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WITH OVER 4QQO POPULATION THAT HAS NO ARC LAMPS "' 'r'-- fi .v.Wl 1UHU 111 tliU THE HICKMAN COURIER. up the Hill A BLUB MARK HERE mean Konew promptly If iron want the paper to eotn to rm nftor IW faiunt li that your Iim .iplretl, t the Tnam that Pulls the nammnrcial Wagon IN WESTERN IEBTDOKT at Success, The Courier hns a Spanktn' Good Team. Crsase tho Hxles at Yaur Uapan, Old Man, and hat's Hitch Up 70 PAH rt cu T'.. vn na HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, Work Will be Pushed. Manager Allen Davis, of the Hickman Independent Home Tele phone Co. tells a Courier represen tative that work on the new telephone system will be pushed just as soon as the weather opens up. All preliminary arrangements have been made, part of the mater ial received and the work will eo right ahead when it starts. When the committee, soliciting phones, comes to you, don't hold back, fearing the mutual system will not be a success. Any apprehen sion on this score will be expelled if you will take the trouble to investigate a similar system at our neighboring city of Clinton or other towns we might mention. x Get in line. JANUARY 21, 1909. Henderson Lots Sold. WHOLE HO. 2431 ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAK 1869 elx Johnson Dead. nnn. ace about 74 yean r. ,.I Tihe home of Mr. Tho. ' . . wvii Hickman, aunoay - .1 4 o'clock, Ihe resuu oi .... if r.iralyl l A Beautiful Hickman Residence Frost Sells His Mill! j was blinu, aim ,l tile -.... l lu.u. ilrrlln. "-- ic iii- - ( t C - hl maintenance wai charity. r.jj f: k Place al Anlloch i' ?. d. m. - t3 knew him lay ne was May his ioui rest in V.A Elyilum, where the cf earth find rest. ;w . . j, i t Writes From England. receipt of an j- T. tie". C K -- ner is .... cs In in- - TaIiH - 1? UftV. . V .tui lzbi.lt . . .i . ..).. i cHlri-- n Conduit icwcr Courier, L.;r Hickman !!i kman. Ky. .J iie . t ... . - nf Hickman. St., London, iuuuw. . Life and fire companies collected Homo of W. H. Baltzer from the commonwealth $8,000,000 last year. They returned $6,000,-00- 0 Mr. Baltzer Is general manager of the Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods one of our leading mercantile establishments, and is one of to the' people and cleared $2,000. Hickman's progressive, conservative business men. 000. cj please send me a Hick- v. . ' i " orty jcari s.nce I saw a copy of it. Writ I certain that my old friend, Wc-'-- Warren, was still in flesh, I J .. Ik Una f h(m William F. Frost has sold his flouring mill at Wingo to a Mr. Charleton. The price was between $4,000 and f 5,000. the correct figures we did not learn. Mr. Frost will give his entire attention to his mule business below Hickman. He owns 75 or 100 mules, which he hires out to the cotton planters of that section, Tennessee and Missouri and will leave in a few days to be gone three weeks. Mr. Frost is a very enterprising young business man, and The Messenger wishes Leslie Kimes Died Sunday. him the best of success. Mayfield Leslie, the two-yeold son of Messenger. Harry Kimes, of near this city, died Easy to Mix This. Sunday of croup. The lad had only What will appear very interesting been sick a week, and his death was to many people here is the article a severe blow to his parents. Burial took place Monday, at the taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, which city cemetery. is said to be a positive remedy for Co., Cowgill's fountain is the only backache or kidney or Dladder deplace you can get REX. Call for it rangement, if taken before the stage of Bright's disease : next time. f Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce; Compound Kargon, ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa- rilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at ar one-hal- Elm Lodge No. 3, W. O. W., has purchased the Henderson lots, opposite the Courier office, and will erect a large business building in the near future. The second story will probably be an opera houes or a home for the lodge, and will cost in the neighborhood of $12,000. Dr. L. P. Baltzer deserves credit for consumating the deal. The price paid for the ground was $1,800, and the investment is sure to prove a good one. b t 18 1 married Miss Rebecca ar.J we lived for awhile She died during the . H.VUI5WI L;:i, il.:k-a- n iv 1 - .:g names notei in mis. Ana couiu vou lnioioi (Vt(l .. L II ...w ..I T SATURDAY THE LAST DAY 3 1 .1.1.. r- -: Dr. Prather) is still hpv lived near Mills. Would be ex- .:iacJ er.fly obliged to you for any in- urrie-J In 1R7R n . nit in mrinni 1 m wiin mr I UL tr--:t that dear old Hickman .... iirui. uiiiir j -- r z '1. nir luiuiirii ri z r " O i ot ' ptcp :e I left there 40 yean ago. With thanks in anticipation of a cfr.y sr.j me reception oi tne uour- ii t . 1 " F QUU N Sincerely yours, E. Rowland. Jo. January Clearing Sale haven't been here, don't let this last chance pass. The jroods are just as cheapo as on the first, and the assortment is still large. Remember, if you need anything in winter goods, you can SAVE FROM 20 to 50 by buying NOW ! Give us the opportunity to prove this to you. If YOU i n druggist here at A home, when asked regarding this prescription, stated that the ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so. He futher stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splended results, he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache, as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure, cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering. Those of our rsaders who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial. well-know- Prosperous Mutual Co. It is very gratifying to those direfct-l- y interested, as well as the public at large, to note the steady and rapid growth of the Rural Telephone company doing business at Clinton. In a comparatively short time the number of rural telephones in use has increased from a very few to some 160 we believe, and new telephones are being put in almost every week. The service has improved at the same lirAe and we seldom hear a complaint about it. As shown by statement in the paper today the financial end of it is in good shape. Clinton Gazett. Must Have J Certificates. t trabbe, 1: superintendent of :truction, received two opin- T . Tl ."ri! fi W" - Attorney General Breath- sis tilt ir, Kentucky. In the first Alt lAIW ..... ,(W VWU (AhrtAl HWI IUI1U UI11CBS UUU exam neri : n Iho cinnil II that it is the duty of the "Ptir.ter.lentof public instruction towithhollany part of the school '"w lo any c tv or ichool dii Jnctfir non compliance of the school in the future Superintendent t4 01 'MJ it Lrilbe wiil act in ! PrVir A fin ma wvllK Psalm of Life. Tell me not in mournful numbers that the town is full of gloom, for the man's a crank that slumbers in these busting days'of boom. Life is real, life is earnest, and the grave is not its goal ; every dollar that thou turnest helps to make the old town roll. But enjoyment and not sorrow Is our destined end or way if you have no money, borrow buy a corner lot each day. Lives of great men all remind us we can win im mortal fame ; let us leave the chumps behind us, and we'll get there just the same. In the world's broad field of battle, in the bivouac of life let us make the dry bones rattl- ebuy a corner for your wife, Let us then be up and doing, with a heart for any fate; see the Hickman Courier for bargains in real estate. Wireless telegram service is to be established in Louisville and throughout Kentucky and Indiana withli, the next year in connection with the general wireless system now building to cover the Eastern States. Change o I "eeop.ntons until he is 'directed wnrr.:e by the court of anneal.. A 'org list of rouri atutM are quoted to sustain the eate:ion of the attorney-generin i tase, and the result will be mnewiUbe but few teachers in e comma schools in this state in Nety White Goods, Embroideries, Etc. mm - al q We have llut;re who . ad next will nm WW tr. AAA" summer the normal bcon will be crowJcd with teacher. fcpanrg to stand their nmin, I'0" Th,re have been many jbh 10 the common schools in - now on sale bur NEW, SPRING LINE of laces, embroideries, white goods, ginghams, etc. You can save money on your winter goods, and buy ma- terial for your Spring sewing at the same time. i .crany qualifications to draw -- r.r.,cndent Crabbe has one 11.. 0 . . pufhi araw- . "O'nonthU practice absolute-an- d bicir....L progress Baiesi the of the schools "Me has been eliminated. Pulton d 1 Smith & Amberg an epidemic of measles. Program every night at the Lyric. THE HICKMAN GOURIER Iawfol deed of quarry man Demented Father Cutn ThroaU Four Children. Of THE NEW. CHICK "Cavtri Wrtttrn Ksntuckjr Llkt ths Diw" r Kentucky Gleanings J six-foo- Mink a to, Minn. One by one, as his Most Important News Gathered from four children descended the stair from All Tarts of (lie Nlnto. Hielr liodrnoms Tuesday James )'ork, n Crossing, worker, Bradley's OVP PF1I YFAIi m,atrsiaucuicrcu mem nil nun n Knue. men CASH IS ADVXHCB. In- went lntl h, woodshed and hanged I'arls, Ky. A t CAPITAL NOTES. ri , himself. creek m the result of recrr, in h ile'r ' i IM Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, n elder daughter, Iitn, tllil not go Mit tho wnter supply of psi KaiKror.T. mall matter. down with the children. When she de postofflce as second-clas- s basis. Tho creek Is s'lll Orand Jury Probing a scended, a feu minutes Inter, lirr broth- Judge C K llooe), who was sen1 era ami sisters lay dead on the Hoot, Irnccd to tho penitentiary for stoaJtnf ft) Osilngsvllle, Ky Mr,. j QUEEN LIL ASKS $250,000 their bodies limldled together and their ' threo buildings, a cl, h . from the slate, was taken boforo the throats cut from rnr to ear. furnllurn storo and barber B,y v grand Jury. Considerable anxiety Is She fleil in terror to the woodshed to Claims American Marine Wrested Is $18,000 . felt to ascertain why ho was taken be tfinlenls. alarm her father. In the dim light In IIS.OOO, Country From Her. fore thn Jury, and further ncnsntluus about -the shed she stumbled over his corpse. WashlnptniL Afler iron of vain en I arc expected. Somerset, Ky- .- I)r Sama, l 8(t , deavor to obtain compensation for the T,,r trnn'1 of wlrH ,,r w,,Wl m' l'"8 protnlnont physician and n. logs of her kingdom, Lilloukalanl, former ""'' """ Auditor James Wants Extra Session Srnslor William " '. O. llrMI queen of the kingdom of Hawaii, Thurs- - had fallen to the floor. Htatn Auditor James declared that Judgwl Insane and taken ., n, , day appeared iu perron before the house. Gov. Wlllaan should call an rxtm set Iral asylum. Grief over 'h j, v I ACRES OF COAL COMING. committee u claim to press icr I'laliu, ton of tho legislature, free of any on hla brother Is probably the Un.. The queen is willing to itcfe,it $2.',0,000 langlotnenla, to pass n county unO as a complete settlement MocaMiptlon hill. Ho says the repubKy.-- The Ten Million Bushels Are Floating Cdvlmlon. anmd , She contended that only liv the lican party in Kentucky pledged to of iwllco department Sown the Ohio. shows I , pass tho bill. stance of American marines hnd tho Vests: aafekecpers, n .j Louisville, Ky. Acres of coal, the kingdom been overthrown and the crown ors. felonies, drunks, etc 1 I ni flr,t of U'n 'l'ncnl of 10,000,000 bush lands wrested from her. an.l further tl.st Governor Issues a Requisition. collected. $U,lfi. The depar f,rom " de- she had a life interest In them entirely Gov. W'lllson lisueit n requisition on hut tf! night and day pan.. In. f in 41,0 "I'i bends f the Ohio Independent of tho throne. Gov. Marshall, nt Indiana, for the to population of about CO.OOO 1,. Nothing in tho drFs, of tho former ' OKLAHOMA PRES DENT'S HORSEMANSHIP '""i of John I). Itlchanlson to IxiuU arles. $5:,781.r.0. t,,c " ri, niller hinted of regal splendor, unlessm Y" !"' The vi,io 111 fsco a roblwry cbargo. It was Urge bunch of aigrette in her little headwaters. All nicht lonir steamers Election extiectul that when Indiana elected ir IoulavHte. Ky Believing , at Which Dispensary Was Arlies Early and Rides 05 Miles in democratic governor the, black hat might be considered queenly, followed the five which arrived here first ruiul passage of the proposed iw'aj tal Voted Out Held Illegal. One Day, velvet dress trliilmcJ In black during the course of tho day, some of A sitlon from Kentucky would tie for W bank taw would b" prejudi. ul ,, Guthrie, Okln.-Ian opinion by Chief and partially concealed by a loose coat the coal being left for this city, the re- Washington. I'resldent llooscelt on 8. Taylor and Chxrlra Klnley, but In smaller banks, concentrating '0. 4 B I domed tlie diminutive figure of the mainder going through the canal and Justice Hubert U Williams, the State Su Wednesday rode 08 miles nil hotseluirk the change of otflcoa tho governor of liioiio in urn government van. s preme Court Wednesday hekl that the southward. Kentucky Hankers' nssoda'n n claimant and when he dismounted at the White Kentucky Is a republican. f, l!ecnue of the low water in the can.il '"l"ur dispensary, Or tatc saloon sjr House door, more than seventeen hours ose Its paisngr. snd a comn . .. Ater the hearing- - the former queen Will Cause Radical Changes. apolnled for that purjoe leld an jnfonnal reception. All the here the bic towboats had to lie swauped lfmi which was disapproved by u ote- after having departed therefrom, he did J. 0. Crabbe. superintendent of null-members of the committee were Intro- - and returned to lMttsbun;. while lluhler 0' the eoplc on N'ovembrr X was Illegal- not show any marked signs of weariness lie Instruction, has r etrl red opinions ",riel the shipments along. This My submitted ami therefore the sjstem U Stearns. Ky The Ixinr'.n duced to her, but she did not get her tow s. The olijrtt of his long da) in the sd I by Attorney General Ilrealh- - patiy of the state ruanl unic 1.. money. The committee will consider Is the first coal which has been able to tlll in force. The opinion sustains the die was prove",, the critics who i.V. "I'I'roved ''on of Judge Huston In the district found fault with the recent order rniulr 1,1 'hlt will mako rail cat changes In Jones who havo leen dclng da'v 1. be floate.1 for 218 days, because of low the subject later. rour nere. conducting common schools. In ono were relieved , , , water. snd rctim 'The subniUsion was illegal," says nu wichcr has tho right Careful Invesllgstlon caus- d (tf "uM WAVE COMMERCIAL SERFDOM physic, r test who i. , ,fmri, , ,hp whH), prcldent, -lo be fully funa mim the proposition MYSTERY ENDS IN SUICIDE JuV Williams, ...u in w..nn.g can rme to 1111 r. in one ,cachpr , cl.rtjnfall, nf ,UaJfle)l son snd hisconvinced that llrrrrf n. gang have lef he j4 iTuniaineu two separate nu aniagonisiic .., u,. m isru mere- 0 rn)m Declaration of Governor Johnson and no further trouble Is feand nf emmlnpr,, questions, the repeal of the system, and u.j ......n., ur...K 11 not too ak Used by Lecturer. minister who murdered Carpenter I an amendment to the constitution com oy, mensih.uiu are snpposeu much - to me lmi0,cr It la held that It Is the duly of 10 in nn.i no ,lap .uperlntendent to withhold I pelting the lxlngton,' Ky, The shoctinr r otrr to give but one exprrs .ne Cuta Hia Own Throat. Chicago. "In the Kremlin fear of best of physical training all the time to Uny part of tho school fund due ny was recelvol here that Clarke Ta-- j rciolutiou bbrnches tlie cheek of the Curthat-e- . I1L ltev. John H. Carnileli- - ,,on on ,hr two." cty or school district for noncompll- - one of Ihfl most brilliant snd id ' "Honing the election on November 3 ride 00 miles In three days.", rrarj in the United States there U smoke el, who, lu the little Methodist church " Mounting known young men of this cl'y ul his faithful rider audi unco with all the school laws. that might be Yanned into flame. 1st Hattln Ilun. Mich.. Lltlm! f.i.lm U0T- - HssKell, by proclamation, had de- - Jumper nephew of Dr. Clsrke, hs Utn fju-- i "HiMweir In front of the. White I"r,, lh'" dispensary system defeated, . TJils statement made by Gov. John- - llrownlng, the illat-and then In his bed at the telle! tori if Minnesota 16 Df. Samuel P. burned his bodv in the stove, committed but 'he court decision today holds the House door at 3i0 o'clock Wednesday, Chlnn To Look After naclna Interests. dead he diimounlwi at the same plai-- at 8i40 CoL Jack I". Chlnn, of Harrodsburc, I'reparatory school at IjiwrenceTn Johnston, formerly head of the depart- - suicide here Monday by cutting his proclamation a nullity. p.m. lh Journey was to Warrcnton, ha been nominated for representative X. JM In which Mr. Tandy hal a went or political economy, University of I throat with a pocket" knife. on the democratic ticket Aa chairman days ago assumed the duties cf aa l. a., and back. BILLS AGAINST JAPANESE. .vtiseonsjn, was quoca by the latter In In a long letter found in his suit case, On the return trin the last 30 miles I of the stale racing commission hn will st met or. n address before the political ecience Carmichae! told In detail the story of the luble service to tho of the journey were made In alert and be b, 10 1,0 elub of the University of Chicago. Ky In clrrui' cou, ' tilling of Urowning, how he had fallen a Bame Measure Waa Killed Last Year rain, while the last IS miles were in horsemen. He drafted the rnclng-com- 4 ne- - Roernor lout me that It Is our victim to llrowning's hypnotic poer and at Bequest of President. llrltton. of Utesthltt county (Sure mission hill and had It passed. ajmost pitch darkness. duty as a nation to prevent conflagra. meeting him in the church Tuesday night, wl'h the assassination of James 1',. k Sacramento, Cist. The three ion DJ stopping the manufacture' of was coinnelled to i rvrrr nnmman.l-Ion,- . I . i.i Ian. .1.. Clean Bill Given Insurance Company. rltt at Jackson, was distrusted i. . turn inflanvnlln ... .J..:.I ... (Ulf airn; .1 uov unauy, wiicn Jfrowning attacked by Grove I Johnson of Sacramento aud 100 PERISH IN EXPLOSION David .Meriwether, ot Louisville, sub ptcHnilor believing conviction lirj pnn- - i,im with knives, Carmichael defended A. M. Drew earn tjf. i r.w.rgr, mitted tn Insurance Commissioner C slble. This wipes out all IndlcTr. s of Fresno, prohibiting aliens . ... " 1,..-- .1 Lick Branch Colliery Scene la of V. Hell tho result of his examlnatlun for murder In Breathitt coun'r jj nH After ki II no I from hnl. n.. F""5 i Kvuu iiimseil wil l a hatchet. ........ " . pnv.rmn.nl I. "w" ....l of tho Inlcrsotithern Life Insuranco on thr Kayetto docket havinit tr a "UHBwii, mcu I.. victim wttu Hie uatcliet, he sahl, the I traded wide interest. ins Awful Death. brought here on chancn of e .uce 01 ..any ainitauon. t T stove In the church Susaeintcd The Johnson hills a,, de.l.rne.1 tn ,,t. lllurfietd. V. Again the earth trem' Co.. of Ixulavlllo, In which ho sayi llrltton was 0 .11 .. . .1I "Minnnt.nTa'a owmi!... ..M iiiaL IL f iiftpii na senlenced here to I ' r he found tho company In good condl i stavahimo ism L.i ine i. i. mot hrwi r iiiiMir.f i tii in.,,..,... bled today and that unknown gaseous prlsonmcnt for tho CockriU principles of Washington, Jefferson, and the body. Before putting tho body in of corporation,; to lion. segregsto their substance In which there is more deadly but the appellate court Kvc hi.: a fr havo been .upplaiited- by-tin- . . 1. - ........ the stove, however, he exchanged some dren in the sclioola and to segregate all -I trial. Jiuenccs of Chosen To Csrry Electoral Vote. Ilammatl, Armour and of the dead man's rlotlilm. fur his own T.ni,... I... .l.inn . . i .1 i.. i!.ni. in ..1.1,1. Iloekefeller, ,?, ! ..; and that Washington which had become bespattered with they must live. The two first named .1 Too democratic atnto electors select- , cui.irry ur-Txlnglnn Ky. Ma Dav'd II ...... ob,4 U Thornburyt ot Campbells a naiiun vi ireetiom wmcu now-- I blood. were introduced last session by Mr. snuum out is-- ween eig.ny ani one ttcman, owner of Clifton farm 8' A Tll(.( WCMcn,cr ,0 carry ,ho submits Uf commercial serfdom," Johnson, and action upon them was sua- - hundred lives. It was in the ssmc imr.es of Kentucky lo Washington to bo cast lown. Ky.. and son of Gen lnd,'J al ,,,c telegraphic rcpiest of where two weeks ago fifty miners were thu electoral collejo for IJryan and tleman. ot Louisville, will ar ! KERN CHARGES TREACHERY BEEF COST EXPERT HEARD I President Koosevelt, und Japan protestnl to become 'he general bit uy Kin similar explosion. Kern. They adopted resolutions co.11 I the action of the Sun Krtmciwo srhnol agcr of an extensive p'ari a' 1 Above the tons nf earth and stone Intending the party's leadera. ' Defeated Candidate Saya He Waa UnwlllinP Witness In Trust Inquiry iard in excluding Japanese youths from that lay between the workings and the rated near Hahla llonda. 'A r ' 3 at Chicago. 