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W M ' il'y.' ; . untr we pr"t f tnon THE HICKMAN COURIER. up the Hill A BLUE MARK JIKRK mmn ttist xoar nub. erlptlon hs expired Knw p.'omptlr If yon want the puptr to com to you nftor thU month the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon .. ...... ni ,117 of Success, The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the tlxles at Ynur Uagon, Did Man, and LbVb Hitch Up WHOLE V" WESTERN KEBIOOIT .0 !U HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1NBI H0.1HB BURIED HERE SATURDAY. I. a. NEW! Dress Cottons and Linens IN A GENERAL WAY K- was hero from Mar- Glra foftry And now wo haro Lnt. Darkott buys all 0 Iooro builncM. 3 . .V.alA v ' VAMP Homemtcr kinds of furs. A. S, wn In Pnloif Clly last Uuy your clears from Harris, at Hickman Unig Co. H, nrddt5 Lumber . t. Soth Curlln ami wife, of St. Uiuls. Dele, Notary Public, at W. nro vUllliig Dr. 0. V. Curlln and omce. family. went to St. t.f tlif week. Iiuls, on Iluv vnnr Ernrprlm from the Hick man Grocery Co., and aavo 5 per Mnlth was horo from Monday. cf ,Nu. i. ii. nil Saturday. TAHiiNB lor coughs and colds Helm ft Ellison. A per boUle M cent. It. A. Tyler returned Friday from New Orleans and other pnlnlH in the South. I). M. Ilrock. of Memphis, vlalteu Saturday mid MIsh Mnbel Wilson Sunday. Island, visited ISE Woman who, when occasions arrive, always seem to bej ready for them, are already alive to the 1mm Wtitititif, fact that Easter comes this year almost three weeks earlier than usual. They have a special interest in these early showings of the New Spring Cottons and Linens. . 9 man Snturday morning and interred In tho cemetery Sunday afternoon. The deceased, with her husbnnd and daughter, Miss Ivn, formerly lived horn, but during the past several years tho family has been living at Hickman. Mrs. Adams hnd for many years been In poor health, but on Saturday morning sho told her husband and daughter that sho was feeling much better. Mr. Adams and his daughter left homo Saturday morning to attend to their regular duties, and about ten o'clock a negro woman went to tho Adams homo and found her lying on the floor In an unconscious condition, and sho on ly lived n short tlmo nfter being found, Dcforo her marriago sho was Miss Allora Burrow, a sister of Dr. it. C. burrow, of Cunningham, and tho late Thos. Burrow, of this place. News, Bardwcll. A QUESTION. Tho remains of Mrs. John Adams wero brought to Dnrdwell from Hick- 1 i i Ji linaton mid children ttiuvllle Tcnn., thlt "A little better tLan seems ncccs- ary" soda fountain service. Harris r.t Hickman A new line of American and Simpson Prints at, per yd. Percales, in ligrtt and dark patterns, neat figures and stripes at, per yd Red Seal Ginghams, in neat, attractive patterns, per yd Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, in beautiful plaids, per yd Mercerized Bengalines, in attractive colorings, at Jncquard Tuxedos, a new material, beautiful designs India Linons, a fine line of excellent values, at 8 12 2c 6c Drug Co. 10 to 15c Tho cost ot living's gono so high Wo cannot live and so must die. And say, Wo'vo got to do It right away, Because unless wo'rp p. d. q. In what It's up to us to do, The undertakers will combine Along tho wholo darn funeral lino And make that cost prohibitive As now we find It Is to live. Thus wo can neither live nor die, No matter by what means we try, And this condition being true, Say, what in thunder shall wo do? BUY FROM CARRIER. depart- - WANin' ttiourlcr - Some flno Ulack FOR SALE: Small bottom farm, at Mrs. Annie price. Auurci iiicnuiau Langshan Cockorols. 34p Hickman, Ky. l, 25c 25c 40 and 50c 2c X lKDow spent Snturday Jninoi Mnililnr nnil wife, of StntO w Mi Mrs. Hello w near Mne. spent 8undny with Misses Iau-rand Marine llrown. ' n Delvccchlo. of Dy-- J init saij!: Iiltr lot of mulberry .Ml Annltt Cowglll posts, near Edmond's Klsli Dock. Ap 2p ply to V. P. Kdmonds. . to 25c spent Saturday Jn Pnntlllnn. Al Farls and Ford . . h Mm. SI llrevard. at Ilercndes spent a few days Inst week .v:sillg. hunting on Heelfoot laKe. r rsnilv mads than Jacob'. It It Mninhnll and J. S. all alio packages. Harrii, ..f ni.nr Union City, were In tills iV ; Drug Co. clly on business Saturday. ik.Jui and family nttpnded vnn SALE Good, eentlo family Mr Iteynolds lit Union maro, and a good young horse. J. i. aittriioon. H. rollock, iiicuman, iiouie i. -- o H . li re, of Nashville, spent We handle the celebrated Sanapa- ween tuo rlol Flour, and guarantee every sack nere n , . .. lust .. of It. Dcttersworth A Prather. We .t all the local news. It Thn rmirlnr will nDorccIato all no a rcporicr, mi nu. tices of births, marriages, visitors, ica lzzz.i ic itcriaud or Homo phono. C sickness, etc Both phonos, ro. -- i. t d ilnm left Snturday mi.. Mnrv Slnuchtcr has returned a few weeks In her to Fulton uftcr a visit to hdr aunt. ir Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. 8. 8. Pierce, In East Hickman. . I How ' Flaxon, a pretty, sheer fabric that has all the merits of 25 and 30c linen lawn, at Linen Waist Goods, plain designs, at. 25 to 60c 1 n.unt rural carriers aro no longer required to pick up pennies In tho rural route boxes and affix stamps to letters. If tho money Is placed In an envelope or coin carrier tho route man will leavo stamps for the amount but patrons are urged to buy and keep e supply of stamps at home. You should buy from tho carrier If practical, as ho is credited with tho amount of stamps sold, and If less than BO cents a day average, tho roitto may bo discontinued. HERE'S THE LIMIT. By order of tho postoffico k iu l-- m Embroideries and Laces Beautiful Patterns and qualities that will interest all of the ladies. Wo don't mind hooking her waist, looking to see If her white, skirts show, and it her hat Is on straight; we don't mind pinning up a veil now and then and cleaning mud off her rubbers, but when it comes to hold- ;;-- ing one end of a store switch while sho braids it, we think the limit has been reached, and it's tlmo for us to absert our Independence. Ex. 1 : C- k. r on tlio l)yor' llloracy." Hickman, On last Wednesday evening, Mrs. . louse, barn and outbuild Z. T. McKay, of lxnilsvllle, was tho .' a limited tlmo only wo linalma if III! linloVnllll brlllKO Dart' 1 .'c of $1000. Seo us nt given by Mr. K. II. Trathcr. A salad . r Itealty Co. i course wus serveu. ijiosj preneiu. Mosdamvs O. II. Honu. u. u. irnvis, T iiff rnmin, from 2 to 5 L. 1'. Ellison, C. P. Simulate, i: i. e .: ' ' 0 II. llond entertained Swnyne. II. N. Cowglll, J. .11. nuu at cf friuidH ul tlio UiCledo i.nr.l 1' It Ellison. J. II. Millet. W llrlduo was nlnved by 8. Ellison. W. II. llaltter, 11. T. Tyler. anlnd course, anil nuttr Ii. A. Stono. A. It. Hiono anu .Mie u llioso present were: Mnrlo Drevnrd and Nell itogers. K Kennedy. C. 1. Shu p I'ruther. II. N. Cowglll, H r: l was tho I1O8 Ml., liinlm MARRIAGE LICENSE. It t 0 Schlenker. A. It rr n iliOlithtful card nurty Klven Stone, C. L. Wnlkor, J. Inst Wednesday evening at tho homo T" Tho following wero granted llcenso ; mid Mlssea Virginia ..r Mru NnmilK Klnemnn. l'rocreB- - to marry In Obion county last week: Louise Atwood, slvo "COO" was played. An excellent J. It. Hurt and Trudo Caldwell. nnil Mario Ilrovnrd. IV'ulih Itnn.lill find cako Watson Ownby and Mnudo voung. russo wero sorved. Tho and chnrlotto C. F. Kohrer and Mary 8cr Atwooa ana guests wero Miss II. A. Atkins and M. C. Samn. Heed, Miss Annlo Ellison Clarence Elbert Nations and Alice Hay ties. .....I l.M.Lnr.l Pmlher Miss ltlltll Elll- Huby ritiiinn ami niamio winiau-MalteSOIl and llussell Johnson, Chnrlotto Ilynum and Heulnli Watts. Hubbard and Ann uenow, ius an BOHO SUBDIVISION J. A. Hamlett ami Anna U. Hold. ..1.. r,.. ..Ill nml U'. (. Doriuin. MIsh Melvln Chnrlton and. Anna Medlln. Irono Farls and (ltty Ilnlo, Miss Myr- and Cora Mitchell. Will tlo walker una uowgiu uoKers, .mw O Unrl,k ItrrtY'firil fill ii r. M niackford. ... FinesUrJickrnan tit IU n Miss Virginia Prather and Ferd Mad- I OH, THAT NEW PARKI i dox and Mr. mm airs. a. a. neuneuj . Will soon have 18 houies Tu'lv twlllcht nml dark, un near ii lu ixliietd that a Fulton county lllvtrvlow Park, a maiden sat combn Lots are going like o "1 woman said to her husband: ing hor bright golden hair, whon not cakes. Let me sell you married heated with roaming, an panting aim n lot of old a bt or a house and lot on fools ure falling In lovo with other foaming, there cmiio up and squeezed terms. This is your women and running oft and leavliiK tier a big grizzly bear. It did not ctance to own a home. Do their wives. Now, let mo tell you affright her, tho benr did not bite ...M.niiiinir ir von rum any woman her, she lay back and murmured: "O, c t put it oli or you will tuuko her happy still tighter dear." it ut iiiinkH vou'd never have one. I have don't you go to tho trouhlo of run to rent. See me at ning oh. Just uring nor nuro unu 1 the Oil Mill Office, MULES I MULES I will bo tickled to death to let her In - 1 n kit want to Kct u IU ss We have about CO head of good good look at tho woniun who claims. Phone No. 7, or 173 ranging from three to alio can fall in lovo wmi u uuiuinuu-ed- work mules, bowlegged, grouchy, stingy old eight years old, for sale. Also a few Will sell and good G. B. bear llku you that's always snapping horses tor cash or mares. with good credit and snarling and finding fault and either uote. gruntlii with tho rhoumatlsm." r J. F. A S. L. Dodds Co. Weekly Squirt. TV x tJOJ 1 of Union City, t A Mnnrn. who Is building a big .J dnya lam week hero sawmill for tho Mongol Ilox Co. at I iidfalhor, J. J. U. won- itnwlllo. lA.. was hero last vlfltlng his family. c of Nashville, tlio iimiiia tinlilwell. of Obion county, i.- niltfl J. J. C. Hondu- - who wna convicted or murder in me ' iast two weuks, returned ......,.1 ,lrrAa In Jlltio. 1903. WHS Par- ' oon to Nashville. duned last Saturday by Governor Pat- tervon. ": out Sunday morning tn a.. iThniii?ii finvs ihat a movement ory of tlio bulldliiK oc- J in wasuingion 10 ' llukmuu Furniture Co. Is underground president. It is to bo Hoosovelt to bo a big blaze, was imlslied by I oca I f Iro huivd that It win not gut nuoo uw dnmngo Hill only a fin face. a f w dollar. A defective U hnliie hit bcloW tho the cause of tlio fire belt theso days. The isow ion. uiMik of It as " tho synonym or tho mnu who want a v.ri.i mitit lull. ii " nnil now n suffra- ... .. of ground Just ouUldu -a bcbiiuui ui n- Iiavo Junt what bo wants getto orntor rails n '. Mgon. r- Smith Sr Jtmberg 226 4,500 POUND STEER. Perhaps without an equal is a black Shorthorn steer owned by Ellas Mitchell, near Fountain City, Ills., The steer weighs 4500 pounds, Is six feet In height and 5 feet, 2 Inches across the back. Mr. Mitchell says he has refused $1200 for tho steer. This steer is In a class with Fulton county mules. CONCRETE A BARRELS. : ii 1 BUSHELS TO ACRE. who pro- duced on , mlluH from acr, last Kcason 22G buslnils of com an acre of lnnd hnd becu preparing for tho crop for seven years. Seed selection whb an Important factor. Ho selected seed thnt produced four ears to tho stalk. Ho broke the laud fifteen Inches deep and fertll Ircd It well, and planted three seeds In 11 till . tho hills being eight Inches barrels to tho acre apart. Forty-flvIn n phenomenal corn crop. This farmer bellovcs In fewer acres, well fertilised, mid enre In selecting seed. Ho has successfully demonstrated his Idea of growing corn and as an object lesson his success should bo worth much to other farmers. 1 The North Carolina man THE HIGH PRICES. Secretary Wilson has mndo n good point In mentioning one of tho troubles afflicting tho country It Is the cost of high living. Intelligent oh- borvcrs hnvo noted for several years the rising Udo ot Individual extrava-guncthroughout the country. Never before In tho history of tho United Stntes hnvo tho pooplo been so In tho matter of dress, travel, amusements, sports and luxuries they hnvo been spending monoy llko water. Individual thrift Is at tho lowest ibb In our history. It Is Impossible for necessities to remain at bottom lovels when Inflation curses everything else. Houston Post. u prof-llgnt- We have for sale In West Hickman near Aletheny's store, a fine piece of residence property. Owner hau good reasons for selling'. It will take $!, 800 to trade. Property cost more than this. Well Improved and will bear close inspection. Part time. Hickman Courier Realty Co. young farmer recently Invented nn ingenious device tor making conHo took twq crete wntcr barrels. wooden barrels of different sizes, knocked the heads out of both, put the smaller Insldo the larger and filled tho Bpace between them with concrete, and a concrete barrel was tho ri.ilt. Tho Hickman Courier Itcnlty Co.. a short time some, of building lots In Iltckma Our silk handkerchief effect is a big hit. Ask us about It, Schmidt, Watch tor the announcement. will offer In Reasons for Safety O MAY WASH AWAY. Alu-nni- I i. 1 1 r Tho river bank nt Point Pleasant lms caved so far that tho old grave- yards on tho Maulsby and Martin farms, are In danger of being swept awny this spring. Many of tho prom-lnofamilies In LoSlcur township hnvo relatives burled there and some cf them uro now removing tho ashes ot their folks to graveyards distant from tho river. Tho work of removel should bo attended to at once, before tho spring flood comes. Now Madrid Itecord. WHAT A THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15.000.00 $65,000.00 Making a total of which stands, not as the total security, but as the gin of security protecting our depositors. mar- 1 - WE of EAT. 1111 no-tlc- bald-heado- rv hc-c-s ordinary life 41i.. nviirflp. iimti u'lll nnr Hnvitti fnnr. ' more ho; bo loads of food than Is good for him. Not so witn an euuor; w just ngureu 11 out Hint bhico we li:iv Iiodii lii tho litiHlness wo hnvo wagon loads less eaten two than we should have eaten, voruy, mo nro 01 tuo country euuor is ituru. during tho course 1910 will be a year ot vory high prices. Flour, Meal, Dncon, Lard and a few other things will be too high to uso. Howover, It you should iihii nnv nf IhfKA toil will find OUrS ot tho very best quality and at prices 0 per cent lower man eisowucre Hickman Grocory Co. ti nm J BOND J Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STATE bank, operated under the strict banking laws of Kentucky. At least four sworn reports are made each year. Its funds are protected by a modern Burglar Proof Steel Safe and Vault, and are insured against burglary and sneak thieves. Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge of their duties. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservative management, assure the patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential of a good bank. 1 Lu-roll- o THE HICKMAN COURIER THE SEINE IS RECEDING rtrs W.tro Knnckr Lllc His DlwM W. 0. BFEEIl and J. C. SEXTON, t Edltori nd Proprietor. BUILDINGS WHOSE WALLS UN. DERMINED MAY COLLAPSE. Nsw Cravictt In Street of Paris. Dozens of People Hava Disappeared in Fissures. MEXICO'S IS A FAVORED CLIMATE IN l MORE WAYS THAN ONe Stile News Pick-up- s mmM . A' I W tCopfiltht. WANTS BE LETTER PUBLISHE sjuiiv.1 Mill LiL.; II III! fflltlU I I II I I LS'f ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IK ADVAKCB. afW iW4 .3 ft l. M y' BIS INSURANCE, SWINOLC. ilHI,! .In. null' Hl-.tHI,,. WellKnown Louisville Mm Art Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud. LouIrvIIIo, bcllovsrd to Ky. Detail c,t what li Iks tho tmmt nmnilng, In rarls. Slow ly, very slowly, the swolEntered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, len water of the Seine are subsiding, mail matter. poatoQlc m second-clas- s bringing a sense of relief to the deso- EXPLOSION IN MINE HEARTRENDING SCENES AS BODIES COME UP. Torca of the Explosion Wi Many Bodies War Unrecognizable. Ter-rifl- Drakesbero, Ky, With rrrpe hanging on every other door along the two struggling streets of tlio little milling town of llrovvdrr nnd motley funeral eortrges headed by all sorts of improvised hearses moving toward the cemetery, Wednesday was largoly given oyer to eiTaecment of death' work In the Elk Valley coal mine. There was no attempt at holding divine services over tins mangled bodies. llescuc patties vvcro going up and down in the mine all day, but no further finds verc made during the afternoon, the last body Wing brought up at 12:30 p.m. This brought the count of the dead to thirty four, vvith one man, Foreman l'eter Kelly, missing. The count made by mine officials this afternoon definitely fixes men the total as above stated. Fifty-fivwere in the area affected by the explosion and of the twenty who got out alive scarcely one was unhurt. As a result of the disaster, all of the mine in the vicinity closed down today, the men offering their scrSieos in recuo work. y Th6 news of the explosion spread nnd in a few moments the people of the little mining town were crowding around the shaft wildly. Women and children, almost crazed with grief, pleaded with those, in. charge of the mine for news of their loved ono, anil it was almost impossible to keep the mouth of the shaft clear. Fortunately the Arc, which started by the ploion, died out quickly, and the fan were at once set in motion. A few moments after the disss- -' ter a relief party, headed by Andrew Hogg, and general manager of the blk Itivcr Coal Company, and composed of the men who had escaped from the mine, as well as numbers of miners from other workings, entered the wrecked shaft. The rescue party found a tcenc of destruction that left no doubt as to the, fate of the men. The first bodies recovered were in fairly good condition, t ho men having been smothered to death and not mangled by the explosion, but as the party pushed on they found bodies so mutilated that they were unrecognizable. Cars and debris of all descriptions had been scattered about the mine by the terrible force of the explosion. e rap-Idl- BIG PACKING HOUSE FAILS Had Exclusive Bight to Slaughter Cattle in Mexico. New York. The Mexican National Packing Company, a New Jersey corporation, controlled by Kngliih inventors, and operating a' string of slaughter houses and packing houses in the Itepublic of Mexico, under concessions from the Mexican government, fulled Wednesday, with liabilities', including stork, of uppproxl-inatel- y $37,0000,000. The assets were not announced, but it is estimated that they are in excess of the liabilities. The company will continue to operate its plant as usual. Henry l)o Kay was appointed receiver by Judge Lnnning In the United State Circuit Court in Xevv Jersey this nfternoon. The appointment of a receiver was not brought about by any conditions in the live stock market, but the tying up of part of the company's funds in the United States Uuuking Company in Mexico City, which suspended recently, was resjionsible for the trouble. Among the concessions held by the company is an exclusive right to slaughter cattlo in Mexico City until 1D20. Its than) of capital is $22,500,000, aqd it lias a bonded debt secured by mortgage of about $12,500,000, and a floating debt in the ncighliorhood of $3,000,000, of which, however, only about $300,000 Is due. BOYCOTT CLAIMS VICTIM. "Without Meat Four Days, Cbokea to Death When He Gets Jt, Chicago. At least one death in Chicago can be charged up to the boycott 011 meat. After a vegetarian diet for four days, Golf Teller could resist no longer, began ravenously upon a huge beefsteak 11 ml choked to death on almost the first mouthful. He purchased a Urge steak, cooked it himself, and combining it with louf of bread, made u giant sandwich. Two fellow workmen were present, and lyilcr imagined they weie envying him the meal. "You fellows uru not going to get any of this; ft ! too good to waste," he said, and thou he began to ew. A piece of the steak lodged In liis throat, and although the three men did their best to pull it out, l'ellsr died Leforo u physician could arrive. . Washington. The cost of living in the I'nited States is to be thoroughly in quired Into by the house of representatives through its most powerful commit tee, the waysi ami means, llepresenta tlve Payne of New York, chairman of that committee, nnd majority leader m the house;, introduced his resolution providing for an investigation nlong the " broadest lines. The committee is to Inquire Into any alleged increase In the cost' uMhe, news sarics of life, some of which, such as clothing, fuel,, furniture, meats and. foodWholesale anJ stuffs:, aro enumerated. to I retail pi Ices ami rates of profit-arinvestigated. The question of 'Whether the tariff is reapomdbla for the alleged high cost of living t covered InUigen-ers- l IN 52 COUNTIES PEONAGE provision "as to whether prices are affected, inereased nr otherwise by any laws of the t'niled States." The hearings Victima Tell of Shocking- - Conditions of the committee will be open, to the on Texaa Plantations. public. It may sit anywhere In the, "UnitAustin, Texas. The federal grund.jury ed States ami summon and swear witmore nesses. returned indictments on thirty-sicounts for conspiracy to hold in peonThe bill provides for "a thorough. and age and for holding in peonage against complete investigation of the present unpersons in Burleson county, Texas. reasonable and unnecessary advancing It is learned that the deeper the grand prices made by meat packers and ofthe jury delves into the practice, of peonage reported hoarding of live stock la Westupon the Koppe farm, the more horrible ern yards, of the refus'ngjof large orders are the developments brought to light. and the holding of supplies In1 freezers to The victims of the practice are gathered create the Impression of a shortage,''1 here from .many parts of the United The committee, which is to consist of States.. 