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N ist v 01 r t 11 0 as 4a f 1sir at aa test 1 ktr 4 r 7 t to 1 J fit fTHE 0i t ir r r r J a s- a 11Sr A Y T OURIER y wy i it r- i oni iti OLDEST NEWSP A PEF7N ESTER N KENTUCKYf y JP1 ESTABLISHED 9859N1 KY MARCH 2O 1903 VOL XXXVIII NO12 FLOOD IN THE SOUTH lJ 1 FAST GROWING WORS E jTub flood damage in this seclion leas done mono damage than any previous year Many hpuuw alou the river t south of Htckraau have been washed away and stuck huts suffered considera t bly MrTDi lt Tylettof HicKtnan has w been one of the heavjest losers He l ownssabout7IUO acrcf of laud in Ce E bottom and has some saw nulls and a handle faco yinhe bOttoms About t one half million feet or lumber at iifr- Tgiortz mull Iloated away Saturday The lumbor was valued nt about 0000- r 1 About ten or twelve of his tenement thIJ es ou his farms have wash d away whicbwiU autouut to uanuy bundrodf dollars Families iu Uiat vicinity Ihayo bfloodand other places intra reached Hick man Several houses arc reported to 1 have washed away neat Medleys La d- 1DgThea danter hero has passed aitd- thoxiver has begun to fall UUt very slowly It has reSoded only three orA r four inches in tIle p st two days IC the pretty weather continues nI will be well in a few Vector The roads are drying up fast and busing in Hick r manes again beginning to brighten dp i Memphis TennMarcli 19Titf flood sitUHtioa today TjKdwg a number of hew and serioug developments and there scarcely a ray of hope for im I i proywl conditions yet except tho fact I that tributaries of the Mississippi lp the north of Memphis are reported to bo I falling r Ono of tha mogt Serious pevcloice A ments of thejastjtwentyfour honrq is r JhQi I washing oat of all lines of railroad tbgecompletethrough the Memphis gateway to that section There lave been 110 trains f either into or out of the city tods y over the Memphis bridge and there is every indication that traffic cainot be resumed until the flood has subsided to a considerable degree BO that the tracks are uncOvered and may be repaired where they have been destroyed So suddenly didthe rise come in the sectionbf Akttnpsiiij across the ricer a t from Meuiphis ffcer the St Francis AT 6ROVER WHenryWattefSon avvaitlligeketY + k I j sall t zattieCl lttiay r1 uTot1101ToJehbdyI of tltb DuiocrH Clevelandistu those Demoratrt who like ourselves nould bridge the chasm of 18liMX1111 is merely au obstrnction He stands bridceblockingthere would be uo serious trouble The CourierJournal cares nothing for Mr Cleveland as an individual man the ono or the other It has tried to tell tho truth about him as an historic character Ju its opinion ho can con tribute nothing to Democracy in 11KM except dissension If we wore his friond and assuredly we are not his r sJ15ionsttw BUGGY STORE WAS FIRF 7 Tuesiloyvas turned in and it was discovered that IK J Harrys buggy store was in flames The fire spread rapidly and the building was soon under good head way The fire company arrived in tgood limo and dui valiant service cou iiuing trIO lire to the one building The r origin of the lire is unknown theJ slock of Mr Barry was not largen at presort his spring stock not having I i aBIG CROWD HEREII I Largo crowds Union City Dres i len Martin and other places east of here visited llickman Sunday Thor were about 300 visitors in all and they came to see the high water While h re the stoamor Mary Hill gave an excursion to Columbus returning at p m The Hickman Brass Baud nc splendidt t DELIGHTED AUDIENCE I I fij a k Mra PenetUi Sargent Ilaskell of Cuba Mo entertained a largo nudieupo I at the City Hull Monday night with recitals from various authors Her im I f personation anti readings wero well reserved and praised highly MrsII IlBEkell is an artist of rare equal and thosewhp heard her hope that she will- sJIin visit Ilickmau I1 I+ 1 i JONESr1LAhT- f Mr Rodney Tones a well wknown young farmer tutu MISS JMaggie Tilanfr r daughter of Mrs v 33tittie Wilson were united in t V jmarriage Sunday night sit 8 tfQ clack at the home of the bride j tfojiniles from Hickman by Hevi Jiin Adams The happy couple JonesttiHicej 3J miles soutlipf Hickman iJ i j li tQi i levee broke at Trices Lauding that two jsasseuger trahis were caught betweent vashi l out pointy and arts now stir rounded by wateroii blind tracks in the overflow territory about three nail j Abo1trtbtpuis3 users and crew eiiqh aud 6vet100 of tUese p rsou9 remained on the trains with no prospect of being taken off un til nightThe this flooded area 13 throwing worse with each hour and it is pjruleuttlmt t fceueral rise ofa foot uiore mst occur over the entire sub Bulltukesf at Tneos caue through this vo1utn qf wateralone ortvith the assistance of 1 Ib I Mrt riou Ark by meats of skifTdftud1e situation there is somewhat relieved Eight white families and fully 200 JJQ uroes remain there in the second stories Of buildings Over a thousand head of live stock has been gatheredttt tho lhl- age itthisiifc with niiuht and main No possible effort M being spared Threeiiuarters of a miloof the St Francis Levee At Trices Lauding Ark j twenty titles north of Memphis gayp way today auduow the water ji3 ponr iiis through Ihe gap and making ft coursofor itself into the St Francis RiVerf r The engineers claim that tho break at Trico6 handing is fortuntitely situated ilttethehftecu nil J bayous and this cnauufll will couiiilo the rush of waters Vicksburg Miss March 19 Today the IJefald received a telephone men sago froiii Lake Providence stating that a change for the worse in UIQ river situation had suddenly developLrl pspitjially tit J ltnu the miles north jof thSv toWn Grave fears wfiro enter famed for the safety of the levee there and every available man has been rushed to th scene 4 WATTERSON THROWS A HOTSHOT CLEVELAND from stand aside Wo should say to him 1 Mr Clovelaml the Democratic ship wreck cairn to pass while you were on the bridge Many of tho crew and a1QitthLn19 ners JloM ieu ro 11 + wti jTilr- mt JX ItfrtrrPr I ru ILttyour rating of yourself you mvo dOh unclyourcountrYou the situation embarrassing your frsemis und cheating your ago of HB repose by once more nndertakinu to Hocnro the holm and to steer time ship Of course we no more expect Mr Cleveland to take tins advice than ye oxpecf Mr Bryan to take the advic + which from to time in a perfectly friendly spirit we have urged upon him Both Mr Cleveland and Mr Bryan are professional politicians Both of them have been ciudidite for ofllne sauce they came of ago Mr Cleveland grew rich and wrecked tho party which loaded him with honors J BARRYS t DESTROYED BY I musicI occurSbitie arrived He places his loss at about 1200 with SEOO insurance Ho had just dropped 700 insurance that ho toot out when he had a larger Rtoule Four buggies and all Mr Barrys tools and baggy material were destroyed One of Dr Ilubbard and ono of Dick Scearce of Jayee were burned and numerous sets of harness aud repair work The building was a frame structure and owned by Mayor lone Dillon who had it insured for 200 SPRING BUSINESS osntunluy and business also opened up with u rush It hasbegun ttit look like old times in Ilickinnn since the dull business caused J y the Hoods and rains has subsided The merchants are theiragoods in shape for theJr spring opening They are already en joying a nice tradet WILL BEMAIN HERE 1 Captain L W Inglobright owner of the grain boat Conveyor arrived in the city this week with his nice boat He I will remain here and bring in grain and do tow work up and down the river He hnslCOOO bushels of wheat to bring in hero from Commerce for the NealShafner Grain Company of Nash Tulle as soon us the river recedes The Conveyor is just from the docks at plo1etedherebYiwho used to run from New Orleans to II Pittsburg but this is Ins first visit her lin20 years Capt Inglebright wit likely ran an excursion up the river bere1Jtam4 r y CALL MEPTING On account of the City Half LeingiittuI upjast Tuesday uightjbe meeting til 9tfl1oiflilYthe ditto ami let Celery citizen be on hand The meet uFs for tfte orguuizn 4 r YdnanIIoi growth and welfare3a rcnuosted 1tdjSibDL 5 present A President Secretary and 1 oUieroHicers willbe chosen and activn J work httuu utiOnce J4 To TryTSSettlbQRowt 1 11 istatotinhtMondly1t hear a Idenco in the dbt l pute over the chairmanship and org j ization of the Hickman county 11II pratic committee J mnddloto1theSUES FOR DIVORCE l Mrs Pearl Pnlliaui has tiled suit in theI eireuitycoitrtat Paducah againat Barry Pullihm for divorce It is said tl6 plaintiff originally Basked Tot alt i t iii ii lhadis a plumber imdrailroad man anti tbpj couple Until recentlyefiided JnFultoi 4fJ Mrs Pulliamis a daughter of Jahrv Milner of Fulton CIRCUIT COURT BUSINESS r if Circuit Clerk J W Morriss repor + several suits filled this week H Fulton Electric Light Company littl Henry Knight for Sl483 H Smith represent the plaintiff AJ VI Craddock vs J AV Ward to eafofMj arbitration ou 1IIUdJ W Underw vs Sam Underwood settlement of estate A H Lawrence vs C A LawreM suit on note of 500 iJORD N7Ki A Since iiiy last letter 10ith 1 i been iii our iuiT alul the m2 fal ieinnjus of Mrs Jfdnry SOl worclUl to rest lfi lt Emi cemetery on Monday oyeuL after funeral services 1by nm Vyniu The faniily of Mrs Eij itorsoii had been Jpunlont1 tu her belsidr cIHl lxr- ll glfi l t4 1k tat fi- Mrs Jj tfttnwrl11sul of 110111 uu Mrs Bush of Kenton and liner brother John Keiser of Oseeola Ark wore with her in