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Team that Pulls tha Commercial Wagon up the Hill A BLUB MARK HERE Dirtni thirth your expired wrnit th ppr to com to yon nftor thli month llflnew promptly If 70a pwt-.n- is IfiB of Success, The Courier has a Bpankin' Good Team. Grease the Ilxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and LeVsJtUtchJJp ,U,tlT PA" M WE8TEBW KEHTDOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, I. V- Wnrrcn, Kulton. Paul lllakemorc, Kcnnett. Mo. Ivy Krotit, I'laqunralno, O. W. Orny. Houto, 1. 10. It. Olbbit, Kaal l'rnlrle, Mo. Mr. Wllllo Janea, Qulln, Mo. Mra. It. II. Caldwell, City. Ooo. (Iraffetmnn, City. J. V. Jeffries, Fulton. Mr. Martha J. Karla, City. V. A. Uiton, Houto 4. J. K. Swift, City. i: M. Hannom, City. Joo ManKrum. Moscow. Mr. I. II. Henry, Houto 4. C. II. Ilruur, Houto 2. J. V. Jackanu, Clinton, Ky. A. II. Ilemlernon. ..cuiuy. Mo. JudRo H. K. Ketnley. City. 11. (I. Ilraaflcld, City, Houto 3. W. O. Anderaon, City. Prof. J. A. Clark. Pueblo, Colo. Hov. C. I.. Price, Kulton. Mra. J. It. Italnoy. Texarkann, Ark. V. II. Nerren. City. II. II. Handera. Carutheravlllc, Mo. O. I). Cole. City. 11. Parham, Houto 3. J. K. Scott. Houte 2. K. K tlradley. Woodland M.. Tenn. Jlra. OeorRla DadRer, City. II. ItiuaRtua, City. Mrn. MbkrIo Catnmoha. Houto I. Jeffcraon Davis. Cayco. J. I. Irrcnt, Houto 2. Itvl Joliimon, City. (J. II. llraafleld. Wood In ml M..Tenn. W. .M. Venters. City. Hob llynum. City. Ii. II. Klrkatrlck, llntavln, Ohio. Ada Mlllner. City. L. M. Ilushart. City. P. J. Krenx, City. U. I). Perry, McKwen. Tenn. K. Huiulkcr, City. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1910. WHOLE HO. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR k 3484. lH5t Don't Borrow Reading Matter I. Value of Manure As a Fertilizer By John A. McClure, Director A list of Our Handsome Folks nnd best people on ennn. i.rii.i tlio names of thoio Tk. subscribed for tho Courier 7' v month of January, rt dl" ,,( folks never lived than .,' f; ,j l , efforts, Ti'V appreciate ourplnn nnd 'he i. ..row tholr reading matter. t n directory of the best irHi. Just save these list m lame la It? u n h nt Crutchfleld. Watson. Kast Prairie, Mo. un. I nlun City. i i, y m aiham, Scooba, Miss. j Mmldox. State Lino. .u.kson. City. ! Wiiknu. Cayco. s Vunan ChWIcothe. Mo. Mtoii, Tyronxa, Ark. ti j(K tirnvra. j It M. Daniel. Memphis. City. I ). Siriu WIon. Moscow. v Hj finer. City. ub. City. k City. v. 1 a titer.City. Il L luuow. n Kinon, City. , 1 ndurant. City, s ) I J.r. City. i l M'U. t uiy. Jmondi, City. it Wright, City, h V non. City. " It K Itoach. Hilton. i f! cikcld. Ilouto 3. Hector. Ark. H " I. ..... r lUvendun, Ark. , uI Mm ' U McOehee. Newport. Ky. v., t. mde. Tahlepun, Okla.' ,i t I' Ktiian. Cape (Jlrardonu. j;m I! I Ilrcvard, Jonesboro, Ark. . . me CUy !! 3 Houto I. Davis Cairo. III. h s Corydoii, Ky. I j Hublette, Clinton. H z ilKKlc Ilamsey, Clinton. " I liondurnnt, Houto 4. .. V . 1 aud-rda- lo. i- You Don't Often Have Such MEN! Third Institute District. In continuation of Mio subject wo wroto about last week, will this week produco authorities to bear out tho points we made and add now Ideas to those already presented to your renders; the first authority we shall call upon, or rather quoto from Is Prof. Vorhees, an eastern authority Prof. Vorhees says: "A farmer should realize that a well fed milk cow will, on the overage, produce 12 tons of manure per year, and thut this product will contain on tho average 117 pouiiUh of nitrogen, 77 pounds of phosphoric ncld, S'J pounds of potash, enough, If all tho constit uents in It arc used, to grow nearly 70 bushels of wheat with the accompanying straw. Thcso have como from the farm somewhere; If they are not returned tho power ot the soil Is lessened." "If tho farmer wishes to return these In the form 'of commercial fertilizers, ho would have to pay out, at present prices $30 20c per pound for the nitrogen and each for tho phosphoric acid and potaBh." That tho real cash value of manure is not given a thought has been, wo think, clearly demonstrated In tho article last week, tho extract above, nnd that which is to follow. Air. Chasi G. Barker, ot Pembroke, Ky., who Is a successful breeder of short horn cattle, southdown sheep, Poland china hogs, etc., and who is not satisfied with lesa than 40 and CO bushels of wheat to the acre, In says; writing to the To the Somo six or eight years ago when tho lands were "clover sick," I commenced to cover tho lands, to be sown to clover with wheat straw. Instead ot burning up these great ricks of wheat straw to spread them thinly on the thin lands and as much of tho better lands as possible. Tho "sick lands" got well at once and such crops of clover I novcr Baw nor such perfect stands. You could tell just to a line where tho straw was put, spaces that were not covered had no clover. Now, there are thousands of acres of straw spread each fall and winter (fall much the best) and the great bonfires that light up the heavens for miles around. the burning1 straw ricks have been succeeded by hundreds ot tons of clover hay and lands are worth ?5 to $10 moro per acre. Wo have covered 75 acres with straw since seeding wheat am busy at It today while the ground is frozen. Such preparation and a bushel ot good red clover, sown In February, while the ground Is frozen and covered with llttlo cells that are formed ot tho Ice and frozen earth, will as suro produce a crop of clover as anything I know of. One bushel of seed to eight or ten acres sow only whllo cells are open to receive tho seed, so that when they melt they encloso nnd cover and In this way the seed at onco becomes established and send their little roots out and down and are ablo to resist tho dry spells In April and May that como In order for us to prepare tho land for corn, tobacco, etc. Also enables tho llttlo plants to make such growth that they can resist tho shock produced by cutting off tho wheat or oats. Try It In a small way whoever may bo skeptical and If it don't win send mo tho a Chance of supplying yourself with good clothes at less f Uj than they're worth. If we get you acquainted with our excellent merchandise in this way, dem onstrate the merits of our 4c nth 1 -- tt tut ! I 1 !:- -s - .Vdsms, Tlptonvllle. liaaidcr. Melwood, Ark. Wilson, City. Ui 0 1 S II. 'm City u l lhishart Cllr. tit Zora Winter. City. Jlr Jno. It Kord. Calro,IllK. ll- -j v 11 GoldburK. Ht. I'arU. O. U I'a.inr Houto .1. .' union, Ort'Kon. I .'jLi.jUiii. Houtc 4. sS3 lu-Houto 3. t I Mim Water Valley, Ky. II 1 Cabby. City. SI La n City II T - HERE'S TO YOU, DAD. Harry Harrett, of us tho followlnR Harry should take wo are unable to understand. Our knowledge of his former habits leads us to believe ho has changed somewhat. Hero Is tho clipping: "Wo hnppened In a homo tho other night, and over tho parlor door we saw the legend worked In letters of flnmltw; red. "What Is Home Without a Mother?" Across the room was another brief. "Clod Hless Our Homo" Now what's tho matter with "Ood Hless Our Dad." Ho gets up early, lights tho fire, bolls an egg, and wipes off tha duw of tho dawn with his boots whllo many n mother Is sleeping. Ho makea tho weekly handout for tho butcher, tha Krocer, tho milk man and baker, nnd his pllo Is badly worn before ho has been homo Our Rood friend I'ary. Oa., aenda clipping. Juat why to sueii literature nn hour. Is n noise If Is kicked In nnd made go down find tho kill htm. dad socks In and tho afterup ward. woll, It Hart Schaffner & Marx k .f s 3 . N I harm IMty. iu. Hoberta. City. Kullou. w il ' ck, City. ' t la onda. City. A"i I week. Oakland, Cal. IV:. r, City t it Aaa'in Ileuna Vlata, Tvnu. L V.a'son City. 3 I' WrlKbt. City. .0" VI 1 -- r'on. and other makes to you, we'll make more in your good will than we lose in the prices. We can afford to make a little investment in your good will at the expense of profits. I The clothes are worth full price, but-wWe can't tell during the night buy more clothes than just enough. there dad tho back to burglar stairs to and Mother darn tho socks what we're going to want, we want bought tho but the first in advance place, needles and yarn Mother does the fruit; dad bought all, and Jars and sugar more anyway, and here they are: cost tho mischief. e o U E Utii h x, K. C Houto 3. Tu iktld, Ilouto 3. R I'm 3ford. Houto 4. VIr At Sumuicm, Lo AnRelet. A : mason. City. I' l!oclmnan. City. ' Moor Hayvllle. Iji. It Kjvktndall. Scooba, MIhs. l I F.Ttum MeinphU. Tenn. thM M r Ntw Madrid. Mo. Joisa llaiklni, Oldtown, Ark. E 3 Vtill.ama, Houto 2. ' li raven, Houto 2. J 1 ! r.illex Terrlll, Tfnn. day dinner, carves them himself and draws the neck from tho ruins after everyone else Is served. "What Is Home Without a Mother?" Yes. that Is alright, but what Is homo without a father? Ten chances to one Its a boarding house, fnther Is under n slab, nnd tho landlady Is tho widow. Dad, here's to you you'vo got your faults you may hove lots of 'em but you're alright, and wo will miss you when you're gono." HAD NARROW ESCAPE. llko Dad buys tho chickens for tho Sun- H. S. & M. Suits and Overcoats, worth from 20.00 to 25.00, choice Suits and Overcoats worth from 16.50, choice 1 1 .... . 5-5- u 5.00 to I" Tiiomaa. Itoute 4. A J City. J f' MrKeen, Kulton. C Sfutbi City. m Italic Sony, Naahvlllo, 'S3 Anna Outten. City. Vnderitoii. ivwcil, city, T'nn. Mo. Charleaton, Dial TliHonvlHc, Tcnn. Jirj N p 1' 3 .Inn A Tvnor. n wpll known dent of tho vicinity of Dnyouvlllc, wlillo In tills city, Saturday, cume nenr losing his life. He waB run down by a locomotive In tho switch yards near tho depot. Tho guard on the engine struck Tyncr In tho back throwing him down nenr the rail, and before Engineer Mcthcny could stop his engine, tho wheels had passed over nnd cut out n large piece of the mnn's coat sleeve. Tvnnr 1II1I tint hnnr llin nnnronch of the train until he was hit by tho ri-s- l. Suits and Overcoats worth from 12.50 to . . 3.50, choice . IO.5O o bill. Clover growing. Instead of being a catch crop should bo side IsBue-- Kt 'Odds and ends Boys Clothing . 5 50 Hariieas. Ornnlto City III Houto 4. luderwood, Houto 1. lr ti Helm, City. f Miit . Bcearco. ' K Buwill Houto 4. Pulton. r.dnx. Houto 3. I Has Houto 4. ' 11 Honolulu, Hawaii. " Itojxr City, Houto 4. U N lU-.City. u. "., F ""bcrta. Clinton. ll,, Kr,a,, ''o'"1. .h Hi. C T,'om8,, HeldHVlllo.N.O. 8d Hain'jy II nry Jl K 1 pilot. 14 off Fortunately, he was worse scared thnu hurt, but will, doubtless, look meandering twice hereafter beforo down tho railroad truck. GIVEN HEARING MONDAY. Iliiimnll n ni.crfl. nutl Cat- vln Kelllson, a white man, who wcro arrested in tho bottom last week, on a charge of hog stealing, were given a hearing beforo Judge v. A. isuyior Monday. llotli were bound over to circuit court. Doud was fixed at $300, but neither being able to mauu a, tuey fltwirirn f The difference in the price respresents our desire not to carry over these winter goods until next fall. We offer you this difference to induce you to take the goods now. You'll realize what a big inducement it is when you see the goods. "" ' , 1 f.ter , city, ''J (5ail Houto 3. Kulton. llouto ' u. D I 1 lurlln, City, Davb Houto 4. Itradloy. Cairo, III. Hiilcombe. City. were sont to jail, bottom Jnko Plant, a farmer. Is the man from whom It Is alleged tho hogs wore stolen. well-to-d- o GONE TO . left Deputy Sheriff Mnmliiv for Kddrvllle. tnklnc With Mm linh Averuue. a negro who wus convicted In tho Kulton Circuit court 1 ',a""er. KlUrldKo. Tenn last week of murder and sentenced Uri T 1. '" Tcnn, ,u've. Ilootlio'n Point. to sorvo 21 years In tho penitentiary. Tim kllllnir occurred about eighteen months ago at Madrid Hend, tho re A"1111' lfcll'w, Howling Orecn. sult of a craps game, ana tno negro i killed wob known us "Bum." li?.rrc,t- Kluvamm. T..xay. r it Hob Goalder 0. it 1 1 ' "'aa. city. PEN. iw ,.v" V'8"' J'nyntMd, Ky. 1 uy. ui!'wr. City. Smith Si Amberg - 0 vVuke n Ql-- tvaiu, city. Wodrlt'K. City. Cheshire, of Nashville, was here a few- - days tills week, tno guest ot Mlaa Mabel Wilson. Itosa If tho effort and oxpenso were used to grow clover thnt Is wasted on alfalfa, there would be no failure. Listen! Mr. Wing. Mr. Lyon, Mr. Iloudebush, Mr. Walker, each and nil, tell us to put all of the year's crop of manure ami a ton or more ofllmo on a few acres ot tho best laud on tho farm. Shame on you, gentlemen. Just as well uso all tho money to educato ono child and turn the others Then sow to out on the commons. alfalfa and It the moon and tho sign Is right you will get a stand. That you must contlnuo their protective Infant tariff policy on this over-feand If the climate and soil condiyou can grow alftions are suitable alfa. Suppose you tako this year's supply of mauuro and spread it on 10 times as much poor land and uso tho same amount of labor and other oxpenso on 10 acres that you used on ono of tho alfalfa, what will be tho result? At tho end of 10 years you will havo made your whole farm rich and doubled Its value, while with alfalfa you will either have gono out of tho alfalfa busluess or bo rendy to go. 1 truly believe that red clover properly sown and cared for will cut as much, and as t'ood hay at one cutting as alfalfa will during tho whole season. In concluding a letter written to the author of these articles, Mr. Darker says: "I bollovo If wo would plow Just a llttlo deeper each time, and sundwltch some ot tho subsoil between the layers ot tho top soil, wo would have plenty ot lima to sweeten, and render available much latent plant food," Mr. Uarker Is u progressive farmer, and broad enough to eucourago tho upbuilding ot Kentucky and her agricultural luturosts. ono-tent- h d the leader. " THE HICKMAN "Csrtrs WMlira KtatMkr W. r COURIER LI THE BIGAMIST AND 5 OWE IK.) OF HIS WIVES LOCAL OPTION tts Dw" ply, and giving Mid city, where It owna the waterworks, the right to fur. nlah water to neighboring cities and towns. It Is an enabling act for New. wn oUNbtRRY Hoa Prev.d "His Say (Copjrlihl, a HPBKB and J. 0. SEXTON, Mitor and Proprietor). 1100 SENATE REFERS BILL iu MITTEE ON RELIGION AND MORALS, MEMBERS OF WHICH ARE HOSTILE port, APPROVES OF CANTRILL? Amendment Proposed to Shermsn La Has Indorsement of Russll- Th.y Ev.r 0r!w. garden or.,i . If. ,h, tmI, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAM IK ASTAHCI, Bound at U Hickman, Kentucky, peatofflce M second-clas- s mall matter. PARIS SEEMS DRKDB-PESTILEN- DOOMED DEATH KOLIi MOUNTS TO HUN. 8TALK8 CE Seine JCajr Brsak Bank and Flood City Realty Com-plstsly Loti $300,000,000. rn. ?he Selue i itill rhlng and raria, Ilka a doomed city, is holding Ha breath in terror. Half the city Is in darkness. In tho glooui galloping orderlies are lwnring instruction! which can no longer bo ent by telephone. The army of police, firemen and soldier give the appearance of a city fighting for iti Every minute Wing graver dangers. New areas ara being inundated, quay lire collapsing, yawning chasms appear in the streets. Tha water of the Seine lias invaded the entire labyrinth of underground Paris. It threatens ruin and destruction everywhere What new disasters will come to the city before the Seine begin U all 00 one can predict. Already at the damage is officially estimated mil$200,000,000, and every hour adds lions more. The catastrophe promises to exceed the limit of national disaster Tine death .and become international. roll is also growingy at a frightful rate, vnd when the epidemic which now inevitable breaks out, it will ran into the thousands. The authorities are facing the situang tion with brave heart and are bend Imtheir energies to the rescue of the prisoned and the suceor of th homeless. may The extent of the flood in Paris half be judged Ty the fact that about length of the quay within the city the into re under water, which is pouring labor-- r the atreets and thousands of mad and soldiers are working like hold to bnlld brick cement walls to office The fore.gn back the current. been and the Hotel I'alals d'Or..y have of abandoned, as the cellar are full Hotel and The Continental water. quarmany residences in the aristocratic being evacuated. There ter are rapidly subway stais ten feet of water In the tion in front of the Garo St. threatens and the sinking of the square buildings. to carry down the adjacent in the 2,000 persons imprisoned Alfort-vill- e The upper stories of their homes at with were "being rescued by soldier water-logged A Excepting R.ent Court Decision Hi Dlvld.d th That of Transportation. Railroad from All Indu.trl. Ufa. FIFTY MILLION ROYALTY COST OF WATERWAYS WOULD FAY THIS BUM rOK PLAN OF CONBKRVINO WATBR POWER 8UOOE3TKD. COAX PKIVILEOE8. On Xt of Balllnf.r Probe Startling Would Put Tar on Power FurnUhd to Coniumsr and Rtrict Propo.ltitm I icaa woum Construction ParmlU. Not $30,000 an Acts. Almost every .eetion of Washlnston. th country will And subject of local as well as general intersst In the prenm Inary report of the National Waterwaya Commission, submitted to Congress to-ar. This preliminary report recom mend., among other things, a general plan of conservation of water power, with th shaping of projects In the ngm of future needs of streams, resort to rather Federal and State legislation, than to unnecessary channel Improve ment merely to enforce reduction of rail' road freight rates, with inhibition, on the other hand, ot manipulation of suth rates to freeie out water competition, a uniform system of distribution of cost of waterway Improvement between red' eral. State and local governments, avoid' ance f multiplication of port, restric tion of dsm construction permits, inau- miration of such water projecta only a ran be completed within a reasonable time, a Federal tax on power lurnlsheu the consumers, reservation by the gov emment of power to alter or rejieal power rights. The commission holds that the led eral government has no proprietary right which or Interest In navhrable water would authorize the collection of tolls It believe that each consent to construct a dam should provide that the grantee, whenever necessary to subserve navigation Interests, must construct and fur nish power for a lock suited to the local ity and to probable traffic dsrelopments. for The most essential requirement as the rehabilitation of water traffic srrted to be the establishment of har monious relations batwsen railway a and water lines. In practically every case of water routes the boats are operated the report says, in connection and in harmony with railway lines. The com' mission believes transportation facilities will be still further promoted by com pelting joint rate, and prorating agree ment., through bill, of lading and physl cal connection between rail and wale agencies, separate wareliouso and ter minal systems for railroads and water ways being often a waste of capital. 1 Wsshlngton. A new and somewhat ensational factor appeared suddenly Tuesday to add to the intensity to th over the Alaskan coal land., on the eve Investigation. ef the Ballinger-Pincho- t John E. Ballalne, of SeattU, wid to be Ui largest Individual property owner in Alaska, made a proposition in writing to the senate committee on territories, offering to the government a royalty of fifty cent a ton on coal mined, for the lease of 30,000 acre of some of th choicest coal land, la Ala.ka, In the Katalla and Matanuska district.. Such a tonnage roraltr would net to the government, Mr. IUUaine claim., amount, a high a. $2,000,000 per hundred acres. ThU proposal contemplated a radical departure from past practice. In the covernment'a disposal of the Ala.kan eoal lands, and It come avowedly to do battle with any proposition embodied in a bill which his been prepared, but not yet introduced, designed to permit the sale or lease of such land, at a rsie 01 310 per acre. It I. aid that the General features ot the plan have the approval of officials hlch in the administration and of Influ ential members of both houses of con- cress, including aonie ot the prominent in.urgent's and Delegate Wickersham of Alaska. lreadr .ufflcientlr .xcited .Ituauon Uam, be ready for Introduction think It shortly. Tha number of lashes to be administer to a person found giillty BELLE SACRIFICES SKIN. or petit lsrceny ahall ot NATION WIDE BEEF PROBE be determined by thw trial Judge, but just who will be called upon to admin sonally. and Bar I.lf of Child Barnsd Almot Axmorxr ft Co., Neleon Morria Chairman Wither of tho committee Ister the whipping I have not yet U to Death. Swift in Combln. cldcl upon." named for that purpose presented Atlanta, Ga. In order to save the life The "family history" of the Chicago. report explaining tho delay In tho re of little Kstelle William., Mis Alberta the National Packing Company, revealed Lively, a beautiful ceipt ot the printed bills. aociety 8tate Bank Examiner. holding concern, was Wednesday and girl, allowed great .trips of .kin to be Another bill that may be Introduced the-- federalgrand jury to Compromise Agreed On. torn from her body and grafted on the &. Co., Swilt la ono providing for the appointment the relationship to Armour &. Co., was little girl. At a caucus of democrat senators It ot four Blato bank examiner. Thl Nelson Morris A Co. and Is understood that a tentatlvo agree Eatelle Williams was terribly burned, bill Is being prepared; by Dr. Icn U traced with genealogical accuracy. be a the Injuries refused to heal, and the stir ment was reached whereby the county Dinner, secretary of state, who ta beto The corporation was found to a com unit bill will bo referred die unless child ing assisted by others of bin office. the slock eon ,itWe unclesof and cousins yards,all wf.h geons decided thegraftedwouldthe burned promise committee, most probably the on the fresh skin wa in The bill will provide that the state parents, Judiciary. Tho aupoprtcrs of tho unit places. bank of Kentucky be examined twlco Lie packing concern. hill of both parties held n caucus ant! Packing Volunteers were callod for and Miss year, and that each of tho proposed genealogy of the National The approved such a plan. Whllo tho chair a grand jury lively, among others, offered. She was stato bank examiners shall receive apCompany was disclosed to the Is In man of the jndlclary commltteo treasproximately $:,000 a year. Including oy Charles C. Snow, secretary and fara-,1- ., chosen because of her abounding vitality cllned to favor the "wets" yet the tern traveling expense. Tho bill also will Mis Lively wa put on the operating urert-- of the concern, w!k know, it LEE pcranco people bellovo ho will be fair. table, chloroformed and enougn 01 iter ASK BAILEY TO DEFEND m ti lieirt- provldo that each stAto bank be o.v wj jjjr If. this program goes through It will . s In proportion to Its capital, Co... vn resnonse to a suo- - skin removed to cover tho burns of the temporarily, at least, end tho fight cwm1 to District little girl. The operation was entirely Texaa Senator Will Safer to VI r nnd undivided proflta, thl money ,,eim duces tecum, delivered and papers successful, the healthy skin of Miss which Is delating legislation In the ginian to Anawar Hsyburn. to bo used In covering tho uxpenso atAttorney Sims certain books Lively is healing the burns of the little - o- -Washington. From Texas and other senate. tached to the offlco of state bank exof the pacKing compaiij girl and Miss Lively is recovering, lloth Southern State Senator Joseph W aminer. rnment bad demanded. Miss Lively and the little girl are on ad Option Question Create Friction. ..." Hmt the depart There Is n hitch In the preparation Is receiving telegrams Inquiring . . joining cots in the hospital, and a great Italtey t After tho grcalor part of tho acnato - Investigating do vi iubmi if he intends to answer Senator Ueyburn session had expired without any cvl of tho bll, however. This has to Jhe relation, of the National Packing affection ha sprung up between tlicm of Idaho, who offered objection to the dence of friction ov;r the omnipre with who shall appoint tho four ntate. allied interest, with a A Carnegie medal will lm asked for Ml Company and ! it. . acceptance of the statute of den. Kobert sent county unit bill, tho storm broke bank examiners, provided tbo bill aiilfc to dissolve Lively. . enacted. K. Lee, which has been placed in btatu unexpectedly! gave on a motion to contlnuo tho aeaslon Fanners in Big Fight. It, when Judge Landi ary Hall of the capitol of the I nitei Indefinitely, made by Senator Combs. 