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The Hickman courier: March 11, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909031101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: March 11, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rHIS I. PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON OR ED IT, IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES A BLUR MARK v L- -' v.. l, a. THE HieKMAN COURIER. team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Epankln' Good Team, Grease HERE Unnnw promptly if roil wnnl tb pnpnr to cnm to yoo nftrr tlila month mram that your Itnn eiplrnl. the Hxles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE . t -- Mr no Uii WESTERN KCNTDOIT ho. no HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1909. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HSO HO.tt lilM 1 TWICE TOLD TALES y ana v Memphis hotel managers have Motion pictures every night at the " Lindsay, of South agreed not to increase their rates Lyric. tmr .in i wcck X? during the Confederate reunion, June The lips seldom speak what the . TT r 8, 9 and 10. heart feels. When they are eloquent j. - r t ....mbus. Clinton D. Marshall, the young man who they do not truly Interpret the heart, was last year sentenced to ten years for the heart that feels the most is t . IaaU itnAn In the penitentiary from Graves counlike a man trying to testify over the His to the re- grave of his dearest friend. 31 a BraD Bamc' ty, and later transferred t. man or first wo- - form school at Lexington, escaped utterance is chooked and his reason c -IP. . I.. L - from the school and was arrested halt. TVinti Wednesday at his home near Potts-vlll- e . . i:t. Mississippi county is to nave a and carried to the Eddville model road from Charleston to Big married to get 4t t ,a i rf time ueaa auer state prison. Lake, constructed under the superviWhen you want any public cause sion of the U. S. government, but j .j make a mistake. served, to whom do you naturally but with local funds. Private parties ?: . . paperi publiih long go? To the newspaper, of course. contribute half the money and the .al earthquake down You ! at. "1 never think of asking a great county the other half. The road is Ly-- tt I lay, when Rev. store or a factory to lend its influence. to be constructed r, a very prominent Only the newspaper is expected to both of which are of gumbo and sand F' in abundance near i- t- p spel, confessed to s.er devote its money and energy to serv- by. This kind of road is said by H P Crowe, and Z public government m. that he was in- - ing the Chronicle. welfare. Houston close to gravel.experts to rank very (Tex.) a r retty school teach- i ,r- ,:rcf r..i churcn, --ana no iL t METHODIST CHURCH, HICKMAN, KY. " He siren-- t j t h.iiren. c 'i . ( (; r it millinery! Imp . Blossoms Out In Our Store " r j " g ! B C We now present a display of -- Hats ror present wear, lovely in their S Ir - - z. - n suggestion of the coming spring. Mushrooms, Turbans and countless other styles u .1 i. i ii large or sman, as you piease; cnere s no lack of variety. it... i . .it'-- J ! s marriage vows, and 4i arJ jt i a 's n allthat His divine he had done. . 1'1, a'1 't rr.eet.ng now in pro-it- v s I t : ."ly evidence of your : i iays of sinfulness i : mucn piety ana , t r r "w'.'ri -E -. ilea Christain al-- ji Faith should anil pIvi? For children we have the Japanese and Panamas. And you will find all these newest things at greatly less prices than you would expect. char. It should ts clean from restrain our lu . " and our appetites. c rf ane .s to the house of God I.' i'h day, and keep us c 7f. .;-- '. wnicn is tuoiairv iu il l It should make us r s we sell- -1 SMITH & AMBERG A great revival is now in progress at this church, under the the Courier. It we don't leadership of Evangelist G. A. Klein, of Brownsville, Tenn. thltsn't cost you a cent. President Taft takes his seat List your real estate property with sell it, it with the largest salary of any presi dent in the history ot the republic. He is now paid a salary of $75,000 a year, with S25.000 for expenses. If to preach is obligation, so also is to hear. Preaching was ordained for the hearing. The real hearer will heed. Only the earless half hearer is unprofited by the preaching. Wake up and listen. Twelve senators and seventy-seve- n representatives who have been members of the sixtieth congress will be absent when the roll of the sixty-fircongress is called when the special session canvenes on the 15th. Mrs. Minnie Naylor, son, Edgar, and daughter, Miss Ethel, were here this week and packed their household goods and shipped them Wednesday- to Hickman, Ky. where they will make their future home. East Prairie Eagle. The fiscal court of Christian coun ty has resisted the the request of the faCounty School Board of that county to impose the tax levy for schools under the new law passed by the Legislature. The school board has brought suit, which will eventually go to the court of appeals. st V.w- - - lows will celebrate .r rt.si.3nt to ood and men. The Southwest Kentuky Odd Felat La Center on April 26, 1909, and great preparations are being made for the entertainment. Y OU'RE going to be one of the best dressed men in town if you leave it to us; and you're going to leave it to us as soon as we get a chance to show you one of our Mrs. Percy Tones was the hostess of a verv eniovable raffles nartv. given Saturday evening to a large numoer ot her friends. There were six tables, and much interest put in the progressive games. An aoDetiz- ing salad course was served. A scientist says that .was flattened the sea would be two "if the earth Hart Schaffner & Marx fine suits, which are now ready to look at and to wear. We've a great line of these mous clothes for you; in all the newest cuts and fashions. The new fabrics are very stunning; we'll show you fancy weaves, black and blue. You'll get big value here; suits $ 8 to $40, other makes $ 0 to 1 1 Will Dawson and Miss Francis Guilt, a young couple of the west part of Graves county, were almost drowned in a stream of high water in their attempt to elope Saturday night. He had just stolen the young woman from her home and the bug gy was overturned in a deep creek in their efforts to reach Fulton. Advance arrivals of spring goods show that our merchants are wide- $16.50. Knee Suits for Boys the kind they all want, made in knicker bocker and straight style, the fabrics are very stunning, and the quality is the very best you can find. Make your selection before the stock is broken. Price $1.50 to $8, SMITH & AMBERG awake and have purchased largely of seasonable merchandise in all lines. It proves also that Hickman is a desirable trading point and that the prices and excellent selections handled here hold the trade of the Now, if we surrounding country. Everything is being reformed for the conjust had hitch-rack- s these days everything except venience of those who come here to Women still clean trade, everything would be lovely. housecleaning. same old way they did houses in the A Methodist lady on the hill says in old Pharaoh's time. They still that a boy can sit on a sled six leave tacks on the floor and buckets inches square tied to a wagon moving of water where baby is sure to fall nine miles and hour, but can't sit on into them and sweep the stairs down. a sofa five minutes for a dollar. No one seems to have yet thought of A man can sit on an inch board and leaving the water on the floor, putnnlitlrs for three hours, but nut ting the tacks in the pail and sweephim into a comfortable church pew ing the stairs up, throwing the resi-du. . . 1. . f in out of the garret window. No tor 4U minutes mm nc gets nervous, (hjMs nnd roes to sleeo. A man one ever sends the windows down to can pouch his cheeks with tobacco the laundry or puts eaude cologne on and the juice running aown ms cmn the mop. But some day there will feels good; but a hair in the butter arise a reformer in skirts and these simply knocks him out completely. things will be attended to. m 1 miles deep all over the world." After due meditation a Kansas editor gives out the following: "If any man is caught flattening out the earth shoot him on the spot, and don't be too blamed particulir what spot, mere s a whoje lot of us in Kansas that can't swim." The Illinois Central Railroad Company, won out before the State Railroad Commission Wednesday in a matter of citizens of Wingo, who petitioned the commission to require the railroad company to stop its fast trains trom the bouth and boutbwest at that station. Upon showing that the company made all necessary stops at the station and that its fast train would miss New York connections by even hesitating at Wingo, the commission decided against the petitioners. A young Hickman drummer was taking a vacation with his uncle in the contry and was called upon to ask the blessing, and not being accustomed to it he promply tackled the dithculty in the following words : "We acknowledge the receipt of your favor of this date. Allow us to extend our gratitude for this expression of god will. Trusting that our house may merit your confidence and have many orders from you this fall, we are yours truly, amen." The old man will say grace hearaf-te- r. THE HICKMAN "Cavsrs Wssttrn Kentucky COURIER tiki tii Dsw MEN WHO FORM PRESIDENT TAFT'S CABINET SNOW STORM MARSInauqS W. 0. BPEER. nnd J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietors. r Great Crowds Which Unci Gone (o Witness Ceremonies Were DisappSf Day Was One ol Conilnnotis ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCB. ccutlv Ovation lo the Roosevelt Leaves Entered at tba Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter, postofflce as second-clas- s mmcd a elv Af cr Taft'a lim,,n Washington William 11. scw Canim J? , ' ' v"! ""Miiuiion. , A Taft, of -- A viet. i r OLD FORCELAW KILLED CONGRESS. NEW PENAL CODE ENACTED BY Race and Color na'to Jurora Not Mentioned C. 0. D. Shipment to Dry Territory Prohibited. Washington A new penal code wni enacted into law Wednesday through the adoption in both houses of Congress of the conference report on the bill drafted IV a joint commission originally ap- Minti-In 1807 nnd reappointed at the dose of the Fifty-nintCongress. For several day there ha been a fill buster in the Senate, led by Clarke of Arkansas against the sections relating tu the use of troop nt placet where gen tral or special election are held. Final ly the conferees struck out of the section the provision relating to the keeping of peace at the polls, because, it was recognized that Federal troops are not now used for that purpose. The commission also dropped all ref erence to the statute of 1875, whlchfor- bids discrimination on account of race or color in the selection of grand or petit jurors, but left the law as it was originally enacted. h HUMPHREYS CONGRATULATED. ' Hit Efforts Successful in Amending the Penal Code. The final adoption of the penal code by the Houo was attended by nn unusual demonstration. It will be rcmem bered that this bill carries the amend ment forbidding the C. O. I), shipment and the regulation otherwise of Inter state transportation of intoxicating 11 ijuors, nnd when the final conference report had been adopted it' wan greeted with much applause. Mr. Mann f Illinois, who U one of and influential the most industrious members of the House, asked permission to speak for five minutes, and took occasion to compliment Mr. Humphreys of Mississippi for the manner In which he had managed his tight for the regulation of the liquor traffic and congratulated the country upon the success which he had achieved. This statement was greeted with applause. 3L- - D I COST OF OUR GOVERNMENT if. t c. 'i. Appropriationa for Eight Yeara Have Been $7,007,730,183. Washington. The sixtieth Congress caine to an end at noon today nnd It' glided into the sixty-firs- t so impercep tibly that the change was scarcely no ticeable. During the sessions Chairman Taw- years 187C and 1877 he served as as ney of the appropriations cominitteo in sistant United States district attorney Pennsyl western district the House, declared that tho expvndi for the In too latter year of formed vania, ho tures of the government Imvo at jui time a law partnership with James II. Iteed except in war, increased as rapidly as which still exists and which has repduring the past eight jrars. resented many largo corporations. In Appropriations during the past eight cluding the Carneglo Company. Mr. years, including the fiscal yean 1910, ha Knox, entered President McKlnloy's hatd, were equal to $7jO07,B39,lK3, and cabinet as attorney general In 'April, 1901, serving until 1901, when he was be declared that at the end of the pre ent fiscal year there will bo a deficit of elected United States senator from He severely criticised the Pensylvanla. Tho latter position he $150,000,000. resigned to bcromo the head of Presi executive branch for submitting esti dent Taft'8 cabinet. He was a candimates of expenditures fur in excess of date for the presidential nomination in estimates of receipts, lie placed the the Hepubllcan national convention of appropriations for the expiring session 1908. Mr. Knox is recognized as ona at $1,014,014,898. of tho foremost constitutional lawyers YOUNG SIVLEY'S ELOPE AGAIN In President Toft's cabinet of nlno men is headed by Philander Chaso Knox, secretary of state, who was born In 1853 at Ilrownsvllio, Pa. Ho graduated from Mount Union college. Ohio, In 1872, and threo years later was admitted to the bar. During the the country. Wife Recently Secured $30,000 Dam age From Mother-ln-LaJackson, Miss. Quite a considerable has been caused by the very latest development in the noted Sivley cuse, wherein Mrs. W. 11. Sivley, Jr., iu the Circuit Court of Newton county, only a few weeks ago, was given a judgment and verdict of $30,000 against her mother-in-law- , ilrs. Sitlvy, Sr., mi the ground of having alienated tlio afreet Ions mid causing the estrangement und desertion on tho part of her youthful herniation litis-lan- MacVeagh for the Treasury. Franklin MacVeagh, secretary of tho treasury, was born on a farm In Chester county, Pennsylvania, gradu ated from Yale In 1SC2 and from Columbia Law school tu 18C4. He began the prnctlco of law In Now York city but forced him to abandon It and In 18C5 he went to Chicago and engaged In the wholesale grocery In this and other commer business. cial pursuits he has amassed a largo fortune, lieforo cnterltig tho cabinet ho disposed of his holdings In tho big grocery firm and resigned as director of tho Commercial National bank of Chicago. Mr. MacVeagh has always been interested In movements for tho public welfaro, locally and nationally. Ho has been president of the Chicago Citizens' association, tho Chicago llurcau of Charities and the Municipal Art leaguo, of tho American Clvlo association, and chairman of tho Immigration department of the .National Civic Federation. Mr. MacVeagh formerly was a Democrat and In 1894 he was nominated for United States senator by tho Demo crats of Illinois, but was defeated in the legislature. He supported Drover Cleveland, but afterward changed his party ulleglanco becauso of the attitude of the Democratic party on tho money question. Dickinson Is War Secretary. Jacob M. Dickinson of Tennessee and Chicago, tho now secretary of war, was born in 1851 at Columbus, Miss, lie graduated from tho Unl- orslty of Nathvlllo In 1872 aud after ward studied law at Columbia college, at tho University of Lelpslz und In Paris. Ho served several times by special commission ou the supremo bench of Tennessee and was arslst-un- t attorney general of the United States in HSC 37. For ten yearn pre vious to ncceptlng the place In Mr. when a child and graduated from the Ijiw school In 1873. He has Taft'a cabinet he wo general counsel St. been senior member of the law firm for the Illinois Central Hallroad Company. When not living In Chicago, of Nagel & Klrby, profesior In tho Mr. Dickinson makes his homo at tho St. Louis Law school and a trusteo Hermitage, tho estate upon tho out- of Washington university. In 1881-8skirts of Nsishvllle, Tenn , once tho he was n member of the Missouri houso property of Andrew Jackson. Llko of representatives, and in 1893-9was Mr. Itoosevelt. ho Is very fond of president of tho St. Louis city coun hunting and fishing. Though a Demo- cil. He Is a member ol tho Hepub crat, Mr. Dickinson has always been llcan national committee nnd for years an opponent of llrynn. has been an intlmato friend of Mr. Wilton Retains His Place. Taft. He was ono of Mr. Hoosevclt's Only ono member of tho Itoosovolt most enthusiastic supporters. As an cabinet retains his portfolio undor attorney Mr. Nagel was Identified with Mr. Taft. That Is James Wilson of several Important enses dealing with Iowa, secretary of agriculture. So extho numerous complications In tho affairs of tho Five Civilized Trlbos In cellent had been tils work In that position that there was no serious talk of tho then Indian territory. , making a change. Horn In Scotland In Navy Under Meyer's Charge. 183S, Mr. Wilson came to the United President Taft'a secretary or tho States In 18S2 and threo years later navy, George Von L. Meyer or Mass' sottled In Iowa, In 1SC1 he engaged In chuietts, has had wido experience as farming In Tama county. Ho was a a business man, legislator, diplomat member of the Iowa ussembly for and cabinet officer. Ho was born In threo sessions and speaker of tho Iloston In 1SS8 nnd graduated from houso for one session, and also was a In 1879. Ho member of tho Iowa state railway Harvard and has been then entered business prominently commission. In 1873 ho was elected conectcd with number to congress, serving two terms, and and mercantile aconcerns. of financial His career was sent to tho national legislature again for ono term In 1883. He was as n public official began In 1889, when regent of the State university of ho was elected to the Iloston common Hi Iowa In 187071, and In if 90 was council. Ho en served on tho board of aldermen, and in 1S92-9ho was a made director of the agricultural experiment station and professor of agri- member of tho Massachusetts lsglslature, tho last two years being speaker culture at the Iowa Agricultural col-leg- There are, of course, all sorts of the ories to account for this rutther unexpected sequel to the ro mance und litigation, und speculation us tu thu elfcct on the case us It stands. There was notice of uppa to the Court, and this will no doubt come up on the record made ut the trial, if it is prosecuted, as the subsequent developments could not ailed the cast! us it I left the lower court. In the eicnt of a reversal und remand, it is figured that no jury would render anything but a verdict favorable to the defendants below, iu the light of the episode of last night. The wise ones profess to we method In it all, und urn now iu looking forward to such further sequel as may transpire. Quite a new feature uus injected Into the case Thursday by the filing of a bill in chancery here bj the firm of May, uttorneys, repri fc Whitfield, Flower enting Mr. Jluinlu Dupriest Nivioy, (11 Jug tho suit and recovering judgment, a befoio stated, of $30,000, the eliect of which was to secure them against any loss on their coutruct uiudo uith th pluiutltr iu undertaking- the tuy Sivley-Slvley u - Ames, la. In 1897 ho became secrotnry of agriculture. Postmaster General Hitchcock. The first cabinet officer selected by Mr. Taft after his election was Frank II. Hitchcock of Massachusetts, who guvo up his place ns first assistant postmaster general to manage successfully the Taft presidential campaign. Ho has been given tho office of postmaster general In the new cabinet. Mr. Hitchcock was born at Amherst, O., In 18C7. nnd graduated from Harvard In 1891 and from Columbia Law school In 189 1. Since 1891 ho has been a government olllclal, having served at different times as chief or the division of foreign markets of tho department or agriculture; chief clerk of the department of commerce and lnbor, momber of tho government exposition board and first assistant postmaster general. Ho Is a member of many scientific and social orgunlzn-tlonand Is the author of numerous bulletins, reports and clrculurs on foreign trade and customs tariffs. Wo work In the post olllce department under President Itoosevelt was estclul-Jnoteworthy. Nagel Has Commerce Portfolio, Missouri has been rewarded for Its switch to tho Hepubllcan column Ijv the aproln truant of Charles NuroI as secretary or commerce and lnbor. Mr. Nagel Is a loading lawyer of St. Louis and the west. He wuu born In Toxas Iu 1849. moved to St. Louis a his cabinet as postmaster general. Dalllnger Secretary of Interior. After about ono year's service as commissioner of tho general land office, Hlchard A. Dalllnger of Seattle, Wutb., has entered tho cabinet as secretary or tho Interior. Ho Is a natlvo ol Iowa, having been born In Uoonesboro In 1858. After unending tho University of Kansas and Washburn collego at Topeka. ho went to Williams college, graduating In 1884 and ufterward studying law nnd tu Washington. of tho. houso. Iu 1900 Mr. Meyer was sent to Italy as American ambassador. . and In 1905 was transferred to In January. 1907, President Itoosevelt called him homo to enter Hus-sla- i """K"'g n. n' ttr "e night and w, phone and U "Hi '4 the United States. The ceremony of the cutting oil , inauguration was nTiunplishrd with si! immlntieii due formality and flhulity, but under country , tLJ most unusual rendition, owing to a ttr flllel the slit.t, u vt title blllaird whlrh swept oter the na- or more m .' tions! rspltsl, paralysing strrrt traffic, The ,nd , destroying eoimmitileatlon with the out- prettiest d. i.h. r.j side world and bringing dismay to ths immense in it a , , thousand of assembled visitors who of man h w,.o i t lud gathered In expectation of the usiul able by the s , , pectaeular demonstrating Thcaraod, DeU?M m.