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AT, THE LYRIC FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIQHT THE HISKMHN COURIER. up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. -- A BLUE MARK HERE mtAnn thst roar want toroartr thli ha eiutrM Knw prornptlr If yon tht ppor to com month the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon Grease the Rxles a! Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up "..hKP l E Ala ho. n KEHTDOIT I K WC8TCRM HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, but possibly wo can clenr tho way by asking ono question. Why do wo cultivate comT Wo nnswer, for two purpose, with tho ulilinnto result thnt we nsalsl nature In her function! Flrit; to destroy weed!. Second; to aubverge, or hold moisture. Thla Is nil wo cnu do nnd tho most logical way la tho way that should apimal to us. Nature acta along scientific lines She never attempts anything nnd fall all 111 UK" being equnl, nmong the FEBRUARY 17, 1910. WHOLE KO. ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAE 1BBI ITS CULTIVATION. -A ,. , ' ) i j liitltut District rfuoiu to try to in-nt rich a county as V' '' method! Hint will , MfOlurr 1 . "corn on Ion! Kround, in jur iiiwn corcnl. rtiKliiK thl -- ' New Spring Suits Our first showing of the New THAT NEW RAILROAD. Present Indications aro that tho now railroad from Tlptonvlllo, Tcnn., to Hickman will bo built. It reports bo true, work has already begun near Tlptonvlllo, and will bo rapidly pushed. We take the following fro in tho Memphis Commercial Appoal: "Memphis will get another railroad 'id however, thaf It "ratl without much many things she doc's not attempt Is "" are not netting tho to germlnnte nnnunl weed seeds i, titled to, nnd Unit nro not on a three Inches below the surfneo of tho i ,i need they nro there, yet ijrk done. How then soli, nlthough germlnnto until they to they will not l.in ho evolved 1 Wo ant' nrt turned to the surface, or brought llH T r' tho "Zona of (lermlniitlon," our method! Which, In to Is the surface three Inches. In both nmn which a , noii Tlila rono then, Is whnt wo have rn to plnnv Hint nro tu do With L1 and Is that which claims rs who nro producer com wheni thoy our attention In the cultivation of our corn crop. Ily constnnt shallow j r before stirring wo form n dust, or fine mulch v, enrich our which serves ns a blanket to hold the mut impoverished riB moisture with which the enrth hns r In ii year, but been saturated during tho winter nnd ,L't now by iitlllzlrtR tho early spring and which, through a , Urn up every yenr. cliitnlcal nctlou by the acids it conwill soon mnnlfeiit tains, makes phosphorus nnd potash second plnce, wo In tho soil soluble so that the hair I r no ns to rotnln like roots can tnko it up nnd nourish ! liter and spring; the stnlk; as nn example with which rprmlunlly, a little to Illustrate: every farmer Is aware lie in until n uniform tho fnct If a bonrd lying nny where ' ss than eight Inche! nbout the premises Is removed, ho i! iat but not least, will find the ground where It hns i os posslblo. In order ecu. moist. So In removing a bunch mg rains for moist-- ' of litter, or nny compact matter. r grolng onoii. Corn Tho dust mulch thnt Is formed by plowed at !eai 8 ahnllow nnd continuous cultivation . n early plowing Ii serves the same purpose In tlio com fjrrow slices hould field. over but let iw j Tlio little halr-likroots mention us poaniblo, tho vulcan ed above, are called capllary roots, ii ' r tiu purpoie, inn these are very nenr tho surface, and i rlpntlnn nf flu reach nut In all directions In search i fTir on of plant food. Capllnrlty Is a pump J invent! waihlng . Where the ing process , nnd theso rootlets pump half day, late l r.r ehould each Immedlato the water out of tho soil Into the bo .. x plant to which they are attached. It ecnpoof I r vuit tho by deep plow-Inroot ' 'he corn ground U thesowe are aro broken tho functions destroying harrowed as outlined of nature and Impairing tho vitality i. t npaln for tho iur of tho stalk of corn and tho first pro K weed. a weed longed drouth that occurs "fires our ' p m n night, and tho corn," tho direct result or root shearn fight la before It ing, taking awny tho llfo giving prin; I." .' r aphorism enn be ciple, or rather that which supplies " "tu d to rend Tho boat ti e plant with life. la In 'it ' . i weed Ii when InIt other Wo often nnttcr ourselves that wo n notion, or bavo 'laid by our corn' as clean as i It U sprouting. Should rioor. nnd yet when corn gathering In tlmo comes wo find weeds as thick frra ar raiwo bo any delay every as the hair on a dog's back, and as I tirrow tho Kround rr cava high as the corn in many places, wo I r. wing lcforo planting wonder, and keep wondering, why. i 'he oll thoroughly, Docs tho reason I shall glvo appacl a f nf mechnnlral rondl-- a to your Judgeinont? If not, follow pood aeed bed, and If tho old practice. Wo havo been In m the proper the prnctlco of throwing n big ridge i .jripj 3 up Immediately and up to tho corn to keep It from blow n i k rlgorou-ty- . t Corn ing over should a storm come, also rlanted over twb, or to make a bed for brace roots. Ilrac i'.f ncbrs dwn when tho rtota always form at the surface, i ni'ii an men noinw inn whether n ridge Is formed or not. If v z 'ue ground Im thor- - you don't bellovo it try It. If you The right tlmo to plant had not been breaking roots all tho t i, me, tho proper tlmo Mcnton, your corn would have a root Tc unil In In as good con syttem as strong and perfect as the J ' j can Ret It by conatnnt forest oak comparatively, and you r :rk and when It Ii well would not need a ridge. Hut where I tun In Fulton Coun-- ' do tho weeds come frotuT In foruiln k d corn should not bo our Indispensable (?) ridgo you 4 3ss 7 than three feet six .avo got below the zone or gormlna f: ! way drilled corn, on tton and brought up seeds thnt wore ' w ' r0t closer than twelve lying dormnnt. but ns soon ns tuey n the hills; where the got ulr tight nnd heat thoy Immediate Ji from tho luen. ':r noon sliteen Infield la ly wept to growing, with witn. result '' As lint wo are nil familiar ni your J f o It again with a light cultivation also leaves tho field In ' i ruav aeeni, to our older flut condition for wheat, crimson t ally, useless work, but clover, or any cereal or grass and f nm m (astern and northern that one wants to follow with. i half tho cultivation can Corn should bo cultivated ns long as t the corn has rlRhtly It Is green and growing, tho stereo i ti n a ked for tho IorIo of typed Iden of plowing three or four hi aniwer: that you are limes and then laying It by, uieu in !' a (lus Iliuli li or lilnnbnt Mini thu Nineteenth, century. t , r : 3 m Spring Models, in all the desirable woolens, solids, checks and stripes. The tailoring of the suits is the very best, as an inspection will show. The fabrics are in the new weaves. The coats are the short and medium models, and neatly trimmed. The skirts are adapted "to the styles of the coats, and reasonably priced at ir o $13.50 to $25.00 in all the latest styles and - NEW SPRING SKIRTS materials, at prices ranging from $3.50 to $15.00 : SMITH DEATH OF B. F. CORMAN. On Monday morning, Jan. 31, 1910, tho sad news wns announced that ono of tho most highly appreciated young men of Iirooksvillo. had succumbed to tuberculosis and passed over into thnt unknown land from which no traveler over returns. Air. Uen F. Cormaii hnd been n sufferer from tho drend disease for several years. For three years or more It had been tho constnnt expectation of our pco-pl- o to hear of his death, but ho made heroic fight against tho disease, nnd when It seemed linposslblo for him to live ho lived on. On Sunday night ho gave up tho struggle, his brave soul passed to tho presence of his maker and tho entire community ,ov mouniB his untimely loss. On Tuesday morning Inst a concourse of friends met nt his mother's residence, where ho hnd died and was in dream less repose, a tender service In subdued tones was rendered by Hov. Q. Ilyman, and tlio funeral cortego mov ed to the Iirooksvillo cemotcry, where all that was mortal ot tho loved nnd rnpected young man wns consigned to tho tomb. Mr. Uen Cormnn hns lived from & AMBERG SALE OF GRAIN MILLS. W. M. Wnterfleld, tho recent purchaser of tho Hardy Grain Co. mills In this city, sold last Saturday to Ilcrner Grain Co., including H. B Horner, J. D, Wrather, of this city, und R. C. Whltnell, ot Martin, tho grain mills in this city formerly oper ated by tho Hardy Grain Co. The new company has applied lor a char ter ot Incorporation, with a capital stock ot $25,000. The offlco ot tho company is to be in tho old opera house building whore Mr, Horner and Mr. Wrather have been located for somo tlmo. Tho now company Is made up of men ot experience In tho grain business, who havo heretofore been successful, and tho chances are that they havo before them a very tine prospect for building up one or tho largest enterprises in tho city. Union City Commercial. ' OUR PHARMACISTS. Tho registered pharmacists of Ful ton county, according to a report sent out by tho association, for the year ending October, 1909, nre as follows: J W. Dennett. Fulton. Samuol A. Dennett, Fulton. Selden Colin, Fulton. II N. Cowgill, Hickman. J W. CowBlll. lllckmnti. Jas. W, Gordon, Fulton. Tom A. llolcolnbe, Hickman (now of Mississippi). "' which promises to develop Into an Important trunk line and by its closo transportation affiliation with tho Durllngtou system traffic will bo opened Into tho far northwest. "Pres. S. O. Latta of the Chicago, Memphis and Gult Railroad Company, formerly tho Dyersburg and Northern, has officially announced that tho road wlll bo extended north to a point nenr Cairo, Ills., and south from Tiptonville, Tenn., to Memphis, Yazoo City and Jackson, Miss., where it wlll connect with tho New Orleans and Great Northern, giving tho road a route practically Its own from Cairo to New Orleans. Tho Durllngton system has already constructed a line Into Mound City, near Cairo. It Is reliably stated that tho road wlll be built Into Cairo to connect with tho Chicago, Memphis and Gulf, giving the Hill lino a direct route from Minneapolis to tho gulf and perfecting Mr. Hill's long desired prize of a shorter haul for all grain export. "Pres. Latta also announces thnt he has arranged with the Frisco system at Memphis tor terminals, and that tho two roads will share the expense or constructing freight and passenger depots on grounds purchased several months ago from tho park commission and still held in trust of A. J. Davidson, former president of the Frisco. "It Is believed In Memphis that when this line Is completed It will also bo used by the Frisco us a Now Orleans outlet, and by Its connection there with a new line now in operation from New Orleans to Browns-vlllTexas, would place Memphis in routo with the Panama country. "Pres. Latta says construction work between Tiptonville and Hickman is now under way. With tho development ot the road ho Is now offering first mortgage 4 per cent bonds, g placed by Julius Christensen, of Philadelphia. "From Memphis tho road will bo built through the richest part ot tlio delta country, striking Itta Benaand Yazoo City, then paralleling tho Yazoo and Mississippi Valley to Jack' son and from there to New Orleans over tho alread constructed trades of tho Now Orleans and Great Northern. "The route planned by the road's chief engineer, Fred A. Molltor. calls for a water level routo from Cairo to Jackson, and will open up a rich agricultural country. "It is said that all tho necessary-fundto build the road were rully arranged weeks before tho present bonds were offered for sale. "Tho Dyersburg and Northern was purchased several months 050 by Jno. Watklns, ot Memphis and Now York, Associated with Mr. Watklns were several Tennessee capitalists and very soon after tho property passed into new hands Its name was changed to tho Chicago, Memphis and Gult Railo, bo-ins way Company. 1 " a il r0i, moisture when you need u f f in Into the 8ubioll. month of July It nlao dea- ' 3 Of Weeila Hint nnt In Wo commend our pnpor on corn to mlnallon and which often boys who nro going Into tho corn . should a late wet tho we to bo success f last or Juno and J C. Ellison, Hickman. Ascher H. Kennedy, Hickman. Oldham H. Kerlln, Jordan. Ilonico Luten, Fulton. Jno, W. Nay lor, Cayco. Alfred C. Palmer, Fulton. Milton W. Paris, Fulton. S. W. Paris, Fulton. N. J. Paschal!, Fulton. T. T. Swnyno, Hickman. "Tlio road originally had tbirty-onmiles. It will have 325 miles when completed to Jackson." With the Mississippi Valley Transportation boat lines coming, tho now railroad, three new additions to tho town building up, tho Mongol Box Co. spending thousands ot doallra Increasing the capacity ot their factories In this city, the big oil mill to bo rebuilt, etc., why shouldn't HIckmnn get a hump on herself this year ? o o W. C. Bnllow orders tho Courier Mrs. P. B. Curlln and baby visited sent Tor ono year to Mrs. Lucy E, relatives In Union City several days Frank Moore, Representative from Irvine, Long Drnnch, Cal. this week. th's district, showed his colors Wednesday by voting against making tho county unit bill a special order for Thursday. Tho tactics or tho opponents or the county unit bill aro to prevent the consideration of tho meas Reasons for Safety ure In cither the llouso or Senate. Moore in voting to prevent tho Mr consideration ot the bill Is unfaithful to the pledge he mado the peoplo of this district before tho election. Clinton Gazette. RAPS FRANK MOORE. contest, is Eli enouuli so r m .in nee a aimilu of green all I1 Ih.i frnnl relllfiv.i v4i narrow nnu co over " i. r,R alwnya In mind that " f. tKatlnc tho cnemlea of 'T r i Weeds. When your -' ' lour inches high, glvo " ' 1'ivation with bull ton plowing, shallow cul ' nn inch, to an Inch nnd 11 ; ' ' '"""rura u ' i iD Jill b0 1 Ilv mlstaka last week wo said Pnul Under, is should havo read Clydo Under, Another progressive boy has been enrolled as n participant in tho corn contest. Ily tho tone or Ms letter, he Is ono of tho boys thnt Is going to bo one of Fulton County's up-tdato farmers. Hufits McConnell. The State University ot Kentucky tho S25.00 In riit ntor this point wo offers a prlroa ofHOY 8 uortl gold to pro 1'ining uiuu tlio wavs be member of and shallow cultivation, ducing the most corn on an aero ot ground In 1910. Measure oil your aero correctly boya, and got Into tho push. i nil nf our' farmers would test their seed com, tho yield for tho state would bo Increased 20 millions SUBDIVISION of bushels annually. lCmitiirkv'H nvernco yield or corn less than 30 bushels per acre. Help to make It fifty bushels in tho near fill. want them 1 Let me sell you home and lot on v terms. This Is your nce to own a home. Do put it off or you wlll havc one' 1 hve Sr?. S ,r.enl- Sec mc at ot or a l.Lols are golne like toon have 18 houses ' Office, Phone No. 7, or 173 G. B. BOND VV i his youth in Iirooksvillo. Ho bad been honored for many years as Clerk of tho town council and registration officer of the county. Ho had been merchant, currying on n general merchandise business. Tho death of no young man has been more deeply and sincerely la mented by this community. Southern O Argus, Iirooksvillo, Ha. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Thu subject of tho above sketch was born in this city, but left hero following wore granted Ucenso The with his parents when u mere boy. Doth ho nnd his father (J. W. Cor to marry In Obion county last week: mnn), havo died within tho past three Ira Kdwards and Kula Dell. months, and both were well known J W. noss and Delia Dickens. here. Pearl Hooves and Molllo Murrell. C. II. Novell and Elizabeth Dodd O Davenport M. E. Hill and Deputy Sheriff Hob Conlder is a Charley lllchards and Efflo Drynnt-11- . very sick boy. Ho tins pneumonia, I,. Pongee and Molllo Cunning tho right lung being uffected, and ham. fill urn to tnko his bed last he wns Itlchard II. Pique, Jr., and Aolla nature. Wo havd Saturday.forced Wo cannot cheat It begins to look llko there Lniuklu. ItB own to tho soil, und Is failed to turn about tho offlco of shera hoo-doii In return clvos us ucauty crops iff of Kulton county. Sheriff Johnson living." When wo deal has Just recovered from a long spell and "hurd Miss Winifred del Vocchlo has reJustly with it our harvests will bo of typhoid fever, and somo ot tho turned to her homo lu Dyersburg, af and our barns filled to over candidates In tho shrelfl's race last ter u visit wiiu .miss Annio v;owgiu. abundant fliwlng. rail camo near parsing over luto tho O "gone but not rorgotten"country Miss Vera Thomas, of Woodland Mills, visited Miss Iiertlu May lllco FOlt SALE: 10 nice work mules, Hill Johnston, tho old man u few days Inst week. Undo ranulnir lu or Ice 1160 tho pair, up who has been gate watchman for the some horses. Including a good saddlo Meugel llox Co., for soverul mouths, horse. On Jan. 1st tlmo, note 0 por and known to most everyone, Is al to Seth Curl 11 nnd wlfo havotoreturned Dr. C, com. mortgtago or personal security most blind after a three weeks' 111 W. St. Louis after a visit Curllu and fumlly. bo soon at Stahr's stable. It. It uess. Ho is ablo to bo up but can't Can ltogers, Hickman. W. A. Logan returned Saturday work any more. from Huffman, Ark., where ho has Alex. Nalfeh loft Sunday for Reefer, W. E, Scatos returned to Un been for soveral weeks. Mrs. Okla., to visit his ulster. ion City Friday after a two wouks 11, J A. Tynor, tho corn man of Nash' Horn, Feb. Oth, to tho wlfo of Qeo visit with her daughter, Mrs. P. vlllo, was hero last wuk ou busluww. Curllu. Tvrrutt, a strl. 1 m THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15.000.00 Making a total of $65,000.00 which stands, not as the total security, but as the mar gin of security protecting our depositors. 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. ae ffl: THE HICKMAN COURIER Cvrs Wet lira k'tntuckr Llks ths Dew" W.,0. r I PLAN TEDDY'S RETURN FOLLOWED BY NAVAL PAR A BANQUET TO HE QIVEN. AS B Taft Kay Not lie Able to Participate in ltcptlon; Hut Will .. Speak at BanquiU ' IN TIME OF PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR (Coprrtadt, IW.) i EMPLOYERS' 70 TSR LIABILITY OUT 8 CHICAMMERCHm ssksH IF XMPLOYK IS KILLKD HE n urn BPXXR and .J. G. SEXTON, CKNT, ANNUITY. After Spending- - TfoTT . ' Editor andTroprlMora. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ABTAXCB. Scale of Damages for Los of Kys Arm, intrr, xoe, lito., Provided In the Bill. Washington. One of the most radi .. Stale Washington. .'resident. Tivft Jias petit ,0iow: .. . . rwl pieces of proposed legislation Mor . Entered at lha Hlekman, Kentucky, given fuli details of tliu plans that hae ivo naif the present Congress and one which herehn thirty veir; "moc, lieen formulated lor (lie reception to lie tnll matter. pestofflce a second-clas- s tofore liss not necftpled any great verythfnK on .,1s. tendered farmer President Roosevelt on m amount oi attention, is now Mnc liheu his arrival In JW York harbor some NEEDED. MORb SPUNK serious consideration by tho Judiciary nh tlmo between .lunn 15 and 31. Col. John fndlclnes and w aI wniiiice oi me notise. A. Stewart, president of the New Vofk '"out cetilnr ih Wo need hero In the United 8tnles H l the bill Introduced by !tetreen league of Hrpulilicsn .mm, and a llttlo more of that Rood old English State (lVm.) of Illinois, which Utile representative of the Uepublican Club of nvefoundPe"nVth0"l bluntnesa on tho part of modest men New inrk City, discussed tho matter would require all corporations, "catry' find women who know their own worth, with the president for half an hour or Ing on occupations ami trades subject m' fr. ipanenlly. lo tho regulative Miwer of Congress," when men and women or tho nrrognnt more, and told Mm that tlin committee "Peruna ha Bw including railroads, express rompaiiie sort set In tho war or try to be pat which would be placed in charge of th l of calarrh. imi sleeping car companies, to com extend ronizing, says .Vew York Independent celebration would undoubtedly It In the bout f0, pensation on fix id Inula to Injuted em' In later a form'jl invitation for Mm to be Our observation la that nowhere "Id, which .h lnv.ruVl.'r''' pioves. llie legislation, If enacted tho wor'd'nre m'en and womon of ex- present. veryahorttlm..'' would overturn the present employers' There is doubl as to whether so ceptional Intellectual attainment liability law, and, In fact, revolutionize Taft will lie able to participate, but lacking In ns they aro In the existing system of Indemnity for he will. Col. Stewlikely it the United States. This phenomenon art teems the idea that to hate the steamer personal inlurlea said Mas Is a comparatively hew oho In - AmerThe bill defines the amount nf com- on which Mr. Rodscvelt arrive met down ican liro. Wherever one opens tub the lwr by a fleet of yachts and harbor pensstion to lie paid by employers to employes, In cases of Injury or death documents of American history before craft, and that there will lie a land pa An American Merchant Ha Mad th Formidable Paneak Popular Il Using It upon the amount of the prethe civil war ho Is suro to dlscorer In- - rade of some sort. The plan for rresi- vious earning (wwer of the victim, and tcreatlns? Incidents nrorlnc tho sense dent Taft' participation li to have Mm England. provide that it shall bo ,ld In tlia of dlrnltr anil real, iiMfrrsnect; of tht I present In Jfew York City so that Mr I fnt ... nf mn .hniillv Tl.