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I vrtre4Gqa J r c t i ft y i + rc 4- I t t L I yr i it 1 1I flfff9N1t UU 3 U J r 7 vix irI ri 4 ttAA 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPEiL STERk K E TUCX Yke nll t ESTABLISHED 1859 a CIOIANJnIrO t c ttt x t 1hI Xa 190 = VOLUME XXXVIII NO 50 r I n 11 iSxtllidt- t + = =I- I Si J I JUJ ST 0NE J J EEK MORE r Y- Y C TE1Ijj G E T 61 MIL Li JrCicewiVJL iTv t NT SALE zT J or Tl greatest Sale mer yet inattgma d by us JY litve hat sOlIg1 eat sales but this ctrl es fll w1948 tlIl heceden t 1 bagaJllS 0flcree1 Sj 1 y ltr i A I I 1 j tat c 1 r i I r t w litlli ib LookRead P cry supplieslIn k f le ev lJ thini in the stocl be included at Pli9 pdUctiOllgrttl6e in our histotyHq t PA 6TI a raShe ar jngI1i otlttJn1ertt ear Skirts Dress Goo Lace u 1 J1Jliibroitleries Shot in fact evel7nrr1 for TowelSIlck lI 0 ItI ut I J il AMxL 3SLAIJ CL 1J t uJlS It EL t 7 raw tifMr aJiooII of best grade in Reds Blue Fancies and Shirting athto 11V G and7centst x J Sal price 8c r 5 Pound Bundles dnlico about f r t 4Q yards at V SOci 4 ta1 l I 1 I Singham 1lle verb bust tlunlity iP Apron i checks all Dress fStYIes worth 7 12 to S l 3ycts 4 i iSale riea4o- Y e ti t r ti- r Blankets rr Double size H ijf values at l t I1Ro0- w aC i J Ea0 J 1 r tistesandIaWnsFinestqutht f i never sold less than 15 cents r4 Sa1nti e 8t ow fir j 1 Galatea Cloth t Fine twill print cloth in light colors light and dark blue reds pinks small figures shep t t herd checks etc Excellent for t boys waists crt Worth reg Marl 15 cents Sale price 8c Worsted Dress Coods 15 cent grade lOc I 25 cent grade 15c printed Cambric j Very tine gods Light I dar hndcs neat effects E j ular 15 xrfeut goods nIJ Sale Iprice lC 4 1 5Mercerized 41 Chambray 1Some beautiful pattern worth always 25 t cnty1 Mj SalefrrI di1 Mercerized Oxford p Waiati gs A nmgllificcut value The goods have sold tlus season frgj 2o4o 35 and oO cents a c + 1fw a 4 Sale priCb X 1 l f1 011 O r 11212 cent values at t- Qsa u 8- ic l 1- r Ft tI f Sha lClo lf3iGray for skirtings worth lA 12 cents Sale price 9cj j00 Fine Madras Cloth Light grounds small nfatII effects in figures and wide goods Worth up to 2qI cents n yard Sale price 10eI Counterpanes 5Oc 950I PRICEI Jt J m I CLOTHING ROOM Wants to keep pace with the Dry Goods in and here goes to clean uP stockTe bought for spring rile Biggest Stock of Clothing and Furnishings ever shown in Hioknmn t buytt l I Suits worth 2000 and 1850 B50 Suits worth 1650 and 1500 1200 i u SuitS worth 1500 and 1250 for fQQO OVERCOATS SAME i t M R JERRY M ALO NEp10 w has charge of this Department and to see hisold friends A Qts brcl a blue grottt d ih white dot Wide rth QI cents a yard yP1O geavy Sliirtiags Worth 10 and 12 12 4r Sale price S c T6 olftan tri i1ats worclrtin to Sale Prfce50c i1 Hatworih up to 5 jSL Sale Price tOO 74s values at I oo- tr2rii riilitivj at v S J 1 maxi birr and the pric1irill move them S50 Jackets at 4 l 55 v 1250 Jackets at 6250r Wems oats worth uo to lOU at J rarrers worth uli to 5 V at j25c f frerj5 worth up tto lOU atg c- iifi g- NuDi Gowns worth 7uat 4 c SLEEPING UaRMINts worth oOc at 3rjc I ijIn If f1r 1 es t w t- worth 10 centsr r z Sal c- Ve 7 nnb L fine qulity in light and dar lades regular 12 12c goods Sale Price So eyJiIO v rn1Aa fID r l t X kr nnU Zi1Ir VIGu gMAl v 7S 13 cent values L jxIlC cent valuek7 eII r- Y W3n lIw 1i1 J 1JIn 21 a d yard pe4IW01thf gulfirly 25 cents i Ji JSale Price 1S IJMr if t t 1 itft a- Vv J ttt-U LQd Wur 10 cent values at S Colored Cantos worth lOc Salt price 8c J rBrown Dome tio Heavy unbleached Domestic worth today 6 cents Sale price 4o- Only diQS a few left Sold up to 850 your choice now for SOc nT I Table Felts worth 75 cents at v Lace Curtains worth 125 at Ii c 250 values nfc worth 125 at t g5c f Remnants Matting at just HALF z I 100 Corsets atr rt 8Se Remnants Carpets heavily cut I I lTDlJTJE St this sale this have Mens y I t I WAY will 14 glad loQo 1r lfiff hud Price r THE HARDWARE and GROCERY Departments