- -, The main ehange In the program was In the Inaugural address, usually drllv extent of sen 10) tied from the est portico nt the espltel, ef tbooanu 3 itt but prommnetxl by Taft In ths senat the InaugutJi chamber. Presidnii i 1 Same Simple Ceiemony. isl flight U' I Mr. Tuft's Industivn Into effke wss guests .if I tho same slmpls ceremony devised in tie ! sIhum i ' is early days of the republic. He sfure hlsy when I to upheld ami defend the eonslitutfon, to Unltnl S,'fi V enforre all ! and to prelect th re- of Tall, as Ik public aglnt all enoiul, bulb foreign IlltlltO Wll I. s 4t and dtHiiestlc. winter ii i n. The oath was administered by Chief ellnglag t . i l Justlr Pullor, who was offltiitlnf; St transem.. "i siish a reirmony for the last time Iu his Into a vet x i. i notable career as the elikf presiding offi- white and U' 'a cer of the cwuntry's highest fwmt. The is I. i j President Heoseveit, who hail hfm waa so i uita. 3( again a prltate est lien of the United leil to be ut. i t States when President Taft lud klssrd taeles of ii a the IMWo In eoumHimatlon of his th, PennsykiMi i was qiiUk. to eongtatulste Ids Mieeessur Wsshnit e in office, bring mmd Is the ehlef breaking lb' In nxrrslsiftg that privilege. Litew H t. Mr. Taft delivered Ids Inaugswal adland" ant f 11 dress Iu abbreviated farm in the senate sands of chamber. Wont S ta Tia Escorted to CanUee. , The st.Mr, When Taft hd ronelwlssl l sai eshi t. t corted to the. watting fsrrUgc HtlM whieh for a j, the senate wing, and there was joined by gswtne of ' k Mrs. Taft and i4trmn by beatv and Mr. Sherman for the return rkle to tsrs. Hi ii , the White Hmiso. a Unit the .t I 'res Went Itoosersll walked ut of the with the .. i capital amid a cheering t lining, and, es fad. corted by nearly 1,000 member af the The mil' r i.n New York emiuty rrpuUkan Kstmlttee, dsrhilte i was driten to the Union Station, smreral Thursday a t blocks a ay, ami boarded a train fur to atatle ' t c . Hk ami Oyster Hay. New lead eold l. t 4i Sherman Takes Oath. goiernmmt s Taft Inaugurutlen Immediately fol t 1 Even tie lowed tlut of James S. When la" ar i SliMWsn, which waa earried out in ac cordance with the original program. Tho met in th hi- ut. distinguished company whleh gathered In House, Tad si the senate to witness the Inauguration wa soon "Mr. Prisiu' and whleh after of the escorted to the test." ward was to have -' Mr. Pr immense Inaugural stand on the east Mr. lluoet.' i L 3 front of the eapltol. simply remained in I 2' 1 their places in the chamber to view the bHsurd tear more Impressive . !UvdJng out Of oftli ' Notwltlnti: the liidmtton into wfHcc of the new 1 outsliie. thirc a3 executive of the nation. I ItonleVrlt', arm'iti arm'wHh' inalJe tlw Uiii President ment that Ta' President-elea- t Taft, entered tho truwdrd t ; Semite chamber shortly after IS o'clock. slatted of Applause. Outburst t The appmraiire of two thief (iff tire Mjemlri' hs a lire in the day's event was a signal cabinet Hooievilt Sjti C:;!Bri fur a spontaneous outbreak f applause Prestdent K on the lloor aud of cheer In the ''I the Whits II Speaker Cannon entered the senate liey to the i.ij. chamber at the head of the house of rep the front dot.r I -resentatives and teek a daee on the pre- to tlm vari-mJ V who were ga siding officer's bench by the side of H"I feltOMed Fairbanks. l'rior to the entry of the members of ter the cari i,, the house and the distinguished Invited seat. t Taft 1". II guests, the senate had adepted a resolu' tion of thanks to Mr. Fairbanks, who re- Senator Kn- x a . plied with a farewell address. Ho then eomtHlttev "it s'iJ . .J t"-administered to Mr. Sherman the brief the earriag'- u horses. oath of office prescribed by the constituThe two J tion and turned uver to him the presidil ' and kicked out ing officer's garol.. time it sccier ' USwtpt by Milliard. Washington was swept by a blitrard lsu ColltK'! I P early in the day, and although Taft In- emsl out. In " c 1 sisted up to almost the Utst moment that presklent-e. heer of the his Inauguration should Imi held In front r I Olfleers of the eapltol building, as planned, the net also t" . i committee on arrangements Anally decided that the veremonio should be held House to tl In line nn' '' in tho senate chamber. Taft said he did not mind the show dentlal cpii, i 1 Troop and tho Hind iu the least, but Senator Knox, In charge of the program, declared llluek Horse ' it would be unwise to subject the aged al (iuard, ul chief justice and tho oldest member of number of p'i lar serl''e H the senate to the adverse weather ' Ohio, and .mines 8. .Sherman, of New York, were Inaugurated t noon Thursday as president ami of tl. ( fr -- i ' - , v 'l f'; ,l B- -- . "-- A . 3 Jus-tir- .1 .a tnii V1Pridnt . . . i r.- - -- -- Tr-r- nl ,. N-e- riui tke tlrf "ni 1 1 fr Viee-Piru- 1 i . ' -- " Wash. Attorney Qeneral Wlckersham. Ueoige W. Wlckersham, who becomes President Taft'a attorney l, has had tho reputation of helms one of tho ablest lawyers In New York city. Horn In Pittsburg In 1858, bo studied civil engineering In Lehigh uiiivorslty and in 1880 grndualcd from tho law school of tho University of Pennsylvania For two yours be prnc tlccd Inw In Philadelphia. In 1884 ho became assooloted with the law firm of Strong & Cudwalladaro, to which Henry W. Taft, brother of tho presl duut, belougs. gen-ora- States court commissioner In 1890 92 and later was Judge of the supremo court In Jefferson county. United Ho was President Itoosevelt and Taft were es corted to tho eapltol promptly at the hour set, their progress through the blinding snow being met with cheer from a thin fringe of hard sjiectutora who braved the clement and stood ankle deep In snow aud slush along the dis tances of Pcnnsyhanhi avenue. The presidential purty entered tho eap ltol building at 11 o'clock and were escorted to the president's room In the senate wing. Up to thu time of leaving (he White House, Taft had hi heart set upon taking tho oath of office in front of the multitude gathered on the eapltol plaza. Ceremonies Indoors. After rmahlng the senate, turnover, tho counsels of the oldi r members of the senate prevailed and it us decided that the ceremonies, for the llrst time In a score or mora of years, should bo held aidoors. ans' to the III eM-o- spite ol ii' a ' bv gather along cheennl .!.,.!. ,..,! III. ". Itoosevelt was I famllv to leal : In the Inn ''- - C "' 5 "I At! tv ; El "1 Uses Tilt r for the Taft lr " ' her liual House at H " I... I.... other I'l 1 ' W. Ilutt. I'rf-i- ' Itiirv aide V' rei'tly to the I ' ' Itoosevelt sum' In llie I bund Former I'f' aud party left ' 1' ear uttu. li' d railroad tram i 'I'l-11- nr f i"l iiitjl ..'..lock iu tho '.-ja. isstjstr y--- tff f w it -- Hi 'V CLASS THAT HUBBY WAS IN. giers ana Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. wmm iw ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Wlint Is Goind on In Different Possibly Wife Did Not Mean It Just Tht Way, But There It Was. OWES HER ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... T Imt wo offer to depositors, Inducements nrc of Mconilnry Importance. mher h tliis Gunronicc we Solicit Your Patronage. N, i J jIAN T President c K- M- - J. A. TII0ni50N, Cashier. Iileri I,r- - i f DIRECTORS O. I). Threlknld, Hondurant, . J M- - J. W. Alexander, Hubbard. E SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO RAMSFER MONEY IS BY A husband nnd wife, ran a freak ahow In a certain provincial town, but unfortunately they quarreled, and tho of Kentucky. exhibits wcro equally divided between them. The wlfo decided to continue business ns nn exhibitor at the old adLexington Ky - Itobert A. Downing, dress, but tho husband went on tour. CAPITAL NOTES. senior member of tho PiirnollUownlnir After aomo years' wandering the Drug (Jo, was stricken with pnrnlyaU prodigal returned, and a reconciliation New Fair Aitoelatlon. n nil uuatn tiii) nt his home here. took place, as the result of which they Tho Kranklln f'nimlv Pnlr ntnorlrv beenme business partners onco more. tlnn with nn niitlmrlviwl fftnlfnl ittnrk Owensboro Kv T. H. And A fow mornings afterward tho people of 15.000 was n run ill icd hero amid BBCd Iircaldilit of the tlpfttnrt n.ivln.e. of the neighborhood wero sent Into mum enthusiasm nt n mooting or 1110 Oountyftlnnk ami Trust Co.. who was (Its of laughter on rending the follow IluslnoM Men's club. Tho association i'uiitilh-i- i 111 January ot swearing 13 ing notlco In tho papcra: will intikp n jipllcn Hon for membership a falio 'statement of the condition of fly tho return of tny husband, my In the Kentucky, Fair association. hls,bank, Is ill of smallpox In tho coun. stock of freaks baa been permanently Increased." nii. Big Shipment of Tobacco, LIVE AND LEARN. Tobacco raised In Kranklln county Lawrcnr'-biirB- . Ky. Tho Onlt house. vtita sent to every o,unrtor of tho Unit- - thrflnrKcaf lintel In the city, was burn. td State when 020 hogsheads were cd Plh6 ground. The fire Is anpiHwrd shipped from tlil city. It Is tho proit-trt- to nnveinginatoij in tlio kitchen. Tlio of the American Tobacco Co.. mid building rontalned many gneati, who, It required ih oars to c'nrry It away at thoIarm of flro, ran to tho atroet from tha city. In their night clolios. Sections LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vienna, W. Va. "I feel that I owe tho last ten veara of mv Ufa to Lvdla li. i'lnKii.tm vegetable Componud. Eleven years apro I wait a walking shadow. I had been under tho doctor!! carcbutgotnorellef. My y suaded mo to try r.ydlaE. Pinkham's husband per- Vegetable Com- LONS DISTANCE fOR RATES APPLY TELEPHONE MANAGER TO LOCAL Must 8ecure Money. tho $10,000 duo tho achool for at DanVlllo Is nld In n abort school will have to be closed. ('. McDowell, of tho school. Treasurer Farley claims that thero H no money In the treasury to use fur Vnlesa tho deaf time the So aaya Lexington. Ky Tho trial of John Abngrchargpil with tho assassination oi jamea during tne Hrenthltf feudSLrpubles In 1903. was called nt Jackson. This Is the last of all the iw-Krii- i that puriose. mumcr, casea growing out Llrfatliltl assassinations. Mnvnolcl ICr- -In or tbo WIEILMD TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH Ca ill ON Build YouaHomel LASY MONTHLY PAY.MIINTS. Capitol Commlts.lon Denies Charges. r Atty. Uon. llroatlillt prepared nn to the petition of Miss .May me Cook, of taulsvlllo, against the atato cnpitoi commiHion to rcatrain mat body from carrying out a contract to furnish tho new atato rnnltol. Tho an swer la a Renewal denial of the charges. Sale of Old Furniture. The removal of tho stale govern ment from tho old to the new'capltnt building, with modern equipment nml furniture, will cause a unique sale of old furniture In Which Interest al ready haa become keen. Seekcra arc flocking here. Old Cases Again Called. hln rhnrirn In thn Farmer clover! Mcddcrgrass I knew Waal, by graudtJury Circuit Judgo Hugg read thalafgafdlng tho soiling of pooled tobacco to Independent buyers and tbctijjiistrinted the Jurors to do their dutyillt Is estimated that about 2.000 loads rof tobacco havo been brought to Alnrfleld and nold loose. LexTngkui, Ky. them Chlneso lived on t'other aldo o th' alrth but bang me it I know tbey bad a through routol How's Tills? Rtwinl lor aaT cund by II i t. j, limn known F. J.omo. u. kt a rhmtr th. tinderrlmr,!. h.r. hr th.' lut 11 mn and brim, him nrrtnur don nuncuuir tnblt la m btulnn.oMtrunnion, and bl Ann. lx.lt. rj mad. br Lbl. to carry out any Wholul Unututa, Toledo. O. i Ilafl'i Catarrh Cure la takra Intrraallr. artlnc (trrctir upon th. blood and raucmia purfarr. of tb. tem. Tntlmonlal. arnt free, i'rlc. 7 cent, par kottM. PoM br aU IinufMa. Tfct. uau'i l amur J'lu. ror conr.isaina. ait nunn W. stTer ot cur On. HuiulrM DoIUn Otwra Uu cinoot t , Ingtho Uranell Articles Incorporate Co., which Is to tako and misery. I advlso au suiTcnnfr women to tako Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound." Mns. Ejuia Wiieatok, Vienna, W. Va., Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound, mado from native roots anil herbs, contains no narcotics or harmholds ful drugs, and y for tho largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medicine in tho country, and thousands ot voluntary testimonials are on illo in tho Pinkbam laboratory at Lynn. j Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ul- I ccratlon,dlplaccments, fibroid tumors, i irregularities, periodic pains, backache, ' indigestion and nervous prostratlon-Ever-y such suffering woman owes it to give Lydia E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound a trial. to-dathe-recor- pound and ltworLed Ilkoa charm. It relieved all mv nalns II II will pay you to Investigate this plan. will interest you If you are paying rent. !" vcrJUhc controlling Intercstiln the llelKloliloo Coal Co., were Died here. The., capital stock of tho company Is $120,000. Tho Incorporators arc A. S. Drarnoll. his son. It. A. Ilrnznell, and B. f If you would like special advic about your casoxvrlto a confidential lottcr to Mrs. Plnkham, at Ljun, Mnss. Her advice Is free, and always hclpf uL r,rrr i: J r comnltte linn of bulldtm? material, builder's ban)- i' r lo bo found in the city. My price am right. You i r. V Loxlngfcn, JIIanlon. nil Ky. of Pittsburg. Tho bill providing o the Kranklln circuit court the rasmi against former Gov. Taylor", for mer Secretary of Statu Flnloy anJ Capt. John I. Powers, who are charged with being accoorlps before the fact In connection with the killing of Gov. In for a proposed amendment of the stato proconstitution lo secure statc-wld- hibition, which will bo .Introduced at noxt session of the legislature, prohibits, the manufacture, sale, barter or giving, away of Intoxicating liquors In Kentucky. Goebel. were again called. Absolutely THE BEST- riillionaire Canned Goods. leinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Ion or telephone, u. whoa In no-- ...OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND .. . Equity Docket to Occupy March Term, Th- - March term of tho United State court of the Kastern district will begin In tills city March 8. with Judge A. J Cochran, of Maysvllle. presiding. Most of tho term "111 be devoted lo the equity docket, as there will be few criminal cases to bo disposed of. Mustered Out Deeaute of Inefficiency. Adjt. Gen. Johnston Issued an oru-- r mustering out of the state guard serv Ice Companies I. ot tho First, A nnd I. of tho Second nnd I. ot the Third regiments. The order says tho cont' panics fell below tho averago required In the federal nnd state Inspections. Delegates Appointed. appointed United Wlllson States Senator Uradley, W. A. Hoblu son. of liOUisvllle, and T. A. Combs o !oxlngton, delegates to tho third an nual meeting of the International ton ference on Stnto nnd Local Taxation at Louisville, Septomber Gov. 21-2- d or r r.KUaTUf to. of GKOCERtES, FHESH MUATS Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. ,edf ord & Randle HICKMAN Ioulsvllle, Ky. Chris Muoller. who had represented the 46th legislative district In the lower house of tho gen eral assembly, died here. Ho wna ona of the drmocrats who, by votln It la said that necessity knows no against J C. Deckham to the last. she Is the mother of In finally made possible the election of law, but If vention she snould acquaint nersen William O'Connell Dradley to the sen with the patent laws. ate. Ixiulsvllle. Ky. Tho movement to establish prohibition In Kentucky haa led the Model Ltccnso Lcaguo to gath er these figures: Distillery and brew. cry propcjty In Kentucky, $07,000,000; operating capital, $125,000,000; Inter nal revenue collections, $24,036,063.11; licenses and taxes. $2.0T1.8S1.29; pay labcr. $11,150,000; cooiicrage. $2,289,- GSTiO: apend tor bottles and cases. ' Too Risky. you approve of the plan of l Ter Salter', citato par. ra. , teaching pupils to boxT" t.areeit srow.rt ot .eed potato., and early replied the 'Not unconditionally." rec.uble. la tbo world. Hie catalog fres t op. i.nd ISO in .tamp and recelro cataioi and country pedagogue, remembering his toco kernel, each of onion., carrot., celery, ".Might be all husky radlthea. Hoo lettuce, rutabaga, tnrnipi. loo 100 tomato... ico melon., nool right, though, If you'd authorize the (eed.. In all 10,000 kernel., Iparaley, flower OO of any man', money. Or. I to carry guns." Philadelphia SI. teachers and we add one pkr. oi Eariiettl Public Ledger. I Swe.t torn. Il'eepO'Uay CO.. BotW, U Croix. Wit. I For Colds and Qrlpp Capudlne. Th H.t renwdr for GrlDD and Colds Is IllckV Capudlne. rtelleves the achlnir and PAHkeH'4 Pure, tho cold Headaches HAIR BALSAM also. It'. Liquid KffocU tmmedlat.ly 10, rlMIia and beaannc. th. h S and He at Drug Store.. rramotM a hmrtct (nnrth. 'Do Tall, to Btoroj Oray II.tr to Ita Toothful Ooloe. Can. ip diHM. .halr taUis(. aoa.andlJOat I)mayt POTATOES 6a bf Inn .aatnt to work wltb an.) OlAritin UtrlHIlUb CTIRPU .tares., clutb.a mooM. 0ktf t For $7.O09.S81.1O. Lame MARBLE WORKS ESTAULLSUEU ISM. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to II. O. lUmagi), deceased.) Tlarble and Granite rionuments CURDINO. HICKMAN, Covington, Ky. Railroad detectives arrested two young men hero on the front end ot tho baggage car of a C & O. train. In tho pockets of one of them, John Davis, 22, of Alexandria, Ky, wcro found forty locks of hair, eHch tied with a dainty ribbon, to Brooms Higher. M. Porn, general mnnager of the which was attached the namo ot the that Frankfort broom factory, announced former owner. Tho labels showedHunt, an advance In prlco of brooms of $1 they had belonged to women In per dozen following the Increaso In the tngton, W. Vn., Newport News, Ash price of broom corn from SCO to $100 land. Ky., Catlottsburg, Ky., Lcxlng a ton. Tno iirnugiu oi msi season is ton. Ky., Covington, Newport and Cla cinnatl. held responsible. st 1 lK!(tf HlrWkSL Back STONB : WORK j of all kinds, IRON FENCING. : K UNTUCK Y J. Garr, a mem Louisville. K'r-- nl. ber of one of tho most prominent faml Ilea In Jefferson county, died here. He yearn old nnd all his Ufa had was largely engaged In forming. He was highly respected. Lexlnnton. Ky. Mrs. Elliabeth I). Pnllina wan nrrested here and taken to Cincinnati, where she Is wanted for the alleged abstraction ot jewelry una a Held glass from the residence ot It. J. Sullivan. bvidson&stubbs ; Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's ENTISTS. Tonsorial Parlors Uoit In Hickman. Uot and cold baths; eloctrlo lights and fans, hydraulic chain and everything-fo- r comfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to JoneV Cafe. '.ore Vltl I LmU..lll. K" ur"K "'"'-- in u. H. A. fplenilld Selection . . i Book Store . LAND FOR SALE ltutli city anil l'tirm prop-c- i ty lit lofison.iblo pviccs. If you havo real estate for Bale, let us jjet you a buyer. ADUItKSS: Jackson, Ky. Tho flist regular term of the United Stntes district court for tho Kastern District or Kentucky to Owensboro, Ky. J. A. Harris, one of be bold In this city was commenced in the most prominent Insurance and real tho llreathltt county courthouse by ostato men In Owensboro, was arnwt Judge A. M. J. Cocltran. ed on the chargo of setting tiro to and attempting to burn bis storehouse In Lexington. Ky. Wesley II. Tllrord. this city on Februnry 13. Lloyd. I'. who was born f.S year ago In this city, Dennett, u former Deputy United had lived here slnco his early youth States Marshal In Westcru Kentucky and hod been associated wltu tlic and brother of Senator Alvls Uenniiit, Ktniuinril Oil Co. for moro than 30 of Ohio county, w.ib also arrested, ho ueltig charged with bolng an accessory years, died In Now York city. after tho fnct. Harris Is prominent In persons church affairs. Ho was formerly con Jackson. Ky. Twonty-onfor nrlous offenses against tho Inter- nectf d with the real estate department nal revenuo laws, were sentenced to of tho defunct Daviess County bank serve from 30 dnys lo C mouths In tho and was also superintendent ot the tiroathltt county Jail. Federal Judge Homostend Land Co.. ono of James II Ho came lure Cockrnn permitted them to glvo bond l'arrisbo's concerns. from Louisville a number of years ago, to servo their tlmo noxt full. o Mndlnonvllle, Ky. B. L. Teaguo. col ored. of this city, hns been appointed rural routo carrier out of Madlsonvlllo on routo No. 4, with Floyd Grace, colored man, as substitute. The announcement of these appointments haa caused considerable comment, nnd It is the general opinion that a petition will bo sent tho nostmaster general to rcslndvtho appointments. Thero nro over ono hundred families on this route, nil wblto but three, and tho np polntment of these colored men Is not at all satisfactory, nnd It is reports that they will remove their boxes U these men are to remain ns carriers. An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment This liniment takes theplaceof massageand is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Price 25c., 50c, and St.OO. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U. S. A. Sloan's book on hone, oattlu, sheep and poultry tent free. ew Books, stationery, Post Cards, London. Ky. Deputy United Stales Murslml Thompson, of this city, with n lnrgo posse, has been In the neighborhood of Stearns. Ky.. for the past three weoko looking for Horry Simpson nnd bis gntiB. H returned bore after giving I all hops ot capture, Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. In order lo mako u test ca&o nnd get tho opinion or tlio court ot appeals ns to tho constnu iloiiallty of Kentucky's new school law the Christian county nscai couri refused lo mako a tax levy to raise tho $10,000 naked by the school board Ky. Klght senntrrj Hopklnsvlllo. from tho Tennessee legislature aro here, in a stalomtiii ilu lUimways dddaro that tliolr solo reason In lea Ins was to prevent tbo republicans from naming u member ot tho board oi primary election oouimmlouer ij&!Si and tnuth attlacM and autfenns Ulbera aaral tydx pnan4 UM cJltM.Cuia, Thrra ia nothios U. it I. break up couia and coUj. or luag 1 bcr. ia bo Ltoad tnauU. thai jl will not I ff. (rua cpiatN ot harmful 1 an. lot cKM.a. Consumption SkttncAiV aVKy K New Book on Crash, and edJ. nay am. any ntaibf U th. famjy any tiuM. Maty lad JJ haa beta amtcj Keep It on Hand! pilt, a oiDtttDpUea. Ttll U tinpt Unfuitf bow contain ouro4ln yuur ch b today. Ttio VtownU tM ft rlU IBM if . YON KIR HAN CO. ftlO WUr t4rNl, kaiaauM TO FREE bound ALU boi cloth roJlcl ita ir. Notions, Etc ryiUlng urno-date- . Hickman Courier Realty (io Ilicknmn. Kentucky. nanu ".uwwyvuuilipUIIJ Utilsvlllo, Ky. Mrs. CIoo P. C Coon, a member of u pioneer family of Kentucky, nn educator or nolo, aim one of tho most prominently known ivumnn lii Jefferson county, died here. For years she had conducted tbo Hast Cedar 1 ftoi At Ka-llll- U drunbti', 29 cts, LAND TEXAS STATEto be auU tho klilllonaof arre.uf Khuut land By Dl WM 1111 institute lt Buta. I1M tu U.tU pr air, tlirvo and ill jearalllueou balalu'v; acre, p- -r rvhl Inler-- a. at W.ao acmj 00 Ir IU.U) caih for tut enrtvuluraltaud; wn4 Ureaieaopiwtiuniiy m Rial. Law. Unoufor Uiok of lnavmrtlon.an tana lucetf, IW V h bt, 7 J. bnjder, VHchoo. lUrgocc tuvuu iiUaul 1U&X. Attktlu lx. .r , lite . L Killed in Cyclone. Tuesday, just alter dinner, Mr Juliui Frenx of this city, received a telegram from Brinkley, Ark., statins that his brother, ChaiHe Frenr, had been killed the night before in the cyclone that swept Drinkley, Ark. Immediately after receiving the telegram, Mr. Ft ens left for Drinkley. Charlie and Henry Freni have been in the fish business in Drinkley for some time. . They had started to supper, but Charlie Frenz stopped in the Foote Shoe Store to see some friends. The Foote Shoe Store was blown down, killing the proprietor, clerk and Mr. Frenz. His brother, noticing the approaching storm, had gone on to supper, and thus narrow lv missed the horrible fate. Mr. Frem's body was found the next day about ten o'clock, under the mass of brick and destruction, so horribly crushed and mutilated. Mr. Frenr was born and reared here in Hickman, and was a member of one of the oldest and best known famlies of this town. He was forty two years old. He was a brother of Julius Frenz, Henry Frenz, Miss Matilda Frenz, and Mrs. Andy Claywell, of this city. He had been away from here for several years, but has been a frenquent visitor since. His sister, Mrs Claywell, was in Drinkley at the time of the cyclone, visiting her son, who sustained a broken arm, but they escaped any injury in the storm. The remains were received here Wednesday afternoon, and funeral services held Thursday morning at ten o'clock by Rev. Turkington at the home of Miss Matilda Frenz. was had. at the City Interment Cemetery. This is one of the saddest and most horrible deaths known in this town, and the grief stricken family has the sympathy of the entire community. The cyclone that swept Brinkley was one of the most destructive ever known in that state. The cyclone struck there about 7 o'clock in the evening, and while lasting only seven minutes, carrried destruction to the entire town. Every ouilding and church excepting the Catholic Church, were blown to the ground. killed outThere were twenty-nin- e right, and the injured amount to some two hundred or more. The Catholic Church has been converted into a hospital, and nurses and from Memphis, and physicians, other places have gone there in numbers to aid the injured. The undertaking establishment was destroyed, and coffins and such had to be procured from Memphis. If Bradley Sr Parham Makes Your New Spring Suit, Then e You will certainly have a perfedt fit, a remarkable Suit and a pattern chosen from the most varied stock of handsome Spring fabrics if Bradley & Parham makes your new Spring suit. The care with which the least detail of a Suit is marked in this shop and the expert supervision of every step in the production of a garment gives to "Bradley & Parham" clothes a distinguished excellency that you need not expect otherwise. well-mad- Court Mouse. The regular term ... 