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IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES A BLUE MARK tfs- HKRK a Team that Pulla the Commercial Uagon rrit Fir - no -- K0.H7 w Mr.BTl.iin IK1 I y l ilti 'Of 3 V V LJ 1 - The owner of a tmall country ettate near Hickman decided to tell On the Streets hit property and contulted the Courier Realty Co., about the matter. After the company wrote a descrip1 u March tion of it, they tubmitted It to the man for approval. 1 aruTi Hdw. Co. "Read that again," tald the ownC.l....tn. er, doting hit eyet and leaning every night ai mi back In hit chair contentedly. After the tecond reading he wai j thinking of moving silent a few moments, and then tald, thouglfully: "I don't think I'll tell. I've been looking for that all cool drinks kind of a place all my life, but until . tirt.- - you read that description I didn't v no rnarrc. know I had It I No, I won't tell tilf. PAiir. now." I... Heard THE HICKMAN COURIER. '' s up tho Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Jlxles of Your Ulagon, mran that jour ul norliillon Iiiik fttplrrd ltnw prompt) to If Jnu nnl Mm jmrwf cnhtr to you after ttit month Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, Catalpa Farm. FEBRUARY 25, 1909. E8TABLIBHED IN THE YEAR N0.t:il infill tie Wouldn't Sell. n. Mr. Knox Harper, one of the substantial citizens of Number Four, has in cultivation about twenty acres of catalpa. Most of the growth is young, but he has a number of larger trees about fifteen or twenty years old, and some measuring about three feet across the stump. Catalpa makes the finest post timber in the world, and Mr. Harper expects to make the experiment net him a very handsome profit in the course of a few years. Mr. Harper is a worthy descendant of Ben K. Harper, a pioneer citizen of that community and a man of great character and influence in hit day. Union City Commercial. ARE YOU A Subscriber For McCall's Magazine The Best Woman's Magazine Published? If not, you should be. BECAUSE: IT is exclusively a woman's magazine. IT helps every lady to make herself, her children and her home It'll i"i v i j .finite, iiuiik iwviii 1J . .. .n A ... Qlnr. . .I . .. . .j vhmifif ....... inp f i - ai nr. .... ' kT -5 returned Sunday I- ' - - 1 L: . ,:.r real estate property with - -Tl , .1. r. , . ... -- i ... If UU1 1 - . ah'I ..II I fff It f I nik.. ill. L.. t. id m til. I. .Ik TiH J L C lllUtt I f . - '1 li HA. Z uu t1; 11 t: t .J U4VC I I rm i- UdU IMC ii. woo re. IILftll UdLl We are informed that J. C. Bur- dlck will build a telephone line from La.ra Brown left Saturday Walnut Log to Hickman next month-Th- e Litctso, Ind , where the has ac- line will be extended from o1 Hickman to Cayce. This is not a ' icepnmeni store. bad move. . pt I acres) near Hickman, rtt'itc in rVrrv rstnri- - Ole Bull, trie great violinist, was one day standing at the end of a point of rockt that ran far out into the tea, playing upon hit violin. When atked what he was doing, he tatd that he was littening to the mutic of the breaking waves that he might reproduce it. To catch the grand batt of the wavet he needed to listen at they broke upon the rocks. At a matter of the violin, he was then able to make his audience hear the turf-beon the shore d and tee the waves. The heart that can touch the sorrows of another is that one that has lis tened to the whistling winds and felt the shock of the tides as they broke upon the rocks. No man can sympathize until be has heard the sing ing of a sea whose moanings will not hush. at white-cappe- "Keep it out of the paper" is the cry.which the local newspaper publishers daily hear. To oblige often costs considerable, though the party who makes the request thinks the granting scarcely worth saying "thank you" for. A newspaper is a peculiar thing in the public's eye. The news gathererd is stormed at because he gets hold of one item and Is abused because he does not get another. Young men, and often young women, as well older persons, perform acts which become items for publication and then rush to the newspaper office and beg the editor not to notice their escapades. The next day they condemn the same paper for not having published another party doing the same thing they were guilty of, forgetting apparently their late vitit to the printing office. legitimate more attractive. IT teaches how to be well dressed at small expense. IT tells what to wear on all occasions. IT is the recognized authority on children's dress. IT illustrates the very latest styles in millinery. IT teaches how to do fancy needlework of all kinds. IT answers questions relating to the complexion, the hair, quette, etc IT has a department of cooking. IT has a department of household management IT is the best woman's magazine in the world, written by men for women. . eti- wo- The Regular Price for One Year is 5O cents 1 As a Special inducement we are offering one year's subscription bersincluding any one of the thousands of McCall Patterns" Free 2 num- . .l t 9 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt entertained a party of friends at Raffles Thursday evening. Welch rarebit, nalted peanuts, sandwhiches and fruits were served. For Only 35 cents This making the magazine cost less than two cents a month. This offer is only made for a short time. Do not fail to take advantage of it. c'ztt ;cj Evervbodv or else has cngravcu ai o o o White Goods, Laces, Percales, Embroideries-- Prints, All new for spring. Ginghams, SMITH Si AMBERG T". . . . I i i - mv r vm w Htm 3. F Mij-rr- ha let the contract iu uc uuiu on I- -P CP uttW E:.s:3 it building three uu nn ton tun can reiidence. A ntinht in Ih-rjte'i I C. 1. -- TW wiie, ot Aenion, iumer ana ire. cadSaJ Mitlt, Tenn , were - u iv, uavjaton ana . 14 aua inurtaay. Aim --- I, j 1 ... . wv-a'- s icr the benefit of i' wpieru. D. C, wai 6llucce:i Beild. tv,. to 1 . IL -a nUmhlT Af TTnfnr. iIIVI-.- . ... ' m?.. to tee the ner. - P.L n ... J. f,l-a- Triumph," played at y nient, by the me un on C tv "it. . iD" OA i ..i .. total rffvlnt. r 50 expense. wr f;fP-o- w Co r attorney imuHi .'- -' it council, and in order u i' : 1 uetr pretent exorbitant a ne.begone ttory of m' i. 'fiiiY icaiiied on " ufr r Th w u m iv w.ih ' . ri s ri mni i .i l olain of modern American 1Kb which means not "love-Ibut hotter-veine- d "love In business." No ono can tell about It so charmingly as does Octave Thanet. y Along with tho there Is a mysterious disappearance, followed by a thrilling chase; tho whole being flavored with rich and kindly humor. se Itthowed Wa "aDV nntMnrr . r tliC benefarlnr. tl Ltll (JUL A ROMANCE Idleness," love-stor- U . . " ......... UttW ' statement It now ly iu. fy of State CaPi,al owing IU i!5' ...... ".680 lVh!lr "5 IT WILL RUN SERIALCY IN THESE UMNS. COL- UIUV ,,ock DO NOT MISS A GOOD THING. Too bad. byterian church. Andrew Johnson was not a church member, althoug during his residence in Tennessee he generally attended the Methodist church. General Grant never connected himself with any church, though when he attended services at all, it was generally those of the Methodists. It is said that shortly before death he became a member. Hayes was for many years a member of the Methodist church. Garfield was the only president of his father. General Jackson was a Presby- whoever officiated as a preacher and pastor. After leaving the pulpit for terian. was not a mem- the platform he remained a member Martin Van Buren of the Disciples of Christ. ber of any church. William Henry 'Harrison was a President Arthur was prominentEpiscopal ly connected with one of the lead- in the communicant church. Tyelr, like Harrison, was Episcopalian, and personally a very devout man. Polk was a Methodist. President Taylor was a regular attendant on the services of the Episcopal church, and although the testimony Is somewhat conflicting, it seems probaole that he was a memAyer's Cherry Pectoral is not ber, a simple cough syrup. It is a Millard Fillmore was a Unitarian, strong medicine, a doctor's born and raised in a family belongmedicine. It cures hard cases, ing to that denomination. severe and desperate cases, President Pierce was a Trinitarian chronic cases of asthma, pleuCongregationalism and his religion risy, bronchitis, consumption. is described as "more of the head Ask your doctor about this. than of the heart." The bait kind ot a tettlmontal "Bold lor oter lxty year." Buchanan was a very acceptable member of the Presbyterian church. m.uufMlur.r. f K SAKSAPHKIlU. President Lincoln, although PILLS. tUllt VIQOS. by his biographers as a man W. hT. no MOr.L W publUa of deep religious convictions, was th foruulta of all our uodluln... not a member of any denomination, tiw tnb till vi. ono ofHn.tsm rArnvnru bodtime although lie often attended the Pres ins Avur's PIU at Religion of Presidents. Washington was an Episcopalian. John Adams was a Unitarian, having been brought up in the faith and adhering to it all his life. Thomas Jefferson was a free thinker. Madison and Monroe were both members of the Episcopal church. John Quincy Adams was a Unitarian and for most of his life was connected with the same congregation which bore on its rolls the name ing Episcopal churches of New York City. President Cleveland was a regualr attendant and, in his later years, is said, a member of the Presbyterian church. President Harrison was a Presbyterian and for many years an elder of a church in Indianapolis. President McKinley was a Methodist. President Roosevelt is a member of the Dutch Reformed church. President-elec- t Taft is a A Doctors Medicine Si yers Geronimo, the noted Indian chief, died Wednesday at Ft. Sill, Okla., where he has been confined as a prisoner of war for a number of years. We remember this Apache warrior very well, when in 1905 permission was granted by the War Department for him to appear before the National Editorial Association at an entertainment at Bliss, Okla. It was a hot June day, and the old chief rode into the arena, erect in saddle, wearing a fur cap pulled well down upon his head. Despite his 70 years, the old Indian did some clever stunts in horsemanship. The cheering from the grand stand seemed to effect him wonderfully by goading him in his daring and bravado of early days. He was also a guest at the Royal Hotel at Guthrie three days, where the editors had their convention headquarters. He was burled, Indian fashion, near the fort, where he died. The Hickman Courier's circulation has been Increased one hundred copies since January 1st. The cash policy is a cinch. THE HICKMAN 'Cevf r WsiUra COURIER ths Dw" 300 ROOSEVELT DOESN'T WANT NEWSPAPER PERISH IN THEATER MR. LOW HIM TO AFRICA MEX-IOAN MEN TO FOL Kentucky Llk W. 0. SPEEIi and 3. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietors. r H0RRIDLE HOLOCAUST IN PLAY HOUSE. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IH ADVAHCB. Imprisoned Victims Burned Beyond Recognition Many Are Trampled Under Foot. Mexico City. lletween 350 and 300 people were burned to death and many injured In n fire which destroyed the Klorrs theater, In tho city of Acapulco. The Mores theater was a wooden stnto Jure, and over 1,000 people crowded in it to w itness a special performance git en In honor of Gov. Damian Flore, of the ' Entered at jtostofSce ai the Hickman, Kentucky, s second-clas- mall matter. mmmmm g mmm Hsl I Have a Tip That Mr. Roosevelt Special Correspondent Is About to Slay an Elephant It'll Make a Hot Story. ill r Kentucky Gleanings Most Important Newa Gnthered from All Parts if h Male. one of tho mos "x In the western i,a. f. Insurance License Revoked. Hell rev at his whip litre i ' u i, Insurance Commissioner eclved n telegram from tho Insurance) of heart rnllnrn commissioner of Pennsylvania stailnn Loulsvlllo. Kv Ti that the (Iti.inltait Klro Insurance Co. of iv i of Pittsburg had gone Into the hand convonlloii I lard warn nml Hf,n. i of n receiver. Hell at once rovokod tlon Is In session !. tbo license of the company. fine tool nndhca ir. elaborate. Circuit Court Decision Reverted. The nppellato court handed down Plnovllle. Ky A three opinions reversing tho Judgments of tho Campbell circuit court In which cloinl by whlih t fined the Dig Dili t l. Ilenero and OeorKi' Uhrllch f 500 each In each oaso for conducting n esls to lxulrll. I poolroom. A now trial It ordered nn Ington cnplialis the ground that tho lower court erred. nbout $100,000 CAPITAL NOTES. Hawc 'BV11I Kv I ' i Jl STATE RESTS ITS CASE r I. DEFENSE WILL PIIESENT ITS state of Guerro, who was visiting the BIDE IN COOPER TRIAL. ort at the time. One of the numliers on the programme consisted of a series Piitol Holster Found in Pocket of of moving pictures. While the operator Dead Senator' Overcoat Who was exhibiting thec, a lm caught fire, Placed It There. n blaze was quickly communicated 11 t Nashville, Tenn.-Abscn- oe off some Its plan of procedure caused nn adjournment until trial for Saturday In the Cooper-Ktisrthe murder of former Senator K. W. Garmack. The State first announced that it rested its case in chief. When the defense- nsked until Saturday to prepare, and the continuance wns granted, announced McCnrn Attorney-Genera- l that some missine witnesses would be here by that time, and that he would offer their testimony. The State lias satisfied ltelf with offering testimony to proe that Senator Carmack was slain by Robin .1. and Duncan B. Cooper, that John Sharp, when ho heard the shots, knew what they were without looking around, and that prior to the killing several conferences had been held. This, the Stnte contends, lays the foundation for proof of conspiracy. The State slops here and' waits for the defense to offer its case. Attorney, flcncral McCnrn ha subpoenaed sixty-fou- r witnesses, and has used scarcely a score. The others will be held in reserve The defense has not isfor rebuttal. sued a summons, but tajsits witnesses will be present without court process. By not Issuing subpoenas it prevents the Stnto from knowing its witnesses' names. The only Incident of Thursday's testimony was the State's nttempt to prove by implication that the pistol holster found in the dead senator's overcoat pocket was put there by one of the attorneys for the defense, when, a few weeks ago ho went to the morgue and tried on the overcoat.. Two witnesses testified it wns not in the jmckct when the Benator was killed. It was found in the pocket by Gen. Washington of counsel for the defense, when lie tried on the overcoat. of the defense to arrange - State witnesses ami u desire on the part and (o some bunting which had been ued for decoruthe purposes. In an Incredibly short time, the llamc.i spread to all parts of the structure. There vere(but tjirtje narrow exits, and niulienre rusiioi w the pnnlestrickcn these, many falling and being crushed "Now for a Scoopl" to death, choking the only avenue of es- enpe with IsmIIc. The screams of thoso imprisoned were terrifying and heart rending. Pitiful scenes of grief arc Mug en acted on the streets of tho little west coast- - port. Men, women and children are wandering from place to place hunt ing for relatives or friends. Many of the den'd nre from tho first families, of the state, the affair at the theater being a social event of considerable M and calling out tho wealthiest JJ 2 and oldest families for miles around. Dee llflhted!" In koine Instances, . entire, families were wiped out of existence. The municipal authorities caused large BLOODY GARB SHOWN trenches to bo dug, and into these the remains of the dead were laid, ltecng-nitio-n of any of the dend has been an SENSATIONAL INCIDENT IN THE impossibility, owing to the fact that COOPER-SUAR- P CASE. '. the bodies were burned, in most rases, to- a crisp. ExamKNOX WINS IN HARD FIGHT Every Oarment Curiously - vvi Islington Kr Gusrds Will Soon Be Recalled. Adjt. (Jen. Johnston reports that of the lain Hniniii then, ara now but 10 men nn duty In fled of his ApKtn e districts. Indication nmlnatlcu. to the nlnht-rldcIs John 0. Cr aru that they will soon lie called home, ami thnt the militia will bo out of the T. Crosthwslt!. field for tho first time since Gov. Will. IxiHlsvtlle. Ky T " son went Into ofllce. Louisville, pre',), ' Medal Urease I Governor Extends Thinks. In a proclamation do v. Wlllson ex mldreas at tbi Couti' tended the thanks of Ksntucklaiva to Campbell i, those who originated ami roslored wie league at Npwj,. Lincoln memorial Idea and to PrssstIvilsrltle Kv d( in llooscvrlt and other distinguished men who contributed to innklng the lm spent a jait tlen In the fed' t centenary celebration a success. l w,-notT , - i ,km ui f SOUTH AT THE INAUGURATION Oovernors of Southern States Will Be Present. Washington. (lev. II. H. ('ewer ol Alabama, Itohert S. Hadley of Missouri, Peiinenell of Delaware, and Chatles S. Dcneen of Illinois, hae wi tilled the com mltte that they would attend the com ing inauguration ceremonies. The Smith is beginning to show Uf in the military lagniit. The line el march wilt Include the company of Smith Isrollnu militia from Aikeni the Walker Light Hoards, Company II, from Ktohmond, ami the cadet battalion from the (ieorgia military institute, with about lio (ieorgia n lit line. There will hn a numls-- r of Chll War veterans in line, and it will be the first ever marched time any at the inauguration of a Republican president. NAVAL ' Two-Third Majority Provision Laid Aside. Is' ined by Jurors Widow of Slain Editor Taken From Room." . WOULD Anti-Saloo- CONDEMN GOVERNOR n mile for the Confederate reunion over all railroad Unci in the territory east of the Mississippi river and south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers was decided upon by the Southeastern 1'asien-ge- r Association. It is more than probable thnt sldo trips wil) ulso, be announced, making n rate of one fare for the round trip, plus 25 cents. This will enable erson coming to Memphis for the reunion to continue their trips to any point in Arkansas, Texas, Missis sippi, Missouri, Tennessee or Oklahoma, ana remain two weeKs, then return to Memphis and resume their trip home NEGRO WORKERS CONFER. on the original ticket purchased for the Race Haa Not Learned Value of reunion. The roads in the .Southwestern territory, consisting of all states west Sunlight and Air. Ala At the session of the of the Mississippi and south of the MisTuskeiree. souri river, will make no announcement National Negro Workers' conference Dr. as to rates until the meeting of the B. P. Lloyd, formerly assistant city phyPassenger Southwestern Association sician of Savannah, made the statement that 7,000 negroes in the city pf Sa- some time in April. vannah are llviue in u space of 1,500 by Cotton Meeting Adjourned. 