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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I IWE i HICKMif COURIER c t OLDEST NEWSPAPER IF STERN KENTUOKY J vESTABLISHED 1859 lICI LN rLTO COUNTY IL CIT JANrAHY J 190u VOLUME XXXX 15Pl p c SMITH WMBERG S S E M I fJ lN U Ii L I CLEAN SWEEPS CASH SALEs Commencing Saturday January 14th ana Continues to Saturday January 28th Store will be closed all day Friday Jan 13 to make preparations for the Sale READ THIS BILL i iNO GIVEN OR BOOKS DURING THISI SALE I Clean of Mens and Boys Suit- sOvercoats and When you have a big load on your wagon and get into a rut what do you do You proceed to unload and that is just what we are going to do during this Clean Sweep Sale Thousands of dollars worth of clothing of the very highest grade will be offered at such prices that it will be impossible for you to resist the temptation to buy We will make a clean sweep of r this stock for two weeks Nothing will be reserved Regardless of the high quality of the clothing we have attached our Price Tags to every garmerJ which means greatly reduced prices and during the sale you can wait on yourself as every garment is marked in plain figures Remember we need the money and you need the goods 4 Now is the time to Buy Gents arid Hats During the great Clean Sweep Sale we are going to make prices on Furnishings and Hats that will make this department one of the most popular of our big store This is the golden opportunity to buy Gents Furnishings With such little prices it will pay you to lay in a supply It is money in your pocket to antici pate your needs Dont overlook the Gents Furnish kits and Hats t FREEAtS 30 oclock the Openng day of the Clean Sweep C Sale wexwli 1 throw all sorts of merchandise from the i ref theofckyperioii who makes t e best grab Get into the b d iiblget otir share 4lS-M- M u EVERY ITEM INJ TRADING STAMPS REDEEMED Sweep Furnishings A Story of Our Loss and Your Gain A good part of the Winter season has sassed and we find we have entirely too many goods on hands for tills tune of the vwir We have decided to reduce our stock to its proper proportion by means of a great Clean Swepp Sale During this sale ve shall msfe prices lower than you have ever been able to get before We are 1Ire 1a for the greatest business in the history of Hickm an and we shall irtftke price inducements to bring people for miles around Dont frg t thzljat- es of the great Cleatt Sweep Sale January 14th to January4 2Sth be o hand Thread by the Barrel Here is a good bargain We want every woman in the country to be with us in this sale So we make this great sale offer Machine thread black and white allsizes 8 to 70 only 2c a spool NOTIONS Adamantine Pins for Ic a paper Hooks and Eyes with a hump Ic a card Safety Pins 3c a paper large size The Clean Sweep Salem have them all guessing in aro on them in Ii A Few Bargains Checked goes on 4c a Suspenders regular 25c Sale each Damask Sale 11 cents a cake HAIR PINS Ic PERPAPER In to get the ladies on and to satisfy them of the great that we shall offer stile t we quote hair of very fins quality ticper paperrf the goods the ration of our big tar These little tags bIg bargain irdieaton and yriet marked plain figures will satisfy both the Bargain Hanltr and Buyer r Apron worth Sc salt yard Good value price 15q Large Huck Towels Sc Large size Towels worth 20c price Soap 3c order our side values during this pins PURL BUTTONS Look at the prices on Pearl Buttons Every needs a supply and nows the time and this is the place to buy them 14 to 22 line Pearl Buttons worth S and lOc price 3c dozen t THIS IS A dSti SALE Dont Miss a Single Get the Come back Habit SMITH AMBERGI a The Tag Tells the Tale XXZX5throughout departments the the Ooniervativo Gingham housekeeper Day CLOAKS JACKETS AND SKIRTS We shall weep clean in this department Not ont on hand at the opening of this sale will be here when the sale closes Iti money we want not Cloak Jack ets and Skirts Take your choice and for ltn than you ever expected to pa- yBLANKETS and COMFORTS There is not a family in this community but will need one or more pairs of blankets for the Winter thus It quite an important purchase it usually takes quite a little money but this sale iti suck that the larger the purchase the more the save Just come In Let ui show you the goods tell you what the price is and you 1will1 require no urgency to buy The price is all tha- tliS required SHOES You never saw anything like it Competitors will hold up their hands in holy horror and sayit is rum ing us but we cant help it We must tell these goods and do it in a hurry We used the money more than the shoes and when you see the little Gleam Sweep Prices youll need the shoes worse than you need the money UNDERWEAR We have hundreds of garments bought under many and special conditions for cash that has enabled us to make you the really surprising and startling prices which we have placed upon Uw goods There is every line represented rLOOMED CALICO 2 i2c ydi 10000 yards of Calico in Loomed Ends Plenty for all Step up and Mbe what you want DRESS GOODS Hundreds of yds th1 highest qUalUyofDreis Goods wilt go during sale at prices that will be the greatest draw ing hard itf- c S IJ N- fys t o S y1R 1 y t f a1111 n v J ens Iltckmaii Courierti Published Every Monday rrI1ICKMAN KENTUCKY I 1905 JANUARY 1905 SUN I MON TUE I XTECt I THU flU I SAT 12345678 9 10 I 1 1 2 I 3 14 15161718192021X22 3j 1i 0I GL 29 M IOMM a =TOPICS OF THE DAY Irrltnttnc Obntliincy When it is remembered thAt the fall of Port Arthur was scheduled orlgl nail f rAugust 15 14 the obstfnacy of that man StoesMl becomes all the morelirritating A SujipIcIouB Glrcanvtitnucc Railroad men might not take Com missioner Garfields report so seriously if they t1Cd not have a suspicion that President Roosevelt had acted as managing editor of it- tJobuny 011 flic Spot e It is hardio account for the error mous resources of the little Taps With a big war in progress they have sIgni- fied their desire to perform their full share lri the forthcoming peaco con gress I Mnlcrfnt for AVnrrloriM 0 Figures continue to show that mqr boys are bornvUiangirIs Qthoi figures continue to ihow that this is neces sary in order that the supply of men for possible use as soldiers niay M kept up j ro Majesty of Horse Seure Tho Willed Slates supr9me court has now decidad that then a river marfes the boundary 5fja state the boundary Is not ctta1 ell fr t rivor happens to change IJbedt Herinl the Jaw seems to coincide with the majesty of horse sense t rIIbertrns n Uzi act Fourfifths of the mmjgrants Into Cuba lastiyear were Spaniards4 and ila the yenti before a maller number but ft largerjiorceniase of tho immigrants came from Spain CubaIibre Is e i rtently nbtan undesirable place of resil dence fdr the subjectof the mother country y V- Knlr Showing of nqotl OrifT With atotal attendance at the St Louis exnpsiUori of nearly 19000000 persons Jle iumh ofarestejorof lanses tifr nIl sortswa IDtlfi43 I the whole periodx ofw m2nJh That Is only about 9ncto 13500ofthe fairs transient population it is doubtful if any great asaombla a ot i people over left so clean a record v Policy of Give juul TnUc 1 Some of thJrnnr9a 1jt J11ni ax i press thelrLelethatyifth n brstath commerce commission is authorized to change rates found totik unjust pooh ing should be made lejaU Witu such a change in the law thou Tf5Mfl pet haps be satisfied As fetfg nsUHo in terstate commerce commlseioh could change the rates there would be less objection to pooling on the part of thf public Iflgr r t Pkreellof i Tie parcels post which may be es tablished as an adjunct fd the free de Ihjery mall system urban and rural Isjno novelty The Germah post office carries an 11pound parceKaUy Its 0rtance up to 46 miles for six cenTs and bend that distance anywhere in the empire ror 12 cents For ten cents the Bijjlish post office will deliver in the British Isles a threepound parcel wIlrree collection and delivery hrwse to house anywhere In city or country SFcel ruler rnrlltloin the World Severalf old Roman conquerors once Ea down together to divide up the w rich Now we are told In a dispatch from London of a steel agreement which promises to be the most effect Ivel combine ever brought Info exist ene in connection with the steel or any other trade and 4 i the first time Brush German French Belgian and It American interests have been arranged onia common platform It is super fluous to add that prices are to be raised at once ym IUenl Hero of Pout1 Arthur hen the time shall come fQr the dispassionate pen of thcfhisiarian toI rBetweenRigdllantfigureInall tho stark story of bloodshed from the first battle of mln there ha- snecr been a more pathetically heroicI ch ftan than Stoesssl theKlefenderof t the torn fortress at Port AtUum The soags of the troubadours anfl the State c ly neasuresof the poets of later dayst have told no more Inspiringstory thatji I hJi1 l 2 1 OH with the DlffKliUc l The project for making a sea level caSal at Panama the first lick so to speak meets an obstacle hiAdmfral Walker chairman of the canal com mftlon He thinks a sea level canal1 r mr como Bltlmalelyy but aslt would c take twice more time to build none i thM would be required for tC water rIway with locks he says go attend Ym the lock plan Inasmuch ns thfrAwSfi call people do not wisk to jraft2d 1Y5 while the canal Is building the 5clevel promoters may as weircffll t t lve ofLa 4- y TTT Kti 1 r MRS CAS6IE L CHADWICK 1 11 CHADWIGKv Incidents in Early Life of the Famous Woman 1 Tr In the history of freazlwl finance fn this country and Intls entire world far That matter no rise the equal of that of Mrs Chadwic Jlall ever been nQjvnv Recent disclosures havos artleil flriancjers and businessmen overywhsro How this woman apparently alone outfitted shrewd bankers and hardheaded bugtneas men sgentitiesbeyond conuirehenslfSn but It seems ou1loo rJ1 C Unlffraie wiU otHerbSrt It Nowtoa- qf Brookline Mass for the recovery of AJoau of 190800 and the failure oftheOberlln 0 national bank few other victims suspected she was any thing bat what sfie represented her jplf t6 Fbo an extremely wealthy womanThpn as the news of her eev Irat transacilons became public the pistOl jier life gradually became known and a most strange and iator esting story it is It is said she be gati Hfe on a little Canadian farm fn Ontario i EliaaJieUi BIgley in 1S57 Afterwards she was known as Louise ALiEQED AND BONA FII Bigley then as Mrs CL Hoover Lizzie Hoover Jlary Hoover lime Rosa Mme Devere Mrs Wallace S Springsteen Mrs J R Scott Lydia Scott Lydia Clingan and last of all Mrs Leroy