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The Courier has a Spanktn' Hood Team, A BLUE MARK HERE DIMM that your nub. axnlrrd erlptlon h licnawpromptlr Ifron to com wsnt the to you after thli month rPr ,i is the Team that Putla the Commercial IN WESTERN Grease the flxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLB ' niin m Ho. :m IEHTDOKT ,UtT Hthl HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1010. ESTABLISHED IX THE H0.34H7 TEAR 1HBO Optimist's Corner $ Daily Helps to Health and Happiness CEQRJII t DANIEL BOONE HUTIHK. A.M.M.D. "t h (urn come to dllcU or nervous psoplt, or )rrg tve mlndi by unnteo. shocks to tholr ,iry cr brutal Wll-mtn.( v tt my tts. li e heed Ii psld to ths Cotton Fabrics Attractive in Price t and Beautiful in Design IL "flrlnj. rnueh Sittwjter bathing, for oxample, force-r it good tonie, but to throe-ir- : n9 ahrleklnj i mlo the eurf may not time, t d) great harm at theInto a but ray turn the child i.a dreader of the eea. tjuifJ eftsn ci "hardtnlng" havt Life and Experiences of Kentuky's . . . FirsT: White Citizen . . . I'cnn-aylranl- eiumably for the child .rJ yet contalt log pictures shock the euiceptlbllltlei h. 'en Many children are el Irrltableby too iridi p,,! attent onj lhy are played much, totted about and w fi t fcr.i.ei t:o much, and made to Iiu;h t:o much, on the plea thtS tbt rlittl amuiedchbcklele Out It ipeedlly hysteria and endi fit itei Into exhausted crying In r.i ft of wh.h thaws that the entertain-r-f-- t hat been carried too far, ir'ints do not need to be irjied they need only to vege-u- t With older children, the fie gruesome element Is to ciftp Into their work try if the better. Many child hat teti jarred Into a serious firv ui ccdition by some one's miJtn jmp from a dark corner Be sen er ly i y bogey-talk- . i ' e t the care of your chillit f. c1-- Miry I: k publlihed to-i- if d. Sr-- j , LAC CS PRINCESS DKKIt. No. 21 E6, All SeacM That universal favorite, the fitc i Cr sh is here presented la ! " hrmltiKly nttractlre form, 1 cxt 3 the yoko and platted "ft la a Tc-- unique fashion. The ' ! extended to fonn a poluteA t El, end to It Is attached the (J f - o which Is plaited itt the r n' w.t and back. The cleeroe '''-- p' InK and In wrtst length, u'v n m the large view tho dres " C' tularin rhlrfnn l.rnnit. tloth, "J he rliemliette or yoke of kite ' " J In gold over white satin. 5rt. , ' "lr I'nnama cloth, diagonal IH-'' 1 PwU IVem ttlLn t.ib, "n (, iU u It "a ' he '5 plaids, pongee, will develop n u'tractlTsly. pat-- ' The 'a six sizes, from 32 to 44 t measure. For 36 bust if quirts 6U yarda of mate-mielshalr or gingham ties wide, with, of allover Width at " as lllut-yar- d lace IS lower edge, rente .V.r in " nt,r . rPr,1""n'-fl,u this pattern U sndhla f PPr. nil number ot pattern. BIZE. 3)56. "AMD TOWv , ""T Hat- - AND NO, 'Smilro and Daniel lioono thus lived nlone In tho vast wilderness. After five months of hunting and trapping Hauiro lioono returned to North Cnro Ilnn, leaving Daniel Iloone alono amid the perils and terrors of the now ten tho greatest Indian fighter and the country. Kor sugar, months, without or even a horso among the bread, salt or in out skilled woodsman dog, In Kentucky, pioneers of llio west. This man was or a only ho lived alono courage tho aubllmest could old. nnd Daniel Iloone, then 38 years With rapt attention bo drank In the hnve maintained n man under such stories of tho wonderful country of circumstances. which Klndlay gave him such In May. two months before tho re accounts. turn of his brother, Daniel Uoono Ily tho humble but hospitable flro- - went down the hills bordering the Ohio sldo of tho hunter, Klndlay wna an looked river for tho first tlmo, and upon ever welcome guest, and again and splendor and the beautiful stream, tho glory ot which magnifingaln ho repeated what ho had seen dised tho In thin hunter n parnillso. Ho told of covered attractions of this newly country. Kor nlno months tho magnificent region where there the brothers hunted and explored would ha nn eternal feast for tho hun- Kentucky, nnd In March, 1771, they ter, whero camo was so abundant tha returned to their North Carolina tho droves of buffalo could bo count home. Daniel lioono had now like herds of cattle, whoro deer licked absent from homo and family been for hand of tho Intruder, and coons, nearly two years, but ho had seen the and 'possums, turkeys and pheasants long desired to behold what.Jie.had were so plentiful as to obstruct the It seemed to him tho matt attractive path along which men would tread. and wonderful spot 'In all tho world, After two years Klndlay had at last nnd so In 177S, four years later, be found it heart which would respond In brought his wife nnd children nnd nil fullest harmony to his words a harp his belongings and settled at which answered his very touch and thus giving him tho distincgnvo back varied and sympathetic tion of being tho whlto settler thought; n man whoso brave soul was within the limits first tho of devoid of all fear, and who wanted nothing better for time or eternity than to live In that glorious region of Tho stories of Daniel Uoono's won friend spoko bo dirful exploits as an Indian fighter, which his rapturously. A compact, offensive. and as a pioneer frontiersman are the defensive, was then and there signed. richest nnd most exciting of nil that pet tain to the history ot this common llnntiA lind nt Inaf henrit nf tile lnnd wealth. Ills partlchKitlon in tho siege for which his soul had sighed, a land of Iloonesborough In 1778, his part In wlilrli fllloil his Ideal of a 1'aradlso. the battlo of Illuo I.lcks In 17S2, his but now to seo It, to tread Its traces. removal to Missouri and his subse to enjoy Its pleasures, ho resoivcu 10 quent death there In 1820, and tho re Klvo up his home, his wlfo and chll moval nnd retirement or tho remains ilnn nml In Inkn dpgnerate risks on ut Krankfort In September, 1845, are his life. Onco to sec such n land ns facts so well known as' to need no Klndlay had described, he felt would repetition hero. compensate him for all the trials and Tlnnnn'd ftum. lind ltfrnmn n tinrt nf dangers that a Journey to thatcountr would bring. So Klnuiay, lioono. jihi. th,. unrlil'a tiUtnrv. nml thn.stnrv nf Stewart, Holland, James Mooney and his adventures, his wonderful escape, u'Mtlnni Cain started from their Ills Knowledge oi wooucraii, ins sinenhomes on tho Yadkin river to a place dld courago and heroic sacrifices. on tho Ited river, whero Klndlay had have carried his namo to all parts of formerly traded with tno inuians. the civilized world. Those who had They arrived about tho "th of Juno, nnvnr liimril nf Kmiturkv hml heard 17C9, nnd from the top of one of tho of Danlol Iloone, and In many quar mountains In Kstlll county tnoy saw lers KontucKy wns Known as tno iauu with dnliuht nnd tilcnsure tho bltio of Hoone. grass land of Kentucky. Smooth, cautions, bravo, with un Afior nix months of hunting, and limited resources, with a mngnlfl- hunting ns nlivHlniie. ho nerformed feats finding nil that oven such and endured hardships, tho stories ot lioono could deslro or compass, in Ih now which thrilled hearts or ins nearers. 1709. whllo In whnt nn watchful as an Indian, no MiiiUmm rnmitv. Hnono and Stewart. Il. whllo rambling along tho banks of the Hhrnnk from no danger. There wns Kentucky river, were capuireu oy n no exposure or conflict that coma gang of Indians, rushing from the affect his wonderful physical powers enno brakes. tin btinu- - tlin Tmllnnn nml hn know They subsequently made their told by tho stars nnd the re- - the stories mtillvltv. nnd nti.i- - n Ml" nml tho lay of the " on tno moss on tho trees traced their steps to tho camp leaves. These signs wcro ns ramiuar In lilm nil In till, I II A II llllllsnlf. Ill addition to all tho energy and skill of tho savugo he added tno Heroic nml runHotiliiir tiowcr and re niiiirni-unnrrou nf II wllllll mail 311(1 till tllUS bectiino tho greatest Indian fighter ot BOKD SUBDIVISION the ago. Ho was under too usual sizo tt tin men of his nerlod. being only ru-r....t inn itiriios. inn niH nnvsicni uiri.ML-il- i mul Ills nnwor of euduranco were fnr ahead or men or mticn larger frames. He knew nothing but tho If of n huntor. Tho deerskin shirt nnd Will soon have 18 houses moccasin composed almost his entlro in It. Lot are going like it,. lln .11,1 tint rnm fnr thn iinsses- cakes, Let me sell you hot alnn nf lauds, and though ablo. In Mis souri, to have n uetior iiome, no uveu a lot or a home and lot on In a cabin which had been his earner easy terms. This is your shelter, and mnde periodical visits chance to own a home. Do Intn thn liiintlnir urounds of tho west, not put It off or you will always extracting under n solemn never have one. I have oath tho promlso of his attendant houses to rent. See me at that In case or ucatu uis uouy suouiu bo boruo uacK to tno nuoues oi cm the Oil Mill Office, aoul-ntlrrln- g Dooncs-borougnew-foun- d es-....111 Tho first white man to mnko Rettlomont In Kentucky wns lnnli) Itooni'. Ho wna Ixirn In on the ImiiiIu of the Delaware river, In 17.11. lie Immigrated with hi father to HendlnK. Pn .nml auliseqiietitly ti) tlio vnlley of the Ynil-k- f ii river In North Carolina, where ho until he wna 38 yeara old Jno. Klndlay, supponed to be n Virginian. In 17?!), for the purK)m of huntliiK and trndliiK along the route known as tho warrior's path. pnsnlnK through that part of tho country lying mi tho ensteru branch of the Ken tucky river and cronim the Licking toward tho mouth or the Scioto In Greenup county Keturnlng to North Carolina he carried with lilni glow Ing account of the marvelous rich ness mid fertility of this new land. Mo recounted tho storlon of his ven ture to many of tho pioneers of Virginia and North Carolina At last, ujon tho Yadkin river, he camo to be comrades disappeared. hunks nf thn It. it rlinr ,nlv tn ri.wl that It had been plundered nnd their About this tlmo 'Sipilre Hoone. with one companion, desiring to know something of tho Kentucky explorer, traveled from North Carolina nnd ramp to Daniel Itoone'g camp in the land of enne. Stewurt had been cap tured by the Indians and scnlned. This Introduction to the dangers of Indian wnrofare alarmed tho y6uug hunter who. had come with Iloone. Life was dearer to him thnn ndven- - Start now the making of the spring and summer dresses and children's wear, and you not only have the satisfaction of having them ready when needed but need not hurry. Take your time in looking over our choice collection. Compare the prices, quality for quality, if you will, with those of other stores, and the satisfaction will be all the greater when you finally buy them. Percales, neat, attractive patterns, 10c to at Dress Ginghams These handsome, sturdy fabrics in the staple and fancy patterns are more charming than 2c to 12 ever, at Cotton Suiting in stripes and figures, a full line of colors at Wash Crash, looks like linen, shown 25c and in all the new shades, at Mercerized Poplins, all shades 1 -- turo, and he returned through the wilderness nlone to his North Caro lina home. 15c Pongee, highly mercerised, a light, 25c to 60c attractive fabric, at Mercerized Repps and Poplins, all shades, at 30c and 40c 1 5c Soisettes, in all new spring shades, 1 25c to 50c at 15c Pretty French Ginghams, all pretty styles, at 25c Silk Mixed Mulls, all the late shades, 50 and 60c at Bengalines, in pretty stripes, all shades, at ; 30c 25c Flaxons, in all the prettiest tints and designs, a sheer, permanent linen 25c to 35c finished fabric, at .40c SMITH & AMBERG DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED ROAD OVERSERS. which passed through one of tho pioneer fnmllles ot Kentucky, tho chntr Following Is a list which hla rhllilren used nt Boonesbor- - overseers In Mississippi of tho road county, Mo: ough Kort nnd at Uoono's Kort, the Dlst, No. 1 A. C. Drinkwater. place to which ho removed shortly nist. No, 2 John Langhelt after leaving Iloonesborough, and 3 W. Hendricks. Dlst. No. plates which were n part of his doDlst. No. 4 W. C. Stalllngs. mestic equipment, nre now In my posDlst. No. C John Thompklns. session. Tho llttlo enncbottom chair Dlst. No. C J. T. Nelson. which ho made for tho uso of his Dlst. No. 7 J. II. Cowell. children Is ono of tho most prized of Dlst. No. 8 J. N. Voelker. theso treasures. It was secured from Dlst. No. 9 S. M. Shelby. a highly trustworthy sourco nnd from Dlst. No. 10 Wm. Fox. a remote klnsmnn of tho groat hunter. Dlst. No. 11 J. T. Fellows. Later on I hope to seo theso n part Dlst. No. 12 Henry French. ol a great Kentucky Historical Dlst. No. 13 J. Alex French. in which Bhall be gathered and Dlst. No. 14 Arch Coleman. preserved thoso things that havo Dlst. No. 15 S. C. Allen. come from tho life of "tho brave old Dlst. No. 1C V. Hl'resson. pioneer knight errant ot tho woods. Dlst. No. 171 nrvoy Saeger. Dlst. No. IS J. Logan nusby. Two days slnco I visited tho spot Dlst. No. 19 J. F. Hancock. whero Uoono and his companions Dlst. No. 20 J. II. Roberts. founded whnt Is claimed to havo been Dlst. No. 21 D. V. Sanders. the first permnncnt settlement In tho Dlst. No. 22 Wm. Halo. state, on tho banks of tho Kentucky Dlst. No. 23 J. h. Clovldenco. river. Out In n syenmoro thicket, on Dlst. No. 24 D. U. Doss. the banks of tho stream, stands aDlst. No. 25 J. O. King. tnrmtlttiu fit in toll u'lmrn Kurt I'oouesborough was erected, nnd which de- fled tho Indian onslaugnt tor so many years while tho bravo pioneer lived I,, K'niituclrv Tim Rtnrkndn la 1:0110. everything Is gone, and only a few Reasons mighty monarchs or tno lorosi are loft mul iIiobi. mul thn soli remain as witnesses of tho herolo struggle ot Uoono nnd his companions at mis nrsi Kentucky settlement. The lock erect ml In-- llii iriirnrtllllcnt tn DrOVido for tho navigation of tho Kentucky river 3G. mu-scu- by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed, condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube Is inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless the can bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Chcnoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 7Gc. Take Hall's Family Pills for for Safety THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15,000.00 i n ? Finesrjickinan O clti to havo twenty r iklllL-- 111 tin. liniwlr..,! c,a8- - It would bo Wtifr? dol.lar cowmunlty If there tem ... r.", tid ,i.l uudred worth ten thou' 1 '! ' Phone No. 7, or 173 cInli G. B. BOND savago nssallants had hidden and watched, nnd from their friendly bIioI-te- r had como the bullets Into tho old stone fort from tho shelter of their limbs lind looked down upon tno ulilla mini nml thn white WOI11PI1 W'llO had risked their lives and their for tunes to win Kentucky for tno wnuo mnn. A trnln or spionum momonea crowded tho brain ns I beheld theso t thn rniirnco and heroism of our ancestors, nnd us wo llstoned In fancy for tho inoccasln trend of the whlto muii and tho savago, wo ro- called what splendid typo or men nnu womon were theBo who left their homes hundreds ot miles nwny to lollzatlon. cate In tho log cabins of Kentucky Willi anmn ilncren nf natlenoo and nnd risk so much In tho savngo huntwatchfulness tho writer has secured ing grounds west ot tho Allegtiaiilcs. some of tho treasures connected with 1 by tho old fort. Tho only memorials of tho days of Iloone, Calloway nnd Henderson, his companions, nro it tow forest trees, nnd as I stood and looke in. Intn iiin llnihu nf tlipsn snntlnols Hint guarded tho brave fort In 177G, I was filled with a sort or. nwo. aiuouh these trees Uoono mid his companion had moved when they first laid out the fort, nnd behind theso trees their has deepened the current unit noweu Making a total of $65,000.00 which stands, not as the total security, but as the gin of security protecting our depositors. mar- 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. ti.,. each. A thin wonderful mon. which lm nreseiited to his dau ghter, his hunting shirt, his rlflo. I wv If. i it 0 Thirsty? IUCO is wha'. you need THE HICKMAN COURIER ISWEPT BYSNOWSTORMl FAVORS A Cavers Weitsrs Ktntucky Uk Ih D" BREEZES BALMY 80UTIIKRN OIVB WAY TO NORTH WIND. Rain, Bleat and Snow Travel With uom .wav-ur- si ounsnnfr Memphis, Tenn. A TEMPORARY SETBACK IW-- LOCAL OPTION IS THE BOY'S WELL-MEAN- T , ) 'IfopyrlRht. BRYAN W. C. BFEER and 3. 0. 