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- WAS -INDORSED
By The Good Roads Meeting
At Louisville Last Week.
The so called Gcod Roads meeting
in Louisville7 last week was, aa ex
pected.packed with men favoring the
scheme to lav t taxes upon counties
that have btfU& their own roads fo'
construct meia roads in Jess j-ro-
bressive counties. County Attorney
C Duffy, Judge Walter Kpjght
2nd Chas. E. Barker from Christian
county opposed the scheme. butter
urogram was put tnroupn as pre
red and a final draft of the threat
id bill was ordered, to Be presented
rto lie next legislature.
Jf hn C. Duffy, of Christian county"
opposed the measure, but asserted
' that, he was in favor of good roads,
He spoke in opposition to the 5 cent
tax. He said that Christian county
1 j??s UQSSPP'Wjhe measure because
of t-eiflshne39, because the county
Would pay in about the same amount
that it would receive.
Ho declared that there was need
for county oads.-but not state roads,
nnd asserted that the latter are used
only by the tramp, the Gypsy wagon
or the touring car. Ho said that the
turnpike 13 a convenience andnot a
necessity. He said that it was a tax
ation of the many for the benefit of
He as?erted that w.hile it was
claimed good road3make fer wealth
and greater population, count
which have good roads have rid&
gained in population, but on the oth?
er hand the mountain districts have
gained, in population.
Christian county, said Mr. Duffy,'
vuid get abqut $7,000 and pay out
about 7,000, . t
K JBToweVer, he declared, the reasons
for opposition are not selfish. Ho
?aid be believed the people of Ken
ucky are not ready' to be taxed
Hundreds of thousands of dollars for
hew roads, andsthADberS no such
iLblsssJUAfetMHW ht it la.
rn . . i . i
lion, dn miwJt i
tat wiiitfoau nuiiaing.
most ) bV ho assumed?
.or of thecoun-
auwttoke agaMiat the
ri diMwrf V'onvoetion.
Forbes Manufacturing Co.,
m,,mm m i ' - Incorporated- .
Holidays and closing days of the year, remember that we can supply you
whatever you need in our various lines. Make known your wants. r .
Hymehs Last Call FortTliej
sHod-Year 1910. ' .
On Monday night, Dec. 26, Guy
Finn and '.Miss Ermine Allen were
.unuea m marnage. it was tne m-,
tentlon of the;young people to keep
ihe marriages secret for some time,
;Dut the matter, in 'some .manlier
leaked out a day or two ' ago.,1 Rj&v.
H.D. Sm"itK' performed the cere
'mqny inbis studv'at the Christian
chTirch.Tne briu had Been em
ployed in the Cumberland Telephore
office pjrsome time and the groom
has a position with the Home cnni-
( party- ' jEjjAvill 'go to housekeeping
Eurie Scott and Mis3 Minnie Glass,
of Coldwell county, were married m
the county clerk's office here" Satur
day. Judge Knight officiated.
A, W. Overby, of near Montgom
ery, and Miss Omie Thomas, of the
Gracey neighborhood, were married
in .Clarksvillea few days ago..
r Atkinson Fruit.
Mr. 'J. Bernard Atkinson and Miss
MyesG. Fruit, of this county, were
married in the Maxwell Hotel, Nash
ville. Tuesday Dec. 27th. They will
reside at Bluff Springs.
. PNEUMONIA. ,
Follows Measles And Causes
ySfMrs. Vernie, Hendrixdied Sunday
nignc; at tne nomo oiairs. jpannie
DuTinbout eight miles northeast of
the city, Death was due to pneu
monia, 'superinduced by measles
The deceased wis i member of the
Methodist -chuiflh. "The interment
le Shaw burying
Infant twlsw, son d daughter of
&k asd Mrs. m. Whitaker. West
Seventeenth street, died Saturday
Mh'irTho interment took place at
'Tho'littlo 4 -year-old son of Mr.
ihe home of his pa w, Third street,
aM&an illness otjmly four days Qf
pfieumofila, following attack of
Anderson Keya, on, of th oldest
citizens of this county, d!wi at, his
home In tne HawKins neignoornoou
j" few days ago. Mr. Keys, was nine-
TWbttthy youngster will pot de
sert UMMb!e so long as there any
1 A Beauty ShoV; .
.The California Girls' Company,
,which appears at Holland's "Opera
House, Tuesday night, Jan .10, has
seven big vaudeville acts, headed by
Miss Rose Lewi3, sensational tra
peze artist, known as the Queen of
the Airj Bo;j3 & Boss, European nov
eltyact; Ida Bell, singing and danc
ing soubrette; Trueheart, Dillon &
Burke, eccentric comedy trio; Hazel
Grant, comedienne; Johnsjh & Lam
bert, German comedians nnd M'lle
Carina-& Co-, in the sensational
French pantomime "Caught in the
Act," introducing her farnons Cleo
patra dance. In ..conjunction with
the above Olioot Merit the Company
will produce two big musical come
dy burlesques, entitled UA Breezy
Affair" and "In Jungle Land,'' with
a Big Beauty Chorus. , Replete .with
up-tordate musical numbers, elabor
orate costumes, special scenic and
Kill More Than Wild Beasts.
