You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier: n. Friday, January 17, 1908. The Hickman courier. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908011701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: n. Friday, January 17, 1908. The Hickman courier. Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. L xe IS TIME BEST TOWN ONEIJYl1ff- fffIJ Of- IlttktrWtt ItP K- Yr W THE HIeKM1N COURIERPaper O County N Turn that Pull tAe Comma tM Ugon up thN i1Ir sctss The rffortw has if pankm Good Tnm GrslI the Rxle5 Df Your Wagon Old Mn and Lets Hitch Up ttfj iiii J o inasaorr WHOLE KO 2211 1908Y9 ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAB 1839 sr I t JANVAflT CLAINII liLt- s I t 1 r PsJJ IS STILL ON reatest Value4s= VVE BAVE Ever Offered I Is The Opinion of Everyone NO PERSON CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT t- It will enable you to lay in a supply of winter goods of every kind at prices you never thought possible for goods of such value Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks and Mens and Boys Clothing are reduced from 25 below the selling price to below actual cost to us a Not one dollars worth of goods will be carried over 4f W Price=Cutting will prevent it r This is the greatest saving chance you have ever had if y Come and judge for yourself Your must come The prices are so low that you cannot afford to miss this 3 opportunity SALE CLOSES Saturday Jan 25th L SMITH AMBERQ tz 1 a J V Y 5prr THE HICKMAN COURIER catty xs s 1M w oMr W C PRCR AHtI J C SIXTON halves sl rrrMtr11 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR er CAN IN ADVANCEI Kiu r d ml toe HtceuMUi Kotuc r I xI toB7IOMM OMd otr UMil aIM I FridaygJEIllll IF 190BI As this iii leap year probably the girls will show more judgment inI selecting tbelr husbands t GOY WUlaon ia a wry carefula business silo He bad a check lent him by the State Auditor for services rendered corrected to aa to include pay for inauguration day When is the Standard Oil compaaGo doing to pay that Coal oil ouyen are interested in knowing the date and when they must begin to lay by to htjp the swiss pany out a Cairo for the first time m many years had the lid om good and tight last Saturday TIMiIc ought to knew say that not a cbopc of intoxicating liquor cwld be had seinA Kansas paper soU two rICmeaeat with their pule to attend a teachers meetmt sad after titer I left the girls lOt dnmk The com ma should have goat after the girls but as it U the girls have gone alter the editor The man Ice total thhabs 0iII day moving to a farm white the farmers ambition is to live m the city Yet these mew rarely ex change place It fc simply a rnnnW citation of unrest that dooent do tnucn harm Wary Soho a sweetheart of Jolla jj Dooooac of Harmoney Fa from wbom he Met parted had him ar rested as a bank robber but Ice overt the girl admitted the ws JItrulnleaving A wedding will shortly take place There is a general feeling the the country needs a rest from w muck strenuoaity We CM stand U occasioally but naUonoal isnsatlna 11everynerves Lets show the tram down tIItopthe pan tune to catch the IIbreathERs became so high in New York this winter that it caused a stream dThegotitssign pauper labor but it did no pod is by way of protection on imsMt ofr the American hen befog so badly be au bind in her work A Kansas mao is convinced that advertising pays Recently be lost a u bill and advertieed m one of his Iowa papers Within three hours of thereafter be had the bill returned to itTbei Ibill in his vest pocket and now da exacUlOOperr Gcvemment Ptbecrop tnee4000000 bales as compared with ItgIthe COUOIIu grower to get ISc is by no means nolikecotton if he remains firm and kIa stiff up er lip The Veined States Court of Ap peals at Cincinnati has decided an important Ode in favor of the SUIt- ed Kentuckv and against the nation al banks The banks contended that before paying taxeson their ua divided profits and surplus were entitled to deduct the amoat thOMTbisby the courtlThe Ohio Legislature has passedl a law which provides that any operator clerk messenger or employee of any telephone company who disca es the contents of any dispatch or message sent or received from any office or such company except to a court of justice or to a person thorised to know the tame shall conviction be fined not less than 510 nor more than 5500 This would be a good law for Kentucky and I probably for other States 1 Lee J Splnr a propIMt of evil has bobbed up at cult Pa and pndtcta an sons of direful things for 1908 Thar will be famines sad earthquakes throughout the world Several of the largest cities in this Quarry will be destroyed and crops will tall Many of the plague mentioned in the Bible will be roalis ed sad the land will be Ailed with lice frogs crickets and locusts To cap the climax the world will com to an end on a Sunday hi Ute month December of this year forsome Iof the prophet failed to deIgmale- eth certain Sunday on wields there iis to be a general winding up of tr restial affairs The Kentucky Union of the Stole ty of Iquity met at HaMtfecOM 1Imrdar Speeches were tads- awiaimg Goy Wiltons charge rOM of them declaring that UK Soit ty m Kentucky was greater thus the Governor and that the national or ganiaatten eclipsed President loses velt with Secretary TWt throws The condemnation cf the vernor toot place the wry dat+ that the President of tIN Society lle dtaed to become a part of tilt list aominiatration Mr Basalt 14 clining to be PIn Manhttl has tone wry sensible thing and situ rottvr ed everybody concerned of serious embaraament whoStilt market speculation newt ensued a dollar ot wealth sod it ver will TIM farm the motor and the market place whisk yield and distribute our products make material possessions and put value into them This wealthcreat air is the legitimate business of the i I country on which depends the pros parity and happiness of the Ali CUll Let the stock marketporewatt ice can of the producer the merchant labor and capital en gaged m converting our natural into the uses and r Iadlt f society Take care of to bnnmess In this wy we shaft pon prosuerhiK There M no ether way that we can All The World a 1IIaUard j p- Mwal pan 1 carn 4MM HlSf 11MLtk I t fa- a lire Near Jordan A large stock barn owaed by S tdiagtstarSaturday morning about Ire oclock light liar hones which wore IIn the at the time the Ire was discov cct could not be readied in time be rued from the Mass sad serouslrof bay Dora sad lana IImple main TIM fire originated by a swatch which sad been dropped bore of the farm hands when be en tered the slack to feed the sfcocfc and before it was discovered the entire barn over two hundred noel square was wrapped in names It estimated that the loss wit retch 811000 partly coveted by loser CERTAIN RESULT rtllly M lloiituolty Oltlvsunl ICda11M r utr Bu ru1tluy rue Nothing uncertain about the work Deans Kidney PIUs In KentsMky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of oUfeenc SJcb evidence should convmee the most skeptical sufferer Lend ties following statement Mrs L Vralll living at 9JS Fifth St Louisville Ky says I am happy to say that Deans 1ida have brew of guest benefit and to other members of f et otCtwowere entirely cured I save r mended Deans Kidney Pttta many of my friends for tribute my presort good hearth to the use of Deans Kidney Pills It Per sale by all dealn Price SOo coals losterMilbum Co Buffalo Row York sole agents tor the Unit edStatesRemember the IIQracDoana and take no ether 1 Assists Prohibitionists Postmaster General Meyer issued an order which has direct bear IIIIOvemOfttTIle It U hereby ordered that it shall be a condition of any contract hers rafter entered into for carrying the malls upon star screen wagons messenger or special service routes that the contrast carrier shall not transport intoxicating liquor I frouponaI of mall service It veI itCHI o i 3 1 Author of The Princess Elopes h It is our new serial which begias in this tune IJ You will be pleased with the pdoeseShe fs so like an American girl jIntenselyAmericanq Yon will be pleased with tier heres Mead lie IIs Just what yeti would want a friend and American Censul te be q You will be pleased with the villUaeus Uncle He IIs such a good villian and is defeated as all villlans should be q MrMcGrathample evidence that he knows bow q The opening chapters today Dont fall to read t- hemSPRING 1lflPl q I j 19O8We are now showing NEW SPRING GOODS We invite your inspection of our new White Goods- Embroideries ryLaces Ginghams and egoPercales Etc h Baltzer Dodds D G Co Incorporated From Rrison to Congress intosCongress as a Represen KentuckyIs theRepubllcagressional district should Powers be pardoned or acquitted before the election next November This pro Wnyerlycommittee of the Eleventh congres atonal district Said Mr Byerly The Republicans of the Seventh district propose to send Caleb Pow ra to Congress at the coming Nov thatGov No Tobacco In 1908 The Scott County Board of Cc trol of the Society of Equity held a RBR prlaci pie purpose was to hear the report of beenIOlIcttinccropraised havInC tenumber of nowbelong torallecrop 2600sores have bun signed Ask the man who ses Griswold1 Field Fence if it isnt about the b thing on the marketShaw do D iI lerawortbII Barred Plymouth Rock j rLccBradly Strain FOR SALEto make room for our Spring mating A few choice Cocks and Cockerels that will bring good results Our pullets and hens cant be beat Ceme eariyI and make selections before they are ptckeJ over Jcnnlo V McClure Truy A t IHtkmaH Lets Do Something Union City and a number of small towns around Ilickman are organising Truck Growing Aseocia tions the object of which is to ra more small truck and less cot and corn and ultimately dive the town a lift by erecting canning atones I and launching new enterprises that will employ snot Our hats are nit to thsK enterpris tag towns last whats the mutter with Hick mealrDo we save to be stow that cur farmtnackJlOvtIIICw1c1H1p to 1atDeut we Hickmans surrouaiHog IcrrHswy it the beet place on tarts to relic these products It we will wire up both and holiness mawwe writI tee that our neighbors are making no mis take aa experiment Suppose we had a canning fac toryWill jziacrea pleat that w H tftotribute SOUOO to 10000 yearly be a benefit to the farmers and laborers business men and dtlseni of Pulton County suppose a farmer plant I aDd Mrlc its a few acres 01 corn 4toes aid pumpkins tic It Mcrea ed leveoue ties his of 5100 to 1000 a year With Mt every farm be worth more will it not sell for more rout for mote and the buyer or renter be more mm to take bis payments when he soils Ms pros or oath MHeatl off trade Those are tome of Ute roa sons why forms soled sear a salt slag factory sl or rout for met moneyA factory employsrw100 0300 hands Boys and girls can earn tee sums of money aftorof school doses A farmer think nothing of puti ting several hundred dollars m ra uttoMwry Why not pot SIOO or Sl10 tit a propostttea like thistJill niooueti oar he toM m cart at