2,100 feet sipiare, this by actual measNew York. Changes in the urement, whereas every (terson ought to fuhave from SOU to 1,000 cubic feet of and rules, guternlng contracts for ture deliveries were discussed at a air space. The health commission meeting of the New York Cotton found five persons living in one Exchange held Thursday. Considerable eight by twelve feet square. room "In the district in Savannah to which opposition wus developed to the changes as embodied in the report of the .Marsh I refer," he said, "at least 100 houses, whose actual measurements aru Committee, which submitted its Uniting of 6x8 and 8x10 feet, are being erected. providing for the certain Intermediary grades of cotton These are riot houses, but death traps. "We liave not succeeded," he con- and methods of determining their valuatinued, "In teaching our people the value tion. Speaker urged that more time be of sunlight and air, the result Is the given the members to acquaint themselves with the details of the proosed enormous uinouut of pneumonia, tuberchanges. culosis and diseases of children." by-laly two-roo- Louisville, Ky, A spirited wrangle waa precipitated in the league convention at the Coliseum Thursday afternoon, when, a resolution was submitted to send to tli? legislature of Tennessee congratulations on the acprohibition tion in passing a State-widlaw. It was also proposed to send a inesage of censure to Gov. Patterson fur his refusal to approte the action of the legislature. State Superintendent West and President Beauchamp led a victorious light against the measure. Kb little feeling was aroused, but the wave, of trouble soon rolled Into n condition of placidity. The committee on legislation recommends that the goverpor and mayor bo clothed with power to remove from office the chief of police or other official not enforcing the law. A la,w making possession of a United States tax receipt' prima facie evidence of guilt is also recommended. The recommendations of the committee were heartily concurred in. Anti-Saloo- n e League Has Wrangle. t Bitter Washington. Hy a vote of 173 to the house today passed the bill to .Senator Knox's removing the eligibility for "the office of secretary of state. Ihis was the second vote of the day on this measure, and the two were separated only by about two hours' time. The first' vote was taken on the bill under general order for the sus pension of the rules, but under that order, according to the standing rules of the house, a bill must receive a two- thirds majority to insure its passage The first vote stood 179 to 123, the ma jority thus falling considerably below s the requirement. Immediately after this wu an nounced, the house" committee on ruies held a meeting, which resulted in Mr. Dalzell bringing in a rule making it in order for tiie house to again take up upon it under conditho bill and,-actions which would require only a majority vote to pass it. 117, br two-third- t REUNION RATES ANNOUNCED Southeastern Passenger Association Agrees on One Cent Per Mile. Memplrfa, Tenn, A rale of 1 cent per Nashv ill-- . Tenn. Exhibiting . the bloody clothing worn by enatorCar-macon the afternoon he was killed brought vitidly before the members of the Coojier-Sharjury some of thegnie-sonu- details of the tragic event, This was a sensatioiul incidcnt'lii it way. Garment by garment the clothes were removed from the box in wTilch they bare rested since bring taken, from the body on the night of November 0. The tiThe jury watched silently. Interest. lery gurgled in sympathetic Neck were craned far forward for fear of missing some patch of bloodstain or for fear the course of the bullet, us it plowed its way through thin linen Into human llesh, might be overlooked. Following the ojeratIon and with professional skill, (!. W. Jones, the embalm-c- r, who dressed Senator Curmack's body that night, told his story, lie traced the course of each of the three bullets, showed how each had entered the body and how it had left it, ami handed to the jury the crimsoned undershirt and the top shirt with Its small, faint sign of blood. The collar was likewWe exhibited, indicating just where the neck wound was received and how big a wound it was. This was the sensational incident of the day's proceedings. It affected the audience. It was a central theme of discussion with the gallery. It was the melodramatic exhibition that the morbidly curious had waited for. The sight seemed to revive interest in the further development of : the trial. k p BILL PASSES SENATE Battleship Size Remains as Provided in House Bill. Washington. 000, The naval bill, carrying - total appropriations uf about J 130,000,- was Wednesday (Hissed by the senate, after having been under ronsid' eration for three days. The bill was changed by the restoration of the house provision for two Istttleshlps of 26,000 tons displacement, to cost $0,000,000 each. An Ineffectual effort was made to de feat the amendment for the restoration of the marine corps to battleship and cruisers of the navy, whieh was placed In the measure while the senate was proceeding in the committee of the w hole. During the last hour of the srsslun today, Senator talollette severely erlll ctsrd the methods of the navy, declaring that senatorial lutluence in the work of the department caused an unbusinus like development uf navy yard and t tions. LAF0LLETTE DENOUNCED. Penrose Declares lie Is Tired of Wlsconsnn's Claptrap. Washington. The jiostofflie bill, carrying appropriations of oxer $2J'J,00O,-00was passed by the senate Thursday, after a tery stormy debate, during which Senator Penrose, In charge of the measure, made an ungry assault ujkiii Senator lafl'ulhitte, who had into a generul criticism of' the senate committees because of what he termed their unwarranted delay In reporting great appropriation bills, Mr. Lnl'ollelte had at length chljled the senate with permitting a glut of Important legislation to he disused of in haste during the last days of congress. Responding In angry tones, Mr. Penrose charged the senator from Wisconsin with having failed to attend meetings of committee of which he was u member, finally declaring that hi criticism sounded more like the arguments "made by a tcudor of a patent medicine from the tail door of a cart in the village of Wisconsin" than those of a senator of the I'nitcd States. 0, ntered ( CHIEF GERONIMO DEAD AT 78 Noted Apache Had Been a Prisoner for Many Years. tleronlmo, the Apache chief, died of pneumonia today at Port Sill, where he had been a 1'ulted States prisoner for twenty-onyears. I In was 78 years of age. Chief Ceronimo I unicd by his eighth wife, whom he married only two year ago. When near to death some time ago, (ieronimu saldt "1 am pruylng to the white man's God, who ha made mo a man fit for heuteu, to (pare my life for a few year longer to spare It until I am freed from custody and see my people in free homes." A quarter of a century ago the mere mention of Ceronimo a name was tif llcient to strike terror Into the ranch ers and settlers of the Southwest. This Mexican, who was raptured with the Apaches during one of their rulds and was adopted by them, lesiucd to light when he was 10 years old and later proved the crurk-s-t and most blood' tmrsiy rliler o the tribe. More Money For Weevil. Washington. Senator of Mississippi, Introduced an amendment eduesday to the agricultural uppropria tion bill, increasing the appropriation tor trie linestlgatlon and extermination if jKissible, of the boll weell, to $100,-00The amendment wus referred to the committee on agriculture-- which probably will meet Friday, and Senator McLuurlu sanguine of it adoption Tho agricultural appropriation bill, u it passed the house, curries only $110,000 for Investigating and lighting the boll e half-breeMcl-uurfn 1 Law ton, Okla. against Chief . f Memorial Drldoe May De Erected. -A movement has been started for far $10JMO for fj!tho erection of a memorial bridge Lexington. h T ' e spanning the Kentucky river at the i,i,, i foot of Capitol avonur. connecting imiHij worn .... v nJ rl. North and Houth Frankfort, to be or, known as the Lincoln Davis memorial banks wore rl. s, d n business hosts, s a ) i bridge In schools .,r, 1 held Republican State Committeemen Meet, Iulsrllle Ky I Itcpubllean politicians of Kentucky ordare looking forward with Interest to the TrW rosult of the mooting of slate commit- - concerning hi Ktnoyr Abraham I teeaicn of the republican part) at Isvtlln. An extra session of the gefe teach or, a Marl ,i ' oral assembly to extend the provisions grated to Kntx of the county unit law may be a raralL WIMtamsborg K ,1. Wilt Consider Car Service Question. police Judge ut Treated and rl The Kentucky railroad eommlsakM llantalwrg, th.will soon take up the car servlco que which Is becoming quite an lm charge af nor t ,v tlon. hi:; f iiortant one over the? entire state. At $100 again! a meeting hold In IxiuUrlllc It was an menu tiiMincod by Chairman Stler that notice Louisville. Kv T will lm given for all to bo heard. I. ventlon over h. id I en Covington Firms Sued. Potltlonr wero filed In the atnto ft' The sessions cat court horn by Auditor's Agent He cxerrlio. Kffors horn against CruUlor & Cretgler. Hen ward stamping ry It Meyers and Neal. Hoffman & In the dry coun'i, Co.. of Covington, who hold that un K K dor tho act of 10G these companies Union Tobaro s should pay a license of $100 each. hero to eonsld- - ' Ky. President William milted to the Uulmctnu. ' Vroat, of Heron college. ")k he to the too)lng f probablo that tihas fla.OAO of the $50,000 to be raised In Kentucky toward tho vslablUhment, lths dark section w of tho proposed Lincoln Institute, a no-London, Ky H gro Industrial school. n Itnrhasl Spark Kv Tho Ilroathltt circuit with Kollx Ihattv n r Jackson. to bo as exciting for tho livery ban and -' court promise tho Illegal whisky dealer and other 8pork and toixn violators of the law as Common Pnulknor announ wealth's Attorney Kn.sh and grand struct the Jury Jury can mako It. Alroady 6P0 men not guilty. have been served with summons to ap. ' Islington. Kv ' pfwr beforo tho grand Jury. ' aid the ratni'a'i,'- llesgle waa ar subscriptions to I Cytithlana, Ky. rested huro by the sheriff of Harrison proposed new ft county on a warrant received front was not the sue Thomas W. Harris, of Covington. I leu expected Lexlng - c glo. It Is claimed, defrauded n Coving- $10,000, whereas tJi ton merchant of a sum of money. Ho tsregalcd only $09" gave bnll In this city In tho sum of $1,000 and will appoar beforo the court Louisville. Ky Two at Covington. mlttcos of the A c can Hallway At" Louisville, Ky. Charging that Alio roscntlng the ir" I" t has been greatly humiliated, embar- tho United Stn'c ' J rassed and outraged because of tho leo. aro In session ' i failure of Kdwln W. Ledmitn, of tho will bo submitted prominent Jewelry firm of S. K. Ing of the as- - ' man & Son, to marry her. Miss Ada noxt April. Dusenberry, of Wyoming, a suburb of Cincinnati, filed suit In tho circuit Ilopkltiivillc. K court hero fur $10,000. riled here prating ' VW' Danville. Ky. Tweuty alleged blind Junction agilns' tiger Uoopers, on tho border line of Klnslns, flnm H Whliloy county, Ky.. and Scott county, and O. M. Kca'" ia Tenn., wero swooped down upon by h last year iu lrus' I posso uf heavily armed officers, who to bo established a" captured 14 while men, thrco whlto H Oray. superlr' schools, to pre vi''' w,omcn and three negroes. Ing out their duM ' Paducnh, Ky. Paducati dentists' of. tho sobool. Tht l' "' flees wero visited by burglara, who election wus UkRi' gold and such dimlal work backers of the I atolo all tho . ns could be sold. Kren scraps of gold boundary line f r ' at lfwere cleaned up and tho discrimination which left out f shown by the thieves leads to tho con wore entitled ' , r, ' elusion that they are expert In such were opposed ' knowledge. Pollco bullero there Is a They say that ' r"' cf In St. IjjuIs or Chicago whuro counted In favor fence " that, therifcn' ' dentists' material Is disposed of. There and Is no clew to the thieves, have been 51 to 41 rr 1 V " k1 Antl-Ssloo- n tho Internal i. i I f r ' ! r -- '' M Id ' ' -- " f it ,ti ,'1 1 appropriated last year Completes Pension Bill. The senate committee Washington. en pensions toduy completed Its consideration of the ifcuslou appropriation bill and its report to the senute. The only Importuilt chan0 made in. the bill was the elimination of the provision for the agenconsolidation of all of the cies throughout the country Into one The bill curries office at Washington. lo0,02,000, while tho house bill car derles $160,700,000, Tho former I n of fi.UtflOO from the amount crease NO BLUE AND GRAY REUNION. nj .BISHOP 1I0SS IMPROVES. Only Confederates Are Invited to Meet-iIn Memphis. New Orleans, La. (ien. William E. Mtckle, adjutant general of tho United Confederate Veterans, today gave out the staUmuut saying that there would be no joint session of the "blue and No invitation's the gray" at Memphis. tv(ll be Issued to any but Confederate to take part In the reunion, us th of the order absolutely forbid i my Invitation to others, Will Be Out of the Hospital in Three Weeks. Baltimore, Md. Itlshoji Moss, who was operated on al the Johns Hopkins Hospital Monday, is doing nicely and his condition I very futorable. lie is resting well, and Dr. Young, hi physician, is moru than pleased with the way in which the bishop U reKimling to treatment. If he continues to improve it is Mleved the bishop will lie out of the hospital ill three weeks' time and then he will go to hi hwu in Nutlmllu to rt'CUvrute. Lexington. Ky. Prot. M. A. Scovlll. at tho hem! of tho stato pure food com mission, advised a committee from tho organlr.atluu of Kentucky millers Unit tho law Intended to prevent the bleaching of flour with peroxide of nitrogen will be enforced. Lexington, Ky.-T- rial of the Htoll will oaso. Involving tho cBtute of S. Sloll. distiller and turfman, vnluod at $160,000. was begun In circuit court here. Mrs. Stoll mid children seek to have tho circuit court rulo that Jos. e SUll died Intestate. Lexington. Ky I Mrs. Frances I' I'' of tho KonflKkv ' Tomporanco I'liK1" sloii' h ' foundation dullvery romliiK and tho browerb "v- i - Ja. weevil. Justice Jo.i MJ sell tho valuai'b property of Jvlf ' eniiuont for $ Hon for that l,ou!nvllle. Hardy, great Kf " ''. . d " f ) WOULD GAG PRESS WASTING THE PUBLIC MONEY. Figures Show droit Extravagance Roosevelt Administration. of Gossip of Washington Smt Is Oolnti On n( the Nndonal CnpUii!. PRESIDENT'S ANIMUS AGAINST NEW YORK WOHLDC; . ' X)urln January thero was an Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Entire Case Is an Absurdity, Yst Fraught with Danger to the Liberties Dear to the Peoplo O aht Scenes When President i i I off l3 ,,.S That tho rnscino-(.t- i merlcnn f anltal mor)ran cnpltnl ttio beauty nml 1 i ourl costumes of nml tli" otncflr n r vy who nro roRii-rvloo for nodal lc i ontrorcrtod. find r combined r jl ceremony K frim nnd surrounding n i 1 rued fltatos nnd hi ret ' rojtrosontnllvroi .. .) t thin government, nnd IntorostliiK ,, if known In the ' n outside of Wash- . i l . ! nt of the f United .i . t, at the afternoon. if n nff.nr In In the slruniu. i a a ti rml entertain ' , i I aMilmonts f u I. i f L n.iiliary and natal tor appear nt tho in company with thn t c" " than full dress ! ni1! their swords at iLr ratno li true of tho - a ' .'9 and minister c w. ar lu every after dark, ho U aids from' all r. npWs Next Berth U.Y t ' r IVM LOKII. JIU n f'. ting the president a the Whlto llouso .2,' fars. Is causing his VI.I ' 1s " tiff- - political anxl-t- " prmlnent There Is Hejiub-- ! ' 1 f ' , tVat a retiring presl-- r l HislM must tako to rt tary. nad It 1ms r. .intent ion I'rosl-- . t n time-- ' o 3 he - f e MrforIoeb tho starts 11 troll dark ' ' f I'aitng I.oob hare a ' i! ryiiRh. Just why no 1 ' ",jt i ' r famo as secretary For. while hi. J ' i Mr Cartolyou, rainril. there Is no taa been very cltl- - n .ML I'm H r' the capltol nnd con-- ! I ' rary grounds, the and the ltotanlcnl t 'r of Washington ir "a- - C 000 acros In parks. ' l jO triangles and clr-- r in v i t 'srsectlons and miles f r' alod asphalt streets J !uards of many other t:vr of all theso parks i "tan This beauty snot "3 ' Immediately adjoin-al purk. which con-- ' "ta ami Its natural com-'rjeka and stroams. hills MC a and meodowM go to "v thr Dnest groundwork U W In any city In tho :' - " ? ff .' -- it f -X r P i ': a ItMlcvard down li lalily a hundred years r.l, .tics of this park nro fill, Including tho Hock city of Washington. the Itlvcrsldo drlvo- - lan 'ski I to Pension Cleveland's Widow hi J"V that tho widow and l former President ' t Klven a punslon "i Informally by con-- l ave declared thorn''" aniline her onn 1 v "I Is willing to ao'.'""Hon but thr.t con-- , !:c r 'ly to voto It to hor. n now il0 surviving , nlted Htutos, threo r ' I r sldenta still llvo 1 'iitWId. Mrs. Ilonja. Mix . Clevolaud. "s now survlvod ,t ! -' : 1 1 - "1 that tluio suo has iian twaniyevon Tho president's proceeding agnlnst O.o Now York World has rcachod A stago whero It Is tlmo to stop laughing. statutes aro being sought for nnd unearthed to what endT To provo tho World guilty of libeling tho United States govern-niontOstensibly. Hut Is Hint tho of the World If offenso tliro tins been? A n matter of fact, In tho popular mind enlightened by tho published facts In tho caso, tho offenso which tho World haa committed Is not ino lluellng of tho United 8tate government, hut venturing to criticise an Individual who chances to bo sorvlng tho peoplo of thn United States in tho office of president. For that Thcodoro' Itoosovclt lias nbundant protection and means of redress. Tho libel laws, offer protection to every citizen. Ho may havo causo for criminal action against tho world, but If ho has, It a ns a citizen. It Is nbsurd to say that tho United States government haa been libeled, or In any way Injured, by tho publications ot tho World or nny other newspspor, or all other newrpa-perA mere statement of tho caso. shows Its absurdity, nnd yot tho Imperial might of tho United States government Is InvnkPd to wreak on a private tndlvldunl becauso ho has offended n public official. What Intorcst havo tho tmpajem ot tho United Stntes In a brawl between Theodore Hooscvolt, who chances to bo president, nnd Joseph 1'ulIUer who owns n nowspnpor? Frankly, tho Journal was not Inclined to tako tho threatened proceedings seriously; but thoso proceedings havo developed Into a dangerous attack on tho freedom ot tho press. If A few yrar ago thero was a schema our government, If men Intrusted afoot to elect Mr. lxcb ss president of with tho government nro not to bo a Washington street railroad company. crltlfclurd, how aro unfitness, dishonHo beenmo greatly Interested In tho esty and corruption to bo detected and matter, enlisted some financial friends suppressed? In New York and bought Into the stock A dangerous expedient la this digof the road quite heavily. Ambitious ging up of archaic statutes to punish nrgumenta wcro advanced regarding a nowspaier for criticising an otllclal. what Mr. Ixob could do for the road. It hns an exceedingly sinister look It has to go before congress, session now. When personal vanity nnd perof legislation, sonal power menace tho freedom of after session, for which aro very cssentlsl nono tho less. the American press, tho situation Hut senators, who have llttlo liking ceasoa abruptly to bo amusing, for tho president. Intimated that the Journal. man who had served as tho president's secrotary would havo a fine old tlmo Threatened Backward Step. persuading them to vote for his bills. Whllo Journals by tho hundred aro Therefore the owners of the street railroad bogan quietly to lay plana for multiplying In Turkey and China to sentitho Loob presidential Influcnco tho course of public policy, to Idea, and about a year ngo another ment, to direct tho public logical was cboseii to head tho street rail- discern and foreseo tho of political doctrines and tenway. tho Hlnco then Secretary Loeb's name dencies, nnd to Instruct readers in Unishall tho irt of has ben mentioned la connection ted States encourngo a theory of governwith a number of good posts by ment-regulated Journalism, on offiof capltol gossip, but each cially determined typo of public opinstory has been In lurti denied thought Tho latest report Is that ho will be- ion, a virtual censorship of congress and tho sucome collator of tho port of Now Not If tho people, premo court know It. Somo of tho York after March 4. Journaldnest tributes to present-daism, Its agency as n detector and a a of crime through publicity, have ;omo from contemporary as well as way. now known as Potomac driveway. past Justices ot tho supremo court. Tho Illvcr park, which rcachoa from It Is Justlco Harlan who says: the capital to the Islands of tho Poto"Tho standard of public virtue Is mac, contains In the nggregato 1.600 higher than It was 25 years ago. A acres, but does not represent an amal- vast deal of this Is duo to tho fact that gamated wholo as does tho Hock Creek tho public press of this country, overy rark. day nnd liour of Its existence, Is turnIn tho northern portion of the city, ing its light Into the dark places, Is about it mllo eastward from Hock ferreting out corruptions at their birth, Creek, park nnd connected therewith and bringing beforo tho peoplo that by tho old military road over which which they ought to know; nnd thero-forunion nrmles marched In tho defenso I bellavo In the provision of tho of Washington, Is the Soldier Homo 1)111 of Hlghts. which says. 'Nor shall park. Commanded by a group of congress mako any laws abridging tho whlto marblo buildings erected on tho freedom of tho press!"' highest point In tho city, the park slopes toward tho city over an extent The Crum Appointment. of 602 ncros. Still another park, Senator Tillman has announced Ms Analostan, In southeast Washington where tho river flats will somo day Intention of oxertlng every endeavor bo one of the flower gardens of tho to provont tho confirmation of W. D. national cnpltnl, contains GtO acres. Crum. tho negro doctor, na collector Tho last of the larger parks, also In of tho port of Charleston, nnd In his north Washington, Is Tscoma park, light ho should hnvo tho heart? support of ovcry southern senator. This containing 739 acres. Other amusement places aro tho light Is as much that of tho other Henry and Beaton purka of 32 acres; southern senntors ns It Is of Senator Ourfleld park, !t acres; Judiciary Tlllmnn, for thoy may havo tho samo BQiinro, whoro Is tho pension office. 