Ii Chadwlclcq i niegins Strange Career hey ono of eight children six df wipm wre girls Those who knew tSr tSlhcr say ho was a plain honest man TK6 worked Industriously and supported his family to the best of hla ability There is no record of oc ceotriclty In the giilhood years of Elizabeth Bgleylh 18T8 however she seemed to have begun the strange career of Mventure which she has followed ever shio It IB recorded that on NwujabGr 21 1878 Elizabeth Big ley calledat a barbershop in Brant fqrd0nt and asked to have herJialr biehWM hanging over her shauldors cut oft Thjls having been done she asked for a false mustache When at length she sought to raise money on a gold watch the police were called in Her father was cornmunlcated with an1 she was taken home Her pecul iarlUes were soon made more manifest It became known that she wad in the habit ofcarrying a card on which were thdwords 15000 toxrimany expensive purchases She bought 250 worth of dry goods with I farmerIf- W d 11 hN lIa I a M an organ from B G Thmoas df that city giving her note In part payment When her note came dua she aid not meet It but gave another note mad by the late Reuben Kipp in aeenrity This proved a forgery and landed her In jail Her trial tookI place at the spring assizes in 1879 She was de fended by the late Assign Fletche Q C and the plea of iusanlt jpade she was acjjujjited oii h rjrOtd She disa t 1 thenand to o 1 t ere UtJ 1889 whe sh une bae town ejIflenUy prosJciroqG 0 Goes tp Cleveland After her disappearance from Wood stock in th summer of 1S79 tSpre is do record of Elizabeth Bigleys whereabouts for several months InclS80 however she was first known in fflera land She took up her residenelpith her sister Mrs Alice 11 YorW In ISSSher trouble with tho monajnd ers of Cleveland began Her sIlme was to borrow money on Mrs Dirks furniture Sue gave them amonffojfoer names that of Alice M Bestedor liar E CABNEGIE SIGNATUBES 14Jj a 4f brotherinlaw forced her to leaveibis house Then she became acquahltell with Dr Wallace S Sprlngsteen = apd j p1aeanjDecember the doctor applied lor a divorce4Krt Springsteen became suspicious ofciheri investigateeiylstories for the first time that she had a sis ter la the cityand the story of her lendfsrIowood Ont In 1857 and her trial for forgery at Woodstock in 1S79 of whfctf charge she escaped conviction on + t tee plea of insanity Soon after the dlt vorce was granted which was asKed for on the grounds of Infiuellty Dr Springsteen received a letter from1a Buffalo attorney Informing him that Mrs Springsteen was stopping at one of the best hotels there and that she ltOdrawgrounds that she had submitted to a lale1Ydenpunced Known as Mmj Rosa After her divorce from Dr Wallace Springsteen Elizabeth Blgley livedtiri THisboardingjfrgHpQjrcr MisScottat hotel5boJ t i au was soloed with Whit MQKMA 1o te a hemorrhage of the tangs n direr counterfeit however but she succeeded In enlisting the sympathy of a C number of people She explained that a she was a wealthy woman returning to her hone in Cleveland had become unexpectedly embarrassed and was c successful in obtaining a number of small loans vhen the Erie people wrote for the return of the money they received a queerly written note that the woman who had Imposed l upon them was dead In 1SS6 Elizal beth Bigley appeared again in Clevo land under the name of Mme La Rose She had a sign in her window advertising herself as a clairvoyant Again she disappeared and It was learned she had married a farmer named J R Scott in Trumbull coun a ty She was divorced from Scott In a few months and Scott wu minus his farm In 1886 she returned to Cleve land a third time It was in this year that the boy now with Mrs Chadwick and Known as Emil Hoover was born Her Career in Toledo There is a break of two years In the history during which the woman left Cleveland In 1890 she turned up at Toledo as Mme Devere At Toledo her career was as dramatic as it was spectacular Fifteen years ago the was a Avnlliar figure She could be seen In the finest of carriages driving about the city and her entertainments wore known as elaborate the cost or flowers alone being high Her past history was kept secret yet by degrees it developed that she was born In Woodstock Can and was the daughter of Mrs Mary Ann Bigley She began to secure large sums of money from various men It is assert alIIl1nda physical bank president since dead was de ceived and how much he loaned her will never be learned Two express officials and a grain merchant are said to have been caught for large sums One of the stories told by Mme Devere in Toledo was that of her marriage to a wealthy gentleman near Manches ter England who was killed shortly after in a runaway and from whose estate she received an annual income of 1000 Spends Money Lavishly For years Mrs Dr Leroy S Chad wicks lavish expenditure of money has been the subject of comment in Cleve rand There is not a store in Cleveland of any prominence with which Mrs Chsdwick has not had dealings At 1 0me of them she has spent thousands and thousands of dollars and hrs JlftldII spot cash She tried no trickery with J them when she wanted anything No Derma with millions at his command jgvjr oijght with a more lavish hand Than dIl lIChadwick and vrhen she bought shhad the honey tostI ed wIth nQ securittesrgem- au Q r lac when she made her qnirchaltfesWi the Cleveland stores The I probably5c i toj make banks and bankers think she was i j j II a person to whom a loan no matter how large would be a good business investment but when she dealt withJJ the grocer the butcher the jeweler the house furnisher she paid him orII good coin of the reslm and paid IcIc in enormous sums There is not a t 1 14teU14 Most persons when they invest in diamonds buy them singly or in ones 1 or twos at the most not so Mrs Chad I wick One of her favorite pMtimof was 1 to walk into a store and teak to see diamond rings It might be that the clerkwould place before her one or more trays of the baubles These look nice she would say indicating with her finger an entire row of gems I think you may give me those Andso sDo would leave the store carrying 14 her mutt enough jewels to pay a years rent of a Firth avenue mansion Mrs hadwtek was one of its customers atII piano store One of her small orders one day took the form of eight grand I plant sent to as many u eight differ j at friends of hers sa a slight token of her esteem and regard This bill was settled in cub Takos Twelve Girls to Europe Thero is a firm of jewelers in CleeII and who do a business that would sake them rank with Tiffany of New York They are not giving to telling what they do for their customers but hors Is a story of Mrs Chadwicks irodigallty that Is known to almost very clerk In the store Some time ago sho took 12 young society girls on t trip to Europe Just what happened MME DEVERS- nUils trip nobody but those who took- part Ink knows and for obvious reasons just 00tbey are not telling Vhat pranks were indulged in and to whit fantastic limits this money madwoman wont in order to shower luxury upon the young girls only they themselves know This much however be came known when they returned to Cleveland Mrs Chadwick went into the private office of the head of the big jewelry firm hero and displayed 13 exquisite miniatures painted on porce ain by one of tho greatest Parisian art ists and had them framed in solid gold Buys Store Pull of Toys Just before Christmas several years ago Mrs Chadwick walked into a Jlevoland toy store and pulled out a vrittqn list that according to the store iffloIalsjwastwD yards long Nothing hilt toys was on the list and when Mrs JnadwTCk had nntehed buying her bill fuss in the neighborhood of 800 Dolls Wore wore bought Mrs Chadwick laying that sh wanted something liko 190 theprico to range from one to hreo dollars each Personally she made no selections leaving that to the clerks who waited on her but when the trill was presented It was paid at wee The toys were distributed among the orphan asylums and the different childrens wards in tho hospitals and away a heart was gladdened that Christmas by the benevolence of tho unknown person as Mrs Chadwick expressly stipulated in buying the goods that tile recipients must not know hero they came from Such it IS said is a brief history of the mysterious woman whose audacity has staggered the whole financial vqrld The suit filed by Mr Newton ms led to the unfolding of the mystery and but for it she might still be con- tInuing her operations R THREE YSARS AFTER Eugene E Lario of 781 T vnt5ctl venue ticket seller in the Union Sta tiua Denver CoJ says You are u liberty to repent what I flrdt slated through our Denver papers about loans Kidney Pills in the summer of 1889 for I have had no reason in- the interim to change my pinion of the remedy I was subject to seTcro at tacks of backache always aggravated if I sat long at a desk Doans Kidney Pills absolutely stopped my backache I have never had a pain or a twinge since FosterMUburn Co Buffalo N Y Pot sale by all druggists Price 60 cents per box ALWAYS CALL FOR A CIGAR BY ITS NAME uCREMon MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER NAME BROWN BANDS GOOD FOR PRESENTS IILargut Seller In the World Garden Truck ton be raised profitably only in soil containing plenty of Potash All vegetables require a fertilizer con- taIning at least 10 per cent actual PotashWithout plete and failure will follow its use ablebooksonmatter booming anr p rlal fertilliar hut fnronorukha- OFnM1 KALI WOIU S New Yort If S Nasutu Ptrtct or AtUaU 0ae234 South Broad Street TRADE AND INDUSTRY The Parfs municipat countrili as unanimously called on the French legislature C to make it a penal offense to cause employes of either sex to work more than six days a week The Goldfields Labor Councllt of West Australia has passed a resolu tion in favor of a sixhour working day and as a labor ministry Is in pow er the idea oS likely to be realized Glass houses may soon be mado stoneproof Silesian glassmakers aro turning out glass bricks for all sorts of building purposes and hope that the proverb will soon have no signifi canceFifteen million bunches of bananas were brought to the United States last year by one fruit company which runs 83 steamers They came chigfly from Cuba Costa Rica Jamaica add Hon duras The American smelters of the smal tar town of Murray Utah have organ Ized to ask the employers to discharge all Greek and Austrian employes and to employ only Americans in future because the foreigners are accused of many recent crimes The restriction that salmon may not be taken from the waters of south eastern