4 number of them are young Ix senators arid six members of the white men, but the majority are negroes. house, is authorized to call upon any Some of the whites are mere boys who court In the I'nlted Statea to enforce were out to see the world and fell into the orders of the committee and compel the clutches of the agents of the Koppe replies to questions put to witnesses. According to the stories of plantation. some of these witnesses, they wero pulled DEFICIT LESSENS off trains at Somcrville, and under the TREASURY pretense that they were guilty of some crime were scut to the plantation, where Revthey were held in bondage as long as Custom Receipts and Internal enue Incrsaalng. their strength for work lasted. An Increase in round Washington. That peonage In its worst form is praccounties in numbers in customs receipts of $:2.000,-O0- 0, ticed in at least twenty-fivnnd In internal revenue of $10,000,-000Texas is the charge made by the federal but a deficit in the ordinary receipts officers who have been working on the investigation for many months. More qf the government of $2S,000,O00. against than 100 state and county officers, from $04,000,000 last year, shows the result of constables to county attorneys, are in- of the first seven months' operations the treasury for the fiscal year 1910, as volved in the conspiracy. compared with the corresponding period of the preceding year. Panama canal disMRS. FORD BLACKMAILER bursements, not included in the above calculations, havo amounted to $10,130,-03as compared with only $12,529,011 Defaulting Big Four Treaaurer Fold during the seven mouths last year. Her $1,000 a Month. The public debt Increase during the thouCincinnati, Ohio. Kighty-fou- r sand dollars was the price Charles Ifc month of January was $),4C0,K10. The Warriner, defaulting local treasurer of working lailance In the treasury today The cash In the treaswas $22,737,052. the Dig Four railroad, paid for a woman's silence. Fearing exposure of his ury today amounted to $l,715.45.:iui. During January 25 national hanks, shortcomings, he gave Mrs. Jeannctte Stewart Ford an average of $1,030 a with a total capital of $2,115,000, were month for seven years, the payments authorlted to begin business, Nationnl stopping only when the exposure came bank circulation outstanding aggregated $709,879,333. from other sources November 2, last. Such was the substance of the startMILLIONS FOR DRY DOCKS. ling testimony which Warriner gave at the trial of Mrs. Ford on 11 charge of Dreadnaughti Necewitatc Enlarging All blackmailing! him. Repair Shops. reWarriner recited the, details of his Washington. The "dreadnaught" type lations with the woman without betraying the slightest emotion. lie took the of battleship necessitates the enlarge stand wearing an overcoat that concealed ment of ull tho dry docks of the I nitcd the uniform which ho wore us an inmate States, which will cost nun or two million of the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus. dollars, according to a statement of Secr. retary of the Secretary Meyer told the house naval Virginia Governor Inaugurated. committed that a new dry dock was Richmond, Va. William Hodge. Mann needed at Norfolk at a cost of two mil inaugruated governor of Virginia on was lion dollars that the New York dry Tuesday, in his Inaugural uddress the dock would havo to be enlarged at iv rust governor put himself on record In re- of one million thut tho one at Pearl gard to the llipior question by saylngt Harbor, which U being built at a cost or "I simply relterute my steadfast op- two millions, should be enlarged at a the saloon and my confidence cost of $125,000, and thut the dock at position to in the people of Virginia, who have the Puget Sound should 1st widened at uu right to settle this question as to them additional cott of $325,000. shall seem best." challengTiFan $150,000 OFFERED JEFF d lated and distracted city. The danger of some great calamity, such ns has lieen predicted, now seems over, although the situation continues to be critical at many points within the rity, particularly in the neighborhood of station, where the en the St. tire greets and solid bhxks of buildings thnaTen to sink through the crust Into the waters beneath. The effect of the removal of the Mater pressure has been to weaken foundations generally, and this causes the greatest anxiety, liesldes. there will le thousands of acres to be cleared or repaired when (he water has recedes!, ami there is also the possibility of an epidemic breaking out. It I generally believed that the breaking of the dam at (iennevllllers appreciably hastened tbo climax by releasing an immense amount of water, but the consequences below nre appalling. Rennevilliers and Colombcs, having 30,-inhabitants, arc completely sub000 merged, the water reaching the tops of the houses in the lower section, while the flood is backing up Into the very heart of Asnleres. Figures as to the number of jcrson affected by the flood In the valley of the but certainly Seine are pure 10,000 people have been driven from their homes to the hospitals and other buildings which hare been placed at the disposition of the refugees. There have been a dozen Instances where persons have dissppeared in crevices suddenly opened under their feet or hnve been swept a way in the sewer floods. Many pitiful stories aro told of persons who the rescue of had been imprisoned in their houses. A number of persons have lecomo insane through fear and suffering. One sailor who had engaged In the wcrk of rescue until he reached the limit of physical endurance became crated, jumped into the Seine and was drowned. guess-vvor- 1 PRICES TO BE PROBED WAYS AND MEANfl COMMITTEE TO INQUIRE INTO COST. Will Inquire Whsther Prices liar. Been Affected by Any Laws of the Country. oranoo swlndlo unoovrred In recent jonra, cntnlllng wholetvUo homicide, remitted In tho nrrevrt of Truant Ofll rer John J. Ko.ine, of tho !oulavllle school board; 1". T. Nccdham and Tim T. 0'l.cnry, all widely known Insurance men at loiilavlllc, who nrsv In Jail olmrged with nilrscy to dfr friuid. Tho men woro (aken Into by dcWtlvc on wnrrants a worn out by H. Itcnlok, eactnry.trm.s urcr of tbo Coniiiwolal I. Ho Insurance Co. of Indlntiapollt. Doldrul tho war-rala a weird story, which, It 1.1 Mid by tho prosecution, will rovml wlien unraveled a trail of crime which will maJto tho Gun new wliolmalo rnur dcr mystery palo into Inslgnlflranco Aaron Kohn, attorney for tho Iniur nnco companies; interested In the ;iros Ion of tho case, authority for ENTOMBED ecu t atnteincnt that thoUstory eventual ISO MINERS tho ly w rorenl tbo moat harrowing tale Tho entire EXPLOSION IN FRIMERO MINE of wholawlo homicides. CA5o cuiM to light hrough an Invoatl PKOVES TO 11 K COSTLY. gallon of tho death of Walter lllder a tcimatcr, who died two weeks nro Explosion Hsartl Tan Miles Away, It ia said that Inatirnnco policies upon and Was Thought Earthquake tho live of dozens of a rod and de Had Occurred. crcplt people in loulitlllo havo been taken out by promoter of tho achomt Trinidad, Ode. A terrific explosion without the slightest knowledge of occurred at the 1'rimcru coal mine short- (havo Insured. ly after I o'clock Monday afternoon, three miner were killed outright nod BROKERS HAVE RIGHT TO SELL. 150 other arc Ulev(sl to be dead in the mine. These 150 men were entombed Court Decides They Have Right to by the explosion while at wprk, and Protect Themselves When Custhere seems hardly a chaiict that any tomers Fall to Pay Margins. rus-tcd- Hum rcinae it 1 rii .VT: if Jw&U -.'- a f - 1 was provvstrotipirt. a tcrft niUW nil) ."I wantf ompouna" ir ... V 11 "-"tt i UCr.fLT. W t "' 7, KVa "-V- .1 2115 SecoLd Minn. Thousands !no f.t.' Mrs. J V,.JI,U1 M tho cfllclenry cf J xLxT MsvPl c eft tcstimcw ui e, . 1 "jj .-- ... J I uiiTc;y from .mtioeMLtofttlStl nr r . .i health. "iwoni lMnkhiim.nt I.yna, Ji to Mr. cot.lldet.tl.il.,IV,rT"y way, Jim been IielplntjMckwomJai charge. .vm.ijWC , x of them e scad. The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, whlrh owns and ojierates the property, refutes to give out any Information regarding the exidoslon, claiming that ImjIIi its teleplMine and telegraph wire to 1'rlmcrn ar down. It Is ctaiuml the company purjmsely removed the telephone apparatus at Primm so that no news of the accident might leak out without being censored. The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company ordered n sprclsl train made up and rushed to the coal camp, lVictxts and nurses left on this train with a large supply of mediml supplies. Tbo three men who were killed were near the mouth 01 the mine when the expl'-- 'j iook place. explosion wus heard ten miles and many thought an earthquake had oc curred. lrlmero is located tewntyfour miles northwest of Trinidad. 'Three years ago a disastrous explosion took plsre in the property. In which twenty-on- e miners were killed and many Injured. IxiOlivllto. Ky. That broker- have a leral right to acll out to protect themselves when additional margin are not t'orthronilng to tido. over a deal wan' substantially the verdict tendcml before Judgo Walter Lincoln In tho common plena court hero when a $1,660 antlon for damage brought by John It. Wathen against the brokerage firm of Hunt, Utldgeford 1 Co. waa not sustained. - THE NEW COIFFURE Ixvulivlllv. Ky. Judge Kvani In tho United Statea district court rcfuteJ to grant an Injunction prayed for by tho Louisville, and Naahvlllo to prevuqt tbo Interstate Commerce Commission "My exactly Ills x tshJ from enforcing certain rates duo to go Un't hair's Into effect Feb. 1. Judge Eram aid "ICxactly. YoucaneTCaUle!tc:1 pe- aU Itr the proper court to pasa uion the tition Is tho United Statea court of appeal) at Cincinnati. Tho nam concerns a complaint by tho New Orlooiit board of trade of discrimination. e Mayklng, Ky. The January terra the Letcher circuit court closed bodies of WbltMburg. There was only one lVimero, a the victim of the explosion in the Prl at.thl term of the court. Sam mero mine were found piled In a mass uel Illalr waa given two year In the at the foot of the air shaft shortly after penitentiary for the murder of Isaac midnight. Hanks, his cousin, on Illalr Ilranch, of Ilookhouse, Southern Letch or counKENTUCKY ToiNS mGINI A. ty, threo months ago. A number ol Important caacs were passed until the Want Money From Unci Sam for April term. Cedsd Lands. Covington, Ky Meat and Milk In Frankfort, Ky Stirred by the suggestion from a Virginia state official, Ken- apector Cruder and tho sanitary guard tucky prolably will Join its voire to that nre watching tho shippers of milk of Virginia In demanding reimbursement dosoly. They gathered up IC samfrom the federal government for the land ples, which. It Is said, Is fairly well ceded for the creation of the states of up to tho standard, nd for that Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, WUeonsin and a the parties will not bo prosecuted, part of Minnesota. It is claimed that but given to understand that thoy the condition of the grant has been vio- must Improve or othcrwlso stand the lated, that the parceled kind was put to consequences. lorat purpose instead of being "for the use and benefit of the other states of the Ioulsvllle, Ky. Mbm Mary Tyler federation," as was originally Intended. ftanccoof Hov. Charles Mockrldgc.haa rex-r.o- Knew the Ctltndir 7 hey were Utile g'rli lomOil the teacher was telling thtm vision of time, and rcccltlot s3 of answers to her simple ol Tim little (Ctrl who Ud is a ta--J at Ing house waa a year c'.dtr UUai of tho others. "We havo learned that yrirs 1.1 l tided into months, rnm'hi li'.o and weeks Into days, said Uc to or. "Now can any one tcj ci I tho daya are divided Tho little girl who lived la tboel Ing houso raised her hand, ud U aaked to sneak Wt'irtlii "Mondays, Tuesdr and rimrsdars. t ccf ihe tr.i, t.& "frlday, fish. Satar'JT c- :- l H and beans, and Sanity cn.iei-Youth's Comjiatiica, An Educations! Prebltsi. t Kiln Mnri-ir- r has' 1 to the kindergarten, acl a duo senso of lh" Irrr I, ,V. s't'faU''' 1 - h.r and the .! .ll.lnm,titl till' reach f haV" til hex' roml'-school, she remalmd .a s Kentucky was a p.irt of the Old Do gono to Doatoii, whoro Dr. Mockrldgo for a time, and tnea w uI minion at the time, as was West Vir ia critically ill. Dr. Mockridgo Is a do I know as rnuih n ginia. The information reselling here Is brother of ltov. John Mockrhhrc, rec- knowt" that each of the state would Is; entitled tor of St, Paul's Episcopal church, and HARD TO DROP of the amount claimed Hcv. William Mockrldge, rector of the to about But Many Crop It Virginia, or $2,000,000. by Church of tho Epiphany. put within her crnoon, after Ttr 1 ' b"l t' l wj -1 1 "-- w one-sixt- h Blizzard in Pan Handle. Oklahoma City, Okla. A blizzard is raging throughout the of Oklahoma, with a rapidly falling temcru-- t ure. Sleet and snow began falling esrly Wednesday evening at Alva, Woodward and Oage, and nt lliggins, Texas, by high wind. At Alva the temperature dropKl from no at noon to nt nt o'clock. .Suffering is expected In tho extreme northwest, where many settler nru now housed in dugout and poor e nccom-piinied IoulsTlllc, Ky. Striking a match to find tho keyholo to tho door In his , room at tho lrico garage, Jack a chauffeur, caused an oxplnslon that did $800 damages and won himself eerioualy burned. Ho will recov. er. (las that had been generated from gasoline In tho garage waa responsible for tho explosion. Wad-dell- shack. Dies Trying to Save Child. Montgomery, Ala. WI1II0 deaperatelv attempting to extinguish the burning clothing of her daughter, .Mr. F. P. Williams, wife of a rariientcr, was so badly burned that she died a afterwards, Tho little girl vvu playing before un oH'ii grate when her clothing caught fire. On seeing the (lames, tho frantic mother seized the child III liar arms utid rushed from the house. 8I10 wus found n few minute Liter in the yurd dead, but the child was uninjured. Nuvy-Meic- 1 assault. Arretted for Underpaying. Oklahoma City, Okla Warrants were Issued tor the arrest of Michael Hwattk .nnd George Parker, contractors, who ure ,v in xhsrged with underpaying laborers their employ. An Investigation by State Jjbor Commissioner Daugherty showed that the men havo bee.11 receiving $1.40, Ureal the prevailing vwge is $1.73 uer Azed Woman Wanted to Fight Another With .Shotgun. Abberville, La. Mrs. Mary Hchexnaldur, uged CO yrars, leccntly challenged a woman of about the same ugu to a duel near here. The challenger stipulated that shotguns should be the weapons uied. Mrs. Sohexualder was called the district; court and fined for "My challenge was not accepted," she protested. The court held, however, that iv challenge to u duel constituted an assault. For Ten Months' Shtfw Provided He Licks the Negro. Chicago (iuaruutecd tho lump sum of $150,000 for his share, or u salary of $1,000 per week, with 50 per cent, of the profltH above, that amount, James J. Jeffries will stsrt 011 u ten mouths' tour of the world at tho heiul of an uthlctlq show on July 5, provided he gains the title of world's lieu vy-- eight champion ill his meeting with Jack Johnson 011 July 4. Free Lunch Killed Him. u Louisville, Ky. Henry V. Wolff, fiom the HIcventli ward, choked to death tixluy on a piece of meat which he vvu endeavoring to swallow at 11 free lunch counter in a saloon at Tenth and Market streets. Mr. Wolff, who was a clerk for the Southern railway, felt the pang of hunger n couple of hour ufter breakfast, and going to the saloou to hi appetite, ultucked thy free lunch, lie hud tuken but It few bltw when he was seen to grow black In the face and full to tho floor. roun-rllmu- 1 A caused it and I giV' 4 dltlon rcmaineu :., wnnt toacknowl. V' .. ,1 trouoio ior . 1 ..... uiuu frl. - , Newport, Ky. Kred J. II. Ijimpo, iiiui . v4 .t: contractor, waa elected chairman ol us. nnd I notlicd ,: tho republican exocutlvo committee ol been with us a Campbell county, vice Theodore MRrt, drink hli coffee 4. who tendered bis resignation. tho reason, lie r ! J a hcadacho sim Owcnlon, Ky. II. II. Hutcheson, fee, some inotroi ul;j -( youngest son of Postmaster J. V. when I began agan llutchcson, of this place, hna recently I don't sco now ' r ff- l- s been elected cashier of the Franklin anyway, after u; r bank of Iulsvlllc. "I said nomine a package of Pc Frankfort, Ky. Tbo monument to months ngo. and 0Cc.M , tho Into Got. Gocbcl will bo unvolled coffee since. inlwtl hero February 3. James 11. McCreary when we badewurany Wy nnd J. C. W. Ileckhum ore to deliver each time was iw , nddrcBsin, not sleep, but lw nil uI, and talked half thr ca ; Frankfort, Ky. Ileach llargls, who convinced that mff.-murdered his father. Judge Jumcw liar-gl-, Jug. so ho rt' (in cnour I U10 feud- - chloftaln of llroathltt vlDced that toff" lswMI county, wilt mou lo brought to the stead of a fn.t.l i" m "" penitentiary to begin hid llfo sentence Jr" Pri- -' Tho court "..:,nyelf. hav for tho crlnio of pntrlo-'de- , rtf w" of api?ala overruled tho petition for weight, nnd roV . j.rJ SBd (julvor. It WKnl rehearing. (hat a"' J ' twin" ...... ur : Frankfort. Ky. 'Hie court of ap- aim. lane .... I'll tj'l' ,. allcaso peals overruled a petition for a rohotir Head the ll"-- ' " A ''J tng In tho caso of James II. l'arrlsli. WcllvlJlc."lnpk.V sentence for who was given a flvo-yew rocking tho Owcoaboro Savings IlauV are arenulue, cui Truit Ca lulrrcsU 1 . "It was naru 10 lEl -', , ,J Java nnd giro I'os-o- ' nerves woro so s! a a nervous wrecu . ocu .. s. I. .s means all k nu. i -At first I thr b I J a AyoungC...fwlf:ta fJ "J tic 'lltrI"wi! ",s y , 1 - , ' 1 ' l"'t MFM nda: AMoodxsh C7T7 PHOT03 COPrfHGHT BY as. R.W5NEDDON I V cicavntlons under bit re purchaio, tlio Casa del Iter Moro nt Kondn, what mir provo to bo n valuable con.ikxiinn tn tho hlitory ot n ..i.t. niiiin(lnn of HPflln. In , ..' fl -. . ..... .. i( ib.1I'" KM "'" " 7" u lln.i - I..lf u .( ,e t ilK report that Mr. Torln otg Mltlraore lias dlscovereu aur-lo- .., i i " n ,0 imy , ,.,wirful n ma uu whom In Andalusia, a cn t'xi fit a-ri" altunllon on tin nlmoat mI ,,,ouh 11 doc which hold t r:k w''n Orannda. fl In Spain's crown, the Alj' ii a. It yet rrcaorrea aufTlclcnt 7e of I'J termor crcatneia to en- fait f i f their novcrclKnty. wns Importance (mm ' rjclc' 1 zMmmms?amxBmni dozen You cannot find an Alaskan who will find fault with Alaska and so erory ono Is satisfied, tlio mlnlnn eompa nt Dawson. Fairbanks and Nome, or the cablnii nut alone the erceka, mlloa and tulles from what we ' call civilization hold only happy houaokcepcra. women who know more about canned Rood a nnd what ran bo done with a tin of bcana than anybody on either continent, Baya tlio Houackeeper. f, Everything that cornea to their , doora ti canned, milk, eggs and potatoes, as well as tho vegetables that we all uae. In tho larger campa freah vegctahlea aro brought In by ateamer In the summer and until tho ahops bloom with a wealth of aucculcnt green things, but only tho anccdotca of theao dellcaclca reach "the creeks." Tho gardens nt Dawaon aro fam'ous, for almost any vegetable will grow If the housowlfo will bother to plant It Although the season la so short the sun shines night and day tho cabbage keeps tho same hours. Condensed milk Is the arctic housekeeper's standby nnd you would not bellevo how much wns used unleaa you saw tho pllo of empty tins. Every womnn has to learn to mako muffins and cake all over again until she knows Just tho proportions of milk and wntcr that will produce tho light nnd feathery result Canned eggs- - offer a similar course of study and so do tinned potatoes to the woman who must aervo thrco palatablo meals a day frqra canned or dried foods. It Is a wild, frco life theso arctic women live. They know how to shoot and can keep the larder replenished when the men are busy. They can Farm ani Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.... That TT6 offer to depositors. Other iRdncements are of lecondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. M. BUCHANAN, President O. J. A. TH0HP50N, Cashier. H. Buchanan, J. J. T. A. l!edford, D. J. W. Alezsadw, a Dondurant, Ialer, Thrslksld,J. M. Hubbard. Dr. B. M. DIRECTORS THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY E.0N6 DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES APPLY TI UCAL MANA8ER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE . . . 01)1 e.aroftATC. ft TELEGRAPH CO. STOCK IS COMPLETE AKD -- Absolutely THE BEST- - . riillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Osil a or Ulephon. w whan In ard of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFF8. 3 Telephone 6. Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle ) -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED SAtl ftlQUEL , HOTfOA 1356. NEtlTA D itls cities It TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Saocesaor to B. C Rama?., dccaaswA.) r a. to rank favorably with Its slater ot Urn provlnco. Seville and Cor-Ju- j all tho terms, ilarble and Granite f flonuments CURBINO, HICKHAN, Rocda baa always beon a town of torn) tamers and amugglera, traits no icabt derived from the Moor; for the slnn has In his blood somvthlng cf Iht crlrnt.il, which Is reflected In his i;wc! Kj rrnnncrs and customs. Almost of STONE l t WORK t kinds, IRON FENCINO. f all KENTUCKY farct-- g and husbandry he employs nro Arabic, while nnd music ho revels In has a distinctly cast-tr- a karncii:r Ho Invariably has, too. In bis head some finding, and, as many know to their cost, lira cf U t:.t succeeded In Interesting with his "Spaulsh I'rla-csrr- 'i tit izz c Davidson & Stubbs ' I Meet Your Friends AT Trcasuro" talo many who own to have been bit-ttNew howovor, It seems aa If thcro was aomo rrc;r:i f r the treasure seekers' hallucination. Trcaa-erbai ben atatcd to have been found, and In a spot abtrt It might reasonably have been expected to bo. Tie rts' of the Moorlih king In the Callo Ran Tedro, R 'a, t Jilt In lOt! by a worthy fellow, Al Motabhed. t" tzi tho pleasing habit of converting the skulls of t!i a;'.itcl enemies Into jeweled drinking cups, from fc? crUd drink his wine, nnd who must often hnve rs ' rh to cool his heated head on tho platform a t3 this day hangs over tho Vast chasm of tho T; ready to reveal Its secret Thcro Is already e r.'jttrrnnean paaeago known, the Mlna do Honda. t. h I ads by a atalr of 35 steps, ono for every day ' lfc' rar, to a grotto below which was excavntcd by Clr'sUn ilavcs nt their Arab master's bidding, so as k tUo tho city with water In case of a siege, wh'lch r" o to the proverb. "Dloa mo guardo del zaquo K -- da," slnco In such event tho poor slaves would m tft to tho A QUAINT PARrjN endless taak of raising water from the frfci bc' w Whether It Is n branch of this f"sz; iUli h has been found to lead to tho sub-ria ta Major, which In Moorish time was a " . t" n pnlln.lA. ...l.t.t. l .1 moiquo and still retains soma of the familiar a ts beng under tho cnatlo, wo havo not full cupolas, and going to Its right descend to tho i. but It seems reasonable to sup-two lower bridges, tho I'uento do San Nlgucl and v- a specimen of Moorish brldgo building, tho I'ur 'a ,.( 8 two towna In ono. Thcro la ento Vlego, finally descending to tho lowest U ' 4 Mcorlah town, whoae winding lanca play Moorish mill, past which tho river dashes In ,';""' '"aks of ups and downs, full of quaint seething rapids nnd from which tho view to tho Wti, iieBVy walnut doors and hcav-- J great bridge abovo, which scorns suspended In windows, sheltered by tho old Arab the clouds. Is a sight to bo remembered. Kv-- n d walls, perched ou a apur of tho hills, When you nscend to tho now town and stand ' r fJ ty tho auadelcvln. which girdles It na tho upon promenade, Its walled platm 3 C T3 tho city of Tolcdc Thro Is tho now forms the public down upon with clustering roofs tho and look wllrh u moro or Icaa typical Spnnlah of tho old town, tho fertile tilled land spread out 3a rf badly paved strceta and low whlto--Vbolow, tho river COO feet under you and tho l8, but which Is tho moat Interesting purplo mountnlns standing out clear and bold of Ilondn, since It contains thu against tho blue sky, feeling tho fresh, exhilaratllaa do Toroa, whero tho Anda'uslan bull ing nlr blow upon your fnce, you can well Imagbn,0 gport ,jurinK the nnnnn Forla, ono g ine that the dwellers In Rondn cannot holp ,Ke c ?st InterostlUK fairs In Spain, nnd which what thoy call themselves In their proverbs, this strlklnK advantngo that tho cap "En Honda los bombres n Ocbcnta son I'olloncs" cf lho l,rcd old nock bestridden by tho "In Honda tho mon at 80 nro chickens," for irt a can ho cast over tho precipices which thoy havo every Inducement to preservo tholr 'f Ka l and left to tho scavenging olllces of tho vitality and vivacity, though they take good caro "ca fthleh It pleases tho Inhabitant to point not to overwork themselves In their (lour milling, J"t ti the unwary stranger as being the mora fruit growing and vino cultivation, tho wlno from UtJE'y eaKle which, an excellent brand, may havo something " you can concclvo a great rock cut In twain to do with tho Andaluslnn gaiety ot spirit, so aat chmm having on Its north part tho unlike tho reservednoss of many of their w t:wn nnd on tho south tho old, you havo "cda. llctween tho two halvea nt a depth of f 400 feet bolls and swlrla the turbulent THE ARCTIC WOMEN "J" w'.lrh still serves to turn the Moorish "ero corn la ground In tho samo way as aa done flvesovou-nln- o Every aprlng hundreds ot brides journey to hundred years ago, Alaska nnd fully as many young women go north, iig down on them from tho now brldgo with more or less trepidation, to be married, so " luuvo, which atrnddlos with ono Bluglo that tho number of homes In the neighborhood Y narrowest part of tho black gulf, tho ' of tho arctlo circle grows larger each year. The 'Ike toys nnd tho millers llko ants. i '09 r 'i'K9 ItBelf Is a marvel, 230 feet ncroas and trepidation only lasts whllo tho brides aro or tendcrfcot. After they baro watched f lJ" ' i se height. It coat Its architect bis r f3,ll,18 tho tco go out and are real "sour doughs" they from tho parapets, be was dashed tr In tho depths bolow'. want no sympathy because fate sent thorn to a . Ono may pas by 1 lae i country whoro coal Is $30 a ton and lemons "y luteruatlng old of Santa Ma a -1 Lauderdale's nCMTICTC v i Tonsoriai Parlors nr hjdraullc abalrs Bad .T.rylhla JSt S Si I Union Clljr, YtNv W In Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. u,xi floor to Jones' Cat.. OFFICES: HloVman, Kjr. Over Cowjflll's dnif OLD 7VWt OF RON DA also tako a big pan of pay grnvel and wash It until tho specks of gold aro freo from dirt, m their fur park! and buckluks thoy can trot besldo thu dog sled on tho winter trail and when tho iourney ot several hundred miles Is over tney can play Mendelssohn or Chopin on tho piano that takes up halt the room In tho llttlo cabin. "Wo novcr sleep," declared a happy arctic housekeeper. "In tho summer It Is light for 24 hours and It Is not worth whllo to go to bed and In tho winter, when It Is dark for 24 hours, we havo to be doing things to forget tho dnrkness, so there Is no cbanco to Bleep. Hut wether thoy sleep or not they look fresh and untagged like tho days they go forth to bo joyfully meet. r ' J1 Elding. Tenn. C B. A. I A IVFT Lf-AllL- J ' Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . FOR SALE Botk cIty nntl f&rm &t r- -- -- DOOKS. 1NCW "Rrtrttrc TvT Stationery Post Cards. sw-tjks- s reagoniQ pricea PP" havo real estate for sale, lot us get yoa buyer. If yon Notions, Etc ADDRESS: d I- - ''- Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Kentucky. pro-i.a- cj bo-In- MOTOR CAR CIVILIZATION. Marv Berendos&Company Itl? Let our wild people rush up against Mr. Auto nnd they will not want for a lesson, mo auio, likn war. la roundlito un and oulotlng nnd sooth lug our wild Comanches and Mohicans. Around our greatest cross streets ono no longer Bees ancient jackass stunts, no hollering or shrieking and running; everybody Is all attention and, as fear of tho Lord Is tho beginning of all wisdom. so a military attention In nn army of wild Wtijlos Is the beginning ot that blessed discipline which wo need. New Vork Prcsa. DEGENERATED THROUGH TIME. Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they aik for good job printing. We can tickle the most People wh exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excettent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are thi most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt nd careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. OF 'k i't" "cheo-chalkos- ," church Though "Bnooks" as a name Is hardly beautl Klndlj ful. Its origin Is respectable enough. neonlo picked up a llttlo foundling boy at Seven oaks and started him In life after baptizing blm Ho became lord mayor "William Sovcnoaka." ot London In tho reign of Henry V., was knighted and died In 1432. Ho left benefactions to bla natlvo place that were doubtless misused, as wu his name, which degenerated to Snooks. JOB PRINTING &FbSS a, little cbnrjcr than th. oth.r fellow. Wadding inrltatloas. Utter beadi. bill head, bills, at&tem.nta, dodger, carda, etc., all receive U same careful tr.rttntnt juat a little better Utu seems naceeury. Prompt delivery always. ixilmt Progressive merchants nuiili- full If efforts to encourage nmr k.-- t gardening nnd wo understand that the N C. & St. I., proposed a inesn of transportation to central ninrk.is is the price nt which for these products If our raninrs we offer you this would ritKono In the Industry; liii from n direct cause nil of these f week an forts have failed. The direct cause, as wo have seen It Is n will to put forth nn effort, even nt tho rink of email returns for n beginning. The farmer's returns for tho past var have been better than nt nny tune In the history of farming In Fulton county, yet they aro not renlldng the profits they should, nnd they an- - not consisting of altogether to hlaino for this; th-If not they, who? A pointed Question urine nt this Juncture that must be answered by thone who hnndlc the farm products. Thoro Is n tendcii y and always has been to put a prlie And 12 on whnt Is raised nt home, and if this price Is not accepted, to send to other mnrkets for these nrodtiit For only a small cash payment and $l a week until paid. rather than encourage tho home grow ers. Tills Is nn Intolerant spirit that The New February Records are here mltlgntes against any town or city Hint practices It Only enn tho grow You're invited to come and hear them er be encouraged to make nn effort to grow vegetables, small fruits, vU when ho gets n profltablo price fr them, nnd It Is to the merchant's m terest that handles these commodities to pny n good price and thereby hse fruits nnd vegetables fresh and pals IN POLICE COURT. AHEAD. , LOOKING table. There Is such n thing os be Tho following onsos havo been tils-o- f lng too grasping, and thereby ov. r It has beon said "yon novor can It; Judgo Homluy's court since our lynching one's self; this spirit an tell what a lousy calf will mako." piles to towns and cities ns well as While the expression Is not vory eu- last Issue: It has been charged ths Individuals. phonious, there Is some truth In It. Geo. Wright, breach of peaco, fined the promoters of Hickman drnvo away What we aro sometimes UUposed to $11.60. railroads and other enterprises u call 'idle talk" turns out pretty much negro, violating lo- their dny, nnd Memphis nnd Cairo as some lousy calves better than we calCnlllo Cnson, continued. option law, have profited by their shortsighted . carrying conccnled ness, let us be careful thnt the snmi Oscar Ten years ngo n resident of Hick- weapons, I.intlor, to another charge, grasping spirit does not keep our reduced man indulged In tho expression of fined $16.50. town In the shadow of retrogression his opinion ns to tho future of this Kd Totten, negro, violating local We want capital to Invest In Indus city. option law, fined IfiO and costs. In tries In our midst, what inducements It was said to be "Idle talk." are wc offering them? We sent to Jail. Among other things he said: Richard Dookor and Jack Drown, Cairo, St. Ixitils ami Louisville for "Ten years hence what Is now a negroes, breach of peace, fined $11.50 almost everything we consume, pay lng those who seek our trade for n boggy swamp est of Illckmnn will ttflCll. Ceo. Nichols, sniuo as above, fined their energy nnd tho ones for whom bo made Into town lots on which will they are soliciting nn almost prohlh bo found houses, stores, churches, $Il.:.o. etc., and these lots will be selling Knot IMrd, breach of peace, fined itlve profit, making these articles nt diet higher than they should bo be fiom J250 to (500. Hickman will $11.50. cause thoro Is no encouragement to grow to 6000 people and will make raise them at home. The town that one of the best towns In West Kenis abundantly supplied with home DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED tucky. All this bottom land, which grown food Is the town thnt catches can now be had at $5 to (16 an acre by local applications, as they cannot factories and bids for the invest will bo selling at $60." portion of tho ear, inputs of capital in Its own enter Those who heard this prediction reach tho diseased Is to cure deaf laughed at the optomlstlc view of the There andonly ono way constitutional prises. Tho progress of tho fanning ness, that is speaker and one even ventured to say remedies. Deafness by caused by an community surrounding towns and Is cities Is considered when n location he Is a "d fool." Inflamed condition of tho mucous lln for a manufacturing plant is sought He wasn't. lng All of this and more has, come to this of tho Eustachian tube. aWhen how are our employees to bo fed tube Is Inflamed you have rum- and what is tho cost of living? Is the pass In the time allotted. bling sound or Imperfect hearing question that naturally arises In the man still lives In Hickman. and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf mind of the rnnn of economic enter This One day last week he made another ness Is the result, and unless the prlso. Itt us look this matter square prediction as to what ten years would can bo taken out and this ly In faco and encourage our tiling to Hickman. Ho prefaced his tube restored to its normal condition. fnnners the grow what we can est nt to remarks by saying "you gentlemen hearing will bo destroyed forever; honu; don't discourage them by the will possibly laugh and think I am nine cases out of ten are caused by stereotyped phrase that you can buy "buggy" land all that; but mark my Catarrh, which is nothing hut an In It cheaper some where else and then words In ten years from now the flamed condition of tho mucous sur- pay more for It In Cairo; It makes hills south of Hickman (now wort- faces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred against you first, then tho farmer, hies it would seem) will bo the best Dollars for any cose of Deafness and In the end, against Hickman If resldenco section of tho town. Every (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo ou want to niovo up and move your part of It can be reached by street cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send town with you, push up those who cars as well as the rest of tho city. for circulars free. F. J. Cheney & are making your town and on whom You will tiavo 20,000 to 25,000 people Co., Toledo, Ohio. you have nlwnys, and are now, do- here, and Hickman will come Into pending for your prosperity. Factor Sold by druggists, 75c. her own In the matter of railroads ls Take Hall's Family Pills for constl n will only como when you show and fine buildings; and water will spirit of encouragemen furnish power to run your factories, patlon. and progrcsslvencs8. Get your farm lights, etc. Those are my predictions ers In tho humor to raise things and and they don't cost you anything only Tuesday afternoon, Miss Winifred you will rnlso your town, not before the Umo you lose llstonlng to thorn." del Vccchlo. of Dyersburg, was tho A live mercnntllo club cannot live These things do not seem less feasi- honoree of a lirldgo nnd Rook party ble) than the opening of West Hick- given by Miss Anulo Cowglll. There In a dead town. Tako the nnasthctlc sponge away from the nostrils of tho man ten years ago, or tho growth of wore two tables of lirldgo and ono of sufferer; op get off let the town from a paltry 1,500 to Kook. A salad course was served, crating table him ho will of the pass soon nd nearly four times this population. guests wore: Misses Ireno Far tho convalescent stage Tho What will you say of this prophet? Is, Louise Atw'ood, Virginia Prather. Homer Green, Myrtlo Walker, Mabel Wilson. Bottle Dcllow, Ruth nnd An Into the Subsoil. Miss Mary Clark, who has been nlo Ellison, Dottle Davidson and Mrs, employed In tho office of S. U Dodds Henry Sanger. So far, four enthusiastic boys have for the past few months, left Monentered Into the Corn Contest, as C. G. Schlcnker is in Eaton, Ohio, follows: day for her homo in Paducah. Miss Arthur Lowis Threlkeld Clark made many friends whllo here. this week, Delbert Chonte. Marshal A. McDan Jr., and Paul I.lndor. Wo hnvo kl. written several others but as yet havo had no response. Tho few that have so courteously signified their willingness to participate will bo suf ficient to mnke n good showing, but we would gladly havo thnt many moro. Wo nro in receipt of tho seed corn nnd we flntter ourselves that It Is as flno as any that has over been brought to Fulton county. Those en tering tho contest will got a start of good corn, tho best to bo had in tho Stato. - 19- - MORE FACTORIES WANTED, -1- 17 John A, MeDliirp Mrrctor Snl limtltutn IMMrlcl We have heard the words of our rnptlon Iternted nnd reiterated both by individuals nnd tho orico flourish lng Mercantile Club now practically A BUSY PLACE. Iw Edison Outfit r One Combination Gem Phonograph Standard Records Whllo making the usual rounds this week, n Courier man dropped In the lumber offlre of W. A. IHiilils Wo were surprised nt tho busy scene this establishment presented, espec-liill- r when tho early senxoti Is taken Into consideration. If tlloy are rushed now, wonder what It will be when he building season proper opens up7 When II T. Ilealo. Mr. Dodds' right hand man. bookkeeper and first Vsslstnnt. stopped long enough to cntth his breath, we asked littit If .lis w iisn't their "busy day." or rush little out of the ordinary In tho limber business nt this season Unin formed us thnt It wns with the aver age concern of this kind, hut that Mr. Dodds had built up n business lint kent t hem hustling regularly e uotiKh from the beginning to thoend of the year: admitting, however, thnt tie demand for building materials hnd uinterlnlly Increased nt the be ginning of tho year and their husl nrss hns exceeded by far their expectations. He says they are figur ing on furnlsiiliig lumuor Tor more houses right now than at any one time In tho pnst. What Is going on In the building line?" work nt night All of this .was news to us hut good now's. Show us n town thnt Is tislne him. b.