13 problem to fnco in tho near future. acres, nnd Howard University park of Wo do not know oxactly how Judgo 12 acres. square. In front Toft stands on the matter of tho apof tho Whlto llouso on the north. In pointment of negroes to o dices In tho which no trees or bush In duplicated, south, but It Is rumored ot Washington that Mr. Hoosuvolt has mndo tho contains six ncrcs, appolntmont nt tho request of tho Incoming president, who desired to bo relieved of tho embarrassment of selecting n nogro for tho place In drawn u pension of J5.000 a year from of tho sentiment of tho whlto tho government, nnd no money that peoplo of tho community on whom ho comes from tho treasury la mora New Orleans Times bo inflicted. cheerfully paid. Tho first tlmo a pen- Is to Democrat. sion was over suggested for tho widow was In tho caso ot of an How Times Have Changed. William Henry Harrison, who died one When Urovor Cleveland enjoyed a month alter his Inauguration. Tho death of Harrison nppoaled trip aboard tho yncht ot his old friend. peculiarly to tho nation, and tho Hum Commodore Uoncdjrt, overy Hopubll of 125,000 outright was voted her. Bho enn editor In tho Unltod States delived to enjoy Kb proceeds for n porlod nounced Mr. Clovoland ns a traitor and of 23 years. Tho second. Mrs. Tyb r, protested In frenzy against the danjor druw a pension of 5,000'pcr annum ot Mr. Ilonedlct's Influunce In affairs of for 27 years. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln itato. was hIvuu J25.000 and un additional Our present chief magistrate officialpension of $5,000 per annum. 0 runt's ly sanctions Mr. Morgan's illcgnl mer widow also rccalved $5,000 a year, on ger of tho Tennessee Coal & Iron Comdid tho widow of I'reohleut MoKlnloy. pany with tho steal trust, appoints Mr Most ot tho of tho Morgnn'B partnsr swrotary of stat, Mr. Morgan's United States died In advance of tholr and make wlvos, although thero are uotnblo ex- secrutary of the navy. ceptions. Thomas Jnffupion outllvod What would llopublloau odltors havo his wlfQ 41 years, Martin Vau Uuren said had Mr. CluveJaiul, InBtaad of Mr. i3 yuara. Itoouovclt, committed theso thruo aotst and tho military and nafnl attaehea of tho ambnsslos nnd Icua Ions Two jsrent occsslons on hlch tho Whlto Homo la resplendent with tho KorRfotia unlformi of tho dlplomnti and our own military nnd natal men aro tho reception of tho president on January 1. when every momhr of tho corps, with til wife nnd diitiRhtera, calls to wlh tho president a happy Now Year, and nbonl ten days Inter at the diplomatic reception prescribed by precedent, which la tho first of a scries of formal evening receptions tho president gives during tho winter Upon numerous occasions, nnd always nt tho White House, both tho bond of tho navy and of tho army appear In their conspicuous full dress mijform. which aro qulto m rich as those of many of tho foreign ambassadors nnd ministers. Scarcely second In brllllnncy to the reception given by tho president to tho diplomats Is that nt which ho Is host for the army and navy, when hundreds of tho higher officers of both branches of tho servlco attend In their gnla uniforms. Tho senior aids to tho president, who mnko all of the presentations to him at alt entertainments nnd attend him upon nil occasions, practically live In their nftlclal regalia, while the younger aids aro almost dally called upon to wear their best uniforms. In fact, thero Is a splendor about tho official social llfo of tho American capital which Is scarcely second to that of any court of Eurot, and which sets It apart from all other cities of tho United Stntos. Long-forgotteT s. von-gcan- Entertains of America. of nlmost $17,000,000 In tho public debt, which Is duo to n heavy decrease In the cash held by tho trcas. ury. Tho rocclptB from nil sources woro $17,480,428, and ho disburse-stent$(53,024,260, tho doflct for tho month being $15,543,842, nnd for tho year $79,8H,443. Thero was a slight gain In customs over January, 1908, and a loss of n Ilttla moro than $1,000,000 In Internal Tho revenuo. total receipts fell off by $2,000,000, whllo thoro waa an Increase In expenditures of $1,207,000. All tho Items show an Increase except publlo works. In which thoro was a slight falling off. The most Interesting fact Is thy growing expenditures, .which were $47,827,000 In January, 1907; $58,817,000 In January. 1908, and last month, Comparing tho expenditures with thoso of tho first four months of this year wo find thnt they nro larger than for nny month except July, when tho bills aro always heavy. For tho year ending with last June tho deficit was $58.- ()00.000 It Is already almost $80,000,- 000 this year, with five months yet to run. Tho nvallnhlo cash balance la n shodo under $300,000,000. Of courso this Is nn extraordinarily bad showing. It Is tho natural result of the gross extravagance which has chnincterlzed tho Hooscvolt administration. Thero Is nothing to bo said Hint has not been said many times . InI li II f n f... .viu . iuni mm. ,wit? iiumint' jui cm exposition ot the racts or tne situation may ultimately impress the people, and through them their representatives, with tho noed for economy. Thero Is no reason why wo should appropriate a billion dollars for administering tho government for one year. That amount cannot bo spent wisely. The outlook nt present Is for an even larger deficit next year. s V. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That wo ofl'cr to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. It. BUCHANAN, President. IT. J. A. THOriPSON, Cashier. DIRECTORS Buchanan, J. J. C. Bondurant, O. I). Thralkeld, J, W. Alexander. Dr, J. M. Hubbard. R. M. Islar, T. A. 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Tho political Influences which sustnln navy yards In locations aro all congressional; tho various plans for making work for government employes are strongly supported at tho capltol. So that any Inquiry directed exclusively to departmental methods will fall short of disclosing the wholo truth, whatever clso It may discover. And when tho matter of naval cxpcndlturo Is considered in its broader aspect it will bo seen that nn immense waste of public money, not necessarily an improper waste, is inseparable from tho policy ot naval expansion to which nil civilized nations are commlttod. Tho progress of naval science yearly converts costly war machinery Into useless Junk; the life ot guns and ships Is brief; and the mad raco ot naval constructors to produce bigger and bigger battleships necessarily reduces the fighting value ot lesser vessels." i it will pay you to investigate this plan. It will interest yeu if you are paying rent. I carry tho only complete lino ot buildlntr material, builder's hardware, sash and doors to bo found In the city. My prices are right. You be the judge; call and see. I "W. ... -- IDOTDIDS OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . Absolutely THE BEST- nillionaire Canned Goods. FRESH MEATS .. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Cell on or telephone us when in nonl of GROCERIES, or FEEDSTUFES. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. o Men Will Agree. Upon thla point wo conceive that men will not disagree. In many respects tho proceeding Is unfortunate. For ono thing. It may bo suggested that tho United States government Is not so unstablo that It Is llablo to bo overthrown by what any two or a dozen newspapers may say about 1L Tho publlo looks with upon anything suspicion whatever that can be Interpreted as an attack upon tho freedom ot tho press. All imaglnablo 111 consequences from oxcesslvo Uconso aro as nothing compared with tho evils of a press which lias been harried Jhto subservience nnd a government which has freed Itself from tho restraint of criticism. This Is tho outcome to which Mr. lloosevelt's libel suits tend, though ho may not know it or wish It. It might interest him to recall tho punishment which tho country Inflicted on tho old Federalist party for passing tho alien and sedition acts. Adams' provocation wan greater than tho World gave Mr. Roosevelt, but tho people wrecked tho party which sought to muzzle tho press. Portland (Hup.). Falr-Mlnde- d Ore-gonla- n TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D. O. Ramage, deceased.) flarble and Granite rionuments CURDINO, STONE IRON : : WORK of all kinds, HICKriAN, FENCINa. : KBNTUCKY Davidson & StubUs Ii Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's nCMTIAKJ kJ iJCll CTC t . .i-- xs Tonsorial Parlors Hot and cold In Hickman. baths; eloctrlo lights and fans. nnd everything hydraulic chairs for comfort. Best defl-nnc- Pey on Which to Hang Blame. Tho whole tarl!? commission plan Is a Hepubllcan confession ot Inability to mnko a fair, frank and Just revision of tho schedules. They nro bo hampered, bound and hedged about by embarrassing promises, understandings and connections that they aro seeking to shift tho responsibility for dolnii things they would llko to do but dar not in tho faco of plain public sentiment. Tho Hopubllcans know that they must rcvlso the tariff or como They dar Into absolute disrepute. not rovlso It as It should bo revised and thoy want u commission to which tho blutno for broken promises may be shifted. That Beams to bo tho wholo M'crut ot the tariff commission plan. It looks as If tho speaker wcro not Inclined to permit the admission ot Arizona and Now Mexleo as Hates. This, ot'eoureo, would settle the iuos Hon, as in tho bouso the majority rule and under tho rules tho speaker con V7 I I t 0S I In. C. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. " OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Union City, Ovor CowrIU's drug; Tenn. B. A. " WoHofe Splenditl Selection . . . ll I FOR SALE I A 1 INeW DOOKS, Stationery, PostCards, Notions, Etc. Mary Berendes&Gompany crty at rejisonalilo prices. If you Iiavo real estate, for sale, lot iw gel yon a buyer. ADDRESS: son-lnla- staT.i: Hickman Courier Realty On y. 8tltutes tho majority. ' CTRA Y LOCAL NOTES TAKE&t IFP,.. We Hope You Are Well Wc hope so, but should you not be, remember we have the most complete medicine store in this local-ity. Particularly our prescription department which is conducted by n competent pharmacist who is well supplied with highest quality drugs Come in and sec us. Go to Hickman Drug Co. for your garden seed. Geo. Jewett was here from" .May- field, Friday. Everything in groceries Bettersworth & Prather. , ,v And what became of the 0. E. S. movement in Hickman? Lloyd Draffen was a visitor 'here from Mayfield la ft week. List your real estate with the Hick man Courier. No sale, no charge. Good Citien lutsday morin after a lingering n Con HELM & ELLISON State Line. T. A. Prather, Jr., was in Union City, Saturday, on business. Gordon Rice, of Cayce, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Mrs. Bettie Mason, of Estill Springs, has been visiting the family of Isaac Shuff . Dr. D. C. Maddox, of Memphis, was the guest of home folks a few days last week. Miss Mattie Seay, our popular school mistress, was the guest of Mt. Zion friends last Sunday. J. P. Maddox spent several days in Memphis last week. His brother accompanied him home Thursday. Miss Mary Burrus attended services at Mt. Zion, Sunday, and was the guest of Miss Kitty Mott Glenn. Mrs. J. E. Dollahlte, of Brilliant, is the guest of Mrs. J, T. Dillon. Call 33 it puts you in touch with the home of good groceries deliver ed pormptly. Don't ask who but iust teleDhone No. 4 for groceries, and sec If you don't get the best in town. Ala., Take Notice ! Miss Mollie Bourn:, one of the in the state, will be VII- iKouturkr StntulM Sp. BNn-A- rt. with Smith & Amberg again this Duties Biul 1'oimth of lcveo CoimnUslonrra) season. I his week she is in Chica-coi- n the interest of this season's Duties and powers of levee commissioners. Said levee commission work, and next week she will spend ers shall superintend and see that in at Lculs. all levees are properly constructed Henry Helm and Walter McMur- and cared for, that convenient cross ry got busy last week and made a ings of said levees are made at the river guage for Hickman, which intersection of all public roads for may now be seen at the rear of the the traveling public and at such Hickman Drug Co. store. This private crossings as said commis- guage reads 0 higher than the sioners may from time to time es- Cairo guage. Thanks gentlemen. tablish. That at any time said com missioners may deem said levees in Dr. I. H. Reed recently purchas peril or danger of being damaged ed a handsome new auto in St. Louis or destroyed after being built, by and had it shipped to Hickman. reason of wind or high water, they Yesterday Dr. I. H. Reed, Dr. R. In speaking of Miss Lillian Mad- shall, after giving six hours' notice T. Rudd, Messrs. Ed Webb and dox the New York North Side News to all male persons between the ages Lee McClain went to Hickman and has the following to say : "At pres- of eighteen and fifty years, residing returned in the auto. Dr. Reed inent, besides her work in the Bronx, within the territory protected by troduced autos in Fulton, and has she has a studio in Carnegie Hall, said levee, require them to assemble owned several different kinds since where she teaches two days in each at a point to be designated by' said his first purchase. Fulton Daily Coupled with a naturally commissioners and aid and labor in News. week. musical nature is an intense love for the repairs and protecting of said Though better Axed financially her work, which makes her a most levees, for which servtce they snail than ever before in its 18 years conMiss Maddox be paid by the commissioners at the successful teacher. tinued growth, the Hickman Buildalso has quite a reputation as an ac- rate of one dollar per day. And any ing & Loan Assooiation could not companist, playing many profes- person liable to work on said levee satisfy half the demand fur loans sional engagements with well known under the provisions of this section, week. I his is a good indicaMiss Deacon, the direct, who shall fail to do so after being so last of the upbuilding of Hickman, singers tion ress of the Claremont Studios, feels notified shall be fined tor each day as every dollar loaned means a like much elated at having one so he shall so fall the sum of five dol- amount spent on improvement ot city thoroughly capable as Miss Maddox lars, to be recovered by warrant property, but it is to be regretted to assist her in her aim, which is to issued and tried by any justice of the that they could not make all bring within the reach of the people peace for said county. the loans asked. This institution of the Bronx the best possible instruchas done more towards establishing tion along the lines of music and art Route Five. homes than any other one thing in at the most reasonable prices. Those who have some Mrs. Charlie Kirk is on the sick the town, and folks wishing to obtain an education in idle cash tied up in an dd sock the branches mentioned would do list. would do well to take out a few well to consider the offer made to Fred Barnes has returned from a shares, as they are sure to realize a members of this week's visit to Obion Station. the first twenty-fiv- e reasonable return on the investment, new studio. Miss Annie Gray has returned to and at the same time help Hickman. school after a long absence. Rush Creek. High Water Coming. Allen Archie is getting along nice Hoyet Urey is suffering from ly after having his foot amputated Every precaution should be exerparalysis of the face. Goldy Wilson and Rufus Gray cised by those living or owning propBro. A. M. Walker and wife have were in Hickman, Monday, on erty behind the government levee to a fine baby at their house. keep the levee in good shape. The, Jno. R. McGehee visited his cou Henrv Howard sold a nice bunch coming high water is bound to give sin, W. B. McGehee, Thursday. of hogs last week, as did also R. P. them a test, as 48 to 52 feet is preIn dicted with the present rise. Hicks. Mrs. Etta Nailing and Miss fact, the government reports tcday Davis visited in Clinton Mon Carl Thomas, of Woodland, predict one of the biggest waters in day. his sister, Mrs. Atchie Walker, the past 25 years. Mrs. W. Crostic spent Monday at Rogers, this week. with her mother, Mrs. Mangum, of Revs. Wright, Bows and Headin, Kentucky Prisoners. Moscow. are conducting a meeting at Rogers A special from Frankfort says The Epworth League postponed school house, this week. that thereare now more convicts in their entertainment from Tuesday Rev. Metheny filled his regular the Kentucky penitentiaries than until Wednesday night. appointment at Mt Manuel, Sunday, ever before in the history of the Erroll McGehee will close his with a large crowd in attendance. Commonwealth, the total number school at Woodlawn, Friday night Harvey Toombs, Bud Caldwell, being 2,035, which does not include Some of Adron McDamel, Sid and Lester over 400 boys and girls that have with an entertainment. Rush Creek talent will assist him. Caldwell went duck shooting Satur b'een sentenced to the School of Reform. R day, at Walnut Log. We are sorry to state that J. In 1898 the Frankfort penitentiary Scott lost his barn by fire, 2 o'clock Misses Dane Brown, Grace Don Ttfcsday morning. It was struck by nell, Dora and Myrtle Howard, Eltie contained 1,423 convicts and was so that over a hundred He lost horses, hogs, B. and Mozelle Cloar and Vira ligntning. chickens and all his hay and corn Howard were pleasantly entertained were transferred to Eddyville. Today the number in the penitentiary Dr. Henry Davis, of Cairo, visit at Vera Johnson s home bunuay. there is 1,410 and when Fayette ed his parents, Henry Davis and The death angel visited the home county and one or two large counwife, Monday, tie is tn attendance of Louis Edwards and claimed for its ties send in their February consignHarry Sublett, own his beloved wife. A mother, of his brother-in-law- , ment of new prisoners, the total will of Clinton, who is ill of muscular husband and two children are left be far in excess of the record made rheumatism, Burial took place at Cresent Ceme in 1898. tery Tuesday. When the School of Reform was Yes. it looks like M. & M. are completed quite a number of young seeking the really in earnest about REX the great convicts were transferred to that Cowgill's. nomination for Kepresentattve. institution, and this fact together with the number that 'have been released on parole, has kept the number inside the walls down below the 1,400 notch for several years. Had it not been for the parole law and the School of Reform there would Sirobably be over 2,500 convicts now Instead of the 2,035. is now All the available occupied in the Frankfort prison, and if many more new ones come Aj some cells will be compelled to hold If the increase in two convicts. number continues as it has been doing, it is likely the next Legislature will have to make provision for e building, either another . -- vINl)OUl'OIATKI)j there or at the Eddyville prison. Penalty For Failing to Work On Levee. Watch for our new serial story "The Lion's Share" which will be started shortly. We will run six columns of this story each week, and advise you to start with the first chapter. Watch for it, beit trimmers IF you're keen about Fads and Fafasnciesif you're one of those s, tidious young fellows who seek the and if you very latest style-ideacannot pay more than $10.00 or $16.50 for your spring suit then you surely will enjoy wearing a "SENIOR" SMART debility, A. C, Ii passed to his U Ii ( 1)01 . was not unexpe presence piern , -- I oily, hearts of many 1 noia. hoped for his rc the weary months Andrew Craw, born in Ireland s He came to thu f htt if years of age. an delphla, where time, frrom th r "MoNm vllle, Tenn., whf- awhile. He was years civil eng, Railroad. When between the sta 1 In the service ir federacy. He Mississippi Rfff. v. in served for awhile f ir department, a(tr an active sol I."' t EM valiant battles ' ' I I loved so much, i soldier dutlng " When the war , Hickman where h J .. j Men In 1868 he va, Margaret Amlm '1.1 eh 'i who died In 18yl . be has lived a t EltenA " 2.L.WS keeping h . ? 