1 with a .tl,t!nn instructions nr Fori Worth, Tex. The Texas farmer States as one of Virginia's contributions Governor Wants Pstronage. was followed by parliamentary view to criminal proceedings. the 1U11 of of the .... nf District At and cotton oil mills struggle. South are to Ily common Fume. Senator Ilalley This parleying on the part of both aide ,i Gov. Wlllson, It Is said, wants th Impulse, Farmer In a gigantic Involved on every poasl bill to provldo that the governor shall tomey Sims will be to produce witnesses discovered a secret attempt U being seems to be looked upon a th one t demands for live recapitulations of tho have tin naming ot the four state to explain 1 to the grand jury how which th Idaho bio motion, . ramnleti at the made to abolish the present Interstate administer the rebuke .it votes, tho changing ot votea and tilts bank examiners, whllo others aru of knowing the rate on cotton seed, which netted them senator has merited for his own displa over parliamentary rulings. (he opinion that this patronago vards. The buyers, bessle $25,000,000 last year. The present rate. of bitter sectional spirit toward tli For the first tlnw tho members got nhotild bo given to the secretary of probable rtemanu i?r are much lower tlian formerly and en South and the survivor of the Confcd porsonal, and Senator Katon, ot . : ....... dv us to the state. An argument In favor ot this Is j -- ale in the able Texan to concentrato their pro ercy. Senatorial courtesy enjoins Sena lioes. nave iriui rising to a question ot por- that with the oftlco of fctato bank ex number of animals awaiting tor llailey to defer his own feelings In common loint Tennessei duct, at a sonal prlvllcgo, said that ho thought aminer under the supervision of the pens ol the vnion rsiuin. and hold them there until the mills pay the premises to Senators Daniel and .Ms Hour-bocecretary of alate, tho need of creat ait Company. Virginia, both of whom are ex It was tlmo tho senator from the price demanded. Mill owners asked tin. of Mr. Thomas, and tha democrats ing a department of stato bank exam senate in reply to railroads for a secret hearing to abolish pected to address tho with him on tha option question, stop, TO FIGHT COTTON EXCHANGE the rate, and the farmer are preparing Senator lleyburn. Senator Itanlei lis ped tho assaults being mado on tho tner will be obviated. This, of course, would lerscn tho expenso attached to not been in the senate since the Christ for a big fight. tho office of state bank examiner. mas holidays, and the impression is tha tlmo of tho people nf tho commonUalon Pre.id.nt Say Con- A similar bill to tho ono which Is he ha devoted some of his time during wealth who sent them hero. Senator Farmer to Retaliate. his absence from the chamber to prep Thomas reapoildcd hotly and mado a being prepared by Dr. lien L. Ilruncr (Charles S point of order ngalnat Mr. Katon, The was Introduced during tho last tension Dwlght, Kans. W. I, Hwann, a live oration of a speech in answer to tl Atapologized. lUrrett of tlu Karmers' Union left ot tho legislature. It failed of passage Washington, where stock raiser, issued 10,000 circular letter Idaho senator. No man In the senate latter Tho unit supporters nttomptod to lanta Wcdncaday for to farmer, in Kansas, Iowa, Illinois and is more capuble of presenting a just pi principally, It aald, because of Uio n" to uireci lie tho hour of adjournment, but calling for delegates to hold a (len. Lee's privte and nbTlo- - agaln the New York Cotton Missouri, In Kansas City to retaliate tn re of Senator Daniel, who Ismilitary President Pro Tcm. Linn ruled them money panic on at that tlmo. A ma one o meeting life than jority of the bankers of Kentucky are Inslst-ojwciwukp- ot the surviving heroes against tho unions that have ,..i.il nroml , a meat boycott in that city. Instigated Northern Virginia. of the Army o out thatorder. Senator Thomug wrong, aald to favor Istho bill at this tlmo. m He will nwi ....h President Unn, was Kentucky ono ot bit threo states national leader of he and thu latter finally ndmttted thathu In tho union that hoa not a atato bank Tell Us What It Costs. Union from efry ..". was. An uppual was taken by Sena- examiner, It Is snld. Whisky Beats Song Writer. wl'n hH M ''The time lVddy Keluuiut, presiWashington. lucn mak- ...1... 1,1. t Detroit, Mich. Hugh Cannon, who tor Watklnn from ono oi tho rulings the of tho president, but tho lattor was. protUtatloii. of aympathy with u. dent of the national publicity law or- wrote "Coo floo Hyes," "Ain't That B adjourn Railroad Commission to Meet Feb. 3. ganization, former Senator William K. Shame," "Hill Ilalley'' and other clussie sustained. Finally a motion to on tl- -i lnfc,ultou. practice The flght was forced on and adjourn- will Kentucky Railroad Commission if meet at tho Cult house, Louta exclange must show th.lr faith Chandler und Kepri'sentativn Mrt'all of of ragtime, was sent to Kloise jioorhou was ordered. , My, them ment )ke before the house today at the ugo of 3d year. He told we Massachusetts liv work, ....... are k"'" There Is much bitter foellng ovor vlllc, February 3, 1910. to heuraugges .1,. tliis trip. committee) on election of president and the story of hi life In short, expressly tho option measure, and It has abso- tiona from shippers In regard to a codo of demurrago rule for Kentucky, "1 quit the coke easy," he lutely tied up legislation In tho senIn uprt of the McCall sentences. nrMlona J to dB...onstr.te t bill for the publication of roiigressliiiiaj said. "Fifteen day in tho jail cured m ate, as fifteen days nnvo passed and trough tho economic Injuria Jesso Westerganrd, the giant Danand expense. Mr. lieluiont declared I'reil-de- of that. I hit the pipe In New York for not a slnglo bill hss boen sent to a Nw York Cotton Kxchange, Ish wrestler from Den Moines, has reTafl, In lii speech of acceptance u year, mid stopped that. I went up committee. "d Wt fioutU Vn ruorpmno habit, and quit Nagel Introduced a bill ceived a request from Jack Johnson Senator .viinm, or an- - of hi nomination, had said he would nuulnst the to assist In his training for hit contest election. urge such a III) to Congress us u mttional but booze, red, oily booie that' got amondlng the charter of second-clasme for keep." tlUcs with reference to ttio water sup with Jim Jeffries on July 4. lav. boatf. erner reported that the acting cxecu tlvo had sent his respect to the mem bers of the house. Secretary Todd, on behalf of tho acting executive, Invited the members to call on the latter, per. wife-beatin- g O aur-plu- Hiwscll man xplalned tho resolution and stated Law Re. Flrat Scrap Over Do. Tax it u n. that the federal amendment referred :r,r.?.."00,e.Tr. delicious pie berry he ault. When BUI I Offered in ou to looked to the protection of laborers and a marvelous crooner by Representative Welch Repealing who combine to protect their Inter A Director ot the .. .u the Act. ests cither In the field or In tho city. tural Kxperlment Btatlon especial reference, ho asld, to abundantly even tn pure It has Kt. tho protection of the tobacco growers short season ot agslnst the trusts. The resolution It I a godsend, and Tho county unit local option cxtcnlion hill, probably tho moat Important calls on the senators and representa frot ha killed most g.rden tmcL D H. Hall, Wichita. Ksn, hill to come beforo tho present legU- - tives from Kentucky to support the lturp. and by tho paaaago of which amendment. Mr Zimmerman, In sec. People grew It there last eiso0 il Its frlcnda hopo to extend prohibition ondlng tho resolution, spoke at con- - perfect satisfaction. K. B. Knochs, Uammond, In' the atatp, received what probably tderablo length In favor of It. He will prove n death bww In the acnato said tho Hurley society icok only tho It yields 1250 worth p, when President Pro Tcm. Unn re- maintenance of fair prices. Mr. Creco. aero with him. Mrs, J Attdfng thu resolution, re ferred the bill to tho committee on lies, in enough berries on a srsce sorted to verse. religion and moral. Member of thl liio Mr. Duffy, of Ilsrrlson, said that ho to supply herself and ftltndi sommlttco nrc oppo.od to the bill and J. P. Swallow, Kenton, Ohio' will report unfavorably on It. It U be- - believed thrsn speaking In favor of sin p. the resolution did not have the proper equal for all purpott. doe. not nut UeveJ. If thli happen, a Iter. II. rote will be required to bring the bill conception of the constitution. He Cat, ayg H, Sheldon. P.dflc 0Wf he likes the terries icntd before the enate, and friend of tho said Justice requires that the Sher bill admit they can not control o man anti trust taw ehould stand ns It iu hj una every way W. T. Davis, Rnon, Va, sxji It It Ho said ho did Is or be repealed. large a majority- favor tho bill. not favor legislation for any certain true to description In every wit, itrf The bouse class, farmer or otherwise. There fruits In three months from seed Judge Morrow, of V a Qr'mi should be no discrimination In tsvor Flaht on Dog Tax Law. Court, says the Wonderlerry ii itajir "The flrt crap over the dog tax law of Isborers, farmers, rich men or sny viuuui Tmw or COOKCu, developed when Mr. Welch Introduced one else. Mr. Child, exhibited one tti.ttti Mr. Duffy sakedr "Do yoti want to month bouao of representative bill In the old bearing J"5 It rrlnd the constim-- r between two hlch meaaurtd about eight Urrir. repealing thl law and asked that ..aim. Co. atfl go to tho committee on Kentucky trust, tho American Tobacco wra. mine Vincent, Hajsta, Nit Col. Chlnn objected and the Hurley society!" tatute Mexico, aaya It aland th low. kM Mr. Zimmerman axaln apoke and droughts ot said that theo bill heretofore bad that cllrast it4 frclu are only atd tho tobacco grower gone to the committee on agrlculluro aounaantiy all summer go to the seeking the rights gursnteed them by Mr Welch moved that It It I certainly the most utMiCjrr ICenlucky statute committee. 0. W. the constitution an, by Ood. Mr, garden fruit and the greatest Nouitr Rcld seconded the motion. Speeches Owing, of Jefferson, said that the ever Introduced. were raado pro and con, a to the olutlon has the democratic ring, lie Mr. merit of the doe tax. On a Tlva roce concurred In the msolutlon. S.vlng Tim. vote the bill wa sent to tho commit' Uckey, of Trigg, aaH he hall from The family waa to leave on ttc tt years ago, o'clock train from II road street ititloa, Iho black patch, where, four tee on agriculture. the farmers were struggling to tlvo. so the mother was all in a Earn u she hurried the children 1b s ctrtits A stir wa caused by a report that The growers organised for protection, a resolution was being prepared call hm - M. and since then they have prat.. West Philadelphia home. w "Now, children, get everything reilr ing on the acting governor to pardon pered. Tho resolution waa adopted before luncheon." she said. "Don't Henry Youtsey. aertlng a life term for amid cheers. leave everything until the tut the murder of William Ooebel. Tho adjournment of the home, It Is said, For Whipping Past. And the children said they voultst prevented the Introduction ot the rce Among the unique bills likely to b Luncheon ended, they hurried tsto olutlon. Speaker WIIcn, who had been ab nreaentrd In the house Is ono estab- tnelr wrap and started. In lb. lii shlnc the whippingpost in riemucay, the mother aald; sent for several days, called the bouse Kob "Udward, you didn't truth jm to order. Much comment was caused Tbla bill Is to be Introduced by by the fact that a democratic govern ert U HarrU, representative from tha teeth." "Yea, ma'am. I did." or. president of the senate and speak Klchlh and Ninth wards. Louisville. "Hut you couldn't, she sail, "jw "The bill will provide that tbta wnl cr ot tho house were in charge or didn't have time. Why you hut ret these offices, respectively. In the state of punishment shall bo rneteo. out to jp from the table," r and persons fouud guilty houie, for the first time In two years "I know that," said Edward, "botwe jChalrroan Wasifoner of a commit of petit larceny," he aald. a "I have not were In such a hurry I bruiard ttta "ul on the acting gov oulte perfected the bill leu named to call before I ate." Philadelphia TIbm. 1111 frulto l Luther John Uwl. or Floral i.ark VT" In tho house Mr, It'issell Introduced "cwsraan proved a grct ,UCC011 .."nUs a resolution expressing approval ot country. Thousand, " tho amendment to tho Sherman anti- to tho best thing trust law as Introduced by CongreM Mr. John Hurrouch. m Campbell CantrUI. Mr. mmelou. The Wondcrberry or ChUd..VrJ' fc thce''l N. v-- emuH F:icroT .fffi ..i '7u fi.r?.?? ..,. u ,?.nu two-thir- re. sis-ute- wlfc-beate- President Tsft on DliconttnL President Taft. In en ef his Irrnsea to the farmers of Flortsce, C, told a story about dlicontroL "No man." he said, "can really .N. e- - loratand chronic discontent after sir ing eaten one of those famous content does, bon ever, exist Nc and then wo find a case cr two farmers when the weather goes rot. "Ah. ve. JoeDb. you hive us tews of North Carolina, caroaic iat fxra-o-r. to coroplaln, a lawyer wld t s The harvfst baa been my U4. reno doubt of thaL Hut you issaw ti. member that lVovldcnce care far pro and oven the bird of the air ars vided for.1 " 'Ye. said the ulseonieaiea wis my pouti. er, so tbey are-- off Washington Post. - ii;..i ln 1 The Rullno Pmlon. An old Irishwoman, In dfIW gone but not forgotten." sail n .. ..i.Im . J was too roine man emu... -- -- Its for OJ be living now. It It a.nt dhrlnk. Ho had a dog and .are baste would bring him tome whin ho was so MM liquor ho couldn't see a trJ him. And whin he died . .i,n.i vftlltf frth. MM night, both back and tho saloon nnd his hou.e-a- ni 'twas so dhrunk his uok -- fWf" roll-call- s INSOMNIA . ... Ls.d. to Madness. If net Time. saUsllcd Rem.dled is f ago." writes a Topc "thai coffi the d.rcctauo,J. Insomnia from which Mrm rlbly, na well as tho eilicmt "Experiments me nea. and acute dy.pepsu w life a most painful thin a coffee diUier "I had been .c 1 ,,t 1 - childhood, and did not We tof do nsm that tho boveragowas the harm. But It was. and he , MP when I had to face tha gave up co tectmyslf. I there ore aw abruptly and absolutely, t as my hot dr postmn improvem" cJ "I began to nolo d. condition very soon after Sttsrof Postum. Tho It as a uaUy. butsurcly. and only a few llw. self entirely passed away, my was restored to I began to alcP. "Those bappy "uvfv"i,fa-cfci. restfW " r t Z roll-oul- c w tlnued during all oflho am safe In neB tlroly to VMtw. to I ceased to " drink It Read tho llttlo ; wd I W. W.ea WollvllWln pk6. '3,8nei", ?mi ta dlt. ,,. 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If tho forming of tho ninny socio-ti- n In which membership la baaed - Ihsn half hidden blta of American hlitory too Interesting to be lost For the either lo sight or memory. lut fe yearn the genealogy depart library of the Congressional ment KRd of tho reference libraries nil over lh country haro bctm moro populnr than any other with the masses Thero are rooms In tho buildings. gatbrrrd dally throngs composed to tbt flrcslxths part of women studying away for dear life In the endeavor to find trace of some ancestor who Urltlsh iw tho whites of tho Cowpena eyes at In tho Hunker hill or at the larollnas. Tbo discoveries inado by these dolr- - century or so apo serves 1' in other purpose. It at least la the r.rnna of bringing to light somo more II I 'kTvJrfaVjMBamr N4 . . II ', 1f,MiVr X , JJ '.aassssssTMilsssW.. f f alsY aW .BBBT assesses WfJkWr . " rrJiVr J "I iM ... ii tMT . 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This Is tho midnight scroll and that upon it may appear a smnll tracing In letters of light is a matter of Interest, though It may do nothing toward tho redeeming of a name. It wns a Daughter of the Revolution. Mrs. Gilbert W. Wnrren of Illon. N. V., who brought nttontlon to n wcll-nlgforgotten fragment of Arnold's history. Mrs. Warren, who dlod recently, was n doscendnnt of Col. William Lcdyard, who was killed with hla own sword nftcr ho had surrendered It to nn ofllcer serving under Arnold. Nnturally Mrs. Warron would not bo moved by any hereditary love for Arnold to start her digging up nlco things about him. It happens, however, that Mrs. Wan rcn's husband, who survives her. Is collaterally descended from Gen. Joseph Warren, who fell at Dunker hill. This fact led to the discovery of something which was used as a sort of bfleet to Arnold's treatment of the unlucky Americans who met his forces along tho banks of tho Connecticut Thames. den. Arnold had met Gen. Wnrrcn In tho early spring of 1775 and had formed a strong personal liking for him. When Warren wns killed It wns found thot ho bad loft no means for tho support and education of his four children. Arnold became deeply Interested in tho matter nnd brought the children's condition to tho attention of the. continental congress, which promised to do someover tbo thing for the llttlo ones, but mntter. Arnold hnd an Idea that tho congress might not net quickly and bo ho wrote n letter of tender sollcltudo to Mercy Bchollay, who was caring for the Warren children, their mother having died somo tlmo before. In this letter Arnold, nearly Impoverished himself, sent an order for $500 with Instructions that ho should be drawn upon for moro as soon as It was needed. This contribution of tho traitor saved Klizabetb, Joseph, JJary nnd Jtlchard Warren from destitution. Arnold was not satisfied with this, but he wrote spurring letters to Sam Adams and John Hancock, of tbo committee which had tho proposed congressional appropriation In hand. Then bo sent home some money and said: "Send HIch-arwho is now old enough to the best school that can bo found, clothe htm handsomely, give him all that ho needs nnd call upon mo for any dilly-dallie- d Tho companies rcr heavily Insured. fused to pny, openly charging that either Arnold or his son had acted Tbo case went Into tho Incendiary. tho courts and the Insurance; companies finally paid. Arnold pocketed the money and left tho. town, the occasion of his leaving belnp mado ono of tremendous rejoicing by the Inhabitants throughout nil the land. It will be Interesting to nolo whether In tho new chapel which Is being erected at West Point tho name of Gen. William Hull will appear on tho wall with tho names of other officers who served In tho land forces of the United States during the second war with Great llrltaln. pen. Hull surren dered Detroit to the English and aft for do- erward was Inc It. Tho Society of the War of 1812. It Is understood,, will have charge of tho work of placing the tablets Jn West Point's new chnpcl. Tho offl cere' names, llko the names of those officers who served In the revolutionary war and which have a place on the walls of tho old chapel, probably will appear in letters or gom upon u oiacit oasis School histories as a rule, In giving an account of tho Detroit surronder. state simply that Gen The fact Hull's action was considered cowardly. that he was tried and sentenced to bo shot for cowardice Is generally omitted. Hull was ordered to go to his Massachusetts homo and there await the execution of his sentence. Old age "executed" afterwards. It Is probable that him many-yearthe commemorating society will content Itself with simply omitting Hull's name from Its list, by which Hull's conduct, characterized as cowardly by a competent court, could bp mado to stand as a warning tp nil .tno generations oi young soiuiers. court-martiales derstand that they did not like his company. They hanged him In effigy onco or twice, taking caro that the effigy bore tho word "Traitor" In large letters. Ono night Arnold's placo of business burned. Jt was Telephone 6. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED (Successor to B. 1S5& TOM DILLON, Sr., Pro C Ramsg-e- , d.osa tu) riarble and Granite flonu men is CURDINO. HICKMAN, STONB i i WORK t at. H kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFPICE3: Hlokman, Kj Cowglirs ruf store. Union City, Tnn. In C. R A. bulldlug. Tonsorial Parlors Best In Hickman. Hot and ceU bths elcotrio lights and fans, hydraulic chairs and ererythlaf for oomfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafa. depict Into family histories, It put Into a volume, form a valunblo nddltlon to tho graver records of a government. Soma matters touch, lug Ilenedlct Arnold, which wcro pcrhnpa well sough known n century ago. but which hnvo 'psid Into forgctfulncss, wero found not long Uo by n "revolutionary daughter" who for ccr-Jreasons was trying to llud something to lighten llonedlct'a black history. When It Is onco'sald with truth that n mnn la traitor to his country tho damnation la deep nough to keep his contemporaries and n follow-igeneration or two from any attempt to Ilnd "Jtblng that might redeem tho traitor's soul rroai utter blackness. Ilenedlct Arnold's name Is Molted out of t,o revolutionary roll of honor on walls of tho chapel nt West Point. On some fe monuments and on many n page of history Arnold s notno appear, but nowharo may It bo aoen eparated from tho title "traitor." The Kngllsh, who wero to have profited by Arnold's treason, hated tho traitor after be bad Joined their ranks, llrltlsh olllcers would hold 00 fellowship with him d and his memory Is In Kngland Tho llrltlsh loyalists no left the colonics . nt tho outbreak of tho war and went their wny Into New ruiwlck showed Arnold when ho nftorward "t. ,0 dwell among them that they held him In nothing short of loathing. Arnold has been Ilk-a- d unto Nero and Nro has gained by tho comparison, Nero merely fiddled as Homo went up w flames, whllo Arnold Is pictured na smiling J:"'tanly at the burning under his order of his oirttipiaco and at tho subsequent putting of many 1 ,he surrendered Amerlcuns to tho sword. It I told that when Now Loudon nud Qroton ere attacked und burned Arnold, comniandlug jne attacking forces, had no word of reproof for r wno' upou receiving tbo sword of Col. wm? """am Lcdyard, the Amerlcnn commander, Id, "f ,,n tB0 urrender, murdered the coloulal soldier weapon which bo bad presented bllt on ould m n exo-we- its How much food for thought may bo found In one of tbo letters of lienodlct Arnold, traitor, written to Miss Schollay just before his treason. IIo had sont moro money and had congratulated tho children on the prospect that tho money from congress would be speedily forthcoming. "A country," snld Arnold, "should bo ever grateful to the patriot who lays down his life In Its defense. 'Greater lovo bath no man than this,'" What surging thought must havo whelmed this man's brain as he wrote these words. That letter was received Just at tbo time that Arnold future expense." Occupying a considerable part of tho wall space of tho beautiful old West Point place of worship thero are already many black marble memorials bearing the names of all the general officers of the revolutionary war from Arteiuus Ward of Con necticut to Georgo Washington of Virginia. Upon ono of these tablets tho cadets as thoy file In on Sunday see something which tells better than the eloquence of the black words of trurapet-tongucIgnominy which attaches to tho name of a traitor, On one of tho slabs occupying a place between two honored names thero appears a black blot. Above and below It show tho tips of gold letters. Enough of the lettering Is visible to let the observer know after a moment's study that which It A black block la Intended In tho main to conceal. of marble sot In transversely across tho golden capitals blots out forover from the roll of honor tho name of Benedict Arnold, traitor. Touching on the treason of Benedict Arnold, story which had for the there Is a scsno of Its action tbo four years of tho war of secession. In responso to tho first call of Abraham Lincoln for trOOps a young man appeared at a Detroit recruiting offico and enlisted. He went to the fmnt and In tho courso of six months was mado a commissioned officer. Ho was of a retiring disposition, always courteous to bis fellow officers and Just to his men, but ho sought no close friendships. He was noted throughout the command as a man whOse devotion to duty nmountcd to a passion. He onco sought and secured a change in command In ordor to hnvo a more frequent hand In the heavy lighting. This soldier rose to tho rank of a major. He was offered at ono time a colonelcy. Ho declined. Ho fought In every battle of tho later Hlchmoud campaign and was in at tho end at Appomattox. Tho major headed bis battalllon In tho great parade of the returning victors up Pennsylvania avenue Then there came the Una' mustering out of tho troops. Less than n month afterward the colonel of a fighting regiment received a letter bearing a Toronto postmark) "I served all through the war under nn assumed name. I trust that I did my full duty. I wish you to know that I did what I did lu order that I might In some way tnako atonement for the deed of ono of uiy family. Sir, I am a Canadian by birth and toy uauis U John Benedict Arnold." little-known 0r iHsli Book Store SpUndld Selection . LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reason ible prices. If you havo real estate for ale. lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: .. New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Ctdl and see our stock. Ersrythlng up'to-dai- Hickman Courier Realty Of Hickman. Kentucky. MarvBerondes&Gamoany I Let Us Be Your Waiter 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 icrvice com back for a second serving. Our prices are tht 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 samplea. JOB PRINTING H We caa do the flaeat class of prlntiai, and ' Utf chaiMr tkan the other fellow. Weddinf Inriutloo. St.Vh r"1?..?."1.'8""-- . "Pagan, cards, .to, all Mm Utter seem, n.ce-aa- rr. IWpt7llv.rr3we7a X uf trtaiaZt P 1 ALL H' SORTSiM I' l"l M' l"t"M"l' M"t'-- I' t 'l"M"l' It. IJ. Sccnrco wns horo from Cnyco, Monday, on business. See our now lino of ladles Skirts, llaltzer & Dodds D. O. Co., Incorpont cd. nov. C. L. Prlco, of tho Episcopal church nt Fulton, wns In this city Saturday. Telephone your grocery order to No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods delivered. Black Vollo Skirts. JC.CO to 113.60. Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co., Incorporated. A. S. Darkott, of West Hickman, pays tho highest market prlco for all kinds of furs. Head the Courier's special January subscription offer. Two papers for ONE DOLUA.ll. Triplicate Sales OF ELLISON BROS. at SALE PRICES In order to make it the more interesting we have secured more Mill Remnants of specially good things in seasonable The Great I I m Hon, .J "Mill -- nl HOT the Courier. DIUNKS-Cowm,., Tblr.,T IIKO 1, whu m 4BCUoy.Iyc0,U.rt041 n!H..kmiMt Hot Drlnki of ill kin,!. ., Drue Store. Krnwit Newton iHumlny nfterwot Kminotte Owi na Sunday aftemoo, Bain HnlHMtii from Union 0im wwek, .. f .. n.jf 4 List rour real estate with tho Courier. It wo don't sell It, it doesn't cost you a cent. Purity, accuracy and prompt servlc is the motto of our drug department. Hickman Drue Co. White 1'lymouth Itock eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-nell- . 33tfc. Hickman. Houte 3. We want all the local news. If you cannot see a reporter, call No. 1 Cumberland or Home phono. FOR SALE. See A. 12. Kennedy for insurance of all kinds hire, Life. Accident, m Kooa. responsible old line companies. George McDade, aged 20, died laat Tuur&uay morning ut 11 o'clock at ultou ills liouie lire miles east of ou the Statu Line ltoad. Will continue another week with ADDED ATTRACTIONS nrHtr . 3 in i a V.J tin Cowm-Dm Stort placo you can set IlHO li Horn to I hi:f I Jail. 27, n ten turn, .1 T u, I Mm. It. II n..i Oayc lioiiiiiR M r..ltlr.....l ...... ....... .m. a. a ...(. h 3 fabrics, and' them at the same low prices we have been making all through this sale. il ... l .. C c:.,, i . i. '. i... . I will Mill lVlvIrr l.f finiiiiiK ami TV:- -. ...I t 'I' f -- Horn on Hundiv r . tu lliu wife of Wii I'i- -- r - 4 theft of au egg laid by u uuu tti scramou, i'a., is causing uiiuosi as uueu uJLCltvmuut lu tan utaiu as tae stealing of iu,uuu,uuu u ibo Uepuuilcaus m the new cupltoi ui.ii u lew .years ago. Xiiu Senator Uradley, itupubllcuu, lu a tspeecu ou uie lloor of the Umtcu Slates Senate Uie other day, ataUU mat the oppression of the trust was ulgUi-riuliig e luut responsible lor Uie occurred m Kentucky. 1'osslble candidates for the Demo-cranuuuiinuuou tor congress in Uie First ulsirict, are alreaay begiuuiug to lest Uiu uritt of tuu political winus tney ore counting, ot course, on Uliio James going a step Mghcr next tln-e- . At a conlcrence held Thursday at aauiugion, 1'ostmaster Ueu. Hltcn- cock uuu 1'osUuaster JTauk fisher, of J. T. 1'aducau, deciUeu to btepbens as postmaster at Hickman mis, however, is not official, but the appointment is due to be made this or next week. The remains of Artnur Uoebel were brought back to Frankfort and laid beslae thobu ot his brother In the beautiful Frankfort cemetery, overlooking the Kentucky river. It is well Indeed that theso two bribers who in life were so closely bound by love which passeth all understand ing, should in death, sleep their long sleep together. A decree granting Mrs. Henry Yout sey an absolute divorce from her hus band, Henry Youtsey, serving a mo sentence In the penitentiary for com plicity In the murder of Wm. Coebel, was entered in the circuit court at Frankfort, Thursday. Mrs. Youtsey restored to her maiden name, Sarah C. French. Mrs. Youtsey stuck to Youtsoy for years after ho was charg cd with complicity in th plot to kill William Goebel and she worked bard to get a parole for htm. After she found ho could not get a parolo and probably would have to spend his last days In tho penitentiary, she brought suit for divorce. White Figured Mercerized Waistings, that never sold less than 25c, Yard Wide Percales, sell everywhere at 1 -- zc, . . . . 5c Long Cloth, 50c Butcher Linen, 60c White Dress Linen, . 5c Cross Bar Muslin, 2 -- 2c Bleached Linen Crash, 1 Mill Remnant Sale J... J. Vi. Ill - IHIIUnrd. "HI ' 1 1 1 ..... 1 MIm Armit day from a vlmt m IburK. Toim. (ue j f Mill 1 for IxillllEtfHI lt Inlti'iid tho Slfli. Mn. 2. T M. homo lu Umut fan, h a; tfll 3l Kf U'. ! rt lihorl vim pnt to C. I.. lo J! a H T V. t Walk, f 1kii,i,. ( v L a ttnil l.::iifUl Luitsl fh-- Veil It. II. Ukr . rrniaroHi, Flu 1 Besides these we have quantities of other items, all just as good, but which cannot be mentioned in this space. IS Co. -- FINAL giving away the goods, $1.00 $1.50 25c WIND-U- P Look at these: SALE I etc Two boil ihow cf i fjii th. I rack and Tbli li tho tas: ' c;rfiy tA played "Vr. Jrkji i:d Mr Hjf Y Who'a llrown i: Q'l 19-- iriKtrdl trn The prices we are making in closing out our Dry Goods Department are simply remarkable. Such bargains were never before offered. We are almost for Mens and Boys Coats, from 12.00 and 15.00 Suits. for pick of Boys' Knee Suits, with straight pants. Some sold as high as 6.00. for any pair of Boys' Knee Pants, with straight bottoms. Takes in 1. 00 pants, buys Men's 3.00 Hats, soft and stiff. buys Men's 2.00 Hats. choice of Misses' Long Cloaks. vliltlHC Mlf U j izi V wjI Drown forinifa I day tt .,ra to villi u day a before trrtaot rit Mlu tjiurn id' .3tuV-- J llcrnle. Mo. nn 1 ijl 1 iln. G. H liar ;. nteht for hrr L r attor a tvo nunr.a cnU, 8am I'arn. r s liter. Mn V. j 0. - Walker r A lot of Pet', high prloei of t rjc I- UztA j:- ;s'-ul- v tj tejr a lil i:iX- - -- rirlttSl SJ lil $1.50 $1.00 $1.50 $2.50 $1.50 $2.98 publloam to i ' hlith tnrlff pol' kIIm iioxt fan a i rrionillilr for " $1.50 buy These were sold at 6.50 and 7.50. , '. Alx. Smith i f waa lioro Mombv 3 ! Lritl c.w i for Misses' Ruincoats, worth 2.50. for Ladies' 10.00 Cravenettcs. 4, . REMARKABLE VALUE GIVING IN SHOES for Ladies' 2.00 Shoes. for Ladies' finest quality Shoes. $2.00 for Men's high grade Gun Metal Shoes, $3.50 for our Men's 5.00 Shoes, strictly up-to-dat- e. worth 3.00 W' r- from I). II J J"",! row 3. Julian fl-i- ' d Hoy McNeill f"3 1 Wl 1 Jiono. For ibis i total of I1.61C On Thumdir rvr' "iK cf W Mr. am! Mra ( 'f:ri tallied a few fro U t! Bcot w Aiiin - 98c for Children's 1 .50 Shoes. were thruUl t.-r.ilirlltt nut crontn and ial ,,l.r,f,!i Tho Kueiti .r. MT - taW a rnr.5 ' " C cf Slogans tab8 ft,! 7v'!;l ' Mr. ami Mr II K I rt-i- V Mr.' lr. A H f CO 8cMi:.k" N ' FREE You Should Sec Our Window Display of high grade, first quality, not seconds, BLUE AND WHITE ENAMELED W-BO-Ul Dewing Machine runs lighter than any other. lasts longer than any other. WARE 3.3.5S&4.5IWM BOYS SH0E5, tab FREE is more beautiful than any other. At just about HALF PRtCE for the SATURDAY SELLING. TutquoUe Blue outside, White Lined inside. 50 Cent Articles for tiPFREE has less vibration 14 25c inch large Dish Pans. 0 quart Pails. 6 quart Stew Pans. 13 inch Wash Pans. 6 quart Milk Pans 6 quart Pudding Pans 5 quart Stew Kettles. 3 qt. Covered Buckets. 5 qt. Cov Berlin Kettles. 3 quart Coffee Pots. 1 than any other. tFREE to is easier tsbFREE makes operate than any other. w THE ni- - LARGEST urin rinc ur wtno rllir "I ... . MMBL onuw ' CUflCC IN . .., t HC a more perfect etitch than any other. com- And a houseful of Special Items at III pid h.Ml", old.' iup.rlor loill orn n miprmoil TO OTHI" naullll .1 t,t "li ,i,M", J0 k kM,f? "'" tFREE of all is the best bined in one. If I could Uie XwWoffj,,,! Brocklon, V. bow carefully lorie. t '.P'j, i- W.1",, tkJ ig FREE SEWING WACHINt CO. ILLINOIS CHICAGO ll jm FOR SALE BY Furniture Co... ELLISON BROTHERS IMir imp. T ire ol reiierT.. U M,.' Mni4 wi ll Wft fcJ .at JiSl t lion a thli THE HieKMHN (COURIER. Tha Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. A BLUE MARK MKRK mean Mint roar expire crlptton b ltenew promptlr If res want the poper to come to roa utter thli month tie Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill at Success, . - run nt Crease the Ixles of Your Uagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE '.r. NO. 5H iv WESTERN KENTDOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1010. EBTABLIBHED IN THE TEAR H0.34H.I 1HM Will be Opened Next Tuesday COAL FOR The mines CASH Every One Who Comes to Helm & Ellison's ! for .their Drug Wants is taking the straight road to drug store satisfaction There is a sign that will help you point out the way and keep you on the right track in Drug Buying. Thousands and thousands were guided by it in 1909 nnd 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-yo- u to join the procession for -- have advanced the price on coal 25 cents per ton, which, at a rule, would necessitate our making the same advance in price but we have decided to give our patrons the advantage of this advance, maintaining the per ton for Bon Air provisor that cash must aca company the order or the coal sent C. O. D. same price of Lump Coal, with ASK $4.50 FOR CREDIT. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE. Carnegie Library, Hickman, Ky. showing that receipts amounted to $2,005 Of this amount $1,121.80 has been spent for books, leaving a balance on hand of $88.1.20. This will bo used for purchasing other books, magazines, etc. Very few towns the slzo of Hick man can boast of such a magnificent library, and nil nro certainly grateful to Mr. Carnegie for tho $10,000 build Ing; also to Gen. H. A. Tylor for a donation of $1,000 to tho book fund. Other public spirited citizens of tho town hnvo also given llborally. This Is a public library all aro entitled to read tho books contained In It. For information ns to rules gov erning same, apply to MIsh I.oulso Atwood, tho librarian. KMAN ICE & COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED loio- - w fur o 1 II r i. U quite u hubbub illckuiun lurry .a by several Ml not , ilc service I aim mat tuo uu u cstubluu u , .. j ; bit furry, wo havo vt.Ui tnu present & 1.. ., l.- - i. Lttt i i it j work mulite ranplnv fmm Ihr.. in aalo. a..o.cL'. that this U1U0 eight years old, fornrnr.. Alio a fow Will saII . l. txforu a final dls- - horaea and irrvtrl -ti u juo. uryaui. either for caih or credit with good note. J. F. & 8. L. Oodda Co. dally a,i'.tare patron dc-of:. is, making a Tlio beat ahow of tho season. Fob, , j k preparing to 18 and 19 tho Frank Dudley Stock a soon Co. This Is the- same company that . j fcoaU cau bo bUllL played "Dr. Jckyl and Mr. Hydo," .1 m to bo hoped that "Who's Ilrown," "Aro You an Elk," , i up again 11 will etc. ...... . ...in wo ail parties concern DEAFNESS CANNOT DE CURED li.i-sclf . u by the city the terry mean stanupolui to many year rir or lei com-:- . uiru service culuil- 3 and ottiur uuplcaa- - Kirk. Hut wo of who bun that It shoula , pal regulation it u We nro authorized to announce to tho public that tho Cnrnt-KlLibrary In this rlly will be open lo the pub' lie on and nfter next Tutwday nflcr-noofrom 1 to 4 o'clock. MARRIAGE LICENSE. I'rof. Cubby, who has labored earnThe following were granted llcoiino estly for tho establishment of this Inlo marry In Obion county lant week: stitution, Informs us that tho library now contains a splendid assortment Klbert lleevea and Callle Hay. of books, something over 3,000 volT. i Williams and Olllo Kemp. umes, embracing everything from the J. It. Wright and Mamlo Young. most serious history to the lightest U. Coleman and .Myrtlo Ilnrker. J. A commltteo composed fiction. of Van' .Marihall and Vera Townacnd. Mrs. Maggie Handle, Mrs. It. M. 1'hllllj) Ooodwln and I.llllan McCuan Mrs. C. C. Smith, Miss I.ltd KarU A. I., (larth and Margaret Johunon. and I'rof. Gabby, selected the books. Kd Ithnnde and Nannln Cawlhorno. A financial statement of tho library Cugeno Holt nnd .Mr. Olllo Sluf-fo- r fund was furnished us by Clarence Heed, Cashier of the Hickman Dank, m. I. Kennlcon and llumettn I.. Tliv mer. Is-lo- HELM TRAVESTEAD & ELLISON LADY HAMMELL. FELL DEAD. ii MULES I MULES I fnnouureinmt We are fortunate in being able to offer for your inspection the new Spring and Summer line of j i jut - . .t.. i bling sound or Imperfect bearing and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result, and unless tho ltdlfl.ll I'IIh Olntmnnf will can bo taken out and this tubo restored to its normnl condition, will bo destroyed forovcr; l&e tumori, allaya Itching hearing nlno case out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an In.... . I flamed condition of tho mucous surWo will gtvo Ono Hundred iur i iici ana itcnmg 01 faces. for any caao of Deafness uy Me uflv( Dollars wwet by catarrh) that cannot bo 4 (1 Williams' Mfg. Co., (caused cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure! Send VMnft. ni,in for circulars freo. r. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. o Bold by druggists, 7Cc. .J JVUID UUU U Take Hall's Family Pills for consti t uuom si years pation. r.:u-t their homo lu PILES! to. mat amnio tit will bo provided; by local applications, as they cannot car. reach diseased - -- u Vi Hi bo devised to Thero tho only ono portlotl of tho deaf- way lo euro Is i calli from tho -- at reasonable rate nefts. and that Is by constitutional i .ie will bo luaugur- - remedies. Deafness Is caused by an ., j regulated and tuad Inflamed condition of Uio mucous lining of tho Eustachian tubo. When I u, this tubo is Inflamed you havo a rumi- . , rnu ill O PILES) whose exclusive local agency we have. It is unquestionably the greatest line we have ever seen 500 newest novelties in cloth 50 latest fashion models. . " Our guarantee as well as that of Strauss Brothers stands back of every suit ordered. The clothes are entirely e by the highest type of expert tailors, insuring flawless workmanship. Clothes that not only fit but possess individuality. We will greatly appreciate an opportunity of showing you the line, whether you decide to order or not. hand-mad- cause of death. Deceased had resided In this city for about seven years, coming hero o from Dardwell, Ky. She was about 48 years of ago. Those Useless Quotient. The remains wero taken back to There is a grinding crash and roar, her old homo at Dardwell for Interthe cars leave the rails, the coupling break, the coaches roll down tkie em- ment. Is She survived by bankment and the passengers are and one daughter, Miss her husband Iva, who havo mixed up pretty much. the sympathy all In tho sad and When Ue tumult has ceased, a wom- untimely death of wlfo and mother. of an's voice Is heard to Inquire: "John Henry, ha the train bee NO DECEPTION wrecked?" IN "No, my dear," replies her husfcaad. Fortune's Witch Hazel and Almond extractlag somebody's suit case from Cream his vest "No, Indeed. What gave you that Idea? The men are re- for the toilet It prevents chapped painting the cars ana Just turned hands and face. It Is not greasy or sticky like other preparations of Its them over to get at the under side." kind. For sale by your local druggists. c Would Be Popular. "I would suggest," says the new manager of suburban traffic, "that we In a difficulty between Ed Beadles run several 'Ladles' trains' during the and Erse Ward, Saturday night, tho day." received a lick on the head "Ladles' trains?" repeats tte gen- former stick of wood with a which laid his eral manager. scalp open. Doth were cited to ap"Yes. Get out time tables showlor pear before Judge Remley, Monday. that they are due to leave an hour be- Beadles put up $11.60 for his appearfore they really start, so the ladles ance, but failed to show up. He was can have time to get their hats and employed by the Mengel Box Co. Cloves on before going to the station," Tho trouble was the outcome of soma remark made to Mrs. Ward. fronts, and at rock bottom prices. Schmidt, tho Tailor. 30-4- Mrs. John T. Adams, a well known Ivy Hammell and Miss Nora Trav- pnloflfl hntli rtf Wnat IHnlrmnn wnrn lady of this city, dropped dead at married at eight o'clock, Wednesday, her home west of tho Presbyterian at mo ttome or tho bride's father, church, Saturday morning about 12:30 Tho unfortunate lady was found lyGeo. Travestead, Hov. Gelger, of tho Episcopal church, officiating. Quite ing beneath the dining tablo by two a number or relatives and friends negro girls who happened at tho homo wero present to witness the cere- r short time after the dinner hour. Neighbors rushed In and found tho mony. Doth nro well known and highly re- w man unconscious all but lifeless, spected young folks of tho west end. and physicians wero hurriedly sumCongratulations. moned. Nothing could bo done to prolong life and sho expired in a fow O Wo specialize high grado tailoring. minutes, although every effort was That means quality, fit, perfect con- made by Drs. Wm. Drlght and C. W. (rupturo of a cave shoulders, closo fitting collars, Curlln. Appoplcxy thin edged lapels, unbreakablo coat blood vessel In tho dead) was tho Tho Embroidery Club will bo entertained tomorrow (Friday) afternoon by Mrs. S. L. Dodds. O Call at once! er charged with forgery; and tho N. C. & St. L charged with blocking FOR SALE: J'alr good strong tho crossing at State Lino. work mules, $1C0. Credit until Jan. 1, 1911, Hen or easy note. It. R. Rogers. Frank Dudley Feb. 18-1- found indictments against Willie Coop The grand Jury at Fulton last week tj t 3 "j rioua cliarKo. a house. that Troy Consideration Q. L. Collins sold his rcsldenco on Ave., this week to Duck Kalney. 