1 ot Havana. The plantain I; ( public school and assigning them to mountain's crown giant trees quivered Victim of Double-DealinReports of a Break Denied. Chicago. Thomas Hoops, beef cost ex-- inititutions set aside for "Mongolians. Imllanapolll, Ind. Tho selection of from the force of the conclusion, and I 11 has been strongly Intimated lalo- - by a company of AmerPan ( at 'i. '' 1 pert for Morris i. Co., was on tho stand The Jupunc.e claimed they were nut from the mine mouth the forces of the B. F. Shiveley of South Itend us nomi that member of tho governor's oVX anil Is lo be devoted to ihc nee for United States senator by Demo before the grand jury for more than Mongolians, and Assemblyman Johnson esrth set free belched forth a cloud o( cla' 'i"lly worn ready to declare wnr nf saddle horses and mules arl blm hocatwe they have not been raising of tobacco and cltrm fn.' a cratic niemlicrs of the State Legisla three hours in the beef trust inquiry, and introduced an amendment, specifying tlaine, soot, dust and debris, heavy tlut-from his unwilling Hps is said to have Japanese" in the law. It was this hers, broken mino cars, and even u uu advised with about matters that havo an extensive scale. ture, was followed by a statement from John W. Kern, who was Khiveley's been drawn the secret of just how thel'ncssure to the enactment of which the sue motor, used to haul the heavy- recently como up, but Gov. Wlllion I'aducah. Ky Alf II ( Tj'ti ! inyt auch reports are groundless:. strongest opponent. Concerning tho combine has been collecting rebates from president objected, und it was killed. Udcu cats from the depths. ' lbny. lndM until recently a The bill relating to directors of cor- the railroads. secret ballot, against which Kern made Scarcely had the detonation diril twsy of Crittenden county. Ken' a ; . - is said tn Booe Found Guilty. porations prohibits all aliens from being Discoverl.av mino fmm a hard tight, he says "it made possible ' U'fore a throng of terrified women and n Judge C. B. Hooo. of KlemlngsburBi suit In tho United Bi.iti ui" boards, and Its purKe children rushed to the mine mouth out not .only the betrajal of constituents by his testimony that nil beef shipped by mcniber'' former saslslnnt nitillinr nn.l rlim ngalnst W'llllari Neal and K'c u "'iuii-miuswernu imploretl those there to allow them to " representatives, "but all sorts of the packers to and from their branch ' cjrk. waa sentenced lo tho penllcn-ai- legctl night riders ot Marhaii ( '" eomvrns wun .1neriMi1s. . I'lauts and the Chicaco stock vard is ""l1"" lrearh-r- v ,ln,,W .t' ii ...1 t: In the effort to save some of thju Gary for five years In tho Franklin den, Cildwell. Trigg and I d r V11I11..I- In 11, .1, , . .. . . ..t l .1 I ,. a mauer ot great re-"ones who might still be alive cult court on tho chargo of forger), ties for IIC.00O damagt- "' ;", "" " . I.tll. 51R1 fllR flflfl CnR PCWCIflWC 1 l"IIC ua 1,10 cuwl selling gret that under the cloak of the Becret wi tho men burned hi ' 'J within. Ho waived arraignment, confesses! his ' wnrehouso al Vlow on Mi' ballot so many representatives were vIue gulll and asked for mercy. Billion Dollars Has BILL iu FIX JURISDICTION. February 8, 1908, and cpiivc abla to defv tho will of tl.-- lr ,n.in.,. The result is that for evcrv Jioooo Nearly Ueen Expended In Cause. to the ulato. Cardin ' j 1 ents, 1 have in jnlnd several counties worth of claims for damages or delay Rnr..nisHv. H.imnh,.v. w.ni. ci.i. Traction Companies Score .. a Victory. ngo leave for governor on Mic t : , 1 1 J ran Washington. where the sentiment for my nomination the trust has been getting $25,000 from An appropriation ...1... nun u ani'l'iuil), r...i,... v.ii.(hii,v. of I tO Actec I was. practically unanimous, and that sen- - tne railroads. 1UU system is said victory In thla state when the stale Icket. ioi,oai)00 lor HnsioiiH was agreed on , , ... 111 10 seine ine ...... Musiiiiijjimi. , uiurr .r,., HJ III timenl was well known to their repre- - I have been ojierateil with the consent and I "y the committee ou apjiroprlations in . , . vitnHvsa VIUVIVII ,t. u " Paduqah. Ky. Und r 8. tentative, and yet thoso reiiretfentutives connivance of the railroads. Those rail- - the drafting of tho annual pension nppro- ,'" Mississippi rtver separat- - clnnatl Southern Railroad Co. lo mak Uultablo connection with tho lllue tho Circuit Jn.l V. delibcrately betrayed the people. androa1 which refused to enter Info tliu I P"iatloii bill. This amount is over $,- - smion 01 me 000,000 lean than tho appropriation last ing .Mississippi irom Arkansas and Ixjii- Grass Trnetlnn Co. nl ilmnrslnw.. Heed deldci that Georgvotd for a man who, in any primary, deal got no business, ' isiaim, Ileirrsentative Humphreys of The effect of this decision Is that the democrat, was legally ' would not havo received a handful Of year, which was $103,033,000. PRESIDENT'S SALARY RAISED. sOtip 111 Uiose counties." In the report to the house it will bo Mississippi introduced iu the housn two steam transjiortatlon line throughout of I'aducah, and John I Dor " ' vt shown that the republic has exended joint resolutions giving Mississippi the tho stato must mako connections with lloan, wos an usunior. Bc'H House Committee Reports Favorably on ' THROWING EGGS CHEAP. since its beginning $3,7J1, 10S,b0y in ihmi- - power to enter into an agreement with tho electric traction lines, and In tho lllllng the office. Aficr D 9100,000. lected In November. 190, sions. Tlie committee Inserted In the bill each oi tlie other states luiuieii to tlx a I future car load lots and half car load Washington. An uineiidmrnl to tho a provision that the eighteen line. The resolution ulso grants lots will bo delivered along I lie linos tlcn of his oliglbillty nrv at One Dollar in Arkansas to Cast pension boundary legislative, executhe and judicial appro- - agencies throughout the was ohrleil lust Xovi.i..i to those states to cede, each to I Of tho oloctrlc roads '.' an Egg nt Joff Davis. ouiiutry lxt re- - the right , .. I t I. Ill .!...! to oust Dorian. Judie lb I the other, lands that ure sciiaratfd from win m" "Hriasiiig .1. suiary 01- ine duied to one. tn l,vl..,l I,. u'...l,l .'Little llock, Ark. One dollar and president to $100,000 IUlsvllle, Ky. Tho Ixillsvlllo Howl no official handling iutdi lid tho salaries ton. Congress has twice failed to ugno tlie main liodv of the state bv the waters oats is all that it costs to throw an ln association elected tho following ollglblo to succeed himself of the Mississippi. in 111c ami speaker 01 tlie I ' aucii a pri)Hwui. gg at a I n ted States senator in Ar- - ,louv, of unicorn for tho ensuing year: Klsmlng was tnkou. r,.,)ri.,ontuUTe. to $20,000, was When Senator Davis was kaiuas. Mrs. logman Uets I'cntlon. Pardons 250 Convicts, in. ilnrpcr, president: K. I). Addison. favorably to the senate from stumping tho itate during tho late rt.,,rtl Washington. A of $50 icr vlco prswldent; Josoph Kuhn. scoond tho committee on the judiciary. Guthrie, Okla.-- lif a siiecial message Birboiirvlllo, Ky. The i r Tho cubcrnatonal race In tho interest o At- - Bm,,1(,Illfnt was t,lcn referrea to month for Mrs. Julia U. Coghlan, widow Ivlco president; Jesse Vollmer. acore- - W'orkers'of Amcrloa may ' the to U;, Jcylslaturo - I tary and troasurcr. Iulsvlllo will ot the defenso of the tnlinir ' -.'" thl of the late Hear Admiral Uoghlaii, diu.eltion' of the heroes of MauiU Bay, who died probably voto for .Milwaukee for tho charged with (Jaylng in""1 state board of control, who ore member recently 111 cast of Harrison. Walter Cantrell threw lork, was agreed to iv w lotiriinment, nnd for Garry Hon engaging Iu n .battle wMli f ' Fatal Fight With Farmer. n egg, intending it for tho senator, but nurin ns preuldeiit of tho A. II. C. Danville, Ky. It. L. Conner, furmcr, of the Kansas prison probe committee, uy 1110 iioue coinnuuee mi pensions. A' core ,011 Christmas day Oklahoma prisoners now at I a It, Gulden, who has had th rtr k misscu mo mark anil nil tlio gentle- - and Deputy Micrill Ivery liummon en- - that all whose terms ure more than two- if.i xnan accompanying Senator Davis. For gaged in flseol mrt for llllgatlou hivnlvlng 1111I01 r Winston. Ky.-- Tho pitched battle, und both will Lansing, u., third expired, to have le than one year county fixed tho rato of lava this ond of tho stale, wmt ' .V .T. si considerable length of time no 0110 die. Conner was shot five times and ,..s.g..e announced wiat . ,e league ,, for t knew officially who threw the egg, but Humiiion three times, euch shot taking to run, or who ure under 18 years old. In- will prom,,t ut the sollcltallon of the I "eW.pa,H.r. of the state UxnbI I(rol(or,y an at1(IltIoI) 3 Workers of America, ond finally the truth was brought lo light, effect. Hamiimn went to the home of paroled. Such a course, If pursued, would about 250 prisoners mid enable thn goto tho situation. It wi ' and young Cantrell was arrested. Ho Conner to nerve summons on him to free .. y B 0"l,ldl' Ul X ol,lr (o unionize the Htoarus pi ' was found guilty todu) and Unci $1 und appear In Circuit Court. Conner lefuscd I nrfliitliifutnl Inn,,nf IIi.im rvir,,.t.iti, ..I II.. agents and solicitors fof whisky houses, V, 7 ., , costs. ,,.m-..wr..u ..lu.viccr, 111 violation 111 ine stale prolilbltlon law. I lo iliu illlllcully ChrlsimaH d viuiibi-ia,unu. to obey, and the iluht ensued. WANT WARD LOCAL OPTION. Wal Bridegroom Murdered? Ky. I.lllborn Ilurkosvlllo, Sutt Night Riders. Ky. J"dg. l'holjw, Covington. Blizzard in Texaz.' l'uilucah, Ky. -- .lf II. Curdiu of New 0,1 utturngy of Jamestown, has Hoauoke, Vn. llelutlves of William A. . Hititnluiid 11 dmnurri'r lo th "' Austin, Tex. Austin and Texas istuf. JsdUaa Getting Local Option Down to Ind., until recently u resident tiouiirod Ills onndlduoy for the rspub- Iho dullnquent tax roll"Cor ferlng from the suvrrest siiell of weather Andrews, the young 'bridegroom whoso Unit of Representation. , rr" I .1 , . . .. t ot tho collector against bill to repcul the Known in iiiieen years, ilio tliermoino- - ,,ruu """y wus iouiiu swinging irom u of Crittenden county, Ky., Illed suit in I "oml ni"atioii io reprosoiit tho Indianapolis, Ind. A district III (ho statu senate. So Htntes blxprcss Co., holdw ' I Unlli-States Court here amilnst county local option law passed at tho ter Tuesday night registered. 18 degrees trt'e near town, after ho had been miss- tar ho has no apposition. of Covlnglnu has not Hi. William N'eal and a "'K recent special session, and a bill for above zero nnd Is still falliuu. Thu re- - I A lor week, believe he was murdered other allfgtil night ubout one hundred t h frimoJilsu tax again riders of Marshall, pirts from the West, where tho cattlo Jiravo iu lledlurd county ttslay a township and ward local option law, ranges ure located, Ownniburo, Ky. T. S. Anderson, tin uro to the effect that '"terjiu'iit was stojqied by an uncle of the Crittenden, Caldwell, Trigg und Lynn Jn keeping with the Democratic Statu man, who demanded un examiua wiiuties, claiming they burned his to- der Indictment for wrecking tho Da to expected jirecipltate there Is much sufferim; iinionir the ani- - dead platform Couuiy Bank nnd Trust Co., gavu Ky. John Hharpidiurg, tlou of the Lwly. It Is said Dr. Kabler Imicco warehouse ut View, Ky., 011 tin vlesa most likely that there will muls and the most warfare of uny meakuro be greatit is notice to ComiUQiiwcnlth's Attorney Xlnnloy. fuimers of thin I found several holes iu the bieiist, mm u many lost, ns u sleet iirevaihil during thq session, were Introduced by locelved wonl thttt Iho g .v. ' during tho morning hours, which will them leading to the heart. The .in, to have the htate. Innlln is ,,, of VM,e t lht, f KeprrseHtatlve John Httcency. The act all ' Issued vouchors for, re believed to huve Uen made well know ti I'opulist and about ten years chill them to the marrow, mid the high w"m"' ' sWmpIy o In I, try lb. Ihoy surrendered In Mir proposes to wipe (he county local agorun for g.,ve,nor on the IMpul.sl 1101 jicip tncir coudl-- 1 un a 1 pin. winus mowing win They were In the coul d a iptiou law from the statutes. 11011 any, r W. 0. SPJSER and 3. O. SEXTON, Kdltori and FroprUtort. nniT.AR - - I 1 i "' , ' 1 .j. ' , ''" , 1 ' . "Z FR . ,,.." lau.e H.ti 1 ..." ,nl - , , o cartn-nter- e 1 . ov .. . i,i.ii antl-Jap- '"" red-ho- .... !t " l..l. .. ... vr-s- e' - he .,,,;, 1 nc f- ,.,, Jjhlli . , g. 1 r" - " i-- eir l""rl y.a.,. . r !,,;. " 1 rur r,'' 1 ' ..... ,' r.iin,i ,,ii,. . In' ' 1 I 11 t. f Jll r teeproprlatlon, 11 re. if n:""'LT;, i.ay 1 ..." ...j.i, 1 1 f'V 1 " s - Mix-th- o 1 - ' ,. 11 n?B jen-Uor- t PROSPERITY NOTE. OREAT ACTIVITY IN THE BUlLDINQ LIN2. EASY FOR THE PAINTER. Worthy Individual Had All the Details In His Mind. A Chlcngo artist relates how a weal- -' thy Individual from Kansas City, with his wife nnd thrco sons And four daughters, onco called upon him. "Hero wo arc!" exclaimed the head of tho family. "Nearly a dozen ot ui. Mr. Painter. How much for a painting of tho wholo of us, discount for cash?" "That will depend," answered tho artist, hiding a smllo with hi hand, upon the dimensions, style, etc." "Ob, that's nil fixed," responded tho other breezily, with tho air of a man rho knows exactly what he wants. Wo are fo be dashed off In one pieco as largo ns life, sitting on tho lawn ot my placo Just outsldo of little old K. C, singing 'Hall Columbia!"' Harper's Weekly. ACCOMMODATING ROUND THE CAPITAL 'luformallnn anil Oogtlp Picked Up Iters) 'nail 'The ro In Waitilnfjlan. Military Pomp to Attend Inauguration Hhcrldnn's marching hoitt la the spring of 18C5. Tho United State troop aro to tho hornewnrd Railing from Cuba oon, Tho aoldler will return by rcKlnicnl, and It I that lovcral of tho orgnnlza-Howin reach thl country ro cIojo to tho tlrao of tho Inntigurnl ceremonies that they probably may bo ordered to tho capltnl. Homo of the plcturosquoncsa of tho IloosovoH Inaugural will bo missing. It Is understood that thcro will bo no rough rldors present. Four years ago they not only nddod much to tbo parado as a parade, but they added n Great deal of joy to tho Inhabitants. Homo of them vroro new to tho ways of tho capital city civilization and broke the conventionalities In a and perfectly Inoffensive way. Tho "Klylng Ninth." tho black troop ers of Col. fluy Henry's old command, tho men who followed him on tbo trail of tho Sioux and recked nothing of hard riding, icral starvation and wounds and death, nre not to lend color and their personally proper pride to tho pageant ThcM will bo gallant cavalry regiments present, however, regiments that have fought In Cuba, 5n tho Philippines and on tho western plains, bo-rI- ii res-Imon wholo-hearted Doctor (to manfwho lias fallen) You need a strong punch of somo kind. Mr. Flynn (an old enemy) Let m glvo It to him, doc! v, Prince Rupert's Drops, Prlnco Rupert's drops are drops of molten glass, consolidated by falling; to water. Their form Is that of a tadpole. Tho thick end may bo hammered pretty smartly without Its breaking, but It tbe smallest portion of the) thin end Is nipped off the whole flies Into fine dust with explosive violence. Theso toys, If not Invented by Prince Ilupert, were Introduced by him Into England. -- ( V t I Wi - Howard IIISOTON. -- William la I" have Kroator military as.l clreumslnnco attending liia Moa llian haij Thccxioro Hooso- - BREAKS USE OF HARRIMAN'S MONEY. A COLD PROMPTLY x v.rnor of evory stnte In the i m been nskeI by tho Inauit-- ! i -- nw'ce to send a brigade of i tho Ricat pro- I) tak" part' Intl-! n tip the avenue, anil It Is Washington wanU A that what war of stnte troopa Is quality a Crack js'h-than quantity. only need apply. member of tho Vn rnlhuslaatlo ay lhat promotion body Wash-;!tv will bo present In on March i next. 10,000 moro r ular troopi than appeared whon Mr Ituoscvelt rodo to the capltol four cant sko. He inilits that Washwill bo a Kroal camp of regu-;In the early and guardsmen a greater camp than It has i nce tho residents entertained organ-i-jfiocr HIS PLEA NOT GOOD SCHWAB'S APPEAL FOR STEEL TARIFF UNREASONABLE. r Opposition to Revision Based Upon Fu ture Needs Present Generation Has the Greater Right to Be Considered. Tho views expressed by Chorles M. Schwab beforo the ways nnd means commlltco aro susceptlblo of no other -- -jn Who Is Father of the American Navy? to their respective merits In tho com petition for tho honor of being tho "father of tho navy." Somo tlmo ngo It was proposed to placo theso statues fnco to faco on a slnglo site, but that was opposed by tho adherents of tho heroes. Many sites tiavo been suggested, but up to tho present tlmo thcro has been no action looking to a settlement of tho question. Tho statuo of John Paul Jones Is now under way and a compe tition will soon bo entered upon to who will bo the favored sculptor for tho making of tho stntuo of Harry. Work la now In progress for a statuo of (ton. Grant to bo erected west of tho capltol grounds, but this will not bo completed beforo two years. Next spring statues of John Witherspoon, a signer of tho declaration of do-cld- o Interpretation than that tho steel Industry, If not exactly an Infant, Is In a transitional state and until It settles down to a firm basis tho tariff should remain ns It Is. This Is contrary to a former expression of Mr. Bchwab's nnd directly opposed to the position of Andrew Carnegie. Mr. Schwab Justifies the tariff by process that tho of steel making Is succeeding the Met- semer process and that tbo Qermaa electrical method will succeed all others In a few years. These changes necessitate tho Introduction of new ma chinery and tho abandonment of the old at practically a dead loss. In other words, protection high protection- -Is essential not only to the fostering of an Industry but to Its coutlnued i modernisation, which Is, of course, to say that a tariff Is always necossary and always will be. Tho strango thing about these new processes Is that, whilo thoy produce better steel, they Increaso tho cost of tho product. It will bo n distinct de parture In tariff making if an attempt Is ssado to anticipate sucn future noeds. Tariffs, when honestly made, ro designed to fit existing conditions. The Dlnglcy law has had a longer life than any of Its predecessors and It was long ago obsolete. Its most voluble friends, In acknowledging Its antiquity, norer fall to discuss tho changed Inopen-heart- city of statues in Tillof location1'aul this Mil Commo-J.-n Jones John Harry, both heralded a tho fa'her of tho American navy" by their rspecllvo admirers, will provo a task for tho special commission c:.ugt-with that duty. This commla-t'3- n canslits of tho secretary of wnr, the the secretary of tho nary and s chairmen rjf tho senato and bouso on tho library. Kor each statuo congress npproprl-.-r- l liO.OOO, but no action has been taken to decide tho controverted qucs-f.i.relating to tho navy's pedigree, I' Is for this reason that the location ct tin ringles Is regarded ns Imports:-' si the prominence given each of ' - I: rcs In the quostlon of location ' x;xx .cd to glvo somo Indication as dlf-T.-.'com-ci'tee- Tho following formula Is a novcr falling remedy for colds: Ono ounco of Compound Syrup of President Roosevelt Must Have Known Sarsaparllla, ono ounco Torls Comf pound and pint of good How It Was to Be Spent. whiskey, mix nnd shako thoroughly Four years ago in tho Inst week of each tlmo and use in doses of a every four hours. the campaign Edward H. Harrlman This It followed up will cure an went to tho White' House at tho Invitation of President Koosevolt to con- acuto cold In 24 Jiours. Tho Ingrefer about tho political situation In New dients can bo gotten at any drug store. York. 8he Was a Real Orator. As a result ot that conference Mr. Senator Bcverldgo during a recent Harrlman roturncd to this city and Immediately raised $260,000, which was visit to Portland talked about oratory. "The campaign," ho said, "has given turnod over to tho Ilopubllcan national as oratory more rcmarkablo for quancommltteo for use In this state. Mr. Harrlman, in a subsequent letter tity than quality. Truo oratory is that to Sidney Webster, declared that as a which brings results, is that wblcn result ot the fund ho raised, "at least converts an audienco of supporters. 6U.000 votes were turned In the city Such oratory is rare. T havo a friend whoso wife, a 'suf ot Now York alone, making a difference ot 100,000 votes In the general re- fragette,' is a great orator. Her speeches from tho platform aro wonsult" This money In the last hours of the derful, nnd her husband the other tho campaign could not havo been used day gavo mo an Illustration of efficiency of her private speeches. for any legitimate purpose'. Mr. Harrl"'An accnt called on my wife tnts man did not pretend that it was used to sell for n legttlmato purpose. On the con- afternoon,' he said, 'and tried trary, ho took prldo in the fact that her a new wrinklo cradlcator.' out?' "'And how did the man make 50,000 votes were changed, making a said L 100,000 votes In the redifference of was tho " 'He sult In other words, Mr. Harrlman answer, left In half an hour,' 'with a gross of bottles ot boasted that his campaign fund purof my wlfo'o own chased for the Republican candidates wrinklo cradlcator manufacture, tbat he had purchased 60,000 votes tbat otherwise would havo rom her.'" gone to Democratic one-haltablo-spoonf- Eli Ccaxvscs Ve System ESwXxxaXVyr Dispels crA&s aw& Hea&aahes duco CovAsYiaox; Acs tvoAwro, acAstwty ai aLuxaVvvc. Bc8$oy McnJVoxuoxv axvrCKr3t To gel VVs oAways buy bcTe5co e$$ccs; Convivcve manufactured by tke CALIFORNIA Fig SOLD one size only, Syrup Co. Stories of Taft's Secretary of State i'IIIINl)i:it C1IASK SlWTOIt slated for Becrotary of a nnf of tho most delightful mc'ally to bo found anywhere. uutemoblllng and driving aro his Mocr recreations. Milliards nnd r ...I furnish Indoor nmusomont. Wv mi Mr Knox enmo to Washing-rt r t ' a general his reputation ai a r .jporation lawyer caused It to be a 'imwl that ho was ono of tho " bi usque kind. Instead of a tv cuwuudgoon, ho was revealed n a 'He dapper Mtllo man who of-- t I Ms callers lino cigars tnd start-- J ' 83 at'.i.