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""ill Ta . . i t.fw .Ill "print than I KWllMW THE HieKMHN COURIER. lilB Commercial SUBSCRIBE FOR THE COURIER THIS WEEK A. mm that roar (iiivlrml ertptlon wfknt BLUE MARK HERtf to rtm After thin monlli hi nnw promptlyto If roil the iipr com Let's Hitch Up HO.U.tRU IN THE TEAR :l ia tnB Tem ihot Pu,!b no. 11a Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxlea ot Your Wagon, Old Man, and WHOLE Uest nrr,K in irnlllllK m wr.aTr.RW kemtooit HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910. ESTABLISHED lNfiO LACES Beautiful designs thnt nre n delight to look upon. The showing is composed of imported designs ns well a i those tnndc in the Zion ( ity Lncc Works. A lovely showing of the newest things inLACES. Lace Curtains ft WHITE GOODS SALE w lb ma Just a short time before spring, and you should be thinking about your curtain needs. Our line of Spring Curtains just opened. F unusual interest to every woman is our Annual White Sale, and especially so this season on account of the prices we have placed on these goods. Our entire stock of white goods, embroideries, laces, linens, etc., were bought when cotton was selling, at Oc per pound, and now that it is selling at 15c, we give you the beneht or our lucky purchases, and you'll find prices no higher than last year. You can readily see the advantages of anticipating your needs this year, for our next pnrchases will be at much higher prices, and you'll have to pay much more for your goods wherever you buy. Of course, we can only tell you of a few of the many good things in this ad. Come early on the opening day, even if you dont .intend to buy, and see for yourself these beautiful goods and the really wonderful values. O 1 Begins Saturday and Lasts Through Alext Week White Wash Fabrics pretty, iheer fabric, that hai all the and 30c menti of linen lawn Scotch Batistes, a medium weight, sheer, crisp r'.Ah, strong and durable.......... to 60c Lir.ene, a very sheer, pretty doth, that wears and launders nicely, at to 50c I:.Jia Linons, a fine line of excellent values, Flaxen, a T All New Elegant Embroideries collection we have ever shown. Cambric and Swiss embroideries,' pretty pattern Just on Sale 30 This is an opportunity to get your spring supplies at a substantial saving and be absolutely sure of the quality. No one can afford to miss our showing of embroideries, the most attractive The collection consist of Nainsook, Swiss and Cambric embroideries, edgings, insertions, flouncings, corset covers, etc at 25 30 20 Nainsooks, in assorted size checks, values that you cannot get later, at to 25c Linenes, in medium weight, a soft, linen-finis- h cloth, desirable for waists 12 and 15c 10 5c Longclothi, good values at........ 12 and 15c 25 and 35c Beadings, Seamings, usually 12 12 and 15c a 10c .. ,yard, at ... Swiss embroidery, with or without beading, pat- tern 15c at 8? to 25c Nainsooks, 12 yd. bolts, a beautiful quality, at Wide Swiss and Nainsook Insertions, Edgings 25c and Beadings Fine embroidered corset covers, attractive designs at to 75c Cambric Flouncing, heavy embroidery, good value at.... 15c to 1.50 Embroidered Flouncings on fine Swiss for children's dresses, at 50c Allover embroideries, large and small patterns, at 50c to 2.00 New Wash Goods Ycu can only do justice to these offerings by examining them personally, so that you can note the new weaves, the popular de-iig- ns Table Linens, Towelings, Etc. Complete stock purchased last fall and offered at prices that cannot be made later in the season. Damask Table Cloths, neat patterns, yd....25, 35 and All linen cloth.beautiful floral designs 60c to 1.50 Damask Napkins, Floral patterns, per doi 50c to 1.50 Pure Linen Napkins, floral designs, doz 2.25 to Asst. Towels, plain fringed borders 5 to 25c All Linen Towels, at 35 to 75c All Linen Stamped Towels 65 to 75c Linens and Bed Furnishings Our stock in these lines are filled with grades at much less than the current prices. All pure linen wash goods, plain design, at Handkerchief linen, very fine sheer quality ..60c Linen checks and stripes for waists, etc Gcod grade sheetings, 9 4 and 10 4, at 90x72 Bleoched Sheets, plain and hernstitched....75c White Counterpanes, plain and fringed border....98c Domestice, good values, at and the latest styles out for the spring season. Chanturg, a new material, in all shades, at 40 per yd and 50c 40c 25 30 to 60c to Jac ,uard Tuxedos in bueautiful designs, all shades Srotch Zephyr Ginghams, new patterns at, Red Seal Gingharai, a beautiful line, at 50c 12jc 10 to 15c 25c 6c 4.25 60 to 75c to to 1.00 to 35c 1.00 Percales, new spring patterns, at Prints, spring patterns, at 8 to 15c 2.19 Carpets and Rugs An Women's Suits and Coats r3 To Close Out excellent chance to save money on your spring house furnishing. at Big Reductions Corsets Enter Into the January White Sale Any woman who wishes to save time and money both, will find a bargain in our corset section. We have discontinued the G. D. "Justrite offer 1.50 corsets at 1.00 corsets aj Ck part wool Ingrain Carpet at 40c cotton mixed carpet -c 48c .. ...... cottage carpet 9x12 Axmlnster Rug at 00 9x12 Brussels 50 9x12 Brussels 30c 27c .21.00 We have a number of suits and coats, this season's best styles, all of which go on sale at about what the material alone would cost. At these prices you get one of the rare opportunities of the year. Don't fail to visit ihe store. Ready-to-Wear line, and 1.20 85c 25 00 h 12 4 2 Rug, at..... Rug, at 00 36x72 Axmenster Rug, at 50 27x48 Axmlnster Rug 12.48 10.48 3.25 1.98 High-Cla- ss section when in the 25.00 to 30.00 Tailored Suits, at 17.50 to 20.00 Tailored Suits, at 18.5,0 and 19.00 black fancy coats, at Your Chance to Buy 15.00 and 16.50 black fancy coats 11.00 and 12.50 black fancy coats, at 15.00 11.00 12.50 10.00 --"?r,50 The January Sale of Blankets and Comforts A timely offering of Blankets and Comjorts at spe- cially reduced prices. 2.S0 Woolen Blankets at 2.00 1.7S Heavy Cotton Blankets Millinery for Almost Nothing Wc give you choice of our entire stock of handsome trimmed hats at less than 1- -2 CHILDREN'S COATS AT REDUCED PRICES 60c Cotton Blankets: 1.7S Comforts 1.50 Comforts Price Smith 8p Jlmberg HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 1.98 1.69 1.39 45c 1.48 1.28 Sale Begins Saturday And Lasts All Next Week. THIS IS THE FINAL CUT THE HICKMAN t, COURIER FUNDS EXPK0TKD TO REVET BANKS AND SAVE LEVEES RIVALS (Copyrtsht, Whit Is Happening "Csvsr Wt turn Kentucky Llks th Dsw' O. 6FEER and J. C. SEXTON, Editors and IroprUtor. CASH IN ADVANC1. !. Throughout Ike State sMe Odds and Ends ' If Government Doss This Work It Will Rslleve Tax Burden on People in the Delta. Indications point ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Campaign Against Sale of Cold Stor- Open War Dec .red b. age Eggs Has Been Launched toultv. Wh.,1. Kentucky experiment Station to with Rule.. Prepare Educational Data. Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, tnwsrd a big appropriation for the Mismall matter. sissippi rher in the bill which the rltcrs postofflcs as econd-cla- s and harlors committee Is now framing. Washlmiton. I). C. WEEVIL IS A BUGABOO SOUTH MUST AWAKE TO HER POSSIBILITIES, Sr. Knapp Bay It Is Foolish Talk of Abandoning tlis to Growth of Cotton. Memphis, Tcnn Flaying the "loll wcctll bugaboo right ami left, Warning that diversification of crops raunt be ac cepted as the rule by which tu work, nnd bringing a message of chcr and optlm-Isto Memphis territory, Dr. S. A. Knapp, cipert from the department of agriculture, addressed an nudierx nt the -llusincss Men Club Wednesday that completely filled the assembly room and overflowed to the stairways. The thenio of 'the speech was The South has the jiossibilitlcs. All that is needed is for her citizens to awake to their opportunities." That the awakening is at liand was evidenced by the audience that filled the room. H was in its way a remarkable as the address. The bankers, the solid business men of the city, the planter and tho small farmer, from Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkan.vis, sat ide by side. They were all eager to hear and learn of the ways whereby the soil might give forth more, to tbc enrichment of all. "Don't get scared of the boll weevil. It can be whipped. Diversify your crop and get more out of the sqil." "It is foolishness," said Dr. Knapp, "lo talk about the abandonment of the growing of cotton. We have just begun to grow cotton. The man who says otherwise is just uttering cheap talk. "At the same time we are coming to a crisis in the history of tho great crop. We must meet it like men. You can produce cotton if you wish, boll weevil or no boll weevil. I do not believe that the great American people who have fought and conquered so far intend to be whipped by such an insignificant thing ns a boll weevil.' Then followed an array of facts to show the fight could be won, and Jiow tq win. He told how in one Texas county in 1904 the government took charge of the fight against the boll weevil when the entire county produced 40,000 bales. In 190G the yield had grown ta more than 73,000 bales, and conditions ncre better there than ever before, as the people had also learned to diversify their crops, and to raise their own provisions. An outline of the fight In other parts of Texas, in Louisiana and Mississippi followed. The statements were backed up with proof. "For fear you jnay call my hand on some of my statements," said Dr. Knapp, "I wish to state I have with me the.nn'mes of .more, than 2,000 people from Louisiana and Mississippi who have made a success of raising cotton under our plan." REPUBLICANS BOLT CAUCUS Six Insurgents, Ld by Cooper of Wisconsin, Leave Meeting. Washington. Tho caucus of Republican members of the House Wednesday named the House side of the Ilallingcr-I'inchinvestigating committee and incidentally rejected llalncy, of Illinois, one of (he two Democrats selected by the Democratic caucus as the House minority's representation on the invest!, gating committee. "Tho six men selected include three "regular" Republicans, of Massachusetts, Olmttead of Pennsylvania and Dcnby of Michigan. One "insurgent" Republican, Madison of Kansas, and two Democrats, James of Kentucky and Lloyd of Missouri. Rainey of Illinois, who, with James, was named by- the Democratic caucus, Mas rejected by the caucus of the majority und Lloyd was named in his stead. The caucus lasted three hours, and while characterized by considerable acrimony, was a good deal more peaceful than most members bad expected. F.vcn at that there was a bolt of six Insurgents, led by Cooper of Wisconsin, tho other bolter being Lenroot, Kelson ami Carey of Wisconsin and I4ti and Lind' bergh of Minnesota. ' Me-Ca- PERISH IN BURNING FACTORY Panio Follows Cry of Fire and Women Crushed to Doath. Philadelphia Five persons, four girls and olio man, lenped to their death in a facpanic caused by u flro in u tory building. Five others rccelcd probably fatal injuries and many more were less seriously hurt. Kejrly all of the dead and severely Injured "ere employed in the shirt wslst factory of Joseph Cliacliklu on the fourth floor of tho building. Cbachkiu ttaj Injured, one of his daughters Is dead and another dying. Many bf the employes Jumped from Men on the street spread windows. blankets and an awning to break their falls, but in the dense smoke which filled (he narrow street, many victims fell to the pavement before these improvised lire nets could be extended for them. four-stor- y For a number of years the friends of the lower river hsvo been endeavoring to Induce the federal government tc revet the banks so as to prevent the lever eating Into tho river, but so far they have met with little success. This matter has crown in Importance si the levres hate been constructed on 1 both sides of the river, lieeause as the waters In llood tlino are confined between the levees' lines to a narrow-widtof three or four miles, the flood level has continued to rle, thus necessitating higher levees every year. Twenty-fivyears ago a levee higli enough to keep lack the flood was a matter of four to six feet and cost some $10,000 or 115,000 a mile to build. To day it requires an embankment 30 or Canada Has a Chip on Its thouldsr for the United 8tates In tha Tar 30 feet high and at a cost of $00,000 ami Iff Controversy. sometimes $100,000 a mile. When flvo or six miles of these cave Into the ritrr today, it Is a Ions which amounts to DECLINE OF POINTS MILLIONS FOR ROADS the total annual' revenues of the levee district frequently. If the federal potcrniuent can be in ENORMOUS COTTON HOLDINGS 1MOUNT TO BR APPORTIONED AMONO TIIK STATES. duced to revet the banks so that when n BY BU LS UNLOADED. levee is constructed it will be a perma nent affair, the people living in tho Spinners Bought Freely on ths pressntatlvs Sultsr Would Spend .deltas of the Lower Mississippi will, in Million Bales Sold $100,000,000 on ths Roads the course of a few years, lw relieved of ths Country. In Last Two Wsslcs. of the tremendous tax rate which they hate been paying fbr the past ouarter New York, The New York cotton WssMngton. The latest of numerous of a century. market, following the downward move contributions to pressed legislation for WALSH "G0EST0"THE PEN ment which began shortly after the new highway construction in the United year, touched new low levels again, with .States Is a bill by Hepresentatlte Carrier $10,000,000 of Texas, appropriating Few Frisnda Bid Aged Financier estimated liquidation of 600,000 bales. At the low point fur the day, March among the States snd territories pro Farewell at Depot. Chicago. When the fast passenger contracts shotted a decline of 76 points, rats, according to mileage of the travtrain of the St. l'aul road pulled out of while May registered a loss of 73 points. eled public roads In these respective Jurthe union station Tuesday evening the In the latter case, as compared with isdiction. The fund, according to Mr. Csmer's most picturesque, criminal case ever the high point of the season, this is a known to Chicago was brought to an drop of IH.S0 a bale. When these lots- ideas, should I apportioned by the of agriculture after certification end. In a stateroom in the rear of the levels were reached, howetcr, an enormous, demand from strong tsda In of the gotcrnora as to tlx amount needlast car of the tralfi was a bent man the principal In this long terests, whose purchases checked the de- ed, etc., and the amount allowed each legal fight that has stretched over more cline on Fridsy, brought about a rally State Is not to exsceed ths State's own and a firm close, with May at U.TSc'snd appropriation for road maintenance. than four years. Within the past week Mr. Sulier Intros this bent figure clambered slowly .Maren 1J.6IC. upon the Pullman car, a small knot of Purchases by spinners, who realized duced a postal savings bank bill to produce, accordins. to hi friends said farewell to the man who, to that future markets have had a decline them, has been John It. Walsh, financier, of nearly 3 cents a pound from the top, scheme of figuring, half a billion dollars railroad builder and bank president. while spot markets have lost little more of dejKxIls from the .people in the posWhen he alfghtcd from tho train on than $3 a bale, and who are buying as tal banks, $100,000,000 of the amount Wednesday morning it was to become a a hedge against forward requirements, to be spent on road construction. plan thl Mr. Sulzer figured that numconvict in a federal penitentiary also had a strong influence tonard suswould bring into circulation millions of bered and without other identity. taining the market. The fight that Walsh has waged to With the day's liquidation, it is esti dollars of hoarded gold and restore to keep out of the penitentiary was contin mated that since this tremendous selling work "tens snd ten of thousand of ued almost up to the hour that the train movement began, two week ago, hold; idle workmen." which was to bear, him to Fort Leaven- logs amounting to nearly 4,000,000 bale FIGHT F0RCOTTOY CLAIMS worth prison left the ciij. have been disposed of. These contracts r, At the. ruornlbg session of thsdcral are supposed o nsve gone isrgcry into court of appeals' bis ..lawyers' hotly Fight to Ba Kads for Court ot the hands of trade Interests. the handing down lf tliqiandatc Claims to Try Cases. which permitted the marshal to carry Washington. A strung fight will t HOOKWORM IS INFECTIOUS nto execution tbe orders of the lower made to get through this Congress as . court. araenJment conferring jurisdiction upon Negroes Give Hookworm to Whits tha Court of Claims to try rases intolv BUZZARD-BOUNCHICAGO and Whites Olvo Tuberculosis i"X raptured and abandoned property, of to the Blacks. which cotton was the principal article. Hopes Destroyed of Gaining Nsw Atlanta, lla. "Tho most serious In- Many years sgo Congress conferred jurCoal and Food Supply. Chicago. Chicago is rapidly approach fectious disease in the "South today is isdiction upon tbe Court of Claims for ing the state of a city besieged for the that of the hookworm," declared Dr. about two yeans to adjudicate the cotblizzard that continues unabated in many Ilia tics Wurd Stiles of the tinted States ton cotton cases, but many claimants parts of the country has destroyed all public health service, in addressing the did not learn of the legislation in time present hopes of replenishing the prac opening session of the first national con- to file their petition. The original clalmunt and their wittically exhausted city ( supply of coal, ference called for the study of this disease here this morning. While speci- nesses ar iaslug away, and unless C remilk and other necessities. found gress does something very ecdily the Heroic efforts are being made to pro mens of the hookworm hate tect the babies of the city by various in the New Kngland States, the Middle heirs will be unable to prute their eases. civic and charitable organization, with West and In the Northern Pacific States, Tho house and senate hate 4ed bills the'rcsult that today the big milk com- the disease is primarily one of warm cli- foi the relief of cotton claimants, but panies will not deliver milk at any home mates and is generally prevalent in the both did not set during the same ConSouth Atlantic and Cull States, gress and the measures were lost. where there is not an infant. On the negro is placid the responsiThe coal situation fa worse than at any time in the city'.s history, and the small bility for the presence of the disease In DEADLY DUEL OF FOUR HOURS umount in bins is rapidly dwindling. the United slates. Dr. Stiles said that the hookworm found here ha been D0NT QUOTE BIBLE IN SALOON. traced to the west coast of Africa, and Night Watchman Chsse Each Other Around Building to Blay. It undoubtedly was brought here by the Alexandria, La. When he started to negro. In this connection Dr. Stiles New York. A duel of four IiouiV quote the Scriptures in a saloon near called attention to tbe fact that while duration between two night watchmen white man at the liegro hud gitin to the whites the in a store on Broadway resulted In the here today, a middle-agetracted so much attention that he was hookworm, tuberculosis had been pre death of one of the participants, killed taken in charge by the iolics on sus scntcd to the negro by the whites, and by a bullet in the head. After finally picion of being Clifford, wanted at today tho death rate from consumption running down and shooting his comIturbunk, Cal., and Higgs, Ore., for ex- among the negroes of the South is three panion, the survivor sat down and wrtto press robberies. The local police will times the toll of that disease among tho a letter to the police, telling them all communicate with the authorities of whites. about it, snd then finished up his night's Oregon and California. Twenty-fitr cent, of the cotton mill work by clearing up snd puttbu; the employes of the South nro Infected with etore In order. Football a Misdemeanor. Ferris told the police that Woods Richmond, Va. The playing of foot the hookworm. slapped In in in thu face and that for ball in Virginia Is made a misdemeanor under a bill offered in the Senate by PAULHAN WINS 510,000 PRIZE hours they chased cash oilier around the store, upstairs and down. Several shots Cupt. Parks, of Psge county. The game were exchanged, but none took effect is prohibited and all players, promoters and managers sre rendered liable to pun Files 4S Miles to Mountains In 03 until Ferris finally caught Woods in tho Minutes, 42 Bsconds, engine room and sent a bullet into Id ishment by fine In the first case and by Los Angeles, Cut, Fighting against a fellow watchman's head. confinement In jail for a second offense. gale of wind which had driven balloon-ist- s Form 377 Converts Daily to cuter, Louis Paulhun of Fram-St. Inils, Mo. Hundreds of St. Ixuis New York. Hie impu succeeded in making n forty-fivmile aus have organized tation of the world converted at the to protest against In u Furiimn biplane tho prevailing high prices of meat. The rate of 377 souls a day during the last cross country flight t year, according to the summarized sta- He broke the world's rucord for such an James Creech Club was or aerial toy ago and won u prize of ganlzed lu the (iermun section of thl tistics of workers from virtually every mission field on the globe, who addressed city, and 200 persons have already signed The world's cross country record for its pledgo to ubstnlu from meat until the convention of the laymen's missionthe ncroplauu lllghts wu lnld'by S. F. Cody, packers materially rcdure the price for ary movement. A number of well known who covered forty miles in A3 minutes Sixteen clerks in the Federal business men advocated placing missionlast here signed tint pledge to reary snd church work on a business basis at Aldershot, Kngland,forty-fiv- October. Paulhun made his miles in frain from purrhualiig meat during instead of resorting to undignified ap ths Gi minutes 43 seconds. peals to cnariiy. net thirty duy. ' campaign against the sale of mid storage egg In Kentucky ban' been launched. Tho experiment station hero tins taken up tho subject and within the next four days wilt Issue data ot an edurntlonal tort to ths users of hen fruit. Th a li to be followed by rx bulletin on the subject of tho marketing of ogRfc. nnd ultimately It Is Intended thnt tho pure food department for Ktntticky will adopt regulations requiring that the date upon which tho line was lnld bo stamped upon the shell. Ky. A Ken-luck- y 'C, V .e c Af--i- ' . f branch orgs,,.,,,,,,,, Society of i:ITl , with every forth by the o, t. lit flftlnn . ........ nM ., 'owing reeclutie,,, Resolve,! ti... 'til miinond lo the rur , nsmmy t,i i I . M lR , the dels,.,, ;,. -- ' 11 . 1 . t: , ( "-- U ". B f ', srowlnr Hit A. p., i iv V Iho mnletng raMci 'or' A who In! ta .i Tobaeeo soeirt, i ? . elocted. president r nd Is predicted ,, In the contention statements that t!,. a , , 1 , t- tic... 8. of K ." . v3 . h'"-.i- r "lta Ml . 1910. In Lw,,.,,,,, A Cosgresii.an - . -'t- HARNESS DEALERS MEET. "j -- 1 -'fer e Crusade to Be Started Against Direct Sales by Wholesalers. taulsvllto, Ky. The firat annual convention of tho Trlstate llctall Harness Healers' association here astern-blewith 2H0 delegate from Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky. The slogan of tho meeting will be, '"Retail Saddlery Business to tho Retail Deal-em,and an effort will bo made to rtoi tho mlo of goods by wholessto dealers direct to consumers. Q- M. 8ehcr, of Cincinnati, national secretary ot tbe llarnesa IValers l'rotec-llv- o asioclat'on, will bo ono of tho principal speakers. d " - ,u VLii' .u 7 1 !tf 75 hranch ornauifcii. The frttowing NhM.,4 ed by the Wool (;, , of the Awerbsn rk .., Z ,. ;l which also ne iec Resolved. That , r each ami vrv . om, ' tale of Krttto.lty i t 4 7 . f f i r elect, boartlsf.V. Dlsjrl.t Union UNCLE OF KIDNAPED GIRL Admits Are on Eve of Negotiations with Abductors of ths Child. Kdlntrs - see-rets-ry gray-haire- d jouisvllle. Ky Frank Fchr. nncle of Alms, the kidnaped daughter of Fred Kcllner, admitted that ho had received a letter from persons who claim to hold (he missing child, asking for ransom. He declared that he believed this to be tho same party who wroto to him about tho first of the year, demanding n largo ransom. Mr. Fehr said the parents were willing to pay any reasonable sum, and would guarantee Immunity to her captor. Kentuckv. and At pool tho wool of , inv . )osr 1SI0 under ii, j Owcnsboro. Kr lie. any cottnty bavin - ,Z the A. 8. of B rr ay i wool according U the s Mtll by laws abote turn' n J n ommend that ra h --j u Own live sleek bnsirr i t j1 , V S. of A. Ve m ttj, T c- ibpytj tw7 , ai c- -t alth tbelr by is u4 ;;; PROMINENT Leulivllle MEN AT BANQUET Doard of K Tnie G'tei cessful Aflitr Kv at Kentu. ki rj i annual baiwjaet gin n ' C iioaru or TrJe at' rc. J, 1 Loulatllle. resentatire U I. t.