and cut
thin slices of bacon and put on top of
potatoes. Put In oven and bake until long." said yoij
illk glove, bu
"T 'tv. anrw
Glace au Chocolate.
au cnocolate Place
ounces of chocolato la a saucepan with 1 &Q
& half teaspoonful of vanilla extract;
place over hot water until melted,
then add three ounces of powdered
sugar and the white of an egg, place
over the fire and mix with a wooden
spoon until just warm. Remove and
immediately use as directed,
'Is h a man ot uch iaformfrtloa?"
hYm; ot a certain kUMtii-'
'And what klafl awy taat b?"
'His wife's always telUn bin what.
a hoi ae is.
tho young kln3 of Portugal goes
irt to get his Job back"
Io'll have to do soma Manuel U
c One-halt cup butter, one cup sugar,
yolks ot six CS8, oae-half cup sweet
Btilk, oae-balC teaooa soda, ono tea
yMa crMM et tartar, oa on
!hlf cups tour. Beat butter and sugar
'to a cream, sat the yolks and add.
.Dissolve soda la milk and sift creasi
of tartar in flour.
Apple CuctarO ).
Ono large sweet apple, gratod, ons
halt cup suar, pa? egg well beaten,
pinch of salt, one Acant pint of milk.
Bake in one c:
i cat tha?
i flash tbe I
dered It hl
"So you woi
amok to take
"Or to ihv n
iavt a lot wt