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A BLUE MARK MERE mMnt thnt ytrar nub norlptlon linn expired ltcnrw promptly If yon want tli pnpr to com torotmfterlhl month i. .u la the Team that Pulls the Commercial Waaon HO. MB III WESTERN KEHTHOKT of Success. ThB Couriet has a Snankin' Good Team. Dressa ihn Brian nf Ynnr wnnn. nw uBn t i'b uiinh n nrnun fll PATES ( HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, NEW COUNTY OFFICIALS. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910. WHOLE XO.d'lso ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 1NBO ROGERS . . 1 BLAKEMORE. It .IMAMinnvA on Sunday evening, Doc. recont ctlectlnn. aro now In charco recent election, are now In charge .. '' . III II. iiimfi 't ... " "!..v O ty, (invltiK boon aworn In ....1 dtirltiR tho i nrwi imnrM aat wook, tnkliiK official charKo of their respective offices on Momlny, ...... nioni' I" ono of me prettiest jnn. j, tr It Is na Rood llnoup, wo believe, .... in Houtnwiu .Missouri accomplish h ruuon coumy litis ever Had In nn ni,,l IiIeIi y official capacity: thorouchlr help- - tatlro ot onr people, but soino of tho ng and officers will bo liaid to very popular ana rtcri-- . old, ,. h u ueai. i no now officers aro: i Iv all her acquaintances I tIAl J. A. Noonon, Jailer. MP .... iwhoii-vj y ti ' IU lumifNll W. A. Naylor, Judge. J. W. Morris, Circuit Clerk. . . . k.lr for Iila brido. B. T. Iloper. County Clerk. 'nr.m Mr Hlakeinore. moved .' . . .. . Miss Dora'M. 8mllh, County School Hi" i aDOUt a yenr iiru irum Jvrr..' oupcnniciiuent. i. r KT mill nCCt'IHCMI U IIUBI- Jas. W. Honey, County Attorney. . (1 . 'f Tttio couiity officer, elected nt tho .o n 4- truo-hcartc- d -- 3 IN A GENERAL WAYS- - After Season Clearance Prices FOR: Pull for "(Jreatcr Hickman." j ncad the Courier. p,1 .. . I . . .. lllakemoro-Liisswel- l fhc vniinsr fi.. " n nrnml.lnir .- i.n. nimin many menus uur- uni tiio iicram wish- - I' ,.... toDt.'j j "' Knnnrii. .mo., nomiu. old man. CLECT OFFICERS. li . Vrm . .da ... ,.f N , IdK0 II No. 701, IV & A roi oi oiucrrs on lwr 27. Thrv nro ai lj. rr ( jgt K Ii. air-- . l owRlll. W. M, ioii, 8. W. s t 3 I $j in- ', i 8trctarr. J. W. S. D. Swr K JI urr. J U. Naifvh. Trcaaurcr. l'railirr. Steward. tlcctlon. a nice aupprr IT. -' ' ... ..f .....mlMira liNtlAnl o SHOT IN LEG. lt..t V K." ... Mow the knee, one A mliundcratandlnR to the hooting a lioa ij uicu n anoixun. inn ' A" "i.r i 1 CO txind and will bo tried i Cirrult Court. Ilarkott rd fine..... 'o be out .1 In a few dara. . - . r. !.... . i.i . ....... i.. nt.i.. g x. Ii-- I . ti i 1.1. ...... u. . ... ... nlnnmvj.r. In Johnson, Sheriff. Char Ik'aillei, Assessor. Tho first fle named wero ed. Their efficient and economlrnl admlnlstratlona havo more than nleas- eu ineir conantiinncy, as their shows. The last three aro new In an official capacity only, belnK wen anown to all citizens of tho county. All aro well qualified nnd competent to discharge, tbo dutleu of their offices. Sheriff Johnson has been 111 for some time, and It was necessary for him to tako tho oath of office while confined to his bed. Ho has appointed aa his deputies Hob Goalder and Sam I). I.uien, both capablo men for the place. Those stepping down and out for tho present are T. N. Smith. County Attorney; Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff; and K. M. 8ansom, Assessor. They teavo behind them n record conspicuous for tho faithful discharge of their duties. Not only wero they good offic ers, but a clover set of men with whom It Is a pleasure, to associate. In or out of office, Uiey are just tho same; always ready to glvo tbclr Mayfleld. f i lends that good, old fashion grasp A. K. Mitchell. Leo Lino Agent. of tho hand known as tho "campaign spent Christmas with home folks in OoaWlcr hand-shako.- " Thirsty? H80 Is what you seed to renew your sub1 Don't forget Hot Drinks of all kinds at Cowgtlfs scription. ! Remember A. Drug Store. J S. Barkett buys all Qlre C. H. Moore a share of your kinds of furs. grocery Business. 1 Sam Salmon en mo up this week Dob Kills went to Caruthcrsvlllo from Hales Point. lr.sl week on business. I Hobt. Saddler visited homo folks H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. In Martin last week. A. Oodds' Lumber Office. CowgUPs Drug Store la tho only Carl Schmidt nnd wife spent Christ- placo you can get REO. mas In Union City and Fulton. S Oscar Salmon has returned to Dirk, .u., Bucr iwu weeas ncre. TAHP1NE for coughs and colds 25c per bottle. Helm c Ellison. 4 Leo Campbell spent Christmas with home folks In Mound City, Ills. Krln Honor spent Christmas week hero with Mlsg Annlo I.co Urown. 4 Capt. Tom Faudree, of Cnlro, was hero ono day last week on business. Clifford Adams snent Christmas nt his former homo In Hlrralngham, Ala. 1 Hickman will do moro building In 1010 than In nnv vnnr In tint, hl.lnn. Miss Ittiflo Hrucr snent a few davs last week with friends at State Line. m Hind Jessie Loo Reed, of Fulton, spent tho holidays with MlssMnymo Miss I.lulo Ambon: snent Naylor. with her sister, Mrs. Guy Kobblns, nt MEN, BOYS I, 4 WOMEN GIRLS IN NEED OF You havo Now try tho best. tried the rert, Schmidt, tho Tailor. Owcnsboro, WALKER BUYS STORE. C. It, Walker has purchased the Hickman Grocery Co. store lock. stock and barrel. Tho store was started and owned by a company composed of W. C. Johnson. Joo Pol- Jno. Itryant. C. 0. fichlenker Mr. Walker. Tho deal Involved. a out 10,000. Mr. Walker now has charge of tho LADIES, stpro but wll teakp some chango In tho old company's business policies wir onris. niuiinTf Dwcmem nn In a short time, The chango In mi- of tllk and wool goods can t.Lii nounced In these columns. . a; d ty French Dry Cleanlut. Here's our best wishes for your tt- Tailor success, Colonel, Col. Telephone your grocery ordor to KOn SALE: Good team of horses, No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods for cash. Apply to A. S. Qarkett, In delivered. West Hickman. Work Is progressing nicely on the now cnglno and bpller rooms of the .xvngei iK)i jo. Miss Iva Adams returned Sunday nigni irpm a visit to friends In Hum boldt and Trenton, 4. W, Jackson was over from Clin. ton Monday, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Al. Nalfeh. We handle the celebrated Sanspa- rlcl Flour, and guarantee every sack of It. Dottorsworth & Prather. ' id samples about Japuary 15. Schmidt, tho Tailor, A. 8. Barkett, of West Hickman, pays tho highest market price for all kinds of furs. Watch for tho Spring and Summer SUITS AND OVERCOATS COAT SUITS r Miss Inez Parker spent last week Jlh Dr. E. A. Johnson and wife In Holly Springs, Miss. Edgar Naylor and wifo havo been visiting Rov. and Mrs. J. W. Waters, In Greenfield, Tonn. O O Purity, accuracy and prompt servic Miss Laura Ilrnwn. who has been la JI l Itnarh nt Fulton for Knknmo. Ind.. for the last ton months We want all tho local news. If Is tho motto of our drug department. if returned home Christmas, you cannot boo a reporter, call No. Hickman Drug Co. 1 Cumberland or Homo phono. Miss Rubyo Fleming, who Is atFrank Smith. Warren Ellison and tending Stato Collego at Lexington, Harold DcIIow left Sunday night for spent Christmas at home. ibanon, Tenn., to attend school. Mrs. Paul Davis has returned to Mrs. Dello Ilaltzer nnd'son. Lee. of Jackson, Tenn., after a visit to hor Covington, Tenn., spent tho Christ- sister, Mrs. Eugept Naylor. inas holidays with Hickman relaUv'oji. Dr. C. M. Blackford returned TuesMrs, M. Ambcrg returned homo last day from LouUvllle, where ho spent week from Mayfleld. She was aceom. tho holidays with relatives. pained noiuo uy uuy Kouuinfl, wire Tho famous Douglas shoes are sold and children, only by A. S. Barkett In Hickman. I take this Willie Ainborg returned to Ann Nothing better for bad weather. mains of informing the public that I Arbpr, Mich., tho latter part of last Have purchased the entire stock of the Hickman week after spendlntt tho holidays with Misses Laura and Marine Brown HicHman relatives. spent Bevernl days last week with Grocery Company, and, to make a long story Swayiio Walker and Arthur Halo, Mrs. Arthur Shaw at State Line. short, solicit your patronage. The business will who are attending school at Spring, Floyd field, Tenn-- , spent tbo holidays with Tuesday,Naylor returned to Lexington continue nt the " old stand." 1 shall endeavor after spending tho holidays relatives In Hickman. with his parents, Judge W. A. Naylor Business Change and CLOAKS SMITH & AMBERG WHEN YOU COME IN ASK FOR A 1910 CALENDAR carry the best line of groceries and meats in Hickman, and am going after business by making it to your interest to trade with mc. to On Monday, January S7th new policy will be inaugurated which will save you br, on everything in our line. Five cents on the dollar will be worth the saving to you, and I had rather sell at 95c on the dollar for cash than $1.00 on credit. So, on and after Jan. 7th, we will charge no goods but will sell, for your convenience, a small coupon book at 5 c less than its face value. These coupons will be the same as cash at our store; you will know exnetly what you are spending and there will be no "queer" looking accounts coming to you on the first of each month, It also gives the cash purchaser an advantage over the credit customer which is right. I believe you will 'ike the new plan. shall endeavor to keep in my employ polite, accommodating salesmen, and give prompt delivery service to all parts of the city. T hanking you for past favors and trusting to merit a continuance of your patronage, I am, n 1 1 Henry and Perry Hamilton and O. and wife. II. Parhnm, mechanical engineers Mr, and Mrs. J. Spradlln nnd son, with the Mongol llox Co.. spent tho Milton, and daughter, Ira, of Oklahoholidays In LouUvllle, ma City, spent the holidays with Mrs. 1. D. Prlco. You aro invited to look over my spring lino of tluo woolens. Quality Congressman C, A. Crow spent the and workmanship guaranteed the best day here Tuesday before Christmas, prices reasonable. acnmiui. eurouto to Caruthcrsvlllo from Washcharm, aquart ington, D. C. Masonic LOST: shape, monogram, C. M. H. on onu Now is tho time to get a new sewaide, Masonic emblem on olhor. lie ward, lleturn to Courier otlico. tc ing machine. Do not make a mistakegot the Slngor then you are Large, black brood sure of getting tho best. STJtAYKD: sow, In good fix. Hole and crop In one car holu torn out. Other ear Rep. F. S. Mooro, of, FuRpn and marked but can't describe Howard. Hickman counties, left last week for W. J. Harry, Hickman. Frankfort tp tako his seat In tho Micro will be nreachlnc at Uio Bap 1910. session of the. State legislature, tist church next Sundny morning and ALL evening by Ilov. Mathls. of Kontpn, NOTES, PAST DUE ACCOUNTS AND MUST AT Tenn. All members nnd friends of ONCE OR THEY BE SETTLED OUT WILL BE PUT the church nro Invited to intend,. JONES GRAY. K. The marrlago of L. Gray, tbe well known smith aud of this city, to Miss IliUtlo Jqnes, of near Nashvlllo Tenn., cornea as quite a surprise to his mauy menus. The weddlog occurred Saturday afternoon ot 5: SO at tho homo of County Clerk 8. F. Howard, In Union City. Mrs. Gray is a cousin of Mrs. Gray, who dlod a few weeks ago in this city. While some may be inclined to tho Idea that Mr. Gray's marriage Is n little- premature. It can be exFOR COLLECTION. plained by reason of tbo fact that C. Q. SCHLENKER. bo piouilbcd his former wife, at hor Miss Cprdella Moore, who Is atCollege at ov.n request, aud during her last tending llelhel Female Christmas evo night lko Toouibs, hours tlmt ho would marry again at HopklnsvlUe, and who was visiting negro, an South tho family of Johu A- McCluro dur- uas Inoffensive In his Fulton robbed onco for the benefit of their chilhomo, murdered dren. He has kept the promise. ing tho ChrUtmaa holidays, returned and tho house fired to hide the dou- They aro now at homo lu East Hick-minto her school on sunuuy iai. crime, wcod-workma- u i. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT,,, Respectfully, C. L. Walker St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church. Hickman, Ky. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, In Ills wlso providence, to remove from our midst to tho Church Triumphant our worthy brother, Leon D, Smith, who departed this llfo December 21, 100!).. therefore, bo it Rosolvcd, That In his death, thta Vestry has lost a most fulthful and. useful coufrero, and tho Church a loyal and devoted mumbur. Resolved, That wo extend to his. loved ones our heartfelt sympathy la their boreavoment, and. cummeud them to tho lnvn nml tmiilar Vim rnhkU of Him who never forsakes those whopiaco their trust in Him. Resolved. That n ennv nf tlif.cn ma. ble be Judco 11. F. Ilemley Is now police The Courier Joins tho friends of olutlons una spread upon tbo mluuto City Comedy Company, vestry, a copy sent to Judge of tho City of Hickman, suc a The Whlto both parties In extending them hearty uook or pritroupe which on a tho parents and n copy sent to tho ceeding JUtlge JBS. lioiiey, whu io vate launch fromcame horu disbanded good wishes. Chicago, Hickman Courlor for publication. now County Attorney. Kemley Is not was a lack of week. Vestry of St. Paul's Church. only a clover geutleman, but a man here last among Thore Imrmony members of the the 0 who will do his duty fearlessly and company. ENGAGE NEW PRACHER. with a thorough knowledgo of tho law BOARD IN SESSION. Rov. O. W. Stockton, of Covington, Drug Co. has changHickman The management of tho Hickman edThe soino for the present year. A. Tenn., has been engaged as pastor up Tho Independent Homo Tolephone Co., K Kennedy, phrouiaclst, goes out to ot the Hickman Presbyterian Church zation Fulton Couutyat Board of EqualiIs lu bcssIou tho court for to announce that thoy are look after his Insurance business, and ily this year and is moving his fam- In this city this week, maklug house wishes such bore this week. connection with Is succeeded by our handsoiuo frloiul, now ready to make Itov. Stockton comes to this con- raises or reductions In tho tax assesN R. Holcombe, who looks very natvaluations ot tho property ot all country lines on either side of ural lu this placo. Oco Harris is now gregation woll recommended as a sor's county the lis they may doom Just. Services This body is composed Hickman. Tho company furnishes all proprietor of the soda fountain, ci- preacher and gentleman. of city and connects gar and candy departments. Oco is will be held at the church next Sun- tho best aud most sensible sovcu ot equipment in the men in day morning. the county, namely: W, P, Felts, It, with your lines at the limits for )1C a deserving, hustllug and compotcnt 0 man In his lino B. Kelley, J. C. Ropor, W. C. John-son- , per line and charges 7Co a month for younggot his share of and will doubttho business. Marvin University-Schooless Clinton, J, R. Anderson, Jno. C. Lawson, their exchange service. See A. W. T T Swayno, tho old roltablo, Is aUll Ky , Spring session opens January and H. C. Carter. They will probably Davis, Manager. tbe head of tho drug business. at 10th. Writo Nichols Bros. finish thulr work tomorrow. l. THE HICKMAN CsYsrt V COURIER TWO NEW BUGABOOS (Copyright. iltrn Ktntnckr Uki ths Dsw" OF 1MJ.) CHILDHOOD. ' - TELLS OF COOK'S FLIGHT IN KK WENT TO KUKOrU UNDER AN ALIAS. DIBQUIBK, - A ; Farmers and W. 0. SPEED, and '3. 0. BEXTON, Editors and rropritor. r Ua&i i ONE DOLLAR Villi YEAR Had His Moustacbo Shaved Off and Changed His Cloths When lis Was Making His Escape. New York .lust how Dr. Frederick A !e finder, lied Cook, the discredited front New Yolk In disguise, look an nv siinied .imino and sought reluge hi Euwas made public Sunday by rope I harles Wake, formerly a ttauntli Cook Cltatoa Street, nickman, Kcntnckj. CASH IS ADVANCE. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THOBAsil Other Inducismcnts are of ccoiidary'import4nc4 Uoon this Guarantee we Soiirit Vn... n.l ' uu Entered at the nickmnn, Kentucky, mull mutter, postoOlcs a second-clas- s inni wo oirer to depositors 'M I OUR METHOD WASTEFUL IRISH ECONOMIST GIVES AMER ICAN FARMERS ADVICE. mrouuf's Farmers of Middle Wilt Have Uoen More Like Land Bpeculatora Than Agriculturist. Xcw Vork. Slinking before tlic and llisttirinvt Association, Sir llornrc I'lunkctt, of DtiUHn, wlio lias brought about almost a riirnl rev olution in Ireland, ami is wild to know more about the resources of rent of the United States than 00 our own citizen, said: "I soc n rapidly increasing cost of llv ing. At the end of a century, a Mr. Hill lias told j ou, tlioro will be a vat I of food stulT. into America If your farming method are not changed for the better. Such a situation rail for urgent action by congress and by state legislatures. As an alien 1 have no right to say what such action should be, but if I may not prescribe, I may describe. "The system of agriculture In the Central U'cst, or that ruirt of it settled thirty years ago, was the most wasteful I ever saw. The farmer was not a farmer, but a land simulator. He went into the country knowing that the land was sure to rise in value. So he bough all tlto land he could get and then robbed the land to meet his obligations until he could realize hU eventual sure profits from a sale. There has got to be a change. I believe .there will become in this country tween farmers the plan long ago forced upon the farmers of older couutries by the competition of the then virgin soils of America." c Ths e League Says the Cigarette Is as Dad as the Hookworm. jt COTTON GOES TO 16,16 30 PERISH IN STORM INCREASED BUYINO OF ACTUAL BLIZZARD OREATEST EXPERIENCED IN YEARS. COITON. Spinners Turned Bulla Receipts Are Fiv Million Dollar in Property Destroyed in nnd Around Boston. Light Some Selling for Hundreds Are Homeless. Bulls' Account. Memphis, Tenn. The cotton market arose from its holiday rest with a bound ing start and with the inception of busi ness prices were 15 to 2(1 points higher in .American markets and throughout the day the advance was maintained with only such variations as are incident upon the that nccoiupanies n bull market. It was a big, broad tilTuir, and in point of trading the day has sel dom been exceeded this season. Large sales wrte made for bulls' accouit. The market absorbed this selling with scarcely a flicker and was at the close nigh up to the best level of the session, with March in New Vork selling at 15.87 and May 16.12c. Active options wero 13 .o 10 points higher, January in svmpathy with the advance in spots, showing relatively greater advance. The rise was accompanied by an ac tive demand for spot cotton at Southern markets, which were almost without excent or more higher. At ception Memphis the quotation was marked up cents middling, tho top notch to IS cent f the season. At New Orleans was put on, making the middling basis cents. 