9 "e U Countv Conn "v- t h rv House' Mondav Importance were va. Inn. Hn. amj H bcdds-vs-- m these were (or. ...V. ... T 1 f.UIIIUtl Ullllg'-I- j elded in favnrrf L. M. Drown. W a T. Bondurant. U t Carpenter. W r. Bradshaw r "e'V preset r . ... A..V. .VIIUWII P r iMrt,. .1,... I,. R. E. Browder pi-r- f ,.. ..- -. R. E. Browder F. King heir,. ir.,,-.- . " , Discriminating men are invited to examine most critically our extensive showing of New Spring Patterns in exclusive effects. We have the modest, conservative patterns for older men and the more extreme effects for younger chaps. R. E. Browder ar' .. don King. ,...,. Mrs. Dalsv Overhv ' uw r m r tif uiCKCrlCC ' u. v. rv.l... r t r. mi, vina onaw . ...... B. F. Shaw. The following ... ments confirmed A. A. Faris adm.niihstn- - UIit VI a'--'" -'- uarni. you want the finest Spring Suit at the most consistently sonable price, then Bradley & Parham will make it. If rea- Bradley 8r Parham, Gentlemen's Clothiers "Anything less than a PERFECT fit is NO fit at all" Great Revival Is S. L. Rovster air - ... Elic Tittsworlh. L. E. Stowt aJtr.ir..ttri(M .i w. atowe. ry urampi..i nurrui n toad overseer of the ttcxii a ol btate Line anj DrcsJea roid wiu nuicninson iroverseer of the ievc;th secuca State Line and Dresden r;id Jesse McNeil was appM j, seer ot tne tnira ieet.:a cf Line and Dresden rcaJ - WAT PCTiTtf VM) W T1V KA,U) r.n C" P ITIrV J Freni et al to Mn Mirj rintiK rind trtt Mi. i $1650. On. It has developed that former President Roosevelt on the same day that he otdered the name of Jefferson Davis replaced on Cabin John Bridge, from which it had been erased during the heated days of the Civil war, also ordered that the monument of on Lafayette Andrew Jackson, Squase, bear a new inscription, "Our Federal Union, It Must Be Preserved." Keep in mind March 20th the conventions for precinct througout this and Hickman counties, for the purpose of selecting delegates to a nominating convention at Clinton, March 24th. Fulton county should be entitled to the hon-o- n of sending a Representative to the next legislature. Instruct your delegates accordingly. of ToleHarris, the do, Ohio, who painted the largi signs for Percy Jones and the Hickman Drug Co., his rented the upper story of the Barry building and will go into the buggy and sign painting business here about April 1. There is no doubt about him delivering the goods. Authentic reports this morning show that the Mississippi above here and rivers emptying into it are rising rapidly. Defore Sunday, we may expect the Hickman guage to read 34 feet, making approximately a foot and a half more water here. The first great issue has been raised under the Taft administration. The president has discharged his barpredecessor's ber and appointed a Fillipino in his place. The battleship Ohio, one of the oldest ships of the fleet making the long cruise around the globe, was awarded the trophy for the vessel using the least coal and water on the date Rev. G. A. Klein begun the revival last Sunday. About forty conversions were reported among the children and young people in the Sunday School as the result of the fiist week's work. The interest has been increasing steadily. There has not been a service that some one has not sur rendered and pledged a better life. The meeting has already taken on large proportions, and the christian people generally, without respect to dcmomnational lines, are joining in and taking hold. The revival already bids fair to take in the entire town and community. Rev. Klein is a splendid preacher, a fine organizer of forces, a man of great faith and earnestness, and has already made a fine impression on the people. It is desired and urged that everyin this effort to lift body up the town on a higher spiritual plane. Services every day at 2 :30 p. m. and 7:15 p. m. Rush Creek. Mrs. Geo. Roper was on the sick list last week. Miss Jessie Barber, of Harmony, visited Mrs. Crostic, last week. Louise Davis, infant daughter of Dave and Effie Davis, has oeen sick for the last few days. Misses Valora and Fannie Arring-toof Harmony, are visiting Miss Mary Crostic this week. Erroll McGehee left Sunday morning for Paducah, where he will attend Draughon's College. Miss Allie Thomas has returned home from a visit to Prof. D. Y. Thomas, of Fayette, Ark, n, y, "DAD" Byron Williams. Dorena. Mrs. Manuel is on the sick list. J. D. Pickett is erecting a new r No. 9, land to be uied at nte school house, $30. S W Haynes to S A Biwttt, ton Monday. in West Hickman, SSOO. Services next Sunday at Locust r. A uaromoua to o a djucu, Orove, by Kev. Metheny. In West Hickman, V,Q W. T. Emerson went to Charles W A Terry to T J Gordon, ton, Tuesday, on business. in Fulton, $1200 We all know this Is March on ac i i iiornnn in xurs l u nucount of the constant winds. lots in Fulton, 51 100 A. H. Henderson and family, of Medley, were guests of Mrs. J. King, Weunch, lots In Fultoc, 9; bunday. . ... ft Leslie Stoker, of Hickman, spent In the office of the urea uhi Saturday night and Sunday with Houston WeathcrsDjOT Thurman Pickett. Weathersnoon. suit for d.T:rcc. On account of the wind, Tuesday 13 the mail didn't leave Dorena in tne for divorce. morning or return in the afternoon A' nil A number of young folks enjoyed aver uivisiuu ici.wv a walk Sunday evening up the levee been in litiiration for S0SC Use as far as Medley, a distance of four was i.i.. I M. il.. Ii.t. trtm cf the uttu .mv cult Court, and dismniw miles. Dreiudice. Billie Barnes, of Hickman, was innninii iirii. v u . ' appointed last week by the Levee UICW UUIIlli WF.." Board, of Mississippi Co., to ride -i iv i nil r i . upiciiuu. the levee and warn people to keep their cattle oil, It was found in good oi tne IA. OC w- r, niiheed. condition. i. A t Al.. in East Hickman, SJ.J A M Fowler to M land, S10O. Chas Beadles to M icia son, 38 acres land, 51J. M T D. , Dar . . ... i.i . barn. J. 0. King had business in Charles - e V "" -- - . r- sign-painte- r, Speaking of the cyclone at Brink-leArk., Monday evening, in which Charles Frenz, formerly of this city, From tii laurel bar of crown was killed, a special saysi "Not I would match no sprlu of affection until long after daylight had come down. to add horror to the desolate picture For the crown ah wear on her luetrou hair of woe and ruin, showing in startlIs the crown of lov we have faahlonsd ing relief the terrible havoc wrought there. by the tornado, was the body of And the stsrs that flow In Iter diadem Are the hallowed cllnta of the rarest Charles Frenz, the fifth victim of the ems business district, found. Frenz was But If fain would pluck from the daisied vale, purchasing a pair of shoes in the fields where the the Foote & Gazola store when it was fromxephyrs dew-wsail, ' trip. struck. His body was found about From the meadows sweet where the world Is lad. Don't pay house rent when you 10 o'clock, lying crumpled into a Just a wreath fof blooms for my dear old "dad!' own your own home much cheap- heap about midway of the ruins. It can er. See us for town lots Hickman was carried to the morgue and plac- Just a wreath of blooms I would cull ed alongside the other victims." Courier Realty Co. with csre For the desr old crown of his fraying hair, Associated Press gives out The Three barges loaded with Pittsbuds a the sensational news that President burg coal, in tow of the steamer, Just the coronal of the In the that blow long ago! On hills lie knew Taft weut out for a walk Sunday Oakland, struck the Henderson In the days of sun and the dnya f.f rain. afternoon. bridge Monday and were sunk. Five Made in Hickman a nice pair of barges in the same tow struck anothRibbon Cane Molasses at Betters- pants, by Carl Schmidt, the" Tailor, er pier of this bridge Friday and worth & Prattler's. went to the bottom of the river. over Rice's Shoe Store. Mrs. Dr. W. T. Bowling died at Cups and saucers, 50c a set. Motion pictures every night at the her home in Wingo, Tuesday, Hickman Hardware Co. . Lyric Pastor M. L. Blaney preaches at the Christian church nezt Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7ijO p. m. subject r What was the Holy Spirit's answer to J.uuu sinners at the revival on the day of Pentecost, when thty asked, what shall we do?" Acts 2:38. As Mr. Blaney has been asked to explain how J, 000 could be immersed in one day, he will by showing that there were 12 apostles, 69 evangelists and 39 other personal workers. As Peter did the preaching, there was a total of 80 to do the immersing, 3,000 divided by 80 gives 37 or less than 38 for each preacha mother's Throufh the laufhter daya and the days er to baptise. 2, Incr nf registered "-- o " - - -- o ei at. tut ouji I C7ii if .rsi.prcu blfJ J-- g ... I I , . outi damages tor tauuie w u TInInn LO. Tel. I . . suit tor om u. l...r4. hive Decn uc;-defendant at a levee tmi. .lnimori In I w ' ' THrtmnn two veafS aCO has been tried several without a settlement . . of pain. Thoufh his heart wer light or his heart wer sore. Its waa alwaya true to the trust he bore-Wthe world was fay or the world was ssd. II waa faithful atlll waa my dear old "dadl hen And I deem It Juet on Life' thorough fsre That I paus to plac on his slivered hair Just a nectared wreath which will let him know I shall not forget aa the cyclea go. of blooms that will cheer his heart In the sunset days that are now his List your Teal estate property with the Courier. If we don't sell it, it doesn't cost you a cent. It is to be hoped the high water will wash away that old trap used as a depot by the Lee Line steamers, ateiy gone iuio i find that business says i rarely advert, arphers i to6old a newspaper m a . .. vrwthn!-ii oeiieve in u a ,tCt advertise if I was runni ng w tery quiet rooms Dlentv of free heat." ftolIifkl,lm , . As tne one inouea- .been subscribed for An oia . De.w Xratfc r; min h0 1 W , 1 ... Just a wreath part-J- ust Leave Laundry At inc scnoeu may runa, If a bad ending b in JA they agreed to give 1(,,rfltii ELLISON BROS. Satisfaction guaranteed or no money PJilD Basket leaves Tuesday, returns Friday. Strictly a white man's laundry. Laundry called for and delivered in city. blow On the hills he knew In forget-me-no- a chaplet fair of the bud Weave and a spring of bay In the crown we make for our "dad" that the tons arol beglrtM tie went a ciouUt you Trn-- rH " ' nimht. t"11! - Telephone that grocery order to Bettersworth & Prather. Decorated Cups and Saucers 60c a set at the Hickman Hardware Co. H. E. CURLIN, Agt of ten tons w dinars each hour are from the largest ocean i, gei snips. THIS ., PAPER GOES TO .AO MAN ON OR EDIT. IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES A BLUR MARK 1IERK oil wir TM,, v p p ml I "Ml nil THE HieKMHN COURIER. JVan Aflf menus thitt your mil errlpllon linn eiplrrd. Henew promptly If you want thr pnper to rome tn you after tlile mouth PuWs Ae Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Aan,, and lel'a Hitch Up olCTrAT B !S WESTS .uu. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, Why Editors Are Liars. Did you evey read a wedding notice that departed much from the following) Miss Est! Mable Good and Mr Sterling Worth were married lsst evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swell, on Prosperity avenue, Rev. Mr. Dig Fee officiating. Or did you ever read of a school entertainment where the exercises did not "reflect credit on the teacher," or of a social gathering that was not a or of a rich red headed girl whose ."auburn tresses" were not much admired, or of a funeral where the deceased was not the embodiment of all virtues and where the bereaved relatives did not have the sympathy of the entire community? asks the Lindborg Newt, No, and you never will so long as you will Insist on tearing the printer man's eyes out or wreck his office or stopping your paper every time he tells the truth about you. You don't want the truth, unless Jt Is something bad about your neighbor and then you are mightily pleased and come around and tell the editor : "That was a hot shot you gave old Brown. Served him right, too, But if you stop to notice you will re member that you never told the writer such a thing when anybody were else could hear you. Y-afraid to, weren't you? And you don't want the truth. It is an item of news when your child fails to pass an examination in school, just at much so as when he succeeds in passing. But, Lord; how mad you get if the editor mentions it. Your daughter's chasing after that ed haired dry goods machinist is notorious town talk in fact, but when the wedding notice appears you don't want the paper man to give a notice something like this : "After several months of hard, work, Miss App Arent Fraud has succeeded in landing that young rake, Mr. Oy Lee Tough, who is rustling dry goods lor Jones, ine Lord knows she has angled long enough for a beau, and the whole town rejoices that she has at last succeeded in landing a sucker." Now you don't wait that. If it is so, even if you are a good christian, yourself, you want the poor journalist to risk his immortal soul and lie about your daughter. You want him to go to hell vicariously, don't you? And when you get a job after asking every man in town you want us to say you "accepted a position." And when you get brta you want us to get upon our behind legs and say that you have "resigned your res ponsible place." No, the Lindborg Mews Is exactly rignt ana me poor editor cannot hope to have any great reputation for truth and veracity so long as you insist on his being a constant liar about your own petty, little contemptible affairs. And when that sot of a husband dies, all we can possibly say is, "he had his faults," when as a nutter ot tact the morality of the town goes up 42 per cent, at his demise. And when wne goes your poor, sixteen miles out in the country for the first time tn 18 years, you don't want us to call attention to the fact you have been a brute so long. Oh no, you don't want the truth. Did not you know it before? Ex be-ol- tnara-worici- MARCH 11, 1909. WHOLE HO. U lilN ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR IHflO Spring Painting When you make up your mind to do some (Minting remember that it cofls ns much to fftnnd-a- u put on nn inferior paint ns it docs brands. Ask for VvB. P. S. PAINTSvVv quality with greatest cov-'an- tf ami you'll get Rood capacity, the greatest durability and tlrrforc the greatest economy, becnusc B. P. S Paints nrc reasonably priced. Sold only by HELM & ELLISON Will Make Cheaper Goods. Know Thl$7 Cheaper ihoet, clothei, window 11,(1 tne dealer, Af-ilf!" Wbr c:.", a :r leg wouia crura glatf, lumber and paper will be t i of bread. among the public's profits when the t a cork lee, out an Payne tariff bill Is passed by con,1 ti't gress. The ideas of the tariff fram-er- s are being reconciled and the re"I th . . the beit onet were vision is to respond to the popular you kno." ' A leg wai never demand for a reduction. At time ti-- t !.- :.:e the world be- - ways this meant isthe committee on and practically agreed y men think at you reduction in steel i - j you how the fallacy to a JO per cent fcj.s-j Th" inventor of the schedules except billits. The duties reduced. The 'sr. ar .ai leg me leg in- - on wooleni will be longer depend wJ cf c:ck was John Cork. woolen mills are no legs c Nc If gi were famous cnt on protection and the price of rt'i ir..zi 1810 And whenever a cloth Is too high, the leaden think. and window glass prices ia mkn v:- -r mlitake he pays The plate will be reduced and lumber will be ;'. s tnoute to k: i put on the free list. Wood pulp and print paper will be t r Toleik), tn J . materailly reduced, and there it a y makes Mlh that he I strong chance ot their being admittt r frm ol r. J. Olienry A ed duty free. The house bill will 3 1 the CMty of Toledo, Include a provision for free hides : ' makl mill that Mill A reduction on shoes and leather n rtONKIMlNHIlKIl every ra.e nf Ca. goods will also be reported in the n xi .rrd liy Ilia moot bill. Frank J. (llirnry. There it not much encouragement aivl tulerlli1 In my for the coffee importers in the sentimtwr. A. I), liwi. A W (II.KAHON. ment for the coffee tax. Chairman NOTAHT 1'UMMC. Payne Is still strongly in favor of the H taken Internally He I: K 7 Mih! nml mamni tax at a revenue producer. its Keml for teetlmon- - running counter to the opinions of is a i' majority of the house and the maITU, t.u.t la.u ,y llllafor conillpatlon. jority of the committee. Mr. Payne it now convinced that AST .iTOOOM.KOKf If Wr lmv mlrrmly put the country wants the tariff reduced, liy mcAiitour and he is working to secure the re W .' full lnfiirmtloi Dalzell " f a 'it wliolnrihlp In ny duction in the schedules. and Fordney of Michigan and Gaines Mrr., Itotwrt J. f ' i Nw York Oily. of West Virginia are still fighting the reductions but with little effect. FOR SALE One pood brood Representative Crumpacker is lin emt;ay Tark. Mohawk t 4- - ing up with rayne, as is Kepresenta i Rood harness and tive Boutelle. President Taft and tw-c'.htff. tafe for nmM nnrl Speaker Cannon are with the revis 1 Shaw Stale Line. .W JUrea onists. It Is expected that the bill will be ready for presentation to the house within five days alter congress meets on March 15. Did You k -- Ask us to Print. To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism, take a teaspoonful of the following mixture after each meal and at bedtime : Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-haounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa-rlll- a, three ounces. These harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home druggists, and are easily mixed by shading them well in a bottle. Relief is generally felt from the first few aoses. This prescription forces the inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid, which causes Rheumatism. As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life, this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly valued by many sufferers here at home, who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief. It is said that a person who would take this prescription regularly, a dose or two daily, or even a few times a week, would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism. Cut this out and preserve it. Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce, indeed, and when you need it, you want it badly. lf clog-ged-u- p, Maj, Geo, W. Saunders Dead. Major George W. Saunders died at his home in Mayfield at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening of last week, of paralysis. Major Saunders was stricken while at supper Saturday evening. He fell from his chair unconsious and speechless, with one side paralyzed. He never aroused consciousness. Maj, Saunders was about 68 years of age and had lived in May-fiel- d for a number of years. He was a native of the county. He was a federal soldier in the Civil War and was a prominent G A. R. man. He was always a staunch Republican, and. held the office of deputy U. S. marshal, in this district twice, for several years each time. About three years ago, while acting as deputy marshal, he accidentally shot himself in his right leg, causing, the loss of his leg. He has never been strong since. He resigned his office on this account. He leaves a wife and one son, Jesse Saunders. He w.is a brother of the late Hugh M. Saunders, ed. itor of the Bardwell News, who died several years ago. He was also a brother of the late John Saunders, of Moscow, and of Prof J, H. Saunders, of near To kill a telon take common salt roasted on a hot stove until it is dry as you can make it. To a tablespoon of salt, also a teaspoonful of pulverized castile soap, add a teaspoon cf turpentine ; mix them well, in a poultice and apply to the felon. Renew twice a day. In four or five days your felon will, if not opened before your poultice is put on, present a hole where the pen-u- p matter was before the poullce brought it our. Ask Your K)wn Doctor If he tells 'you to take Ayer's severe cough or bronchial trouole, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. We have great confidence in this medicine. So will you, when you once know it. The beet kind of a testimonial "Sold for over sixty years." Cherry Pectoral for your A by J. O. ayer Co.. Lawell, Maes. Alio manuieoiurora o( 9 !UIISAPA1ILLA. UAI2 LC' O YI008. pufclli the formulae of all oar medlelnee. We here no rente! We Keep tho bowolB open with ono of Ayor's Pills at bedtime, lust ono. Trys it Himself. Fulton's famous squire," J. T. Futrell, the friend of elopers concluded to be one ot tnc principals in the matrimonial game, which he aidinrr for so long so he slipped away from his Fulton friends and was married in x aducan Wednesday afternoon to Miss Annie Laura Hutchens. also of Fulton. The marriage took place Wednes day afternoon, at the residence ot Judson Futrell. Justice John J. Bleich performed the ceremony. Squire Futrell is one of the best known citizens of Fulton. Besides a justice of the peace, he is deputy qounty court clerk. He has perhaps married more couples than any other magistrate in this part of has-bee- n "ma rr vine FURS Hides and Wool Wild CInt.r. ate. two but rkt! faw s Jl F..th.rt, TaTlaw, Beeswax, Clatter. CU.n SuUYt&m Rod). Mar Apple. uLUd ia IS56 LawjTiE. do b.lt.r fee you Uiea or cosuiuooa atmltuli. RJmaot, Beet ia LeeimlU. Write (or wUr f pace I tel eed Jiptag Use. nt tJ W. tn dealer, I "Ont Ulf a craturrU M. -- 729 1. Uarkit St. Sabel A Sens, LOUISVILLE. XT. Have your summer clothes chemi cally cleaned now, and have them Plates, SOc ready for Easter. Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store Hardware Co. a set. Hickman 1 CLOSING OUT AT COST Look, MR. FARMER; what do you think of these prices: UbINUIINfc !2 ! $ 8.50 $15-00 ri r.;. AvcKY Plows SI ogans Sewing Machine mm lighter than any other. u u Cultivators Corn Planters New Ground Plows Pony Plows Cotton Planters $8.00 $4-7- 0 I m 0 WFREE other. bits longer than any FREE "more beautiful thaa any other. WREE n less vihratioa thin aay other. WFREE " "iter to operate nn any other. FREE mU a more perfect titch than any other. WREE Chicago he te,t of all combined in one. MACHINE GO. 'Olt SAT.K - nv .A CO. Iu' name would imply except it is not only funny but that it is ricn, rare and racy in its fun. The whole music score is catchy and excellent at the same time. Then It Is in a most captivating wav In every respect. You get more than your money's worth In the bill. Don't do without calling cards Paducah News Democrat. y fflsff h&8 T7truKm1t At the Lyric, In Hickman, ami 1nnr?f i Hllf lUIIBVbll TI at night, March 17. Popular them. Printed or engraved prices. reasonable price at this office. pre-sent- id Wed-nesdaw- this wise and timely advice : "In stead of Gov. Wilson advocating a revision .of Kentucky's tax laws so at to Increase the revenue in the State Treasury, if he would stay at home and try to earn his own salary, and if Lieut. Cox was not compelled to fill the Governor's office about half the time and draw from the State Treasury a salary nearly equal to Wilson, there might not be so much need of increasing our taxes When the Lieutenant Governor tills the chief executive'! place he draws for the time the salary the Governor Still the Governor ould draw. draws for full time. Let Wilson practice economy a little. Two men drawing Governor's salaries is too much The Democrats duiii a new Caoltol and went out of office with a full Treasury at the present rate of Again would we traptU' taxation. size s Let Willton leave off trotting up and down the country and try to earn his salary. i.et mm come in touch with the yeomanry of his own State and study their condttioni ana their needs, instead ol dining and winhur with the ercat moguls and heads of corporations In big cities of other Mates. The Louisville Times hands out u it (4 $2.15 Man and Ht His Pride. $2.80 triUKled along till he stood at th top. On Ilia n?