1300. E. R. ELLISON inr U i 3 D For tho past two weeks tho Mongol Dox Co. has boon paying off tholr big forco In gold. The Hickman bank handles this pay roll, and Cashier Heed informs us that thoy will continue Indefinitely to furnish gold for tho payment of tho Mengel people. This means that thero Is about $30,- 000 of theso littlo yellow coins In circulation around hero now, so don't lot them stick to your flngurs plenty more coming keep It In circulation. Ladies' Suits and Coats THE LAST CALL We want to close these out at once, so offer the following remarkably low prices : i i. -- THE- rOITlVr A TV T? ANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. A certain good citizen of Fulton county, a short tlmo ago, borrowed a Hickman Courior from tils neighbor. Thero was a cno of smallpox In tho family of tho neighbor loaning tho paper and tho borrower contracted tho dlsoaso. Tho good citizen has stneo got on tho Lord's sldo by subscribing for the paper, and will nover borrow papers In tho future. Moral: Its cheaper lo tako your homo paper than to borrow.lt. O o 22.50 and 25.00 Suits and Coats at . 17.50 and 18.50 Suits and Coats at. 12.50 and Coats at 13.50 .14.00 .11.00 7.50 Capital and Surplus, $05, 000.00 system and renews the normal vigor. O For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 The Columbus Herald, edited by per box, 6 boxes for $5. Hickman Tom F. Jordan, suspended publica-iDrug Co., Incorporated. u last week. Tho paper was started last May, but had a hard struggle O for iX'Btenco from tho first. a Mrs. M. Ambers entertained O smalt party of friends at an elegant Tho littlo daughter of Hov Stock-to12 o'clock dinner last Thursday. The following wero present: of the Presbyterian church, who Mesdames 8. M. Hubbard, J, T. Stephens, 11, linu scarlet fitvnr In trnltlntr nlnni? Uuchanan, Dower, 11. is. lire van, B. very nlcoly. and Is now considered out of danger. L. Dodds and Allco Amborg. 1910 will bo a year of very high prices. Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard nnd a fow other things will bo too Mott's Nervine Pills high to uso. However, If you should you ours The great nervo and brain treat- ubo any of thesoquality will findprices of the very best and at ment for men and women, produces S per cent lower than olsowhoro. strength and vitality, builds up the Hickman Grocery Co. HEALTH AND VITALITY. Children's Coats offered at about the cost of material alone Smith & Amberg1 4 Advance Showing wing Merchandise prettiest ideas. From Lucile's oi Diary I havo always liked Malcolm Cox very much, and I never supposed he could be as unreasonable and domineering at he has proted himself recently. Monday evening of last week when we were coming home from the theater he said he was tired of dilly dallying. "Dilly-dallying.- " SPRING g m Dress Goods, Silks White Goods, Percales Ginghams, Madras Our present showing of the New Spring Merchandise shows Fashion's newest nnd We have something new and interesting to show you in all lines I repeated. "What do you meant" "I mean," he answered In Springs Newest Styles in Woman's Attire The newest spring styles in Skirts, Shirt Waists and Spring Coats ATTRACTIVE WOOL DRESS GOODS In our spring line of wool dress goods we are showing the prettiest stock in the city- hlack and all the new shades. a voice sterner than I bad ever dreamxl he could tpeak to me, "tint you mutt either say yes or no thnt I am through with this uncertainty, I want to know. Luetic, If you care for me enough to promise to marry me." "Do you call that pretty lovemnk-Ing?I asked, laughing a little nervously. "You know what I want, Luclle. I want you, and you lime known It a long time. I have tried pretty and. no matter what I have said or done, you havo always put me laiiKh or some other means off with of keeping me on tenterhook. Luclle," his voice fairly thrilled with emotion, "I'm not going to wait any longer for a definite answer. Is It to bo yus?" "I don't see why wo have to bn engaged," I said, poutlngly. "We don't have to be," he replied In a sort of doomsday volco that frightened me Into slipping my hand Into bis and murmuring. "But wo shall be. Malcolm." Of course, after that ha was much happier and began at once to talk lore-makin- o Embroideries, Laces Novelties, Hair Goods -- 2 9 Mattresses, Linoleums, etc, IN LARGE AND PLEASING ASSORTMENTS Now's the time to do your spring sewing. SMITH & AM BERG mmmmmfmmmm I found o little time for hit aocltty he inferred our engagement must be Irksome to me, and If I desired to break it ha would release me. I limply sent back the two words, "Very well." I am glad that the tiresome arfslr it over. I hope, though, that Malcolm ioon will feel like belag friends again, for in tome wayt be It the most generous and thoughtful man I know. Of course 1 can't help regretting the ring a little, for I have alnrsys wasted t sapphire and diamond ring, snd that what wo bad decided upon, New Spring White Goods, Percales Laces, Embroideries, Ginghams, etc. We invite your inspection MRS Mrs Too. TCM ALLEN, tow. ag. about a ring. Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. (INCORPORATED.) Into the Subsoil. At lost we have succeeded in getting an Interest aroused In tho "Boys' Corn Contest;" this Is encouraging to us, not from a personal standpoint, as we have nothing to gain In a financial way, but It will be the starting point for improved corn, bet ter methods and larger yields, In the Issue of the Courier of Feb. 10th, we will havo a paper on corn cultivation, preparation of soil, and why we culUvato corn. The method Spring's coming. we shall out line, It followed, will give results, and while it is intended A E. Kennedy, GENERAL. INSURfor the boys that enter the contest, ANCE. it may give hints to tho older farRemember A. S. Darkett buys all mers that may perhaps challenge their attention If prejudice Is not too kinds of furs. strong. If wo are not too busy getting busy, we shall devote an ucre E. A. Mayfield, of Caycc, was hero to ideal corn breeding the coming on business, Tuesday. season which will be open fqr InspecG. I). Drasfleld was hero from tion and criticism. Woodland Mills, on business, Saturday. We have for sale in West Hickman Duy your from tho near Metheny's store, a fine piece of man Grocerygroceriesand save 6Hickper Co., property. Owner has good cent. residence reasons for selling. It will take 0 Mrs. Annie M. Well oruers her pato trade. Property cost more per changed than this. Well Improved and will Long Ueach, from Charlotte, Mich., to Cal., 921 Daisy avo. bear close Inspection. Part time. FOR SALE Good, gentle family Hickman Courier Realty Co. mare, and a good young horse. J. FIRE! FIRE! Kennedy. H. Pollock, Hickman, Route 1. 2c 11,-80- persons who owe city taxes for 1900 will,save cost of advertising and garnishee by calling at my office at Hickman Furniture Co., and paying same at once. This means everyone. TOM DILLON, Jr., City Marshal. AH Gordon Rico was hero from Qayco, Q. B. Bond Saturday. mo weelc. Buy your cigars from Harris, at HicKman Drug Co. was In Memphis first of Tho Courier will appreciate all notices of births, marriages, visitors, sickness, etc. Both phones. No. 21. POR SALE: Wc have some new and second hand Iron Roofing, Locust Posts, Brick, Pipe, Shovels, Forks, Brooms and Cement that we will sell cheap. See us at Oil Mill. Richmond & Bond Co. Sheriff Goalder Johnson was ablo to be down to his offlco first of the week, after an Illness of several weeks. What If your property should burn tonight? Better insure AT ONCE. A. E. Kennedy, office next to Farmers & Merchants Bank. I am now prepared to do all kinds of shoe repairing Half Soles, Patches, Rubber Heels, Ete. Bring your shoes andd hamesB and have them made good as new. Put rubber heels on your shoes and make life's walk easy. HICKMAN HARNESS CO., A. J. Wright, Manager. Soft Grays Are All the Go L" Vt 1 And the Soft Grays that go best are those of the ASK TO SEE THEM! Spring Styles Now Ready For Inspection Millet 6r Alexander H. C. Holm made a business trip to Aiexanuor, Friday. H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. body toKlay.' A. Doddi' Lumber Office. "Oh, no; let's hare It a secret for a Miss Rose Campbell Is attending little while at least. That's tho dear boy." school at Bowling Green, Ky. "Well. Just as you say, Lucllo." he TARP1NE for coughs and colds acquiesced with quite good grace. 2Se per bottle. Helm It Ellison. "But now, what shall we do this evening?" Second band goods bought, sold "I can't do anything this nvrnlng and repaired at Hickman Job Shop. Malcolm." I explained. That Is, with FOR SALE: Some flno Black you. I've already accepted an InviLangshan Cockcrola. Mrs. An til a tation to go to the theater with Ned Hickman, Ky. 3lp Hartlctt." Malcolm scowled, so that Martin Schmidt and wife, of Union I hastened to add: "He Invited ma a City, were tho guests of their son, week ago, to you mutn't mind " "But I do mind," he grumbled Curl Schmidt, and wife Sunday. "Well, how about evening?" We handle the celebrated Sanspa-rlc- l "I have to ttay at homo Flour, and guarantee every sack evening, because that dollghtful Mr. of It. Bettorsworth & Prathor. Ralmond I knew in Europe It coming, He me FOR SALE; Nice residence near townwrote one that he was to be In evening on his way Jutt the College. Plenty of ground and all Improvements. Terms to suit pur- west and he wanted to pan It with chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, if me talking over the good timet we you want a home. Hickman Courier. bad abroad. Of course you can come, too, Malcolm, though It might be a litL. D. Perry and family left Wed tle dull for you." nesday ror .McEwen, Tenu.. where lie "I expects to purchase a farm Perry your shall not want to Intrude upon duet of remlnUcencce," Mnlcolm hus for some time been In the tald, In the glummest way. "If by any business lu this city. We predict that he will come back to the chance, Luclle, you find yourself disengaged any evening this week we best town on the mup and stay. might arrange to past It together." No. C3. For the man who wants a "Certainly," I antwered, gencroutly small pleco of ground Just outside overlooking hit tho city, wo havo Just what he wants. "How will Saturdaytarcaitle manner y doT Thlt la Tues-daTwenty-sl- r (20) acres, on tho Dyers-burand Mr. Ralmond will road, VA miles from Hickman, be here. Thursday I promised to go with good house, barn and outbuildings, For a limited time only wo to the country club dance with Arthur havo the price of 11000. See us ut Knight, and thero's a possibility of Canby Fuller's corning Friday evening. onco Courier Realty Co. But Saturday I'll be free to go out The management of the Hickman with you." Independent Home Tolepbone Co., "You're very kind," he aaU, laugh-In- g wishes to announce that thoy are ungraciously. now ready to make connection with He was positively rude. The very all country lines on either side of Hickman. The company furnishes all moment I mentioned Mr. Ralmond be equipment In tho city and connects became annoyed and spoke In the most unreasonable manner, with your lines at the limits for $16 cut the conversation off In Then he per line and charges 7Co a mouth for of my explanation, In a the middle very short their exchange sorvice. Seo A. W. time a boy from his office brought me a letter, in wbteh he said that since Davit, Manager, Mr. Mitchell, tho obliging and YVTTYVTTYYTVTTYYTT? handsome local agent for tho Ia'O WHY NOT TRY7 Line steamers at this point, informs a Courier roportcr that the Leo Lluo Popham'e peoplo havo promised to mako sonio ASTHMA REMEDY Improvements on tholr Hickman property this year. It Is about time for Gives prompt and positive relief in them to take up this matter Their every case. Sold by druggists, property, as It now is, Is a sorry look. price 1. Trial package by Ing dump. The business gotten out mall. lOo. of this town will Justify this coucern spending consldorablo money here and Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland. they owe it to the town to do so. Although I had never been very keen for being engaged, since an unengaged girl always hat more fun, I thought at first It was cot going to bo so bad after all, especially the next morning, when mother woke me about nine o'clock, bringing Into my mom a box of lovely ruses which Malcolm bad sent mo on his way downtown But my hope of pico and harmony were dashed that very night when Malcolm came to tho house right after dinner, frightfully out of humor. "You know," he said, "I asked you last evening If you had any engagement for this afternoon, and you said you hadn't. So .when 1 found I could get away from the office I phoned to atk you to come down for afternoon tea with me nnd I was told you were out. That wat.disappointment enough without my seeing you, as I did. In Knight's automobile.' "I think you are very foolish and quick tempered, Malcolm, to bo vexed at such a little thing." I said. "When Arthur came for me I could hardly say, 'No, thank you; there's a possibility of some one else stklog me out this afternoon.' could 1?" "You could havo told Mm of our engagement and then he would not have expected you to go In hit car." "Why, Malcolm! I don't want to tell anyone bow. Left keop It a secret for a long time yet "I should much prefer to tell every, ami r. the old Ma. K ,d Hurlal took i UniHRstillt' . n many frlMids i, of her -? fellMhl tr.,ii' Hhe wax ai did . ... u ' T rfiy.l tur J , A J . 'i . i ike IMi lJil ml . Qtt... l tl..- - ... ,! - loauing to N.i,u.d'.s Kaiabllshini ii! ids. k in line Milton r it 3 j. tarns a, a TlScI ,,, ,.J u. Kg S'jxt -- O'u , r i Important Prescriptions a11 Any pretcriptioD brought here, whether designed to overcome tome minor ailment or tome dangerous Illness, will receive our never any discrimination here all prescriptions are Important. We make a specialty of scientific compounding and use drugs of a quality that can be depended upon for best results. LET US BE YOUR be In rar- of m i Ikiniih Is at k f eyes, and will I (MM til. Her right mi some I r twlil. 1 wtk Mlta lloi.s for Na-i- u- i ;. x t kt iit ihl k( hr i !' Kil cj si Improved W peiiter bad i:.. ltaltfrr. of In Mi, s i i, a lu. in -.iitiii l . pi . u hairpin ' h- - ' ' - : of the pp'Sent ' oji j'it Hji btit aitenlion. There's The big sb.. largest line uf ample Ho. evi-- Si imct s ; 1 1 St plti AdBitom n fi i I lUl Sehmldl. ih. laic: til' -- O- II. p. Johiisoi I Lff 11 dealer, of t'a.T" uas I m Sivl II. P. Italiikx (l A0 IE S' spoMlbb' for p I it 1 i to be spaiik-enee who. ..i . PRESCRIPTIONISTS fimunilPG nnirr Slnrp Our silk Iwtuk. big hit. Ask us O L a 3rf I (Incorporated) I prettiest WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS, The lllckm will off. r In a bit -- t i r.iii ! e Of K-- H d( Watch for tt i .) Have you neglected your kidneys? Havo you overworked your nervous system nnd caused troublo with your kidneys and bladder? Havo you pain In loins, side, back, groins nnd bladder? Have you a flabby appearauco of tho faco, especially under tho uyes Too frequent a deslro to past urine? ir so, Williams' Kidney Tills will cure ou at Druggist, Price fiOc. O LBAVD LAUNDRY Bradley & Paiham'sl Paslt't leivM"T of land from J. N. Uisk. In the lower bottom, last week, paying lilni f 1. for IL Mr. Pollock will move t his furm In n short tlmo. Henry Pollock purchased fi2 ncres t X Tuesday afer' a Best Work LowtslPwa Keep Welt ns long ns you can. but when you do fid ill Get Well the set as soon ns you can. To do this requires prcscnpUo. cs of the best doctor nnd the best ,nn,lcr Disease has all the ndvnntnges no 1'iieu doctor is if his prescriptions nre improperly cur if the drugs used have lost part of their to ge power. You need our kind of service a best results from your doctors prescriptions, bring ness is too dangerous to tnke chancesprescriptions here. of Hickman Drag Incorporated Company - HER PbARLS WORTH D. MkLION ell dressed to sacrifice comfort wonderful improvement don't. You can get mnde in the recording of Victor records. A hal(c shoe. hnve been spent by the Victor people just to mak and lct us show vu the cr records. A Victor record has heretofore b0S8 8tylca for Fall win perfect. Now, as the Victor people say, it is the ' critical taste. The exppearancc they give your strikingly attractive. in the world. Wonderfully clear and distinct "gTSSSSS lone of the singer or instrument is perfectly ly, that with your back turned upon singer and ls daintily shaped; the have to ask "which is which." Shoe -. fr: George 1760,000 Wldcnsr Receive. Business -- Directory - WELL DESERVED. Rope for a Chrlitmst Gift from Husband. ASK FOR RATES- The Praise That Comes From Hickman People. Thank-fu- l WISH that we ViE about here the T could impress upon eJJiS '"'fV the moment you put It on. decree of Fashion and repro'" The Victor talking machine is not a toy or,,, of lhe Red crou shoe children, but a high-clas- s musical instrument for htJc'Zirl . You can select any With a Victor in your home yoijfour foot.tight out of the stoic music. wear it 7 time, and as often as you wish, the greatest singed let the finest musicians in the world at your command for your pleasure ond enjoyment . WOODLAWN DAIRY. Philadelphia. Nickels paid by the A. H. Lett, Prop. opie who ride on Philadelphia street rs purchased for Mrs. George D. Heat of Milk nnd Ilutter delivered. Idener, wife of the Quaker City trac- Homo Phono No. 27. n magnate, what probably was the lost costly Christmas gift received by McMURHY & FLAT hy woman In the world. Tho gift Attorneys-at-Lalin a ropo of pearls, which cost $7C0,- 10 Mrs Wldcnor was Miss Eleanor Offlco over Hickman Drug Company Iklns, daughter of the Into William Hickman, Ky. Llklns, tho traction magnate. It Is le most costly string of poarls In tha & PRATHER BETTERSWORTH irid Groceries lit Is said that Mr. Wldencr Intended gems, some of which arc nearly net City Delivery; both phones No. 38, I go as pigeon eggs, and sufficient for "uest or Everything" Iking' ransom, as a surprise for his re. but nows of tho gift that a B. S. ELLIOTT ncens might well envy leaked out Carpenter and Contractor it Is probabte that society will havo opDortunltv to admire at first hand Let mo flguro with you. It 81 Ife And the cost is so small, the terms so easy thnt you nrc needlessly depriving yourself of much enjoyment thnt you are entitled to. $1.00 down and $1.00 n week will put a Victor in your home. Prices start at $1 0.00 and from thnt up to $200.00. , Hi Ono kidney remedy never falls. Hickman people roly upon IL " That remedy Is Doan's Kidney Pills Hickman testimony always prove It reliable. Thomas Creed, of Hickman. Ky.. says: "For two or threo years my kidneys did not act properly. There was a steady pain In tho small of my back and whenever 1 stooped or lifted, sharp twinges darted through my loins. My buck ached at night and when I arose lu tho morning I was so lamo that I could hardly walk. I often suffered from nervous spells. occasionally felt languid and became easily tired. Headaches also troubled mo and I was very dizzy at times. The secretions from my kidneys con tained a sediment and 1 was often forced to arlso durinr tho night on account of their too frequent passagd es. Whenever I caught cold it on my kidneys and greatly aggravated my suffering. Final Jy I Hickman, Ky. learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a box at Hate &- enllson COTTON 4. ADAMS Drug Store. I used them in accord Plumbers and Tinners ance with tho directions arid one box relieved me. I can recommend Doans Go Anywhere for Business Kidney Pills aa a very rellablo kidPhono No. 73. ney remedy." For sale 'y all dealers. Price CO cents. A. E. KENNEDY Co., Buffalo, New Fire, Life and Accident Insurance York, sole agents for the United DeBt Companies on Earth States. Phono No. CI. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. sot-tieFoster-MUburn COURIER Phone No. 21 Will sell that place and get you other. No business, no pay. HICKMAN FURNITURE REALTY COMPANY an- The FEBRUARY RECORDS are now in. We wish that you would come in and hear Harry Lauder sing "I Love a Lassie." Or, if you want a good laugh, hear his "Stop That Tickling, Jock." We will gladIt would almost split the sides of a wooden man. ly play for you any records that you may wish to hear. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Phono 20, night or day. Hickman, Ky. Mrs. George D. Wldener. CO. Save 5 on your Grocery BM ly endorsed Ellison Brothers what Is said to be the finest collection of pearls, gem for gem, that any woman In this country has been prlrllcgod to wear. Mrs. Wldener Is to give a ball at tho Dellevuo-StratforIn Philadelphia and It Is presumed that sho will wear tho pearls on that occnsloq. If she does and she should wear at her throat the string of pearls which she has previously worn and which has been so much admired, the total value of her pearl adornments will be a round million of dollars. The strand she now wears is valued at J23O.00O, the center stone alone being worth d DIGS AND LOADS POTATOES. Invention of Indiana Man Takes Tu bers from the Ground and Throwe Them In Wagon. Some of the most Interesting Inventions In recent years are those In the line of agricultural machinery. One of the latest of these Is the potato-digge- r designed by an Indiana man. It not only digs tha potatoes up, but throws them into the wagon. The machine consist of a frame which it followed by a wagon, the whole drawn 165.000. OR STAFFORD RELEASED. BLAZE AT FULTON. The price of the pearls, great as It Is, does not constitute the chief charm of such a gift. Many months, even "t J u o.' t i I i . i: B'afford, who rum a small mttlic.no find confectionery , (nst of the county Jail, w,us .i ; j'Lininy on a warrant iwom (jvt Uutonds, charging him 1 rape on the person t' $ Something Doing -I- $ N TII- K- cf ; 4:' Ja S rear-ol- daughter. -- ,; was given Stafford, MonJu.!ci N'nvlnr In which - BOND SUBDIVISION prop-otiton. t i - t 3 -- it m rated, thu evidence .. ' at 1'ic charito was without The little girl was In the a Cx. Saturday morning, and it was proven, ho made ; k about her being such l lit girl," and gave hor :J This was not consider- . r ty tlio Juiliro. . ! most enJoyablo ontor- 3 i.wn lately was that glv-- . rnd of young folks at t Mr and Mrs. Carl r3 ' c:i Wednesday evening of Thero wuro flvo tables of Rot ta-d- y was served throughout LH t Elegant refreshments In Jur; j cotislHtlng of hot choco- 'J "-- c s c' Keep your eye on this Line up it you want to make money. The railroad is coming. My property it in the right part of town. See me at the Oil Mill Office and let me show you the best property in Hickman. Tlio tiro demon paid ono more visit to Fulton, when, shortly after mid night last Thuroday, a conflagration, originating in tho homo of Tom Hale, razed to tho ground four residences, together with a considerable amount of household goods. Tho tbtal loss will be something llko $6,000, with Insurance) at about $MQ0. After tho fire was discovered In the Hale home It was but a short time tpicnding to the home of Geo. .lo'irs, which was rapidly consumed Tho homo of Mrs, Newman next door took fire and burned to tho ground, the last bouso to burn was that of J Moss, who had recently moved here fiom Union City. Morris & McCall owned all tho houses, and tho Insur-anc- " collection. Mrs. Wldenor Is known as one of the beautiful women In the society of Philadelphia, New York and the New England coast resorts. Bhe Is of the brunette type, tall, and noted for the beauty of hor gowna and tho grace with which she wears thorn. fash-lonab- lo years, are required to perfect such a Our coupon system Is being heartiby everyone. This Is evident from the Increase tn our busi ness. And why? Because It-SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. PAY OULY GET. FOR WHAT YOU ECONOMI-CAL. BREAKS Marie SILENCE FOR KING MAKES YOU MORE Antoinette's Musical Clock. After Century of Quietude, la Started for Manuel. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' SALARY. ENABLES Chain Carries Thin Into Cart. by a horse. Under the rear axle of this frame Is a plow of spaced tines which turns the earth up and scoops up the potatoes, the dirt falling between the tines. Running around the axle and turning over a cylinder on the wagon box Is an elovator mechanism made of chain gear with projections that take up the potatoes from the plow, as the elevator belt revolves in the same direction as the wheels and the vegetables are tossed back Into the wagon as fast as they are plowed up. It now remains for somebody to design an Improvement In this device whereby the potatoes are peeled on their way to the cart. US TO SELL t I G. B. BOND Insurance at jr00, Geo. Jonos 1500 nml tho other two families none However, In no homo but tho Hale homo was the furnlturo loss heavy. Fulton Leader. Mr. Jones Is tho father of Mrs, Call Schmidt, of this city. ried O on Utcm was $3,200. Halo car- : : and nablscoes wero J Tic gutsts were as follows: ?! i li-j-and Marino Drown, ituth Klml.ro. Dottle Walker, llottnle Car-v- " 'cOuukIi. of Hemic, "' IHHow. Hazel Johnson, J" lrl luimu, Virginia Prather, I and lllrdlo .May lllce, fS3 t a. ircnc j.'nrlgi Kstollo lie-- r, C Co-ci"a M- lUnblt, sandwiches and J, F. Nowby, formerly employed In tbo N. C. & St. L. depot In this city, Give C. II. Moore a share of your has moved to Sherwood, Tenn. Joo grocery business. Taylor comes from Sherwood to Hickman to take. Newby'a place. Private Robert Tyler Chapter, V D. C.. will meet with Mrs. H. F Item-ley- , I hitvo a geutlo horso I will Bell or Tuesday afternoon, Feb. Sth. trade for lumber. I). S. Klllott, at Seo A. E. Kennedy for Insurauco cj M Hickman Job Shcp. of all kinds Fire, Llfo, Accident. In j riavlrr, of Threo States, iter t hrk Ethel Nuylor, Frank Methodist Church services: Sunday good responsible old lino companies -lC (Irahnm. Mrs. W. C school at 9:45 a. m., preaching by tbo 'Squlro It. L. Jackson was In town a ii .Mis ijou .Montgomery. pastor at 11 n. m., and 7 p. tn. You Saturday Hhaklng hands with his old FHtr nrtK' Kennedy. are cordially Invited to bo present. friends. Ho Is stationed at Asliport on a derrick boat for the Mongol Ilox t-- A. E. Kennedy, GENERAL AMCE. INSUIt Paris When King Manuel of Portugal visited the palace of Versailles recently he was accorded the honor of being the first person In a century to hear the chimes of the musical clock once owned by Marie Antoinette. This famous clock was made In 178S, and bad been silent for 100 years when It was wound and started for the delight of tho royal Portuguese ears. The clook Is among many relics of Marie Antoinette now at the Palace FOR LESS MONEY. NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE CHARGED TO PAYING CUSTOMER. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR BILL IS EVERY DAY. AND OF GROCERIES MEATS IN HICKMAN. AND AGAIN SAVES GRO-CERY WE CARRY THE BEST LINE FRESH YOU 5 PER CENT. TRY IT ONE MONTH if! ST.--J Co. mULiAUiLUtULAAitUitlAAtiiLAAttLLAAtli PITTSBURGH Chapel Friday evening at 7:15. Sunday School Sunday at 2:30 p. m und preaching at 7 p. m., by Rev. W N. Metheny. Prayer meeting at West Hickman PERFECT FENCE BEST ON EARTH We meet anybody's prices on good Wire Fencing. Positively Guaranteed. Wm, J. llannon, n prominent farm or of tho State Lino neighborhood nnd MIsb WUesslo C. Winter, daugh ter of Mrs. Zorn Winter, of this city, wero married nt tho homo of the bride's mother In thla city, last Thursday. Kov. II. j. Gelger, of the Episcopal church, officiating. The Courier extends congratulations. It Is to be hoped that tho new city council will refrain from permitting any more fromo structures to bo within tho business portion of town. On tho contrary, thero are a s numbor of old In the heart of the city that should be condemned. Tho city ordinances forbid the erection of any building except those of brick or stone with metal roof within tho following bounds: "lleglu nlng nt thu Junction of Water and Kentucky streets, thence south along Kentucky street to Ittt Junction with eye-sore- W. A. I DODDS wwnwrtw HICKMAN, KENTUCKY irwin Jackson street, thence west with Jackson street to Us Junction with Union street, thence west with Cher ry alloy to Its Junction with Tennes soo street, thence east with Exchange street to Its Junction with Union street, tlienco north with Union street to Its Junction with Water street, to the beginning," Tlio fine for build' lug of shacks and business bungalows Is S10 a day for each day such bulldlugs are allowed to stand. Tho entertainment and dance given (Incorporated) Friday evening at the hall by tho young meu of tho town was greatly enjoyed by a large number of both young and married folks, and tho dances enjoyed until the midnight hour. "Prof. Julian's Band." consisting of threo negro boys proved beyond tho expectations of all. Reo punch was served throughout tho ev- O o ening Tho guests wero: Mlssos o A. M. TYLER o Virginia Prather, Louise Atwood, An- o Attorney at Law o nie Ellison, Myrtlo Walker, Homer I am now located at Padu- - o Green. Mnry Clark, Irene Farls, Ma- o bel Wilson, Marie Ilrovanl. Krankyo o cah, but will continue to prac- - o Held, and Messrs. Edward Prather, o tlce In the courts of Fulton o Clarence Ueed, Guy Hale, A. E. Ow- o county and will be In Hickman o Marie Antoinette's Clock. ens, A. E. Dollow, Fred Case, W. O. o of Versailles, and It Is lntondud that Dornan, Sam Wilson, Ferdlo Maddox, o every 2nd and 4th Monday. o It shall bo heard only by royal per- Sway uo Walker, Harry Millet, and o sons, as the mechanism Is fragile and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Shumate, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. H. llkoly to give way. N. Cowgill, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Stone, and Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Schmidt. Substitutes for Cotton. u. n ma Buy Owing to the high price of cotton Peelings Soften Water. some German textile experts have Instead of throwing away your Iea been turning their attention to other on and orange peels, have a Jar and Hides and ribers tbat might be used ns a substi- keep them In it. Place one or two of Wool tute for It. Ilecently a spinning com- these In your pitcher of water used Faiklhtr. Tallow. BaeswtxJ pany at Chemnitz has succeeded In for washing purposes. ThU will make ClnseiK, Guldan Seal, (Yt low spinning the fiber contained In the the water soft and also giro tt a deHoot), May Apple, Wild Glnsr. eeds of the kapok, or silk cotton tree lightful perfume. tc. Wa denlerai eiUblithtJ Inld56 "Ohi!rictnturylatouii II" tropics. In Its natural state of the tnd ci do belter for you than Igmtl this fiber cannot be spun owing to its Frltd Salt Pork. or commliilon mirthinli. Mrrtncf, any Cut aalt pork Into slices a quarter of extreme brlttleness, but It Is reported Bank la Leulfvllle. Wiit for xeckly price lltlind iMpplngUgl. that Prof. Goldberg of Chemnitz has an inch thick, cut off rind and pour found a method of treating It to make over them boiling water, In which let M. Sabal AV Sons, tOUISVILLE, KY. 229 E. Uarktl tt. It splnnablo, and the yarn Is de- the slices stand ten minutes. Turn scribed as having a peculiarly soft, off water and fry until brown. silky feeling, The fiber has the advantage of being considerably cheaper than cotton, but no Information Is r.t No better candy made than Jacob's. WANTED: Binall bottom farm, at baud showing tho wearing qualities of I veil It all site packages. Harris, reasonable price. Address Hickman (brlc wade fron kapolc yam Courier. ai Hickman Drug Co. Hickman Grocery Co., rV.WMtJM OooooooooooooO OooooooooooooO FURS tn From Lucile I Practical Fashions LADIES' DRESSING SACK. Edison Records For February Are Now In And they nrc all good ones. No need to tell you that, for EDISON RECORDS are always cood. With these" we have also received a big quantity of Sacred Songs, among which you arc sure to find some that you will want. ' Diary 1 have always liked Malcoli very much, and 1 nerer suppoi could be as unreasonable andj noerlne; as he has proved hi nisi For Pain in Chest 'kwJBSSSSaWSSSSSSSSSfTT' rently ' Monday evening of last week' we were cumins; home from tM tor he said he was tired of dllly Inc "I)lllydal!y!nJ,, I repeated. do yuu mean! "I mean," he answered in a sterner thnn 1 had ever dronro-coulspeak to me. "that you cither say yes or no lhat J tbrotiRh with this uncertainty. C to know. I.uclln, If you earn to) enotiEh to promise to marry mo. "Do you call that pretty lov InK" I asked, lauRhlnr; a little, ( For sore thrn.it in lungs, tifihtr.csj .1. ntialir I "You knowwhat Dar Iwanl, u3 We will put into your home a GEM COMBINATION PHONOGRAPH, playing both two minute and four minute records. You can pay us a small amount down and $1.00 a week until paid. Isn't that a fair proposition? For $19.20 ELLISON BROS. "More COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW FEB. RECORDS AWAY: Twclvo 8lnr.or Tills Is tho best and Intent dpt it for holding a stocklnc so It rn l dnrned at any point on nny it Itch machine. Tho moat con V' n'. practical device over offered (hi in whn li&vn ilnrnlnr tn do nn fn ttukiiK. underwear, etc Does the! work quicker nnd makes It stronger This attachment sells for only 7Cc. i.to mlvertlio thorn, t will give free with each of the first 12 u machines I sell. Iluy a Singer now nnd get a darner free. On display At Illco's store. U A. lirock, ArU chest, hoarwnt s cr tye lave the parts w.j, Ka's Liniment. You t r, t nee j to rub, Just lay it on lht'y it penetrates inar,t tjthe sen of the trouble, relieves cr.gtj. tioit and stops the ra.a Hero's the Proof. Mr. A.W. is ssys: lc. J P. BUTLER. A.K.M.D. "It And "What a alt the men acusaln' for?" asked Soma One rlppln mad. they"re rlppln' mad the Other had to aay. "Why do they shake their list and One once a sain. "They've fot a flreV claas reason to." the Other answered then. Tor the Chrlstmaa tree la withered and la thrown behind the yard. And the rich old uncle sent them Just a tinseled Chrlstmaa card While the (1ft they sent the uncle was a peach and they are Jarred. For the Chrlstmaa bills are comln-Ithla mornlnr." Some made the them feel as rich aa mud. tumbling wtta But their eplrlta now are a dull'and slckn'lng thud For the Chrlstmaa bllla are coming ki thla morning.". p.nne I ( hills more Christmas rmtm.TS b lis.' the Other then explained. was IViili you Merry Chrlstmasr when the cherr was In the blood. T&e Optimist's Corner Daily Helps to Health and Happiness Bv QEORGR They're Jut scowir' aikad czar act Th like a man who would act Upon the advice of all bis friends If he a were making garden. They say Kaiser Wllhclm has done a lot of thlugn( but the only one I can remember Is thnt he wears his mustache reversed. Ezra Timms' boy Is said to be a good loser, whatever that means, but be can't borrow a dollar on that When a woman laughs at your funny stories, it may prove that she has pretty teeth Instead of a sense of hu mor. n FT "What do they crumple In their hands V asked Bom One In affright. . "The 'please remits." the 'please remits. " the Other said, polite. "What makes the air so murky bluet" asked Some One, soft and low. The words they use, the words they use." the Other said. "Tou know There's a hole In Willie's drum that he received on Christmas day And the trains and other trinkets have been busted In the play But the charges must be settled and the men have cot to pay And the Christmas bills are comlnc In thla morning." "What's that the man Is looking atr asked Some One, very soft. A parlor lamp; a parlor lamp," the Other eently coughed. "Was that a gift from wife te hlmr asked Some One In surprise. "Of course It was; of course It was," the Other then replies, "And he wanted some suspenders and perhaps a fancy vest. For he weara his last year's garments when he thinks he's nicely dressed But his wide got the parlor lamp ahe liked that one the best And the Chrlstmaa bills are coming la this morning." "What makes the men all shrink with dread?" asked Some One, "The postman comes, the postman comes." th Other then replied, "What's that t it heaps the postman's oackt" as! 1 Some One, as though Reformers run In a rut too much. Melford Somers claims that the peek aboo waist is responsible for all the troubles of the world. When a woman's "No" means "Yes" "No." she Is very careful not are your best friend or your worst enemy. Nature gives you the option; "It's up to you" to make your life a happy and a successful one or t'ie opposite. Life Is but a succession of opportunities; they are for good or evil as we make them. Life Is pleasait or unpleasant, hard or easy, according to the way you look at It, the way you think of life. Thoughts govern action, and he who governs his thoughts Is master of his dss-tinDestiny Is not about you, but within you. You youriolf are the creator of your own fortune and your own destiny. Healthful, hopeful, optimistic thoughts are essential to strong minds and bodies, and to success. Cultivate these thoughts; help from within strengthens; help from without usually enfeebles. Have faith In yourself. Some one has said that a man msy succeed when others do not be. Ileve In him, but not when he does hot Confidence believe In In Have lsilti In yourself, In your own progress and possibilities and you can almost create your life as you will. You, yourself, it ta ci rf. Paris Pattern, No. 271C, All Seams UntthlngforioTetfcr.f kMu-jThis simple little dressing Bhli.snd hay fever i U Al and developed In lack Is drortttaktn ..n i , jA, Ight blue, pink or white Canton flaning and meeting initintiy " collar, nel. The wide cuffs tront and edges of the turn-bacnrc bound with black satin, ribbon, unless the jacket Is In white. In whlrh rase the ribbon should be of some bright color. A pretty effect Is gained by making the Jacket of cream colored cashmere or challls, lining It with O China silk and ustome Is casfer to ue than porow ing- bright colored ribbon for the bindWILL OPERATE FERRY. plasters, acts quicker and does ing. The pattern Is In eight slies A Hlnshaw, of this city and t not clogupthe pores d theskta. For '.2 to 46 Inches, bust measure. big Mississippi county planter, wilt go :C it it an ciccllent in bust the sack requires t'.i yards Intu the ferry buslnesa at thla polm tiirptic remedy fx SO wide. 3H yards Just ns soon as he can get ttoats of material wide,Inches yards 3C Inches sithma. bronOilUt, 2V4 It Inches bu1 for tho purpose. and all InfUmrtuury Jrlde. or 214 yards 42 Inches wide; aa dlw-uc1!" will have two lout built a. I'a o t the 20 Inches yard of satin du all on whlrh work will begin next ilustrnted. throit and chut will break op the week For passenger aerrlce ho will vide. deadly membrane in build a gasoline boat 8x36 feet. It 10 cnts l Tn procure this pattern an attack of aoop, will be right stars robin tn ,l,llrti Irnar!mnt ." or thla lMr. amf be and will kill any kind w.th all late ami comfortable Interior Write name ami aiMrrea plainly, pattern. ! and number of of nmralrU jr thei In such aa updclstrrlni. ture to sif rrutlc paint, carpets, etc The other Lout to b All ilruffrttti kp used for freight sorvlco will measure M7.ll. NO. 2718. Hloaa'a Ualmtnt. 12xC0 feet, and handle freight only. 1' will require two months to finish KAME DfcJrorJ.LBi2ln' thsf boats, but Just ns soon r.s the, lOWN ure ready, Mr. Hlnshaw will start the now ferry sorvlco. Ho will at' rrnnirr and no tempt to improvo on the present ser f vice both In schedule and general A t llarrro STATE management this rlty on bu... mnt for syear, and f jr Wee,,,., r.u K,, "WehsTtuiKjjnihu! . Allowed ' sftmt-ritte- uj s- - turn-dow- -' Sloans Liniment s light-colore- n-- . i 1 Lowest Prices ON AMERICAN FENCE WE'VE y. Ever Made 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. himself. your own ability means other men looking to you; the want of It, your looking to other men. The College Days. Here's to the daya when we gained knewt-edg- e NOTICE. We must Insist on all accounts and notes, duo us, or falling duo bo paid promptly, or they will be put In the scended, Th day when all our studies endedl By patient atudylng In college Here's to the day when peace Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattrt, Htrsts, Heg de- It PracttftHy rmfestrutrltfc The Frank Dudley Stock Co., well of this known by the thcatro-goer- s engago- city, will play a tnent hero on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 18 and 19. two-night- bands of tho officers for collection There should be no uxcuso, with tho existing high prices for corn and cot ton. J. V. & S. L. DODDS CO. A Now York lawyer has Just ralillo cclvcd a feo of (1,000,000, 16,000 Rods To Go at O Hon. U. T, Tyler, wlfo and daugh ter, and Mrs. Clias. Travis and son left Monday for Tampa, Fla., to spend several weeks. Judgo Harlan's son has been granted feo of 200.000 In Chicago. This Is morn than I). T. Davis or II. F Item ley will collect In fees during a year These AMERICAN FENCE 26-in20-in- Don't Cough TARPINE IT'S A NUISANCE AND ANNOYS THOSE AROUND YOU We guarantee TARPINE will cure your cough We recommend it every day and it has never disappointed us yet. For children or grown people 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 colds all winter. Put up in two sizes, 25c and 50c. Iluy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the. hinge joint, the good galvanfilng, the exactly proportioned quality of steef that Is nut too hard nor too soft We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and see us and get our prices. Prices : . . high " " " 6-i- n. 12-in- . . stay, ". " 27c a rod 22c 39-in39-in. 4:7-i- . " 32-i- n. 32-i- n. e-i- n. 12-in- . -.- 31c " - . .24c " n. high " " 6-i- n. 12-in6-i- . n. stay " " M ,. 34c a rod 27c " 30c " 47-i- n. " 12in. w purchased this wire at a low figure last fall and wm sell it cheaper than anybody. The credit price is no 2c to 3 c higher, however. If you are going to need wire HELM & ELLISON GrET IT 3VOW Hickman Hardware Company (INCORPORATED) 'it A woman is never well dressed until her feet are well dressed &p: shadow r aitisy Reporter I' j Lou Haw hi I i: t t -- k.i '' of Clinton, wns In Uot" lQrth fre and toyo fuuro, nl r.athor, ' K The Red Cross Tanning Process TW utlttiy Hit wttli; mul(MU la kmr Ik ill! I li.llll M"k Ikt U.Ik. I. VkfMllMIT In . Two Kuod old mulos nrmtucs to C. II. Moore. k .. BUI. . Illu- - I ... . nv." f- - f.11 luMiljini nml inv Hdw. ukai il Mlkt TM k!4 IliMkU till HI, Sos torn mi Tus Tkt X.4 Cr... mU U IHM4 kr ..!. I fn. tktf Sol i4 k.i.r. kr dl.w r., i,. Tklk It kkMI 11 1 the higher heels daintily shaped; the rich tones in dull leather. Red Cross Shoe. The Red Cross styles for Fall will please the mo3t critical taste. The extremely short appearance they give your foot make them strikingly attractive. You will like the season's newest models; the still shorter effects; the new tops; Such is the decree of Fashion and much foot suffering lias been the result Vou may believe as many other women have that you have to sacrifice comfort to get style. You don't. You can get both in the same shoe. Come in now and let us show you the mi Ik.i f JLtlt laugcs, H...l Hlckuiau liirlm HrflU'll And you will find the Red Ctoss Shoe absolutely comfortable the moment you put It on. It Is not the shape of the Red Crotia Shoe that makes It so easy to walk la. Tanaed by the sptclal Red Cross process. Its sole Is fleii-M- e, it bends with your fool. You can select any style you prefer and wear It right out of the store Come In today and let us fit you ' Oxfords $3.50 and $1.00. High Shoes $-- and $5. " SsPsBk?'. " i ,.i book store inuii of lillullllaUil L J i . i LJwoud. a,. 60I1IS Up 111 - UUUM lot rlSU mulberry UOCK. It bends with your foot SSKHSJfeSggBrSSSSJ BBmBslsSBS. EMobIsbVsI CifiBSB AU 2p lllO t j". j i- liburcd on. contract lor eight BRADLEY Sr PARHAM The case of Mrs. Mnttlo Irtirton vs. W. llurlou was Misses Ethel and Swan Naylor L. S. Hancock vs. R.dismissed. L. Campbell revisited relatives in Cayce this week. sulted In a Judgment for tho plaintiff. The case against Mose Jackson In Mrs. Flowers, of Paducah, is the Jail charged with nrson, was dismissguest of Mrs. Joe L. Amberg this ed, the grand Jury falling to Indict. Tho ball of J. W. Patterson, chargweek. ed with murder, wns reduced to $1000 G. W. Newton returned Monday The bond of S. Ixivelace who Is from Sikeston and other points in named as Uio plaintiff In tlio City of Fulton vs. C. W. Llttlo wns raised southeast Missouri? from $1000 to $2500. Attorney Ed Thomas was allowed Miss Hettie Williams went to St. Louis this week to take a course in attorney fees of $50 In tho case of Lee McClnln vs. Ella Rerryman and a dressmaking college. a like amount for services rendered In tho suit of W. II. Torter vs. W. A. Mrs. Mary Ledwidge is reported Adams. very low of dropsy at her home a Attorney R. T. Taylor was Bworn few miles south of town. In as a member of the bar. He has been a member of tho Tennessee bar Miss Jessie Henry left Wednes- for several years and now has tho day night for St. Louis where she right to practice in tho Kentucky will study the spring styles. She courts. Thomas it Melton were Indicted on will have charge of the dressmaking a chargo ofv.allowlng minors to piny establishment at Smith & Amberg's pool. this season. Whnyno Thomas wns Indicted for misalleged breach of tho peace. HAPPENING8 AT CAYCE. INDICTMENTS RETURNED. BOND'S AMBERO DEAD. Business Is picking up In Bond's W. S. Amberg, son of II. C.J Amberg and wife, of this rlty, died f At.'