- - 1.11 . I American farmer, mechanic. mercSant. Roosevelt may call upon him. The day's -celebration will end with a big banquet COMMISSION WAVES BLOODY SHIRT GRILLE tt teacher, physician br clergyman was something in man himself that In, at which President Taft and former Pres oue of the messages of former President Roosevelt will be the principal thoso days was regarded as rorth ident speakers. IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE WAS IDAHO BRNATOR WOULD RE Roosevelt, and President Taft Is also whllo and worthy of respect It take aid to hsve commented favorably upon FUSE TKNTS TO REUNION. FLAORANTLY PKOFUQATK. a certain amount of courage for an In- PEARY MADE REAR ADMIRAL it dividual, face to faco with a person The mcasute goes into the mintileit Representative Macon Says Rlectlon Wrong for Men In Rebel" Uniform detail in regulating the payment for In' politically or financially 'prominent, to Hale Bill Passed by Senate Houi remedy for ,,ri.r., to Ue Qoverntnent Property to Congress Doe Not Juries, specifying haw much shall Ik tell him to stay on his own reservation Will Concur. at Their Reunion. Mean .ntegrlty. vld for the loss of an rye, an arm, a and 'mind his ownbuslness. Americans Waslifngton. rromotlori fd the high 'I'lUiCU 10 lh finger, a toe, loss or impairment of sight, . -- o; have been Inclined to regard the Eng- rank of rear admiral as one of the hon nart irliKoT,. v. Washington. Th -- bloodv shirt" was liearlng or elmllar Injury, and Including Washington. Gales of laughter alter lishman's habitual manifestation of ors to be bestowed upon Commander doesn't need tobe treat- you hive to do U to LT this particular kind of' courage as a Robert E. I'eary, I'. S. N., for his achieve- - nated with storms of applause for near waved In the senate today probably fol mruicai, surgical aim nospitai fta me"!. The loss of a toe Is fixed at 3 disagreeable quality. Perhaps It Is. ment in discovering the north pole, re ly an hour in the houe Tuesday after the last time, fur the man who attempted cent. The loss of both eyes at 73 ration and penetrates latA' eeived the indorsement of the senate on noon while Representative Macon of Ar to leoiwn the chastly wounds of sectionHut wo aro convinced tbut It Is a the loss of the right hand al at strife was so completely rebuked and kansas relieves any lailammauoaifid necessary quality, and that its cultiva- Wednesday. The lisle bill adding Peary's gration grilled the congressional lminl a. gtiUon, and reduces commission for toe manner moitifylngly repudiated as to establish "" P" "nl tlw theiel:( tion Is an essential part rf that eter- name to the list of rear admirals in which the body has client more than navy andproviuing his immediate retire DESTROY 1,1449 LIVES Here's tho Proof. nal vigilance which Is tho price of ment with the highest pay received by $630,1)00 of government money since it Mr. URounn.Bi, tScnv esrsln will tolerate a revival of th bit ton. one of that rank, was favorably reported creation three year ago. Mt, ,.CIU In th Wine, wbitky, cognac, lemonade and terness that the lapse of year has as- - Too Many Frame Uulldlng by the committee on naval affairs and MPrr?'" "on'h.aslnilor: Many crimes diminish. Defalcations, was passed almost Immediately without mineral waters were some of the neces suaced. Ily a vote of CO to 1 the senate, I unllsd mates. jSpped and tfl. spi.nini n, I series of life which the traveling mem late this afternoon, adopted the joint res-Washington. Fire levies uiion Amerl' in splto ot a popular Impression to tho delate or comment. tetuined in the tferexa, Mdu ran raeli vear an enormous tax, caleulat n ot tne Immigration commission pro-- olution Introduced In the senate by contrary! are" far loss'In amount Iban A similar measure offered in the hmle ci o'clock I couU not kokl , vided for themselves while taking their tor lunkhead of Alabama, authorizing by United 8tatv government official they were. Wealth has grown and by Represents! It o Allen of Maine was Jll la my hand. I ictcroed be later and purchased a louU U fiduciary responsibilities swell, but followed to the navy department by 390,000 trip through Europe and Asia the war department to loan tent and- at almost a million and a half dollars a Minor, according to the showing made poles to the I'nited Confederate Veter- day, and 1,410 lives a year. A a result the total amount of defalcations annu- Chairman Koss of the navy conimiticc, by d ally are below thoso of a few years who' stated that he expected it would be flies Mr. Macon after delving into the ant, whose next annual reunion will be of an Investigation Just concluded by of the accounting offices of the in Mobile next April. The aixtj eminent officials of the I'nited ritates ago. Jays Philadelphia Press Skilled approved by the department and that he treasury. Prom the same official vote were rs.t by Democrat and He-- 1 geological survey, It ha been ascertained would then urge its passage by the house oank burglaries are less numerous. as fitting recognition pf the work of Com- source Mr. Macon .brought forth the In publicans, the single vote was csst by I that chraper fireproof material ran be The' sale, .electric light and electric mander Peary. terestlng fact that the members of the Senator llevburn of Idaho, wbo before I used lo advantage In construction, that alarms have got the better of the bank commission paid liberally for carriage the resolution was submitted to a vote, three to six times the ncreiry amount burglar. Counterfeiting cotes does BRIDAL COUPLE MURDERED hire while, taking trips lor the invest! indicted upon the senate a speech reek- - of msterisl is habitually used In strue gallon of immigration conditions to such tog with hate and gall, the answer to tural work In the I'nited States, that th no. compare with tho amount number and used It fire or six L'toti Ufcn I went to bed, anj Cie next 6j I and risk, under the old bank note sys- House Broken Into and Gruesome places as the Nations! Art Gallery, the which was tba adoption of the resolution I building codes are laxly enforced, that sM able torotoveoiksaJsMet House ol Lords, Westminster Abbey and against which he raged for an hour. Iley- - the fire loss in the Vnltrd States fs right tem half a century ago, or In tho first Find by Neighbors. hand as uiiuj." tho Tower of London In that metrop burn's own colleague, Senator Ilorab, I time a much per capita a in any couie 20 years of the national note system, Cleveland, Jauowski and his Sloan's Lfn.nttt the cities try in Europe, ami that the great fire oted in the aillrmallve. treasury, from I8C3 to 18S3. comely young; Polish bride, found rnur- - olis, and the catacombs in In.' Sicily. bank or b an exctent Home, Italy, and Syracuse, Senator llevburn could not eiult hli waste In the I'cited States Is due princi Every bank bad to watch once for acred in their beds Wednesday, died in veas also brought "out a..d gem that members of subject without attempting to brsmirch pally to the predominance of frame build of kulcr hull cw, counterfeits, as 1t does not now. To- - satisfaction ,, .,a debt of ICO. This is vie tacnmiMioQ nau laken whose Ings ami to defective construction the fame' of Gen. Hobrrt E. and burrj, w:di i a statement Mfa oulTfroni Jf mttUm , Juch statue In the congressional hall of fame equipment. I.i to them by known tturce.tof mmrgr,tlorf they say cofit. j,dira as Beth as Virginia's rontributiou, he opposed the draw C e poiica most disappeared. Instead of bunting George lloscnrdo; 29 years' old." lie had any and 'Bethlehem In the Holy Land. nste formally accepting. He referred LAYMEN MEET AT MEMPHIS from lent the, money to Mrs. Jauowski, accord; of potexpenditure fcr which (o Gen. Lee a a traitor and called Other items of for them, as Its members once did, ing to tliiS statement, toecurc'lior love, the postal secret service or forco of but had found himself unable to realize the comraUiton turned In vouchers to Virginia to "take back hi statue," whirh Delegate From Missis !Sc,60e uifW Inspectors Is principally dealing with on the investment. AngT' becauo of liis the treasury, btit which the accounting he said "the state of Virginia must keen sippi, Arkanasv and Kentucky. officers refused to sanction, were for the likeness of one of Its hern's, but hr , rBtll. p the use of malls for swindles. failure to get his money back, the police slaves, shines and "rubs," the last evt which the people of America did nut be Memphis, Tern That the world will frrsr AilrM say Boscurdo tells of waiting for the dently meaning evarigriUrd for Christ In this genera either Turkish baths or want." DnEarl SeSlou, couple to return to their home Sunday massage treatment. New Jersey Is about to commemortion was the emphatic announcement of Bottsa, Xut Uil lor these the treae session of ate properly tho rnost, stirring and dra- night, of again demanding tuo money and ury officials would not stand, and the 40 MILLION YEAR FOR RIVERb the ajieakrrs at the the laymen's movement missionary conmatic episode of the revolution occur- failing to get it, killed the womnn with members of the commission who enjoyed vention, held Monday night In tlx Nt- ring within the borders of that state. a section of gas pipe. The man, as the the luxuries had to pay for them out of strug- their own pockets, Vigorous Debate May Follow Itsport tish Rile Cathedral on I'lilou avenue A commission appointed by the gover- story is told, succumbed after a gle. Seven hundred delrgstea from the terri of Committee. nor Is preparing to crpate a park at For three nights and three days the LAYMEN HEAR AFRICAN HERO tory contiguous to Memphis were In at vvasmugion.iu,ouu. the point where Washington and bis bodies lay in" the 'liouse while Roscardo I Growing Soulier Evsrr 07-000 will bn carried in the rivers and har- tendance, and speaker of national and troops crossed the .Delaware on that coolly continued his employment at a LIvos Where Theodora Roosevelt Is bor appropriation bill for the next fiscal international fame were on the program. CARTER'S UTTLE wild winter nlgbt and, with soldiers foundry. The. door of the house on Wed- Now Hunting. year. The Ohio river and the Great It has beeq planned to hold these con LIVER PILLS many ot whom left marks In the snow ncsday was, 'broken In oil demand of the ventions this year In 73 cities of the rssnoasjUe Memphis, Tenn. Two of the most re hake and other sections are provided eair P rtlid irom tnelr and bleeding neighbors and the Janowskis wero found markable characters in the world ore in for in items psssed upon, but the ntuntry, and this is the thlrty-.l-f th con where" they had fallen. titty ptrnsjsrel J'.BBBBBBBsWtaiTTLI fcivi The pipe was Memphis, brought here !y the laymen' amounts were not msdn nubile. secutive one. It is gratifying to know feet, struck a blow which amazed an Cms 'SBBBBBBBBB t!,e vrntlon U ,rlmi- IlivrD enemy too convention one an Englishman and the to be alert near by. ""I'M; The till, which I. diitlnctlr an .nnu.l lis. MJ In the South, over other a Korean prince. One lives in the budget, though cuntemplallng ultimate the largest yet Tho battle of Trenton was one ot the Fourteen Words in Will. UXU DM 1,300 delegates having registered, who disss (car few famous victories In a war for InCincinnati, O. "I leave everything of "ert ot knighted Africa, where he has expenditures that are likely to reach missionary; $000,000,000, will be finally adopted by rame. from Protestant churches in every dependence abounding In hardships which I die imssessed to my beloved emU '0U",H Skk IUUhU, SIa-SMALess, tWiittl! ether Has lived most ot Ills lite III the committee. The report Is expected town and city in Tennessee, Mississippi, unr.l. and reverses, and New Jersey, now a brother. Junto fioM." In (, Arkansas and Western Kentucky, within ''la native Korea, where he has occu riLL SMALL DOJL ttUL ItXt on of ttmrteit precipitate a vigorous debate, as the tlch and happy state, does well thus eontiitiitini. a udius of 100 miles of this city. GENUINE out brtr ii.turti rnentarv documents ever recorded In Ken- - I,,eu various iosiiions oi siaie. aim i measure wilt be as disappointing to some to set apart the scene. now con,ent lo 1111 th" honored post of interests as It will be pleasing to oth ton county, Kentucky, tho will of the FOOD GOES Ur. late Arthur fc. GoeM was filed in Cov- - l,rf'.idn ?f ,1,B Methodist College, es- - er. Nikola Tcsla Is said to have practi- ineton. William Goebel. sworn lo laoiniieu oy me aoutnern cliurcn, ot The framing' of the river und harltor House Inquiry Into Living Cost Devel cally perfected a new system pf wire- governor of Kentucky on his deathbed, In which he has been for more than twen hill. If the present expectation sssTWsTaBWJfl sre realops Sensation. Ma Buy less telegraphy nnd telephony which 1900, left his estato to his brother, Ar ty years an ordained minitter. tied, will preclude a general public The Englishman addressed a great con buildings Washington. Tho bouse commit t will, virtually eliminate, the element of thur. Jmtus Goebel, who bv this will appropriation bill at this ses on Inquiry Into the high oust of food distance, making It as eaty to com- becomes possessor of the combined for- gregation at the Second Presbyterian sion. Church luesday night, and it Is no lu Hides Bd developed the fact that the retail mer municate with the other side of (be tune, live in Arizona. Wool credit to all of the oilier distinguished chant of Washington raiuint buy direct 'y world as with the man noxt door. Mr. Paper Board Pleas Guilty. Hot Shot at Tobacco Trust. men on the progrjtu to say that his ad F.athere. Tallw. irom the farmer without bringing down Testa can bo depended on to como to Olnssna.Ueloen a. A ltceic tax on cor dress has been the piece de resistance of Hew York. The I'aiier Hoard Aocia- - Uon hi head a boycott by the commis(tlclimond, 8.st),M.rApple.WII"lMrj tho front at stated Intervals with a porations was introduced In the houre" of the convention so far. tlon, made tip of about forty paper board sion inrrrlianl la tliiirafiirn ami li .lo. W. are d.lersl tremendous Idea, but somehow or delegates by Speaker BynL It Is esmanufacturing corporations, which Unheralded, practically unknown, tin i to trade through that medium rssdebeltf . - - - , i other It never seems to get Into actual pecially directed at the American Tobac assuming and little noticed, Willis R. uiui.i.ni puiiiu nullum aii" J oe mierai an, .,1,1 II,. r,.r - I.i (I,. III,,,!. " .. .. . er csmminui msii .ji me i operation. The last tlmo he emerged co Company, the receipts of which in Hotchkiss sat on the platform bv the gram, jurj u 11 . cnargo 01 .ueirig an ll- - I sinner, whstever the Increased o.st wi'siw- - , r BasxIslsiiInK. Island shlpplectg before this was to Bay bo was arran- Virginia uinount to at least $21,000,000 side of John R, Pepper ami looked nut legal comoiiiatioii..1 in restraint of trade, I may be. . .i.iM. Sabol & Son. si. ging a plan for communication with annually, and on which the company into the sea nf fares before him, prac una- - iiriiimin inruiieti guiuy 10 ine lOUUV.lll. 328 E. MsiksttL pays little or no tax. The new tax will tically the most inconsequential man In enarge. jiiuge uougn said the cliarge FIGHTING DIVORCE. Mr.rs. Dut Mars has not yet been require the company to pay nearly $200,- - the auditory. Two hours later, hun jui nil ine ueielidanta was tlie sauifl aa heard from. 000 annually, fepeaker Hyrd announced dreds of those men were crushing that against the Fiber and Manila Taper Laymen, clergymen and Women Join ,., nA. , that he was also working on a bill to tax against the pulpit to grasp the hand Association, and he Imposed similar fine Hair-Heal- lh The United States consul at Malaga, the income pf the Standard Oil Company. of one of the greatest heroes and, one n this Instance, namely. 12.000 against Spain, reports that thore Is no market juciimoiiu, clergymen -might say, empire builder in the mis ...v. ",. , ., Gen. Clement A, Evans III. sum nuuicii ui iiuiiiineiice iiirongeii inn for American safes thore, because s sion Held. His story was told with rvelerel toloe Atlaida, Ga. Gen. Clement A. Evans, completeness which characterizes tlmt muuie of me legislature, endeavoring nl. snj posliltslr i3 iVL Served Yean: Innocent. there are no burglars and few fires. commander-in-chiethe f of the United Confed Englishman the world over. Ihey are a This Is likely to cause envy for tho ' l J" ' Lacrosse, vis. After serving n nor .1.. '1 1... u........ i,V... .... .......... Uelllss bt M Veterans, is 111 at his seo, nuosimiiiiig Send 100 for Isll S"'!1 "1 Andaluslan honesty: but It may be erateof la grippe. Although home in this thorough people and we in Amerira, at I!,,., ,,f ..n..,M ,.5,1. NI city ;' Gen. Evans mitigated by the further reflection Is said to be improving, onie anxiety is any rate, never hear any hut the best fur the alleged robbing of the bank at the words "either tarty" for 'airurieved PUIo ll.r Spec Cx, party" in the present divorce law of ,l"', that there Is not much business growth felt by his friends on account of his ad- prepared and equipped of their nubile Holromb, Wis., Tom Hums has been Virginia. The contention i that the speakers. Can it be that they only send declared Innocent, and Gov. Davidson has DEFIANCE STARCH" and' comparatively llttlo money to put vanced age. change would turn conservative Virginia to us such menf Issued u pardon for the man. and Into safes. Into a "wld open" divorce rviort. For Asthma, Bronchitis PLANNED TO SEIZE f800,000. Maidl Grai Carnival On, School Children Hungry. some nnicky person Is trying to EVERYBODY TO THEIR TASTE. New Orleans, La. Hailing "Rex. Kln Washington. Five thousand children of the Carnival," New Orleans today ap- drive the word "galore" Out of the lan Plot Unearthtd and Culprit Held After who attend the public school In Chi guage. He will encounter the deter iroacneu iuv ciiinan of jiardl Gra Mrs. Belmont Gains Support for Woman Fierce Struggle. cago are habitually hungry and 10,000 The siren of Inniimerahlo river mined opposition cf the poets. They Suffrage. New York. A piratical tule of a plot others in tlmt city are not sufficiently craft and the cheering need It In their business. to seize 1800,000 lu gold consigned to nourished, according to a letter from the sand of icople gathered acclaim of thouNew York. Mr. O. II. 1'. Belmont 011 shore sent up ha Invited the negro women of the State uiu ouneiro wan voiu uy sailors i 1,1..,. of welcome 10 me approaching monarch li .. . This Is tho day of startling discov- tho liner d'alicia. Peter Nieman. aboard sillier ntendeiit Henreiu-nt.i-aeliool lv of ii,.ri-- ..r is cow from which l a .. . equality club of ' as he landed from his rovul v.,1,1 Th. I0.,,lfJ01" l"" : v. .. i i 1vtw5tVvioatiw .i.i eries in medicine. Tho management of "ippen iui ion on i no i.anciu, Texas read excerpts In the home, formality of turning over the key of Ultimately they at Virginia hospital for the Insane have vviiicji was nomid lor lllo TTiorcCcfUMquiCK- a-latlon of their Janeiro with "Texas," declared Mr. Henry, replying the city to him, and hi parade, nldi-- by "my '1"r'" ,HUirruK8 the gold. The sailors say hu unfolded In a reernt siieech In defense of the new military and clvio feuad thai kind words and or U,e I"''"""1 " I 1 Pleawnt to escort through the produce surprising benefits a plot to kill the oflUers, wieek the ship tarllf law, delivered ly Representative principal streets of tho city, were wit- - wUh ul" t tho political und divide the gold. Xlinmn'a plan was lloutelle of Illinois, "is prosperous in Xer their charges. used by thouiand AU Drmil-of cheering siiecta wiiiality club. Forty enroled today at 1 betrayed and Lo was put la trous. a meeting addressed by .Mrs llclmoiit in tplte of the tarllf bill." tors. a West b'ldu negro church. r'nownv,.,;!::,!.,, CHICAGO. LL 7.m' Decker, of lOdV'rZ''' i. HtrM thou..d,,Mf,, ibth jy Sl.u For Sprains 1 as. rr.tv' It'i'S -- r1? - l" '., I" Ihnlt r, r--- e--l guv-hel- Sloan's Liniment aiS-c-'-c Jn Je, Un '. Tnn, The Army of Constipation .. J'" L FURS -- Erfirr-is- 1 1 e- . ... .i.f.i. .... i.ii. vs.