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The Hickman courier: April 1, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909040101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: April 1, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THIS PAPER GOES TO NO MAN ON OREtDlT. THE HieKMHN COURIER. L3 J l- IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES A BLUE MARE HERE mean thiit 700 r Iiim expired. Ilonew promptly if too want the paper to come to yon nfter this month TB3JhB !hB. CmmBICJa!nl?thB HiU Dt SuccBsa' ThB CoUTiBT haB B SpaaklB' Good Team. GruasB the HxIbs of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE Uiniit' iektpoit HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1909. ESTABLISHED IO.a.14.1 IN THE TEAR 1HBI Miss in front, and keeping tnerer that's the way Marathon races are won. It?s the way else in this world is won; and no man who wants to win can afford to neglect anything, great or small, which may contribute to his being in front. ' You want to win success in your undertakings, whatever they may be; and one of the things which every man needs and ought to be sure of, is good clothes; they help your appearance, add to your effectiveness, make you feel more successful; and there's a lot in the way a man feels who is trying to win. I jr ETTING Vi- anything Mo., and Thos. R. Powell, formerly of this city nnd a son of Mrs. M. E Powell, were married Monday afternoon, March 21st, at Clayton, Mo., a small berg near St. Louis. Although the young people had been engaged for some time and their marriage was expected, they wished to surprise their friends and keep the cermoney secret a few days. This desire led to the unusual scene of their nuptials. After getting their license at the court house they casually strolled across the street to the drug store, where Miss Evelyn Callen Is the prescription clerk. Miss Callen wears a "Kappa Alpha" fraternity pin slven hr--r by a young man rt Ferguson. Powell was a member of this fraternity at Missiourl State University, where he and Miss Gillaspy met. A question disclosed that the owner of the little trinket was also a M. S. U. man. Miss Callen was at once enlisted in the plan for secrecy. She telephoned Rev. Walter Lane- try and he performed the cermoney in the proprietor's office. Mr and Mrs. Powell then returned to St. Louis. Mr. Powell was reared in this city and is well known to most of our readers. He is a bright, hustling young fellow and has many friends who will join us in extending congratulations. He has been attending the University at Columbia preparatory to a journalistic career, and we know he will "make good" in this capacity, having been identified with this paper in 1906. The bride is a lovable young lady, accomplished and will make a splendid helpmeet. The Courier editors knew this young lady long before Mr. Powell ever made ber acquaintance, and can say that she is one of Missouri's best. She is a daughter of J. H. Gillaspy, a wealthy farmer of near Columbia. We have .not learned where they will reside but, Tom, old boy, here's a hearty welcome to your "old Kentucky home." Powell a Benedict. Nora T. Gillaspy, of Colurri-bl- a, Night Rider Cases. The Supreme Court for the Western district of Tennessee will meet in Jackson about the second week in April and will likely pass on the sentences of the eight condemned men convicted of being members of the band of night riders who mur dered Captain Rankin at Walnut Log in October. It is not known definitelvwhen the Obion County docket will be taken up bythe higher tribunal but on account of the gravity of the sentences it ,is expected that the night rider cases wlll'be advanced and passed on at an early date. The bill introduced in the legisla ture recently that all legal executions take place at the State penitentiary has not yet passed both houses and also provides that all sentenced before the passage of the bill shall be executed at the county seat, which in the event the verdict of the lower court is affirmed will cause the executions to take place at Union City. The winter now shall end, the heavens smile on Spring. The bull frog shall woo in the gloaming, and the robin merrily sing. The calf shall cavort in the pastures with bliss in the pitch of his tail, the lark awakes in the morning and sings from the tip of a rail, the wind shall disport with the washing and pop the tails of shirts, and the modest maid go walking with shot in the hem of her skirts. The fateful ISth having happened, and Spring having burnished the dove, according to all traditions the season shall e open for love. The shall sigh for Its fellow, the hard hit af finity groan, the common unclassi fied lover shall bawl to call someone his own ; the young folks shall coo in the parlor, and the cook and the coon at the rear, the telephone wire shall be busy with dialogues sweetened with dear. The weather, however, shall physic impurities out of the blood, the sun shall resume n our road work and the mud ; the farmer will put In his garden with seed Ollle James has sent, the thrush will sit In the tree-toand announce that winter has went ; the road-bed- s shall harden and stiffen, decreasing the number of wrecks, and Fulton county people may travel without telescoping their necks. soul-matcase-hardep Hart Schaffner are in in & all-wool Marx front of all the clothes-maker- s of the world; they got there by making clothes right; by correct style, by perfect and thorough tailoring, by using none' but fabrics when so many makers think part cotton is good enough for you. We sell these clothes because we believe they're that kind of clothes; because we want to keep front. who They're the sort of clothes that are a benefit and a profit to everybody concerned; to you wear them most of all. All other men's wear, hats, shirts, furnishings; the small accessories of dress. Ready here. If you're in front and want to stay there; or if you want to get there, here are the clothes for it. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. SMITH ed in endurance and speed almost from boyhood so that they mlgnt V0Ur aUen,l0n distinguish themselves in this portion "Smith & Am- Olympic games. the lZ'hf ,fir,t Pa8 of this of The historic has bad a modern ;i? at It carefully. Marathon No revival. The recent victory of an ,he American athlete over representa AS uXri"bntheonctbl,a,t!,t tlves of all nations of the world in London is making the Marathon an almost national form of sport. II & Notice: AMBERG You're doing the right thing, So- ttit You Overlnnk 4t 'Stern Ufta',n The Fulton County Medical ciety will meet at Cayce, Thursday, April 8th, at 10 a. m. It is to the interest of every physician in the county to attend this meeting. A. A. Wright, Sec'y Our city and county officers are making a special fight on bootlegging and gambling. Ten violators of the Clhat ' ",aIpic,Urc0u ,uch Jno. Cotton says this winter has law were picked up Sunday. Among ,han an been one of the worst yet on the those we noticed doing the "sluth . plumber, on account of warm weath- act" were Sheriff J. T. Seat, Depu-tie- s Satisfaction or money refunded. Goalder Johnson and Rob Goal-de- r. er, but they are still in the business. Carl Schmidt, the Tailor, over Marshal Tom Dillon and DepuNow is the time to put in that bath Z men of Greece were train- - room outfit. ties John Wright and Sid Hamby. Rice's Shoe Store. ui 1 The Elk Lodge at Fulton elected the following officers last Friday night t Dr. W. E. Simmons, Exalted Ruler ; Ed. C. Paschall, Esteemed Leading Knight ; Guy L. Freeman, Esteemed Loyal Knight ; Frank U. Harriss, Esteemed Lecturing Knight, Gus Bard, Secretary ; Harry Ekdahl, Treasurer. The Trustees, Arch Huddleston, T. N. Franklin, and W. W. Morris were all Increase of Capacity. The J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co., have been forced on account of their increase of business, to enlarge the capacity of their cotton gin at this place. The 4 battery and one press equipment has been replaced by a 7 battery and 2 press equipment, practically doubling their facilities. The continual increase of acreage in cotton raising tn this and ajoin-in- g counties will not likely outgrow this progressive company. S. L. believes In setting the pace. Gasoline at the Courier Office. THE HICKMAN COURIER NEWS OF THE STATE Crrs Wtiurn Ksntucky Llk tn D r CAPITAL NOTES. WILL F1GHTSPECIALTAX INADEQUATE, .uriN AD0UT FAIR pUy W. O. BPEER and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietors. Summary of Matters of Special Interest 'to Cur Readors CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH Iff ADVANCE. Committee Announced, REDUCE ANNUAL 'KX. Govs. Hughes, of NewYork; Noet, nf MAY PENDITURES. Mississippi: Glllctt, ot California; Swnnson. of Virginia, and jft'llfson. of Kentucky, will compose thocnnimlt-te- e Senator Aldrlch Opposes Inheritance of govcrnoniot states to dclcrmlno Tax Finance Committee Against the time and placsof tho next annual " AllTorma of Stamp Tax. meeting of chief executives."," But Somehow Mr. N,vlw th. p,, 8. . - v Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. postofOca aa lecond-clas- s 12 KILLED IN TORNADO BCOPE WAS NARROW, BUT WINT WAS TERRIFIC. Family of Eight Perlah After the House Was Wrecked Ruins Caught on Fire. Dallas, Texa a. Twelve known dead, iwenty injured, at leant two seriously, reaching into the thouprojicrty lo sands of dollar, and possibly a acore of injured, In tlie result of a tornado, cyclonic in its character, which snrpt over the northeastern part of Wise county Tuesday evening. Several email towns were visited by the hurricane, but none were entirely wept away, although each suffered serious damage. The greatest loss of life occurred In the country districts. Tho destruction of one farm house alone to caused the death rate to amount eight. This tingle tragedy of the storm occurred near Slidcll, near the Wise county line, and located about midway between Decatur and Gainesville. The .farm house of Ira Uice was crushed In by tho furious wind, and the family of the eight members pinned beneath wreckage. A light in the house at the lime of the disaster eaued the ruins to become Ignited and, fanned by the strong wind, the flames snuffed out the lives of the helpless victims. JUDGE MUZZLES PRESS. ;I"orbids Testimony in Murder Case Beinp Printed in Papers. Judge Ellis issued perAmite, emptory orders Wednesday forbidding newspaper representatives from sending out, either erbatim or in substance, the testimony of witnesses in the trial of Avery Mount for the killing of .Benjamin Breeland, his wife and daughI-a. ter. He reinforced the order by the declaration that if U was violated all newspaper men. would( be burnjd. from, Jbq ' ' courtroom, and,, !f nessary, sent 'to jail. ..There pre nine trials", yet to W held that will Indirectly or indirectly effected by (he p'resenrhVarTng, and thi securing of Juries' for tTli rest ofJlhcni may're inadr'dmpossiblej1 'says' the prosecution, by publication of the testimony. The judge's action provoked atrongi protest from the newspapers represented, in view of the deep public Interest attaching to the trial. Tonight Judge Ellis informed the newspaper men in attendance that hsj had concluded he would not try to prevent them from aending out their reports in full, but that he had directly appealed to their papers not to print the testimony. KILLABY'S WIVES MEET. .Agree to Work Together to Put Him in Prison. Norman, Okla. "I shall not go back to my home In llollandale, Miss., until I have seen Killaby behind prison walls," said Mrs. Killaby No. 1, when leaving Norman today, after a conference with Mrs. Killaby No. 2 in regard to pushing tho prosecution of Win. II. Killaby, to whom both women claim to have been married. "And I will help you to put him there," sighed Mrs. Kil laby No. 2. A year ago the romance started between Killaby and Miss Mabel Freeling, of Norman, when both were coming from St, Louis. He told of his vast mines in Mexico, and a lively corre- spondence started, which resulted in too marriage of the two here about seven weeks ago. The happy couple left for Mexico, and upon their arrival there they found Killaby wife. His last to her raotu wife returned er here. Now, in the last few weeks, another wife appears on the scene. She is Mrs. Killaby No. 1, from Hollandale, Miss., and the will push thp prosecution of Killaby, with the assistance of Mrs. Mabel l reeling Killaby, of this place, heart-broken FATHER KILLS HIS DAUGHTER Tragedy Occurred in Crowded New York Thoroughfare. New York. Within sight of several of her school teacher friends and pupils on the way to school, through a crowd street on the upper east side today, Miss Anna A Mangano, a teacher n the public school ou Kust One Hundred and Second- - street, was shot and Instantly killed by her father, a court interpreter, who had been following his daughter and calling to her to stop. As she kept hurrying on, be drew his revolver from his overcoat liocket and fired two shots at hi daughter. He then turned the revolver on himself, but was preteutcd from carrying out his purpose by a vounir man. who grappled with .Mail' guno. Two more shots were fired while the men ftruggled, but both went wild. Manguno broke uway, but was over iiumxinni. taken and arresicu uy Keveral school teacher who were pass luir run to the nluce where the jfirl fell She and Immediately i den tilled her. was dt'ttd wbB tUwy reached her. , iu determined ef Washington. That To Test Tax Law. Suit to test tho legality of the stat fort will lie made tn reduce iiiililie ex the Insurance com penditures to such an extent that gov Burley Tobacco Society li on Its Last ute compelling panies to pay Into the stato treasury ernmental need may lie met by rec-nue- s to Legs, It Is Reported Owensboro as a tax 2 per cent of tho amount ot derirrd from duties on Imports, and Have New National Bank with Cap- rebates pajd back to their policy hold without resorting to any of the special ers, was filed by he Northwestern Mu- taxation schemes that have been sug ital of $300,000. tual Life Insurunco Co. ot Milwaukee gested In connection with tariff revision, Is Indicated by a remark made Tuesday toulavlllo, Ky. Information was .Ktven here by ono who Is In constant State University to Lose Its President by Senator Aldrlch, thalnnan of the President Jas. K. Patterson, ot tbe senate committee on finance. touch with the affairs of the Hurley Tobacco Society to tho effect that the so- State university at Islington, was tn Mr. Aldrlch was asked to give Ms ciety la on Its Inst legs and will sur- conference here with Gov. Wlllson and opinion of the plan erroneously accred vive no longer than It will require to Appellate Judge Henry S. Darker, ot ited to President Taft to place a tax dellvfT the 7S.000.000 pounds ot tobac- tho board of trustees ot tho Institution, on dividends declared by corporation. co In the pool, which was recently sold relatlvn to resigning the post which ho Mr. Aldrlrh replied that be had not to the American Tobacco Co. It Is as- hai held for 40 years. given thought to It, and added that he sorted that nil tho tobacco will bo dewould not conewn himself with any of livered nnd paid for by May 1G or Juno Columbia Reaching Out the various plans to raise retsnuet by Is claimed lh:U tho necessity of 1. Major S. II. Crumbaugh had a con It be ascerclosing up the business of the last ference with State Insuranco Commis sprclsl taxes until It could tained how much revenue could be pro pool U the only tic that is now keep- sioner Bell relative to tho application duced by levying duties im Import, and ing tho organization intact. by the Columbia Life Insurance Co., the running operations of th of Cincinnati, for entry Into the Ken whether gomnmrnt could not be decrrased so Owensboro, Ky. Tho United States tucky field. The company docs a life as to make special taxes unnecessary. National bank of Owensboro, with cap Insurance business. Great significance is attached to the Hal stock of $.100,000, will be the name remark made by Mr. Aldrlch. It Is as on Her Arm. ot a new bank to bo launched In this thought to be ac Tho broken arm of Mrs. Wlllson, serted upon what is city. Application for charter hag already been made at Washington. In wife of Gov. Wlllson, was put under curate Information that a majority of It wns found to be In a' the members of the finance committee the organization or the new bank three the satisfactory condition, and, while sho regard with disfator the proposed Inlocal banks, tho Hank the Fourth State bank and tho Eaglo Is suffering a great deal of pain. It is heritance tax frature, the proposed lie bank will bo taken over. The new na- believed now that the fractured mem- come tax, levies upon dividends of cor porations, tax on co!fee and practically tional bank will open for business with ber will mend speedily. all forms ot stamp taxes. deposits of about $700,000. It Is cv It is recogiilzcd that In the form In pected that E. T. 'Franks, who will Bumper Crop Indicated. shortly be succeeded as collector of The greatest crop of tobacco Ken which the Psyue bill was reported to Reno, will tucky has probably ever produced the houio from the wnys and means Internal revenue by Law-sobe president of the bank. seems forecast by tho first reports for committee, sufficient revenues to pay tbe running expenses of the government 1909, which aro coming to our depart Hopklnsville, Ky. The third and last ment from our regular crop reporters." cannot be collected from duties on Im pool of tho IxmgYlcw tobacco, contain- said Assistant Commissioner of Agri ports alone. The inference drawn from ing 602,000 pounds, was sold by the culture James W. Rankin. Mr. AMricn's expression, therefore, is committee to the American Snuff Co. that the revision of the tariff must tie at the round prlco of $1.25 per hun nf an upward trend, and that the con Must Report Promptly. dred pounds1. Heretofore tho prices In calling upon stato banks and 'nut gress must curtail the tendency to ex secured have been kept secret, but It companies for reports of their condi- pand annual appropriations at each su Is now Announced that pool No. 1 sold tion at the closo of business on March feeding session of congress. to Italian Regie, and containing 31 Secretary of State Ilruncr notified pounds, brought $4.14 per hundred. each of the 400 Institutions that ha ROOSEVELT OFF TO JUNGLES Pool No. 2 sold to Imperial Tobacco will enforce tho law providing a fln Co., and containing EOS.000 pounds, of $200 for delay beyond (Ire days. Whistles Screech and Ouna Boom ni brought $6.71 per hundred. Kach pur Hamburg Puts Out to Sea. chaser has greatly Increased the Claims Humiliation. amount after passing the 500,000 mark. New York. Waving a parting far A petition asking $3,000 damages The pool originally formed contained was filed here by Carrie Conley, col t ell with his black tloueh hat, his facs 2.000,000 pounds, but was divided Into ored, against the Central Kentucky beaming In the morning sun as he stool three sections and was sold to the host Traction Co. for permitting white pas on the captain's briJgn of the steambidder. The sales were made under sengers to occupy tho compartment set ship Hamburg, evl'resldenl Thcodors theconcesslonigrantcd by Qcnornl apart for negroes on an tntcrurban car, Reosevrlt, note America's' most Manager Ewlng, of the Planters' J'ro- - alleging she was humiliated thereby. private citirrn, sailed Tuesday textiva. association. Tho, prices are for his African "nafari." thoroughly satisfactory. ' Ife left his native shores amid His i cheers of tliousands of persons who & Catlettshiint. Ky. The Columbia line auanned the Hamburg-AmericaGas and Electric Co. paid on nna'uis- pier, the whistles of euuntlcs river or so Greek la clmrEcd the hundred London, Ky. Rev. E. Dunnam, con- craft and the thunderous reverberations borers who were Involved In thesrlpt, ference evatiRellst of (ho Central Ohio of the salute Of thirteen In which four of them were shot. The conference of the M. E. church, began guns from Forts Hamilton and Wads- six deputy sheriffs ore still on duty a 10 days' revival here In Odd Felworth. at the camp, to prevent any outbreak lows' hall. Besides the figure of the former rhlef on tho part of tho natives, whllo the magistrate, as the big steamship slipped are clearing out. Tho four Greeks Columbia. Ky. J. S. Stapp, 60, died wounded foreigners are In tho hospital at his homo In this city. He endowed out of her dock, stood a young Ltd In Catlettsburg, two of'them In a mo3t Russell Creek college at Campbells-vlll- seemingly dejected as ha wistfully garrd at the cheering multitude on the pier critical condition. Johnson, the man Ky., and built many churche. n who did the shooting, has not been He was the editor ot the Columbia below. It was Kermit Hooseudt. his of Mr, Roosevelt, who acrotnpsnii-arrested. This city and Ashland are Spectator. thronged with the discharged' foreignfather as official pholographrr on tht ers, who are coming in from tho camp. Danville Ky. Tho two warcrooms expedition. Father and son, both clad army ruats, at Searcy's distillery at McHrayer, in brilliant Hopklnsville, Ky. CoL Bennett H. north of here, burned. Twenty eight which shone in the sun, remained un Young, of Louisville, and' S. A. thousand barrels of "Old Joe" whisky, tho bridge on the trip down the ba, and of Nashville, editor of the valed at $300,000, were consumed. Tho acknowledged with sweeps of their hats the salutes of the Vessels. Confederate Veteran, were here in the origin of. tbo fire Is unknown. j Interest of tho movement to convert ino uemunai ration was unoiuclal III the birthplace of