. Bond sold a lot Inst Tuesday nt I'hoonlx, Arizona. Friday, January 28lh, nfter n lingering Illness of lung to John II. Townscnd, who 'will build In a short time. Ho hns also let tlio trouble. contract to W. A. Dodds for tho build"Deo," ns ho wns familiarly cnlled, ing of four now residences. Mr. wns L".t years of nge, born and reared Dodds Is also tho purchaser of four In Illrkinnn. Two yenrs ago ho left of theso lots, and will build cottages Ir&ro to nccept n position with Edson-Keitoil them this spring. Co., n big millinery concern In lhcro Is now n total of nine housChicago. After spending several es In this addition either finished or' months there, he wns ndvlsed by his under construction. Contracts for 4 physicians to go to Colorado for tho houses havo Just been let and flvo benefit of his health. At this place, more arc being figured on by locnl however, his health did not seem contractors. to Improve nnd ho went to I'hoonlx. Who said that opening a now addiAt IMioenlx he Improved some, but tion would be a poor Investment? relapse came nnd ho grad- Just watch 'cm grow. later the ually snnk, the end coming Friday. Ho wns the second son of II. C. Amberg; nlso the second son to die "A little better than seems neceswithin the past four months, Johnny's sary" soda fountain servlco-Har- rl3 denth hnvlng occurred last October. r.t Hickman Drug Co, Ho Is survived by his parents, wlfo nnd ono brother, J. L. Amberg, of W. a. Fltsgcrnld, of Louisville, was this city. tho guest of Miss Myrtlo Walker first of tho week. Deceased was a fine man, nnd has u host of friends In this city nnd elsewhere who will be grieved to TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. lenrn of his untimely death. For mnuy yenrs ho wns associated In business hero with his father, and Hickman Independent tho confidence of nil who know Telephone Co.upmy. him. Ho wns n member of tho Methodist church nnd tlio Masonic lodge, mul wns devoted to both of theso C 3 Ballow, R, B ....Ros. organbntlons. Ballow, A. L. (Dutch) Res. The body will bo burled hcro.nnd 3 i Ballow, J. W. Bos. toIs expected to arrive tonight or Ballow, W. C Res. morrow morning, Tlio funeral services will be conducted by Hickman 38 Bettersworth & Prathor ....Storo Lodgo No, 761, F. & A. M., of which 13 1 Bonthol, W. D ros 150 Blackford & Hubbard, Drs..offlco he was a member. D. W. 8. D. h 54 51 19 29 O Cotton & Adams Curiln, P. B., Dr. Shop Res. scription. moved back to ItllU. 11. E. lit u A farmer nenr Greenwood, i.lJ Miss., a i u regret to sco Ului raised COO bushels of turnips on half an aero of ground. J ,. u r ilarliu, of Went Hick-i- i Watson Owenby and Miss Maude t .44 4hx All necessary Valine;, of Wlngo, wero mnrrled at L .U tUKfll, U0WUVLT, Fulton Thursday afternoon. from sprcudlng. Tom Ilayncs.' an old soldier, who a K La.usou loll Wednesday died nt the home In I'cweo Vnlloy, where u u will bo Louisville, was burled In tho Cayco l.j j lu arc no wiu uo iu cemetery last Wednesday. . mi u- -3 All kinds of meats at Moore's gro i. ..Ms Addition will bo , n.Uiiuulu building ue-- 'i cery. ,, uoys, A. B. Kennedy. OENEIIAL INSUR . kiiS up I" tlio llcn-t- . ANCE. . an cnaiiglug hands j .t uvi uru bums lot. Don't forget to renew your sub nit U. Buchanan has been on the sick list this week. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. From til! Fulton County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Real Estate: King Llllard to F. M. Chambers, of 23 Fulton County Court Columbus, 192 acres land, $2,000. Hickman Realty Co. to J. P. Thom- 17 Farmers Gin & Grain Co..offiuo as, land In bottom, $14,400. 24 Farmers & Merchants Bank Annto Grccno to A. E. Greene, land 8 Gray, R. L Res. $1,600. 132 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L... Office 35 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L Gin 34 Dodds, W. A ..Office 3 3 Davis, A. W., Mgr......... Ilea. 16 Davis, B. T ros lots A. II. Mohundro' to W. II. Roach, 22 Johnson, W. C In Fulton, $2,100. It'. -ii L.J j la Edgar Kaylor and wife are visiting Rev. J. V. Waters and family in '.r has thu uorvu to Qrecrlleld, Tents . this week. j: .iM'tll aud JUICY steaks . .i to priposleruus that 11 Miss Marie Ilrovard a i i a aworu statement to few friends Monday entertained at afternoon Li k tjl U luting It bridge. A salad courso was served. au assured that Judgu C. J. T. Adams and daughter. Miss Iva Ma. fiud, will land Uie ap- Monday from Uardwell, Ky., a if Uiitrict ' Attorney of returnedMrs. Adams was carried for where set; 111,3 plum carries with Interment. ,. t- l. , Lj with Dr. Bulling- i.UI hlui. C Tho City Council of Fulton has j an asvd rosldenl of raised tho water rent, Well, roiiio Miss Alia Boatwright, of Clinton, ijufcdcralo soldlor, died folks In that town don't drink much is visiting Dr. A. Wright's family. i t;i ugu 73. water anyway. iiiiMlay uioruliiK, Li t. d ly threo children Miss Sue Ramer closed her school a.. j John, of Fulton, and Willis Wilson, agent for tho relia at Edmiston Tuesday. Miss Ramer O. K. Laundry, of Fulton, has ble movtd his headquarters to the storo is a teacher of rare ability. IN v .:k uiau stooped to pick of Fuqua, Helm Si Co. Fhono 1U. The following visitors were in u k r;Lit r a lady droiiued. - t u doing so sbo pick- -' Tho ladles of tho Embroidery Club Cayce tnis week attending the '. uf Uio neat wedding: Mr. and llttlo sum entertained Friday nfternoon at l'--" lavs 111 bu iKillt.t Hint tlid homo of Mrs. E. R. Ellison. Sev Mrs H. Flowers and Messrs. J. L. lpn t ptoplu you ro pollto to. ern guests wero present. A salad Garrett and Grady Fowler, of Ken. course was served. ton, Tenn , Mr. and Mrs. Keiser, of ) .u Luy one or tbu urettk-s-t Leo Holder, who wns pardoned a Mounds, Ills., Mrs. Nell Pentacost, t'K.i ia this cltr. Wo will t.a' the house cannot bo few days ago that ho might spend his Rives, Tenn , Misses Griffey, Mos.yo wnlls, as forl w j. (jtxiil and Is almostmill. last days outsldo prisonMrs. Cox,died cow, Misses Swan, Ethel and Mayme at Naylor, Friday at tho homo of U rpnkfitm for Hickman, Miss Rubye RaU J.J ftAtit a hnrirnln nntilv In Nashville, where ho was taken when r ICr-.ho camo out of prison. Holder mur mer. Moscow. dered his father In Obion county, and F Wtdneiday evening Mn. L. Mr. A. W. Fowler and Miss Nina was first sentenced to hang. Then Moo tntertalnf d a la ra num. Gov. I'attersou commuted his sen McClellan were married at the M. of friends I E. Church in Cayce, Feb. 1. The al "500," in honor tenco to Ufa lmprlsoumout. "1.4. I.McKav.of TjiiiUvIIIi.. Splllors and Miss Attn Aug- - bride wore a beautiful gown of white Davis of Mn R T. Tyler. There 11 n. both of Cabool, Mo., wero married taffeta trimmed in lace. The church "uuDiti A delicious salad at tho homo of tho bride's parents on was beautifully decorated in pink w Jnnuary SCth, Rev, Moss officiating. and white. Mrs. Keiser, of Mounds, served. Davis Splllers Is well known to many S;;3 I a,,,,; P....r M.IU Will Hickman people, having been born Ills., was matron of honor and Miss -. . LI n.i.l if lit Tenia Griffey, of Moscow, and Miss IM : tL i' ti.tifrm,. nI ui.d reared near Stato Lino. totr.s murdered lko Toombs, Jessie Wall, of Cayce, were bridesm Iu.',c3 Reach Hargls must servo his sen maids, and j. L. Garrett, of Kenton, on Christmas ' ts uiui Indicted by tlio tenco of Itfo Imprisonment for tho Tenn , best man. Miss Mary Atte-berr- y Tuy wt'ro murder of his father, JamoH Hargls, Im i : Kra"u Jury played the wedding march and i.r.i rc iiuarccruted In tho according to a finding handed down a t.tr ,111 by the Kentucky Court of Appeals. Bro. Walker officiated. After the Hnrgls had asked for a rehearing or ceremony the bridal party repaired - T, A. Ledford entertalnrrl a his appeal to tho court, and It wns to the home of the bride where rele number of frUnH. refused. freshments were served. The conl from 2 30 to 5 at Rook. Services at tlio Methodist church tracting parties are both prominent l;.y,emne tables. Candy was noxt Sunday; Sunday School at t:45 young people of this town. Mrs. n, m., preaching by tho pastor, Rev. Fowler is a lady of rare accomplish"la.d and alted nuts were G. W, Wilson, IX: a. m., to parents, ments, a fine musician. Mr. Fowler Laev nf .r.- children. r'u- i. young peoplo andsormon, A At 7:00 is an employe of the M. St O. Ry., general P. m., a gospel Sine names of those present.) Invitation Is given for nil services. and a young man nf sterling qualiU Members aro especially requested to ties. They will return in two weeks Persons whn rkws from their honeymoon trip to Mobile. attend. re for loon ,;ii A... 1wt-r- o 1 -'I ii f . "- pr year, F. & S. L. Dodds Co. to Jno. R. Luten, four acres land, $200. John C. Lnwson to L. W. Elliott, land, $5,575. R. A. Alexander ct al to A. of Union City, 162 acres land, $11,287.60. Blanton Tally to E. O. Overby, lot In East Hickman, $75. Vertllo nnd Grace Donnell to L. A. Donnell, interest in land, $250. T. F. Benton to A. O. Caruthors, Improved property in Old Hickman This property Is located Just west of tho electric light plant. J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. to S. M. Naif eh, houso and lot In Old Hick6 J. 4 2 Kins, Norris res res Co.... Office Offico 48 Hickman Ice & Coal 12 Hickman Packing Co 10 Helm & Ellison 21 Hickman Courier 9 Hickman Drug Co Store Offico 20 Store Hickman Furniture Co 48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co. ...offico 67 Hickman Wagon Co office 11 Hickman Hardware Co Store 150 Hubbard & Blackford, Drs.. office 53 Hickman Bank 26 Hubbard, Dr. J. M res 33 6 27 Kirk, R. II Ledford Sc. Roadie Lcet, A. U grocery Store rea Offico man, land, $2,350. to- f Tho grnnd Jury at Fulton returned nn Indictment Friday against John I'lllow, Tlno Doaz, Tom Ilowlln and Tom Hunter, charging them with tho mi rder of Robert J. Bugg, at Fulton Inst December. Tuesday, I'lllow and Iiowlln wero roicased on bonds of $500, and Hunter's bond was fixed at $1'50. lioaz. the negro, could not fill his $500 bond and is in Jail. Tho Fulton Commercial has tho following to say; "Carl Wagstcr, who before tho grand Jury, swore that ho saw tho mi n accused of murdering commit tin deed, sprung a sensation when piaced on tho stand ns a witness tho accused men. Ho said tiiat Officers Carter and Gholson, after gottlng him drunk, obtained from him a signed statement setting forth In detail tho supposed facts In tho enso. Wagster further charged that tho officers then forced him to tell tho story to tho grand Jury for which he was to rccelvo $25 and his from Jail, ho being charged with bootlegging." G. S. Miles $3,500. C. W. Miles, Jr., W. T. Hamlett to U. S. Thacker. 2 Moore, Frank S "Hamlett Tobacco Factory" In Ful28 Newton, Jas. C ton, $600. E. A. Pewitt to D. M. Wado, land, 31 Noonon, Joe $1,300. res Co. Jail rea Res. Storo R. H. Speight to Sam Matthews, 32 Phelps, Geo land. East Hickman, Rice. N. L. Mattlo Boyd to Tom McLtn, lot In 14 Rice, h. C. $2,300. $100. 42 lu East Hickman, $100. Jno. Cotton to F. S. Moore, lot In East Hickman, $100. W. T. Hamlett to A. T. Conlay, lota In Fulton. $7,000. J. T. Thompson to B. D. Howell, houso and lot in Crutchfleld, $500. J. H. Nelson to Joo Thompson, col., lots In East Hickman, $490. B. D. Howell to R. A. Howell, land, $1,000. Tom McLIn to Jno. A. Cotton, lot 52 Seat & Leggate 4 3 Speight, R. H. 77 Smith & Amberg Stahr, Edward Sudberry. W. T 5 2 Self, Tom 1 Southern Express 25 132 livery Res. Store res Store Co Rea. Offico Rea. Southern Wood Supply Co., to- - C. F. Beckham, their otflco building nnd lot in West Hickman, $323.60. 43 Townaend, J. A 44 Townsend, Otis 41 Townscnd, Jamea 35 Wheeler, L. P. 30 Wright, Ed Res. Res. Rea. grocery W's don't consider ourselves any authority on .the subject, but In our opinion theso aro Indeed small bonds upon which to rcleaso men charged with wilful murder. Bath Room Beauty BURTON A ON BOND. !r- t.i..,.. and garnishee m., -- rr: Kkman Furniture Co..' and h; 8ame at once. This ns Mvertiiing wilinp nf ' vuii eVPrvnn. TOM DILLON, Jr City Marshal. lUtS,.,.,llrjM,ue w state En. .l.tj rri'o nn office of As I di.r;T?"Wl:'lt, Attorney for i, ,f, ,"!O0ks, of Qravos MM hni. Itaiiow Iw r P. This ....ii . lU0 taxpay of Um crs' tUllO of IS.Olin n v.,n had laA ...... u! ruuy Part of n. V1 lhl) committee, aeth "UUOdy u rauaeu run w UU, ! . ..... " PnoBv-aiVh- lN "h?.ho Its untlmo-i,i..."- '. ' l. iuuiiu 'ho cru"ted. n.o Hop ''I,08t' o H J tho Al0r"y did not ,n tuo Sam 11111 special term of tho Fulton Circuit Court convened at Fulton Monday to try tho motion for ball mado last week by nttorneys for L. W. llurton and for John I'lllow, Tom Ilowlln, Tom Hunter and Tlno Bom, all of whom nro charged with murder. L. W. Burton, charged with tho wilful murder of Detective- Ernest Wruy, was released from custody under a $5,000 bond. Commonwealth's Attorney R. L, Smith mado a motion to. set asldo the motion for ball but tho court over ruled tho prosecutor aud tho trial was entered Into. The names of about 18 witnesses wero called and all of them put undo i tho rule. Tho court room was densely packed all day with eager spectators and tho court frequently had to demand better order and twice threatened to cleur tho courtroom. Every Inch of Uio ground wns stubbornly contested by tho lawyers. Commouwelth's Attorney Smith Is being assisted by County Attorney Jas, Honey. Mr. llurton has tho grentest array of lawyers that Western Kentucky affords. When placed on tho wituoss stand Mr. Burton told tho Btory of tho killing lu a quiet, calm manner and readily answered all questions. Ho was not disconcerted by tho cross examination, and on tho whole mado a pretty good witness for himself. O secret of making your bath room beautiful m the installing of modern plumbing fixtures. If your tfwi-- a Porcelain fixtures are old and ununit&ry, a new Enameled bath or lavatory will work wonders in the appearance and sanitation of your bath room. Decide now to change from the old to the new and let us quote you prices on these fixtures. They cost less than you imagine. We estimate at any time and guarantee all work to atify you. Repair jobs given prompt attention. The hieh-srad- e. HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. Inc. Ilrooks' R. L. Bradley has returned from the St. Louis markets, where he spent several daye this week buying goods. COTTON & ADAMS TO CURE RHEUMATISM 'Preserfptlon ( RESORT FOR'GHOSTS IS WHERE IT WORKED. ' ' .ad 'that Cured Hundredt BY FIRE DESTROYED u.8,nee .Puhllshed Here. "One ounco ryrup of Snranparilla compound U ono ounco Toria com pound; Add thoio to n half pint of Rood OLD STONE HOUSE BURNED ANP wblrdsey: Taka n tablcspoonful beHANDSOME 8P00K 18 ROUT. fore cadi rnonl and nt bed ttmo; BY THE FIRE. ED Shake thdibottlo well each time," ingredients Any druggist has theso Philadelphia. A favorlto resort for ta stock or will quickly net them from ghosts has been burned. It was knnwn bis wliolesnlo houso. Good result nro tho Rinnn hotmn nnd was built by Ml from this trentmont nftcr tho first Stephen Olrnrd, 150 years ago. Noth few dares but It should bo continued ing remains but tho wans; even mo on 111 c;ircI. Tills also acts as a system ghosts havo neither been seen nor bonder, eventually restoring strength heard since tho fire. vitality. If tho stories that havo been current in tho Neck for tho last CO years or TOO LATE. of n nrn trim thean choats wcro great number and varloty. Somo of them date back to Stephen uirara s limn nnrl others nrn nld to havo COtUQ to live there when tho old plaeo was used as a military prison during tho civil wnr, nnd still another Is the ghost of the handsomo young man who all foolishly hanged himself to a -- Hints For Hostess 11 A Wonder-Bal- TIMELY SUGGESTIONS "Whllo wo wero 6n otir honeymoon, always spoku Kronen o my husband. so that no ono should understand us." "So you went to Franco, did your for Those Planning Seasonable Entertainments 01 palm, jou know; Two Dklrs Party. Utile love pal", one or two, rainbow and wonder Of onr nt-- l Imrtd will do. This was Or ball party combined nnd It was a .V waist tlm Mi to a tmnrar.. to l most delightful nffalr. There wcro And two rlr awert, tli And soven guests, nil people who knew You'll It nnd Hp an soft and ivmplrta. your lMtprlnt how to knit, and In this age with tho revival of many of tho lost arts tknlt-tinToast to a Dr-'- j. ' nroong them) many young maids This Is a charming sentiment tt and matrons know how 'to wuld tho send to a hrldo on her wrddlng dny, The or tuny be given ns u toast If tht needles In an expert manmr hostess produced balls, one of each right opportunity offers. There havo of the rainbow colors, tho guests tak boon numerous requests (or n verso ing one from tho pretty basket passed of (his kind, nnd nftcr careful search by the little daughter of th house Ing I think Is tho best of nil the onet Tho object to bo started was optional I havq looked over lately: a pair of mittens for a small child, TO A 1UHI)B. a scarf, a wee sweater, a pair of All earthly tood 1 wlah titer, knee pads; all theso were commenced. All gtKHl tor the and thine. As tho knitting progressed, ll'tlo And still nut only earthly l of-Ji- wt Mp!M-rt-r- tt. Added lci the Un, Whiskers. A Homan poet told ot the pride one to This Famnnc i of tho Into CaesnrS look In his great Oroncgo.Mo,-.r- -.. whiskers, on some of the wlldwoad vous wreck. vva.ni n.s I hAvs seen beards some Hill llllllcs float feet long, a swltoh of tho looso ends hanging out from under tho waistcoat Others braided tho growth nnd tied It Et!"7 taotl around the neck, while atlll others braided It around tho waist, tying It behind like npron atrlnga, Ono told ivtf mo ho combed nnd plaited his every Ifl J night, and put It away Into a long linen bag or nightgown, so as lo keep It from gotllng all tangled up with his wife nnd his feetNew York Tress, I ty- Rt "l !f4i $100 Reward, $100. Kan'Vff'.iWeOBl a Victim Much loo lato for you. Your ;jal Just got my watch. WHY PEOPLE SUFFER. Thief Whafs tho time, please? .and tho sufferer Top, often tho kidneys aro tho. cause is not awnro of It. EIck Iddnoya bring backache and side pains, lameness and stiffness, dizziness, headaches, tired feeling, urinary troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills euro tho -- fered from kidney trouble for years. Tho secretions wcro ills ordered', t h o r o wre pains In ray back and swellings of tho ankles. Often I had'smothcr. Ibc spells. I had to bo helped about Doan's Kidney Pills cured rno five The Ghost of a Handsomo Young Man. yca,rs, ago .and I have been well since. rafter In tho ecllor of tho old bouse Thry caved my life." ; For because, a 'girl' wouldn't marry him nemembcr the! name-DoaxaJo by all dealers. CO cents a .box. smack off. This was over 50 years n's. mm Mrs. N". E. o s, Vllllsca, Iowa, eays: "I sufcause. 1 rt wcro unwound. Tho first ono was awarded a lovely box of homo-mndcandy, tho ono who found her treasures tho last had a home made cake, beautifully Iced. This party was given for friends who did not play cards and cost no more than the average card party. Tho refreshment table was especially pretty; at each cover there was a tripod made of steel knitting uoedlea from which was suspended a weo brass kcttlo (doll size) filled with alted nlmonds. A chafing dish was used for creamed chicken and mush rooms nnd there was coffee and choco served In tall glasses with small llut all (hat I ill vine. May earth and heaven minute. May earth ami heaven - en. All throsa-l- i your earthly Journey, Till ets your earthly un. !- Th heart that you. hsr Rtven. The henrt that' alven to ran. May both txt linked tncethr. May both be good and true. tn sUmhlne and In hdiwt In elnhlna: and In nnc. May lipven tile your Mntfln. Throusliout your whd lit Ions. Ttx reader ef thai naive wra beVwuni t that then I st leut on. arexied dm tk.l trwtrt fca TOTit la nro h ut tu turn u4 thai n caiantk. Hairs Catarrh Oir kj il onir fa.ll-- . rw .aa.n la taa trteUiral rraierrtflf, tvuut a onaMiitunai dknwa. rem eoaMitv ueauneat. liar .aiam it-- , n uit av Uw bk4 am raurixj leraany. artkar Ctmuy , wrtara ol Ih sytleB-- UWtr tkatrayw -- lb SxixtalM Vt lb d tmmt. U4 litTki Uw alMI rueecth bf kMM ap ta (oMRattua aad rar aof air m nain na vara, in -- nt(rtf-in K tanrli faith 1 II nraura twm lhal tbet aRt Un llumtrM IMIar M aar caaa Ua U lailt W rv. rtend rw im ef ia a V. u'- '-- iai uI tu pains In lower ru iWl vomi lephtJjsnioJJ lala KiM tr n ln(iaUL'rie.ax Jsairi raaUiy liu tatl(Uia. cakes. f Tesfjer-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y, Wisdom of a Cook. Mr. Honeyinan looked hopefully ' at Norwegian pleasant, jjirl with whom the, manager of tho employment bureau had accorded him an Interview. "Can you wash and Iron?" he asked. "Yaas, I do dose," responded tho rosy-face- i - ' Untied to' beam J ' do dose,'" and Minna con- -' benevolently. "And you can cook., of course,' said ilr- - Honeyman. rCaa?" said Minna for the third time. "I do dat tine ven.ypu keep her feusy so she do not help me." Youth's Companion. I points," "Yaas, Minna. And you eddr trait on tho table 1 mean will you and answer tho door bell?" Mr. Honeyman faltered. "My wife Is quite determined on these Interesting Problem. living thing that had something terKnlckcr New brooms sweep clean. rible ailing Its eyes; and, what was IJocker Will new vacuums, also! worse, something terrible on Its mind. It had been untenanted hut for tho ghosts, of course fbr rnany, mnny HER WEIGHT INCREASED occupy it Tho FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. years. Anally last toabsolutely before; It was and deserted was .a blacksmith who risked working there In the daytime. He rigged up Wonderful Praise Accorded In the room shod Remedy a bellows and Glrardhorsesfussed up for , Perunathe Household had that Stephen Mrs. Marls, Goertz, Orients, Okla- his jualn parlor. And thero was some thing sort of uncanny, they say, about homa, writes: , "My husband, children .and myself the sight of a horse walking In wo al- through the front door of what was bave used your mcdlclnes.nrid ways keep thorn In til .houta In caso of once one of the finest mansions in all Beceaslty. 