Alaska untll aftor July 1 of each year has been removed andih view of that it is expected that tho catch will be very much larger this year than previously HABITS CHAIN Certain Habits Unconsciously Formed and Hard ta Break An ingenious philosopher estimates that the amount of will power neCe- ssary to break a lifelong habit would If It could be transformed lift a weight of many tons It sometimes requires a higher de greo of heroism to break the chains of a pernicious habit than to lead a for lorn hope in a bloody battle A ladycwrites from an Indiana town From my earliest childhood I was a lover of coffee Before I was outrof my teens I was a miserable dys peptic suffering terribly at time with my stomach Jf 4 I was convinced that it was coffee yetIcup breakfast At tho age of 30 I was in very poor health Indeed My Sister told me I was In danger of becoming a coffee drunkard But I never could give up drinking coffee for breakfast although It kept me constantly ill until I tried Postum I learned to make It properly accord ing to directions and now wo can breakfast I am no longer troubled with dys sUffering1t11me so when I drank coffee Name CreekMichMichLook lilttiel P = 5asrs+ Lt I iir r W1P t ikC 1iS c TOf lht c EIGHT PAGES tTHE HICKMAN COURIER1 S n n n ESTABLISHED 1859 liICl LA11rEULrON COUNTY KENTUCKYI JANUARY lUOVOLUlill XLNO 2 tt J I January j Clearing Sale is on CLOAKS 8UITS AND OVERCOATSIFivery one in Hickman knows when we advertise a Clearing Sale that theres really something worth going after we are offering at our Clearing Sale this year values greeter than ever uefore and the styles are the very latest It doesnt matter whether you went CLOAKS SUITS or OVERCOATS or anything else in our line you can buy desirable goods at very low prices Note these bargains and get your shareoI IAD I E S T C LOA K S 7 tj Y 1 S350 Cloaks Reduced to 5298 i 5 00 and 459 Cloaks reduced to 3i1114 850 and 750cI 575 I I 11 CLOrrBIJSrG AJFD OVERCOATS I 500and 6C fo 8 425 850 tt 750cc c cc 625 1150 i 1O00tc is 7= 75 350cc 1200cc cc ci 9 f5 1650 1500 Ht 12r5 2and 225 Boys Knee Pants for 175- G03 300 Ct 2o 5 50 l 5oo u i J 425 1 Y y i tii I M I L Z c I N E R y f Choice of in the house at 50 cent reser- vedOTRAD2NG ir u c STAMPS G I VEN21T A IB o 1t E j TA TZ DJ4it e a r r c CORPORATION PAPERS FRED t Sold to Co Some Time Ago Has Been Reorganizes CAPITAL 30000 The Plant Is Owned by Home People and Will Remain in Hickman Enough Material Sit Is Now on Hand to Make 1 1000 Wagons The Hickman Wagon Co estab fished in 1858 by Chas and Philip B1tz rand Otto and Max Hertweck later practically owned by H A Tyler Scn has passed into other hands The new company made up of local business men C F Bait zerRT Tyler W H Baltzer Iai1d H C Beckman signing the Articles of incorporation The machinery grouetc are now the ofthe new They will use the same ware house and paint shop in East Hickman for one i year at the end of that time they will build a larger ware house and I office on corner of Clinton and Ken lucky streets on the lots now owned by the firm to answer the above pur postej The greater part of the stock I t in the new firm is owned by the de i cendpnts of the founders Mr C F Baltzer will remain in charge as president and general manager having been with the company for many years and no doubt under i derstands the wagon business from the raw material to the bet r j fII O 0 F i i members of Fulton Lodge N- oFarev 87 1 0 0 requested to be preaeat tt the regularI meeting f c Jhtti iUiy night Officers for the iiJt iiRC year are to be installed and o bonnie s ofimportance is to be i d to- Y p SD TTExJ NG i toft3 Siohr 1 ty s- m 6j y dr I Sxi hytf i itt 10 II i ter than any man in the state All foremen and former employes will remain with the company and the business will go on as before cbn tinuing to make the best road wagon in the country The stockholders met Thursday and elected the fol lowing R T Tyler S L Dodds H C Beckman C F BaIt zer and W H Baltzer The direc tors in turn elected C F Baltzer Pres and W H Baltzer Secfy and Treas It was reported some time ago that the Chattanooga Wagon Co had bought this pro perty which was a mistake This firm had purchased a large quantity ofraw material and other things but the good name and the enviable reputation which the Hick man Wagon Co had hpnestly built up was retained and will be trans ferred to this new company as its birthright The corporation has bought of the Chattanooga Wagon Co enough material to build 1000 wagons and will continue work as usual The capital stock invested isS30000 WOWs Take Notice Assessment No 172 is now due and must be paid during this month Do not fail tb attend to this as it would mean a great deal4to your family in case of your l Books receited at this office l J Y h AI E R GiB slerkl 1r t v h Yt p fi ti WOODEN ANNIVERSARY OIL last We Inesday evening at the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs TT Swayne a select party of friends were entertained in celebration of the fifth annivers ary of the marriage career of the host and hostess The evening merrily passed away with several exciting the time for departure drew near a table set withall the dahiies of the season was spread before the guests May this their Wooden Anniversary be sup joyimlhappmess shall join in celebrating tlfeii Golden AI iversyAI VallerlaslthrowI away down Kentucky street TliursdiY In the corner orl Il pinlthe nir by the buggy strikiiitga stone Mr Walker displayed some remarkable feats ofrai acrobatic nature before he aliglit ed enough to excite the env of any professional high dijjer JTis 1 t his new silk cap is no tongernai thing of and a joy foreverr We are very glad to state thadI 1 Copt wasent hurt very much 41 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC s Be it known to all pernnsj firm of Stalir and Hepdrick has been mutually dissolved I have assumedviall liabilitiesof the firm All parties indebted to us will please All and settle and save cost- Respectfully Jan 95 STEVE SijAMg J Bob Bauyer one ot our ever prizing farmers gave an oldjtime square dance at his home fou ms north of town last Thursday ajt younJpeopLeUItow 1lipr1 Of j 4 0 hrS = a rSIOOOI Cloaks Reduced to S750 4 1200 and 1150 Cloaks Reduced to 825 1500 and 1400 u 1125 600 Mens Overcoats for 475 850 and 750cc ci u 675 1150ii 1100ii ii ii 925c 13ii ii 975 1650 1500 ii ii 1225 All BOYS and YOUTHS OVERCOATS cut in same proportion as meus rKa good line to select from Short Lengths in WOOL DRESS GOODS ir This has been a big season for Dress Goods and consequently we have a great many short lengths which we are selling at a big reduction fV any Hat per off nothing it i THEs f 93 E4 Hickman Wagon Company Reported Chattanooga Wagon STOCK is property company market directors partially i demise asc atneedless beauty coiicerne3lthatathe h prices ip LOCAL AND PERONAL Use Sunshine Ulonr none better r D C West of Fultin was in towu Wednesday I LKO Oman and wife hove cctnrned from Ttov J T Stephens spent list week ut the lake Go to Curnthers for your lunch Miss Woodson Davis of Union City was the guest of MrsJuiU Davis a few days last week Dr Sam Luten of Oiyce was in the city last week Miss Belle Wilson of Union Cit was here last week Harry Matson of Matson Switch was in the city Saturday Chas Frenz of Walnut Log was here Saturday Prof Saunders of Oayce was in the city Saturday Arch Brevard of Jordan was here Friday Finis Clark of Madrid Bend was in the city last week r Ton Roper of Onyce was in town Thursday on business Miss McKie Shumate has re turned to her home at Newborn f George Cook has returned from a visit at Union City Mrs Hal Batey visited relatives at Clayton last week John Milner living near Fulton was in tll Miss Fhzabpth Cloar has re turned to her home at Troy Mrs Jones has returned front a visit to relatives at Cairo y A 0 Caruthers returned Thursday I from a short visit with his parents in Union City Dave Maddox Was in town Friday night attending the i1ce tIat f spentfI t George Brassfield of Woodland I wits in the city Saturday RVA Shafer l and wife ofd the ower bottom were m tht SIy Sat urdavy Irl 1 w r r J de Use Sunshine float none betterII J G Hall was iu town Wednesday on business Mrs W A Johnfou returned Tuesday from a visit in Ripley nud Brownsville v J W Craig of Cape Giradcau was in town Thursday Tom Smith democratic primary for count attorney from Fulton was in town Friday W J Spradlin has returned home from a trip to Memphis I D B Wilson of Wingo was in the city last week C L Walker spent Saturday ini Cairo Mrs Sam Parkerjis visiting relatives in Mena Arki Mrs Roy McKinney of Paducah spent Sunday with her parents Mrs Jas Cravens died Saturday evening at 2 oclock at her home in r Lance Savage who has been visiting his sister Mrs C L Price has returned to his home at Fulton Mrs Horace Luten who has been visiting her mother return ed to her home at Fulton last weekA Serian Moze Bnrkett this weekshipped 2 barrels of cotton seed to his native land for plant ing purposes Mrs Dickey who has been the guest of Mrs B C Durham for this past week has returned to her home at Olarksdale Miss 4899 draxys thejrange at Stahrs Person holding said ticket must present on or before Saturday Jail 14 or same will be void iit a- Miss Bessie tohervisittoreturnedhomerelative at Newbern turnedhomeat Ripley ofDyersburgwas DeBowlastMrs Elizabeth Faris ot Caruth srsville is visiting Dr AA1aiisa- nd family Dr A A Paris who has been very ill is reported much better and is able to walk about his room 705 white coupon gets a chair at H C Amberg void after Jan 15 A VERY CLOSE CALL suginealthoughcvryjotutachedand lQcomotle IowaIappetite Electric as well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly down newhteuse byallWe mIrobtain u S dyorelaaaA 1 PATENTS Seed model ketch or ctii centioaler bookflow1atenta Rwife GA5NOW 1 pposltc U S atent- WASHINGTON D C CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH io IiLongthis Company enable you to talk almostfw anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern I Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you Inqu lc- krand I satisfactory communication with the ofthis great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES Eo CAL WELL DELANO HUME TaWLMPresident aoeetl XaRatfer S cy 1tCeaTXyr l Tienreatf Hi I 1 r + i 5 i sr2 t1 r4 i x 1raR Z L I 1 j t t s = h Ih 1L lI GtJtlt L1 SIBIII s bJlII ft n- p J r 51 aturdaye 7rCfJanutfy 4 19055- H J it 2 J9t i AwEl E T L I Ei b 1Sf fa 7 j Notwithstanding the fact that have closed the mos 3fim- j suceessfui and yearsLhatany previous season we still have an enormous