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HICKMANIS THE BEST TOWN TO THE SQUARE INCH IN THE U S WHY LOCATE IN A DEAD ONE THE HIeKMANmeI 1 uRisRs 1 liM1 that Pulls tie C mncUl Wepcn n up the dill of Success The Courier t a Sptnkin Good Team Grease the flxles of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up w w- i ti J r J yvN- t 1 IIJfOWrPIf HHICKa1AN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARM 1 1008ltt6e=f r- h Vw I Ifctlon Law Boa of the presept nl Is provided In a r introduced In the 1 ntoUve Pirtle It veral Important bills r lueodand which area I motorIil dos away with tvtutions and corny eleetlens having Ibe year when any bertherraoattdates for any MtDoi to be used n lie palatal election RcpuWloanpvill receive all thek e oUter candidatesr totckit The same Ibe oANdtdatea en s ticket er any ether ghtl have one or more as be explained If n indicates on the Re r tiovcmer and live a fade side Instead of c rtnK kelecied before AU ton dames would t allot at the general I rider his own party voters would then r vr they desired The U w rtti the largest mmi- teck RemibKean side r d wtth the votes oast kt jr RpuMtoan oandi it ame would Apply to thecr f declared elected Y Srosi that this plan r with the bawds IIq onMUont and would r Ibles which have pre I n i + nis over the ntml a itdatos The bill In WS I d by the General As to f rarotnwcallh ot That Ute eleotleu of k Ieethocl tWNes totals l prodnethvt townsandWate shell anII r ny ofltoc earlier ttaaII c ays before the ir nor later than fit w re sold election candidates for office isRated by petition al- Ctionr 145J chapter 1 Statutei names of the various r the respective offices t M coder the names of- r which they are caadi jiar order one under they may determine by me of eooh candidate r mmedtately on its right a tr large enough to oen ss stalk hy wbleh the urod to destgoate Ms lit lit of candidates ol parties shall ue printed rrtical ooruorni on one be names and devises ve parties and in the party ranking higher Iin previous election 4 candidate receiving umber of voles of his office to which he as ive counted for him all 4 11 the candidates of the tr same office and the a any once and of any t f iv mg the greatest total tes so oounted shall be ectedAlt laws and parts of uhct herewith arc here I b tg of Goalder Jehnson- r Sheriff of Fulton count ton Leader has the lot greatIt ii- F Uf most widely known m the county having fiU e I which he now holds for i I roe and onehalf years ii- s In factory manner he has countsy honestnyard young man and we Ff marn is to defeat him c i ar paidThursdayas when 3 thogsItI l + C LrxlngtonI j II Beautiful Newi Spring Dress Godsl Come in and see some of these new spring fabrics New things arc always interesting and these fabrics ire particularly so And then by buying early you can get first choice and have plen ty of time to have your suit made before the spring rush All wool Pnimma 30 to 42 inohos widoin golden brown Copenhagen navy olmmpngno and grey in both plain and striposvpor yord60c goldenbrownSpring Suiting full yard wido in a large range of stripes checks over plaldet in bluo blnok anti brown vary striking efldotper yardr60c Now spring allots in Panama in tho now shades of tin Copenhagen gray and imvyblue in etrlpos shadow plaids novelty dosigns76c to 110 Blank Dross Goods 36 to 44 Inchon wide in sargo French Poplin Mohair wool Taffotai rind Voiles In plain and fancy dusigus05c to 250 SMITH 3 AMBERG THE REVEILLE I Dr 9yren Williamsr r Boftly to the rustling tree Comes a wavrlng ecstasy Echo of the autumns notel And the woodland dense and green Answers with a burnished sheen Answers all the verdant scene As the diapasons float Autumn blows her reveille I Over Natures minstrelsy Ebbs and flows a mystic lute See the ripples list the Ball Note the red lebves droop and fall Sunset hues art over all froltlgList the maglo trumpeting Calling all the arts to brings Color for the glowing Fall Red and gold and purple hue Even From The Mountians11 Mallards HBOW Wnlmwtt U pmlwd fur the good It do w A sure sate tor Hheumn turn sad all palace Wrlrti W IXVBK IwiMl JuiwtUm 01110 vtUtwi I uses tal Mnlment hut winter fur mittlard + Hnow uiiMtlin and ran returned U nt the halt Mnlment on the market I thought at the time I wan takes down with this trouhle thitt It would ba ft week twforo I eould ge- lf shout but un applying your Iduthuent tevernt time during the night I was a1 deliQtiGht lir Oowgtll + Drug HWre Ine sad nlut Kll ofc Webb of Fulton has here on IEd Monday F f 4 oc Drown and auricle and blue Crimson pink and cobalt too Varl hues and blends and ale Blow 0 trumpet af the cold Dlow thy message long and bold Summer days at last are dudI Now enchantment time U here Days of languor nights of cheer Woods of turquoise now are sere QeWen tipped and lustrous red All the seasons bow to thee I Autumn time of revelry Days of golden glory thine Where the whlmpltng river plays I would joy down flaming ways Drinking of thy grace always Sacramental toly wlnel Mrs L A Lamutage M died at her home about ten miles be low Hlokman Friday Mrs Lamas of Levi Johnsontus was a daughter The remaini womenand a good were laid to rest at Brownsville Belmont Hotel at Belmont Mo burned Sunday night The property was valued at 3000 Mr Heath f proprietor of the La Clede hotel of this city owned about S400 worth t stock in the hotel company Try the Couriers Want Coluiui F and A M Notice Hickman Lodge No 761 F A M will meet in regular commu nloatlon next Monday night at 7 30 wilting brothers are cordially in vited P C SHUMATE W M SeoyWork Deafness Cannot Be Cured eIIheoaljr MM way Insure tfmfiraM sad lkt H kf toWUmiiiiml retaedk nfNM is- ned tor ae msMmfd OAdltteM of Ibe Hwctt HMM el the Hun l tii Tube WhM IM toU tt iMUm rf Tea have n rum bNM MMHMi lit IwporfMt kmtrtM and wke- aIIlrsryrMyebed liMfHMw the result atunless the iMAtqntAtloM MI be taken imt end Ibis tube rIIM to IU Normal ruHdlllen bwirtHtr will to dcwlrajred lot TWJ ileeawy out r Na ere CHUMH br Mlnrrk wiileti I HethlBa bnt ceN Indaincd xuwllllon tit tk mu e M MirfnvM we will gins Rte II NMir 4 Dollars ter- acyeneef iWnfMkM teaued by eatsrrhl UMt HiMt leenr iIallIOatarrheure Head 1M eenutn tree r J OH KN KM A Oo Toledo O Sihl riMtuiMm lee TnVtITallV r miljr iniu let eonitlpftUon Is Willson Honest If COy WilUoa U honest in his pralcsfaUoni of wanting to uphold the law when he gets through with his special term of night riders he will call a special term to investi gate the Tobacco Trust If the Governor is sincere tIrT wanting to maintain the power and dignity of the law he will be supported in this by loyal Kentuckians regardless of party affiliations s but let Gov Will son remember that when two sets ofII people break the law and one set is prosecuted while the other is leftjj undisturbed the question will come to every citizen s If both parties break the law why was only one prosecuted The future will re veal whether the Governor is just or whether he is a hireling of the tryst We sincerely hope that Gov WflUon will prove himself a man enough of a man to see that the trust as well as the other subjects obey the law in the State of Ken tuckyHopkinsville Independent A Sitch In Time will nvs iriMo Ho will n U ttl of Italian + J1tOUWl Efrtipnlwny kept on baud save HiHJT KpfiloJ Nknest sure quse for I i 1 writeDeep1 MrapIn inr mmllelne allt end thank nilfMctliauchi IIUIBJT UIllIItt It liiu prevented mnHjr wfcro ip lu ot leknon R411e Uric Store Inc endI IlrtmiyIlbu Miss Oral Hackett and Elmer IInextrlII The bride is one young society ladles Miss Mary Waters of this place will attend the wed dingMisses Elizabeth and Mabel Wilson left Sunday for Mayfield and Wingo where they will spend two weeks with friends Miss Ellen Anderson who hasI been quite sick U reported betterII Some Criticisms We regard the new Council from an optimistic stand point and from the personnel of the members com pos Ig that body much needed legis lation for the sanitary as well as the improvement of the city can be expected The matter pf sidewalks is a reflection of civic pride and in dicates an aggressive uptodate spirit on the part of our Council the need of these improvements is so apparent that a resolution calling for action is not debatable at first glance yet we think that when the I attention of that body is called to the fact an amendment if not a separate resolution prohibiting cat tle and horses running at large in the city when sidewalks are laid would be heartily endorsed by property owners There is an ordinance calling for the impounding of horses hogs mules etc and we are glad to note that hogs are kept off the Itreetjj cows mules and horses however are a greater menace to good sidewalks than hogs and until they are restrict ed from prowling over the city be fouling and ruining asphalt or what ever walks are put down property ovaers will be loth to go to the ex pense of their construction While the resolution does not carry a coercive I clause threatening a penalty J where it is not complied with yetc the city claims the prerogative of J laying walks where a notice from that body is not heeded no one can complain nor find fault with this feature of the resolution nor do we I anticipate any serious protest on theII part of property owners if they are I guaranteed protection for improve meets after they are made J We are aware that this subject U I not popular with those owning stock and the plea Is put up that it is robbing j children of nourishing food but how much of this stock is properly fed housed and cared for What can be found in the streets in the shape of food at this season of tbeI year unless It Is the vegetables dis played by our giocers or the grain and hay in barns and warehouses where doors are accidently left open In the spring and summer months where pasture cannot be procured a small boy can be hired to herd this predatory 4t orue ot tne cityI at a nominal cost to each individual owning a cowICome across gentlemen of the Council and Rive us an ordinance of this character and you will not only be seconded by all progressive citizens but your action will be end lraed and commended by those who have taken the initiative in good sidewalks A BUTTIK A Baby should be the home and will be if ydii atte itWktteh Orenm vermlhiire the- Lest wtt inedtelHe adored to miTerlna humanity trgis remedy eomlh the permanent Mature el nil household A mother wttj ohljtIfen seat eel slows with out a bottle of tt bites Dream Vermifuge In the house Sold tiyOowKllU Drug htore Inok Helm t lIIeoD J H Ringwood writes from LosI Angeles Cal Please change my address to route 2 Have boughtl me a ranch here and am gettingr along fine You