tine htgkast mated price At the faotory his the world for Ns market UK demand for canned goods I growing daily It puts its circulation from SSG 000 to 100000 among tanner and laborers ineteod of sending this money away to other farmers and places for ceased goods Shares to Be subscribed so that no one per son Is permitted to hold more that owe share to the amount of 300 so that the farmers business mew and ottitene are benoflUetl alike Farm ors M raise the products business men aid oKisens to lend their good will selling and consumlog Ute tMM If the farmers and busineM men bylitef hard times no market no work no mosey In droulation but be con hlvofromg gottotonal matter worthy of the serious thought of the progressive element ameng our oUtecns Lets all tan ers business men and pull togcather and establish this en terprise whisk wilt be a Godsend to I the oemmunlty in which they live Put your shoulder to the wheel And I live a lift- Lets get In the harness and task a showing for 1901 When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these or tbeStomacb I makenI toDrugglatsRestorative The Restorative iis prepared expressly for these wealIinside nerves Strengthen these DrShoopI i willcomeon reo quest by Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your health is surely worth this testSold by all dealers a A man in Cimarron saoldoutofbety thenhauled A J Get in The Garnet verywedy nor A rOIl game In the parlor w play made in the t made with the r tertatntftg Trii v OYl1T 3oCue Thrrlkld and Jns B Houtley Ai f d toNOIt r tillou Ll1 NoW Scoko StDtionory CardsN Call and Ir efitg illy LG rely Mythat BvnGu tt rmeerB T DA vis ttornni nt Call WW practicf UM flute Oft r el Darts Blocs- Htctcs4rim 3iifarmStes 111 8ana llCdllUI eTlto seeks treed ors to wokji the iii 1 M6lr IIIiItc Itithey roeord acrur T Ute sew ltrrery seas thou sfstomaUo m his rmA oheoVsng at W accurately end wur ire buttn i 11IS eoMvenient to pay n We tour 4 ITHE HICKMAN BANK HICKMAN KENTUCKY dltII tlcq i i Dr S K Davidson DEN rST otIrr QMrylqe 1111 Hickman Kentucky RS aMDeputy SheriJi and patrolman tr r v Itle home of Mown urduy night for for t luring One Tharpe wilt charged with rit locatrsi on 100 bowl which WI Mr DavWeen Fulto Notice The firm of Baltrr t Ing bsen Inoorporatfi W as Daltaer It Dodds I 1 All parties owing the acre Dodds are askf i I and settle their a aCCOUnRnlKctt I- BAtiU a Notice All perjitns holding rf by ME Strstwq forth 1 special odttlM will yr t same this week ti thu 01 with the amount ci thr tfoo i The Undort er at n 1 nwrqrers Hardware WI ii calls promptly W ptiM iI 1LiI t 1kM1 Heard On the Streets A Natcpst Mon- dayI subscriptionn- e abcs the news to 31 e e t SundayA t IICWri H Nelsn Is on the de- t It hiwf tiski- r ds was In Nashville on g J Jiii m week jduMni Carpenter spent Fri- MJ Jr City A 5 s woes ipent Sunday at n McKensle M Hubbard was In Mem C weekC erlCi for lrllh CJ UiN of Pembroke Ky ate tuy here this week g jfr and the weekly Com A itl one year for 125II L omu was here this we- ekirgtortheLCRRaI I f i b fu iron of Cfemby Texas tt- rs v Ledftrd and family q LV M arson of MoKenxle s W A Iwiford and family g a predict a warolty of a L T prepare In timeI I f iTis A 0 Carutbers and h avidion were In Union- C adi Jidfrtaker at the Farmers av telephone numbet 51 Vii Iyr 64 lull re Atwoed spent several iri i ft with Mrs Roy Clark e R Mils r 4 h and wife hue reo r Arjo after a visit with v i and familysy3 1 Bradley of Weedland LJ Ii R 1 Bradley and i ray and Sunday fur M4 garet Duncan of Louts C i es Friday ta be the guest l 1hI L Dodds for several M A under and wife of x uj neighborhood are visit tLJ her in Caruthersvtlle this atnt Cri g i Watson or Courierlp 1i ra Brown will leave in a ed fctaj t r Bowling Green where at ct T use a complete business TJf IUa to read the new story i ts Irss Elopeibeginningm J LJ MF Youll be sorry ftc i k abbs was here Sunday JohnSts5 ytattAgentv atr U r re or at the store of A S t q West Hlokman IID to a beautiful line of 5 verytitnej of Zion City i It Atrberg Uvlngjpneu a HI leaves a wife to mourn tj J lie was well known In gt orbood J Starr1 rryourtr UtllitLustersS4g attsSaturday after a short- Seu He WM 24 years old The BrownarbarlWA TED youngtet Chicagot2SCpropositionlrJ hustleJandsyeungtl orlI 34PMri I entertainedsae I Z homecGS ana moreLteamanterw entortalnIhcm servedttcourses Among other a4uenients walgf t wonpnett wereYnedtbedreception costumes I o Sickf Too bad But you kno you will recover quicker i F your prescription are compounded by pharmacists who know their business That means us And wkmarket Try us next time Coigns Drug storei Incorporated A new Opera House 1- Tel No 4 for groceries Tua Claser spent Sunday in Ful tenR c triptoFive gallons gasoline seats 115I at the Courier cerJake Plant spent a few days orIthis week in ArkanscuII triptoweekII Mrs Ed Williams of Jackson Is the guest of the family oJ1 Fu- qua I J Edgar Naylor has returned LastPrairie MCThe weekly CmmtrolalAppeal and the HIckitun Courier one while year far 125 Aunt Silvia Nelen oeUred ied In Hickman January 14 She was 95 years oldaVirginiaPrather Amberg Mrs J S DHton The largest line of laces and em broideries ever displayed IIR Hick man at Smith Arobergs Lowery Stone wife and baby pent a few days with relatives InII Greenfield Tenn this week Misseis Cordelia Cheatham and Olive Duncan 01 Union City areI visiting the Misses Cusiok this week IITheand wile of two miles south of town died Wednesday and was buried at Poplar Grove i Presiding Elder Clark will preach the Methodist Church Sunday I morning and at West Hlokman hapel Sunday sight Dont lan to him vFrankChristian church at this place reedy a call from the Christian church Corydon Ky out as yet be hastnot accepted although It will beguile of a promotion for himItW T Parham who resides one ile east of tows Iis credited by the buyers of Hickman with rals ing the best and having the cleanest cotton brought to Hlokman this Its a way W T has of things Rogers Blythe a negro from Hick I man county who has been working the Cottage Hotel was arrested his week by Deputy Sheriff Johnson and turned over to Sheriff Evans who took the negro back to Clinton Blythe must answer to the charge of illicit relations with his sister Mel Lon Kocntt aged 18 years died at her home in the Clayton neighborhood last Saturday Her to death was the result of heart failure She is survived by her husband Lon Koontz Burial at Clayton Sunday The Courier extends sympathy to the bereaved relatives A J Hammons is in town this weekIa LGrippe lbwlagrippefFaris is visiting Miss Josie Foulks In Caiuthersvillc IIthewaeMrs Stella Hall s visiting relatives ohisCarpenter childrenleftMrs B G Hale returned Wednesday from a short visit to Unioni City Mrs Payne Simmons and Uttla forfewa Mrs Alex Barnes and two little1 children are spending a few days tIS Three States The U D C met in a buslnwt session with Mrs J M Reid WeaV nesday afternoon returncplremIn Columbia S CIiThe Ladles Aid Sootety of thei ThursdayMrs m r Mr Thompson of the Medley leJ vee camp left Tuesday on the Ceo gla Lee for Memphis wrfeefLimaOhio JHubbard las weekMrs daughter tended visit to Dr and Mrs Royal Villa Ridge Ills Reports are that Robt Patterson well known here was married In Cairo Sunday He works en the steamer John S Summers Mrs C G Schlenker entertained Mesdames L A and Alex Stone and J T Stephens Saturday even Refreshments were eerved Lee Campbell of Mound City is here with hll new tug the KeelerIwill be here several I Faris Dlppels tug the MoloIIon the ways at Mound City Mrs Tom Carr died Friday at her home below Mable after a short illness She was a Christian woman vicinitySbea 44- a husband and several children to nests hrr loss J A Moore left Tuesday night a number of workmen for Ash port Tenn where he will superin tend the building of a large fortyI room boarding house and a barn will shelter one hundred head cattle and hold provisions for six These buildings are being erected by the Mengel Box Co W O Reynolds Sons wholesale grocery merchants of Unloa City were here yesterday making arrangements to establish a taught tlerThese gentlemen will erect a building here just as soon as weather tltemporary itrentedIIwholenlejII this is a large item since they have customers at many towns between Hickman and New Orleans They Ia expect to have good cold storage facilities which should enable them I offer a continued market to the stock raisers of this community tor all the stuff they raise And Hick man needs this Either Mr Rey colds or Mr Garntr will locate perI manently in Hickman i i When You Think Of Flour I Think Of GOLD MEDAL It ia tho finest flour that can bo made from wheat Manufactured by Waahburii Crosby Co Ellison Bros Sell It jam SACKS OR BARRELS x 4 Appeals To Reason Or The Whole Story jiI tWhyYOU should purchase your Hardware and Implements from the Hickman Hard ware Co during the Spring of 1 1908 ist We Buy in Larg Quantities 2nd Our 12 Years Exprience in Buying H 3rd Our Freight Rate is Lower Than a Other Towns 4nth Our Expense of Doing Business is i Small Compared With the Other Towns of Our Size 1 tMy friend does this appealto you Try us and see if we have mislead you East Texas I Smith County 10 Lands 100 Crops Plenty of Timber Good Schools i Taxes The heart of the Great Fruit and Truck Belt For tree Information address SEC COMMERCIAL CLUB Tyler Texas Burglar at State Line Tuesday night about 11 oclock store of Burrus Brasfield the depot and poatoice at State Line were broken into and thoroughly ransacked The last place visited by burglar was the depot in which also located the postoffice and before leaving the place he un awoke the negro porter who was sleeping in the building As soon as the intruder left the negro porter notified Mr Brasfield waIbrought back to State Line ISheriff Seat was notified of de JahnWileyWileys blood hounds were taken to the store and put on trail of the slore breaker finally winding up where the man was held in custody- Light turned on the vistage of the burglar proved him to be a saddle colored negro He gave his nam as Will Massy and said his home was at Memphis When closely pressed the negro onecentIlater found along his race course He is now in jail at this place grandjury Mrs Henry Cowgill enterUined the Euchre Club Wednesday after noon Besides the club members there were several invited guests There were four tables and Mrs C G Schlenker won the prize a pot of Narcissus in full bloom Second a box of candy was won by Mrs T T Swayne on a cut The guests Mesdames C L Walker John S Dillon Alex Stone W H Baltxer F S Moore and Misses Irene Faris and Nell Rogers Ambrosia cake and coffee were served Mr DcPrictt has returned to his home in Memphis after a visit to Henry McMullin and family- w + INothing Doing Yet On the first joint ballot by the General Assembly and the secondI ballot taken for United States Sena tor J C W Beckhams pole agar showed that it was not long enoug b to knock the senatorial plum Beckbam received 66 votes i