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The Hickman courier: December 9, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909120901_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: December 9, 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. m THE I SECTON 1 A BLUE MARE HICKMAN COURIER. Wagon up thB Hill mrnna thtt your at. flxMrmt orlptlon h Henaw promptly Ifoa wnnt the pipr to rom to roa nftor thin month HBRR the Team that Pullo the Commercial RO. HI m webtebw at Success. The Couriei-'ha- s a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Rxles a! Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ViTCME Ul i:t8Trrr,B kkntookt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909. WHOLE HO. E8TABLIBHED IK THE TEAH 47? lHfm IP as X STUMP? present. Then it's dearly evident that you Chnstmns haven't seen Our u what to buy for n Christmas Goods o?h:h a?RB2srD Ixits of sickness. O Calico of the times days nnd Santa Claus. O O or you would have been "mind mnde up" long ngo. U.it is n our line? Why everything in Drug Store Side at Cc a yard .at O A. S, Uar kott'i. Kfis nro only 3Co Hickman market. Christmas goods at Uercndcs. Lines Purity, accuracy and quick service a dozen on thu Is the moto of our drug department.1 1 Hickman Drug Co. Kodaks High and Camera! o Dorn to tho wlfo of John Dotso'n, Jim Jeffries and Smoky Mr. John glrl.-c- j son will fight near San Francisco on Saturday morning, a July 4, 1910. O Will somobody tell us what become Wo want all tho local nowB. If of the Kastorn Star, which was being you cannot seo n reporter, call No. organized here last summer T Cumberland or Homo phono. O O Tho finest and prettiest llncjof China over shown In Hickman. See Don't fall to seo our big lino of our lino today. NayIora Rook Store.' ChrlsUnas Goods. Presents for old O and young can bo selected from our stock. Uercndcs. Mrs. J. W. Eaton died at bor homo O In Fulton Friday after a brief Illness'. Sho was tho wife of Jim Eaton, and O. M. Ilradberry returned last Wed was nbout 27 years of ago. nesday from Doddsvllle, Miss., whero he has been In tho cotton business it for tho past month. Roach Hargis must servo a life sentence In tho penitentiary for tho O murder of his father, Judge James Wo havo received sovcral loiters Hargis, thu famous Rreatbltt county to Santa Claus but are sorry that wo chleftnn. havo not space to print them. Our Christmas advertisers are keeping us imooo island's now law maltnlgiia pretty busy. man secure a marriago- liceiwelflv O daysi.ab(adof bis - fnarfiagewMcri t. Mrs. Ann" Ilcjfliur, ago 73 years, law; goes Into effect this week, will died at her homo near Drevard's put an effectual stop to elopers marCrossing, In Obion county, Monday, rying In that state. Nor. 29, at 11 o'clock. Sho wag a O natlvo of middle Tennessee, but n Harry Smith, who had been work resident of that county since girlhood. ing hero as a shoemaker, took laud O anum and morphlno with suicidal In Physicians en A young girl In North Carolina who tent Friday night. killed her stepfather told In court deavored to save his life but he died that sho had nover been Inside, of n about 9 o'clock. Eaet Prairie Eagle. church nor heard of God. Yet wo spend millions to send missionaries Horn & Harlow, dry goods mer lo tho faro Ik n heathen. chants of Bandana, Ivy., made a vol untary assignment, Friday, for the Ran Mayor Dillon has purchased tho benefit of creditors, and L. II. dolph was made assignee The lia property of Mrs. Paris, east of tho bilities of the firm are said to bo marble, works and will movo his mar $7,000 with assets from J 5.000 to ble works to that plnco In tho near 16,000. future. His old place has been let O to a business concern of this city. Tho mysterious woman who has been in tho eastern section of the There Is soma recent talk that Mr. county and over In Graves and Fulton Roosevelt will bo tho next Republican counties during the past several weeks candidate for Governor of Now York. Is reported to havo changed her bate As a posslblo candidate for his party of operations to Rallard county, and nomination for President In 1912, a rumor is current that my disclose mnny are inclined to tho Idea of the real object of her nomadic exhid 1 at this season of the year there's JUST a person who is. wondering "what to give a man for Christmas." The man can't tell you; probably he doesn't know ; but the chances are that inside of two weeks after Christmas he'll be coming in here to buy something he wants that you could have given him for a present. Grade Candies Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens Perfumes, Cigars Chriitmas Cards Suggestions for Christmas One of our Hart SchafFner & Marx fine overcoats, for dress, for business, for storm wear; a liberal, useful gift, $16.50 to $25.00. You might think well of a good business suit; Hart Schaffner & Marx make the right kind and we sell them right; $20 to $25. Or, should you not care to pay quite so much for a suit or overcoat, we have splendid values and attractive lr you decide on such a gift the question of. ht can be easily solved; bring us an old suit or overcoat; afterward, if the clothes don't fit him right we'll change or alter them free. J There are many other things for men in a store like this ; not so costly as clothes ; quite as acceptable and useful. Fine neckwear; rich silks of the best quality; many fine colorings and patterns; from 25c to $1.00. A great stock of good gloves from the best makers, $ to $2. And heavier, cheaper gloves for other than dress wear. Or perhaps an umbrella, imported fancy woods, some finely silver mounted; a good variety from $1 up. 1$ Sweater and sweater coats are always acceptable; good things here, from 2.00 to 0.00. Fancy waistcoats for all occasions, for dress or business wear; some very smart novelties, from .50 to 3.50t Or perhaps a suit case or handbag, solid leather and well built, a gift always appreciated by any man, from 5.00 to 2.50. A Xmas box of "Interwoven Hosiery" would come in handy, packed four colors to the box or plain black, as you may like, at .00 per box. 1 1 Helm ALP & Ellison nwnu rnum ur tj LLUiniu COLUMBUS. or.sidcrablo talk nmt ,3 't' lower counties over railway lino from Ms.rfleld. Tlio proposl-- i l g taken up by wealthy .f U..nnton and others alone J they arc doing much to- - - h.irtt -- -3 ) . ti.ii r C ' i.g anu ii ( Ul county ... 1111 ;j tit.- i .i... outside capital lo um niHinin Tho niattor Is being pri'MiiuK .. - 1 1. .I... t .7 - 'lV i n :ii. run, anu u 11 ' umi iiLjiiviu n ill l'uiiii-r .ffrr lift mil n..lt ttt.i .... iroiu iiicKiuan anu uor- iic roau 10 . : i u JI. Hi,'., s in (inancini; tho propo-d stance from Columbus J la about thirty tulle. i V. Mincer. ELLISON DR0S. WILL QUIT DRY of Ellison Rros. havo - GOODS BUSINESS. T-- 5 f;a i dt- ' I' !v t- handling dry coeds, clo- :t tt cs furtilahltiRa. etc, and c: c! s ng out tho stock In this i'.i-.- Tt k"i -I t g wu E'x ri however, contlnuo to and hardware In tho occupied by them. O WANTS PARTIES WHO DURNED ED POWELL'S BARN. la' 'rson, H rJ " "5 '' curred nbout six weeks tt h lbi general supposition V at ll ja fired by night riders, us r" M xsilfied OKaliiHt them In ' ' trial Lot this bo aa It 'i LulUrs to douhnuts that f J' of Tennessee Kots to keep i Wo want cuory Courier reader to seo our exclusive lino of 1910 Holiday Calendars, presenting a variety of picturesque views of Hickman. Tho calendars arc so arranged that the pictures may be changed without any troublo if you desire to do bo. All finished In holiday effocts and heavy durablo enrd. Prices range from i'.'c 0 up. For friends that must bo "re- We Sro rniv O It. t.. i.. mcmbored" without a largo outlay of or Un Holidays. Iluy your Boods That last years overcoat will do money, these, nro Just tho thing. Seo "a us and you will get tho cream this season It you havo Schmidt fix them on display at Holm & Ellison" "U,JU marKots. Naylor's, It up. All work guaranteed. Drug Store. O t' frt of Tennessee, has a r ward of 12.000 for Jio "!fcluu of tho unknown burned tho barn of Kd t r ig southwest of Illck. HoosovelL II! bition. O CnrJIslo County Nowb. O OMflfl r.illtilv nr.Mn Word was received hero last Thurs day telling of tho death of Capt. J. T. Jamison, In St. Louis, Tho tele gram said Cupt. Jamison was a pilot on tho Robert Leo In tho famous raco between tho Leo and tho Natchcx from SL Louis to Now Orleans In 1870, au ovent that will bo romombor- ed by many oldor Hickman citizens, 1 1 PERRY WJH0UT uox or CHRISTMAS A Jltfti 1 WES It Is related that an old Atchison colored woman who has a great many children, takes In washing and works llko n slave, was called on by a doc tor nnd n health officer last winter, during tho smallpox excitement, who told her sho must be vaccinated, The old colored woman was good and mad. Sho said sho had no tlmo to stop to bo sick with vaccination, and besides, could not sparo one of her arms; that tho children would starve and freezo if she could not do her laundry work. Then tho doctor said "Well, auntlo, I will vucclnate you on one of your lowor limbs." "No, slreo," said tho colored auntlo, "can't sparo ono of my legs, cither." Then tho doctor said kindly: "Well, what spot could you spare, because you must bo vaccinated?" Tho old color od womun thought and finally said, slowly: "Well, Lord knows, I dou'l uevur get no chauco to sit down." 1 1 These are only a few suggestions ; we can't catalogue the whole stock ; come in and see. Any goods you buy in this way are on approval, and may be returned and money refunded, if you choose. This store is 'the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Would be Impossible. Cowgill's Drug Store INCORPORATED, Smith & Amberg Ladies $10.00 1-5- Jackets 0 ELLISON 43ROS.S Ladies $10.00 Skirts 5 .00 CLOSING OUT Ladies $10.00 Long Cloaks g.oo Misses $5.00 Cloaks O-5- 0 SALE! ELLISON BROS. Young Mens $10.00 Coat and Vest 1 50 CLOSING OUT SALE To Quit Business Everything in Mens and Boys $3.00 Pants 1 50 Ladies $12.50 Long Coats 625 Mens $10.00 Coat and Vest Dry Goods, Cloaks, Suits Jackets, Pants, Shoes Domestics, Linens Sheetings, Trunks, Valises Dress Goods, Hosiery Gloves, Etc., Etc. Are now being sold at Mens and Boys $2.00 Pants 1 .00 Slaughter Prices TO CLOSE OUT Boys $5.00 Suits And Quit ! ELLISON BROS, hick man. ky 250 SECTION lil ""f.tif I 2- A BLUE MARK HKRK I ill"" ih". krnlurky 7 newa tl""i THE HICKMAN COURIER. up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease mean Ilnw promptly If jrnn want th pupfir to coma to you after thin month that roar h ttlrd R.u, , is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon I the Hxlea at Your Ulagan, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. 7 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR OPES' rW WESTERN KKHTOOtT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1909. INftO Xmas Candies, Cigars, Fruit, Cakes, Nuts, Etc. BEST XjiZTNTES EVER Christmas Candies Wc now hnvc on displny over wcitli of Lowncy's famous enndics, in bci itiful baskets and boxes, ranging in' pr,t from Christmas Cigars Wc have just received a large assortment of the leading brands of cigars, in fancy holiday boxes, that will make a very acceptable gift for gentlemen. These boxes contain 25, 50 or 100 1 1ST HIOK.MA3XT Nuts and Fruits Best Fruit Cakes A nice line of them, baked right in our own bakery and we know they are as nice as can be found anywhere. You cannot afford to make them for the price we ask, as we make them in $000 This is our long suit. We have now on display the largest and most varied assortment of imported and domestic nuts and fruits ever seen in Hickman. 40c to $12 Every piece of it hns our personal gunr-antto be ns good ns the best. Mnkc your 1c cr Choice Cigars and you can spend as much or as little as you please on the gift. A gift that is always acceptable. A big line of all the leading brands at All Fresh There are no old nuts in our stock all this year s crop, and we guarantee them to be the best to be obtained in the market, or you can have Large Quantities in connection with our regular line of baking all sizes and medium prices. sf lections NOW. n splendid assortment of bulk stick candy at, per pound, from mJ Live Don't forget we carry the best line of bread, pies, cakes, cookies and pastry of all kind 10c to $1.00 E5"vox-rt!tLin.- er Economy Prices Your Money Back Made in Hickman' JONES' CAFE MORE IMPORTANT. WE Kvorybody'a MEN NOTICE Kood GrULGLireLXiXGGdL - Hickman, Ky BUBBLES. WHAT ets Represented TAFT'S For Sale to mo bo-- Just NEXT MESSAEG WILL CONTAIN. Just now; Just as as can now; Wife Is gentle, kind and sweet, Gets Just what I wnnt to eat, Murmurs things I won't repeat Rood Uiuy Shlno at tho top You bald heads. can tell the Ume, and tlmo sel- Kin's G. B. will tell. The person with ready money dom Is without a red. first-clas- Lois ! stated upon excellent author among the sug gestions for legislation to bo made by President Taft In his forthcoming message to congress will bo tho Is It ity that prominent , Bond's Addition West Hickman Offlrn Just now. to nv la mnnt nnlltiw. . 'he teal located and Cheap-i- t' properl you can buy. Vi.l am EASY TERMS. Lota i:H ta WiIIE PEOPLE ONLY, "ee S3 at the Oil Mill. . 1. niajr unu worn ui,iiikui" Just now; Grocer docs tho best ho can, Ilutchvr's boy and laundry man For ray comfort Becin to plan Just now. 1 aiua . .. . f Just now; ., ... 10 1 1 Jm 1 First To authorlzo the interstate s cook, nil things commerce With tho commission to Institute In together for good. work quiry relaUvo to Interstate commcrco .You may be light on your feet and matters and to fix rates on Its own Initiative instead of limiting Its funcsUU not travel a path of brilliancy. tions to tho making of rates only afTho toper's favorite song Is not ter complaint has been mado. "Drink to Me Only with Your Eyes." Second To require interstato rail- G. D. Bond. mncada- - he sighed. Cook la meeting every wish Just now; Always gets each longed-for dish-J- ust "Toa are tho first girl I over loved," K "I don't ,eare about that," she - K'rtvu nt a cost of 123,-V- "Hut am I the last girl you ars if Milton can afford to ver going to IotoT" '?zi ' n amount for itreots, why an' '" t runty ipenil about twice Ur 'j Br build a plko from lllck-An old criminal In tho Fulton counNine-tentui !! of tho ty Jnll was onco asckd what was tho cf t'c county would bo bono first step that led him to ruin and ho Hi d ' b ich a road. said: "Tho first thing that led mo to my downfall was cheating an editor out of two years subscription. T"' "v dads lmo cloned a con- - When I did that tho devil bad such tf ' t a ktet l truss on top of tho a grip on mo that I could not shake Of r lew him off." , . 1 t u Juitt completed rS v now; Children novcr mako a nolso "Quiet papa most enjoys!" They nro splendid girls and boys-J- ust now. Oh, how flno It Is to llvo Just nowl l'vo all tho Joys that life can give JUBt now. What n dlffcrenco there'll bo llut, you see. After Christmas Everybody's good to mo F hs Just nowl O O kvq CHRISTMAS TREES: If In need o lino of Holiday a nlco cedar Christmas tree, call at tl coverod. Goods over brought to Hickman at this office. Ownor will deliver. II O 28p Nnylor's Hook Storo. Don't delay, and up. -'Baro cf Imitations:" Schmidt's lluy now. O Coring establishment la tho origin- Hero Is a school hoy's composition A See him "Winter Is tho coldest seacson of Subscribe today. II a rear. tho year, becauso It comes In the O patients In this vicinity u r. nest and Dlggcst - Save Money in Cereals Mother's Kit winter. In tsomo countries winter The best and biggest bargain a housekeeper can buy is a po to your grocer and ask him to show f to comes In tho summer, then It Isn't so worse. I wish winter cnuio In sum mer here, then wo could go BkatlnK, barefooted and mako snowballs without gotttng our flnsers froxo. When It snows In summer thoy call It rain " O informs us thnt hf hogs that has toverul wilt tip tho scales nt 2&0 enrli. This laktJ tho starch out of our hog story I). II. Toombs of labt week. O roads to furnish written statements All the ships bavo steers, but that's not saying that they are all catUo of rates In forco when so requested by shippers. ships. Third To require railroads to Even In this land of plenty, thero Interstato shippers of freight to aro plenty of people who never havo quote their own freight over connectplenty. ing lines. Fourth To vest the Interstato comTho undertaker with unpaid bill merce commission with power to seems to know something about dead chango freight rate classification as losses. well as rates. Fifth Federal control over stock Tho only false teeth some women wear are those they buy at the comb Issues so that rallwny companies or corporations will not bo allowed to counter. lssuo stocks and bonds unUl after How can bachelors expect to ac- they have mado application to tho Incomplish much, except as men of a terstate commerce commission, so slnglo Idea? that tho government may know for what purpose stocks and bonds are People who are Inclined to get Into issued, the uses to which they aro to Cana stew should stay away from the bo put, and to seo that these issues nibal islands. aro for legitimate and useful purpos persons are likely es other than for manlpulaUon; also. Even to bco the point when they sit down to cnablo tho commission to bear theso facts In mind when detcrrnln on a bent pin. lng tho earning power and other fac Tho Englishman who says "My tors connected with tho establishment word!" is' not always the onu who Is of rates. taken at his word. Sixth To vest tho commission with power to proveut Interstate railroads Tho beauty doctor. In order to bavo from puchaslng stock control of own a handsome Income, has to make tho ershlp in compotlng lines. best of come ugly customers. Seventh To creato an Interstato Peoplo who havo had a coolness be- commerce court of probably G mem tween tbem ought to bo glad to mako bers to sit in Washington as a special up and break the Ice, this weather. tribunnl to consider appeals from do Philadelphia Uulletln. clslons and tho rates mado by the O commission, this court to bring nbout A. S. Harkett, of West Hickman, ultimately the evolution of an inter pays the highest market price for all coughs and colds TARP1NE for state commerco codo and uniform kinds of furs. 25c por bottlo. Helm & Ellison. al-ln dull-witte- transportation Judicature. Eighth To so amend thu law ns to eliminate certain methods that havo been in vogue for crantlnir nf rebates, especially those based on en larged, or flcUtious claims for dam ages. Ninth-r- To write nrovislon fntn ih law to bring about tho enforcemont nf tho "lone and short hmii clause" so amending the law as to lomia tbe charging of more for a short than for a long haul over the samo line or route Tenth Tho creation of somo form of commission, or possibly a subdivision under tho control of the com- mission, for tho purpose of bringing anout the simplification of rate making sheets, which aro now so com- plex that many of the railroad-metnemselves do not understand them. Eleventh To change tho law so as to make tho granting of rebates a separate offense for each shipment. Rather than havo them go before a congressional committee and mako war on the proposed amendments to the interstato commerce laws, President Taft is consulting various big railway chloftans with a view to net- Ung their endorsement of tho plans. He has already had conferences with James J. Hill of the Great Northern, W. C. Brown of the New York Cen- tral and Edward P. Ripley of tho Santa Fo. The president believes that ho can havo tho railroad managers friendly to his program, he can get tho war ring factions in congress united upon it and can havo it put through at tho coming session. Mr. Drown is now sounding railroad men and endeavoring to get thorn to agree on a program of legislation nlong lines favored by tho president. The chief featuro of the president's program to which tho railroads ralso objection is tho proposal to prevent a road from owning stock in a competing lino. you. delicious cereals Not onlv is it ?' 13 ' , y A complete assortment of different for every palate for every meal. economy to buy your staple cereals in Scirt qjanmics at economical prices, just the same as it is cheaper to W fl ur by the barrel and butter by the crock, but in every Mother's aMtion to the savin? In rath a special FircleM Cooker Certificate, uponi, which when added to the counoni from the package! in the Jut . oici ewe wonjet(u pifeieM Cooker by merely adding 9 ccnti. 0.1.?. :',K'tconiliHonaMorted pack,, of Mother's Cercali, packed In sanitary " Fucuiti, in which they are guaranteed to keep in perfect condition indefinitely, , ,i w m A. 8. Rosedalo, the photographer, has been on the sick list for soverul duys tho result of taking medlclia In tho dark and getting hold of tlx' wronc bottlo. O You Who Spend Twice for Fuel What You Should Bursa oil coal, hard coal or wood. , i bKU ff .. "J"d J Mulk.r'. Wkli. r u..i $ '. t i..'l Mothr'i u,,w. 0lml. HiuuUliJ llomlnr, Sltl-Cu- t It thero Is a bluo mark on your Courier dont fnll to renew this monfh us oil papers nro discontinued at the expiration of tho llino. v We'll save you a third or half your fuel bill this season If you will listen to reason. If it was $30.00 last winter, how would $15.00 sound for this year? Remember, we guarantee to save a third tho fuel proper use will save at least half. And just stop to think the amount saved in fuel will pay the cost of the stove Cole's Hot Blast saves Us coil ana over, mil wc cuirsnie iniar xesi we guarantee: O 0U k,: iroctf or ii Cool;.? i.in..... i 10 I can be 111 nurchnnl 7- jpc" 'ju. txpreii collect. not vJI 5TV" you free Mother's Cereal, w itnd a useful souvenir. 'HE Great western Ulqn "t,irc ,enJ eiUier nt vnnr itrnrri't hv simnlv Davint? SI. 95. The -. 7. - v J fdeem your coupon! ana deliver me n.n r ircicii the .- couponi and 89 cent directly to us and wc will ihip You aro Invited to Inspect our big lino of Holiday Goods. Uerendes, O write to ui, giving his name and youri, Oiiwtikj UObTON mom Oatmeal NtW HAVEN I'lITMlUWill company Cereal conchin othsr Mius than any onb 1'IIIUDU.I'HIA Ni:W YOMK ST. LOUIS AUIANY lion. Ed Jones was hero from Mos row, Saturday, on busluess. O Cole's Hot Blast 1 A aavlng ot one-thiIn fuel over any lower dralt elovo ot the tamo tlxo, with aolt coal, alack or lignite. -- That Cole'a Hot Ulatt will nnoleia hard coal (or healing a given apace than any baia burner made with aame alto II re pot. J That the rooma can be heated from one to two houra each rooming with tbe aolt coal or hard coal put la tbe stove the evening belore. tbe ttove will bold fire with tolt coal from Saturday night until Monday roornloa. A uniform heat day and night, with iolt coal, hard coal or licnlta. 