Jefferson Davis, at Louisville, Ky. Eight of the demo- character, but many high in the affairs Falrvlew, Into a memorial park and a cratic state committeemen signed a of the nation wero present. roecca for routherners. They Wero call for a meeting In Louisville on given a cordial welcorao. April, 2, for the purpose of" taking up MUELLER AND PARTY SAFE .,.,(, Chairman the Covington contest. Ky. The decision by Prewitt said he would Issue the call Lexington. After Four Say in tha Wilds of Judgo Harbeson In the case ot the La- - for tho meeting. the Mountains. club against the stato tonla Jockey Los Angrlea, Cal. After one of the Lexington, Ky. This city will havo racing commission at Covington doe amusement park. Arti- mast harrowing exiieriences in the his not clarify tho racing situation In Ken- an tucky. Nothing conclusive as to dates cles Incorporating the Blue UraBS Park tory of ballooning, Capt. A. K. Muellrr for racing can transpire until tho court Co. wero filed with the county clerk. and his five companions who ascrnded In A tract of land, near Ft. 8prlngs, four the big Ferris racing balloon, America, ot appeals has reviewed tho case. miles from Lexington on Versailles at Pasadena, last Saturday afternoon, i and becamo lost In: the Sierra Madra Louisville, Ky. That every effort road, has been secured. mountains, arriird Tuesday at Swifter will bo made to drive the saloon out nf lightLexington, Ky. Tho electric Camp, on the slopes of Mount Wilson, the Highlands, ono ot the residential th suburbs ot Louisville, waa mado appar- ing franchise recently granted by Wa- unharmed. ent when tho Women's Local Option clty.of Lexington to tho Kentucky The men passed through a series ot League was formed to work for the ter, Heating nnd Illuminating Co. was hardships, the details of which have hot tho Midland Electric been learned. Arriving at K I "dry" faction In the coming election ttansferrcd to tier's Co., which Is erecting a plant to bo Camp, they were provided with horses, UUcy, a young opened about July 1. Albany, Ky. Frank and began to descend from there to Pus farmer, and Harrison Tompkins, sol adeim over a tortuous and slippery Ky. Friends of Senator Louisville, dler In tho United States army, entrail. In l.oulvllo and rated In a dispute as to which was the Wllllum O. Bradley Railway Tax Case Settled. better marksman, and Tompkins waa In Kentucky aro throwing their ho, jihot in the hend by Illley, who es In the air over tho understanding which Atlanta, fla. Unc cuse brought by It Is said the senator and President the Statu of Georgia against the Cen caped. Taft have. had. The announcement tral ot Georgia Railway, for back taxes IwlsvIlle, Ky. Now that It Is cer- from Washington that Oen, Iwson due on 13,000 shares of Western Rail tain that Judge William II. Holt, of Reno, Senator Bradley's campaign way of Alabama stocky was settled here this city, is to be sent as minister to manager, Is to be appointed collector Tuesday by agreement. Tho State gets Switzerland ta succeed Brutus J. Clay, of Internal revenue at OwcnBboro to $42,086.82, the county of Chatham $02,. It Is learned that a fight Is to bo be succeed E. T. Franks Is taken to moun 773.80, and the city of Saauiiuh $1U0. gun at once for tho scalp of Leslie that tho senator Is to havo a big say which Includes all tuxes on stock who Is now In tbo distribution of Kentucky pa- 140.34, Combs, of Lexington, up to and lucludlng 190S. tronage. American minister to 1'cru. CAN GET $3,000 A WEEK. Lexington, Ky. Judge Curtis F. Bup Morganllcld, Ky. Charles J, New Theatrical Manager Makes Willie Whitla mun, one of the most prominent cltl nam, 89, died at ins isome in Ho was assistant secretary ot Generous Offer, zens of this city, died here. .Mr. New memCincinnati. Managers Zelgler and An man had been for years In the tobacco tho treasury under Grant and a business here, although he had rot I red ber of tbe constitutional convention in derson, of tbo Columbia Theater, havo recently from active work. He was an 1S90. He was statu senator many sent to the parents of Willie Whitla, of the Methodist years. Ho was a graduate of Yale and the boy Just teeovered from kidnapers, active-- membor was a classmato of Taft' father. an oner or s.i.yoo per week for an en church. gagement of three weeks, to have the l.avliiKton Kv. C. K Dllllnes. of uoy uppcur ai tne regular performances Paducah. Ky. Practically all the funds neevskttry for llio completion ot Cleveland, O., announced that he will In their vuudollle house here and at The the the confederate luonumont in i.augt it prubably go to Europe this summer Indianajiolls ami Dillon, that do with raised by the Tan day con with a string of trotters. Ixm may so atrical manager the case would the inter-e- t moused in muko tha trotting turf, ducted by the United Daughters of tho the queen ot the lad a very vaiuuuie attraction. along for exhibition purposes. Confederacy C92.-000 dlstln-gulshr- A young friend cTtr.15, vlvlal sort of a ttfnV cently. ami y 'v'. ST(1 w lt week, unon rrei. lb. went home raVefc.;'; I kept two for himself I Of course . she iho.ir.ht . ir. nui in h '" '. it e, a end ot th H only two dollus. kw , Doctor Monk Did those mustard self. ' plasters that I left seem (o relievo lha "Sow im t,,... i . pains In your chost to any consider- J:"n' dog root ablo going t0 mans., 0B Ostrich Well, no; I can't say (hat they hare; but (apologetically) Pre "I don't know t m eaten only flvo ot them I ,t llrM tt St.... terrible time of it Us, Piecing Out the Praytr. Of curious prsyors a writer says! "I Gen, but wasn't he th, E, have heard a layman utter this petition ......... m.iuq AlXtll. bo thou during the prayer: 'O, Ith us In our tipslttlngs an our down- Flerv CAnrf... rlslncs' a variant of the text In tbo In a Canadian 'iwnsf';, t my downslt psalms. 'Thou knowest a dry goods firm ting nnd mine uprisings.' A minister the morning In the sf--t .. . occasionally Introduced a Ittln sen w tence Into bis prayer, and forthwith vcrtlsement In a proceeded to translate. It. Another min"We desire to eitetn .... ister tn his early days experienced considerable difficulty with tho long prayer loss by fire and to fir-- , ii. -' u .i" . before tho sermon. In nonconformist inm witir anairs mtr tt churches this usually occupies a quar justed as to enahls then toU ter of an hour, but long before this pe- business without nM- -. i... ct . riod had been reached he was wound up. On ono occasion, while In this di Naturally So, lemma, ho startled his hearers with the "That new p.sjr (, o panned out we'.j words! 'And now, O Lord. I will "Why " unto thco a little anecdotal'" ' M I .,..., dlin.l '!( a Ird, l! t- -. t-- ro-lat- Examine carefully every bottto of CASTORIA a safo and suro remedy for Infants and children, nnd sco that It Important to Mothers. "ItPPAUSX It S'l - w 1 llCARTER'Sl In Use For Over :iO Years. I Tho Kind You I faro Always nought I A Dad Break. ' SllrnMuroofJ" OIUIV r m snin I1CAUAU tks k tlttl. k .tl "That was a bad break Dr. Orcsm inado." "What was ItT" "He advised our traveling man to give up work for a whllo and travel Th.r r.ralt SMALL PILL. for his health." Detroit Free Press. Young America. Dad Do you know what happens to llttlo boys that tell lla? Tad Yep. If they tell good ones. they get away with It. Cleveland I XslH B iver PILLS. lha kr I "5 II.. . l w . v. SMALL DOSE. SUlllf CARTERSI I lBiTTtr I VER II nil I i W r SUBST leader. I'lt.Kt l'lli:i) IN (I TO 14 !.IT. VkTO l)INTMINTlirirml4 to ear r rM ot luktw. hum. iitodiiw or iruuilf Wim js so. Sluliasisur i HtrUSt ' r Minn. 14. Nine men out of a posslblo ten wear a snd look after they bato been mar- rled a ear. sWiothlnc Smiw FerffaU4a ItrUitnf. sofuts lh rum, radsfM , slu apa, com w4mii Ba Simula, j $1 S. - FOR IlLLUJU iivii sui rain ixt A HALFTONC tNSRJlY Mr. Wlnslnw's it li ILS l. CUT K .iNtsl M LU If LB Ll IU The Commonwealth The professional tramp never tures bis tire. punc- nnnnnv Mriv titsniTt: n o irora Oman's ntimonts ro invitci to wnio to 1 mo Tumor llamoiriHl. (.aiesco, 111 -- Mis. Alts s Biltnf, U Ims-AnKlmv, ' IJndl.jr, Klo.l.T. Ksns.Mrs. Hi.lU OltTord tltatoso. JVoll. S'.Y.-M- rs. S.J. lUiUr. Win. llnnilitmi. VrnlllllU. N.Y.-M- rs. alilwsukM, Wls.-M- is. uiu 1m, kil Itl bU, OVraw. Boulh Vegdtnblo Coninmnd locs euro feiunlo ills. INtlnrul rvrlow. T 0hn,AU.Msi,w a Ia) t? ckiruu. lil.-Wiubln. Mis Tel..' J Ml.li.-- M s. I' L Vrc(ntati v a a s.. SJTMJi4. VUIU" Koh, U far.lt !(.!, Chsnraof InJ.-J- its. HUMt. rs. Itrwisfl.M, K.uln.ky.-l- rt. rUisli Uitulguoiit, Csrtlv 10U 8. UiiU llcllsiMt. ftl Mfsw ..f ril atidui, nr.. Uta tisrnfl RltML I. .., iuuw " an i - rjillM.lj.bU. Kswukui Wb. Somstrllls, IM lslrsoD, NJ.-M- rt. llsmbnrgb Al.uu. Mrs. K. n. Oirrctl, iOJ KotkUrtil Htrtt, !. s.J -... . . WocMtUr, lus. Mrs. JxtIi OoU, 117 SdUlhfiM mrst. ln.L-.lDjlni,ll.HirMt. A. 1. Andsrsoa, XM r. I'rsU W. K. Ills Kus, l's.-M- rs. . Atwstcr HUtloo, O.-jkntoii Ua.lhsnnt Clnrlnnstl, Oblo.-M- n. K. II. MsJ4ock, 3li (lllUill Atsnao. Mntrrnllr Trlils. rlsr, MrrtU D.Iloo. t)hli, LaUoon, .. ra.-)i- - Mis. us Jiaii i w " lllrl. .II.Ia 11.11. is. IXwIllTlll, N.V Jolinilown.N Ioj.lor, Ohla.-Mr- Mrs. A. A. Mhcm, Bai Ul, iri.ii.ii VUc.Dnfs.Iiia -- M.aji. Ost.lln.r, ii. Kn. laiiia.-- tr. . ... K. JlsloStrwt. rs. Ilarwutlsv, N.Shihu, tOS "' ' . - .tl - a " ar 8. A. Pst.r IntsDtha. Avotil OtMrallnna. IItrap.t.s.1, M.t.-M- rs. .Iu. II. DsiuIt. AJrUp. Us. Lsns V. Msiirr, Hnut So. 3. ladUnaiulls, Iiul.-- Uul V. lllsr, SH South AUHIWII D( I V. IuUTlll,Kr.-Mrs.8snilM,aS-nurt- rblla.l.lhU. tl.rt.! HII..L ill iii'ii' rs. I'a.-H- ia Wrakltri- ,r. .1. 'vrlllllnntlc,CuUll.- -'' at. ..... ..... W- 'hwuth Wssl Harbor, Maliia. Mrs. Ulllao IbibbUs, MU l.lhl rltatlnn. XUUM. Mich. -- Mrs. Krlcds KuMuau, CM MsUtsia Atsoua, Gmnaa. Motlar. .Orjsinto Illt.-M- rs. nttitaniat. MarV Hall. .Mama- .- Mrs. . rnnWa Aienua. tMottriiia. lien. unn-J- i"' Kila. ' lUarar Kalll. !'- -. llucklaiul, - .... ! v UW ti Msllwums, Iowa. men-mon- I."--- !' ralrrhan.fa.-Mr- fc Kurt llunt.r, ra -- Mrs. ky.i).No,i. Mrs. Clara WaUruuuu, Karl. l'a,-- M; At lUrdilown. Kr.-H- r.. Hall. -U i Vltoiia, w. Lawliton, Malna. Mrs. Il.urr Cloutl.r. H . Oiford Ncrsims rrt'"-TUlanaapnlls, Minn. Mrs. Juhn O. il(.ldau, HIUHacona Hlrcat, N. Bbsmruck, Mu.-Ju- sU lUm, U.T.IK Ka. II 1 tywel. .... .....ifjlost. Matlton, H J.-M- rs. Oso. Jordj. Rout No. 3, U..ialHlmrL HosW. Iry - if Chaatar, Ark.-M- rs. K1U Wand. ChrUtlllsui-l- lr T. A. Urlbli. Oellla. Oa.-M- rs. .... . 1'eiiJlalon, liul.-M- rs. May Msrihsll.Tt R.4t. irs. vauiuriufs, Kama JlmUoU.r, a it lMtiir W, Uf?" . 1.. ThlWO rv..nwMiiid tOCui" vT. tl.n liUIIUi. Ill IjVUliS is ir..i.i i in II Fa y H V UUUULlllU lllll"'-- IIIU (lbilMKI'S. nVArnirvlVt'dCimil"-""- : Nnt mm - nf. tliiu.i-nmni- i .. . . . 1 r. . iiiil uiv n.4. U 8trt. Joh a.m. HSJ'.rJ - , i.ir : liili iiilt Limn wn uiiniiin mini- - tn rtiitin twipniiRii t uiT...II.. r.1"'-- .. I ..v.m . .. . ' . . o r ill.,,, nriiii- BtatomonU nuufo in our ndvertlscmouts reanllu iw """ trum aim notuln but tuo truth. 11 ' ... .. M I'. . H "" Couib bjrnp. IB III! la tbn.. Aoii I silts UuuJ. liv drurt (,ne. lllharuU k04 a -iiririsi-i- 'b H- -s sssrs- wmakes fauui. --.i- ' i:nin ur uiniHi n .1 . FIDU DULY WARNED. armors and Hants t 15 Sank thought She Had Tested the Oyster. Dora, the pet of the household, was very fond of oysters, and after eating tier lunch of oysters nnd crackers she sewTnff machine." Cllnfon Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ABSOLUTE Other SAFEI THE BASIS.... W11 Mrs. Meyer to Lead Cabinet Social Set WA8IIIN0T0N ' That we oiler to depositors. Inducements are of secondary importance. - II"" fiiinrflntec i,jc Ml we Solicit Votir Palronaec. J. A. BUCHANAN, President n ' riindur.nl. TltOflPSON, Cashier. . t "xTSjrftori" DIRECTORS O. D. Threlkald. J. W. At. H-Dr, J, M. Hubbard. Ialer, ..at U III iun nmnvccT uriv rn IS BY TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE FOR RATES TELEPHONE MAHAQER Mr. OTIY TO LOCAL mum ' TciPPunHF iMCAIMIifll tfi prridii nn. .. IWill Build YouaHome ON HASV .MONTHLY It will It will 1 PAYMENTS. to Investigate this plan. interest yeu If you are paying rent. pay you iHnt ttrt.iish t ill the cnlr coronWt. Una of bulljlos' material, builder. haroV r.J door, to te found Id Iba city. My prices are right. You . cad and J Next to cabinet Reed, Is named after his father's for tnnat InfnrnaHnf. mer partner In Pittsburg. nnd Influential phase of ndmlnlatratlon Mrs. MacVeagh, though perhaps the Hfo In Wellington concerns tbo cabi- oldest of tho cnblnct wives, will add net wives. Interest tp Washington society. Shf TIlO social lender uf thn rnlilnet nn. Is a woman of culturo and attractive doubtcdly will bo Mra. Moyer, She presence, a lavish entertainer, deeply nu airs, Knox have bad much experi- Interested In economic subjects, and ence In official llfn unit Iholr possesses an acquaintance that exIn Washington nro already oatabllahod tends around tho world. a gntnenng piacos or exclusive Sho Is tho daughter of Henry S. Karnes, a former banker of Chicago, Tbo years that Mr. Meyer spent and for many years sho has takrn a abrond while her husbnnd was prominent part In tho social affairs ol at Ilonio and St. Petersburg that city save her wide acquaintance In contiMrs. Dickinson, wife of the new nental aoclcty, with tho result that on of war, Is a southern woman, going to Washington two years ngo Nashville, Tcnn.. being her home, alaho welcomed In her homo tho diplo- though for the last ten years sho hat matic corpa nnd many foreign visitors. passed most of her timo In Chicago, Tho Mlascs Julia and Alice- Meyer whero her husband's legal business nro very attractlvo and charming required his presence. Her two eldest young women, whoao society Is sought sons are settled In distant cities, but by many admiring men. There will bo her youngest, now a student at Yale, many social functions In tho Meyer will bo seen later In Washington. X. homo during the Tnft administration. Mr. Ilalllnger, wife of tho secretary Mrs. Knox, by vlrtuo of her hus- of tho Interior, had a year's expert-encTravel expands the mind, but con A good sermon Is often spoiled by a In Washington band's position, takes precedence at official llfo re- bad dinner. tracts tbo cockctbook. tho head of tho cabinet womon. Her cently whllo her husband was comhome In K street Is ono of tho flno missioner of public lands, a suborhomes of Washington, having been dinate position In tho department built by tho late Gcorgo W. Chllds which ho now heads. She Is a New and purchased several years ago by England woman transplanted to the the present secretary of state. far northwest Tho Ilalllnger family consists of Ileforo her marrlngo Mrs. Knox was Miss Lillian Smith, daughter of A D. two "eons. Tho cider, Edward, Is folSmith, president of ono of Pittsburg's lowing In tho footsteps of his father at Williams college. Tho younger, iteel companies. The three Knot boys arc namod Ttlchard, n lively youngster, will probeed, Hugh and Philander. Jr, They ably bo n companion for tho energetic ire actlvo young men. Tho eldest, Charlie Taft. more beautiful roses are The now secretary of commerce and labor, Charles Nagcl of St. Louis has ficial ones, and though may be fashionable for pale been twico married. The present Mrs. Nagcl was Miss Anna Shipley ot St. people to use the rouge pot, the results are more Louis, whom tho secretary married In 1895. They have four children, all you will follow the more and lasting, qulto young Mary, Edith, Charles fashion and take Cardui. and Anne. Mrs. Nagel Is devoted to her children and her home. Uquld-KRV- large oyster, put It In a plate and carried It Id her mother, who, pleased with her llttlo daughter's thoughtful-nest- , ate the oyster and said: "It la most as good as ray little girlie." "Yes," answered Dora. "I know It Is Look hero. Fldo. If vnu can't hn a good 'came I licked It all the way from better hnr.n thnn thl. T ahull in the kitchen." The Delineator. discharge you an' get an autoniobllot" And It Was Overruled. 8ex Question. Judge Hoar and Gon. Duller were Ilcnham Tho paper tells of opponents In a case of a new trial. Oea. jroman whoso dress Was made of post Duller quoted: "Eye for eye, skin for age stamps. skin, tooth for tooth, yea, all that av Mra. Ucnham I thought postage man hath,, will be give for his life." To stamps wsro used only on malt matter. which Judge Hoar replied: "Yes, the devil quoted that once before In a moFor Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. tion for a now trial," Thn best fne nrtnn nnt PnU. la Hlcka' Capudlno. Ilelleve. th aching and lied, reverl.hneM. Cure. th cold Headaches nelleved Weak, 'Weary, WlerT Eren by Murine Ere Itemedy, Com alao. If. cU lmmedlatcly-1- 0, pounded by Experienced Phy.lclan.. ConJJ and Wc ot Drue Store.. form, to Iure Food and Drug I.nw. Murine Doesn't Smart; Soothe. Kye Tain. A Cold Deal. Try Murine In Your Kye.. At Druggi.ts. "And so he made a cool million?" Every time a married man lets out "Yep, cornered tho Ico market."- -' Yalo Kecord. the remark that he Is froo from worry and care, other married men give him Depew's After Dinner Pills cures nil the merry grin. 5 days' treatment for 10 cents. liver Ills. Mailed to any address. U.K. Walker A pessimist need. Garfield Tea, the Herb laxative which regulate, the liver, correct, Drug Co., Corinth, Miss. constipation and bring, good health and Adversity Is a searching test of good .pirita. friendship, dividing tho sheep from the A man's Idea of values depends oa goats with unerring accuracy; and this whether ho wants to buy or sell. Is a good service. John Watson, D. D. OM.T OSK "IinOMO QtfIK., Tlmm i1Un.VMI.V... Tli.tl. I.AXATIVH I1IIOMOUU1M1NK. Ixjok f at Tares tlre4,arhiDtf. i.rtUnc f eet. 25c Trl.lMck.a-- . tha signature ot K.AV. (IIIOVK. Used tba ,Vorl4 fraa. A.B.01mlnl,lHol.N.r. orcr tu Var. Cold In On Uar. jnyir(buy oJedeAfShesoTectHl aathcr nfca h... Why Paint? far Natural than arti it at tractive natural if -- Absolutely THE BEST- riillionairc Canned Goods. Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. u. whan In nn d of GHOCEHIE3, ...OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND .. . Cost of Conducting the White House discussion In both tho sertato and houso In tho late congress over tho question of raising tho salary of tho president, makes tho question of tho cost of running tbo executive establishment one of particular Interest at tho present time. Hero Is tho Whlto Houso budget for tho current THE Heinz's Cd oa or telephone FRESH MEATS year: Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle HICKMAN Fuel S M.OCO 1're.ldenl". .alary Clerk titra ,y) frmtlncent fund 3,000 I'rr.lJenf. traveling eipen.e. 3.000 Maintenance Whlto IIouh hone., , vehicle., eto , 3,000 While Hou.e ground. i wn Repair ot sreenlinu.e. Crln'tln. Invitation., etc Ughttng Whlto Ilou.e ground. Total 3renhou.e s.000 s,(W) M0 J, 000 2.000 131,00 MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Succe.ior to I). 