5 Receipts for the day were small at ports and interior towns and during the holiday interim were (mite small at the profit-taking 8 3 2 MISS BELLE KINNEY WINS Her Design for Memorial to Women of South Selected. Managua. ltcccnt reports that the American, Oroce and Cannon, were tortured before being shot are untme. The facts were in the possession of the state department at Washington a month ago, and it was generally suposed tliut auy details of the tragedy lud been given publicity through official channels. As it is, advantage has been taken of the to paint oportunity in some n picture that was more interesting than port. Cotton prices are nliout one cent high- r than a month ago, but the technical truthful. The glory of C'apt. Anibul Chaves, ho position of the market seems goui ami bulls are opulent and confident. refused to obey an order to take of the firing Miiad, is dimmed HIGH PRICES COME TO STAY somewhat by tho light of known circumstance, (ieneral Toledo, Medina and lriasa had implored Xelaya to abandon America Ceasing to Be Producing Nation, Declares Clark. his purpose cf shooting the two AmeriWashington. '"The present high prieen cans. Zclaya, however, could not be influ- for farm products have come to stay; enced, and Cicneral Toledo finally or- tho rural population is playing out; the resent census, if it classes the unineer- dered Captain Chaves not to assume command of the squad. Clrarea chose to o rated villages as towns, will show be obey Toledo rather tlian the president, tween CO and 03 per cent, of populitiun and as a consequence wns arretted and Hving in towns," declared Hepresrntativo Champ Chirk of Missouri, the minority held in jail for six weeks. I'pon his leader of the house. "At the present Chaves made the most of the rute, in twenty year, the I'nited States will cease to bo an exorting nation for gricultural products, except as to cot AMERICANS MOT TORTURED ton. "One of the principal causes of the Zelnya Wm Firm and Unyielding to high prices of farm products is the world Requests for Mercy. wide movement of people toward towns in towns Atlanta, (In. A design for a suitable and cities. Wh.le a few ml cities have gardens and raise chick- memorial to the women of the Confederacy was aekittd hero Wednesday by cus, and occasionally pigs, practically the ntire town ami city imputation are non- u committee of Confederate veterans named by (Jen. Clement A. Kvans, at the producers of anything to eat, but aro Memphis reunion lust June. All the consumers only. For the first time, last ear, Argoiitmn beat us in exporting Mouthern states except one were repre sented at the meeting. Only two artists corn, nnd Argentina and llrasil aro now submitted designs, Louis I'otter, of New tlgliting to take the frozen meat trade from us." York, who is now in Athintu, and Mil Belle Kinney, of Nashville. The design submitted by Miss Kinney was selected. WE ARE MUSICAL BARBARIANS The committee held a session this morning at which plans vvoru prepared Neglect of Musical Education Keyfor perfecting their organization and note of Meeting. raising funds for the erection of monuChicago. The American people aro ments to tie women of the Confederacy uimieal barbarians, and tho function of in each of tho .Southern states. the American musician is to civilize the lor the purpose of raising funds to people." Till declaration by I'resideltt pay for the erection of one of these me- Abram W. Harris of Northwestern Unmorials in the capital of each of the iversity, was tho keynote of the thirty-firSouthern states, the following committee annual convention of the Music was appointed: (Jen. O. C. Walker, South Teachers' National Association, which Carolina, chairman; Gen. Julian U. Carr, met here Tuesday. North Carolina, treasurer! (ien. John 1. "It is a regrettable fact that music Hickman, Tennessee, secretary i Ceil. J. plays such a little part in tho education O. Wnddell, Georgia; MuJ. C. M. Kclder, of the said 1'resideut Harris, South Carolina! Ma. L. V. Scott, Mis- "and it is u shame that college gradusissippi; Col. James Dlcklus, Louisiana. ates know so little of the sublime works The price agreed upon for the monu- of music. A young man who goes Into ment is $5,000, the veterans entering the world without uny idea und appreciainto uu agreement to accept no less than tion of music is oorly for his ten in duplicate. lite work, for he is forever burred from the uplifting qualities to bo derived from DRAG CHINESE OUT OF CARS. gieat musical compositions." cum-nun- d st mas blizzard or from arridrnt eauiil by it. Six of thee died from exposuie f him. after being caught in snowdrifts. Utii "It was finally arranged that Mr. ers were drowned and several were killed Lonsdale, Dr. Cook's secretary, should by- - trains. sill fur Coenhagen with a tytwnrilteii Blockades on railroads crested a short- copy of the records and (hat tho doctor age of food supplies and u consequent and his wife, with the originals, should increase in price, which contributed to all for (ieuoa under assumed names on tlm hardship of the poor. the Odrle,' leaving Nov. 27. ImsJalr sras (o meet Dr. and Mrs. Cook at Strt-(In- , STEAMER WRECKED. rjermanr. "They left the (intmatan the afterFive Million in Property Destroyed la noon of Nor. St, and by a circuitous . Vicinity of Boston. route reached (he IVnnsylvanla station, Boston, Mass. Masses uf wreckage, lersey CHy. On (he way the doe(or had apparently from the his itiotitehe shaved off and exchanged Davis Palmer, of Boston, were found on Ml del by for a slmieh hat." the Wch at Hull Monday, and It "The next heard from Dr. Cook was the vessel struck on one of Mletter from Toronto, rreoived on Nov. inuter ledges of the bailor during Sun 27 by his wife. He asked her to meet Uh him In Europe. In It he Saul, 'My wife day's storm and went to pieces, the lot of all on board, a total of twelve is mere iHipoitattt than the polar matmen. ter.' On Dec. I Mrs. Cok sailed for rive million dolUr loss was the esti- Europe with the original records. n mate made uf he havoc wrought in ah-Dee. 10 T received a cablegram from Dr. around Btou by (ho lilizrartl ay it (ok from IJsUin, Portugal. I have swept New Kngland and drove a record no Idea where. the doetor is now." --IA tide over the coast. cutTown "expenses. On land no fatalities liarcbccnfie-nortc- d besides tho four known toftiav occurred in Chelsea, where a tidal vvJe Democrats Win Fight Ship Subsidy Bur-inbursting through the dyke along Island the Session. Kml river. Hooded eighty acres of homes Washington. "Tlie program of the and forced 2,300 persons to flee, scantily Democrat in the house of this session clad, into the raging storm. is to keep down the amount of the Tho storm was the greatest that New UHs und to vote sgaiust ship Kngland has experienced in eleven years. subsidv." said Minority Ixailsr ( barap All along the coast phenomenal tides Hark of Missouri. the Ikmimi leaders were reported. In many places sen walls are rashlng everything to grt the a iwere battered to pieces, boulevards razed! mpropriation measures through, and and curbs and houe along the shorn sutijvct nnd the ship subsidy prnistsition destroyed. Ivem to I hi alsHit the only two things that are to be twken up. "We are oppolcd to ship sulstidy lulls. ATTEMPTED TO KILL MOTHER We favor a' river ami harbor bill. I took for adjournment of Congress In Would-Murderer Is Barricaded tn .ipril, certainly by May 1." T,!-lievn! g rar New York. Kighteen persons In and New York perished In the C!irii supporter. "Just before he started north for (he Hle be atkrd me to seomipany him," ssld Mr. Wake, 'but I was unable to go. The next I heard of him was when he cabled from lirrenlsnd on his way south that he had reached the earth's tup. "I met him on hi arilial In New ork. I was In mom or less renstant 'ouch with hfm until he went to the Hotel (iramatan, where he thought he iiuld work undisturbed on his datu for t openhagen. Ijiter he asked me. to ee him about a plot to deprive hthi of his reciinls. He had ttsylil various letters, he said, and fd 'that Ids enemies might even tok'e hti life to get possession of his silt a. . , "l also received similar ie tiers, Cook, threatening death What lo made me share, In the apprehen-sivrneof Dr. Cock and his wife was the knowledge that large' sums of money were spent to shadow him and myself. "At last the doctor became to (earful of harm that at Ms request I nt every night at the Hotel (irsmatan from Not. 19 up to the time he left. Ha was unable to get sny sleep, and lcamc a nervous wreck. Meanttme he grew room t vcitnrn. I could get hardly it word out ' IX Uucrisnan, J, J, a CoaduraBt, O. B. ThrelVsli I THE SAFE8T AND QUIGKESTWAYTfT TRANSFER nit rates Arm to MOMEY toIr. LONE DISTANCE TELEPHONE local manage1 ss CUMBERLAND TELEPHOHE & TELEGRAPH Ci ...OUR STACK IS COMPLETE AUD , ,, -- Absolutely THE BEST- - Hclnz's Varieties of Pure Food Product! Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas, Csvll nillionaire Canned vts Goods. on or t!phoo when In or rCEUSTUVt'S. .d ef OnOCElUES. rilESH Urin Telephone C j 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle HICKMAN MARBLE (Saeceisor lo 11. WORKS Prep. USTAnUSUED liii. TOM DILLON, Sr., flarble CURDISQ. a tUms(t, dscsusL) and Granite WORK (4 sJ flonuments ST0NG i t klnili, HICKIAN, IRON rCNCINa. t Kl!NTlT t't Davidson B House and Heavily Armed. Tenn. Heavily Memphis, in barricaded a little Itouso on Kay u venue, ariiutl CARRIE NATION APPEALS. sggK7. with a heavy sltotgun ami a pistol, and swearing tnat he will kill the first rtn who attempted to take him, James Fraak Hit lloach, tho young man who attempted to kill his mother, Mrs. Sullie E. Mi'ier, is hemmed in by a ossi of ufllerrs, who slowly but surely are drawing the lines of their dragnet closer about the man, wlio, from present indications, will never bo taken alive. Frenzied with rage bceanse his mother had upbraided him for an alhrr.1 tlwft, Batch, lo is 30 years old. walki-- Into tho rear room of his mother's little dwelling, and without a word of warning sent a bullet crashing into her hmd. With' a groan she staggered to her feet, and" then, after tottering several stops, pitched forward on tho floor MORSE NEAR PRISON STRIPES. Between Banker and Fcdnal Prison. New York. Only a technicality now stands between Charles V. More, bankIco king, and the lift er and sentence in the federal prison at Atlanta. Judge Hough, In the I'nited States court today, denied his motion for a new trial, but close upon the heels of the decision Martin W. Littleton, his counsel, announced that one more stand would be taken. Tomorrow he wilt move in the circuit court for a writ of error on Judge Hough's decision of today, If this is denied, Morse will begin tho new year serving his sentence for violation of the national banking laws, the supremo court of tho United States having previously refused to interfere) In tho case. one-tim- e ecu-ye- ilned 1 100 in Police Court for Slushes Bar. Washington. Mrs. Carrie Nation ha nppeuted the ease in which she was fined $100 for smashing the bar at the uiihhi station In this city to the district ciwt tft apK-a- l. Her attorney lias raised severs! tsinstltutiotml questions in her de fense, tho prlwljial one tlmt the prosecution, should have lieen made In (Jie iwioe uf the I'nited States instead if the District of Columbia. Benefactions Break Record. New York The total pnblle Ixtiefec-ito- s In the I'nited States during the just twelve months was $111140,000--$10.010,0greater titan any previous year, ucrtirdlng (o New York newspapers. The principal Iwnrfaetar In 1000 have bcvii tho late John H. Kennedy of New York ($88,330,000), John 1). Ilocke-frlJ($13,885,000) and Andrew Carnegie ($l,08C,Sll). A third was given sseifieally for educational work. The total benefaction In the United h'tntes In the last seventeen years sdd up to 00 er DENTISTS. Tsnsi.n ' !: j,,:vi II t. tSs Stublisll'Meet ' Your AT Friends Lauderdale's Tonsoriai Parlors J nUkasn. II ia "..I in elsclrlo Jfhts iH uths; ""' bJdrjC thl: yiv?" y N r.tg wa l 1 Clinton Street, N,xt lLckmin, " Kj fioor to Jar."' Cs,'. nicVmsn, S'g' OFFICESr It. Orr Cowgiirs drug & " Z ak LAND Casii Book Store TOR SAL Splendid Selection . . . Only Technicality New Books, Stationery, Post Cards. Cs.lt and sea Doth city an ! farm pne erty at reasomllo estate for If you have real letusuetjouabajer. ale, AUURES3: $1,000,110,000. Notions, Etc our stock. Renames Ills Baby. New York. John Henry Thlrey, of Iing Island City, philanthropist, scholar und educator, is trying io settle the iiies-tloof how he will bring ubout the renaming of his latest son, hirn September 14, last. The child wus named in honor of Dr. Frederick A. Cook. Mnco Cook's exposure Mr. Thlrey ha been seeking tho mean of relieving the youngest Imrn from bearing tho name. He does not know whether to appeal to (he cour(s or simply to have (he child rcchristeiicd. u Everything Hickman Hickman. Kentac! Marv Berendes&Company r.Pt TJs Be Your Waiter We never Urc of helPinC other. for good job PrininK. exacting typoCphic appeti e kok have partaken of our excellent "r .econd erring. back for a most reasonable, too, and pivlntr vour oroers l nn.l nn 111..V 1 7. over our . :. . .Mii rKl carelul attention, tail at urn omcc u .v r Br Celestials Being Smuggled in Via Texas and West. Denver, Colo. Federal officers drugged two Chinese out of their berths in l'ull-masleepers and will send tneni to Suu The ofliiers Francisco fur deportation. of tho uy the Oilentuls are incmlH-rbaud of eight young Chinese who swum the Itio (irande river several nlhti sgo. Ofliciull assert that bundled of Chinese are being smuggled across the Mexican border, takeu to obscure points in Texas, Colorado and other Western tales, uud then shipped in freight curs to the Eastern cities, s Wto iv SAID "AMEN" TOO LOUD. Fervent Worshiper Arrested Awaits the Grind Jury's Action. Fairmont, W. Va. llecuuse, it l alleged, ho worked himself into a frenzy, and the volume of his rented "aniens" tame near breaking up seveiul sessions of u let U al meeting of the Methodist rhiirrh, L. M. Snyder, a prominent farmer, was urri'sted and held In $000 bond to ivyvuit the artion of the grand jury on 1 charge of disturbing religious worship. il Runaway Boy Returns Rich, I nil. From Nashville, Indianapolis, the seat of Brown county, a capital yet iintcxlied by a railroad, mines (ho story uf the return to his parents In the lonely hilt country uf John Freushaw, whom tho old folks had not seen or heard from for twenty years, and who brought back to them nut only (heir lost son, but also a Christmas present of $1,000. John irenshavv was 13 years old when he ipiurrelcd with his father and ran away irom uoine. FEAR LYNCHING OP NEGRO. Slayer of Charles Lowery Brouiht to Psducah for Safety. Paducuh, Ky. Being threatened with lynching, Homer Bridges, a negro, who shot und killed Charles lowery, u young whlto limn of Murray, Ky was brought here und lodged In Jail for safekeeping. While Lowery wus wulklng ulong the rullroud (rack near llazle, Ky., Bridge shot from u coach, stating at the suuio time, "Watch that fellow Jump" - f ' m'" mjt ,,, Ws cs o . A i, cKsr r."f,-- . H si bills. stst.manbL dodr.rs. cat&l tic. stl l.olre its m a lltU bstt.r Ikxa s.ems Dtcssar,'. Troop dlisrjr GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE & The Red raa.ro- Love STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Interest in a In Tobacco Troubles Is Not Warranted, Thinks Gov. Wlllion. o) CoMe.r-- 1 irv IKe If Summarized Form, 3DCODC rxjrxicc DOC BY . .i.L..i I PARTIAL LIST EXHIBITS. Ctncr.l iiSii''iS43 8 20 1B9 ( Exhibit. t Com Exhibits Exhibits Whe.t 73 72 31 JU 0,ti Exh.blll WU Exhibit. Sguiih Exhibit! Ipgwpkn Exhlblti Ipsuto Exhibits L'li'ti Exhibit! lAlfi!' Seed M g 'g g 24 9 20 IBun Exhibit! o( Work Horses.. 60 45 SjJ.'ie Hcr.es Pretty Native Cef"-'.w- Exhibit!.... Oibei n CO Blankets Blankets 230 , . 