1 was .restored to health by the city, this medlclno, and Sr. ITartman's in-- Even the blacksmith had to beat it aaluablo advice and books. .Pcoplo ask after a .time. The ghosts didn't like - jatout mo from different places, ana are the nolso about, tho children said. . asrprlscd that I can do nil of tny house- - They Just sort of got after the black and that I was cured by tho smith, and he had to pack up his tools wroilc alone, My husband and go away. Alter that there wasn't - doctor of chronic catarrh. was cared of asthma, my daughter of a soul who would risk more than a aracho and catarrh of tho stomach, and few minutes in the Stone house, and my eon of catarrh of tho 'throat. When they always came out In a hurry, ask' I was sick I weighed 100 pounds ; now I Ing "it you heard that," moaning queer nrelfrh 110. noises. "I havo regained my health again, and Some time before tho worm widow. , cannot thank ypu enough for your moved Into the Stone house, and with 1 May God clve you a long Ufa her went to live her handsomo young advice. uad bless your work." son which brings us to the story. Nono other was bo than tho handtiorao young gentleman whoso ghost tho chil Wa Buy dren of tho Neck are certain is look' Ing sadly for a new home. To the last tho Stone bouse was tho Hldos an property of tho Glrard estate. Lacking Wool another name, it got to be called the Faathara. Tallow. &MIWU Seal, Glnaans, Golden "Wild (Yellow Stono house. Stono House lano was Riot), May Appl. Olnier. named after It in turn. fate, yr o ar oiinni omw Looitvlllo" -- ago. Tho ghost of this handsomo young man Is tho most popular one and tho one roost often socn by tho children of the section. His Is the story most often told, too, and there are old tlm-er- a still living within ft stono's throw of what remains of the Stone house, who can tell It so terribly well as to make any child's blood feel exactly like soda water and to fetch to your cars the very creak of tho ratter that groaned under the swinging body whllq thei pretty young girl that tho handsome young man bad the streak on was off gayly dancing with another fellow. Deforo tho flro got It the Stono house was familiar in tho daytime as a magnificent rambling pile of gray stone. Its windows were all battered out years ago,, and to the children who passed that way In the dusk of the evening, and to some of tho older residents, too, It had tho appearance of a An Anecdote Party. With a dinner Invitation went tho request that each guest come prepared to tell a good story or an anecdote. In this way tho hostess Insured herself against that dreadful calm which all hostesses so dread. I heard a clever woman say once that she felt that each guest owed It to himself or herself, as tho case might be, to make it a bounden duty to be as brilliant as possible at any social function. Story telling may be cultivated. as with everything else practice makes perfect Keen a hook jvlth.brisht sayings In It nnd .consult It while dressing. Tlt-Dlt- s . for a Muslcale Luncheon. luncheons nnd teas As muatcalo seem to bo tlie correct thing Just now. the followlnir Quotations are appro priate for monu'eards 'or programs. ThrV'' murte IrPall tlilnsnK irttn had tf a: I rm. ., lien we UI sit, and Jet th sound of our eari!music brmk on , A January Luncheon. This was given for a brldeelecl whoso birthday hnppenrd to bo on tht date selected for tho luncheon at which tho guests wero to be tho maldi and matrons of the bridal party. Sc tho hostess used this as a keynote fat and tho glrli tho decorations, "chipped" In and bought nn exqulsltt Occasionally a the vll or bar pin of garnets accon young man after girl dlacovera thatIsn't her own heart pnnled by tho following verselel: after It at all. Hr her who tn tht month I born. No gem save garnet should he wirn iirri'.siHTf.n rit.im Ther will iMure her entancy. jtux at"hlacVl IU'Ma eera h. alt rar rew4 twT i.M r.UaM taodMIl ataa ai M fait. Tru friendship and nd.llty. - Xw.Mm.IIksmiI, a1imUi. The box was done up In red paper notoriety olteu luru out lo Cheap and all the tablo decorations wrrt red. Including candles which wcro Is bo an exienslve luxury. glass holders.- Tho flowers were rvd HAT. rn.r.H C'ttHI'.ll i carnations, with a lovely bunch tied fXUt oiTta."Tl.s-aiet- IXSTOU .ate aer ea t lirfcler. nBM. nira4id 111., la with red tulle on tho back of lh f tm. llafl4. guest's of honor's chair. The favort Mea who havo ndvlce to give aro boxes cov were quaint hea't-shapered with deep red satin, tho mono never sllngr with It gram of bride and bridegroom worked out In red beads. Uquld-pleasant tin tint a. ' 1 f flTimr Ijdh y.Pb.iha' When I lave here shall have to i. rB depend on my brains for a living." many cava of fera!a iniij Don't take such n pcsaltnlstlc view Ubrold tamorsiltinralirlta of things." Cornell Widow. "lur' "at lx3 e ii For Headache Try Hicks' Capurilne. Whether from Cold. Heat, fttmiiarh or Nervous trouble, lha aehr are speedily rellered br Cajiudlne. If lions totiiLymJcfJitcd tn lake KlTreta Immediately. 10, X and tA at Drug Store, Awful Thought. I tl. l.i J Bad sionucn cm My tongue Brel : T , 'Tor months I bJrrrUtroc'J rrr'- 1 ' grass, aiy breath rurcriUl: weekssafrieodrccac-vrair- lu Bwd au la d lta sctj. i .-anil after mm Vn cheerfully uy list tity kl cured mc I thenjort HrtctJ aoau rrcomsjeaj uxtatai tni' from sach IroclittV- -t tira. lMltUlraf ru-i- B d drs cat". ' CIT THIS OTT to 8t t rr I lllll 7thSt..NtTa souvenir 'tjla tzi r ral ril tt CeJ 1 rJ Dca tki MAPAMK MKItlll. Stops Neural Ttiui pas our Jbyoua tioura away. cooxi With flowrrs, and mun . hats of the The largo rolllng-brtand Gainsborough typo hold first place for friend. afternoon nnd evening wear. I am never merry when I hear aweet Small boys sre wearing , mualc tor hats In cloth, bearskin and cordu S roy. tho ear flaps silk lined. Rome to Ihn church repair, Not for tho doctrine, but the mutle Fine gold wlro Is entwined through there. curls, while Immense cabochons of dull Music exalta each Joy. allay each erlf. coloring appear In tho hair. Mandarin Is the name given to n Ami softly the delicate Tell was beard. yellowish tan. while Corinth la nn ex uia avno murmur oi'iu.v ur ina nuir. ui tremely faded shade of old rote. uira, Two rich materials, taxstry and Music Is wvlhlps eli but wild, sound fur, aro to bo found on some lovely civilised loio' tune, and time. little turbans, and tho effect Is beautl . ful. Recipe for'Hspplness."' The new scarfs this year are wide, Thn following camo to tho denart- - perfectly flat and very long. many. this Is the season when reaching to below the knees In front. ricnl. nnd bc rules and suggestions for "happiness" While tho abort coat has lltjle vogue are in order wo prim it. Tue recipe (or the winter. It la predicted tbat it may be nccompanlcd by water color will bo the leader In tho spring styles. or pen and ink sketches. Hero Is tho As trimming on daytlmo dresses j 'recipe;" aud crenlng robes, beads aro used with Take a hall dlnjly lit. great success. They aro seen In nil two may a". A pair of ataira-wncolors. Of muslo soft a. bar or so. . . 4 j. i - tam-o'-sh- si .rw i Pains are The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia also o at of the nerves. Sciatica is by excitement er Embroidery -- Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external nerves, J stops neuralgia pains at once, quiets the wnar-that feeling of numbness which is often a paralysis, and by its tonic cucci u muscular tissues, gives penimiitni . ate relief. n aAnnKeaiinn -Rel eved the fain.Uliu with It since." appto mnt. After on. application tha pain ltt her and as Ui w " FURS Of half century In la 18S6-"- Ov nid an dobettoe for you thin igwtt or commllilon msrtfcinli. Rtfironc, any Wrlto for wwtly price Bank la leiilivills. list and shipping tag. Still is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Joints and Sprains and alt I'a-ns- - Sloans Liniment if..,., sent Kre AddreM MASS. DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, niuaai 229 E. Markit St. M. Sabel and LOUISVILLE, KY. Sens, DlKCOVKltVl Arrjr10C VVNKW rellwl aiwl cur., wort kit 'IrnWr-J- I 1000,111 i.ulca If UK a. to an tit I. dara' trvauuenv Pise's Mil Don't Cough! Use Celebrating. "What was that terrible nolso going on in ropktn s apartment last night!" asked Wlckley of tho Janitor: "They wero celebrating their wood en wedding," smiled the Janitor. "Mrs. Popkln was hitting I'opkln on the iiead with a rolllng pln." "Knocking wood for luck, eh?' grinned yickley, as he passed on, wbllo tho Janitor chuckled. Harper's weekly. Reflections. How much did you pay the minister when we wore mar Post-Nuptl- At Alt Druggists. Trice tlBo, IIa" 1 aM0OaM.aaaaatMa..... 1 If er.r ou wl.bd for a horn. In California Wrl llou. eolgulilss and bomMuaslas pair book in "California - Now Novel . .lun-aas d"V noderiafc''. lffit0 i j jaho. Mrs. Uonham Bonham ou..Bnd.tooior4- neaf color. II. It, IIUIIISILI. ,.... ",,, n-- nt i"!"' K. 205 LaSa"e m I MST UKM YOU (OUMSWVW Will initantl njiava vnur a thin 4 throat. There is notblag lika It for Asthma,; BreneaUU mad Ino trouble, Contains do opiates. Very pleasant to take. All DniacUU. 23 cants. -- mlt that Press. I, paid him Don't ask me; I bate to anything. N. ' ' in is HintE for a ornamontlng tho corner at a pretty design Thrown Down. Poet Hero la a poem entitled "VJaj Do i L.tv; Editor It is a mstery, Isn't ltT tnako a clear tracing of It, rub a soft handkerchief,, satln stltch with 'small Mack-leapencil oyer tho back, plact dots for filling somo of tho leaves Is tracing black side down on hundker worked with flno cotton a, U frolx; chlof, thon go over the design with the panels are two lines of satin hard pencil, a clear outllno will bi stitch, and In this initials are to le left on hundkerchlef. worked. The design is not hard to cotnplt. To transfer design tq handkerchief; BREAKS A COLD IN A DAY And Curst any Cough that la Curable. Notsd Physician's Formula. This is said to bo tho most effective remedy for coughs and colds known to science. "Two ounces dlycerlne; halt ounce Concentrated Pino; Put these into half a pint of good whiskey and Bsa in doses of tcacpoonful to a table-spoonful every four hours. Shako bot tle well oach time." Any druggist has tbeso ingredients in stock or will cbarg or Charles D. Norton, assist quickly got them from his wholeaate ant secretary of the treasury, who houso. Tho Concentrated Pino Js a bandies the annual eitlrsataa for all special plno product and comes only departments, and ho tut not ret ex- In half ounce vials each enclosed In an amined a (Ingle public office without air tight case: nut bo suro It Is labeled finding fault! to be cured and tho ex "Concentrated." This formula cured penie to be cut off. The trouble Ilea hundreds hero last winter. largely In an unnecessary numbor of employee and a consequent system of A PROPOSAL . eomDrsnen loafing and shirking that would not - Th . ill.. be tolerated In any prlrate buslnoas. ...m l in toe Much of the Investigation so far .j t . ..ITinilllCUk nMivM made has been the personal work of ' ... ina i e mull i Mr, Norton. Thus In an office under 1 Not only the treasurer of tho United States he ,,mirr. found the work far behind and an ap. the aeuariiue-- " plication for more employes on Mo. .named, ' uui btci " . BtiU Mr. Norton went to this office nt nine . i. ...re atStl will . TMI Will 1UC1UUV In the morning, when business Is supposed to begin, and found It empty. . i. ..... -itiiora douici 1'resently a few of the clerks arrived, ....mm omee. every posi but It was ten o'clock before all of mo them were there and at work. At ill cibff oOci wnere i. ..n.nrtitd. Tb nrom- - 11.30 some of them went out to lunch, . w. c.n.tor Aidncn. aur- - and It was 1:20 before all of them wore again at thttr desks. Shortly after four Uiiy begin to leave the to 40 pr cent is poiDi Intlftftwlfw.Tmi ftlwflVB n.m In rn. ,i.l.tr.!lnn It timiDI to place, although the day's work Is not . supposed to be over until 4:30. At Joy eating my food, but my husband la that hour not a soul remained In the nover suited with UI - . . . rii . t i ui mnyr office. Dogear Say, got a divorce and ..v has been After satisfying himself this was the marry met U fact, tome of thess dally routine In the office Mr. Norton sent fcr Charles II. Treat, then treas- EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH . . . that tt) htlil. urer, and exploded his bomb. He ori. VILLAGE an1 flfflfi ! h dered that Instead of Increasing the l In that office it was to be reforce "la Dowlala, South Wales, about tidr tfflclfnoj ana i tn duced. This was done and the office years ago, families wore strick. K nt Th Ail has so Increased In efficiency that It la en wholesale by a disease known as far e nouih to doing more work than U ever did beii feu ton . . 1. Jmni fore, and Is fast catching up on Its the Itch. Delleve me. It Is tho most terrible dlseoso of its kind that I i . i...atlttlnn la iifinpr back business. know of, as It itches all through your body and makes your life an Inferno. c- 7:1 Sleep Is out of tho question and you mmm aWs hatw tm sWs A 1W WW llfw V T f. fool as if a million mosquitoes were thirst for opulenca seizes blm the attacking you at the same time. I temptation to sophisticate his product knew a dozen families that were so becomes Irresistible. His first false step may stem harmless It may be affected. "The doctors did their best, but nothing worse. Indeed, than the addi tion of some sterlllied wood pulp to tholr remedies were of no avail whatever. Then the families tried a drugswaeaiaawAjs-av his pie filling but that first false step It fatal. Ere long he Is launched upon gist who was noted far and wide for remarkable cures. Peoplo came a dlssy career of chicanery and sub- his him from to all parts of the country terfuge. Abandoning apples and for treatment, but his medicine made tbtmlit, Intaf peaches entirely, he begins to fill his matters still worse, as a last resort pies with carrots and turnips. Instoad tit itory which bat they wero advised by a friend to use I I u. " of flour, be tries plaster of purls: In H. VI wis.. .n.i.. DDLU . .!. is t1uia-. - stead of soup meat, cat meat; Instead the Cutlcura Remedies. I am clad to s au r.UICB or augar. New Orleans molasses; In toll you that after a fow days' treatment with Cutlcura Soap, Ointment iMf d teeth, but, being ex- - stead of magnesia, manganese. Final ly, Instead of baking his pies, he mere and Resolvent, tho effect was wonderful and tho result was a perfect cure ly varnishes them with shellac, nfa tatsp ha trurlr a. atlrk No wonder the ordinary mince pie In all cases. "I may add that my three brothers, of our hostelrles and eating houses. til minad fmm hla im.im r our public banquets and our cook throe sisters, myself and all our fam stands bear an evil name. No wonder ilies have been users of tho Cutlcura ud aaothtr In Ohio. It Is nvolded as a pestilence, even by Remedies for fifteen years. Thomas shoe drummers. And yet mince pie. Hugh. 1650 West Huron St, Chicago, oUu bj the ordinary per se. Is not nefarious. Made at II L, Juno 29, 1909.' home, and without too great a depend A Real Catastrophe. s ence upon and other culln 1'hlllp, aged Is tn the habit of cinioa daDceri lark. ary debris, It may be both nourishing going across four. tho street to a neighbor's e v a ininiia nr a h a and palatable a sound and even de houso for milk. One day In Decern lightful viand, with something of lob' bor ho returned homo with an empty ster salad's hearty solidarity and bucket and a grave face. "We can't something of the wiener schnitzel's got any moro milk," ho announced in devlie only the best and haunting mystery. Made upon the cast a Uao weighty with the importanco - ern shore of Maryland, where pleology v ua aaw of his message. "The cow's dried ffBUtfi? fruit. hnnif imin Is an art as noble as piano playing or up." And, as wo stnred In surprise therapeutics, It may rise even high- at htm, ho suddenly clinched the mat- er than that, becoming a true victual tor with nn observation, evidently of rRKtf, msEnetla and anltlne of the s and ranking with his own: "They don't think that bam Smlthfield salad and fried she'll thaw out Ull spring." Tho Do- A fit COtft fin KnA IK. mm smelts. I la oa tor. After the Loafers Real Early Rising. Farmer Drown and Farmer Joaes were near neighbors, and many a dispute took place a.i to who was the earlier riser. Uoth maintained that each excelled the other. Ono day Farmer Drown determined to put tho subject lo test. Mslngvery early ono morning, about two o'clock, he proceeded to visit his friend. Oreat was hlii astonishment when he saw Mm. Jones hanging out tho cloth's In tho garden, "Farmer Jones nbout?" ho asked. 'Well," replied tho lady, "ho was tho first part of tho mornln', but I dunno where ho bo now." Profeaslonsl Conduct. Ono of the best stories told about Mr, Dlrrell concerns a poor client, whose case ho took up for nothing. When tne cue had been won, tho cli ent grntcfu'ly ncnt him tho sum of His, which he accepted in order not to give offenso. A colleaguo reproached him Strong Healthy Women a woman is strong and healthy In a womanly way, moth tthood means to her but, little suffering1. The trouble lit In the fact that the many women suffer from weakness snd disease ol the distinctly feminine orfanlsm sod are unfitted lor motherhood. This can be remedied. II Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Cares the weaknesses and disorders of women. It acts directly oa the delicate and Important organs concerned la motherhood, malting them tiaalthy, strong, vigorous, virile and elastic. "Parorita Presorlptioa" banishes the Indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy snd almost nalnleaa. It oukkens and vitalizes the feminine healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women harsw. sad insures testified to its marvelous merits. It Make Sick Women Writ It MmIccm Weak Women Strong. Honest drutfists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as law' remedy. H as food." Accept no secret nostrum in place of Ibis or ioiui loess contains not a drop of alcohol and not a (rain of . dnis. Is a pure flyocrlo extract of healing, native American roots. orsns. non-tecr- tt hablt-formi- .. nni ii however, for this "unprofessional conduct" In taking leas than gold. "Out I took all tho poor beggar had," said Mr. Dlrrell, "and I consider that Is not unprofessional." M. A. P. Free to Our Readers. Write Murine Kye Hcmcdy Co., CWca-t- o, llluatratrd Kye Ilook Free. for iViite nil about Your Kye Trouble and they will advise nn to the Proper Application of the Murine Eye Ilemedles In Your Brwlal Cane. Your Druxgiat will tell you that Murine llelleves Bore Eyei, Htrenjtthrns Weak Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Hoothrs Eye 1'aln, and sella for COo. Try It In Your Eye and In IJaliy's Eyes Xor Scaly Eyelid and Granulation. How It Struck Him. "Dchold the wondrous beauties of yon sunset sky," exclaimed tho poet "How prodlcal nature Is with Its re splendent glories." m 104 lbs. of as reVasry Fcrilllttr Needs Sixteen Pounds of FcrtllUcr iimUm ta-ie- (UtlBl&S) Muriate or Sulphate oi i ritxea SOLDS MTPATT. . in Or SO OA POTASH io make it a MF wnurt or an, I. 11 a Jtcro niia' lbs ' Acid PnOSTOATB, 60 LBS ' PHOWHATSt AO I f I; I.il ferIf you prefer ready-mixe- d POTASH tilizers, insist on having enough AO LB3 fS. will pwemncV Potash in them to raise the crop well as to raise the price, crops as contain more than three times as much Potash as phosphoric acid. If you do not find the brand too It was found yean ago that the com- i sr Vi "Yes," answered the busy publisher, In an absent-mindetone, "It Is going some to throw In a colored supple ment every day." fli-to- A Examine, carefully every bottle of CASTOIHA, a safe and suro remedy tor Infanta and children, and see that It Bears the Slgnaturo In Use For Over HO Years, The Kind You Have Always Bought "All the world's a stage." "And most of tho men and women merely supers." Cleveland Leader. For sMMna MUlaf. sofuu tha galu, rtdaaea MoethlosT Syrup. to-uem,auaripui.carawiaacuw. niwnui. Low shoes and high hats may be Important to Mothers. position of the crop is not a sure guide to the most profitable fertilizer, but it does nut take a very smart man to figure out that a fert Hirer should costala at least as much Potash as Phosphoric atld. Insist on having it so. make one by adding enough Petaafc make It rigbt. To Increase the ToUsh 5 per cent., add 10 pounds of Muriate or Sulpha of Potash to each loo pounds of miicfl fertilizer; to increase it IO per rmt , add 20 pounds. 1 Talk to your dealer and ask him to carry Potash in stock or order it tor you. It will pay you both, for Potash Pays Balttaw d fn ..... . r W n QERMAN For particulars and tnett tcrue to KALI WORKS, ContlnanUl Buildings 8tlghtly Altered. Mr. Wlnalnwa SGHIRMER'S HOUSEHOLD SERIES OF MUSIC NEVV. mentaJ, 01a I0OKS fasblonahlo extremes. ixXt rchtd a m 1a Your Liver or the homeclrrle. Kfty volnmea. Toeal and Inasns Best print. Superior ach abuut iies. jorcompieiecaiaiofrue. paper. Hslf a million in mix monina. nenn GO CENTS PER VOLUME POST PAID PRICE MUSIC BOOKS 110 T . it Clogged up f .. That's Why You're Tired Out erta Have No CARTER'S LP LIVER PILLS u. TWvdo tbordaly. Cure Carters bIbIbIbV IBS IV EST I Vols. I and II. tugh or low voice. containing ti f ororlta songe 07 aucti compoaera aat Own. dtKmn. CdarJt fisrm'tUt. Ilmtbttt, Airri!. Stmtr Tnti. ttr ft, StrtUM. Tkmai. SZ faTorlte aonira by VOL. II, contaUUng each compoaera aa: BtXmJ.JiKimn, C.rith. lUvilet. iniJtcK UtUn. NudUm, Sullivan, TtmtU. IfJum, tic. VOL. I, LATEST ADDITIONS Qalaxy Thi Planspieces Midirn Ssig Favtritts wltMn the a AollMtlon of plaver abDMe-ai- l aod not to be tbe araraae other similar illecUont. Comp rraenW: C'Simtna'U. T.Xrtr.O'VtUV-MfrimOodard. OrcoK Xnrtanof. Luck, luimund. rum. ii oa, ric . If. Oitratic Album AoollFetloaotoperatle fsntaslaaaDd crlDtluna. Moderatelr VOL. I. eontalntra left-over- v r baaataa, lwligaitlss, aal Sick HaaaWis. SkUU. MIX. MAIL Vast. HULL ttKt GENUINE Dual bear signature: Contalnlne 13 relebraud on by such farortte compoaera aa: Amlrtu, Ctuod. ffjprbr, Ifridlingtr. ATt'i. Jarktr. Jttdmtr, Sekntiktri StrtUtkt, li't9n. ,. Iims sf Sicrii Sirs Illjh orlow.Totce. dlamlt. and I 11 faTortta pperaat Manna, TroTLor,Vnr.TclL Kobcmlmn ein. Lneta. lnrltanl. Norma. lion liloTiMl. iTriscnaeu. tn inaroio. iuioicho. VOL. IL contalnlna II f aTorlMoperaa: 0ee on. nin, ITopnet. Carmen, riannaasaala. Mirnon. uaiauena, aui, Loneacrln. 