are not to he behind andhSTOCK REDUCING SALE 1 which will be an eyeopener to you on prices and put MONEY IN YOUR POCKETS Tnis stock must be cut down by February 1st in order to make some changes iiu this department We oiler COTTOLENE 2 pound cans at 2OC 4 pound cans at 4OTENNESSEE SORGHUM ill gallon cans 350 v CLOVER BAKING POWDER 1 pound cans c- falifornia ti 6 Canned Fruit 4 itLusks Peaches Pears Apricots Cherries etc t r 2Q Cents JEW HAMPSHIRE MAPLE SYRUP c V finest on earth Half Gallon Cans 55 cts fe Quarts 3O eta IN HARDWARE we offer tywrylSTOVE RANGESt V GUNS QaHENSWARE t HARNESS etc at heavily reduced drices II IIELLISON MERCANTILE Co Incorporated C r i IT i f i r 1j qY t- d c rr a wati- I A 1 I S f 1 h1- l etL t V h t IIJrIUHIUNITY SEIZED I r t But For Advance Work Wouldnt Be Represented EYPOSITIOrKentucky andSpacer Kcntucky I tManythoStates I s Rich pmentwill stand the onslaught of the woodmans ax for thhasstate the Garden Spot of Creation Kentuc stands thomeCrowned with Twentieth Century welcomelland Fromheri sustenance for millions great wealth to him who explores her valleys and mountains prosperityhim to v FaThesefeeIentuckianne KontuelExhibitby tp publicspirited men of the common i feeinformationl cast to a sufficient degree Hence Iits formation With the possibilities of the ChiI t itn the thecAs r nottbei reason that the money appropriated I i judiciousii r spent inasmuch as space could notiF reserved these men were girded with experience l Briefly they selected a site fort a state building on the exposition therJ l 1 departmenIn itsI compete with the world To do this they calledl upon corporation and individual alikeI to contribute to a fund and unselfishIIII appeal as It was the response be J speaks liberality Business men all of f them successful business men they j point with pride to the success at tainedJJ Today on the most commanding 1 spot for a State structure at the ex I position is to be found the New Ken j tuck Home Every nail has been driven The saw and the hammer are j at rest The New Kentucky Home I no longer a thing to be admired from the architects point of view on paper only Is a reality From every prosi poet stretching almost a mile each xwa are acres and acres under rooff monuments to their respective buildI ers palaces awaiting exhibits from every clime and nation and In all of Kentuckyrand Metal lurgy building with one entire section asfor Kentuckys mineral display to the west the Palace of Agriculture and Palace of Horticulture with thou sands of square feet for Kentuck y s products of the soil to the north the only building ever erected at an expo sition given over entirely to educa I Itto show the progress of her ec- hoisince us 1793 to the northwest a struc ture devoted to forestry and closest to its center an allotment for the tim s her resources of this commonwealth stasr r Manufactutres x Electricity Industries Machln i ery and Transportation wherein will 1 t be exhibited the results of every 1 1plaseof Kentuckys business life 0 GIVEN POST OF HONORtu Kentucky Tobacco Assigned Space Very Entrance to Agrlculttural BuildingsThe first object to greet the eye iIcgthei M1ever erected exclusively for one ored J partment will be a mammoth leafNtobacco typifying one or the greatest k of Kentuckys products The Kent I1 tucky Exhibit Association through its glTobaccoj I I Mr Chas Campbell e Is chairman applied for five thous square feet in which to make a play of the weed and has been actual ly allotted 1G16 square feet which isof an entire section fiftytwo feet w by eightynine feet long It stands atbe 11theI and when it is considered that the I h at floral clock will have the pl giImmediatelyI i be conceded that Kentucky has thrybeen granted an extraordinary cOn Mr cession in this location The blocgstj r AgrlculturalbBulhUng spe1clalI I bacco To Kentucky Is therefore signed the honor of introducing i visitor to these wonderful special ex Krj I the Kentucky tobacco display will beII a mammoth mottled leaf made out o thousands