stock on hand We now propose to elgpps V Star out to flake room for the Immeme Spring stork whiQI1iSOSk will soon be coming in To make sure that the goods will go fMJl je simply marked the pridesso low that we believe they Will s lIon sight All we ask of you now is to come to the stoattrdny or during the two weeks sale and look at the Red TagsIc 1 t Kw r 11iLO OK FQ R Wpil 13R h D TAQ r4 4 w = CLOTHING DJ3PARTMENLtc O f The Offerings in this Department are simply unparalled in tlh r History of the Clothing Business see what the Red Tags sad J c OVERCOATS We have about 250 Mens Overcoats left in Novelties l Beavers in all colors Cray enetts Rain Coats all col ers Meltons etc 51000 Coats for 500 5785r1500f 1000 1750 1200 1850i If 1350 S2250u 1650 2500u 1850 Boys and Childreiis costa reduced in same proportion LOOK FOR THEE I RED TAG m L- f tjc iI- S IJfl S 4BUT r L t 4J c Heating toy es r t beJo iway v 4 t I I ost l t- I iI i Witeons Celec brated Coal and- Heaters y v Wood V i all Out WIth tie 10 I d I RED TA- r cr1 I r r MENS SUITS About Mtns Suits sacri ficed all colon Chiriott Worsteds Melton Gran tc Novelties 650 Suits Sow 450 t S1000 II 750 1 50H H 900 1540 nj i i isiJoY oa 350t iS1100 St Ua 4uc j F 1250 2000 1400 25ODu1C X1750- f tLOllK FOR THE RED TAG Wilson I no sulrQ dirt soot dl1- Si1CS Guaranteed to hold heat 48 liouis Regular PriceX550 RED TAG 350 b YOUNG MENS SUITS 1 c 40tr Mens Suits all ltelfctts and stYles f S 650 Suits cut to 500 1000H H U S75 1500 Sro OOl PANTS 50 Dos Mens Pants S175 for 125 250 u 175 350f 250 r S450 u S32St 500 275 M LOOk FOR THE RED TAG c WILSONS HOT STOV ES 14 inches fire pot sold at 81250 f Offered Stoves put rip free of V charge stIS and PA TSII t I 5Q4ps knee Pants and uik Double Breasted gut rd cot Jpc Suit c s Blues and Blk atII iIpoet Pits 725- i 0I 51 375 J f I 11 I = I 1f1 U X11 AND i UARN SSS ins been mars Il way down the lied IaOf I Sine S850 at 1150 L 11 SHIRTS About 1000 Doz Mens Shirts Tagged with a Red Tag r c Chwtte celebrate JShirtsJ The famous Monarch j 100 Shirts aut to 90c 173o Shirts of v Perecr at 50c LOOK FOR THE REDTAG iCPb r t HATS Lion SDO for 250 4 Big Bear 250 ltts ifor r 50Cit ont to Fine 1 25 cut to 8QG t LOOK RED TAG t jc f HARDWARE DIPAPTMI3NT J ryi rf I ro w i t n t I it IK7ji t + 10 1 Y j i E ii f Q L 700 s woo- dHEATERS i 1 All c S S 275 v b c C 1d I t i f 1 TheCelebrated CelebratedEUREKA RANGES 4 Prig 25 cart for r this Sale 2150i Special l2VQdr Hetwy feibbed Underwonv 45cf Eleav 1 Underneai FORTHE v I THI == pMPLETE ANyTJljm + r i LOOKTQ TAGt i I BLAS- TCOAL a- tIOOO ADDUR- Yt fDDLES foffered 11- a I ISHOT GUNS Single Barrel 8650 guns = 1 for QI1t4 00 ioi ST50 guns c1 I for 650 ll Double Barrel Ii 1500 gunstfor S 1400 81800 guns u for SliOO LCSniith Guns T Price 2500 cut to 2060 J rt lj i q I LOOK FOR THEj lED TAGI L 1 ki- I t f L 1 msstr J 1 I I We 4 advise everyecl to come ttMy Ve have 1Uoted01il life w prices anda gn a W jt i i i 1 t included1e1 i F iltiWe will1rbeQ tn 1 1ij I IrI rl r I 1 Ji t- a c J CANT1LE 7 i iCO1N0Fj r C f t r wf 1i 1 lj i f f t I I 1 i Jfr y 3 1i s r zw r w r i t t rJ q b tr J rIt c sr- r L i If LJ ftIVLY t r t fl Ir 1 rrc t r ok For hG thei ti h r Red Tag c 1 itq t i J7i AT ELL I SON S Ffi I Gtimeto the sfpreSntiudayand look for the Red Tag On that day We inaugurate the most remarkable sale in the history I of Hickman A RqxLTag aleE ery piece of Merchandise in thehouseDry Goods Grocery and Hardware Department i r will beer a Reel Tag with 11e price marked thereon in plain figures In making that price we have taken no account of the sactual value of the goods We wish to sell them and have simply made the price so low that we know they will sell after a 7 glance at the Red fag f f jlii Iv 1 tI IF i H 4ijeK t FOR TtivE RflDTA- GI j 1 i t J I GOODS DEPARTMENT r TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE REALLY LOW PRICES YOU WILL SEE ON THE RED TAGS i Dress Goods 1 About 740 yards all wool black dress goods Mohairs Sarges Venetians Etamines Broad- cloths etc All weaves plain and fancy 35 inches to 50 inches wide Sold at 60c to S2 per yd 60c values priced in this sale 48c 100H t I 1 r 4178c 125 u II u98c 150II tc i 143 200 4 irr JLfSAbout 2200 yards Wool Dress Goods all colors and Tfayes 36 inches to 52 inches wide sold from 25c to 125 25c values offered at 21e 40c 4 H 33c 5Qc U 2- U 3Vc 60cu I ff 48 cf SSeu 1i x C165c100Ie n u 80c 125 H U U 98c One lot of about 40 AH Wool Fancy Waist Patterns beauti ful styles Regular prices from 1 SOc to 125 per yard Choice J 1tVof the Jot =jRed +fTag Sale I prices 39c r GROCERY cM 2Qy Fancy RICE r for 0 100 u SiIks AboutioOJRrds Black Dress Silks Peiiti de Soie Taffeta etc from 19 inches to 27 in ches wide offcred at just half the regular price tnat is 50c Silks at 25c 75c Silks al n 37c SLOOSUteat s 50c 150 SSks atl A 75c Also a lot of Taffeta and Fancy Silks 50c vahfPrice25e7Sc vaiiUsssle pricen373 J QDYalstes sale price50cv I About 9iID yards Silk Velvets Black andall colors 9G Velrtpffred at 7oc 1 getso1i F 9 at 79c 125 Velvets offered at92c i have sold an imt sense nura ber of Jackets this season but still have about 100 coat pia which we have put Eed Tass as follows l S17SO Coats at S12SO 1600 U U It 3117S 4 I e S87S oc 3 7S0t 900 a r 8656 JH U S525 S5 00n w 8306l These ate all stylielt 1 coats in all colors and clothe and are great ai offered Children and Misses shut and long all col fft jjuj sold from 5150 totS7 J6 hate been tagged in this a Ode 1 500 j Jc j tong heavy Plush Capds trim ned with Fur 125 Capes offered at 90c 300 Capes offered at 200 550 Capes offered at 325 Long heavy Cloth Capes that sold for 400 now 200 150 now have several beau ties left 550 Furs 650 Furs 275 Furs for S175 fit and hangI fi 75 Skirts offered Skirts offered 500 Skirts offered Skirts offered 700 Skirts offered 6t 5000 of all ma FRESH EVERY LOOK THERE poundsi Roasted Coffee 100 15 pound Bucket of Jelly Jackets- We Tagged 12501Y 51000H 5700U uptodate bargains 7 Bars 11 BigDeal SOAP FORc 25 cts Capes 100- FURSWe forS300forS400 perfectly atSl50S- 150 atS200atS400S- 5S0 at475atS550 Remnant- sk yards 1- Iort lengths youriwn 3 pound Can TOMATOEST E 8 f 2 Ib CanB- LACKBERRIESf 8 cts MillineryRed g Sale Prices Choice any Hat 98e Baby Caps Choice 23c Corsets 100J 0 C Cor sets price oOc to 100 Red Tag choice 25c 100 J 0 G Corsets regular 100 values Red Tag choice oOc All wool ltf4 DoubU Blan kets worth 500 offered at 400 Cotton Blankets 150 values at 115 250 values at 175 ComfortsWorth 100 at Soc Worth 125 at 100 Worth 150 nt l2i 25 Pounds BESTiI PATENT LL- I Plourf 80ctt r Flannel tj 4AbGo values at oc tSscc 1 lOc values at 9c 123c varAbout 1000 yard of Mat4Ji ting reduced from 1 12 cents to 10 Cents 20 cents to 17 cents 25 centi to 22 cents 30 cents to 25 cental 35 cents to 27 cents UnderwearsAH cut with a Red Tag i t Everything Cut With a Red Tag t111 It J t f r 1Ci t 1 GROCERY 1EPARTMENT J J ly f ii iI i i J p 4- S IN THE WE ARE RECEIVING QODS DAY BUT AND YOU WILLI FIND K i S THE RED TAG f ir w fi 1 I I i I forj I 0- i I i for i 100 Jacketi l j I SKIRTSThat I J For cts 9 ir I I J1 CottoleneI Do you use it 2 Ib bucket 20 4cc cc 40 IOu t1 1 110 1 r RED S wr TAG M tF S 1 0 LOOlt for tbfj RED TACt t I i f 4 r smsrw A L71aumI fiJ 1 c TrthisRell agSalebiBgIusl Saturday January111g Saturdayl January 28thJs iiSic a a lh miI5sal e tiriii this Red Tag Sale nothingafStamps i1I1 be ghen aid no Sf Illp 1io l s Wlft1 e rclem clullnm1 iI ELLISOj4- T I 1 qF4 a 4 4 f l 4 r- yTL t dLV 17 J a- I f j I z- rrac Iof I r w y y lr j r I f i Y t ic Y THE HICKMAN COURIER Published Mondays at noou by THE HIOKMAN NEWSPAPER CO MIT SHAW EDITOR ti 9rHE Chattanooga Times says 11 At any rate the czar hast Witte about him nOV for the Addicks scan UJj j dais to be opened up again in Delaware MRS OHADVIOKS husband UtlU answered j Let us hope he is easily fooled as those bankers fFi1 OLONEL BRYAN wants us i to brood over it we suppose for he advises democrats to do more thinking HE Tariff throws its pistol m 8the face of any country v falling into our hands and gives the accustomery command of the robber 9PlEorder of the French for Jjj eigu office to its members to shave clean is a good one for a Frenchman of that class who ttais whiskers has jio inclination ttf attend to anything else ERDIOARIS the Amercian U citizen who vPiis ransomed from Raisuli says Raisuli is a politician in the primaHve sim plicity of the term wonder what he Would say of our fully devel aped politician 9FHElarge daily newspapers f 8 did not wait for the news of the falling of Port Arthur to be confirmed somehow they know when anything is auhentic unless it happens to be something about cotton rEORETARiT TAFT with a kindly beaming of his mild blue eyes says we must hold the Phillipines for the benefit of the residents of the Archipelago what benefit is that to the tax payers of pur own country HE Pennsylvania legislature 8 met yesterday and there were not enough democratic members to fill the committee places given the minority party as a timehonored courtesy At fouta Constitution h fvADlJCAH wan at least con lfgratulate herself upon her clear pure water The filter Is a siicceess Paducah News Demo crat Would thatJHickman could say the same with us tis water water every where but not a drop to drink MEMPlIIShas grown and ex- ll1U panded Our city govern ment though possessed ofallwis dom at its apexwhich it isnt is too narrow at its base and should be broadened In a faultitude of counselors there is wisdomMemjlhis News Scemi tar We can say the same of Hickman there is something the matter with our leaders too much fropencity to let things glide i along as they are going simply because it moves that way when if we made any efforts we would moW faster It is good policy of course at tunes to let well enough iilole but not always thanks to tjjei progressive part of us There are several improvements easily within reach of Hickman all there is to do is to extend a ihand iyid grasp them r t rlHOE the lust election the nvs has tonne from Coloradoq 5 f a nature not satisfactory to jpNefpple who love honesty in all tilings Many charges of fraud I sire being made all of which oc ourad to the detriment of the- damocratsanti the evidence sup I iort ikeptr twe uppoie because they might affect the electoriai vote winch tgive a large majority to litopMwdt It appears that most jMopla there are of the opinion y fckift JiT olit JtLthi vote j jk L fii 1 I i a went fairly should have the Governors seat and what is as plain as the nose on your face is that republicans in general view with repugnance the acts of Peabody