6 That ercry ttovo will remain absolutely as long; ai uaed. 7 That tho leed-doo- r la and will remala araoke and duit-prooAll wo ailc la that tho itovo thall bo operated according- - to dlrectloni and act up with a good tlue. J 12 UP Hickman Hardware (INCORPORATED) Co. CHICAGO Schmidt swell peg-top Is the man that makes tho trousers. HICKMAN PARENTS SHOULD HAVE A CURFEW. OTHER 8IDE OF THE RAILROAD QUESTION. fgb Optimist's Corner Daily Helps to Health nnd Happiness nyOROROR r. hutler. a.hl.m.0. Fresh air Is essential to ubod health, and there are certain diseases In which a change of air la by far the most powerful meant of restoration to health. This Is particularly true of consumption. There are many lesser failures of health, however such at languor and dys- A special from Dycrsburg SaturTho Courier regrets, for tho parents sake, Hint four moro boys if day, says: this city havo been sontonccd to "An attempt is being mndo by tho serve a term In tho reform school for citltcns of Jackson to connect that breaking Into Sudbcrry's storo In progressiva city with tho Frisco west of tho Mississippi river, Kast lllckinnn Inst Saturday night. It Is not, possibly, tho fault of tho through tho Dycrsburg Northern parents, though, naturally, they feel Ilallroad Company. "llcprcscntatlvo citizens havo had t'm punishment ns keenly ns their offspring. Since tho worst has come, tho matter up with tho officers of tho Dycrsburg Northern, nnd nro ofi nd at this particular time, wo It Is well to again call attention fering tho road flattering Induceto tho fact that too many young men ments to mako this connection. ad boys uro to bo found loitering on Their proposition Is that tho Dycrsho streets of this city at night, If burg Northern connect by transfer tot In day. Every Hickman parent with tho Frisco nt CaruthCrsvllto, Mo. hould linvo a curfnw which should nnd extend tho Dycrsburg Northern ring tonight," and all other nights tn .T.ickunn. In rnsn nurh nn nrrnnco- I mont could bo consummated tho pro t need bo. Tlft'so curfews aro Inexpensive nnd 'posed extension to Hickman may bo can bo rondo at homo. Take a pleco abandoned, and tho road will llkoly of siding two feet long and whlttlo be built to Cnruthcrsvlllo Instead." Of course, this Is only whnt some one end to a haudlo. Tako tho child curfew and bend It enthusiastic correspondent at Dyers that needs the over a barrel. Now tako tho siding burg has to say. O nnd uso It as a clapper. Put It on dividing the strokes evenly, and hot, Don't forget to attend tho Majestic seo that none miss. Good for boy Range Demonstration nt our store or girl up to eighteen, and tlirco ap- Hickman Hardwaro Co. plications aro warranted to euro tho O most pronounced caso of street loafA primary for March 5 was called ing that exists. Tho music Is said last week by tho 1st Congressional dls to bo moro effective than singing, purposo of "Whero Is My Wandering Doy To trlct committee for tho nominating a Democratic candidate. night?" No opposition to Congressman Olllo O M. James was beard of, and should Get a Majestic Souvenir Set of ho bo tho only candidate to enter, "Waro at tho Hickman Hardware Co., tho commlttco will meet February 21 store during tho demonstration week, and declaro him the nominee December 13th to ISth. roll-roa' 'The Storo of Satisfaction" WHY NOT a Since the tendency of the Holiday Gift has turned toward the useful ns well ns ornnmcntnl.'wc direct your attention to our display of and colds coughs pepsia, which require change of air. The change decided on must, of course, be made with reference to the nature of the case. The delicate and consumptive, for example, must not be sent to a situation, even cold bleak, though these will often be much the better for a bracing atmoe a full and free exr posure to air no ease of consumption ever has besn cured; while with It, and It alone, many cases have been and may be cured. No remedy known to man hat such a powerful and permanent Influence out-doo- ...Mens Furnishings.., Believing them to be the most desirable rcmcmbrnnces to give both ii A en young mcn. Men in nil wnlks of life tnke pride in their personal apnr iranc liny gift which can contribute to their comfort nnd vanity is strikingly npj .jjiruu phere. Without Why Not ? Why Not ? Why Not Craval INcckwcnr IU B. Sccarco was hero from Cayco BANK DIRECTORS TO RESPONSIBLE. BE HELD Saturday. o John Vaughn, aged about E6, one of the best known men In tho cast end of tho county, died Thursday night as the result of n stroko of paralysis. Ho was sitting in his room when stricken. He leaves a large family of children. O HEALTH AND VITALITY. Mott's Nervine Pills The great nerve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up tho Bystem and renews tho normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, SI per box, 6 boxes for 5. Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. There Is moro Joy in tho offlco of a newspaper on receiving a dollar for subscription than carrying ninety and nine on their books that haven't paid yeL Buy your coal now. A Coal Co. Hickman Ice Convinced that ns a general thing bank directors do not direct, tho comptroller of national banks has Is sued an order that bank directors, in addition to irregular and infrequent meetings must havo set monthly meetings, appoint an examining and discount committee nnd all tho loans and discounts of each month must bo approved by tho directors at tho monthly meeting, such approval to bo recorded in permnnent form. In compliance with this order tho comptroller has asked all of tho banks to amend and forward to him a copy of their Hereafter in applications for a national bank tho organizers will havo to submit a copy of s their proposed which must provide at least for monthly meetings. As a general thing ono or two men run a bank while tho rest of tho directors are simply figureheads. With such a ruling from headquarters thoso who accept the position of directors of banks will know hereafter that they have other duties to perform than to look wlso and have no knowl edge of what is going on. s. maintaining or regaining health at the Judicious employment of cheerful exer Ite In the open air. At regardt the air tndoort, the great femedy for Impurities It ventilation. It It obvlout, however, that the air of an Inhabited room cannot, If we try our best, be kept at pure at the external atmosphere, to that the object of ventilation must be only to reduce the Impurities of respiration to such an extent that breathing them Into our lungt again will not be manifestly detrimental to health. Keep your bedroom windows open night and day. Don't ba afraid of fresh alrl In ? Why NoU Suspenders Gloves Mufflcn lor the holidays, imported Suspenders that nrc Gloves for street. Handsome color- silks in individual handsome, practical driving nnd even- - ings and silks that tng wear. appeal to nil. boxes. All colors, nnd durable. Why Not ? Why Not ? Why Not Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Hosiery ? Why ISt? MacClair Linen packed 3 to 6 Beautiful handles In both the fancy in fancy boxes, fan- - nnd the finest qual- - nnd plain patterns Hose, tic and hand- nnd newest shades, kerchief to match. cy and white silks, ity of coverings. Combinntin Why Not ? Why Not ? Why Not Slippers Hats Shirts ? Why Not ? Collars Como and seo tho great cooking wonder at our storo nil next week. You have a chanco to get a Souvenir Set of Ware FREE. Seo largo adver tisement In this paper. Hickman Hardwaro Co. O Mens house slip- - Hats that will be- - Shirts that plcnsc All the latest styles pcr8, nlwnys useful come nny man, all good dressers, ncg- - in Arrow Brand colors, soft nnd stiff ligec stiff bosoms. and comfortable. Collars Wo haven't much faith in Govern or Wlllson's redisricting committee, nnd in fact wo seo no need for ro- dsltrlcUng. If our friends, tho ene my, hnd it in their power they would mako Just as many Republican as possible, and tho Democrats have to fight tho devil with flro. din-trlc- Wool and Cotton Underwear in Great Variety Bostonian nnd Millet Imperial Hot Drinks of all kinds at Cowglll's Drug Storo. O Kneeland Shoes for Men Alexander Mens Head'tO'Foot Outfitters PHILOSOPHY. Shoes For Ladies The Embroidery Club will be Friday afternoon by Mrs. 5. B. Prather. O Moscow's Clarence and Lee Owen, two of substantial citizens, were ii this city on business, Monday. O Winter was ushered In with Sun-a- . The mercury dropped about 10 i'greoa In as many hours. Whllo tho vegetables monstrosities aro in order, It. U. llrevard, of this city, claims tho bluo ribbon on largo radishes. Ono of his raising is on display at this office It measures "Before starting to town pick up 1 inches In length nnd 1114 inches tho local newspaper and seo who it In circumference Is that wants your trade,"says an exchango. "It is tho merchant who Telephone your grocery order to advertises that wants your trade, and No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods you should In all fairness recognlzo his Invitation and call on him flrsL dollvorod. If ho hasn't in stock what you want. then go out and hire a boy to show E. W. Scott, of tho Homo Furniture you whero tho other stores in town Co., has mumps. aro located. Trade follows invitation. MAY AND DECEMBER WED IN MONROE COUNTY. Take your produce to C. II. Moore, Thcro's llttlo Jam Id a family Jar. In Monroe county n few dnys ngo n wedding which has been occurred Punctuality makes waiters of us all. of considerable- notice on account of tho ages of the contracting parties, A thorn In tho bush Is wNjrth two in Tho groom, Jack Miles, is 77 year tho hand. of age and tho bride, Lula Pickornl, Is 11 years of ago. Malevolence, falso In nil other par ticulars, never wears falsu tcoth. o Now Is tho Umo to got a new sow Tho man who loses his temper sol ing machine Do not muko a nils dom has troublo in finding It again. get tho Singer then you aro If Its in tho rocory line, wo have tako suro of gottlng tho best. Man is a ball, pitched by chanco, 1L C. H. Moore. Piono No.4. caught by circumstance. nDd batted by fate. Tho man who quarrels with his bread and butter it likely to havo crappy meal. Tho woman who quarrels with her complexion Is nono tho lets always ready to make up. You,ll Cut Down Your Medicine Bills Thi By Dealing With Drug Store We do business on miod- ern, commercial lines, on a fnir percentage of profits. We do not take for granted that because you do not know all about medicine wc can get any price t all. Our prices are fair nnd reasonable. Leave with your medicinal wants And We've the Prettiest Stuff in Hickman Buy Your Christmas We're particularly anxious to have the ladies who are buying Christmas gifts for men, see our line of Novelty Neckwear, shirts, hosiery, gloves umbrellas, mufflers, suit cases, cuff buttons, scarf pins, handkerchiefs and other such things. We are showing beautiful things not to be found in any other store. You will also have the further advantage of our experience in knowing just what will be suitable. No matter how much or how little money you have to spend we can help you make the most of it. Come and get the best of the assortments. ii an mortals are dust, bow can a man help winking when ho guts a pretty girl In his oyer Trouble is merely n point of vlow. iso donkoy ovor wept over tho sad talo of Nebuchadnezzar's meal of grass. Ilacon observed that riches are the baggago of virtue, but It Is equally true that sin ofton draws tho check. us. Helm & Ellison Philip Mnder. V -s c'A j3 ' Things for the Men Folks Now ' of rntchlng Ho not dazzled by boautr. says Ho Is a son of .1 Seneca, but look for thoso inward Is well ki qualities which are lasting. This pro- ton, and thoight that he w vides a good oxcuso for a lovor who 0 spends his days gazing Into a pair of bluo eyes. Harper's Weekly. Its worth $8.0 tlsotnotit In this !aj NOTICli: Tho person or porsons who took 70 of my posts from tho river bank, In Hickman, will greatly oblige ma by paying for same at tho store of llottursworth & Prathor. Frod Hayduu. O ilia lun iuui After all, thoro is a lot of comfort so badly imuiKl.d in that tho oxlatonco of a t. nmnutntixl. Il shadow Is suro proof that thoro Is nt tho I. C. aonpi' '1 light somowbore. dent hnppunod ht Perhaps It was Adam's sacrlflco of sides In Fulton, his rib to Kvo that mado men's hearts u freight train In so oaslly accessible to tho fair sx cab Saturday mt forever after. 1.1- - !... il.wl t j I - st rd V ' !E ri.'IlW.. (" . ri n ' the ! !' in tb , ' ri- - t!s kBe 1 r of -re it" M,t '' i -r d our r. to look It. A Hickman Co. o CVi Bradley 8p Parham Moving pictures every night LYRIC. at could bo seen. 11of our o the attracted tho attend aa lt passed over. 1 r.l.l due north at a to"" was t,Hcurvl Tho big bag .V. lt darkness and lintlnnll DOSS' J about 8 o'clock r lIlcko i.u -- IBC(i. in A, cirri- - MAJESTIC jjjll Hp If Ik , DEMONSTRATION ,JI" Week December 13 to 18 n w"HI""i Souvenir Set of Majectic Ware Free ltJi Kill 111 7 irSISV ipTya ... ' &3MZMk?hJiim r.n, sti:a.mi;h, ci'ixrNnni ash iniAiNnit ih rvrforatcd owWr, m:vi:imu hn rnt hu nd:.i Irrl ioi h a lmil watrr at Urn Imttntn Anthingnut burn. Fool ran Le llftol out rf main trawl m'umn on Mi at thr na Urns ilrolmnt 01 all ti wntr The Htramrr or Culltmltr aliowo on m.wi-.sti- nhemn In . If you will call at our store during our Majestic Demonstration Week, and allow us to show you the many advantages and superior qualities of the great and grand Majestic Range, and will purchase one at the regular price, we will give you FREE the beautiful and useful Souvenir Set of Ware illustrated in this advertisement. This ware is made to match the quality of the Majestic Ranges, and we know all ladies will see the beauty and utility of this set, especially the first three pieces, which are entirely new and cannot be had alone by purchase, except at a very high price. The prices of Majestic Ranges are the same, but we give the set free with each Majestic Range bought during Demonstration Week only. Reasons .Why The Great Majestic YOU Should Buy. l rTTZ ' ... j : ' 'VlpZT-fI. lVavl ' 1ir),vl VwH 2111 J fniS ' i lied Kettle, tror.lem llfay TIIK MniH-i- l Ira MJITirrMarble, Irnn J00 " '"' c r "tlin ropperMJr.STIO Mated r. " ' ou,,'1' Weill. 11 I'aiwlnomely nlckctoion rxJ op Inside, Nlckrl. Tea All putrid THE ,MWITIC IImii. All Copper Mckel.plated (oCTee I'ot. Handsomely nickeled on and tinned on inaMa. THE wr DANf.P IUITH A DEPUTATION MADE, IN tUC CriSCO AND OTVLE5. MAJESTIC RANGES use less fuel; heat dean and give better satisfaction than any COMF IN DURING DEMONSTRATION MAJESTIC RflNQE GREAT and GRAND TIIK MAJI-STIlUiameled ixKialljr Mala Uajrati htU C I'liddlng ran. tine lor Martile-Ire- d tha Patent Tlin MAJHSTIO Tlrlpplnf Wlrrd Neer.imrn pan 1 4V In. 2n an. Mm of i In. MadeapecUllyfortheMajwIi, Set. Uada ipecially for tha TltO MAJESTIC Patent Mired Dripping Pant. Pis of pan B In. x 12 In. Neter-Bii11 ajentlc Sat. It has the reputation of being the best range money can buy. 2nd. It not only has the, reputation, but is the best range made, and we will prove this to you if you will let us. 3rd. It is constructed of Malleable iron (material you can't beat) and of Charcoal Iron, material that resists rust 300 greater than steel), is riveted together No heat escapes or cold air enters range, thus uses very little fuel to do perfect work. 4th. The reservoir alone is worth the price of the range over any other reservoir made. It boils 15 gallons of water; is heated like a tea kettle, d with pocket against lining, and is movable, and sets on a frame, hence cannot wear out. When water gets too hot it can be moved away from fire. 1 st. air-tigh- t. left-han- more .water and heat it hotter; costs practically nothing for repairs; lasts three times as long ; bake better; easier to keep other range on the market. If you knew positively that the above statements were true, wouldn't you buy a Majestic at once ? WEEK AND WE WILL PROVE IT TO YOU. Hickman Hardware Company (INCORPORATED.) SHOTS SCHOOLS IN OUR PUBLIC NEXT YEAR. ., . , manual training jiulturo will bo BREN MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED OBION COUNTY. IN AFTER EFFECT8. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING RULES. it i1 .. 1 'ky u I. tany jc is of tho puh-- r. i in a Slate Sup-- : lmttructlou return from branches will bo start-.- i a J Western Nor- -' Hi r co Tho following were granted llccnso to marry In Obion county last week: Drow I.lep and Carrie Clark. J. B. Graco and Mary Davis. il. I). Ilcrfy and Ilesslo Olive. Olllo Dowtuan and Lula Hush. Ernest Cook and Vera Itogcra. o IJ f- - J. flowers at all I fiorUt. Union City -- 0 t Frank Dyer and Stella Johnson. J L. Lucy and Gcrtrudo Franco. H Tackctt and Eunice Guynton. Jesse Freeman nnd Lizzie. Cherry. Ccntors. J A. Johnson and E M. Illggs nnd .Mrs. Dello Cook. 11 I). Alexander and llocna Jones. Hcjmy Ncwblll and Zelmer Welch. W II. Mayes and Kosslo Davidson, A W. I'erry and A. E. Edmlaston. John Hall and Lena May Cheatham J A. McGaugh and Ellen Alexander W P. Heard nnd Mary Cunningham. A L. Underwood and Ida May Key. Jesso M. Ross and Mrs. Martha A. Dyer. Clias. Uecd Campbell and Flora Ma) ft LAND ' " DEAL MADE HERE LAST WEEK. city, nnd ono Ki -.h of tli la section U U A Johnston, of N I W iKbUms. of Fulton, " I.' : ' i of llarJwell. 6S0 I'f L ' x t.,il. s blow Hlck '' ' t r I j on uoro. t-- j u jrotictcU' by tho F":t l .. una all. oxecut CO r-i- j i! !!, il AM's Jones. L. Cummlngs Holman. 11. and Nina Allen sti : d tis nntlro nlaco Ihii l to T 11 tic L i- -t u t: C:- r!l - - i nrxt year. i ir.crased In valuo r nt In tho past flllnE at wbnt It it ..ALL TOYS.. ' . Everett J. Hynds and Francis Henrietta Kllgoro. Herbert L. Davis and Miss Robblo Roberta, Griffin. ' O taJ p.T U F0- -1 j (1. 2 c - ,.h i,n ,lr.0M nf ruled lucrt-asIn ti d beforo anothor Mark our tiredlc- - fnht3 hvt l'OnL:-- vour PreicrlD- - AT COST We are closing out this line. A Now York Jowolcr has uttached property In Washington belonging to former Secretary of tho Treasury Juo. a. CorlUlo for n dobt of 12,385 for diamonds and other Jowolry Bold to Mr. Carlisle, tho account running fror Doc. 24, 130C, to Nov. 0, 1908. Tho Idea had gotten nbroad that Air. Carlisle had uindo stacks of money practicing law sluco ho retired from poll-tlbut evidently that was a mistake. PILESI PILES1 Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment, will euro Ullud, Uleedlng and Itching Piles It absorbs tho tumors, allays Itching nt once, nets as a poultlco, gives Instant relief. Williams' Pllo Ointment i iccrately by rkiy and is prepared for Piles and Itching of tho prlvato parts. Sold by druggists, of fame. mall 60c and SI. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. O With the coming of the Iloldiay season, now less than three weeks nway, tho merchants and their corps of clerks find the most nerve racking drudgery of their year's work, and to alcvlate their labors, Christmas shoppers should do all in their power to systematize their purchases. Tho following rules, if observed by all, would mean a merrier, a happier and better Chrsltmas for all: 1. Buy early in tho season and early in tho day. 2. Send packages two weeks ahead of tlmo, and mark: "Do'n't open until Christmas." 3. Minister to actual needs. Glvo chiefly to children. 4. Choose presents having either What? Degglng again? Didn't I Just pie this morn- beauty or usefulness. give you a home-mading? C. Remember Christmas Is of noYes, lady. But I Just dropped ble memory, not display. n If you had a few around ter ask O tablets you could spare! Ono of tho most acceptable gifts of nil though Inexpensive is engraved calling cards, suitable for cither lady HORN BROWN. or gentleman. Engraved plate and In the meadow where the artist 100 cards, neatly packed, S1.30 up. catches a glimpse of heaven the form- These prices are cash. The earlier er sees nothing but hay. your orders are in, the better. Seo samples at Courier office. Tho Lord has never been able to do O very much for the man whoso religion is all in his wlfo's name. Buy a rnngo with a reputation, and advantage of our Freo Offer Tho man who crawls under the bed take when It thunders nnd stays' there until during our Demonstration Week, Doc. the sun comes out again, Is not llkoly 13th to 18th. Como in and let us to have a very big niche in any hall show you. Hickman Hdw. Co. lndl-gestlo- The dovll must feel very much at homo when ho finds himself in the company of some men. Ono of the things tho Bible puts in italics is backbone. leered Pharmacists TAKE The Mound City Trlbuno prints this 7"'IM TO 'GILL'S DRUG STORE The ladles seom to bo trying to "swamp" us with orders for engraved culling cards for Christmas gifts. House remember that wo cannot guat anteo Christmas delivery on orders received after noxt Monday tho 13th ie;eyoM Dr"8 ny may gat your wants at hour LORNIGHT 's Drua store (Incorporated) . o An Obion county woman was kicked on tho chin by a mule, causing hor to blto off tho ond of her touguo. Her husband has several times sluco rofused tho otfor of 11,000 for tho mule. An Itinerant Uapttst preach er who bad been filling tho pulpits at Mound City and Mounds, was recently given . these pastorates Somo days ago ho went to Kentucky and got married, and It Is said tho congregation hero mado quite elaborate preparations to glvo 'TTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf h!m und his bride a reception befitting such occasions, but upon their WHY NOT TRY? arrival, were rudely shocked to learn Popham's that tho brldo would In a short time ASTHMA REMEDY become a. mother. These good peoGives prompt and positive rollet in ple felt scandalized over tho condition of things, and tho recoptlon was ovory caso. Sold by druggists, anything but cordial. It Is furthor prlco SI. Trial package by stated that when ho attempted to mall, 10c. Williams' Mrs. Co., Prop, Cleveland. fill his appointment hero Sunday kkkkkkkkkikkkkkkkkkkkkkkkh ulgut, ho was denied tho privilege. article: e Odorless Pennsylvania Lamp Oil. always For sale by C. F. SMITH & SON, high-grad- Qfil I L OULI TP A Smokeless and Tho prencher who nover helps a WEST saint nor makes a sinner mad, has probably misunderstood tho Lord. 1IIOKMAM, KENTUCKY There Is no surer way of wasting about anytime than by g Wo Uuy thing. The only reason why we dont see the face of truth everywhere Is be- FURS tlliioa and Wool cause we live too low down. Don't loan your money to the man who treats his doc better than h does his wife. Indianapolis News. Glvo 0. H. Mooro a sharo of your Ffiathars. Tallow. Glnscnf , Goldan Seal, (Ytllow Kost), Mar Apple, Wild Clnr. Wa lo. ver art daalerat (itabllihed In kilt icnluryl Loulivllle" indent dobetterfor youthmigentt !858-"0- cr commltilen merchants. Bank In toullirlllf, Reference, any Willi for weekly prlca lilt and shipping tigii M. 229 E. Mirktt St. Salial & Sons, KY. LOUIIVILLE, grocery business. RECIPE FOR STUFFED TROUT it What Will I COMMltm,... Your Christmas Money should be spent more judiciously this year. Give something thnt will add to the comfort nnd benuty of home. Nothing more thnn nice furniture nnd we arc showing a line that will please you. ROCKING CHAIRS, DAVENPORTS DRESSERS, FOLDING BEDS SEWING MACHINES, PICTURES There are hundreds of articles in our stock