her last hours One brother being clp laved arrived after her cUnUt lllfori cent Some of our younj peoplel 11uttta thebigt Miss Mary ShuoU has beoii spending g0vowl days with the familyif her uncle Mr O 1ft Kerlin fl Dr Coyle ofIalilt all former V I iliee r1ya5hereX tOLLIE JAMES BE 1TERi Congressman OHic James ol Mnvipn is in a fair wjiy to recovery and tin danger of bis fiuial rheumatism attack extending to tho mnsolas of tho nick and thence to his buds is now tmtirbly removed SERIOUS CHARGE Deputy Sheriff Tim Seat Wednesday irftornoon aarcsted Sam mill Jim Hail den of Sassafras Ridge ou true charge of shooting into a house They wll+ ro brought before Judge Kttarby and tR ir trims sot for April 13 They were rlilirywere1 5 house of Tom Ogden Bright Pros A- While Mots in tho city YcdnPsdaySonalor McD Veruuson who is a candil ate for uilruud Commission told the Courier editor tlmt his chances for the nomination were very tattering and he felt Nitre of his success He tins made an aolivo auras in till four of the die tricts whirh ioujpos the railroads dis triot und h his many voters everywhere He is n splendid mixer and will make an efficient commissioner REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Henr landynear Cayce to Clarence Clergie De and Alions Owen 84500 T J II Royerto B T Davis 50 acres near llickman 8500 t- I MRS SANDERS DEAt Alayli tickness Ot oancer was the mother of Mr J H San1 1Sbej of Hicknmn 0 f w j I i r j f n II t ti fN G0005 rt- i I i I OJ11 t t r ztY II A f r Are coining ill so rapiul 3ri t ii such quantities that our 0 entire fpraq is taxed to the i II utmost to get them1 opened f IliA f1 JpandI rQacly for display t+ v Porthat reason can give no de r 1v cription of offerings this week JS u y f Iot 4a I 4 vWIy t 1 r Jot4H f r v 1 Next Week qo tr n 1 7 f 11r Oily stqcks will be ready for o clisplay and we cordially in rYsa vats an Inspection feeling rr i fh s t4 tvdu Will hx linvftsure We 4r I r r Surpassed all iformer C P5ts I E T 4 t 31n tli 7swectIOll and ext Il1ft of this easons stocksyI 0 l1 t tOUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENTy 4 l i t J z iAyiUbeini charge of Miss 14 1 F i Cam mings 1 of St LouisJ asz t sisted by Miss Morgan who was with us last Spring 10 t These ladies come to us i tls7 qOlVeJ1y highe1 b culls 1 1n utO caS ilQJS 11 fG a J l the spring stock and no ei fort will be spared to make rV this DepartmentI surpass its former records Notice of formal opening win he male Jlft r J L FASHIONABLE DRIISS M KINil J areWe much pleased tc anVnounce that we have secured the services of Mrs D 0 Maupin of St Louis An expert in fasllionablet u dressmaking Mrs flan tin X f + has had some 15 years ex Id 1 rience in this lint and has 4 i had charge at times of the tDressmajving Department f Y of some of the llarge titOl a Sii iii the south She comes to 11 I I t us Jhighly Itcalumencledp IVo win be pleased to have fJryou give her a tried She i I t will arrive Monday next March 23rd J l k I I f r Estimates Made on Garments Gbmiplete We Furnishing all Materials and Guarantee Satisfactionr r Q ssnli MQ rd1l TnfT IrJT BR ow r L Lf OO S oonII- of iEllison Mercantile C t IncorporatedI r 3 J z I i h tFIk rv j i i I- ti 1 tcii h t A rY + 0 r t 1 y y 4 i J li H 2R t iid y J I THE H1CKMAN COURIERI PropLTHOS H LOVELACE Editor and I is Managerthet1IIOMANI It MAR 20 1903 t J1II J I i u A I ANNOUNCEMENTS o I CIRCUIT JUDOii fjj wisLEEf Circuit Judge of this Judicial Dia ttrict Sabject toth action = of the j emocratic Party 4111 JWe are authorized to ann ace R Je fRngg as a candidate fq3 thej office of Judge of thiafJudicial Dis Subject to the action s of the Strict Party icmCUIT ULEKK We are authorized to announce J W MORRIS a candidate for reelection to the office ot Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton Oonnty subject to the action of the Democratic partyII COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY IJHarryIJ I KAILRQAD COMMISSIONER We are authorized to announce Senator Me D Ferguson of Paducah as a candidate for the office of Railroad Commissioner to represent the First istrict of Kentucky subject to the PrimarytJ I o are authorized to announce Judge J Fletcher Dempsey of xadisonvill- as a candidate for the office of Mail road Commissioner to represent the First District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Pri mary May 9 1003 YISTATE TREASURER hereby announce myself as a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action ot the Democratic state primary to be held May 9 1903 f HENRY BOSWORT1I of Lexington Fayetto County S W HageriIIJudge tb call the attention fthe voters of Fulton and adjoining counties to the candidacy oft Judge Samuel W Hager for tS 1iejAB o This position is the second of importance in tho statennd every voter should study tho situation carefully and know the merits of the man they vote for A mistake in this office bY Putting in the wrong man would bo worse than electing a bad governor This office controls the finances ot thery state and fraud can be easily accoru presenet U Statn Treasurer and no man has filled an office with such skill and judgement w S Mr Hager lie IS a bihfu1party f t tibllc oilcia and n nut n ofintegrity fiiar jt zTTUiruU6n has rIw been marked with considerable ability and the humblest man can get recognition from Judge Hager His character is untarnished and is of the noblest kind lIe is plain honest and manly and wherever he is known he has friends He is strong all over tl witoatto manliavofinancial way and the people are realiz- lug that we need a good man as a improvement over the present auditor judge Hager will carry the First DIS- trict almost solid He will get nearly every vote in Fulton county It is said Chenaultri iftihatplacedfinY 1t Gov Beoknam is tight r yr The State ot Kentucky now has to umlInterestfrom tho national government by t present state administration Goy Beckham urged that this mon Kbo applied to the extinguishing of the State debt The bonded indebtedness of the State of Kentucky ia now about 1000000 With this wiped out t commonwealth would not only bo f 1 couldtrbejilan fact there ought not tOt be t minds as to what should be done 1b less than a privatedlndiyidnalshould2 jealously guard its I r jfcreditGov Beckham is right Let us pay our debts stand bcforo the world as not owing a dollar and at IpayorGlasgow the same time reduce the rate ot taxa iit Registerfrom 3 county is practically unanimous John Hondriok Also that in Ful l f ahdjHiokBianicdmrtiee wheref the s- r chine has leased a paper or two andl r opened up a barrel that Hendrick willl i beat Beckham two to one in thoseI I S counties The First district is pra chi fl cally lohdforllendrlCk t The above reference loa paper or t tt being leased in Fulton and Hickuian grtoss ti ti misrepresentations indulged inbY the J HendriokT re68 ifereau No paper that tt we k ol ofthas oen leaeedIf i sit Fulton or Hicktnan counties and fnr 4theraiore it is unnecessary so far as the J38ckhain forces are concerned for Becknam will carry every precinct in JFulton county and a JUajority of those d inHickmau c01IotyTo those who Irr bii iRf lr tlt8 Wieferec oats of the PadncaliRoRifiter it is quite up neoeaaary to remind thew that was aerer known f to pick a Wilhelmj j w 1 Ernest Btm1 Fremont Neb aged 40 and we y will probably bo adjudged insane causei ho chose to givo np leis moaoyind become a farm hand Early last November Hussman 1ppeured He had about 70000 In I bank and considerable property which ho loft intact He was found working on a farm To his friends he cars r trlhayet and cannot see why 1 should be forced to trouble myself with it for I do not J h to 1 am a simple man well fittedII manual labor and prefer to servo out my life in the capacity for which I andryaliuppyiiid glad I am living r cn 9emore cou4 I wish r My money alias been a care and worry to mo ever slues I got it and I finally felt I must get away from it lion J Mark Worten of Pad acah former law partner of Hon Chas K Wheeler is a candidate for Common wealths Attorney in the Paducah district Mn Worten is a gentleman of fine attainments and has an excellent chance of being nominated whiuh i equivalent to election Mr Worten has always been a hard working Demo crat and deserves recognition at th hands of his party We hope tp see Mark win easily and rowan placed where reward is due Gov Bcckhaim succeeded in doing pvhatJio other governor did err could J HecolJe tedl11Qre than a minloiiaml i gooewar claim and then at his suggestion and by his vote it was decided to apply the money to the payment of the stoic debt TillS one act lilouc would entitle him to an overwhelming vote of otherthingsee that Gov Bec haw succeeds him folfLcxiD ton Democrat Hickman fa now enjoying a prosperous steady increase in population and business Tho town has never bofor had so many adyautagcsTto offer as iiu duce buFiuetdafoiurhave excellent stores and stocks andI goods can be purchased cheaper in Hickman than any other town in forty miles of here for our merchants get better freight rates than onr neighbor towns Democrats of the First district nroornoxt to the Frankfort grafters and are going to vote for the right kind of men for auditor treasurer md secretary of statebecause they want to keep the State Board of Nal oiiwoairr5rftflF h 7ltcmiwswltt1ffilct getrich quick It would never do in the world to let these men got tfonlrol of this cal ation board and the people will see that they