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RWJ STROUSE&MOS. 5?a
I-of ie Town
"ttood kaorning( Havo
si iee& Tke Courier?
beat untf "
as eewjw pewe
Koy-Fotrd, ot Indianapolis, spent
be holidays, (teee with bit mother.
George Ca'.eness, vho li attend
log tobool at Kotrs Bams Uniuor
slty, was home (or the holidays.
Mr. and -Mrs. Howard Draper of
Princeton, spent the bolldayi with
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Grant and
little eon of Clay, Kv, visited Ineu
hera thlt week.
1 Mine Crtunlrt And Catherine F n
wlck, who uave tsen visiting rela
tives and friend In Kvauavllle lev
eral daye, hare returned home.
Gilbert Jn:r and wife, ot Evane
Tllle, are in me elty.
Mla Kttiel Gruat. of M.Kilaonvlllr ,
- was tht HUeut of Mr. and Mrs. For
rest Orovn several days this wek.
i Mr nnil Mrs Jo Uroves, of Herrlu
till., are vlsititiK their aou Forreat,
aud family of U.Ik oity.
The L. & V. oU Inepectlou oar
,SS here tmptotiu,; the rnllroal scales.
v. "Miss Opal Mixon nrtsjPJaije Aahby,
tof MndnouvlllH, are vlajtlnii rein.
Uvea In tha oltj- for a ew i&yp.
Rnbrt D -111089, Of Terra Hniite,
was lu ih-oi(v M on (Inf.
Mr vnl Mr f. It. Todd were In
Haitiaouvliu Xau day.
' The Mssne JJ'irxholdT, of Ofof
ton, Arieltod frlnntt lr this week.
Foiniy Uiiffli. "i CUioinnatl, la
h(ri visliliiK hn niwiiiur.
' Mrs. N-ll 0tbrii. f HaADBVllle,
Vwas here X'H is visiuuw; frienila..
Mis Lucy FjwupH leaves today
r UTUUvllln tojay to visit Mrs
Mr and UrsU. O. Bennett of MadW
sodviHo vmid iriiiids tier Monday.
j Mies Hueati Marie una Bitrhh
iOrhtohfleU are visiting iu Louisville
Gjo, Hobiasou, Henry CurJt and
,$StiX Harnns were in Maiilwuvlllo
Miss Haul Fawcott, Mabel Brown
slug and Beth K-imp were lu Madt-
aouvllle -Monday ulKht to see "T he-
Harold Oldham aud Mlat Laura
Parker were m;Ntt invllle Saturday
Mike 0'Urin of .Huntington, Is
4lsU tjf hit parent lu this oity,
lis -' ajgasll Nanc, returoad to Howell,
K edneaia. .
P1 Oweji Blja8r, of KihTlllf, la
i viiltlngbU parent tula week.
a MU Louise Byton, of Evanavllle
-' liTialtlnx Jtiar aun', Mra Eaama Hp
jEuen of thlaolty. asjt
Joe Herbj of ludlanapolia, U here
vlaltlng hit graudrnotber, Mra Tboa.
Rev. J. Lu Burton will preach at
e M. E. ohureli Bandar morning
d uigbt at the usual hours.
Avtbur OQbluaon, Wallace Bowie
ouglaa Brady, Loyd Grlfflu and
'Becky" BemflU were la Madlaon-
Ulsa Emma Wratt and Willis
Ijltaley were in UaaUiuTllleTuea-
Frank Danalog. wa In Madlson
Xasll Kaoce, qf Howell, Ipent the
Ije'.iday in tbe city with fjl mottiar
Ar. and Mra. Lather Vrallx. of
tOTldenoe, spent 'Saturday night'
aaoHatUay, be elty witb rela
El ma Vinson, of Orai.atn, Ky.,
pentKmM in tbe city with rela
J- B.iPerryman, ot Baoramento, la
Ttsitlrar ralatlTeatn tbe oity, tbia
Mr. -and Mra. OrMtlle Breweter,
aadcHlldren, of St. Louie, are Tiatt
Ing relotlTea in tbe elty.
Colby Brown, J ipent Saturday
la PMideuoe, witb hie alater, Mrs.
