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The Hickman courier: February 18, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909021801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: February 18, 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 II PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON CREDIT 1 THE HieKMHN COURIER. " IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES - A SLUE MARC IIERR in rutin tbnt your nr erlplloti linn etplrrtf, lUinow promptly if you wnnt the pnpvr to corn to you lifter Ihla month Tem that HO. Pa!13. the CommBTCial WaQn P "s Wj; 0 Suhcess. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Rxtea at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up whom: ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR HjrVftB r.l nil i! WBITBMKWOWT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. ho.ukib INftO Mendel's Plant Improved. r Kt'iilMkrinnrtrnoriitrentrnnlnKVIrlirKtlon. YtMny human nature iu iti best loved, and r Unison, of Kentucky, dedication of the its noblest vision. ,i,,.UMtf He came from the rugged, but al "ougenvme, icr.li M- eg school of poverty and ruj. hardship, with all man's lot of toll "Tat- - r csi'lent of the United .umonweallh of Ken- - and trial, of sorrow and storm unto first twain daugh- - the end that he, most likely and ii of. friendly neighbors, n. and all of her peo- - homelike should stand out grand and alone to v i . in Theodore Rooie- - lead a mighty people and a noble n loved, trusted and land safe through a storm of mortal ;t, L"tS - tfj f " people. To all of strife and danger to the blessings of ... - r the union here mien union and peace under the constiturrf: :: tri, our uminguisnea tion and the law. He came to nive lr . tti. and to the men liberty to every soul in all our broad ftisLr.: .n Farm aisoclatlon, we domain to the glory ol God and all ,tc greet 3 anJ rejoice to have our land for all the ages. Kentucky and to join "As he said for the soldiers at i i 33 t avor and In all the Gettysburg, 'We cannot dedicate, 3e ;j nctnrlallnn nf lhl we cannot consecrate this ground t, r- Spring Wash Goods ! "A Splendid Showing- Full line of new Spring Cheviots v N,cw . - man-makin- 10c ...if. Shirting Madras in figures and stripes 10 to 15c Spring Percales; n large line. of nil the stripes and figures. 8 to 10c New Spring Red Seal Drew Ginghams, stripes, checks, solid colorings .... per yard "Flaxon," a new fabric in plain and fancy designs for dainty dresses and lingerie, per yard 20 to 30c Plaid and Dotted Swiss, also in figures, all new goods, per yard 25c Luxury Silk, medium weight, mercerized, nil the new shades, a very popular fabric, a yard 25c Solid and fancy dress prints . I new-coloring- . 12c Amoskcng Dress Ginghams, .in stripes and plaids, nJJ colors, n yard 10c . . .6c r Kew JSooeltiesA Full Assortment Barrcttcs, the newest novelties, mounted, to Beits, silk elastic with leather trimmings GOV. A. E. WILLSON, OF KENTUCKY carved and plain. Combs, neat effects in plain, carved and mounted designs, brand new 25c to $1 Ruchings, a full line in plain and fancy colorings; justt the kind you want. M 1.25 50c at 1.50c Extra fine Leather and Silk Elastic Belts with new buckles 50c to 1;25 New Spring Belting with beautiful embroidery effects, will match all this season's colors 60c to 1.50 Sash Pins, Buckles; fancy metal designs in very beautiful effects 25c to 1.50 Are You Jl Subscriber For The Best Woman's Magazine Published? If McCALL'S MAGAZINES M not, you should be. The regular price for one year is 50c. JPflT"As a special inducement we are offering one year's subscription bers including. any.oneof the thousands of McCall's patterns FREE. 12 num- The addition to the Boiler and Engine Room Is under way and will be completed within about two weeks.. This is to make room for the large Turbine Engine and the new boiler, which has been recently installed. The Dissolyer Plant is well under way and the large tanks are now being installed by the Henry Vogt Machinery Co., of Louisville, and the plans have been received for the addition to the Veneer Machine room, As soon as this addition has been completed, there will be two more veneer machines installed, making five in all. In addition to these, they are now installing what is known as the Cable Way System. The purpose for the cable ways will be to deliver the logs from the yards to each mill, and also store the logs in the yard, and instead of the Company carrying the large supplies of logs in the river or on the river banks at different places, they will be carried in the yards. These cable ways will be supported on towers 114 feet high, there being three of these towers, and will be constructed of steel and wood, with piling and concrete foundations. The logs will be taken out of the river and delivered back to the cable ways by a large stationary derrick, which fs now under construction. This derrick will take the logs out of the river off of the barges and place them back on the cable ways and they will then be delivered to the mills or stored in the yards just as the case may be. The Veneer Mill will also be put on both day and night run within the next few weeks, which will require twice as many men as are now employed.- - ...For only 35 cents... Do not fail to take advantage of this liberal offer. It will soon be withdrawn. They also have a large steamboat that is just about completed and a derrick boat, which has already been completed. The steamboat and der- Smith & Amberg tee a- -J pue, "We have met here on this farm, born, in memory of Atnh-- i Lr.coln, to know for our-t!- 'i to prove to the world t)7 rr .ri made to endure, and ei ceep raven on these acres, ttattbe I;ve cf country and of its -V i.:M citizens are not dreams, nor CI- v:rjlf but Imleed living( btrsteas aJ C- tag Me breathing feelings. is claimed by all taarvy anj all lime as the type e best oJther-showing forth the M'tinUmecin all conditions of Abraham ln ji "the ten Yrfii,hrwas "Our whole country claims him Cf the whole union. And mine, the man on my prairies he 'PenM ii'o noble manhood and cade his home.' too, says j He was southern hills the strong and tall. And ta U r.ght and true. "But, Kentucky says, I am his ncot",cr I nursed him at my la T.y "t.mybabybornof MM We meet here in Kentucky on the farm where he was born to be consecrated and dedicated, in the grace and beauty of his great spirit to the work of upholding and keeping safe our union, which he so nobly led and helped to save. And when we try to tell the story of his life and work and his prophetic sayings, we find that nearly 50 years ago, as one inspired of God, he foresaw all and spoke all that we can say or think here, better and sweeter thau any other mortal man could speak. "To him more than any other man we owe and shall for time owe the joy, the power, and the gift of grace of a mighty people joined to gether as they never were before under one flag and covenant of the law. "And at last all see, what only part could see at first, the vital truth of the text to which he turned at Chicago before the election; 'a house divided against itself cannot stand,' repeated on the great seal of Kentucky; 'United we stand, divided we now through near, ly 47 years of mighty history, how strong, how wise, how clear, how prophetic and how great are his inaugural words 'In view of the constitution and the lawi, the union is unbroken, and will constitutionally maintain and defend itself.1 "This country with its institutions belongs to the people who inhabit it ' "Why should there not be a patient confidence in the ultimate justice of the people? Is there any better or equal hope in the world? In our 1 present differences, Is either party without faith of being in the right? If the Almighty Ruler of nations, with His eternal truth and justic, be on your side cf the North, or on yours of the South, that truth and that justice will surely prevail by the judgment of this great tribunal of the American people.' 'For him there is no need of any memorial place or token. He lives and will forever live in the hearts of all people of all the earth as the roan of the people, grand in simple, noble dignity, almost strange in wisdom and prophetic foresight as if it were a gift direct from God. Simple and tender in life and feeling as a child ready to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven, yet brave as a spirit of truth, immovable from right purposes, blessed with humor such as to no man else was ever given, which turned aside wrath and softened the rigor of mortal strife, his courage and his wprk breathed life and hope and faith until it came to pass that in the fiery furnace" of a mighty war, hate and strife melted into the pure gold of union. "Here are met today, with equal zeal to do him honor, soldiers of the for and against the union, heroes of the union and the Confederacy, Americans all, no one less pledged than the other, not only by the bond rick beat will be delivered to this point within the next three or four weeks. They are also having a large number of barges Wilt, some of them having already been deliv ered to this point. This equipment will be used in towing logs from Ashport, where the Compady has a railroad and logging outfit, and from of the covenant of our law, but alike other points to the plants here. by the dearest feelings of his heart and fervor of his blood, to our unitHad 50 Wics. ed country and its beautful flag. Harry J. Bauman alias Dr. Her "Oh, God of our Fathers, look' man Brandt at Chicago, said to have down upon our land and bless us all, had fifty wives and to have swindled strengthen the bonds of pur offec-tio- n women out of $500,000 in five years, and help us forever to keep the was sentenced to the Joliet penitencovenant of peace on earth and good tiary by Judge Clifford in the crim wiil to man." inal court to an indeterminate sen "A newspaper may boom a town tence of from one to ten years on a through its editorial and news col- charge of swindling. The police umns, but a critical investor looks pronounce Bauman the greatest bigto the advertising columns for sub- amist of the age and the prince of stantial evidence of push and life. all swindlers. Even the lawyers To him they are thermometers meas- who have been engaged to defend uring the intensity of public him after his arrest in Chicago were of an aggregate of ; they are the pulse which swindled out warmth indicates the healthy condition of $5,000. Bauman gave the lawyers worth. the collective body of the peoples less checks in payment for services. they tell him whether or not the comW. K. Hall, publisher of The Monitor at Mayfleld has filed a suit in circuit court against the Globe & tor Kutgers insurance company $1,000 on a policy held in this com pany when The Monitor printing office was damaged by fire on the night of December 6, 1908. The plaintiff states that on March 2, 1908 he paid $22.30 and secured a policy on his printing plant for SI, 000 but the said insurance company has re fused to pay any part of the policy since the fire. Tbe total damage to the plant, Mr. Wall states, was about $2,000. Another policy of $500 was held in a different company. For Croup Tonsilitis Asthma and a munity is up to the times in business matters." The foregoing is a paragraph going the rounds. It ought to be read by every advertiser in the land, and every advertiser ought to mean practically every man in ' business. Many of the newspapers of Western Kentucky that have been classed as night rider organs are publishing in full a recent lengthy speech by Judge O'Rear, of the court of appeals, who refers td Bacon's Rebellion in the time of Charles I as the first night rider movement, caused by the oppression cf a "Royal raonopolls." The night riders all feel that they have a friend in Judge O'Rear. me. Hell Bother? clalm beore the fall.' "Looking back nerMV",,rdlhepePleare Z Zt T,h' vu' the one hun- h,s bih-I'"'1 ,A" we r met in his birth- pWgeanewlhe love of all eP roof our land (or each oth-- " .itoshow forth now and year y"rt'" ove and 'reverence for sou1' the f ich any t all the , of Ielurn Z A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an aitack of croup. when Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acls instantly applied both Inside and outside of the throat It breaks up the phlegm, reduces the Inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing. 2 a1hr,h''na11 1 vi-- .... ...i llgnt anu ages, stand, 01 gives quick relief In all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis, and pains in the chest. I'ric. sac, ooo., ua ti.oo. Sloan's Liniment Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm John Moon, one of the prominent The potato bug is destructive, the citizens of near Fulton died at his chinch bug is as bad, but the hum- home Wednesday. He had been bug beats them both. ill but ten days. THE HICKMAN COURIER WE WON'T HAVE WAR Csvtrs Wciltra Kentucky Llkt th Dw" HAY FO THE HOBBY m "W. O. r and X O. 8KXTON, 2tdltors and Vroprlstors. BFSR ADMIRAL EVANS SAYS JAPAN MUST FIGHT RUSSIA AO AIN. s Kentucky Gleanings Moat Important News dnthrred from All Parts of the Slate. Floating Loan of $300,000,000 by ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE!. Russian Government Itaa That Significance. Chicago. "A few days ago, when the nickraan, Kentucky, Russian government floated A loan of mall matter. pottofi.ce aa second-clas- s $300,000,000, which was subscribed thirty lime over, that was Russia's notice to get ready for war." Wll I RTIIflY Rfll I WPPUII . , I. , . i u ii i near lunurMi jtuuicy ti. ... r.inns nmue this significant statement liere Sunday. "Ami what Is more' added the ad- Entomological Laboratory to Be Ea-- I I mlral, ' "Japan herself rccognlics nml tabllshed in Delta. "''M ' Washington. The appropriation forrcn,M t,,c P0'''0" Entered at CAPITAL NOTES. Not Individually Liable. fly nmrmlng tho Judgment of tho l'ranklln circuit court In tho rases against the-- Kranklln A VersalltesTrne. I the, y board of aitpervh,,.-Of Springfield. Kv- - iv.. , V 1 cons. ementofthliroun,r, cr actcctltia tm.r.i IVIIlltfvlM. 1 . coninlalnimr J - I w Far. 4. 4 ,,... Jrn . 1 . I P'acca. the bureau of cntoninloav was A mnnler of other statements of In bv the home In onler to enable ). .le. partmcnt of agriculture to establish an I'ruatlonal Import, viewed from the did me ad- entomoloziea! hihnmtorv sorheiiiie- r- In "ewpoini oi iwo delta of Mississippi or Louisiana. It niir1 m"U' Hrlcfly summarized, they the is thu opinion of the chief of that hu."ro." 'onotiat The United States will have no trouble reaii that the climatic rnnilltfon in tlman "'I'1 Japan. Neither will England, sections bcins so different from der which. the 1II W'cetll Ins heretofore Wm"n 41,0 l,cxt Nnoiap.incse war dors Ky Jr, f 11 trance and Austria will existed may develop new life and hab- - wmo cniomo oelst irti Lor ard Loses. the cause of the Russian. Kng- its, and that a close study of these may Tho petition of tho I'. I)rlllard To- - """HC nuraerymen I be helpful In the effort now being made Un wi" flml ,,r"elf nlI1,, wUh 7Psn ...... AliltlUUI. I UlfAI. BILL PASSfcS . h.. 1... . . ' ""uu vw. vKaiiin 11117 iiiuu itrass jo-- i I tall ...ml.nursery - ... i . i mat. to discover some means for his destruc- - 'V hu" ot existing treaties. Whit the ROBY BASKINS HANGED nacco Co.. nieil In llin federal court " stock result of It all will lie, no man can fore- tmn. - 8ni1 ery Injun. Colorado Man Accuses Arkansas of here, was dismissed by Judge Coth- Dr. Howard, chief of the' bureau, be- east. MUH.DKR.ER OF MINISTER XXK ran. Ho holds there Is no evidence to Retarding the BUL lieves he has already discovered a paraKy-- Thr prove an attempt to Imitate tho lorlI, Su CUTED QUIETLY. Washington. After baling Iraxrlnl a TIMBER FRAUDS IN OKLAHOMA nera association conn TJ site which will work, havoc among the l.i nl brands. 1 thorny road for a week, the agricultural weevil, and as they continue their progafter a very successful Body Left Dangling- From the Limb appropriation bill was by the agreed to bark up Dr 11 , ' ress ncrts the cotton states it is his Hardwood Timber Has Been Cut on Onlv Ten Successful Annlleants. I of an Old Mulberry Tree Many j KJiise of representatives Thursday praethe DUTft ftinif mturttl. Indian Landa for Years. ..,,.11.. ..1. r... ......l tint opinion that the new parasites will con' a ir tically as it cuihe from committee, Ihe fP M.ei.ir.iin,. r ....-,- .. visit Scene of Execution. - n.i. on "deleterious ,nr...... tinue (o attack them. It Is, therefore, Muskogee, Okla. Alleged ... timber v.. .1 -- .1 -i II ,..r .nr.,, ,U0 ,1Pl rccrnllyt , necessary to be watchful, in order to dis- frauds and thefts of gigantic propor- CpYngton. , he 3g wllQ w.ro Mnm. en- - ,)!ugf,j m ..r Ky-- rIXJUISTIUC. "e cover these exterminating parasites when I tions arc said to have Houston, Miss. Rohy Raskins, the ..uu., unearthed 4 St by the government timber Inspectors fn I negro who murdered Iter. W. T. Hudson livene.1 by a brief but spicy tilt Mwcvn ucd. The next examination will bo ,,0,n,i voimgst sister. K lliey appear. - .i t t.l .nr. .con 01 .irnansas aim mt. k.wk held In Lo'tlsvllle, April 13. by Secro- - It! na rsmllr j Inpastor of the lUptlst (.'huriti here, wa r,t GEORGIA WHISKY MEN LOSE boutneast pkjahoniac and arc under atrect. Ixjulsvllle. have l tary J. W. tlayle. vestlgatlon by the Federal grand 'jury, taken from jail Tuesday afternoon and 01 vuiora.10. in so to llodgenvliip n. x l Kvery lncreae In milary provided for Relative to the alleged fraud, the gov- - hanged to the limb of a mulberry tree, gueats of the Kemu.kv Norms! School May Be Removed. crnment officials are Yc.tlcent, but from I a crowd of 300 or more people, whites in the bill was strkken out 011 the nbWill Have to Pay Rentals on Propunless owners of real cslato t other sources it I learned that several I and blacks, witnessing the lynching. It Jerttoit nf Mr. Msron. Hie Aikansas erty Closed by Prohibition. Lexington. Ky - Jm'r I. a large tlmW companies are said to have I Was u quiet and orderly alTair, not a mem'er dcclarcil that he could best rep- - Bowling (Ireen msko somo concessions Kayctto , Georgia bo k Atlanta, Ca- .-I tlrctilt cour c ,or " western normal scnooi, mat nc fired and only one man ob-i- resent ths interests of the farmers by flu Jiardw0O4j Uml(rr 0 LIlot property at high figures for bar-tho widely k a . -- . ...... ? iur Team, jiucn iiinr .... i ..-- . keeping down such Increases and thus Institution may be moved to Corvdon. it ..i.. . i iHuiiii urn Jrvl,,ii cuenu ., iiKrrvun, wnu iius I absolule divorce t room purposes, without so tipulatim: A . . ..... u erxin ereti. ami uis .iwo pisiois lesrrn their burden, nf taxation. This C. L. Klnc and John It. Wilson .if that 1 I uavc occn useu. i... Madden, the custcdy c' In their contract, must still pay MilI t . ,I .. i t.i i i -- tt r .. i statement led to a sharp tilt with Mr. rltr. liavlnr nffrrcl th hoard 151 nerea ..i liumwi ui !.. uic timni I .ivui i.: miiif Miiii wmni uc Vlliu nd ' fr,H froll 1 aVO rentals thou b bee n II of fino land for a location. . . States Indian agent has been compelled I by and looked on at the neatness with Cook of Colorado. , , , ., c, ' to eject persons front the ti iiIkt lands, which the murderer on any farmers in your dis was dispatched. "Hate j I hy. Tf- - k WJUISVIHo. Nenree. Anna.nKH. to cording V supreme court decision hand- . If he inquired. The foreman of one of the sawmills near During the afternoon practically evrty- - trict i." flor. Wlllsnn anmifnlmt t wmiv sir M-- 'l Hardware and 8' u Ij el down Inursuav. Talhina, was one of the witnesses today, body in town, men, women and ehlJ. Jlom than you hare In your whole representative- - nearo cltliena of Ken. I aoclatlon will meet hI.' . .. . The court liolils (lint llio i; ivin" nf -- i .oui. li .is noi .Known wneincr .. con- - uren, me scene ot the lynciuiig state," was the unkk rejoinder of Mr. I lucky members of tbo Kenturkr IJn- - J' -- nJ 25 1 . .. ... . his . Q:le a r.a' ... ......, ...v I Prominent cern is Involved. j, and viewed the dang ng hoJv In the tradMacon. coin centennial commission to take ' I r...u..n UU UVUKIIIlll, . U .III' ITIIV , Ul I cll Off to one side stood the two brothers part In the onenlns exerrlses of thelUcm'- - " . .Iiiitv iur;uef unless l'vjrT-4.usTu LIQUOR TAX $1,500,000. RECORD FOR THE ATLANTIC of the umnlerer who hung from that old Lincoln farm, to bo held Friday, Kcb- - orcr Ketitocky. it has been to stipulated iu the rental ruary 12. mulberry tree. Tliey luoketl on, not contract. Isxlngton. Ky - Th- Maurotanla Ooas Route in 4 Days, I ivmprchending and they did not smile. AmoUnt Paid by Tennessee to UnlUd The decision was made in the Albion ernment. through It Bad Glow To Poolrooms. I SO Hours and 28 Minutes. the crowd that stretched nround Btatsa Treasury. Hotel case, from Augusta. The lessee Tho court ot atmeala In tho cases nf I Ixindon. has offered tt Queenstown. Tlio Mauretanin passed 'rom all sides of that old mulberrr tree Washlngton.Aco)nllnc to figures ob-- J. H. Hcspcss. of Cincinnati, and Mary ,ho aRrtcullural cxi r refused to par full rental after prohi x Daunt's Rock liL'htship at 5:10 i.m! wcro a c,re or n,ore of negroes.. They bition forced the closing of the hotel liar. tainrtl at the office of the commissliinei I Hero and Alex Diverse ot Covlnrton. I loiItlon aa head vt "t00"1 "i,e,lt Monday, Br,l" comprrbending vision of the Transraa1 a The court holds that ll. fact that the II. tnn.. thus estatllshTnn a record for I cinltf ti of Ken-the . I II far v nn.1 tint- 1.M .t.Jrlt v. 11. of Internal reirnue. the tax paid into ngalntt the Commonwealth rl... 1IHVI ii.. I "VItW J year, lirrill Hie lessee took the hotel thinking he could 'iv the United States treasury by the State tncky. says that a court of equity haa f300 tll.t Wll mcM ,mt 303, ta I I of Tennessee from tho sale of linuors baa the right to enjoin owners of nronorty continue the sale of whisky, docs not speeu was I " superior race, inn neiiiier uia mcy a era oi 33.1T0 Ky T'r entitle him to an abatement or diminu- made In four knots. The passage inin-ml si.soo.ooo for tho last ten from renting for purpose of rambllor. I nle- days, 20 hour and JW convention of the ,i tion of the rent, since there was no utes. tears, ine ainoiini 01 me rctrnuc-iro' body hum- - there from 2s2G until The I Supply association, rr. All In Good Shape. s In 1903 ,ws JJ.