1.3, Mr. Holmes years county Sur. and was servtn,! , hen he died. 11 characteristics, a r ordinary ability I right in all of h.s - & rail N: fellow man i' in this community t integrity, and h.s r i l ,33 the county, and grieved to hear '. from his life. .f3t!fr -' 111 v ife-Miss h-- ij -- 1 i I " l,L I c HJ 1 COLLEGE SUIT The newest ideas of the season nrc ready for a try-o- n arc you prepared to look? Hawes Hat in all the new spring styles and shapes $3. You mutt tee our line of high and low Shoes for spring, just in-$- 3.50, $4.00, $5.00. Baltzer Shake in a Bottle. Dodds D. Q. Co. INCORPORATED rled to Nashvii.es. -- mtttiif ,. at-jand under-wen- t . uu ii. Mliltail, i ..... . J health was not s. -- f h,f . ,strain. He was L ,, , home here, and ex, r. - .. Lata ..ii conscious that tfc" r , off. HesuffereJ' was conscious ' l. After giring mm-- ;: business affairs, t; ' II til! was willing an J rra, t t declared his great (a hereafter ; and sa.J shadow of a dou'.t a: ' lS VIM future that jI weltil The funeral his home, Wednei-a- y crtsfJl a. m by Rer J W VIV'ri,?" of the Methodist i.rcj.'ern L. 'ILK H t itifl n rtt MM. .i.ii.. . . ant ser.i .... r. over-crowde- d Now is the time when the doctor gets busy, and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest, un less great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry. This is the avdice of an old eminent authority, who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here, and also tells what to do in case of an attack. Get from any good prescription ounce Fluid Expharmacy one-hatract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kafgon, three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Mix by shakingin a bottle and take a tea- spoonful after meals and at bedtime. Just try this simple home-mad- e mixture at the firs sign of Rheuma tism, or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting iust right. This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator, and al most certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism, which is caused by uric acid in the blood, which the kidneys fail to filter out. Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost. Druggists in this town and vici nity, when shown the prescription, stated that they can either supply these ingredients, or, if our readers prefer they will compound the mix ture for them. lf said. Mr. Holmes is s.r..? t Greatly to the surprise of their sisters, all of wh a i t -many friends, Miss Erne Haynes and but no blood reuti i i.ju Peace to his aibj Mr. John Pyle, were married in this city, Sunday night at 8:30. Owing to the recent illness of the Methodist Church. bride s cousin, a home wedding was Subject for SunJv, r r g it dispensed with, and a few chosen 111 k c T Jra friends accompanied the contracting . I J CUluiai parties to the home of Rev. Father Hill all to be at lb i "?..--, t: ed to Guerin, of the Holy Catholic -' tJ'Church, where the ceremony was this great sub;"performed. The bride was becomingly attired Holiness Church. in blue foulard satin elaborately trimmed with baby Irish lace and 1 bands made empire. The groom in gat 2 o'cIock, was attired like all other grooms. Rev. J W. Watrt Mrs. Pyle, formerly of Ripley, day night at 7 o Tenn., has been in this city for several months, making her home Arousing Interest with her cousin, Mrs. J. 0. Ryan. , it patinr iii.inc . and has made many friends during her stay here. Mr. Pyle Is one of Christian cnurcn a. Hickman's popular young business nllanlinn nl inOl" W -men, and was reared in this city. iv anaui new ir, For two or three yean he was De His subject u:, . puty i'ostmaster, but is now Asst. was The Work cf t - Cashier of the Hickman Bank. r CTonverl ne Men t VL' -- For the present, they will be at unique and start, r, i parents, Mr. h made was "t i - 'tJ home with the groom cn" and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, in West Snlrit Hlfl not C Hickman. L Here's our sincere wishes ior a there could be no IJ ', I1UUI UC1UIC Vl long and happy lite. M j. Surprise Wedding. f'fl rri - --- --- C- -- nirion wishing P . n 9 . thirst-quench- er GARDEN SEED Iu3t received a fresh supply of the best garden seed in bulk cell-roo- m The Hickman Drug Co. cell-hous- of improvements throughout house J. B. and Rodney Jones are in for the convenience of the patrons and firm. See his announcement else- Hickman county, this week, having oeen called to the bedside of their where in this issue. who is dangerously ill. Mr. Beale is for the present keep- niece, ing books for W. A. Doddt, the Clarence Reed, the handsome lumber man, bachelor cashier of-- the Hickman Don't pay house rent when you Bank, spent Sunday in Fulton, the can own your own home much cheap- guest of his parents. Prompt service, low prices and er. See us for town lots Hickman Courier Rralty Co. good groceries at C. II. Moore's. Brownsville. and teacnings on q, Beale Sells Book Store. P " ... Miss Pearl Williams is visiting not co to .. the. . 1h i his book her uncle, W. H. Donls, at Bards H. Tyler Beale sold store, Tuesday, to Edgar Naylor, a town, Ark. of the Holy Spir., member of the firm of Millet a way-loday ' Mrs. Arthur Williams, who has Peter, on the one of our successful young iui iwc business men. However, Mr. Nay- had a severe attack of lagrippe, is u mn f lor will still continue his duties with improving, thi r v"rcf"r the latter firm. The book store will Rev. Hall, of Martin, Tenn., Ghost in nts wwr, rnwnprl RelT "1 be in charge of Miss Ethel Naylor, a preached at Brownsville Baptist , ... ,irm clever Utile lady, who will doubtless cnurcn, Sunday, As no one THE . make it an attractive shopping Misses Eula Donnell and Pearl cept by the nam- Jrr place. Cloar, of Clayton, were the guests no one Tiitn i - ' .. Mr- Naylor will make a number of Henry Pollock and wife Sunday. name except by C 7. W...... t' IP r, V, - ...-,- 14 r- - .1 1 nmma- - 1 bj baptised T .l.. iv Mir" -' intv;;;, 1 WDIC '...,. ' A . t. M.nirlt of adoptm -r ." . .'f J- '. wa limp ...... nwwr"- . U"- "a . i.r . -- nniii mw J Father iuv r anu inu His spirit-- in Ibis witnessi'-c .- a,Lfcr ...nfi jjn - jnct E HICKMAN COURIER .ll..tMl1fUihBW ALL .nd . Of Interest to Women. i S0RTS44rv .nttRR . 0. BKXTUW, Beeswax broken In pieces and put within the folds of while woolens and silks will overcome the tendency of . D ' ..mini II III I I'F.Ic . YE. Alt , Ut Illeknun, Kentucky, ufsnay. Fed. 25111, l WW , j in thU world ii hriilce and Tbet. alle says a"Uncle" Kepre be i Hon and Hickman aeain -- '."X u- - . - i , - - '. i r.iiiinR me wrec oi Maine, which nas . i ii maun an iiu V!- t ' : 71 I r- t i - -- i i iF : irf V r, deriully. See the Hickman Courier Realty When ironlnz handkerchiefs be Company's list of real estate bar' gin ironing in the middle. Ironing gains, elsewhere in this issue. the edges first causes the middle to ', -:- patch predicti lhat Pastor M. L. Blaney will preach swell out and makes it very difficult at the Holiness Church in East In Irnn finr! fnlrl (hem nronetlv. Test Senator, when tne Hickman, Friday evening at 7 the iron on a piece of rag or paper eipirei, and o'clock. to prevent any accmeni uy 1 parade Marco 4, ii rnnrti marfe to commiwec 1 HI 'W men mil marcu 1. yellowness that white fabrics have when laid away for any length of II. T. Dealt spent Sunday in time. City, I Fine muslin, laces and embroidery should be washed in soapsuds, rinsed REX the great well, starched immediately and then LOWRill'S. pulled in shape. Embroideries should Miss Lillian Tohnston merit Sat be ironed on the wrong side over urday and Sunday with Fulton flannel. menus. In baking a loaf cake remember Hickman Drug Co. handles the that unless you place a piece of best tine oi garden seed to be found paper over for protection at first a In the county. top crust will be formed at once that prevents the rising. When cake is formerly a bar well Chas. Sudberrv. raised, remove the paper for ber in this city, hat opened a shop browning on top. at union uty. A torn patch in voile or other thin There are more than 20 cases of material is best mended with a piece smallpox in Graves county, if re- of court plaster. Get a bit as near ports are true. the same color as possible, damp it, Satisfaction or money refunded. lav under the torn place and press" Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over under a weight till dry, If neatly done It will scarcely show at all. I! Rice's Shoe Store. Thi while of an es? aDoIted with Miss Ruth Ktmbro was the euest reof Miss Clara Fields, at Fulton, Sat a small camel's hair brush will move fly traces and soil from gilt urday and Sunday. picture frames, or the water in which C. II. Moore, the grocer, wants a onions have been boiled will If rubshare of your trade. Ills roods and ber! over frames remove dust and and prices are both right. specks and brighten the gilling won- thirst-quenche- r. Announcement!! Having purchased H. T. Bcalc's Book Store, we wish to announce that our store is now open and ready for business. J J In the course of the next few days we "will odd to the stock now on hand, which will make this one of the most stores of its kind in this section of the state. up-to-da- te II II I ii We cordially invite you to call and sec us at H. T. Bcalc's old stand. Q at a L Christian Church, Hickman, Ky. . e: naylor & co. -- garden Are you going to have i, Judge.1 raynter this year? Buy your seed a from the I. I m Struck bij Lightning... During the elrctrlrnl itorm Monday night lliihtnlnK itruck the lclfrr of the Ohrlitlnn Cliurdi. tearing oil llio roof nml follow Inn the ridge of the build lint along the metnt rid BO roll to the ilileofthechurch. A long splinter from thol'lfrr im found Tueidny morning tuck In atnaebonnl of the retldenee of vent of the church. It. II Johnson, -T Tb i ji'. y r-- of the Road tiinoi countv will jt"'- - rt hous In Charles-Lr- . 1909. Geo. . M.nha, . i rnuea aiaies oiuce c.e7, 3, will be present, mi? demonstration will m r rctmg - cf the ttreeti. - - IE -- E. Folk, of Ten-- 3 life, re ri I i t it l! :1 11.', ' - ' .tion, even if Car- -' en assassinated. He c slature which pass-w-- s ttate would have ft t r'.ccteJ before Car-a-- d the majority of "Vgcd to prohibition. Moving pictures every night at Hickman Dm? Co., if you want the the Lyric. best results. Change of Program every night R. J. Chit wood, died at his home at the Lyric. at Tiptonvtlle Friday evening. February 12, 1909, from the effects REX Phosphate hits the spot. of an illness of several years. Call for it at Cowgill's. In the case of J. N. Lusk against The Courier and the weekly Com Mose Barkett for possession of hogs mercial-Appeone year for SI. 25. taken up by the latter, the plaintiff Silas Murrell left for Louisville, was given $40 damages in Judge Naylor s court, Monday. Lusk sued Tuesday, where he will spend a few days. for $85. Miss Mareuerite Fuqua spent Sun The Hickman County Farmers' day with Mrs. P. H. Weeks, at Union will meet in Clinton on Saturday, Feb. 27, and there will be pubDon't do without calling cards. lic speaking by Mr. John Grady, chairman of the State Executive any longer, cveryooay eisc pas at or engraved Committee of the F. E. & C. U. at them. Printed reasonable price at this office. 10 a.m. Attempted Suicide. Thos. Mayes, "Tickle Breeches," a negro confined in the county jail in this city, awaiting the action of Circuit Court and charged with forgery, attempted to end his existence, Thursday afternoon by swallowing a large quaniity of disinfect-ingHuiHe would doubtless been successful had not the discovery of the deed been made by Jailer Noonon, who summoned Dr. Luten and administered an antidote. Mayes is the negro who dug out through the jail wall about six weeks ago and made his escape, but was later captured at New Orleans, La., while trying to get passage on a steamer to London. Since his return to Hickman he has been very desdist. I ignored the Methodist part pondent, knowing he must answer and fellowsniped him as a christian. for a double charge. Why then did he divorce his Beloved? "Thereby hangs a tale." White House Graft. I waited some time after the coming revival had been publically anThe proposition to increase the nounced before I returned Bro. Wat- salary of the President from $50,- ers' call. The conversation turned 000 to $100,000 a year has had one upon the meeting and I distinctly good effect, the enlightening of the told him that I would be glad to co- public to the petty graft as practiced operate with any man who in preach- at the White House. ing Christ crucified would give the Besides his salary of $50,000 a same answer to sinners that the year, Mr. Roosevelt manages to Apostle Peter gave on the day of spend $80,500 of the public funds Pentecost as recorded in Acts. 2 :38, every twelve months, which has where the Holy Spirit for thc.first been mentioned before in the had witnessed once for all what God requires man to do for the remission Now it is revealed that a negro of sins and the gift of the Holy barber is paid SI ,600 a year, or Spirit. $4.38 every day when he shaves the In answer to me Bro. Waters Presidential cheek, and is carried on politely invited me not to the pay rolls of the Navy Departin the meeting by saying, "To be ment, although his only duty is to frank with you, I don't think you shave the President once a day. can work with Mr. Klein without Mrs. Roosevelt's private mes friction." Is it not plain to your readers that the friction could only senger is paid $900 a year, and carbe made by refusing to give the Holy ried on the rolls of the Bureau of Spirit's answer given by Peter in Engraving as a clerk, but renderActs 2 :3S, which all christians in ing no other service than that given all churches In all lands in the Sun- to the vife of the President. Somer day school lesson of Jan. 17, 1909, set Journal. taught, was the Beginning of the Witnessing of the Holy Spirit in the Why Certain Men Marry. On this church of Jesus Christ. An editor sent out circular letters basis all Sunday schools unite in the International scries. Be it known, to a large number of married men, therefore, that on this basis that has and asked them why they married. produced such wonderful harmony Here are some of the answers : Because I did not have the ex in Sunday school work, M. L. Blaney and the Christian church are now perience I have now. with any man ready to That's what I have been trying to who comes to unite the forces of find out for 11 years. Christ against the common enemy of I married to get even with her all unrighteousness. mother, but never have. Yours in behalf of christian union, I had yearned for company, now M. L. Blaney. we have it all the time. Hickman, Feb. 23d, 1909. I thought it would be cheaper than suit. a A New Jersey man died recently,' Because Sarah told. me that five leaving a will from which the follow- other men had proposed to her. ing clause is taken: "I, John That's the same fool question my Crom, do hereby give and bequeath friends ask me. all my real estate and personal propI wanted a companion of the operty, horses, cattle, gold mines, posite sex. She is still opposite. telefarms, steamships, canal boats, The old man was going to give graph lines, oil wells, ocean cables, airships, cranberry begs, cattle me his foot, so I took his daughter's ranches, automobiles, and also my hand. Because I asked her to have me castles In Spain, also my castles in the air to John D. Kockeieller, pro and she said she would I think she got me. vided he can find them." Because I thought she was one List your real estate with the Hlck among a thousand now I think she is a thousand among one. wan Courier. No sale, no charge. I was lonely and melancholy and Go to Hickman Drug Co. for your wanted some one to make it lively. She makes it very lively. garden seed d. breach-of-promise rnt ut Who is Guilty? Editor Courier, Dear Sir: THE 100 FARMER At NO time in the history of American agriculture has it been so necessary to buy uptodate Implements as at present. Labor is high and the seasons so uncertain that it PAYS to put your money in the best. We want to show you first our new Double Row Edge Drop Drill Guaranteed to drop 95 grains out of every IOO, one in a hill Simple, ; Durable. Strong and PRICE $30 ! 1&1CKMM HARDWARE CDJNC In your issue of Feb. 18, referring to the coming revival you say, "It is to be regretted that the coming revival is not a union effort Selfishness is too evident In some or the churches of this city for the good of the cause represented." Inasmuch, as I am. one of the two pastors who live in the city, not connected with the church who has planned for this meeting, and as it has been 'rumored that I refused to join in this meeting, and inasmuch, as I regret the lack of union among christians, and the "selfishness" you mention, it is due your readers to know exactly who is guilty in this case. If I or my congregation is guilty I am perfectly willing to confess my wrong. The fact is, I have in had no invitation to this meeting. This is very significant in the light of the following facts. The first public meeting which I attended in Hickman was the Methodist church prayer meeting and though I was a stranger to all present yet I entered heartily into the service, and was introduced by the pastor, to each one present personally, who seemed to receive me cordially. By urgent' solicitation of Bro. Waters, I became a member of the Law and Order League, In which I took as active Interest as any one, and my people were represented by the secretary of the League. In my frequent talks with Bro. Waters I urged him to come to the Christian church prayer meeting as I had changed from Wednesday to Thursday evening, to open a chance for mutual christian fellowship along devotional lines in which we can all agree. As a further effort to induce a christian fellowship I invited one of the leading members of the M. E. Church to address the citizens of Hickman, In the Chris-tia- n church, on the subject of "World Wide Missions," at 3 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 14th. In view of my advances being the new minister here, who dares to say that I have acted selfishly? Through this open door for christian union not one minister has entered. Bro. Waters called on me a few minutes at my dinner hour one day and called me Beloved, and used such cordial manners toward me that I felt he had the christian spirit, though he called himself a Metho 1 In Building The Passing of Eugene Naylor. Thursday night, Feb. 18th, 1909, at the home of his brother at Cayce, Fugene. Naylor, a prominent and in fluentlal citizen of this county, answered the summons to the Great B yond. He had been a patient sufferer for many months from the conse qnent frailties of general break-dow- n in his system, and ail that lovinp hands could do to retrieve the loss proved In vain. Eugene Naylor was bom on tin old Naylor place, near Cayce, wher After com he grew to manhood. pleting his education, his first step in the business world was accepting a position with the Johnson Mercantile Co., of Cayce, where he r malned two years. From there, he came to Hickman, in 1886, and was identified with the firm ot H. Buchanan for several years, remaining in Hickman until 1906, at which time he left tor East Prairie, Mo. Two years were spent at East Prairie, but his falling health caused him to leave for his old home at Cayce. Deceased was 45 years, 3 months and 11 days of age being born On December 25, Nov 7, 1863, 1884, he was united in marriage with Miss Mattle Albritton, cf Cayce. To this union were born six children, Edgar Naylor, of this city, Misses Ethel, Swan, Lucile and Violet, all of whom survive him Besides his wife, he is also survived by his father Judge Joshua Naylor, two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Burnett, of near Fulton, and Mrs. Laura Oliver, of Paducah and three brothers-Cou- nty Judge W. A. Naylor, of Hickman, Dr. J W. Naylor and Dr. Lon Naylor, of Cayce, all prominent men in the affairs of Fulton county. The funeral services were con ducted In this city, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, by Rev. J. Vr. Waters, after which the final obsequies were conducted at the City Cemetery by Elm Camp No 3, W. O, W., of which Mr. Naylor was a charter member. A large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives followed the remains to their last resting place. Mr. Naylor made many friends here and elsewhere, and his untime ly departure from earth is deplored by all who knew him. The Courier extends sympathy to the sorrowing ones in this dark hour of grief. -- uortna, The river is riMry Lillian Hall and p km to Hickman Satur lfit$ i rH J. 0. King ha i Hook, last Thurs1( Services next . for Success in Life the careful man takes advantage of his opportunities and, in selecting a banking connection, requires; A SAFE BANK in which to deposit his money and valuable securities. A BANK from which he can borrow money to carry on legitimate business enterprises. A BANK which by constant growth, shows progresslveness and stability. A BANK thoroughly organized in every deparpment and fully (He realizes equipped to render assistance when needed. there are many ways in which his banker can assist him.) A BANK which gives fair treatment to all customers, is lioeral in small matters, yet protects and Insures the safety ot money on deposit by a" cautious and conservative management. A BANK large enough yet not too large ful irsistance to ,m:n and all who and strong enough to inspire confidence to give thoughtful consideration and help patrons having small accounts, to young want to get a start in the world. BW WK dray, of Columbus...... 