-uy- meii, Hay's -- . iv,,i,, pHtt Ks-s- il. . ") l'"""! pjSO'S y ,7 (.y lrouoi" gentle-treatme- T! "''"'"''l '""' Puyne-.Udrlc- -- 17 1 cmpjg Uireciory TwAnf .A SONS . ' " Ml EMEANDR TO HAY, GRAIN, will r.teu VIOLATE PLEDGE SENATE BILL PROVIDES LEGAL PUNISHMENT FOR BREAKING CAMPAIGN PROMISES. "PUBLIC OFFICE A PUBLIC TRUST" Not Lets Than Two Nor More Than Twenty Years Is Sentence In Propoud Act for Those Found Guilty. Stlpu-ulateWat-kins- "J uCmA Alfalf rrl for llorwt v i iuiuiu " v.. .Tth. p'i"-- . r",n, "J " . itihMlof (or Mf ln nriurd m ii w Dipftiro !' inuumnuv Uarhinic nn. ttUli RP1 Film A TronBpnronoy Co. M.mphl.,Yenn. f,VT M'ln d IABLE SEEDS COMPANY Momphls.Tenn. THAN EARLY (3 a.btort.Otiion Set.lleld n J arden Seed. Sollclled. r.J Correspondence fj .wis. Front St. BETTER o C. CRAIQ & jjctiw,n""'' LATE Where Utrt ii Caie PrOVtrO the 8age Old MIQn Oeen Reversed, nun. young Hrond cortnln od expcrl. itrect broker whoao recent to pull tho wool net In cndcarorlnB led hlra to ertr hl wlf' eyei ba ncrcr again," cuatom to S w It I tho broker' uis a C CO auburbnn train, thus aim to reach bla homo In r In ample time for tho early iknt both ho nnd bla wlfo like. i. do-tlir-c tt q., ...""-r- mato ho yielded to tho lat for nn ovonlnc In town. trr'i h courao, to Ta ncit step was, of tho Ue. which bo did In tbeao ,t 3 I natoldably detained. Mlaied far " llorao later." ahow up, ho finally did Wh?n cSktkiI on cxpreaalon on tho counof his spouso that argued fall, i c? bh llttlo fib. tho trouble. dearT" bo .Ui an affected nonchalance. r.lri n'lCbct a word tho wlfo handed htra lij ! ;rath allp, Indicating with her tcr.fif the words: Llpplncott'a red at 4 .45." s tclo-rr:pt-- , Frankfort, Ky. Senator J. J. cf Sturgls, Introduced In tho senate a bill that provides legal punishment for tho man who violates his written rampnlgn plrdgo after be has been cloctel to oillco. As the reason for such a measure Senator Watklns says In the prcamblo to tho bill that "Whereas a public otlico Is u public trust, and whereas public officials are servants of tho peoplo to whom people have Intrusted certain powers, and whereas tho trusts nnd special rnnatantly bock to thwart the will of the peoplo and to corrupt their representatives, such n mcaatire has bcroma necessary, to the shame of the peoplo of Kentucky." Tho bill provides that when a man announroi himself as a candidate for membership In either houso of tho general assembly of Kentucky, or for any atato office In this commonwealth, he shall, when called upon by a reasonable number of tho voters cf the district which ho seeks to represent, set out In writing his vlows upon nnd how ho shall voto upon the leading (juration which nro lo como before the general assembly for enactment or bofore tho state officials for execution. This writing shall be filed with the clerk of any or nil counties of the candidate's district, and shall bo made a public record. If the candldato Is elected to the office: for which ho Is running be shall bo held accountable to his constituency for tho way In t JUsa 1nc VOICE OF EXPERIENCE i: I'll lai dime to cr poor dcr war" ' Ticuse mo, sent, would you mind fcllor wot wa Where were you sbotTJ' n dcr iplnnl column, 'Bir!'' - "llfat tattle'- - It' Thcro waant any - auch Practical Christianity. Oa behalf of tho aowInK circle of till church, said the paator at the Mcn of tho morning service, "I dc:.re to thank tho conictCKntlon for ' t.t'.-r- n placed In tho contribution 1 1 d T'rR tho past month. If now ti1 Intllncd donors e cf object a will put a thrco pairs of f':hrta and garments on tho other ' r icruhr plato x Lnday mornlnc, no that wo may h to sow those buttons w thall bo additionally grateful." c- -: tt-zlialf-dor.c- n f I!:rper' Weekly. Teimtter'a Punishment Earned. Airarvntly It pays not to bo cruel to h.rjc- - out In Chicago. A teamster tb: admitted nbandonlnR his horses It t.x fc'Hirs on a recent stormy day 50 by n mnRlatrate. Tho h'matie society prosecuted tho case rfforoir ly and promlaod to report tho c:'tcr v tho driver's employers. bo will loso tils Job, as he via tniblo to pay the fine and will lit; to servo a Jail term. a fd Pro-i.r.2v- 'r GET POWER. The Supply Comes From Food. II wc trlve to get all tho powor wo can. That U only powlblo by use of skill-foll- y sot power from food.iwhy not food iclected Wor Cro a Is not a cood steam producer from not knowing how to solocttho rlEi food to lit iry needs, I buffered rrlcvcjily for a lous tlino from stom-c- h or denomination," tho ioulsvllle Mintroubles," wrltos i lady from a isterial nasoclatlon adopted n resoluUi'lo town In Missouri. tion unanimously protesting against It seemed na If I would nover bo tho passago of the proposed measure. to find out tho sort of food that Wilt Hold NlQht Sessions. m l it for mo, Hardly anything Night sessions of tho general as I could eat would stay on my atom-ich- . sembly will begin at no distant yvtr attempt kuvo ma heart-jar- date. Considering tho fact that and filled my stomach with gas. the session la halt over and not I tot thinner and thinner until I lit. n bill has passed both houses, "ally bvcamo a living skeleton and In tho need for night sessions Is readily Une was compelled to keep to my bed. apparent. When tho old capltol build. "A few months ngo I was persuaded Ing In North Frankfort, near tho Captry Orapo-Nuts food, nnd It had such hotel, was In use, afternoon rood effect from tho tery 'beginning ital were held toward tho closo or hat I Lave kept up Its uso over since. (rcncrnl assembly. Now, however, 'as lurprlsed at tho enso with which tho bocauso of tho distance botwecn the fllfstod It. It proved to bo Just what needed. WAYS OF CtCIL RHODE8. "All my unpleasant symptoms, ,the Cocll Rhodes always did things on rtburn, tho Inllatcd feeling which big scale. Somotlmes his gardener Cavii mo such pain disappeared. My a would ask him. for two or throe doz-0- 9 c;bt gradually Increasod from Si rose bushes or fruit trees. Ilhodo " lb my ilguro rounded out, my exclaim: "What's rrnth camo back, nnd 1 am how would Impatiently dozen of nnytVngT " t'J do my houcowork and onjoy It. iho good of two and thousands, not Count by hundreds ra; Nuts did It," Is the only A days' trial will show anyono by dozons. A thousand way to produce any effect or make facts about food. money." l k In pkgs, for tho llttlo book, "The uny J to elivlllo." "Theru'a a lteasou." Tho height uv folly ain't alius oV'.-"',bm A Mil by a long ladi'ar."1 Huston ', 'rum (lliin Irtlerl lo llinr. Thrr reached t. lull ut huutas Herald. U (t n 1 s ees-slon1 the of tho body. Poor fuel makes n poor fire, nnd that exactly tits which bo cakts his voto upon tho leading (jtU'stlotis named In the record, and If tho oiflclal fall or refuses to voto ta he Is pledged to his constituency, he shall be denied guilty of the of power," which Is "embczzlomcnt made a felony, triable In any county of tho official's district, by a Jury cf his peers. If found guilty, he and all of his participant In his "corruption" shall be confined In tho state prison public schools of Ixmlsvllle from poll than two nor moro than tics, and It has tho backing not only for not twenty years. of all tho commercial bodies of that Hslf a Million Is Sought. city, but of thoso at present conatl The next most Important bill tutlng tho Iioulsvlllo school board. In tho senate was ono for an eight Democrats and six Republican). appropriation of uearly K00,000 for The samo bill was Introduced In tho the many Improvements of tho state houso somo tlino ago by Hltq Huffakcr, pcnltentlarle. which Include a new of Ixiulsvlllo, and has been reported rollhousey hospital, workshops and favorably by tho houso committee to many other Improvements. which It was referred. There Is hard Tho committee on public roads and ly a doubt that tho bill will pass tho highways reported favorably senate house with as llttlo opposition as was bills providing for the stabllshmont, encountered In the senate. of tho office of stato commissionClash in Senate. er of public roads, creatine tho office Tho only clash In tho scnato had of county engineer nnd providing for n levy of C cents on each $100 for a to do with Scnato resolution No. 8, providing pay tor the extra employes road fund. Senator llosworth offered a bill pro- in tho senate, liy unanimous consent viding for tho 8tab1lshment and main Senator II. M. Arnett was permitted tenance of public libraries by appro to call this resolution up for action priating annually 10 cents for evory upon It. A heated debate, led on tho ono side by Senator llza Bertram and child of school ago. Senator Taylor urged tho passage of on the other by Senator U. M. Arnett, opn bill making It n misdemeanor to sell ensued. Senator Bertram bitterly per- posed tho adoption of tho resolution, tobacco In pool or other pledged and In tho heat of his argument said sonal property. In such was Senator llubbel proirnted a bill that It ns to framed "graft." uncertain warrant Senator milking It unlawful to pledgo or sell terms any future valary by any state, county Arnett proved a valiant defender of the resolution, however, and said that or city officer. Representative Weber, of Campbell it would be an "outrage" not to pny county. Introduced n bill affecting FL tho extra employes. Others spoke li It finally favor of the resolution Thomas. He said that, In 1878, n char, was adopted.by a voto and to 10. of 22 tcr was granted to FL Thomas, which Opium BUI Revived. then had a population of 200. .Vow It has about 4,000, and ho wanted the Mark Ryan's opium bill, which was city to come under tho fourth class. sidetracked for Iho reason that, though Tho bill was pnssed by a vote of CS receiving a majority'of the vptes cast, s to 0. rote of It did not receive a tho senate, duo to tho few present Louisville Pastors FlQht Bill. Declaring tho bill now ponding In when tho voto was taken, was revived, tho Kentucky legislature providing and passed iho upper house by a voto that October 12 of each year Bhall bo of 22 to 10. set aside ns a legal holiday, to Iks known as Columbus day, Is In viola BIG DEFICIT REPORTED. tion of tbnt clauso of tho constitution which says that "no preference shall Not Enough Money in Treasury to Fay bo given to any religious society, sect Outstanding Warrants. s Intro-duoo- capltol building and the Capital hotel, LEFT HIM HOLDING THE LINE tho clearing houso for loglslatlvo matters nnd hendriuarters of mr.at of tho Sermi Mean Thing to Do But Many legislators, It Is believed to ho next Will Sympathize with to Impossible to Kft a utiorurn.of, legIrate Householder. islators back to the capltol for'anaft-ornooThe night wns still. scsslAn following an adjournnro. The householder, had built ment an hour or so before. a fire In the wood stovo with a couple Of Interest to Union Labor, of old newspapers which warmed up A bill of more than ordinary Interthe vicinity sufficiently to enablo him Is to prepare est to nrganlzod labor In Kentucky for bed without excessive that offered In Iho houso by. I. !! suffering. Then he made a shivering Francis, rnposentatlvn from tho run for tho bod and crawled beneath Fourth and Fifth wards, Louisville. tho covers' with chattering teeth, nnd Tho bill provides for tho regulation hooked his knees over his ears In his of tho Issuanco of restraining orders effort to keep warm. and Injunctions, tho procedure there, Then ho swore. Afar down In tho on, and limits tho meaning, of tho unllghtcd, hallway the r telephone buzzed merrily. Tho word "conspiracy" In certain ewes. tried to persuade himself that Frankfort Prison and Reformatory. It was a mistake It was Just tho If tho reform bills now pend- tinkle ing In tho two homes of the general of tho of broken Icicles on the glass window, but tho telephone obassembly becomo law and It seems jected strongly to this and buzzed fu certain that they will the prison Jt riously, y, Frankfort will bo converted Into a reTho householder arose and hurried formatory for those convicts who are down tho stairs. They were not warm. deemed capabln of reformation. Tho The hall was cold nnd silent. The branch pcnltontlary at Kddyvlllc will telephone kept up Its persistent bo used for tho hardened convicts, clnmor, men whoso records have shown that 'Kilo!" said the householder they can not be trusted. Tho bill cs wrathfully. '"Kilo!" tabtlshlng a reformatory, ns well as "Is that 345C?" inquired a mascutho bill amondtng tho parolo law, have line voice. beboth pained ono houso nnd will "Yes," said tho householder; "what como laws. Tho establishment of n d'ye want?" reformatory will work many changes "Docs a family .named (Mulllns live ... .. nnd will requlro a general shifting of next door to you?"' "Yes," said tho householder; "what the convicts. of it?" 8tate Printer Has Troubles. "I wish," said tho voice, "you'd send Worried and harried by members of over there and ask Miss MuIIIdb to tho two bouses of the general assem- como to tho 'phone." bly who want their bills printed nt "Huh?" Inquired the householder once, J. W. Hodden, Btato superin- unbelluvlngly, visions of dressing In tendent of printing, has had his trou- the cold room and parading out Into bles. Thcro are many plans to solve the night flooding his bratn. the problem of how to get the bills "Oct her eoon as you can," said the printed In time, but tho suggestion voice. "I'm In a hurry. Oot to catch which mcots with the most general a train." Then tho householder camo favor is that the general assembly re- to n swift decision. quire all bills to bo printed In Frank "Hold tho line," ho, said. Then ho fort. It Is suggested, and the sugges calmly hung up the receiver and went tion Is approved by nearly all the to bed. "Un't that our 'phone?" asked the members of both houses, that by having the bills printed In Frankfort householder's wife after n whllo; "I'vo thcro would bo less delay and the been hearing It for half an hour." "It nln't for us," said tho household members could keep In touch with their bills. It is probablo that tho cr, curling up comfortably. "They had next legislature will adopt a rulo at tho wrong number wanted somo one the beginning of tho sccslon requiring named Mulllns." all bills to bo printed as emergency work and to bo done In Frankfort. A MISTAKE. Without a dissenting vote the bill introduced In tho scnato by Herman D. Nowcomb, of InilsvUlo, providing for a nonpartisan com mission of flvo to supersede the Louis ville school board as at present con stltutcd, passed tho teniae. The real purpose of tho bill Is to divorce tho n Nights-goner-illhouso-holde- Farmers mi MsrcU Bank Cllafem Street, Blokman, Kentucky. , ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.- .Tht wa ellfer to depositors. Otker lid(KtBoat aro of tecosuUry lmporUnse. Upon tbis Quiraotee we Stliclt Your Patronage. M. BUCHANAN, H. Buchanan, J. J. T. A. Lediord. PfMldeat J. A. TH0nP30N, Ccahtor. W. AlexaaeUe, O. B. a Condurant, Isl.r, Thr.lk.ld, M.J. Hubbard. Dr. J. K M. DIRECTORS THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY aasaBSMBMBBassiBBBBBaaBaBaBaMssaaBBaaBBHsB LOW IISTANGE TELEPHONE 'Fit RATH APMY Tf IKU MANAIE1 OUHIEIUNI TELEPHINE A TELE9RAPH CI. 'MMNU1U ... INI STIMC IS CIMP1ETE All . . . -- Absolutely THE BEST- - nillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz' Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. CWl a or wLphco. us when la b4 of OROCERIBS, FRESH MEAT! or FEEDSTUFF8. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveriea. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 3TABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Pro (Successor to B. O. TUmiga, d.oaa4.) """" SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Ilarble and Granite rionuments CURBINO, kind, HICKIAN. Smlthson I think wo ought to d something to honor his memory. Jackson That's a good Idea. He wasn't much account but he hnd a corking fine memory. STONB WORK of IRON FENCINd. j i all KENTUCKY ;c, Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT two-fifth- day her Mrs. horse Nemesis won at Gravezend, was congratulated on tho brilliant success of her racing stable. "When one wins," Mrs. Thomas an- swered, "one's losses nro forgotten. Iut In racing one's losses are many, and tho keeping of a stablo has Its troubles. v,Tho general Idea ot a racing stable, the Idea that It is ono long triumph nnd Joy, Is very wrong. It Is as ex aggerated as tho foreigners descrip tion ot our mammoth hotels. "This man said of our hotels. "in America everything Is on a Thoy havo gigantic grand scale. buildings ot Incrcdlblo splendor. lived In New York In a hotel ot such colossal proportions that when I rang tho bell Thursday evening tho waiter ' An Exaggeration. E. H. Thomas, tho Lauderdale's DENTISTS. 'OFFICES: Hickman, Hj. Or.r Cowjlll's drug store. Union City, Tenn. In O. B. A. building. Tonsorial Parlors Best In Hickman. Hot and eoU bathst electric lights and fafiit, hjdmullo ohalrs nd eTeryUUtf for comfort. Oliuton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. would come to my room Monday mora Ing.' " I'iisli Book Store Bplondld Selection ... LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reason ible prices. If yon have real estate for ale. let us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: Oh, the Mistletoe Bought Tho village nmatour operatic com pany recently essayed to glvo a performance of n musical play written round the story ot "Tho Mlstletoo Dough." As a vocnllst tho heroine was Frankfort, Ky. Although it has not n success and In addition sho had been but a month since tho sheriff set- tho misfortune when playfully hiding tlements, tli ore Is not enough money in tho ancient oak chest (kindly lent In tho treasury to pay off the outstandby tho locul grocer), to hear the lid ing warrants, by nearly $150,000, and go down with a click. In the general expense fund tho deficit 'Tho lid of your box is locked,' runs to nearly $200,000. Tho report whispered tho nlarmed etago manngor ot Auditor James, at tho' close of busi- to tho grocer, who was in tho front ness for January, Is that thero aro scat. 1352.S43.72 duo on outstanding warsing no more, "Sho nln't rants. Thero la also a doflclt In tho Is she?" was tho cautious Inquiry. general expeuso fund of $185,111.81, "Her spirit nppears In the next act aud there Is remaining In the sinking aud sings twice," said tho manager, fund but $191,348.55 ana !u tho school "Oh, do It?" camo tho reply. "Then fund but $122,338.45, so that the bal- I'm to hldo tho key!" ance to work on Is but $187,512.20. New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Call aad see our stock. Notions, Etc upo-date. ET.rjrthlng Hickman Courier Realty bi Hickman. Kea lucky. Marv Berendes&GomDany is Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping; other when they ask for (rood job printing. We can tickle the. most People wh exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are tht most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. miri-Tif Spirited Tale. TO LOOSEN ARTICLES. '.'What did you do when the car If tumblers become fixed, tap gently boro down upon you?" round with another tumblor, nnd, Hko "I hold my breath, and" magic, Ihey will como npnrt If a glas "My! How strong you must bo!" stopper la fixed, tap round with (Ho then turned aside and chewed and It will bo loosened. You n clove.) will always havo tho same result. Tho rulo Is, tup each artlclo with auotiior Always Kicking. of a similar kind. "What nro you kicking nbout?" "Everything!" Is Right with Them. "Hnvsn't you ovorj thing you want?" "I feol llkit congratulating some " Yob, but says tho Phllosophor ot "llltt what?" Folly, "when they tell iuo Tm not "I'vo got so muah I don't wantl" feeling Hko myself,"' mnd - JOB PRINTING little ch.auer than the oth.r fellow. Wedding Invitation., letter heaiU. bill heads, ale bills. lUtemanta, dodfers, card., etc., ell recivs tl e ume careful ttoiUawt jut a litUt better tlua teemt noceuarr. Prompt (Ullvtry aluaa. sX MILL iiili REMNANT SMI B-- nmilll ma mm nftiuQiMffl t WWTH i UHTTVIT ffMtfHm r kiiM j ri if it'-i- i li'ib'MPiii 1 mh iwbvjw cf,r a"v-- rami .fawiw i r warn ti ; - Every mill in the country has thousands and thousands of yards of pieces of good . . i ii .i iviMi r nese snore pieces ana lengens are termedl mm rxemnants. 