and when he ran away behind the republican ticket no one was surprised Adams his Democratic opponent was elected by a handsome majority and should be seated Peabody has now summoned to his aid the Supreme Court which upheld him when he pro clamed martial law and the hand they have played in the matter has been one never before play by a court in the United States They took charge of the election- in a way that left it intirely immaterial how the people had voted Their rulings were such that Democratic majorities wera made large Republican majorities and the Rebublicans were given large majorities in both house of representives and the senate of Colorado legislature Of course the whole thing is nothing but a conspiracy one whicn will be successful for Peabody has everything in his hands including a servile Surpreme Court ho will not even attempt to justify his steps for the manner in which he does it cannot be consealed and the longest of explanations could not make it clear to the people how the Demoorats while losing the state in the national ticket by so large a majority were able to give their candidate for Gov ernor a large majority obtained through fraud Peabody has the machine and aided by his court seeks to annul the will of tiiI people 0 NOT mistake us for a Po E lice Gazette this week it isnt our fault that some of our advertisers insisted on red ink and you know the influence a prominent advertiser can haze over au editor HELP WANTED No Energy No Will Power No Ambition Losing Confidence in Self and the Confidence of Friends or Employers A State of Health That Needs Prompt Treatment to Vard Off Serious Disease Do you notice a large reduction in your vital energy Are you losing hold on your place in the social world Is your strength gone constitution weak appetite poor digestion deranged bow els costive with uneasiness andsymp toms of derangement in the region of the kidneys Such a condition is the preliminary to Brights Disease or some other serious kidney trouble If this describes the state of your body we urge upon you prompt action before your health is entirely beyondrecovery Prickly Ash Bitters is the remedy you need it hasa fourfold restorative effect It stimulates the torpid liver restores health in the stomach strengthens and cures the kidneys and through its peculiar yet agreeable laxative char acter it clinches the good work by thor oughly cleansing the bowels It is a certain remedy for kidney and liver diseases Accept no substitute Insist on having the genuine PricklyAsh Hitters with the large figure S in red on the front label Sold by Druggists Price SIOO per bottle HELM ELLSON SPECIAL AGENTS 111EN IN NEED 91 Blacksmithing Uors hoeing dill oil me a i roy shop near Kimbros Livery Stable I make a specs ally of shoeing saddle an5t harnass ho r s e s PAUL Va eDAVLI C A Snow tCo Patent Lawyers of Washington D Cwill send fo anyone free JL pocket Memorandum Book and Dairy for 1905oh receipt stampWetiM the molter 9 i f f i c T Z s HICKMAN BAND CONCERT A Musical Trial and Financial Success FridaynighttheHickmankindTheU and the boys displayed their musi ofProfMiss Davis of Union Cityrendered pleasingfactthattime and then received tremendious applausMiss I BirdsChristmaseasy manner pleasing in the extreme in natureMisscrowning appear the third time in response to attendants The male quartette Messrs Som ers Johnson washighlyswer to the call for appearance whichdeserves youngThe to be re membered by our music loving citi zens who have reason to be proud of such able home talent May they favor us with another such in the near future Hickman Wagon Co Notes The Hickman Wagon Co having changed hands their notes have been placed in our hands for collec tion Those indebted to same will please come forward and settle and save futher cost V G CarpenterG NOTICE To the 1st Legislative District Executive Committee you are hereby notified that a meeting of the 1st District Legislative Committee will SaturdayJansuch business as may come before said committeeG L CARP C NO ICE TO THE FULTON COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES f blenIfiled with me as Chairmanrof the lit Fulton Co EceciiJiveCoimuitteei t by IL M Kearby vs Luifv liar grove and S T Roper vs fis Nil ner and I hereby call a meeting of said committee to be ffield at the court house in Hickman Ky Monday Jan 10 1005 at 2Pfnij to determine whether the said notices are sufficient to warrant1 ith hearing of a con tes anaaf so to prescribe the method time V Mf and place of hearing same M foW 0 W INSTALLATION On Wednesday night list Elm Cam No3 W OjVljii stalled time officers recently elect yeariHfQHelm Y C Davis Advisor Lim Atf Ly- nt 4 M Frost Banker EISibbs Clerk J O Ryan Escort iSfo J Collins Sentry andIenew ele jtMiinagervt lfThe Concert Band dlo itself proud on this occasion rendering some very fine music Tai tester supper on the windUp gas a great success Everybody Seem ed delighted with them infer in wh ic honwlica rr- rrhedoutl lr The Camp seemes considerably revived and has promis of cut hiearfuturelected to the office of Hjost1nan by an overwhelming majorit He was not installed r fromtthe fact that he had netlr Itaken the obligation We erpjcIrd some remarks coiicerhln MrIHaynes ability to fill liieioflicef- c t V as he was a new membcatd not up in the work yam Vhfpe 1 1he will take an actives irlit in his office and attend egiiiiirly We are of the opitjp tluat lie will open some ofaferMj65 before the year is ouj Let everybody got wok for thb ltpbui1ldiug of f fhcrti 2 f e K i r w Show your COW how Christmas fee1sT Feed hron Hulls and Meal Cotton Seed Meal Per 100 Ibs 185 Cotton Seed Hulls Per 100 Ibs 50 S For Sale by i Ledford Randle I Ellison Mercantile Co H L Carpenter F E Case u Stab Rend ick y Powell Floyd Lee Bradley Hickman Joint Stock Cof v FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK li tQ Sx t t Siofenaan Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other inducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee ice solicit your patrpnay J A THOMPSON Cashier H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORSIIl utjiII J JI c HOSHUKAS- Ti u H IllUIIKEI u SltoM it 1t I Dr XIIUUIIARII1 JHiujnuV A HICKM1N BANKf HIGB1M AJST IY0 Capital Stock Paid iSurplus and Undividedl 5000000 I Profits 20000QO great resources conservative management and a representative BoardEIavmg of Directors ami bemp equipped with unexcelled facilities for till transaction or all bnmcees of legitimate banking the Hickman Bank solicits the accounts of corporations firms and individuals promising the utmost liberality of treat meut consistent with prudent business methods R T TYLEU President C P SHUMATE CnFt ier O A HOMJOMBE Vine I1 silent s AVrBERrAR8t Ct si IP 1 J w B i s It SOD The fficfemn Grocery and Meat Market i The same old stand we have been in for years and where you know you set the best in our line Free Delivery Telephone 1dj Dr S K Davidson Dentis- tffICSMdN i 1 in- Office ups iirs otter Robbins Tomas TyIer AttorneysatLaw r G ills tOTce over liJ ckmau tlk1Q QFr- e it t AM It f LIVERTROUBLES Ii 101 find Thedfords BlackDraught- s good medicine for liver dlteue epentfloewlthdoctors takeMUCAROLINJIMARTIN actregularly1 secure a package of Thedforda Black = Draught and take a dose tonight This great family constipabowels and causes a healthy seeretioa of bile Draughtwillpuritiec the kid neyi A torpidgliver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness anti contagion Weak kid nets result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptiuBlackDraughtplaintfl and found nothlnjr to ue l Mibleheod THEDFORD3DLAUI DRAUGHT iI TO SOUTHWEST t FARMERS ATTENTION 1 wish to call the attention of the fir mers that they can have all the water coaveniences of tho city 1I can install your water works either with wind null or pump and faruisU engine or windmill I also do plumbing work and can but in bath tabs etc with ftot dlt cold water JQ ADAM Hickman try Cakes Furuisked The kdi s or the Bx oakwillaaocca5ioa1wlnterfp wIfkegfromOrddbeetdeygadvance y j k I jurAucrNqdi His SejjJmppjtance Blinded slWsHha fa the qssibUity o a l istake a A llvoi jns pot stood on tree thePennayClevelandPtainold map cujbfired tip the steps Ho stopped aX hemed for a moment and then turned to the young man in uniform StUJU18welltlkenunderstanXefrf brit listentoawayfrom andftoJHuttructions tBseJiYoutOdoRubword air The train was starting Tie porter swungbausefalt fight t otoaFl ho shouted You ran do the talking if you jrant to ImT ertulsory jcjaw woutc1 t letme tell jou seat iTKPt going out on that train GAVE HIS MAN MUCH TIME He Could Ta te StxteennoitrealDay to Dp Sis 7brfelfiie Required IiL tdnsae= Kfniland hid the boyhood home of Geur rids tie liumont relates Sus cs Magazine Vie was a peculiar character hi his vcunger years says the judge He made dutingthebankerOneto meThat workedforWhyr I asked for I knew that something funny was coming from Ade Well ha reuhfed ke doesnt ask a man to do a days work in ten hourshog- ives him II As a boy we didnt suppose that Ado would amount to ranch continued the ridge though his drwlfery wa always aniusii g Dyspepsia Was Thriving Xnw and than Mnl hall PrAViWer wilt lu no a inueir oaf indigestion but tie trou- ti epiritaOne suffer ns in a milddc tee afriend laeetiBg him tor the second time in the afternoon iifilWell Marshall hos1ti dyspepsia sv rnov s Very ni thankou u was u reply but 1 ag plot so well tg elfanti-y Msatzine flf I Proteet1onIThe Louisiana Ilfel Ponrnal tells i beingltedit the grand jnrlrlilts tot at yon sand I t n it would haft matjd youtell all- s t 3ijF crap shooting Ro de- ywan ttreplt9 the bootblack cause de court dine held dat n man doan hbto tell fldthin dat cremates hiaeclf Kansas City Journal 4 i ePoUtenenstl thedinner3IIti1TeliclijI1c Wlitiiu bnuj ritpie with a fork I done it too eo as not to let cm see their breafe N Y Sun r Shouting TlrehPraises dSpecialCuredthat made him a cripple for years Mr repectedriraitees of the remedy that eared Mm r DcxMslQdnei Pills I I had the rheumatism in my left limb so that I could not walk over tom to fif useofwould haw to sit or lie down on the ground when I was out trying to walk and the sweat would run down mr floe with so much pain I could not sleep at night fpr about i five or six weckc 41 tried different doctors meokHnes but they were all no HOod Then Isent for DoddSKiidneYPii1s and almost from the I first they brought relief By the time I had taken fourteen boxes of then ray rbeumaikm was nil gone and I can truly sayflVfeel better than lha cin the last twentyfive years A man thinks it awfully