of samples from every to bacco growing district in the Stej i t showing in the body of the leaf thebeya 1 1 burley type and in the stems the dpltype This leaf will be so constru j as to enable the exhibitors to swing It midway between tho floor and the open area above whence you good of light On the floor of the eXII fclbit will bo Installed in cases s- H amjj of tobacco wjtbI the waif fA a awed articles tram lama tansies all plugIlclulUnugd theWegtyethej way every step of tobacco culture from the plant beds through crop settingN8crop In top and worming cutting and scaffolding barncuring barn strip I Ping and prizing to a break floor with selling and storing All of this willl of course be in miniature ON THREE AISLES I Kentuckys Agricultural Exhibit Gv an Excellent LocationThe Latest Plans It has been truly said that had Gin cinnatus been following a plow on a proflkytic toe the call uptheof Rome I Kentucky has always been known as an agricultural State Therefore It is meet that she should appear in her best robes with the products the farm as attractive trimmings ofrtl the space assigned her for a gene agricultural display at the Work ir Less than a hundred and fl t from the block for Kentucky tdais the visitor will find the gene agricultural exhibit from Ienluc facing on three aisles and coven s ng an area of practically three thousand t rue to its determination to put only experts tat the head of the ferent exhibits the Kentucky Exht dirbit Association was fortunate in securl bitng the services of Cot Ion B Nail Commlssloirr r of Agriculture as the head of its agricultural committee Col Nail has surrounded himself as his associates in this work by so agricuitbeell Lexington David Castleman Pleas ant Hill H M Froman Ghent Jr W Smith Glandale Samuel Ewing Owensboro P W Foote Ervlngton M F Johnson Buechol J G Burns Louisa J B Walker Hopkinsville G W Waddy Waddy J W Item Te dy Union PO T T Gardner Bard well Henry Naiiz and Clarence Sale every Louisville county With In the the State in the agricultural i fall appointed pushedII with of the memberships hundred and hoc and fifteen He has work with characteristic vigor and systematic tTort Ho was one of the first of the exhiut committee chairmen y to furnish the Board of DirectorsI of the Association with a floor plin showing how he proposed distribu- tIon of the various agricultural products of tho State in the space Kentucky There are seven entrances to thebe display above each of which will I bethe worked out in respective order following products in arches Hemp corn wheat oats grass rye and tobacco 1 As much space is devoted elsewhere to Kentucky tobacco Col has assigned only a small section the woed in his exhibit He has given much space however to an tractive hemp display in which be shown growing hemp hemp in the stack samples of dressed hen hemp in bundles and a hemp bra In actual operation it being the pur of the committee tq give 1 life to the exhibit Trough a famous old Kentucky hemp breaker from Mercer county a darky who holds the rec ord It may be possible alongside the oldfashioned hemp brake to in ll the modern machinery a creature from the brain of a genius which cost thousands of dollars and which has revolutionized the latter stages of hemp culture being able to up hemp shortly after It Is cut wt out months of toss in rotting ode rning it out dressed in as go brakeat Another section is devoted exclusively a corn dlspaly with this grain ini lks and bundles in the shock ofi11shown III mlnature a Kentucky corn crib with the products of corn such as cellulose meal etc Col ail hopes to be able to show the visitor growing corn One section Is be devoted to rye oats and wheat I with displays of these cereals t ass and as farmers sal1Illea re sampand1 Garden products will be given close I dIstention In tho exhibit Everything this nature that is possible canidstoII produced prior to April 80 190 been secured and will be stalled at the opening of the Exp i productsaceve way to fresh vegetable tllspl a9 soon