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The Hickman courier: February 11, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909021101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: February 11, 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. THIS 1 PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON CREDIT. - THE HieKMHN lBJ!!!JbPa1 un lift IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES G0i HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCK, THURSDAY, eURIER. TBam- A BLUE MARK HERE meant that your has expired, ltenew promptljr if you want the paper to coma to you after this montli GrBasB ihB nxlBa ot Your ma9nn Dld n, and LbVb Hitch Up WHOLE HO. IctiT rifR FEBRUARY 11, 1900. fl EBTABLI8HED IN THE TEAR i lHno I I I I with about half the town In either' state, The land upon which it is'f butlt was owned by B. F, Carr and' Dr. G. W. Pascal!, when the first rttttlmg survey of the Chesapeake, Ohio & J r Southwestern railroad was made in .FULTON COUNTY 1850. The first house, a box dry goods store, was built in 1861 by W. ut TT1.1...n F. Woolridge. F. M. Thomas built -. the first house on the Tennessee side a' J the poiiomce in January 1861. The town was inwtiat trthe year 1884 corporated in 1872, and the first council was composed of A. D. ColI . - ctt, Vlfy Sf,. In lins, Dr. C. W. Pascall, T. C. Park-e- r, tiO'ar.'-- e ' n,u Kave ",ot John A. Wyatl and R. M. - - r infill nw . Fulton's first paper, was the people wiinin ncr if.'.. was the Fultonian, establishee by C. , I I. lUa. N. Walker, in 1879. Today she has five papers, two religious and three SU l,t - tl: several lactones secular. The first church organized t. iih them nun S li"b In that city was the Methodist, 1873 ; . r Li cl la'-- ' aDd augumenting Presbyterian, 1882; Episcopal Prevlout i c! 1880; Christian, 1874; Baptist, -- zc? tfc factoriei the town 1874. t'.:res and now has 67 laUJ Fulton has good schoools, her k.. K r prevailed with great largest and best, Carr Institute, be irir. ; a: rg the MlisinlppI, ing erected in 1885, the site being kfr.n t'J mouth to Its union donated by William Carr, deceased. Hick Mle i.3 r.ver at Cairo. Fulton's poitofiGce was established erely attacked, the first in 1862, with F. M. Thomas as first kCtarer irA Louli Hendricki postmaster. Ed Starks was the Lrr.:gA-S-12th. Both died first mayor, and served for many The epidemic con s ixyi li''t, years. In 1885 Fulton had a popu the remainder ;j ' r:: lation of 1500, and has grown large r.r.-igSeptember and e ly since that date. Her to November Jrd, R. M businesss men and boosters will tell 7 the last patient to you they are sure Fulton is as large rtr Tl.i was probably the as Hickman, but next year the gov. lies! j( n the city's history ernment census will tell a different j fib? ravages are as fol story. And with all our friendly rivalry, we must concede that Fulton (w is a good town, full of business and ...la flf M enterprise, good people and deserves rfli'S much credit for he achievements. : ' ile hllr ' i ill tirirrori For many years Fulton county tr lAt P Blackburn, after was considered small potatoes, but liig:-err.of the state, came notso.now. While it is the smallest .Ml I tt cty and rendered heroic ser county in the state, Hickman has i3ar:g f:r the sick. Other the only two cotton gins In Kentucky, Is. -- :j ulcevtse came from and the county can boast of many tu izi labcred with Samaritan things not possessed by her larger l.tuc.-.ttenr.- c to the sick. Of sisters. Her population and square t:e f :yuciar.i, all died except miles considered, it is the best in the I A, A Far.i Several citizens, state. She has 15 free rural routes, t:wn, remained here splendid telephone and telegraph Ij.out the dark days and systems, fine land, good stook, her littreJ Id the wants of the sick towns the most modern, and makes a ;"g R M Metheny tells a better financial showing than it repcrter that one dav dur- - many larger counties. The county liefer'r period, two men met tax rats Is as small as that of ti; Hickman Drug Co. Is any county in the state, and owes .atcJ, ar.J wf re poking fun at not a cent. Great interest is mani -- Mr abcut having contracted fest, by those in authority, in public tw ln tf days, both men roads and bridges, and great im pJfr:r. its effects, though lit- - provements have been made. It is ttey rxpect it when the ioke f- the desire of the Fiscal Court that till greater improvements along 1"M the cholera visited f-- t this line be made, and we may ex-- 3 rfl.ltiDc in some 18 or 20 pect in a short time good roads l:i another epidemic, throughout the county. Let the I ' t: t.vc been milk sicknes. good work go on. lyar.jrr.ber of citizens. Great is Fulton county the gar r' kave c;t been stranperc to den spot of Kentucky. Fr;m 1861 to 1884 the ecpcc.ally unfortunate In James Haynes, an old Confeder Pl!cf ;.tes: thouiami. nmi ate veteran, residing in Hickman worth of prop. county near Moscow, died Wednes bef waste. Another day after many months suffering. occurred at 3 o'clock He was 65 years old at the time of August 7, 1882, hit death and was well known tn Fulton county. James Haynes was of the fterc3onc fJfie vessel of faithful and brave southern sol the ISTORY l-- M I MM H-H. (Mill I' J h Spring and Summer! We know you have commenced to think about and plan your Spring Dresses for every day wear. We too, have thought about them, and have provided a very large line of suitable materials for yours or your childs For termi, locMlon or other Information citll on or lulilrem Tlie Hickman Courier I Farms For Sale M I I II m i .4iM..n.,,,il,,,...ji .fi i land, 8 miles below lllckmnn. Well fencwl. lioune. outliounn. etc. 40 ncrea In re,t "ml'". . - Itnlnei from m to ff?.'J.'T . . r' pounua cotton. A jrood Investment. ioi,ti tin. 41 T . : . Ion,, nn. .1.110 mi u .1. 01 . vj rti I room home, barn, shed wuvl kuuu wen anu cistern, nne rounaorclinrd. 1 mile from school house. Owner is anxious to sell ami l5 acre will net it. Additional Information nn on application. nve-roo- Vn .1 inn.--- .- .. . . W' -- Vl. , . ,T. . II I - .muni wen iiupruvru Bui-loc- i.iiiih. -! SPRING AMOSKEAG DRESSES-BARNABY GINGHAMS, in sripes L scales, outhulldlnas.l and eross'tanrcd. Half mile to two churches half mile to school house, on rural and telephone line and short distance route from two apod markets. a) acres In cultivation. A" Ideal farm. Adjoining land last year 'or M per acre; I... i. 1)I.U nn tli.ai.,a this.. can lie bought for merits In war of orchard, etc. If you want a bargain, nsk for No, 43. A iiuuiBi, 1 IftrKB wells, 1 sprln. fenced w . and WHITiTENTON -2 DRESS GINGHAMS, in tripes and plaids, all colors, per and plaids, very attractive colorings, per yard yard! 10c 20c In::; to iKl One Of the Iwit limit tnrmttnand I 1. section. Are jrou Interested? Talkntitxir.- -. Hickman Courier Itealtr Co, ,,. . ITI r. a J in.. Vn .1 I., V 1". I"' of ... onslppl county. Mo, has four sets ill. 111 .'11A9IShouses It. tnirntlinr i nih., acres cleared, rest In timber ao acres protected by the new government levee. Owner Is cutting live crops of alfalfa 011 this place each year, and the cotton and corn "w growing will give you an Idea fertility. Kents readily for J I .to an of Its aero 1'rlce very reasonable. TU1 1 .... jft.l .i.mmimj. fa idncrci '' nml .......... liottom land upperproven mnrn.iiin,iili ' ..- - nun un iuvii.o, Ilcmcmlior river has Vn -n I 1 nrm H , a 1 1 r UOUOm .. 1 ua imnm.ni. Jt RED SEAL DRESS GINGHAMS, SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, in plaids and city property: choice lots In West Hickman facing good residence street. are teix l.Vlfeet. Will sell one or nil to one person. The price we can make you on this property will surprise you. Are you paying rent? Then, see us by all means. Information nt the Courier olllce. No. 45 This Is a Inrgaln lot of nice three-roo- m cottages, all locntedln West Hickman At present they are bringing t!1 each per annum In rent. There are four of them. 011 large level lots. Mxino feet. All front on good street, have cisterns, etc. will sell separately or collectively: cash or part cash, at a price that will inako your swear oil paying rent. Our privilege or sale on this property Is limited, and It Interested, sea us TO DAV. No. 41-- per yard. W 12jc fancy stripes, per yard 25c de- - wide-awak- kirj'. MADRAS, in neat figures and per FLAXON FANCIES, very neat signs, stripes, a large showing,fjricc a new fabric, price per 1 yard 10c to 15c yard J 20c f cr IMPERIAL CHAMBRAYfsolid col-or- s, FLAXON, the craze of the season blue, green and brown, per yard for dainty dresses and lingerie, per yard 15c 20c to 30c No. 4A This Is a three-rooresidence In west Hickman. Its for sale and we can quote you a "sale price" on It. This Is one of the best real estate propositions In thla part of town. We had rather show them than tell you about It. Cash, or small pay. nient. Dont waste time unless Interested. For either a home or Investment It Is wort b more money than our price. No. 47 Two lots one uille below lllckmnn at tbo old ferry landing. Cttxlwi leet. Uixxt three-roohouse, stable, well. Takes big water to overflow. Do you want a burgalut This Is your chane. 1 Killed at Fulton. A Full Line of Prints and Percales, 6c to 10c a yd, -- SMITH 1 Sr A MB ERG to be a success we shall be glad to see one on every wheat farm in the county. If it proves to be a failure we want the farmers to profit by our experience at our expense, and let it alone. There are no secrets in our society, we do nothing that we are ashamed for the w'orld to know, so that people who are opDosed to farmers' organizations are as cordially invited to attend our meetings as our own members. There is neither force nor compulsion in our organization. No one is compelled to do anything he does not want to do or what is not his interest to do. We depend on education and reason to guide our members and control their actions, just as Christian religion depends upon the teachings of the Scriptures and the example of Jesus Christ to make true, and loyal Christians. We not only ask or demand equity from others, but we are equally pledged to give equity to others. 'AU things whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so unto them" will give equity, justice to all, and hurt nobody. ....Hickman's $ 0,000 Carnegie Library.... "--- est caor Line, exnloderf anA ibc-j- t .9nk dier. . F. S. of E, Meeting. r - LADIES READ How to obtain wound. one of our ultra stylish tailored " was more than forty. skirts absolutely free, write today. 'ottjr.ate v.n.m. Credit Tailors, 307 Ky., Ave., Pa- thegocjpoepieof the town. ducah, Ky. carneiat the time a large List your real estate with the Hick ' Ku wnicn man Courier. No sale, no charge. U mint at a a half.mll Th l;SI m kj,ledf As your readers will remember .K 2"" '' Its lrkffiiD i l I '""all her r f t was ,0rch . w'w""":, eni for the never loeaU Strictly a White f(vi.r-- til. 1 Man's Laundry That's i climb .."lstl1 .ea.ro, and today the Is . she 01 .f .'" sterol a the county. we secoi..! t .... TRY IT! Then U Ul ke ;, Vhft owelty ?"ty on the state line, Frank Smith, Agt. the F, day, the 29th, but Boveas beat us to the rendezvous and held the fort for two days. However our wide awake president, W. B. McGehee kept a close look out and as soon as old Sol began to spread his welcome rays and scatter the forces of old Boveas he called us together over the rural phones on the 1st of this month. The roll call showed six officers and eight members present all anxious to hear about the wheat bin. The discussion showed that the bin is fire proof, so we can save the expense of insuring the wheat. It is rat and mouse proof, so we can save all the waste usually Incurred by holdiug wheat in bags. By using an attachment the wheat can be run from the thresher into the bin, thus saving all the expense and worry of S. of E. was to meet on Fri- bags. Farmers would thus save several hands' work at the thresher when hands are scarce and labor high. T"he bin is water proof, not a drop of rain getting into it. By the use of some inexpensive drugs all the weevil can be kept out. We are trying to test this bin thoroughly for if it will preserve the wheat, as we hope it will, the problem of holding the wheat on the farm is solved so that all we need to secure profitable prices for wheat is good roads, so we can market our wheat at all seasons of the year. This bin is set up on the McMurry farm, on Shuck Road, and all farmare invited ers, union and to call and examine it. Farmers and friends to farmers are also, invited to attend our meetings at State Line on the 12, 19 and 26th of Feb., at 1:30 p. m., and listen to the explanations and discussions about this bin. If it proves wheat non-unio- Secretary. Some fellow up at Paducah has succeeded in breeding a crowless rooster. Another fellow at Fulton Is trying his luck on a speechless cat, while another at Lexington says he is going to stop the barking of the dog. Now if some fellow will invent a soundless graphophone, a biteless g mule we mcsqulto and a want to live in Kentucky always. We have always contended that all great problems will at last be solved by Kentucky. Walter Ladd, formerly of Paducah, was fatally shot at Fulton, at 8 :20 Thursday night, by James Eaton. Eaton fired six shots at Ladd, only one of which took effect, entering the stomach. Ladd died Saturday, and was buried Sunday. The shooting occurred on State Line street near Mann's butcher shop. A difficulty arose between the two men overt the payment of road tax. Ladd is deputy road overseer. It is claimed that Eaton failed to pay the tax which is assessed against those who do not work the public road on which they live. Ladd was sent to collect it Wednesday. Eaton refused to pay it and some words ensued. Thursday, Eaton is alleged to have been drinking heavily and to have armed himself with the purpose of pursuing his quarrel with Ladd. The two met and some angry talk was exchanged. Eaton then drew his pistol and began firing at Ladd. All of the bullets went wild, except the one which penetrated Ladd's stomach. Ladd was removed to the rear of the butcher shop and physicans were summoned. He was perfectly conscious but made no stateraen' about the fight. All he said was: "lam going to die." He suffered greatly and blood flowed from his mouth He is about JO years of age. His mother lives in Paducah. Eaton is quarrelsome when drinking. He purchased the cartridges, with which the shooting was done, at Shacklett-Thoma- s' hardware store, in Fulton. Ladd is said to have been unarmed. Eaton has been placed under arrest and will be given a preliminary hearing in Hickman next Friday. . ".Two Merry Tramps" Is not one of the ordinary melodramatic Tramp" shows t It is a musical comedy and a tramp show in title only, a company of eighteen people which includes a chorus of pretty girls. Opera House, Wed. Feb. 17V , I THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cvri Wtittrn Ktntticky Llks tht Dtw" W. r O. U. S. SECRET SERVICE IN ACTION Vt BPEER nnd J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Froprlttors. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. postofUce as Entered at tba Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mail matter. HASKELL GOV. IS INDICTED Federal Grand Jury Charges Hlro With Land Frauds, Muskogee. As a result of tlic invest! Washington. Secretary Cortelyou has made a call on nil temporary national bank depositories for about $30,000,000 government deposits to paid on or be fore Feb. 24. There nre over 1,000 tem porary depository banks, nnd the secretary's call will leave exactly $10,000 in each, as the instructions will lie to remit everything above tlint sum. Calls hith DREW'S ALIEN BILL KILLED erto made on the regular depository banks have practically exhausted their Measure Would Havo Lost Millions holdings above the amounts actun'ly needed to meet disbursing officers' of Dollars to the State. checks. These nggregiite nbout, $55,000,-00Sacramento, Cnl. The assembly by a The call for S2U0O.000 made by vote of 48 to 2S rejected the Drew bll the secretary early in January has been barring aliens from owning land in Cnl responded to by nil of the kinks except a lforni.i. few in the far West, where remittances The bill bad been amended at the re are already on the way. quest of President Itooscvclt and Secre tary Root, so that the claiie applying it to Japanese only was eliminated, mak- WOMAN KILLS IN COURT ROOM ing the bill apply to all aliens, but the measure routed such n storm of opposi Put Three Bullets Into Man on Trial tion that it was defeated. for Assaulting1 Her. In substance the objection to It was ISising from her Gatcsville, Tex. that it nould drive at least a billion dol seat at her counsel's table in the crim Jars of foreign capital out of the Stat nnd might jeopardize the present friendly inal court here Tuesday, .Miss Verna commercial relations with Japan. The Ware drew nn automatic pistol from a supporters of the bill contended that the and satchel, leveled it at John Haines, State was being overrun by thrifty Jap- on trial for an assault on her, and pulled anese, who were gradually gaining nn the trigger. Haines fell to the Hoar with impregnable position as land owners, and three bullets in his body. He will die. Then, turning from the form on the whoso government was trying to dictate floor, the girl emptied her pistol at Da to California regarding legislation. Assemblyman Grove L. Johnson cf vid Itoss, James Smith and A. P. WiEvery Sacramento, nnd author ey, all witnesses for Haines. Host, of four bills segregating Japanese in shot she fired found its mark. schools and residential districts, and pre- wounded twice, will die. Smith, too, venting aliens being members of corpora- was mortally wounded, and may not re tions, made nn impassioned appeal for cover. When the judge, members of the jury the enactment of the bill, At the climax of his speech he walked backward and the lawyers gathered around the from his- seat to the lobby rail, and, counsel table rushed for Miss Ware she herself in an efseizing in his arms a golden-hairegirl of turned her pistol upon s. fort to end her life. 3, held her aloft and declared that ho wus The weapon was knocked from her "in favor of this as opposed to the Japanhand. Subdued after a brief struggle, ese menace to our institutions." the girl stood for a moment looking THERE ARE NO NEGRO ELKS down at the four forms stretched, out on the floor. Then she collapsed, and as borne fainting into the county Unique Case on Trial at Hot Springs, jail. 1 0. d - Cation of the federal grand jury of th ullcgcd frauds in connection with the scheduling of town lots in this city, torn Indictments were returned Wednesday The charge against tlie defendant i con spiracy to defraud the government. T!-names of those Indicted nrei Gov. Cha. X. JIaekell, F. 11. Severs V. T. V. Turner, A. V.. Knglish, Hutching, Jesse W. Hill and Walter It Katon. Attorney Thomas II. Owen of Musko gee, representing Gov. Hnskcll, made arrangements for the governor to enter his apcnrniice and give bond in the auni of $5,000 for appearance for trial. Oov. Haskell is at (iuthric, the State capital. There is but one indictment against hitu charging him with conspiring with Walter 15. Katon nnd Clarence W. Turner to defraud the government. There; are two Indictments against Tur ner and one each against the ethers. c a r. VM"i ' KOMURA CALLS ON DEPOSITORIES. SPEAKS TO JAP DIET Secretary Cortelyou Wants $30,000,- - Advises Maintenance of Peace and Development of Resources. 