0. Ramage, decoaaed.) Tlarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO. HICKMAN. STONB WORK ot all kinds. IRON PGNCINO. t : : In splto of theso accessory helps, Sowovor, tho salary proper baa proved a scant subsistence with the scalo ot entertaining demanded by present itandards. Tho state dinners, of which thero ire three each year, cost 'more than 12,000. Tho cabinet dinner, beginning the season, averages between 1100 and 500. Tho diplomatic dinner, the most pretentious of all, averages about $1,200. Tho dinner to tho supremo court, for which, llko tho cabs inet dinner, there are about forty Invited, costs about tho samo per-ion- KENTUCKY amount. At the diplomatic dinner tho number Is usually about ninety, and for this, as all other largo nffalrs, the services of a caterer are required. All luncheons and dinners of less than 40 guests are managed by tbo regular domestic staff at tho White Houso. There are on an average threo a week. At each stato reception tho guests invited to the bluo room, generally about eighty In number, aro entertained at supper at the close of the ,Tbcse affairs cost about M00 each. . Tho dinners of courtesy to visiting foreigners and Important government officials depend largely upon tho rank of tho visitor. Tho expenso of all tbeso Is borne by tho president. The president's secretary has tho entlro chargo of tho offlco and tho clerical staff. The chief usher keeps a close watch on tho carotakcrs of tho entlro first floor, no tourist visitors being admitted until the morning dusting Is finished. Tho steward purchases all supplies and looks nftcr tho basement. Tbero are a cook, assistant cook, butler and pantry men. Tho laundry is a chargo of Undo Sam, llkewlso the furnishing and care of tho linen, china, sliver and flowers. President ItoosevcK brought his own riding horses from Sagamore Hill, llkewlso bis carriages. Tho scrvico at the White House is a government expenso and Is sufficient for all practical purposes. Thero aro always personal attendants for tho family, who are paid by tbo president. The appropriation ot $25,000 for traveling expenses hasbcon necessary, a president cannot travel as a private citizen, alone or alono with his family, but ho must bo accompanied by a large retlnuo of secrot scrvico men, his secretary, stenographer and personal friends. since Cardui enriches the blood, through the nervous system, the main connecting link of which, is in the womanly organs, like the exchange board of a line. tele-phono CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "Cardui is all the doctor N". OH 150 writes Mrs. Ilex. "It is the finest Amanda Frye, of Montoya, medicine for women that ever was. I cannot say too much for it. It helped me and also my mother, who had been suffering for three years from the change of life. I advised her to take Cardui and now sho has taken one bottle and it has helped her and she feels like a different woman." Try Cardui. It will help you. Sold everywhere. Buy a bottle today. I want," Mlrionnft Qtnhho uiiuuuiiuuuiuuUu ; Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's These New Towns in the Northwest All Need Men Hundreds ol new towns are springing up all over the Pacific Northwest. The big, easy fortunes being made from fruit, are making these towns farming and grow fast. They all need men who know trades they need you, whether you have money to invest or not. Never, in the history of America, has the man who works with his hands had such a chance to make money, as is oHcrcd in the west today. stock-raising, Helen Taft, New Belle of White House has HELEN In her father's footsteps In rhooslng her1 most Intimate friends In Washington from tho "nrmy set." What Gon. Moll and Gen. Clarence Edwards are to tho new president, young HEIUION TAFT indlca llko Miss Ayloshlro nnd Miss Webster aro to his only daughter. At the same tlmo sho has formed many closo friendships at school, and these ties aro bringing Miss Taft an number of Invitations to dovote her vacations to houso parties, nnd will result In tbo presence of many youthful residents of muny different cities whon tho tlmo comes for Miss Tnft to make her debut in tho Whlto Houso something for which Mrs. Taft has as yet planned but tenhope that this social inaugural can bo deferred for a year or two, becnii3o tho now president, who is vastly proud of his brilliant and studious daughter, will be disappointed if sho does not fulfill tin promlso made at her entry, whon, as mentioned, sho won tho prlxo for highest honors In tho cntranco examine Hons. The now White Houso belle Is, like her mother, a member of tho Episcopal church. Sho was reared In tMs atmosphcro of t.iat denomination, al most her first schooling, save for that of Gorman and English tutors, having been obtained at tbo Cathedral School for Qlrls. Sho was confirmed by tho late Illihop Satterlee In a class that also Included Miss Ethel Hoosovelt and the Misses Julia and Alice von Meyer, daughters ot tho present ipostmaster general. At Murray Tlay, Miss Tuft attended tho union church represent ing fusing ot all the denominations la the little Canudlan church, and now sho and her mother will becomu occu pants ot the presidential pew, vacated by Mrs. lloosevclt and Miss Ethel In prin-cipall- DENTISTS. Tonsorial Parlors Halt In Hickman. Hot and cold tmtlu; olectrlo llght and fana, hydraulic chair and oterjtblnj for comlort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jonet' Cafe. ".Kj CtlOD C Ay St' bundls," Otlli in i I LAND Ha Air (H, duuk More FOR SALE W. t.. -" """- U, A. You Are Losing Money Every Day You Stay in the East East, You would not stay another day In tho worn-oit you knew even ball the truth about tho great 1'acltic Northwest. Families, who went there penniless S years ago, aro spending: this winter In California. They bought good land at low prices paid for it gradually today aro Independent. Opportunities are greater now than ever, because tbo country is moro developed. Ask us on a postal to tend you our f reo book, tellmg-yoWe'U all about Oregon, Idaho and Washington, there. alto tell you what it costs to ut Splendid Selectioa . . . Hoth city nml farm property at reasonable, prices. If you have real estate for sale, let us get you u buyer. ADDRESS: tatively. , o books, Stationery, Post Cards, Cist lady of tho Tho Innd oxpocts her only daughter to a Whlto Houso dobutanto, ot course, but sho has also expressed tho newly-chose- Notions, Etc "rythlnjj flfff E. L. LOIY1AX. Hickman Courier Realty (ifl IllekiuhUf Kentucky. St John's, tho quaint, Omaha. Nob. C. P. A anfBerenrJes&Company nud exclusive "court church" which rears Its red tower directly across tut park from tbo White Huiwtt. M. V. U. Griffey Dead. Martin Vm Karen Griffey, a fa miliar figure in our midst and one of the few remaining types of pioneer manhood, died at his home in the lower bottom, Saturday, after a short illness of pneumonia. Despite his 72 years, ie was active until death, but his advanced years made him an easy victim of pneumonia. Mr. Griffey had for a number of years looked after Hon. R. T. Ty. ! ler's plantation, near Sassafras Ridge. He came here from HickPrevious man county about 189S. to his coming here, he was engaged Prices good until In business in Clinton, but owing to hearing becoming defective, rehis Snlurday, APRIL 10th tired from commercial activities Since then he has been managing the Tyler plantation, and was a splendid Corset Covers overseer. He was held in high esteem by our people, and was recognized as one of the staunch and trusted men of this county. Deceased was born and reared on the old Levi farm, near Moscow, and according to his request, was buried in the family burying grounds there Sunday. Of a family of nine children six brothers and three He is sisters all are now dead. survived by one son, Marthenylrif-fey- , Li a variety of styles, and all who resides in the same neigh- worth 35 cents or more, QC borhood. Zuc price Mr Griffey was a member of the Christian church, and was one of Range those plain, sensible, honest men, Quick Meal Gasoline never fail to command the love and who respect of his fellow man. He was firm and true in his friendships, and will be missed among his larg; circle of friends. Thus ends a long, useful career. Peace to his soul. Ellison Bros. 2nd Weekly On the Streets I Miss Maud Kirk has been on the sick list. Garden see d. Bettersworth & Heard Prather. The Burned To Death. While raking up and burning some dry weeds in her garden, Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. A. G. Kimbro, Sr , of Crutchfield, walked too near the blaze and her dress caught fire. Before she could reach the house, where assistance could be had, her clothing became a mass of flame, and her body was so horribly burned that death resulted Wednesday. Her suffering was most intense, and death was as horrible as can be imagined. "Mrs. Kimbro was about 78 years Kitchen Saw of age, and was one of the widely ladies of this county, being known connected wfth one of its oldest and best families. She is survived by her husband and six children A. G Cimbro, the Steel Blade with strong well known liveryman of this city, 25. . and Allie Kimbro ; and four daugh- frame ters, Mesdames Hiram Kearby, Harvey House, Henry McClellan Chair Seats and D. Molston. besides numerous grandchildren and other relatives In all sizes and through the county. She was an shapes at of J. W. Morris, Circuit Clerk. aunt Burial took place Wednesday at 3 Rock Springs, in the presence of a large numberof relatives and friends. Deceased was a good, christian This Beautiful Clock woman. The bereaved family and friends have the sympathy of theentirecom-munit- y in their geat loss. street sprinkler has been started again. Miss Fannie Linder was here Fri day shopping. Lawrence Coombes was here Tues day on business. H. F. Remely was in Uulon City and Columbus Tuesday. Bob Buchanan is visiting his un cle, H. Buchanan and wife. Take Plant has moved from the lower bottoms to East Hickman. To help with HAND WANTED my dairy business. Apply to A. II c Leet. W. S. Barkett, of Fulton, visited A. S. Barkett in West Hickman this week. Call 38 it puts you in touch with the home of good groceries delivered promptly. G. W. Baldridge and.Mlss Blanche Spicer, of Wingo, were married at Fulton Sunday-MrsD. A. Allrn and Mrs. Claude Adams, of Union City, are the cueils of Mrs. Calicut. Mrs. Kate Burrus, of State Line, visited J. W. Rogers and family a few days last week. Henry Travis and wife, have re turned from a visit to friends and relatives at Fulton. Miss Launle Lancaster, of Par sons, Tenn., is the guest of J. R. Houston and family. Mrs. C. H. Hoore and little daughter are visiting relatives in Union City this week. Services at the Methodist church Tust exactly like this cut for $11. next Sunday at 11 a. m. and "7:30 Other Quick Meal Ranges in smaller p. m. Everybody Invited. sizes than this at $7.50 and $n.50 W. J. Barry has purchased a rubat ber tire machine, and is prepared to renew the tires of any make of bug- A Stoett Line Special Sale Of ...Mens Furnishings We're proud of the superb styles of beautiful effect in Shirts, Neckwear and thing clie that comes under the heading of men's dress accessories. ever)-, 41-2- Everything in this department can be depended on as the best of its kind. yourself the justice of looking over our stock before buying your Spring outfit Do Just received another shipment of Wilson Bros, special made Shirts in medium and light colors patterns up to the minute, $1.00 to $2.50 each If more men knew the merits of our special line of Neckwear, 'twould be the of the town. Nobby shapes in plain and fancy colorings for Spring. talk of . Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, etc, in the latest and best. see our Spring line of Furnishings. You miss it if you fail to 'Walkoier' Iki 'Bradley & Parham M taf h Brownsville. Willlim. n..l . rauuean, mis veeic Ran f. J. ness. llavlnir ilecldrd to enter into the stock.ralsln busirealise that lbs first essential thin loilotu to rt itood stock to breed to; that thli would five us slock that would at all tlmre sell on the mrkl, as we have It. well as being useful. We believe eo mrougn nere idetaiy -. i . . . I. DMf O .V. k . ing school here, th.s Rev. Methenv. Crvttil. It: was in Brovnsviue, Tcftdir i i rL iff- - r.ii- - c is visiting friends n Bromrt t gy- thl Pnrln'i I a Tnnpt - rA mitt tit" rpianvri nrai iimi an JiiJiCaT' c:; Kev. Hint? V t "Pasco" Co wgill's Drug Store. We had to change the name but it is still tne best drink at any soda fountain. C. L. Walker and wife, and Miis Frankye Reid went to Cairo Sunday returning on the new towboat Tuet-day. -a wi.i Li. mi urmx 9 Tl C. r. church, bunday. r n . L .J persons from Hickrnin atteutd. n eH Virt , Mi Route Five. Mrs. Howell Hicks is very sick with erysipelas. Born to the wife of Will Council, one day last week, a girl. Miss Ruth Strothers spent Sunday with Misses Callie and Bettie Barnes. A fine time keeper, worth $A .75 Geo. Donnell and wife, of Clay at least $7 50 .. . T ton, spent Sunday with Robert Spritzer and wife. Turkish Towels Miss Ida Gore, of Crystal, is spending a week with Buck Escue and family. Buck Escue and daughter, Nellie Lee, made a flying trip to Union , City, Saturday. Herman and Bert Howard spent Saturday night with Chess Williams and wife, of Clayton. Joe Vaught's family and mother, of Crystal, spent Saturday night with Billie Vaught and family, of this In great, big size, even terry, and place. you never saw sncn toweis 9, Ed Wright, of Hickman, preach at. ed a very fine sermon at Roger's school house, Sunday morning. A 5 Qt. Slew Pan large crowd attended. Christian Church. Pastor M. L. Blaney has been ask. ed to explain the scripture statement The wind bloweth whrre it listeth and thou hearest the sound thereof, but cannot tell whence it cometh nor Beautiful Blue and White Enamel whither it goeth ; so is everyone that is born of the spirit;" which he will ware on heavy steel base, Q JLO do by using the picture of the taber each nacle prepared in colors of white and purple and gold, Sunday evening 10 Qt. Pails 7 :J0. All questions wiu oe lairiy considered. At the morning service In good quality of 11 o'clock. Mr. Blaney will answer tin his peo- the question, "Did God give r I ...I.L.t I. tUtnm.)ll see text, Isiah 62 :2. 9c Point, Tenn , last week and spent a few days with bis family. "Uncle" Paul Wonwck, an aged llarky of this city, died last week. Sam Salmon came up from Hales Ellison Bros. Hickman, Ky. Mrs. Ei J. Mason and daughter, Miss Myrtle, of Memphis, are visiting her brother, J H. Nelson and family. Tom Kays has returned from Columbia, Tenn , where he moved his family, and will make this his home again. Miss Irene Faris has joined her mother, Mrs. Florence Faris, at where they are visiting Mrs. Roy McKinney. Mrs. Logan Duiguid and little daughter, of Fulton, have been visiting her parents, Green Walker and family In West Hickman. FOR SALE OR TRADE Grist mill, on cor. Carroll and Kentucky streets ; good paying business. For particulars see J. R. Brown before you are too late to get a bar c gain. Clyde Vlck and Lorenso Overby, two sailors who were with the battleship fleet on its cruise around the world, have been in Hickman for several days. Vick was a member of the crew of the Minneapolis. Overby has purchased his discharge and will probably remain here. were Nine negro crapshoolers caught on S. L. Dodds east farm Sunday and tried before Judge Nay-lo- r Monday. Finis Wllford, G. Collins, Chas. Jackson, Geo. Smith, Will Quitty and Dave Walker were fined $20 each, Wes Phillips and Geo. Brown were fined $30 each, and H. Williams was fined S25. Nimrod Walker, wife and daughter, Miss Myrtle, arrived in Hickman Tuesday, and will make their future home here, having rented one of the new houses lately built on the Ellison Hill. Mr. Walker will be lumber inspector for the Mengel Box Company here. He has been with that Company for the past twenty years. We welcome these people to Hickman. The Lyric Theatre this week has been drawing good crowds on of an extra bill the managers have been carrying the five Every night's performance has been good. Next week a troupe of eight people will be the attraction. The prices aie 10 and 20c, and these prices will hold good next week. Besides the vaudeville, Dillon & Cox are giving their patrons two reels of motion pictures. Everyone that has been sayt it Is too much for the money. h, 42-2's. . vj. m ri ' WW...; m in Ubtoa ... V IJirnii- - f inrt Mill X T jniuva " A I1IV I nth at .Vic rftilfnctd e Bnier, t eat ... - irta r 1 u 1 . ifirp ri rsr. ' r 'Mi ill 1V SN SS SS OC JJ f5 tiyt . 55 SE KG V; N S3 SN NS In Combination Htalllon , goes all the ealts ami worki well to anything. US hands hlfh. compact built, line mane anil tall, anil a rtne breeder. 1(1 colts show for tbrmselvei. lie Is rood enoixh for u to breed marti to that we have refuted ltd (or each. TKIIMHl HOdoIlartto Insure living colt, payable with 11 month note or contract. DOCTOR KING Illack Jack with white points, 164 bands hitch HTANUAHIl MKAHUHK; wetshs llflo pounds i S years old. nerved It marcs at S year-oland foaled l rolU. Uro Iniie tml very active and baa hair equal to a horse. We bought this lack lor our own ue. but to those we call accommodate we will make the swwon at lltO to Insure, with II months note or contract. JXRSKr BVLL Thoroughbred Jersey Hull, bred (or milk and butter. Terms; In advance. The stock will b at our east (arm. loo mile east o( Hickman. Ky. All care will be taken to prevent ao- rldents, but will not be responsible should any occur. For mares at distance, can (urnlsh pasture at T&o per week, payable when stock It returned. We are always In the market (or young mulu and horse colts. VKTO-llln- I J f- a . W A h ek lor officiating. Will Wed April N 15. Cardi are out annouacinr d SS rip toAscher S JStJ Elwood Mear.o local soaety tS JJSJ im tunch 5K xiuuuatu. tut V are both popular in diuchter of Dr and Mti. J. K fJS! 524 VlllC I J . 55 mfk A. ncuc H ' P Baikidilt, i anrt Mfl Sue HfEtJi . J fK tt.u. Hi.. . wuiuii on . Wi tnn k J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co., (Inc.) Hjckman, Kentucky, 1 0. j lives wno auenaeu ue Caldwell, Tuesday T.nlher TumDOW - ,,i from Arkansas Mablt.M John Stowe's More at .ti nin " is. Easter Clothes For the Boy the nppcarance her boy will appreciate our offerings in Boys Clothes. and k We have those Staunch, sturdy, hoys on ttractive Suits in just the styles popular with mothers. well-mac- of a- fellows, We have Norfolks and blouses for the little large boys. knicker-bocker- s and straight pant suits for the Bring your boy in today. Prices arc very reasonable,"ranging from ; sa.60ioM rZ"Xn SMITH 8r AMBEKG jHIS PAPER hi GOES TO NO MAN ON CREDIT. THE HieKMHN COURIER. m KEBTDOIT IT STOPS WHEN YOUR TIME EXPIRES - A BLUR MARK HRRK mean that yonr nth scrlptlem has expired. It new promptly if job want the paper to eetna to you after thlt month ' U 0t SuccBsa' ThB CoUTieT has SpanUn' Good Team. Droasa tha HxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO.a-14- .rif if Gtn. TyUr U WCaTERW HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1909. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR J HBO Names aporuur. Meets Horrible Death. Robert Oscar Caldwell, a citizen and a good man of this city, met with a horrible accident last Thursday, resulting in his death Monday. About noon, Thursday, Mr. Cald well went down to the lower factory of the Mengel Box Co., for the purpose of learning when the mill would start to running again. After spending a few minutes in the engine room, he started to go into the main factory building, walking through what he thought was a small puddle of water on the floor. This innocent looking puddle of water on the floor was nothing less than a vat ol scalding water four feet deep, which had just been drawn from one of the engine boilers for some purpose, and Mr. Caldwell walked off Into it without kiiwJii.g what it was, going into the scalding liquid up to his waist. His cries brought Quincy Taylor, the saw filer, to his 'assist ance, and Taylor managed to pull him from the hole of water in which he was being literally cooked. The unfortunate man was hurried to his home, where, when his clothing was removed, the flesh came off with the garments. Dr. C. W. Curlin was called to administer to the sufferer, but his condition was so precarious that no hope of his recovery was en tertained. He suffered untold agony, and was only relieved when death came at 7 :40 Monday night. Mr. Caldwell was born in Withe county, Va., in 1848. In 1871 he came to Fulton county, and in 1899 he moved to this city, residing here since that date. He was united in marriage with Miss Alice Barksdale in 1871, and to whom were born six children, five of them now living William Caldwell and four daugh ters, Mrs. Annice Flynn, Misses Pauline, Rena, and Lilian all of Mrs. whom reside in Hickman. Caldwell also survives her husband. By trade deceased was a carpen ter, but ill health forced him to retire from this business several years ago. During the late war, he cast his lot with the "Lost Cause" and served with distinction until the end. For 26 years he has been a member of the Baptist church, and lived an upright, Christian life. He was a manly man, and his de parture will be deplored by mends and relatives alike. Funeral services were held at the family residence at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. Turkington, after which the remains were laid to rest in the City Cemetery. The Courier extends sympathy to the breaved ones. d, J''t"; "'." f sr. H A- lyier.o, MTFhii Commercial 'n , t :,MI,..V.;rreit Cavalry, ... . ,i ' Is nau'.ai!': ju.i Tw.r rJhliitall. Car cf 1 r;" f u ii i w i w ---- and H i Its l' - lV iHite M tnimti v. i ti i -- it me oauguici ui Carroll. She is A charming young derate daughter! . of a brave Con Mui Carroll hat t aidi yet, but will The Attractiveness Of Well Made Clothes!! An&; Suit for Easter? Why shouldn't you look as well as possible? In other words, why shouldn't you let us make you a suit? It can't be a matter of . pnee, because our prices are lower in proportion to the values offered than any other tailors. In addition to this, our clothes represent the last word in the art of perfect tailoring, and our stock of handsome fabrics is the largest ever shown in the city. Come today and look around. 1 9 1 tr i Why shouldn't you men want a perfedt fitting Tvr. i- .. srnroindeMn-chle- i V Fcrreil . - j!ry, 1 va 1 iti;;jcj e has to be tv.vori of the men r 500 honei it. r - Krresi mrouKu uic -,- - ihirr "Ocf t- W a lbe n, y, ana W ...r it t. lilt ce A rt.-- e cp 2 J J lv once iu, ana in a comer ne iibi Main wisn more be "unlon ,n mill can. Hjj Leadquarteri will be he H;ttl Jo, having already ...4 i :' Ten rnomi for hit be paid for out jS A.l r as will the rental UCT35: carriagei. iUl:.t jtt ihetr r torrest men will , u. .w . . l.,.,.ln.,t 'j' IvIt deiirei to have J t -- e Dlace to them -C- OUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Mrs. W. P. Taylor Dead. r, . - - - I. -- II - general executive List of property owners required to build concrete walks under ordi tLMrt. W. P. Taylor, of Fulton, 'ire. . j plil u iuiii u u w and formerly of this city, died at nance Introduced March 2 .id, 1909, and which ordinance will be brought il. t. her home la Fulton, at 11 o clock, up for final action on April 5th, 1909 sj Jm. Tyrt 3 now comldering a Monday morning, after a short ill- MrkUttUKIIIton, Houtb tide Oatlf tt Mret. J plpcrt property. . . t " 'i 0. 1 Hhumnte. it niBn 3 nicr n lima ii nets of pneumonia. 1!. K. l'ntlier, North lile I 1. I Li. J f t .)