-- r llko Illckmnn nnd wo will show you a town thnt Is building tip. Illckmnn thought. Is even better than un o Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. !, Walk er etitertnlned a number of friends nt "500," An excellent salad course wns enjoyed. TJie guests were A. H. Kennedy, It. I.. Ilrndler. J. C. Sexton, I.. P. Klllson. Mollle Prather. J. M. Kulihnrd. II. N. Cow. gill. K. II. Prather. J. II. Millet. K It. Klllson. Percy Jones, W. B Kill son, O. (I. firhlenkor. W. J. Harry, 0. II. Hond. W. II. Ilnltsor. J T Stephens and Miss Frnnkye Held In the evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker entertained quite a number of young people nt "6110." Salted nuts wsr served throughout tho evening. Kx tellent refreshments served In two courses consisting of a sntad course and cream and enko wns served. Tho guests weru Miss tanh Harry, Mm-dame- s two on your Grocery Bil- lOur coupon tyitem i. wi.. . endorse by wtpi-cted- Miss Vlrgliiln Prather nnd Font Mini evident from the inert,,, dox. Miss Loulso Atw'ood and Dr. C. M. lllackford. Miss Annie Kittson and Btcju,, i. Arch Hollow. Miss Winifred del Vet 'Just to give you nil Idea." said rhlo. of Dyersburg. nnd Clarence Mr. Ilonle. " wo nro Just finishing Iteed, Miss Irene Farls and Guy Hals, 8AVE8 YOU i per CENT. up n fine residence for Alec. Miss Aiiulu Cowglll nnd W. (I. Dor YOU KEEP YOUR OWN names; finishing n house for Kd M- - nan. Mist Myrtle Walker and Ore ir U ii in West Hickman; finishing two Harris, Miss Frnnkye Held nnd Kd PAY OULY FOB What v ullages for (. H. Houd; beginning ward Prather. n the work on four cottages In Two weddings occurred In the low llnnd's Addition and finishing ono for MAKES YOII unnr ...... tne same party; have under const me er bottom Sunday of last week, when write. residence for .Marshal Joe Tcrrett, son of G. II. Terrett, and lon a QIVES THE new ri,.... l arks, In (load's Addition, nnd n Miss lllanrho Evans, daughter of (1 unn run .7..".'.' house for Mrs. K Case in West It. Kvniis, were married, by Judge W MIS MONEY mwnb r Illckmnn. cottage for II C. Madden V Naylor. The Judge, on the same SAVER lift A nnnv.... in tho new addition, one for Green dny. married W. J" James and Miss OftUAM T. Keys nenr Mottling Works; hntojuxl Sus.in llnrtiiu. romplcted n smnll house for Dr. K ENABLES US TO SELL r Virgil Ayers. a young white man 0. Oterby. and furnishing material Ut03 MUNtY, fur H. L. Gray and several others ro was arrested Monday night by Depu modeling. Our popular 'installment yty Sheriff Hob Goalder and PoliceNO DAD ACC0LNT Tn plan" Is another factor of some mag- tuaii John Wright, on a cbnrge or i nn iu He was fined ICO and It In- bootlegging. nitude; It Is growing so that TOMER. money, costs by Judge Nnylor. Wednesday volves no small amount of vnn uurwkt unit Tin is r. ww n iwn nnA but Mr. Dodds Is still stinking to It 10 nice work mules, FOR CLKY BILL 19 EVERYDAY nnd Is not turning nny of this husl- ranging SALE: $160 up the pair, on In price ms awny." . tir innu pnr Juno 1st time, note 6 per cent, mort Whatever may be said for or a- - unge or personal security. Can be gainst tho "Instnllmont" plnti. It oc seen nt Stohr s 8tnbl. II. 11, llogrs, MEATS IN HICKMAN. curs to us that It Is ono or the 3tfo greatest boons of the town. It en AND AGAIN SAVES YOU PER CENT allies the cltlien of tlmltcd mentis The Forbes Piano Co.. of Memphis to buy and own n home, nnd anything Is figuring on opening a branch piano TRY IT ONE MONTH, :nal helps to accomplish his helps house In this city. If they local tho town A Urge number of Hick here, they will occupy the building re man people own their homwi. who. eontly vacated by J. E. Naylor. doubtless, never would have owned a Her. M. K. Slnley. of Fulton, will home hnd they been couixllrd to make the wholo payment nt nnr preach nt the Ilaptlslp. church In this in. All mnm at T.JO line. Mr Dodds Informed us thnt city, Feb. he hnd Just ordered n new brick inn hers and friends are cordially Invited chine which ho hoped to have here Itoy McKlnney is oxpectcd hero and In operation In a very short Sunday from Paducah to visit hi time. It will beat the old hand pro vlfo nnd other Illckmnn relatives. (Incorporated both In the quality of the brick prices he will mnke. lie al I wagons I have some good and tho will so hns out an order for another in a sell at a bnrgnln. cash or credit It of the same kind to be deliver It. Rogers. Illckmnn. chine Sltfc. ed In 90 days. He said, "1 am going W. A. Illlishnw has been quite sick ntter the brick busluess In earnest and If I don't get tho quality up and nt his home near this city. He has I ho prices down, I'll be fooled. And, pneumonia. by tho way. I wish you would get me Win. Porter and Miss Mattlo Cobb up a good stout advertisement this ere married by Judgo W. A. Naylor week for Pittsburgh Perfect Fence tvll 'em Its the best on the market; Sunday. . Hickman r ii fs -- 9 LBAVE AT wlde-a-wnk- e lasts longest, most economical and strongest and I'll back up tho state ments." The writer hns been too busy with other things to get up this ad. "How many men do you employ. Ur. Dodds?" "From five to seven, most of the time, nnd run from two to four Guess we tinms hauling material III have to Increase the force or Regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday morning nnd ev enlng. FOR 8AI.B: A fine young old mulo. Mrs ,M. E. Hose. 34tfr Ed Adams left Tuesday for Green wood, .Miss on a business trip. , LAUNDRY Bradley & Pan J.r n Basket leivrir.trT Mrs. Mngglo Klllson Is spending a few djiys at Dawson Springs. i Tuesday Best Work Lowest Pnco Let me introduce you to the new 000 oooooooot A. M. TYLER Victrola Attorney it Law I am now located t Tuscan, but will continue to Fulton tics In the courts of county and will be In Hlckmi" every 2nd and 4th M:ndjjf Bath Room Beatsty ooooooo""--- - FURS anj Hliios Mtnol tt J'ld" "'U , mm ttt h ll . yjasifflffim- T- O WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. Hs.N.M.rAPP .ic. W.r. tt temmlii.on k Have you neglected your kidneys? Havo you overworked your nervous system and caused troublo with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain in loins, side, back, groins and Lladi der? Have you a flabby appearance of tho face, especially under tho eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urtno? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you at Druggist, Price 50c O R, L. Gray purchased from Mrs. A, A. Farls, Sr., last week, tho prop- f r: - , ' 'lel., pnti M. Sobol ,7 y..i.Ul & lOUiim"- Son. .- It has the same clear, beautiful mellow that has made the Victrola the most wonderful and most perfect of all musical instruments. Come in and hear this new Victrola. Come and hear some of these new Records tone-quali- ty TYYYTTYYYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTT1 WHY NOT TRY! popham's 1KB i ..tuiii ni"" fl. Trial REMEDY , ,. $f F r r The hicri-crad- secret of making modem rJumbinR future. If your fn.tallmo of "SAMuiitvA" i i-,.!.: ii u new i OKI anu unsanuaiy, tlXturei are Enameled bath or lavatory will woik wonders in the appearance and youtioInbcA P, sanitation of your bath room. Decide now to change from the old to the new and let us quote you prices on these futures. They cost lesi than you imagine. We estimate at any time and guarantee all work to satisfy you. Repair jobs given prompt attention. erly Just north of Stnhr'B stable on Turn street, formerly used by A. J. Hunzlkcr for a blacksmith shop. Gray will run hU shop there, and Mr. Hunzlkor will use the new shop build ing recently built by Mayor Dillon, Just enst of tho lattcr's mnrblo works. It. R. Rogers will use tho building vacated by Gray for a trading stable. NO DECEPTION IN every case. price um I Love a Lassie by Harry Lauder. Stop That Tickling, Jock, by Harry Lauder. Tobemarjr, by Harry Lauder. Schubert's Serenade, sung by Evan Williams. Auld LanR Syne, sung by Evan Williams. Miserere, from II Trovatore, Caruso and Alda II Trovatore, Caruso and Louise Homer. We shall be pleased to have you come and hear anything you may wish on the Victor. $1 rc w Williams' Mfg. Co., rw" o "o o o o oo ooooo 0 0 Fortune's Witch Hazel and Almond Cream down and $1 COTTON & ADAMS a week will put a VICTOR In your home sticky like other preparations of Its kind. For sale by your local drug30-gists. to toilet It prevents chapped hands and face. It is not creasy or for tho The Courier collar rearer cenU per ubacrlber T to either steal or .crlbe todar. . o- sJ costs only , 'cbe.? 1 borro 1 gl)t) o f , 0 D I Ellison Bros. I funded. If not MtWed ooooooo--- . - o 0 Business -- Directory - ASK FOR RATES- WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop. Side tf . . Doit ot Milk and nutter delivered. Homo Iliono No. 27. McMURRY Attorneyt-nt-La- SOMETHING NEW We have just received a large supply of nice WALL PAPER SAMPLES and can furnish any quantity at the lowest price ever sold, from 5c to 30c a roll. We will be glad to make estimates at any time. The best grade canvas always in stock; also samples of Mouldings for interior decorations. Prices very reasonable. A FLAT Drug Company Ky. & P RATHER Offlco over Hlckmnn Hlckmnn, , DETTERSWORTH Qrocerlet City Delivery; both phones No, 38. "IJegt ot Kvcrythlng" D. 8. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Lot ma flguro with you. Hickman, Ky. j . T- I id positive proof that a certain remedy for i. ..1 1114 ttf 1U' trjingur (J l''c 'as thirty years vc have not succeeded in Ifu woman that Lvdia E. Pink- s.crv .' .. fair-minde- m.i1i m.inV remarkable cures, j vou j COTTON 4. ADAMS d ., . :;n i pportunity to do so by direct correspondence. ' .' c read the following letters which we guarantee . .,nn ruin 11--.,iif,ii uliiiui U, Hoil'tm, Olil. ' ' oiuiorcci ror n long tinio from n wnuncsa. nil mm miMircnniuii. fl.nlinalloH. lirrnilMH imun until lieu a I'liiklnim'H . 't liulvll 111111 takn J. mil iwi 1111 .1it 1; 1 Wjrotnliloi Com-vunuu nr nil iiiiiu iiiim.f..ii.. tti . '. i 'ttitiikiitil. I liavo At'nrv roiiKim tit Iwllrtvn I ntn tin . I. na fjarinoelno, UiitlMon, Ohio. It. F. U. No. 7. St. it'Ki Fall, jr. v. "Two years wjo I wns fio Itiul that I had to take to my bed every mouth, anil it would hint from two to tlireo wefks. I wrote to you foradvicuand took Lydla IC.lMnk-liam'VoKotnbJo Compound in dry form. I am liapiiy to wiy that I urn cured, thanks to your mcillclno and kmmI advice. You may uso my letter for the gowl of others." Sirs. J. II. Hreycrc, RU HvkIh Falls, '. Y. There is absolutely no doubt about the ability of this grand old remedy, made from iV T 1. 1 the roots and herbs of our fields, to cure v r. rl. J '.exscs. We possess volumes of proof of this fact, 1 1 's l table uompounu nas cureu mousanus anu r.un of the ills peculiar to their sex, then we . 11 1 .1 1 ,i mou- - Plumber Go and Tlnnert Anywhero for llnslness Phono No. 73. nflly 1I0 the Hakri mint through the h r And rtnn'B na bliiimm rtnl hire nnd tlx re. An ftiWntly, an almlexnt)'. filch kom (Wait Jiut a minute till I warm my none. How FUQUA, HELM & CO. Fire, A. E. KENNEDY Llfo and Accident Insurance Dost Companies on Earth I'hono No. CI. COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 Will sell 1. m 111 11 other. that plnco and get you an No business, no pay. The mi'iulnwtnnil la billowed with the. drifts BVf where lome iturdy tree its branches una Ami toaaes buck the tumbled snowy (Qreat Kcott! It's halt a mile from her to home.) ee the wnnton Ruats that piny and prank fling the spinning flakes ncalnit yon And tanK Which. Ivorled, Its mighty bulk up- rears (I'll hare to pause ngsJn to warm my fim M HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. I'hono 20, nlRbt or day. Hlckmnn, Ky. NEW BOAT LINE. Now Now ears.) J 1.. ror.'K years Lydla H. IMnkhamS Vejrctahlo III 11 jl tt Hfuiiiml llflU liilttl Wlllliultf filH . I .... 4 I A .. .I 111 .1 V ..1.1. - . r.. ......... ......11 j.. 1... ...in .i nance Jos. Abrams. general agent of tho The flakes In wild Orleans-St- . Ix)uls racket Com Klance pany, which has been organized to As fairies leaving track operate a line of stenmboatx between Half tho two cities, announces that with (Ooh!hack!) a bushel out tall tho service will be Inaugurat id on Feb. 15th. Their first boat will Then silence comes leave St, Louis next Tuesday. Roes by And now as thoURh In some wild form of abandon cllnt and neither trace nor went rlKht down my and so the storm tha the o FAIR DATES. With walllni echoes fading down "ky. And oh, the wondrous maslc ot (And snows oh, I know toes.) cxciulvciy from rtotH and ncros, atiu iour.an(Ls of cures to Itx credit. . 11 1 . I 1A II ..1.1. to Tlte her for advice. She han tlioimiunN to healtli free of chart;". Aildn vi 31 rs. lMnlthaiii, Lynn. BIusH. BXRIED HERE SUNDAY. f 1) W HOW DID HE KNOW? - ' f ' ' Tho late Judge Silas Ilrynn, father rlionn. Frl-- - of W. J. lirynn, once had soven hams brought hero stolen from his smoko-houso- . Ho k for interment missed them at once, but said nothing v. n nt about It to anyone. A few dnys later VmbtTK. fnlhor ot a neighbor enmo to him. 8ny. Judge." ho said. "I hear'd jV afternoon by "' ulton, and Itov. yew had some hams stole, t' other i ity. Tho num-- night." "Vos," verj con iiies who Rath- - fidentially,replied tho judgo, nnyono as "but don't tell respects was would nccotn-- you and I are tho only ones who r unable to know It. O wiiuli wro most k plae at tho NOTICE TO PUdLIC. ". th final sor-'by th Masoulo 1'artlos who owe the Hickman Fur ' mtnTK wns n nlture Co. accounts that are duo will d iii.'iiilier. Tho kileaso call and settle at once. Wo ! most largely onco. the ' r witnessed hero wish to closo K. B.old books ntMgr, IlKEVBS, i the floral trl-- c O ..ml beautiful. ' "jt.K men Jerry Sparkmnn and Fred Haydcn, ot flno l" In iid a clean ro- - ot No. S, woro horo iTiosuay. 8. Ambon?, x 1 1 ' -1 West Tennessee fair dates are set for 1910 as follows; Paducnh, Aug. 31 to Sept. 3. Mayfleld. Sept. 7 to 10. Union City, Sept It to 17. Dresden. Sept. 21 to St. Paris, Sept. 28 to OcL 1. Jackson, Oct. 4 to 8. Corinth. OcL 12 to 15. Humboldt, (dato not yet set). O I've frozen Miss Laura Drown Is In charge ot tho primary department at tho College during tho absence of Miss nuflo o UrutT, who U attending tho Mardl all my No better candy made than Jacob's. Gras at New Orleans. I fell it all size packages. Harris, it Hickman Drug Co. O SUCH PROSPERITY 11 Times are ho prosperous under this Republican administration thnt the laboring people of the leading cities of the country havo been forced to clubs In order to check tho swelling tides of prosperity that threatened to submerge the moat trust. Of course It is u matter ot little concern that the lalmrlng man must cat wheat bran and sleep on the fence and wear his corduroy breeches patched with discarded Iran sncks, so that the pet trust magnates and other lords of high finance, who put up the campaign funds, can shout, "prosperity" from tho houso-tops- . People will novcr grow tired of procperlty but they may finally wake up to the fact that unden tho present policies of the dominant party, thnt only a few nre benefitted by It, while the great masses of the people are Injured to the full extent that the few arc benefitted. FRANK DUDLEV CO. Tho Frank Dudley Co. will open nt the Lyric on Feb. 18th, with the comedy "Hello Ulll." This excellent stock company will bo with us two nights, nnd you can secure reserved seats Drug Co. at tho Hickman General admission will bo 35 cents, reserved scats CO cents. It Is unnecessary for us to comment on this company, as all theatregoers of this city know that It Is ono of tho best that has ever played lu Hickman. DILLON & COX.Mgrs. O Tho Hlckmnn Furniture Co. handles the best line ot Furniture in West Kentucky. Let us show yotu NEW BOWLING ALLEY. WELL DESERVED. The Praise That Comes From Thank' ful Hickman People. Ono kldnoy remedy novcr falls, Hickman people rely upon It. That remedy Is Doan's Kidney Pills Hickman testimony always proves It reliable. v HARDWARE Thomas Creed, of Hickman, Ky. says: "For two or threo years my kidneys did not act properly. Thoro was a steady pain In the small ot my back and whenever I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges darted through my loins. My back ached at night and when I nroso In tho morning I was so lame that I could hardly walk. I often suffered from nervous spells, occasionally felt languid and became easily tired. Headaches also troubled mo and I wus very dizzy at times. Tuo Becrutlons from my kldnoys cou O reproach. tallied a sediment and I was often Mm ly dtffttlt is In-Horn to tho wlfo of Will Young, forced to nrlso during tho night on M the young wlfo nenr town, Sunday, a boy. account of tholr too frequent passag nothing of 'o es. Wheuover I caught cold It set !irouj!hout this see- tled on my kidney 8 and greatly ag ' 11 ntid fnvornbl A. O. Caruthors was In Union City, gravated my suffering. Finally I Monday. learned ot uoan's Kidney rills and procured a box at Helm & Ellison's Drug Store. I used them In accord ance with tho directions and one box rollovud mo. I can recommend Donna THE BIGGEST LINE OF Kidney Fills as a vory reliable-- kid ney remedy." For calo vy all dealers. Frlco CO J. T. Seat purchased the bowling alley equipment of a Union City firm last week and has moved samo to Hickman. The new amusement feature has The Happy Actor. been Installed on tho first floor of was an actor who never the Barry building, ono door west of Once there bad had a part that satisfied him. the '"rumple of Truth," and will be From playing minor roles from under the management of "suplng." In fact he had risen Btead Geo. L. Carpenter. Now we want Shuck or Johnson to set tho lly until he was a star. But for all that he could not find a pins and keep score, and all will bo lovely. part that pleased him. Until warm weather, this should be No playwright, from Shakespeare to Booth Tarkington, could manufacture a popular place of amusement, but us from bowling on a hot day a role that satisfied blm, until one day excuse flshln' beats It all hollow. an author came to him with a play In o which he talked all tho time. Kven while the other characters were de First-class- , WANTED: fresh milk livering plot lines he kept right on cow. Must be good. D. H. Toombs, talking; when the curtain dropped be- llouto 3, Hickman. .'!Gp tween acts he was to stand before It and talk, UBlng the alphabet, the mul Mrs. Hnttlo Itoper, of State Line, tlplkaUon tables and other helps to a few couples Wednesday conversation, but talking. Then be entertained Hook In evening at honor of Misses was happy. Drown. RefreshLaura and For the average actor does not ments were Marine served. want to act, but to talk. O ff ITu Important Prescriptions Any prescription brought here, whether designed to overcome some minor ailment or some dangerous illness, will receive our best attention. There's 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 PRESCRIPTIONISTS the malefactor of great wealth, pre sents hlmault at the appointed hour "May I Inquire, sir," he says, "what la your object In seeking a conOden tial conference with me?" Righteous Wrath. Tho congressman, having been qui etly Invited to come to the room ot Hot Drinks of all kinds at CowgUPs Drug Store. I REO Is what you need flnujnilPo flnm Qfnrp uu ii ijiii u uiuy uiuiu (Incorporated) I rim. Thirsty T cent. Foster-MUbur- n BUGGIES IMPLEMENTS York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. O Co.. Buffalo, Now Hickman Furniture "Certainly. I wanted to talk over some pending legislation." "What? Do you wish to offer me a bribe?" "No, sir. No!" "Sir, I run highly Insulted," declares the legislator, rushing out. To 1 RODINSON KING. Company MR I CAN FENCE ever brought to Hickman. know that We absolutely We We the Can Save You Money .,v uwnw. arc large buyers, and by that means get lowest I i v. being I'rlvllcgcd to witness tho cere mony. Immediately utter tuu cere mcny Mr uud Mrs. llchiusou left for a mouth's visit In Now Orleans and other Southern pulnts. and after tho first o' Murch will be at home nt r Tho Memphis has following to say ot tho wedding of u lady that Is well known to Hickman lii.uLle lliuel (iuyo&o was the sceno ot a pretty wedding Saturday night, when the llov. A. U Hoone united In mar Hugo MUs Auetto King, of Hickman, Ky.. aud Mr.. J. L. Iloblusou, ot New York. Thi- - brldo woro a stylish trav eling suit ot gray, with hat and oth r accessories en suite. Thoro were no attendants, only tho brldo's sister uud brother, Mr. and Mrs. S. M, Nal-fuof Hickman, and a few lutlmatos Nows-Sclinlta- FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS' GOODS Goods at a price that is within reach of everyone. Our goods are new and strictly First-Clas- Here la to Adam Humanity's pa He never spoke III Of his daughter-in-law- . It Worked. Yes." says the lady with the coral rlugs. "Mr. Gllphers was determined to reduce her flesh, and what do you suppose she did? Two months ago sue got a rolling pin nnd every day she rolled herself with- - It Oh, she was Just as faithful as could be. You know some women start lti on a reducing systsm and get tired of It and give It up alter a week or so, but she kept rigni at it ana " "Did It reduce?" "My dear, she wore the roltlnr uln out before she could give It a fulr O the First Fathcr-ln-La- s up-to-dat- e. 