25 g 0 0 it which arrived at lh omce of tho surveyor of ctistnma for appraisement, It was n dainty silken thine, lavender In color, which lay nn (ha tnhlo of Cashier Thomas for two hours. The garment was sent to tho custom houso by tho postmaster at Somerset, Ky., who received It a few days ago through tho mall from Japan. Ha did not send In tho address of tho owner. This was aggravating to the young women experts called In. "I know woman In Somerset," one anld, "and I'd just llko to know who Is going to wear thnt." For half on hour It puzzled Surveyor Taylor and two or threo of his men nsalatants to discover just what tho garment wns. "It looks to mo llko tho court gown of the queen of Zanzibar," said Clay Miller, who measures steamboats and superintends tbo loading of merchandise nt tho custom hnuso depot. "Don't you men know anything at nil T" exclaimed ono of the women clerks, pushing her way through the puzzled group. "Why, It's a kimono." "What In thunder Is a kimono?" "They Deputy Sam Harbor. don't hnvo that kind of thing down In Da th county, whero 1 came from." Finally, when tho officials decided that there was nothing dangerous about tho garment, they started In fixing tho value. It was estimated to be worth nil the wny from J1.C0 to $150. The kimono was finally carried to a department store, where the silk ev-er- SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. Frankfort, Ky. When tho tobacco groners of tho hurley district rend ho story that tho federal government's' strong arm would Insert n probe In tho tobacco situation In Kentucky, they went up In tho air, and aro now wondering "whero they aro at." Tho leading tobacco growers Juris-dictio- 4 FOR HIGHER EDUCATION. Campaign, as Planned by Chief Crabbe, to Be a Whirlwind. Frankfort, Ky. J. O. Crabbe, chairman of tho Kentucky educational cam paign committee, had made the best report this year on tho development of education In Kentucky that has over been mndo from this state. Crabbe rays: "Wo proposo to keep tho ball rolling In Kentucky until tho battlo Is completely won, and I have in mind threo plnns for tho campaign next year. Tho first plan Is to collect five or six men who are experts In the line of campaign work, and have them cover U10 entire state, going from county to county, speaking two or threo times n day. Tho second plan Is to have a campaign during tho fall, ture." j while the schools aro In session, to cover a pcrlcd of CO days, allowing the SOCIETY OF EQUITY MEETING local school authorities to select a day or days for tho speaking. Tho third Called for Jan. 15 to Perfect Organiplan la to have tho third whirlwind zation. campaign with minor chnnges from the former campaign, and let It Winchester, Ky. S. B. Itobcrtaon, bo conducted for a week." During the secrctnry of Society last three months Crabbe reports that Equity, has tho Kentucky signed of also there have been 332 new schoolhouses by President Issued a call, J. C. Cantrill, for a meetbuilt, costing S20S.157; thnt there ing at on Jan. IB. Tho purhave been 1.2S5 schoolhouses repaired, pose Frankfort of tho meeting Is Indicated In tho costing Gt,C10, and that there has following call: "This will be an imbeen spent IC3.2S1 for furniture and portant meeting because of tho fact equipment of tho schools; that 441 districts havo been abolished or con- that an amendment to our national s anti-trussc-m-o fall (o see tho loopholo through which Undo Sam must fqucezo to get In tlio tobacco cases-- , and WHUon Is tho fb1 t Uw "night rider" and the friend nnd supporter of the Independent grower, he, too, doesn't see Just exactly why Un cle Sam should stir up trouble In times of peace. "I don't see what authority Is given the federal government to step Into the tobacco situation at this time," said he, "but I feel certain that the government olliclnls know what they aro doing or el&o they would not act As for my opinion, I hnve none Just now, as I am not fat miliar with tho Sherman law, and don't want to say anything about It. There has been no troublo for some time, and there seems to bo no danger of nn outbreak In tho fun 1 J J 05 j k I NT of so rauch lm- In tho fu-may bo looked upon ns a mllo-- t p that ' i j ' . irarklng Uiq bo el now era In ft'tn uf tlio southwest was tlio r which was hold at Sblprock ". XH.U, recently, .. tiie past tlx years has been a in. a struggle for a position of ' cloth and It Into n very line, close, tight blanket Thero were also many whMi tho Ignorance which bavo 'a .y 7, - ' c t a so thnt, treed from Its bond ra o might tnkii Its place among J ln.cflclal element of tho nation. .'s sharo toward tho Industry and roportlon of tho advantages cm--- i '-td, 't'f ' runs pcoplo tnlfiht bo anil super--j attacked fettered them c tuition I'.w k.r l it 1 1 ei i iiu-'.s- 'j . siful this preparation for and bo- t!.L ir civilization has been la soon the observer who visits Sblprock. be- amtvd with tho superintendent and and realizes what tber nro achlev- -- stock. r tact the civilization of the Navalo jon of tho country la also apparent 1(3 I rsldercd that thero nro soma 20.000 liLta i i"md over a reservation In Now It'c V.;cna and Utah, which contains a tftrs-r- a 'tan all tho New England states and :.i j : i.Midi of acres of flno agricultural, t.raber lands, and Is almost com- -rrlald with coal. Tho Increase of ... t tineas means on Increase In tlieout- t o E.4hwcsL Their education and per- :c r jcs.cnt upon small homesteads will a surplus sold I 0fJ Tfcui tho of land to boearrlpil to whlto work belne on nt k tai many points which commend It to br bo are Interested In tbo devclomnunt Ithit v n, I rg of a fair this fall was not In. t ( about two weeks before It was held, "C'O ' ,e UrClllOU was reached It wn nn Into ll'3 a that It WIH tlnrnainrv In nrranmi i' i r c tUUi cs, than two weeks' notice 1 .'..v Navajos br means of Indian mill Ecs barely tlmo to nnttior un what tr M hand and bring It In without any (r opportunity to cather or make rt r iallr for exhibition. II . ho s rt tn pr rr I -- -i circumstances the amount and t 'c rxMtilta displayed was no less than Tt e extent to which they responded j t bring In their products waa a nir. Ma; r Shelton, tbo Indian iwut for this ' n. no know that they could initcir r d irjko very creditable showing. a Tsa ! irjna and ninety ceneral exhibits l:" 't i'l'J and dlinlavnl wlilln anva.ral nthora a la'e to bo accepted. These oxhlblts U fr m live to CO articles each. Agrlcul-P1tv 'J formed tho chief nnrt of tho exhl. f on, t '. .r no means nil. a tlin fnmnn. N'nvnln M' v ; t .ire In nianv atvlca nml sir on Imnn. v could afford them long before a white tnau over saw them, Uut beat and greatest of nil waa the flno collection of oft gray-an- d black rugs mailo rrom tlio natural col- ors of wool without aoy dye whatever and the beautiful outline blankets. In which tho Navajo has reached tho hlgheat perfection of tho nrL Thcso blankets were Judged by Frank Staplln. a Navnjo blanket expert of Farmlngton. N. M, J. U. Taraons of Uurango and Miss Emma Loomls. of tho agency, and tho first prize was awarded to a beautiful black, whlto and grey blanket of artistic design nnd remarkably oven and closo weave, shown In tbo center picture. The Navnjo silver Jewelry Is from Mexican dollars, which tho traders procure for tbo Navajos, and many of the pieces aro very beautiful In design and odd and cxqulslto ns on ornament. Tho Jewelry consists of rings, bracelets, neck chains, charms nnd many other articles. Itihould bo remembered that none of tho products raised at Sblprock under tho supervision ot the superintendent and employes were permitted to participate for prizes, but overy prizo went to reservation Navajos for products purely their own. Tho vegetables and other agricultural products ot tbo agency are, however, worthy ot special mention, as they formed a fine exhibit In themselves and Included, besides tho ordinary products ot the section, many of the new vegetables brought from foreign lands by representatives of the department ot agriculture. Some of the lndlnn exhibits were brought no less than 70 tulles In wagons nnd on horsoback. by tho Interested owners, and ono lot of CO general exhibits, which deserves special mention, camo from tho vicinity of F. L. Noel's trading post. This lot contained tho prize-winnlng assortment ot silver work nnd other prize -' chief's blankets, famous blanket with tho black cross stripes which were uicd by thoso Navnjoi who Ilim the levy Is .13 nnd that tho average ratf of poll tax Is .SO. During the past year f7 counties have established one high school 12 counties have opened two, two have established threo and one county hns established five county high schools. There Is only one county of the 119 to report that there Is no need of a high school. During tho year there has been a levy for local taxation to tho schools In overy county In the state except three. The attendance for tho current year ha3 been and-whlt- o provides that the average rato of constitution and an organized state shall havo tho exclusive right to fix Its own fees and dues, to wo Insist that a full representation from both local and county unions be had, at this time, and ho would further ask that the names of all delegates elected bo forwarded at once to tho state secretary at Calhoun, Ky. Especially do we Insist that all organizers who possicommissioned bly can will attend this meeting, as we want to see a systematic plan an ranged whereby the organization of may bo completed as rap. greatly Increased and there has been Kentucky Idly as possible." a lengthening of tho average term, In many of tho counties, much beyond LOOSE METHODS EMPLOYED So that thero are few six months. counties In tho state that will have no schcol with a term less than eight to By Kentucky Children's Home Society, Says Thatcher. nlno months. solidated; that GOEBEL MONUMENT UNVEILING n tvnrtli fli Later the kimono waa bundled into a box and started back to the Somerset postmaster, with in airuciions 10 cnargo ine owner 5.u amy. uiuia vlllo Times. Imvii, anlit If CHAINED TO WHEELBARROW In writing of the Schlussclburg prison In Mc-Cluro's, David Sosklce tolls ot a prisoner who was chained to a wheelbarrow: "Scbcdrln bad been condemned to hard labor In the convict mines ot Siberia nnd for an atmmept to cscnpo front there had been sentenced to be chained to a heavy wheelbarrow. When the order camo for his transfer from Siberia to SL Peters burg, no conveyance could bo found largo enough to contain him, tho wheelbarrow and tho convoy of gendarmes. Yet, as tbo wheelbarrow had become a part of tho prisoner, the gendarmes were afraid to leave It behind. It was thereforo de cided to placo Schedrln with his convoy In one cart and tho wheelbarrow behind In another. For several months, day and night, Schedrln and tho gendarmes galloped through Siberia on a troika (a three-horsecart or sledge), whllo another sped behind them, upon which tho wheelbarrow repoied causing tbo deepest amazement among the peasants In tho villages through which they passed. Upon the arrival ot tho prisoner In SS. Peter and Paul he was once again chained to tho barrow, nnd only after be bad been six weeks In the Schluesselburg was he finally detached from It and given freedom of movement within tho narrow conllnes ot his cell. "'When they unchained me,' said Schedrln subsequently, '1 could not get enough movement, I wanted to run nnd run, nnd It seemed to me that I could never stop. How strango It Is that men who enn enjoy perfect freedom of movement never rcallzo tho wonderful happiness that Is theirs!"- d winners. pl 1 " kilt !i El . w. . .. i. w u 1. IU I. kt 1, II U UVOI(,IIDt Krint value, n fnw lititTnln nlw. Ml nf beail U'nrV nml ilntnin nf nttirr . ....... . UUM IUUUVIU) urn urna I tin llfn W n Whlrli lmr.r.a tnllnl. '.of - " V 11 C i V . of foot races (the longest rmplialr milna .in ...1,1,1. tt ...,.....! ... niiuu v,iiVIVV4 rnnjrimnlira), horso ruces, games auJ nmuao- cumuB tho Navnjoa provided " il tif 111 DUItlUt tt W" 'It facrol dances, Jwlileh worn h.ith IC't ':' ? i il rtit..rl..l.,ln i. ,. ta cwmple of how a Hit of prtzo wlnnors a ltl UH f .. .. .... J.r UnuM rnn.l l.n ..I I Tt , '' Cve era's oniited ; .1 . nilinanii. iiuuiviUUDt 1 Tho success ot the first Navajo fair, which tbo unapprcclativo neighboring public bad supposed would constat of n fow pony rnccs and chicken lights, but which turned out to be an exhibit ot agricultural products which probably equaled any other ever mndo In the county, for quality, nnd contained at least llvo times the quantity, Is duo entirely to the work ot Major W, T. Shelton, tho superintendent at Sblprock. It Is truo tho Navajos wcro producing most ot thcso articles long boforo they ever saw or heard of Shelton, but they wero not producing as much, ns well, uor as flno n quality ns they havo been Blnco coming Into contact with tho Influence ot tho Institution which ho has founded. Neither coutd they havo been Induced to havo brought together their most valuable nnd cherished personal effects for public Inspection but for tho which this agency has awnkeued within o A SLAP AT OUR SENATE Ono of the friends of Reprcsontatlvo Martin ol South Dakota was making n strenuous complaint to Mr. Martin about tho manner In which committee assignments wcro given In tho sonato. them. ICecrai l'r a I" of farm and garden products ,mrne. ly (the thi wiiim.r'. .11.1. i .ack; UllrJ' cultivator, .f0i.tl) ihovel. Iln.h.ul.li.... blanket, all wool-Fi- rst, cook stove. QCn, geccnil . iMru, CO pounds flour, da s nour' I'ol klu e. riM. aMo uhltlt n,a. Harbt-r-blt-c- ,... i., Uo-k- a an Wo have therefore seen tho first beneficial effects of education and proper examplo upon this neglected people. Tho chnnges which havo been wrought upon thoso coming In coutact with this Institution bavo been so rapid and sweeping that It challenges credulity. Tho difference between them and tbo Navajos on somo other parts ot tho reservation Is so marked that U107 would not bo taken for tho samo people, and It Is thcso differences, thnt commend tho policies and practices Initialed by Mr. Shelton at this Institution and places It In favorublo contrast with other govern-m.and private Indian schools. nt no chanco." said Mr. Martin's friend, "but If he's a thousand years old bo can get the best committee Job." "That reminds me," said tho South Dakota member, "of what Seth llullock remarked to ma when I took him over to the senate ono tlmo. After looking them over, Seth said: 'Geo, Martlul That looks llko a soldiers' home In there.' " Kocheater Herald. "A new senntor, howover nblo ho may be, baa Frankfort, Ky. State Inspector and Eamlner Thatcher roported to Gov. of Wlllson that certain officials ot the Will Be Held on Tenth Anniversary Death. Kentucky Children's Home society of Louisville had been permitted to draw . Frankfort. Ky. Miss Lily Coobel. upon its funds an open account nnd In daughter of advanco on salary accounts. Thatcher tho beautiful Justus Goebel and niece ot the lata said Supt. George L. Sehon had an Gov. William Goebel, has been select open account ot $1,500 and had aded by tho committee on arrangements vanced salary to the amount of $200. to unveil the monument of Gov. Goe- W. II. Collins, an employe ot the sobel In tho State cemetery In this city ciety, had been advanced $36.35, February 3, tho tenth anniversary of Thatcher said, but had paid it back the death of Gov. Goebel. The prin- when ordered to do so. cipal speech of the occasion will bo made by former United States Sena tor James D. McCreary, ot Richmond, who Is chairman of the Goebel monument commission, and by former Gov. J. C. W. Beckham, who sutceeded Gov. Winchester, Ky. The city council Goebel as Kentucky chief executive. elected J. A. Hughes, mayor; F. P.PenThis part of tbo program has been de- dleton, police Judge; J. A. McCourt, cided on by tho committee on arrange treasurer. These officials had previments and was announced by Judge ously been nominated by a democratic IxjwIs McQuown, of this city, who Is primary. tho chairman of the committee. Judge McQuown also appointed a Vanceburg. Ky. Thomas Deckel, C", committee, consisting of Mnyor James II. Polsgrove, County shot and killed Thomas Applegate, 24, Judge R. C. HIcatt nnd J. Paul Avis, near Tolesboro, this county. It is sold president ot tho Young Men'n Demo- Applegate entered the home of Deckel cratic club, to take charge of the local and cut him with a knife when Deckel arrangements, nppolnt the reception shot hlra twice with a revolver. A Jury held Deckel blameless. committee, to provide for the trans- coroner's portation ot tho persons who attend Sharpsburg, Ky. Forty-si- x years tho ceremonies, to get transportation from tho depot to tho cemetery and at- ago tho Dath county courthcuso was tend to such other work as can bo burned by federal soldiers, and tho done. It is expected that tho unveil- United States court ot claims has deing ot the Goebel monument will be cided that tho county Is entitled to attended by more people from over the $4,500. It remains for congress to apstate than any such occasion that has propriate the money. taken placo In tbo state. Tho proDeattyvillo. Ky. The Loulsvlllo & gram will bo announced later, but tho services will bo held In the afternoon, Nashville, which recently bought tho which la the most convenient time be- Louisville & Atlantic, running into the tween trains'. Tho legislature will bo mountains of Eastorn Kentucky, has In session nt tho time, and will attend filed a mortgage for $50,000,000 In favor of tho Unltod States TrustvCo., ot tlio services In a body. New York. Tho morigago covers the Loulsvlllo &. Nnshvllle nnd th& AtlanACT OF HEROISM tic. Knoxvllle & Cincinnati division of During Civil War Recalled by Death the L. & N. of William C. Stuart. loulsvlllo, Ky. At a meeting of city Winchester, Ky. William OalUklll and county health oltlclala a resolu Stuurt, ono ot Winchester's oldest and tion was passed asking that tho fiscal citizens, Is dead. Ho wns court appropriate 5,000 for tho conttndeputy sheriff of Clark county during tianco ot the tuberculin testing ot cat tho civil war, under bis brother, Sam tle. A communication from tho Board uel G. Stuart, wbon tbo latter, with ot. Trade providing for tho reimburse only about 2S mon, surprised and cap ment ot dairymen whose cattle havo tured a confederate battalion of over been killed In accordance with the 10O tho night before they had planned laws governing tuberculin cattle, was Indorsed. to raid and capture Winchester. 1 The Commonwealth best-know- - CHINESE GIRL IN AMERICA A snap-sho- t of Miss Wu Ting Fang, taken whIU she was autolng recently, shows tho young lady dressed quito In tho stylo ot tho American girl, end apparently the samo acuto Interest In tho pleasant sport tb,at her girl friends In Washington might feel. After all, It will be the women who will finally break down all barriers and maks the whole world more nearly akin. Lexington, Ky. Circuit Judgo Par ker denied the petition of J. T. Slado and others for nn Injunction against tho city and Its oHlcIuJs to prevent tho effectiveness of tho recently ndoptod contract between tho city ot Islington and tho Hydraulic Manufacturing Co. Frankfort, Ky. Tho work on lock No. 12 011 tho Kentucky river at Ir vine will bo completed by Jan. 1 nnd the river will bo opened for navigation about that tlmo. Tho log trade will bo transferred from tho pool above lock No. 12 to lock No. 11. Loulsvlllo, Ky.ncu Dillon, veteran flro fighter and chief of the Louisville department, died us a result of injurlei sustained vthen his automobile wai wrecked en route to u fire. Chief Dillon was born In this city June 13, 1860, Most of hi life waa spent here. ,i 8ond. "'J f0r pounds Hour. Hostou at- - l.'!!a,, farn b,ankct collcctlou, Ulch tike all' other CUSTOMS MEN PUZZLED took Ave men and three women at the bouse anil tho silk buyer of a Loulsvlllo department store to fli the valuue ot a kimono th6 NavaJ8 flr,t It Covington, Ky. Fire of an unknown origin partly destroyed the plant of the Covington Lumber Co. Mr. Hage- meyer, vlcu president of the company, tated that the loss would roach about 130,000, and that It was fully Insured. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COLD WEATHER Cold weather invariably means coughs and throat troubles, and a cough once started may easily terminate seriously if not checked. As the best cough remedy we ' fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT" T On tho water-wagon To Our Patrons We extend to you our thank, in rccog. nition of the loyalty thown by you in this, our moit successful year of year. We have no flowers of speech.no pretty words to offer nothing but our sincere appreciation of your support; a hope that we may be of greater assistance to each of our friends, and a wish that ev. ery good desire of your heart will be realized during the year that it new. heartily recommend HOT DRINKS Now. Cowglll's I Tar Pine This syrup quickly, surely and safely relieves all coughs, colds, bronchitis, hoarseness and other throat and lung troubles. It is pure and sure, and pleasant to take. Use it and be safe. whnt do you say about bettor now, roads Buy your coal A Coal Co. Hickman Ice wife In l layton Sunday. ( larvneo Heed spent frl' nds In Dyornbiirg. Marvin Kllppln and visited Chrlstmns wt HELM & ELLISON rri CALDWELL BOWDEN. Whllo Christinas weddings were In order, W. C. llowden, ot this city, hied himself away to Nashville, where he was united In inarrlngo to Miss 1'nullno Caldwell, vho resided In tills O Dornan spent Christinas with relatives In Dyersburg. 