--j - D Ik-c- plendld progress .f achievements of her t r: c.J,:i ti s iwut year The ( ' r ;:r sr. BOOMS BURST (lor. Augustus K In the Cumberland and Thousands of llam O. Head. I.i- u i, r , It Judge Henry 8 1U Logs Are Adrift. court of appeals, mi cf i r Lexington. Ky A report from era) assembly ard ni V - 'liftNut i t cf ft Stearns Is to tho effect that the tral council 41 Stearns Lumber Co. has lost J.OOO.WW sieaknrs olned in k r feet of logs through the bursting of greater and brlgb cr r. s.ycftU booms In tho Cumberland river be- south. cause of tho tinrommonly high tide. Ixnlngfon, Ky - I' The mammoth sawmill at Stearns, It ' iSor U Is said, will lw shut down for about buy a shave In anr b: on Surwlay C four months bcoauso of tho floating away of the log, many of which am elofi and the pi I. s ' t Icztf 4 bring cauiiht In booms at Ilurnslde, men llarkets' un'n snd will bo sold by the Steam Lum- heodausrtera So.' " ' ' ? hiVi Thowever, wade pro'ber Ca to the mltU at that polnL -i the homes of pstrm ' ut' i' U I 4a ed that l Mr rur j. s a GUN FIRED INTO CROWD If the shops bad U- n ' " Of 13 Young Men and Women on Their "IxHilsvtlW. Kv li a" Way to Church. )" ru condition Ijmren.e y. t Augusta, Ky. At llrooksvlllo Chas. found lying on t' e t, i - a ! few feel away fn.- I shotOallneher fired a gun Into a crowd of IS younc men and aertoaa stab wen - a'3 women on their way to church, shoot-- I and bely. The " and in Silas Kinney. Hotel Mayer and twobis neck and fa- ' i. Ji Misses Mngsle Hrownlna;, Anna Haley In and four others. A the crowd passed S" FrankfsrL Kr ' his house some one tolled out: "let A":r Oallagher," and ho responded tlon ot Ubor ele. d 11 I'JiHt-Vieher go. president; John S.rmnun. with tho double-banole-d -' - f J"jct . - jri?rt.b r- r t - -- "t li - double-barrele- - d J- set-to- - . Catlettsburg, Ky A Jury acquitted Domlnlek Martin tic Jack l'rultton a chargo of slaying Con- Max Trout, seircui rr lll nice- - n I ductor Frank Illevlns. association Ky. Accompanied by n tho second Mnndav F. W. Mclllvsii, T .' P- x rk" " '- t 'J " jfi rJ w r ) .aaarr " ' d phyvldnn, Col. John II. Whallen. local democratic leedcr. wns brought homo 111 from Frankfort, whero hn hml boen attending tho legislative session. Ky. When tho park Covington, commissioners get the new park In fhapo, the ground for which they recently purchased from Messrs. Jio-tu- s nnd Arthur Ooohel, the latter two will erect n monument In tho pnrk thnl will cost more than the price whlclr they received for the land. y Frankfort. Ky In n bueket snon v Cm n bet on mnrnlns . .n r In Kentucky, is IV ' - ' f ' " c ir IMillatewwrtlnan.. In the case of tu. W slon 0o.'s assUi'" n. ley and O. W sh w e ' r,.M S I)uUvllle. Ky M tyre, who dlsaiM- - .. recently, wa Am In this vily claimed was her ' Pi a ' ' "'' It ' v i v jr i i s e Frankfort, Ky. Mayors of many t' ,l,r Kentucky ollles met here and ptrma-nentl- AeconliBK t. rm- - ' ....... i i nun organized, with Janien II. ' of this city, ns chnlriiinn, and of other polIe M. Camptotl, Jr., of I'adtionh, James narUeHrsvlllf b secretary. A bill plating cities on the ' whis.i in o bnils as counties In en so of per- unldentlfle.1 v i: Iho burning sonal damage suits wns approved. I l'als-grov. ' f ' f,t ' ' t t u,. h Anti-Mea- $10,-00- i. y e Coal Co. He ha Louisville, Ky. A rise In tho Ohio black damp Ti- nnt nearly every point south of Clnoin-tin- t under the d'reitlMt o 1. nj tho result of heavy rnliiH, tins perts, have ben Increased the danger of shipping. Thy tio big colllerv, most serious itcrge in the Ohio Is nt nets win uo ft '. Ilrnndeiibtirg, Ky., where leu Is piled portion 15 feet high and jammed Into " solid Is tho larperf 't. I 1,1 imd'tho low Is i" mars for a d'stanco of 50 tullus. cri-.te- " ' V), ff T, r ' ; . r) V ,,.. t,.,i. t obe K,rU,k.. wnr at Brussels, by sustaining u point of order ugaiust uu appropriation for the continuance of tliu sertice of these the pararepresentative". thinks his wife must luvo been shocked graph making such an appropriation was Into unconsciousness by fear that the stricken out tvheu consideration of the child had been killed, She did nut speak urgent defleleuey appropriation bill was afterwurd. resumed lu the house. 30 her husbuud uwoke to find tho woman lu a comatose state. Their baby lay on the floor, unhurt. Mr. Mendelsohn had no knowledge of what had happened, but Winchester, Ky A tract of 4.000 Cannon Overrules Teddy. CUT PATIENT'S THROAT, seres of coal Inml on tha ueadtvntorq Three Months in Trance; Dies. Washington. Speaker Cannon offiot tho Kentucky river near Found Pittsburg. Not once emergliii; from a Surgeon Saves Life With flap. In Letcher county, Ima been speechless trance in which the had lain cially ruled thut I'lesident RooHevelt hail cific authority of law by tho Northern Coal nnd Coke Knife. for three months and a half, Mrs. Kuto acted without Mendelsohn passed on to death at a hos In appointing representatives tu the thin) Birmingham, Ala. A patient with a Co. at 1Z5 rer acre, or a total of pltal here. On the night of September International conference on maritime swelling in the neck was suffocating at 1500.000. Quick-witted i", 4o,j Hnpklnsvllle. Kv ' 'r t f Amurlcn, Nd., at tho nso of 2S ' f itf M v eld he was i'rih-, pjford, bort stud by l' '' lB1(fJ Williams iul MJ r cf Vh aaslstant qiwrteriuM ' , ;' ' tho llillliiau Hospital when Dr. W. II. Wilder, local surgeon of tho Frisco heard the gurgling sound nnd went to tho bedside. The physician plakod iip'n knl( hastily, und without any anesthetic, rut thu patient's throat. A sllter tithe was ufterward placed In ths cut and tho pat lint Is rccovuilitg. rail-roa- States marine. Ixixlrigton, Ky. The Kentucky Evenowllng tlreetl. Is ning (latotto, democratic lu polities IJO.O. of the nnd tho olltelnl newspaper of the ml lnlnlstrut'oii of this ctity, Nuapemloil llodos, ntlorueys t publication. The Gazntte, for tuoro Neville IUjlroj.1 than 100 years n tveuhly, mudo Its np. oldeat nnd thl, bar. died of l renrunco us u dally Jan. 21, 1907- - "fp y ., )ne0,ti , Ik ,,ifel r ' !) ifliinn wnv itihr, states as follow: n ,av lid catarrh for mor Have tried thin Hilrly year. cerytMng on earth and spent h;.j;and of dollar for olher (n'juncs and with physician, ,ni,lnB ro school Be"nB I lief, and can ay to you that f,io found Peruna the only rem that has curod mo per. tif also cured my wu'jof catarrh. She always keep It in the house for an attack of ci'S, which It Invariably cure In (very short tlmo." minenlly. Peruna ha .iintr Thousand of Dollars "" nd ConulIJK w' Physicians, lie- Was Desperate. J. Q. CHICAGO, ILLS.-- Mr. CttVr,of 134 Van Guren 8l.,B e.Vnown wholoiato dry goods - . ASKS MAKtoorni emeu i , . MERCHANT LIS FOR OF CONSERVATION DUO 0ES0U0GES Special Message Is Sent to Congress by President Urging Action by Lawmakers. CONTROL OF WATER POWER I . JuoNCIIIAL TROCHES . j fi.i! .... lev IkMfMftfM CnssrhaU Sort Executive Recommends Leasing of Valuable Privileges on Government Domain to Private Interests Under Conditions That Would Pre-veMonopoly Question of Fostering Soils Most Important Reclamation and Irrigation of Arid Lands Also Treated Upon Preservation of Our Forests. Washington. The president transmitted to congress a peclal message on tho subject of the conservation of Uie nation's natural resources. In substnnro It was aa follow: To lh RITTER DISAPPOINTMENT. 8nU and Usui of Itcprcscnta- I sublwt of the conservation nf nur tin. Ilonal rttuurtra for dlipoaltlon In a tpe. clsl tnnB.. aa follow. in several drpartmrnta Ihrre Is il li ncniilty for lexl.latlon look-I- n to 111. furthtr conservation of nu, . .. . .. una national rtsourers, and tlm aulijrct Is ono K' must no naru in Ik .rll n.l Iflnln fnt of aurh Important aa to rrqulra a nioro dlai:rd am rxt.nilnl cllicumlon than can m rnlrrrd upon In thin comr.iunlca-tlof - 'r likes Yea. mum: especially early Kor that reason I iliall taka an l opKrtunlty to stn! a mfa-a- s -- a j r A dat yer navon I innorit to contrrii on the aubjrrt of the Improtrmrnt of our waterway, uiwn tlx it ic::.ck. rarlamatlon and Irrlcatlon of arid. aml-ari- d and wnmp landa; upon the preservation of our forest and tlm ef aultabl arena, upon Ilia . . . ... ...I.... LJ I If of the public domain with a view of eparatlna- - from agricultural Thit H i First Name I Easily nettlement mineral, roal and phnaphato landa and Pronounced. lllea bclonclna; to th Kovernmrnt bordering on at ream ai.able for tha r"ts a L ky thine for roe." said 1)111 of water power. In 1M w had a public domain of f: Dctcctlvo, to himself, I1I.M aere Wo have now T31.1H.M1 arre, rnnnned largely to tho mountain ranee and Ilia arM and aeml-arl- d nlmn. - I tta.l Imnti nmltin. nrirt. We have. In I. addition. MS.03S.K3 ncrra ,.f pre-nlf. V. n. r-ps-la- In my annual mriuii r.rvrf m. . .... ullll-tatl- !... - a. IL3 ci i 1. . II .11- - 1 1. ..III.... I .... fa c.t on t And who Archibald lu.ucni laiL. I the case and 1.1 I're trapped i. n .i sroai d sr "llcnrstlr. I bcltoro I'd havo to u.iu sarins ii Anioov. ucioro i coi mr man would bo on the next Fraudulent Title. ...... M . . . i. j tuMh iui luifia The truth I that title to millions of M..WIV iv Haill flVUIIIU HUU imuicu arte or publlo landa was fraudulently obtained and that the right to recover a u dt nroirtunn " large part nf aurh lands for the government long since ceased by reason of a A Nasty Dig. of llmltatlona. There has develormd a deep concern In the As nasty a die ns I orer admlnls- - In recent year mind reepecllng the itti In my newspaper career In Vir publicproper use of our naturalpreservation and resource. tu. i.Fy saiu Aiarx Twain, "wa Ul- - Tills ha particularly directed against a man named Fer toward the conservation or the resourrea of th public domain. A vast amount of rsscn baa appeared In the public Kcrtuuon, at Christmas tlmo. In- - discussion genernlticd print In form en this subUM co to seo the present he bad ject, but there has Ueen little practical suggestion. It haa been eaay to aay that his wife Thoy were magnificent flttn CM Tho man expected, of courso, a the natural resourcea In fuel supply. In forests. In water power, and In other rltecn. public utilities, must be saved from Wtil, he wasn't disappointed. The waste, monopoly, and other abuses, and Etu day In n prominent place on the the general rubllo la In accord with this are with pro cf tho Kntcrprlso, I Inserted proposition,Thena they however, moat problem, truisms. la how tlU rsracraph to save and how to utilise, how to con John II serve and still develop, for no sane perFerisuton'a Christmas son can contend that It Is for the comttti to his wlfo are being much i mon nature's They Includo n diamond tom-tb- f only good that generations.blessings are for unborn r and many other beautiful sped-bNoteworthy Reforms, of cut Rlass. M Among the most noteworthy reforms Initialed by my distinguished predecessor The Stuff That Kills. were the vigorous prosecution of land Mrs. Ilcnham frauds and the bringing to public attenIsn't tion of (he necessity for preserving the two' remaining public domain from further Hcaham I'ooIrT wilt h ih spoliation, for the 'maintenance and extt tie tension of our forest resources, nnd for the enactment of laws amending the obsolete statutes so as to retain governWHEN DINNER nriMPn pub. mental control over that part of One Ought to Have a Good Appetlts. He il&matn In which there are the valuable deposits of roal. of oil. and of phosphate, A COod nnnnflfn ! and. In addition thereto, to preserve conih. Kn.i t toes a lone way toward helping In trol, under condltlAna favorable to the public, of the lands along tho streams In dlgeitWo process, and that Is absolnhlch the fall of water can be made to utely cssentlnl to health transmitted In the and BtrcnBth. generate power In bemany miles to the Many persons have form of electricity found that drapo-fl- point of its use, known a "water power" fool Is not only nourlshlnij but sites, sreat appetizer. Kven children The present stntute, except so far the tasto of It nnd grow strong as they dispose of the precious metals and tlm purely agricultural lands, ore "4 rosy from Ua uso. not adapted to carry out the modern It Is especially tho food to mako a view of tha best disposition of public stomach strong and croato an lands lo private ownership, under con dition offering on the nnn hand su intwite for dlnnor. Inducement to private capital to "I am 07 year old," writes a Tonn. dent them over for proper developmndttothcr, "and havo had a weak take with restrictive conditions on ment, tocacl, from childhood. Uy groat care the other which shall secure to the "to my diet I onjoyed n reasonable publlo thst character of control which will prevent a monopoly or misuse of tkil ?f hl'aIth' but novor the landa or their products. Tho power to withQrap-NuClUal n n of the aecretnry of the Interior existing-statutedraw from the operation of tracts of land, the disposition ftI.W!?e1 1.,lavo 1,0 appoflto for of which under suqh statutes would i"'1 cat t0 k0P "P niy be detrimental to the publla Interests, toaspoonfuls of Is not clear or satlsfsctory. This power Cmfv',1 ,ak0 haa been exerflsed In the Interest of the public, with the hope that congress como 1 tt,I hungry. might nmrm the action of the execui? .ncr without any breakfast 1 tive by laws adapted to the new condiL tions. Unfortunately, congress hss not Hko timber-culture, tLrc-Jtstat-ute- litis, on my rnce. you?" ho asks. Wllllnsham Do Qraffen tho Uoy Dotcctlroi' I an are Disbursement of Public Lands. Tho public lands were, durlna- - tho erlt. administrations, treated as a national fit saaet for the liquidation of tho public debt and aa a source of reward for our soldier and sailor. Ijiter on they were donated In larare amounts In told at tho ronatrurtlon of wagon roads and rail- way, in order to open up region In the weat then atmoat Inacceaalbla. Alt tha plinelpal land statutes were enacted more lhan a quarter of a century ago. The homealesd act. th and act. the coal land and the mining acta were among these. rca Ix-e-n tt ad-&- hd. ..n.. f U 'un any-tind- tr s C sent different calling. The Chinese always do that with their nrtt-borNovel Method of Determin tons. Wo put a small box of pills to I)aat8UU"ner, nnd finally we Flilher' ing Profession That HI Son stand for medicine, a prnycr book for iwwlir,? Now ho I. tho ministry, a pen for literature, n Should Follow. tt h ,mJ nnd n- - When asked pencil for journalism, a gavel for law. hU nur80 or Orapo-Nutk IZl, banking, up nna Pln A man whoso only child Is a boy of n key for science, a purso for to the cof "tV ,7 was leu wua telling boiuo of ul menus aud so on. 110 troublo to wean t af it "Tho youngster snt crowing In tho boy's sphero nead how 1m bad found tha tU !mi ,k". t0 frapo-Nuta.midst of tho things for it few minIn Ufu. 'Th0 " Jb "- to Well-i:.and In pks8, When ho wa u baby of six months.' utes, und then leaned forward toyed a Itcason." . grabbed tho poncH That ho ho explained, "wo followed tho old of putting him on a rug with nnd then throw asldo. Then ho ua lull u( feuuisa In Ijiocustom of tho lloor aud Burrounu- tussled with the prayer book. Kvcn hltt.u center iTrtne . lreakfnt .com. to ,l',,otl,, for dinn-- . eating dlnnor. thus far fully acted on the reeommen .their proper extension, and the bondi datlons of the executive, and the ntie running ten years or more to be takes Hon ss to what the executive Is to Up by the proceeds of returns to the no i tinder the circumstances, full of reclamation fund, which returns, ni difficulty It seem to me that It IS the yesrs go on, will Incresse rapldl) the duty of enrigrea now, by a statute, n emouni. to validate the withdrawal which New Law Requisite. have been made by the secretory of the rte.pertlnff Ihe comtmrntlvel em. I Interior nnd the president .and timbered aress on the nubile domain nn me secretary of the Interior trmporar Include,) in national forests because of lly to withdraw lands nendlnr Dnbmls their Isolation special for slon to conres of recommendations as agricultural or or their purposes.value sp- It I mineral to leglslntlnn to meet conditions or I'areni irom tne evils resulting by viremergencies ns they arise. tue of the Imperfections of existing laws Public Land Along 8trems. for the dlsiiosltlon of timber lands With to the tmhllo land tne net of June I, 1171, should be that re which lie alone; the Mrentn offering pealed and a law enacted for the rit.rwv opportunity to Convert water power jltlon of the timber at publlo sale, the Into transmissible electricity, another Isnds after the removal of the timber to important phase or th publlo land De subject question Is presented. Them are vaN agricultural lo appropriation l under tha or mineral land uable water power sites through sll What 1 have said I epitome the ptitllc Innd states. The opinion of the recommendationsreally ansecretary of Is held that the transfer of sovereignly of the Interior Jn respect r.io to the from the federal government to the conservation nf the public domain future territorial governments as they become present annual report. He has In his given aiatea, included ilia waler power in close attention to the problem of disposithe rivers except so far as that owned tion of these lands under such conditions by riparian proprietor. I do not as to Invite tho I'rlvato capital necessary iiiik it necessary lo go Into discussion to Ihelr delc'ipment on tho one hand, nf thl omewhnt mooted question of and the maintenance of the restrictions law It seems to mo sufficient lo say necessary to Vrevent monopoly and abuse that the man who owns nnd control from the other. the land along the stream; from which These absolute ownership onIncorporated recommendations are power Is to be converted and transthe In bills he haa prepared, and they are at mitted, awn land which la Indispenscongress. I earnestthe disposition able to the conversion and use of that ly recommend Of the all the suggestions that power. I cannot concelvo how th wnirn ne nas made wun respect to these power In atrrnms flowing through public lands can be mnde available at all lands shall oe embodied In statute and, except by ualng the land Itself as the espeilally, that the withdrawals already shall be far site for the construction Of the plant made and that validated so the as necessary doubt authority by which the power I generated and of the secretary of as to the Interior to withconverted and securing n right of wsy draw landa for the purpose of submitting thereover for transmission lines, Un recommendations ss to future disposition der these condition, If the government new legislation Is needed owns the adjacent land Indeed, If the of them wherecomplete and unquestioned. government la the riparian owner It shall be made Disposition of Forest Reserves. may Control the use of the water power by imposing proper condition on th The forest reserves of the United ill. position of the land necessary In the Rtates, some 190,000.000 acres In extent, are creation and utilisation of the water under the control of the department of power. agriculture, with authority adequate to preserve them and to extend their growth Value of Wattr Power. The development In electrical aDDtl- - so far as that may be practicable. Tha Importance of the maintenance of our ances for the cnnveralon of the water power Into electricity to be transmitted forests cannot be exaggerated. The possilong distances ha progressed so far that bility if a scientific treatment of forests so that they shall bo made to Yield a It Is no longer problematical, but It fs a certain Inference that In the future the large return In timber without really re power of the water falling In the streams ducing the supply has been demonstrated to a large extent will take the place of in other countrlra, and we should work natural fuels. In the dlspoiilon of the toward the atnndard set by them as far domain already granted, many water as their methods are applicable to our Dower si lea have come under absolute condition. Improvement of River. ownership, and may drift Into one ownership, so that all the water power under I come now to the Improvement of the private ownership shall be n monopoly. Inland waterways. He would be blind. If, however, the water power cites now Indeed, who did not realize thot the peoowned by the government and there are ple of the far west, and especially those unough of themshall be disposed of to of the Mississippi valley, have been private persons for the Investment of aroused to the need there Is for the Im way as to prevent provement of our Inland waterwavs. their capital In such a The Mississippi river, with the Missouri their union for purposes of monopoly with other water power sites, nnd under on the one hand and the Ohio on the shall limit th right of use other, would seem to offer a creat nat conditions that lo not exceeding thirty years with renewal ural means of Interstate transportation privileges and some equitable means of and traffic How far. If properly Improved fining terms of rentnl and with proper iney would relieve the railroads or supmeans for determining a reasonable grad plement them In respect to the bulkier ualed rental. It would seem entirely Dos and cheaper commodities Is a matter of slble to prerent the absorption of these conjecture. No enterprise ought to be moat useful land by a power monopoly, uniiertaken the coat of which Is not defA long aa the government retains con initely ascertained and the benefit and trol and can prevent their Improper union advantage of which are not known and witu oilier pianis, competition must be assureJ by competent engineers and other authority. When, however, a project of maintained and prices kept reasonable. a definite character for tho Improvement Soils Must De Conserved. In considering the conservation of the of a waterway has been developed so nutural resourcea of the country, the fea-- i that the plans have been drawn, the cost definitely estimated, and the traffic ture that tranacemls nil others. Including which will be accommodated Is reason woods, water, minerals, hi the soli of Uie ably probable I think It Is the duty of country. It Is Incumbent upon the government to foster by all available means congress to undertake the project and the resources of the country that produce moke provision therefor In the proper ap tbe rood or tne people, to tin end the propriation Mill. One of the projecta which answers the conservation of the aolls of should be cared for with all means at the description I have given Is that of Introgovernment's disposal. Tbelr productive ducing dams Into the Ohio river from power should have the attention of our rlttsburg to Cairo, so as to maintain at seasons of the year, by slack water, scientist that we may conserve the new alldepth of nine feet. Upward of seven soils, Improve the old soils, dmln wet a' or these dams have already been consoils, ditch swamp soils, levee river overstructed and six are under construction. grow trees on thin soils, pasflow soils, ture hillside soils, rotate crops pn all while the total required Is W. The re 63,000,000. Is soil, discover methods for cropping dry maining cost me known to bedevelopment It seem to that In tlm land soils, find grasses and legumes for all soils, feed grslns and mill feeds on of our Inland waterways It would be to begin with this particular project the farms whero they originate, that the wise carry and It through as rapidly as may soil from w,hlch they come may be enbe. I assume from reliable Information riched. that It can be constructed economically A work of the utmost Importance to Inform and Instruct the public on this chief In ten years. I recommend, therefore, that the public lands. In river and harbranch of the conservation of our resources Is being carried on successfully bor bills, make provision for continuing In the department of agriculture; but It contracts to complete this Improvement, ought not to escape publlo attention that and I shall recommend In the future. If It be necessary, that bond be Issued to state action In addition to that of the department of agriculture (aa for Instance carry It through. What haa been ssld of the Ohio river In the drslnsge of swamp lands) ta esway of Is true In sential lo the beat treatment of the soils provement a less completeMississippithe imof the upper from In the manner nbove Indicated. St, l'aul to SU Louis to a constant depth parts of The net by which. In eeml-arl- d of six feet, and of the Missouri, from the public domain, the area of the homestead has been enlarged from ICO to 0 Kansas City to St, Louis to a constant acres has resulted most beneficially In depth of six feet and from St. Louis to the extension of "dry farming" and In Cairo of a depth of eight feet. These the demonstration which has been made projects have been