dont on May 9 The jolts that the Demoorats who Hendrick charged were gold bugs are yo1i10giving Honest ur socks ofT Every one of them says he tIed and ou yahad just as well engage passlon tlc Saltriyer cr Gntaialyoil gaged ten berths to take the rest of hisI gang along isHurry V McChesney that gallant young Democrat who is now Sapt ofr Public Instruction will certainly winI easily for Secretary of State Ho has strong following in Fulton county The Democrats hero remember his noble work and brilliant speeches forth parly in the trying times a few agoo eyTime Kentucky Exhibit Associationi will announce about April 1 a popular subscription plan which will give teacherhe in alTeoi a free trip to the WorMs Fair at St Louis pwoinrstthe Courier The Louisville Herald a Republican paper wants ilendrick nominated so that tho Republicans can defeat him November But Allison dont wo yourself too much you might h another sunstroke Beckham will cer tainlybe the nominee and will def you Republicans by 20000 this lime r thepteai wituah a clean record His administration has been exceedingly commendable for a young man and the people rccog his ability and fitness and he should have no opposition and he virtually whasnt any Hendricks organ the Louisville Herald republican p9perisstHl pour Tolle c 4cher so to a ftnish Had you nioticedthat not many good strafght out Detnoc papers are supporting Ilendrick Gov Beckham will carry the First District HendricVs homo by a haud plJrcog9L Gpv Beckhaius ability and true Oem ocratic principles and will endorse l with an overwhelming majority k a f i Ewof the t htyeslerdastrong for Governor Beckham nun thin ho would carry it in tho primary hands down Loxiugtou DemocratW Judge S W linger is the man every 1Q Democratic yptor who loves principle and honor should vote for He has made a splendid State Treasurer and iis a candidate for State Auditor Judge Lee says a he has aunutiBugg preparation which he is pow offering to strongJJu d inrovcaiullay It scorns that Henry George will be our next State Senator His ouly op ponent is L E Wouthorford also of Graves county bnt Henry will dofeat hi in two to one If geniality generosity and thorough Judgelfagorj for State Auditor lsIf Teddy really wants u running mute front Indiana why not take up Iet would bo two of a kind then T A Boston physician says that baldnes Is contagions Wellit must be iron tho numerous baldliuads around Hick manDo o i xohatikoWh1son is still talking a Time Louisville Herald a Itepublican organ is still advocating the nominal tion of Hendrick Con rQSsmon Rainey of Illinois inust raiqry weather f4 Teddy must be ill he hasnt applhted a negro to office in a whole weekly M r k 0BEYOND ALL COMPARISONS Ono of the many factors coutribntin ip the remarkably rapid and soli marvelodfj nsd other tributary to that city in all Hues of trade In 1004 there will be held Jthe greatest Worlds Fair iu the world The presidential campaign will also j take place To keep informed with the whole world you should subscribe once for that peer of newspapers ate Twiceayeek St Louis Republic It Is indisponsible to tho farmer mercaia profesaionul Ulan Its tele and cablo service excels that of any other paper It prints the news fully not imaginative occurrences but domestic and worldwidt facts ft is dts otymttotJtrrpoUfciw jrtJDit1 wnnctiy1 uiP tioffnll new S paior and family journal Tho subscribtion price of SI100 givos you two papers each week 104 papers youra + FAIR VIEW DISTRICT titlit Editor of Courier We never see anything from this part of the world so I thought would drop you a few lines Wp ire Courier readers lord would be glad if yon will allow us n little space v Everybody is hustling i Mr James Burnett is building a nice dwelling Sum Brpxyrt and Ed Bolton are contractors J Mr John McClenhan has just tIt jqJ J aPotvcll Brown is improi lWiinweeks ono n Mr Levi GriJIith is mail nice improvements on his ijbv I IrPotato planting and gardening tois the go this week i Tom Benton was in Dycrshiirj last week buying mules i Bill Glidowell Jamea lithecl er and uncle B Mathis Htulc a big fox chase the Kith Mrs Frank Barnett is oMthe sick list this wcekf doTrynt tliwClittlebWrist weep V Wheatell the roads get good batsUbkCtj we will can again HILLBILLY The Editor will be gladj to eelnmzak t MASTER COM NOTICE TO CREDITORS To bring forward their claim properly proven Courntw j k 4against tin Equity Sam Underwood 4 ToileAll persons haying claims against the estat of Mrs E J Underwood decd are hereby notified to produce tho satue properly proven to the undersigned Master Commissioner of the lulion Circuit Court at his office in 11IC man Caauty1 alien Keiackytoa or be nextThis lSD LUTEN Jaster Commissioner F C O t 4 C +r itrrtli tfr l- eNEW T MPJ f KnvrTfTririaMf g rrrrt SPRINC COODS We are now ready to sli6w you a complete line1 in every department H DRY GOHS MILLINERY and FURNISHINGSf 1i OXFORDS MATTINGS and OILIf CLOTHINGSHIRTS cd+ Wait for our spring openingI r utEa1tor dk Boddsr JIIIU It 4 11 v cJ t t r f IL e 1 n IF YOU WANT TO 6oKl l3U 03ES fSELIII i = A L = = I t FARM LAND y HOUSE OR LOT o I A r Ilr 1 I I l090B 1 DAVIScoos I ArflO NEsrrLA 7 HICKMAN KENTUCKY I I p to J JU IMiI Ui Il RECEIVEDx r- a far load of the MOST UPTODATE FURNITURE sireverbrought to Hiekman and will be f J+503LT AM UMJK MOW JlTSAJSOIVAliL 11LIC1SI 50yThe best Cane Scat Chair 300 per set Diuing Chairs from S450 to 1250 Urid the best Iuieof Rockers ever shown in Hickman from we to l1500 v These are just u few of the good things and I cheerfully invite each and every ono to call and see the many others s OM PHiLLIPS Three Paper for afJenct I oTlieTHE PRAIRIE FARMER Weekly TSE PSAIWE FARMER Home Magazine Monthly Supplement And THE HICKMAN COURIERr klli Three sent to any address one year for 125 Regular i1 1pricej of all 300 This offer closes April 15 J r t f o HI TIME OF TRAMKS Ai iiI UNION OEDJr J North Bound No 2 Loaves daily 1181 a in No 4 Leavos 1240n m No 12 Leaves wxtMuit 1TO p11I J ii i South lloundfNo1 Leaves daily i63p J No3 Loaves 35 u i No 15 Leaves wk day undS00 U mVC S CLARKE UMMI uofg n LOCISiC M SIiEPARD JNO M BELL fu IaHr Apt ArtGo 1 lhi Aleut t HOUILE i T LOriS i Nothing has ever equalled it i Nothing can ever surpass it t Drr- New Kings Discovery I L For CON RLJITTION und Price 50CJ1M A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free For sale by all Druggists r THIS IS THE I SOROSIS SKIRT 1 t Queen of them all at H C AMBERGS rHACK SEUVRE x I am now running two hacks to and from time depart and am prepared to nightitI to scant any twin Telephone Cl Prompt eeryfoe tgood rigs safe horses V JI ROPKR I Now Is The Time tow tha nobbiest Spring and SumnerJ1 I inI10 entireIv I Ioi LltliorLitho Note Heads Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can bo done anywhere at- Courier Office Colds Ire Dnngcrous Tt r How f9 f et k r i I L1onlluterlearnthathJlncu mania This is of such occurronceshould110tbesCoughteamdeney i cures and is pleasant to take Sold 1 T Swaynesu TEXASOn ofeachsellroundXIl Arkansas x Louisana Terntor a roundtripthree1weeksovers the stop r partIcularsillustratedpampletstit tst CamerawriteAgt307Main I Well Again J3lountwillhas en I rhenjnialism p y I cured him after thu beat doctors in timetown lfononmud ivcII I I tminfI aloneIi J i iwn J I I rf 4S ln 1nfoxtAil = q l Relieves Instant and Cures Quickly COLDS IN THE HEAD SORE THROAT CROUP FROST BITES SORE CHEST SWELLINGS and all INFLAMMATIONS Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy IT SOOTIESt IT HEALS IT CURES I DO Oa di t I001QTTLE8 AT ALL aOOD Lit Uu uai f I f C111PnYS Inc ky P FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 1QlintQc t QErbJl iokanJ Ky 0 TAbso1ute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance 1 1A 1 t ion this Guarantcewe solicit your patronage r A THOMPSON Cnsl ierj j j 11 BUCHANAN President DIRECTORSJ JC IIOXDUKANT II IILCIIANAN J A TIIOSHSOX JJ CVCH gk I JttI ISIEU JI W ALK= ANDKU U U TIIKKLKBLIJ rt0 r rfr I j jr i Ji titt = Ii = rJ = J I Has a Superior Stock of the best makes i of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at cKthat the very lowest tin market justifies 4LIiJ1j J- 1 lfflilt ROOFING A VPT5CIALT V I HIGKMAW WAGON GOt j i i HAUFATUlttatlt LFTril t1liltltdTt11- i i i i Af W jj 1 l iI fI l a r Rockbottom Prices on Groceries t r I I Staple audp ricy Grocon aSil Vus tin fur dash Gatl and inspuat tOt goods and earnttpare OUfJlrIQUt with othorV Free delivery 1 S0 4RI AIi t 1 i i H BUCHANAN j I iR- a I j f I = HICKMAN BANK I xyIt tI 0jqapital Stock Paid II- JJ 5000000 I President Surplus awl Undivided Profits i 2000000 strongBoardf i1 IilJcrnlityibanking methods j 1 i iii Presidenttor W C JO IIFSON Cashier S AMBERG Asst Cathie HICK AN MARBLE WORK I E rrAnLI8nEI ISII 1 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Snecp or to B C nAlllagP iecI Marble and Granite Monument CUR1T3I1s1 G STONE WORK of a11Iiude- ROY FENCING cJc Hiokman Ky is sent I t anytcash in 1 landTe are also giving special attention to all kinds of Jobt t WorOur prices are low qualityrr- ff A i consideredr- e j r 5 IiciiY iwjs Wi rlwill Bc li you alit old llri1 ygoods ASl CHEAP AS eRE UHrJ PEST V And that of tihe BEST GRAD St4s 4l tt- A l Steel Range for SlQ9 Steel Cook with ros ji 6OOeilI iI Cups and Saucers rlQUItit 4QtoHavlinChina260 t I early in stock seeds towitY Glover Irish Potatoes On tdn and Garden Seeds of all fcindsf t6 I I also carry a large Stacie r BEST WIBE