'or Kverly, of Dirk, Mo., was hero iln'uday on business. John I'. Under died nt his homo In Fulton, Thursday night 1L r LEON D. SMITH DEAD. for Sale Vorkipen's Lois ! city until last Septerabor. Both parties are well and favorably known hero. Tho bride is a daughter of Mrs. Alice Caldwell, who now reMr. llowden Is sides at Nashvlllo. a son of E. II. llowden. They will make their home In this city, ami the Courier Joins their many friends In congratulations. O G. B. Bond's Addition to West Hickman The pest E. M. BRADLEY DEAD. best located and Cheapropert you can buy. make me EASY E. M. Bradley, age 71 years, ono of tho pioneer citizens of this county, died at his homo In tho Hush Creek neighborhood, Wednesday night, ot last week. Kidney trouble, togothor with his advanced age, caused his death, although he had been in bad health for several years. Deceased bad resided in tho county almost slnco boyhood, and was highly respected by all who know him. He was a member of tho Methodist church and always identified with all movements for better things. Ills loss will be felt keenly by hla neighbors and loved ones. He is survived by his wife and two children Mrs. W. II. Prewltt and Finis Bradley, also a large number of relatives. The best that can bo said of man Is that he was a good man this we say of Mr. Bradley. GROCERY STORE BURNS. Moso Barkett is having anything but "A Happy New Year." Whllo confined to his bed, nursing a shotgun wound In his leg, his gro- Will See TERMS. Lots ONLY. sola to WHITE PEOPLE at the Oil Mill. -- G. MULES i B. Bond. one ot tho leading business men of Hickman, died very unexpectedly nt his home in this city. Tuesday morning. Dec 21 Mr. Smith had been In delicate health for somo time, but was not thought to bo dan K irons Kwn tho day preceding his death ho was down town looking nfto his duties as business manager ot tho lilrkman Furniture Co. This prob ably caused the collapso as ho wan unable to llo down that evening, and tlie end enmo peacefully the next morning whllo ho sat In his chair. Death wiiti duo to some affectation of tho bronchial tubes. Leon was 28 years of age tho eldest son or Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith born and renred In this city. After completing his education, ho accepted a position as traveling salesman for a St Uwls firm This ikmRIoii lit held until mado manager of tho Hickman Furniture Company Iloserv Ieon I). Smith, Chanlng. by Schmidt, tho Tailor ll flower orders receive our best at', niton Miss Ilonnlo Carpenter. Ho Cheshire, ot Nashville, spent i hrmunas witn .miss Mabel WlUun. If Its in the ..ocery lino, we H. Moore. Pono No.4. What 'a the latest? French a hare Dry Bradley & Parham Sir TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. MULES i We havo about CO head of good work mules, ranging from threo to eight yonrs old, for sale. Also a fow horses and good mares. Will sell cither for cosh or credit wltli good note. J. F. &. S. L. Doddt Co. Murchison-.AIcxander. STRAY MULE. On Thursday, December Oth, 1909. s M. Nnlfch and wife, and MIm while ramped In liike County, Tcnn.. itirdie t.iovor wero in Clinton last southwest of Mnbfl, one of my mules w.-strayed away. It is three yearn old. m hands black, ninre Rv C. I.. Prlco has returned to past, mealy nose andmule, round the light Fulton after a visit with lllekman high, eyes. Any Information leading to tho trends. reeovory of the mule will be properly F. I.. King and wife, of Clayton. rewarded. W. A. 8CAI.K8, R. F. D. re guests of 8. M. Nalfoh and lfo No. 7, Denton, 55 this week. MUs Mary Clark spent the. Christ FARMERS' INSTITUTE. mis holidays with her parents in I 'a Owing to a misunderstanding as lo Ky. dtuih. the datn of tho Fanner' Institute of Don't start tho new year borrowing Fulton rounty last season, tho Comtt, - Courier. For goodness sake, sub- - missioner of Agriculture baa decided to havo an Institute held at Fulton siriuo ror it. on Thursday and Friday, the 13 and Head the Courier's special January It of January. 1910. Good farm topsubscription offer. Two paper for ics will be discussed and every arrangement mado for an Interesting UK IJUIiUAIL meeting. good them Tho. Gucrln and family spent sev ance and Give will bea amply attendyou repaid cral days last Week with A. J. Kim for the time spent. bro, at Crutchfleld. O A Hickman Independent Telephone Comply Uallow, R. U. .. ., llallow. A. L. (DuN-h- , ' i-t llallow, J W. -1 H Hallow. W. C 38 Uottorsworto & Trailer 6- -3 6 6- . r Sun Hut. trd, Dn ctfw ll Colton & Adams SboS :? Curlln, I'. II.. Dr . . 132 Dodds Co., J. V. s. L OfEw 35 Dodds Co, J. 4 8. U ff4 31 Dodds. W. A . , ,000, 3 3 Davis. A. W, Mir .. 16 Davis, II. T M 13 Fultnn County Court .. 160 lllackford r I fire and burned to the ground about 4:20 yesterday morning. None of tho stock was saved, as the blaze had made good headway when discoverHe purchased this store about two months ago from Jas. White both building and stock. He carried about $900 insurance on tho wholo tiling, and will lose about tho same amount. The origin ot the fire is unknown. It is rumored that two men wero in tho vicinity of the storo a few minutes before the fire broke out. It is also said that these two men, who wero on horseback, wero to say "the d thing Is caught alright; let's go." The men rode off. Wo cannot vouch for this story, but it is the concensus of opinion that store was set afire. over-heard cery store in West Hickman caught ed. Attorney W. H. Hooks, of the bar, has sued Editor O. J. of tho Murray Ledger for for an alleged slanderous charging Hooks with night riding In Colloway county. Jon-nln- prlzo cattle. County Assessor Beadles Is telling a good story about It. E. Kellcy's Ask him. On Dec 29 at 6 :30 o'clock in the evening at the Methodist church, at Cayce, Mr. Robert Alexander, a prominent farmer, of near Crutch-fieland Miss Lucy Murchison, second daughter of Mrs. Fannie Murchison, and the pretty neice of W. B. McGehee, were united in marriage. The church was beautifully decorated with holly and white, in- i terspersed with tiny waxen candles. cd efficiently In this capacity for six Miss Bessie Johnston and Walter years or until bis death. It may Oliver being attendants and Messrs. also bo said Uiat he was a wldoa and made the Guy and Sam Johnston ushers. The wake business man Company a pay Hickman Furniture bride, leaning on the arm of her at-- 1 Ing investment Ho was also elided tendant, Miss Bessie Johnston, and by a handsome majority, coroner of the groom, with his attendant, Mr. Fulton county in tho November elecot his in Itself, Oliver, marched down to the altar tion. This, throughout a proof county popularity tho two hearts He had many warm friends here and where Rev. Walker made beat as one. It was a beautiful wherever known, and was a man of ceremony and transcends anything splendid habits. It Is certain, death of its kind ever seen in the village nipped a useful career. Ho was a member of tho Episcopal of Cayce. church, tho I. O. O. F. and W. O. W The haopy couple was the recip- Lodges. Funeral services were conducted at ients of many nice presents. Mrs. Alexander Is a charming tho homo Wednesday afternoon, by Kev. Gelgcr and Hov. Wilson, nfter lady and was the belle of the little Which the remains were given In circle in which she moved. chargo of tho I. O. O. F. lodgo for They were given a supper by Mr. burial at tho CItr Cemetery. Deceased is survived by his parenta L. Alexander and wife, of Crutch-fielono Frank. Ills untluie and the next day a few friends anddeath brother sad blow to both rot was a ly were invited to dine with them at atlves and friends. the home of the bride. May all things gloriously bright HEALTH AND VITALITY. and Joyous ever attend them. Mott's Nervine Pills o d, d, last night and today things present n real wintry aspect. J A Numer. of Fulton, and Sllia Maggie iA.0 Adams, of Waverly, wero ir arneu meaciay ailernoon. Ileacham Fleming orders hi paper sent to Ft. Russell. Wyo., instead ot an t'ouvcr Ilarracks, Wash. Alright menu Klrla Hale returned to Pembroke. Wednesday, after spending a week here tho guest of C. T. tlonduratit aim wire It. A Henrr. rr ih Tennessee I.lfo Inauranco Company, was hero n few days oi loro inrisimaa. Miss Hester Ilrlttnln nn,l I Rucker, two popular young proplo of Fulton, wero married at tho homo ot Tom Fields. Dec. 30th. Horace Kcttersworlli, wife and baby or Jackson, Miss., spent the holidays witn nis urollior. E. Ilctterswortli. nud old Hickman friends. Horace is prospering In his now homo. Frank McCracken. formerly riiinlov cd In the office of tho Mongol Dux Co., in this city, but now In tho lum bor business In New Albany. Ind. spent tho holidays here, tho guest of snow storm struck this vicinity 17 14 INSTALLED. Tuesday night, the following officers were Installed by the Columbian Woodmen for the year 1910: OFFICERS Farmers Oin 1 Grain Co Farmers & M.n hai j IUtl office t 2 4- Oray, R. L. .... V En. .Offki Hickman Courier .. 9 Hickman Drug Co. ,8tcn 20 Hickman Furniture Co 4S cffl.i Hickman Ice Coal Co C7 Hickman Wagoo (j office I. O. O. F. OFFICERS, 11 Hickman Hardware Co. Sun v Tonight. (Thursday) Fulton Ixxlce, 160 Hubbard 4 lllackford, I)n offici No 83. I. O. O. K-- . will Install the 63 lllckmin Hank M :C Hubbard, Dr J II following officers for 1910: S. I). I.uten, Noble Grand. F. M. Frovow. Vice Grand. 6 Ixdford & lUudla J. T. Dillon, Secretary. w 27 Left. A. II. Tom Dillon, Jr., Treasurer. II. T. Davis, Trustee. 0ffici . 2 Moore, Frank S. . 21 T. C. IlonduranL Cardinal. tl. I.. Cnrpenler. Consul. It. W II. Moore, Counselor. Doyle Jurney. Hanker. J. T. Dillon. Clerk. Guy Coffee, Herald. Rube Moore. Guardsman. F.. Hettersworth, I'llot. Henry Clay. Viceroy. Dr. l M. Illnckford. Physician, I'e Salmon, llckett. - Johnson. (' M tn Office Offici 3J4 King. Norris 48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co. 13 Hickman 1'acklsg Co. , . 10 Helm 6 ElUaon . Sun Hickman Furniture Co, w"trNCOHI,OKATIJUtf Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky Tmltphonm No, 90 Tho great nerve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the system and renews tho normal vigor. For Bale by druggists or by mall, $1 Mian Vent Tlinnina ntiinrtfilm.il n por box, C boxes for $5. Hickman number of friends Sunday nt an luncheon and dinner nt linr Drug Co., Incorporated. homo near Shuck Switch. Tho guests from lllcKnum WITH Mmiu llnnl o Itlco Neighbors, brother of N. IC Johnson, Uertyo Mae HIco, Dottle. Da Miss I.eonn Honor, daughter of Neighbors, ot this city, was run viunuii.unu aiury uiarK, Hobt. Itoper, of Cayce, was married down by an automobile In Memphis, fir.t-clas- s FOR SALE-O- ne Sunday, resulting in a fractured Sunday before Christinas to Will a well known young farmer ot skull und broken leg. His condition CREAM SEPARATOR. nrac is serious. this county. Congratulations. SPECIAL NOTICE. All Columbian Woodmen are earnestly requested to meet at the Odd Fellows Hall next Tuesday night as business of importance needs the attention of the entire membership. J. T. DILLON, Clerk. accepieu a position with Hardy, & Jones, at Union City. Mr, Curlln mado many friends while In Jllckmnn who regret his departure, At tho Farmem' limtltniii In ! hold nt Fultnn nn thn ISili nml lith of this month, a iloleirntii will tin elected to represent the farmers of uio county at inn mate, institute nt Frankfort. Ky., of which duo notloe win oo given. Mn-lonolo-un- Dan Ilrlggs left Monday night for Mem phis. Hobt. Dellow spent Christmas with relatives near union City. J. F. Hoyster and wife, of Fulton vuiiicu menus it) una city aionuay. MUs Krankyo Held. Miss May Holmes and Herman Dob Watson fell Tuesday from tho Choale, of Win go, were married Sun stnvo mill skid way to the ground, a day. distance of about twenty feet, and Guy Halo attended tho Hachelons for a time was thought to bo serious ly hurt, but afterwards dovelopcd thai Unit nt Union City Thursday evening or last week. no was only siigntiy injured. Miss Kstellu Rcneau spent the II. K. Curlln. who has been with holidays with friends and relatives Ilros, vfor serernl years, has In I'aducah. Ellison 28 Newton, Jas I Kd 42 14 lUce, N. L. ...... Rice, U C ..... .. ,Sun UtW 62 43 Speight, II. ... 77 Smith & Ambers 1L . Scat & Uggatc ..Bet .Store 63 4 2i Sudberry. W. T . Self. Tom 1 Southern Express Co. .sun ..Bet ,0ffiM 44 4 3 Mi Townscnd, J. A. Townscnd, Otis . . 114 Townscnd, James ,.Kel Brt. Jof-ferle- tically new. Will sell cheap. L. r. ELLISON. You Who Spend Twice for Fuel cI What You Should Mil CmI. Sard or wwi Burst City Marshal Dillon collected 1174 fines from transgressors of tho city inws uuring tno month of December. Uy Heck, Hickman has tho best sot ot officers sbo has ever had, and tho best in tno statu. Compare thosof Ik ures with thoso of two or three years ago. On Tuesday afternoon following unnsimas, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard and Mrs, A. K, Kennedy entertained a number of friends at Hook. Tliero were ten tubles and tho games much enjoyed. A salad courso was serv ed. .Mrs, Will Horron. of Chattnnoo-go- , and Mrs, U. 8. Harrison, ot Menu, Ark., wero guests. With every vearlv aiihaerlnllnn' in tho Hickman Courier received thla month, wo Will Blvu frc for mm vnfit thO Woman's World, a Iilrmllilv tnmr. uzliio devoted to fashions, stories, and current iiieraiuro. Any lady will it Remember, this offer Is good only for tho inoutli or t nllltiirv This publication Is edited by liyrou Williams, one ot tho most talented writers or. mo prwsnt day. n We'll save you a third or half your fuel bill this season it you will listen to reason. If it was ju.vu iasi winier, now wouiu ?io,uu sounu lor mis yearr Remember, we guarantee to save a third the fuel proper use will save at least half. And just stop to think the amount saved In fuel will pay the cost ot the stove Cola's Hot Blast saves its cost and over. Will we guarantee Ibis? Vesi We guarantee: man, spent tho Christmas holidays -with II. II Green nml family. inn 10 "Tho Quaker" Urk Arch Do How and Clarence Reed at 7.iW -- Uf Jan. tended the dance In Dyersburg. Mon Marri 'd Mrs. Feb. "To day night following Christmas, Lyric Miss Anna Outten wan tho guest ot Minister's Vm Tho hor sister, Mrs. Clara Johns, In Cor tho Lyric Inth, Miss., during the holidays. FOD. 16 ioo nn"- Tho V. D. C. will meot nt tho 'riC' ..L-t- t homo of Mrs. Magglo Handle neil Anrll 3 "Tho JKnuoi Tuesday atterjioon at 3 oclpck". V. R. McDanlel. of Memphis, spunt u-lllt"1 mo Holidays witn ins parents, .M. A- rrayer iue"i'i - , sbj.McDanlel and wife, near Hickman, V j p. P Uliapei rnuuj n Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary day hcikk) "br ner Society of tho Methodist church will ml preacning i r A hold session with Mrs. A. M. Dellow, N .MflllUlljr of la" , at 3 p. in., Friday, Jan. 7th. On Friday afternoon ... " i r Hhiima Sunday School at tho Methodist church Sonday morning at v:i, and preaching at 11 a. in. and 7 P. tn.. by Ceiieni aaiuu u the pautor. Rev. G. W Wilson. I'ray wero terved. or meetings every Wednesday uven-- I tiirmJTnTrl A..ln Wilson r at un o. 7 o'clock. UK at All tho members McFerrln are urged to attend tho services. To visit to his jmrents. Iter uu begin tho now year, a general Itivlta Wilson. tlon Is given. l"ord, of "!r00l,I(rt.el 19-"- liicle 3-- .Bet. Wheelor, U R. Mrs. I. H. Smith and son. of Clin 30 Wright. Kd ton. were guests of her brother, Will iiartnn, last week. Mrs. W. A. Johnston and children spout n part of tho holidays with ret atlves in llrowiisvllle, Tetin. rTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTH"' j Robert Douglas, formerly of Hick 36 j.. M-"- st ?- - -- - . f" l '12 P Cole's Hot Blast d In fuel over any A living ot lower draft stovs ot Ida l amo lUe, with soft coal, slack vr lltnlte I -- Tht Cole's Hot UUit will useltsthard coal lorbeatioir a given apace (ban any bate burner made wltb sania sit lira pot. 3 Tbat tbe rooms can be heated from one to (wo boun each rooming with the soft coal or bard coal put In tbe stovs the evening before. 4Tbit tbe i tove will bold Bra wltb soft 1 - coal from Saturday night until Monday morning. unltorm heat day and night, with sol( coal, bard coal or lignite. 6 Tbat alove will rrroalu absolutely airtight aa long aa mod. 7 That the leed-doe- r la and will remain I moke and dint proof. AU we atk la tbat the itove ibalt be opvrated according lo direction and set up wltb a good Hue. 3- OooooooooooooO o 1 have tho Docbner Medicine Co. Wood Elixir and Liver lief ulutor, ono 'of tha most power- ful blood and system cleansers known today. Office hours 8 a. ui. to 2 p. in. all day Satur- - Mrs. Rllla vis ami -A o o aVf WHY Noi o popham's o BEM -A- STHMA o Olves prompt and K o every cau' o HM II. Trial o , moll. ICC. 0 - Corof o WIIIUms'M'- o o o o o ,,, n ni Hickman Hardware Co. (Incorporated) day. DR. o J. 0. MORRIS PW Hickman, Kentucky. OooooooooooooO C. P. (Porter) Shumato, of this city has accepted n position as Supervisor of Agencies for Kentucky with tho Announcement desire to have The Round Table 1910 GreetinggroBBBBBSnkv - announce to my friends nnd the public that acquired tne tty. All kinds of meats Greater Hickman. at Moore's We desire to thank our friends and I 'SBS Cv Fountain, Cigar, Candy Moving pictures every night at the LYRIC. customers for the very liberal patronage given us during the year of 1909 and assure you that we will do our best to merit a continuance of same. Wishing each and every one of you good health and abundant prosperity and Post Card Business I believe can bring present ,usiness at the very highest standard by handling lines up to the prompt and cflicicnt service. ny the best and giving litinna hooc to merit a continuance cordially invite you to make this If your patronage, and I von llmf I slinll nut ... l.n,L,,,nrtra. I nssilff j LjQfg your nciuij"" effort to please, ana give you l uv cents worth orth every spend with me. or every dollar you 1 , 1 ) Tinware and store fixtures at tersworth & Prather. Bet- sbbbbbbhV 4 the niw"M" -- -o " location. Itlng her parents, Otto Hertwcck nnd WHO. Mr. Ida Golilhrrir. nf Dhln U via. A. G. Klmhrn nml fntnllr annnt n fow days last week with relatives at Crutchfleld. icspccuuiiy, Arthur Ilaln rotnrnnil Mnnitnv In 8prlng mil, Tenn., whero ho Is attending Bchool. List your real cstato with tho Cour ier. If wo don't sell IL it doesn't cost you a cent Mrs. G. S. Harrison, nf Minn. Arlr went to Troy, Tenn., Tuesday, to vis- It relntlves n fow days. Miss Lucllo I'osey. of Union Cltv. returned homo Monday nfter n visit with Miss Nell Iloudurant. during the year 1910, we remain New England Mutual Llfo Insurance Co. Wo nrn clml fn ma ntt friend land this Job. Thero's nothing mo buuu ior n man hko nim. O Yours gratefully, II. C. week. Stubbs visited in Fulton Inst Padu-ca- h The Hickman Drug: Co. . (INCORPORATED.) Oce Harris CLALS A GOOD A. M. Tyler was hero from Monday. FELLOW STILL. V It- -' u fate linro willed be given "Our i, tills rear. nine of, tbo year, ...... i uuuu iiau It -, t u suit or mo orioe, l,s .Myrtlo Miller, I tamo tbo wlfo of jor editor of tho ii l 1. x o. Mo., Dec 27tb, t last year, tho reait tre forced to rood up of our partner' , ; ) .: .'