pronounced practical of the possibility, through a variation In by competent boards of army engineers. the character nnd mode of culture, of their cost has been estimated and there raising substantial crops without the la business which will follow the Im presence of such a supply of water as provement. As these Improvements are being made. has bceu heretofore, thought to be necesand the traffic encouraged by them shows sary for agriculture. No one can visit the far west and the Itself of sufficient Importance, the Imbeyond provement of tha Mississippi couiajry of arid and seml-arl- d lands without being convinced that this Is one of Cairo down to the gulf, which la now a depth the most Important methods of the con- going on with the maintenance of changed servation of our natural resources that of nine feet everywhere, may be neces the government haa entered upon. It to another and greater depth If the would appear that over SO projects have sity for It shall appear to arise out of the been undertaken, and that a few of traffic which can be dollvered on the river at Cairo. these are likely to be unsuccessful beCheap Rail R.te Necessary. cause of lack of water, or for other reasons, but generally the work which has I am Informed that the Investigation been done haa been well done, and many by the wnterways commission In Kurope Important engineering problems have shows that the existence of a waterway by no means assures traffic unless there been met and solved. Is trafllo adapted to water carriage at Funds Inadequate for 8ervlce. One of the difficulties which has cheap rates at one end or the other of arisen Is that too many projects In the stream. It also appear In Kurope View of the available funds have been that the depth of the streams Is To rely set on foot. The funds available under more 'than six feet, and never mora than nine. Hut It Is certain that enormous the reclamation statute are Inadequate to complete these projects within n quantities of merchandise are transported over the rivers and canals In Germany reasonable time. And yet the projects have been begun; settler have been and France and England, and It Is also Invited to take up and. In many In- certain that the' existence of such methstance, have taken UP. the publla land ods of traffic materially affects the rates within the projects, relying upon their which the railroads Ciiarge, and It Is the prompt completion. The failure to best regulator of those rates that we complete the projects for their benefit have, not even excepting the governIn effect, a breach of faith and mental regulation through the Interstate I. Kor this reason. commerce commission. leave them In a most dlatreased conhope that this congress will take such dition. I urge tint the nation ought to afford the mrahs to lift them out of step that It may be called the Inaugu- the very desperate condition In which rator of tha new system of Inland waterways. For reasons which It Is not nec they now ore. This condition does not Indicate any essary here to state, congress has seen wnate or nny corruption on nt to order an investigation into the inexcessive the part of the reclamation service. It terior department and the forest service only Indicates an desire of the agricultural department. The results of that Investigation are not needed to extend the benefit of reclamation to aa many acres and as many states to determine the value of, and the ne as possible. I recommend, therefore., cessity for, the new legislation which I that authority be given to Issue, not have recommended In respect to the pubexceeding J30.0o0.000 of bonds from lla lands and In respect to reclamation. I time to time, as the secretary of the earnestly urge that the measures be takInterior shall find It necessary, the en ua and disposed of promptly without awaiting the Investigation which has been proceeds to be applied to the completion of tha projects already begun and determined upon. to-ti- Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. -.- rrnct .ABSOLUTE SAFETY' IS THE BASIS.... That wo offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your. Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President. 3, 3. IL Buchanan, T. A. Led ford. J. A. TMOHPSON, CashUr. C Dondurant, DIRECTORS O. B, Threlkeld, 3. W. Alexaa4r, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. It. H. Isler, THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It 'FOR RATES APFLY BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Tt LOCAL HANA1ER IUMIERLAKD TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO. aaa OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND -- Absolutely THE BEST- - . .. nillionaire Canned Goods, Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OtUl ob or t.lephoos) us when In ne-- d of GROCERIES, FRESH MKATB or FEE DSTU FITS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1STABLISHED 185& tlie-cou- TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B.O, Ramsgs, d.eesMd.) Harble and Granite rionuments CURBINO. MICKriAN, STONE i i WORK : of an kind!, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's una DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Orer CowclU'i drug Tonsorial Parlors Bast In Hickman. Hot and oeU bsXhs; el.ctrlo lights and faa, hydraulic ohsirs and eTsrjrthlag for comfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. tor.. Union City, Ttnn. building. In C. B. A. LAND I'asli Book Store Splendid Selection . . . FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If yon have real estate for ale, let us get you a layer. ADDRESS: New Books. Stationery, Post Cards. Notions, Etc Call and see ET.rjthlng ur stock. ufvvo-d&l- e, Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Kentucky. MarvBereniies&Company over-xealo- Let Us Be Your Waiter afasssD drapo-keah- l mako a FOUND had HIS SPHERE IN LIFE Ing him with small object to repren ,7 rao.nlh,olJ Krandson "lck wltU lomach ara"-Nul'1- s. " that failed to satisfy him, nnd the pill box fell Into his hands next. That ne kept; tho reason, of course, was evident. Ily shaking It about he gained n little clicking sound that pleased him. "Now, of courso, he'll have to study medicine. We may lot him dabble nt tho two other professions, Journalism and tho ministry, but wo'U havo to have an M. I), attached to his name somehow. So havu tho fates decreed," Drug Clerks Poorly Paid. Drug clerks In Norway get from $375 We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People wh have partaken of our excellent service coma back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our sample. """ t, UU-iic'i.- 0 JOB PRINTING I Ml. Wa can do Ihe Am class of printing, and we - to $530 a year, uuic mriiaiions, loner ceaus. bill Raad. : bills, ststementt, dodgers, cards, etc, all tH same careful Uesiffie&t Juit a little better than ssems necsuarj-- . Prompt delivery always. rcir? r I4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .fliHHHiliHiHIIHIHHHHHHHHHIHHHHBML Our Financial Statement which will be found in another column, contains some interesting information, look it over. It shows the amount of our enpitnl, our surplus, our deposits, our loans, cash on hand, a progressive yet con scrvntivc management, that our affairs arc in good shape, that wc safeguard our depositors' money, that wc have money to loan and that money deposited here is safe and can be had at any time. If you do not fully understand the statement do not understand how to tell the real strength of the bank come in and we will take pleasure in explaining the matter in detail. -- Lowest Prices TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Subscrlbo today. II year. All kinds of meats at Mooro'e grocery. The better grndo of Dry (loods at lower prices nt E. H. Ellison's Cash Store. A. E. Kennedy, GENERAL INSUH ANCK. ON AMERICAN FENCE WE'VE t sub- EverMode Regardless of the high prices of farm products and all other commodities, we are making the lowest CASH price on this fence ever made by us at any time. Don't forgot to renew your scription. grocery business. Tinware and stove fixtures at & Prather. FOR SALE: for salo cheap. Give C H. Moore a share of your THE- Two good old mules 33p II. Mangold. HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. It C If Its In the .ocory lino, we have II. Moore. Ptono No.4. Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattft, Mrs F. II. Parker Is tho guest of Mrs. I A. Smith, at Union City. Htr.ii, Hj li PracttaMy ItHltstructfett Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 Cut prices on all heaters and sov eral sizes of ranges. Hickman Hdw Company. 8 16,000 Rods ONE GIRL'S WAY By KENNETT HARRIS Hector looked very much worried, "I think It's all right," he said, "but a fellow can never be too sure. Take 'em aa a whole, I know women pretty welt I've had experience with 'em doa't you know; but there's always aomb little wrinkles that you can't learn till you're known 'cm a long time. You're an old friend of hers and I'd like to know what you think." If Hector had known what I thought It might hare hurt our budding friendship. I parried the quesUon. "You consider that she has siren you some encouragement, then!" I asked. "You will excuse me, but I hadn't supposed that she took your attentions seri-ouily.- " "But In private?" I suggested. "I don't mean literally, of course," he replied. "And I couldn't exacUy tell you why It Is I feel so dead er encouraged. Dut you know there's something: in the way a girl looks at you that there really Isn't aay mistaking, and there are little things that ah does. Yea, I feel encouraged. I dont mind saying that I'd be all broke up if I thought she didn't really care for ma. So far as Tommy la Tommy Is such an awful Idiot I'm certain that she couldn't ever care anything about him, but It did look a little suspicious. Now, honest, old maa, you don't think I've any reason to be scared of Tommy, do you?" "Honestly, then, I don't think he has the ghost of a show," I said, quite truthfully. Hector wrung my hand. "I'm awHy obliged to you, old man," be said. "This Is all In confidence, of course. I wouldn't have said anything at all, only you were such an old friend Ton understand? Well, I must be rolling along." Hector departed, apparently much cheered. I felt sorry for him, beseemed so hopeful. I made up my mind that I would talk to Marguerite a little. It was hardly 15 minutes after that when there was a sharp rap at my door and Tommy stuck his head In. "Hello!" he said. "You look uncommonly tickled about something. Let ma In on It I thought perhaps you wouldn't be In bed yet, so I concluded to eome In and finish my pipe with Hector opened his eyes to their full"Oh, she couldn't fall on a fellow's neck In public," he said. est extent, It- around bragging about It, but you're an old friend of the family and an old friend of hers. She thinks a good deal of you, old chap." I was very, very much obliged to him for telling me. "Yes, and I thought I would tell you that I'm thinking of steadying down and getting settled In life. There's Wa Buy you." I covered a large yawn with my hand and assured him that I was not at all sleepy. "It Isn't a very big pipe, anyway," I added. "I won't stay long," he promised, curling himself In the easy chair. He puffed at his pipe a few momenta and then he said: "I wanted to have a word with you about Marguerite." "Meaning Miss CJIrton?" I asked. He had the grace to blush. "Well, she doean't mind my calling her Marguerite when we are alone," be said. "You understand that I am not going FURS Hlrfss and Waal WH RooD.May Is 1856-"O- ver loslivlll" hairs andean d baiter feryeu than igenti or tommlnlon merchant!. Reference, any Bank In Uulivllle. Write for uerklj price Hit and shipping tags. Apple, WtldGlnfor, to. Wa are ditlinl eiUkllihed century la 229 C. Market St M. Sabal LOUISVILLE, KT. Sons, Sheriff Goalder Johnson Is nble to be out nfter an lllnosa of moro than bachelor existence, eight weeks. Now, you know the family and you "A little better than seems neces might give me a hint as to how I soda fountain service Harris stand there." Drug Co. "How do you think you stand with r.t Hlckmnn the young woman?" I asked. No better candy nindo than Jncob's "Oh, that part of It's all right I 1 tell It all slzo packages. Harris think," he replied, confidently at first. nt Hickman Drug Co. but with an after note of anxiety. Itobrrt (Polly) llendles Is tipped "Don't you think Hector Is In the for Postmaster of Fulton to succeed running?" his father, T. F. Beadles. "He? That conceited little beast? Better goods for the same money Well, I guess not Not If what Marguerite says about him is any Indlca-Uon.- or the same goods for less money at He laughed, then his expres E. It. Ellison's Cash Storo. sion grew serious. "Do you think he Tho Lyric Saturday night. Jan. 29 has any chance?" he asked anxious ll.t- Morphcta In magic, melody and ly. "If she took that fellow I believe tulrth. Admission 35 and f0c. I'd go and Jump into the lake." 1 was Joking." I said. "He is in Tho Courier prints more local nows love with her, of course. I happen to each week than any other local paper know that he hasn't a chance In the In Western Kentucky, world. Make yourself easy on his ac Sco A. E. Kennedy for Insurance count It Miss Glrton accepts you I don't see why there should be any se- ot all kinds Flro, Life, Accident, in rious objection on the part of the fam- good responsible old line companies ily. Now, must you be going? I've Dr. S. K. Davidson has purchased a got something to do new Ileo 30 h. p. touring car. It will be shipped to him at I had a good laugh all to myself Memphis, when he had gone. It was a little the Ice cream, hot and cold drinks and best Joke that had come my way for son time. Yet I was truly sorry for everything In tho soda water line as both of those fellows. I knew Mar good as can be found anywhere. Oco Harris. guerite. Tho Usonn Hotel at Fulton has When I saw her the next morning I changed hands again. Jeff Vnughan took her little hand In mine and put and James Norm tint, two veteran ho on my very gravest expression which tel men bnve been sent there by tho she tried to rub off with the rosy Up National Hotel Co. of a disengaged finger. Personal: Mr. Augustus E. Will "Marguerite," I said, "what do you sen, a traveling man think of a girl who deliberately tries whose home Is In Kentucky, Is spend to make a man believe she cares for lng this week In Washington him, who looks at him In a way that Senator Mike Taylor of this dis makes him think he's about the only one on earth so far as she's concerned. trlct Is consistently misrepresenting who allows him to call hr by her his constituency In. voting with tho Christian name fools him to the top llquorltes In tho Stnto Senate. Clin ton Gazette. of his bent, when all the time there Is another man she cares for and laJ, W. Cole, for some tlino proprie tor of the Brackln Hotel In Union tends to marry some day?" Marguerite looked troubled. "Rob, City, will move his family In a few- dear." she sstd at last, "I really did days to a private residence and nb.tn not deliberately try to make you think don tho hotel business I cared for ypu or try to fool you. I We are selling good goods low always did care for you, and uaUl I er prices. As wo get cash nt all for met Freddie I didn't know that goods we sell we are able to the "You don't mind so vary much, do make lower prices on all kinds of you? Besides, I'm not at all sure that good merchandise. E. It. l.'lllnon's I shall marry Freddie." Cash Store. Wo specialize high grade tailoring That means quality, fit, perfect run DAVIDSON WILL LEAVE. cave shoulders, close fitting collars. Dr. 8 K. Davidson, the well known thin edged lapels, unbreakable coat Hickman dentist has loused. hU dental fronts, and at rock bottom prices bi'Mnesfc In thin city to Dr. E. M Schmidt, the Tullor. Crutchfield, of Trenton, Ky. Wooten & Morris, general mer Dr. DaIdson will probably loavo chants at Fancy Farm, Graves county ubout tho first of February lor Mem- bavn filed a deed of assignment, plac phis, where ho will bo Interested In ing their liabilities at 12,466.95 and business with Dr. Ilulllngton. He iissets consisting of a stock ot goods will, howuvei, spend ubout tea days valued at $1,600 and $100 worth of of each month horo with Dr. Crutch- - accounts. field. This chaugo also dissolves tho Dr, It in of Davidson & Stubbs. You can now havo an opportunity Stubbs has purchased Davidson's In of inspecting Strauss Bros, complete terest In the Union City offlcu and line of New Spring Woolens for mens will continue his practice there: lion clothes. For good slbly moving to that city later. service ut low prices these great Tho new mun hero. Dr. Crutchtluld, tailors are not surpassed by any E. is u graduate of Vaudorbllt and ttio It. Ellison Is tho local dealer Louisville College of Dentistry, and Several well known young men of comes to us highly recommended We ure glud to welcome him, and tho Cuyco neighborhood last Thura so. ty, Indeed, to lose Dr. Davidson, day night whipped a negro boy who who, during his 24 years of practice showed Impudence on sovernl occas here ha intrenched himself in the ions, und when thu negro's futher at tempted to swear out a warrant for infections of our people. Twenty-foyears ago this mouth, ho came to their arrest they whipped tho old this city from Dyer, Teuu., expecting man. to stay one year only he has stayed Members of tho Christian Woman's 23 years over-tlm, Hickman has aro earnestly reBoard never Had a more progressive citizen; quested of Missions tho homo of Mrs, wo wish more men like him would Km ma to meet at Stephens, Tuesduy, Feb. 1. 2 come and stay "over-time.p. in. Miss Eugenia Parham, of May- Dr. Stubbs Is another clover, pro Held, will be present to deliver an gressive fellow that we are sorry to address, Everybody lntorested In the give up. Hut, In time, wo think, they good work cordially invited. return to the best town in the win U. B. wiser. If not better, and grate- GIVEN AWAY: Twelve Singer ful that tho bridges have not been Darners, Tins Is tho best and latest burned between them and tliolr first devico.for holding a stocking ho It lo e Hickman. ran bo darned at any point on any lock stitch machlno, The most con 8lmple Rules for Success. venient, practical devlco over offered Pleasure und simplicity are two old for tboso who havo darning to do on acquaintances, simply, blockings, underwear, etc Does the Entertain meet your friends simply. If you come work quicker and makes It stronger. from work well done, are as amiable This attachment sells for only 76c. uud genuine us possible toward your Just to advertize them, t will give companions, and st eak no evil of the ono free with oach of tho first 12 machines I sell. Buy a Singer now nbsent, your success is assured. and get a darner free, On display Charles Wagner- at Illco's store. L. A. Brock, Agt, nothing to this fa-y" well-knowe u " To Go at These AMERICAN FENCE 26-in- Huy your new fence frtr years to come, (.et the Inc. heavy wirei, the hinge joint, the gotxl gatvaniilnc the exactly proportioned quality of etccl that is not too hard nor too soft We can show you this fence In our stock anil explain in merits and superiority, not only In the roll but In the field. Come and see ui and get our prices. Prices : . high 6-i- n. stay " " 3t)-i- n. 32-i- n. " " xzin. Cin. no. 27c n rod it 30-in- . high G-i- n. tay " 30-in- . 47-in- 32- - in. 12. in. 31c " 24c . 47-i- n. " " " 12-in- . 6.in. " 12-- i 34c 27c 40c 30c a rod u " We purchased this wire at a low figure last fall sell it cheaper than anybody. The credit price 2c to 3c higher, however. If and will is from wire you are going to need Gr ES T Hickman Hardware Company (INCORPORATED) A SMOOTH A I T WOW SET. PLENTY OF ATTORNEYS. MARRIAGE LICENSE. ' . citizen of South Fulton tells us bootlegKrr of the two towns bold n aocrt't meeting Tuesday night to devlao un effective plan to frustrate the plans laid by tho people who are staking lo dt- stroy their business. At this meeting thtt Illicit denier nro said to lime agreed to mnke every man to whom they sell whiskey sell a itortlon of It buck to the bootlegger and thus plnou the two parties to the sale, upon thu sniuo footing. If ono tells on thu other both got Into troiiblo. Fulton that the The follow I.abron llurton. who killed the detective, tiniest Wrny. In Fulton, laet lo marry u I' lliiraii Tult week, hns retained the following counsel T. Nt Hnilth. 'former conn i. II C Hookiy attorney. Kd Thomas. 11. T Smith. Ian. r Bam Crosslaml. of Mayfleld, nnd the Hllby Sond r.. firm of ItobhliM. Thomas, Carr & Ktduu II' I"' i"J Cnrr. consisting of Judgo J. H II. II. Ilui.hu of Mayfleld, and Judgo Herbert U'allur Jewell a. K Unrr, Oarr and City Attorney Frank Kletttl AH' i' u of Pulton. Ham Itoyd and Art IJtx and '' Hob-bin- 1 t:' ,r, . X ,U J Jt Pi r I. I SPEAKINO OF SCREW8. A. IlUlKcwa.t m 'ho s 0- 1 ' ..li 7 I Commercial. AN o EARLY SPRING. g If there Is any truth In tho old sny-luthat an onrly Easier brings an early spring, then this year will have) spring of (ho old fashioned type, ns a Knater Sunday comes earlier. In fart than It has In several years, Sunday. March 27. being K.istor Sunday. Tho smallest screws In tho world aiti said to bo made in watch factor-I- . An ordinary thlmbto would hold moro than 100,000 of .(hum. Hut tlmy by no means tho smallest. The -- ro really smallest llltlost Is n hotter word screw on Carlh In the one who borrows or takes a nowspniwr for sot oral years nnd then tins It marked "retimed" nt tho pout office without Weekly Squirt. paying for lt.l.ui.-llO - WHO - COT SKINNED' It is easy for legislatures to make mistake, but overy Senator und Itepresuntatlvo In the General Assembly of Kentucky can shut his eyes nnd voto "no" on every appropriation bill that comes up before the. present session, without tho slightest fear of voting wrong on nny of them. a There hae been n few good bills Introduced In tho legislature, but where there has been one good one there hnvo been sixteen fool one. Judging tho legislature by this ratio of Hi to 1 there Is one sensible man to every sixteen cranks - Kllialictli 'own News. ix l :'J A tiraiiKer Urr 3 get a five- lrl'-- ' itorrkeepvr ou'd ' J MH4 tfce Strang' :' d r to Rive him t dollar M i"' Din J stranger call") ar four Uui rfi . 1 ' five dollar Mil 1' J skinned? If o ut iti L '' 1 ; ' fe " 1 . O- - Wish (llemi flying alato man and look f' lh' nnd flour where. II .... ii l 13 H . , erf Don't Cough IT'S A NUISANCE AND ANNOYS THOSE AROUND YOU We guarantee TARPINE will cure your cough We recommend it every tiny and it has never disappointed us yet. For children or grown peopK" this is a fine medicine. It positively cures coughs and it doesn't disarrange your stomach before the cough is cured. Keep a bottle alwas on hand in your medicine chest and you can count on being free of coughs and co all winter. Put up in two sizes, 25c and 50c HELM & ELLISON jHE WOMAN'S WORLD FREE ONE YEAR .'.fi-- a roUlliy J'iir . wi" iowi than i iSiiMiy M THE HICKMAN COURIER. that PllllS fha Hn m m ......... nr n nl IF YOU SUBSCRIBE FOR THE COURIER THIS WEEK A BLUE MARK HERE inMinn that yonr wikn' the paper to com hut Axplred if you to roil aftr thin month llnew promptly Jf.-- - Y fa Ijin Tmnm fnnMn .... wajfun u win I I. - ffll uiii uif - n juuuvsa, rr I uiu uuuutsi una I u syauiiiu n . i rt uuuui m leauii rr t I trn nJ r. t. . rt uieasu ma tixiua ui .uut tuayuii, uiu mau, auu uui a mica Ufi . TTT 1 1 oniniic nrlT FAPr.E MO. : IK WESTERN KENTUCKY m HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910. NIQHTRIOERS AGAIN. WHOLE KO.U In:! ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR lwno au important Preseriptioiis - A8 A lucrcnso was mndo whether tho phosphorus wns applied ns ncld phosphato routine .10c. or ns flnnlv i. mil Mil tinl. A. McOlurs nrnl rock phosphnto, costlnc lCc, (o t. JohnImlltule DUtrlrt tho ton of mnnuro. Tho power of t. aim immure 10 jiueratu mineral u' nmr in uuil iimjiii lip ,r ..ni'y at threshing tlmo plant rood from tho soil, applies with gold. If n wcro eunl or k renter force to tho libera- It ai n'fj u( r In throw a gold coin (Ion Of nhosnhnrilK frnm llm Ih.mIii. , ..f liiintlnif atlivn lu il bio rock phosphate when npplled In 111 nnr iwurir. connection with mnnuro. vf: ,1 V t . ii iintM When wo tnko Into consldorntlon purlin ii ii nw i. iimm? t Iila virr thine mm mo production of manuro of thu which. If turned Into 1.000 tHiund steer for n six months tit ,j.l nvort back In wealth feeding period varlin (mm Hi ri ..nv.rnlon uf straw In four tons, wo can nppreclnto whnt a wo nro nt oncu luumr mrm ynru mnnuro mny bcroinu 3 urged, In IncrenslnR of frltolous objection tlmt farm, nnd thnt the revenuest fill BUM tho It nrnfli. mill shed on (ho form cnttlfl i.iT or feedlnK should not stop with in lwmni llin stock. u miiniuiTniion or mo cost of cattle in do n Htllo figuring nnd feed and their selllnR prices." of (ho mnnuro madi As will he observed above manure ..w wnsted, wo soon din Is mndo more valuable by adding ncld will pity n big Mrcunt Phosphate on Hie money Invent rock one or finely ground phosphate third tin rntiltnl to bulb phate Is l iv compounded by treating the f w years would lapao ground phosphate rock with sulphuraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaViMllSaa kaaaaaaaaaaPaaaaaaaaaaaaaa iHipnl would bo saved ic ncld. (his makes th nhnmiliiiriia It r v Hint would ncrue (o COtltalns llnmedlntplv nvnllnliln or r... r : . Hit' practice. suits aro obtained from tho first ap plication, wnuo tiio untreated or rnw Manure Tests In Ohio. ground nhostihntn mpk l iinu'..r i.. LENTEN SERVICES 19W yield. Or KlVU Utl Its IlllOinllhllr limn. uirectiou, tests ortles i J. '..rut' (t i ST. PAUL'S and results nro not iiotlcnble .1 ti.nuuru hnve boon run- A .. ...... mo second year, nenco the acid III ..i.ii. i. nua uiiiii niiiKH It (UII, t Protestant Episcopal Church.. phosnhate. brlncl it or I tntiif.il Int. j i . ul nitntloiu, both u suits Is cheaner In Ihn oml 11,.!.,.. HICKMAN. KY. M..tll.l.tll...U Will. and otu from Missouri, wo naturally want to 7 tf iihoitihurua The Rev. Henry J. Gclgtr, Rector. "bo shown" which Is proper. In nn - higlit ton of mnnuro experiment nt tho uppllca. lie 10 ajii. i .. v...s lrase itnndnrd Incrvatu Station covering nOhio Experiment nnrlrwl nf t..n "Fattini:" 11 yenrly u years tho result was ns follows; On Kundnyi n.m. and7 p.in. In a out i i.; tu ation applicationwheat a pint with no manuro nnd no addiHOLY COMMUNION of corn, r Klr.t Hundny In month 11a.m. tion Of ncld IlllOHtlhnln nr "Hnnl. 7 p.m ua for tho uutrvatod ns Mmlliilnr Tliuriday. Mrch ?(tli tho rnw ground phosphate Is tech- 11 nan, KmtrrHuiidny, March 7th . 4, budit'li of corn and L&C1URES nicuiiy cnneti, tne yield or corn wns L t! fiMliler. a mom'y valuo 38.8C bushels of gruln Vliiednjri "Tlie KliiKilom of Ood " . 7 p.m. and 2.2C3 lbs. corn nt vo pur K I Krldnyn TlieOliurrliand Her Principle " 7 p.m. 11 JQ W'l.nnt inuillir tmr ni.rtt '. Good Friday "Tli Threefold Inicrlptlou" ID n.m. 3 per ion. HI itKiUer at i li EASIER t an bushels nnd s(raw 1.425 pounds. On understood, wni Mornlnir I'rnyer. Sermon ami Holy Com- or . ,.ui over laud thnt wui n piot was stan manure and floats, the 11 nm. munlnn yield &9.8.i bushels . J I) uiauuro. For Uio 3.337 Pounds of fodder: of 51corn nnd 7 P.m. Ohlldreu'a Knitcr Service liunhols "t thu corn tho lncreao a , Huudny, April 17 llliuop'i Vltltntlon 8.3G of wheat nnd 2.627 pounds of straw; . . at'd manura wn t , n , ut and S97 pounds of on n plot trented with stall manuro Offrriw "i W Djii tor Missions. Ofrrtngs lEjtlttr lor Church tnl Fjrlsh l"urposes. acid phosphnto (ho result was i'K a niouuy vuluu of and i'r ns follow' f.O'rt lill.hfilfi nt hcat at 8oc per i. "Tornkt nolthe iSStmHtw of loutsrtns locilhcr." i .iw at 1 2 pur ton. For nnd 3.2S8 pounds of fodder; wheat or grain nnd -- .(ild lbs. , fi.iowiug tho wheat thu .i.oo uusncis ,4 ) id for thu manured of straw. Wo wish to Imprctui the tho u a Hit rato of CSG poundii, fact thatInn nrncld phosphntes costSUc t ll innnurn ami thn fliinta n mouvy valuo of 2.74, or rnw ground phosphnte rock, costs t i l Lay at IS per (on. ioc. Prayer meeting at West Hickman An examination of applicants for . i.r then, wo tuny ay next wo win continuo this subject week. It Is so Important thnt Chapel Friday evening at 7:10. Sun- county Diploma will bo held at the wo cannot do It Justice in ono article. day School Sunday at 2:30 p. m., Court House In Hickman on Friday manure Incrcaaeu thu i;-and preaching nt 7 p. m., by Itev. W. and SaUirdny, Jan. 28 nnd 29. Dor .! cure wheat and clover In .V. Metheny. M Smith. Co. SupL r tvtim. n tiwinitv viilllit Into tho 8uboll. l; I. I i tier (on. This valHo who stands still Is lost. u.it.tu (or yard mnnuro i .j - a m (he uiK'ii throUKh tho Sclenco Is love with seeing eyes. To plant an aero of corn nnd cul t. of stall nianuro tlmt had aI. ui a- r cover durlug tho tlvnto It .well Is a greater achievement v.i L a cumulatlnK until a aire's than to bo Invited to a million mansion. fore application wan i t iRht ton application. The tnnn who makes us think, adds I. i ' tv.i to our sanity and length of days nit an ll inoli Authority Sayi. Klbert Hubbard. rl l. ll.tli.... till... . No good farmer Is preceded to his e auniorlly for tho work by a brass band. Tho superior of farm yard Ilia work pro v i not only from tho do-- - farmer Is modest. food which It" may claims htm. t. alto, and Hometlmea If you want numbers you comprom ' .3 the decaying, organic se; If you wish tho approbation of .' manure llburateH tho select fuw, you stand firm nnd ' food nlready In tho express your honest thought. i i i.i.3 huuiUR, which may or Tho farmer who polishes n bench (oudlilon and truntmeut nt the village, or station store with luck story t: add considerably to 1U n hard usually In Is never applauded hnrd luck, because I L.llaiirlllL lli, .Inll Itifl. nnd is ho Is always thinking hnrd luck, nnd '' addition of a carrier of gets tho habit. ? the valuo of tho cbsbt "I will get me unto the great men; and will speak unto them." Jeremiah. What about tho corn contest, boys? ' ton, and this nf-- Sorao of the boys of Fulton county f i tho cost of material will make a hit next fall, who will It Ho, all you mJahry ones of old. J i ' . .i.iliclrii: thu sniiii. Add. be? Samo of our enterprising citiWho lived your little day, Mic untreated stall mu- - zens are talking about nn Agrlcultup . Who dressed In purple and fine fold ' 12 U5. which onualH nl Street Fnlr noxt Autumn, .(ho big And proudly held your sway-A- ye. gest thing of Its kind the county tins Saul unwise, and David bold. tf )!ionphatcd farm manure over had. Wo know It U going to Hear whit our great ones sayi T; . 4 ' j tu sull at tho Woostur bo a big thing because there will bo big men behind It. Come boys, get Wake, Syrians and men of Tyre, day loam, it should bo( Into tho game, it'll do you good. Call to the land of Uz " u i! (hat moro (linn Hear whnt the Commissioner says: Where Job was driven to Inquire J tf this valuo Is duo to (ho From whence and what he was; You can assure your people that cf phosphorus, nnd It mny you will have n corn contest In your Where Dildad sand the vain desire In all man dreams or doesl i J ('at prnctlcnlly tho samo county; (ho Agricultural Department will encourage you with prizes." Rise. Joseph, you who knew the truth That sounds good, now who will try That sleep may brlnif and show, for these prizes nnd learn how to Who stood with confidence of youth grow prlzo corut ti-Ii' , . ..Ainr or MANURE FERTILIZEH. Tho Nlghtrldera at Itcolfoot Lnko aro active again, Wednesday night a notico wns posted by tho Night-riderso shown on tho faco of tho notice, that Mr. llurdlck must closo his dock In six days. Another notice wns posted warning Fred Bran-nodriver of the fish wagon, thnt be must lenvo tho country In fifteen days. Tlicso notices, wo lenrn, wcro posted nt Hurdlck's dock on tho bank of (ho Iiko nt Shaw's Paik. Ira Ilublo hns chnrgo of tho dock, and Mr. llurdlck was notified that tho notices had been posted nnd of tholr purport. So It seems that tho people of this county aro (o bo (brown Into confusion nnd unrest again with danger lurking about In secret places. As to the origin of these notices wo have no knowledge, but that they wrro written and posted by Night-rider- s thcro Is no other hypothesis. There Is no rcasonablo grounds for theso Tho S(ntc has token (ho matter in hand with assurances of making tho Lako a public domain, cither by purchase or acquirement through legitimate channel If tho officers of the law cannot control the situation, then an appeal to tho Sta(o should bo made. Tho people and every public and private interest are In jeopardy as long as the spirit of lawlessness Is pcrmltlcd (o go unbridled. Union City Commercial. 72e Optimist's Corner Daily Helps to Health and Happiness By OBORQK V. BUTLER, s, A.M.M.D. The world Is not all bad. If It item a bad, unappreelatlve world It Is du to tht way you look at It; you may be locking through distorted eyas. Forget for a moment the pleasure of squinting. Look about you at your neighbors and the world. You will find the truth and you will b glad. Goodness Is In tvsryons: Often negative In thote who are alt goodness, but positive In those whose white-net- a Is fleckad with little black spot. This Is true; think It over. No, the world Is not bad. It la good, and growing better. Creeping and crawling under tht cloaks of old superstitions and beliefs are rapidly being supplemented by the boldness and freedom of Independent earnest, 8lmpl, thoeciht. strengthening love Is the creed None and of other Ic a'essary or wise. Sympathy, o?a, helpfulness, charity, mercy, 'trotherhood art) abundant and It l tho knowledge of their power that Is slowly but surely awakening the good that so often lies dormant In ut. It Is easy for you to learn In ajoodnett; the 'efficacy of charity, without red taps; the beauty of giving, not as an Investment, and tht) value to you of optimism. Let your mind dwell on the good and sunny side of life and you will quickly acquire a habit of cheerfulness. y to-da- ths good filngs being dona by .... ..... NOTICE. tu We must Insist on all accounts and notes, duo us, or falling due bo paid promptly, or they will be put in tho bands of Ihe officers for collection. There should be no excuse, with the existing high prices for corn and cotton. J. F. & S. L. DODDS CO. O let-ao- nt ' lJi' . f.... fi-nl- ANOTHER SMALL. BLAZE. ji. ui -- J it - Htnto-valu- Hickman residences caught flro Sat urday night and was badly damaged before tho flames could be extinguished. Tho house wns occupied by Calllson Brothers, one of whom burned out In ono of Judgo Murrcll's real donees two weeks ago. Tho origin of the flro is unknown. Cotton car ried $300 insurance. o PILES1 PILESI Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives In' stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Is prepared for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Sold by druggists, mall 60c and V. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. O One of John Cotton's small West IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. Don't Mistake the Cause of Your , Troubles. A Hickman Citizen Shows How To Cure Them. Many "people never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lamo weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness; when urinary troubles set In they think it will soon correct Itself. And so it Is with all other symptoms of kidney disorders. That is Just whero tho danger lies. You must cure theso troubles or (hoy may lead to diabetes or Brigbt'8 disease. Tho best remedy to uso is Doan's Kidney Pills. It cures all Ills which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys. Hickman people testify to permanent cures. A. P. Overby, of Hickman, Ky., says: "For two or three months I was troubled by disordered kidneys. I had dull pains in the small of my back and wbonevcr I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges caused mo much misery. At night the ache in my back greatly disturbed my rest. I arose iu the morning feeling tired and languid and nervous spells bothered me. A sediment In the kidney secretions proved that my kidneys needed attention. Learning of Doans Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Helm& Ellison's drug store and in three days thoy reliever' xxe. It ref the contonts of quired but tho box to effect a completo curo. I am glad to say that this curo has been permanent and I therefore havo no hosl(a(Ion In allowing you to publish my statement." For sale Ky all dealers. Prlco CO cents. ono-hal- - FOR STEALING HOGS. Calvin Kolllson, a whlto man. nnd John Russell, a negro, were arrested in tho lower bottom Sunday, by Dep uty Sheriff Hob Ooalder, on a warrant ; i sworn out by Jako Plant, charging them with stealing hogs. In default of bond, both wero sent to Uncle Joe's boarding house to awnlt trial. They will bo given a bearing noxt Monday. O ni-- HOW'S THIS. ' '..i ' ' I o ce( 6 overcome whether designed (o some minor ail-J- ft or some dantjerous "inejj, will receive our r''v.tijjiiuu orougnt jjfr re-- all ,mFortant. We make a specialty of attention. There's any discrimination prescriptions are LADY WANTED. To lntroduco our very completo lino of beautiful spring wool suitings, wns fabrics, funcy waitings, silks, etc., hdkfs, laces and petticoats. All up to data N. Y, City patterns. Finest lino on tho market. Dealing direct wltli (ho mills you will find (ho price low. I'roflts 110 (o 130.00 weekly. Samples uud full Instructions packed In a neat sample case, shipped express prepaid. No money required. Exclusive territory. Writo for partic- ulars. Uo first to apply. Standard Dress Goods Co., Dept. F. 1. Ulug-hampto- N. Y. 8 I1iiirsiu ulinur flint In Ivontllrkv compounding and "lrugs of a quality that be depended upon for b results. BE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONISTS LET US cientific there nro fewer number of school children, of tho legal school age, In school than there nro outside (ho many schools. Tho statement snows nn a vera go dally attendance in tne schools of (he state a total of 311,-19- 2 children, and (ho number of those not nttendlng any school Is 417.CCI. prices. Flour, Meal, llacou, Lurd nnd a few other things will bo (oo high (o use. Ilowover, If you should nun nnv nf Oipsa vol! will find OUrS lot tho very best quality and at prlcos it per cent lower tuau eisuwueru. Grocery Co. 1910 will bo To tench the Pharaoh, And call that klnif, for now In sooth Our tfrent men sty they know. Come, Sheba's queen In jeweled crown And raiment like the dawn, Who on your tablets noted down The words of Solomon, And marveled at his puzzled frown When life you talked upon. Delshszztr, klntf of Babel, come. And mltfhty secrets learn The reading of the mystic sum That you saw fiercely burn. When sickened, frldhtened, stricken dumb, You saw your fortunes turn. Come nil you mighty ones of old And wondrous knowledge win. Our great men will tlu; book unfold Of what is and has been. What pity that you did not hold The truth of good and sin I Whit answer you? Thit you did know This wisdom In your day; That blindly you must come and tfo Upon your lotted way. And crowns and robes must crumble so Upon KInnan & Marvin, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken intor- nally, acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of (he Bystora. Testimonials seut free. Prlco 75c' a bottle. Sold by all drugglsis. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Curo. F. J. Chenoy & Co, Toledo. Wo, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for (bo last IS years, and bellove him perfectly honorable Foster-Milbur-n Co., Buffalo, Now In all business transactions and flnan cmlly able to carry out any obliga- York, solo agents fcr tho United tions made by his firm. Waldlng, States. O ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re Remember the name Doan's and take no other. MULE3 1 MULES I Wo havo about CO head of good work mules, ranging from three to eight years old, for salo. Also a few horses and good mares. Will sell either for cash or credit with good note. a year of vory high o your trodden clay I hIvo citizen, Besides tho local features thu statu will give us tho bene fit of tho Fulton County corn grow-lu- g contest. Wo cau make It u, hummer. Get thu live wires in tho sad- dlo and go ahead. A few old croaks will bob up, but go ahead with (he big three of four days' fair. Tho year of 1910 Is going to bo Hickman's big year. lJe('s get busy now. O lights aro already agltutlng tho proposition. Tho plan is to offer prem iums for uvory agricultural product grown here, all kinds of live stock, fancy work, pastry, poultry, ole. This Is a splendid movo and should recolvo tho support of every prog res- - TALKING STREET FARI. Preseut Indications aro that Hickman will have an old tlmo street fnlr (his fall nbout (ho middle of September. Several of (ho leading J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. t Something Doing IN T1IK i BOND SUBDIVISION Keep your eye on this prop, oslton. Line up if you want to make money. The railroad is coming. My prop, erty is in the right part of town. See me at the OU Mill Office and let me show you the best property in Hickman. ill's Dnm Slnrp ... wiuy fiwrporated) UIU1U Methodist Church services' Sunday school at 9:4G a. m., preaching by tho pastor at 11 a. in., and 7 p. m. Yo'u aro cordially luvlted to be present. Jj stS Take your produce to 0. II. Mooro. ou Uo kUL Ubismt prise pU. i G. B. BOND i RECIPES SIMPLE AT HAND SAVES THAT MUCH TIME. Veteran Housekeeper Explain Meant by Which She la Never at a Loia In Any Emergency That May Arlta. DEVICE Ellison Bros. Z Mm W -- H i V Heard On tU wee - tt... the Courier On!. f,,f you Itnir turned back like a hanging calendar. One of the groups that was Invalu able both to housekeeper and maid waa entitled "Table Service." Under tt was grouped the proper way to set a table, down to smallest details; rules of service, and also suggestions for table decoration for different occa slons. The housewife later added an other list. Including her own china and the uses to which It was to be put botn for formal and Informal occa sions. An old housokpcper Mid tbnt at the time of her marriage, yrnra ng". he was presented with a hnnglnK mipe book, that wan Invaluable to her It waa fastened on the kitchen door, and the leaves could be turned bmk and n recipe found at n minute's notUe Someone stole this treasure, and It A friend, could never be replaced. knowing how It wns missed, Improvised a book that was evon more of a treasure, as It had tried recipes from sources that could not be found In any printed book. At a wholesale paper place she had out a number of sheets of stiff yellow paper that would not tear easily and soils less than white paper. These were Indented on one edge, aa an al phaboted book, but Instead of letters, the divisions were, Dread, Sauces, Salads, Soups, Desserts, Cheese Dishes, Sandwiches, Emergency Dtshes, Invalid's Food, and so on. Each housekeeper can make her divisions to suit her special needs. Each sheet was supplied with recipes typewritten In purple Ink on white paper, the title being done In caps In red Ink. The recipes were then groupod on the page, lenvlng e margin at sides and bottom, and two Inches at the top to allow for the sheets being thrown back. They were pasted with photographer's paste. At the same place where tho sheets were cut they bad fire holet punched across the top of each sheet a half bach below the upper edge. When placed together red cords were run through these holes, and the book waa fastened In Are places to a atrip of wood, supplied with Ave screw hooks opposite the cord loops. In this way the book could be kept Arm, yet Lcft-orerInch-wid- SiUIS Still continue. Of all the great sales we've ever held this is the Greatest Bargain Giver of them all, P'c ( Co'"!' .,. 8 vS l" M .' Ell!. ' " i . J u "U s.iXll. ! t,l ml I ,, , " l.iv K ( TAUIMNb fur couth, ' ' T "'" r- waa U. - li. .,. ,ii ,1 i , i, . , KltOlul and i I'M Urn. . , I v lL I in Florida v-- for we are determined to clean up and quit for good and are practically giving away lots of stuff . ll fell KinbrtiiJ Kl l"T, . i I .Momlay wnttriaimd Frui 1 v u b. 'JC Mu i, FINAL $ .00 1 WIND-U- P Here are remarkable values 1 SALE I' (It . hm. 1 av U hiu.il, (,l .1. ...... .ur'"V M.,t , ill. I4r.. ' ,f. . . '0 . IJ n Traw T nuiiun t to i.hc. nj ,rie lo lt T,l,r ..dlKCL u hU. tfetjJ Men's and Boys Coats, These Coats nre from suits Sizes 30 to 34. .00 sold at from 1 iiamii t "o.i(. car . f : ? cil that 1 1.50 to 16.50, and made of the best of materials . imruw. Fulton 1 $ .50 1 Mens and Boys Pants, .50 That sold up to 3.50. Other prices arc .00 for pants up to 2.00, and 2.50 for pants up to 5.00 w.i, uar uauKti it' au j,, Ui. Jul L.t i $1.50 75c Choice of Boys Knee Suits, 1.50 With straight pants. iionauratit This takes 6.00 suit. dllnic Jni. 1 r boat man furn, - Boys' Knee Suits, 75c Worth up to 1.75 j km . - or 2.00 Ladies' 6.50 Cravcncttc, 3.00 Ladies' 5.00 Cravcncttc. 2.50 50c Corsets for 35c ' ' . llo liartl. Don l kt s e ut8.l (.1 rpj w Ladies and Misses Raincoats Misses' 2.50 Raincoat. 1.50 lc f . Another useful grouping was Cleat! Ing Hints. These Included trustworthy recipes for doing over all sorts of household belongings, washing laces, muslins, spot removing, doing up fine lingerie and renovations of every de scription. Still another division was House hold Helps, filled with useful sugges tlons to lighten labor In every depart' ment of housekeeping. By tying the sheets together, in stead of fastening them, new ones could be added aa needed. To provide for this emergency, with the book waa given a number of blank sheets, cut the proper slxe and punched ready for the pasted recipes. To Keep Windows Free from Frost. To keep the windows free from frost apply a little glycerin on a dry duster and a brilliant polish will result This Is also an excellent remedy for preventing windows from steaming if rubbed on the Inside of the glass after the windows are cleaned. If a little kerosene oil la added to the water used for cleaning purposes It will also give a brilliant polish to the glass. The brightness of the window panes gives a cheerfulness to a house that It Is Impossible to acquire otherwise. Dirty windows are signboards of a careless, negligent housewife. Pineapple Pie. Line a pie plate with pastry. Mix lightly together the well beaten yolks of four eggs, one cupful of granulat ed sugar, one cupful of grated pineapple and the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs. Bake till ready in a oven. Cover with a meringue made with the whites of three eggs stiffly beaten and three tablespoonfuls of sugar added. Serve hot or cold. mod-orate mi at IIkk an ,'c'j man tlm ti ; - l or in: CorsetS fl 1.50 Corsets for 98c This 1.00 Corsets for 75c 75c Corsets for 45c includes all of Jackson Corset Co.'s Corsets. K It (lbl. an c:d h. Iinpcr mat) ai o, ? tiunJ jiitx Eutf.j Embroideries AH at just HALF PRICE. Cloaks and Skirts in order to clear out entirely. $1.50 Choice of any Misses' Long Cloak, 1.50 Sold at 7.50 to 3.50. rle. Mo I1i3 Mb! Kirk ami II. n MlcbiKan rr i ; ar.-i- a x'zt I I a rami id' ' : u ill to auirifil the Cud lnn-'-a- s Mr titti 'a' t ..; . t k :c(!l:l to:ji1 !. .;- il Ltteltl ' li $4.50 Ladies Skirts that sold for 9.00 and 0.00 All LaceS Embroideries, White Goods, Towels, Crash, Linens. White 1 l.lfo ltiurai iliir ami in.it bciK'flcia'K!! I, t) hUliui lull. OU( darr J 1 a tc t t .. - ill (Jal - and Cream Wool Dress Goods, Hosiery, Muslin Underwear. Draperies. Linings, Shoes and Slippers at ridiculously low prices to cldse out for good. i' The Mill Remnant Sale Has been a sensation. Crowds have stood by these counters all day long. The remnants shown the usual prices. are all seasonable, desirable goods, and the prices Just about one-haI 3c Dress 8 10c Flannellettcs Ginghams 7 I 2c 5c 10c Dress Chambry 6c 12 I 2c Fine white lawn. 8 8c for 8c Bleach Domestic 5c 5c 5c for 0c White Lawns. 20c fine striped white Baptiste.lOc 25c Mer. Waisting I2 5c Remnants of 25c and 5c goods... 5c lf ---3c Bu!.si f not HnlUV a . but ii ki.iiwn t ' a tin' li. alter ll!,lt c "l . : t i, 3 "Wfi ! rl H that u a clu ..t llarrv Mi:; ; will act" nlKtil. lius u ' , f ' c (trl a l .. .nl c f. .( i. iJ Miir J as4 - igz-V- Hci Moiidu. vt i ii.es JIti Z.T i, i i ih L:ic:.' h I tiiJoat.. jar vd, of wti ta Alt t ii' ii' u. 1 Tlrr t . i J v tit 1U M 2c 1 aam-- . .i v Of Notions and Little Things 15c Chamois Skint Good Shoe Lacei, per pair 15c Mirrors Good Pins Safety Pins 25c Hair Rolls 15c Back Combs 15c Side Combi, per pair 15c Bareltes 15c Fancy Hair Pins We have gathered together quantities bought just for this Mill Remnant Sale, and offered at ridiculous prices. 9c Our tu IUIIIU'UH J factiuu tuai w oa ou all kit '3 7' cus do tin. W lUmi ..I , ..lc 9c ; lc ....3c . Kid Gloves. 15c One always may have fresh, light gloves with little trouble and expense If they are cleaned after each time or two and In this way: Saturate a bit of clean old muslin with gasoline and shake It out until It la no longer "wet." With the glove on, wipe gen-tlfrom finger tips to wrist. Hang gloves in the air until tho odor la dispelled. y .. .8c , ... . 8c 8c ,.8c 15c Oreiting Combs 15c Hair Brushes 15c Clothes Brushes Fine Pearl Dren Button All 10c Pearl Buttons Featherstitch Braid 10c Featherstitch Braid 10c Hooks ano Eyes Silk Velvets Shetland Floss . ...... . . m .. . 8c 9c 9c 3c 5c h It .ik t... " 1 . u iti il.it i ' I ' Jc 7c 5c 25c 7c Sa J Iilu hliltlt duy or tii.cu .'. and ilirn cli .Jr ld( d in i at ' II' i .'U w.ara uvauiuiu .... at " I Xk: - 40 iKll r "1 ..mI 1 OUIMl'l Ul lit U' . 