000 by Fob. 24. Spcnking liefore the Lower llouc of the Diet, Foreign Minister KV mum outlined the foreign iwlieies of,'Ja pan in n carefully worded speech, deliv ered before a full and attentive home. The opening sentence nave the keynote of the entire speech, when Count Ko-inurn said: "The foreign policy of this empire snouM have as an object the mainten ance of cace and the development 'of national resources. Th foreign minister dwelt at length upon the relations between Japan Sid America. He said: "The friendship of Japan and jthe I'nlted States s traditional, and it Is absolutely essential that both maintain unimpaired thi-ssentiments uf riiftv ana extend and strengthen them Jiy"t;very menus. Notwithstanding the perfect accord which has always existed regarding the aims of the two countries in the Tar Kast nnd in the Paelfle," it appears that doubts have been entertained in some quarters concerning the sincerity of the intentions." c Tokio. NEVADA NOW JAP BAITER Legislature Aslcs Fleet of Warships in tho Pacific. Carson, Xev. The assembly of the Nevada Legislature accepted the ant! Japanese resolution directed to the Cab norma legislature after it had been so amended that all tvferenre to President ' Arkansas. Washington, Feb. 23 was agreed up- on by the Senate as the tiino for a vote on the Aldrich substitute bill for the ppointment of a court, of inquiry to in quire into the qualifications of the dis- Reg harged soldiers of the Twenty-fiftiment, charged witlt having shot up Brownsville, Tex. This statement was preceded by an xtended discussion, during which Sena tor Tuliaferro, of Florida, suggested that he had heard that the War Department hui gutheiVl additional testimony bearing upon the guilt of negro soldiers, and he thought, In view of this report, the agreement on u time to vote should be postponed. Senator Forakrr declared that if such nformation existed it was only an addi tional reason for the creation of a court Inquiry to hear it. "I don't know what has been done SPEAKER CANNON SCARED. by the detectives since they lust favored n Legislation us with their report," said .Mr. Foruker, Will Allow hut, to speuk plainly, I think it would to Pass House. he an insult to tend us anything from Birmingham, Ala. An address by Dr. that source again. I should not hesiP. A. linker of Columbus, 0., general tate to uy that again more plainly If League Mjpcrinteiidcut of the ny such report comes to u. of America, was u feature of the session of the conference of the Southern May Take Charge of Levees. The speaker devoted League. Washington. An investigation to de-most of his attention to federal legisermine whether the government should lation on the liquor question, nnd expressed the belief that, "We have Speak- take charge of the lev - system of tho er Cannon aeurtd into giving us St last Mississippi Itiver will bo mude, If the mi in e qf the things for which we have joint resolution Introduced in tho Hutisn by lleprescntulive Ilroussard, of Louis; been contending." ana, should bo passed. )r. Iluker issued the following official h p u Anti-SalooAnti-SalooAnti-Saloo- n c- Hot Springs, Ark. That n negro's face is prima facie evidence to the effect that the Benevolent and Protective Order of Klks of America cannot be imposed on or their rights infringed through negro lodges wearing similar emblems, and having a similar ritual and roster of officers, was developed in the trial here of . S. Gardner and Charles F. Hodge, blacks, under arrest for violating the State law prohibiting any person from wearing the emblem or insignia of a lodge of which he is not a member. Charles II. Weaver, a member of the grand lodge, described the constitution of the U. P. O. E., declaring that it was an American lodge, exclusively for member-fdilof whitu male citizens, and that any other person representing himself as a member of the Klks was of necessity misrepresenting fact. The developed the statement from the witness that a negro wearing an Klk pin, representing himself as an Klk, could not deceive whito Klks, because they could not be members of the same order. VOTE ON NEGRO TROOPS. Senate Will Decide Whether to Ap point Court of Inquiry. Itonsevelt had been eliminated. Speaker (iltfen, who Introduced ths measure, has also introduced a bill designed to prevent aliens from holding lands in the state. Section 1 rends: "Any aliens, except sub jects of the Japanese and Chinese Kin pires, may take, hold ami enjoy any real property or interest in lands in Nc- vsda, and Uon the .same terms and con dilions ns any other person." This measure is In the hands of the judiciary committee. Assemblyman Dodge (Itrp.), House leader, introduced n resolution asking that a fleet of warships be maintained In Pacific waters, as "citizens of Asiatic countries, with uhoni we cannot mingle on terms conducive to our Interests, are rapidly becoming a menace to our peace and prosperity, mainly from the want ol proM-- r naval protection. TRUSTS CANT COLLECT DEBTS Supreme Court Holds Thaty They jinvo iso x.egnl blanaing-- . Washington. The case of the Continental Wall Pajier Compatiy vs. lewis Voight A. Sons, of Cincinnati, was Monday decided by the Supreme Court of the I'nited States in Voight's favor. The suit was brought by the company on a debt of $17,000, the jMiyment of which was resisted on the ground that the r company is h trust. Iu effect the derision holds that uu admitUd trust organized contrary to the Sherman antitrust taw cannot use the court to collect debts. Justice Harlan's opinion dealt In detail with various phases of the case. It was based on the third defense of Voight that the company is part of n ti list, lie started out with tho proiiositioii that the Continental ComjHiny is within the pro visions or llie Mierinau act, which, he said. Is clear from tho facts set forth iu Its defense. He then went on to show that this corporation is a representative of u combination which would have tho elfeet not only of restluluing but monop olizing me sine ami munuiaclure of pa- pa-eI"-'- - statement i "The eight years' fight of the League to protect the States ugainst nullification of their liquor laws under the guise of interstate couuuerru is about to leceive purtiul recognition. Assurances were given in Speaker Galium' district last fall that if he wus some measure woyld 1m? passed. The leaders iu congress have decided to incorporate such provision in the revision of the penal code, and for that purjibse have determined upon the Knox hilt, which wus Introduced iu the bouse by Mr Miller of haiuas." Anti-Saloo- n Fruit Damage to Coait. New Orleans. Iteports received here from Orange growing sections south of Now Orleans Indicate, that serious dam age was done by the freezing weather, which exiruueu 10 ine linn coast. ed villi hiiu, as the Commonwealth now cials, ami this, iu Itself, makes him a will not be able to establish a strong factor iu addition to hi gieat ability us, u railroad operator treut victory for KIN and those Indict compliments. Judge Cook on his record snd mude out of the whole cloth. There in this ease, saying the Inst ructions are is u clique of rullroud news writers who, above criticism. The appellate eourt also when they hale nothing elte to do, held that no evidenrs of outran that transfer railroad presidents on paper. occurred after the whipping of Mose Thornton could he taken Iu this euse. a Mr. Jlaruhuii Is closer to the big tlilp-p- r Night Rider Wins. A Rumor That's All. Frnnkfoit, Ky. Certifying to the law Chicago, III. Tho rumor that Presin the caso of the Commonwealth against dent Hurahuu, of the Illinois Central, lake Kills, the alleged night rider of would go to I lie New York Central is 'ulloway county, the appellate court denounced as without foundation in fuel of tlilougo thun many other offi- ;x t!tt compound with twoc , mm nnii pint of g I This ilmplo inlxtn Wlint Is Golnii on In Different doieg of a teaspoonfij i j of Kentucky. ful four limes n ilnv J bo well, shaken onch ti Any nrtiggist can i Cynihlann. Ky. The. body of Judxt onts nnd It can bo n u-- j CAPITAL NOTES. 4 Tho Concentrated i,r i, . Caleb West, who died In California, uct refined for melt "l arrived here for Interment lie serve only In Triumoh For Nloht Riders. hnlf ounco fi i The decision of tho court of appoali with distinction In den. Morgan's com closed In n round r a Y ,s in the Jack Kills night rider caso Is n mand iiurlng thr rlvil war, and wa llfthl and retains j), victory for tho night riders, for In Hit territerl.il governor of Utah. strength In tho fluid. lj , , , of the attorney general It ra brief labeled "Concentra'cd In c Lexington. statrd that unless the evidence of oth. r tet Ky. President Artliut tbo genulno ortlclo, ir outrages was admitted It would be Caroy. of the Ixlnglon Haitern impossible to convict ths men. railroad, received from J. Kenned; THE UNEMPLOYED, ieu. oi .New ork. owner of tho walor Superintendent Will Investigate. ity of tho stock of tho road, a telrsra At the request of tho state board of denying that the lino had been U education Superintendent of Public Crabbo will begin nn InvesLexington, Ky. An alleged effort o tigation to ascertain whnt has become fleece C. Iroy (Irayblll, son of M 11 of ths $80,000 collected from the nrnyblll. tho wenllhy Oklahoma American Hook Co. In six counties In wan, through a fake horse race wa Kentucky In fines nnd forfeitures. nipped In tho bud by the police here who believe Ihey hire struck a nest nl After the Senate, bunco steerers nnd confidence men A. S. Dennett, secretary of the remililirnn stato commltleo. Is here siiH Ky. l.otilsvllle. collecting monoy from the membership of 110 With jn initial the Htnreknntiers -- 1 state office holders. Tho republicans OsugerB' here's plenty of wc.k Association, of the fifth dis ,M will make a strong effort to capture of Kentucky, has been organized. only look for next senate therebv belnc able to trictobject lh "Yes. and bv thn Hr- - i. . .. (0 nrranen an tlisl thn Its la block objectionable legislation. salary of the storekeeper shsll all mo energy's gom ' oc not less tnan II a day all of the Will Form President's Escort. Not a Trouble Milir. djt. On. Johnson announced that time, and that each ptceJvp an annual When slx yearold c .v.r rt-- ,j Col. nregory, of tho First reclnimit. vacation of 30 days with pay. from his first day at B.r. ';t s or Louisville, win select a detail of asked him tOUlillc. Kr. Rhortlr Wore his fatherwhereupon wka t;. t, ,J 10 men from that regiment to act as bltn, Ohvcr t . n tiiea tlmo to co on the stare at I In- - tnr he lierson.il escort of President Anderson theater hero, and while mak ho could the miracle cf '. ." ... llnosevelt to tho Lincoln fnrm ou Feb ing up nim ... .mii.-- By(.,t.- - j i uji. in. for hit part In the hesidllner of ruary 12. -the vaudeville bill, Mlj Violet lllack atory was a rather hard ? asked tho boy wrt ti t 'A Co.. Cameron Clemens, an artnr 11 To Restock Elkhorn. years oM, was shot Ihreo times by about It, but Oliver c.- -' J tj 0-A petition has been prepared hero vuera question. Tno r.tl r Willi mown, another tho and will bo tent to Washington asking company. Drown fled, member of can- - however, tho two wire a. J tt but was fast. the nation fish commission to restock tares. both forks of the Htkhnrn wtth "Father." said tho bey i " solemnly. and black bass awl goggle-eyKy. In the federal court Illehmond. "Weil," answered the f:'- "it ts probable thai thousand of llltla hero Judxe Cochran ruled that the "I didn't believe 'hit r fish will be planted In the creek. tbst action of tho I'oslmas'crCenoral In the loaves and fishes ; " fassoptilng tho malls of tho York Distil tlnued the child, In a r. Contract Awarded. HtW l'o of Newport, before they had tlal tone, "but I dldn t The contract for flHiig roses and ti t: H book stacks In the library and the been proved guilty of fraud, was ddln't want to lUrt an t Poatmnsler-Cenera- l Tho Success Msgazlne court of appeals was awarded by the unlawful cnpHol commission to tho General charred that ihe whisky aeld bv this Would DJr the Jud . ary, Flruprooflng Co.. of Youngatown. O., concern was not as advertised, and Is. Toung i n; minute: s ii.:t which made two bMs. one of ISI.S7C. sued a fraud order to stop Its receiv i.-a ing tasll. lomo very Irreverent and tho other of 121,576. they get In hanv si t- - i w Cyatktana, Ky. A financial transac so broadly condemn s' ir u ' - z Victory For Tobacco Combine. Tho court of appoals reversed the tion of especial Interest was canted elorgyman who was - rj 's-r- u s chaplnln at tho o;cJudgment of the Henry circuit court In lo cowRJetlnn when the two Hef0 the cnsc'of the American Tobacco Co. bosidi of directors of tho Fanners term of court down In M: z h jj After covering cvcr against the commonwealth. In which National bank and the Cynthlana bonk rar'-ji- s the American Tobacco Co. was lined agreed upon plans merging the two think of as appropna'o llglon to law. he r i r: 2.700 cn the charge of botng a pool Institutions, hereafter to i known m i, . tho ihe Farmers' National bank, the stork with wo supplies! a of a number of companies. alt bo gs'hf c1 la of tho Cynthlana bank being taken may land whero there arc t c - :i, a a ratio of two for ouo. over at Dig Lois To State. lawyers and no Ju's; Tho stato of Kentucky will lose back Then thoy change! taxes amounting to $219100 If the Louisville. Ky Kentucky republic court of appeals sustains the judgment ans in Washington nre planning to Oh, Fathcrl of Judge It. L. Stout, of the fiscal court give a banquet to Senator William O. "Father, you muil not i"j ptt In the case of Arthur Hotiklns. au Ilrndley, of this stato. on the night of doal 'c's.' dltor's agent, nijainst tho Southern Pa March 4, to mark his entrance Into Thus dwcndolln cbf:rl 1 v :1 Pk cific Haliroad Co. the senate. Invitations will be ex veau culture, to fa' her tended to all republicans who go to packer. "Hut I haven't been d .. i Louisville. Ky. C. II. Parrlsh. pas Washington from Kentucky to attend "Thero you go. Drtr: tor of one of the larcest neero conrro- - tho Inauguration. The speakers will 3v gntlona In has received a Uo. beside Senator Ilradley, (lav. Will say 'comln' nnd goin ' letter from Gov. Wlllson saying ho will son and former Commissioner uf Inter. out onr final V sound ful." adjust the grievance of tho negroes nal Itevenue John W. Yorkes. A pause. because Ihey were glvun no represen"Owenny." tation on the Lincoln centenary Ky. Tho wedding Unilsvllle, of "Yes." Miss Hllznbeth Shirley and Thomas "May I drop the fins! i Iz tit" (.canard Shoviln, of Minneaolls, was Richmond, Ky. The democratic city solemnized here. Mrs. Shevllu Is com .I. trr ramn'iMt. primary resulted ns follows: Pulle sldered one of the most beautiful worn tnnr-- . thn .tslnrmin I .'3 ' Judge. J. J. Oreenleaf; city at'ornoy en In Kentucky. Her husband plajed bouts occasionally, snd a" - V Thomas II. Collins; chlof of pollen, on tho Yalo eleven, nnd Isist year as celebrated riotously lb V James II. Allman; mayor, Samuel slsitd Dr. Williams In coaching tho vailed npon to sign ' o f ' - Itlco; councilman. K. Uerry, Jeff Stone. Minnesota team to defeat the Carlisle this ploco of news f Ktnlol tarlcch. T. S. Todd, J. li Sex nubl c tr. Hut In a r w s ..i. son of n Indians. He Is ton and T. T. CovliiRton; constable. aire lumberman the Minnesota. million turned upon his tctr t - 3 f of M. Sorlvnor; magistrates, II. C. m.I mIi. anni-h- l riT.!'...SI Hlce and J. D. Dykes. . HicVmin. Ky. Trafflc on the river atIiiuiuiuiiivB. Tho deal" gricrrj has been grety Impedtd by n violent told tho waiter to d Islington, Ky. At n meeting of tho stockholders of the Hluu Rrsss To- - wind, rain and snowstorm. The Char drivlng'a milk w. r - t:l bncoo Co. the final arrangements wore lotte liroeckler, a gasoline tug. sunk; fellows advertising ' '. made for the transforof their holdings also a barge belonging to the Hunting- - water wasont' Judge Louis Towboat Co. The Her to Detroit, Chicago and Indlannrolls ton-SDIDN'T KNOW capitalists, who will reorgnnlzo tho man Paepcke, with a few empty barges. Is lying on the Missouri show . company with n capital stock of Coffee Was the Cjuk. to unnblo to continue down the river. The mw owners mako it one of tho largest Independent Itiver traffic In general la at n standnam'-Jianj Tho White Sox, Ihe gatrallno eating uuii still. tobacco factories In the south. il j. drinking, arc t yacht ownrd by Sir. Comtskoy, ownor lowing and olders. .. our . nc Ml. Sterling, Ky. Tho ropubllenu and manager of the White Sox bane-ba- ll In this way III team, was blown aehoro. and Is tened upon children ' V'' state central commltleo lias been ,A reported In bad condition. l" called to meet nt the (Jnlt homo, i I had beon allowcJ t' Thursday, February 18. Tho over slnco I could retne IjuIsville, Ky. Tho National Can- - as n child I nau a committee will consider new mien 1 to becomo party law nets' association will convent In an recommended tilch frequently governing nominations in cities. The nual session hero, and will b In ses- tood, . W.3 u . ,.i ris nlA rvf . rules hnvc beeu prnparcd by a subcom sion all woek. Hot ween .1,000 and IUSVU vs rr,". mittee appointed by Chairman Winn. t.000 delegates are here from g part mouth nil tho tlmo an ! : til'--- ' consisting of Senator Ilradley, J. C. of Ihe country to attend. They will out lalor, tho cause t f C ' represent not only the onnnlng Indus belling ngalnst food, Speight and Win. McD. Shaw. y try, but also the machinery urn! tin "I now seq that It wan ' H cf r Hay- - supply bouses nnd collateral trades. lowing tho example JjOuIsvUIc, Ky. Comptroller 8. Crary. Iloopesion. 111., I formed and contltl'J' I t ' 1 don, of the Loulsvlllo & Nashville, Is President sued n stntomout of the earnings of declared that tho onnnors would work habit or drin.ing cou w the road In December. 1908, as com- In harmony with Dr. II. W. Wiley, thn remnincn poor, ,,a pared with those of December, 1907, government chemist, and that the ob- quont headache, and j c ' I L J Knowing nn Increase In not oporntlng ject of tho convention Is to demonpect tho true cause ,jj ' 'Another trouuio a 190S, of strate with thy widest publicity tint revenues for December, l w hich I C nplexlon for nio.t modem methods of canning foodS1.0'J4.I1S.&C. For thn last alx month t ' of DOS, compared with the same pe stuffs nnd tho purity and valuo of such money for creams, h: lllinitt nnV rnilllTS riod In 1907, there was an Increase in goods. It Is tho biggest trade organ'1 t. "After 1 was marrlr 1 net operating rovonuou of S2,i29,8fC01. ization In tho United States. -' try l'ostum. nnu ..n..-iloulsvlllo. Ky. JudKO Kvans In fed- - I. nn old coffee t0pr r - . .. jM LoJtlngton, Ky. Dr. M. A. Scovolt, ' We bead of tho Kentucky puro food de- oral court, granted an Injunction to from the very first ,j according to direction! partment, announced that his depart- tho Cumberland Telunhmie Co. re ment would Insist on the labeling of straining the ally of Owensboro from and it hnd a most dcllic ' "l-- r w:!i all food articles containing bunzoaio interfering in nny way with the com- at onco quit coffee, . ,,;0W soda. Seovull loft for liutivlllst pany. Notice of appeal to tho United results. of -"I now havo a perff y . tJji States clreujt court was filed. to confer with Dr. li. W. Wiley. -i In, flno digestion dacho in over i ' Owlngsvlllo, Ky. The homo of loulsvlllo. Ky. Associate Architect r.pH rhero's a Henson"( Nnthanlel Workman, of .Moore's Ferry, F. li Lincoln and (Jennrnl Council U amo given by Vc- - 'TliijVi burned during a severe snowstorm. II. Hundley, of the Lincoln Farm as "'- ek, Mich. llcad.' Tl Two children uf Mr. nnd Mm Work sociation, camo here to get tho faman woro burned tn death. Mr. and mous Lincoln cabin, to take It to tht) Lincoln farm at llcdnoiivllle. whori ou Mrs. Workman wore also seriously ' ,( pprara from !''" It will go In tho memorial building. ar grnulur, (rue, sail ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Sections fine ncciPcjcn ciLDr t MIX half mine, r.r r i, 1 1 11 -- lodly If -- ( small-mout- h e, . - 1 1 ct, i:i r' tu ! S'-im -- R m iuu t. $300,-000- proio ) - hc. nt. - Ihi-Isvlll- " A 11 IX. t. nu J 1 i j fr n- lutsrest 3 Washington Whisperings Interesting Ult of Now Cnthcred nt the Natlbnnl Capital. TRUTH COMING OUT RICH MANUFAO "PROTECTED'' TURER8 ARE TALKINQ. tl I500,0C0,0CO FOR THE CANAL. Con- - Cost of Panima Cutting Worth idsration by Taxpayers. mi , i Service Commission Wants Home of tho government wholly peripatetic nnd without permanent quartrrlngs la subject to auaplclon ami to slighting considerations. Wo wanted to bo helped out of that situation." It la nearly twenty alx yenra alnco tho commission waa orgnnUod. Tho onrlv meetings In 1S81 wore held In tho apartment of Dorman II. Hnton In tho colebroled but dilapidated Wormley'a hotel loiter tho commission rented two roonia In a residence In Fourteenth atreet. From thoro It moved to tho seed building or tho dopartmont of In 1886 It moved to a wins of tho city hall building. In 1898 It moved to tho Concordia building, and In 1000 It moved to Ita present wholly Inadequate building. Tho coinmlaalon wanta quarters that nro permanent, that will be a creditable monumonl to tho work It has dona and nn honor to tho public aorvlca that It la performing. An appropriation of J300.000 wilt provide a proper alto and building and this ap proprlatlon la recommended. In transmitting to congress tho commission's letter and the draft of a bill for tho appropriation, President Koosovelt says ho approves tho commlaalon'a recommendation. Tho force of tho civil aervlco commission conatata of 101 cmployea, of whom 157 nro constantly employed In Washington. Theao employes supervise, nnd complete the work of 1,569 local boards, composed of 4.G90 members, distributed throughout tho territorial intent of tho United States, Hawaii, tho Isthmus of Panama, and tho Island of 1'orlo Itlco. I.nut year there woro 1G7.39! applicants for dop.irtmont High Tariff Schedules Admitted by Their Deneflclsrles to Be Plain , Robbery Statement of Truth f at Least Encouraging. (o bo Impressed r.nfTMed from pll-- t n qii.irtcr of a con-- j Hi. I'M civ" service t H'n doorstep nk on Appropriation .,c of of my own," nistlvft. li the waif, In if ihli national tied , permanently t . w rninont. tlio civil wan-I nlm homeless wenry i n c to lay Its i Unco Its eitAbtlili-! is been turned out of I 'o brck new Urine KoN. t it - r.: r.' 3i - . h aco whero It mny bo so-.