stupid for a woman to lose her pocketbook but Jie fOr lira how often she has to help him flail hmjustAmerican e ULCERS FOR THIRTY YEARS I Palatal fCraptlons from Knees to Feet Seemed Incurable Until lie Used Cutlcura 4 Another of those remarkable cures by hadtailedof Gainesville Texas in the following sutferedcruptioncouldsnor to help me until I used Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills which cured me in six n ont6 They helped roo the very gladtoI did may be saved from misery A Michigan editor has had a streak ot intohisnight when three bed rails gave Yay nrtd he invoke Auto Era e jrTo Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TablatsJ At drujistsrefundthemonoyi1itsatlstocnroE Like our experience with other pretty gir18Iwe sometimes find that whenwthinL Fortune is smiling on us she real ly hits her eye on the tall man behind usPuck I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumjtion saved my life three years aeo Mrs Tho3 Robbine Norwich N Y Feb 17 1900 z The world could woalong yilh a good dC31 less smartness in stock if only it might carry a hoarier line of sympathy a simple neighborlinessj Chicago Tribune0 e i A Guaranteed Cure for Piles ItHiag BIlBd ing PUNY r rsfCRletwill round monoy It Poo- Olxrlns trfalISto cure is 6 to 14 trays roc S All the fun of having a bank account is cnstriergetN YfTxess rt b r 4- tl ri- t i I In Hayti They Send Em to Prison for Life We Have Something That Beats That in This Country FIERCE VJEST SIDE fIRE IN CHICAGO The Cash Buyers Building on West Van Buren Street Entirely Destroyed i SEVERAL ADJACENT BUILDINGS EITHER DESTROYED OR RUINED The Zono Mnmifncturlnsr Co the Boston Rubber Tnlitt Co niul the I lcnluoIulnl Stove Co Among Firm Affoeteil Street torn theII by IBxploKlon l I Chicago Dec 3iA fire which started in a sevenstory building oc cupied by the Cash Buyers onion on West Van Buren street Saturday morning caused the entire fire depart ment to be called out and a heavy loss is threatened in the business part of the c tys1llnpC3Bh DUyQI UnniouulU1rn 1entirely destroyed at a loss of notlsss than 500000 When the firo penetrated to the ad joining building occupied by the Zeno Manufacturing Co a fourstory structure the firemen were ordered to the rcofs of adjacent buildings to fight 1 the flames Within a few minutes the f s i flames had gutted tho structure and had spread to the Boston Rubber Paint I Co Then the flames cracking theii brick walls of tho building spread to i 1602 Wont Van Buren street causing heavy damage to the Peninsular Stove Co which firm occupied the seven floorsSo fierce did the blaze become that burning sparks tarried by a nigh gale were driven far over the district and buildings blocks away caught fire With a detonation that was heard for squares an explosion in the base mont of the Cash Buyers union build ing tore up the streets and the side walks throwing firemen lInto the air and tearing live wlros of the Van Buren electric car line down Fortunately all of the firemen escaped In juryCrushing down through the frail wills of the structure adjoining the townering walls of the Peninsular Stove Co and those of the Cash Buyers union tottered and collapsed A series of small explosions fol lowed the falL of the walls A two story frame dwelling atlCG8 West Van Buren street occupied as a room ing house was crushed like a shell by the falling walls The inmates flat been awakened earlier and escaped to the street but were unable to save any of their clothing The stables occupied by Fortune Bros Brewing Co were gutted The horses were saved There was a small panic on the Met- rOpolitan elevated railroad when the motormen rushed their cars through the smoke Passengers attempted to get out but wore hold in check by tho guards When the explosion occurred tho windows in tho roaidcncos across the street were shattered and chimneys werethrown down Flremon who were In the path of tho falling walls escaped death by leaping into a hole that was being dug at the side of a frame building Thirty Quail In Thirty DnyxI ChllllcotheMo Dec 3LThat a man can eat 30 quails in 30 days without experiencing any discomfort a feat often declared impossible has been demonstrated by George E Braun a Cbllllcotho druggist who rounded out his thirtieth day on a quail diet Fri day Killed Uandllm Revolver Springfield MoDec 31John Reed Jr 18 years old of Bolivar accident ally killed himself Friday evening in the office of the Springfield Produce Co He was examining a 44caliber re volver when it discharged The bal- lenteredWsrightear POOLROOM MEN INDICTED The Madison County 111 Grand Jury Voted Five Indictments The Men Inillottil lloivcvcr Have ClOMUil Their Poolmum nud- SUippetl Hence Xu Arroata SL Louis Dec 31 Indictment have been voted by the Madison county Ill grand Jury for the men who oper+ ated the Madison poolroom which has been closed as a result ofthe recent exy posure of its operations iThe persons indicted are Victor Shuler Lee Wagner James Riley a man named Varauo and one known only as Charley The indictments were returned 9 week ago when the grand Jury ad Jcurned but were not made public un tit Friday evening when it became necessary to place them on the records because it was the last Jay of the term of court in which they were returned The men helve not been arrested The poolroom was closed about week before the indictments veb i turned The return of Indic iin then expected daily i hti nin operating thennoolr om were not in ignorance of develop fits and as soon as the grand Jury took up the poolroom investigation they closed up their rooms and disappeared AD of the men are said tollve in St Louis Those whose opposition resulted in 1the indictments are now watching for indications of a reopening of the pool from which they will try to prevent Citizens of Madison prominent among them Rev Reynolds gave im portant evidence before the grand Jury THE YEAR END SHOWING The Second Unit of the Year liRa Mnilo n Better Truile Shoivtiigr Tim 11 type ISipectoiI New York Dec lR G Dun Coa weekly review of trade says Holiday week brought the customary quiet conditions In tho business world inventories and preparations for an nual settlements monopolizing atten tion except In some branches of manu facture where immediate deliveries wore required Sovero storms also interrupted com munication and transportation particularly at the teat but on tho whole the elements were hopeful for drought was broken in the Plttsburg region By this resumption of a boating stage In tho rivers shipments of coal were made possible and the coke out put restored to normal volume An nual reviews indicated that the year has made a much hotter showing than seemed possible at the outset the sec ond half comparing very favorably with the first six months and the amount of business on tho books in the leading industries promises sUll fur ther Improvement in 1905 An Old Engineers Suicide Dixon Ill Dec 31Frank Wiesso of Amboycommlttod suicide by throw ing himself before an Illinois Central train He was a retired engineer hav Ing left tho service of the Illinois COn tral five years ago after working for that road as an engineer for 35 years Sudden Death Excelsior Springs Mo Dec 31 Mnscn Gardiner coal oil inspector of Clay county died suddenly Friday of paralysis Mr Gardiner was cleaning the snow from the front of his door when ho WaS stricken He was 70 years old Fire nt Little IlocU Little Rock Ark Dec 31The Cun ningham Milling Cos plant and the Little Rock Furniture Manufacturing Cos building the latter owned by Memphis people were burned Saturday morning loss 150000 Mtixt Use the lolarlncopc New York Dec 31The quality of sugar for tariff purposes must be determined by the scientific polarlscope test according to a decision announced by the United States appraisers r a ItA 1 i3AW TO IITUREN A U R to JHD3 PETS AMUSED BLVEshli MASTERS TRDIII il- 5 hey Egilla Good Tim But the Dam ir agf hey Did Wasot V i Mended In the 111tt i End f i mils the writer receives a call ftt SJl Wg city and leaves for a HempSthe OJC the open An what a rftllef laP Set back again to the cousi trya1 from the nerveracking vi bratioytfj the elevated railroad from tkJ rogFof the subway from the clang- Ing of rjMley bells away Irom the otlor l Ofsnifllteorgas and ot kitchens awa L ma1U1b of the streets and the Jvatbbaulug duat of the cars bacu aIn ttgJie pure snowcoveruti hiis BW BftNta to the sound of the wind in theJi4tty ireea to the cr taln music of th ablerbirdawhereweLnrfoetlitj Elk bus e Yes y afternoon the write r alight I oi at Citttle New Hampshire raiiwa JlaUoUjJllnc1 made his way to the plalforjK where a big rtaII yo ng rpn was skillfully curbing a at bia powerful bay fcor cs ewe4avx1ousenough to run a tfeoelelgh to which they were whichII It was the driver of a local stage carries tho malls and the when thflro are any to a Miles away and incidentally paauiengersII tie towns and numerous betweeju 1 Jumped In bearskin robe about me and as the driver av the horses their heads the sleigh leaped forward amid a crashing ui aleigh bjpB For a mite or more thf horws Bilged along seemingly for thE very J1 bt rapid moving and then aii Wf cs1tN tp a long hill they relmtariii lyI KJfbwefltbciiiselves to be pulled ii liist t a trotittnJ finally to a ieorous wak- Then flWtt that the driver turned hit iii fgtd face to the rear and re aiitrkji to see you sir Just gettin irry33l8 wrIter+ admitted thatbt lipa rtf that he had been away fur a- Hem fc anything about your bearT qrlele driver with a chuckle 8ia0rl went away you mean No Whthewrlter is in the city his Intends illrer bother him with any an iI lnxikclCcnu which may occur in bIabttee jjfrWHtfl he been doing now WeUB went down to Paul Muggins ki otter night and broke a pane of is trying to get Irto the cellar win del Tien he went iu and pulled donI belief canned fruitbroke six Jars i csatd then he pUllEd t er tulazes bars an 1 utit was good for him r 1 nu him lying on the floor u or stupid next morning What did Huggins do shoot hfmr Shoot him Not be He kinder laughed to gee the wreck and then be rays Biers will be bears he says and I Jess Utls fellows all bear all right HfltKiM always has kinder liked that tijjgr ever since the night he found him cEd uj In his bed re11 there are great possibilities inOiaif Hiozen wild animals which are 1 tai have no fear of man Toe w r w s more han interested to know sriiras any news of the others and wiled his companion by an info quon f course youve beard about yer fo t siM tbe driver by way of answer tre liUtyj fellow they call Sprite- e Writer had heard many things aMit the little animal