'I Lk - . ,, ciiriij Hew to Pollth Linen. To give a fine polish to linen use lukewarm water instead of cold to break down the starch. When It has been reduced to the required consistency by boiling water add a pinch of fine salt and stir several times with a wax candle. This will make the Iron run smoothly and give a polish to tho FURNITURE SALE. A remarkable sale, becanse such values in furniture in Hickman arc unusual. as they last they go at these low prices. 12.50 12.50 Dining Table 9.75 7.75 .50 Center Tables 98c 3.00 Center Tables 4.15 2.15 2,25 Center Tables 3.75 1.55 5.95 4.50 Rocker .. .. 3.85 7.1 5 5,00 Sewing Machine. 11.50 1 Tlic Circuit LhU M4COI.J cf M K L I lour; u t iwtt dono The only crliuliiul rawi iv - .. .. i .mime Viitut until ml sru J. ' i' IllalKL'W -- alat, . M tbut But as long ..' Ill ' ' .. cony. Ho was aciiu 18.00 Princess Dresser 10.00 Dressers line that nothing else can impart. 1 Easy Johnny Cake. Two eupfuls of cornineal, one of flour, two of sweet milk, two of baking powder, one eg, pinch of salt, butter the size of an egg. Stir and bake In a tin dish three quarters of an hour In a hot oven. It sour milk Is used take a teaapoonful ef soda Instead of the baking powder. table-spoonf- 6.50 Washstands 5.00 Washstands 8.50 Dining Table 0.00 Dining Jnblc 9.50 Wood Bed . 7.50 Wood Bed .. 5.00 Ostermoor Mottress . . 1 . 7.45 . 5.95 11.50 -- ... united Staf ur mil i lftl Whlli all tUu Un P K . 0(1 I in ' i ! 1 11.50 Iron Bed 3.00 Ifon Bed 6.50 Iron Bed 8.50 l.75 5.00 aleak TUOIO rlly . along ami . " la ... ,u V can i KWt w,. I UUV Muybo Hirlltrurai "- doreat reKurd for Soi.iuwl.ert in be A Great Sale of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS at unusual prices in Grocery Room nrotl.fr to wl.llu tue l.,, oW'A fc imt - :M t t v'...i ul J i"-"- - duy lor u" Mra. 8 i..l.l.p.l li ... uuu.-- - Utif lotto M ari f I . I . , J Camphor Clean Windows, BUIni on mirrors and window glass ay be removed by rubUug with spirit of cauipuor, which 1vm a brll- - Ellison Brothers Kail ".u,,rnU vt homo by way Miaaourl TW w " h. . CANNOT PRINT THEM. Rovernl of our readers havo asked why wo did not, as ununl, print the Jury list In the Courier the week pro ceeillng Circuit Court. This brings on more, tnlk. It waa no fault of ourn that wo did not rIvo our readers this list. Judge HiiRK hna neon fit lo Instruct tho county offlclnls who liavo chnrgo of thla matter, to withhold those lists from the newspapers until after the court convenes. It might be renoonablo to suppose mot the sheriff would not want the names printed beforo ho bad n rhtinco to eerve tho summons tlint'B alright. Kx Sheriff Sent said that his honor's excuse for this atcn was llmt It was possible for tho lawyers nnd prospect ive jurymen to get together and ob struct the courso of Justice. HICKMAN BOY8 IN CAIRO. boys from Hickman Two Ky., who had heard much about tho wonders nnd terrors of tho "wicked" city of Cairo wero overwhelmed with tho deslro to peep Into tho mysterious city up the river that shipped gallons of trouble Into their peaceful village They hopped a freight train for Union City and Micro caught a Mobllo & Ohio freight train for Cairo. They had taken caro to nolo Unit Save 5 on your Grocery Bill THE Grea ou love music. Entertainers 0 A CARD. Who docs not? Mnybc it's Grnnd Opera. Maybe, the old time perhaps, you like best the comic opera songs. You may prefer the sweet ballads, or tones of the violin or the grand music of the brass band, but, whatever you prefer, you prefer, you can have your choice of the world's greatest musical artistss, in your own home and at any time, and rendered so perfectly that you can easily imagine that these great artists arc there in person, all yours to enjoy at any time, if you but possess a Victor Talking Machine Or an Edison Phonograph And the price is so low and the terms so easy that anyone can now own one. For $1,00 down and $1.00 a week, put one of these delightful entertainers into your home for you to enjoy as you wish. And the prices start at 10.00, and from that to 200.00. The February Records for the Victor and Edison arc now in. Come in and hear anything you wish. We will be glad to play them for you. I desire to express my sincere ap preciation nnd heartfelt tlmnks to Our coupon system la being heartl tho citizens of Hickman nnd vicinity for confidence, hearty support nnd ly endorsed by everyone. Thla la uninterrupted patronngo during my practice of twenty-fou- r years In Hick evident from the Increase In our bual man ness. And why? Because It-While I regret tho tlmo to depart for Memphis Is near nt hand, still It is a higher position nnd nioro remun 8AVE8 YOU 5 PER CENT. erative practice which cnlls mo away I havo In nil corch tried to merit YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. the IiIeIi esteem of my fellow citizens PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU by iIoIiik honest nnd thorough work GET. mid hope to bo as painstaking In the future MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI I shall return rogulnrly to Hickman CAL. to practice n few days each month ntul shall bo pleased to greet ray GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER mends nnd patrons nt those periods. MORE FOR HIS MONEY. I also tako pleasure In recommend SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' ing I)r Crutchfleld, who follows me. SALARY. as a competent man In his line and a trustworthy gentleman. ENABLES US TO SELL (FOR, Thanking you heartily again. I beg LESS MONEY. to remain, Yours, forever, NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE S. K. DAVIDSON, CHARGED TO PAYING CUS TOMER. their older brothers and fathers of other boys hail told of getting off at tho bridge. Tho boys followed this stunt, but ono of them bumped his head n&alnst the side of the rack be fore rolling the hill. Ily tho tlmo street, tho they reached Thirty-fourtboys wero longing for homo and ma. They wero delighted to got an opportunity to tell their troubles to Officer French, who took them to headquarters. Ono Saturday night trip to Cairo was enough for thoso boys. They wero sent to Union City via tho Mobile passenger train Sunday afternoon. Cairo Citizen. h Get our prices on all kinds of field seeds beforo you buy. Wo handle th best Hickman Hdw. Co. A Western Kentucky exchange says "A young man traveling through tho State Is representing himself to be in the employment of the Government and Inspecting rural routes. Ho represents to tho farmers that if they want to hnvo their routes continued It will bo necessary for them to sign a petition to that effect. Later thla signature to the 'petition' bobs up In the shnpo of a small check at a local bank. Keep your eyes peeled for him." Telephone that grocery Dettersworth ft Prather. BROWNSVILLE. order to ELLISON BROS. Mr NEGRO SHOOTS WIFE. Iiidiivndciit Homo Will Jordan, a .. tympany u mill growing, mortally wounded hi wlfo shot and durlnc a u.i.u inform u that tio drunken brawl at their homo near . u crJirs for 38 now nlmni-n- . the Collese, Monday afternoon about . v (if which will bo placed 4 o'clock. Neighboring nrgroel nay i Thli U unsolicited Jordan and hla spouse had been quara ljoU indication that the reling and fighting of the day. .::,v will riTi'lvii nil il... A negro by the namomoat Fisher learnof tan handle. ed of tho trouble and went to tho i t kit of had weather him stop-- Jordan homo about 3:30 o'clock. col; ruction work, but from Ho found tho combatanta down on . a w.ii ho pushed. T4iu com- - tho floor the huaband evidently get u'. -l kll a cuhltt. lit lui. tmlr ting the womt of It. Klihcr aeparat- eu them, putting them In different rooiua. Aa he left the house he aaw tho woman flourishing a largo butch3 tan, bo lunlnllcd. er knlfo and trying to get within a lural Unvi uro duo hi a reach of tho man. Ktaher took nlr, to maku connection on but aa ho left bo heard the negro i ho Dyuraburg Itoud lino man nay, "don't como any closer or Immediately following I'll - m uiu ground, alio, and thla kill you." ho warning - y airing tholr wlru uoxt heard n shot fired nnd tho woman kc reamed. Jordan - i a uionth and freo toll aer- - ran out of the house and In a abort - with time returned. .i Another pistol report lu l)u lucctiui,.i.t.'.ai, and wo havo heard waa heard but It la thought tho last ahol failed to tako effect. A telephone mcssago waa sent to - - l. l Ui of tboito who do not tho local offlcera and Policemen Jno. uigitl statu that this U u Incorporated for pro- - Wright and Sid llamby went to the They found scene of tho abootlug. . a hul MllliHrlhir - Jordan bending over the prostrate & " .mivu ""HIV. Uk P hla wife curalng form -' bam aiiuiu 1 a ttl- - ening.of When arreatcd byand threatthe offlcera he refused to go with them, llo wna given a rap on tho head with LI .Uiii II lit nrtiiuirlv mui'itr a butt of a pistol and changed hla -Ai uinrtirti AM. if finvltur 4.oi.c uud dron on board. mind, llo waa promptly landed In tho county Jail. i . a mouth for uurvli-ii- . Dr. K. O. Overby, a colored physiO cian, waa summoned and examined tho won mis of the negro woman. FOR SALE On One ball had taken effect, entering KhAfvi vl. l) A a vit ... tho left aldo Just above the hip nnd pitaslng through her body, perforating tho Intestines. The gun used wna a L. P. ELLISON, 38 calibre. There Is no chnnce for the woman to recover, and her denth -- ola momentarily expected. negro, and hla Jordan u in Crowley, La., this name la a la a bad one on tho pollco familiar -" fc rcuuvux una friend.. court dockot. Ho la more thnn likely to have hla neck stretched before ho iU,L Nlco rosldouco near geta out of thla scrape. O runty or i: round uud r.u. uivuiii. ivruis to null purAll persons who owe city uuii i iuy rum. Hou um. If nt a homo. nickmuu Courlur. taxes for 1909 will save cost t. kr. an a iL-ii- -j i' SPECIAL NOTICE. Paducah, Ky., Dec.B, '09 Mose Darkott, Hickman, Ky. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. STILL GROWING. The Railroad Towel. One often wonders dimly where the railways buy the towels which they hang up In tho washrooms of their Friend Mose: Your loller repair. ed; glad to hear from you. Mr. Coon will accept your resignation. I was In Hickman tho other day but did not sret tn Ren vnn. T ntn snrrv that you are going to quit I will be In iiicKman Tuesaay. nope I will see on. WE CARRY THE BEST OF GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS IN HICKMAN. AGAIN PER CENT. AND Frank Watson and wlfo visited rel atives hero this weeK. H. C. lletm, of Hickman, was In LINE our town Monday on business. 5 wife, SAVES YOU TRY IT ONE MONTH. i Rr.l.1... rmi witiiai. stations. In the golden past It was conceded that nothing could make a more deadly weapon than the printing-offic- e towel. A printing offlcn towel, well stiffened with ink, would make a broadsword with which deede of derrlngdo might be wrought The railroad towel, however, has distanced the printing office towel, The railroad towel la composed of 20 feet of wire cloth, with the ends riv eted together and the affair swung pulleywlso over a roller whloh will not roll. It la harsh to the touch; It la even cruel. It la of an unyielding disposi tion. It defies any breeze to flutter it And It defies any wayfarer to find a clean or dry spot for wiping the hands. There aro tlmti In the course of even the most perfectly constituted life when people havo to wash their handa In a ratlwny station. Then Is when the towel warbles merrily to Itsolf. Innocent, harmless In appearance. It will allow the unsuspecting sojourner to apply his hands to It and then It will relieve him of some two aquare feet of cuticle. It Is aald that once a petulant person asksd an attache when the towels were washed. "Wash 'emr askod the attach, scornfully. "We don't wash 'em. We paint 'em every spring. This was sarensm. After a towel haa hung for a year It la used to top culverts. Cheaper. ours very truly, J. It. STAGG. To my friends and customers: I am selling the best oil to be had anywhero. I have had three years cxperlcnco with the Standard Oil Co.. and know what I am saying when I guarantee tho oil I now- - noil to bo better than tho Standard oil. Gives better light nnd no smoke. MOSE DAHKETT. Hickman Grocery Co., (Incorporated) Mrs. Deo Logan, of Hickman, visit ed her parents, W. C. Glldowell and this week. Prof. Osborn, of Hickman, Is en gaged teaching a singing school nt tho Brownsville Baptist church. Messrs. Morrow and Capps havo bought out tho grocery and mill form erly owned by J. F. GUdewcll. Louis Langford fell from a building ho was working on last week and was seriously injured. He is ablo to bo out again. Fred Williams and Miss Ollto King were married in Obion county Saturday by ' Squire Bruer. They wero both residents of this vicinity. May llfo's voyage be pleasant. 1 3 3 3 Inventory Price Reduction AFTERfound hundreds of articles e and pieces of goods too small to spe- cially advertise we will close them s out at a fraction of their cost. E ttr l,-'- Jonah had landed from the whale. "Ilut why," asked a native who was on the seashore, "but why, Blr, did you take auch unusual quarteraT" "It was olther that," Jonah explained, "or atop three daya at a summer hotel and I wanted comparative comfort." way to Nineveh. 1 New Goods are being received almost daily. Our prices are right and we guarantee the goods. A few real nice all silk Petticoats, always sold B '4 - - Taking a roll of sermons from a waterproof grlp,a be set out on tht of advertising and garnishee u(1iiK t. nri.tiiiuH um.v u oi.k. by calling at my office at til I.. .... Hickman Furniture Co., and This FOII .. ... . paying same at once. ! !iau t:ui kiri. u .....I.. .... means everyone. . Kl'l. il:fltn If.. o TOM DILLON, Jr., Jdlisn IS- - b. ..... . ... Obliging. give your sister your lovs and a kiss for you," aaya the sweet young thing to the young man who haa a lucrative position as director of the ribbon department, 'Thank you," he replies, politely "Will you take It now, or shall I send "Ill . J 7 ! V- " 11 or isast ... Jiickinan. - Juionia, and hi recovery la UCU tfu u ..'uinu, . . City Marshal. BAD It!" A Complaint. Our mt planU have had proper car And favorable weather. Hut they are failures. I declare. at 6.00 Ii Time In inn . . i.. ""icijr Dally Thought. i iouk ami each day Into which a Krcat deal . . . 'u l.' doi'the. I MULE8 0?k MULES 60 UOatJ - I m0 f- -- BbUt Of BOOd tori either aou I COMING EVENTS LADY WANTED. our very complete lino J. F. 4 8. L. Doddi Co. To lntroduco of beautiful apriug wool aultlngs, was Fob. 3 "Two Married Men." The fubrlca, fancy walstlnga, allka, etc., A:,U..r.e ?' A"e'n Ii.llih lnri nnil nottlcoata. All UD Lyric. .Modern. to dato N. Y. City patterns. Finest u"d "".el8 Jan. 29 "The Minister's Daughters "M ar- - ,,.r',,era,1KH line ou the marvei. ucbiihb uiruti. the Lyric. w ! with the mills you will find tho price shop wrndow. Feb. IB "The Blind Organist," the low. l'roflta $10 to $30.00 woekly. n Samples and full Instructions packed Lyric. III,, shipped exApril 3 "Tho FlghUng Parson," th H,uu6"tor. of Kulton, is in a neat saiuplo case, Wllnir lliikinan frlund., press prepaid. No money required. Lyric. particO Exclualvo territory. Wrlto for o ... lll.u ulars. n first to apply. Standard I Dept. V. 1. Uuy your groceries at the Hickman Dress dooda Co., I Grocery Co., and save 6 per cent. N, Y, ca"h or crodlt ,a,uJ, old' formanj"B?J AIso - w, lu 'w 'o11 They have not grown a r.ath.rl contract haa been awarded to Leonard & Co., of McmplilB to build the Scott County (Mo.) levee, closMethodist Church services: Sunday ing tho gap from Commerce to the MUslaslppl county line. Whtlo this school at 9:4C a. m., preaching by tho protection to the lowland farmers on pastor at 11 a. in., and 7 p. in. You tho Missouri aldo of tho Mississippi aro cordially Invited to bo presont. will bo very welcome. It spells trouO ble for tho lowland farmora on tho Kentucky aide Clinton Gazette. A FOR US. 6.50, we are closing them out at the small sum of 3.95 i O JTVVTVTTVTTVTTTVVVTTWTVV fliHiAiaiiAliitiilttiUll I See show window in Dry Goods Department. i i i Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co. g HICKMAN, KENTUCKY - & 1 8 mmmmwm m m m m mmrntmmmmm For Rheumatic Peons WTlCUltlJRE FOR SALE: We have tome new nnd second hand Iron Roofing, Locutt Posts, Brick, Pipe, Shovels, Forks, liroomi and Cement that we will tell cheap. See ui at Oil Mill. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF HICKMAN IIIUKMAN, KY. BANK 1909, COMBAT THE CODLING MOTH. . At Qosc of Business Dectmbtr 26th, RESOURCES Greatest Enemy of the Apple and Must Be Fought Constantly to Stop Ravages Richmond & Bond Co. As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the muscles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness. The codling moth will not your ap ples If you don't look out This la tho grentcst enemy of the npplo and must be fought constantly to prevent Its ravages. This moth is rnrely seen, because it flics at night and during tho day remains motionless or hides un dor the bark almost Invisible Its front wings have tho appearance of brown watered silk crossed by nu morous lines of gray and brown scales something like the plumage of a bird On each front wing Is a large dark Lotns, Discounts Re And OvtrJrjfls --- Pf f I . f IT, , . . .ir. Furniture and Fixtures Cash on HandDemtnd Exchange -- j film f 38,330 13,375 91 63 Heard On the Streets FIRE I Konnedy. Lyric. Saturday night. KIIIE! K1IIE! S. N. wi-e- Currency and Siher 56,706 S4 LIAOILITIES CapiUt Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (less taxes and expenses paid) f $0,00Q i.liO 148,160 00 FIHEl Konnedy. Sweeney Is In Nashville this INSUR- n.oooto 61 Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. Daniil H. DtEHUof Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. Pa., writes; u rieue send me a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for iheumitHm i. stiff joints. and It Is the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it." Mn. Deposits 4 A E. Kennedy, GENERAL ANCE. Ut,l0 If Also for Stiff Joints. Ed Jones was ovor from Moscow, Monday. I certify that the abo"be statement Is correct. w "I Mr. Milton WHrrLr.it, 2100 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Ala., writes : am glad to say that Sloan's Unimer.t has done me more good for stiff Joints than anything I have ever tried." Sloan's is the qickest and best remedy for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises and Insect Stings. l'rlce 25c., 50c, and $1.00 at AH Dealers. Send for Sloan's Free Hook on Liniment lionet. Address The Codling Moth. brown spot marked with streaks of bronto or gold. The moths begin to lay their eggs at once. The egg upon a leaf or fruit looks like a small white blister about the size of a pin head. They hatch In about Are to 10 days. As soon a the young worm crawls from the egg It begins to feed upon the foliage or the young apples. Upon resorting tho of nearest apples about three-fourtthe worms enter them at the blossom end. The rest of the worms enter the fruit through tho side. Tho worms often hollow out the seeds, their work being indicated by tho excreta thrown out at tho clayx, show ing the wormlncss of the apple. In about a month it cats its way h well-know- 1. V. ton Monday. Warren "was hero from Ful- c heed, c.,.. The nbovc is the best statement ever made by the Hid mnn Bank, nnd wc point with pride to our increased growi ... Telephone that grocery order to We hnvc not only cninetl nicely in denosits. hut mi A umurw . ui Deltcrsworth ft Prather. ns wen, nna we desire to mice this onnortumfv in Will Ilenthnl, of near, Monro w. was customers, one nna nil. lor their rinst nnlrnnnarnm , l in town on business, Monday. of the same courteous nnd libcrnllv consprvntiv. Huy your groceries nt tho Hickman tulure that has been theirs in the nasi. If Grocery Co., and navo G per cent. n customer oi me rucKmnn unnlc wc respcctlully soliat yo Miss Lizzie Pickett Shu tins pleuresy. Is Remember A. S. Darkott buys all kinds of furs. ciulto sick. II. P. Johnson, tho llvu stock buyer, was hero from Cnyce, .Monday. slslrnt with lmnlfinrr cent. Iluy your grocer I in from tho Hick- Riirnlll-- t man Grocery Co., and save t per It. A. Alexander Is building a four- room residence m tho O. II. Ilond Addition. wc nn- - fullv nrprutrrvl In lmnrllo it be large or small. OFFICERS R. T. Tyler, President J. W. Cowgill, Vice Prcst. Willi mir l.i... ..I . .1.1 DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. HEALTH AND VITALITY. NEWS FROM 8TATE LINE. (Crowded Mrs. O. B. Mott'i Nervine Pills Tho great nerve and brain treat aent for men and women, produces list. A. M. Shaw was In Hickman, Tucs strength and vitality, builds up tho system and renews the normal vigor. day. For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 L. D. Maddox was in Hickman last per box, 6 boxes for $5. Hickman Monday. W. J. Hannon spent Tuesday in Drug Co., Incorporated. Hickman. M. L. Corum'8 new homo is Hear ing compleUon. Tho bonk! honkl of tho horn Is now relegated to tho has- Mrs. It. II. Speight went to Padu beens. Tho latest addition to the can, Wednesday. world of advancement is an areo- Joo Wilson was In Union City on piano horn, which has made its in New York, possessing a business, Tuesday. screech that can bo heard for miles. E. C. Mozlcy was in Union City one day last week. T. A. Jr., was in Union Tho Now Mcexico and Arizona City ono Prather, week. day last Statehood bill was completed by tho J. E. Threlkeld and Cecil Shaw House Committee on Territories and were in Martin, Sunday. was orderede reported. Mr. Collins, tho contractor of Hick fTTTTTTTTTTTTf man, was here Tuesday. Mrs. 0. W. Whipple spent Monday WHY NOT TRY? and Tuesday in Union City. Popham'a Mrs. Paul Ghaw has returned from ASTHMA REMEDY a visit to Union City relaUvcs. Gives prompt and positive relief in Miss Lou Harper is homo from every case. Sold by druggists, Bowling Green, whero sho has a price $1. Trial package by mall, 10c. W. N. Brasfield loft Monday for Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland. Kevll, Ky., to visit his father, who A AAA A A AA.A AAA AAA AAA AAA A out last week.) Thrclkold is on tho sick Telephono your grocery order to No. 3s the Old Reliable all goods delivered. A. S. Darkett, of West Hickman, W. C. Reed, Qshier Jno. Pylc, Ass't Cuhicr DIRECTORS J. W. Cowgill pays the highest market price for all R. T. Tyler W. C. Johnson S. L Dodds kinds of furs. R. A. Tyler coat, vnn a W H, Riltzer C. F Baltzer List Tour real cstato with tho If wo dnn't anil It It -- .nt rfwt COULDNT HELP IT. l hnil t si An Apple Railroaded. .. MMMH. I PllrlfV liIIMII. Is tho motto of our drue donartmont. E8TRAY tiillH NOTICE, out through tho side of tho apple and seeks a placo In wblqh to form a co coon. iiicsman urug uo. W. L. nf Mnirn nnlnr. mf courier sent ror one year to Mrs iwo janes, inin, .Mo. Get OUr UrIc- - nn ntl Irln.U nf flnl.l seeds before you buy. Wo handle the uusu iiicxman uuw. uo. Tho Woman's WnrM nn.l IllrVmnn Courier, both for ouo year for one uouar, u ordered this mouth. The Lvrlo Haturilnr rilirht Jn Ihe Morphets In magic, melody and uiinu. Admission 3b and 00c Wo want all the local news, if you cannot seo a reporter, call No 21 Cumberland or Homo phono. -- inllhrif rT H. The way to kill tho apple worm Is to spray with arsenate of lead, parts green and bordeaux mixture Just after the blossoms drop and again a week later. Woodpeckers and nuthatches destroy millions of the npplo worms by digging them out from under the bark of the trees In winter. Thoroughly scraping tho bark with a sharp hoe so as to destroy the larva Is a great aid in keeping this Insect under con trol. Horticulture Notes. Reserve for family use all the fruit needed; it adds to the health and comfort of all. Contrary to expectation, the peach trees are loaded with fruit; therefore thinning is in order to secure fine specimens. The unusual growth of trees duo to so much wet weather causes blight when hot weather cornea on unit should be looked after. A new Idea has been put forth br an eastern fruit grower, which Is that mulching Is far better than cultiva tion by stirring the soil, for all fruits, An acre planted In apple trees of good kinds will pay far better than will an acre In corn, after they beirln bearing and will Increase In value yearly. A good cover crop for the orchard In the fall can bo had by disking In buckwheat This will add fertility, Keep aown me woeus and furnish some pasturage for hogs. Fertilizing Orchards. For fertilizing the orchard leguminous plants have great value. The details of their growth, cultivation and utility should be studied, that wo mav learn bow and when to use the differ-.