-.. j. n anil whero Ita work nnd (11k-IJ f ii In a nklnK congress hlrh to bulla n modI i z- f ttio conventional ' tide out bow tntich r.c saved In rentals. Tlio in the froitoaltlon la lm-- n. tnrdlng to the official ..'1 n addressed to tho jireal-.Titulialon nnil by lilm f - i aklnif congress for 'Muslon lmit not boon ror t i i ,j tirJIy a respected hend roof un-- ' he t r .i gather that family.' ,on Any bureau or r' I oni Leaders in Congress Come from Cities states, else tho representation of that region among tho members from tho cities would be still further materially reduced. It Is noteworthy that of tho city membership sont to congress ICS aro lawyers and only 68 belong to other professions and nvoratlons. logliln-tor- s Two of the best 'In congress Theodore B. Ilurton ' the membership of h'a'es senate and not of Cleveland nnd John V. Weeks of t. o membership of tho Newton, Mass. come from tho cities. f In the pres-tThey aro equally posted on currency, E'from titles and towns the tariff, the nary, ngrlculturo nnd :t "ts in ooo population. Of rivers and harbors, ltepresentatlvu ! :J"-- cf both houses who Mann of Chicago Is a recognised au' . t c and towns 51 nro In thority on tho pure food nnd drugs act. i1 s In the house of F. I. nillet of Massachusetts Is tho Of "he senators 38 aro bcsMnforracd man on tho civil servt: 'kern states and only 13 ice; Charles K. Townscnd of Michigan ' r .'ken states, whllo among on tho Interstnto commerce laws. It rr: i vrs 145 are from tho being generally known that ho practibu J v to from tho south, cally draw tho Hepburn rallroadrato - ' () cf both the bouse and act; James A. Tawncy of Minnesota la " 'hi llepubllean side Is tho authority on Impropriations, and tn men from tho Sercno K. I'nyno of New York on tho i' 'he Democratic loader raising of revenuea to pay thorn; John r vr raperlally, la divided Dalxoll of Pennsylvania Is tho apontlo : the smaller commu-- ' of protection; W. 8. Hennet of New a the ststes of Mary-- York tho strong man on tho Immigral k" Missouri 1avo tion laws, nmt Charlos N. of n our the southorn New Jersey on currency. ma 1 'c i - s f ' ll rep--i.e- -- ' .'l Ita 1 -l Automobile to Supersede the Horse Tho urgent deficiency bill recently reported, authorises an appropriation of $12,000 for the purchase, caro and nt tbo maintenance of automobiles White House. TAIa appropriation available Immediately. It vlll cover tho Initial cost of the machines which Mr. Taft will doubtless purchase and uho provldo for tho care of tho machines for tho remainder of tho current llscnl year, which will end on June 30. In tho now fiscal year, beginning July 1, tho Whlto House automobiles will be provided for by nn appropriation becoming available on that da(o, carried In the executive, legislative and Judicial appropriation bill. $3S,-00- 0 I ' s will become a part ' n I 1 T i: I. House equipment In f.f William II. Taft, i i c in a measure of tbo ' I'jiagi-now used as a 'n.fion In and nroi)nd ' 'lie mombora of the tainllv One of I'resldont uv rslona Is tho auto-ra- i d rllned to purchaso " in two or threo ' ' h ever consented to bo r In one On tho other T,af' ' very fond of tho null tllC lntll linlltfn.l b t many tours In high , i j'auiy on his visit to V ''cr- hu was compelled V.1 5 : r ft This appropriation approximates And provides for tho maintenance of tho Whlto llouso stnblo. According to statements mado nt tho Capitol Mr. Taft Intends to use tho automobile exclusively In his movements In nnd about Washington. Tho provision In tho urgent. deficiency bill authorizing tho uso of automobiles nt I n pa In accordance tho Whlto llouso was Inserted In that ' is's mado for requost of Presidenthim by measuro nt t' i J r'ate committees. elect Toft i rm!c lor uncie joe in tne ruture n tho It was sucgestcd govJewol that ernment ought to keep a vehicle for j r ; t -- u""nliiB bird Ho Is going " IH two pronoluB f?,r;: !.: i , ,. ,lR r''orcd coachman. 'U along Pennsylvania 1 rt il Plutocrat nnd throw ( 1 Of 111.. l "luiiiuu A., tuner bis weary way. For 1 llle Joe" hag occu-,- i t53 of a tru"r nnd --- . tad V 10 Ulrau c'sar lu pouco i ct JulCANNON, plain uu uniniiud spuakar of 'i noon blossom out nnd ,m . t of wings. "mi sii in-- Uf. ... ffair ''V of rurul simplicity "J UK- EOllilti. ii ... I ,. I.I. I'annon should :c, ,t; T tho Tito bait was swullowcd In connection with tho Una and polo and tho Isglslntlvo executlvo and Judlclul appropriation bill provides that tho and speaker shall each have a carriage. It was figured that two prancing horses for each, with an appropriate conveyance having four wheels and n varnished body, would cost tho government $5,000, nnd that lump sum was ullowed for tha Innovation. Tho Item, which Is Incorporated for tho llrst tlino, does not specify whoth-o- r either of tho oinclabi shall bavo one or two horses, a rockuway, victoria, trap or phuteon. It simply speclllos That Is horses nnd carriages. sulllclout for onu-o- f tho plaltt people lllio "Undo Joo" Cannon. Up to this time, tbo president and members of tbo cablnot woro tho only ones Undo Sam provided with horses and carriages. cer-talnl- y The nvorngo Amcrlonn can not fnll with tho dual attitude nssumed by certain prominent manufacturers as wttnessea boforo tho ways and means committee. In ono breath, a witness wll ndmlt that as a corporation manager lio Is In favor of high tariff. In tho noxt breath ho will admit that as an In dividual citizen and speaking for tho great body of American consumers he favors a swooping reduction In tar Iff schedules. Othor manufacturers want tho schedulos changed In other lines of production nnd loft alone, or made' higher. In their own. Still others fnvor the entire removal of customs duties. In their own particular line, whllo championing stiff schedulos on other manufactured goods. When tho National Association of Manufacturers sent Mr. Miles, chalrt man of Its tariff committee, ns n wit' noas tho other day he promptly disclaimed speaking for other manufacturers nnd could give his Individual opinion only. Ho favored freo alcel, and even free farming Implements, which nro made by his own company. Ho said In effect that farmers wero being robbed by the present tariff schedule, and were entitled to tho rei ductlon. This was nlmost a bombshell In Mr; Payne's committee. Tbo Idea of a' corporation whoso manufacturer amasses wealth from high tariff taking tho side of American consumers was contrary to all traditions. Ilut tho truth will come out. Dot sides Carneglo, who Is too rich to FALSE MOVE DY GOVERNMENT. need "protection" any' more, thoro nrq nctlvo manufacturers who get tired Important Question Involves Freedom playing the Mr. Hydo role In tarof the Press. iff matters. When thoy think of consumers' burdens thoy become, Dr! whether It seems very doubtful Jckylls. Tho averago corporation or trust Is congress could. If It wished, create government proverbially soulless. Tho men who the crlmo of libeling tho manage tho trusts nro not bound by ns such, and as distinguished from any rule of ethics, excopt to mako libel of public ofuclnls for which they money for tho stockholders. As In- may seek personal redress llko other dividual American citizens and Intel- citizens. Tho constitution says that ligent students of economic problems "congress shall mako no law abridgthey freely ndmlt that high tariff ing freedom of Bpocch or of tho press." schedules aro often plain robbery of Any hostile criticism or governmental acis would probably bo construed as consumers. It Is encouraging to find somo lead- libelous by tho officials responsible ing manufacturers Inclined to tell tho for thoso nets. And Instead of seektruth In tho Interest of American con- ing a personal vindication It would doubtless be convenient for such offsumers. icials to havo tho iower of tho nation put forth to vindicate them, as Mr, Bring Out Important Facts. ' May put seeks In BOems Incredible that American Koosovelt nowbrother-in-law- . to have It courts will recocnlso that a friend of forth for his Congress onco tried to do this very relative of tbo president lias a sacrosanct character, entitling him to havo thing. Dy tho sedition net of 1798 It tho nation prosecute his alleged libel-or- , denounced as a crlmo "any false, scan as one guilty of treason. Ilut, It dalous and malicious writings against tho courts shall admit such a prosecu- tho government of tho United States, tion, certain public benefits should re or cither house of congress, or the president." Rut even In that effort suit. Wo should get n Jargo amount of which lasted only nbout threo years, evidence under oath as to what has came near causing a revolution, nnd become of somo of tho money already started tho destruction of the Fedspent on the Panama canal enterprise eralist pnrty, thoro was no attempt Thoro havo beon great difficulties la to mako tho relatives of tho president finding out what has become of some sacrosanct or to confer upon his per 140,000,000 of tho Panama canal ex sonal friends special exemptions not pondlturo who got It nnd what they enjoyed by other citizens. In vlow of the results of the one gave In exchango for It Thoro Is widespread suspicion that tho nation open attempt to crcat tho crlmo of was victimized at Panama from the leso majeste of constructive treason In this country It is not surprisoutset. And, In view of tho fact Hint a canal ing thnt congress asks undor what law which wo wero told orlglnnlly would thoso prosecutions are made, that It cost only 1135.000.000 Is expected now may repeal It And It Is not to bo to cost over JE0O,000.O0O, the fullest that the courts will sanction tho qfforts of Mr. Koosovelt nnd Mr Information about Panama cxpondl-turoIs distinctly desirable. Chicago Ronnpnrte to make tho presidency an offlco held "by graco of God," and Inter Ocean. thorofore not only abovo criticism, but The Congress Engineer Corps. shielding also from criticism all tha Tho II eminent engineers of the personal friends mid relatives of Its congress committee, graduated from temporary Incumbent. This Is not n tho political caucus and ward primary monarchy yet. Chicago Inter Ocean course tltcp.) and now taking n In tho house of representatives, deRoosevelt's True Worth. liver a vastly Important message to Tho Orcoks wore wlso In their tho world. They have had a little Junket down to Panama nnd back, philosophy that no man should bo opened a fow bottles of cheer on the called entirely happy until ho was voyage, drawn to somo pokor hands, wholly dond. It will be Mr. Rooseand decided pronunclng their Judg velt's fault, and almost exclusively his ment by wireless bolcgmph thnt the fault. It thoso who havo perhaps too Panama canal, as It Is now building hastily concluded that history would has their strongest professional ap call his administration great should proval. They could build a Panama bo compelled to rovlso their opinion. canal llko that ouco every two years A miserable ending In strife and broil, whero tho language of Insult Is used betweon congress district campaigns Will thoso men of tho morely tech upon ono slda provoking stern rebukes nlcal sphoro of America and Europe. from tho other, would so becloud Mr, wIiosq business Is rearing dams, dig Koosevolffl administration that Its King cannls nnd harnessing water unpleasant final months would hold power, and who oxpross tho grnvest In many minds a larger placo than all doubts of tho success and oven of the tho achievements that had gono bopossibility of completion of tho plan foro. The country Is certainly Interlu Its presont form will thoso green ested In tho quarrol, but It is not edias horns and amateurs uow please be fied. It Is shameful. It Is undignified as a street fight between good? reputable tnon, It Is regretted aud deplored by overy Amorlcan who disPress Must Do Free. Jackson, oho of the niost arbitrary likes to soo tho reputation of his counof American presidents, paid no at try tarnished. It Is fervently to be tcntlon to personal attacks In tho hoped that Mr. Koosovelt will mako at press, lie accorded a larger liberty least prlvato admission of his errors to press comment than any that Is and offensos, and refrain from further at provocations. Repented nowadays. claimed That will bo tho best tempts havo been mado In Kngluiid. ending of what Is from any point of lu tho American colunlos and lu the vlow a protty bad situation for him. United Stutou to muzzle tho press or to restrain Its freedom, but uouo has As' wo' understand It. Mr. Itoosevolt evor succeudod. On the contrary every thinks Tillman's speech was n comsuoCuttempt has reacted against the plete, vindication for tho Whlto Houso; authorities making It. Tho actions In fact, everything that transpires vinundertaken ngitlnst Homo, TooKe, dicates tho. White Houso. William Coibott and John Wilkes In It Is noted with pleasure that the Kuglnnd, ngalnst John Peter Zvnger In old Now York aud against others In Dig Nolso In Washington Is now limlater times, all resulted In confirming ited to something less than a fow and strengthening tbo liberty of the weeks. Ilut It promises to becom pNzt withlu largo and rightful limits noisier as tho end draws near. one-thirsea-levd woll-ntg- Horn time ago. In view of certain In Its Information OMesslon. ths Journal warned Its reodors Hint the estlmoted cost of tho Panama cnnnl would be raised to halt n billion dot lars. that the lock canal would be caabandoned In favor of n l nal, and that eventually the present route would probably be abandoned altogether. Therefore they will not be surprised (o read In this morning's Tribune, tho personal organ of Mr. Roosevelt and Judgo Taft, that "tho country Is to bo treated to a few little surprises ns to tbo real naturo nnd cost of the government's undertaking, In Joining the two big, oceans." The Trlbuno quite naturally takes a very personal Interest In tho canal. Thereroro It prdsonts In tho best possible light the fact that our own Senator Hopkins has Introduced a bill to make the cost limit 1600,000,000. Tho original appropriation of $195,000,000 has all been expended, nnd tho work Is not dorio. Tb'e peoplo of the Vnlted States nro asked for t305e 000,000 more for a lock canal, and there Is no assurance that even that vast sum will cover the cost. As the Journnl foretold, the next step will bo tho announcement, after Judge Tnft and his bIx engineers make their Inspection, that tho lock canal Is unfcaslblo and wo must have a ditch. On tho basis of experience, tho government may spend 11,000,000,000 on that boforo aban doning It In fnvor of somo more prac tical routo. Tho canal bogey Is very real. Tho "Pooh-Poohattltudo of certain timeserving newspapers will no longer deceive tho people. Ono of these days tbo whole Infamous truth about tho Panama deal from first to last will be told, and moro than ono popular Idol will be found to have feel of clay. Chicago Journal. sea-leve- Farmers and Merchants Bank , Clinton Street, JUckm&n, Kentucky. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.... That wo ofler to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. TMOHPSON, Cashier. DIRECTORS J. 3. C. Bondurant, O. D. Threlkeld, J. W. Alexander, II. Duehansn. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. T. A. Ledford, II M. 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Ramajre, deceased.) riarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO, HICKHAN, STONE : WORK : t all kinds, IRON FONCINO. : KENTUCKY Davidson &Sinll)s Meet Your Friends -- AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: ntckman, Ky. Orer CowglU's irug store. Union City, Tonsorial Parlors Hickman. Hot and cold baths; electrlo lights and fans, hydraulic chairs and everything for comfort. Beit In Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. building. Tenn. In C B, A. MIIHlMMIiWHMIMWH J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray, Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Roney & McMurray, New Books, Stationery; Post Cards, Notions, Etc. Call and see our stock. LAWYERS. Practice In all ths courts In thi State, Deeds, mortgages and all binds ot contracts. Notary Publlo In oSo. N HICKTA.N, KY. Offlo Everything over IluicomVi drug iter. MaryBerendes&Gonpnif FOR ONE MORE WEEK The Prices Made in Our Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers have been recorded In the office of the county clerk since Janunry first B G Hale to R A McCary, of Denver, Tenn., land, $1 JOO. W J Cox to Geo L Major, lots In IN SELECTING A FABRIC for your new Sp,lrig Smile Smile, and the world tmiles with you, "Knock" nd you go nlone; For the diecruJ Rtin Will let you in Where the kicker it never known. Growl, and the way looki dreary, LatiRh, and the path it bright. For the welcome tmile Dringt luntliine, while A frown shuts out the light. Sing, and the wodd'i harmonious. Crumble, and things go wrong, Yet all the time You are out of rhyme With the Imty, buttling throng. Kick and there' t trouble brewing. Whittle, and life it gay. And the world'i in tune Like a day in June, And torrow will melt away. JUll or overcoat offered by & from ilcjre GREAT Will Hold Good. Remember That Many of These Prices are Made 0F50 CENT GOODS - And are in Both Rooms- ELLISON BROS Nichols Pays Penalty. P. G. Nichols, formerly of this city and well known to many of our people, having resided in West Hickman until about four years ago, was hanged in Marion, Ark., Tuesday. Following is a special frcm Marion, giving an account of the execution : "P. G. Nichols, formerly of Hickman, Ky., was hanged in the jail yard here this morninc: shortly before noon, for the murder of Ed son of S. L. Smith, the Smith, a fisherman, in the river near Island No. 39, last September. A large crowd from all over the country was in town, but only about twenty fiive people were admitted to the enclosure to witness the execution. "Nichols made a short talk from scaffold and prayed and sang, after which the black cap was put over his head and the trap sprung. "The body was taken to Memphis by M. Flannagan, who will have it buried there. "Nichols and the elder Smith were enemies, the feud having grown out of trouble over a woman. When they met in the river, he rowed up to the boat occupied by the Smiths, and began to fire, the shots intended for the father killing the boy. "The case was carried to the supreme cand a petition then sent from the Memphis police department and from Crittenden county, asking Gov. Donaghey to pardon Nichols." While in this city, Nichols fished for a living. Later he was employed by the Singer Sewing Machine Co., and had an office in Fulton. Some ten years ago he married a Mrs. McMurrav. in this citv. but left his wife and ran off with another voman, and his career has been downward since that time, judging from what we arc able to learn. Fulton, $2739.43. Jno II Ewln to J P Tyler et al, lots in Fulton, $2200. T H Wlllams to J F & WC Glide-wel- l, 1)3 acres land, $2600. J M Gifford to J F Glldewell, land, $750. Julian Choate to Frank Watson, land east of Hickman, $5203. Henry Davis to A II Leet, land, $400. T J Fletcher to B J Jones, 33 acres land, $550. B G Hale to W A Dodds, 56 acres land, $3992. 90. N II Belew to J W Broun, lets in Rice's addition to Fulton, $400, A F Tittsworth to S T Evans, 10 acres land, SHOO. W II Badger to Henrietta Carter, o. Obion county, interest in land in lower bottoms, $140. J W Elks to Mrs S M Hubbard, 40 acres land, S1820. R L Campbell to V B Graddy, of Jordan, 40 acres land, $3200. J B Wilkins to L E Murdous, lot in Alexander, $400. J B and M P McDowell to Mary McDowell, lots in Fulton, $500. Claywell to P J Frenz, lot in Hickman, $125. W R Ellis to Green Keys, lot in East Hickman, S450. J R Donnell to J H Provow, lots in West Hickman $185. W C Johnson to W J & H W Roberts, land, S3000. Fred Asbell to L B Hampton, 81 acres land, S900. II EJmiston to Edgar and W J Powell, lot in Cayce, $450. J E Griffeth to J J Wiley, 80 acres land, S1000. Henry Sanger to W A Johnston and I W Dobbins, 72 acres land in lower bottoms, S4500. W S Henderron to W O W Lodge, lot in Old Hickman. Lydla Ann Boyle to G I it J H Boyle, land, $4000. T M Exum to S Lovelape, house 1- -4 EJ V. Pfo eliminate any Co., you possibility of substitution in favor of chfapneand get just what you pay for that means honest value. absolutely If you want made to order, clothes come in and look over the 500 fabrics from these and have us take your measure. famous tailors, The result will be emi nently pleasing, and the price uncommonly reasonable. $3.00 for Spring ALL STYLES: (INCORPORATED) " $3.00 G. CO. BALTZER & DODDS D. and lot In Fulton S1200. Lewis Fieldi to II Joyner, house and lot in Fulton, $5000. lotc I P Witt to Jetie Johnson, In Fulton $900. B D Thomas ton, Brookiville Fla., to Hickman Hdw. Co., lot in Old Hickman. This firm is now building a warehouse on the lot. S Q McCreary to Finis L Clark, 5 acres land In Madrid Bend, S625. S D Luten to F S Moore, lot in East Hickman, $450. J A Calhoun to R T Tyler, land In lower bottoms, S7600. Wm A Adams to Finis L Clark, land in lower bottoms, $500. A M Adams to Finis L Clark, 1 land in lower bottcmi, deeds of w A A a Kl i. Adams is a portion cl t f,-Mrs Margaret Potter. II S Salmon to J II Pt t,.'ia land, 5201). Remlna Kearbv to D: WLI B acres land, 577 Tom Dllllon sr, rr.a).r, ;l 51. L K K, real es'a"; c street to be used by u r. AMI a park. When the n . J to use the land r:r.r-.