The number of people killed year
ly by wild beasts don't approach -the
vast number killed by disease germs.
No life is safe from, their attacks.
They're in air, water, dust, even
food. But grand protection is
afforded.by Electrio Bitters, which
destroy and expel these Ideadly dis
ease germs from the system. That s
why chills, fever and ague, all 'ma
larial and many blood diseases yield
promptly to this wonderful blood
purifier.' Try them, and enjoy the
glorious health and new strength
they'll give you. Money back, if
not satisfied. Only 50c at all Drug
Probably A Mistake.
' Llndstrom's orchestra had Chrlat
mas week booked up solid and it had
to decline an offer to play in Hop
kinsville. Henderson Journal.
This is probably a mistake, Leb
kuecher's orchestra in this city is th
best in Western Kentucky and Hop
kinsville never has to call upon out
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many, winter Is a ee6on ol
trouble. The frost-bitten toes w
fingers, chapped hands and Mm,
chilblains, cold-sores, red and rowjk
prove this, But such trouWes
fly before Bttcklen's Arnica SJinl
A trial convice, Greatest htr
oY-'fferns, Beilfi 'Pil?, Cuts. Sow,
Bruisoe, Eczema, aed Spraim. 0tr
at all druffgkKf .
13,000 Fka at lktM.
..'Elkton, Ky., Jan. 2. ft FrU
niht destroyed a 4arm hrt
OH'ned jointly by J. T. Twt ml V.
T,Fox, occupied by a. colored trocar,
causing a los of about! $3,000. The
orgin of the blaze ia unknown, Moat
Syndicate in Control oft The
New York, Jan. 1. -CoIhas ad
vanced, fa trifle more .than, 4 r cent? a
pound for all grades, owing1 to the
rapidly shrinking visible Upply and
a scheme to control thaamqurltput
on the market. Further-rises 'may
be expected jf ;the valorizaiion com
mittee, which jealously guards the
world's supply in the interest of the
producers, cannot be prevailed upon
to lot' out its reserve stocks ai a
morrapid rate. If the present rate
of 'advance in price js 'maintained
coffgo wilj become "a luxury withfn
American coffee merchants ."liter
ally have to go a beggingjfbiBforb the
representative of the cpmirittee in
this country every , time tn'ey want
him to loosen up for another thou
sand bags, .
Meanwhile the coffee-.- syndicate
ha3 had the benefit iof a remarkable
advance in the Drices 'of its collateral
holidays. When, the valorization,
agreement between the bankers and
the government of frazil was signed
and for some time after, coffee at
Havre was selling below the,, limit of
47Kfrancs for 50 kilos aj; which the
syndicate was authorized' to part
with his first installment of 500.000;
bags. During 1909; and 1Q10 -coffee
advanced to the present price of
69.5P francs for Deceoibert or. 33,00
francs above the mirifmum limit. By
thamere advance of thbiharkeb the
60,000,090 bags have aiidlaVto: .th
valne of the syndicate's' .holdings
26,000,000. V. .'
Parson's Poem A Ocm.
From Rev. H. StubenvolU Al.ljson,
'la,, -in praise of Dr. Kind's .New
Life PillB. -. .. . f .
'They're such "a health; ncesity,t.
In every home these pllte'Bhfcould be;
If otfter k(nO;S you've triedin. vain,
USE DR. KINGtS"
Andibo.well again. Only 25c -at all
Moye4 To Glasfdw.
Tlw Third- DWrk -Review of
Bowling Green, K.w., ha en pur
clMteed by local capltu-li(s and is b
ic'rnovJ to Glaetow :where it
willJweafteV beciillshed; t). Wt
Smr, thf well .. kkowh hewspap
mmfe GUucow. ad WilMm &tit
fmrdir of 'Rivtew, "wfll'
Mxaaais already asaured by rM
bwgfcMjnen o( jhe wwri
iappaia W aur natkaa( aiknsat
Boaek Blood Biftra ' th.
ti cvfr tor it. It atnctiiaM ataim-
. ft Starlit flA bagun Bit
durtea aa had of Ut Truat Dwnu-i-
ment'of the Planter Bank A .Tyw,
Killed in Two Years tfn Con
cjuering The Air.
Since the flying machine? were in-;
invented and brought to their pres
ent,staterof development in Septem
ber, 1908. Lieut. Lelf ridge ot Wash
ington was the first victim
In the fall of 1909 Lefebvre.'Fesh
ierand Fernandez in France and
Rossie.in Rome, were killed by falls.