Lutber Fralix. '
ehould be "nipped (a the
feiid", for if allowed lo run
unchecked, serious results
may follow. Numerous
casts of consumption, pneu
monia. 2nd other fatal dis
eases,, can be traced back to
scold. At the first sign of a
ooU, protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
the old reliable, vegetable
Mr. Ctias. A. Ragland, o
Madlioft Heights. Va., says:
"I have been using Tbcd
ford's Black-Dfiuglif (br
stoma th tfoublos. indices
lion and eclds, and find if to
be.the very .best 'medicine I
ever usrd. It makes an old
man feel like -a young one."
Insist en Thedford's, the
original ami eeaulne. lE-67
Likwsou Miles, fnrnurlv first lieu
tenant ofO'i. O, but reeJisned. has
Colby .Brown, who sustained a
broken hip by flying ateel at theair
compressor, and la a patient at .the
BL Bernard hospital, la doleg aa
Jotin Armstrong, of Rvansvitle,
visited relatives' bere this week.
Harry B. Withoro, of Haxard.-Kf
Is in the .city apendlug tbo holidays
with his famll".
Mr. and Mra. E, E. Witherapoou
and aou Eugene, of Irvine,. Ktf, are
vlytlng relatives In tbe oty.
Born, to Mr, and Mr. Ollnt Mor
ris, on Sunday night, a fine girl.
Mother and ohlld are doing nioely
Andy Maloney. ot El Paao, Tex.,
is visiting relatives lo tbe city,
Henry O. Jpnes, w.ho fell and in
jured his right aboalder. will prob
ably be able to resume hlajwork in
a few days,
Misses Madeline and Helen JPoar,
of Madlsonville, spent Xtass lo Ih
oity vitb friends.,
Mlkt Ralley. who bad a limb atn
paiatsd sorsf lip ago went to HduJ
kinsvllle Thursday tb nudergo fyr-
Col. W-A Toothbs made a buaU
neia trip to Victoria Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs, Henry Byrntn and
children, 'OtOarbentfar, were in the
oity Monday visiting her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. W. A, Toomb.
Mra Uliaa. DoyH. who' had tbo
misfortune to fall dawn the baek
steps with n bue'tat of ashe Thurs
day woriitiiK,'ad came neftr Ijts'ak-
mg her arm, Is Avaln able lo be out.
Mra Frankie Doyle, or this any,
who haa'beMi visiting relatlrta In
Madlsonville for, several days, naa
Mr And Mrs M. M. Olimore and
eon, Matthew, of this oity, are visit.
'I g friends In Dawson this week.
TCd Johnson and John H. Etrl,
colored, were found guilty of a
breach of the peace charge In city
Court Wednesday night. The fines,
cvsts and a window they broke dur
ing their souffle coat the negroes
Malcolm JStokea irs in Madlson
ville Monday uight,
' Mtss Nell Roblnserv A very charm
ing young lady ot St. Ubarles was
Sam. Tom aud Buck Naive, of
West Vs. are vbMtlntr their mother.
Will Fault, f fit. Charles, wbb in
the aity Saturday.
Ernest Boyd, ofjgnsvlllJ, visit
ed frledds bere tst7enk.
Henry LawtenioTOary, W. Va. ts
vlsltlug relatives in tbe oity.
Tbe members of the M, E. chnrob
presented their pastor, Rev. J L.
Barton, with a bandsome;irold watch
chain and barm as a Christmas
John Saoamers Is TlslMng lei
t ves la Nebo.
, fit. add Mrs. J. D. Huff, ot Bop-
klnsville, rtalred Mr. ana tut. ity
Mr. aad Mrs. Oeo. M. . Armstrong
and obUdfen aDdiHsroIdtB.Toombe
who have betn spending tbe holi
days vlth Mr. n'd' Mrs. W. A.
Toombs, will return to tbeir homes
in Jonkln,HrM this afternoon.
ToCuro a Cold la Oae Day
CKti aad Jcbe and workA oO lb Osld.
(usIwia Tiimd mvu9 li It UUt to cm.
B. W. CX0KB?S.izaaturc on ttxh, box. ZSc.
L. &. N.TiME CARD.
Time of departure of trams pass
lng through Eanington.
Effective Sunday, Dec. 10, 1910.
KOHTll iOOND. ,
9i... O.VJOa. in.
tt.. ........ .-..11.13 a. m,
11 ,. 8.15 p. m.
0 ,...11.22 p. m.
No. U 7.44 a. m.
No. ML...,, arrive 7;36 a. m.