- , deeJ as a park, it rr j to the city. II A Tyler ts J J I -- z in East Hickman, S' aj r Feb. 3, MF-r- a i! tnmmmm-?immmmmmmmtnmmmmmimmni- ii Cowgill Rogers wars here from Cairo, Sunday. S. L. Dodds was in Mayfield Saturday on business. The Hickman Hardware Co.'s new warehouse is going right up. The Embroidery Club will be entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. C. F. Baltier. Robert Douglas returned to Memphis Sunday after a week's visit to H. H. Green and family. Send us your laundry and have it done better for a lower price 2c for collars. E. C. Rice & Co., agents. Rev. Will Sullivan, formerly of this place, preached here Sunday and Sunday 'night at the Baptist Church. Carl Schmidt and wife entertained several friends at Raffles at their home Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served. Postmaster Stephens received yesterday a consignment of the new Lincoln Memorial stamps, on which The is a picture of Mr. Lincoln. new series will be on sale after to- day. Dave Johnson was in Fulton, Fri NAIFEH "BROS. Nick Holcombe spent Sunday at woodland Mills. Allison Tyler was in May field, Wednesday on business. Cash will buy more and better goods at the New Cash Store. Mrs. Emma Ward and baby, of Walnut Log, Tenn,, are the guests of R H. Kirk and family. Reserved seat tickets for the Lyric lheatrc show may be purchased at the Hickman Drug Company's Store Flowers for Yalentine. Order to of H. E. Curlin, agent for the best and largest hot house in the South. Remodeling Sale After stock inventory and remodeling our Dry Goods Department we found hundreds of things which we are going to close out at Big Bargains. day day. One of the most enjoyable dances given here in years was the one given Friday night by a large number of the young folks and married people at the. Odd Fellows' andW. 0. W. Hall. A strintr band was nro- cured from Union City. Saturday evening, Miss Mary Waters entertained a large uumber of friends in honor of Miss Annie Hill Eason, of Nashville, who is the guest of Mrs. Toe L. Amber?. Both Parents Attentionl vocal and instrumental music were At the end of every month Hick- much enjoyed. An excellent lunch man College gives each pupil from of Welsh rarebit, fudge, and coffee, the fourth grade through the High were made on the chafing dish, and School, a report card showing his greatly relished. deportment, days present, days The Cuban party, composed of tardy marks and grades receivMr. and Mrs. R. T. Tyler, and ed in each subject. It would great- daughter, Miss Emma, and Miss ly help and encourage the children Mabel Wilson, who left here Sunday if parents would carefully examine week for Havana, Cuba, were joined these report cards to see if their Martin, Tenn., by Mrs. V. M. cbddren are improving the sacred at Gardner, and at Jacksonville, Fla., opportunities given them to improve by Mis. Maggie Randle, and their hands, heads and hearts for Carpenter and wife, of useful life work. Northern Kentucky, friends of Mr, Tyler's. They sailed on Tuesday Mis Lillian Leach has returned of this week from Miami, Fla., for to Wingo after a pleasant visit to Havana, where they will spend D, B. Wilson and family. several weeks risking mtereslng Somen was here Wednesday. points in Cuba. Jim ab-se- a. u. Matson, general passenger agent and good fellow at ! Cl.u T I.. Aucauuy, uiatc wine, wu ,11 iuwii, T. I... on business. Oce Harris is taking a little vacation off, and visiting his heme folks, and friends at Union City, and Nashville this week, LOST; Sunday between Postoffice and L. if. unison's residence, small diamond crescent stick pin. Finder return to tnis oitice and receive re ward, ltc Miss Mattie Terrett and Norman Sutton were married at the home of and by Squire R. L. Jackson on Jan uary 27. Miss Terrett is a daughter of G. B. Terrett, and Mr. Sutton has been in the employ of Mr. Terrett for some time. Friday evening, Miss Annie Elli son entertained a few friends at a Chafing Dish luncheon. Music and singing were features of the evening. Welsh Rarebit, coffee with whipped cream, fudge, cakes and wafers were much enjoyed. Wh!l In the act of nlnulnfr a practical joke on a fellow pupil at rr I L. wic v.uucgc, xucsuay, lour uoys were searched and each had on his person a dangerous drug, oil of mus tard, wnen put on the naked Uesn its effects are very similar to nitric nrlrl. The oil was nnurril nn a cf.it occupied by Lem Wiley while he was away from his desk a few minutes ; after his return the drug soon saturated his clothing, with the result that his posterior anatomy .was badly burned. The joke occurred in Miss Mattie DeBow's roam, and is likely to get someone Jn trouble. 1 1 1 BEST STOCK OF NEW SPRIMG GOODS Arriving daily are the best and newest things on the markets. Good and careful buying enables us to give you Rock Bottom Prices. White Goods, Linens, all colors, Embroideries, and Laces, and Muslin Underwear especially priced. One Hundred Rolls of the Best Jap Matting comes in nice patterns, the best 40c Matting: on earth, special price . . . . 28c Come and see our new arrangement and you will agree with us that ours is the Cleanest and Most stock of goods in town. Up-To.Da- te ?iuwuuwumuiuummiiuiuiluuuituuuiuwuiuuiiw! NAIFEH "BROS. DRY GOODS COMPANY r L THIS PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON CREDIT. IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES - THE HICKMAN (COURIER. Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. A BLUK MARK HERB in Mint tbnt your nutc ncrlptlon h axplrrd. llenew promptlr if jrou want t Ii paper to como to ynr, after thl month Grease the Riles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hifch WHOLE Up t m, )N no -- no," - HHIU"" " HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, MAY KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, HEAD HARVARD UNIVERSITY FEBRUARY 11, 1909. ESTABLISHED IS THE TEAR NO.U'ltM inn l Act, Keclfoot Lake of the Reel- Af which for the t have agitated the ii.' et to Shelby, remit-ro- t Captain Quentin sttenclng to death Suck loattt ii son women may be t i murderers, Ihf, trcry tk, from kick-ch- it , which hai been U M ntctHtrjl No. It cio houiei of the Leg-w- c k pwtnted tad rttkted, when by Senator McRee ciHtd kjr IcdiU IrouUt, bjr lik at.ve McDade. The o 11 mik wltk ipclSc, , !ha the preient owneri cHoa, 01 Ik UmiU orin r .ii. right in order that aid (inctloai, wUch acti bjr lt lb coo'titlon, ito(rpli( declared common - ra tk pais aad kafidbf the partmentol game, orini aad fyact'oai U a proyer iite under the provls I ketltk. Trr. . vili aicertain and if fri'nt session of the WINE 'y the termi under A.: ij OF 'ition will be grant j : ion ' Bad Backache How would you like to have your preference of the world's neatest and newest fabrics made Into a suit according to the fashion prevailing in the big cities the moment the cloth is cut? i In-i- wm'-- . IB ciira-(tr- r re-I- t- ' i.w i jB-K- mm -- I IH HflM mK HL I of our connection with Ed. V. Price 8c Co., of Chicago, largest tailors in the world of GOOD WOMAN'S An RELIEF r axe and declare Reel j , w , - i i whirh the easements j fishing on Reelfoot J to the State by "I ailltred II yean," wrltta Mn. Millada A. Akera , ol Biihim, Va "wlik Tirloui leaale troHti. ! bad lack backache that It drew tat orer, to I could not itiod blip me, bow I (r atriliht. Tbe doclar act I lock feel Ifte a mw wonao," could not Cards!, aad v M Jnma J Storrow la Kenerally betlovcd wilt be tho aucceasor of Charles Kllot na prcaldcnt of Harvard ttntvoralty Mr. Storrow la a graduate of both the unlTnralty and ttio Harvard Law achool. Ho Is an overseer of liar-vtn- ! nnd a member of the blinking firm of Lee, Hlgglneon & Co. While at collego ho wni noted as an athlete. V made to order clothes, you can secure the most satisfac- tory clothes obtainable at --- ""ssW -- n..,H.u...M. : - At All Druggists WRITS FOR PRCO ADVICE, a. it1 sion of the General Assembly of Tennessee the easement for shooting and fishing upon such property as they may own or claim. "Sec. 4. That this act take effect and be enforced from and after its J it futher enacted, passage, the public welfare requirw came and fuh pre- - ing it." I:.' u lr : v ut aside for the uie Manitou Comedy Co. it: - ' cf all citizens under 1j t'j r'fa.itioni for shooting The Dispatch does not believe in " . r nforraity with the discriminate theatrical criticism, and J hsh laws of Ten- - makes it a rule not to praise inferior T" r rxutmg or hereafter or indifferent attractions, but it is Esit: ' to be eitabllihed always a pleasure to say a nice thing ' ' , the department of about a really meritorious company, . f ntry, -- . and which and in the Manitou Comedy Comi Jr ihall give to pany, which opentd a week's en a'um r Trrnessee equal rights gagement at the Columbus Theater . Nf r'3 without dUcrimina- - Monday night, Manager Newby has '1 M f ""nf w one of the strongest repertoire or L? it further enacted, ganizations that hat visited this city r:.i i lMtRfnl of o " - fih In many a day. Columbus Dis cami. I ' "' Lall. as toon ax nnitl. patch. At the Lyric Theatre, Feb. i ' .j report to this sei-- 11 ' L it enacteu oy tne ,lly of the State of - ' i Reelfoot Lake, in Lauel unties, Tennessee, Lr. t rs thereof, and the stance of two hun- ' a - ; ,r a me ooraers or saw t,.c u"n, and lurroundlng i. :.( same u hereby u a'1 tth and game pre-- -' o n use and bene-- 3 f this State, A ' aUtlnr ac and decciiblnr armp-tomto UoMtt AdvUory Vtpt., Ttia Chattanoon MwUcIb Co., Chattanooca, Tcaa. E it 65c to 1.25 BALTZER & (INCORPORATED) Charleston, Mo., had three fires FOR RENT Sunday morning all in different over new barber parts of town and burning at the F. Baltzer. same time. List your real the Courier. If About the only notlcable difference between the street lights in Hick- doesn't cost you fire-fly, prices. see us today. Soft Collar Shirts, Assorted Colors remarkably reasonable DODDS D. G. CO. Office, Thiin)kninir Farmers Hdw. Co. What about that Railroad Park? Gasoline at the Courier Office. REX King of all cool drinks Cowgill's. T. B. Webb left last week for Marrilla, Ark. FOR SALE: Three large work mules. Apply to A. H. Leet. 35-2- c A large line of dishes to go at cost. Farmers Hdw. Co. Inc. The Memphis Conference Epworth League will hold a League Conference In Union City May Horse trading does not always turn out just to suit the trader as evinced in some of last Saturday's deals. "Two Merry Tramps" that familiar musical comedy by Bessie Bennett and Jerome Travers will be played at the Opera House, Feb. 17. Have your summer clothes chemically cleaned now, and have them ready for Easter. Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store. The "White Sox" a pleasure boat belonging to the Washington Baseball Club, was driven out on the river bank during the recent storm at Hickman, and Is still aground. Carrie Nation became acquainted with the London police courts Saturday when she was fined $7.50 for thrusting her umbrella through a window of a car In the underground railway upon which a cigarette advertisement was pasted. One of the editors of the Courier was given a "dressing down" by this same Carrie Nation, about three years ago, for smoking, and we have about come to the conclusion she should be locked up on as general principles, A new order from the Postoffice Department will be of interest to the general public. Hereafter Postmasters will be permitted to exchange stamps, stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers of others if a mistake has been made by the purchaser either in the denomination, the size or the quality. Up to the present time if an individual or a firm purchased stamps of a higher than was actually denomination needed they would have to be retained. Now they may be exchanged for smaller denominations, if accessary. However, this applies only to the actual purchaser, and besides, the exchange must be made within l?o business days. 13-1- 6. shop. front room Apply to C. Harness. Dishes. Farmers Hdw. Co. Feb. 11'12-1Opera House. Engraved cards, $1.30 3, estate property with we. don't sell it, it a cent. j Motion pictures every night Lyric. FOR SALE Good '65c a bushel. G. B. Threlkeld. 34-2- p man and the ordinary is that Storms have visited nearly all of at the the bug has wings and moves oc- the Southern states within the past casionally. The lights are good of week, causing great loss of life and seed oats, at the kind but durn the kind. property. -- if a-- 12-1- 3. Bootlegging should be a penitentiary offense. Then it could be stopped. If we want that new railroad from Tiptonville to Hickman we must wake up and get busy. Made in Hickman a nice pair of pants, by Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store. Hickman needs fifty more new residences ; they will pay a handsome dividend on the Investment. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried It yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Alex Nalfeh left last week on a tour through the Southwest. He will visit his sister in Oklahoma, City before returning home.) One of the best of the merry, jingling, mirth provoking musical comedy hits, "Two Merry Tramps" will be the attraction at the Opera House, Feb. 17. One of the latest electrical novelties for household use is the electrical razor. The form of the razor is similar to the well known safety type, but the razor is given a vibratory movement by means of a rotary eccentric in the handle of This motion is sufficient the device. to cut the beard as the razor is drawn acrross the face. Many persons feel offended because their comings and goings are not mentioned while those of others are, and wonder what the matter can be. The explanation of the matter is that the editor means to be impartial, but some escape mention. The likes and dislikes of an editor have nothing to do with it, and while it is not pretended that the editor is more than human he knows that the success of his paper depends on hii fairness and impartiality to all. It is the best way always when a notice is desired, to mention it to the editor or communicate through the No one feels worse about postoffice. any seeming neglect or partial performance of duty than the editor himself. w There Is Mo Place Like He OPERA HOUSE THREE NIGHTS ;, Thursday, FEB. ii THE We know this appeals to you. Why don't you build one? Have you investigated the liberal inducements of your home institution, The Hickman Building and Loan Association This association is the poor man's saving bank. Nineteen and a half years ago it was organized The Plays they Present are: i. . - Hearts Aflame ULKliaaaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai Are You An Elk A Fighting Chance Told in the Hills iBatsBsiaaaaaallH As One of the Many Who's Brown The Canuck Dr. Jeykle and Mr. Hyde And Many Others JSLaBBaaM M aBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaB and has been conducted along the same conservative lines throughout its existence. Look about you and you will observe the monuments that speak for its return on investments. This Association will build from the humble cot to the stately mansion; but it is conducted for the man with limited means, income or wages. series is now open and the The thirty-ninet- h will be closed at 2 o'clock p. m., books THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1909 For further information call on the secretary at his office in the Hickman Marble Works. statement in Watch for our next week's issue of this paper. semi-annual MATINEE SATURDAY Prices: HICKMAN BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N, 25c, 35c, 50c i" itKiir lmiHTK.u THOS. DILLON, SR. Secretary. Positive Proof. Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic In Hickman Becauie It's the evidence of Hickman citizen. Testimony easily investigated. endorsement of The strongest merit. The best proof. Read it : C. A. Watson, living in Hickman, Ky., says : "For some years I was a victim of kidney complaint. There were severe pains in the small my back, which were always acute when I stooped or lifting anything nnd at night. When I arose in the moraine I would be very lame was easily tired, and occasionally suffered from nervous spells. Head aches bothered me, I was sunject to diizv spells and there was a blurt ing of the eyesight. When I caught cold, It settled on my kidneys, and at such times, the passages of the secretions would be very frequent. This was particularly annoying during the night, and I was often forced to arise several times. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Helm and Ellison's drug store and two days after using I conthem received great relief tinued using them and when I had taken the contents of one box I was cured. My wife also used Doan's Kidney Pills, and they proved of more benefit to her than any remedy she had used during the twenty years she was a victim of kidney trouble. We will never lose an opthis portunity of recommending remedy to others, and shall always keep it in the house." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-MilbuNew York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. rn President Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln, who would be 100 years old Friday, if living, will be remembered throughout the na tlon tomorrow, this having been set apart as a legal holiday. Impres sive ceremonies will be held at his birthplace at the same time, near Hodgensville, Ky., at which Presi dent Roosevelt will be present. Whatever difference of opinion there might have been during the Lincoln was trying days of 1861-a good man. Following are some of the things said by him : On Labor. To secure to each labored the whele product of his labor, or as nearly as possible, h a worthy object of any good govern msnt. With some men liberty means for each man to do as he pleases with himself and the product cf his labor : with othersMt means to do as they please with other men and the product of other men's labors That issue will continue in this coun try when my poor tongue shall be silent. It is the eternal struggle be tween right and wrong. The com mon right of humanity and (he divine right of kin&s. In, whatever shape it develops itself it is the same tyran nical spirit that says: "You toil and work and earn bread and I'll eat 5, M. E. Church, Hickman, Ky. '' 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Big Revival Meeting Will Begin at This Church Sunday, Feb. 4th The infant child, seven weeks old, Rudder, died In this city, Friday, after suffering several weeks from erysipelas. The little one was laid to rest at Brownsville cemetery, Saturday, This Is the second child this family has buried within the last year, and they have the sympathy of their many friends. The interior of the store of the progressive firm of Naifeh Bros, has just been remodeled and put In up shape. New shelving, paper and paint make it look like a differ ent place, and the rainy other im provements to be made soon, wit make this one of the best and prel tiest stores in the state. Manager Dillon has four good shows booked to play at the Lyric The "Dan this and next week. Cupid" company were unable to fill their engagement here on the 8th because some of the members con tracted smallpox while playtog an engagement in Arkansas. te Heard " ""Street, - IM Moving pictures K.t- - ,.,. me Lyric. ' "'m Mrs. NetJack,on ?t ValentinesMori it REX Cow.ni.. the oroii ,l ... ''"qwBtbf Change of ""7 sty the Lyric. Valentines fancy 1KJ Helm & EIHion All kinds of f.irr?. Farmers Hdw Co VlKKnn If 3,tBftt worth & Prather's REX Phosphate I .v, Call for It at Cowg The Courier can yum iui cuaie Lee -- I Clarence Reed to Folb Thursday, return.rg Fr.:a vrt.. r ...j. n.. r" J.... i . ...... . r. j, !:1i!b. rt it." Labor is prior to and independent of capital. Capital is only the f'uit of labor is the superior of capital and deserves much the higher con sideration. No men living are more worthy to be trusted than those who toil up from proverty. Let them be ware of surrendering a political power which, if surrendered, will surely be used to close the door against such as of advancement they, and to fix new disabilities and burdens upon them, till all of liberty shall belost. The strongest bond of human sympathy, outside of the family re Iation, should be one uniting all working people, of all nations and tongues and kindred. Nor should this lead to a warfare upon property or the owners of property. Let not him who is houseless pull down the house of another but let him work diligently and build one for himself. There is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by the mob law. Among free men there can be no appeal from the ballot to the bullet and they who take such appeal are sure to lose their case and pay the costs. On Government. Our Govern ment rests in piblic opinion. What ever can change public opinion can change the Government practically just so much. Public opinion on any subject always has a "central idea." That central idea in poll tical public opinion at the beginning was "the equality of men." And constant working has been a steady progress toward a practical equality of all men. The one great living principle of all democratic governments is that the representative is bound to carry out the known will of his constitu enls. The people are the rightful mas ters of both Congress and the courts not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pre vent it. A free people in times of peace and quiet, when pressed by no com mon danger, naturally divide into parties. At such times the man who is for neither party is not, cannot be, of any consequence. Legislation and adjudication must follow and conform to the progress of society. The candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the Government upon vital questions effecting the whole people is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the supreme court, the instant they are made the people will, have ceased to be their own rulers, having to that extent practically resigned the Government into the hands of that eminent tribunal. Intelligence, patriotism, Christianity, a firm reliance on Him who has never yet forsaken this favored land, are still competent to adjust in the best vay all our difficulties. As the patriot of '78 did to the support COMING! A ucio id n wcck wi'n r.r parecti. Tom Prather arl c( uu.c, cf e nere m jw., the Courier an n,rC. mercial-Appeere i:t jjjj ,j FOR SALE In bale. J. P. T. al HIcKman. SPECIAL be at E. B. Ellison's T. S, Hamilton, L ..ivill,, here Saturday on l.;.vti xm Mengel Box Co Miss Julia Jackie taibeear Ino frlerwti nnH REPRESENTATIVE Direct From Chicago will r.'ii ... r.iztj i-- r City, several days Satisfaction or re? Pari fhmirU Rice's Shoe Store it.. T. "1.J L.1 . r.. '.l.Hll.1. ...... iri.i III Dorena. Services next Sunday by Rev. Metheny. L. L. Hinshaw shipped some hogs last week. J. O. King had business at James Bayou, Monday. J. R. Bryant was at East Prairie last week, on business. H. C. Barnes went to Charleston last week, on business. B. C. White transacted business in Charleston last week. A. H. Henderson, of Medley, was here Monday, on business. Will Higgins Is home for a few days, visiting home folk's. Valentine Day next. What's going to be doing at Dorena ? Chas. Haskins, of Hailwell, Ky., is visiting in the neighborhood. with nrrvniu rr . ua IT ported much better Rev. T. W W.it. Inn TiitwArtv tn - .- -t t,t.- t..