-ne- y ( t's li(' i 4 nv rsatlon ns If ho Intended touinmost thoughts and furnish-- f ti ifrranu of all ho contemplated Irs and how ho would do each rS Of courso." ho said, when tho con-v- r ail m got nround to tho point real Interesting things woro out. "I nm talking to you ton--epersonally, not In your Jour Wl ! capacity." T'e standard Washington Hory 'i1 ' Knox concerns tho pair of road-s'rr- s he brought here after ho be 'rc Next Social Secretary of White House IWItS KhKANOIt IIULYEA, u J 1.000 1 1. riv in tho signal olllco of tho ii'iarinient, will bo tho next so-- r en tary of tho White House, nnd Mi" l ahiiio Hagnor. who now e social lista of tho president's f will step from (hut coveted po- m bark Into tho ranks of govern-e't rNrks by executive order, and i bi em u a minor position. Mrs n, ea Is prominently Idonllned i'i the soclalW la Washington, r' la a suuiloiDclftl sonso. She (v( lnd a curtain amount of dls. " n through her ability ns abridgo " nnd baa taught ninny promt-- j Lociety wouiea of this city tho " die-th1 1 . Independence, and of Longfellow, tho poet, will bo presonted to tho government by memorial associations, and they will bo erected In this city. Other statues which have been provided for by congress and will bo erected hore In tho near future, aro those of Yon Steuben. Pulaski and Kosciusko. dustrial conditions and assort apologetically that It was a good law when passed and fitted tho conditions which existed at tbat time. As for a revised tnri It on steel, concame attorney general. Mrs. Roosewas Invited to rldo behind tlirra gress need not concern Itself about the velt acand as Mr. Knox was driving away future. It Is enough If It takes present from tbo Whllo House tho group of count of tho present And the newspaper men foil to speculating as is tho tlmo when tho steel trust has to whr oao of them had not had his perfected economies and reduced tho wits about him enough to nsk tho cost of Its product so that It Is almost names of tho horses. Ono of tho party wllthout a rival In the markets of tho at a much said their namos wc.ro Highball and world whero It sells steel Thero Is Siphon. A serious minded chap there- lower prlco than at home. foreign upon wroto a story about it and sent such n margin botwecn tho Its products It to his paper. When It appeared and domestic prices of attendant on cxpenso Knox was very angry and tho upshot that fear of tho new methods of of It was a retraction by the news- - tno Introduction of manufacture may bo dismissed. Tho !apor. present generation, which has contribAnother story that angered Knox heavily to tho success ot tho steel was to the effect that ho hnd told tho uted interests, feels that it Is tlmo It had Into Srnntor Hoar that of courso ho somo of tho benefit of tho sacrifices It had quit tho employ of tbo Carnegie has made. Company bofore accepting Presr Steel dent McKltiloy's offer of tho attorney Taft and the Panama Canal. generalship. Ho regarded It as an Insult Mr. Tnft, accompanied by englneero to McKtnley to Imply that ho would appoint, ii man who would consldor It and exports, I to visit Panama. Prenecessary to glvo assurance that ha liminary statements nro to tho effect had observed tho ethics of tho profes that there Is to bo an administrative upheaval and thcro may be serious slon. Bcnator Knox bought hi magnlfl changes In tho plans. If thore nro cent homo In Washington from Mis. abuses and errors they should, of couro O. W. Chllds. It Is one of tho finest bo corrected. nut the thoughtful citizen who Veads houses In Washington nnd Is well adapted for receiving tho diplomatic) ot tho probablo nnd posslblo defects corps on Now Year's day, according ot various kinds will bo privileged to smlla whon ho recalls tho extremely to custom. Mrs. Knox Is considered ono of tho rosy reports of progress that havo most charming women In official life been officially promulgated slnco Col. Her cntortnlnmcnts nro among tho aoethals took charge of the work, says tbo St. Louts Hopubllo. The suggesmost elaborate In Washington. tion that possibly things were not as reported wnB met by ofllclal sneers and threats of Anaulaslug were held over those whoso skepticism led them Ono of her prominent pupils was to tako tho roports as possibly too opMm. John It. Mci.ean, and It Is under timistic. stood that Mrs. McLean was InstVu' A further announcement la that Mr. 'mental In obtaining for Mrs. Itolyea Taft will nssumo tho personal directho position nt tho Whllo Houso for ot the work after ho has assumed which c hundred social secretnrlon In tion n great doal Washington havo yearned. Mrs. ltd office Mr. Taft. knows canal zouo. yea was appointed to tho war depart about the canal and theInvolve hard will ment from Connecticut on July 9, 1907. Personal direction Can It bo that ho on his part. Sho Is n woman of culture and has work knows so much about It that ho Is una wldo acquaintance among tho social to anothorT colony, not only In Washington, but willing to trust tho work in Now York and Nowport. Sho Is ths widow of Albert llolyen, formerly a Senator Aldrlch says tho country Is cblof of a division In tho treasury de not ready for postal saving banks, and partment, who committed suicide sev when Aldrlch says tho country Isn't ready for anything the most dlgnllled erul years ugo, Never beforo In the social history deliberative body on earth may genhad tho position of social seciotary at erally bo expected to decide that tho tho Wblto Houso boon so Important. country Isn't, no matter what tbo country Itself may think. Tho prhlleecs of tho plllco Increased and tho only ono which has not been accorded Miss Hugnor up to date, for Is It not In order that that eminent tbo reason tbat It has boon against Jackson Johnsou .who all Boclal and oMlclsJ precedent, Is that ar.hiuv.id n notnlilo trfumi'li In Sidney. of assisting Mrs. Hoosovolt In tho blue Australia, cn Christmas Day, receive a room In recelvlug her guests on for congratulatory communication from inal occasions. the White Houso? tho candidates. Whether or not Mr. Uoosovelt had tho slightest Intention of respecting the "moral obligation" to Harrlman Implied by this contribution of $2C0,000, ho could not have been Ignorant ot the purpose to which this money would be put "You nnd I are practical men," said tho president In one of his letters to Harrlman. As a practical man and a practical politician Mr. Uoosovelt knew there was only one use for $200,000 at tho end of a doubt- BY ALL LEADING DRUGGIST! regular pnee 50' pec bottle. Positively cared fcy tbo defense stepped forward to speak. these Little Pills, r when the new Judge Interrupted him. They also rellere fits His eyes were wide open and tilled treaa from Dyspepsia, Inwith wonder and admiration for the digestion and Too Hearty plea ot tho plaintiff. Eating. A perfectTe rued (or Dlitlness, Nau"Defendant need not speak, be said. sea, Drowsiness, Bad "Plaintiff wins." Taste In tie Mouth, Coat "But, ybur honor," said the attorney ed Ton En e. Fain In tna for tho defendant, "at least let me preSide, TORPID tlVEB. ful campaign. They regulate tbe, Bowels. Purely Veirttabla. sent my caso." Knowing all thl he not only encour"Well, go ahead, then," said the SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. aged Harrlman to ralso tho money, but Judge, wearily. led Harrlman to believe that as a reThe lawyer went ahead. When ho Genuine Must Bear CARTERS ward ho would bo allowed to help had finished the Jadgo gaped in even Signature greater astonishment VlTTlE shape,' tbo railroad policy of tho ad "Don't It beat all!" ho exclaimed. YlVER ministration. New York World. PIUS, "Now defendant wins." Green Bag. i MBsjai REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. People Demand .Consideration. Valuable Conch Shells. Tho plea of tho trust barons is for a Is highly prized In The conch shell continuance of the present regtmo ot temples thoy high prices. It can bo nothing olse India. In many of the away tho aro blown dally to scare For If It wero not that the Interested snlrlts whllo tho god receive Industries would not bo begging for conch with tho tariff favors. They nro not begging his dally meal. to A right Instead or twlstiiigs tho for something which will do them no spiral supposed to bo worth good, but for something which will do to tho left Is Its welcht In cold. Somo years ago a thom a great deal of good. But It can description was offered only do this good by keeping up conch of tbat for salo In Calcutta, witn a reservo Is, by compelling tho peoprices tbat prlco of a lakh of rupees placed on It ple to pay the difference) between tho It was eventually bought In for $20,000. cost of an article In the foreign mar prlco at home. ket and tho tarlff-madDeafness Cannot! Be Cured Tho very presence of theso men. In br local arpllntlou. u Uity cannot reach ths Washington Is an admission ot every portion ot tbe nr. There U only ono ar to M and thing that has been charged namely, cure dcatnrw.caused that an br couiilut tonal rcraMW. The Beaton I Hake and Sell More Men's $3.00 by Inflamed condition ot tna DcatarM la lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When protection docs raise prices; that mucouu Inflamed rou have a rumbllns sound or thla & $3.50 Shoes Than Any Other Manof actorez that Imlube Is bseaue Z (Irs tas wtartr ta brasflt sttas bbosI a tax, and that perfect hearlnc. and when It la entirely cloacd. tho consumer payB tho org saixaUes f tralasa sxstU aas slUlsa li the reault. and unless the Inflammation can be sbesmaksrs la ths country. the micstlon Involved Is ono ot privil taken out and thla tube restored to US normal condiTfcs stlKtloa f Us Uatlurs for each part af tas saesw tion, hearlnc will be destroyed forever, nine cases sad oUll at th niklnx la ersry department, t ege and not ot right. There Is not one out of ten are caused by Catarrh. hlch Is nothlnf leok4 afUr er Us bsst liwulm la tbs sb tadutrr c.rffiUy U I coaU show Tea surface. representative ot Industry who has but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous any case ot art Maa. rem weua Bowmsaaniaaa W L. Doactas tas war aula for We wUl dee One wear oust asked for high protective taxes on tho Deafness (caused byHundred Dollarscannot be cured saaps, St Mur, aaa un loaasr taaa aayidst a uia catarrh) that free, Hend tor nates ground that they would rcduco prices by Hall's Catarrh. Cure. C1IE.NEV circular,Toledo. O. Jry Utihoitf TannlngthtScItt Vianiutg tktm Mart Y. 1. 4 CO.. FUtlUtOfd Longtr Waring ttktn. It theso peoplo thought that this would Sold by Drunlsta. Tie. tor constipation. Mho for Eeery Men, Her of the Family Tale Ualll lamlly l'Uls Meu, Hoy. YVumeM.M Usea smtt Cliillraw ot a high tariff they would bo tho effect Frr sal- - br shoa dealers eTerTwhera. Thoro Is, turn frco traders i. bottom. PHIITlnfJ I '0x KenuliM wltliottt W, on Ihtnslaa A Labor-SaveUnU 1UI1 I name and prlos atampett however, a right in tho case, and that "Sco hero," said tho Irate roomer to Tut Color Xjalsts Used txdailTelr. Cstalsf sullta tna. W. L. DOWLAS. W Spars SL. Brocltoa, SUs. Is tho right ot tho people, Whether M chambermaid, "don't you over that avIII recelvo any consideration Is sweep under tho bed?" yet to bo seen. "I always do," answored the girl. Innocently. "It's so much handler than Will Roosevelt Be Busy? Absolutelj Pure. No Weeds using a dustpan." In the assertion that Mr. Roosovclt Hi. I. nr. Hoard of Wisconsin, from so. acres I to Salter's soili Csniurj Alfalfa, bar-- l will bo exceedingly busy tor a few For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. town vetted w'ubin s weeks after seeding tJsoo.cn I weeks wo find room for excoptlon. Tho har. or at Ilia rata ofl uftrth nt mapnlfie-Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or 1112 seed cataLnr free, or. I ator SM.uO tier Is given Nervous troubles. Urn nclics are speedily cause ot his unusual activity santpt ct tbls Alfaua.S lOO relieved by Capudlne. It's IJqutd-ple- aa. Bseud lUlTioa In atanit foe Dollar liraaa.Oats, UHeat, Urlej ,eta, as tho arduous taBk ot proparlng ro ant to take KKrcU Immediately. 19. 23 vo ssllr wortn SIQ.OOOI anj inau suionvr sample si ports for both the houso and senate on and Wo. ot Drug Stores. start v.lth. Or.seud l4o andva a.M Rather Remarkable Certainty. The lawyer for the plaintiff had finished his argument, and counsel for SICK HEADACHE ICARTERS fITTLE I Fac-Simi- le Dear-ne- conr-lst- ry 1 GLOVER SEED nt . B resolutions and the the ronlr to tho Foraker resolution. It Mr. Uoosovelt were in tho habit of dealing with such hnrsh nnd hard things ns facts wo might agreo with tho story. The collection nnd colloca tion ot actual Information Is neither an ngrecablo nor an easy matter. It requires patleuce, persistence and tho exertion ot arduous effort. Hut Mr. Uoosovelt as a supremo fact hator will not bo hampered by such obtrualvo and annoying features. Ho will tako his stenographer In band and out of the depths ot his fancy dictate roports which will bo marvels ot homlletlcs. What has ouinlsclcnco to do with mere facts? secret-service tradcs-'jnlonlsts farm Tho total gifts for last year to the Christian Missionary alllanco amount to closo to (250,000, tho lnrgest in the history ot tbe organization. VI MM CUltlSI) IN O TO 14 DAYS. VA7.0 tilNTM KNT la narantel to ran snr esaa of Itehlng, llllnd, nieedlng or I'nxrvdlDj I'iles In 6 to II daia or inonej refunded. 6Uc I SALZER shI noreltr I usier actn tofora by ou. SEED CO., Bat W. La Crstse. Wis. I FOR J. 1. Ma Many a man thinks he Is charitable because ho gives advlco. to vrtntlatf for you. . IO10C0 HEXSWEB C0..lfflll Boca, art. lll tniki froa asy Ceod Ptvela A HALFTONE ENQRAVINO BUaUnsqaarelncliaaarlMs.ta print la N wvntiist r or ua Btailvtv. ry Portrait, UulhllD, Ktockaor any uUJct you mar MltKt. Tau i(wr wui I A Strong Indictment. charge When tho that nobody but labor leaders has evor boon sentenced to imprisonment under tho Sherman law thoy framo a damn ing indlctmout against Mr. Roosevelt and his administration. How can theeo men be expected to respect a law which tho president ot tho Tutted States himself does not respect, and which ho has persistently refused to eniorco ngaiusi any inuiviauai maio ron men jjio.si.oo.ss.ooaudso.oo ronvoMi:r33Jio,t.oonaa.oo BUSTER BROWN ..SB. SHOES iSaB-.WfJl- V1" VU1.K sMl'TlIM l IIIT1. HOUSE tanols tfit ' oriouruluuisottbi'uitsBOti,iiisloi." om.ilsenJ Upon reelpt ot is to cot er uoatai-- . signed braehJodeater, eholnlt.a imr. WHITE HOUSE SHOES ftKI'lt IHWliilrV ua tittioso 1 All shoes arc made in much the same way. Here's the differoncc Stvllsh White House Shoes fit Not the ordinary bindintr fit. Not the fit that takes three weeks to break in. But the graceful fit that feels snug the first tunc. And stay snug and graceful all times. It soiMtnn a evrtiBc l V4Agiuh.-iit- CVUI VMt' tUS factcr ot great wealth?" THE BR6WN SHOE CO. i St. Louis, Mo. DON'T MISS THE BIG SALE 8 MORE DAYS is now on, and the second week of the sale begins on SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd. Remember, this is not a sale of old goods to be worked off on you, but of BRAND NEW, FRESH GOODS, bought at sale prices and selling to you at Sale Prices. If you haven't been here, be sure to come. If you have been here, you'll come again. This Sale Closes January 3(jb ELLISON BROS., HICKMAN, XV SHOE SALE found some of the most remarkable values in Shoes that wo hnvo over seen. JUST THINK OP IT! Tables loaded down with BRAND NEW, STYLISH SHOES in Mens, Ladies and Childrens at Sale Prices Wo Look at these Itens. Study them close, anb remember that these nre not old Roods we ar trying to diipoie of at any old price, but brand new, Fresh Goods. Seasonable Items at Clearing Sale Prices and that you cannot duplicate them anywhere. BIG SPECIALS Ladies Fine $2.50 Patent Leather Shoes Ladles Fine S2.00 Shoes Boys Patent Leather. 2.00 Shoes Boys Fine 2.00 Shoes Boys Fine 1.75 Shoes : Mens 2.00 Shoes Mens Fine 3.00 Shoes Mens Fine 3.50 Shoes Mens Hi Cut 4.50 Shoes ........ 4..- ...-- ..... -- - . ......... -- . .. ........ ................ 1.48 2.25 2.48 3.50 1.98 1.48 1.48 1.48 1.25 9c Bleached Domestic, yard wide Wide Brown Sheetings Wide Bleach Sheeting ........ - - - SPECIALS 30 inch Black Taffeta Silk never iold less than 1.00 per yard.... .' 50c and 60c Silks, to close out 75c and 85c Silks, to close out S.OO and 2.50 Counterpanes at ... ... Lace Curtains, per pair........ ...... 15c and 20c Handkerchiefs at .... Pillow Cases 40x36 75c Table Napkins -- .. Fringed Napkins .. 60c Napkins at ....... .......................... S1.25 Napkins at S2.00 Table Linen at 35c White Table Linen at 15c Lonsdale Cambric -t 12 Lonsdale Cambric v . l-- 2c 30c Mattings . .25c 35c Mattings 50c all wool Blankets 1.48 79c . . 11- -4 Zephyr Dress Ginghams 7c Check Gingham 10c Outing Cloths 12 to Embroidery 18-in- ch ... ,., .-- 6c 19c 21c 8c 5c 8c , , . . 10c . . , , ' , , . . i9c 25c 35c 10c 9c 59c 35c 90c 1.25 25c 13c 10c New Goods Bought at Special 2c 20c Hose Blue Black, Brown.. Mens Rlnrlr Kx Hnm Mn Misses and Children 15c Hose ribbed double heels, toes, and knees tl ' nose oiacK it uauies m I- - 3-9- 0 A ' 3c 7c 10c Gc . Ladies 2.00 Fine Shoes. .. Ladies 2.50 Patent Leather Shoes Mens heavy fleeced Underwear Mens Heavy Ribbed Underwear . Mercerized Waistings 20c Mattings Boys $2.50 Patent Leather Shoes J ' . 12,c 12,c $1.48 1.48 1.98 40c 25c CLOAK AND SKIRT SALE We Must Get Rid of These Garments and They Will Be Sacrificed. The Prices Quoted are Absu'rdly Low. Every Garment Cut in Price. Ladies 3.50 Cloaks at Ladies 6.50 loaksnow Ladies 10.00 Garments now Misses 3.00 Cloaks at , Misses 4.25 Cloaks for Misses 5.00 Cloaks now 1.75 Skirts for.- 4.98 Skirts for 6.00 Skirts now WHITE GOODS SALE Prices and in This Sale at Special Prices. 20c Mercerized Waistings,. Dress Linen, worth 69c .... Sheer Dress Linen, 35c value at Irish Sheer Linen Lawn, 40c quality ..... 50c Dress Linen at 50c Heavy Dress Linen .. 60c Irish Linen Fine Long loth, 25c value Fine Nalnsock for 30c Fine Finish Linene at Poplin Waisting, values at Fine 35c Walsllngs at 36-inc- MEN'S GOODS Beat these If you can. Such prices were never before 2.40 4.5 O .. : 12kc - 45c 29c 42c 42c 48c 18c 15c .... .... h'l' 3C .. l - 6.60 1.80 2.25 35c ' 2.98 1.10 2.85 4.98 13c 24c 24c Men's Socks, blues, browns and Reds Men's black 10c Sox Men's heavy ribbed Undershirts and Drawers Men's Extra Heavy fleeced Undershirts and Drawers.. Mens Cotton Flannel Glovos, mule skin fingers, ribbed Men's Cotton Flannel Gloves, with gauntlets Men's 2.00 Shoes Men's "Hunter $3.00" Shoes Men's blue Chambray Shirts, regular 50c shirts. .. 7, 25c . 40c vnttl'i 1 10c 10c .48 42c g.25 Household Goods Sale You never MARVELOUS! before heard of such prices as these. : 5c White bone handled Knife and Fork 5c gold band Tumblers Wide t. 10c Dish Pan, Enameled t. 10c Preserve Kettle 10c Stew Pan, Enameled 10c t. Enamel Preserve Kettle 50-l: 10c Spring Balances 10c 25c Curry Combs Corrugated Coal Hods 15c 12-inc- h 10c Hand Saw 10c SAFETY RAZORS SIMPLY 6-q8-q4?-q- t. 5-qb. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Advance offerings from Spring lln. Our under muslins are made of good wearing materials in iasty, attractive styles, and are daintily trimmed with the newest embroideries and laces. The garments are correctly fashioned. We buy only of the best makes. Note these special prices. Wonderful Sale All those little useful articles of which you buy so much but never dreamed of buying at these little prices. Ladies Muslin Skirts 2 inch lace insertion and edging) and rows pin tucks. but sale price is . Ladies Muslin Shirts, S1.00 values t.fm,,, 1- -2 10 To styles; 10 inch flounce trimmed Inch broidery edging headed with 2 with row flounce, 4 inch emExcellent value at 75cts, ,.a r Ladles 65c chemise Ladles 60c Gloves Ladies Muslin Drawers 25c quality ..M 55c 75c 48c 45c XQc 5c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; Good quality Lead Pencils Good Shoe Laces Hair Pins, a bunch Pins, a paper Pencil Tablets Ink Tablets Spool Cotton, 10-qt. lc lc lc lc lc 2c 5c spools for. Galvanized Pail 2 15c Brand New, Fresh Goods, bought especially for this sale and priced at sale prices You simply never saw such man elous values. 10c Hamburg Embroideries up to 18 inches wide . 25c Wide Flouncings, 18 inches, worth 50c, at 25c 35c Corset Cover Embroideries 5c All our regular 10c Embroideries at TORCHON LACES, choicest of patterns with insertions to match, widths up to 34 inches. All new goods and worth treble the money. Your choice at Wp defy anybody to sell you Towels at such pricese as these. Not "job lots of "seconds" but first class new goods bought at a price to sell at sale prices. Here ' Honeycomb Towels, Turkish Bath Towels, Brown and Bleached Huck ToweU, Linen Towels and Damask Towels and all to be sold under their real values. Look nt 'em. Honeycomb Towels, nearly 5 feet long and 2 feet wide HI on r h Innrr avuii larrv Titrltih Rntn Tnurfla 25c ,. 35c Linen Damask Towels at , . And dozens of others at the same ridiculously low prices. ft Bargains in the Hardware Room Large size cut glass pattern Bowls . Beautiful cut glass pattern Pitchers . 2 inch China Meat Platters 0 inch China Decorated Bowls Best gold band Plates, Cups and . . . . Saucers Heavy Goblets, a set Corrugated Coal Hods . . 10 qt. Galvanized Buckets . Mrs. Potts 5ad Irons, a set White bone handle Knife and Fork 1 1 1 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c IUU to $6. Sensational Pants Sale Hill Dairo Panic Bargains in the Hardware JU7Q 6 8 4 Room 10c 0c 10c qt 11 11 rdllb rdlllo Your choice for Men's and Young Men's Pants of high quajty Made to sell at $4 a QQ . Dish Pan, enamel lipped Preserve Kettle . Boys' Knee Pants Boys' Knee Pants Knee Pant Suits UnOQ X:l6Al'l. K.'c" """"25- 25c 50c 98c o r'A Your deep Stew Pan; enamel " 5 Preserve Kettle . 25c Curry Combs 50 lb. Spring Scales 10c 0c 29c 15c 15c 1.50 Family Scales 98c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c ZlV!ll0J-L- ll Lion Brand, Bk Bear and Mississippi Valley Hat? now A 92c 5c Mitrc Pant r dill Quito For oys and Children. Manu. OUIIb fadured to sd up (o 6i.50, now 0J Qnonial Uat Qala OptJLIdl fldl OdIC l.OU inch FL nd Saws White lined enameled Dipper Heavy full size Claw Hammer 50 feet galvanized Clothes Line Long Handle Steel Fry Pan 12 HCKMAN i IS ONLY TOWN IN THE U. S. WITH i.,t jr. I , -- THE HieKMHN COURIER. Team that 0ER 4000 POPULATION THAT HAS NO ARC LAMPS A BLUE MAKE HKRK uuana that your tub norlptloo bat iplred, lttiDnw promptly ( you want the papr to com tnjou ftr thin raonlli Pulls Jha Commercial Uagan vp tho Hill at Huccbbs. The Couciar has ' a Spaakin' Daoi Team. Grease ths HxIbs at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE ur M DIITMK" NO. 32 WESTERN KEMTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909. ESTABLISHED HO. 2431 IN THE TEAR 1800 I Commitlte Call. No Trace of Fugitives. The first legislative Democratic T. C. Bullard and Thos. B. Mayes, Committee, composed of members of the two Fulton prisoners who tunnelthe Democratic County Committees ed their way out of the county jail of Fulton and Hickman counties is here last week and escaped to parts That Inltsest Everybody in Futton County Scr,: I porimt Things Local News thai Wilt he Interesting to Every Mtmher of the Family hereby called to meet al Clinton, unknown have as yet not been locat Ky., Saturday, Jan. 23rd, J909, at ed, nor has any clue whatever been R B Kuykendall vs Jno D Mayes. 