No, iH).....T-....ll.BO a. ui.
Ab. US 1.43 p. ni.
No. 110 4.39 p. to.
Ni.9. . ,6.4ip. ni.
BOUVU BOUKl. -
No.SU 4.87 a.m.
5.. . .7... . a. m
o, &1....1 1.26J1.UJ,
No. 08 11.17 p. m.
No. 108 6 51 n. mv
No. 107 12.27 p.m.
No. tnfl "... .aa p. m.
Nc. U 12:87 p. m.
No. si 7 47. in.
No, 104. IlK'Hnd 107riilly ex-
H(7 lift tSuuday only, '
!. C. R.'R. TIME CARD.
Time of depurmre of UltnoU Cen
tral raliia from NorMnaVllIa. Kv,
EUeotlve Sundaytb. 20, 1010.
No. 102 1.15 Q,m.
No 101 ....I 8.25 a. m.
No. 128. local pass 41.5'J a m.
No, IStJ. local ; 6,15 p. m. '
No. 101.;....;... 4.08 p.m.
No. 103 a AO a, m,
No, 131, local paas.12.5 p.m.
No. 18S Innal n H a. m.
L.H.4. ST L. TIME CARD
Trains from and to' Henderson,
No. 116, Louisville' Limited
8:18 a. m.
No. 142, Lojf'tvitle Express
No. 144, Louisville Fast Mall
2:62 p. ni.
No. 118,'Owensboro Accom
modation 0:26 a.m.
No. 160, Oloverport Accom
No. 145, Louisville Limited
1 118 a.m.
No. 141, LouiavllleFaat Mall
. Jfo, 143, Louisville Exprssi
No. 147, Oloverport Aoopm
'mDdatloQ ....... SjOOa. a.
. Nu. 119, Ovensb6ro Aeeom.
tcodatlon. ...... 8;16p. to.
t. W. Booki, T, A,
Of That Proposed
NEW KENTUCKY REVENUE
AND TAXATION LAW
Th now taw la In cen
fftrmlty wtlh ths Amond
mnt to BMtlon 171 of th
Constitution aUthortiti. lira General A
Clatalfy proptrty tor taxation.
Tlx the rat of taxation on eah elait.
Dcilgnato which elaaaes shall be sub
Jet te local taxation.
Tha peTT Uir prat Id s for
a pemmntnt Hlate TAX
Commission to carry Into
erfect tha provlalona and
Hrels auptrvlalon over the entfts que
tlsn of 8tat. Tiatlon. To derote Its en
tire time to the question and assume the
duties of the various Boards and Commie,
elonajiow having authority to assess and
tax property for Stat purposes at Frank
tort. Rate of The new law flies the rate
Taxation, of taxation on nil taxable
properly for State purposes at
forty cents on each S100 ot assessed. value.
Instead of fifty-five cents, as at present,
on air classes of property excepting d
Doalta In bank, which are to be taxed at
ten cents on each $109 for ihe purpose
f encouratlhs; thrift and savings and the
circulation afimoney rowemar-tered be
cause', of excessive .ta.in.Uon. In other
respects tasatiun for State purposes wilt
be absolutely uniform, on all classes of
property, whether owned by the residents
or towns or the country.
Apportion- ' The apportionment for each
ment'of l..t. .? remains un-
ttevtnua. dlatuibed. and the derleral
Expense' Fund,' : the School
rund. the Blnklu Fcsi. thr Kentucky
University and Rosd Tax will receive, the
same exacx proporuan 01 ina revenue
tlesl Estate. Heal estate -sill toed
aa, at present an4 (xtorttng
to Its leeall la, the eeuatry er- Icwna
and cities far state paryoses at tne-4)ai-form
fortr-ceat-Tata. and for- e-sty,
tawsv or taalog dltUltts at the local rates
axed ay the local aatkorltles. Th vaiu
f real estat: iiMniu en 11a location an.
anrreaaSIng lsoproveanata aad aheald
aa'tarally eaatrlbat towards tbe jn&Jale-
Baac of sack Insyrovesseata.
ereensl rerseaat yropeety ts kegr
Prepeiiy. sated lata ctuee a4 tack
teas will ke taxed Btfrauy,
wbetker awned by the reeldeatrt a twn
r tk country. t Ike aarpeeas) for wkleb
tt Is taxed,
Bfeaey anal MacMy la SuusO, nates.