8KXT0N', Sttltors and Proprietor. BAYS COUNTY RKAL, UNIT. Nsutlejl c.lt Somewhat 8ayfl Qrae,U of pct , In Order. nvu nm r id Trt VPID CASH IN ADVAXCB. FsopU Should Uava Voles in Dstar. mlnlnff the Byststa ot.Regulat ing Liquor Traffic. Lincoln,.,Nel. W. J. llran has com out Mat fooled for county option in N braska. He takes a step In advance of this and declares Democracy must ill vorcei Itself from the lliiuor Interest Tho saloon, he says, Is uied to debauc politics and to prevent the Intelligent consideration of public questions. The Honor interests, he dertsres, mad themselves odious at the last session of the Nebraska legislature by preventing the suinnlssion of the Initiative and refer endum. .Mr. Ilrynn declare the right of the government to regulate the sale of liquor cannot le denied, and the right to make the county the unit uf regulation Is just as plain. ' The statement In part is aa follows i acting through the In The struinentulity of government, have for their own protection the right In determine the conditions under which liquor snail tie mild in any community, comity or state, and It follows that the pcopl of the nation have s right to art iton the question whenever In their wldoin they think it prot-eIn do so, for what ever const it ut Innal objections may itrgevl to any proied legislation, It must he rerncml-ercthat constitutions are In he hands of the ami can be altered whenever the see fit to alter them. The Democratic party cannot aflord to act as the mouthpiece of the liquor interests, it can Imve nothing in com mon with the selfldi, mercenary and conscienceless cruad that the liquor Interests have organired against the home and the state; against private vlr I lie and public moral!.' r 1 e Thero la n Tren his .ummcrs with Bn en huslastlc sailor boy who. UBt c , Xnlered at the Hickman, Kentucky, down from the north yesterday. It camo mall matter. postofflcs a second-clas- s mile an hour wind with a twenty-fiv- e that earned in lit teeth a sharp, drlv ADVERTISING IN MOROCCO. colJ wave swept According to a consular report from Tangier, the forms of bustness public Ity raoit familiar In most other pnrts of tho world provo qulto Inelfcctlva among tho Moors. The astonishing disclosure li mndo that not only Is the ultimate consumer In Morocco oftrn unable to read In his own Arabic, but n picture signifies nothing to him. "It rnay be almost Inconcelrnblo that such Is tho case," writes Consul Holt, "but It Is n physical fact that the oyo of, the average Moor falls to find any- - mean ing whatever In n picture." lie relates how ho hns repeatedly shown to Moors photographs of themselves which they have tailed to recognize: "and this Is true to nn evcn. creator extent ns recards pictures of Inanimate objects.' with special yefeh.ce to things for toltt says Frovdcnco Journal. How to coax to uuyjrocxwn .potential consum r who can read nelthe'ripflnt nor picture would evidently be n considerable prooiem lor me moaern expert in aa Tcrtlslng". Samples and "demonstra tions. indeed, aro the only form of publicity which Is at all likely to catch the Moor The main machinery of ex. ploltatlon os carried on In the United States becomes useless when directed at him. The mall order house, apparently, would stand no chance In Morocco. All the witchery of art In adver tising atf expressed. In the ubiquitous catalogue woii'd . be ns completely wasted on the Moor, hs tho sense of an Inscription trom the Koran, decorating Uie wall of a Moorish vestibule, on the American tourist that the "Cape to Cairo railroad," onpo" regard ed ns an 'Iridescent dream" of Cecil Rhodes, Is now so far advanced that completion Is actually In sight The finished part extends more than 2,100 mllea from Cape Town, and lines In course of construction or contemplated will make the connecting links, so that within two or three years It is believed trains will run from Egypt through the heart ol the dark continent to the Jther extremo of Africa. What development will follow the opening up, of the country by this means may be left to vivid imagination, Africa in some respects is surpassing other sections in railroad progress. But the "three Americas" system is going bravely on. It will not be many years before pas sage can be taken by train from any point In, North America to stations in the most remote part of the southern continent There is no question that with peaco and good order Cuba is bound to pros per. Despite all the criticism, heard the, island Is making good headway in a material sense. The latest reports show that railroads aro extending Into every part, mines aro being opened, the Industry Is expand- ing rapidly and sugar and tobacco are bringing returns. Cuba is a fertile region ot vast natural resources of vari ous kinds. Even under the prostrat ing effect of war there was rarely a time when a large commerce was not being carried on. With tranquillity in the interior and free opportunity for capital and labor to work together, there la every reason to believe that in a iew years uuua win possess wealth far exceeding that of many countries greatly surpassing the Island In size fruit-growin- g News comes' froffl Africa ins, plcrcinc sleet, and Memphis, which only Tuesday enjoyed the baltrty .cphyr of the South, kn tlih morning to find Its streets, yard, fields, houses and vecelatlon covered villi a blanket of while. The cold wave swept oer Arkansas, Mississippi, Colorado, Oklahoma anil Texas. Krom these states eome reports of the great suffering that It has left in its wake. Conditions in Texas seem to be the worst. North, Knt, Central and Northwest' em Texas, h well as Oklahoma, are in the grip of one of the worst billiards of the season. The frceting weather and the rain and sleet brought death, hour persons are riorted to hnc been fioicn in Texas nlonc. The siitTeritig among the poor of the line Star State is said to lie jrreut Short wamiuu wan liven of the bliuard by the newspapers, and in Knstcm Texas the truck fanners iimii aired to prepare in a measure for the Hut tlio enttlemeti unwelcome viitor. were caught unaware, and it is thought that tuanv thousands of head of live stock will be Hscrillml. In fart, reports from Chirkarha, OUa., show that oer 1,500 hend of fine cattle have been killed already by the billiard, and it is thought that before the sleet and xnow- - abates ssveral tunes that many more- caught out in the open will be claimed us victim of old Koreas. The sleet was followed hv snow in Ar kansas. Ten indie of snow was re ported at Roger. Other towns reporting heavy falls were Hoiie, Helena, Tex arkarut and Joiipsboro. Kroui Cheyenne, Wyo, comes the news that the thermometer dropped 03 degrees in some sections of the state. The lowest reported was H below at Lander. At I'aducali, Ky., the worst day of the winter was experienced. Sleet and snowcovered the streets several inches deep, causing many nccidents. In wine sections of Texas and Okla homa the mercury dropxil lower than it lias been in twenty vears, and great suffering is reported. At Denver the temperature in 24 Iioura ended yesterday evening at 7 o'clock a drop of 5S degrees was report' ed. In many towns of Colorado build ings were blown down or unroofed by the wind, which approached the velocity of a gale. - ccedlng was necessary Shortly after his uncle's place on the Ukonbyhl. Parents south of th. Now it appears that the a devout churchman, nc,?, unolo'. manner of ,inX IwJ" n. a their head, down or coming .bout the loo" ,1,-n- M was particularly Xn' , 1 ' 1 h la l 'U i d " f" htt.rli.th. o . tluuT ,oVt b' Ma,;4 V The Senate May Oppota Waterway Legislation. RIVERS RILL PASSES! FACING PORK FAMINE flr.tTl.lt. ho garedurWfe usual preliminary wfh icrVs.Vn' nd accordingly, nf.er V, ha fne bio, was rebuked for not B"l", hi. head Hkolho other. Tho next morning the the effect, of hi. rel.Ve A wero seated nt table and h V,BV f.ther Inclined hi. head rr king the blessing th , '?,Q caused tho utmost err ti ,7 Piping out In a shrill v , "Ilard-lcoctcrvM ' Jjr . Magazine of tho put.i t, Ud-- say grsco at " Xn r,w" . ' "III.- - A Promie. i ( AUTHORIZATION MADE FOR $7, 000,000 NEW WORK. END OF IIIOII PRICES NOT IV 8IOIIT, BAY PACKERS. Two or Three Years Will lis Nsces Rtpresentative Humphreys Says th Measure Is Rest Ever Passsd on th Subjtct Washington. The riers and harbors bill, carrying appropriation of more than $.15,000,000, with autWlEatlons of work that will cost more than $7,000,- 000 additional, was tsisscd by the house Tuesday. The debate upon the measure during the two days did not result la any important amendments. That the measure as passed is pleasing to the IX'inocrats was indicated by l!e resentatitc Humphreys of Mississippi, who is a member uf the committee and who gae out the following: I'he measure, in my opinion, is In many respects the best bill Congress hat passed on this subject. The streams of the Mixissijpi vuilcy hate at l.lU rt ceiuxl the recognition which is theli due. "The cost of revetting the lower river will prohablv lie $73,000,000, and u w this year appropriate $4,000,00 rash and declare it to be the iollcy of the gov crnmcnt to complete the work in twenty years. I his Is by tar the most Impotl' ant item in the bill from my viewpoint and it should and certainly will be the cause of thanksgiving throughout all the deltas. It means that no more levee lines must be abandoned, no more valu able estates thrown outside the lore line and given orcr to the ravage of the floods; it means no need for further issuance of levee bonds, because the cur rent revenues of tho Ieee districts can easily take, cure uf the maintenance of the present line and create, a sinking fund to liquidate present issues as they mature. sary to Supply Deficit in Supply of Hogs. ihicago. It will be a case of "King Hog again within a short time, if th pi edict Ions of speculators in the Hi slock market and men on the inside of caro to." "All right Mebhyl It, but I'll promlso nc to 'punklnfaoe' any more an Chicago Ilecord HcraiJ flheumaltam 1. f . KAIUIW.B HIIJII IIV eur Itheuinallsin am u . c thoreushly cleanses ar I ,ri kldnsys. Uver and dism , Its cures seem atmos r. ruarsnteed, i Tsk trg if feel Wlter In th m r" Medicine. Co., Bu louls, . L "What Is II, my rhl'd' "When Kla marries n 4 ) hare to call her yoir L' h "It will not bo nccc Jfy t do so, but It will be n u- . ri - , r,. s WHISKY LABELS MUST NOT LIE President Says All Spirits Distilled From Orain Is Whisky. Men weighing less than 150 pounds have been discharged from certain railroad workshops. ' Men weighing more than 190, unless usual- ir tan, nave been "released" as street car conductors as too fat to thread tho thronged aisles. Men over 40 find It hard to get Jobs because they are too old, Men under 25 find promotion difficult because they aro too young. Will tho world's work presently nil be done by men between 25 and 35 nnd-o- f medium height and thickness? And what will all tho others do? are said to liazy atmosphere during the transit, and a motecrlc shower or two. Tho earth Is now scheduled to pass through the tall of (alley's cornel next May. Persons disposed to get nervous over it should find reassurance In the act that at least one known caso of the sort was experienced In tho last century with no worse results than a Washington, D. C. Iresidcnt Taft's decision in tho liquor controversy that whisky is whisky, whether it be blend ed or straight, has been formulated in a set oi regulations prepared by the HUMPHREYS board of food and drugs inspection oi INDORSE the deiKirtment of agrieutlurc. In brief. the regulations declare that all unmixed Quit Statot Merchant Marin Adopts spirits distilled from grain, prepared in Resolutions. the customary ways, arw entitled to the New York. Jly Hie action of the di name whisky" without ijualifleatlon. rectors of the Standard Oil Company of Illended whisky most be labeled us New Jersey In declatiug a dividend on tilth. Tuesday for tho quarter amounting to The term "whisky," however, Is ri- - $15 a share, John I). Rockefeller will strirted to distillate from grain and un receive, on March 15, a check for St. der the regulations, distillates fiuni 050,000. The oil magnate owns 27 per other substances, If labeled "whisky" nre cent, of the stock of the corporation. mixlirnnded and the person guiltv of mis There has been distributed in divi branding mav be prosecuted. dends since 1K99, $15J,7SS,000, uf which Mr. ltockeftllcr received $118,170,410. WANTS BOUNDARY LINE FIXED Since 1841!, when tho trust agreement became effective, the profit uf the cor Texas Seeks Quick Action on United poratlon have been $1,100,000,000, from which there lias been set aside a sur n Dispute. plus fund Aggregating about $300,000. Austin. Tex. As the result of a isit 000. Mr. Rockefeller also rcceitc $50,- from it. II. Wan!, of San Antonio, at Interest in torney for tho city council of l'l l'aso. 000 a year for his Governor Campbell wrote I'roldeitt the Clillds' Restaurant Company. Tnft, calling his attention to I ho ncvev JOHN D. GETS $4,050,000. slty for a prompt settlement of the boundary line dispute bctweeu the United State and Mexico uiTectliij ,i Standard Oil Declares Dividend of portion of the city of KI l'aso. $15 Per Share. The territory in dispute has u popN'ew Orleans, Ia. The (Jtllf Stales ualtioil 'of about 5,000 and taxable values of $3,000,000, ami has oceu in Merchant Marine Convention, holding Its session here, adopted resolutions en vaded by siuatter claiming property under Mexican authority, who threaten dorsing the Humphrey ship subsidy bill, the use of arms to hold on to tho lamU now pending in Congress, the resolu tnu movement lor re they have seized. The federu! and state tions declared storing the merchant marine, which this courts arc exercising criminal jurisdic tion in the territory in question, but mrusuro exemplitles, is patriotic and not the federal courts have recently, at the partisan." A protest U registered against an at request of the department of justice. tempt living made by political caucuses sunpcnded tho exerclso of civil jurisdic tion thero pending a settlement of tho to influence uthcrscly representatives in boundary lontroversy. TJiu result is Congress with respect to the Humphrey that confusion reigns und trouble und bill, and with respcet to the iictivilies of the foreign shipping Interests, whtih bloodshed are imminent. It I charged are working to defeat the measure. Watterson Three-Scorand Ten. ljtnsville, hy. Ihijoylnir his usual Teachers Can't Read Bible. vigorous health, Henry Watterson. ed itor of the Courier-Journatoday ecle- Itockfonf, HI, tudgo Donnellv grant urau-ins mm i.irlliduy at Naples-oil- cd a temirury injunction restraining where h is the school teacher of Marengo from reading winter with Mrs. J'utteroii. the iiifiiu in opening Jlictr schools. States-Mexicaoiu-llf- tli e l, tlie-tiul- things at the yards rome true. Hogs hul a spectacular rlc Monday, Wlsr "brisk" trading they went up to J 20 tier 100 isiunds, ami became the nl'jeet of general ronventlon ill pack ir.g ttiuc circle. 11 I declared by the Lull." that the price will rise still high rr and that the country Is on the tcrge short if oHe of the most serious ages It has ever experienced. Trices are the hlshest known since th C1UI War. In Septewlier. iS2, hogs brought $0.35, but that wa.s not the gen era! price. They sold in some places then at less than $0. A enteric of Eastern men, it Is kumed, swooped donn on Cliieago Mon- ilsv and took the majority of the ho; in the market from under the notes of Armour, Swift and other brg traders In I'aeklngtown. From now on it will I 1I tie between the West and East "The enix of the situation," said on lealer in the yards, "Is simply this There are no hojs In the country, eoinparatrly speaking. Prices are bound to go nil, and I think it Is only a mattrr of a short time before hogs will be selling at $10 or more;. The general market Is the hlshest since the Civil War. "Why. . 1,1,1'- i unlv Srt.G'J In 1009 . j and it was $.1.75 in 1VJ7. Them were plenty of hogs In the country and the markri went so low mat ine larmcr wasn't making enough money to raUe he mortgage nn the ok! homestead, or BILL ari thing elv, fur that nutter. Natural ly enough he quit, and that Is responsible for the shortage at the present. 1 -- 'i s 4 M GAVE RELATIVE TIME TO DIE Could f Thought Nona But Coroner Cut Down Dying Man. s L: 1'SS 1 trk ' Cleveland, (). A inlcoitfeptlon American law on the part of Otto Pith gave John Zahour, his father ten minutes aitra in which to dir. I'ich found the old man hanging in the pantry of his home and keeping him self away from the wall by pushing on a sneu. ne was sun auvs arwi active. Pich had heard that It was illegal for anyone but a coroner to disturb a hang ing man. and he led at once in search of somrbodr who eould summon that of tidal. Meeting a policeman, he explained tint ease to him. The officer made a quick run In the abour home ami succeeded In ctittln, the father-in-ladown before life wa eitinct. He died, however. In an ambil lance on the way to a hospital. He Owns Op. rmif fillvS- - "Own op. now ht s ihs r1-- L-- c! "My wife used to be adit "but since n v di grown wo have n corr Iss .a rovtsrnmcnt.' Exchanse J '.-- ... c' l Great Home Eye Remedy, dnigclsta or Ilosard Bros., V.Zx..; N And the more a woman kr sj il men the less she has to na '.W Ject. Iran nln li t.t?. sr ?1 Y t ri tb sm DssM tarculds,MmkIusl, s 4 ! rxrosntr to torn ::;XZu3jI . Many a doctor has caved a r: life by not being In when ca"?d i i TRAINS CRASH; FIVE DEAD Memphis Directory r- Xlg'ht Fatally Injured and Twsnty lladly Hurt. Macon, (la. Five persons were instant ly killed, eight seriously injured, and a score slightly injured, when trains Nn. i! and No. 3, on the ticorgla Southern and Florida railroad collided head-on- , Macon, be nineteen miles tween Wellston and Ikmalrr. ltoth engines, the mail and laggagi Prisons Unjuit to Wires. cars ami two day coaches were coin New Orleans. "I submit that It is plctely demolished. Hie trains Mere not tiiSMlfrstly unjust for the State to In earcerute a man In prison and leare his running at a great rate of speed, but they met on a curve and the engineers family absolutely destitute throughout had little Chance to prevent the acci tho term of hU Imprisonment. lrlsnns should Ixi given su Industrial feature, so dent. The wreck occurred in dismal that a man out earn something white In and russengers describe athe cries sttamp, of the and bo enabled to devote that portion ot injured and dying as most pitiful. Sev his' 'earnings and nbove the amount eral hours elapwSl before medical aid paid for bis maintenance to the care of reached the Injured. Many women pat prn-- r way Is to start aengcrs hound his family. I he the wounds of tho Injured the reform in the prison, ami to go for with bandages torn from their clothing, the man heart, not his body.' BEEF TRUST RESENTS CRITICS. Mrs. Fooierelt Sails. New York.- - The 'beef trust,' w York. Mrs. Theodore ItixukotrJt arid der daughter, Miss Ktliel, sailed on resenting the criticisms to which they subjected, propose to submit Tuesdsy on the Hamburg-Americaline have steamer Hamburg, for Naples, en loute to the grand jury, whvn It begins its In Khartoum, where thee will tueet vcstigatlon, a list of price showing tlio t'6i.'llnoeelt ami return with him to advance of prices made by them In the Europe on his wuy lack to the United last few years. The purlers assert that Mates from his African hunting trip for every advance of one tent made by Col.' IlrxMetelt will reach the United them the retailer have Wxnted the price States lietucen June 1 und Juno IS next. four, and in some case six cents a oiinl. TELEPHONES for Farmers Line and hdcpeil st Complete slxk cf ienser WIRE, CROSS-ARM- S INSULATORS and all necessary nutcril catalojuo and net pn.e I st Vr 'i 5r ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 132 8, Second St., Momphls, Twin Electric Llht. Street I - - r i J f Wiring Ma: -- krainrhnn'c Prnrtlnnl DookVeeptnr, llsnkirf Ina and CViiion HuMcm emr Oivlr sp to-l- l oir ' BUSINESS COLLEGE ruarsBlse. ire 104 - r - sl . ? -- r S'-- . la day pupils. I umlerscjri-s:- Ni r J . PROF. W. T.DAVIS, a. Main Btrssi. Mgr. MtmpD't RUBBER b.IaI Wrllsas mhm In neeJef Urluf inselilnrs, slsinp STAMPS s n r"rt V ". rz" c to' fe)cls. check.. Youc lUllorJersr'--!