FJENOEl The world affords I fAll in one piece j E E REEVES I Jlickuiaii KyJ i A F OLIVER Blmsmilhand Undertaker 1IICKMANI KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want Black smith in done or Repairing Wagons c HorseshoeiMK u specialty I also I keep n full line of Undiriakersd I r I a etI 1 t Common Rosewood and Solid mack Walnut Collius and Oasket which Vcan ho fItted up on short notice and lit ret fionablo prices Give tnc It trIal eSTShop uiar the jail 11KAI IT TH HOUGH s rTnuiilil Spoil Tins Story to Tell lt In1 thef Hi ailHiiis To usa nu eijihtoiiith century phrase thappourdmujj wry much of the present rT yiJ a i fiuruionelj I I prJm1If I l l nurtJJLIstoJ coal a drondfiil fold and at one tyne 1 iart d flu u ud IIt JUaIIIlIiI1m fI + ueih t iiia ttis ril t 1 i 0 w tIby Rtttrt1 n iiiiuilItt e withini mv rlllfh141nnot recommond l fIi tritr Ljalft by T T8wulw r lXR J 0 STTJBB3 DE v rsrn t1FkIF nvI IOLcoMUKs DKLI j1lriEt OIL H K DA VI D8C- JNentistIII OK MAN ItLi tQ OEEce over Oowgill Co M1 Drug I5lor R A JACksONV1Y- T016N KVATTAM1I1- CKWAN KENTUCKY Will do ajjjjueral1 practice in Kentucky Special iitttintion fjivun to collection r nI Fresh Groceries are essit- l Goodtl J t tof1 c GOOD HEALTH I y Buy your groceries where 1 jj i you can always get them jj- i fresh and cheapl too We j liantlle the best of ever 4- p i Tytt J1 STEAK and SAUSAfiE will be pleased iiYout J 1 ROEm f on1 11 tl E 4 L Telephone 74 Free snalireJ 3000 CALIFORNIA 3000 One way second class colonist tickets will be sold flatly during February and Jlarcb at above rate from all main line coupon points ou tbo Mobile and Ohio R It St Louis to Meridian inclusive Ask your home agent or write Jnp sM Uput A GPA St Louis for = full information i i 15 J L KENTUCKY NEWS t At Gyntiiiann Ky James garnet a fourteenyearold boy was thrown b y a horse and his neck was broken indictedrorJ TSlrornlonafling of Bill Houseman of Paducah fromttustody fortheatGraysonFriday afternoon lust after re Georgeicame violently insane He was committed to the asylum Saturmday J contnluedthejjjuiy isS ofFrandcrazy in the jail there Friday nightilU inBreathitt todtathgeneralihtnotknownWork has been suspended on the Cairo extension of the Illinois Central out of there on accountof high water The Katterjohn quarries are lvorkin night and day near Princetonl getting out stone for ballast o account of the washouts and necessary raising of the truckJfrom the water in this and since January has furnished 8100 carloads ROMANCE OF TWIN SISTERS r ltA short time awn two young la dies twin sisters whose home 1 on the mountain side in one lot the upper counties passed thro Tullahomn Accompanied by theirj brother en route to the Indian Territory to nisei a Mr Bowing + 1ho had advertised for a1 wife The Westerner could not decide + sifter a correspondence with the win sisters and seeing tllCl portraits which one he liked bast and arranged that they should cools out to the Territory The sisters are quite good looking refined and cultivated one is ai vbrunette the other a blonde Yesterday the brunette and her lltrotj yr gassed thr uii ttheir re a JJcrcluepidation Mr Bowing decide to jtake his chances with the blonde the visit of the J the west was not in vain an 1 there will he another wedding soon hut this time thp VesternI cowpuncher will have to cam 14o the Tennessee mountains to iet his bride STREET FAIR i Sireft fair talk has again possiYe held here some time during the month of April An effort is being made by some parties to get up a fair for the middle week in April1 and if the movement is to result in a successful street 9fair action should he take at once as less than a month is left to advertise the event I A spring street fair would1 prove more of a success tha one held in the hot and sweltering 1 months of August or September Fulton Leads SIXTYEIGHT INDICTMENTS 1The circuit court grand jury vvhi has been in session at Benton ithc p two weeks adjourned Saturday aft having returned sixty eight indict ments wInch Js tho largest number user returned by u grand jury of Marshall county The work makes n clean sweep of lawbreakers Irom every section of the county including unions the prelchedownr3 wets indicted for alleged selling lUof whiskv without a license Rev T I Walton stards charged with willful and malicious cutting while Dr Seitz of Gilbert villf who some time since assaulted Joe Gregory will have to ussucltnndbatteryRiley d bootleggers hkvu two bills each to t credit for alleged violation of the to j option law while nine others residiu in different sections of the county are charged with gulling without a license OFFERED FINE POSITION Mr Claude Wlknr the efficient manager of the C C Mengel Box con tern nt this city has been elf red tsplendid lucrative position with O R- Moufjel Co to represent them in Africa They offered him a sum trhi was equivalent to 810 000 per year Tho position was near thu equator and he declined They wanted him to buy mahogany timber 4 r GENERAL NEWS Washington March 1rSeripus charges have been filed with President Roosevelt against a practicing attorney tit lulu who was formerly an official of the department and theyare of such a nature that at this time they cannot be disclosed The churn es are made by Tom C Campbell an attorney of Cincinnati representing the Turf Investment con terns about which there has been so much scandal The charge i that the oflicial who is involved moneyfrontfor preparing an opinion declar ing the schemes of turf invest ment companies were legitinlat- uul in return promised that certain protection would be giver the companies by the ollicials The president has ordered that the matter be investigates t widelyknownd by the brothers of Gov Goebe- of Kentucky to assist in t11 i prosecution of the men accused of his murderCThree men and one woman all tlC rocs were locked un Sat artist evening at Caruthersyille pilferins citement They were taken from jail at midnight by citizens and thongbs nThe Chicago Democratic city convention Mon ay renominated Carter II Harrison for a laurt1 J erm as mayor The miners strike at Rock wood Tenn was settled Standard Oil Company stock holders were paid a dividend ofs 20 on each share held by them BatiksFlorida at Jacksonville one of the oldest inthe State has been closed by order of the Controller of the Currency Mrs Thomas J Bullock the mother of eignt children iis under arrest at Shreveport La husbanrpoison William Alexander who is an extensive dealer in logs ties undI staves in Morgan anti Magoflin1 counties 1 gasolinewhen completed will ply be1 1 tween Painteville and aly er viJiiw iv John W Taylor fiftythree years ofage walked from Union steppeeJ d tailJ he was the instigator of the war in the Philippines an j that Inovelueneo United States truly He was sent to the Western Lunatic AsylumGen II B Lyon is writing series of historicalreuiiuscenc for his homepaper theEddyville 1tale of Two Cities Buffalo Bill has written to President Roosevelt calling attention to the necessity for protecting the timber and1 underbrush on the Western watersheds from sheep A partial settlement of the Collleffected and the troops are to be withdrawn The employes of two of the toIthe suits of the strikers against militia 0 cers will be dropped J 0 Brown Recorder and for many years political boss resignt1YoIerday died suddenly Sunday The first payment by Ven eztiela to Germany under the Washington agreement will be made today ofMexico is preparing take advantage of her geographical location in co nection with the Panama canal By the time the c lincaleS DiRaL I will be running from Iexitt GaribbeanCentral points J Great mass meetings at Manchester Dundee Bir weche addressed by Irish members of Parliament who discussed the laud act It is announced at the navy department that the monitor Arkansas will stop at Cairo ill after attending the dedicatory exercises at St Louis April 30 The interstatecommer commission has designated April 21 for the hearing to beheld in New York city in the case of William RtHearst silligals1roads alleginjun reasonable and illegar rates for tIle transportation of anthracite coal alliedePowers for preferential treat went in the matter of the j mayberumored that the disinclination of the allies to resorting mayean atf at settliiig direct with astro t President Roosevelt is jplanning to start oil his Western trip April 1 v Sev oral large Western cities will ihuntingtripsgion and a visit to Yosemite Park Assistant Attorney Gener- aL Tyner of the Postoffice Department will be asked to resign A scandal involv ing the turf investments companies and their rights 1 to the mails is said to be be retireo ment jCOMPLETE LIST OF CANDIDATES The announced candidates for State offices whose names will go primarydon May are as Governor J C W Beckham ofBoyle j Crackeir 1Lieutenant Governor W Po Thorrte Henry Abraham Jlenick 1Clark WillardsMitchell Jessamine N B Uayes BelljCJlias E Qnttolh Bnllitt Ira Julien FranklinFfAu- ditorJ B Chenault j BoydlrcasurerH Fayette Gus iV Richardson Daviessisi j Tandy McCrackeh 11 1r11c= Jhesneyj Livingston Superintendent Public In Warrent Eesj FuquaLoganFrankfort Commissioner of Agriculture 1oJ Hedger Scott R C Creu shaw Cliristian Hubert Vreejlland Jefferson J M Frazee Mason Simon Cook Shelby Clerk Court of Appeals R L J 1IorganChinnClark For the nine State oflices to be jfilled there is a total olf twenty nine pandidates WHOLESALE KILLING REffiSIUhSIBLE FORMD- EATHS Philadelphia