as it is possible to furnish em from Kentucky Of course grassesmeadow pas re and wild or uncultivated will given due prominence In the ex Two places have been reserved especially for displays of blue grass In this section will be found clo v andthas0 1 other forage plants Within the past few years many farmers have turned their ginsengInounce that a very exhaustive exhibit of this wonderful plant held In such m by the Chinese Empire jjiWlUmade Already live different of this promctedIsed Close beside this exhibit trill I medictnalnativers te 12ofI 12 place btrf d IG = If 1I1 iiI t i rtf I i j j j i GasH 1 i Shoe onStorejf Ladies fissei alid Children s Fine r j I Shostf l tdaiRubbers I Overgaiters Mens Hightop Shoes Boots Rubbers and Walkbver Shoes k IoI A t ii t I anduri s soles Sfijii free JI j eae 1 a O I j jI4T4hieJg l III JJ r 1iO1 i I f T tI Crotingthe I I To all who are and all who ought to beour friends fortoi lJJAYSI YPaIkei 3E3C O iLlaBEElcr if BIhml lnd It E nd XG I IsCt3xean r Enre- Tt I Buy Cotton seedmeal and yourtcow to riche milk from classIeasynhandleswillwillt1 ll1 M planting someforpoundsall1RICHMONDaONDti CO HICKMAN KY v inItIloIpri7ec paveofDo you think tho Courier worW 1 a year Why not suba9ribe j d11 1 i 4 FOR SALE Two story brick store on Clinton street Hiukinau at present i departmentijffpry reasonable For further particu liars address all commuuicatiors to A 0 Thomas Box 224 Layrtpq Okla i i Ilt 4 ri = to1 I 6 V 1 r IfIfII Outsell Any- Grocery ii- t t in Town i a i i 4 l L LdAll my goods are fresh from the 4 t market as 1 am buying daily and Selling daily they do not get stale 1 on my shelves I handle tin glass and queensware good lard fresh I butter in refrigerator and eggs at all times I buy and sell for cash and 1 only pay for 1tget i ttJOU Telephone 13 Hickman Ky 1 J- L y J 4oir y M1Vt cr We are still 1 A SELLfl1GFURNITURE i at the some old stand Buy S from us and be happyrr I save you money on anything r bought from us M = 11l atv tFS Am l OI OiRTtr lTTi TO PROVE IT BARRETT SHAW r 4 I I 3WO have everything thats t arried in a firstclass grocer I and a complete line of International i Stock food Every t thing guanirited r- AT r H L Carpenters Buokanaxis oldstand Telephone 8 Goods delivered feee s PY t HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSJ3rtTAn3JLsJtn30 1853 L t TOM DILLON ST Propr SueetMor to B O Renege decd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING A STOKE WORK of all Kind I IRON FENOIN1cc mSio1rman Efe ti 1- ui r ai f f f 4 l E 1 II f t e I IarVI THEGRET SOUTHWEST j IJdASYSEEKING nOME WHERE LANDS ARH CHEAP AND CLIMATE IS MILD LOW t RATES FOR HOME3EBKERS AND COLONISTS TWICE i 3IONTfiMany farmers in the Northern and Eastern states nre stilling their high priced lands and loctUiug in the South westin Missouri Arknusus Louisiana and Texas Mauy who have bucn uu able to own their homos in the older country are buying land at the low prices prevailing in the now country 5X10 815 per acre and up These lands are mostlyI cut over timber lands some of them possessing a deep rich a soil producing corn wheat oats clover cotton fruits and vegetables Weil improved farms uro scattered through out this country Many places with small clearings and some improvements tan be bought very cheap Our descrip tivo literature gives a fairly good Ideaf of this country It tills about the soil crops climate people schools and churches water health It contains maps showing location of counties v tOwns railways and steamers andt1 gives names and addresses of real estate dealers in the towns IIs Reduced rates for homoseekers and colonists are in effect first and third Tuesdays of each mouth by way of St Louis Cairo or Memphis and the Cotn ton Belt Route Let us send you our literature and quote you rates Address its M ADAMI Tray Pass Agent Cotton Belt Route Cairo III or E W LA t BEAUM Ueu Pass and Tkt Agt Cotrton Belt Route St Louis MoIIp IAflue new Upright piano for sale as for cash or on easy terms also a Square second hand