in question but ROtpurigg the last week so he gravely IK his head ellald the driver he went over tbSineids to Hersums house two milts atffifanujy down there and they all turned ouffio keep him on Hersum got his gumauidwas coIn to shoot him at first bupne of tbe little ones told him it was joujs so he turned In to help keep the crj away from the hens When It conn dinner time they had to take turn some of them going inside while thealhers stayed out to watch the fox BuKhe tired them all out and got one of theens after all Till writer did not think fit to ask anymore questions but began to figure whether the article which might be writ tenconcerning the misdeeds of his hall f savaje pests would net him enough to payffor tha damage they had done But after all what mattered It The sight of tie beautiful creatures coming and loinSjo and from the house which they wastoeD Ugpttppay ten times over for all they costWniohey and anxietyL V f ERNEST HAROLD BAYXKS i The Foolish Boy MotherMy child What inmlIDltened are you doing with all that paint smeared over your iao d hands b BoyI wanted t gita job an I Indt in th paper that said A bright colored boy So 1 ts mself tbe brightest color 1 tout1i tan just was startin out t see th resift R what advertised Baltimore AmQrin vi J Too Suspicious nstessWhat Going away Why 1tPlease mum when I come yesterday you gave me the keys of your trunks and drawers and chests and jewelboxesto keep for you YesI did that to show that I trust ed your What Is the matter They dont one of em fit Cassells Anions to Have It Known Do you believe In Santa Claus fJimmy You bet your life Say tell pa about It text time you see him will yourCWcjgo Record Herald i1 1i SISTERS OF CHARITY Ise PeafUlll1t for Ouglus OQhisg Grip and CatarrhA Oongressl ans Letter In every country ot till ClUIZN1 worJt Sistersi of Charity nro known Not only do they minister to tho spiritual and ntellcctiial needs of tho charges com nitted to their care but they also uinister to their bodily needs With BO many children to take care of and to protect from climate and disease these wise and prudent Sisters have round Pernnaa never fjiilinpwifepuarcl Dr Hartman receives many letters from Catholic Sitter from all over the United States A recommend recently received from Catholic institution m Detroit Ieh reads as follows Dr S B Harriman Columbus Ohio DcarSlr The younggirl who used fhePeruna tHIS suffering from laryngitis and loss of voice The result of the treatment was most satisfactory She found great relief and after further use of tilt medicine we hope to be able to say sIltIs entirely cured Sisters of Charity The young girl was under the care of the Sisters of Charity and used Peruna For catarrh of tho throat with good results lA the above letter testifies Send to The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio fora free book written by Dr Hartman ANTfrrATS b0 ON STRIKE Even the rabbit Is a hardened striker In rabbit colonies the stronger rabbits do most of the harrowing and as often as perhaps once in two years these be come discontented and refuse to work A species of black ants have little yellow ants which do most of their work for them Occasionally the yellow species will go on a strike Their food supply is cut off but if that does not avail the strikers are attacked or another lot of yellow ants are secured Both birds and beasts occasionally go on strike according to observers A herd of horses will bunch together neg lect their food become restive neigh and rub noses when in a field The out come is that the herd will not allow themselves to be saddled or harnessed and will chase and attempt to kick tno attendants Female birds take tantrums and refuse to do the housework They desert their nests and leave their eggs to become cold and barren The male naturally becomes greatly concerned but with the bird and beast creation the male will never attack the female so there is no remedy Warblers and star lings are given greatly to these strikes WHEN WOMAN ENVIES MAN When he gives his hair a neat brush iud his coiffure is complete When he doesnt have to kiss his sworn enemy and tell him how sweet he looksWhen the children cry and he can whistle a tune get his hat bang the door and go out When b9 trips up the street ahead af her on a rainy day with his trousers jauntily turned up and no skirts to carryWhen he doesnt have to twist his inns to hook his bodice up the back or drag six superfluous yards of dress goods behind himand do it gracefully too la m 1 I addrca TrSb ArazzTENTSGO ilex K Wasluaatoa DU t 1neloiiowingie ter1sfromiongress man Mccldson of Napoleon Ohio The Peruna Medicine COI Columbus 0 I 4 4 1 feel oncOur- tt 0 iIand to believe f a its con ttDI1ld use will t atyears standingl Dnvid Meekisou Dr Hartman one of the best known physicinns and surgeons in the United States was tho first man to formulate Peruna It was through his genius and perseverance that it was introduced to the medical profession of this country I If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pcrnna write atonce to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will bo pleased to givo you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Ilariiijau Sanitarium Columbus O FYOU CANt WKE BER jfHE rou un tho g a 10101 UUEltIlimo Worth 5100 Just one to 10117 it so you ran JaYo tbcso Tear anti poSiUTotr prevent other Ytsltaof that adui agony that surety teouldawaken the dormant stile oJourlDowotr by the use of the Medical Worlds Nowoit Remedy TICEFNY- 1tIIEUMTiSILCQILE It Trial paekages choerulh Seolfwpcanprov upplleJ tree 100 doses 510 TISEFNY 11IAIUICAL- COUP A y aloe Flee St at Loula lo- A Difficult Problem You should compel your son to be selfsupporting Make him live Without your income for a while You dont know him Id be glad If I could make himJIve within my income for awhile Houston Post vrl For Infants and Childrenffl t The 7u4 For Ysors Of IThe Kind You Han Always Bought TMt CgeTAUR COMPACT TT MURAY 8TIITWD CITY PILESAIKESlsr 1TZGbKLut Gentlemcn1I BearsUseSignaturlOyerThirty A N Li 20t3ii i1iiJ4lTaauaiUeeBcet Coaak syrup S- oldu11 di1kBY R W STANCIL CHAPTER XX Funeral ef Mrs Staton As soon as Lewis Latham the father of Mrs Staton heard of he sad death ho came immediate ly to Richmond His wife was prostrated and could not hake the long trip The meeting of the grandfather and grandchildren was pathetic beyond description On the night of his daughters wedding he had given her a pure of one hundred thousand dollars bqt that with Mr Statons im nine fortune of half a million hrd all gone like trash before the sweeping torrent when Joseph St ton one of Richmonds mos tit iving business men began tto drink Mr Latham sent his dnugh ter money but the drinking fath erjoften got it ere it reached his wife and spent it for drink gam bled it away or lavished it upon harVs Mr Latham never know until he visited his daughters home after the murder how cruel1 th4 drunken husband had been to hit only daughter or how poo they were The father provided for the burial Many of the best citizen of+Richmond attended the funer al The service was held in the icyenth street Christian church Tile minister delivered a touchin sermon during which the vas audience wept as the man of God spbke of the curse of strong drink and to what it had led Joseph Staton and his once happy faun lyihe following i9 a sketch of his masterly discourse The deceased Mrs Lottie Latham Staton was the onlhdaughter of Lewis Latham presi dent of the First National Bank of New York City Twelve year njgq she married Joseph Staton one of Richmonds most prospers ous merchant About live yenis ago he began to drink and today we become to behold the fruits of the drunkards life Mr Stator1 gas a good man but like thousands of others he fell before the mighty foestrong drink Man of you gentleman who weep oyqr the sad story of the lost dajs of the unfortunate woman voted forj the license saloon You gentlemen by your votes made it possible for the now penitentt husband to commit the cruel1 deed But for whiskey Josep- Staton never would have been guilty of the murder of his loving wife1 t The licensed saloon is a curse to r thirF free government The stars sus the stripes float over every low Ibrothel while our fair daughters unprotccted Joseph Staton tvi no doubt be tried and convicte- of murder and his life will hay to pay the forfeit He is guilty of one of the worst crimes TIll Ikw says that he must die butt the same law that convicts him protect the cause of the crimp and back of the criminal is the licensed saloon tthe iunmin C whiskey traffic the Amoricnn voters and a great host who favor t the manufacture and sale strong drink Think you that Staton aloe is guilty of tho awful deed Little did he think that he wont murder the woman whose heart he won He loved his wife and1 children as few husbands and fathers do None had a brighter and hnppier home He often visited you in your homes B attended your banquets social OfterrLwine and strong drink in various fenns were served11as u cus tom among Virginias sucic people for a hundred years to nerve wine aid strong drink at weddings banquets and dinners The governor of the state had it on his table the president of the IJTui tted States serves it to his i tstlldcustom says It is all rigiij So Joseph Staton was 1led 1 loan wills froth lho sec i Y s a r 1thenJ 1 made a drunkard iu a day but it I1czsimply drifted towards the whirl pool rapids He did not mean t tII but 1tP did rcJosepht guilty person He is not thon ly pe son who is guilty of the murder of liege Lottie Statii Tim loll comdemnB only fiii trhcommit the last art iin t j tragedy but there is a iiidltt r i court and before the great Judm you stud I fhall one day stand 11i for one have never voted for t hII licensed sttloon If every AmenI con voter votod as I do haveI I I for the twenty five years theII whisky traffic the Jicened and the untold misery originat wouldti be n thing of the past and Joseph Stnton would today Lea prosper ous business man as he was tell years ate Mv vote gentlementhI did sot pave the way for this aw ful crime The cries of thtEft motherless chihlrci 1 will mvcrh coindemn toe While I pity iluin 1sad deplore their condition vrt I can thank toy God that m vote lid not help to bring it about rLet this sad scene he a warn jj jug to every one who ttunjINS I with strong drink to every voter and advocate of the whisky tat j fie and open sal 011 Look cca young men at the murderer illII corpseg ilsti of those live motherless children and take warning Taste not touch not handle not the cursed bowl peep it off your supper tables