&k that w call "Suocui," And ha gave lltll head, nor vn would top At tho orr of a soul In dtatrua. (i Combination Scrapers . $2.15 Disc Harrows .. $18.50 to $20 But proud of till atrtnsth and proud of his com And Proud of ths fsma h had won. II died In his prld whan his story was told And tho toll of his day was don. Th tha facts of his Ufa papuiH ivcordi-world conaoarenaaa 10 pauu Man spoka of tha part ha hod playad tn th strife Tn These are just a few articles of our line. It will pay vou to call AT ONCE before they are all gone. Re- member our full line of g And voted him formal applause. Now his nam la forfot and his fame Is torgoi And of all the procesalona who wend Through tha valley of shadows none visits the spot To murmurt "This man was my friend." -- Blnnlnsham Afe.IIerad, HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES and HARNESS "Ma's New Husband." "Ma's New Husband" is all its i for Cash I? ilk $5 Only, and if we haven't what you want in stock . . a f4 wttKAlAnrtlA We Will Oiaei same iui yuu at wiiuicoatc puv-c- . 11 1 s, at? COST . J) T1 j Farmers Hardware Phone No. 51 Co. Inc. I j THE CENTENNIAL Ily Mm, n. T. Itovjs - "There It n title In the nlTnlrt of men. Which, taken lit the flood. mean fortune, Omitted, Ml the vnyiiee of their life la bound In hAllows nnd In miseries." Tbls thought of the linmortnl hnrd It following nt this epoe worthy of our A In the history of the Disciples of Ohrlnt. centarr bo the ryes of the orld were sud denly attracted to Washington, l"n where Thomm Campbell read that famous ilocu-meentitled "Ieclarntlon nnd Addre( of theCbrlatlan Association of Washington" as the nrst demonstration of christian union on the bails of the word of Hod alone, Inde- pendent of the lufluence of the papacy and sectarian demonatlonallsm. Though liar ton W. Htome and other vt ho were prominent In the wonderful re viral, at Cane llldge, Ky nnd had taken the name position earlier, yet Sept. 7, IH l universally accepted at hearing the uimo relation to the "Disciples of Ohrltt," christian or Ohurchet 4, 177(1 holds to the U. H. of Olirltt that-Julof America. That we may know how much wearo Indebted to Mr. Campbell and the committee of 11 who stood together for this declaration of principles, we quote the following from the address! "Let none Imagine that the subjoined propositions are nil In tended as an overture towards a New Creed or Standard for the church or as In anywise designed to he made n term of communion," Nothing ran be further from our Intention. They nre merely designed for opening up the way, tbnt wo may come fairly nnd firm ly upon clear nnd certain promises; (and take up things Just at the Apostles left them. That thus disentangled from the accruing embarrassment of Intervening nges, Wo nmy stand upon the same ground on which the church stood at the beglnlitg. Having said to solicit attention and prevent mistake we submit as follow st 1, That the Church of Christ upon Prop earth Is essentially, Intentionally and constitutionally one; consisting of nil thoto In every place that profess their faith In Christ nnd obedience to him In all things according to the Scriptures nnd that uianlfett the aaine by their temper and their conduct, nnd of none else as none else can truly nnd properly bo called cbrlstaln. 2nd. That although the Church of Christ upon earth must necessarily exist In distinct societies, locally separate ooo from another; yet there ought to be no schisms, no uncharitable divisions among them. They ought to receive each otberas Christ Jesus bnth also received them to the glory of God. And for this purpose they ought nil to walk by the same rule, to mind and speak the same thing; and to be perfectly together lu the same mind nnd In the same Judgment. 3rd. Tbatlnordertodothls nothing ought to bo Inculcated upon chrlstnlns ns articles of faith: nothing required of them as terms of communion, but whn tit expressly taught and enjoined upon them In the word of God. Xbrought anything be ndmltted as of divine obligation In their church constitution and management, but what is expressly enjoined by the authority of our Iord Jesus Christ and bis Apostles upon the New Testament Church: either In expressed terms or by approved precedent. 4th. That although the scriptures of the Old nnd New Testaments are Inseparately connected, making together but one perfect and entire revelation of the Divine Will for the edification and salvation of the church ; and therefore In that respect cannot tie separated ; yet at to what directly and properly belongs to their Immediate object, the New Testament! It as perfect a constitution for the worship discipline and government of the New Testament Church and as perfect a rule for the particular duties of its members; as the Old Testament was for the worship discipline nnd government of the Old Testament Church and the particular Outlet of Its members. Mb. That with respect to the Commands and ordinances of our lords Jesus Obrlst, where the express time or manner of performance .If any such there be; no bnman 'authority has power to Interfere In order to supply the supposed deficiency by making laws for the church: nor can anything more be required of chrlstalns In such cases but only that they so observe the commands and ordinances, at will evidently answer the declared and obvious end of tbelr Institution. Much less has any human authority the power to Improve new commands or ordinances upon the church which our Lord Jesus Christ has not enjoined. Nothing ought to be received Into the faith or worship of the cburcb, or be made a term of communloii amongst christians that Is not as old as thoNew Testament," Having submitted the proposition be said "Union In truth has been nnd ever must lie the prayer of nil christians In every denomination. Union In Truth It our motto. The Divine word Isour standard. In the Lord's name do we display our banners. Our eyes nre upon the promises "Bo shall tbey fear the name of the Lord from the west and his glory from the rising of the tun." "When the evening shall come In like a flood the spirit of the Lord shall lift up n standard against him," That we may understand how Uod has Increased the harvest from the small a hundred years ago, we will cite only one branch of the work belngdoue d by the Disciples of Christ who are now under one spirit of unity, n million and a half strong to carry the gospel to all nations lu tho terms of the world-widcommission. Total receipts last year for the Foreign Missionary work imcfl. SUlo of a loss from the year before principally In Annultes, Payments made for the maintenance of the work M.iHS being CT.uu more than receipts The whole amomit received since the organization of the Foreign Hoclety at Ixiuls-vlllKy lit 1x75 H.HH.IK7. nn average of J 101,174 n year for Si years. We have missionaries now In Jupan, China, Thibet, India. Africa, I'bllllplne Islands, Hawaii, -- WE WILL HAVE ON DISPLAY clot M;, Friday and Saturday March 18th, 19th, 20th y Host Of Beautiful Millinery!! A "E L S I E" Tailored and The size and almost endless variety of our display this year has surprised our old customers and won .the praise of the many new comers. No prettier Millinery is to be had in Hickman and certainly nowhere are 'equally good values offered. In no other articles of apparel is so much interest centered at this time as in the hat; and no want can be conceived that we have not anticipated. Everything from the smart little dress hats to the elaborate Frenchy dress affairs. We would like to tell you all we know about the new styles in millinery, but with so varied a line, it is not possible. We simply invite your critical comparison of values. mm "E L S I E" Pattern Hats... Tailored and Pattern Hats... Baltzer Kngland, Hcandaiinvla and Turkey, e new missionaries wore tent out last year, the largest numlier over sent nt one time. Tho whole missionary forco now numbers 7l, Including Ml native help- era, a gain of 1V7, the largest guln In our Cuba, Twenty-thre- & Dodds Dry Goods Co. Incorporated fj Stover and Harris. Three The jury Years in Ptn. . . ! begin-ulngon- mar-Hale- e prescriptions filled Qlck ly and Accurately take them to i, you wish to have your CowgilFs Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT dwiiir. im store (IiHrMKlUti) We support on the foreign field IT medical missionaries aud IT hospitals and dltpeusn' rle, and last year lWHJpatlentsweretreat' ed, a gain over tho previous 'year of S11.7V6. Hlxty-twschools and colleges are support ed with an attendance of S.W, an Increase SSI" students. The Foreign Hoclety a!o of feeds, clothes, houses and educate over 0 orphans. In vlewof tuchmagnlflcentwork being accomplished throughout the world even In the darkest bouteaof the panic, who ever dare to question that nod has fulfilled the promises upon which Thos, Campbell based his faith aud hope that (od would raise up a standard to meet the enemy when hu came In as a flood. When lUnnaii Catholicism had defied and checked protestantism, Adopt Books For Public Schools. AlexanderOampbell challenged Archbishop A call was itsued last week (or a I'urcell and produced a written debate that Catholic dare not read lest tbey give up meeting at Frankfort of the State their Catholicism. When sectarianism wa rampant and the churches were glorying Educational Board, at which time In divisions, Alexander Campbell met Pi, I.. advertisementi will be made for bids Itlce, the champion of sectarianism, In Islington, Ky and ever since that debate the to furnish school books for the pub world haobeen leavened with the doctrine lie schools of Kentucky for the next of chrlstlau union upon the wordofOodas Ave years. The State Education opposed to creeds. When Inlldellty In the person of llobert Board is composed of the Governor, Ok en, of ticotland, the polished scholar had challenged all the clergy of the United Auditor, Secretary of State, Treas Htntes and there was none to defend the urer, Superintendent of Public InWord of Hod, who dared to accept the dial Attorney General and lenge but Alexander Campbell, and ever struction, since that dtdrnte Inlldellty has never dared Clerk of the Court of Appeals. The rnlly.to meet any able preacher In public discussion. This dltcusslou took place lu board will fix a date of the reception Cincinnati. Ohio, and at Its close nearly the of bids and samples of books from entire audience stood up In open confession that Jesus Christ Is the Hon of (Jod, and the the different bidders. Under the Hlble the 1)1 v! no llevelatlon, Who then operation ot the new County Unit dare measure our gift today by dimes if we can give dollars, or who shall dare only School law these will be sent to each give a dollar where be could give ten or of the County Boards in the State. twenty and never miss a meal! The County Boards meet and rote We as a people are asked to give Itou.au this year towards converting 7u0.(JU),(uO upon the books and the book that reheathen, and wo as n congregation are ceives a majority of the votes or asked to give at least 110. Hurvly, we who have not been giving much for a great sixty counties are selected at a later while, for any kind of church work ought to meeting of the State Board. redeem ourselves, und this year make It ten, so that the whole state of ten timet Kentucky will look on us In a more favor. If you get a sample copy of the able light. Instead of helping us out of pity to keep us from dying, tbey will bo Courier its an invitation to subscribe. with us In the hope- Commercial-Appea- l enlisted to and Courier one fulness of success, and will bring to our year for $1,25 efforts much more motuiy wlum they be' o lleve we will bo ablo through tbelr greater gift to march Into the field with a great shout of victory. And may we now tirstli reu each of us trust the Lord this once, this greatest of all the years In our hi tory. and give, fully and largely to Ills poor, suffering, heathen children for whom Cbrlst (Hod Iielng fully assured that we will be much richer In heart than ever before In the past, and as for the future let us all take the Lord for security, who says "He tbnt glveth to the poor lendeth to the lord and He, (the Iord), will repay It again," Let us rememlier at we often read on the tombstone of frUnds who have entered In to nod's keeping. "Not lost but gone be fore." Ho our money thus given will not be lost but simply Invested In the Having liank of Kternlty with our Heavenly Fath er a security. in the .a. 111 YV t' . VFT Bargains man Hdw. H. L. Woodland VTT in Dinner Sets. -- Hick Co. Curlln was here from Mills, on business, yes100-ptec- terday. English China dinner sets at $15 each, while they last. Hickman Hardware Co. A BARGAIN e Judge F. S. Moore is in Winchester this week attending a meeting of the head camp of the W. 0. W. two cot tages for rent on his lots west of A, O. Caruthers. He says they will is building 0. Hertweck not only be convenient, but right up in every respect. to-no- Julian Choate is our authority for the statement that we have had rain fall of 18 inches here since January 1. A rain barrel out in his yard, apart from buildings or other things that might having any bear ingon it, is half filled with water, or about 18 inches. Two women in the United States to day are able to send their letters ithout the expense arfil worry of stamping them. This peculiar con- dition of affairs results from a signal tribute paid the widows of two presi dents, they being Frances F. Cleveland, and Mary Lord Harrison, widow of the late Benjamin Harrison. The new ruling provides that the signatures of Mesdames Harri son and Cleveland must appear in the corner usually occupied by the and Jim Thomas, t .. i n rn rnrirru wii'i f. uiuukiu III VGl'-i13 nwsA n I' tn.n ll, penitentiary. The crime is all-- , j dime be the nl committed last veir n F. R. Stover, the tint-e- r with Rev belonging to Bob i, B. Marvin Harris who wai here two the aiK city, was rays- -' years ago, was married last week onedav. The thie. 5 were to a iaay ot some JU years. to one of the lower Hush little Hickman crime was laid at t..e door cl Don't you cry, young .euows, wuo i. You'll be a cow-lIn these oaiti about l!: Mime the t Bye and bye. roil disappeared e English China dinner The horse was r sets, 15. Hickman Hardware Co. about the same tiro- coy" See our window. arrested on a crv, c horses in Fulton c Jr'y irremanded to jail at W tMV Ihere brought here for tM u Seat, of that county IS . u It The r trial will i . .... r fl w--ot ( 100-piec- SPRING HERE and along with it is the need of a good spring medicine. We are recommending to our best customers the well known mill then thev wl.l rriwiu at that place, Mij 4 i The government below town, was I Hot Springs Blood Remedy as the best remedy in our store. It clears the blood and strengthens the entire system. HELM & ELLISON precarious condttr rr.c ii'" The iirre-' " i ii unaerm cu n, o.l htlV 3ll tWt nnct lot's j Ul mill to i to be CrttOI " '- -i i.. ..,. vrnci hive several leet n i .... .1 r53Uiu me present n .Mt the f e cawo' watched too close K'ff F tl. n - . , . i -- F .J' !, - . -- on it. Order the Courier Night HitichtN HM Rid" Escapes. jl til in t? '.l' 01 . urneu tiaic cyi inal of the eight (t, the Keejiooj ALL i S0RTS44M ddn'nion i.. City for the ka rnm . J ljichicii. Ann ..i,litnfl.l. ether J ISM. riiM . . . . innu I r.igw a llv .. nut it ..IH I :m,but the I ilia v. - ORDER YOUR NEW SPRING SLIT TODAY $14.50 TO Every Sample A1W' Prather. Arc lamps? President Taft I It also rained. Garden see d. Bettersworth & officials - iv. f IV urn. The patterns are here in greater variety and in more handsome effedts than were ever before shown in Hickman. Our perfectly tailored gar- ments always have that appearance of elegance that has made this the most: popular establish- men. Be measured ment among today for your new spring suit. well-groomed 1 inner a razor in tne the upon t.ii . it''Uv ' L.ncK.r mi l the auwonies In the plot leia. who Hogg has been $45.00 ...l.r Sqilii tf5, rr ar l' the assassination ....t..r 7 Lrtil .ii- - . 'cir -r- .V.V,;, Weakley county iall It Decameumc at a wnnen .r rieiendinis mine ...i iv- MILLET Sr NAYLOR THE I2SI OHIOAQO it Moving pictures every night at the Lyric. Miss Robbie Salmon visited in Fulton, Sunday. Change of Program every night at the Lyric. Good carnations now at 75c. See Miss Frankye Reid. REX Phosphate hits the spot. Call for it at Cowgill's. Miss Mollie Bourne spent Sunday in Union City with home folks. Sheriff Seat visited his mother and children at Cruthfield this week. Lee Carter, a Fulton policeman, was in the city first of the week. Onion sets and garden ' seed of every description at Bettersworth & ... . Mt. Prather. . . ...v. ih-.Ill twl . - i . ' -1 na mi pieaiure I rMrt In it iticiic i. i a tori oi paroie nrritftnmrnt on nil - r,,m - I.IH. . iccy.s- - a.. .. 1. . tr L. - not rr - ...i.. . . I. iVnt l iV- exnlalned he sheriff Hraifield. ... this. ntlllKC u vi. .'.v.-- . f r v- " . , ,. i leivinr the tail 'L.tinn with other Chriff and make " pit delivery ftCTBJ" i..l. .L ii r(iu nloht. when o . 1 Ik. . Afflrl TV. I H. .i. . wtiA nt I rv-i-n 9 nrtltr 1 fir) in 9 .L.t.ia Klll iv. v I .t vi I fmm .l.j r - I IT. Kn . ,V..M. Mf .U.tlrtf .' - ... ttirtr:r'- . 1 1. - I ttnj t t'ii ;r::r i: l fnm Dreiden that t to the sheriff and st Hopp pave hltn A mm to km bherm . I ir.p.i ipt, in .1 i mnir shhi inn tie cccr. r t. the eanof Hoee. . , . i t liacflarrr, vi.n commtciir in t .cr.se, rs. -- i mm to leave tnit It ii f.r'htr -- r .i inmc fT irm Jrntood that r.r cnnitri HogK rm inn tin ' infHr t totbt..Tfi tU II he will do n An to. uta t;n ta made a report ot He E.l.'ar, at Rankin barracki i been net., ei of Hopp'i escape Tigrr;.5 tcarch for the fugl- - Tie Ccjtit uld like to have a -- Gijoline at the Courier Office. he Hen that Lays A' J when the chicks (rem tuch a hen make trc.lrn in tlx weeks usubly pays. the Hfn tlmt P t" 5? Per Cent Of the Egg Fnrms '''the Beci-ji- e United States with White Leghorns, Why? it is untver-"li- y My admitted that Leghorns are greatest "Vers In the world. Stock of C. -- While Leghorns "!- III. JCl.J il i, ! -- - 'r.om m In tho lrne tinned -- mkmrn..1'" MV ' ' yar r ana n '"u . tuo nvermgm.i Inv mil '..'rtiiiyto! II. KrrilriaM rnA.ilv.ul Cowgill's fountain is the only place you can get REX. Call for it next time. L D. Perry, wife and baby returned Sunday from a short visit in Union City, l In The Spanish-America- n War. "t ! "I I '!'!" 114 'I i i I I I Rate Invalid In Missouri. Woodmen of The World. Bartlett Murrell and Paul Blake-mor- e left Friday on the Sadie Lee me spanisn American of I uurmg Judge McPherson. at Kansas City, The second biennial session in the case of the state against the Head Camp "U," W. O. W., Is in War, many of our soldiers suffered for Arkansas. or other Information for term, Ky., this severely from cramp in the stomach David Bryant, of Union City, visit call on or iSrM Th Hickman Courier railroads of the state, some eighteen. session at Winchester. has decided that the two-cefare week. Quite an extensive program and bowels, due in most cases to tne ed his daughter, Mrs. T. A. Led- and maximum rates law of the state was prepared by the citizens of Win- change of climate and the water ford, Sunday. they were obliged to drink. No. tl IflOaorel MImIuIbdI rlrer tnltnm is invalid, the rate being not re- chester, including an address of Russ Wiseman and wife, of Mur-UnJ. II mllm below Hickman. Well fenced, munerative but confiscatory. Mr. Geo. A. Lake, of Dennison, He welcome by R. M. Shipp, superinphysboro, Ills , spent last week with boat, oulhoute. etc. 0aorr.ln cultlratlon. reit tltntwr. Haliei from N) to tays that they looked for increase in tendent of the schools and music by Texas, gives an interesting account relatives here. KO tMinele corn: iMu to lJa noundi cotton. of how be came to the relief of some tariff has not materialized, and even the school chilldren. A rxxt Inreitment. Allen Bright returned Sunday from goes so far as to declare that the J T. Dillon, Goalder Johnson, of the men in his regiment: "Just No. I 7 acre land, one mile aouth of OlarUin. Oood home. torn, ibed abolition of the pats system on the Wm. Flynn and F. S. Moore are as I was starting for the war, says a visit to his brother, Dave Bright, nil other rood elland ela. Mr. Lake, "Mr. Davis gave me a at East Prairie. tern, flue younc orchard. 1 mile from eehool roads has not added one per cent to representing Elm Camp No. 3. I bout. (Iwnern anilouito tell and 118 an the business of the lines. The de Atkins Cole, of Fulton, is also in large bottle of Sloan's Liniment. H. Whipple, of Memphis, was the. acre will nut. Additional Information on used it in our troops at Camp Mobrey guest of his sister, Mrs. Jas. Town-sent cision is a black eye to the application. attendance. for cramps and dysentery among the rate law. last week. No. 40 farm, well ImoroTed room dwellln. S tenant houe, I large toNone but the initiated know the men. It took finely and lots of the bacco Inrna, t lane atock tatriie. ralrlxnki - Satisfaction or money refunded. toalea,outlHilldlni.I welli. ltprln. fenced There has been much discussion accuracy required in a printing boys of Troop L. 1st Tex. Cav. tM- Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over and Half mile to twochurchee S. V., will never forget the name of hair mile to ecbool boa.e. nn rural route at New Madrid, recently, as to the office. Some reader who detects and, telephone line and abort dltlance from the probable effect the construction bad spelling or a letter upside down Sloan's Liniment. One case in par- Rice's Shoe Store. n acret In cultlratlon. two rood market. Orm-sle- y Mrs. Lon Naylor and baby, of An Ideal farm. Adjoining land last year of the levee across the river, in feels that his mission is not fully ac- ticular was our bugler, Fred per acre; tble can be bought for old for ; he was cramped until he could Cayce, visited Judge W. A. Naylor lla leu on the acre. A number ot Improve, Kentucky, will have in raising the complished until he has called the menu In warnf orchard, etc. Ifiouwanl height of the water on the Missouri attention of friends to the glaring hardly stand it. I gave him a dose and family last week. a bargain. ak for No. 44. side. If the Kentucky levee is com defect. He did not notice the thous- of Sloan's Liniment and in five min C. H. Moore, the grocer, wants a No. email farm, t) acre, all In cultl- utes he was up and ready to go on share of your trade. His goods and orer two mile from Hickman. pleted to hold back the water at ands of letters in place, or the multi- with the troop." tlvatlun. nt KAi.ee cotton or anything ele that ran lie flood times, it will be easy to find tude of words correctly spelled, but and prices are both right. ralMl In Fulton county. I now renting Every druggist carries Sloan's fur im a year. All fenced. I will ctncU oui wnai ine eneci is oy comparing bis eagle eye is glued on that one Don't ask who but just telephone the deal Inlanco on eaey terme. Liniment in stock. You can get it in figures on the Government gauges at that Is out of place. So it is with No.tl-a- SI acre, of nne land In tb rtrcr Cairo and New Madrid for a series our deeds. Man does a thousand 25c. 50c. or SI. 00 sized bottles. It's No. 4 for groceries, and see if you tintiom (behind the Uorernment lereelfor get the best in town. good deeds and no attention is paid a good thing to have in the house don't aaleatan extremely low price.. 