! iiiic ll.- - i; l . c. ; u . r ul L bate had the op- if the meanness of J - truth about the ac k! tin- - brldo and wcj r... . J , to j L.ffi o to Kiy that wo perfectly satisfied. uiiic In our editorial after too event auhuitlc version of coou (.aurcn, pastor oi uiu uiuciBiiuB. - a daughter of t . cf tlic belt families In .t .! . cute null tno uay r s sbe wan accredited g ixcviient ;vu judgment, mi know ua perhaps bega z& It li a no small mat' V' s.J :.rc to ui, oven, how i. i I t to iliaro our trouble : s an editor baa,) ei- ; i.i t lias known her ol iw i -c lit cr of Sturgeon, Mo., former home,) and C M. lanfool days." Uut to bna an enormous t i n; t: il c.'age, which baa Just lo a tent t .:zi ii cot a politician, so-- i l;f pilar lt the church. so i :i cud has not mounted - Miss Ilonnlo Carpenter for cut lira. Kntn Jnrkami nml rhll.lrnn of Columbus, aro tho guests of her flowers of all kinds. lister, Mrs. IxjuIs Threlkeld. C. P. Shumnto went to Loulsvlllo COURIER'S DECEMBER ROLL OF Tho Woman's World and Hlckmnn Saturday on business. HONOR. Courier, both for ono year for one Lawrenco Coombs wont to Cairo Tho following bnndnomo and ac dollar, If ordered thin month. this week on business. complished folks enrolled their names Miss Mary Klmbro has returned Miss Bonnlo Carpenter, agent for on tha Courier's subscription list last froi.i Crutchfleld, whero alio hns been Joy Floral Co. cut flowers. month: lultlng relatives slncu Christmas. Miss Eutlo I'arlinm has returned Mrs. K. Case. City. We regret being unablo to nrlnt A. L. llnllow, Ilouto 1. the council nrocecdlnRs this week. homo from Clnrksville, Texan, W. J. Fields, Koutc i. They will bo In next week's paper. Mrs. Carrie Turner, of Clinton, was Mrs. W. II. Graves, City. guest of Mrs. S. M. Nalfch this II. Tyler Ileale. City. Miss Inez Luton, who has a posi tho week. Louis Atwlll, Itauto i. tion as teacher In Leltchflcld, Ky., II. V. Johnson, Cayco. Hpent tho holidays hero with home Mrs. Henry Metheny. of Cairo, 111., Justin Atteberry, Cayce. folks spent tbo holidays wlUi Mrs. C. II. Mrs. J. h. Shaw, Btate Line. Parham. Mrs. Snvnnnah Green, City. Miss Inez Williamson, of McLv- Mra. J. T. Fuller, City. moresvllle. Tenn., attended tho CarJ. A. Moore ,ls In Louisville this penter Whltesldo wedding Monday week on business with tho Mengel Gordon Hire, Cayre. night. Mrs. V. 0. Johnnie, Ilanlwell. Dox Co, , W. M. Coaon, City. Three months subscription to the Mrs. Sam Parker wnnt In TrnvA. H. Fleming, Vancouver tlnrracks. Washington, Courier will cost you only 25c. Try Tenn.. Monday to visit relatives for It. 8. Fleming, Ft. Sill. Qkla. It three months, If you are not al u luw uuys. K. !. Wright, City. ready taking IL Miss Inez Parker returned Sunday J. D. Ilepler, llnvcnden 8pgs Ark. from Holly Springs, Miss., where sho 0. V. Tucker, Hells, Tenn, Misses Homer Green and Frankye a wceK. J. W. Henton, Haute 2. Field attended tbo dance In Columbus visncu A. K. McConnell ,Houte 3. Friday nig tit nnd visited Cant, llrad- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Metheny. of I, . V. Smith. City. ley and family until Sunday, Cairo, visited Hickman relatives dur Frank Watson, Ilouto 4. Edgar Naylor and wlfo returned ing tho holidays. J. W. Wilson, Itouto 3. Wedneidny morning from Greenfield, A. W. Davie, Houto 2. Miss Inn lloyer. teacher nt Stubbs Tenn., where they havo been visiting School House, visited rclaUvcs In A. C. Hacon, Houte 3. Her. and Mrs. J. W. Waters. I). C. Coram, route 3. Obion last week. J. T. Robertson. Ilouto 1. Hickman has a splendid set of now Dr. J. T. Baker and wife, of Mem C. A. Ferry. City. officers. Give them your support; phis, spent tho holidays with John W. J. Logan. City. Hay a good word for and encourago Stubbs In this city. McnUee, City. C. II. them in their efforts to build up the W. II. Caldwell, City. town. J. R,' Drown, wife nnd daughter. Fred Coffmnn. Sturgls, Ky. Annlo Lee. visited Mrs. Arthur Shaw Lira Ilryant, Ilouto 4. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Maddoz gave a at Stato Line, Suuday, L. C. WesL City. watch party Friday night nt their Joo Oakley, Cooter, Mo. homo near Stato Lino In honor of Thad Canter, of Lynvlllo. Ky.. was J. IL Dallas, City. Mlsios Lnura and Marino Drown and tho guest of E. 11. Uowden and famMiss Homer Green, City. ily during tho holidays. uuim lirucr. - CARPENTER WHITESIDE. At tbo homo of tho bride, in this city, Monday evening, at 8:30, Miss Loulso Carpenter became tho wlfo of Mr. C. D. Whiteside, of Tahlequah, Okla. Tho beautiful words which united this popular couple were Bald by Kev. O. W. Wilson, of tho First Methodist Church. The wedding was a very quiet af fair, only a fo.w relatives and friends of the contracting parties being pres ent to witness the culmination of this happy romance. While simplicity was tho keynote of tho wholo affair, tho home was tastily decorated with potted plants and presented a most exquisite effect. After receiving tbo congratulations of those present, Mr. and Mrs. White side were driven to the depot where they boarded the 10:30 train for SL lx)uls to spend a few days. From thero they go to Tahlequah to make their future home. The brldo Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carpenter, and ono of Hickman's sweetest and most charming young ladles ono who will graco any station In life and mako a worthy companion. She Is one of tho fow girls who havo shunned the glamour of fastidious extremes and breathed tho air of common sense, and noble Do You Carry Fire Insurance Just think what you would have in case your property should go up in smoke, when if you carried a policy in cne of my companies you would have sometning to starth with again. Don't put this matter off or you may be too late. R. T. TYLER, Agent. Slogans Sewing Machine runs lighter than any conthe newspaper business-bei- ng nected with the Tahlequah Herald. This ho may overcome In time. Otherwise, ho has "kept tho commandments from his youth up," and stands high in business and social circles of his homo town. The Courier Is certainly pleased to extend them our best wishes. In O womanhood. About Uio only bad thing that can be said of tho groom is that he Is other. lasts longer tkan any other. la FREE is more beautiful than any other. J. ' cf fame Li nz. buiy endeavor-- I the red at tho 3 Li. LJth tlmo for dreaming t 2 - is. Ho purports to c. ro- r.d at be Intend profession, tbo chanc (a es I. will always buve to to k .. c:i speaking terms wit i.' at . u.,au-k i t so ., .1 of so high that ho from hit follow- - K. Itoitou, Kenton, Tonn. L. II. Ilacon, Ilouto 3. V. F. MontKomery, City. Will K. Holcombe, Jackson, Miss. City. It, M. MOSES BOWLING. J grocor man, C r iic only friends that saw at ' r which tho four of t. a t w days in BL v i can bo established r man wo wilt bo nt t aaf days, hatlne bocn do- (cr a ,uiatcd sum, tho uso c! I Kiilson's bouses on J, l j tan rnko somo lum ibuild a "lean-to- " in ' tur partner, and hs lus. r 1 'if fflr-- n .s.'s W.i - sis 11 ' t-- ,d f:- a a ly In for tbo croom and Itc bride are ut Uits forget to rcnow your i need It now moro order. ;f-- GENTLEMEN. !; fr lawy tl-- i 'fi "0 "J Silk Mufflers. French Dry moth not .shrink or Injure tho d VU. by Carl Schmidt. City. II. C Atnberg. City. Dr. Stafford, City. J, I(. Evans, San Diego, Cal. Jno. Dotson, City, A. J. Anderson, City. J. D. Morrow, City, Clnrcncft Owens, Jdosrow. Mra. Ilolle Caldwell, l(outo 3. NaUian Tally, City. Auty Daniels, City. C. F. Ileckham, City. T. T. Swayno. City. Mrs. E. Johniton. Hlpley, Tenn- Fred Furccll. Warren. Ark. Mrs. N. B. I'hllllpa. Haverhill, Mass. Mrs, K. V. llaaaett. Atlanta, ua, v M Provow. Cltr. Miss Nnnnlo Tankoraley. Illythovlllo Ark. Mrs. Jonnlo Mooney, uity, Al Johnson, Itouto 3. J. F. Moslor. Ilouto 5, Wm. T. Horton, City. Miss Mary Tempa Uurnott.Clty. G. W. Ladd. Ilouto 2. A. 8. Darkett, City. Mrs. D. O. Jeter. Happy, Tex. E. L. King. Union City. Miss Lou McUanlel, Senatb, Mo. Iler. Luther Watson, East I'ralrlo, O Mo, 1 11 !;' 4 I pi td "Ids which lies botwocn h3 nnd thn cltv. Is Jh Catlctt Blrect by Uo It rniitlilnnu (tin mm! d Elrablo Illll.llnir I"''3Mv anrlnEwill a' ' lots for roBl- - ilnno I" isb lo have your Preicrlp- nont filled quickly and PILES! PILESI Williams' Indian Mo Ointment, will rum mind. Dleedlng and Itching Plies It absorbs tho tumors, allays Inching at once, acta as a poultice, gives in stant relief. Williams' Tllo Olntmont ( nrccarcd for Piles and Itcning ot t(o private parts. Bold by druggists, us.vy., mall BOo ana il. YMllIU Props., Clovoland, onip. E8TRAY NOTICE. I represent tho Joy Floral Co.. tho Will Horron and wlfo, of Chatta nooga, have been visiting Mrs. S. M. largest floral concern In tho south. Hubbard. Mr. Herrpn formerly lived Miss Donnlo Cnprcntor. in Columbus, ami is known to many MUs Eva May Jolly returned to of tho older citizens of Hickman. Martin Tuesday after visiting Misses Mr. and Mrs. JamcB Maddox, of Nannlo and Hazel Metheny. Stato Line, gave an elegant dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pnrham and Saturday to n largo number of their menus, .Misses nunc uruor ami Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Metheny visited Lauru and Marluo Drawn were guests D, I'nrhatn and family a lew days last week. Henry and Perry Hamilton nnd C. MUs Cecil Darnes entertained a II. Parbam, mechanical engineers for fow of her friends most delightfully Mengcj Dox Co.. returned hero the Monday to finish taking tho Inven- Friday qvenlng with a Watch Party. tory of tho machinery In the plants Five Hundred was played. hero. Miss Dottlo Davidson entertained friends Arthur Shaw and wlfo. of Stato several of her Chafing last Friday evening with a Dish party. Line, had a Hrown Shaw A delightful time was bad. at their homo Sunday, and entertain- of their relatives at an od twenty-fhJ N. (Than) Rogers, who has been elegant dinner. The day was enjoy-abl- y with tho Hickman Grocery Co. for spent some time, this week accepted a po sition with tho Mongol Uox Co., and 0. h. Whyuark, of Loulavlllo. who will have chargo of their Bupply room has been employed for somo time by tho Mcngel llox Co., at that place, II, D. Goaldcr, wlfo and daughter has been located temporarily In their have returned to their homo In Ave offlco here, filling tho vacancy caus nue. Ark., after a visit with J. W. ed by tho resignation of C. P. Shu liland and wlfo. Mr. Goaldcr pur mate. chnsod 1270 acres of flno land near his homo a fow mouths o,gQ, On Mondny afternoon following ChrlstmaH, Miss Florence Darry enterIn another column of the Courier tained a largo number of her school will no ounil a notice ror a Farmers' friends at a party. Ambrosia and Instltuto to bo held at Fulton, Ky., cako wero sorved. Miss Ira and Mil on Thursday and Friday, January 13 ton Spradlln, of Oklahoma City, were and h. 1910. We aro advised uini guests, tbo matter of good roads will bo tak- ken up and thoroughly discussed, Just after pulling his skates off, Come out and tako a hnud. hp ItoBB Cheshire, who was with a skat burning issue. ing party on the Wilson Pond, fell nnd struck his forehead on tho Ice, cutttne a deep gash over tho left eye f"V tdnu'iip frnm 11. K. fhir- Ho was unconscious for soverl toln Un, and Iwve tho exclusive ageucy n o n On the evening of Dec. 30, 1909, at tho homo of tho officiating minister, Hov. Q. W. Wilson, Walter K. Howling, now of Tracy City, Tenn., and Miss Maudo Moses, of this city, were united In marriage. The bride Is a sister of Mrs. Lon Ray, with whom she has made her home In this city, coming formerly from near Mayflold, Ky. During her stay hero sho made many friends and stood high In the social circles In which she moved. Mr. Bowling Is well known here, having been In the employ of Bradley & Parham for more than a year, and has many frionds in this city. At present ho is traveling for a whole sale grocery house out of Nasnviuo. Ho Is a splendid fellow, with hustling business qualities, a member of one of tho best families of tho South, and the Courier takes pleasure In extending tho "glad hand to Mr. and Mrs. Bowling. They are now a home In Tracy City, Tonn. LOST HIS OFFICE. has less vibration than any other. t -- FREE is easier to operate than any other. makes a more perfect stitch than any other. is the best of all combined in one. &FREE FREE SEWING MACHINE CO. CHICAGO ILLINOIS ti FOB SALE BY Hickman Furoliure Co Inn peodur- On Monday evening, of last week. Mr. ami Mrs, J. T. Stephens enter, ple at their beautiful home. Progressive Hook Was played until six-han- d accurately by jittered Pharmacists TO TUB THEM 'GILL'S DRUG STORE here you may get your TnVen un by W. N. Drosfleld, living about six miles southeast of hickKv.. one red holfer about one afternoon. year old with no mnrka or uranus, per celebrated his eleventh birthday ter, l liv mo at IlZ.oO. by entertaining a mrgo numucr oi play friends at Wllness my band tuls nn uay oi hit little nchool games wero aplayed Wa Buy nnrtv. Different December, 1909. und tbe afternoon pleasantly passed. W. A NAYLOIl, J. F. O. 0 HvfreshmentB of ambrosia and caKo, nuts, candy and fruits wero greatly Hlrioa and Attest: 8. T. Iloper, Clerk. Val-isi- Esq. W. T. Shanklln, tho popular maglstrato or tho west end of tu county, was duly elected to tho offlco of maglstrato last Novonibor to suc ceed himself, but will np( ge to, IUI the nlaco. Esq. Shanku failed to appear County Judgo Naylor to bo swors) In ou, or before tho first Monday in this month, the roads being in such bad shano that ho could not got hero until Tuesday. When he arrived, 24 hours late, he learned that tho law declared hi offlco vacant, and that his successor would have to bo ap pointed by tho governor, Wo under utcs, mm ltnmi u'nll iAitrRtiitt(i hir nnd stand that tno law aiso lormus - nf liuit wnnk. tiflvn receiving the appointment, fin Tl.iiNilnv nvpntiiiavArt nun lriru.'u mu tl tlift roniltnllntl M n.i.l Mm n 1. Wnlknr ,ntnrtnln. O . the flowers that the Joy Floral ...I n fau? vniiiii- - fnlkn nt fin olefrnnt of Company put out. i wisn 10 biuiu NOTICE. dlnnor In honor of their son, Swayno, Hint nnv nntnr Inrco nr small, will Tno guosis were Airs. u. o. nurrmou, viilvn thA vnrv lli'fit flttentloll of We must Insist on all accounts and nnd Misses Leah Darry, Ilutb Klmdro the Joy Floral Co., and with my ns. and Frankye Held, and Arthur Halo., slsianco, wo win ry 10 uiuro mo uct notes, due us, or falling duo be paid Cards ana iiook wero enjoyuu. delivery and flowers satisfactory In promptly, or thoy will be put In tho every respect..niss iiuuuio unrpvu hands of the officers for collodion. Monday Ltttlo John Har talnl a largo number of young a late hour. Candy was served ing tho evening. Mrs. Stephons was assisted In receiving by Mrs. Clifford Adams and Mrs. Marlon Ityan. An tur-key- ' FURS Tallow, Fthr, uoiutn uiniani, In There should be no excuse, with the existing high prlcos for corn and cotton. J. F. & 8. L. DODDS CO. "S wants any hour enjoyed. Wool at ?C2L NIGHT '5 Driiii Store (Incorporated) Joo Hubbard and daughters. Misses Mary ond Hazel, of Fort Worth. Tax., BPOUt last TJiUrsuuy uno 8. M. Hubbard. Tbo Misses Hubbard they St. left Friday forlAhntlLouis where .i II.. of a dinner party given at tno la nia.in l Intel hv Mln uonnla Carnen ter. Tbo guests wore Miss Mabel. Wilson and Hoss Cheshire, of Nash-llloMiss Mayme Naylor and Oco Dcttlo Dollow and A. E. Miss Emma Tyler pent the iioll Harris, Miss Tpialn I.Uii Reed, and A. " nnum Mlu days witn nor ihuvim Dcilow and Miss Carpenter and U nttoudlng zchool In K. Miss Kmma Clareiico swoa. Ou Christmas evening, Miss Jessie Leo Heed, of muon, was xno nonorea DesTf-,- Rot), May Aople. Wild Olnsr. lo. W l3J6-"O- vtr and un d o b e II r lor )Cij lJun igwll or commlulon mtrthinti. Rifertnct, any Buklnloultvlllt. WrIK for vrtcUy ptkt Hit and shipping ciUtllthtl nr. tlaaUril UulinUti" hill a rcntdry In tigi, 229 K Utrkil tU M. Sabwl tk LOUIIVILLE, KY. Sons, Watch for tho BLUE MARK on tho upper right baud cornor of your Courier. It is to notify you that your subscription Is about to expire. No papers are sent out after the sub ris, W. C. need and Miss Mabel Wilson, scription Is out A. M. Alexander and Miss Loulso At O wood, U. A. DeBow and Miss Char-lott- o Miss Molllo Bourne, who has had Hubbard. A. E. Dollow. Mlsa chargo of tbo millinery department Anulo Cowglll aud MUs Bettle Doof Smith & Amberg, returned to her llow attended tho danco in Fulton. Friday night. Iicouo la uuloa city last week. excellent salad course, coffee and nuts wero sorved. Marshmallow s wero presented tho ladles nnd cigars tho geottoulon. Tho color scheme, Christmas colors of red and. white wore effectively carried out In tho score, cards and refreshments. The, following guests wore Invited: Misses Auute and Huth Ellison. Au-uCowglll, Mario Drevard, Louteo Atwood, Hazel Johusou. Bertlo May and Maggie Leo HIco, Homer Green. Dottle Davidson, Marguorltc- - Fuqua. Bettlo DeBow, Virginia Prather, Victoria, Lucilo and Nell Bondurant. Myrtlo Walker, Jesslo Leo Heed, of Fulton. Maytuo and Ethel Naylor , Slubel WUson, Inex I.utcn, Kmma Tyler, Marine and Lau ru Brown and Kmnkyo Hold, and. Messrs. H. E, Curltn, Arthur Halo. Guy Halo, It. A. Tyler, A. il. Dollow. Edwin Euqun. N. H. Holcombe, Wur-reEllison. M. D. Shaw Elvis Hale, of Pembroke, A. E, Owens, Ferdliv Maddox, Cowglll lingers. Itobt. Hussell Johnson. Mr. Wllsou, Floyd Naylor. Frank McCrocken. of. Now Albany. Ind., Harold DeBow, Edward Prather, Hoss Cheshire, ot Nashville, Ous Aloxauder, Frank Smith, A. K. Mitchell and Oco Harle Ireu.e-Holmn Do-Bo- SLIGHTLY AMBIGUOUS. I Yst r Mew J! 3YN0PSIS, i p I ,1 rescninr horn. surprise! lady in cray, rracklnr the tare containing Id gema. pne. nrparentiy, iook tinn tor a wcu Half-hyknown cmok. Daniel AnlMy nottted, Mallland oixwit. hi safe, took (herefrom the Jewel, and pave them to her, first forming a partnership In crime, rha real Dan Anisty, miRht by police of ns worm, appeared .Maiuana overcame hltr He nnd the girl went to New York n her auto, lie had the Jewel. She was to meet him that day. A "Mr. Bnalth" Introduced himself na a detect tire. To shield the clrl In Cray. Mattlaml. about to ahow him the Jewels. supposedly" lost, w felleil by a blow from "Snalth'a tane. The latter proved to be Anisty nimseit ami no swureu ine Rem. Anisty, Who was Maitland'a double, musqueradi-a tno latter rne criminal Kept Maitland'a encaremrnt irith the drlin crav Ha irnve her the Krina. The girl In Krny Visited Maltfand'a apartment durlnc his ansence and returned cm. Maitiand. Without cash, raited up his home nnd voice expostulating. heard a woman An!ty, dlruid n Mnltland, tried to rnnff rrom her tn location or tno stmt. A crah was heard at the front door Maitiand orerwhelned tho crook, nllmc- Inn him to escape to shield the young woman. Tne Bin in gray ramie nrr Jumping Into a cab. An lntant later, by worklmr a ruse. Anisty mw at her aide H took her to Attorney Ban- nerman'a ofRce. There, by torture, he tried In vain to wring from her tho locaHe left her a moment tion of the anff ah 'phoned O'Haean. only getting In the word Tell Mr Mallland under the brass bowl." th hiding place In the latter' room when Anisty heard her word. Dannrrman iilsn was rerealsd n n. crook. He and Anlstv set out to secure the gems nnd leave town. The Rlrl waa till Imprisoned. Maitiand finding the cirl (rone, searched h! room and unearthed He the Jewel under the bras howl fitrucK Anlsty'a trill In a bit olllre d . "Mart" Dan MtiltlanJ. on ffithtne lils York barh.liir cluh. mtt an attrm-livyoung woman at the door Janitor D'Hngnn assured Mm no ono had been sninin mat iiay nan aim ove roti a. woman' nnsrr print in dust on 111 desk, juon wiin a letter rrom in attorney Maitiand dined with Dflnnrrmnn, hi nt torney Dan t out for Oreenfleld. to It: hl family Jewel. .Mnlllnml, on II o 111I I I h Jk HIM II - V&ef A 1 SKIN HUMOR twcnty-llr- DIDN'T SEE IT THESftv tin, The tnini, . i r ; "ii." 