discard it from your ban quot and irRtj of you be gover nor or president never allow it to curse the tabla of the governors mansion or that of the white h house After the funeral Mr Iathum had the remains ef his daughter shipped to NeW York City for burial He took the flue grand childred htme with him Many of Mrs andbrafriends attended tthe burial in Greenwood Cemetery The chil 1dreg clung to the coffin and1 till strung friends hall Itof VppII etuedtI to realize were thain anyoiu else I the loss of her mother Miv Latham was a milni politiIi faIvar1the minister was stamped upon ithtints and again and askedHDicJ I help to pave the way for the murder of my daughter Ami guilty of her death I voted for the licensed saloon and the mm nttdthe only one guilty of the murder of his wife I shall consider the lien1hnoted jailoreto let him attend the funeral tad behold once more the remains of bettertthan life and to bid his children a last farewell but he was not allowed to see 1 his 101CllwSl 1I11nII to be continued tAPBleOtHt IX lID OWX IIOCSK ofivavenuesKauenS boarseurseays VcnHl keep the in bed fur days iaudi gars me hart of n bottle of Ghmiilxr lains ewijjh rcitedy with instructiou to 1aosNty follow thl+ direotious and IAitih to Mule that alter thE tint day I could lotico a decided change tor the better tud ot this time niter using it for two vcelB tare no hesitation in tnuhiK I Thatev Swnyne rl l = llLTHECOUCH 9tVITII Dru Kings fetf Discovery 1 t PriedRl 100 OLDS Freo Jria Surest and Quickest GOTO for tell THROAT and LUNG TROUB alL t or MONEY BACK OU K CIYJJIZlTIO Dna4rJ S- Tiff BtPItAt 1ISEta1 Of IVuXKS saiis Rev Dr ltaiutordof 8t Cliurii NYv 1rb calls act the MihiV rt IMSI why Woman 14 iljf lalol He says WLtUur wo greet iit with y or hopefulness cue of the re civiliiMfion s that legislation ip en trriittf mi tjluri which are pedoiArly iv mans Oure uput H time leRtaiktto j IIIIfllt i blllldt rii With prfec Ir ri ntt itsateatwul sactewer qn aiou rdocatiu to jdr r1 lai litIngllMlllllou UK rt ilc 1111 f1rc ail motel ffesMOii tLa ni to aicsi intimate wnftffeel tin homr us ttrhns the ogjide laterals of late and lueciio pg to t wan iis uot oulj a judge bat AMrabd Ily the best jjudge It ila most aazcMOo able und unfair that in these qitTttioiii where cxpereoce M vitall and lt ber tfiiderist interests are immedia o- ftrcttd C her iutlaeuce should be cell to uu indirect inflqence and ber 8le ifI recorded at all only recordedll pressure on her hssband or her SOMtt Life has a way of outgrowing 1 ii- is jn world and vhen it does law Jigit jitl self for iif We legislate on L hundred things our fathers never Mra Ill of Iryt + latin un Tvuirt1 tho litufi f our woman howider IMS Ild item UD In thia fioioJ tviir tiiiy fom iikiiig the ada ge uii iierluT cuiniix n sense nor tbqtsrr- ct f t It iiutioo wi tjinuit its tlti R- Hft1t tv tiniu rij Tliitie1 anti p + litiral science Jfcnst e LI tiviI d euiMiMii etTTt to carry into taofmankind principles of highest BKa Iitv rid lo to ruisH aud keep aloft live as Weila t+ to defend menVelta In briiiKio about thus betetwsal better day i ura very sure U ality ahd idealism of Americaini u hood must find its place led forms part 1 have dune and tbwhat in uie lira to win for the r- r hood of of H ttion a voice in its its cfncti9 WONDERFUL XKKVK Is displii ett br many a man inK pans of acciilentil cut wr orriltiii it linckiens Arnica Sat Hill kilt tliv pain a d solo the trouble Its Ute best 4he on earth fur Pllttoo tJ at al1 druggist r Ann Itl bkPlrh pfd dMipftmJnjiY quirk r i ifri n our ripiiii ii free whotber ao ateatktnctlcl ratentaiMotreceJye1fISclestfific Bherscan e A hwMtaomclrI fllMtnled wMlllr largest dp aearorttouDCr V boXFjrrie TROCBLE i It1 t ix an exceptional to find a familj when tlx re it no dOt stic raptor oti ea inuallv tut these taco be IIUBS M bj thHVin JJr Hints Nw LifiavwilR jaround Much trouble they 8 bI hr i1tat work in stomachsit v itriubl They not only relic Ou but rare j cents at all drugAtd Neur1And ot P aJL 1 n f All pain in any discat iis ribulenttihgdartingpain that comes from the plfwif ment nerve branches oren attdis+ t oIicr piins M j Dr MilesI AntiPain iillffail cslpamst illsleaveare reliable oi r sckindlie setaeicaqt lgli They also relieve DizzuibssK Sleeplessness Ncrvoyltiess btercorPfhntnnithi neverpto nbfcj yrtuushendalepq PIUs1bSWLiOIEYCashier IDrI fluaranthattheIIfJtlairs he will return your monet25 doses 25 cents ever sold 111iI1 w lOt B 7 QUARTERLY REPORT I or TUBII r I MihAthe c re of haineo on ta 31st day of Dee 1904 msontlEI Ildiaas an1I iiKcmiDt 18570756 rdraltst enured pJh Due fruii Stat Banks and Banker + 000 Due from Tru + r Companiefl 000 Baokiugi 1Iut ini Lot 160000 OjfJOiibctgages ItT S BonrM Qoo Stek and Bonds 000 tiJweie 14332 Cwrrencj 7S3600 1197982 83496Otherjnitore and Fixtures 000 Ad to pay taxes 0001 Exenses Utt Quarter 70171 HS2 a3 LIABILITIES U3atrplneI 10478hwhich interest iie- sot paid 19086745- Depom subject to check on which interest iis paid 0 00 Demand Certificates of deposits on which interest in paid 000 Tine certificate rf deposit on which iutenst is paid 000 3tviuii dtp sits ou which iu ten is paid 000 Certified Cheek 000 dM iNaiuul Iuikt fJO State bank and buukcrs 000 te t000Qlahnriidie rediHouiitd 000 OUOTkieat000Qkpital 516366e2JHighest amount of Indebtedness satttioy stockholder person company or Arm including in the liability liabilitythetlj or indirectly if such in ofoc I paul and thek000 jvHifrheKt amount of indebtedness any director or officer if amount 8acf14nrl pertofDltnk000rfNy iucludincotupnn1fHalt membeix thereof excied 3J per icent t f I dup capita and actual tfinrulns No ast dividend 130000 uses liKwefl interests toted therefrom be f IIII I r u the hank for the period l tohtend wi elared Yes ftutt of ftvituiky CtMnty of PultOl aa- J A Tiiitidfoon Cashier of Farmers Jttad MTLII int Umkt Hank U caif J and lloin iiiir + at No Cimliin1 ttrrrls in he ttr rf Hiikiiii iii ailt county br foroinltepOlI t i t ief for ciintitiioH uf the aid llmk at the thole ot hit + inre s Oil the Ust till of Doe 1Xi to the bell of biB kaowledg- xnd belief anil conger ways that she busiii 8 + orulJ Baalc has heeD traosict ed lit the Location sawednuJ not else- crhrre And that the Above report is made 1n compliance with an official notice re ceitod from the Secretary of State desig nating the 31st day of Dec 19014rs the day on which tuch report hll be made k CnsbierkJ by J A TbomptuB the lh dS of Jan 006 1 C T BoSDCRAST Notary ptali t 3Iy term of office expires Feb 26 OS 11 T1M1 I 1EIJJoOIIJJj tliec err i H J QUARTERLY REPORT OP TH- EHIOKiIAN BANKCh t the close ol baeinooaea the 81st day of December 1901- RBSOURCES Loins and Discounts 12841727 Overdrafts secured 00 f 4unsecured 00 Doe from Nat Banks 4775392 One from Sutra Banks and Uankors 101477 Doe from Trust Companies 00 Bunking House and Lot 150000 QUiet reel estate 00 MerieageJ 00 US Beads 00 Utter Stocks and Bonds 00 J Specie 50004S I Currency 1446600 2003642 15619Otheri 27614Eurntture 00Expanses 20010581 LIABILITIES 0000000SurplusProfits 236243 Depositors as follows vizi Deposits subject to check dn which interest is not 13774288Deposits 00Demand 00Timo00Savings 00Ortified00DueXDue00Due00Bills00Unpaid00TaxesOapital stock not paid 00 20010531 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder porsou corn pany or firm including in tho liability of the company or firm tho liability of the individual members thereof directly or in directly if such indebtedness capitalstocktual amouut of surplus of the bank 1040 00 II nnTdirectorindebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank 00 Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm tho liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Amount of lost dividend 1500 00 Were all expenses losses interests and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividond and was not less titan 10 per coot of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the div- Idend carried to surplus fund before said dividend was declared All tats and expenses were paid before dividend was paid Our surpulus fans been np to the 1legal requirement for severe years Stilt if Kentucky GwHty if Fulton 3 3- II C Ps Shumate C ashier of Hick fl1Bank a hank located and doing hiuinfgo lit JC It Clinton street in the City of llioknmn in said countyI bring duly sworn sayd the foregoing Keporl U in allre spects n true slniemeni of the condition busineeet on tile 31st dllYof Dec1904 to the beet of his knowledge and belief i and further says that the business of Mid bank bas been transactedat the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re Iport is made in compliance with an official notice rcceited from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of Dec 1004 as a day on which such rea pert shall be made C P SHUMATE Cashier byC1904 W C JOHNSON N P R 1C1 Directors W H Bultzer ya LaClede Hotel S2W PER Ut11liE1I S 50c I HICKMANl MARBLE WORKS I J MrrABL1SIJEI lS t TOML DILLON Sr Propr ft tlCtor to U C Rnuirgr dtJ + hJ Marble and i- CUP anite Monument P THIN G I 3TO1TB WORK of all Kindt rr JIRON FENCING r imOkmQl1 By T I J L CO50RATClaTIOXS i John H Cullom editor of the GarlandrTexas news has written a letter of coIto the manufactures of ramberlains cough rcmcdyas follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we wonld be very sneur about him We began using Chamber wadingitcroup we hate rover betH vrithoat it in the house since that time We have fire childron and have given it to all of them with good results For agile by T T Swayne Wm S Crane of California tnJ oaf fercd for years from rheumatism and tmbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains pain balm which he did and it effected a complete cure For- eai by T T Swayno j a N tJlJArM1tY1lLITIME OF TRAIRS AT UNION OlTi orth Bound No 2 Loares dally 11 3a m- No4 LeaTMt 101 a m No 12 Leaves ttttkdtyt 130 p mouth Bound SpmNoNo 15 Leaves wk day TIO a m R V TAYLOR ono H BKALL Gal Ur c1r n1oOnI Cash Book Store t3Plenlid Selection of 3EW BOOKS8TATOHERY 8TATOHERYNOTI9IS 9L Calland aee our Stock Everything up to Sate MXRT BKEEWDM dz Co COAL sc i 250 to 500 per ton 7 Delivered promptly 4 ton or more for cash All orders for less than i ton can be obtained from small wagon that will call daily A A FARIS JR rt JJG BONDURANT Son Loans Insurance Realstate Office over Ledford A Handles store 11ICKMAN KYf t lJ w RONEVZ LAWYER flickman Ky SctthncItii d dih itit j+ s f estates Office in the Powell Corner rrV 1 FOR SAEL S l 7 Houses Lots llrt i West Hickman 1 goodtenants Jj a t are never vacant a good paying investment L1NJ1 b e