110 acree of years. purcnaaro aa a t, in cultivation. Lan i toothache, See the Hickman Courier Realty to them, but if he makes one mistake for rheumatism, whole or divided. Thlt li a good Dropotl. asthma and any pain o'r The Washington Baseball Club, of it is dashed over the world. A lifeHon. Company's list of real estate bar-. Tiacrea unrter tiottom hich Joe Cantillon, of Hickman, is time may be spent in building up a gains, elsewhere in this issue. No. 4a.11 irni land and Improvement. 6 nillra from town. manager, defeated tne .Houston, reputation that may be wrecked in a proven to Miss Nell Rogers has been spend Iteinetnlter river bottom land hae be one of the lient land Inve.tmenta In thla Tex. team at San Antonio, Satur- - moment. The world is a harsh Don't Wait ing several days with her sister, tectum. Are you Interested? Talk quick. diy in a practice game. The score critic, exacting to a fault. inraman iwurier itcany uo. Take AdvnUige of Iliektnan Citi- Mrs. Roy Clark, at Woodland. was 1 to 2. Hickman rooters will err r in folks rti. county. Mo. ba iiwkaete of ill ivci. four iniiu. bou.et on now line up and put their money on Reason some heaven aint in no hur- zen's Experience Before IV Too Misses Lillian Johnston and Loto Ippt Is kaze dey ry ter go ter It. together with other Improvements. 16 Late. Cavitt returned Monday from a visit acres cleared, reit In timber SW acre pro- Washington. ion't want de angels ter think dey to the former's mother at Ripley. tected by the new government levee. Own When the back begins to ache, 011 thle Dve erli cuttingyear. crop of alfalfaanu corn List your real estate with the Hick got de idee dat der treasure wont place eacn aDa me coivon Don't wait until backache beOur business has nearly doubled keep twel dey come. No sale, no charge. now growing will give you an Idea oflta man Courier. fertility. Itente readily for IIA an acre comes chronic: in the past twelve months. That's very reaeonaoie. I'rice Till serious kidney troubles de one good sign that our groceries are the best in town. C. Hi Moore. velop ; Till urinary troubles destroy Mrs. W. A. Tohnston and children No. T Two lot. one mile below Hickman night's rest. at the old ferrr landlne. Mlllrt fret. Uood went to Brownsville, Tenn., Sunday, three-roohouse, (table, well. Take big Profit by a Hickman citizen's ex- to attend the bedside of her sister. water to overflow. 1K yon want a bnrgalnr mil uyourcnane, perience, Miss Ciista Mann, who Is quite sick. Nn. IT A rand ilx.rooni. nearly new, Thomas Creed, living in HickIMxlEt feet. Two FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode frniuo bouie and two lota All man, Ky., says : "For two or three Island Reds eggs (15) for setting, block! from butlncM part of town. good needed Improvement. A tpanklng years my kidneys did not act as S1.00. Splendid layers. Mrs. G. proposition for the man who wanta a nice saWBapW'lsBsBixVs'sw. vrJjr I'.tle home. lart rab, balancfl reasonable thev should. There was a steadv B. Threlkeld, State Line, Ky. lengin 01 time. pain in the small of my back, and No. tO-a limited time, wewlll oiler whenever I stooped or lifted any-thiresidence. I halls. In good for ante an repair aa well aa a substantial building, and T. T. Stephens and Henry Mc- twinpes would dart . o- -four int. raeliMiau feet, stables, smoke o ? sharn I . house, poultry bouse, and , other outbulld through my loins. My back ached Mullin attended the Inauguration of 11c. njri-inns, goou cisiern. garuen-poat nicht. and when I arose in the the President on last Thursday at In good neighborhood. Ilenta readily for bring but lltainontb. It ought toand can H.uu. you mnrninp. I was so lame that I could Washington. Mr. Stephens had the give w ran sell It much less, SO to time on part of It. hardly walk. I often suffered from ill luck of being sick on the trip. occasionally tea nervous spells, It is rumored that a proposition is languid and became easily tired. The Courier received this week on foot to put a mule barn on the Headache also troubled me. and I two fine pieces of machinery for the Price Hotel block. This should be was tubiect to dizzy spells. The nipped in the bud. We had about job and binding department, which Our showing of Soft Hats offers unusual good choice, my kidneys consecretions from puts us on a footing with the best as soon see a giue laciory on can not only in shapes, but also color lines. tained a sediment and I was often ton street. printing establishments in Western to arise during the night on Kentucky. That printing you have The new Alpine is the style that will make Soft Hats On Thursday evening of last week, account ot their too trequent action. sending away can be done at We have them. been strong favorites this spring. Finally I learned of Doaa's Kidney Miss Virginia Prather entertained a dollars here home now. Keep your A Pills, and procured a box at Helm number of friends at "500." patronize your home institutions, and Ellison's drue store, used them chafing dish luncheon of Welsh raretn accordance with the directions. bit, coffee, wafers, fruits, fudge, Wireless telegraphy was success and one box relieved my trouble. 1 and nuts were served. Miss Vir fully operated the other day on a ran recommend Doan's Kidnev Pills ginia Shumate, of Newbern, Tenn., Lake Shore train running at the rate guest. an hour. Ine train of sixty-milas a very reliable kidney remedy." was an was eauipped with wireless appar 50 Capt. Brown, the genial, affable For sale by all dealers. Price atus and messages were sent and co , uuuaio, gentleman in charge of the "White-sox,- " cents. Foster-Mllbureceived as the train was opproacn New York, sole agents for the Unit which is anchored in Bayou de ing Cleveland. Chein, is positive Hickman it the ed States. Tan best town of its size qn the map. Remember the name Doan's A SS0.000 monument in memory Besides the company of local sportsand take do other. Piesident James A. Garfield is of men to minimize the monotony of Russia proposed in a bill Introduced oy Ke The men on the bond of Beach smaller bergs, the captain enjoys the presentative Langley, of Kentucky T7 . ! v...v... I .... tYie splendid opportunities for hunting H4lia, W44V II rY i rr urltri The measure Movides that the monu Oxblood murder of bis father, Judge James and fishing. ment shall 1h Irected on or near the The Mengel Box Co. is putting la Middle Creek' battlefield in Floyd Russia and Breathitt county officers 11. . he was. a complete machine shop at their county, Ky. .. . ... . !!! arrested ana taicen to ws jau ai lower factory. They are also putRev. Wm. Thompson, pastor of Irvine to await Eis second trial in ting in a plant for the manufacture Tan Vici In n St. John's Methodist churcn at Mem Th fir.t Irlnl ... nJi.. jury. Hargis got retiillerldrunk of glue, of which they use hundreds ohls. said In a sermon that "Sunday on a hung of barrels a month. These, with baseball playing is no worse than and aitempieu to uiuiuci a wuunii. the many other improvements now gossip indulged in by society sisters ntnl mrn trnur netufirinr nnrl then under construction, will give em- flocked togeth on the Sabbath when go to church and sit in the arcen floyment to a number of extra men. er." work go on, Bro. Wal corner with tears flowing down your i. i FtThc church that wins is the church ker. cnecKi. that goes Instead ot striding. nt Farms For Sale flTe-roo- m two-cen- d, e crtxe-fenre- (V--A sore-throa- ,iii city property: ror -9 nr cMeris cNfw Hats for Spring $3.00 In Soft and Stiff Styles p. es New Spring Bostonian Shoes And Oxfords Just eceiJed n rn ,! ... miet & SKaytor i!3 Centenary of Chopin If IVera March 1. IHOU 10 A Good Drug Store V l;Iclm To Trade Jit fit Ellison's Drug Store is n good ' place and enjoys the patronngc of vrry particular people in every section, nri'J why shouldn't it? plctc. Our slock is com The qualities arc highest nncl the prices absolutely the lowest ton Bistcnt with the quality sold. HELM Council Proceeding ELLISON election be hel l i ii-- . r ... p 1 Madgtnymcnsg THE bother and wasting of time at tailor's is eliminated when you buy a "PECKS" SMART COLLEGE SUIT Hickman, Ky., March 2, 1909 Council met In session this night. Present Mayor Dillon, Councllmen Gray, S:hlenker, Bettersworth, Dodds and Ledford. Minutes of last meeting were read and on motion approved and signed. The following accounts were pre tented, properly approved, and on motion allowed and checks ordered rWsucd for amounts t Tom Dillon, Jr., miscellan $ 5.60 eous claims J A. Noonon, dieting prison 21.30 ers ... Mrs. I. D. Price, 353 ft. of 7.39 lumber at $21 perM years ato, Mrcn there was born In a child who was Cho-pin- TJST 100 1. 1809, Poland to bold a very Important place In the world ot mu . sic, Francois Frederick Chopin was called by Schumann tha boldest and proudest poetic spirit ot his times; and Grove "Pecks" Clothes are scientifically cut, ays Schumann might .with equal truth therefore their perfect fitting qualihnve named him a composer fur the pianoforte beyond com ties. The patterns represent the newest parlson. effects of the season and the fabrics A musician ot exceptional training, leave nothing to be wished for. a pianist ot wonderful skill and power. It Is as composer for the piano he holds chief claim to attention. He wan the first of all the composers to understand the limitations and possibilities New Hats, all colors to of ths piano, his compositions are all works for the piano or with the piano. New Shoes, high and low cuts, all styles Compared with other composers hn and shapes to .. did not leave behind a laree quantity of work, but that left Is of rare qualShirts of every to ity Tho solo pieces Include etudes. Ties, new colors and to bal-- . preludes, mazurkas, polonaises, lades, scherzl. nocturnes, waltzes and Fancy Sox to other works. The compositions for piano with orchestra Include two concertos; Don Giovanni Fantasia: a rondo; K Flat Polonaise; , and a Fantasia on Polish airs. He Is Inixiriioriilud author of three works for piano and 'cello, a piano trio and a rondo for two pianos. In his day he met with much appreMoney to Loan. Telephones on the Farm. ciation, many honors; valued by his 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per fellow artlijs, petted and feted by the Mr. Farmer: Would you like to have a telephone on your farm that cent per annum on tarm lands in world of fashion. Ho was an odd mixwill afford you protection at all Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., ture, this Polish genius, his a most times, day, night and Sunday, for a and in Fulton County, Ky. About contradictory nature; on the one aide few dollars per year? If so, call on one-hathe cash value of a farm truckling to the aristocracy, on the relinquishing bis artistic our local manager and have him ex- will he loaned. Loans made in sums other never always a pathetic perIdeals. And of $1,000 or more for five years sonality. In physlquo so frail, so applain the "farmers line" rate Cumberland Telephone & Tele-grap- h with privilege to borrower of paying pealing, of temperament so highly arsame alter one year in lull or mak tistic the owner was for the Co., Incorporated. ing any size partial payment desired tempest of living. He was of refined, appearance. Mr. Taft is said to favor exclu- at intervals of six months after the high-breChopin was born in tho village ol sive white rule for the South, and expiration of one year, interest bethis will make him more popular in ing stopped on partial payments Zelazowa Wola, son of a teacher of French, bis father French, his mother that locality, whether it will give made. Call on or write. Polish. The boy seems to have rehim any more votes or not. 0. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. ceived but a superficial general education, but In music was well taught, Engraved cards, and early showed remarkable promOrder the Courier today. ise, made a public appearance at the tender age of eight years. He became a great favorite, was adored by the ladles, musicians spoke of him as a second Mozart. Defore he was 11 he attempted composition, wrote a march dedicated to the Russian Grand Duko Constantino, a piece of music the duke bad scored for a military band. At 12 be entered tho Lyceum, and about this time began the study of harmony and counterpoint at the Warsaw conservatory; during the years ot been established for over 23 years and has earned a reschool work carried on his musical studies, on leaving the Lyceum adoptputation for liability and conservatism not surpassed by ed music as a profession. In 1830 he set forth as a traveling virtuoso, apany bank in the county. peared In Iireslau, DreMcn. Prague, Vienna, Munich and Stutvrt and on We give particular care and attention to the work of reaching Paris tarried there. It was ' making this an ideal and safe place for you Just prior to his arrival In Paris the Russians had seized Wursaw. and to deposit your money. French sympathy for downtiodden Poland may have added to the warmth of Whether the account be large or Bmall we extend to welcome held out to the young Polish our patrons every possible courtesy and allow all the musician. Artistic circles admitted hi in leniency conformable with the rules and regulations with acclaim, the doors of wealth and fashion opened wide for him. He was necessary in the conduct of a safe business. sought as a teacher, he found encouragement, sympathy, understanding, You are cordially invited to open an account with us. new Incentive for writing, Presently less be appeared and as less public pianist, devoting his time ta composition. Over In Germany Robert Schumann, always generous In appre OLDEST BANK IN FULTON C0UNTT ciation, was the first to give to his music full recognition, and In an article Capital and Surplus, wrote in regard to Chopin: T$15.00 to $25.00T $2 $3 s $2 $5 description50c 1.50 shapes.25 50c 10 50c Baltzer Dodds Dry Goods Co. Kra-kovla- lf THIS BANK HAS absolutely THE HICKMAN BANK $65,000.00 d "Hats oh", gsBtlsmeal a geulusl" paid out during i 1..C71 February -- ...$ 265 12 along certain strf i the city of Hickta-- ; Ky t .1 r Bal. to credit this accounts 63 29 ed to dispose of the J Lrci WATKlC & LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT. On motion the Mater ar i C nate. S1526.25 To bal. per Jan. report Friends to serve and obey appear To amt. teed, ol Tom Dil trjitesi a new root ana a not to have been wanting, and we 400 00 City Hall. lon, Jr... now come to that mysterious, famous On motion th' L.'tt n ititl friendship, attachment blstortsns not able to agree on the right name be- Bal. to credit this account. .$1926. 25 the committee, On motion Cour J il .rK tween Chopin and "George Sand" No change In City Hall Account (Mme. Dudevant), the novelist. The V I H. AllCII I II. two met at the instigation of Liszt, since last report. some time early In US7. The woman Overdraft 26 Indigestion Ends. of masculine brain, the man sffemln-at- e W. C. Johnson, C. T. In his refinements, found each the g :.r 1!: You can eat ar other strangely congenial. Unlike In acn craves wuncu their tastes, of widely differing mental Report of City Marshal for Feb. cf Indigestion or Drpf,-:.- i, caliber, they entered into a companion- 1907: r c:t your food will frrr- ship, a union, that lasted several years, Taxes collected during Feb.f 616.12 continued until shortly before Chopin's 49.00 death. At the Ume of the meeting Fines collected during Feb.. w r mat, s wik f Chopin's health was becoming snore in?. and more frail, an affection ot the I hold Treasurer's receipts I III win Ltaa S 665.12 lungs making ffeidwar. Plans were for ks Att0T 9 prepared for a sojourn on the Island Tom Dillon, Jr., C. M. nothing can (ernr-- i cr ten of Majorca In search of health, Mme. mata nri.l nr nnitnn Sand to accompany the Invalid, and The Clerk reported that he had which causes BeiCi fS . late In 1838 Chopin with Mme. Band, her two children and a servant, set turned over to Tom Dillon, Jr., City .Wltl ut forth for the Island, taking up resi- Marshal, the City Tax Book for NaniM. InrliPei 1 f. ue iUl D dence In Palms. At first all was 1909, showing a total tax of $8531. t.i,l In tlnmv '.i L..GiBt , delightful, but the com- 56, and that he holds Mr. Dillon's P Heartburn, Water 1 monplace accompaniments ot Illness receipt for same. or . stomaceh and r'r.'.'-'-t soon banished romance, Chopin became so miserably 111 his landlord re- tOo motion the foregoing reports symptoms. frrn I - lt3BCB fused to havo one so much an Invalid were received, ordered spread upon In bis house, and there were strenu- the records, published and filed. absolutely unicnow ous days for both 111 and well. On motion the Clerk wai Instruct On return to France Cbopln and ed to issue cherks for all accounts Hoes all the w U Ot a Mme. Sand spent their summers at allowed at the Feb. 1909 session of stomacn. -r ) it aici-i-- i the latter's country place In Nobsnt, the Council. j . when vour sionu their winters In Paris. Devoted nursOn motion thn Mayor was Instruct trtanmiie will air. ing was rewarded by partial return te health of tho Invalid, and Chopin in ed to loan $1000 out of the Water you can eai anu this period labored assiduously at and Light Bond Account, for a term ferment or sour. composition, taught, and occasionally not exceeding five years with interest Otalarce50 played, nut at last nursing and com- at 6 per cent, Interest payable an ni.n.r.ln from u t uiuts panionship cesied, the union came to nually, secured by first mortgage on start tamng touay i a disastrous end. In 1S4T, after a vio a ib:ut f ill ..i. ..It., Villi Will dLLUaitl J lent quarrel, the couple separated. Ia improved real estate, c '. The members of the City Council health v. stronir -- ' the history of her life and In a sketch '' of the days In Majorca, George Sand having agreed to abide by the decis- It, on r.in Ml anvthr.1 incwKtl gives a very different picture of her ion of the legal voters of the City It, nn ..mi companion than Is presented In a work of Hickman as to whether all kinds itscomion 01 ... published the year ot the sepsratlon, of stock shall at all times run at JJIIIUIC .( Im.itilv ...i.i. -Ul l.4H"..r ' .... l, j. . L. . wherein Chopin Is drawn as a flighty large within the .IIIU. " limits of said city, and exasperating Invalid. away He never ana in order to ascertain the sent! Inetobe carried recovered from the effects of the quarcr W rel, the excitement and distress at- ment of said legal voters, it being usecf laxatives ilitance. tending the rupture are thought to necessary to take a vole on same. have hastened his death. Disappointwherefore It is ordered that an me t'- What do VOU th ment and poverty as well as 11. c --. 'wife1' marked his later days. In February, wold mull 1848, he played for the last time in tt meant "weaver jii. Paris, then fleeing from the revolution .lit,.. k. viir. fr.z:z went over to London, He was not at all iut m strong, but persisted In trying El ra"' . to i .n,.r work, played when he had to bo car" and embroiJ-""tunes ried upstairs to the concert room, He OK Til K- upon and bring k engaged In a tuur In Scotland, and " f"0"' n true w Ellison Magazine Agency made komo visits there.tbut dually had 'r !c to rturrendvr to the fact that the end is always around llytprclal arruiiiirinvnt with ' . V, was not far off. that work and play mat he over her t Uipublli!ior.ttiutnaLlHt to slve you the verr lowoit mt must be laid aside. Shortly after reworm in tne nigoi t5Be obtainable on any Mmmine turn to Paris, he died, on the taornliie or 1'urlixllcHl In the it lilted fire at ner ic u be the Htatua. eltlivr In club or Inn-lof October 17, 1849. At the Impres Is. and may lw able to you where she enough to uy lor on hvi sive funeral services held In honor of er more m(Mln, the great musician, Mozart's Requiem i. .nii. inn i ii.i v nw-- waa sung, A resting place for him was Ctt thmlrCataloMumi II yurt ftr thtatklng. And uirlf, r tali ur choscu beside tho graves of Chsrublal phen It, Your Inqulrtm will rmi imm 111 lOr in.fi ri m IUm K9tvw cowrie euc 0ffnf(fi, and Uclllnl. KATMKHINK VOTM. Realty Co Courier By amt. Reference has been made to Cne- pln's liking of the favor of the nobll Ity a weakness suggested Id that so much of his work Is dedicated to countesses and baronesses, a couple ot princesses In the list ot titled personages Never robust, very susceptible to the Influence of surroundings, It may be he found an atmosphere of esse and luxury very restful, restoring. When 111 ablo to afford It be made strenuous effort to keep up appear ances before the people of wealth with whom he associated, was very fastidious about his personal bslongtngs, always approved of tha delicate and refined rather than the showy and or- Report of City Treasurer for Feb 1909 1 GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. To bal. per Jan. report S To amt. reed of H. C. Helm To amt. reed, of Tom Dil lon, Jr J6.74 46.55 Sio. r P. ra., on Fndav to ascertain the i- - t9 AVtt on said question A- -l ik, C Clerk Is her-!,- ,, r, . L4TEI uanois printed c r ( "Ffc running at larre' :m Ji... " siock running a' . posite each num'. , , i . . ... ue Diaced. . where . stamp. The voters of 1 1 t. . stock running at urg? uj it may ajp ... tvjtta , officers to act i1 .1.1.. .. All I. ... t ...a... have paid their tiz j n 1908, anl w tgtn ta si uy tne result ol h- - e.ect.ai Jan. 1st, 1912. rr.av v:!e a r tpv,r... election, and n w oe permuted to v;.c . . n..!t. X3 n wiui.iam.ci were tnr, it... minim.!. - - . , -ordinances for a i"ri the minimum f. ? I r "f ftt f ... It fj it An ordinance w.j 265.12 amending the crl :. me icei 01 omceti S 336.41 c'.rcix -- e ruLy ft. V. i'.m. 111 1 llir-.ftl- V " rose-bucd- 'b, r.u.'- rc-ill- .. ' -- n-i- ' 'z.. m....r DEEPENINQ THE SOIL. It Improves lis Chemleal and Physical a1 Take your Broken Jewelry, Spectacle, Watches and Engraving to Thinking are in bloom. Fruit trees ..... w.,r.uday is St. Patrick'! l on the tick M Aroberg Urt, w H Spralltn, ol ruuon, wtre tfe&ejaay. "nsfr.ir.er can find a buyer for our i T- -r Character. 7 A GOOD DOOR LATCH. River Stage ijlthUTT'C IT Last WIOT At Hickman Ruing in. One Which You Can Eailly Make for Yourielf. THE OUAOK TODAY READS ! 32 ft. 4 inches Thli consist! of throo plecea of oak or other good linrd wood, na shown In tlio drawing. For tho handlo uso a Mir) Ill"") tr... i tea. t T Ftrkui, or '. I "k 24 hours- :- Fell, j : w r-- ( Hickman (liiaite) llfglm nt bottoms ,. , Pt " tt " trill leave the lowlll OOTTOMI i n'j CtT DAHOER AT 3S FEET fnr Memohls. warun, wa Htic Overflow MIMN. 1 1 r. il duIi you in touch with deliver Newi it icare. Details of Latch. ... ,.. M.si M r. has been ..'.on at overieer In the rtV Osborne Bond Co. have movea uP town on account of & Jf Ri bsccJ Weiiera Kentucky wai visited by Old Feather WANTED TU BUY . -- Hainan, 13 Ky. mixed i v.t ry- - N.f Hn fl. L. ci r urt... r. VI r . rtvu4 -- 0, .1. .i Ci.u hav.T In i t U L Kjng and iliter, Mln "w w AlilCloVVtU . t Hacr.:taJ Seat, of ll-.- v. . l..L T Kc T Kn il C-- the Crutchfield lKf rmtf n( tut Wflt. Lent, together with the nm ip kia j 111 KLLUxUl protracted in lUb tnni " PI CI UUilMIt lbs repcrt circulated here Sunday r iv ran i ,irn nravcu id uc n t Jfn. jMt.e Dillon 1 -I.. li visiting Capt. Tl-- J reiJen'i iav (hat the river at . ..... nape is overnowin? tana the M.d Creek neighborhood that .. .i . -i aier i..;ucji Dciore. lie k iiT Dullness u cringing acre u.k. it me council acted they have jumped Clue frvlRP nan" onto thr clnvr. . oI WHITE WVANDOTTES The ;a i.l turpcie fowl. Eggi, $1 et3g cf IS Mn. L. D. 1 mm? i . . l!