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The Hickman courier: January 28, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909012801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: January 28, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ICKMAN .1 IS ONLY TOWN IN THE U. S. WITH OVt 4000 POPULATION THAT HAS NO ARO LAMPS A BLUE MARE HERE i f Dl THE HieKMAN COURIER. He Team that meant that roar bat expired. Kcdsw promptly if you want the pa per to soma to 70a after tbli month Palls the Communis! Wagon up the Hill of Success, HICKMAN, The Courier haa a Bpankin' Good Team. Crease the Ixles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE TOtUMI. Idiitw" w " IEMTD0ET FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909. ESTABLISHED HO. 2434 IB THE TEAK 1MB Laces Lvely showing of the r,ewr:l thugi m laces, exquisit iu.g J tfcat are a delight to A i. -- it Wash Goods For Every Day Use Red Sral Ginghams in dainty colorings, checks, corded effects and stripes, worth 12 c 15c, now 12 Ginghams now.. .. 10c Full yard wide 12 L2r Percales, beautiful designs 10c A full line of the newest things in Prints. l-- 1U thawing Ii composed ji-- f r'-- J ill L. e r lie designs as well ai at the Lion City r e w.rit IT BEGINS SATURDAYS AND LASTS THROUGH NEXT WEEK Our Annual Showing of the New Spring Lines of Muslin Underwear, Linens, White Goods, Embroideries Laces And Kindred Kinds of Merchandise This is an event that many Hickman Women look forward to every Januarywomen who know from experience that in this store has been gathered a collection of White Fabrics of all kinds, far greater than is shown in any other store in the town. They have learned too what is more important, that the prices we offer are not the result of sacrificing quality. Other departments of this store offer their share of bargains to make the occasion a worthy one for bargain seekers to attend. Buy the material now at reduced prices for your Spring sewing and do the work doing the month of February. White Wash Fabrics Beautiful sheer white goods, something rev Flax on plain and stripes, 35c grade at . All New Elegant Embroideries eries, Edgings, Insertions, Medallins, All Brand New Covers, Embroideries, etc. This Is an opportunity to get your Spring supplies at a substantial saving and be absolutely sure of the worth and quality. Fine white Madras in stripes and small, figured designs worth 35c reduced ' No one can afford to miss our showings of Embroideries, the most atttractive collection we have ever secured. The collection consists of Nainsook, Swiss and Cambric Embroid- Flouncings, Corset - - ' ;25c to...25c a beautiful worth Fe White figured Mercerised English waist-irg- s in light quality, worth 25c and 35c, Sale Mirette walsting, silk effects Hamburg, Edging, scolloped edging with headings, 5 qualities at 3c Beadings, Seamings, usually 12 15c yd at H and frabric at India Linen, in a perfect 12 1.2 at finish, 30c 10c Nainsook and Cambric Skirt Flouncing, handsome Swiss and Nainsook, Insertion worth 35c a yd 30c Baby Insert Fronts and Insertion beautiful designs in roses, butterflies leaves and fern designs from to 25c 25c 12 wrrth yd bolt Sheer 5c per yd at Ideal English Nainsook for children wear, 12j-ic 10c Linene very serviceable . lScoods at Beautiful Dimities in pretty sheer checks for dresees and waists at -to 25c 10 Wide Swiss and Nainsook, Insertions, Swiss Edging, Ribbed Gallons and Beadings at 25c and 40c a yd for 25c 50c $2.50 $2.00 All over Embroideries, Patterns at a yd large and small 5Qo to Bed Furnishings in the White Sale NEW UNDER MUSLINS ft Lace Curtains Just a short while before Spring and you should be thinking about your curtain needs. We now pi re vou an opDTtunity. to supply those needs at a liberal saving. 50c and 60c Lace Curtains at 85c 75c " $1.00 " $1 25 $1.75 and $1.50 Lace $$2.25 and $2.50 A few odds add ends worth from $3.50 to $5 to close out 42c 65c 79c 98c This is the time to get bed furnishings. The wise housekeeper will buy liberally from the offerings and. view her outlay as an investment. i VI ft January sale of Muslin Underwear WuO Mohawk sheets worth 51.00, sale price 75c 81x90 Hemstitched Mohawk sheets worth $1.10, sale price....89c 12 1.2c Pillow slipes, good bleached muslin, sale price 10c 1c Pillow slips, good quality wide hem 15c A'lantic Pillow tubing worth 20c, sale price 16c $125 1.98 $1 48 Household Linens thance to save by buying now. ' c Table Linen at 2fic 0r 48c A nealness and goodness figure prominently, hlle pretllntss, of SMuslin Undtrtvear nve offer is new and perfect, Ihe kind you rftant. TIT HAVE TRIED h make this the most successful yy dalntlnesss, Corset Covers Drawers In the history of , our store and Ihe real key note. Ebery piece ecomony is G. D. Corsets Skirts Made of cambric, cut ill ample widths and lengths, variously finished with tucks ruffles and lace and ribbon ' insertions. 48c 60c Skirts sale price 69c " 85c 98c 1.25 " 1.60 " ....1.39 2.00 " " .. 1.79 ' ..,2.69 3.00 Gowns Many styles, made of fine nainsook and cambric, with or without Vishape neck, simply or elaborately trimmed. 48c 60c Gown, sale price 69c 85c 98c 1.25 ' " ....1.39 1.60 ....1.48 1.75 " ...1.78 2.00 5r 51 5r $1 51 K) S " ii Napkins ii 6Gc 03C at ."1.1"!. 65c 79C " "1.98c EXTRA SPECIAL in buying this wek a drummers sample of towels at a discount of 33 We offer off. them to you at the same, saving. 1- -3 Between these two prices are Corset Covers of every degree of fineness and more or less elaborately trimmed with laces, embroideries and ribbons. 25c Corset Covers " 40c " 60c " " 85c 1.25 i M Women's Drawers, all grades, made of nainsook and cambric, plain or neatly trimmed with lace, embroideries and ribbons. 25c Drawers now 40c " 60c " 85c 1.25 " 19c 29c 48c 59c 98c This is an important section of our store at all times, but particularly so just now. We have just received the newest seasons models in the celebrated "Jus-tirte- " corsets. We have garments designed for all figures and suitable for all kinds of wear. Prices $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 We were fortunate " 19c 29c 48c 59c 98c 10 r ' By buying now you 3r white Cotton Blankets, .mil i Blankets at Sale Prices get them at cost sale price ' . '7S 11,4 11-- 45c re- - CLOAKS 'iured, whUe Collon Blankets to , an diJ early in the You need these 8a'men,s now as much 35 at the low prices we are making it will pay you to buy for next winter. CHiOAliS yu "as" r Lad'e8 She" Odds and Ends in Dorothy Dodd Shees, worth S3 to $4, at 2 1 all wool 4 Blankets reduced 1.25 4 25 Cloads that sold for 7.50 to 17.50, all colors and styles tnat will be good ntxl win,er' reduced ,0 C,0SC t0 rr . ti tn Another lot worth from $2 to $3, to close.... 48 1.98 'P 98c 1,2ff' 1,48 BUY NOW FOR YOUR SPRING SEWING SPECIAL OFFER '- -r. 35c SMITH & AMBERG tl THE HICKMAN COURIER Dsw' YAITING AT THE DOOR FOR STATEHOOD CAUQMT. Cover. Wsttsrn Kentucky Llks the ROUND ABOUT THE STATE 4 Whnt Is Golntl on In Different r W. OsSPXER nnd J. 0. SEXTON, Edltori and Proprietors. Sections of .Kentucky. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR cash im advance. Entered at tba Hickman, Kentucky, postofflce as second-clas- s mall matter. TAFTDISLIKESREFEREE PLAN Shake-TJ- p of Presidential Appointees Is Ltkoly. Augusta, Ga. President-elec- t Taft has derided to discontinue In his adminis tration the referee system of distribut Ins federal patronage in the South. This step in his efforts to spread lie publican Inn in (he .Southern State lias been prosged by hi peeehcs since ho rniiiu to Aisgustj,'nsid now the men uho hare talked with him cm the subject mv hit mind in fully rnnde up. I'ndcr the operation 6f the referee sy tcm two or three men In oath State have constituted themselves a committee to decide who should get the federal nv pomtnrrnts in their commonwealth On ing to the political remoteness of the South the government at Washington has been aivustomcd to take these men's NO MONEY FOR GARDEN SEED recommendation ns final and conclusive and to make the appointments accord But an Appropriation of $12,000 ing to their recommendations. for President's Autos. What npency Mr. Tnft will use to Washington. The urcent deficiency take the place, of the referees cannot be appropriation bill was passed by the stated at this time. house Tuesday. The item of $12,000 for tho purchase hnd maintenance of auto PACIFIC COAST UNPROTECTED mobiles for Die use of the president caused some discussion. General Staff Makes Sensational Re Representative Heflin. Alabama. port to Congress. posed adding an appropriation of $30,000 Washington. The California coast Is for the distribution of seeds bv the am-iat the mercy of n foreign foe, nccord cultural department. A point of order Ing to the report niada to Congress by gainst tins amendment was sustained. the army general staff. No more con This proceedings resulted in a debate indorsement of the appeal for vincing which Representatives Mann, Illinois. the Jwittleship fleet to Pacific waters in and Tuwney, Minnesota, argued against Ihis Jiyur of a crisis in our affairs with the amendment. Japan could tare been forthcoming. Representative Candler. Mississippi. Japan is not named in this report of claimed that there was a deficiency in the general staff, which primarily has me lor the purchase of seeds avail to do with the defense of San Pedro able lunus distribution. for harbor. The omission of the names Mr. Candler said that congress should makes what follows all the more sinippropriate, nroncv for seeds fur the ister. It illustrates anew the-- extreme farmers rather than $12,000 for automo delicacy of the situation. Says this re- biles for the president. port and the point which it makes of The bill was then passed. the absence of effective naval opposition Is not to be overlooked: NO ANTI-JA- P LAWS TO PASS "Recent study discloses the fact there was no effective naval opposition, a certain Orietnal power California Will Respect Wishes of could within a month of the time its the Government. hostile intentions began to he even Cal. According to a Sacramento, strongly suspected (a formal declaration statement by Oov. Gillctt, there will be of war would no doubt come later, a no legislation against the Japanese at good deal later) land on our coast an" this session of the legislature. The gov'expedition of an estimated maximum of ernor authorired the following: about 100,000 men, and that such a After conferring with the leading force could be augmented by the end of members of both branches of tho legistwo months to a total of possibly lature, I am convinced that no legislaThe rase with which San Pedro tion directed against the Japanese will harbor, unfortified, and through it the be enacted. I am satisfied that the peoentire Los 'Angeles country, could be ple of California, and particularly the stiicd Is apparent." members of our legislature, appreciate the efforts being made by the federal NOT AFRAID TO GO TO JAIL government and the representatives of Japan to slop immigration to this coun Labor Men Will Not Take Sack One try of Japanese laborers, skilled aud un skilled. Word Tittered About Judge. "There can be no doubt that the Jap Washington. "We have not asked and will not ask for clemency, ond we hope anese government Is acting absolutely in our friends will not urge us to pursue good faith, in its endeavor to prevent its such a course. Loving liberty as freo people emigrating to pur country, aud In men do ns we do it cannot be difficult my judgment it would be a serious miv to appreciate what incarceration in a take while they are so doing to enact any prison would mean to us. To ask par- laws directed against the Japanese." don would render useless all the trial and sacrifices which our men of labor JOHN.D. OPENS HIS TILL. and our friends in all walks of life have endured that the rights and liberties of Gives Another Million to the Uni our press might be restored. versity of Chicago. Such a pardon would only leave the Chicago. John I). Rockefeller, Jr., whole caso in confusion and it would ves out the news that his father had have to be fought oxer ugain from the given another $1,000,000 to Uses- Univer- beginning." ty of Chicago, which ho founded with This is some of the language used lu coniriouison oi $3,uuu,uou in 1VJI. a remarkable statement signed by Gymp-erThis gift makes a total of $22,000,000 Mitchell and Morrison, in the current that the Stundard Oil magnate has given number of the American Fcderationist, protest against the action of to the great Institution of learning. In in formal Justice Wright in sentencing; thorn to addition to this, he has promised to give imprisonment for contempt of court in $3 for every $1 raised elsewhere for tho the Mucks Stove and Range case, Decem- Harper Memorial Library, up to the amount of $G00,00O. Dr. Thomas W. ber 23. Goodtpeed, auditor of the university, said JUDGES GET MORE SALARY tonight that the $200,000 would be on hand before tho end of the week, thus Circuit Judges to Receive $0,000 inning another $000,000 from the unl- ersity's good fairy in Jfcw York. and District Judges $8,000. A debate on the proWashington. WILL HELP LIBERIA. priety of Iisoreiuing salaries of federal, circuit and district judges consumed President Favors Sending Commission nearly the entire time of the senate toers to Assist Republic. day, with the result that tho compensaWashington. President Roosevelt has circuit judges tions of the twenty-nintransmitted to congress with his apwere increased from $7,000 to $0,000, proval a letter from Secretary of Stato nnd that of tho St district judges from Root, asking that authority be git en for $0,000 to $8,000. the appointment of a commission to go Senator Jlorah, wh6 had offered amend- to Liberia and ments reducing the- increases of salary strengthening itsassist that republic in hold on the reins of recommended by the committee on ap- government. The president asks for an declared that tho action of propriations, pproprlation of $20,000 for the pay. the senate In increasing the salary of ment of the expenses of the commission. the president to $100,000 was a violation of the spirit of the constitution and PLAN UNIQUE TRAIN SERVICE. would never have been taken before or during the reovnt political campaign. Through Train to Run from Galveston to Seattle. Nurse Clings to His Foot. is announced Fort Cuicagp.In a, delirious frenty Jlike that theWorth, Tex. Itwill put on the Hill interests Saimya, a patient at a Hammond (hid.) longest through train service in the hospital, tried to leap through an open orld June 1, The train will run from floor of the window on the fourth Galveston to Seattle direct, aud passen building. Just as he reached tho win gers will not bo required to chango cars dow, Sister llernardo, his nurse, caught t any tlmo. The train will run over The man fell him by one foot. the Texas and l'ecos Valley, Fort Worth but the sister braivd herself and Denver. Colorado aud Southern and BL'slnst the wall and successfully the Great Northern, The trip will likely the shock. She clung to the pa. require Use days. rescuers arrived. tlwit's fwt usttil g 300,-000. s, e out-warwith-rtoo- d WATERS-PERC- E NOT BROKE Period of Cross Earnings During Litigation $3,000,000. Austin, Tex. While tho State of Texas has secured a very large In getting upward of one million, six hundred thousand dollars out of the Wa Oil Company, the company lias more than represented that amount In its business receipts. During the period of litigation, repre senting some twenty-onmonths, the company has retched approximately three million dollars in gross earnings, according to reports on file In the' State comptroller's office. Taxes amounting to about $00,000 are due on this, nnd will have to be paid by the receiver. That being done, hoirCver, the earning of the company will still be suflUlent to liquidate the court's judgment, pay op erating expenses and lease a surplus tnat will resert to the stockholders.- tcrs-I'ierc- e e SALARY INCREASE ALLOWED si President Gets $100,000; Vice-Predent and Speaker $10,000. Washington. The salary of the presldent of the United States was Tuesday fixed at $100,000 per annum, so far as tho senate could fix it, and salaries of the iind the speaker of the house of representatives at $11,000 each. The salary of the chief justice of the supreme court of the United States was Increased from $13,000 to $15,000"'p?r annum, aud those of associate justices from $12,300 to $M,500. These changes were made as amendments to the legis lative, executive and judicial npprnpria-tiobills and after an extended debate. Amendments allowing $5,000 to the vice- president and the eakcr of the house for horses and carriages were stricken from the bill. Senator Warren, in charge of the bill, stated that the executive committee had accepted the action of the senate Its the salary of th" seaker at $15,000 as significant of its desire to give a simbut they ilar salary to the did not take the view that the committee's contention fasoring a salary of $100,00 for the president was affected by it. fix-in- g Lotilsvllf!, Ky. At n meeting of tho I'nlon Tobacco Society, which will bt held here on January 21, steps will Wars on Contagions. Superintendent of Public Instruction bo taken to outline the ixillcy of this Orablse hns prepared a bulletin on central governing body for nil tobacco "Health nnd Disease," In which he growers' organizations. calls attention to tho prevalence nf Louisville, Ky. An Increase of $113,. smallpox nnd typhoid fever, and ap !70 In the estimated operating revepeals to nohool officials to nues of tho Nashville railwith him to prevent their spread. road Is shown by comparative statistics Issued by Comptroller Chat. HarTelephone Company Appeals. Tho question whether or not It Is den. Tho total gain for the first two necessary to file n pardon for an In weeks of tho month la $139,230. dlctmsnt In tho circuit court will be Ky. T. Sidney Ander-son-, Owentboro tested In tho court of appeals by tho president of tho Daviess County Howling Green Homo Telephone1 Co. which was fined ll.SOO for falling to Hsnk nnd Trust Co., was convicted of swearing falsely to a statement as to report to be assessed for taxes. the condition nf his Institution and sentenced to threo years In the peniTroops To Act At Escort. Charles E. Miner, representative of tentiary. Motion for new trial was Robert J Collier, of tho Lincoln Kami made. association, had n conference with Newport. Ky. Tho Cincinnati fins Acting Gov. William II. Cos regard Transportation Co. was made tho deIng the furnishing of state troops for patrol duty and a squad of cavalry to fendant in another Injunction suit In Newport (Ky.) circuit court to prevent act as escort for President Roosevelt the construction of tho natural cat pipe line, Tho plaintiff is lmls Park, Will Ask Fee a Soeelal Hesrlno The stato r.irlnc commission will and the allegations aro similar to nsk for a special hearing In their suit those made In former tut. against the Latonla Jockey club to Islington. Ky A sensation was prevent bookmaklng and test the which prohibits all created here when It becamo known law. rorms or gambling except tho ran that former State Senstor Charles J lironston had filed In the Fayette cir mutucls pools. cuit oo'irt n etltlon for divorce from his wife formerly Miss Hollo Wisdom Tax on Capital Stock. of Paducah, on tho ground of aban Distillers who take out a wholesale donment. ' liquor dealer's license are required to pay d tax of 30 cents on each $1,000 Paducnh. Ky. In nr. amended pctl of their authorized stock, represented by property owned nnd business; Hon, reciting that the Planters' Pro transacted In this state. Is the opinion tective association Is no longer a mil tunl pool, but a prlvato corporation of Assistant Atty.-Gcn- . Locked. designed to acquire a monopoly ot the dark tobacco trade, nnd that It Is In Much Surprise Expressed. Much surprise ts expressed at tho solvent, additional charges of mis Wa! action of the Lincoln centenary com management are made by Ix-mlttee In deciding that tho "popuhr tors, of this county, who Is suing for demonstration" should be In May, a receiver for (he association. when Mr. Toft visits the Lincoln Kr. Tho Htommlnc Henderson. farm. Instead of In February, at the District association rioted two sales dedication by President Roosevelt. whereby It sells to John II. Hodre. Regie burer. 6.000.000 Mounds of to Inspector Thatcher Makes Report, Stato Inspector and Examiner bacco, and another million pounds to Thatcher submitted reports of circuit the Gallaher Co.. IndenomlnsL at an clerk's office of lxs;an county, I10S averagtj of 8 cents, looses delivery delinquent, paid; Todd county, delln from the waxon. This makes annrox- quent $36. paid: Daviess county, de traately 2S.000.000 pounds sold by the linquent Hfil.XO. paid; Warren coun association, leaving about 7.000.000 jet unsold. ty, delinquent JCC.C0, paid. CAPITAL NOTES. pell fish." "ill Rlvo you a J " "Cad." - J oj "That nln't fish" "What Is It, then' ' Grows Only In Four Stit tography, tho man."'., and In cortoln mfu Hons, Is produced only four states ef h t Igan, Ohio. Ponnsv Virginia. Last ,ars -, -- . yuunm, . 4 7? . " . u a . 1 ,J V t -- The PiuA.il. Millions of suffinng f oVi-- ,, In Dr. Mitchell's f.m uu blessing. Iloject lhotff.