-- iv . TTTTTTTTTTT viral in progrets there The best coffee r, the , . & varU r- NEW CASH STORE SATURDAY E MONDAY FEBRUARY KSm if Bia With the entire line of Newest Woolens in the piece sent for this special occasion by Bettersworth Parf.er icrtptlon at this t cl-- e. It. . .1. .4 r- - U 1.. plenty of it Fartr.Ti !! J Co,h I have a fine Z'.'liz Sude Naifeh wil. leave J f:r Qa thlncs c" , a-er In sprinc for his firm. "Windy" Lee, of Charleston, is in the neighborhood, buying hogs. Every body came on time and we organized Sunday school last Sun- day. Mr. Tiner, a corn buyer, ville, was in the neighborhood of NashMon- STRAUSS MASTER BROTHERS TAILORS and W. G. McMrrv Ml 1.U lUCUU Lilt. ILlUait ' at Rcclfoot Lake Ma Anlu !n tf-- T - -i nrn fTJSfT day. Corn shelling aqd logging is the occupation of the farmers here, at present. W. A. Hinshaw went to. East Prairie last week, and purchased a pair of mules paying $600. Sam Lee and wife, of Medley, were guests of Mrs. J. 0. King Saturday night and Sunday. Bob Combs, of East Prairie, was here Saturday, with some mules for sale. Mr. Polhamus purchased one CHICAGO. This season's assortment of patterns is exceptionally beautiful Bright Colors and Snappy Patterns prevail. Workmanship and Fit will please you. Prices low. Satisfaction guaranteed. This is the ideal way to order clothes made to your individual measure and taste. GREATEST Be sure to come. WOOLEN vou are sure oi c '. k Farmers Hdw. Co Don't tav houir re"t can own your onh.rcu:hciai ir. Se ui for tovr I '.l ai Courier Realty Co i" ran. w. v. -- ny- - ' are ! DISPLAY EVER MADE and Miss Lula Carp-- tT Inn . r.lnttvM for a f'W -"6 McLemoresville, Tec. y o- Glad to show you the new styles whether you order or not. KENTUCKY. - -- iiortune 10 laii it.J ineaire sicps iai r an ankle, is much iFr:rfd m - HICKMAN, MIXING MEDICINE that mixing medicine is a particular work? Do you realize .III anv loncer. r.vci- them. Printed cr ngvtJ effice, reasonable prices at th i r-- JJH 1 UU wll,,t- - - 0 An We do and never allow anyone but a Registered Pharmacist or a qualified assistant to do it. There are many way In which medicine can be mixed but only One Right Waij We know the Drug Business thoroughly and would be glad to mix your medicine for you. HELM & ELLISON of the Declaration of Independence, so to the support of the Constitution and laws let every American, every lover of liberty, pledge his life, his property and his sacred honor. Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it. I should be the most presump tuous blockhead upon this footstool if I for one day thought that I could the duties which have discharge come upon me since I came into this office without the aid and enlightenment of One who Is stronger and wiser than all others. With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness la the right as God gives us to see the right, let uii strive to finish the! work we are in; to bind up the na "C. Q. D "speaking of the tion's wounds, to care for him who next nominee for representative Rnhve Loulie. shall have borne the battle and his widow and orphan to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations. trom this district. Clem Morris, died at their FOR SALE Two good brood the lower bottom, cf peuraosui ' mares, one good combination horse She was w v J ISUUttll 9th and some young stock. J. M. Linn, week. -- be State Line, Ky. 35-2h,in fnf.aii:.i Tt. ko vear old dauchter r! l":e Mr lil l T,.r.. c. ... i Quarantine has been established by Paducah, McCracken and Ballard County News, published at Dandana, counties against Cairo and Mound has sued Editor Hugh Overstreet, of City, on account of smallpox. the Ballard Yeoman, charging the Of all the absurdity use in his editorials of false, slanderbroueht ous and libelous language and ask- about by man's popularity, the mak. ing reparation In the sum of $20,000, ing of Presldent.elect Taft a Maion The trouble grew out of the last "at sight" seems to be the limit. He has been promised this unuiual Novemoer election. distinction on Feb. 18th, at ColumSpring vegetables are making bus, Ohio. Many of the lodges their appearance on the Hickman throughout the country are protestmatket. ing such proceedings, Editor Robert Hill of the Ballard trial oi inc vouti., Lim.. " r ior , Cars more r ic Sc-.a- or u.-IU UCdl men were summoned f . ii.. W"P ori Hit ni IB w- .. 1J - We are a little sMC'ic .niiinnet a 101 01 llUIC4aui .... rrrut . .. hn are cosuf ii(1 U(4I" r.lielJUJO nations across the i?si. be alright, but iiviru sourl, "they'll have h ho"' . 1 Death Bed, wood J Marina. El fuuii the city ,n , of Prf- summon for ...rt He nnii been to a negro Htfinan "ant for on the I. hid a tome time negro on founJ Nr. N'' ith con . alia from bullet hole ... llvdene at tht.it, wh'ch ago week e i:se kssln tome time I LC ' " Jack;son, of ... u,r. j.1 Dave py iui- here and lodge i i i I fn account of hit . i.l ii.s wi i rrifaieu from Ujjirp that he KfaufiMrt -- Mr Met ferer Fn.md on ..tj ALL ! S0RTS44f7v Council Proceedings .r 1 Fuqua. Helm raouio IUm onlr thrco but h scares much more growth than that out of the TorK youBf womia hn punnet. 6 If ome men who are would quit brassing about It, pople would not be so siren to critleliiln meir worKmsnsbip. Qo. 1 K yrs, The averse ..it. jr . self-mad- e & mill trl. Two merely for this.AAA part of town. All The man who docs rlitht merely be- A epanklng gixxl raute tne law says he must, may get s hinnwho wants a nlc ::. .f up courace enough some day to break at talanre reiuonaM tne law. At -. r m ajarree, all Inrcultl Some irfrli will break a heart with nllre from Hickman .. much more satin frold than they will ytlilnir ! that ran b st:. c.jnty ! ww renting urease corsot strlnj. J ) Fc A'i fenrel 110 llt finch Discontent Is only ourselves undl litim. jmi ., - . tlinr. we will ci(Tr clpllncd. . - r ml. nc. t hall. Ill (iml ... . .i a tnliauntui liulldlni. and Work. . .. ji! itaiilM.- unlike Men work hard for powor and pelf t - I v - -nil otbrr ouflmllil- - and, occasionally, we see some provl r . . rnlentrl. eic, BftlM dent fellow working In tho sunset of ItjMile rMtlllv fur Few ' 1 In lirlnir ITHIL (Kit his llfo through force of habit. t CIV JOU men or women, however, love work IK... I for Itself alone. Tom Sawyer much ? preferred icolng In swimming to wblte- wisblng the fenoo about hla home, and Dalrs. Examination many a boy has boed potatoes with t-- n.-- f- - (U room, nearly new. No man would think of Vlcklnr be cause tne woman he loves Is beautiful, but he la unwise who marries A We Are Receiving New Spring Goods LI '' , ,, AAA Daily!! Now is the time every lady should be sewing, instead of waiting for the warm Summer days them with their Spring and Sumto over-tak- e mer sewing incomplete ( , ;aii -- - ft. j ll'fn iett Cra'-bL e !asai v.'.l be in j- f i.,i a heavy heart In aucker-nshlotimet begin with, wo don't take to work for To we as do to plsy, but as we progress r'.rllr..!.. through life valo, wo note that every held at the county thing depends upon work work with during the year the hsnds or the brainbut work for all that. Success Is only attained examination Vwif- ..J through effort. Comfort, position, adu latlon of the many, are but the master pieces of labor. We soon learn the lesson, set our eyes straight to the front and upward, and work! Many J, overwork In their seal to accomplish great things, but theso same toiler. cm LftT.i.raie. untie, lune with the prises gone, would work lit tie. The fact Is, Joy of work. Inde Hie Cert.f.cae, white, June pendent of results. Is most exquisitely felt by thoio who don't have to toll! The hobo that dreamed he was work z.y Cert.ficate, colored, June Ing and nwoke with a cry of consterna tion, Is not a fit Illustration, but the fact remains that none of us are too v 4 ' fond of work txcause It Is workt lit si:n School Diploma, white r : -. - r Mav 14.15. ,' New White Goods, in the newest sheer and medium weights of plain and figured effects. I '..1 .r i . ' 17 ' L !l ' ' T..I-- . Ma's Chickens. 02- - Flaxon, Persian Lawn, Nainsook, Irish Lawn, India Linons, Dimities and Longcloth. Imperial Linen Finish Chambrays, Linens, French Percales with sidebands. 14 Hickman, Ky., Feb. 1st, 1909. Council met in regular icssiori. Present Mayor Dillon, Councilraen Dodds, Gray, Schlenker, Swayne, Bettersworth and Lcdlord. Minutes of last meeting were read and on motion approved and signed. The following accounts were pre sented, properly approved and on motion allowed, and issuance of checks ordered held up. Hickman Ice & Coal Co, lo cal electrical supplies and labor, city hall and streets $132 75 Otto Hertweck, bal., labor on City Hall 6.00 Dillon and Cox, City Hall.... 10.95 Hickman Hdw. Co., material City Hall 54.80 G. M. Campbell, labor, City Hall 47.50 Baltzer & Dodds, canvas, City Hall 8.12 Hickman Drug Co., material for City Hall 28.85 O. B. Powell, labor, C. Hall 5.82 Fuqua, Helm & Co. material for. City Hall 13.00 Robt. Curlin, bal. labor on City Hall 12.00 Hunziker & Son, material for City Hall 17.75 J. A. Noonon, dieting prison ers . 14.40 C. H. Moore, mdse. acc't. small pox 27.60 Barkett & Co., mdse. acc't. small pox 19.85 Tom Dillon, Jr., misc. claims 6.25 R. H. Kirk, lumber 28.38 Dillon and Cox made application for the City Hall for three months at a rental of S12.50 per month, payable in advance. On motion the proposition was accepted. On motion the Street Committee was authorised to borrow $1,000 00 with which to build concrete crossings, and $500 with which to do street work. On motion the three policemen were employed for the month of February. The Mayor reported that he had executed deed to the N. C. & St. L. R. R. for the public square east of the depot in accordance with instruc tions from the Council on Oct. 5th, 1908. v 01 1 1 "f -- ! 4tUUIV f. . v.cn. a iou ran aie, colored, Auguu Indigestion Ends. CraVCl Wflhnnt rat anything your ilom- tt.tr nt n nn .ii tcimcui or tour on .v.i it you win occasional- a !.';. Diapepiin after eat- -- - Bit whan ml Via ftda that Chlckuiu In thM Karly light of Morn, goBal up a pek r two Da a Kxptnalva Cor- nbut whan It ouma 1 felling Use. Linen Torchon, German Val., Laces and Insertions, sidebands, Etc. Embroideries in Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Sets. Val-encien- ne The Clerk reported that he had executed the following cemetery deeds, and that he held Supt. Dil lon's receipts in payment of the lots, it : T. T. Swayne, West half of Lot No. 265, size of half lot 20 x20 ft. consideration 516.00. Riley Hager, colored, Lot No. 496, size 20x18 ft., consideration $9.00. Annie Sangster, colored, Lot No. 497, size 20x20 ft., consideration $10.00. Report of City Treasurer for Jan. 1909: to-w- GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. Your . neab will ma rarrlra tham X town nd eharsta fa with avry Cant of trada aha glta rrum lirowni P"C3 or stomach gas, which ... D.ll : . . and whan th Nabora cum I call. of uuuncji, a leei- - ar folka frum out bookTown. Sl la chlekan t aat ""er eating, nausea. tna Faw hr . a Moar flcstra down. and than ah talla them what Sha'a Mada a lump ci ieaa in and thar aar: "Mercy Mai" Ma alius falls X flfstr what thea Corn is cosUn't Oaat iQ n stomac i and the Prachur cums I din with ua v. nucr symptomi. and Ma sli cook a ehlck. Heidaches from th. nma.t, nr. It uts tho Bleaalns-- . and pa sas Nairn hla pick I far him ..v UUaown wnere this eliec- - h its: "the breat Is alius good, Tt rm. I.. . X NECK far mine j ii used. Diapepsln and sit thea ma ah TEI.LS HIM, t. then ml n me work ot a healthy and h aasl "Ain't that nntl" u uigesti your meals then ra ha risslea In hla chair, but doaa not say a Word I nomach can't. Each I aat ml nack and for a tlm It seams I have not heard. oige all the food And then I tall thea rrechur, t ana leave aeelna father so forlorn. nothinu to that Pa wood mak raor dough than .... , s;vjui irinA . . . .... .mucin or turn into aau . . win oc taite good, and aigeitea. ; . . . tber ot $ 696.81 To bal. per Dec. report To atnt. reed, of Tom Dil 50.00 lon, Jr $ 746.81 By amt. pd. out during Jan.. 730.07 $ .tl ART SQUARES and RUGS in the New 1909 Bal. to credit this acct WATER 16.74 Spring designs. -( 4 LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT. To bal. per Dec. report......$1442.65 To amt. reed, ot lom uu Ion, Jr city Wall account. 83- - 60 X May Wanton's Bal. to credit this acct $1526.25 , jt Bazar GloveFitting Patterns S 191.76 To bal. per Dec. report 20.00 To amt. reed, of H.C. Helm 1 I 0Ur, Get -- 'arge Wil . iahl?'enary 01 tween "prepared" and "ready." 11 "Well, my eon, ther Is many peraon wdo may b prepared to die. but I hat never as yet saw on who Was ready." .. Wint. -,iuui .1 . nhll in. Meeting an oia mena ai me conven tion. Casey aaked him where ha "v" w niserv. and r. and what ha was doing. "I'm livinglived In . . New York and trying to mak an honest .purity and Ga. ,h,, answer. "Will, ye'a living." waa th vwi liomk ,v unat intest nes s polnir hould do all roisni mere." aau Casey. Ta'e will hav very little oppoeltlon." """away w thmit I heard of a fellow who had bought r I4bi.ii -ve,or any other assistance. some ourrant nun at a Daxery, and when he attempted to eat one, he found It was a fly. Iteturnlng to th bakery he Th( Senate th on that passed without nm.n. demanded another bunthfor wis saleslady contained th fly, but "ou,e Dl declaring Febuary told html "I'm serry. sir. but I can't give you another bun. but If you return the of the f ftjr, I'M give you a currant for It" .. .... t L. " T -- - drupl an,t -""Sioaayandbv tomorrow Will your . rm irom -l. case nf Pnn. vour that ma th Corn! Ml Oc $ 211.76 By amt. pd. out during Jan 212.02 26 maiiy brae about t t iirnnn . An old clersymsn friend ef mine was once aaked to define th difference be- Sclssorcttes. dMV0 Amount overdrawn W. C. Johnson, C. Report of City Marshal 1909 : T. THE LATEST things in Ladies Neckwear, Ruching, Belts, Etc. for Jan. 97.35 36.25 Tax collected during Jan....$ Fines collected during Jan.. .... . itl. .... "R. and Q. Corsets" The new styles in the R. & Q. extra long hip, low bust hold Treasurer's receipt $ 133.60 (or TomDillon.'Jr., C. M. nf Flnince Committee on audit of books of H. C. Helm, City Clerk, for year 1903: GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. th.... To amt. ree'd. vunarndinK a that day. irenr-m- l nh- -. See the Hickman Courier Realty list of real estate bar Company' gain, elsewhere in this issue. from license, etc By commlsslon..$ 59.94 By Treasurer's ....$1138.31 receipt tOoutluued ou uluttt SU98.25 $1198.25 pK) New Notions and Jewelry Ladies Belts and Belt Pins, Cuff Buttons, Baby- Pins, Collar Sup- ports, Hat Pins, Back Combs, Etc. Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Company (Incorporated) "Lastforever" Stockings For, Misses and Children POST1VELY GUARANTTFn to Wear One Month Without Darn. ing. Price 25c per pair. PRELIMINARY GLANCE AT NEW SPRING GDOIls New Silks and Dress Goods, New Linens and White Goods, New Ginjrhams, New Percales, New Suitings, New Laces and Embroideries, New Hosiery and New Mattings. WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO REMARKABLE VALUES IN A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL LINES! NEW DEPENDABLE LINENS AND WHITE GOODS Colored Linens, suitable for early Spring Coat Suits, in pinks, blues and hclitropc, prices 20c, 25c, 35c and 40c both SILKS AND WOOLEN DRESS GOODS We are now showing a complete line of Spring Dress Goods Panamas, Mohairs and Fancy Suiting, in all the new spring colorings, at 25c to 75c SPRING MATTING patterns, prices Just received, in all the new colors and in . Japs and China Mattings, SILKS Dainty new Messalines, in a range of new tints, per yd very excellent for Waists and Suits, 30-inc- h Black Taffeta Silks, good values, per yard 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 at ,.., 16c, to 4.0c SPRING per yd atl.O0 KLAXON" The ideal fabric for Waists, Skirts, Corset Covers, Lingerie, Etc. It has the daintiness and crispness of finest Irish Linens, priced at 25c to 40c per yd 0F10O0 WAISTS Many new features are introduced in have full length sleeves, in White Lawns and and Cream Net, ranging in prices all the THOMPSON'S CORSETS just arrived, priced 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00 styles, from the plainest to the most elaborate, mott While 2 New Spring Models, at Complete line of Mercerized Waistings, priced 15c to 50c per yd 50c to 0.50 Courier Roll of Honor. The following good people paid subscriptions to the Courier during the past month: Robert Tally, route 2 Mrs. Linnie Scearce, Caycc C. G. Higgs, route 1 H. J. Kimes, route 1 Harvey Kimes, Troy, Tenn. Robt. C. Roper, S.a Diego, Cat. R. P. Clark, route 3 A. R. Stone, city Mrs. H. F. Roberts, Columbus Mrs. A. A. Faris city S. W. Haynes, city Cottage Hotel, city J. P. Jefferies, route 1 . C. Carter, route 3 Ivy Frost, Gibson, La. R. S. Bransfcrd, route 4 Lee Kirkpatrick, Batavia, Ohio J. C. Lawson, Fulton Mrs. E Johnson, Ripley, Term. R. E. Millet, city S. F. Jefferies, Crutchfield J. M. Rankin, Crutchfield T. P. Fortune, Memphis H. J. Werner, route 3 Mrs. Georgia Badger, city J. W. Mansfield, Madisonvllle, Carnegie 1. hi.. nicf l IT tT 1 Library Funi T.. .1... -- io cive dt.uuu new Camrgie . t3 Lj Lrarv, i tcuiiii p: tc4 i i - inr 3i mm r txtt, i i it vir win ri. fit - g i i 1. time. The subscripts ! -, t: been signed by th give amoant oppose J. F Doddt S L. Dodds H. Buchanan Mrs. S. M Hubo irJ Literary Circle Dr. J. M. HubbarJ th- -' ri ? Sw( W J J. C. Bondurat t 71 ' Texas Jno. W. Haskins, Aslcem, Ark. Carl Townsend, Quincy, Ills. W. C. Johnson, city Cowgill's Drug Store, city LaClede Hotel, city C. F. Roach, Columbia, Tenn. J. R. Scott, route 3 Mrs. Bertie Pollock, city S. L. Campbell, Cayce Mrs. J. M. Reid, city R. A. Fields, route 4 Geo. Graffelman, city Mrs. C. L. Randle, city T. J. Malone, Union City T. B. Kyle, Hodges Park, Ills. Jno. W. Ballow, route 3 R. E. Dotson, route 2 A. J. Burn, Cayce J. R. Askew, route 5 Miss Jessie Green, route 1 W D. Wade, route 2 Mrs. M. McGehee, Nashville Dr. L. P- - Baltzer, city Mrs. Allle Thomas, route 4 1' 'mint ' ' rn i'm.min.i. f 1.1 immmm I Millie D. B. Wilson Smith & Amberg College teachers arlr-i-Mis- s Johnston's c!a;s B. G. Hale Betlersworth & Prath-- r W. A. Dodds Ledford & Randle W.-H- . Baltzer Cowgill's Drug S':r J. T. Stephens Judge W. A. Naylor Hickman Ice & Cc.il I J J. A. Thompson Misses Bettle and Ai.ie W. A. Hinshaw Tom Dillon, Sr W. C. Reed L. D. Smith .. J. R. Bryant S. T. Koper Helm & Ellison R, B. Johnson Tom Dillon, Jr Speer Sc. Sexton. Cue ThreUeld W. A. Johnston Total . . '.If Ml' inn ii if .V i 4' ' 100 10 0 OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY NIGHT. FEB. 17 Miss Mary McDaniel, Bowling J. B. Lunsford, Des Moines, la. Louis Sons, city Green J. I. Brent, route 2 Edna Henderson, city . J. S. Gnfeth, Union City Frank Thompson, city R. E. Swltzer, route 2 W. E. Bryant, city H. P. Johnson, Cayce J. J. C. Bondurant, city Jno. W. Davie, Washington, D. C. J. 0. Campbell, Cayce Mrs. M. D. Johnson, city Henry Campbell, Crutchfield W. S. Ellison, city Dr. H. A. Davis, Cairo, Ills. Jno. Kistner, city Mrs. Travis and daughter, ' Miss L. T. Heath, route 1 Mrs. Maggie Ramsey, Clinton Matlie, went to Union City Mon Mrs. Mary LouSublett, Clinton Jno. Ringwood, Los Angeles, Cal. day to visit friends and relatives. B. T. Davis, city T. A. Ledford, city Maggie Powell, Oakton Carl Schmidt tnd wife spent Sun- P. J. Frenz, city C, H. Bruer, city L, M. Bushart, city day in Union City with relatives. G. It tn.fl in in in fh oc if T. Halliburton, city Isn't it about time the Board of Health was quarantining against Cairo and other towns Intested with 50 50 jot smallpox? This disease is reported 5.0 at points in Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas. A stitch in time may save nine. Three hundred farmers The need Is not more law, for we appointed in Fulton last rt7 now have too many laws cumbering v . our statute books, but the strict and failure ot uapi. owi the uenv-r-ty, to arrive ana Impartial enforcement of the laws tobacco question we Gave. MONEY-SAVIN- G OPPORTUNITY ! ..Farming Implements I at Cost. I We have a large line of implernents on hand of the highest grade. The paint on these implements The' implements were was slightly damaged during our fire last September, but the paint ONLY NOT IN THE FIRE, and they are in fine shape. As we are putting these out at cost, now is the time to save money. We will make you prices on every kind of Farm Machinery cheaper than you can buy from wholesale houses. If you don't believe, come and see for yourself. Farmers jEIiolcro.a23. Ill Council - Hardware (Inoorporated)' Heard .ii i ii ii ill 1 - Company.. Rush Creek: Proceedings Jj it rc:l $ rer.!i s.t:.-- 3 -t $ 65.75 65.75 sociations, both in person and by Methodist Church. their agents, employees, servants Rev. J. W. Waters will deliver a and clerks, are hereby expressly sermon next Sunday morning on the prohibited from and ordered not to 'Eternal Sermon of Life." This open their respective places of busi- sermon will have direct reference to ness within the corporate limits of the "Coming Revival." A cordial the City of Hickman on Sunday, ex- invitation is extended all who are infor the sale of drugs, cept soda-water Lecture For Ladies. Mrs. S. M. Hubbard will address the ladies of Hickman at the Christian church, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, on the subject of "World-Wid- e Missions." As Mrs. Hubbard has had quite an experience in foreign lands, this, in connection of her wide reading upon foreign missions, led the members of the Auxiliary of the National C. W. B. N. to invite her to address the women of the Christian church. All others who will come are cordially invited.-- . The lecture is free ; no collection will be taken There Is so much good In the worst of us. And so much bad ln the best ot us, That It hardly behooves any of us. To talk about the rest of us. On the Streets ii 3.29 62.46 $ J n: :i the lorreoinc reoorti f:e.;c-- , criered spread upon ;c:.i, p ..hrd and filed. it Lerk treiented a financial j;t'!c! tie nty (or the year I, Led and published. to Sec. 5, Alt. 4, 'tiK Tax ordinance which LiixjceJ at the Dec. 1908 I. j, ii again read, and on mo- The taar..r:uiiy adopted. : at amended is as follows : Jt 3 person shall sell or offer 111 Vb.a the City of. Hickman, nr tresa meat, except earne. lift, tack bone or ribs, or the ccir;aticf a bog, unless sold to r.iti f;:ntr. or ra sed bv h m for the mirrase of -1 Iwr.: wdhiut first obtaining t'.ntL.ty tier'' a license solo ud pay,-- g kim therefore the .iw pr year hi H C Heim. r T :i Drti' .N, Sr. Mayor. h; f:L:.