During 1910, 33 of the greatest
leaders were kltletTbjra variety of
accidents, four in this country. The
Hs,t is.hert given:
Jan. 4 DeLagrange, France.
Apr. 2 -LeBlon, Spain. , .
May 13 -Michelon, France.
June2. DeZosely, Hungary ;
June 18 Robl, German'yr "
June 17 Speyer, San Francisco,
July 3 Wachter, France.
, Jaly 10 D. Kinet, England.
July 12 -Rolls, England. .
July 13 Erbsloch and 4 "others
Aug. 3 N. Kinot, Belgium. '
' Aug. 20 Vivaldi, Rome.
Aug. 27 Maasdyk, Netherlands..
Sept. 25 Periboit, France.
Sept. 27 Chavez, Italy, after
Sept. 28 Plochman, Germany.-
Sept. 28 Hass, Germany.
Sept. 28 Meziewitch, Russia.
Oct. 25 Madiof, France.
Oct. 25 Lt. Mente, Germany.
Oct. 27 Blanchard, France.
Oct. 27 Saglietti, Italy,
Oct. 27 Ralph Johnstone.Denver.
Dec. 22 Cecil Grace, crossing En
Dec. 28 Laffon, France.
Dec, 28 Mario, France.
Dec. 30 Lt. De Chamont.France,
Dec. 31 Jno. B. Moisant, N. O.
Dec, 31 Arch Hoxsey, Los An
gelea. Escapsd With His LIf.
"Twenty-one years ago I faced an
awful death;" writes, H. B. Martin,
Port HarreJaon, S. C, "Doctor aaid
I had consumption and the dreadful
cough I had looked like it, aure
eeptigh, I triad everything, I twlA
bear of, for my cough, awl waa
uader the treatntenc of the beat doc
tor in Georgetown, S, C. for a year,
hateotild get no relief. A friend
advked me to try Dr, King's New
Dtaovary. I did ao, and waa com
pletely eurad, 1 that I owe my
Ktfe to thU areatt throat and lung
eutha, eotda, and all bronchial af
teetkwa. 60c 11.00. Trial bottle
frae a ali drusgiata.
la PUnteri Bank.
Jack Stitea, who raeaotly raiatnad
Ifroca a bualnM eoUt ia LauievUk,
baa acoeptad a poaitUxi aa clrk In
tba Plantara Bank & Truat Co. and
hat. entered upon hi dutiea.
Of Lyceum Course One of
" ' ' Tfie.Best.
The Sol Marcosson Rennay Co.,
Mr. Marcosson combines the rare
gift of appealing to the musically
cultured with the verity of his art,
and of making real and tangible to
the layman in his audience some
'thing of the beauties and meaning
of the m.usic he invokes from his
famous violin. He is gifted with a
sympathetic imagination, clear but
technical skill and a rare poetic and
. Mr, Rennay has made for himself
a' unique position in the fieiil of Sofag
Recital, Chamber Concerts and p'ri
vate musicales in England, France
and America. ,
His voice is a baritone of wide
range, rich in culture and resonant,
i. Critics are unanimous in pronounc
ing his diction the most perfect of
any. singer now before the public.
Tuesday Jan. 3. 1911.
1 A specific for pain Dr. Thomas'
Eclectic Oil, strongest, cheapest lini
ment ever devised. A household
remedy in America for 25 years.
Three midshipmen at the Naval
Academy recently graduated have
resigned from the naval service to
engage in civil pursuits. They are
Midshipmen Henrj H. Fox, of St,
Louis; William N, Baratt, Jr., and
J. E. Sloan, of South Carolina.
The year just closed has been one
of the most successful in the history
of Elgin Drug Store. Every depart
ment kaa shown a decided gain Sta
tiiy, Candy, Rexall Remedies but
our special pride is in the Prescrip
Oar AM for 1910 ahow an in
crease of 4,344 over our first year
in buaineaj and also a gain of 486
ever 1909. There's a cauae for this,
atandy yet rapid growth. Let me
tell you the secret, The Prescription
Department is under my direct, per
sona) supervision. No order from a
doctor is too small or of too little
value to have anything leaa than our
beat thought and attention a 25c '
peracription ia given the same care
aa a 12.00 one nor haa science dis
covered a drug or chemical too good
far our humbteet patron, Uurcus-
tomers beeetaa aur friend.
We aleo reeognfze tbe knowledge
and skill of tn physician ana rec-
Qwmwvd that all ia need of medical
advfea apply to tea praewr source for
traattaant. Go a your doctor for
advfc and bring yoWopraacriptionB
to ua Hnd thjr will ha eorrectly ajV
h. h. ELGIN,
Memr Pure tug Associate
of the lota if covered by !qcuidc.
wan, jfcuur hkiiouc
trim agalntt soc