!. Travli. The deceased was, prior to her H.K.Onrtli. H has not reached marriage to Mr. Taylor, Miss Mil" !ct day i and Wett tide Fulton Strret T.T. Hwnyne. Bout h ildeTror Alley Mri. Iau lloneri, dred Wilson. She and her husband Mrs. H.T. IKTli, Obion Htrret Weil m. a m resided in .4 it Mm. ll.N.Oowtlll. Huckiuian Htrtet North the Dukedom neighbor MT t .t North old J. W. Cowglll. iI hood many years, moving from and Vt'ent tide Tennessee Street Mr.ti. Hherron ... J - I TT . i Houtb tide tl.N.IIelnu there to Hickman when her husband and East tide Union Htreet McOulcnan KtMe t pieces property J.W.Cowirlll. was elected County Clerk of this Ir. Alice Helm. rounty. During Mr. Taylor'a 16 J.O. Klll.on. J W.ltoney yeart in office, they resided in this KpUcopnl Uhurrh West side Union Htreet and Houtb tide Wellington Htreet rcc m i l r r r i n j i nil tti t tt ti t i city, and have hosts of friendt here .MUi Jemle Outlet!, andSoutbrtdeCarroHHtreet II. O. Amlwra. who regret to hear of this sad death lr. II. A in K. and North tide Carroll Htreet t J.T. Htephem, ptm.i nil For the past eleven years they have im ir irtt 11. A. Trier, Mb, Kllen Andertnn. Houtb tide Wellington Htreet made their home in Fulton, wnere .I. W. I). Am tier I Hvtr,Wet"side Tennessee Htreet the deceased was leved by all who Metbodlit Church. j.Pinyior. knew her as the was here. Mrs. lAier llucbanan, " and North side Carroll Htreet " Card of Thanks. T. T. Kenton, Mrs. Taylor is survived by ber miton Oounty. Ky NorthtldeCarroll,Ktreet We deur? ' express our apprecia II. W.Ornves, Z Z husband and two daughters, Mrs. J, T Mrs. M.K.ltose. "" and'Katt side Union Htreet F. Roysterand Miss Pauline Taylor, Mrs. H. M. Hubbard, II. O. Ilarrett. r innn rrianna inn both residing in Fulton. j :i 11 Their only "" " WSslde Oumberlsnd Ht.J pieces property T, A. l4dford, lU F.Oaulir. North side Carroll Htreet and East tide Cumberland Htreet son died in this city while Mr. TayMrs. 1. II. f'rlce. run ni r Wab " J "" lor was in office here. A.O.KImbro. Jr. Kit. ol Jane Ambers, Houtb "side"Carroll Htreet, v jvw nwui aubu swi place Wednesday 11. 1U llrevard. Burial took Mrs. HannleHhaw. . morning at Fairview Cemetery, at r.JW4 French and Iloogher, Kiut tide Union Htreet Oiimhi.rliind Htreet W. O. w. Kim Uatnp a. Ma.R.u Caldwell and Family. Fulton. Kmt side Allpirhrny Htreet and North tldo Moscow Ave. frank Thompson North tide Moscow Avenue I.um TnompMn, Mrs. Taylor was a member of the Joint -Methodist church, and a gentle, Kail tide Allegheny Htreet and Houtb tldo MftKtiolln Htreet -' Houtb side MagnollaHtreet Mrs. E.V. IMwell. kind, Christian woman. O Miss II. Carpenter, i..ire)-'-a jo, Tv'.m las gone to' In great nriir?r . .f i.j rnnip wit t. rt of the reunion a . Hats Shirts Neckwear MILLET & NAYLOR Big Revival Closed. The big revival, which has been in progress for the past three weeks at the First Methodist church, was ir att;l m r"" r,i 1 k -- -- C k i brought to a close Sunday night. Rev. Klein, the evangelist in charge of the services, worked hard, and was assisted by equally zealous workers Revs. Turklngton, ierry, Waters, Metheny and laymen and Through their personal workers. untiring efforts, the meeting was a great blessing to this city a great worV was accomplished. The num. ber of conversions is approximately 150 and about half as many Rev. Klein has methods peculiarly his own in revival work possibly better than the ordinary way but unfortunately, bis methods did not elicit the popular favor which should have been accorded this worthy cause. This was anticipated by Rev. Waters, who admonished his membership in a previous sermon to with hold any criticism for at least a week. Still, there was more or less comment on it. Let this be as it may, the revival is over and the town is better for it. Rev. Klein and Terry left Sunday night for Shelbyville, Tenn., where they will hold a meeting, beginning next week. The St. Louis Republic of Friday says the Mississippi river commission will hold its spring session on board the steamer Mississippi, leaving St. Louis April 8, 1909,atl0 a. m. The commission will make an inspection trip from St. Louis to New Orleans and will give public hearings connected with the improve ment of the Mississippi river at bt Louis and at points along the route. tr "-- i HtockOo-HallleTiiom- at. .... M r-- f- No Courtesy Shown. Step me ar.d S ft tell me where it I Elwocd Neal.of Paducah, has It. Schmidt, the ed from a trip through Lyon, it: Deputy United States Marshal return, Trigg, ill I Model 320 il j: Wt7r I Caldwell and Crittenden counties, where he secured service on about twenty-fiv- e defendants in the night rider damage suit in the United States court. In Lyon county he said he was refused meals by night riders and their sympathizers and could only get such accommodations at the horoef law and order people. The last day he was out he had to drive hit team all day without feed, and he bought his dinner at a county store. On one trip he had Tom Stevenson a telfconfessed night rider with him as a guide. They intended to spend the night in the neighborhood but on advice of friendt of Stevenson, who was informed that he would be in danger of mob violence, they went to Princeton for the night. The defendant! are on the run, and Deputy Neal says he hat failed to find a large number of them. He said that It was heralded through the county as soon as he stepped upon a depot platform and he was unable to get any information from the defendants families or their sympathizers. He will make another trip, dtsguised, before court con venes April 19. A (fill In name of any old place) business man who employs a pretty stenographer suspected that some one wasjieeping through the keyhole of his office door, and investigated with a syringe full of pepper sauce. When he went home he found bis wife with her eye bandageda chip having bit her in the eye while chop-pio- g ' wood. Mrs.U.Threlkeld, MIssT. Frens, 1'. J. Front, Ouy Hale. Alex. lAUdertlale, Dlestelhrtiik Heirs. West tldo Troy Avo Il, ll.iireen, II. Q. Hale Hcott llarbee J. II. lloiitley. We have a good piece of residence property in Hickman that can be bough', worth the money. A home place with all improvements. Hick- Courier Realty Lo. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. S. M. Hubbard. Heantter tnis organization will meet regularly on the first Tuesday of each month. A prominent man in the State Line neighborhood tells us he will probably run for Magistrate for that Onion sets and garden seed of every description at Bettersworth & iand Wott tldo Troy Avenue Mrs.KmmaHtahr Katt ll. UOolllnt Mrs.uma nnaw ltaiuaxe Kitate Mrs. Jennte McOlure l. II. Uurlln J. O. Htublit Mrs. M. A. llnmaae II. 1. Ijtudenlale Hickman College fAUesU) Tom Dillon. Hr Mrs. W. A, Dodds H. U, I.uten mm and south side Moscow Ave H. C. HELM, City Clerk NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This took effect November 1, Caving has resumed at Birds Point Prather. and Wednesday 35 feet of the bank went into the river. The rapid erosion threatened the depot, and steps have been taken to move it within the next few days. Caving is now not quite so rapid. A new landing stage will also have to be excavated. The river is now from six to eight feet below the top of the bank and the undercurrent is eating into the sand strata under the Mixim's new invention muffling the sound when a gun Is discharged is now petfected and the gun of the future will be noiseless. It is a simple contrivance that screws on the end of the Run. barrel and inter feres in no way with the passage of the load, but destroys the sound of the discharge. The apparatus will be made to fit any weapon from small rifle to the heaviest artillery guns. The rear wall of the Odd Fellow's building, on Clinton street, Is crack ing and seems to be gradually giving doirn under its weight ot three stor ies. It should be repaired now. Mrs. Belle Baltzer, of Covington, Tenn,, is here the guest of relatives, Her son, Lee, was bere Sunday, 1906. CORSETS II Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a, m, until 8 p. m. any day except Sunday; and on the Oth and 10th of each month it is open until 9 p. m. and covering capacity are what show the economy of paint not the price per gallon. THE SHERWIN-WILLIA- SERFICE PAMT Fjf Sile by Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. wears longest and covers most. It is the best paint economy. Made to paint buildings with. SOLD BY. Smith 8 cAmbtrg O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. Hickman Hdw. Go, lc, (Local j tens is I Been April Fooled? i Very little sickness. Business is picking up. White Sale" April 14th. Toilet Soaps Helm & Ellison. Change of Program every night at the Lyric. Prompt service, low prices and good groceries at C. H. Moore's. I. E. Fuqua Is making repairs on his residence and otherwise beauti fying his property. Engraved cards and embossed lauonery anu caras- oi every ae scription at this office, List your real estate property with the Courier. If we don't sell it, it I J- 1 uucsii i tusi yuu a (.cm. Miss Pauline Caldwell returned Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains from Paducah, Sunday, and Is spendand bruises. ing a few days with her parents. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the The ladies of the Episcopal Guild without hurting because it doesn't need tenderest part will hold a "White Sale" at the all you have to do is to lay it on to be rubbed home of Mrs. J. H. Millet, April 4th. lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates Mrs Virginia Beale, Mrs. Oma relic cs any inflammation and congestion, instantly Shaw and H. T. Beale returned from and reduces the swelling. Nashville, Thursday, where they spent a tew days. Our business has nearly doubled in the past twelve months. That's one good sign that our groceries are the best In town. C. H.Moore, Our subscribers are invited to call at this office and get a supply of garden seed FREE. If you want is an excellent antiseptic and germ them, get busy, frirst come first killer heals cuts, burns, wounds and served. contusions, and will draw the poison The Hickman Realty Co. has from sting of poisonous insects. construction seven residences in West Hickman, which will be com Trice, 25c, 50c, anil $1.00. pleted in a short fime. There're Dr. Earl S.Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. doing the right thing. Slonn't book on lioraea, cattle. htrp mid poult rytent fre. Robt. Carpenter, administrator for the estate of J. R. Donnell, deceas ed, will sell at public auction, Saturday, April 10th, in Hickman, severEasy to Mix This. First Concrete Residence. al head ot stock, wagons, farming "What will appear very interesting implements, etc. Postmaster J. T. Stephens is having his residence moved back to to many people here is the article For the first time since the present his vacant lot west of the old site, taken from a New York daily paper administration took charge of affairs and is excavating for a basement giving a simple prescription which ot the state government, in Decern which will be under a new concrete is said to be a positive remedy for will be erected in a backache or kidney or bladder oer, iyus, mere are no troops on residence that derangement, if taken before the duty for the purpose of suppressing short time. "night rider" troubles. This will be the first residence of stage of Bright's disease: Fully fifty residences have been the kind to be built in this citv, and Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-ha- lf will doubtless pave the way for ounce; Compound Kargon, one built in Hickman during the past year, and today there is not a vacant Con- ounce; ComDOund Syrup Sarsapa-rilmany more such structures. crete buildings are no longer an exthree ounces. Shake well in a house to be found. Houses are periment, but it seems to require a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses even rented before they are demonstration at this place in order after each meal and again at bed built. Who says Hickman is not growing, or that she Is not the best to start the builders to using it. time. town in the U. S. to the square The great advance in the price of n druggist here at A lumber will have a tendency, as it home, when asked regarding this pre men has already to a great extent in scription, stated that the ingredients Deputy U. S. Marshal Neale, of many places, to encourage the use cf are all harmless, and can be obtain Paducah, and Deputy Sheriff Goalder concrete for all building purposes. ed at a small cost from any good Johnson arrested three negroes We are coming to it. prescription pharmacy, or the mix Luke uark, Oene Dalton and Ben A. G. Kimbro, of this city, erect- ture would be put up if asked to do Wilkie in Hickman Sunday charg ed last fall a livery barn made of so. He further stated that while ed with bootlegging, and took them concrete, and it makes a handsome this prescription is often prescribed to Paducah, Monday. These negroes building to say nothing of its in rheumatic affliction with splendid have been convicted for this offense stability. results, he could see no reason why in the county court, and the Federal Stephens' new residence will have it would not be a splendid remedy court is not likiy to nave any 8 rooms, bath and basement, and for kidney and urinary troubles and trouble In giving them a sentence in will be a beauty. The house could backache as it has a peculiar action the Federal prison. be built for less, but he will spend upon the kidney structure, cleansing The lifetime of a gocd watch is about $3,000 on it. these most important organs and fifty years. In its daily duties the The material will be furnished by helping them to sift and filter from balance virbrates 18,000 times every the Hickman Concrete Co., 'made the blood the foul acids and waste hour, 432,000 times a day, or 157,- in Hickman." matter which cause sickness and 689,000 times a year. The hair suffering. Those of our readers spring makes a similar number of Dr. J. O. Stubbs went to Birming- who suffer can mane no mistake in vibrations and an equal number ham; Ala., Monday to attend a giving it a trial. ticks from the escapement. If it Is a meeting of the National Dental Asreally good watch multiply 157.680. sociation. This is the first time this Mrs. T. McDaniel, of Obion coun- 000 by fifty which gives 7,884,000 association has ever met in the south. ty, Tennessee, died Thursday. The pulsations for fifty years. The Dr. Stubbs is one of the best dentists deceased was' quite old and leaves chances are that the watch may even In this part of the state and never several children. tnen be in serviceable condition. misses an opportunity to Irani someProf. Goode, of the State Univer thing. The office of Davidson & Cowgill's fountain is the only Stubbs will therefore be closed this place you can get REX. Call for it sity, advances a new theory as to turkey buzzards. It is an old tra week. next time. dition that the buzzard was simply an innocent and useful scavenger and should be protected from all harm rroi. uooae, wnose lecture was on the subject of hog cholera, declared that the buzzards were among the most active agents in spreading this destructive disease and that instead of the State having a law to protect them the Legislature should pass an act requiring the destruction of every buzzard in the commonwealth. t mi i nereis, we Deiieve, a law now against killing buzzards. Adaptability, facility, equipment and experience enable us to Of all things Hickman needs for offer you a drug store service of inestimable value to you in municipal good, a Commercial Club times of sickness or health. A prescription put up here would be the most beneficial. Some say we have such an organization, means results and safety, due to pure test drugs and perfect but we'll have to be shown. We methods of compounding. might have had one in days gone by. e but we need a today A Hundreds of people know this so does your doctor. Isn't club with a regular meeting time your doctor's drug store a safe place for . you? You are and club rooms in which to meet and taken care of here in a manner so individual as to warrant transact business. Then we would your believing our service is for you only and so it is, if get in behind and push every enteryou will only test us you'll know. prise headed our way, and get results. This neglect is one reason Bring that next prescription here. there is not a railroad being built now between Tiptonville and Hickman ; the road wanted to come, but we just left it to the other fellow to give the management the "glad hand," They doubtless got it nit. CULTIVATORS Captain Kidd, John Deere and Little Jap ..! L L Liniment Sloan's ...DISC CULTIVATORS... New Departure a, well-know- uxmnum John Deera, Brown, Volunteer and Jenny Lind ...TONGUE CULTIVATORS... We have the best implements that's manufactured, and IT WILL PAY YOU to see our sample room before you make your purchase ! TONGULESS CULTIVATORS. A Drug: That's Store All Vnnrs live-wir- OUR GUARANTEE "Satisfaction oj No Money," HELM ELLISON ICKMAN HABDWA Marshal's Sale For Taxes. , iay. April 12th 1909.lt being the first Jay of the April term of uunty Court, at the Court Houic door In Hickman. Ky., I will llberuiio n ut(i(f.r. (or caih. for taxes due the Cliv of Hlckm. fnr w PRINCE ALFRED. . coit of sale, the following described real estate, assess. Itheyear ; f the following parties, U added In each case fer coiti. TVo iclUri 9Qv, an J to-w- it 10 WHITE LIST ... r .'i n I" .A il.HO 1 l) II II 5 5)L'r.d 13 ft 115 166 170 w 116. E H .6 D 4 149 to 182-3 $ 153.4-220.127.116.11-1- 6 51 21 81 0..n Ma R i If T.V I e I 1; ) AMWii 0 II U O 1011 m. V t li M W"'". r. r. E P T. I P 4UI huu lyuo i1U. IOI 000 No. 135 E U B 2 258 to 263 220 to 282.... W if lot. No. 226.,... 101 !( i 7 . 67 ' jo 8 95 16 84 jy Thli fine, young .trillion will innke limit l ttiuoii tbltt jrnr nt tiir HMiln. S mlli from lllckiiifin, on tlie Drcdcn rotul, Tlicre I. not nlwtt trull purre hone In theroun ty, lie US yenn old, IS hnnd itud 1 Inch hlifh, ilrtrk And wHgha 1S1 poundt. He lirrnllyn combined liono, well deYclofed mid Iim Rood ityle mid notion. I'KDKlllKKi Hired tiy Alfred O. Dr.ni, Meudo H., .Ireil by Tom Hal, owned by Ilrauneld A Frrcuioiij he by Joollnl, owned by a itock compAny nt Troy, Tenn. (Irnnd dAin, llelle, Inbrol Yclco, a owned bymy elm yrnri. TKUMHitXnto Iniure IoaI. Money due when fuel li Airertnlned or mure parted wttb. Cnro will be taken to prevent accl denta, but will not bo reapomlble ihould any occur. it Tl 7 ln Nm. 6 30 7 JO II B 5 UU No. 157 B 188 Nos. 231-3.- 4 T.X JVl'M6ftl87 1, 11 1123 M.M ly If '.. ITvvnn'wn Lets W II No 185 140-22D ; A lots Not. 141 150 130 to liu ... ......... , 1U f J 2 67 7 63 lUkiiw, P:Cf W H 5 2 Br w Ii II 11 6 b mt x uiwv. v ISntn, Aar L It b 1 no. ou-- .... tbfBftt, Mi"-- - H H B 4 No r II D 5 No. 141... IBr w COLORED LIST Not. 158 159 ....... 4 92 245.a ........ ,j di ,,, M a ao IT.Wf.ll , ard E !l B 4 No. 217 i:icr, H'J A Ml D 4 iioa. yyo f4r. Af.- is A 10 7" Idofder, Mary E it B 5 N 12 215216 I :y . I. d o ro 4JD.....Mn..,.un..... ... Im.Frcl ard Ella E II B 3 No. 67- -t Jsfller. H ra- -' K H B o o. ivw,. Jj,?, 4 92 4 92 5 24 J. C. HENDRIX Hickman, Ky. Sunday Wedding. Sunday afternoon, March 28th. David . Edwards and. Miss Willie Wade drove to the home of Squire Bruer and were quietly married The wedding was a complete surprise to the friends of the contracting par ties. Mrs. Edwards is the charmine daughter of Dee Wade, of Duke.- dom, Tenn, The groom is a well known, industrious ycuog man of the Brownsville neighborhood. Congratulations. ......,.. J ju i 3 33 Jackson's Ox Gored. Speaking of the convention at Clinton hti Wednesday, the Columbus Herald says: FS. Moore, one of Hickman's prominent young lawyers, received the nomination on the first ballot. and we doubt not that if he was not the test qualified man In the race, mcugh we think the other two men are gentlemen n every sense of the wora, out we do think lhat more should be looked at in a man than to know he is a gentleman, for in this day and time Ignorance Is one of the worst curses that can befall a town, county or state, when they eicct a man to till one of their offices. We congratulate Mr. Moore and feel sure that he will serve his people vmn ootn honor and credit, We wonder what the king of Hick man county politics thinks now since the people have shown him who is running things in these two counties, for he has as much as said on sever al occasions that who I am for is the man who is sure of election, but such seems not to have been the case in this election, for we know he was not for Moore or Roach, and as Moore was elected it must leave him feeling as though his mighty power and influence was on the downward road to destruction. Weldon King, of Fulton, and Miss Lucy Milner, daughter of Rufus. Mllner, of Bard well. Ky.. were unit ed in marriage Sunday night at the home of the bride. Beginning today, the Illinois Cen tral will handle all trains on the Louisville division by telephone. FOR SALE Good sasafras posts for sale cheap. Mose Barkett. 41.2c Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young. Follow hisadvlce. Heknows. .C.AytrCo.,LnX?. non-alcohol- ic Alcohol to Children tW ine first U Bot so. great rule of health "Daily movement of the bowel." Ak your doctor If Then ask him about Aycr't Tills. Sold for nearly sixty yean. Misery in Stomach. Why not start now today, and forever rid yourself of stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grum bles. Give it a good eat, then take rape s Diapepsin to start the diges tive juices working. There will be no dyspepsia or bleching of Gas or rudations of undigested food ; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach orjieartburn, sick headache and Dizziness, and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous order. Pape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutes. There is nothing else better to take Gis from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines, and be sides, one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same as a sound, healthy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works your stomach rests gets itself in order, cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Diapepsin. Tell your druegist that you want Pape's Diapepsin, because you want to be thoroughly cured of Misses Myrtle King and Allie Hig-gin- s, of Dorena, came Wednesday to visit friends, and the former to take the teacher's examination to day. They are visiting the families of G. Fowlks and T. D. Huff. Charleston Courier. Everything in groceries Betters-wort- h & Sycamore Items. Mrs. J. W. Stowe has gone to Arkansas to live. ..j yy 459 0 04 5 The overflow is about over and the farmers will soon be at work. Services next Sunday at Sassafras Ridge, by Rev. L. W. King, of Martin, Tenn. J. T. Seat and Robt . Goalder spent a few days at Tobe Jackson's this week, shooting ducks. Sunday night, March 21, someone stole an iron-gra- y hori : from Dave Morrow, 7 miles from own. Tobe Jackson and tamily will go off on the derrick boat next week. Sorry to lose them from the neigh borhood. Farmers' Telephones. Special rate to farmers : If inter ested, call on our manager and have him to explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. You will be surprised to fiod how cheaply you can get reliable telephone service. LcjL;ibi ns. iwi-j.....