piano very cheap call on J aFuqna 2t of VERY LOW RATES t TO TEXAS ARKANSAS LOUISIANA AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 40 TUESDAY DEC 8 I On above date the Cotton Belt It Route will sell special round tripIthomeseekers excursion tickets J a j pointsjeast Missouri Arkansas andq I ILouisiana at rate of one fare forn t soldlfor less than 500 StopoversI 4perinited on the going trip Re turn limit 21 days Low rates proportion from points on lines leading into St Louis and Cairo If your local ticket anent cannot quote you rate write us at once alf srtjiue etcAnotherlowrate = will be in ef t feet Dec 15 write us about it E W LA BEAU3IEFa p tT A cotton Belt Route ST LOUIS 310 f COURT CALENDER i COUNTY counTtt Moots Second Monday in eachs monthIl County Judge H M Kearby i County Attorney II P llomloy County Clerk S D Luton a Sheriff G L Carpenter I Jailer J A Noohou School Superintendent Miss Dora MSmithSurveyor i orgau Davidson Fnltoii Assessor R A Browder Fulton Representative Lnby Ifargrov e Cayce QUARTERLY COURT Meets Fourth Monday in each monthjj Judge H M Kearby Attorney H F Reuiloy CIRCUIT COUnT Meets Third Monday in January J first Mondays in May and September January and May two weeks term i September term three weeks 1 Judge R J Bueg j Moormant C1 F CHEAP LANDS For Homcspf kern anti Colonies t The country along the Cotton k Belt Route in Southeast Missou jr1Arkansas Northwest Louisi ana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for homeseek ers Mild climate good water s cheap building material abun dance of fuel and scil that willI often In a single season yield i p enough to pay for the ground I Land can be bought as cheap ar t 250 an acre prairie land at 1 J and 5 per acre up bottom land at 5 and G per acre up im proved or partly cleared land at x10 and 15 per acre up Some fiho propositions for colonies tracts of 2000 tQ 8000 acres at 1 to 10 per acrebig money i this for n Fruir11tt and truck jands in the famous peach amVfpmato belt of East Texas at 10to 20 per acre upt flVrite us for information about cheap rates excursion dates also s thisgreat country and lot us llelp you find a home that will cost iZYQu no more than the rent you 4 pay every year fi W LABEOUMEjG P T A d r St ot1is4- t Mij J s 1 iiS k 0 T44 t d ria I IARCEST- A ORGAN l Worlds Fair Attraction In A Festival Hall INSTRUMENT OF 10000 PIPES The Great Pipe Organ Has One Hundred G and Forty Stops and Ila as Large as a Brick BlockCan Pro duce Over Seventeen Billion Dis tinct Tones The largot organ In the nnlTerme mastodon of melody speaking in thunder tones la the unparalleled at ticctlon of the Hall of FwitlTals at the Worlds Pair It Is an Instrument capable of pro ducing 17179S6918S distinct tonal ef ts a continuous performance that would last 88600 years If a different one of these combinations were drawn every minute in those cen of time This master metodlan of the world a not raeafturably greater but super latively the greatest Titan of harmony over wrought by the hand ofc an The wonderful Impressiveness of proportions and its overpowering volume of sound are the least of Iusf remarkable achievements in the of Instrumental music That thousands of pipes sound the pro fouudost depths of the grand passions easily as the wind stirs leaves to fairy cadences hi an infinitesslmal part of Its accomplishments Efforts never heard outside the grand orchestra until the manufacture this colossus places Its expressive powers far in advance of other organs j All of the woodwind instruments of the full band are contained within its vast compass Large as a brick block 62 feet long feet high and 33 feet wide and pos j sessing 140 stops 239 movements and I 10059 pipes it overshadows the most famous instrument of Christendom cost approximately 100000 Only I master musicians may commands 1 marvelous volubility j Two electric motors each of 10 1 horse power drive this factory fit sound the construction of whioli re uired 100000 feet of lumber and 115 of wire The metal pipes aloneII i