Bradley 64 i John B Castleman 1 i John L Dodd 1i Charles K Wheeler 1 David W Baird 1i J Wheeler Campbell 1 with Representative E T Llllard of Boyle county not vot ing and W J Jackson of Hick man and Henry Dcnhara of Met calf not being present How will Jackson voteor willl he vote at all andLeeeDay Jackson and Lee Day services willl be held at the Methodist church nextl Sunday evening at 7 oclock under the auspices of the U D c at which time the following program will be rendered Voluntary choir SengItPrayer Rev C L Price Cornet soloNearer My God to TheeProl Hunajkcr Reading Jackson and Lee Miss Allle Dodds Music choir Address Rev Waters AmbergSketchLareu Miss Anna Outlen Song choir BenedictionAll veterans are especially invited Jury List The jury list for the January term of the Circuit Court is as follows ORAXD JUROR- ST J Gordon Wm Young W A Dodds E C Carter O B Curlin Adkins Cole Geo Madden Lee Roper W B McGehee W F Montgomery W L Elliott W E Matlock W D Sigmon J W Thomas T H Howell J T Burton D D Davis Jno R McGehee M A McDaniel C L Walker PETIT JURORS Joe Browder Eugene Betters worth H P Johnson H F Rem ley J W Rogers Wm Stoker James Sanger J P Plant S W Gouger J R Donnell W J Monan Will Boyd George Blatsengame Charles Cruce E M Brown W G Adams Val Carpenter J L Atwell J T Stubblefield A M Lunsford J T Crafton Maurice Dillon W H Mayes W B Jones Sr Mar t gan Davidson T N Fields T DI J Ferrill Lon Naylor S H Sweeney I a F 7 I a Route Four Who said no more items from Route tour frombJones W Davy has moved to his 0 new home and we will miss him from a this community Inez Bynum and Lottie Beaver spent one night with Mrs Martha Roper last week Henry Treaie moved tour of his children from the family grave yard to Rush Creek Tuesday Will Holly was burled Sunday at N 3 oclock in Cayce cemetery by the M W A Death was the result of pneumoniaAs is our first lettsr since 1907 we wish to greet one and all with many good wishes for a happy and successful year Rush Creek Mrs Sid Smith is convalescent from an attack of lagrippe Mrs Jeff Davis has had a spell ofrlagrippe but is improving now The mumps have invaded our neighborhood Mayme McClellan Is a little patient now with that dis ease Mrs Mary Barber and daughter neighborhoodMrs Sid Smith last Saturday We wonder what kind of weather the clerk will dole out to us next We cannot expect sunshine all the time neither do we want rain but oh we do want good roads The Mud Creek levee is simply horrid Indeed It is so bad that ladles will not venture to town a Christian Church Bible School at 930 a m Preaching and communion service at 1100 subject Obedience to the Gospel Evoalng service at 7 tOO subject Prayer All members I are requested to be present next Sunday morning as a matter ot Importance iis to be brought before the congregation F H VBRMOR pastor Valuation Increased The Fulton county Board of Equa lization raised the assessed valua countyS75000 t i Last year the same board raised makling k of 275000 w c i II I Mill Remnants Never before have we succeeded in obtaining from the manufacturers such remarkable concessions from prevailing prices ThoulanJis of yards of all kinds of cloth Calico Domestics Gingham Percales Chambray Cheviots Shirtings Sheeting Dress Goods White Goods Linens Silks Fabrics of every description in lengths suitale for making all kinds of garments are here on sale as long as they last at prices representing but a fraction of their value Here are prices of some of them for your consid oration Look at them Calico worth 7 and Sc in ihcrt lengths Jc Beet Se Calico in lone pikes 6c r Solid blue Chambray Gingham tOe quality6cH- ope Domottic wide bleached worth 12 L2 9c L 15 and 30c Chambray solids i short lengUii Be p lie wfafte Linen FlnUh S iU g yard wWe lOc i ISc white Indian Head yard wide lOc pI- Se Lontdale Cambric yard wide lOe- 3So Mercerised Oxford WaItings1212c Sc Gihgbam Apron chucks 5- Amoekeag Anron Chocks bOlt lOc qwlltySt1- 1e fancy Dress Gtagbama beg assortmentlD 50 60 and 75c Silks many colors and kn4 38c 12 12 sad ISc Suiting and Walxttngsk12 l2c fancy Gobtlin Drapery 80 40c white mer erix d Table Damask 2iT- Sc fancy Oil Table Lisa splendid dth49a And hundreds of otht rs jott as good leery piece plainly marked with number of yards and prlte LOOK AT THESE A few tens taken at random from the thousands of bargain offered Hope Domestic yard wide bleached 12 12c everywhere at Oc Mens 100 Shirts Monarch and F McK big assortment all sizes ehotaeJOe Ladies Vests and Pants fleeced knit Underwear 35 and JSc ojuaUty 19e 125 AU wool Broadcloth 52 inches Wack brown blue and tGnaen- aHeavy Fleeced Undershirts big assortment SOc to 75c vaIJ6cl- Oe Wide Embroidery JWgwg and Insertions Se Dress Good Sale Splendid Wool Drtt Good like thc never offered at prices like those In UK Mi tort of Hidrman 125 all wool Broadototh S3 tsehes61e S5eIt 44liehe4iloA- bout 30 pieces solid Mack Drew Good worth TSc to lSO AaI SOc Drew Good Waok and Hfht fancy plaids yd wide 3tc Solid black half wool Drew Good Ptna ma Danish woa e 19c 100 Panama S3 mehe Waft and colors 790 Handkerchief Sale Record breaking bargain in La dies and Mens Handkerchief Immense assortment and big valves Lathes lOc Handkerchiefs plain and fancy 4c Ladie pure linen handkerchiefs 4c Ladies ISc HandkerchiefsScL- adies 25c Handkerchief 13 l3a Menu lOc Handkerchiefs plain or fancy So Menu ISc Handkerchief plain or fancy lo r Sale Wonderful bargains are to be had actual value 600 strictly all wool 104 white blankets 445 450 all wool 104 blankst 33S a50 white 104 heavy blanketst e at 248 125 and 150 cotton blankets white and fancy 98c 100 cotton cotton blankets 58c c Silk Sale A sMIc stle rithout a paraHcl at the price tn then SUts A Wc acwrimeiit abut Si pjeqcs many colors of Solo otte and 7So lffeta and China silk Cbtna 36 m BtaoV TufetaSWc 1JC quality 1S9 u i ogo t 100 and 13S Taffeta Silk Mack and colon 9So- ISc quality 19 Inch Taffeta Silk soHd and rancy 7e Hosiery Sale The biggest bargain we have ever given in Mrns Women and Childrens Hosiery Extra good ladles plain Mack seamless Hose 8c Childrens heavy ribbed Hose So Splendid quality ISc Hose ladles and children 10c 25c Hosiery fine heavy mixed and plain sox extra good quality Se- Men fine fancy and plain 20 and 2Sc Sox 12 I2c o41UVOQV LSPIIO OVERCOATS I7Blanket quoteed blaukets79c7- 5c qualIty19cM- ens eachwhich u STARTS Jan and through January to FEBRUARY THE FIRST ii Look at29Wht-te Silk Rug Sale Here are some present ing opportunities for purchasing at nominal and floral designs 150 Velvet Mat Rug85c150 Rug9Bc500 Velvet Rug 85 1650 Tapestry Art Square 9x12 for only 1335 3000 Art Square 9x12 1598 2500 Velvet Axminlster Art Square 9x12 1875 SATURDAY9 oclock a m we open our doors to public to the vuivV a recent trip to market found conditions such that caused HUTJI disc and we have secured for this sale a big tisvru prices fj In addition to this new merchandise we havt gon This combination will nwko this Flu tho most Huool still wi hats over I to allow UH to make final preparation marking down sad renrruu lad stnek u crowds and will everything nmrked in PLAIN FIGURES so thrtt you ran i fund your money on any artiolo unnutiHfnotory any rensnn whetv Q Linen Sale Great reAiott iU pete tn alt terse Liners A rare ofptrMwRr ikr savtog Look at these prices 15o quality Ltnoa EtotUi ittg1Qe3- 5c and 4Oc yard wtde ttJIbr tar heavy quality IN SOo Handkerchief and Iririi Linen MM pure Linen 480 100 Handkerchief Linn beMiUM qval Ity 1l1 135 Linn Sheeting 90 tndbw wide Nc 10 lich Liner 3f isellig150 q Utyl29 Towel Sale Leek at the of these towel The mott extraordinary ever oAered Come and seeherss lOe Turkish bleaohed and horsy comb towels 4a lSc large towels wok Turkish and honeycomb all kinds Sc Extra good quality union towel lOc Fine Damask fringed linen towels plain and colored border large size 25 and 35c values 19c Fancy fringed Napkins dos 85c Heavy white large sire napkin Linen Damask Damask Damask pure Dammtk We have stock some hundred Mens Suits Overcoats made the best materials actually 1250 and up 20 offer close out during this sale ridiculous prices of 750This any or Overcoat have the CHOICE 750 SALE 18 continuos bargains very unusual handsome Rug priece Rich oriental Smyna Brussels the thaw for price Notion Sale Here number of staple articles offered at much les than usual prices presenting chances saving of the utmost magnitude 2Sc table and SOc sofa pillow tOpl1Ocl- Oe cotton Ball Heavy bleeohed cotton toweling Window shades 23c 150 large size heavy Marseilles white bed White Goods Sale White 1elrNatO1t ClllII us Isr i ctt NMs l M USiitve Hole arfco It ths liar 1Se yard wale ail lOr- I LoftMfatc QxmMe lee 10a anti ISc 12 kMNa Lr k 35e aid o plain ad taro asenstlse- dWaltir SOc fellow Taffeta WnJottef 1v 2Sc sod JSc Inncy Dotted MuslM And nary others IquaJly ai pod Table Sale The ipoot romartablc reduction of values hi Table Limn noer kiowr in Htekman OfportH flio for saving Idee then icMom come Turkey tabk doth JOe vahKltc Lacy colored table phmdsd doth 75c value 4fc Whit mrr rtaed lave 40c values 39c Fancy wide white meroeriied ta Melinon 49e 60e IMM white table 49c 13S 704neh wMte linen ta 93r a COO tF v MI NS SUITS AND in several and by tailors of fine worth 1500 1800 to we to at the means Suit we in house Saturday a a Revertible 3x6 Axminlster 3 fortunately I r a 45c are a for oil oloth19c2-Sc 7C 4o quality spreads98c c j eat i tee 9Mk Ilk le rod oil ble 750 Three Cent Sale This iis not trash but necessary useful articles of splendid quality pricedInquatllyPocul Bolt Pins Dress Buttons Hair Pin Hooks and lye Talcum Powder CombsSaftyNeedle Tablets RnvelopOiInkSoapPenholders Furioti COATS For Ladies i rer A furious nipi Cloak 1lpruii nt loft drat you will lut of buylttx H omit r r this sonsous l nwt IIj nt ulto bqgliuiiBff of M i s o- ntld asplel1Y I SOmsSfibItDitV1D uf t I LAD Ti So- X000 1100 U50 JSn 5041 MISSES LONG COATS 150 Coats roiliMid to 300 J50 500 750 WANTED Extra Salesmen Saleswolflej Hickman Ky ELLIS11 r lit i j VARY 18thrMtr gathered together in Hiekman Our buyer making to make reductions lines of merchant x i s great on many l c 4 and other attractive merchandise away below current L t k making reductions in prices from 10 to 50 per cent pn tht flrtit doytiNturdtty morning ut 9 oolook Our store is now closed morning We will hnvo n l nnp forno of oxtrn swlesjmople to holp sorvo oho inpldto siitlsfnotion to ovory customer and will tuko buck exohnnt o or r- ortHt pDTOXXIptlV ett O OolOOlSL Laces tirrriiM f redMitatt tf pittas of aad dafartr Laco 1c t tlie liiM tae sg tciatest- k ejualtty Val LctosM- IOMOt 11 tlitt atta 1 fbrotrHWH ltb l I dtrt Lk vSLatII i IC 1 likl0 It lie ute aGe List Ewes lOc- i itra who Triaa g Loeeo IOc qaktyk ctions RAPS rent Infants Inl strikes our II IH HO little prior exponsort prmon want lbr1Iht I oats I raw fJ1gtDJ + you- T 198 j98 l I + 8 + 8- 9th 8 L1rrn Bearskins Plushc tIf 9k 198 398 Domestic Sale TMs oflerwg of staple DooBosUos at pdas grNal afltrti osroM