1 ney are just as good too snort to put into a run piece. w rVip crrnrlc in n full ni'prp Knr Kpmor 5rmrr rhpv must- hr cnlrl ar a SHPTlfipf an rl fhp U it PQP mill Tpmnnnhc rtrrUl- t rmc Inch Tffr inch rf fVir ricrKh hmp fv Gptir a nnan Tnill? . Anrl wp anh fVipm ah a nripf hhah pnaKls n.c hn sfll thpm tr vnn at a Vftfv crreat. hirr savincr in nripf mnnv rf k, ww w o i o tr "jo j j ui iiicui d just about one-hal- f. And when you remember that the goods offered are seasonable goods, and the same as being offered else 1L m TOU know what Mill Remnants are ? i . . . . r ii T,i 1 - - 1 ? -- " rv r ii.. nana rrompuy at ii 11 nere ana oe un ti Dargains yuoiea u notice xi r iiour ot upemny ine ine 1 1 1 1 Saturday Morning, February 19th, at 9 O'clock 01 r tne Mi Brown Domestic i r Calicoes Simpsons Prints Red Seal Dress Ginghams 12c Amoskeag Check Gingham Pcpperell 10-- 4 Sheeting Blench Domestic Zephyr Gingham 3c 4c 6c 5c 24c 5c 8c Mill Remnants Simpson Prints of Calicoes and Percales. 6c Calicoes, short pieces Simpson's is the best brand of Prints in the market and sells usually at 7c the yard. 3c 4c I I Surprise Special 1 NQi f Enamel Covered Roasters 9c Percales of the very best grade and full yard wide. Sells everywhere at 2 -- 2c, choice 1 1 I I I I I H H Mill RemnantS of Shcetingi and I -- Domeitiu Genuine Peppcrell Wide Sheetings I04 wide, worth 32 2c yard, at 24V -- 4V Good Qualitp Brown Domestic worth 6c, at - 10c Bleached Domestic at Good Bleach Domestic worth 8 I 3c, for -- 8V 5c light styles at 10c I I H H On Sale AT None charged. Mill Remnants Red Seal Ginghams, the best Dress f Fancy and Staple Ging- hams and buttings. Saturday Morning at Mill RemnantS Napkins. of Table Linens, Towels and Gingham made this season. The choicest of styles. You'll see them offered now in other stores at 12 1.2c. "While they last.... 6c t -- 10 O'CLOCK Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams That sell at 8 I 3c, will be but lOcJZephyr Ginghams in this sale will 10c Solid Color Ginghams will be 10c Cheviots will be 15c Indian Head Suitings for. be. .12c .5c .8c 8c 8c No telephone orders accepted. One only to a customer. 30c White Table Linen for 35c Red Table Linen for 15c Towels at 1.50 Bleached Table Napkins for 1.50 Bleached Table Cloths for . 22 t 26c 10c 08c -1- .19 Mill Remnant Sale of Muslin Underwear 2.00 Bleached Table Cloths for ..1.48 Mill Remnants of white Goods. Here are specially good things at unusual prices. Fine White Figured Mercerized Waistings, That are worth 25c a yard and are selling at that price at other stores. Our price 12?ic Nice Quality Long Cloth, worth 10c the yard, is but 25c Corset Covers for 40c Corset Covers for 75c Corset Covers for 75c Gowns for .50 Gowns for 1.50 Black Petticoats 1 15c 25c .48c 48c 98c . 08c Mill Remnant Sale of Shoes and Slipper 1 8c Mill Remnant 36 Inch. S saort0h io'rSr 20c Fine Figured White in this sale will be Goods 12c foot Rugs, wcrth 3.00, at Lace Curtains, per pair 75c Lace Curtains 1.S0 Lace Curtains for 1.00 Counterpanes for l..VT...1!0" ...... 1.98 39c 48c 98c 98c for 2.0 Men's Gun Metal Bluchers, 3.00 Shoe, Men's Fine 3.50 Shoes at Ladies' Fine 2.50 Tan Shoes for Misses' 1.50 Shoes for 4.00 Shoes at Misses' and Children's Shoes at 08 1.20 2.08 75c and 00c Men's Finest &.UU Shoes ai 1001 of the Little Things of Every Day Use in the Jit We can name here but a few items, but we have hundreds of others equally as pood. Jit 5 Centi-He- avy 10c wide gilt band Thimbles. 10c Tooth Brushes, 3 dor. Clothes Pins, Fine Toilet Soaps, 4 , rubber, extra large Tablets, 360 sheets, package of white envelopes, large 10c bottle of Machine Oil, 10c Ladies' Handerchiefs, 3 pairs good Shoe Laces, 10c Pearl Buttons, 2 do. Safety Pins, 10c Lamp t 10 Cents 15c wide gold band Milk Pitchers, 15c Shaving Brushea. 25c Hair Bnishes, 25c Clothes Brushes, 15c and 15c Curry Combs. 25c Cold Cream icnon. Ladies' 15c Hose, and hundreds ooc. unuarcn nouer Katca, 48c. Minature Parlor Clock with alarm, 3.00 value, lor i.vo. iHia. run iuuciu iiiLaci Aiaicu iiuus, an i ot regular pnee x.uu, ior oc. i.uu nwim HomeMill Remnant Sale Prices , & artlciei. ELLISON BROTHERS fD kb n i is. m FflANK DUDLEY CO. Tlio Krank Dudley Co. will open nt tho Lyrlc on Feb. 18th, with tho com-ud- trOth Semi-Annu- al Statement --or Tits rm PERATION "Hollo lllll." This excellent stock company will bo wllh us two nlRht. and you enn necuro reserved aoaU nt tho illrkmnn DniR Co. (loneral nrtnilimlon will bo 35 cents, rssrved seats CO cents. It Is unnecessary for us to comment on thin company, as nil theatre-Boor- s of thin city know that It Is one of tho best that has over played In Hickman. DILLON O & This Ought to Interest Every User Of Hickman Bldg HIOKMAN, and KY. loan See the New Electric Lights ASSOCIATION Inter national lib", Mazda Lamps. 2 Our stores are brilliantly lighted with the 40 C. P. Tungsten FOK TKHM KNDINO FF.ll. To net Premiums To for 1 1. 1910. The Mazda Lamp gives us 'Jv r - i' ' Models They are the classiest , atj'les of the season and they are made COX.Mgra. PUDLIC MEETINO. V St f tor nn opera-n four years ago I had pains downward In both nldcs, i .ifkni'lio, niid n vi akness. TIi doc--f ivnntfd mo to r i ,ive another oiera- ii. ItookJ.yilla li inkhain'B VcgcUi- I IK Jorcst, is. ' V It' lf i li.itMAXN, . g v ompounii ami entirely cured mr irouiiies." mi or- - ruiii". "i i..a.fifthkti .,.,.. , ....Avitlilff1. iroiiuie. U 1 i' 1 1 j.llKcrlcruoSt.uw ( tun! to my Ix-- nnd tin ration wnsiicccs-J'lnkhatn'sVcg- 1 a trial Urst nnd Mrs. i neratlon. . 1 t I etna 10 .t f f unparalleled success ( , f ,r ( , r. it ion 2 i jmxiiihI to euro 'J ic great vuliimo of iour. hiv constantly J.rilla i mslvelr that i i m table Compound is n u.cdv for thoso dls- ills from which so j 'I J.juia j;. nnu. r i nil p,lnl ftil vlro nlxnit ril io ,ii rx. 'ihkiiuui, M Her lulvlco Is N i Ipfnl. NOTICE. i- - Houso Molasses Luck- r i 'Amborg's Is tlil Favor put sum in or. t exactly I ho same '. a) way hnil In bar t winter, or unlit In ' i to will bo thn game, v. d molasses on the 1 . to . puro Mattel Sap When In nocd of jp Mapol Sugar, Mo in and ace rao. r ba Oliver Typewrit. j. c a samplo machlno a In my Grocory I)0' as puro and good Id r .on to tho molasses J tuy stock of Welch ar J. L. AMUEIU1. Helm & Co. for wall 3 Lc roll up. mem FENCE tewart's IRON . 9 ftiLbarronttirkn n W ta U$i fence made, irmvicriPf, CIO. J (lelger. T Mrs. Mario Amberg. H. J. (Jolger, wife of Hov Oelger of tho Kplsropnl church, was Seo Fumin, Helm & Co. for wall token to Unit I in ore. Md.. this week paper. All prices, 6c roll up. to bo treated by Dr. Kelley for nervous trouble Shu was accompan led by her sister, Miss McKay, and both were uccoiupanlcd as far as Ixiulsvllle by Dr. l'rnther and Uov ed. Mrs. King was In Cairo, Friday Fletcher, of Hayouvlllo, ws Speaking of Mississippi county's hero Friday. Hepresentntlvo In Congress, tho Hov. Mothcny preached at Locust Clinrloston Courier saya: Congress Grove, Sundny. man Crow's maiden speech was mndo Mrs. Alllo McDndc's baby Is bet last Thursday. It was mado In tho tor nt this writing. houso of rcprescntnt!cs at Washing J. I). I'lckett had business In Char ton when Jio asked that ho nlono bo leston last Thursday. hold responslhlo for tho letter ho Iterby Hrown, of Hlckmnn, visited sont to census enumerators asking Oscar llrndloy. Sunday. Uiem to do political work. Tho Miss Myrtle King was In Hick speech was made nt tho request of man, Saturday, shopping. secretary Nagel and othor Ilepubll I'lckett. of Cairo, visited her cans. mother, Mrs. Ilyassee, last week. Ksq. Tankersley gave n big log' John L. Sullivan, tho former hcavy- rolling, Tuesdny. Several attended w tight chnmplon pugilist of tho world Hoslo Lawrence visited his aunt, wua married Monday to the sweet hewrt of his bo) hood days, Miss Mrs. J. O. King, Saturday nnd Sun Kntberln Harklus, n wealthy real es day. John Fletcher visited homo folks, tsto holder of Sharon, I'n. Tho wed ding look placo at tho home of tho In Fast I'ralrle, Saturday nnd Sun day. brlile'n sister. Miss Mnry Harklus, I Mrs. Crawford went to Fast Pro Hoxbury. MasR. Tho couplo sailed on thn steamship lvcrnla for Kngland Irlo, Monday, to visit her daughter, Sullivan secured a divorce from his Carmen. Miss Audrey Lawrence, of Hick' first wife n year ago. man, Is spending this week with Mrs, Serviced at tho Methodist church J. O. King, her aunt. Sundny morning at 11 n. in. I'reach John Mmldox and wife entertain Ing by tho jiaslor, Uov. O. W. Wilson, ed a number of young people Satur Fastor IiihIsIb Hint all members who day ulgbt, and n flno tlmo Is report can reasonably do so, attend. The ed. evening ScrTlceVlIl bo conducted by John Fletcher, teacher of tho Lotho Woman s Foreign Missionary So cust Grove school, presented to' each clety: a service that will be enjoy of his pupils a nlco valentine, Mon nblo nnd edifying to all present. You day, which proved n very pleasant nro Invited to bo present. surprise. O child of Ilurch !lla. tho Anderson, of Fulton, whllo sitting be CARD OF THANKS. fore nn open stove, Friday, toppled over Into tho flro. Her clothing im Tho undersigned deslro to thank mediately Ignited. Her screams at their many friends for kindness and traded her fnther, who. after heroic expressions of sympathy shown us efforts, succeeded In smothering ou In our recent sorrow tho death of tho flames. Tho child's back and son nnd husband D. W. S. Amberg Anderson's hands wero badly blister Mr. nnd Mrs. II C. Amberg. J. O. O. T. Foreign Mlsslonnry public meeting at the Methodist Church. Fob 20th, p. in., the occasion of tho openat.7 ing of their mite boxes. All nro cordially Invited to bo present. Fallowing Is tho program that has been arranged for tho occasion: Voluntary Choir. Hong Choir Scripture leading Mrs. 0. W. Wilson. Song Congregation. Prayer Itev. a. W. Wilson. Heading "Mm. I'lcketfs Mltellox" Mrs. Alice Anibcrg. UuaUIng and Mimical Kxorclses .Mrs. Wilson ami Mm. Helm. Selection from "Day of Juno" Mrs. Mngglo Itandlo. Solo Mrs. II. Ii. Amberg. Heading I'oem M lis Matllo Oo I low. Itocltntlou Ilaltzor Dodds. Opening Mlto Iloxus. Doxology. Society will The Woman's hvo a 12 times as much light as the old 16 C. P. lamp, and the light ii a billllant beautiful white light, of the ugly, yellow light you get from your 16 C. P. Lamp. IL term not Interest term net Fees To term To net Fines term IJy Bxpenso for for sia.oo 2413.2.1 33.no for 15.15 Costs Us Less To Hum The Mania 40 C. P. Than $281.(10 2534.80 - Did to Uurn the - Old I6C. it P. Ily Onlns I28IC.I0 2810.40 up from the most attractive Why, then, continue to use the 16 C- P. when ycucan get a far better light for lets money. Come see the Mazda light in our stores and let us tell Loans AS8HTS. , $91:500.00 2.I2G.30 Cash In Treasury. Fabrics ever seen in this town. $93,920.30 LIAHILITIKS. rferles No. Shares Value ' 112 you more about them. We have the "MAZDA" Lamp for sale, Total $13,916.00 15.C43.2G G.503.42 10,017.00 184.108.40.206G 7.7C4.C6 7.083.41 6,113.20 ELLISON BROS. C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 D0ING8 AT DORENA. 112 12 J2 K2 L2 M2 N2 Undivided 142 177 82 150 82 142 151 155 244 150 274 275 132 $98.00 88.38 79.31 And every inch of cloth that goes into them is Wool of the finest quality. You will expect us to charge you a big price, but in this you'll be mistaken. Please call. 70.78 62.48 64.08 46.91 39.44 32.60 25.56 18.86 12.30 6.06 7,930.00 3,834.00 5,167.64 3,382.5 799.92 42.03 Profits Total v fc $93,920.30 Number shares borrowed on.... 915 Number phnres not borrowed on. 1241 Number Shares In force O ........2156 Secretary. TQM DILLON. Sit.. - Millet 6c Alexander J. A. COBURN'S CHANGE- IN FIRM. The well known firm of Cotton Adams, plumbers and tinners, of thl city, will probably dissolve partner ship about the first of tho coming month. The chango Is made for ren sons best known to themselves. Till firm has been In business about foil years. Mr Adams, with his brother, John Adams, who has been engaged In th same business at Greenwood, Miss will compose n new firm which will continue In tho plumbing business. Mr. Cotton will doubtless contlnu also In this line. O MINSTRELS An All White Company PRESENTING AN ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME JbJh8 ATJ'JL'.I ''LlJ--i ELECTRICAL SCENIC PRODUCTION ALL THAT IS NEW IN MINSTRELSY WOODLAND MILLS NEWS. E. Cox was a business visitor In Union City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maddox are vis Itlng their son, John, at Fulton. Mrs. J. D. Jones' guests are Mr. nnd Mrs. Hlchard Prnthcr, or Mis- J. A GREAT BIG FUN SHOW CLEVER COMEDY. SPARKLING MUSIC. DANDY DANCING. STARTLINQ NOVELTIES. souri. Mrs. Ed Estes, of Martin, wns the guest of Mrs. G. II. llrasfleld, last Corinn llrasfleld, of near Hickman, was tho guest of Miss llras fleld, last week. Andrew IiUrrus. who Is nttendlng acnool In Dresden, has been visiting his father, Dr. G. II. Durrus. Mrs. John I). Alexander, who has very recently gone west In search of health, Is reported to bo Improving. Tho stockholders of tho Farmers' Sank of Woodland Mills decided Saturday to open tho new bank July 1st for business. G. H. llrasfleld will soon leave us and take possession of his new Ken tucky farm. We nro sorry to lose ho and bis family from our midst. wows readied Here Tuesday morn Ing of tho death of Mrs. Tucker. daughter of Mrs. Suo Dellow. We of fer our heartfelt sympathy to Mrs DoIJow, nnd to her husband, Guy O . . . week. Miss SWEETEST SINGERS IN MINSTRELSY. DON'T FORGET THE "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK9' Business -- Directory - lltl Y&ll trnn avntu. R. L. P'cluunu, isVA.. GRAY, Acent icy, J I. llnumgartner, editor of tho Santn Clara, Cal., Dally Star, was e WOODLAWN DAIRY. lected president of tho rational Kd A. H. Leet, Prop. Itorlnl Association nt Now Orleans Saturday. Tlio N. K. A. has gono llcst of Milk and Duttcr delivered this week on nn oxcurelon to Panama Homo Phono No. 27. Tho comet has passed from vlow Ualllngor luvcs but wo still hnvo tho McMURRY & FLAT tlgatlou nnd tho Kentucky Senate, Attorneys-at-LaOur silk handkerchief effect Is big bit Ask us about It, Schmidt, Office over Hickman Drug Company Hickman, Ky. BETTERSWORTH ASK FOR RATES- STREET PARADE AND BAND CONCERTS. Lyric Theatre Tuesday Night Admission 50c and 75c Groceries 4 PRATHER No. 23 I Tucker, 1 9- Hickman Standard Records Furniture FURNITURE AND ft Company UNDERTAKERS' GOODS Goods at a price that is within reach of everyone. Our goods are new and strictly When in need of anything in our line it will pay you to call and look over our stock. We are First-CIat- s up-to-dat- e. always pleased to show our goods whether you buy r not. We are here to accomodate the public. We Can Save j Yoci Money HIOKMAN FURNITURE CO. incorporates) E, E. REEVES. Manager WAnnAN o IbbUtU. "Best of Everything" Warrants havo been Issued at tho request of the Fulton County Leveo will this week buy Hoard for tho arrest of Will Marshall B. 8. ELLIOTT on easy terms an iioo Allen, Jno, Hancock and Jaml Carpenter and Contractor son, ,t)io latter a negro, for alleged trespassing on tlio loveo. They are Let mo flguro with you, charged with riding their horses on Hickman, Ky. tho levee, which cs strictly a viola Hon of tho law. Tlio flno tor thts or COTTON & ADAtt',3 fenso Is not less than $500 nor more Plumbers and Tinners tbau $2,600. Tho. Board has also Issued Instruct Go Anywhoro for DusIucbs Ions to their watchman to notify them of Phono No. 73. immediately of nny trespassing on the leveo hereafter, and will Issue warrants for their arrest bb fast nn A. E. KENNEDY In. Fire Life and Accident Insurance the reports come or as a matter information, wo 12 might state that there Is no objection Host Companies on Earth to people walking on tho lovee, but Pbouo No. Zl. riding or driving ou It subjects you Come and hear the new February Records. to prosecution, COURIER REALTY COMPANY 0 $1 down and $1 a week will put an Edison Phonograph Phone No. 21 in your home. FIRE AT CAYCE. Will sell that placo and got you an John Luten's houso was dostroyed othor, No business, no pay. .Monday, between 11 and 12 o'clock, near Cayce. It was only a short (Imo after tho flro was noticed until HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. the building was burned to tho I" ground. Mr. and Mrs. Luton hadn't AM READY. BAD NEGRO CAUGHT. Phono 20, night or day. ooen away but a fow minutes, they Hickman, Ky, had only gono to tho homo of Mrs. Mr. Kd Oholson tetitlNcd In tho Pinion Tharpe. alias William Mays, Luten's mother, a dlstnuco of u quar- trial toduy thut ho stopped luo to it former Fulton negro, was arrested ter of a mile, when their attentlou unjolut my neck. This Is an Invita- Friday In Owensboro. Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. was called by a neighbor's bell giv- tion to Mr Uholsou to numo his Tharpe Is accused of the cold Dentis- ting tho alarm Ho had some Insur- time and place. Ho U welcome to blooded murder of Will Jones at Meance but not enough to cover bis nil ho gots. J, A. McVoIgh. tropolis, 111., tho crime being commit, Davidson's old stand. Phono No. Tho abovo Is taken from Monday's ltd In 1905. Previous to the killing losses. Ho had $400 on the build-luHlckuinii, Ky, and $200 on tho household goods, Fulton Leader, uud is u uald ndver- - at llrookport, Tharpe killed a negro tUouiout. Tho Courier's revenue from at Water Valley but he was cleared GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP this source Is rather scant, but If upqu the grounds of self defense. 