GOVERNM NT consumed 10000 pounds of zinc and 9000 pounds of soft metal Its wooden pipes contain 35000 feet of CallI forma sugar pine y The two piped drawing the lowest are each 32 feet long two good men side by side or a small can p ss through them A train of 10 cars is needed to transport the monster from Los Angeles Cal to St LouisThe only organ In the world that even approaches this one is the im manse Instrument in the Town Hall at Sydney Now South Wales The Australian giant has 12S stops as com pared with the 140 stops of the Worlds Frir champion The next organs In rank are those of the cathedral at Riga Russia with four nfiimnls and 14 stops Albert Hall London four manuals 109 stops Garden City L I four man pals and 115 stops Chicago Auditor lam four manuals and 111 stop Leads Town Hall England four man uals and 110 stops Seville Spain three manuals and 110 stops St Sal pies Paris five manuals and 100 58JgpjJJSt George linn Liverpool four jnanuals and 100 stops and Ulml cathedral tour manuals and 100 stops Five separate organs are combined within this enormous mass of engln ery electrical mechanism and wind pressure The first or great organ the second or choir organ the third or swell organ the fourth or solo organ and the fifth or echo organ The echo organ alone Is 18 feet wide 17 feet high and 10 feet deep It ha a special hollows 12 feet long by four feet wide operated by a motor of one and onehalf horse power The fivo organs can be automatIcal- ly played at one time by a doubt roll selfperforming attachment on a separate console or key desk This arrangement draws out the tromend ous power and beauty a feat utterly beyond the range of human fingers SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR VISITOR TO WORLDS FAIR A novel and useful concession the Worlds Fair will be that of the Safety Deposit vault This conces slon which was recently granted will be of great convenience to visii tors A fireproof building containing t about 2000 safety deposit boxes will be erected The location will probably LV be at the northern end of the Model street Visitors may leave their valuables soil such money as they do not need for the moment tin the boxes without danger of loss IrI theft They need carry only enough cash for their immediate use retur tag to the safety deposit boxes to r flete their exchequer Y r OKlflE SAIS li Worlds Fair Exhibit of Value to All Ruralislfl LE530II III FO1313tBY 9N8 Ol PS 9nettNovelvrsrtorsn r- sclyForA model farm represent a ilea of laud GU acres In eAtt I trating especially the value a planting and the rotation ttill be one of the intereatltlfl valuable exhibits provided q United States government u the Worlds Fair George L Clothier Field Aantfor the United States Bureau exits and m charge of the cj ra tine tree planting has been alMten large area adjoining the It acre map of the United States i alaworked out with the repress feof the various states ati3ur ritories r Tho liiO acres reduced 10 t4 ft laid out as a model farm T ar it occupies the northeast IrrodMi are to be erected There is an or chard vineyard garden stockjpanfl poultry yards pig sties and alltlf4tht other equipments for a farmstead1 The fields are all of the satnefstze 30 by 117 rods Five of thomlnm east and west and are paralloljrha fifth is on the north end of the tact and with the farmstead are a long as the other five combined are Tivldt Windbreaks are planted oaf the south and west sides of the Entire farm The windbreak Is placejlfherfi q because the prevailing wln IIJnUs sour and Kansas come from those dl rectlons On a farm of 100 acres these windbreaks would be a JLglt of trees 82 4 feet thicK On the mods farm at the Worlds Fair all of the trees best adapted for the Pu po will be shown On the bottomflanfl the beat trees are cottonwood Viandd a box elder On tOe uplands ash and osage orange make good windbrakaJ i I BUILDING Russian mulberry and white elmpr I hackberry with ash or Russian wildjji olive prove very effective All of tho various combinations will