- .. ittdtt. ('tis UJatr. Ai crrli. M k A No. 53 a B 3 Nos. L It B 7 NO. 268 E Ehb3 Nos. .... n 704 S 77 7 57 ,.3 3a af.Tcm L V B 5 NOS. M5.6-.5- ., Ecr. I:hn I II D 5 No. 144 .... Ed, Hn Martha E II B 7 Nos. 202-3-M.ur x W II 20U It no. oy .4 4 rx, Lth, Hn Frark E HB7 No. 2U7 ., E H B 4 No. 213 . E II B7 Nos. 254.5.6.. fLley. Na'ka E 11 B 4 Nos. 229.30.31......., ..... ? w II l-- i ou twis. ?son. Cat E II B 5 No. 214 W II Nos. 158.159 puti, rt Brtr, Alex feli.tji!!'? ..3 33 2 32 ..3 33 5 71 6 24 .5 . .2 92 67 Cumberland Telephone & Tel egraph Company, (Incorporated ) Gov. Willson offers a reward of S100 for the apprehension and con viction of any person scraping, salting or sowing grass seed in or otherwise destroying in any way any tobacco plant bed in Caldwell or Chris 58 9 46 5 58 4 92 ut: 3J3 tigers should be permitted to exist town Isn't it a little strange that blind in Al-t- tbat places a prohibitive license on billiard tables and or thk Ellison Magazine Agency Ily.peelAl arrangement with the publisher., are enabled to Mairaxlne obtainable on or I'erlodlcal in tho United Htatef, either In club, or ilng. ly, and may be able to live you enough to pay for one or more iMgulnt. Cmt th0rCatalOMU9t tti your for 1 Ae aaktng. Jtnd wrttm, or call or phonw 17, Your inouirtot will rm of Covlogton. luitr.lil that the law providing l:Mle ccr'r:! cf running races is txxtti.'.. -- at, because it Ignores Ircucg races ?cd is therefore class !;dje Har-fson, kfuution Right now is the the time to get outbusy and put in that bath-roofit. Why not have it done this The poor fellow who lives In a month? Cotton & Adams. hut aod pays his debts is a far bet Ben E. Calhoun and Miss Arzona ter citizen than the diamond-stu- d jasper who never Gibson, prominent young people of ded, green-hatte- d lets an opportunity pass to rob his Maynelu. were united in marriage neighbors and defraud his creditors. at Fulton, Saturday. m TOM DILLON, Jr., City Marshal sire you the very loweit ratea nny tian counties since March 1, 1909. The reward is good for sixty days from date and will be paid for each person apprehended and convicted. FOR SALE: Twelve tons fine Timothy hay, also some nice mixed hay. One saddle horse 5 years old, one mare and one horse 3 years old and 40 head of ewes and lambs. Cash or good note. L. C. Maddox. 4Zp. Prather. Home From Basement to Garret for -- am ceiving you. open. are the A WEEK! Ll&c the Turniturc While You're Paying Tor It The New Way ? YourCRCDIT is good for any smount desired. Giving CREDIT is our business. Running FAKE SALES is not our business, nor do we try to make you believe that we are selling at cost. If we were, we would soon quit business; so would the other fellow. When a merchant tells you he is selling you goods at factory prices, he is simply delargest retail buyers in West Kentucky or Tennessee, and operate a chain of stores. We buy in large quantities, and can sell from I O to 23 cheaper than the average dealer. THIS SAVING we give you over any other firm in Fulton county. All we ask of you is to get the other fellow's prices and compare them. Credit for the askHg. Here s If he says he losing money on what he sells you, just to be a good fellow, you want to keep both eyes We sell as cheap as anybody, but not at cost. We have the Largest Stock of furniture in Hickman, and A Few Samples of Iron Bed . Our Prices Every Bay in the Year: . r $2 and up 10 Dressers . . u . Dining Tables . Dining Chairs Sewing Machines Druggets . . 6 .85c $iO '5 " 44 44 44 Cooking Stoves Refrigerators Center Tables Lace Curtains . . - $5 and up . . $8 $2 98c $1.50 44 oil Hammocks Mattresses - 44 44 . . . 2.50 5-0- Linoleum Now is . . 70c Trunks 0 the time to put in a few new articles and brighten up the home for Spring. You re able; $1 a week does it. ST. LOUIS FUR. COMPANY 1 jfllH -- "Everything in Furniturew,v' McngePs New Boat. yw Easter Hat Awaits You Here! The newest of the new idcns in the newest of . I l II .t t! 'II trimmings, including nil me popuinr colors in nDixms, lit braids and flowers. Mf f showing contains hats for every taste, Our present gown or occasion, n variety that makes it possible for every woman to have something becoming. Nor have the children been forgotten. We are showing n larger variety than ever before. Japanese hats, sailors, etc., in all shapes and colors. j Greatest Business Ever Done .In Millinery... Our business for the past week has been the greatest in the millinery history of the store, more than doubling the business for the same time last year. This means something. It means that there is not another store in Hickman with the showing of new. hats to compare with those we show either in style or prices. We are ready for the Easter rush having juit ceived a large shippment of the ncweSl millinery. re- The Mcngel Box Company! new tw boat, built at Marietta, Ohio, steamed into Hickman, Tueiday mornine. and was thrown open (or inspection to our people. She is a model craft in every par She it 150 feet lone, 36 ticular. feet wide and has a depth of 4 feet 6 inches. Her engines are high and Her four low pressure boilers are 26 feet long by 36 inches in diameter. Manager Walker has been telling us this boat would reach Hickman in a very short time for several weeks i and the fact that she required six months (or construction will account (or the slight delay. This boat cost approximately $35,000. Sae also had in tow a new derrick. The derrick boat is 92 feet long, 32 feet wide and all gunwales of the same length. Th; boom is 14x14 74 feet long and the frame Is 5 feet high. The front of the boat is fitted with powerful double engine niggers and capstans, operated from her pilot house a new departure. Wednesday the boat left (or Ash- port, Tenn , where she will be put in service, towing logs to the mill at this place. She will probably make two trips a week to that point, but her headquarters will be Hickman. Capt. John Ryan, one of the best known commanders on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, will command the boat. Capt. Ryan is a native of Louisville and a capable and efficient man Loraine Carter, of Jefferson ville, Ind., will have charge of the engines. Mr. Carter is a well known Ohio river towboat engineer. Lee Puffy, of Matietta, Ohio, will be mate, and John rulkerson, ot Ma rietta, Ohio, will be the steward. Farmers are getting busy. About of the cotton and corn ground has been broken, and every thing looks favorable to a good plant ing season. two-thir- ds This Bank affords a sale depositary for your ullc money and offers yo the facilities nnd conveniences necessary under modem for the transaction of business contli-tionn mat-tcr- Our years of experience in financial nf, fairs, the successful management the officers and directors have given to the bank's nf. fairs and their well known financial rcsjon-sibility are a guarantee that YOUR interest will be given due care and protection. THE HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY Capital and Surplus, $65,000.00 Candidates Cannot Sidestep. According to the Vally View Argent, the following pointed questions are being propounded to the candidates In that district t Are you for or against the anti- saloon movement? Do vou lie on your right or left side? Do vou use sugar and mint, or do you take it straight? Do vnu have familv craven and ask blessings at the table? Are you for or against tne labor movement? Do vou snore In vour sleep, or sleep with your mouth open? Do vou believe the Isthmus of Panama is a neccessity in making foreign connections? Can we relv UBon vou to stand pat for a more congenial climate? In case of an outbreak in your home would you sustain and uphold for your mother-in-law- ? Do you read Sunday newspapers or go riding in an automobile? Does the Equtt y tobacco movement conform with your way of thinking? Do yeu use tobacco In y&tir raeuth or nose? Order the Courier today. oy Catarrh cannot bt Isntilood or rontlltut. r cure ll yo- - n.;.t (TllirUIVS. d Cured iakjai. a rn vr sn.ik...i ..u. inrn in. .ml ci t .su CsUrti .rur not aqulek medlclno oneoltbelffttpartlcU year and It a rnuUr eompoMvl of the lbind with the best ttrnally. and actt direct 7 1 ; th, Uul mucous luifacet, lit j v.r: r. i L 11111 rtU, ; utt IsUrekl UM-- ,,! wl u MstooamtJ , J tJ f. L.- -J h wl uirrcny on in rnuoo feet combination of produce tueb xnd ! Catarrh. Hnd forte,; Take Hall's Family tci9.n. i ' t. i n uol i- -l . Is ciitul I I ...Your Easter Oxfords... Of course you've thought about them, and we want to show you the swellest line ever brought to Hickman. Patent, Tans and Vici leathers in pumps, ankle slrapes and plain oxfords. See them before buying. r.J.CIIKNKV At( Hold by all Dnmitu .Mtm ..-- ToMa.a ' X-I' t lor coaiUctttxl il EJ?REED&.( ROCXtSTM HY J. W Mayfield, of Cayce, was In town Tuesday. He has just return ed from Madisonville, Tex., where he spent the winter with his sister. Price $1.30 to $4.00 J. Scott Mosler hands the Courier man a dollar and adds "I just can't do without the Great Religious who has worked the Hickman Grocery Store for several years, resigned last week. Have that suit cleaned and press ed for Easter. Schmidt Is the man, over Rice's Shoe Store. In SMITH & AMBERG Night Riders. ARISTOCRAT 1723. AIUHTOOIIAT. 1T. bred LrGay llrofc. Every UousehoM in Ilideman Bill Childress, of near T.A. StanShould Know How to IiesUtt It. ly's saw mill, was visited by night foaled June I, ICO. He It W. hand weigh 131) pound. Aristocrat it The back aches because the kid- riders last week. It seems that one of the riclieit bred saddle italllom In neys are blockaded. and sundry things had been the states of Kentucky or Tcnnse. lie Help the kidneys with missed from time to time, and the rank second to none. Ootablni th Kl.i The back will ache no more. irate citizens took matters into their of the Denmark and Illack Hqalrrelt. llli tire. Highland Denmark, It the tire of more Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney bands. Childress took leg bail. snow bortet than any other talllon. ArU' Pills do this. Mrs. Childress was at the home tocratt full titter ti a World ralr winner it comes Blockaded. 1 d -- various Weekly." Ferdle Maddoz, Rupert Barber, t ton ot b. L. uarber.ci i altoa, vEi playing with several hiiti tiCi Thursday extracts the ihstfrxl them and emptied th; powder fcl a paper and made a litter cutl He lighteJ th; piper rtail bomb. match but when it (a..ed to eiplt he began blowing it a- -j lb: p:i: exploding in his Irt, resulttsg A alnot burning bit eyet out Tms, Js Waters. Miss Locble Be.i, of Eoutbtl the gut cf Miss Uvi cool drisii-- REX King of all CowglU'i. l ...Sheriff's Sale For Taxes., On Monday, April 2th, 909, it being the first day of th April term of the Fulton County Court, at the Court House door, in Hickman, Ky., I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, for taxes due the State and County or Fulton and cost of sale for year 908, the following described real estate assessed in the names of the following: 1 1 1 their-wo- rk. Aristocrat blinielf ha all the style, action and conformation It It pom I Lie to get In a saddle borte and 1 one of the greatest and turett tlrci In the country. HI colt are hi recommendation. I'KDIGKKK, Arltlo-crwas alrvd by Highland UenmarkTaOibe by Illack Squirrel M. Flrtt dam- - Mary 0. by Diamond Denmark. Jr. he by Mark ter." Diamond 40. Second dam by I'rotot. he by For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Troy r. (ilenwood. Third dam-- by llaitlll Duke. Foster-Milbur- n Co , Buffalo, cents. TKUSIHt Aristocrat will make the present New York, sole agents (or the UnitDon't ask who but just telephone season at J. J, O. lloper farm, 5 mile ed States. No. 4 for groceries, and see if you east ot Hickman, at 130. OJCKOLM Thl I a good stallion III don't get the best in town. Remember the name Doan's every tense of the word. He will make the and take no other. T. R. Smoot, one of the oldest seaaon at the above ulitce at S10. MOllJtWK- -l a large black Jack? U and honored residents of Union City, bands and 8 Inches high, hat white point Gasoline at the Courier Offi ce. died last Friday. and It one of the best and turett breeder In the country. II will stand at our stable at tliO. BLACK SOr-- li another stood Jack which will bo found at our (table. Service nt News-Banne- It's thf best proof, for form Hickman. J. R. Weatherly, Cor. Third & Ivy Sts., Hickman, Ky., says: "For some time I was a victim of a most annoying attack of kidney complaint. The secretions were far too frequent in action and I would have to get up, some nights as often as seven times. In the morning on arising I felt tired and little like doing the day's work. I tried any number of remedies and doctored but no avail. Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to my notice and procuring a supply at Helm & Ellison's drug store, began using them. The use of three boxes restored my kidneys to a healthy condition and made my general health much bet- of Luther Jackson, he taking compassion on her pitiable condition, but the riders wanted her out too, so they visited Mr. Jackson and informed him that she would have to go. She left the following morning. This taking the law in one's own but hand is a serious business, without doubt justice is often not given through otheY ways. Arlington Courier. On the occasion of the 75th birthday of that excellent farmer, grand " demoold gentleman and true-blu- e crat, . G. Malone, of the Second Civil District, his children, Jerry Malone, Mrs. Mary Garrigan, Mrs. Ellen Cloar, Miss Lizzie Malone, gathered last Sunday at the old roof tree and spent a delightful day. One Dollar Added in Each Case for Advertising NAME VALUE TAX-COS- T Fulton Precinct NAME white PROPERTT PROPERTY VAL'E !95 TAiconi 1101 551 S 46 II M Johnson 90 a land Upper Dim H ltl Knowse Frank ltl Will Malone ltl 2 J M Morris G W Reeves ltl Ree Rucker ltl Will Stephens N R 1 1 1 1 1 Fulton Wm Bushart Mrs Grace Burge 1 1 1 Hensby Berryman 1 1 1 " W II Cox bought of EE Boone F W Cook Mrs Ola Dunavant 1 1 1 " 2 S F Dahnke J E Drewery J H Ervin Mrs Ida Gordon Gene Gordon Mrs Polly Green Two Years G E Holt 30 acres 1 1 $ 900 975 950 1200 300 1620 4675 1500 47--5 S 9 10 9 90 10 31 13 04 3 74 15 79 46 09 15 77 5 ltl ltl ltl tl ' ltl ltl ltl 34 600 700 2500 1500 6 47 8 39 44 10 15 77 4 65 2 63 3 97 13 09 51 51 R P Lake 40 acres lower bottoms To T B Murrell 1 lot in West Hickman 85 Dr J S Stafford 1 lot West Hickman Mrs T J Sslraon 1 1 1 East Hickman 1 W L Salmon 80 a land upper bottom 4 J WH 7 ' J P Taylor N R I house & lot Mary Thompson 75 a land upper btm 7 1 " SO1 Henry Vincent 100 a land Mrs S A Williams 23 2 acres land 250 Mrs M M Walker 1 lot in West Hick E 3 Mrs Joe F Williams 25 a land In hills 2 P G Waggoner 108 a land upper btm 50" Mollle Judge Est 1 lot Old Hickman 4 . ) JJ US 11 94 ;8i 774 383 1J44 591 554 7 3 Hickman Precinct Colored 1 1 1 Hickman Richard Booker " Caroline Brown " Eliza Boyd Jim Clark Jennie Clark Henry Clark Est 7 acres land Clark & Rogers 1 lot West Hick 1 lot Amy Carter "" " 1 lot East Albert Fuqua " 1 lot West , Susan Guy " 1 lot In Ed George " 1 lot East II Hurlng " 1 lot Lon Love " Harris Hooker 1 lot " " Green Lowery 2 lots in Xf 17 P nrrAra trrm Alec Lawson 160 a land upper btm Jerry Langfotd 1 1 1 E Hick " Alex Shelby " Charlie Shelby 1 1 1 Old Blanton Talley 1 1 1 West " 1 1 1 West C Terrell 400 " " 60 325 1200 4 1 1 Take your Broken Jewelry, Spectacles, Watches and Engraving to 110. Care taken to prevent accident, but will not be responsible should any occur. All money due and payable when mare It trad' ed or proven In foal. A R Stephens P L Wills A P Taylor ltl Fulton Precinct Colored 1 23 acres land 2 1 1 Fulton 250 40 460 200 75 150 285 100 ltl ltl ltl ltl 7'. 1 4 91 l0 Mi 2J7 2' 150 JSJ 6 01 If. 300 400 4 55 22 99 77 4 92 7 60 4 06 IS) 2!0 50 100 277 J 39 J. s, C. Naijlor Co. J. J, O. HOl'KH Jk BONB, Hickman, Ky, Hiram Crawford Thornton Cavitt Robt Hurst Will Burton Jim James Tom Rogers Henry Smith Josle Todd ltl ltl 1 5J 300 2on 150 3' '0 1450 125 " 1 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. Despondent over and having grown weary of life, Emma Martin, aged 23 years swallowed a dose of morphine late Tuesday night with suicidal intent and died about 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with out regaining consciousness, She was a telephone girl. Faducah News-Democr- 111 2tl " Lodgeton Precinct ltl ltl 2 ltl 500 250 200 200 200 6 94 6 13 .5 26 15 43 3 91 7 74 . is a ltl" 350 250 250 150 180 25 J 100 100 4 T S Patterson Jake Ross col 22 acres land 500 BRANSrORD DXfKMPAHLK WAMH JKW'il-KK- ANDREWS H. AND OITIUIANH O. X. li. L.a 9. Union City, Tenn. David W. Kaler died at bis home near Jordan, Ky., on Thursday, March 18, at the age 54 years, 4 months and 18 days. He has been In poor health for a long time. Miss Bessie Hall, of Louisville, arrived in Hickman, Monday, to spoiul several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard. Cayce Precinct Colored ltl 2tt " 250. 500 800 250 4 47 Annie West 18 a land lower bottom 1 1 1 West Hickman Albert Yates Sassafras Ridge W F Perry 20 acres land J A Russell 20 aeres land Hickman Precinct White 50: WP Adams John Adams Mrs Mary Bolton 3 acres land Osoar Fowlkes 173 acres Upper BottomlOOO U a utourioks w acres larul 100 50 J B Joflsi om lot in Hickman ltl 12 06 15 68 3 29 11 26 300 4SJ 300 2 54 Madrid Band 1140 Ale Adanu 72 aercs of land J, T, SEAT, Sheriff t fl NOW 18 THE TIME FOB CTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKE&CUT... Who will open the straw hat SPRING FURNITURE mmmssm Lyric Motion nlctures everv nicht . j at the Carload Mattresses We have just received a carload of Cotton Top, all We Cotton, Combination and Cotton Felt Mattresses. buy in large quantities and give our customers the benefit of careful buying. Note a few prices quoted: Cotton Top Mattresses, full size 1.45 Cotton Top Mattresses, full size, bound and Tufted 1.70 Combination Mattresses, bound and tufted, full size 3.85 Solid Oak Rockers 1.00 Solid Oak Diners 1.00 Solid Oak Center Tables 1.45 Wc cany n large stock of suites, Dining tables, China Closets, Buffets, Side Boards, Parlor Tables, Book Cases, Library Tables, Leather Furniture, Wardrobes, Desks, Etc, and invite you to get our prices before buying. We have just received our Spring Line of Collapsable Steel and also line of Rccd Baby Carriages and Carts. They are on sale at prices that will to the most conservative buyers. Call and sec them. Go-Cart- Two marriages scheduled for April J H. Webb renews for the Cour ier another year. John Haskins is here this week on on a visit to old mends. "Pasco" Rex Phosphate renam ed, lowgurs Drug btore. Miss Mollie Bourne spent Sunday in Union City with home folk. If its olumblnr. Cotton & Adams can do the job. Prices right. Will have canna and cladium bulbs order at once-M- iss Frankye Reld. We make a specialty of metal roofing. See us about it. Cotton & Adams. Gene Fate Glover Deputy Sheriff of Clayton, was here Wednesday on business. Miss Tulia Tackson sornt Sundav 4 rf with her sister, Mrs. Murphy, at Union City. FOR SALE Good team of horses and Wagon cheap cash or note. 3.oo THUMPS are popular but "Queen Quality" pumps are the most popular. not slip at the heel. The new ankle strap patterns fit like a glove and will It's a pump that you acof. tually walk in, not walk out Other styles just as well fitting at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. GO. w. Inoorporated &. Allison. s, a large appeal Hickman -- furniture Co. INCORPORATE Mrs. Lowry Stone and little daughter, Mary, have returned from a visit to relatives in Greenfield. Mrs. Mildred King and Miss Pearl Cloar, of Clayton, were here spopping Tuesday, and visited Mrs. Sude Naifeh. Miss Virginia Shumate has return ed to her home in Newbern, Tenn., after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Allison Tyler and other relatives. FOR SALE : Miss Ellen Anderson's household and kitchen furniture. Also surveyor's insturments, property of the late A. C. Holmes. 