- esc? ' ca ; .T - DIXIE SEAL and Tnn. Trut Bid... STAMP COMPW Msmphls, Tsnn. SEEDS mti'W 1.000 LAYMEN MEET. FRIAR LANDS TO SUGAR TRUST. IU II. Ill WfS t IIA.t.l. tin homa City. Oklahoma (fly, Okla. One thousand men man lied the streets of Oklihnma City singing "Onward Christian Soldiers music of the Kpunrth University oami, eiKllng their march at the Audi torluni, where a banquet was held in their honor. They aro laymen, repre senting suural denominations, and ure gathered in the llrsl Statu convention of.the kind em held In Oklahoma. The etuiigelinitlHii of the world in this gen rriition is their motto. to-th- First State Convention Held at OkU W ashiugton. e Representative Martin PROLIFIC SEED CORN" (Democrat) of Colorado introduced a WbfUS reeoM U1 tf 3 ' yurs.v ..irsintti ..I., A- lit k resolution declaring the recent sale of vtrr tm . t's tf S,()00 acres of friar lands in (he Phflip- - Urqusnllne. . nuns. " itiitdino.N ilncs, which he alleges to havo been made v-- n o a "representative sra ML v v TI ' S of tluj Havemrvrr sr-- i sugar Interests," to lie a violation of tho law. denouncing the department of jus tice) for upholding it und demanding an Inltsn Cous! investigation. lut.f. Iris lfm sf.l" w , t 3, Pric., 3d Clou, av t..STAMP NO MORE ENVELOPES. -" 5, - Beonciuai. - C J ' Troches -.. JUIirt I. li' yw,. - PAWNS BIBLE FOE BOOZE. Twenty-one Washington. The government will prolmtily discontinue the prnetleo of printing stamped envelopes with the ad Hog Price Record Broken. dress of business firms in the corner. IndiaiiiiiKills, ind. The local hog mar it is stated thut the house cumniltli-ket rcaehed Hie highest luslnt in its his- - on Kjtoffires und jsMtroads Mill Include lory lodny, the top price being $M0 per in Its Mgular uppropihitluu bill for the hundred ismUuIs. The bulk of sales were department a provision decluring that made at .fMSfsOJiS. the practice shall cease. MOKE GOLD IN ALASKA. TORNADO IN FLORIDA. PAHKtH a llAIR BALSAM II. ir n; y ."II 1 . PENSION EMPLOYE. Railroad Have System $1,- 000,000 Paid Annually. Washington Twenty-onrailroad s)s- (ems In the United .States iiioii tiitlr employes and moio than COO.noo men . now working upon thoso lines uru glide to tho benefits, ucourdiug to a statement compiled by the bureau of statistics of IJio Dejurtuivnt of Coin inrrco and I.auor. More than 1,31)0 pen. sioncd lallroad men in the t'nittvi Ktatt'J received ncurly $1,000,000 iu l'JOT. e Tho supply of salt is said to bo prac tically Inexhaustible, To those who ixeklnj to Redeem Others, Preacher Wat Himself Reclaimed. aro gloomily anticipating the giving l.a out of tho world supplies this ought to town Crosse, Wis. doing into u down saloon to pieaeli to loungers bring fresh courage. against the evil of diink, Last year over seven and a half mil- - city mission convert and volunteer jirtuclier in many JjiCro.se churches, Hobs' worth of toys wero Imported. was ovenonio by his old love for whisthe supreme court has decided ky, Mini, falling fiom grace, pawned the Ad are more necessaries of life iwuie wniih lit) curried for VI) cents' that dolls thaa toys. So tup century, at least, worth of llouor. laiter Kviiui re turned arid stvtirrd the Bible from an cannot bo criticised for Its lack of to the cheering duty of tnak-- other bartender, the litUs oaf kaDoy. United Stites Geological Survey Makes Blj Ditcovety. Washington. New deceits of irold In Alaska have been discovered bv the Mgeqts of the I'nltcl Ktutes (,'culpgical uroy. Xnure ure pUrar gold depoits In the nuoko district, the Central Kuskokwini alloy ami the New Haldatoros district luce Jhb!) Alaska has mid Sino.oiio.ooo Tho territory was bought Mi gold alone. iroiu Jitusia, in 1B0( fur $7,000,000. Small Village Is Wrecked and 25 Art Hurt. Tumps, Flu. News reaches here of a terrijlc hurricane in the mldJIu section f the stute. A small village three mile orth of I.ul. eland was almost wrecked. The station was blown from its founda tion, telephone und telegraph wlies,vere blown down, und crop budly damaged. lucnty-iivixrtons were in I he ut Ion hen It wax blown from its fouudatiou and a number were puinfully injured. piso'S 1 ClWe.inaanUcIicfwhcnlat Rf for Children ai it U effective. All DrussUli. i AT ROCHDALE STATE-WIDE Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News (Jntlicrrcl from All Vnttu of the .Slnle, Humble Start of Builnei In England That Amount Now to $500,000,000. PROHIBITION About sixty years ago a few pool workmen In Rochdale, Eng., formed a llttlo cooperative Rocloty and started HOUSE BILL FORBIDS MANUFAC ton. a tore which wa Ttcpt onnn evening TURE, SALE, BARTER OR GIFT Senator Chlpman's bill providing for by the member, who took turns In 18 PlXED. 8AFEBLOWER8 AT WORK. OF INTOXICANT8. BOUDLE LIABILITY apiary Inspectors, to aid In stamping ervlnB as ntnrnVn.nrrn out bee dlaeues, wa passed 25 to 6, Thor wore enrnoit. h.iril of Defunct Bank Are Office of Feddert & Sons, Covington Misdemeanor to Violate Pledge. practical Ideallit, says tho Twentieth PROVIDES DISPENSARIES FOR Grain Merchant, ti forTwlee the Amount of Century Mngailno. tct It Is doubtful Holding. Senator .1. J. Walking, of Stur- Wrecked. Their If tho moat langulno of their number In tho senate a Act Ha Backing of Prohibition So. r,l. Introduced - Kt legal punish Stockholder of tho (Wngton, Kjr. From tho appnnr-nnc- In Uioio early day conceived how that provides I t' Opposed bill city and W. C. T. U., But Saving Hank and of the ofneo of Knddoni & Sei)i, great would ho tho movement that ment for the man who violates hi by League a Being In- written campaign pl.dgc after he .has it provident, Jntm-grain merchant, 420 and 122 Pike should materlatlio out of what wa In, expedient. ervlng n five year' lrcL snfeUowers must hnvo used an augurated In so bumble n way. been elected to ofllco. As tho fcaqnn i ,w From i ovorohargo for such a measure Bonntor Watftlns of dynamlto or Dliroly-corl- grown that llttlo lirclnnlne. has n he penitentiary, wo Ky ., ay : eri ono of the moat succcfuf for twlco the Frankfort, Ky. The "dry," anger cays In tho preamble to tho bill that 0. Ii. FIZEH, ML. Sterling, kidney and , mdltoni to blow an old fashioned fo. (. Ir holding. Thlii WJW Tho deor of tho snfo was found 10 foot tcrprlse of Its kind. Great wholesale ed at the fate of several county-uni- t 7i. hnvo IVI","' Whereas a public oflleo la a public wny against a wall. WhJln thn illnl nl societies, enormous warehouse, itorcs, bill at the hands of tho senate com- trust, nna wncreas puuuc omcmis arq n of Judge Walter Kva.ni Man;h j commoncot, nMng , jl ouit, who ordered the tho info was Imbedded In n wall, and factorle and shop and a fleet of mittee on religion nnd moral, came servants of the people to whom people Pornnft tnd continued for threo month J powers, and t 0Vpr to 1,10 re tho windows and" othor effects about ocean itenmors aro but a fow visible .; to I'Sr have not used lt lnco,nor havo I felt back at tho "wet" with nothing less havo intrusted ccrtnln result and valuable assets whereas the trusts nnd special In t vtr amounts aro duo tho ofllco wcro shattered. w What I great fraternal federation of of this than a statc-wldprohibition bill. terests constantly seek to thwart tho i pain." worker. . f ,t d. lon. Direct Judgment puzzling to nil who tho job Is that In the presidential Inaugural address Thla now turn In tho fight wag engiwill of the peoplo and to corrupt their i.V i a iR'.n - 30 Tho largest single oaignaof aoap could bo traced In tho delivered by W. It. Rao at tho last neered by Representative Gcorgo W. representatives-- , sucn a measure nas for-- r ork. Chief Hnhulnr nml Lhn ilntno j a l agahni r.wVlcl Ulce. congros of tho union the Waggoner, of Henry county. Among become necessary, to tho shame of the hut now rcnlitlrtR llvo form of Covington are Inclined . if speaker, nftcr referring to tho fact the provisions for Tbs J,laBcnl a clauao people of Kentucky." The bill pro Mink that It wai tho work of ami. of the hill .be w against lours. They effected an entrance hr that tho last year had been n very providing for a vote on tho constitu- vides that when a man announces him Nin tia in lea when lU tmr u rick thf wO Judgment U granted loaucb and bowtk are ngjit. In forcing tho staplo on a alldlng door trying ono throughout England owing tional self as a candidate for membership A! ? In tho aum of 19,000. amendment to take effect Jan. In eltlier house of the general assem CARTER'S LITTLE to tho. cxtrcmo business depression VflVlk Ihnrii , MC'jj mint he paid br Ujc stock- that prevnllcd throughout tho realm, 1, 1912, If passed by a threo fifths vote bly of Kentucky, or for any state of LIVER PILLS benefit of the creditor. easy accers to tho otllce. They did no fvr IV sssssw I continued: of the members of both houses. It fice In this eommonwcaltn, ne snail, entlrbutEniilrc sssr drilling, but instead knocked tho haii Hut even In tho face of the natural also prohibits tho manufacture, and when called upon by a reasonable ASSURED. rtlo off tho aafo door. As the afe conHEMP POOL ahrlnkage In trado tho figures for the sale, barter, exchange or gift of alco number of tho voters of the district tained no money their work was for year, so far a PHHaSHTTLI I Curtt Coa j trading Is holic Intoxicants In the state of Ken- vhlch he seeks to represent, set out t! potion. Are Sanguine of Control. naught. Prcmottra Durconcerned, aro very favorable. In writing his view upon and how ho 90 Per Cenl of Crop. I ng it ing tho year 1908 the business done tucky, but It provides for dispensaries shall vote upon the leading question Hon, FATAL MINE EXPLOSION. to bo conducted by the stato In each by societies exceed that of 1907 which are to come before the general Sick W. Newman, of Kr--- J. by nearly 2,000,000, having risen county where liquors can bo sold for assembly for enactment or before the Haadache, after Eatlsf. and Six Men Instantly Killed In 8tearr, Webticr ,. Charles ! 105,717,699 to from 107,550,(54, and medicinal purposes. This bill has the state official for execution. PiO. Saull Dow, Small Prica This IlourUm county; coal and Lumber Co. Mine. v r ' d C'lart of GENUINE must bear tignature: tho membership by nearly 100,000, backing of the prohibition society and wilting shnll bo filed with the clerk and C. K. Chonault, of from 2.434,085 to 2.61C.194." W, C. T. U., but Is opposed by tho of any or nil counties of tho candiand unty, John Karri Somerset, Ky. Six mon were killed v Mr. Rao also held that the League on tho ground date's district, and shall bo mado a of Oarrard county; T. Instantly by an explosion In Mlno N. erators "havo an entry Into and some r kj I public record. If tho candidate Is onJ Thonui Hryan, of 1 of tho Steam Coat and Lumber Co. Influence on tho llfo of nearly 2,000,- that It is Inexpedient. tt IUr elected to the ofllce for which he Is HOSPITABLE MAN. wet hero ind compared at Stcarn. Tbcro wcro no other men 000 homes, or between i and Want Distilleries Probed. running bo shall bo held accountable for a .m i f their canva In lho mlno at tbo tlmo. The dead: tho wholo community." A Joint resolution was offered by to his constituency for tbo way In crop of hemp In this tto. H. Thrahcr, Edward Thraihor. Representative Waggoner asking that which he casts his voto upon the leadthat they had under Kllhu Orundy, Ulchard Grundy, John f A Strange Custom of Alaska. tho speaker of tho hnuso of rcprescn ing questions named In the record, ' Kit jO per cent or tho aero-t- r Troxrl and Daly King. Tho overload Perhaps tho most Interesting arch ta tiros and tho president pro tern, of and If the official falls or refuses to year, and ing of a boll by a miner I blamed for i'5 bo Brown thJ M aeological discovery made on tho th senate appoint a commlttco com- voto as he Is pledged to his constlt Mr. Kllhu Orundy, who i ex' i o! tho grower will be held tint accident. y Monday to organize the was aMecp nt her homo a short dls north coast of Atanka has a relation posed of threo members of each body, uency, he shall bo demcd guilty of the o e j' to tho present mothoda of personal embozzlemt-nof power," which Is purposo of Investigating tho K "3t r He up (rowers association. tanco from tho tccno of tho explosion. decoration now used by the natives of for the question of taxation of tho Kentucky made a felony, triable In any county repret entail vea from saw It all In a dream, she says, when Alaska, the most significant jL feature of distilleries. The resolution sets out of tho official's district, by a Jury of conn- r' c M she awakened she rushed to the which I tho wearing of Up buttons, or tho fact that It was reported that the his peers. If found guilty, ho and all oijoters aro sanguino that mouth of the mine, where, tho heavy 1 ny tno men. present cus participants in his "corruption" J aro : at least 90 per cent, molt of imoko told of an explosion laurcti, that when a Tno Is 14 or 16 distilleries or Kentucky are unlawfully of his be confined In the state prison 7 torn I boy withholding from tho state $250,000 shall of Uso crop In tho pool. "set Co Iralde. She alarmed tho neighborhood years of age holes aro pierced In his on taxes annually; also, from tho for not less than two nor more than "Our master is a charming man. and a roiculng party soon brought out lower lip, ono below each corner of counties In which MAY 10. tho distilleries are twenty years. DERBY WILL BE RUN Every year he admits one or ns to hi the mouth. A small wboden plug Is nt tho hodle. i Sought. $250,000 more, and from the Half a Million table." first Inserted to keep tho holo from located . Nt Louitvllle Jockey Club An growing together, and month by monlh school funds of tbo various counties The next most important bill Intro-luccBIC DEFICIT REPORTED. The Fight Against Tuberculosis. and graded school districts many In the scnato was one for an stakes for Spring Meeting. rJtmcti n bigger and bigger plug Is used, till cam- Tntamaf in ha AntMllhl-rmlloalthousands more. The resolution also appropriation of nearly $500,000 for Not Enough Money In Treasury to Pay finally tho opening are half an Inch waged throughout the sets out the fact that the Kentucky the many improvements of the state jjnIte(inow DeDg evidenced by tho fact . Ky Tho Now IjouIrvIIIo V In diameter. At this point tho young Outstanding Warrant. statcg ja VI t t ib announced It slake for man begin to wear etono or Ivory distillers arc paying to the United peniienuaries, wnicn incjuuo a u year 19M 16J new Jn : government $50 tax on each hospital, workshops and hBrculoglg nSSOclatioBB were formed. it r, s mooting Threo new Frankfort, Ky. Although It has plugs. The ornaments aro put in State c r.'i of $1,000 added money, been but a month slnco tho sheriff tot- from the Inside ordinarily as one brrrcl for eight years' taxes and ex- nany other improvements. 123 tuberculosis sanatoria and hosolt- on the mH fjr havo bwn Tho committee on publir roads and wera established, and 91 tnbercu- tlcraents, there Is not enough money might Insert a button Into n shirt actly 38 cents to Kentucky ono barrol for eight years. nMni to tho Hit, making sis fixed hlghways reported favorabu aenate i08ia dispensaries were eponed. Ctom-bilIn tho treasury to pay oft Uic outstand front. Usually tho two buttons worn same providing for the stabllshmont Dare,i vith previous years, this la the 11.000 added money each for ing" warrants by nearly $150,000, and are each of a different sort, while The bill of Senator E. M. Taylor, cf that ago. There are alio tho deficit In tho general expense fund sometime only ono of the hole providing that tho salaries of tho etc., of tho office of state commission- - test record thus far made In the fight t, "w K -- a ky Derby, for runs to nearly $200,000. Tho report filled, and In summer men aro occa prison commissioners and tho clerk of er of public roads, creating the office utabast consumption In this country. 'th a guaranteed value of 16,000, of Auditor James, at the close of busi alonally met with who wear no but the prison board should be Increased of county engineer and providing for During the year 1909, 4S more asse i:J lit Kentucky Oaks,':' for a levy of 0 cents on each $100 for a claflons for the prevention of tubercu-roa- d ness for January, Is that tbcro are ton at all. When a visitor la seen ap passed by a voto of 26 to 2. with a guaranteed Taluo of $352,813.72 duo on outstanding war proaching, however, the ornaments fund. tosls were formed than during the pre- Senate Hill 75, Introduced by Sena IC'M Tho other stakes for Scnator Hosworth offered a bill pro rlous 12 months, and 62 more hospitals rants. There Is also a deficit In the are always Inserted, for one does not ator I W. Arnett, providing that tho it re three In number, the added general expense fund of $185,111.81 feel dressed without them. In pre- circuit clerk of Kenton county bo em' vldlng for the stabllshmont and main - tnd sanatoria were established. Ob sary for cairh bring $1,000. The and thero Is remaining In the sinking paring for sleep they are usually re- powered to act temporarily as county tenance of public libraries by appro January 1, 1910, there were In the vb assocl- annually 10 cents for every ted States 394 i o announces an Incruanol num-be- t fund but $191,348.55 and In tho school moved. Harper' Magazine. commissioner of that county In order c crrrnlghl handicaps for the fund but $122,338.15, so that the bal atlons, 386 hospitals and tuberculosis to break the deadlock now existing In ehlld of school age. e g The Kentucky Derby will bo Senator Taylor urged the passage of sanatoria and 265 special tuberculosis Compulsory Buying of Bible. nce to work on I but $187,542.20. the commission over election of some :a Mir 10. sell Tho first Dlblo printed In Scotland officers, was passed, 22 to G. i bill making It a misdemeanor to per-- dispensaries. ' 'tobacco In pool or other pledged waa Issued complete In 1579. In the NO MONEY IN TREASURY. Dxst. Ic, Ky Tho mule and Jack same year, by act of parliament, orery Committee Will Investigate Charges. tonal property. v Senator Hubbel presented a bill l&Hti In this locality has been very Fayette County Officer Can Not Re gentleman, householder and others Stirred nnd chagrined by the nkinP it nninwf.il tn nlleo or soli ""b People assembled to honor the r ve rwntly, and aomo fancy prices "worth tbrle hundrcth merkl of yler-ll- charges published that four state sen, celve Pay Until Close of distinguished guest Hie been cti'alnod. W. T. Itoblnaon rent or abone," and overy yeoman ator haev been gobblod up by the any future salary by any state, county Fiscal Year. iid J! head of work mule for tho I , and burgess with 500, had to pro liquor Interests for the puny sum of or cuy omcer. t j ku nrm of Campbell Representative watbcfn market at an average of Islington. Ky. Thore I mourning vide, under a penalty of 10, "a Hlble $20,000, tho senate passed a resolution coun y. introducedWeber, affecting FL b0 nl" a pl T, a bill !.