11 a. m., for the purpose ofnoml obtained as to their whereabouts. ... ir term 01 inc run Order the Courier today. Harness. Farmers Hdw. Co. Jailer Noonon has notified the au couveneu at w Suit for division of estate. Mandate nating a Democratic candidate to I. l' M. a was . . . Dishes, Farmers Hdw. Co. 1.1 REX King of all cool drinks reprexent this district In the lower thorities in more than 200 cities to I from Court of Appeals filed and suit Monuay. houxe of the next General axsembly be on the lookout for them, and of Dr. Littleton, of Union City, was Cowgill's. ,,, of Bardwell, If on the dismissed. Plaintiff to costs Edward Prather was in Fulton here Tuesday. of Kentucky. Mott Ayeri, chair fered rewards for their detention. Stanley Lbr. Co. vs John A Brit H, Hester, of May last week. All kinds of farm machinery. This makes four prisoners "Unci al. Sheriff ordered to sell man FJr,t district Democratic Legis- tonet mmitee. Jos. Milner was here from Fulton Joe" has lost since Thanksgiving Farmers Hdw, Co. will adjourn Friday attached lumber on river bank in, iauvc C t .t West Hickman. lhe above call Is not correctly day, but in either instance he is not Ribbon Cane Molasses at Betters-wort- h yesterday. c at Fulton next week, & Prather's. Koberson Machine Co vs J W I stated. It should read "for select to blame doing his best, which is Born to Mrs. Kellison last Wedw.tu; caxes had been dis Suit on ncte. Dismisxed xet lnE a time and place and devlxe all any man could do. Wednesday nl;ht. Good Clover Seed $6 per 'bushel nesday, a girl. l ways and means for such nomina tied. Hickman Hdw. Co. Born on Sunday, Jan. 17th, to A prominent citizen of Hopkins WEALTH CASES. New Madrid Banking Co vs Finis Hon." Miss Berah Bowden was on the Mrs. Van Fuller, a girl. ville, a public official,-i- now making '..ftord, charged with Clark et al judgment, against Finis sick list a few days this week. Sam Crossland, of Mayfield, atJox. Huffoker who spoke in Hick- - plans for an airship which he has .nine without llcenie, Clark and J R Adams for SS10 Cassius Crossland, of Mayfleld tended court here this week. J. C. Burdlck vs Jacob Fast. Dis man during the campaign of last evolved and which he believes will attended court here this week. .11 Chester Bondurant was in Union year, was married Tuesday after prove a success, ine airship, wnicn M.n, charged with cutting misxed without prejudice. A large line of dishes to go at City, Saturday, on business. Mrs S M Hubbard vs A V Crad noon to Misx Maude Beneet, of is to be large enough to carry .fj'. uf paxxlon, acquitted. Mrs. M. L.Sarrett.of East Hick-mahas been man, is to be bum as soon as tn cost. Farmers Hdw. Co. Inc. dock. Dismissed without Dreiudlrr. Evansville. Huffaker i j Lester French had an is sick with malarial fever. Roosevelt came in like a lion drawings can be completed and mnnweaUh attorney of Jefferson E B Little vs C D Roe. Dismisxed X. T ..' a aancc in vyci county for five years. and is going out the same way. suitable house secured. Faris Naifeh, prominent merchant .i French wax badly cut settled. FOR SALE: Good Clover and of Fulton, is here visiting relatives. Kobt Crooms vs Cora Crooms. , ;." i'.jI in the arm. Pea hay. C. C. Bondurant. aAAAAAAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA4 30tf. 7 . M- - . r., charged with Inter Divorce granted. Tom Shcibourne, of Bardwell, Ceo I Boyle vs Lewis Atwill, two Mrs. George Warren, who has Ky., attended court here this r rl, diimixxcd on de j.t week. ! it x Dismissed without prejudice been very sick, is reported improv :- f loo late to net a suits. Miss Mary B. Parham is slowly - t apamxt him. buit about division fence, and has ing. . improving from an attack of pneu!ia" .wi, an I. C. couduc been pending for some lime Miss Marietta Faulks, of Dorena monia. J F Dawes vs W R Roper et al. tr li'i'.J w tn allowing negro Mo., spent Saturday and Sunday Herman Scates and wife were the in white coach Settlement of estate. Deed made to fr I j n here. guests of B. Parham and wife last Dawes. R. L. Smith and R. B. Flatt, of week. Alvin Adams, Petition ex Parte. .13 ir". h rt al, five cases in Clinton, attended court here this Miss Mary Waters has returned charged with selling Deed made to W R Carrican. It ii.wa: week. from a visit to friends in Humboldt, Heldman Clothing Co vs Naifeh '1 H K) in each of three Miss Elizabeth Harper, of Union Tenn. :r;,!..er two continued. French Bros. Suit for $252 for goods City, is the guest of Miss Marine in the Steamer Liberty claimed to have been delivered to It is said that 60 per cent of the will open with the Brown. Defend r !'wcen Cairo and New railroad at Cincinnati. peach crop was killed by the cold Mrs. Florence Faris is visiting her ants filed counter claim of $275 for weather of last week. daughterpMrs. May McKinney, at a a.r, charge with rape damages on account of goods not Mrs. Nettie Jackson, of Clinton, Paducah. iiiu ix the xecond trial being received. Continued at plain is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis Born on Wednesday, Jan. 1 th, to AJa r .n tbix charge, the first tiffs cost. Threlkeld, south of town. the wife of Charles Scott in Louis ii f'.j'.t.rg in a hung jury. Miss Mabel Wilson returned Sat ville, a girl. The grand jury which has been in 1 tr.al tf Ed Evanx, accuxed of urday, from a pleasant visit to rela18 indict Miss Liscie Martin, of Holly tives a Mr Nicholson watch session, has returned and friends at Mayfield. ments, and will return 10 or 15 more Springs, Miss., is the guest of Miss 2' the Farmers Gtn during Mrs. Ed Prather and daughter, hen it adjourns tonight to meet Laura Brown. u xet for tomorrow, Miss Virginia, returned from Fulton, at ruiton next week, it is com Ed Powell and P. C. Ward went Saturday, from lu II '1, charged with retail posed of the following men: a visit to friends. to Union City yesterday, to attend 2 E.:xey, i neJ S60 and coxtx. Lee Baltzer, of Covington, arriv ! the night rider trial. GRAND JURT, i3 red in the Hickman ed here Sunday, and spent a few i ::rt ! ut appealed the caxex. Engraved cards and embossed days this T. H. Williams R. M. Isler week with relatives and tationery and cards of every de proprietor of Evervhtvlvt A. M. Browder A. R. Stone friends. j i scription at this office. "- -r- an', cn Clinton Street. E. J. Jewell C. F. Remley J. R. Milner, county commission Caranations, 75c and $1.00 per Her n BrJer and Napoleon E. G. Maddox Jno. Thompson er, has just purchased a bird dog, dozen, violets, $1.50 per hundred. wfullv Icilllnt n hnir L. C. Lunsford J. J. Wiley costing him $250. He must be a Miss Frankye Reid. ::e J. W. Bland J. C. Hunt. good one, Jim. u r..ir..re, two caxex of hog Robert Schliecher returned to By a vote of 37 to 27 today the ig ar.I larceny of timber. Louisville Wednesday, after a busl PETIT JURORS. senate fixed the salary of the speak . ;;e? tkjppf J out Wednexday and ness trip here to the Mengel Box Co. Sam Denyer-RJohn Brown er of the house of representatives at errjef 5400 was forferited. It Miss Belle Knighton, of Fulton, E. Browder Earl Boar $15,000 instead of $12,000 as at J here this morninir that Bargain Prices For Cash At was married Sunday, to J. Dickson, f'f:rJ J. H. Newberry V. B. Graddy e left a r.jle present and instead of $20,000 as tied to a hitch rack Pullman conductor, of New Or Tom Prather, Jr. A. L. Ballcw proposed by the committee on leans. A. N King E. Bondurant Hannon, charged with the i. mi Cleveland Pewllt C. A. Barber inecity aaas ougnt to order a A report was circulated here fer cf a negro on the levee be- - Chas. Overby yes Lee Rose sidewalk built on Kentucky street, Homan, l.rxt of the year, has terday that Mrs. Sallie King, of near M. E. Beasley T. O. Copeland south of the wagon factory property. Cfi t f r tomorrow. town, who has been dangerously ill B. O. Bondurant J. J. Seay It is badly needed. Llre" for several days, was dead. This Harrison, detaining a L. R. Wade S. H. Linder Not only do you save money by was untrue, we PeaS" . Ut for lnmnr,n. are glad to say. ( enry Clay IVIVD R. L. Ballew buying "Square Deal" fence, but Mrs. King is much improved this W. R. Binford J. 0. Ryan. you are sure of getting the best. ML DOCKET. morning, and is in a fair way to Farmers Hdw. Co. I P & Z I Dodds Co vs I A LONG QOLF DRIVE. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT CRR Finis Clark, deputy sheriff in the t,Ji !I & St L R R offered to While the government is busy Jimet Braid Made It In 1905, But tht PERT PARAGRAPHS. west end of the county, is rejoicing raising salaries of its high officials, What Money Is. v ub uui was ic i Ground Wai Froien. d girl it is amusing to think of t ossed as to Wabash R Industry la the vice of euergutlc poo. over the arrival of a the offer Bait for the mattimonal hook. at his house. Mr. Clark intends f In an aiilulilgruihlcul ketch ut the Ha pie. had xome stock shipped of $1,500 a year for a The most effective substitute for ml uf liU new hook on golf Jhiiivk moving to Hickman some time next pai'iMin Illinois to Hickman. llruld toll ur his louuent drive. brains. It Is extremely hard for a stiver ear. Come on, Clark, we want competent newspaper man to look J a part of the "So far uh I cuu recollect," he after a paper to be issued from the contract that a Money is the most difficult root to tongued orator to bo at all Interested you. lu golden silence. Ube allowed in the car wrltt'H, "It wan In 1U05, when playliiK Agricultural Dep't. The politicians cultivate. round at Wultou lleuth with Mr. Marvin Heughltt, assistant to must think the newspaper man is to look after them. Itlddell. The cuurwn wuh frostbniind When a man forgeta hta own numo That which women look for while Whm to Martin the N C and tint wind wan ut our backti when sometimes he Isn't as absent minded and son of the president of the hard up and a veritable chump. The men sleep. Chicago Northwestern Railway, and newly created office will likely reas he would uppear. to allow the man to wo wcie playing tliu ttrieelith hole, Money is the loudest sound in the I hit my tee allot u UlHtauro of Mr. Cantillon, manager of that road, main unfilled until the appropriation W"ai'.?tlorkcar. and when the mid yurdi. carefully caleiilatfd utter voice of life. a!)S If leap year doesn't turn out to bu arr. are here in their private car. They committee gets around again. Hickman one of the wurd. What the rich don't need and the a, match factory, there will he many norst i w you can tlrlvo u hall "Of courae are the guests of Joe Cantillon, a cold hearth next year. jured jo badly that it We have it on good authority that poor don't get. wonderful had b dlatuncea when the baseball magnate, a brother, the Grand Jury, now in session here, 'fJ. The suit was for la fiuzeii, uud such u foul uhththinturf Is A curse to some that have it and Tliero are a lot of ordinary people Slf no teat of oue'a gcncrul capuclty. hut. in tho world. In fact, there la where and S. L. Dodds. This is their sec- is probing the night rider troubles of to all tint haven't. on tho other hum!, It wua au cold that a curse 1 vs J A Collins. Suit most of them make the hit of their ond visit to our city. The party Fulton County, and it is likely to re A provider of everything but hap Urea. 1 could K'lircfly grin my club, dud I fr r- -' went to Reelfoot Lake this morning. sult in the indictment of services. Dismissed feel mire that If 1 could liuvn held piness, a passport to everywhere but those partfttlr It properly t ttliould that day havu Anybody who la fond of ua muat of S. Q. McCreary, of Madrid Bend,' ticipating in the Walker raid, of near tr.n.n wm f wast CLP: very much further. vs R H SdpIpJi. necvailty poanesa a certain amount of Dis- - drlveu The one thing that makes crooked taBto aud good Judgment. Naahvllle had a serious loss by Are on the this city last fall, when a family of IT ; .. At the eighteenth hole In lhe night of Jan. 10, when the barn on seven negroes were killed. Also, diuvn to bunW things look straight and straight American. l'"iviTPni,in T...i auiiie round green, which thowaa guarding the the farm on which he is living was that the Obion County authorities, things crooked. Tt 1 l it t Urlv of nearly the mine length. A. About 800 bushels of who have been making a wholesale Cowgill's fountain is the only destroyed. Au to wlmt Ulaluuceu 1 huve dilven i.r- That which speaks a lauguagc we etal vsEP Parks. under normal coiidllhuiH I really du place you can get REX. Call for it corn, some hay, two good milk cews raid on the mysterious clan, will can all understand, but in which so r plaintiff for $302.54. not know. and calves, a brand new wagon. furnish some information connecting next time. i U'l' Once when I wuh playing u uiutck few are able to converse. " 11 Vl farming implements and harness several Fulton County men with the Kcm Uv i galiiat Harry Vuidta, 'rnrnt f0r ptafntlff for made u curry which wua ut llyllio, 1 The Courier and the weekly Com- were burnr.de His losi is about $800. killing of Capt. Rankin at Reelfoot REXPhosphate hits the spot geuerully re 7U mercial Appeal one year for $1.25, muikod iipou at the lime u bflng Call for it at Cowgill's. The (arm belongs to Mann &Garan Lake. The jury has made no reuouiethliiK very much nut of the or vi ft v uraUdock dluury hut I flo, of New Madrid. No insurance port as yet, but this may be forthIudm.-- 4 Mrs. Lizzie Ellison has returned do not remember what was ttw exact Itngth of It." on either the barn or Its contents. coming before the close of the week. from a visit to friends In Fulton. News at the Court House.. Happenings Around Town a -- . , n, 1 ,... -..- nit' E. R. ELLISON'S New Cash Store FIRST SALE ,rtc;:r -- CATDRDAY. JAN. 30th -- New Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Novelties, Men's Furnishings, House Furnishings, &c will be . Sold Below Value!! THE 'NEW STORE TO ADVERTISE -- ' itbxt week: aL rut 1 1 ' ai THE HICKMAN Csrsrs COURIER Lis Iks DwM W..lf Ksatukr W. 0. SPKBR and J. 0. B EXT ON, Editors and Proprietors. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAM IN ADTANCK. KoMrwd at lk Hickman, Kentuokj, mall matter. postoSlcsj as stcond-cl- Sp ring Goods We invite your special attention to the New Spring Goods we are . Tflrtai, Jan. 2isi. 1909 ;fe-- a To Tax Bachelors. Tax on bachelors, ranging from $10 to SS9 a year, according to age, is provided in bills introduced in the general assemblies of Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and Texas. John T. Farrell, father of the Wisconsin bills, also plans a state board for the finding of wives for bachelors who wish to evade this. 1$ CJ J .3j?4v. ceiving. Imperial linen finish Chambray, in all colors. v.iW. Suitings, Percales, Linens; in colors and white. v Nainsooks, in plain and checked. ' White Mercerized Waistings. ;;. v Irish Lawn in plain and stripes, White Goods in the new sheer . . ' . Rinds. Embroideries, Laces and etc. , Can't Be Separated. Get ltidofUoth Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers. You can't separate them. And you can't get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system is pretty suie to be in vigorous health. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. John Fethe, living on Troy Ave., Hickman, Ky., says: "I am truly THE LUNCH BOX. thankful for the great benefit I have CAKNOT quite make up rceived from the use of Doan's my mind, the benfit of Kidney Pills and for I'm much too poor to marry, suffering humanity, it is a pleasure Xtt ilnr that trip lsst for me to recommend this remedy Saturday, I'm drail In love with in a public way. I suffered from Carrie. many symptoms of kidney complaint, the most annoying being a weak I'd only carfare In ray Jeans, back. I tried all the remedies I No money for a treat. could think of, but found no relief When Carrie, falry-llkproduced Finally someone advised me to try A box of things to eat. Doan's Kidney Pills and I procured them at Helm & Ellison's drug store. First ahe brought out some sandwiches. They cured me and I will always be Of rye bread, sliced glad to recommend them." quite thin. And cheese, all Inter, For sale by all dealers. Price SO mixed with er. Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-MilbuAnd mustard added In. New York, sole agents for the Unit- I don't like sponc cake, as V rule, ' ed States. But try It Carrie's way, (In layers, with some marmalade). Remember the name Doan's You'll want It every day. and take no other. And so I think I'll take the chance. However foolish this Is, Th: Hickman Courier's circula- And ask that clrl to live with ins On bread and cheese and kisses. tion extends from our next-doo- r Just Six Biscuits. neighbor to London, England, and It is not an easy matter to gauge the its some satisfaction to know that baking right so that there will be none every copy that goes out is paid for wasted. Dy following this recipe exin advance. No more sporigers and actly Just six biscuits will be the result: SItt together one cup of sifted dead-beat- s on our books. Nothing flour, one teaspoon baking powder, a like it ; besides our readers say they pinch of salt and halt a teaspoon sugar. Add a fourth cup cream and halt like the new policy. a beaten egg. Handle lightly, pat out quickly and bake In a very hot oven. Money to Loan. Currants. Eat plenty of currants; few people 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per realize their food value. Cooked or cent per annum on farm lands in raw, they furnish a very large por Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., cent of saccharine In Us best form and in Fulton County, Ky. About grape sugar. The fruit contains a'.so one-hathe cash value of a farm a quantity of tartaric acid and potash will be loaned. Loans made in sums In Uie form of cream of tartar which Is of 31,000 or more for five years of dietetic value. Currants should be which we give with privilege to borrower of paying used In the puddings or as an after-dinnthe children, in pies, one year in lull or maksame after sweet they are excellent ing any size partial payment desired Appetizers. at intervals of six months after the We all know how an appetizer acts, expiration of one year, interest be but do we know why? A famous Gering stopped on partial payments man physician says that hunger Is caused by lack of blood In the stommade. Call on or write. ach. That lack acts on a special O. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. nerve which is a branch of the nerves of the tongue. Therefore, when a spice We positively will not sell seeds or sharp acid Is applied to the tongue. on credit. Hickman Hardware Co. It stimulates the nerve to action, and those pricks and spurs to appetite are not merely the gratification of cranky Better Than Ever. notions," but a response to natural The Lyric Theatre, under new, lniHnds. It Is, therefore, a sclentlllc fact that those foods which bite the home management is getting better 'onguu, which give a relish, in short, every day. New film service for are the best appetizers. the motion pictures has been arrangMul cs And Horses For Sale. ed so that pictures are received difrom Nashville, and a week's rect Sixty head of medium size work mules, also ten young supply received at one time. Work on the interior of the build- horses. Will sell for cash or on good note ing has been mostly finished, togethpayable Dec. 15, 1909. er with much new scenery. For further particulars address J. Several good shors have been F. & S. L. Dodds Co., or J. R. booked, thus assuring the o Donnell. public of variety as Gen. H. A. Tyler and Miss Marie well as a Brevard are guests of Gen. W. A. show. Collier, at Memphis this week, where John Cox and John T. Dillon are a house party is in order. The Genon the head of 'er good men to have eral never turns down a house par Xarneil How to Some Hickman 1'eojtlc. llave IT Night Rider Kogm Ethelbert Ropers, under arrest awaitu , plicity in the murW kin, at Walnut L .j? to Hickman Sat out to Fish Gap Hu 1l.1v villi his f.imiU T, tap Here. i - , BLOUNT'S F" . 7 , . 2 ., 11.., I - . 7 ,1 sensational day to confess. Attorney-- '' . 1 -- e, at Union City. , t Kogcrs is one .j men implicated wi. , .j t tt: rn ss TRIE BLUE PLOWS When you buy a True Blue Plow be sure it bears the name CT"T"lXT,Xl'r There are about eight manufacturers trying to imitate the Blount. gress of the former oiler was refused, . T timony was not nr , neys were reticent, '' on excellent auth r lession was exirerr r While In Hickna " . ,i his home near Uu under heavy guar , implicated in his undertake to kit; t released him on a 5 j ter he made bis con'-- -' turned to Union City, !! ', u r "1TJ rt U. S. Supreme Court "RT lf er REMEMBER: It takes more than a coat of blue paint to make a 'True Blue" Plow. There'sjust as much difference between a True Blue Plow and its imitation as there js between a good dollar and a counterfeit. Sold only by HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. INCOItl'OJUTr I) 'We keep every part from a bolt up in stock. ld anuse-ment-lovi- 31-4t- ty- - Hickman Furniture Co. '- - Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky Ho. lO Tlfhan rooms to FOR RENT--Thresmall family in Henderson residence near College, References exchanged. Apply at this office or R. R. Rogers. W. A. Johnston returned from Newbern, Monday, after a short visit to rlatlves. Mrs. W. C. Johnson will entertain, the Embroidery Club next Friday afternoon. e 31-2t- c. built? Albert and S. F. Barkett, of Quln-cy- , Ills., are visiting A. S. Barkett On the Streets and family. )..). iih..(. See us for that new summer suit. Inspect our samples early. Threl-kel- d Musical Jan. 22. & Schmidt. St. Valentine's day is next. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried it yet you haven't had the Hoc, the Kaiser, such veather. best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Moving pictures evj:ry night at John Kirkindall and family have the Lyric. moved into the new residence built What do you say about good by J. H. Pollock, on Paradise, Ave. roads now? e W. S. Barkett, of Fulton, Is REX the great CowgiU's. ing his brother, A. S. Barkett, the Law and Order League, court- prominent West Hickman merchant. A lot of money that is often spent house, Friday night. on a wedding would have been betFive gallons White Rose gasoline ter if used to purchase a safety net $1, at Courier office. Its pure. Will somebody kindly inform us for the fall out of the honeymoon. where the new bitch racks were Confederate veterans will gather ..,..f ,,,, Heard 1 thirst-quenche- r. visit-cens- tion of these dates was made at a Some more honr- - r meeting of the General Reunion can be done to a g"11" ' Some f k Committee. Hickman. hail rather send nrr " Tim Barham, a Prolageville saloon Peeper shot and killed a man, ence to a Hottentn lwho, it is alleged, had shot at him promise their dignity rr I iudig'i twice before he was killed. Barham the poor and which they is said to have killed a number of munity in im inc a few cheerful ' ' men and was at one time mashal of bthind. Give usah't r " Maiden. ty beginning at home Sixtr-thre- e saloons aonlied for 11. i Cairo January 1st as did lib-' also ten wholesalers and six pharma- Miss., will arrive tod., If iV cists who wanted to sell liquor. This lltUlt rifittv. Mr j ""'-- ' few weeks ago baranr a ought to keep Calrolts from suffering from the drogght. Mr,.L. A. Stone a- Miss Light Faris left Wednesday Mary, are here irn !' ' for Caruthersvllle to spend several Tenn. They will pr future days with Miss Jose Faulks, here In the , 1 in Memphis for their next annual re union on June 1,2, and 3. Selec- t"reu It might Interest Hi ers to know that the rtx1 Tm- -" will have appointmcr'3 ' the Supreme Court I- - s jority of the Justices"! hrpt the 'next four years '13 - ! ever, been generally -Justices are permst1' & the age of 70 on L.. T' ' of the nine members j now above 70 and t that age before 1913 ent ages are as follows Chief Justice Fuller, . Justice Harlan, 7 Justice White, 7 Justice Brewer, 71 Justice Peckham, Justice Holmes, ( The next Presi l ' i fore, determine th '" ti r r the Supreme Court, far as personal fitnp z ... but toward certain t r among ' !i!' nationalism as contra' t ?' ' rights. This invol." the Federal Uovernm ' ' rr "' great corporations greatest Importance t ' cut r 1 nt 1 ' v 'i rr -- - - W g 1909-- 1YEW SPRING- GOODS V -- F rVl ' V -- 1 v v3V- - 1909 WHITE GOODS GINGHAMS PERCALES t EMBROIDERIES LACES If Suitings, Calicos NAINSOOKS DIMITIES TABLE LINENS cSsS LINENS INDIA LINENS LONG CLOTH, &c We are showing the most complete line of the above goods ever brought to Hickman. Our stock .is very large. We NOW is the time to buy these goods, so as to do your Spring sewjng during the winter months, can supply your wants. before hot weather. We ask you to call and inspect these goods. Baltzer Agricultural A &, i. Dodds Dry Goods Co. Incorporated ' HISTORICALLY CORRECT. Meeting. i E'lting as close to : . 'X. Jtiiral associations . t. u 7- i:.cie, learning ii x meir r .. argmg Ideas with the ::s of agriculturalist! j (hem, au invitation ' .: n Ly the State A,',' .'jre for members of ' 's to meet with the r s Institute in Louis- -3 ::" - prescriptions filled QJck ly and Accurately take them to - If you wish to have ybur Cowgill's Drug Store where you may got your Drug wants at any hour mm 52? v aO mmmsgi SSkilililiDiSliliHsilililVSSlAKaW4 r - 24 DAY Oft NIGHT Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) Mother Uaed to Make. The aliorlrake niether ue. to make Ah, you will wlaety Tliat In thou ilar my appetite Vaa alwaya with wle. day and n k h t . Thai 'tl but fancr'a play' Well, have your flier! Hay I have lot The joy of ratine for the nki or aatlirylna hnnier which Youth only knowal Hat, Ol the rich. Hare thortrake mother uaerl to make! -- : i"1 - x. L - Tent organizations rd tc have full rep-- 3 a' fhr institute are r.e, Tobacco Societv. u Youthful Robber. Charged with robbing the Brook-po- rt Milling Company of Brookport, 111., five miles below Paducah of $222.49, Mitchell Hardy, 11 years old, is under arrest in St. Louis. He is alleged to have stolen $60.40 its too late to take out insur in cash, and the balance in checks. ance. Now is a better time a saf The lad will be brought back to er time. See us about it lock the Brookport for trial. barn before the horse is gone. Our rates are reasonable our companies FOR SALE : Good timothy hay, the world s best. in bale. J. P. Thomas, Route 4, 37-Hickman. TYYWWWYTYYYV rYYYYYYVYYYY When the Fire Whistle Blows i II I 1 Breeders Associa-- . Tht Shortcake Henry M. Knowall IV. That Is a Louis XIV. pavilion constructed in the reign ot R. T. TYLER, Agt. Unpopular at Paducah. p. Married at Fulton. Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house, as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at e any time, day or night. n will be notified This harmless preparation will The ahortrake mother uaed to make! Waa built thrre alnrla tall. ttirutci will be allowed digest anything you eat and over I never hail to a.arch with rare : r of the tnstuite for a To find the Julry benrlea there. come a sour stomach five minutes af r Nor were they grean or email. present the principles of An1 when I raet a aeeonil lrce, terwards. J ne,sand suggest ways Defylnf any future ache. If your meals don't tempt you, or I set It without extra chare. EM 1 i(s upbuilding and It waa free aa well aa large. what little you do eat seems to fill The ihortraka mother nne.1 to make? Hie ce.Jeral preat f?er' w -- 8. K. Klaer. In Chicago IteronMIerakl. a you, or lays like a lump of lead in anient which the stomach, or if you have heartburn, Hla Banner Over Me. is fostering in the flurroundrd by unnuaiber.il foea. that is a sign of indigestion. my aoul the battle roea! Aralnat Yet thouch I weary eore dlitr.it. Ask your pharmacist for a y should be represent. 1 know that I alio.ll reach my reat: case of Pape's Diapepsin and take I lift my tearful eyea above-I- lia banner over me la love. one trlangule after supper tonight. Ita aword my aptrlt will not yield. ti Schmidt want tn Though fleah may faint upon the fl.ld; There will be no sour risings, no fading light He thcr new samples for The wavra beure my the crown ot light; belching of indigested food mixed branch of pakn with acid, no stomach gas or heart ,er J I lift my brightening eyea above suits. Ilia banner over me la love. burn, fulness or heavy feeling in the may ill in. stomach, Nausea, Debilitating HeadMy cloud ot batllft-dui- l a : a $r0.000 fire last Ilia veil of aplendor curtain lllml aches, Dizziness or Intestinal grip' n.oj my fear the midnight of ' the east elevator And In not feel I may Him ataiidlng near: ing. This will all go. and besides, ' Milling Co. and Hut. aa I lift mine, eyea above, Hla banner uver me la love there will be no sour food left over r'(r ar. of train, --OeraJd Maaaar. in the stomach to poisou your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery, because it I 'I IM'N will take hold of your food and diHt'TII KMilHON gest it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Actual, prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your Pbar- macists, waiting for you, tloldauit, Ity. These large cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Subscriptions Taken for Any Periodical blishtd Anywhere in the United States It may be said that Gov. J. C. S. Blackburn has announced to his ptcial arrangements friends his determination to return with the publishers, we to Kentucky to spend the rest of his 7 ennl),ed to give the very best clubbing days as soon as his term as Govern' on anv MRazine or Periodical you may wish or of Panama is ended. He has been away from Kentucky long enough and cannot resist his yearnWt can save you something on ing for home. He will return to his your Magazines, and to thank farm in Woodford county, which he you much for vour subscription. considers the best spot on earth. I .rg.i-.at.o50-ce- nt u-Tt ' Breeders' Associa- Cattle people, the '." Ats.c.ation, the Sheep Acsjciation and others of i Jt a', have to do vitally with ,'interests of the Iry iy Stomach Distress Inconrje Tax Law Decision. The court cf appeals rendered a very important decision on the Income tax ' law. The court holds that beneficiaries and not the estates arc responsible, and only in cases when they are collaterals or strangers to the blood of the person making the bequest. This is one of the most important opinions on this feature of the inheritance tax law. Money that was collected from estates under the inheritance tax law prior to the time the court of appeals construed the law, will not be paid back to the executors of the estates unless so directed by the court of appeals. man Courier. List your real estate with the Hick No sale, no charge Ellison Magazine Agency.. 50-cen- ls County Unit Bill. The talking postal card is the in In an interview Auditor Frank P. vention of a French engineer, and At the request of the common- James declares that he believes Gov. has become so popular in that coun wealth the trial Bulger, Er- Willson should call the Legislature try that the American rights have nest Elmandbrf, Will Husbands and iuto special session to jass an exbeen secured andthe device will be Sam Everettc, a quartette ot Padu-caha- tension of the county unit bill. He placed in the cities of the United accused of robbing the Ban- says that the Republican platform states. dana bank, in April, 1908, was con- pledges enactment of the measure The person wishing to send a tinued Friday in the circuit court at and the platform promises should be postal card to a friend, enters Wickliffe until April. carried out if possible. the booth and talks into a machine that records the words on the specialBest Northern grown Glover seed? If you want to buy or sell any ly prepared postal card. When the' S7.S0 per bushel. Hickman Hardthing from a paper of pins to a city recipient receives the card a hun- ware Co. block try a Courier want ad. Ten dred or a thousand miles away, he Mrs. M. E. McNeil, of Route 4, cents will put the matter before or perhaps she, takes the card to is on the sick list. people. the nearest postal booth and inserts in a machine which talks the mesit sage it contains. The record of the postal card is indestructible, and the evict voice Modern Plumbing of the snider is heard. You cannot lay your home U of-Jo5,-0- Talking Postal Cards. The Paducah Retail Merchants association will test the decision of the city solicitor and validity of the oridnance requiring merchants to pay a separate license on each line of goods-- carried. One or 'two firms that carry several separate lines of goods have offered to pay the regular retail merchants license of S2S. They have balked at paying a license for each separate line. If the general council refuses the license the association will carry the case to court. This is a similar ordenance to the one introduced in the council in Hickman last month. It is not likely to become a law. s Notice. I should be pleased to have a few more customers for sweet milk, buttermilk and cream. Telephone No. 16. Milk delivered. Mrs. L. P. Ellison. Miss Rebecca Taylor and Dalton McQuirter, well known young people of Fulton, were united in marriage Wednesday night after an exciting get away from the bride's father, Henry F. Taylor. Some time ago the young people attempted to get married, but Mr. Taylor suc ceeded in frustrating their plans and is said to have threaten young Mc So strongly opposed to Quirter. the match was he that a tragedy would doubtless have resulted if the father cculd have located the young couple, who had fled across the line into Tennessee, where the ceremony was hurriedly said by Justice J. T. Futrell. WANTED: Reliable, energetic man to sell lubricating oils, greases and paints in Fulton . and adjoining counties. Salary or commission. ltp. Fairfax Refining Co. 4 1 We would advise buying Clover seed ,NOW. Hickman Hardwatc Co. ' bathroom unsanitary. modern and comfortable if vour fixture are old, and o'" Motion pictures every night at the Lyric. SEE US BEFORE YOU RENEW.... Annie and Ruth Ellkon Mr. B, P. Moon and Miss Ludie Pullen were married at the home of Mrs. Hester A. Carter, of Salem Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts, in East congregation, near Woodland Mills, Fulton, Wednesday. Rev. B. J. aged 76 years, died Jan. 9, 1909, at Russell performed the ceremony. the home' of her son, Mr, Rufe Lynch. The Courier can find a buyer for She had been afflicted for several years, but not confined to her bed. your real estate. See us. Modern plumbing and bath room equipment male your home healthy and comfortable. "jtaadanT plumbing fixture ai: the mo4 durable and aanitary fixture! made. We handle thit line and add our own guarantee to the manufacturer. We combine tiilled, ciperienied labor wh price and xoint urine. Plumbers, Tinners and Sheet Metal Workers Cotton Adam Sad Death at Fulton. One of the saddest deaths that has occurred in Fulton In many years occurred , Tuesday at the Illinois Central depot, when William H Irvine died, a victim of tuberculosis. Irvine came here at an early hour Sunday from Martin, Tenn. He Pa was then in a dying condition. pers found on his person showed tnat Irvine had four times served as an ordinary seaman in the United States navy, being honorably dis charged each time. The body is being held here while an effort is being made to communicate, with sup posed relatives of Irvine near Dres den, Tenn. If you want to buy or sell any thing from a paper of pins to a city block try a Courier want ad. Ten cents will put the matter before people. 5,-0- f See The Big Show! Our New Samples have arrived for. Spring and Summer il 'saBeaUtlBBl faamammmmmmmmmmmaawl Brtt Tailoring Display Showing 400 new, popular patterns and the LATEST AUTHENTIC STYLES ! President Gels Ran, The salary of th 1 c 1 United States was . .. S100000 per annun . senatecould fix it ar.l the house of reprr000 each. The salary of 11 e the supreme court i States was Increa- to $15,000 per an 4 the associate justi .M to $14,500. The,- 'i itff made as amendm'-- ' t tlvc, executive ai , 'if J tlon bills and after ' it. bate, ammendm . 1I I, 000 to the vire j -- J tit speaker for hon s were stricken fron. ' ... ' it - -- i The salary of " Of Interest to Women. Raisin Pie It is worth trying when there is a shortage of dessert material in the house. Soak two cups of raisins in cold water then plump them in same water made hot, seed and chop them, add the juice of one lemon, one cup of cold water, one-haFill under cup of sugar. crust, dredge with flour, dot with a very little butter and sprinkle with grated rind of a lemon. Cover with a lattice crust and bake fifteen minutes. Prune and D a e Pie S oak prunes until soft, then remove stones. To two cups of prunes add one-hacup of dates cut in tiny pieces, the grated rind and juice of a lemon, three tablespoons of sugar and enough of the prune juice to make the filling of the right consistency. Dredge with flour, dot with bits of butter, put on upper crust and bake fifteen minutes. Hazel Nut Custard Pie This is a favorite one of the New York f hotels. To a custard add cup of finely ground hazel nuts. The nuts will rise to the top and form a tender crust to the custard. Walnuts, pecans or almonds may be used in the place of the hazel nuts. lf YOU are requested to call examine this beautiful line. About all tbe new patterns ")vorth seeing are HERE I Order at Our Risk ( ,ru ilk- - . Mv.i l United States wa, u as large as itou,' is allowed S2.s,'" traveling expens same amount or t tenanoe and inr White House. No man him orth such a sai ir, , a tendency to i improve the morj. ' uency. wen w lots of dirty worn ment of $J00 a ju, ! LIQHTNINO'S Cacspet Many Strang' Ci Wit ; - ' - . if '03- , , k . r - tsr . L y ICR FRtHl t lf We Guarantee: 4l ( THE STYLE THE FIT THE PRICE and I . tj are fJ you dont want-- Suit or Trousers now, fust select the goods, have your measure taken, Prices e will deliver the garments at any time you desire them. frlahtH)el !..; b....L ws uy h ClattoK t(e lMilwilidrvhlu (minting i rtar1 . ,. . i JSixits, $12 4b to S50 The new styles Glad to show you the nelv line, whether you care to order or not. will Interest you, was Minted f" but felt mu oil King (tir his Mm. , . one-hal- Substitute for CHERRY Pie Equal quantities of cranberries and seeded raisin cooked together make a delicious filling for a pie which is hard to tell from the real cherry. Lemon Pie Take one eeg, one cup of sugar, one tablespconful of flour, a little salt. Mix well together. Then add one cup of boiling water and the grated rind and Better deep juice of one lemon. plates or pie tins and line with a plain paste. Fill with tne mixture and bake slowly for half an hour. Into one quart of box of galatine, milk put one-haheat slowly. When the galatine is thoroughly dissolved add the yolks of four eggs beaten with one cupful of sugar. Let it scald, then set Reit aside to cool four minutes. turn it to the fire and add the well beaten whites of four eggs and a little salt. . Flavor to taste. Pour, while hot ,y into a mold that has been plunged in cold water. Put in a cool place and serve the following 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Bradly & Parham Speaking of Good Liquor. mm QUIPS. Soma folks hnru mora mono under bM fiwt nun mnf7. w UIhiuI " v - Bfltrki' N IkivIiik ii polnt- Clasler IllllK i by n hall whi I barret ami k' lenves wlthon' trnt. A tin .i .. t- - f Roman Cream lf day. Rush Creek. Tom Arrington, of Harmony, ited Walter Crostic and family, visSat- urday. Mrs. Louis Atwill and daughter, Miss Annie, of Mud Creek, visited friends here Tuesday. We extend congratulations to our editor, Mr. Speer. May Heaven's choisest blessings attend them as they journey over life's pathway. May they enjoy a long and prosperous life if the wish of a correspond- In looking over some old papers of the late James A. McKenzie, of Bowling Green, a friend found a copy of a letter from Col. Robt. G. Ingersoll to Mr. McKenzie, accom panied by a jug of rare old liquor. The letter reads : "Dear Jim: I send you some of the most wonderful whisky that ever chased a skeleton from a feast or painted landscapes on the brain of man. It is mingled souls of wheat and corn. In it you will see the sunbeams chasing each other over the billow fields, the dews of night, the wealth of summer and autumn's rich content, all gilded with imprisoned light. "Drink it, and you will hear the 3ongs of men and maidens fair, mingled with the laughter of children as they sing the Harvest Home. Drink it, and through your vein you dawn, the dreamy, feel the star-li- t tawny dusks of many perfect days. "For forty years this liquid joy has been imprisoned within its happy staves of oak, awaiting an opportunity to touch the lips of man. Yours truly, Robert G. Ingersoll." The best coffee in the world for 20c a pound. We can prove it. Bettersworth & Parther. prohibition , bill The State-Wid- e passed by the Tennessee Legislature was vetoed by Gov. Patterson, Tues day, but was passed over his veto yesterday, and it will be unlawful to sell liquor anywhere in that State after July 1. The breweries will also be out of business after Jan. 1, 1910, as no intoxicants may be man ufactured after that date. The Com mercial Appeal is weeping over the slump in reveuve which will follow but fails to say that proverty stricken women and children really pay such revenue. than house IILU n w'n ehu1 ' nM.. .1, bralm, and ore net rtoh.'elthor. Tho olilor a man grow, tho morn funerals tie has tn attend and tho 'few er wedding Invitation rwioh lilm. Why tloci the Klrl who, ut 1C, called Mlis Jnnvg, llko hat 3t to bo callud -- llabn" I'd on bi-ln- ut HkMiiInr n -- nil . .... . . I u.ut. mi,". went. l.lKhin" fenet) mimiun.l' Kave Mrs. Ki rhlch ti hui- i. - h Iult "ToodlPBT" taktM $85 worth of flowers to makti a ttmiKM)nful of attar of ros For a chance Court this week i t! I . - tn Vi It kce-n-t iitl but a coiMr' worth of onions will inirmr courts fining th" a whole theater. Co. $1,623,90" f That hackneyed nnwtpaper phrase: "The bliuliliiK tirldo," I too tma vr iiic to die out. CotmlcIcrltiK the kind af mini alio mnrrleit, It Is no wonder tho avvraKu hrldo blushes. '" T - gLnnouncfmcnts A nowMiier Intorvlew you'll it aa uleetloti time niproachen Is a modern Invention that enablos stateamun tu put their vlewa U'foie the public without bssiiiiiIiik resxm alhlltty for thrm. If tlio view duu't tnku they aro repudiated as the Inaccuracies of careless reportlni;. no-tlc- o For Sheriff: goal; i ' Circuit Court j. v.," Clerk. For Jailer. We Put Up All neat Itttl" maiden Ilia face, seamed with furrow, proclaimed him a ssge. With lip. that were ntMked wit) the rip aherry hue. Her aheek they were ml ut tht way I "Young man," cried the wrinkled old fel' wilt peering low, au eager, Btralght Into lirr eye of k violet bluel "Hast seen u young attrl with a blush on her ehtek. T wit rude, I'll eonfess, but her theek With eye like the violet, lips. Ilk the they were rosy sherry T And dimples bewltehlng and tauslng Hait teen aueh a glrlT O I pray thee to were I hero; apeak! I UmI any young man wlw win heart whole arid happy Thoy eull her Mln Kama and for long Would dare at a vlalun so daintily fair! 1 have sought her. Have trudged and have prayed through The wind, lucky fellow, waa kiting htr the prime of my life. dlmplea tetl ma, yojjng man, for 1 fain would And wrapping her form In u Ringing 0 puraue her T embiar. And win this sweet maid el the world I paaed by the maiden, the neat Utile for my wife!" maiden. Hut loat waa rny heart tu her sweet pushed him sslde and rusned on In my flushing face I a, . 