'Xj3niua jo joiuoaoq Joj oiup our pugilists will get busy and ad(Humlker's Old Stand) IpUVO 0UJ3OIU3(I 01)) Oq pillow OI vertise, W'o'l) guarunteo that buslues Lowest prices for horseshoeing, IBID p3JV30p gUU. XJ .3.13,1 "Oil win pick up and we will not cliargo Carl Schmidt and wife spent Sun. 1UU, Wood and Irou Work. Bin O) OJU g34pt BJVI 13J9 day with Uulou City rwUUmi. tot tke fuuiMml uoUcs. City Delivery; both pllonos 1 Edison Outfit One Gem Combination Phonograph And Ellison Brothers g Power-Ove; r ROUTE NO. 5. i Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been pood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. Itobert Jones, of near Shepherd, apent Saturday with frlenda In this Wnmlnga have been sent out by community. Misses Nannie Clifton nnd Made the authorities of Pndurnh to watch line Green spent laat Saturday with out for a man givlnr bad chocks Ho claims to be representing the Nellie Lee Kscue. Walter Long la very low of tuber- - Welch. tlrnpc Juice Co.. nnd hna land culnala at tho home of hta sister, ed about 400 on his bogus chocks Mra. Hob McCnln. Charlie Payne, claim agent for Hie Several of Frank Ulvos children I. C. H. K.wna here Wednesday g t are confined to their room with nn ting Information about Leo Pnto who attack of small pox. was killed at fllbba by falling undor .Mra. Oracle Caldwell nnd son. Jun n freight trnln Friday evening. lus, of Fremont, apent Friday nnd Tho Supreme court of Tennes e Saturday with Mra. Henry Howard hna decided tho publishing house Mill In favor of the Cumberland Presby terlnn church na against tho unionists NOTICE I I Time to order that now spring suit Cowgill's Drug I, the undersigned, will appear he- - for Easter. Mnrch 27. fio to E 11 (Incorporated) fore tho Honorable Hoard of Prison Ellison's nnd see Strains Ilros. lino Commissioners of Kentucky at their lKforo you order. office In Frankfort nt Its next regu We sell the best quality wall pa lar meeting nnd present pettllon and per and nt tho lowest prices. Fuqun A CARD. aak for the parole of one. "Will John- Holm & Co 1 have taken charge of tho Hick- - son, sent from Fulton County and J T Smith, of Fulton, has opoii. d :n.m Furniture Co. business nnd 1 now confined nt the Branch nt Eddyvllle, Ky., chareged a blacksmith shop nt Crutchflold wish to say that I am here for busi ness and expect to give my whole with murder. Joe Pnlhamus went to Charleston VAL CARPENTER attention to it. Tho Company has 35-on Huslness, Wednesday night. had tho name of keeping tho best line of goods in West Kentucky and I win continue to keen up tho repu tation nnd endeavor to Improve the stock. If possible. Cull and seo me. Monday. .Mm. Jim Osborn la on tho nick list. I'rof. Owen Stlfiler went to Clnj'- ton Saturday. Jim Hicks nnil family spent Satur day with relatives nenr IloEers. Herman Howard wns tho guest of friends In Cryatal Saturday nlRhL Mrs. Nannie. Moaler has been real sick ot malnrln, but to Improving. Dock Kirk and wife, were the Ritcsta of Charley Kirk nnd family Sunday. Mra. Lulu Moaler went to Union City Saturday to take census exam ination. Messrs. I,ee Orny nnd Oullott, of Lake, county, were, through hero last OFFICERS. At ft meetlnc ot tho Hoard of HI rector of tho Hickman Ico A Coal Company, Saturday, Feb. 12th. tho following were elected to direct tho affalra of tho company for tho com Ing year: A. A. Farla, T. A. Ied ford. Tom Dillon, Sr., A. O. Carutn era nnd Jno. T. Dillon. Tho now offlcera elected wcro A. A. Farla. President. T. A. Udford. Tom Dillon. Sr . Secretary. J. A. Thompson, Treaaurer. M mincer nnd Hook .1. T. Dillon. keeper. Mr. Farla has lensed from thla com pany the coal business for one ELECT t. I I t fc lint ifc I tl I ll I il i I I I I I mOn the Streets Isn't It nbout tlmo you wero clonn ing off your sidewalks? C. I). White, Jr., wns tho guest of .miss Jinry Smith Sunday Wall Paper! Wall Paper' All group nt me lowest price Kuqua WANTED t A good cow with M, A. McDanlel. 36p young calf Mm. O. P. Shumate has returned from a visit to relatives In New born, Tenn. Wnll Paper! Wall Pnnor! All grades at tho lowest prices Fiiqtin "' M"l "M"i"iMiiM"M.iii... We invite all w nnn hpr- - u. w front 11 Trovntorc, ating by Caruso nntl MT77p 2! the chortiB of the Metropolitan fW,. Will buy on ensy terms n Mighty good line-up- . rr iieim ti uo. Victor Outfit Of One Beautiful Victor Store I'cnnl-tentlar- O. II. Ilolld sold thla weok Infa In his new addition to Arthur Wllllama nnd ( In Townxen. FOIl 8AI.H Six nlco corner lots n tho Henry Addition. Term to suit iiircnnser Julian Chonte. aotfe I linvi, - trnn.1 ...a,,. .nn I n ,,, annui n " " irnnnn. . will en at a uargain, ensn or credit it. u. Kogers. iiicKiunn. .Tttrc Itobert IK'How wns called homo .Monday night by tho sudden death of his swtur, .Mrs. Tuckor Kid. llrlggntico will fill his rccit- lar appointment at Mt. Herman next Siindny. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Travis and daughter. Miss Mattle, returned Tuesday from n visit to relatives In .Nashville Mrs. Fannlo Shnw nnd son. M II . ho have 1)0,111 In N'hu- - nrli.nim for several weeks, are exneeted limnu Sat "0" Mnri,;1T Mnhoqany Cabinet and Flower Hnm 6 Double Faced Records Giving you 12 Selections, Needle Box nnd 200 NedlJ COME HEAR WE Wrk NEW SELECTIONS will nut ... ru 51.00 down and 51.00 T .i u;,i. m v .. .itiui louriiomfl ELLISON BROTHERS urday. E. E. HEEVES. RUSH CREEK ITEMS. :visit,the: Mrs.'Jnck McClcllan Is on tho sick list this week. Mrs. Walter Crostlc visited her mother, Mrs. Mangrum, at Moscow. Friday. Miss Jessie Wnll and Tyler Davis. I attended a Valentino party at Caycel Monday night. Miss Virgie Davis has rheumatism. Erroll McCehee has Just closed a very successful term of school and Is at homo for a vacation. Mrs. Maggie Hamsey and daughter, of Clinton, are the guests' of her parents, H. Davis and wife. Mrs. Will Copeland, daughter of Mr. and ilrs. Albert Itoper is quite 111 ot erysipelas of the face. Mrs. Itoper visited her daugter at May-fiel- d first of tho week. While playing with two or three I boys and a stick. Master Tommle Noouon met with a painful accident Inst week at school. They were trying to get the stick when It broke and struck with considerable force! the comer of his eye cutting the lid arid making a very had wound. Ho is doing very well however, and we hope will soon bo well. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. Tom Atteberry School closes Friday. BARGAIN SECTION E. R. Ellison's Chicago. W S. Warren, need K!t rwira illi.it nt tho homo of his daughter. Mrs. I,. S Phllllims. In East Kultnn Knnd.-tafter several weeks' Illness. The lienutlrul linmn nt Ifnnrv nt Clinton, was partlnlly destroyed by flro Snturdny nt noon. Tho blate originated from a defective fluo. ilo sure nnd visit E. II. Ellison's Store and Inspect tho Immense lino of new Spring and Summer woolens from Strauss Pros.. Master Tailors. r rl NEW HARNESS SHOP We nrc prepared to fit you in anything in the way of Harness, we also carry a line of Collars, Hames, Tugs, Bridles, Breechim LINES AND BACK BANDS HARNESS AND SHOE REPAIRING NU.VT IKIOH TO I'AKMUKS Cash Store You will find many new and surprising offerings. New goods are now coming in constantly and in greater variety than ever. This store sells for cash only, and for that reason can afford to and does sell all kinds of the best merchandise at lower prices. You will, in nearly every instance, find the SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY, OR BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY Sundnyed In It. B. Scearco went to Clinton Monday on business. Messrs. Charles Menees and Tom White wero in Hickman on business Monday. A. W. Fowler and wifo have re turned home after several days tour of tho The entino Ardell Tho weather rn.ni certainly handed us a nice package Wednesday morning. The mercury crawled down several degrees, nnd tho wnlks were as slick ns Ice could mnko them. At last tho mountain has labored genand brought forth n mouse--th- o eral uttseinbley tins passed a bill In mako October 12 a legal holiday In the state, to bo known ns Columbus day. Magnificent !!!! Tuesday night. Feb. 12. Itev Sin- Icy will preach nt the Ilnptlst church In tbls city. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. The members are especially requested to be present. as there is business of Importanro to bo attended to. A crazy ncro. thinking himself to bo John I.. Sullivan, undertook to mnko everybody vacate tho I. C depot at Fulton, Sunday. When an officer landed a big chunk ot coal up between tho negro's eyes, ho changed his mind ns to his Identity n Monday nrenlnc. Mine Funun. entertnlned irtvnml frlnmle at nn enjoynble six o'clock dinner Af ter ainncr hook wns played The cueats wern Vlaaea Anno, nnlfnn Ireno Helm. Cnvllt, Mlunn John ston, .Mattlo May Seay and Itottlo Mnri-imrli- A SPECIALTY HANK Xx1oom XIouhoikvIdIo A MUUCMANTS A. J. WRIGHT, Manager. HICKMAN HARNESS CO Advertisin IS UNNECESSARY c This is the slogan of some people ; but having 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 build ing & Loan Association in existence. unpro-grcssiv- South. young people enjoyed a Val party at the homo of Mrs.l Johnson, Monday night. FOR SALE. Dollow. Thn Lndlra nf the Knihrnlrinrv Plul, wero entertained Friday afternoon nt the homo of Mrs. C. F. rtnltzcr lies Ides tho club members. Mr CI II. Pond. Mrs. II. L. Amberc. Mrs W. L. Helm. Mrs. T. A. Ledford and Mrs. Cuo Thrclkcld wero guests. A salad con r so was served. Wo hkve It nn cnrwl niillmrllt-llm- f Itev. Turklngton, formerly pastor of tho Ilnptlst church In this city, will probably be called to accept this chnri?,, nenln within llm nn,i r.iu. days. Itev,, Turklngton Is anxious nnn Lit mum in una nmrn in.t church hoard will net on his roquest this or next week. RESIDENCE six-roo- PEOPLE OWN HOMES in Hickman and Fulton County that would still be on the lanlord's rent list had it not been for their foresight in taking advantage of the POOR MAN'S SAVINGS BANK, The The Hickman Courier has a nlco 2 story brick house and two good lots for sale cheap. All Im provements, two cellars, cistern, etc. Jt will cost $2,000 to build house, our price iiuu. ask tor rso. tt. a-KILLED BY A TRAIN. a Otto Saunders, who has been all Late Saturday attenioon, while en through the West for tho past four yoars, and In Alaska, for over three route to his home at Murpheysboro, Tenn., Walter L. Pato attempted to years, arrived here Monday. "catch" a fast I. C. frolKht train at Glbbs, Tenn., and fell beneath tho wheels whero ho met a horrible and instant death. Tho body was cut In several pieces, and mangled beyond recognition. Young Pate, In company wun sev eral other boys, wero. It is said, trying to steal a ride on. tho train from BOYS, GlbbB to Kulton, and 'had completed a part ot tho Journey when tho ac $2.cn cident occurred. A number of people saw him try to catch tho car anil saw him thrown on the track where his life's blood was poured upon the ties In a sickening DOUGLAS te $3.$350&$4.SHOES PLEASE PAY NOW. Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. A Dmlile All parties Indebted to tho firm of brated their tenth nnnlversnryc.l.. Cotton & Adams are requested to Monday evening of last week by on make settlements on or boforo March n few friends nt nn Ida. 1, 11)10. A change in business makes gant courso 'dinner. wero Tho it necessary to get our books In order .Mr. ami Airs. it. .M. idler. guestsJessie before that dute. And those having Dillon, Mrs. 8. I). Luten Mrs. Miss nnd claims against the firm are requested Moua Dlcstolbrlnk. to present them at onco. Cotton & If you wnnt corrct styiee. nerfect Adams. m, uie oust worKinaii8lilp, with r.00 O now woolens to select from nt tho lowest prices, you can find this Ideal $500.00 EXPRESS. Tho Mongol llor Company Wednesday received tho new shaft to replace the broken shaft on tho Str. .Mengel llox Company. This shaft weighed 0,000 pounds and was shipped by express from Marlettu, Ohio, the sumo coming In a special express car Tho expressago on this shaft was $51 LOG. When this company Is In the least-bi- t of a hurry they do not mind paying express charges. They have had numerous shipments by express running In the neighborhood or 1500.00, on ono occasion having a complete saw mill outfit shipped by express. This new shaft will bo put on the tow boat its soon us she nrrlves, and will bo placed In position by their electrlo derrick. The boat should have arrived hero Wednesday at noon, but was nt Ileelfoot, Tenu over a day. Shu had to como In light on account of her broken shaft Mr. McConuell, chief engineer of the Ilummltt Hhlp Yards, of marietta, O., will urrivo hero tho last of the week to Install the new cylinders that will bo put on the bont. Tho bout ut tho present tlmo Is a very powerful towbont, but with the new and larger cylinders will have much more power. wind-boun- Hickman Boiuii k Loan flss'n Vi you oruor your new spring suit from Strnuss Pros., Mnsor Tailors. Chicago, through E. It. Ellison, local deni- combination completely guarnneod If The books will close in the present series on Feb. 17, 1010, and if you wish to take stock see me, at my office, on or before that date. er. Tho deceased wns about 22 years old. He was n son ot J. 1I Pate, of Murpheysboro, Tenn., and has a brother name Jim Pate, also of this city. The latter left Hickman Sat- urday night to take churgo of tho remains. llotli of the Pato boys wero em ployed by tho Mengol Ilox Co., and had been In Hickman about four or five months. O Parties who owe the Hickman Furniture Co. accounts that ure duo will toriei at Brockton, Man., and show you ideasu call and settle at once. Wo how carefully W. L. Dougla thoei ara wish to close the old books at once. E. E. HEEVES, Mgr. made, you would realim why they hold their thape, fit better, wear longer, and ire of greater value than any other make. Felix M. Clack and daughter, Miss i'X II Tl o.v-K- m Hint W, I. DouyUt name aul ptUt U ttaiupeil mi ttia bottom. Tnk. Sjw HubsillMle. Hopper, of If juuc dralrr eauul III you with W.I.DoyUtio, Cluru, and Miss Mattlo write f uc M4 OtOct C'alalo. W.L.IXult, HiikUob, Uogota, Tenn., are the guests of T ron bajjc bt family this week, Mr, F Denton and Clack formerly resided near Hickman A- - S- but left about six years ago. LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES." I hava worn W, L. Douclaa thoet for th paat tlx year, and alwaya find thtr ara far superior to all oth.r high trad ho In style, comfort and durability." W. O. JONES. 110 Howard Ava.. Ullca. N. Y. If I could take you into my largo fac THE NOTICE TO PUtiLlC BARKETT On Tuesday ovenlng. of Inst weok. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Prather entertuln-eseveral friends at nn elegant five ourso dinner In celebration of their tenth anniversary. Tho guests wero Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Handle. Mr nnd Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ilnltzor. Mrs. McConuell. of Jor. dou and Itev. Qelgur. Tho price of hogs on the Chicago market Monday ranged from 'J 20 to $10. Tlie high price or hogsdur Ing tho past thirty days has caused tho breeders to unload, ami a scar ify of porkers Is the result This does not mean n scarcity of moat, but It does menu that tho meat trust win ran tho C. P. another hard Jolt In tho solar plexus. A Padlicnh tinner uavur Dim youngest prisoners ever arrested by r.iwooo jMeei. deputy t inted States Marshal, was Kddln Porklna in v, old. Tho lad was arrested ut Qulnn, Caldwell county, on tho churKo of taxing n letter rrom a rural letter O box, and appropriating tho contents, We sell tho best quality wall pa- He waived examliintlrm un per and at tho lowest prices, Puqua, ed under 100 bond for his appear- Helm & Co. nee in luuerai court next April. TOM DILLON, Sr., Secretary PILE8I PILESI 1 FOR SALE: We have some new and Iron Roofing, Locuit Posts, Brick, Pipe. Shovels, Forks, Uroomi and Cement that we will sell cheap. See us at Oil Mill. pun Otntr'iit, V'1 iifim VVlllluuia in.ii..n ,.ii.... i,l.,.ll.,. anil .hn,'""la . euro unuu, iut4,i.ii itcD1 It absorbs tho tumors, U) at onco, acu as a poul'ice, i stunt relief. William. "J Is prepared for tho private parts, eoiu u mall 60c and $1, Props., Clovolaud, Ohio. MIV wum' '' c M O Sonator Taylor lia' Prison Coiiiinlsslom, spend a half million on i of tliu penlti'iitlnrli scorns to bo an uuroii cr of publlo monoy money nn tt ' bill to Incn-as- tlK M ' Richmond & Bond Co. i'OU SAI.K; A fluu youtig luulu. Mrs. M. H. llotw.,' 3UtQ ' .. ' i h , do's Uck.-Cllut- on Save 1 on your -- S la IN A GENERAL WAY Read tho Courier. 18-1- Jc- - ' WE HAVE THE GOODS AND THEY ARE ALL Grocery Bil- lcoupon system Washington's birthday. Hot Drinks of all kinds at Cowgtll's Unite Store. Harvey Hogg, of Nashvlllo. town Monday. was In Tuesday Frank Dudley Feb. Thirsty? TIEO la whn' you need T. T. Swnyno was on tho sick list this week. Qlro 0. It. Moore a sharo of your What's becomo of the Elks' lodgn grocery business. It being hesrti for Hlckmnn? w Kred Casu spent days last Duy your cigars from Harris, at rd.r::d by . everyone. This Is week In I'mlucnli. several f t Hickman Drug Co. Ihe Increase in our uu. ,jent Ir.m H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. Charlie I'ayne, of Kill ton, was hero "hyf Decause It A. Dodds' Lumber Office. uxx. Monday on business. A- -d Clins. Holland, of Hlrkman rountv. TAItl'INE for coughs and colds hns purrhnsed J. It. llrown's grist 25c per bottle. Holm & Ellison. mill. YiU KCCP YOUR OWN ACCT. Ilov. Price, of Fulton, held service (lew. Wndo ami wife, of Moinnhls. OtiLY FOR WHAT YOU PAY hnvo been visiting H. 1.. Dodds nrnl nt the Episcopal church last night. CET family. 0. II. llnnd nnd wife will lenvo SunMAKES YOU MORE ECONOMIC811ns Murrell Is here from Chlcnco day for Memphis to spend several AL visiting his father and Hickman dnys. friends. CVES THE CASH CUSTOMER Don't forget tho Frank Dudley Co., MORE FOR HIS MONEY. Tlio Kmbroldery Club will bo en nt tho Lyric Friday nnd Saturday nights. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' tertained at the home of Mrs. W. II. Il.iltzer tomorrow. SALARY. WANTED: Smnll bottom farm, at Purity, accuracy and prompt servlo reasonable prlco. Address Hickman U8 TO SELL FOR ENABLES la the motto of our drug department. Courier. ttSS MONEY. Hickman Drug Co. Misses Ar.aleo Hay and Hcrah Dow-de- n TO BE mo BAD ACCOUNTS are visiting friends In Fulton TO PAYINQ CUS- CHARGED A little better than seems neces this week. TOMER sary" soda fountain sorvlce. Harris Telcphono your grocery order to Drug Co. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR QRO. nt Hickman No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. KOIt SALE: Wbltu Plymouth Itock BEST LINE eggs for sotting. Mr. A. K. McCon- - delivered. WE CARRY THE 32tfc. FRESH nell, Hickman. Routo 3. AND OF GROCERIES Cnrl Schmidt nnd wife spent tho MEATS IN HICKMAN. Edgar N'aylor and wlfo have return first of tlio week In Fulton, tho SAVES YOU 5 ed from a visit to Ho v. J. W. Waters guests of tho tatter's mother, Mrs. AGAIN AND Geo. Jones. and family In Greenfield, Tvnn. CENT SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. THE U. S. STANDARD RFST VULCAN chilled" Ma ni AlllA rLUWu 1 The Vulcan Plow Co., EVaNSVILLC, 1MB. TRY THE VULCAN PER Well Finished, Strong, Durable, Light Draft. TRY IT ONE MONTH Hickman Grocery Co., (Incorporated) The Hickman Furniture Co. han dles the best line, of Furniture In West Kentucky. Iet us show you. Tbo Friday evening services at tho Episcopal church will bo omitted on account of tho absence of Itov. Bulger. FOH KENT Five nlco rooms over Hickman Furniture Co. store: bath. and all conveniences. Apply at Hick' man Fur. Co. 34tfc Elliott county Is now said to bear the distinction of being Uio only coun ty In Kentucky without a single col ored man within her borders. Col. 8. U. Dodds nnd .Mai. W. II. llaltier each received new Studo- bakcr autoa last Thursday. Theso are handsomo cars, nnd climb the hills of Hickman with perfect case. H. N. Seat returned to 'Crutchfleld Sunday, nfter spending a few days In Hickman. A. 8. Dsrkett, of West Hickman, pays the highest market price for all kinds of furs. Misses Ijiura nnd Marine Drown are visiting Mrs. A. M. Shaw at State Lino this week. First-class- , WANTED: fresh milk cow. Must bo good. D. H. Toombs, 3Cp Uouto 3, Hickman. No better candy mado than Jacob's. I tell It all size packages. Harris, at Hickman Drug Co. Geo. Wndo and wife, of Memphis, are guests of S. L. Dodds and wlfo. They arrived Thursday. Rib Strengthened Mold, Full Chilled Shinpiece, Interlocked Point, Land and Standard. Point has Face Chill, Wide Edge Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented Extension and is the STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made. When buying- a Flow, Consider Quality First, Price Second. , - Oliver Steel Beam Plows $10.00 10.00 sizes,-Same Vulcan Steel Beam Plows Blounts' True Blue Plow, all Price as last year. 1 0-i- n. We want all tho local news. U Mrs. Hoy McKlnney returned to you cannot see a reporter, call No. her home In l'aducah, Sunday mornAT ing after a several weeks' stay here. 21 Cumberland or Homo phone. She has almost completely recover mn RAI.K- - A limisn on Trov & Parham's ed from the operation sho had hero a avenue, near College, recently occu few weeks ago. pied oy juugo w. a. isnyior. w. a. SGtfc Jerry L. Thrclkcld, who looked af Dodds. tatket leaves every ter the Commercial Appeal agency In Luko Oliver, nged 70, died Trtday afternoon Mrs. this city last year, was married one day last week to Miss Julia Sllcer, Friday nt tho homo of her Mr. Threlkeld's Ed Powers, near Fulton. Death was But Work Lowejt Prices of Kcnnet, Mo. due to pneumonia. homo Is at Woodland Mills, Tcnu. Tho Hickman Furniture Co. has In The houso by a largo majority tho most complete stock of passed the bill offered by Represen stock undertakers goods. Let us show you tative Southall, of Christian county, whon In need of anything In that which provides that colored trustees lino. o shall bo elected to have charge of colored county schools of tho state Aunt Ellen Lauderdale, ono of tho A. M. TYLER o under county board law. old Anto Helium negroes, and one of Attorney o at Law tin. nlilrat ntwl liont hnnnn necroes I 1010 will bo a year of very high In this community, died Saturday im now located at Padu- - o prices. Flour, Meal, llncon, Lard night. K but will continue to prac- - o and a few other things will bo too In the eourta of Fulton o high to use. However, If you should U. S. Elliott Informs us that lum county and will be In Hickman o uso any of these you will find ours ber for threo houses In tho Henry Ad 7 Ind and 4th Monday. o of tho very best quality and at prices dition Is now on tbo ground. This addition will do same building up o 6 per cent lower than elsewhero. Hickman Grocery Co. this year. Watch It, Miss Jessie Henry returned Sun Don't forget tho lllg Show next Tuosday night nt tho Lyric Theatre. day from St. Louis wheru sho had ' tirhfW HlMI This show Is always reliable, enjoy- been for two weeks studying mo new able and clean fun, comedy, bright spring styles, nnd took chargo of tuuslo nnd entirely now features mid Smith & Aniberg's dressmaking cs It Is seldom tabllshracnt this week. people each season. that Hickman peoplo see attractions and. Miu Guv Tiirker. sister of Robert llko Coburn's minstrels. Wool Ilnlifiw nf thin rltv. died at tho homo I Ttilow. n.. Certain Individuals of her mother, Mrs. 8udlo Dcbow. WARNING: aro canvassing tho town for work, mnr .Tnnlnn. Mnnilnv afternoon, death 1r AcplB.WIIdOlni.r, claiming to represent tho Hlckmnn resulting from a hemorrhage, of the d.Uri tUblitM " by " "iceMurylnltniHlllt" Job 8hop, Wo wish to Inform oure lungs. She is survivedgirl. her husro belter (of jouthmgMt band nnd n llttlo bnby friends that wo Bend out no . i nr kintt. Ktfrroiico, ny solicitors for work, and that it. Wilitfor onkly prlc Tho Str. Mengel Hox Company Just folk h rnnvnsHlnc tho city are not con leaving Gold Dust, Tenn., Friti. . nfter nected with this establishment. M. Sabol & day with tun barges of logs for tho Sons, KY. Manager. Elliott, rl k.tSt LOUISVILLE. plants here, broko her shaft and was Tim Ounrtutto sIiikIiir this season compelled to tlo up and await tho with Cntiurii's Qreater Minstrels Is arrival of tho Str. Enterprise which ono of tho best nnd strongest fea bus been chartered to do her work i vwwwm " new shaft Is being put on. company while ' TTTTff ture seen with thin popularmiss this Durlnc a tho tie-uof tho boat, now WlJw . . for several years. Don't "ni hot TRY! attraction If you lovo music. Dillon nnd larger cylinders will bo installed. Popham'a a ritx Imvn been fortunuio inueeii in I think nf that article iwiokiiiir this company for next Tues ""ASTHMA REMEn- vIn tho Courier last week about tho day night. I'rlces &u nnu iuc. pt and posltlvs ' future growth of Hickman, tho more relief In Tin. umwllnir of n few of tho do 1 am persuaded that your prognose-cato- r ' e. Bo d bv dnuFPi.i. Is right; almost before wo roniiimr hmiiriim mul rich promoters ti wai package by In know It, Hickman will bo a city. who hnvo boeu Instrumental need swindling thousands of poor people Hut ono thing tho town does right wvm rrgni. Cleveland nt iiixlr hard earnings to tho yet ubout four funoruls at the will hnvo noth.Wlllltlkllt III ri.m will hnvo u Kood effect places, then the town JL4AA say-et- h upon n lot of scoundrels who are ing to check Its growth." Thus mum-va good cltlzon, und It may also oo ready and wining to oOOOO o o o O O when they cun seo no dunger of be be truo. o ing puulshed. A wldo awake, rollicking ciijoyablu ...,,( coats only ono o Miss iJturn Mcanugh. of llernle, performance Coburn's Greuter MinJrea- r-r loss than 2 o Mo., who hus been visiting misses strels always return with better sing-ort(. wus cleaner fun. newer attractions k:.,rr .Weok- - Art. you a o Uura und Marino Ilrowu hero, route .ikv.,1 r,inturon thnn nil tho " I, 111,i ..mi... UIUIV cheap o i,i.w.,i rimniitiiv at Cairo, en Is nover n to her homo by Mr. Frunk Herron, others combined. Tbero arr0W- - Sub o uig siiuw d dull "uouos" of llernle, Mo., nnd wero uulotly mnr-rle- rri.l.. moment in U'lll Mav v ,,llr,inllnti lit till I.VrlO . re- - o HID Ulll.Mtuii ..... " to tho great surprise of their Tuesday night Thure nro lain not satisfied I I I o ...n.. fpiaiwltt noxt Mm ' Hurroti has often ..... "" ...U.I ...V..M. tit .... to a Is well lUiU'"IH jiu ntul itinru ttrotnntlmiti a visited hero and peoplo, known groom VI Mttittn but there Is no better advertisers, Tho ooOOO number of our Oo oO Is a merchant oi tneir uoiuu iuwu attraction in Miairouy. son-in-la- LAUNDRY Rose Clipper Steel Beam Plows 12.50 complete-hea- vy (OooooooooooO John Deere Stalk Cutters, Cutting quick - - - 27.50 25.00 Avery Stalk Cutters, complete, oooooooooooO FURS "t. house-to-hous- " "TTTf p These are CASH Prices io o ' s, 1 HICKMAN HDW. CO. A SAVED NEGRO HE HOST NIGHTLY LOST TEH-DOLL- SEEKS BILL A ROYAL SPENDER Uikw ui. m . . .. - HGossip of Washington Is Golnd On 1 National Capital. What nt (lio Cm " rogsrty bout a good old Irish hu en was about tn round Uin wmM 1 e. ,0f '1 J WANTED HANGED TCXAS SOLDIER OF FORTUNE DE FIED MOB THAT THREATENED LYNCHINQ. STRANGE STORY TOLD OF HAUNT ED CLUBHOUSE ON AN OLD RACETRACK. Columbus. Ind. in East Columbus, a suburb, there was once a race track nnd tho clubhouse, which was near the Oh My! Women Must Tell Their Age foreigners of tho real purpose of the CAREER IS LIKE A NOVEL "Pardon me, of tho United States would llko to know your ago." With, thnt remark (ho census enumerator will politely display his badgo nnd prepare to mnko an rntxy In tho official census papers. The question Is. will every woman In the United Stales when they start taking tho cennda April 15 disclose her real nunv ber or years, or will sho reply that It Is nono of the government's buslnessT Tho srortlng editors says tho betting .la about even. Wfllard E. Hotchklss, supervisor of tho First district of Illinois, which Include Chicago, was In Washington recently to confer with supervisors or other Inrge cities on this nnd other problems In taking tho census. Another question necessitating tact Is that regarding tho "head" of tho house. Tho man, of course. Is the ostensible bead of every household, but when It comes to making an official report to the govern- meat thero may be n difference of opinion. Supervisor Hotchklss said another . OI UIO niOSl impunuui iu.aill ma-cussed was that of fully acquainting! WASHINGTON. census, "A display of official 'papers and badges tends 'to frighten the foreigners," said Mr. Hotchklss. "They fear It has something to do with deporting them or forcing them to glvo up money, nnd their Instant refugo Is to glvo untruthful replies to the questions put by tho enumerators. "To guard ngnlnst this wo decided to try to educate tho foreigners beforehand so that when tho enumerator calls they will know Just what to expect Wo arc educating them through their children In tho schools, through tho churches, tho foreign newspapers nnd settlements nnd societies In various parts of tho country. "A carelessly taken consus shows a sranller population than a carefully taken onp. An enumerator often finds peOplo In his district nro not nt home, and Instead of returning there later he passes them up entirely. "It Is difficult for an enumerator to sit-i'his own room nnd fill out blanks This Is so selfrom his Imagination. dom dono that wo nro not worrying nbout It. it takes longer to do that In a manner which would Icnvo no chance for detection than to hustle outdoors nnd gather real names at four cents tho name." Mr. Hotchklss declared that ono of tho chief difficulties he had to face was that of getting tho names of tho permanent hotel population and that of tho lodging house, where "tramps" and unemployed men confuse the Reece Fowler, Who Has Qslntd Faroe In Nicaragua, Known for His Bravery and During Deeds In Lone Star State. San Antonio. Tex. Qodfrcy Reese Fowler, who has Just attained much famo In tho revolutionary arm of Nlc nragua at tho head of the Estrada forces. Is well known In San Autonlo About three years ago ho came tt San Antonio quietly and tried to en list a number of former Philippine vet track, still stands. Until rrrr-nlltho clllbhOUSO WSS 00-cupled by a family, but now St Is vacant and somo of the people who llvo In the neighborhood beltevo thnt It Is haunted. Ther riiv that nlthouch tho windows may bo bolted tight at night, tho same windows will ho round open the noxt morning, with all the doors locked. Strnnse nulscs are heard In the houso nt nil times of the ulght, nnd It Is said that n light Is seen moving v 1 3EsH Uncle (to Marjorte, who has mar ried a millionaire) I really think rou'd bo happier If you had married man who had less monoy. Marjorte Ho will havo less after a tew years with mo. Young America. s r... n In her fond vision ,h, sorts of terrible eSS? ' but sho held her pcacVun i' started for the Journ v Rn to cry. A nmhw 19 sole her, but to no aval 1 "I'm afraid he I th get back." said "He's got tho world nil rlshtTA-Iget back?" Indians- -- ,. " ' " "er ho was 'g hn't H BH mar IDaaL. I l ernns for servlco In a Central American revolution which was planned. To somo he offered commissions and to others ho offered places In the ranks at attractive salaries. Ho secured five men here. They went to Central America, but tho revolution failed to develop and he returned to mm iii Tho H.'s lived In the country, kept hlrkens and lived the slmplo life. Ono of their dally diversions was to It on the front veranda nnd watch the sunset nnd Roberta, aged four, sat ind watched with them, but It was a rather tedious as well ns solemn occa-ilo- n for her and ono day, after watch- as In silence for quite a while, an y explanation of the whole thing dawned upon her and with tho Jellghted enthusiasm of a discoverer ho exclaimed: "Oh, mamma, I know now why It takes the sun so long to cL It has to hatch out so many little tars!" lxs Angeles Times. stid-lenl- naniMM hunk bocn J.lnpK Trtin . n . '' Lsw, T ' rtn Int nd rotation th.i good to the br. '""! Jtwf? t, Cheating the Man on Khore t.i you arrested whm a fr n . ss i "Te-- hol I coinmwing suicide uuuumiik Hrin slnt coattj (Slozi 0u, i.hc Try HleV.' c.pu Wh.th.r HMdeehs from CoWt, Texns, Mr. Kowler enlisted In tho Thirty third Infantry nt San Antonio, where it was being organized by Col. Luther R. Hare, and during that time he rnado many friends. In outward appearance ho gives no cvldcnco of being a man loving daring adventuro nnd seems to (It perfectly Into tho place of court reporter His history has been ono of ro mance. Even before tho outbreak of tbo Spnnsh-Amcrlcnwar he had a reputation In tho Texas rollltla. An Incident which occurred whllo bo was commanding n company which was sent to prottct n negro from mob g n ant to Tho girl who says she wouldn't mar end le ry tho best man living will probably After a nun hai bwn marrtrduj Ivo to havo the satisfaction of know jenrs ms Dump or ncpt Ucoofi ing she dldn u urni CASTOR For Infants and ChlldrtH. The Kind Back at Midnight to Search r Bill. for the from room to room. A few nights ago party of venturesomo young men first Inspected the house., and saw that all windows were tightly locked. They hid In a neighboring shed to watch, but saw nothing after a wait of several hours, nnd then decided to Comes Ten-Dqlls- You Senator Dick's Experience in, a Bank I - w. Ki, "TO was missing that caused tho concern; It was the fact that that ono error might lead (o others, which wouldn't be discovered possibly for a week. Then the confusion would havo been nlniost endless." ' A treasury official wns at n function tho other night and was presented to a charming young woman. As soon as she learned ho wns In tho treasury - 'that was a young fellow," says In If Senator Dick, "I worked when,a department, she said: bank. One day a Saturday, "I want to complain to you about for some- reason or other, I was an- slous to get away early It was found that Inquisition over there." "What Inquisition V tho cash was 25 cents short. Wo workc for, an;hour trying to find that "The examination of baggage at the 'raonqy. My itlrao was growing short- - port of Net- -' York" Y: er every minute. "But I'm not In chargo of tho cus"At length I dug down Into my pock-re- t toms." Made no difference to tho young and pulled out a quarter. 'Here,' I tossed the money down on woman. Sho forced the official to lisaid, and I had tho counters I dldnt seo why that ten to her dory. Shelot of como over ribbon In twooldn't settlo things. Dut my em- from Europe with a ployer was very strict. 'Young man,' her trunk. An Inspector ordered tho , Jio said, 'take that monoy back. We trunk opened. Ha asked her .what sho , trill find that quarter If It takes all was going to do with tho ribbon. Sho told tho truth, though sho was a good filght. "Well, we worked till midnight. deal embarrassed. Why," said the official, "he only ,jThcn the banker told us to como back Ttho next day Sunday. Wo did, and It w&Ktcd to know If you were going to (Vas soon before we found the error. sell tho ribbon or use It yourself. You Of course, I've since learned that It need havo given htm no moio lnforma wasn't merely tho fact that a quartor tion than that." 'SCnjllEX I ' violence shows admirably the make- up of the man. He was at that tlmo the commander of a company at Palestine. Ho was ordered to Henderson to protect n negro from mob violence. The negro was found thero nnd rushed to tho penitentiary to avoid a mob whleh was coming down from Iongrlew. All east Texas was In a fever heat After a day spent at Rusk tho troops carried the negro to Nacogdoches When that town was reached the company marched Into a mob of 6,000 en raged citizens. Fowler was not excited. He placed tho negro In tho center of the com pany and began tho march to the Jail. Tho citizens surrounded tho company and hooted and Jeered nnd threatened to tako tho negro away. Fixed bay onets was all that kept them back. When Fowler reached tho Jail steps and bad the negro safely on the In side ho turned to tho mob nnd said: 'You men enn nil go to h 1. I'd like to seo this nljger hung as much AlCOJlOL-- AVf ttobk Preparation for similating die rood and Retf ute-li- J nV 3 lomachj and Dowels rf As- 3 PER CENT Always h Bought Bears the Signature go home. Qno of them suggested a clorer In pectlon of tho building before they left the scene, nnd when they approached the houio they found that every window wan unlocked nnd wide open. Tho boys fled for home. Attorney Roy W. Emlg of this city. who was reading clerk In the senate at tho last session of (ho Indiana leg Islature, used to llvo In the clubhouse. and he Intimates that thero Is somo Promotes DtgcsliorvChccrful-nand RM Contains neither Omum. Morphine nor Mineral X. m Xt a r Wimk - ftm XtrM S foundation for tho ghost stories. Emlg says several years ago one of tho rooms In tho building was used as a barroom and that gambling wns frequent Ono night, according to the story, a drunken brawl broke out during a blcronyroous game nnd a man was shot Just as ho was putting a ten dollar bill on the deuco. According to Ernie's story, tho ghost of that man comes back to tho club house every night at midnight to bill, which search for tho was dropped tho night ho was shot r A ncrftcl Remedy forConiHpa- tion . Sour Stonuch.Dlarrhdfa, Vorms.Corrvulsions.rmrisn-ncs- s nnd OF Sleep. Loss Te Simile Sifinstur of Tim CeTAUn Commvyv. I' Vjr For hi Ove Thirty Year NOV YORK. inncTnai T Pictures of I. , TIT Ex-Speak- ers Like Chromos whom they represent look as though they had been boiled In oil whllo o 'for those, same portrait. pained a'nd Injured Is tho expression on the faces of most of them. In tho latter class aro Speaker need and Speaker Crisp. Speaker Reed, when gazing upon tho canvas that represents him ono day, turned to a friend nnd said: "Sa ay, I don't wonder the Democrats' hate mtf It I look llko that to them." Tho picture of Charles S. Crisp Is a smug, fat looking customer ns little llko the clear-eyegenial-faced- , Speaker Crisp as anything could well bo Imagined, Representative Parsons of Now York has Introduced a bill asking for an appropriation of 18,500 to purchase 17 oil paintings to replaco as many chromos of the dead and gono speak.- era. Whllo most of the pictures In question cost about J50, thero Is not the slightest doubt that a great many of them might have been purchased with 11.49 worth of trading stamps. If Representative Parsons wanU to do tho right thing, he will have appropriated about 117.000. And thon he will probably get about 17 good por traits, and he lsn t going to got them very much under that. qlt-Uh- g and killed. Guaranteed under the Food Exact Copy of Wrsppec. mt. . mtmn-- tn BARTENDER AS AN AUTOCRAT In the Philippines the Drink Is s Personage of dome Mixer -- I Jurists and warriors speck tho walls around what was onco tho old house painted of reprcsentntlvea.-th- e In tho lobby back of tho house of representatives nrouses tho risibilities of every lover of real art who passes through. Thnt gallery of equal Is now up for attack. Slanging upon the walls are rows -and rows of pictures of former spea ers of tho houso of representatives, That Is, they are called pictures. ' Many of them are flamboyant things In colored crayons, that would make a kindergarten kid weep to gazo upon them. A lot more of them are dono In fclack crayon, and they aro certainly the limit. A few of Jbo- latter ones are done In oils, and tho poor speakers nor-ror- il the marblo and bronro and plaster effigies of dead and gono statesmen, EXT to the Hall of Horrors, where In tho olden days, the city of tho Don, every merchant In the Islands wns at times his own money maker If he was short of cash to meet a pressing demand, he simply sent his mm Why? thsn wall ppr-J- ot ssssr r "chit" (an The Citizens Hooted and Jeertd. V r States than tho negro. We want tho United States to live up to tho treaty of 1823, which guaranteed that tho Indians should be wards of tho government and be taken care of as long as grass grows, water runs or the sun shines, moaning forever. The goreminent Is not living up to that treaty with the Oklahoma Indians." . Mr. Harjo hits Indian education as fJUPAUIA Harjo, who la the repre-'Vnt&tlvo lu Washington of the It now stands somo hard knocks. He four trlbos of Indians In Oklahoma, Is says: "Tho education of the Indian fa Washington trying to Induce con- Is a farco. Schools accomplish noth gress t,otnko some action to protect Ing. All we ask Is our rights under 1823." tba Chickasaws,' Chcrokeeo, Creek tho treaty of being an Indian and, like Mr. Harjo snd Choctaw Indians In Oklahoma TroJ the- tperatlon of Oklahoma laws, all the other "wards of tho govern whtnh maktt the Indians citizens of njent." dead sure of clothes and food whllo tho the Mr. HnrJo tBUtat. not want todeclares that his j government,Indians aro wards of that much profers for bo citizens. Ho people .dp says they want to contlnuo to bo ! condition of things to stand, It is a heap easier to draw annuities wards pf tho government. Ho says: government to lvu uppn than "TUfl red man la npt fitted for cltl-- ' from tho eashlp This government takes far, it Is to got out and hustle, and that of of mare euro to guard tho rights 1,10 the has been ono wv tho chief faults of the ,noso or ,n i"U'n la tun cuun II doe raBenl ol gTO than Surely ice muisus uaye an u - Citizens Indians Don't Want to Be claim the united not much. If inoro, on as you would, but you fellers aro not going to hang him." Although tho mob was Infuriated to a high pitch and .nlthough Fowlers tone and words were not caicmaieu to pour oil on troubled waters, tho men stood thero quietly, although armed with shotguns and pistols, nnd Thq negro after a tlma dispersed. was hnnged tho next afternoon, but It was only after ho wus tried at a spe cial term of tho district court con vened by tho district Judgo and legal ly convicted. Fowler Is only 33 years old. Ho holds n commission us major on Gov, Campbell's staff. At tho outbreak of war be was cap the tain and quartermaster In tho Texas rollltla. When tho 8cond Texas In fantry was mustered In he was as luned to command a comnany and served In Cuba under Col. Ii. M. 