- head , John K. Haughman and gnashing of teeth among tho fu and psalmo buke In vulgaro language to appoint a commlttco of Ave mem scone .to transported eJ a rno Jack to Andrew Qulasen tlontsts who took possession of the In thalr houssl for tho hotter Instruc bcrs, three democrats and two repub Thomas. He said that, in 187S. a char- - nls tnumpn. was granted to FL Thomas, which of Lincoln, III., for $2,000. 8ev Fayetto county offices on Jan. 1. It tion of thamo sclffls and thlr famelljs lican, to investigate tho charges. Tho tcr had a population of 200. Now It then head of Jack and mules It Is all becnuso there Is no money In In tho knawlcdgo of God." Is appointed Senators committee ' ... fhansvd hands at Icis price. To see that tho provisions of the Thomas of Paris, chairman; Burnam has about 4,000, and ho wanted the tho treasury, and County Attorney D. T""- ,nH. above act wero carried Into effect, the of Richmond, Heard of ShelbyvUlo city to come under the fourth class. wt th la;V'3rt Kv Hev. Perlor A. 11a Gray Falconer dcclaaa thnt tho mm following year a searcher was appointThe bill was passed by a vote of 68 h0Uie'a aignatlon, tho hostess waa who hold the ofllccs can receive no and Nowcorab of Louisville, which or lv v f"cral superintendent of tho with power to visit the houses of gunltcd, selecting Senator Dowllng of nnnnlit tn Inncn . Ciinrtax? XfntrfiTinn" rtr rf UUD wlv IU J pay after tho close of the fiscal ed Ionnuu of America, was var untilJune 30. those signified by, tho act "and to re- Lawrcnccburg, as tho fifth momber of Louisville Pastors Fight Bill. the Pittsburg Dispatch. on I.fd ta Washington quire tho slcht of thalr Psalmo Hulkta to help puh Declaring tho bill now pending In commission and electing him the rzn tno bill to provent tho ship and Hyblltls." In a footnoto It Is add- the the Kentucky legislature providing committee's sccrotary, Sergcant-at- Frankfort. Ky. Tho Southern f-Reliable. cf l.iuor from ono statu to an ed: "Tho privy council had In 1575 October 12 ot each year shall bo Head Bookkeeper Must be !'t local option territory. Ho clflc won Its suit In tho Kentucky commanded nnd charged 'the princ- Arras Mott Ayres was Instructed to that aside as a legal holiday, to bo appeals agumst having Its ipalis and Hcldlsmcnof eucry parochln summon beforo tho committee the set The chief bookkeeper In a largo busi "i telegram whllo making court of taxablo property assessed at $jO,000, alswelll to Hurgh as Landwart' to con- correspondents of tho nowspapers In known as Columbus day, Is In viola ness house In one of our great Westtion ot that clause of the constitution whose papers the report was publish 000 In Jefferson county for tho year tribute and collect ern cities speaks ot tho harm coffee 5 for .the which says that "no preference shall did for him: rort, Ky Cliosper gas for Now. 190C. Tho effect of tho decision is to of n Hlble to be placed In every od, and also Senator Watklns, tho au bo given to any religious society, sect v 100,18 'My wlfo thor of the Bta.tcment. Tbo power of I drank our first cup n nMurpl now assess tho property at $500,000. In nn pariah kirk," Jkl1 or denomination," tho Louisville Mln of Postum a and over two years ago, the committee Is unlimited. llttlo other caso growing out of tho same lsterlal association adopted a resolu and wo have used it ever since, to the Jfollfd a new ordinance. Tho now assessment tho court of appeal Insurance Bill Passed. tion unanimously protesting against France's Dig War Fund. granta 11. O. Hcrr. who mado tho $50,' entire exclusion of tea and coffee, It fu At tbo present time, and for Notwithstanding tho declarations of the passage ot the proposed measure happened In this way: W l!l provide for n rato of V, 000.000 assessment, hi fee of $9,900 ture, as wel', thero lying nt thethe Hank Senator K. E. Hogg that Senate Hill Will Hold Night Sessions, "About three and a half years ago '" rT 1.000 ruble feet, with flvo for this high rate. of Franco, In Paris, a rcaervo gold store 68 was loaded, N'lght sessions ot the general ns I had an cttack ot pneumonia, which and asked tho ques ' et the bills aro paid within 160,000,000, which Is, In fact, Hon of "lt lt Is not truo that tho bill was sembly will begin at no distant left a memento In the shape ot dyspoo-United writes ono correspondent, "looked Ky. Deputy Lexington. Considering the fact that sla. or rather, to sneak more correctly. for tho benefit of an lnsur. date. Htnti- - Marshal Muys returned from a upon .is a war fund, beside which tho Introduced bill the session Is half over and not neuralgia o tho stomach. My 'cup ot Ky-J- on Smith, ono of raid on moonshiners, covering tho twenty millions of Germany look very anco company of Louisville?" tho a bill nas passed ootn nouses, cheer had always been coffoo or tea, nfroea who eicaped from rrontrr part of the Kentucky moun small." nut the Gorman "Krelgschatx," passed. tho need for night sessions Is readily tut I becama convinced, after a time, en'y Jailer IlalllnRcr,' when' being Purse Open for Education. were or emergency war chest fund, only tains. Two big dlstlllcrlea n to the Kentucky will take no backward apparent. When tho old capltol build- -- that they aggravated my stomach trou-In- g and Uireo moonshiner cap amounts to six millions sterling, and lt courthouse to bo en ( In North Frankfort, near tho Cap- 'bio. I happened to mention tho raat-ltstops In tho great forward eduu lho I'eultentlary, was ar-"- tured. Ho also oaught Henry uuni la lying not In the Relchibnnk, at Rer. ,r hotel, was In use, afternoon ses- - ter to ray grocer one day and he eng- progress In movement ''lo trying to beat hlg wjy gan, n deserted from tho United States un, but In tho vaults of tho Julius tow- cational monoy will slons were held toward tbo closo of gested that I give Postum a trial a " engcr ms nt FL Fremont. S. C er. In tbo fortress of Spandau, near within its boundaries if train near Uidlow.and nriiiicrv tho general assembly. Now, however, 'Next day It came', but tho cook made uack here. . v the capital, against the coming of Ger- keep up tho Interest. The house , of tho dlstanco between tho tho mistake ot not boiling lt sufficient Ky. Mndsoy Horry, 05, many's next evil dny. It has boen ly- committee on tho State uulvorslty aud because building Frankfort, capltol and tbo Capital hotel, ly, and we did not like lt much. This nn (Jrcen, Ky. As ' a ' cqnso-- O of Henry county, died In tho penicen ing thero as n dead fund ever slnco Eastern and Western Normal schools reported favorably u bill that will pro- the clearing house for legislative mat was, however, soon remedied, and now sclf-lfhe death of hi wife, Hen n.irv hnsnltnl an a result of Qoriuany received from Franco her ters and headquarters ot most ot the we like It so much that we will never 250,000,000, from vide nn appropriation of $60,000 for Sr, 70, prominent business nirinii wound, llo ha been In prison war lndomnlty of J1 Pcutura, being a food believed to be next change back. tho university and $75,000 each for legislators, lt but two woeks, having been brought which It was taken. n tho nonnal schools. Tho bill was In- to Impossible to get a quorum ot leg- beverage Instead ot mydrug, has been id 4 Lt hi ixmI mlno. 25 miles hero on a stretcher after nn attompt stomach trou troduced by Representative Herring-to- n islators baok to tho capltol for an aft the means ot curing romt- - c wlUi a suicide, In order to escnpo rlllo and a to commit Twelve Million Telephone. and la being pushed lu the house ernoon session following an adjourn ble, I verily believe, for I am a well seven yoars' sentence for ' i; mufcilit to keep him com- - serving a man today and have used no other It la reported that there aro now In by his associates on tho commltteo. ment nn bour or so before. tit manslaughter. remedy, this country 12,000,000 telephones, or "My work as chief bookkeeper In our one for every two houioa In the coun' TO LOOSEN ARTICLES. WAYS OF CECIL RHODES. 'nston, Ky Superintendent, LouIbvIIIo, Ky. A loss of $25,000 try. This doe not mean that f ot It tumblers becomo fixed, tap gcntly Co.'s branch house hero Is my a very Cecil Rhodes always did things on Kiao a wunt of thehoro was caused by a firo in a building of During of the residences In the country a big scalo. Sometimes his gardener rouud with another tumbler, and, like confining nature. ... nt ,ho Kentucky aasocla. thn W'nlkun estate hero. Tho Von contain nn Instrument, slnco many days I was subject to nervhim for two or threo doz- magic, thoy will corao apart. It n glass Co., Haron & Son, CIo business houses havo a large numbor would ask VSfk anrt 11,0 ,0'nJ ' 251, tho Horrloa-Graousness nnd 'the blues' In addition to en rose bushes or fruit trees. Rhodo stopper Is fixed, tap round with animirbor that bus beou ut 'tbo vor. Wright & Italnoy and William u but the figures aro Instructive and Il"What's other, and It will lie loosened. You my sick spells. These have loft mo exclaim: "I.. Horgmann, n cafo proprietor, aro the luminating. Practically everybody who would Impatlontly lrt tile flrut astr I.. and I can tho good of two dozen of anything? will always havo tho same result. The since I began using Postum It to those tny y Is anybody In tbo cities or towns and Count by hundreds and thousands, not rule Is, tap each artlclo with another conscientiously recommend heaviest leser. whose work confines them to long vlllngo has a telephone, whllo those rt . A thousand Is tho only of a similar kind. vmnlifort. Kv. With the prediction la tbo country districts are legion, by dozens. hours ot severe mental exertion mnrriago oi Mlsi way to produco any effect or umkn .i There's a Reason." tkhX "T ,,1,ruaj to Warflold O, that tho "Stars and liars will float Tho astonishing fact I that each of any money." Is Riant with Them. Look In pkgs. for the llttlo book, Ifll . WM aclomnUod at U)i b.rldo's ovor tho classic and chivalrous speech thcio phones Is used on an average "I feel like congratulating some ,g tao eldest daugh remark of tho of six time a day. Tho totnl number "The height uv folly ain't alius people," says tbo Philosopher of "The Road to WellvUle." U,,, . er8110 I. of Nnshvlllo, of cull lu a year runs up Into the bll rcachod by a long ladder." Beaton, Folly, "when they tell mo 'I'm ISver rrml tbe nboe IrMert A n i "Ram, Clilot Jiutlcu and Mrs of Hev. H. M. Hullose, wit on apprara fruui lime la lliuc Tby The groom I tho State Conference of tno amiss- lions nnd I not appreciable by the Herald, arc cruuluc, true, and full l( kttwM 'eeiing like myself." ''itM 8 aH tmUrcst, human mind. commissioner. leon Lcaguo came to a close. Representative Ch'nn, of Calloway, presented a petition requesting that Thrt tho confederate mildlors bo pensioned. SuTireJ Ten YeartXtlUv'd in MoniM J nan as to r&n.vJin. Reprefentntlvo Prlre's bill to secure tho registration of plumbers nnd Inspector of plumbing In first nnd oc ond class cities was passed by a vote of 73 to 2. This Is a sanitary measure. Representative i'flco li from Coving- KIDNEY TROtteLB $lnS o Anti-Saloo- n fi-- ' iw o 1 Make the Liver Do its Duty -- Let .(it, --- or ,'r'n..!r Sn ji'DUtri i.n. n.:'r i co-o- p Anti-Saloo- - iol one-fourt- h one-fift- h r:r -- -- t hemp-producin- g k d n anU.u-cellhous- e, per-tuz- -- - , ls iti'-w- 1 thrce-yoar-"f- two-year-- two-yea- 1 Unl-printi- -- -- "l MX"TjJ?ZT?Z ,u" .,. wCLEAR-HEADE- JHfii i.,. I g k't P' pur-chas- q 1 al 1 11 'f n 1 r " Ja. ono-hal- coffeo-drtnkln- g C ft uixie,-cnnr-iiu'l- nc 4 & - OTFg) ttk Neuralgia Stops EROSION CONTINUES. rrporteil Hint tho river Is rut ting Into the banks nt a rnpld rate nt M ml rid llonil, this roiinty, nnd In nil probability It Is n matter of only a short time when It will form n now channel. . IJnHlon continues at Dlrkersou UiikIIiiK both enst nnd west banks tnvlng off, nnrrowlng tho strip of bind I hut lies between tin point of tho liorsi' shoe like bond. At present it lit loss thnn n hnlf mllo from tho Imnk on tho onst ship to tho bank on the woxt side, although It Is nl most thirty mllo by rlvor nround from olio of those plncos to tho other If tho wnshlng rontlnues nt this nnr row nook, raving ns It Is from both sides, It will bo only n short tlmi until tho wnter will rush tlirntigh forming n now ehnnnol. It In I THREE BIG CARS The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve pain. Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application, stops neuralgia ains at once, quic'ts the nerves, relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immediate relief. One Application Relieved the Pain. with It since." Mr. J. C. Lfk, of 1100 Ninth St . S. " I advised a lady who was a great sufferer ment After one application the patn left E., Washington, D. C, writes: from neuralgia to try Sloan's liniher and she has not been troubled Sloan's is the best remedy for Rheumatism, event tho rlvor does got through n this point It will ruin from 12.000 to 1R. 000 nrros of fln bottom land owned principally by Finis Clark. Jot llnwkins. Mrs. M. A. Wntson. J. II Adams, Mr. Everett nnd n few others J. J. (.'. Itomlurnnt tins already lost a HOncro farm, nnd the Harris es tnte hns suffered the loss of mnuv acres. This will nlso leave New Madrid Mo., which Is now on tho rlvor something llko 10 or IK tulles bnck from tho rlvor nnd will ruin her rlvor business. It will shorten tho stenm bont time between Hlckmnn nnd Cn nithursvlllo nbout six hours, saving them about 30 miles run. We have not learned whether or not any steps will be tnkou to try to provnnt tho rlvor rutting through at this pliieo. but hh tho soil Is loose nnd windy. It would b hiird to chock A little more high water will tell tin tnlo. NOTICE. I will hnvo my "Ambcrg's Favor Ito" pure Sugar House Molasses put up In all size buckets this summer, arid wlir be Just oxnetly the same goods as I have always hnd' In bar Thoso who know clnlm Hint In tho BUGGIES Staver, Anchor Geo. Delker and Hickman Hdw. Co's Liniment nnd Sl.OO. Sloan's TrratUe on tlie Hnrte arnt f'rrr. Aililrrts DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. At All Druggists. 1'rlco !!5c, GOc. A Stiff Joints and Sprains and all Pains. m La I 19933 I CARD. EXPLAINED. have taken charge of the Hick :nan Furniture Co. business and I wish to say that I am here for bust uess and expect to glvo my whole attention to It The Company has had the name of keeping the beet line of goods In West Kentucky and 1 will continue to keep up the reputation and endeavor to Improve the stock, if possible. Cail and see me. E. E. REEVES. 0 1 rels during tho winter, as light In color, and the tasto will bo tho same The best flavored molasses on tlx market Everything else In my Grocery Is Just ns pure and good In tho same proportion to tho molasses Just received my stock of Welch Bros. Maple Co.'s pure Mapel Sap Syrup and Sugar. When In need of somo good Syrup, Mapel Sugar. Mo lasses. Etc., Come in and aeo me. I am agent for tho Oliver Typewrit cr Co., and have a samplo machine In my store. BEST VSTAV.i!'.iJir J. L. AMDEItO. WHY BUY AT HOME. Read the Courier. ill. 4 C& tewarfs IRON HUde by The Stewart Iron Worki Co., Cincinnati, ft FENCE Mrs. Parrot I hear that the newly wedded De Monks had quite a catastrophe when they started on their honeymoon trip? Airs. I'ellcan Yes, the wedding train was derailed. Old Jumbo saw them off and playfully throw one of Ms old shoes I Is cheaper. tnin wood and lasts fur- style, finish andthereeopiMonof aworM-wid- e reputation as tholwst fencs made. Over loo handsomo designs for residences Iron vases. Iron settees ana umiui. etc STEWART'S ' Call and see low pme you. We themagents are Illcltmaii, - R. L. GRAY, No. 03. For the man who wants a small pleco of ground Just outside the city, wo have Just what he wants, Twonty-sl(20) acres, on tho Dyers - W burg road, 1V4 miles from Hickman, prices will torlor Ihlz locality. j. with good house, barn and outbuild Ings. For a limited time only wo Agent nave tho price of $1000. Sco us at - X3?y. once. Courier Uealty Co. x Because: You oxamlne your pur chase and ore assured of satlsfac Hon before Investing your money, Because: Your homo merchant, Is nlways ready to make right any or ror or any defective artlclo purchas ed of blm. Uecausc: When yon are sick or for any reason It Is necessary for you to ask for credit, you can go to the local merchant. Could you ask It of a mall order house ? Hccauso: If a merchant Is willing to extend you credit you should glvo blm the benefit of your cash trade Hccauso: Tho local dealer pays taxes nnd exerts overy effort to bet tcr nnd build your market, thus In creasing tho valuo of both city and country property. Because: Tho mall order merchant does not lighten your tnx or In any way help tho valuo of your property Hccauso: Tho mall order merchant does nothing for the benefit of local markets or real estate values uecausc: Tho best citizens gen crally patronize home Industry Why not bo ono of thoso T Because: If you glvo your home merchant an opportunity to compete, by bringing your order to hi in in the quantities you buy out of 'our ho will demonstrnto Hint, quality con sidered, ho will savo you money NOTICE I I It. - f w i A i SMUS 4hT Ak Hickman Furniture Company FURNITURE AND 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-Clas- s up-to-dat- e. Commissioners of Kentucky at tholr office In Frankfort at Its uext regu lar meeting and present petition and ask for tho tmrolo cf one, Will John son, sent from Fulton County and now confined at tho Branch I'enul tentlary at Eddyvllle, Ky., charcged with murder. 