&75,:T,H. I covenant on the art of the landlord. Tile lauretania has bea'ttm every rce- p.m., when it was cut down, ltaai this Mturce. Cabbell 11. Ilullock. formerly actu.Tty th branches of the lu J The last reports show that there wai Decision means landlords will collect ord going cast, average speed, the high- - kin's mother was sent for and carao In tho oftlec of the, Insurance commls-- eluding lime, ectnen' flscul year in bonl in thousands nl dollars from whisky men est day's run and the records fcr the to the scene. When asked if sh want-lon- g ending June Trunssee in the tloner. Is here to make report to Cora. I Iron, steel, stone srj k 30, last, 1,470,6 H gallons whom the State put out o( business. and short routes from New York ed the body she replied that she did. Hell concerning a number I IR session here. I niissiouer nmlHlna n nil to Queenstown. This improvement is "If you liawn't money enough to bury of ,grain ,1 spirits. Statiillcss show also. I nf flrl utflutwMtv Viittiliaiiivi, wlllt s v lntlirM J4fw , s t aI BISHOP HOSS RESTING EASY due undoubtedly to new I It we will Ky-- ne K 3' in take up a opular siibscrip- propellers. r ZV' uUvHle. which b. ha. . examined and finds tn good condition, railroad commission r The best previous record from New I Hon and defray all expense she Was i 77 U1 i i -- VJ. . . -,1- .rjr, 'I40' f ,h- - , I Yo''k to Queenstown over the long told, but she declined all aid and the To course Will Be Operated on at Baltimore Harrodsburif Ky. Temncranco tieo. tlon Co.'a rnmnisint ,e 'W ' "VB ua' ana "vc '"'uutes, made by wxiy was placet in a comwl wagon and 2M4..I2 bushels of com and M bushels I Infirmary. I . ... 01 nun icrti were useu. in snucipauon pio ore waging war on the sale of Ja- - & Crescent railroad XI- I 1. . r. .n.. XI... 1 T I CIIV lu IIIT Illllur. .1 .1.. JiauiriuiuK. .11.111:11 J., JVU3. llaltimore, Md. Bishop K K. Hoss, of of the Mate going dry, there has been malca ginger here, as a substitute fur entered an order f. r .4 1 I ro,H . CUl 'I1' . tI 4 Nashville, who arrived here Wednesday D A Ms HI a DCPtexcoo a U,nu II. .II! .. tt .. ma a v,uii.4ii..in iiiiuK vu Iin ,1 (,iiuiic- - niiiBKy, a warraiu. nas .oeen .issueu deliver cars to and c uiij l cno n nlUft n umnuuieit aroun.i as ouenirs. to undergo an operation at the Johns T n,,nmn tlon of grain spirits. for the arrest of a druggist, chsrglng the traction tines. After tl.e hanging the ritlwns of . Hopkins Hospital for intestinal trouble, . . The aggregate sum of revenue derive.) that bo sold the concoction. roiet Koj-s- w -- onyreasman Houston donated a Handsome sum of from all the HLitrs from the sale ol is restiDC easily. Upon the advice of V.r I.exlnKton Ky - J T ' --lalney'a Bpsoch. money to Hassle Cade, the negress who . IOxln?ton, Ky. A distinguished par I A, Searcy, aa rlltien? : 1 . Dr. Hugh H. Young, the specialist who Minora Is $21J,0O0,00O a year. ty of southern missionaries left for I flk-- suit sgalnit the t r Washington. C." V. n the t"fned up the murderer. She got the will treat him, the bishop 'is still con- ?I Korea. In the parly arc Mrs. J. V. U Panama minister, called at the stafe de-- watch of Rev. IIu:lon from her brother- tito prevent tho psrmc fined to bis bed at the Hotel Rennert r I.4 nnd gave it to her employer, '. BLIZZARD GRIPS NORTHWEST gan. Danville, Ky.; Mlsa Ilaskcrvlllo. I of the 1M9 tax levy j and will remain tliere until Sunday partmeut and filed a. protest from hlj of Clifton Forge, Va.; Ilev. and Mm. Herald it U: government against t,heyyccch made In ""ey, at midnight Sunday, telling for official sJ. morning, before being retnovcil to the uouvs 01 rqireyiuaines recently l.y n" miici uie All Trains ..on Many . Northwistorn I J- - T-- Co". of North Carolina, and Her. I year, alleging such payr. "" hospital. Dr Youpg Is delrou of al- I . ... . . r ..11. ,i.i. i. y- ti it I" snu contrary 10 law llailroads Tied up. lowing the bishop a complete rest from Representative. Ilaincy of Illinois, in minister, for she knew that Itaskim or brother-in-lahad done the deeiL hfs long journey before operating. "The .v,1,c1' Irc,'Jent Obaldla of 1'anainA was her 'Chicago. A bliuard nf mammoth prot of ilaskins ami portions, which brought railroad traffic Krntly necvc.L Louisville. Ky.-- Mra. e operation will b6 performed next' week. 8uverely attacked. t 'The minister acted I TM- '"I to the arr.-sf l In Imckner. Ky.. ; co.ness.oi, t.i isirr. 1a In tlioorthwest to a practical stand idlcHl at her home In the meantime, the bislmp J being de-- n pursuance 01 .usirucuoiu cabnn by wh"', hcr Husband. I .. .. ,..lln nnieni. 13 ,.t ulnl !. nrUllo nn uv.wi.t- .Mil. .tn.rk n.fr.,n SENATE TALKS CANAL TYPE enuring the temperature , drop -" ,T,,e rtMSB for be has many friend.".,. Baltimore s wnanlmoittly-n.proved a i '' The ailment from which lie is suffering nbout a degrees from 3 o'clock In the afternoon ""-- 7 cl,,oJ cts on min ' resoluUon which U vTw deelare,! IH will necessitate a serious operation, and to midnight, when the thermometer reg- E,UmttUd L6fck Canai wm l sj s "n WIIIIUII of till- - and other Vw WU. em, everything Is now Wing done ,0 allow wells In this section i.t.red 13 degrees lirtow ero. The ,,olvar llCKn(.r. $400000,000 More, he bishop to gather sufficient strength thermometer registered 12 degrees below ,,,, t..,cf elfcutiv of Wa.hlngton.-T- he Tnes-bsenate llodgcnvllle, Ky It- ' to stand the ordeal Improvement in Wy, Domingo d6" Obaldfa, as ImpliW became imohed in a zero st several points) 011 the Canadian IjAXlniFtmi. tx V .1 lti!lrh llar-l- a wkn I. ,.h..i,u hi n I. 3u,.,,(. t... I - I .-, I. discus.lon of the I... I., v.,,.1. 11.1 I. .... in -1 . "neo "elnB rcoacl rom Jail on bond cult court, with the res grees Mow xno .t Bismarck and lo de- - ntt u"c "X " us"'' tho jury disagreement In his trial of land off tho old ho.r. l 'anama. nenator Kittredge, chair .u,", CCUIDO PHCT WUAT PATTI illi 1111-1-1 wi-i-i doctor. o VIUOI. .1 .,rr, jioni. for tllO tUUItlcr Of Mi father, has ere. I nr.lere.l converted Into a man of the Cummitteu of the Inter- - Birr. w In the .ortiiweat the blirrard has nted n reign of terror In Jackson and ouehfaro tho Jury fix , oceauk- - Canals, precipitated this debate KNOX-I- S NOW ELIGIBLE. ., .4 41 4 ,. ....... . ... .. I . ' 41 J tt Takes $100,660 to Keep One in Re- - by bringing iu su adverse report 011 the BiopjNii an oi ine trains on many oi i iircaiiiiu cuuiiiy, nun wno Snot niniSCIt I tUO land to lie thus In tho foot durlnr his last outbreak, only SU an acre I Hopkins bill authoriting the secretary the railroads. pair for a Year. . . " I Eight persons wer sevctely injured "a" UCP" ,KC" 10 n aanitarium In Lou Salary of Secretary of Stats Fut Washington. Hesnoudin!. to a "'e treasury to Issue bonds to tin Kr lWc. Ch'Icairo as a result nf the storm. Wllllnmstown. Back to $8,000. lutlon introduced by trustor cl"y. a re- - "xleni 01 30"looo,oo for the iii.truc- - lu lard, alias Jninca iici cam A beavv snow with hlirh wln.1 bss Washington.- - In the belief of the sen. port was sent to the Senate .Monday tIon of k Lexlnelon. Ky. Tho Hrlauser Chris, rnnln Jimiiile." the al' .: ,ate, ull constitutional objection to tbo by Secretary of the Navy Newberry, blocked Hi" traffic eery u her? from Heading a statement of expenditure I. I Man church niuddlo Is not settled, Itev. her. was brousht here f - saying that it cost $109,830 to keep a u apjioiiiimeni 01 Knox as secret the eanul up to date, he declared Montana to iako Mkliigaii. B. S. Lappln, pastor of the church, and to be tried on the cha ," s. s tary of state iu the cabinet of I'resident battleship in reu!r add good that the completion of the lock canal Duacons A. C. Itlggs nnd Hlephen tho banks nt Corinth -l Taft will bo removed by the approval condition for one year. This figuring would cost $100,000,000, and insisted Should Preserve 'Posium. HnraKtdns worn heanl liv tlm .int.. In ll.ta mimtr about. of the house to a bill reported from thu does not include extraordinary repairs ,liat a great mistake had been inadu in Washington. Further considers tlon board of tho Christian church which when 13.000 dlannpepnJ . 1. -II..t Ii 1.11 me juuiciary oy ncnaior incident to taking a ship out of com- - ""l adhering to tlie plans for the was given by the house of represcnta- - declined to take Jurisdiction. Wlmc Its chairman, as u substitute for mission, remodeling or reconitructiiiir It. I"g of a sea let el waterway across the ttves. today to the agricultural bill. t tbo matlir was an affair of tho KM lexlnelon. Ky Ui the Hale bill, mil passed by the senate The cost of coal used on battleships lthmus, width, ha said, would Lavs Mr. llartlett, of llrorgia, suggested Inngcr church. (0 i,avo lw0 new hot. I I i t year lt0S was $3,133,003, iiuiiu, cheuper tliau tlie lock canal. lor 1110 that some protls,on should bn niailo for I'lincnlx Hotel Co. ha' Hie siillitute bill protidc that sec- - and this amount was Increased by trans- Codington, Ky. A suit for $25,000 Mr. Kittredge said that the minority the preservation of the possutu, ami structure en nu storage marges to nun t, 111 uu-- an 01 rvu. m, iuu, "itx.i was filed In the Kenton dr- - oldest tavern west of I: l of the Iward or consulting engineers had prutoked thu house to laughter by mud- - damage ing the annual compensation of heads of The coul was bought at fumi $2.00 uledued their professional reputations lug a humorous dialogue between two cult court by tho Homo Telephone Co. mnuntuins. Messrs Mocrv iu I executive detriments, be alid the same to $0.75 per ton, the variation being dim that the cost of the lock tyje, exclusive negroes who futtiul fault with I'rctldent- - c,,l"l Attorney Ullo J. Howard and proprletora of tho Ih-- l ' i Tclephono Co.. In which leased, with option ti is itercuy insoiur as the same i "i siaiu 01 me market, number cl sanitation and cxjienses of the zone ebit Tuffs recent 'possum dinner In At- - tho HeKtlon are mado Involving llio old Clarendon hotel prt." reiaies io 1110 secreiary ot stale, and u ons. per contract and llie distance of got eminent, would not exceed $130,. lanta,,on the ground that Wstim wai the minimi compensation of the secre-- delivery, onuvi.iiij. vi a leieuuona compkiny, ing me i.eiami, " " 000,000. not a white man's dish. Its lines, boxen and other assets, ns druftrd for a building tary of stale shall be ut the rate of THREE DEAJi Hf DUEL. well as Its franchises. $30,000 In Mitticts. room. $8,000. KILL ANTI-JARESOLUTION. rU V. Y. More than $30,000 lu Lockjrt, "That on and after March 4, 1903, Chis. Weather(otd Alcne Survives rj ' 4 ,1 ll....1.l..,lll - iy. Aiioiiicr Harrodsburg, Ky .. I1UI..UIB1IIIIrerouini mulca Ringer and cash was found iu a mattress on the there shall be no emoluments ottacTicd Bloody Affray at Alexandria, '"' Oregon Lt.islator Plead .for tho ranks of tho Planters' Protectlvo bed. of James Malmr, a (.'itil war vet- to the ofllce of secretary of slate other Alexandria, La. Robert Weatlierford meat of Exclusion Act. association occurred In this county, I claimed, Is being us m I ' ,. who died here, ills tup sons will ...i . ll,... n,. whern OC2 those which, by the luw In force was killed at llliieston. La. Weather. ciaii, tkK Salem, Ore. Senator llalley anti. . .. a s' l.l on Hay if men lord was shot Monday In an affrair .l...n.,. r..,.lll,. orioi.gM. .uu were II.. .l.r...,(,t i.. .t.. Inherit the money. The old soldier, who I ,not nt ngvlowand In.lated that they I force. Is thought to bar! u .. ilf.,1 In 111. 71.1. vj,.e ... li.iil ..via. p. .. llrlttnn .... . .. nreg,..! attached to said offlie." wherein he and his brother. ( Ii,irl. I ,n,r nl0WCa ,0 4.ro nflUlUlll U. THU v -- "I"'" ... ' oner, at Anderwmtiiio during thu C'lt II tobacco looso and at once under notorious clrcu neury and Jlud port of tho resolutions committee was "PI"" , Jap Iadepeadence Day. I J, .........pj. Tl. s was not uecomi.ll.l.ml. war and drew u nIon. He bad been I 4, 't , uon, -- . 4t i WasIiltiL-ton- . Over tbu .faiutnese em- - whom were killed. The coroner, fun- i : ill for fourteen iears, and during all Loulsvlllo, Ky -- 8 Danville. Ky.-H- crry Slmt.son. Hell. however, until after lialloy had argued laassy In this city llies tho .lag of the returned a verdict that the Harringtons time did not leave his room. mi. I ben West ami (.eiir Hinntv n.o ni. lion In Kentucky Ii of tho Chluesu ex thai ior the I Beniloil money, toeether ulll. Stnto DlohlbltlOll ton: island empire, raised in cummemorat leeil fltenrna rlnlnr. nr .till .(!.. clusion act uud for its broadening to tl'' part of Ms Ili'u savings, jl4i mj idmud I although tho officers' were so noslllvo wns appointed by pr of tlio Jupunf.o Indepfiulenee day, 'J include Japuuese, Malays, Hindus and 1 ,.. .. , .. . . ....... I.. ,1 ...... . .I I .I.itn . nnnvenill'll " r JJ l.i ... . .1 iu this city. day Is obscrtid as u religloua holiday. tney unit iiit-i. in inoir ClUtcneq Innt I cureni.it in we inaitirss. ull otter Asiatics. tho report waa sent broadcast that Chairman Davis oi mi I I tl.ut his PUrtV W'nllU It J ' ..- -. lliole .rro.l l.n.l l... ant-nn- a company who have M ""nhelm Uro loc.Vuid, 1,1'" -- v ' iui in nil? rurioi niiini riu l "tuenqy 'CVjnJ ,1. not Individually llablo for tho debtiiof I limits', .burnM. The i , . at 7B.00O; covered ty Ihc company. a , t!1 Piani win bo rehuiif "t Bodies of Pioneers Will Be Moved. . -- . ni iur niiittiriir iiiainririii RfiriPif una nrinnged to have removed to the stafo ,0,'l foMlfths lnert . Mi vu "ornutnurrd atallu cemetery Here the body of John Klnleyl a Dloneer. now Interred In NlrhnVul "Y Martley. out nf ,1.. .. ,. . i Mimita mi riiuii in uciiik .ninue msoiI dleatii nf li muni, 1.. -""mna ic tt, nnve mo ixxty or Himon Kenton, I io fiaceu at I 4, Duncti at Marietta, O.. brought hero. I . , ,w,i ' II... x atoekholders of . . n. . ...... .... I nn, . 1 1 1 1 1 w- ePe 1 1 .. m-i- iir - 1 - pan k , - ln - r"" 1 ...KT-in- Ks .. 0, ) er-o- 1 ed iiui ' J','uc. 11 bar-roo- i..i rt' ... ieu .... - j 'd' r ' 1 -- d, 4 . ytsn ''l... 1 $ 1 , 1 ?rj ZrZ r., a 1 1 Ar, ,jr. -- r.'r 1 .1... 1 - L"" "Aro-eman- a, d "' ' - 'e "sj"". 1 . .... 1.1- a Kc frfl-.- ? 7 lio1 ae'" 1 S!.?' m IT'".'". 1". tl... yJVr..' lVlL " iTi.. ' Sf -' ' I - .1- ..-.- " ti; -- ... ' rv Is... ... first-clas- ' v 1 1 build-Clar- - iist-n- '' n ,iiunii m P -- iui, ft- 1 I - w. ........ .... ' i . .... .- W " - lr.. ll,l. .... THE NIGHT RIDER! r"" Washington Whisperings Intoreatinrf Bits efNewi Gathered Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. iii ' i s, at the National Capital. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... Congressmen Initiated Into Novel Club tho now member blushing! recolvoi tho congratulations of tho older mom-bJrImmodlntoly. If ho Is n good fol low ho acts out to find ft recruit up on whom ho himself may admlnlstci the '"work." Tho orRantiatlon of tho "Did Yoc Ulte, Toor club Is tho result of a visit to Washington of two women from New York In tho Interest of a very cnptlvntlng publicity schema This schemo fs now ono of tho sccrcti of tho "Did You Illto, Toor club. A few days ago tho young women went back to Now York, Tho day nft cr their departure a largo bunch ol letters camo to tho capltol, nil written on tho business stationery of tho hotel. Each letter contained a slate mcnt of tho account of tho person to whom It was addressed. Ono wns fot flro autnraolillo rides, another was fot dinners and suppers, another for nu morous bottles of wine, others were for miscellaneous Items, and ono. which was received by a young who has plenty of the wherewithal and doesn't cam how he spends It, wns for board and lodging for two jwrsons for ono week. Thoso who paid homago to these young women and wondered nt the lavish entertainment aro wondering no longer. Tho members of tho "Did Yon lllto, Too?" club know exactly REPUBLICANS RECKLESS FOR how they managed It. Now that It 1 NAVAL EXPANSION. , Is all over, If you can get ono of them to talk club matters ho will tell you It wns ono of tho finest pieces of for Militarism high financing that ever camo to hie Lavish Extravagance, and Martial Display Despite the4r notice. i'" cnormvui ucncu in TIlO "Hawl haw haw'" slenlfiei that tho Initiation Is complete, and That we offer to depositor!. Other Inducements are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. THOHPSON, Cashier. n. r DIRECTORS Duchanan, J. J. C. Bondursnt, O. B. Threlkeld, J, W. Alexaadtr. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. IL M. Islor, T. A. Ledford, iTON tt . fri r i 3 t i i I j t'Uf v You Ulte. I was formed hero tho i; ti,r clonk rooms used at Incomploto mem-- . Th" whuh U withheld, con-- i r. itncs UVe tlm Ann.nl-sites o( n prospective If ho la r. t consulted. i ale ho Joins becnuso ' s else for htm to do. Is somo-- 3 3 of Initiation A member, cither of c; tho houso, receives a tho return card of a wntown hotel. He opens n I rcnJi It. If his fsco ir. t his eyes flash, It Is a .n that he Is material .! p. If. after a moment a smflo begins to anil ho t 3 desk fur his check a mere Indication no long-.ci ,'alnty Ho Is then ap- a member. , I e looV smlllnRly nska . cf tho mcmbcr-clcc- usions! organisation Old The most exclIn l: the THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY . LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY T8 LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE- acoxroiUTf TELEGRAPH CO. co . "JINGOES" AT HELM MEANS MUCH TO DEMOCRACY. New National I Will Build YouaHome ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Senators Will the Party's Influence. Extend t. t" r membor-clcc- t answers. tho mem- fw" haw'" roars New Aero Club at the National Capital Oeorgo O. Tottcn, Jr., and tlonal Treasury. has an sreo club. It tho other day In C? " r rf l!rlg Ocn. James Allen, c1 ' i u - cmcrr of the army at tho Truman H. Ncwber ti" : cf tho navy, was elected :' Ittbert Shaw Oliver, tof war, first vlco-pW ". .TON rtsUcd -- -r -- as-:'- p:-i'a- ry r: t ..-- ; B.i:.' A- Thomas Nelson Page, sec-c- 4 esldrnt, and Representative r :3 of Massachusetts, third -t :c - r 'Lc ' c! X rc f ' Mr ' i k? 1 H 1 Col. Charles rj cf tequipment;superintendent s, A '.rgs and grounds. District ' ' " i Ueut 1. Ijihm, Victims Open War on "Mushroom" Hat 'to charter members of tho sre Representative Parsons Y k 0 11 Tlttman of tho vry i. S. M Ueut. Illchanl II, I C ; C. I Marlatt, lureau of entomology: :. rr 0 Sweet. U. 8. N., of , r- I V. Ht officers of the navy who :,":'arly lnvl'ed to tho dc--' :a In nshlugton say thoy form an V.tw" hat Icaguf, or wear ' ks In tho future. r "a that tho "pink r f n 'lines positively danger- ' i r Miss Nowborry, daughter Cf f ; ry of tho navy; Miss 01- n " tho Misses Fromont, tho II i " or any of tho other -c t :rn nround too abruptly hn r I otiicers or others of their r ' among them and como i ' " of their hats. x i: ha' of tho mushroom Mr w speclca aro aomo '" ) c - v on tho edges ns If thoy hi ' 'dolly sttopped, and, In it aly havo stanch, sharp d c- 'j lln . " " f Senate rvr ii 1h -- Elevator "Boys" Given a Raise . p 111 ATf b ese-- '?(ccU"K $100,000 President-elec- t en-- li'.'K "I0 ,V .u salary voted Bnatorlal hearts conductors d'rer- 5 !t, n ti,. - p.- -, - I) 8 1 iuU uuipr fin v nnd ,0080 chango In their . Innt ma... , ... 7 ot tho ';j c'"mc-- ? Z -- rf1s'Je. Wl yi1 " l"o t, nouso , Tfc",.- "Hl Got aralso. c,,t WW havo $50,000 oiaiM Judgos and ,I,00 !00 " a u-a- h ,h-- , n or 11 0nd U!CI 8l,cakr, ,o.5.00. $3,000. additional St .' E . U:o wl" 0 st ( UI cudeels for tho ele Insurged all alafy Increases. Ijist session It M. llo $122,622,185 for congress appropriated tho navy. Tho approUnnan. priation bill reported to the houso by A committee of the Aero Club ot authorlios America, with which tho Washington tho naval affairs committee Inclub will bo nfllllated.hasbconappolnt-c- tho expendlturo of $135,002,888. an If tho senato to rccclvo contributions for a crease ot ten per cent. padding the billIt "memorial shaft to Lieut. Thomas R follows Its rule of Belfrldge, U. 8. A., who was killed In added over $17,000,000 to tho hotwo of the Jin. tho accident to tho Wright aeroplane bill last year tho hearts gladdened, goes will bo still further at Fort Myer last September. On tho Thn nnnrnnrlatlons for tho navy. In committee aro Glen II. Curtlss, Prof. 1903. flvo years after the war with Alexander Hell and Lieut. K. P. Lahm, T8,8&6,363, less man .wu V, 8. A. Tho shaft will bo erected Spain, were cent, of tho sum tho houso proeither In Arlington National cemetery, lor year. In the where Ueut. Sclfrldgo Is burled, or on poses to spend next the naVy'mfi yearn tho spot where the Wright aeroplane seven 1CS2.2C5.000. over of'a rout fell on tho parado ground at Fort Myer. Tho latter spot Is favored by billion dollars, and tho annual ana from year to year rises by leaps tho majority of theso Interests. bounds. The total appropriations, for Officers of tho signal corps have no1 navy during tho entire second given up hopo that something may b tho Cleveland administration wero $15,000, donn by this session of congress to ap 000 less than for tho ono year covered propriate money fcr the promotion of by tho appropriation mado by congress In tho united States army. aeronautics last spring. Thoy express hopo that Individual Tho wholo Influence of tho admlnls members of congress tnny ask for tratlon has been for n bigger navy, for money lor aorlal protection of the dis more, bigger nud costlier battleships, tricts they rcproscnt. They bcllove for raoro officers nnd men and for It this should go through in ono caso more pay. Its policy Is ono of lavish It would bo followed by other requests extravaganco In tho direction of milof a similar nature. itarism nnd mnrtlal display. And the consideration that thero was a Vnl ted States treasury deficit of over $f0. 