Iwyem MfftrtSHil tlec for suvlMf ar M1try Moe rat kid far a long time Doe DomotOc Mnoiie yntil wWcMMto obod1 epMSts k7 l 3cyard wMt Brawn DoweoUe heavy at kISc no Ty MM MiUKf lOc 1219c ouc PUts1 90 94 bfow SbooUMf 24 l9c 12 l2c Heavy cotton IuM1100 Boys Clothing Sale The MttoM at wfckh three boys kaec paM MIa ire oor 4 MTOMM smart wr MOnMM IRV IIII M are zxrt7krd IJO to 240 btys kMoc pest s 4tMe IMVoJOO i lft J 10 to 0400It II 1M 4J0 te 600 1 I M J9t lie Ili yulal19c7- k + 44c 131II H Me at mean for Underwear We offer in nhis sale big assort ment of realty fine Expensively trimmed under wear of Gowns Skirts Drawers Covet Covers and CHemise at half their actual or cheaper than you can buy the ma terials This is very much cheaper than you can buy these at any time of year and an Inspection of these will you All olferod at prices from 9lc down r 1I1JFIACTTLCUS I fi Ten Cent Sale TIle price at which these articles of Enamelware are offered is little short of miraculous Ten cents for any of them and any one would be cheap at 25c You must early to avoid the rush 6quart Pudding Pans 12 In wide extra deep0c f 4 quart Stew panl0c4qu-artBake Pan large sizeH1Oc13l- ncbt Wash BaslnHl0c4quart Preserve Kettle1OCt6quart covered Tin BuoketHJOc4nuarl Coffee lOc f Eire proof Stewer large she with handleMOI0c I High Grade Augur Bits lOc f SO feet Galvanized Wire Clothes LSne10cSO Ib Spring balances 10c Carpenters 1S Inch steel Squaresl0c2c Curry Combs Hml0cIt- ocl Butcher Knle1OcFi-De 8omporcelain new hand painted rose effect flCFoeyI Large sise Berry Bowls Fruit Table Dish I es Celery Trays fancy Bowls DIshII nc P i Pttohers eworth up to 2Sc J are Pans 12 38 Piece We offer in this sale an of the Howard Skirts in and St latest models at prices Just cost of We have them It brown and navy 098 1000 593 600 500 198 Pant We an of Moos Pants In this sole for style ft anti at prices wy below aetnal vatac Mos 1 JO PntIla-W 200 135 WI 400 MOM 1500 Mans Genuine J50 We have Pant have been trade qual about value repay come deep blade Bowls Pants Sale Trunks Suit Cases and Bags offered m this sale at extraor prices at those 2BO Trunks 500 Trunks 1000 Trunks 150 Suit Suit eaosHH1il81000 Suit Cascs198 1 LOOK THESE Here some like this ever offered before Genuine French Brier Plpel10cfi quart Milk H5c12 inches Wash BaslnlHSo26 mob Steel Hand SawsHH25cChair Seats 1Oc Dinner SetH 150 Skirt Sale famous perfect style representing about materials tflfiok Panamas Taffetas andYettt 1201 1rl4lH HHCilSa- tH391H298100at Mens Sale prosoftt assortment unwrpawad quality Putts2SlnmlJSCorduroy Pants135- Mows Corduroy Pants285 Traveling AT tremendous bargains Nothing Perforated assortment JOII Shirt The prices at which these shirts arc offered afford ground for much wonder But we have the and oiler them at the prices quoted MOMS Monarch and F McK 100 shirts alt sues and patterns SOc Chittts 150 to 250 extra fine shirts odds and ends100M- au 150 to 250 Wool ShirtslOO Mess blue and fancy work shirts 45c flannel ed big assortment all slues 50 to 75c values 35c fur in we at of ity the Pot one Lace Curtain at the prices on goods and come look at the curtains You will find unusual bar 3 12 yard new 209 Curtains 3 12 longl35 Bobriut Curtains pretty net 198 3yard Curtains 125 and 50 and 75c Shams 15c Shoe Sale We carry an immense assortment of PETERS DIAMOND BRAND SHOES a whioh are not excelled by any Complete for and Boys Women Misses and Children During sale we wilt sell any of at considerable reduction lar prices and many broken lots of odds and will be disposed of at prices ing but a fraction of real value Mens Great io price on all Furniehings Shirts Collars Neckwear Handkerchiefs Under wear Suspenders Umbrellas Socks 4 Monarch 100 lOc Handkerchiefs 5c- I SOc 35c SOc 50 and 25c Fancy SOXH15c i CLO1N OlUJI PURt t + CLOTIIING stock several hundred Young Mens Long Suitsages 16whichwe selling 1000 1250 1500 and 1750 To 3 50close out during sale offer choice of any suit for these ages 350 3 50 EeE This dont certain suits means choice of ANY them 35011 e I I Muslin Sale a consisting garments Trunk dinarily redacted Look atHJOO at39SatH79BCatcaH9ScJ- oo Sale goods Undershirts heavy Sale Look these then them very gainsHandsome wide curtains 350 values patterns548 yards 250 Nottingham Lace 150 valuu98cLace Curtains39cL- ace Pillow wrappers and Cash Boys Apply Today Hickman Ky 4 lines Men this them from regu ends representrtheir I r Furnishings Sale 1 reductions Mens ShlrtsSOcJ- ic Neckwear20c Suspenders Undershirts35c YOTTNC M IENS 14 15 this but high other Cake Meos Millinery Sale Prices at which we are offering this handsome Millinery are almost beyond belief Trimmed Hats choice or9Sc200 and 300 trimmed Hats 49c 35 50 and 75c Caps for Ladies Misses and chUdren2ScS- ilk and Bear Skin baby Caps 50 and 75c values 39c A big lot of 25 50c baby capslOc A big lot many colors silk velvet worth 75c to 150 a yard 29c I SALE STARTS YfI I Saturday Jan 18 and continuesOthrough January to FEBRUARY THE FIRST 4 UL t + J f YJ ti r- rocr COit CHAPTER I It ti rather difficult In tbee days for a roan wino takes such want interest In foreign attain trust a whltota diplomat for thltIo follow the con tinual geographical disturbances eft European surface Thus 1 ran not distinctly recall the exact toeattan of the Grand Duchy of Itanehoit or oft the neighboring principality of Do polklnn It meets my nee U nrd pr poses however to My that HerlUi and Vienna were easily aooesetble and that a three hours Journey would bring you under the How of the Carpathian range where la my dip a malic days I wed often ta hunt the bur that walks like a man DarscfaeU was known among her sis ter states as the meddler tile maker of trouble and the take as Old OntinpyHratrmbar To me a familiar Yankee expression Barschett had a finger IB every pie Whenever there was a political broth making whether In Italy Oeraiany or ArIa Barscelt would Match up a ladle and start in She took care of Iter own affairs so easily that she had plenty ef time to concern hersoit with the af fairs of her neighbors Thia la not to advance the opinion that BarscheU waa wholly modern tar from It The fault of Danohelt ray be traced baak to a certain hlsterleal pillar ef salt easily recalled by all these who at tended Sunday school Knbeerlng Is a vulgar phrase and I disdain to use IL When a woman looks around It IIs Invariably a portent of trouble the ii man forgets his Important engage meat and seas amuck knocking over people principles and principalities It Aspasla had not observed PerMes that memorable day If there had net been an oblique slant to Calypsos eyes as Ulysses patted her way If the eager Delilah had not offered tae vorable comment on Samaons ringlets In tact It all the women In his tory and romance had gene shoot their affairs u thy should have done what uninteresting reading history would be today Nomthls Is a story et a woman who lookeor around and of a roan whe did sot kp his appolntBient OB time out of a grain et sand a mountain Of course there might have beer other causes but with these Im not famil iar This Dnohy of Darschelt Is worth looking Into Imagine a country with telegraph and telephone and medieval customs a country with electric lights railways surface oars hotel elevators and ancient laws Something of the customs of the duchy must be toM Ini the pasting though for my part ImIi vigorously against explanatory pas sages la stories of action JtcarlleNU bristled with militarism the lltUe man always Imitates the big one but lacks the big mans excuses Mill II tarism entered Into and overshadowed J the There civic IwII do Ii eat and sleep only you must net sleep out loud The citizen of Danohelt was I bemmed In by a set of laws wblchIhad their birth In the dark dungeons of the Inquisition They congealed the t blood of a man born and bred In a commercial country If you broke a I law you were relentlessly punished there was no mercy In America we make laws and then hide them In dull looking volumes which the public have neither the time nor the Inclination to read In this duchy of mine It was different you ran Into a law on every pebliebuildlagwhich told you that you could not do something or other Forbidden The beauty of German laws Is that when you learn all the things that you can not do you begin to find out that the things you can do are not worth a hang In the doing As soon as a person learned to read he or she began lire by reading these laws If you oould not read so much the worse for you you had to pay a guide who charged you alntoet as much as the full cost of the line The opposition political party In the United States Is always howling mill tarism without the slightest Idea of what militarism really Is One side please In Darsoheit when an officer comes along or take the consequences It you careleesly bumped Into him you were knocked down It you ob- jectedi you were arrested It you truck back ten to one you received a beating with the flat of a saber And never never mistake the soldiery for the police that Is to say never ask an officer to direct you to any place This Iis regarded in the light of an In suit The cub lieutenants do more to keep a passable sidewalk for the passage of said cub lieutenants than nil the magistrates put together How they used to swagger up and down the Kontgsstrasso around the plats In and out of the restaurants I rn member doing some tidestopping my- uit and I was a diplomat supposed to be Immune from the rank dlacourte ales ef the military Duttat was early in my earor In a year not so remote u not to be readily recall d the United States packed me off to Darsehelt because I had nn undo who was a utnator Sonic par era wore givenI me the per BiUslOB to bang out a shingle reading I DrffAR1EIJ MfclZlMHr QrfiNQY 1BO 4 W American ConsulI and the promise of fa board and keep My amuse menta were to be paid oat of tale own pocket Straightway I purchased three horses round a capable Japanese valet and selected a eoay hewer near the barrack wMeh stood west ef the Voiksajnnen on a p tty lake A lieu Ufnl sad ran seer this body of wa emeersDbegan to pass comments on the riding of that wild American As I detest what is known as park riding yon way wry well believe that I drrl 4 the like at a slip which must haw IISt- bn eye of the aeysmln eArors II grow quite chummy with a few ol them and I may speak of occasionI when I 4M not Mep off the sidewalk U they came sling A wan does more toward gaining the affection of for efpners by giving a good dinner non and then than by Inlematlenal law named considerable hale by my little dinners at MuttersI rathskeller under the Continental Mold Six months passed during whteh 1 rode reed drove and dined the actual llabors of the commute being erred for by a German elect who knew more sheet the bustninn then I dM- lly this you will observe that diplo mosey has degenerated Into the gentle art of exciting Jaded palsies and serlbaHnR ones name across pass ports I knew of no bettor definition I forgot what the largest of my once