35- -t I, tho undersigned, will appear bo- roro mo Itonoraulo Hoard of lrison We have the goods the styles and prices are from 2.50 to 3.00 less than at any other place. Why? We buy them just as cheap and our freight is from 2.00 to 3.00 less. We can sell you a nice, smooth Open Buggy for VAL CAR PENT Eft. O A $10,000 HEN. always pleased to show our goods whether you buy or not. We are here to accomodate the public. We Can Save You Money Orpington fowls for I7.G00 In l!)0S I'eBey,' the mothor of these flvo birds Is tho most fumous and nrob ably tho most vnluablo beu that over drew a breatb. Sho has boon scored at 97 points out of a possible 100. and Is valued at $10,000 becnllso $2- G00 was refused for herself, unil flvo of her progeny sold for $7,000. She has been exhibited ut a number of shows all over tho country as a spec ial reuture, her owner receiving for this service 'itt0 to $500 per week 1'oKKy kocs from show to show ac companied by a special attendant, who sees to her every comfort and keeps her white plumage spotlessly clean. Sho wears u gold leg baud, set with u diamond, and drinks from a cut glass drinking fountain - Collier's Weekly. A Tho record sale of fancy fowls was a breeding pen of five White $40.00 I less Harness. is the price. . g All that's cheap about the All we ask is a show. rig o I'nducnh paper says: Ono of tho youngest prisoners over urrested by Elwood Neel, deputy united States Marshal, was Eddie 1'crklns, 10 years old. Tho lad was arrested ut Qulnn. Caldwell county, on tho charge of taking a letter from a rural letter box, and appropriating tho contents. He waived examination, and was lilac 0m ed under 1100 bond for his nnnear- aaco In federal court iioxt April, HICKMAN (Incorporated) FURNITURE CO 8 E. E. REEVES, Manager 1 HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. (INCUHPOHATEO) O BROWNSVILLE. ALL S0RT8i44fctj ") IUUIIHH Kuu num uiui appropriated by Lou river Improvement. The Ht .trntrh iliil not seoro vcn .,t tho Mississippi and hor set uro II 2.600,000 which a good beginning. Tlio H I ,1 , II u " J 000 u (Milrnuo wan on i rmiii on appropriation for tlio t i.f tlio system. Anything . a river irniuc of linnl .ii 11 ihmjih im . buy soap; wo raise dog 1ioK, wo grow weed mid ntnn nnil broom; wo go rod ii a 10 build nmi cntcii sc school house i rIi. wi ,i i.ur children nwny from educated; wo send out i u nil n $10 KUli mid n $10 7 t t 10c gamo i that moil, did It over wo throw away VTaf Rest 1 ra Advance Styles LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S Fred Williams and wife vitted J. L. DoUon and family In Hlekaan thla week. u Felix Chick, of DogotA, Tenn.. vis ited J. W. Denton and family last week. Misses Clara Clack and Mattle Harper, of Bogota, Tenn., visited relatives In Drownsrllle this week. J. A. McCarty and wife have moved to Hobart, Okla., where they will In the future. We wish tbem success In their now home. Judging from present indications. one of our bachelor friends will soon enter the state of matrimonial bliss. Ho haa our heartfelt sympathy. Quito a number gathered at tho Saturday home ot 8am Matthew night and enjoyed some splendid by Sousa, Ada Jones and Silly music Murray and last but not least, tho Brownsvillo Orchoatra. Our city is growing rapidly. Wo now havo two stores and last week the City Hall and barber shop wero moved to the north side of Dyers-bur- g avenue, and will undergo soino needed repairs. There will be a Bible Institute at Ilrowngvlllo Baptist Church, beginning Thursday night, March 3rd. Elds, Penlck, Moody and Ellis and a number of others from Martin, Tonn., are expected. Everybody Invited. re-sl- Cint lit ftikiomHi rw ifit I, itJ I ph Simi I'Hmf $3.(SO in this J(ed Cross model You don't have to break it in. Put it on, wear it all day, and at night you will say what hundreds of our customers have said "I never knew such comfort." 'Wear it and your feet won't smart nor ache; will never tire. The Red Cross Shoe bends with your foot. The moment you slip it on, you feel the difference. It gives a sense of ease you can't imagine until you have worn it. Made in all styles, all leathers you get absolute comfort in just the style you want. Your Feet Oxfords For Spring 1910 1 ..vnv with tho wng mid re Two yenra Inter, home tf.mc back for more swag dono lit tho moan li ar b i will bo dono to tho graft iioiiim. lobbyist nmi tlio now Infesting Iho duRrncInK Ki'ntucky Tlio half ovit with mid they 1 Now On Display All the seasons's latest creations for both ladies and gentlemen, in the cele- a. ! MM J to tho Democratic par t.uky (Jtnsiow Times v. r. ,. Iloone-Niitida- It bends with poker gamo nt night one of tho n called" allowed down U tho Inquest Monday v. lo ahot him sworo that he in hit hand mid that five ., jack la, lo any tho least . tiiar Doubtless It will bo stiflaMo 1 homlcldo. your foot brated RED CROSS and PACKARD lines. Nothing better popular prices. Let us show you. FULTON MERCHANT ASSIGNS. Alllo C. Roper a prominent young man and merchant of Fulton, mado an assignment Wednesday, naming Q. O. Bard, assignee. His assets are placed at $4,000. with liabilities of 16,000. Frank Provow and Willis Crafton wero sentenced to tho reform school at Lexington, by Judge Naylor this week. They wero charged with tak ing goods from Smith & Amberg's store. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue ot an execution No. 1ST. directed to me, which Issued from tbo Clerk's offico ot the Fulton Circuit Court, In favor of J. D. Leech against D. C. Co rum, I, or one ot my deputies, will, on Monday, tho 14th man Olllo Jamea will bo for Congress without nny and will bo elected next yeara, for another two kind of Congressman for .i have bo doesn't bear uka of n truat commodity i I TM DC "I lmvc suffered for years nmi after trying all kinds of shoes, have found my first relief in the Red Cross Shoe." Oxfords, J J. 50 and f, 4.00; High Shoes, 4.00 nj Jj.oo its comfort slone is worth double. Bradley & Parham Hickman's Fastest Growing Store. fien. H. A. Tyler left Monday for Mobile, Ala., to make arrangements which for tho Confederate will bo held at that placo April cdunts time Gen. Tyler never nor money when it comes to making a success It is the annual enough to know that he is looking after It. TWO GOOD SHOWS. H t i . DO WE WANT IT T I wish to nnnouco that I now represent Ccny llros. Klornl co., of Nnsh-vlllHero la n tip for tho Commercial and will appreciate any orders Club (If that august body can bo given me. Can fill any and all ordfound), and It will mean much to ers promptly and assure you that Hickman to tako hold of It: they will bo satisfactory. Will still continue with Jacob Scliulz, Louisville, and you have choice of tho two Speer & Sexton, Hickman, Ky. Frankyo Held. I have understood places. (rnicmen: that there was no flouring mill at Hickman, and I have been thinking of that placo to build a mill. I will & Co. Ho will probably appreciate any Information you might ago before ho return. bo nble to give 1110 on tho subject. How much wheat la raised around broke Into tho Christian there? Do tho farmers raise nnd function City. Ky., mid, market at Hickman enough wheat to r tiling, atolo tho atovo, supply tho trade or would wheat l. mil not to bo hot have to be shipped In to run a mill? How far la It to tho nearest mill r at Helmer, Tenn., ha would tho town offer any Inuti In three yeura ha pro-I- t and ducements to get a mill put up there "I worth of pig. n the way of location, llghta, water. kv wan admitted to tho Un-'- . taxes, etc? Aa It costs considerable money to and now haa a population build and operate a flouring mill. It !. square mile. stands a man well in hand to get it O 1 woll located and a custom mill Is ono of tho greatest drawing cards that a .'. Mherton. known as the the Kt. 1'atil coal mine. Ill, wna ahol and by a discharged Tlje shooting occurred odiea of entombed mlnera , rrrovered. . to tho Washington cor-o- f the Louisville Tlmca, f i lie postmaster at Hard ire April lit; nt Clinton. u Fulton, Juno 20; Murray. Ilu km mi, already out. the popular ahoo man. .y night for Ht. touts, to i w Kooda for tho firm of ( probab-mounde' . GOLD FISH 5c a pair, and a nice Glass Globe Since our last Issue, tho theatre goers of this city havo witnessed 3 spjeuuld performances two nights' performance by tho Frank Dudley Co., and ono by Coburn s Minstrels. lioth attractions brought good houses. Friday night, Frank Dudley, supported by a clever lot of good players played tho laughable comedy, "Hollo Ulll." Saturday night the play wns tlio "the New Steward," a com edy drama. If anything, tho company Is stronger thnn ever before, and pleased their large audiences more thnn any show that comes to Hick- Practical Fashions CHILD'S DRESS. town can have to draw country trade. Kvorythlng being equal, n farmer will go to tho town where ho can get his wheat ground when bo starts to town. ny Information on this subject will bo appreciated. It. D. McREYNOLDS. Pattern No. 3157, All Saaai - Kor tiny tola tho daar llttU trockr that lmiiK looss from yokea ar VRtU Allow. jiiy becoming and comfort' Mo well, alio tbo mother llk 'b. m lieraute they are eaay to tnaka J iify to launder. In tha largo "w tiic dress la mado of Una cam-t'l- c Ue yoko being i . i "nj. 'id rr' 1 li. . view tho frock la mado of I dr bl French chambray. Other ma-- ' Ial lilch may be uaed for Ita nt are handkerchief linen, "..i cambric, dimity, lawn, glng-- I .i'ii pcrcalo, llnunul, cashmere or Mi i silk. The pattern Is cut In ' f ttes, from H to 5 year. Kor n bi!i) of 3 year the drus require 3 ' ,rd of material 3G Inches wldo, iak l little wrist bands Iho neck odge, too, I scat-- I nil tho collarband omlttod. In hand-scat-- There Is a bare possibility of only three Important bills pusslng tho legislature this session. Theso bills nro tho good roads bill, the bank examiner bill und tho bill providing that u uniform system of accounting be kept Tto prooura this pattrrn snd 10 csnt Tho bank examiner In state offices. Htn ?h. nam iparliiint," of this pj anil bill Is oven a shado more boubtful tvro iu kivo and aad numW ot'pattarn. alza than the other two, and will bo In o touch to recolvo attention. Thoro u number of bills of minor imNO. db7. bibb it on good authority that are Wo havo thut will bo hurried through Wagon Co. 1 figuring portanceaesslon, though nono of them tho Hickman NME making a change In ownership In at thla the whole Btato n do the 011 . .....II. bnnwn Infill affect TOWN the near tuiuru. n threo minted above. capitalist may purchase It. This laSrilECT AND NO tho oldest concerns Iu Hickone of dardon seed at lletterswortb. & man ana uas iubuo a bjuuiiuiu TATB I'ruther'a. r at home and abroad. t N'mr ir there la ono thine Hickman need worse than n West Hickman Invito. It la a flour mill. Thcro la on ly ono reason why wo do not got It lack of enterprise. There la plenty of wheat grown In thla section to run It, and enough Hour anippeu in (and wo pay tho frolght on tho wheat going out nnd tho flour coming back) to muko tho mill a good Investment. Do YOU, Mr. Business Man. want milt In Hickman? u'o aimll im irlml tn furnish tho ad dress of thla company to all who aro Interested enough to write a leuer of encouragement to mora. Lct'a seo how many boosters tho City of Hickman has. If you take hold of this, wo will nni vnn unit" in n canning factory tiriitinslllnn Hint need a only a little encouragement to add another Industry to this town. Never In tho History or tno town havo wo had tho opportunities for tiiiminmminl vear's advance an.ii ment a now await development. What wo need la a row live, progrespublic sive, hustling, together and Mi.irii,..i fniinu-in start tho bull rolling. In other words wo need n new Commercial utuu, n lloostors' Club anything you want to on it inut an thev havo souio gin ger and u "glad hand" for people ho want to Invest tnetr cnpttai nero. iu iimn in null nutting these I.I....U nfr nn dm "other fellow." YOU nro tho man tluit should -- get busy. Kvory tlmo you lie about not la tho having time" or tho ranks man to Bee, you und knockof tho drones. ers If you havo u huslnesB or homo here. It la YOUIt duty to help make .!. i.mn iitL'cer and better; duty may not nppeal to you, so It la to ii your Interest liom u uunurn conta standpoint to do so. 1. m.. tlmo business nn old revlva I and bo o If wo cant uav o some of tho municipui snuiera back sliders that ore nil um ioi. 11 town-boomin1 " Boro-head- a 1 FREE We expect this shipment of Fish to arrive FRIDAY or SATURDAY you want them, come early, the supply is limited. Watch our If show-window- . Helm & Ellison DRUGGISTS Tor the first tlmo in five years, European eggs uro now being imported into this country. They uro ull shlpiied by brokers from Hull. Kngland, but wore gathered originally from Austria, Franco und tlarmaiiy. Olp McDade and Miss Oslo llruce. u prominent young couple of the Mt. Morlah iitighborhtiod. wore married ut Fulton Sunday afterjioou by Ks. J. T. Futroll. ... Anoher blizzard struck this section O Tuesday night and Wednesday was a Don't let Easter slip up on you. day. It Is Sorvlces at tho Presbyterian church regular old tlmo wintor to bo hoped thla ia tho lust of tho Sunday morning by the pastor, uov Come and order that Easter suit now. Schmidt, the Tailor. Stockton. series. day of March 1910 between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and twelve o' clock m at the Court House door In Hickman, County of Fulton, Ky., expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of tho Plain tiffs debt. Interest and cost, Part of Vicinity Lot No. 108, in East Hickman, Fulton County, Ky.. as follows: Beginning at a point ISO feet south of the NV corner ot lot No. 108, thence South 247 feet to a stake near Dresden road, thence man. Coburn's Minstrels was also well East 150 feet to a stake, thenco attended and highly appreciated In North 247 feet to a stake, thencd Tuesday night's engagement. They West 150 feet, being the property travel in a special car, carry a big sold to D. C. Corum by N. J. Coram lot of scenery, a flno baud nnd or- on the 8th day of Aug. 1905, and rechestra. There are about 25 peoplo corded in D. B. No. 24. Page 44. In tho company, all artists in their Also the following track, beginning Hue. Tho gross receipts wero In tho at a post on the line between Vicinneighborhood or 200. ity Lots No. 107 and 108, 150 feet Dillon & Cox, managers of the Lyr- East of the NW corner of Lot No. ic, are to bo congratulated on the 108, south 447 feet to a stake, thenco class of shows they aro brlaging to East 145 feet to a stake, thence Hickman and tho increas- north 447 feet to a line between lots ed atendanco Is a token of apprecia- No. 107 and 108, thenco West 14i feet to beginning, recorded in D. B. tion of their efforts in this line. No. 24, page 11C. Sold subject to a mortgage of about Seventeen Hun- dren Dollars ($1700.) TAKING CITY CENSUS. The undivided Interest ot D. C. A. E. Kennedy has boon employed Corum in about Eighty acres ot land by the members of the Elk Iodgo to conveyed to him and his wife, Martake a census of tho city of Hickman tha D. Corum, by J. H. Pollock nnd to ascertain whether or not the pop- others and dated Aug. 31st, 1905, nnd ulation of the town Is largo enough recorded In D. B. No. 24, Pago 43, to get a charter for a local Elk's ot the Fulton County Hccords, und lodge. This lodge forbids local lodges sold subject to a mortgage on same uelng established In towns of less and other land to tho amount of than 5,000 population. There Is littlo Four Thousand Dollars and Interest. Levied upon as the property of D. doubt that Hickman has the population, but owing to tho fact that there C. Corum. has been no official census taken TERMS: Sale will be made on a slnco 1900, it is necessary to make credit ot six months, bond with ap- proved security required, bearing Inanother count. Mr. Kouuedy started on his task terest at tlio rate of six per cent .Monday, nnd at this time ho thinks per annum from day ot salo aud havtho outlook good for considerable ing tho forco and effect of a Replevin Bond. over 6,000. Upon this depends tho organization This Feb. 24th, 1910. of the lodge. GOALDER JOHNSON. Upon tlio organization of the lodge Sheriff Fulton Co. Ky. depends w. A. Dodds plan of erect ing a flno threo-storbrick building WANT BETTER ROADS. on tho lots now occupied by bis lum ber offico, tho second and third floors Ono thousand farmers, In the interof which will be used by the Elks est of good roads, are preparing to nnd tho first floor by Mr. Dodds. go luto the city ot Mnyfleld ThursHickman cortalnly needs some kind day, Feb, 24, and will march to th of au organization that will glvo tho court house, whero tho fiscal court young men reading nnd club rooms, no in session on wai uny. 1110 and this Is ono of tho Elk lodge will purpose is to ask the court to take specialties. Immediate action In the way ot bulkw lng gravel roads. The farmers offer to meet tho county half way that Is, CHILD BURNED TO DEATH.. pay halt of tho expense In work and baby boy subscription. There wilt bo a mini-bo- r The little ot speeches made by the leading of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Townsend, ro siding 4 miles south of town on the farmers of tho county, and the demTroy road, mot a horrible death last onstration will bo for tho purpose of disclosing tho fact that the farmora week. The little fellow wns In his high mean business and to Induce tho In chair near tlio old fashion fire place, court to take some action.would tho do Saturday morning about ten o'clock, past years tho fiscal court when tho mother stepped out of the practically nothing toward building room for a few minutes. While she better roads except to grade them. was out the child turned the chair But It has been demonstrated that bo has oor some war, falling into the bed this Is useless andcountyto ovorrepeatwako of coals In the grate, and horribly ed. Will Fulton question? burning the face, hands and shout up on tho good roads dors. The clothing also caught tire and added to the severity of tho CHRISTIAN CHURCH. wounds. Dr. Juo. I'rntber, of Wood laud Mills, was hastily summoned Meeting for Wednesday ovenlng. but could not relieve tho little one's suffering, and he died Sunday night 23rd Inst., posponed on account ot the ut 10 o'clock, liurlal took plnco at tho Inclemency beof held weathor. A on Sunday meeting will l'otilar Grove Monday afternoon. All aro Tlieso good people certainly havo morning without fall. request invitof tho the profound sympathy of their many ed to bo present. By Board ot Deacons. frleuds In the loss ot tholr babe. t: now-a-dnyy . ; sni y Si AOED MAN DEAD, Council Proceedings Wiieur D Nesbit. Ky., Feb. 7. 