-- g irdmance was In- ir.l read, and on motion pJ pushed and lay over until icg-.neetmg for final action. City C: jdciI of the CMv of I'suadicriiin as follows! ptiny arj all persons, com- c.rpcrauins, firms or as rr-- J lsc---r- .t L 1bc-irht i J ui nation tame was ap-k- j. Green county, Ky., has had the distinction of being without a sheriff for many years, and can not find no citixen who will have this office which is much sought iu other counties over the state. Many years ago that county voted $250,000 railroad bonds, and they were issued although the road was never com pleted. The owners are attempting to collect the debt which has recently been declared legal by the Supreme Court but the people are obstinate and say they will never pay Tim financial statement of the Olty of it. No man can be found who will Hickman for 1UH was crowded oat of tlilt permit the honor of being sheriff but will bo printed nest week Kn 1 Imii. thrust upon him even without a contest because he would be forced to Meeting Week Later. collect these taxes and he would we go to press, we learn that more than likely lose his life. Ai the Methodist revival will not begin Sunday, as announced elsewhere in Saturdav afternoon, a force num The evangelist, Rev. ber of the Sunday School pupils of this issue. Klein, cannot get here before next the primary departments, of the week. Methodist Church, gathered at the home of Mrs. C. F. Baltzer. A Mrs. Lucian Binford, formerly of fish pond was an interesting feature, Chas. LaDuke, circuit clerk of Fulton, died at Bandanna, Monday. and the children blindfolded and Lake county, was here from Tipton-villTuesday, enroute to Maiden, pinning the tail on a donkey was a source of much merriment. Other Mo. interesting features made the afterMrs. J. I. Conner and brother, ot noon a pleasant one. S5.00 was Metropolis, Ills., was called to the cleared. bedside of their sister, Mrs. John Kentucky had 359.783 marriages Kistner. within her borders from 1887 to Arthur Williams, age 27, and 1906, inclusive of both years and Mrs. Lena Sutton, age 29, both of the total number of divorces granted Missouri, were granted license to in the courts of the State during that marry Feb. 3. Cost-- ! period was 30,641. In other words Ladies are also Invited to see the the number of divorces was about one'twelfth the number of mar display of woolens, in the piece, for new spring clothing, made by special riages. Bros., representative of Strauss Deputy United States Marshal Chicago, at E. R. Ellison's New Elwood Neal, of Paducah, was here Store, Saturday and Monday, Feb. first of the week serving subpoenas Uth and 15th. Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes for the federal court at Paducah. Mr. and Mrs. George Farmer, He arrested Tom Harris and Curry Hieeins on a charge of bootlegging Miss Allene Smith, and Miss Zearl AT QUICK FEBRUARY PRICES ! and carried them to Paducah this Ilankins, Messrs Frank Smith, John and Clagett Martin, of Martin, morning. Tenn., and Messrs Otis Freeman State Treasurer Edward Farley and Vernon Verhines, of Union City, serviciable Mens and Boys Shoes at exceptionally reported Feb. 1st that there was a attended the dance given by the 'JPv;s quality considered. We are receiving the first of Ladies Fine Oxfords total ot 5657.J1J.54 in the btate young folks Friday evening. You must and they are beauties. ty tMs time that Strap Pumps are strictly "IT" for women. treasury on the first of the month. Monday evening, quite a number Of this sum, however. $462,000 be p p are Pcrfect fiUlnB and hnorably made ln cvery deui longs to the school funds and will be of married people and young folks paid out within the next fifteen days. enjoyed an informal dance at the home of Miss Irene Faris. A string The Price W. R. Cole, of Rocky, Okla., is band furnished the music. After Is here on a visit to his brother, O. D. the dance, refreshments, consisting Leathers Cole, He is a former resident of of salads, ice cream and cake servVhat we say we this county and has a number of ed. A most enjoyable time is redo, we do ! Jr "HI give comfort to every foot that is placed in our friends who are always glad to see ported by all. i..,, we are Jeing Heavy & fag fedl,ctjon,, him. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Henry N. Have vour summer clothes chemi Covgill was the hostess of the Em50 and Tnn nd Blacks cut to cally cleaned now, and have them broidery Club. As the guests arready for master. Lari acnmiai, rived, they were served Rex nunch. the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store. There was a number of invited guests, R, L. Jackson, Ferd Johnson, guests, and two Riley Fletcher and Ed Carter went Miss Mary Anderson, of Charleston, --CASH to Paducah Wedneseay night on and Mrs. Giles Bond. A salad course was served. business, and all drinks sold at soda fountains, cigars, pipes, tobacco, cigarettes, newspapers, magazines and periodicals of all kinds, meats before 9 :00 a. m., and ice, provided however, that all livery stables, restaurants and hotels, telephone, railroad and telegraph offices may remain open and transact business at all times, Any person, firm, corporation, company, association or combination who, either in person or by their agents, servants, employees or clerks violates, evades, or attempts to violate or evade either openly, secretly or by any trick, device or subterfuge any part of this ordinance, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than Five nor more than Twenty-fiv- e Dollars. On motion Council adjourned. Attests H. C. Helm, City Clerk. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. terested In th: revival to be present. uood music. We have iust received a barge of Genuine Pittsburg Coal. First come first served, until the supply is exhausted. Better get your or der in NOW, if you want it Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Office Goes Begging. nrv. ar New Bargains at the New Cash Store this week. J. R. Brown is in Union City to day, on business. Joe Harper and wife spent Sun day at State Line. Mr. Smith, of Martin, was here Tuesday on business. Miss Estelle Reneau returned Wednesday from a short trip to Pa ducah. Miss Eva May Jolly, of Martin, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Nannie Metheny Mrs. Murley Roper and children of State Line, visited Mrs. J. R. Brown last week. Better goods for the same money or the same goods for less money at the New Cash Store. Little Miss Katie Flynn is very ill of pneumonia at her home in West Hickman. W. A. Dodds, wife and daughter, left last night to spend a few days in St. Louis. Rufus Morris, a highly esteemed citizen of Fulton, died in that city, Siturday. He was 68 years old. Mrs. R. H. Kirk has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Gibbs, at East Prairie, Mo. Rev. Roney left Tuesday for his home in Texas after a short visit here to His sou, Judge Jas. Roney. e, .. llettle Itoper, lust Sunday. Wnlter Nichols, or Orutcliflelcl. spent night mid Sunday with Ills friend, But-urd- Mm. Untie Itoper In on the sick Hit. Mrs. Leo Hone visited her mother, Mrs. Krroll McOehee. Miss I.ucy MiirchlKon nml escort visited friends here Sunday. Miss Kmma Luns-fn- nl nml escort were visitors, also. A. Itoper nnd Mr.Hulllran.of Itoper neigh-tiorhoovisited Mr. Orostle. Monday. Miss Kunlco Adams wasthe guest of Mildred McOehee Wednesday. Miss Kmmn Lunsford was the truest of MIsh Mary Orostle, Wednesday. W.K, McGehee and wife rlsltedJno.H. McOehee. Saturday and Sunday, Th h rloslnir exercises of our school occurred Thursday night. The church was crowded to Its utainst capacity, an attestation of the appreciation of the audience. Misses Kunlco Adams, Kiiiiua Lunsford, Mildred Mcfleheo, Messrs. McOlcllan, Davis and Henry were the outsiders wlioasslsted ln the entertainment. This entertainment reflects much credit on our teacher. We are proud of htm, nnd of our children. Ora, Mayme and Hobble Roper delighted the audience with that sweet, pathetic song, "Tell Mother I'll lie There." At the Christian church, Sunday, Rev. Blaney's subject, at 7 :30, will be "The Ordinance of Baptism is the Only Place Where Anyone Can Come Into the Name of The Father, and The Son and The Holy Spirit." See Mat. 28-18. Wednesday morning, Mrs. Roy Clark and Miss Nell Rogers, at the latter's home entertained a large number of friends at raffles in honor of their cousin, and guest, Miss Mary Anderson. As the guests arrived, Rex Punch was served. A salad course was served. In the afternoon, from 2 :30 to 4 ;30, thev a large number of entertained friends at euchre. There were six tables. Rex punch and a salad course were served. Harness. Farmers Hdw. Co. $1.50 per Gal IS AN UNUSUALLY LOW PRICE -- FOR- Good Shoes B. P. S. PAINT w it Small Sold Everywhere at $tJ5 Sta-jnc- But on account of giving a much larger order to the manufacturers this season, we a- -e enabled to reduce the price to the above figure. While the price is much less, it does not mean the quality is less in fact, it is better than ever. We know-tha- t there is nothing better in Hickman at $1.75 per gallon, and just figure the saving this means to you. " Before Investing-Investiga- te. We Invite Investigation. B. $3.00 to $3.50 P. S. Purtty, Is a pure Lead, Zinc and Linseed CHI Paint. Perfect Formula, Fine Grinding Means Economy in Covering, Spreading and Wearing. S6.00 $4.08 Helm Sr Ellison Ask for B. P. S. Sealed Evidence and plates of color houses) FR.EE. paint costs, color card, E. C. RICE'S out-of-to- SHOE STORE AND THEY'VE COT IT! 4.44f 4444 A4.mmufx PLANTER whereas cowpoai grew In lh ou GIRL FOOTPAD OF TELLS FIRST HOLD-U- P COVER CROPS ON COTTON LAND, "How do you llko tho now stylos In Winter Legumes, Such as Our and neckwear. dear' Crimson Clover and Hairy Veteh "A llttlo ruff around tho neck, love' Are Very Good, YEARS. (Dy A. D. McNaV, Offlco of Farm ITCHED FOR TWELVE Managomcnl, liuroau of Plant InEczema Made Hinds and Feet Swell, dustry, Washington, I). C.) Peel .and Cet Rw Arms Affected, Tho need for winter cover crops- In Too Cave Up All Hope of Cure. the cotton region Is most presslncDuring tho long wlntor months tho Quickly Cured by Cutlcura. soil of tho cotton fields, especially In VI suffered from eczema on ray tho hilly regions, Is washed Into tho hands, nrms and feet for about twolvo streams, leaving tho hillsides gullied, yoars, my hands and feet would swell, and Impoverished. From tho first of sweat and Itch, then would becomo October until tho first of tho followcallous and eot very dry, then peel ing April, n period of six months. qff and get raw. 1 tried most every something should bo grown between kind df salve and ointment without the cotton rows which would prevent I tried several doctors, but success. Another benefit of this washing. at last savo up thinking , there was n such n cover crop and ono not usunlly A friend of mlno euro for eoreraa. understood, Is that tho growing plant Insisted on my trying the Cutlcura will utUlio whatever nitrates may bo Remedies, but I did nqt, gird thema In are formed In the soli. trial until I got bo bad that 1 had to all soils to a Nlfrntos or less extent greater I secured a sot and by do something. and when rains como these nitrates, tho time they were used t could see a but Vast Improvement and my hands and being very soluble, nro washed up In no time. I have unless some growing crop Is present root wcro healed Another hid no trouble since. Charles T. to utilize them. crops Is advantage that they of winter cover Bauer, Volant, Pa., Star. 11, 190S." furnish pasture for domestic animals. Chera. Coip, Sola 11 opt, Boston. "otter Dnt Still another advantago la that they furnish vegetable matters to tho soli, Camphor at Medicine. As a medicine camphor Is Invaluable thus building up Its fertility. This If used judiciously. If six or ten drops period of Time, from Octobor 1. to Aro tnken on a lump of sugar when April 1, constitutes half of tho whole sneezing starts, a bad cold In tho bead year nnd should certainly bo utilized can often be checked. This dose should In which to grow something of bdne-fl- t hot. be repented closer than an hour to tho soli nnd to Incrcaso tho apart. Bo sure that It ngrees with farmer's Income There are thoso you. who object to pasturing animals In tho cotton fields In the winter, and The Favorite. Millions of suffering eyes have found theso objections are sometimes vallfl. In Dr. Mitchell's famous salvo a real Farmers must bo their own Judges ni blessing.. Itcject the offer of any dealer to what soils can be pastured and to sell a drug for your eye. Dr. Mitch- under what conditions this can be ell's Eye Salvo Is a simple, healthy done. Hut even If no pasturing Is remedy to bo applied to the lids. It done, a wlntor covor crop should be cures without entering tho eye. Sold there Just tho same, for it Is very everywhere. Prlco 25 cents. advantageous in other ways. Some experiments have been made Exactly. ' "Ills wife's beauty and grace keeps with certain winter legumes as cover crops, with a view to Increasing the him hypnotized." "Then he's one of those fellows who fertility of tho soil. At tho North ' Carolina Experiment Stntlon bur clovlead a charmed life." Exchange. er was sowed between tho rows of For Headache Try Hicks' Canudlne. cotton when tho crop was laid by Whether from Colds. Heat, Stomach or following Nervous trouble, the atlir-- are speedily and was plowed down the spring as a fertilizer for tho cotton relieved by Cnpudlno. It's Liquid pleas-ato take Effects Immediately. 10. 3 crop tho next year They report that and SOc at Drug Stores. tho value ot the cotton grown where You might say of a legal wedding, bur clover was plowed under wns J1S more per acre tbon whero no covor "Certainly knot." crop wns used. This Incrcaso or value Is so great that It ought to Interest every farmer In tho Idea of sowing a cover crop In his cotton winter vetches, but tho changes are Positively cured by field. Even If tho Increase had been against their success when sowod so I aa actually was It theso Little Pills. only halt what It into. IUAKI Titer ato rellere Die- - would have paid a larger por cent on nt , SICK HEADACHE Th Tims to Plant. So llt'lo has been dotif. b this) mat t.T of growing winter covor crops b ween tho rows of cotlon'tlint w ara not entirely suro when Is the best time to plant each of tho various crops that inny bo uod. Thoru la a mechanical difficulty, toey. In many cotton fields by reason of, tho fact that many of tho branches of the cot ton plant rench across tho row and Intermingle so that It scents quite Impossible to drlvo a bono through the row to cover scod tfiat may be 6u poor sowed In tho fall months upland soli wbcro tho growth of the cotton stnlk Is very small It Is quite easy to do this nnd It Is really tlies." tolls that need winter legumes To sow tho winter grains In tho cotton field at the time tho crop Is laid by seems to bo too early, but It not done1 nt that time tho only other'deslrsble time seems to bo Immediately nfioi tho first picking, for at that time tho seed could bo sowed and covorednli n one horso cultivator without knuck Ing oft any of tho cotton. 'The ud vantage of ho bur clover In the mat tor of tlmo at sowing Is that H niay bo sowed when tho cotton la laid by or cvon earlier, and It will not get too largo during tho fall. Tho nro slow In stnrtlng nnd aro not like ly to show much before October oven though the seed arc sowed In Jul Winter Cover Crops and all Plowing. Thoro has been much said about the advantage of plowing tho land In tho fal.l In preparing for cotton and corn the following yoar. The writer Is a believer In tho advantago of fall plowing nnd ho la also a believer In the advantago of wlntor cover crops In tho fall, nnd thoso Ideas, In a ni' For lnstaitco. It tho conflict. land la plowed In tho fall It Is nearly Imposslblo to havo n legumo for a winter crop, nlthough It Is possible to uso wlntor grains for that purpot Oats, barley, wheat, or rye can be sowed after tho fall plowing Is done and theso will provent thn washing of the toll during the wlntor months and will add some humus o the soil The farmor must bo his own Judgo as to what plan to follow. It Is good to plow In tho fall and to have n cover of wlntor grain which can be plowed down In tho spring for the next crop of cotton or corn. It l alf o good to hnvo a wlntr covor of the clovers ior vetches, even though this negatives tho Idea ot fall plowlgn In some circumstances perhaps ono plan Is tho better, and In other clr- mnnc8 ho opposUo plan should be followed. Indeed, ono could alter Lnntc theto plans, plowing In the fall one year and having a cover ot win ter legumes the following year If the fall plotting could be dono In October there might still be time to tow PEARL, MARSHALL, 18 YCARS OLD. HOW SHE DESCRIBES AIDED LOVER. Knnwia City. "Wo needed the mon tho ey, and Claude said that was easiest way to get It." She sighed as alio said II, I'carl Marshall. 18 yearn old. who turned fiHttpnd and was caught with Clnudo first hold lilt. Hho sat l'nrlett after In Cn.it. Walter Whllsott'i olTico tho other morning, her expressive eyes looking straight nt hor quwtloiior. Tho tali was not an Indication that aha considered her crime unworthy of se e Mlas rious, ootuldorntlon. Mnrshnll had SMnt n sleoplcM night r In tho that was the ronton tho sighed. Her story as ono ot nog- - hr The Auctioneer's Hourglass. An auctioneer ot Philadelphia collects nil sorts nt objects pertaining to his nnclcnt calling. Ho has, nmong other 1 bines, an Interesting set at auc tioneers hourglasses. Tho auctioneer, n century or so ago. concluded n sate, not by saying "Go ing going gonol" nnd rapping ths counter wllh his hammer, but It was his better method lo turn up n glass toward tho end of the bidding, and to end tho sale Irrevoca bly when tho sands ran ouL This snved contusion nnd dispute. Tho auctioneer's glasses In the Philadelphia collection nro picturesque. Ono Is of tortnlso sholl and mother of pcnrl. Another Is ot amber and gold. A third Is ot teak and Ivory. free-runnin- HIS GOOD M3NCYTHR:. Why Old Man pul( R ' "8. My,,,, A M "I've spent uoy "Well." ,., n ! to through yet n oro to think of on a boy who a lose " inns cd po him th .?,rll , - v,"J l . T '"WMlioMb(-,1f- ........ .o Mrs. Potts hard on Iim No. I rum old rann. -- je " .... '- I rrar- - r 3 i - r, , "hllnagolM Bolng to rain Mai t ur nM Hl ulde-nwak- hold-ove- flip "Shake Him Down," Claude Ordered. leet rather thau vlelouiness. a recital of evil associate, ot a girl's affection for a man. willing to follow blindly, 'i iv r i i Woman to Conduct Largs Estate. "I'm lure I "M Mrs. Jcntilo I.. Donne ot Ilrocktnn, , "Ho Mass., has been appointed to adminis- Weekly. ter tho half million dollar ostato of tho late It. N. Packard nnd Mso to hnvo A Needed Criin complete control of his largo thoo fac Tho nsv t tory. Mr. Packard died suddenly without tusking a will. Ills helm wcro of tho fleet a brother and two sitters, none ot In r whom knew anything about his' busiuviiuvu uj III U ' ness. Mrs. Donno had been In tho form shirt of t". employ ot Mr. Packard for a numbor cordanco wtih. t of years nnd ho had often spoken ot forwarded to a her ability to his rdntlves, declaring mcnt or exj of ca. h r thnt she had more brains than any two men of his acquaintance. For on an Indorse that reason hit heirs asked to have mcnt Introdu' i t her appointed and put In full charge tho letter In a r ' :ief of his business. thus tersely i "Commander Extent of Hit Knowledge. shlrL"IJMaiSingleton What do they uto to extract gold from nuartx? There are a'wj , it;ltJ 1 don't know: but womWcdderly .argument, iut en uto tears to extract It from men's maiuniiio wncu j j r s, pockets. mere it only oti tzi. -- . titl '- be..i , ait" i ' 1 wherever he led. ! she "It was our first hold-up.Hutted. "There was not much plan ning. Clnudo muntlined the subjttct In the afternoon. I said no. I wns afraid He said It was all right nnd oasy, and that ho wouldn't lei anybody hurt mv So after supper we went out to hold up tho first man wo mL Wo walked several btoaks and didn't utcot a soul. I hoped we wouldn't, flut I knew we were bound to If wo kept on wnlklttR When tho man wo held tip came along, Clauds drew tho gun on him. 'Held up your hands,' ho said. The follow did. but hn was awful nervous. 