- ! ont varieties to best advantage. Their roots penetrate deep into the soli, making It more porous and decompose moro or less of the hardest substances with which they come In contact The roots also support bacteria which has the power to change the free nitrogen of the air Into plant food. The thick epidermis of the leaves prevents rapid evaporation from their surface. The heavy foliage shades tho ground, checking the loss of moisture by the direct action of the sun and wind, at the same time keeping the temperature of the soli at a lower point through the hot months thaa If clean cultivation Is used. nun, Ky., oue red htlfcr tt iLmSm j04lCflsBSBSBSBBBBBBBIM"l I VaUed by me at 112.0 'VlltiuM tnv ti.ltul I! 1 IB Oil December. 1909 W. A N AY I OIL. J r C C Attest: fl. T Hoptr, C it. . Hickman Furniture Go, r!NCOUIOUATt!U-. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky Tttrphonm JVc. 30 now of Terrlll, Tenn., visited his father, L. C. Maddox, last week. Aubroy Logan and wlfo spent Saturday and Sunday in Union City with Mrs. Logan's parents. John Maddox and family have re turned from sovoral days visit with W. J. Maddox and family. Hearmon Wornor has sold his farm to Mrs. Geo. Iialrd and will move In a short tlino to Montana. Miss Jesslo Ilrasfield has returned to her home in Greenfield, Tenn., aftiT several days visit to relatives and friends hero. Is ill. Dr. D. C. Maddox, "He gavo mo such a nasty ugly look as he passed," said tho man In the Fortune's Witch Haiel and Almor 01 au muds firo, 1.U0, Accident, in Swiss hat to his companion. Cream Kuoo, responsible old lino companies "Whatever mado you keep It?" ex . v-- ' mr liih iuiu'i Dave llrvant. of Union riiv. claimed the friend, gazing hnrd at the : n -- uio guest or ins daughter. Mrs. T. A Swiss maVs vlsagu. Then tho Swiss nanus and iaci- ur.Iura'-3- - w t lit., nthir ijcororu, rrom Saturday to Monday .. man looked carvlnir knives.) ...I.. In. V'l- ijioi ror miu Kinu. ... Will. Rtnbnr r.if nr.....! .'.LI... 1I1J1H ... ....... IUIUIIILU . I'llllll. K'SIB. . I h. .v..,.., nu ima uruu Ellison I Iron ble "Trlnllrnln Snln." . ioiuiik ma sistersnuuiu Hovurnl weeks which started Saturday, ior an a winner. oeo Tllll ltnilmt ivnn rrnurilml nil ilnv What If Your r,vrvv ""yum tin utiiiilil u u - tirfinnrlv and tho forco of clerks was unable to . iiiuiKUW uuiior . inwtirsi at izcv wait all. Many people, A. M. TYLER a. Kennedy, oinco next to Kurui llUllrS onU'AlHttt Hnlllnliiv r..twho spent iipiiml mt Attorney at Law un k .iiorcuuuu liank. Mond.ty to do tholr shopping. Uoos ,m now located at Pi Tho Lltomrv (!lr!n ulit III Stilt lltlfll 11 pay io advertiser to Pra"ill i v Vifl..r. llll cah, but will continue Mrs, S. I). Lutmi. Woillwimlnv of Head Hid ctice. In the court, I.oon at 3:30. Fob. 2. All im.mi....-- SUbscrlntlon Courlnr'n nlnrlnl Intmnrv offer. Tun iinn.im fnr are urged to bo present important ONE county and will b. In HIcW UOLUAH. SCO Hobt. Coffoy has accented n txni tlou In tho postoffico as clerk. Ho takes tho. placo of Prather Wells. A. linzzaru iirin vllle. soul wiin this week to bund l I ru. niin iMiiiHr rmiiiiH lOry, Ull' UflUK '"V ! fur the coiilrac' Tfc? will reijulro aunt' complete. is .... .. H M ".i l-- k - - -" O NO DECEPTION IN E. Kcnncdv fur lnmirnnri u-i- - Miiz-V- TA .., i. a 1 -r 1 Ooooooooo aas-- V ui ruius. O. IlurtwiTlr Every One Who Comes to Helm & Ellison's for their Drug Wants is taking the straight road to drug store satisfaction There is n sign that will help ybu point out the way and keep you on the right track in Drug Buying. Thousands and thousands were guided by it in 909 and thousands more will make the buy this Season. They know that that sign reads right, that it points out the straight, true road to Helm & Ellison's Drug Store. We invite you to join the procession for 1 -- 1010- o Smith & Ainbent's novol "iinumi. Up Sale," has brought people to this city from many miles around durinir the past two weeks. It was a bur galu feast, and tho economical shop per was on the ground early, HELM & ELLISON Itinn.. Batiinlnv vi.u ..i. .u.... roui there, Mrs. Goldburn goes to uur iioiuo in t. I'arlsh, Ohio. FOIt HALM: Nlr.. r...l.t....n 9 Llltl l..llllli'lt l.llitl.. ui KIUUI1U Ullll all Improvements. Terms to suit pur- uuu i pay rent. Hoo us, If " uome. uicKiuaa Courier A leveo uround West Hickman wuuiu iook migiity good now whllu tho river Is liluh. nml Until il fit mil old tlino to cttuso a uuspuiuloii of uu.inuBH activities in that section of uiu town, wnnt u buautlful flzzlo u navo niauo uioiig this line. Thil Klitmiw.t.i nl..... ui....... I. .... ...... - vu Kuged In briiiKlng com niuii'ii la in to Hickman, which lu being shipped to Tynor & Son, at Nashvlllo. They havo shipped In tho last tun days nbout 20.U00 bushnlH ntifl linvi. ni.nli .V.VVU iUUSU- i. in AAA .v ' els yet to bundle. huuuv II. L. liradhtv lnft i.i.,i,. i.. for St. liOUlu tn niirch goods for tho progressive firm of umuiwjr ruruum. Tills Is ono of tho stores of West Kern tUcky. Onlv n fnur unra n.... I. ...... coiitidered a "small fry," but oner-getlsquaro dealing business policies uvu uusuieni.ua us rapid growth, .wlde-u-wak- o c, Mrs. Ida Unliltinrir I ui.i.i t.. . . i unuun v. l,..u.l.,.. r' " . -v nn.l .1. i.. What some men know about motor Iuk Nvould fill u book. What thoy do not know fills couiuterles. every Monday. ooooooo o ooo COAL FOR CASH The mines have advanced the price on 25 cents per ton, which, as a rule, would necessitate our making the same advance in pn" he hut we have decided to give our patrons the advantage of this advance, maintaining Bon Air same price of $4.50 per ton for Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must the order or the coal sent t nrvMtT A cir i Ajrv. coal ! rvr run, mrmT CITkK - 1 1 . f r-- a YD "' i i inv HICKMAN ICE COAL COMPAN inrnRDnRATED. J A. tA.aa.A.lUUtls.LiAiUiVi ALL SORTSsM I Easter Comes Early and you will want that new Spring Suit earlier In view of this fact, we have arranged to have our tailor expert, Mr. McDermott, representing A. E. ANDERSON, This year, visit us ii" ifTTTT I I I Buy your cost now. Hickman A Coal Co. I I1 rr ... t..A. I 'I a. a. . .. I ... PITTSBURGH Ice Uuy your cigars from Hickman Drug Co. Harris, at PERFECT FENCE BEST ON EARTH We meet anybody's prices on good Wire Fencing. Positively Guaranteed. Mrs, 55. T. McKay, of Louisville, Is tho guest of Mrs. II. T.' Tyler. Our silk handkerchief effect Is a big hit. Ask un about It. Schmidt, Sunday City. Robert DeDow spent Saturday and with homo folks In Union Mrs. Virginia Ilcalo has been quite sick for some tlmo, but Is reported hotter W. a. Uornan spent from Saturday to Monday with relatives In Dyers-burTcnn. e, on Monday, Jan 3 1st show a full line of exclusive, 1910 patterns, in large samples. This gentleman is an expert at taking measures, and we hope you will call at our store on that You can have your date and have your measure taken. Come in and look suit come at any time you please. He will Jesso Datta Is hero from Evans-vlllInd., visiting his mother, Mrs. Mnrtha J. Karls. Havo you seen tho comet? It Is visible In tho western horizon about 6:30 In tho evening. Chns. Stephens has returned to HICKMAN, Memphis after a pleasant visit with his brother, J. T. Stephens, Miss Hess Harper returned to Union City, Monday, after a pleasant visit to Miss Marino Drown. You will bo surprised at tho num- TESTING I HE THERMOMETER ber ot things you can buy for Cc and 10c nt K, R. Ellison's Cash Store. Various Processes Through Which They Are Put by Weather Bureau" Henry Travis returned Monday to Standardize Them. morning from a visit to his wife, who Is having hor arm treated In NashEach day at tho weather bureau In ville Washington the thermometers re you ceived from various manufacturers You will probably find what want when you want It at the .price throughout the country are put you want It for at E. R. Ellison's through the test of standardizing them. The various processes through which Miss Laurn McCaugh, of Ucrnle, Mo., who Is visiting Misses Laura the bulbs pass before they are labeled and Marino Drown, spent a fow days accurate" are easy, Inasmuch as of this week In Martin. there Is practically little scientific work attached to the test, says Har Mrs. Hardy Llgon and children, of pers Weekly. When a thermometer' Union City, returned homo Tuusday, after attending tho bedsldo of her Is first handed to the man In the testing room It Is dipped Into a vat filled father, J J. C. llondurant, with a compound far below the freezMrs. Ida Goldburg returned to her ing point. It is thrust In at the point home In Ohio, Saturday, after nn ex- where It happens to be at the time, tended visit to her parents, Otto and worked up and down until the deHertweck and wife, and other Hick- gree of the compound Is reached. Havman relatives. ing then recorded the lowest temperaThe big show is now on of tho ture the process of testing for the largest line of Spring and Summer highest Is begun. This Is Just as simsamples ever placed before tho pub- ple as testing for the low temperature. lic. Admission free. Come and look. The bulb Is dipped Into a vat of wa Schmidt, tho Tailor. ter, first at 60 degrees. Then It Is Ston at tho bottom of tho stairs worked gradually until ISO degrees Is leading to Schmidt's Dig Tailoring reached. It the mercury In the bulb Establishment and bco tho lato styles will indicate 130 degrees, further testin fine tailoring. 800 all wool pat- ing Is unnecessary, because that Is a tolerably warm temperature, and one terns. Over Itlccs' Shoo Store. seldom. It ever, reached by natural Hickman can bo made tho prettiest heat. town in the U. S., If every property A thermometer the bulb of which owner will take enough pride In beau- contains mercury will not register betifying his premises this spring. Trim tho trees, paint your buildings, low 28 degrees below zero; that Is to say, mercury will freeze at that point clean tho yards, etc. Of course. In this country little use is Tho two or threo smallpox patients found for a thermometer showing In this city are getting along nicely. more than 28 degrees below zero, but Dr L. I Daltzcr, of tho Hoard of In the far north they are ot course Health, has looked after these cases necessary. Such Instruments, howIn a very creditable manner, and to ever, contain spirits In the bulbs Inhim belongs the credit of keeping stead of mercury; but even this fluid these thliiRs from spreading. becomes sluggish when 40 or E0 below Senator Eaton, of l'aducali, has zero la recorded, and It will seldom found tho way to clear tho debt of show 60 below. the Stato without Issuing a bond for A mill will be established In Swe 11,000,000. Ho wants tho property ot tho State assessed at something Ilko den for spinning yarn from paper. Its real value and then ho says ho thinks thero will bo plenty of money raised to pay off tho Indebtedness ot BIRDS OF A FEATHER. tlio Stato. W. A. Dodds will start a saw and planing mill, near his brick yards in West Hickman, In tho near future. We are unable at present to say what tho mill's slzo or capacity will be. W. A. Is contemplating several things along this lino this year; ho has faith In Hickman and her future. We neqd moro men like him. Cash Store. W. A. DODDS I KENTUCKY THE OLDEST JURORS. Tho present Fulton county Grand Jury Is doubtless tho oldest sit of men over selected for this servlco In tho history ot tho county. The combined ages of theso twelvo men to 721 years, making the aver-ag- o a Uttlo more than 60 years. During their four days session hero last week, not a man was tardy another unusual occurrence. Tho youngest man ot the twelvo Is J. E. Phlpps, and tho oldest T. J. Reed. Their ages aro as follows: T. A. Prathcr, Sr.. 65; R. M. 71; T. J. Reed, 72; A. M. 66; W. H. Routcn, 55; J. .1. Seay, 58; C. I. Hagan, 62; W. R. Ilowen, 62; J. E. Phlpps, 48; J. II. Pickett, 52; S. D. Durrus, 54; S. M. De-Do- anyway. Remember, ONE DAY ONLY Dlnford, 56. This is a fine set of men, to say nothing of their good looks and pop- BRADLEY & PARHAM CREATING A BERTH. i ularity with tho ladles. It might also bo of Interest to our readers to know that Judge J. C. Speight, who is presiding in the absence of Judgo Bugg, Is the first Republican Judgo to occupy tho Fulton Circuit Court bench within tho memory of the present generation and the second one In tho history of the county. ICE GORGE BREAKS. GAVE DOND. Tlio preliminary trial of Edgar that thb bill Intro-1. . 1.1 rooks tu crontu ttiu Kane, who Is belnK prosecuted by : nut Commonwealth's Miss Mattle Turner for breach of : t is Judicial district proinlsu and violation of tbo ago of 1:1 n i'. a ealury of $2,500 to consent law, was held at Obion WedIpi cf to county levy. nesday, and resulted In his being re it u Haiti by those who leased on a $2,000 bond. Kami is s ij i.ot needed and that now a resident of Caruthersvlllc, Mo., i our new Common- - but at tlio time of the commission of .j ."t r U anility able to tho offense was living at Cloverdule, intercut of the Com- - Obion county, whero tho young lady - iv. '.iu. I ho coiintli'B In lives. that Miss Turner charges lit tlio when she Informed Kane of being In i " tiing 110,000 : f.ir him un assistant. i a delicate condition he left the town In , ' ii of Illckmati. Kill Ion and went to Caruthersvlllc. and full - 3i jiv'd theso lawmakers ed to appear at tho time set for their ju1 law Did Mr. Hester, marriage, which was Sunday in Dej tc inonweallh's Attor-- ' cember. Unlcn City Commercial. ' (.pinion Hint such a -i L passed? Or In It a HOLDER PARDONED. I' H ' Loiui body's "cousin" a K Gov. Patterson Friday pardoned ''alive Monro aliould I"-a'v Holder. Obion county, first sen l atti r tenced to death, then commuted to O life imprisonment, for tho murder of fri handle the r,l,l,rnl,,l . mil his father. According to a certificate Ilippey l Flour and guarantco ovory sack from tho prison physician. Dr. the youth Is now In tho last stages & Prathor. of consumption and it is believed ho T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. has but a short tlmo to llvo. Leo was a clgaretto fiend and a wsagi Lumber Office. tough character although a preacher's I'ot Drinks of atl kinds at rviwelll's son. When the 1 . t:.' 1 1 (it The great Ice gorgo that blocked the Ohio near Ilawsvllle, for many miles, broke Tuesday and reached Hickman Friday. It was tho largest amount of Ice ever seen In tho river at this placo. The gorge on Wolf Creek was a solid mass of Ice standing in many places 50 feet above tho water and seventy miles long. Those who visited tho gorgo before It broke, say It was tho grandest sight they ever saw. Old river men declare that such n gorge has never before been seen In tho Ohio river or any other river In this section of the country. - ARTHUR GOEBEL DEAD. VA-'ii- Arthur Goebol died Friday at Phoe nix, Ariz. Goebel was the brother ot tho lato Senator Wm. Goebel, who was killed ton years ago while con- ? LD0UG1AS ,4 rA HOES And the duia Ii creeping alowly o'er the blue. The management of the Hickman the Co., Then grows heart with old remembrance! Independent Home Tolophone tender wishes to announce that they are And you live again the days that once you knew. now ready to make connection with hn the shadows drift along To the murmur of a song all country lines on cither sldo of the first Hickman. The company furnishes all And the sky. faint stars ,ire peeping In eauloment In tho city and connocts In an echo from the goldsn days gone by. with your lines at tho limits (or $15 the voices of the sunset tell the per line and charges 7Ec a month for Thenstory exchange service. Seo A. W. Of the hours ws treasure closely-y- ou their and Davis, Manager. And we know again the olden golden I- O luwl plrnilor flings IU sold aloft In - O V A. Dodils OX (lilu la ilnnn brick tft hiiltri n thrco-BtorAND RETAILER building on tho lots now occupied by SHOES IN THE WORLD. his offlco building, nua let me kiks havo tho second and third floors for li . UI'ErcoH Tn nil..., .. niul rliili.rnnm liurnoses. L Ooutlai .ho., 'n 4 iii . for Ih. Thero is certainly no town any- Iwisillor... ! " ""d ' are r whero this slzo that is more in neea ..t ii liil nt antnn bind, mill it is to " I fu.1.1 . iJ Hofd Av... Ullc. Ni V bo hoped that tho Elks make n go of Tim tflliu nt rllv nrn nuntn tnlklng of organlxlng a lodge hero. Do you hear the volcet At sunset It ! In enso they do, It will bo necessnry calling for them to have a census of tho When the breeiea bend and kiss each droMsy rose, city taken to Insure tho 5,000 population which In ri'niilrcd In order to When from far away the got a chartor. Tho lodge will not tn song Is (ailing grows the sweeter to a strain that grant charters too smuiier towns. Its close--Tor half-hushe- d Of the lovellght of the days gone by. glory that art if ScfJcff" tutf.1. v the song was yours and mine With the luring light and laughter of our dreams; In the breexes It Is sighing and replying When the sunset paints the sky with golden gleams. And Its tune Is fair and line s Frank Fehrlnger, tho ed night rider and star witness for tho stato In tho celebrated night rider cases at Union City, who tried to commit suicide last week, was mar ried at the county Jail at Dresden, Friday night, to Mrs. Frances Campbell, ot Nashville, Tenn. Thu ceremony was performed in tho corridors of tho Jail, Robert N. peace, D. E. I'endergras, convicted Krldny Irvine, Justice of tho on two charges ot bootlegging, tnndo It appears that Fehrlnger while his escnpe rom the South Fulton calabooso Friday illicit. 1'endorgrns confined In Jail at Nashville, await spent tho afternoon trying to arrange ing tho night rider trials, met Mrs. n J500 bond, but failed. During tho Campbell, who was also an Inmate night, friends of tho man got up on of tho Nashville Jail, charged with the Jail and tore a hole In tho roof, somo minor offeuso, that n love afI'endergras was lifted out through fair sprang up between them and this aperturo and made good his es that after his removal there from Nnshvlllo they kept up a considercape, able correspondence. Hnlley's comet Is now being "seen" Mrs. Campbell, now Mrs. Fehrlnger by tho press correspondents. At Is a haudsomo young woman and May field Saturday night It was vis! stjUshly dressed lu blue suit, light bio In tho "east;" at Humboldt, Tenn., wnlst mid picture hat with large tips. -In tho southeast." ntid at Hickman Sho claims to bo from Louisville, Ky., It sank behind tho "western hori uud to bo connected with somo good zon" dragging behind it a tall SO people at Hickman and Nashville feet long. As all of theso views were Her first husband deserted her and taken iti dry territory tho comet must bh. obtained n dlvorco from him. havo been really seen and at a tlmo Sho tuny ho connected hero, but vr haven't heard of any wedding when It wns moving somo. presents being sent from Hickman. Threo now Studobukcr automobiles They will resldo In Texas wo hopo are duo to arrive In Hickman In a away down In tho southwest corner, short tlmo. Dr. J. O. Stubbs gets n uimbout, W. H. Unltzer it 30 h. p., FIRE! FIRE! Kennedy. , passenger touring car, and S. u touring Dou'ds a 30 h. p.. car. Tho two latter curs will bo exactly iiko tho new ono recently purchased by W. A. Dodds, tho Stude-bakagent hero. Wo understand that about five llrush runabouts will ulso bo Bold hero lu tho early sprlug. er er testing for the governorship. FormGov. W. S. Taylor, Caleb Powers nnd others, who wero accused of tho murder, were recently pardoned by Gov. Wlllson. Arthur Goobel fought for years to havo the slayer of his brother punished. His friends attributed his to bis long years of strain. His homo was In Covington, Ky., and ho wns engaged in business in WANT A DEPUTY. For tho first tlmo in years thero Is no deputy sheriff In this end ot tho county. Sheriff Johnson has named two assistants but both ot them are residents of Hickman. L. C. Roberson has made a good officer and our young sheriff could inako no solectlou that would pleaso tho people better. Tho services of a deputy sheriff aro frequently needed hero, nnd wo should havo ono in convenient calling dlstanco. Fulton Commercial. 3 o ANOTHER NKED, LBAVB -- AT- Congress is to spend sixty million dollars improving the Ohio river. This Is all very well, but how about tho public highways of the country, the condition ot which affects a thousand people to whero that of ho Ohio means anything to onoT Congress could do nothing that would add moro to tho prosperity nnd tho ovorlastlntf glory ot tho nation than this, ami It can't get busy along this line uuy too soon. It's a matter that has been shamefully uoglected already. O twefully EL"X!W -- Win' why th.y i Vow 3,0,1 It. O hold n t V "!,ue lh" "y othir make. will offer In a short tlimi somo' of tho "Si ,l.rltir'Mw.u...,i prettiest building lots Hi hickuiou. F 1M.I-.,,- Tim lllxknuili fniirlur ifcaltv Co.. Then the voices of the sunset tell the story In a mystlo song surpassing sweet and fair. And we know again the olden, golden glory ' Of the lovellght ot the wonder-day- s A. & BAKKETT watch for tho announcement. . hmiiUiiiim Ovrrlnnd nutomo biles were received hero Friday for a firm at ruiton. Friday evening, Mrs. W. H. Graves and Mrs. Clifford Adams entertain ed u mimbor ot friends nt tho for mer's homo. Progressive Rook was played at four tubles. An excellent salad course and coffee wero served. Tho guests wero Mesdames T A that Here. Ledford, J. T. Stephens, 11. F Gab by, Tercy Jones. G. 11. Hoiid, C O. Lyric, Saturday night. llowors, Schlenker, S. M. Hubbard, Mrs. Alex. Ilumen Is homo from F. M. Ryan, J. A. Mooro, Misses Nashville, whero sho has been In a Llzzlo Ainborg, Mario llrevnrd, Frank hospital. Wo aro glud to learn that Held, Mrs. Ida Goldburg, of Ohio, mid Miss Lou Harry, of New Madrid she la rapidly Improving. LAUNDRY Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon PAY YOUR ACCOUNT. Bradley & Parham's Parties In debt to the firm cf Davidson & Stubbs, or to me Individually, are requested to pay at once. If not paid within the next week, accounts will be turned over to - collector. DR. 8. K, DAVIDSON. W. A. Dodds will build n brick o iu tho Honry Addition Just as. soon us tho weather will permit. cot-tag- Best Work Lowest Prices FIRJSI FIREI Kennedy. - .J. "IbW Orouim Morler Our Live Are Tn you ALL SERENE. Constmaf: Vanishes Fore "Do minister, ho saya dat nt dor last day ovcry man will bo Judgod ty "his works'" "Well, tlat needn't worry us any. Wo norcr worked!" All TlredOut. f'rl dull. wcaionnllr out of orsT Ifrnilitcli nnil I)lsilnrar Thu fault In rlthrr wlih your stomach or your way iu grt ll.r-- f Tim Mfs sum Inand Miy NATIJrtE H . (ilifr troulilo rM to nk. HI Mi:iY Tnkft nn Nil Tnliltt Id tillil-- It will snrrtrn the Moriwli and rrgulat the Itvrr. klilnrys and bowel. JJrtir-ito t lrt a S6o llnx, Tim A, 11. Lwls Mtdlcln Co., HU Uui, Mo. r GENUINE Usf AccidonisWillEj And Easily Distinguished. This," remarked Mr. Cane, "Is my photograph with my two French poodles. You rcrognlzo moT" "I think so," said Miss Koftee. "You nro tho ono with tho hat on, are you nbrn Ik.. all cul., praln Ma. I, -- "r ar ,,..j uM.d.. wtV,L:,""i, ,k 7I, - ? ! not" "That's a very popular man." "Yes: he'll listen to tho details of your summer trip without Insisting on telling you about his own." For Colds and Orlpp The for Orlpp and CoM Is lllrka' Captidln. Itrllave ttia aching; and frverUhneM. Our ttia Uo It' Ulul.-K(T- rtl lmmlltly 10. ft and too at Drue Htoir. rold-llniU- ch, In Demand. Tim n. . ' niaar .."V. ft! HUNTS. The aad lac cotrl .. """Ml tlr. .Up. . ,'"' . - HUNT'S Alnaj. k.,, HUNT., ." LIGHTNING Oil Tnki. ,v tt rmly Cipudlne. ... (k ..limTMV! i,'l teat a, balilr. Mioiciura. 3 1 N view that has ben said about the (all In the death rate. It acorns strange to realize that we are not llv. Ing bo long as our grandfathers and did. grandmotliera of nil Tho old proverbs depend largely on th point of view. Fur Instance, you ran't convince a tnouso. thati a black cat brings good luck. For Salo a richuds by DruPM. tC, J RKtiul - iu ti(tiwr ( K. v. Olim cs- Um4 uitlWlr.CuUIOi)lur. - nti!.AXATtv IIM.T "IHUIMO OlII.MNt-.- - muiwoyfl.MSu. lb WMij k rt y I MAID til:: Mora babies live to grow up now. adays than formerly, but people la later life die faster than they osed. Once arrived at adult age, tho average man or woman has fawer years of survival to expect, since their physical vigor and Vitality are less able' to throw tiff disease than' would have 'been the case half a century ago. This seems, on the face' of It, so surprising a statement that. In order ty bo' accepted, It should Tie backed up by data authentic and Indisputable. Such data are furnished by the figures of tho Insurance companies (which all agree on tho point), bat It Is caster to refer to the government census reports, wbioh tell tho talo in simple and, convincing fashion. Not only are peoplo living tpng than they did half a century agoc but he decrease In longevity Is progressive. Even during the last 15 years the death rate among all persons over 55 years of age, of both sexes, has risen very considerably. In Part i of the third volume of tho United States census will be found a tabulated statement which shows in a very striking way the rise in the death rate for all ages from 60 up. I bayo brought the figures up to date, with the help of fresh information from Washington a matter of no little Importance, Inasmuch as the Increase has been marked. 