000,000 Juno 20 lost nnd that an uddl pointed feathers which protrudo nnd tlonsl .deftcir of over $70,000,000 has could inflict untold damago If properly since then been created serves as no aimed. No ono nccuscs the navy girls restraint upon Its wasteful policy. of attempting to do damago with theso Tho most ordinary rules of business weapons, but tho fact remains that mansgement, asldo from tho folly of there aro sovcral of tho younger off- reckless naval expansion, point to this icers who havo received painful glnn-cln- ns o season for strict economy and rc blows from tho hats but havo been trenchment In government cxpendl too gallant to complain. tures, nnd not for further flights In "Tho way the damago s done," one military outlay boyond tho country a of tho navy girls' admirers said the resources and needs. other day, "Is generally In this fashion: You go to a tea and, aftor shakPresident's Action Condemned. ing bands in tho drawing room, spj MuJ. M earns was not long ago rcti ed several of tho fair young navy dnra sels all In a group nnd talking viva for dlsabllllty, having first been to bo lieutenant colonel. Tl en clously. You approach cautiously and begin tho recital of soma cnrcfiilly It was nnnouncod that this retired of prepared speech about tho weather fleer, who was too thoroughly dlsab ed to Miss Converse. At tho sound of for nctlvo duty, had nevertheless ben your volco Miss Newberry or Miss assigned to active service with tho Kromont or somo other navy girl turns pay of major, which Is larger than that of a lieutenant colonel. And his ac, hor head quickly your way and you somowhero about tho fdcO tlvo service Is to go with Mr. noose-voltwho will then bo a privnto cltl a stinging blow with tho edge of her hut and tho shnrp polutod feathers. xen, on his hunting trip to Africa. Of Of courno you sutler In silence, llko a caurso. It Is absurd to think that a man, but you silently pray for tho day man who Is so disabled as to bo unlit when sorter or smaller hnts will bo In for tho service, can bo strong enough to enduro tho rigors of tho African stylo." Jungle. Hut that Is not tho real point What la interesting Is that this officer should bo "detailed" to make, a tilp , citizen, and should ho n vator conductors. If the president's with by private tho govornmont ns though ho pay was to bo doubled, ho asserted, paid engaged In Its service. If why not remcmbor tho bard working woro really Mr. Taft is tho man his friends men who rlda tho senators up and him to bo ho will not hesitate to down every day? Intcrforo with this vory pleasant plan Hut tho sonata warmed up slowly. "Tho Incident," says tho Army and Senator Warron coldly nrgued that, Navy Register, "Is In tho lino of sov , It tho elevator men wera to bo oxumples of that conspicuous n genoral adjustment of em- oral to what ludlfferenco magnificent ployes' wlarios would bo necessary is right and proper that Presl As proposed by llorah.tho amendment dent Koosovclt has so facllely nud all waa beaten, frequontly perpetrated." Senator Knuto Nelson of Minnesota, too however, sprang tho soma amendment after changing tho verbiage slightly, "Tho transfer of power from authority, whether, based llo spoko of "our poor elevator boys" who work the day long all tho year on claim of dlvlno right or achieved round for a pcanty hundred a month. through astute manipulation, to tho Not ono of tho "boyn" Is under CO, but people cannot bo complete ns long as that did not scorn to mako any dlffop party machinery Is so devised that It enco. La Kollotto put in an almost makes easy tho domination ot the (enrsoma plea Jov. Hughes, faw." Whou tho test came tho second time "Tho transfer of powor from self even Warren hud wilted and not a constituted authority," does not seem yloto was recorded against Increasing vory comploto, anyhow, lu theso days tho "boys'" salary from $1,200 to $L of leso majesty proceedings brought too a year. upon prfrltuvolutlunry UrttUu law, 1803-190- 9 two-third- s rtf Ily tho election of the threo new senators, Uenjamln P. Shlvcly of Indiana, Chnrlca J. Hughes, Jr., ot Colorado and Gov. Oeorgo H. Chamberlain of Oregon tho Democratic party makes political a decided accession of strength. They not only come from northern states In which the Demo crats have regained a foothold, but they aro all men of proved capacity and experienced in tho law or publlo affairs. Tbey represent now blood of the right sort, which Is what the ml norlty party In congress greatly needs, Kxcept for Senator Newlands tho three newly elected senators aro the only Democrats from the north. Among tho southern senators arc a number of men ot signal ability, but a sectional minority, whatever Its weight ot character. Is Bound to convoy the Impression of sectional partisanship. Ily tho election of even bo few ns threo northern senators tho work ot rehabilitating tho Democratic party as a healthy and compact opposition both at tho national capital and throughout the. nation should rccclvo a lasting Impulse. A truly representative ml norlty In tho Bcnate, well led and act Ing In tho name of nearly G.400,000 Democratic voters, can cxcrclso an Influence on tho courso ot national nf fairs and even partisan admlnlstrn Hon beyond Its mere voting strength. IN GRIP OF LUMBER TRUST. Home-Builde- It will pay ym ( Invastlgafa this plan. It will intirait yn If yiu art paying rant. I carry tho only complete lino of bulldlnr material, builder's hard ware, sash and doors to bo found In tho city. My prices are right. You bo tbs Judpo; call and ses. ... OUR STOOK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- FRESH MEATS AND... ' Helnzs Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Call on or Ulephons us when In nsrd of GROCERIES, Hillionaire Canned Goods. or FEEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. r of Small Means Prey of Monopolists. the homo-builde- -- g r Does It occur to tho average that he has to pay double or treble tho normal valuo of dressed lum ber 'to "protect" the barons of the lumber trust from Canadian compo tlllouT Across tho border there aro standing almost Inexhaustible areas ot tim ber In tho raw state. Released by American capital nnd cncrgy.tho Amen lean market would bo supplied from theso vast reserves, at reasonable cost j. ,11. 1.,., IU IJUUDUUIVID, UUl IUI nmtilkWnnr uu JltUtltMllMl J TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D. O. Ramsgo, deoeassd.) flarble and Granite rionuments CURDINO, HICKflAN, tics. .Tho direct effect Is to put an artl oi flclal tax on every small means. Tho moro modest the American home, tho more certainly le tho lumber tax felt. Tho rich can buy substitutes for lumber, but tho poor honio-bnlld- STONE i : WORK t srf all kinds, IRON FENCINQ. KENTUCKY cannot. Tho American west, which contains moro nctual homo owners. of small means than any other section, thus pays trlbuto to tho lumber kings whe mntly live In tho cast. Constitution for Taft Mr. Taft has again reaffirmed hit A govern faith In tbo constitution. ment of cnumorated powers, with branches, seems to throo him fully sufficient for tho requirements ot tho American people. In hla Augusta speech Mr. Taft Is sued no threatening demand for a "constructlvo Interpretation" of the constitution. Ho botrayed no Impa Innovations tlenco for Ho revealed no Infatuation for sudden flights In tho higher world of Boclolog leal reform and economic philosophy Tho United States has a constitution "8liuplo. clear and comprchonslvo," which had met tho dovelopmont and emergencies of tho country, and he was confident that It would moot then in tho 'future. Thora Is nmplo need of such sau' doctrine la high places. Good-Enoug- h Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over CowrIU's druj store. Union City, Tenn. In C. B. A. Tonsorial Parlors Hot and cold batbs; electrto lights and fans, hydraulto chairs and everything for comfort. Beit In Hickman. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jonos Cafe. bulldlug. beno-fltcd- J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray, Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Roney & McMurray, "A Childish Proceeding." Somo quoor work has been assigned to tho secret servlco agonls of the government at ono time and anothci wltoilir ho memory ot living men, bul soldom has anything quite so fantastic been placed before them as tho task of working up tho caso against the This Is a Panama canal falsifiers. childish proceeding on the part ot the governtucuL St. Louis Qlobo-Dom- New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, LAWYERS. Practice In all the courts In thl Deeds, mortgages an! all kinds ol contracts. Notary Publlo In o9oe. Notions, Etc Call and sea our stock. HICKMAN, KY. Offlc ErorythlDg oyer Holcomb's drug stort. traL ManfBsrendes&Company T'I'T" TTTTTT ALL i I" ' T"vs T M SORTS-- ...STANDARDS... There can be no half way Stand Phone 45 ards in the Drug Business. Drugs and Medicines are either faultless or worthless. We direct your special attention to the minute details which make up THE the Standard set for this busiHELM & ness. They are apparently ELLISON amnll In f!imlv hnf Imnnrl. DRUG STORE anljn thelr relation to the fection of our Drug Store. Moving pictures every night at the Lyric. Chas. Moore is In St. Louts on business. REX the great Cowglll's. Change of Program every night at the Lyric. Mrs. Dr. Bright was on the sick Hit last week. Go to the Hickman Drug Co. for your garden seed. REX Phosphate hits the spot uui tor u at lowgurs. Master Charlie Millet, of Cairo Is visiting bis uncle, J. H. Millet. The city dads put the lid on Sun day opening in their last proceed Ings. thirst-quench- Friday, Saturday and Monday, February i9th, 20th and 22nd will be ROYAL TAILOR DAYS! -- AT- 0. W. L Marr's Activities. 38th Semi-Annu- al Statement of the i In commenting on our Fulton county history article of last week, the Troy News Banner says : "The town, Hickman, was laid out by A. S. Tyler, and by Mr. Marr called Hickman, in honor of his wife's maiden name. Mr. Marr held his lots at high rates, and for a time, checked the growth of the town. Several years later he sold his possessions in and aronud Hick-jna- n to Samuel Wilson, which gave new life to the village." We clip the above from last week's Hickman Courier. We did not know before that G. W. L. Marr's activities extended into Kentucky. Mr. Marr and his wife sleep side by side in the old Troy Cemetery. The brick vaults above and the fine iron fence around their aristocratic graves are rotting down. Mr. Marr must have been a man of great and extraordinary energy. He was West Tennessee's pioneer financier and politician. He possessed tens of thousands of acres of land in West Tennessee. If. his son, Lent, had inherited his father's executive ability he would have been the pioneer millionaire of the South. G. W. L. Marr was the first Congressman from this section of Tennessee. Mr. Marr was very likely in many respects just such a energetic, penetrating, broad-minde- d character as the late James C. Harris, of Lake county far-seein- g, Hickman Building & Loan Association Hickman, Kentucky FOR TERM ENDING FEB. J , 1909 To net Premiums for term $1773.75 To net Interest for term 2357.89 To net Fees for term 74.00 To net Fines for term 23.15 By Expense $ 289.20 By net Gains 3939.59 S4228.79 $4228.79 ASSETS Loans Cash in Treasury S890OO.0O 3084.79 S92084.79 LIABILITIES Series No. Share Value Z A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 28 208 146 SI00.80 Total S 2822.40 91.14 81.74 190 73.13 82 64.41 167 56 22 F2 92 48.24 G2 148 40.74 154 H2 33.28 12 170 26.09 253 19.42 J2 182 K2 12.75 L2 312 6.30 Undivid ed Profits 18957.12 11934.04 13894.70 5281.62 9388.74 4438.08 6029.52 5125.12 4435.30 4913.26 2320.50 1965.69 578.79 $92084.79 890 1242 Positive Proof. Should Convince the Greatest Skeptia in Hickman Total 2132 No. Shares borrowed on not " Mrs. W. O. Bailey, of Louisville her aunt, Mrs. R. E Minet. Hickman Drug Co. handle the best line of garden seed to be found In the county. aaturaay, tne lutn, was an un ljcky day for Hickman and bootleggers. Satisfaction or money refunded uan bcnmiat, tne lailor, over Rice's Shoe Store. C. H. Moore, the grocer, wants share of your trade. His goods and and prices are both right. See the Hickman Courier Realty lompany's list of real estate bar gains, elsewhere in this issue. G. W. West returned Tuesday from Berkley, where he has been to attend the funeral of his brother. Are you going to have a garden this year, buy your seed from Hick man Drug Co. if you want the best results. At the rate the river has been rising during the last week, the low lands will soon be Inundated should it continue. S. L. Dodds purchased a SI, 000 jack at Gleason last week. He is 'one of the best animals in this sec tion of the state. Don't do without calling cards any longer. Everybody else has them. Printed at or engraved reasonable price at this o ffice. Dillon & Cox, opera house mana gers, made it plain enough Satur day night, so far as concerns their having order at the Lyric, We are glad to see this policy at last ne forced. is visiting crap-shoote- Ellison Bros. On these dnys we will mnkc n Special Display of nn unusunlly large quantity goods in the piece, for "the making of Suits nnd Trousers by The Ro.i Tnilors of Chicago. Some 500 samples nre shown, nnd every sample in the lot is Every Thread Pure Wool. o( The Royal Tailors are the Only Tailors in the World -- -- Who will give a written gunrnntcc, signed in pen an mk their clothes will hold their shape nnd style until wum out that nnd that every garment is made of All Pure Wool. Think of This: Your garments arc guaranteed to fit or they arc not yours Guaranteed in writing, signed with pen and ink, to hold their and style until worn out. Guaranteed to be all Pure Wool Lraa' teed to be as low in price as any reputable makers. And Jl s and styles shown arc guaranteed to be the latest and mzsl up- in style and patterns. ?L-ipsara-picto-da- tc We Invite You to Come and See Them ELLISON BROS. . Make it Yourself. Notice. Crows Drowned in River. The members of the Epworth Because it's the evidence of a League, at Cayce, will give a home Hickman citizen. in force ... " 2132 M talent show entitled "Men, Maid Testimony easily investigated. and Match-Makerat the Cayce Tom Dilloii sr., Secy. endorsement of The strongest school house, Tuesday, Feb. 23 merit. Prices 15c and 25. Proceeds go to Dorena. The best proof. Read it : league. Don't fail to attend. Cold weather again. C. A. Watson, living in Hickman, Oce Harris, that prince of good Mary Polhamus was in Hickman Ky., says : "For some years I was fellows, and expert dispenser of soft Saturday. a victim of kidney complaint. There J. O. King bad business at Dry drinks, has accepted a position with were severe pains in the small of Hickman Drug Co., and will have Bayou, Monday. my back, which were always acute charge of their elegant 20th century anything, when I stooped or lifting Services next Sunday by Rev fount this season. It goes without and at nieht. When I arose in the Myles, of Martin. saying that Oce will serve every morning I would be very lame. Howell King spent Saturday night thing "right up to now," He' in was easily tired, and occasionally with Miles Lee, of Wolf Island. vites the public to call. suffered from nervous spells. Head A. H. Henderson, of Medley R. A. Tyler, proprietor of Oak aches bothered me, I was subject to bought three of Mr. Lee's mules wood Stock Farm, is in Lexington was a blurrdizzy spells and there Sam Lee and wife, of Medley, this week for the purpose of purchas When I caught ing of the eyesight. were guesjs of Mrs. Byasse, Sunday. ing a car load of blooded mares for cold, it settled on my kidneys, and Myrtle and Pearl King were In his farm At this sale, held an at such times, the passages of the Hickman, Saturday evening, shop nually, Is offered some of the best secretions would be very frequent stock In Kentucky. Mr. Tyler may This was particularly annoying dur ping. Miss Marietta Fauks and Roy be expected to return with a "string" ing the night, and I was often fore ed to arise several times. Learning Stocking were in Charleston last of good ones, R. A., you know, is a little cranky about fine stock. of Doan's Kidney Fills, I procured week, visiting relatives, a box at Helm and Ellison's drug "Windy" Lee, of Charleston, During his discourse, Sunday, a store and two days after using brought a drove of mules in the Hickman pastor touched on the sub them received great relief. I con neighbornood Saturday, for sale. ject of clubs, adding that "Hickman tinued using them and when I had s almost clubbed to death." This A number of young people gather taken the contents of one box I was ed at the home of Mrs. Maddox, Is a true statement, though doubtless Hickman Lodge 761 cured. My wife also used Doan'c Saturday night, for the purpose of unpopular. Few towns are so infestF, & A. M. AA Kidney Pills, and they proved of storming them and before we knew ed with clubs as Hickman j they more benefit to her than any remedy it a thunder storm came up and there seem to be getting paramount to Hickman Lodce No. 761. F. & she had used during the twenty wasn't so much fun at last, yet we church, home, and all other more A. m., win meet in regular communication next Monday night at 7 130. years she was a victim of kidney all eojoyed ourselves. We shall sacred institutions and within the Visiting brothers cordially invited. trouble. We will never lose an op- call again, Mrs. Maddox. past ten days meetings have been H. C. HEUt, Master. portunity of recommending this held forenoon, afternoon and evenD. Owens, Sec'y. Mrs. Annie Brown, after spending ing. You may not think so, but we remedy to others, and shall always Work in E. A. and M. M. Degrees. several weeks with her parents, Mr. know some folks are skating on thin keep it in the house." "The woman Is the weaker vesjel" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 and Mrs. S. J. Self, has returned to financial Ice when they play the ex Co., Buffalo, her home at Hobart, Okla. travagant hostess. As a general men are fond of saying, but when It cents. Foster-MUbuNot only do you save money by rule, though there are some excep comes to endurance and patience she New York, sole agents for the Unitbuying "Square Deal" fence, but tions right here, the club is the child has her lord beaten to a frazzle. ed States. of luxury and idleness, and he's get- you are sure ot getting the best. Remesaber the name Doan's The Courier and the weekly Com- merclal-Appeone year for $1,25. Hdw. Co. ng to be a noisy brat In this burg. other. Farmers and take bo k rn al Proceedings of meeting of Fulton There is so much Rheumatism ine strangest tfc.. z r rr .:al here in our neighborhood now that County Levee Commissioners : ed by several peop cjKi Hickman, Ky., Feb. IStb, 1909. the following advice will be highly the sight of a drov i r u toil The Fulton County Levee Board drowned in the Mu..s ;pi r.Ttrlis appreciated by those who suffer: Get from any good pharmacy one- - met in session this day. Present S. week, during one eft e iLrcrdijtl half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion L. Dodds, Val Carpenter and H. C. The wind was com. g f r 3 tie r.t one ounce Compound Kargon, three Helm. at the rate of abet i x , cei a of Compound Syrup Sarapa ounces ine oDject ot the meeting was hour and was sw t. i c.:kj rilla. Shake these well in a bottle stated to be to take steps to protect acron (he river Item th.n.'r Tit and take in teaspoonful doses after the levee from damages by hogs. birds were seen I Atvg art each meal and at bedtime ; also On motion made and carried four the gale, about half wa drink plenty of good water. pens were ordered built at once, at stream. They wo j ' i vA is claimed that there are few the following places, It one and beat the air w.j l:i victims of this dread and torturous near the crossing between the Dodds It was a great ba'l - Ly disease who will fail to find ready and Meacham lands, one near G. D. bat lower ihev t!": - to tS-- l ! mix Terrett's, one near Mabel, Ky., and exhausted, they drrjpri relief in this simple home-mad- e Scse d e J. ture, and In most cases a permanent one near Luater's Light below Mabel, waves and disapp-arP cure is the result. and that J. M. Wiley be employed the birds turned simple recelpe Is said to to build slid pens and report names and flew with the w( Uci U This strengthen and cleanse the ellmlna to Levee Board of all parties permit- - Tennessee shore It 1.3 strange tu: tlve tissues of the Kidneys so that tng hogs to run at large on the levee, instinct did not lea J tb-- n a toft they can filter and strain from the and take up the hogs and put them so, but it did not at wttr- iblood and system the poisons, acids in said pens, to death in the Democrat and waste matter, which cause not On motion the minutes of this meet Caruthersvlile only Rheumatism, but numerous oth B ing were ordered published in the The best coffee in the wU er diseases. Every man or woman Hickman Courier. 20c a pound. Wr en here who feels that their kidneys On motion the Levee Board ad Bettersworth & Part .rr are not healthy and active, or who journed. e::1 tm wn Tw suffers from any urinary trouble Attest t II . C. Helm, Sec'y. co:- - u(.:a mares, one good whatever, should not hesitate to S. L. Doods, and some young st" a .J.M l maice up this mixture, as it is cer State Line, Ky. tain to do mucn good, and may I ba tie Don't pay house rent when vou 0 W. A. Hinshaw : - itji save you from much misery and cousty. can own your own home much cheapthe suffering after while. er. See us for town lots Hickman Th. 9 wl! match' Lkl" -- Our home druggists say they will ... f . Courier Realty Co. Ing 28S0 pounds, J ere either supply the ingredients or mix rH Miss Laura Brown will leave In a L.Mr nl.l. He has 13 the prescription ready to take if our few days for Indiana, where she has $650 for them, butd:-:"'3- 1 readers-asthem. accepted a position as stenographer. lous to sell at that fig-- '. .At ut to-w- it: -- n turtt sale Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinmiiiiiiiitirt"1"wWI' GARDEN - SEED 'Just received. A fresh supply of garden seed in bulk, the best. The Hickman Drug Co. patH THIS IK".1 PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON OR EDIT, IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES A BLUE MARK KKRK THE HICKMAN COURIER. Iam . r. expired. Kenew promptly If job want the paper to coma to roil after this month mnini that jour hai Aflf Pulls the CommBiclal Wagon up the Ml at Success, The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. IM.'IB ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 1HBO fifitxt NO, Mil wEflTEBM aT.NTPOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1009. 