that will delight'thc membcrsfol the family On short notice we can order for you anything in fine leather upholstered goods at a remarkably low price. Come and see us. Formula That Has Been Handed Down In One Family for Many Gen- erations. Wash tho trout nnd dry thoroughly between linen towels. Htuff with the Ono pint of following Ingredients: breadcrumbs moistened thoroughly with melted butter, two tnblospoonful of sherry wine, Julco of ono luuion, grnted rind of half n .lemon, one each of finely chopped onion, pnrslcy and pickles, salt nnd popper to tnato; mid a light sprlnklo of thyme sago nnd majorom. Havo ready some thin slices of pork cut from tho fat pnrt of pork chops, which givo n fine flavor to the fish; cut to fit around stuffed portion of trout nnd pin together with wooden toothpicks. To Hako Place some of the pork fat In a largo pan, try out to a light brown, removo scraps, dip tho Uvu Into tho unbeaton yolks of eggs and loy on tho pau entirely separate from ouo another, ilako In a quick oven, basting with tho pork fat to a light brown. When dono placo on platter, gnralth with slices ot lemon nnd sprig of parsley nnd aprlnklo lightly vub chopped parsloy. Sorvo with wat r cress nnd stuffed potatoes. Buy for Circuit Coh . "tin e. nnalnst J j, ,t , Etc fondant v,.., , , , 'ulon CHRISTMAS of ori' 1903, In tho : Thirty u at, i ... .A' lvr. ,: Jar td of h.., costs offer for Hit t, "' ji -.l tm,, ill . I County Court. npfiit.pii, ... ... .'J il nl Qr. of Ket I T n hick man cour,'v kcs'cb In 160 acres tL ro " . . or. . .ii.i.i.. i umucu i.. iiiuriu T . J I, Rjk, W. F. Montgomery Christmas Candies e s Hundreds of sntisfnetory nnd npproprinte answers to this question nre found in our attractive display of niu iiuui. nan cf lij Sfc XI. i! i 8 ft ... Countr. K.,,i u)u Hoix Tl".,., a DELICIOUS FRITTERS OF CORN Good In, u. rsci lt.it it. y Late Months When Dellcsey Gets Too Old to Eat from the Cob. Holiday Goods Now.is the time to get the BEST nnd get it to suit. Our assortment is so complete thnt the widest range for selection is offered H. OaVi chopped pineapplo, candled cherrlrii, chopped figs, dates, etc. Cover ths top with fondant. Ui It harden a little, then cut in small squares. Chocolate Use confec Creams. Home-madsweets for both chil- tioner's cliocolnte for these. Melt it. ara the most sat- Take good stiff fondant, flavor It us dren and grown-upisfactory, for then one can know ex. desired, form It Into balls, and drop actly the Ingredients that are used In them Into the melted chocolate. If liked, chopped nuts, dates, etc., can their manufacture. for most candles be mixed with the fondant, and makes The foundations Is fondant. Take for making It, five a pleasant change. Chocolate Almonds. Blanch tho cups of granulated sugar and add two cupfuls of cold water and set It on the almond meat by pouring boiling water back of the store until the sugar Is over them nnd letting them stand a Turn tho hot water off melted. Add one teaspoonful of cream few moments. of tartar dissolved In n little water. and cover with cold, when the sklu This does away with the sickly sweet mny easily be rubbed off between the taste. Put the pan over the front of thumb and forefinger, llreak some the Are, where It will boll. Do not sweet chocolate Into small pieces, put stir it after It Is hot and do not shako Into a dish and set In a larger pan of jthe pan. When It has boiled a few hot wnter. When the chocolate Is minutes, try it by dropping a tiny bit melted put a blanched nut meat on or darning In a cup of cold water. Do this fre- the point ot a skower quently, moving the pan where it will needle, or use a candy dipper and dip keep hot but not boll, for It changes Into the melted chocolate. Then lay eo rapidly from ono degree to another. on oiled paper to cool. When the When the sugar dropped In cold wa- chocolato coating becomes set dip a ter is firm enough to mako a rather second time. Flavor tho melted chocbard ball when rolled between the olate with vanilla If desired. Angers, but Is not crisp, pour it into a shallow pan and leave to cool till It will wrinkle when the pan Is tipped. GIFT FOR THOSE WHO WRITE Stir it with a large spoon until it is quite cool. If It does not harden enough to use, put it Into the pnn at the back of the stove again until It Is melted, then let it boll again, trying often. If, on the other band, the fond-as- t be found grainy, add a cupful of cold wrter and boll again until the rlpht consistency Is attained. It may take a little practice to make perfect. This fondant will keep good for weeks In a jar covered with waxed paper. Vlth the fondant as a basis all sorts of delightful sweets can be made Candled Flos. Cut a few flt,s In strips an Inch wiae and roll these In fondant When nearly hard cut them In pieces with n sharp knife. Date Candy. Roll some balls ot fondant. Stone some dates, f up r cut them In halves, press pen wiper Is of golden A against each side of the ball of fond brown ooxe leather with underlay ot nrt Walnuts tray be done In the satin. The satin la cut Just large came way. enough to cover the openings. A pleca Tuttl Fruttl Candy. Take a shal- of chamolH tho shape of the leather low pan, line It with waxed paper; top Is then pasted over the satin, and 'ever of fondant, a layer of there are two chamois leaves enclosed. good-sizeone-halp-- t . When corn In tho fall gets too old to cat from the cob It can still be As made Into delicious corn fritters. a rulo these are mado heavy with flour nnd aro fried In lard so as not to bo delicate. Tho reclpo given make them tender and delicious. To eight cars of corn, grated, tako two eggs and a llltlo salL Separate whites nnd yolks. Stir the latter Into tho corn and Just before frying add whites which have been beaten to a stiff froth. Have- plenty of butter sltfllng hot In a skillet and drop the fritters In, a tablespoon at a tlmo. Cook unUl a cako Turn with dellcato brown. turner to brown on both sides, Thcsu fritters aro so soft that they break unless carefully handled. They should bo cooked and served Immediately. Fresh lots are passed as In sorting hot cokes. - Wllllo 8pnrcr Th Re, fliue being i, rc, c;Jt .V W. corn- r U '1? , y Sw. 20, T I II I, Wcit i Suuth by Wru tui Cruok and ,No:'h lj Lea this tract bt t m Ft.:: Kentueky Tbo N W Or d T. 5. 11. 4, Wctt in It. kzu Kentucky, conu.tunx Uj iat ari t tJ. lj A Choice Line of or Ion. Or stif fldr & th r :! u trJ sums of DiOtcj t3 uitni inauo. tot tbo liurchaser, tih iiir...i! i ins lesal sate uniu Int- - To Select From and effect of a Jurz:: win uo preparca to with those tortus. jia J rest tr.3 Ci tra lv.i c:u R. 8plced Ginger Cakes. Theso are wholesome and delicious O- t UlLVn. COMMISSIONER'S IU for afternoon tea or the lunch basket It is well to havo a goodly number, tor they go like porverblal "hot cakes." Warm together In a big earthen bowl one pound ot butter, or butter and lard mixed, and a pint of black, rich molasses. Add ono pound of light brown sugar, a halt cupful of cream, two tablespoonfuls of ground ginger, two tablespoonfuls ot cloves, two grated nutmegs, a saltspoonful ot salt and a tablcspoonful each of allsplco and cinnamon. Sift together three pounds of flour that has been already twice sifted, two tcaspoonfuls of cream of tartar and a teaspoonful of soda. Add to the batter, and, lastly, fold in a cupful stoned raisins and currants mixed, a halt cupful thin sliced citron, and a cupful nut meats. Bake in small pans. In a quick oven. Useful Kitchen Table. A most useful artlclo ot kitchen furniture Is a small movablo xtnc covered table. It should be about 28 Inches high and tho top two fcot square. The top should be coverod with zlno and tho table should be mountod on ball boarlng casters. When canning fruit or making griddle cakos It can be rolled up to tho range. You can set saucepans or frying pans on It It you wish, as the zlno la easily cleaned. An undartablo. It required, may bo added and placod about nlno Inches from the casters. This has been copied with rut ton Circuit Diamond Rings, Plain Rings Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches Set Rings, Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins, Shaving Sets, Writing Sets C. Johwon acalmt J I, icd L W. V. r.' IL- Tea Sets, Carving Sets, Souvenir Spoons, Bracelets, Fancy Belt fendant rijury Ily virtue of a Jcirc;:t der of Bale of Crtsi rcndcrcil at the Scf.mte uicrvoi. uv7, in us itcit tbo sum of Seven Hudrri nlylwo Dollars, l'.hlt:;rr rate ot six per cctt ptr ui day of Scpkiic tbo paid, ami costs cere:? i iiu utirr lur aic mi iloor In HiikiKir Kjr U tti m itti it mm i,i.i.i. l--c v- Pins, Secret Order Pins, Beauty Pins, Necklaces, Brooches, Fobs Chains, Clocks of All Kinds pm cr ttcxun County Court dayj crca i alv ntilttlhl thn f ..u.Zt nrniMtrtr. tr i' Hi lc;i tha Smith wilt O'lr'-'C- l T. 2, It 4. West, cci'a-:moro or 1cm, std in YCn Kentucky dock sums Of ffii tsj to CCM mado. For the i- -' I ,i...... " liuruuuan .lih .rfit:d ... r .. . ur wuititiii Beautiful Novelty Silver BOTTOM FARM CHEAP. The Courier nealty Co. has for a limited tlmo a nice bottom farm that cm be bought for about M an aero. It couteius a Uttlo over 92 acros, six miles from town. Adjoining land U selling at from 55 to $60, but U no better. Good reason for selling. Apply at Courier office. TWO WEEKS LEFT FOR MAKING success. XMAS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Roly-Poly- . TOILET SETS one-hal- NOTICE. Wo must Insist on all accounts and notes, duous, or falling duo bo paid promptly, or they will be put In the hands of tho officers for collection. There should be no excuse, with tho Keeping Table Linen, In keeping tho table linen that is not In dally use many a housekeeper Is annoyed to find it has yellowed bad ly and must bo washed before it can go on the table again. existing high prices for corn and cotThis can bo overcome If, after beton. ing laundered the cloths and napO J. F. & S. L. DODDS CO. kins are carefully wrapped In deep O FOR SALE At once, 200 thousand blue paper or in a sheet that has We will save you money on any extra fine heart cypress shingles, been heavily blued. grade of cypress shingles. See us or $3.50 a thousand at Hickman, $3.25 .at Tart Pies. write before buying. Yates &. Kirk mill 6 miles west of Hickman. Yatea Make a rich pie crust, cover a deep Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. pie plate and bake light brown In a quick oven. Blip onto a fancy plate; When cool All with sliced bananas, oranges, strawbcrrlos or any fruit that needs no cooking, cover with whipped croam sweetoned and Dew for Crumpled Linen. When a cotton or linen dress Is crumpled, but not soiled, hang It In a heavy dow or fog until thoroughly dampened. Iron Immediately. Tho dew dampens tho garment more evenly than sprinkling and obviates tho necessity of folding, out-doo- Tho Courier has only two more Issues this year Dec. 10 and 22, nnd our merchants had hotter mako good use of tho tlmo loft, if thoy havo news for tho Christinas shopper. Our last Issue will bo gotton out on tho afternoon of Wednesday, tho 22nd Instead of Thursday morning, tho 23d and will bo a bummer for tho last word to tho holiday patrons. Space In the laut Issuo must bo engaged NOT LATER than Jlonday, and all copy must bo In by Tuesday noon. Correspondents will plunso ruinombur mull tholr letters earlier to Insure thtlr publication. Take one quart of flour, make good f biscuit crust, roll out Inch thick nnd spread with any kind of fruit, fresh or preserved; fold so that tho fruit will not run out; dip cloth into boiling water and flour It and lay around the pudding closely, leaving room to swell; steam ono or ono and one-hahours; servo with boiled sauce; or lay In steamer without a cloth and steam for ono hour. In Handsome Cases lnc Icnal let- - rtst f"C3 I )ltlf uiuii saie ...,1 and effect of a Julfnctl ...lit I... .i..n.r,-i- - tn tZl-will wu , ' , with these tcrc. J R, MILVEB. ii" -- J -- oFARM LOANS U ted I We Can Meet Your Wants with bright, new goods to please every buyer who is seeking nn appropriate Christmas Gift for old or young I nm authorized to . Pi Whatever your needs lets us show you that we have Genuine New Attractions for Christmas that will please you Counties. Tciiu nd la ruhtt s rr ai me rs ii. t'Tii liVIARY nnuuui cwa 40 per cent cf its fuU be" u farm will bo loaned, cr core t!.'-In sums cf ACRE3 0 i nf y.r ttoe. or on flvo r9 r.llC Hcgo to uorro-- i ono year In U. cr l parUal paym nl : toe of six months af. r -ono year, ih lor larm iob " (.. .... ta nm 5 f ol Remember That our choice selections for the Holiday Trade are thoroughly up with the most advanced ideas of the season in Variety, Novelty and Good Quality. on partial O. ri SriiAim. ""- . .... .... i. Willi in . " V;- - Wirrlt - An amusisif t... hfB ' vriuiun .... , "r . - - tr r ting tonethrr In ' In America. ii it mi - ty,! Come and See performance tone tne an ' , re , 1 "Hay Is KolliK to vim think fc" w ' k " "..v.i - Samples on display at this office. anybody unuio!" r,d ' . "r t' , it A I'Lfci Lrtri The Hickman Courier r nvM TICTtm. ."AT. a nTn FOR. THIS XCLUS1.VE LINE.' O m Coa storo or phone As I will bo hero only a short tlmo would udvlso those having furnlturo to bo upholstered or repaired, to bring It In at onco. Over Fuqua, Holm & 94. CUaa. Chas. Q. Schlenker -- 0J JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Ward rLl'E Watcn ior tho upper nsuv Courier. It 1. to 't;tII , aubscrlpllou w "ul v paiKirs aro Bcrlptlon w "" - Old Santa Claus Begs to announce that on FRIDAY MORNING December 10th, 1909 He will have his Toys and Holiday Goods r On Dteplay at ELLISON BROS. Where they will be sold in connection with their 7ks Beautiful $15 DOLL now c:i display in our show window will be given CLOSING OUT SALE AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES HE WILL SHOW TOYS OF ALL KINDS This Fine 1000 Shot Air Gun now on display in our show window will be given away on Christmas morning to the little boy bringing us the largest amount of sales tickets from Our Store, from Nov. 27th to the night of Dec. 24th away C Imstmas morning to the little girl us the largest amount of sales tick- on Air Ships, Aeroplanes, Dolls of all sorts, Furniture, bnr,-int- ets Irom Irom Nov. night of Our Store; 27th to the Dec. 24th. Wagons and Carts, Drums and Horns, Iron Toys, Tin Toys, Trains, Stoves, Ranges, Everything in Toys That are New HOLIDAY GOODS IN HOLLY BOXES -- PntiL. uu y r a. r ! n i c i r iai.es, O .1 aiaus, vups anui saucers, vases oi an iKinus imporieui isiiiiia waie, ri4duwiw, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Shaving Sets, Fine Paper, Manicure Sets, Pictures, Nut Bowles, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Gift Books, Mirrors, Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure Sets, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Smokers' Sets i - oi :And a Big Line of: Little Novelties that are New At Very Little Prices ELLISON BROS Do you Know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy years old? There Is one Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Once in the family, it stays. It is not a doctor, does not take the place of a doctor. It is a doctor's aid. Made for ASK troilhlcS. .ill fhrnnr and luni doctor his opinion of it. Follow his advice. your own No alcohol in this cough medicine. JV 'fa' Co. Uiceti. XTasl You cannot recover promptly If your bowel arc constipated. Avcr's l'llli arc gently l.n atlvc; act directly on the liver. Sola for nearly slty years. Ak your doctor all about them For Coughs Take This i 1 VMflflf "If V'" I Hill After n woman Is married sho mny wish sho liiul hung up a horsu sin Instead of a inlstletoo. It Is tho circumstances and on vtroiiiueiita of life that havo much to do with tunny n young man who Iim BtnrttMl out In life with brightest pros peels of success, but who linn to often snld, "I don't enro." We allow llttlo difficulties, oft. n Imaginary ones, that would vanish nt tho slightest reslstnnco, to deter u from doing ninny things both grent and sninll. tho memories of which would bring us our sweetest Joys In nfter yearn. Many of us enn unfold thu page of memory and rend again tlio IovIiik words of our own snlnted mother We see ngnln tlio loving look In lu-eyes. Wo almost hear ngnln the gen tie nccents of hor voice nnd wo fin liven through thu lapso cf years, hrr Influence around us. I AN OLD SOCK makes n poor place in which to keep money you cannot hide it where it is absolutely safe from theives or fire or where it will not give you constant worry. Why not bank your money keep it safe yet where n part of it is available at any time you wish to use it? By keeping your money in the bank you build m rewnrded with choice flowers nnd fruits, so tho enre, lovo nnd attention Kit fit to n wife rUwi us choice children nnd hnppler homos. Advice Is cheap, you know, nnd men. of nil rrented things, llko It tho Hut what ' It prove n mnltor dollars nnd cents? You nil llko of iiuiin'y nnd appreciate Its Importance hs n factor In tho hnppy home. So If wo tell you how every limit of yon who tins over tried tho oxpermleitl. enn save from fifteen to twenty per cent of tils oxpensHA during the com ing yenr, you will probnbly listen. Now. thnt Is Just what wo inenn to do. it Is slmplo nnd easy and sure to work. Just tell your wife nil nbout Show her your your business nffnlrs. iMlnnce sheet, lot her study It. nnd If she doesn't know tiow, Just tench t. up your credit; by paying your bills by check you have a receipt for each and every payment, a complete record of your income and expenses. We funish check and pass books free of charge. THE A good deed done Is not n thlnx completed nnd unfinished; n good thing done Is nothing lews than sr. endless series of good things set in motion. A kindly service rondon-Is not infrequently cup of cold water to a famishing life y mny create ninny fountains of A flower brought to a chamber of sorrow may sot In motion many agvii cles of tho soul. Ministration to a HLTOKMAN OLDEST BANK BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. bird of wounded wing may start voir os of song that otherwlso might nor hnvo been heard. A tear wiped away may cause a passing through the clouds Into tbo region of light played tho bully nnd tho fool. RESULTS TELlT Hut on tho other linnd. If rou m. 1 proncli tier ns If sho wcro an IntelliThere Cn be no gent being, with soul nnd souso nnd Dubt At.. self respect equal to your own, you will find nn Intcdcstctl listener, willItcsul Ing and nnxlous to lenrn nil vmi nnn till it.. All llW . tench her on tho subject of family Th tMHlHlonv .j . ... . finances, nnd although sho mny do llttlo Olllct w coning before tint In. cen W tervlow In ended, they will bo tears A. Wal... Jor she sheds thnt nt last, nftur ' "-- .fi enrs of waiting nnd hoping, you hnvo says 'Tor thu rome to renllio thnt she Is your ... . friend nnd mny be your holner. In. painis In i. ' .T'1". of the child like which you hato wro mm selnd M, b.,v "V trentcd her by shutting hor up like or an oyster when sho ventured to nsk and lnn I nr.. ,7" 1 iniestlon In nnr wnr rovnlant tn was vry l.i mi fu . sines matters, nna studiously a tired and oci-,,In conversation with tier, ev oldlne " m and I her. or) thing connected with thnt great durisi whi. h .(,.., Ymi think It will inako her feet mystery. tWrftf m .i.ki ... bndlv: thnt It will mnko hor blue KtlxJ cm Ull k Well, thnt will depend entirely on $100 REWARD, $100. times, th J.....,,, f the wny In which you do It. If you Tho renders of thin paper will bo becln by dvolnrlng thnt there Is not f tleularly am,..,.,, dur1( iinother family In town runs such bills pleased to learn thnt there Is at least mou ono dreaded dlsento thnt science has ami I was .fi, f,r.. h (oih: as vours. nnd thnt there is more ml ttmr. i.,,im,t .j .1 ey spent for the twist show about been ablo to euro In all Its stages 1 I ..... , irt.4 , , nny other place you and thnt Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh that house than & Klllson's Diuk , str rnn fltwl nil, will fool hurt, nnd If Cura Is tho only posltlvo cure now "it nil tho spirit tnken known to tho mcdlonl fraternity. C she hns not had rnllef. I i ,,r !,,. ln ohI of her by your unfair treatment tnrrh being a constitutional disease In tTOjmni. ii.iii k IHmng Kits,, will resent It a uoien times she and thoreforo requires a constitution to uiwrr PUI1. i kI,j ,m day, till you confess thnt you hnvo al treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo, ill thew in tin Ij.uiu by V. J. Cheney A Co manufactured For sale y all delif p. Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only constitution cents, at curo on tho market. It Is taken Foster-UllburCn , nH.u . uUM, Internally In doses from 10 drops to ork. sole atects for it. r.J VBB a tcaspoonful. It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the lUmvmbcr the LimfwnrMJ system. They offer ono hundred do! UIS.D UU ULUrjr, Urs for nny case It falls to cure ! Send for circular and testimonials I - 'l""" ,. .r ffH n Winter Is Here m V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toiedo.O, ... Sold by drucclsU, 7lc trees Capita and Surplus, CLUBBING RATES. The Hickman Courier and tho St. Louis Both one Louis Globe-Democr- at (twlco-a-woe- year for J1.G0 The Hickman Courier and the St. Republic (twlce-a-week), both one year for $1.40 The Hickman Courier and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l (Weekly), $1.25 both one year for The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all one year for $1.7t The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to parties on rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only Globe-Democr- $2.60 The Hickman Courier and Woman's National Dally, both one year for only $1.75 The Hickman Courier and Woman's Farm Journal, both one year for only $1.15 The Hickman Courier and weekly Louisville Courier-JournaBoth for one year for only $1.50 l. attractive "Farmers' Lino" rates aro embrace. not to be compared with tho benefits Uuto thoso who nro really attempt derived. Call the manager. Ing to inako tho wold bettor for their Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph living in it, how much they need a word of encouragement, and how few Company, Incorporated. they receive, oven by those who know It. Many feel their hallowed InO ' FOR SALE: A nice residence, ono fluence, but how slow to praise It; block from Postotflce. Tho house man realize their works of goodness has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch-es- ; yet grow jealous of our development in good repair and a very desira- of amlnblllty and grace, it Is not ble place. Call at this office. for tho fellow who docs nothing but 0 rend fine books nnd hear fine music FOR SALE: Ono of tho best cor- to call himself gonial and harmonious ner lots In Hickman now occupied lie simply reflects and tho by J. R. II rown's mill; also a good Influence brought to bear upon htm combined storo and residence The Hut take tlio woman whose life Is residence has about 8 rooms. Lot spent on the wnrpnth, who never has Is 22x100 feet. Will sell worth tho the time for profitable reading. whoo money. Call at Hickman Courier tastes nnd dreams nnd hopes went under long ago, like toy boats in a gale, and let hor bo happy and gay, even nt lout; iiilvrvuls, uud there Is a heroine for you' Some day sho is going to have a good time, never you doubt It. And whether It comes here or yoi'der Its fullness and complete ness of Joy will china away for aver thu memory of llfo's cloudy days and gruwsomu battles. Young rami bewaro of the first oath nnd thu first vulgar utterance, the first cigarette, tho first glass of wine tho first glass of beer, tho first mlng ling of evil companions. You may think you are strong enough to in Make the Farm More Attractive. dulge In these and break away from you novcrmnd You can do this by Installing a them at your will, but telephone. You can make the sur- a greater mistake In all your life rounding on your farm Just as at Each one Is like an octopus. They tracUre to your sons and daughters will gradually wind their arms aroun you and death Is tho only thnlgstron as If you were living In tho heart of enough to tear you from their deadly a big city. Our excollent servlco and Take Hall's Family I'llls for con stlpatioa. $65, 000.00 In Ibr tlsiln r w ti3fltji ly of them, i.ut w. ui !Mt;t tralRht. irit, ui iMtle tbm s too lotto for blmlti in the rkuvtralJ Make your home comfort able and cheery by outfit ing it with bright, new fur niture and fixtures. We are displaying a new and complete line of home fur nishings at our we ill find tbm lt in net netlr th.1 nun- imJ fail thvy may 8hikspeara could not use a type that the Courier. writer in composing his plays. VAGARIES OF GENIUS. r. - Iongfnllow never wroto while eat Ing. Itabert Uiuls Stevenson Instated on holding Ills pen In his right hand. Sir Frances Ilacon would not use pen undor any olreum stances. a fountain Do You Carry Fire Insuranc Two Stores Whal Sewing Clocks Machines tg ? Doctor Johmon was never known to vat Ice creaiA, Mrs. Iletnans did 'not wear peeks bop waists. Do You Need Dante never called his profane history. "Inferno Juit tbir.k vha y.i r.l have in cae your prjtrtr & go up in tmike.Titnit twt ried a policy tn cne ot J c panlei you vouii cart tc:tU to itaith with ag4.2 Don't put th.i ttitttrdj you may be tee i'e Agen Charles Dlcvkns nUnys walked up stnlrr. R. T. TYLER, Dressers, plain and fancy Ded Springs Cots WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squares Lace Curtains Carpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds o ( k GOAL! O I Don't Care. Now the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. $4.50 Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75 Bon Air Lump Coal -- - - Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice 0 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo "I don't carol" How often we hoa pcoplo say thsil My young friend, you ought to care aye, you will care, perhaps, when it Is too late. "Don't caro" has ruined thousands It has filled Jails, and almshouses, and murderers' graves; it has wrung the hearts of parents and brought deop blushes to u sister's cheeks; It has broken them; many partake of tho blessings thoy bring, yet In tho enjoyment of them forgot thu giver altogether. Learn to be appreciative, and by a llttlo word of lovo, kindness and encouragemtnt, help others, and It will bring sunshine Into your own life and gladness In all your ways. young Children's Beds Granlteware Dlankets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant Stools Children's Rockers Stove Pipe, 8tovo Duckets Chlffonelrs Wood Deds Have you neglected your kidneys Hnvo you overworked your jiortou system and caused troublo with your kidneys and bladder? Havo you pal In loins, aldo, back, groins and blad der? Havo you a flabby appearance of tho fao, especially under tho eyes Too frequent a. desire to pass urine? If so. Williams' Kidney lilts will euro ou nt Druggist, I'rlco 60c. 4 hotel... HKKMA.V, KT Cottage, Board Roonjs and by the day or week krp. fortable room U'btocKK Reasonable Rata! CHEAP Springs Princess Dressers t High Chairs Window Class, all sizes Stove Repairs j Trunks, all sizes Ded COW Slogan! FEED! Mk" Sewing CASH or MOONSHINE A mixture of Hackle, Shucks, Small Grains of Corn, Silks, Etc., at 15c per wagon runjlijntcrthuwl other. 'other. longer tbaa ft & Coal Co. CREDIT We Sell Furniture .smorekautifuM load, if hauled immediately, any otteri INCORPORATED. OooooooooooooOo OooooooooooooOo o dollar a year or less than 2 o cents per week. Are you a o subscriber 7 It Is too cheap o to either steal or borrow. Sub o scribe today. Your mouoy re- o funded, if not saUsflcd o 1 1 1 o o Tho Courier costs only ono TRY A COURIER WANT AD. 1 OooooooooooooO OooooooooooooO o , o The Cheapest advertising o Medium Read by o 3,000 People Every Week o COSTS ONLY ONE CENT o PER WORD PER WEEK. o o Tho happiest days of our childhood were thoso that seemed plensantest to our dear mothor. Kludnesu and po liteness nro Indlspenslble In a happy home. Tbero in no other placu on earth so delicate nnd sensitive as homo, Its fires are easily kindled, Its flowors are euslly bruised. Hero our hearts wear no covering, things that in tho outside world wo would We carry, In addition to our regpass by In sport, at hoinu would ular stock, a large line of second wound us to thu quick. Ono hitter exword would mar tho happiness of hand goods which are sold at tremely low prices. homo for a wholu day, whllo pleasant words and acts will bring peace and pleasure It Is too often the cose at gin. htsTorjR i,a. i than any riWl other. For LESS MONEY Than cAny House in Western Kentucky I J. F. & S.L.D0DDS Go, (Incorporated) ep"1 eaS.er to any other. than , ir FREE m,keiamorep et;tcl.tbanyu Hickman Furniture Go. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky No. I . that kind words and courteous man- ners are reserved until "company Is Special 10 per cent discount on 70 in," and only cureless munners nnd biggest lino of Christmas Oooc'a The wo have over shown are now on dis- patterns, as long as they last Suits sometimes harsh, cross words used home life play. You are invited toJuupect tho $18 up; pants $5.50 up. Schmidt, tbo In the ovcry-datailor. As caro and attention to u garden lino. Derondea, y St ..I in one- - Louts Fuk Co. I CIIltrw Tfltphon ,. ni to Hkknun, Ay, Hickman FiilJ SECTION 3 Mi0".:, ., prim kr I THE HieKMftN COURIER. Team thal A BtUX MARK HIRE ihmhi xhmi rear tab erlptlon bM aspired Renew promptly If you want the pa per to eem to roa after thli month lit? .a 1 11 UB lIlB Cmtnerclal Wogon up the Hill of Success. 1 The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Gtebsb the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WIOLE 10.8477 ESTABLISHED IK TIB TEAR Vr tiup . NO, Ull IN WESTERN KENTOOKT nl HiiiriiiM piiitaii tUUI(.tiir , R.tniwwn.i, TUimciMV TWnCKMOCti c .ojo. mvrvmPI, rULlU sirtf t I 1rMTI tr'fV inuAjUAi, ise.civjde.i, o, nnn homo. 1MB POLLOCK n , It from It, being thus compelled to stay BOY8 ROB SUDBERRY'8 STORE IN mado a clean breast of the whole thoro from Saturday nlfiht until Monthing. Ho told thani whoro they EAST HICKMAN. THE CMmiui, day morning without provisions or would find tho fireworks, cigars, bedding. Fortunately ho had n smalt Five mcro boys wcro brought be- shells, ennned goods, etc., which they k or wn rt slovo on tho bont and a plank which fore Judgo W. A. Naylor, Monday, took from tho store. These wcro n'ht 0,1 iv iy ho mi'il for fuel or ho would havo charged with breaking Into W. T. found at tho place ho designated , II II. HORUIO, failed to Allow up on tlmo and noth-In- probably chilled to death. Sudborry's storo In Bast Hickman, an old house about a mllo above. disappearniicu in ri could bo heard of him. On Oil Ho wai brought back by the res- Saturday night. Hickman. In all, the goods were valFour of them Oeorgo Rcovcs, age ued at about $25. , ;,t 1'oIIotk nnn iMiRum account, Pollock wan arrested and cuing party, and Mr. I'ollock was re- WAS INNOCtm nr . en, ..-- it Ho was asked as to tlio whereabouts of Rogers, wlio had licon Icfl In ttio bnrgo to float down. He told tho authorities thnt ho had left wnrrnnl Rogers In tho barge nnd that ho Rogers III ml" would ho hero tho next day. ur-- On the Streets Toys aUBerendes. HOT DIHNKS Cowglll's t Heard iu c Leo Salmon went to Halo's Point Tuesday. Toys, Dolls on sale in BARGAIN the- , Oscar Salmon Is at home from Fancy Goods Novelties Souvenirs, Gift Pieces Dirk, Mo. Mrs. Stevo Stahr Is reported on the sick list. Mrs. I. D. Prlco visited In TJuiOa City ono day last week. of China, Crystal, &c SECTION on sale in the BARGAIN SECTION Judgo Trlbbott, of Dirk, Mo., was here Friday on business. John Cox and wife spent Sunday in Union City with relatives. Joo Everly, of Dirk, Mo., was hero the latter part of last week. Dan Beckham, of Union City, was hero one day last week on business. Plenty fresh cut flowers at all tImes.-Postm- a, the florist. Union City Nick Holcombo and S. L. Dodds spent a fow days this week on tho Lake. Don't forget, ladles' work receives special attention. Schmidt, the tailor. my O. II. Brock, of Memphis, was here Sunday, the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. Lower Prices for CASH! Lower Prices for CASH! SANTA CLAUS COMES E. R. THIS YEAR TO CASH STORE With New Goods, and More New Goods Still Coming distributed at prices much lower than you expect to get them for. THIS LOT 10c EACH ! ELLISON'S Mr. Southworth, photographer, of Union CKy,swas hero on business, Tuesday. Attractive assortments of the Newest, Latest and best of the world's markets in Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods of all kinds, Souvenirs and Novelties of many new and delightful kinds all to be Tyler Johnson, of Fulton, Is mak lng his home with his sister, Mrs. Carl Schmidt. Miss Mabel Wilson has returned from a vslit to friends at Nashville and Paduc&h. Mrs. Chas. W. Curlln attended the Edwards Downing wedding In Union City last week. Mrs. Lush Cole and children will leave In a few days for a visit to relatives In Memphis. THIS STORE.. Spot Cash and at the same price to every one alike. For that reason we mark all our goods at lower prices. sells only for LOWER PRICES.. prevail throughout our her home Mrs. George Jones has returned eo In Fulton after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Carl Schmidt. Mrs. It. B. Goalder and little daugh- ter are expected here from Avenue, BARGAIN SECTION Ark., to visit until after Christmas. Tho Daughters of the Confederacy will meet next Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, with Mm. Magglo Handle. to an extent that will surprise you ! Right now this half of the store is occupied by Join our Book and Magazine Club today. $1 a year or 25c a month. Seo us at once for particulars. Nay-tor- 's Book Store. If your sewing machine runs heavy, why not got the Singer agent, L. A. Brock, to adjust it and make It run light and easy again. You will find our assortments of Goods, Notions, Novelties, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Dry SANTA CLAUS who is distributing his presents at much lower prices than you would expect. For the and Children's Furnishings, Mens Furnishings, House Furnishings Home Goods, Table Furnishings, &c, Ladies all Methodist Church services: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. You are cordially invited to be present. Wo want you to call at our storo during our Majestic Demonstration, next week, and get a Souvenir of Majestic Ware. Hickman Hdw. Co. C. L. Walker left Sunday night for Washington as a delegate to tho Rivers and Harbors Congress which convenes there this week. Ho spent Monday In Louisville. Children Specially you will be surprised at the number of attractive gifts 5 c and 0c will buy. 1 marked at Lower Prices For the Prices. for Cash ! g we are with acceptable gifts at Popular Grown-up- s, over-flowin- Come and Look Come and Look Miss Edna Trice, who has been employed In the millinery department at Baltzer & Dodds, left last Thursday for her homo In Jackson, Tenn. Miss Trlco madiTmany friends while horo. Drop in our storo during our Majestic Demonstration week, Dec. 13th to 18th, and let us show you why the Great and Grand Majestic Range Is the best on earth. A Souvenir Set of Ware, worth J8.00, given with each Majestic Range sold. Hickman Hdw. Company. t Ward to go Grsud Tower, ill... l.Hnir mH Larr to Hickman. Thnv Ik- ."' '"i' m a gasoliuo boat. 'C.!d 0racd Tower, got tho barge Urk When down ubout Kkliffe .,., & ae&r at x . Ki ly Kirk locked up pondlug an Investigation. leased. I'ollock Is said to have loft Hog-orbecause lie waB anxious to get homo, but Rogers did not know that he was being left to float down, and was under the luinresslou that possibly I'ollock wns drowned. i(,ii,.v ittu v "mollnn I...... I1U WUUk mt .... . uviuaiuu iu li. lIlU.af.ll 1IIL11I " an hour and lott Rogers barge Instead of colim "oeern, Pollock came on -1 11 It. 11. UogcrH, sou of tho in Using mini, and W. A. lllnshaw, stnrtod out In a launch Sunday morning to look for him. In tho meantime, tho senior llogora had, as told by I'ollock, boon left to float down and his boat was driven aground on u bar 3G inllcs below WIckllffo. This bar proved to bo "qulcky" and ho was unablo to got tho boat oft tho bar or to wade out 0 Mr. and Mrs. II. llucbanau are both ou tho sick list this weak. John Kllgoro, ago 16, Dob Speed, age 16, and Wren Fisher, ago 13, plead guilty and were sontouced to servo two years In tho reform school, except Iteovos, who gets three years, tho other boy, Hob Salmon, Jr., who In charged with being In tho crpwd, will bo given a hearing next Monday. It seems that a negro saw and recognized tho boys, and whon tho officers arretd young Fisher, ho 17, On Friday evening of last week, Tho four boys who received reform Mrs, C. Q. Schlenkor entertained a school sentences, wore taken fqw friends at Rook at the LaCledo Lexington tho first of tho we.uk, Hotel. Theto wcro throe tables and However much the good parents tho games thoroughly enjoyed. Rewere served. Tio invitof these wayward boya may deplore freshments ed guests wore Mesdames II. Buchthis affair, it does not help tho boys anan, Clifford Adams, W. H. Graves, out of their troublo, and tho example Q. U. Doud, T. A. Ledford, H. L. la one that should prove a warning Ainberg, A. R. Stone, Misses Nell to others who are Inclined to mis- Rogers, Lizzie Amberg,. MqIIIu Bourna chievous acta. and Homer Green. THE HICKMAN COURIER WOULD RULE BY PROXY 'Cevtrt Wetttr Ktnluckr LUt th Otw" W. 0. SPKEB nnd J. 0. 8 EXT OK, Editors nd Proprietor. ZKLA.YA MAY RF.3IOK IN FAVOR OF MADRIZ. ANOTHER COMET (Copy DISCOVERED AFTER COTTON SHARKS QOVXRNMRNT WILL INVK3TL GATE COTTON GAMBLING, Drawers Jain Hands With Spinners. Planned to Reach Speculators Under Anll-Tru- tt Law. The v H r Plot ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH 1.1 ADVANCE. Froves Bensntlon- - Warships and Murines Ltave for Nicaragua. Driven clentlfic attaurendered tvi... i '.. -- i ... vwnomia Jig Pn- - n "Pnviarft. ' .'" Cjt, N Entered at ths Hickman, Kentucky, postomce a second-class Washington tuuo of the Inltcil Mstes rresnient Zelnvn is now rriHirted to Hate ilct cloned a riln wlicrcbv lie ran rcsliin and st the am lime retain the reins of power. CURIO DEALER TELLS ThU consists In putting in the oltlco of nrelil'ii( Jon Mnilrlz. well known in OF BARCELONA RIOTS Central American diplomatic circles as Zclava's henchman, and declared to ls at NEW ORLEANS MAN DESCRIBES Zelata's beck ami mil. The stale de partment, It is declared, li entirely cogTHRILLING SCENES IN SPANISH nizant of the conspiracy under way, and CITY IN PRISON 24 HOURS. will act vigorously and promptly if oc New OrUann. Henry tie lo Huelos, cation demand .'calcr Jn curios nnd objects of art. WARSHIPS IEAVE. hus relumed fronva collecting tour In K tin In He vras In Hnrcclonn during the recent rtols.nnd on emerging from, Troop. Ship. Tralrie Sails With Seven Hundred Marines. mo nousc wiiere ne nuu o.'tui iiuumnu WanhlUEtoii for six days was arrested .and Imprls-nr.Nm1' force of the Hit I'nlted States ato being uioted forward for n linvi nnd a nlcht. account of the state of popular foek tonight to both coast of Central AmerIng, and particularly or tne reasons ica for the purpose of protecting Amerunderlying the Moling ugrilnsfthe re- ican life and property In Nicaragua by ligious order,' cast nete light- on the force of arm if tlic necessity arUei. cbscuro history of those tempestuous With the departure Thursday after days. noon from Philadelphia of the troopship Said Mr. tie Jos Kudos: "I was in I'ralric wth 700 marines alioard for the llarcclonn from the mlddio of July to Isthmus of 1'nnamnT and, if it tie so de-It Is n erred, for Nicaragua, and with the sailtho 10th or 12th of August. ing from Magadalcna bay of the protected ii'ost beautiful and prosperous city the finest in Spain, nicer than Madrid. eruier Albany ami the gunboat York- town for Curimo on the Pacific coast uf Nicaragua, the activity of the navy de partment was. manifest on- both oceans Dai wan ine Mcaragtun snore. Beside the Wore mentioned vessels the cruiser I)m Moinc nnd Tscoms and the gunboat Marietta are lying off Port Limon, Out Hlca, ready for any call upon the in and the guns of the lit tle gunboat Icksburg are pointed toward the cuttoui houc and town of The gunboat Princeton U en deavoring to make her way from the Bremerton navy yard, Washington, to Corinto alto. - mll matter by the unexpected ami untiemiing atll- - to illustration Miss Tott finds a new heavenly the coming comet. IT LOOKS LIKE WAR DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH NICAttAOUA SEVERED. nig Stick Bristling From Every Word or Secretary's Note, Wnlcn la Indorsed by the l'resldsnt. Washington. Secretsry of State Knox Wednesday relumed the pattport ltodrlguez, charge d'affaires of of Fell) the Nlcaraguan legation, with a lettrr scathingly denouncing the Zelayan administration ot the got eminent' ot Nicaragua. The letter I definitely declared to represent the tiews of President fait, and is about at plain siken at "anything emanating from the state department in many jears. Thv extraordinary feature of .the let ter Is that it seem to etidence an Intcn Hon on the part of the United Stales to hold l'reident Zelaya personally responsible for the alleged torture and execution of the American!, Cannon ind Groce, and exhibits the unliiue situation of one government holding the chief ex tent he of another practically as a com mon malefactor. .Revolutionists Recognized. Secretary Knox virtually announce the recognition of the Nicuraguaa revo lutionist, declare it to Iw tho ' of the I'nlted States that the rev olution J r presents the sentiments )f a majority of the Nicaragtwn people, and tliat there I evidently no rejiiulble head villi which the I'nlted Matei'ran deal. He therefore announce that all parties will he held accountable for their action a affecting the inter et of Americans and the peace of Central America, This brine the crlsl a near to the status of war as it could be brought by executive action without a definite declaration by both bouses of congress. con-ticti- PARLIAMENT MUST DISSOLVE Ajqulth Saya Situation TJnparalled in English History. London l!y a majority of S13, after a brief but excited sitting, the house of common Thursday recorded it claim to executive control of the nation's purse, a claim never before challenged In modern time. The vote wa taken on a resolution offered by Premier Asqultfy which declared "that tho action of the house of lords, In refusing to pa. into law the financial provision made by the chamber of tfie Expenses ot the year, was a breach of tho constitution and an usurpation of the rights of the house of common, 'and the resolution was pasted by a tot of 349 to 131. Ily this vote the opposing force of the lords aod.icuinmSns.nre placetl'lni-battlarray for one of the greatest contitu-tiona- l struggles that hat come before tho country's judgment for centuries. d The scenes of ci.thutiatm jvhlch the voting on 'Mr.'AsuhlTs res re in marked contrast 'to thow olution witnessed during the recent debate In the home of 16rd. niccom-panie- After the Barcelona - Riots. And the peoplo are tho brightest in tho kingdom. They are- restless and uneasy under. Alfonso's government; they arc moro republican than, mon- archical. 