was Presently there were terrible de IIngs The oW reigning grand duke de sired pease of mind and moving d terminedly toward this sad he de quad In public that Me rains the young and tender Princess HlMepanlo saeuM wed the Prince of Dopnerklnn whose vineyards sere him a nne In Denis This was finality the arenas lar guardian pad waited Ilong enough for pia wittiest ward to make up her mind as to Ute selection of a suitable hatband now he determined to take a panel In the matter And yes shall see how well he managed t- It IIs steely necescary for roe ta state that her highness had her own Ideas of whir a husband should be like gathered no doubt tram execra pie translations from OuMa and the oasis Iba Rraddon A girt ef 20 usually has a terminable regard for romans and the princes was fully up to the manner of per kind If she eeuM set marry romantically she teeiused to marry at Ur- I i CAR readily appreciate her mete perturbation I de net know pox man prineeftags she thrvst Into utter dark lRaaithat one too short and when one happened along who was without vis Ible earmarks or signs1 ef being shop- sworn her refusal was based upon Just Because a weapon as Invincible as the fabled spear of Parsifal She had spurned the addresses ef Prince Mlscbler laughed at these of the Count of tape short dash Indicates the presence ef a hyphen and General Muerrlsoh of the em I perors bodyguard who was Im sure good enough In his own opinion for any woman Every train brought to the capital some suitor with a con scatted hyphenated name and a pedl gree as long as a bores Idea of s The Princess Hlldcgrade funny story Hut the princess djd not care for pedigrees that were glnteyed or bowlegged One and of of them she cast aside as unworthy her consideration Then like the anelentl worm the duke turned She should I marry Doppolklnn who having no wife to do the honors In his castle was wbollracrlleable The Prince of Doppelklnn reigue- over the neighboring principality II you stood In the middle of It and were a baseball player you could throw s dlreotlon I sthewat PtOfllwe tnaslg which I believe designates as Illuminated proboscis When be wasntI IeepInglnmIllIngDObodyto find him And besides he mlg I TODAY AS HE MADE THE LAST PAYMENT on his VICTOR he remarked urr I had waited till i Rot enough money to pay cash tor It I never would have owned a VICTOR how It Is paid for and I havent missed Ihe money paid for It Just so Youll never lath the easy payments and can enjoy the fine music while it is being paid for Suppose you drop in and see us about U today Ellison Bros 1LHickman Ky Just as well sleep In his cellars u In his carriage tor he arter rude a horse If he could grt out of doing saelie was really goal nalared and eaeygo I ee4iI verely and you eoald tell pins a Jake cote and depend upon Ms tHtdentamt lIng It Immediately winks Is ware than 1 can My for the duke Years and yon am the prince tad had a son but at the leader age et three tile boy had run away from the castle confines and no one ever heard of him shafts The remotes ef the prince whispered among thwntelves eNSpetcompulsory military service liMIt the bays age precluded this aecnatlon The prince advertised after tilt cash teni of those times sent ont detectives and notified his various braihnrs but his trouble went for nothing Net the beowad So he was mourned fee a sea son regretted and then forgotten the prince adopted the grape arbor I sax the prince once I do net Mane the Princess HIMegarde for her rebellion Tile setae was net only old he was tit and ugly with Mule elephant Jlke eyes that were always veinshot restless and tan ef miwhlef He might have made a good father but I have nothing to prove this These bottles ef sparkling Meselle which he failed to dispose of to the American trade he pre to his brother In Ilarsohelt or drank himself He was r6 years Id- A nephew three times removed was waiting for the day wnen be should wabbls around In the princes shoes He was a lieutenant In the dukes bodyguard a quicktempered heady chap Well he never wabbled around In his uncles shoes for he never got chases weekyhater I heard a great deal about the princess She was a famous horse woman This made me extremely anx lout to meet her Yet for nearly six months I oases even get so much as a gilrapie of her Half ef the six months he was traveling through Austria and tine other half she kept out ef my war not Intentionally she knew nothing of my existence simply tats snared us about blindly At court she was In variably Indisposed and at the first court ball sine retired before I arrived rot asset all times galloped over all rod but serer did I see her She rode alone too part of the tlumia The one picture of her which I was lucky enough to see had been taken when the was six and meant nothing to roe In the way of Identification For all I knew I might have passed her on the road She became to me the Princess In the Invisible Cloak pass tug me often and doubtless deriding my efforts to discern her My curt osity became alarming I couldnt sleep for the thought of her Finally we met but the meeting was a treat surprise to us both This meeting happened during the great hubbub of which I have Just written sod at theme time I met another who had great weight In my future affairs The princess and I became rather well acquainted I was not a gentle man according to her code but In the historic words of the drug clerk I was something Just as good She hon ored me with a frank disinterested friendship which still exists I have yet among my fading souvenirs of diplomatic service halt a dozen notes commanding me to get up at dawn and ride around the lakes something like 1C miles She was almost as reckless a rider as myself She was truly a tae moue rider and a woman who sits well on a horse can never be aught but graceful She was In tact youth ful and charming with the most mono nificent black eyes I seer beheld In a Teutonic head witty besides and a songstress of no ordinary talent If I hid been In love with her which I solomnljr yoW I was nettI should hue called her beautiful sad exhaust adJeoUetivesThe turmoildray narra tire lay In her education I hold that a Herman princess should never be educated save as a German fly this mesa to convey that her education not go beyond German liters ture German history German enerIlion of laws German manners en German passivity and docility The Princess Hlldegarde had been edu gated In England and France whlrbI simplifies everything or I should sty to be exact complicates everything contemptehedgeshiHutawMla h speaking people she turned the nI native land her heels filled with Ibel importance of feminine liberty ef- thought and action hence she be- I came the bramble that pr Me4 the grand duke whichever way be iurnr4 Ills days were fined with horror hi nights with mares which dM not have boxstalls In his stables Never eeuM be anUetwale her Ia anything On that day he ptaerd guards around the palace she wrote verses or read modern fiction the mo mat he relaxed Ms vlgilanre she waa away en some heartrMMHng escapade Didnt she seandaMse the noMHty oIulll up a hiMwar tad riding hr famous Mack Meoklenbnrg rros roun try Hadnt she flirted owtragronily with the French attache and deliber ately turned her bask on the Ulanminister at the very moment too beIto a small piece nf land In tilt Hal bans And most terrible of all to re late hadnt she ridden a shining bier ale up the Konlgsstmsse In broad day tight and In bifurcated skirts besides I shall never forget the tad g nation of the press at the time of this last escapade the strobe of aamnlexy whfeh Ibeedecd the duke sod the n MN with re Nrr 4 wtMnw whlrb the princes om pled one whole week They burned the offensive htryeleIn the oourtyard ef the palace r r me nluusly taeand tht prtMoM h4 wN ntssed this solemn polo eta ft few her barred window It Is no strnen upon the Imagination to eswjwe up the picture of her floe tape hoe threat enlng hands her eemphwed lips her tar ss flasntng eyes seek tow her beautiful new wheel wrtth iM totd en the Maalng Ingots Hut wtint tite dears was a poor duke to do with a nieceI tike this For a time 1 feared that the Vail N Stales sad the Oran4 Dneny of Mar scbett wcwM serer dlplemaltc role floss The Meyele was uefretaeal eye of American make and Ute Mn Jav lasers wroti to me personally that they eonsMMisI themselves stressty In suited over the artlen of the duke Diplomatic notes were exvhnmfed and I finally prevailed upon the drAe to state that he heM the wheel barmkwe and that hie anger had bees lirctNl solely agslnet his niece TAI inter was duly forwarded to the manufsr turns who after the manner 01 IIIHjj kind carefully altered the phrasing and used It In their magxJn a herItlsempHts nWHe M far apixaneH that they offered me my selection Gram the private stock HappMy the duke never read anything hat the Ftlgmde Illatter and Juiced end thus war was averted Liter aa automobile agent nmed the leant the nearer MMIng of hertJ t Mghneae but he was so uwerenV i thaIhisdancers castanets 1t1 a great country fur ezpedltloreneor aa you will find It you do me the honor to follow ma to the end So the grand dnke sworn that his niece should wed Doppefttan and the princess vowed that she would net The man who had charge e my heroes said that one of the pawee melds had whlohbdandhison the road I was compelled ta listen to his gOMlp mentbUmItep pelklnn The Princess What that old red nOle1 onlywhereThe Grand Duke youloretohearpableor I The Princess tolemme I scandalousI i msThe I ottl dDuti thrOMllhutel I IrhloolleetlilnIt i II tootorouttIn i thltduke hisdl w1tla i whllotbehlfdoafwillful but I wholl herInI thepollulacedaughter of the favorite sea dead I tttll 7ttlt Had tkatjraa caeujh 1 for them Whatever she did was sigh and proper Hut the hardhosilvd luke had the power to say what should bo what and ho willed1 It that the Prin tees Illldegsrde should marry his old comrade In arms the Prince of Deli pelkinn CHAPTER II As I havo already romarVml I used frequently to take long Ades Into the country and sometimes I did not return till the following day My clerk was always on duty sad the work never appeared ta make him round shoulderedI horses for years but to threw a leg over a good mount na- to s we one ef the groaleat phMMtres In the wwW I delighted In stepping at the old feudal Inns of studying the stolid Gorman peasant of drinking from steins unemrkeil those hwtdte years ef Inepectlng ancient armor sad gathering trIMng romance at tached thereto And often I have ha the onumge ta stop at some quaint erutflUtag BeWoss or enntle and ask for a nights lodging for myself and horse femem It ever dM I meet with a refusal I possessed the whtanejenl knish tat pteldng nut strange MaeVs nuts rldle on fist night SWMP dwn tram the isaweapped mMBUw I had a of poetry In my irises Unit had never been eempltimty worked cal and I was always WMEtwing that at Use very nut I sidwl or tan 1 woe to Mt some defcoiaWe aivmiture I wwa sonly 51 and Innrdtnalely raM nf my tilglHSi 8 Ifi gray WvH VOfV