'Op-punhelmer. After tho Spanish-Ame- r ican war bo went to the Philippines vol as a captain lu tbo Thirty-thirunteer regiment commanded by Col Luther It. Haro. For bravery In action In capturing tho pueblo of . Vlgan. . In tho Phlllpptaoff .i . . rr. .. . no was uruvuiuu i majur. nu wn Munton; occasions for itioned oirmure than bravery on the Held of action. Ho also distinguished ulmsvlfj In tho Philippines for his dqfenso nt a pueblo culled Sail Antunlo, lltneld 'his three, days against an pverwhejiu g force of until ' ;.. ntsi ami' Spanish-Americad "goo-goos" fe-c- called In Spanish a vale, which was nothing mora nor less than n penciled I. O, V., to his neighbor for any sum from ono peso up Into tho thousands. much to our discredit However, Americans as a rulo so much abused tho "chit" system that this crudo form of currency Is now rarely accepted excepting nt bars nnd rostaurants. Re ferring to barrooms, ono naturally recalls the American bartender as ho Is In tho Islands. Thero bo Is very much an autocrat; nnd, llko tho Span lard, ho will not wet or soil his Jew eled hands. An unsavory calling hero at homo. It Is a dignified ono In Mn nils. Thero the barkeeper sits In front of tho bar bedecked usually In spotless white from head to foot, with a diamond or two of nwkward size glittering nbovo his cravnL Most of bis tlmo Is spent hobnobbing with the customers, especially with tho mon eyed ones. Ho takes a drink every time nnyono lso docs, not forgetting to order a round on tho houso perl odlcally. Ho Is a sort of walking floor manager, a Jovial host, nnd an alt round good fellow. Numerous Fill plno boys, working behind the l;ar and nt tho tables, do his overy com mand.i-Monr- oo Woollcy In tbo Hook' keeper. American expression) noi mix ti - ' r i rsaw sssr i sp BcCaUSC rJf tvl V L.fK!jln-VlKnln.ra- off. AUbultn r ir I AJblla Nam. P.O. County.,. 'Because ub-- Ax not. Is s powd.r md. from pur. r.tlT. elT.ty shade, that ensbfo you, st wnsll cot. to yls ss mo nnaomo city nuu. nt. mix It with cold wUr Md ppl lot ot work. UwbU sod Bwnr. rri c.Mu.mrWall AAtfJ uuiu ,t . CbatinC w iuVsar w U- -- l,.llortJefn".,'l wsUi In W . iIIHliiiira " .. C?;!'-r--t Qfl", CU.,,, ' wUlrur TOU' J uur iu""'.".-L,tknuwalls of juur hotn. W. wilt -n- i ."'Zharol", Qroad Upld. SlUh. At no ro.t to mo, ' ! k AUUitln. Look sad UU d.roa rtiVli-Uft- f 'k1'' ,,bJ nip JUM To (ft non growsomo physiological phenome llurgornc, Is roportcd from France, Mine. Canzlor, tho wife of the cuptalu of the flro hr'smle, wns seized With giddiness and fell under tho wheels of an englmi which wus enter Ing Hurgerac atattou. Her body was cut In two. An otllclul was carrying tho upper half of tho' body Into ono j! the station rooms when to his hor ror he noticed that tho. dead woninn'i typfl rollod u their sockets nod thnt he hair stiffened nd stood jn ei o a height of about eight Inches. A Manifestation After Death. Alabastuio.ConiPy 7H3tirm" . CmnJ lUl'"".4"'" Stan, J CURESStTs 200 BOX DP-i-rr-- o tJ". .UER COMPWI EA3- YSUBET0 luert Ylf!i . TH.rl pill3 rpn M. tiwts Mcoieic. Iti USE IT IN Hints For Hostess r 1 ADVERTISING Si tj hJf"'3 no TIMELY SUGGESTIONS for Those Planning Seasonable Entertainments I' rthdny rom .11 to be " .. .... h ..Minn n IITj I, I" : ,he to0,c,, who e re- mil- - Bomcthlng to their mind In tho fol lowing. To Wmlilnston an.1 Mi llttls ax A (oml we now drtnnml; Ho ItV ndmlro wlm trlU Hi truth with a diurp ax In lili haml. To lh rtwmery of Oeor Waililtutoo the clilldtrH futhrr of millions. to the errat Aniftlran IVouil blnl of frwxJotn all hull! That nobwly ran Invdxlo Or put Kit on hl beautiful toll. 'vfitho Lena Schmidt of Dudley, Tex., for tuberculosis In 1909 wero made public resources, apWrites a Letter About Carda! propriations made for 1910 Indicate Having Helped Her. thnt over 7C per cent, of tho money to be spent this year will bo from fedDudley, Tex. ''Von may uso this eral, stale, city and county funds. In letter In your ndvortlslng, If you like,'' 1909, out or tho J8,180,C21.S0 spent for writes Mrrt. Lena Schmidt of, this tho prevention and treatment of tuberculosis, was spent H.3C2.7C0.03 place. from public money, and $3,817,871.47 "A few years ago, I suffered every from 'funds voluntarily contributed month, I was relieved right away. For tho carrying on of state, federal "Cardul has surely done mo a sight and municipal tuberculosis work In of good, It brought mo back ray 1910, over J9.000.000 has been appro n health. I nm now strong and well, priated. Of this sum, tho state have granted $1,100,000, the and feel better than In years, and am CI. 6 legts-l.itiiro- that People Reallte the Danger. nn indication of tho force or tbo cruaado against tuberculosis, the National Association for tho Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, In a bulletin Issued recently points to the fact as wnllcj percent, Side lOtHHeae fair-minded i 'a ,1 al doing1 all my housework." municipal Bbe f . . . , - " r is RMti. ,j Wltn coionini brlns th0 oWr,t Ilrrf'a TO Tim AMICItlCAN RAOt.H. Kg. eT (1 i I, la thrsr r. . . r. r r ' .rine the transform- Kit dame, with tbclr 'V,, " l,plli. """" . . .... ..i r . Tnm. Ihnv rlcld ol womrn'e Irnn, breathe th coun .'.s ,htAc cherries, and the try firmly united, iteedfiuitnriui of R lnr ol and y6ur etar Lftarii ar- hatcheta bought br a union that la waldnl together by tin mlihty hand of an AlmlRhiy Clod. iiadami: Micma l tiata In buff and Bidrtf Ffircn aimona pnaio mm 4 ' T ft puuna, oui mrro nra -c to the pound, to m, ...... ' r in much after all. u ea atslra with nil tho gazi c? a Christmas Rift, the !!cu sno nns wniercu m ij..' . , ' a very end In view. tru h..r are tlnr rhcrrr lout , . . nothlnc bnt our country. Tho Union-north, no iouth. no rait, no writ, but one and Indlvlilbtr. Our NMIrt Ijirid-M- ay It cvr contlnut the abode of freedom and the hlrtliptaci of hero. No flt, John' ami thn Hnblne or liowcvrr oth erwlKj boumlcil nJ Utirtlbfil, bii.I l thi meaaurnirnt more or Inn; mill out country, to U rhtrlihrd In all our hrarti ami to bo tWendis! by all our handa. Our country, our whole country, ni Our otm couNTiir. rountry-WliHIitr bounilnt by tin Tin: ONiTnn htatks klao. itrlp! of red throb with the lift blood of thouiandi. your ttltei of whIU your with the Tour lh blue drug stores. , Cardul acts specifically on the worn anly organs, preventing unneccasary pain and, building up womanly strength. Try It for your troubles. It will certainly help you. Kvory woman needs a tonic, to take whon she feels blue, miserable, sick, weak, under tho weather. Tho tonic to tako at such a time Is Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardul In aleo a medicine. For pain and discomfort, duo to female ailments, no mcdlclno Is so good as Cardul. Tho main Ingredients of Cardul nro Imported direct from Europe, especial ly for this ono woman's mcdlclno and tonic, and aro not for sale at ordinary nnd county bodies, S3.97S.-50and tbo federal government, An Exploded 000,000. in mental suggestion?" "Not n thing." "Don't you think It is possible It ono person keeps his mind' steadily fixed on a ccrtnln thing which ho wishes another to do thnt tbo other will bo Influenced so that he will eventually do It?" "No, 1 don't believe In tho theory nt all. I've been wishing for a week that you'd pay mo what you otto roo without making It necessary for mo to nsk you for It." Sunday Magazlno of tho Cleveland Leader, "Do you bellevo thero Is anything Theory. Deafness Cannot Dc Cured br lonl cannot rracn the application, aa portion of tba ear. Tbtra la only ooa war to rurc drafoM. and that la br cooatltutlonal rtmrdk. DrafMM la rauard br an In Darned condition ol tba nuroua llnlci ol the Kuatachuui Tube. When thla tub la Inflamed rou bare a rumbllnc aound or Imperfect hearmc, and ben It la entlrtir cloard. Deal-ne- n la the rrfult, and unkaa trie Inflammation ran b taken out and thla tube rntored to na bonnal condition, heartnc iu be dntrorrd tower; nine eaara out ot ten am canned br Catarrh, which la nothing but an Inflamed rendition of the mcroua aurfacea. "111 tlrt One Hundred Dollar tor any cue ot Wa Deameat (eauaed br catarrh) that cannot be cured tree. br Italia caurrb Cure, nend for circular,Toledo, I. J. CIlCNIir CO- Pold t Drucrhta. llr. Tail Italia I'amur I'Ua for conatlpatloa. "he knewher tr I, if rttat 1M 'e In (l Uni I Jf ) . It't quaint pclcrlno and muff waa of & tcrent one for each white fox, with ono large pink velvet cestui from plctUrca roiq on each place and allk corda and a"l rcade U Several tnneli. io2 cf Washington. , ni4e 'ron pott carda and all A novel trimming la made of two It r:t and raatfd on tho wood bjr banda of black velvet ribbon fagoted In the neiRMioriiood together with a gold braid lJxtst under the bbt.rt:;i! r.anj a pennr br open ttltchcrr. f r toitrtiei at about half Copper la one of tho moat popular lp!ctf th asopa; ana men, too, tonca of tho ecnton, but It la of n the adranlaxa or cuooime t ahade, not tho brown or yellow t isb!t for the puztle, io can one of former yenra. oct :r dedrrd acheme. j Kavorlto ahopplng baga or tho day i tail crlio li to be a cherry aru na big aa ever, but they aro flat -- i rtal car and the conaolatlon and nra carried under the nrra with i It ta b a framed picture of tho atrapa over tho wrliL i ttt:a rather a aurnrlto for Trnn parent acarf coals of tulle or Ltte1-- : c'U ber puiile together chiffon will be general fnvorltea In alliance with cvcnlnR or afternoon toilettes. ItmiIi for the Twanty-SteonThere la every reaaon to believe nt ib? hio uked for "toaata" that the coat wlih belt and deep pop-lui will be used again, atneo coata arproprlate for woah tVtta-s'dlnncra will flud nro dccreaaliic In length. 1 it ,o 3 aercrai courses, me I anion, uio luucr a "d the rhlna la to braaa sticks 'IfsIIfflKOM. A a tre lo B" f"1' lt max-Lpjil- red-dli- h She It's three o'clock, I'm going to my dressmaker. I shan't be mora than a quarter of nn hour. He All right; don't forget wo are dining out at eight o'clock. RAW "ECZEMA ON HANDS "I had eczema on ay hands for ten years. I had thrco good doctors but none of them did any good. I then used ono box of Cutlcura Ointment And thrco bottles of Cutlcura Resolvent and was completely cured. My hands wero raw nil over, lnsldo and out, and tho ccxema was spreading all over my body and limbs. Ilcforo I had used one bottle, together with tho Cutlcura Ointment, ray sores wore nearly healed over, and by tho time I had used tho third bottle, I was entirely well To any ono who has any skin o or blood dlscaso I would honestly them to fool with nothing else, but to get Cutlcura and got well. My bands havo nover given mo tbo least bit of troublo up to now. "My daughter's hands this summer became perfectly raw with eczema. Sho could get nothing that would do them any good until sho tried Cutlcura. Sho used Cutlcura Itesolvcnt and Cutlcura Ointment and ln two weeks they were entirely cured. I havo used Cutlcura for other members of my family and It always proved successful. Mrs. M. E. Falln, Spcers Perry, Va., Oct. 19. 1909." ad-vls- For Shame, Mr. Staagers. "Our splendid cook left and 1 bad to take her place," said Mrs. Staggers. "I hope I shall bo successful In Imitating her." "I certainly hopo you will be successful In following in her footsteps," suggestively remarked old man Staggers as bo chewed on a potato. crlsp-holled ultra-elaborat- e Free to Our Readers. Eye Itemedy Co., ChlcA-R(or llluatrated Kye Hook Free. Write all about Your Kye Trouble anil tlicy will advlae a to the Troper Application of the Murine ltyo Itemedlca In Your Special Caae. Your DruKKltt will tell you that Murine Hcllevcs Sore Eyci, Rtrenirthen Wcnk Eye. Docnn't Smart. Hoothcn Kye Pain, and sell for U)c. Try It In Your Kye nnd In llaby'a Ky (or Scaly Eyelids and Qranulatlon. 'Writ Murine o, If you had positive proof that a certain remedy for female ills had made many remarkable cures, would yo. not feel like trying it ? If during the last thirty years we have not succeeded inv woman that Lydfa E, Pink-haconvincing every Compound has cured thousands and thouVegetable sands of women of the ills peculiar to their sex, then for an opportunity to do so by direct correspondence.. Meanwhile read the following letters which we guarantee: to be genuine and truthful. llndson. Ohio." I suffered for a lonp; tlmo from a weanie Inflammation, dreadful pains each month and suppression. JL lind been doctorintr and rccclvlnir only temporary relief, tvacn V frlcnd advised mo to tako Lydia 13. 1'lnkliam's Vegetable Oocaw jiuuuu. I did so. and wrote to you for advice. I havo faithfully followed your directions and now, after taking only five bottle ociiovo x ol tno vcgctauiouompounu, iiavo every reason totestimonial-Sirs- . a well woman.Carmoclno, f tilli permission to uso D. No. 7 I rIvo you Hudson, Ohio. It. F. my Lena St. Reels Falls. N. Y. "Two years airo I mi ' so bad thnt I had to tako to my bed every mantis, .Wlti.l . T and It would last from two to thrco weeks. I wroto to you foradvlcoand took Lydia E.Platlt-lmra- 's Vctretablo Compound ln dry form. I aa. nappy to cay mat x am cured, tuanns to your mcdlclno and pood advice. You may uso for tho Rood of others." Mrs J St. Itcgis Falls, N. Y. There is absolutely no doubt about the ability of this grand old remedy, made from:' Itne roots and herbs ot our helds, to cure ILL. female diseases. We possess volumes of proof of this fact,, enough to convince the most skeptical. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcpctablo Compound has been the standard remedy for female Ills. No sick woman does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Mode exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Plnkham invites all sick women to wrlt her for advice. Shn linn guided thousands to health free of charge. Auaress jars, rmiinam, iiynn, maoa. m's vne-lon- g S rny-Ictter In Bad Shape. CardcdsTe 'Decoration Tho Missus Jim, you've been drink-in- g again! Tho MUter Mabel, ra Atar, I cannot tell a He I The Missus Goodness! Then you must be worso than 1 thought. Go to bed in the other room. 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Tlx en-ul-n tablet atamped C C C Goaraatoed ta for lovot" , I? ?"eB,"t Irf rardcaae can 11 n.i t I" i -- r y ma bo n part "Ml,jr nllct handbag or "jnu in an iib giory. It your choice, thero nro . uvcorating tho bought - vi uj even mnKing your M be IBMeillnn. t..?ajr bo truiltu1 ln lwo waya. iraceu on from tho draw. L . u U"u in tie loV.i. .V. 1 Ulue ' carbon PaPr I0hcr. which "u"n uy nana tbo open t u lnro"8h IMC? ?ro L,acl t..M . . draw. m ''tcncl, dyo Wfcather work o aharp knlfo n"? ,or 'hrown out tho do. ,nrown ,nt0 rcII' tulw rout ik. fcl0r0,.wl,,ch depend. ""r onu your good ' tre t, ... . wncn . " Mr A "iiiviaeu 1 t i trav . "S I1I Ntai. 'our eardcaao bo CS".1 lo losu.".. . look very woll for leavoa ",r form, ook J or dark grcca tints aro always harmonising. Fow men put oft until tomorrow In linen, of course, tho rango of col- tho meanness they can do Is advised that the ors Is wider; and It Mr. AVlnilon'i Soothing Byron. llnon bo selocted to match a gown forebUJten teribliv. turivnilb itum, mlucraln. and tho color to giro just tho touch SAUuimUuiLA)Ujila.cureivln4cuU. JMitboUl. 'Ilio laco that llflits up in conversathat will keep It In harmony with the It's a pity that wisdom doesn't grow tion Is not necessarily lantern-Jawed- . costumo. Tho stencil dyea used are on a man 'ike whiskers. proof ngalust fading If a wblto soap 1MI.K. ft'ItlCI) IN O TO 1 DATS. r la VAT.0 OlM'MKNri.nunraiilrf t to rare ant rM IVU'". unll. nr. and lukownrm water bo used. HjujcU. in 11r11.ua, niinii nirrain ur rnnruUIBi I'll.. a r form color tv. .i eanJr, -rrtfuUU and In tho next UfaraailUiaala- luuutsrla. (wltlaruruiuB7 refuuJcd. law. Ideas limy bo carried out. Tho brilaro responsible for The nverngo man Is always paid Pompadours liant bluca aro very effectivo under or many a blRh brow, average wagci on gray. In the "bittersweet" design a dark reddish yellow ran bo used for ths centers, and tho three leaves you will inako of yellow In n lighter ahado. This Is easily done with dyes, but if your cardcaso Is to bo treated to the why, on orange lining " may bo used and tho centers touched Hocouuo 01 tnoao uniy. Bfiniy, gray hair. Uao "Lh CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. up with water color aftenvard. round-flowe- "Yes." Pi "Did sho Just fade away and die lcathor. The samo directions hold ni because somo man deserted her?" "No; sho Just took In washing and lit tho provloUB auggestlons. to death becnuso the In nil theso doalgna tho maker must worked herself man sho loved married her." nim nt harmony. Thero must bo na obtruHlve, striking color, but the decTO CITItK A COLO IN ONK DAY ixativn nitouo OuidIco K.W, oration must bo n part of a lovely Iiniciluindnd luiiner If It fll l.i cor.Tablnt. wholo, and this completed wholo must UUOVi(11iiinaturluaMcatui. He. bo In keeping with the occasion and Young mnn, don't marry a parlor orgown of tho wearor. nament unless you can afford to hlro a Pur tho short tlmo necessary to cook. niako or decornto one of theso tho results nro wonderfully sat- mir..S YOUMtRn4AN IIOAllSRucra-r- . Whrn Ot. Kftiln. bn jou'-fi- n ou'raootif bin isfactory. hkin-- J dMtMla woUl, Uki AVni't Jul. If It bo brown, tbo greens or golden nm. r. card-case- NjUbjUdruiisli-sS,Won4lliilJUtU- Do you (eel oil tired out? Do you sometimes think VOU lust can't work amv at vnur nrnfea. Son or trade any longer? Do you bave a poor apc- tiic, nnu lay awaitc at nictita unable to sleep r Aro your nerves all gone, and your stomach too ? lies ambition to forgo ahead in the world left you? If so, you might as well put a stop to your miicry. You can do It if you will. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery will make you a different individual. It will set your lszy liver It will set things right in your stomach, anil to work. your appetite will como back. It will purify your blood. ' If there is any tendency in Your family toward coniumnlion. it wilt keep that dread destroyer away. Even alter consumption has almost foincd a foothold in the form of a llngerinf cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a cure in 98 per cent, of all case. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of buffalo, N. Y., whose odrtct it gletn frr to all who with to write him. His great sueeess has come from his wide experience and varied practice. Don't be wheedled by a penny. grabbing dealer into taking inferior ubtl-tutfor Dr. l'ierco's medicine, recommended to bo "just at good." Dr. Tierce's medicines aro op known courosiriON. Their every ingredient printed oa their wrapper. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain do habit forming drug!. World' Ditpcntary Medical Atsoclation, Buffalo, N. Y. es JP Do You Feel This Way? Do Good. Never ClckenJ Weaken or Otipa... SSsV Get 1910 Cotton Catakajsa. Seed Sellers In S. Atlaattc Cow Peas Soy ilranj, Velv1 Ueant. Millcls. Chufas, Pea Nuts. Etc. Get Joto Seed Csialogua. N L. W1LL.TTT SEIJD COMPANY AuRusta. Ga in America. Largest S COTTON SEED Stales. I Uultattfor prtDtlnf In Dewapay etaUoaerji rabUaharaof tblaptf la a nnm..