be shown in the Worlds Fair windbreaks TheJfl young trees for these windbreaks are not planted Irregularly but earse out in squares like corn and are cu tlvHted I The fences between the fields are exhibits of forestry Trees wlj be planted at regular Intervals an the wire fencing will be thus nail to live posts This will demonstrate economy both In space covered an in the cost of building In luldlij to their uses as live fence posts the rows of trees constitute subsidiary windbreaks t The windbreaks serve to protect the crops in the fields When the hot winds sweep toward the fleltfc they strike the belts of trees ate tossed in the air and pass over the field The shade they cause CI inserv- the moisture in the soil unIt serves the farmer in other valuable ways The rotation of crops as exempli fied on this model farm is full of valuable and practical Information On this six fleld farm Mr Clothier has arranged for a fiveyear rotation On one field alfalfa will be planted and it will be shown that this must be left for five years to obtain the best results for both the crop and the land Another field with be plant ed to timothy or clover Another will be planted to timothy and left for two years Other fields wills rbe planted to corn oats and wheat and tho reason why wheat or corn shoul d be planted in a field on whlcht I year before clover or alfalfa SrejL will be practically demonstrated ifAnother teaturo of this gorernnf nxhlbit but shown outside the iriod forelsttreooI I flAI = tatp Worlds Fair The crawfish was caught recently In a trap which wasfi distatgi1f In length it measures exactly 37 V Inches from the end of the taU to tbjr end of the feelers The fish is 2g inches around the head and weightK j pounds Unable to withstan flhl change of surroundings the crawfish died shortly after being takenjfroEU the water A largennetal boras op JjJng made in which t9ti u p hiniljhlfeI 1 tni exhibit on atx the Farea Si toe gallons of alcohol will be requir 1fi ttopr serve the fish 1i C itfl 1 boA 1 4 JI T llave Your Clothes Made to Measure They cost you no more than the readymade kind I service considered and no matter how much nor how long they are worn they retain their shape and always look well A poorly made suit no matter how expensive the material will not look well at any stage of its existence It is the workman ship employed in their manufacture that tells the story of good clothes One can always tell by merely a superficial glance whether a Vitas garments are tailor theLother kind and the reason is obvious And another thing A stylish well made well fitting tailor marls suit costs you no more than the ready made sort AYE OUABAXTKE SATISFACTION t 0 liepnera Sutherland UNION CITY AND lIICK rAN With BALTZKR DOOM IIICKiiAN FIRST ST OVBR HALIS OLD1STAND UNION O1TV MC j 1 dtLAWYER Hickman Ky Settlements soil divisions of estates Office in the Powell Corner A M TYLER AbfQLYat 31 avr PRACTICES IM ALL COURTS Offiop ovor Hiekman Blink ttBL P EALTZEB Specialist Eye Ear Nose and TQroal1 OlUcft Hours i to 12 a m 2 to 4 pm Ollico over llokoiiibes Drug Store Dr S K Davidson 7 Dentist KITaOffice wptcvivs over CowffUl Cowgills t esrr + a 1In M IS THE BE- STCLOTHINGI WYLEB AGKERLA8D CO Makers ClaclMtU Ask yow Dealer or Write for Booklet i LHEAP hA I ES 50UTNWtST SOUTHEAST wissonn AUKASSAS LoriSIANA ANn TEXAS I HOMESEEKERS OPPORTUNITIES I ffiHeros your chance Very low one way anJ round trip rates South west this winter about hull tho reyn lar lure twine a month nearby dote are Dec 15 1PQH Jan 6 and 19 and Feb 2 and 16 1901 Good time to visit Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana or Texas mud pick out a location Round trip tickets permit stopover on the going trip return lint 21 days poutcand where you want to go We will tell you exactly what your ticket will cost oneway or round trip we will see t that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located on the I right train Write for our illustrated descriptive literature maps lists of real estate a euts