firers Ita keels a ntae terfe eat wnMe stock sad never a pal ar cap UN the snow Mew I deed In htnsjb when the peasants asked leave ta tosMl ma a oas or to ran bask and tn4 the ana I lad prese +wtby INt lyOne fight Die ddeetslh anvealwre far wMah I was always Manhnt como my way sad I was wholly anprepareJ tor It- I h4 taken the taath hUkwny that whleh seeks the vnttey behead the lake The inoeafHm lay misty nson verytheng on the faraff mke an the great shards ef tares aM gleeaor above me en the loot white road strtrtched set before me rinaua urge High np Ihs new an tbe mountnins reicmbled lags opals Nt la aatvtbyit I was madly X mUws from the cut that Is ta say I had Mea la in MuMl some six beagleIeledy test a ket messenger will tide a Itere mur+r Art mile an hour 1 aaat about lee plat ta ahead the right There x na layers m chit sad the heedta had passed dnitng the hwt hoar eater id na tkaMar for nvy torse aUden I atoerN s pond w tM sand I ItaW ha Yaw I was Aeafcknic It was a iiaiMftag tattering eM enatla swiM SK In the rants of a rtesasr at firs tad the tllea af the raatn asnl the lly f tine towers were salasns sttver willp JM heavy raM of dews Lay Chlae aniaad ber bled whta lied sad broke late a tree na knaw earner than I that there sere race treeRrend the tress We rode aa A11110rgMcMdpie and I IMsMMnMNIl9v RtBlt datfHilt I triad tine into The taak a ng MOS line a paralysis peed vvtoatty Diana InaMe had natMac ta test ham three oataMe I graanad aa Van bar and pushed In lINt ante ChaM htOawiag knawingu at mr beds ruin teal U o rmnbiioa mat an my tiara Chta whmnifM asvUn and hare came an atttwetUMi wMaay om wArp In tArqr of th selle ieeeMdr men M It ud I rear d There were ughs in eA ten wing but this partutte rarei ssrss sor jndrd by an envfy mows temp and cI1 l I Oshetd Two Faces In Profile as I Were I weNT This xae net to be enteredI save by a ladder There WM a great t central door hewers which had a modern appearance The approach tieLadyi1 16brldlrrelasher from putting her restless taut Into doorOfa whloh my usually lively imagination J naIwas I wasnt looking for an adventure I idnt want any adventure 1 wanted SedalthecolF perfectly DowndrwbrUle SIropedaround brokendsateAndworo01Ur SInIQtblI oplaceCberInexpectantAEMel JIpnlnTrnc ref Ulkuv mrsoprano nheavenly e t- II rurGomlne a It diet hmbe tl1gloomy ruin or Ihbe or tt Jewel sang tram dun 1 totsetaeI ile t- etaxlstlng wave of ItuMU l1 locating swrtBtM IHal tt solitary listener as rsr isaere wlldlrN m7 Mart Lau Crdnteat I forget tar I Had 1 stumbled Dsrcrrii drum al taet Hal It a dnlrele as a nttimes relenu Fur aIInot what to do Then tatw haI bare maser Yee r II- eeurac yd t I tAe4n la tr stet or a match le rase t 1 U a was ahsalulely nrhine1 lag of Grifiy riatag rny a tL1 that sV r didtt a knob and turned H mtt ri u bold the doer darsewas velvet tIlekI slk The wanderful role w crpreedposing I 9rmpel teas rt r Ieekatker Gt+ l Itep he time la eke drcj te v pr a r eredMiHe Hangar z 1 a IIIter ewtmof hbadtrhaveW 1lII wad al I aaaM d e trf wMoh were tltupw a t + tram bnaeklng eager r gene8tlsee The sang died AH r tr111faINrittej frttljr siM Rkel ski dt s j da Turn pup As r queattoa In my mina a er slammed the door atua tfe IU swte nangh I ws t lIaJ aauM never lied IM anTJiNeu wall wisp etralnlag is i y rrmyitariaus 1 Itat cfurahiUealHt 1 atUHeaven knows hew ri au hatCOKfIMCt tII Court House ttIweek R L Watson renew J = tine state for the pttrF P c nIng a ferry J C luwj c Mrs M X Watson are j L III1bond is tar 3Ui s The following Mu iV raIMS were approve P J Fran admti CJ HaiinoUa FroM T Tyler guard LI 15 I gur1IarBcuapM LT ArHtbur Artagtot Tiva Philip Lee Wefetier The foilovwc rl fif1were appointed J F Johnson Jrd srt tRork Spring and Fultor r John Imlt Jrd sec Djrcrsbug rood Van 0Hoal Mt Car r Con Balrd lad sft ie State LIRe and Dre d real- W H Marpole 8th se State Line road Winna Hoary Henry TL- leo Burros fed sa t o Lodglkm and Rock Sprry a The JaiMary term or t Court convenss at the LI n Hickman on January The grand Jury iUi r = ed on Monday the ta 1ii e term and the Pettt J ty 1 the second day of the tern In the docket there a H = tlnucd Ordinary Cases arJ It an set for Wednesday the M the term 38 Appearance OMaar ir trial on the 4th day amt y led for answers Monday Aptpearance Equity set l rt ryyr 125 Commonwealth f IJ stf the first day of Ithe term We have not spare fines sect t the docket bul if yo 1 IJlJwatching the Courier yp 1oJ Ii you are concerned in env IJas we report the cues tbJt1C been flied each week The following hoes mete LfJ last week West Tenn Cro vs L W arl W G Perry Suit on i4Sr Leonard Mills vs Henry MX uit for S2000 fer slander M A Isbell vs N t k S L Suit for damages E F Davis vs J B Turret for damages W H Hill vas Hand Made wp for mechanic i Uen gy Co Suit B G Hale vs R H spe1eI uit to foreclose motlCaBA Sha AS Barkett to foreclose mortgig reportFortvI at Jackson Tenn tt- alit THEY ALL SAY i Tt I The 0- Laundry i r at j i i e 11i the best BETroNVINCED a aFrank Smith Agt vaJk- t44tUt j I 44l4 1111 LaE f S of E COLUMN rH + t I I 11111 i IAUllDIIU Jan fth 1901 icty of Iloolty met rotary was behint rnt did not oat the x tluMRi near noon 1 i be well for tie so rorge Washingtons indor Hamltion and rotary to be more iii puec wWi a bet It surd that a mc of Ute 1 ren aiewr than the i aeir nfaioos wore ill 4 tat Mands amoe rmbom of Ute F I r State UM mtMgf- ter sojuc dtocveeion a eel tied road lettersI L ootaal0loat1R1 from Thfe lowtled in a n tt N seed i t dilly totd and I f bfftogMg the kro ner tofljeUKr dotr and timothy it how to ovum iueot Unit pay r thlla oon tomeeOO1 we o an xotttcot tMn rreuiy emoUod two ooo force were aog her vMUr among I PwriIoa a stint r and C W ers paid glowtogtrt of IL noises ud 1 0 more of UM Kkfctnen it kiotoes Md glister s waters H I of HoMtog What J m Prig woe M httve- ii by Chut lioett nc the Mfcta- v 10 B TWottcdd gave m Ute oeoofc- tem holiHm WItrw pp opo ahds elevators very dourly that UM nite lad omW otara r theist own control In h Iii4 and somre their r ri their prefect Kit e thai be thoroughly sublet IIJi enlhmia m bnfcMetl that yesorfee mold htbombtt whom Mr t i in the dliOMNtoo the d sa l cheered the r rrlti the Mitt appeared lore foBOt greed tint we sent TV elevator MM whoa hf battle cleared away uetUon protOHtod H f1 the rats who tie pleted their rant t vie rlI the eat lrt oiIhy the r on the program hto w we bile or Grow Dollar Mr Ooshel by WI Clark and r H McMnrray Wi1 porra ir WM mode up of ft antics but Mr Threl r Iferdgsa UM a way of tact in sac a merry f forgot all about the and won found we were most important ques ever boon presented to II iarmtr Elevators rnl cotton gins ware- erfer nothing in oompArl ition Can We Afford rit for Breakfast If 1 wnot afford to raise the j r is our bread to come iuestk ri Interests everj I and child in the UnitedII many people in other rMoMurray1r and comfortable hall tht local trustee to see E sweptiforradjourned to meet in 1 325 Childrens Bear Skin Cloaks Cardinal Navy Brown and White 3 and 350 values OUR Clearance SaleI- s full I Cloaks and Furs and every Cloak and Fur for Ladies Misses Chil dren now being sold far below regular price See i Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats Here is on opportunity to your or Overcoat at a reduction in prices In fact ALL WINTERgoods must be sold to make room for our new Spring Stockwhich is now arriving Be sure and get our price on all Winter Goods before mak ing your purchase We will save you money Baltzer Dodds D G Co w INORI I irET Y Rtekman at 10 oclock a m Jan 16th when the following program will be rndotedN1Wllat have wt I W 1 MoGehee DietwNMoltJ D pcWaII 3What aod Taros or Who are 01 the Wont Mmtts of Farmor So AI delveGoa B Ttolkold Dts coal onT HuicMartay and 1Api viffWorsJ of CAUeaDavis Dan IIfIn W M Shmw sad SaMuol L Under Ute In the riot WOT botwooH theH Stsaos the honk rpt for Me Un too and tile old Plug Die Sooth for the the eothUoe1CIThe A S of I woe bunt asunder I at ImUanapolit led last October Mr Barnett still oifee to the oM Mme and Mr IVomt to the oM pc1IIalliptos Our oowma is now the Oft Jr S ofk The Joy f MTIM ta to IMVO a Ps- Me onell will ban N ne S b M Met sins lae Ia r Nltb a t e- Ir An 1 1M 1IKWM f hand sad It a sae rtN Mr f II Ao l weld it A II an wftlMto lor ptII soId y tbwel Sire a sad uba t RINwe to The following little gem it going the rounds of the press I Youn have all you own do to pay for your own indUcrdton Some day one very dear to you may fall the prltl son doors may open to a son or a scarlet letter of eternity blight a daughter When a house Iis in mourning over a tragedy the best thing you oaR do U to keep your mouth shut voices you can say IOIftCf thing that will oomc as a rift in tbec clouds Then again you knew that you may be no bettor than your i neighbor i the only difference isI tootr your neighbor was caught and youCI up to date have kept the sunlight aroy Be charitable for you know not what day or what hour the blight wilt appear In your own circle Carrie Nation earalatrwu ala+ t In the Inmiumt er 6nnaIuI tlallI Itambxnwl Hlrup- bnt ItWL aIlrerurdnaeueetereoua browN1tlaiuxsaardnlllMlmoaarrl t j KAMI TM II Ilurtualbass widenJ- r have never f would Ilerwhltd Hyrwp I Imvo used II tar jrrnrm HeM hr UiwRill1 brae More Itte net ll Tm A KIIIMIH The United States goverment and that of Canada are resurveying the boundary lines between the latter country and ours as far East ar Vermont Many of the marks hadII fI tI Now In force GovWillscnsMewage Governor Willeons message wee at to the lepielature Thursday After dwelling on the general pros rlty and bueineee activity he cop the state and its bankers i the excellent stowing during the taneial stress He says law and order have prevailed for a greater art of the year tn the common ealth which makes it all the more paW to speak of the renewal of serious disorders and lawlessness in part of the commonwealth te fires the history of the tobacco oubloe and the Bightriders and peaceful armies He says the has sot benefited the growers a partide but has been ot noalonlablc harm to them and all the state He recommends a statute providing that a circuit Judge may hit own motion and shall on reo wut of the commonwealths alter ley remove a cole from any county whore the lawless condi dons prevent a fair trial to some other county The redistricting of the state on equitable basis it urged draft of R new election law prepared by a committee of the Louis ville bar association Iis submitted He recommends boars have control of the state institutions i urges that election of judi diary be freed from partisan influ noses and publicity of all campaign expenses On the question he says he is pledged to a uniform local option law with a county as a unit w pile he does not believe prohibition can be sustained in any large olty he says he will work for true temperance He suggest excise boards cities of first second and third with graded licenses and rigid laws He recommends more help for the attorneygeneral