'rouble n Uhlrni. fit!,., i v ; K,fr, I'nctt fa ' ry Hi Mill bI "Doctor, this Is tho worst attaev hearty laugh Present to Ki,e ,A llko ti s15 0,1 f,!'M i I 1 nn1 rji III XQrm fl i ii i in i n i ii 1 Vv'-Ni ii I Hlckey awkwardly handed her thi She sipped mechanically. h'nss 'I havo a rnb below," continued Mallland. "And I II try to arrange It so Hiat we can get nut of tho build Ing without having lo forco a way through tho crowd.'" Slio thanked him with a glance. goated Hlckey. helpfully. Is there any "Thank you thing I can do for )ou, anything you evor hnd." "Nevwr mind. It will bo your last." J"moncoi: a bt-- ,,,! of iisf-- ' " ,6'l " to 'U n,, fdu And If in old ( 25 YEARS tVi "Cutlcura did wonders for ma. roar I aufTiiri.il especially thoush.f tanretben your rheutaufL he r.rarcs.ti . Tlidres Hi freight elevator," ... aug- - ll ii II vsrsSjmn. 1 wish" continued Mallland to tho girl. standing between her nnd tho detec I1 tive. She II trf 1JU '5S5T r v in n frmWk i fMT ix-- jjs si miI ) Ml 1 I r m ii v will fin a j I CHAPTER XVe Continued. Tell him Maitiand. yielding the Initiative to I "t.xcuso me. Ho Mrs no's gottuh tho other's superior generalship, stood I seo yeh. If yen dent come out, ho'l! sentinel, revolver in hand, until the jmmo after yeh. I thought yeh M returned, overheated and detoctlvo rutcer sweating, from lijs tour, to report That's kindly thought of," Malt, "nothin doln'." with characteristic land relented. "ITi be there In a min brevity. He had the same report to ute." he added, meaningly. make on both , tho twentieth and twen Hlckoy took an lmpasslvo face to floors-where tho same pro i ho doorway, where, whether or not was observed; but as tho latter cedure Dearest," He Said Gently, "Pleats Don't Run Away from Me Again.' with design, ho stood nrcclsolr upon .was reached unexpected and very wel mo threshold, filling It with his burly como reinforcements wero gained by urgo of this wild adventure. Strango hind forced Maitiand l Into tho the arrival of a third car, containing that Anisty should hare chosen it for room. As ho recovered bo saw Hlckey shoulder. Maitiand bent again orm three patrolmen and one roundsman tho sceao of his last stand strange, hurling himself at the criminal's throat tho girl, and took her band. "Dearest," ho said, gently, "pletss ono second too late. True to hla Yet numbers created delay; Hlckey nnd strangely fatal for tho criminal! was seized and compelled to pant ox For Maitiand knew that from this pledge never to bo taken olive, Aiilsty aont run away from mo again." eyrie there was no means ot escape, had sent his last , bullet , crashing Her eyes were brimming, and fc planatlons, to his supremo disgust. read bis answer in them. Quickly It And, suddenly" Impatient beyond en- - other than by tho stairs. larougn ois own skuil. Well and good! Then thoy had the A cry of horror and consternation was no time to harry ber emotions durance Maitiand left them and alone man, and forced Itself from Maltland's throat, further; but so much he had foil ha prang up the stairs. Tho thought was flashing In his tho police halted, each whero he must say he brushed her hand with That this was simple foolhardincsi may be granted without dispute. Hut mind. Illumining the darkness of his stood, transfixed. Anisty drew him his lips and Jolnod Hlckey. Thrust It must bo borne; in mind that he was despair with tho hope that he would self up, with a traco ot prldo In his ing tho dctcctlvo gently Into the outer very young and ardent, very greatly bo ablo to forco a word as to the girl's pose; smiled horribly; put a hand room, with a not unfriendly hand upon his shouldor, Maitiand closed th perturbed on behalf of an actor In whereabouts from tho burglar oro tho mechanically to his Hps . . . door. And died. the tragedy In whom the police, to police arrived; Maltland's foot was "Now. see here." ho said quietly and Hlckey caught him as he toll, but their then knowledge, had no Interest on tho upper step, when a scream of whatsoever. And if in tho heat of mortal terror her voice! broke from Maitiand, unheeding, leaped over the firmly, "you must help mo arrango to chase he had for an Instant forgotten within. Half maddened, he threw him- body that had In life resembled him get this lady away without hor beconi her, now he remembered; and at once self bodily against tho door, twisting so fatally, and entered llanncrmaa's Ing Identified with tho case. Hlckey. I m In a position to say a good word the capture of Anisty was relegated the knob with frantic Angara that prlvato ofilce. Tho gray girl lay at length In a for you In tho right place; sho had to the status of a matter of secondary slipped upon its Immovable polished corner of tho room, shielded from ob positively nothing to do with Anisty," Importance. The real matter at stake surface. Tho bolt had been- - shot, ho was servation by ono ot the desks. Her (tins, so rar as he could tell, was a Was the safety of the girl whom Anisty. by exercise of an infernal In barred out, and, with only tho width of eyes wero closed, her cheeks woro the black a Ho as ho had ever mantifae Eenutty that passed Maltland's com a man's-- hand between them, the girl huo of death; tho fair young head was tured undor tho lash of necessity), pillowed on ono white and rounded and there s a wad In It for tho boys prehension, had managed to spirit into was In deathly peril and terror. A sob that was at the samo tlmo an forearm, In an attitude of natural rest, wno help mo out. this place ot death and darkness and Whispering halls. "Well. . . ." Tho detective shift Where she might oath roso to bis lips. Dallied, helpless, and tho burnished bnlr, Its heavy colls be, In what degree of suffering and he fell baqk, tpars of rage starting to slipping from their fastenings, tum- ed from one foot to tho oilier, eying danger these wero tho considerations bis eyes, her accents ringing in his bled over her head and shoulders In him Intently. "I guess wo can fix It that sent hru in search of her without cars as terribly pitiful as tho cry of n shimmering glory, like a splash of g freight clovalor 'nd aide entrance, flame. n thought of personal peril, but with a lost and wandering soul. Yeh havo tho cab waltln", nd " "With a low nnd bitter cry the young Eick heart and overwhelmed with a "I'll go with tho lady, you tinder "God!" ho mumbled Incoherently, men dropped to bis knees by her side. stand, and nssumo all restionslblllty stifling sense of anxiety. nnd In desperation sent tho pistol-but- t More active than tho paunch-burcrashing against tho glass. It was In tho outer ofllco tho police were as- You can como round at your con dencd detective, he had sprinted down tough, stubborn; the first blow scarce- sembled In excited conclave, blind to vcnlonco and nrrango the details with nnd back through the hallway ot the ly flawed It. As ho redoubled his ef- all save tho momentous fact of w, at my rooms, slnco you will be sc twenty-seconfloor, without discover- forts to shatter it, Ilickcy's hand shot Anlsty's last, supremely consistent act. kind." ing anything, ere tho police contingent over his shoulder to aid him. . , . For tho time Maitiand was uttorly (TO IIIC CONTINUED.) bad reached an agreement and tho And with startling abruptness tho alono with his groat and aching lone WHERE SHE MADE THE MISTAKE. Stairhead. barrier scorned to dlssolvo beforo tholr liness. After n llttio whllo timidly ho There remained two more floors, two oyes, the glass falling inward with touched her hand. It lay upturned, Mrs. Jack Frost's Experience as a final flights. A llttio hopelessly hi a shrill clatter. ftwung up the first. And as bo did so cnicken Raiser. Quaintly, with tho effect of a pic white slender fingers llko exotic polabj the blackness above him was riven by turo cast ny a cinematograph In a curling In upon tho rosy hollow of her palm. And It was soft nnd warm. "Yes, farming Is all very easy," the. tonguo ot fire, and a bullet, singing a thcro leaped Ho lifted it tenderly In both his farmer said. "Any eltv put his head, flattened Itself with a darkened auditorium, vision tho picupon Maltland's field of own, and so held ft for a space, brood make a success ot It nt tho first go-vicious spat against the marble dado ture of Anisty standing at bay, faco ot the walls. Instinctively ho pulled drawn and tense, lips curled back, ing, marveling at Its perfection. And Off." Ho snfori'd nt his thren ulrl hnnr.l up, finger closing upon tho trlggor of eyes lurid with doflanco and despair. inevitably ho bent and touched It with his revolver; flash and report fol Ho stood, poised upon the balls of his lips, as If their ardent contact era from Chicago In order to show that no nau spoKon in bitter Irony. warm lowed tho motion, and a panel of his feet, to sentience. . . lllo a cat ready to spring. would fingers Ittightened upon his . own, ".Mrs. Jack Frost." Tbo lm ribbed glass In a door ovorhead was In tho doorway between tho Inner and splintered and tell In clashing frag- outer offices. He raised his hand, with slowly, surely; and In tho blinding Joy "took the farm noxt to mlno mm vn.ir' ments, all but drowning tho sound of an Indescribably swift and vicious of that moment ho was made con Holng from tho city, sho thought sh feet In flight upon the upper staircase. gesturo, and a flame seemed to blazo scious of tho Ineffable Bwcetness of wuum snow us country people a thing opening, wondering eyes. ur two auoui real farming. Hho beA clamor of caution, warning, en- out from tits flngcr-tlps- . gan on a chicken yurd. couragement, nnd advice broke out At tho same instant Hlekoy's wqapon CHAPTER XVI. "It was a flno yard. Pretty toon s from tho police below, Hut Maitiand spat by Maltland's cheek; the young Recessional, hundred eggs hatched out. There was hardly heard. Already ho waa again mnn felt tho hot furnace breath of It, "Hm, hruram!" Thus Hlckey, tbo half hens nnd half roosters. In pursuit, taking tho steps two at a Mrs. Tho burglar reolod aa though from loap. With a hand upon tho nowel-iws- t a tremendous blow. Ilia Inflamed fea Inopportunely ubiquitous, lumbering Jack Frost, before sailing for Kuropo, hastily In from tho other ofllco and soparntod tho two sexes, he Bwung round on tho twenty-Hhlrand. killing tures wero suddenly whltcnod, and his checking, In an extreme of embarrassill tho roostors she sent (horn to hut floor, and hurled himself toward right arm dropped limply from th ment. In tho middlo ot tho floor. friomis. A fine lot of spring br'llers tho foot of tho last flight. A crash shouldor, revolver falling from Angora Mallland glanced ovor his shoulder, thoy mado they woro no blsger t rang put above, ami. involuntarily relaxing, like a than and, subduing a to flay tbo squabs. for a second he fancied that Anisty Hlckey covered him. "Surrender!" man alive, released tho girl's hand. "Hut when Sirs, Jack Frost got had fired again and with a heavier he roared, And fired' again. For "I say, Hlckoy," he obsorved, care- from Kurope, n strange sight back weapon. Put immediately lid realized Anisty had gone to his kneos, reachbet fully suppressing every vestige of cnicken yard presented. It was noththat the' noise had been only tho ing for the rovolver with bis unin otnollon, you lend mo a baud ing hut young roostors young roo of the door at tho head of tho jured urm. here! Ilring a chair, please, and a tors crowing. VOUne rnimlirn stairs the door whoso glazed panel Tho detocttve's second bullet winrod glass of water." Ing about, while bore, with llylai Seemed above lilm, shedding a diffused through tho. doorway, over Anlsty'a Tho detective stumbled over his icuuiers nnu squawks nnd blood, a light to guide bis footsteps. Its opales- head, and bit through the outer wincent, surface lettered with the namo of dow. As Anisty, with a tremendous feet and broucht tho chair at the risk torrlblo fight wont on, and thero, disot his neck. Then ho wont away and regarded by nil, lay tho corpses ol UBNI1Y ,M, IJANNEII.MAN, strain jpon hU falling powors, strugr returned with the wator. In the bravo birds slain In single combat Attoraoj" & Counselor gletl to his feet, Maitiand, catching tho moantlmo the glr!, silently enough for the door or the oltlco wboso threshold murderous gleam ia the man's eye. all that her eyes were speaking, with At sunrlso you could hear the crow Ing ot those roosters all oyer the he had so often crossed to meet a pulled trigger. The burglar's answer- Maltland's assistance arose and seated county, friend and adviser. It was with a ing shot expended Itself as harmlessly herself. "Poor Mrs. hock that ho coiaprebiMded .this, a as Maltland's. Doth weat wde ot tholr "You 'will have to stay hero a few the theory pf Jack Frost urujeralood chicken raising-- all right: tbrlH of woflder. He had all but for. marks. minutes," he told her, "until- only, In separating gotten tnat Hanuennac owned an And of a sudden Hlckey had drawn understand," she told bltn la a sho mistook tho malesth to. young birds, tho fotuale U the bulldlcs, ia the nub, the the bolt, uud the body ot police be cheUng touo. and vice verso," lifted her face to his and shook "No," sho her bond, ory gently. breathed through trembling lips. "You you've been " Hut thorn was a sob In her throat, and she hung ber head again. 'Not a word," ordered Mallland. ' Sit hero for a few minutes, If you can, drink the wator and ah fix up vour hat, you know." (dnmn Hlckoy I Face Covered with Pimples Why the dovll did the fellow Insist oa "I congratulate Cutlcura uron m hanging round so!) "and I will go and speedy recovery from nltnnlea which mako arrangements." covered my faco. I used Cutlcura Soap, Th thank you," whispered the amatl Ointment nnd Iletolrrnt for ton days voice shakily. and my face cleared nnd I am perfectMaitiand hesitated a moment, then ly well. I had tried doctor for nr. turned upon Illclicy In sudden cxa month but cot nn result. Wm J. r e radon. Hla manner was enough Badller. IflH Busquebanna Aro., Phila even tho obtuse dctettlvo could not delphia, May 1, 150?." ignore It. Mallland had no seed to peak. To Cpare His Neighbors. I'm sorry, sir." he said, standing Mrs. O. II. I'. llelraont. dlcusalnln his ground manfully but with n trace New York her Look on tho roaring mre of respect In his manner than of children, said: bad theretofore characterised It, "but "Cblldrcfl must bo trained to bo un ' acres un gentleman tin your fren selfish and tactful. Without this train nannerman outside nd wants tub ing the average child la as Inconsid speak tub. yen." erate as a Dark Harbor fisherman the from n terrible humor, completely cov ering my bond, neck nnd shouldors, so even to my wife. I became an nhi-- t of dread. At largo cxporwe I consult-c- d the most nblo doctors far and near. Their treatment was of no nrall, nor was that of tho Hospital, during six months' efforts. I suffered on nnd concluded thero waa no help for mo thla sldo of tho rrnvn. Thn r heard of soma ono who had been cured by Cutlcura Remedies nnd thnueht that a trial could do no harm. In a surprisingly short tlmo I was com pletely cured. 8. I. Kerea. 147 rnn. cress St, lloston, Masa Oct 12, '03." Moor behind violence. A hddct.ly left tbe r 't the misinrat., . CH 'eia! lilm uiTh "Wi lt. Icllng ta train well v occupant. ulsslot, of hi. fellow t a clgarelte Tbo tleman was relived .moko WBWIf ba, lest his companion i i tbotralnwa,tcnlu,JU .Sta ' .2'""' C trsret 'JT ....J? taVU t oai. "rawing (forward, and. w,h n brt.u,, I smile, blandlr B,.i..; '1 "PPonl.y ir I wM ,w out H, nhl.r '' "V-""- " wi . i,n ,vM "- rc Knleker-Sev- nop. cral wnUt mftkrg lUnixskt-t- K. . U7 K!(U fh; . lur n T4s vi r r:;? i 1 4 tl . T4 l, If you are r vour t" on ettr bc'r u-i- . .. to" MnJno folk toll ty-ur- pell-mel- "Tlila fisherman, walking nlatie tbo toad one day, saw n very ugly man lilting on n fence whittling a Mick. Ho slopped and looked at the man for some time lit disgusted silence. Then he said: ' 'Well, you're ugly, for fair.' , "'I ean't help It, can IT Uie ugly man asked. In n hurt tone. "The fisherman thought a moment. Then he said. Indignantly: "'tou could stay In the bouse. couldn't youT'" Campsstes In Sleeping Rooms. I - -" f.ni m.t tin 1. ........ ("....'(W ...V. " ' " ever sleeps with his head to the north. Tho reason that tho dead In Japan aro always burled with their heads In that direction. Cousoqucntly. In tbo sleeping rooms ot many ot tho private houses of Japan, not to speak of hotels In larger cities, a diagram ot the points of the compass is conspicuously posted on the celling for tho In forma-- , tlon of guests. Tho Sunday Magaxlne. II 1 . about 0AQ.VVC XOTtJl,ySTCr tittxjr oaVAs noy asstshiuVj wJat Si be CroiuaWy iuycwcAwda icnrcaurtA an. ukaoi.xii(lo3i.GSkMij rmcA'ves I t awl , Jew, J r,...,w,, rt uvcn waty k Jt preper lysils.ojd Wvcjiwi j. nain&reiit. uMmxi f dvJwii t i iw CALIFORNIA Fig un in Syrup rimhL Co. DMUCCUTl Try Hicks Capudlne. frnm fnMa tti.Al RfnmftAh up Ncrrou troul.k. the ache are trOlly rrllctKl by Caimdlne. It' tJuald-ple- aant tn take K(Tet Imtnetllattly. 