-- r ....... i witTtai am.rirt rtioi. uma aoea, aaa. ..j tf?1Up. HALFTONES rtr'i inirar-iti,t- lUTl.-oru- "cut-direct,- PRICE, SI.OO, retail. EQUIVALENT. Not Coughing Today? Yet you may cough tomorrow! Better be prepared for it when it comes. Ask your doctor about Keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainly He knows. set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. in this cough medicine. JAutTCo., Lowell. No alcohol a B VMS- rtfiri p ' c ff rn vim Clrrf m S . Vhnt the harvest shall bo will pe ml mainly on what wo sow. do- A happy homo Is within tho reach of every family If they only chooso to mnko It so. Two "Big Stores Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness In horses. Is due to neglect. See that your horse Is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness. It's wonderfully penetrating rocs relieves the right to the spot Umbers up the joints sorenevs and makes the muscles clastic and pliant iW Kobust health li a great safeguard agaiiut attacks of throat and lun troubles, but constipation will destroy the best of health. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills-- SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. On Monday, Mnrch 14, 1910, It being tho first dny of Iho April term of the April term .of tho Fulton County Court, nt tho Court Houso door, In Ilicknian, Ky., I willsell to tho high-obidder for cash, for taxes duo tho State and County of Fulton and cost of sato for year 1909, tho following described real estate assessed In tho names of tho following:" st land, valuo $100, Tux and Cost, $2.05, Henry Vincent, 60 acres land, valuo $2..o. Tax and Cost $5.90. Mrs. Sallle Williams, 22 H acres land, valuo $260, Tax and Cost, $6.70. Mary Jane Wilson, 1 town lot, val uo $700, Tax nnd cost, $10.65. Hickman Precinct (Colored.) Oua Bass Heirs, J. R. Brown, ngt., town lot, value $50, Tax nnd Cost Richard Booker. 1 1 $1.50. town lot, valuo Mrs. Caroline Brown. 2 town lots, (Ho dollar added in each caso for value $150, Tnx nnd Cost. $3. advertising: Amy Carter, 1 town lot, value, $250 Tax and Cost. $4. Fulton Precinct (White) Henry Clnrk Estate, 7 nores land, Mrs. Annlo Dutters worth, 30 acres valuo $300, Tax and Cost. $4.50. Jcnnio Clark, 2 town lots, value laud, valuo $820. Tax and Cost, $9.26. Mrs. Dulla Edmonds, 1 town lot. $150.Tax and Cost,, $2.75. Nelson Clark, 2 town lots, valuo value $1000, Tax and Cost, $10. Jack Hall, 1 town lot, valuo $100, $150, Tax and Cost, $5. Guy Erwln, 1 town lot. valuo $200, Tax and Cost, $2.95. Mrs. M. L. Hester, 2D acres land, $5.45. Albert Fuqun, 1 town lot, value valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $C10. .1. V. Kirkland, 1 town lot, value sr.o. Tax nnd Cost. $2.75. Ed George, 1 town lot, valuo $50, SSuO, Tax and Cost. $7.50. J. S. Lovelace, 1 town lot, valuo Tnx and Cost, $2.55. C. H. Harlan. N. R., 20i acres Jo.'.O. Tax and Cost, $5.22. Miss Oma Ramsey, 1 town lot, vnl land, valuo $290. Tax and CosL $4. Lon Linn, 1 town lot, valuo $200, tie S1010. Tax end Cost, $10.05. Jake Roberts and wife, 1 town lot, $G.55. Joe Read, 1 town lot, valuo $200, valuu $1500. Tax and Cost, $15.G0. A. 11. Roberson, 1 town lot, value Tnx nnd Cost, $6.55. A. O. Robinson, 1 town lot, value $S0U, Tax and Cost, $9.20. John Witt, 1 town lot, value $S00, i&U, Tax and Cost, $3.60. Collier Roper, 1 town lot. valuo Tax and Cost $9.30. Blnford West, 1 town lot, valuo $200. Tax and Cost. $3.90. Bianton Tally, 2 town lots, value $450, Tax and Cost, $C.1C. Ulysees Wright, 1 town lot, value $250, Tax nnd Cost. $6.06. Nathan Tally, 2 town lots, 4 acres $450, Tax and Cost, $5.05. land, value $700. Tax and Cost $12.35. Fulton Precinct (Colored.) C. Tcrrlll 1 town lot. value 1$60, Tax nnd Cost $4.95. M. Rarksdalc, 1 town lot, valuo Harry Watklns, 1 .town lot, valuo $150, Tax and Cost, $3.45. sou. Tax and Cost, $3.85. 1 town lot, valuo Hiram Crawford, Honry Watklns, 1 town lot, value $150, Tax and Cost, $3.45. $50. Tax nnd Cost $3.85. 1 town lot, valuo Thornton Cavitt, Missouri White, 1 town lot, valuo $250, Tax and Cost, $5.10. Lyons, 1 town lot, value $75, siso, tux and Cost, $3.45. valuo $200. Tom Blllle Young, 1 town lot. Tax and Cost, $2.75. rax and Cost, $3.90. W1U MarUn, 1 town lot, value $200, Pap hcrrlll, 1 town lot. value $50. Thx and Cost. $3.90. Tax and Cost. $4.75. Mrs. Eliza Patterson, 1 town lot, Mima Upshaw, DO acres lan.d valuo value $200, Tax and Cost, $2.80. $750, Tax and Cost $10.50. Tom Rogers, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Tax and Cost, $3.90. Sassafras Ridge precinct. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo 200, Tax and Cost, $3.90. T. L. Carr. 20 acres land, value Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, value PACT. Tor nrwl Pnit tfi f. W. J. Cates. 1U 'acres land, valuo $i50. Tax and Cost, $2.75. $1575, Tax and Cost, $16. Lodgeton Precinct (White.) B. G. Connor Heirs. 290 acres land. and Cost, $L'9.50. A. O. Klmbro, 139 acres land, valuo value $3000, Tax1D2 G. L. Darnell. acres land, value $2955, Tax and Cost, $32.36. $1980, Tax and Cost. $23.60. Ruth Fuller Estate. 80 acres land. Lodgeton Precinct (Colored.) valuo $1000. Tax and Cost, $14.50. Tom Patterson, 22 acres land, value W. M. Jones, 150 ncres land, valuo $330, Tax and Cost. $11.30., $1200, Tax and Cost. $13.90. Jno. Mollday Heirs. 150 acres land. Cayce Precinct (White.) valuo $1000, Tax and Cost, $31.50. G. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, valuo Madrid Bend Precinct $C00, Tax and Cost, $8.65. J. It. Adams, 252 acres land, value Cayce Precinct )Colored.( $4300, Tax and Cost, $47. Amos Bryant, 1 town lot, valuo $300 J. T. SEAT, Sheriff. Tax and Cost, $5.60. John Miller, 1 town lot, valuo , . Tax and Cost, $6.75. Hickman Precinct W. II. Baldrlgo, 40 value $350, Tax and Cost, $4.55. Hugh Barry, 1 town lot, valuo $400, Tax and Cost, $12.95. Joo Ballard, 1 town lot, valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $8.95. J. R. Brown, 16 town lots, value $1410, Tax and Cost, $22.55. A. V. Craddock, 60 acres land, valuo $520, Tax and Cost, $9.45. W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, valuo 3300, Tax and Cost $4.05. Marvin Fllppln, 1 town lot, value $500, Tax and Cost, $10.05. Oscar Fowlks, N. U.. 17 acres land, valuo $050. Tax and Cost. $7.60. T. P. King, 75 acres land, valuo $1235, Tax and Cost, $16.10. It. P. Lake, N. U.. 40 acres land, valuo $400, Tax and Cost $6.75. C. P. Pollock Hrst. 42 acres land, value $500, Tax and cost $0.05. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo $75, Tax and Cost $6.40. J P. Taylor, It. M. Mctheny agent, 1 town lot, valuo $750, Tax and cost, $11.33. O. W. $70, Tnx nnd Cost, $5.10. (White.) acres land, OooooooooooooO o o o o o o o o o TRY A COURIER WANT AD. Tho Cheapest advertising o ' Medium Read by 3,000 People Every Week COST8 ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK. 1 OooooooooooooO o o o o o 4 Utterbaclt, N. R., 21 Ice cream, hot and cold drinks and everything In tho soda water line as good as can bo found anywhere. Oca Harris. With tho State of Kentucky In dubt so deep that It can't expect to pay out soon, tho Statu seuato has adopted a resolution appropriating $4 200 "to pay for tho extra help for the senate." Has this august (?) body suddenly become so important that the members havo to bo provided with body guards and served their "morning's morning" by a special acres messenger? COAL FOR CASH ! The mines have advanced the price bn coal 25 cents per ton, which, as a rule, would necessitate our making the same advance in price but we have decided to give car patrons the advantage of this advance, maintaining the same price of $4.50 per ton for Bon Air Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must accompany the order or the coal sent C. O. D. Rocking Chairs of all Vmit Thomas Creed, of Hickman, Ky., says: "For two or threo years my Restaurant 8tooli kidneys did not act proporly. Thero Children's Rockers Peoplo who havo warm friends are was a steady pain In the small of my back and whenever I stooped or healthier and happier than those who Stove Pipe, Stove Ducked ltp havo none. A slnglo real friend Is a lifted, sharp twinge darted through Chlffonelrs aad for writhing about the stock." trensuro worth more than gold or my loins. My back ached at night Wood Beds precious stones. Money can buy many and when 1 aroso In tbo morning I Sloan's Liniment things, good nnd ovell. All tho wonlUi was so Inmo that I could hardly walk. Bed Cprlngi will kill a spavin, I often suffered from nervous spoils, of the world could not buy a friend. curb or splint, rePrincess Dressers or pay you for tho loss of one. and occasionally felt languid and became duce wind puffs and High Chairs we are the weakest and worst of easily tired. Headaches also troubled swollen joints and spendthrifts If we let a friend dron Window Clais, all iIim ery dlxzy at times. uie and 1 was Is a sure and speedy off through Inattention, or let one The accretions from my kidneys con- Stove Repairs push nwny another, or If wo hold remedy for fistula, tnlnrd n Mcdlmint ami 1 wna nfinn Trunks, all sites aloof from one for petty Jealousy. or. 'forced to arise during tho night on Sweeney, founder . ...... .11 .1 iiwuiL-sand thrush. account of their too froquout passag BiiKui- une goou. menu is not to be weighed against nil Uio es. Whenever I cnught cold It set Jewels of earth. tied on my kidneys and greatly agPrht 60c. and $1.00 gravated my suffering. Finally I ft I t la mm Try to make others around you raltl. aft Itrarncd of Bonn's Kidney Pills nnd n4 pMMlirjr happier. This Is religion. This Is ft AMr procured a box at Helm Klllaon's God's kind of religion. Protect girls Drug Store. I used them In accord Dr. Earl 8. Sloan, or In their virtue, boys In their mananco with tho directions and ono box Baatoe, Man., U.S. A. hood, adults In tlylr earning, and relieved mo. I can rvcommoud Doans man In his sublime right to think Kidney Pills "as a very reliable kid as far, as fast, nnd In as many di ney remedy." rections as It Is possible to pierce For salo 'y all dealers. Price CO tho gloom. Be active. Get up and Countenance tho contracting of no get. uo not sit in tho houso day af- d bts except In caso of sickness or cents. a Co., Buffalo, Now ter day trying your best to bo sick. i her unavoidable causes. A little Do not grunt or growl every tltno n does often lay the foun York, solo agents for tha United We Furniture little pain or ache lights on you. or datlou fur n period of prosperity nnd States. Remember the nsaio Doan's and camps in your door yard to bo nurs affluence In after life. Live within ed Into active bellgercncy. Do not our menus. Grow up ns your means take no other. MONEY think that you are tho only one who increases. Break free from tbo old nas money. Tho only one who has ruts with their galling chains, and House in Fruit raisers who have examined land. The only ono wlio has sick Institute a new departure. Turn your ness. Tho only ono to whom sick plow Into tho old Hold nnd root out tho pouch buds In and near tho city Kentucky ! ness comes as tho process of physl Iho last vestago of tho detestable report that tho late 'spell of sero weed that has so long beon encroach weather sealed tho fato of the liesch cat dissolution goes on. lug upon truo progress. By this we crop In this vicinity for UMO. Some Do any of us know the power of do not mean that you should be cov turtle report that they sre unable We carry. In addition to currtj' Influcnco ? Give n child his first etous, niggardly, for this, too. Is n to find any buds left with the least a large line of seeo-iyears in a loving Christian home, a vice equally to bo shunned and we sign or lire. Fruit was plentiful last ulsr stock, at n good, noble another, n consecrated. may have occasion In tho future to ytni and If thero Is to be n crop hand goods which are scld loving father, all harmoniously work- speak of it more at length; but that failure this year It menus a little tremsly low prices. ing together for tbo good of all man- you may walk up the Journey of life linrdor struggle for many families to kind, that homo may bo humble, but without the crushing burdens of debt solve the problem of mnklng both "homo" In the truest sense of tho to drag you down and darken your emu meet. word. And after years may bring on pathway, ithat you may peacefully en temptations and trials and cares, but Joy tho fruits of your labors, and that tho Influcnco of that homo can never your chances of ultimate success may MULES I MULES I bo blotted out nor tho power for good be brighter, and freer from risks. Wo havo about CO head of good ever Surely environO work mules, ranging from threo to ment Is stronger than education; for eight years old. for salo. Also a few first influences will Inst until life ItHt'cknun, Ky. Tho steamship Kentucky, while n self Is gone. If our Influcnco counts bout six hundred mllos off the coast horses and good marcs. Will sell for so much, ought wo ever grow of South Carolina nnd was sinking, either for cash or credit with good weary striving to niako that Influence sent a wireless message for help. note. J. F. & 8. L. Oodds Co. strong for good ? But how- - soon The message was picked up by anoth when we havo made good resolutions er vessel which steamed to hur reand promised to be moro thoughtful lict. The crow and passengers wero No. C3. and kind do wo fall back Into tho rescued six hours before the Ken small plecoFor tho man who wants a of ground Just outaldo old Ustlessncss and let opportunities tucky sank. We arc Agents for the uio city, wo have Just what ho wants. tor good pass by, that would make Twenty-siacres, oh us rich with their blessings. Tho Frank Dudley Stock Co., well burg road, (20) miles from Urn Dyers IVi known by tho tbcatro-goer- s of this with good house, barn and Jllckmnn, outbuild engage Ings. Push I city, will play a Push I For a Insurance Companira ment here on Friday and Saturday, Iinvo tho prlco limited tlmo only wo of 11000. See us at If tbero was moro push In Uie world Fob. 18 and 19. in Hickman onco. Courier Uealty Co, thero would bo fewer hungry, half clothed children; fowor broken-down- , Thev arc comp.m-- 3 h. dissipated men and women; less need of alms houses of correction and been here longer "ai homes for tho friendless. cr. If l our pri'i r " Push means a lift for a nulehbor ' r' It Is too Uie In trouble. IMsh means a lift for sounds lo Ihlnkof apdicy, yourself out or tho slough of nnd shlftlessncss. out of Do it NOW trouble, real and funded. IHish has "I write to tell you the nover hurt anybody. Tho harder the pood news that Cardul push, tho better, if It Is given In R. T. TYLLK, Aycnt has helped mc so much the right direction. Always push upi hill few peoplo need a push down and I think it is ust 1 will hill. Don't bo afraid of your muscles make Fnrm Loans worth its wefKlit in go d," and sinews; they woro given you to, on lands located in Obion writes Mrs. Ataryan Maruse. Don't bo afraid of your hands; shall, of Woodstock, Oa. they were meant for service Don't and Weakley Counties, "I do hope and trust bo afraid of what your companion Tenn., and in Fulton Counmay say. Don't bo afraid of jour that ladies who arc suffer ty, Ky., at the rate of 5 per conscience; It will nover reproach ing as I did, will take you for a good deed but push with cent per annum on loans Cardul, for it has been a all your heart, might and soul, whenGod's blessing to me, and of $2,000 or more on first ever you soo anything or anybody will certainly help every tnai win ho better for a good. ons. class improved farms. strong, determined push. lady who is suffering." Forty per cent of the Pusli I It Is Just tho word for the grnud, clear morning of life; it Is K31 full vlaue of a farm will be Just the word for strong arms and loaned. Loans made on young hearts; It Is Just Iho word for n world that Is full of work as this Take farms of fifty acres or Is. If anybody is In trouble, and you more on five years time sen It, don't stnnd back, push ! If there Is anything good uolnc don with privilege to borrower In any placo whero you happen to bo. Tho Woman's Tonic of paying same after one push M.CibU.ef Lawrtnct, Kin, R.FO, No. J, wrilra "Your UnU mfnt l tho brit that I hut uwd. I hiJ a mar with an ibvt on hr k and on jec. bottle ol Sloan't Llalmtat It around all .ntlif If nnd hr. I th dir. tor (ill and tmatl i.lileja Mr. 11. Interesting pictures should ndor tho walls of every homo; they nro loop holes of escape to tho soul, leading to other scenes; they nro books, histories and sermons that may bo read without turning the leaves. "Love Is not easily provoked," It Is snld. What n panncen for ovory Irritation of homo life. How It wnrds off those hasty impulses nnd prevents tho esonpo of harsh rebukes. How It bends low the heart until tho storm passes, nnd then how much brighter Is tho sun's glow when the mist has cleared nwny. I.ct this lore Illuminate your homo nnd you will behold It n counterpart of heaven. When onco a homo Is regarded only as a placo to eat, drink and sleep In, tho work is begun that ends In gam- nnd reckless degradation. Voting peoplo must have fun nnd relaxation somowhere; If they do not find It at home they will seek It nt other and less profitable places. So. let tho fire burn brightly nt night In winter and let the doors bo cheerfully thrown open In summer and mak Him homestead delightful with nil the little art that parents so well under stand. bllng-houses Whal 8ewlno Clocks Do Ygu Need ? Machlnei the way, old fellow, can you let mo have two for a wrekT Wang Sorry, but Pro only got Bang-- By Dressers, plain and f,ney Bad Cprlngi Cots Wall Paper Window 8hades Runs, Art Squares Lace Curtains Here's the Proof. Mr. 0. T. KoWiti of Kruca, Ga K.P.D.Ko.1, lloi 4J,rltn:-"l- hi umJ your Unlmtnt on hotK for iwt. I alnty andtffKtrd a thorouihcur. io rtmorad a tpatln on a mill. This ipatln wn at Ui gt at a f ulna est . In myntltnatlon IhaUtt ltrrijr tor ua.-nt- ti and toicaeti li dollar. (laug for two All wei-ks- rights let O m . have that WELL DESERVED. The Praise That Comes From Thank, ful Hickman People. Ono kidney remedy uover falls, lllckmau peoplo rely upon It That remedy Is Donu's Kidney Pills It Carpet Paper Smoothlns Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds Sloan's Liniment ef Hickman testimony always proves reliable Children's Bedt Qranlteware Blankets, Comforts Mattresses , hrrt hp CASH,1 t CREDIT Sell Fostor-MIIbur- For LESS Than clny Western I St Louis Fur. Co, x OLDEST two-night- s' Good News Farn LoansTI ' l , CHEAP I COW reeni H.cfc DONT ASK FOR CREDIT. EFFECTIVE AT I1ICHMAN ICE COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED Beware of It. man, you that are about ' embarking in life on your own nc count, as you valuo your hopes of success, let not tho bin dun of deb' ever rest on you with its hllghtlntfi curso. Itesolvo that though you pos sess but little It shall bo your own. ml deed. Itesolvo, that ONCE. In truth u you Inown shull bo yours, whatever uutrammelud and free. That uo man shall hold a mortgage over your title, nnd that no scheming money louder shall havo tho chance to step In uinl isko auvantago ol your hard turning If you can't pay for what you wunt. better go without It until you chu.i Debt Young No matter and legs, If from headache, backache n.lltlQ In nrmo c?ltf.l1nvn dragging-dow- n you suffer year in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six MOONSHINE months after one year from date of loan, interest being stopped on partial payment made. fee Ings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn- - A mixture of Shuck5,Small Grains' Cm w.8 Silk., Etc., at 16c per able Cardul will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladles and if you will only give it a trial, you will be utanxiui ever after. lod, if hauled tanedM I O. SPRADLIN I Attorney-at-Law j at gin. I J. F. I Union City, - Tenn. & S.L. DODDS Co.