42tfc. A great revival is now in progress at the West Hickman Chapel. Many conversions are reported. Services every day at 2 :30 p. m. and 7 :3ff L Doings at the Court House, CIRCUIT COURT. State Line. A. M. Shaw and wife spent Friday p. m. House Furnishers Stale Line. Remember, when you get a blue mark on the corner of your paper or a postal calling attention to your subscription to this paper expiring that it will stop the following week. No exceptions to this rule. Woodland Mills. Dorena. Alfred Dick went to Charleston, ILC Ma : i .i In Memphis, this H. L. Curlin is on the sick list. ct.cr c.i.efis W. J. Allen and wife returned to IE W.pj tt home again, after their home in Osceola, Wednesday. PKfctKs'ts stay in Memphis. Miss Ollie Thielkeld has resumed ire Lowfrv. of Clinton, filled his her position at Morgan & Verhine's lruaFr " ttnentat Poplar Grove, Millinery Department. IMij cur? Guy Hale and H. . Curlin were Vbi.W B Cark it slowly- re- a serious illness of the guests of the tatter's parents, iMi Sunday. ::uu:s duration Uiil-family have re- J. W. Maddox. wife and children aid itU: from Texas, where they arrived from Texas, Saturday even-irceo i:r several months. to visit relatives and friends. r't McCijre has sold several Mrs. Trudie McDaniel, a highly :clc:ce logs, the timber having respected old lady, of near Wood-lan:wcn the old Ferdinand Maddox died last Wednesday, of tubere. culosis. The remains were laid to rest in the Salem Cemetery, Dr. l&t Br.wdrr and family, of Ful- - Glover conducting the funeral . w..apanjea Dy Miss Hettie ci, ens over Sundav. In an t3 call cn W. T, Hamer and Telephone that grocery order to Bettersworth & Prather. Tuesday, on business. Bill Hinshaw, of Hickman, was here Monday, on business. J. D. Pickett has been making some improvements on his place. Several boys from here attended a dance at Medley, Saturday night. The people are now hustling and preparing for farming since the water has gone down. A partv was given at the home of Mrs. Hall last Friday night and an enjoyable time was reported. Capt. F. M. Ryan, Captain and pilot of the Mengel Box Company Towboat, was accompanied here by his wife, and neice, Miss Cleota Weaterholt, of Cloverport, Ky. Capt. Ryan and wife will make Hickman .their future home. 'zt, x g, d, Have you heard about the fine pair of shoes that is to be given away by one of the stores next Saturday? You can get a ticket just for the asking. Now. on the following Satur day, April 10th, this same store will give away, absolutely free, a ladies fine skirt, worth S7.50 or a fine pair of Royal Tailor mens S7.50 trousers made to measure, as desired. The tickets cost you nothing and you don't have to buy anything to get them. Just go and ask for them. Of course you know the store is Elliyou ought son Bros, and to look at that line of skirts, the Howard Skirts. A woman with a Howard Skirt on, is well dressed. in every respect. They are And the same can be said of a man And the in Royal Tailor garments. gaurantee signed in pen and ink, that Royal Tailor garments will hold their style until worn out, is what no other tailors will give. Go see the garments. te Shelby, in Hickman. W. J. Maddox is visiting his son, Suit on note. admr. Myrtle Milford vs Tom Milford. Lee Maddox, at Terrell, Tenn. Suit for divorce. Misses Carrie and Lucile Burrus, J. R. Bryant vs Lee Armstrong. of Woodland, were here Sunday. Suit to recover on note. It seems John Maddox and family, of Abithat Armstrong bought some mules, lene, Texas, are visiting relatives and gave a note in payment with here. Bryant as surety, and mortgaging R. J. Hunt and wife, of Paris, the mules to secure Bryant. Bry- Tenn., were here a few days last ant had to pay the note, and asks to week. recover 5413.20. F. S. Moore is Mrs. S. Burrus visited Mrs. Jas. attorney for plaintiff. Wm Woods vs I C K R. Suit to Moss, at Union City, several days recover for killing mule, valued at last week. Miss Edna Carpenter, of Hickman, $85. Marguerite Kesterson vs Eminent spent Saturday and Sunday here, the Household of Columbian Woodmen. guest of Miss Burrus. Suit for insurance. Kesterson was B. Roper, of Water Valley, spent killed last fall by R. R. Rogers several days here this week, the in the upper bottom. Koney & guest of bis brother, J. C. Roper. McMurry are attorneys for plaintiff. Farmers have been very busy for some time preparing their ground The following marriage licenses for corn and from present indications have been issued from the office of another large crop will be planted. the county clerk : L. D. Overby, Henry Lancaster, formerly of this of this city and Miss Susan High of county, but now living at Faragould, Hickman county. Overby was re- Ark., has returned to his home, after cently discharged from the United a visit to G. W. Whipple and family. States navy. Luther Dotson and Miss Kate Barnes, both of this city. Fishermen Violating Law. The bride is a daughter of W. F. Barnes, the old ferryman. They We understand there will be some action taken against a number of were married Wednesday night. fishermen who are violating the game laws in this section unless they deHad to Change Name. sist seining and netting, which is in H. N. Cowgill, received a letter violation of the law of this state. from patent attorneys at WashingFor the benefit of those who are ton, Wednesday, that he would have not familiar with it, we give below to change the name of "Rex Pho- Section 1899, Ky. Statutes, relating sphate." It seems that a New York to this subject : man has that name copyrighted and That It hall be unlawful for any person or it is in violation of the law for Mr. persons to catch or destroy fish in any of the running wntera, lakes or ponds, other Cowgill to use it. than private ponds of the state, by meant of t, drag or adopted the name "Pasco" a seine, net other than a the boundary He has trap, except streams formtutt States, and the and other and henceforth his popular drink line between thisadjacent thereto. Any one lakes and ponds thus offending shall, on conviction, be fined "ill be known by that name. In a sum not leas than twenty-liv- e dollars However the change in name will nor more than fifty dollars for each offense, and cost of prosecution. in nowise affect its manufacture and Better let this be a warning. when you call for "Pasco" you are sure to get the best drink on the No. fcf. The John Klstner house and lot In market. West Hickman. Everyone knows this G T Meacham vs Sis dip-ne- Charming Effects In Spring Low Shoes Have you bought your Spring Shoes yet? If you have not, there is still a chance for you to profit by many ideas that may be gotten from the showing of this store. We are prepared to quote you a good price. Nn.Sl. 1(11 acres timber land, never been cut. consisting of yellow poplar, white oak ; In Ben Davis, of Hickman, visited and walnut 3 miles from railroad; It. Tennessee. Owner cannot look after Got ITU) cash? Beo us. his old home Sunday. place. Rush Creek. Our stock represents all that is newest and most fashionable in Men's and Women's Shoes. You will find in it many styles that are made for and controlled I by us. The most charming and most effective styles in Oxfords, Ties, Pumps and the many novelties shown only at this store await your choosing. Surely, you would not buy your Spring Shoes before coming to Lizzie Roper, is recovering from a siege of pneumonia. Mrs Chas. Noonon.who has been very sick, is slowly Improving. Mrs. Maggie Ramsey, of Clinton, visited her parents, Henry Davis and wife, Sunday. Mrs. Wra. Crostic hurt herself quite seriously a few days ago by falling from a door. Lee Davis is suffering with a wounded eye, having pierced it some time ago with a barb wire. Henry Davis went to Clinton, Mon day, to assist his daughter, Mrs. Ramsey, in the chicken business. The people of Rush Creek organized their Sunday School last Sunday, with Henry Treas as superintendent. Bridal eclat and a veil soon. We won't mention names but let it suffice to say that It is a young roan of noble is a qualities and his', bride-to-b- e sweet fiirl of fine family. "Wait and see." milet & ZKaylor's iMBMi "ill... i .. ) (III lil ii.li tAt.A, tl.it i, tA.sA. UiAt.li iAUs.li UUs.li Ut.s,L IsUslL Ut is.AiUtUliAAiiA,LAAitA.ALtAiii,Li? I The Standard Oil Company is talking of putting a gasoline tank here. This will be a great improve ment on the method it is now band- If this tan is put here, it will led be built by their coal oil tank, As the General Secretary of the American Christian Missionary Society has sent word he will meet with the Christian church people and all who are interested in the Home Mis sionary work of Kentucky, next Fri day evening, I request all the East Hickman people who expected to at tend the services at the residence of Joseph Smith, to come to the Christian church next Friday 7 :30 p. m., and hear Rev. Joseph. Keevil, of New York City, who will give a tree lecture, illustrated by fine stereopti- con pictures, No collection will be taken. Kev. M. u, alaney. Capt. Brown of the "White Sox" informs us that Chas. Commiskey, the Chicago millionaire, and owner cfthe White Sox Baseball Club, will arrive in Hickman about the 15th to take a pleasure trip on his launch. Mr. Commiskey is slated for Chicago's next mayor, and there is little doubt about his winning it he enters the race. Last week this gentleman purchased a baseball park in the heart of that city for which he paid S150.000. Miss Marine Brown returned Friday from an extended visit to Miss Grace Reeves at Cbaffe, Mo., and Miss Laura McCrew at Bernle, Mo, 5r nulckl OGTWE TfMNET ttE MAN y$JfOVZ& "Thoy might bo a litcolor, saying: tle clvller In their answers, It It Is Mr. "I bcllevo It Is Mrs, Wlgglesworth SYNOPSIS. Thfl fitorr open at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter. U. 8. A., visiting, mw the of young Mercer, lie met Ory Mereer. brother ot the dend student. Three yfftra later. In ChlceKo. In MM, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercur apparently plnnnlnic to klilnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gnln possession of Mist ArV Rebecca Winter" mlllloni. A aa a Smith wan mentioned, apparently conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a Melville, who relative, Mm. Mllllcent (oM'hrm that lila Aunt Ilebeccn. Archie nurse, Mlia Janet Smith, nd the Utter's were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrt. Melville. A great Jinan-clmngnntn waa aboanl the train on Hetvc-ca- . wnlch Col. Wtnter met hi Aunt set hit He MIm Smith and Archie. orderly, 8ergt Haley, to watch over Cary that the Mercer Col. Winter learned keatchnm. financial magnate Is Edwin 8. colonet On approaching Cary Mercer, tho Archie, waa snubbed. Winter, aided by on tho cleverly frustrated a holiking to Mis train. He took n great flmltft despite her nllcffccl eonncctlon had with ,the kidnaping plot, which he The not yet revealed to hla rslatlvcs. party arrived In Ban Francisco. It was thought that there were bin persons sang. Archie mystcrl-oual- y the hold-udisappeared. al p p Kcatcham's suite." "What did tho beggar say?" bristled tho colonel. "Only that H was Mr. Kcatcham's suite Mr. E. S. Keatchnm as If that put getting Into It quite out of tho question. Somo underling, I presume." "Thwo Is tho unoccupied room between. That Is not accounted for. Hut It shall be. I will find out who Is In there." Itupert roso as ho spoke, pricked by the craving for nctlon ot a man accustomed td quick' decision. Ho Mllllcnnt's proposal of tho pollco, as ho loft tho room. Indeed, sho called him back to exact n promlso thnt ho would not mako Archlos disappear ance public. "We want to find hlra," was her grim addendum; "and we can't have tho police and tho newspapers hindering us." In tho ofUco he round external heard his aunt brusquely repelling -not this Is preposterous," cried Mraii Melville, "you must have seen hlmipad he come out of the room; you were directly In front of tho doors all jj CHAPTER V. Blind Clews. 'tlwas," admitted the colonel; "can can' the boy be hiding to senro us?" Ho spoke to Miss Smith. Sho had grown pale; ho did not know that his own color had turned. Mllllcent stared from one to tho other. "How ridiculous!" sho exclaimed; "of course not; but hn must be somewhere; let mo look!" Look as they might through all tho staring empty rooms, thero was no vestige' of the boy. He was as clean vanished as It he had fallon out of tho closed and locked windows. The colonel examined them all; had. thero been one open, he would have peered outside, frightened as he had never been when death was at his elbow. But It certainly wasn't possible to Jnwp through a window, and not only shut, but lock It after one. Under every bed, In every closet, ho prowled; he was searching still when Mrs. "Winter returned. Dy this time "Mrs. Melville was agitated, and, natur-.allIrritated as well. "I think It Is unpardonable In Archie to sneak out ri this fashion," sho complained. "I suppose the boy wanted to sea the town a bit," observed Aunt placidly. "Rupert, como In and pit down; ho will bo back In a moment; smoke a cigar, If your' nerves tf n necd calming'." ''' Itupert felt as If he Vcrq a boy ot ten, called back to common senso out of Imaginary horrors ot, Oip,dark. "But, If he wanted to go out, why lld he leavo his hat and coat behind hlmr asked Miss Smith. the mfiv n nnlv PTnlfsrlntr hotel." said Mrs. Winter. "Don't; be o restless, Dertle; sit down." Tho colonel's eyo was furtively photographing every article of furniture In the room; It lingered longest on Mrs, Winter's wardrobo trunk, which was standing In her room. Randall "had been dispatched for a bottle In lieu of one which had sprung a leak on tno train; so me irunx stood. Its door ajar. "Maybe he Is doing tho Ccnevra stunt thore Is that what you are thinking?" sho Jeered, "wen, go ana look." Light as her tone was, sho was not .unaffected by the contagion of anx iety about her; after a moment, wnuo Hunert wna looking at tho wardrobe trunk, and even profanely exploring 'tho swathed gowns held in rigid safety 'by bands ot rubber, she moved about tho rooms herself. "Thero Isn't room foi a mouse In .that box." growled tho colonel. "Of course not," said his aunt, 'languidly, sinking Into tho easiest tchalr; "but your mind is easier. Arcme will Come back for dinner; don't worry." "How could he get by mo?" rotorted hot-wat- the jlme." (nipuhnnn." said Mrs. Winter. mad rang up tba number of tho next .room. Thero was no rosponso; but wlmn sho called tho number of tho rroom adjoining, she seemed to get an , atttwor, for slip announced her namo. r "Have you seen a young lad?"'sho an aneloiry'for" disturbing .colonel. "Pnrhnna ho went into the neigh Iiorln? rnnms." Miss Smith suggested. 8hall I go out "and rap on tho door .of Hip next room on tho left?" On the xlght tho last room ot tho party was corner room, "Why, you might," acquiesced Aunt Itobecca; but Mrs. Melvlllo cut tho ends of her words, mn to.'' Aunt' Robccca.' "Pmv hecccd. suiting tho action to tho words, ttd was out ot tho door almost ahead ot her sunUnce. Tho ntlinrs waited; they were fit intr little flecks of color raddled Mrs. Winter's checks. They could hear Mllllccnt's knock reverberating. Thorn iv mi nti answer. 'Telephone to the adjacent 'room," proposed tho lha colonel. lf iii con-nflo- ' tbew, "He belongs to our party;, has tie by chance got luto yourrooBt; ana ...... .i aim nut in' tow-- a the rceUor with a heightened upt-nn- il courtesy and a ralhcr perfunctory sympathy, based on a suppressed, but perfectly visible conviction that the boy bad stolen out for a glimpse ot tho city, nnd would bo back shortly. The manager had no objection to telling Col. Winter, whom ho know slightly, that the occupant ot tho next room was a New England lady of tho highest respectability, Mrs. Wlnthrop Wlgglesworth. If the young fellow didn't turn up for dinner. hoshould po glad to ask Mrs. Wlgglesworth to let Mrs. Winter examine her room; but ho rather thought they would bo seeing young Winter before then oh, his hat? They usually carried caps In their pockets; and as to coats boys never thought of their coats. The mannger's cheerlness did not es pecially uplift the colonel. Ho warmed It over dutifully, howovor, for his wom ankind's benefit. Miss Smith had gono out; why, bo was not told, and did not venture to ask. Mrs. Melvlllo kept making cautious signals to htm behind bis aunt's back; otherwise sho was preserving tho mien of sympathetic solemnity which sho was used to Bhow at funerals and first visits ot con- dolenco and congratulation to divorced friends. Mrs. WIntor, as usual, wore Sho was an Inscrutable composure still firmly opposed to .calling In tho aid of tho police. Did she object to his making a few Inquiries among the hotel bellboys, tho elevator boy and the people lit tho restaurant or In the office? Not at all, If he would bo cautious. So. ho sallied out, and, In tho midst ot his fruitless Inquisition, Mllllcent appeared. Forcing a civil smile, ho awaited her pleasure. "Go on; don't mind me." said, she. mournfully; "you will feel better to have done everything In your power." "But I shall not discover anything?" "I fear not. Has It not occurred to you that he has been kidnaped?" "Hmn!" said tho colonel. "And did you notice how perturbed Miss Smith seemed? Sho was quito palo;.icr agjtatlon was quite notice able.'" "Sho Is tremendously fond ot Archie." "Oh she knows more than she will say." "Oh, what rot!" sputtered tho colo nel; then ho begged her pardon. "Wait," ho counseled, and his man's rcsistanco to appearances had Its of feet, as masculine Immobility always has, on tho feminine effervescence beforo him. "Walt." was his word, "at least until wo give the boy a chanco to turn up; It he has slipped by us, be Is taking a little pasear on his own ac count; lads do get restless sometimes It they are hold too steadily In the leash, especially If you will excuse mo by. well, by ladles." "If he has frightened us out ot our wits well, I don't know what oughtn't to be done to him!" "Oh, well, let us wait and hear his story," repeated the soldier. Out the last streaks ot rod faded out ot the west; a chill fog smoked up from tho darkening hills, and Archie had not come. At eight, Mrs. Winter ordered dinner to bo served In their rooms, Mrs. Smith had not returned. Tho colonol attempted a military cheerfulness, which his aunt told him bluntly, later In the evening, reminded ber of a physician's mnnnor In critical cases where tbo patient's mind must be kopt absolutely quiet. Hut sho ato more than ho at dinner; although her own record was not a very good one. Mllllcent avowed that sho was loo worried to eat, but she was tempted by tho strawberries and carp, and wondered were tho Call forula fowls' really sp poor; and gavo the sample the benefit ot Impartial and fair examination, In tho end making a very fair meal. It Is not to bo supposed that Winter had been Idle; beforo dinner he had put a guard In the hall and had seen Haley, who reported that his wlfo and child had gone to a kinswoman In Santa 'Ilarbara. "Sure tho woman has a ftnq homo Intlrcly, and she's talr crazy over the baby that's named afUicr hor, for slio's a wlddy woman with nover a child exclpt wan that's la blvin, u little gum; and tbo wudn't lot Ja rlst 'UJ . "Yes," he Said, Very Quietly, "It Is Blood.' she'd got tho cratur. Nor I wasn't objcctln', for I'm thinking there'll be something doln and tho wlmln Is thlm times." The colonel admitted that he shared Haley's opinion. Ho questioned the man minutely about Mercer's conduct on tho train. It was absolutely commonplace. It he had any connection (as the colonel had suspected) with tho bandits, ho made no sign. Ho sent no telegrams; ho wroto no letters; ho mado no acquaintances, smoking hit solitary cigar over a newspaper. Indeed, absolutely the only matter, ot note (If.that wcro one) was that he read so many newspapers every buying different Journal vended. At San Frnnclsco ho got Into a cab and Haloy heard him glvo the order: "To tho St. Francis." Having his wife and child with hlra, tbo sergeant couldn't follow; but he went uround to tho St. Francis later, and Inquired for Mr. Mercer, for whom I.o had a letter (as was Indeed tho case the colonel having provided him with one), but no such namo appeared on thq register. Invited to leavo tho letter to await. tho gentleman's ar'lval, Haley' said that he was Instructed to glvo It to lha geutlomsn himself; therefore, he took It away with him. lie had carried tt to nil the other hotels or boarding places In San Francisco which he could find, aided greatly thereto by a friend ot bis, former!; in "tho old th," a sergeant, now staThanks to tioned at tho Presidio. him, llaloy could say definitely that Mcrcer"wn?not'at any of tho hotels or more prominent boarding houses In the city, at least under his own namo. "And you haven't seen him sinco he got Into tho cab at tho station?" tho colonol summed up. was unexpected; Haley's reply "Yes, sor, I seen htm this day, In tho morning, In this seme hotel." ' "Where?" coort. "Drlnfilng coffee at a table In th' Ho wlnt out, liavlu' paid the man, not aslgnln' nn' ho guv tho waiter enough to makd htm say Thank ye, sor,' but net enough to makn blm smllo and stay round to pull aft tho chair. I folllcd him to the dure, but ho got luto an autymobllo " "Get tho number,?" "Yls, sor. Number hero 'tis, sor, I Ho wroto It down to mako suro." passed over to tho colonel an old on vclopo on which was written a number. "M. 20139," read tho colonel, carO' fully noting down tho number In his own memorandum book. And ho ro- llectcd: "That Is a Massachusetts num ber humph!" Haley's Information ended there. He heard of Archie's disappearance with his usual stolid mien, but his hands Tho colonel con slowly clenched, tinued: ''You are to find out, If you can.rby scra'plng acquaintance with thov'ca'r- rlaco men. It that auto you bavo written a description, I see, as wcll'is Of any rtst count, M. no allusions are made to 10133. And out If that auto left this hotel this afternoon between tlx and saven o'clock. Find out who were In It. Find out where It Is kopt and who owns It. Get II. Hlrdtall, Merchants' Exchange building, to send a man to help you Walt, I've a card ready for you to glvo him from mo; ho has tent mo mon before. Report by telephone at soon at you know anything. It I'm not hero, speak Spanish and have them write. It down. Do by ten, It you can, back hero yourself." Haley dismissed, nnd his own for dinner effectually dispelled by his report, WIntor Joined his aunt. Should he Ml her his suspicions and their ground? Wasn't he morally obliged, now, to (ell her? Sho wat co- guardian with him ot tho boy, who, ho had no doubt had been spirited away by Mercer and his accomplice; and hadn't she a right to any Information on tho matter In hit possession? Reluctantly ho admitted that she did havo such n right; nnd, ho ad mitted further, being a man who never cheated at solitaire, that his object In keeping tho talk ot tho two men from her had not been so much the desire to guard her nerves (which ho know perfectly well wcro of a rebutter fiber than thoso ot most women 20 or IU years younger than sbo); no, ho admitted It grimly, ho had not so much spared his aunt as Janet Smith; he could not bear to direct suspicion to ward her, Uut how could ho keep silent longer? Kicking thU question about In his mind, ho spoiled tbo flavor r cigar, nlthough hit ot his aunt graciously bado him tmoko It In her parlor. And still Mits Smith had not re turned; really, It wat only fair to her to havo hor present when ho told his story to his nunt; no, ho was not grabbing at any excuso for delay; It ho could watch that girl's fuco while ho told his' story ho would well, ho would havo his mind settled ono way or anothor. ' Here tho telephone boll rang; tho manager Informed Col, Winter that Mrs. Wlgglesworth had returned. "Wlgglesworth? What an extraordinary nnmot" cried Mllllcent when tho colonel shared hit Information. ' "Good old New England name; I know tomo extremely nlco Wiggles-worth- s Mrs. Winter In Iloston," amended with a touch of hauteur; nud, at this moment, thero came a knock ut tho door, Thore is all the dlffcronco In tho world between knocks; a knock at often as not conveys a most unintentional bint In regard to tho character of tho ono behind tho knuckles; and often, also, tho mood ot tho knocker Is rollocuud In tho sound which he makes, Wcro there truth Jn this, ono would J ud go that tho porson who knocked at (bis momen( must be a woman, for tbo knock was not loud, but almos timidly gentle; ono might eyongUokt tnat sho was agitated, for tho tapping wus la a hurried, uneven measure.'