'Tho. riots began on Monday at 9 a7,mtjJu(y J5, ..Before night tho. revolution has revealed Itself In all its lurldness. On Tuesday the mob be. gan to burn the convents; they burned ten that day. Wednesday was the worst day of nil; it was a day ot fighting, or incendiarism, of bloodshed, ot revolution In the typical sense. That was the 27th. Barcelona was cut oft from communication with the world by land and sea. "Ninety-eigh- t were wounded In thq light that day. There were 275 corpses burled as the result of the four days' struggle between the mob and the civil Kuard, who accomplished tho pacification. On the 31st the pacification be! Kan to be effective. Stores opened and there began to bo a movement of life in the streets. "I hod been living In a pension frequented by Americans and French on one of the principal avenues. Naturally, we did not go forth while the rtorm raged for fear of being compromised between tho two forces. When the air cleared I took a walk. A civil guard stopped mo and asked my name, address and business. I gave them. He- marched, mo to the station bouse and had mo searched. "'Lock this man up,' be said. The next day I was brought beforo the judge. I wild that I was an American citizen. The United States consul came and testified to tho truth of my claim, Then they released me. If I had not proven my citizenship I should bavo been sent Into the army. "It U not generally understood in this country thnt the fury of the mob wag directed against the religious or ders. Through all tho disturbance the churches remained open; the aeculai priests came and went as usual, and performed their duties.. U was the friars and nuns that tho people were furious against." - MONTHLY COTTON MOVEMENT YOAKUM & CO. BUY FRISCO November Lost 064,000 Bales Prom Action Taken to Avoid Threatened Last Year. Legal Entanglements. Orleant Secretary New Heater's New York. Six tlioinaixl the hun New Orleans cotton exchange statement dred mllrs of railroad, forming the St. Issued Thursday covers tho monthly Luuis JL San Irancitco Uallroad lom- movement' to the close. of Nuvcmlx-r- . Compared with last year it shows a decrease for fno mouth in round figure of 054,000, an increase compared with year before last of 11,000, and with 1006 a decrease of 441,000. The total for November was 1,0(1 139 against 2,S95,007 last J car, 1,030,11)3 year before last, and' 2,332,100 same time in 1000. The amount of the crop brought Into tight for the three month from September to November inclusive, it 544,000 under last year, 1,183,000 over the year before last and 85,000 over 1000. Anti-Bettin- g iMuy, generally known a the Frisco, changed hand In New York Wednesday by its tetrralire from the Ilrrk Island company, with which it was merged In 1903. Uphold Law. San Francisco The State Supreme Court sustained today the validity of law when the Wulker-Ot- t t it refuted to issue a writ of habeas for the discharge of Cliarle Itrown, who wat arrested Nov. 22 at the Kmery-vill- e race track for accepting u bet. The Walker-Oti- s nieaturc passed at the last kcstion of the legislature I identical with the New York laws. anti-bettin- g cor-pu- The purchasers arc Ik F. Yoakum, for Island mer chairman of the Frisco-Hoc- k Imard, and B. I. WInch'll, former president of the Hock Itland, Mho now beIt Is comes president of the Frisco. understood In addition that Messrs. and Yoakum liae at their ao-ciateIn tl.e deul some of the leading of the .Middle W'ett, Includcapitalist ing Adolphut Hunch and Festus J. Wade, as well a the L'uion Trust of St. Company of that city. All accounts agree that the dissolution wa brought alsiut by fear of federal intervention. The Hock Island and Frisco lines uirallel and lap each other at various olnU, and there i reason to bclieio the Interstate commerce commission had taken cognizance of that fact. Win-chell it streets. "The reason for it? Oh, tho people believed that tho bombs which have Lecn exploded In llarcelonu at Inter vals during tho last two years wore tuado ill the convents. In ono of th convent schools they found a chem leal laboratory, .which .anybody might reatonably expect, but It did not sc strike theQ people, who. taw in it otil) place. Tho, people ro a vpect tho secular priests whom the) meet, but they know very little of tbt thoy se.Uom see; whom monks, bunco, their misapprehensions anduu warranted attacks." botnb-mukin- Mr. de los Kueloa stooped down a mahogany stand and drew from n low shelf a thigh bono of an ndult "This Is a bone I picked up in the street. It was a part of tho mumtm o a nun. Tho mob tied ropes around them and dragged them through the Memorial to Washington. Washington llellcvlng that there should be' in the national capital a George Washington memorial building, n hall capable of accommodating large conventions, the board of education of the District of Columbia has Indorsed a recommendation that a movement, to be universal out the United States, lie started here on Feb. 22 next. The object is to have each school child buy a button at a cost of 10 cents, thus pay. Ing for a brick In tho new building. Fite at Baltimore. Baltimore. Within a stone's throw of the place where the of 1001 started, Bjltimoie wui visited Thursday by one of the most damThe bla aging fires of the year. started In tho wholesale shoe establishment of tho Spear Brother Company. The blare then spread to thu old Maryland National Bank building and the dry good house of It. M. Sutton Co., before the tlreineii managed to get It Several llreiuen were under control. Injured, The dumage Is estimated at Million Sc Women Prejudiced Him. Barttrsville, Okln. IWmi.o of the presence In the court room of members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, counsel for 1). II. lleerhlng) charged with bootlegging liipior, hat asked for a changM of venue, alleging that the women cause a prejudice to exist against the defendant; At a meeting uf tho union the women made plans for aiding in the enforcement of law and u resolution provided that members should take front seats In the courtroom during bootlegging trials. COTTON Washington, D. Ce Cotton gsmhllng in New York and Boston I likely to become the subject ot legal action ty the department of justice that may result In landing In jail tome of the biggrit cotton speculator of tho country unuer the provision of the Sherman antl trul law hlle no action ha yet been taken by Attorney (.'enrru I W'lckrrsham, President Taft has illamwrd the matter with him with a view to planning a thorough investigation by hit department slid tho department of commerce and Itbor. Behind tlilt latest mote nn the rt of tho federal government are the congressional delegations of all- of the cotton States of the South and of the New Kng land Statea In which the gteat textile milt are located. Ono man who I largely responsible fur the interest which members uf rongrrtt and tlif president have shown hi cotton visitor which ovsrshsdows In speculation It Senator John Walter Smith of South Carolina, who for many years hsl been prominently Identified OHIO TRIPLE TRAGEDY with the cotton grower and came to the senate with the avowed pttrpoto ot "going after" the manipulators of the pile INSANE HAN KILL3 MOTHER, of the South'a greatest product. OFFICER AND HIMSELF. Cotton mill owner who are ready to furnlth the gotrrnment with Information Two Others Are Wounded Before and are determined to wtge the fight to the very end are said to represent an 1'otte Breaks Into House to Find aggregate capital of 2J0,0O0,000. Their Bed. Prey Dead Under Interest and that of ration grouers It practically the tame la this instance, and Greenville, Ohio. After murdering hit the fact that they hate joined to mother and an officer who attempted to aid the government In It proposed Inarrest Mm, and probaW fstally wound- vestigation and probable legal action Is ing another woman and her husband, taken here to mean that the work will be Clyde Weaver, 31 years of age, com- done thoroughly. pleted the tala of Uoodrbed by committing suicide near licit. OKLAHOMA Weaver wat declared to 1 a filleted BLIZZARD STRIKES with exaggerated ego by physicians, and was under suspended sentence! from the Communication With Northwestern prolwte court. Shtrilf John F. Ilaber and 1'olnU Bevered. Deputy Sheriff William II. r'arnt went Oklahoma City, Okla.-- On. of tbt to Weaver's home to arrest him. Ths wortt blirisrd In year I raging In med todrlve Ncrthwettern Oklahoma. appearance of the officer Cvmmunlr the man violently insane. He 0ncd tlon has been levered with all point fire upon them from an upper window northwest of Woodward, and the true with a shotgun, and Ferra fell, wounded. situation cannot be learned. A moment later Weaver's mother ruhed A message from Amarilln Monday saj't from the house, crying "I'm shot," and that 0 Inches of suow fell over lb fell dead at the feet ot the sheriff. Texas Panhandle eouutry and that the Wlille Ilaber was trying to rethe the accompanying bliaard will do consul woman W'eaer walked from the house, rrabts damage to live stock. carrying a revolver. He went to the" Throughout'lhe Northwest' at far at woodshed, where Farra had crawled, and yVooiUard a tfesdy rain fell through- fired twice at the wounded officer, killtan ine uy, a freeze lounwing. ine ex ing him. He then jumcd Into a buggy tcntlte Panhandle wheat of Oils had reached the bom and Texas receltrd Its first general In which the officer houte and drove to the home of Levi rains, Halns over the central and south1 Mtnnich, a neighbor, from whom he de- era fujt of tbn stale did no dsmsaw to manded protection. When Mlnnleh hes- cotton, the crop hating Wu practically itated to allow hint to enter the house, gathered and the rainfall slaw. Weaver drew hi reoler ami shot MIn' nleh through the bark. Weaver then ENJOINS NOISY WORSHIP. turned on Mrs. Mlnnieh and shot her twice. Ordered to A large potse imlckly surrounded the Otorgla Congregation Btop Shrieking and Shouting. house, and two deputy sheriff broke e Moe Wright, of Home, through the rear donr. They found the liody of Weaver under a bed. He had the tiierior court, Itsued an Injuncused hit last bullet to blow out hit own tion restraining the members of the Broad Street Methodist Church from brains. "loud singing, shouting, shrieking or cry Ing out." The Injnnctlen I sweeping iu WHITE SLAVE FIGURES. its character, and Judge Wright ordered that it be rigidly enforced. Alleged That 07,000 Olrls Sacrificed The spirit I ttrong In the Broad Annually on Altar of Vic. Street Church, and nightly meeting have Chicago, HI. "At t,M0a a head, the been held, at which to much noIc wst average price of negro girls on the created that no one In the vicinity could auction block fifty years ago, the 300,000 sleep. Some of these racctlugt hate con'white slaves' In the I'nlted State to- tinued throughout tho entite night. day represent an lnestment of Kach year 07,000, or $120,000,-00NEW GIN WILL SAVE MILLIONS worth of these women are sacrificed In the highly financed districts of Vice througliout the country and sn oiual Will Increase Crop Value to Farmer 3 to 0 Cent round. number of recruits are procured each year to take the plsre of thos who have New York. Cuming over on the Baltic worn themtche out In sin. Of this of the White Star line it a recently In vast army of unfortunate, whoso march vented cotton gin which It promoters from the home to the morgue or the in- rlslm will revolutionize the cotton Insane asylum by the vice route ha been dustry of the I'nlted State. The new shown by statistics to atrragn (our to contrivance differs from the American five miserable years, Chicago today conglu, in thut It combs the staple from the tributes 37,000." seed instead of cutting It as I done In these words, Dr. Jean T. Zimmer- by the sharp tawt of the old Whitney man, president of the National White machine. H. J Mcdowan, of this city, who hat Crust League, In an address before the W'oodlawn Woman's Club, on the "Black had much excrIencA as a cotton planter Slavery of Our White Olrls," strode to In Alabama, hat made arrangements to Imprest upon her audience the extent and have a trial test of the new gin, Mr. Mcfiouan declares that the combing horror of the traffic in women throughout the United State and Chicago's part prcces will mako such a saving In therein. the way of ginning at to Increase the value of the crop to the planter fully 2 to S cent a pound, and that thlt SLEEP WALKER IMMUNE. mean an annual Increase In tho wealth of the cotton sale of at least 1200,000, OK Fait Train and Run Over Walked 000. The gin at present In use, he tays, by Another Not Hurt. not only cuts tho staple, but also wattes Hammond, Ind. While in a somnammuch of It by reducing the lint to such bulistic, sleep on a fast Lake Shore train fine particles that they are blown away Wednesday, J. M, Ashcroft, aged 70, like dust. walked otf the train while It was run uing sixty mile nn hour, near Chester Lumber Prices Soar. ton, Ind., and was practically uninjured, Winnipeg Hough IuiiiImt advanced He fell on a parallel track, ami while one dollar per thousand feet all over getting up was struck by arothrr train. Western Canada Saturday. The mill He receiied a slight sculp wound, and are calling In traveling salesmcut owing was able to continue his journey. to a rush uf ordcrt. Im-- "fcllcnce. ItO'i.;:?1 ,,UI lur.'j.lttinii c ..... IU .v beneficially anl Ikfl fu r. In 1- 1- . rj. - ,7 tthelosonw sr. J California r.p As litre it ,'jr Fig and Llix.r Ulno fl nun. tVi . sfe.avn 'JF i " f.?. . ii i Co. r.n,.in... orJv.lt I, si..,,... ' ....ocntr: nt r.ni, it an w ' ., ,f ult;-- - rtanowiMgrii,,, uns iq uerune irrns wreu--j if.upon viewinc ihi; .v.. . v. ... w.uurma i ,t NvrjnC. . . rU BUT SHE HAD ENOUGH. 1L tL CHitmoi PWCE JOUim- r- Mother our a uaur. iter t . .,i. i rs... vrvij, vy Schools for Tubtrculout Chtla.tn. . Kneclal tehnr'. f - i flren have n.w been t:UUitel V v ..l n . l'mvlileneA llr. i.i . I.. l-. . - csgo and Pltttt g Tori lurco schools and Waiblsrtaa, & two. The board cf ed;-L- a ofX -- ,n irs tilann tlkll4I..M. N.J. In AWL I.-. (1. ..... ... in ilimK n.. III a I Hef.l..u t..t.. f f . Aitl J .. iuIU obtained tMtstU air icbouli frrm c.w It mit Tula, coupled "i 'ha ciperlcftct open air schoc i n ticrros; tsi ....(Fill U Dv I.UU. IIU,.B ILli L school work, fellow pupils. .l.-- t an; dutr "Julius Canar" Sent to Bed. At the IlrltiEh As'bsn chb cz s mis inio sn ntntiiier went home one rust' titer Umt took with him ft tr fite ilea "Come In. Lcn. ha till ui a last drink ' "Hut vour wi'e etch. L:t Utt one ot the part rc;".led Julius Caesar In . On entering thr7 rr bete"rrcclttt w.-- "Ob. walk In. gca'1fcn tirn Mcntr oi annx in uu As for Julius Cactar, he li lolif bed." ui Purchasing young lll. I U ....... " ' J BK0 Ul Sis. A Por, J i ' Kt - (540,-000,00- soro us u. inesioi wcnuius Siauon, - -. M-t- rr ..ul tinut ii. ana a i i slon to drop In h!i pcf AV.1nfHl that w vlfcllvt .. DUIISUI imui.1.. -. mucu wouiu i If I had dropjK-- In a d..ai .... it ti..l. trrnrr The Plan Upon . ! WORKERS wnisniT vnrker -. i . is sum n .....A ni m unl auinectcil as me ness or dlttate, sure way to find c t tbt. tn . s l. In Mem. n I HI'" estlng experience her hu,M ....... w WIIU COIieo. h.ine t I .1 rwt i for some tine II , ana ,u. - Ki.s,.u an in rcaifcc I DO . W11U u ..... s . We rouoa for h i .,..fk - hundred noes ... n.M doctor's charge of tho how wl.o his W The use of Ite'jn . nnH WB SC'JIO i. 'ei iirvut-v. " Ik n . iii nil. . sn maw InUiat time and 'Th MAt W""j. . .pM i" . hfliuir- TAX PLANNED. $1,000,000. Rutslan Commission Has Approve! the Suggestion. St. Peteriburg. The minltterlul which has been dUcutiing with butiness men various mutters of trade of placing a bus approwd the ugg-tlof one cent on each tax of seven-tentpound of cotton grown In Kur'.jK-ai- i llokhnia and Khiva. The proceed of thu tax would be used for the promotion of cotton culture by systems uf irrigation, tic. torn-missiHu-sl- Drunkenneta Denied, Oklahoma City, Okla.- - Ten member Will Handle Pools of 1600 and 100? of the jury that tried Harvey Garrison, Tobacco Crops. deKied sheriff of Oklahoma county, filed Lexiugton, Ky. l.ee S. Baldwin and affidavits In the district court denying Itufut I.ltle, who last week were ap- the charge that there was drunkenness In pointed receivers for tho Hurley Tobarcc tho during the consideration Society's jMjolt uf 100(1 ami 1007, took of the case. The charge was inada by cliargo Monday of the uucxM-iidcfund of (301,000 remaining In thu pool. Tlicy (aunirl for Gnrrlsen In application for n will conduct tho butltiest in connection now trial. It. fl. liuins, the only juror wilh the receivership from Winchester that voted for the sojulttul of Garrison, Hie pool airuira of thu 1009 crop will cannot Iw found. Jit) disappeared from be bundled from Lcxlii-ton- . M home Saturday night. BURLEY RECEIVERS ACT, ..Miin iuv FtIll II lUIlf. ..w- some . -there was (..IV nmi .... iiiuc a....' i M mi - , and he rcwarkcu . " nf ulv 1, u ....tsrlTi'"'- - ...J, Jury-roo- ni wo havo recclvtd ire" coffee." WOHVlllfa ,.,v,v m'!"M ..ai-- .l A ' one npp UUrciU " - . - imr j (u .. wI . rj T No answer: fa sbeeluta IsxIMferatMe, flt, lay her slrrmgest weapofl. 8s remust keep calm and fusing to bo terrified Into quick and thourhtlcss answer. "TI.U ntiornoon," he said, harshly, "you ttolo from mo the Malttond Jowels. Where aro they?" I shall not tell." Ho bent swiftly forward and toek one of her hands In his. Instinctively she clenched It; and he wrapped hw strong hard fingers nronnd tho small whlto flat, then deliberately Inserted a hard finger Joint between her ond and third knuckle, slowly Increasing the proaiirre. And watetied with absolute Indlftorcneo the lines Of agony grave themselves upon her smooth unwrlnkled forehead, and the color leaVo her cheeks, as the pain grew too cxnnlslto. Then, suddenly discontinuing the prcssiiro, but retaining her hand, hn laughed shortly. ! my lady, or will "Will yon you have morel" "Don't," sho gasped, "plcsso " "Where aro tha JewolsT Will your shs pleeoo him. Whatever the reply, K ccmed ti His prows cleared, ta wrath that had made his face almost nnrerognlzablo subsided; he eyes smiled, And tha girl trembled, know lg thnt he had solved hor secret; fot sfce had hoped against hopo that th'i couli el y words 1.0havo havo heard hot had too cryptic t steft would Farmers and Merchants Bank Cllritott Btrectt Illokraan, Kcntnckjr. Springing to HI Fet He Draw Hit Revolver. PICTURES BY COVKMHT HOT OUIJJOJEPHWiC THI a6....-iCMl- l. CO. the cushion of tho easy, comfortablo leather chair and drank In the clean Hil" Pin MaliUnil. on reMnc hi. air In great deep drauRbta, with a T rt t; r i . n. mrt an tlrmo : n at n,s door. Janitor cno of renewing Tlgor, both bodily 1'irn i etc M I lm no on had bn and iplrltual. Tho water helped, too; SYNOPSIS. --. rr lr i 1 ' prl c i? - (. i int 1 T j r:' r t r C I sray, Maltland. i I n w.U. auppoardly a M"r from "dnalthV rr prmnt Is bo Anl.tr -r r Ilia rrma. Anlaty, a !ln. inu ' - i 9 d rimiiul maaqurradrd kept Malt ' ii t wtni Ilia girl In array, c The Klrl In Kray a upartmriita durlnK till r: . cJ grnia. Mull land, up homn and - a vri e hla epeluUtlnjc. aa Maltland. triad to ' I of tha rrma. r.l at the front, dour. the 'V'l .ln-l- .t crook, allow-- to the you nit i Iti Kruy made licr rail u rab. An Inalant e a rule. Anlaiy wa at x her to Attorney Han- lady!" Sho llftod her lashes, mooting bis CHAPTER XIV. Continue. masterful staro with a look of calm In lWr.il Mia door closed sofllv: qulry. "WoUr 11 thrre f ' "So jou'ro better nowT Possibly It fil n thud as n. bolt fi ibot An Instant later Antaty was a nilstako to glvo you that rest, MM her by tho arm and. rmiirhlv my lady. Still, when ono'i a gentlo- It ui w.i.c.lt wa.tlnK speech, hur- I" Ho chuckled un mo next room. Tbon, pleasantly, not troubling to finish his r tr U!ai I La turned nn Itin sentence "WcIlT" ho mocked, seating himself :s to tho window, throw 11. or ttri cf thorn vrldej for tho easily upon an ndjacont tnblo. "We're ne jra wag talo and llfcloa. hero nt last, whero wo II surfer no In "4 n w add tho crlmlnat In a terruptlons to our little council of war. sut :'actbn. "now wo can talk Ueyond tho watchman, thcro's prob "KI. KV denr" ably not another soul In the building; 1 1I H'rA hla nvnrrnnl anl li and from that window thero It Is a Irciing tun uvcr tho back of con- - straight drop of 21 stories to 11 road a -t drew his fingers way, whllo I'm between you and tho V"l " uia emu, uuu, door. So you may bo resigned to stay -'- :!K C. n llllln dlal.mnii ra..fr.l...l hero until I got ready to let you go, Hn n ilin.lnu n w ........I , ,, t'rl M .. w4 aaauillluu It you scream for help, no ono will tcr Iho hard Una nt M. hear you." II. "Very woll," sbe assented mechanic Hood wh-r- o ho had loft her. na ally, turning liar head away with a ill. D Ma?! 111) Ifinifn. lm.a lf- - rhlvcr of disgust. "What Is It you ' " C" r urk nt lior .!,!. .1,,. wantT" , fl 111 . 7 n ril "Tho Jowols," ho sold, bluntly. "You iiui lUL'U YUCailli VCry UCar ,ho brcak,n2-J- " might navo guessed that." a pc n "I wat not without porcop- "And havo saved yourself nnd mo e cr tato one considerable trouble by spoaklng ten u.ilfc v' """"ivu, no toum go. minutes ago." . Irt inn. "Yoa." sho agreed, abstractedly. auv mull on . "Now," ho continued, with a bint of M anger In hit volco, "ycu aro going to i. V 'lB,onu to t'te airoct M1' t I In" rod ilKlnlnir bU gams. well- -i him for Anl.ty. llatMiyi-- i rr.t-- J hla aafe, took end irave ihcm to t a rr.itncr.lilp In crlm. i iKtl hv police of r ii.mnnu overcame ( rl want In Nw York Hha A Ilia J.wtU. r at ilay. A "Mr. f J t matlf aa a detao I "K 1 pan itlarotrre-- l om In iluat on lit ilr.K. rrnm ma 'fr rannrrman. auornr. jth hla at cs. Uwnrt.Ma, lo Malttan, on im.Ia lady lit gray, - rr.'nl (f r. 1 i y -- 1 " . -- 1 s- 1 1 aho dabbled tho tip of a ridiculously small handkerchief In It and bathed Tho while, her throbbing temples. Anlsty stood over her, waiting with discrimination If with scant patlenco What was to comn sho neither knew nor greatly cared; but, with an In atlnctlve dcalro to postpone tho Inovlt nblo moment of trjal, alio almulated deadly languor for soma moments a ft cr becoming conscious of her position; nnd lay passive, long lashes alt but touching her cheeks In which now a wander faint color wa growing ing at random out over n dreary vrll dcrness of flat rectangular roofs, livid In tho moonlight, broken by long, straight clefts of darkness In whoso dopths lights gloomed faintly. Far In tho south tho sky canio dawn purple and black to tho horizon, whero a sil ver spark glittered llto a star tho torch of Liberty. tones, "I think," AnUty's cloar-cu- t Incisive as n razor edgo, crossed tho listless trend of her thoughts, "I think wo will now get down to business, my Bo low-hun- - Tell ma!" "It's nil right," returned the burglar. "Don't you worry, llttlo man. Pull yourself together." And laughed. "Hut what what ' stammered tb other. "So." "Only that she's given herself away," "Jlavo you given them to MaltlAftdr chuckled Anlsty; "beautifully and "No." completely. 