1.. iw G. SCHIRMER, NEW YORK THE LAMEST MUSIC PUILISHERS IN THE WORLD. EST. IMS W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. first-clas- x k v .N a - rtRTY V,.. ...... jk .. tvtuiucu, Import sod export ....I.II.L . ... actum records litlc of the Of i I IV. r rann.w '. wg. lunraei, ana aur wt 11 months of 1S09 this . ni in. i m ..... ,H.,v,M yj . . Al department of intua Burvi1, . - kU. - at aurinr ina cor. m,i mr Bni near- ..... Uu,B lHan aunnc mat U.U1.U - 107 01 rttt rllemAr.4. tLI. " vuiiiiirii. fiTnniin t ii in i ii.ounnnn iKa Mhs of i07. this banner . .. .. . UA InMi.i.d ... yuiiuuuu . gems. - 'munas ine government ui cui this yoar collected $2,500,000 In dutlet. Delglum and tho Netherlands are tha countries selling most of tho stones to the United States. More than $40,000,000 worth of dla monds and other precious stone were Imported the first 11 months of 1909, These are tho correct figures and represent an Increase of $23,000,000 ovor the total of 190S and more than $3,000,000 over 1907, this country's record year for Imports of Jewels. During the calendar yoar the for clgn commerce of tho United States excoeded In value that of any earlier year with the exception of 1907. Inv ports were larger than In any previous 12 months, but exports will fall sotno- whnt below those of 1900 and 1907. A subject of Interest In the report Is the statement that exportation of food stuffs, both raw and manufactured, has fallen lower than any othor time for a decade. This gives rlso to ap prehension, especially as It Is accom panted by tho statement that, whlls other countries are selling to the unit ed fltatoi, this nation's trade with oth er lands has suffered. They had been engaged for exactly 47 seconds by tho cuckoo clock. He Asked Too Much. "Clara, dear," queried the happy youth, who had a streak of romnnco running up and down his person, "will you promise to lovo me forever!" "I'd llko to, Oeorge," replied the practical maid, "hut I really don't ex- poet to llvo so long." "Why did you tell your friend that True Friendship. the dressmaker had totally ruined your dress 7" "Ob, I simply thought It would make her happy." Fllegcndo Iilaottcr. Tor Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. Tha brit rrinedr for GrlDD and Colrii la Hicks' Capudlne. Ilellfvn the aching and fcvtrUhncri. mm (no cou iicidachea alio. It's Uqulrt Effects Immediately 10, X and Vie at Drug Btorn. When wo occasionally do meet a man whoso head hasn't been turned by success, wo naturally conclude that ho has a still' neck. We are not to blame because you sutler from Hhcumatipm or Neuralgia, but you are if you do not try Hamlin Wizard Oil. It quickly nootlies and allays all liain, aoiYtieM and inflammation. Tho average man Bpends moro money on a foolish habit than he does on bis wife's bats. iiMnnnrw i "iuivca juugje aui fi'S Ufa size insects, a close mlcroscopts study of the subject and the ability rlAVIS PA1NKII.I.KK chM and when fcur Address to shape tho different parts on Iden- tlcklln Ummt nun run that n annofln ruL4 k 3. This offer will not appear again. Writs for Sunbcrry seed snd Catalogue Ihreauaa. AlalldrvgnlualDXCManilWslwUUa. Do not neglect a at once. tical lines are details of Mrs. Holde Ono fisherman ought to believe the mann's work that must be followed Occasionally the human race is run 1 IVi yi?FTlLlTIITallBLBB. iWl J - h if.1 I SsTT?sT-yTs- j each time she molds a reproduction stories of another, but ho seldom docs. ovor tbo courso of truo love. Mrs, Heldcmann as a sculptor has onr produced busts of some of tho colub- - Tt jo cvnr. a com) inOulnlneday u Tablrti. 1JUATIVH liltoim Ir. rterea s 11m sent Pellets regulate snd sioutscb. rltles of tho day, but sbo says her art iinitfiluxvluniinjonr; If II rili Ui eur. 12. w, Uny.fraaulae.eai Uvrr snd bowels, each but. tuUke. lUuot(hiw. . "ueis Of bun fnr TTn.l. has never been more severely taxed ill ipnrninir A poor excusu is better tban none wl..ll... than It Is through her employment for Extremes meet when the hairdressUU10CV" llldnnl. l It It works. tho bureau of entomology of tha de er Is Introduced to tho chiropodist -. "' ten .. lli.ni-l- . Ik.t" .... partment of agriculture Tbo modols ISA of Insects covor virtually overy known "WCUp&tlon nf ra vinu iiui-il- l form of life In (bo world of bugs. ...I. : known n ....i -i The models are a truo reproduction, n fantastic in some cases and hideous lu Wo. others, and thoy furnish exceptional It t,wt M- means for persona Interested In agriniua culture to study both tho limocts that Hi of lou ciui. destroy crops and tho others that presrvu ei nws ugiy, ruuy, gray nalre. UN "fcA OREOLK" HAIR RUTORKR. PRICE, tl.OO, rsMAU- serve agricultural products. uic viuvciiiiuciii gigantic scale In comparison to th CREATION. A Luscious Berrv Rlnenlnd ia Three. Mnnlh. SEED 20 CTS. PER PACKET. 3 PACKETS FOR SO CTS. POSTPAID ... - IJ i TT CT- . .i TTt, 1. I. ....!. I J .L- - 1 Vfrktrp ... w.... .... m m. nines, mmnesa are iscts winch no one can i oi i Bet away (ram. The proofs are overwhelming in number and conclusive nairra in character. brown last year by 360,004 people. rrnltblae-blaeTH K SUNBSIIRV la m.n Inmnd fi like an enonnona rich blueberry In look a and taste. Unaurpaued tor eating-- raw, cooked, cauned or preserved In any form. Introduced eaclualvelT lust veap and v.hirh aB.i.i Tola crcat trait la equally valuable In but, dry, cold or wet ell It la ereaUy auperlor to the original type, and I alone have c en ulna tnatra. faaleat plaut In the world to stow, succeeding: anywhere and SCED20oporpkt.3 pkts.forBOci 7 for SI. OO. yielding' preat maaaea of rich fruit all aummer and fall. The greateat With every packetof aeed I aend a booklet civlng IOO R.nlnss tarn boon to the family earden ever known. Leaves and branchea are also ualng the fruit, raw,cookrd,cannect,prraervedelllcxl,aplccd.DUklaas. used for greens and are superb. Everybody can and will grow It. Jam, ayrup, wine, Itreeus, etc. It la auperlor for any of thcaeuaeav Luther Uurbank, of California, the world famoua plant Also a copy of my Cataloirue with every order which task. Wonderberry and turned It over to me to Introduce, lie about aayaofltt "This abaolutelr new berry plant la of great Interest and all "V. my $12,000 IN CASH PRIZES AND .' VeBetY.iraS2l?t . ajR'a. woo apply. 13 ?" . r., value aa It bears the moat delicious, wholesome and healthful bcrrlea Vi, i i tn utmost profusion and alwaya cornea true from aced." wi years iiiu.irntiuu. kdu ruiorcu piaice. a nave Decn in the READ MY CATALOQUE, pairea t and 3, for full description, 83 and have half a million customers all over the culture, uses, tte. (Also Colored I'late.) Withacorca of teatlmuuiala Complete satisfaction guaranteed to everyone. Do not fall tu from and reputable people all over tho country. Also many arrest Novrltlea I am oBcrlug this year of which the. BERRV la the greateat ever known. Us "Crime of ths Wonderberry." 1 -C" k LUTIIEK SUNBERRY-T- he BUSBANK S GREATEST Improved Wonderberry I"' iiunki X "'" ... A ' wltard.or-Iginatedt- a ' VrOao 4 JOHN LEWIS CHILDS, Floral Park. N. Y. 1 lurtc-ors- '. huirar-ooale- IV. "i.i.. MAKING AN ELECTRIC ENGINE material, waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble. A sluggish liver Is responsible for an Immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills. He knows why they act rect v on the liver. I rust nun. f.c.AuerCo..Loweli. A be well, simply Impossible, If the is impossible bowels are constipated. You must pay attention to the Undigested laws of nature, or suffer the consequences. Impossible to be Well to It irclt Nurse Says: lluitratlen and Directions for the Construction of Machine to Run at High Speed. A simple electric engine may bo undo ns follows: Take an ordinary Meclrlo bell and remote tho gong, Irrti CD V NEW HARNESS SHOP Wc wish to announce to the people of Mickmnn nnd vicinity that we have opened a Harness Shop in Hickman, and am prepared to sell, or make to order, all kinds of Harness, Saddles, etc., on short notice. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Prices reasonable. All work positively guaranteed. Shop next door to Farmers & Merchants Bank. Call and sec us. "I know what Is Rood Learn to Walt. for young and old "nco- Of nil th lessons thnt human v writes Airs. Clara has to lenru In life's school tho tin U lykstra, a (rained nurse est Is to learn to wnlt. Not to wait HclllnRliam, of South with folded hands nnd claim lif Wash., "and will say that prlio without effort, but having : uiR 1 consider Cardul the best gird, labored nnd tolled nnd cri..! I tin- years with effort nnd trial id medicine for nlrls and yet see not tho result Hint nil us women. It makes them would seem to warrant, nay. pot feel like new persons, redisaster Intend. To stand fir at lieves their pain and regsuch n crisis and not to lose held nr ulates womanly troubles. relax effort Is true greatness wli tiur achieved by man or woman. If u "Both my daughter and 1 would linre life crowned with nti received great benefit." If after toll, labor nnd effor v would not lose our reward let in 'iot ESI turn back nor give up. but hold on bo firm, patient, hopeful nnd wav - wtltes Robert Iteckman In Helen-MflAmerican. The striker arm should A. Stores Mai 8"lng Clocks c 1 i V U k6 i Do You Ned Mathme, Plain and fl Ik U Bd Sprlngt Take Home Life. CARDUI a medicine for fe- Simple Etectrlo Englnt. threo-fourtha Cot Wall plptr Window 8hdei a. j. wright, M5r. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. APrAF .TA I JLTUVVyVyUlVl OcVVJ. IDTP u manufacturing lvgravers 10UISVlLL&,KY.,iXS.A. It has been well snld thnt n smgi' bitter word may disquiet nti family for it whole day One biiJ glnnce casts a gloom over tho household; while n smile. Ilk' a gleam of sunshine, may light darkest nnd weariest hour I.Ik' expected flowers springing up .i K our dusty road, full of fresh frng . o nnd beauty, so kind words nnd g acts and sweet dispositions, nuiki i l the home where pence nnd bit dwell No mntter how humble h nbode. If It be thus garnished w.'h grace nnd sweetened with kind! nnd smiles, tho heart wilt turn lug Ingly townrd It from nil the tun... s of the world, nnd home. If it be i.ir so homely, will bo the denrost f,ot beneath the clrsult of the sky Matrimonial Hint. ' There is no doubt that a great number of silly girls glvo their first best thoughts to tdlo dreams of matrimony They caro for nothing reaching tho coveted goal, and hi so doing. Improvement elevation .md dignified womanhood are forgotten Long oro they are qualified for the cares of mnrrled life, they willingly take tho responsibilities upon tin in. providing anyone aspire for ih. ir hand, and when tho marriage lows are spoken tho henrt Is rid of nn im mense burden tho object of lit"- Is attained No girl under twenty has any business to think of marriage. If sho find a disposition In one of the opposite sex responding with her own. let her ndmlro and enjoy it. but not to such nn extent thnt the heart Is ablaze with lore, nnd tho mind a wilderness of nir castles. To .The Young The Woman's Tonic trouble, no medicine you can j;ct lias the old established reputation, that Girdui lias. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it lias stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic Pure, ccntle. safe, re- if i name, firy r . As male bo cut off nbout of an inch from the armature, leavlnc the tiutt. U A strip of brass vt an Inch thick and one fourth n an Inch wide of suitable length Is liored at both ends, one end to fit 'ho butt, (I, nnd the other end to fit the crank, J. of the shaft. C The shaft Is made of inch dlatn- iter brass or steel. Care should be taken to make the stroke of tho crane, J. the snrue as that of tho armah one-eight- h Rug, Art Squirti Lace Curtaini Crpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stovei Cooka and Rmgti Iron Drdi Chlldren'a Bedi Oranltewara Blankets, Comferu Mattreaiei . n L I MM LI-- - ture. The balance wheel, A, Is fastened to tho shaft, C. Any wheel of e site and weight can be used. In the model made by the writer a valve wheel two Inches in dlametsr was suit-abl- used. Samples on display at this office. The Hickman Courier - EXCLUSIVE IOCAI AGENTS - FOR. THIS BXCLLKSIVE, DINE,.- CLUBBING RATES. PI Make the Farm More Attractive. You can do this by installing a telephone. You can make the surrounding on your farm Just as attractive to your sons and daughters as if you woro living In the heart of a big city. Our excellent service and attractive "farmers' Line" rates are not to bo compared with the benefits derived. Coll the manager. The Hickman Courier and the St. ) Louis $1.50 Both one year for The Hickman Courier and the St. Louts Republic both one year for J MO The Hickman Courier and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l (Weekly), $1.25 both one year for The Hickman Courier and the St. at Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all $1.75 one year for The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to parties on rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only Globe-Democr(twlce-a-wcek(twlco-a-week), Globe-Democr- Folks. There nre certain conditions wulch Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph young people must observe, If iho Company, Incorporated. obstacles which do so much toward wrecking married life nro to be O J2.G0 FOR SALE: A nice residence, one block from Postofflce. Tho house has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch-es- ; In good repair and a very desirable place. Call at this office. The Hickman Courier and Woman's O National Dally, both one year for FOR SALE: One of the best coronly U5 ner lots In Hickman now occupied The Hickman Courier and Woman's by J. R. Brown's mill; also a good Farm Journal, both one year for only combined store and residence. The 11.16 residence has about 8 rooms. Lot The Hickman Courier and weekly is 22x100 foot Will sell worth tho Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Both for money. Call at Hickman Courier one year for only J 1.50 COAL! GOAL! A young girl should never think of getting mnrrled until sho Is adept in nnd domestic science. To make a renl homo for ibe man that she loves is her part Not a place which Is merely a stopping place to eat and sleep, several ex amples of which may be observed right here in Hickman, but a spot where comfort, contentment and hap piness reign. Again, a young man must not think of marrying until ho In ready to settle down into a quiet, home lift. It is said that either tho worst or best woman whom Ihvy cull moth of a man's nature nsserts Itself be or tween the ages of twenty and twen o After having his little fling. If bo discovers that dissipation nnd Get our prices on all kinds of field Immorality nro but glided "applos of seeds beforo you buy. Wo handle th Sodom" which bring bitterness into best- - Hickman lldw. Co, tho heart and sorrow Into the soul, he will be thnnkful thnt he Is able to retain the love of ono true heart ed young woman and will be ready to devote his life to her. new-freshouse-keeping than extreme unselfishness on Oi part of the mother As the children grow up. Instead o( ilu-are beionilng mother s lieliM-rscontinually wslied on. growing dally let and rude more selfish mid Tho boy under such treatment. come lu, throw n cap here, n Jacket , then-- leaie muddy tracks nil stout. Hi.' unselllsh Mulder follows after up and without a murmur wlpli. plcktng up. The girls nro no 0 tiler The mother makes herself such ab uusulflsh drudge thnt It seem! quit right and natural. Thoy loll In the easy chnlm while mother works and rosts her weary limbs on n straight backed chair. They let her do all the work nnd grumble when called upon for the slightest help. The boys let her get up first In the morning, bring her own wood and build the fire As they grow older I Ley feel no respect for the household drudge and even thHr affection Is tinged with a pationlziug pity. If nny sacrifice must bo made it Is always mother She stays who must be sacrificed nt homo while tho others go about Sho wears tho shabby dress and shawl while tho others enjoy the clothes. Sho sleeps on the hard bed In the shabby back room, daughters have the nnd the grown-uhost front room. She keeps the tough piece of meat for her ow n pint nnd servos alt the choice portions to tho others. Sho saves and pinches and labors so the boys can go lo college and the girls to n stylish school, and then whan they mine bonur with their fine educations ins they think I they secrxtly despise ami are ashamed of the worn, wrinkled, shabbily-broke. lit-In The bearings, I), can be made of strip brass In the model screw ayes ere used. K, K are wire rings 'Oldered to the shaft, C, to keep It til place. II Is a wire ring soldered to the crank to keep the strip, V, lu lace. When the screw, K. Is properly ad Justed and the terminals, U are con nected to a buttery the engine will tuu at a high rate of speed. I Reitaurant Stools Children'! Rockeri Stove Pipe, stovi Chlffontlrs Wood Dtds Bed Cprlngi Bucltu Prlneen Dreutri High Chairs Window Clm, all thti Stove Repalri Trunks, all iliet HEW STAND FOR TELEPHONE CASH or fontrlvsnci Paralyils to Overcome Feeling of In Arm After a Long Condonation. Who has not left the telephone after long conversatloi. with his or ber ft Min feeling as It It was paralyzed T o eliminate this discomfort a New ork man haa Invented a new kind of Furniture depbono stand on which the rvcolv may be adjusted to any position MOM nd remain stationary. Two clamps are fastened to the telephone proper ' ft It nd these clamps hold a vertical rod. 1 cvanv nouse- vt the top of this vertical rod an arm pivoted In such a fashion that It can Kentucky 4 moved to any angle. The vertical !, by the way, turns In Its socket the free end of the topmost arm te receiver Is fastened by a spring uiar siock, a large iim h hand osoda which art sold tremely low prices. CREDI We Sell For LESS 'Ml. nan Western 't St Louis r? Hlcktmn, Ay. n m UU m I UU . 1 ia 1 r- Ul v 1 WANTS HER mm m Conjugal Kissing. Convenient for Long Talks. 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. SO Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75 Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. . o o o o o o o o OooooooooooooO o OooooooooooooO o The Courier costs only one dollar a year or less than 2 cents per week. Are you a subscriber ? It Is too cheap to either steal or borrow. Sub scribe today. Your money ro- funded, If not satisfied I I i o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo TRY A COURIER WANT AD. Medium I Read by 3,000 People Every Week COSTS ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK. o o The Cheapest advertising o o o o o o OooooooooooooO OooooooooooooO If there Is a blue mark on your If your sewing machine runs heavy, why not get the Singer agent, L. A. Courier dont fail to ronew this month Brock, to adjust It and make It run as all papers are discontinued at the expiration of tho time. IJfkt and easy again. Whero ono wife Is now kissed with some pretenco at regularity by tho man who was nlwnys swearing beforo marriage that ho wouuld ent her up before tho year was up, It is safe to say that nlnety-eoveother women go moping nround the house with lips parching from neglect, burning bis cuit and running down shoes In sheer despair, for the want of that encouragement an occasional kiss would who of probably glvo. This Is not ns it Ills should bo for n kiss after marriage Is relished equally with those before Minneapolis, Minn, was a preat and If you want to seo your wlfo tripping about with melody In her soul BulTerer from funialn trouble which caused n weakness and feet like cork Just Imprint on ami broken down her IIki nn occasional "Lover Kiss.' condition of t'ao All that most married women need system. I rend so to make them beings of light nnd nuichofwhatlAdia Jewels of gladness Is more kisses E. Ilnklmm'H from the old man and less growling Compound about how the potatoes ure fried had dono for other No woman can be un nngel without stiiTerltifr women I n sip of nectar now and then, and felt euro It would tho husband who falls: to grunt a suphelp me, nmll must ply of ambrosia to tho spirits In mussay it did help mu lin, who mnko paradise on earth u wonderfully. My possibility, deserves to be linlna nil luff n,n 1 KTuwBtronger.utid within threu months ull his days. iim ifiituiiy Yivn woman, "I want this letter inatlo public to show tho benuflt women may deiivo The Sin of Unselflthnet t. from J.yH:i Ji I'lnkliam'a Vegetable Any vlrtuo carried too far Compound." Mrs. Jon.v (1. Momun, a vlco. Industry is n vlrtuo, 2115 Kecond St., North, Minneapolis, tho woman who is too Industrious Minn. but to rest at tho proper tlmo carries It Thousands of unsolicited nnd conu. Itio testimonials llko tho tibovo provo too far nnd ruins her health Chnrlty becomes u vice when It the elllclencv of J.ydlii ;. I'inkham'a thrown u veil over wickedness and Vl'L'etalilii ('iiuituiiiiirl mi, I.. I. iu ,.,, i protects nn evil that should bu pun- exclusively from root ntul herbs. .... it omen ivlm unlT..i- - .i,,t iiiuou .11.. !.,... uit. ... ished for tho sake of tho Innocent. " Tho old Greeks were right when thoy trcssliiH l iMjcullar to theirsex should said thnt tho best rule to llvo by Is, iiuk uul iKin, 01 inusu lacuor doubt tho ab ty or Lydla jj. llnkl,am's "uo Homing too much." VeL'etahln fVimruiiii,l I,. ovu,u i...i . 1 u,,:'r Moderation In all things, Is tho wise woman's law of life Sho will do nothing too much, and especlully Ml,H,,u,,,.nt win sue guara against tho i n of un- liimllltn;iJtyoiirli!tturaH8trIctly selfishness, for In tho homo thoro Is oiilltlentlal. I'op ao o nothing that works more subtly and wuimuih la moro surely for tho destruction of KIIIM IvflV. lylpli.tr hic k a. ..t.... virtue In tho rest of tho household htsltato-wr- ite n LETTER PUBLISHED permits of Its being turned about to fit the ear. After the device has been adjusted to the desired position the caller may take a seat In a comfortable chair and talk to his heart's content clamp, which nave CO ELECTRIC SHOVEL IN QUARRY - :. ried a policy 1:." i pamei you to start wilh aga.3 Don't put thii trJ''t you may be u: w uk iv" r cpinin'fi'-'""- '' 111 jusi mu 1 --' oj.j'" For Benefit Women Suffer from Female "I Simple and Economical In Operation, Requiring Fewer Operators Than Steam Machine. The latest machine In which electricity has been substituted for steam power Is the steam shovel, which from its cumbrous parts, rough us age, and Irregular loads did not seem a likely appliance to be electrically machines are driven. Two used In limestone quarrying by the 110-to- R. T. TYLER, Agcn CHEAP COW FEE Vt'j?-fitnb- lo "hen-pecked- " ! matic magnetic switch controller, curing the greatest nicety of opera Hon and protecting the motor from overload due to rock encountered A feed cable is carwhile digging. ried on a reel In the cab connecting at a convenient point with fixed conductor, and tho shovel moves under Its own power, says Bclentltio Amer- lean, It has been found very aim-- j plo and ocoDomlcal In operation, requiring fewer operators than a steam shovel and eliminating the carrying lit nu1 anit tir u tar se- Dolose & Hhepard Company of Chi cngo. In which the hoisting and the digging movement are controlled by separate motors of 200 and 80 horsepower respectively. Each motor Is separately controlled by an auto- of Hc A mixture Shuck ;8, Small oram. Silks, Ltc, at a .. All -Tin r- - v inw load, if hauled hea-lth- o..5fni ,,'m, ''' utoucc. Watch for the ULVK MA UK on the uppor right band corner of your Courior. It Is to notify you that your subscription Is about to expire. No papers aro sent out after the subscription Is out at gin. J, F. & S.L DODOS (Incorporate) 1