1910. ' "" Hickman, Council met In regular session AT I'rvsent Mayor Dillon. Couucilmcu Powell, Haltzer and Isler. Bradley Minutes of last meeting wore rend nml on motion approved and signed. The following nccounts were preBasket leavei every sented, properly approved mid on mo tion allowed nml checks ordered IsTuesday afternoon sued for amounts: 3. N. Swoenoy, work on Cemetery Best Work Lowest Prices $&..o0 rond Hickman Courier, printing.. JS..60 Tom Ulllon, Jr... street work J2H..3& Hickman Ico & Con! Co... street lights and Ico $l(!,.r0 llrnnilon Printing Co,., Hooks (As scribing the kind and regulation of $15,. 38 buildings sessor's Lists) to be built In city limits. On motion tho following ordinances lleport of City Troflsurr for Jan worw Introduced, ordered spread up. uary, 1310: on the records, published and filed Tho City or Hickman. Ky.. do General Fund Account,, as follows: To bat,, per last report $767.26 That In tho absence or disquallfl-catioTo amt. reorl Turn Ulllon Jr.. 410.80 of tho regular City Judge, the Mayor of tho City Is hereby appoint$ 11:07.76 ed and designated ns the proper perQy nmt, paid out during Jnn. . IS7.30 son to act as Judge of the Police Court for tho transaction of such Dal. to c roil It this anct $730.46 business as may come beforo him. 1 i LAUNDRY i i & Parliam's Jfiry Walker, aged 8f years, died at it"- home of Ills nelre, Mrs J. S Staf urd. In this city, Tuesiloy morti lug nt Hi o'clock, of the Infirmities of old age 1 nele" Jerry was nn Invalid for about "C years but accepted his with patience, lie hud lorn of this place about tlire a ji.il nml was a native of Tonne No relatives survive him exrept sfi tin Indy mentioned above Ilnrlal took place nt A nt loci) Wed-tiinlay afternoon. -- nJt-ut FOR SALE: Drugstore. Hot Drlnka nf n l(. POU HAI.K 0. Is. Roae l We have some new and sec ond hand Iron Roofing, Locust Posts, Brick, Pipe, Shovels, Forks, Uroomt and Cement that we will sell cheap. See us at Oil Mill. On the Streets . . "card us"GMlh. ow v, - nivn n ti Itrocery business. Iluy your cigars Hickman Dnig Co. Mo of K Injury Done by Mowiultoet. lore the drnlnlHg and diMmr ol KtiR'nid and Holland. imwqiilti . inn Inn 1. chills nml few were !u I ns H' Richmond & Bond Co. t,,tlli u 'r .1 lt in iir MMithern tntr tn-fs- or-dn- n mo ern Indiana. Evansvlllo factories aro reixirted to be offering three tlim Mm. Mniu.ia t Pair good strong ttiojiorinal price for brtnun corn, nml of her dnughtttr in ri,i ., FOU SALE: work mules, $lf0. Credit until Jan. nun 11 nu cxirumeiy aenrce nrticin. Mrs. A. It. Bloie 1, 1911, lion or easy note. It. It. even nt mat iiguro. Then a "new rulnllve in .miib,,, x broom should swcop clean." Ilogers. W. A (ll.lUhl "A little better than seems neces-nry- " Cut prices on all heater and sev n, -- sodn fountain sorvlce. eral sizes of ranges. Hickman Hdw. Harris Trvant, r.t Hickman Drug Co. Company. WANTED: Small ioltoa f rcaaonabi,, nr i.u. " Courier. O . illkul and untlinlued. (wittier "t fie ou tries had risen In Its t Inn- li. his tor but had Imh balked by nm larlal degeneration - l'n Housewives, mav within n Mr. and Mrs. 1. r months be compelled to pay a dollar Ruests of Mtmiphi. lor nn ordinary uroom, is tliu dlscuur-nKlnTARP1NB for cough, prediction of th-- j largo manufacturers of this commodity In South 2to per boltlo.-l- ew tw I" FOR itwvr- . ... a Hill. I.. - JX i J;,,, .nj tMt Ti . ' . H' - vtstta us. An' ever' time I make a fu .An," ma an' pa thejr iroM me. why. lit just slta thfrr n' winks hie rye An aaya "Tern ought to come with ml To Juf the place you ought to be In Illnkelmeilunk. Ohio." Sty I'ncle John he (ya that iMiy That live there liufto make a nolee, .An never hafto naih their fare Hor not make mud tracks through the place. "Dome there." he taya. "I wlht you Uncle John JJr ht ToleDhons No. 38 the Old delivered. . Riui.i.i," lUW . They punlih boya for beln' good la Ulnkelmedunk. Ohio." Myi the atorea muit ever day Give all their candy all away. An" children there talk lota-th- ey do routs walti till they net through! Mr Uncle John tay. "Anyway. I know that you would Uke to atay In Illnkelmedunk, Ohio." IT would GENTLEMEN! A Jo- - day to nitond Die ot Mike Cnutlllun Cantlllon fu,,. WANTED: ratH. ... . cow Must bo good li H 7 uuuie s, incKman No better candr mail. 1. . . I .. ' aim nark..-- . tll It- -all h Hickman Drug Co. We want all the local B,Wi, you cannot see a rt porter, cI. 21 Cumberland or Home phase If aay now what do you suppost? ?'hat boya Juat hafto tear their clo'ea. An If they try to comb their hair Their narenta acolda them, over there! "An boya that don't rauta up the yard ueu wnipped moit awrul, awful hard la Illnkelmedunk, Ohio." He aaya boya never hafto crawl Upstairs to bed at S at all. haft alt real nice an' atlll Wen comp'nya come yet, an tbey will Get whipped If they're on time for miaUl itow nne." he aaya, "n fellow feela In Hlnkelmedunk. Ohio." SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Direct from Chicago, sent AT OUR REQUEST by lors. Congress will r.uu tnuke a showdown t r.. a gold medal or ronf-avenue, near Pieu uy juago Dodds. (lood shows FOR SALE: W A t . , Collo A bcui r. N . c . 1 r - z f t Xr An' An' Hen An' But I can't find It on the man. ao I climb up on his lap aat him tell me where It It, he Juat amlled that amlle o' hla aay: "Tou take the road that roea Torn to uoodnesa wnat knows. For Illnkelmedunk, Ohio." it iTRXUSS BROTHER! Master Tailors O H IC AG 0 Will be at our store on The present state i.r ) Is another roini better roads. Engineer J. II 11.. short trip to Murray Mi tend the big revUal i gres nt that place roods air ion : year old; STRAYED 1 S mul-- r black 3 ai un ihii nip n- a . Wheeler. Hickman. It. 'e i , ; Tho Hickman Furniture ( : tzt ia itock the most coram, t? t' k ' undertakers goods Ul us il.wj.3 when tine In need of anytblec la tin The Author1! Dream. Ah, here's our morning's mall. Such a bunch of nice, fat letters: and all from publishers, too. Let's see, now, where shall we begin? This one from N!bblers Magazine will do Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25th26th He will have with him the entire line in the FULL PIECE five hundred newest woolens. Miss Ijiura Itrowr Kokomo. I ml , to with a Inrg iwrraiui' -after spending home folks WANTED: RHuM- t , v. . - I i- - lo sell lulirlcullBR ml paints In Fullim ai d liUa Salary or coiuii:)Oil Co.. ClevehtHil. til f . 1 1 to start with: Tho Moler Rarber vllle. Ky.. wants n - t i. ff- r'l. ! 1 r iff "proposition. "Dear Sir," It says, "we beg to sub- mlt herewith for your possible accept ance a check for 1200. It Is drawn, as you see, to ourselves, but we have In dorsed It on the back. Stamps are faiclosed for Its return If unavailable." Send It back. Nothing written on both sides of the paper can be consid ered. When will these people learn how to do things! Now the next one: Somebody's Magazine writes: "We take pleasure In inclosing a draft for may And It $1,000 and hope you worthy of acceptance. We should feel gratified. Indeed, to see any of our money used by you. Stamps Inclosed lor return If unavailable." Hum. Write to them to cut It down to 843 and give us the book and dra matic rights and we will make them a PRICES LOW-SATISFAC- TION GUARANTEED "' dilceineutH and a a plctix. They msll f rr catalogue and nuk al1 barber trade. Tl- ri, " send fur It. The first newspaper aJ " wns made 34S years 132 year before hr'U paper publish!! In th- I ' ' 120 years there hs lieusimper puIiIIhIi'-i- 1 ' -- which was In Thl Come and look over the seasons latest ideas in Woolens, whether ready to order now or not. I7". ai d i' " il "" J '. Using E. R. ELLISON, with tho fee of tho regular CHy Water and Light Bond Account. Judge In such casus. $1433.08 To bal. per last report Tho City Council of the City of To nmt. ree'd Tom Ulllon Jr.. 300.00 Hickman, Ky., du ordain as follows That tho offlco of Mayor Dillon 011 , S1733.0S tho S, K. Corner of Jackson uud Ken I)y amt. paid out during Jan . . J 600.00 tucky atreuU bo and the sauu- - Is hereby designated ns the meeting $1233.08 placo of the City Council until fur Hal. to credit this acct thur action. Tho use of suld office being given to tho City by tlio Mayor No change In City Hall account On motion the slduwalk ordinance slnca last report. which Ami. overdrawn Ml 8.1 meetingwas Introduced at last regular wus deferred until next meeting. W. C. Johnson, City Treas. On motion Council adjourned. Attest: 11. C. Helm, City Clerk. Report of City Marshal for January O Hickman, Ky. ' Tho citizens of Woixllaml .Mills and vicinity met last Saturday and organUed the Farmers lbiuk of Wood land Mills, capital J 16,000. The fol lowing took out tho charter: Dr. J. W. Alexander, I'rof. Cox, Dr. 0. II. Ilurrus, Wash Whipple. Nowt Whip pie and Thou. Hack. A coinmltlo was named 011 seuuriiiK a situ. Tin stock was all taken uu in a few minutes. Thoy oxpect to open up about July thu first to gut In lino for tho wheat business. O busulesM before tin- I1 no way now that r the voice of lie in 1 business man shoi know ' On motion tho foregoing reports were received, ordered Bprcad upon Can't take them. People don't ear the records, published and filed. Tho Clerk presonted a financial a rap for any foreign stuff any more, statement of the city for tho year and Clang! Confound, 1909. On motion sume was ordored Kr published and filed. that alarm clookl On motion the City Attorney was O Instructed to draft an ordluauco pre- Thirsty? KJtO la what you Here's a heavy-se- t letter. Is. It not, though? From the Friday Morning Fost, en? What do they send? "We inclose a 50 bank note for your consideration. Perhaps you can make, use of It as mlscollany. If not. please return in inclosed envelope." Send It back with printed card of re gret. There Is nothing original about It, and besides wo aro overstocked with miscellany Ten to one It has teen rejected by a dozen others before they sent It here. This Is from Barker's Monthly, and they "beg to inclose a check for $160, and two $20 notes, also four pieces, and trust tbey may be avail Able for isomo of your many Inter estlng departments." Preey fair, aren't they? Shall we keep them? No, hardly. The public pieces, and the oth tired of ers are reminiscent of former contri butions from the same people. Write that they do not meet any present seed of ours. What's this foreign package? From London? Tho Pell Mell Magazine? So? They say: "Wo send herewith two Bank of England notes, and Don't Pay Too Much for Your Drugs and Medicines Don't pay too little. One is as foolish as the other. Pay the reasonable pnee, but rather economize in other ways than buy medicine that is not right m price for it is sure to be not right in quality. At Helm & Ellison's the you can depend on right, and our solid policy always insures the Pcc being right too. Pay Helm & Ellison's & price and get Helm you Ellison's quality and will always be right. The Steamer Mengel Hox Co. got Friday ufternoon. Tho lug Oscar ueoier wont down and assisted them In gutting hero. Repair work has commenced on tho boat, but It will bo sevoral weekB before she can resume her towing between Hickman and Ashport. Str. Enterprise, ono of tho combine bouts will handle thu Menglu towing until tho other boat can be repulred. Capt. U. McMokln uas onargu or tliu Enterprise. In Whllo tho I.ongworths wWo Klvltic a swell reception In Washington, u pet moimey got out or Its cugu and reated consldruabto uxcltment among no guests. Alter It had lirokon a 1910: and bitten Mrs. II. I'OIt SALE: Wblto l'lyuiouth Itock ot ot Taxes collected during Jnn. . . . 1670.00 eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-nell- , Cochran's thumb, It was finally cug Fines collected during Jan.... 70.00 d. Thu special fulls to stute how Hlekuian, Hon to 3. 33tfc much trouble they hud In gottingtho I hold Treasurer's receipt for. .J740.G0 mm one uack into tlio cage. bric-a-bra- c The 8tato of Kentucky and thn City of Hickman aro In about tho sumo row of stumps f nanclallv. ex cept tho latter spent tho money In u koou cause. O TllO COUrts have derlileil tli nt n urn. man liaa nu rlcht u baud's mall. They have not, howover uuciueu wiiat tuey aro going to do goods being positively Tom Dillon, Jr., C, II. 000000000000 A. M, TYLER I O Attorney at Law am now located at Padu-cabut will continue to practice In the courts of Fulton county and wilt be In Hickman every 2nd and 4th Monday. has sold his placo at Woodland to Mr. Kennedy, of tho firm of Alexander & Kennedy, and bought tlio W. I. Harper farm of 100 acres 4 miles Koutheast of here This U one of tho best farms In tho county, and wu are glad to learn that O. 11. will soon be over In Cod's country. O Read O. 11. Drasflold, of Woodland Mills, uuoui it. M4 the Courier. I'rof. Edwin HlMllli nt tlm ilnlinrl. Ilient of ohoinlalrv nt llw Itiilirnmllv California sava tlmt If nalrntinmiru uro correct In their estimate of tho mount or cyunogeti gus lu tho tall of iiauuy s eomnt innru will m imii-- n of thu extermination ot all animal life on this earth. Some astronomers preuict tbat the comet'a tall will en-vowpe uie earth for u short time. Of 1 a-- 1 Helm & Ellison "Business K Directory - AS THEY SEE OLLIE. From U FOR RATES- ll! Fulton AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA kii Mi rin..,n AAAAAAAAAAA jio sorvea on tno linlllnKcr respondent pictures "our Olllo" whllo invoatlga Thin ll tlm U'fiv n lfntilnf nit nr Get DAIRY. WOODLAWN Prop. A. H. Leet, Real Estate: u. i U" r k and Iluttcr delivered, ..L.o I'hono No. 27. M K"t Kulloii Land and Improvcraont w.iiia int. i.. iiinnn tn llnrll, 1. mcKinnn, inoo. Attorneysat-La."r1"1!'? c,yweH to J. T. Hinlthwlck lot In Wi-a-t Hickman, 190. Hlcktnnn Drug Company L S. T. Malthowa tn T. K. Ilcnlon, li.cVmnn, Ky. Innd. 12000. J. W. Ilnrkrtt In t V ul....t lots In Pulton, $14K0. BXTTE R3W0RTH & PRATHER Groceries Naomi Hntnnoy to 11. II. Wade, lota runon. I24UU. ...J, both phonoa No. 38, n Mni. i" Kannlc It. Slmw in .t n or, Innd on No. 8 Island, $2000. Thou. Morror tn Itov. W. 8. Ronny, D 8. ELLIOTT lots In Kulton, 300. Ctrpenter and Contractor Mra. Oma Hlinw to II. T. Hnale. iioimo ami lot in Knst Illrkiunn, $Sr,l , uo figure with you. nnd other ronsldnrnllons. 1. ikman, Ky. Mr. Lnnra JuiIro, of I'ndurnh. to sirs, imh iiarry. lots In Illokmnn, LvTTON 4. ADAM3 Mr. B. J. Uryndnlo to Untnon Flmben and Tlnneri Drysdnlc, lots In Fullon. $1600. for Dullness uy tci-hcrII. J. Womor to Slnttlo Ilnlrd, 2 No, 73. II. II. Kirk MURRY A FLAT ii lion: "Hoprescnlntlvo James la a big mini, oui me way no can hide lilm SOlf I'rOln.lllK nltpilllnnl. at tlm lldl llngcr-I'lnchInvcstlcnllnn In rn mnrkable. One thing visible nhout mo uik ivemucKiaira direction I hi uincy top picco. Ho Acquainted r with the ,7 WV '', a MajatassssssssssssssssssassssMai Uvni-vtldnr- n. 8am Salmon camo from Hnlo'a Pt has tho Indent cllnlr thnt could Saturday. nrncured In Ihn nrrirn ImllHInir llut ho Bcrowa himself Into a knot Itobert IVolIow returned Monday down In the went so that the afore- irom i;nion City. said toppicco nlono Is In sight. Hut Cowglll'a Drug Btore Is the only no is listening, and when ho got up to ndil reus tlm clinlrinun he hna the piace you can got IlEO. nppenrnnco of n HaMwIn dlrlglhlo." John Cox nnd wifo visited rolntlvcs 0 In Union City Inst week. TllO slrl wlin rnn rittl n irrmil inn.rn Miss Vera Thomas, of pnicu on a pair or pantaiootm or com Mills, was hero Saturday. Woodland n rpgimeni or pota anil kettles, iiinim Ilia noL In tlin PVPh nf Inn mni nrli. H. T. Deale, Notary Public, at W, tocrncy, seem as accomplished as A. Dodds' Lumber Office. mo gin wno can cnuiroidcr nnd work a worBteil dog on a blue ground or See Funua. Helm & Co. for wall hum tlin "Ru'iinl n.wl llvn I. n( paper. All prices, Cc roll up. ' tho workliiR girl In ovrry day battles nuy your groceries at the Hickman oi mo is worm a ten aero Hold full Qrocery Co., and save 6 per cent. oi tno otiinr kind. tlO iat way of clothes making. We recommend them for their style for the -- perfect work-- . iouu aid ncn-- A E, f t, , L 'e i KENNEDY Accident No. 01. Iniurance ... panloa on Karth i ...... C..R ER REALTY COMPANY Phone No, 21 1j H . -- - I.j ' I'luco and got you an business, no pay. CO. ;KMAN FURNITURE frr:i Directors and Embalmers. . DR E night or day. i.lIuubu, Ky. M -- Tho grand Jury of tho Honilorson nrruit court linn created a big coiir lCnnt Hlrkmnn, $M0, unit Ion among tlie doctors of Hen' K. 8. .Moon in n v n I v. derson county. The doctors of Hen In Knst Hlrkmnn, $600. ili'iKon county, like the doctors of H T. Dnrls to .Mrs. Kniuilo Slmw. pery other county In the slnto, hnve loin In Old lllckinnn. $1000. Ignored the law whleli requires them A. A. Knrln In Mr Pmuiln Rhnu- - II report births and deaths to the ciunty court clerk, nnd the Hender- Iota lii Old lllckinnn. grand Alec Itlcp tn .Mr l.mn 11 Thr.1. Kin doctom Jury wants to know why the of that county have re kold, 30 acres Innd. $2700. fused to comply ttlth tho salutes. Chas. Ilrnnn In I.. J. Vimluinu OA'onsboro Imiuirer. !otn In Kulton, $!)00. O Qeo. W Klrklnml tn A II Mnhnn. Tli.i tlft.ttl1lnnisf ntn i.rtis I i tf mi i v tuta loUi In Kulton, $1000. dro, it. j." hu niu sj rant I tr nln ti ml ni'np i Iwi Iuiiiia rnl oiul r Mrs. Ixill tn II T Illindnii. by the Incrensed cost of living, under lot In Knst Illckumn, $2A. int- - new iiiriit in large J. IL Ilrown to It. J. ItrnRU, lot In innnufauturltiK inw, especially so ninny cities, where S I). I.uten to I). N. Ulvon. lotn In 1 lll-slr- inna. icr0. Take your produco Highest A WANTED: young calf. M. A. ou the bill. rrlcoa paid, good cow with McDaniel. 