10, S and Wc at Drue Hlorea. For Headache I i Vhfhir i The Army Is Crowlnf SmtlUr CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS trs E of rr Df- - Constipation mtxNuilJ u7 aot, eaiy tin rtW j pmatiKsoy BBSBBSBBSSn Elucidated. Stelln What Is tho law of heredity? llvlln That nil undesirable traits come from tho other parent When n man trade bis money for experience. It Is difficult to con vince him that a fair exchango la no ty tttitiftm tit. HM iioDS tktafor o.l: ' I i robbery. Tkk l sW aSBBBBB - llUTD IL'm? TTlf llv-lu- UHU ICH Tfi ffitir a Cfii.ii iv iink mr UaXATIVK IllitiUO OtlttlM iUi.rT(irl mmfuaracblws. tie. Thl. It ll fails car. K. W. titular la 1 When doctors disagree they aro apt to make sarcastic romnrks about each other that savor ot tho truth, M aa rn 1 141,1. rvpniaiMin uf ii 'r art rniV iMirt SMxanu. siuaDostsjuartia CLNU1NE ma sit, ll;r,ts, Sks Hsltts.JA9 Utr apii - rtHr lr uiuiMt,i,s,Kii4(U). IHIahlt U lumUti, trUllia, l.in AlalldniulMt. The more talk It takes to run things tWUVI HVJ iUUTV. a lip. HALFTONg .mm iatr4rtli."u,'"ii-- 1 We Give Away Absolutely Free of Cbstt The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain llnjlith, ur Medicine hlmplilicJ, by ll. v. ricrce, m. '. Quel Contultina Physician to the Invalids Hotel and Sur gical Institute at lluffalo, a book ol 1003 Urfie patfei and over 700 illustrations, In stronf paper covers, to mi . JJ , or. In Trench Clolh bindml stamps lo cover cost of mailin Over (0,000 copies of this complete Family Doctor oA bindiu at rcRulur price of $1.50. Afterwards, ono and a hall j, 1d;,'00'n!rB', !! were (iven away as above. A new, , V) AJ '"i lor mjlliiK. Hotter send NOW. bclore all are one. fSNSAav Msdical Assooation, It. V. Pierce, M. ., IWcnt, UuasMjl roMuHf w'eJ oj d rifle-sho- dc-slr- THK ONK nRMKDY for womott'a peeuh'ar ailments tod Ibat its maker, arc not afraid to print on Its outiiJo nrsr?" every Ingredient. No Seartts No Deception. THK ONK Rr.MF.DY for women which contains no lcoho1r ' lorctt no UruCs. Mado from natlvo niediclual nf vetl esatalslftifiAal nnpoltva vnluii. hatilt-fortnlii- fi UK. l'lUHCI-'- FAVOniTB InKSCKII""0 coot " slain-rnln- QUICKEST WITH SAFETY iiinn at-La- PISO'S CUKE mi Msmn tor (uwsvS For the baby often means rest for both mother and child. Little ones like it too it's so palatable to tale. free irom opiates. All DruisUta, 18 ato. i TXsl11I. - i u, i. -t tlUinT"?:..k,l'- .- of-ft- 1 or" t'T THIS Ol'T a..... in Hirriins . nw'l ' "... '.-- . O cttgo, llllnels, ana . AT FIRST SIGHT. WAS A CASE OF EMERGENCY frlNGfflN GOSSIP nrric Wn linn lilVPR TDOTST Here, If Ever, Was a Time When Telegraphic Limitations Were to Be Deplored, Wilbur Wright was dlscusilng In Dayton n very Imaginative magnzlno story about aeroplanes. mo story," ho said, "was full or errors, Aeroplanes can't do whal this chap claims. Ho doesn't understand them. "In fact, ho'a llko old George Ket Ho Itosalle, I can't tell yoti how I Into tle worship your almond eyes, your vol-v- tho cf Trotwood. Gcorgo rushedother Trotwood telegraph offlco tho checks, llko peaches, and your day with n small packago wrapped In cherry Hps) a newspaper tinder his arm. Hcsallc I suppose you nro tho new "'Telegraph this to my wlfo down gardener. to Dayton, Harvey,' ho said to tho telegraph clerk, thrusting tho packngo Hubby Was Too Willing. through tho llttto window. In tho luldst of her tears over a any "'No, can't late disagreement sho announced thnt thing no, Gcorgo: wo tho do llko that,' laughed clerk. ibo would tako n trip of thrco wcoks " 'Drnt ye,' said George, angrily, 'ye In tho country for a rest from his abuse, Got to do It, It's my wife's teeth.' " Hooray I Hooray Ho hurried to tho station, bought Rough on Rats In Out Buildings. tickets, hurried back home, pulled off In lettinc Unnsh on ll.iln In nut build- his coat, plunged Into tho collar, (nir. after iniilnir it well with nnv food de lugged out her trunks and com- cided upon.reparate into small bit, plied on several piece of lioirdii. snd put these here menced to pack. now up ni mere unucr tac Lying on n couch, sho watched him opening large enough noon, Dog, Citi an or for through her tears with great curiosity. Chickens to enter, but leive aome mall mnny openinss for Ttatn to get tn snd out. Onj Prom tlmo to tlmo, In reply to questions, sho advised him what arti- 25c. box of Itnngh on Rata, lielng ill mixture to flear cles would bo useful is Ibo country, poUon, wHH make enough Mtlnea, hundred oat in one or two night and they wcro eagerly Included, I&r.. jx.. ,oc.. ai fit Itat and Alire. Perspiring nnd exhausted after somo Dnif:(rtti. K. S. Well, Jerwy City, N.J. hours of preparatory detail for her Ship's Figureheads. departure, ho sank Into a chair and Carvings for nloro than flvo hundred said: "Kvcrythlng is ready now. You vessels wcro mado by William South-wortwho recently died nt Rath. havo abundant tlmo to catch your Ho made n specialty of tho carving of train." figureheads for many years, nnd some "1 havo decided," sho said, softly, splendid ones wcro the product of his "not to go." , skill. Tho rlso of commercialism has Ready with Explanation. blotted out tho poetic significance of A rector of Ellbam onco gnvo out the figurehead and fow figureheads are tho words: "Who nrt thou?" nnd, ns ccn nowadays. Kcnnobee Journal. ho paused for a moment, an officer In Doing Her Deit. uniform, who had Just entered tho "Kipling saya that n woman la church, suddenly halted, nnd taking tbo question as personal, promptly re only n woman, but a good cigar is a smoke." plied: "Sir, I am tho rocrutting-offtcc"Well, woman la traveling in tho of tho Sixteenth Koot, And, having my wife and daughter with mo, should bo right direction. Haven't you noticed glad to make tho acquaintance of tho her present panatclla sbapo?" clergy nnd gentry of tho neighbor Then They Came to Dlows. hood." 1 r GASTORIA Tor Infanta an Chlldri, Arivir bettor Unlit W0' out and book his npnro else, It'a a sure thing that tho Rlrl will turn out to bo Just llko tho old lady. "Thla law of heredity that I've been studying lately la n wonderful thing. tlmo somowheru nn ArrinrY " Ai.CfJHOL- -3 PtR CEfoT AVcCctaWe Preparation for As similaling ihcFoodandRcgula-tin- g Ihc S lomachs and Dowtls cf The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the Signature of H'a tho keynoto of tho wholo matrimonial problem. Now, If a fellow begin to think lila glrPa mother la pretel m flltt , Tf . .(I IIU allBL IIIIIIK. n ty nlco dlsposltloned, ho don't need to farther that hotiso for . linn nn lila ftitiirn look anyAnd after thangets married It's .. n wife. he most likely that Ms mother-in-lawI.. J PC51 ItlCDd ur inn wuroi will bo willing to do more for him than his wlfo will in tho way of cooking and . . .r.. j his chilf'c Nnt'o" wuo common rconomlxlng and minding It ji I sK: onliv to n reporter. dren." ; ' r - J kluuro or uio wnsn- -- Mrs. Nation owns to CJ years, but kttuse wnero riiio wnn uo- saya aha will fight to tho rioath t . i. i r "tine honrinc nn a against tho demon rum. Rlio has now nchlcved tho crowning triumph of her .if r nr nmnfrtr. liriu Nr. m two ennnco 10 turn nlno yenra cnisado tho smashing of iC furnishings In tho big Union station. ror "10 df"ion Mrs. Nation's defenso was that sho t.i i ill '!y concerned. did not destroy prlrato poverty but n3 ,f n public nuisance. K I" ucvoto n mrco pan 'I c j r to seolwr tlmt Carrlo thinks tho country has Imcy t -: 1.iw Rft tho attention ihcjr proved In tho last three years. "Tnft ain't my style," sho admitted, r' j . il warming o nor memo. "but ho's a wholo lot better than Teddy Koosorolt. Ho'a n u i h as ho noes his wire, man nnd bo don't drink, nnd though n siRri I may haro said at times that ho was i: ci not ii j nil (ho chasing around tho country eating a snaked t:.;'. he 1. I 11111 ...it. Willi ...i.i.i... iir wholo lot moro than Is good for him, HI1IHI1 with tliesa fool clear- - I think ho Is better than anything In ir 1! a docs not llko tlio tho presidential lino wo'vo been get 'bo Rirl ho'a koIdc with ho ting lately. ,.l 1 1 Promotes Dicslion.Cliccrful-ncssandRcst.Contal- neither Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral NOTNAnCOTlC trcHDrSAHi'Ufrrarai ,.n,fr! f -- hifft ttMtfttf--U' Stti Titter 11 cl. ttinkytrt n nn Antrfect Rcmcdv forConsllpa- lion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Fevcn an. ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signaturt of y tmi otTu AVENUE, For Over .1 Tire Centauti Company, NEVV YORK. Thirty Years - i ' ct J Guaranteed under the Foodaw Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA ooeT. mwm Torn mm. UL JPica ju uic a a cm 1 It-- . i ? ' X Btccl Car Company of wj,,en wns rocontly In a lng striko. Is cstab- r h In of ai a! i -- r t " Washington, not quiring now busl- - i ii t . . ' V u .i n . j wrg out tho policy of S llcfslot. who claims lew years overy corpora- i. A .i (. . 'J r.i :'J! a similar offlco In tho 'ne Kovcrnnicoi is uoing anu i s ti dls- - mlnnto tho action i i mza Z3 vi' rrs urr win main- - v"ii " Tt nr i ioui niiniitin. placo of j liking tho said Mr. -- ntnent of this country or- - rujcrclal Interests aro ro critnmerclallzed rlnrnmrc PinrJif in . 99. v- r y - fi ) rvrvrra m G ; k" i v i 'V ' - him. Mr. Halter weighs 250 pounds. Ho Is not so ngllo nc in bla college days, but ho was full of light Ho I In A rmlch.nntl.ttirnlilft launched n wallop at Lipscomb, which, rvr of Jimtini Aulili.v had It landed, would havo knocked I .T... htm across the court room. Ills aim was tho prosecutor nnd was bad, nnd thu blow landed on tiio I 11 i District IJtlhlT .. t t UIIU Attor- i iU Ultl' "Oh, dear!" said I2ve, after sho had secured all tho best fig leaves thero were to bo had, "I'm bo unhappy." "Come, dear, cheer up," replied Adam. Things might be worse than Thero aro agencies already In exist- they are. Wo still havo each othor." "Yes, but now that Pvo got to wearence representing tho two biggest cor porations In tho world In Washington ing clothes there's no other woman known tho Standard Oil Com with whom I can talk about them." Record-Heralpany and tho United States Steel cor Chicago poration. Hut as for business offices The Doctor's Fault. with regular corps of workmen nnd Judge I nm led to understand you public communication with tho affairs stolo tho watch of tho doctor who of tho government they do not now had Just written n prescription for exist. you nt tho free dispensary. What havo you to say to this chargoT XricI-iirrf-"fVnivfr "Well, your honor, I found myself In a despcrnto quandary. His prescrip"I want to show you that tbo district tion said 'a spoonful every hour,' and attorney's offlco haa attempted to In I had no timepiece" tlmldato this witness!" shouted Lips Always at It. comb. Mrs. Uonham Woman's work is "Mr. Lipscomb knows (bat ho Is not telling tho truth!" shouted tho district never dono. That's) so; even Ilcnbam after she attorney. Is married sho Is trying to roako men "You'ro a liar!" shouted Mr. Llps fall In lovo with her. comb. Then tho district nttorncy mado for For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. to-dan becoming moro Important than poll tics. Commerco and business arc tho mainstay of tho nation, and expect only the right that tho government should give greater rights to them. "I'olltlca In the future should take a back seat This will Increase as tho car pass. My own view Is that nrcry big Industrial firm should keep In closo touch with tho doings of tbo government, nnd particularly with thoso departments dovoted to tho com morclal and Industrial Interests." Mr. Itofstot was asked about poll' tics. "What I get in politics" ho c claimed. "Why, If a man wants to havo his name sullied nnd his rcputa Hon dragged down In this country nil ho has to do Is to get Into politics; run for offlco nnd tho rest Is easy." It la anticipated that tho othor big corporations of America will follow tho Ideas outlined by tho head of tho I'ressod Steel Car Company, ui oaiTI WHY MEN DRINK THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, AND USE DRUGS, AND HOW TO CURE THEM OUR NEW HOOK TELLS ALT, ABOUT IT, HOT 702 PARK SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Wo "What started tho fight between Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Lobster aud Shrimp?" "Why, Shrimp called Lobster a that Contain Mercury,. 'measley llttto shrimp,' and he called u BMTTttrr 13 drrtncfl dfitrojrwholt wiwe et fml Shrimp a 'lobster.' " fmr u lhi tytltm ben fcnd erraipwutr bucb totfrtn H lhrauib ih nmcogi wirto. Would Depend. trtirk ihauU nvrrr h etcrpl on prrtrni tini crom rrpuifcoifto pnvmruuu, u ii cinm utr? She You'vo seen Charley's wife. Ill ooHIn tokl lu innl fm nn'aiillr tram Utra. IUOi Ourrh curr. muiuhctuml Would you call her pretty T r. ty r. J. Cbnrr A ox lotola, O.. roouins no uxj tt utra tnurntlly. uttnc dmtlr upm He I might If I wcro talking to blood unit imuout urtarr of tbe trttrra. la lb unt-mcr-mr- Buy FURS ensl HIelea Wool 7 1 otilpper, (it, eathars. Tallow. Beeswax. 'CI Olnsenc, Golden Seal, (Yello Root), Mar Applo, Wild Glnser, established etc. W aro dealers; Loglivlllt" halfa unto In la l3SS-"tad cm do better for you Ujh igrati Ortr I ! anything adref. tsed to h columns should iruifl upon hating what they ask (ubAitutsa or smftiaons. tiiinu to bur rei using all I or commlidon nertrinti. Reftrtnce, any burtac K4.1 rmain. It I unio. ur r j. lI&U'i ttxt If t wuir utirt cMf Uranwu. cunti cur t Xmtrn muruJlr mad In Tolakfc eo. TMirmonuu bottM. ITk. lit. inua tat tormiimioii. pun foa ana r- -l th Charley. rr m. litnk In toulivllle. Wilt for weekly pries Hit and shipping tigt, I itTa nDIOCV qolekrcUrf andrareswontasjaa, IMIro a NT.W DISCOVERY! I3tnsk llooknruttlmnnlali and dafa' treatment 1KI 19 UU. XL 1L UUKUNli bONd. 1U ATLAHXa. UA Compliments lowed. should bo Flctcherlzcd beforo they thoroughly aro a,wal 229 E. Market St. M. Sabel & Sons. KY. LOUISVILLE. DEFUMCE STARCH "VV. W. N. MEMPHIS, NO. Eve's New Costume, sasBsBSBSSEasssnaa What Miscegenation Is Doing srw to Southern White Folks mmtamiaBmmmwmmmmmmmmsmBeBEmmmmmmm sBsBBkssiBHsasMss IllV IVUlllUli Th N-- t romedy for Grlpp nnd ColJs l lllckft' Capudlne. Itollevis tlio ndiins nnd feverlnhnepn. C'uivn tho cold Headaches ntKi. It's lJjulil KnVctri Immediately 10, J6 and Kc at Drue Stores. of 'r.a1 of John W. Collier. Then Llacomb nnd llaker clinched, ! rged with killing his nnd rights and lefts, uppcrcuts nnd J (t ! juration day. In tho jabs stirred up tho court room dust, trial Lipscomb Inslnu-- ' nnd llkowlso tho Iro of tho judec, who ' ' tnri attorney had at-- ' ordored tho bailiffs to sctiarnto them. 1r l.nlilnln llnv iir t.M. Doforo tho court officers could Inter , iiasior, uy writing fere, tho defendant, Collier. Jumped l ") !, ivjj ui usuiukiuii Into tho rucleo nnd stopped the pro n ceedings. "t'0 1. Mott Justice Gould called tho - - "i i. fighting attorneys beforo tho bar, gave mr v,ouier. I XT Was lin lit fort In nn In. tho district attorney a sorcro roprl uui Liinscouiu mnnd and fined Lipscomb S0 for con u- - sucu on. tempt. - la nsslstant district attorney. Onco in n whilo you encounter ono thoso cheerful Individuals who never horrow trouble, in spito of the fact that tlioy borrow everything clso. Hnmline Wizard Oil will knock the tpot oil a aore throat. It's use nukei '.nnsilitis, quinsy and diphtheria impossible. It is simply great for tho relief of ill pain, soreness and Inlbmnutlon. The crossing of black and white blood is becoming a distinct menace in this to the white race of the South the purest Anglo-Saxo- n country. The people of Louisiana have been the first to see the danger and to fight it. Attempts to make stringent laws preventing this depraved miscegenation have partially failed becaure of obstacles raised in unexpected quarters. Highly respected men even men who make the laws have tried to block the needed legislation (perhaps their domestic affairs were being upset). But Louisiana will not be stopped and other states must join in the fight. The whole story is told by Robert Wickliffe Woolley, a Southern man himself, in PEARSON'S MAGAZINE for January. The story explains the conditions which aroused Louisiana. It relates the details of that state's brave fight and how it was partly balked. It shows the urgent need of new laws, if the white race is not to be mongrelized not only in Louisiana but elsewhere, for the peril spreads all over the "solid South." It is the most important story to v real Southerners that has been printed. . ' What It will meaa lo the aferaCe taaa'a pochetbeok 1! the law dissolvtai tke Standard till Company ta nppMrU toother trust la eilulnril In tbe same tstue. Also tne ttory of our wiiktctul eeuaua plan w hich roU mllliona In thla country hlle Europe rtoea tbe the method of Instalment tbtni; better for notblnir. Another article explain furniture keller. Judec (Jajnor, the new Major of New York, tell why howa llueled and what be will do to the Ubelera. Three noted allenlata explain tbe lmproer treatment of our Insane la State Aajluma, and there are seven corklug- - good abort Uctloa stork. ..'! 1. ,.. lt..i.i... n ninin-irlni-- A woman may ho ns old as sho looks, hut It makes n difference whether It's beforo or after buo is dressed to go out. ' nPfHrt4- - C i-- TVT-- x.: I Salesmen Host Commission Offer Now all rotailors samjn Karth. ples, coat pocket. "Boston," Dept. C 1, Iowa City, Iowa. A woman EARSON'S P Magazine for January 15 CENTS PER COPY 1 $1.50 PER YEAR t '. m I v !'WN th- I ' - I heat of tho tariff soa- iinrriscMatIvo Serenn 15. mw iorK. who boastH n -any in nus nn ... member of con- u n tn 1. tDLIi. ' nn nmniint nf be five up on thesu occanlon in Bc. .a ivr men won m. mvn mwo writer to death In u ,n nuaition, Mr. Pay no. 'ays no lu on ...M, 1 nn. -... l::Jl tto th" ropM-ar- wcro doll, lhrown n rc,,Qrtur on a ""Ton ulw. who Inquired: . 'lid thu wnkl llni. "Senator, havo you any news concealed about your person "Yes," replied the senator, "ThorH""E that Mr Payno hud, that oughly conctalod." bombardmont i.h.!ch llCWEIl.-llin- r dislikes being Jealous alThis is the first of a series of three articles on the same subject. You day, "waddled" In to seo tho president most as much as sho likes making can't afford to miss them. If your newsdealer is sold out, send 50c and out again. Tho noxt day, when somo other woman jealous. hailed by tho samo reported for news, direct- to us for four months' subscription and receive also the rn.rs cttiiKii is o to to rare any rase i hays. Mr. Payno got oven by retorting: PA To oih'l MUN'J'laiiuarantr! DECEMBER NUMBER FREE. your paper that Its reporter it lirhlnii. Wind. llUtxiisiic ur rmlrudltui I'llo. la "Tell too. waddled after Mr. Puyne, who replied SlullujftJsoriutmerfutulid. Tbo bravest dentist Isn't anxious to that he had no news," Recently Mr. Payno called at the look Into tho jaws of death. Dept. S, 425-43- 5 East St. New York Whlto llouso and tbo reporter greoted lutr.AK ILilwni. inecoi'oir that irular famllr him with: srtth Allru'a lAinic "Well, Mr. Payno, I eco you aro still miicOr. 