'The brass bowl,' says shs "Whero aro theyT thinking I never saw ono on Malt"I don't know." "Stop that nonsense unlesi Where land's desk! nnd 'O'Hagan, and who the dlvvlc aro you?' says the man on did you leave thorn?" "I won't tell I won't. Ah, please, the other end of tho wire, when I ask who ho !." plcnsol" "And? And?" pleaded "Toll mo!" the IIUI man, dancing with worry. "Nover. Ahh!" "And It means that my lady hero re An nbrupt and resounding hammering at tho outer door forced him to turned the jewels to Maltland by hidoa leavo off. Ho dropped hor hand with ing them under n brass an oath and springing to his feet drow his desk ass thnt I was not to know! his revolver; then, with a glnnco at You aro 'cute, my lady!" with an tho girt, who was silently weeping, Ironic salute to tho girl, "but you'v tears of pain rolling down hor checks, met your match In AnUty." "And," demanded the other as th mouth set In a thin pale lino of determination, strode out and shut tho burglar snatched up his hat and coat, door after him. "what will you do, Anlsty?" "Why, "Do?" contemptuously. As It doted the girl leaped to her feet, maddened with torture, wild eyes what Is thero to do but go and get casting about tho room for a weapon them? We've risked too much nnd of some sort, of offensu or defense; for made New York too hot for the twe she could not havo endured tho tor of us, my dear sir, to got out of th ture an Instant longer. If forcod to It, game without tho profits." "Hut I beg of you" to tight, fight she would. If only sho had ''You needn't" grimly. "It won't something, a stick of wood, to defend herself with. Hut there was nothing, bring you in nny money." "Hut Maltland" nothing nt all. "Is out. O'Hagan answered the The room was a typical office, well but severely furnished. Tho rug that 'phone. Don't you understand?" "Hut ho may return!" covered tho tllo floor was of rich That's his lookout. I'm sorry fot qunllty and raro design. The neutral- tinted walls wcro bare, but for a hlra If ho does." Anlsty produced the couplo of stcol engravings In heavy revolver from his pockot. and twirled "I owe Mr. woodon frames. TJicro wero three the cylinder significantly. Maltland something," ho said, nodding heavily upholstered leather girl by the table, a roll- - to tho white-faceand ono revolving top desk, against the partition wall, "and I shouldn't bo sorry , "And what," broke In tho a wasto-papc- r basket, and a "what am I going to do meanwhile?" desk, or table. And that was all. "Devil the bit I care! Stay here Or not qulto all, eUe the oftlco equip ment had not been complete. There and keep this impetuous femalo from calling up pollco headquarters, for a was tho telephone! good guess. Speaking of which, I think Hut ho would hear! Or was the par w'c had best settlo this telephone busitition soundproof? onco and for all." As If In contradiction of tho sugges ness "The burglar turned again to th tion, there camo to her cars very clear Inly tho sound of tho hall door creaking dexk. and began to work over the strument with a small screw-drlvc- i on its hinges, and then a man's voice. which ho produced from his coat shrill with nngcr and anxiety. pocket, talking the wbfle. "You fool! Do you want to ruin "Our best plan, my dear Banner us both? What do you mean" man, is for you to como with me, at Tho door crashed to. Interrupting least as far as the nearest corner. tho protest and drowning Anlsty's You can wait thero, If you're too cowreply. ardly to go tho limit, Ilko a man. I'll ' was passing." tho now volco took get tho loot and Join you, and wo can up Its plaintive remonstrance, "and mako a swift hike for the first train tho watchman called roe In and said that goes farthest out of town. A pity, that you were telephoning for mo " for wo've done pretty well, you and I "Damn tho Interfering fool!" Inter- old boy; you with your social cntrci rupted Anlsty. and bump of locality to locato th "Hut what's this Insanity. Anlsty? spoils, mo with my courage and skill What's this about a womanT What" to lift 'cm, and an cqultnblo division tones ascended a high Oh, don't worry about her. Banner Tho scale of fright nnd rago. man! Slio's as deep In It ns elthel "I)wer your voice, you ass!" the of us, only sho happens to bo sent! burglar responded, sternly. "And " mental, nnd an outsider on this deal you'r Besides, Ho took his own advice; and for a Sho won't blab. lltllo tlmo tho conforenco was con- ruined anyway, as far as New York'i ducted In guarded tones that did not concerned. Como along. That's fin penetrato tho dividing wall savo as a Ishcd; sho won't send any Important 1 deep rumbling alternating with an Im- messages over that wire guess. passioned squeak. "My dear young lady!" Rising and Dut long ero this had como to pass tho girl was risking all at tho tele- throwing tho overcoat over his arm, phone. Itccelver to car sho was im- be wnved his hat at hor In sardonic ploring central to connect hor with courtesy. "I can't Bay it has been a Madison. If only sho pleasuro to know you, but you hav rolght.ct Maltland, tell Mm whero tho nudo It interesting. I tdmlt. And 1 jewels wcro hidden, warn him to bid you a very good night- - The charthem then sho could escape, woman will let you out when sh further suffering by open confession. come tq clean up in the morning. "What number?" camo central's lan- Adieu, my dear!" The llttlo man bustled after him, guid query, after a space. "Did you bleating and fidgeting; and the lock say spi-akr arm-chair- s dcsk-chal- ajffnlflcnnco for his comprehension. A, slowly and composedly, he replaced tho recolvcr on Its hook and returned tho Instrument to tho desk, a short and rotund flguro of.n man, In rumpled evening dres and wearing s wilted collar, hopped excitedly Into the reem. cast at the girl ono terrified glance out of eye that glittered with excitement like black diamonds, set In n face tho huo of yen it, and clutched the burglar's arm. "Oh, Anlsly, Anlsty!" ho cried, plleously. "What Is It? What Is It! ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depoUor. Other lndncAments are ef tecondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your Patronage. 11. BUCHANAN, President J. A. TH0rtP50N, Cashier. H. Buchanan, T. A. Ledford, J. J. W. Aleftal, 0. D. a Dondurant, Isler, Thrlkald, M.J. Hubbard. Dr. J. KM. DIRECTORS tHI SAFEST AND QUItigECT WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It Y LONb DISTANCE TELEPHONE m Mtli APPLY TI LMAL laeeaaouTU HAMMER OUfilRLANO TELEPHONE ft TELEIMPH . . . IUR STOIK IS COMPLETE AND . CO -- Absolutely THE BEST- -- . . millionaire Canned Goods; Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Product!, Chase & Sanborn s Coffees and Teas. Oail on or talephoae as when in ' t or jbEvai ujrs a. ned of GROCERIES, FRESH MKATB Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries; Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN to" new-comer- MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED ISM. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. Ramage, deceased.) ilarble and Granite flonuments CURBINQ, HICKriAN. STONE I I WORK i klndf, IRON FENCINO. f all KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends -a- t-: s Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over CowglU's drug store. Union City, Ttnn. In C B. A. building. Tonsorial Parlors at not and coll In Hickman, bath.l eleetrlo lights and fta, hydraulic ohairs and evtry tbUf for comfort. B.st Clinton Street, Hickman, Next door to Jones' Cafe. Kj. Nlircty-clght-nln- e LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE Splendid Selection . . in-- ! llc-h- t. P- -t' ti "No, no, control. Madison, please, and hurry hurry!" "Ah, I'm rlngln' 'em. They ain't auswerod yet. Gimme time. Thero they arc. Go ahead." "Hollo, hollo!" 'Twhat Is ut? Her heart "sank; O'Hagan's volco meant that Maltland was out. "O'Hagan Is that you? Tell Mr. clicked. Sho was alone utterly nnd forlorn ly nlono and had lost lost all, all (hat sho had prized and hoped to win, even oven him. Sho raised fluttering, Impotent white hands to hor temples, trying to collect New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Ctll and . our stock. Everything Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If yoa have real estate for ale, let us get you buyer. ADDRESS: ' -- I. na So ('.icMim lihtir Vv . It'... I'. " tils," Th. 1 IWraTi' Jr." " 'T l , ' " at tho white, expressionless dial. II was sonio time a minute or two bo "Hut ho's out. King up In the foro she deciphered the hour. marnln'." Ten minutes past two! Ah, tho life "Hut can't you take this message tlmo aho had lived In the past 7( minutes! And tho futility of It all! for him? Please" (TO 11B CONTINUED.) Tho door was suddenly jerked open ami Anlsty leaped Into tho room, face Avoid Round Shoulders. Torrlflcd, tho white with passion. Are you letting yourself sag a bit girl sprang from tho dosk, carrying tho at tho shoulders? Don't, It you wnnt Instrument with hor, placing tha chair between her and her to keep cither young or woll. Thero Ii nothing so fatally easy as to grow enemy. Koep a share "Tho bras bowl, please tell him that," b!io cried clearly Into tho re- watch on yourself to prevent it. Each up ugalnst the Jam! morning stand ceiver. And Anlsty was upon her, striking of a door nnd see It )ou havo begun tho telcphono from her grasp wlt'a to sag. Also walk around your room each day with a pleco of broomstick one swift blow and soiling her savagely by the wrist. As tho Instrument or short umbrella under your arm and tell." clattered and poundod on the floor sho brought across tho back. This keeps Sho shook her bead slightly. "Oh, but you are, my lady." And was sent reeling and staggering half- tho chest up and head well poised, "im'DB to motive of s on- - h0 ),,0'l exercises, whenevei to his tono raspod, quickened with tho way across tho room. . Aa sho brought up agulnst tho flat you think of them, will help ward o9 "'uow and brought her latent brutality of the natural crlm ator from tha Inal. "And 1 know that you'll not force topped desk, catching Its edgo nn.l thoso roand shoulders, also making '".WW ni"K room. me to extreme measures. It wouldn't suvtug herself a full, tho burglar practice to work with the cheit up TtilJ Un la tho lu.;!cst or all pre he pleasant for you, you know; and caught up the telephone. cil wonderfullv la veutlvcs for invi.ni. I promlso you I shall stop at nothing "Who Is that?" ho shouted. Imperii the nut will If It v. laay piactioel folia br hoad llak baclc upoB whatever to make ypu speak." lively. Into the transmitter. Maltland" "Ho's gawn out for tho nolght an "Tell him, please " herself. In tho outer room a clock was tick Ing. Unconsciously sho moved to tin doorway and stood looking for a tlm Hickman Courier Realty Gi Ilickman, Kentucky. ' Marv Berendes&Gompany " Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping' others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service coma back for a second serving. Our prices are tho most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us elvine Your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our sample. i,. did" hr JOB PRINTING .... W. can do th. can aa iiui ctaaa iuat S "por ,haa ,ho olher ,olIo- - Wedding invitation. Utter head., bill .Uai, tale bull, atateraenta, dodger, cards, etc, all receive lia aaaio careful ' iaH a little batter than iihui neceaaary. Prompt delivery always. elm of Asa printing, sod w. Vjl 0 o oooo Xmas Suggestions stocks of Christmas merchandise. If you haven't started its time to begin g now, as there remains only sixteen shopping days before the great event. gift-givin- 0oo,, The Round Table !iok: ' "later, on, ,, o '"I blood a o known todsr 1)11 Ci'H nl,'"6'' Mourns Killed Christmas weather. Congress Is In session. . ... . J r The real Christmas shopping commences now, and it finds us ready with Missouri A. O. had nn snow OOOoft "OT D11INK8- , V B " Cownui", Cnruthers returned from Monday, The cold wes.hc, , m Tho coal Mrs. It. ot spent Sunday with his parents nt McKemlo. A. K, Owen Every Woman Has a Fondness For Fancy Art Linens So you can't make a mistake in selecting some of these pieces for her Christmas gifts Hemitltehed Linen Towels, with one row drawn work Hemstitched Table Covers, with drawn work, Large Size Union Linen Scarf, hem- John Kites, ot Martin, was on buslnoss Wednesday. In town t urn .Uck lllUk T.i.. - .. . Srd (mil . Santa Clau Miss Myrtlo Walker Is rblo to bo out ngaln ftftor several days' lllnoss. stitched, with one row drawn work Ladles Hemstitched all linen Handkerchiefs sheer quality In plain white and colored border Union Linen Dollies, round with scolloped and embroidered edge, come In three sixes 10, I5c Dealers nt 8(at l.lno wore parlnic 13c for turkeys and I'c for hens yes - at u terday. ' Dr. See our line of Wim.. i.. . . r soou ones i ibvm..n.. VAJ. lrkAl . 25c, 50c and 1.00 50c, 75c and 1.00 60c 5c (o 40c and 25c PRE-C- H RISTM AS SALE OF RUGS gift-giver Dlxlo Owens and HobL. DeUow wcr cu io .arn.id ar.T a tuittoD tho guests ot friends near Union City first of tho week. Mrs. T. A Cr.ff a hu M.n ... . . i. Mott Ayers Is making a vigorous nor noma in . .,.,1 U raro for Scrgeant-at-Artnot tho wim ner mot n. jm n0... a Kentucky 8cnata. as well as to those who want to beautify home for the Santa Claus celebration. A full line of Axminster Rugs, in all sizes, prices ranging from A sale of moment for the practical $1.10 to S8.50 The Practical Woman will Appreciate Holiday Slippers The givimg of slippers is becoming more popular each year on account of their usefulness. Men's and Women's Indian house slippers, in undressed kid, plain and fur top, in shades of brown, buck, red and tan. Prices ranging from Will Hubbard r,f I'nri iv.i. . Mrs. Lou Hester sold her as. was here t f.-- a,.,- i... - . .ifarm located on Stato road, near ML ut. nur Iia Mn Cannot church to John Tyler. The ring. consideration was $1,400. v. .. airs. Krnci' kirr Mrs. J. W. Water and son, Itoy, lUrli a tialtifm rt i ...i. . mi haro gone to Greenfield, Tenn.. to ported linprotur Lut is sun k Join her husband, Iter. Waters, who critical condluoii Is now stationed at that place. . I I in r. Havn Tmi ti. It A. Alexander sold tho old Tltts ftsitl In ihn I'Kif. A L..t. o . i.-K, ri nt a Gift of Bedding $1.00 ... Large size Bedspreads, Marseilles patterns, to $125 Heavy Bedspreads, Marseilles patterns, hemmed, ready for use. Price &1.50 to $3.00 and 1 1 14 sizes best blankAll Wool Blankets 10 Btiifiiinl worth place of ICO acres, to Adam 8camonea, of Union City, for $11,100. III rlrculAlInn The deal 4t mada Tuesdrgr. Price divided per acre, 170. T. ti'n... I, tl . r.n 1lrr I. .... ... - . $1.50 to $2.00 pat-ent Ed Walker's Clinton Gaietto, one of the nowslest and cleanest paper In this section, started this week on Its Sth year. Here's our best wishes opiiirnU for another eight, lira. Walker. I Mil. I.&t . Vln.... In Ik. tl. t .1..J -- A... A,. . i ha' dirrctica. . '4 ets ever offered at price, $3.00 to $7.50 A complete line of Children's Shoes, in kid and leather, all styles and shades, $1.15 to $1.50 Tho new cour.' tltn-- a its tat Senator E. M. Taylor, of Fulton . rl . . l . .. .1 . tv. I. li has received an appointment t dep i T ta:iia,w uty warden of tho Eddyvllln penltcn c. w. tury He will assume his official Meadows. It 1 KudJ W K. bo duties In April, 1910, and will servo and C. II HrsDifc-- d Tt four year. rair For the Best Values In Women's Wear, Ladies' Coat Suits Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Children's Leggins, Caps, etc. .1 Governor Denccn, of Illinois, has Dob Wade. denied tho appeal for made by Sheriff Frank Datts, of Alexander county, who was suspend cd becauso of tho recent lynching at Cairo. Tho governor says that Davis failed to properly protect the two mr vlrtlins men that were lynched thcro a few days ago and thereby forfeited hts an liiipirlng office. We are glad wo do not live tmtxi f nniii In Deneen's domain. ITit T I --IT nee 00 sM Ir- t; Uitna fl tA9 fttl TIME :t Now is the time to Select them for both personal use and for Christmas Gifts is flying, only Fourteen More Days in which to do your Christmas Shopping, and there must be an immense volume of business done in these few days. FUQUA, HELM & COMPANY Tako your produco to C. THE CROWDS and we now throng every section of our store daily, cannot too strongly recommend that you do youf II. Mooro, Ware at tho Hickman Hardware Co., store during tho demonstration week, Don't forget to attead tho Majestic December 13th to 18th. llnnge Demonstration at our store. Hickman Hardware Co. At tho recent session of tho Royal Household ot Columbian Woodmen, Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30. at Annlston, Ala., Western Kentucky the ladles of tho Embroidery Club fared well In tho distribution of hon- wcro entertained by Mrs. C. p, Shuors. O. h. Chambers, of East mate. Besides tho club luombors, Ala., waa elected Itoyal Consul; W. thoro was an unusually largo number 1). Dodds, of Mayfleld, Ky., Itoyul of Invited guests and tho afternoon Viceroy; John T. Dllloii, Hickman, greatly enjoyed. A salad course was Ky., Clerk; Dr. C. M. Ulackford, of served. Tho Invited guests wore: Hickman. Ky., Physician; J. II, Wick-Lff- Mesdames Q. Ji. Hond. W. L. Helm. of Wlckllffe, counselor; L. W. V. T. Handle, Mugglo Handle, H. L. Carter, of Fulton, 2d Eminent Herald; Ambers, C. 0. Smith, Will Hubbard, Will T. Walker, of CHutou, Ky., was U. 1. Ellison, H. J. Gclger and MUs tppolntcd chairman ot tho committee Annie Ellison. "ho mooting next oil credentials, Two Hickman women wero discusseur will bo held at Fulton, In this ing automobiles, and one thought it county. strange that horses should get frightCol. John Whallea and his brotlier ened by thorn. Tho othor said; "what nu 117,000 on lbs Louhtvillo floe- - would you think If you wero to see on awd Ugmhs ot ettwr Democrats a pair of trousers come running down the struct with no man In themt" ,ou frwa 1,000 to fC.000. e, Get a Majestic Souvenir Set Itoy Clark and wife upent a few days this week with J. W. Uojsors of and family. YOU, CALLOWAY I Don't Experiment With A Xmas Gift.... Get something that has an tron-claguaranteee back of it so you will be sure it will give satisfaction. Such a gift Is the d Col, Lemon, of tho Mayfleld Messenger, has a poetical wuy of taking a rap nt Calloway county. Horo It Is; shopping early. Our line never was more than right now, and we insist that you commence with you shopping today. one Cut out the coupon below and vote for the of you choice in complete Tfte Century Fountain Pen It is made of the best materials, fitted with a 16 kt. Gold Pen Iridium pointed, double feed. Graves county raises tobacco, Carlislo county grain; Unllard county tadpoles, And Calloway county caln. I'nducuh has her Parks, Fulton has her Cars, Denton has her Starks And Calloway hor Jars. Wlckllffo has her Iluggs, Marshall her Beans; The Big Doll Contest SO "VOTES run DOLL CONTEST Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) l'nducah has hor Jugs And Mayflold has hor Orccns. Hallard has hor Corbctts, Oraves county her Coulters; Hickman has hor Walkers And Calloway her boltors. O NAYLOR'S BOOK STOKE The Book and Novelty If thcro Is a bluo mark nn i Mr. Stagg, ot tho Standard Oil Co., Courier dont fall to renew this month was here a fow days this week on as all papere aro discontinued t .. business. expiration ot tho lima. J. E. NAYLOR CO. FORMERLY IN BUSINESS HICKMAN. IN We Can Help You Solve the Problem of Holiday Buying..., w ITH gifts that combine both sentiment and usefulness. It's usually v., Robert Maynor, age 45, died at his near Dorcna, Mo., Sunday morning after a lingering Illness of consumption. Ho leaves a wife and five small children. Burial services were conducted by homo Elm Camp Drownsvlllo, No. 3, W. Monday. 0. W., at Maynor conducted a small restauIn Hickman for soma tlmo, but sold out early last summer and moved back to his farm in Mississippi county. Ho carried $1,000 Insurance In tho Woodman lodge. rant business O diffi- v cult to bring about an agreeableness which combines both, yet you will find many things in this store that will do it. Drop In our store during our Ma jestic Demonstration week, Dec. 13th to 18th, and let us show you why the Great and Grand MajesUc Range Is tho best on earth. A Souvenir Set of Ware, worth 18.00, given with each Majestic Range sold. Hickman Hdw. Company. BONDURANT 8ELLS IN8URANCE AGENCY TO KENNEDY. We have made the store a shopping center for presents of this kind and you need not bother yourself thinking out what to give the suggestions are on every side. The sooner you come the better. HANDKERCHIEFS FOR HOLIDAY GIVING Prettier, more varied styles were never shown in Hickman. Numbers of styles arc now ready for you. Hemstitched, embroidered, trimmed with lace, in fact, every kind a person could desire. HANDSOME Chester Bondurant sold his Insur ance agency In this city to Ascher Kennedy last week,reallzlng, we understand, $2,500 for'iL His business Includes both fire and life Insurance. and has been established hero many years. Mr. Kennedy expects to push the business for all Its worth, and will doubtless conUnuo to build It up. Toys Foremost among the Most Prized Gifts are Rugs! Rugs! Rugs! CHRISTMAS GIFT MUFFLERS Make Cold Days Warm Ones Phoenix Mufflers, all colors, for ladies, men and children, at. 50c Silk Mufflers, in colors, 75c to 1.50 SBBIBaSSBBBBBBBISBBBBMIBMMIIBBIBBBaBIBIBBMaiBBIIBBaiaiBMSSaBSBBBBSIBBBBBSBBM at Bercndes. RYAN RECEIVES SEVERE SCALD ING AT BOX FACTORY. 10c, 25c, 35c to KID $1.00 CONSISTENT GLOVE PRESENTS MAKE CHRISTMAS REMEMBRANCES Their permanece of beauty and utility, their value as a part of the home, is without a peer in gift giving. Our usual large assortment has been greatly enlarged by many new pieces bought expressly for the Christmas trade. 9x12 Axminster Brussels and Velvet Rugs, attractive patterns HAND BAGS AND SUIT CASES $11.50 to $25.00 Smaller rugs to match the large ones, attractive designs, $2.25 to $4.00 John Ryan, a well known citizen of this place, slipped and fell into one of tho scalding vats at tho Men-gBox factory, Monday morning, and was severely burned. The right leg was submerged In the boiling water to above tho kneo, causing the skin to slip off, leaving the member a cooked mass. Prompt medical attention was given him, and although he is doing as well as could be expected under tho circumstances, ho will be laid up for some tlmo. el O cMillinery Eductions You aro Invited to Inspect our big lino of Holiday Goods. Berendes. 0 Those who have waited until now to buy their hats can save quit a sum on their purchase. We must clean up our millinery stock by Xmas and we are making big reductions on everything BIMMONr OLOVK. Kid Bp ar TO THE PATRONS OF STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Come at Once 1.50 1.75 and you will find just what you want in this line. Gloves in black and colors, a Nothing will please better or prove more useful for the whole family than a nice bag or suit case. Bags in black and tan leathers, all sizes, 3.50 to 12.50 Suit Cases, silk or leather lined, all leather, from The agency at this place has been changed, and hereafter the business will bo looked after by Mr. Sam Wilson and myself. I wish to solicit a continuance of your valued patronage) and assure you that at all times your wants shall have prompt attention. When In need of Coal Oil, Gasoline, Turpentine, Etc., call Cumberland No. 91 or No. 200. RespL, MARIE BREVARD. Moving pictures every night at the LYRIC. INSURANCE A 1.00 and 1.25 A warranted will A black kid glove, one' that 12.50 large line of trunks 2.00 to 15.00 to 5.00 wear, at Silk lined Mocha gloves BAGS AND POCKET BOOKS Make Useful Xmas Presents A large line of inexpensive bags, black and colors 75c to 1.50 Beautiful bags in black, grain and alligator, fitted with purse, etc, from Ladies' and Chitdrens' Coats and Suits Reduced... Owing to the unseasonableweather goods is our stock of ready-to-wemuch heavier than usual at this time of the year, and we must reduce it greatly by the first of January. You all know the variety and extent of our stock, it is too large to specify, so we offer the entire stock of HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS FOR LADIES h Ladies black silk, fancy gold and silver handles with pearl post, at 26-inc- COMPANIE8 MAKE SETTLEMENT. 1.00 to 2.50 Ladies' pure silk taffeta with pear post, mounted with gold, or the plain mission effect handles, a large number of designs, from 3.50 to 6.00 3.50 to, 12.00 CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES IN PINS, COMBS AND NECK- LACES. Beautiful Lavalicres 75c to 1.50 Jet and Gold and Silver combinations m belt pins 50c to Combs in shell, amber and jet, from ART LINENS, SCARFS, SQUARES, TABLE COVERS DOYLIES, ETC. line, bought especially for the Christmas trade. The desings are very attractive and you'll find all grades to choose from. ScarfsL A large Representatives of several insurance companies, which carried insurance on the Richmond & Bond Co. oil mills, and which were destroyed by fire here two weeks ago, were hero Tuesday and made settlements with Mr. Bond. Tho face value of all policies was paid, amounting to $64,000, except on tho engine boilers. As the boilers were not a total loss, the adjusters paid the estimated damage on them. It Is a rare thing, according to tho lnsuranco people, that a set of books Is kept in as good ordor as they found Mr. Bond's, and on this account, they were only about three hours In getting at the loss and paying it . 