-it-t- o tell a drug for your c - ell's Kyo 8alro Is a 1 f, i, remedy to bo nppllrj t Mas cures without entering ro t eJJ everywhere Prlco la c r's," i men's occupations, frca r. ance." "Ves, Jones can Ho ra- i(d iccior ns lar as 110 can tts La.' Detroit Ftco Prist. Good Judge of Human Nitun, vui-tsa caa ; f (,j r For Headache Try Hleks' Cipu'n Wbsther from CoMs, It v 8 , Nsrvous troubles, Itm ndlsveU t.r Cpu.ltnc 22 nt to ttr..T.tij sis Ufcv-KRt- Nts Is' ,,T.J j Many & man hat lost h'j r.) by having It engraved ca Hi Im ot his umbrella. fii.i-- s c;t"itr.ti in n th 11 tut. I to II 4.) A o tr nvon ittsaJM be good detective anility as a shadow tri;t !;ltcfU MORE PIMHA1I CURES Dank Sues To Reeover. A v ROOSEVELT TO PUSH several Protestant churches In Isling ton, have launched a crusade against Added iotlic Long List due what they term "unscrlptural divorce. At their meeting they adopted a reso- to This Famous Remedy. lution announcing "that we will not CaHiden. "ItiswithPleici solomnlxe any marriage In which wo that I add NJ. testimonial to yea my know that either the bride or bride already long list hoping that It em Ky. Heavy Lexington, rains groom has been divorced, except on Induce others to avail tlit rzvlrri A throughout tho mountains have Scriptural grounds." this valiut: dk clncLjuiKltt. caused big rises In tho Kentucky, Isara's YeceUtlt Honklnsvlllo Kr. A conference was Cumberland and Dig Sandy rivers, Cotripouni IrJ. This Is the first big tide of the winter held here between representatives of fcrciifrcatcri logs are running In the Imtseiial Tobacco Co. ami tho So and thousands of headac'.es, raia b tho Kentucky river at Jackson. John ciety of Equity, looking to a sato of mr back tsdrit W. Atkins was drowned while trying the crop In this county controlled br slue, waitmittJ norvcw, ti to dislodge n log drift. the organization. No agreement was wraklcozUbrfi reachesL The crop controlled by this Lt I Ky. Tho first thorough organization In Lexington. stand. this county amounts to bred foal of the year nt John B. Mad about a million pounds. A hundred bio t ;";.iu den's Hamburg Place Is n bay ctslt by thoutnnd pounds was told nt tsrlccs storvd tnetatfiii the young English stallion Tho Scribe, ranging from 13.50 to $9.70. and mado ino feel like a new piticA out of the famous black mare Imp, the nnd it shall always havo trr rqueen of tho turf In her day and still Airs. W. P. yALrvriKE, Richmond. . J. the pride of Ohio, she having been Iloyd Wugers was probably Attessor Avenue, Camden, fatally ' 1 was a rrfitp Gardiner, Me. LIBEL raced by Uncle Dan Harness and Chtsr- and W. 1). Oldbam seriously woundid fcrcr from u fcrmlo di Is t lay UrMtmnn. IMtiM-amstcr-i petition was filed In the federal court here by tho Market National Hank of Cincinnati seeking to recover $11,500. with 11.100 credit, from the Georgetown Water. Gas, Klectrlc anil Power Co. Tho noto was given by the treasurer of the company. Ky. Lexington, Tho Ministers' L'nton. numbering the pastors of the I. Will Punish Those Connected With Glasgow, Ky. A broom factory Is Alleged Canal Scandal. tho latest now entcrprlso for Horse Washington. A story is afloat In the Cave. Ky. The .factory has already esspltal tonight that President ItixHC-sebeen Installed and tho output will be is on tise eve of abandoning, os at large and equal to any city. Tho peo least postponing indefinitely, his Afri- ple of the adjoining counties will on courage the now enterprise, as It can hunting trip. The chief reason is the protveding ono long needed by tho people which has been started to punish Josvpls throughout this section. lt 1 . In a duel with knives following n tor wild I would lmo tit v I '."' 1 r gamo of car Us. Oldham Is one of tho lsosnltal for nn oter.-t- ' C ur- Jc& leading merchants of this city. Mr. l'inkham's Vegetiblo 7 Wagers Is one of the most widely plctelr cured me in throe 1 . 1). o. K Jt. M its. 8. known cattle buyors of this section of lloxSO, A. Williams, (lardlncrMe, (he stato ami Is a brother of Jiecauso your caso is ai'l" -t-ew, Iff John Wagers, this city, and Am doctors having; dona ycit t p& 4j brose Wagers, of Cincinnati. do not contlnuo to t 1 r '1 Jr -- trr''EiI acllesfl Ixmlsvllle, Ky. The Ijoulsvllle Clear ni" Paducnh, Ky. Although every ef ing House association selected Oscur I SW !jr ( r I was made to keep tho matter Fonley as president. The other otll- fort , 1" quiet, It was reported that Hiram cers chosen aro: II. C. Wnlbeck. vlco if Horsewhips School Teacher. IJ Smcdley, county clerk of McCracken president; Isham Hrldges. manager; nt T . tilde, ."' it ast Woodwunl, Okla. Mrs. M. ltaiup was county, was Indicted by tho grand P. Vlgllnl, II. C. Hodes and Jninerf H Thv rminilntM th limr'S. 1' fined $10 aisd costs following her arrest jury for his alleged falluro to account Prown, committee on management, 3. ou the charge of horsewhipping Miss for public monoy. Suit was also en- H. Llnd, W. II. NcthoTland, Oeorgo SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SHUlFfi Fannie Stone, teacher of u rural isehool. tered In tho circuit court against him Outlg, W. J. Thomas and II. C. Will- Genulno Must Bu Tho reason gisen for the assault was by Will Husbands, revenue agent for bfcJc, commlttco on arbitration; J. O. CARTERS county, to recover from him or Leathers, L. O. Cox, 11. C. Rodes, L. ('. Miss Stone's refusal to accept Mrs. tho Damp's child into Iter school tho Tltlo Guaranty and Trust Co.. of Murray and Samuel Casstdy, commitScranton, Pa., on his bond, $3,270. tr.. tee on supervision. because of the child's age. 1'ulitrer of the New York World, for criminal libel in connection with the Panama canal scandal. Sensational de telopmcist in this caso Monday the arrival in Washington of Charles P. Tuft and Douglas l'oblnsois to uppear before the grand jury; a challenge of the president's right to proceed In the projto! suit by Senator Raynor of Marylaisdt use of the name of Fairbanks as one of the inspires of the oiigl-mi- l publication of the scandal all thtn served to throw doubt upon the possibility of the president's going to Af rica and seeing the action through. On February Loulsvlle. ami 18 the stato convention of the league wilt be held, nnd Ky. Anti-Saloo- 1C, 17 nearly 1,000 tempernnco advocates from every county In tho state wilt be here. National leaders of the movement will uttend. It Is understood that n resolution will bo offered and adopted calling on Gov. Wlllson to ness. Jtihn R. Allen. Dr. J. R. Hagyard, call an extra session of the general J. Will Btoll and Iuls Des Controls, assembly to pass a uniform county directors. unit bill. I.exlnston. Ky. Tho annual meotlng ot the stockholders of tho Kentucky Trotting Horso Ilrrcders' association was hold In the olllces of tho association, at the fair grounds, and old otii- cent were ns follows: Richard S. atoll, president; Robert C. Kstlll, first vice president: Horaro W. Wilson, secretary; tho Uxlngtou CHy National bank, treasurer; K V. Ilnrk- - many cases of female J Ilammation. ulceration, d I .arc"" j, priM fibroid tumors. pains, backache, that Uir.-fc- f iudigctlon.dlzdr.'. ;s,p feollng, vous prostration. It cc.-'-s bat a tl to try it, and tho result Is wjiD c lions to many suffering tiaca. f Compoundn, trial It istrrcJyLsJtt Riuj SICK VlTTLE HEADACHE roslllvrlycurllj these TJirr tl .1 CARTER'S Little r I'm- - II pis kll P,LLS' ' . pk. Decrease ( in Yellow Pine. New Orleans. There was a decrease of 20 per cent In the output of fellow pine lumber during 1U0S as compared with 1007, according to tho statistical rejxsrt of Secretary Geo. K. Smith, presented Tuesday at the convention of the Yellow Pine Manufacturers' Association. Tho convention' opened its first day's, session hero shortly before noon. Several hundred delegates, a majority of whom were from Texas, Louisiana, .Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida, were in attendance. Nowcastlo, Ky. An attachment suit filed In tho Henry circuit court horo by C. A. Caldwell, tho Kmlnenco merchant, Against his wife, Jano Parks Caldwell, brings before Circuit Judge Charles Marshall the first petition arising from what has been clubbed "i ho trial marriage." Caldwell is now suing In an effort to attach funds In his wife's name said to bo In tho Farmers' and Drovers' bank at Ky., charging that Mrs. Caldwell has taken possession of a diamond ring and two pins belonging to hlin and i alued at $185 In the aggregate. Stato Inspector and Examiner M. H. Thatcher, Col. J W. McCulloch, of Owcnsboro, and other Louisville, Ky. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. pleted nil arrangements for tho Journey of tho COO or more Kentucky republicans who will attend tho Inauguration of President-elec- t Taft. members of Gov. Wlllson's staff com-- r.lllrtf MM I' SeBSSV li.. osu. " , iLsritsI irowsrs of . kpll.eoro,sllos,frs--1- - iM sJ "' fimslslallnw"iW. lis sissisps sis'! nn4 IOO lllllloii Doll.i .. in W buss, S,0V " El - IOI0"' : i si 1.1 , s Knit-nonc- e, Paducah, Ky. MaJ. White, formerly a dry goods merchant here, died nt lilrtnlngham, Ala., of pneumonia. Ha was n traveling salesman for a New York house. Tho burial will bo at Hopklntivllle. hdcsl.loili.. Or iinpls se4 no lO.OOclsnrmso lia srlM" ir ' '.'V, t i SALZEX Hit'c",,J Eye uffiS;l2. 1 Thompson's Wlf - - 1 END THE ROBBERY jPLANK3 ,ntcndcd t deceivh! f " , - Gossip of Washington What Is Golnii On nt (he National Capital. fC Nftw Record for Cabinet Members noosovolt entered tho Whlto Houso- rfE r I: sr n ; Theodore When ires from tho prcslI noxl. Iio will i .March numerous can-- r ( : il f'ir Tlio last cablnot It i over will bo com i ',. r of oorapnratlvoly c will bo but ono man, 'i n who attonileJ tho c lift thnt ItooscTelt Thero u 'anm of 1901. ,i other. Searctnry of ( tcijou, who wag at fV. c In March. 1305, when , , c n't red upon hli pres- r :j ii i t it r 11.7 3 and half year of hli I. ksovcIi will haro hail net officers, but not men, for Mr. Itool " lit him first ai secre-i- . J 'hen as secretary of i ou 3 1 f - has bad threo l . ' t a 3 ? under Itoosorolt 'abr. post oinco and (ienoral Ilona-- ! v .o Into tho cabluct as r navr Jr.t has mado so 1hcro have been six t'ii uavjr slncu Mr. Look, Morton. Moody, Itonaparto, Mel cnlf nnd Newberry, nnd flvo postmasters iconerni Smith, Payne, Wynno, Cortelyou nnd Meyer, There haro been two secretaries of stato Itay nnd Hoot. Tho recent announcement that Secretary Hoot Is to reslsn as soon ns ho Is olrctod to tho sonato from Now York nnd that Assistant Bocrotary of Htnte Hobert Hacon of Now York and Iloston will nicceed him assures thrco secretaries of stato during President KoosotcH's time. Mr. ItooiOTClt has also had throo secretaries of tho treasury, threo secretaries of war, thrco attorneys Renoral, threo secretaries of commorco and two secretaries of tho Interior. OroTor Cleroland. tho only other president slnco (Irant's tlmo who has served two terms, had but 23 cabinet oracers. They were. In two adminisr trations, separated by In each of his administrations most of tho men who came Into olTtco with htm remained at his cabinet labia till tho cloio of tho four years for which tho president had been elected. Hut ono of tho changes In Mr. KooicvoH's cabinets has been on account of death, and that was In the -four-yea- - stato department. When Mr. Hacon becomes secretary of state threo of tho nlno members of tho last Iloosovclt cabinet will be men who were favorites at tennis and have been counted as mombors of the tennis cabinet v m lo . . v r am bmbarK Again on Matrimonial Sea - i - This Is Mr. Glbnon's second venturo cn tho sea of matrimony. In 1900 he married Miss Minna Flold, daughter of Henry Field of Chicago nnd nlcco of Marshall Klold, tho merchant dry Roods prince. Tholr wedding eight years ago was tho result of a ro ,- O mance dating from their meeting In in'rrrMlnjr, WasblhRton school, but tho marrlsgo turned out IS T..'K ti")il Josed In tho an- unhappily and two yesrs ngo Olbson At ave ' t. it the engagement of and his first wlfo were divorced. Shortly afterward sho married Algerc . ': s millionaire clubman, non Hurnaby, a member of tho Hrltlsh and playwrlRht. to i "smart sot," and thoy aro living la ! Milian Jarvls, a niece SIfi ! It' rgt.m and ono of last UccstorsJilro. After his dlvorco Preston Olbton a' ft active and charmer took up his realdenco permanently In c T nt was announced by Washington nnd nt oncp, became popU'sj .'a grandmother. Mrs. ular In tho set which comprises some Jir V. ' m wife of tho lato sen-- of tho host known beaux and belles of -lean, who was ono of tho capltsl. Hesldcs being a well if "i : ' t r,n la tho Wolvcrlno known author of Kentucky stories, Gibson has dramatic talonts, and took ii' r l a son of the late Sen-'I.a prominent part In social theatricals vr Gibson of Iullana Hut It was as an athlctn and lover of is ' a r .' w ut Associate Justice KA open air sports that Miss Jarvls camo - of the United VI States to know hint, and their lovo of nthlot?-" -. T 1 " ' - ' : 1 f- ! -" i He Is also closely re--" les soon ripened Into tbo romance William V. Draper. which was announced recently. was former ambasss- Tho debut of Miss Jarvls last win 'h of wham atouow tor was regarded ns ono of tho smart S rington soofcm est events of tho season. Amusing Stories on Tariff Revisers from Hrussels, and that tho wood upon work or ttio imposing ' throne whlph tho committeemen sit at hear ings, was brought "vor from Italy, "In fact." said n Democrat, "tho only article of domostlc production around tho commlittco room theso days Is tho hot air supplied by tbo witnesses who appear beforo us. All of this recalled to Democratic members of tho committee a ludicrous Incident that occurred during thu con slderntlon of tho Dlngloy bill In tho house, 11 years ago. Nelson V. Dlngloy of Mnlno was In cbargo of tho tariff measure at that time. Ho was speaking to tho theme, "Wo should encourage American Industries; Mr. Dlngloy wns followed on tho floor by Jerry Simpson of Kansas, whoso nlmblo wit and comlo stories are n part or tbo traditions of tho houso. Mr. Dlngloy woro a high lint. and lnvnrlnbly brought It Into tha houso with him, laying It on tho chair adjoining tho ono ho occuplod 'The gentleman should practice what ho preaches," shouted Mr. Simp son, moving toward tho unsuspecting Picking up Mr. Ding-ley'Mr. Dlngley. headgear, Simpson continued: "1 find n label In thu gentleman's hat, readlug thus; 'Mado In London.'" ' c t amusement wascro-'i- c t t hearing of tho com-r- s Wj nnd means tho other a n- wspajier ortlolo was attention of tha com- C that "tho waya and r "pe which Is liow of framing a bill to can Industries, hnd pur-- r i en-'a- k i- t- t-- r J - fi f v. Tho clln-along to tho commit- flraliy ono of them sent wn to n member of tho "'i at Hrltaln." barlng tha mark, ' t r session Is ovor turn up Tt y n which you aro sitting " rr,ark " This was done. ' I r, t r r - i rnna" r 'nv j that tbo chair was that tho walls of tho commit-uImported rrom Canada, '2 ic's on tho floor camo "e iry disclosed 3 Kath erine firmed thnt report, nnd ever slnco Washington has been wondering what tho young woman would do, it being assumed that bor affections had bcon as deeply wouudod as her royal suit or's by tho breaking of thu engage ment, It Is now learned that Miss Elkins' nttltudo toward soclaty for Ilia next ho rc'nanco of Knthci-,- c six months at least, and porbaps T T j 1"s and tbo duko of tho longer, will bo moro serious than was Mko ,ho llnnl chapter anticipated. of A t 'V"3 lsl"'ned novel. In whfcli (ho t,.V Arrangements have been mado by w,n hor memories to Miss Klklns to bogln the serious work .... 1 tho homeopathlo general IWf w ,' ,H..an" ,D0 Mro betakes of study InIn Washington, woimoea hoart to thu hospital ' of the world lo seek for- Thu caurso which Miss Elkins will hava to follow, under tbo rules of hos "i'atlvo annbuncoment pltal training, will include, attendanc ehat t.- v b0 uo n'n"'BO bo-- r at all lectures, punlcs and operations Mt Jikina and thu Italia Sho will have to spend a certain uum ( 01 king was hard-Ht- i her of hours each day In various 'Jc j , .'" Vp ?aMu "rought from wards obsorvlng the treatment of nUiat ,ho auko tlunts and fitting herself to tako tew- pcratures, dress wounds, apply baud' y agos and do all which a nurse must But I It) n,?,M 01 dlsuuUhcs haro ooe- - : Dorform for tho sick. PUTS Elkins to Become a Nurse Mr Tnfl's position with regard to (he enuttnblo limitation of negro suffrage lr tlin south, as defined In his Qrest Agricultural Beetlon of the address to tho North Carolina socloty, Country Has Paid Taxes to Robbad tho support of tbo best sentiment lit the north. Ills opposition to the ber Trusts Long Enough Vgrnndfathor clause" of tho proposed "Protection" s Fsree. Maryland constitutional amondmcnt Tho bulk of surplus ensh In the Uni shows n "spirit of fairness nnd equalted States IS owned by western fnrm- - ity" which has received gcnoral Iners. They deposit It In tholr local dorsement banks, whenco It flows through vari Hut In vlow of Mr. Tsft's liberal atous channels to tho eastern money titude toward tho reasonable restriction of negro suffrage, what does this markets for Investment. At a recent national gathering of plank of tha Republican platform of presidents of Insurance companies the 1908 mean? "Wo declare onco more nnd withstatement was mado that money Is a drug In tho market Tho lnsuranco out reservation for tho enforcement In men Are In closo touch with tho finan- spirit nnd letter of tho thirteenth, cial market, as they hava prodigious fourtfenth nnd fifteenth nmendmcnts surpluses to Invest. Just now tho to the constitution, which wero deranrket Is flooded with tho hoards of signed for tho protection and advancethrifty Investors. ment of tho negro, and wo condemn Tbo Insgulnr fact Is thnt whllo the all devices thnt have for their real aim east Is Just recovering from a money his disfranchisement for reasons of panic tho agricultural west hnd no color alono as unfair, nnd panic to rccovor from. Tho farmers' ropugnant to tho supremo law of the havo bad no hard times for a series land." Mr. Itooscvclt on October 27 last of yoars. Thoy wero still buying au n wrote to tho president of tbo Virginia tomobiles nnd luxuries when eastern bsnks wero Issuing liar association: clearing houso certificates. "I do not bellevo that there Is a sinTho working capital of banks, rail gle Individual of any convcqucnco who roads, factories and mines comes In seriously dreams ot cutting down tho main from tho small accumula 'southern representation, nnd I should tions of thrift put out at Interest. Tho havo no hesitation In ststlng nnywhero greatest creditor of all Is tbo Ameri and at any tlmo that as long as tha can farmer. Whllo bumper crops and clctlon laws nro constitutionally en high prices for agricultural products forced without discrimination as to prevail tho farmors will remain su color, tho fear that southern reprepremo in tho creditor class. sentation In congress will be cut down Tho farmer keeps up tho country Is both Idlo and absurd." Yet your Itepubllcan national plat banks and stores, which In turn support tho great marls of Industry In form of 1901 declared: ''Wo favor such congressional ac tho cities nnd manufacturing centers. Wall street and tho speculators mere- tion as shnll dctermlno whether by ly levy toll on tho teeming Industry special discriminations the elective of the nation. Tho tariff barons got franchlso In any stnto has been un their share of tho spoils through In constitutionally limited, and, If such 1b tlio case, wo demand that repredirect tariff taxation. Practically everything the farmer sentation In congress and In tho elechas to buy yields a tax to somo rob- toral college shall bo proportionately ber trust. If ho would Improvo his reduced, as dlroctod by tho constitu buildings he must pay a tax to tho' tion of the United States." The virtual repudiation ot tho Itelumber trust If moro implements aro needed tho harvester trust gets Its publlcan platform declarations of 1001 and 1908 by tho president and the pound of flesh. raises nn interesting So It runs through the whole list of president-elec- t necessities and luxuries. Tho trusts question ot party honesty. Wero these tax the farmers llko all other con- planks embodied in the platforms sumers without giving anything tan- merely to humbug negro voters la the gible In return. Tho allegod "protec north? tion" of tariff schedules Is n mockery.! ss far ns tho farmers aro concerned. The President and the Courts. In his statement tho president Their coinage of wealth from tho soil says that he has no power what needs no artificial protection. It Is to lessen plain tariff robbery-tha- ever to do anything In regard to the western farmers demand gonulno recent decision of Justlco Wright In the contempt cases. In order to show tariff revision. his entire Impartiality, he refers to the fact that he took no action In tho matProtection "Loalc." "The London Standard has discov ter of tho $29,000,000 Standard Oil ered that on tho avorage Ainerlcnnj fine. This reference rather weakens wages aro 2V, times as much ns Urlt-U- h tho forco ot bis statement, for it will wages. In declaring that the dif- bo remembered that ho severely critiference Is duo to tho protectlvo poller cised the Judges who reversed tho decision ot Judgo Landls, while for Jus tho Standard shows a logical mind." Ilea Wright ho has no criticism. Tho St. Louis Why then are not wages higher In president took no action In tho Stand' flermany and Franco than In Kng nrd Oil case whllo It was, as It is now. land? Tho conditions of life in nil In tho courts. Ho took no action, for thrco countries aw practically the tfio very good reason that thero was same nnd not different as they are In nothing that bo could do. Hut he England nnd America. Yet In England gavo tho Judges a rather fierce lecture, under free trade wages aro far higher In the present case ho says: "Whether tho president does or docs than In Gormany nnd Franco under protection. Moreover wages In Amer- not think tho sentenco ot Mr. Com' ica wero higher than any In Europe In pers nnd his associates cxcesslvo la tho beginning becauso of nntural con- not at present ot consequence, becauso ditions that still obtain, and tho fcrgu ho cannot tako any action or express mcnt for n tariff was that our "Infant any opinion while tho case is pending Industries." having to pay wages so beforo tbo courts." That Is true. Uo can do nothing, much hlghor than European Industries hnd to pay, ought to havo protee and ho ought not to crltlclso. Wo are tlon equal to thu difference until they glad to know that tho educational got established. Hut now wo hnvo It process to which ho has been sub that protection Is what makes high jected Is having its effect. ludlanap wages. How can a thing bo both oils News. causo nnd effoett First wages aro Ho Longer "Infant Industries." higher nnd thoreforo wo must havo Tho news from Washington that protection has publican congressmen aro scolug Rea second, protection; mado wages higher and thcroforo It great light on tariff reform Is gratify must bo maintained. Verily, such Is Ing. Extenslvo revision downwnrd ns protection logic a result ot tho tariff hearings and ad vices from tho country is now nntlci Tariff Taxing tho Small Home. patod. Certainly tho predictions ol Tho ambition of cvory thrifty worh free lumber, freo wood-pulnnd papor, earner or soil tiller Is to own his freo hides and leather products, with abodes nro the heavy cuts In tho wool nnd steel home. Those modest and plodding In- schedules, point to genuine revision, fruit of dustry. The Infant Industries can no longer Tho lumber trust sits In tbo gates ot conceal their adult proportions. prosperity nnd takes toll ot every It homo builder of modest means. From His Throne of Money Baas. tnxes every stick of finished timber Andrew Carnegie, mado colossally goes Into tho dwelling. It taxes rlcb by iniquitous tariff schedules, Is thnt tlio Dlaln. uniirotcntlous furniture. It sued a Christmas messago to tha tnxes the fnrmor's barn whoro ho world. It Is worded In truly regnl houses his crops, and tho sheds for Style, and tho bumptious nalvcto with his livestock. which this citizen tells nil his fellow citizens why thoy should bo thankful Two Cents and $29,240,000. nnd contented beats oven tbo record A Michigan mun Is serving a 30 of 'tho Nino Tailors of Toolcy street n who on a celebrated occasion Issued a days' Jail sentence for 1HiotIR t stamp from Undo Sam. You proclamation beginning: "We, the can't got by with a thing of that valu peoplo ot England." nt Ion, but if It's something llko 129. 