1 was nervous, too. and stood still. "'Shake him don,' Claudo ordered The man put his vntch In my hands nnd I went through his pockets until I found thn money. "After wo finished the Job wo hurried home. I was awfully frightened, but Claude said everything wns all right and that we wouldn't get caught. We were arrested htat night That's all I know nbottt IL It was the first tlmo I ever did anything llko that, and If I Claude ever robbod nnyeno els don't know it" HOODOO DOG IS IN POUND. Hard-Luc- W Bmm HI VLr. LKol Drinetieta.Indlpeatlon ii ikti treafromandToo Hearty a- I - I perfect IEatln?. Dlulneaa, A Hiey regulate U Uoutl), JTaetelntbe Pain In tbe LIVER. Bowel. Purely Vegetable. Dad ' SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. YlVER PILLS. CARTERS iTUE Genuine Fac-Simi- lc Must Bear Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. FURS Hides and Wool Feetben, Tallow, B.ciwii, Glnaenf , CoMenSeal.lYellowRaoO.Mar Apple, Wild Ginger, etc We an dealers I ejulUed ia 1856 "Orrr htlf a century la LouimEc" .nd can do better lor you this raerchuts. Reference, agcati or caw Beak la LouunSe. Write (or weekly pace lut arid .reptsna Ust. We Buy ur M. 229 E. Market St. Sabot & Sons. LOUISVILLE, KY. CImuum tod bttutiftv th ttix. to Bettor Ory tfTtr Cunt scalp d!iMrt Mhalr idling TmiXt HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM APrrfoctUa.UT XIV DA n-4- Ui: w w Anion the Ufvr, RLnmrh anil IlnwplaL mrul wretTt I ha w hoifl dlirf al We met, Uuarritnl under ibe I'll re I'uudand linnet Art. TrUllHttlTwfniT(lT(Vpti. Hainplrfrv. " V"" 11 solid COLDRINC for Mlllittf mo 'Jjc boM Mtrlt U4MA to lX 1 klUU. SJdmjt allowedftt n4 TtbUta, return nan 11 UMMUUi . UaO UaMh Ulr.kV V.N'l'. clerki (or era. offlce wen. time tut jpiQfC clerks iul mIm-uitore iiui . M tu titt per lauuta. Ot Addree IKMltlOQAudMUrrdMirfid. I tMjUtakkfVjlVfli kmr, an I Iiiitttuirri.tirift i Ht. (jurl Sniwl Tm npiUM u pAln. am urn AVhltkey IlaMU J fa of partlcuUrt m itrtiM "iTiaTiiSIThompsen's Eye Water Beware of the Cough tUt bine 0 .perMHeauy, bruVlns your ellU rrt and you will, the violence cilaiutui( cdheturoiruni.U1 Ahwdoaea o( l'l.a' Cur rt lltve wonno patMf and tlx nutter derfully any couch, how tir adrinced or the Irtiuted od 1 1 ooibti urbccf , clear tba cloned air aH purr At coua diwp. lnut !!', M cU. the Investment. An Old Boy Says SoT In tho fall of 1307 Mr. U M. Cook. How many of our boys aro thinking Grand Cane. La., sowed 20 pounds of the seed of hairy vetch on ono and of the great things thnt they Would one-ha-lt acres of his cotton field. He do If they only had a chance? Now. grazed sheep on It during the winter, bovs. don't nlways wait for Wis. but much of It reached a height of chance to come. Do not dream and chafe at thacom a foot or more In the early spring before tho land was plowed. Cotton monplncc surroundings that the farm was planted on the, samo land In tho affords you, but strive to make your spring1 of 1908, and when tho wrltor own chance. Do not neglect tho homely dutlo saw It on September 11 It looked as If the yield would bo" 20 per cont bet that nrc crowding about you In your ter where the ratch was plowed under' every day life nnd nlways be waiting than whero no covor crop was used. for something to turn up so that you may show that you aro made of a Best Crop For Winter Cover. Probably tbo winter legumes, such little better stuff than ordinary boys It Is all In tho boy nnd not In th as bur clover, crimson clover nnd hairy vetch, aro batter for uto as n chance, nnd the boy with tbo Tight 0 kind ot stuff In him will seize tho winter cover, especially for tho of Improving the soil, than tho first cbanco that comoa to lflm, Op winter grains. However, tho wlntor portunlty seldom knocks at a boyn grains, especially oats and barloy, are door, and when.lt does ht should be much surer than tho legumes and are ready to grasp it. equally good to hold tho soil from Abovo all, do not feol abovs the washing away and as winter pasture, occupation and calling of your P- but so far ns they will grow It U; rents. Perhaps tho old farm homo much better for tho farmor to sow joes not havo tho charm for you that tho winter legumes, for they gathor t should, but do not bo discouraged nitrogen from tho air and enrich tlio nn(i think of leaving fathor and mom soil. It la an open question what win-c- r but stop and think how you can tor legumo Is tho best. In somo sec maKe it ueiicr nnu now jou ran iuat tions crimson clover, red clover, and It more pleasant and attractive anu tho vetches may bo used, but ono how you can Improve your chances disadvantage ot these Is that In so of finding some profitable occupation many Instances the soil Is not naturAbove all, do something to luiprovo ally Inoculated for them nnd tho first your lelturo time. sowing ot these crops Is n failure. Tho boys who aro spending their Tho second sowing on the samo laud Idle tlmr about town are doing It beIs usually a success, but many farm- cause they havo nothing to interest ers aro discouraged with their first thorn nt home. They becomo lone falluro and do not pursuo thq matter somo nnd go to town to find company, any further. Itur clover has tho ad- not at first to acqulro bad habits, al vantage that when sowed In tho bur thoiifh these soon follow. It carries Its own Inoculation and Is Try to find somo occupation at a success from IhcT start- It Is true homo that will provo pleasant and to that somo times It does not scorn profitable beforo you form a dsslro to germlnato well, but If tho seed Is t.nend your tlmo In town Tuko tho good and It Is rowed early, say when word of an old boy for thU -- Simuel thn cotton crop Is laid by. It Is rea- Franklin, sonably suro to come and Is ono of tho best plants In the South to onrltit Gardening nnd truck farming of n Ihe soil. It Is believed by thoso who unceasing alteityon oxperlonco with business require havo had tho most and n plenty br hard, work undl'inoro bur clovor and the vetches thnt cithexposure to tho vicissitude er of them Is quite as good for en- or Ions ,., riching tho soil as cowpeas and these of the weather havo tho habit of growing In tho fall, Start tho Incubators this ruo'nh for wlntor and spring when the ground with other crops, tho early spring broilers. Is not occupied The rtxihts for all tho Itrgn breeds, No two poultry keepers havo tho very name lnchods of caring for tholr such as the American cluss. viz: Ono U successful with his Hocks, Wyandottcs, Hods, llrahmas. Block Qoclc In quite a different way of food-In- Cochins nnd the like, should bo made and care If you are ono ot thoso low. and especially should thU bo tho who havo not been so very successful case whero you havo board lloors. with your own mode' of care, switch Many a valuable fowl has been leg Injured In the feet and over to somo ono's methods which high perches. seem to bo best suited to your way by flying down from handling yet which has, provejt ' This seldom occurs In the llghlior of 1" success In tho other fellow'a hands. laying breeds, but with them hqrf lit ' In other words, is experience has no real virtue In having the. roosts failed to load you Into proper chan- the, top of tho liouso. ruc&pt. for th" dpflvoi U the nels, make t a point to Uopt the satisfaction high chicken tuounL' ha can seeing how other "fellow's methods. pur-pos- Jersey Pet Has Record at a Trouble Maker. New York. Aften ten official ot tempts to lose him. No. 13, tbo hnrd luck dog of the police department el ( IttlzabMh. N. has bran dlsoied finally, ami the foroo has heaved a col Itfcttvt) sigh of rSt. No. 13 dririod Into police headquarters on a Htorm) night two year ago, aitd ho hud never appeared there since without bringing a hurry call for the iialrol watjttn for a fire or who Old offender other trouble. wore followed Into the courtroom by No. 13 always got tho limit front tho Judge. One day recently No. 13 lay down against the door of the city vault In tho comptroller's office, and on the fol lowing morning exports had In be cnlWl In fa open the hugo door and re arrange the lock mechanism. Work men said tho Moor had Buttled, but the city hall staff ktiow bettor. I.utor No. 13 moped Into Chief of Policy Teuny's office, nnd In ten mlnutos there was a general alarm ot - "Do you know of any woman who ever rccf'.tdrl benefit from taking Lydia E, Pinkham's Vcct-l'.- c CcJ pound If any woman who is sufTcrinrr with any ailnjr.t : to her sex will ask her nc.Khbors this question, she rcla surprised at the result. There is hanllv a cvrr.T.-it- ri this country where women cannot be found whjhawbeJ restored to health by this famous old renedy, exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs. During the past 30 years wc have pubL lici th-j- r: of letters from these grateful women who have ben nr. by Lydifj E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, tr.i CP in all that time have wc published a Utir.. Jtr- .thc writer's special permission. Never have wo Irarj .i g" yublished a testimonial that was not truthful received a few days ago. If a".) zi just that this is a true and honest statement of a voir.:n"s'-:?ence with Lydia li. Pinkham's Vegetable Corp - 'Ik. and ask her. Houston, Tcxti, " AVl.cn r first lictmn tnUlns I ydla VrKctuulo CohjimhiiiiI I w iv total nvK. uaawj hni fur. t i v.vii-.loir fi'iiml.t tmillill'N. f'lmitllc ItKiM ami n Ilvcr trouble. I lintl tried novernl doctor incdldnM,M a-c r-P- aj M 1 u-lll- liolliltiir did ndvlsn nil women Mifferlwr from mich tniubln ton " I IMnkhani Vegetable Compound n trial, regret It, for it will Ntirelycuro you." airs, iicmiu -810 Cleveland St., Houston. Any woman who is sick and suffering is foolish saJ not to give such a medicine as this a trial. Wh) shswl not do her as much good as it did Mrs. IIkks. lordh. never Bt well, when I rend mi tulvcrtlMin-n- i 01 Iinm'H Vei;ctnbIo Coinixitind, nnd muh iuIvImmI t try "My husband Rot inn mm bottle- of tbo C oinpmind.aiidUt mo so much kooiI I continued IU use. 1 am now li. of nnd enlov tho 1 - 1110 nnr irood. "For three years I lived on medicine I ittnl thnuclit I j -- Im-- lx-ii.- "I 'i II i war then turned over to tho dog catcher, but he escaped, nnd had Just' settled himself behind Sergt. erstung'H chair when there was n l uiiiltauvous call' for tho patrol nnd tlit lire department. This was the lust straw, and tho dog catcher was ordered to do his worst. Crottes Ice Jams Clad In Socks. e. No. 13 P0TASJ CORN Tcijulrr the beat selected Krd and the' most thorough pwfit and l c- t- tion; but Ihe rel dilTerencc crop drjienda on 1'otnh. It makes ttrong, atun.'y 1' -- 1 l' -- 1 well aluped ears fillexl out to the very tip. wlthev-nr- k r mtul. Mth In nKinlinrlr aritt. with al.C gen, won't do. They trted lUadt to complete them 15 l' ibs. to the hundred. Supplement the manure or clover ur ter. tlllicr with 50 lbs. of Muriate of Potaih wr sere. lten JH hjM VSM Spokane, Wash. Kathur than bnch ant of a proposition inmlo to fellow Hollenbeck ol workers, Kllsworih Wenatcheo, an employe of the C. & O Steamship Company, crossod tho Columbia rlvor on thu Ico Jams tho uthui ufturnoon clad In a pair of socks. Thu thurmomoter registered tun de eroes bolow zuio. Tho river Is 100 yards wide. Whllu dlsousslng tho weather w.ih frlondH Holltmbock laughed, Hitylng he would cross tbo rlvor clad In a nccktlo for live dollars lo provo hlmslt up custumud to "Manitoba cllmatu." The money wns put tip. Hollonberk Jumped from n wharfbnnt on to th' Uiln.lco, which hroku and proclpllated . him Into the Icy waters. Recovering, he darted out, fall thn tlnitvH, but readied lliu giial aud rr turned, soaked-anbruised In miniop mis places, but tlvo dollars ahuad rjB fsssi feWIe ril.raf are, rr4, m tltlllltltl Oint 1.4 ell tfir Cm OGKMAN KALI WORKS, 1224 CandlerOldg, AtlanW tiEW tOIK-- tJ POTASH IS PROFIT NttiH IL CBiCAQOi MeeiJiKl Bl 702 Park MOT geley For WHISKEY r,r DRUG I ure ia Avenue. Thn Only Oenulno Kkklxv H.t 3 SPRINGS, ARK. ... wrna ..... A course of Hot spring .f tor iniormaiiou. . t 'rtrrr. C" C Cot ji tit. jfi TOIC 1.11 FOR DINNER OF BAKED THIN03. I. Ill mine riTIODn III. I ILiniUUH 1 Wit) Flth, Lamb or Pork aa the Am. Ple Tnkfl n medium alrod nah waah clonn, aliiff with Urcanlng. Ai mr lurKPjr acw up, rub with flour, popper nnd anlt. Iny nllrua of bacon on lop, put n little wator In pnn, bnati oflcn, bnko In hot ovrn linlf to three qunrtera of hour. Horvo with drawn butter a mice. United I'olnloea. KlRht or nine me dium potntoea washed In warm water mil wen with lard or butter. Hake hour. Unkod Com nnd Tomnloea, Cut tht kernela from all eara of corn, tako Mi rlpo lomnloca, with akin removed, slice ono Inch thick, have ready n baking dish, put a layer of corn, ono pcppei and rait on top, then lotnttoes In samo manner, then corn nnd so on until (II li is full, put lota of hut ler and bread crumbs or bits of shred STS TlaSSaasli JI !yl when ton top. llako half an hour In hot oven. linked Applo Cottage I'uddlnR. Ileal JCSl . half n cup of sugar and hnlf a cup ol . t. .Ij.l ""i Ohio. i .r buttor (or lard mixed) to a cream, one I'eruna I 1. . e u f teaspoonful vanilla, ono beaten crk iiJor'iuniruu .it H onc.rojrcougliB, tlircciunrtnra cup of milk, ono heaping; teasiKHiUful bllklnK nnwilrr alflrwl In two clip of (lour; plnco slices ol -- I In niijr pubjt . paren applo In creased pan and pom IT S mlxturo over them; bake half an hour J ' Till I HUM", In not too hot oven. Servo hot with tsii.iiRin. ' iT; whipped cream flavored w.lh vanilla. fold andlaGflpp" If fish Is not deilreil n alinulilnr nl lamb with bone removed and ,'." y recommend To- - siuncuorin pork manner Is also j iiko delicious ithreo-qunrlerpro-pam18 1 k,.u All Who Would Enjoy pxvl health, with lis hlcsilncru, mint tin. dentand, irulto clearly, thtt it Involves (ho queition of right living with all tho term Implies. With proper knowledge of what ii best, each hour of recreation, of enjoy-mcn- t, of contemplation and of effort may bo mado to contribulo to living aright. I lien IikTujo of medicines may bo dispensed with to advantage, but under ordinary conditions in many instances a limplo, wholesome remedy may Imj invalu-M- e if taken at tho proper time and the J&lifornh Fig Syrup Co. holdt that it Is like Important to pretent tho subject truthfully and to supply tho one perfect laxativo to thoso desiring it. Consequently, tho Comrany's Syrup of Figs snd FJixir of Senna gives general iitIfactlon. To get its Unefifinl effects iuy tho genuine, manufactured by tho "alifornh Fig Syrup Co. only, nnd for salo by all leading druggists. TRAMP JOKE IN GERMANY. IMPUDENCE PERSONIFIED. T3 m k No More Pain "Bcforo I took Cardui," writes Mrs. Martha IIowii, of Scviervillc, Tenn., "I would tako smother ing spells, and suffered at my periods till I wanted to die. I took doctor's medicine, but it did mo no good, so my husband got me a bottle of Cardui. I have taken two bottles and I can do my cooking now, and all my work, and look better and stouter than I have for 12 months and have no more pain." fiobcrt Hustler mat, did sou ear was tho tlllo of your now song? successful Chorus Lady I call It "Tho Proposal." Itobcrt Hustler And tho key? Successful Chorus Iidy I) minor. Robert Hustler I) mine eh? How would you llko to chango It for a key in v nun THE PERUNA ALMANAC. z: 1 Tho, druggists havo already been supplied with tho I'eruna almanac for 1909. In addition to tho regular astronomical matter usually furnished In almanacs, tho articles on astrology nro very nttracllvo to most peoplo. Tho mental characteristics of each sign nro given with faithful ncctiracy. A list oT lucky and unlucky days will bo furnished to thoso who havo our almanacs, freo of charge. Address The I'eruna Co., Columbus, O. CARDUI OH 144 It Will Help You With such enthusiastic, truthful, unbiased testi mony before you, how can you still hesitate to buy and try Cardui, for your female troubles? Your suffering cannot bo worse, than that so graphically depicted by Mrs. Hown. Go, then, today, to the store and get a bottle of Cardui. It has helped thousands of women. Why not you? Give Cardui a fair and thorough test and it will surely help you. i ..tbrnent lo me, iui li ' 2 st.J tl I e tiiruoi, ami ami linil la ta I c it It settled In mjr ) Ivlj tlirco bottles , .5 1 3 FOR Dishes THE LUNCHEON TADLE. Will Dc That the -Kiddles" Sure to Enjoy, c Hrown llenn Roup. 8oak one pint brown beau over night, cook three en." hours In slowly boiling water, maab lor Cold IVf wen, add mnic to thin, ti . Jr,! wvm ion pepper, sslt, and sugar Inthen butter, such quaiv Vn.. writes tlty as tn cut th crudo taato of beans i i iim inuri rrrav n When In tureen sllco over a lemon. r i mil (li ma not Servo with toasted, buttered crsckers i. .i I - . 110 W Hoot Hash. Several cold beet chopped. eo,ual amount of cold pota ' rbir tiotlo,nlilwcdlclues j toes, boiled If imsslblo In cornod beel I . r. r ulilrm. t '.elUioklrtenUtled liquor and chonoed. Mix ns for mest "i A1, t rcun," adilrru hash and heat, seaionlug with butter 1' Ohio. pepper nnd salt. p.. ;a Hamburgor Steak. Oct 1C cents worth of round steak and have It run through the machine. Over an equal quantity of stalo bread pour sufficient tilllk to soften: mix meat ami lirn.nl together, senson with salt and pepper; snap into cakes and fry brown. In mixing bo careful not to mix bread and Am w rii in ii meat until they bemme soggy. Suet i'udd ns. Three rutin ilnnr . two tonsnoonfuls haklnir s.T JU- nnn cup chopped suet, ono cup stiff batter. Iour Into well greased doublo boiler and cook threo hours. Servo with liquid sauce. r r. f.imc 'jl 'eft' if -1! 1 1 t a t .ml It to all who u my eu 3d li it -- srl irt ;a st: iW 1)1 tj.-mb- I IX mm Iff 1 4 txiu-ilpr- i"i Ce'J tlmedy RrUrtrs Ibt 3t 11 , 2rs smn.f Immnltn. n K.-iE!-- " K U.m iw "rumba; stir over a hot Oro until the crumbs begin to brown, then rcmovo from flro nnd add tho water, then the in I need chicken, the seasoning and rr maltrs wrik rata last tho eggs beaten to a froth; blend Kit.rn lott pgwcti. Ts effrf Om Hundrrd Doflui lUwftM tor av thoroughly, then put .he mlxturo Into u&Dwt rural by l.ui (mportnnt to Mothors. a pan and bako In u moderato o(cn Mi ol CftUrrb bottle of r. J T0I1, O. Examine carefully for half an then ipEr'sDon'tScratch cream sauce,hour; servo. pour over It a (ortr. tb u&dmlciwtl.todCHUNKYMm CO.,ttrtVr boo CASTOIUA tt safe nndevery remedy for hr krurva t J. (Twwr sure rrsutv. th Lui UUv and ju4 nnavnmur In all vutnrM truvwrtloria ortbl Infants 'and children, and sco that It Chicken boudlns aro delicious kbit la favrry ait ur cMi tkan pud by feu ftrm. M by druKKlt If Cure) 11 tVALCIMO, KIKN1N A MAN Tin, served cold with salad dressing. bol4)e Dnuitott. Toledo, O. rtln IlitriCAUrrh Cut m Uiro tnUratUr. Dn dlrcilr upon ttt btood svnd roixrms vurUrrs ot tb 5nrntee lo cure Scalp Baltimore Whip. all nt trr. Jrk tl ctoU f In Tso For Over :$0 Years. rrttrm. lritmoc.ui Clrato tho rind of two lemon and tuit). Hold by ill Unaiwu. Trcublei, Teller, Eczc Tho Kind You Haw Always Bought ma, Itch, Hlneworm, saueeze out tho lulen: mlit lun ton. . , n uo .. .. , Chipped, Sunburned spoonfuls of vanilla, ono cup of pulver Poor Stuff. urn jUUUB lUiUl ...1. niiu win uui lu V.. Face and Hindi, ized sugar, wniles or two eggs, and the Tho Servant You got cheated when tho architect ot his own fortuno must volks of four ears, llent fur ton mln. you bought that chlny vase, mum. not scorn to bo the bricklayer and Sweity, Illistercd Feet, utes. Dissolve two boxes of gelatlno Tho Mistress How cheated? hod carrier as well. Westley. Cuts, and all Irritationi In wnrm water; when cool i' the Skin. Does not adda tocup of Ingredients drop by drop. Tho Servant Why, It's weak. It Do not neglect constipation, for this con-dother busted all to smash the first time I tin, Rreaae orblliter. inn poibona the blood and lead to chronTuoSuei, SOc and $1 men fold In tho tvhltcs of dropped IL ic ill health. Garfield Tea, the mild herb bottle. Trial Size 10c. four eggs, beating constantly. Servo laxative, correct! constipation, keeps the E ther milled direct on with orango Juice, sweetened, and mar For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. blood pure, and the health good. receipt ol crlce. The twat rfmtdy for Orlrp and Colds I nschluo sirup. I MEDICINE lllckk' Capudlne. Itvllew tho aclilnc nnd CO.. Dallas. Tmu. Thoso enjoying prosperity should alroverlahnoaa. Curs tho jolil liratlarlii-Devonshire Puffs. and Jersey City, N. linmtdlaUly 10, ways be ready to assist the unforalio. 11' Uqulil-Kfrr- rta J. This Is nn old fashioned rcclpo that ti and tOo at Drue Storti, tunate. Demosthenes. I nlways find popular. I'cel and bako Hard to Keep Quiet. some apples, when cold mix tho pulp, WHY suffer with eve ED reShe I should think tragedy parts lief by using I'KTTlfS trouble, quick 2.1c. KYK SAI.YK. freo from cores, with sufficient sugar wero very hard on a woman. All druggistaor Howard Bros., Buffalo, X. Y. to sweeten and a little grated lemon Ho Pantomlmo parts are a great pool. Make sumo nlco short crust, lay Tho rule In a prohibition stato tho prepared npplo on a squnro of deal more Irksome. f seems to bo "bar none." 0 paste, and fold It over so as to form ,2 J it .. umplM ol WViU, Wrnrr. Wntrrr I'.rt Ilnl, 173 bu, aria i, ion puff. Ilako In a rtellevnl by Murine Kyc llcintdy. Coma rll.V.N CUIIKn IN O Til 14 DAYS. Mullliorxi. . . - ' " eii OINTMENT quick oven for 30 minutes, Sift whlto pounded by Kxperlenccd I'liyalcluns. Pain. IMZO hlntr, lillad, la mmaranUrd tucore anr raw if Ik rine Dnrin't Smart: Hoot Ilea Eyn (r l'nuruaiu Pile. Ip MTiiij sugar over and servo. Write Murine Kyo ltrtndy Co., Chicago, 1 tu U dftf a ur suonar rafuDdnl. toe i:n, - :: for Illustrated Uya Hook. At Drugging. ilil?c BW. UCroiM.WI.. Less than a pint ot whisky may Starch Polish. Why Is It that the divorce suit ot mako a peck ot trouble. Tako ono oonco of spermaceti, oae aver-ag- o ounco of white wax, melt nnd run ono of her friends Interests tbo woman more than her own mar Q Into u thin cako on a plate. A place w tho slzo of a quarter of a dollar added riage? n- to ii quart of prepared starch will . ,j & i,i u.ivi ttiiniu, am I,'1 uui.ii, glvo a bountiful luster to tho clothes or throat trouble than "llrown'a Ilronrhlal M'WrrlU. H. C Tin Trochra," a rtnt a Imx. Kaniple free. '' and keep the Irons from sticking. i if r kUi 1DJ paint ii rem uop and ot lid pcttBtl rotUBJOLl. f cr t Joints, no nut- J n Lilscbsrcra of Chicken Boudlns. ono pint of cold minced chicken allow one tnblcspoonful of butter, half a cup of dry bread crumbs, one l of chopped parsley, half a cup of water, whites of two eggs; quartor of a grated nutmeg, a pinch ol sago and salt and pepper to taste. Heat the butter and add tho bread for table-spoonfu- t5'IT m -" i a I llrmrdy sod tra i r,& Comparisons Necessary. "Wo find repeatedly how Imperfectly figures convey to the ordinary mind tho magnltudo of objects," says tho Mr. Sport Hero Is n llltlo some- Welt Spiegel, "and how much moro thing for you drink a glass of beer readily they aro comprehended by to my health. comparison. " To substantiate the asTramp Light or dark? niegendo sertion a picture Is produced of tho Illacttcr. cathedral at Cologne, which Is ICO meters In height, and next to It Is AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACK 8 placed a plcturo of the Zeppelin airship, standing on end, reaching away Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills After beyond tho middle of tho highest secYears of Suffering. tion ot tho steeple, nnd to within 26 meters of tho apex. P A. nippy, Depot Ave.. Gnllatln, shows the Triumphal Tho plcturo also, column at Tenn., says: "Fifteen years ago kid CI meters In height, and next to it ney dltcato attacked tbo airship Parsifal, CO meters high, me. The pain In my as it stands on end. back was so agonizing I finally had to A Fatal Breath. glvo up work. Then nrookton (with statistical bent) camo terrlblo attacks Do you know, old man, I'vo Just been of gravel with acuta reading up a lot of statistics on presenpain and passages of t-day mortality, and I havo learned 1 some remarkablo things. Why, every blood. In nil passed 25 stones, time I breathe a man dies! Iiy (comprehcndlngly) Hrockton some as lama as a bean. Nino years of this ran mo down the great autofumes! Then why In to a stato of continual weakness, ami tho name of the census don't you chew I thought I never would be better uncloves? til I begaa using Doan's Kidney Tills. Prof. Munyon says: Cure a cold and Tho Improvement was rapid, nnd Ills opinslnco using four boxes 1 am cured and you prevent Consumption. havo never had any return of tho ion Is now shared by tho loading physicians of tho country, nnd tho troublo." Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box. wonderful cures that aro being mado by llnnyon's Cold Remedy havo atn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. tracted the attention of tho whole modlcal fraternity. Theso Httlo sugar Awful I "Wo had such a protracted fare- pellets break up n cold In a few hours, well," remarked So "that I lost and almost universally prevent Bronchitis and Pneumonia. my train.'' "You should have left farewell Jamaica Ginger Output. enough alone," ho remarked. The ginger grown In Jamaica comFor a moment they looked nt him mands moro than double tho prlco ot with tho Chopin "funeral march" ex- any other. Under favorable conditions pression. Uut eventually they re- an aero will produce ns much as 4,000 solved to let him live. pounds. During the last fiscal year about 1,400,000 pounds was exported How's This? from that Island. Her-llnFbster-Mllburand-So, Vk SlgnaturoofC" Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains ' and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tenderest part' without hurting because it doesn't need all you have to do is to lay it on t to be rubbed lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates relieves any inflammation and congestion, :L instantly ;' and reduces the swelling. ji j"- it well-beate- a Sloan's Liniment Sloan's book on borsrs, cattle, BARLEY6. ii is an excellent antiseptic and germ' killer heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. Prlco, 25c., 50c., and $1.00. three-cornere- , i. Mr-a- Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., ILSA. ahrrp nnd poultry sent free. -f Plants ",' tol n A .n Pimples. Itching; Humors, Rheumatism, Blood . John 1. Urown & Hon, Uoaton, Mosa. "iiltlli. H. ULITCII CO. SoulU Ciollo. - 71- . "H JtilV Now Book A Qloisy Starch. The words coined In tho mint do not laundress recently told tho secret Increase our vocabulary. smooth-lookinstarch; of hor glossy, Mrs. YVInilow'a Kootliloar Kttop. when It camo to a good boll sho add suft-- i lbs auras, rsdutea b ed a small plcco of butter tho size of Tor children uathlaa, UuuuiUou,tUUi(.u,ca!t4 wlfiJuullu. 33cabolU. a walnut. Tilts not only gives a nlco 'llarrlago Is the hurdlo between ro finish, makes Ironing easier, but premance and reality. vents tho starch from boiling over. A I Cures Tbroogb the Blood happy medium ought tv' to make only lllood Botanic Wood Palm) la kills tho poison la sud thru tturlflrs It aeudluff u IUhhI of uurr. rich blood direct tu the akin Hours, Joint and whrrrirr the dlaraae Is locstrd, lu this way all Horvs, .'Implra, Eruptions are braird and rurrd, pair. and ai-h-r of Ithtumati.in th. lulv Itiln ,l.n. Iil(l,w F.n,. welllno- - hul.idv. 11. II. II. romnla.trlv roodltlon, KtrlDaT the akin the rich, rrd bur of prrfect bralth, 11.11. II. rurrathe oral oiu raara. itt ii. rum per iurs ouiiir nt I'rug Morra with Ulrwtloua '. by writing lILOOUHAUUfO., Atlanta, (its. rorhoinecure. KA.Uri.Ul' foison, eczema, none fains. reurdy that the good at a spiritual scanco, Consumption , on FREE r ... . Tn a i um iMim book TWU l 'r.wcunfiiiijitii. ll, Tongue Sandwiches, Chop flno cold boiled tongue, season with prepared mustard and black pepper. Add molted buttor and sweet cream until smooth Ilko paste. Then spread between slices of buttered ' bread. Mustard Sauce. al rusr Druggist's. All.a'a t'uoulbiMs WlIM A. B. Olai.l.d, L Itor X. V tui sauiDl. nnl Tli,.. Tlrad. Arlilnr Interest-th- Vt of Vnnn OM.V (INK "I1HOMO OlIIMMr That Is KAXATIVH IlltOUU OtLllNE. bor.k fct lb. aiaBMuni of K. W. UHUVH. Vtni tt World oi.r tu Curs a Culd la Una Dot. a. i .SBassiiBsartv4''..Bx.i TrW Part o actor's. Tbo more a clrl smiles the less she means It, ssasaslssBsi Mr.DI0ALCO..CUu.4B(tvit4Uut Oohon flPOHN luLdlMl Terr CMiV. Hi Cka tvll othan ta mtuatAils, noiusttls-- r buwMiis:MJ.,av(i from bvisair lb dlo by tttW bltlUNV UgUlU MJTfcJ.rk.H CUICK Ult ta tU toi)(T.or In ffsisi, Aotst on tb blood u& ipri cwriiwi uaf tvll rnusi of dlvU'urvvr. remeuy koowa for iMrisM in fiasx inn uiiuvKHBraaiirau ki i i vusy la, dusj svu ! m UOitwifgaM 1 110 doira of druggltta tui4 bavrotMsi try dMlera. or swui irsM Low bow to iouHlro lbn(sv Our fr I niavimfaxrturvrsv lut ItouklwIilfMvvorythlnti. Ioml vmm vutexL I -- tyrl COLT DISTEMPER lfkrnins1,siJ If Iki ir Ind U8,A U 909- -0) 22C8." Four tublespoonfuls of mustard, one tablospoou of sugar, ono teaspoon each of salt uud popper. Mix with boillug water to conslstoncy of thick pastr sod thlu with vltiegar. ecouaaof thoaougly, gilut! groy halm. Uqo "LA CREOLE" HAIR RCSTORERo PRICE, SLOO. retail. A WOMAN'S ESSAY ON MAN. j; Qrirr', JJZe (gTj A man thinks he knows It all, until a woman begins to enlighten him. 4l 4 we can fix you up if you want is more sunshine In life to the mlniute than there is misery to There the mile. But after all, it is just the way you look at it. but the stepping stone of an immortal life"! Every action of life touches on some chord that will vibrate in eternity. This world is I TIN WORK, PLUMBING, METAL ROOFING, STEAM FITTING, GUTTERING, &c We also sell Dry Batteries nni -- tr Gasoline UliST ON Till! MUik'irr- - COTTON Some Difference. The following story illustrates the difference in treatment of the negro by Northern and Southern people. An old negro was in Boston. He was out of work and hungry, and was going from house to house in the residence section seeking food and work. He rang several front door bells and to his request fir "work or something to eat" there was always a word of sympathy for the "poor colored gentleman," with the hope that he might "find something at the next house." The old negro did not understand why he was spoken to as "a colored gentlemen" and treated with so much courtesty by the people who did not feed him and called him "mister.,' Finally he rang the bell at the front door of a house and a nice looking old gentleman opened it. "Well, nigger, what do you want?" he asked. The negor instinctively knew that this man was different from the rest, so he took off his hat and making a bow, said : "Boss, c'ud you give er ol' nigger sumtV to eat?" "You black scoundrel," said 'the old gentleman, "what do you mean by coming to my front door 1 Go around to the kitchen and the ccok will feed you. Never come (o the front door again, you villain." A happy smile spread over the negro's features, and he fell on his knees exclaiming: "Thank God t Thank God 1 I's done foun' my own white folks; I's foun' dem at las'.'1 & ADAMS Let the path of life start whence it may, and let the way be steep and thorny it it must, there are sunny fields far up the heights for those who have faith and resolution to climb them. The past is fixed. No tears can wash away its facts. We should you wish to have your prescriptions filled Qicfo ly them to and Accurately take waste no regrets upon it ; but, from the wisdom its very sins have taught us, we should start a fresh on the A boy can sit still on a sled six inches square tied to a sleigh moving eight miles an hour ; but couldn't sit still on a sofa five minutes for a dollar. A man will sit on an inch edge of a board and talk politics for three hours i put him In a church pew for forty minutes, gets nervous, twists and turns, and goes to jjeep. A man will pouch his cheeks with filthy tobacco, juice runs down to his chin, feels good ; but a hair In the butter kills him. He stays out till midnight, wife don't know where he is, comes home when he pleases, but if a meal is not ready just on time, pouts, frowns, and says unpretty things. Evidently man is a strange animal. Gets full, beastly drunk, imagines he's rich, a great man, bets on the losing horse, goes broke, quarrels, fights, lands in jail, eyes dressed for Easter, face frescoed and morals depraved yet he Is "Lord of all creation and monarch of all he surveys." Strange animal this man. t THE MOTHER'SSPIRIT. SAVED FROM AN .... iuiouiicritirnls DEMOCRATlr w COAUiER "UftllN ma For Sheriff; ... s Clerk, OPERATION ByLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound K. link, Louisville, Ky.-"L- ydla ham's VrfreUble Compound lifts cer tainly done rue a world of good nml I cannot praise It enough. -- circuit Lourt J- w s; . r. For Jniler. Cl I ".uuu, superintendent, In R P "K j County Asicsior CHAS i. A r (Huliitm female, fromlrregularltlt's, I suffered nervous- bounty Judge. W. A ness, and a sever iAdlnlMlnklmm's Vegetable Corn, jiound has restored me to perfect health anil kept inn from ttie operating table, l will never be without this medicine In the house.- "- Mrs. Ham'i. Ljlt, sr,23 Fourth SL. Louisville, Kj. Adrian, On. "I suffered untold ml wry from female trouble, and my doctor ftald an operation was my only cnanre, ami i tireaueu it nimom ni much na death. Lydla 11 llnsliam' VeRcUtblo Compound completely cured 11. Hr-Nii- trouble. ' i V County Attorney: JAS , T County Court S T H Cleric ..j TICKET. Another Operation Avoided. INDEPENDENT race. WHAT TO FORGET. Cowgill's Drug Store where you may gat your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT ill's Drug store (Incorporated) Save This Anyway. mixHere is a simple ture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases, who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Bright's disease. He states that such symphome-mad- e 4 Motel... Roonjs and rooms toms as lame back, pain in the side, frrquent desire to urinate, especially at night; painful and discolored are readily overcome. urination, Here is the recipe. Try it. Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-haone ounce; Compound Kargon, ounce; Compound Sryup Sarsapa-rillthree ounces. Take a after each meal and at bedtime. n druggist here in A town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a mixture has a peculiar Cowgill's fountain is the only bottle. This healing and s6othing effect upon the place you can get REX. Call for it entire Kidney and Urinary structure, next time. and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while. This mixture is said to remove all blood disorders and cures the Rheu matism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and system all uric acid and foul, de. composed waste matter, which cause Hickman, Ky. these afflictions. Try it If you aren't well. Save the prescription. lf a, ul well-know- If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life, forget your neighbor's faults. Forget all the slander you ever heard. Forget the temptations. Forget the iaultfinding, and only remember the good points which make you fend of them. Forget all personal quarrels or histories you may have heard by accident, and which, if repeated, would seem a thousand times worse than they are. Blot out, as far as possible, all the disagreeableness of life; they will come, but will only grow larger when you remember them, and the constant thought of the acts of meanness, or, worse still, malice, will only tend to make you more familiar with them. Obliterate everything disagreeable from yesterday, start otlt with a clean sheet today, and write upon it for sweet memory's sake only those things which ate lovely and lovable. WOMAN AND HOME. wo-m- Cottage Board Large, by the day or week. com-fortab- bath in connection !! Ever see "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'' played? Then come to the opera house, Saturday night, Feb. 13th. Five gallons White Rose gasoline SI, at Courier office. Its pure. Reasonable Rates Cold Weather Is Coming Now is tho time to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH !1 Coal Wo Ilnmllo The chief anxiety is not that have other rights accorded her but that she, by the grace of God, rise up to the appreciation of the glorious rights she already possesses. First, she has the right to make home happy. That realm no one has ever disputed with her. Your abode may be humble, but you can by your faith in God and your cheerfulness ot demeanor gild it with splendors such as an upholsterer's hand never yet kindled. There are abodes in every city humble, two stories, four plain, rooms, undesirable neighborhood, yet there is a man who would die on the threshold rither than surrendered. Why? It is home. Whenever he thinks of it he sees angels of God hovering around it. The ladders of heaven are set down to that house. Over the childs' rough crib there are the the chantings of angels as those that broke over Bethlehem. It is home. These children may come up after awhile, and they may win high position, and they may have an affluent residence, but they will not until thfttr dying day forget that humble coot under which their father rested, and their mother sang, and their sisters played. Oh, if you would gather up all tender memories, all lights and shades of the heart, all banquetings and reunions, all filial, fraternal, paternal and conjugal affections, and you had only just four letters with depth and length breadth and magnitude and eternity of meaning you would, with stream-eye- s, and trembling voice, and agitated hands, write it out in those four living captals, ed , BON AIR Will and TRADE WATER have plenty of Pittsburgh Coal as soon as Ohio river bouts can run Hickman Ice & Coal Co Incorporated It takes but a little push to start a stone rolling down hill, and many a heavy-hearte- d human being has been sent into the depths because of a push in the wrong direction. It may be because it is easier to push than to pull that we move along with the crowd, saying inwardly, "each one for himself," and scarce think it worth while to lend a helping hand where It Is roost needed. All throat troubles invariably IF YOU HAVtr MONEY weaken the system and should not be TO ION . allowed to go unchecked. A gargle made with twelve drops Deafness Cannot be Cured. keep It in the hou: ttiy ItK'nl applications, as tliey rnnnot riwli of Sloan's Liniment in half a glass be burned, lost l r t .m rtlou of tli tar. Tliero Is of water will break up a sore, throat. the If you want 'j "? only out uyt euro tlvafniMu, nml Hint l Sloan's Liniment Is an excellent by constitutional safely when' rrumllrs. iHnfmt I, riiusnl lir nu Inflamed roiulltlou of the remedy for tonsilitis, croup, asthma always' "f"-whemucous lining of tlio Kuttitrlilnu Tube. Wlit'll till Ullw l InnmiiiHl run lin.u it and bronchitis. Applied freely to r.?e nun ruinlilliiw sound or luiMrrcl cli'.nl, Dcnfiipi la tliu the outside of the throat and chest, wluillt Isonllralr tht) ed Inflammation ran lt mult, mid iinli'ii titkan out nml this tulw rratorfal to Ita it draws out the inflammation, re niiriiinl condition, Inuring III lwUilroim nlno cn' out of ten Hrn rnul lir duces the swelling and relieves any DEPOSIT WTTHUS; t'litnrrli. which la noluliiK hut nil Innntnril comlllloii of the mucous surfaces. soreness. Twelve drops of this A Lvk W will vivo One HuiidrMl lollnr for any cuauof Itaafmtst ichukhI by rntnrrhl t lint Liniment in half a glass of water accourt w ' cannot Im curnl ly Hull's (Jatarru tlurr. makes a splendid antiseptic gargle. Hoiiil for circulars free. give you a "f K.J.OIIKKYAOo, I'ropa.. Toledo, O. Mr. Albert W. Price of Fredonla, Hold by nil Drutfiilsts.Ttc. business str : '!? ln Tnks Hall's Family rills for constipation. Kans., writes i "We have used apw the community Sloan's Liniment in the family for fr tige you have about a year, and find it an excellent " before. If your rm' relief for colds and hay fever atwe will H J our books,, tacks. Two drops of the Liniment see It there before in a teaspoonful of water will stop year 1909. coughing and sneezing instantly." Mr. L. T. Hurst of Coatesvllle, Ind. R. R. No. 1, writes i I find BANK your Liniment the best remedy I Hammer blows, steadily av ever tried for sore throat, either for piled, break the hardest rock. horse or man. I once cured a case Couching, day after day, jars of sore throat on myself the second Mnnu in l oan. and tears the throat and lungs I mnnevatth fate Of 51 day and almost the fi rst night which until the healthy tissues give had continued for over three weeks cent per wi ft way. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral under constant treatment of three Ohlnn and Weakly t .Ky County, , In "Fulton stops the couchlne, and heals physicians (I was traveling) and It and the cash va - . one-hathe torn membranes. n"11"" was getting worse." in u. i Will U5 la.v. y(jl Tba bast kind ol a testimonial -( of $1,000 or more f i" "Sold ior over alxtr years." Past mistress of unconventional with privilege to bcrr vaudeville frivolity is one of the same after one year n atfctiv Hiuisigiurwrs mt 9 I1DI Dl a any size partial principals with "Two Merry inglnUriK.ll Of SiX m nt puis. V Tramps" and her violatlle Imperso- expiration of one year, ' Bl, turn vioos. m Wa ka? n aearsla Ws pukllaa nation of "Peculiar Julia" has been ing stopped on part or all our uadlataaa. tba formulas a decided hit. Opera House, Wed- ma.le. Call On Or Tp.Hi BlllousnoSB, constipation retard re- - I O. SPRADUM, Union uiyi covory. Cure theo with Ayer'a Pill. nesday, Feb. 17, -t 11 When the mother's spirit is impatient, petulent, and firey, can she ex pect her children to be gentle? When she governs by shouting, scolding, and threatening, can she expect them to speak gently to one another, or even to herself? Will she not see in the carriage and demeanor of her children a re flee tlon of her own spirit and life? If a mother is worldly minded and fond of ornamental dress and show, can the e xpect her family to grow up in humility? If the mother Is in the habit, in her common conversation, of color ing facts, of exaggerating what she hears and relates, can she expect her children to grow up with a love and reverence for the truth? The tempers and dispositions of parents, whether good or bad, whether lovely or hateful, make such impressions on the souls of their ceildren that they are like seeds implanted within them, which shall take root, and grow, aud from part of their future character. Many an angry, fretful, passionate mother is propogating these evils in her chil dren ; she does not wish to do so ; she does not intend to do so; and she is frequently trying to check these unhappy tempers when she sees them springing up in her children but so long as she herself manifests these tempers she is transmitting them to her offspring by a natural law. She is breathing into them her own unchristian spirit. They are living in an atmosphere Infected with moral depravity. Tbey are taught to be impatient and passonate by example. And sometimes the mother will try to beat out of them with the rod what she is dally in fusing Into them with her own spirit. For Sheriff. chas JAMES II i : ! uisiressins icinuiine ins irom wuicu so many women suuer. Venice Has no Cemetery. Cominiund to ii cure female dUeases. The great of unsolicited testlmonyconntant-I- t peurliie In proren concluilTely that LydU K. llnkham' Vegetable Compound Is a remarkable remedy for those toI-um- ccs conflnm th power of Lyilla E. Itukhatn's Vecetatila I n.IIVlHU1ini.iVM It. F I). 3. Thirty years or unparalleled sue. I r, For County ' Judge. i W. For Jailer. r, BLAKE . 12 When the Fire The Queen of the Adriatic as Ve nitians love to term the famous old city, Is privileged in many respects and in one particular at least she is unique among the cities of the world She has no cemetery. The only burying ground is the little Island of San Michele, lying solitary among the lagoons at some distance from the city. This is one of the boons which Venice owes to Bonaparte, who re cognised the danger to a population from burial grounds In such a sltua tion and had all Intramural grave yards closed and ordered the dead to be taken for burial to this island resting place. The place is desert ed all the year except on all Souls' day, and then there Is a tremendous out flow of about 140,000 persons. As such multitudes could never be landed from boat bridge has to be built specially for the occassion with strict regulations as to control of the living, stream In its outward and backward flow. Whistle ance. Blows ' ' t.i . ft llmi. barn before the h r: rates are reasonal. the world's best, asx its too lat t U c.'.ct Now is a be'W ' r.t iu "ir i j fr:t I b m An A. ITT Vsn A 1 Ia UUllli 11C - 0 Hickman Furniture Funeral Director! Go, And Embalmeri. Hickman, Kcntuclj Throat Troubles Weeken System. A serious illness is often brought on by a neglected sore throat. 5- - TD $$$ frr; The Jar of i:j Coughing HICKMAN t,n lf ,.,i n j 1 A;rc 1 1)11 X r