1.50 en- 0 Ward, tho expert furniture upholsterer, is hero for a short time. Phone 94. Chas. SPECIAL NOTICE. Members of tho Christian church, and especially tho Board of Deacons, aro requested to attend a special meeting In the church building on Sunday evening, Dec. 12th, at 7:30. This means YOU. M. L. BLANEY, Pastor JNO. A. McCLURE, Pres. Board of Deacons. 10c to 50c Back Cloaks, Suits, and Children s Qoaks AT SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS graved, carved Combs, the newest designs, and mounted in stones Sqares. Table Covers.. Doylies 1.00 h to 3.00 TOWELS 50c to 50c to 75c to 35c to 2.50 3.50 3.50 1.50 TABLE LINENS AND of d esigns, h , fine satin damask, a number at . to 1.50 satin damask, pretty designs, ..1.50 Napkins to Towels are always able gifts, we have scription, 1.00 to 1.25 match 75c to 1.00 useful and acceptthem in every de- Furs For Xmas An always acceptable gift. We have a good line of Scarfs, etc., at unusually low prices. XMAS SLIPPERS FOR MEN AND LADIES. Men's Slippers in felt and leather, several styles, from 1.25 to 2.00 Ladies' Comfy Slippers, all colors, new styles, bordered with ribbon, per pair, $1.75 Ladies' felt slippers, a range of colors, It will more than pay you to read our largo advertisement In this paper. Hickman Hardware Co. Tho Courier has been covered up in advertising this week. Fortunately, the space is not badly needed, as things aro comparately quiet. O a 10c to 75c $1.25 to $1.50 SMITH & AMBERC Its worth $8.00 to read our advertisement In this paper, so don't overlook it. Hickman Hdw. Co. Christmas Glfta at Berendes, I a. N architectural anomaly, a beautiful HM ..... duct of tlio gvnluj. energy nnd Inspiration completed I of an Omaha clergyman. When church Will lrnthtirlan present nn cdWco of stablo and dlgnlfled beauty, yet all tho matorlal that goo Into A Its construction Is discarded Junk gathered from every nvallnblo source It represents t, what can bo accomplished by a fow hard working men under the leadership of n preacher full of enthusiasm and Inspiring optimism. When bo first went to Omaha, years ago, Her. Julius F. Schwarx determined that his congregation should have a new church. Tho fact mat tno members numbered only 60 and tho whole property of tho corporation was about $5,000 troubled him not at all, and he began to build with as much faith as it ho bad tho riches of Solomon. Ills plan was to gather everywhere, whenever ho could, all tho old but strong timbers, all the Iron Junk available for structural uso, all the looso and Irregular stone and all tho generally discarded building materials I fmttt aprn i mntnr.nl. build- In tho llTO I enr-nes- BREAKS COLD IN A DAY. basement, ami afteV that the Mo7 Thk prescript ten t owe of the yery will come In faster In the tho minister Is watching everywhere beet kttewH to sekmeer The Ingrefor nnythlng that will make hie dients en he gotten from any good church more commodious or his home druggist, or he will then from his wholesale house. more nllracllvrt. Mix halt pint of gced whiskey with Tho icason for my doing all this," said Her Mr Schwarx, ns ho laid two ounces ef glycerine and mid one-haounce Concentrated pine comaside the tools with which hn .was helping tho workmen, "Is that I be- pound. The bottlo Is to be shaken lieve that right hero Is the best Held each time and used In doses of n tea. for work nmong tho Oormansi that spoonful to a table peenful every four I hero Is In all the northwest. My hours, The Concentrated pine Is a life occupation Is missionary work special pine product and ccmcs only among my (lerman peoplo and tho In half ounce bottles, each enclosed only reason why I want to stay hero In an airtight case, but be sure It Is and put up this big church for my labeled "Concentrated." small congregation Is bec.iuso from The Cest ef Politics. hero I ran reach so many Oerrsans, t In his reminiscences of Graver was horn an American, but camo from (lerman parents and nm thor- Cleveland, Oeorgo P. Parker tells n oughly Herman In thought nnd feel- story concerning prodigal expndl-lureIn politics. A rich man who When I decided to becomo n ing minister I aaw that tho greatest need had been nibbling at tho Democratic was nniong my own people, so I nomination for governor of Now York studied at a German seminary. My asked William O. Whitney's advlco. This Is tho advice: "Of course, you ought to run I Mako your preliminary canvass, and when you have put In $200,000 you will haro becomo so much Interested In It that you will feot like going ahead and spending ioibo money." mtl9 wonK Coupl.t of"a1S?S That Uev? . I gl lt "Krest pure , pnro momenti r a, Poetry about u. , t Ject, according to ,3 Wasp. ilccrn( first church wcj j rs inspiration Jlatoly began u , i,.."'!,!, rj't ? '" Poem U)tltl k ard, when hrr r, .. lag Mends, 'i iher Perml. ,0 a, l'f .,. it.,. tle of (ho , f!ocrl """ f"! M' I s l.l where maids wss ,0t f,lt,h her couplets read thu, Boma ttail pug r M ' Iteman. And rash ,nra b, rWoiiwi. Ih.U..fjpi , 1 co, Ul 'lt CHEAP COALS. them to, buijd a .church. It.was nob to bq a mean "and ug!y hobse o'f worship, u't .well arranged; amploNncctlnB place 'for his people.1 He has now exjended It to Include housed for hjsvown family an and the wholo propertyTwould Have cost 130,000 If It had been built by contract. As built by Iter. Mr. Schwarx and his .fellow laborers 11, will cost less than'25,0(XJ. 'The'other $15,000 has been saved to his peoplo by the perseverance, energy and Ingenuity of the pastor. f The first charge that Mr. Schwarx theological look when he seminary was at' ConnersVlllo. Ind. For six years he remained thero and .was called to Omaha three years ago on: a recommendation from, one of his Instructbrs In' the theological school '(At that time the First German Presbyterian was a small frame church. As soon as the new pastor camo ho announced that the church was too small. To build a church with a membership,. of CO seemed out of .the question, to all but thq pastor., He thought be knew a way and he set about If with almost no support, at first, from the others. For a'yehr he sought location and Anally purchased the lot the new church U on for $1,800. When be bought this tract the fund wbJch he drew from amounted to $57. Ilia first more wa- - to sell the bid church for $1,S50. As soon as 'the lot was paid for be shouldered a spade, and replacing his ministerial dignity with a grim and effective energy he began to dig. The first thing that a ' -- could be found In Omaha and from Turkish city and village are Ittllo shops whero tho fet can be pressed and Ironed for a few cents. At his prayers a Mosloin could not use a hat with n brim, as his head must press the prayer rug a certain numbor of limes during each prayer. As the head must tie covered at nil times, a fex or somo other brlmless covering must bo used, All through tho markets of every The Fes a Ntetstlty. ' 1 jlV Beautiful Edifice deina frectec dimensions and has fine rooms. On the front of the church will bo a tower which will be Just as high and' as It substantial can be made from 11 na ijoc.m. arrucUTioKA, m mm twt U Ml 14 lU dUim. OiUnk M httMKj w nMt krtMul dMa ud In r la rwv n Mart UU ilrfMl frowtflr. luri Hum V M Uln 1 trvt t tlx bUl kiUr Cttn M Mot US Mama MU nunt niMh tlM. II wm fnmrni kr U rnau Sku ntaur tw iM to ft rxuUr mnpiM. II to Mutuant at u LwW Iimi. matoaj na Ifca Minam. aft Uwlli oa iu nTOM Mi'tuea. "Ila faanalulVia at la Ira IVMMU H aktl tnlanw nrt aaa4m ra la cwim mink. tor mtiamuia. im, ciiKMr.r ixj. tkwtit pnra tla. roMUpatlaa. 1 uaiiy Ka M Ttla Uia 1 Catarrh Cannot Do Cured ut (. pn M tt iwl M rrl.a.ce. at tbo cc.CN;, ii.im a lurj .1C3 "Pa, what raiiw.;,,.:,; Jjl a JfinKaVnl 0l .... ri h4 r"1 "Tho arobulan r U a f x".a.l fsacb Cd Cum. t tti." rnT.iu Refrigerated Staterooms. Hcfrlgeralcd statnroms nru' found mi tbrcd now ships tngnged la the fruit icnico between New Orleans and Colon. Ilach room Is fitted with n cooling "radiator" operated In connection with tho refrigerating system that has Icon Installed tor preserving fruit In transit Dr. S. V. Bpohn, President of tho Spohn Medical Co., proprietors of apohn's Distemper Cure, was recently elected mayor of Goshen, Ind., by a good majority. Mr. Hpoha was for & number of years County Supt. of Schools, making such a record that his neighbours and friends, regardless of political lines, Insisted on bis accepting Growing dren need just the things arc in that Quaker Scotch Oats. it and easily. InaUAdf T . is a great builder strength is digested X I'oXgzZ SSSSi hv chufy had 'no 'pastor-builder- he saw that tin repairing" the street the old curbs were being taken up. "These are' 'good block's." said" the and he bargained with the contractor to take them oft his bands. That stono went Into tho foundation. His next lot of material came when tho wall that supported the yard of the old Itosewater residence was to be torn down. Men hired by Rev, Mr. Schwarx did the work and the lines ana stone wan taken out and put into the iwall. that were gradually rising on tho church site. BoiBBhPf. ,,hU .copxregatlon began to contribute two or three days' work with teams In gathering material, JJf0 ?U?S sH,t" rora-- the ' Msn school building followed nnd these made the "water-table- " on both sides of tho church part of tho building. Tho parsonago end was bolng added, to from the stone that could be picked up oround atone yards for small oxpenso and converted .' eetjed was .foundation. He money, could make the foundation himself, and that would be one step toward It. He asked for contributions from friends pufslde and waited for his own, people to contribute The UbJfarV came slowly, but' they came wlltt sufficient "steadiness to assure blm that be could makd' a few purchases for a start While; walking on: the streettone day ute what Is teft of tho stono after the rest of tho structuro U finished. Tbo plans for all of It wero sketched by tho Iter. Mr. Schwarx and made exact by an architect. There are no Into suitable, blocks. An opportunity came to tho builders when the driveway was constructctd leading down to tho Unlpn station on the north side. Hero was bought 15,000 feet of lumber that bad been used In scaffolding and a carload of fine red sandstono was purchased for $20. When, a fow wocVs later, a contractor offered Mr, Schwarx $70 for that same carload of red atone becauso ho needed It to fill a contract In n hurry, tho minister gave up bis material and lidded $50 clear to the fund. This, was tho only enterprise for profit that was entered Into for thu benefit of tho cause, oxcept a little dpal In, lend plpu which tho minister had With n prominent, fraternal ordpr. He bought so tno old lead from tbo lodgo for $1.50 and sold It for $15 to a Junk dealer. All winter long he has been haunting the repair gangs uliout tho streets, vlaltlng-- stone yard a nnd add adding to tho pile of materials that Js, being .made Into a building by his men. 'One of bis biggest and most profitable finds was a pair of Iron pillars In excellent condition which' he bought from the street railway company for their prlco as old Iron. Tbo street railway company klso furnished blm with tho most novel use 'of old material In tho whole building, which Is tlW' jttaklng.iif rafters put of old, t,el rolls. The k&n otrong enough and were mUai WH. 'or Junk-beape specifications In use. The plans are followed not by getting material to tit tbem, but by conforming them es nearly as possible to material that can be cheaply bought. Julius F. Schwarx. The work went slowly, becauso Mr. Schwarx could not afford to put on a large force of men. Ills foreman. Fred Slather. Is a German stone mason. The wages of. the men are. the one debt which Mr. Schwarx cIqcs, not intend tpnj.;-lec- t and his men ore paid every Saturday as If tboy were working for a wealthy contractor who had thousands to back his operations, To do this the builder has had to rely upon the kindness of his, other creditors, who have helped tbo cause by not pressing their claims. , That $G,000 that has already been put Into the work waff gathered mostly from the contributions of friends all over tho country. Other pastors have taken up benefit collections, a friend In Indiana sent $200, nnd tho congregation has contributed far beyond what might bo expected from their means. Mr. Schwarx made. n. campaign of four days down In Itlley, Kan., and raised $200 In that way. One of tbo church trustees, who declared when tho project was begun that 'he would not do anything to aid It, has already given $100, and others have given $100 and $200 contributions. havo, promised', Churchea contributions that will probably average $25 each and several hundred dolltrs mora Is expected , from' that source. "If I Just had $6,000 more I could finish It' says tho minister, and ho seems not to lack faith that the $0,000 will come as It Is needed. Mr. Schwarz'8 unique undertaking has attracted considerable attention and promises of financial' assistance havo como In from various parts of the country. These donations to a most worthy causo aro for tho most part In small amounts, but are none tho less appreciated by the energetic pastor and the, encouragement thus received has tyail ho Utile part In helping along the good work, Itev. Schwarx has announced that all outside contributions will be gratefully received house-to-bouso position makes It possible for me to reach many who are la need of help and many who are stran gers and I want to stay hero and make my work-- l effective In helping the German citizens In this country" It Is becauso of this sincere destro to be of help to bis church tbal Mr. Schwarx hss Isborcd with his bands and brain to build (be new church. It has arisen out of what seemed to be Insurmountable difficulties. Not only tbo cornerstone, but every stone In It was once refused by tho builders, but when It Is finished there will bo no fault found with Its smooth, gray walls, Its modern equipment and Its generous dimensions. In connection with bis pastoral and building work Iter. Mr. Schwarx devotes nlno hours a week to teaching In the University of Omaha, where bo has charge of (he German classes. He Is also stated clerk of the presbytery of Omnha. and tho compensation received from this additional work be considers providential In that It helps to secure him sufficient salary to bring his work to a basis. Ilov Schwarx' father was a practicing physician county, Mo. He hailed from Heidelberg, Itadcn, Germany. Itev Schwarx was loft an orphan at the age of It months. He was taken Into the home of a couple who had already raised eight children of their own. As n tributo to the memory of his foster parents and as a token of appreciation of tbo kindness received at their hands, tbo church parsonago hits Into n sort of a homo for tbo friendless and a refuge for tho destitute. Many have partaken of tho parson's hospitality until work or other assistance had been offered. Should thla sort (Of hospltullty require more space, It Is possible that an old people's homo may bo established after tho financial obligations of tho new church edifice havo been met. In Kronklln kind-hearteboen-Aurne- the nomination for mayor. A man may boas brilliant. as clever, as strong and as broad as you please, but. with all this. It lie Is not good he may be a paltry fellow. J. 8. Iltackle. Tor Headache Try Whether from CoUl. NVrroua troutWa. ih rrtlcml by Canudlna. to too Hicks' Capudlne. IjtJir l Itrat. Htomtcti or schra r apmllly It's Uquld-pt-s- nt Bronchial Trochi Him JoM TUxt. IUn BROWN'S UkrKfTwU lmmlltlr. U, S ana at Dtvt Btoras. In tho opinion of the beauty doctor many a homely woman has a fine fsce for business. Iraa Ti'" " ,Tt -- 1" aMfia aral aa raauf n. JOHN t. CKOTH & SOU, I DIVdTrKIl ! iI DROPSY ?T7f i rk UU.U. l iNUa-a'i'uL UkUUI ari til UHlartHfl KiU uJ a.aiuH. Oil Heat Without Smoke No maitcr how sensitive yocr olfactory nerves may be, or ucdcf what workln." conditions you the JtialtsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT' PERFECTION Oil Heater Equipped with Smokeleii Devlcil you'll not detect the of smoke. The new slichtest odor Automatic Smokeless nosltlvelv prevents hnih. Device for dcanlcl-1 Rpmoved In nn Instant SCIENCE AND FAITH Is It ruo that tho greater the knowledge the less tbo religious Interest? Aro these two persons, the man whoso xcal for religion Is equaled by his bigotry nnd Ignorance and the other In whnra scientific study has dwarfed spiritual sensibility, fair typos by, which to Judge tho relations of religion and knowledge? Is Intelligence Incompatible with real piety? Will tho growth of knowledgo bring about tho disreligion? Is tho life, of religious aspisolution rations and feelings out of dato In a scientific age such ns'we aro constantly reminded this one Is Science has overcomo superstition; Is faith so bound up with superstition that It, too, must go? Wo can be sure of one thing, at loust; that, no matter what our feelings, theories or Ideals may be, wo cannot turn our backs on thu great world of fact as It Is laid before us. Tbo faith that fights facta Is committing suicide, Appeal to our fenra mako tho facts less leal to us and cannot wo know that by them wo will havo to stand or ? " lor hours solid bran wick carriers Jamjar top JItatcr beautifully finished In nickel or Japan in a tatietr cl T; w I'" Dtlr ErerywUtf t. to tbt Ncticit If Jfo At Yovtt, Wilt, for Attncjr t I " .: STANDARD OIL COMPANY (lororvorulesl) .i 9 m iii j lj ii liii hi.i iTilT.TrvillfyTlyFBSiJ TAKE A DOSE OF SI CURE ralirra kW lacsisgceiaih. Taken pioiaptljr il will ohca pnieBt Uionthiii sad aeriout tbieal sad Artkm. luaS trouUaa. CualaOaatd mI SB1 TCfy wiH SaitaBl palaUUaV, AH DruaaUu. AliUt &W-yfeS- lOU, oiiu?wisn A 5 ' The church, wWwlll seat rmfit tl. feet. The waking It en ilii, YT Wgh. with one room In the lhre-a4rtThe bouee part la 54x50 fee4 lu ground 3W.-- which consists of a basonient 1 beautiful flreplaco and an 'auditorium inesstirea 44x73 nod promptly' acknowledged. The biggest uddttlon to the fund that has come so far was tho $7,500 got from BUlBg the old parsonago, which tho pastor advised as soon, as ho saw the possibility of making a home for himself as a part of the sew building. It is believed that enough store can easily be raised to put on a root to that services can bo held In the fall. If you. stop tq think about It. theio. is a striking significance Mu tbo fact that this question ban arisen. Is there, a religion for the Intelligent, educated, scientific mind? It suggests another questions Can any other intnd fully, comprehend tin riches and meaning of religion? The unthinking cling traditions und forms that are tin vestiges ef truth. Tho trained mind dlstlogulhit n.llirn n.-- -. h 1.000.00002? " ZJ . t9ei4),- . - J . aW.il 1,inlir.f atlK'V" between the garments of luth aul truth Ituir. M caaia. TclHCINNATh O. t FREED AT LAST 1ENEFIT OF HOME TRAINING from the Awful Tortures of Kldnty Dlsesse. Mrs. nachel Ivle. Henrietta. Texas, lays: "I would bo ungrateful It I did not tell what Doan's Kidney rills have done tor me. Fifteen rrobabillty That Father "Improved" on Anything Willie Had Heard on the Street. What Aits You? Do you feel weak, tired, titipondeaf, have freqeent r,f-eehe- i, coated tongue, bitter or bad taate in morning, "heart-bum,- " belching1 o( fas, acid rfilnf. in throat after eating', stomaeh tfnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy ipella.. poor or variable appetite, causes at timet and k lad red symptoms P II you bare smy coB.Id.raMe number of (tie above syntptoras you are aurtcring from bHiooi-n- t, torpid liver vrlth Ifldifeation, or djapepahu Dr. rierce'a Golden Medical Diacovery la made op of the moat valuable medicinal principles knows to medical eclence for tbo permanent care of such abnormal condition. It Is a raott efficient liver Inylgorator, atomecfa toaIo( bowel bottle-wrapp- sapper thcro was table When Wllllo's father came homo to i vacant chair at the Doesn't Like to Be Written Up I II II i f. . fa IE . J f' .ra (iro, when Senator-- o Conncll Hradloy of Rovernor nf thnt iitnle, it It was rnrryltiR ttio . n of n wet'kly newspa- t ry town In Illinois on n bicycle trip, i much (o boo In Frank-th- i state cnpllol, so ho drift-UYr- It ... rounR editor's first In-state rapllol. and his opn ror flTryiqinK. a oirn, anu, no quicKiy ture bearing the r.overaors auto0' tall on the covfrnor. mo graph, the - hi. i in! and nrcacntlr When Oor. Tlrndley won his success.. tri rnwi nmi sami - in ful fight before the Kentucky legislature a few weeks ago tho editor, who II "0 J011' r visitor really wish had been reduced by lapse of tlmo to Thra did th Just plain reporter, remembered theso t h i t .:VT about me rovornor (Ti ' the better oi mm. it stories of tho early days, and wroto cr.a-- n asking the privilege .j 13 t -- tlfcstiy improper to in- - tho senator-elec- t i. .i ii'i rnvirnnra limn Willi- - of telling them to the wbolo country. (Jor. llradloy's reply stamps blra ns a t tr.af r ctlve anil still tne young .t think of nny motive. man who Is going to make himself et c. .v . u .in th fnnAr dm hn nn. disliked In Washington If ho doesn't , ' V: the rorernor Into his change bis mind: T4 "There Is nothing that Is more dismi tar tajse for tbo visit, escept tasteful to tne than iff talk about mya' r vl VU1IUI1UI lUUIIVS. self, and you must excuse me from enFas.' J n i doubt, uy mat spirit tering Into an account of my past exi havo never it hai i a' him tho head of his perience as a politician, it in il state nnd that enabled written It up, and never o.pcct to." 1 .ctI was ono of misery and for two Mm lo win his flsht for tho sonnto whole years I was BRnlnst apparently overwhelming odds, to go out ot the uov. iiraniey talked to the boy Jourhouse My back ached all tho tlmo and nalist for an hour, upcaklnn most on subjects that could not I was utterly weak, unablo at times to fall to Interest oven n youth that didn't walk without assistance. Tho kidney secretions wero very Irregular. Donn's havo n news Instinct, Kidney Pills restored mo to good Tho gorcrnor described his early na a Republican In n Demo- health, nnd I am nblo to do as much cratic hotbed, when to ro to tho polls work as tho avcrago woman, though and roto tho Itepubllcan ticket was nearly eighty years old." Itemcmbcr the namo Doan s. Sold only ono form of committing sulcldo. Ho told how at ono period of his po- by nil dealers, to cents a box. FosterMllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y. litical nctlrlty It beenrao necessary for all tho Itepubllcan of tho town In THE BOY AND HIS AUNT. which ho lived to fortify themselves In n houao and defend tbomiolvcs agnlnst Democratic raiders who were thirsting for blood. Thcro wero so many of theso stories that tho hour had passed before cither tho governor or his visitor know It, and when tho boy editor flnally himself bo carried away a pico years kidney trouble "William Is upetlrs In bed." Tho answer camo with painful precision clung to mo, my from tho mother. "Why, up? Not sick. Is he?" (An anxious pause.) 