are getting out the best paper ever gotten out in Hick man and I ought to know as it has been in our family since it was foundedJ Provow has has just finished putting in new steps leading up the hill just west of C A Holcombes residence This is a commendable move New steps are Jto take the place of old ones at several other places within a short time Mrs E B Sweeney of Route 3 returned Thursday from a visit with her mother fear Waverly Tenn Col Robt liter has been a little puny this week For Good Work I I I Try i I I rl The O K- Laundry I iI iI LAUNDERS EVERY i I THINGII I Frank Smith AgtIAlsace at Smith do I hberraII = f 1 i I New Mail Service Another daily mail has been add ed to Hlckraans service going intoii effect last Saturday morning This mail leaves Hickman at 710 I m making a corresponding return at t 830 p m and Is advantageous from several points of view Besides gett ing other mail from eight to ten hours earlier we get the city dailies on the same day they are printed The department does not ask that the night mail be opened but Postmaster Stephens who is always anx pOIIIII boxes may get their night mail if they choose to do so The new departure of course I gives employment to two more mall clerks who spend more or less of their time in Hickman lh ll- I wish that I might talk with all sick ones about the actual cause of Stomach Heart and Kidney nil I ments To explain in person how weak Stomach nerves leads to Stomach weakness I am sure would interest all And it is the same with weak Heart or weak Kidneys prescriptionDrShoops reaches ailments of the tomach Heat and Kidneys It Is wrong to drug the Stomach of stimulate the Heart or kidneys These weak inside nerves simply need more strength My Restorative is the only prescription made expressly for these nerves Next to seeing you personally will be to maUl you free J my new booklet entitled What To Do I will also send samples of my Restorative as well Write for the book today It will surely Inter est you Address Dr Shoop Box 8 Racine Wig Sold by all dealers Youve Heard of Beady thats only skindeep Did you ever see any If not take a good look at some of the new clothes of fered to you Youll find when they come to be worn that the merit is all on the surface Thats one reason why we like to r tell Hart Schaffner Marx clothes I tae good honest allwool quality Is the standard and measure of their excellence clear through style fit fabrics trimmings tailoring all good as can be You want such clothes and we want you to have them SMITH AMBERO No 3S65 acres land Groom house good barn two good cisterns outhouses Six miles south cf town on Dyersburg road Good orchard 35 acres in cultivation Just the thing for the man who Is short on cash Owner wants to go west Hence the low cub price of S1850 Courier Realty Co If you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive decease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wis to mail you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops lingleltest surely you truth well worth your knowing Write today Dont suffer longer Sold by all dealers T J Kirkpatrick and family left Monday for Batavia Ohio where theywill reside in the future Mr Kirkpatrick has resided at Hickman almost constantly since 1855 and i J their many friends are sorry to sen them leave our city Mrs J T Clifton of Clayton neighborhood died last Thursday of pneumania Deceased was about 36 years of age and is survived byNher husband Burial at Antioch Fri dayC G Schlenker and wife return ed Friday from a visit with Eaton l Ohio relatives H C Barrett looked Ikii after Schlenkers busines during his absence IS B Brown and family leave this week for Hobart Okla where they will make their future home Sorry to lose these good people- L L Vandlvoot of MoorehousetMo spent the latter part of thelweek with his mother Mrs W H Heath in Hickman k Ask the man who uses Griswold Field Fence if it isnt about the i Betithing on the market Shaw tersworth r IIW J Spradlin the Fulloncon was in Hickman on business Monday e for sale at the Courier IIGaloline f t fIhIa ry i e i nnOUntmt1t1 For Sheriff We are authorised to announce HBRJCHBIX JONNflOK as a candidate for the oftce of Sheriff of Fulton county subjeot to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce OOAUNCR JOHIttON- as a candidate for the omee of Shed of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce DAn MORON as a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton county subject to Uw action of the Democratic party- County Court Clerk We are authorized to announces D UJTBK as a candidate for oftee of Clerk of p the County hurt of Fulton county Y subject to the astlon of the Demo cratic party V County Attorney We arc authorised to IRIIICt JAi W XOtfB- Yat a candidate for the cftce of County Attorney of Fultca county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce AUJ9OK TYLER as a candidate for the oAee of County Attorney of Fultoa oeunty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party County Assessor We are authorised to announce CMAKUK D ROE as a candidate for the oflke of As- sessorE of Pulton county subject to the action of the Democratic party Daves Announcement Know All Men Dave Morgan Is a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County aw To The Voters of BWhon County r says I am making the rave for Sheriff subject to the win of the Democrat ic Party s- FutUMr I am mating the rose frac from all rings cliques and eerafelnatlens and squarely on my own merits and abilityI to my record la private as indicating what Iwnt do as public officerI white a oamiiuato t meet every voter in the county give Mm the glad hand and a pleasant word for hatter acquaintance and if eleetsd to discharge the duties of andltoI was not the private advantage of any individual or combination With thanks for your attention and a word of cheer I am- Yours Trely DAVE Library Contract Let The contract for the erection of CarnegieLibrary by our Board of Education to the loweit bidderW H Spradlin ot Fulton being the lucky man His bid ic 19850 which will leave a balance of 150 to led on grounds etc Mr Spree is the gentleman who built our courthouse and is competent to deliver the RoodsWork will begin In a very short t time Just as soon as the weather gets better Jas the 16yoarold son of Mr Barbee who works at the Mengel factory died Sunday of pneumonia He was buried at BrovncviUc Monday This is the second child to die In this family within tire last thirty days and mis fortune seems to have overtaken them Another one of their boys is seriously ill at this time Mr BarI bee resides In what is known as the old handle factory building and were it not far charitable assistance the family would be In very trying circumstancesThe Musical Club met with Mrs Charles F Ballzer Mon day evening A well prepared and ti highly entertaining Chopin program was rendered The club will meet with Miss Louise Atwood March 2 and the following program will be rendered Hunting Song Mendel sohn Miss Annie Ellison i Paper on Mendelsohn Miss Ruth Ellison Spring Song Mendelsohn Miss Elizabeth Wilson j Vocal Solo Mrs H N Cowgill Song Without Words Mendelsohn Mrs B T Davis i e Rondo Capriccio Mendelsohn Mrs C F Baltzer w H J Huylers Candies Yes thats the name and we are the exclusive agents in this town for this celebrat edcandyYoung man a box of this candy is guaranteed to help your case along- Cowgills Drug Store Incorporated Heard On the Streets River reports say the river will continuo to rise Jar a week yet 44 or 45 feet may bo expected at Cairo Satur day If not sooner Snowed Wednesday Are you a candidate Wile Thelma Beltaer is quite ill Mrs Clara CowgHI is on the stole list Whores that OM KenUMky Home salTMehas been a gweek for straw bats Bob and Grover Salmon spout Sunday in Cairo The baby of George Metheny and wife Is reported 111 with pneumonia gclllenItaCo lOc wilt buy a two pound can of choke Union City tomatoes at our store Betters worth Prather Co W S Wflguf the man who was arrested last week oa the urge of aoucebreaScing was released at his examining trial last Thursday Allison Ter who has for some time been a member of the lav firm e Robbins Thomas R Tyler has severed his connection with that inn Dr Wm Bright was called to East Prairie Saturday on account of the maete of WI son Dave Bright edt tor of the East Prairie Eagle He has an attack of pneumonia lisewhere in this issue will be found an article about The Hlekraan Drug Co stating that J R Bryant owned onethird ot the stock It should soy the onethird interest Is- owMa wy lb Arm of Bryant sit Pol bonus The drinks are on us Under the head of announcements will be found the name of Charles D Roe as a candidate for Assessor of Fulton county He is a son of Fred Roe an old Confederate Vete ran and a widely known man Mr Roe was born and reared In Fulton qualifiedforCourier is only briefly acquainted with this gentleman but we hear him very highly spoken cf by unin reportsbebeat In this race If beaten at all Mr Roe hails from the Brownsville neighborhood at which place he conducts a mercantile business and is held In high esteem Helm Ellisons DRUG STORE p s rescriptionsIn ofI ours every prescription is put up by one of the firm You can depend en that But you I cant in some big stores where there is cheap help II oda There is no let up in our Soda Water business or summer Just now we IIwinter hot and cold drinks a treat have a glass Irugs Freshness in Drugs means potency if the quality is right We aim at high I quality first and our immense trade keeps the stock fresh I IAll together for HIckman Ivty Frost Is at home this week Mrs Pearl Ledlord Is on the sick list Bnel Haynes was IB Mitten Sun dayW Co Wilson has returned from Cincinnati Mrs Florence Farts has been in tha ilck list Sm DeBaw of near Union Oily was here Tuesday Mrs J H Travis to spending a fwday In St Louis Scat Salmon went to Mewpfctj t Saturday on businoM- Cheetoi Barnes lIs convalescing after a spell of pnouMonb Mr RaMie and W P Skinner of Cairo wore here Monday Ben Scott of Arlington Ky tII the guest of John Faulke and family The corning Fulton county cam paign promises to be a warm baby J H Travis returned Monday morning from a short visit to St Louis The children of Carman Vance and wire are recovering from pneu monia Miss Verner Brown of Luaelte Is the peat of Vat Carpenter and fanwy The Lee Line steamers are land ing up own now on account of the wp water Mine Lou Barry left Monday for St Louts after a two weeks visit to relatives here Miss Jennie Caldwell Monogra pher for J F ft t L Dodds Co Is In at her home in Globe Mr Cogs and wife of Paduoab who after a vMt here are spending the rest of the winter In