240,000, for lustnuco well, thut's an Stock Growers Will Want to Know other story. If thu ways and means committee puts freo hides Into tho tariff bill and The real cost (ot steel) this year Is leaves a tariff on loathor, It Is likely to tho hlghost In years bocnuso so few hear somothlug from tho northwest mils nro mado. Charles Schwab to nnd tbo middle west, whoro tho stock growers aro not yot convinced that tho Ways nnd Means Committee. Cut tho tariff, drop tho price, then, tho beef trust gets all tho benoflt ol nnd It will bo chuapor to imiko them; tho tariff on raw hides. Maybo thli for demand will double. Itn't right, but it's so. panic-stricket GIobe-Domocrno two-cen- OEMAND OF WESTERN FARMERS FOR TARIFF REFORM. 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Mr IlnnKiivoH will Irv In cnnluro a It, begins to look as It tho future kleenn-boc-, a kahau nnd Nelson Morris & Co., but so rnr as mo nutnraciie com meetings of tho Ananias club would trust Is concerned It may stamp nnd hayo to be held la Madison Squari gardon. race through tho Jungle at wiu , Tho president having answered conIn Ills usual tonn of volco In the matter of the secret service Incident, branch of tho governthat ment mav consider Itself billeted In the Ananias club until tho 4th ot March. Ths Difference. Under tariff for rovonuo tho pro ceeds ko Info tho fcdoral treasury to bo used for the gonorul benefit of tha taxpnyers. Undor duties Imposed foi protection tho preferred classes col lect tho toll nnd put It In tholr own , New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, LAWYERS. contracts. Notary Public In o3c. Practice In all ths courts in tht Btata. Deeds, mortgages and all kinds o! Notions, Etc Call snd see our stock. ETerythlnfc HICKMAN, KY. Oflloe over Ilolcomb's drug iters. MaryBerenilcs&Conipani - . AND NOW TO WIND UK THE BIG JANUARY SALE 1 WITH 0 A SENSATIONAL FINISH I ELLISON BROS OFFER YOU FORfr Saturday, January 30th, The following extraordinary bargains. iqoq Every item a Big Bargain bought at special prices to sell at Bargain Prices. Not old goods to be worked off but brand New, Fresh Goods at bargain Prices, first Come, First Served, so we advise you to come early, as many of these items will not last long at these prices. l I J5 Sensational Shoe Sale Mens, Women and Big Specials Examine these items good, then come and ace the goods. All seasonable items at Special Sale Price s Special Values in Matftngs ReTEB5ShoCo. J Children Bmnd New Shoes just from tho factory and all at Salo Prices. S1.98 1.48 1.48 3.48 2.48 1 Ladies Fine Patent Leather $3.50 Shoes Ladies Fine S2 Shoes Boys S2.S0 Patent Leather Shoes Mens High Cut Tan Boots sold at $5 in town Mens FiDe $3.50 Shoes Boys S1.7S Shoes .. 25 1 Bleach Sheeting 6c Wide Brown Sheeting 19c Wide Bleach Sheeting 21c Remnats of 15 and 25c Suiting 9c Remnants of 10c Ginghams 6c . Ladies 10c Hose . 6c .. . 30 inch Black Taffeta Silk, SI value 79c 25c 50 and 60c Silks, to close out 44 50c 75 and 85c $2.50 and $2 Counterpieces $1.48 98c $1,25 Counlerpiece 59c 75c Table Napkins Fringed Napkins 2c Table Linen $1.25 $2 25c 35c White Table Linen 11-4- all wool Blankets.. $3.90 ' ' 30c Matting 19c . 44 44 9c m tut :ro Fancy Mnttinp price t t. i sale, 3 - Uoc ;' 30o plain White M.i'.l price. ON-SE- . 10c SPECIAL PRICES WING MACHINES $14.50 Drop Ileal t $19.50 Sold on InsUilni-nt j ) The Greatest Towel Sale Ostermoor Mattress, special THIS .15.00 Never have we sold so many Towels in suoh a length of time. Btil no wonder for the- values - $10.00 CLOCK FOR $5.98 Spring Scales aro hore. 6 qt. Enamel Dish Pan. .lOc Large sire Honey Comb Towel Large Bleached Turkish Bath Towels Extra Large Linen Damask Towels 5e , 10c 25c 10c Si.no Family Scales Muslin Underwear Sale I 8 qt Lipped Preserve Kettle. ..10c Corset Covers 60 kind 49c $1.98 Corset Covert. 98c v Ladies 60c Gowns 39c Four Tables loaded down with fine Muilln Underwear at Sale Prices. 92c Mrs. Potts siil Irons, a t 92c Deep i White Lined Enameled Dipper. ..10c Little Notions Fine finish Bearl Buttons Led Pencils iiau riiia Paper Pins Spool Cotton 2 spools for Hemstitch Handkerchiefs 2c , lc 5c 2c 10c i gltkAHivfrasS -- ai Stow Pan A lc iu r tssssHBMK?v 10 cents -- THIS- Toilet Soap, 3 cakes in box. ' IRONING BOARD 3.50 German Reed Rocker.. . (ill Cut Glass and cninaware at 20 off 98c ....iWVVi HICKMAN 7 11.1 IS ONLY TOWN IN THE U. S. WITH OVER 4O0O POPULATION THAT HAS NO ARC LAMPS A BLUE MARK l ' ' ,'-- -; e? n. THE HICKMAN COURIER. Team that Pulla tha Commercial Uagnn vp tha Hill of Success. HERE that, your iub tcrlptlon hit xttnrtl. Hernw promptly If you witnt tha pAper to com to on After thU month inn The Courier tun a Xpankln' Dead Team. Grease the flxles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOIX NO. 2432 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1899 r ME 60 NO. 3 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1909. I 1 iwkm . Backward... Hlrminiscrncrs Qfnirinl BAPTIST? CHURCH Hickman, Ky. ... lit' I fm F jvmf fntnesiitifl fads and LTrcm jjjilftentic Sowers Ctncrrttirifj History of Fulton Countij It is a , the 99th In order fishing and hunting resort. in the body of water about 40 miles long, , ii situated art of what If known and from 1 to 8 miles wide, occupyI -- n. : '-- .! - "WS 7 m "i A i f. v '. :z ( . A hate, and Is bound county, on the on the wett rp' river, which tep. Mtttouri. nin l t it divided Intwo parfs Tl- r..rr the western part, T r.aj!JaJr J Bend, being sep-:j,tlie eastern part by u rert :.. -- "in . Tr: iee, and ' eJ A - landt of the a.Jey, heretofore tub- of the Mississippi r l .i system of Govern- - .juiI i, Tennessee territory. j of exceedingly rich ii' winch u said .rrrt-- hat practically territory from which Is beiug .ire up and put in fine ... at. n. The remainder , ; rullniR table lands, kJ, and drained by and as fertile at '!. Ltste. ; , products are corn, t.Ucco, cotton, hay, of all j -- :.J vegetablet y.i berries grow to of all j k raising profitable in the j , re-u- -- t'-'- ' rr u it most excellent. In the Missis- It- -.. ... I v.... me ivui iiiio ' ., pssmg through the on re arc ess to ..- pal creeks of the county '. Obion, Bayou De -- r.M , P t and Dixon creeks. ' j some that prior to e,.r ! elfooot Lake, both N-- n and Little Obion, : -- g into the Mississlp- 13 ' .r.-t- l: i- -l gi te, I'M t' a v.1 F'v . Prdfoot creek and tr? encroachments of t'"'J" j and rfraj('::-t- . . Wateis finally cut into comDelled them r waters directly Into ' Lane, besides having re- fame c.Tfi world-wid- e a the night riders, has pgbe"a rer.:wned and favorite c.:t Headache Every Month Yot e ki s ! nir tklol. f, lid tsit kiiiu it. bciJicko M'l U )tm mutt ertrjr atitk, womeiu Bat II jou thlik "l f ItU. ft'. dltcaie ot yosr tail Ihouiiadt o otktr iblc la rtU... "t,ky bc UMoltb.t wss4sr km bi ing a portion of the southwest part of the county, extending also into Tennessee. Its origin Is traced to the earthquake of 1811, as may be inferred from the appearance of the timber which still shows, though much decayed, above the water in many places. Historians tell su "It was formed by sand blown out of a chasm openell by the earthquake and depoiited near the mouth of Reelfoot Creek, causing a sudden damming of its waters which spread over the adjacent low land, forming the lake and deadening all the timber growing along the banks of the creek. It it a great resort for all kinds of water fowls, llxards, cotton mouth and other snakes, motquitoet and is full of excellent fun." Earth-crackt- " varying in width from 10 to 70 feet, may be seen in the bluffs on the Kentucky side of the river. These cracks are bounded by parallel sides rising from one to five feet above the sunken ground between them, and have trees of considerable size growing along tbem, and have their ancient origin. They are supposed to have been caused by some sudden and powerful convulsion of nature. In Missouri, near New Madrid, these cracks are still more remarkable. In the bluffs along the river have been found many stone implements, carvedimages, human bones, ulensels of earthen ware, devices, etc., giving evidence of an ancient race of people. The region of Reelfoot Lake is subject to vjolent tornadoes that often do great damage to property. It Is thought that the presence of the lake is largely responsible for their origin. "One of these, which cannot be traced further south, took place March 20th, 18J4, between 9 and 10 a. in., passing by Felicinia, on the edge of Graves county, and within four miles, destroying six or seven houses, and carrying clothing a distance of 20 miles." On Christmas day, 1875, another destructive tornado passed over the county from southwest to northeast, inflicting great loss in its wake. "The house of Andrew Shuck was struck about 1 p. m., and completely demolished, and severely Injuring his son W. M. Bacon. A larg trunk in the sitting-roowas forced open and the contents scattered far and near. A contract between to neighbors and left in the house for safe keep ing, was carried to May field and afterward returned. A negro woman was killed during this stoim besides a number of people being In in-lam ttjJisfijssH lKAilH L' fij sfl ssHsssV vB -- CiOsrnnized May 15, l846t$r-abcrve James, were determined, at all hazards, to defeat the aspirations of Moscow, and for that purpose united with the citizens of Hickman, who were ambitious of having a county seat. Thus Fulton county, with her 184 square miles,, the garden spot of Jackson's Purchase was formed. The records of the County Clerk's office contains a record of this interesting document; "Be it remembered that at the Tavern House of Greenbury Watson, in the town of Hickman, on Tuesday, the 1st day of April, in the year 1845, pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of Kentucky, entitled "An Act to establish the County of Fulton," approved Jan. 15, 1845, Robert Brown, James P. Tyler, Jesse Edmonston, Ralph McFadden, Shedrick Boar, Asa W. Clark, Hugh B. French and Thomas M. Smith, severally commissions produced from his Excllency, the Governor of this Commonwealth, appointing them justice of the peace for Hickman to the said county, administered Brown et. al., a county court was begun and held for said county of Fulton." Is a likeness of the Uaptisl Church building of city Ji appears today, though it has suffered some The first 'Baptist church in bygone days. in this city tvas huitt in 1856, but toas destroyed by fire Jan. 27, 1379. Later a new building was erected. On March 9, 1901, this building tojs demolished by a severe 'wind storm, liflinq the building and leaving the floor, seals, organ and furnishings fust as they were before the storm struck the house. tvas again in order, and the faithful members erected the building which The first Baphst pasior in this city iuas Rev. e shdlv above. ho Willis While, as engaged as regular pasior immediately after the church's organization SAIay 15, 1846. The present pasior is Andrtfo Tufklnglon, of Ireland, a young man of splendid ability. The first Haplist church in Fulton county was organized in i628-2- 9, and their meetings ere held at Poplar Grdbe, six miles east of this city. From that date, the Baptist denomination began to flourish and branch out until il is one of the leading churches in the . county today. rHE appalling phenomenon, which commenced by distant rumbling sounds, succeeded by discharges as if a thousand pieces of artillery were suddently exploded, the earth rocked to and fro ; vast chasms opened, whence issued columns of water, and sand and fcoal, accompanied by hissing sounds, caused perhaps, by steam ; while the escape of pent-u- p ever and anon flashes of electricity gleamed through the troubled clouds of night, rendering the darkness doubly horrible. The current of the'Mississippi was driven back up its source with the greatest velocity for several hours, in consequence of an elevation cf its bed. But this noble river w.is not thus to be stayed. Its accummulated waters came g booming on and the barrier thus suddenly raised, carried ed everything before them with re over-toppin- ' sistless power. Boats, then floating on the surface, shot down the de- -' livity like an arrow from a bow, amid roaring billows and wildest commotion." Four miles southwest of this city is Comb's Springs, from which issues a valuable chalybeate water, containing free carbonic acid and varIt is now used ious saline matters. principally as a picnicing place, but with a little money spent upon it, inight'be made the nucleus of a profitable heath resort. Fulton County, named In honor of the great inventor, Robert Fulton, was formed out of the southwestern part of Hickman county, in 1845. The establishing of the new county was caused by the desire of Moscow to become the county seat of Hick man county instead of Clinton. The people of Clinton, and notable Judge ANNIK H, KI.I.ISO.V lll'TIt KM.IBON ..Ellison Magazine Agency.. Illolciitiui, iC-- jured." Earthquakes in this section are not unfrequcnt. Beginning about 2 o'clock in the morning of December 16th, 1811, occurred one of the most remarkable of these "shakes." Convulsing the whole valley of the Mississippi and its tributaries, it expended a large part of its force In Fulton county and the adjacent territory, During the remainder of the night above mentioned, some 27 shocks, distinct and violent, occurred, rending the earth and terrifying the French fishing crews that were plying their vocation along the river. These shocks cotinued with decreased frequency and violence up to February, 1812. Senator Linn, of Missouri, describes them as follows t "During the continuance of this A Dills'. ... It - If CARDUI WOMAN'S " Published Anywhere Subscriptions Taken for Any Periodical in the 'United Stales RELIEF A ' By special arrangements withjthe publishers, we are enabled to give the very best clubbing rates on any Magazine or Periodical you may wish We can save you something on your Magazines, and mill thank you much for our subscription. i 1'iL.t t .. louuj WITU . U U. b. At All DrukWlst r EB ADVICE, ....SEE US BEFORE YOU RENEW.... ' Annie and Ruth Ellison I"iiZ,J-.kM at i The first court was held in a frame building owned by the Planters Bank, of Tennessee, which stood on the site now occupied by Beale's Book Store. The first transaction recorded was the transfer of 160 acres of land, northwest quarter of Sec. 18, Township 1, Range 5, by Goodrich and others to Greenbury Watson, dated Feb. 13, 1845, consideration S500. The first mortgage, dated March, 1845, was made by Bruce M. Hughes to Matthew Watson, and transferred 160 acres of land and one town lot in Hickman, considera tion $2,000. The first man to hold the oftlce of Sheriff was Jacob White, whose continued next week. commission bore date of Jan. JO, 1845. Objection to his qualificaKeep The Kidneys Well. tion was raised by Lewis Scearce, Health is Worth Saving, awl but was overruled by the court. Some Hickman People Know His oath embraced loyalty to the U. Uow to Save It. S. and to Kentucky, and to refrain Many Hickman people take their from dueling. His bond was fixed lives in their hands by neglecting at $3,000. He was succeeded in rethe kidneys when they know these gular order by Robert Brown, James organs need help. Sick kidneys are P. Tyler, R." C. Prather. B. F. responsible for a vast amount of suf Easley, Shedrick Boar, Thomas E. fering and ill health, but there is no Reed who filled Boaz's unexpired need to suffer nor to remain in dan time, William Heron, R. E. Millet, ger when all diseases and aches and Willam H. Roper, John F. Tyler, pains due to weak kidneys can be B. R. Walker, W. C. Johnson, W. quickly and permanently cured by A. Shuck, T. H. Johnson, M. D. the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Johnson, J. T. Stublefield. Geo. L. Here is a Hickman citizen's Carpenter, the present incumbent being' Jas. T. Seat. The bond made A. P. Iverbey, living in Hickman, by the sheriff of the present time is Ky., says: "For two or three over $50,000. months I was troubled from the disThe first County Clerk was L. D. ordered condition of my kidneys, I Stephens, chosen pro tem, April 1, had dull pains in the small of my 1845, with a bond of $10,000. Fol back, and whenever I stooped or lowing him were Dick Givens, J. W. lifted anything, sharp, twinges Gibson, Geo. S. . Morris, John T. would cause me misery. At night Trent, J. A. Wilson, A. M. DeBow, the aching in my back greatly disW.P.Taylor, Sam D. Luten and turbed my rest and I arose in the the present clerk is S. T. Roper. morning feeling lame. I usually The first Circuit Clerk was Dickfelt tired and lame and languid and son Givens, then B. G. Dudley, L. nervous spells bothered me. My D. Stephens, Geo. S. Morris, John kidneys needed attention as was C. Gardener, W. A. Brevard, J. T. proved by the sediment contained in Bynum, T. M. French, W L. Mc- Learning ol Doan's the secretions. Cutcheon, 1. F. Royster, and last Kidney Pills, I procured a box at but not least, J, Wesley Morris. Helm and Ellison's drug store, and A. S. Taylor was the first Sur in three days they relieved me. It veyor, and following were Thos. W required but one half the contents of McMurry, A. E. Brevard, W. A. the box to affect a'complete cure. I McConnell A. C. Hombs, Morgan am glad to say this cure has been Davidson. A. C. Hombs, is the pres permanent, and have no hesitancy in ent surveyor. allowing you to publish my state Robert Powell heads the list o ment." Coroners. Succeeding him were For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Natham Scearce, H. C. Bailey, T, Co , Buffalo, cents. Foster-MilbuW. Thomas, Julian Nail, M. L. New York, sole agents for the UnitMcjilton, Peter George. Owing to ed States. the failure of the office to pay for Remember the nameDoan's the trouble, a number failed to and take no other. quality following the year of 1874 To prohibit the intermarriage of L. D. bmlth is the present coroner Prior to the adoption of the pres negroes and whites in Washington, ent constitution, the senior magis Senator Milton, of Florida, has Intrate of the county, with his assocl troduced a bill in the Senate which ates, constituted the county court provides that any person having one Under the present constitution eighth or more of negro blood shall Lewis Scearce was the first Judge I be declared a negro. rn and held his position until 1854, when he was succeeded by Josiah Parker, who served without interruption until 1862, and again from Sept. 1866 til his death in 1867. During the period of the civil war not filled by Judge Parker, magistrates held court. B. R. Walker was the next Judge, then John W. Wingate, J. H. Montgomery, H. C. Bailey, R. S. Murrell, Joshua Naylor, H. M. Kearby, G. W. Whipple served Kearby's unexpired term, and W. A. Naylor who has the honor to fill the office at the present time. Our Jailers started with John Belts followed by Julian Nail, George W. Stubblefield, W. D. Taylor, R. F. Thomasson, T. V. Wallace, Geo. L. Carpenter, and last "Uncle Joe Noonon, who succeeds himself every four years through the will of the people. The important office of County School Commissioner was first held by A. D. Kingman in 1847, and has been followed by the following educators : W. S. McConnell, William Owens, Dr. J. B. Nichols, A. S. Tyler, R. T. Tyler, B. C. Caldwell. In 1884 the law was changed, and the Superinteddent was chosen by the people. Kingman was again elected, followed by J. H. Saunders, D. E. Wilson and the present incumbent, Miss Dora Smith, who is the only lady official the county can boast of. E. I. Bullock assumed the duties of County Attorney in 1854 and has been succeeded by A. D. Kingman, W. M. McConnell, J. F. Gardner, Geo. C. Hallet, C. P. Buck, J. H. Roulhac, H. A. Tyler, T. O. Goald-e- r, Geo. P. Prather, R. S. Murrell, Wan en Llndsey, H. F. Remley and T. N. Smith. Mr. Smith holds the office at present. 1 Pleasing You Means Our Success We want you to be satisfied with what you get at our store. Dont keep tt unless you are. No matter what you "buy in Drugs, Rubber Goods, Candles, Stationery or Camera Supplies your money will be teturned if you are not satisfied. We serve the best and can prove it otherwise we could not carry out the above claim. FIRST OF, ITS KIND aj EXPERIMENT IN PHILADELPHIA BEARS ON HELP PROBLEM, Heat, Light snd Power Will B Sup. Dwelling! piled to Nlntty-ttveby the Being Erected Olrrd Eetate, n DON'T SUFFER For want of Medicines When it is no easy to PTTI THE HICKMAN .TXT db E!IjIjISOV COURIER Lis tfe Cnn Wtitira KMlwkjr Dw" W. 0. BPSXB. nd 3. O. SEXTON, Editors ud Proprietors. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAM IK ADVANCE. B&Mrsd l January Brieflets.. " , U Hlekmsn, oodiS-cIa- u Kentucky, tsiIHc m msll mstur. Tfinrsffau, Jan. 28m, 1909 Mardi Gras, Feb. 23. Opera House, Tuesday night. Oce Harris spent Sunday in Union Opera House, Tuesday night; City. Gasoline at the Courier Office. Guy Hale went to Cayce Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Nelson is on the sick Lent begins one month from to- list. day. the Candidate For Representative. this week. Judge F. S. Moore, of this city, The freshest groceries in town at telephoned the Courier from Fulton C. B. Wright's. yesterday that he had decided to Capt. H. A. Tyler returned Wedmake the race for Representative from this district composed of Fulton and Hickman counties. It is not probable there is a man in either county who is better suited to the duties of this office, and the Judge's home county will doubtless attach the seal of approval by giving him her hearty endorsement. He is one of staunch supporters of Jeffsrsoman principles, and one of the few men who never cease to "whoop'er up" when it comes to a show-dow- n for the interests of Democracy. If the party can owe an individual for services rendered, it is under obligations to Moore. Judge Moore is a man of good, sound, practical judgment, in addition to his thorough knowledge of law, and these are elements that of the should enter the make-u- p man who represents any people. As stated elsewhere in this issue, a convention will be held at at Clinton, March 24, for the purpose of making the nomination for this office. Delegates from the various precincts are to be chosen on March 20th. It is probable that other aspirants may bob up between now and the convention, but not likely in Fulton county. It is Fulton county's time to furnish a Representative. Carl Schmidt was on sick list nesday from Memphis. Mrs. Giles Bond, of Chattanooga, Tenn., arrived here Monday. Miss Hattie and Dosia Carpenter are visiting in Fulton, this week. Born on Sunday, Jan., 24th, to the wife of Luther Morrow, a boy. List your real estate with the Hickman Courier. No sale, no charge. Clarence Reed and Arch :wd Harold DeBow spent Snnday in Fulton. Miss Lillian Leach, of Wingo, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mabel Wilson. Mrs. Hattie Foltr, of St. Louis is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Kistner. FOR SALE: Good timothy hay, in bale. J. P. Thomas, Route 4 37-Hickman. Don't forget the Epsicopal enter tainment at the Opera House, Tues p. day night. Miss Mary Anderson, of Charles is the guest of J. W. Rogers and family. Threlkeld & Schmidt want to show you their new samples for spring and summer suits. Mr. Blackburn and Mr. Lester Eason, of Nashville, were the guests of Joe L. Amberg and wife Sunday. ton. Mo., C. L. Walker and wife will enter tain a number of friends at their home tonight. These good people didn't expect us to tell it, but it is their 18th wedding anniversary ; and here's hoping they may live to celebrate the 118th. Saturday evening, Mrs. J. M. Reld entertained a few friends at an elegant dinner of five courses. The guests were Rev. and Mrs. J, W. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Methodist Church. Smith, Mrs. Clara Outten, and The pastor, Rev. J. W. Waters, Misses Jessie and Anna Outten, has begun a sejies of sermons on Tom Robertson, a carpenter of "The Essential Elements of Christ! anity." Next Sunday morning his this city, fell from a scaffold over subject will be, "Forgiveness of Sins one of the Mengel Box Co., sheds yesterday morning, and sustained Through the Shedding of Blood." A cordial invitation is extended injuries about his back which will to all, to be present. At 7 p. m. lay him up for several days. The the subject will be, "Jesus Christ scaffold was about IS feet from the ground. and Hina Crucified." Good music. Mr. W. J. Williams of the Demo crat force and Miss Mary Smith a Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. popular young lady of Hickman Mrs. Susan Jones has returned to were quietly married at the home of Hartaville, Tenn., after spending Squire Sacra. The Squire performseveral weeks with her. daughter, ing the ceremony. The many friends f nur town. of Mr. and Mrs, Williams will join Mrs. Henry Hawkins, "the Lost us in wishing them a long and hap. Your only etianee to H&uhi, Tues- py married life. Union City JktuV' at the Opera day night, Fb 2nd. was a rare treat, indeed. The program of 14 numbers reading, vocal and instrumental music was rendered to "a queen's taste" from start to finish. One would have to search a long time to find a city of equal size possessing as much musical talent as does Hickman. This entertainment was to have been given last Friday night, but for some reason, was postponed until the following Tuesday. This, now ever, did not keep the attraction from drawing a good house. The receipts, clear of all expenses, was $41.00, which has been donated to the book fund of the Carnegie Library, We regret that limited space forbids the personal mention to which each of the performers are justly entitled. Let's have another, please. Nashville. Ind. It Is not uncommon for hogs to catch chickens and other fowls, but It Is seldom hogs catch rabbits. William Stephens, a well farmer west of Delraont while In his barnyard the other evening, noticed two rabbits going through the fence Into the hog pen, where the hogs were T. S. Hamilton has returned to Home Talent "Makes Good" eating. Seeing a chance for rabbit Louisville after a few days business pie he got his shotgun, but when he The musicale given under the here with the Mengel Box Com Another Cash "The Lost Bride,' wilt be given returned to the yard he found tho hogs tearing one rabbit to pieces. The auspices of the Literary Circle,' pany. The Todd County Times, publish at the opera house next Tuseday other had Just been caught as It waa Tuesday night, at the opera house, Wheat sold for $1.13 a bushel on night. Nearly forty people in the attempting to go through the feuc. ed at Elkton, Ky., has decided to to-d- o Motion pictures every night at the Lyric. Jim Somers spent Tuesday and Wednesday here. Clay Lewis, of Cairo, was" Here last week on business. Ira Green- - went to St. Louis Sunday night on business. The Courier can find a buyer for your real estate. See us. W. G. Dornan spent Sunday in Dyersburg with home folks. Fred Bradley, of Cairo, spent Sunday in the city with friends. FOR RENT Office, front room over new barber shop. Apply to C. F. Baltier. D. W. S. Amberg orders his Courier changed from Chicago to Phoenix, Ariz. The Embroidery Club will ,be entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. A. A. Fan's. George Clint, son of J. C. Ellison and wife, is quite sick. He has fever. Mrs. Jewel Easley Shanker, of New Madrid, died this week, and was buried in Fulton. Miss Annie Hill Eason, of Nash ville, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Joe L. Amberg. Miss Bess Harper returned to Union City Saturday after a short visit to Miss Marine Brown. WANTED Man of family to work on farm. Steady work for the right man. Apply to The Couier. I have a fine red Durham bull which I will stand at SI.00, cash with service. M. A. McDaniel. 2p en rhlUdplphlft. Ooprrattt housekeeping on a Urgo sculp- Is to be Inatl tutntl on the completion of the 'it houses which the Cllrertl stat It biillilliiK mi lha squares which cenml 1'orter streets ter at eighteenth At a part of tlio operation a Isrio powerhouse, costing $115,000. Ii being erected at the southwestern end of the tract, near Twentieth and Oregon etreeti. and from thta plant all thn houses now being put up by the eitata wilt be iiipplled with heat, light and hot water. Not only will thla servlca be rendered with unuiual economy! but It ti expected to minimise) the work ot house servants, doing away with light lug and care of fires, removal of axhe and Incident duties. This la probably the flrat Instance In the Vnltett Htatee where, inch serv-Ichas been planned for detached bouses. Such .a system la only possible where the entire group of bouses supplied Is under one management, as the expense of maintenance could not be counted on It the houses were occupied by individual owners. Under this plan It la estimated that heat, light and hot water can be at an average expense of $8 to $10 a month for each household, eY-luonly unsolved the problem of cook-lug- , for which gaa stores are now commonly preferred. The task of supply, lag hot water to the houtes caused the Olrard estate much study, but was met system of ples. by an Independent Kur those who with to operate sewing machines or washing machines by electricity power rsu alio be supplied from the central plant, and further extensions of the modern community I din aro planned If the first conveniences shall prove successful. providing a common house, Vbll hold service, the Olrard estate has made a departure In operstlons In this city by Introducing varied art designs In the new houses downtown and not bulldlntf ilim according to a tingle design. The variety of effects. Including colonial, Romanesque and Queen Anne styles, make an unusutlly picturesque grouping for the snialUr class of residences, and when to thta Is added a small but attractive park at the northwestern angle ot the tract", upon the site of Stephen Qlrard'a old country home, the combination la regarded as likely to have a Influence In providing attractive homes In the two-stortwo-storpro-Tideg TELEPHONE NO. ) We are always ready to start a boy with your order. We gel our prescriptions and sick room needs ahead of everything. HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY ii.trifii-rtiatI l "First Aid to the Sick" - - The News Wanted. The Courier wants all the news of the county. If any of our friend know of deaths, births, accidents meetings marriages, protracted serious sickness, friends visiting from other counties or friends from home visiting in other counties, or anything that would prove of interest to Courier readers, they are urgent ly requisled to telephone it to The Courier If they have a telephone, or wiite it if they have no telephone The Courier aims to publish every thing that Is worth printing, and if the readers will assist in small way, there wilt be no local happening In the county that will not be found in the columns of Tne Courier from week to week. The Courier wants all the news. Do the patrons o the Courier want the paper to have it? We are glad to forcing to the front arc lights. Lights ed on the following notice our city in the matter of have been plac crossings t St. Valentine's Just now the shop with beautiful at , in paper valentine History Iftl ask "who Etc?" will wa future. Rabbit-Eatin- Porkers. the floor of the Chamber of Com- cast D. Owens, the handsome local merce in Chicago Friday, which is FOR SALE Good mare ; manager of the Cumberland Telethe highest price paid for this cereal mule ; young, registered saddle and phone Co., and The Hickman in the last three years. harness horse. Apply to T. T, Courier management have concocted The Lee Line Company ought to Swayne. c a conspiracy by which we hope to be forced, if possible, to build a new Mr. Elklns, Insurance man, and hobswobble the government and the river depot and warehoush at this little daughter, Pocahontas, of telephone company out of the daily place. The old trap they have Wickliffe, Ky., are the guests of Ed U. S. Weather Reports, which, In down there now would be a disgrace Allen the event we are' successful, will be and wife. to 'kink town" to say nothing of The Lost Bride, a five act pan displayed by weather signals, or Hickman. 16-ha34-2- tomlme will be given by the ladles of the Episcopal Church next Tues day night. This has been given in a number of places and always to full houses. No one who loves to see beautiful stage effects should fail to see this. The ladles of the Embroidery Club were delightfully entertained Friday afternoon, from 2 ',30 to 5 o'clock by Mrs. W. C. Johnson, to gether with a number of other friends. A delightful afternoon was spent over the embroideries, and other interesting features. A salad course was served. Tuesday afternoon, from 2 .JO to 5 o'clock' the ladies of the Euchre Club were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Porter Shumate. As the guests arrived, they were served Rex punch. There were six tables, and the progressive games of five hundred were played with much in terest and enthusiasm. Besides the club members, there were several invited guests. The first prize, a belt buckle, was won by Mrs. A. A. Stone, and the guest prize, a cup saucer, by Mrs. Clara Cowglll, The booby, picture, was given to Mrs. Will Ellison. Ice cream and cake were served. on top of the flags, from a flag-staCourier office or better known as the "Temple of Truth." If we land this proposition, the next thing in order will be a river guage. And why not? ff That Cough Must stop a bad time of the 'year to neglect either a 'cold is This or cough. A cold easily leads into other and often more diseases. You ean easily cure any cough with TAR-PIN- E Nature's great cufe for Cough, broncheal hoarseness or cold on the lungs, Helm & Ellison Advance and policy on all subscriptions, to go into effect on March 9. In annoucclng the new plan, the editors giver a number of good rea son, any one of which justify them in making the change. It will only be a question of time when every newspaper in Kentucky "Blest be The Tit" will be on the cashtin-advanc- e plan Iw t The Conrier adopted this plan the Not one in a t'. first of the year, and all we have whe sing that good vlttft asked about it say it is the only be the tie that bind-- , tojf of its homely i way. 'H- According to th- -. ... Lhali Mr. Taft, who will be president i. was wuiicii uy .. tn ii after March 4, prefers an nutomo rett. who n the P" . ..llll bile to horses and carriages, eighteenth century w piw and intimated to Congress that he a poor little churn would like for some provision to be England! Ills f- a' kl H made for furnishing the President bilitles were largf , with an automobile. The House was less than $4 a w- -voted an appropriation of f 13,000 In 1772 he felt for this purpose but the Senate com WU mittee Thursday struck out this Til. .err haded i Item from the urgent deficiency bill. w Possibly the Senate committee thinks furniture and booki raeo, it would be conducive to the health door. His congrer ' of a man of Mr. Taft's avoirdupois jntn and children, vr" in us) to walk. of tears. - V..IVII Circuit Court will convene here Monday and the docket shows 43 dowri on a packing tin rllh thn others. I It i UP old commonwealth cases and 10 ap pearances, 18 old common law cases Fawcett said t -; and 27 appearances ; 33 old equity "Oh, John, John, I rataH" cases and 1$ appearances; 14 old this I I know not w""" " divorce cases and 10 appearances. nor cunti, Unloalt-0- B! 111 w. an. In two of the most interesting com mon law cases service on the de put everything In in 'Flict fendants was not obtained in time Hit letter of for trial this court. Both are dam I age suits, one of them for breach of wrote .1 l iuyi mis promise to marry, Clinton Gazette. the episode. Cash-i- n adopt the St. Valentine w 'at presbyter. lie was a. Forum t Rome I' II. A. D., 270, In the r LJisj 11. When thech It cendant in Rome a s v.: tft to his memory near l - I K It! Palatine Hill, when stood to Pan, ac J 'It tit had suckled Rom. KM centuries before ( c ill - - .i was a celebration , i . wit! the wolf'1 in honcr mother of twin I . and of the gods, Pa i j -- . it: martyrdom of Vale : 4..m in. the day before the I val, and the prox- ito the place made i n tt; " rites of festival i .4 ClU, made It easy forth- i tj y. St. Valentin." apart servance. I ? Pep The change was : ' Gelasltu In the ra Francis de Sales, lei r j'jprss! g ttt-Vpiety among the y the names of sa.r.' t r tbK the girls In tne stead of drawing ' t vtxr ti; sweetheart for the young man drew tt a i whose life he was -- r Cstl Tt.i the next twelve r.. liglous custom laste. but it was never c the extent which blot'- - , of the day character . believed It was th birds mated, and t " has come on down i turies, spreading ,r all Christendom, observed by more ever was in history . , V. ' " k f x! of -- -- I! ' '.-..- .It -- .11-- 1 r Vnlenary of Mendelssohn Hiiro February 3, 1809 fl I i r VI Ml '0C9 marks th .b annitersarr t ' " iict t, ill. h scholar anil ro-e lir inn rattior !:.s fl rrnounc the Jtwlsb 'Hrto tbi family ui ... b d : ck. 1 hit branch from -- irf-t bers of tbo family. ' tr I r r 'ha latter alto of c r S: :::tr! rn it ua ne ramous tor- .x)tr cnmiuctor, atd rxinlnt. lis a tebruary S, 1909, Gsrmany; died at th rf rYlli Men- - '.nvmbr r 4. 1S47. a Lrnpr. grandson r'. Tr l , a 4optd tbe i, il h ldren were Chris-- i bap--b it i: aa Christiana. Mtndclaiiohn famllr s i' 5 r and baullfu), n . i r gifted. In (he here msklng for ti e th Individual "f . r i rbla flrat piano 'a ' t 3 mother, from hla ' Ca i latent were do- 3 ' s ng of hi Realm, t tt c' ?' f wohn's lire not r '.t t! book of hla Sone Without Word." In that rltv to the end h had an en thuxlaatlc at my of admirer, loved and wa beloved by the Kncllah public In all he made ten vliu tnKncland A aiutrt time before hladeath h Journeyed tu lindon to conduct of a aorU philharmonic concord Of hi work aa conductor there aland forth most prominently 'hla din tlnmilihetl aervlcen while director of Dm Oewandliaua, In IhU city of Haxony he wag very much at home, very happy, hi work much appreciated n It waa not ajwny In hip home city of llerlln. In If.If. the of I.elpile created him doctor 1R3S to 1S41 ho of phlloaophy. roklded In Iilpilt, (be latter year yielded to the aollcltatlon of the king of Pruaala to return to Hcrlln. Official and court Interference attended hi of. fort In Iter II n, and he finally aked for liberty to withdraw, and found hla Ilpilc ' rd 1 acaln to Ixlptl;, For a brief he aarred aa' jnuilcal director at Dutaoldorf conducted at the Lower Ilhlne fettlvals; In England perform, an ccs of hi oratorio "KHJah" were given under hi direction. Way ea-ao- 4c!' . ui accustomed all and rvfluewent Me: j family moved to -I i wa ararcely three a (bin city bl J i. cbll. i "1 J wer liaised. The ' r t dlaolulluarlana: -kV, bird al v.ork at " an at ttv In the aI j tr j their tasks.' During I FiliI studied umtitr l.c i.n wat under lbs t tf a Zvlter and ':. a : or work with tii A .c ! cf nine ho k appearance, the ..Llnr favor In H r ! emured the Hlnga- r '' year lis began ' -7 ..ruiKJst! To this L1 lr 10 for uluno and ai r i plauo und vlollu, ft'' f ptec for tbn or and a caututa Ule tm Men. a' j bold musical per-- " ii pomtjrand Jlercu--t- i tie .omlng obstacles; r MendeUaohn' rootnpoaltlon from a. ' cr o the first were marked by flnlih and ne&tnea. lie corrected and reviled Of the with utmoit faitldlouanei. in an v of work left behind by him only t " f- t'-- -- 1 the brUfftt mention can be given. The "Mldaumuier Might' Druaui," tbe overture work of hi youth, itaud as t production. Ilia Orone of hi atorio, "lilljah" and "at. 1'aul," nro ruuked a the niont uotable of hla work. Other notable vocal work with orchetrtt are the aympbouy enn tata, "lAbgeang,u the "OutonburK Cuntata." the ballad "Die Krl music to the ebonite U-a- Antigone." "Alballo" nud "Audlpu lti U- jwg bom " i ci Jb 4lket. U I ! ( s .i ' u aaaUtlne, wire of the KreaU ubk immlcluu. Ho unity of lmvh.it hi. und ho alway con- con. nbeatra vry otbr i 1 ; ' tMulcal w work, at the dellsbtful If rk JL Ml- 1 "i I i OUf - -- ... III MU "Mid- u i vi i ui o at .......... I ' fk. H k r' rti r'- 111 .. ..... til' a j- n n t "ip year cd though given a .... .... . ouerk ... ioiiow. -, : , m. ,r '. . rk. . 1 uo by an m. bt Performance ii direction of '"heW l'aaalon." J,,.,., Iuiiiuu iwinniic ..... u.nu. .. Ul aenKUiion 1" 2' f. aK : ruviVBi. and auc I, In, 1 0 ,aPbiiarmon,OCOIl. opening lth hi C h author hlmef e"iil1on of hi i. krk tJ, l I . ' Ife'va.l Le, u mbu.hd tu. nt Culyiio" lla was author of much Important church inuilo lu addition to that mentioned; hi orcbeitrul worki Include four symphonies and several concert overtures; tbe chamber music includes seven a totiuta for violin and plauo, an octet for itrlng. und various other works. He wrote for the organ three preluded and fugues, six sonatas, prelude iu 0 minor; tbo piano compositions are numerous and distinguished. Fluency, grace and elegance are the chief technical characteristic of his music Mendelssohn was deeply Interested In the establishing or a school of music In Lelpxtg, and lu 1843 saw tills cherished wish fulfilled, this (he date of the opening of the Lelpilg conservatory. Ho labored unremittingly for tbo success of tho school, brought to It not only bis prestige, but a practical business ability of much value. Mendelssohn married at tbe age of 23, In hit maniago good fortune still faithful, young Ceclle Jsanrenaud of Frankfort, as amtablo and Interesting Hit domestic as she was beautiful. life was Idyllic, center of all Ceclle, us la shown In the letters. Ktye children were born to the pair, are Overwork and sudden shock thought to have been the cause of his death. Tbo unexpected loss of lUs father was a great blow; his mother's end occurred In the same way, and last came word (bat his sister Fanny, close friend and counselor, had been stricken while conducting a rehearsal of her Utile chntr. Felix never recovered from the shock of Fanny's death, a few month later death coming to htm. He was laid to rest In the Alte Drelfaltlgkelts Klrcbof la Uerllu, bis resting place marked by a ores. trlng-quar-tu- t, d sud-denl- KJiTtusjuNM form, residence of B, F. East Hickman Addition, was totally destroyed by fire yesler. May not make a house but it it the day morning about 10 o'clock, to gelher with a large part of the conmaking of a house and tho man whose tents. The fire was first noticed by house is painted neighbors, a small blaze coming through th: roof over the sitting room, supposed to have started from has confidence in its withstanding the a defective flue. An alarm was turned in, but Elements, besides being a pleasure to owing to the iacl this property is look outside the city limits, no water B. P. S. Paints are sold at could be had, and the building was "Ben Htir" at the Lyrjc Friday at the mercy of the flames. nightYou will miss quite a treat Fart of the furniture was saved, if you don't see it. This play has but the loss on this item will amount a run of several weeks in all the to more than the Insurance $300. large cities, and crowds are turned Mr. Mayers also carried $500 on Aged Lady Dies at Cayce. Ten For Acquittal. away every night. You see it in the building, but will lose about $300 Hickman for five and ten cents. Mr. Emma Johnson, one of the The trial of Ed Marshall, a con or $400 on it. night rider and prominent and pioneers of Fulton county, died at Mr. Mayers will rebuild in a short fessed See "Ben Hur" at the Lyric to. Obion county farmer, the home of her son, Heschell Johno morrow night. time. came to an end today with a hung son, last Saturday. jury io for acquittal and 2 for Deceased was ninety-tw- o years ot murder in the second degree, age, and had resided in this section Marshall was charged with com the greater part of her life. For plicity in the killing of Capt. Ran many months she had been in dekin, at Walnut Log, last fall. He clining health, largely due to the said under oath that he made a tear infirmities of her advanced age, and ful appeal to the night riders not to her death was hardly unexpected. kill Rankin, while E. Rogers and D. As one of the oldest residents, Hicks, two of the witnesses say he Mrs. Johnson was known to & number did not. of our people. Her life was an example of noble Christian womanhood, Rush Creek. therefore needs no eulogy in this Will Clois and wife have a baby instance. Funeral services were held at the at their house. Congratulations. Sun home of Herschell Johnson Sunday Miss Mildred McGehee spent day with her friend, Mrs. Harry afternoon, burial taking place at the family cemetery, at the old home Sublett, at Clinton. place two miles west of Cayce. atDan Davis and Will McGehee The last sad rites were attended by tended the night rider trial at Una large concource of friends and ion City, Wednesday. relatives, among whom were great NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Mrs. George Johnson and daugh- grandchildren. ter, Miss Bessie, of Caycc, spent "3 Notions, Novelties, Men's Furnishings, House Fur Whether there are other children the day with Mrs. Walter Crostic, besides Arthur Johnson, of Paducah, nishings and many Special lots of Tuesday. and Herschell Johnson, of Cayce, merchandise offered in this Jno. R. Lunsford and wife and wr do not know. Herschell will be little Harvey, spent Saturday night remembered by most of the people with their parents, Jack McClellan of Fulton county as having made the and wife. at prices you will be very much surrace for sheriff in the recent cam prised to buy them at. Whooping cough has invaded our paign. The Courier extends sympathy to community. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fields' In consideration of the extremely low prices we make on baby has it, and also the children of the many relatives. all kinds of good merchandise, we must iosist on having SPOT Will Fields and wife. CASH with every purchase, as these low prices would be imGreen Adams and wife have reSpecial Call. possible if any part of our sales were carried on account. turned from Martin, Tenn., where We think, when you see the goods, you will be as well The Law and Order League will they have been attending the bed pleased to buy for cash as we will be to sell them. meet in regular session next Friday side of their sister, Miss Ellen evening, at 7 :30, at the court house. Your visit to the Adams, who has been seriously ill A full attendance is desired, as busi with measles,, ness of importance is to be attended The remains ot Aunt Emily John- tc. son as she was affectionately called, The ladies, are earnestly request of our store, we are sure, will be a genuine treat, as we have on were laid to rest in the family burial ed to be present, also. In that section an attractive assortment of new goods, display Thus ground, Sunday afternoon. every item a rare bargain such as we have never seen in this J. W. Cowgtll, President. passes away one of Fulton county's vicinity. 2 She was the wife old The new Steamer H. W. Buttorff, of William Johnson, whom she sur- put in commission by the wholesale vived many years, and the mother merchants, of Memphis, put into of Messrs. Jerry, Herschell and Sam port at Hickman last week on her to come and see us and get acquainted, stay as long as you like, Johnson, all of Cayce, a Mrs. Rus- initial trip. This boat will run you are welcome. whether you buy or not, sell, of Fulton and P. Johnson, of from Memphis to Cairo, weekly. Union City. Deceased was ninety-tw- o She is In charge of Capt. J;sse years old. Irwin, for many years in the Lee Line service, who is an experienced Married Last NUjht. A Salt Farm. WRINKLES AND BEAUTY. river man. The Buttorff line Is the Miss Mattie Bushart, of West result of alleged high rates the Lee strangest farms in the One of the "ItnUatlon on tho faca of If tho Bus-har- t, Line is charging, which the whole other gtrl'a complexion. world is situated .in Southern Cali- Hickman, daughter of N. J. was married at the sale men of Memphis clai.ns was de deceased, fornia, 2CS feet below the level of An old fashion Is old, but an ancient trimental to their business. And the sea. The place is known as home of M. L. Bushat last night, at fashion Is always modern. i o'clock, to Lewis Easley, of Nashthis theory is plausible, since the Salton. It Is a salt farm of about A woman's smile must cover a mul- Lee Line, has had a monopoly of (he 1 .000 acres. salt lies as ville, by Rev. L. M. Blaney. Here the of sins, for (hat's all Eve won river business between these points The wedding was quite a surprise. titude deposited by nature, from six to Mr. Easley is a baggageman on Auy woman will adopt the latest for some time. Evan Faris is (he sixteen inches in depth. The salt wrlukles to effuco them. agent at this place for the new line. farmers are busy harvesting this the N. C. & St. L., running between Nashville and Chattanooga. To preserve your complexion keep crop the year round, and although The bride and groom left at 10 130 It lu a cold place securely corked. Farmers May Pool. the harvest has continued for over during which time for Nashville where they will make twenty years, The average woman would rather The court of appeals at Frankfort, double own to a "double life" than more than 40,000 tons of salt have their future home. today, construed the pooling act as chin. They have our best wishes. been harvested, only ten of the 1,000 passed by the 1906 general assembly acres of the farm have been worked. "A pluguo ou my lover1 Jealousy!" to mean that farmers may pool crops One of the most enjoyable affairs cried the pretty shop girl. "Why The salt is first plowed up into fur manuof the week was the reception given wasu't I horn plain, like the society to obtain higher prices but rows ; it is then thrown into conical facturers, trusts and combines may 'Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. D. B, beauties?" piles by men with barrows, after not unite to enhance the price of Wilson and Mrs. Finlay Randle, at MUSINGS. which it is taken to the reduction their products beyond its real value. the latter's home. Progressive raf- works near by, and put into marketwe trust the sincerity of those The case at issue was the comCau itles was played, there being ten able condition. The work is done people who "make up" their minds? monwealth against the International en- tables, and much Interest and by Mexicans and Chinese, the in thuslasm'manifested in tbe games. Tbrow worry to the winds. The Harvester Company on appeal from tense heat beiug more than Amerl The lower Red carnations were presented the next hreeie will waft It back to you. Hardin circuit court. cans can endure. court sustained the demurrer to the guests as favors. An ice and salad A California peach under pink moscourse alid salted nuts were served, quito netting that Is painting the Indictment brought against the harStatements are out to the creditors vester company on the ground that Misses Lillian Leach and Mabel lily! company of of the McDowell-Frankli- n the indictment failed to state that serving. Wilson assisting in the The Southern Insurance Co., a this city, to the effect that the comMrs, Rob Helm, of Helm, Miss., fire insurance company doing an ex the harvester company had enhanced pany has agreed by mutual consent and Miss Lillian Leach, of Wingo, tensive business in Kentucky, went the value of the machinery above its to disolve and that this step will be real value. were but of town guests. into the hands of a receiver this taken In the near future. The firm The defense of the company was Lyric tomorrow night, "Ben week. has been one of the most prominent act of 1890 was that the anti-truIn the city for the past several Hur." Walter Thomas, who has been vis repealed by the act of 1906. The years. Fulton Leader. J. A. Moore and J. T. Stephens iting his sister, Mrs. B. Parham, re- two acts were not in conflict, but the went to the Lake Tuesday afternoon turned to his home in Sharron, company goes free on the construcWedC. L. Walker went to Cairo tion of the Indictment. Tenn., today, for a few days' duck shooting. nesday night ou business. five-roo- m Build Warehouse. For a consideration of $500, the Hickman Hardware Co, has purchased the lot between (he Price House and the Henderson corner, and are now grading preparatory to erecting a warehouie. The building will be Iron-cla33x99 feet and will have a concrete wall on the north. Since the Henderson building burned, this big concern has been greatly handi-cappe- d in the matter of itoragr room. The lot was purchased from parties in Florida. Will Destroyed by Fire. The Mayers, In PAINT With B. P. S. Paints at HELM & ELLISOIST 4 well-to-d- E. R. Ellison's NEW CASH STORE will open at 9 o'clock, Saturday," Jan. 30th ! I or 1 Bargain Section 3 a land-mark- s. Everybody Invited WW st i. Convention Can Farmers Society of Equity met at At a meeting ( ,he State Line, Jan. 22nd. Pres. W unmet uemoctjt. f, kfiiU n mitt,. V..1.I ... . them B. McGehee staled that the object of the meeting was to discuss wheat , ' Of ft. .... .u r w -w man ivinir a bins. McMurray brothers have bin manufactured by G. M. Boll & rtirrlnr Co., Wichita, Kansas. i. m Wj1(B wumhiki inn t v ii; i. . . w where you may get your This bin was set up on their farm wcic picicmeu a., j Drug wants at P'cd and filled with wheat last summer, The Legltlali.e 1 any hour T. H. McMurray explained the con cratlc Executive i DAY OR NIGHT struction of this bin and showed th First Represents!... (rood points of its mechanism. This tucky, In lemon . brought out a very interesting dis Chairman at Ci Drug store Gowglirs 4 Uturjj cussion in which H. C. Matson, W Jan. 23, 1909, -- !' it lot, (Incorporated) Geo. B. Threlkeld and M. Shaw. house of the turn e oralis Mm. .unci .. l I It'll. others took part. ""M . i., . r , . TUIJl Roll of Honor. As the roads were heavy some of ..-- I. II... Ti . The second examination at the us got in late and hd to adjourn ear i i. It Hickman College has just closed and ly so we could get home ; therefore posed of Fulton " . .. o .1.. 1 o'clock next : we decided to meet at the following are the leaders 3 o'clock p r Friday, at State Line, and discuss at SENIORS All farm , 97.6 the subject thoroughly. ior tne purpose i Rose Campbell 96 ers and friends to farmers are in gates Ida Uistn u Lillian Choate 7' hdll ill Plln, 93, vited to attend this meeting whether Nell Bondurant I they believe in our society or not March 24, 1909. a '.k juniors 98 They can reap the benefit ot our ex sianuard time, f.r i Lois Bartlett nominating a Dem Mnocrie Le Rice 94.4 perience in sending for this bin. If Uiisl 90.6 it proves to be a success, they will lot Kepresentatt.e f.r uiid. Dora Cavitt know where to get a good wheat bin in the next .ren4 AtKci:; TENTH GRADE 97.7 if it proves to be a failure, they will Emma Tyler .. . .i The basis of 96.2 learn. There was some discussion Ola Monan '. be one delegate v. if f:t ittrj 92.5 about clover seed, but it was all cut Elise Luten and fraction over short for the want of time. NINTH GRADE If orBryan and Kern a Will Clark came in late, but said 96 Cecil Barnes f tilt Ni'w We are election. Said pre 95.6 he had to hancr his meat. LonNavlor f ... . t i ... . Nannie Smith ings snau oe cane I 'eihtrbit .. -- .94.4 glad he has a bountiful supply and it precinct commilte- e- , 89.6 did not eet spoiled as some of our Pansy Weatherly 1 members and friends who killed ear ent, who shall prrs EIGHT GRADE 5 it,. nenl chairman ts r, (! is . 97 Lillie Coffey case of Ihe hir S. H. Linder was on the jury and 95 iv. Irene Thompson............., committeeman al tK .i . ii.i.v. We 94 could not attend the meeting. , Maggie Ridley it. A ing such mass 1 ? ty. ru Lizzie Pickett .90.4 met Berry Threlkeld on the road and crats present nu, rn 88.4 he said he had not heard of the Cyrus Oliver HAnder-spa-mad- e" - ..j.i. nvn into a 88.4 meeting but wanted to attend the Paul Choate nn, nf llitr nnp . r . i -4 next meeting and renew his subscrip Chester Barnes ....88.2 : . tion to A'. kr.;j I presiding officer SEVENTH GRADE refit. Al Thomas was bussy weighing 97 Gladys Caldwell - ---k llAr r ll Or Wftlllil Fern Bryan 90.6 corn and hauling off corn at $3.25 ablc to vote, ana a.a Roy Jorney 86.2 per bbl., yet some people tell us that itc their purpose t a j t :l 86 farmers have accomplished nothing Ella Co rum Well, maybe it just Don McNeil 86 by organising. .. .. happened so" that we raised the support tho nommr-- 3 pr Nellie Glaser 85.4 are qualified to v.'e a 85.2 largest crops the world ever heard Barry John meetings. of and received good prices for them SIXTH GRADE W. N. Brasfield phoned us that Uil the above bai t 1 t'tttm Grace Campbell........ i .97.5 tion the precincts w,. 96 his wife was sick and he could not Lexie Rice r ....... .. the following delega'' 95.3 leave home. We are very sorry for Baltzer Dodds East Fulton - 6 l'.-fi'95 his good lady and hope she will be Marshall McDaniel ... 't West Fulton 6 Fay Glaser 94 fully recovered by next Friday for Lodgton 3 de.ef 86.5 we miss brother Brasfield very much. Thelma Baltzer Cayce 5 delega n We hops to have a grand rally the . FIFTH GRADE Milton Hackelt ; State Line 2df.fgaM ......96.7 29th at State Line. Celeste Roberts 94.4 East Hickman A '.'gi'.u. Secretary. Emma B. Mayes Old Hickman -93.5 In Five Minutes. Hundred-Dolla- r Night Rider Regalia. Rachel Kirabro leg'M Lyric Theatre West Hickman 92.5 Starter. Olney Johnson Sassafras Ridge 90.5 Take your sour stomach or may .. Capt. Chas. B. Rogan, who has The Lyric Threatre, under the An enthusiastic of the city, tells Emma Cook Madrid Bend -- 1 be you call it Indigestion, Dyspepsia, new management, continues to draw 90.4 the Courier he has S100 to donate to been for many weeks on active duty (ei((tte. Reel-foColumbus No. 1 FOURTH GRADE Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach ; it the usual crowds every night. The a baseball club if one can be organ upon the scene of action of the Columbus No. 2 Mary Tempa Burnett.... 97 take your stomach new opera house has been fitted com- disturbances, has an interesting doesn't matter ized here for the coming season Lilian Choate Clinton No. ...94 and and significant collection of Night trouble right with you to your Phar- modiously and the managers spare if necessary.'' "more Lucile Barnes Ginton No. 2 4 rftin Rider regalia. These relics, which macist and ask him to open a 50 cent no pains in catering to the wishes of This reminds us that Hickman n 2 Moscow Willie Perry 92.1 ought to have a good team. are expected to play a prominent case of Pape's Diapepsin and let the public. We 2 delegatf: Marie Caldwell you eat one 91 Triangule and Among the nojable signs flashed have good grounds, several boys part in subsequent proceedings Rossvllle- -l dilegi" Opal Barnes 90 who would make splendid against the Night Riders, consists see if within five minutes there is upon the curtain such as "Gentleolavers THIRD GRADE left any trace of your stomach men Please Remove Your Hals" Beelerton J degjt: with a little practice, and a number of five masks and two robes, and Sopha Lunsford Bennett 2 delegVf , .96.2 of men who will gladly finance the were found by Privates Stuart, Wal- - misery. Positively No Smoking" "Do Not Annie Russell Moore DUjjg 7 delegate The correct name for your trouble Spit Upon The Floor," etc. goes to 93.6 proposition. den and Johnson of Capt. Rogan's ; Lottye Rogers Spring Hlll-- 3de food souring ; show that perfect order is belnc 92.2 rM detachment, in an old tin bucket on is Food Fermentation Why not talk it up? Mayes Leet, Birtra Robertson, Vel- Pelo I delegate Nick's Towhead, an island in Reel the Digestive organs become weak, maintained. Organize a team, g;t the ground ma Swift, Cecil Roper, Paul Stahr.... there is lack of gastric juice ; your Total 70 delega1.! The stage has been fitted through in shape and have a Rood season's foot Lake. Mott Av li . Chra. food is only half digested, and you out with new scenery, comfortable 91.8 sport. Capt. Rogan will turn them over E. B W" r x Ser become affected with loss of appetite, dressing rooms, and there have 6een to Attorney General Caldwell for . Want State-Widuse as indicated, lhese accoun pressure and fullness after eating, 100 new chairs aflded to the house. Paper Changes Hands. vomiting, nasea, heartburn, griping trements bear signs of having been The management informs us that n league forces, en- Hugh Overstreet. who has been in bowels, tenderness in the pit of we may expect some . . I .. l. .. good, clean, up VUU. dLIC ..... Ui i. . i it. r-- r uviti " 1UIC r xennes. editor and publisher of the Ballard used and have been identified by u.aKCuuy conuiuons m rr. ; I r n Frank Fehringer, the names of the stomach, oad taste in mouth, consti- to date shows in the near future. uaa a.c p.cpanng xor a Farmers Hdw. Co campaign Yeoman duo Uthul n WlrkllftV h,. alleged owners not yet being given pation, pain in limbs, sleeplessness, Enterprise and push are running in Kentucky, and the leaders of the sold the oaoer. having nn Frjdia! r in Arrangements ha out on account of their having not belching of gas, biliousness, sick mates that insure a successful termi movement are of the opinion that account of his health. Wearesorrv headache, nervousness, dizziness nation of any undertaking. (or t . been completed yet been apprehended. i to lose ivir. uversireet uom our ". iv and many other similar symptoms. Let er go boys, we are with you. thi I.tnrnln monum'.1 CI W tne state mat makes so much whisky ranks. ihe robes are constructed very If your appetite is fickle, and in i.nriif. rniniv. wi'ic . way Ul uiiiwmg. The new owner and Dublisher is much after the general fashion of nothing tempts you, or you belch Lincoln was born. I n yii n Fell Under Train. uneoruary 16, 17 and 18 the the Hon. Thos. R. Du.iw nf rvr. long overcoat, and show saddle marks gas, or if you feel P'e,ttl bloated after eat- velt and his Cabinet w..l and other indications of having seen atuic convention of the league will rinth. mi... tt. i. a Beacher Guinn, a . .... ami .n. . Pr.tiJra' i. ne ing, or your food lies like a lump on reo. lJtn, be held in Louisville and nearly tlcal newspaper man and member of service on horseback. The masks rpfh of lead on your stomach, vou can gro boy, while trying to board a local will make his last completely cover the head, having fi c'.ee 1,000 temperate advocates from ev the Mississippi L gislature. He will make up your mind that at the bot freight train In this city, Saturday, fore he retires fr: eye, nose and mouth holes, and con cry county in the State will be there. move to Wickliffe at once. torn of all this there is but one cause fell beneath the wheels and his left thousand people are eiF i'J tain tassels and crude artificial whis National leaders of the movement fermentation of undigested food. foot was mashed off. The accident Of will attend. The good showers of rain this kers. The openings at the mouths . . yi TI X l?rn.V, nnil Vf rrovc xo yourseu, aner your happened between two trestles, near M It Is understood that a resolution month, followed by a heavy snow is show that the wearers were both the railroad Mexico, ar. vl m wood, New next meal, that your stomach is as will be offered and adopted calling certainly fine on the wheat crop and smokers and chewers of tobacco. The boy claims that one of his man, Friday, and w. spend1? good as any; that there is nothing on Governor Willson to call an extra ought to increase the yield per acre Capt. Rogan is especially elated companions pushed him to tlwtt he weeks with the latt-r- 's Wu really wrong. Stop this fermenta session of the General Assembly tola few bushels, as well as destroying over the unearthing of this unusual fell under the moving car, tut soms C. Lunsford and wi'Vineu" tion and begin eating what you want pass a uniform county unit bill. The a larg per cent of the Hessiaiflies. and gruesome paraphernalia, in view without fear of discomfort or misery, of the men In chartre of the train. Mr. and Mrs. FrenrMav of their great possible value in fu ' present statutes do not apply to Almost instant relief is waiting who saw the boys, say they were all Lakewood for two yur , " ture prosecutions. counties containing the larger cities. One of the fea for trying to "hop" the train. far own a large fruit you. It is merely a matter of tures of the recent Night Rider trial rake w It is claimed that the resolution will Drs. Hubbard and BUckford am turn to Oklahoma It will be better for you to have how soon you take a little Diapepsin. was of like material, the out that the platform of the point putated the mangled member. a bottle of home instead of New M'ic habit of the clan in burning their re Republican party demanded this Guinn has been driving Biters- "Where, 0 where, are the mos. ol tir-- .i rinr-- 1 bO1" galia rendered it practically impos- qultoes of yesteryear?" asked a worth & Prather's dellvnry wagon legislation and it will 'be claimed on hand when some of the sible to obtain incriminating articles Hickman poet. You can search me until the accident, and will l re- the largest Sunday . W llt that the people of the entire State children start coughing at night of this nature. nce of any church ,,h'r,lir. rtll. but we know where a fellow can membered, too, as having K dleftgtir are demanding it. to wish you had. Family size bvndred and thirty v ed spine. a buy dandy bull pup for $10. bottle 25c. Engraved cards and embossed tended last Sunday Th In" the world for The best coffee HELM & ELLISON 20a a pound. We can prove it, tatlonery and cards of every deREX Phosphate hits the soot. Luther Watson was hero from cvMplimentry to the " scription at this office, Bettersworth & Farther. Call (or it at Cowgill's. Mayfield, Saturday, .undent, E. N. Dr prescriptions fitted Qlck iy and Accurately take you wish to have your F. S. of E. Meets. Cowgill's Drug Store COMING! Mr. McDermott, ' ft if. . representing A. E. Anderson, America's foremost tailors, will be at our store on -- Ha; .. and Wednesday, j" J. February 2 and 3 . .... and' a cordial invitation is extended to YOU to call and see the beautiful line of retr--fr..,..- samples of men's Spring and Summer togs. you think it is a little early to der a suit, it will be alright to have your measure taken now, while we have a man of years' experience present, and the suit can be delivered at any time you want suit, ask anybody that wears That's our best one how he likes If you have never worn an -- , - , r.-c- "-j- -. erence. t- Your clothes will look better and cost less if they come from this store. 'Remember the date and place. it L Bradley Parham n y.-fX- ot 1- -- deler;-Oakto- e. ..... Anu-oaioo- 1 lr- ' w '' .. 1 tool-hous- e. .J1" e tir.l.., f'-'r- We Cover 8,500 Square Ft. of Floor Sp ace We cover 8500 square feet of floor space in our store and ware-house- s. It has been said "if you go to Hickman, you can't get what you want." Take it back ! We know we've the BEST hardware and. implements that's made. We are a little CHEAPER than any house in Tennessee or Kentucky. Why? Because we buy it just as cheap as John D. Rockefeller could, and have the world beat on freight rates. If you dont believe we're talking sense, just give us a chance to prove it Hickman Hardware Company, Incorporated T 11 a 11 1 Amateur Musical Club. Dorena. Will Clevidence, of Wolf Island, was in this vicinity, Saturday. Mrs. Farmer and children, of Maiden, are visiting relatives here. W. C. Bryant, of East Prairie, is in the neighborhood, on business. Sam Lee and wife, of Medley, By ladies of Episcopal Church visited Mrs. Byasse last Sunday. CAST OF CHARACTERS: Misses Maud Townsend and Lil.Miss Louise Atwood Bride C. P. Shumate Groom lian Hall were in Hickman, Satur: A. M. Tyler Minister day, shopping. Clarence Reed ., Baron . Clarence White and T. L. .Miss Irene Faris Baroness transacted business in CharlesMisses Annie Cowgill and Mayme Naylor Bride's Maid Harold DeBow and Warren Ellison Groomsmen ton, last week. Miss Analynn Dodds Ringbearer Some young people from here atMisses Celeste Roberts and Anneta Dodds Pages tended the Pie Supper Friday night, Miss Marie Brevard Housekeeper at James Bayou. Mrs. H. N. Cowgill, Miss Mrs. Chas. Travis, Guests Nell Rogers, Mrs A. M. Tyler and escorts. Messrs. De Fields and Vaughn, Maidsof-Hono- r ..Mrs. T. T. Sf ayne and Mrs. F. S. Moore. of East Prairie, are in the neighbor, Mrs H. F. Remley Receiving Lady T hood buying cattle. Miss Ruth Walker May Queen Twelve Harp Girls. Rev. Gray, of Columbus, preachSixteen Garland Girls. ed to the people of Locust Grove Twelve May Queen Attendants Sunday and Sunday night. Jno. Primrose and Arthur Perry-maThe first fleet of Pittsburg coal to of Kenton, were here last week, Today at noon the Cuban people were given their liberty and will be pass Hickman since June 230 days visiting the family of Mr. Byassee. came by Saturday, towed by the allowed to govern themselves. Ever The people of Locust Grove are since May, 1902 the Americans Oakland and Jno. B. Findlay. The going to organize a Sunday school two carried about eighty barges, the first Sunday in February. Every have been in control. Since the Law and Ordef League heavily loaded. River business is body invited to attend. was organized, there is a decided beginning to pick up now so that it Miss Jessie Green, Route 1, and change for the better in the moral looks likeold tines. Mrs. G. L. Carpenter is quite sick W. D. Wade, Route 2, are new sub tone of the city, especially noticeable scribers. this week. on Saturday and Saturday night. 