-42p faThccui, while In the jail last inj, tnrew a glan at a man on eaiiide and cut his face In a m tm sum auie x-i- ri, 4 i itveral monthi. "tsger ., .v. nurniH 4 t. Vll IU 111 Mayfield iu& oi a icvcc, i i mm, ; . csve their business to East on account of the high PitsecRfr tralm are ttori. . .. . r. f"t il... . ait dim uc local can, k you have business 8 2w company you must either sciecr pay hack hire. to M .1, -i y HtDee ., a l3 close down , v . wuiuuiuy at a lower r i u forty ,ix and half feet on . Kge, but thil vear h9 " Known before, they could run until the lie levee, built above inn bs- and a ,D that the water ,mgler here than fnrm.,1.. "UUJ Page . w r J .. "ris icci. n 4. ... """" Attending the revival? (ileco of 8x2x1 Inches. Bhapo a flat Ma'i New Husband" next week. tlsh knob on one end three Inches long. Work down tho rest so na to Fulton it now having a sieee of paaa throuRh n auger hole, of mumps. Shape a knob on tho other end bjr W. H. Baltxer Is on the sick list flattening tho sides. Tho latch Is made of n piece Cxlxtt Inches. The this week. catch la 8x2xH Inches. Horo a Rodney Kaker has gone to Mem hole for tho handle three Inches from tho edge o! tho door. phis where he has a position. Push the handle through tho hole and LOST Odd Fellow watch charm. Reward. Return to this office. Ma's New Husband" at the Lyric, Next Wednesday night. Mrs. Sam Luten and daughters, Misses Christine and Miriam, are visiting in Moscow. Cascade Flour. If you haven't j. tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Mn. Alice Amber? is exneeterl home Sunday or Monday from New Orleans where she has been visiting. Dr. I. H. Reed and family and C. E. Rice and family were over from Latch In Place. Fulton, Monday. They came In the doctor's new auto. I mark on It the thickness of the door; L. P. Ellison, of the firm of Elli then boro In tho handle a hole for tho latch. Now, explains son Bros., is In St. Louis this week making purchases for the Spring the Orange Judd Farmer, assemble the parts trade. Watch for their big announce which according to tho finished figure, shows the latch thrown bhek. A ment later. llttlo pog may be used to keep tho The Hickman Grocery Co. has latch from falling; down when the door removed the contents of its ware- Is open, house to higher and dryer ground, fearing the result of the coming FARM DRIVEWAYS EASILY MADE. high water. Have Good Roadbed from the Road to The Sprague largest boat on the the House. river was more than three hours While wo are busily talking about passing Hickman, Monday, on account of the swiftness of the current good roads, we must not forgot the which she had to overcome. She most neodful one Is that which runs from the gato to tho barns, and over carried about 40 empty barges. which wo travel many a mile during The Hickman Bank, one of the the year. At the time I moved to farm eight yeara ago, writes a financial Gibraltars of Kentucky, will put in some new fixtures in a Michigan farmer to Orange Judd Farmfew days that will make folks sit up er, the mud waa hub deep for tho men on and take notice. The fixtures are horses, and no better for the the footpaths. We moved here April will be 11, marble, beauties, too, and and the women folks did not get put in at soon as the weather will to the bams until after the middle of permit. The directors says there Is May. Aa soon as the crops were In, nothing too good for Hickman or those roads rocclvod my individual attention, until In a serviceable condl-UoHickman people. Tomorrow was the date set for a I did not draw In more dirt to soak vote on the stock law, but it has up, but began at the bottom by plowbeen postponed to an indefinite date. ing out and removing over a foot of It would seem that the council is un the soil. I then opened a gravel bank decided just what course to persue, and drew in enough to fill that taken and know that by any action they out. Next I made arrangements for make a part of the people will not be some cinders, and put them over the pleased. A large part of West gravel about a foot thick. This anHickman doesn't want a stock law, swered very well that season, tobut In deepthe fall before the mud began while almost the entirety of Old en, I covered the road again, and durHickman Hickman ing the winter all the coal aahes wcro does. East seems divided on the question, So spread whurevor there seemed to be a there you are. In cases of emer low spot. Ily following thla scheme gency, like the present over-floin for four yeara I succeeded In making a West Hickman, we believe it is right road that never haa any mud. if I for those of that section owning find a low spot, whore water stands stock to have the right to turn their after a rain, It Is taken care of at once. On house, three cattle out into any part of town, but yeara tho south sidea of the that has not ago, I built road we don't believe in letting stock run required any repairing aa yot beyond on the business streets year in and drawing three loads of gravel last year out. It is only a question of spring. For this rond I pursued a llttime until the city dads will have to tlo different method. It was old sod, make a permanent ruling of some so I plowed through It and turned tho sod upsldo down throo deep on either sort, and stick to it. aide of tho road, then drew out all the dirt beneath that was loose and easy to handle. Thla left me a trench about 18 one-Inc- h ono-lnco w claimed by aomo that It Is a dehatablo question as lo whether deep plowing or shallow plowing Is best The question haa but one aldo under scientific methods of farming-d- eep plowing la best nLnll times, nnd under all conditions, with but vory, vory few exceptions. It Is probably not best to plow very deep on some new landa and on land where shallow plowing has been practiced for years. Hut the plow should bo mado Jo go deeper each tlmo the soil Is turned. On thin land deep plowing will turn up poor soil. If too much poor soli Is brought to the surface at ono tlmo many young crops will not thrlvo In It. The richest soli 'should bo at tho surface, or near tho aurraco, where the shallow roots of young planta can extract nourishment from It Tho onrly, vigorous growth of young planta Is very essential for Inrgo crop yields. plowing deepens tho soil and Improves Its'chemlcal and physical nature This Is brought about In two ways, by bringing up poor aoll from below to tho ameliorating effects of the atmosphero and frosts, and covering refuse plant substances deon down to decay for humus. In light, sandy or gravely soils tho bringing up of deep toll to the surface Is of less value than the lowering of tho humus. Heavy soils where much humus forming mat-to- r can annually be turned under are more benefited than light -- oils by deep plowing. Deep plowing In the fall and wlntor, leaving the furrows loose and open, allows the frosts to pentrate deeply and loosen up tho subsoil, Improving lis physical nature and liberating plant foods. The deepening of the surface soil by deep plowing and tho lowering of the humus stratum not only Increases the root feeding area of the plants, saya the Journal of Agriculture, but makes the soli more retentive of moisture and of moro even temperature. In tho seml-arlwest where "dry farming" Is practiced very deep plowing Is essential for catching and holding sufficient water for maturing crops. The same principle holds for humid regions In dry weather, and no barm results In wet weather. QROWINQ CORN. How to Handle -- Different Soli. It Is actually J. s, C. Naijlor Co. They are our agents and they will give you the same prices as at Union City. For anything in the jewelry line, make your wants known to them. We have three expert watch-makerthree engravers and two opticians employed all the time. All work guaranteed. BRANSFORD & ANDREWS DKI'KNIMW.K JKWKLE118 AND OPTICIANS WATCH tnsriCCTOKH M, O. It. II. L. D. Phone 89. Union City, Tenn. Ask $15,000 Fee. Moore and Hudgins and Judge Swiggart, of the Union City bar, have filed claims of $5,000 each for legal assistance rendered Attorney-GenerCaldwell in the trials of the Reelfoot Lake night riders. Under the law the governor, attorney-generof the state and secretary constitute a board to pass upon the validity of such claims, but so far the board has not acted. It is presumed, however, the money will be paid. This Is an extremely modest fee. al al Easter Fowers. Roses S2.00 to S3. 00 $4 00 to $12.00 Amer. Beauties Carnations $1.00 to $1.50 S3.00 to $4.00 Easter Lilies $1,50 per 100 Violet Your Easter Order will be greatly appreciated Miss Frankye Reid. Two weeks ago the Courier told water was its readers that a to be expected at Cairo before the present rise was over. This is now predicted as a certainty by the Heavy forecasters. government rains generally in the upper territory is responsible. Again we say this this much water will undoubledly test the levees, and all parties interested should exercise every precaution by looking after them. 48-fo- Kinds of corn Is best to break the ground for In the fall on black land, but not on clay, for clay aoll "runs together," forms a crust and gets hard. I have both kinds. I llko to break prairie land In tho fall, clay or Umber land in the It spring and never break them when they are wet or they will bako after they are broken. It weeds have started, pulverize with a pulverizer which has knives to cut and move tho dirt and a board to level IL Harrow with the harrow teeth set slanting to finish the Job for tbe planter. On now land plant corn 3H feat apart with stocks not closer than ten Inches In the row. Do your bost cultivation the first time with a small shoveled culUvator. Continue culUvat-Uothrough the growing atason, and use the surface culUvator for the last cuIUvaUon. I prefer to check my corn, writes J. IL Michael, aa It can be tended better when planted that way, but I have seen more grown to the acre when It was drilled. If checked don't put over three grains In a hill. Do not plant large corn after May 30, but I have raised Boone County White planted June 1. It Is better to have throo kinds of toed corn for planting Learning, Doone County and Heed'a Dent, Tho last was beat this season. Be careful and plant good seed. There are five prime factors in rais ing corn the season, the soil, the preparation of Uio soil, cultivation and seed. A PATH Sled Which Will n Lee McCain, of Mayfield, was arrested in Fulton, Friday, on a warrant sworn out by E. C. Reeds, charging McCain with stealing a set of harness last September. In default of a $500 bond, he was placed in jail. Mrs. Van Fuller has returned from Lewisport, Ky., where she went to bring back her little daughter, who has been visiting there all winter. Miss Jessie Henry is in St. Louis, where she will spend several weeks at Keister's Dress Making College. Mrs. Frank Moore and little daughter, Dorothy, are visiting her former home at Villa Ridge, 111. BREAKER. Arthur Shaw and wife, of State Line, spent Sunday here with J. R. Brown and family. Claude Jones is spending a few days at home in Halls, Tenn., while the water is up. J. C. Hampton has returned to Hickman after several months absence. Kent Rainey, of Union City, is here this week on business. - Levee Badly Needed. "Ill is the wind that blows no good." The flooded condition of West Hickman, paralyzing a large per cent of the industrial interests of the city, again iorces every thinking man to the conclusion that this part of town should be protected by a levee. It is not a question of "can we" but "WILL WE?" Every business man in Hickman should talk and push for this one thing until it is accomplished. This West Hickman Venice Is a mighty expensive luxury. What we need is to wake up and support our commercial and industrial interests, by giving them every advantage that will keep the wheels turning and dollars moving. The prosperity of all lines of busi ness here represented feel the effects of the tie-u- p of our factories. I you are afraid this argument won't hold water, compare your cash business of the past week with a week under normal conditions. How loDg would it lake you at that rate to make up the $100 or more that you should contribute to this cause? Not only this, but West Hickman should be protected in order to encourage the building of homes. We need the room, but the overflow once or twice a year puts a damper on the citizen's desire to invest; and for this. he shows good sense. It may be said that this proposition was worked up once before and fell down. And that is doubtless true; but Hickman is capable of greater things today than she was then. The very part of the city in question has been continually on the despite the many hindrances, and today finds her worth thousands of dollars more than she was at that time. We are now able to levee West Hickman. We ought to do it. The Mengel Box Co., Richmond & Bond Co., the Railroad Co. and other interests will come up with their part the large part and if the citizens and property owners won't bring up the rear, then we ought to suffer the consequences. Will you contribute? And how much? We shall try to give you an opportunity to answer both questions. Patrack Quinn left Tuesday night for Chicago. He has been installing the sprinkler system in the new addition to the Mengel Plants. Mrs. R. B. Brevard is on the sick list this week. Pack the Snow and Make It Easy to Walk Over. Tho Illustration shows how to make a sled for breaking snowdrifts In the road. Two heavy runners aro fitted with bottom boards at the front end InchoB or two foot to fill, which I did Your pi7ysi(;iai 2liyou and e Sue yU Purcha8C U'nce enalj,e thnt il is worth whi,e dru88- tb- - surc Our equipment yu are preS I1'0" w"'c Tou can absolutely rely. A 10 us to off"" you a drug store hcre means results and safety, .i r i i t poindin n ur prices arepenect metnoas oi comPurrW8' as low as any careful would desire. nurrsi UP " ptJl Take Your Next Prescription To The 1 1.' A II tl 1 !- ii n from my gravel bank, and no cinders worn put on this road, as I could not get them. Thla rondway la nbout nine Path Breaker. Inches above tho lawn on cither side, and uevcr guts muddy. About tho and a seat about midway. Thero la no hoiue are cement platforms and walks, bottom to tho sled below tho seat, says wbllo tho roadway on either side Is to the Farm and Home. Thla Is drawn hard It can bo swept at any time. I over the snow and packs it down, giv And It pays when you are at It to mnko ing a without piling It up a good road, and takea no longer. I at the firm track Bides. And u gravel bank nbout tho best bank I can patronize, when It comes to road Keep at It. making. Too many farmers, In fact almost every one of them, atop dragging tho FARM NOTES. rouds a8 soon as tho weather grows It's hard when an Illusion changes cold and tbe ground begins to freezo. Some becomo careless about tho matto a delusion. Tho string which ties a man to bis ter, but tho greater majority, perhaps, good, These are Job may becomo the chain that holds thluk it does no wrong Ideas, although there Is but one him to slnvery. beno-UclA bird In the hand Is worth two In time during the day when It Is to drag tho roads In wlntor, and bush, especially If the two ace the that Is usually In the afternoon. Just scrubs and the one la a at the time the clods and little bumps business hen. To destroy hen lice, sprinkle Insect of earth, which thaw duilng the warm powder, any of the varletloa used to er part of tho day, begin to freeze destroy Bquash bugs will do, In the asulu. It la at this period that the yet uot sloppy, and duiit bathu. enough to slightly tint the dirt la brittle, and the color of the powder, and let u light dragging each day it thaws tuf. dust ;cntly will work woudora, If kept up the hens scratch In this and so dust ull winter. sel ves, tliu in bred-to-la- COMEDY QUARTETTE MA'SW HUSBAND WFflrfcJFffcA LYRIC THEATRE TV LVI Wl- - V EVENING MARCH 17 jFL "j cyTL TArtarr 0 AUTHOR ww mw CT w eapynif.HT.mnT nnn.vii'BgJLL r r' ' Co "Miss Smith" Her Voice Sank Portentously "Wat a Trained .Nure." In SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col, Rupert Winter. U. 0. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother ot the dead student. Three rears later. In Chicago. In 1906. Col. Winter over heard Cary Mercer apparently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel s ward, and to gain possession ot Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Mies Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Mllllccnt Melville, who told him that his Aunt Itebecca, Archie and the lattcr's nurse. Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the nest with the colonel and Mrs. but he has put that Mrs. Melville. the car," said "Certainly," said tho colonel ab sently; ho was thinking: Mrs. Win tcr. the boy. Miss Smith how rldlcu- lousiy compieio! Decidedly thing will bear watching. some CHAPTER II. Aunt Rebecca. No sooner was Mrs. Melvillo ushered into her section than tho colonel went through the train. He was not so suspicious as he told himself he might havo been, with such n dovetailing of Melville. circumstances Into his accidentally CHAPTER I. Continued. information; ho couldn't "We've been worried a good deal," captured villainy on that college lad's pursued Mrs. Melville, "about the way yet read Aunt Itebecca has acted. She wouldn't frank face. But no reason, therefore, stay in Falrport, where we could havo to neglect precautions. "Hope tho some Influence over her. She was al- best of men and prepare for tho ways going south or going to the sea- wprst," was the old campaigner's shore 'or going somewhere. Sometimes motto. A walk through tho cars showed I suspect MUs Smith mado her, to him no signs of the two men. It was keep her away from us, you know." "Well, as long as I have known a tolerably complete Inspection, too. or Aunt Rebecca anyhow, ever since There was only ono drawing-rooUndo Archibald died she has been stateroom of which ho did not manace to get a glimpse the 'closed room be restless and flying about." "Not as sho Is now. And then she ing the property of a very gTcat financial magnate, whoso private car was only had her maid". "Oh, yes, Randall; she's faithful as waiting for him In Denver. Ills door they mako 'cm. What does she say was fast, and tho click of the. type writer announced tho tireless Industry about Miss Smith?" "Bertie, she's won over Randall. of our rulers. But if he did not find the coltego Randall swears by her. Oh, she's's boy or the man with the moles he did deep!" get a surprise for his walk; namely. "Seems to be. Dut excuse mo what's your game, MilllcentT How do the sight ot tho family of Haley, and you mean to protect our aged kins- Haley himself beside their trig, bat woman and. Incidentally, of courso, tered luggage, in a section of tho car next his own. Ms. Haley turned a the Winter fortune?" while Haley essayed a "I shall watch, Bertie; I shall bo on guilty red, my guard every waking hour. That stolid demeanor. "What does this mean?" demanded deluded old woman Is In more danger, the colonel. Jierliaps, than you dream." "Haley felt he would have to go "As how?" "'Miss Smith" her voice sank por- with you, colonel," replied Mrs. Haley, who had tljnld, wide, bluo eyes and tentously "was a trained nurse." "What harm docs that do unless the volco of a bird, but a courage unyou think sho would know too much der her panic, as birds have, too, about poisons?" The colonel laughed. when their nests are in peril. "We've "It's no laughing matter, Ilertle, Re- rlnted the house to a good man with children, and Haley can get becca Is so rich and this other wom- grown-uan Is so poor, and, in my estimation, a Job If you won't want him." "Yls, sor," mumbled Haley. Ho was ao ambitious. I mako no Insinuations, standing at attention, as was his wife, I only say sho needs watching." "You may bo right about that," said tho toddling Nora being held In tho the colonel thoughtfully. "There 1b posturo ot respect on tho plush seat. "And 1 supposo you took tho furniHaley and tfio boy for your bags!" Tho boy picked up tho big dress-sui- t ture money to buy tickets?" "Yls, sor." caco case, the smaller dress-sui- t "And you're bound to go with rae?" and the hat caso, ho grabbed the "Yls, sor," said Haley. bundle of cloaks, tho caso of umbrel"You ought ta bo ashamed of yourbag. Dubiouslas, and the lizard-skily ho eyed the colonel's luggage, as he self, sergeant," said the colonel; but ho was glad at the heart ot him for tried to disengage a finger. "Nlvor molnd, young fcllor," called this mutinous loyalty, "Yes. sor,' said Haloy. Haloy, peremptorily whisking away "Well, silica you aro here, I cngago tho nearest piece, "I'll help you a bit you understand." with yours, Instead; you've a load, you from "Yls, sor," said Haley. Mrs, Haley euro!" Mrs. Melville explained In an under- whimpered a blessing; but tbo only I chango In tho soldier was that his militone: "I tako oil tho possibly earn UiJt overwelgh charge tary stojldlty bgcnino natural and real ' instead of forced. jiro. wicked!" "Sit down on this seat ovor here with "Haley, they won't let you inside without a ticket," objected thb colonel. mo and .I'll tell you what I want. Hut Haley, unheeding, strodo oa ahead You fraud, letting mo say good by to yon f tho staggering youth.' "I, dldn'l want to taketho liberty, "I have an English5 Jjathtub, locked, .cf joiiroo. and' vackedwlfh thltigsjl or, but you made mo shake hands: 1 n band-liiggag- was afraid you'd catch on, sor 'TIs grow older nt my ago! Bit down. I'm a weight off mo molnd, sor." extremely glnd to see you; I'yu a heap "I daro say. You always have your to talk to you about. Do you mind If way with me, you old mnlo. Now lis- I run this game through first?" ten; I want you to bo on tho watch The colonel didn't mind. He raised for two men" thereupon tho colonel tho proffered hand to his lips; such described his men, laying special hemago seemed quite tho most natural stress on tho moles on tho fnco ot one, set In tho world wllh Mrs. Wlntor nnd tho other's dimple. And ho unobtrusively edged his own Having set Haley his tasks, ho went lean and wiry person Into the vacant back to his car In better spirits. sent opposite hor. , By this time tho train was moving. 