Cuba Mrs C A Perry and son have returned from a visit to relatives In BlythevUle Ark Mr Perry met her in Memphis and accompanied her home A marriage tunic was granted to J Fuleher and Miss Millie MoLane Nth of West Htokman Theywere married Tuesday evening by Rv Waters pastor of thi Methodist churchMagistrates Browder Whlpple and Williams were In attendance at the special term of the Fiscal Court Monday It is rumored that two of these magistrates will be candidates for the oce of County Judge Although the weather wai sit agreeable the Ladles of the Embroi dery Club enjoyed themselves im merely Friday afternoon with Mrs L A Stone An excellent salad course was served The dub wilt next be entertained by Mrs Charles TravisThe Ladles of the Euchre Club were entertained Wednesdsy after noon by Miss Light Paris There were five tables sixteen dub mem bus and four visitors No prises were given but a box of candy was presented eaab guest A salad course was served At the special term of the Fulton County Fiscal Court held at the Court House Monday the sheriff of this county was exonerated of taxes in about 60000 worth of property that could riot be found also dupli cate assessments Of this amoun the Singer Company was exonerated of 10000 fr Water rs Theres quite an art in buying sponges When I toolmuch T I ooth For 2Sc wt sell a Tooth I JuaranteeI I s ponges Brushes oaps Outside of our store you will not find a stock of Toilet or Medicinal Soaps cake equal up of ours Prices Sc theII II IIHelmI Ellison 1 II j USrFENT J o l According to Carlyle all clothes art 1YMMwjtut y boll are clothes Your clothes sea what you think of yourself They arc the frame wfcidi you whet for your personal picture Ho wonder that particular women And them Im- xtant No help that you can gut in this matter is too competent i suggestions are too exoelttot We recommend to you The Ladios Home Journal Patterns Their designs are practical and modish and If you see them when they first ap par in The Ladies Home Journal you bavr plenty of rme m which to v The Journal itself u on sale at our magazine counter sack month at lie per copy or we will forward your annual subscription to the pub Ushers at 11SO per year iLLUON Baal some county once for this reason If no other But Dave expects to be i out of place for us to express our opinion as to how he will run In this gather eye qn this B Cox was here last week m Did you+ know I rt lJ tln1es 300 Hats were he best hats on the mar they ame To wear one means to always wear them Derbies Alpines Telescopes Colum bias in black brown belly and grey Baltzer Dodds D Cjo CoINCORPORATED torInltanyouillSpringFashions titIllUeofFultonDoveIsInthe uskIfcountforelolieItboatofDeaconoonllftuallybrlnltne forbids discouragedonegentlemay hetWell Watch The Levee livery one m Hicxsmui MM vtclnl ty and eopedallr those m the lower bottom an wry modi kttorutod m fcooptog toe w ler fougfct basic from ovoriowiog Uw lend be3fod Ou lo to lM0le vw and xyeodd all the mousy ttWf have available therefore It beheevoe the cituent MM community to pro sect bll levee and show the mint some appreciation and we tblkL K IdYll that every oot ifcould loud a bstndpittg toward the mobIe t iMaco and protection of this levy On acceuat of short being no tax collected to maintain title levee it k going o be Mutt for the sittfens and merchants to donate ftt- hese funds which we hope tnev will All do liberally j We also weak to sal attention I- strespauars and people who are dto posed to ride or drove along the to- vee This Isons of UM laws Matt government to wry very strict on and have posted notices along Ute levee warning peopk u to what Ute iw is penalty etc which k a doe j each ofleoco not ieee than 2IIfor half of this amount going bparty who reports it and we haw J a oars tip from the actm meit that they Mtend to en force this ordWwooe Now do not think because you see some of the watohmen of the levor riding along It that that authors you to do the tame thing We beiiovt If the people show gevernaonMara nI this loved as they are doing at all1I pans where suck work has beenI done we can spent other asetotance otherwise we need not Iwk for musk more aid from the government Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will begin at the Presbyterian church in this oily t on the first Sunday in March The servleds will be under the dire atier of Rev J T Tyler assisted b singerThe oordlaUyilmtld willbeWestHickmanSaturdayfrom theMengelwashere rft Suits ftiled TW Msowtof Meet tit Uw offio Clerk steee Inei over Dotta MMUng r ub for iivcrn- PIht Natal kit J I lofha Su J H Boononeoottact fur rr MM A ft Faf MJS Pair ret front Marti to rrdeime she WM put threson saOf S Little Jim Boixi sick line 11 Webb of F iMt wrack Wm BeoOocaat e annM Cit- yttmtmH Smith May Mr DuWIIa iir vlsilrtg lilt nns In- MlMjoteiOutr Co jinpw Anita TMoria inc trtiait ud fICfy Mrs L B John r dad frtwavieitto r t19oslRl Tilhtboma I1atriI SMI wai side of of his m She Is angerously Mrs Limo Wrmrr Sturgh xarf itr IIrnU Jao Luttrr Troy Avenue One tf the mat the stain was thr given Friday evenn itie DeBow and Mri at the latter horn at Mrs Alice Amt r Year Fashion were young ladles P Ij ratAeay i played with Intereet given paper keyowrote their acwiii paper hearts were r men on which thr of wife he iahed1 pared and the your i off This and a F J iwere Iv party oootest e cream a jeopolltan C served One youngrlittle cupid tltrmvrand he is blushing rt C I TI ew Spring Petticoats c We have just received a line of the Sorosis Petti oats in salteen and heatherbloom of blue blackand town ranging in prices from i125 to 300 Ladies Misses Childrens Hosiery C We are showing a complete line of Hosiery for ring in silk and lisle Medium and thin gauze lisle jlk and drop stitch in colors of black tan white and bal jnggan Prices 1 Oc to 1 150per pair New Oxfords and Slippers I i f New spring Oxfords and Pomps latest style both n plain and cap toe of black and tan Prices 150 to 2250 per pairNew Spring Dress Goods f We are also showing a complete line of New Ottln Dress Goods White Goods Wash Goods Ging ams Waistings Linenes white and colored New Em roulmes Laces c r We invite you to call andsee them FUQUA HELM CO I tJKnight Dead rgi MoKnlgh- ti4 at Frankfort rrung while at teuton of they Ardiae asthma 1 of the strongest rats who rotated I fT tor the United ll- T gats room was death to locate rt was disclosed 4 i hundreds of let uric in opposing I t Tr effect of Rep cKnighfs death alKi legislative 11 the aU absorb I first place the rat gives the 1 rary gain for tt a seat vacant fiftytI Therefore n any vote go ins giving them fortytt AS that I d give tie Beck r but it has not p that the same r by the k cured in 1f96 between To C 1 T W Godfrey nave Isaac Wlf ya Democrat pporter died vots of election + had come and t thetw old be elected Ian Stege aRe announcedve for Senator T beenTL rlult the dead fcu Hunter as far whoYt v election was presentfc yerhamapolitical was that the sea ock but when IernotjWV1 J Kentuckyva5the Senate f cometer 4 QOV CHAHtES Eo HUGHE A Truism Oont Wrong Illrds efl a hillier Book together unless Ihejr hwt an high hats Then of oeurse tltwy are scattered all over the theater Smith Fields Dead Smith Fields one of the best known business men of this county passed away at his home in Fulton Ky Monday morning of tubercu bail of the luogs after quite a siege of 111 health Mr Fields was born in Fulton county 42 years ago and had had a successful business career which was due entirely to his own efforts He was president of the First National Bank of Fulton and for the past ten years had bee trtobacco buyer for the Italian government in this country The surviving members of the family are his wife and his three daughters The deceased had resided in Kentucky all his life His wife was a Miss Bedford of Hick man county They had been mar rigid about twenty years Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church in Fulton Wednesday morning by Rev W A FreeanIFulton county loses a good man with his pallingii j3T i1 Opportunity Again Knocks I We are again presented with an opportunity to get a flouring mill in Hickman R D McReynolds of Lewlsburg Ky is the gentleman who makes inquiry as to whether o not we need this industry Do we need it Can a duck swim We need any kind of an institution that will keep 3000 a month i Hickman i and this proposition will1 do just that much It iis not a ques tion tf getting wheat getting a loca tion getting a market for the out put a site a man to embark in the business it is simply a question o j whether or not enough interest will1 be manifest to encourage its estal lishment Somebody said the of I mill didnt do murk good here Off course not j we didnt useone half as much flour as we do now but the old mill made money Hickman has a number of enterprises now thatI could not have existed then And then the old mill belonged to th pioneer class of millsmodem ma chlnery has supplanted the like But thats not the question Would you like to have a goodI mill in Hickman CERTAIN RESULT Many n Jtcmtuolcy Cltlsu- KIIOW i 11u vJuru1rtuy tro Nothing uncertain about the work KentuckyThereI f this In the testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince the most skeptical sufferer Read the following statement Mrs L Varalli living at 935 Fifth St Louisville Ky says I am happy to say that Doans Kidney Pills have been of great benefit to me and to other members of my family I frequently had attacks of backache and Kindey trouble before using your remedy but after using two boxes of the pills the troubles were entirely cured I have recom mended Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I at tribute my present good health to the use of Doan a Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price SOc cents EosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Unit edStatesRemember the nameDoans- and take no other AiI IiIt t A UOURIUIl 1nAIli1l NorrlI fIaI r Md site but strength endurauco aift gait must be considered I Accustom the heifer calve early to being handled It will make the r handling when calving much easier Even the common cow will often cis ton lib one by the result abe will give with proper care and generous feed la the well close enough to the barn to catch the surface water when It rains hard Tiila Is Important If It Is jUti sing that well Make thlngi snag for winter Get everything under corer Store the root crops protioriy Do everything you can to cut off winter losses Again this winter you will probably with that you had built a alto Make definite plane ter building one next year and tha dent forget the corn to nil ItThree things are needed to handle a hone In the breaking A