'Han ever to take care of your business. Yur neighbor trades with us, WHY NOT YOU ? Hickman Hdw. Co. (INCORPORATED) of tho lato Arthur King, of Hickman, and Is well known throughout tho Stuto of Kentucky. The wedding la tho outcome ot a romance which, be gan about a week ago, when tho trial, really." bride camo to attend a bull at tho Hot. (I Gnyoso, O iho bride King I'M ward Hotel In New York whero tho groom Is a wealthy broker, Is When in need of anything in our line it will pay you to call and look over our stock. We are always pleased to show our goods whether you buy or not. We are here to accomodate the public. tho charming daughter We Can Save You Money HICKMAN (IneorpcraUd) FURNITURE CO, E. E. REEVES, If there Is a blue mark on your Courier dont fall to renew this month as all papers are discontinued at the MpkailM el Um Um. Use, -- The Hickman Furniture Co. una In slock tho nioet complete stock of undertakers goods. Let us show you when lu need ot anything lu that Manager RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. 4 ft a A a A A A A A A A A A A A AAA A A AAA AA POR SALE: We have some new and second hand Iron Roofing, Locutt Posts, Brick, Pipe, Shovelt, Forks, Brooms and Cement that we will sell cheap. See us at Oil Mill. Richmond & Bond Co. HAPPENINGS City .Monday. AT CAYCE. to Union Olha Hammonds wont Alexander Saturday and Sunday. Misses Mary Allco and Pearl John-Ro- n were the guests of Miss Ethel Xayloi last week. Mesdamcs Etta Nallllng and Kdmlston attomlet the bedside of Mrs. .Maggie Drowdcr Saturday. Misses Delia Campbell and Eunice Johnson visited Miss draco Campbell, or Hickman, Saturday night and SunMel-vlii- n .Miss Ethel Kilmlston visited Mrs. Geo. J'owltt Friday night. Miss Jessie Vail visited Miss Lucy cf Its most honored nnd consistent Words cannot pay fitting members. tribute to his llfo nor eloquence ex press the high esteem In which his memory Is held. Further. Thnt wo extend to tho bo roft widow nnd family our heartfelt sympathy, nnd point them to Him Who docth nil things well. Further, That a pngo of our records bo set apart to his memory and a copy of theso resolutions bo glren tho family nnd a copy given mo hick mnn Courier for publication. A. S. Roiedale, H. E. Prather, J. C. Sexton, Committee A bo it RESOLVED. Thnt In tho death of Ilro. Aniberc. his widow has lost a kind nnd loving husband, nnd Hick man Lodgo No. 761. F. & A. M.. ono of Phoenix, Arts, on tlto 28th day of Janunry, 1310, was called from eartn to thnt LodRo on liign. uur nromer, nlthouRh residing In nnother state, desired to Ilro and dlo Identified as a Kentucky Mason. It being tho stato of his birth nnd whero ho first saw tho llitht of Masonry. Ho was Inltlnt cd Atirll 21. passed May 22. and rals ed June 26, 1905, nnd had retained his membership In this Iodgo until tho tlmo of his death. Therefore WHKtlEAS. Ilro. D. W. 8. Amborg, Practical Fashions CHILD'S ROMPERS. a. fY 1 Way YYYYYVYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYY "no, "A f' I on) Read tho Courier. that the 18-1- Frank Dudley HOT DRINKS Fob. Cowgtll'a I I,. A. Stono nnd wlfo In Milan, Tenn. Hickman Drug Co. spent Sunday Sytem of Clothe,. Making lluy your cigars from Harris, nt Cowgtll'a Drug Store Is tho only place you can got HKO. Joo Mnngrum was hero from Mos cow on business, Tuesdny. C. P. Shumnto nnd wlfo Ylslted rein lives in Nowbern, Tenn., first of tho the mot h.. ICCt in l IU week. Miss Kugenln Parham. of Mayflcld, la tho gtiest of Mrs. Kmnm Stephens A.j. '(til A II CJIII day. Catnpboll and Hen Johnson Angeles, Cat., left last week for where they expect to locate. Theso young men will be grently missed. Carl O Mrs. Eula Salmon was granted n divorce from her husband, Hob Salmon, at the last term of the Circuit Court. She was also allowed the cus- tody of their daughter. HEADQUARTERS FOR Paris Pattern No. 3294, All Beams Allowed. Checked or figured Ring ham, duck and plain colored chim 1 hnvo taken chnrgo of tho Hick- - brny are all used for this useful lit- col.nan Furniture Co. business nnd I tl garment Tho wish to say thnt I am here for busi lar, cuffs, pocket, yoke and belt are ness and expect to give my whole trimmed with light colored cotton ser attention to It. The Company has pentine braid, and the garment fas had tho name of keeping the best tens down back with buttons nnd line of goods In west Kentucky nnd buttonhole's. the Jinny of these rompers 1 will continue to keep up the repu tation nnd endeavor to Improve tho this season aro being mado of natural colored linen or khnkl. The pattern stock. It possible. Is In five sizes 2 to 10 years. For a Call nnd see me. years the rompers require child of E. E. ItEEVBS. 2 yards of material 17 inches wide, or tt yards 38 Inches wide, 2 yards of serpentine braid to trim. CARD. turn-dow- mis WVOK. Telephone your grocery order to No. 38 tho Old Reliable all goods delirored. About ono gallon of fuel alcohol can bo distilled from threo gallons of molasses. A. S. Darkett, of West Hickman, fM7i frW, ,HMIT and Prove tell it. u, FabrirtinJC.J HiauJ .. ism.!, r. i " i i Lasmiiiiiim .iiivotp-ssB M h 71 'A it c ,aw Ul u. to I llinw ikJ " it pays tho highest market price for all kinds of furs. List rour real estate with tho Cour ier. If wo don't sell it. It doesn't cost you a cent. Purity, accuracy and prompt sortie is tho motto of our drug department. Hickman Drag Co. proof to offer that the International lum. ni finest tailoring and at lower prices than any. aM4l it MILLET & ALEXANDER REEVES GETS JOB. All Kinds s Labor We Build, Repair, Screen, Paint, Paper and Move Houses Hardwood Floors Laid, or Cleaned and Waxed. Work of All Kinds. Cabinet Box Couches .$7.50 up 4.00 Kitchen Cabinets. Skirt Boxes . 4.00 2.50 Kitchen Tables 1.00 Ironing Boards 1.00 Quilting Frames. 75c Hand Made Screen Windows 1.50 Patent Screen Windows 30c Picture Frames to order 10c Other frames Enlarged Work, guaranteed . 88c 65c Frames for enlarged pictures. 25c, 35c, 50c The best Furniture Polish, per bottle Other things made. Prices on application. . "A little better than seems neces sary" soda fountain rrnta r.t Hickman Drug Co. service Harris to 'Tattrrn of thli paptr. Writ name and alilrra plainly, and t LOST: aura to glta alia and nurntwr of pattern. Last week. Uireo pieces of Mexican Drawn work; ono piece hand worked linen. Liberal ruwnrd. If re NO. 2294. 8IZE turned to this office 311c NAMZ C. n. Travis left Tuesday for points In the south In tho intorest of tho old TOWN rellnblo Hickman Wagon. STREET AND NO 8. M. Nalfeh left Tuesday night for STATE tho Chicago markets to purchase new v goods for tho firm of Nalfeh Pros. DRESS. MISSES' FOR RKNTt Five nlco rooms over Hickman Furniture Co. store: bath. and all conveniences. Apply at Hickman Fur. Co. Sltfc Tho railroad from hero to Hickman Is now a certainty. Work will begin on tho road at an oarly date. Lake To Droeure nttrn Dprtmnt." thti and 10 At a meeting of the stockholders ct tho Hickman Furniture Co. last week E. K. ileovo. proprietor of the City Mills, In West Hickman, was given the management of this big store; Mr. Hooves taking tho place of L. D. Smith, deceased, who acted In n similar capacity for many years Tho now manager Is by no mraus at, Inexperienced man, having been In this linn for several yeara both furniture and undertaking. There's no doubting his ability to shoulder and look nfter the responsibilities of tho firm, nnd his popularity should Insuro a continuance of tho firm's largo patronage. Mr. rtcerca' son, Leonard, tuccocd him in tho mill business. O - II Li a UUU1 U WA1SI1 wmwiM v 3 MUPCRtOR r 7 r tjsr far v Miss Elizabeth Coram left last week uiunty .Nows. for Now Hebron, Mias., to visit her Wash Whipple. D. H. Toombs. Kd brother, D. J. Coram. They will also Moztey, Crls Lcdwldgo. Tom Creed. attend tho Mardl Graa In New Orleans H Whlpplo nnd others from that vi- Miss Elizabeth, beforo her return, will cinity were In Union City, Monday. visit her uncle, Df. Maker, In "I worn W TO OTHIR UUtl tV L Oow Ut iWRvnor loan oinvr man irsot iittoi Tho Independent telephone concern It is said that Woodland Mills Is of tho country havo raised a fund of C lorir t at urockton. KUtt, tm an 1150,000 to fight against tho Pell srs- - t( havo a bank In a short time. tern, according to Max Koehlcr, of E. Cox Is tho promotor. Tho new In- how carrfullv W. L Doultll iIm stitution Is to have a capital stock t l.oiili. fit s of J1S.000. of which has Ihfirif thape,,r bclttf, wnr lantff, lu thin anroucf ira Wo notlco that It Is getting to bo already been subscribed. -aI ll'Tlnv tho cuatoui among mayors of our sisV K Itrmtlov nf U'ruvtlnmt Mllll ter cities to wrlto a message to their .Mui tirw, uu rcspoctlvo city councils. (let tho ha Tenn. Is talking of moving to Hick- nut luc roa sxix st man. In order tn tnki ndvnntnee of bit, Uncle Tom. our excellent schools. A. S- - BAKKECT Tho Frank Dudley Stock Co.. well known by the theatre-goer- s of this city, will play a engage two-third- fi Mutf 'v- "" two-night- Folding Beds, Sewing Machines, Organs Guns, Bicycles, Stoves, Lawn Mowers Locks, Saws Filed, Scissors Ground Keys Made and Fitted Harness, Saddles and Shoes Made and Repaired 4 If in want of anything call on us, we will try to please you. UPHOLSTERING ment hero on Friday and Saturday, Fob. 18 and 19. If President Taft'a smllo doesn't wear off or get visibly worn out at tho edges during tho present session of congress. It may safoly bo branded "fast colors,' and warranted not to fado. Furniture Repaired And made to look like new. Iron Beds d. Wood Beds Refinished . " Dressers " Tables " Wardrobes Chairs .75c 25c 65c up 75c " " 75c " 20c " Paris Pattern No. 3011, All Seams Allowed. Dotted foulard has been used for the derelopment of this body stylish frock. The porUon Is cut slightly pointed at its lower edge and to this Is gathered tho full skirt portion, which Is finished with a simple hem, tho tops of the sleeves are made In cap effect, the full putt finished with a wristband of embroidery; similar embroidery being long-wnlste- Washstands. Sofas Center Tables 50c " .15c " used for the removable chomlsette. to 17 The pattern Is In four sizes--1- 4 yeara. For a miss of IS years the dress requires 814 yards of material yards 21 Inches 20 Inches wide, 7 wide, CVi yards yards 27 Inches wide, i yards 36 inches wldo, or 4 yards as Illustrated, 42 Inches wldo; yard of braided net 20 Inches wldo for chemisette nnd cuffs. WELLS BORED We also have a well boring outfit. If you want a well bored l,i H1b,a. To procura this pattern rend 10 cents mill la Itlllllf lilt- - nf to "Pattern Dpartment," of this paper. ton or lliimndlatii vlrlnltv lln la v,rv Wrlta name and addreia plainly, and ba aura lo Biva sua anu numurr or pattern. favorably Impressed . with . this country . ..... . . ml . aim-mui-i i.uu. uuraiu. I.ook out for tho revival of river trnnsportatoln this spring. Nothing less than Halloy's comet can atop Mr. Kavanaugh'a steam boats and barge lines from making regular trips. Now Madrid Pocord. Wo specialize high grado tailoring. That meana quality, fit, perfect concave shoulders, close fitting collars, thin edged lapels, unbreakable coat fronts, and at rock bottom prices Schmidt, tho Tailor. Concrcto is now used in tho con struction of houses, pipe organs, boats', silos, floors, bnby cradles, burial vaults, etc.. In tho Pnnn- ma Cannl. and In making collar but, tons, to sny nothing of street skyscrnpera and hen coops. Jack Nl'Ulnn n lirntlmr nt Vri I) II Olfinr. nf thn .Tnffnranii lfntnl wiib hero this week on a short visit to his sister nnd family. Mr. Nowton has sold his farm near Hickman, Ky, boe-hivepave-mcntB- IS UNNECESSARY This the slogan of some people ; but hrtving rounded out twenty years, with the close of the present series, we still believe in telling the people what they have missed by not investigating the inducements offered by the Best building & Loan Association in existence. is unpro-gressive PEOPLE OWN HOMES in Hickman and Fulton County that would still be on the Ianlord's rent list had it not been for their P0UK in taking advantage of the MAN'S Savings bank, The frntif NO. 3011. BIZU., come and see us. NAME TOWN Ttio construction crew of tho Vln- cunues liridgo Co., Is hero again this week putting up tho new steel bridge Sewing Machines We have bought the Glove Factory Sewing Machines at a very low price, and will sell you a machine cheap, three dollars up, all makes. We will keep all kinds of needles and repairs for all makes pf machines, or will order for you. SECOND HAND GOODS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT, REPAIRED AND SOLD HICKMAN JOB SHOP HICKMAN, KENTUCKY HmmIWM Addition. This work was started In J miliary by another crow, but somo BTKBET AND NO miktuko was made by tho mill In get STATE ting out tho steel work which mado V It necessary to do tho work over and deluy mutters. Tho foreman of tho A Sweet Moment. Cy Wurman's young son had been crow hero now Hays ttiat ho will havo naughty and had been sent to bed tho bridge completed wlthlti tho next llvo days. Let 'er go. supperiess. Presently, wbon Mrs. Wnrmau It van at Cayco that a teacher wasn't looking. Oy slipped upstairs who sent u note iiomo Willi a pupil and whispered through tho door of asking hur parents to buy a grammar the boy's room: "Son, could you cat for her. received thu fnllnwlni? mitn".Mlstar teacher, 1 do not deslro for somo honey In the comb?' "Dad," the boy said, "I could oat it my dautcr shall eugag in grammur Id the brush," Saturday Krenlng ns I prefer hur to engag In amonr usiui biuuios, i cun icuru her to use Post. grammur mysnlf. I wont thrugh to O Kruinmurs mycelf and cant say as FOH SALE. Whltu Plymouth Hock thay douo mo no good nohow. 1 pro- eggs for sotting. airs. A. k. mciou' ferr lUV dauter to lnirnur In frnnrli drawln and vocal muslo on thsplany" 33ttc. nU, Hickman. Rouu 3. between town and Southern Heights Hicftman Buliaing & Ml present The books will close in the and if series on Feb. 17, 1910, me, at you wish to take stock see date. my office, on or before that TOM DILLON, Sr., Secretary Heard On the Streets Every One Who Gomes 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 909 and thousands more will make the buy this Season. They know that that sign reads right, that it points out the straight, true roadjto Helm & Ellison's Drug Store. We invite you to j'oin the procession for 1 '' ' I"t"l"l )........M"M"M""M' SURPRISE SPECIAL GLAZED to JARDINIERES Scinches diameter ill 2.50 quality, Nn 1 Watch Itlckmnn grow. Don't cheor tip yet, tho Easter hat I" yet to come. John Iffttrnn nnnnt homo thin week. n ttnt flnvn n A I Owen, of McKcnzIp, Tcnn., was horo this week on business. 5c On Sale AT office WANTED ! A poocI cow with young calf. M. A. McDaniel. 36p Tho Embroltlnrv ritili nmnin with Mrs C, F. Unttzcr Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. P. Rhmnntn la vl.ttlnir rot. ntlves In Newborn, Tenn., this week. FOUND: nhlld'n rnn Tlnin-llw- . It pay for this notice, nt tho Courier -- loio- Saturday Morning 11 O'CLOCK SPECIAL SHOE SALE Of fresh, up-to-da- te Shoes, all sizes, thrown on counter at Sale Prices Bluchers-New, Ladies' Tan 1 stylish goods, regular thrown out at Shoes-Fre- sh, 1.98 Misses' .50 Kid 1.25 new goods at this sale Children's 1.25 Kid Shoe- sSale price 1.00 Infant's Kid Shoes-Siz- es 3 to 6, 1.00 quality 75c Men's Fine Gun Metal Bluchers-Be- st of quality, up-toda- te in style, comfortable, best wearing shoe, regular 3.00, at Sale price Boys' 2.00 Shoe- s'- Men's 2.00 Shoe- sSale price Men's 5.00 Peters' "Par Excellence .Sale price Men's "Diamond Special" 350 Shoe- s- .Sale price Ladies' Finest 4.00 Shoes, "Par Excellence"At -- 2.00 1.50 1.50 3.50 2.50 2.98 And Some Excellent New Things in MILL REMNANTS or less, of real values. PERCALES-Ya- rd wide, fine quality,. .sale price 9c FINE QUALITY LONG CLOTH15c values, .sale price 10c FINE MERCERIZED WAISTINGS-S- old everywhere 25c,sale 12jc 10c WHITE GOOD- SSale price 5c . EMBROIDERIES, LACES AND RIBBONS - Sale price is just price. INFANTS' HOSE Light blue, pink and white, sale price 6c LADIES' 50c HOSEBlack, pink, light blue, tan, plain and emb 25c one-hal- f, At about 12c -- SPECIAL VALUES IN RAINCOATS Ladies' 6.50 Raincoats at . Ladies' 5.00 Raincoats at. Misses' 3.50 2.50 Raincoats at 2.50 1.50 1.00 50c 40c ANY ALL MISSES' LONG CLOAK IN THE HOUSE for Values from 5.00 to 7.50. Styles are good. CORSETS AT SALE PRICE-A- 11 J. C. C. Corsets reduced. 1.50 Corsets cut to 75c Corsets cut to 1.00 1.00 Corsets cut to 50c Corsets cut to 75c SPECIAL 4.50 2.50 Center IN FURNITURE 3.85 1.98 2.98 5.95 7.75 7.50 Wood Bed at. Beds at. 1.50 Center Tables at Tables at Rockers at 98c 11.50 Iron 1.00 Center Tables at 8.50 Dining Tables at 10.00 Dresser 2.50 Rocker Iron Beds at Mattresses, cotton tops Wire Springs Dining Chair ' 9.35 .2.50 up .5.75 in Hickman, last week. Geheo. S. L. Campbell and daughter. Miss GOV Wlllnnn hna nnnnlnln,! fnl.n Jno. It. McGeheo and rife, of A McCluro to represent Kentucky at Delia, and Miss Eunlco Johnson visneighborhood, visited relaited frlendd and relatives in Hickman tives hero Tusday. tho Cotton and Cotton products Asso- Saturday and Sunday. union at Atlanta, Ua Feb. 10. Clover and oat sowing is tho ordor O of the day. Corn is a good price now Tho ladles nf tlm Kmh und tho farmers are delighted. PILE8I PILE8I wero dellclltfullv intirtnliinl PrMnr "Oround hog seen his shaddcr," afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. 8. L. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will says the wise old solons and wo aro uouus. a salad course wns served. cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles to havo five weeks more of winter. Social llfn hna nkn nn thn enm. It absorbs the tumors, allays itching to grace or Hero ber look of dejection, ponding tho ar- at once, acts as a poultice, gives in' mar the wo are again tho dear old columns of rival of Easter when It will again asstant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Courier. Let us hopo It will bo tho sert Itself In its usual gorgeous is prepared for Piles and itching of former. O J -A- Mnnrn nttitrnmli. . r, t7n..lll, the private parts. Sold by druggists, v. HEALTH AND VITALITY. ii v. j villi;. mall GOc and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co.. La . Siindnv. whom hn h Mott's Nervine Pills tho construction of a big concrcto Props., Cleveland, Ohio. The great serve and brain treatno was accompanied by his ilium ntia aim cniiarcn. ment for men and women, produces 16 TAKE EXAMINATION. strength and vitality, builds up tho Miss Charlotte Itulibnnl loft innf mursciay to visit friends In Nashville Sixteen applicants for the appoint system and renewa the normal vigor, ueioro leaving on Her southern trip ment of census enumerators for Ful for sale by druggists or by mall, 1 Sho was Joined Saturday In Nash- - ton county took the examination here por box, 6 boxes for 16. Hickman vino uy airs. s. ai. Hubbard. last Saturday afternoon at the Col Incorporated. lego, under the direction of Postraast Drag Co., Tho MpthmliRt rhllrrhna nt Stephens. There wero fifteen ct Jas. iVlOBCOW rlrrillt lintnnlv Mnarnw white applicants and ono negro, as ton and Harmon v. havn Inrrnnsi'il tlm follows: D0ING3 AT OORENA. immurB Hiiiary uy tiu over lost year, Silas E. Howard, Fulton. nev j. w. uouges is mo new pastor, Howell King spent Saturday night Frank N. Harris, Fulton. in Hickman. Mrs. Nannie Kingman, Hickman. Gov. Spry's threat' to ston the Jcf J. H. Pickett was hero from Hick.Mrs. Florenco H. McMullin, Hick- man, Monday. fight July 4. If nulled orr at bait Lako. has killed tho pros man. J. 0. King had business in CharlesWra. B. McGeheo, near Cayce. peci or a crowd ulg enough to pay ton Thursday. Wilson, Hickman. Chas. A. Guy Hall la in Wolf Island this oui. unu it may Do held In San FranWllllo C. Hall, Fulton. cisco. Tho purse Is for J 101,000. week shelling corn. Mark S. Hardin, Fulton. Joe Polhamus wont to Charleston Snra Johnson,. Cayco. In Clinton tho rllv council tmRRtwl Monday on business.. an ordlnanco this week prohibiting Thos. N. Ballow, Crutchfield. O. T. Fletcher returned from MarHerby W. Brown, Hickman. DO01 rooms, bowline nllpv hnr (mil tin, Tenn., Sunday. Sllevs or nnvthlnp nf hfu anrl nf n. Prof. J. 11. Saunders, Hickman. Services next Sunday at Locust C. M. Bellhelmer, Fulton. musement cntcrprlso from operating Grove by Kov. Methony. Earl P. Carver, Fulton. in mo ciiy. wo presumo checkers Is Wo aro glad to learn of Llzzlo and Mrs. P. Boyce. Fulton. tiui on tuo "tree list." Mamye Pickett's recovery. It. Haydcn Wilson, (col.) Hickman. Miss Alllo Hlgglns spent last week Members of the Christian Sundar qualified apThe 11. Pickett and family. School and Church will please bo In plicantstest forintho best was shape of filling with J. attendance at both services on Sun out blank forms, the as will be acMelvln Lawrence, of