4i3rLo3 o o o a's Tx-ixxxxx- p) Tex 99 A Card. In order that our friends outslda of .'Hickman Baptist Church, and those in the community who take an interest in the matter, may know the circumstances leading up to the action of the church in turning out of church myself, my wife and two daugthers, Mrs, Prather and her daughter, and to enable them to form an opinion in the matter, I give below the statement read by me to the church the night on which their action was taken. After the reading of this. I with my family left the church, in order to leave the members free to deliberate over the Come where the Clothes if are Their deliberations (?) took but a as, except on the part of Bro. J. W. Roney, not a word was said by any other member against under the auspices of the Private Robert Tyler Chapter United Daughters op the Toi'g the, proposed action. Friday evening, by a cait from Union City. rem , at the Lyric Theatre When these facts are considered; ACTING-BEAUTI- FUL YOUNG LADIES ! I PRETTY COSTUMES-GO- OD that my wife and I are among the oldest memoers of Hickman Bap A PLAY IN THREE ACTS tist Church, tlyre being not more Full of Heart Intercut and Mirth than a half dozen who were in the '-r the cause for which we are working and give yourself pleasure and us aid in coming. church when my wife became a memfrom Union City have already reserved seats, showing the reputation of the company Id it's A Mi" ber; that we have done as much, or t.w more in time, and work, and money for the church as any member in it ; ' Reserve seats on sale at the Hickman Drug Company. Performance will begin promptly at that Hickman Baptist Church has HO Tickets ar few minutes, Rf-- Right. There are lots of Tailors making made-to-measu- re r.i Admission 25c; Reserved Seats 33c i ,v- - Clothes, but there is only one Taylor making them right. Call here and see the values see the famous All Wool Book containing five hundred of the newest fabrics and compare the prices. Proof? RULES OF DECORUM OR DISCIPLINE, A town that never has anything to CC1U the cat is a do in a public way, ir on the way to Any citizen who will the cemetery. do nothing for his town is helping to dig the grave. A man that curses the town furnishes the coffin. The hit tie pv't.eit handle. man who is so selfish as to have no ...'It rr.ty it a good thing in to give to It v,.l iitnallv Veen Mm time from his business in city affairs is making the shroud. li.TZ ij uwn coiianess ana The man who will not advertise is driving the hearse. The man who i verm cud as much atten. is always pulling back from any pubI" 'he t 'itir.p nut of n man o i lic enterprise throws bouquets on the ti 13 a hat, how much happier grave. The man who is so stingy ::rc 'Lit'.f tJ i 1111 sue -- 1. actable, n as to be bowling hard times preaches the funeral, singe the doxology, and thus the town lies buried from all sorrow and care. The Lord tempers the wind to the shorn lambs, but the lambs that are shorn in Wall street are compelled to look out for themselves. Those who dance must pay the fiddler , which is hut another way of saying that every man must reap his bis own wild oats harvest. FOR SALE: Three large work mules. Apply to A- H. Leet. 35-2- c - a Attention Farmers'. HULLS Cotton Seed Hulls and MEXL! have more nutritive value than common hay. which costs 50 more, is, more convenient to handle, is perfectly free from dust or foreign matter and is healthful appetizing. moA concentrated and richest feed WB nboUt 8;x timc3 the nutritive value four times that of wheat bran, while its cosl. is about the same, and or feeding cattle and milch cows will reduce your feed bills and give better results. ArifXArl r I Ca IIU" 0CCU IklAAlI of corn and s Pn"f"ffm mwn. 0c and NEVER HAD ANY : that we had given notice of our intention to with- draw from the church and had asked for letters of withdrawal, which had been refused; that just as much gocd, or more, would have been ac complished by the church in granting our letters as by excluding us as they did; that no formal charges were brought against us, and no evidence taken; that the motion to turn us out on which they voted Wednes day night, was made and seconded a week before, carried over without action as unfinished business, and no invitation whatever extended us to come and be heard in our defense. And while we went there to make a statement to the church, it was not until the matter had been n brought up that we knew that a to turn us out was before the church. I say, that when these facts are considered, it will readily be seen what a gross injustice has been done ur uut, so tar as we are concerned, the matter is now a closed incident. The case has gone to a higher court, before a just judge, "who knoweth all hearts, and doeth all things well," and whose guiding principle in all his actions is love, the Spirit of Christ, and we await the final verdict (n the matter with the calm assurance that it will be rendered in that same spirit of love, which led Jesus, when nailed to the cross, and suffering untold agony, both in body and spirit, to say "Father, forgive them for they know not what they mo-tio- Fuqua, Helm & Co, as any other member of the church. Necessarily, however, my talk tonight must be, to great extent, personal, both to myself and family, and also to other members of the church. I want to assure you, how-ve- r, that in anything I may say tonight, there will be no intention to wound or offend anyone. That we have oeen hurt by the attitude of the church goes without saying, but laying aside all such feelings tonight, I hope to be able to talk to you, plainly, without giving offense, seriously and earnestly, with the hope that only good may come of All to The Good. "How's business?" drummer. queried the "Good," grocer. know." "I answered the village have no competition, you "No competition?" echoed the drummer. "Why, there are two other groceries in town!'' ."Yes," rejoined the other, "but they don't advertise." Lecture Postponed. The address of Mrs. S. M. Hub bard to have been given at the Chris tian church, Sunday, at 3 p. m. has been postponed to Sunday, March 7th, 3 p. m. The citizens of Hick man should not miss this lecture as it deals with the most Important problems of human life and destiny here and hereafter. The travels of Mrs. Hubbard in Palestine and 'Egypt eminently fit her to give an it. Now, we are told that the 8th Chap. of Romans is the chapter in the Bible which condemns us- - (This chapter was read.) I will read also Romans, 2nd Chap. v verses X, 2 and 3 Inexcmablo, O, nmn, Therefore thou art whosoever thou art that Judget;for where ThC rVllYPffl Fpisr1 forms n "Balanced Ration," givincibetter results, (increasing milk and butter prodSflion in cows and fMi, fat and general condition in all other animals) than Any increasing, Ok Feed in The World ! With Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls NOW ! The demand and dairymen should take advantage of the remarkably low prices now l'"8 Protua' and purchase their winter supply immediately, A mix- tu'"8fnS cotton seed hulls and cotton seed meal makes one of the baft feeds known to e stock,rai8;n and dairy industry. This is THE BEST feed in the world for Cattle, Milch Cows, Horses, Mules, Hogs and Poultry. feed-mShnv, Let us Supply You mine thtng. Hut wo are aure thnt the ludsment of God li according to truth agalnit them whflh Amateur Musical Club. commit uch thliiRs. And thlnkest thou tliU.O, limn, that Judg The Amateur Musical Club meets est them that do iuch thing, and cloeat the name, that thou limit escape the Judgment with Mrs. P. B. Curlin Monday o(Godt evening, March 8, at 7 o'clock. do" And for a text tonight, and it mat The statement read to the church ters not where it comes from, it is so WAONER EVENING. follows : applicable to the present situation Holt Call lecrlptton ot Opera. leader Mrt. Handle.Son Ml I am not here tonight, to confess that I am constrained to use it and it lint. Holo Knlnlnir i I.ucltn my sins to this church. When I talk upon it, Consistency, thou lionduraiit. Iiuett MiikIo Klre Mlsaea Dleitelbrluk and llartlett. have committed an offense against art a Jewel." Heading 1J or wauner Jir. iiavm. March from God, I know to whom to go for for I do not profess to be a Bible Anna Outten. Tumbamer Wagner ML IOliengrln March Mix Annie kiiuoii. giveness with the conscious assurance student, but I take it that this chap Ourllu. that a loving Father will grant it, and ter which our accusers say fits us, that ut.der NO circumstances will ue has reference to worldliness as con Miss Annie Hill Eason was the turn me out of His church. Neither trasted with spiritual mlndedness. If honoree of a very pretty Valentine am I here tonight to justify my ac I am richt. and if this fits us for reception given Friday evening by tions. Jt will be time enough for playing cards, why does it not also Mrs. Joe L. Amberg. . The rooms that in case the church should take fit that sister who condemns us for were decorated in hearts and bows such action as to turn us out, aod in playing cards, but who the SAUE and arrows, suggestive of St. Valenthat case, I should, in justice to my time attends social entertainments tine. As the guests arrived, they self and family, and in order that where cards are played, knowing were srvea orange puncn in tne nan. our friends outside the church and the when she accepts the Invitation that Progressive peanuts was played in thou judgeit another, thou condemnest thyself; (or thou that judgeit doett the "0, at For Sale By the wagon load at the Oil Mill, and in less quantities by all of the ocery Stores in Hickman. RICHMOND & ROND CO., KY. HICKMAN. community generally should under stand the matter fully, feel constrain led to publish this statement which I am giving to you tonight. For, my friends, to be turned out of church is jno light matter. But I am here tonkht as a mem jber of Hickman Baptist Church, to do what I can for the good of this church, ,the poly church of which I 'have ever been a member, and for Hi which I believe I have as much love I I j cards are to be played and remain ing tor hours playing other card games while euchre is being played all around her hT the same room, sanctioning the act of playing cards by her action in remaining and not condemning it? And mind you, not one good sister only, but several have done this and all condemn US for playing a social game of cards If worldliness Is the keynote of (Uoutlnuetl on Klghtlt laiM) with much interest and merriment. Shooting at a heart on the wall with bows and arrows was a unique feature. A salad course, ices and" mints were served. A very pleasant time was had Friday afternon by the Ladles of the Embroidery Club at the home of Mrs. C. F. Baltser. There was an unusually large number of Invited guests. A salad course was served. Must Not Bleach Flour. Hickman ladies are going to feel like raising a row with the flour in a short time because the bread will be more or less yellow Don't do it. This is the result of a new law, which went into effect last week. Hereafter the pure white flour which has become so familiar will be a thing of the past, and will be re- i placed by a flour having a creamy golden color. In order to give the millers a chance to dispose of the bleached stock already on hand, Secretary Wilson has permitted them to continue its sale until June 9th next. The further bleaching of new flour however must cease. Sodium nitrate is used in the bleaching process. Millers declare that the quantity of sodium nitrate in every loaf of bread is not enough It is pointed to injure anything. out, however, that after bleaching Durum wheat, which is about 20 cents cheaper than other wheats, cannot be detected from others. If unbleached, the Durum wheat is readily detected. rnrrns. rrinctpa n..j Prof. S. A Lirw ti All Color Cards Look Nice. HEAVY kbi nr .... ill.,.. . a. . ' ri Cheats a I Kiirrni 1 nm ,..... wmiiy, He w ,f "' s Sl T paralysis. Tn All Printed Matter Reads Well But What About the Paint? There Is But One BEST. We Sell the Best Paint on earth at the special price of B.l.ll.u . . . '""'Cld; a .. . REDUCTIONS :ON ALL: frfmi.nl ixnl..l .. lie warn wm.ii i garded. He is survivei '( $1.50 per Gallon Llnlr.nf , w. Art, -- J U ' r 7 Ik,. 'D . , Helm Ellison Caught at Paragould. Lawrence P. Bell, the young man who worked for Jesse Anderson, and who Is charged with robbing E2ra Anderson of a watch, revolver and $60 cash, about Dec. 20th, while sleeping with the latter, was caught at Paragould, Ark., Sunday after a long chase. Bell and young Anderson's valuables left Hickman about the same time. Unfortunately for Bell, he left some letters, addressed to a youne lady at Golconda, Ills., at home. By these the Anderson Deputy Sheriff Johnson got on his tiail. He was traced to Golconda, then to Nebraska City, Neb. , then to Newhawk, Neb., then to Summer, Mo., and then to Paragould. Deputy Rob Goalder has gone to Paragould to bring Bell back to Hickman. Heavy Shoes, Heavy Underwear, Heavy Mens Pants, Heavy Boys Knee Pants, Heavy Shirts, Heavy Hosiery, &c Ratheivthan carry them over, we are going to sell them at ',vy 4a Ml.. juscunine. it.,,, T.. l, ,! Ml.. SfM nieai iv"" !. J, A.i. ( . ""i ... nl- Our Many-Sidt- d Prt,j(uL B. Good Show Last Week. J. Blethen and a company of HedeliRhts Get .,r.j wc.in.iii wim tnr; -j r.,v. oy convert ne w. tic taiss uutch f 7 nas a smattering ':a..r- Hel io inuians in in4 , ai iu iuc munr cuci wiln his friends if yw.. 3 . roueh rider davs, i l nathy eive a the east room on h with the nsV .. i me na? ramrc u- .,.. -- if i. . ni 1 Tobc Wright Dead. Tobe Wright, one of Hickman's old citizens, died at his home in West Hickman, Friday morning, after a short illness of pneumonia, age of about 60 years. He has resided in this city all his life and was well known to most people of this vicinity. He will be remembered as having entered the race for County Coroner last fall. He is survived by his wife and three children .Walter, John and Mrs. Williams. Burial took place at Brownsville, Saturday. Mr. Wright may have had a few failings, but he was a d man, and possessed many friends, by whom he will be missed. very capable actors closed a three nights' engagement at the Lyric, Saturday night, playing in repertoire several high class dramas. Those given here were "Who's Brown," "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde" "Are You an Elk?" also giving a matinee Saturday afternoon ' 'Because She Loved Him So." All the shows were enjoyed by large audiences. Mr. Blethen, himself, is an actor of professional ability. His indi viduality fits him .admirably for middle-ag- e character work. He has studied his art and he knows the value aud importance of detail and the essentials that go to complete an intelligent and presentable part. Mr. Robert Brister, the lead, and Miss Helen Amelia Reid, the leading lady, are interesting actor people. They are fully capable of sustaining the work assigned to them. Mgrs. Dillon & Cox are more than pleasing the theatregoers with the attractions they are booking and the increased attendance is one of the surest signs of appreciation. now-a-day- s, GREAT SACRIFICE .t iin.... awilU.. ..WM.h. n II... tetters .- ... n fc.. , -- ..... io rr. ! .s : To give you an idea of the Price Reductions, you purchase Mens $5.00 and $6.00 Pants for . . $3.30 And other things at proportionate prices. nt tlm. In nt.i.,.. i v . . BRADLEY Church and Clergy The late Mary C. Held of Clarion, Pa., loft a bequest to the American for Visiting Catholic So-cle- & PARHAM GEN. world walkers 3 kind, strolls over Museum and exar. mil Kt.lli. vs.. . plants trees, a'wa,c guests, drops in f . virt r( , r- - " K 1 . w ..... . ' Uzr tl it toet n 1 . .1 .. 111 i.iuilic. MtH wrK . .. - r ... . .... . . 10 1. J. FRANKLIN BELL, U. S. A. L L. watches a profes. , .. ... i. caicn iuii in mc v If." j. '. u j ... rat , Prisoner. anniversary 'ef the Calvary Methodist Eplscopal'cburch of New York wa celebrated Decern-be- r The twenty-fift- Kittredge and Dakota to decide polntment, wa' ;d 'ntc! E.j 27. aai t .of the Scfanton, Pa., probably will be consecrated bishop of the Philippines. vice-recto- Iter. Felix, Ward, Passtonlsts' monastery r atT coinage and about it 1 stuti let rr'ii - i.i v:..c nincrr The annual convention of of Christian Doctrine was held In the Catholic College ball, New York, December 28. ley presided. Archbishop Far- Anyway, the rolling storjo doesn't Sleep and 6unet. tba hour bring night and nlgbi break Into the mossback class. brings morn. Th old wheel force on th waslng A man and a woman can never day. shall ba agres as to the cbarmi of another Walt, till th pals woman. born, deck hand took A little fradoua, and In turn decay. Mott's blue-eye- d an occasion to throw some rot at Rtst U a cloud above the sailing aun A roan seldom tries to bellttlo other Hickman in this week's Leader, That sees him t, nor falls In staad-fa- men unlea they are bigger than himsphere; self. About her population and progress. Peace Is a moon that when the stars are dona If we didn't know he was an irre A woman always want ber chlldrea Without a twinkle sleeps upon the to have their father's wisdom and her mers. sponsible member of the Annanlas beauty. Club, we would sock the harpoon in Death la the mother and the queen of Teace, we re his pesky anatomy. While d Instead of speaking bis mind, many Against whose breast each little child. a married man speaks pieces of bis, frain from slandering our neighbor yet on alien knees. Who never rested cities, we reserve the right to crow Feels her hla own and ere he slumbers wife's mind. smiles. all we darn please about Hickman Don't try to Judge a woman's sense Lord De Tabley, of humor by her laughs at her husband's Jokes. Walt-a- Elect New Officers. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., last Monday, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year : A. A. Faris, Pres. T. A. Ledford, Tom Dillon, Sr., Secy. J. A. Thompson, Treas. A. O. Caruthers, Manager. J. T. Dillon, Bookkeeper. General reports shewed the com pany to be in a prosperous condition, and alaige increase in business over preceding years. Miss Pearl Walker, of Fulton, ree Valceived a life-siz- e and entine, Sunday, known as Eutis Moore,. of Hickman county. Rev. Stanley performed the (ceremony. Both are popular young people. life-lik- The Tcnerable Joan of Are wlH. In April or May, have solemn beatification In St. Peter's, Itqmo, In the presence of almost the entire hierarchy of France and many French Catholics. FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT;, r iiU ar9rmA tfr. (1. and old Irish ia-r- -, ixt t Ir i. f . j wti oincr iniugs, an Meawhile he being President cH ui'ei r .11 Lt.k l .I he is healh7, Lafy.r.tj and 11 ri rnttlj .-- tV-- He's an active candidate who runs J. R. Brown wrenched his back ahead of hla ticket. last week while lifting a piece of machinery, but is able to be out at yourself and the world will Join In the laugh. again. y, I ue Kraia ew v.v Iciia mixing in it. If h- he mixes anyh .w Le In a submarine cr &I lifts the farmers ' ..i ni -. w....--rnir. cuuui r..n.t vim laimu j-- si t'.i ' - ing Post. H Orkin of NetUbltJ. eicry u is sa.-- , growing in Gcr na it war-war- . James Franklin Doll, chlof of staff of the United 6tote army, wno in nis annual report obsignates me army as inadequate ana an antiquated organisation. Is a veteran officer who began his career flghtlnr Indians on the plains and raw active and hazardous service in the Philippines during the war. Oen. Hell was born In 8h)byvlll, Ky In 11(1, aad graduated irom me uniiea mates Military Acaaemy in ibtb. 1(o served on plains with the fsmous Seventh cavalry from his graduation until 1191, tho participating In many of the early pgrqpalgns against the Indians. During bis service In tho Philippines bo was awarded a ropdal for gallantry, lie became, MaJ.-UenSpanish-American . ciaiea in .trvoi i UI before Christ. ot t. - I ., I Arabia. , . rr. cucumucr ji-j'- ,ine thnrlHes io have : East Indies. -- -- t f Bill t Ida! in ' J w . ri I 1I1C "'" The Drug Emporium Of Fulton County -- We have more respect for women who want to vote than wo liavo for men who try to break Into society. Siberia claims th- native nlant. whi.' . Till ilrslin has been adopted by If. K, Cow Mill. (ir of lllrkninii populnr known in aaruiu i driiKKliti, m n trade mnrlc for "Hex" came from Kgypt l'hoplinte--n new. delicious fountnlu drink roiiipoiindMl by lilm, and now Inn pbu-rnil Mile nt all fountain). The rrntrnl figure Is it picture orOongllU on, lUnry Jr riding bis burro. The ootalo if T.. lP" .i II IdUHIl i. i -- u . - i ' re of " . a I -- ' vc , u ,M 1U Dedicated as Shrine. The birth-plac- e o Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, at Falrview, In Todd county, Kentucky, will be dedicated as a shrine for the South on June 3 next, the JOJst an niversary of his birth. It is understood that phns for an observance of the occasion similar to that at the Lincoln birthplace which are being prepared. The Jefferson Davis Memorial Association has sufficient funds to erect a handsome memorial building, A New York poet says that the best pumpkin pie is made of squash. Not on your life I The best pumpkin pie Is made of prunes with lemon on (op. Ever try one? I. All American .... ... ri c v w' J. (ef -, fortyiix itan, a th BEST equipped drug store tn- - been aaaea homa. The stars t 'he Kiph hi e i m - u. ror iL. 01 Fulton, Hickman, Obion or Lake Counties I Our service Is unexcelled. We ivantyour trade; when you become our customer, ive See To It that you are a pleased customer. llt TRY US The Hickman Drag Co. IncorporjUJ will loose the Polk Canning Co,, one 1909. II seems like July 4 th always Philadelphia, after a desip of their main enterprises. com-pan- y comes on the wrong day of the week was approved by ViatM; TJie claims that they have been to suit all Hickmanites, when they r Mnrrl. and GeTf'"" ' IB operating at a loss on account of not talk of celebrating. Guess we'll uncle. These rod ..Ml iin,rii.i having sufficient crops to keep them wait until It comes on Tuesday, Feb. u.. ii. Fifty more residences needed. Gasoline at the Courier Office. m nr,1r from the r "tliat! ' J. P, Thomas was here from Timely topic See if the moths 'rJI'." six rows, of whl h Cayce yesterday on business. are in your summer overcoat by this r..rK anri sixth t t C'l" Just eleven years ago from last time. Oh, that's all right ; keep the .l II.- - ..rr- - I'd L Monday the battleship Maine was change fl iar. each, J. l blown up in Havana harbor. Union City folks have already nation ever had was Unless Columbus citizens pledge perfected their organization for a taught to believe, f. BeU; J 400 acres as a potato patch, they big Fourth of July celebration for her home, No. W " --I ..n Th-fir- st busy. 30th. a design. WALKING HOAM WITH A GUJRL Byrsn William.. q I)o you intend to do any painting this year? in and let us talk to you Be Lrc buying come hiding l,,c mcrit9 of n vMN.rn WSTIC Peaslee'Gaulbert Co's, Skeptical on Tax Reform. While advocating what he terms true tax reform, when the burdens c taxation will be distributed equally among all classes In Kentucky. Editor Barrall, of the Shephjrdsvllle News, does not expect much relief from the labors of the State Tax Commission recently appointed. He kind of tax law we need in Kentucky is one that will reach all to assess their property at something: like its real value. As a rule the poorer people assess hat little they have at somethlnr. like its real value, while the richer ones dodge and hide all they can The commission appointed to draft new tax law is made up of rich men and stockholders In corporations and the people will get nothing bene ficial from Its labors. When every dollar's worth of property in the State is assessed and the owners are compelled to pay, the tax rate will be much lower than at present, everyone will be helping to bear the burdens imposed by law, and Kentucky will have an ideal tax law. says: The IXED "THE KIND THAT LASTS" Our Mr. Swnyne has been selling this brand tested by time and wc know sintc 1884. Tis will do nnd will guarantee that its cov-- r wh.it it una enpneity. gloss and durability is excelled 4J U none-PR- ICE $1.50 PER GALLON. Hickman Drug Co., UA JllLjJJiliLli Route 5. River still rising. Mrs. Charlie Pearson is sick with the Lagrippe. Razzy Glove, of Charleston, Mo., Is visiting his brother, William. Arch Adams purchased a fine mare from Marlon Frazier, Satur t Ertr f'av JL, k 'H go to Menphls, ag? of Come to Hick Saturday, Feb. 27th. Miss Mary Waters entertains to night In honor of Miss Annie Hill Eaton. Everybody will be eligible to play in the big game at Hickman on the 27th. S. N. Osborne and wife, of Tip- tonvllle, visited 0. D. Cole and wife, this week. Eneraved cards and embossed tatioaery and cards of every description at this office. A, R. Yaughn, of near McCon- nell, and MIh Rosa Frailer, of Ful ton, were rturrled Sunday. Tag Day farm machinery. irscn The l. I.- - Co r.tr can find a buyer for See e. tag r.r rex, ui. F:e l.itU.r.-rct-cFCR-AIE White Roie gasoline its pure. '. ti.i C'te J 'iood timothy hay, Tbomai, Route 4, -- x , . ntain is ntrv the only fi L'gar !.avr wat called i i to t Cay- - .. At present, there are 18 prisoners in the county jail. If business keeps picking up, it will soon be full. "Tig .. .1 I" Ej' will iiy a -- be a new one to tt "Square Deal" Is the best woven wire fence on the market. We have plenty of It. Farmers Hdw. Co. Inc. Mrs. H. F. Remley will entertain In honor of her brother, Fleming LIndsey, of South Carolina. Mjk Eme't, local wheat buyer. ouinti. pijrcg inii.ac- - tonight tlUI bl I have a fine red Durham bull preach at the which I will stand at SI. 00, cash ) with service. M. A. McDaniel. 