good whip but ue it little A rear rape use It kindly A surcingle and trip rope best of all De sure In distributing the manure that the thin bare pUw are well ear ered Sometimes the flHtlsI that seed It least get It beoauce tboyare handy to Ute barn This la a mistake When unhotked corn li fed to the cows care must be taken to aupttty only the requisite amount ef ErtUn which can bo determined by aeleotlng an average shook husking out the can and ascertaining how much shell ed corn It carries The only preservatives which should be used In milk are oleanllneia I and cold Milk through a atorllis I cheese cloth sever en the pelt remov- the d milk at onto from Urn barn as cool to 60 degrees or below and tho milk will not sour sooner than It shouldThe horse stepped on my foot theI other day My how It hart and ho the hot blood rushed to the head an I a made me want to use the whip on th t animal hut It was set his fault It war my earte neit I am glad Ir didnt lose my temper for to punish a torso for something for wMch be IIst not to blame U to do the animal a real and lasting Injury A farmer who has had much expert once with quack grass and the meth ode of eradicating It says be finds tha the only way Is to dig U up root andI Ibllla1spring tooth harrow fftUawed Itr the ordinary harrow several time AI rut as the roots accumulate wider UeI barrow they are gathered and cartelI calrdry straw and let on fire Green tomatoes left on the vines after the not heavy frosts CAR be- n t ripened by pulling up the whole plan u and phidng them on a freshly spaded corner which Is sheltered Spread thorn an the ground and cover with straw leaves or burlap and thus theI fruits will ripen beautifully Another fnsfI a ripeninghouse Put In lldtn 1shelves that can easily be shored n tomsdKeep a warm moist atmosphere 1 In the box and the fruits will ripen well without the sun The quality of the butter depend much on the nicety with which the Asesoon as granule are wellformed water with a handful of salt should be added and the churn agitated slightly This thins out the buttermilk make It more fluid The salt adds gravity to the canine and settles It It this butter la left In the wash for a tow minutes undisturbed tho butter will all rise to the surface In a distinct mass sad then tho buttermilk can bo notsdraw out all of the fluid Stop when you thiak It fIs nearly all out and repeal the process two or throe times or at least until the water runs clear but the last time let the butter drain all It will Then let the butter stand In salt brlno 20 or 30 minute and U fIs ready to mold for market Soil nitrogen Is lost In three ways by mope by KM given off In free form by the soil and by leaching A recent experiment of the Minnesota station has demonstrated that 30 bushels of wheat will remove something like 49 pounds of nitrogen If the ground be kept In wheat for IS year there will be an annual loss of about 95 pounds of this element through the drainage waters and air For every pound that Is taken from the soil to make the crop more than two and onefourth pounds are lost In the other ways named It should be noted that this Is true If the ground be kept la son Unuous cultivation to wheat Whoa a rotation of crops Is practiced la which clover Is grown live stock kept and manure used the supply of nitrogen Is maintained There will be a certain amount of nitrogen lost through the air and drainage waters la spite of all that can be done to pre vent it but this can be more than retnmrd by the growth of cloves aid the a Ucatloa of manure vaseline at the Courier Office I 1l1 f t F Get a bottle ofgr I It TARPINJ3y J Cough Remedy a 1j iTAndCOVG5 i Jl Helm Ellison 1 r I I I I 4 I of I I I I I I + I I I I I t I I I ++i I Heard I ij On the Streets F u++ ++I 4 +I + I +I ++++ I 101 I I I I Arc lamps Pay your subscription Fresh Oysters at Benton Benton sells all kinds of Iruits I1C you need coal Telephone No 48 Gasoline at the Courier office Can goods of all kinds at Bentons Benton handles dally paper See him IGet better meat I have ItC- H Moore I lemondcopperhead 1 Sude Naifeh and wife spent the first of the week In Nashville Thas The Courier and the weekly Com mercialAppeal one year for 125 Tenntday 125 gets the CommercialAppeal tI sad the Hickman Courier for v on yeart Bring me your produce High est price cash or trade C H Moore The Nashville American and the Hiokman Courier both one year for S12S E R Briton WAS la St Louis last week buying goods for the firm of Ellison Bros- Poultry Fence any quantity or height prices right Bettersworth I Prather Co upinworth Prather Co daan e ral days Iis improving W C Bowden who has been iin Truman Arkfof several months returned home last Wednesday Did you ever try Meyer Bros NotblnglikeI Prather Co ISpecial prices on Van Camp and goodsYouworth Prather it Co j FOR SALE Seme of the best property in West Hickman out of neighborhood livery barn at a bargain if you talk at once E F Davis 35tf c Joe Amberg has moved back to the Old Amberg residence and Ed Townsend will occupy the property vacated by Mr Amberg Mrs W H Newman died at her home in Fulton Sunday night after a lingering illness Mrs Newman was prior to her marriage Miss VII lie Meacham daughter of Blllie Mea cham a well known business man of I Fulton Court tyouse News Coc faitt4 fur Our Cry Reader 1 fi Z I The following real estate transfers have been recorded since our last reportAlex Lawson to H F Remley and F S Moore land S650 D B Wilson to Geo Meacham land 400- Dradle I Hendrix to Chris Led midge land S2JO s Rebecca J Stege to Misses Cora and Liwie Harris land S6OO W H Berryman to L A Seay Im tt proved lots in Fulton 950 T J KIrkpatrick to Thos Dillon 1100Iis Mr Kirkpatricks residenceyon Troy Avenue J F Glidewell to J B Jones land 1000R Kirk to Mrs Jessie and Misses Bufle and Effi Bruer residence in East Hickman This is the rest deuce which Mrs Bruer has been oc cupying for some time Mrs Sallie McDermott to S N Sweeney land east of Hickman 2000Wm P Felt et al to Hand Made Buggy Co lots in Fulton 275 Jas F Brown to Jno R Brown land SSO L W Brown to Mrs Mollle Roberts land 1000 S B Brown to Jno R Brown land 140Arthur Arringtoa to W T Kyle et al land 360 G T Meacham to C H Bruer andtRoM Carpenter land 600 Luther Watson to C T Bondurant land 2000 J P Swann to W H Malone lots in Fulton 80 J P Morris to T K MeMerry et al SO Bores of land 2150 WayneTbomasNettie Dowell to Edward MoMil len lots m Fulton S850 C T Bondurant to his father J J C Boadurant land 1044108 Will Guilders et al to W H Pow 1ers et al a business house and other lots in Fulton 500 Lewis M Grayhan to Mary E Powers lots in Fulton 240 H W Frcaz et al to P J Frenz lots in East Hickman 400 i P J Frenz to C F Baltzer lot in Gourley Addition SJ2 Two deeds of J W Maya corntmissioner for the heirs of Duncan Campbell were filed this week One was made to Chas Campbell and the other to Allen Campbell The Jan81853tResidence For Sale AII No 27 Here is a bargain new storyand a half six room tell dence conveniently located to ether with the lots 132x166 feet and barn and othtr out bouldings Best piece of property for the money in Hickman Has electric lights wat erworks splendid view of the river t etc A good contractor said the the house alone was worth 1800 yi Several hundred dollars less takes it if you talk quick It will beat paying rent 1 I Get particulars at HIckman Cour ier olfioetI Star FlourMade by Besheres Jackson Columbus Ky Better Than Seems Necessary II i Ask your donlor for Stnr flour Every pound of it is positively guaranteed t Mode from select winter wherit k NOSE BARKETT Agt Hickman f I ll THE HICKMAN COURIERI Clown UMtom Ktatokt Lib k JW == = u 4YC SPEER AND J C SEXTON Bdlur tt Pr prtt ri =ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Dr CASH IN ADVANCEI = He = llatrid at tho IltoftHMB KwUaebv petteSTkfI M Montl chum mall maUer FriHiFGOruaryd 81 1908iI Whether you have been there fo- I some time or not your minister willI be glad to see you at church Sunday Dont patch up an excuse to tay away N The dty of MayneU will 100ft vote upon a proposition to issue bonds in the sura of 70000 This money is to be expended In erecting two modern school buildings The Republicans of Kentucky IIt- iiis said wilt not support Mr Hughes of Now York unto be chances his views OB horse racing Coy Hegbos will no doubt shape his views aooord ingly The entire length of the capitol bulking at Washington from north to south is 751 fet ant Us greatest dimension from east to meet is 350 feet The aroa covered by the build ing is 153112 square feet The amount of iron used in its dome was 8509200 pounds = = yyYYy vTYYYYyyy Courier Want Column AJitoU frni aid 011 Onr Cad frr WW I turn M wn4 wtff out tftt 4 HMV 4ttfire m nw alit 4 mutt k Mkf ftf Ut its tr 1 1 AAA4AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA POUND Leather coat Des cribe coat and for this notice eCFOR SALE One more and two young vows with young calves James H Saunders 31 FOR RENT Dwelling rooms a over Berendes Book Store Apply tI f to John Fethe at store JJca IIPaR1bomC33 Woodland Mills T A Prather to Jr 3Jca threugiltrcdWhite W W Preuett Route 4 Hietta roan 39p THUROUGHBRSD JERSEY bull will stand at our east farm Services SLIis FOR SALE Mke suite of furni ture dining table safe etc good c as new and a bargain forJJQ Apply at this office JS2c FOR SALE Six head work mules coming 3 yearold 3 head 4 t1totermsL C Maddox JStfc WANTEDMan and wife white or colored to do general farm work and cooking Permanent position if satisfactory L C Maddox 3Stfc FOR SALESIx room residence in heart of the city A bargain if Inquireforty Co FOR SALE A thrse room house and four lots in Couriers Addition Worth doutlc what we ask Hlak man Courier Realty Co Ak for No 33 Price 475 FOR SALE A nice little four room house Just the thing for the t man who Met muoh to Invest but who wants a home Centrally locat = ed Price 450 Ask for Ne 29 Courier Realty Co FOR SALK 5 room two story residence substantially built one block from Clinton street Mo steps to climb On corner lot Want it for S1200l It U worth more Ask for bargain No 30 Hlckman Courier Realty Co FOR SALE Small farm 4 miles south of Hickman near Montgome ry school house Four room house barn and other improvements also farming implements stock grain etcApply to Tcbe Capps HIck man is2p FOR SALEA neat one story 4 room cottage Close to the bus rI I ness part of town That young el- I low who is intending to marry this I year will do well to see us about thisl property Price S700 Listed as No 32 Hickman Courier Realty CoFOR SALEA nice threeroom cottage in East Hlekman good c tern large roomy lot and other Improvements Small orchard and entire place under good