36p to C. H. Moore, manship, for their all wool fabrics and the won derful lownesa of their prices. Many Models. Our silk handkerchief effect la a big hIL Ask us about It. Schmidt Buy your groceries from tho Illck man Grocery. Co., nnd save 5 per cent. Miss Hover, of No. 8 Island, visit od Miss Lizzie Stubbs a few- - days last week. Fabrics of all weaves and colors and the promptest possible service. grados Helm Wall Panor! & Co. at All Wall Pnnprt the lowest prices. Kuqua last lllckinnn, $37. . m ... At. - . I 1 - CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist kuiau, IJ. K. Chambera to II. F. Holley and nor remains ine same, wnuo me pne and relatives. I hnvo E. Ii. King and wife, of Clayton, opent Sunday with Hlckmnn friends n j S H.-- . J caud. I'houo Ky. No. i BLACKSMITH SHOP i ker's Old Stand) 3 (or horseshoeing, and Iron Work. a.- -. , , WHY PAY MORE For the same thing, or why buy an inferior article when you can get a good one for the same money at H .KMAN GIRL MARRIED. i ft n j morning to .miss Etta u married In Ful- - itffrnrHfa VMiintr 1m4v . titer of Mr. and Mrs. . ii Ulntun Wednesday C. 3 R. Ellison's It "i will i known in tills . j winning such an harming young lady WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Cash Store Hundreds of our customers are saving money by making all possible purchases at this store, sell at a bargain, cash or credit. It. NOTICE TO PUbLIC 3 Ufa R. Rogers, Hickman. Parties whn nu-- tlin Tllrkmnn Purity, accuracy and nromnt servic la the motto of our drug department. rltUm Co. firrntlnta thnt n r. ilnn ti'lll ulease call nnd nnttln nt nnr-Wa Hickman Dmc Co. wish to closo tho old books at once. ts. E. HEEVES, Mgr. The Courier prints more local news O each week than any other local paper Arrangements have been made bv In Western Kentucky. ho Reunion Committee at Mobile. la., to give solKOIt BALE Six nice corner lots diers a touch the of the 'Old Camp Life,' tn the Henry Addition. Terra to suit during their three day's stay at Mopurchaser. Julian Choate. 35tfc bile, April 2C, 27 and 28. All veterThe Haptlst Missionary Society will ans, who deslro It, will be given free The railroads have meet with Mrs. E. Case and Mrs. C. entertainment. generously agreed to give a rate of II. Parham this afternoon. z cents a mile, round trip, plus 25c. We handle the celebrated Sanspa- - Those who want hotel accommoda Her-veshould rlel Klour, and guarantee every sack tions Mobile, address Charles B.eating Ala. Lodging and of It. Hettersworth ft Prather. othei than hotels, Harry T. Hartwell. Even tho stars are In harmony with the Hickman meat prices. Comet A 1910 travels 41,000 miles a second. y, some good wagons Millet & Alexander Adams. I will make settlements on or before March 1, 1910. A chango in business makes it necessary to get our books In order before that date. And those having claims against the firm aro requested to present them at once. Cotton & PLEASE PAY NOW. All parties Indebted to the firm of Cotton & Adams are requested to rueu t Misses Laura and Marine Drown returned Friday from a week's visit to Mr. Arthur Shaw, at SUito Line. nd now a writer says: "George Washington was one of the most henpecked husbands that tho world ever new." Steel trusses arrived last week to be used as a support for the roof of the opera house, taking tho place of the wooden ones now in use. LOST: On Clinton street, Satur day night, Kcb. 12, Mengel Hox Co. scale Hook, waiter Evans naino on cover. Return to Mengel Hox Co. office nnd receive reward of $1.00. Anna Jordan, Uio negro woman bo was shot by her husband some tlmo ago, has recovered. The wound was In tho stomach nnd very serious. I)r Ovorby was her physician. 10 nice work mules, FOR SALE: ranging In prlco $150 tho pair, up; koiur horses, Including a good saddle horse. On Jan. 1st tlmo, note G per cent, mortgtage or personal security. Can uo seen at Stahr a stable It. H. Hogers, Hickman. 34tfc 1910 will be a year of very high prices. Klour, Meal, Dacon, Lard and a few other things will bo too high to uso. However, if you should use any of these you will find ours of tho very best quality and at prices r Tho government will probably discontinue the practice of printing stamped envelopes with tho address of business firms In the corner. This will give the Job printing establishments of the country a chanco to do this work to whom It Justly belongs. Tho government had Just as well sell groceries and dry goods as to bo in tho Job printing business. irouDlo with your grolna and blad- ivj a nauuj appearance tKt, especially under tho eyoa , Lack, - a dcslro to doss urinoT . .. - a ouc. s 13 a uiue marie on rour j - .an iu ruuow una monm Mp:n are discontinued at the . r. 'W,fc..l, ... J (ICO F1AV l'llla .1... ISHisrnw&svolce'j w ' WHY NOT YOU ? One Dollar Down will O put into your home C' r, J. tho firm of Millet tufferlng with Homo has not been able ' T' all of tho week. ea of tho ncccsanrles of llfo are going W. U. Kry, 110 acres land, $11,000. I at nllfllltv tt'till nn. II. T. Ilhodes to D. N. Hives, lot skyward. It threatens to sweep them out of power. l.Wl SI nricoH . Fuaun. In Knat lllcknuiu, $C5. O Itnbt llrnci: to I). N. Hives, lota In Bast Illckumn, $100. All persons who owe city r 'm & Co. for wall (1. 11. Hond to Marshall Parks, lot te roll up. ' I 1 t A Victor TALKING MACHINE io rcnow In Hond'H Addition, v ii iimiL'iir tn your sub. proved lot In Kust v. m. Schmidt $200. t,. Kllltoii. Im Hickman, $1200. l. to K. a. Ovorby. lots lu Hickman $200. W. A. IVrry to H. A. Ilrown, lots ICnst 4.SH0ES so 1M i a wuuw v rm. lu Kulton, $CU0. J. V. Clommons to It. A. Hrowdor, lots in Kultou, $037. TOM DILLON, Jr., Odo llurk to O. U. Hard. laud. $125. J. T. Hrudy to T. K. Urndy, 100 City Marshal. acres land. $S0O0. o Mr bin Nounur to I. W. llnrrla and W. U Harbor, lota In Kulton. And now I hoy all say Unit Clias. a m Tvler to Annie 11. Swayuo, Wells, tho young man over In Graves lots lu West Hickman, $500. county, who set everyone wild with Val Carpenter to Mrs. Annlo H. mvy by disclosing tho fact a year or luud, $4S0t. Swuyne, so ago that he had unearthed a pot II. w. Scott to Jno. Wright, lots containing $5000 In Kold whllo digging the foundation of n tiuw mill, Is crazy In Henry Addition. $130. bur-ltto W. M. Haby, lot as n loon and that this talo of a I. It. Ilrown treasuro hub a vision of a disIn Henry Addition, $00. eased tullicl. n i. iiiKtdlo.ton to Mra. Nnuiilo 0 d taxes for 1009 will save cost of advertising and garnishee by calling at my office at Hickman Furniture Co., and paying same at once. This means everyone. on Hlckmnn per cent lower than elsewhere. Grocory Co. W S. Ellison, of tho Hlckmnn Lumbor & Planing Mill Co., reports tho following buildings now under construction or work to begin as soon Geo. as tho weather will penult: Caunily, a house lu East Hickman; Jack Surrett, n four-roohouse In tho Henry Addition; W. T house in tho Horn! One ns, u Addition. nix-roosix-roo- An Edison PHONOGRAPH and will enable you to hear at your pleasure all that delightful music which only these marvelous instruments are capable of, reproducing for you in a clear, distinct, musical tone, free from all jarring metallic sounds. And a dollar a week payments will have it paid for directly without missing the money. ItRGPST I Vff Telephone that grocery Detteraworth ft Prather. . Mutrn K, I.. McMillan io u. Deputy Sheriff S. D. Luton and List vour real citato with the Courland, $50. . IN THE WORLD. m. White to J. II. Turuorviiie, ier. If we don't soli it, It doesn't llcrule Hughes uro now figuring ou coat you a cent. polling up nu entirely now business lota lu Kulton, $1(J00. :ri w i 9rHE MAKE8." In this city a garage. In plain I' iuuu, J. N. Lusk to lioury talk, this Is u livery stable for $155L TTTTTTTVTfVVTVTTVVTTTTWf automobiles. The new concern will i u t. s I. llndils Co. to John .y 0.JONI8. . l k, probably be located In the old elecbottom, $35, WHY NOT TRYt .s . TDI1 nln Mu - ston Land Co., laud lu tric light building. It Is the Inten 632. . . Pophsm's t lun of tho management to curry a Jno. M. llankln to C. A. Harber, full lino of auto repairs and supplies, ASTHMA REMEDY land, $ H25. ,n hy hold Nottlo II. oouriey io it wiriwii- . .... do repair work, etc. Judging from vni . .i uciicr. w... prompt and positive relief in tho Interest that Is now being taken dives ter. houso and lot, $3000. every case. Sold by druggists, v. MnMnllln to C J. Sarrett. here lu "benzine buggies," a garage III bo a paying Investment In a price $1. Trial package by lota In Henry Addition, $10C. short tlmo If not at present Mr J. H. Ilrown to W. 0. Kaby, lot mall, 10c. I.uten win go to Ht. Louts about the In Henry Addition, $500, William' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland, first of the coming mouth to purM. 11. Ilrown to 0. 0. l'ewltt, land, s BARKETT chase a Hue of. supplier. IHN, 4 acres land. Kulor, lota lu Kulton, $1250. Q. C. Hennett to J. K. Fields, $2100. The Steamer Queen City nrrived Hickman Inst Friday afternoon 1th a lurgo party ou board, who ere returning from New Orleans, here they hnd been to iitteud Mnrdl Gras. There wero almost a hundred pcoplo on tho bout. Ou account of leak the boat was forced to tie up hero until Monday, utter which order to they left for tholr homes In Pittsburgh, Pn. In i'wuts I r COME AND HEAR ANYTHING YOU WISH 1 .. Prices $10 to $200 ELLISON BROTHERS ttiiiiiAiiitiiiiimiitt Save5 on your Grocery Bill Our Superb Designs guy Reporter $ip: Our perfectly tailored and made to exact measure garments arc easily the most attractive and distinctive Another snow. Tho COUH1KR for tho newt Oh! you groundhog, how shameful ly you havo misled us. n i Shumate went to I'nducah on buslnett first of tho week SPRING LINE including four hundred ALL WOOL patterns, the BEST IN DESIGN and fabrics, ready for inspection : : : Quality minus high price sting tells story of our success Only 30 days until Easter, let us take your measure now ill l RU8H CREEK Mrs Mni:r.iii of Mrs. Wai' day. t ITEMS. Tho river Is rising and will contin ue to do so for several dns Col. S. h. Dodds wont to Clnrks Our coupon tyttem li being heartl Miss.,-Fridaon business ly endorsed by everyone. This It dale. K. Uobhlns. of Mayfleld, Jmlco J. evident from the Increase In our butl was hero Wednesday on business. why7 Because It nest. And was here Tnhn HtM. of Mnrtln. a few days mis wee un SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. Miss Leila Shaw, of State Line. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. visited hero Tuesday and Wednesday y, BRADLEY & PARHAM START NEW SHOP. MARRIAGE PAY OULY GET. FOR WHAT YOU - Harry Threlkeld, wife and little son snent Sunday with menus in union LICENSE. MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMICAL. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' SALARY. ENABLES US TO LESS MONEY. NO BAD SELL FOR CHARGED TOMER. ACCOUNTS TO BE TO PAYING CUS YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS IN HICKMAN AND AGAIN PER CENT. SAVES YOU 5 TRY IT ONE MONTH. Hickman Grocery Co., (Incorporated) COUNTY COURT. County Court was convened at the Court House Feb. 14. and the following business transacted: Tho following fiduciary settlements were filed and ordered to lay over thirty days for exceptions: H. J. Locke, Hampton. guardian for Luclle W. II. Caldwell nnd Henry Clar. The following wero granted Ikense City. both of this city and well known. H1 to marry In Obion county last week. open n blacksmlthlng nnd woodwork C II. Smith nnd Lucy Mobley C. A. Terry and Mr. Smothorman shop In H. L. Grny's old stand, op Tom Morris nnd Addle Chapman. were In Union City, Monday, on i poslto Steve Htnnr a livery nam. wn Jim Prultt nnd Lydla Cole. business trip. Monday. Chat. I'nge and Mrs. Kdlth Itge. Iron Mr. Caldwell Is n first-clasFinn was fined by Judge- - Nay Mart Wynloks and Ida Cherry. lor tills week. $11 for boating the worker nnd his partner Is nn exnrt Krril Gllllnm and lloltle lloltlleld This ought to mak woodworkmnn. wife of Jno. Urlstow. n strong combination. Both are popuL. M. Porter, an Insurance man of lar young men and will doubtless gel Mrs. II. F. Gabby entertain! n McKenzio. was here this week, the their share of this business. large number of friends at Hook Sat guest of C. P. Shumato. O urday afternoon. There were nhvii Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wado returned whloh the gnuies wereplny Tho threo "probes" now linder way tables at snlnd course, fried oysters to Momnhls Tuesday, after a visit A ed. In tho general assembly arc to S. L. Dodds and family. to ndd some to tho xost of the ses coffee anil salted mite were served Candy wns sorted durliHC the icamee Mrs J nn M. Gardner, of Martin sion. Somo of tho Investigations hao guests were Mesdawe J. I. Tonn., is tfio guost of her parents, oxtended over weeks, nnd tho final The J. M. Ilublinrd. It. II Itrevnrd, reports are expected to be math- at Henry Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson. Saucer. J. W. Honey. C. F. once. What Is exected to be fnr S. L. Dodds returned Wednesdny tho most Important legislative Intetll Baltter. W. C. Hpecr. II. K. Profiler. from Clarksdale, Miss., where ho had gatlon conducted In years Is the prnbo I). II Wilson. W. I. Helm. r. M H. L Bradley. J. T rtfrpttww. been since last Friday on business. Into the conduct of tho ttato imutia Ryan. F. T (1. W. Wilson. and adjutant general's offlco during J. K Nnylor. Sexton. Maggie Handle. G. li. Bond and wlfo went to Illrm This Handle. J C "tobacco war." the Ingham, Ala, Saturday, to attend the enormous task wns undertaken s ver- - W. II. Hnltzer. II W. Craven. W. A funeral of one of Mrs. liond's friends, al weeks ago by tho Joint committee. Johnston. A. K Kennedy. II I. Am (! (I Wade. J nf fairs of tho senate and berg. 3 L Dodds. Harbingers of spring count for lit on mllltnrywhich are Sen. Mike Tay- L. Amberg. Dower. Ou Moon-- J house, on l.edford. l'erc A Moore. T A tie when your coal onlur is Increas lor and nop. F. S. Mooro. ed liko It has In Hickman the last Jones and B. K Heme and Mies Ulllan Johnston. few days. Do you read tho Courier? Mrs. Kula Salmon and daughter, Hobble, and Miss Florence Kemp Win ters spent Sunday with W. J. liar mon and wlfo, at State Lino. Mrs. W. A. Hlnshaw is reported very 111 at her homo on Troy avenue. Her husband Is improving fast from a severe spell or pneumonia. Tho Hickman Courier Realty Co., will offer In a short time somo of th prettiest building lots In Hlckma Watch for the announcement. Mrs. Lou Harry, who Is now in St. Louis,, after an extended visit to H. Duchanan and wlfo here, hat accepted a position in New Albany, Miss. s cxp-cte- SURPRISE WEODINQ. Surprise weddings an getting to be proper thing with lllckmiiulte. i InWe ore briefly Informed of the marriage, Tuesday, of Fred M. Case, of Hits city, nnd Miss Mary Clark, of PiKliieah. tho wedding taking place in tho home rlty nf the bride The bride, until a few weeks ago. held a position ns stenographer In the office of J. F. & 8. L. Dodds Co.. Ill this city, and during her stay here of several months made many friend It wns also during this period that both met (heir Waterloo In the game nf hearts culminating In proper terms of surrender on Washington's' birthday Mrs. Csn Is tho daughter of J. It. Clark, one of the lending famicharming lies of Padurah. nnd it young lady. A - Mr. Gordon ll ,i held their i lotn K t night. .Mr lie i. er, and the i... solve nleelv Mrs. Iltrrv s visiting her tu brother. I)r II. out from lllki er. Dr. Ihih tltlnner; of Mis .1 , i V i ' . t 1 fan. Hum. murly a ltui tit at her lif.11 V - , .. t well, we nil know And Mr. Ca him, but know him better as "Fred" Is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. h. Case, of Hickman. Ills fnther Is ono of the oldest mid host knuwii hiisl Hess men of the town, and Fred has man been for some time "right-hanHo It alto an expert In the store machinist, hut docs not follow this Taken all "round. Fred Is vocation one of tho. beet and most clever onHg men In Hickman, and we are certainly glad, to be numbered witn bis nisny friend In extending our ties! wlehe for the future happiness d writing for her cousin ef our sin- t f mi. ee. Mr. ami Mr- wen- - md, t . . .. : realisation 7te i connubial r Hi-- : It alloy elates lnt i .i, I he promised ' c would not u','1 ' ' Ml that he and 1. became mn l rated and tu f ' f both himself and his rhurming cool llHHlU t Tak. lence bride. ' H hi a It I It 1 nrobnhle that they will make -- o their home In tho best town lu tho U 8.. nnd we ore glnd to hare them. UPHELD LOWER C3URt li, I was called Miss Hose Campbell Mrs. Nola Tucker administrator of homo this week from State College, Lexington, on nccount of tho serious A. L. Myrlck. Illness of her mother, Mrs. W. A. Mrs. E. J. Wall guardian for Miss Hlnshaw. Jessie Wall. F. P. and J. R. Wall. ' Mrs. D. W. S. Amberg and mother, The following settlements were Mrs. Hlley, returned, Sunday, to Mrs. Amberg's confirmed: Phoenix, Arizona. Is impaired, nnd she will reguardian for tho At- health tbero a year.' W. S. KUlson. main wood Heirs, Preston Atwood and Miss Louise Atwood. Walter Woods, and old Hickman boy who years ago clerked In GUI- The will of E. M. Hradley, deceas son's Dry Goods Store, was hero last ed, was filed for probate, and W. H. week. Ho Is now a traveling salesTreas appointed administrator. man out of St. Louis. Appraise and sale bill of Jno. D. Tho Hickman Hottllng Works Is Mayes filed and ordered lay over 30 running this week the first time days for exceptions. they havo ever dono any bottling In They Anoralse bill of L. D. Smith filed winter. Iteo forare bottling 3.000 bot H. N. Cowglll. to lay over thirty days tles of - By serving you bestwe help ourselves most. Therefore we recommend The Iidlit of the Kinbroldery Club wero delightfully entertained Friday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. VS. wns tho last enter- II. IlalUer. Thl inlnment of the club until after Master nnd was crcntlr enjoyed, lltv sldos the club member. Ui follow II. F lug were present: Mcsdnine finbbr. T. A. Unlford. (1. II. Horn! 1 ue Threlkeld and Maggie Handle A salad course was served IjisI Friday evening, the KenlorJ Class of lllckmnn College wns enter o'clock din talned at an elegant-tliter given by Miss llttelle Johnson After dinner, progressive Hook w ulnvrd. Those nreacnt: Misses Itnrrr. Lola Ilnrttett Dorn Cavltl. Mnirnloo Hico nnd Ilaxnlle Johnson nnd Will Hondurnnt. Mlsse Virginia l'rnilmr and Dottlo l)ttldoii were It ts retx.r t poaht of Clreoli strnliilfig era' v Clerk J si 'l of Fulton a J Injunction Ally Win v f1 eltUeli council si'il ( h to prei-Iv-tri suing $!' Little th' su' structluu "f u mile ln allege of in K'-i- The Statesman and Thoroughbred Hats The Litest Shapes and Colors. QT-n,- guest. 