3 r ! ,1 II ueJt f 1 M. A 1 The Amateur Musical Club met with Mrs. C. F. Baltzer, Monday -j j evening and a very inleresting was rendered. The Club will meet with Miss Mary Waters on z sii n at Fultton, this Feb. 8th. Following is the program. of Route J. has MOSZKOWSKI EVEMNG. Tenn. Walker, paitor of the Ijfn nml Worku if Ooimiir MIm lrl pro-gra- m "THE LOST BRIDE" At the Opera House, Tho P.rntnrf Chas. Rudder Heard In ?H$tbh , has a very sick Tuesday Night, February 2nd child. Cairo and Paducah are reported to have small pox. Judge W. A. Naylor and family spent Sunday with Cayce relatives. Mrs. John Cotton returned Satur day from Union City where she has been visiting her mother. The hottest day we ever felt for the time of the year was Saturday. The temperature ran up to 81 in the shade. . The New Dry Goods and Special ly Cash Store opens Saturday with a house full of bargains. You are invited to come and see. A. A. Faris informs us that the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. will receive a. barge of Pittsburg coal the latter part of the week. Don't forget the preaching ser vices every Thursbay night at 7 'clock at the Chapel in West Hick man. Kev. waters will interest you. The court of appeals, in the case appealed from Sturgis, has decided that the union of the Cumberland and Presbyterian churches was legal. udge Nunn dissenting. Don't forget we will have an ex- pert cutter and fitter at our store next Tuesday and Wednesday. Have your measure taken now and get your suit when you want it. Brandley Satisfaction guaranteed. I -- rch, at . . Ciyce, wai a lllo. IMoiio-ft u L...' ! .i T ' al inn onice, n credit. t Hf lirrUiiu. MiMkimkl Mr. ('. iuc- - r.lUIKor. Vixnl lurtl Jll,r Jolinalon and KuqMit. AlllilrOtimvlll. . r-- Pay cash qun. f I" - foods al 'ovr prices." '?ew Cash Store and see Awnkrnlnv MUi MarKUxrltr Mry Vlrr. Mc-Cla- in Ku- - Itnnu I'Ikvik. Soliml MIk Jolinttini. left Sunday night Church Social and Grand Rally. L ii, where he will purchase On Thursday evening at 6 o'clock 'L f spring goods for the the members of the Christian church rgf L 2": .f r of Bradley 4: Par- - and their friends will hold a social at their church to which all are inRe W M Metheny will preach vited. Lunch will be served free. A silver offering, however, will be ac.ted to come out and cepted. This is to be a grand rally, and a good social time is promised. Come r r neighborhood town You are out and enjoy yourself. air uiuiu CIUUUICU UVCI welcome, and your presence is heartiexteniion of the ..al Vl ' ..niiriii Tl T. irom np- - ly solicited. iv. ft. 3 Hickman. The com- J. C. Speight, of May field, in the -, .. JUUUS1UUI1 10 UIG First district, is an applicant for the .. ' II. .mi aim tikKCU iui aOwensboro collectorship to succeed nwu am 111 UUHUU1U inc E. T. Franks. I 11 Dn Leader. P L LraJy -- '. , n, i..v Vm ::'p-pla- ted 1 I - " i rr -- tendent of Public In. I rabbe ha announced Ku-uEducational axso-'r iur 11s iniriy-eigni- n ftacr at Estill Springs, Ir- -- I ' a Her c.ai :! ii.araEes are offered this ever r before, Including at the hotels and in anu iree use of the bailrscu, tennis courts, etc. Every Inch of Cloth of &Parham. The Steamer Peters Lee has been put back in the Memphis-Cincinnatrade, and made her first trip up Saturday, arriving at Hickman about The line 3 o'clock in the afternoon. has been temporarily suspended since June, on account of the low stage of the Ohio river. ti n'fj ..i-.ii- cj, used in the making uiau uc Pl,t f -r M secured. .aayna i:n f i"-- ,. ' "rs J f 1 U.3 Christ." l.iviteil .1 r spealc m., at the Chris- the subject, "The ., n,.,.i aim nine ... HI "imu -,, r ,0 lh pi h Pf OurCotho-rmatii.ierma- L Blaney will International Clothes is ALL WOOL pi County, n " P'a!;V 111 M ... lrv.,, Lutherans I,lm nt rrr -- 'r 1 ':,,1hMflope of heaven 'jtJHS and nothing but wool I The cheapest as ivell as Ihe most eipenshe fabric in the line Is should henr thta An election was held in Mississip Missouri, last Saturday for the purpose of deciding whether the local option law which has been in force for five years should con tinue or be repealed, and by an over whelming majority those who favored local option, or the "drys" won by a vote of 1249 against 498. Three States was the only precinct without wet" votes Dorena, 6 "wet 41 rji.'' rap.' 'r f'r Mr,- -, hM a forcc of : 'nctl0f work now prep- 'M '.iiKtn a huge electric 'r ,fK. wlilf.li in iin US T Dignity of ALL WOOL FABRICS-PLU- S GUARANTEED AS SUCH I o- - "dry." 1 Style-Pl- us POPULAR PRICE ;r ; m 'he rivir nni or Vards- wlnn n ni el .!. A THE SPRING LINE, which comprises the largestVange of patterns and colorings ever shown A look in this city, is ready for your inspection. will convince you. ri re ami jf three most THESE, are theInternational in Clothes-whi- ch prominent made-to-ord- er Li as soon hs WU comiiW.t. IouMe4 by 4!!,.;, ,, if added together, make a total of matchless service, -:- Maid & Naylor ' wildly, n,ltaKaln--- s St A special from Nashville, Tenn., t-oaraon, says: k. w. conu, or r Tenn.. a hamlet in this county, is today paying one of the freak wag ers made on the passage of the State-Wld- e Prohibition Bill in the Tennessee Legislature. He Is crawling on his hands and knees from his home seven miles out on the Hydes Ferry Turn p i k e , to the public square in the city. He began the journey at an early hour this morn-Inand Is expected to finish late In afternoon, the n. RESEARCH WORK MISUNDERSTOOD True Scope of Government' Agrlcul tural Experiment Stations I Not (By kansas Experiment Station.) An Agricultural Experiment Station Is primarily a rcsoarch Institution; secondarily, ono for tho dissemination Its of knowledge, rclatlvo thereto. object is to study tho underlying Involved In tho science of ng rlculturo and then to placo tho rosults of such study nt tho disposal of tho prln-clple- a Thoroughly Realized. P. Adorns, Acting Director, Ar chalantly; "I Just sleep nnd I sleep right." Naturally, for words aroused aomo curiosity, and a discussion followed ns to Just what was meant by tho words "sleeping right." After listening for sotno tlmo to the conjectures and questions of tho group ot girls with whom sho was conversing, tho girl agricultural profession. whoso careless words had sot tho ball The experiment station In its func- our experiment stations at present ot conversation rolling condescended tion as a research Institution, Is often aro ways and means for the diffusion to explain. "In tho first place," she said. "I misunderstood. This Is because tho of facts among peoplo whoso taxes term "research" Is an unknown quan- create and maintain them. by which sleep with tho windows open. Nothing Is worse for ono's health and good Thcro nro three methods tity with a great many people. Two tho station can placo Itself Into true looks than alcoplng In a room where a "test" Is looked upon ns being often with tho farmer; first, tho windows aro closed and the air Is a piece of research, while in reality demonstration work; second, farmora' Impure. Then I sleep on a bed that it is something far different. A test Institutes, and third, bulletins, nows- - Is hard rather than soft. Too soft a docs' not' yield nbsoluto knowledge, papor articles, etc. All of these moth bed Is enervating. "Then I sleep on a pillow that Is but places the tester in a frame of ods, named In order of their Impor mind to believe that something is tance, may bo known collectively at hard and small. I am careful to bo warmly covered, but I bavo tho covergoing to happen Just because it did "extension" worH. Until recent years bulletins, and an ings light ot weight and pllabto. 11 Is once before. It doos not tell him that something is compelled to take placo occasional Iccturo by a Btatlon man, better to havo lighter covert and If nature's energies are properly! wero tho only means ot Imparting moro of them than two or thrco heavy brought to bear on each other. Tho useful knowlcdgo to tho farmer. Ex horse blankets that tiro the body latter U what research does. It gives perience has taught tho station, how merely by resting on it. "No matter how late I cot home, I to man a law and dispenses with the ever, that bulletins are poor conveyservices of tests, trials, etc., which ors ot Information, ns compared with always follow out a regular program occupy tlmo. Tests, however, have actual demonstration. Tho nverags before I nm settled for tho .night I, their part to play and will be consid- man would much rather sco some first of all, take a warm bath. Then ered In connection with my treatment thing than read about It; so a woll I rub down well with Turkish towels. of the dissemination of useful knowl- conducted demonstration In a commu When I nm all aglow I slip on gown edge. nity Is of, moro value than all that ana bathrobe, put my feet Into warm The idea of research carries with printers' Ink and verbal Juggling can slippers, and then drink a cup of hot It, necessarily, that of unsolved prob- bestow. with Individual milk andI cat a cracker or two. massage my face for about ."Next lems, and aa tho primary function of farmers themselves is tho Ideal and a station Is one' of research, It should only wny for an experiment station flvo minutes with cold cream. I put be organized and sustained accord- to servo its constituents. It might another flvo minutes Into tho work of my hair vigorously. Then ingly., Investigators of tho highest seem a great undertaking to start brushing I am ready for bed, clean, warm, and type 'are' absolute essentials, as they of this kind, but expe well fed, are really the foundation upon which rience teaches tho practicability ol of havingand with a comfortable sense performed every duty that an experiment station rests. Flno tho project I should have performed. buildings and structures aro beauti"I know that sometimes ono feels . ful to behold, but they give up no seFarmers Will too tired to get ready to sleep right crets. Good farms will always yield In every community is to bo found Ono comes homo fagged out. and the crops, even under untoutorcd tillage, a man who Is willing to placo bit ono thought In tho mind Is to get Into Is unrelenting with her en- dairy, Acid or as nature orchard at tho disposal bed as quickly as Is possible. This ergies, but Just how and why they do, of the experiment station, provided Is all wrong. I have dono this and she remains silent How nature utilthe latter furnishes plans. Informa have found that after I was onco unizes her energies is tho problem for der the covers I was Incapable ot the Investigator so that man can tion and all guldanco necessary for sleeping. I was cold, nervous, and take better adrantage or her re- the proposed demonstration. The hnd a wretched feeling that my face To win success his prepara- building of a dairy barn, under the was dirty and my hair tousled. After sources. tion must be of the best. Nature is Immediate supervision ot a man fron a fow ot theso nights I made' up my Just. as obstinate In denying man her tho experiment station. Is far bctte mind that, no matter how late tho secrets as she is untiring In her ef- than communication hour or how tired I felt, I would get forts to feed his hungry body. through bulletins. Tho establishment ready for bed in a proper manner and Demand 'for Investigators Is Growing. of proper crop rotation! tho conduct. sleep right To answer this, fundamental re- Ing ot orchard planting and its sub"As a rule, I sleep about nine hours. quirement of research the demand for sequent caro, or tho development ol and I find that I do not feel right ungreater: auy phase of agrlculturo can bo. car less I get fully this much ros't.,. Sleep investigators is becoming every year. Part of the federal ap- rlcd on directly between the farmer Is not only tho power that keeps me propriation, tho Adams fund,, can bo and the cxporiment station, Every well and full ot energy, It la my. medi used only for tho highest grade of community should have a demonstra- cine No matter how poorly I am feeling, a good, sound sleep will usual j research work, and It the stations' tion farm of some kind. Around this tho institute work ly set me right" efforts do not measuro up to that This girl has, In reality, solved tho standard tho fund, reverls fo the Uni should center. In order that the InPhysicians ted States treasury. It behooves col formation reach tho greatest number. problem ot right living. leges to lay special stress on the Here the station man should cxpToln agreo that sleep does moro tor the training of Investigators, otherwise why such and such things are carried human body than any other one thing. the fundamental requirement of the on In certain manners on the demon- Therefore, If a woman would bo beau experiment stations will not be an stration farpj. After this, the bulle- tiful, and well, and a pleasant person swered. To this end I quoto from a tin then serves its purposo by being to have about, alio must sleep and recent report by the Commission on a ready reference, wherein tho farm-e- r sleep right Agricultural Research: can look up details. The old methHOLDER FOR THE HATPINS. 'Tho development of research effort od of putting a bulletin Into the field has not been symmetrical and log' and demonstrate some fact, either Adornment for Room In Cheaply-Madrotation plan or leal. Adequately trained men havo through tests, Contrivance. not been provided In sufficient num spraying procedure; then. In the ber to expend in the way of capable farmers' institute, all these things An attractive hatpin holder which Investigation the entire . amounts of should bo carefully explained. This may bo cheaply made, yet Is quite an national and stato appropriations that renders tho bulletin more intelligible. adornment to a girl's room, is concocthave, been applied to agricultural re To properly perform its function! ed from a Ions. spool. These may bo search. This Is" ono of tho reasons and meet its obligations an 'experi- ot any desired alzo, but thoso which why the moro difficult agricultural ment, station needs two sots ot men. hold baby ribbon nro bust problems havo so largely remained Ono of theso carries on tho InvestiTho rims of tho spools aro finished untouched. gations and other disseminates useful In gold or silver paint and tho body "As to this matter, we may quoto knowlcdgo among tbo peoplo. Men covered with a gay bit of brocado, or from a personal letter of a ot tho latter group should have most a bit ot silk or embroidInvestigator: 'The demand fir of their tlmo to bo In different parts ered. As thoro Is no strain on tho agricultural research has been great- of tho I state organizing Institutes ..and outer part ot tho spoon, the covering er than the supply of men capable permanent instltututes of various can easily bo pasted. of carrying on research or educationNarrow ribbons aro tied to each end kinds. They should carry on al work. Tho agricultural colleges work with farmers in tho several to form a loop by which tho holdor is and the agencies of research havo districts, nnd in any and every way suspended. These aro finished at the been created by law, but tho law posslblo distribute practical Informa- top with a small rofcettc. Through (bo cannot create men. The agricultural tion wherever it might bo needed, heart of tho spool Is thrust a core of ff colleges have developed a consider-- I cork or of wool, through which tho men, able proportion of undertralced Nearly everybody could profitably hatpins aru easily stuck from either without poise or sustained Judgment, end. and. Under the.se conditions the, per- keep a few chickens, and there would In It for all who" have a Harmless Rouge. sonal element enters Into the work bo plcasuro Water In which boots hare been of the stato and national Institutions, fondness for birds and other animal and In the majority of cases most or life; If tho work was dono properly. cooked and to which a tablespbonful the difficulties arising in tho field Tho usual excuse Is that chickens pf alcohol has been added is tho only iaybe traced to the personal equa- are too much trouble Perhaps they harmless rouge. Tho January Dellno-ato" aro when kept the way most pjoplc tion'' or Inadequate men." fon town lots, Tho fault "It Is hero that tho standards of keep them education have a direct and Imme- gonorally lies with tbo method of the diate relation to tho quality of re- brecdor Instead ot with tho chickens. search effort. In thoso colleges of Thcro Is no excuse for tho filthy, ill agriculture in which high educational smelling yards and houses, nnd whor-ove- r these aro found thoy aro. an evistandards are maintained, tho various forms of agricultural research aro In dence ot laziness or neglect upon the g part of tho owner. There Is nothing general,' of high character, tedious or laborious about the work, to tho moro elovated tho academic administra- but thcro are Uttlo things (bat must tion. , A debasement of educational bo dono dally, and If theso aro done Ideas reacts with certainty upon the at tho propor time tho fowls need not work, of scientific Inquiry. In theso bo anything other than a pleaeure matters college authorities aro some-- and a profitable sldo lino. e well-know- n hand-painter. helpless In the face of uninformed Dooular opinion, which ratet tho Yftluu ot an Institution by the number of names in ' s catalogue." Investigator is Not Merely a curio. Tho Investigator, after being produced, cannot, howevor, work empty-handeIf, a roal luvostlgator Is the priceless possession ot a state, he it not to bo considered a curio, nor be merely tho recipient ot high admira tion. He Is In greater neod ot a lab oratory whcroln to carry on his In vesications; or a farm whereon to extend his research, nnd his time should not bo taken up by routine duties: cheaper mon can attend to them. Whlto the station should search for new truths, yot Its obligation to the farmer Is to present to him facts at ready worked out, and this dlssoml nit Ion ot knowledge should bo carried on In such n way as to bo oi Immedlato and greatest value. In fact, tho greatest needs of most oi tlmBS 5LEEP RIGHT On& of tbc First Requisites for Hsfclfcb and IBs.au4y. well-knowrest-fulnes- s SHADED Slarjt Has Been Atan doncd for a straight Line Effect. Fancy lamp shades havo assumed nn almost straight aide lino Instead of the slant which onco characterized theso dainty trifles of silk, brocade nnd flowers. Among tho newest French shades Is ono resembling a section of n cylln dcr having the uutaldo covered with Milan loco, In a rich yellow tint with a lining of silk. Tiny rose satin flowers border tho top, which Is finished with nn edge or gold laco with frlngo added to tho bottom. Each quarter of tho shado has n vertical row of tiny silk roses reaching Its entlro height. Theso aro placed. In douhlo rows In rather a conventional stylo without giving a stiff look to tho use ful ornament Fur a dlnnor tablo shade there la nothing moro attractive and pleasing than ono of silk fulled over tho framo and with a narrow gilt galloon at tho upper and lower edges. Then over tho shirred silk goes a lat tice of narrow gold ribbon with gold sequins holding the Intersections of roso-colorcrose-color- ed LAW ON WILD CABOOSE I .A I AICIII A 111 lit... HEJHES TRAIN fc-ni-- pp., CONDUCTOR SWINGS ABOARD AND WARNS ONCOMINQ FLYER IN NICK OF TIME. Col. Conductor William Denver, McCoy of the Denver & Illo flrnndo road, become tho hero of a thrilling rldo over La Vein Pass tho other morning. Hoarding a runaway ca booso ns it passed Wnlsonburg stn linn, going nt thn rato of SO miles nn hour and Raining momentum every moment, ho saved a passenger tram from wreck. McCoy was In tho depot when he heard tho sound ot tho approaching car. Thinking part of tho trnln which ho had como In on, and which ho had left to be switched, had broken loose, f A certain society girt who la noted for the freshness ot her complexion nnd tho general air ot and well bolng that seems to emanate from her was recently asked to tell tho secret ot how sho managed to keep so well. She answered non- ft. IsaaaaaaaaaM MiV. . Mil - WILLIAM In tho head for tit; -.....hi... ,4 dim wltlinnl hm i l ''I have brer, r ... A. t A M t- mr r. r 1 iV?0'1 ... v ... Q enMS . Itaelf, but fr jr jt ! havo used , the ribbons together. Gold passemcntcrlo Imparts a dainty touch to a dlnnor enndio shade which has tho frame covered with gold-coored silk shirred on rather full and tho top nnd bottom edges finished with gilt laco. Festoons of tiny gilt roses add a rich touch to this ornament. Tho flowers nro draped In shallow curves, with long dangling fringes or ropes ot roses trailing down the frame, whom tho festoons nro caught up to the top or tho shado. Flowered silk ribbon or material by the yard can be contorted Into most delightful lamp shade by shirring n width or length of it over a firm wire framo and lining tho shado with a thin silk. lloforo sewing on tho passcmentcrlo a short silk fringe can be fastened around tho bottom and then an silk or gilt galloon ho sowed ofer this, with passemen terie ornaments decorating tbo upper part at Intervals. For a moro elaborate and less substantial shado they are using tullo shirred very full over silk with fringes for tho bottom and passementerie trim' mlng tho top In a deep band. The een' ter ot the shado Is decorated with handsomo paxscmeiitcrie In an arbor effect, nnd tho whole shado Is then lined with rose or gold silk. Thcro aro fow colors suitable tor this purpose; rich yellows, rose pinks and cream col or produco vory good effects. l plain-colore- d Incb-wld- T? ,. !.. I. II u.t- -- ... . 