4p sorr; evetxg at 7 p. m. All Eugene Naylor, of Cayce. well koownliere, is reported to be at the A 17 year c:j Italian tramp was . iwcn engine mine point of death, and no hope (or his recovery is entertained. -. n Itr I w,H a va i j .Ml Iirr1l -D- A reorganization of the Young People's Society of Christian EnzzlUxt Wilcox, of Chatta- deavor will be had at the Christian -i in HICK- Church next Sunday afternoon at 3 ....- J.O m I n .1 I" a., ri . t uu ui uriii VMM m T Jf Mr . o'clock. , ,uiiu a KftiCli nnJ. Bradley Sc. Parham are selling all Tte annual Kentucky winter goods at a gigantic reduction don't want to over f ... ... j w. Newman they they need the carry anyBetter . and l.e iff room. u goou one, too. get busy. Iwro Farij entertained a Mrs. Birdie lackey, of Fulton, young louts Tuesday died Sunday, a(tcr a short Illness of rang t:m.inhonorof Ml,, pneumonia. She was about 26 years . jn, oi amvllle. The of age, and is survived by her husn enjoyed by those band, Arthur Lackey, Mr -1 uj ml Kits SUU Ulf in Union City. Mrs. Mai Baker and son, Walter, MIBit Oalt' yaw would of eouraa Ilka S know what near Crescent, are visiting in Mid aftar yawr mouth wa awl rtxad for KIM? die Tennessee. craakyl I didn't know Juat what i aay turn thlnca af Ufa ara 1 SACRED 1 OurU ara thaa Phunnlaat thlnca anywayl It wood ba Flkal 1 klaa hir and thin tall! Blllie Vaught went to Union City ao 1 jaat aad; "Yaw ara crual. Mlaa Whlta; blab It around for thaa Xara of Couiaa aaay a waiK naain wun ytw, May, and brought back a wife. We wel thins tha Kldi wood mi a Fun af Cartalnly. air," wua thaa Worda that flxt ma I come her in our midst. ha aad ao I will knot tvn tall It 1 youl Misses Vera Johnson and Grace Darnell spent Sunday night with Murtle Cloar and wife. The stork flew over and left a baby boy at Mr. and Mrs. Will Hamblin, also a baby girl at Mr. Steve Crossly. Mrs. Dick Mosier is suffering with pneumonia and is under the care of of Dr. Glover We think she will be better soon. frar. Oaa. did yaw ,lt'waa a kind of a Nllal Miss Georgie Council has returned "wUn rWT Parralaalon. I lad with alarm home after spending the week near thar aja aa WhlU aa a pond-UI- r wraath. taklnf a IWd of ml fair lady arm' I hava knot aeana any Blua In Ihta gklaa"! fait ao PIIUNNY with har bl ml . ... . fllial Iflft I ftfM ll Vln. I u UPB " - w m(i oiap mo aomaumaa ald-a- Crystal. r .A wnan wi trmai Fate Pearson, of Middle Tennes thara wua a Calm wa wva plajrln: Hka'wa Btrolad alone rarr flaw throuxh thta see, Is visiting Charlie Pearson, near tbla: 2rhaa park up pajrlnf a ForOt br Slln a klait wa cot bl her houaa It wua Dark Crescent. caa! but ml hart almoat cutnpd frum Ita than I aad, "What wua Uaa raaon. Ulaa Kraena Whit, Bob Irvin and son, of Troy, spent whan SHE waa aiu.ht and aha eallad owtaw dlaaprorad of the Forflta tonltaT" Carnegie Library Fund. ml Nairn! . ,aha turned away In Confualon and Doubt: Sunday night with the family of H. thara wua a Curtain thay -- raw and aha "that. Blr," iha aad, 'la for yaw J nnd As Gen. H. A. Tyler has agreed W. Howard. di out!' "yaw mint knot Kla ma," a toailar har to give $1,000 to buy books for the Miss Vangie Glover, of near Clay had. I am rolnr 2 fool yaw thla tlma Now 'thla la lhaa Billl.it Oalm of tbaa Day, itapplnc nta Hara at thaa End of thaa ton, li visiting Miss Una Marshall, new Carnegie Library, provided a Kjant ma thaa Boon that I aak yaw, I ; Him a. like amount would be raised by the 11 rhtr- - win a at r.ttr't U.t Ita afur tht Thlm I w.lk.d Hoam wlttv "" .h"!! ha la that Purtlrat .rt In thla Taw- nmi but har Hair It la SUck-a- nd aaal Brewn tha lUPaat RaD pa an S har Prr Uu.hlnr that purtUtt klad of a radl tbt Daroleat Air and tht skr Slit full f thara Claud, that by, .thara waa'a Moon varr round and aulta It wm " hi T",h arlta-- aht day. . .... 11 Had Narrow Escape. The Peters Lee, a passenger steamer of the Lee Line, struck a rock near Jeffersonvllle last week, and It looked for awhile as though she would be lost, while alongside the mill race opposite Louisville. In speaking of the accident, the Times says : "For a few minutes, on account of steam, which rolled from the steamer's engine room, it looked as if the steamer was on fire, This fear was of momentary duration, as the steam came from the craft's hoisting machinery. The accident was due to the steamer swinging around JO yards above the Pennsylvania bridge. She was hard aground, with a swift current all around her. Edward McDonough, a member of the life saving station crew, was in the tower when he observed the Peters Lee sudden stop and an in stant later he saw a small "cloud of smoke float from the deck. Cant. Devan Immediately dispatched two, crews to the scene, and the men reached the distressed boat thirty minutes afterwards. Upon their arrival water was running over the deck of the Peters Lee. Her wheel was still turning. In the meantime the harbor boat Shawnee headed toward the Peters Lee, but after reaching midstream found the current too swift and for her own safety was forced to de scend the falls." The boat was built at Howard's Ship Yards at Jeffersonville in 1899. It is 220 feet in length, fourty-tw- o feet wide and has a hold of six feet. The Lee is one of the largest stern- wheel passenger steamers running to Hickman. "a, avtr tit that cloaa and whan I will knot tall yaw thaa klndntaa of Fata I wua laying "Goad Nliht' at tha iMsVsMMHH Face to Face Will Not Begirt Sunday. that a revival It was understood ... j your Real Estate Quicker and for better Prices t,hpn you can yourself. Strictly commission agcntsr-"Nothin- g in, Nothing Out" is our way of doing busi ness. with facts wll convince you that the Hickman Courier Realty Co., an sell was to begin at the Methodist church - ".- in -' r- rnnlf.tntn i ursits, and two v.a fnce 3 'if:vu i"t (e, fill If Tom n'" 'g riedJ Wood's t'Two Merry Tramps" was a rousing musical char-e- 1 w. aadly weapon on hi, comedy given at the Lyric last night. The audience was one of the largest ever assembled In the new theatre, J' ,hone." will be and the performance was entirely satisfactory. The company Is com posed of eighteen clever artists. & i enuars. J, M. Reld'. : ci weni across street ... X' . uy this office. Mrs Chris- Bund e Miss Ora Boas, of Fulton, Miss Josephine Hatnlett, of Water Yalley, and Mrs. E. D. Vaughn, of Ralston, Tenn., are the guests of W. J. Cook and family this week, Ward Crap-Shooter, Are You On? in Toils. next Sunday, but on account of the great interest manifested in the meeting at Fulton, Rev. Klein feels like U would not be right to leave there as yet. Never in the history of Ful ton have they had such a meeting. Over 400 conversions are reported to this date, and a few nights the meeting has lasted until daylight. Rev. Klein wires Rev. Waters to be patient ; that he will come just as soon as possible, and in the meantime to prepare for a great meeting. of He also urges the ALL the churches of the city. Bound Over to Circuit Court. A Beautiful Sentiment. City and County officials made a Jas. Eaton, who two weeks ago The following beautiful sentiments sneak on a negro craps game, be shot Waller Li Id, at Fulton, caus. from the pen of Senator Bob Taylor i hind SI Wiley's restaurant in ing Ladd's death, was given a pre"I would rather fill my purse Saturday, and landed seven liminary hearing before Judge with money and keep my happy girls dusky citizens. They were arraigned Naylor, Friday, and bond fixed at while they yet linger under my roof Hick-mnn, citizens of the town, it now looks like the $1,000 promised by Gen. Tyler will be forthcoming in a short time, The subscription list, circulated by Prof. B. F. Gabby, has to date been signed by the following, who give amount opposite their names : $100.00 J. F. Dodds S. L. Dodds 100.00 H. Buchanan 100.00 Mrs. S- - M. Hubbard 100.00 Literary Circle 42.10 Dr. J. M. Hubbard 25.00 25.00 J. J. C. Bondurant D. B. Wilson 25.00 Smith & Amberg 25.00 College teachers and pupils 25.00 Miss Johnston's class 11.75 B. G. Hale 10.00 Bettersworth & Prather 10.00 W. A. Dodds 10.00 Ledford & Randle 10.00 W. H. Baltzer 10.00 Cowglll'sDrug Store 10.00 10.00 J. T. Stephens Judge W. A. Naylor 10.00 Hickman Ice & Coal Co 10.00 10.00 J. A. Thompson Percy Jones 10.00 Misses Bettie and Allie DoddslO.OO W A. Hinshaw 10.00 Tom Dillon, Sr 10.00 10.00. W. C. Reed L. D. Smith 10.00 10.00 J. R, Bryant S. T. Koper 10.00 10.00 Helm & Ellison 5.00 R. B. Johnson Tom Dillon, Jr 5.00 Speer & Sexton 5.00 Cue Threlkeld 5.00 W. A. Johnston 5.00 $793.85 Total Holiness Church.. Sunday School every Sunday evening at 2 o'clock, and preaching by Rev. J. W. Waters, every Thursday night at 7 o'clock. C. H. Beshears, of the Columbus Milling Co., was here yesterday on. his boat, the "Sanspariel," which, has just been lifted from a bar where it has been since the storm two weeks, ago. 1LU B. Fnni. r.i UK S, IIUHIdHI P. f 25',' more ftw.lhan Lead C38l Hand-mixcd Paint covers pr other Prepared By n Carpenters will begin work in Bradley & Parham's store today putting in a lot of additional shelv Ing, etc. This progressive firm is its present tjuar about to ters, and are compelled to economize on space, Well, that's not a had sign? out-gro- special PJW arrangement "f nmnufactur- e J.i?uKS8 are able to of-Paint for JELM & ELLISON The State Farmers' Institute will be held at Elliabethtown, Ky., on and will be a very Feb. Important meeting. M. C. Rankin, State Commissioner, states that ez cursicn rates will be published by all the railroads. (Look and see If you Ribbon Cane Molasses' at Betters can see the N. C. & St. L. rate In I worth & Prattler's. the Courier.) 6, before Judge Naylor, Monday, and plead guilty to "rolling the bones" and hid fines of S20 and costs assessed to each,. Eight quarts of gin was also found in their pdssesslon, which led Will Ferry to plead guilty to bootlegging In two cases. He was fined $12Q and costs. Three of them Will Foy, Lawrence Brown and Henry Crabb paid their fines. The remainder were given work sentences on the roads. Will Foy was evidently the winner, as he produced a $100 bill in court with which to pay bis fine, and the court was more or less in making change. Sl,800: Being unable to fill the bond; he was placed in the county jail, wheie he will await the May term of Circuit Court, "Red" Eaton, a brorther of James, charged with "aiding and abetting the crime" was released after the preliminary hearing. As heretofore stated, the difficulty arose about the payment of a road tax. Ladd, the deputy road overseer, claims that Eaton failed to pay the tax which is assessed to those who do not work the road. They had some words when Ladd asked for the money, which culminated in Ladd's death at Fulton. Monday is Washington's day a holiday. birth than to clutch it with a miser's hand until all the harpstring's of youth are broken and its music forever fled. I would rather spend my last nlckle for a bag of striped marbles to gladden the hearts of my bare foot boys than to deny them their childish pleasures, and leave them bags of gold to quarrel over when I die. I abhor the pittiless hawk that circles in the air only to swoop down and strangle the song ot the linnet, or bury its talons in the dove ; despite the soulless man whose greed for gold impels hire to strangle the laughter and song of his own family." John Sanders was here Woodland Mills, yesterday. At the Methodist Church, next Sunday morning, the pastor will deliver a special sermon. His subject will be "The Sacrifice of Patriot-ism- .'' A cordial invitation is exfrom tended to all friends to hear this sermon and enjoy the good music. Ha MONEY-SAYIN- G OPPORTUNITY ! Farming Implements at Cost... 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. We have a large line of implements on hand of the highest grade. ! Farmers A Card. (Continued from Fifth Page) Hardware (Incorporated) JO Company K.entuck.y never teen or heard of them in her thou condemest ilj.t.!, f:r years membership. that Judgest, doelh'fce tarMLrj the spirit of t .tjd' Tkj tii Now, I grant you, this church has this chapter, why then does it not una. u. v ill i.i., m il i wit. i. , power to make rules if It wishes to ( fit also the good sister who pays as Yat do so for its government is wholly brother, "Out of my i t.r much for her "Sunday bonnet" as within itself, and such a thing Is are not good eno-g- h b uxaa her husband gives to the expenses of purely a matter of government. But with me ( ' ood b; r: j u thi 3 the church, and who gives as his i .it. is it wise? There Is no question in tjmriT ni i nriti reason for not giving more that he misconceive the sptr.! cl tte tf.ra but that this church could tonight, cannot afford it? Why does it not LA If a motion were made and seconded, of Jesus Christ. 'lats uets fit the good brother who second and then carried by one vote only, heartily, a motion to condemn theatre turn out any member, and it would my friends, is not a t1 . ! r--ti us going, but who was seen last week make no difference whether there down for us to toe tte nmuuv Why at the only theatre in town? were any charges against him at alt. were rtiimrrn of inrv - ir. fe does it not fit also, the good deacon And no power on earth could rein lt is a religion of pr r.ei r ftsL whom the pastor says is his only state him except 'the action of the L.ort i children n a lie tji eiii. standby, who was also seen at this church Itself. But I ask again, my rv same theatre at the same time, oc friends, is it wise? If you make guidance. cupying a prominent seat while his Aniline norama' j . ' ittrt e: rules of decorum, and propose to daughter was on the stage taking u tot, turn out one who plays cards, be that religion, rav part in the play? It will not do to cause it is worldliness, bow will you say that it was a church entertain .... i - III .I W it excuse the one who sanctions card UJU WiUC ill la. II tUUrt, mcnt, my friends, for the character of NOT ONCE HAS ANT PASTOR OF THIS CHURCH, OR ANY MEMBER OF THIS playing by attending entertainments tend from one hor::n tofcet the play was anything but sacred where cards arc being played? You 0, Or, why will it not fit the good CHURCH, EVER SAID ONE WORD TO hews. HER OR TO ME ON THE SUBJECT OF condem the theater, what will you do the heavens abeve brother who takes too many drink upon the other nd Am with the good brother who is seen and will not quit, or all the good OUR PLAYING CARDS UNTIL THIS MATTER CAME UP. NOT ONCE, mark there just after seconding a motion brothers and sisters who read every THERE IS NO PLACE IN AMERICA WHERE ALL to condem it? Or the deacon who globe and taking iz'i iU U Sunday the Sunday papers and al you, in 30 years time until now. WOOL CLOTHES CAN DE HAD goes to play? Or all the other evi everv human heme .z f U53IS? Now to review this matter. As 0 " low their children to read with dences of worldiness which the 8th - AT A LOWER PRICE THAN HERE. avidity the comic supplements of you all know, on a recent Sunday, Chap, of Roman, in your opinion these same Sunday papers? Are all your pastor took the occasion to it.: AND THERE IS NO PLACE IN AMERICA WHERE of that religion, condemns. make a talk against the members of these things spiritual minded? To repeat our reasons for asking THE QUALITY IS HIGHER OR THE WORKMANSHIP And is it, or is it not, spiritual his church. He denounced the mem for our letters. Because, the at minded in the pastor to stand before bers generally as hypocrites and SO FINE. Aererj broth-r- s titude of the church is clearly that to help his his looking glass every Sunday sinners, having no good to say of his i e c.i firth m I, as a deacon, have not done my recorded act of ASK FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ALL WOOL LINE. morning arranging his collar and any of his members, with the ex !:3 set poor s ception of one deacon and his wife. duty, and that I and my family of help to some necktie, taking as much care, evi ed help. have all commited a great sin, and dently, as the most fastidious young I was present at this meeting and This, my friends. that we must come back and confess girl to see that it sets just right, or my only feeling during his talk was Christ. Are you s w g i" 1 could not this sin, and promise to do so no is there just a little worldliness in one of sympathy for him i"r more, and as we deny the right of conclusion, I say t his desire to look well before his conceive how any man could be so ttefc' chapter of Mat'.-- .!. pessimistic as to see no good in a any man or set of men to undertake congregation? Mind you, I do not IAilU wf condemn him for this, but rather church having so many good people cific. They were, that I had called Baptist church is the only church to control our conduct, and believe live VCIIC, t ..4IVf UUACII UV W.A.I. It to be a cardinal prlncple of the 1 ' is among its members. commend him, but if this chapter a business meeting of the church on because I do not. But I am a Bap --' laice SUCH action tu This, I say, was my feeling until a bund ay morning, which was true. titt because I believe in the essential Baptist churph that a Baptist Is re to be taken as condemning all forms think best." of worldliness, then why stop with he made the statement that the That I had not attended the last principles of the Baptist church, and sponsible to no one for his copduct -' but God and the law of the land, and. our card playing? And when you church had no deacons, qualifying business meeting of the church, because a Baptist is responsible to it by excepting one. As I was a which was also true. And that I no one except God and the law of the as Hickman Baptist Church by its get through whom will you have left Deafnes Cannot be Cured actions proposes to undertake to in the church? Oh, Consistency, deacon, this exception made his had not attended church and prayer land for his conduct. charge personal to me, and I that meeting regularly every meeting, all thou art a jewel. You have all, as members of the regulate the conduct of its members, tbviIUwaKxl portion U ' hope, my mends, that no one night asked the church to postpone of which I admitted, and I then ask- church, seen many members accept- then we are not in harmony with the only on' way to cure ' l r. here will misconstrue my motives in its intended meeting from Tuesday ed the church to take action on the ed into the church. What questions church, and think it best to with by oonitltutloiml rnutrl liy an Infjinr draw. until Wednesday, that I might be charges. The action taken was to did you hear them asked? uncoil uninir mi stating these things. I hope that no Wkrn till, tulw U I one will think for a moment that my present. refer it to the deacons and pastor, We have not been able to under- - rum til Itnil xiund or lir Do you believe in Jesus Christ? wtiim I. entirely result, anit Uftlv.t tU Now listen, for "0, Consistency, which I considered folly. From the i object is to humiliate any one in the Have you repented of your sins, stand why we have been singled out takan out ami tlin ' church, or that I desire to justify thou ait, INDEED, a Jewel." On the talk made by one good brother that and do you feel that you are for to make an example of, when so normal condition, hen ' on lore vr; nine I noi my own actions by saying that others next Monday a good sister in this night, who said "that he cculd not given? many other members of this church Uatarrli. which Umu t i condition of tho ' Wo do the same or worse. I assure church denounced my wife for her see why Bro. Ellison should take of. : .1 ihese and nothing more, and on play cards, and sanction its playing nue orwill ulvv Olio llu liino hr II" you that my only desire is to show card playing, in strong language. fense at what the pastor had said, an affirmative answer you give them by their actions. rnunot lie curwl 'r"u. Heiid for circular, tit- you the utter folly of undertaking and yet, on the Wednesday preced- and why he could not submit TO the hand of Christian fellowship, Read again, Rom. 2 Chap, ) 2 & r.J.OHEKY Ato I Hold liyiill DruKUl't' to regulate the conduct of the mem ing, only four days before, she had MAJORITY RULE and acknowledge his thus admitting their salvation 3d verses. Taka Mailt Kamlly bers of the church. And if I have accepted an invitation to an enter faults, as he and the other deacons These, then, in Baptist doctrine, are Take these verses now and ask TXt, t.ViAi.0 are seemed to be too personal, I beg tainment at the home of a Baptist, had done," and from the fact that the only essentials to salvatipn, and yourselves seriously the question, nlher troubles, it you take it not as an offense but and on the invitation which she re not one word was said in my behalf to be accepted as a member of this s it right in the sight of God to turn that it is only done in order to show ceived, was plainly written "cards," by any member present, we could church, all that is required Is Bap a brother out of church for any cause footwear pinches tin to worry about anytn.:2 more forcibly the point I am trying showing that euchre was to be play- not but take the attitude of the tism by immersion. Who ever heard whatever. ed, and yet knowing this she attend church to mean anything else but of a candidate for admission Into the to prove. When YOU condemn a brother for tfnv. nr .ummer f - tt How much influence, think you ed and remained all the afternoon, that they thought we had committed church being asked it he would obey having sinned, either by word of .11., -- liarier! nOW. Sf3 C " will these brothers and sisters of playing other card games, while a great sin and must confess it to the the rules of the church? No one, rnouth, or by your vote to turn, him Shoe As the committee sent us for the question Is never asked out, you have passed judgment on the Tailor, over Rio whoaa I have spoken, have in any euchre was being played all around church. by the church was charged with that Who ever heard of any rules of the him, and have then violated one of efforts they make to induce others her. At the Wednesday night meeting duty, of informing us of the fact, it Hickman Baptist Church? to come to Christ, out of the church There esus Christ's plainest of command . ii.. i .unn tn h i J Dmemf when these outsiders know that they the attitude of the church through would seem that we are right as to seems to bo a tradition that there ments, spoken by his own lips, when ry" nnf. in"r iiii . are rules of decorum in this church, he said "Judge not" and by that -are doing the very things which out was that we had committed a the attitude of the church. with the new position Now, I am a Baptist, not because but who ever heard of them or saw act, you have done Just what you they condemn as sins against 'God? great sin, and must confess it to the Company Monday rr. rr m For myself, I do net believe these church and promise to do so no I am a strong believer In Immersion, them, and where are they? I have accuse your brother of having done, i I. I wr more. I demanded of the pastor to not because I believe in close com- never seen them, and have never and in the language of the apostle, A large line of . rt-- - i nr. thlegi are sinful. Durteg the 30 years rabrship make his charges against me see- - munion, not because I believe the heard of them. Mrs. Ellison has for wherein thou judgest another, cost. Farmers HJ of Mrs. Ellison in this church, but once before has this question come up, and at that meeting, snap judgment was taken in the case of a prominent member of the church, and she and her husband forced to withdraw from the church. Apparently, no effort was made to advise those members who would have resisted such action, that such action was intended, and the action was taken by the pastor and a few mem-beonly. As a result, on of the best Chris-tia- n women in the community, one of the best members the church had, and the best Sunday School teacher the church has ever had, was practically turned out of the church. And during the thirty years of Mrs. Ellison's membership in this church, rs --fr.