Hickman, U such day, belt. 13; business of Importance tually used in taking tho census, and visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. O. King, will bo considered that concerns nil was limited to three hours. There this week. of tho members. Don't fall to bo were names of twenty-on- e Mrs. Lyda Pickett spent last Wed piosent John A. McClurc, President sent hero from the departmentpeople nesday night with Mrs. J. H. Pickett, who Hoard of Deacons. had applied for examination papers, in Hickman. Marion Dick moved to a farm be John H. Ray, postmaster at Sedalla. but only sixteen finished. It might be of Interest to our longing to John Bryant In Gumwood light miles south of Mayfleld, was arrested Tuesday morning by Deputy readers to know that tho county will Valley, Monday. Mrs. Pearl Maddox and husband I ntteu states Marshal Elwood Neel. he divided into eight districts with of Paducah, on tho charge of embez- nn enumerator for each district. In wero in Hickman last Friday buying zlement. Mr. Kay accompanied tho other words, Fulton county will havo their household furniture. marshal to Paducah whero ho oxecut-ce- d eight enumerators. Tho river Is falling fast and farm bond In tho sum of $300 and was Tho districts aro as follows: ers are preparing for work. Some released. Fulton, No. 5C. havo already begun plowing. Lodgton and Crutchfield, No. 67. Mrs. B. C. White, of Gumwood Val It is certain that Congressman Ol- Cayce nnd vicinity, No. B8. ley, spent several days last webk lie M. JameB will bo declared tho ltush Creek vicinity. No, C9. Taylor, at Democratic nominee from tho First Between Troy Koad nnd Mud Creek with, hor mother, Mrs. Rutherford, Tenn. Congressional district to tho Sixty- - No. CO. second congress. All prospective canThe ferry boats between Dorena Between Troy road nnd Lynch didates must enter tho primary by Slough, No. til. a nd Hickman havo been very unsat reuruary is or our Olllo will bo de isfactory for tho past two weeks. Hickman, No. 62. clared tho nominee of tho Democrat Sassafras KIdgo and Madrid Bend, The Missouri people have been landparty without a primary, which was No. 03. ed In Hickman and then left to mun-agset for March S. for themselves getting back. The test papers woro immediately forwarded to J. K. Jones, at Prince A letter from the specialist who ton, Ky who is supervisor of census L. D. Threlkeld and wife return- is treating Miss Bonnie Carpenter's for tho 1st district, and appointments eyes states that she is improving, will probably bo mado tho latter part ed Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Columbus and Clinton. and if complications do not arise will of this month. shortly be restored to a clear vision We have been asked to correct the report that one of her eyes had been removed. O 0. Wnilo nml wlfi- - nf Ati.tnnhln nro expected hero today to visit S. 14, uimus nnu lamiiy. Misses Ilufln Timor Tallinn r.hnntn mid Dorn SmIUi attended tho Mardi HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. (Jras In New Orleans this week. G. W, Mcnccso was in Illckmnn Mrs. J. E. Navlor. of Illckmnn. Is Saturday, on business. hero for a few days with friends. Messrs . Hen Johnson nnd Carl She was formerly Miss Mary Waters. Campbell left for California last week Fulton lender. Mrs. Alice Meneese and Miss Sue On last Tlillrmlnv nvnnlnir M rn CI ltamer visited Mrs. T. M. Hlce, at U, Hond cntcrtnliifil n fnw frlpiwla Slate Lino, Saturday. Misses Pearl and Mary Johnson at Book at tho LnCledo Hotol. A visited Misses Ethel and Swan Nny-losalad course wns HELM & ELLISON RUSH CREEK ITEMS. Dan Davis child. and wlfo havo a sick served. r, Geo. White, of Union City, visited his son, Bernlce, nnd wife, Monday. S. T. Iloper and family visited Ills mother, Mrs. Martha Itoper, lost Sunday. Henry Treas sold his wheat for a neat profit last week, also Will Mc- fr. fries-Johnso- n o ..3.50 1.50 75c 1.75 The Grocery and Hardware Dept. Offer some specially good things in Annlo Cowglll, Mabel Wll son and Frankyo Held, and Messrs Ferd Muddox, Cowglll Itogers, Edw Guy Halo, Arch Hollow. W G Dor-naSwayno Walker. Clarenco Keed, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Cowglll, Mr and .Mrs. Curl Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. G 11. Ilimd und Mr. and Mrs. J. C Soxtou. BROWNSVILLE. Miss Hottlo Williams Is In St Louis this week, Miss Eva Wilson is visiting friends In Missouri and Arkansas. Kev W. L. King and Kov. Taylor, of Martin, preached at Brownsville Sunday morning and night. Messrs. Manuel, llaker and Town- send, of Doronn, passed through hero Monday enrouto to Clayton to get some work mules. Tho danco and entertainment given nt tho hall Monday night was largely ntteiided and greatly enjoyed by qulto a number of tho married and young folks Music by "Prof. Julian's band" (irapo Julco was served throughout tho evening. Those present wero Misses Virginia Pruther, Louise At- wooil, Annlo Ellison, Ireno Fans, Ho mer Green, Winifred del Vecchlo, of Dyorsburg, Keep Welt as long as you can, but when you do get ill Get Well as soon as you can. To do this requires the services of the best doctor and the best prescriptionist. Disease has all the advantages' no matter who the doctor is if his prescriptions are improperly filled or if the drugs used have lost part of their curative power. You need our kind of service to get the best results fronvyour doctors prescriptions. Sickness is too dangerous to take chances bring your prescriptions here. Pralner, Henry and Perry Hamilton, n, 5c, ioc and 25c Specials WHICH YOU SHOULD SEE THIS WEEK ELLISON BROS. Hickman Drug Company Incorporated I RAINED PLUNGES NURSE IS rWU ROBBERS KILLED BY BOY IN BATTLE WORTH KNOWING. HERONE OF WRECK INTO WORK AMONG THE INJURED AND SAVES ENGINEER'S LIFE. . Hints For Hostess Wff TIMELY SUGGESTIONS for Those Planning Seasonable Entertainments drive inn my k'cntly Willi genua who wnacai. fllmplt Remedy Thjt Anyone Can pare at Heme. Pre- Paul Sauls, In Desperate Fight, Slays Bandits Who Try to Rob Poitoffice. Paul Sauls, 17 Tallahassee. Fla. old. Is tho hero of this part of the country. From a mere youth who had never done nnythlng to distinguish himself ns different from other boys ho has become the Idol of his companions and has received n letter from Fostmast.ir Oencral Hitchcock commending him for his brnvcry. Two human lives were tho cost or young Sauls' bravery. Ho slow two robbers In a desperate battle and saved I'nclo Sam from being robbod of valuable roatl. Young Sauls was nn duty for tits father, who Is night watchmhn for the postoiflco building, when ho heard TAKES . CHARGE OF . PATIENT t Turns Station Waiting Reorp Into , Hospital and Heroically1' Performs Duty Midst Groans of Dying Which Turned Drave Men Away. ' Wnhlilngton. Iml. 'i tc.-- tp . ... ' ployes of tho llnltlmoro &. Ohio railroad and tho pooplo of this vicinity have not gotten through praising tho hemic action of n braio trained mirso who tmved the life of nn Injured oil' Rlnecr and ministered to the wAritfe ol others hurt in the wreck of a train at Ft. Itltner, In Lawrence county, recently. There Is talk of presenting a .medal to the woman. Five men wero killed when two fast freight trains, one a double header both traveling at high met hend-on- , pwl. The smash-ucame on a sharp curve. Threo engines were demolished nnd fifteen box cars were reduced to kindling wood, while hot watori from tho locomotives poured orrr the unfortunate 'englneracn pinioned beneath tho wreckage. That one more fatality was not add ed to the grewsome list was brought ncout by tho pluck of tho nurse. Mrs 31. C. MrKlnuey. of No. 222 ". Chest havo had something to do with her being there, but her courage and to nld tho dying are responsible for the engineer's life. Tho fatal wreck occurred a lltt'o after seven o'clock oue of the coldest roomings this winter. Soon aft? tho trains met, passenger trnln No. 4 arrived at Ft. Itltner. Tho wreck was 10 rods east of tho fetation. The c from tho passenger train was uncoupled and with tho trainmaster aboard was run to tho scene of the wreck. Frank Wells, the engineer on tho freight train, was taken from tho wreck badly Injured. He was placed on the pilot of tho passenger engine and hurried to tho little station, wot, cold and bleeding. One 7eg vu san-Rlehis oreast crushed and two Injuries" were nb6nt the head. Cliff1 Markle, ad' engineer on tho Louis-vill- a division, was on train N6. 4 and Iteing a friend- - of tlus Injured man, helped carry him back tq the station. Hut- - no sooner was the man on a cot In the station than off, the passen- Kcr train Jumped a comely young woman. Doldly sho stdpped to the side of tho cot and offered assistance, announcing that she was a trained nurse and that she was ready to do anything -dan-Kcrp- Omclals nnd em- nut strict, Louisville. Ky. Luck may Fired Over His Shoulder. a strained position and fired, tho shot taking effect, for only one of the men clung to me. I then placed my pistol on my shoulder and fired to the rear several times, after which I was free from their graajv" That every shot from the boy's revolver hit Its mark Is. shown by',the bullet holes In the dead men. One has holes In his forehead and right tomplc. while the other was 4 shot through tho stomach' and face. ' It Is believed a confederate warf'out-sldthe building. Three mileage books wero found on tho dead men. These books were numbered consecutively and bore tho names J. Martin, J. E. Walters and J,4 M. Strong. A complete outfit for safo, robbing, consisting of drills, nitroglycerine uses, caps. soap, wax and electric carcbllghts, was found on the men. m.v at tho door. He took up a pistol before answering. Some one on the outside shouted that a mall pouch had been picked up In the street and the boy opened tho door to receive It. The lad found himself looking Into thn barrels of two pistols nnd the or dcr enrao of "hands up," "My hands came up as they pounced upon me," ho said. "As they tried to bind mo with a rope I managed to get a knock pistol In o Tor St. Valentine. "Hearts nro trumps," and Cupid reigns supreme! Tho very atmosphere I wlh you wrm a snllixnt anight. seems full of hearts of red and pink. And ymi my lady fslrj I'd eretwd ymu every td(hL dnrts of gold and silver, truo lovers' Oh! what a happy pair. knots nnd other lovo symbols' galore A progressive party qulto out of th I wind that Ufa ordinary and yet In keeping with the IIhI hald far if day Is to bo given next Saturday night Baine Jay that I Might share with the.. Tho Invitations are out on the most beautiful Valentino creations, nnd the alali for Voh a score Is ta bo kopt with cunning llttlo I lull at jay nml Ufa of KtadftM. frv from tola, red hearts, each equipped with a tiny full nr mirth nail free from mdneM. wlro by which It will bo attached to Hrtsht a Kimihliir fir ram. scoro card, or rather tho I wtah f. wf re an atepsmnt booklet. Awl ywi n tMk) at ky; When tho guests nrrlvo they will b I'd tiwk.yoti In my rubier trun given theso booklets with hand-pain- t And earry yHi away. cd heart covers. Thoro nro five loaf lets, cachjcontalnlng at tho top n let U you were n (Vihar and t wtro a flh line, I'd swallAW tha ter In the word "heart," tho nrst on1, IleeaiM I nhoMld Hwk en yeur Ihls wai knnw that of course, having nn "II." Tho scheme yur Is first to match hearts to find pun And your wUh, of toira. would t mine. Then over eaoh table there I to be suspended a heart to doslgnst-If possible tho rhymes may bo Illustho color of the tablo. When four proplo have found hearts of ono color trated lth tittle pen nnd Ink or water color sketched, thus innklng a delightthey find the large tnblo to tnntch The bell rings and all seo how manv ful somenlr of the party. To choose words they can write down beginning partners for supper or refreshments, from wlih "11." barring proper names. Th. u suspend two bags, when tho belt rings tho two having the celling by broad streamers of ribbon or tullo. They must bo several the most words progress to tho feet apart; then thread baby ribbon table, whero they tako the nuxt ter on the page, which will bo "K through them, the ends hanging out At tho end, when the words have all of the side ot either bag The men been written, as many prizes as the each tako tho end of a string on one sldo tho girls on tho other, nt a given hostess chooses to give are nwardt-This Is more novel than cards for this signal tho strings are pulled, tha occasion, nnd has been proved a sue hearts are broken and partners are found at cither end of a string. cess by thoso who have tried It. If It Is a buffet luncheon and the Heart fostoons arc nttractlvo In tho rooms, and Cupids may be put on the men nsslst In tho serving, they may bo given aprons mado from white cakes or candles. crepe paper, having a border ot flam-luA Valentine Wish Party. roil hearts. Tho napkins may bo It was Indeed nn Ingenious hostess adorned In n similar manner. It it Is who evolved this charming affair for Impossible to buy them decorated for St. Valentine's evening. For the bene- the occasion. Since tho observance of "apcclal" fit of nny entcrtntnors this scheme Is given entire. days has become a general custom, The Invitations, sealed with tiny red merchants havo recognized, the fact hearts, boro this Jingle: and keep a supply ot novelties In thn way of dinner favors and souvenirs We gladly Indlta you for each occasion as It comes. If tho This note, ntnl Imlte you On Valentine' rvvnliur to eome supply of wlshbonoe Is equal to the deAnd Join In a hearty. mand, one mny bo given to each lady wUh party to be pulled with her partner to sco With friends who will make you at hem For some time previous to this tho whoso wish will come true. Artificial wishbones of all the turkeys and chick- wlnhbones may be purchased by the ens thnt had been consumed by tho doton. MAt'AMIt MF.nrtt. family and neighbors had been saved with this occasion In mind. Nowthoy, Ornate Empire Belts. woro fastened upon a In One of tho best liked features one for each guest, a special entlnc, rhymo embodying a wish being In- many evening and afternoon gowns Is empire belt made ot gold scribed with gold Ink. Theso rhyme- - the four-Inclets may bo made to suit tho In or sliver net or cloth of gold or stidividuality of each guest If the hostess ver, closely studded with crystats and takes a little extra time lu the prepa beads ot many colors. These nro worn a trifle above the ration. A few specimens are given: waist lino and ate niitnheJ In front I wlh jrou were n hammer. with a largo cabochon. And I a box ot lacks; I heart-shapent-rs- . hort-shaHHt, n-g d l- Ynti could Most peoplo aro moro or leas subject ! coughs and colds. A simple remedy thnt will break up n cold quickly and euro any cough that Is curablo Is mado by mixing two ounces of Olycerlne, a of Virgin Oil of Pino compound pure and eight ounces of pure Whisky. You can get thoso In any good drug store and easily mix them In a large bottle. Tho mlxturo Is highly recommended by tho Lench Chemical Co. of Cincinnati, who prrparo tho genulno Virgin Oil of 1'Ino compound puro for dispensing. half-ounc- o a h .i rra u.i .. 7". " ?'"""iiin Pram II form, kin. covering, cxcldcMnycilU v. top. '"Uat. '"."I nlaS?' f' rtn;i 1 lie action Is effect as well. ol"tt"". m, & ?ny "lvluanC,k.lIV'V' !;?'' HUNT'S LI G HT Always have needed. HI a.J rifi (111 1 Tol "Vntl very" likely. It Willi you when never t in u 2 m tha ' j"'ra,.f' IJ.Mr u ' ., f" A.B. " sn c hv an RICHARDS "til r. bcJ HttlCiUM ,JJ r or constipation Can quid!. X "4C.lueanes3 Uctnr;a.l, uvtn -- FILLS. i al luitly crally pa lk Lto. Curt IlJioaiacu, Ilraj. ft,! . SBBBBSBBBIr assssssssssssssssar I i DlUtn u c sr aa arW, Nelly Thoy say ho has turned over a now leaf. Ned He's bo economical Tm afraid ho'll uao tho same ono over again. .IK. .J I. n , . M .. k-Ir- a, t- -- 'a GENUINE CUP Renowned THIS OUT Wo Buy Doctor's Prescription for Rheumatism and Backache. "One ounco Syrup Sarsaparllla compound; ono ounco Torls compound. Add theso to a half pint of good whiskey: Tako n tablcspoonful before each meal and nt bed tlmo; Shako the hot tie before using each tlmo." Any drug gist has theso Ingredients In stock or will quickly get them from his whole-- 1 sale homo. This was published previously nnd hundreds hero havo been cured by It. flood results show after tho first few doses. This also nets ns a system builder, eventually restoring strength and vitality. Luck. TilUw. Biwu, Faltr. Caldaa Sial, lj,' Glnaaat, SMl,MaT AapU.WiilClncir, Ic. W. ara daalrrifaXiM Bt"k la Hides and Noel laa t aallaf ' i)c.riR1 , UtiiiJit.tr op. t 'alHa.'iu ,r & H. Sabol Som, "Does you bellere It's lueky to see do now moon over yoh right shoulder?" "Sho I docs." replied Mr. F.rastus Flnkney "Dose here stormy days ynu's tne) to ee any kind ot a moon anyway." Washington Star. Rxamtne carefully evory bottle ot CAUTOHIA. a safo and sure remedy tor Infants and children, ana seo inai u Hoars the EEONCHIALTROCr BROWN'S m r.- - 1 i. H "us &anirla !., 3" miji irsw A j (Oka. ''". r Good v- -l Important to Mottiora. Lilrtineal Smrt NO! N0STR0ITINC Signature i In ITtn For Oter !IO Years, The Kind You Havo Always Bought. The Modern Potonlus. "Fay your debts promptly, my son " All right. dad.M 'Then when Opportunity knocks you won't be afraid to go to the door" Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whailirr from Cnltla. Ilrat. Ntomaeh or are Nervoua trouldea. Ilia aele tJnuld-plaa- arrllavr.1 by Oapudlna. It's immauiaitiy. i. a ant In lake-i;nand tOc at trv Htorra. For Headache e-t KNONO 1HI PARXEB'S HAIR BAlSAUl , 86190-91-9- For Day and Evening adllr 1 Up. auriai HALFTONE! muini ii:si.uttu itajjl STARCH nn DOG PREVENTS AN ESCAPE He who gives better homes, better books, better tools, a fairer outlook and a better hope, him will we crown w Ith laurels. Hmerson. DEFIANCE patent r.Wi&3Ea Scents Prisoners Who Had Evaded Guards and Points Them Out to a Sentry. "The Blood is The life Stuttgart Karl Hau, former profes nor of Roman law In Georgo Washing ton university, Washington, who Is under a llfo Imprisonment sentence) for tho murder of his mother-in-laFrau Mclltor, In 1000, mado a vain attempt to escape from tho jail at nruchsal, Daden. recently. A warder's dog upset tho prisoner's plan. Hau, with another convict, during tho evening excrclso In tho Jail yard, Life of the Injured Engineer. slipped unnoticed Into a storeroom. to aid the Injured. Without waiting When tho exercise period was over for orders she threw off her coat, tho convicts returned' to their cells, rolled her sleeves above her elbows nnd tho absenco of Hau and his com and with a small handbag of medi- panion escaped the attention of tho cines and Instruments at her sldo, keepers. Meanwhile the two nic.o had secured took chargo of tho Injured man. It took but an Instant for those about possession of a wire ladder, which her to seo that sho know what she they fixed against tho 20 foot wall sur rounding tho prison nnd awaited a mo was about. With deft iingors tho nurse ran a ment propltloua for their escape. Tho hours passed until about six 1nlfo through tho man's grimy clothing nnd, with tho assistance of tho In- o'clock In tho morning when a warder jured man's friends, soon had hltu In passed tho spot where thoy woro hid' Itpt blankets. Working rapidly and Ing. With him wua hla dog. Tho sagacious animal, when It came tfvlng directions ns snlttly as an "old tfincr." she began rendering relief. Out abreast tho nook where the prisoners of a llttlo receptacle camo a hypoder wero secreted, scouted Hau and his She partner and barked furiously. mic-- srlngo and stimulants: Tho watchman quickly Investigated liarcd the natlent'a arm, andtsent a drug Into tho man's blood Just In and- - found the deserters whom he cov II mo v revlvo the heart action before ered with hla revolve'- - and returned It was too late. To her skilled eyes to their cells. As tho result of tholr soon camo thn knowledge- - that anima- attempt to escape Hau and bis com' tion sufficient to ward off death bad panlon arc now under doublo guard, Hau In November, 190C, lured his (been started, Foi tlreo hours hhe mother-in-lato a lonely street In Ila worked without, a second's rest. When tho train started to Seymour den Hadcn and shot her lu tho back to tho hospital tne nurso was by Ho was disguised, and fled to Frank Walls lido and not until tho com fort and then to London, where ho was nany'a surgeon at tho hospital ap arrested and returned to Iludon Iladen peared did 'she leave her patient. for trial, Hq was convicted and sen (loath, but lator.tbo sentence AVhcn some pno ,told. Dr Orcsley what tenced to had made was commuted to llfo Imprisonment had beeu done and after-hGerman, an examination' of tboflhJurIc', bt Hau Is a A sensational featuro of the case uimDly said. "Well, hero in 'one life suicide of JIau'u wife In June tuat, the wreck will not claim,, ferjtha was the his arrest. Hbo drowned or mis woman uuunaoi following heroic work herself In a lake In Switzerland. htm." e . Science lias never Knc beyond the above .mr!c itatcment of scripture. But it has illuminated :that ng statement and uiven it a meaninc ever broadc-breadth of knowlcdcc. W hen with the increasini: the blood is " bad " or impure it is not alone the The bra n body which sutlers through disease. .tn uuuuvu) ,1,. miml nml iiiiili'rmrnt are- cdcCtrJ, .II . Hiau and many an evil deed or impure thought may be directly traced to the impurity of the blood. Foul, Impure blood can be tattle pure by the ute ot Dr. I'lerco'a Ooldea Medical Dltcavco; . .1 ... . I g , f. h . It enncnea ana purines me curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and other "B(" hires aod other Hons, as eczema, tetter, or tatlons ot Impure blood. - r .... LT .ibc-- & salt-rheu- Ji t catinir Healing used as "Golden Medical Discovery" as a blood I treatment. If your druggist don't happen to il W V. 