1 Jul I enra met it maiden, Prescriptions as carefully as if the medicine were for our own family. All that skill, experience and extreme care can ac complish is concentrated in our prescription work. We use only the purest, strWest and freshest It is possible to procure and carefully look after their storage until they are used. School Superintendent MISS t- County AnenorCHA.. - County w, Judge- - County Attorney: IA-- , ent. Miss Jimmye White, of near Cay-csurprised her friends by marrying, last Sunday, Jan. 17th. She visited her old home in Lebanon, Tenn. where she met her old school mate and lover, a Mr. Beard, and the marriage waS hastily consumat-ed- . e, . T " County Court INDEPENUbrMi Cle Helm & Ellison v nr.K For Hieriff. CIIA Fur weeka I have walked In trie street wheie the maiden Waa tripping that day an her way through the thrpng. And eer I'm searching the fuces tht greet me For one that will turn all my life Into To-da- y vigil. Hemmed 1 WANTED; Reliable, energetic man to sell lubricating oils, greases "Square Deal", is the best woven and painU Jh Fulton and adjoining Salary or commission. wire fence on the market. We have counties. TaJJLTAX RWJHOtO Co. I III Representative Edwards, of Ken Ah, bravely J trudge In the street wltn tucky, introduced a bill in the House song! It thousands, ta appropiate $7,500 to erect a ai I pushed through the crowd Ah, madly 1 searih In the mart. and the jostle, monument to Daniel Boone at Cum met an old man wh waa wrinkled Tho' gleatly I fear not again shall I meet her with age i berlaiul Gap, whre the State lines This maiden elusive, this dream of ruy of form too waa bent wi'li the year Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia 4J (rateUd heart' oln. ing I'lly, And prayed for the dawn that would faaes I met to the left and tbe right; untied every place In the great, teemdissipate night For County J" For Juler. plenty of It. Farmers Hdw, Co. Lie. January Bricflcts.. Bob Isler is looking press office this week. after the ex tul line field seeds. Hickman R. M. Is on Hardware Co. Of Now a Days the jury. The freshest groceries In town at Col. Arch DeBow Is making a re C.B. Wright's. cord as a uneasy lies the head that has a great deal in common with a fish. Skltner Satin Good Clover Seed $6 per bushel. "squeals" on the night riders. Lined Hickman Hdw. Co. Miss Uestie Harper, of Union 3 It takes a Hue one to swim up stream, whether it Is a Judge Robbins, of Mayfield, at City, Is the guest of Misses Laura drug store or a fish. tended court here, this week, and Marine Brown. f A. A. Faris has returned from a Percy Jones went to Memphis 0 business trip to Helena, Ark., where Tuesday, to attend a convention of ITTSee Show Window The best evidence of our ability to swim up stream is his derrick is now stationed. Ice Cream Manufacturers. proven by the unusual business done in this store; Who'd night rider C. li. Wright has started a cash Baffzer & Dolus Dry Roods Go. business bobbing up in the Fulton grocery in the Frenz building and circuit court. Hickman may yet be solicits a share of your business liirortorilnl No slore,can make such tremendous strides OVER ALL in the t. Jim Jackton, wife and children, of OTHERS without deserving such successand preference. For FOR SALE: A nice team of black near Columbus, ate the guests of a number of years we have blazed the trail of high standard of mares. Will sell at a big bargain. Mrs. Jackson's sister, Mrs. Sude Will work anywhere. Naifeh. Apply to quality, superior service, fair prices that has led to this store Mose Barkett or this office. The Entre Nous Club was delight the greatest biitiness ever known in this locality. The Reason Why. Dortna. J. W, Ward and R. H. Kirk, own- - fully entertained Saturday afternoon, lift, a. I . v . ,,w Ellison Dros. Sales are always a ers of the Hickman Ferry, are build by Miss Emma Tyler. Progressive -;., . J Is because Ellison always ng a gasoline boat, near the Lee Raffles was played. Make your comparisons and prove our claims. An Ice course, f, k'H was here Monday success Line depot, which, when finished, and coffee and wafers were served makes good. You know that when you come to will be used for handling local river Oce Harris, who has been In the the store you'll find goods just as freight. employ of Helm & Ellison, will ao advertised, Joe Wade, of South Fulton, form cept a position with the Hickman Dry- -1 Iranacted business The Sensation of this sale are the er mayor and veteran furniture deal- Drug Co., about the 15th of Febru M:ir.J iatt week. Mens Pants and the Shoe Counter. er, lies in a critical condition at his ary. Mr. Harris is one of the best ;fi K R tptut Saturday night Here are about 200 pairs of Mens home as a result of a severe stroke salesmen in Hickman, and a clever !U3 . '3 Mamie Pickett. Pants. They were manufactured to of paralvsls which overcame him young man. rTTWWTTWTWWWWwwTVTTTTfTff TTTTTTTTTWW sell for S4. $5 and $6 the pair. We last Thursday. Two young girls, of Hickman, are own them so that we can cive vou L. T. Roberts and Clyde Peebles building up a business. They can Teachers Training Class. Big Damage Suit. .1. choice of the lot for SI. 98. .All were In town Monday. They pur help you, and you can help them. The Teachers Training Class One of the largest damage suits :tr Lee, d Charleston, It In sizes. cnaseaI rrr acres oi lanu in the up Their business Is the taking of sub meets every Sunday evening at 6 :30 ever tuv brought within the, jurisdiction Ana here on the shoe counter, per bottoms from ,jkl:rtxJ this week, buying W. C. Johnson. scnpions, new or renewals, to any at the Christian church. Sunday of the Fulton Circuit court, will be piled high with brand new, fresh Mr. id L:ei Roberts is a brother of Judge and all magazines and periodicals school workers, young people and tried next week when little Miss ArMar.'fa Faulki attended goods, right from the factory, are H. F. Remley. published in the United States. By heads of families are urged to at tie Dupree, aged six years,, of CoMens Fine SJ.50 Shoes which we are we nave received numerous com special arrangements with the pub tend these meetings. Everybody lumbus, Ky., through her attorneys, selling at $2.48; the famous Hun-te- r munications lately unsigned. It is Ushers, they are able to quote the invited regardless of church, sect or Tom Shelbourne and Bob Smith, $3 Walk Easy Shoes, high class F?rg-jcpreached to the n our rule not to publitn these and very lowest rates that can be ob social standing. sues the Illinois Central railroad ( Lcr.ti Orsve Sunday and gun metal leather, we offer you for thote desiring to see their letters In tained. Possibly you have not been This is an effort to encourage the Company for the loss of both her S2.25 j Ladles Patent Leather SJ.OO print should sign their name and getting the lowest rates on your tudy of the scriptures by those who limbs, alleging carelessness on the shoes, as stylish a shoe as you will magazines. Whether your maga are not members of the church give pott office address. as part of the defendent as causing fmd.anywhere at $1.08; and remem zine is literary, fiction, news, church, well as those who trrrv it rnnri in nw ir are. In a word, same. Although not given out yet ber not a pair on this counter today TTTTTTTTWJTTTTTTWWTTTTWTTW fashion, law, medical ortrade journ its efforts are broad, liberal and un it is understood that the amount askbut is brand new, fresh stock, right al, they can give you excellent club- biased. rr.n nr. i ii nrvanr ni rn st ed is $10,000." from the factory. Then here are bing arrangements by which you , iui.-- r the death of hit In- M. L. Blaney, pastor, preaches One day last spring as Artie in Boys Fine Patent Leather $2.50 and may be able to save enough to pay each Sunday morning at 11 :00 o' company with her nurse were near S3 goods at' SI. 48 ; Boys $1.55 shoes for one or more of your subscriptions. clock, evening at 7 :15. the crossing between Church and for 98 cents, and .Ladles $2.00 and Every renewal of any periodicdl Main street in Fulton, a local freignt $2.25 Shoes for $1.48. which is given them, assists in buildMrs. Moore Entertains. New Grocery Store, train switching in the yards, ran the The Overcoats offered at $9 are ing up their business, which they The Ladies of the Embroidery child down and she suffered the ternew goods, and made to tell at hope to make permanent. Let them Club were delightfully entertained rible injury of losing both her limbs, ...n i.i ui.uuiiuiui; Ull 11111- - $10.50 and the Mens Socks at J have your renewals, and give them Friday afternoon from 2 :30 to 5 o' the wheels severing them from her eti, uitneiiy occupied by cents, the Heavy Fleeced Underwear an opportunity to figure with you on clock by Mrs. Frank Moore. Be- body just above the ankles. Might The entire stock at 40 cents.the Blue Chambray Shirts all your magazines and periodicals. sides the members, there were about lr:i the whnlf limit. at 40 cents, and all the other Items They would like to hear too, from Best Northern grown Clover seed, twelve invited guests. The rooms Se!, who has only been here that we haven't space to mention, all those Hickman people who have $7.00 per bushel Hickman Hardwere decorated in red, pink and white ' WU 1 JJ 111 are all big bargains. moved away from home, as they An excellent salad ware Co. caranations. And on the Dry Goods side we will do a mail order business also. course was served, after which saltar.J is now on the couldn't tell you of all the good Write them and give them a list of U. D. C. Reception. ed nuts were also served. 'er things we ruve to show you. But the magazines you take and let them The Daughters of the Confederacy irvouw.NT Kirk has aln purchased C. come and see, and you'll be just as give youa rate. See Miss Annie received Tuesday afternoon from Methodist Church. I II" re h.l.Hmo ir,.l -l .. ...u tlliu M&IUIC3, enthusiastic as all the others who Utsitina Cards, Announcements. or Ruth Ellison, or phone 17. Write 3 to 4, at the home of Mrs. Fannie ic xne taturei will have been here. Rev. J. W. Waters will begin a Wedding Invitations, Monograms, to Ellison Magazine Agency, Hicka his tin r v Kim - w. stationary, btc, sbb as. series of sermons next Sunday morn- Shaw, and had appropriate services The wide Embroideries at 10 cents man, Ky. You will get prompt ing on the Essential Doctrines of in the memory of Robert E. Lee's and the big values in Laces at 5 The rooms were artistiy a Liberal patronage. cents, the Towel Sale, the Muslin Christianity. Subject for the morn- birthday. ing Inur will be "Reconciliation cally decorated in red and white Underwear and the White Goods Tame Partridges. A bunting, flags, red and white caranaThrough the Death of Christ." Sale, all the little 5 cent Notions at cordial invitation is extended to all tions, hyacinths, and potted plants. 1 and 2 cents ; the JO cent mattings ........ .. r. ..a.il.uil, OI AUSlin, As the guests arrived, they were to be present. Sunday School at at 19 cents, the Rugs, the Quilts, the . sr,B uuuer a nen served coffee and cheese, and sand mm Music! 9.45 a. m. Good wide Sheetings at 19 cents that . an, ii.ucneu quue a wiches tied with red ribbons, by Mrs. you've been paying 25 cents for: we unu nve out o( 6 Henry Amberg, Mrs. Allison Tyler, Teachers' Examination. 4, w cuiiiciy grown wish we could tell you of the good BY Mrs. Henry Remley and Mrs. Ches things, but it is impossible I You'll An examination for applicants for ter Bondurant. There was a large have to come yourself. County Diplomas will be held at the At Lyric Theatre, Friday Evening, January 22, number present, and an interesting Court House in Hickman, Friday tj ra.se from the do- - The Hardware Roon isn't to be "P'J Benefit Carnegie Library. Admission 25 & 35c program as follows rendered : outdone. and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30. The values here are sim iici season. Lee's Farewell Address o His Dora M. Smith, Supt. and roost with the ply marvelous I We can't specify Army Miss Anna Outten. .1 I ..I L ini.jgn uie day itav terns. Come and see. You won't Cover My Defenseless Hea- dOrigin of the Almanac. - uisunce Horn the regret it. Mrs. Pearl Roberts. Orchestra al ,h,; A Pointer. Saturday morning we The origin of the word almanac disturbance Song Mrs. H. L. Amberg. Medley "Southern Melodies" - -- ic cnicicens for pro- - saw people at the Shoe Counters. is derived irom the Arabic words Poem, -- Lee'' Mrs. J. A. Thomp Quartette who bought Shoes, and then in the always Mum at , aland manah to count and thus son. hl. Piano Solo "Impromptu" Relnold . afternoon, they came back and aptly applies to the measurement of Song Miss Lillian f Johnston. Miss Bondurant h" bee of'ed a bought Slices for the whoe family. time. Almanacs in ancient days Poem, 'A Reverie" by Mrs. Fred Vocal Solo-"M- arle" Chas. Shackford were i Isn't this proof enough of the good i.i ir employed by the Alexandrian Wlgstrand Mrs. H. F. Remley. Miss Johnston J in their See the Greeks, but It is uncertain when they culture values? Come and see. Reading Selected hem to eiDerlmen. big ad for more particulars. s. were actually introduced into Hickman Lodge 76 . . ,t Al Mt Miss Luten u me present h tsn. Ellison Bros. In 1150 A, D. Solomon F. & A. M. HI.. Piano Solo "Bubbling Springs".. Ride King Julia ,C,to airt with -J Jarchus published an almanac, but Hickman Lodge No. 761. F. & Mrs. Prather Curlin Criticises Authorities, the first printed one was brought out A. M., will meet in regular commuOrchestra in Vienna in 1457 by the great nication next Monday night at 7 :30. The Fulton Leader says : There ,.Chas. Glmble astronomer Piano Duet "Old Black Joe" Cwl of Thanks. s considerable comment here on the Purbach. The most Visiting brothers cordially Invited. Misses Fuqua and Bartlett looseness of theauthorities in charge celebrated almanac maker was the H. C. Helm, Master. Vocal Solo "Rockin' In de Win"... Neldlinger dabbler in magic, Nostradamus, and D. Owens, Sec'y. of the jail at Hickman which would for their tin t Miss Wilton Work in E. A. and F. C. Degrees. since his time almanacs with predicpermit of the two jail deliveries and ,..F. Mendelsohn tions have been in 10. Pianq Solo "Rondo Capriccolso".. mi it would appear that the custodians vogue and their Mrs. Chas. Baltzer The May Pants Company has closweather lore and pictorial prophecies of the county bastlle are very care- J '"'es and Wife. 1. Vocal Solo "A Winter Lullaby" R. Dekoren have Invariably appealed to a large ed a deal with R. M. Chowlng and ess. McDowell Franklin Company S. At Mrs. Henry Amberg - ..on, an will not attempt any severe pursuit number of people who are apt to put other Fulton capitalists la which the Selected 12. Reading ,,a'ndE11uVftf unswerving belief in the cryptic re- left over stock on hand at the facof Bullard since they have already Mrs. Remley tory will be transferred to them. been to great expense in tecurlnc marks of Zadski and Old Moore. Will T. Thompson J. Quartett "Come Where The Lilies Bloom" ,nt'e yrs n the About $20,000 worth of pants were his apprehension. Iu Mrs, Henry Amberg, Miss Ivey DeBow, Messrs. Arch DeBow and Owens J. W Walters, of Union City, was left on hand, and have been shipped Gasoline at the Courier Office. 14. Orchestra in the city Tuesday on business. to Fulton. r The Dm; Business Ladies' Short Jackets Original Price r. $8.50 to $15.00 lime-ligh- fc . Helm & Qlisoi -- -- f.- ii... LITERARY CIRCLE fJ IT1 y 118 Eu-rop- " A . . "7r . ff TRY THIS FOH COLD3 PYTHON BIG T ' 7. inn ninn. chiiviuk i'plat Mis half ounco of Concentrated with crsss. TUu shock Is allowed to compound with IS GIRL'S QUEER PET two. ounces of gly slnnd unlll tho poas nd vino ar ortno nnd a half pint of good whiskey S thoroughly cured. S CATTTII shako it wolf each tlmo 1tml uio in Yield A Rood crop In any porlton of doses of rt toaspoonful to a tablespoon-fu- l BILLY" fJETS A MILK BATH DAILY OiOJOIOiOJOJOiOIOiOSOiOiCj LoulslnnaVbpuld ylcldWroro sUtj-fAND 13 HOUSED IN LUXovcry four hours. hxperl-wen- t to 100 hushels per acre. fTho URIOUS QUARTERS. These Ingredients ,ean bo obtained PEANUT CULTURE. Stalloii'S lmvo produced a llttlo from any good druggist who will Rood over 100 bushels per ago on a tho mixture, or It can bo mixed Bangor, Me. Miss Myrtle lmbcrt Varieties Soil Time of Plantin- g- crop. Tho Arkansas Station reports ,. at homo. of Strong has a strange "put tn a ten. ylotds-oCultivation Harvesting Yield nlnoiy flvo to 173 bushcough foot python, brought from A.ala nnd front This Is said to be tho quickest ' Preparation for Market. els per aero. Hcports from small and cold euro known to science, nnd at presented by a friend. Miss Lambert indlcats tho samo tlmo it has a splendid tonlo has developed a passion for snakes farmers In north JHilslona The Louisiana Stnto Hoard of Agrl yields In that section of from eighty effect which benefits tho wholo system. nnd the python Is her household pet Tho Concentrated ptno is n special plno It belongs to tho boa constrictor vaculturo and Immigration and tho Ex- to 100 hushels. p.cr'ftcre. bo pre- product refined for medical uso nnd riety 1'reparatlon forMnrkflt-rT- o periment Station has lssuedVtho and eventually Is expected to on neaitut culture, prepared by pared' for tho market tho peas must comes only in halt ounco bottles, each reach a length of 35 to 30 feet enclosed in a tound case, which Is airV. IljPodsqp, Ilr9C,tor, Agricultural hi. unnnrsied .from the. vines and thor Tho python, which Its owner hns tight, to retain all tho original strength named Billy, Is very fastidious us to oughly ridden of the, adhering dirt. Kxperimeut aiaiions: a a t help- - of tho fluid, but bo suro it Is labeled mcclianfcal '(Ikitccff nros Its food, nnd it Insists on having nice In view of tho frequent inquiries' refat chickens for Its meals Miss garding tho cultivation of poanuts, the fni In this work. Peanut tnrosiiorn "Concentrated." VAIN THREATS. bcrt has another snake of tho "coral" following condensed statement has aro on tho market and aro said to do variety that sho prltrs highly It was been propared Riving tho most portl-non- t satisfactory work. oi twenty-tgiven her by tho same jiorson who lrCCTho prloo per bushelCO to S5 facts secured from tho Louisiana pounds varies from Kxporlment Stntlons and other experi- wo rents. Tho avcrnco price tor ment stntlonB In tho South) Varieties Tho largo poanuts usual- years lit Norfolk. Va., Is said to bo 65 ly scon at the confectioneries aro tho cents per bushel. Peanuts for Oil Production Pea "Virginia" or 'Tennessee" "red" or "whito" varieties.. Tho Virginia or nuts contain from 35 to GO per cent Tennessee red Is xnorp, popular on Jhc oil. . Prime oil U said o bo worm w market nnd these seem to bo better cents per gallon. Tho lower grades suited to Ixmlalana conditions than tho used for soap stock would bring a two whito varieties. The "Spanish" much lower price, as thoy would com peanutf has a smaller pea nnd has a Into competition with tho soap stock In moro erect habit of growth, and tho ho form of cotton seed oil. Tho residue Jimmy Juggins It you do not con peas adhere to tho vines with greater after tho oil is extracted Is a valua- tenacity in tho harvest than Is char- blo stock feed and should bring from sent to my marriage with your daughacteristic with tho other varieties. Tho $20 to $25 per ton when tho meats ter, I swear I'll kill myself. you'll sars Her Pa Ha, that's good: Spanish peanut Is, therefore, easier to and hulls, aro mixed, or from $25 to no the trouble. forago or market than tho $30 per ton when tho hulls aro sepaharvest for DREADFUL DANDRUFF. other varieties. The Spanish variety rated beforo tho oil is extracted. Peanut Hay Peanut hay, when well is hot quilo as rich in oil as somo of cured Is a most excellent forage; Tbo Girl's Head Encrusted Feared Loss the largo varieties. Tho of All Her Hair Baby Had "Mammoth" varieties are not desira- t.oulslana Stations havo shown that Missionary's Wife Mads ble so far as tho indications of tho ex- poanuts aro most excellent for fattenperiments at ths Louisiana Stations ing hogs. Tho Arkansas Station found Two Perfect Cures by Cutlcurv. acre in peanuts pro go. Tho yields are small and many that of the pods are not well filled. The duced 313 pounds of pork, while tho "For several years my husband Spanish Is generally prcforrcd for for- same nmount of land In corn produced age and possibly for other purposes, only 109 pounds of pork. Tho Ala was a missionary In tho Soutnwcst. aton account of loss labor involvod in bama Station found that hogs pas- Every one In that high and dry turing on a peanut field mado much mosnhero has moro or less troublo Every Morning the Snake Gets a Bath harvesting. and my daughter's scalp Soli Almost any well drained soil cheaper gains than on cowpcas, swest with dandruff of Milk. becamo so encrusted with it that I will produco a fair crop potatoes or sorghum. in Louisiana was alarmed for fear sho would lose gave hor tho big fellow. The llttlo of peanuts. Tho sandy soil with a all her hair. After trying various rem- snako Is about thrt-- feet In length moderate- - amount of humus is preferedies, in desperation I bought a cake and ono of its favorlto positions Is How Prize Lambs Were Fed. red. Stiff soils frequently produce good F, E. Bryant of tho Tecoa valloy. of Cutlcura Soap and a box of Cut!-cur- a colled In Its mistress' hair. Here It crops,' hut It is difficult to harvest the Thoy left tho scalp Ointment perfectly quiet for hours pea satisfactorily and free it from dirt. New Mexico, exhibited a load of lambs beautifully clean and free from willa remainobsorvlng all that Is going at the recent international stock show dandruff, and I nm happy to say that at time, Red (olls.jcontaining a largo quantity Tbo two snakes are on. however. on thorn, demonof 'iron, color tho pods and injure tho and took first prlio comstrating to his countrymen that he tho Cutlcura Remedies wero a suc- great friends. Billy receives as much market qualities. Soils containing- n caro as a child. The plete success. I havo also used largo amount of stable manuro or de- knows how to grow good ones.March, cessfully the Cutlcura Remedies for Every morning tho snake gets a .In lambs word dropped early 'milk-crus- t' composing vegetable matter arc liable on. baby's head. tho mothers being cull ewes past tholr Cutlcura Is a blessing. Mrs. J. A. bath of now milk, the body afterward to produco excessive vines and a occu usofulness on tbo range. They had Darling. 310 Fifth SL, Carthage, Ohio, being wiped quite dry. The box for small .yield of peanuts. pied by tlm snake, which was mado teen put on alfalfa pasturo in the fall Jan. 20. 1903." Tlmo of Planting Peanuts should Through the summer tho "niter Dn A Ckm. Oorp BoU rropv, BorluL his especial occupancy, is constructed not be planted until all 'danger of beforo. of polished woods and is lined with with, ihe ewoa frost'baS'passed. They may bo plant- lambs wcro on pasturo soft cloths. Thcro aro perches in the Opposed to Toll Roads. until they wcro weanod August 15. ed as late as thcunlddle of Juno ani h box and a long shelf that bis suako- Maryland, following tho recent From that tlmo on they wero fed sreon upon. may good crop made. green feeds and of Pennsylvania, Is moving to abolish shln havu stretch alwnys had a great liking Preparation of tho Soil Prepare tho cow peas and otbor "I Thoy were toll roads. Got. Crothers has ex for snakes." said Miss Lambert. "Afraid feed lot. soil" 'as for ordinary staple crops. As alfalfa hay lr tho corn, alfalfa, hay, beets pressed tho hopo that beforo his term of snakes? Well, I should say not clean culturo Is desirable, land that is finished on crops. Mr. Bryant gave Is ended every, toll gate .la tho state For my part I can't seo what there Is 'comparatively freo of weed and grass and other root free. the feeding his personal attention and will bo abolished and every road good about a snako that a girl should be seeds is to bo preferred. the result shows that ho knew his bus- He believes that the work of tho re- afraid of. Now, somo might say that Planting Very slight ridges should iness. The lambs wero eight days on roads commission will ultimately Billy is dangerous, but I am not a bit be prepared in ordinary soils, in tho tho trip to Chicago and won first out sult in wiping out tho gates. "Tho toll- gato." says tho governor, "is not of afraid of tho big follow. It's true that moro sandy soils, the. flat row should olsixtccn entires. -- They. avpraged lie this ago and has no proper place ia ho. has. the rawer now to. kill a hu Ijc used. The rows "may he arranged pounds. ' hplne hv cniahlne. 