'miciiii - . church Sund.. at n " Corn buyers ar In the neighborho I v Jack andChesirrli' man, went to Jan , i . , i J ... ai day. '" r T. D. Huff cf i the neighborhood ' nogs. J. H. Pickett a- - itils are trying home again. to ma tru tlfj F A BANK having courteous officers, officers both capable and willing to advise with him in the upbuilding of HIS business. We offer our services to you believing that THIS BANK can and does fulfill all the above requirements. We open accounts for a deposit of one dollar or more. Any part or the full amount of your deposit subject to withWhether your account be large or drawal at any 'time. small we shall be pleased to add YOUR name to our list of customers. OR the Spring and Summer season, the International offer the greatest display of all wool Fabrics ever seen in this town. Seeing is believing, and you must see for yourself before you ever think of going elsewhere for Clothes. made-to-measu- re Bryant & P eleven head cf rnu.-- . Lee, last week Rev. Myles Mi Intr sermon to the r 1 h day and Sunday m, Snell Lawrence u , ed to Taokson. ht,.i . of the Illness of t: e u"r t A party of vlj ? ti r. v.,.. at the home of T.vsa4 aaturtuy nigm a . rp.r i no Every inch of fabric is pure wool, and every fabric time, especially tb sL tideUs is a beauty in color and design, made up in the las. Holcorobe. latest Metropolitan Styles at popular prices only. passed up the Chute, t.s (is Sunday A",r z.rSi Ask for the International Genuine All Wool Line. yacht. of number passenp's, He it il has been navig months. ta t t tuett THE HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY Capital and Surplus, Boy Wins. $65,000.00 In Five Minutes. Millet & Naylor If the river continues to rise six days at the present rate, no less than S50.000 worth of logs, now ready to mill, on the river banks between Cairo and Hickman, will be washed away by the high water. The Men-gwill be a big loser, having already lost a number at 'Mabel last week. W. J. Logan says he will lose about three barge loads, worth In fact, If the river con$4,000 tinues to rise, it will prove one of the most damaging overflows ever experienced in this section. el To Collect Lictmt Hickman Going up against the best oratoriin the High Schools of Fulton and Hickman, at the former city, Monday, Frank C. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C Smith, of this city, carried off first honors as the best orator in a spirited contest of six entries. While every oration on the program was good. Smith won in a walk. The subject of his address was "A Republic That Never Retreats." The patriotic and fluent manner in which young Smith handled his subject, made himatonce the favorite the hero of the occasion. Edwin Rice made a master effort to keep the medal at Fulton, but only succeeded in tieing for second place with Willie Bondurant, also of cal talent The contest was held under the auspices of the School Improvement League, of Fulton county, and the gold medal was a gift from Herschell T. Smith. The Carr Institute building, in which the contest was held, was crowded with visitors and stu dent bodies from Martin, Union City, Hickman and Fulton. We understand the League will continue these contests, and hold them annually. It is no small honor to come off the victor from such an aggregation of trained and talented contestants. While Frank wears his honors in a most modest manner, he has merited, and the Courier joins his many friends in extending congratulations. your sour stomach or Take maybe you call it Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach; it dosn't matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to case of Pape's open a Diapepsin and let you eat one 22 grain Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery. The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentation food souring; the Digestive organs become weak, there is lack of gastric juice; your food is only half digested, and you become affected with loss of appetite, pressure and fullness after eating, vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels, tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad taste in mouth, constipation, pain in limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas, biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness and many other similar 50-ce- nt Don't pay house rent when you can own your own home much cheaper. See us for town lots Hickman Courier Realty Co. If your appetite is fickle, and noth ing tempts you, or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating, or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach, you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food. Prove to yourself, after your next meal, that your stomach is as good as any; that there Is nothiog really wrong. Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without Miss Gertie Perry, aged 18, fear of discomfort or misery. in Graves county, died from Almost instant relief is waiting for hydrophobia at the home of her un you. It is merely a matter of how cle, Thomas Phillips. On Christ soon you take a little Diapepsin. mas Day, while playing with a pet dog, she was bitten on the hand, but Resolutions of Respect. the wound seemed to heal and no danger was feared until Thursday (Jrotona Lodge No. ?7l K. .V A. M. liM nt night, when she was thrown sudden- Cajrw. Kjr, In loving remembrance of our Intn broth ly into convulsions. er, V. O. Johnson, who Ut piirted tills life Jno. A. McClure left Tuesday for November 17th, lis. Elizabethtown, Ky., to attend the WliiTiai thoeall linsatntln breu answered. State Convention of the Farmers removing from us our loving tirotlier mid, t recall Institute. He is a delegate sent by ru wowith lil the many noblewerntts In connection are reminded devoted life, farmers ot tulton county. Unit we have parted company with a broth Fell From Scaffold; Injured Back. Thiry years age James C. Lee of 1)00 9th St., S. E , Washlngiou, D. C, fell from a scaffold and serious ly injured his back. In telling about it he says: "My suffering was terible; from the small of my back all around my stomach was lust as if I had been beaten with a club. I tried all kinds of plasters. capcine and porous, belladonna, without getting relief, and bought electric belts, but none of of them did me any good. One day, while working near my daughter's house, my back pained me so badly that I had to quit. I went into the house and lay down for ease. My daughter had a bottle of Sloan's Liniment in the house and she rubbed my back well with it and gave me some to take home. I used six and a half bottles of Sloan's 25c. Liniment and can do as much work now as any roan in the shop, although I am sixty-seve- n years old. I would not be without Sloan's Liniment for any considera tion and reccmemned it to anyone suffering pain One of the severest electrical storms to occur in this city for many years, struck here about 2 o'clock Tuesday morning. Lightning struck and damaged the Christian church to the extentof many dollars. About 3 o'clock the lightning followed the electric light wires into the power house and damaged the armature of the dynamo to such an extent that the city was in darkness until daylight. An incessant flare of by a continual rumbling and an occasional deafening burst of thunder made the "wee small hours" anything but pleasant. This was of rain, dofollowed by a down-pou- r ing great damage to streets. Tom Wade, colored, was arrested Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Rob Goalder, and landed in the county bastile. Wade was Indicted by the last grand jury for bootlegging, but evaded the officers up to this time He will be tried at the May term of Circuit Court. Wednesday evening at the palatial home of Chas. Parker in South Fulton, occurred the marriage of unusual interest of his lovely daughter, Miss Nettie Parker, to Mr.James Snow, of Obion county, a son of Levi Snow, one of the most influential men of Obion county, Watch for our new serial story "The Lion's Share" which will be started shortly. We will run six columns of this story each week, and advise you to start with the first chapter. Watch for it. I have a fine red Durham bull which I wilt stand at $1.00, cash M. A. McDaniel. 4p with servi:e deputy internal r s ...tax. was tn the city f r s n: ' xtxttxi day making an ei:" ' . Deafness Cannot be Cured. j rt a u-all the soda wa'er by loral applications, as they cannot reach city who had fom 'a "j - fi'ritu thodlsf-MMt- l portion of the rstr. There Is only one way to rure defnes will (hat Is allecinc that their ny eotisiiiuiionai remniies. nearness is .. 1 : !' iili rnu.e.i nr an.innamei conimion oi wi the privilege of niiirtMis liiilnf of the Ku.taehlan Tun. butlhatitdidn tl-u- ' When this ml Is luftamed you hr a ruimxinc souim or imperrrei nrarmg. ami ject of possessing 1 when It Is entirely elowl, lefus is the fountain for the U Vt t result, and unlets the Innaiumnllon can Im taknn out ami this tuba mtornl to Its these drinks. Aft" . normal condition, hearing still be destroyed forever, nine cac out of ten are rau.mi by several merchants ! e Oalarrh. which Is nothing hut an Inflamed Irby Bros, chillc -- 'it: k, condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give On Hundred Itollars for any for a citing of tne aw 'I' U ease of ttmvfness (rauwl by ralarrhi thai cannot Im cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, ject and Alt Tiiev T '. fwnil for circulars free. called upon to i' I'rops. Toledo, O. r. J. U K K V A ' Mr. Smith ruled Hold by all Druirs'lsts.T&c. Take Hall's Family rills for eonstlpatlou. was not within his finally aereed to ' K'Ltxr, ne' Joe Roper was here from Cayce to the Attorney on business, Tuesday. to ueciuc. me iJts . mV .i -- . - r tMrs. Joe Noonon is not Improved in health. She has been sick for some time. -tra -k; w.j. vinune. : tuir i rr 'ult 11 t' pn A TTENTION Farmers hnvc more, Cotton Seed Hulls dust more nutritivefflr: and mil. handle, perfectly free from foreign vnlue thnn l.n., is c union more ii convenient to ... nnui appetizing. or matter is litalthlul is the moift concentrated and rich'-known: has nl)out six times the nutritive vnlue of corn nnd four times thnt of wheat bran, while its cosl isnbout the s.unr, and for feeding cattle and milch cows will reduce your feed bills nnd give better rf'ilts. sOjvf-f-trarh AAI OCCU riCUl A Doctors Medicine Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not a simple couch syrup. It is a strong medicine, a doctor's medicine. It cures hard cases, severe and desperate cases, chronic cases of asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis, consumption. Ask your doctor about this. Th best kind ot a tetlmontal "Sold lor over ilxty years." Ms4s OtJ. V Ayr Co., towjll. Km. y XllKlPllMLLi. er who win Indeed endowed with these rare uunllllcntloiii, which sum up to make the devout Christian clinrcter of a Master Mason, Ills wastlieslmph) life, characterised by the many Idealistic performances putting togethor the working forces of our order. and w e shall long coutlnus to refreshen our lives and be encouraged by the memories thereof. We deplore the loss sustained, not only by our lodge, but to the community as well, knowing that his absence will Iw felt keenly by all, and to his church, unto which he con tributed to freely of hi precious gifts, and to the poor aud needy, whoso rare good fortune It was to place dependence In him lie It resolved, that we cause these resolutions to be Inserted on our memorial page In our minute book, and that a copy be sent to the family of our lato brother, referring them to our cognlznnro of the many noble traits he possessed, In nil endeavor to console them In their sad hour of bereavement, by our appreciation of his worth, and extending unto them such sympathies and prolfersof aid as may be In our power to results, orms a 'Balanced Ration," giving better (incrcasino milk and butter production m cows and flesh, fat nnd general condition in all other animals) thnn The Mixed Feed Any Other Feel in The World Let us Supply You With Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls NOW ! ! ThcdtinanJ is increasing, and dairymen should take advantnge of the remarkably low prices being asked for this product, nnd purchase their winter supply immediately. A ture of cotton seed hulls' and cotton seed meal mnkes one of the besft feeds known g the and dairy industry. This is THE BEST feed in the world for Sheep, Cattle, Milch CowsJ-lorseMules, Hogs nnd Poultry. stock-raisins, lecd-in- g For Sale By the wagon load at the Oil Mill, and in less quantities by Grocery Stores in Hickman. nil of the ghe. vers W bit no ssersts 1 W, publish tli fonuulss of all our m4lcln... Husolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Makonlo Homo Journal, also to the Hickman Courier for publication. Ison Nay lor Dharley Noonon Committee John II. Varden RICHMOND & BOND CO., HICKMAN, KY. Ins one YOU Will IIMBtcii iMvy.uij of Ayor'n Pllln at Miss Bonnie Carpenter was here budtlmo. this week on a visit to her parents. J PAINT!! fl Do you Arc you going to intend to do any painting this year? tliv .- -. III Psffo'C UUyWo COUIU V4Q mini i ;uu IL- - 3 Arc lampi? The lid was off again Saturday. Ribbon Cane Molasiei at Betters- worth & Prather's. Telephone that grocery order to Bettenworth & Prather. Tim Somen, of Union City, spent a few days here this week. Five gallons White Roie gasoline $1. at Courier office. Its pure. Miu Estelle Reneau ipent Satur day and Sunday at frulton with friends. FOR SALE Good timothy hay, in bale. J. P. Thomai, Route 4, 37-Hicuman. L. A Draffen and Geo. C. Tewett, of Mayfield, were in this city on business, Tuesday. J. D. Hughes, aged 80, a pioneer citizen of Graves county, died Thurs day at his home east of Mayfield. 1 p. Paint The House? River PeasleyGaulbert Co.'s Stage At Hickman THE GUACE TODAY READS : JVilXED (1 I fASTIC Rising 40 ft. 8 inches Last 24 hours: Rise, 11 in. Overflow lllckninn Cluagc) Ileglns nt se tx vreta eonoMa WIST HICHMSM. 10WIS SOTTOMS "7 HE KIND THAT LASTS" this brand Tis tested by time and we know ',, ,t will do nnd will gunrnntcc that its covering cijni tv. gloss nnd durability is excelled by none. PRICE $1.50 PER GALLON selling Our Mr Swnync has been o AT 45 FEET I 41 you arc you can't do better than look into our stock of interior and exterior Paints, which is the best nnd largest this year than any stock wc have ever had. Wc have the stock nnd wc want your business no matter what your needs are large or small. We handle a very complete line of House Paints, Floor Paints, Wagon and Buggy Paints, Varnishes, Stains and Enamels for Furniture, Buggies and Tools. If liT DANGER Lent began Wednesday. How do you like the weather. We handle B. P. S., the best paint on the market. By special arrangement with the manufacturers we are able to sell this paint at Hickman Drug Co, r..nrt, ihrarv Fund. J Tutor has. apreed r? t if" n " me t 1 A -- - A t. i j buy docks ioi A little muff rrnaa and llttl Imw A llttU mora of tirothcrlr da4; A little mot brarinc of tlilnc to b Little Mora Crott. or1, rff.l C! r r. .i. tt lit i ...'. 1 be railed . 1 -- n it nnv i by the 1DOII . ... t e f tthcomiog . 11.4 tiromlicu r . dy ,in a suori jcn.. . With fltli In th Inrlnltn triumph of morn. A llltl Iran doubt mil a llttl mora do Of lli flinrlf. arrvlra raeh lrln to vlw. A Ittlla mora rrou, th Its beatitltul llk-h-t. born. Services at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor, Kev. Blaney. All are WANTED Small cottage or 4 rooms for light housekeeping, near business section of town. Apply at this office. lc Mits Mary Anderson has returned to Chtrleston, Mo., after a visit to J. W. Rogers and family and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, of Chat tanooga, visited Mr. and Mrs. Giles Bond this week. Mrs. Wilcox is a sister of Mr. Bond. Four young men were fined $20 and cost in Judge Roney's rourt, Friday, on charge of gambling. They appeald their caie to circuit court. W. R Henlev and Miss Luclle Clark, both of Mayfield, were the contracting parties 10 a runaway marriage at tulton. Saturday night at 10 o'clock. Senator McCreary has introduced a bill in Congress to pay Graves county. $14,000 for. damages to the .. . court house by iedrai troops aunng the Civil War. Come and see where the lightning struck. Regular monthly social at the Christian Church this eveninp:. Sandwiches and coffee and special program. A lilver offering will be taken. The World's largest battleship, the Delaware, was launched at New port News, Virginia, last Saturday. The Delaware is much longer than the British Dreadnaught and this American vessel, now queen of the sea fighting machines, cost nealy $4,000,000. Wednesday evening, of last week, Mr. Lyndsay, of South Carolina, who is the guest of his sister, Mrs. H. F. Remley, was the honoree of a card party, given by Mrs. Ellison. Five hundred was played A salad course was served. it ilr pr.f ;i- - .."..i tvihr ' Do':, E MlM1itrt oabby, hat to Sate t following, who opposite their names: and Ita mrattfa of A tlttla ! iword ami a Utile mora roaa To aoftrn Ilia atruffle and llchtrn tha blona. A llltlo mora worahlp, a little mora With tha balm of Ita lncna to brlithttn Ilia rare: A llttl mon aonc and a llttla ! alfh. And a chrrr ood.dajr to tli frlanda that ko br. A llttla mora croaa and a lltlla mora iruat In tha boautjr that blooma Ilka a roae out of duit; A llttla mora llftlnc tha load of another. A llttla mora thoufht for tha Ufa of a brothrr: A lilt Ik mora drramlnr. a llttla mora laufhtrr. A lltlla mora childhood, and anwtntaa A llttla mora croai and a llttla lra hata. With lova In the lanra and a roaa br tha Ita lrnn rlslit: of lova pniyr. ..$100.00 iUU.UU f ' C B ( B.:UM i I 10'00 vir.i if .r ie inn. no 42.10 25.00 35.00 35.00 "H on 25.00 nn M Ilbard Ikndurant n ... .. .v i. i .... and minlls thrrraftrr; rata. rr ni riaii M Vfc et fa ir ii.j i . we M V ....e .....a VI '.1 ... - h urap r.iair if l. 1 r T Sl'phen - v. 'VP if m J tjs, Hi 1. o. VIUI .11.at- Tht Friends of Our Frlendi. frlfnda-wr- ll. tha'ro all that Una fotki ought to 10.00 But tha frlrnda of our fiirnda-o- h, myt in nn Wa rannnl arrount for our frlrnda barawaww ing frlrnda 10.no Of that aorl and ll'i no uaa to try. 10.00 w Our t. 1 nirivmr .V 1 1 411 t USVIl ., M Taka tha Blashlnril Thay'ra lovaly, In alt thlnca Juit rtfht; But thay'ra frlanda with tha Whapaayal 1:1.1111 And why Is beyond comprrhanalon. Wa can't sa at All 1 n nn Why It la and It's no uaa to 1UUU iu.uu 10.00 r gn Born to the wife of Wm. Garrett, Monday, a son. The Courier can find a buyer for your real estate. See us. Mrs. Fannie Klapp died at her home near Clinton, Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Stephens spent Tuesday with Union City relatives.. Porter Shumate spent Sunday in Newbern, Tenn., with relatives. W. G, Dornan spent Suuday in Dyersburg with home folks. Cowgill's fountain is the only place you can get REX. Call for it next time. Miss Frankye Reid returned Sunday from a week's visit to Miss Grace Reeves at Chaffee, Mo. Jim Bowden and Miss Cattle Beevil, of Mayfield, eloped to Fulton and were married, Sunday. Monday evening, an informal dance was much enjoyed by a num. bcr of the young folks at the home of Miss Irene Faris. Jackson & Calliott, the white barbers, are moving their barbershop from their present location to Mrs. Geo. Warren's building. Mr. Lyndsay was the honoree of a bridge party given Tuesday evening by Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Curlin. A sweet course was served. Our business has nearly doubled in the past twelve months. That's one good sign that our groceries are the best in town. C. H. Moore. $1.50 PER GALLON HELM 4"t"r't"l I I I & l 'H-- 1' ELLISON Court House. F M Smidt to George Cannady, lots in East Hickman, S135. T L Carr to Oscar Diggs and Jno Kingston, land, $510. Mrs C L Overby to Chris Led- widge, 95 acres land, $1530. J A Collins to City National Bank of Fulton, lot adjoining the bank building, 51U. T D Bryant to F M Boaz, lots in Fulton, $225. T RDnnnell to L A Donnell, lot in West Hickman, $150. , C M Brown to B W McClure, land $3675.47. J T Tucker to K T Gwyn, house and lot in Fulton, $1600. B W McClure to Henry Sanger, land in bottom, $2300. 