11 rurts whr other ramtMllv fail. XU waddling to the Whlto llouso." Some pcoplo's morals nro llko their Ono man's hobby may bo another "You must go around with a best clothes only worn on extraordinnightmare glass In front of you all tho tlmo," man's ary occasions. enme tho reply from Mr. Payne, with Dr. lltrre'i plranant Trllrta rare ennsttpatlnn. Soothing; Kyrop. Mrs. Is Hie cuukiuf inauy out tho bat of an oye. t'ure For children VTInalow'e tett&laic, aofirns lb. suras, redurrs to tlx cause end sou cure IL disease, tbsj lolala. &nunaika,alUjspla,curMwl&dcoUu. sscabuiu. Senator Julius Caesar Uurrows of When somo people talk it is a waste Gossips multiply everything they Michigan, after an exceedingly busy of tlmo to yawn. hear by two. day In which ho called upon the presl dent and several members of the cabinet, theruby arousing tho suspicion of tho Michigan newspaper men to n fever heat, was met by one of thorn, - rr THE PEARSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, 24th City Oumtli-atiu- dls-as- Steams otthoa ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uaa LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, tl.OO, retail. CO OPERATION ON THE FARM. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. Weak Throat Weak Lungs Cold taking-col- -l- ly John A. MrCluro Mrrctor SnI Inatltiit District confidence in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for this work. No medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs. Ask your doctor for his opinion. He knows all about it. His approval is valuable. Follow his advice at all times. C. Iyer Co.. Lowell. Afau. No alcohol in this COUgh medicine. after cold; cough after coughl Troubled with this habit? Belter break it up. Wc have great d AlwaykccnaRoodlaallvclnlhchouo. Takcadoicwhon yourcoldfirstcomcsnn. What ll Ihc best laxative for this? Ayer's Fill. Ak your doctor hlsoolnlon. Let Mm dccldi AN OLD SOCK makes n poor place in which to keep money you cannot hide it where it is absolutely safe from thctves or fire or where it will not give you constant worry. Why not bank your money keep it safe yet where a part of it is available at any time you wish to use it? By keeping your money in the bank you build 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 furnish check and pass books free of charge. THE- - Ono of tho most vnltmblo produc lion of tho form, and which Is drs tlnctl to perpetuate tho prestige of writes Lola P. Roberts, of lis future as n factor In education Vienna, Mo., "I used to be and tho social standard of tho twen sick most of the time and tleth century and honco advanced rlv Is not nloue Its fertility, lis lllzntlon, suffered witli backache and Improvement and its livb stock, It headache. My Mother, who I it product that Is analogous to I's had been greatly helped by environment. If tho farm Is well kept the use of Cardul, got mc Is productive, with well bred stock of two bottles, and I have and nil descriptions, that dot the rich been well ever since." velvety fields of luxuriant and Itis clous grasses and legumes; wl'h E49 standard farm Journals nml tho lend lng literature of tho day taken ou of tho mall box at tho door at regular Intervals, and as regularly rend nj I tho valuabiotlda gleaned therefro.. put Into practice, Uio Influence of this environment instills Into tin.' Cardul Is a ccntlc tonic product Its Influcnco with an onergv for young and old women. thnt Is Irresistible, and tho response 'Every Month' Don't Mistake the Csuse of Your Troubles. A Hickman Citizen Shows Hew To Cum Them. Many pronto never suspect tholr Kiuiicya. u suirering rrom a lamo it Is only n muscular weakness; when iirlnnry troubles set in they think it will soon correct itself. And so It Is with all other symptoms of kldnnv disorders. That Is Just whero tho danger lies. You must cum these troubles or they may lend to diabetes or bright s disease. Tho best remedy in use is ixmtrs Kinney rills it cumh nil Ills which aro rnused by weak or diseased kidneys. Hickman people testify to permnnenl cures. 1' A Overby. of Hickman. Ky . says "For two or three months I wns troubled by dlsorderrd kidneys I had dull pains In tho small of my Winter Is Here weak or aching back they think that Make your horn- wuu . I ",,u encery hv KU Wllh briohl - r Take are mure nnu lixturet, diiolavino- Tho Woman's Tonic It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, it has no docs not bad Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardul. It will help you. Your dealer sells it after-effec- ts, U culture, refinement, and an ami I HICKMAN BANK! OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 CLUBBING RATES. Make the Farm More Attractive. You can do this by Installing a telephone. You can make the surrounding on your farm just as to your sons and daughters as If you were living In the heart of a big city. Our ezceUcnt service and attractlvo "Farmers' Lino" rates are not to be compared with the benefits derived. Call tho manager. The Hickman Courier and the St. (twice-a-wceLouis S1.S0 Both one year for The Hickman Courier and tho St Louis Republic both one year for J1.40 The Hickman Courier and Mem Commercial-Appea- l phis (Weekly), both one year for J 1.25 The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all one year for $1.75 The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to parUcs on rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only Globe-Democr(twice-a-weekGlobe-Democr- at Cumberland Telephone &. Telegraph Company, Incorporated. O FOR SALE: A nlco residence, ono block from Postotflce. The house has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch-es- ; in good repair and a very desira2.60 ble place. Call at this office. The Hickman Courier and Woman's National Dally, both one year for FOR SALE: Ono of tho best coronly $1.75 ner lots in Hickman now occupied The Hickman Courier and Woman's by J. R. Brown's mill; also a good Farm Journal, both one year for only combined store and residence Tho 1.15 residence has about 8 rooms. Lot The Hickman Courier and weekly Is 22x100 feet Will sell worth tho Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Both for money. Call at Hickman Courier one year for only J 1.60 COAL' GOAL! Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. Bon Air Lump Coal $4.50 Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75 -- - Trices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. o o o o OooooooooooooO o Oooooooooooo'oO O o o o o o The Courier costs only ono dollar a year or less than 2 cents por week. Are you a subscriber ? It Is too cheap to either steal or borrow. Sub scribe today. Your money re- 1 funded, If not satisfied i 1 OooooooooooooO oo oo oo o o o o o TRY A COURIER WANT AD, 0 o o The Cheapest advertising o Medium 1 Read by 3,000 People Every Week o o COSTS ONLY ONE CENT o PER WORD PER WEEK. Do oooooooooooO If thttro Is a blue mark on your If your sewing machine runs heavy, why not get the (Singer agCut, L. A. Courier dout fall to renew this month ock, to adjust It and make It run as all pa.pcru aro discontinued at the vxplratloit of the time. light and easy agala. nppellatlon and sounds more plcasa-- t to tho modest farm youth's ear than "Hay Rube. Yap, Hay Seed, I'ccJur wood, Ilottomlto and 11111 WIHc This product of tho farm will, In th not far distant futuro, bo a profea slonnl man from tho fact that ho wi I find It necessary to understand Ik physic 3 nry. chemistry, geology, zoology, and nil tho sciences thi pertain to tho formation of soUs structures of plants and animals, and many of the ethics that cannot be touched upon In a nowspapcr article but theso aro sufficient to give a wide rango of thought and a faint Idea as to what tho futuro of the "boy on tho farm" that we hear so much discussion about, has before him, and which tho environment wo havo outlined in tho abovo in as brief a manner as possible to glvo the thought in mind a clear perspective. is developing, or will develop In the mental nttltudo of tho coming farm boy of tho futuro. Aro any of us formulaUng theso conditions for the benefit of our boys and girls, or are we contenUng ourselves with the' conscious assurance that present con dIUons aro sufficient for usT If so. wo aro not living up to our opportun lUes. Wo aro maintaining conditions that aro discouraging thoso who are to take our places and driving them into menial situations In our towns and clUcs. Have you over stopped to consider the discontent among your boys and girls? Why do they prefer tho raoro congenial condlUona that obtain In town? Why, in fact, do they strlvo to fit themselves for avocaUons asldo from farming: 8hall wo tell you? Excuse us for being blunt, you do not try to approach theso conditions In tho country. Tho same old conditions bavo been faced that stared our children in tho faco when they first opened Uiclr eyes "Down on tho Farm." tho throadbaro theme that our fancies have been tickled to death with sine "The Blushing Milk Maid" butcher to dismarried tho pel tho Illusion that sho had too much scnso to bo flattered with. You havo been flattered with the sentimental gush of your Independence while you were being despoiled and your children of your birth-righhavo been made to share tho conditions that you yourselves havo created. Cooperation on tho farm Is the remedy! Do wo allow our boys n volco In tho affairs of tho farm? They aro observing and do sunny things wo command them to do through our suporlor knowledgo(?) that Is contrary to their best Judgment, and NOT in lino with what they havo scon demonstrated by more progres sive methods, or read about In farm Journals or agricultural defer In some measure tb their Judgment and tho chances aro that thoy will surpriso you, If It is contrary to tho way "pa used to do." Merchants train their sons in all tho details of their business, along advanced lines, watching for now Ideas In tho business world and adopting them; their sons becomu imbued with tho broad spirit of commercialism and become partners; and Uio result is: u now firm: "George Bcroggs & Son Inc." Go thou und do llkowlso. Wo think wo hear a loud laugh of derision at tho Idea, or tho scoffing gufa popular faw of tho stand-patto- r g phraso nowadays at tho Idea as Impractical. Go wiUi us down to Christian county or up to Wnrron county and we'll show you two farmers that came under our observation tho past two years, who aro demonstrating Uiat an incorporated farm company pays. Now for tho reason: The boy feels a souse of proprietorship in tho business, ho knows that if ho puts forth his best effort to mako tho farm produco, that tho sharos ho holds will bring larger dividends, that tho better stock ho raises the better market ho will find; through his Individual effort in a t, but-ctln- s. bo-ln- tlon that Is restless for still great, r achievement In what Is destined to bo his future profession. Did wo say professlonT This Is quite a refine ! up to a higher piano or cause farms to change hands Uiat have already been in the wrong hands too long on tho farm will bring out the conditions that we bnve out lined In tho preface of this artlolw. and with this condition will couio tho conditions that tho boys nml glrU on our farms aro longing for: The comforts nnd conveniences enjoyed by their aristocratic olty cousins. If theso Ideas seem advanced, slumber on uutU you aro awakened from your slumbers by tho foreclosure of Uie mortgage, nnd you will have to stay awake for you will bo a tluiru ranter from the ono who sat up and tiok notice. Into the Subsoil. A rich man can buy an automobile measure ha Is raising a standard thnt will either bring tho community Iiatk and whenever I stooped or lift td. sharp twinges caused ino much misery. At night tlin acho In my buck greatly disturbed my rest. I arose In tho morning feeling tired nnd languid and nervous spells both vreil me A sediment In the kidney secretions proved Uiat my kidneys needed attention. learning of Dosns Kidney Fill. I procured a box at Helms Klllson'a drug store and In threo days they relieved me. It re the contents of quired but one-hal-f the box to effect a complete cure. I say that this euro has nm nlad to ben permanent and I therefore havo no hesitntlon in allowing you io puu lull niv statement." For sale by all dealers. Frlco CO cents. Foster-Milbur- a Co.. buffalo, Now York, solo agents for the United 8 tales. Remember the name Doaa's and taka no other. Ths Test. Hut of the three sorts, namely thoso who are born great, those who sequin- - greatness, and those who hsva grmauess thrust upon thrm, only tha Unit an? anywise certain to know what e the different forks are for at the dinners Inevitably given in tbslr honor from time to time. Fuck. fash-Insbl- complete line of nuiiingt at our Two "Big Stores Whal Do You Need? 8ewlng Machines Clocks Dressers, plain and line; Bed 8prlnBi Cots Wall Paper Window Shades Hugs, Art Squirti Lacs Curtains Carpet Paper Smoothing Irene Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds Children's Oedi Qrsnltewars COMMISSIONER'S SALE. but ono. it requires a millionaire to keep V Fulton county has somo very 'prom lslng' colored youngsters. If you have not found It out. offer somo of thorn n Job. i liaise sheep, hogs, baby beef and young mules, feed your corn and pea hay on tho farm, and you wilt soon solve tho fertility question. Wo aro not kept awnko answering letters received from thosu who want to try their hands on Improved seed corn next year. Whether you have faith In tho proposition or not, you will find thnt It la being made In good faith, the Department of Agriculture Is behind It. Get n movo on yourselves, boys I Tho "Courier Doys" havo very cour teously offered us a conspicuous page In their progressive paper, wo shall endeavor to take advantage of the opportunity to suggest to tho farmers of Fulton county how to forget farm lng; nt least some phazes of It. Our next talk will bo on "Fertilizers and leguminous Hants." If you do not want your mind disturbed don't road IU Fultou Circuit Court, Kentucky. David Mann & Etc, plaintiff, a Blankets, Comforts gainst Mrs. A. L. Watson & Ktc., de Mattresses fendants, Rocking Chairs of til IM lly virtue of a Judgment and Or Restaurant 6tooli der of 8alo of Fulton Circuit Court, Children's Rockers rendered at tho September term, thereof, 1909. In tho above cause, for Stove Pipe, 8teve BuclrU twenty eight hundred sixty nlno and Chlffonelrs (Dollars with Interest at tho Wood Beds rata of six per cent, per annum from Bed Cprings day of September, 1909, until tho Princess Dreittrs paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed High Chairs to offer for sale at the Court House Window Clatt, all sizes door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest Stove Repairs bidder, at l'UHUC AUCTION, on tho Trunks, all sizes 3 o'17th dsy of January, 1910, at clock p. m., or thereabout (being Circuit Court dsy), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, undivided Interest The or of IL U Watson In tho rocal estate of It. D. Watson at Uio time of bis death In Fulton County, Ky., and In Madrid IJend, and la bounded as fol lows: On (bo south side by a tract of land known as the Adams land on tho west and north by the mean dors of tho Mississippi river and on We Sell Furniture tho east by the section lines between MflNb. sections 10 and 11, 14 and 1G and 53. E,- Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be Than cAny House 01 mado. For Uio purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or Western Kentucky I securities, must eiccuto Bond, bear ing legal Interest from the day of W carry, in boiu sate until paid, and having Uio forco . t lln. - I sioctc, a nry. and effect of a Judgment. Illddors ular li.l . aftM- If gooos wmm will bo prepared to comply promptly hand tremely low prices. with theso terms. J. IU Ml UN Ell, Com. 0 t: CASH ono-fourt- CREDIT AT -- O WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. Havo you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked )our nervous system and caused troublo with your kidneys and bladdorT Havo you pain In loins, side, back, groins und blad der? Havo you a flabby nppuarnnoo HOW'S THIS. of tho faco, especially uudor tho eyas Too frequent a desiro to pass urino? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ho If so, Williams' Kidney Fills will euro v.'unWor any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh you at Druggist, Price GOc. F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. Cure. We, tho undersigned, have known and F. J. Cheney for tho last 16 yeurs, Happy men are full of tho present, and believe him perfectly honorable for Us bounty stilnces them: and wise lit all business transactions and flnan men also, for Its duties engage them dally ablo to carry out any obligaWaldlng, Our grand business undoubtedly Is tions madu by his firm. not to see what lies dimly at a dis- Klimaii & Marvin, Wholesale Drugtance, but to do what lies clearly at gists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter nund. Kdward FltzOcHld, "Polo nally, acting directly upon tho blood n'us," and mucous surfaces of thu system. O Testimonials sent free. Frlco 7Gc a bottlo. Bold by all druggists, Telephone that grocery order to Take Hall's Family Fills for con Dottcrsworth & Fratber. stipation. To-da- y Pigeon Burglsrs. A carrier pigeon letter "8. A. was placed on the pollco station blotter In Mllwaukvo.Wla., tho other day, as guilty of a series of thefts In an exclusive apartment building, The bird had been around the court for days entering houses and helping Itself to food and articles for a nest, Including a gold chain. 8.-3S6- St Louis Fur. Hlckw, Ay. Co, CHEAP COW Ken bbbVSbbbI SB AlUsWHlrfclf HJsVJ I oooooooooooo A. M. TYLER at Law I am now located at Padu. can, but will continue to prac tics In the courts of Fulton county and will be In Hickman every Monday, a r mJviure Shucks, bmaiiui ot n- - Attorney oooooooooooo secure another Jury In thoso cases In Obion county, and It may end In all prosecutions bolng dropped. ii Take your nrodueo to 0. II. Moore, ou the hill. Highest prises paid. Tho Jury In tho caso of Johnson und Clonr. tho lleelfoot night riders accused of tho murder of Capt. Han- kin, which had been ou trial at union Cltr for four or flvo weeks, failed to agreo and was discharged. It Is thought that It will bo Impossible to Silks, ttc, ai . 1 r- - .MrtsVllA load, if hauled at gin. J. F. & S.L.DODDS (Incorpor"' CB