-r.- -i. .--il r MADE-TO-MEASU- -J MILLET & NAYLOR -- ... Ill'- . 1 t-- 3r "k" i ' rtle rt from value in clothes, Odd Advertisement. London periodical recently of fered a price for the best collection On the Streets of unintentionally amusing advertisel"M"M"l' l"l"ii)iitiii.fii.i.ii)....,i,,ii..,ii.,,ft.(i ments. Here Is a part of one list, Order the Courier today. "Annual sale now going on. Dishes. Farmers Hdw. Co. Don't go elsewhere to be cheated come In here." Gasoline at the Courier Office. "A lady wants to sell her piano, Motion pictures every night at the as she is going abroad, in a strong Lyric. Iron frame." REX King of all cool drinks Wanted, experienced nurse for CoWgiirs. bottled baby." T. N. Smith, of Fulton, was here Wanted, a room for two gentle Friday on business. men about thirty feet long and Miss Maude Moore is visiting twenty feet broad." friends in Union City. "Furnished apartments suitable Miss Swan Naylor, of Cayce, visitfor gentlemen with folding doors." ed here a few days last week. 'Lost, a collie dog by a man on List your real estate with the HickSaturday answering to Jim with a brass collor around his neck and a man Courier. No sale, no charge. muzzle." Miss Kate Flynn, who has been "Wanted, by a respectable girl, very ill of pneumonia, is improving. passage to New York, willing to "Carl Schmidt and wife spent Suntake care of children and a good day in Union City with home folks. A- - Heard absolute certainty correct style, proper fit and Is strongly exem-11- 1 liable fabric, the workmanship of .ruirnvn tailors, V. .n III rt 11 FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED Jacobs' 'Made Last Might" . Price -- & Co., I L I I 111 f.iiiv -r (riinrnntce to place any , utnr the ti..lnn Hinf winr " suit "" fabric, and CJWDIES HICKMAN Incorporated mnke a new ifl IU tO IIOIU coat for any that Its rlinnft "!"" Come in and let Occ Harris convince you 'tis the VERY BEST IN TOWN THE DRUG GO. 111- - in fit ird to one-ha- lf Hop's lues. vour form for one- y below average prices for Identical Come In and leave your Tn-iln- vl y - sailor." ate pr ; & Dodds D. (Incorporated) 5. Co, "Respectable widow wants washing for Tuesday." , For sale, a piano forte the property of a musician with carved legs." "Mr. Brown, furrier, wishes to announce that he will make gowns, raps, etc., for ladles out of their own skin." "A boy wanted who can open oysters with a reference." gran gotten out by a n Canada, relative the following tJ x? jt L.-- ttcreon , 'Where the "re A where the mocking :..aL.:.- -i i: e;ticv as he trills txZi h evening lay where S:.:bern Cr..i hangs low in the ,T-::t "Widow in comfortable circumstances wishes to marry two sons." . Mr ihm mllnn Anni lie a tft i 4. "To be disposed of, a mail Miss Lucy Rice, of State Line, phaeton, the property of a gentlel was the guest of Miss Virginia man with a movable headpiece as Lpp r.froci sit beside their several days last week. good as new." t.gtng their quaint Miss Marie Brevard entertained IU 11.'. 11C14IIK!C VI inc Mrs. R. B. Brevard and Miss 1 is L..&L.fti.AiiLV is inc one at Bridge on Tuesday evening in f iL . Marie Brevard will entertain the honor of Mr. Lindsay, of Columbia, ifie the weary wayfarer it S. C. who Is in Hickman visiting his Embroidery Club tomorrow after noon. vi.i vuiiiicikucu iianui sister, Mm- - H. F. Remley. 1 Mc-Danl1 to groaning boards where the mint patch flourishes and the liquor glows ruby red where chivalry still retains its beauteous sway where the days are dreams of delight, and the soft and odorous nights make romance live again where the lovebirds coo and caress in the fragrant branches of the erablossomed trees where all nature Is brightest, sweetest and loveliest that's the Sunny South." "Bulldog for sale i will eat anything very fond of children." "Wanted, an organist, and a boy to blow the same." "Wanted, a boy to be partly outside and partly behind the counter." "Lost, near Highgate archway,, an umbrella belonging to a gentleman with a rib bent and a bone handle." Mrs. Will Bailey, of Louisville, is the guest of J. H. Millett and wife. FOR RENT Office, front room over new barber shop. Apply to C. F. Ballzer. Made in Hickman su nice pair of pants, by Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store. List your real estate'property with the Courier. If we don't sell it, it doesn t cost you a cent. Jack Stahr returned Friday from Montana, where he has been with relatives for the past year. -Sergeant Putman left Saturday for his home in Fineville, Ky., after a weeks visit here with friends. Misses Myrtle and Pearl King and Mary Polhamus, ol Dorena, were here Saturday shopping. Mrs. Travis and daughter, Miss Mattie, have returned from a short visit to relatives In Union City. Mrs Ola Shaw and little son, of State Line, spent Saturday and Sunday with J R. Brown and family. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. To Clean Carpets. Dissolve a bar of Ivory soap in a kettle of boiling water. Then add 10 cents' worth of borax and 15 cents' worth of alcohol. Lastly add four gallons of water and let stand over night. With a new brush scrub a place about a foot square and wipe with a clean cloth. Use nothing else. The alcohol evoporates and leavs the carpet dry. Works like magic. 10-ce- nt Ky., . w. .v.. ..a, ("w. . lull u. umm I II IU I Illl. 1 1IJI I call on or address The Hickman Courier - Farms For Sale flva-roo- Obituary. On Nov. 21, 1WH, the dentil angel claimed for lilt own, J. 11. Hawkins, aged 47 year and 9 monthi. He wan sick alout nine days and bore li la affliction with fnltb and He waa a member of the Jlaptlst Church, had Iicen a member only atwut four week. but In that abort time waa a dutiful christian. He claimed that be had the old time religion tho kind he bad, to long, been praying for. He attended religious services regularly, nnd will be very much missed by all who knew him. The remain, of J. II. Hawkins were taken to the church of his choice, where about a hundred nnd fifty Woodmen, his relative! nnd friends paid their last earthly respects to the memory of tho man, whom they had known and loved, Iter. Boles conducted the funeral service, after which the body waa laid to rest in llrownsvllle Cemetery. May this good man tie a worthy exnmple to hi friends and cause them to live as be lived, and be worthy of a crown of everlast ing life and a homo where sorrow never No. 31 1(10 acres Mlntmlnnl rlrnr littnm land. 8 miles below Hickman. Well fenced, bouse, outhouses, etc. 40 acres In cultivation, rest timber. liaises from m to loo bushels corn : JJtm to 1310 pounds cotton. A good Investment. No. 41 67 acres land, one ml In smith nf Clayton. Good house, ham. Iimi good well and cli- and other lern, nne young orcnaru. i mile from school bouse. Owner is anxious to sell nnd 116 nn acre will set It. Additional Information nn application. farm, well lmnrored-- A. No. 4 room dwelling, S tenant houses, large tobacco barns. S larse stock barns. KAlrlunka scales, outbuildings.! wells, 1 spring, fenced and Half mile to two churches half mile to school house, on rural routs and telephone line and short distance from two good markets, soo acres In cultivation. An Ideal farm. Adjoining land last, year soia mr too per acre; mis can ue nougui for IIO less on the acre. A number nflmnrorn. ments In way of orchard, etc. If you want a bargain, ask for No, 43. No. 4 A small farm. 32 acres, all in cul tivation, not over two miles from Hickman. liaises cotton or anything else that can lie raised in Fulton county. Is now renting for I12S a year. All fenced. SI3S will cinch the deal balance on easy terms. No. 51 miacres of fine land in the rlvr bottom (behind the Government levee) for sale at an extremely low prices. 110 acres In cultivation. Can be purchased as n whole or divided. This Is n good cross-fence- come. Twelve years of happy wedded life we bad Mrs. Hattie Roper and children, pent together, and with light heart look of State Line, spent Saturday and ed forward to a still brighter future, plan had been inado for the new year, but almost Sunday with J. R. Brown and fami- - before It dawned our happy home was darkened, by the curtains that someday Mrs. McMurry, of near Jordan, A precious one from me has gone A voice I loved Is stilled, spent several days last week with A place Is vacant In my home. her daughter, Mrs. W.F. Mont Which never can be niled. gomery. Ills hands are clasped upon hla breast. I have kissed his lovely brow. Wednesday evening, Mrs Allison And in my aching heart, I know, I have no Henry now. Tyler entertained a few friends at Oh, God t how mysterious, and two tables. five hundred. There were How strange are Thy ways. Refreshments were served. To take from me, my loved one, In the best of his days. Brown and Marine Misses I miss you from your home, dear Henry. Frankye Reid left Monday for I miss you from your place, A shadow over my life Is cast, Chaffee, Mo., where they will attend I miss the sunshine of thy face. Miss Anna Reeves' wedding. Mist I miss thy kind and willing hand Tby fond nnd earnest care, Brown will act as bridesmaid for My home la dark without you, her cousin. 0, 1 miss you everywhere. His Wife. A candy pulling was given Satur day evening by Miss Hazel Metheny. It is to be regretted that the com This was to assist in the amount to be ing revival Is not a union effort. givien by the Primary departments Selfishness is too evident in some of church. Much of the Methodist the churches of this city for the good fun was had pulling the candy of the cause represented. In fact, Thursday night, after the play, the purpose is thus lost in process. six couples of the young people en- It would achieve far grerter results joyed an elegant supper at Jones to charge the common enemy in re Cafe. They had all kinds of good giments rather than companies. things to eat, and Mr. Jones more W". S. Jackson, a well known than did himself credit. After the supper, they enjoyed a dance in the citlsenof Union City, died at his residence Sunday morning, Feb, 7, cafe parlor. 1900, after an illness, resulting Saturday afternoon, Mrs. T. T. two or three Swayne entertained a large number from ulceration, of not Valentine reception. months duration. Death was of friends at a unexpected. iltogether The rooms were artistically decorated with red hearts, suggestive of St. Valentine. Progressive raffles was played, Divinity fudge was served during the games, Refreshments of salad, coffee, and salted pecans The score cards were were served. unique hearts, and the favored pre sented each guest were hearts, filled with fancy dress pins. In the even ing, Mrs. Swayne entertained anoth-r- e large number of friends at five hundred. The first prize, a dainty pen sketch in gilt frame, was won by Mrs. A. R. Stone, the guest prize, alio pen sketch picture, was given to to Miss Mary Anderson, and the consolation, a heart shaped pin cushion, to Mrs. H. N. Cowgili. Mrs. Will Bailey, of Louisville, Miss Mary Anderson, of Charleston, and Mrs. Giles Bond, were out-of- town guests. r- No. 4& 11.000 buvs 78 acres unner liottnm land and Improvements, miles from town. Itemember river hot torn land has proven to be one of the belt land Investments In this section. Are you Interested? Talk Quick. Hickman Courier Healty Co. No. SS Fine stock farm. In Missis sippi county. Mo. has four aeta of houaes on It, together with other Improvements. iws acres cleared, rest In timber 8M acres protected by tbe new government levee. Owner Is cutting rive crops of alfalfa on this place each year, and the cotton nnd corn now growing will give you an Idea of its fertility. Ilenta readily for $'& an acre rnce very reasooaDie. They Are will be Orawn before us all. Here Boys ! One Big CAR LOAD of John Deere Cultivators ; Middle Busters Dbl. Row Corn Drills, &c. True Blue Plows, all sizes 25 N0.2O right or left Oliver Plows SO 12 and 14 Vulcan Plows Big lot Discs and Ubar Harrows No, 4s Kingman Corn and Cotton Planters 100 44 No. 41 Nine choice lots In West Hickman facing good residence street. Lots are Wx lAufeet. Will sell one or all to one person. Tbe prlco we can make you on this property will aurprlee you. Are you paying rent? Then, see ua by all means. Information at the Courier office. No. 46 This Is a bargain lot of nice three- room cottages, all located In West Hickman At present they are bringing 17? each per annum In rent. There are four of them, on large level lots, Goxiro feet. All front on good street, have cisterns, etc. Will sell separately or collectively; cash or part cash, at a price tbat will make your swear ott paying rent. Our privilege of sale on this property Is limited, and If interested, see us TODAY. 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 this part of town. We bad rather show them than tell you about It. Cash, or small pay ment, ixmi waste time unless lnieresieu. For either a home or Investment It la worth more money than our price. No. 47 Two lots one mile below Hickman at tbe old ferry landing. MxlM feet. Good three-roonouae, siaoie, wen. Takes nig water to overflow. Do you want a bargain? This Is your chane. nearly now. No. 27 A good fnuns house and two lots lMxlxi feet. Two blocks from business part of town. All needed Improvements. A spanking good proposition lor tne man wno warns a nice lttlohome. lart cash, balance reasonable length of time. No. a limited time, we will oiler realdence, 2 halls. In good for sale nn rcnalr as well as a substantial building, und four lots each toxiiu feet, stables, amoko house, poultry bouse, and other good cistern, garden-spoetc located In good neighborhood. Hents readily for US a month. It ought to bring S3.uu. but we can sell It much less, nnd can give you time on part of It. 60-- For t, city property: Hangings in Pen. The House of Tennessee, passed on final reading the bill which provides that all executions shall be within the enclosure at the peniten tiary. This takes legal hangings away from the Sheriffs of the var ious counties, and prisoners, after they have been sentenced to death, are conveyed to the penitentiary, pending execution of the mandates of the court. - A profitable crop to grow in South East Missouri is mushrooms. There is a fine market at St. Louis at all times. They are easily cultivated and crow in a nlcht, which insures a regular and quick income to the producer. Ex, WE HAVE THE GOODS and we guarantee every inch of them; and the prices we know are NGHTI Try us. The Mt. Hermon Congregation has secured the setvlces of Eld. Brigance, of Henderson, Tenn., for the balance of this year. He will preach every third Sunday. Every body is invited to hear him next Sunday, his first. WEkmAN HARDWARE mm M mumm sbxsbbssi mmm mm hsbm bmh aMassis The West Kentucky Coal Company) which has mines near Sturgis, Ky., is preparing to build for its use 500 coal barges of the best quality. This means an outlay for the company of something like a million An Iowa editor was asked. "Di dollars. The company is now con'A good many do not sidering the most practicable site to hogs pay?" they take the paper several years select for the building of these and then have the postmaster send it barges and Faducah and Sturgis are back marked 'refuse' or 'gone rivals for tbe honor and the great benefits that accrue. West.'" 5 Ill c HONOR HUD T STATESMAN NATION'S MEN OF WORTH IN TRIBUTE TO. ABRA HAM LINCOLN. PRESIDENT MAKES ADDRESS Qualities and Deeds of the' Crest Prtu 'dent SetrFortlvby.the Chief Executive In Impressive Speech Inv- merle Concourse Gathered to Wit' nets Exercises In Connection with Laying of, Corner Stone of Memo- -. rial Hall. HodRenvllIe, Ky. Tho corner slono the splendid memorial to bo erected I tot the memory of Abraham Lincoln wa. laid by Prosldont Roosevelt Thtf exercises were participated In by many of tho nation's leading men. Cardinal Folk of Missouri JJJtibons and being among those who mado ad' dresses. .Jljrnm nil points, by train and over roads not parllcularlysinoo,th at tola serfsori of tnT'j'ear. HTpec-plgathered to the exercises. A building four times the size of the tent provided could not have accommodated the crowd. The comer stdno of tho Memorial hall was laid by--' President Roosevelt In an Irapresslvo address tho chief executive eulogized the llfo and work of the great statesman.- - lie spoke as follows: "We hare met here to celebrate the on hundredth anniversary of the birth of on of the two greatest Americans, of one of the two or, three greatest men of the nineteenth century: of one of the greatest men In the world's history This rail splitter, thla boy who passed his ungainly youth In the dire poverty of the poorest of the frontier folk, whose rise was by weary and painful labor, lived to lead Ms people through the burning flames of n struggle from which the nation emerged, purified as by lire, born anew to a loftier life. After long years of Iron effort, and of failure that came more often than victory, he at last rose to the leadership of the republic at the moment when that leadership had become, the stupendous world-tastof' the time. He grew to know greatness, but never ease. Success came to him. but never liapplners. save that which springs from doing well a painful and a vital task. Power was hU, but not pleasure. The. furrows deepened on his brow, but his eyes were undlmmed by either hat or fear. Ills gaunt shoulders were bowed, but lila steel thews never faltered as lis bore for a burden the destinies of his people. Ills great and leader heart shrank from giving pain; and the task allotted him was to pour out like water d the of the young men, and to feel In his every fiber the sorrow of the women. Disaster saddened but never dismayed him. As the red years of war went by they found him ever doing bis duty In the present, even fsclng the future with fearless front, high of heart, and dauntless of soul. Unbroken by hatred, unshaken by scorn, he worked and suffered for the people.. Triumph was his at the last: snd barely had ha tasted It before murder found him. and the kindly, patient, fearless eyes were closed for' of mankind who hare too often shown themselves devoid of so much as understanding of the words by which the we signify the qualities of duty, "Of mercy of demotion to the right, of lofty dlatlntereslednesS lit battling for tht goftd of others There have been other men as great and other men a good, but In all the history of mankind ther. are no other two great men as good as thess, no other two good men sa great Widediffer" ly though the problems of from the problems set for solution to Washington when he founded thla itattnn, to Unroln when he saved It and freed the qualities they showed the slave, In meeting these problems are exactly the same as those we should shew' In doing our work ' Lincoln's Deep Foresight with the "Uncoln saw Into the future prophetic Imagination usually vouchsafed only to the poet arid the aecr. lie had In him all tho lift toward greatness of the visionary, without any of the visionary's fanaticism or egotism, without ny of the visionary's narrow Jealousy of the practical man and Inability to strive In practical; fashion for the realisation of to-d- ten yt apostle of soelsl revolution because he wss sgalnM slavery, "the reading abothe 'slat litionist denounced him hound of Illinois." WhenTha was the second time, eandldste for proeWent. the majority of bis hppnpents him because of whst.they termedtKIs extreme rsdlcsllsm, while n mltintHygthreatened was not to bolt his nomination rsdlrsl enough lis hadTomttlnualty to check those who wtahed,. to go forward e too fast, at the very 'ttemf.lhal he the opposition nfjlhoee Who wished go forward at' aM."Tne ga"l was not to never dim before hla vision; hut. he picked his way cautiously, without either halt or hurry, as he strode tnwar4.lt, through such A morass of difficulty that no man of less roursge would have attempted It. overwhelmed while It would aurely'hav sny man of Judgment less serene Man of Great Toleration. "Yet, perhaps the most wonderful thing of all, and. from tho standpoint of the and bf the future, American Of the the most vitally Important, was extraordinary way In which Uncoln At the eery lime wheel th Impossible, Ihs one sfds was holding him Vp as HE Al MUHT tlfi,.. Bey at Least H.rf e - vurnnin.,. Donald arkiil hd ... . Int.. est HI I V! beoa-uaeb- over-rod- mamma, lie r name I cv. . -- 11.. . .... - - .. U. to-d- of e In selecting tablecloth It (more width, satisfactory to get tho which gives a generous fall of lfi which Inches or to nt tho sides, drosses a table better than tho narynnU rower widths. Two nnd one-ha-lf la vory good measure for general ttso, g convenient slzo for a small company requiring an extra leaf. Three nnd t yards nro required for n extended tahlo, to drnpo over tho ends and correspond with tho sides. In hemming tablecloths, ft tloublo hemstitch abovo an Inch and Twlde Item, makes a very flno finish. Tho end must be cut by thejhread to make the hem true. With napkins to correspond nnd finished In the satno way, this makes'n very flno table set. It tho linen Is flno and heavy, with a nrotiy pattern. If tho hemstitch Is thought to bo. loo elaborate, the aocalled French hvin at the ends does very nicely, turning a halt-Inchem neatly nnd folding back, sew a line stitch. The caro ot table linen Is of great Importance, It ono would have the table arrayed, at Its best There must be a pure white cloth without blemish or wrinkle with satiny finish and with as few folds as possible. A very Rood way to wash napkins and tablecloths for this effect la to first, pour slowly a stream of boiling water ovor stains am) then let them soak In a good suds made with whlta laundry soap for an hour; tbon lightly rub out and Just scald In clear water; rinse In a light bluing water and, during tho wholo process wring by hand Instead ot by wringer, to avoid the wrinkles that aro so hard to press out Do not hang and starch; stretch evenly straight on the line to dry. In Ironing tho linen must be evenly and very well dampened. Fold the tablecloth from side to side, Just once, and press dry from end to end, on both sides. This will give tho satin finish. Fold together sldewlsu once more and press both sides carefully, then fold lengthwise as little as pos sible, to lay In your sideboard drawer for linen. To avoid tho least folds, some get boards, such as aro used for dress goods, and wind their long table cloths smoothly over them, glvtng them the appearance of now linen. one-halover-and-ov- nu . ii ot nro laid, knows tho Impossibility doing them quickly or well If tho stiffening s not first removed. i "as or.