3 W McClure to C M Brown, 68 acres land, $874. Hesse G Parrish, of Clovis, N. M., to L C Browder, of Obion county 20 acres land in Fulton conuty, $00. t'i i' l' I 11 I I I II I Per tarmi. lnratton or other Information call on or address The Hickman Courier .11 Farms For Sale III I I I n ii.M'1't"l"M"t' iD t l"M"l"l' No. XI 1M acres Mississippi river bottom land, 8 miles below Hickman. Well fenced, house, outhouaes, etc. 40 acres In cultivation, rest timber. Ilalas from mto 1(U ouitieu corn: to ijtu pounas conoii. A good Investment. 'n 19 en r.re land, one mile south of bouse, barn, shed Clayton. Good good well and cis and other tern, nne young orcnara. i mne irom ecnooi bouse. Owner is anxious to sell and SIS an acre will get It. Additional Information on application. farm, well ImDroved Nn. 4 large toroom dwelling. S tenant bouses, bacco barns, i large stock barns, Fairbanks scales, outbuildings. S wells, l spring, fenced Half mile to two churches and half mile to school bouie, on rural route and telephone line and short distance from u acres in cultivation. two good markets. An Ideal farm. Adlolnlog land last year sold for t per acre; this can be bought for 110 less on the acre. A number ot Improvements in way of orchard, etc. If you want Dargain, bsk lor no. w. A small farm. St acres, nllln cultl- No. tlvatlon, not over two miles from Hickman. Italics cotton or anything else that can be mined In Kulton county. Is now renting for IliOa year. All fenced, tl will cinch the deal bnlance on easy terms. No.MM) acres of line land In the river The following suits have been filed bottom (behind the Government levee) for sale at an extremely low prices. 110 acres in the office of the circuit cleric, for In cultivation. Can lie purchased as n the May term of the circuit court: whole or divided. This Is n good nve-rooMl-arcroKs-fence- try-It'- s A Hmshiw fl4 v. T wea Bryant tha same with tha Jamaona, who'ra way up In a, Thay'ra frlrnda with tha Ilumsryal My aya! 10.00 That jars us to think af- -lt "wonders" ua much V ww Can't "solution" It and It'a no Uaa to try. 10.00 It'a atl.flred touch whin at cvt In wa rail 10.00 On our frlrnda and find thrlr frlrnda 10.00 tlirra. ny Uosoat Wa can't "riplanstlon" thosa iu.uu frlrnda Of our frlrnda-a- nd It'a no uss to try. 5.00 And J rtA land and Improvements, S miles from town. llemember river bottom land nas proven to be one ot the best land Investments In this section. Are you Interested? Talk quick. Hickman Courier Henlty Uo. The Interstate Commerce No. 88 Fine 4fracre stock farm. In Missis has ruled that express compan sippi county. Mo. has four sets of houses on IKS It. together with other Improvements. proies cannot be compelled to perform acres cleared, rest In timber KM acres C. O. D." service for the liquor tected by thn new government levee. Owner Is cutting live crops of alfalfa on this place each year, and the cotton and corn traffic. now growing will give you an Idea of Its In his message to the next legis- fertility. Rents readily for IX0 an acre 1'rice very reasonable. lature, Gov. Willson will ask an ap- No. 4" 1 1.(1 11 buvs 78 acres unner bottom in nn T Roper r tu u &..icn - .Maton aEi..or Jr & Seit n t B- 5.00 5.00 m A, J.hnslon 1 T Beale You. I wsar tha stara Ilka llllrs In my hair. I far! tha braasa Ilka God'a brrath on my fata J.UU WhlaprlnK an unknown word-a- nd avsry- 5.00 wnrra t aa tha vision sf a love-li- t face. c nn l. r ;aa Ch ii T r4w-.-i.j- uww. u, H T.t What about that new railroad to J.UU SoI stranf a It aeemst A lltlla whtlr a so knew net any ef three lovely thlnts 5 qq To all my dreams the demons anawerad be built to this place from Tipton ne. ville? The Courier is anxious to 10.00 Darkening the daylight with their evil have something done about the mat rn wings. and toms would determine a very pros wlie. Haw do you hold all beauty In your perous future for this part of the nana. county. And all tha heat of heaven In your eyea, And In your houre the moena ef fairy- Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. B. T. langr number of the Tell A, Holcombe ' B' ' 10.00 Shaw ...... 5.00 Mn. t; G, Wade.... 19.00 Total $857.85 Small nr. belsvad. wko are lernrd ter, as a railroad through the bot WANTED l tract ts farm 2 acre.) near HIcVman. effiee rPlat thij "JbeCrtldaum every reipect. Teu pass my threshold, and ths narrow little folks at a George Washington rosf party. Each was asked to tell all he Is peopled with a mllllsn forms ef air. Ths ksrren bougha of faith are alt knew about Washington, and was abloem. quite an instructive feature of the And I am mute wltk wander and with evening. Miss Ceryl Peck was prayer. Davis entertained a NOTICE: FIRST Water and Light rent is due on the OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by e TENTH will be cut off. This took Your frame house and two lots lMxlstt feet. Two blocks from business part of town. AH needed Improvement. A spanking good proposition for the man who wants a nice Itlie iiome. mn cusu. uniuniu length of time. No. 6 For a limited time, we will offer fnr titlA an residence. X nans, in goou awarded the prize. rnnalr as well as a substantial building, and four lots eacbftixau feet, stables, iraoko A. H. Lampe and C. R. Herman house, poultry bouse, aim oiuer A representative of a St. Louis etc.. located muni rl.tern. irardeii-soo- t. firm was here Thursday in consul have purchased the Fulton Daily In good neighborhood. Hants readily for nmig t;.iu, out con- News from Mrs. T. N. and Miss Slsamontu. it ougut toand tation with our business men we ran It much less, call give you Ruth Hall. The paper merits sue time onsell of it. n part cerning the establishment of a factorv in SIkeston. This place cess to the fullest measure, but we certainly needs a wagon factory know that Fulton cannot support two Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bondurant and anyother kina ot a taciory mat dally papers. It is merely a matter were the host and hostess of one of benefit the town, give more employ- of the "survival of the fittest." the most elegant dinners ot the seament to laboring men and put more The meeting continues at Fulton son. Fridav evening. Feb. 19th, when money into legitimate channels of with unabating interest. Evangelist they entertained a number of their trade so that everyone may soon Klein assures us that just as soon as friends namely, Mr. and Mrs. luna-le- y realize the value of such an industry he can turn loose over there he will Randle, Mr. and Mrs. Alec. to our community. Sikeslon (Mo.) come here. Let the people be pa Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Amberg, wa-ca- propriation for the erection and conduct of a home for negro children of criminal parents. At the request of the Daughters of Confederacy, the Governor of Georgia has changed the date of a negro hanging from Washington's Bithday to Feb. 26. Miss Annie Hill Eason has return- to her home in Nashville after a very pleasant visit to her cousin, Mrs. Toe L. Amberg. Miss Eason was the honoree of a number of par ties while here. The ladies of the Embroidery Club were entertained Friday after noon by Mrs. R. B. Brevard and Miss Marie Brevard. There was a number of Invited guests. A salad course was served. Mississippi may call herself the mother of senators. Seven members of the next United States Senate can claim that State as their birthplace Money and McLaurin, Clarke of Arkansas, Gore of Oklahoma, Bailey of iexas, Mewlands of Nevada and Chamberlain of Oregon. Nine choice lots In West Hickman facing good residence street. Lots are Wi l.vifeet. Will sell one or all to one person. The price we can make you on this property win surprise you. Are jvu pnjuiK rvuir Then, see us by all means. Information at the Uourler offlco. Is a liaraaln lot of nice three- No. room cottages, all located In West Hickman At nreient tber are bringing 1TO each per annum In rent. There ore four of them, on large level lots, cexuu leet, ah irom on nnl afreet, have cliterns. out.bulldlngs. etc. Will ell separately or collectively: rmh or tuirt cash, at a Drlce that will make your swear on paying rent. Our privilege of sale on mis property is umiieu, anu u interested, see us TODAY. residence In No. 44 This Is a three-rooWest Hickman. Its for sale and we can quote you a "eale price" on It. Tins is one of the best real estate propositions In this nart of town. We had rather show them than tell you about It. Cash, or small pay. ment. IKnt waste time unless interesteu. For either a home or Investment It Is worth more money tnau our price. No. 47 Two lots one mile below Hickman at the old ferry landing. MxlWI feet. Good house, stable, well. Takes blK three-roowater to overflow. Do you want a bargain? your cnane. Tins is No. 41 hle city property: Lucy Wright vs John Wright, Suit for divorce. Oliver Badger vs A L Badger's Suit for division of administrator. estate. David Mann et al vs Mrs. A L Watson et al. Suit for division of the estate of Bob Watson. P H Smith vs I C R R. Suit for $190 damages. Smith claims he was damaged to that extent by reason of a fire breaking out along y of the company and the destroying some of his property. Lee Scott vs Western Union Tele graph Co. Suit for $1800 damages. A. telegram addressed to Scott was delivered to another man. The tele gram stated that his mother was dy ing and asked him to go to her at once. right-of-wa- A Small Beginning. Perhaps thetiniestmiteof humanity in the world is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lady, of Paducah. At birth the'ehild weighed just one pound and a quarter, but was perfectly formed and developed. He was a foot tall, and his face could be covered by a watch crystal. His bands were an inch long and his feet an inch and a half long. He was too small for any known size in infant's attire, and his first dress was supplied from the wardrobe of the doll of a little neighbor girl. we were reaching-somconclusion regarding the Coun ty High School proposition, which according to the late law must be established nbt later than Sept. 1, 1910. trom every .point of view. Hickman is the place for this school. This school, as will be remembered, is to be a High School, with a complete four years course, to which every pupil of Fulton county will have free tuition wheu they have completed the common school course- Now shall we, or shall we not ? Vi. 97 A irond i. nearlr new It is high time Herald. effect November 1, 1906. HDQie ftt Pay nt the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office the Ice factory. and 8u!H Ellison OK Office open from w.v except Sunday; and on ech month it i, open until 7a,m, until 6 p. m. any the 9th and 10th of m. Til K Ellison Magazine Agency lly special arrangement with the pulillttivrs, urn enabled to ulm y.u thn very lowest rates ottalnntilo on any Maiailue In or Periodical III the United clubs or Htates, either tnay beabletosateyou enough to pay lor ens or more nugailnt. for Cat lAelr Catalogue; writ; call Ihr atklnw. AndInquirlmtmrmviii ror Tour ekestlJ. slug-ly.a- 9 p. Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. llian tient. It may be a week or more before he can get here. 1 hey have had 500 conversions at Fulton and many of the leading citizens have been brought into the fold. You will be advised as to the meeting here in due time. Mayor Dillon is in receipt of a letter from a canning factory at Hopkinsville that wants to locate here if the farmers will grow the the acerage necessary to sustain such a plant. The capacity of the plant will be 30,000 cans per day and the pack will consist principally of tomatoes and sweet corn. Let's get busy and get this new enterprise. Our commercial club might look in to the matter. Miss Annie Ellison, Kooert isier, Miss Lucile Bondurant and Arch The highly polished table DeBow. fairly glittered with us weaitn oi cut glass and silver. The center piece was an exquisite vase of red The ulaces were mark- carnations. ed by hand painted place cards, combining the sentiment ot ooin Valentine and Washington's birth-daThe red color motif appeared prettily in the six delicious courses ot the taumessiy servea menu. Miss Jessie Henry left this week for St. Louis, where she will spend Patrick Qulnn, of Chicago, arriva short time iu studlng dressmaking, and on her return will take charge ed here Wednesday to instal some of the dress making department at additions to the sprinkle equipment at the Mengel Box Co's., plants. I Smith Amuerg s store. Hickman Isn't the only town "aldeath." Bro. Walker of the Clinton Gazette says: "The ladies of Clinton have been enjoying a continual round of receptions and entertainments the past few weeks, given in honor of visitors in our city, and our society editor has about exhausted his vocabulary trying to describe these social functions. With more of the same on the calendar and a society wedding; in the very near future, the aforesaid editor is looking askance at the weather which forbids a camp-ou- t on Bayou de Chien or Obion. most clubbed to he said, "they photograph comVtfi nnd meteors and flying bird and lightning flashes nnd all sorts of moving things without any trouble, "Dad," tography Unknown to Selene. The bight yenrold son of a scientist howed a sudden Interest In ph YOUTHFUL. MIND AT WORK. Detuctlen .Methtr Mutt Havt Feund Semswhat Hard to Cembst. Miss Marjorlo, nged fiv years, Is one nt those bright children who mako tho lives of their parents nnd teach' ers a burden, Quito rocnntlr she paid her first visit to a kindergarten, Upon her ri'turn homn alio grew enthusiastic, begging her mother to allow her to attend the school regularly. "It was so rory nice!" sho declared weetly. "And thn teacher. Miss I,e, Is so very nlco. too! She told mo If I was n good little girl I would grow up Into n pretty lady, but It 1 was naughty I would crow up an ugly AFTER VkTTY don't they?" "Yes, my ton." "Then how Is It they can't pho tograph a boy without putting hi head In an Iron frame?" or Ohio Cm n Totroa I f Lvr cocmtt. J. Chtkt miVM oath Mtt urtivr ot tl Arm of p J. CHctr xwlnrM tat On., dolni TWfJiV Omintr d SUM n,l aftimuU, nm will the aura itf O.NK llt'Nuncn IXH.t.AKH for nt rtrj raw pi catarrh inai rannoi pe mm Of IM UN lHltH CTJIItnil ClKC H th ril "T ho D wnta ntr n that MM pr t, Cured by Lvdin r y mo wasn WKf - r, frt Swnni Vim I 1 -- brtart lutMrnonl .,u V.J VI .YvmUCT, A. V., I li riiKvr.v rnts'K j. tn pmraca tna and rnr A. Noriar naue. lUlla caitrrti run la t tntrrnillr Mid arti tlrrtilT kpon lh bwrxt ami nuratu nirtirra ot thi M lor ttlmnnui, Im riiem. r.i. CIIKNKV A CO.. Tjtrio. O. ... poia nr n nrwrauu. tw Taia 1UU t imur i'un for ronitliulfcm. V ' V 0.LEASOV, It Isn't the knocker who mission to our confidence. gains ad GRIP IS PREVA LENT AGAIN. A prompt remedy is what every one is looking for. The efficiency of Pcru- nais so well known that its value as a grip rem edy need not be questioned. The grip yields more quickly if taken in hand prompt ly. If. you feel grippy It practically reversed the program carried out when the fleet Bailed. President Roosevelt, on board tho Mayflower, anchored between tho Horseshoe and Lynn Haven bay, re viewed the fleet as It passed In. Rear Admiral Sperry, tho othpr commanders officers, then went nnd executlvo aboard the Mayflower to rocelvo the president's crcetlngs. after which the president In turn visited tho flagship of each division and met tho assembled officers and six representative ROADS, VA. X-wIlatltoshlp rnccs, a hip asalnst ship, nnd squad' squadron, ron nitnlnst nmrked Iho final tog of Iho cruise of tho Atlantic fleet when tho United States armailA started from Qlbrnltnr for home. Tho by maneuvers of the fleet, nine wnrshlps from homo waters, wore the most elnborato ever undertaken by I'nited States war vessels. And when the fighting craft cast anchor hero February 2i. they wore In fit condition to steam out to face an enemy. Tho proRrnm for tho reception of the fleet on Its roturu to Hampton Roads was elabornto nnd worthy of tho proud record made by the ships. - AMI'TON IBj onnl" "That Is qulto true, dear," her moth-e- r answered wllh ft smile. Silently Miss Marjnrlo regarded the Then thoro wore those ambitious tire under practicality battlo condition, ami now records have, broil naval projects of the great S'npoleon flro of pine logs. Prononlly aha hurst rosultlng In the fnmntia French cruises out 'Then what ft naughty, naughty made. 4 to Hgypt West to ' sTlLINQ. Indies nnd and aftmward end tho those little girl Mlis I.e must havt bcon." Tho Ilohemlan, In NEW back, only to RECORDS FOR evor memorable disasters tn French NOT FOR HIM, Nona Other to Compare with 'Achievesen townr at the battle of the Nile ment of Our Fleet. and at Trafalgar. S1NCK the fnbled cruise of tljo Ar of old thero have been many famous cruises lit history, but nono that can compnre, either Tn iiibk nltudc of vessels or In lonRih of miles, to tho Krent world cruise Just finished by our fleet. When Admiral Rolestvonsky took his doomed ships from tho Raltlc to the Sea of Japan, this was heralded to all tho world as tho greatest armed orulso In history, and ho It was up to that time. Yet npart from tho sin Rtilar fact that theso Russian Ugli'lnc ships were foredoomed to disaster, what n miserable achievement It was an compared to tho maRnlflccnt, rcslsf less, onward awcep of our own fight Intr ships! From first to last the cruise of the Russian fleet was attended by nils haps, false starts, falsn alarms,, egre gious blunders and humlllatlnnH of Seeond Spanish Armada, Coming down to moro modern times, no olio can lmvo forgotten that III fated cruise of another Spanish ar mndn under Admiral Cervera, which ended In tho total loss of Rpanlsh sea power at Santiago do Cuba. All theso orulsoa, like that of Ro- Jestvensky, were romnrknblo not onjy for their truRic endings, uitt tor uic series or blunders, follies nnd mis haps that attended them from first to last. How different In comparison with Nelson nnd Ulake, or wen such an early Iour war cruise na that achieved by old Admiral Drake when he sailed his puny fiRhtlnR ships all the way from Kngland around tho Horn nnd up to our own wnlor near what la now Drako's bay! When President Roosevelt gave his first order that the Atlantic fleet mil.,. "m "IMflM. --H m 1 JsrHsssssV anil H.i I i: ssstl?? 'fl'ssR"! " "Vila aI " t,' Riven m, and I na to nil my f rlcndi M 1P38 Lausdowno S Tho most auojr-- -' v'-- irtM1' s. w B"T ffimnlrt itfimtiKlt.1. t i - "Now, boy, this la Important It's an Invitation to dinner'" "Thanks, boss. Uut I can't accept. Ma dross suit's In hockl" bain's Vemitahln f lni.t ! In.t more widely ' ' 1 There tiro four ndvant.icrs In tak. Ing Munyon's Homeoiathlc Homed lea. First, thoy aro ioslllvcly harmless. Second, thoy nro pleasant to tako. Third, they relievo quickly. Fourth, thoy cost nothing unless thoy glvo Prof. Munyon has Juit Issued a Macwhich will bo sent frc lo any person who nddresses The Munyon Company, Philadelphia. atlne-Almana- c. - "tfc ... j I,,,,,-- , nnvnllmpfam,!. iiiuu.uuus Ol wo:.V 3 w i Vim LL iroiiuim Willi . Mr i nution. uiccntll-n-. I Ik.l IUtMllUlQ-TUlilW "(ivii,uui. 1 n nude-.- : ,vr( .1 . -; a'rall tr .... lnillgrstloiL and ncrv rafrettai mear.i rt I. nuincnus uou v give ip i j, harn irlren .i V vaoio uompouixi a iai. I f vnti irntilil L a . hul.i . , 1 f get a bottle of Pcruna at once. Delay is almost tiitiuanniia to health, fa certain your case. " ; to aggravate tf,. kV MMSMCfTA MM I fl MISSOURI For a freo illustrated booklet entitled "The Truth About Peruna, " address The Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. Muucd postpaid r- - -" Mlddl Course th Best, Lobster and champagne for supper that's high Jinks. Sawduit and near coffee for breakfast that's hygiene. Uetween theso two eminences, however, thero's room for socio genuine living. Who Wouldn't f "We need a man to ploy tho part of millionaire: would you care to as sume the rolnT" "I'd rather assumo thn roll." dIUI. SITTLE Ty CARTERS NtAUAUH rtlllwlytlM T CARTER'S r.. U ? a, COLDS CURED IN ONE DAY m Try Hicks' Carudlne. WlWtlltr from CMa. IImI fttamarh nr Nrrruita trosblra. Hi arla am apmtlly It's rHv by cta Clinlln For Headache take-KrtnUqul-plaa-nt S ": Uia Ik.wc.a. .a. - . to lmintlUWIr. and Ke at Drue titarra. 