'ilow far nro you going?" said she. Ho had seen his kinswoman and her after n fow mores of tho cards. "My ticket says I.os Angeles; party enter; nnd ho found tho object but of Mrs. Mclvlllo's darksome warnings It had to say something, so I chose sitting with a slender lad In tho main I.01 Angeles for luck; I'm an Irrebody ot tho car. Aunt Rebecca was in sponsible tramp now, you know; and I tho drawing-room- , her maid with her. may drop off almost anywhere. You Mrs. Melville, who had already re- are for southern California, aren't vealed her presence, sat across tho you'" 'Kventually; but we shall stop nt aisle. Sho presented tho colonel at Ran Francisco for two or three once Miss Smith did not look formidable; weeks." ' Do you sho looked "nlco" thought tho colonel. mind If I stop oft with you? Sho was ot medium height; sho was I want to get acquainted with my obviously plump, although woll pro- ward," said the colonel. portioned; her presenco had an effect "That's a good Idea, Bertie." "He seems rather out of sorts; you of radiant cleanliness, her eyes wore so luminous nnd her tcclh so flno nnd aren't worried about well, tubercu her white shirt waist so Immaculate. losls or that sort of thing?" "I am worried about Just that sort There was about her a certain soft Illumination of cheerfulness, and at the of thing; although the doctor says same time a restful repose; she moved nothing organic at all is tho matter In a leisurely fashion and she sat per- with him: but ho Is too melancholy fectly still. "I never saw any ono who for a boy; ho needs rousing. losing looked less of an adventuress," Win- his father nnd mother In one year, you ter was thinking, as he bowed. Then know, and ho was devoted to them. I swiftly his glance went to tho lad. a can't qulto make him out, Bertie; he pale young fellow with hazel eyes and hasn't tho Winter temperament. I supposo ho has a legal right to his a long, slim hand which felt cold. The boy mado a Httlo Inarticulate mother's nature; but It Is very nnnoy sound In his throat and blushed when ing It makes him so much harder Col. Winter addressed him. But ho to understand not that she wnsn't n looked the brighter for the blush. It good woman who mado Tom happy was not n plain face; rather an In- but sho wasn't a Winter However. teresting one In splto ot Its llstlcsincss Janet has brightened him up consider 'vo seen Janet Miss Smith" and Its clckly pallor; Its oval was purely cut. tne dclicato mouth was What do you think of her?" Winter said honestly that she was closed firmly onough, and tho hazel eyes with their long lashes would bo very and that sho looked right cnpablc; ho fell Into tho Idiom beautiful were Uiey not so veiled. "He has tho Winter mouth, at least," of bis youth sometimes when with a noted tho colonel. Ho felt a throb at southerner. "She Is," said Aunt Robecca. bis heart. Had his own boy lived, the "Whero did you find her?" asked baby that died when It was born, he would be only a year older than Archie. tho colonel carelessly. Inspecting tho At least, this boy was of his own blood, cards. Aunt Rebecca smiled. "I thought Without father or mother, but not alone In the world; and. If any danger Mllllccnt would havo given you all menaced, not without defondcrs. Tho tho particulars. Sho was nurse, secredepression which had enveloped him tary, companion and diet cook to lifted as mist before tho sun, burned Cousin Angela Nelson: when sho died away by tho, mere thought, of,, pos'lblo t got her. I.ucky for me." "So I should Judge." commented tho difficulties.' 'iWc will sea If' any one swindles you out of your share," said colonel politely. Rupert Winter, compressing the Win"I presume Mllllccnt has told you ter mouth ruoro firmly, "or If those that she Is nn adventuress and after my money and a heap nioro stuff. If gentlemanly kidnapers mean you." His ebbing suspicion of tbo boy's she hasn't sho will. Get a notion companion revived; he would be on his once In Mllllccnt's head and a surgical operation Is necessary to dislodge It! guard, all right. "Aunt Rebecca wants to see you," Janet Is tho only mortal person who Mrs. Melvillo suggested. "Sho Is in could live with poor Cousin Angela, tho drawing-roowith her solitaire." who had enough real diseases to kill her und enough Imaginary ones to "Still playing Pcnolopo's Web?" nbly-younlco-lookin. z IV She Answered After a Pause; "There federal Was Gen. Philemon Army." Mercer Co "Oh, she always comes back to It. But she plays bridge, too; Rupert, I hear your gamo Is n wonder. Archie's been learning, so he could play with you." 'Good for Archie!" he shot a glanco and a smllo at tho lad's reddening face "wo'll have a game." 'Lord, I wish ho didn't look'qulto so ladylike," he was grumbling within, as ho dutifully mado his way to his aunt s presence. Tho electric lights flooded the flimsy railway table on which wero spread rows ot small-sizecards. An elderly lady of quality was' musing over tho pasteboard rows. A lady of quality that was distinctly tho phrase to catch ones fancy at tho first gllmpso of Mrs. Winter. Not an aged lady, either, for even nt 80, that elo. gantly molded, slim figure, that abun-uanco ot silvery nair parted In tho middle and growing thickly on each side In nature's own fashion, which art can not counterfeit, as well as softly puffed and massed above that ex. qulsltely colored and textured skin, strangely smooth for her years, with tiny wrinkles of humor, to bo sure, about tho eyes, but with checks and skin unmarrcd; that fine, firmly carved oyebrows profile, thoso black and lashes and still brilliant dark eyes; most ot all that erect, alert, dainty carrlago, gave no Impression ot ago; but they nil', 'and their accessories of toilet and manner, and a Httlo prim touch of &n older, morn reticent day In both dress and bearing, recalled tho last century phrase. A soft gray bunch ot chinchilla fur lay whero sho had slipped it on her soft gray skirts; one hand rested In tho fur her left hand and on the third finger were tho only rings which she woro, a band of gold, worn by GO years, and a wonderful ruby, wherein (at least such was Rupert's phantasy) a writhing flamo was held captivo by Its guard of diamond icicles. Tho sanio rings admired by her nephow over slnco ho was a cadet Just the samo smiling, inscrutable, hlghbrod. unchanging old damo! 'Good evening. Aunt Rebecca; not a day older!" said tho colonel. "Good ovonlng, Ilertle, returned Iho lady, extending a hand over tho curds: r'uxeue niy not rising to greet vou: '.ImlBbt, Jogglp tho cards. Of course, 'I'm not u dar older: I don't dare to good gamo?" "Very fair for n boy of It; he was fond of whist until his troubles came." said Mrs. Winter, with a faint clouding of her keen gaze. "Since then ho hain't takon much Interest In anything. Junet has brightened, him up more than anyone; and when ho heard you wero coming that did rouse him. You am one of his heroes. Ho's that sort of n boy," sho dded. with a kltl anybody who lived with hor! tinge of Impatience In her soft southJanet mado her comfortable, would ern volco. As If to divert her thoughts, not stand everything on earth from she began daftly 'moving tho cards her though sho did stand a heap before her. Her hands showed tbo nnd really cared for hor. When she bluo veins nioro prominently thnn thoy died Cousin Angela left her somo show In young hands. This waa their money; not very much, but a fow thou- only surrender to time, they wero sands. Sho would havo loft her more, shapely and white, and the ullin finbut Janet wouldn't let her. Sho loft gers wero as straight as when tho somo to somo old servants, who sure- beaux of Fairfax county would havo ly deserved It for living with her. some ridden all duy for a chanco to kl to charities nnd the rest to her sis- them. ters, who hadn't put a foot Insldo the The colonel watched the great ruby house, for 15 years, but naturally re- wink and glow. Tho ruby was a part sented her not giving them every- of his memories of his aunt; she had thing. I reckon they filled Mllllccnt always worn It. Ho rcmombercd It, up with their notions." She pushed when sho used to como and visit him tho outspread cards together. at tho hold nt West Point, dazzling "You had several moves left," said Impartially ameers, professors, cadets and hotel waiters. Was that almost the colonel. "Four. But thon, I was finished. 10 years ago? Well, 31 nnyhow! Sho Bertie, you play bridge, of courso; and had been very good, very generous to I used to hear of your whist triumphs; all the young Winters, then. Indeed, how did you happen to tako to whist?" although sho never qulto forgave hint "To flit up the time, I reckon. I be- for not marrying tho wlfo of her sc gan It years ago. Now a soldier') llfo lectlng, she had always been kind and Is a great deal mora varied, hecauso a generous to Rupert; yet, somehow, roan will bo shitted around and get a while ho had admired and found slfow of tho different kinds of service. humorous Joy in his Aunt Rebecca, ho And thero aro tho exams., und tho wondorcd If ho had ever loved her. Philippines oh, plenty of diversions. Sho waa both beautiful and brilliant But In tho old days a man In the lino when sho was young, a southern belle, was billed for mi awfully stupid time. a northern socloty leader; her llfo was of conquests; her footsteps, I didn't caro to tako to drink; and I full couldn't rend as you do It j'd had which had wandered over tho world, books, which I hadn't, so I took to had left a phosphorescent wako of adplaying cards. I played skat and miration. She had always been u perpoker and whist, and of late years I've sonage. She was a power In Washington after tho war; they had found her played bridge. Mllllccnt plays?" "Mllllccnt Is n celebrated player. uniquely delightful In royal courts long before Americans were tho playSho was a great dupllcato-whls- t er, you know. To seo Mllllcenl In her fashion; sho had been of Importance glory, ono should play duplicate with In New York, and they had loved her her. I'm only a chump player; ray epigrams In Boston; now, In hor old age, she held n veritable Httlo court of solo object Is to win tricks." her own In tho provincial western city "What clso Bhould It bo?" Aunt Rebecca smiled upon him. "To which had been her husband's home. glvo Information to your partner. Tho Ho wont to congress from Kulrjidrt; main object of tho celebrated American- ho had mado n fortuuo thero, nnd Bystem Is signaling Informa- whon ho died, many years ago, In -leads tion to your partner. Incidentally, ono I'gypt, back to his western home, with tells tho adversaries, na well us one's dogged determination and lavish expartner, which, howovr, doesn't penditures of both money nnd wit, his count really as much us you might widow had brought him to rest. Tho think; for most people don't notlco roost Intense nnd solemn experience what, their partners pluy-vermuch, ot a woman she had missed, for no and ijon't nptlco what their, adver- children had coins to thcin, but hor saries play at all. Mllllccnt Is al- husband had been her lover so lonit ways bo busy Indicating things to her as he lived, and uho had loved him. partner and watching for his. slgnalu HIiq had known great men; sho had and his Indications that you can run a lived through wonderful events; and cross ruff la, on (hor without her bus- - ottiu her hand had been, oa Uioso peeling. Sho asked mo once It ah didn't play an intelligent game, nnd I told her sho did: n babe In arms could understand It. She didn't teem qulto pleased." "How nbout Archie? Can ho play a She had been In tragedies, I' sa ! U vlolabto coolness ot head, pc heart, had shielded her from r t ci them. Tho husband of her rzv'b tie nearest of her blood, the trWzh d her middle llfo all had yne Ir'atie dark; yet hero she sat, w"h tfi smooth skin and her ' ! ; a eyes and her fragrant hanis isJj smiling over her solitaire Tfc? cJ rrt onrl wondered If ho could t: cllo himself with such rh!,ts.-;vhis own narrowed and ec'.cl L'r she was older than he yet lbs e:.!i still find a zest In existence A3 tk great passions gono, all the t's eats; and still her deter c .1 u working, happy, possibly, la 1"J cit 5 at- exercise, disdaining the who had had ovory succrsi Wa1 ' vitality! Ho looked at he r"--- 3 Her complexity bcwlhle 4 t'a, not being of a complex us'- -' e I As ho looked, suddenly he 1 :1 a self questioning why h r Iter i revival of youthrnl smoo'tst:! tint, recalled somo other fir" tck'-Jt v:1 ft... an absolutely different ci.r:s boring tho same dcllraar:.. the samo oval contour 't? brows who? who'qucrkJt'.'c- :d '' u Then ho nodded. Of tho man with tho moles, tto t f Ho looked enough like M J W bo her kinsman. At one" t i - ' "J guess to tho test "Aunt he. "havo you any kin trj 1 ctt T 'f H i 1 '"-- c tii '' k-i :'-- Ida. "I reckon not. 1 m an aw' less old party." said she wna a Wlntor, born as c.l u cir rl1 sml an vnu and Mel arl A: aro double kin to me I : m,1-- " s child, so I haven't air 'hl-t' " than third or fourth ecu Virginia and Boston e::! "Havo you. by chanco near or far, namod Mercer' Resting hor fingertips on c" Annt Rcbfcca seemed ta let c" search amid Virginian anJ ' setts genealogical tables talnly," sho answered a " 8 - , "thoro was Gen. Pbllnr.'T M" confederate army, you knew ani son, Sam Nelson, Phil cousin and Sam Nelson rJ!.V,:, nnd Sam Nelson's sons J I'M third, wouldn't they " aro both dead, and daughter, Is dead, and loor r grandson, you know l .hne him.rtir while at lizard hla brother Cory la 1TC. a- -r -', f- t'i ' ' It fc (TO UK CONTIMI0' Sells 8tatue to Frane. rf ';! t Mmo. MauclU. Tlnayr tf4 "l.a Rubollo" nnd U -' J'echc," la among tho ii- cf " chovallors of tho Legion -Mmo. (labrlollo Uuim "' ' r,',.t - ;:o, "Tr Ibc, t stntuo eutltlcd bought hy tho ITcucft t haa been and will bo put In tho I 'J. present tho works of or,ir 80 sculptors are ronrwau miuuui. E "HE MAnnYlNO SQUIRE." Broken All of hn ,,., CrB.E.LH ..f.V i "rax... i us the "Marrying from the Squire." fact Hint ho him married woro couplp than nny other Indiana. Juda.0 Jjiw wrote a letter Vnown jar mm wmu in, rf ace' I; n r.,k wc' !Sf. w I I enabled him to sloop more nt for work. ,hfl r a" it ttUo floured "P Law January 6. 1909. Judge On Ma Prc.loua le.tlmony. "1 - .mn.cn.lcd this remedy to 1 flr,t u,c1 " " Uf3o In 100J, recommend-i- n Kidney1 n rvmn'i . i - ..i.i tin, I tnailn a bail a" 'lnc0 t0 cenli abox. '"c '"? r.'l dealer rcVtcrMiitrn Co, Iluffalo, N. Y. noUOH STUFFINO. U3 7 H was bad cnouRh to bo Bluffed f3 r v rrtnie but to bo - rr t tco U'J it ' r taildermlit la really tear" WEEPINQ ECZEMA. HAD AWFUL race and Neck Were Raw Terrible tti nfl, Inflammation and 8ortrtets Jam Treatment Failed. Proved a Great Success. Cutleura lc:csa bcrjan orer tho top of my ir" I' ca ked and then befian to I tad threo dlfforont doctor i2 j i ,:i f viral thlnR. but they did -- one ldo of tny wcio raw. Tho tut of It no that I had to " ' r.t.' i'od cotlon, and II wbji o I i wi ro that I had to put 'h t iter my idllo w lo keep - f i H. and It wwiU taln Tho co h a f rt of yellow. f , 'hat It Kiwmcd na though 1 r v face all to piece, f 1' 'o use the Cutlewra Soap and It waa.not. ruoro ir: t r c r nth befwo It waa all i' Mi-- s Ann I'wiracns. North- t I. ' t iJcr 19. 1907." f. x In a Cbrsa. Oorp, M ITopv Uoaua, tt f- - r t At Ial rrlr-rnec- k 1 , r -- .n 5 They Meant A of blunder iK Incident Ir. C t- In tl -c -jr - ciused by tKo frleht ono ar i lay recently revived, cf t'D r'nor tltaracter. a dairy maid, c. 3 ' aa'd at tho end of ft recital aa cf a E.te romance, and comment -a- f 3 Dutlnett. s'aae manager wa tell- - i! tr at cne of the performancea the f'aTfd the dairy maid waa ab. mo- At lbi i, notice kw " 'he rranaser navo tho line to a ho had nevct had lines t c rak txfirc. and who waa c en vr'r ncrvou when her cuo camo. tat tho aitonlihed audience r ' wha 'V kc r re filled their youtha and love, thoy pUrbtod their lat c-- Tit : " and filled their trough : t' ;' i 'heir love; thoy whetted their tc;: Down the Old Road. Tfca t g autumn moon rolled ' fhc fmtr pines. Y j I fcc to co out drlvlncT" iili a! a Ionic sllonco. V up he tt V-'- 'i n z ' v.o answered, ncstllns clos-- ti "' cr sometimes I llko to no a r unc man who know how to 'b.rs'" alway Ilka to tran who knows how y.i ro with a to handle 'h'if It that tho old horse Jogged NEW IDEA Helped Wis. Couple. pay to atlok too closely to lr- - :"3of thine. Now Ideas oftei I't ) better health, -l uecca and haii A Wi- i- in't i stepped up auvoral round onthoh'il'U ladder. Tho husbam l - ar couplo examlne'd nn ldoa new ' '":tcral yrara ago wo sufforcd from 1 d'inkitiB, wcro aleaplesa, J' TJas, t !!,., weak and Irritable T J0 and I both loved coffee and i it was a bracor." (deluslo -- Every Sunday some one threw a button Into tho contribution box ot the H'tle church. Tho annoyed pnator confided to hla vlfe that he suspected tho button thrower to be stingy old A WATER 8Y8TEM. Deacon 0., who hnd so strongly opposed bis "call" to the pastorate, but How a Nebraska Farmer 8olved a that ho dnro not accuse him ot It for Problem to Hit Satisfaction. lack of evidence. At a church "sociable" that week I have read with n Rood deal of In tome one suggested tho playing ot terest nf tlio different systems for supgames, Deacon O. had Just partnken plying; country house with water. I of oyster Roup nt some ono clue's extried tho elovnted tank, but did not pense and felt warmed and expansive. llko It and took It down. Then I built 'Why not play 'Ilutton, button ono from tho ground, writes a corrowho's got the button? he Inquired of pondent of tho Prnlrlo Farmer. I tint waiting children. Isaac Brock, 120 Year of Age. "Oh, yea!" exclaimed hi youngest Mr. Tnaao Hroelr. o f McLennan county, daughter with enthusiasm. "And you Tex,, la nn ardent friend to I'eruna and lend un the button, papa!" Then she penka of It In the following- - terms: "Unless you drew back, timorously. nr. jiarimnn a rcmcuy, nvn found to bo tho Witt, if not tho only want to savo It for next Sunday' conreliable remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, tribution," she added, considerately. CATAKUII and diarrhea. "I'eruna hat been my ttnnd-h- y tor 8orry Ha 8poke. many jean, and I attribute my good "My dear," said a thin little man to health ami my extreme nee to thla his wife, "this paper says that thero Is remedy. It exactly meett all my re a woman who goca out and chops qulrements. como to rclr tinon It nlmost wood with her husband." "I linto Well, what of It? I think she could entirely for tho many little thlnga for which 1 nerd medicine. I bellovo lt to easily do It It ho Is as thin na you are. bo especially valuablo to old ieople." I havo often thought of using you to Handling Water on the Farm. laaao urocic. peel potatoes with." Stray Stories. due a trrticli from tho well and laid In lip to the Editor. Important to Mothore. It n plpo. fYom that pipe Tho country editor kept nagging at Kxnmlno carefully every botuo of I extended a plio up thrutish tho Iwthla new apprentice and finding fault CA8TOIUA a sate and eure remedy for tnm of tho tnnk with n burr on each with his work until tho criticism Infanta and children, and see that It side ot tho bottom. wearisome. I then duR a circular trench lx Finally the' worm turned. Signature Inchev larger than the tank and laid n "D'ye expect to get a second Hor'ce rock foundation IiIrIi enough so that Oreoloy fer fivo plunkcra a week?" he In Use For Over SIO Years. Tbo Kind You Havo Always Bought the bottom of tho tank will bo higher demanded sarcastically. "If youi do than the lowest outlet, so tho tank you nro barking up tho wrong sapling. The Only Way. can be drnlnod. Then I erected n tnnk I can't act typo or sung Ink with lien "Did the widow who was after Jinx 1C fuel high, ot Oregon fir. tho bot or llor'co Orccley, not on marry him?" Franklin torn tieliic three Inchon thick and tho my present recompense, but you make "No, ho escaped her." aide of Inch plank. I put on 14 hoop tho salary sir slinoleun, cash down "What did ho die ofT" with ono abovo and ono below the bet every Saturday night, and I'll pitch In torn. and act tho Journalistic plnwhccls a- Depew'a After Dinner Pills cures nil Only ono plpo Is necoeanry to go buztlng In l'unklnvlllo nnd vicinity, liver Ills. C days' treatment tor 10 cents. Into tho tank, and thnt should be In even If I havo to stay up seven nights Mailed to nny address. H. K. Walker tho center ot the bottom. You want a week to do It Drug Co.. Corinth, Miss. ono on each ftldo of the two (hut-off- , "There' my offer, blast yer stingy lank, or one In the woll and the other hldo! And now If you don't get out a An Insinuation. on the further aide ot the tnnk. This half way decent Journal hereafter. It 1 "He's as honest as the day Is long." I required In onso the pump need to tho fault ot your own mcannesa!" "Especially in tho winter time." ho mended, or If you wish to shut the OM.Y ONK "ItltOMO QPIN1NK." .Eye. water out of the house The Humm l I.AXAT1VH I for V. lilldVi;. Lo4 llu. Icnatore ot i .rvoln.i.U constructed Instru - Tbit lo Curs ColdK.InIII1U1IU yin.MNK. tho World I have had thla In constant use for Cma lay. ttc. oicr In thb extreme.' rethree yeara and havo always had ment. delicate plenty nf water for stock, house and apondlng to the iiignicai iobucuw. lt never did yet hurt to lay down bathroom. The tnnk la roofed over to the cya Kveryday oye troubles are likelihoods and forms of hope. Shakeshut out the dust, etc. apeedlly cured by applying externally speare. In the fall I put a circle of chicken Dr. Mlicneirs pure, uraum. uu", ,, Sirs. Wlnslow's Soothlne Ryrnp. vuu ui wlro around tho bottom of tho tank Kye Salve. ;i ceuia. ror children iMtblnr. softrsi lbs iruna, rcdnm t &uammUaa,alUjsplatCureswlndcollu. 2ScsbotU. and fill In tho spare with atraw about In a Safe Place. three feet high. In case of extremely Life docs not make us, wo make n hiiTo n. mnn in this nrlson who cold wciilher, and have never had any never tried to escape," declared the .Ife. Kavanagh. troublo with freoxlnc. . I think thl Is the most satisfactory tcau Kecpi-i"Whafa ho In fori mquirea ine system t ever saw. There Is nothing to break or watch, when tho wind vl.llnr nigamy." replied tho head keeper mill haa pumped tho tank full mid It Ilohcmtan. Is running over. It makes noise enough to nttraut attention. A Dllllonalre'a Motto. My tnnk la seven feet threo Inches "Forgive and forget Is my motto," I 1C feet high. The aald Mr. Dustln Stax. In diameter and It you rafftr from Fits, rsUiscSktnsii,8psimsor pressure In the bathroom la 3 strong Hut you don't forglvo your busi fekf chiMrsa, or frltads ttst do , my Stw vi!l rslUro tbn, and tdl yon aro ailed to a anyone could dcilro. ness rivals." do U toMOd for syrto nnit.o Dr. Mny'n :pllrptlclde Cnrr. "No. We expect tho public to do It hi evrod tno.nUl vl.it tTtrytblnc ARSENIC FOR PRESERVING: POSTS tho forgiving and we'll do tho rsllod. S.DI no viihdlmtlon Eirr.i. Ugrfllod tj Mfty Vodlel i.lritor7. nndcr tb y httloailrnMsad PnsAet, JonoSOth. lOd. X1t4M rlvtAQB sod full addrtsa 'o, 1S771. After Six Years In the Ground the 1IU W. II. SI AY, Kisses and Matrimony. Posts Are Still Sound. 048 1'carl Street. Mew fork City. la Tho first stago of matrimony Six years ago I took a green, soft when a woman kisses her husband to maple lxist, peeleU It and bored a find out If ho has been drinking. In r lnch holo neurly through tho second stago If she doca ony kissPositively cured by It about thirty Inchoa from tho butt ing It Is preliminary to asking him ICARTEPfSl these Utile Pills. end, writes n Michigan correspondent for money. Now York Telegram. They also relieve Dlo- ot Farm and Home. I filled tho hole ..... Uvea u'...r. trtw from Dyspepsia, In- with a mixture of una part arsenic and rtdlevMl by Murlno Kye ltemody. C om. I dlcrstlon nridToo Hearty 11 three parts salt, plugged It, painted poundru by KipcrlencfU I'liyslclans. Mu. I I Eating. A perfect remI Boothen Ey rain. edy for Dlstlnrss, Nau- post all over with ochor, and when rln Uon't Smart:Ilfmedy Co., t hlcj bo. tho Kye I sea, Drorralnesa, Had dry set It In the ground, the plugged Write iturlne lSye Book. At Drusslsts. tor Illustrated TastelnthMouth,Coat II hole being about five Inches below tho ToDcue, Tain In the ItJ The Present Fashions. surface. TOltriD LIVEK. Stella Isn't It all you can do to They regulate the Hovels. Turely Vegetable. A few days ago I dug It up to see the In your new gown! I effect ot tho proacrvutlvo, and found It danco SHALL Pltt. SUALt DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Hello Yes, but It's too tight to alt a rotten spot on It souud all over, Genuine Must Bear and apparently food for another six down In. i CARTERS years at least. Signature Try Hicks' Capudlnej For Headache fTTlE A number of other peeled, soft RtOmtCh Ot rt,lh.r frnm (it.! Heat. nra spfcdtly YlVER maplo pokta that wuro not tho same Non(iu troubles, the aclic PIUS. relieved by Cnpudlne. It's Liquid pleas; tlmo rotted off In two or threo years. Immediately. 