-- ; 7 fs, Ono way to get them In proper con- UU1 Don. dition Is to rub t ho linen between the "there Is no s t.d ,. e H r,. ' fingers nnd thumbs along tho entire llnm or Wil a length of the hem, This gets out the "'Mr Utti Tlestnment stiffness and proventa needles from "Are you n; r:.;r.m,i. breaking. certain method Is be- It through so t t Another and better r .. M fore the linen, napkins particularly, Is comparatively r cut apart, wot It along tho lino ot anywhere In the ' IB and for about an Inch on each "Well, bu' I r. sldo with n small toothbrush dipped In exclaimed I)cr. soapsuds. Not only will tho throml Youth's Com,; ' drnw with few. If any breaks, but the hem ran bo laid with much greater CHILD HAD civ n urn w - .a la. "ut. i.'6'1 , tiv faxe. Never attempt to cut linen by Iho And Suffered Anr.uit" eye. It takes little more ttmo to draw Sc.ld L.k. Hurr:,.;;.' a I bread, nnd that Is easily mnde up by the quickness and accuracy with Troubles Crtd k, e, which Urn hem Is laid. In hemming all table linen, fold It "When my 3 21 U over twice to thn desired depth ot six months c J l. hem, then turn back, crease and over- bolls. Sho - "'Jill wrong aide. This I used Cuti- - .i cast neatly on tho v ti C: makes much neater effect than horn Ointment w?. it n ruing In tho usual way. 1 L-1 ! ' wnu ucr eaj -d Mier head un' J I w.jWi.i. Colonist 8tonewart. Since colonial furnllttro, glassware crcd. Thnh.- 'ixkein,. and chlntiea aro back In fashion, very red with a kr... those who make table waro havo fallen mg trorn i Tj otcar t- Some time la1 ni c . Into line. One of the new importations Is stonuware In Chinese patterns. The decorations aro In bright colors, usually ot flowers, and the shapes sr very . t . .. etim,A.I Cutlcnra Boap OVnctt m In tho early days the stoneware vent until siio wsj t!ltrfij4 cups were made without handlea and, heen troubled b im t although you can atlll get them, such Mrs. M. A. Schwf-1- r t'i Fpiia a cup is not a convenient thing to Ave, Detroit M L IH ji ftaur Vng a CWa t vNm- drink from. stonewaro wears forThis now-olALL OF ONE KINO. ever and a day. It was originally Invented to bo of long service, ns In thoso days people could not pick up tabto sets at the nearest department T1 spring. I alwgra u.-- (Vlcn and Ointment " s r,,w hneai it up. xt.r list tE, , out It became e l? l iv , d. quaint. shops. This ware Is charming for breakfasts and luncheons, especially when used In si dining room furnished with colonial mahogany. Wl a v Pretty Linen for the Table. a luncheon so attractive as pretty table linen, and tho centerpiece la tho most Important of nit. It should be approx- Tbro is nothing that makes sw ssssssssisssh sssH j um taa ItT ever. Washington and Lincoln. " ."As a poopleji we. Are Indeed i beyond measure fortunate In the. characters pf the two ,Kreat-at- of ourput)1lj men. Washington and TJncoln. Widely though theyMiffered 'ln externals.' the Virginia landed gentleman and the Kentucky backwoodsman, .thev wer alike In es sentials, they were alike In the great qualities which rendered, each abla to an Ideal. lie had the practical mans hard common sense and willingness to sdapt means to ends, but them was In hlrn none of that morbid growth of mind and soul which blinds so many practical No men to the higher things of life. more practical man ever lived than this homely backwoods Idealist; but he had nothing In common with those practical men whose consciences are warped until they fall to distinguish between good and evil, fall to understand that strength, ability, shrewdness, whether In the world or of politics, only serve to make their possessor a more noxious,, a more evil member of the community. If thoy-a-re not guided and controlled by' a ne, fine and ljlgh moral . We ot this day must try to solve many social sna Industrial problems, requiring to an especial degree the combination of Indomitable resolution sanity, we can prom with by the way In which Uncoln uaed both these traits as he strove for reform. We can learn much ot value from the very that course attacks which following d Lessons tronv Lincoln's une, 4 I j i i ABRAHAM LINCOLN could fight valiantly against what he deemed wrong, and yet preserve lon and respect for the brother from whom he differed. In the have hour ot a triumph that would turned any weaker man's head. In the htat of a struggle which spurred many a good man to dreadful vlndlctlvcoess, he sstd truthfully that so long as' he had been In his office ho had never willingly planted a thorn In any man's bosom, and besought bis supporters to study the Incidents of the trial through which they were passing as philosophy from which to learn wisdom snd not as wrongs to be avenged, ending with the solemn exhortaover, all tion that, as the strife wss should reunite In a common effort to save their common country Strong Sense of Justice. "He lived In days that were great and terrible, when brother fought against brother for what each sincerely deemed to be the. right. In a contest so grim the strong men who alone can carry It through are rarely able to do Justice to thn deep .convictions, of those with whom they grapple In mortal sfilf'. At such times men sea through a glala darkly, to only the rarest and loftiest spirits Is vouchsafed that clear vision which gradually cornea to all, even to the lesser, as the struggle fades Into dlstsnco, and wounds are forgotten, and peace creeps baric to the hearts thst were hurt "Hut Uncoln wss given this, supreme, vision, lie did not hate the man from whom, be differed. Weakness was as foreign' aa wicked to his strong, gentle nature, but his coursge was of a quality: ''so hi (eh that Jt needed no bolstering of dark pasHe saw ces!y that the same sion. high quail lies, the same courage, .and arid devowillingness for tion to the right as It was given them to see the light, belonged both to the men .of the north and to the men of the south. As the years roll by, and as all of us. wherever we dwell, grow to feel an equal pride In the valor and alike, of the men who wore the blue snd ttie men who wore the gray.'So this whole nation will grow to teel a peculiar sense of pild In the inlghtltixtotlke mighty men who, mastered tha" inlglty daysrthe Idvcr of bis country andtat jtll mankind; the man whose blood waa.'shed for the union of'hls people, and for the freedom ot a race. Abraham Uncoln." r. For the Tea Table. Tho girl who wants to get a reputation for delicious should have on her tea table the various frills that are now served with the afternoon cup. Cream in squat silver or cut glass Jugs la there for the grandfather, who haihevcr lost his taste for creamed tea, and for granddaughter, who takes It to be English. Lemon, the roost generally used flavoring, should bo cut In thin slices with the rind cut oft and piled In overlapping layers on a flat plate. Special dishes aro now shown for lemon. They are Hat plates ot rock, crystal, with a silver rim. They resemble tho crystal butter dish, but are much smaller. A tiny silver pickle fork lies across the slices. For the roan who likes a few drops of runt In his tea In addition to lemon, a fine quality-o- f Cuban rum Is kept In a liquor jug ot glass or glass overlaid with stlvor. A fad of tho moment Is to serve some sort pf preserves In tea. The Russians, for Instance, aro qulto fond ot strawberry Jam stirred Into the--) cup, and tomato preserves heavily spiced with ginger Is equally good. These preserves mako a .charming ad dition to tho tea table, If they aro served In tho popular crystal marma lado Jars set In a silver rim and with a silver lid and special spoon, Hits ot candled ginger are also liked tn tea. Theso can bo passed In bon bon dishes, as can tho round red and white mints beloved of children, which aro tho very latest funcy for giving a delicate mlnty flavor to the aftcruocn cup ot tea. To Hem Kvery woman tempted to lay tablecloths or to llave yonr peers imately 21 Inches In diameter, plate dollies fen Inches and tho smaller slxo many people" oriainiy-a'jc-;' iwrttj lght Inches. Tho smaller ones are tho glasses sud the bread that I know c( needed -c- ts for and butter plates. Heavy, flfm linen, worked with merin- -. 1. cerised cotton not joo line, should be completed 1 VVUItn, Great 'care shemld be exercised la embroidering it, and especially In regard to the padded, scalloped edge; II hti Inquired fringe ot It wears ough and shows NO- laid Mr tflltTW threads the beauty of the piece ll .spoiled. etna, concert , pur.o nrlnrlnal nf thn - ny til Xrf used. Not Include! . . . ..I.. j thk his I ,- sal fVf iv, - T IVVs UUIiV " vet mit Anr nn vnt sa a arv ,I sa s a fi' vri i 1 ,i I KDO -- Kant iff 'em yoL" Youth s ( rcjuk Crlmlnaf tr ef If I wanted f j - t a caTi thrifty I shouU ' " h t!a U ' Bishop Butler's Generosity. So many examples ot episcopal cupidity have been cited In the Ofllco Window of lato that tho average- reader may be excused for believing the bishop of a century or so ago to have been an Incarnation ot creed Hut against the Lux.mores, the Watsons and tho Portcousos may be sot the saintly llutler, whose "Analogy" Is still used as a for clerical examinations, llutler kept open hoUso at hospl Durham, where ho dispensed tallty with a lavish hand. On one occasion a man called at tho. palace so liciting a subscription fur soiae cliurl-tablobject. "How much money Is thero In tho house?" naked llutler of nig secretary. Tho secretary, after in vestigation, replied that there wero 500. "Glvo It to him, then," ropllud tho philosopher bishop, "for It Is a shame that a bishop should have so , much." London Chronicle. text-booe -l wit The rug muff Is tho rage. v eis lliuiivj All shades of gray are In high favor. .White suede is a favorite, uvcnlng soon there i iny r :'iu et " waste of mater. glove. la useiu Is In cvldenco In new thai . More fullness ... IM in muurj i .- - ,ll 'reseui skirts. inero is was-- ...... ..I wltt If Ma Wldo Insets ot lace aro seen In ami things oi llngcrlo gowns. wisn juur mi i Lambs' wool Is largely used for In would beg to ir t. ir a i tcrllnlng coats. i tii. . , Jewel fashions of tho hour are high In an Edlnb,uiK'i M't-Nly extravagant. MEDICINE Cuffs for spring turn-bacand aM slightly pointed. But a Chanfle cf rcoa um Cotton velvets will bo 'inuch' used for tailor mades. Manv nersen t J 'irtlil Arabian hoods Jn pnlo shades go druca are not ... . I I relief . with theater cloaks. worn oui nen, Good gray shades aro mole, elephant eniiilrnil Table Linen. meal There Is a rr 'r'n elf who has over at- end Iomlon amoku, hems on napkins or lluttoiis still hold a high place In asmsIs Whtvai f I forMJ grown thero by hem them after they the trimming world. It 3 l .,1 nr.a, I- I. . a D y . .... c i TDne Mew Venfl T m.Unif - Itll f til I' It si Mnilaatfn I ssw I- M t . alViita. is l,,1n- . ar. rcM' ' ' Ttt ' ....... l.A.nnlnrr uiuii iiviviuivi" pcoplo find lnCra:cM:'-lB. nnd hraln food "I can say tnal Hf"" ,iuv. fi.r V". uuiiu nineh ... - t CN"" i a er" i writesainnrfl a.t tlrm. la J - I became UP . r , tt. jh It must glvo .IHIIIIVI ' B.orn February 12, 1809 'f Died April IS, 186S vvov-crv- i.u.v, - I iMI ,.iJWi .. T Ii" and wo routm l. noticed from qav''c rf I I uutll I r. any r'"f net norvous It w , ,m U in fuira-avin- c Poo-Ba- by brought upon hla render service to bis nation and to all the extremists of head, attacka atlko t juvulutloii.sud by; mankind d II never or ifld render, Ivtcti had extremists of rcuctlon. principles In his saWaHoH ii lofty Ideals, biH each In striving to. attain 'love Jfor.devotion to his e the union, and In tils by the thsa . lofty Idea" was xuldxd possessed pf plavcry. Timid .and lukevyprnl common, seme. Kach, DeoDle weru always denouncing hint b- uextWe courage In adversity, and a soul cause he was xtM"u, but aa a mutter Bach uswpaUed, by prosperity. wfcM to extremes, lie of faut he yasosssd all thf, gentler virtues vminiio. worked stt never .wenand because of lhU by step: the extremists hated and denounced him T aTrcimrh of 'Cliaracler. qualitk-fervor which now seems to us fan. iWed also all the tro tuwerlng ume- - with a In Its deification ot the unreal a ad tustlo exhibited by Ihea jl,"' counterpart of has been found In Now Jersey Tho town ot IJeverly has elected a new co&siabW A I'oo-Ila- In Real Life. id , i..i nnA nTTO , uim us iij' aWNuts a. It an norvoua mllanre ro am my ionamo kiytu a - ' too abhor-jtenc- soun-leit- i4 Kh -- com-won- ly whose nay Is to be IS a moflth... It addition to his constabulary weyk,' the Incumbent of thla ovurnald sine cure must also servo ns harbor master and overseer of' the poor, litis "nullum m parvs" JHi. Tfds.sketch shews In deUll'the fashionable and correct method of arrang muni us luvRru upuu us one ei great ng tho new Immense veil. It Is made of Russian fish net The barrstts at back Is over three Inches long. honor, as there were six applicants the for IU pound-keeper? ff $ ''.oMine"- r , vll! . , Head Tt' In tikgs. tth .... one sii'i" re Benuiue, latexes.. the si)""ffr.llll III'.nil i '''. '".la . ,l -- I MP fcSoFlIS ICOEINIRt a FOR MYSTERY SIS ONE KIDNEY GONE INAPPROPRIATE. Bin:.- - But Cured After Deetora Said There Was No Hop. sssssssssssrv vAr when r'f ": If f ... "i rf r.-...- ml Pleura J.i r hav"-- Haw Furs T,ht remark- - Sylvnnua O. Verrill, Mllford, Me., aays; "Five years ago a bad Injury paralysed mo and my kidaffected QUE8TION18? "WHO STABBED FAT neys. My back hurt PERSON NAMED BILL AT mo teirlblr, and the urlno was bad DEAD OF NIQHT. GOTHAM POLICE Why Suffer ? Aro you ono of tho thousands of women who suffer from fcmnlo. ailments? If so, don't bo discouraged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine bf Cardui. On the- wrapper arc full directions for use. During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy 1 .1 ' 1.1.1. r jjiiiu which uuiy woiucii culture. TL is rcnauic, iuiAt contains no liarmtul ingredients and can bo deperid- uu on m aimosc any case. 1 Mt Ml'l,V:: were W.V, v. .'V i has In- hlaher M. Babel ,,. "BILL'S" FRIEND WILD-EYE- D I Si' f . V-ivilli to ink tMlng.lRM, Leada Mounted Men, Detective, Blue Coa'ta and Degi on Queer Chaia ro,n T J f. In Rural Dlitrlct of (ho a -' Bronx. Now York. After all their (rouble, Iho pollco of KlngabrldRO havo no II murder to InveidRate. They havo no myatery to aohe, nnd they rcalUo tha( thing! of tho lenaatlonat brand rarely L, Ctt Your Medicine. cornered. happen In the rural dlitrlct of tho ,' , t ' cf three '".i. I, I eniilrt with Dronx. All (hoy huro Is remorse and one very Imaginative Yonkera now. L, V s anting snumuvi, paper man, who take drrnina too P . nf - and rloutly and reality too Hxlitly. ' Bird 'AC ... .heels (ho other It all came about In thli way. Tho l,,rM Pclcs reicrvo aquad nf the Klngabrldge atn r, it a. 11 .lt linn wero anlcctlng their garden aced c ! trar nis scrawuj from the cntaloguea, whllo the lloutcn .. j ii k Mm to a rat- - ant In charge waa telling hi wild ex It takes a lot of nerve to enable a !fCr3 noose- -' (Kirlcnco when ho youngarrled man to enter a atore ' a;rrored the vlalted Ilroadway ! and' purchase a dozen safety pins from lie knowa who wa long ago. Suddonly there came a ring a former sweetheart lelephono at the that of Itaclf la ur citing In Klngabrldge and an agou only oNi:nrtnMo owiaNK" UaXATIVH IIUOWO on MNH. l.or,k tM That Ited voice moaned: lb utK. . if l.npp ami mwi i "Whereupon bo Instantly drew his ter to Car a Cul4W. OKOYK. Um4 to ttorld "Mercy! Aldl Help!" And then, In mm Day. Kc arhlne; ami J&Z f sword." ' more weeping. "Huccor!" re Vi.7i- -i The first time a girl la engaged, she "What'i wrongr asked Meut. Lar-kin-. Locking Forward. Imagines that sho Is as Important as Mr. Wiggins, being in a frivolous the heroine In a novel. - Ix- "Oh, ll'a too awful to (ell! I am a er depends for mood, waa giving a burlesijuo Imitafcls friend, and newapapcr man from Yonkera, nnd tion of palmistry-pretendin- g Mri. Wlnatorr'a Soothing- - Strop. to I'rcgum, radar te aof !f th:r e.la't lend It, the I have junt come from (ho Scottish read his wife's fortune In her palm. Tor rbtMraa ttrthlnr, ttna tba 0atauiaUa,ali.jpaia,cari vlodcoUu. SGcabotU They J ca 1 to and spend IL" Anns, In Van Corlandt park. Huth waa listening with hare stabbed my best friend to death Intcnso seriousness, but neither of ' "Eaay money" Is tho kind that althere. Two women held him down, them was noticing her. ways comes to the other fellow. and then, when ho was dead, dragged "And, finally," ho concluded, after k4m Allrn'a rnnt.I'jtat. film from the room." tho usual recitals about a dark man, a Cnmiliv4,a,liin. ..milngfi. Tho man who was telephoning said light man, a Journey, nnd a largo for- Irro. A.CL01mul,L.lUij..N. r. c. Trial rat laia trial he was at Two Hundrd and tune, "you will llvo to a great age." Thenger of fate Is one that la jn street at the aubway ctatlon 'Thank Oodl" broke In Iluth, clap. . . and would give tho police all details ping her hands ecstatically. "Then my almost every pie. of the terrible cilme If they would children will have a grandmother!" rap-Idl- y, - i, ,.miihe! (he I. ...,r " eft -1- "I era glad that Washington's birthday Is a holiday; It gives mo kldnoy waa practically dead. Thoy chance to lie In bed In tho morning." "Georgo wouldn't llko to havo you said I could never walk again. I read celebrate his birthday by lying." of Doan'i Kidney rills and begnn usProf. Munyon has generously placed ing thorn. Ono box mndo mo stronger nnd freer from pain. I kept on using his Cold Curo with drugglata through, them nnd In thrco months was able to out the United States and has authorget out on crutches, and tha kidneys ized them to sell It for tho small sum of 25 cts. a bottle. Ho says theso wero nctlnrj better. I Improved discarded tho crutches and to pellets contain ro opium, morpblno, cotho wonder of my friends waa soon caine er other harmful drugs, and ho guarantees that they will relievo tho completely cured." Bold by nil dcalera. CO cents n box. head, throat and lunga almost Immediately. Ho gives this guarnnteo with Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. each bettlo of his medlclnor "If you FflOM A flECENT NOVEL bay my Cold Curo nnd It docs not give perfect! satisfaction, I will refund your money," Prof Munyon has Just Issued a Ma'ajatlnc-Almannwhich will be sent free to nny person who addresses Tho Munyon Company, Philadelphia. Foster-Mllbur- ly disordered. Doctors said my right CARDUI It Will Help You J34 Mrs. Charles Brarar. of Swcctscr. Ind.. tried Cardnl. She! writes: "Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me. licloro 1 bcran tnkinjr Cardui I could not do a dav'a work. I would work awhile nnd lie down. I shall always ciro Draiso to vour I I miulSifi.11 '' Tnt , AT 'ALL DRUG- ST0RE3 - r l' i i. 5 Acres in Oregon Will Do A fruit farm. of 5 acres in any of the crcat Oregon apple, peach and pear districts, puts money in the bank for you, and gives you your living besides. You can care for five acres of trees yourself, without help. Orchards each year yield $500 an acre and upwards. Prove this by sending for our free book on the Pacific Northwest, or, better still, -- VED ' forty-secon- ROMAN TON rdiaE.Pinkham's fable Compound hurry (here. First came the mounted men, then Deafness Cannot Dc Cured the sleuths, then tho regular or gar r lonl ptUntkifM, m nnfiM frith tb tfto. variety of dark bltiu policemen, nhJ potuua e th 9Afl thr m oolf om wir ta den Tht. utal Hut H by rou.tituikMi4l nwK tvrt dni and, trailing In tho rear, came three IfetfnMa b. rftaanl bf fca tolUmM roodlllnn of Ibt U EuiUchUa Tub. Uhra Unlet of (he pollco dogs. The squads were nwwi Infl.mMof you fore ft rumbtlnx mum or tttu Imtub. u perial burn. iM km li h numc ckwd. IM-m- i H u mill. w4 unlffM tM tnOimmilloa ran b umS um Uttw niflr4 to lu Dorm.! UkM Mil bMrtot via b. dnirorrd Igrrrrr! ftlM (im mix of tM an nun! by raurrh, whkii k nothlns but a laiUmMt caadilHa ot lb nurottf Miter, W ta On lluatfrwl tMtlara anr ruodl-Uu- Enjoy kf II alii KoU 0fMi Tata . Kr. "Lrdla K. rink- pwtible C.impourul las ccr- tiono no a Iuinir of good and Ienousli. bf D uc (tela. llaa-- i for rtr cut ot ImumI br raurrb) that raanot W rurrd Calarrfe Cuta. rnd far circular, trr. VO Toleto. O. I CIILSKY taaUf IM. UU tot aoutlpaUoa. rralM It I suffered nervous ness, and a mere female trouble. I mo to nor feet health ami kept mo from tho oieratlna Dcttr Iks without this ttfl liryno," Mrs. Ham'l. Fourth M., LouUtIIIo, Ky. i lTdiarillnkliam's egttablo Com. pound lias restored Original Wedding Cake. It Is said to bo a cutloua fact that tho weddlrlg cake, that elaborate. compound so Indispensable at tho modern marriage ceremony, la the direct descendant of a cake made of water, flour and salt, of which, at weddings, the tha Roman married couplo ana iho wMnessea partook at tHe time of the signing of the contract Housekeeping. high-class la, Operation Avoided. euflcrtd untold ntul my my only asd I dreaded U almost as dflth. I vJla L llnLhamV 1 completely cured "My Nice, Fat Friend Has Been Uatan cKratlon.'1 Lkxa V. dered." iHY D.S. tier rem femab troublo, il4 an ejern'irn wai j (.. "I Rxamlno carefully every bottle of CASTOUIA a aafo and sura remedy for Infanta and children, and teo that it Dears tho Important to Mothers. Signature Tn o the fuH' confidence pf (he ot the' World and tho Commendation o7 tho itott eminent physicians it was essential that: the component par(s of Syrup of JTIgs and Elixir of .Senna thould be known' (o and approved by them; therefore, (ho California Tig Syrup Co. a full itatcmcnt with cvxry package. Tlic perfect purity and uniformity of product, which they demand In a laxative remedy of an ethical character, are aasured by tlie Company's original method of manufacture known to tlio Company only. The figs of California are used in the production of Syrup of Figs nnd Elixir of Senna to promote the pleasant taste, but tho medicinal principles arc obtained from plants known to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects always buy llic genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for ea'o by all leading druggists. pub-lisli- Come West.and See ' All the land there ever was or will be was created ages ago. But population keeps Ing a baby is born every minute. All the free land worth having has been taken up. All the good land, at low prices, that's left,' is going fast. Soon land chances, like those in the West today, will be gone forever. If you want a fine farm'or fruit ranch anywhere in the Northwest, get one now before the price gets too high write to us for our free book. It is costing you money to wait write today. . I. LOMAX, G. P. A. Union Pacific Railroad Co. Omaha, Neb. sfsVeWHiaMaTJHsaaMMimefc.. We Buy r FURS Hides and Wool I Vnra. The Kind You Havo Always 1Ta Pni- - fivrp nought SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S Positively cured by these Little Pills. They atao rrllcre and Too Hearty Eatliif. A perfect rem-eu- y (or Uliilneaa, Nau ara, Drowalneaa, Dad Taateln the Mouth, Co.it-r- J Toniriir, Vain In the Hide, TOliriU UVEIU They regulate tbe Dowcla. Purely Vegetable. SHALL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Iyerpala,In-dlgratlo- n F.alhcre, Tallow, Becwti, Clnjc nx, Mur- "He Is going to put bis play Into book form." "What doea that meanr "Means he'll write 100,000 words, dtrlde 'cm into chapters and print 'em between covers." For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or Narvoua troublrs. the scrim are nllovrd ny uapumne. n a ijqum pieaa- imm(xiiaiiy. 