the repeal of the dog tax law and reform state tax laws In conclusion he urges the crushing of the monster of lawlessness Notice Having been appointed by the Fulton County Court as assignee of V E Cnvltt notice isi hereby given that I will at my place of business in Beast Hickman Fulton County Ky until the lit day of February 1908 receive and file for distribution all claims against above estate and all those indebted to said V E Cavitt are warned to appear on or before said date Feb 1 1908 and settle their accounts 294 JAI C NEWTOX Assignee rA- T S Weak Women I To weak sad atUof Romeo hue It at1Md- war ee to tmlp But with that way two tmUMM UmabhtM OM tt kxml en U ranMltu L iMt imb an laporum both w tUU Ur i Ilall Oin U 1M Ixwml 1Dron iimiii rorrDrn aibr ilUJolt Nw1IY Dr t I4M TM waorau n noelIUnrkel 1M- Nlttrw tjttfta Hklox UM rlr of sfl nerve at Ysne altO all Mont allroev- Th NlIon al1U aa5 tuoliw dot It- iwokwknrea4ep It KmUtM tr and InfiAM td leesi attne bob kxsl wakur and I dbemL while Ua KHtora Mve are freesad ambition rnewdbnII yIp sad wrf1 Tab Dr Itllno- petWrWvTakYozUuldss rluoewuvetoralblpniswea Dr Shoops Night CureA- LL Received of Kate Pursley Proei dent of Temple Lodge No 5 K of G S X one hundred dollars in full payment on death claim of policy of Henrietta Hamilton deceased this January 10 190g George Sum mers A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thorough ly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tolls mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloro form nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uscsuThe Snared Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by all dealers A LowBred Women One whe stays at home takes ooze of her children and never meddles with the business of her neighbors Specks almost extinct Charming ManA fellow who has a bow and a smile for everybody abroad and bests his wife at home Your place willl look 100 per cent better if you put up Griswold Field Fence Not only looks better but is cheaper and more lasting Shaw ticUcrsworth Try the Couriers Want Column b 7 298 Ladies Cloaks in goodI quality Black KerseyI Worth 5 and 450I Each and them buy winter Suit big acranpUebed disappeared nonpartisan recommends t- rweepIRdniNr1 eearlten1t- otkelttels DEALERS j How Her Life was Saved When Bitten By A Large Snake How few people there are whoI are not afraid of snakes Not long ago a harmless little garter snake I fell on the wheel of an automobile which was being driven by a woman The woman promptly fainted and the car left to its own resources ran into alto ie wall and caused aIserious accident The bite of a poisonous snake needs prompt attention Mrs K M Fiehel Route No1 Box 40 Dillsburg Pa tells how she saved her life when bitten by a large snake On August 29 1906 I was bit ten on the hand twice by a large copperhead snake Being a distance from any medical aid as a last re sort I used Sloans Liniment and to my astonishment found it killed all pain and was the moans of saving my life I am the mother of four children and am never without your IILiniment For Kidnapping Nellie Priest colored of Hick man called at the nome of George Thomasioo also colored on Sun day afternoon and asked to be allowed to see her grandchild a baby aged cur months whg is also a grandchild of George Thomaison The request was granted and the ne gro woman and the child disappear ed and as night came on and they did not return George became uneasy and went before Squire Sacra and swore out a warrant charging the negress with kidnapping the child The warrant was given to Deputy Sheriff Noah who found the child at a negro cabin on Har rison street The case was compro mised by the woman returning the child and paying the cost in the case Obion Democrat Bows This- W seat one lluwlrcd IHtllnr for nor MN er Catarrh snot MUMWI be Mtfwl kjr lUttti Onhirrh Onre PJ ulleiHY A Co nulede 0- We Ute uiKler 4 ftf4l IMVV known PJ OlwiMjr far UM tat II rear awl Mhtve Mm to to petIroUf beentm ln nil IHHIIMM UMHMMUMM sad aMtMhtlljr nbto to nrry out nnjr adtaatkiaa4e hr Ilse aria WAIUIMi RINNAN Jt MARVIN Wltofruk IfrHtfKtaU Twtmte O- 1UII MMrrh Our I tAkftti iNteriMUjr iKtlHKtilnwUir upon UM Mewl and MIIIMMU urtaes or UM F IIn TMIIwelllahas- C 1rtc nrat pee haulsI Held luau- IHuaeut Take Ilnlln HHtnllr IMlllrureoMlpatl- aBrIncme l ryour produce High- elt or trade C H Moore 1 r Never Wears Overcoat The oldest citisen of Russellvllle if not of Logan county celebrated his ninetythird birthday today Os mand Roberts was born in Russell yUle on January 17 1815 He is in excellent health yet and during the whole of hie long life he has ne ver worn an overcoat nor been con fined to hit bid by sickness Once when a young man he was confined to the boys ae the result of a broken leg but that itI the nearest approach to sickness he has ever had Why MMMIM y Mir tater suM Wt WMM bo b fret fill nU rellMe i4 eaperlaspt en blot awl any 8Id UM c Mtu 111 ret9m mAlt iWyaAaluetWMN 0I1t1 v mUll eroolaa known wwm mwlMlMaml rure fur all ohlMran dlea It U mIld In IM mtton build op the iiyMm makwi thin Ulir u Mss tat tUL JUHnlhTtnpa PM wrWMi- My t+ b wncllila and rts y uld not rMnlMlU nod I udone bottM eJ Whit orrJtulf Atla n4h w del hftfcr WM MxaMae happy sad Sehl tv utwBill1 lirwa Stoma IM and Helm A Nesa Jordan Miss Farrar McConnell is the guests of relatives In Union City YIN Cora Palmer south of Union Citywas a visitor at Ml Zion SundayMiss Mary Alice Johnson and Kate McConnell visited here last weekRev CayceCircuitthis week Dr H Prather spent Sunday night here with his mother Mrs R Y McConnellMr W J Mayes will move to Union City this week We regret very much to give up this estimable family Next Sunday is preaching at Mt Zion Owing to the bed weather the Junior League will meet just af ter Sunday School from now on Master Rufus McConnell and lit tie sister Fannie Kirk have the measles and Mist Louise has recov E prod and returned to her school in Hickman Tells How To Mixlt- A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York dally paper the following valuable yet simple and harmless proscription which any one can easl ly prepare at home I Fluid Extract Dandelion onhalf ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces i Mix by soaking well in a bottle I and take a teatpoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescrip tion pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take rises pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheu matism The palnnd swelling if any diminishes with each dose un til permanent results are abtained and without injuring the stomach While there are many w called Rheumatism remedies patent medi cines etc some of which do give relief few really give permanent re sults and the above will no doubt be greatly appreciated by many suf ferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the information that tine drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to Curiosities of the Bible The Bible contains 3566480 letters 7J 746 words 31173 versos 13S9 chapters and sixtysix books The word and occurs 46377 times The wordhLord occurs 1SSS times The word reverend occurs but once which Iis in the ninth verse of the one bun drod and eleventh psalm The middle verse it the eighth verse of the one hundred and eighteenth paslm The twentyfirst verse of the seventh chapter of Ezra contains all the Liters in the alphabet except the letter J The longest verse isI 1In the eigbte chapter of Bather verseiThe i shortest verse it the fiftyfifth of the eleventh chapter of St John j There are no words or names of more than six syllables Trial Catarrh treatments are be ing mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racks Wit These tests are proving to the peopleYwithout a penny s costthe great value of this scientific proscription t known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy SoldY 1 by all delers I FORTVXKS Torurr GUAM None better If as told for the Skin or Complexion For sale by your Druggist Price 25c I I Piii orA First in Quality First in Price I First in the Hearts of the cWs Cheapest feed vou can buy Cotton Seea Meal and Hullss 150 for 100 Ibs cotton seed meal 240 for 400 Ibs cotton seed hulls 5IS390 for 500 Ibs very rich feed 78 cents for 100 Ibs mixed feed This is tIll right proportion for mixing If you wnnt to fittvo money compare this with prioos you aro paying for other feed and then try Cotton Seed Moat und Hulls It is tho host feed you atilt buy and is cheaper than anything ohm SB1 Order it from your grocer I I Will build you AIiOME f tItIt will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only cdmplete line of building material builders hardware scab and doors to be found in the city MyI prices are right You be the judge call and see W A DCJJSt Commissoners Sale Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Commercial Bank Etc IVsMrs Margaret Porter Defendant JByj J der of Sale of Felloe QronU Court rendered at the September term thereof 1907 lathe above oatiK eightythree terest at the rate of six per cent daySeptemberand of costs heroin I + hall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door tIn Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public auction on the 20th da of January 1908 at 10 oclock a m or thereabout being Circuit Cou day upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit one hundred and seventeen acres and accretions in the Civil District No I Range West bounded on the North bythebytheBessie and New Madrid read Ute same being land inherited by the de fendant Mrs Marguret Porter front her father R C Everett deceased as shown by the deed of reload ex ecuted by all the heirs of toCEverett on Sept 26th 1187 and record in D B No 14 pages 595 CountyCourtOr sufficient thereof to produce the wax of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities roust execute Bond bur ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the Bidtzders will be prepared to comply c cJterms Ily R MlutBR Comr on Commissioners Sale a Fulton County Clrotrit Court Tom Range PtalntIKPvs Pap Ferrell Bob MerlwaaOter DefendantEQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and or der of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the September terra there of 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Nine Dollars with iin crest at the rate of 6 per cent per i annum from the 24th day of June 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman Ky r to the highest bidder at Public Auction t on the 20th day of January 1908 at 10 oclock a m or the about being County Court day upon a credit of six months the fol1 1notlowing described property towit j The West 10 feet of lots No 160 to 165 inclusive in Block No4 as same are known and designated upon the plan or map of East Hick y man Fulton County Kentucky producethemade For the purchase price the purctuter with approved security securities must execute bond t bearing legal icterwt from the day theloroeJudiJacatlIddersootaplptonnptty J R MlLKBR Comr State Line