'Thus corrected for accuracy, 'the reckoning shows that there has been this tn tho death rate for tho entire United Money talks In spite of tho fart that lota of men want to keep It quiet II nnvT cnj t liiWll average prospective lifetime of all is much greater than was the case for those living 50 years, ago. , , Mpst of us do not realize, how much more complicated life Is than It used to bo. The typical successful business man of to- !? a4 iMnaaantit. liMUi.iinsu. variety rcn.vcT that cot oh MM, a il Mr rt a lotti (fcl 'imii Up. HALFTONE rirniKi. uni4iiJ A Most of a man's friends aro of tho PATENT -- .ur.mi uii.rt. jrw,IkJ ,s'l Childrti Hav perhaps, GASTORI For Infants nnd day crowds-thewor- states: , For cent. For cent. For For people of ages from people CO to 64, seven per 6V4 of ages' from 65 to 69, per percent. people of ages from 70 to 7, 16 people of ages from 75 to 79, seven per , For people These figures toll the story moro clearly than rtho most eloquent discourse on tho subject. They scent. .For people of of ages from 80 to 84, 15 per cent. For people of ages from 85 to 89, 12 per cent. F6r "people of ages" from 90 to 94, 30V4 per 95 and up,' much, going, to bed too late, and keeping his nervous system continually on the rack until, all at once. It breaks down. Incidentally, his digestion becomes Impaired, his vital organs suffer Irritation, which Is often the beginning of disease, and his circulation Is clogged, threatening apoplexy. So wonder, then, that in many an Instance he dies suddenly, while yet In tho prima of life. Sudden deaths aro much more common than they used to be. The high prcssuro of modern lite, with Its keen competition and. Intense strain. Is tho chief causo. Tho busy jaercjiant drives 4ils body machine beyond Its capacity and over-drivin- g 20 hours Into 10 and only leaves , hla"of-fle- a to plunge Into Jso-cldissipation of ono kind or another, eating too much, drinking too much.' smoking too of hours The Kind Too v3" La AYrflc tMt Preparation fer As similAlimj rtie Food awl Rctfula-tin- g th Stomachs and Dowlj ef You alcoiiol-- 3 iEK enrrr Always Bought Bears the Signature of 204 per cent. It- - If show that, notwithstanding Improved medical knowledge and the benefits of modern sanitation, we are dying earlier than our grandparents did. The reason why offers a topic for considerable 'discussion and Is not to be summed up In a word, out one may discover it without much difficulty la the more complex and luxurious life that we load. The lives of our forebears were compara-tWelsimple and their constitutions, unweak-eae- d by tho luxury and Intense nervous strain were stronger at an existence like that of than ours and better able to withstand the approaches of disease. Plenty of proof of this fact may be found In tho vital statistics of our population, especially tn the cities, the figures showing that, while the death rato from diseases common to children has enormously diminished, within the last few years, 'Che mortality from maladies moro properly belonging to later life, such as heart disease, apoplexy, cancer and ailments of the liver and kidneys, has risen to an alarming extent. Kay, more. It is still going up ond seems likely to cony to-da- suddenly it collapses. Heart disease or apoplexy the attack may be, according to the physician's diagnosis, but It is really that Is accountable for tho mischief. Tho strenuous life Is all very well, but It Is llablo tn these days to bo carried too far. I havo known several tragic Incidents of tho kind within tho last few years one of them the caso of a gentleman whom I had earnestly advised to lead a more simple llfo. "Nature," I said to him, "did npt provldo you with a machlno capablo of enduring such use. Yon have so many hours for sleep, so many for work and so many for rocreatlon; you must arrange them accordingly." But be kept on at the same gait, and, not long ago, while speaking at a dinner on board a steamship that was entering the harbor of New York, l had given he dropped dead. A blood-vesse- way. Is weakened by t When the cannot withstand tho hostllo germ life which It cannot wlthsttand the hqstllo germ life which It Is obliged to encounter. In other words, its power of rcalstanco Is diminished,. And when tho hours that should bo devoted to healthful recreation are given up to tho enervating dissipations of club and social llfo there Is a double drain upon tho vitality. Many business men nowadays aro kept under such continual nervous strain that they resort to stimulants tn working hours and It Is this sort of abuse, combined with constant and racking excitement, that has earned for paresis recognition as a brain disease to which stock brokers aro peculiarly liable so much so, Indeed, that It might bo called broker's Insanity, The conditions of luxury under which most of us live for these are days when oven tho poor man enjoys comforts such as were unobtainable by tho rich halt a century ago havo a tendency to weaken our constitutions and Impair our vitality. Our houses are overheated and even tbo vehicles in which wo rldo aro often Thus wo have warmed almost to suffocation. become like hothouse plants and, It by chanco exposed to a current of cool air, we catch cold, or perhaps contract bronchitis or pneumonia, a trifling change of temporature cutting our lives short in a twinkling. Or, again. It may bo that a llko causo will bring congestion of the kidneys, leading to dlseaso of those organs proving eventually fatal. Not long ago, while traveling, I chanced to stop at a village on tbo river Rhine, whore I found an astonishing lumber of old people. Tlwo wpra. a dozen oror J00 years of ago and many from 80 years old up to tho century mark; One woman nearly a yet straight and vigorous bupdrcd years old was earning her living by picking hops; her grandchildren wore middle-aged- . It was quite wonderful.' Hut there was no mystery about it; it us merely the effect of body-machin- e over-I- r has a chance The average baby born of reaching five years of ago better by 50 per cent, than would have been the caso halt a century ago. Its prospect of escaping tho diseases of childhood and growing up is vastly Improved, as compared with earlier days, Now, It Is very desirable to save the bablos aad one of the greatest triumphs of our newer civilization Is the successful" rearing of threo human Infants for every two that survived half a century ago. Hut It is undeniable that the race as a whole suffers by the change, Inasmuch as tie weaklings. Instead of being weeded out, are taus enabled to grow up. These weaklings not .only propagate other weaklings, but, by reason .of their Inferior vigor of constitution, commonly bill .to reach old age. In this fact, doubtless, Is tead one cause of the riso In the death rate tn later life. Nothing surely could well be more strange Own the spectacle presented to our view of a great and Increasing acceleration of the sweep the dread, scythe among people beyond middle, age. while multitude of children are constantly swaptng"who,must formerly- - havo succumbed, la beUi cases, too. It is our advanced and perfected civilization IhaF furnishes tho causo, rescuing the rout) bu$ uunyjug dwn tho old. So far. Indeed, doe tho, barm. nputrayze tho good that, nptwlth. of modfcrn hygiene tvtaadlng ail thu achleve-montn,i medical discovery, it Is doubtfulwhether the tinue to Increase. a simple life spent largely tn the fields, wlta plain diet, consisting of a few vegetables and fruits, ltttlo meat, and native beer and wlno tor beverages. Nothing can bo moro obvious tban that the very complexity of our modern civilization is shortening our lives. Hut of all tho ovlla that nflllct us tbo worst and most destructive are hurry and worry. Hurry drives tho body ma chlno beyond Its capacity, while worry racks It Inwardly. Of tho two worry is probably the worse! This might. Indeed, be called the ago of worryr- Hecauio of the Intense nervous strain to which we are subjected we do vastly moro worrying tban did our fnrcboars. Tho average man is continually surrounded and pursued of by phantom troubles, which, though few of them ever materialize Into realities, haunt blm continually, ruining his peaco of mind and Injuring bis health. Worry Is not only distressing, but positively dangerous. It Is tho fruitful cause of mauy brain diseases nnd Is often the beginning of disorders of tho nervous system. Men worry about money matters, about business nnd about family affairs. It becomes a habit, growing by what It feeds on, so that tho victim, with nothing on earth to bother blm perhaps, looks around to discover something to worry about. If thero is nothing else to bo found, ho will worry about his own health, or about his salvation In tbo next world. Worry Is ono of the most Important factors In tho development of kidney troubles. It may bo said In conclusion tbnt tho fact, shown by tho census figures of 1900, that people In rural districts live longer tban residents of the cities affords rather a striking Illustration of tho Influence of tho complex existence upon longevity. If wo are "dying at tbo top," as seems to be tho case, tho mlsfortuno Is unquestionably attrlbutablo to Inherent defects In tho civilization of which wo aro so proud. Wo havo more amusements, travel faster, aro moro daintily fed, wear finer clothes and nro surrounded by moro comfort and luxury than any generation that has preceded us; but we pay for all these things literally with our lives, which, as It by the working out of sotse Inexorable law of compensation, havo been considerably sbortoncd already and seemingly show a tendency to become progressively shorter and shorter still. y Promotes Digciliort,Checrful-nes- s and Rest Contains neither Onmm.Morphlnc nor Mineral Not Naucotic sou DrSAHiriftrom Apcrfc cl Remedy forConslliM-lio- n Usi . Sour Slonuch.Diarrhoca, and LOSS OF SLEEP FatSimilf For Ove Signature' Tire CCKTAWI COHPAHV., Thirty Years NEW YORK. Guaranteed under the FoodTij Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORI vMta IDttr 1U sr. Ismrs J Uu! II m ''.(11 iUtii "i.l In it .! 11 Guardian You say you are going to marry a man in order to reform him. That Is very noble of you. May I ask who It IsT Ward It's Mr. Oofbyrd, duardlan Indeed? I wasn't aware that he had any bad habits. Ward Yes. His friends say that be Is becoming qulto miserly. Sketch. "It takes all kinds of peoplo to make a world," rcady-madphilosopher. "Certainly," answered tho plain person,' Hook nt explorer. Bomo of tfeem excel with' mathematical instruments and some with typewriters and plcturo machines," Washington Star. said the o A Noble Woman. UCHT STANDARD OIL COMrAj m..rr iwisn- - CHy ArcRcH"bI1 All Kinds. rmtnn Seeds. Tnumpn - fWetAiH. ;iw . especially selected lor ouu. () t a 'That houius to bo a curious nauo you hats for your inuloT" I calls him Cllmntu. 'causo do mo1 "Yes, sub you abuse:, him do mo disagreeable- be gits." - iiiiiw THE KEELEY urn una wnoicsa.c 3 SCinVILL-18.20 S. Front Mreet ai'' HW crnRE jItB,,u. MIX nniill 702 AND HOW m AND USE DRUGS. INS1ITUTE, PARK AYENUE. m 2 At the National Capital Goip .Senator Wilson s x i-- Made It Clear. Jim had never learned to read by the ordinary methods tho face of tho Simple Home-MadPlsmsdy That It old eight-daclock. It pleased his Free rrom opiates and Harmlong-llraemployer howovcr, to ask ful Drugs. blm tho hour and hear his answers. "Jim, what tlmo does tho old clock An effcctlvo remedy that will usu sayT" ho asked ono evening, when ally break tip a cold In twenty-fou- r ho had callers. "Step out In tho ball hours, Is easily mado by mixing to of People and Events nn ace." Kethcr In n largo bottfo two ounces of Jim was gone several minutes, but Washington Olyccrlno, a of Virgin Oil Gathered in with a beaming face. ot Pino compound purd and eight returned Ah walled "Ah Jos a mlnuto to ounces of puro Whisky. Thlti mix- - seo whlch'd get ono or ahead, turo will euro any cough that Is cur do long ono," ho said. do sho't 1 went "W'cn able, and Is not oxpcnslvo rus It makes dey was bofo on do lor han windenough to last tho nverngo family nn out place, ing sah. Hut de long ono, sho entlro yenr. Virgin Oil of Pino com clip it Up good an' llbcly w'cn sho seo resources of tho stato of Washington pound pure Is prepared only In the mo watchln out, an' now she's 'bout and tho uenoral attltudo of Its people toward tho question of conserrntlon. laboratories of tho Leach Chemical a inch ahead, sab." Youth's Co., Cincinnati, O, "Tho Issuo of conacrratlnn with us v 'ij m s Is merely tho question of tbo remornl HERPOINTnIEW. rhn In mm ratirrh H ffch ttvlkm thA lut of friction betwocn tho national tiui ail nUirr dtwura put tojrthtr. ant uMil lb an at ( and tho stato," said Mr. Wilrun m tupTovd io I Inrurabla. I or a manr vrara aottnr pronoun rM it a loral dbraM acd A GOOD COUGH e MIXTURE. y o half-ounc- o Joke on New York roti-lfr-T .IKVoTOV. D. C -F- ormer ... i I Wilson of tho stntf) air. nauu " '.mVr kn was nnn ui mu muni that r of congress ,it la fl'htr tiomo nrer both sides of hnvinc UlTTl'll 111 inn in mo nouse as uin ..tr-!-- ;:l .rf5fn"."vo from the then nnd In 1895 .1 v hint-ton. .......i m ihn aenaie. wncro no Mr Wilson l now r . ... .i ..j .i . h.i ih-- rosi-iniciu- - . a in j u, K .I until nine is nenT. Mnaiitncton state in- alaln .. j. . mi himacir oi .... ttiih reancct i. recently.. Mr. soma io luo aa u i.. l son. "When Oor. Hughes of New York camo out to see our fair at Seattlo he mado n speech In which ho said that wo of tho west would probably bo surprised to know that tho stato of Mow York had set aside 1,000,000 acres of land for n forest reserve It foil to me to reply to tho speech of tho and I told hltn that wo wero In deed surprised that anybody In tho stato of Now York would let that much Kut nwa; from him. Then I told tho governor that If tho forest reserves of tho stato ot Washington were placed side by ftldo In ono contingent body of land tho entlro Kmplro stato of Now York could not only bo put down In tho middle ot It, but a man could walk around tbo boundaries of tho forest reservo and still bo unablo to sco the boundary of tho stato of Now York." rot-erno- r m m m MMrrtta loral rrmolka. and tr eonauntlr Ulilnf to eura with l trratmrnt, prooounted It Ineuratl.a. (Mlrnr haa prerra CatarrB to t a rniuiltullonal aat tbmtora requtna ennatitutlooal Irfatmtoc 1111 calami cura, raanuiarturrq ny r, j. t,umrr ToImIo. OhM. la tha onlr Comt notional rure on A the rairktL It la UM Intfrnallr In rfoara from It dropa to a tntpoonful. It atta dlrtrtlr on tin blond and mueoo aurlatva of the vjium. Ttier offer ia kuadrrd dollart for anf raat It tall to cure. Send tor rtrrqlira and AQttrmij r. j, 1 iii.ni&x ac uv ioicoo. uajo. fuld lr OrunlKU. IM. Tak UiU'a I'amur 11U tor constipation. 2uestiums remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would-alsbenefit her if suffering with the same trouble? Here arc two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydiav E. Pmkham s Vegetable Compound. Fftclivrilo. Ohio. 'My danchtcr was all ramdown, suffered from pains in her side, head wsWK. limbs, and could walk hut a short distance atsv tlmo. Sho camo very near having had begun to cough a' good deaf, and seemed melancholy by spells. Sho trie two doctors hue got Httio Help. Slnco taUaHT Lydia 12. Finkham'a vegetable Componsv Blood Purifier and Liver Pills sho has imr proved so much that sho feels and loolcs girl." Mrs. C. Colo, FltcIiviUo, Okie. Irasbunr. Vermont. "I feel It my duty to-Bay a lew words in pralso or your medicine, when I taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder blcs and nervous prostration. I am now taking tho sixth battle of Iiydla E.Plnkham's Vegetable Compound nnd find myself greatly improved. My friends who call to sco mo havo aotlcetl a great change" Mrs. A. 1L Sanborn, Iras burg, Vermont. We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters are published witbotat-theipermission, or that the original letter from each' Bid-ncome to us entirely unsolicited. What more proof can any one ask? For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedy for female Ills. No elck woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. ham Invites all fsKkMrs. Pink her for advice, sick woaea to write she has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Plnkliam, Lynn, Mass iicrreasv-prostratiolOte-anothe- When shown positive and reliable proof that a certaim "Do sternly. "How am 1 to know when you are 8weet Mold You must remember angry?" ho asked. that ours was a summer engagement 1; always stamp ray feet," she an Tho Man That means. It you see anyone you llko hotter, youll break It? swered. "Impossible," he said. "There Isn't Sweot Maid Yes. Tho Man And It I see nnyono I room for a stamp on either ot them!" That fetched her. Llpplncott's. llko better-Sw- eet Maid I'll suo jou tor breach If You Are a Trifle Sensitive of promise. not anger He Was an Old Hand. me!" sho said, n i. a DU.i, IT, a ra r m - I T .C sa a C m l a. SOFT, WHITE HANDS May be Obtained In One Night. . t. I Mnou In the. i A (kin nctllnnrv ftw hA s .a... Dr,t from "a ktlrr a aw - i man sUntng tl.lau jttl si tln Via ln hlnw ud the tinner branch of - HoJtfi. win put ,i on inn m pain- a r I i. - i. . i.. rr . l. u tm (be 17a .1 blow off comes. wroto that u.i.i uui via lunukum iu lln.1 Inlnn.tf..! rrth'liM to end his lbyslrians lit nltittfirn chare- - ibrn be read an artldo nth t nroe'reorin and kill hlra- - Ue ulo tlrao. tie Ultor In Chief: 1 am going en Ihil mnrrraa nltm. i. ct'.j rriton for (Ivlng you this Information Is that I do not wish to Injure or kilt Innocent people "Don't think my opening remarks are a Joke or threats emanating from a diseased Drain. I mean business, as you will find out later. "This dlshonorablo body called the United States senate has plundered the public long enough, and It's time something was dono to learn thorn a lesson ono they will remomber for some tlmo to corao. "Tho physicians Inform me that I can only llvo about six months as I am suffering with Incurablo Internal trou ble and nothing will savo me. "I Intended taking morphine and ending my cxlstenco until reading an article giving tbo history ot tho sen- nto and Its corruption. "It determined mo to change my plans on tor the tlmo being and plot bow I will wipe out the gsng ot grafters and also end my miserable llfo also. "1 havo secured enough nitroglycerin to blow tip )i I, and dod help the detectives who try to stop mo. "I know tho pcoplo won't apprcclato my sacrlflci In their behalf, but later on they will say that my act was a Just punishment. "Thero Is no bso ot going Into dotal!; I leavo' this to your Judgment, uso It as you sfo fit. "I will not wrlto you again, but wait for results that aro going to happen. d About the alte ot Tour ahoea, man peopl 'wear amaiier anoea vj nama; Alien a r the Antlaeplle Powder to abake Into the ahoea. It carta Tired, Hwollen, Aching- - Feet and elrex reat ami comfort. Juat the thing; for breaking In new ahoea. Bold ererywhere. He fUmple aent ritEE. Adireaa, Allen 8. OUaated, La HOT, N. V, For preserving the bands ns well as for preventing redness, roughness, and chapping, and Imparting that velvety softness nnd whiteness much desired by women Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, is believed to be superior to all other skin soaps. For those who work in corrosive liquids, or nt occupations which tend to Injuro tho hands, it Is invaluable. Treatment n.itbo and soak tbo bands on retiring In a strong, hot, creamy lather of Cutlcura Soap. Dry and anoint freely with Cutlcura Ointment and In severe cases spread the Cutlcura Ointment on thin pieces ot old linen or cotton. Wear during the night old, loose gloves, or n light bandage ot old cotton or linen to protect tho clothing from stain. For red, rough, nnd chapped bands, dry, Assured, itching, feverish palms, and shapeless nails with painful finger ends, this treatment is most effcctlvo. Cutlcura Remedies aro sold through out tbo world, Potter Drug & Cbem. Corp., solo proprietors, Boston, Mass. Fight Against Plague Goes Oru Although tho survey ot tbo past year's anti tuberculosis work shows that much has been dono, tho reports from all parts of tho country indicate that this year tbo amount of money to bo expended, and tho actual number of patients that will bo treated will be raoro than double that ot tbo past year. For Instance, special appropriations havo been mado In tho various municipalities for next year's antituberculosis work, aggregating 13,976,-COIn addition to theso appropriations over $1,000,000 has been set aside by the different state legislatures for tho campaign against tuberculosis this year. Besides theso sums, a largo number ot tbo present existing institutions nnd associations are planning enlargements ot their work, and new organizations are being formed dally. r ot Pa's Sleepy Day. "Pn, what do you go to church for?" Wnr cr to listen to the sermon, orjtouTBe." ' iv h i if i rmiiu ccra t a and back about a oi uroamyn mnuo ibv imagination umueu, uiuva Uk IIUOIllUMj- almost as baa In some m anything ho exticrlcnccd n vii, result of tho ipkwr unlquo adventuro ss Inconvenienced, for .m.u u iuhj a inuuu, til I tocg Sold, Ily dozo Id M4 ub, Aid Id slddy? Bcunj (or Dinner Party. mj.. "rys ilstcr nnu airs, were on their .11 IWn an atlat. vifciiv ii chick uiunur it tho country homo qt t lUmard. son of Justlco Job t, ot ct - of Columbia. m auin-ui- court Ol 1110 cro riUIIIg SKIUUCQ, nil r. IX lnv fl Mil She Wants a Donnet. "ghat's what I go for, but I can't Tbo manager of a department store hear It 'causo you breathe so hoavy." received tbo following order from ono HolIIster, Dept. K, 205 LaSalle St, Cfaieagc, H. Of course, a man can't help ot bis customers, who .a fashionably attired woman wnntcd a bonnet: IRPUTC BOH ho pays tho freight "Mazuro ot head from car to car U'a free, Jlarllna; Ilroa.. Cerrri.It. Wa Buy over top ot head 12 inches; from car to ear under my chin 9 Inches; from "Yours. forehead to back hair seven Inches. I "C. HODGES." Hides IBs want a black lose bonnet with stream Wool ers and rosetts of red or yallow snttlng Feathers. Tallow. Beeswax. 1 i ribbon and would llko a bunch ot He didn't complain if you were a little despondGinseng, Golden Seal. (YatteV Root). M by Annie. WUdGlmar. pink Rozes or a bluo pluino with a ent or irritable at times. Now he docs. He's bucked a couplo of times, and hopped tc. we are aeaiers; esuuiaaae buckol. nlr still 0er the same man. He didn't understand then. In half a century la LovlsrlBsr off tho road Into a snowdrift. black Jet I want a It artlflshels tbo stllo bunch ot grapes or a and can do better for yottthaaageats He doesn't now. Then he thought it was caThe chauffeur managed to keep bis bird's talo somewhere. I do not want or commission merchant!. Referenca, are price and liked it. Now he thinks it is caprice scat, but the l'earys Involuntary as- anything too fansy, Bank In LoultvUI. Writs for veeUj prtae but It you think a sembled In ono corner of tho vehicle. lilt and shipping tigs. and doesn't like it. But now he's busy getting wreath of pansles would look good "Heavens!" thundered tho explorer. why put one on. I havo somo good M. money. LOUISVILLE. KY. 229 E. MarkttSt Ho also mado further comments that If he realized the full truth he would be more than pink ribbon bear nt homo so you need sm I ii i "I escaped reproof during tho excite- not put on strings." Ltpplncott's I V anxious to have the wife he loves take the right remedy ment. Mngazlno. to restore her to true womanly health. Most men don't "This seems qulto natural and homeknow that when a woman is weak, nervous, irritable and like," ho added, without nollccablo Period of Joy for Casey. despondent, there is invariably something radically wrong enthusiasm. "I observe that wo are Casey's wlfo was at tho hospital. with the delicate feminine organs with which her entire In latltudo 7.S0, longltudo 8:16 p. m. whoro she bad undcrgono a very seri physique is in sensitive sympathy. You folks alt hero while I conduct a ous operation a few days before You start sickness by mistreating at relief expedition of one." Mrs. Kelloy called to Inqulro as to There !s one, and just one remedy, tried and proTcn, that and it trenerally shows first in the Ki swill Whereupon tho commander, al- Mrs. Casey's condition. will put things right when the feminine organism U weak or and liver. A I oc box (week 's ti i n1 as-- i though In evening garb and wearing "Is sho rcsUn' quietly!" Mrs. Kelloy oi uiacAKisi B vrtu neip sal ore i diseased. It Is low-cu- t '(latent lentbers, started oft asked. you. auey wiu uo more using across country In the direction of the rrKularly oj you need them tfaai "No, but I am," said Cascy nearest light medicine on Earth. Get a box This medicine restores perfect health to the weakened ortake a CASCARET tonight. Better i The nxt day he Intimated In nasal For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. gans, and makes them strong. tatafe the morninc. it's the result Colda, Heat, Stomach or Whether from tones that It was ono ot tbo meanest irounie. mo Xtl nr millions take them. ; trips be over made. Ho plowed nnd nervous hv Canudlne. acnesIJfiuldipeany ralloved nlan. wifehood happy, and motherhood easy, It makes It makes CUT TITI3 OCT, mall It with TtmraArroaa tav wallowed through drifts of snow that ant to take Krfocla Immediately. 