'but It know this tlmo. It Is ridiculous to think of tii nn from two and a half to threo feet charging people money for coming to that ho won't hurt me, for I Uilnk he apart. Tho closer rows havo I lovos the. Ho Is so nlco and affection. Slaughter ' of Birds. i Tour city " found to givo tho largest yields, fho ate. running his head up on my face birds Amer By killing insect-eatinin the row should bo from sli Mils ' Splendid. and in a way almost kissing my check. apart. Us- icans aro robbing posterity am perinches to a foot and a halt "That's a fine looking maid you hare Why, I d hale to part with Billy, and ually tho short distance is used with mitting an annual crop loss of don't Intond to as long as I can keep now, dear." according to William Dutchor, tho email varieties an'dijlha poo? land "Yes. she's a darling.' ana sue came him." and tho maximum dlstanco with tho'' presldcnT of th6 National Association to mo highly recommended.'' One day. not long ago, tho snako es It wo permit large varieties and tho richer land. of Audobon Societies. 'Knows all about tbo latest styles oi ca)ed from Its box and Invaded the Generally two pea's aro planted to tho tho hcrltago of wild birds that still ex-l- maiding. 1 supposer famllyV'tntry. Then thero was a great -t to be further wasted and destroyed, hill. In. early planting cover somenh an far as knowlns the duties commotion, for In his progress about what deeper. It is tho general prac- wo aro robbing our children, declared of a maid goes, I don't supposo sho tho place ho tipped over many pieces of china, and the resulting wreck was tice to shell tho ncaa before plapt-ln- Mr. Dutchor. Tho people, as trustees, known a tiling. something that tho family may remem'But sho camo highly recommended. Good results aro secured by sim- are in honor bound to prcsorvo these ber for somo time. ply breaking the pods, but they do not wild birds for those that follow us. We you saldT" "Yes. she broko tho law or me lasi It was on the same day when rhe big come up as quickly when planted this do not wish our children to feel about war as when shelled beforo planting. us as wo do about our fathers, who man who tried to kiss her ." Houstea fellow was making bis way through tho parlor of tho houso In his courso Plantlnc tho whole nods delays germi- - permitted tho wanton and useless ex PosL of investigation that tha family cat nation and Generally prevents securing Unction of tho bison and the wild pigThe Disturbing Telephone. was n fran s "a stand. It will requirolcon. In the matter of bird legislation "The telcDhono has destroyed all the espied tho "sorpent. Thero es from ono to two bushels of peas in there is no resting place; tho only privacy of society." said the society tic "meow and tho cat madif herthat a prlco of satisfactory bird .protection is girl. "It broaks In on everything. capo through notwlnijow. binco It is .the hull to plant an acre. returned, ami may ba day sho has Frequent shallow cul- - eternal watching of legislatures, for la Nothing Is sacred to It. You Juitivatlon thought that tho fright which tho an unguarded moment an amontliueM saying your prayers. The tcjepnone. Itivation up to the tlmo that thd vines fellno experienced was so great thnt Login to bloom gives tho most satisfac may be passed that will undo tho work Or In tbo midst of your bath. Tho telephone. Or doing up your back hair, sho has gono to live with peoplo who tory results. No special ' precautions of years, or, worst of all, a delightful man may havo uo snakoH. ,aro necessary In tho cultivation of tho bo making love to you, when A Valuable Tree. BURY TREES UY ERROR. crop. After tho blooms begin to apk llnir. The telephono breaks Thcro is a tree In Cbeapsido, Lon off the thread of his theme and he pear tho vines should be disturbed as Mourners' Sing and Pray All Night ''little as possible, though tbo middles don, that may bo described literally as falls to resume It." Over Box of Pear Striplings. may still bo cultivated lightly with tho most expcnslvo of its kind on Warmth and Illumination Needed. .j'any Implement most convenient. earth. If $5 gold pieces filled tho en A ntillnonnhv without heart and a Mncbn.- Ga. A crowd of grlef-stricHarvesting Harvesting should be tlrq trunk and $5 bills fluttered in placo of every ono of tho 'leaves, It faith without intellect aro abstractions en colored peoplo consigned nn assign. gin as soon as a largo per cent of mcnt of lino pear trees to a gravo ut from the truo llfo and being or nnowi-mttv'.tho'peas havo matured. If tho work is would not buy tho torra flrma it ocTho man whom phil Bowllugbroke. thinking thoy wero tho fin d faith. cupies. For tbo land on which it s delayed and unfavorable) weather man whom remains of Tooger Adams, a negro Wood osophy loaves cold, and tbo thoro will bo greater loss from stands, tho northwest corner of real faith docs not Illumine, may uo woman, who was stnbbod by another the .germination of tho. peaa as they strict and Chcapsldo, is worth mil iimt tlm fault ilea in thorn- - negro woninu In Tybee. maturo than will bo compensated for million dollars an aero. Tho trco has solves, not In knowledge and faith. Tho pollco, finding tho dead woman by tho maturity of tho later formed stood on this spot for over 200 years, Tho former is still an alien irora formerly lived In Bowllngbroko, notl whllo its site lias augmented in valua peas. The common .method of har the latter an alien from faith, fled tho mourners that tho rvmalni Hegel. vesting Is to off tar tho row with a to almost fabulous proportions. would bo sent on nu afternoon train When tho box arrived containing tbe tumplpw. Then lift out each Hill sepR08Y AND PLUMP A Variety of Crops. pear trees It had so much tho nppoar- arately with a cround fork, shuklug Good Health from Right Food. aucu of u colllu case thnt tha party It Is profltablo to grow a variety oi .tho bunch to releaso tho adhering took charge. Tho negroes carried the dirt. Two or threo rows aro hunched crops rather than pne, as this gives "It's not a now food to mo," re box to tho homo ut rolatlves nnd sat together and curing Is very much af crops to bo marketed at different a Va, man, in speaking of up. sang and pruyed all night. ter tho order commonly followed in limes of year. This Increases the marked Grapo-Nuts- . Tho word was out that tho body was wlndrowing hay. When a consldora regularity of tho farmer's income and "About twelve montns ago my wife by the woman's us. bio crop is produced they ara shock distributes it over a greater period was In very bad health, could not keep terribly slashed nnd for that reason tho box ed In small shocks around a stick driv This in turn enablos him to do busi anything on her stomach. Tho Doctor sallant opened. At tho was not hour for tha en" In tho ground, making tho shocks ness on a smallor capital. recommended milk half water but it funeral tho colored pastor had his was not sufficiently nourishing. text: "ly their fruits yo shall know "A friend of mine told roe one day them." Pallbearers, mourners and at Judge MacFnrlano of Pittsburg ha Leave apples out In a cool house till and cream. Tho re- teudant8, after tho usual custom decided that a shipper who loses hi It jfoglns to bo cold, "They will koop to try Grapo-Nutsult was really marvelous. My wlfo burled tho poar trcos. , produco while in tho hands of express longer soon regained bcr usual strength and Whon tho noxt passenger train came or railroad companies cannot recover Is as rosy aod plump as when hearing the torpso and tho funeral at When it looks llko rain, draw in foils 16 state tho truo la,jlraages load or' two of. corn for busking on a girl of sixteen. lendanU wure uollrlcd, tjioru was '.alutj'offhn officio shipped, . "These aro plain facts and nothing amazement and surprise. ' Wlnshlr, too big uarn noor. I could say in pralso of Grapo-Nut- s Cahaiilss, a farmor.Toimd .tho "tiilmuke . hen produced In TLtIio American, uvx - ivw jipim-- uuuu up Iin soil would exaggcrato In tbo least the when hu made u sourclt for tuo peat COO,000,i iSiore ''than fiwlsl and 'eggs paper and.co-hothoy will come 'out valuo of this great food." Namo given by Postum Co., Battlo cttxt spring. J " Wedding Notes. Croqk, Mich. Road "The Road to i .i estiTho liridij- - Just think of it. dearest, bettor clean out all surplus stock. In pkgs, "Thero's a Renson." The customs service of China any stock that will nol V.rr read (tie above Itttrrr A TM 50 years from yesterday will be out mates the total population of that Do not winter appear frum lima to III. OD give profit. at 433,211.000. country are aruulur, trut, and full u C IIII1U1 Koldcn umiivtreury. UIIIMI. OiOIOIOSOIOIOiOrOSOSOiOiOjlhrca .to four foot TEN-FOO- FARMING IN Till? i ii vn in nix Farmers ad Merchants I THE B Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. pro-par- o - ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS IJnnn (his Quanntcc we Solicit ti. BUCHANAN, President. II. Buchanan, f That we offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of lecondnry Importanct, a c uii . f Va-rtb- J. A. THOnptfw J. J. DIRECTORS O. Boadursnl, 0. B. Threftsld. J w .. 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IRON I WORK flrfit-clas- ENCIM Davidson &Stubbs mm . ii ...it r r MPLi I nil n IIIUUl i v' -- AT- - k T . n ' pro-vail- dentists! OFFICES: Ulckman, Kjr. Ovor Cowelll's dru Tonsorial . P HI pnu-osoph- jor com:j'- Clinton Street, door - Neit store. Union CItr, buildlDK. Tenn. In C. B. A. J. W. Itoney Cash Book Store Splendid Selection Roney & r Pract'. contrsc's Notarr A s ... Etc, ii OfflOO V h New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, JMotions, Call snd seo our stock. y "" ,.,i.io3 a Ucedii mo".-- -- 1 Well-vllle,- Eterythlog lit WW'- -... unless" OTr MaryBQrendes&Gompany CURTAIN H8NT5? J-OW PATIENT Msny SUFFERING. DOMESTIC REPARTEE, LrcJ ,1.1- . , - Articles PtCoratIvt Borders Give Good Effect to Windows. Women Think Thiy Doomed to Backache. oiling Are It Is Tlirfe la a faahlonabto ilocorntlon f(w cm disease. Tharclsawny iimrn ran- - that should ha helpful to tho woman to end theso troubles -tI num.tvnmjin II X who mint fit short curtnlni to now ... quickly Mrs. John II, windows AUght, COG East First This Is" tho Itton of having deep St,, Mitchell, 8. I)., borders on fabrics of solid J lh y Kt hard says: "I suffered ten l,"t "J ..tats I a It. color. years with kldnoy com fnili-luNew curtains nro made In thla plaint and a doctor told mo I would and jiold nt rtxponilvo prices nt novor get more than temporary relief. t c j r .serially .a. , i al crolla tho shops that tnako a specialty of now A dragging pain nnd Inmeneaa In my things. back almost disabled inc. Ulwy spells A skillful woman enn accomplish tlio came and went and tho kidney secrej bo worked. IIt rrlvet or samu result, but, mind you, stress Is tions wero Irregular. Doan's Kidney ra ndjcctlvo skillful. A Pills troubles and I f . I latter treat-- c- laid upon thohnsn't a clear Idea of feel rid mo ot thesoyears woman who becxirsmebetter than for past." 1 . color and who hain't tho Inborn knack Sold by all dealurs. COc a box. !i li re I IV i Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. r,. to so ftCCJpt of get tine thltiKs right with rclssora mi I craahos. and ncvdlo, should turn tho work over" .1.1 MAKING THE M08T OF IT. charm-w- . to tbo woman who has this power. . j in tJiti Many a seamstress has It whoso work k tnust necescosts llltlo. J r"1'1' 't la a t. Hcpnrato borders ran ho bought at , a'.'y Of iteil-- , n I ' I'ffOCtlYO tho shops with surprising easo by tbo I neaviiy woman who "knows how to root nut (i- - t .' . .icry tho artlstlo thing. They do not coma , k own KenilnK for curtnlna as a rule, but they sorvo admirably. ono Tho foundation color la usually deep j i" :j ' i n fc"" tinted, although soma good patterns J Mini -ta l.i..IIOUIll uo can bo Rulten with tha foundation In Tlieso nro usurhade of each nntural crash tones. fa's c.'si t t. k . .1 mi'hiKl wouiil ally tho best to work on. They go so "Don't bo alarmed. Miss Hash, this entire design. well with almost any ollior over. : r i tr nr.'.:tT thO CffCCt Tho designs on tlieso borders are microscope Is merely to enable mo to a stenciled Egyptian, Ilysnntlnr, or whatever sco what I'm eating!" on. .j nam aulta beat tlieso formal lines In etut.jldcry. c:.1 f A Woman's Threst. 3Sjjf ;'!;a frr tho color vivid colors. (k',"r"Well. If that sln't the llrnlt," mused They, can be put at tha sides, boti boudoir will ureen, oi tom snd top of short, narrow curtains, tho postman, as ho cams down tho t t .atrj steps of a private residence, iU v.h any hue, anil and ono Is surprised at tho effect. "What's tho trouble?" queried the They not, only make an old curtain a i.no tnay ho o")' rx-passing cltlten, who hod overheard tho .;k, f.r a yellow In of use, but they glvo It new character postman's noisy thought dono up In and style. kf 'Ls rix.ra "Why," explained tho man In gray, nowers luto c.n rational shads to Theso borders ran bo used ss a "the woman In that house aays It I plain or plaited valance. This fashion la c.s cr 'le'a the has widely returned tn decorating don't come along earlier she'll get her It rooms, sad althuusli It keeps out light letters from some other carrier." .1 be i se upon linen i-- 3 a rlew to lie to a certain extent. It gives finish to Important to Mothers. :. It t!ch caio you the lop Of tho window. Examlno carefully evory bottlo of Often thn effect, without a valauce, CASTOHIA a safe and sure remedy for :.V e"tJnato sold thread l r:t-- r wor- - wllb. waaa Is bam. Thla la es;eclslly so when Infants and children, and sco that It I:. j far the Remington em tho window Jamb Is deep and wide. Ytfitra thn jy- cJ be rape Silk for tlio There Is another fashion of using Signature borders across tho tops of w vl'h the umo ma t windows and down the sides with In Uso For Over :$0 Years. Tbo Kind You Havo Always Bought. le face nit rmbroltlercd. pane curtains that arc set deep In tzi U tz7 bouJoIr ue, a tho window embrasure against tho Mabel's Wish. Id li 13 fcxi each aquare. glass. Small Mabel Mamma, they soil lit act) back at the linn of cream at a creamery, don't they! Lj. Tt.i R'.Tf a alroplo --X, Mamma Yea, dear. ke S:::h 1 li a llttl Small Mabel If I were to buy tome and tartvli tan at a tannery, mamma, do you think be cade lth butlom and thoy would throw In a few freckles I cr bu'!3nlu;((, and tho I .l tlc!e J with a vlow Accepted with Thanks. jhitlcirM tho pillow may s Some bloodless pessimist with a kii tii daln'r sour face says that kissing will soon lor il'lns room. If dark and bo relegated to the lower classes. Velvet buttons nro popular trimare used, a cord la the tci And, no doubt. It's just good enough mings, Ki betl finlati. Malta aro gigantic In slro and In for them! Cleveland Plain Dealer. ft f . not right for women to bo with backnehc, urinary Ills, headache and other symptoms of kldnoy i. 1 j Mr. Knag- g- Ilcforo you met mo you sold you wouldn't mnrry tho best man In tho world. Mrs. Knagg And you nro tho only ono who thinks that I broko my word. la - -- ii Unique Visiting Card. Mme. Johanna Qadskl has brought to thla country a fad that has become qulto tho rago In Germany, whero It was Introduced by no less a personage than tho crown princess herself. It Is a now form of visiting card, containing not only an elaborately engraved border, but a sllhoucttn of tbo person It represents. Tho custom calls for a design appropriate to tho holder's station. Thus, In Mme. Oardskl's enso tha prima donna's head Is framed In a border of laurel, while a lyro forms tho base of tho design. Tho card Is not only unique but exceedingly pretty and effective. Hts Ftdlgree. Tho calf, which Gideon King bad taken the summer resident to see, surveyed his owner and tho stranger with a wary eye. "Er what breed is your calf?" asked tho visitor. Mr. King removed a wisp of straw from his mouth and said; "That critter's father gored a Justice o' tbo peace, knocked a lightning-roagent end over end, and lifted a tramp over a picket fence; and as for his mother, sho chased tho wholo brass band out o' town last Fourth o July If that ain't breed enough to pay JC for, you can leave him bo. I'm not pressing him on anybody." Youth's Companion. Han-bury 2ae6tum When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? Merc arc two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ilcl Bnnlts, HII.ss. "Wonls nro inndequnto to express what I, (I In 12. PlnUlinm's Vcgetnb1o Compound litis clono for mc. I suffered from a fcinnlo illscnso and weakness which tlio doctors said was caused by a fibroid tumor, and I commenced to think there was no help for mc. Lydla 12. l'lnkhnm's "Vcjrctablo Coin pound nindo mo a well womnn after nil other means had failed. My friends nro all asking what has helped me no much, nnd I Gladly recommend Lydia . l'lnkhnm's Vegetable Com-pound." t1- t'cia j Mrs. AVIlllo 12dwnrds. Hnmpstcnd, Maryland. " Before- taking T,ydla 12. Pinkhnm'fl Vegetable- Compound I was weak nnd nervous, nnd could not bo on my feet half n day without suffering. The doctors told mo I never would bo well without nn operation, but Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound bns done more for mo than all tho doctors, nnd I hope this valuable medicine- may como into tho bands of many moro suffering women." Mrs. Joseph II. Dandy. We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will - it ten-Inc- of&tf aa f Wffiffi v Rather Hard. The messenger entered the palace with the dispatches. "IJrimstone and asphalt!" ejaculated Castro, as be read tho yellow slip. "Holland threatens to spank us." "Well, what of It, your excellency?" responded tho secretary. "Other nations have threatened to do the same." "Yes, but, confound It, this Is a spanking that will hurt. The Dutch wear wooden shoes," prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters are published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. What more proof can any one ask ? For 30 years Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedy for femnlo ills. No sick woman docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Plnkbam invites all sick women' to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Plnkbam, Lynn, Mass. av The Tactful Husband. did you cure your wife ot chattering so much?" "I told her that when her lips were closed they formed a perfect Cupid's bow." Cleveland Leader. "How ably stimulates the liver, corrects eouitiia-tio- n and rrlicTssa tlogcedsvstem. Writs for X. Y. Garfield Tea, the m t ... . The Only Genuine Kkelky Institute in Arkansas. For WHISKEY and DRUG USING lire .' Off III thn year. Squirrel pelts aro In grtst demand for linings. li ft ct" a almllar one, lllnck Is In tho height of fashion for rj ..,nt and dot opera gowns. iv. Many skirts aro untitled, and cling J '' s a.tk or cotton, ac- - as never before. ctw the cut odKO Startling effects In millinery aro i ccwinK orer tho out- - now discouraged. Or."HIt0lO 11UOMO qUl.MKK. fat Cloth top boots again are to bo In Ttullt tJLXATIVR Vv UllOVH. IJmhI lb WorW IN al(ulr of It iio a:d romiuencInK nt vogue. ar.r la Can ft CaM In Oo Lar. r;a ; cut around It, Paris declares that all bats must bo Know what thou canst work at and i -- 4 a outllnfa the dark. Clinging robes aro tho fcaturo of do It like a Hercules. Carlyle. It (ir.'.i c;t to cut tb lice lake Piece Lac. 'ho figure at the cost, OXI.T QUIN1NR" Htrb Laxative, agree- HOT SPRINGS, ARK. A course 01 not springs uams given eacn paueni. Correspondence Confidential. Write for Information. Th "Tonic:" TtttlMQ TJV PH 10niqUean4DerrebnIl4or.slT.Dff ri IrU T;nttAtho worn out MascuUr ana ttrrnffth nd TlUllty to samples. Garfield Tra Co., Brooklyn, Better one dlacreet enemy than two Indiscreet friends. ry. l'ublutxrof urdrnnd doth printing. hulubl KeMogg's Halftones. for print! In newspaper or on itUi paper will uke roar $1.00 Up IVock. A. N. K KLLOatl NKWM'AI'KU 00,IJttU Merrous njfttrui. JCtpeclally Talaabla In llbevraa 1 tra and Malarlft. (JuaranUMl under tn E'uro Vood Or andlJrnitaAct. lYUlteHtlTwentTflTCenta culari Ire. Tut ToxigUK Cow pa sr. ItutUnd, 1 i tc' at tho top cut A Good Tonic Of course, well pcoplo don't need a tonic. But sick people, and especially sick women, frequently do. That feeling of Veakncss, tiredness, or that seems to make every movement or thought an effort, is much moro than merely disagreeable. It is a sign of dangerous weakness, and should bo promptly treated with "Wine of Cardui. Mrs. Annio Vaughan, of Raleigh, N. 0., writes: cannot find words to express my deep gratitude "I lan-guiduc- ss, ' f r' h -- ' ' t" ? - 3(- - eira lace on tho wy nar- nl- - Gold Is a conspicuous ent fashions. nolo In pres- L.se the srani la Many ot tho best coats have detachable fur linings. Dlccrtolrc hat scarfs como In colors to match any hat. For Sick Women 'mrr ng for Mutli. 1 Is tfcat of Pretty Blouses Evolved. Very fetching sepsrato blouses are J' l. very closely jilallod evolved from tho remnants of wldo t( fnr tnuSra. laco ftounclngs Of prominent pattern. c at, brown furs, These aro used fpr tho back and L 'c with auch fronts, tho border edging being arw c for. ::' ranged In V shape over n not foundation and tbo deeply pointed laco caps addlnc -J r- -J for what your wonderful medicine Wine of Cardui did for mo, for I sincerely believe it saved my life. almost "I was sick and wom-ou- t, unto death. My sister finally pcrsua- - j ded mo to take Cardui. Before I had ', taken five (5) bottles, I was well and' strouer." Trv Cardui. 