Mark eon tat a line mole Son day night Jas Maddox hod hosinssf in Un ton City Thursday CUyHariCity Thursday of la wok W M Shaw was is Hlokman Sat urday in the Interest of the corn trade t Levi Spillers k In Mississippi look rcoentIant Deb Cook of Oklahoma was the yaMrs G B ThrelkeW was the Utoo01Wm R Shields Dead Wm R Shields died in the viol DIG26tJa havtoCabtrtWaJJ Mr Shields was a Kentuokian birth and had been a citizen of this county for about 30th years He was a confederate soldier and took part in several skirmishes being final III captured in a conflict in Missis slppi and confined in an Illinois prls 1 until the aloud cf the war He was a lawabiding citizen andt devout member of the Christian Church 1 His remains were Interred in j opular Grows CmeteryII his mourntoesLight on Troy Avenue Troy Avenue now has elect lights We are reliable informed tthatI Mrs D B Wilson and Mrs R TITyler deserve the credit for bring ing about this needed improvement Honestly if it wasnt for the ladles I the men wouldnt be worth killing TroyAvenuehis is why the city service has DOtji j been extended in that direction j roThe lights will be maintained by It the residents of this avenue Why bring Troy avenue Into the city limlft i Ike Balle of Whctlock Tenn has come here to work at the Box factory = A rr i i lEtc- ouriers J- rrct c oM Tin IIOUYMOOlfI Few will admit that they need any advice In the honeymoon t fever still will take it Most young think Well It is bard If we may not be loft to ourselves at such a season I And yet perhaps if W took the experience of the many o n I this subject they would admit that the honeymoon has been the time ctt all others when they have been the 1 least able to help themselves Is it too much to soy that during those two months the happiness or the misery of two young lives i very neatly settled Well perhaps that is too much to say for errors and misconception may be livedI down and habits may be formed or broken after the honeymoon in the course of ycnrlBut still much IS- often I decided we will not say in lb first few months but even in the first few days Little things ar decided in little ways and neither understand that it it the little rUt within the lovers lute that has be gun to show even on the first day Patience on both aides is needed but especially on the mans side fori he U the stronger vessel oral know life At the bottom of her heart hiI young wife wants to please him bu site cannot boar hIM out of b r I sighthe must account for every incempthensibo out for an hour alter dinner for stroll Why does he prefer s an hour or two down stairs with an ol friend at night to going up into t drawingroom Why does be xis to see the papers at the dub InsteadI of going out after a bard day In the city for a little shopping Man I is a mystery to many a young girl for first few months after marriage She has not learned that a mans later seta are and most be various We hear a good deal about in compatibility of temperwe better very little in it The sexes are al1 most indefinitely plastic People quarrel more from errors of judg moat than from any other cause You one live with Anybody If you understand him and you Dan man providingheart and are willing to be patient toIevevcKewrymarried women are no doubt very trying sometimes to their hosoanos j but it is the more of their social training and t wont of education than looyr x much n uqthetI6Ythatwere to make a contract sot to Carrel for six months they would sel1 dom have any serious quarrels in after life You con get into the habit of liv leg peacefully and happily and t habit is quite as difficult to break leas say habit we know of Let there be no long pouting let there be no long oarelc indifferent its If little storms ariseand they will ariselet them be brief Dont lot us sleep over It and wakep the next morning and cudgel our bra- to remember who nagged last Tb kjnd of thing is mean It Is wig emus and it is silly WHAT HAS ME MADE We note that the metropolitan pa Ibyf twenty million as to double it in three years Suppose he has what then What has he made by thusi Increasing his wealth except in oroased worrlment to keep the run of isle Increased wealth With his in creased wealth he eats DO more quail and turkey than he did when worth ten millions He dresses no better and has a thousand times less fun We beat him on the sleep and no law sutra with tenants and trOlpaHeu Robbers lay for hl every time he goes out of doors a UITheus oftroubles hticrents bonds and real estates kee him at hard adayjuslwhatany 1 any tenants and only have to work eight hours a day to credit up who pay their subscription If mens happiness increased with bejultifiedCalf The happiness increases with polntthem the comforts of life say 55000 a All supsflunusproductivericher the man the greater is the probability that his spas will live on BilePoison hu K vtrr lid tried en your syt slotaatllen4 dltestlre apparabl Wnbyout withn Thedfonfs BlackDrauglit U a Maud tonic brat rttuUtcruhl Wood purtfiff It tab rid tf the poisons cuss Quttldreturn Mbeus htadaih i Aluineu lou of aprU oauwa loaltea don constipation tsaUrta chltta at J fur JaunJIct Mrvratmss iTiUNBty BtUmhoUa oral alt uckncu dui to dlHnlrrtS Uvtr It U not a cathartic but a ttatlq htfbal liver nfJklnt which dales without IrriUUnc DruUttr erCbilliard and die m the inebriate isy 300poa vear a mesa may happy as youysiali wealth equate that of Morgan Carnegie A 0000 ftAOOXTBIt There arc other ministers of love i more oonsptououe than she Mat none m which a gentler lovelier spirit dwells and rune to which the hearts warm requitals more joyfully lightherm dtssolnhiy conneoted with that e his AreeMe She is bis morning son light and his evening star The grace vivacity and erMIemC4- of her sex have their place in th mighty swat which slot holds over Ms spirit Stag Is the pride and ornament of his hospitality sad Ib grade nurse of Ms sickness Fortunate is the home in whloh is a good daughter DeadheheRev L W Swanner one of Gods chosen ministers and a member of the Eastern Council of the Holiness Dm oh of Christ died at Me lame In Ca rethcrsrille Mo Semla evee Ing Jan Sth after an illness of only ftve days He was takes sick with a OOOM fire drill New Years Vvc while on aotllocAferfever set in and for thirtyfive hours before death was ncooMieos The deceased was a young I about thirtytwo years of age MaDjj was born and reared Iin vllle and for nine years was em ployed in the ease of the PemUeet Press at that place For about sixteen months he was thisishisMdeath having mowed there from Htekman a week before Christmas Funeral services were conducted by Rev Joseph N Speakes of Mal den Mo and burial took plead at Little Prairie Cemetery Jan 6th A wits and three small children are left to mourn the loss of a bus band and father Police Court Busy byNightHlokman Saturday night business courtMeooayNathan dark and son Luke ootlegglngBoth Id Fowler and Mollie Cries both negroes were fined u and costs otherPspaymentaccWill Jordan colored was found 60andallLeggate Sells Stable hisliveryStahr who will conduct the business at the old stand Mr Leggate is one of the most popular livery men Hickman has ever had and we regret to see him retire from the business Levi I movedtoere they will make their future home CARNEGIE LIBRARY I For Hickman is Now Assured 10000 Allowed and Now Subject to Our Order After two years of persistent ork by Prof B F Gabby princi pal of Hickman College and the cooperation of the members of our Srhool Board their efforts were amply rewarded Friday when they received positive and official notice that 10000 had been donated to Hickman College by Andrew Carne Rid with which to build a public library building This amount has been set aside and Is now subject to the order of the School Board Following is a copy of the letter received by Dr Davidson secretary of the School Board 1lrlukt s J JuI INN I r H K IarNlwtNlirqllh K7 tXwrHlrKofwrlit to + be HMUw of Mr twrw- rM1raxni1W vtfar LiWry HMMtMr at Illrkmm fit Iuntil We Il1MNs ar w- a1Mtla awl 41i Ion rey pet ittwt LOts m IN rwMlw1 yr t10 w aft M A IK tint irutm turn o attte dtrr+ r n nMtl t rrf ttee Na- rwknstwia rA Nets rJ I It 14ii I s b7 UHI IIawl Non rrltry N INIuiIrw s4 lilt ar- iltdutaare r aw pn aIt eatla ct M tr1tilAawwMt111lM l171 j m irutl i pirliiil wi rM1riN iM kM M 1nr va 7 irw17- a A rw+ N Rh- It N Nd IIIL It is rather unusual1 for a city tile site of Hwkroan to procure a arnegie Library in fact Hkfeman II the only town of Its sisc In Wont ern Kentucky or TonnoMee tnt hat been thus favored The knocker might say that w e have a white elephant on our bands easer Mofit likely to nest oe one tent We have ted to lurwish a leoatlon TMs the school already owned awed could not be put to a better purpose The building will be erected on the lots just north of the college boiUiog and a prettier site could not b found in the Stale beelcsofand with the present Notary to serve ul a nucleon and an annual doaa flea the proceeds of school enter ttainments etc this win add no ex waa NteratsueeSalaries for Librarian alter etc have been provided let in a laxepayer or library patron a cent apa1MlItftEvery public spirited oitiien of Htekmon will nail tnU news wlifa delight We are laded fortunate We cannot be too profoec m eMIr thanks sad coogratolatkNM to Ute i I m Zia BEDISFIGURE WITH PIMPLESAND r BLACK HEADS w aZtMoar ylvNulraadtbi1 N itN Os 4 t s It k- zvco it uh laD It LW t r I0k1t 114Mrq 71N wa- wUlitolfr3 a h4i 4- a uI 11 w ace flea Iat M C CadaI ryezfor ik twt I11 oIJ r JtailasIY hK r- a finua r r W ROSE MEDU 1 M CO s 3CM OU SIIMI JT lJlJU1I2 ewwt1 t41- 11BiM A I tienrttmon who hI r yf sad stkoosod 4 wulBaMeor pt t11 foot lII xe sod nor C mast of this Tame hrA- Ice all protabilii y t new Mbrery building w od jrst assess as tnn + ce mit Paee kre Ktrialssore II u I Mot A 0 Ctlr 4 l at Mi Harmon nexi cask tilled say r The MtrIllAl aea C as one of the nncat best oofcaton in th+ While ht svoacnci w to be this train u + u hoe tho wotafe of r and wM not butter rrhoneMet K la callus WI BotsMtt All of JdL wore ti business 1liaeday men report everything our nofgMwrinf city G S Ttoelkellt was in town on bill WWIe here he ordf sent tobkoaofhtrr Logan at Honuuxio1 K yon weed coal wrrw+ rWOUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase Sanborns Coffees and Tear Call on or telephone us when lit weed of G1OCEKU- MIATS l or FXID STUFFS Telephone 6 3 Delvcne I Ledford t Flandle HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lITABLISHED Tom Dillon Sr Prop fluoacuer to B C Ramaf Marble and iranite- Monuments URBING STONE WORK of all Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 17rI1ers 9 ftrch OtS Bwk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY t Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to dopositors OtlHr tn ducomonts nro of secondary imporUUK Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage I Illlwr- H THOMPSONJ A BUCHANAN PresidentODIIREiaTOrRS TLkedHJW Alexander R M bier Dr J M lIubbard T A L Hord i V