1 111711. CHIT Mr. .MUIIVI, A Tli..,. . - ii . . llllt,, 11 CI, ll and was sore and t Bmn a" in ,. tci ' "I Jiau n w nWit to irlvo nr.' ' a. irr i enma.lin.l fnVrn "Aftrr I ii-- ing aim ipuimg. iiiKiii tin n lt " r V. H. MILLia 1 .1 llfill f'tl mi -f .. , 31 t He Wat Madly Signaling. the Oncom ing Train. ho ran out nnd saw tho caboose com U Ing down tbo track. Quick aa thought K your tiruetltl lar mfn. ho remembered that a paaaengcr train was coming In within a few minutes, Almanac tor iyuv. and that the flying caboose waa on HO TEMPTATION. tho same track. Ho took his' life In bis hands and swung on the runaway car. He tried to put on the brakes, but was tinatio (o. Something had given way, which n accounted for the car breaking loose. I Jab 111 h . At tho samo instant that ho learned ot 5C tho brake's failure to work he aaw thn distant light of the passenger train coming up tho divide. In a brief second he had taken the lantern from tho rear of tbo caboose mmm s? and waa madly signaling the oncoming with catarrh for e 3 ',."I think If 11. with calami x . J t vrntiui never regret t " Peruna Is v mi t- - 'vAJJ 1 m r IN VDQUD aro most stylish. Um aro for tho most part long, and flat, and straight Children's whlto fur hats sound a wido rango of style. Tho slipper Is colored to matoh or contrast with tho gown. Whlto fur of every sort and kind will be much worn tho coming winter. Plaids seem to be the favorlto wear for schoolgirls, both largo nnd small. Women's calling cards bavo changed slightly In shape and aro now almost square. The Bow Under the Chin. At small evening affairs whero slightly low gowns aro worn there has como about a pretty fashion of wear ing a band or colorod velvot ribbon around tho neck. This Is tied in n small flat bow di rectly under the chin, fllrls who havo good features and woll shaped faces should wear It, but it is rrther trying stylo. Ilodlcea aro absolutely flat nnd close- fitting. Skirts nro long, narrow and high walstedi- Tho vest Is an important featuro this winter. Hairpins with tho open arched tons Hats ar nearly all dark. The hlpless girl la In the holght of train. Kb It. Engineer Henthorno or tho iassen Um. I thllllM I lal.l :i ger train saw the signals, stopped his uiibuip ii no w 3 1 "elderberries" Is. ii c! tS train, and began to back up with all bcrrlos. possible speed. The wild caboose gained on tho en He Wouldn't St'.!. glno as' both neared the Junction, but :. Tbo owner ol tho train reached safety In tlmo tor n tato decided to sc tt 1 r ' brakeman to Jump off nud throw tho switch, permitting tho caboose to take cuiibuiivu nit ca a Y toward Trinidad. the I Ing tbo plare tt- - a ' On tho V track It soon struok the acrlntlon of It. ati e.'. ills heavy grndo on Tuna bill nnd stopped client for appriTa1 Tho passengers on tbo train did not know tho danger until it was all over. -v ir tun a v Then they realized Hint only tho pros his ebalr centence of mind of Conductor McCoy and r After tho fthe prompt notion ot Engineer Hen' silent a few r 1 prevented what would thoughtfully thorno hail 1 i IC probably huvo been a aevcro disaster. I'vo been looking f -- tht -- rl w - ' 3 FIGHT PERILS DIVER'S LIFE. ptaoo all my IK that desertpti- a HI No, 1 won t sc 1 - ' 4 w r Two Men Stop Pumping Air to Worker In River, Dut He Is Saved. New York. Left without air be causo tho two men whoso duty It waa to pump It to him had atopiwd work to fight each other, George Smith, a diver, barely encared death 60 feet un dor tho surface ot tho East river the other day. He was revived with diffi culty after bolng hauled out of the water, llenjamln Parkins, one ot the combatants In thn fight, is in a hospital with a' fractured skull, wbllo his assailant. Thomas Itussell, la under arreat charged with folonlous assault Smith was working on the hull of tho sunken sound steamer II. M. A disagreement between Whitney. Itussell and Parkins, who were working tbo air pump, was followed, ac cording to tho police, by Hussoll grabi blng a plcco of Iron plpo and striking Parkins on the hcud. Parkins full un conscious nnd Hussoll leaped ovwr- board and swam nway.. Moanwhllo tho diver, deprived ot nlr, was holpless and momentarily in danger ot death. Somo tlmo elapsed beforo thoso on tho dredgo realized his plight. Then two men Jumped to tho pump and others signaled tho dlvor. Thoy got no rosjionse and frantically began hauling Smith to tho surface. Finally tho dlvor was draggod out of tho water. Smith afterward said his sensations ps the nlr supply failed wero horrible. When ho felt the air falling ho signaled to his mates above, (lotting no reply on tho signal rope, bo watted to be drawn up, but felt the awful pres sure bearing him down. Just as be waa about to "go- to sleep," aa ho expressed It, ho full the air renewed, hat waa unable to reply to any - His Vccab. 7' Ho was an or vory particular n' ' ! r x speech, eons' an" i that bo would uso lie, however, aa t thon to associa' w "i Ho played with whllo one day 1 homo thcro was an t a' 'KJi bla faco. "1 llko that H f likn him vcrv bcautifullr. II k s r.:i 1 a. a-- It r;'s HER MOTHER IN Proved a Wise, Ccod frVi A to thoso who havo not. It Is directly copied from tho old Ilouchcr pictures and was adopted by the women ot that day. It is prettier when worn with a gown that Is not vory low, and It goes well with a slightly Bquaro neck. It must bo tied nt the vory lop of tho neck. It put nt tho base It de stroys tho linos from eartlp to mime woman jokes nolwlthstad V 'it is two rrara 1 InglI'OILUIU III UUI lyitroubled with! Ion win hlotchv C meals I often s ff -1 wlso, good friend nt :r T 1 . . 1. f. -- J" " T - Z. ' . often told me 11 . mon I. Hut w! 1 Id 1 Hair raainniinitt i.VMI.i ..,l,n' ... : t- - l" . ' vlafMRT - L I I'1- 1-TDi V remarked that sir good how. Sho laugli.. t 1 ' easy "I BOt 10 i. rnatu -. if' v.- rf !' J"11 corre-ipondtechar-icteri- uso 'oaiuni, . 1 1 Thojo must bo no guesswork about feeding tho calf. Tho stomach of the young, colt is easily ruiued by illpieKJuetho4s of, feeding. Think milk f thlji when tomnted to feed that is too hot r too cold In a bucket that Is not afc clean and swcot as !t ihould b it ' V' Milk that sticks to thQ aides of tho a lli.iWbecees sour is an,bad attack of It way 'cause MtXitfAra.'l Thl trouble., means a WMk ltl the calf's growth, perhaps l caf)(ad loathe pndan of HtU'e value. propo-iWw!T- rttt(4 anl-tui- Trees Killed By Pungt. In extremely warm countries It not infrequently occurs that lichens girdle fruit trees und Wit thorn. It Js usually tho citrus orchards that sufg fer greatest, but no kind of trees enjoy, ontlro Immunity vegetable these ' parasitical from ' ' growths. This disease Js no(t contagious to uulto other trees, even 'those 'growing very si Thero Is gauze a fashion for wearing a wide trlnlo bow of soft satin or in tbo lislr. This sketch shows Just how thin. Is adjusted. Ivor or, gilt close by, and this (a' said to be. .the flllof is of tbln sliver and' goos 'Half way round. the head,' bringing The'doubld first caso ou record la southern Cal of- silver gauze at tho eldo of thohoad back ot the ear. This If the triple bow ' fornla, a very pretty ornament, and" la usually most becoming to any girlish faco, fruit-bearin. - home, and it w -' good 'coffee' (IV ' ' ' 1 havo no moret o. thine of tho I .I.....,! l' .u a nos ciearcu "My grnudti"'; ! ' r .7. , j!;f( nt,! - TL her to irav etc , tea but lia. wa MQI.a fllinll v wr' ' n 1 Willi I Id ok Hairy .Hermit Is Captured. Khamokln. Pa. State police cap tured Jojeph Mahunsky ou tho moun-tilnwith whiskers 18 Inches long and hair ou l is head hanging almost to his 'dices. He wan warmly clad with rough looking apparel. Ho said ho was a hermit and lived In the woods be tween horo nnd Mahony City tho paat year, cxlitiug ou route nud herbs. a Sho iravni:u over tho grca'cr 'something sho had r" UHtum , 1 p , - iJt rf(( v-- Namo given l" v:itf Creek, Mich H"' " ....1 1 . ntn " lh ultra. 1 .!.... i'w: " ",4 !U one uvvrmf " re -- for years. Oliv tiroscnt good l - 3 I , '-j r- - ... 'rt latere!. ' t IL A never falling homo remedy for Kldns Trouble Contracted by Thou, coughs nnd coldg Is rnndo from tho sands In the Civil War. hit nttorncy Rcnoralthlp only a minor formula lo bo mixed nt homn. 19 TO DE OUC l(y reeognlxed his jtrent nttnlnmonts "Two ounces of glycerlno, onohaK Jnmos W. Clny, CCO V. Foyctto Bt, LAWYER. general popular recognition of Daltlmorc, Md., says: "I was trou ounco of Concentrated pine compound, Tlio A GREAT 0V III in camo nrtt with iiin conduct of tho nlnt of good whiskey; mix nnd kidney onc-hn-lf bled with Northern Securities case, and In- complaint from tho shako thiroughly; uno in doses of o Per,onT-of the created vostly with (ho bcnlnnlnff of tlrno of tho Civil wnr. tcaspoonful to a tablespoonful every , . hid service in tho ecnato. i. Deter bed Thcro was constant four houra." So groat was tho ettimato not upon !' , Tr umpnU of Thus will euro any cough that In curpain In tho back and him by the senate that, In spite of tho head nnd tho kid- able, or break up an acuto cold in jn ty. Invarlablo rulo requiring n new mott ney secretions wcro twcnly-foti- r hours. Tho ingredients all w,,,nfl senator to keep quiet and benln nt tho painful and showed can bo gotten at nny drug storo. ,l,L1 (f - bottom rung, Knox wot placej f .niiifct for iniuat onco Tho Concentrated plno Is a pine proda sediment. Tho first M3i" t I'liiiow cr nn- - upon tho Judiciary ciromltteo and ap. remedy to help mo uct refined for medical uso nnd comes iwlntcd (o tho first vacancy on tho waa Doan'a Kidney Pills. Threo boxes only In half ounco bottles, each en;i, ,"ia a. o tentatively. r .. - . .,n in nnu rule committee, succeeding tho mado a complcto euro and during flvo closed In n round case, which is airmighty 8poonor; and In tho flnt great years past I havo had no return of tho tight, but bo suro that it Is labclod n.o beta ill f'r t- dchato or ma service, that on tho rail troublo." "Concentrated." roa rate bill of 1900, ho atiiimed casl Bold by nil dealers. 60c a box. Foe .,v,.t(- - J T'inr A Running Broad Jump. ly and without question tho placo of Co., Duffalo, N. Y. "Ono day," related Denny to his friend Jerry, "when 01 had wandered - ' i..r from ftnw THE QirtL AND THE LOBSTER. t5 too far Inland on mn ahoro lcavo 01 . there If some .1... !.., tniin Pottlbly Harmlett Remark, Thoujjh suddenly found thot there waa a great big haythen, tin feet tall, chasln' mo Decidedly Malapropos. :', r . u t all unfavorawld a knlfo as long as ycr 01 , - ( at. It sarins. i. Dorando Plctrl, ot one of tho many took to me heels an' for CO miles nlong r. t ; Huth nro Rreat Italian banquets given In his honor In tho road wo had It nip an' tuck. Thin 01 turned into tho woods an' wo run Now York, talked about professional l'i v. v i muh tho tame for ono hundred an' twlnty miles moro, i, i statesman athletics, KNOX At I K KUU 1 COULD NOT SHAKE IT CPF. CURES COLDS QUICKLY . "'lor May)CctTOOvGx ovcxcotog by ITOpCt VCGWCrX C$CS ttWV&G as- sTVcccjcoY&TVLy Vxmc$ca ... VaVAs CdAy soW OAS5(MCfi0 Toiuto moy be vra&uaWy ittpcMcd.vAv rn Tht Beaton I Make and Sell More Mea'i $3.09 U $3.40 flhoet Than Any Other Mumfactuw ll Wlw t tin tie wurt ! bra.lt f tk mart canpteu at erctaltaUe tralu uperU and Unlet f fcematkerlla ta caiatre. Ta. of th. Iu',lei fir each part f tl. aVa. aat re.tr aetaO f tb auktai la arerr artra, la loetea after T tka bnt Ihanaakm la th. t laattrf. tf ! eaelt . na w tmnulr W L. Dearui arc na4, m wnli tb.a aacriual war tk.ehalt ,M tal bapa, 1 1 totur, aat mar laaf w Uaa aa J Hin auta, U) Mtthtxlef JannhgthtSelit moJif thtm Hon fllilMi and longer Wtcuhj than anf ctktrt. rahne for Kverr Jtf eenhep of the Fnrallr, Men, tlaja, Women, Ml.aea find Children. rnr aal br ihoe dealera e Terrwhera. PBIITIDM I 1'0,' irtmlii without W, I. tVmalat UHU I IUI1 1 name nod price eiampi on bottom, tralflta Feat Et elaatnlr. Oatalef aull.t fn. W. L. D0UQUS, It; (irk St, Brocttoo, Maaa. naurc,(H&wA o JutvcVvoxts.wutV.mus suWWao cicDai.vi -- macy uciiTOTjer tounswuctv, prcpcrotU.atvdrYw.t w..f-w.roa-"C ToJihlKncjKvaVsJJtdvcJylUy the dcrvtirA, tsa. ar-rr- , ..a.rK. the'sanie vloW cannot be foro--. "clary of atato ' t II1 3 that Knox ! r. great 7 r.o r I of the Lai hit own dlplo-U- i t; L'I In aonm subject t u t'Cfi'tted than oth- jr it: ; , thai aro ni r. ' t - cxst f ie has labored (l ' t V. Hit lor IUO mair fjc f t :.r rtl.Hloni between fi. - h At.i rlca. Ui Lx. a his uream, as ii c J r!t toll to oring : a i'f Ihat dream ha ; i Vri llltlnot. To Hay :i (( lets moment i tho lolled Btntea - iltt of tho world, i ' r a;r?r directed to- I nlted Statrg a Xt i. t: . a ; la the parliament i l" f . t Knox will depart f. 0m Philander C. Knox. 4010 enttiicmur-MtcuiARpa- CALIFORNIA Fig BV fait Cater HY-P- O ALUtrADINC Syrup it, ORUCGI3TS Kc sot Co. fh bottlC Cathartic "Amnteurlsm Is no doubt more romantic than professionalism,' ho said, "but wo llvo In nn unromantlo ago." He smiled. "Only tho other night, at ono of your gnyest Italian restaurants," ho said, "I overheard a dlaloguo that Illustrated forcibly tho ngo's lack of romance. "It was lato. At tho tablo next to ml no n rich young Italian contractor was supping with a beautiful young girl. As the young girl played with tho stem ot her wineglass 1 heard her wld him galnin' on mo Btcadlly, owln' to his knowledgo of the counthry. Finally, Jutt as 01 could feel his hot breath burnln' on tho back of me neck, wo came to a big lake Wld ono great lean 01 landcrl nfA nn ihn nnnnallA shore, lcavln' mo pursuer confounded and Impotent wld rago." "Faith an' thot waa no great Jump." commented Jerry, "contlderln tho runnln' start ye had." Everybody's Magazine. Consumption loth mJlcl bok tmiction, T1U la plain. en eoDiamption Implo ran bo lnrufliow own borao. enrod In your Wrtto tola. Tbo Hook to oboo N Now Book on rtotnaeh ana HowfK ana whole It tract Uaarntf 1 unrtfr t he lnre Food anddlfftt' I'niii Haroplft frro Ari. Trial tN)MlTwrntr-flTi(ntTlIUTOMUUi; CoXll'ANV, ItotliuJ, VtW ffi$$B TO FREE boand ALL CO. ltI tr. TONKERHkN ttin WftUr Mrttt, fcaUaaMOa Ik npiuM A. N. K. ran-Amcr- - t. ti "'It Is true. Isn't It, that you love mo and mo only?' "'Yea,' said tho young man, 'though this lobttcr Is certainly mighty good.'" TOLD TO USE CUTICURA. Spooner'a peer and comrado In th Specialist Failed to Cure Her Inleadership of tho discussion on tho After terne ttchlpo Eczema Had Been Itepubllcan sldo. Tortured and Dltflgured Out It Is unnecessary at this lato data Intelligent public that Wat Socn Cured to Inform an of Dread Humor. Knox la a little man, since not one ot tho numerous sketches of him that "I contracted eczema and suffered havo appeared alnco ho announced bis Intensely for about ten At presidential candidacy has failed to times I thought I would months. my. scratch Jam that fact Into tho first paragraph self to pieces. My faco and arms wcro I'rcsldent Iloosovoll's designation of covered with largo rod patches, so htm as "a sawed-ofcherub" haa also that I waa ashamed to go out I was dono service until It Is weatherbcatcn. advised to go to a doctor who was There certainly la something cherubic a specialist In skin diseases, but I about Knox, who baa a round face and received very llttlo relief. I tried a dapper, wcll mado llttlo body. Ho every known remedy, with tho samo Is no taller than Napoleon, but a good results. I thought I would never get bet 1'hyslcally ho violates ter until a friend of mlna told me to try deal rounder. all tho Ideals of a great atatosmnn. Ho tho Cutlcura Remedies. So I tried them, ought to bo largo, bulky, Imposing, and after four or flvo applications of slow of speech and portentous of chin; Cutlcura Ointment I was relieved of whereat ho la small, brisk, cheerful, my unbearablo Itching. I used two and businesslike, nut that ho Is a sets of tbo Cutlcura and I statesman nobody who has served with am completely cured.Ilcracdlcs. Miss Darbara Lira In tAo senate baa the least doubt KraL Hlgblandtown. Md., Jan. 9, '08." rultf r Dnt CWn. Corp., But Propi--, Bottoa. t murmur: ft if -- -a u) i 'o L Ii r L -- . a i . 'm ihj . - : on Knox'a probable t re, in nffalrt he haa Im .In nvMltii In ; t( rd of two prcil- - the Pillow. "I'm not so much afraid of mice ns some women," said she, "but I don't llko them In my hair. The other night I finished a biscuit I was eating after 1 went to bed and naturally left some crumbs about, not meaning to, never thinking of mlco. "Well, about the mlddlo ot tho night I heard scampering, and there were tho mlco all over my hilr, trying to get at thuze crumbs. "I tell you, I gavo ono shriek, sprang up, lighted all tho gas In tho room nnd sat up tho rest ot the night watching that pillow." Work of Women Inventors. Women are scld to havo been Issued more than 6,000 patents by the United States office. They aro not all domestic by any means, cither, as some ot them are for car couplers, night signaling, life rafts, car wheels, machines for manufacturing ozone and a typewriter for the blind. A pocket sewing machine and a sash that will go up without sticking are other Inventions by women. m tuppianl to be laturible. for a ntil Cation rmnounml It tort! dtarus tM muir prarrlbxl toil rmrtw, ana 1r tcouuntir UUlnf ta run with ton! immat, pronounttd it Incurable. Bctenr hju promt Caurrh lo be a tonuMtutloul and torn tore rcqutne count ullucul treatment. IUU1 CaUrrh cure, manufactured by r. J. Cfcctwr Ox. Toledo. OhM. k the onlr Count uttonal cure on tlx market. It u taken Intemallr In doer from 10 drop ta a tcaipnontul. It art dtrrctlr on the blood and raocoua surface ol Ini lyatem. Ihcr oCer on hundred dollar for anr mi it txva to cure bend Lr rtrrulan and teellmonlala. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. Ohio. Adder: Hold br Drunlrta. tie. Tale Hall a Famtlr 1111a tor routine tkn. lew Tfan Mice on Vrn HAIR PAftKtet'S and leaotlflee and Wliliber Hblt trrated at bume wltbunt pain. Jw.ltof partlculart avnt Ifltr.P. 11. M. Ojl ' VooIlcr.MDefAUautA.(Jiw(lU3N.lkr70Tbv ctniDwmtf HOIS CO. W in In'm COLD RINQ fttr SMtvstn 2A. rantaa MllaHl' lloo4 TavbleU. SUdaroallawMlta rwtqrn mfiy anil Mil Tab lota, -nm x ri t - Wl i Hi ne Uo UaUtaaU, Uhlo nf BALSAM the -c, a Intvl.nt fnnrth. rail to Bertor Oral to It Vou thru) Color. aealp diMM Ithalr falu. t..M tlrj ttm&wu Ttmwoii RUPTURE ritriit Totniiritr, list, tin lit 124 CITMOOI 1 ' F (19094) 2266. For 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 Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs ol stiffness, it's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles i "s rc.ioru raad V n a curious a : thine by Sccro and U , Cu ci wboto record i' i ab- - clastic and pliant .. j cu in ra L rrt -- ii" l.l bo a great one tgo Knox waa unknown ft;; XIIUU1T IU 1 HMUUIK .t'.rg lv . .i t ... and unanimous tin it a mu Trill kill TIf inort Cmturh tn mn mion M n Uun til ottxr 4mm put tncrthtr. uul until M reuntn th ltd i 'i It a tr.a'tcr onlr about ! la tho early part of In Ut a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Price, 50a and $1.00. Sloan's Liniment Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Sloan's book on horse, cattle, aheep and poultry tent free. Boston, Mass. DAUPHIN MYSTERY VEu A 8PEEDY ONE. r w nr nets Marie Antoinette, Archduchont ot Austria, Queen of France; both ot MADAME LE CLERCQ. them deceased at rarls. Died on Au gust 10. 1S1S at UeltL" When Kln'g IxjuIs 1'hlllppe of Franco learned ot j Vl f wu this Inscription and of the fact that It waa embodied In the Dutch official reg Hir Faihir with Louia later. In recording tho death ot tho al legod dauphin, ho addressed a protest XV Mining 6on. to William of Holland, asking him to w LtnM ajt riauLU. iiu causo the Inscription to bo obliterated, w ".; ca cf Louis XVI and It la said that tho Dutch ruler replied offering to comply with the roquost It b t; v vj ' ' ' i " ii a one of tho most tho French government would furnish J ;i of history. It la nvldonco that It was false, with tho re suit that tho matter waa dropped. And an recently as flvo years ago Queen Wllhelmlnn at her own expense caused tho tomb In question to bo repaired, and to bo surrounded by a handsome gritting, thus Indicating ' that sho thnred tho vloa of her grandfather about tho mnttcr. Tho tomb has Just been opened to rccclvo tho remains ot tho only surviving daughter ot the Naundorff 1' I W ll'l r' ". , T.r dauphin, who died tho other day at Amhclm, in Holland, nt tho ago of nearly eighty, and whoso demUo has 3 been recorded In tho Dutch official registers, na "Madame Lo Clorcq. anew nv nPATM 11 1 . Miss Tapps Of course, somo type writers aro extremely expert. The Mott Dangerout Capital. London, whlcb used to boast ot being tbo quietest and safest capital ot tho world, has becomo noisier than Paris and more dangerous than New York. Nearlr 300 persons aro now killed annually by street accidents, and how many more Just escape with their Uvea cannot bo computed. Outlook. Exnmlno carefully every bottlo of CASTOUIA a safo and suro remedy for Infants and children, and seo that It Signature In Vso For Over .JO Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought Between Authors. "Why do you lay tho scenes of your stories In the far north? llecauso you know all about that country?" "No; becauso nobody elso docs." For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. Th beat remedy for Orlpp and Colds 1 III. ka' Capudlnr. Itclleve ttie aohlne and fev rl'hnea. Ciirra tho cold Headache 10, Immediately alaa It' LlquM-Kfre- cts and Wo at Drue Htore. Worn Women , married a rich employer In less than threo months. MIX FOR RHEUMATISM Tho following Is a noycr falling rem edy for rheumatism, and It followed up it will effect a complcto euro ot t tho very worst cases: "Mix pint ot good whiskey with ono ounco ot Torls Compound and add ono ounco Tako Syrup Sarsaparllla Compound. In tablespoonful doses befaro each meal nnd at bcdtlmo." Tho ingredients can bo procured at nny drug storo and easily mixed at borao. one-hal- Clerk Oh, yes. I know of ono who Important to Mothors. Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should tako "Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of tho great ueneht it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, medicine. oit-trie- cl TAKE , , CARDUI 1 33 Um Woman's Tome (Mrs. Ilcna wrote: "I was mW r- - fniioirt, Tomb of "8co D.uphln. 1 Al- - rT i!a never lioon Jcn,h In Holland touch! a . ,:?.U(!"