March l7Tho police authorities have directed the opening of tltirtg four graves having secured evi lento which leads them to believe that 1Geo Hooasey the negro herb doctor is manydeathssory to the murder of Wm G Danze whose widow is charged with having administered her husband slow poi 1 negroWe poisoning cases can be traced to Joosaey said a police ollical todayhbut thus far we waret0thirtyfour graves This step win be resultntordey Shooy was not exaggerating archaproportionsfarconnected with it at the time ho was 4- t jU6tbeKinn I further startling developments will JThere may bo severalartests abutthey are not likely to come until butbeenDetectives are searching foj a white woman who18alJefe4 to have represent deaUDgwith biliousattacktakeChamrlainaStomach aJquick recovery is certain For sale by r T SWATHE f 1 FY JSj TFARM NOTES One of the implements or machines which farmers who visit operationislutionizing the use of corn fodder as it saves labor and prepares the corn stalks for the use of stock It removes the ears from the t husks and tears the entire stalk into shreds at one operation as rapidly as the stalks can be fed into the machine There are several kinds but every farmer should have one as it willenable 4iirito use the leaves husks and stilllcs at soyjnuch hay whichcan be baled if necessary When fodder is thus prepared the cattle will not reject so much as usual and the shredded fodder uneaten is suitable for bedding or as an absorbent in the manure heap The saving in feed by the shred ding of the entire stalk will be an addition to the profits of the farm and also enable the farmer to keep more stock There is much to learn in re gad to feeding The common practice is to give the hay and grain separately Experiments made to test the values of food under different systems of feed ing demonstrate that the best results are obtained where the grain is ground the hay cut into short lengths the bulky food alien moistened and the grain and hay mixed which is done by sprinkling the ground over the hay This node demands more labor but at the present time grinding mills and power feed cutters are cheap enough to be within reach of all The mixed food is better digested is more highly relished and a saving is effected in the quantity as the careful preparation lessens the wasteIt a loss to keep an animal four years if it can be gotten in to market when three years old for the years time saved means labor and food as well as interest on capital invested With the use ort uch beef producing breeds as the Shorthorns Herefords Angus and Galloways an average weight of 2000 pounds per animal has been obtained in four years while threeyearolds have reached 1800 pounds and two yearolds 1100 pounds the daily increase being over tvo pounds for the yearling up tor two years oldand from one and onehalf pounds to one and threefourths pounds for other animals The live weights only are given but animals have dressed GGJ per cent when in prime domlitiolT Experiments showing suchresults have been frequently made and shouldconvince all farmers that they eau produce steers that will weightinproper breeds Profit is made by using the best animals for the purpose desired Never grow trees of different kinds together until satisfied that one does not injure the oth er as is frequently the case when peachestlmssometimes attack the latter A single wild cherry tree near an apple orchard will provide a har boring place for caterpillars which finally injure the apple orchardOpen sheds at this season are preferable to stables They should be dry and no draughts of air should How through them If yards are attached the cows can enjoy themselves in the sun during the day if they are not al lowed on the pasture The4 cows shouldnot be confined too closely duringfavorable Strawberry rust is shown by spots on the leaves It is not yet decided if itist disease due to fungus The remedy tried with the Lest success is to mow the vines and weeds as soon as the crop is picked and burn them Mulch that may be applied late in time fall should be shaken up in spring and the mulch and bed burned over Good farm hands are worth all that may be paid them as intelligence is of more value some performed particular the entire crop and a seasons preparation may be lost A skillful farm humid may demand high wages but his work will be worth more than that of an in personThe root crops in this countryis only secondary to grain and hay but it Europe beets carrots and turnips ire otherwhere turnip sire largely used that we procure our best speci mens of cattle sheep and swine Nearly allottne pure breeds of livestock in this country came 1 t 41mr 1 to c tf VL IJt 3 j i 11 e lJ l IAAt 1 origins from Englano7 An acrer 1 thatr will produce 5OOrs of timothy hay will pros 0 pounds of man gels y live stock will thrhJIl the mantels and hay than on hay or beets alone The labor required to grow root I forinerlyIa profit Time osage orange will grow to a large size if planted like other trees It is free from disease canendure severe cold and pro duces a hard wood As a hedge plant it has no superior prodded the plants are trimmed and properly trained the first three years If allowed to grow on the north lUll west sides of a barn yard it makes an excellent wind break thoughnot equal to the evergreen arbor vitae for that pucpose but it will last much longeil than the latter The time to prune fruit trees is from February to April or before the sap begins to slow This will depend upon the climate The wounds will then lineal rapidly without leaving dead wood or scars Much pruning nut be saved by pinching and subbing oh superfluous sprouts during time growing season The first pruning of a young tree is a very important process for it is then that the future shape of the tree and the number of the brandies it will possess will bo determined Some trees will stand severe cut tingback Gut all trees should be so printed as to permit of abun dart airand sunlight The Cellar is not regardetV as the best place for milkIt is claimed that the milk room should be above ground and he kept filled with pure and con stantly changing air Those who make the best butter outside of the creameries have excellent results keeping time milk in shallow pans from 11 to 21 inches deep the temperature fixed at 00 degrees This is considered one of time best plans for securing the fine aromatic flavor and waxy grainto the butter The milk should be skimmed at from 24 to 80 hours at 00 degrees and churned at from 55 to 05 degrees Dairymen however must Ilargely be governed by circumstances in making choice butter When the spring opens there is a temptation to put stock on the pastures rather early in the season This should not be doire as trampling bv thejinimals maM doliarni A heavy roller sliouid be used over the pasture field so as to press down and smooth the surface for the mower if a field is cult for hay Very young grass or rye is laxative and cows will fall oil in yield of milk if put out too early qr kepi on the pasture too long Bees begin to work as soon as the weather permits in the spring Time first plants upon whist they work are the skunk cabbage and yellow willow followed by the blossoms of fruit hard maple white clover small fruits bass wood sumac golden rodastor Spanish needle smart eet1fi etc Should the forage be scarce bees will use the blossoms of weeds that are not suitable for providing choice honey Sassafras is a nuisance in any field but it cannot he destroyed very easily exc pt by grubbing it out removing all the roots Being a hardy and persistent plant it must be killed in its younger stages If allowed to overrun a field it will entail near ly as much labor as is required to clear new land from brush In using tarred paper for roofs consideration must be given to the fact that unless the paper be securely fastened so that the wind cannot get under it the roof will be easily destroyed dur ing time prevalence of a very high wind Paper roofs are excellent Provided they are properly put OilA specialfrom Sycamore IllIsays Farmers residing near Sycamore report whooping cough among their hors The porkers cough and whoop as badly as peo ple and a large niuhber have died Benjamin Knappenbergs children have been having the whooping cough all winter and waythethe hogs USEEUL lIlVTSi Two or three lumps of sugar added tostarch made with boil ing water will make itstilferand more glossy A teaspoonful turpentine added to every quart of starch either hot or coldwill give a brilliant polished surface and prevent the irons sticking Housekeepers will find itagjeat convenience and saving of the edges of their rugs to have a frame for the purpose over which to throw the rugs to be beaten V4 4 it iis merely two strong upright higlrse6Jlrmlyapart to accommodate the l esf rugs uilaI crosspiece joining hohungfrnuwisniringlwdding It appears that punches Were ulfered cold weather of the latter t of 1thelime peaches plums Hudi Mier- rtes it seems have sufh4ree most and a very short and iiifterUa or crj p of these fruits is oxjmctt4 ed Apples will be fnirrndi- pears good It is yet most loo- theberryperhapsdamaged The condition is due so iits isi exeeediirltivariim caused the buds to swell only to oe blighted by the cold and blizzard in February When one starts sheep raising he should buy a registered alma stylishlookingclose wool The female should be as good as time purse willal low beJIne breed delicatefaced thickfleeced great feeders