fence House is practically new Good location good neighborhood Owner has good reason for selling and offers this beautiful little home f 675 See us If you want a bargain As for No 36 Hickman Courier r Co 11s + hc THE INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO OF NEW YORK AND CHICAGO HAVE THIS TO SAY If you feel certain that some other tailor CAn equal us in quality styler fit and promptness there is nothing left to do but to take your order on price Qunlity for Quality and no merchant tailor in America can compete with tho International when a Showdown is made with the coin Call and compare MILLET t NAYLOR Change In Old Firm The drug business of T T Swayne one of the oldest send most reliable firms of this city has bees incorporated and will be known aa The Hickman Drug Co Twothirds of the stock of this new concern has betas sold to C L BrysatMrSaayae each of the three gentlemen sharing equallyMr Swayne will be business meager of the firm and will he found at the old stud as be hal our the pool years T T doeaut look like man that has served so long in ache business but he has He gradu in the Pharmaceutical Depart ent of the Vanderbilt University in and has been in the drug busi since that time It is needless say that he has built for himself splendid reputation during those many years The new members of the Arm are popular energetic and well known business mess This taken in connection with the fact that the new Arm will put in sea fixtures and make several other improvements enough to warrant the growth and prosperity of The Hickman Drug CoHeres our beet wishes gentle men A new brick building will1 go up ia business part of town as soon as weather will permit Location and names later W Hickman Kentucky Notice The Republicans of Pulton Conn ty are called to meet m eonventwi on the 7th day of March at S oclock p a at the potting planes m theirI respective voting products for the purpose of electing a Rspublkmn Preofat Committee man in oath of sunk voting precincts for the ensuing trust year RespatitfMlly T F BBAOUB furor Ws onnnnnae this week the can tdany 011w Honey for the oer ofC of Button County j subject to the win nf the Democra party Mr Rosy has been pmettc lug law in Hiekman more than six years and is well known by everyone InI the county Whne we wore set here at the lat primary we arc told that Mr Roney withdrew from tne race In the interest of harmony On his astIoa m this matter be says he bases largely Ilk claims to theewhich he seek We do know that Mr Roney is capable of Icotctnf after the etude of aomac should he be elected Be is encief PuiWn Countys brignteet and beet young attorneys H lu in Ute Hoe of groceries we have It Botterxworth Prather Co Mrs TheN McDermott wise want to Nashville to reside is thtnWng of coming boot to the boot tows 011 earth to make her home H ColdANt Coalif 2 Are Inseparable Companions = = c == = =A cold proposition however is not considered goodII form but a COAL proposition interests even persons ofr the warmest nature at this season of the year We have secured the exclusive agency from the BonII Air Coal Iron Co and have the following grades of their coal on hand at present i Bon Air Lump- Cumberland LurnpI Eastland Lum We also have a good grade of Kentucky Coal TRADEWATER LUMP Blacksmiths and users of Steam Coal can be accomI modated at any time as we always keep coal suitable for these purposes 4r8not Hickman Ice Coal Co incorporatedI rP S Owing to the uncertain stage of the river we will be unab to unload a barge of Piltsburg Coal for the time being but we alma carry this coal In stock when consistent W A Statement by Meadows + The following letter appeared in a recent Issue of the Memphis Com 1 merclnl Appeal Several alleged news Items have appeared Iin your paper during the past tea months concerning my late domestic troubles I believe not one lots ever contained a word of truth Today JOUr paper curt rained an articlelent from Paducah Ky stating a lot of untruths abouts my refusal to go to see my Ifawho was dying In St Louis There iIs hardly one truth in that article She has RIver sent me a telegram at all and I have never sent her one and of course I never deolned to tif He her in her dying hours I never agrood to give or consent to Mrs Meadows having any divorce or all many and no sort of agreement has B ever Mon made touching that mat Let I have never refused to see Mrs Meadows at any time and will ad that after she became so IIII In I t4SttJlAkswtUa the very but medical talent ingI Su Lock trained nurseon and every thing that could in any way eon as tributc to hot comfort sad since she has been so W in the Hospital I have made two villa 10 son hoi there It to indeed strong that action do mestic troubles that sometimes afittet 0 some who arc so unfortunate cat be at least have only tbs truth toM or mtuttehod concernine Ute same It occurs to mt that Justice dotminds that you publish this state J mont which contains the facts con corning the matter your several1 ant dec here recently referred Mt Vary rcprollugyaW MttaaOWSb nAsksTo relieve the worst form of XhoMRattsm take a tMUpowtei of the fioHtwiiig mixture allot eaabfmeat sad at bedtime I Plaid Ixtmot Dandelion onenaif a ounce Com ounae COJlDund jriprioparilla these osaco These haraUoaa ingredients can be obtained tram oust base dna glauS and are early mixed by slaking them well m a bottle Xetiei to gen he erally felt MM the first few dnses The prtoatip tIe state a well knows authority In a Cleveland nwmlAp paper toreos the dogged itmmute matter and uric add which canoe Kheamntitat Mu Is not only uc u molt pallvl sad tortotawa aeU but 4a eetOM to INs this simple recipe will m doubt be greatly val red by many ron here at home wits should at onee prepare Ute mix lure to get this relict of It ta said that a person who woHlII take this prcioripUon regularly a dose or two dilly or even a tea Banos a week would never have se or Urinary Disorders1052beushsy us test out Ibis and pmerve it an Good Rheumatism that Srny5aDdftbadlwill either supply those ingredients or make the mixture reedy to takedway o our readers so prefer Please Settle II AlUperscn Indented to the wrier signed will plea call and settle net later then Pub 2h We must ta rrup we now firm and make settlement with the retiring member If yoII owe us please give this matter your prompt attention BwmWaWORT PRATJWW COCI Rush CreekIWe are sorry to state that MrCI T Btnnnntnt is on the sick listtMm Green Adams ia visiting her sister Mrs Chas Moonan this week MrsBottle proving The gifted and accomplished Mlas tddlpe the next Our friend Charley Neonan Iis all t tomakehappy Uy He would rather be the atherff of a babe girl than sheriff t havehisf on the 21stt If the weather permits If nightIfI 1 DoIt good dialogues and some good plays I I le3tad Potatoes a big lot of thecc BetteYsr stowIIellerawottb Prather lit to I t t+ I Irt I I 1 THE F Sof E COLUMN 1 I I I tlI I t t t I + +t t I 1 I BY JAS U SAUnDERS Fulten County Union met at Ha leI Dell rheel house itch ISth with W It McGhee In the chair After the reading and approval of the min ores of last meeting we discussed the many communications received Ince itch S Farmers merchants seed men from five or six state were anxious to furnish us oats and clover seed or any other seed needed Samples were examined from Wisconsin Michigan and Tennessee oats Alilke and Big Bed Clover The dlsouiiion of these samples brought out excellent suggestions from J D Mayea J J Seay W Clark and Elijah Bradley- As the members present had se wooed all the clover seed they need W B McGhte was instructed purchase 105 bushels of oats for not yet supplied J M Roper suggested that our home dealers be ives the preference In thil deal along as they furnished u good seed those at a distance On motion of W N Bnu eU the secretary was Instructed tn And at what price we can buy a half dan an r more ooplos of Third Power to used as a circulating library tn Increase our membership- J D Mayo moved that we have prlsttalAOtihehis done The secretary and Mr Mtyoi theycladnd promised to do better next time ut as every one knew thud it bad all day Frldttaddlcr of could get toHickman they were excused The dinner baskets showed ulna our members had wet 11 all their provisions tor the fragment left would have tad quite number of our absent members sitf friend if they had only attended the meeting The lax subject on the rcortr program The Good of the Order our well handled by W M Bras old At the oleic of his address solicited out visitor Mr Wm Luten to unite with our union White Mr Lutes was almost con vinced his answer vis Mice that of Agrippa to Paul Almost thou per me tc oin the Society of oulty The president took the ralprogram in an inverse order wklng p kit Movement of Crops In absence of Allen Davis this subset was handled by W N Bras field the secretary and perimpt some others It was argued that if the crops were moved as they are seeded during twelve months Instead being dumped within one or two after they are gathered there would be no necessity for tile AM rich bill sow before congress The bankers and poiltldan tell that It takes 00000000 tc move our crops aril we must have elastic currency that will expend In the fall wad contract in the spring while the armers old common people pay the national bonks for alt this expansion and contraction Mousy statesmen that we have the wortt mono tary system IIn the world not except Mg the savages beads and warn c It all thin expanilcn and contrac UlNa leered be dose tc move the farm en crops Just hoW the crop until they are needed and move the same amount in January that we move in June the tame in July that we move In December and there will be no neoeseity for expansion or contrac Iron This will also relieve all car famines for if we move one twelfth our crops each month we shall give the railroads steady eIRpley Instead of rushing thousands railroad most almost to death one month and turning them out to starve the next In the absence of Ceo B Threl keld who was to have discussed Wheat and Tares or Who are Our Worst Knerales this subject was also discussed by other members Every Bible reader Iis familiar with the parable of the wheat and the tares The laborers discovered that the tare were growing with the wheat and wanted to pull them up to destroy them The Master said No let them grow until harvest for In pulling up the tares you will laborr ers would have been worse enemies than the taros The tares are the dumping farmers and the laborers who wished to pull them up are the nightriders The dumpers dam age us and damage themselves by breaking down the price of our pro ducts but the nightriders are worse than the dumpers for they