--- J ' Kave Ulaamvaterv during tho days ot tho Terror, at th .iniin.. clone of tho eighteenth contury, on a Pettlt's widow of Louis Lo Clorcq, neo Prlu-ces- s Mario Thcrcae do Dourbon, daughter of Prince Charles Louis do Dourbon, Duo do Nprmandle, and of Madamo la Duchcste do Normandle, neo Jcanno Elncrt." It must not be Imagined, however, that tho old lady was tho last of her family. Her brother's son, I'rlnco August Jean ot Dourbon, who makes his homo at Paris, where ho Is In business as a wlno merchant, la tho head ot hla house, and Is tho heir ot all tho pretentions of his grandfather, tho Naundorff dauphin, claiming thus to bo a ot tho Louis XVI. and Queen Maria Antoinette, who porlshed by tho gulllotlno great-grandso- Advice to Mothers. with tho children. Lay down tbo law. It Is remarkablo how scon they discover when you nro In carnosL Do not go to tbo breakfast tablo In a flurry, but stop long enough to count 100 slowly, and then enter with a calm manner determining that It is thcro will bo no squabbling. natural for tho young nnlmal to scrap, and whllo not criminal, still It must bo checked to Do posltlvo a Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and affenrard a sufferer from all sorts of femalo trouble, had pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. "I sufTcrcd for years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardui. The first bottlo gave mo relief and now I am almost well." xry uaram. 'Twill Help It's easier for a girl to look like an angel than It Is for her to act Ilk one. AT ALL DRUG STORES 0 Pimples, .tching Humors. Rheumatism, Blood B.B.B Cures Through the Blood "Have any lu'ck hunting?" "The greatest over." "How was that?" "I went out with an untteur nnd camo back ajlvo." Fortunate. HnSJ forhomecure, NA.HI'a.ltl'IIKlbywTltloIILOUUllAL.'ICO.AtlaiitH.tia. ' n. n. II. (llolanlc Blood lulm) I the onlr llluotl remedy that kill the poison la the blood and then purlttr It -- aeudlDg a Hood ot pure, rich blood direct to the akin aurtucc, llouea. Joint and wuererer the dlaeaae I located. In thl war all Bore, Ulcer, Pimple. Eruption are healed and cured, pain and ache of llheumatlam renae. welllnff BUbalde. 11. 11. 11. completely chanirea the body into clean, bealthr condition, Klvlng the akin the rich, red hue of perfect health. II. II. II, cures the worst old case, ny it. eiter larse oome at imig raore wita uirections roison, eczema, aons fains, A man's wife, noror thinks his Illness Is Borlouu until ho quits using language) that wouldut look well In print. Corn-pose- d sVit uiii. .... " acaif.ii.. 7iLo ld,nU,y U0Jeci o tho ,f lth ih nd E,eazar W,'-tbo 8a Pal! I'vca m e Omu. h eJ B,a"'l"li-- ' aDd8t tr d - '"I'vori or tho " the "' con- - 'vorIlcf,'.rrK.ef . . ot the lur a iimn were a monarchical restoration to taka ... HI raiin,n.M place in Franco in favor ot the Duo v "wift under a mnn.,,. d'Orleaus, he would bo in a position to noid over tho latter s head as a sword ot Damocles tho threat of dis larch on closures which would prove that the r.j real heir to the French throne was ,larlal and Hoyal HUh!j Vrlnco Augusto Jean of Dourbon. the Parisian wlno dealer. mtir te'tl' Eye Salve for Over 100 Years The llet UxttivcOarfield Ten' hat been uecd for congested and inflamed scaffold erected In that great squaro In of Herb, It exerts a benchcial effect rcmovra film or wum oer the rye. 1 toward llroi., Buffalo, N. Y. Paris at tho foot ot tho Champa Ely AU drugUUor upon the entiro system, regulating liver, Lidnrvt. itoinich and toy els. soes, and which la known to every American visitor to tho French capiTh avcrago woman Is fond ot pets. Even a fast man ma)' not make tal as tho Place do la Concorde. but ber husband Is not In that class. rapid recovery when bo's ill. Wbllo tho proofs of tho authuntlctty ONLY NK "IIHOMO QUIMKK" ot thoso claims aro said to exist In the i lour reel Arne i.iiiTivu iiitouo oiUnink. look fol ret a -- packaae of Allrn'a nr Hum It ft Tea WoiU family archives ot tho ciar, ot Queen Ih. ttuntlura u K W UIIUVR. onlck fallal. Two mllllun naekAtfe. iMirti. grr tu Cur CuM la On DT- Ua. Um Wtlhojmmo, and at tho Vatican, It la known that the principal key to th Soillcs mako a better salve for All sorrow U an enemy but It car mystory is at Ilerlln, in the possosstoa ries a friend's message within It, too. than do frowns. ot tho kaiser, and it la Insisted that LJPJl iM tit, BAD COLDS mIi nui, - Ul W o. ire the forerumert ol dtngerout tlieasei of die throat and lung. If you have a cough, you can atop it with I'up't Cure. If youauSer from hotneneaa, tots throat, bionchiu'i or palot to the lungs. Puo't Cuia will soon restore the (nitaiej throat and lunn to ooimal, healthy condition. An ideal remedy for children, Fiea from opiates and dangerout hot half a century the toyereign remedy in thouundt of home. Even chronic f ormi ol lung diaeaaet RESPOND TO PISO'S CURE .1.1 "V Vea's Bqoquso ot thoso Ugly, grizzly, gray halra. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. a prioe, tl.00, retail. NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, nnd if not pnid by the TENTH will be cut off. (ottrirr's jf-om-e (belt 1 WANTS HER mere is an oii legend that runs in this wise i At creation's dawn an angel came down to earth, and be LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a (treat sufferer from femalo troubles which caused n weakness and broken down condition of the system. 1 read so had done for other women I felt sure It would helpinc, nml I must say It did help me wonderfully. My pains all lei t mo. I crew stronger, ami tt Ithln three, month 1 was n perfectly well woman. "I want this letter tnado public to show the, benefit women may derive from L)dla K. l'lnklmin's Vejreutblo Compound." Mrs. JonxO. Moi.hav, l'U5 Second St., 'orth, Minneapolis, Minn. Thousands of unsolicited nnd Renu-I- n testimonials like the nbovu prove the clllclency of Lydla K. l'lnklmin's Vegetable Compound, which is nuide exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis tressing Ills peculiar to their sex should not lose slKlit of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia K. Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound to restore their altli. RiifTeriiiR fore returning looked about for something to carry back to heaven There were three things that attract ed the attention of the d This took effect November 1, messenger a bouquet of ' sweet flowers that had been gathered from Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co, office one of earth's fair und blooming gardens, the smile of a little baby at the Ice factory. that had been playing with a sun beam, and a mother s love. These Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any three the angel carried away, but day except Sunday; and on the 9th and 10th of when it reached the pearly gates of each month it is open until 0 p. m. paradise the flowers had withered the baby's smile had vanished. Only the mother's love remained the same, and being found as pure and eternal as the waters that flowed by A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. God's throne, all the angels thai ranged above exclaimed in unison "There is nothing on earth pure enough for heaven but a mother's III TTTTTTTTTT?T f TTTTTTT III TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT love 1" This was a tribute contain ing a sublime thought. And through For term, loon t Ion or other Infornmtlon all the ages it has been human exper call on or luldrem The Hickman (,'ourler ience that the angels referred to in .t. I 1. t. I. t. 1. t. t..l T t. "I .i.e.. t T ?" i I f t. t..t. I .. I TXT "r I F I 1(1 I f t. I that legend were not over extrave "So. II I'M acres Mississippi river bottom gant in the message which they land, 8 miles below Hlckmnu. Well (eneel, passed out through the open windows house, outhouse, etc 40 acres In its too late to take out insurcultivation, rest timber, Knlse from ft) to Now is a better time a saf- of the "many mansions" along tne 10) bushels corn; 1.&0 tol,s) pounds cotton. ance. A good Investment, er time. See us about it lock the! banks of the "River of Gold." acres land, one mile south of barn before the horse is gone. Our No. 4J-Olajrton. Good bouse, Inrn, shed A young man presented an en our companies good well and cis- rates are reasonable nnd other tern, fine jouug orchard. 1 mile from school the world's best. gagement ring to a lovely girl he had house. Owner Is anxious to sell and 115 nn won with the remark, "I am poor, acre will get It. Additional Information on ppllcatlon. but you manage as mother does and R. TYLER, No. 4S farm, well Improved we'll get along nicely." The young room dwelling, 3 tenant houses, J large lady investigated how "mother barns, J large stock barns, Fairbanks iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA scales, oulbulldlngs.2 wells. 1 spring, fenced managed." She was wife, a moth and Half mile to two churches er, a housekeeper, a business manahalt mile to school bouse, on rural route Money to Loan. nnd telephone line and short distance from ger, a hired girl, a laundress, seams two good markets, SO acres In cultivation. 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per tress, a mender and patcher, a dairy An Ideal farm. Adjoining land last rear cent per annum on farm lands in fold for 63 per acre; this can be bought for maid, a cook, a nurse, a kitchen Sidles on the acre. A number of Improve Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., ruents In way of orchard, etc. If you want and in Fulton County, Ky. About gardner, and a general slave for a n bargain, ask for No. 43. one-hathe cash value of a farm family of five. "She works from No.W-Fl- ne 4ICHcre stock farm. In Missiswill be loaned. Loans made in sums five in the morning until ten at night, sippi county. Mo. has four sets of bouses on of $1,000 or more for five years and I almost It. together with other Improvements. 116 wept when I kissed her acres cleared, rest In timber K) acres pro- with privilege to borrower of paying hand it was so hard and wrinkled, tected by the new government levee. Own- same after one year in full or mak er Is cutting five crops of alfalfa on this ing any size partial payment desired and corded and unkissed. . When I place each year, and the cotton and corn now growing will give you an Idea of Its at intervals of six months after the raw her polishing the stove, carry fertility. Ilents readily for 11X0 an acre expiration of one year, interest be ing big buckets of water and great ing stopped on partial payments Price very reasonable. armfuls of wood, often splitting the made, call on or write. latter, my heart failed me, and 0. Spradlih, Union City, Tenn. it is needless to say the ring was re No. 44 Nine choice lots In West Hickman' facing good residence street. Its are Mix turned." If the wife must drudge ISO feet. Will sell one or all to one person. Last Warning. The price we can make you on this property let the husband share it. If she will surprise you. Are you paying rent? Then, see us by nil menns. Information at All parties owing city taxes for must cook let him carry the fuel, if theUourler orllce. 190S will save cost of advertising. she must scrub let him carry the No. 44 This Is a tiargaln lot of nice three-roocottages, all located In West Hickman and garntsheeing by settling AT water, if she must churn let him At present they are bringing $72 each per niinum In rent. There are four of them, on ONCE. large level lots, MxUD feet. All front on milk the cows. The' girl did what good street, have cisterns, etc. Will sell separately or collectively; Tom Dillon, Jr., C. T. C, every girl of sense and wisdom cash or part cash, at a price that will make your swear off paying rent. Our privilege of would do. sale on this property Is limited, and If InterNew line of samples for spring ested, see us TODAY. No. 4 This Is a three-rooresidence In and summer suits just received. We always feel complimented West Hickman. Its for sale and we can quote you a "sale price" on It. This Is one Prettiest you ever saw. Threlkeld when we are taken to the family sit of the best real estate propositions In this & Schmidt. part of town. We had rather show them ting room instead of the parlor when thun tell you about It. Cash, or small pay. uent. lkml waste time unless Interested. Socialism In Japan. we call upon our neighbors, and still For either a home or Investment It Is worth Socialism 1ms no footing In this more money than our price. more pleased if we are given the No. 49 Two lots ono mile below Hickman country as yet, nor li ther. any Indiat the old ferry landing. ouilKl feet. Oood cation tli at It will Kaln a footlnc la privilege of going where our hostess three-roohouse, stable, well. Takes big water to overflow. Do you want a bargain? the near future at all events. Prior to is engaged, if at the time of our call This Is your chane. the war with Russia a small coterie it men calling themselves socialists she happens to be busy. With what ircued vehemently against the open pleasure do we remember the homes Teachers' Examination. ing of hostilities and published a where we are welcomed almost as An examination for applicants (or newspaper organ to propagate their members of the family, feeling free County Diplomas will be held at the creed, nut they soon dwindled Into to go to every part of the house. 'nslgnlflcanco. and although a period Court House in Hickman, Friday ical of socialist views con What a delight it is to visit where and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30, Unties to he published it has no Inour advent is altogether a source of fluence, nor does It serve any purpose, Dora M. Smith, Supt. apparently, except to furnish material pleasure and where we do not feel Five gallonajrVhite Rose gasoline for occasional comment on the part ot that our hostess is anxiously think amused readers. Japanese Weekly ing "What shall we eat and what $1, at Courier office. Its pure. Hall. shall we drink?" white-winge- and womanhood, even after muies And llorstsrorS,! they have families of their own, they v,,ijr ucsu or nve.u will look back to their childhood as i work mules, , the brightest oasis of their lives. horses. Will sell for raih Mother will be thought cf as the dearest woman and father as the payable Dec. IS. 1 For further part. best man. 'toil I F. & S. L. Dodds rJ Donnell. Catarrh Cannot be Cured. hood t wllh UH'AI. Al'I'I.ll'ATIUNH. nstliey Moving picture 3 ' reach Hi sent of II.. the Lyric. IsnliUoHltir constitutional llon must Inhe Internal onlrr to cure It Hull mmrrh tnire U taken ami nets illreclljr on the titil aiiil imicimisiifaces Mall'sn fatarrli I'T oneM prescribe is quack medicine. It Hie Irot physicians In this country fur year r prescription. Ill; mul Is nrea-nladunlin ties! tonic known. rimiMiiMl lt i rrcllrtm tl.nliMthloo.1 Ptiriners, snrliwes. Tlie the mucins two ImrrpillriiU Is w linl tomhlim-- t lint of the mil womlorfiil results In rurliuc Cntnrrli, Henil for tMtlmoiiliils lrw. K. J.t'llKKV JttNi, l'roiTolli, I). Ju "' run-no- Hit "'"'J 1000. ",,"" prf'l rliifs ror r:r juuncj r muchofnhatlAdla K. llukhntu's Compound Vt'K-etnb- Take full's KMiilly Tills fof Miiisllimtlon. HE COT BACK. Hold liy nil llrunitlst.7to. Troubles I Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. 8cotbnd Yard Oeteetlvt Buncord and That Leads to a Story. (Vcll Pine, it Scotland Ynnl detent Aycr's Chcrr tninly cures . bronchitis, coi-it certainly stic l Til ctf. , ' vOUt, a An4 Farms For Sale When the Fire 1. 1. 1 I 1 Whistle Blows rive-roo- m OT If you want special advice write to Mr. lMnkliiun, at Lynn, Mux. Slicwlll trcnt yourlot tcra.tstrlctly conlldentlnl. For "O years alio litis Im'cii lirlplnjr nick women In this way, free of cluirKO. Don't Itcaltuto write ut uuetjs -- T. Agt. cross-fence- lf city property: dren of today have as many rudimentary vices as they had in the days of the patriarchs ; as a general d thing they are and inclined to evil from their cradles; greedy without a blush, and ready to lie as soon as they discover the use of language. A good mother does not shut her eyes to these facts ; she accepts her child as Imperfect, and trains it with neverceasing love and care for its highest dutiel. She does not call impertinence "smart ness," nor insubordination "high spirit," nor selfishness "knowing-how to take care ot itself," nor ly ing and dishonesty sharpness. self-wille- a lnrjcr sum of money. DIseussluK th There can be nui trlrk Hint had heen plied on him. Mr this. You hnoA it And e said I lie oilier day: , ... your own dot!.? I'll Ret hack at lhne rhap If I had Hie time. A Scotland Yard defective The best kin "Mold I. r it it ilniiiccrt'ii Individual to htuiro. It my encaxeinents! at home were not fcy J r a presslnp. i would stay here till I landed IhiMo audacious rascals I prison m mustn't play trlrk on Scot V land nrd. you know." suld .Mr. I'oKe, l.s. tht r more complacently. "Scotland Yard If you try H. gets hock at you every Keep tho bowots rr time. It Is tike the story of the watch "ilia nno imm 'There was a Umdou music hall malinger. Shoesmlth hy name, who was very fond of his Joke, especially after dinner, when he had a Itotlle ot champagne Inside him. Hickman Furniture "Well, one night nfier dinner Shoe- smith entered" an Oxford street Jewel "MM'OUIIIKATUl era nnd said In the clerk: " My man, what are those Funcrnl Directors thlius therv those round. Hat things, whit And Embalinen. on the nne aide nnd yellow on th Ive. was hurieoeil In Now York tint ot throats and v, fc atll "luD(j, tu' A 1 k otherr OPPORTUNITIES. m SSI !! GOOD AND DAD MOTHERS. Cold Weather Is Coming Now is the time to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH Coal Wo Ilnndlo BON AIR Will and TIUDE WATER as soon as have plenty of Pittsburg!. Coul Ohio river boats can run Hickman Ice & Coal Co Incorporated The difference between good and bad mothers is so vast and so far reaching that it is so exaggeration to say that the good mothers of this generation are building the homes of the next generation, and the bad mothers are building the prisons. i?or out ot lamuies nations are made ; and if the father be the head and the hands of a family, the mother is the heart. No office In the world is so honorable as hers, no priesthood so holy, no influence so sweet and strong and lasting. Unselfish love is the mother I Cheerful obedience in the children I In whatever home these forces are constantly operative, that home cannot be a failure. And mother-lov- e is not of the right kind, nor of the highest trend, unless it compelis this obedience. The assertion that af fectionate firmness and even wholesome chastisement is unnecessary with our advanced civilisation. Is a specious and dangerous, The chll- - Get from any prescription pharma cist the following : account Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-ha"'r give you ounce; Kargon, one r business s' ounce; Compoupd Syrup Sarsapa Ja the community rilla, three ounces. tige you have Shake well in a bottlt and take a rHs If your r : teaspoonful dose after each meal and in ' our books, we vul ' at bedtime. elk see it there bef.rc . The above is considered as the year 1909. most certain prescription ever writ ten to relieve Backache, Kidney -- vTHe: Trouble, Weak Bladder and all KM AN HA Nn forms of Uuinary difficulties. This mixture acts promptly on the elim inativc tissues of the Kidneys, en aiding them to filter and si rain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Kheu matism. Some persons who suffer with these amictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple HlCKMV h. mixture, yet those who have tried it Roonjs and Board say the results are simply surpris ing, the relief being effected with k out the slightest injury to the stom by the day or we fortable rooms ach or other organs. ! Mix some and give it a trial. It Reasonnble Rate. certainly comes highly recommend ed. It is the prescription of an eminent authority, whose entire rep - lktit'V Ml utation, It is said, was established by it. A druggist here at home, when asked, stated that he could eitlier Parents often say, "I live for my supply the ingredients or mix the children." They should do more prescription for our readers, also than that they should live with recommends It as harmless. i their children, letting their boys and Phone me and I Laundry. Omnibuses in Big Cities. girls feel that their interests are call for your their parents' interests also. In no forLondon has 27 cabs und nv 'busesi every 10.000 Inhabitants, other way can fathers and mothers has 48 cubs and only two 'buses ara for O. K. keep so firm a hold on the young the same number of persons, ,Nap 6D " IS lives. Let the children haye their has tencabs er 10,000'persona; Oenoa asM 'buses for every 10,000. pleasures. Train them to be obedl-en- t, Kathleen Vauderblit, daughter of neat, and to some extent order- lliu "lteKKle" Vanderbllts. will mm y, and then let them have all the day possess millions. fun their busy brains can devise, so Vl FRANK SMITH, Al1 long as it is harmless and innocent. We positively will not sell seeds Long after they have grown to raan- - on credit. Hickman Hardware Co, lf 1 Let us not wait for chances for doing good to come to us, but go out to meet them,. Too many beautiful opportunities escape us otherwise. As charity begins at home, so should love. We don't care much for either the charity or love that would leave its nearest to want for duty or affection, and go out into the world to work. We find It a delightful plan to make each one of our homefolks happy about some one thing each day of our life plan little surprises for their delight, do little deeds for them, brighten a dull hour, or congratulate them upon some achievement on their own. Of one thing we are certain, we are too chary of our commendations, too stingy of our praise, and, alas too lavish of our blame. "Thoughts are things," and words, if true, are their manifestations. How often have we thought favorably of many things, yet said no word. For all such sins of omission we must ever suffer deep regret. How easy it would have been to have said, "That is so beautiful I" or "How well you do I" We think of things like these when our opportunities are flown forever; when the dear head we loved lies low when the braveliands are still. If we had only spoken, the way must have been more bright, the labor less dull and wearing i 1 Why. sir. Ihey are watches: hunt Ing case watchoa. sir.' the clerk an swereil. nat are tiiey forr And ayi Shoesmlih. "To Indicate the time,' says thf clerk. 'Fancy!' says Shoesmlth. 'I)o you Know. I te heard of them. And how much do they cost?' ' " 'From five to fifty pounds, sir Are there printed directions for maklns them go?' " Oh. no.' said the clerk. To rnak them go is very simple. You merely wind litem once n day with a key.' "'And when do you wind them In the evening or In Ihe morning? "'You must wind youm, sir. In th morning.' the clerk answered, gently and iKitlcntly. " 'Why In the morning?" "Ilecause In the evenlug you art drunk. Mr. Shoesmlth. auJ wouM Hickman, . TIjisii Kentutij Mm, tt 5- - JHOHEY TO i IF YOU IIAVt MONEY TO ION seep It in the he us . fp cij be burned, lostc if you want tj it ., safely where always I r'a " 1 break If" her. r.'' e J US Good Home Recipe. ... DEPOSIT WITH ,t A f HIT Cottage Hotel... -- I Don't W THE 1 i BEST tl