SfYuly the hock and their ancestors discard the poor mothers every year February is the best time for lambing as it Insures a good price Sheep should be looked after during the fall tad given extra feed and the females put in flocks by themselves by midwinter The lambs should have a separate place to eat grain so they may not be crowded out Salt should be troughFeedwill be left to become filthy Water should ho pure and m abundance Clean orchard and 1immthyisfor lambs The fine straws puncture their stomachs Change from pasture to pasture Never allow sheep to fall oil It effects the lleece and they are hard to restore Have high dry sheds that may be closed up of nights and during storms with clean straw for beddingIacilie HouseholdGood reduce the wc rand tear on horses harness arid vehicles So put your roads in good condition as soon as possi= taba stltemuduotiv imai where they have been worked occasionally they are now in fair condition MAY BE DIVIDED New York March liAnnouncement has been made of a plan for the division of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of Now York which comprises at present the boroughs of Rich mond Manhatlan and the Bronx of New York City and the coun ties Westchester Putnam Dutchess Kocklandx Orange Sullivan and Ulster The division proposed is the creation of a new jurisdiction with the borough of the Bronx as the See city and composing the rest of it the counties of West Chester Putnam and Dutchess The other jurisdiction would keep Manhattan as the See city Before such division could be made it is said that it would he necessary to change time general law of the Episcopal Church for bidding the division oft city Another measure New York churchmen are said to favor is asking the general convention to tiliyfragannecessitate the repeal of a canoe prohibiting their election WRECK AT FULTONJ Fulton Ky March 10As- light wreck occurred three fourths of a mile north of the depot here at 3 oclock this morning in which Engineer John Baxter was severely injured urid the tender of engine Oil demolT iEnginecoal chute and engine 049 was going to the chute Headed in opposite direction bothwere backing up on the northbound midwybctweendepot t Engineer Batters injures Wetc I dressed by railroad surgeons and1 he inJJackson Tenn It Saved Ills Leg P A Danforth of LaGrause Ga suffered for six months with a friehtfnl running sore on his leg bnt writes that Bucklers Arnica Salvo whollr cured it in fives dos For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in them world Cure guaranteed Only 25ctsi Sold by Alt druggists f r L c2JJ1h Kiii l r I 1ik I 12452 Recordr 919t This great sire belongs to a trotting that is proenAlfred t perfectIndividualna1neiWsome harnesshorse my X31miles foalCashI 4O5Americanb He is by ICII PORTEDI REBO This1ackwas said by some of the best Jack men of fiddle Ten nessee to the tooliatperfecti a fine head ear bone and nfusele He lpleases all that sees him American Ellipse will make the seasonof 190ijat my Oakwood Farm JH2 miles east of IIIC1 man Kyonthe State Road TI lails S 1000 to insure mares 00U to imistte emictte Money due when male on jenetto is with foal Cc rospondence solicited i R A TYLER Prop r u b BENBOWS Borated Cream 1 LOU CHAPPED lI4N tt PACE AND LS V VASELINEJ Plain Camphorated CarJ i latcnl and Perfumed I Also all thu best Cough Cures on tbo market 8WAYNEIhe 4I ftapii Cash Bootoo e Splcn lid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MAUY BKUKNDKH Co GAR U THE R S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERYI FRESH BREAD CAKES AND iJ CONFECTIONERIESl Remember you get blue trading stamps with every hoc cash purchase CLINTON STHEJ51l- UCKatfo KESriJCKY Tojnnlione Number UO I LOW JUTES To The Northwest pnritifj February and March one way ecoud plass colonist tickets will be sold Ii daily at very lpv rates from coupon stations of the Moll+ o nnd Ohio R R- fto points in Oregon tVariJiiiigton- ILJritish I y Columbia Montana and Idaho Ask your home agent or write Jno M BeaU A G P A St Louis for full particulars I STRAYED OR STOLEN osc pale- red tnuloyhcifcft 18 months old nn marks or brands 4- LVTV at v Satrxnmaii j iI n iil I II NOW FOR I 11 For Springs luvvest f tiein all thq various i lines this store offers Youll feel weve made most Ijbpral sekctlonsthat weve well anticipated the spring furniture n ci1s and pwrtninly youll ap prove the good values for every bftW naturally wants their money bq go fartiliesMAvants best for 1 I IHttlest price vln our spring stotlnofwfunnud I IcOlllplete withaU the various furniture require ments youll find the kinds Rvalues tiiat line up Iwhh most cconomienll buying That March bringsi you royal values youll believe from tjiese OAK BEDS full Width 250 JAPANNED STEEL SPRINGS fiiSt clnss2 COTTON TOP MATTRESS 150 BEST FELT MATTRES 650+s STEPHENS A GILL 4T J a ri sa r+ 1ar 4 1Yas r r r Subscribe for the Courier SI in advance We also make a specialty of Job Work j Iw t TI r L t i rT JrJfo = ri ww y + a T + o + wr vow wooi he true philosophy of selling readytowear Clothing is in having ti sound reliance that the garment you sell will stand the close exami nation of the man looking for a standard GriffDn Brantt Clothing M I J5MIJODI1BSA1ANY SPECIAL PKATr RES THAT RILL I TISUISST yOC ifc ifc l s S TT IS CUT nT TUB JATJ ST STYLI S PBRjSftCT EITfING aibUfiltATB PRICED I r i1h r A lYOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT t OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINEII- n k T J g 1J II1 HY cc- t E flrriberg L AI r t I ARTISTIC TAILORING I I ISTYLEI more passing thanII ration1Men examine the InternationalTailoring s I al pricesThe styles andII their garments obtained really fromII I j pocket in yourII DROP IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THEIR ENTIRE LINE r I OVER 500 MAGNIFICENT SAMPLES OF THE OFII LATEST FABRICS AND DESIGNS i Y I H CAMBERG st A PAPEB FOR THE HOME THE Nashville Daily lfewso The Best News Servicey The Best Market Reports The1 BtY News z Gets all the News and prints it i Ever y f 1 except Sunday2oc per riloliflt y3 per yenr- Y c 1 i THE APPLE CROP J r The largest crop in bush els raised in this country IS corn the second is wheat the third is onts and the fourth is apples The apple crop is one of the 1nost valu able of all the crops There are over 200000000 fruit bearing apple trees in the Iuited States and these an nually produce about 170 000000 bushels Usually about 3000000 bushels are shipped abroad while the homo consumption is at the rate of two bushels for each man woman and child According to figures given out from Washington and condensed by the Qhicago Inter Ocean there are sixteen ap piegrowing States which produce 1 147289424t bushels of apples All the others States together j reduce only 28 107802 bushels NowI York now stands fuse with 24111257 bushels Penn sylvania second with 24 000051 bushels Onto third with 20617480 bushels Virginia fourth 9885982 bushels and Illinois fifth withal1 78 150 bushels Ten years ago Ohio stood first among the appleproducing States Michigan second and Kentucky third In the last decade however there has been heavy treeplanting PennsylvaniaIllinois and Oklahoma The increaser jt the several States and Territories in ten years was HlH41OOOtrees In the same ten years the apple crop increased to 82 per cent ofall orchard fruits In productsCalifornia States 14520780 New York standing second Pennsylvania third Ohio fourth Illinois fifth and Michigan sixth TtoBssstx Stales with Indiana Missouri Vir ginia and New Jersey raise GO per cent of our orchard fruits measured Iby value Michigan stands first in plumS prunes lpears grapes oranges and lemons Of all the orchardl trees in the lTniied States 55 pertI T1wlnpphpopular of American fruits s hut it is ode of tthe most ClOpinI Department of Agriculture amounted to 175307J000t bushels while the lpeach crop amounted to 15413000 0025000 bushels and bushels the peal crop toii I III MUSI AL of UBII i 2heTuisdny I ove ig Musical club will lh + entertntbaod 11nuhJ hy IISH Nini Glenn at Ilia honu 01 Slips Knit j Uciil 4iIUOGUAM j Reading Mr + iJvis DhIH1VUal1 iiutos lo Jl 1rfIH 1 ton of Wsfcunrs Operas L lionuriu mid CfttiinliaiHtr h Mis clItY- Pianll solo liss Intiiu Furl c Voc t1 Duet JIsr WarterlielJ aid t Lowjj n Kuru STONU WI S L DIGGS DEAD Mr S L Digs a woll Known citizen of East Hickman died Sunday night at 1 130 of puoniuoniu after an illness ul ten days His remains were buried at the city comet cry jlonduy afternoon at 4 oclock A wire and five or six chil dreu survive him Mr Digjjs Was a farmer and WlR wall known and liked He moved to Hickman about six months ago CAPT HAJYLER COMING Capt II A Tyler of Hickman has agreed to deliver an address in Fulton on April Gh for the Daughters of the Confederacy This being tho day on which the Bottle of Shiloh was fought his remarks will touch on this subject The Fulton Glee Clnb will furnish music for the occasion The fee of ad mission will be smitH and the proceeds will bo used by the Daughters to help build a confederate monument It promises to be a very pleasant occasion Fulton Leader Finest Imported and Domestic Wool ens Cassi meres Worsteds Scotch and Crash Suits 2 and up Pantsz5 and np Heppner Sutherland Stet RIce 1r Naylors Hickmau Ky jhf It DROVE HIM CRAZY I j KNJWLEDGK Ctf1 THEFT CAUSES J IURIsoNro MINDiUnjotf City Tenn March 19 One Dimmer afternoon four or five ycarsf ugu J L Tanner1 and family who lived some eight or a ten