'Twill heln vou. T USS. AH ME VACCHAlt 'Mi draped over tight tilting sleeves of i iffs (hat arc tucked net with laco bands placed i '3 '!.c i,aTo tho Tho high laco collar bns a ' -- TK' mt M of quilled wldodour of uct and fastens under a frill. " u "it i the (jnda black .velvet roactto similar to thosn f" i nivcu. used en street neck ruches. rt-- l en-tr- o Tmryrr XSJU ATTTATJTW UXAimri roPI' Write for tllottrated Book, Itemt Triaimnl fir ll dtscrlblnt lymptom. of Dlieaset and sir. Jnrv.luibloMnUon health, hygiene, diet, medicine, for women. Bent free, pottpeld. Addrett: Laditt AJvuny ?," 64-r- -- 4 Take CARDUI Hla Ides. I sco Mrs. Crlmsonucak for use on rural delivery routes n letter box cas an electric attachment which gives tbo alarm in tha house somo distance away whon mall matter has beon deposited' within by tho carrier. Mr. CrltiiBonlioak Seems to mo it would bo more valuable it it only gave sn alarm whim a hill was deposited lu tho box. lion. Kmil Klanjt, Vienna, Am., ono o( tho world' grratrnt horwjm'ii. ha written to tho niaiiu(,ietiireri: "ril'OHN'S DIS. tho TIS.Ml'P.K COMl'OUM) ha tanJ,M'd remedy for ditteiniier and throat tahlv of Kurope. difrattM (n the ThU uieduiiio ivliir HurM-- of great suffering and nave much money for the owner." fioc nnd tl a lttlr. All dniftiLte. Sl'OUN Mi:i)K AL CO.. Ootlien, lud. o us ay garment Color more Qooit brlohter and latter colon thin in, oilier die. One lOe package colon ill fiber. The de tn cold water better than n other die. You can to Die, Bleacto and Mix Colon. Qulnvy llllnolm. mlhoulrlwlna apart. Writs lor ties booUet-rl- ow MONROE DRUG PUTNAM FADELESS DYES OO., Every missionary society with oyer in year will bov asked to send delegates to tho world confer coco at Edinburgh two years benco. $10,000 Income per Tlio brat remedy for (Irlpp and Cold 1 tha llkkk' l apudlne. Jlelleve jold nchliiK and Curr the Headaches nCCIIMnC CTRDnU mnun utrintiub sorer tlteii to Ue Iruo. Consumption New Book on For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. nUa If. Uquld-Kfrr- cts rs unJ 6o- - at Drue Immedlately-I- O, n'l nnlr Hton-s- . lt s Cleanlni; upsets a house almost ss badly as It does a watch. urii-lliivrlglu-t- l i Alien' I lont; to hand a full cup of happiI uar I iMtl.Iiee.rt l'unilor Th lor IL. (m-i- . 10a t all Druwlu. ness to every human being. son, Dr. l'uy. The secret ot success Is s secret wemen never tell. J Cure It a upwrwKd re cousU. celik Uoodau. uihou. KoutcacM end threat aod It (on dincl la lung tilKbau. llrt ml U iKe trouLle end rnrriily Muhcil lnlcnbr.luSrcond,liofil. i Omu cKJJk 11m i Cur wiui peifett coo&Jnce la iuruntiT powm and (rmlum from oiulte. raamu for Kali vwturr. for AN UNSUUTASSEO REMEDY ! Sail M pat, cloth bound Bidtc. took on anttiiipii TtlU la pilo, tmplt Unvuuo bow eutuumptsoai to eur4 iu your own bom. W rit today, Tbo Hook la W BM FREE TO ALL Croo. YON HERMAN CO. iUMkk Ouvot, rn lutolr ftto YToUr kkkr ui Mil Tabl.u, rera dan I liiZm and It. 10 CUmJuj.II. moar and i.l Okl, IIHU. At all drustUu', 23 cU. nDHDCV uulckrellrfanarur.auriaw. 1rilir O M'.W niWOVKUYl aire ul tulluionlala da' trratui.at Ua. Ikiuk 11. li. UllKSN'b DO.Na. F IKUI 11. ATLAXTA. A. N. K. (19093) 2265. 5 i I . r.i icr u 1.1H m ii jii:' Seises, . com ana handkerchief, made of eiubroldorcd silk. 1 Booouso of thoso uuly, erltily, groy halre. Uao "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. a PRICE, SI.OO, retail. For Courier's V . Tf-Pom- e ufx irclt Lameness in Horses Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's apply at the first signs of stiffness. Liniment on hand-anIt's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves d . One reason why to many girls and bo s, rrrn nnd waine n. loo, are w I der, sting, is because they try so hard to be like somebody; else rather than be content to remaTn himself or Herself in life. In nature you don't ( sec oak posing as a willow, or a black duck as a yellow dog, or a horse as a cow or a lily as a rose, or a lilac as a pecny, or a dog as a limbers up the joints and makes the muscles the soreness cit. Be natural and you'll' be all clastic and pliant. right. Many a girl without the slightest talent for music is ruining a piano wno should be making bonnets will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swolor bread ; and many a boy is studylen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweency, ing for a learned profession whose Price, 50c. and ,i.oo. founder and thrush. proper sphere is the machine shop Dr. Earl S. Slonn, - - Boston, Moss. or the mill ; many a man is splitting Slon' ImmiIc on hnrsea, rattle, atip anil poultry arnt free. up churches who ought to be doing good service in some institution of learning, teaching or working on a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII In Trouble Again. farm, and many a woman is trying Orval Ashby, son of George W. in vain to be a leader of society Ashby, a prominent and trustworthy when she should be a model houseKor terms, location or other Information cnll on or address The Hickman four lor man of Charleston, and the said wife in her own home. . . IT I . lull I, liili.fi Inlnll young man being IfI the bne whom f No,S- I- lOOscres Mississippi river lot torn about a year ago stole $1900 from QUEER THINGS land, 8 miles below lllckmiin. Well fenced, the Mississippi county funds and had bouse, outhouses, etc. 40 acres In The man who talks of "supportcultivation, rest timber, liaises roni Hi to to be made good by his father, has ing" a wife when she fs working lin Bushels corn; 10 to 130 pounds cotton. again gotten into trouble. A few A Rood Investment. fourteen hours a day, Including Sundays ago he forged the name of his W acres land, one mile south of Ho.il day. Clayton. Good (.room bouse, barn, thed uncle ; Homer Lynn, to a check for The man who thinks his wife exists eood well and nnd other 315.00. Before the Mississippi fine young orebard. 1 mile from school for the comfort and convenience of bouse. Owner u anxious to tell and IIS nn County Bank turned down the forged his mother and sisters. ' ncre will get It. Additional Information on check, rhen presented for payment, pplleatlon. The man who provides himself Young Ashby had skipped out, and farm, well Improved-rooNo. with a family and trusts providence dwelling, 1 tenant houses, i large to- according to last reports the officers to provide the family with a home bacco barns, X large stock barns, Fairbanks scales, outbuildings.! well. 1 spring, fenced were searching for him. and something to eat. and Half mile to two churches The man who thinks that women half mile to scbool boue, on rural route Order the Courier today. and telephone line and short dUtance from are angels. two good markets. SO acres In cultivation. An Ideal farm. Adjoining land last year The man who thinks that nobody raid for (AS per acre; this can be bought for but an angel is good enough to be 110 lesson the acre. A number of Improvements In way of orchard, etc. Ifyouwaut his. a bargain, ask for No. 43. The man who can't remember his Jfo. 89 Fine stock farm, in Missiswife's birthday. sippi county. Mo, baa four sets of homes on It, together with other Improvements. 1W The man who thinks a woman is acres cleared, rest In timber 3U) acres pro"fixed for the season" if she has a tected by the new government levee. Owner la cutting five crops of alfalfa ou this new gown. place each year, and the cotton and corn The man who thinks a woman now growing will give you nn Idea of Its fertility, ltents readily for tint nn acre ought to give up a SI ,000 salary Price very reasonable. and work in his kitchen for her Added to the Long List due board &nd a few clothes, and be 44 In West Hickman glad of the chance. No. Nine choice lots facing good residence street. Ivots are 60s, to This Famous Remedy. The man who labors under the del'Ofeet. Will sell one or all to one person. The price we can make you on this property Camden, X.J. "It Is with pleasure lusion that his wife's money belong! will surprise you. Are you paying rent? Then, see us by all means. Information at that I add my testimonial to your the Courier olllce. already long list honing Mint It may to him. No. 45 This lsa bargain lot of nice three-roo- induce others to avail themselves of The man who always leaves his cottages, all located In West Hickman this valuable At present they are bringing $71 each per wife home when he takes his sum annum In rent. There are four of them, on ham's vegetable large level lots. Mxltt) fret. All front on Compound. I suf mer vacation. good street, have cisterns, etc. Will sell separately or collectively, fered from terrible , The man who doesn't know what cash or part rash, nt a price that will make headaches, pain in your swear off paying rent. Our privilege of my back ami right on earth a woman wants with money sale on this property Is limited, and If Inter-etesee us TODAY. siue, was tired nnd when she has a bill at the store. nervous, nnd so No. 4 This U a three-rooresidence In The man who thinks a sick wife West Hickman. Its for sale and we ran weakj could hardly quote you a "sale price" on It. This Is one stand. Lydia !. would feel better if she would "just of the best real estate propositions In this Plnkham's Vegeta part of town. We had rather show them than tell you about It. Cash, or small payble Compound re- get up and stir around." ment. Dont waste time unless Interested. stored me to health Kor either a home or Investment It la worth more money than our price. and made me leel like a new person. THE GIRL OH THE FARM. iiiuv. No. 4A Two. lots one mile below Hlrkinnn linn i l niiiin u i ti ii i a iiii iu j Mrs. W. 1. Valkstine, 003 Lincoln nt the old ferry landing. VU111 feet, (iood three-rooThe farmer's girl does not gen bouae, stable, well. Tnkes big Avenue, Camden, water to overflow. Iio you want a bargain? nnnliiier. Me. "I was a irreat suf. e rally realize the advantages she This Is your chime. ferer from a female disease. The doc tor said I would have to go to tne has for self improvement, over the Encouraging word has been re- hospital for an oieratlon, but Lydia K. society girl, or those situated in othllnkhain'B Vccctable Compound com ceived from Miss Bessie Willey, of pletely cured me In three months." er positions of life. Tin freedom Oakton, who has been in Deaconness JtltS 6. A. W1LLIA3IS, It. X. V.JiO. 14, and independence of farm life afford lJox 39, Gardiner lie. Hospital in Louisville since Tuesllecause your case is a dlfllcult one, opportunities for study which, if day before Christmas. On that day doctors havinir done vou no good. rightly employed, would develop do not continue to sufTer without sKSdJremoved a tumor that giving Lydia E. rinkham's vegetable our farmers girls into the profescured weighed about 19 pounds Dr. V. Comiwunda trial it surely has us in- sional women workers of our time. many cases of female ills, Much D. Berry being the operating sur- flammation, ulceration, displacements, How is it girls, and especially you geon, and the operation was a com- fibroid tumors, irregularities. ierlodIo girls on the farm, that we hear so minx, backache, that benriuiMlown plete success. Clinton Gazette. feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner- often of the "self made man" (and vous prostration. It costs but a trifle The Courier and the weekly Comme- to try it, and the result is worth mil most of our great men are of that rcial-Appeal one year for SI 25. Uous to many auuermi; women. class) , and so little' of the self mads Our farmer boys become woman? great lawyers and statesmen, etc., have you not the same opportunities as they? The girl who has been 1! raised on the farm, and has aspirations to any of the professions, generally conceives the idea that she Now is the timo to fill your bin with must get away from the farm to do GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH her studying, at the very first Jump, Do not be too hasty in leaving the farm, where you can keep such perfect health, which is the great requisite to a brilliant mind. And, first of all, before you aspire to any professional work, learn your duties as a housekeeper. Ilousehould work You wilt not interfere with study. Wo Handle require exercise, and there is uone better than keeping a farm house. And If you do not wish to take up any profession, study will not haTm Will have plenty of Pittsburgh Coal you j make the most of the talents as soon as Ohio river boats can run nature has given you, and when the happy fellow is met your happiness will hot regret the time, you considered wasted in study. Do not be Incorporated too hasty in running your neck into the matrimonial noose. If you from choice should remain single (do not Sloan's Liniment I Farms For Sale ,..... ........ lll, 1 1 1 I 1 (Ire-roo- els-ter- n, Srt-oc- cross-fence- MORE e P1NKHAM CURES city property: m s Cold Weather Is Coming -- Coal and TRADE & WATER fear that you will have to from ne You will find plenty of LEATHERY work to do, plenty of burdens to lighten, and plenty of loveless ones upon whom to lavish the wealth of 8CA OIVC9 UP ONE OF ITS RARE your charitable affections. - He asAND STRANQE 8PGCIMCN8. sured that true happiness Is not found in living for one's self alone. Upon the Caught Olant Crtature Do your best, mitk; the most of Wtlth Coast li the Fifth Specithe material at hand, and at the men of the Kind to Come close of life's journey you will enjoy Into Man's Poaimlon. that peace, the knowledge of a well One of Hut rnrc miiiiifiIith nt the spent life alone can give, sen la Hit' leathery turtle, mid tliore linn recently been rnptnroil iiKin Perhaps it is true, there never was llio Welnli must uff I'wllhetl the fifth xcliiien of tliu kind. Iteniril Iidm It a garment too fine (or a man 'or a Hint two npfflmeni of the leathery maid ; there never was a chair too turtle were cnuclit In imickere! nets good for a cobbler or a cooper or a off the roust of Cornwall In tho summer of 17SC. A third was tnken a king to sit in ; never a house too fine little Inter nn tho count of IKirnt't-shirto shelter the human head. But and Is still preserved In Mlid often times do we not value all Natural History museum at !ondon. and a fourth win cntistht Iu HrldlliiK' these things far more than they are ton bay. Yorkshire, In 187). worth and sometimes mortgage a The Inst capture was made by flare house for the mahogany we bring ertuen who towed the monster creative allvo Into the harbor of I'wllhell, Into it? Had we not better forego (ho slftht being wltnmiRcd by hundreds the pleasure of all these than con- of endo. It whs it female mid was sume ourselves before we get a place found to measure seven feel In a "trulKht lino. Th.s monster of the. we can call home, and take so much ilixiji wna !iIimn at Onco to the pains with the outside that the in- Natural History museum and Is now side is as hollow as an empty nut. heliiK lirepared as n skeleton for exhibition. Beauty is a great thing, but beauty The circumstances lindor whlrh tho of garment and house and furniture rapture wan effected aro as follows: of are tawdry ornaments compared At the mouth of the linrlmr bay.the stnnd of l'wllliell, Cardigan All the love. with domestice rock known ns ilie'dlnitilct." elegance in the world will not make In the vicinity of which thetn exists a horns, and a spoonful of love ex a natural cove, formltiR nn anchorage for tho fishing fleet which contributes ceeds a whole ship load of furniture to the IndiiKlry of tho IxmiiiBh, known and all the gorgeousness the world as "Ticyn Hrwyn " 11 wnn In tho neighborhood of this covo that one ot can gather. tho local fishermen beheld n Kjrnuge-lookinmonster banking In the sun Now we want to say something to one morning, lie, naturally curious. husband. These dear aggravating, Immediately g.ivo chase; but the monster managed to eludo his pursuer nnd indispensable creatures that there is to find tomiMirnry safety In tho water, hardly any living with or without. which gradually ileeH'tis at this sot. If your wife or daughter has been Nothing ilutinted. however, several folgallant fishermen Immediately bending over the hot stove, and a lowed In tho wake of their prey, at sewing machine all day, she needs the same time taking care that no to to ride out in a vehicle or horseback. opportunity should be afforded llhey escape tu the ocn sea Finally Don't think we are a fit subject for sucrci-deIn driving It to the Inner a lunatic asylum if we tell you to harbor? which extends over nn area stop a horse out of "the crap" and take her, or let her go by herself if she is not afraid. There is no more sense in intemperate work than intemperate rest. You may have to stop longer than an hour to go for a docBBBBBBBMBBBBBErBBBBBBBBarBBBBBBBBTH tor, and work longer to pay the bill SBSSltHaMrRltjASBSBSBSSaSBKW You will be sorry some day when those tired hands hold white flowers under a pall that you did not look TssasaEfis? ' more after her health and comfort If she thinks it is too much trouble, n prerogative and use your make her. You will find that it is the cheapest way to keep a cook Head of Leathery Turtle. that will not die on your hands right in the busiest time of the year. approaching half it square mile, with And for good luck's sake don't get an Island recently formed ubout Its up Sunday morning and walk around center After considerable difficulty nnd careful maneuvering, a lasso was over the crop until she gets the successfully secured around the head house.iii order and then come in and nnd huge flippers ot the turtle, and begun. The lasso change your clothting all over the then the , ropo was secured to four house and leave your muddy shoes each containing three men, and the and soiled linen scattered around victim, finding Itself In durance vile, everywhere, and then go and sit on made frantic efforts to escape, with the result that tho four boats nnd men the porch and read politics and re were treated to an unazKctcd tow fuse to carry her to church. If you round nnd round the (liner harbor In do, don't blame anyone but yourself a manner which would have dona Permotor. credit to n if you have the "crossest.wife in the ceiving that tho monster showed no Hlgns of fatigue, it was with consider world." nblo difficulty made fniit to an anFOR SALE Pair all p u r p o s e chored buoy, and the way In which It Itself, plainly showing horses on 12 months time lien on dlsiorted proportions, was u sight Its enormous to team and other stock or personal se- bo remembered, and nnturnlly drew curity. Apply at this office or R. hundreds of spectators from far nnd Jl-2- c R. Rogers. near to witness the unprecedented Literary Circle will give a spectacle. The It In believed. In tho light of the musical at the Lyric, Friday night, original evolutionary Jan. 22, for benefit of Carnegie condition out theory, thatu tho of which tortoise General admission 25c, turtle was evolved approximated or Library. t reserved seats JGc. that exemplified by the existing leathery turtle, and Hint the dermal REX King of all cool drinks ossltlcutlons becamo gradually fused Cowgill's. with the bones or the Internal skeleton, and tho animal has tliereforo becu regarded as an archaic type. The leathery turtle Is n pelagic animal, of world-widdistribution According to Agassis, It used to bo seen at all seasons ubout the but, so far as I can nscortaln, It Is now very rnro there as elsewhere Sped mens have been obtained In the Mediterranean, on the wet coast of Iliittnny. on tho coast of Ilrnzll, ut tho of Good Hope, of There is one thing that will Cape1'erslau gulf, ou at the mouth Intho coasts of the cure It -- Aycr's Hair Vigor. dia und Ihmua, in Japan, on tho coasts It Is a regular of AiiHtrulIu and Now Zealand and on the coast of Chill, but always either In It quickly destroys the germs single) examples, or, exceptionally, In cessity). TURTLE Fulton Count y Hesnlnr t. tt flphrAlll( sllitl lljf llintiiMon. K. K,.w KIM otlirro vn Knwn, snwlnl minim., ill. wltliloiMi.i . rra-iun-r Court ,,, I Of lin; nil I Dins' mi It line l iti-ti- center nf . eenler nf sr. i llinrterserii.. Iiic Imlliiif n,. i mill Willi 7" Itnnil IiiM. h lllrkiiilui. ti,. Melleriiiiill .n 1, i ln)ililit. I..I.. Hi- air- i li. i a. , ' II t r. ' tliMlrr ewitemf tilnepl In run, tnkliis! In lin o lin. i erirctinii t I'M k, tfaMire In plm Wallnee nn.l k erllllei t nml e selioil tiiin.i i, nm i. lin iwrt nf nl, mjers, b tni lllrkiiisn Nn vmjrt Ivlntr " J.T. Mit Hh. ,, he Is hrrt-liiih-h.-I itn.i ' , rtlHre.l srhlH.i iimh, mi llilinlu, tin- eetmis nf - liLtrlrt. nn.l tj HnrTiiii.,, I SKllI HI . nl...,r I, tin- ti l Ih within Hi, enloreil iwrx, nil rnohrnlnri efjttierr,.liin tin nt llllHilnil il.ill,, to Slnlr mi, i jl urnili.l t. i . i 'rtweiitTi.ii. i nf e.lrl,fn.liii r tli.-i sfliiNil Mia-tlnwlllnlMi n n I t tr tmMil sis tula fur it . nienrs ntthi.i this fiHirl nf i Vat ilnr mt, in, W. A K 'hi - . Attest with IjK'AI l imjI llir Is ii bloat nr i imler to nmlles. Hall a ternnlly. nn.l n IIIWtMtS uf. 4 HIUfHklllrlli the I Wat jilij., , i- t bt unarrn Unnot , aihI la l nf til tarsi tlie lit-s- t hliaaj r the muriHis tv 'n. ; tlon nf the siirh wonUrir, NrlHt fnr Iratlln u .1 V. J. I i li I d Tk. Il.lls K.u. $- SnMl.J-l.i- l llff J I.. M, - PHHET TI $$$ IF YOU HAVfc MOXQ TO BIRN Veto it in the be burneJ, i if you wa- -' ?sBPw' Ut tj "V- ts"tt t i safely alwaj r a. mi - God-give- bi ac I w I it -s II A ' j:-- i give r row-boats- buitness c tno rnmrT, tige you ha- -r. t -r uetorc. it our books, we w T - J i " .r ' -- I -- i " Jitw- -- ...It I, I. V ll..r V L.JSft- year 1909. high-powe- r it II lllil' i 1 ll 1 t! IM " 4 Cottage Moid... Hi by the day or fortable rooms For that Dandruff scalp-medicine. e Reasonable rW"! laBBmtjiaVStaT,rlll sN . 1AH 9 ill flJQ d I ' X which cause this disease. BON AIR Hickman Ice Coal Co The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy. The dandruff disappears, had' to disappear. A healthy scalp means a great deal to you -- healthy hair, no piniples.no eruptions. The bust klud ot a testimonial -"Sola for over sixty yssrs." pairs. Last Warning. All parties owing city taxes for 1908 will save cost of advertising and garnisheelng by settling AT ONCE. Tom Dillon, Jr., C. T. C, Phone rnc an call tor your s.- THE 0. 13 K. dan-drufT.- no ' if BEST a. .,-r- Ftione HXTo. 43 Atiersi l U ir.p Cs.. Low. II. vusuuvturtrs t Ilui. 7 SAaSAI'AUILLA. HIS, pictosau New line of samples for spring and summer suits just received, Vf FRA1NN Prettiest you ever saw. Threlkeld dc Schmidt, n- A