'n.SJj inK Salve" in stock, you can easily procure cents in postaKc stamps to Dr. R.V. Pierce, N. Y., and it will come to you by return post. Aw keep it as well as the : V'.r.Htja mdlc5ne ef unl Mi You csa't sHonl ititute (or "Golden Medical'l)iicovfry.'' which is a m tDS1"a In r 'n l, hsring a complete li.l ot Ingrrditnl. tlis owi cc mt l.ainrv Btfritril II COIlCCt UllUff 031(1 Dr. Pierre'. Flcaiant Pcllm DHKSS, Nymph blue Korean DAY would look charming made up In this stylo, (ho skirt has a deep yoke, to which tho lowor part Is gathered; a strip of fancy galloon covers tho joining, six lino tucks aro mado aprons tho shoulders, while others are iuade beneuth tho galloon which odgos yoko and Is taken from shoulder to wrist; tho sleeve la slightly tucked under tho galloon up out-tidot arm. Spotted not tucked In groups .of four, U used for tho yoko ' Materials required: Ten 'yard Corcun crepe 20 laches wldo, nine regulate and Invigorate nomif hj' "" adly has saved yard net, Kvcnlng Dress. This Is elegantly carried out In prlmroso crepo mcrlo, the uvorsklrt Is tucked at tho waist und trimmed at the lowor edgo by two rows of lino lace, In which a threud ot silver Is Introduced; tho Is qulto plain, A fold ot black velvet edges tho watstbelt also tho xleees, strtpHot tho lieu-artaken over the shoulders, continued under tho walstbolt anil form u semicircle, In front. A material plplnij ar ranged In a loop pattern trims Uit front ot bodlco. one-hal- yards galloon, and t pisos Urn Muab Iba . pi :IJ uid. vuu.u Cauaa uiiKiren f Uaaacaaaary Sulfariaf Do if Hoy up in inc dandy. No from over-eaim- s They Millions d surely - " f'jfoi w-- kjJ Ciat luUal Iha vXA-vu- im aaJ Uab lluoaU aad pranala men axiout ISom. ila It Uw--ao la lata aad A--a oU W t' Uul d' Qula JccpandlP;, ukBlhemwJ, CASCAKltTf TT All DruaiUta, 9 aaata. DOCTOR'S BEST FORMULA SUFFERED TERRIBLY. n plug of smoklnR and put It In n damp plnco outsldo somowhero and yja. X then como bnck after n week or two iri to look at It you'll sco n pllo of aquaro cut leaven, perhaps flvo or x Inches high. Thla In heemmo tho tobacco will havo loot tho tnolaRscs glue, not from tho, molasses having been washed off tho leaf, but from Ita having ferment...mu.tiiV "8nr. I'll novo to ed Into vinegar. It "Tho film of molasses keeps tho i i brand of smoking. .. - . ..... nTT inn leaf moist nnd pllablo. This la because of tho sugar crystals In It. If ii wiiii in bmiu -u naninKtuu iiiuiiiiiHinw you've ever noticed unit In wet weath' . mlr lit) Willi U IIIUU UH er you'll often havo aeon how It gathfinld tlio tobacco- - ered tho wet. Tho augar crystal act r ... ... u I L.l'CO TIlllt'IlUVll IVI niu- - exactly llko tho crystals of salt, but "... ,:aVi lins n llttlo more mo- - to a less degree. "When you fellows that imoko pipes sumrnor tobncco. j ( it I! say that tobneco burns your i:tral reasons for ndd- -- yoti'ro away ofT. Tho tobacco tongue, - Tt hasn't HU vvjii.iii11 tOUUltu, - - U-- to tho end of the n thing to do with It And your tonguo "i thn first place. If. tho Isn't being burnt, It's being scalded." . .1 l.l. "Irom tho moisture In tho tobacco?" I Cit I 3'10 JU81 l" ,OU"1 bo apt io crumuio to asked tho customer. 'J tT "Partly," said tho tobacconist, "but pewdrr tljnl would clioko cipeclally In winter, mostly from molsturo you'd not think tn was In tho tobacco. There's a great . rc' xtromely dry. -l ,3 '.:. t' y add n little molasses deal of molsturo In tho llttlo sugar jj .( ' af they make a thin, crystals over and above what you'd expect they might collect from tho nep uu r a'i r. . it . mis ,t. . ' In r :.' J r.iinte i nlr. "When you melt this sugar In your tj t!;; n. - :ne in uio twoy ii mo plpo each crystal dissolves first In a ' u -: v know, win cvapornto llttlo pool of water, nnd makes ma. J . tho i. i t if tint Inlmcro . Is cmoRCd terlal for steam, In addition to you "rn w"c 1110 nicoiinc frco water in tho tobacco that - ..l ftzwon auiumi inn ran feel with your fingers. . r. Kill 'This hot steam makes a regular M:c comic pnjivra iam about for nil tho satis- - steam heating system between tho bowl of your plpo and your tongue, 3 lii simply leaf glued nnd whllo you think your tonguo Is tnolnssra and then being 'burnt- you'ro nctually getting ! If you'll take your tonguo parboiled." a block i i ik-- . necpi; uia''' fiaivca , fl t Tuuuvl.u ljui ii jl 'T i iiiiuiip d How Relief from Dlitresilno Kidney Trouble Was Found. and Coughs. This prescription will frequently cure Mrs. Elizabeth Wolf, 388 W. Morgan tho worst cold In n day's tlmo and It Is a sure euro for any cough that can bo 8t., Tipton, Mo., says: "Inflammation of the cured. "T?o ounces Glycerine; half reached Its climax ounco Concent rntcd Pino; Put thcao last spring nnd I sufInto half a pint of good whltkoy and fered terribly. My use In doses of tcnspoontul to a table- back ached and spoonful evcrr four hours. Shako bot-tlpained so I could well each tlmo." Any druggist haB hardly get around theso ingredients In stock or will quick and the secretions ly got them from his wholesale house. scanty, freVrcro Tho Concentrated Pino Is a special quent of pnssago plno product nnd comes only In half and painful. I was ounco vials each ccloscd In nn air tight enso; Hut be sure It Is labeled tired nil tho time and very nervous. I "rV,i.nni.nl..l Tlila fiemilffl Plimn began using Doan's Kidney Pills, and um wiiii nivui Aula . ... ... u . after taking a fow boxes was cured hundreds hero last winter. and hnvo been well ever since." Ilcmembcr tho nnme Doan's. Sold TO INJURY. INSULT by all dealers. CO cents a box. Foitcr-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For Remarkably Quick Action on Colds Pleasant, well-inform- l(ereshg, Beneicial bladder o i. '..e. -- T- Latest Cotfee Roaster. Tho latest coffee roaster has a stationary Inner cylinder nnd a rotating outer ono of perforated steel, with space between for tho coffee beans, nnd blades to Insuro thorough mixing nnd even roasting. I lent Is applied to tho Inner. cylinder by electric current. For sampling the roasting, n small cup Is so arranged that on pressing a knob thrco or four beans aro thrown out without stopping the Cylinder. A Modern Kid. "How old nro you, little girl?" "Six." "And how Is It that you are out walking without your mamma?" "Oh, mamma doesn't go out for ox- crclae. Ilcally, wo havo vary little ln common." Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna appeals to tfic cultured and the and the healthv because its component parts arc simple and whole some and because it acts without disturbing the natural functions, as it is wholly free from everv obicctionablc quality or TM itm nrmlHcli'nn 1 ...t..,n.. All 113 JIIUUUI.HWII MlUaitlllli;. pleasant and refreshing syrup of the figs of California is united with the laxative and carminative properties of certain plants known to act most beneficially, on the human system, when its gentle cleansing is desired. To get its beneficial effects, always buy the genuine, for sale bv all reputable drug one size only, price gists; r. f. .. I,nll1 Tl, uumw Iliny i:i:iiks a uuiui.. a hi. nnmo California of the company Fig Syrup Co. is always plainly printed upon the front of ev ery package of the genuine. M tV lfc. 11 HSBBBBBBBBW i Zto k' 7mm,. wmm; J 1 1 Shoemaker Well, If that Isn't all right. Instead of paying my bill, tie kicks mo down stairs, and with tho now boots I'vo mado him, too. SCRATCHED NOT iorria LOUISVILLE. KY. Syrup (p. NEW YORK. N. TC -- SO SHE COULD SLEEP Item-cdlc- SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. t-- ... 3 "I wrlto to tell you how thankful I taklns NATl'Ilira UBUGUV, til nitural color returned, his brnln cleared. Ills llvcl am for tho wonderful Cutlcura again active. fall My llttlo nlcco had ccroma for waacorrect tho liver, Nil tablets never bile, they remove the to flvo years and when her mother died nld dlRcwtlon and tone the ivstcm. Iletter than l'llla for Uver Ilia. Take ono tonight I took caro of the child. It was ami ynu'll feel hetter In the rnornlntr. Oet her face and body, also on her n c Hox. All Drueelata. The A. 1L Lewli head. Sfco scratched so that sha could Medlilne Co., Bt Loula, Mo. all-ove-r His Face Wat Turning Yellow Bomoone told him that aallowntaa was cabled by an Inactive llvr. lie btgan The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young, or why other women older than you, look younger than you do? The secret can be put in a few words: "Preserve your health, and you will preserve your youth." Dy "health" we mean not alone physical health, but nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently strong-lookiwomen arc nervous wrecks. But whether you are weak physically or nervously, you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui. It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems. It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves. ng nw Nick Longworth Earned a Dollar -- tho town, but as I had to mako on tt early start, 1 preferred tho hotel rather than troublo my friends with nn early breakfast "I wna sitting in tho parlor about midnight, talking over old times with tho proprietor. Just ns I was ready to rctlro an automobile stopped In front, and a couplo of raon much tho worso for wear camo In. Thoy bought wlno freely. Ono of them demanded when he that tho piano bo played. i t'xy arte jeara "Champagno buyers aro rare birds Irctb Ii vouched for by a Washing' at that hotel, and tho proprietor did . ii not want to lost hts good customers. rtr telb a lie Thui It 1b; He turned to mo. 'N'lck.' hO said, 'Just N. Y.. ScpL 27, 1903." beat Uio bos a fow minutes. They'll I played never know who you aro Rather Tall. ragtime, grand opera and lovu songs u ii a uunar uui "That," said Senator Tillman of an whllo tho men bought moro wlno. As opponent's argument, "Is an amusing f nuu UMI UWIWI tuv ui they wero about to go ono of them exaggeration." camo over to tne with his wallet In bis Ho smiled. hand. "In fact," ho continued, "It Is as "'Here, profes, ho said, 'you'ro tho bad an exaggeration as tho story ut ooDor oi rcprcRcnimR, in pari, eHj of Cincinnati In tho houto of goods as a piano player, Duy a llttlo about Pen Johnson's height. They present for yourself.' said of lien, you know, tho candidate "He hnnded mo a dollar bill. I have for sheriff, thnt when ho made a stump It framed at homo as n ccrtlflcato of pcech, Instead of getting a stump my ability as n worklngman." ready for him to mount, they would, It is well known that N'lcholas can becauso he was so tall, dig a hole for pretty creditable him to stand in." a n sinnii uui coin "beat the box" In W not sleep nights. I used Cutlcura Soap to wash her with and then apI did not plied Cutlcura Ointment uso quite halt tho Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, together with Cutlcura when you could see a chango nnd they cured her nicely. Now sho Is cloven years old and has never been bothered with eczema sines. My friends think It Is just great the way tho baby was cured by Cutlcura. I send you a picture taken when sho was about 18 months old. "Sho was taken with tho eczema when two years old. Sho was covered with big sores and her mother had all tbo best doctors and tried all kinds of salves and medicines without effect nnttl we used Cutlcura Remedies. Mrs, II. Klernan, CC3 Qulncy St., Brooklyn, Probably a Female Doctor. "My wlfo looks very poorly, you think, doctor?" "Yes. I do." "What do you think sho needs?" "A new hat nnd a new dress!" Yonkcrs Statesman. Mothera abould never be without a hox ot Mother Oray's Hwret Powdera (or Children. Tber break unroldaln XI boura.eureFeveiiah- Beta, Conatlpatlon, Hendarbe, Teething and Mora orb, Tronblra. Orer 10,000 teatlmonlala. At all DrujrplMt, tic, Atk to rlimple mailed day, Addreaa, KKEE. Allen 8. Olmtted, L Koy, N. Y. Children Who Are Sickly. Impolite Papa. "Mamma, what makes papa make that funny noise?" "He's snoring, dear." "Ilut you always tell me It ain't po lite to blow my noise out loud." CARDUI ThelWoman'siTonic mother," writes Mrs. Z. L Adcock, of Smith-vill- e, Tcnn., "is 44 years old and is passing through the change of life. "She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a new woman." Try Cardui in your own case. Writ; U: LsdlcV Advisory Dept. Chittanoora Mcdidne Co.. Chittinootx Team. totStsedit Irjstrjcttom, asd -- pw bock, "I!oe Treatment for Women." seat free. For Colds and Orlop Capudlne, The heat remedy for Ortpp and Colda is Illcka' Capudlne. Relieve! tne aching- and feveiiahneaa. Curea the cold Ileadachea alio. It a uquia Enecta Immediately 10, 3 and Mc at Drue Stores. When one woman has a grudgo against another she tells the neigh bora how sorry she fccl3 for the worn an's husband. will evra Dot onlr a frvih cold, but one oi tbo at hang on for month, It a Ulal and prora lit wortn. SctOo and 11X0. "by ALlEVfl I.CNO IJAWAM lilli shape. III HMI I And In single (Ho tho threo cabs proceeded to tho lllnuk apartment houao. Tho generous ouo paid tho bill of all threo cabmen. Ho was happy to think that ho had '"o I'svt mint pulled otf pomutblug whllo nllvo that, I U I't n n according to his friends, ho would not bk -- l. - ma lm'.Im.ib i. ... kept bis w,l, nuigua' ainii toi'e, though thero was no get when bo was dead, If ho present pace. iney nevor so boon. Ills thoughts eufllce. os odd things, Ono night ho had a ta club with a number of V :,t about '.l.w.ntl. .IrlnV e ha ... . . .i uwmitq nig overcoat ana LL Mn&. knowing bis moods, "001 tc k to dctal II llllll fin until n )'lvallla nvonuo. TtuT c C'arrlago?" asked on of . "1IJT Wl'O llllrit Ulninlni. hnnLa -i not constitutional. Thoy'ro for tha a bill, but against Ita enactment on con Klltutlonnt grounds." "Had you thought of abolishing tho Walbixo. Mnkai A Uartix. W bolcult imirrtttt. Toledo. O. constitution ns a means of getting rid artlnf ruil't Catarrh Cur to takrn Inirroalir. o( lb dlrrcUf upon tb bkwd and roucoui aurfarra of tho difficulty?" rafra. Tntlmoniaia ml savagely down tho uoiuc rmia dt an ururruia. Irre. Illca II ccnu par Uurkett looked -v .hiiiiiv corridor towards tho rooms which tho lax liaU'a famUr I'Ula lor coutlpaUoa. commlttco of constitutional sharps Not the Proper Atmosphere. EXATOIl LI ItKtrrT nf Ni.hrnVa meet In. Overheard outside SL Ann's church til i h "I "I havo thought mighty seriously that It would bo a good thing to abol yesterday: Man Are you going In City lsh tho constitutional lawyers," n to First tho archdeacon hear Raid. Second City Man No, I 8cnator llurton gots many n odd It puts mu In tho wrong think not framo of week ho appeal for Information. This " Tlitre a hearlnR on tho mens- - received tho following letter from a mind fur business for tho rest of tho day. Manchester Guardian. . uv Dvuviiuvui in in t u law student: 118 ntirt(itM1 "Dear Congressman: Will you kind His Broad Charity. frtrybedy's In favor of tho bill." ly send mo somo literature on tho Imogcnc I know papa is cross and m-'' All i;uuv:.'Ul'U lb a central bank scheme. How can a U. it, surly sometimes and says things that twl hill ought to bo passed." bo kept from political cnprlca? Is nro unjust, but you should judgo him, men do you expect to Eei t out tho United States too vnst for a C. D.T Philip, by his best. f2S'.lr1lto..' If not, how can tho supporter of such Philip Ob, 1 do, dear. You're his "Cw't toll anything about It." a vlow bo answered?" best rII. Fuller, Mr. they for It? Tho answer which H. tr c "- rf "em." Work Is tho grund euro for all the Ilurton's secretary sent, wis filled 1,11 S. 7, ' report It then?" with nil tho courtesy that our lan maladies and miseries that over besot guago knows, but tho law student will mankind honest work, which you ln ...IIIU BI.lll.tUI n. i liavo to dig up his C. II. Information tend getting done. Thomas Carlyle. . -. um inoy to niraiu u s himself. Tbo fellow who says ho could never . mm m lovo a woman with money may disfl I'A 1ui!in i m h vv o AA A AMU cover that ho can't successfully lovu ' MA J occasion for It, "I wnnt thrco kebs. a woman If he hasn't any. Ict 'em prophesy about me." ONLY ONIS "IIIIUMO QITININK.H Thn cabman scnmncrcd bis horso Tbat Ignalure ut K, W. IIIIUVK ll I.AXATIVB II1IOMO OUININK. Umk for I ho Ua4 It. WorW down tho avcuuo till ho found two of uir u Curia Oola lu Oua ux. He, trotted their horses his llko. All threo Ho loves his country best who back to whero tho generous ono was Jiigcrsoll. waiting. Tho generous ono eyed tho strives to make It best, equipages sadly ns they drow up to IlOCTOIl YOUKHKI.F tvhenrou frl a rold aiming on by taking a tw dotal ii..... "w'h la a man n Washington who tho curb. Tho urst naoKinan ot rirrvlMHl' fuinU Itr. It IkWlUr lUuQulniua nnd opened the door of his andtafcr. TualargaWo totlleaar luavluMiti. siaco Of liifl ill- nUne ho. vehicle iiieiancuoly Tho JoyB of Health may bo wealth, but that Isn't 10 litoce then. "Where aro your friends, sir?" ho what makes tho doctors rich. Hi nhiin UU mm. n4 d -t 't c- lllll VV f llllll Abolish Something How's This? W off ft Om Ilundrtd DolUra nwird tor Mr MM Ct CttUTh Uul CMDOI t CW1 bjT llOllf UUitH cura. r. i. CIICNEY A CO- - Toledo, W. Ih utulrnlncd. hi", known . J. cbmrr tor 'bo lut 11 TAn, u4 belter ttlrn prrtrcU to- ormoio la &u Diwinrai mncaciiou ana nunriAur ion mi vmzjj out may ooiviuona maap vj Bis nnn. Tlmo cannot remove kindly acts from a grateful heart Royston. WHY tufTcr with eve trouble, quick relief by u.ing PrTrrifS KYK SAIA'K. 25c, All druggist or Howard Uro., Duflalo, X. Y. A man can nlwnys flatter his wife by being Jealous. ft TRIED REMEDY FOR, THE GRIP. r Ml aaaV ll aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamBBBHBBaaBBBBB The RAYO LAMP u s ' i I SOJWaaiUaitbsutriwina Color mere poods brloMer sad "THE?. STEADY WHITE high-gratamp, told at a tow pro. There are lampa that cost more, but there it no better limp at saajr price. The Burner, the Wick, the Oiimney.HoUtr all ai viul thing !a a lamp; these parU of the RAYO LAMP ara perfectly constructed acd there is nothing known in the art of lamp-makithat could add to the value of the RAYO as a hghtivicg device. Suitable for any room ia any tiraiaa.-Krc- rj yonro..wittai deal.r er.rywhrra. K not atAeency taa, tur dtftcrlptlre circular to the nearest ot i JJCHT STANDARD OIL COMPANY" UiMarporatod) fiiiii i Tb CarUba4 of Am erica, buttru mine nil wntar In Itiat wurlrt i um rueammiiaua. aiioiuAcn imunit, Rkin ana dIixmI U lltfrm-twiwl 'I'lNiusnntlB rurtxl. Kor llliiftirmltHl CLUll, write, COMMKliClAL. nr iiri COLD si Counter Irritants. HARLIH, TEXAS Itamtclnlwlth W. N. U., Thompson's MEMPHIS, F.ya Watw 9 la. NO. 6--1 PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Inter color thin in other di. VYritilorlfMbooilst How t0ia.ttlecli Ona toe dicLio colors all (Ibor. Th die In cold ater belter than any other die. and at u Colors. MONROE DRUO Qulnay, OO., You lUlnotm. . Kuddy Well, I supposo mon and women both bnvo their troubles. Duddy Yes, nnd I'vo noticed that tho chief trouble ot ono is generally Bluff City Seeds, Arc Reliable Prolific Cotton Seeds, Triumph Potatoes, Proific Seed Corn. Ilidh Cluss Gurdcn Seeds especially selected for Southern Truckers. It will py you to write for our 1910 SEED CATALOGUE and wholesale Bulk Market Gardeners' Price lists. Established 18G9. the other. IMI.KS CtTKKI) IN II TO 14 DAYS. rAZO OiNTMKN'riiKUarantr.l to cura anr caie uf Ikblna1, llllnil, lllrfahnif ur rrutrudlna i'llat In tUiliOartwruiuuv rvfuuurd. 