10, a Genuine Fac-Simt- Mutt Etv IPlTTtE Squirt -- r7T fMA aiaiaiaiaK aw 7 jf--T- ki jo. Reminded. "Does your husband forgot to mail tho letters you give him?" I put them In his cigar "Never. iU8' Fiver s7 rSr- HtrUSt JUdjIII ,1 n New Book en o uonsumn case." .l I'lirtlclant. Pmetl atul limn I j,.. 'V1irrvar llpnl. Aal Dmc data far Murlno ltva ltmn,1r Tr lin. rtna In Your Uyt. Vou Mill Uks ilurtaa. Hir-rln- lomral by 'onfarmj la fur W'lna FrtMMta A rly Itrnrdj-'ompoundm- l FREE XWWM, rtM TO ALL Jtunypn's Cold Remedy Relieves the throat and longs almont Immediate Clierka Fevers, stops UlHliargea of the noe, Ulej away all aches and palas caused by colds. It cures Orlp and obstinate Coughs and preventa Pneumonia. I nee 25c Hare you stiff or swollen Joints, no matter how chronic? Ailc your drugglat for Uunyoa's Kbeamatltm Ilemedy and sco how quickly you will be cured. If you hare any kidney or bladder trou-M- e and, ly Character's strength Is not in doing hat n would have us do. but what tho consclcnco dictates Is our duty Royston. elf-wi- " i0Nirtiau. s ' f3 cfKnikWWtf all kinds, Kven after tho Russian ships had nt last got out Into tho open sea after their ludicrous battle with tho Urltlsh trawlem on the Dogger banks they had to put Into evory neutral port along tho way for coal and provisions, only to be humored or ordered out again, according to the good will of tho various port authorities. Then nearly six months hnd to bo spent at Madagascar In refitting, yet during; all that time, so Admiral second In command has get Munyon'a Kidney Itemedy. Munyoa's Vltallzer makes weak men Iron and restores lost powers. Prof, Munyon has lest iMued Matratlnr-Almaoa- c, which will b sent freo to any person who addrefc The Jluojron Comoaoj. Philadelphia. uel as a of a aoro gargle upon the flrtt yraptoraa threat will invariably prcttnt all tlirvo of tlicwe dread diavaica. lradi to Tnn,i1ill Ouinrv Hamlina and i)ilhthrru. Vinl (ill Sons throat st t W Minnt n BIBB a n e- - I n III c ZM B tr . if r ' If I a5j&j 7W? vrJ' "When a womnn'a husband Is the subject of conversation, she Isn't In a position to say what sho realty thinks. Hooper'sDon'tScrateh 18 sold. by druggists cvciywucrc una positive aatlormen selected from tho division. guarantee to cure Danbeen a practice trip The cruise druff and all Scalp throughout, has but It luinalned for the Troubles, Tetter, Eczema, Itch, Ringworm, final lap to Institute the maneuvers Chapped, Sunburned and testa planned. The intention was to give the vessels the Hcverest trials Face and Hands, Piles.Sore, nt the finish of their loug Journey, In Sweaty, Blistered Feet, order that any defects In them might Cuts, and all Irritations be demonstrated. of the Skin. Does not In addition to the 1C battleships that stain, grease or blister. Two Sizes, SOc and $1 composed tho fleet, thero woro tho ankton and Panther, two storeshlps. bottles. Trial Size 10c. Either mailed direct on and two colliers. Theso wero started receipt of price. ahead from Gibraltar. Roforo thoy HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Teias, had negotiated much of tho distance (Tetter Cure) Great Home Eye Remedy. for all dimwa cif the fye, qKk relief from icin PFTTTirrj HYH K.VI.VR All drugjiata or Howard 11 rot., Uullalo, N'. Y, should start for Its "practice crulso" to tho Pacific from Hampton roads, all the European naval experts on the Somo peoplo spend so much time handing out advice that they havo no time to accompllth anything. mm rs l uw ir m 14 jrtit- lBmiMahrl lh TL.M.aNiifl kat Wl', . continent permitted themselves to doubt whether our ships could evor be got ready In time, and whethor the long cruise could over bo nccom-pllrhewithout serious disasters, tint every English speaking sallorroan know in his heart that the great fleet would bo all ready and would start oxactly on time, to the minute, as It did. d and Jersey City, N. J. For 16cj tod brilliant Oowtjn. Tbtrcfnr. to sUa yoa m cuUMutr tfw 1000 low 1000 1000 1S0O kmls Finn Kicfi " " M ' " Onion Sed. Carrot Seed. Celery, 100 Partler. Juley Radlih Seed. TenderTumlpSeed. BuUenrLeUueaSted. sV 11 itr i.ai! MUlutrU.wUlAiittU In all 10,000 lfurntU of wrrmot4 Donntm irowi mm, wvu wurva I.OOof tor tuavn'a niwiwy ilclu4)o( big cvuiuf ) ji ptjtiia for but 1 o i la i'adw. Aivt If rov nd 20 viU a prk- CaUIo lie PUnt. Tool mmd frvtalaUadlii iMiftn. Wriufor MBit luuar , 1500 IVsA 100 1200 Cu,aitDntsr.sCM Melons, 100 Tomato. I a Sd THE JOHH A. SALZER SEED CO. ' LaCROSSC, WIS. westward across the Atlantic they ere met by the welcoming fleet sent out from tho United States. This consisted of the battleships Maine, New Hampshire, Idaho and Mississippi, the armored cruisers Montana and North Carolina, and tho scout cruisers Salem, Dlrmlngham nnd Chea ter When they joined tho othors It made a fleet of SO battleships, Ave powerful cruisers and two smaller fighting craft As soon as tho war ships were assembled the real work of tho homeward crulso was under taken. Admiral Sporry had framed an elaborate program, !ii which all tho vessels took part. While tLo fleet, or the main body of It, jogged along at a pace that brought It Into Hampton Roads February 22, thy Individual ships wero put through srecd trials and endurance tests. Ships of similar class raced to deterlk'shlps of different designs wero tested ouo against tho other to determine tho superiority of stylo. There wero also races between squadrons, and battlo mnnouvors. In lilth squadrons and lUvislons partici pated. Thoro also was guunury mine Individual excullouoy, whllo bat- - testified, nono of tho crews of any of tho Russian war ships was drilled In target practice. In short, nothing could be moro different than this sad record of the Russian fleet commanders while steaming around Africa and up Into the China seas and our own proud record while our 1C battleships, two cruisers, six torpedo, boats nnd an nmlllary fleet of supply ships and colliers steamed around the world. FURS Hides and Wool ia We Buy cuLEJl Baeiwaa. Cbueni, Coldto SL(Ycllaw Iloo4), Mr AppU, Wild Ctnger, mlc W u dcalarti FaatWti Tallow, prac- - Had Confidence In Fleet. What Is more, we all knew that the great fleet would swing arouud tho world, looking In at tho Hawaiian Islands, tho Philippines, Into China anil Japnn, and back again without tho slightest ifhadu of doubt In tho soul ot any American that tho fleet would alwnys acquit Itself well and achieve what It act out to do. This, Indeed, Is tho great thing that has been accomplished by tho fleet. For tho first tlmo In history tho PaSignificant Historical Fact. cific ocean Iibb been put Into commisTo the historian It ccnuot but ap- sion. This Is a great fact, a great pear as a significant thing that all achievement, the rcsulta of which can other previous great cruises in his- never bo changed or lost. Henceforth tory, with tho exception of those un- In tho world's history the I'nclflc sailors, ocean, which II rut came Into Internadertaken by English-speakinhavo only resulted In disaster 'and tional prominence only with Dowey'a shumo. There was tho great cruise great victory In Manila bay and tho ot tho Spanish urmiula, for Instnnce, Japanese victories tti their own walaunched against England by Philip IL ters, will loom up In historical luipor ot Spain, which ended In such uttel tauco as did tho Mediterranean beforn Columbus' great orulso opened up tho rout and disaster. About tho same time lit the far east Atlantic." A better' result oven thnu thla en tho Jupnuosu conqueror, Hldeyoahl, undertook to subjugate Korea and China vlablu achievement during tho (loot's with u formidable fleet of some 750 world cruise, perhaps, U tho mural Im' war junks, many of thoin armed with presslon m&do upon ttho world at brass camion, ut his fleet, too, was largo by tho mujostlc nppcarauco and overcome in fair fight by the com- efficiency ot our Bhlps whllo under tho bined war fleets of China and Korea, eyes ot foreign observers, Croup Tonsilitis Asthma A nuick and powerful remedy Is needed to break up an arUi-- cicreSloan'a Liniment has cured many cases o( croup. It acts Ha'ir . applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the p'.uga." duces the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing. - For and Elves quick relief In all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, and pains In the chest. Trie, ssc, boo., aoJ l.oo. Sloan's Liniment Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Boston. Moss. tonKi lef ore tfie ccoilant niDK tttif: rmr nuEN'S backing COUGH ' HtUaontunrSa Loulitait" and tta do belter for you Uu apeaU pr caouuiJoa cwrchtali. IWrtcao, But la Louiinl. Wriia ttf waily pik hit aad UpUss I856-U- 0ftr ' ' lungi, eipouog tlien to the raragei of deadly diieaie. I a Eoea atraight lo the leat of Uia lioulle, rtopi ike cough, tfienfMci the lungi, sod quickly iclkvcs unliealihy rmuttiom. lkcau ol M ....... ..'.I iiicuon uora uuiiuui iuniwtM i. b i, iK ,iJsm i: i i f . UMii IUM hi i. i teiaedy for eKildrea. At die trU lymptoau of a tough or cow w u lime obci you xUl ttvo torrow sod lunenoa i"" GIVE THEM I'ISO'S CUKJS lean tho ilicaU merobiaae t ""j '.. M. 218 E. Millet St. U. Sahal St Sens, UUItVULE, KY. - -- i - - - - P BROKEN REST. UNPROFITABLE CUSTOMER, t -- A Back d a That Aches All Day Disturbs Sleep at Night, I. "c " '. I" -' .,f,l its chfmits hav I, lJ ptr" nf Hvnir ( - n ,. .. - ll nf It A PRACTICAL ICEHOUSE, One. IU. f le- , r r.ar. known to net most V. t MlininR them moil 1 There la Yet Time to Build and Fill -i .1 ' tic ' 1 r.l,lnif Hvrnn of 01 11 i'V .f s una - one KrnuIno B7n,P anu n j 12 ' ' ' is t!33 ihr C ulifomlA Fig Syrup necessary to buy tin t a Mt.j:U J - Lf the above inns rnmuin -.'urn or to return them t ick(5t,thcfullnam , ;t- ilvyrupCo. iJ 3 t : fr WAS Is not found thereof. Tho usefiilnpsi of lc on tho farm can scarcely ho cxaKgernfi'd. nnd I .wonder that auch a' unalt percentngo or rnrmera posscsa a convenient ator n". Wo hnvo atoreil Ico for about flf teen years. Klvo yenra ngo tho Ico- on no wn remodeled ami thn follow In Is n deacrlptlomof the prsent plan, wrura a corresponuent or llural Now Yorker. It la 12xlt foet nnd 12 feet hlKh on n tuofiKit atono foundation. Tho studdlnK la oak, 2x8 Inchea, shenthed on holh shloa and filled be OFF THE tween Willi sawdust. CALLER. Prnm thn atinl HEADINQ dliifi n furrltiK pnijeota out Plan for Oettlng Rid of Life Insur-an- e witii trie siuitiR on this, maklni; an air Agents Not Patented. 11 Fostor-Mllburn two-Inc- h Thomas N. McCullough, 321 80, Vcber SL, Colorado Hprlngs, Colo., saya: "Attnckfjof y backncho and trouble, began to como on me, lasting often for thrco weeks at a tlmo, and I would bo unablo to turn In bed. Thn itrlnn much disordered, rnntnlnlnt- - mllmnnf nd my rest was broken nt night. Relief from theso troubles enmo soon nftor I started taking Roan's Kidney 1'Ills, ond continued treatment entire ly froed mo from kldnoy troublo. Tho euro has been permanent" Bold by nit dealers. CO cents a box. Co., Huffalo, N. Y. kid-no- CASTORIA BBt5jtsgljjwk- - W iiiirsisisis IvrB-lJhf-B.lV- For Infanta and Children. Caterpillar How much a shave, barber? narber-T- cn cents, but It will cost you a dollar, tho price of ten shaves, if you want to bo shaved all over. Overdoing It. A young Englishman, after ha had oecn in Dovlrs valley for n couplo of months, began to grow thin. Wyoming cooking did not appeal to him. his squeamish appetite thcro was another thing that tho natives held against hlra his oullnndlsh custom of taking a bath every morning. Ono day his landlady was discussing him with a friend. "I tell yo what, Sal," said tho visitor, "hos Jest nway agrlev In' for somo gal back east thar." "Nothln' o tho kind," said tho land-ladcontemptuously. "You mark my words, nowthat young feller he's a washln' hlssclf away." Every-bodyJest Magazine. 's l B bbbKjHjB " 8 - smB sssiiH Ba Bst'ssssH ssssM The Kind You Have Always Bought 4 n. ALCOHOL- -3 PER CENT AVctfctablc Preparation TorAs similnlirrg (he Food ond Rctf ula-lin- g the Stomachs and Bowels of Bears the Signature of Promotes Digcslion.ChccrfuI-.nessamlRest.Contai- neither Opium.MoTphinc nor Mineral tvAl Not NAnc Fipt A't.krlliS.IU rouDrSAMvuirrarDt otic . leer 80 NERVOUS. Htt Not te 0 Agiuted, Cven by "Percy, Dear. . tor 'L g t t,iT for the summer P. train nmrnlne crlnK many well -- 3 to their town fi'er rodo a stormy 9 wmC At ttio n f 31 s a family of three boarded t. i daiiKtitor 1 n i'( S fh snore 01 was pet poodle, ono blanket, awl ona x U a much worn lcatb' 3T'r had no aooner f'uni urn western U- r t ' 'r rr. - apparent that toe i"d ns the train had ;i a among me pen, ,fj 1 r -- w:j c J i t"t talking aloud, t' saiu iim iui' On a' ;r K rectlvcly the jt 5 1 Practical Icehouse. spaco aulTlolently larKo. that tho aides of tho building nro kept from hecom- Iiib; warm by tho cool current which passeif from tho Rround up and Into tho lets chamber. A UxlS lnch blind at each Knblo pur mils a freo clrcula Hon of air and la In my estimation better than a oupola as there Is more of a draft over the Ico. As la shown In tho cut there are. double doors four feet wldo extending from tho founda Hon to tho ravoa. A 4x1 Inch scnntUm; put In tho peak for attaching n double pulley, facllllatoa tho handling vf tho .ce; tho man In tho wagon acta tho tonga In a cake and another man In tho doorway aelzoa It with his tongs as It Is drawn up; In this way only three men nro necessary at tho build Ing, one to unload nnd two to pack. Honcat.li the building n number of eight-Inctllea aro set on end with n. llttlo pleco of board over each; on tho dirt floor la six Inches of sawdust. Tho cakes of Ico nro eel on edge, iach tier oemg nnisned nnd covered with a layer of sawdust before another Is begun. It Is belter not to have tho enkea too close together, so tbat tho sawdust will sift down between. Sawdust Is better than cracked Ico to flit In with, ns It does not leave air rpacea and also prevents tho enkea from freezing together so solidly. When filling, luoso boards are placed In front of tho doors and about ten or twelvo Inches back of them la filled In with sawdust. Our Icehouse Is filled from a pond about n mile away. Ico sawa are used, and the cakes cut from 25 to 35 Inches square; a common wagon box will hold two tiers, 30 cakes of Ico. Tho capacity of this la 40 tons, but of course any slio could ho built on tho snmo plan. and a larger nno would keep the leu In a much better condition. -- 'j in r '" itii r ;i ' t 1 aT homo. Where cw r;m ; be iTe restless In the -' on on condlllon ato Ikbby.M Lj i 'xi rr jrh for the atormy : -V. h a loud inort h h' handbac from 'I 1 r I' head, and pranced I) 1 t.: h '.cnj, li c r ard raiilni; rooroo 11 1" ' Tt t The lytfipathetlc n .d at cneo and laid It j ;t t:-- 1" ortr hro and alt Ik ji' ' ir: r r 21 " fj ra'rr -i on a seat In tr ywrnini: ior up thn Tho boll rang thrco times, nnd tho man at tho desk hastily reached for a flannel bandage. This ho put round his neck. Then ho arranged a sling. In which ho put ono arm, disarranged his hair, drew down tho cornera of his mouth, got out of bis chair, nnd painfully limped toward tho door. "Mr. JoneaT" Inquired tho caller, who opened It at that moment. Tho man with tho bandage half suppressed a groan. "Yes, that's my name. What can I do for you?" "You appear to bo suffering," said tho Intelligent caller. "Suftorlng!" returned tho other. "Do you think I'm doing this for fun? Uut what Is your business, air?" "Kr pardon mo," stammered tho caller, "I think I'll drop In somo othor time ehT" "It's somo trouble," soliloquized tho man with tho bandage, as ho removed tbo paraphernalia and returned to his desk. "Hut it Is really tho quickest way to get rid of these Ilfo Insuranco agents. That man will never trouble me again." Loadon Tlt nita. d In w. J 11 . Darky's Letter. A New York business man was cleaning out his desk tho other day and tearing ijp his old letters when tho colored porter, who was In tho office, spoko up and said: "Boss, glm-mone ob dem letters?" "What do you want It for?" "I promised to wrlto a letter to my old mammy la Norf but, as I hasn't lahned to wrlto ylt, I can Jess send her ono ob dem letters you hain't got no uso for. Hit will mako her feel good, hit will!" Tbo gentleman gave the affectionanti-fa- t ate son a circular, wblch was duly mailed and addressed. A Car-Unpatent-mcdlcln- Apcrfecl Remedy forConslipa-lio, Sour Stomacli.Duirrhoea, Worms .Convulsions.Fevcrish-ncs- s n and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature. of Use For Over Thirty Years o The Centaur Company, NEW YORK. juar.ititecd under llic Foodarvlj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMt eiimuiiofAT. new ton em n 3 riitnWnic IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA. t K cca Whole Body a Mats of Raw, Bleeding, Torturing Humor Hoped Death Would End Fearful Suffering. In Despair; Cured by Cutlcura. 1 n ' c r r""' BR1NCIN0 HIM OUT. WSft Ds?t' In h 1 I' tou noror incak o hoi a diamond In 15.3 Vr- r- Yes. I think io. too Tin ci. me him. Eaty Come, 11 Li rer: 1 I'roail and Imbard 1' ii'!hla once heard -, 1. .i :niW between ft ! 1 tr- -i fsinj; In a aewcr and '' ' s lady with a capacious ' t; en her arm: 1 4. v tuy Go. cyct and looklnc Into the Ati at arc you doln'T" 3 Cirr V. rrlclEet." ho rnlled. ; a aarnln" alimony for A:J what aro you Uoln'T" In aEpcndln It," replied ' r. T as she trotted off. -- " t JtiB.a 1 to you, I'at," tald S '1 I l-- In distress tho mother J tCf frnm trnvlnr.. -If h"or It will lcate a dl'sfigur- -- f'll ' Comfnrt Rtlll ' '! f ' w c! Org ycara fell and t J t:;:T I,, so badly that a doc-t3 b CiT.mnnKil n nw .in rt'r:n br n. T'ST locked cr-afho f . my r"(U( wc uy will cover IUM GOOD Coffee Thelarr- CHANGE to Poitum. n. imv In--- . Y - -- P:rei Sd, a aj a itai v "''iiB ' irom conco , to ,vluu Brow lil'r I. -it- E'mpI , (iueg,,0n f t"7ln uer 10 K,,ow 11,0 Joy Ji Vni ! l..4 tuul u, ufntor near y my atoraach ,?lilt co,r;0 nd try It. "Words cannot descrlbo tho tcrrlblo eczema I suffered with. It broko out on my head nnd kept spreading until my It covered wholo body. I was almost a solid mass of sorea from head to foot. I looked mora llko a pleco of raw beef than a human be ing. Tho pnln and ngony endured seemed mora than I could bear, lllood and pus oozed from tho great soro on my scalp, from under my finger nails, and nearly nil over my body. My cars wero so crusted and swollen I was afraid they would break off. Krcry hair In my head fell ouL I could not sit down, for my clothes would stick to tho raw and bleeding flesh, making mo cry out from tho pain. My family doctor did all ho could, but I got worso nnd worse. My condition was awful. I did not think I could livo, and wanted death to como and end my frightful sullorlngs. , "In this condition my mother-in-labegged mo to try tho Cutlcura Remedies. I said I would, but had nohopo of recovery. Hut oh, what blessed I experienced nfter applying Cutl- - ( cura Ointment. It cooled tho bleeding and Itching flesh nnd brought mo tho first real sleep I had had In weeks. It was as grateful as Ico to n burning BARLEY AND OATS. tonguo. I would b.itho with warm experiment of Growing Mixed Crop by water and Cutlcura Soap, then apply ' tbo Ointment freely. I also took Cutl- - ' Ontario Experiment Station, curn Resolvent for tho blood. In a riarloy nnd oata grown as a mixed short tlmo tho sores stopped running, crop at tho Ontario oxktrlmcnt Bin- - tbo flesh began to heal, and I know I Hon. gave In 1907 tho highest yield of was to get well again. Then tho hair grain, 1,979 pounds per acre, where on my hood began to grow, and In & four pecks of each wero used er acre. short tlmo I was completely cured. Tho mixture, of Manshury barley and I wish I could tell everybody who has ' Mrs. Wm. Daubenoy oata has been found to ripen eczema to use Cutlcura. ' well together and to produco a lrgo Hunt, 135 Thomas St, Newark, K. ylold of grain. Tho rcsulta with crop Sept. 28, 190S." mixtures of 12 and eight kinds of ttcr Dnif It Cbem. Corn, Bole Pror-L- , notion. ' grain. In combination made up of uniProsperity Is the touchstone of vir form weight of sood, or of qunntltlcB misIn tho anmo proportion na whim tbo tue; for It Is less difficult to bear crops nro grown separately, tthowctl fortunes than to remain uncorrupted the supremacy of .Manshury six rowed by ploasuro. Tacitus. barley when used In this way. In tho For Hoarsrnrn nnd Couahs "Hrown's avorngo'of six ycara' work nnd tho re-- Urunclilnl Trochts" are wonderfully ef- Samntra ent free HtilU of 21 testa this vnrlcty repre fcctlvr. 