'It Brieves mo. to say, Robert, that our son your son lias beon heard swearing on tho atreott I heard him." 'Swearing? Scottl I'll teach him 10' swear " And ho started upstairs In tho dark. Half-waun he stumbled and ramo down with his1 chin on tho top step. When the atmosphere cleared a llt tlo Wllllo's mother was saying sweet ly from tbo hallway: "That will do, dear. You havo Given him enough tor one lesson." Judge. y "Well, whero's the boy?" regulator and nerve strengthener. The "Golden Medical DUcovery" Is not patent medicine or secret noilmen. and atteifed i full lilt of its Ingredients being1 printed on its tinder oath. A glancs at llieae will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmd ful drug. It is a fluid extract made with pure, glycerine, of proper itren(th, from the roots of native American medical, foreit plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, fropa., Iluffilo, N.Y. -habit-formin- g trlple-refae- TORE III HIS SKIN OFF Failed In Health "My mollicr died six years ago, writes Miss Rum Ward, of Jcrseyville, III., "and left me (o care for six children. I had never been strong; and this, with the sheek-- of her death, was too much for me. "I failed in healtiu I was tired all the time and did not want lo go anywhere, nor care for company. I had pains. the headache all the time and such bearing-dow- n "A very dear friend advised me to take Carduf, as it had done her so much good, so I commenced to use H and now I am in good health." Shreds Itching Was Intens- eSleep Was Often Impossible. 'Cured by Cutlcura In Three Weeks, .i--- . ,n -- ly cLKCd i ded to Mr. Spooncr. Tho ease and polso of the youngster startled Senator Spooner, and It was iS '3 :'?:a for the senate pages nearly a minute before bo could con to b J or three mock senate trol bis twinkling eyes i i. "Is It not out of order," ho asked. . IUVUIIJI " .11,1 uiu n.il- - "to permit so many senators to ad' f lie J k dress the chair at the samo tlmo?" "It la decidedly out of order." said rrzJsr ufctlng the piping volco In tbo we dir ne vounciters were ran- - chair, l rn " ir oi rn i in "The point made by tho senator from Wisconsin is well taken. Tho senate will come to order." In the house of representatives thero arc S3 pages, and In the aenato 16 iltscjs. senator Spooutr of VIs- According to tho regulations, no page can bo under 12 years or over 1G years of nge, Tho position of aenato pa go pays u ticakrecra , a salary of $75 a month when con mn"! nn inuicato parliamentary gress Is In session, nnd, tlko all other employes of congrrsv theso young sters receive an extra month's salary ( IMS ftt.. I. 1 I .:l m . . iTiiiiui in uic uctiaie able to be clarify i i j 1 MJlid 1VJ.CI1 the question. Accordingly ho approached his scat and called ont: "Mr. President!" Tho Irrepressible "Hilly" was not taken back. "Tho chair will recognize tho senator from Wisconsin," he said, as no brought down the gavel nnd nod tit every year. Sou were so crowded tftat ih mniiin' havo looked healthy to tho most op- umisuc oi iramp. nut tlicro wns a I'ullman, and It looked nice and dark, and so tho wanderer strolled In and Til AMP gH Into Tirlr , .. President Tafl's . i t . irliej tracp -- npoa by two of uiiuiau iiuiicm iio ' vtr c m nnd then nrrcstcd by m Scrvlro Offlcer Sloan. It Til rn Ikn I i.ih lo itubumEion, on "i . j u wnicn llio tiro dflnt'it ' f:r Mayflower was coupled at Ike ( hu itcunceu must havo been. trir. p git on somowbero along UB . Tl, .o vru iwo uay coacnoe cf tk- - rresldentlal anU car, they bid blmseir. It was Letcher, ono, til the nnrtora who found the visitor crouched In a uur corner oc uie tiny utencn. Ho maao a Ulro for the man nnd cot him In a clinch. Then ho called his fel low porter. Anderson. Tbo two of them bad the traran so scared thnt hn could hardly1 see by tbu tlmo the secret service men coino In and put him under arrest At Bridgeport tho tramp wan turned He Knew the Reason. over to tho pollco. Ho tried to say "I can say ono thing In favor ot Mr that ho was a brakeman on tho Xew iork, Now Haven & Hartford road Featherly," remarked Mrs. Hendricks, but tho trainmen knqw better. Mr. the landlady; "ho never takes the last Taft slept right thtough It. and ncvor plcco ot bread on tho plate." "No, Inknew a thing about It until the next deed, Mrs. Hendricks," assented Dum-lecordially, "Featherly ain't quick morning. enough." Uazar. At first an eruption ot small pus tules commenced on my hands. These spread later to other parts of my body, and tho lchlng nt times was intense, so much so that I literally tore tbo skin off in shreds In seeking relief. Little Nephew Auntie, did you The awful Itching Interfered with my work considerably, and also kept mo marry an Indian? Aunt Why do you ask such a silly awake nights. I tried several doc tors and used a number of different question, Freddy? Little Nephew Well, I saw somo ointments and lotions but received practically no benefit. Finally I set scalps on your dressing table. tied down to the uso of Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura Ointment and Cutlcura Pills, Special Note from Atchison. The engagement ot Mr. Hiram liar with tho result that In a few days all desty nnd Miss Suictto Snarlcy Is an itching had ceased and in about threo nounrcd. It occurred the other even weeks' tlmo nil traces of my eruption I havo bad no troui ing at 9MI on tbo red sofa in Miss had disappeared. Snnrley's parlor. The young lady was ble ot this kind since. II. A. Kruts- dressed In black, and wore no orna koff, 6714 Wabash Ave., Chicago, lib. November 18 and 28, 1907. ments. She did not look unusuatl pretty, and what caused tbo young fvUtt tnt Chea. Corp., Bol Fro. BoHosu man's mental aberration Is not known. Boy's Essay on Clothing. Neither one could remember, exactly what was said, and both admitted It , Here is an extract from an essay, was not tho first time he kissed her. written by a boy in a London school: We print the details for the romantic "Clothing Is an article which every young things who are always curious body should wear. The least of this to know how an engagement la brought artlclo is worn by savnges or natives, which Is a piece ot cloth or a few aboutv Atchison Globe. leaves or feathers round the waist in cold countries, same as Eskimos, the Pathetic Pride. Willie had had a tumblo when ho people wear moro clothes than wo do, was a baby and bis hip was so hurt count of tko Icy cold out thero. They that ever afterward ho .was obliged to can skalo all tho year round, except use a crutch. On one occasion, when about ono thaw there Is in summer, his mother had bought him a new ilf they walked about like natives they crutch of tho latest and most ap would catch cold directly and die of proved stylo, WIIUo expressed his em bronkltls. We put clothes on which ihuslastu and delight In tho roundest are nearly like our bodies, Eomo have terms. "And oh, mother!" ho cx caps, coats and trousers, but women claimed. In conclusion, referring to a and girls wear bats and frocks to tell llttlo friend of bis who having the who they are." uso of both legs hnd no need ot Hypnotism Long Recognized. crutches, "won't Johnny Knowlcs bo Hypnotism has been recognized by Jealous I" tbo medical profession since the nf That 8lngle Thought. teenth century and in the last 100 You're heard tbo old story ot sweet years has been experimented and test wedded bliss, ot the two hearts that ed out In thousands ot cases by such flutter ns ono, and the two souls sin savants as Charcot In Paris and Bern scaled with n kiss, and helm in Nancy, yet with all these havo wondered, no doubt, bow 'twas years ot trial Its results have not Jusdone. As a wise ono who was by cx tified Its practical and general use In pcilenco taught, this effect we will sickness. New York Press. briefly explain; In most ot the cases Never. that "ono single thought" Is: "I wish Mrs. Denham You still Insist that was single again 1" woman has moro curiosity than man? 'Avoiding Popularity. Ilenbam Sure; did you ever know a "How shall wo avoid popularity?" man to want to find out If he could John Wesley dnco asked his preach- get off a street car backwards withers, and straightway gavo them the out committing suicide? answer In a set of rules. Hero Is rule The next time vou have a cold on the 4: "'arn tho pcoplo among whom you Wizard Oil on your try are most of esteeming or loving you langa and rubbingquickly cheat see bow it will draw out too much." And here Is rule G: "Con-vtrs- las inuammauon ana iireaic up ine com. who aro sparingly with those particularly fond of you." The less a man knows about wom en tho moro he thinks he knows. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle ot WHEN TOCRK AS HOARSE aa a trow. When oonahlnf and Katplnf. Wbea you've aa Hal- CASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy tor Alln'i Lung 1. com oj ail arscgiau.Eto ouo ina ium iwiuva. Infants and children, and see tbat It Scars tho A wise man suppresses fully two-Signature thirds ot his opinions. In Use For Over JW Years. The Kind You Havo Always Bought o C&RDUI CO 44 The Woman's Tonic Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic. You yourself know best if you need It, or not If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use It at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further, down the hilL Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for Its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Deri. Caittaaooca MtdicJae Co., Chittinooea, Tessu book. "Horns Treatment lor Women," sent tree. tor Special Iiutmtttent. ssd Thc Largest manufacturer or MtN8 FIWC SHOCB IN THC WORLD WearW. L. Douglas comfortable, They are mado upon honor, of the best leather, by the moatakltled workmen, In all the latest faahlona. Shoaaln vary stlo and ehape to suit men In all walks or life. ir I coutd take you Into my larga factories at Brockton, Maae and how you how carefully W.U Douglas shoe are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer and are of g re arte'' value than any other make, CAtrriOXr-S- ee that W. L. Donglaa name and the retail price, la a amped on bottom. Take No Subetltuto. the aal L.l.lliLaV.Lll.L. I.I saLst m Wm Buy mm FURS Hldas WrttdAtO.K-AM- .n TO MsJtt 1 tt& las kow mriNa sia koxrr p. PJPLrl Mr n4llnM, utrftru. ToUt Iwllri taruM, Uk W IrtklM.mlvkIk. Urf ttt l"rirtloft, rvUk- -. .r. of ri.l.t U Hiilukmi la U.. V K. Ojr upiul Mprl.cU, allrw o.. MlUi. rx4Uri. VtwUmiam. ex lw irw S .Im4. Our MkriM w.. I. Mca atAial lataaiT ItUff flRfll kniii, taut. I.H (kui. .1 rm iLatlUr .11 adlmUi to lrmrf .4 otk.r. (rvm a lull cau,. ( t tkoct, a Ma U u afc.ni al.trlca. nrrUiUcrrUlBlc baaar lHMiaM4la ait t9w4 o Vol ioiLUm. Bor taa mn with caa fill tl.lt to .ilt.rar'.t w fc H r aoa ai.a ao I. $1M Psr Meath Mtva Expanses Feathara. Tallow. BaeawaJC. Olnaans, Golden Seal. (Yallaw Root), May Apple. Wild Ginger, tc. We are dealer! ettablUl. W1S3Q utawBaitataaarjiakaajannaJ loa caa aeoetier loryoa maa agaaai sr commluloa marchuti. Rafiranee, My lilt and Buk In nni IAAJ SICK HEADACHE CARTERS fit ll lfwi ul ric Loulnllla, Write tor vaakl Mp ping Ugi. 4V Ma LOUISVILLE, KT. 229 E. Harttt H, Sbl SMS, Positively cured by these Little Pills. Eating-- . a. U. SlTTlE .w 4W MWTMsa . ZSctZL- -f iiousokeepcra are to think thatT.n. Wlthnil . i.r s j . e 10 a Of a iiitpo rv. ......... ".v uai li.),.n In 1.1. n. H apneara that thn nrrrn ,uyi ,eav nnJ money for a trln down in r , , III run .."' iu-- ,!nv. Il.rr.n.1 - m in inu WftV Mr Wllhnr. ne negro's return. " m. crvnnt ,Bl vl K 1 I " !dt?twtBon.,.bu8,uc" I. n.10?'". W,,bU- KT OM 1, i - I knows Ait ti. if..-io Imperfect. uii 14, A A LllllUllg Tommy Tho doctors brought tho 'There Is a sDcctmcn act of an old baby. time, utirky, whoso first Freddy It looks Just like ma had tnougni is or tbo comfort of bis cm been shopping by telephone ngala. ploycr." If Wlthorsiwon could find Harper's Dazar. Genuine Must Bear nbout a thousand llku that servant, Signature tbo St. Louis man could, make a good For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. WW? The bttt remedy for drlpp and Colds ! commission by shipping them to Wash' the Hicks' Capudlne.. Hsllevea cold achlnc and Ington. Headaches fevrlihners. Cures the Immediately 10, cts also. It'a REFUSE SUISTITUTES. It ana Wo at Drug- Stores. The Barriers Down. Should Fall. Lest One John Ford, who, an (ho Kngllsh husIt is welt to moor your bark with band of Silas Cavendlsh-Uentlnck- , is two anchors. Publlus Syrus. rclfttcd to tho Ogdcn Allllses, tbo Ma Cater aujee aooai arlahtar sad fa.Ur eolora thaa am aiwuttaHaitMuttlwUisaart. WnUtorbsssaM turln Llvlngstoni and many other "hot WrilKNTOltll JOINTS AKKSTirP , ed New York families, talked, at a utfti wtin you illii. fttntln or brutM your!! uu Kvcry man has his gilt, and the quiet dinner at Tho Plaza, nbout Eng pur? IMilt' 1'dnUIUr. Tlut bunt rcuiMl n lish society. woman acquires tools go to Mm that can use them. Occasionally a thin C. Klugsley. "New York society," said Mr. Ford, the art of not snowing it "is really more exclusive now han Mra. Vflnalow'e Kootlilotr Hjron. I)r,rir'irtauiitlenrU Srtt towb, Uvtt reduce! that ot London. In London last sea- axo. Tbf mulilt an4 InvlgoraU patpM;an forchlUrra tttiln, aulteu Iba turat, KcabotUa. Ubj stpult. i&i buo.V ivinml son an episode wns narrated that illusConscience Is something tboso who trated well tbo breaking down of tho The worm may turn, but the grind need It haven't got. old barrier. . sfono has to be turned. '"Society Is go!is to tbo bdV wqwb," grumbled a young marquis at a 1'lccadllly club. "'What'a tho mattor now!' a friend truo-hearteFac-Simi- le Liquld-UfTe- edy for DUxlaraa, Kau-ae- a, Drowaloeaa, Bud Taate lathe Mouth, Coated Tonpie, Tain In the aide, TOItPlI) L1VE11. Tbey regulate the Uowela. rurely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. I mis. IVER They alao rellere Dla-trefrom Djarepata, Too Hearty A to auaa t M.f. v.w.Blt.bMrfrvHBMaBL.fU.afalrlT ata will a tulttti laauUbw Im( Uaa U $100 Psr Meirth Cksr PrtfH ipanM perfect rem- tltt JtAX, fllUO U U um1U4 U fmt WtJity k4 fkJrlr If j TMUiiiikr9cau.tiU Upajilio.ls M Uwln tiUbc r mw lipUlj BUlff u. toi for loll peurUculiri u w to lMr irm tueti torrflurr, Ttast H rari l tft. 4n4 wpl, Vf wwk. To II r ma Must U Ut) toI fttrsiUh bm t ! tiki potltUm avtMioa, tvlao rood KnrM t co4ct UaAavsact sumI tUs rt(Hitt. If yoMs( Uoim. wrlu iui rNutravai U 4l kvet jva u-- th wriui If fo cm 4 UOluptlat for It XlUaa tAJI M U ladtWtaiJ v Hxl fmt, Wt ait t ttl wl "Ilavlnp; taken your wonderful Cascs rets' for three months and belag entirety cured of stomach catarrh and dytpepeie, I think a word of praise Is doe U 'Cascarets for their wonderful compost tion. I have taken numerous other remedies but without avail, ssd 1 find that Cascarets relieve more la a day than all the others I have takea wotUdi a year." James Mediae, loS Mercer St, Jersey City, N. J. Pleasant, ralatable. Potent. Taate Good. Do tiootl. Never Slclien,Weaen or Gripe, 10o.Z5c.SOc Never soM to bulk. Tberea-ola- e tablet atampedCCC Guaranteed to tat cure or your moaey back. DYSPEPSIA UWlBtHOO. 30 UtMftrM. Tm-- rt.. rjll 0 1 Up. HALFTONES prlntlncta Tl I tU M BulUbla for newspaper ur oa autlonarr. fuWlaberaof Iblapatxr wllliaaarourorleraB4ilalbarlnUii(. aota. aaa. rtrrsai smanraa 0101, DEFIANCE STARCH unu SSSSSSiSSi NO. W. N. 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UGGESTIYE SUGGESTIONS or Holida . ' . 1 .I ... 1! J . .. C I ! r. .1 l i tt ! 1 lit w i j j i " a. it. uiiiiiiiiv in our to give us an early opportunity to show which comprise many new and pretty deiieni. CxDLXXSx02l. EL& Our CHAIR DEPARTMENT is more comnlete thia seaakm than ever before. We have them in Onlden On If. Muhnsranv. Fir- - fZniiini leMlher nrl UtUI.. L -1 1 W -- j SOlOO tlOIlS Our Line of CHRISTMAS FURNITURE s Complete in Every Respect r aw 1 1 (I I X7a UnifA frit a a I- - ahrla Zv lrifml nitn if a a4 rials- m nA Ka fanfu An) cm - ArAi'irl n vwa avm D a) m DaIm E. 1 4 Ik ft.?.!. 11 - . i both in and outside are the best. It will be to your interest to look at our line, even if you do not buy. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to our line of Diningroom and Parlor Furniture ! We have Pedestal Extension Tables, Sideboards, Buffets, Diners at prices that will astonish the inauirer Rockers, Chifforobes, China Closets, Chiffoniers, Brass and Iron Beds in all the latest finishes. Davenports, Couches, Library and Parlor Tablesa big, line, complete in every respect. Oulit- OnPn ar niahr 'til fi-3- 0 Store ovldenco. & AJly&elcLxt Lr-i-a,xxre- ci 3F"ox- - 2Lxxxel& I Buyers- - HIH TT1 Qm M In TT T T1 n Th Hnmo FiimU EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY IN FURNITURE JOHN PILLOW LANDED IN COUN- TY JAIL. Jury will decide tho case from tho negro's story and alleged crlcumstan-tla- l FENCED. John Pillow, charged with the murPillow expresses his Innocence, but der of IL J. Bugs, at Fulton, was will not make a statement fdr tho caught at Blythevllle, Ark., Saturday press. Ills homo Is at or near and landed In the county Jail at this Mo. place. It will be remembered that O R. J. Bugg was found In an alley, at tne coupon out of this wock's uut Fulton, one morning with his head beat almost Into a pulp, from which Courier and vote for someone in tho "Big Doll" Contest at Naylor's Book ho died a short time after. Thero was no cluo to the assassins Store. Dut a negro. Tine Boaz, was seen with the victim late In tho evening BRYANT COX TO MARRY ON DE CEMBER 15th. of the tragedy, and ho was arrested lie mado what might be called a con Bryant Ccx, who makes bis homo fesslon, stating that Pillow had sent ' him to look for Bugg. He found In this city and is well known here, Bugg and told him that Pillow want will bo married December 1G th, to Miss Blanche Illndman, at Nashville. I . J him down 'at the railroad viaduct. of Mrs. War tho meeting place, Boaz left Mr. Cox is a brother-in-lagg, and when ho was a short ills J. E. Kun.ua, of this city, and a splcn ncu awuy, says be heard licks did fellow. Congratulations. hlcli ho took to bo an encounter Bugg and others. Then ho aw three men carrying from that Atty, Allison Tyler was hero from pot what seemed to bo a body. The Paducah, Monday, on business. itbcr two men whom the officers nave bought In this connection arc All kinds of upholstering. Prices iolton and Dowdy. Tho examining trial of Pillow will right. All work guaranteed. Chas. take place today or tomorrow boforo Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & Co. Judge Naylor. II. T. Smith will as- list Initio prosecution and County CHILD DIE8 IN WE8T HICKMAN Attorney J as. Konoy will represent SATURDAY. tho Commonwealth In tho murder Miss Itosa Hooper, ago C years will oxclte tho attention trial which of this section, becauso of the ex daughter of Jas. Hooper, died at the treme brutality of tho foul murder. homo of her aunt, Mrs. Thatcher, In Pillow will bo bound over to await West Hickman, Saturday night at 11 the action of the Grand Jury during o'clock. its session lu January, and unless ho Funeral sorvlces wero held by Hov. himself insists upon an immediate M. I.. Blauey at tho residence Mon trial will be tried in tho May term day, after which the rStnalns wero dC' of the Circuit Court. If tho accused posited in tho City Cemetery. insists upon an early trial It Is llko Pneumonia caused her death. ly that bo will bo brought to face his Jury during tho last two days of Cowgill's Drug Store is tho only the January term of Circuit Court. place you can get UEO. Tho officers of tho law, as well as O their attorney, Mr. Smith, stato that Buy a rango with a reputation, and thoy will provo Pillow guilty of murtako advantngo of our Freo Offer der In tho first degree, which carries during our Demonstration Week, Dec. with it either tho sentenco of death 13th to 18th. Come in and let us or lite Imprisonment at hard labor. show you. Hickman Hdw. Co. According to tho prosecutors, PilO low will go to the gallows. The Mrs. John Luttrcll, of East Hick confession against him is the of TIbo Boaz and tho alleged threads man, suffered a stroko of paralysis of clrcuBwUutlal evidence, It Is not last week, and is in a precarious believed that either of the white men, condition. Tho trouble was at first Bolton or Dowdy,' who were alleged experienced in tho lower limbs but to have been Implicated in the ease, has now developed in the face and (will testify lat Pillow, besee the other parts of the body. be-weovl-deu- Two More Weeks 'til Christmas.... In buying your Christmas wants it is better to go early, because the selection is better. We have just received a big stock of Xmas goods, very desirable for gifts. I The Fult' n I i liinrlhi it t r i. ii rra k bottom In cr 'o Wp i:k fl .rr icwMi. loom in ('.!' cr, no nsr'- - 3 -- it j Lett 'c i- - .w " IIMIU B find thenii. 1; j f Z'a u. A iioii mun w ires' i. u w t .. urn mi.ru u nent relief cn U Ui In 1M1 sir l!l Uk. Vcut three BOrtfc This 11 o The famous Dougui . n t I. ino w la K'l Nothing better fcr HI etttf w- -- o M. L. Plane Valuable and desirable presents for Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Sweetheart. Our prices are 20 per cent less than you can buy the same goods elsewhere. Mexican Handwork Table Covers and Scarfs 85c to 96.50 Battenburg Handwork Table Covers and Scarfs. 10c to $1.50 Nice Rugs, beautiful designs $1.10 to $3.75 Fine Art Squares, room size $10.05 to $23.05 Our house is full of just such valuable and appropriate gifts as these, and we can save you money on any purchase you make. t fas'cr ct u -- npxt Sunday a" ntllm nf four I" glous Iti'iinauar cca ta w li ' ' c "1 CD tury." no ntiil ir-i- ci ibc ' ovauv. farullv wher. o' . r.c re - l. xtmnz men a.:a rr.'m.. Z for special l w Ill.nev will K'l '3 from KMl sunw it.,., m b m h i und evening I last service it ttmnt-- will deliver I hli'CM m tir.nL'. r-'- crlUti r "f 1""' ru-p- - rrf",w ib 1101 i.... 7 ... in., Hum " '"lilt TCC noiorr Men's and Boys9 Clothing put aside your summer clothes and buy heavier garments. We are making special cut prices on clothing, a saving of $3.00 to $8.00 a suit. They are the best suits made by reliable tailors, strictly hand made and the fabric all wool. Men's Suits Boys' Suits. Cold, winter weather is now here and you will have to Ills Wife." rr,. -- 0- $5.00 to $15.50 .$1.50 to $6.50 wilt hold rrvl.Tl t i 1 -In ll, - I 7 inn tuuini inornliiK lock I o veiling at 7 o welcome. 0 hle.,.t 1IB4 Of IIoliJT lllekiuap will bo founa 0 R.ATkD. Of WW llov. 0 ..... " i. Shoes Shoes . ... ( Beale, NoUry Office. Dodd.' Lumb.r A. h. T. . - Our stock of shoes is now more complete than ever before. We have the kind you want and your size. Our best shoes are guaranteed to give satisfaction. will hold ... Ihn KIWI .. . - wi tncir ubU1 Bl . Gt. " J(l : Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co (INCORPORATED.) from 2 in nlibt. in tne oyter Wlr. U ;; 0 A. 0(CW HICKMAN, - KENTUCKY MorchnnU Ha"", ly Invited. Ilomenibcr kinds of MM. lurUttttf'