14, S child-birt- h short and almost painless. It helps to make coo ui urus mores. Btrrlluir Uemely Co., Oilcaeo, 111., kdJ reealra. sometimes reached bis kneosi some- - ana a tiaauUoiue aoureulr sola lioa lk DtMMm real "new women." An honest druggist won't urge lines his vest, and, on ono memorable That's the Question. upon you a substitute. i ccaslon, his shoulders. Wlfo You wero lato last night This "Favorite Prescription" is a pure glyceric at several Tho explorer knocked An Ideal Present Hub Ueg pardon, my dear. As I extract of native medicinal roots and contains no alho arrived at tho doors before camo In tho front door tho clock NO STROPPING NO HOfWG g cohol, injurious or drugs. A full list of homo of Mr. liarttard, whoro utmck 11. Thu work ot digging nut tho taxi-caits ingredients printed on its outside wrapper and Wife Uut what tlmo did you arrive took mora, than an hour, nnd the at tbo head ot tho statrsT attested as full and correct under oath. l'earys and tho other guests ant down, Dr. Picrcc'i Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen StomWORLD OVCJI ach, Liver and Dowels. Easy to tale as candy. KNOWN THE to a dried up eight o clock dlnnor at Did you ever have a good, boy's stomach schef Of course bait past ten o'clock. A little doto of Ilamlina Wizyou hare. ard Oil will chaw away a colicky paiu in the stomach like magic. v f w-- If ertr Ton wlahM tor a home In California atnd for free Information about the greatest In enterpriae CTer undertaken. In addition to their a lion, colonising and home-makin-g auereaa In Irrigating 400,000 aerra In the Twin Falla Country, Idaho, the Kuhns are Irrio JM,OU0 acre. In the Sacramento Valley.. Send namea of f rlenda. Eaajr term a to acttlera. Vfm 1 "California L Now Never!" or $2.to5. Xg&S&lg3IS in ir r nr m irii r When He Courted You FURS 185G-"- six-fo- Sabel Sobs. VI Your Health Worth? WHAT'S Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. tht habit-formin- r HAtMAn fZ -- e Is supposed --ii Of . II,. ir . now vium ratio Mysky Tre-"alw itnoWR ns CapU Kas by his friends io uo in rh rnrn In tha ..iiiiisiorgeoviicn tlig II,,. Diaimlnr In ........ I.,l J. . ln'capo brldo for lut MugScrv,a VM5ull b p..!,.- ,tu Sfti.?iaB.lv,er nru it Uw-ar- tt,.i . . fami- - ,,,, J"t y ' 1U0 U0W r ' isoi in ii,.. Includes i Wr yri a two .:r In- . o2 U?ort ,, ...in es It t.rn?unt Treskaya Is a ngr, about whom Time. Color mors poods brlqMer and lister colors thin ani other d;o. One tOe oactsoa colors all fibers. Thr dr In cold water better than ant other die. Tee NYashlngton's set has aoj Bartneai niuioui rispina apar w nriioiBnuouooaiM nuwwui.iManiamiaii wini. MUmitOE URUQ OOm, Qulnoy, "How much does It cost to got marnah. been tnlklng. Upon his appoaranco ried?" asked tho eager youth. Evidently 80. hero ho was bollovcd to bo a secret Save Baby Use depends entirely on "now long "That an Geo! FOR We will rnals fromCNGR.tVINO agent for somo Dalkun nation. "What do you euiiposo Is behind this you live," replied tho man. A HALrTONE rofrlgorntor trust?'' Now It turns out that King Peter Bli ten aouare Incbea or leaa.se "A cold deal "Tor somebody." hltn to coma to thts Ptttlt's Eye Salve for Over 100 Years commissioned on firlut lu Newapuper v DuUdtas, 1'ortrall, country and report what opportunity lias been used for contented and Inflamed Landacape, Lira Hloek or aa eyea. Vll.YA CIIIIKI) IN O TO 14 DAT. two sons might have toward mak- eryea, removes film or scum over the N. Y. I'AZO OINTMKNTIecnaranlnl lo car anr hta auulect you mar atleei. lata All drugjiistsor Howard l)ro., lluffalo, rata paper will do the prlutlui; lor you. at lirMna-- IUIdJ. Hlrrillnii or I'rulnnHn ing nn nlllanco with Amorlcan girls. a in tUi UUajaoriuooaj rauuUeU. Aim. Western Neeipsper Union, Little Beck. Krk. Servla does not mulntaln n diploOno way to acqulro a reputation for Hope is u magic lantern which often matic representative In Washington, amiability is to ugroo with every shows Impossible pictures. and this may havo mada tho count's you meet Should be fiven at once when the DEFIANCE STARCH-- U.0: business dllllcult to transact Ha Is liule one coujha. It heals the delmother itarchMa onlr li ouocea aaioa price amft. havis1No Mra. Wlnilovf'a feminine; Hyrnii. icate throat and protect the lunfe haa no inbuiiuia. well Buppllad with funds L thphomo oilier rruirUj It ao rltocltta "DEFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY. rorehlMrrn tttilnjf, lumtuyii, ailuiKka npuralnta or from infection (iuareatccd safe and ot Morgan, Jlarji-- & Co., the l'arla (UuuuaUoo.alUr Milu,cuiv wiuJ ixillc tm 4 tulUa. tur rhfuiuallkiu. I'm up lu &e,ai ana Mm bulUea, widulaujr wru very palatable. Co. Thompson's ot J. P. Morgan branch respect only as thoy How loafors ernli imon Ihn tmrvoa Men deservo AU Orut tkta, IS ceeta. A report that tho Hcrvlan princes ot a busy person) W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 4--1 SIR. want to marry American girls reached giro it Washington last sprlug, Czar NichJoseph and olas, Kmpcror Francis. King Oeorgo ot Groom tried to plan an ulllanco for tho sons ot King Peter, but none of theso would consider au alliance with any prlncus to whom tboy wero Individually relate!. This Is why tho prlujo will seek to marry merely money. ui WQ80 uaiyi Krixiiy, groy hairs. Use LA GRCOLS" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. ultra-exclusiv- e , A Queation of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES piso's the $1 n s U.mal.! tiitWUr iau9) I CLEANING BLACK Some Alcohol Questions Is alcohol a tonic? Nol Docs it make the blooil pure? Nol Docs it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayer's Sarsanarilla a tonic? Yesl Docs it make the blood pure? Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yesl Is it the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your medicine. If he approves, doctor about this J c i etCo.,Lotceir.Wou. your confidence will be complete. non-alcohol- ic Do You Carry SILK DRESS Method Fire Insurance her husband and sometimes as great responsibilities. When your work Is dono you can lock It up In your or flee and put the key In your poikot Hut she never locks her work up till sleep comes nnd turns the krv upon It. A woman's work Is n. v r done And modem life tins Increased nnd Intensified It. Cares have mulfi plied faster than conveniences. MrV Is moro complex, Its demands an1 K rent it nnd moro numerous, society moro exacting. Who needs a va a tlou If alio does tiolT And she ran not get It at home. The moro quiet mid restful tho homo Is to you the more cvldcnco that It Is n cart If not n burden to her. A hoiisekeepi-enn too moro take n vacation In lur homo than a morchant In his countlrg nouse. Kvcn though her absence t cnslons tnconvenlenco, give her an occasional vacation. The The trnleal Amnrlrnn ninthr.f-.ln.laIs tho ldenl niother-ln.lnv- . sth. u nf. fectlonnte. kind, nnd reasonably Imiul . Rent to her and ahn U .!. Voted to his children, holnlnir in r.mr and train them In tho way that they siioum ko, anu in sickness being at once, verv often, tihvilnlnn mir. and ministering nncel Th nrn nr.. rr ueservwg aonsin-inin this coun'ry wno navo not an angelic mother In law. and to tho credit of Cans, bo It said. Ihnl th innll.o.m law Is generally tho recipient of a mini aiiecuon second only to that rendered to ono's own mntiu.r mnil. almost, looks unnn hi. mnthnr as being worthy of tho highest seat in nenven, anu uiesscil indeed Is ho (and thero aro mn in-- urh m..tii )., can In his heart feel tlmf hla tnnih. is entitled to a scat by her Son-ln-La- Requires a Llttl Tlmt, But the Result Will Be Absolutely Satisfactory, Winter Holiday for the Wife. (live your wlfo n varatlon. She one. IJttlo caws aro harder need to boar than Rront losponalbllltles, and she has many moro cares than A Just think what you would have in caie your property should go up In imike, when If you car rled a policy In cne of my com Dullfilrk! Dull men I Dull women! very often due to constipation! Yet thecurelssocasv. Dullboys.1 Heavy-heade- Downhearted! All -- Aycr'sPill. Aik yourdottor. d t panlts you would have something to start with again. Don't put thli matter off or you may be too late. (r R. T. TYLER, Agent. NEW HARNESS SHOP s, We wish to announce to the people of Hickmnn nnd vicinity that we have opened a Harness Shop in Hiclcmnn, and am prepared to sell, or make to order, all kinds of Hnr-nesSaddles, etc., on short notice. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Prices reasonable. All work positively guaranteed. Shop next door to Farmers & Merchants Bank. Call and see us. uninviting. A moment before no npol ogles were needed, now no apologies aro accepted. Oh, man! truly wonderful Is thy meehantslni, but how strango thnt nature failed to endow you with souse Io mco and know thnt true politeness nnd n patient and forbearing spirit aro ns much needed to light your own domicile ns to shine athwart your neighbor's. Oh, why not look on the sunny sldo nt homo ns well as abroad. A a. j. wright, M5r. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Truthful Assertion. Tho worst habit that boys can fall Into Is thnt of loafing around on tho streets nt night. It Is then that they cast their lot In slippery places when nt nny moment thoy aro likely to fall s from grace. All good nnd noble taught thorn by their mothers are th(re counteracted nml nullified. lea-son- fEm ft riff LfAP fC ITDTP 1 LTUVUVUIVI af C . C.VW. fr fisf 7 mrVy MANUFACTURING LG HAVERS IOUlSVlLL,Ky,U.S.A. -- J. Samples on display atjthis office. ivr The Hickman Courier - EXGLUSIVEr- - IOCAL AGJ&KTS FOR. THIS ErXCLUSIVE CLUBBING RATES. IP? me. Make the Farm More Attractive. The Hickman Courier and the St. (twlce-a-weeLouis $1.50 Both one year lor The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis Republic both ono year for ilAO The Hickman Courier and Mem(Weekly), phis Commercial-Appea- l $1.25 both ono year for The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all ono year for J 1.75 The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to parties on rural routes). A daily paper and a .weekly paper, both one year for only Globe-Democr(twlce-a-weekGlobe-Democr- You can do this by Installing a telophone. You can make the sur rounding on your farm just as at tractive to your sons and daughters as If you were living In the heart of a big city. Our excellent service and attractlvo "Farmers' Lino" rates aro not to be compared with the benefits otn. derived. Call the manager. son-in-la- "Worthy and dutiful make loVllIC DIM) WlMlnirvftr...l mn. " This rule holds good in nino cases out of ten, and certain ly that mnkes It n nrellv rmvl nna ii womrj ue won tor every young man Who la n limit tn l.Wn nnon hlmair tho Important and happy relation of io wrilo the above rulo on tho tablet nf hi. dOtl bin tho iovn nnd lfrM nn (hn ship rows oi mo oy so conuuctlns himself u. io ue, ai onco anu ror all time, deservlne of the lnvn nml of tho mother of the wlfo of his bos. thers-ln-law.- They learn nothing that Is goodbut everything bad. Tho boys who spend their evenings lu (ho sacred precincts of homo with good books for their companions are tho future hope of the republic; thoy will fill our legls lattve and congressional halls, and sit In Judgment upon men and measures, while th boys who run tile This simple process cleans, stiffens streets will nit our penitentiaries, and makes silk look new. s almshouses nnd lunatic asylums. who aro responsible for these broken laws of decency will have broken hearts nnd bowed down heads In tho awakening years that will In ovltably follow. 1'nr-ont- Take the dress entirely to plfces nnd shako each piece; then spread over a deal Inhlo a newspaper, or sheet of clean paper, and on It lay a breadth of the silk, llmsh It well on both sides with a fine soft brush a hnt brush would very well nnswer tho purpose. Hhnko It again, fold together In hnlf, nnd placo on ono sldo of tho table. In the same manner shake, brush and shako again each piece of silk. Remove tho paper, and placo on tho table a clean paper. On tho paper placo the breadth of silk once more, and Into a clean quart pudding basin our a half-pin- t of cold water, adding half a pint of good sweet ened gin, which U better for the e than unswcvtcned, as the sugar stiffens tho silk. These are tho proportions for any qusntlty required. Havo ready a piece of black crajie. or black merino, about n half a yard square; dip It Into the liquid, and thoroughly wash over the best sldo of Ilo careful that It Is wnll the silk. cleaned, and If possible wash from edge to edge, and wet It well all over. Then fold over the silk lu half; then again, till the folds are the width of thoso of nw silk. Place It In a clean towel and clean each piece of stlk In tho saino manner, laying one pteco on the other, remembering that the last piece dono must be tho last Ironed, tat the silk Ilo folded In the towel until a large Iron Is well heated; but bo careful that It Is not loo hot Vie two Irons. Opn the towel when the Iron Is rendy, and place the silk that wax first cleaned on an old tablecloth or sheet folded thick; and thou Iroi the wrong side quickly, from edge to edge, until dry. Fold the silk lightly to the width of new silk. pur-pon- Is Here 1 ke your I nltl. nu cheery um by ing it with l,r;0k. 1 Uetw "snew '".urc arc ., and fixtures, diiplaying a complete line of nulling, si our home Two "Big Stores Whal Do You H Sewing Machfnti Clocks Oretsert, plain ind (inc. Bed Spring. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, Incorporated. O $2.60 The Hickman Courier and Woman's National Dally, both one year for $1.75 only The Hickman Courier and Woman's Farm Journal, both one year for only , $1.15 The Hickman Courier and weekly Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Both for one year for only $1.50 flee. FOR SALE: A nice residence, one block from Postofflce. The house has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch es; In good repair and a very deslra' tie place. Call at this offlco. 0 FOR SALE: One of the best cor ner lots In Hickman now occupied by J. R. Brawn's mill; also a good combined store and residence The residence has about 8 rooms. Lot Is 22x100 feet. Will sell worth the money. Call at Hickman Courier of' The Girl Everybody Likes. She Is not beautiful oh, no! No- ooay unnks of calling her that. Not one of a dozen can tell whether her eyes are black or bluo. If you should asK tnem to describe her, they would only say, "Sho is Just right." and tnero It would end. Sho Is a merry hearted, bewitching: mal den, without a spark of envy or malice In her wholo composition. Sho onjoys herself, and wants everybody else to do tho same. She has always a kind word and a pleasant smllo for tho oldest man or woman; In fact, I can think of nothing sho resembles moro than n sunbeam, which brightens everything It comes In contact with. All pay her marked attention, from rich Mr. Watt who Uvea In a mansion on tho hill, to negro Sam, tho sweep. All look after her with nn admiring eyo, nnd say to them- solves: "Hno Is Just tho right sort fun-lovin- or a gin." COAL' COAL! 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 Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. o o o o Our Children. Treat them kindly. Admonish them in love. Early train them In all that Is rlel and good. Do not exnect their vniini hnnrla anu noans win find delight In old folk's staid ways. Teach thorn tn think thnt lh 11,,!, boy In rags has a heart In him In spue or the rags and a stomach too Don't preach politeness and proprl ety to them, nnd vlnlntn tlmi,- - iiw. yourself. In other words, let tho ex nmpio you sot them be a good one. Never auarrcl. wait until ti... hit dren aro gone to bed. Then they Added to the Loner I icf rliir Will not sen vou. ami nnrhnna t,v ume you may not want to quarrel. 1 Tcnrh them as they grow older. to his bamous Remedy, mat. a rcsnocirui unniennnr tn nih.ru Oronoiro. Mo. "1 was slmnlva ner n eetltln tnnn nf vnlnv n bin, I ,H.nn vous wreck. 1 could not walk across Billon, a generous nature, nu honest Itho Hoor without purpose anu an industrious mind, aro tnv heart (lnttirlni ocuer man nnvininir ih nn narih ami I could not even Teach them thniin thine, nml unir.rn receive a lot tor. I'.verv tnniit h I li iil llanco and Intelligence and capability will como of thomselves. Teach them suchalieuriiiKdowii sensation, ns tr tho inese tilings, and your uoyB and girls lower parts would win grow up to bo noble men and fall nut. l.v.liii iv , women. I'inkliam's Vegeta- MOKb To blacken brown boots rub the blacking well into the shoes with a raw potato and then polish. Have you neglected your kldnoji Blankets, Ccmforti Boak silver knives, forks and spoons Havo you overworked your nervous In sour milk over night and alt tho Mattrenes system and caused trouble with your surface and creasss will be bright as Rnf blnn flhilra nf ll II. kidneys and bladder? Have you pain new. Restaurant Stooli If light kid gloves are not too bad In loins, aide, back, groins and blad dt-rChildren's Rxkcrt Havo you a flabby appearance ly soiled they may be cleansed by nibbing them thoroughly with crack of tho face, especially under the eyes ur crumbs. Stove Pipe, Stovi BjelrU Too frequent a desire to pass urine? Chl'fohelrs A little sugar added to tht soap wilt If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will euro greatly Increase the lathor and cleans Wood Beds you at Druggist, I'rlco GOc ing power. It will also remove all Bed Cprlngi dirt and chemical stains. O Prlnceia Dreueri An attractive garnish for vea! or Percy Jones, Is, ns usual, making chicken loaf Is to put sprigs of cress High Chairs more Improvements In his cafe. He on top of tho loaf and at tho ends of Window Clan, all sizes Is enlarging his bakery rooms and the platter, then surround It with Stove Repalri putting concrete floors In them. olives. Trunks, all (lies concrcto floor Is also being laid un stuffedgood furniture polish may be A dtr h's soda fountain. Jones says made of pa ratlin oil and turpentine ho will havo tho cleanest bakery lu the state. Now, our people should Korosene, too, Is good, while crude show their appreciation by eating oil may be used to darken wood that has not been varnished. Jones' lllckman made bread. When two thin glasses are stuck to-golhor, set them In rather warm wa or Wo havo for sale In West Hickman tcr and pour cold water In tho upper near Metheny's store, a fine piece of glass. Tho expansion of one and rcsldenco property. Owner has good construction of the other loosens the glasses. 0 reasons for selling. It will take A little soap rubbed on the bottom to trade. Property cost moro than this. Well Improved and will ef a squeaking door, or on the sill. will sometimes remedy tho trouble. bear close Inspection. Part time. If the dlCiculty lies In tho binges, dip Hickman Courier Realty Co. a feather In kerosene and apply, We Sell Furniture O swinging the door to and fro gently. FIRE! FIRE! Kennedy. Walnut Cake. I TT Cream one and a third cups of sugar cHnytiousc s with of a cup of butter; add half a cup of sweet milk and two tea nciuuwy spoons of baking powder sifted with two cups of flour; then add the stiffly boatcn whites of six eggs and a tea. MrYu. In iddltlon to 0 ... w spoonful of vanilla. Ilako In two ob ..1.. tvi larflfl tint Oi Art long pans flvo laches wide by nine l goods which are sols' hand Inches long. Filling Mix the yolks of the six tremely low prices. eggs with a cup of sugar and a cup of thick, sweet cream, then add a cup of chopped walnuts. Cook in a double boiler until thick. Spread botween the layers and on the top. It la de WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. ? O Cots Wall Paper Window Shadti Rugs, Art Squarti Lsce Curtalnt Carpet Paptr Smoothlnj Iron Heating Stovei Cooks and Rangei Iron Beds Children's Beds Qranltswar CASH II,-80- nPFDTT two-third- Man wesiern u. 1 PINKHAM CUKES St Louis licious. INCORPORATED. OooooooooooooO oOooooooooooooO o The Co'urler costs only one o dollar a year or less than 2 o cents per week. Are you a o subscriber T It is too cheap o to either steal or borrow, Sub o scribe today. Your money re- I o funded, if not satisfied I o 1 o o o o o o o O o o o o o o o o TRY A COURIER WANT AD. The Cheapest advertising Medium I Read by 3,000 People Every Week COST8 ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK. o o o o OooooooooooooO OooooooooooooO o If there Is a blue mark on your If your sewing machine runs heavy, why not get the Singer agent, L. A. Courier dont fall to renew this month Brock, to adjust it and make it run as all papers are discontinued at the expiration of the time. tight and uasy again. The Difference. gentleman stons nt a friend's house nnd finds It In confusion. Ho does not soo anything to anoloclzo for "nover think of Biich matters." everything Is right cold sunner. ov crcooked victuals, cold room, crying children, confusion, disorder; nothing disturbs ins evenly developed nature and well balanced mind; no fault to find whatever; understands Just how It Is, takes circumstances Into consideration, makes all due allowances, and Is tho most generous, liberal and conslderuto mortal over moulded from tho dust. Our fancied Ideal goes homo whero his own dear wlfo has been taking care of tho children, attending tho Blck, looking after a Uionsand and ono tilings and drudging her life almost out. Here ho does not bio why thlnga can't bo kept In order, meals awaiting, provender well cooked, and everything Just right to tlcklo his palato and ever fanciful whims. He never saw crosser children before, and everything lu general so -' r-A I the tn Rntnu frl..ll,la n..,t !.... ..r .1...... I been greatly bemiutcd by iL" ....... if.. Airs. lllv Vfi'k'viniiK rer wruu-lll- l .,.. Woman, i KL I inU f,i I...1I hi .w. UIIUIUIUII, terribly with u female weakness ami U .1 t i. !... Inju n iKiins liitl wHiwuio, i4i aim I lu.it.in lLlfliH In Imvor tiiirta ..1I.. Lydla li I'inkliam's Vegotablo t'om- usea llio rianativo anli and now I have no more troubles .,, A'WftM Tlflll I..1B ini.uiauiuiiDini 1 bearing down.i.... recommended it ble (?iiliitmntiil li!i done my nerves a great dual of Rood Ui for Old Bhtets. When you find that an eld inset has become too worn to turn or use la any way, take it to tack up In a closet be hind your best gown. Another may have brass rings sewn on the side at Intervals and the rings slipped over small nails driven In above the hooka on which tho gowns aro hung. Many pooplo use calico or chlnts curtains for this purpose, but a sheet always has the appearance of being much cle.mer, while the gowns are protected from dusL pound of sugar, six yolks of eggs, one pint or milk. Mix well, put on fire, keep stirring until It comes to a boll, and then add one pint cream and flavor to the taste. Strain It and freeze. Before serving one-half Hlcknw, Ky. CHEAP COW FEE Take tcs Cream. ""ii .v.ft.f&HIN A 1 .. dnctom .ir..... Watch for the ULUE MARK on c,'"t,nuo to l"Ir wlthoHt the upper right band corner of your i i"otr Hiving j.yiiui k. ruikham'B Vi'ifctablo Courier. It Is to notify you that your Conijiouiid a trial. 1 1 giircly has cured subscription Is about to expire. No animation, ulceration, displacements, papers aro seut out after the sub llbrold tlllliors. Irreinilnrltfea tu.rl.ulln scrlptlon is out. jwlns, backnclio. ieullniT, lnd k'eHtlon. 1ll77ltif.ua nml liOUa tO III.- ,- r.T... that Wav." Mm. At lit l'rescott Ave., Kt. Louis, Mo. IterikllAO vim- - ..nun lu n .Tlllt..1, ... ... it.Mj ,a Ullllvlllb mil', cover the cream with a meringue and bake In a very hot oven one minute. Meringue Four whIUs f eggs, well beaten. Add one-hapound of now dered sugar and flavor. Or one-haof tho reclpo can be used. lt lf mixture .. m t U.r SI ... all. - Shucks, Small un . 1 O Silks, Etc, t l6cPtrwi oad, if muled in.. iiai at gin. I. F. & S.L. DODDS yous prostration. to trv it. nml tl.11 T that bearlnlowa WANTED: Small bottom farm, at It costs but a trillo reasonable prlco, r., ..1. i Address Hickmnn .i. ...11 ! Courier, ' (Incorporaw ...ji