3Lcent! a box.Hon, Itimton, Mass. by John llrown & sented 17.C per cent In tho mlxluro. It Is a difficult task to speak to the Cow's Milk for Colts. stomach because it nam no ears. Cow'a milk Is often used with nd- Cato. vnutago In feeding foals. Koals Buf CUItKn IN 0 TO 14 DATS. fering from dlstbtnpur cannot Rlwnys (AfO OlNTltKNT Is (varantcnl to run anr raaa tako solid food satisfactorily, and may SIUillcblnc. iiiina, mtrdin or vnxniainit I'uh in or laonrr nruodad. We. II dart b nurtured on cows milk. Tho foal may bo tuught to' drink h? pouring It Women wouldn't be so talkatlre UlHin tho grain feed; tho young thing It they otily spoko their minds. eats tho moistened feud, and by tlp-Mrs. VTtiialoar'a Sootlilnr Hrrnn. plug tb'i pan It soon leurna to drink ror rhlidran UttLlc. t tana tha luraa. raduraa ra- tho scpuratetl milk. BaianiaUon,aUaaiaIa,curMWla4Gollu. ZSoatiotUa. to-llI I Remarkable Thermometer. Somo curious thermometers were made. Otto do Guerlcke, burgomaster of Magdeburg, made ono which was 20 feet long and gorgeous with blue paint and gilt stars, It consisted of a largo globe fastened to a tube, both of copper. Tbo tube was bent upon Itcelt to form a very narrow U, In which was placed tbo requisite amount bf alcohol. Ono arm of tbo U was shorter than tho other and open at the top. On the liquid was a float, to which was attached a cord passing over a pulley. At tho other end of this cord was bung a gilt angel. Its finger pointing to ft scalo on which tbo degrees wore painted. For Colds and Grlpp Canudlne. The belt rsmedy for Oilpp nnd Cold Is Itlckk' C'upudlne. Kelleves tha achlnc nnd feverlnhneu. Curr the xll Headachnt also. Ifii Uquld Kffecu Immedlauly 10. S and Kkj nt Drue Stores. men regard faith as a theory; men uso It as ft practical working power to get things done and dono right Ruskin. Small-mindelarge-minde- d Is now successfully raised In most sections of the country and heavy yields are obtained by gives vigor to the plant and Insures a deep rooted, well set stand that produces large yields. All who have used Potash; say 1 Potash POTASH Potash is Profit fertilizer Is eomplets for nana wiinuut at least 10 per cent, of Potash or 10 poundi of jttnal Potash per ICQ pounds of Icrtilijrr. II you cannot ret inch n fertilixer from yoar dealer voa should rclntorco the low trade roads with 2 pounds of Muriate of retain to the hundred for each per cent, of 1'otash needed. No Fx- ,- WrUtfor (jffrrtlr. I KWTDU-UIush- . .. n . ... r .'It norss, iu baaaier wag., Atlanta ucrman nnii n ' SL .a, jxlnjltt prrtalnUg to To restore a normal action to liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, take Garfield Tea, the mild herb laxative. No man can own any more than ke can carry In his own heart Slerlt SJ d. allawxl u SS rtarn i. mito.r 'rlns. a4r"Mrtl-Iilll.OUmIsuU, OkJa. Ste ntor Mlllns h,h H Ul T.kl.U. Mil Tablvti. IrVittCOLDRIHC boiM -- twi II. DEFIANCE Cold makes laundry work a pleasure. Watir Starch 19 mm N. K. HAIR BALSAM Clajrs and brAabflca Ui halt. Cum acalp diMM Tails NTr to Its to Beator Hair ToulSful a loxon.fil rrovth. 0e.nmJBt Color. hair lftlnak. Dniggittj Orar oz. plic. lJc F (19098) 2270. Rural Telephones f Do you realize that rural telephones, more than anything else, tend to increase the earning power of every farm and farmer? Do you realize that ALL of the material needed to build the very best rural telephone line exactly the same as the Bell Company puts up will cost you and your neighbors less than'half a bale of cotton or twenty bushels of wheat each? 1 Over 4,000,000 Western Electric Telephones are in use In the United States We made the first telephones and we have made the most in facti we have made more than all other manufacturers combined. We have brought the rural telephone within the reach of every farmer, and with our Freo to-da- y. Bulletins before him a boy can install and operate the system. Our telephones arc guaranteed. Cut out this advertisement, write your name and address on the margin and mail it so that the Free Bulletins, which describe the entire plan in detail, may be sent you immediately. ' to-d- WESTeRNELEGTRiC COMFAaW southern omces NORTHERN AKD WXSTERN OFFICES Atlftntft Cincinnati KtMaa City 1'ultsmoutit Saint LouU of all Apparatus ao4 mcJ in the Coonlruo txa Operation aad Maint m luepbooa ruLuia. fcquip-se- Muiiifacturtrs tad Suppliers CoatOQ ThtladclphU Saint Paul Salt Lakt City San KrawUco I07 Chicago Dcovcr Ijq Anttka New Vwk Omaha Scattlt B.B.B Cafes Through llie Blood Diamonds Pimples, Itching: Humors. Rheumatism, Blood foison. eczema. Done fains. In Uulm) la the only llluod remedj that kills the poison (l)otaulo ttio blood and torn purities It sending a flood of pure, rlca blood direct to tue akin auriace, uouea. Joints and vruererer tua aiseaae la locatea. in inia war an Dorea, I'lcera, rimnlen. Eruptions ara healed and cured, palua and aebea of Uneumatlam ceaae, awellliiira aubalde. 11. II. II. complete choiirea tba body Into clean, bcalthr condition. irllnir the akin tba rich, red hue of perfect health. II. 11. 1L eurca tha worat old caaea. Try lu $1.00 per lnrso botllnat Druir Htorea with dlrcctlona (or home cure. S AM VtM Vlli'.K f writing IM.OOD 1IA UI CO., Atlanta, Ca I D. D. 11. Ulood The things you really stand for are It Is Strange. "It U really beyond comprehension retcftlod to thoso you run after. nag roi en 1iubcii ironr ii every great cattle fanner, who Is ,m without urrn,,K that Wet Arhawl'a Allen's MrJ rmndfor tho owner of a valuable herd and OtarStuuuteaUiuealala. B.lUjuMlniliatinna. M, 1 Ires trial aaa-e- . A. oiaiaud, Im lloj, knows It to be Infected, doos not tako tho simple precaution of Isolating his Wlso men mako proveroa tbat fools tn"u,U, 1,1(r"-ofrom atom-"- calves from the full grown wh animals of may misquote them. " dr""k coffee, but , , "R '"Pitura ho feela so his stock und feeding thum on unln oorh fected milk." Dr. Ilnng. 1 - J ' Crooks understand the art of out of financial straits. I I . ONLY ONKHIIKO.MO OniMNK" real la LAXATIVE IIIIOUO UUiNINH. look tot lbs alanature at U. W illlOVk. Ual tbe World star ki Cure a Ould in Ona IMr. Wc 0K For DISTEMPER atitl Pink Eye, Eplzootlo 0 . come highest when sold nosltWtrasMitlvsL iui nattsr Kaw hortM sit an AMtra InfsMtanl ts Runnn ipssMaL1 LtulJ.viffja on tL touirui tveta on tb Hkxxi and UlaJiJ) iila Ua rolsMHUHsj sraruasi f rum ILm buslr Curt lilatsuntstr In Doat Alld ISaaMU aVUd 1 bttlttrtA is l'uultnr. lArvMt Mlllur UvataUM-- ruia1v (SirM Ia (Trim. iSittMaiKt. atkl U flJw Milwr Wcs.ullia htrttla IL KbowtuiurUivirirat(wlttlMgtUforjrua. Wailllladtn. aUllUUI pa. CaUsMt r llookUt, ShlpplnrJ Fever t Catarrhal Fever rudy Kp sUklCVrM." t!a-,'- , at cut rates. SPOHN MEDICAL CO,. Bc.hc',I!S!oV.n.S. GOSHEN. WO., II, S. 1. l, t,v.'otuin w ,v 4 '"If E"r j;? ,; ,? , "Hit ""'t Sura to Cause Disease. Conllnumunt In dark, uuvcutllnted Tn,,0'i Itensoa." stabler wU not glvo tuborculusls but I'llrrr A urn It provide much more favorable cond tta full u( ItUlUKII dltlons for tho dovolopinent und spies of tho dlseiuo after tho living germ li Co,, T''o Itond to Well. nottlo present. Because of thoiio ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, $1,00, rotall. TiairrI Ul I jl get seared we can fix you up if you want best self, the selfdressed in the best ward-rob- e of manners and the sent! ment and sacrifice, that appears then. Alter marriage the self puts on its common habits for what it Is Then each real self must adjust it self to each real self; then must each bear and forebear, then must any incompatibility be met and mastered by mutual charity which suffereth long and Is the kind which never falleth. THE ORANDEST WOMAN. eiiupuncrinfn(s ForRcpresenUHv, Frank 17 vn .... ,, Tlilnl A V DEMOCRATir M TIN WORK, PLUMBING, METAL ROOFING, STEAM FITTING, GUTTERING, &c We also sell Dry Batteries and Gasoline -- IIUST ON THE AUKKO- T- COTTON Time to Act. Dent li'attfor the Fatal Stage JSxpcricnces. Occcsional attacks of backache, irregular urination, headaches and dizzy spells are common early sympIt's an toms of kidney disorders. error to neglect these ills. The attacks may pass off for a time but return with greater intensity. If there are symptoms of dropsy- - puffy swellings below the eyes, bloating of limbs and ankles, or any part of the body, don't delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney Pills, and keep up the treatment until the kidneys are well, then your old & ADAMS medical world to keep your windows open night and day. Fresh air is always pleasant and invigorating, but for those who live in town particularly the dwellers in an upper flat there is the disadvantage of having a struggle with the multitude of smuts which travel into your room on the wings of the wind and make you touch absolutely everything filthy. Here is a simple recipe of gauze, about nine inches deep across the upper part of the windaw frame on the out" side. It must be stretched rather tightly, and a coarse butter muslin or canvass wil time health and vigor will return. be found to answer the purpose Curesin Hickman prove the effec- admirably, a pale dull green color tiveness of this great kidney remedy. for perference. Then your window J. A. Eledge, Ellison St., Hick- can always remain open. Nashville man, Ky., says : "It would be im- Tennessean. possible for me to express my thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills tor the beneMoney to Loan. fit they brought me. I suffered from 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per pain in my back, also frequent head- cent per annum on farm lands in aches. When beta? bothered in this Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., way, Doan's Kindey Pills were and in Fulton County, Ky. About the cash valus, of a farm brought to my attention and I pro- one-ha- lf will be loaned. Loans made in turns cured them at Helm & Ellison's of $1,000 or more for five years dmg store. They freed my back with privilege to borrower of paying from pain and stopped the headaches same after one year in lull or makin a very short time. They are ing any size partial payment desired certainly an excellent remedy for at intervals of six months after the expiration of one year, interest be the purposes for which their use ing stopped on partial payments is intended." made. Call on or write. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 O. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the UnitVnomvpA cards nnd pmhossed ed States. tationery and cards of every de- . rr! 1 i! Remember the name Doan's and take no other. -- of Kidney nines. Profit It lllekmuh iVo;f'a Open Window Means Health. If you wish to be healthy and to sleep well, you are advised by the It's not much to say for a man that he 'never had an enemy. You could write that over a cabbage head. It would be appropriate in an essay on mush, or a panegyric on putty. s epitaph above It makes a the grave of an ox. If you never did anything to make anybody mad t you, you have been called a man merely through courtesy. You should apply for a place as a dummy in a window of a clothing store. first-clas- If you wish to have your prescriptions jiuea jrcc ly and Accurately take them to - Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) 20c a pound. Bettersworth & Parther. The best coffee in the world for We can prove it. Now is tlio time to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH Coal Wo PITTSBURG Handle BON AIR and TRADE DXTo. WATER UPlxoxi Hickman Ice & Coal Co 48 Incorporated J For Sheriff; When you want to get your craifd . COAL; 'i y est Idea of a queen, you do dot think of Cathe rine of Russia, or of Anne Circuit Court Clerk. of England, or Marie Theresa of J v. i .Bj Germany, but when you want to get your grandest Idea of a queen you For Jailer. We know of no other medicine which has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so think of the plain woman who sat opposite your father at the table many genuine testimonials, as nas Lydia E. Pinkham's or walked with him arm in arm down Vegetable Compound. School Superintendent, life's pathway; sometimes to In almost every community you will find women who Thanksgiving banquet, sometimes the MISS l to j have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegto the grave, but always together-sooth- ing woman you meet has etable Compound. Almost every y County Assessor: your petty griefs, correct cither been benefited by it, or knows some one who has. CHAS r ing your childish waywardness In the Pinkharii Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con- joining in your infantile sports County Judge, taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from listening to your evening prayers women seeking health, in which many openly state over toiling for you with needle or at the w. a ' 2 their own signatures that they have regained their health by spinning wheel and on cold nights taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. County Attorney: wrapping you up snug and warm Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved And then at last on that day when JAS V. I! j many women from surgical operations. lay in the back room dying, and she County Court Cleric Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made exyou saw her take those thin s;p ' clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. hands with which she had toiled for The reason why it is so successful is because it contains you so long, and put them together tal r-- rmriv m . ingredients which act directly upon the female organism, in a dying prayer that commanded IHUtrmUtN 1 IliKFT restoring it to healthy and normal activity. you to the God whom she bad taught For Sheriff. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such you tc trust oh, she was tho queen : The chariots of God came down to chas as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. fetch her, and as she went all, heav Minneapolis, Minn. I wn.i a crrat nuffcrcr from frmule For County Judge. troubles which cnused n weakness unit broken down condition en rose up. You cannot think of I read so much of what Lydia 12. lMiikliniii'n of tho system. JAMES her now without a rush of tenderness i Vegetable. Compound hud done for other suffering women, I felt that stirs the deep foundaions ol would help me, and I must say It did help inc. wondermiro It For Jailer. fully. AVithln three months I wns n perfectly well woman. your soul, and you feel as much a benefits to letter made public "I want thinLydia K. Pinkham's to show tho Cnmpouml." he child again as when you cried on Vejrotahle derived from her lap, and if you could bring Mxs.JohnG.Moldau, 18115 Second St. North, Mlnncapoll,Mliin. her back again to speak just once Women who arc suffering from those distressing ills more your name as tenderly as she peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts used to speak it, you would be will Fire or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ing to throw yourself on the ground Compound to restore, their health. and kiss the sod that covers her Blows crviniri "Mother 1 Mother 1" Ah speckled apples all of us. We do she was a queen not care how deep and sweet and arur's tender and accordant love may ren LITTLE THINGS OF UYZ. r tmm Q it nV" I vr der the home life, it cannot but hap Why is it that we so easily forget pen that in the close contact in the that the little things In life are what The strength of a nation is in the every day openness and disclosures makes it easy or hard? A few pleas ho mes of the home, our bad points will intelligent and the world! best, ent words, a warm hand clasp, a of the people. come out. No family Is made up of cotdial letter, are simple things, but u i i v i m k an perfectly stright sticks, but crooked they are mighty in their influence The woman who has a home and ones. And when they are piled to on the lives of those about us, ad keeps it well, has no narrow sphere gether In the closeness of home life ding a ray of hope to many diicon in the nation and the church. the crookedness will appear. The sulate hearts, giving a bit of courage man and woman married the most to disappointed, weary ones, and How much of your success do you utterly, married along the whole line helping to make our own lives sweet to your wife? It is only just to of their natures, must yet find some er at the same time. Few people own this fact before her day by day. point where there is not complete realize how much the little attentions It will make her happy and keep her contact. There is dissimilarity of of every-da- y life mean to their as youthful. education. Before musicians can sociates in the hope, the church, pour forth perfect harmony, they HlCEMV , KT the business place. It is generally If you scar a jappling the tree must bring their instruments into a lack of consideration which makes tune. Before two hearts will tell the tale i so if a child is sub- perfect Roonjs and Board one forget the tiny pleasantries, but to improper influence and ex- can perfectly strike together, they lack of jected consideration is really one kV c ample, the scars will remain and his must be keyed to the same note, that form of selfishness, and selfishness by the day or wk cannot be altogether done before -' IU11UUIC IWUH life be blighted by it. is not considered a desirable quality The exact real self does marriage. Remember that the little things of Reasonable Ratei! not appear in courtship. It is the THE WOMAtf WHQ OIVES ADVICE. life, either good or bad, count for more with those we love than we She is a very wearisome woman, ever know, and we should be watch the one who gives advice. ful of our actions and our word. She does not wait until you ask for it or she thinks you need it. Co. Remarkable Device. She hag it in store, and if you Hickman Furniture happen along, she pours it out on A new freezing device is being ex 'IrlNCOW'OlMlilMyou. ploited in Germany, which is espec Funeral Directors It usually happens, too, that she tally adaped for domestic purposes. Nrtr (in , sa tklak till And Embalmen- pours it more freely when you can't The apparatus is quite inexpensive to all wosm, yoamlf bulidcs1, hire use it, don't want it, wouldn't have ( lifer tak. make and operate, It consists it, and wish she would keep still. Taausaads ol woaiea kirt writ-(t- n merely of a double wall tin vessel Kent Hickman, She has sharp eyes as a rule. to ttU sow tkey kave cuni with a capacity of five gallons. Ihtlr wnioly (fit, aid rtUertd They are not bright and pretty, but The hollow space between the two tktlr pains tti orer a adUUa restless little beads, that look as if walls Is about an inch across, By bar ea Umiitt, It yariaas they were threaded with a pin point the gradual admission of carbonic othr (onus ! ten lie dbeaic, 4 arwhich pricks at every glance. ia ( lb put II jittt, by tbit acid into this hollow space through a If she looks, it is to criticize: if popular a White cross-artti saasatal final tube, it is claimed that rtmcdjr she listens, it is to suggest ; if she water may b'e converted into Ice In Laundry speaks, it is to relate her experience the space of sixty seconds and that and explain her way. meats, fruits and beverages, such as You would meekly suggest that beer or wine, may be chilled or froz you also would like to come by your en in a few seconds. The effect Is knowledge through experience ; but produced by the sudden great reWOMAN'S RELIEF she seems to be doubtful if so unimduction of temperature caused by "1 btllive I worts' portant an individual will ever have hit bava the rapid expansion of the carbonic bttn dead," writia Mri. Alkali any of the happenings that teach. Limbe, ol Labaooa Junction, k'jr., acid, which Is admitted from an or"II It hada't bcia lor CarduL I She means well, oh, bless her, dinary carbonic acid resevolr. bad suffered with bad cramploi Smith, Agt s but she is very yes "wearing" to apclla, palus la my back, ildca Hartford Post, and arrai, aod aw lui beirlafdowa motals who come in her way, and palfli. Now Iheit palni bava all Gov. Wilson Is to pitch the first have mislaid their wings. lone, as a result ol uikf CarduL" ball when the base ball season opens At All Druggists It! THE HOME. Missouri! at Frankfort this spring. If his deWRITB FOR FREE ADVICE, livery proves tn be half as erratic as eiven out a statein"' We are not angels ; we are only Ullng ace arid dtcrlbln his administration of the affairs of his own fire rood to LaJitt 4dvtory Dtpt., men and women, and we share the j its viuwanooKa Altaian of manhood. state, may the Lord have mercy on should not only We imperfection Chuttnnoaa, Tenn. ! nothing." the grandstand and the bleachers I are jiot perfect apples, we are NWtWflJ -- i. i" When the jrje (1 Whistle 1 well-ordeer- alli&lllalllllilllll oe 4 Cottage Hotel... Agonies Of Pain -- Strictly Mans TRY VV Frank iivmp-tom- a, TtS,