Credit. VcXs, aceeua'a and shares
f stock la foreign corpora-
Uom kavlag less Ihee tweaty-Sv per
cent er their taxable property la Ken
tucky will. In taxed for Btate purposes
my. at the utnierra rony-teijt rate in
lieu of all other taxation. Shares of stock
In Kentucky corporations and fiirelgn cor
porations tmrtng mors than twenty-five
per cent, of their taxable property ir
Kentucky ar exempt from taxation, aa
the taxes are paid by the corporations.
Machinery. Farm Implement and Ma
chinery, the machinery of
manufacturing establishment. Including
raw material and product in course of
manufacture, will be taxed foe Btate pur
poses only at the uniform rate of foity
cents In lift) of all other taxation. .
Mortgages. Mortgages will be taxed for
State purposes only at the
uniform rate ot forty cents, and If for a
period exceeding three years, a registra
tion fee. of twenty-five cents on each tlOD
will be required fn order to secure rev
enue rj(im for-lfrn money lenders on long
time loans, as this Is the only Kentucky
tax they would have to pay.
Banks and Banks and trust corn
Trust Com- panles will bo subject to the
psnles. same taxation as at present.
bat the State tax will be
only forty cents Instead of flfjy-flve, as
at present, and the assessment will be
made by the -permanent Tax Commission
instead of the Slate Board of Valuation.
Banks havo hefetefore been assessed on
a different basis of valuation from other
property, una It Is t proposed to dis
Bank Bapk deposits are -placed In
Deposits, e separate olaas and d.ponltors
will be taxed at the rate of
ten eenta fen each H0O on money .on de
posit September 1, which tax may, how
ever, be paid by the banks for their de
positors or by the depositors themselves
and ttil nominal tax Is ealulat4 te
largely Increase the 'deposits In banks, as
money slot so deonelted wrM b subject to
the State tax sate of tore? cents,
Italhemds and pubrle
fiervlce corporation wtS
-be assessed by -the per
manent Tax Commission
and tke taxes on tho varlow classes ot
property they r.y own wjll he the same
aa.-fot'"!ndlvlrttiaaa -forty cents for State
purposes on property taxed for State pur
poses only anft siich- local taxies as the
local authorities tlx on property subject
to same. -The value of franchises will
also be ftxed by the State Tax Commls
stflTTand the new kvw1 dispenses with all
othet Aetata Taxlnr Hoards iui t-xnr
privileges f oilier Commissions at Frank -fyrt.
Merchants. Merchants will be 4h1 on
, their real estate and tangible
personalty as heretofore, but at (he lower
Elate tax rate of forty .cents, and such
loeal rates as nay be TVxed by the local
authorltl.s. Notes, accounts and carfh In
hand will te taxed -for Htate purposes
only at the uniform forty-c.nt rate in
lieu of other taxes and tank deposits
at ten cents ach tlOO.
Manufscturerr Manufacturers wilt fas
objected te the okv
ment of State tases only their rntnarfe
chlnery and raw material set product
In course of manufacture, notes, account
cash In hand and he intangible pflmn
ally at the rate it forty cents, aad ban)'
deposits at ten cents on each 1100. Theli
real tstate will be subject to Butt and
local lasts as at present.
Farmtrv Farmers Will be objected lo
the prreent taxation on theli
land and Improvemtnls, but 4 lie (ax rate
for State purposes will be fortr cents
fnsteadvpf flfty.nv. Agrlcullaral Imple
enenls ghd ip;a.ry will be taxed fot
Slate purposes nly at ike uniform forty
cent rate. Crops grown wtlkln the veai
re eitmpt from all laiatlon. Bank dt-
oslts will be taxed at ten cents on Ikt
undred dollars, and tkls lax mav ht
paid by banks. Cask an hand, ostes aad
accounts, taxable bonds and stocks will
he taxed far Stats purposes oalv at the
Uniform forty -etnt rate. -
ViLNestsck. lUveslock will Im Used at
at ptettnt. but Ike SUte las
rate will be forty Instead at 8ftj-avt
Household Hsttj.be Id sfttsts, lnclad
and OMca lag pletarea, nasUal laalrv
Furalturt. stents aad Jewelry. wlH
laxtd as at prsstal, hut Iks
tats las rats will ke forty taatead al
Slty.Sre seats, aad tiers wltt ke thi
reseat axeaapttoa of till for htada si
fa ml llut.