nults southeast of this city in the edge of Vii klnv County at theneighborhood turn home they found a trunk missingTherencr offereda handsome reward for the captureI of the thief and the re turn of the money Two citizens of Martin leant T J Taylor cashier ot the Martin Bunk and Ja meg Kennedy con hided to earn the rgwardso secured the services of a detective who lame and went to work in the neighborhood as a laborer After a few weeks he concluded that u man named Seib neighhurltollln was the thief and arrested hint juryfailedAnother trial resulted in Pasteurs acquittal Upon being cleared of the charge of thcftPasteur brought suit against Taylor Kennedy aid lamageforPasteur who bore a good character was working at a saw mill in the Tanner neighborhood year or more after the theft anti while the damage suit was in court when one day a piece of plank was hurled against him by the saw undlic received injuries from which he died a Jew days later I wereIj byPasteura quinine bottle Upon examin ing ittf the workmen found that it i contained 180 in urrency The conclusion was that the money was part of that which had been stolenfrom Tanner so the money was given to the owner When Pasteur brought suit hadahim arrested he needed some one to mule his bond to secure the cost othe suit He went to A L Harrison his wifes unclanti Lold rim that ho wanted him ta yojfin his bond that he couldI niche him secure as he had stolen and had hidden Yitplace Then he told Harrison that he would cer tainly kill him if he ever breathed to any one what h had toldI him Fearing for his life Hurrison kept Pasteurs secret When the latter died hestill icmaimd mute fear ing that to dis lose what ho knew uuldtstaini on his character But lIfi t Thursday Harrison lpr- olsltlytligioult his home and mil ludet to divulge his i cret to Tanner He did so nalfl1m and Taiijicr and olhrri went to where he utnniv had boon buried anlft madjcathig excavation lint not a pinTiyV niuld be found There we iv iindications before they began dinning thai this money had been I rein tvicedJ Tin fart Ithat the money wn nut fntuvlas oxpoctcdh hs0 IIfiJCHit+ i Harrisons nrml that ymnlt iy in iniin r Iw became a raxMiHf iriiniac Smut of the act itJTitiut i ii ofI Mi HarriMin deny lyMUuiiiiit sury iraiming that hi5Avwry uvir1 tin mallPi iiisedtII liiaM t l1iU Irannor what he knew iiiiiniat IA niiuI lhttng relieved liiiM Miii vav ittrihulwl it to IiI1tlllr 4BOUB1E iSASSAFRAS t I f SAJkHADDKN ANDI IRVIN HAL LAOK ARRlSSKfDI Saw llndiVii and IIrvii Wallace two you iJnulI who mmle in the Sapsafms fUcljnviuiiiily wru tried htye Saturday befiiIJJllig Kearny Haddeu was clutr 1 withrhouthag into the house I of M + Ogden Ilk 1 rial was continued until nprii Irvfjn WalTaciJ was charged with breach of the peace and vas fined 10 I BANK AT WATER VALLEY A movement is on foot to organize a s iviugs bank at Water Valley with a capital stock of SMCOO A considers ble portion of the slock has already been subscribed The propusrd officers and the persons taking a leading part I in tlio movement are George F Weak president Ben P Bennett cashier W T Edwards It W Thomp son SETprpleJJ1 Barnes Rev JXW books Stokes 4 t Barnes J O Holland iys If yon desire u flue custom made suit falacy or wash vest or trousers iit willl Sy you to cull on Heppuer Snthwte fl They will take pleasure in showiugouthelrhue 7 r- f l IJ i 1Ve are receiving our y ERIN 88f i1ITLLINFRY 1 LADIES FURNISHTNGS VIITS SKIRTS r Prettiest Line Ever Shown in flickman It will pay you to see our REAI Y TO WEAR HATS r lMrs Jessie Lauderdale has charge of the Milli f nerjT Department and will use every effort to 44- ttfy please you 1 rMiss JuliSl Jackson in the Furnishing Goods DelIf Il andl1 ff Jlok throughtl EC IRii ie 8 eo MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES On Monday April 1SJ 1903 it being thtr litvt day of too April term of the Fulton County Court at the Court house door in Hickman Ky 1 will sell to the highest bidder for cash for taxes duo the city of Hickman and cost of sale the following described real estate assessed in the names of the following parties towit Two dollars is added in catch case for costs WHITE LIST II C Judge U H Jt of No 22 ofNo 47 32 Mrs Sue Lucey O H No 53 2 67 Tom Plnmmcr for 1901 and 1U02 E H11 2 Nos 158103 B5155 150 1C51C3 B 7 2lG44St 213 241 73 30 A G Webb E H B 6 No ll 4 92 COLORED LIST Torn Brown E II B 7 Nos IG9 r 176 131184 8 89 Amy Carter G A Nos 79 SO 2 67 Tony Doualdson EH No 16 of 23G 4 26 Alf Hummock Hrs E II No 155 2 1K liofice Honker E H No 12J 4 20 Lou Love E 11 li J Nos SB mid 2IW 4 92 Jeiinii Mickcns G A Nos 43 and I 44 3J JJ3 John Iaiue Hw E H U5 No 203 2 15 I Nathan Tally E H Nos 229 2 0Iand 251 5 1I1 luck Tally K H Nos 442 4 54 Cassic Thomas W 1L No 3 of 80 2 07 Felix Wilkersou E H B7 No- T 20R 5 Hos Wilev FL U H 0 Nos 254 213 aud 250 5 32 cOlTOn MARRIES Sir Clarence B Alhritton of Knt tawji and lass Nina 1fcj Bon ner oiUurniafk Ky were mar ried at radueah Monday lhy Rev W II Pinkerton pastor of the First Christian church Mr Al britton is Editor of the Kiittawa Times and is a bright young man Tie formerly lived in Mayfield Echo Answers Where Oh where is Mary Ellen Lease And poor old Patrick Crowe And where is Jerry Simpson who Went sockless years ago And where is Coxeys army now The pops ah where are they And Helen Hougar where is she And has she gone to stay a And MrsMaybrick what of her And Willie Tascott too And who struck Billy Patterson And where is Pettigrew Ah goneWhoAnd Charley Towne ah what of him And what was Carl Browns fate In rain these idle questions sound Upon the empty air Tis bat a waste of breath to ask For echo answers Where Your dross fits perfectly if you wear the Sorosis Under Skirts 4t If OAMBERQ Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of itr P L McPherson 59 N Tenth St Harrlsburg Pa would sleep t but two or three hours in the narlp part of the night which made it very hard kefor her parents Her mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamber Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets hays affected a perma nent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by lT SWAYNE I Stray Aqtlce Taken up as a stray by C A Kiiubro Jj mile South east of Harmony Church in Fulton county Ky one white cow about 4 years old horns medium lengthf by3ffullness my hand this Jarchi 41903- J W WILLIAMS J P F C A Copy Attest- S D Lan Clerk By C A PKRKY D C 4t To Whom It May Concern It wish to notify the public thaMllch- ani Pato has left my house and is no longer under my control and I am not responsible for Ins actions or indebted ne t herwafter This Feb 24 1903 Mrs B A THOMASr f274t CayceKy b TItY I Weeks Breakup a Gold I i TABLETS I if they fail to broalyupa cold we will refund your mpuoy I Cowt illyCo vf211 nltlGOi8I JOHN RiNGWOOO I Gta QrEtl GbQCUi b DisUebriuks sta atitart Hichw 1 Kocps all kinds of Groceries and Family Supplies OIII9lENSi I i ti- I Goods Delivered Free t i I Telephone No i 89II f CITY BARBER SHOP f a To my old customers We are here jto stay Ntbody will appreciatei you patronage or take more plPMHrd io try I lug to please yon than we old reliable barbers R UfCALDWELL WILL CROWELL i1 1forfiplyiyt1 f- I VV rV L- jTh L1 o n- t J iIt I NltUse Sunshine Flour none better Best Range Stoves at Hendersons i Jim Witt of Fulton is visiting iu the city ink1fiE5T Ben Boston of Tyler Mo is visiting IthIs mother Mrs Jub Boston UnionBobCity were here yesterday Good work horse tor sale cheap See H C Helm Hickman 4t Ed Barnes and wife of Three States i Mo were in the city Wednesday O B Radenbongh of Union City was a visitor in Hickman Wednesday Dorrell Harris of Union City was here Monday John PEts of Union City spent Sunday in Hickman airs F S Moore has gone to Villa relativesRidgeJ to Henderson for prices on Bogies before you buy We have the beetfY L B Shannon and wife of Sharon were hero Sunday Herbert Jlsdale of Union City was here Sunday Cottonlbi and Corn Tools Chas Overby and wife of Fnlton are visiting D W Dickinson near town StLLouis this week 4t bTyler Beal has gone to rjlissouri to to work E C Rice has returned from the v r- Use markets t Sunshine Flour none better Hon Joseph E Jones of Dresden was in the city Sunday Jno R Sloan of Covington Tenn was in the city Wednesday Brnca Lindsay of Clinton was in town Wednesdayvas Lon in Union UityMou day 1 Lon Roby und TassGlaser were int Win o Sunday 1 w 4 f To Hendersons for Anchor Buggies at reduced pricesIOscar Phillips was in Union City Monday 41Get Heppner Sutherland to make If you a spring suit of clothes c a TT Swayno was in Union City SundayGus l Herring has returned from Unic o City D L Lauder of Pembroke Ky was jn the city lnesdaIDr Hugh Steadmau of Crowley La was the guest of friends here this week Rev O L Price of Fulton was the guest of Roy Archie Boogher Tuesday Use Sunshine Flour none better = Use Sunshine Flour none belter d Thisls the season when two scourges visit the laud grip and spring poetryj W W Lovelace agent of the N C St L of Union City was in Hickman yesterdayk t I Top Buggies from 45 up at Hender sons W H Brmnmitt and wifo Sam McEIwrath and wife E A Jeter W D Brasflold and R IP Lewis of Dres den were here Sunday To Hendersons for best Cook Btoyes for least money- S J Moore of Eldorado Ark has returned home after a few days visit to his son Judge F S Moore Luke E Dowell Supt of Wate- Works and one of Fultons popula- citizens died last week of consumption