6tia. A friend Is merely a person wo can tell our troubles to. uu - ins black politely Inquired, "Vl(nllHT,, tho customer roocuted "I havo no friends, I'm going to us ull theso wagons myself. This is a cortysha my boy, a cortynha. Pro- Mr. Wlntlow'a SootlitnK hjrrup. mrchlldrrn tmtlilnir tulivnilbiiuin,rsliitrln. a iiid cuUo. Smi UitUa, lUiJuuiaUwujiuaf i ialn. curat a t- . ceed." We are nuver too old to acqulro tbo latest wrinkle. 18.20 S. Front Street SCIIWILlS SEED STORE Memphis, Tcsmsv. i BsvaauiOofUioeouBiy, sriiiiy, cmy hairo. uao LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PHIOE, ci.oo, rstaiu hrcathlnj'. "A hard chill, pain through the chest, diflkult this If fever, with great prostration." Then ou may doctor, be your experience, send for your If your doctor cannot come at once, pneumonia! Svc Avert Cherry Pectoral. When he comes, tell him says. exactly what you have done. Then do as he ! C A uer C o. . Lateell.Maxs. xt lKnl lliic rniidh mPilirme. It May Be Pneumonia tt? rii;'r-7Lrl- T r T"a nox SCIENTIFIC NOTES. TWO '0 SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. On Monday, March H, lO'.O, it being tho first ilny of the April torm of the April teroi of tho Fulton County Court, nt the Court House iloor, In Hickman, Ky, I will sell to tho hloh-es- t bidder for cash, for taxes due tho State and County of Hilton and cost of sale for year 1900. the following described real estate assessed In the names of the following: (Vie dollar added In oaoh case for advertising: Fulton Precinct (White) Mrs. Annl Buttursworth, 30 noros. land, value JSSO, Tax and Cost. J0.2C. Sirs. Dulln Kdmonds, 1 town lot. value $1000, Tax and Cost, $10. Jack Hall. 1 town lot. value $100. Tax and Coat, $S.Stii. Mrs. M. L. Hester. 26 acres land, value $800, Tax and Cost. JG.10. .1. V. KirklB.ni!, 1 town lot, value $Sj0, Tax and Cost, $7.S0. J. S. Lovelace, 1 town lot, value $3r.O, Tax and Cost, $S.2!. R. E. Itonch, 1 town lot. value $100. Tax rind Cost, S.7U. Miss Oma Kauwoy, 1 town lot. value SlOtO, Tax and Cost, $10.05. Jake Roberts and wlfo, 1 town lot. valuu $1600, Tax and Cost. $16.fl0. A. H. Robcrson, 1 town lot, vatuo $MW. Tax nud Cost, $0.20. John Witt. 1 town lot. value $S00, Tax and Cost 5S9.30. Illnford West, 1 town lot, vnluo $4o0. Tax nnd Cost, $6.16. E. II. Wado and wlfo, 1 town lot, value $4000. Tax and Cost, $38.10. Ulysees Wright, 1 town lot, valuo $450, Tax and Cost, $5.05. Fulton Precinct (Colored.) M. Barksdale, 1 town lot, value $150. Tax and Cost, $3.45. Hiram Crawford, 1 town lot, valuo $150, Tax and Cost, $3.45. Thornton Cavltt, 1 town lot, valuo $250, Tax and Cost, $5.10. Tom Lyons, 1 town lot, valuo $76. fax and Cost, $2.75. Will Martin, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Tux and Cost, $3.00. Mrs. Eliza Patterson, 1 town lot, value $200, Tax and Cost, $2.80. Tom Itogcrs, 1 town lot. valuo $200, Tax nnd Cost, $3.90. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, value 200, Tax and Cost, $3.00. Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, valuo i50, Tax and Cost, $2.75. Lodgeton Precinct (White.) A. O. Klmbro, 139 acres land, valuo $2955, Tax and Cost, $32.30. Lodgeton Precinct (Colored.) Tom Patterson, 22 acres land, valuo $330, Tax and Cost, $11.30. Cayce Precinct (White.) O. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, valuo $C00, Tax and Cost, $8.65. Cayce Precinct 1 Amos Bryant, $300 Tax and Cost, $5.60. 1 town lot, valuo , John 'Miller, Tax and Cost, $6.75. Hickman Precinct (White.) John Adams, 1 town lot, valuo $800, Tax and Cost, $12.05. W. H. Baldrlge, 40 acres land, valuo $350, Tax and Cost, $4.55. Hugh Barry, 1 town lot, valuo $400, Tax and Cost, $12.95. Joe Ballard, 1 town lot, valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $8.95. J. It. Brown, 16 town lots, valuo $1410. Tax and Cost, $22.55. C. C. Chanoy, 114 acres land, valuo $1370, Tax and Cost, $17.55. A. V. Craddock, CO ncrcH land, vnl-u- e $520, Tax and Cost, $9.45. W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, valuo $300, Tax and Cost $4.05. Man In Fllppln, 1 town lot, valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $10.05. Oscar Fowlks, N. II., 17 acres land, value $660. Tax and Cost. $7.60. T. I King. 75 acres land, value $1235. Tax and Cost $16.10 It I' Lake, N It. 40 acres land, voliu $400, Tax and Cost $6.75 )Colored.( town lot, valuo For Ihe best and deepest enJ.M' menu come to us, JHtlo wo renli. how much Is duo to smiles. Bavng' a brutal enn I do not miille; conrso men may laugh, but they seldom smile Tho affluence, tho benediction the radiance, which "Fills tho si lence like n speech" Is tho smile tf n full nppreclatlvo heart. Tho fsi Hint crows finer as It listens, nnd then breaks Into siinshlno Instead of words, has n subtle, charming Influ 42 ncrc land, enco unlversnlly felt, though very s C. I. Pollock Urn ilom understood. valuo $500. Tax nnd cost $6.06. W. L Shelby Estate. 4 acres land, value $100, Tnx nnd Cost. $2.40. Don't be cross and hateful becnuxi' Henry Smith. 1 town lot, value $75, everything In the world don't mow Tnx and Cost $C40. to suit you. Of course you ar a J. P. Taylor. It. M. Metheny agont, groat deal smarter than any one cl 1 town lot. value $760. Tax nnd cost, and nro Justly entitled to more ntos $11 36. nltlon. Whllo you ar fully aware of O. W. Utterbnck. N. It., 21 ncros your attainments your neighbor, who Cost, $106. Is dull of comprohoiisliui, land, vnlue $100. Tax and has no' Henry Vincent, 60 acres Innd, value found out that you nro more than an $280. Tax nnd Cost $5.90. ordinary Individual. You linvo doul'i acres less told him dlfforunt more limn Mrs. Snllle Williams. 22V $860. Tax and Cost. $6.70. once, yef In his dullness ho bus fsil.d land, value Mary Jane Wilson. 1 town lot. val- to comprehend the many brilliant ue $700, Tnx and cost. $10.65. points you know yourself to bo sessed of. So do not kick .beCHu Hickman Precinct (Colored.) you are not appreciated. Tho In st Ous Bnss Heirs, J. H. Brown, ngt.. thing you enn do Is to got a dlvor, 1 town lot. value $60. Tnx and Cost from your big head, come down frm your high porch, nnd bo a sansiM $1.60. Auierlcnn. Hlchnrd Booker, 1 town lot, valuo overy-dn$7S, Tax and Cost. $6.10. Mrs. Cnroll no Brown, 2 town lots, The fact Is much to bo deplon d value $160, Tax and Cost. $3. Amy Carter, 1 town lot. valuo. $30 that with most boys and girls the lov who sends the greatest amount of Tax and Cost, $4. Henry Clark Estate, 7 acres land, money for them. In furnishing Hi. in entertainment. Is the boy most ndmir value $100. Tax and Cost, $4.60. h1 nnd cajoled. But. oh, what Jennie Clark, 2 town lots, vnlue comes of hltn when his money pints $150,Tax and Cost.. $2.76. Nelson Clark. 2 town lots, value out? He plays out too. Consequent ly. to keep his footing, he stifles his $160, Tax and Cost. $5. Guy Erwln, 1 town lot. vnlue $200. conscience nnd robs his employer commits some other theft or gnitlbb s. $6.45. In order to keep In swim. This Albert Forma, 1 town lot, value same state of affairs the applicable to Is $60. Tnx nnd Cost. $2.76. Ed George. 1 town lot. vnlue $50. men nnd women In society. Many dark deeds are committed through a Tnx nnd Cost. $2.66. C. II. Harlan, ff. It., 30; acres desire to supply the demands of worldly-mindewives and daughters land, vnlue $200. Tax and Cost. $4. Lon Linn, 1 town lot, vnlue $200, Ami again an honorable man, rather than .soil his principles of Integrity $6.66. or meet Joe Bond. 1 town lot. value $200. nt home, the taunts and upbrnldlngs when he falls to supply ih'lr Tax nnd Cost. $6.66. A. G. Iloblnson. 1 town lot, vnlue demands, prefers to send his soul to eternal death and thereby rid his $60. Tax and Cost. $3.C0. Collier lloper. 1 town lot. vnlue physical self of life's burdens. $200, Tax and Cost, $8.90. Blantnn Tally, 2 town lots, vnlue "He who would, freo from mai.. $260, Tax nnd Cost, $6.06. . pass his days, must live obscure nnd Tally, 2 town lots, 4 acres never merit prise." So breathed one Nathan land, value $700. Tax and Cost $12.36. who had passed through many life C. Terrill I town lot, value 1$60. battles. He had been a closo observ Tax and Cost $4.95. er. Malice never communes with the Harry Watklns, 1 town lot, value good. ".Malice toward none and char$50. Tax and Cost, $S.S6. ity for nil" has been tho thought of Honry Wntklns, 1 town lot, value groat souls ever since creation's $60. Tnx nnd Cost $3.85. dawn. All nlong the pathway pf, life Missouri Whlto. 1 town lot, value where that thought has been the most $180. Tax and Cost, $3.45. dwelt upon thero have always budded Blllle Young. 1 town lot, value $200, tho sweetest flowers. Where thnt Tax and Cost, $3.90. principle tins been practiced the most. Pap Kerrlll, 1 town lot, vnlue $50, and applied tho most, round about Tax and Cost, $4.75. havo fluttered In tho air the prettiest Mima Upshaw, 50 acres lan.d value birds, nnd with tho sweetest nines. $780, Tax and Cost $10.50. Whero that virtue has the most deeply penetrated human souls, there enn Sassafras Ridge Precinct. bo found tho purest nnd highest civT. L. Carr, 20 acres land, vnlue ilization, tho loveliest temples and tho most beautiful cottages with tho most 2$65, Tax and Cost, $6.05. W. J. Cotes, Hi acros land, value fruitful vines of lovo twining about $1575, Tax and Cost, $16. B. G. Connor Heirs, 290 acres land, Good Resolves. valuo $3000, Tax nnd Cost, $29.50. G. L. Darnell, 162 acres land, value A very good resolution to make Is $1980, Tax and Cost, $23.60. to attend exclusively to one's own Ruth Fuller Estate, SO acres land, business. Tho best way to get thro' value $1000, Tax nnd Cost. $14.50. the world pleasantly Is to go straight W. M. Jones, 160 acres land, value ahead. Ono's own business Is always $1200, Tax and Cost. $13.90. more than ho can attend to perfectly. Jno. Mollday Heirs, 150 acres land, Hut wo must not limit the maxim to valuo $1000, Tax and Cost, $31.50. merely selfish pursuits. It Is our J. II. Pick, 40 acres land, valuo business to do our duty. This Is tho $200, Tax and Cost, $9.95. chief object nnd to It tho mnklng of money nnd tho winning of fnino nre Madrid Bend Precinct merely Incidental. Tho business of J. R. Adams, 252 acres land, value life Is to be useful to your neighbor, to the church, to tho country, to tho $4300, Tux and Cost, $47. race. Happily a man can now man-ngT. SEAT, Sheriff. J. all tho demands of his legitimate business and not go a day journey to do It. Ho can perform all theso duties for humanity far and nenr, o without leaving his own home. o 1 . y d e oat, and Moan's IJnlmenl look lb pain rttbt I can now do at mutb la.Mer woik m any man In lb (hop, Ibanki to An aching back is Instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates through without rubbing the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief. Here's the Proof. Mr. Janss C. l.rr, of lioottb St., .K ,Whlntnn, I.U,tllM "Tblit )un ! I from a wtSnkl amilril I ufTated ouitjln)urlfnytfk Mraltlmrt, frnmtliasmallof mybatk all around ray tioruacb wa Juit If I ba.1 two bUn wllb club. I u4 ttry planar I maid ! wllb no relief. -I Longevity Is most frequent In countries of low birth rate. Advertisements were taxed nt one time In Knglnnd. One ton of apples will usually yield 150 gallons of elder. Paris has a store devoted exclusively to the sale of accessories of niilnt lllghL Stores What Do You Machines Need 3ing Clocks Sloan's Liniment Mr. J. r r.TAXt. of Ml. AUj, (la, ejs "After twin- - affllete.1 fer tbiM tears wllb r heamatltm, ntd Moan's IJtilmeat, and waa turad aonnd and wall, and in f lad to aar I batan'l bee trouble.! wllb ibvamaiUm tint Mr Iff wis badly awolUn from my blp to my kno. a twill look lbs f aln Jind avalllnc out." (Xit-bal- Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. The proportion of I nun tie pernont rose In linglnnd from 18.t'7 p?r 10,000 In 18C9 In 1P0S; to 35.41! In Scotland from 10.1 H to 3C.8, nnd In Ireland from 2S!tO In 187!) to 35.7 In lt0S. Tho sides of n new French automobile ambulance are curtained Instead of being made solid, so that more than tho usual amount of light nnd air can bn admitted when necessary. Or Charcot, tho French explorer, has found 21 different kinds of microbes, 15 already known In Kurope. In animals kilted amid the Intense cold of nntarctlc regions. In a new watch for the blind the fig dies nro replaced by knobs, earh of which sinks during the hour which It represent. The minute hand Is In the usual form, but heavier, to withstand the pressure of fingers feeling for It About COO patents are granted earh year to llrltlsh women upon Invention ranging from article distinctly fruit nine In nature to motors, railroad cars, Hying machine and wireless telrg Mihy. In government tests at Washing Inn samples of the chain to be used B the gear of the I'ansnu canal locks withstood tensile tests of 151.000 (oumls to the square Inch beforti the metal partcil. , plan ,nd , Bed Springs Cots Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squarei Lace Curtains Carpet Paper Smoothing from Heating Steves Cooks and Rangei Iron Deris Children's Beds Granltsware Ola.nkets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of ill j, Restaurant Stools Children's Rooken Stove Pipe, Stove Bucktti Chlffonelrs Wood Deds u-- Ded Cprlngs REMOVE AN OBSTINATE CORK r wicttcn High Chain Window Clais, all ilrei Stove Repairs Trunks, all sites , Dln... link... Simple Implement Invtnted by Phil delphlan tor Pulling Most Tight Frlm,c.,U.iiiS!.ea Fitting Stopper. Kvery one will undoubtedly wel rotno tho successful effort of a I'hlla delphlu Inventor to Improve the old fashioned corkscrew which has been CASH or Dr. Earl BfiitM. S. Stun, Mat., u.sx .CREDIT wiawwaawaaMawawwaawaa OooooooooooooO o o o TRY A COURIER WANT AO. 1 havo tried to follow her early teach Ingt In that respect It would re quire n much larger book than this to tell the story of my life and the sufferings of one of Cod's gool nn gels -- my mother To her I owe ev erythlng truth, honor, sobriety and my very tlfu. Her spirit seems to linger near me always; sho ha been my guardian angel. In tho camp, the cabin, the field nnd the hospital, on the lonely trail hundreds of miles hills from rlvlllutlon. In the nnd lonely canyons. I have heard In the moaning night wtmls and In tin murmuring strotmlets. Tho video of my angel mother whts perlng low. "And these sacred thoughts have made me forget nt times thnt there was danger In my pathway. Nor will I ever forgot The day that we parted. Mother and I, Never on earth to meet again; She to n hnppler homo on high. I n poor wanderer on the plain. "That day was perhaps tthe great est epoch In my life. Kneeling by her bedside, with ono hand clasped In mine, tho other resting on my head, she whispered. "My boy. you know your mother loves you Will you give me n promise Hint I may take It up to heaven?" "Ye, yes. mother. I will promise you anything." "Johnny, my son. I am dying." said she. "promise me that you will never drink Intoxicants, and then It will not be so hard to leave this world " Dear reader, need 1 tell you that I promised "yea;' and whenever I am asked to drink, that scene comes up before me nnd 1 nm safe " vln-cln- We Sell Furniture Hn TV rtVV Mf )Nb nousc TT i nan enm Western ea Kentucky ' y" otwnf hand goods which are tremely low prices. Ull soli Easy to Pull Corks. In use for age and still retains Iti original form. Attempt to pull a cork with the ordinary corkscrew In man) cases cuds disastrously to the persoc making the attempt, especially when the cork fit tightly In the neck of tb bottle and refuse to be removed un til the buttle has been placed belwt-ethe knees and the corkscrew tugged at for several minute. Then It Invarla bty comes out with a sudden Jerk throwing the content In all dlrec St Louis Hldnun, Ay. II.' nnn!D ivc mi iig1"" mi lil lions. Notice how simply and easily o COAL FOR GASH ! Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must accompany the order or the coal sent C. O. D. Tako n much caro of your money The Cheapest advertising o as you can If your means are limited o but don't try to snvo your smiles or o Medium Read by 3,000 People Every Week o kind words. Tho more llbernl you o o aro with theso tho more you will have o COSTS ONLY ONE CENT o o PER WORD PER WEEK. o Settling Down to Married Life. o A husband Is forever drawing contrasts between his wlfo as she Is and as she was. He also draws contrasts let' cream", hot and cold drinks and between his wlfo and other women. "vrytlilng In tho soda water lino as There Is nothing particularly sinful In good as can bo found anywhere mis, it is quito natural and Is to be Oc-expected. Women aro loo much disHarris. posed to tnko It for granted that means tho extinction of the aesthetic sense In the husband. It does not mean anything of tho kind. Thero Is no reason why the aesthetic sense should nut bo Just as strong In a man after ho Is married ns beforo ho Is married. In fact, it Is bo. Tho average woman Is too much disposed to shed her plumage when she marries. Tho average man Is moro disposed to keep his, nud makes himThe mines have advanced the price on coal self proportionately moro Interesting. Tho averago woman says when she 25 cents per ton, which, as a rule, would necgets married, "Thank goodness that I havo como thus far It Is over, essitate our making the same advance in price and I am fixed for life " Then she but we have decided to give our patrons the settles down. This settling down moans a great deal. In It Is Involv advantage of this advance, maintaining the ed tho dlsenchnntmont, the dlslllus. lonmeut spoken of above. Too much per ton for Bon Air same price of Is revealed. Tho actuullty becomes o I Fan I Loaosll even tho most tightly wedged cork can bo withdrawn with the corkpullet shown In tho accompanying lllustra tlon. After the corkscrew proper hai been Inserted In tho cork, the upright arm forming a wedge la placed on the nvck of the bottle. Using the handle a a lever, tho most obstinate cork ran be readily extracted without endangering the clothes of the operator. When not In use, tho corkscrew and wedge can bo folded within the outer end of tho handte, which Is hollowed out to form a housing. EARTH HAS OLDEST Insurance They are Companw in Hickman iial been here ; your p er. in. It It loo Ut" hei the tTp.:.'i " " u :er r; toundi lDth,:.kcl ip'i DoJN0W R. T. TYLtRi Agcn DENSITY OF IRON OooooooooooooO mnr-rlag- o $4.50 loo bam. DONT ASK FOR CREDIT. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE. HICKMAN ICE COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED Hit Mother. Captain Jack Crawford, tho poet scout, pays tho following tribute to "I had a Christian moth' his motherer, my earliest recollections of whom was kneeling at her side pruylng to Clod to save a wayward father and husband. That mother taught uio to speak tho truth whuu a chlld and I - and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton County, Ky at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on loans of $2,000 or more on first class improved farms. Forty per cent of the full vlaue of a farm will be loaned. Loans made on farms of fifty acres or more on five years time with privilege to borrower of paying same after one year in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payment made. will make Farm Loans on lands located in Obion French Scientist Advances Theory Crust Is 930 Miles Thick Inside Called Barysphere. A lowing theory of the condition of the Interior of the earth, says tho Ixindon Globe. The mean density of tho earth Is known to bo moro than five times thnt of water. A the outer layer of the crust havo n very feeble density-wa- ter It 1, rock an average of l follow that tho Interior must have a I'cnslty of about 7.7, which Is that of Iron. Ho says that there Is enough accurato Information about tho rigidity of tho earth to mnko It fairly cercteel. Ho calculates that the crust of tho earth Is about 930 miles thick. He calls the Inside of the crust the French scientist advances the fol- CHEAP COW FEE sVffteflM&lll A mixture oi tain thnt this Is slightly greater than . II. in I I i O. SPRADLIN Attorney-at-Law Union City, - Tenn. I I the Farm More Attractive. You can do thl by Installing a telephone. You can make tho on your farm Just a at tractive to your sous and daughters a If you wore living In the heart of a big city. Our excellent service and Line" rate are attractive "Farmer not to be compared with the benefit derived. Call the manager. Telegraph Cumberland Telephone company, mcerperaiea. Make, II w j.ini Shucks, Sma ur Silk., Etc, at 1' load, if hauled imm at gin. J. F, & S.L DODDS (nWrporl')