. tho number horself," declared Aunt Rebecca. "Her-tiI'm going Into tho other room; the will talk more freely to you. Sho would want to spare my nerves, That I tho nulinnt ot being old. Now oiran the door." Hho was half-waacross tbo threshold beforo sho finished, and the colonel's flngert on the doorknob waited only for tho closing ot her door to turn to admit tho lady In waiting. A lady tho wat beyond doubt, and any ono who had traveled would havo been turn that tbo was a lady from Massachusetts. She wore that little cloio bonnet which certain elderly Iloston gentlewomen can nolthnr bo driven nor allured to abandon; hor rich and quiet black silken gown might have been made any year wthln the last five, and' her furs would ham graced a princess. Sho had beautiful gray hair nnd n soft complexion nnd wore glasses. Equally evident to tho observer was tho fact ot her suppressed agitation. Sho waved aside the colonel's proffered chair, Introducing herself In a musical, almost tremulous volco with the crltp enunciation of her section of tho country. "I am Mrt, Wiggles-wortI understand, Col. Winter you? no, thank you, I will not tIL I I understand Mrs. Winter ah, your aunt, la an olderly woman." "This It my tliter ln law, Mrt. Melvlllo Winter," explained tho colonol. "My aunt It olderly In years, but In nothing rise." Tho colonel. In a few words, displayed tho situation. Ho had prevailed upon hit visitor to sit down, and whllo ho tpoko ho notlcvd that her hands held each other tightly, nlthough tho appeared perfectly composed and did not IntfrrupL Kho answered hit questions directly and quietly. She had been away taking tea with a friend; the had remained to dine. Her maid had gono out earlier to spend tho day and night with a sister In tbo city; so tbo room was empty between six and seven o'clock. 'Tho chambermaid watn't there, then?" "I don't think so. She usually doot the room and brings tho towels for tho bath In the morning. Hut I askod her. to mako turc, and sho says that tho wat not there since morning. Sho teems a good girl; I think tho didn't but I haro found something. At least I am af I may have found something. I thought I might seo Mrs. Winter's nleco about It" she glanced toward Mllllcent, who said, "Certainly," at a venture; and looked frightc, constrained attitude r, .... . nets, of which ho wa, fZ self; nnd nt which he ml.tft recalling the same pes, )ft h v7 over tho sergeant .. disconcert "Ilut. first." pur.ued h , f was that bej'bny..,M you exchanged signals in the Tho colonel suppressed f". "Aunt Reeky, you re . ybti notice? And ho llIE , palm of hit hand' hy , t? , I wat convinced that A'rt? t. on tho premises, he , I telephoned So a dUr, 'n v., . know here, a private sgce r tat tl. police, to send me i ,Jri! tt, .J" watch. Hei Is mido p ti t (with tho hotel mtWRcrs ryw" b"3 4 t J' course); cither I cr M boy has kept an eye on i T,v,. s j nnd tho next ix m vc- i found Archie was g jne sa u, gone out with our sec rg h a f,j, suspicious pcrton grxa c j ? tins arranged to detain hlra 'ir.r r:-for mo to got n kqihI lor I fi,'vj yon exactly who left tho raa "It la you who are the a - fa, tlo," said Aunt a '"i,fV ly, out smiling w r"At seven Mr Ke, vi i k went down to the off.o ail dinner, very careful dJs w him, but my sleuth ! ) secretary and the va t t Kei'. v am party pointed cut hj U ut them. Thoy had one : t Arnold, tho Arnolds s "Tho ono who ha, a t'e m-; Rot-err- s th? tj v'.i .1 'e ,, graves and railways' Yes ll .rtb father." "That one; he only ci"t a ft m monts since. Mr Kca in tzi It tecrctnry dined tngcihe- am's own man wntrj 03 tta ltt the waiter for this r. .r'- !'tr ilUhcs. At nine the ilihn sen brought out and ray r i I Kcatcham's valet to pile 'tea 1 farther down the corridor la th til ' These Items the cc cc n tm&i out of hit little red book loti navo nut a.i I'.x' cyi. us you think It means anVhhr "I naro put evrnnwc oa&. w fee -- can 1 weeu until uie;e is know formation, you t err? oc a nouuine ner nenu. did anything else Vine nnw Hon. tneuce--.- ; -- ntu. 'Tho iccrctary pos'rj tort In tho thute n Tbry Vei harn'" a let ef Jet ire a" ia he vsi an Ml ler. J -- Thero had been it tht H rsi lauoo ...... nA on me pasti tho t:cta'3f t hear tho rattle ot to ened. "And you found?" said the colonol. "Only this. I went to my rooms, turned on tho light and was taking off my gloves beforo I untied my bonnet Ono ot my rlngt tell on tbo floor. It went under a rug, and I at onco remarked that It wat a different place for tho rug to tho ono where It had been before. Uoforc, It wat In front of tho dresser, n very natural place, but now It is on tho carpet to ono side, a place where there loomed no reason for ltt presence. Tbcso details teem t.i. inn n liiiuaLn kit V ra!i iut.v . . ... ck ino otner two naa , ineir ... . win cuiuuct mm umh.w Kinncti in miitH " - j - - . poignani appeal, ui, ior mo receiver iu urvm oilier man imcrivuvu, -- - - trivial, but--- " after-dinne- "I can too they are not." aald the colonel. "I'ray proceed, madam. The ring had rolled under the rug!" Mrs. Wlgglesworth gave him a grateful nod. "Yet, It had. And whon I removed tho rug I taw It; but ns I bent to pick It up I saw something clso. In ono. placo thero was n stain, as largo as tho palm of my hand, a little pool of It looks llko blood." Vn ' r" .w. "... hll ti,l Mrt. Mellvlllo uttered an exclama, V(w II U II k in tion of horror. ,.,..l. una thT& tl Tho colonol's fnco ntlffcned; but .-mmlne down tlie ccn LI.,". ... " " there wat no change In hit polite at led to tho clovntor, trunt. " tcntlon. Ho enic-r- a i,..rn, him "May wo bo permitted to tee this nnd busied himself ascot ah, stain?" said ho. Tho thrco stepped through tho cor rldor to tho outstdo door, and wont .it I... anti eve.1 CJCe Into tho chamber. Tho rug was flung ....... ). nu ra to ono tide, and there on tbo gray vcl vet nap of the carpet was an Irregular, Ihn rrslCCt 01 - ' sprawling stain about which were .on nml Ihn lave Pf 10 K" spattered other stalut, tomo crimson, . , t AiiA.t ill njent somo almost black. .. 1.1. nk who I " Mllllcent recoiled, shuddering. The i.n... thin ha found colonol knelt down and oxumlnod tho l.. iwii.iv uho ess. a stains. "Yes," ho said, very quietly; ai is. jo. . Ki "you are right, It Is blood." ' tinrsli'inilllll b3 .. II Tboro was a tap on tho door, which . was opened Immediately without wait w n v tt .iiiiisiuu .... ).,. KSt ID. iui lng far a permission. Mllllcent, rigid with fright, could only stare helpless wat an Inspiration, ly at tho erect figure, tho composed, a benediction- .palo face and tho brilliant, Imperious eyes of hor aunt. .. ixdou. "Wbat did you say. Ilortlo?" said Robccca Winter. "I think I havo a ihn ftfiuruuuu v trc . '.: Ih,. ri right to tho wholo truth." " rrs bi-.r-- -ously tho elevator car brtin Vi'X more was necu 10 wno tnouiu iomow, Hunert uaae uie dct. k rA "( I "- 7 , . L -111. t.11. -siairs. wiiuu, wn ; instinct, no ciung io -lad was to fctcn ino ni.ea r tievs of tho Keatcham Meanw hi 0 Ituperi forth liefore IM cwscu uw. .... mu r ni- rat.- . .. . -innrn noneiruieu .1... r . lw.r' nnfl n murmur of v .CS valet c;:cned tt Kcatcham's w rinnr I In unoke to sriae oui; ": -- m 1 LI 17 VJ - i. a -- 1 .n . . ..i-t.-- fc 1 1 aiK-'1-- 1 a m m L. 4 ' .. l- i" - CHAPTER VI. The Voice In the Telephone. "Well. Hertle?" Mrs. WIntor bad gono back to hor parlor In tho most docile manner In tho world. Her submission struck Rupert on tho hoart; It was at It the wore stunned, he felt. Ho was sitting oppoalto her, hit slonder, rather short figure looking shrunken In tho hugo, unly uphol Tner . fti minded anu uei"" by 0,000 cUsMko, tended niiinr ihimiiiiui manual work. wMk' -' lest and reuulro pc . m-- " ... .i...ii.'""- . . . ., hi' " .. ' win care. Clear grit tpect: It it tuo somelhlng. '..a, and !" V t,ch cH" iliM stored easy chair; be kept an almost acbitvcmepu OCCCSCOO I PREVENTINQ PAINT TROUBLES. , Thcr. Are , . r,,01 in B' Othtr Troubles ta pain 'n t10 10 " hn need of a spe cial rcmodr to relieve and euro Hie congestion or l Processional rrm SUIaw'i OtttorU, "CKrlAlUm."! t.ack iJ. t of tho kidneys that l In terfcrlnc with their work and causing that pain inakca you aay: Oh, tnj bock." Thompson Wat-kinprofessional nurse, 420 N. :3d 8t , rarsons, Kana., iimn I waa an. twinges across tho that Tllm wMt the gaftti Jwr ht $4eer Willi Co tread In HU royal wavi Mt rut (omt from abovti In bit rowir and Uvc Co die tn thli Paulen day. fill troit H the itun ot a love divine. Mil crown It the ol wit. Mc btan fill load tn the lorrowful roaa Jlndb(ndi'iiib the burden !jw. thora-wrtai- It's cm enough to recognise th symptoms ot poor paint, after It has been on awhile after Its' Inherent tendency to crack and peel and scale and blister, etc, has, developed Into troublo, You know tticso paint "diseases" usually Indlcato adulteration or substitution In tho paint materials. And you know tho only remedy is repainting. A llttlo knowlcdgo ot paint and painting requirements, and how to mado sure of tho purity and quality of materials, would prevent nil trouble, and savo tho big extra expense of edge ot slmplo health-laws- , and ot them, proventa sickness, A coraplcto painting guide, Including a book of color schemes, specifications for all kinds of painting work, and an Instrument for detecting adulteration In paint materials, with directions for using It, can bo had frco by writing National Lead Co., 1802 Trinity Hide, Now York, nnd asking for Itouseowner'a Painting Outfit ' No. 40. A Tory slmplo guldo In tho purchase of whlto lead (tho only stiro and safo paint material) la tho famous "Dutch Hoy Painter" trademark; that trademark Is an absolute guarantee of purity and quality. EXPERT ADVICE. One of the Important Duties of Physicians and the WeU-Inform- ed of the World Just as a proper knowl- Is to learn ns to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufacturers of mcdicinat agents, hs the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to tho uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well known to physicians and the d generally that the California Fig Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of its product, has nttaincd to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, nnd, therefore, that the namo of the Company has become a guarantee of the excellence bf Its remedy. Well-informe- TRUTH AND QUALITY d appeal to tliei in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call tho attention of nil who would enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right living with all tho term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute to that end nnd tho use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the proper time, the California. Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject nnd to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won the nppov.il of physicians and the world-wid- e acceptance of the because of tho excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufacture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. Thi3 valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wid- e acceptance as the most excellent of family laxatives, nnd as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well d known to physicians nnd the of the world to be the best of natural laxatives, we have adopted the mOre elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effeefs always California Fig Syrup Co. note, when purchasing, the full name. of the Company plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of Figs or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Syrup of Figs which has given Co. and the same heretofore known by the name satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by nil leading druggists throughout the United States, in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906. Well-InformeWell-Informe- d, Well-informe- Row . h T tmu It tht aracf of Mil lacrtd l lvp Jlnd leoilff fcivond jlLns 8lnce Kidney secretions. K,JnC3r I,,,U 1 8m ,rC-t- ea fcj trail dealers, SO eents aY.box. l,rM.AJW Co, Iluffalo, N. PB05AIC thf:o tMiblea." CNDINO OF DREAM, Cbotuh weary and wcra, with ibt mrrciKii icorn Of S Bierld Kt hj mmt in ti.nn Cb( burden ot wrong ibat tarib rcari aiona, Pill toll, sad fell Ik K. M tint of man tlnct ibt world tcaan, Cbey have laid, dear Cord, on Che. Chen on to (be end, my God and my rmrir Mrtrth.le... Editor tendi om n.lU.. It Por-- n, irtaa of an unknown Kansaa J; it - and wis drrsaed In Breen. j A roo nro"h. 51, W3eJ to ITi' t- - J r hand In hers and K If lana'lcPie tsr am. it.ia Jlrr eyes, black and l,h cjrr "Her hair rPd very waa a ser-- tnv banntr IltfM MaM Cbou art come trom above, In Cby power ana icce Co endure aid tutfer and diet Ullih 20O00O00O00OO0OCC irieaa, Mh r bo a railroad collision or a we Inquired. kc'tl fre sar" she said, "but It will car-- -t as to be painless." Ut t e awoke, because aome-kc'-t us In tho ribs and Cct on your sldo of tho j my share of tho kd tzi 1st me have thinking about It t wo tT8 e belle te somebody Is 1C j M subscription In advance. -- Kirusl y Journal. j drain n .. Ill win ai.fin1v " ' Woman and I ,l'w"nt the I I j- was'r-nchl- Life Festival .V 't llutler Pardon this Interruption, but thero Is a deputation ot unemployed waiting for you at tbo door. His Excellency Toll tho peoplo to go homo quietly. (Drains a glass ot. cbampagno.) Peoplo In this world can got on very well without work at least I Cnd It so. COVERED WITH HIVES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Aobmssts hn PLEASANT FOR DAUBER. - IMS is En renter 3.-3, tea (to Dauber. A. N. A.) bcl It's great to meet up vli cf in pcrfesh out hero tn d U!il Humiliation. c?raji small boy or six la rapid-!rt!- - jj- - rtanly ways. Not long ago i'j at school planned an There were to bo lltlls k-vti recl'atlons and a mysto-t!c:- s rib-baTho small boy waxed tonzt-.- r c;r.cernlnc the coming cf th!a show, and more especially tit ran ho would take. Ca 'le ciT'ng of tho entertainment t' crhtr tuKsested that ho should lUt h:s I U sister, acod four, with He hung his bead, 3: j want to take horr hit A zi glo-tit- s ecirr N;. I den t:c.l hr eA:J camo quickly. "'Cassf there ain't nono of th other Kin hu to bring their children." Ttre;'y not" t," ho answorcd. Hetty had been doing fat ' and his father was pleased ar cf the new Interest, hoplnf m b!fr thlnss, Jiw i that, mjr gonr. gaj he Irta Enler. Bc'y ruhe d out to meet hla fathci at t rr night a he waa ri'turnini 3, :rk ,nJ Mili breathlessly: Oh. rra, I won't hato to study Mary to hsrd at school any mora" Ni w -- Lots t Uoutkttwr tllClt clM-- " Th' LESS MEAT Advles of Family Physician. ,,"7 d ,yiT lwpl 'bought 'or "rength and The mJn meat nco muscular Kl5"r to require mcat two or thrM 8clc,iC0 ha foun1 ou .comD,ou th,n 0 ori)cr le" f0- .ho workcJ hanJ wm rVhnw,tt a . fan-tt- . ?lnK ,et,t'f 'nun a N. Y. man. rwa?MUircred ,or carB w,lh JJ"1- - a S d me,1VoVOcUatnC,"' tteis ?.V:caf re,,r 1 trled I,,aco tlb0 ,fIe1 of n U8UaJ hfi-i- f S P0ta,0C' otc-Krtllet UQt I tried arapo- - f Mh'lc"' ,noat and tL uraP-N"- t 'ancw "tmj;e'fartwo fltedlv.'.""1"- for tho years, s Orapc-Nut- ;W00 before. t0ffhhefal'h than m"Hclno I had taken fa,-r- a AS'ha'J4! Mery h Ch"d.rCn nro C.Cn for year. hcallr nrul we tt5?hB,?, much bCMbulX rot ?; U Wou!( rtpi ?tun c" tlle . ' r.d L Pero a Hiwn. "''"I. "d full of fcunJIi TIIK dim childhood of tho human race, Child a Mass of Dreadful Sore, Itch- -' man, not woman, waa ing, Irritating Humor for 2 Months mndo tho central Little Sufferer In Terrible Plight. It appear, of much that celebrated Disease Cured by Cutlcura. tho triumphs of llfo over death, the conquests of mankind "My six year old daughtor tho over tho foes that beset and menaced dreadful dlscaso called hives had two for the highest but not the strongest of months. Sho becamo affected by playtho animals. Fatherhood was honored ing with children who had It, By mora than motherhood. In homo parts scratching sho caused largo sores of the crude, younR world, and the pa- which wcro Irritating. Her body was triarchal head of tho family qulto a complcto soro but It wns worse on eclipsed his mate or mates In such dis- her arms nnd back. We employed a tinction as camo from obcdlenco to physician who left mcdlclno but it did the Injunction to "be fruitful and mul- cot help her and I tried several remetiply and replenish tho earth" dies but without avail. Seeing tho It la different now. In this singe of Cutlcura, Remedies advertised, I tho world's development the festival thought I would try them. I gavo her of tho renewing and reawakening of a hot bath dally with Cutlcura Soap llfo la mainly feminine, notwithstandand anointed her body with Cutlcura ing the fact that It celebrates tho Ointment. Tho first treatment reof tho Son of Man. lieved tho Itching and In a short tlmo Women, not men, mako of Easter the tbo dtseaso disappeared. Mrs. George great spectacle and dny of rejoicing L. Frldhoff, Wnrron, Mich., Juno 30 which It has become In nearly all parts nnd July 13, 1908." ot the Christian world. Women pre- PolUr Vng a Cbtm. Oorp BoU Inpi Boston. dominate In tho churches. Women give tho Kaster streets their glow ot Other Men's Wives. color and wraith of charm. "What a pretty party this Is," sho Tho world understands now, If It said, as sho looked around tho beautidid not long ago, that woman Is tho ful room at tho pretty women sitting high priestess of the tcmplo of life. on tho long divans ngalnst tho wall. Bhe Is the mother, thu nurse, tho "And these aro your wives? Aren't guardian angol of childhood. She la they swcetT Isn't It lovely!" tho teacher, tho comforter, tho homo "Yes," ho admitted, "but you ought builder. Sho takea few-- Uvea and saves to havo been at our party last month many. Sho risks her own llfo that when we had a lot of other fellows others may live. Woman earns her wives. U was a whole lot lovelier." primacy In tho great festival of tho Dcware of Ointments for Catarrh year's now birth. In tho realm' ot the spirit, also, that Contain Mercury, woman la tho priestess of life. Sho la u mrrrurr wfil furejr lh wiim ot fma bM a4 coapwlr drranf lh wbol intern the embodiment. In a higher degreo BUflnr It tbroutb lb nuooul turltm. Suctl than man, ot tho hopo of tho rnce, the ftnkW tuiul4 brrrr tm turd tterpl on pmrnp- wy rrpuiADia u buoyancy And faith of the soul, tho op- uoatd rrora un fufcl to pnruci&n you im umm to Um rood wui iu pnMibir trom Urn. lUU'a Cfcurrti Cure. nutnurctuml timism ot trust In the reign of good tr P. J, Ctoftry a Cb Totalot O.. ronukit no mtt and tho triumph of llfo over death. curf. M M Ukco lntfroI:y. iftlnf dlirrtrr upoo blood ind nurout aurfAcr ot lb intern, la Sho has more of the resurrection Ilia buytnc JUU'i Ciurrn Cur t tun jrou ftt tt II to Uken InterokUr ftnd tnidi tn ToltUH man. spirit than bio. br r. 1. Cbfr A Co. Trauraonuii trr. KUd br Druituu. It Is for this reason, qulto as much I'rta. lie. prr bottl. TU UUl'i runllr 11IU tor couuptuoa. as becauso of woman's grace nnd charm and song and hughtcr, that Footrest for Invalid. the Kaster she fits so In making a gift tor an elderly perenvironment Sho hna tho spirit and son or Invalid the comfort ot a footShe mental outlook of spring. stool or tcotrest should not bo overmore sensitively and Joyously looked. A carpet remnant Is excellent of llfo for this purpose, or the sound parts man to tho than on tho earth, tho bursting ot buds, tho ot a wornout rug or carpet may be unfolding of llttlo leaves, tho quicken- utilized. ing of forest and orchard, fluid and garden, For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. Heat, Stomach or Whether from It Is easier for woman to bcllevo Nrrvous troubles,Colds, aches are irdlljr the than for man, easier for her to feel relieved by Capudlne. It's to take Krrecti Immediately, 10, 3 and thrill to tho appeal of tho resurWo at Drus Btorcs. Sho outers mora Intensely and rection. than man Into the very heart and Whon a woman goes away on a visit soul of the Kaster story. And the for a few days, never ask her wby sho spirit that accepts most unreservedly takes so many1 clothes with her, for and gladly Kaster'a religious nnd his- bow clso could sho show her friends toric moaning Is tho spirit which Is that she haa them? best attuned to tho Bprlngy glory of Thousands of country people know that tho world. Tho difference Is clearly marked In time of sudden mUhap or accident e is the lest lulutl-tutWizard early In llfo. Kaster la far moro to tho Hamlin! the familyUildoctor. That is wby for boy. Tho formor, not it is so often found upou the ahelf. girl than to tho the luttur, finds that tho day nppcals to hor strongly before she understands lie who Is false to duty breaks a Tho boy's thread tn tho loom, and will find the much of Its significance. Interest Is narrower, less curtain, less flaw when ho may havo forgotten the hearty, lie Is out of touch with much causo. II. Ward Ilcechor, that his sUter feels In tho Kastor "Urown'n llronchtal Trofhea" stvs relief ' and tho Kaster customs, In llronchlal and Luna; Troubles, A. aim From Inraucy to old ago, therefore, file remedy JS rents a tax. Hamnlr sent ' by John I. Urown A Bon, lluaton, Mass. tho spring festival Is distinctively a woman's festival. It Is fumlnlno In Tho asslstanco wo get is seldom sat outward beauty and charm. It Is femi- Isfactory. Tbo best way ia not to j nine, also, In tho Inner graco of the teed It. heart that feels and the spirit thut In tho reign of good and tho unending triumphs ot llfo over death, tho cradlo over tho grave, tho new over tho old, Ilia soul over tho mortal body. Louisville, Ky. San Francisco, Cal. U S. A. INCORPORATED New York, N. Y. London, England. 