10. &i ets ant to REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. pnata should havo two or three and too at Drug Stores. Iirgo boles bored at different- anglca and ttnnv n fellow who tells a girl be tilled with tho mixture, ao tho poison la will penetrate all partn of the post, and would lay down his llfo for her breaking uo cDd yiu oar catalog. thoy should nil como lelow tho surface afraid to tnko a chanco by lo frpo anil Irllo ruu all slKMit vrvrtable. farm and Be Id srrda, that Dbrrr dluppolut you of the ground when tho jHjat Is set. the news to her father. w hen barvcit tlmo cumrs. Qrccn iKJuts aro best for thla treat Wisconsin Sesd Croen' Ass'n, La Crosse. Wis. Your Eye ment, na (he sap dlanolvoa tho poison If It'inflammation, Use Pettlt's Eye Salve, sty, itching lids, eye for In '"Tr city and coonty to wB aud cnrrlwi It up and down through acbes, defects of vision and sensitivity to AUJ!iJ II1U1 llurmr It 1 ar in Cu Q tho cells of tho wood. Coal tar can be strong lights. All druggists or Howard (oouvhi etel, and 1)1 iviuunvr(luumrntl.rooory Ono Ul Kumwnca uniworMry, llros., llulTalo, N. Y. used with good effect to paint tho butt nt rUruiar Bo UaUo ain. drculan and (. too otampo. IWt aniwvr imlw jou where It comes In contact with tho your mllra tlmo U tblo work. Addrru iil.t Thcro la no earthly hope for a HUW irlvo UllUU CO.SCUIN. How York City. ground, as well as tho top which la ox Jli waits M)scd to tho weather and llkoly to re young man who alts around and engraved Invitation to kiss a talu moisture from rains unions cut on for an pretty girl. a slant. one-Incbe-ca- mm LDEST MAJMN AMERICA Escaped Terrors ot Many Wlntera by Umbo; Pe-ru-- OAVE HER DADDY AWAY. Little One' Innocent Remark That Left the Deacon Oaiplng. This Lady Says "I am your friend," writes Miss "W". M. AViesman, of Dorsoy, HI., "and send you my thanks, for what Cardui has done for me. My health was bad for two years. I suffered dreadful pain in my left side and headache and fainting spells every month. Since I havo used Cardui, I am on tho road to "Wcllville and I cannot say enough in favor of Cardui." This famous medicine grows more popular every year, and when you havo tried it, you will under stand why its sales aro constantly increasing. TAKE CARDUI O U Will Help You H 145 vl&bjffi&Zfifa Cardui is a good medicine for women. It does th'o work. It is pleasant and harmless to take and seems to go to the sick spot and coax it back to health. Headache, backache, sideache, hundreds of other symptoms of female trouble have all been driven away by the use of Cardui. Try it. POTAS CORN requires the best selected seed and the most thorough cultivation; hut the real difference between profit and loss on the crop depends on Potash. It makes strong, sturdy stalks and well shaped ears filled out to the very tip, with every kernel sound. Fertilirers high in phosphoric add, with a little nitro. ren, won't do. They need Potash to complete them 15 to 20 lbs. to the hundred. Supplement the minure or clover or fertilizer with 50 lbs. of Muriate of PoUsh per acre. y Ltttnturt, Trrt. on Terttltrltg Cbra a ad all of JUr CVops GEKdAN KALI WORKS, 1224 Candler BldR, Atlanta Toloaolt fiEW YOtK-- POTASH IS PROFIT Nassaa St. CMlCAOOi M Mossiaocx Block Uosr-aal- SICK HEADACHE Ihree-quorte- Hooper'sDon'tScratch (Tetter Cure) sol(1 bY druggists cveiy wiieiEuii afiuaiuvc guarantee to cure Dandruff and all Scalp Troubles, Tetter, Eczema, Itch, Ringworm, Chapped, Sunburned Face and Hands, Pirn-- . ples,ltchinc Piles, bore, Sweatv. Blistered Feet. Cuts, and all Irritations of the bkin. Does not stain, grease or blister. Two Sizes, 50c and $1 bottles. Trial Size 10c. Either mailed direct on receipt of price. 18 f.tr lalrr I IW H H Ri VLK m r ittirn s I i nt I VttXf53itf Tho TUtwm I Make and SU More Men's $3.00 & $3 JO Shot! Than Any ether Manufacturer U bMsvtM X gf Ut wirtr tk UfAl of t&m nrt cctaplau rg ulutloi ( Uilnaxt czptrti u4 sllUtA Fac-Simi- take-i:ne- HOOPER MEDICINE CO., - Dallas, Tens, WISCONSIN SEEDS L and Jersey City, N. J. Hit. JIcINTOSH rwlcbrated tifufi ul otmt dtUil of ttvo Mtvktsf la ovtry orutaiBt, kok4 ftiltr tT tko tttt thooaukir la U ohto tadutrr TIm OftcU iioHni.ltr U ttM cutry, of th Uothcrt for put of tko alsOsa. la) NATURAL UTERINE i Hold SlToslmnnxllaUi luont dralero and IcatUna dfwrgUli In L ulujl Canada, t'ataluc A prloo ll.t arnt on application. If X eoJ4 ihffw to ko csutfully W. V DrUi bofB avro md, rot mwlA Ua koli tbot wkf ttiapo. at txtur, ud twi locker Xbr uy otur Ca&lo. Vy MtthoJcf Tanning thtSoi4 maMe them Uor FlixlUt and Longtr W wing than airy otiittt, uftntul tr SUPPORTER Inttni. rrilrf. br all soretcal Bupporier. , Khno far Kvrr niitl C'hllOrca Mu, ltw,WincHt31UocfTfrywhr. hy the OnilTinM I unU I lUll naiuo W. iO Mla Yr txf I oim I Walnut ML, riiilailrlpbla. I'a.. manufacturrri of trauma ami aula makrra ut U gfnulno sumpoa II f ut Color ZrotfU Vf4 Exclulrtlr, nYnoliio tn4 prlM Alemhrr of th Pumllr dflT wUtiou( U Doarfa W, CoUlog utmrca on bottom,, tMflt4 L D010LAS, It7 Sfuk St, Brocito. Miu. Eye fr.j MCIMMBII" fJ cf fir NEW . l'L . rr- - H ... k vo somo 'um and tho hnruifulnona fenovltiR that to grow System to attention to Tried by Lancashire County Council. Do road-makin- Try tho Natural laxative, Garfield Tea! It overcomes constiatiou aud regulates hver snd kidneys. Samples sent uiion request. Garfield 'lea Co., llroiUyn, N. Y. nnn A. N. K. F (190910) 2272.1 I UE$S2Z Thompson's Watsr Pimples, itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood hmouU n.B.D.(HotanleUlood balm) la the onlr IHoodpure, rich tVisaf Vi'! lhA and Ihcn purine. It senillnif a Hood ot Ibe aurface. Honrs. Joints and hererer the UUrnse la located. In thla war U Sums v..v L lecro, t'lmpli Krumiona are nnaieu ami curru. imiii.nu cienn, ueuitny ewollliiR-subUde. 11. II. II. completely chnnir the bo.lv Into 11. cure the 1.m l,.n. BUlnir the akin tha rich, rrd hue of pertfet health, 11, with directions . vi..... cases, bollln at Druir Ptorea wur.t oia Iirrlarue 1IMIO II ll.a..n CO., Atlntlla.tia. (orhoiuecure. .SAMl'LKI'HIt KKK r'OlSOn, CCZtJIIia, it, duiio ranioi 'li, ot A new system It Seems But Yesterday. by which, It Is claimed, will stand the "I heard a girl say to day that the ls Coughs. Asthma and wuar and tenr of heavy trulllc. such as For relieving was beforo her tliue. . She Troc!is' are Trilby crazo r,k:u' faJlor nerves, better motor wugons, unit ue virtually dust- errectlve. Dniwn'a llronclilal BainplM free. wna crown, too." a box. cent less, Ib to bo tried on a more extended John I. Drown Jt Bon, lloston. Uss. "What's tho nnswert" LutT,Se. .chanKM wcro not audden. scale by the I.ancuslilro county conn "Wo are growing old. tny boy. We enOur power owe much ot their .'Dcrca,c1 as w continued to ell. It ho alieady beou tested on ara growing old." iriVv and enjoy l'oatum, -nud wo lost short lengths of roud, aud after foui ergy to our hopes. Johnson. uro ror eoffco. vu.rx ri'iti:i) in o to to euro anr i iiayh. years' hard jao the road ahowu nc PAXU UINTMKN'risaaranierl cato ..... Marv If Your I'eel Arh or Ilurn of liehlua. llllnd, DlewUnK or ITulradlna- I'llo. lu "ur ncnu uii not llko sign at wuurv It la mndu with Hiuall p.,, " t a ISa ikkO ut Ali.n'i )'uUICm. It, Slits SWilldajauruio&ey r.Iuudvd. fioo. ulck rtllel. Tu million sM jtnijt not gruulto seta aft luetics to 3?; Indies i It rWit Um when they boiled luld In Intersecting circles. Thll iu. Tell a married man be does'!! t look not confidence. la la 11 nn(1 b8 w,u 1,0 terribly flattered. ri'M?rillnK ,s Ulreollona on muthod ot paving thiiu said to be much Klth obedience Macdonald. wa paving with or hnd rich. they more ccouomlcul Ilk i i, . " ' Pr ,luln b- cc1fo md wcro dluary gruulto. At the Instance ot the 4 ly change "Thero'a county council tho system la to b " - ion, ' to tried on a leugth of main road bo. I Ft y , 08"'" Co., liattlo twoen Accrlugton aud llasllngdeu. CVk 1'eli ..a n ,Mi0 lt rlKht wo liked were relieved of ills caused 5"e Ourrrl..n.lu .I. .. ..... Happiness Is measured not by the enlargement ot the possessions, but ol tho heart. Huskln. Itron-chlt- Cares Tbrougbtbc Blood PINK EYE SPOHN MEDICAL CO, Chemists, DISTtMPER CATARRHAL FEVER AND ALL NOSE AND THROAT DISEASES tr Cure, tho alrk and acta aa a pret entire for othera. Liquid eltrn oa thotouL-ue- . Safe for brood marea and all othera. Ueatkldueyreinedy; W centaaudll.OJabottlei(o.OUandflU.Uu the dozen. Bold by alldrugiitaU and horae goods houses, or aeut eapreaa paid, by tho manufacturers, GOSHEN, INDIANA - t I lllialaaiMjjTMi oil that hsnctratcs M '- - : . Uead'Tholtoadto I Well The Darn Yard. nt.u""' lull oC numui ponds upon tho way you Tart of noxt year's prosperity as lwp ILo yard cleaned. bai Uoooubo of thosa ugly, grlnly, groy hairs. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORERS PRICE, SI.OO, rotall. IF a pr-- t HER agree- gynnounccmcutg TTENTION CARMERR A Cotton Seed Hulls ! "no" it often more able than a gruff "yes." A kind PHYSICIAN ADVISED Vegetable Compound Columbus, Ohio. "I harr. T.T.ll,i R. iMnkhnm's : . Frank s. Third Mari.i., m For Mncisi A. II Ln- ,c Some men belong to every society in the nelehborhood but the society of their home. Woman is gentle, dependent and but dares loving when protected, danger bv flood, fire, or battle to aid her country or protect her loved ones. Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's DEMOCRATIP wni.,.,.. Com.. ,. ii ii r i ii k (H)un(i cluMiire of life. My doctor told me It was Rood, and alnco taking It I fel ao much better that I can do all my work have more nutritive vnlue thnn common liny, which costs 50 more, is more convenient to handle, is perfectly free from dust or foreign matter and is healthful and appetizing. the Meal known;most about times the nutritive Cotton Seed that of wheat bran, while concentrated andtherichest feed about same, and four is hns six Vt irotable i taken For Sheriff; OOALDER its cosl is times value of corn and for feeding cattle and milch cows will reduce ,your feed bills and give better results. forms a "Balanced Ration," giving better results, (increasing milk and butter production in cows and flesh, fat and general condition in all other animals) than The Mixed Peed ' Aay Other Feed in The World ! Let us Supply You With Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls NOW ! The demand is increasing, and dairymen should take advantage of the remarkably low prices now being asked for this product, and purchase their wjnter supply immediately. A mixture of cotton seed hulls and cotton seed meal makes one of the best feeds known to g the and dairy industry. This is THE BEST feed in the world for feeding Sheep, Cattle, Milch Cows, Horses, Mules, Hogs and Poultry. stock-raisin- For Sale By the wagon load at the Oil Mill, and in less quantities by all of the Grocery Stores in Hickman. RICHMOND & BOND CO., HICKMAN, The Talc of A Jincr. One thing about these "Knights of the Roads" is that they are great KY. as follows; Whence comeit thou, pard? From n lodge of tbu Holy St. John In Wash. What sck ye here to doT. To tnke a few orders nnd collect n bill. Then you are a drummer? I am so taken and accepted by all the hojs. How may I know you to be a drummer? wimple ltyiny cheek and a caw. Try me. How will you be trledT lly the Squire. Why by the Squire? Ilccause the Squire ti u Maslstrat and an emblem of stupidity. Where were you flrt prepared to be a drummer? In my mind. Where next? In an office ndjolnlrm a retrular pout of drummers. How were you prepared? lly belnx divested of my last cent, my cheeks rubbed down with a brick, a bunion plaster over rnch eye, and a heavy sample case In each hand. In this fix I whs con ducted to the door of the post. How did you know It to lie a door. If you wereblluded? lly first stepping In a coal skuttle and afterwards bumping my head on a door forty-pound fellows for secret societies. Most all drummers belong to everything that's goingfrom the "Grand Knights of the Diamond Garter" down to the "Sons of Intemperance.'' I am quite a hand at all such mysterious things myself, so I get solid with all the boys. My old friend Henry Wasser called on me the other day to see if I wanted any groceries and to have a visit. We had a jolly time. While we were sittin in the office a chap came in and wanted to borrow $2 because of a remittance not coming to him as he expected. I told him my S2 I kept to loan, was in now, having been returned the day before by Matt Keck, but I never lend it except to drummers. He said : "That's me." I gave him the grand hailing sign of Odd Fellows, which he tumbled to. Then I came to the great "Hair in the Soup" grip of the Pytbianics. He tumbled. Then Icuob. trained you admission? How gave him the G. B. of the lly the benellt of my cheek. Wasser sons of Malta He was on to it. Had you the required cheek? Your reply? I had It not. but John Smith had It for Money. Then I tipped him the me. What did you then behold? Club." How were you reelvcb? signal of the "Touch-U- p A copy He smiled and said : "H. 0." (this On the sharp toe of a boot, applied to my chapter of Dun A Oo." reports, open at the Newport News." Upon the open Next Hen. nntuntl trousers. is a technical term.) hook rested a pair of drug scales. In one pan What did It teach you? out his hand and Wasser struck of which rested ten pounds of concentrate! Not to fool around the toe too much. lye and In ths other tuit a small sller Jact- gave the P. D. Q. sign of a Royal What happened next? Arch Brick Mason and he got in on I was set down on a cake of Ice and asked nss. slgnllly? What did that. Then Wasser examined him If I put my trust In the. mercantile reports, The scales these emblems balanre twtwteii Indicated the grip-sack one-ha- lf air-poki- Your answer? Not If I know myself. I dont. How were you next handled? I was set astride of a Boat made out of ?il scantllnir and trotted three times nrrnind the room by four worthy brothers and then brought before the Left llower for further Instructions. How did he Instruct you? To approach a customer with four upright. Irregular steps, my buslnuss card ex tended at right angles, and my arms form Ing a perfect circle. How were you then dlspoed of? I was again seated on a rake of Ice, In front of a dry oods box. and made to take the following horrible and binding oath: I, John Ktull, do hereon and herein most everlasting and dlalollrally swear that I will never reveal and always steal all the trade secrets I can for the Iwni flt of this Most Ancient Order. And I futher snear that I will never give, carve, make. hold. tnke or cut prices below the regular rates. And I futher swear by the T. 1. A to never sell any man or his wife, sister, granduiolh er. old maid, uncle or cousin unless be or she lie sound on the goo. To all of which I solemnly swear, binding myself under no less penalty than to have my slit from top to lottotn. my dirty shirts taken out, my reputation removed and hurled In tbeKlliabeth Itlvernear the ferry wharf' where the Saltation Army ebbs and flows every two and hours. So help m Itob Ingersoll and keep me In lckbone, What were you then asked? What I needed most. Circuit Court Clerk. The sweet and gracious little flowW. Mi n er of courtesy it one that should bloom steadily in every home. No attain. I think For Jailer. rare exotic can send forth such fijdla K. nnklinm's sweet perfume nor lend such grace Vegetable Com- JOE and beauty to a home. If all the pound n fine remedy for an woman's members of a family were as courtetroubles, nnd I School Superintendent. ous and kind to each other as they never foriret to tell what a difference my friends what It haa done ror me." are to strangers, MISS DORA .Hun it would make in the heme atmos- -- Mrs. K. Hanson, 804 East lmir. St., Columbus.. Ohio. phere. County Assessor: Another Woman Helped. paialne; OranltMTllle, Vt. "I was sulTrrrU C1IAS, fcEi "j. j It is the little foxes that destroy UiroticlitliM'hineeef Life, Mid from ncrvouaneas and other annoying the vines in home life. We have symptoms, l.ydlft K. I'lnkham'a Wee County Judge, known men who would lay down lAUIfl uompoiltiu rt'sioreu mynraminiiit lives for their wives and chil atreticth.and tirovcd worth mountains their W. A !MT i dren, who would almost have fits of of cold to me. For the aakn of other aufTtrlng women I am willing voti apoplexy over a button off a shirt or should County Attorney. fit. ntibllah my letter." a mislaid paper, lhere are women Ciiahi.m llAitcLxr, lt.K.1)., Orunlte- who would die at the stake for their TlUt. Vt. jas Women who are msslnrr through this husbands, but who have an almost Buffering unconscious habit of nagging the critical period or who are County Court Cleric from any of those distressing Ilia poor man from morning till night. to their sex should not lose slclit s. t. r ::strange tsn t It? of the fact that for thirty years Lydla rinkliatn'a vegetable i;omjoiiiui, li Is made from roots and herbs. INnRPRNnPNT which , . Tirvrr .. livjrvtl. Although housekeeping and home has been the standard remedy for erery eommu-nlt- y making are the most important of all female ills. In almost yon will find women who hava For Sheriff. things, yet they are sought after the laen restoml to health by Lydla Ji. very least. Girls get married who jlnkuam'a vegnuuie uoinpounu. chas t. do not know how to make a loaf ot bread or boil a potato, expecting For County Judge, will want to find out (or themselves somehow that these things will take why her brothers like to be with her. JAMES I! ti. care of themselvse, and they can live happy with a man in his ignorance, When we look about us and con For Jailer. knowing too that the heart and stora ach of man are so friendly that they aider the happiness that exists, the W. F. BLA: U Ignorance famlies that have come to grief cannot be separated. cannot be made bliss in housekeep seme from misfortune, some from ing, and there is no surer way to lose error, we are almost persuaded that the respect of a husband thin to those parents who die young, before spoil bis dinner. He can not thrive evil day comes when they no longer find pleasure in their children, are Fire long on purely a love diet. the only ones who die happy. Could the mother who fondly clasps her We are almost out of home girls ; infant in her arms, the idol of her Blows girls that are "mother's right heart, and object of her tenderest hand" ; girls that can cuddle the lit devotion, while she prays without tie ones next best to mamma, and ceasing (or his life to be spared that . ,S1-S- .( smooth out the tangles in the domes he may continue a cosolation to her i' tic skein when things get twisted ; and prop tor old age; could she er time. See ui ab i girls that father takes comfort in for forsee the future ol that child, which hifn hainra in n f to ? r something better than beauty, and is so wisely hid from her, could she big brothers are proud of for some see him or her overburdened or dis thing that outranks ability to lead- graced, poverty stricken and friend the world's best. ing a dude. less, idle or insane, a worthless m w nrr is j I I IJMi. HV rv I vagabond, or a debauched millionaire, How many children know their way down in the dregs of society, or fathers only as anxious, money-mal- e a way up in the scum, would not ing machines, and their mothers as a change come o'er the spirit of her tired nervous middle-age- d drudges dreams? would she not more fully It would be wise for them occasion' realize that life is only valuable as all to rest and amuse themselves to is well spent, and while she is pray gether. The parents' influence ing for life to last, pray also with would be stronger if they lived not greater fervency for his protection altogether lor but with their chit from the soul destroying things of dren. the world? J- - wjm - When the Whistle - Roorgs and Board is no use in a girl trying to be nice heralded advent many good and with her brothers just when she is in sober minded people have taken Li'ge. K company, for the sham is easily fright, remains a mystery. That by the day or we (k detected. She must be pleasant times are changing, and women ad loriaoie rooms and "bon comrade" as the Freneh vancing into broader fields of educaReasonable Rates S say, all the time then the other boys tion and usefulness, no one in his senses can doubt. The real new woman which the twentieth century will give to grace the decade of its successors, will be one, who, to the gentle, feminine attributes of her will add the colonial ancestors, Uir.ltmfln Furniture CO. strength of self reliance and the force " IWIIHIUU of systematic, intellectual training. " .IMiOKIIlWATl' A wider experience in life, and an extended knowledge of human naFuneral Director! ture, have never yet retarded the And Emhaimeri- wheels of progress or deracinated society, and there seems no very good reason to oelieve that different k'unluch ... . results will prevail, because women possess these advantages. Immutable nature has mapped out to her sphere. The golden chains of love and maternal devotion bind her willingly to it. She could not leave it if she would, and she would a not if she could. So after the extravagances and I niindrV exaggerations that are now following a naturally enough in the wake of the movement which is advancing woman into a higher position in the social system shall have settled down That's as extremes attendant on reforms have done before, the real new wo man will appear, as true to herself ana her vocations as any cf her predecessors. If the spirit of her Ant i -i time menus her duties, In some Instances into public life, there she will conduct herself with dignity and ability. She will preside at the fireside, a fair and stately figure, none the less lovable because adorned Holincss Church. with more of the graces of Minerva, as well as those of Venus s none the Sunday School evr,7ei iy less companionable because.of her Ihs ni '- n riiiia. .s t ... -better understanding of things that Rev. J. W. war interest wen, day night at 7 o'clock wo-m- rn THE HEW WOMAN. The girl who is a favorite with her own brothers is apt to be popular Just now who "the new woman" with other girls brothers, too, there of the day is, upon whose much i Hotel... HlCKMA'I, KT For Female Ills Now is the time to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH C oal We Hnmllo PITTSBURG Yti shooM tikt, for ftmsle debtor and creditor, while the other em- litems represented tho liabilities and assest (Sa, a miilkUt wUch acts oa tio of bankrupts. hauls orjiss ud faactfaaa. Did that teach you a lesson? Caraal U tot a nin'a audlclaa. You bet. It taught me the fuct that the II la for woaua. I hi acre, kesl-la- f, former are generally much mightier than the latter. curailra, TiltUMa bindl Shake, brother; will you be off or from? its, 10 direct to lis wemaal lloth. If I ran borrow enough money to flaw, nltera (Mr fata mi get out of town. ad taild (f tielr Have you any cigars? I have. , strtsftk. (live Vm tome. ToaiM caaaet Ufl," writes I did not so receive them, neither will I so Mbs Nla Sadth, ! Swtataar, lad Impart them, "wait llow will you dlsposo of them? On sixty days' time, or a per cent olf for cash. All right, lieglu. WINE No, you lieglu. Nit, you liegln, l'p-V-m Ket-V- Strictly PA Dill II Ii man set. up. The words and sign are right BON AIR Ms and TRADE WATER .jajsjtsjss llrother Htull. Ilrother Wasser and I each lent the chap tSaiidhe left with many thanks and kind wishes, Now you ran see by this what n help It Is to a fellow w hull he gets dead broke uiuoiig strangers, to have these little things to fall hack on, Modern Methods, UHnuui WOMAN'S RELIEF Car-di- d, Tliefl Hickman Ice Phone KTo. & Coal Co 48 ff Administrator's Notice. All persons holding claims against the estate of W. M. Uncoil, deceased, are here by notified to present the same to ine for allowance ou or before the 1st of June next, or they will lie forever barred, this March 4th. 1UV. 4.'p. T. A. 1'rather, Sr., Admr. haa daat for aw. I aa oa mr thlrd boltls aad aaa so Buck fetter. Btlora I ai to ttka' I could sot do a dajr'a work. Now I caa work ail day. Mother took four kottita of Cardul btforo coaflscacat, got atoaf flaa aad haa Ucn rtal stroaf artr atsua." TRY ITIj! j, bi At All Dniftflstg statics WRITS FOR FREB ADVICE, age and describing- symptoms, to Lodlta AdvUoru Dipt., The Chattanooga, Uadhwa Co., Chattanooga, Teas. B 40 Incorporated av-t- Toilet Soaps Helm & Ellison. i