destroy us in destroying the dumpers just as the laborers would have destroy ed the wheat in pulling the tares Last of all came our presidents address on What Have We Accom plished His address showed the a r liMe ctrlFrri e+Itkd ru rStiei MlOM er grouti v Al f- fcr3 t bared 3f3fr t ir tedUuti plftotrt v f The tteebnK Ut asembf tr up- out rep M cask W SRir r Ia r late UIr Uoa 1 HOf 51reaper 1tai1Iaanttihey J t1 bud btLsreted wdtlnsvleskedu1 Yt try yedrhI I- Ie t eye t I thirty M this adr 1 aJAr Meet nkhose t amend t TItcalii At 10 s Stale tint LNeMa I lemur V en bsMi a u- LsgrV1 v prtItapai Nn OWa ar L M I t lNil At r Mies L v tteniaH aY LM Mr r panted thr man Sitar a T C Kerr v this vtcuiii the psrpot Hngh h f v Mexico 41 Mile of Hi 1- ef W 9r v and Sun4 Mr S rot v dayor a- IIleai i l t l ropwte1t rn j tog Route Tv c ParuierFschool bo c large atte a- wpCfUrr Uu ai ion ss r iM Hrcknti pOIC of h lor beUff ir II appoint t soar Mirk same W TItogersyeti with k yell art Ai n v We tare youog r meycities in I F we will ni Feb 21 meit Intl l1 J- fptty MeatyIi x- ome The ItoCadC TIM sidel mea lU Many I ltabout ih Girl in i t HIck lAI our trbeftttKR those wtdtrue put r Souther acters set r = A the re4 could hr treCwq on It w- rj 10 V our peop r regimeThe re 1stL- rRepubhI t delegate 1 PaducahV for the Ij y oandidat for prtltilrl r 1 flsot to the Rf 1 L cage j 0 tsteJTheii as JIt = Dick f- j Lil urdav r iorSlot 01111 i Yrt tttky tar l 7- L t Yt c rrcr i hla Wen and you itregarryzthtsstt the bogus t UT s L 14 i it aftvoloMr not a II dksttstg MtrnHy i s iaiiHyl Ug tntl Mitt Wfcal a Iml 1 gin bid tarsed ut a I Mgae ftJIIIR i e plea WtttMMtt my Iu4 salt s dtitttteaeat o c AI flam day I tnwkcs sassed tw Imn to Ike affair I L wfcmi yu wwiM tId Te vtotttalljr p etdT1 n rewtetton whlah I xr rapfaack Into the h o wile w4I Bell big I u 44 rowan bees t lee wapnd- Iani i ilawty waHnl up l s L t awrflowed Mwrrlar- t up rr n r up id went ever ta tctag awftaic the pa beuM In the girl with a 1t and to rn the tteaobery d S treated L wu written by Hlclijfeaok 4 att It wits a vtwmn a nee The girl oru b xl 4 1I the aiked sit the Mt r heart ereitic ta her 5 tI rtf briefly Kaw wttn IhlrIlanptHX- i Acata MM the tAM wear r 1 It lids naNM Into a iDtJnKsalMttl agsew MI tats the wane hniVat i happiest girl la Ua- r replied Ute Kraml duke w I lad faWttttl DdHf lilMiB a jr ins letttns yau haver You have reftelad they s 1ae wIaky aauatrir- ahi i the aamiuan peepte wa at where we will 1 aball on C the marriage wH lake to r fit aJfl my friend away she l k i iatly taraeJ a v niie ta Klra the matters ta r v alKbt- a i away wHhavt a wend sad a k A f ee ka reared at her he hoe EIMHi that ha was barm tat kia gelet dtterataaUaQ iota e eirlttitaa of any further ere it There was no escape sp- Its i ar away She wept an br r 11 Kht net 10 mush at the 4 M4lnc DopjHilklnn ai at rBt i a Inaee Cbarmlax had rl- Ir i M the last train sad WI- IIn ly t to wika her vn er If he tiwald be when It was tee as 2 n ay times lad ibe era aI she rode In the free- ht f1I mArnlncit hew Mealy Uw w hU TAlta tbrlMH hrrl- Ba d f wre d4eay ta run away U w firue her alSd then do- u P and in tfiarrlice ai a nUlai- ntt c nnimf ho had black hair m i Tyr More aflen he wai MK Kl th yellow hair aad thlIf i 10 all the werldU CHAPTER VI 3 n rose at dawn the M I t She routed out liaR I the i T sad told him to saddle e slim Imbed epal brown au KaKilib aablemaa bid t n i 11 minutes later she was 1 i end the beavlnen on- U earned to die and vanish i lit ai mute on the bosom et tit rEes like A pale start ber aad the day flushed As rk of a waking Infant beDI in IV to creep over tbe rolling r i i Onlytr1 ass a aLlyld rim of smoke The- ca M 1 e Irlt shut behind with a- rer i i i for a time the was stool U1 fbe touched Artemli with a i t tAlly broke Into a canter ft v= e take road The clrli nor bit ti Hull flower the thou tt1r ui upi of the forest the et v srf yieMed up a cool sweet tr that wai to tbe mind what I lit s f wine U to the blood ethlt try 11ed with pllllc and tray and- Ib J 1 Kid the ever cbanttng hues ofo mnminc the surface of the lake a UkeItFishIEs soundinglthe circles would widen blackbirddJ ns silent rushes a hawkIamists swam s t tpr mysteriously nrowln1 dayrwords of the old tentmaker111 dayfemonllhe alhofar remaTheNnornlacllrma4I I channel How the envied the pear ant woman who might come and KO at hutlovingAh IrlnM Charmlnic Trine Charm lag where were y m Why dU jou loiter Perhaps for her there was no Prince Charming It mlcht he to She lulled She would never marry Itappclklnn finer That horrible Birinhork She was alarf utad that the tied etrw k hint attain and again cerise hla lytiir eyve and evil metHh She had believed that she knew the Wec1di It WM alI yet a mnte ry the alder the grew the leia ehw midereu a4 Waist aevbdy RMi4t Wee evrnrybirflt to tw dlelriwt Wbkh way iltouM IM teeS ROW werM was hwMlfnl eexwaik It wae the people la It W IMty Me had her trewWra too Mt aome wI she refused Ie tend theta MM acted very mush ai If ihe wer k lava she Sued at the hawk emilynow prowl sad tree be wee ae latpk tb n eirvMaic and atrrliaK lives the ton wai freer that sbe the fen eia were hli and be might GO whither MMud And the Ash that leaped In fraMe fr m the water cud the black bird IIn the rashest She eeM oat war rataad0h never starry UanfMtldnn sever Dot how ahotiM she eepebwOn VetlMt4ay sight she wowM he given her ourterly attownnee ef a thousand arowm aid on Tkonday she most aot Yes yin that was NI hew simple 8he wowM aMp over lnto mrMMna where they sever would think to aMMk far tier Site knew a place In whloll to hide Prune Doopel klan ahe would go ilMlRNt to Dreioaa aM seek the ttreteoUoo of her oM gee eraeai who wa M hide her UN the duke came te his aeaeee If eaty she had an Independent fortuae how she nM snap her flnceta at bets all Hhe waa distracted hy the ie a l of JamdlBC steel Anemia had eat a aHe Haw saasrlog It wotikj takeI ten mtautei la reach oU Hauefa smithy cad tea mlnutei more to put a sbse She brovgfet the ally dewaI a walk What was the me of bet K a prln teas If eon was not allowed to act la royal1 rawll It waist 10 IrrlblIwear mess oteUiei sad k1IWry were very eamterlaMe far riding hers cad aa tar rMtac a Woyele InIthe MiWle street hadnt that ugly ItaHaa duaheai riddea throwch the itreeta of ItoMe and la ltakilterlHtJlr too Nobody seemed ta mln4 IlIthere Hot In Ilariohelt It bad been IHtie short of a some Bhe waatted the 0mttC tag is attd the red hot wire her unfortunate wheel A smile rip pled over her face but It paaaod quick There was noiMac left ta 11II over They were BH IC ta free her to marry a tomb a sits In whom love and eewraKe and joy were aa dead IMaii Wee ta DeooelMM though I wen ta Mm MH would lead Mm a ace wiN sad terrible j If only she were Itchy tree to doj wllat she pleased to go and some lII WIll She waant horn to he a prln tear ibe waint commonplace noMih she enjoyed life too writ Ah enly she might lire end sot like KflRllah condos of has with ahem ahe went to aohooll They could ode man tuhlon hunt monfaahlon sheet play cads and het at the races man fashion and nobody threatened them with Doppelklnni They might dance too till the IHR fIe into the windows and the iwia on their faces rarked nut ahel II use the em hail to illustrate the decided nets et ler pretty keadi Why every sweet had to be stolen She would never marry Doppelklnn never She would never watch hit Id note grow purple at the table Bhe would run away And alnee Prince Charming was nowhere to be seen It were better to die an old maid Presently the smithy came Into view meriting from a cluster of poplin She rode up to the door dismounted and marred Old react himself wag t the bellown and the weird blue Igbt hliMng up from the blown coals Ilioovered another oualnmer Rhe turned and met his frank glance of ad nlratlon u Ilf she hadnt turnedI K his admiration hadnt been entirely frenki instantly iho sent Hauer a warning glance which that old worthy teemed Immediately to understand The stranger was tall woll made handsome with yellow hair and eyes ta blue aa the sky UI when the weat wind blows lie raised his cap and the heart of the girl fluttered Wherever had this leemly fellow como from flood morning said the stranger onrteoualy I lee that you have had the same misfortune ai myself You have lost a ahoeT Hather an noylng when one doeant want a single break In the going She uttered Ihe words carelessly aa If she wasnt at all Interested The stranger stuffed his cap Into a pocketShe waa glad that ahe had chosen the new saddle The crest and coat of arms had not yet been burned upon the leather nor engraved upon thlt ill rer ornaments and there was no Maaket jueer Ue ril1Ih asddla 0 j J A Big Stock i JXr S There might he an adventure one owed sot always tell the moet hide her Identity If the stranger knew that beloiiKod to the hove of Bareeheit poMlMy he would he frightened and take te hit heck Rut the Princess HlMtnartfe did not w tbat this ilraanar serer took to bill heels he wawTt that kind Prln leu or fteaeant It woedd have beets all the ame ta him Only his tone might tore bet half a key Bauer called to his aieiHunt and the stepped out into the road The itranxtr faUawed aa she koew he meld It will be sees that eke knew lamethlng af men It only that they oiaeai curiosity What a beautiful pace this Ila the Itrancer ventured wavtng Mi heed to ward the atlll lake and the sliest alaty mountains There Ila no place quite like It she tdmllted You are a stranger In oar- ichettpelltr4y He was young and tertalaly tbe beetloaklag man the had sea ta a mania of sees If Dnppel Imaa saw wore oaly more after this pattern Tea this la mr Ont trip ta Dar fOhH hud a very eatming smile Yes are fruM Vlaanal- Vo Ah teem Hertta t was net quite safe af tko aeoeoc I am a GersaaaAmetlsasdrasit palelaI Amotteat she orietl her Interact gonriaotr aMMod TSw taS Ute DOM try where every ere MI just aa be pleatoiHamaMmaa what beanUral teeth she had while aa eaUMaod ukTbojr are freer Nearly alwaya They ion me that unseen there are aft queens We ass there vf hero alwr yeer humble erwuai- Hewaa evidently a geofloMUM there waa aametlilHC In his bow that was wjurtly And de the women attend the theatara abMtt at Rt Ntr If they dark te Tell ma does Ute dawnjitor or lee preMdent have lINt aa mach Nborgr aa hr IHterAvis more Only there are no war Jeota In Aiaerlea- Me aablest What do they call OF lion r l Recordsss- just received Edison Phonographs I5up Q Easy Payments EIaLJSC BElC ltbwomen 0407 Only at the womonl eludes She dM not quite get thla nt that It was too subtle rather that It WILl not wtttim her eoraprelieHakia It b a Mg eountryr- Bver aa big Da you like It