AH persons indebted to the firm of Morris S Phillips are respectfully urged to come and settle by April 11003 with out fail MORRIS PUILUIS- 2o Hendersons for Hardware Plows i Gear f Ue Fannie Rav Robt Tyltrs finq mare by Wedgewood 21214 give birth to fine filly Tuesday Mr Tyler name the colt St Patricks Eve Walter Reynolds of Union City was in Hickman Tuesday Cecil Clay and father were in Union City this week attending the bedside of Mrs Tom Reynolds The SUver Buggy at Hendersons Consult Miss Barbceat Smith Am berg dress amadeJIeppner Sutherland Hickmans t uptodate tailors are receiving a nice i patronage and are giving entire satis J faction Leave your order with them for a spring suitr Mr Calvin Rogers and Jrs Jennie Taylor of Union City wore the guests of J W Ropers and family Sunday Jno O Shofner of the NealShofner Grain Company of Nashville was in too city Tuesday fTack Mogre the popular Hanover HopkmsvilleIl was in the city Wednesday Miss Nolle Day of St Louis has arrived in the city and will be con 1 r = nticted f r ituthe millinery establish meat ofSaiith Amberg Brcs f l j Te The Public I have accePted a position tith the r well known merchant E E Reeves and and wilPbe glad to have all my friends and see me I appreciate past ffcall extended me and nope to see you t 14l + ac my place Kespt 4t Jl THENDRCKSJ fevn i K ff Thos A Oassedy of Nuslrville nn oldIr flickman v Is visiting in the city this week Re Varturtiold will not preach at tn roh Sunday morning at II nc ant of having an appointment in the country but will fill his pulpifc Sunday night at 780 To Hendersons for Poultry Jetting Smooth and barbed Wire Window Screens etc Best Buggy Harness at Hendersons Mrs Ohas Moss and Miss Irene I jjoss of Union City were visitors hero I yesterday I Jr Will Uonduraut and AAli Me Connell ol Jordan wore in the city WednesdaytMrs L A Stone will outortutu the Embroidery club at tho homo of R B Brevard thus afternoon Mrs J 11 Hubbard entertained last Friday Richmond Bond Oil Company re ceived 200 sacks of cotton soot jyostw day See Heppner Sutherland for a nice suit or a pair of trousers Prices are low J T Gawbell and Miss M1J Whim berry of Caruthersville Mo were i married Sunday afternoon in Fulton j I by Esq Roberts j Mrs Tom Pate of near Harris died 1 Sunday of consumption She tries the widow of the late Tom Pate antI was about 45 years old JohnintthoB opened up iPit vatcli repairers shop in Throlkelas grocery rHerbert Lawler of Martin was in the city Sunday Misses Morgan and Gumuiinga of St Louis have arrived in the city anitlinerydepartment Company Miss Morgan was with them last season Mrs Jdsijio Lauderdale haw arrived from St Louis to assist in the Millinery business of E U Rice Co ribs Lauderdale lives in U vin toultmu Tool Johnson has again been nomi nated for Mayor of Cleveland by ac claulatiou tsf Dont buy your spring suit before examining the lane and getting the prices of Heppner S Sutherland the tailors 4 Capt Tyler is making extensive im provements on his residence and there has been much speculation in regard toj it Rob says Capt isgoiuc to entertain a nashville crowd this sumnfgr bn others think Rob knows more than ho wants to telfIW H Hester of Mayfield candidate for Commonwealths Attorney was in the city yesterday meeting the voters lIe is a popular young man and is well liked IIio announcement WIll ailiiei- tin the Courier next week Thos II Lovelace has purchased fine standard bred trotting mare Mary Loven lace of Martin Consideration 200I The mare is one of the best in West Kentucky and was wired by Octanus dam May Queen by Princops The animal has a 250 gait Capt Lovelace of Jartiu is the owner of Capt Cook the celebrated trotting stallion and Eire of many thst colts some in the 2101 class i The grocery stock of O E Eaker was sold at public auction Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Sca- tMUST 0 PAY11 All those owing back subscription to the Courier must comp and settle same at once or the accounts will be placed Iin the hands of an attorney for collec ion and your paper will l e stopped MRS G WARREN SENATOR FERGUSON State Senator MoD Ferguson of Paducah was in the city JTkdnesday Fergusonrin trict for Railroad Commissioner anct will carry the district lIe made many tohissuppor1 SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES ofAprillD03theRegularCountyd Court House is to be built ourfor tale to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following described Real estate for taxes due for thelyear 1WJ2 and said Sale will bo hole the hours ol 2 oclock p nr and 4 oclocl p- Georg m Tir f r m ll1ndthxs 4 sj J A Andenjou 20 acres lautaxand cost 3 S3- T c assayedS170 3 40 S W Baldridge NonResident 40 acre land val S200 tax und 83i75I5 5S- It P Fields 26 val 260 tax aid cost 6 00 A C vulIGOO 2170 A C Groar Guardian JorriaJHeirs 77 acres SHOO tax and cost 16 18 Win Higgins 1 town lot val glOO tax and cost 6 00 Jlfrs Fannie acresInud lHMiss jlfary Rodgers ICO acres land peon resident 320 tax and cost 5 22 1 J F Vi20tax 10 03 Jim Summers 10 acres land yal 150 tux and cost a 2a Wm Wright 20 acres land and 1 town lot val 200 bal on tax and cost 3 78 A G Webb 1 town lot val SIOO tax and cost G 00 J II Webb 1 town lot val Si109 tax and cost 600 cOLon m LIST Toni Brown 12 town Jots val 5400 tax and cost 9 CG John Brown 4 town lots val 5230 tax and cost 7 61 Nary Crowder 4 town lots vat 8250 tax and cost 5 50 Collier heirs 1 town lot vat 250 rid 1G01 tax and cost G 00 John valS250 7 20 Lon Love 1 town lot val SfiO tax and cost 2 50 Ad Plummer a town lots val 300 tox and cost 8 UO Wes Pratt Heirs 2 town lots val 8250 tax and cost 455 Jim tango 4 town lots val SlOO tax and cost 35 Jane Smith 1 town lot val 2250 tax and cost 4 U5 Charles Shelby 1 town lot val 2f0 tax stud cost 10 33 Frank Smith 1 town lot val 150 tax and cost G10 Ida Shelby 1 town lot vat 8250 tax and cost 4 2 r- Bcb Thompson 1 town lot val 81 00 ttaxand cost 4 j Colnmbns Thompson 1 town lot val 850 tax and cost 2 0 Nathan Tally 2 town lots val 200 tax and cost G I Felix Wilkinson 1 town lot val 8100 tax and cost 5 5o U H Wilson 1 town lot val 100 rtaxand cost 4 21 O n Wilson 4 town lots val S400 blaAlbert Yates 1 town lot val SIDO tax and cost 5 J Jennie JcCntcheou G town lots val 8300 tax and cost 5 G laving Gardner 1 town lot yal- 2Qot1Xuntlf1ORtm a4W1J iJulnj Merriv athor Jeirsl town lot val 8200 tax and cost 4 71J Jack Talloy JJeirs I town lot 250 tax and cost 4 J0i l John Watson 1 town lot val 8200 tax and cost T 5 tc OAVCE PRECINCT WHITE JC Johnson 43 12 acres land vat oGa mIJordan val 40 tax andcost 10Mrs Kate Scarce 27 acres val 300 taxiand cost 4 0K CAYCE PRDCIXCT COLORED l Amos Bryant 1 town lot val 100 tax and cost 100Brass Carter 1 town lot val 100 lax and cost 3 3C J A Hopkins I town lot val 100 tax and cost 4 2iJ SASSAFRAS RIDGE PR ECIXc WHITE Martha Briggans ExtrxJ H Brig gans 60 acres val 800 tax and cost 5 oa D R Carr 105 acres ru 125 tax and cost 1 51 G L Darnell 150 12 acres val 7cO tax and cost 13 4i Mrs Sallie Malady 75 acres vat 150 tax and cost 4 85 Mrs A X00tax 5 00 Mrs F M Stowe 42 acres val 200 tax and cost 3 85 J W Stowo Jr 40 acres val 200 tax and cost J1 85 Mrs George B Connors Heirs non resident 209 acres val 1C50 tax and east 18 90 z Ill I IF YOU WANT MEAL AND HULLS TELEPHONE US AND WE WILL i i SEJD THEm TO WRnO BY BORn i l AtlrrlLEi 11f nli iI 1 11 i11t lilt If 1111t f tt- rS Cotton Seed Meal per sack 100 Ibs 115 =r Cotton Seed Hull per sick 100 Ibs J0 S i uuunU1U1U1UIUIUUI UHUUUU1Uiuu II I RICijI OND BOND qfJJ j HICKMAN IL d KENTUCKYIiIi rt- v 1 o- Fdror iIiIf 3 t f Til 11 s jSPRINGj 1Ii PtJ a t I v r Are coining in ovary day WQ haven t ha1 time to arrange thorn have just heaped them on the counters where they havo been inspected branumber of ladies whose first exclamation on seeing them is THEYRE THE RETTIEJT I ETOC SflW J Wo have endeavored to get tile XjATKST novelties the newest designs in dress goods inflict we expect fo bb uptodate in everything i When you lbuy your Spring Breis or Wnitfe from us you can rest assured that it is not one0 of last years styles mixed in with the new goods We noW have moods r on the wny from New York and nootherstoreol t 0tThe New Millinertc I Js being oppened anil arranged Mrs Bradley assisflly Miss Day of St Louis are busy getting rowdy for thg opening They will be glad to ifYGGb all of tlfcir friends at say time o CORRECT SPRING ATTIRE FOR THE MEN AND BOYS I There is no demand that can be made by the most discriminating clothing buyers that this store wont meet to their complete satisfaction Our Sprhig Stock of lien and Boys Clothing is unsurpassed It includes all the apprqvcd styles of the year both in Fabric anti making and every garment shown lSOI EC I3 ItThe standard of value giving that vees tfthlisledjt6tfaJIwtrft hi lJtrilt large business in a few months will again Ii bring us the patronage of all who investigate t and compare The guarantee of STERLING Clothing the kind that we sell makes buying easy All you need to do is to select the pattern that best suits t you and the makers warrant it to give sat isfaction or money back Sv ii PERFECTION BRAND J v The Perfection brand of clothing for the boys is perfection in fit and workmanship as I I andIIt will not= cost youanything to look at them nnd the inspec tins may prove leculedlyi Avortji incur while i I i j New Ideas in Spiing Neckwear and Furnishings O y i ir SMITH HMBERG BROSf I i sii t f x dii 1