ALL TAXPAVnnt IN a-AVOft CP A
MltTBII TAX LAW S1ISULD WAITS
we-cersrar, jQy.sn. ,t.,H ,
v Watted tnetruttfor).
One day Merton enrne home from
school ranch rlteeoursged. It seeuw
the teacher had bewi oxplalnlDg the,
fllffrrroce between pints and quarts,
hut he failed to understand tt. To
make It plain his mother showed him
the actual milk bottles of the two sizes, J
when ho Impatiently declared : "There
Is no use bothering about this any
more I am not gfrtng to be n milk
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
Tbe Old Btsndsrd general attenatheslag tonic,
ORovrra TAtrrBuaa Chiu tonic drives out
Malsrls,entlthes the Ueod,stid builds op the sys
temj AUue loolc Pot adalta and chlUreti. soc
Long Distance-call for fifteea merchants witiiia at
radius of several hundred miles.
"In less than one hour he had sold 210(Tamiae:
of flour at a total cost to a of less than six doWifg.
, $kice then we have applied the Long Diatom
Bell Telephone to every Mature of our business-widb
most profitable results, The service is fihev ibtt
kfes ie reasonable snti there ts more satisfactJtm
in one Long Distance Telephone talk than. m
m oicn letters ,
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANT
?OX 252, SIADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY.
TWO FOR ONEI
By the club arrangement vnth the Evansville Cour
ier -we can send you the first daily news
paper in this section
"Hit EVANSVILLE COURlEtt
1 5or i year by mail for the ip. ice of the Courier alose
Courier (Daily) 1 year $4.00)r.i
. Bee (Semi-Weekiy) 1 year $1.00 j4'
Send orbntag the club price to this office and re
f . ceiv both papers one year. by mail
4 Your favorite daily and home
5 twn paper for the one price
Thip will lie a year of sensational news overyofljp
, . hould have a daily paper
If tlx" great Sunday Courieralso is desired add $2 00
" to the club price
ls.ss fOUR MONTHLY MAGAZINES sfl
3 And Par jPapevAU One Year :
Gtil Tbe KIosl For Vour Money
Srsd your aabicrlptloa to oar paper at once, and we WiHi give .yon s year
nbtqjption to these tplsndld mstaxlnsa for only 25 osnls sfldkbnsL Tawtaana
qusi'-ir brings you $1J5 worth oi atandard aa,Jaaiaaa.
TKla oUcr la open to old and new inbtcriert, If yoa srs already aab
acriier to any of thees sosgaxlnas, your aabta'iptloa will ba an ended on jsvaar
from data of ezplratioa.
inia oner aiso infinites a fjctm draas
copy of Today:!, select any draaa pattern
MsAaxinS. klelnk them tha lixsl and axualxi' nf tha nattasssjtad tkav vtul tsaillis m
, -i .
Never before has aayiurwapapef been alls to ofiot aaajaisnaa of inihitahaV
Wsctev at tUa price. Wa are proud of tUs oSkr aad we mteypa rnairr
.-. t in nfTri n'rrT-i
1.25 StAi Your Qrdsr Bifom Yotf Forgitlt
Injury Plue Insult,
"Ah," sighed the aged seller afte
the yonn wldew heul rvjeeted bin, it
I only bail votith. But, alas! I cast
never be young again." "Quit true,"
She r Joined. "Nature 8)iirmcet
rsakes mistakes, but fib never repeate
It wltli the tua material."
Im-Fm, AMW, Efftetlve UwSvfl Utrsr TMt
BSSS net twes ser utwuru me ateww.
In adilition to other properties, Lax-Poa
contains Coses m in accentebM funs, as
acts eueetlvttly and does- sot Rtipe boc
diatutbftemakth. At the aamd time, it tSA
digestion, arcm tea the liver andsecretieear
and restores the healthy functions. 50e
j)f its Value
''Oner oi our sales
men demonstrated tbter
value of the Long Dis
tance Telephone to us.
He was at HurUsvilkv
Ala.and upon ia&aam.
responsibility put wci
nmirn. wius voi raesiTwai
yon tab, aend yoor ordtr to TodSsrAa
ir'rr " i. 1 11 ii.h.m.mi. n n i i.