r- tlove every meek af It I have even cited fought In the far ILII 1Were1 1eltberI He looked at her sharply but her I eye waa raving lie became ample sew She might be simple and then again abe mightnt She was worthI i studying anyhow ijI j CONTINUED NEXT WEE I Our popular City Attorney Alli son Tyler has tendered his resigna lion u a member of the Fulton County Democratic Executive Com mittee and announces this week as aI candidate far the office of County Attorney of this county Mr Tyler is known to most every voter having practiced law here for a number of years and has a good clean record The fact that he was reelected City Attorney over his own i protest is a splendid tribute to his popularity at home and this can be well taken as an index as to his standing where he is known Mr Tyler is a young man as most of our readers know yet he Is an able lawyer and one of the most energetic teen of our acquaintance He would make a good official Mrs George Warren gave an old fashion 12 oclock dinner to several of her lady friends at her home last Tuesday noon Those present were Mesdamos J W Rogers E B Pra ther C P Shumate R M bier It B Brevard R T Tyler and M M Randle It was one of those pod old time dinners almost a thing of the pastwhere folks real ly enjoy themselves Enough saldi r oosbft Good style in dress is largely a matter of individual taste One man will have a liking for the extreme of fashion while another will wifh to have the sharp lines toned and soft ened In harmonious accord with his own more conservative ideas It all amounts simply to this Good style it the recognition of fashions dictates plus some slight preferences Good style then in clothes for men meant that we should have our garments made to our measure andmade to conform to our individual stations Our orders are all carefully and promptly made to measure by Tfe ftuW Tbflovv of Chicago and New York and we guarantee not only good style but a perfect fit and the very tfinest tailoring We are now showingt- he complete new Royal line of Spring Suiting and Overcoatings beautiful and exclusive patterns something to please everybodyIf style snappy clothes high qualities and moderate prices interest you then Royal tailoring is what youre looking for Come and see the hundreds of new and beautiful domcsrir and imported fabric ELLISON BROS I 3T Woodland Mills The children of G B Burrus have mumpsThe S Club will be reorganiz ed in March- J D Alexander is able to be at ths store again Mr Mealous Lynns mother has returned to her home ft L Curlin wax in HIckman Monday on business Jim Jones bought some cattle from H L Curlin this week L C Maddox of Terrell Tenn is the guest of his parents MisssEstelle Harper was the guest of Miss Allie Dee Curlin Sunday Rev Stiglcr held his regular ser vice at Woodland Sunday and Sun day night There was a very large crowdMiss Bessie Logan of our little town Is in Martin very sick with mumpsMiss Baby Burrus was the guest of Miss Georgia Bunus of Stat Line last week lDea on Snow Writes KyEditorsSherman definition of war can now be appropriately applied in de scribing Fulton county roads In the words of Bennet Langford l tsuch roads made a flying trip ores to Ful II Wednesday to see if I could the printing outfit of the Fulton Evening Record Defunct Prof Burns Jim Roney and myself are thinking of starting a paper hereto be called the Luzclle Weekly Squirt Politically we refuse to be hampered by any party but will give vent to our wrath in whatever requireanyj fl in or s Jo SO j like some of tombstones In out grave yard does but shall al ways endeavor to hit some one in tbe solar plexus Squire Whippel and Leander Robinson have taken some stock in this to insure our favor and thats a good investment Well solicit whatever advertising we can get in your town and the tightwads wbo are to grouchy to advertise will be given some free advertising Our author Iced agents will be Bcb Wade Fulton 1 W S Burnett Moscow Paul Shaw State Line H N Cowgill Hickman H L Curlin Woodland Mills i and all other communications must be directed to the Weekly SquirtJust J now our board of school directors is greatly worried because Mrs Tim Fahr allows her 18 year old boy Mote B to go to school with a big red flannel patch on the base went of his trousers Mose seems much annoyed and keeps his seat most of the time One Luzlle girl mortified him much Monday by ask- Ing him if he wasnt afraid he would set the seat afire when he sat dom It is likely that Fred Coffmans ad vice will be taken and school closed for the time being While standing in front of Jones Harris Cafe over heard a young man Line telling a Hickman man about catching a whistling rat with a yellow body and blue feet The fellow who gas listening replied that about 3 oclock that morning he had seen a flock of pink frogs with opal eyes and peagreen whiskers playing tagII on his front porch That Clinton C street whiskey must be worse than what we got in Fulton during last court Looks like Mayor Dillon would want these fellows to handle a better grade John Cotton is about one of the Jolliest fellows you have In HIckman and would be alright but he asks such silly questions at times He 1 asked me how I would like to be at the equator now where cocoanuts Po t 1t J i Horace Brown Dead Horace Brown died at his homeiIn Obion County Tenn Feb 10 of pneumoniaHe 53 years old and leaves h a wife two sisters and a brotherII J R Brown of this city to mourn t his loss Mr Brown war a consistent mem ber of Reelfoot Baptist Church and loved by all who knew him The remains were buried in Ebi neezer Church cemetery five miles west of Troy The firm of Davidson Stubby will have their new dental quarters at Union City ready for occupancy about March 1 Union City will not lack fora good dentist when these gentlemen open their branch office there None better in this or that staleii Mr Farmer Dont fail to see our stock of Garden Seed Garden Tools cBettersworthePrather Co are the staff of lifeand not to have to wear any more clothes than they do Well I dont know Dont i you suppose Joen that they have to climb for those cocoanutsand If a fellow like you was dressed only in a diamond brooch and a bland smile wouldnt the stickers on the trees sort of irritate the profile of your tummy Seems like Dave Morgan says that after the election the other candidates will be busily engaged turning their politi cal clouds wrong side out looking for the silver lining Dee Roe promises to run tot as lessor if I will do his stump speak ing Alright Dee old boy Bill Perry has his first advertisement ready for the Weekly Squirt It reads Groceries sand Royal Tailoring whitewashing and music Gold Medal Flour J Has No Superior We sell it sacks barrels Phone Ellison Brost1 neighbors enterpriseenough fromSate teaching Best in the world I notice In your last issue that Price Leggate slipped off and married and never said a word to me about it Thats a doggone poor way to treat an old friend Price J You just cheated yourself out of a six bit rocking chair by acting the smarty and not letting me know about it Now you can stand up the rest of your life Rep Jackson who has the entirerlegislative body skinned a country block for whiskers writes me asking what I think of his bill to prohibit the shooting of firecrackers on county roads It is a masterpiece of legislation Iud we ought to sendlhim to Congress as a slight token ofcour appreciation He tells me too he has purchased one of the late style suitsa U Beckham which has a pocket on the outside of theileft lapel of the coattail where communications from the big concerns 1 may be received whithout annoyance- to the busy members of that august s body He says that Geo Carpenter was down to see him not long agotand that he and George attended a i high ball and had all sorts of times but he didnt say a word about that i ifhungry electric fan getting mixed up in his whiskers DEACON SNOW Will Do Cash Business Henceforth we will do a cash busi q ness in the coal department To insure prompt delivery let cash accompany your order and if not conven ient to send cash we will send coal o O D with a receipted bill emanating from our office which will be delivered by driver upon payment- of amount stated Fall prices still prevail Hiokman Ice Coal Co In corporated Phone 48 S D Luten left Tucsdayjor Red land I T where he will spend acv eral weeks In interest of the Men 1 gel Box Co jj-j- t t I 1 ti ti 3aa i I lWHY BE DISFIGUREDWITH PIMPLESAND BLACKHEADS whm ZEMO aIaa Ud rtseml w WttlQ u awl prwu Ue c tf reel GtUpJ4 lad crMM cwUMt oat TOO ud t1INtIc Cue l Ieuu zKiO drtwPImplcuax4bys f L+ tu n mt ud IHIt tnu N tb ah ud dcttron UMO iaaI a nk dNl UtUhr kla- UAIO u uboaeut teeedy and IIa et fiUcd la eon It U it trd u 7ibs worMVnitUcortcr all dtttuti M IM UWriUfS5pl VM taklct rcmi dnvtUl win i focd U Z mo JNs 10 cm- Il4 inea hk UUM t A S W Root MIIMCKI Co St Lolls WOo OallIW idn Y ev remedl- adlet tb Cate of aU An wip dkSUL Pet lb ev opI I b1M poet tm s7 MA SUfl u anptbMS le tbs wotgd 1047 1a Ht bellI- IARaY IIA- MNaRR TrnI DrIPiirtno ORtT E W ROSE MEDICINE Co j O32ODStrt ST LOUIS NOcc hara ta1 u4 SU Ic1IEI3i A BLUSON I I tb Meet Your Friends t at LAUDERDALES 43 TONSORIAL tt43 PARLORS g- I I Best la Htekmn Hot and ft j fi cold baths electric lights ft 4and fans hydraulic chairs tL Jt and for comfort 1 41t4 Next door to Jones t tWJ 44tlY e1- i JIIaI I Dr S K Davidson i DENTIST OAiMenrrOaaaltta Drat Stere 1 Hickman Kentucky t j j V r + I Sstemaand CCllraOD t The scales Mod by dlnmend dual ers to weigh the stones are exceed ingly deHeale It is necessary thatI wcightofEvery man should be exact and systematic m bis financial affairs t A chocking account wilt record accurately and with system your en tire buciatK It is safe simplesconvenient to pay by chock We solicit your account THE HICKMAN BANK HICKMAN KENTUCKY 1Il1t Cask Book Storea UpleirJM Selection NoW Books- BYaationory Post Cards notions Ito Call anti see our Stook Every ling up to late IIMaryJ VI V WV 9 1 W iml II y 4 B T DA vstt- ovuci w at au fb Will practice in all courts In it the State Office on east side of Davis Block- HICEMAN KENTUCKY rr l j ourirrs ornr aidei t STfiRUMO ADVlOa I To a great extent the celibacy of our young men Is owing to the xy in which girls ors bnoght up Through mistaken klndnes mothii often themselves do what they ougbtI to make their daughters do Let them teach housekeeping on a fix d methodical plan and they will thn train their history French nrijfmulhI all the better It is natural and right that a mother should wish to see her daughter well educated and even highty accomplished and it is a mistake that good and careful education should unfit a girl for the homely duties