10, S ant to nil Wo at Drug Utores. lakr-KUcnt Iri Book Form. R itrs of unparalleled buo. Jras Uie power of Lydla 35. Ji Vegetable. Corniouiul to uo uwrasea. 'ilio grct TOI. iollcltl testimony conn tanU MnrroTts concluslTely that IMham'a Vrratablo Com. Bl rtmirkablo rrnmlT for Ihnu feralnlno Ilia from Wbicb i women luner. Coldan SeaUYeDow Root), May Apple, Wild CInc.r, ate. We an dealers eauLCJxdh 1856 "Om katf a center ia Leiamlla" a&d caa do bet ler f or yon then atvst er commuaoo raercHtats. Rctmnce, aay Deal is LounZIe. Write (or weekly pnceliit aad atsppief taeju In charge of ScrgC O'lcary and De- OLDS IN (I tective Ilwj-er- . At tho nppoln(ed place near (he end of (ho subway they met the man who bad telephoned. Ilia Into wns wild; so was his expression, and ro were (he mounted men, tho detectives, the uniformed men, and tha three dogs. It vai awful. With Carey trailing In tho rear tho cavalcade started of for tho hostelry. When tho set-nIho crime was reached men wero stationed at every posslblo exit nnd O'Leary went to the front door and o Fiver CARTERS iTTLE M. 2:9 Sabel A Sons. LOUISYUtE, Kt. E. Msrsit St. 'flail"5' ! The TUtam Cabbage Plants toi lrirea: 1 to 5 J1.1I 10 lo $340 Genuine Fac-Simi- Must Bear There Is a divinity In the meanest man, a philanthropist In tho stingiest miner, a hero In the biggest coward, which an emergency great enough will call outi BJRlTTLE Signature PILLS. proor. urowmnriprnair. .VJ; 6 to M, l and orcr, tl.00 pel IIJS; M,F )I1. MrritHl". H. V. Tbe larceat Truck and riant Farm In tiie World. N. II. DUTCH CO. South Carolina Mellaril'. Hako and Soil More Ueai $3.09 thin. Any Other Manufacturer it teaiM I ctr tWIrttvnr tlu VcMit tfUvMt wpiarf rfMLUavUe rt trtia4 cxptxU iataiiriuUMfutrrr , T Mlt. pUt U Tk MlKtlM 4 tU lMttafiTt ibutt of tk Mtkiat la mry iaruLBMii, tsl 1ook4 kiuf tr live ktit tUnsasiilerra la it bo Iftdwtiy. bold xt made, wul ilea uderttavad why Bliec taMCt tapt ti better, 4V4Tter lCBft Ulu avay tber Bile. X Shoe iw t ONE DAY kVt"V",'''hM.Sd sis; fct i.l-- - I ItlH lull,.. -- na " r -- ;ntj l'urumoni. , W.?' '.'.."an fc" JfMlt 1""'. no mt. Tor Ktj"(ro. ru, I"" u i lb. wont ihJ,T.,n.u--.,..ri-T"- demanded jidmlaslon. "In the name of (he law, Commissioner lllngham nnd Iho Klngsbrldgo station, I demand entry." ho roared. "Aw, go as far na yer like." came from tho first floor. "There has been a murder hero,' said O'I.eary. aa soon as ono of the "A employes of the hotel nppearod. murder, cold, dastardly, cowardly and also described with many other adjectives nnd adverbs, but that la not for now. Where. In tho victim, where are the murderers and. when waa It did?" Tho employe denied (hat nnythlng Everybody llko (his had happened. was qidet all night, except "a man named Carey, he said, who tamo from Yonkera and who wanted a Welsh rarebit run do with mlnco pie lnted of toast, and who had claimed that aubinurlno boats could bo used as oplanes If fed properly and treated with loving kindness, "So," nobbed Caroy, who Jiad como Into the room, "l( In not so. My friend My nice, fat has been murdered. friend named 'Hill.' Thoy slabbed him. and now they've thrown hi body out on (he golf links. Call tho coroner." Moat of tho persons who wore stopping at tho hostelry had fled by this time. Some clumbered into their carrying their clothing with them, while others wero satisfied to run for tho subway. Thou there was some moro Investigation and onco more the bold cavalcade started baitt to tho erawhlle restful Klngsbrldgo station. First, tho mounted men, thin (he detectives, then tho uniformed man, with the three police dogs In the rear. Their homo was gone, but Carey watB'L He went, too. REFUSE SUISTITUTES. I Tit Murine I'.j ltrmrdr For Ited, Weak, Weary, Watery Hyes. Compounded by Kxperlrncetl rtiyalrlana. Conforma to the Pure Food anil Druaa Ijtvr. Murine Doesn't Bmort. Bootlies Kye I'uln. Try Murine for Your Uyet. A good son Is a good brother, good husband, good father, good kinsman, good friend, good neighbor and good citizen. Chinese proverb. The Herb laxative, Oarficld Tea, aids Nature in maintaining tho general of (he body; it correct conciliation, imriDca the blood, bringe health. well-bein- One gets it by highway mea Tern of thouaaada by Bad BowtU No difference. CoMtipatloa and dtad lirer make (he vrhole system sick Every, body knows It C4.5 CARETS regulate cure Bowel and Liver troubles by simply doing nature's work until you get well Millions uto CASCARETS, Ufa Sarerl CASCAUKTS Murder! toe a box for a week's treatment, all diucglata. Iliggest aeller la tbe world. Million boxca a uoata. Consumption TO ALL FREE bound mtdlCAl book too cloth r&ft New Book on 4y tfttkoJcf Tanning t8tft$ maitt tMum Horm fltxtbtl and Longir W taring than tuy Qthtrt. Rho?e for ETfryJblrnilMvtif the Fnenllre n4 (liUdraw MeHf Hojre,lVMiCitMtcs For laV hy iho d4Tt emytifr. - bouoia, rHItHhM II 0IM ffnaliie without 1Y, on IVmctajj I IU II ptica uaiuprd VnU i.in and Vut Celer IrtUtd Vm IidtTlf. CtvUItf mAll4 trt W. L. DOl'OUS, 117 Spark SW breciieo. Vu on tfrtniaupllofc. Tll In piBt lmrl UnrutMlMw oonvarartluit b eur4 In year onn boot. Writ totjavj. Tbe uok im .bn kaUl part, ONION SEED , C2'J." tfM VONKERHAN VTUr tMrsMiy tr. sialiiin llct iHerit CO. laCOLDRINC as mvu I or eel It UoTeibUU. Jl Tftbleta, Jbo bo see rttra unaer and iret rta. A4dMMrritMMrdltae6sj, UMel He VlMlBJaaVUs UatMs. Per SaUcr'a catalog paae 123. Largett irowcrt of onion and vesttabla seeds la ib world, liic calalor (rci or. aend lOolaatauipa and recaivo catalo and 1 ono krrnftla each of onion t, carrots, celery, r sdJt.be s, isoo each lettace. ruubace, turnips, 100 turtle, too tomatoes, 100 melons, 1100 charming flower seeds, in all 10.000 kernels, easily worth SI.OO of any man's money. Or. tend 20o and w will add one . of Earliest 1'cep iyD-- y Sweet Corn. SAL2ER Bi pf SEED CO., B01 W, La Crosse, Wis. You can Judgo a man boiler by tho company ho :keepa than you can by tho relatives of his wlfo that be, has to keep. IWAl'iKXJllotkktrra, a, as... NKW DISCOVKItVl slret aVri La w m anickrUrranirort.wortcat4.a. 10 fallaillala tKIMJ. JJuz 11. tloulul 1U UUUath b and dara'livatninit I'UKU. Ua. f)DflPtV clerk for irenrrel clerk and ! men ew ui ausj 3r ntonu. utr experience. ltueltlon end salary UewtrcmJ. Addrrea ... -r" OMiettUil Uutisfcmr,h Hmlas, T1. 2269. A. N. K. F (19097) " Tbtae MY PH Tninti-aT''Twl,l- f strrtitcth and vitality to tb worn out Uutrular au TaluabUln Utatii Nvrruus Ukiu and Malaria. t.uarantrd under tho l'ure Fimj Ham-pie- s and Drue Art. J rlalbuttlol'wentT-tlfnCrnt- i. Ooiii'A. v, HutUnd. V u Irro. Til k 'llwt ar Ilium vtu .u.utiia ii.i.iw . put all (isip arid inllimnutioii. What a friendly old world this would bo It wo all loved our neighbors as wt love ourselves! rVir Coughs. Asthma and Luna-- Troubles, use 'llronn's llronchlal Troches." ti 1&I Color more seeei brtfthler and latter colors than sn other die. One lOe Mdtos colon all Hen. Thei dre In cold water tslter tKan sn other die. You can dre to Die, Bleach sad Hu Colon. garni on itvltMtrtriMiiU apart. WriU ler lis, ecoUol-r-io. MONROE DRUB , Qulnay, OO.. lillnol. One jioor turn deserves another from tho organ grinder's viewpoint. For a lox. Hamiilt-- sent free br John llruwn & Bon, lloaton, Mass, s 1. auto-mobil- Eren a elr) ban co side ot a mirror. ti for tho other vii.vh vuMicn in a tu la hats. lit (il.NTMKMT Is (usraulerd to eur. anr rate la of lublnr. llllnd, llleedlna' or rrotrudtBf I to U dart ir looaer reluuded. 60c TtiA hlsrhwavBian baa a lntr wav ot doing things. VI DISTEMPER Utatd.ajtei Pink Eye. Eptxooflo Shipping Fever Stv aad poeltU pre ontlra, no matter bow boree at aar ave ar laferlad stu tba tonTi acta on tbo Ulood and UUluUk aireia it v taiaw rvasauaawHa Ba saass hviu iu awu J r in IWIII SDU iuajoaa af.nu utMersi la iSirm 1a i7rlpis tawB bum a twin- Xfultry. &iyetliiorlleiocksady end I a flu kidney reined, boeaud II a Uttlo, tUaadlltadotea. tXttbtasjuL Km It. rhow 1 no ikwilt L jowrdnisjt'ttt.wbowlltgetltl'oryi blitmiptr, CWum Rur eur NspaaeeBi. Catarrhal Fever t u SPOHN MEDICAL Chamtaasm and CO.. BacterioloKleta 60SHEN, IND., U. S. A. ttecuuae of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uao "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. o price, $l.oo, retail. j I I 3j 43 r Beri't get seared we can fix you up if you want i AFTER FODRYEARS Council Proceedings T7& Financial statement ef the City of Hickman, Ky., for the year 1908 1 Snouiucmcnt3 Frank Tl.lrJ C hAi1! Praise the work of your children, no matter how trivial the act. It will give them an honest desire to do better next time. OBHK.HAL FUND ACCOUNT. TIN WORK, PLUMBING, METAL ROOFING, STEAM FITTING, GUTTERING, &c We also sell Dry Batteries and Gasoline -- Brother, when you come in from work in the evsnlng, we all know you are tired, but put on your best look and assume a happy 'mood , do not frown if the floor is not swept, nor supper ready. Engage the little folks just a little white and get them to looking forward to your coming with pleasure. It will help to hap-pif- y home wonderfully. A girl who is gentle, brave and spirited ; who is unselfish, high-mineJ and intelligent ; who has sweetness and depth of character; who does not think of herself, but works for the happiness of others ; who is d MIST ON TUB .MRKUT- - COTTON For Burns. Scrape an Irish potato and spread it about one inch thick on a cloth large enough to cover the burn well and let stay on until it begins to get warm and then put on fresh again and repeat so long as it hurts any. And then wash in cold water and there will be no soreness or will not leave any blister. If kept on a short time the burn ing will stop. Once trying this remedy for a burn one will never forget it, as it is so simple and something that is al ways at hand in case of a burn, and will be a great help to many a mother, as it has been to me, if once & ADAMS Money to Loan. loan money at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on farm lands in Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton County, Ky. About f the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made in sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or mak ing any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of one year, interest be ing stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write. 0. Spradun, Union City, Tenn. 1 one-hal- merry and dainty and wholesome, as a girl should be, will never lack either lovers or friends. She is the light of the home, a good friend to her sisters and brother, and the sunshine of the old folks. God bless her. tried. Stomach Distress. Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house, as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time, day or night. This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't tempt you, or what little you do eat seems to fill you, or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a'sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a case of Pape's Diapepsin and take one triangule after supper tonight. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This will all go and, besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison yonr breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery, because it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Actual, prompt relief for all your stomach misery- - is at your Pharmacist, waiting for you. These large cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or indigestion. 50-ce50-ce- prescriptions filled Dick lv and Accurately take them to you wish, to nave your Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OH NIGHT fiowgiii's Drug store " (Incorporated) Strictly a White Man's Laundry That's The TRY O.K. IT! Frank Smith, Agt. Hickman Furniture Co. 'trINCORMJRATnO-'- - Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky Tmlphon So. 30 Now is tho timo to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH Coal Wo PITTSBURG Handle BON AIR and TRADE UNTo. WATER r Hickman Ice Plione & Coal Co 48 lucorpurHtrd should be frowned upon by every 7. I don't encourage a man who young lady who has an ambition to become a worthy and charming is not perfectly polite and agreeable to my mother. Whoever calls on young woman. me sees a goood deal of her. 8. I don't allow a caller to stay People who make mistakes are those who quarrel with one another later than ten o clock. If be does not go at that time I tell him before their children ; or who allow politely that this is my custom. the latter to grow up in idleness ; those who talk about their troubles LIKES AND DISLIKES. before strangers; the father who Editor Courier t Please give one tells his children to go the way he does not go himself, and the young who admires your Home Circle de woman who does not make a confi- partment a little space to a subject not yet touched upon t dant of her mother. Give me a good, social life, and not a society life ; a genial natural per A WISE GIRL. RULES ADOPTED BY son, and not simply an affable one ; As she was passing the other afone sensible, popular maiden, and ternoon, in getting something out of not a belle, for no man cares lor such her pocket, a young woman dropped a wife whose heart has been trampla slip of paper on the ground. One ed on like a navyyard. saw it and picked it up, intending Give me the woman who works perhaps to return it, but a glance with a vim and never tries to shirk at the cleancut angular hand writing induced him to read it through, for her duty, but whose cry is: "Can I do enough?" and not: "Oh, my I publication, and here it is. 1. I don't let a man smoke when I have too much to do I" People he walks or drives with me. If he who dwell so much on self are gen knows no better than to do it, I erally miserable. promptly tell him what I think about Give the woman who is willing to it. adapt herself to circumstances, and 2. I don't give my photograph to men. I used to occasionally, but I who after an exertion of efforts has am wise now. I should hate bye and such an undying faith, her motto is, bye to know that my face might be "Though he may slay me, yet will I hanging up in Tom, Dick or Harry's trust Him." The woman who will room. not be miserable over the pist, but 3. I don't let a man take my will cling to the future with hope, for hope is the blossom of happiness i the woman not afraid to superintend her domestic affairs and then grace her parlor with as much dignity and confidence as if she were the wife of the President of the United States ; the woman who would cling to her husband through thick and thin, remembering she took him for better That's too bad ! We had noor worse. ticed it was looking pretty thin In short, oh, for the useful, helpand rough of late, but naturally ful woman stricktly to duty wed who did not like to speak of It. By clings to the cross, shakes off dally the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor Is burdens and remembers life Is very a regular hair grower, a permuch as we make it, and dispenses in fect hair tonic. The hair stops her pathway the balm of bitterness coming out, urows faster, Show me a Ruth, and not a Delilah, keeps soft and smooth. Ayer's an Esther and not a Jezebel, a Dor Hair Vigor cures sick hair, cas and not a Queen of Sheba, a Remakes It strong and healthy, becca to fill the throughs for the Th beat kind ot u tottlmonlkl camels, a Hannah to make a coat, tor aver nitty years." "Soli the Hebrew maid to prescribe for ArrCa..Lowll.MM. Naman, the female of Sarepta to 7 SAB3APAB1LLA. I II I prepare a meal for hungry Elijah C1IUUY rSCTOUL. and a Lois to teach Timothy the If you would llUoiipeclitl atlvlro t Mr. lMiiklmui, Lynn, no modest girl can afford to indulge Muss., for It. Nhn lnw gullied Bal. to cr. this $ 696 81 acct. Jan. 1, 09 the pastime. When the down is thousands to health, free of brushed from a peach its beauty is so churirc WATER 4 LIOIIT BOND ACCOUNT. marred that it can never be restored, arm when h: walks with me. If $1635.25 To bal. from year 1907 and when a young girl throws light- ee does I tell him I psrfer him to 162 00 To int. reed, on loans ly aside that sweet and modest re- give me his arm. To amt. reed, of T. Dillon, serve so becoming to a maiden, and 4. I don't go out with a man just 2200.40 Jr., on taxes which so elevates and enables her hrcfiiuc he asVi me to. I like it To amt. reed, of Hickman to command the respect of all, she better if he asks another to go, loo 175.00 Bank on taxes ms sister tor instance. To amt. reed, of F. & M. loses the great charm and becomes Bank on taxes 70.00 5. I don't let any man "see me rather cheap and common, to use no home from church. If he ham t got rash terms. Flirting may seem to gumption enough to take me there $ 4242.65 tne giddy and thoughtless girl won- and sit through the service with me CR. By int. pd. on derfully amusing and she may get the he can stay away altogether. $1800.00 bonds idea that she is fascinating, but it is 6. I don't let any man give me a a most degrading thing and she present, unless it is something ot a By amt. loaned toG. L. Car trifling cost like fruit or llQwers. penter- The first question a man asks when he sees a girl flirting is whether she is respectable or not ; it raises a doubt at once. This being the case 1907 $ 654.85 To amt. reed, of II. C. Helm 1 138.31 for license, etc To amt. reed, of T. Dillon, 5668.32 Jr.. on taxes, etc amt. Cured by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Totaxes reed, of H. Dk. on 262.50 Vegetable Compound To amt. reed, of F. it M. Itnltlmnrn Xfil "Var four Tears Bank on taxes 105.00 my Ilfo was a misery to mo. I sultitrrd To amt. reed, of G. L. Cariroin inTKUinu2J1.09 penter tin, terrible ilrK-Kliisensations, extreme nerYoii. $8059.97 mm, and that nil gone feeling In my CR. I hail stomach. given up hopa of By salary accL$20J2.99 ever being well By. labor and when I botrnn to material for take LyJIa ft. rink, streets, walks 3672.65 ham's Vegetablo Compound. Then Dy labor and I felt as though material watnnur Hfn hmt lxetl er and It. lines nm recommending it given me, and I hose, etc W. 8. Font), 769.64 to nil my friends. 1038 Lansdowno St, Hsltlmore, Mil. By tax. credited The most successful remedy in this on notes . 142.25 country for tho cure of nil forms of female complaints Is Lydla K. link-hum- 's By int. on BucVegeUblo ComKund. It has hanan note ... 60.00 Is By stood the test of years and y errors in aswidely nnd successfully used than more sessment 33.48 any other female remedy. It 1ms cured thousands of women who haTe teen By material and troubled with displacements. Inflamlabor for stock mation, ulceration, tlbrold tumors. Ir130.00 pen periodic pains, backache, regularities, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency, Dieting prisonthat 162 50 ' ers Indigestion, nnd ne rr ous prostration, nil other means had failed. after Council procIf younresutleringfromanyof these eedings and ailments, don't gtre up hope until you 62.75 other printing have given Lydla K. Pinkham's VegeBy raise, claims 296.90 -- 7363.16 table Compound a trial. Tobal. from year For Mngiitrat,. M, . 0FJ1SERV A H Lsr ' DEMOCRATIC NOMIfJ For Sheriff. Circuit Court tf Clerk. For Jailer. JOE I. :; 3 School Superintend! MISS DCS. A tlttH "-- Mrs. County Alienor citAs m:m KATll to-da- County Judge. W, A County Attorney. JAS W K KIT County Court s Clerk t i ni TICK INDEPENDENT For Sheriff. chas JAMES I! i;n Judge, A For County rJW For Jailer, w r HUUlluU TTTTTT TTTTT T V 1 WT When the Fir Whistle Its too late Blows btikecd: ance. Now is a be" t .t-- n Balance to credit this acct. er time. See us ib:jt it todl $1442.65 barn before the t :sc u gnt Jan. rates are reasonii'.?-C- jr cc?l CITY HALL ACCOUNT.. To bal. from year 1907.... $ 307.80 the world's best. To amt. reed, of H. C. tielra ' 62.46 on rents R. T. TYLER, A lst-19- - 1000.00 2800.00 $ 370.26 CR. f AAAAAAAAAAAAAAiiiili By insurance $86.74 By repairs and sup plies for Hall 91.76 $178.50 Bal. to credit this acct. $191.76 The foregoing statement shows a balance In the Treasury Jan. 1st, HlCSMAV, KT 1909 of $2331.22. During the year was loaned out on the 51000.00 Boaril Water & Light Bond Account secur Roorgs and ed by first mortage on improved real estate, thereby increasing the fund by the day or ek Ufp.j with which to meet the payment of fortable rooms 'athticsal the Water & Light Bonds to $3700 The only outstanding City Hall Reasonable Rata! Bonds are the five bonds redeemed with the E. Case Memorial Fund. The bonded indebtedness of the city other than that heretofore mentioned Is the S30.000 OOthlrtyyear Water & Light Bends, upon which all Interest Ti has been paid, and as above shown $- there has been set aside $3700.00 to be applied on the payment of same ; $$$ there is also about $900.00 of the River Bank Bonds outstanding and IP YOU HAVE MONflj held by H. A. Tyler and F. E. Case, TO WKN which are being reduced annually by credit of taxes due city on the i i i it., k, itf whertM property to which these bonds apply. The present indebtedness of be burned, lost or itaM i the city other than that heretofore If you vanuo .. it will I mentioned, with the exception of a safely few small accounts is as follows t alwap t: re A. Buchanan note for $1000 00 upon vhti neea- which au interest has been paid ; al rd so a balance of $167.75 on sewer note held by J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co., which Is being reduced annually by their city taxes being applied to A bink same. accent iU Respectfully submitted, !,. iou a betW H. C. Helm City Clerk. " Bd" buslnesi IOC LU1"- 'Holy Scriptures, a Queen Victoria i(i in preference to Cleopatra, a Niobe to a Latona, a "Mother of Gracchi" before. "yc-'"- u be . .... L to the Roman lady with her casket bef of brilliant jewels, a mother like see It there George Washington's, whose small year 1909. likeness adorned his neck for forty years ; a wife like Martin Luther's, BA who was greater to him than the HICKMAN wealth of Croesus, and helpmate ike, Thomas Hood's, who acknowl $lJOt1 edged to her, "I never was anything Engraved carii. er, til I kuew you," Reader. . . Jan. lst-190- Cottage, Hotel.., Is Your Hair Sick? - Ayers v J