soil let ns help you tiucr a better home in the country along the Belt Route Cottonan Write today to E WLA Beaume G P TA- f cotton Belt Route Sr LOUIS lq SOCIETY zEN by reason of their eminence in social circles mutt necessarily be all that is perfect in matters sartorial Their dress requirements are most exacting and are subject to the most rigid and critical inspection Gen tlemen whose sodal duties call for the best in the tailors art together with strict exactness in the matter of style propriety would do well to look into the merits of INTERNATIONAL GARMENTS They excel in all those little points without which quality and workmanship avail nothing We show their complete line and take measurement hr 11 G AMliERU Abellt- MERCHANTSFAR ERS AND BANK i30c S1 EbJ 5Qkc nl y Absolutet Safety is the Basis Tha we offer to depositors Other in dticemonts are of secondary Importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSONNT Cashier H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS H HUCIIATfAX J J C KOyntWAXT H K TIIKELKFL1 J W ALEXAVJK Jt M ISLEK T A LKDfUKl Dr J M IIUUBAHII HfGKMIN BANK- NICKlrAN f 4 c LAS 0 Capital Stock Paid S5000000 1 I 1IHa ring ample Capital a large Surplus conservative management and a strong Board of Directors the HickuiHU Hank solicits tho accounts of Farmers x Merchants and Manufacturers promising the utmost of treatment consistent with modern banking methods e 1IJo Ilbcralityt Y rI BT TYLER President W CiJH SOYiCaBhier 0 A HOLOOiTBE Yice President S AMBERS TJii AsstjCuslii iA r tf4X if r 1 i = ef Mh t1 C 0 h I 4 1 1U J t J c c g t I t n ol4I1i K ttlll d r V J Ii Now For a Great Clearing Sale 0 c Times UpThe season of the year JUtS cone when quick decisive reduction must be made in order to rid the stool of all winter goods Twice yearly we conduct these clearing sales and our customers haves come to look upon these occasionsr as times when their dollars can be made to do double duty Our fall oasiness left us with numerous odds and ends whieliI we are most anxious to dispose of So anxious are we that in many cases we have not considered the original price but have marked the goods to sell quickr are still in the iu dst of our annual stock taking so lack of time prevents us from r mentioning the many baagains this week However in next weeks advertisement we will go into details Wo wish to state that this sale is not being lhpld for effect nor is there the slightest semblance of sham in It It is V f purled what we say it isan absolutely bonajulc honest Clearance Sale AH we ask is that you come and see for yourself Bring a well filled pocketbook or youll be sorry t I jJ J J t II J 8 f fI 1 r h Womens and Girls Outer Garments Reduced k4H 20 Per Cent i s 5v jj At the beginning off the season our stool was the largest in our history Our selling was heavy and great inroads were made in tfie stock yet there is a good asortment still and if youll only come early enough you can secure a very rare bargain For quality style and workmanship our garments are un rValled in this locality at the price f7 x i iThere are winter coats and jackets walking and dreII jrts wrappers wool and silk waists shawls fascinatcpetcti J I Jt tj 1 Mens arid Boys Clothing I ao per centleis ThanUsuali tie A mamouth clearing of Mens and Boys Suits an Overcoats The greatest saving opportunity of the year will prevail here touring this sale It will not be an attempt to work off old timeworn goods but a disposali of this seasoisi cst t and most stilish garments The Tact is well established that the clothing we sell is absolutely the finest best fitting and most satisfactory ready to i vear clothing sold in tits locality and every garment has all the distinction and style of the best madetowear garment trJont compare price along but compare hoods as well and rememberIt isnt what is taken off the price but what you get for your money that counts r I t J fr J t tit l 1 Jill y e A 0 i J t t1 PI rt1It J I IHt GtJ ri r T 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