of cooking dusting and general housework On the contrary those duties would be better anperformedsame time that they seek talented j iinstructors for their daughters ira part to them some of their own sotto t nary talent there would be more I good wives and marriages Little girls should be taught as early as possible to perform simple house hold duties neatly dui as they grow older tat them become gradually aoII quainted with the theory of house keeping in such a manner that when ther are married they will be able to adapt thetsstlvos to their circum stances tad be useful as well as pleasing companions to their bus beads Gratitude for mercies patience un ederihopehappiness this life can bear Abso lutely there is nothing beyond this bviewjlabor nitI notTl1E DUTYIimport iif as anyone can i and yet we do net believe she monopolises all the qualities needed in the great work of training up bunion heir s Her funU- ianty with her children places her disadvantagefor IlyaThe wise father will not indeed to take the reins of the family govern from tits wife but he will make his children feel and know that her gentle sway is sustained by a firm and steady hand that behind their mothers tender heart stands a i cool judgment and a will stronger eves than their own and that they cannot impose upon the one or resist the other But if he would be truly the father of his family he must net be a stranger to them ItwlU answer no purpose for him to come ia once in a while to meet some great emergency and axe down re hellion by hard authority He must be the companion the friend of his children Strong natural love must to be the basis of all beneficial disci plane But this is also we had al most said equally necessary for the lather himself Nothing keeps the heart so fresh and young saves it from bitterness and corrosion through the cares and conflicts and disap polntments of life as the daily enjoyment of home A ytllows himself time for relaxation pforboas will in the course of a few years have accomplished more with 1 Use wear of mind and body than who has been all the time on the- tretah seeking to catch the nearest way to wealth or any other object of g personal or public goodcoWITHOUT AN ENEMY Heaven help the man who thinks no he can dodge enemies by trying to please everybody If such an loci vidual ever succeeded we should be glad of itnot that one should be J 2goingfind beams to knock and thump biac head against disputing every mans opinion fighting and elbowing and crowding all who differ from him That again is another extreme Other people have their opinions so have you dont fall into the error ofsupposing they will respect you everydayWear your own colors in spite of wind and weather It costs the vac- dilating and irresolute ten times th trouble to shuffle and twist than Iit does honest manly independence to stand its ground FLOWERS FOR THE DEAD If friends would have the good taste to place a few simple flower about the departed ones such as she or he was fond of in life it would be very fitting but it is surely not iin taste to overload the casket wit flowers representing an amount of money which would do much good to the poor And then the custom o exposing the face of the dead to the gaze of those making the tour of inspection which is now almost uni RheumatismII I haT room lrfc1 arkI tiid COM for JIM Notamwdr that rnlU ftnUhtmifc SworteJ tlBlt ol ehronte wlppK 1roilmcattW r rHMrthi fret to dMl ln Ttot lilt 1 rail DJIf nr lr kill tpe JUu uU run ut uMLplotsbi dt + 0nnta4bltb BboopilUwuwkUe near r waa1lladt II pNuttoL dtrodW5 prcrlpuoa WIUIOuI out tutnataatt I ctrutolir tooted tarot own tJnpU aptmbtttnoaulbll tureen Conti r a w brtaro- oeA fIcould dlLnU I1XtIIID4Un noi utM ioand UhwaaUo lilood wwatodlpl aIMI hr a T uncStr tbs tuStm a thtasr AI fn lrudoM inter wMn wWat to par water And tbe4 wbMdUttlT K UMM wUoooc wwuj oat the n4 CIlIUM VI- Uam Wa t= fen iW no aarrr with oaa biwlaiede7Iama Dr Shoopst1 RheumaticI Rend ALL DEALERS versal in country churches Is to uS other very unpleasant feature off funerals We often read with Inter est of the burial rites of compara lively unknown nations and arc our prised and amused with their peculi arities Would not ours in their turn present some features as sari peopleIta 1 last look of a deceased friend it is surely due them alone and without I being gazed at by a crowd TUB SUNSHINE Everybody should live on the sun ny side of their houses us much asI possible i and allow the suns gooki rays to penetrate the rooms Dirk parlors are fashionable evils ue it Is gloomy enough to be into a tomblike apartment where one can scarcely grope his way to a seat and to discover wh- s I eyes become accustomed to the light that every chair and sofa on its duster apparently equipped for traveling to some unknown load But ladles must have their carpets bright and fresh even their cheeks are paler for it t Andl so the shutters are tightly closed and the heavy curtains drawn But beaulYladielbest parlor U li must be doae at all Let the rooms where the toot fly live be cheerful and sunny No lady would expect her house pleat send out toil brilliant blossomsI unless she placed them at a window where the sunshine would Invigorate rpocthercomplexions or to develop genial dispositions unless they live In tight sonny airy rooms Stop that tickling Cough 1 Dr stepitthoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even with very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender teats of a lung healing moMoUwoos shrub furnish the curative properties Dr Shoops Cough Cure It alma the cough and heals the sen opium used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoepa Take no other Sold by all dealers Davisfgiven the old man his walking She said she thought it not to come between him and his daughters who were so violently I opposed to the marriage countryStop earlyldsCure Tablets is surely sensible and sale Preventics contain no Quinine laxative nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never ap promptlybrokenchildren Large box 48 tablets 5 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 Sold by all dealers Is It Your Own Hair Do youreown Cant do It Havent enough hair It must AyersHairduction I May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair II- Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get dandruffflor over sixty yuan LowlilLfSARSAPAKILU tiers CtlUir PIUS KCTOKAl Sheriffs Sale for Taxes f On Monday March 9 1 1908 it being the first do Off rt of the Fulton County Court Coy t taudoor I for for taxes due the1 State of Kentucky and County of Fulton cas cost of sale the following described real estate nSleaa d in a t 1 names ate following parties towit There will be called Feb 17a special term of Fulton Fiscal Court to adjust t asscucdY for costs FUTON PRBCIHCT WHITE NAME VA HAME PROPBRTT VALUE TAX Marshall G W Itlsrrrt klI 7- f t Berryman Mrs T F 1 t 1 Fulton 1100 X7092Ffokclt N R Wll1 23cif I Y Brettan John 24 a laud no 1 460 919Rogers Mrs Mary litscree I IkBynutn Mrs Nannie 35 a land no 1 57Robettasn Litt 41IEHa I Campbell Mrs M D 1 1 1 Fulton 40047S trl8aJmoq Mrs F D 1 12 t 1 r Kryln J H N R 111l 799Thoteast Tim 111I U IIIll Green Mr Polly N R 4 t III 250Q 9698Thomlltn Mrs Mary Uanti 01 z Hubert Mrs M J 5 a 1 1 1 Fulton 800 4 qqWerner N R PJ M tlI N i Doran Arthur R 1 1 1 BtiUin 5M 10 S1Y11tlamx Joe 3i safer MHner J J 111 100 9 81 Wllsofl DeaF IMcrr ld Prince M A ill 10M 20 10 Judge Miss Mile 1 t 1 u II Thompson B P 3 HII 100 QIWams Mrs MM ill EH DGouger Sam H 1 taW1 IH F1lTON NtBOnonatrJ1B Alexander Emmlnt itTFult n 1005SO KWTKX fitI s ut Alexander Joan lll Q0 7 Drown Qareltfia ltt 1 X H Blythe Lon Ill lD I UBeya Slid II 1- HIE + t Crofferd Hiram HI 130 d Al Ralttrl Clark H Hughes Alltoe 1111 100 444 Outer Amy 1 t II H iLons Tom 1 t III 1 73 BIEI Brwtn C W U II H Hen1 Paterson Will 1 t III 700 i 43 George Bkld i t 1 11 H Scruggs W R ItI III 250 7 OJ Merrywetner BrSs 9 t 11t1 H Smith Henry III 200 11 10 folk Plum 111 B H J Rings J BB U 1 B HxLOBOMTON URBCUfflP WXWK Jake 1 t 1 B H 90ReiaaGrahan Mn M l11aQrcsllnd 570- CAYCE 10 rRt4txxCrWNTTRifbetJwllbTAjna ltl 112 H H Collins Mrs M A 1ll1 Cayce 309 645Tayltr ItT lOA H Johnson Mrs M D 2J JfiO 901 gm19SamoasUI4l1r1 mania 110t wntlU Mary 40 auras kiwi 100- UMSKMAX 11 S6 JUnDt rr 11 fRBCTNCT zrlwAtltpti WHI Adams C M 2 1 Utakman 3H t4 OstFaxlkesMahry u John 80 noes Mel Gravel Hrs Howell11OIt 100 624 Adams 11alaers Mat Gougher J A 1 t I W Hiskmaa 300 9 04Potter Mrs Margurei 4IS acres Un i Lake R P 40 notes land 320 660 Morgan Tom 212 acres land 2720 4105 JT SEAT Sheriff Fulton Co Farmers Institute Meeting A meeting ef the Farmers mill tute ChA et Mtlton 98UntywRI be in sosslon at Tom omen Srs mar bte yard silos Saturday Fob 19 at 2p m Members are requested U be pros eDt and encourage their friends t4 attend with them Preliminary work for the seasons campaign and the encouragement of farmers in the pro motion of experiment farms and agri cultural colleges will be amjng the features considered Come out It wilt be an afternoon well spent and profitable to MS alto By order of the President W A NATLO JNO A McCtrox Sec Dont Put Off until eW0t9w ht vu writ Y k1Iy Ityou ore uattttt Imm ft utreM NY r titIIitar a 1 r aAworfclM IUt ldfMrGtullyl t bt NUtgw8otd Wtfi lIm lbut Hlore J llclni A HUtto Kentucky furnished 373 recruits for the United States army during NewYorksoldiersInwitPennsylvania dolan 1 beautiful52acre landthat1 I money The location U all that one could asktwo and one balf miles I from town on two mail routes and good road About 27 acres cleared balance in timber Timber alone ought to DC worth 400 There ii nicebuilding forstocka mod el little farm Grows tobacco wheat yieldPartybeing interested in another proposi placeisroad and fenced unlessthlllandhomeoror on Hickman Courier Realty Co The Undertaker be Farm ers Hardware Cowill yourcaUanlgbtj FOR SALE Registered Thorougbred Berkshire Pigs 4Get tome thoroughbred stockand start right S W A JOHNSTON Hickman Ky yT J BAULJJXrGI am in position to do nil kind of work HAULING GRADING CONTRACT WORKasqi l ty Phone No 60 JIFw IBorxtori Ai a + na A OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND ABSOLUTELY THE BEST I Millionaire Canned Goods I Heinz Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Call on or telephone us when in need of OXOCIRIH MEATS or FEED STUlFSJN6 ITelephone 6 3 Deliveries j Ledford Iandl I Will build y- ouAHOMEON JOAHY MONTHLY lAW1 It will pay you to investigate this plan It will iinterest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building material hardware sash and doors to be found In the cllyM are right You be the judge 1 call and sec VVA DCDDS 11r11t I