1 Aesthetic Lily. "Hero comes my llttlo Lily!" a doting; mother to a roomful of guests, "I have nurslo take her for a walk In tho park every afternoon, and you have no Idea how rapidly It Is developing her senso of the aesthetic tho beautiful! Come here, my darling;. Tell us what you remember best about your walk In the park Lily's breath came hard. Sho paused a moment, then answered in a shrill, excited treble: "Oh, mamma, the bears smelt aw- fuL" Took tt Personally. An author encased a young lady typewriter to tako down his new novel from dictation. At the passage: "Oh! my adorable angel, accept tho confession from my Hps that I cannot exist without you! Mako me happy; come and sbaro my lot and be mlno until death do us parti" his fair secretary paused and ingenuously Inquired: "Is that to go down with the rest?" This Trade-mar- k Eliminates All Unceriainiy in the purchase of paint materials. It is an absolute guarantee ot ity and quality. For your own protection, see that It is on the side of every kfg of white lead you buy. 1M2 "I have suffered with piles for thirty six years. One year ago last April I be gan taking Cascarets for constipation. 1st the course of a week I noticed the pile began to disappear and at the end of sis weeks they did not trouble me at all. Cascarets have done wonders for me. X am entirely cured and feel like a new man." George Kryder, Napoleon, O. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Slcken.Weaken or Gripe. lOc.ZSc, SOc Never sold In bulk. Tn Ben-ni- ne tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your mossy back. S3 PILES Consumption itnpli Ituiruu ' ineMtuueewuT Triiltf taHdlac In In New Book on CLOVER SEED BBBJBBJBJ Abiolutel) Pure. No Weeds Ei. Cot. Hoard ot Witcontln. from Jo acres town 10 Salter's toth Ctntury Alfalfa, barrelled within s weeks after seeding flKO oo is what It la Ice. It it Is "cracked up to be," if worth ot magnificent har. or at the rate of acre, hlff or, ratalotf over SM.M Mod IOO tn etampa for Mmple of tbu atfelfa fclo tuition Dotur tinea, Oau, WhMt, Barter, ete., man'! money to get worth SIO.OO or tartwlth. Or.Mtul l4o andwe 4d a ammole Una aeed borcltj never Men before by yon, SAUER SEED CO.. Boi W. La Crosse. Wis. pr el fri ru tod. ft to Wfttor pare, cloth bound tnedlcaJ boo on eoosarapUoo. TtlU la plain now coDtumpttoa b cured in your own faomo. Tbo Dock la nten Writ laUlr troo. 100 FREE TO ALL YOMKERMAN ell7 of. kiltauNs CO. BMav DEFIANCE STARCH A. N. K. to tbo lroan. F (190913) 2275. Want a Telephone? If you do you can get it. If you art! anxious to get into closer touch with your friends, with the family doctor, with the store, with tho post office, or with the cotton buyer, you can do it with a telephone at hand. If you want to make the farm a more livable place, if you want to protect your home, you can do it by installing a telephone. If you will cut out this advertisement, write your name and to our nearest house, address on the margin and mall it we will end you at once a copy of our Free Bulletin No. 107 osa to-d- ay dtrr lr 1 "How lo Build Rural Telephone lines" IJquld-pleai-- ant This Bulletin explains clearly how a rural telephone system is built and operated, and it also contains full information as to costs. In a Farmer's Mutual Company a few day's labor and a casta Investment ot about S2S. per subscriber, will purchase all material and build an absolutely standard system. A Rural Telephone Is an Investment, not an expense. The cent per telephone which enables you to sell ten bales of cotton at This Book Sent Free nound more than the travclincr buver offers you, has paid for its en tire cost. If you have some hay down all ready to go in, it is worth, something to have a telephone with which to call on Neighbor Smith "for .a lift" before the storm breaks. The Rural Telephone pays for Itself each year and we have brought the initial cost within the reach of every farmer. Present prices arc especially favorable and thousands of Farmers' Mutual Companies are now organizing so as to build their lines this Spring. Write us to-da- y. 1 WESTERN ELECTRIC AtltnU Seetatrs OtfktS Ksiws Cttr Porumoeth Saint Lewis Ondoutl Pillu Indianapolis Sarsanah The world's oldest sad Urfett mnu!cwir. Titers are over 4,ouox Wei lent Electric Tllepnones U use In the United States r. Ksrsl Tsleslsses a specialty Nenbcra as4 Wcstira Oillcts PldUdcliida Boiton Pitburr Chicafo Salat Paul Dearer Los Aofclea lilt lateCltr San traocuco New York Omaha Seittl MeofmUKwt sT.eU. PUTNAM FADELESS 00.,DYES, unuu iisairt. ... Iv.l.kt.. A la... mIam Ihaati M ftikftp (t rVrlls lor Irss botUet-t- U 0ns tOe pactat colors all then. h) Ois. Bleach aaa Hit Colors. Mumnut. The, drain cold wslerbettK thin snr other die. You east! auinoy, iiimoi. core-moni- , Where Tlmo Halts. "There aro some people who nerer get beyond a certain age," said the man at the railroad gates. "Tho unmarried woman who never gets beyond 25 and the child who travels who uover reaches the age ot five." brass-buttone- For (Dlx DISTEMPER il.lil ehowtoroiriirvHHt.whoiii(tlt(or;ott. in Booaiet, "Dlatewvwr, Chamlile and PflCUCU IUn SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. BaCUrioloaiata OUOnuil, inu, u. o. as. tiinnr. end tnalUre BrereaUr. as matter how ho nee et ear aee ere Infected ew the "o Uie elMd.M IJ41H1L atren buOr. towl t on tn tkBlood and UUnJei eiljoe Ska and tevt ttd onous nnul troiu tU lir4 Uietwuper U flr1l;t aaiojif human Cure llry. UivMleelllallieetockreuedjrt thle out a li fine ktdner reaiwlr- - toe and SI a bottle, M end 110 d.en. rink Eye. Eptsootl Shlpplnii Fever & Catarrhal Fev DCS A gruteful tnuti nuver has to look Into his pocket book to seo how much ho hna to bo (hunktul for Becauso of thou ugly, grizzly, gray hair Uas " LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. a 1 AFTER Blessings not vouchsafed to the dwellers in mansions, often come to the sojourners in homes, and the wanderer from its sacred precincts, as portrayed in the printed lines of the old song of "Home, Sweet Attention Farmers! HULL! have more nutritive vnlue thnn common hay, which costs 50 more, is more convenient to handle, is perfectly free from dust or foreign matter and is healthful and appetizing. is the mosl concentrated nnd riches! feed known: has about six times the nutritive value of corn and four times that of wheat bran, while its cost is about the same, and for feeding cattle and milch cows will reduce your feed bills and give better results. For Representative, i Jiioi, i i t t DOCTORS Frank Third S M p For Mngistratc. A WILED LydlaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cured Her. I MmUim,,,'";, II Lur Home." "from nllurvmenti nlirtwl, which lull flutter the jrr. My unwtlnflnl hrnrtturna nml mti with n lull. Horns tttct. horn. lie It DEMOCRATIC NOMNErJ Cotton deed Hulls Cottoo Seed Meal forms a "Balanced Ration," sFPPtfl (increasing milk and butter giving better results, I production in cows and flesh, fat and general condition in all other animals) than ThP MlXPrf Wlllltnantlo, Conn. "For five yenrs fluttered untold nfrony from female How these lines of living light troubles, causing backache, Irregularl. ties, dizziness niul nervous prostrashine on the pathway of weary and tion. It was lmi0Bslble for me to wane upstairs heavy laden, making the foot paths without stopping easier to find and pleasanter to folon ttio war. I low, throughout the varieties and tried three differ, vicissitudes of the journey of human ent doctors nnd life; all of which are unseen in each told mo some thlnir different. I "marble halls'' and unknown in rcceUed no benefit richly appointed "establishments," from nnr of them. where only fashion rules the hour, but seemed to sufand folly crowds home affections to fer more. The last . -- -i uutwr miu now-- i the wall j where veiled faces andach I iiiff would restore log hearts tell of gilded shams, and J 1 my health. 1 began fields of desolation and decay of the inking Jjjrdla K. llnkhatn's Vegetable ' "life that is worth the living compound, to dco whai ii woiiui uo. and I am restored to my natural rrer m humble home," there U no place llkx iot For Sheriff: GOALDER Ji iks j Circuit Court Clerk. J- - W, KuUiS Vor Jailer. JOE Nc " u School Superintendent. MISS DORA 'M 1 in County Assessor: CHAS. BEALIiS PURITY IK WOMANHOOD. A German philosopher has poeti- Any Other Feed in The World Let us Supply You With Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls NOW ! ! The demand being asked for this product, and purchase their winter 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- is increasing, and dairymen should take advantage of the remarkably low prices now 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, Money to Loan. KY. 4lJ Seeing Machines We Are Agents For The LIGHT RUNNING NEW HOME Sewing Machines and carry several styles in stock. We carry needles, belts, etc., for all makes and can furnish attachments or parts for same on short notice. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Incorporated 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on farm lands in Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton County, Ky. About one-hathe cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made in sums of SI, 000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or mak ing any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of one year, interest be ing stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write. 0. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. lf I Slogans tab I FREE dewing Machine runs lighter than any other. lasts longer than any other. tSPFREE tSPFREE 6 cally and truthfully said, "The two roost beautiful things In the universe are the starry heavens over our heads and the sentiment of duty in the human soul." Few objects are richer for the contemplation of the d truly man than is a young woman who lives, acts, speaks and exetts her powers for an enlightening conviction of duty in whose is the soul voice of duty of God. In such woman there is a mighty force of moral power. Though they may be as gentle as a lamb, or modest In their demeanor, there is in them what commands respect, what enforces esteem. They are the strong women. The sun is not truer in its course than they are to theirs. They are reliable as the everlasting rocks. Every day finds them in the same beautiful, steady and moral firmness. Men look to them with confidence that knows no douot. They are fearless and brave, they have but to know their duty, to be ready to engage in it, and though men laugh and sneer, though the world frown and threaten they will keep at it. No character is complete until It is swayed and elevated by renblne piety. No heart is fully happy till it is imbued with tne spirit ot piety. No life is all it may and should be until it is baptised in the waters of piety. This divine grace of the soul should be sought by every young woman and cultivated with the most assiduous care, for without it she is destitute of the highest beauty and divinest charm and pow er ot womanhood. high-minde- wv, wuiimanuc, conn. The success of E. llnkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, Is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence br women who suffer from displacements, lnHnm-matloulceration, fibroid tumors. Ir regularities, periodic pains, backaclip, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency. Indi gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra tion. For thirty years I.ydla K. Pinkham'i Vegetablo Compound has been the. standard remedy for female ills, and suffering women owo it to themselves to nt least give this medicine & trial Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should It noi cure your n health." Mrs. Ktta Donovan, Box County Judge. W. A. NATL. I n, County Attorney: JAS W Ri County Court INDEPENDENT Cleric S. T. R PER TICKET. For Sheriff. CUAS. N.X!." UOME INFLUENCE. For County Judge. LOVELY WOMAN. is more beautiful than FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds eggs (15) for setting, S1.00. Splendid layers. Mrs. G. B. Threlkeld, State Line, Ky. any other. FREE has less vibration than any other. is easier to operate than any other. . Administrator's Notice. can own your own home much cheaper. See us for town lots Hickman Courier Rralty Co. Don't pay house rent when you tSPFREE All pernoni holding clalmi ngalntt th M. Uaeon, decanod, are hereStockmen. by notified to pretent the tame to me (or allowance on or before the lit of June next, The Courier is prepared to print or they will be forever barred; thli March any and all kinds of stock bills on 4th, m. 1p. T. A. Prather, H- r- Adtnr. short notice. We have the cuts, the oatateof W. &FREE makes tSPFREE a more perfect etitch than any other. The best coffee in the world for tvoe and know how to do the work. Don't co out of Hickman for this 20c a pound. We can prove it. Bettcrsworth & Parther, kind of work. is the best of all combined in one. FREE SEWING MACHINt CO. CHICAGO ILLINOIS it FOll 8 ALE II V F Inti time to fill your bin with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH is tlio FIN Easter Powers. Roses $2.00 to SJ.00 Amer. Beauties......$4.00 to $12.00 Carnations $1.00 to $1.50 Easter Lilies $3.00 to $4.00 Violets $1.50 per 100 Your Easter Order will be greatly Miss Frankye Reid. appreciated Coal We PITTSBURG Handle BON AIR and TRADE WATER 3VTo- - sock. horn. I'll be hanged 1" said the picture. "I'll be stumped I" said the tree. "I'll be damned I" said the stream Common Profanity, "I'll be deviled I" said the "I'll be switched!" said the I'll be darned I" said the I'll be blowed I" said the ham. train. Don't do without calling cards Hickman Ice & Coal Co 48 any longer. Everybody else has at or engraved them. Printed reasonable price at this office. Incorporated WHITE WYANDOTTES The fowl, Eggs, $1 gteat per setting ot id. Mrs. L. u. Threlkeld, Hickman, R. R. 3. Phone Woodland, 13-4. 42p ladies' age. There is no mistaking that fact, and in spite ot tate she is going to play no second fiddle in the near future. The ladies, bless 'em, can do any thing now days but fish, and already they are wonderfully proficient in that art even as far as suckers are I he lady never says concerned. can't except when she means won't and when she says"! will," you can bet your neck she Is going to if she has to sell the tamily Bible to do it. The woman of today is a different be ing from the woman fifty years ago. The shrinking, trembling, weeping heroines of lhackeray and Dickens have disappeared. It is better that Whatever our place. allotted to us it is so. For our part, we prefer the by Providence, that forus Is the post Becky bbarps to the Amelia aedleys. of duty. God estimates us not by Not only has the woman a stern in the position we are in, but the way dependence, which to some is well in which we fill it. but she has nigh disheartening, made her determination known to A beautiful person is the natural the world, has waved it defiantly in our faces in the shape ot certain form of a beautiful soul. signs and symbols which have a ten dency to add emphasis to her eman In seeking the good of others, we cipation. find our own. Another thing t A woman can go shopping and save at least a hunWheat Crop Will be Short. dred dollars in spending fifty. Ob, Wheat In Kentucky is showing un indeed, it is wonderful how much the average woman can save when usually poor condition at this time of she goes shopping. It is really I tne year according tne nrst crop reShe is so saving. She would gladly ports which are beginning to come spend five dollars for the mere pleas into the Department of Agriculture ure ot saving wty cents, ihen, from the reporters In each of the she can make fancy work, It is sim 119 counties. ply wonderful what the average wo Practically every report so far In man can do in that direction. She wilj shows the cereal to be far behind, embroider a doily for a church fair, and this is ascribed to the drought using fifty cents worth of material, of last fall delaying the farmers and and at least a week's solid labor and to the lack of much snow during the she will be delighted when she hears winter. that some generous purchaser bought A burley tobacco crop of 150 per it for 75 cents on account of the cent , the greatest in a score of good cause. We hear a great deal years, and a.dark crop of 125 per of complaint from women about the cent, is the forecast for this year by poor wages paid, and the low value the reports, set on woman's work. But my dear woman, it is ycu who have set the Albert Smith has purchased Ed value on your labor. When a woman is willing to spend three months Roach's interest in the Usona Resspare time in order to save a few taurant, at Fulton. cents a yard by making her own carSee the Hickman Courier Realty pet, is it any wonder that her labor Company's list of real estate bars considered cheap. gains, elsewhere In this Issue. is the This The home Influence Is either blessing or a curse, either for good or for evil. It cannot be neutral In either case it is mighty, commeno ing with our birth ; going with us through life, clinging to us in death and reaching into the eternal world The specific influences of husband and wife, of parent and child, of brother and sister, of teacher and and harmoniously pupil united blended, constitute the home influ ence.. Like the calm, deep stream It moves on In silent but overwhelm ing power. It strikes its roots deep into the human heart, and spreads its branches wide over our whole be Ing. Like the lily that braves the tempest and "the Alpine flower that leans its cheek on the bosom of eternal snow," it Is exerted amid the wildest storms of life and breathes a softening spell in our when even boson a heart less world Is freezing up the fountains of sympathy and love. It holds the empire of the heart and rules the life. Our habits, too, are formed under the moulding power of home. The "tender twig" is there bent, the spirit shaped, prin ciples implanted, and the whole character is formed until it becomes a habit. The gray haired father who walks in the second infancy feels the traces of his childhood home in his spirit, desires and habits. The most illustrious statesmen and eloquent ministers owe their greatness to the fostering Influences ot home. Napolen oknew ana felt this when he said, "What France wants is good mothers, and you may be sure then that France will have good sons. JAMES II. SA KDERJ For Jailer. W, T. BLAEEUOU TTVTTVTTVVVVV WTTTTTT When the Fire Whistle Blows Its too late to tike citcr--l ance. Now is a better t.a:- -i ul er time. See us abc.it it lock barn before the h.tif n gsae rates are reasonable cr ccpni the world's best. R. T. TYLER, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAill Ag 4 Cottage. Hotel... Hickman, Kt Board Roorrjs and lugt, by the day or week fortable rooms cm - aw" Reasonable Ratei! Hickman Furniture UNCOWniKATCO-l- Co. Funeral Director! And Embalmeri- - Hlckman, . Strictly a W Mans Laundry try Frank Smith, i Agt- - We do guttering .. ... fimirl lion. t u ton Adams, MolaeiBll1 Rlhbon ,n. Prather'i. worth ,ji