'ii ' ell was lug a sum Jj ol to b work thai w.ii The petit ; Albert Jamison, a negro, was fined J10 and costs for riding on the leveo below town. Jno. Babcock and Will Ono of tho most unique affairs of Marshall, both white men, will bo tho week was tho Wushingtou birth tried for tho samo offenso Friday. day party given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. J. M. Hubbard to n large number of frluuds. As the guests ar rived they were served tea. In tho dining room by Mrs. A. E. Konnedy and Miss Annlo Cowglll, who wore colonial costumes and hud thotr hair powdered. Progressive Hook was played An excellent salad course, nnd then boiled custard and cuke. typical of tho old Martha Washing ton days, were enjoyed. The guests wore: Mesdames T. A. Ledford. J), F. Gabby, Geo. Wade, of Memphis, W. L. Helm. G. W. Wilson. John Gardner, of Martin, S. L. Dodds, J A. Thompson, C. F. Ualtzor. J. W. Honey, 11. B. Brevard, Percy Jones, S. D. Luten, H. L. Amberg, F, T Handle. W. J. Barry, E. E. Hooves C. T. Bondurant. 11. E. Prathor, V B. Shaw. W. C. Johnson, H. B. John sou. W. A. JohiiBton. D. B. Wilson, Henry Sanger, Sam Parker, Edgar Naylor. W. C. Speer and J. C. Sox ton. Willis Wilson Is agent for the O K. Laundry. Fulton, Ky. He will call for your lauudry Monday or Tuesday ufternoon. Phouo 1U, or leave your lauudry at his headquarters Fuqua. Holm & Co s. store. aro endeavoring to organize a mill tary company in Fulton. Tho matter of preparing an armory has been laid before County Judge Nnylor and he and the county cqurt will act up on It nt tholr next meetingTho examining trial of Will Jordan who shot his wlfo somo time ago, was held before Judgo Naylor this week, and bound over to uwalt tho uctlon of the grand Jury. Jordan Is a bad negro, nnd tills Is not the first time ho has been In trouble. Hov. A. Turklngton Is to be returned to HIckmaiN Tho members of the Baptist church held a meeting Tuesday night for Uio purpose of considering his application for the place and decided to have him for tholr pastor this year. Hov. Turklngton was pastor of the church last year, but left for Chlcugo to continue his studies. We Jiavo for sale In West Hickman near Metheny's store, a fine piece of resldenco property. Owner has good 0 reasons for selling. It will take to trade. Property cost inoro than this. Well Improved and will $1,-80- and ordered for exceptions. 0 Chad. Hemractt and M. P. DoMyer very latest thing in foot wear is here. From the cradle to old age we fit them nil. The shoes we are showing are smart to the limit. ALL PRICES TO SUIT YOU Why wear old style shoes when the Saturday aftomoon Miss iKirn entertnlned tho Kntro Nous C ub 111 fclOO III llOIIOr OI IRV frnm wnlor class of Hickman College iinnV un. hIavihI with much Interest luncheon wns served A Mlsse l.cah Harry Thoso present: Ha Dnvldson, VAUn l.nlnn. Dottlo xelle Johnson. Mnggnle Hico lllanche Holm nnd Will Hondurnnt. two-cours- e done for that the that the their frt sir.I'- " -- pred- - !'" lawful age ' lug the woik When He ' worked up e expondlturi cf cured tin i" r " i 1 represent a i'' t lnv nclinol at J:tr. Ill the morning At 11 n. m.. and 7 p. in, preaching bv Dr. J. It. Stewart, of Nashville The sermons ntid music will be treat to all who may attend. Methodist church services: Hun was oil, was rls. about t- - ii'i' ' seelir f This .ir at ' and now we have ever shown. Our I ailorcd Suits nnd rants are made of the very best Woolens the market affords. SUITS FROM $12.50 UP PANTS FROM $4.00 UP Fit and Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed, Our Spring Goods SlebcS'vaiU arm enoii btoiui E. C. RICE & CO. oivsxx Uiorlted to I J t: N inont for til' w k on Its men - a ' Fulton Oriui' t Wednesday night at Union City, a lu the nid . well known grocery store went up In havo to i'uv It 0(lumen with loss which will be III Tho tho neighborhood of J3.f,00. a t ll Hluier K building belonged to Hardy I.lgoii. social econei Tho Oceamm, which sailed from 1100 In two t Wit. T Now York Saturday for HermUdn had borer, on going to Klmlrn N on board 02 bridal couples, l" Herniuda to spend their honeymoons thnt he h a c" "' going to subsUntlal far maiiT C. A. Murchlson. a mer of tho Cayco neighborhood, was J. (I Halt a plensant callor nt this offlco lues i Hi ' r. n"v ' ( dny. aI v: last rminiv unit ato wns by m tlm rant bill was not Tho knockout the Watklnt bill received In the Ken a tie vote and was due thnt tho author of the present to vote for It ApieaU The InJu'" " termlne wle i'i' - ' ' NEW HARNESS SHOP We are prepared to fit you in anything in the way of Harness, we also carry a line of Ooooooooooooo The Courier costs only one dollar a year or less than 2 cents per wock, Are you a subscriber T It is too choap to either steal or borrow. Sub scribe today. Vour money re- y funded, If set satisfied I I I bear cloto Inspection. Part time. Hickman Courier Realty Co. 8am and Ann Hayden will be tried before Judge Naylor Friday In an effort to put them under a peace bond of D00. According to the trial before Judgo Naylor, they aro ac cused of trying to take tho nolco of Mrs, Ilaydeu from tho family of W T Johnson, and it is claimed that the Haydenu havo threatened the members of the Johnson family. Collars, Hames, Tugs, Bridles, Breeching LINES AND BACK BANDS HARNESS AND SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY PrlooM nonMonnlslo MJXT DOOR TO I'AKMiiHS & MlikCHANTS HANK A. J. WRIGHT, Manager. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. 0 eoo O Mist Mnrle Ilrovnrd will entertain a number of friends tonight In honor of Mrs. Jno. finrdner, of Martin. The Woman's Missionary 8ocIety will meet with Mrs. J. T. Stephens nt 2 30 tomorrow afternoon. Itnnrv Itnulnnd. nued fi5. of FllltOII droiined dead Sunday night while talking aa the Ulephouu. Jno. Hmothorman, of Arinorel, Ark la tho guest of hla sister, Mrs. O. A Ferry. Mlt,s Muudo Mooro vlsltd In Cairo u few days laat week. MIhb Mabel Wilson It on the sick list this week. T. T. Swayne la on tho tick list this week WI11U Wilson U on tba sick lUt 0. r'n. ii. Htockman. this week future hoiin ' wh-- fr ' ' A hill Kentucky If1 pay of iiietnhi at m rive noi Tli r In session A" li' gliosis of M,J ' ' Curt Stilt H day at hi l"'t With. Tenii ' I: " I I'hreo iia Iko DoUu"' State-- ' Miss .iiayi" Hits week Kv-ri- i! ,.t one Schmidt. l W C0RN ITS CULTIVATION. ,Seeond i ,. A3 . Installment) InstHul micli A. MrOlurw "r"l M or ' if I ut 3 T,f . producing (oimly. wo ngnln tftko ttils week. In our ono Important , omitted i'o manipulation nt too i.nlds n wealth , District a prominent jit ll I I I ?UrpHSe If fl, It J 7 J. it 't .1 ' he clod. If nny. top whero they cnnl i or of by harrowing j a fine seiil mm mane .1 Irlinentnl to tllO Imlr Hie reason that when t ( f of them their func penetrnto j i3 they cannot , - disked both I for .way tlltc I n It tenra mo ground .tiulily, thin l ilonofor JP ,,f pulverising !' the object of till d Klrnt, In plowing f,M is pulverised surfneu In iitntli nnii hi luniiiiK ,rn fleltl. .milil Ilcroro urenK-- . !" 1i bt special Ma Q PaiU 12 Quart Galvanized II U. U Ellisoh Bros. i See Show Window. On Sale SATURDAY MORNING next, at 10 o'clock. No telephone order lOc accepted. COME On account of the bad weather for the opening day of our Sale LAST SATURDAY, we shall continue K nrrii lor juiim iuou, nir mince anil when enter nn nlrl rootlet vurk ceaneii for thotlmn v mnnot feed tho plant t t ,. U .v ' ti v m it K , v. pnsncd throiiRh till connection, u m wish ''.at - 'nature nblior n i- lio charged with r 11 submit for tho ar render on nrtlclo mini's Itiirnl world n progressive farmer! Priie Wlnnlno Corn. x I, .a J This Week MILL REMNANT SALE Mill Remnants, you know, are short lengths and pieces made by the mills, too short to put in a bolt. They are Just as good as the goods in the pieces, but because they are remnants the mills dispose of them at a sacrifice. We bought a big quantity of them last week and offer them at prices way be- , r determinations to I was never con- me soils, but WM contluk : j i n r ii ko I wiik en- ibl' ten etirit of com fair und won tho prlte to doner InveHtlgn- iciiMliced Hint co ml I i ii tlie most unpor K i-- i ' Mii'ceful corn a few grow- - rule Hint i u n i X under drain- of corn, wheat mid I'jtcr come every 3rd ,owed by corn. Plenty iMire I applied. 1'vo s' i in of i, k I I j - i.unrclnl fertlllxer of and rightly applied 'u tho yield nnd con- quality. I low the regular prices of other stores. Red Seal Dress Ginghams Note these prices 6c Brown Domestic : J r, ,. I t. 4 1 1 k. Si r, a so i tooth harrow (and with tho roller), you ' i retain tho nioliture. c uld be dono n enrly n Htiible. I prefer! . m a i, feel npnrt with ' to each bill, alway iliviituat enr for itrons With two italk In tho ' each way. nnd each '"R ono ear of corn, we 7, l o bualiels per aero r latlsfattoo . iik : tho iprliiR work i d bed It U Important Uly bvforu tho ground dry out nnd become ' k to Ixj remembered r t preparation U not to when It li tho leant 'orouRli dlncliiR, early. prefer fall plowing with cut other Injurlou M'it fo do ii way wlh Amoskeag Check Gingham Calico Mill Rem-- . nants Simpsons Prints 6c Other Stores sell them at 12 5c Sell elsewhere 3c Of 6c goods at 8uc 4ic 4c Regular price 7c Zephyr Gingham 8c K1 fc. C W I la Riven bo-r It planted, or. In a properly prepared aeed cultivation iki- I hod of cultivation do--1 t r i.n the condition of I 1 cl'hatlon Beside these we have Mill Remnants of Cheviots, Indian Head Suitings, solid color Ginghams, fine Mercerized Waistings, Dress Linens, Table Linens, White Goods, Bleached Domestics, etc., together with Muslin Underwear, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Quilts, Petticoats, Table Cloths and Napkins, Towels, Hosiery, Shoes, Clothing, and 1001 of it- 1 the LITTLE THINGS so Useful About the House 4 11 '. ' n hr weather. A very ' follow with n plko-- - 4 u a: i ' r ! -- " " rurfaco of tho Rround. KRini to blado. Corn wd with amall iplkes Rhil'- It la four or flvo - o or tbreo darn hat been planted, bull a tlio corn ahoot 11 At Mill Remnant Sale Prices l t W ti i ' rhould beKln early, nl- d. r, llfo Ii too abort ' n ate cIoho and deep mm gradually Roahal ' tier away from tho ' ELLISON BROTHERS RESIDENCE FOR SALE. proiluco backed up by boII and clt Ills farm Is flvo miles from uinte. Tho Hickman Courier tins a nlco Jefferson City. Ho wilt mnko tho 2 story brick houso and trip to tho executive office uud re- two good Iqts for salo cheap. All Imturn every day, uilut: his nutouiobllo. provements, two cellars, cistern, etc. Furmers ns u class ubhor the word, It will cost Jl'.OOO to build houso, our or rutlier phruse, scientific funning; price SHOO. Ask for No. C4. all tbero Is to it Is finding out nature's ways, what sho requires uud Thirsty? HKO Is whn. you need governing ourselves accordingly in When tho cultivation of our soli. ridicule you hear n scientific furmlng, put it down that uu don't know what hu Is talking ubout and Is in tho old rut up to tho hub. Wo havo secured thu sued corn and havo flvo progressive boys pledg- ed to enter tho 'Trim Winning Coutest." This corn will bo tested by tho official score curd by un expert from thu college of agriculture, when It Is placed on exhibition next tun. Don't criticise your doctor This ovent will occur ou tho buiiio because medicine prescribed when thu Kuruiurs' ditto If possible by him fails to have the dewnui nuouuiiuu Institute convenes, sired effect. The prescripKulr Unit wo heard wills-lierAgricultural six-roobench-warm- ' nllcr " rootliiK- - x 0 one of tho luoit the farm and alwaya harrow nnd cultlvn- corn I elRht or ten The roller Mi mndo In n an to itruddlo tho : COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mlnnlo Scenrcc, I'lnlutlff, against Myia Sccnrco and Zoma Scearce, do-- f nilnnts. Uy virtue of a Judgment nnd Or dor of Salo of Kulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho January torm, thereof, 11)10, In tho abovo cause, for wl'h Interest at the the sum of por cent, per nnmini from rule of 10 day of the until paid, and costs herein, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Houso door In Hickman, Ivy., to thu highest bidder, at I'UHI.IC AUCTION, on tho day of March, 1910. at 10 o' clock a. in., or thereabout, (belua County Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, Ninety-fou- r acres lying east of nnd adjoining lot No. 5 In tho division of the lands In tho action In Pulton conn t: 1 ' r I continue tho cultl- t'TiiiRinK n mowur wheel ' arlcimlth " r"rn I too tall for tho lif- .L. . Km. , ' ttuMi between tho rows. aet n lot of teeth on tho mower r" uld project 14 Inchon and at n backward !; rcea; omit tho teeth f tho wheel near tho a tl'lvntlon may bo It continues to rain I Inclined to crack 1 fol-n1 Power- FOR SALE: One of the best corner lota in Hickman now occupied Mott's Nervine Pills by J. It. Brown's mill; also a good Tho great nerve and brain treatcombined store and residence. Tho ment for men and women, produces residence has about 8 rooms. Lot strength and vitality, builds up the Is 22x100 feet Will sell worth tho system and renews the normal vigor. money. Call at Hickman Courier ofFor sale by druggists or by mall, $1 fice. por box, 6 boxes for $5. Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. HOT DRINKS CowguTs I HEALTH AND VITALITY. It (ttf .1 iiucitlon that tho Ih as posilblo as t of llvo vtock. This plmhed by breedlni; or Kvery fnrmer should 'oiifh with his which Is testing tho to nroduco more corn quality. I.lko pro-rli- e 'J Itn-'or- n Over Illness Keep Well as long as you can, but when you do get ill s b 'r best seed 6ri IW I till , ... 1 till 1 ' 1C ) 1 nttentlon 'hnraeter of ssed corn, ' of shelled grnlu to hi conslilored carefully. ih' Ion. alio, shape, fill- nils nnd other points w a perfect com. You )'our com cloisulv. Htmlv p"d streiiKthen tho weak fla ltiK or crossing with stroiiK whoro yours 11 t'lore, InJIuna. ' men cun muko It go. nono thoy bo found 7 Wo bolluvo wo ou thu vury men lias been put our fingers success. Tulk It cun uiuku it u Is ubout T Three or four dolor-mine-d Can cun that up. 0 PILESI Williams' Indian Tile Ointment, will euro llllnd, UloedluK and Itching 1'lle it absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at once, acts aa a poultice, gives in stant rellet Williams' rile Olutmeut is prepared for l'llos and Itching of tho private parts. Sold by druggists, mall 60c and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props,, Cleveland, Ohio. PILESI '7 ..." i4l, ; 'nto the Subsoil. ' . udvni,tKt. of his ' O kliis... - ,fur,l'r. but backs up j iixwmg in a rami I " .nri'lrnl nt til (I MotUoUtst oversee and conduct 10 demonstrate church next Sunduy morning uud ,lt tiT .. -- ,1 I1 ii wua of fnrBiluK cau "ir !. tion may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give.tbe 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. Get Well as soon as you can. To do this requires the services of the best doctor and the best prescriptionist. Disease has all the advantages no matter who the doctor is if his prescriptions are improperly filled or if the drugs used have lost part of their curative power. You need our kind of service to get the best results from your doctors prescriptions. Sickness is too dangerous to take chances bring your prescriptions here. . . !., Cow gill's Drug Store (Incorporated) ('gainst A. K. Scearce, etc , being pur i of thu NV and SIS Quarters, Sit. 35, T. 2, It. 4 W., same being deeded to Albert S. Scearce by A. ('. Holmes, Special Commission' r in K.ad cuso; also a undivided Inter ebt lu 85 acres in tho NV U ot Sic :'4, T. , It. 4, V., nnd being same lind owned by W. C. Scearce ut the t mu of his death. Or sufficient thereof to produco the sums of money so ordered to be made. For tho purchaso price, tU purchuser, with approved security or securities, must execute Ilond, bear lug legal interest from tho day ot sale until paid, uud having the forco and effect ot a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms, x ly Court of Hobert L. Scenrco et ul, Hickman Drug Company i Incorporated J IK MILNEH, Com. J AN hXCELLENT REMEDY. Hints For Hostess .Secretary Dickinson Is a Merry Wag 3 I Will Break Up a Cold In Twenty-Fou- r Hours and Curs Airy Cough That Is Curable. Tho following tnlxturo Is often prescribed nnd Is highly recommended for coughs, colds and other throat and bronchial trouble, Mix two ounces of Olyccrlne, a of Virgin Oil of Pino compound pure, and eight ounces of puro Whisky. Theso can bo bought in any good drug atoro and ens-llmlx-- d together In a largo bottle. Tho genuine Virgin Oil of pine com. pound wure Is prepared only In tho laboratories of tho Iach Chemical Co., CltHnnntl, ami put up for dispensing In vlnls. half-ounchnlf-ounc- o SAVED FROM iH 99 After-Dlpne- TIMELY SUGGESTIONS for Those Planning Seasonable Entertainments XZtn V .. PFVIsSV ' a few tricks to bo learned from a real live one from Tennessee. A friend met him after ho'd been hero three months find asked him. how Its was go--) Ing " Well,' said this fellow who'd had ambitions, 'I've mbout mndo tip mr mind that If they'll lot mo bar mine . y OPERATI fcyLydiaftPinkhanl Ycgetapiecompnri H I vri ni WASHINGTON Do tho onerous of secretary of war put cobwebs on- - the firnla yt Ja'cob M. Dickinson of Tennessee und They do not, chorus all the members of the Tennessee society of JCew York, who sat in frout ot tholr crnmplcd napkins nt tho end of the .annual dinner of their organization nt tio Waldorf recently and listened to mmn now ones that wcro uncorked to pop and sltilo by the genial and Chlcagoan who holds dawn tho portfolio of war In the Tnft cabinet. "When I heard that this was a body of Tennessecans," said tho secretary after ho had arisen from his place at the speakers' table and cast his eyes around on tho feminine products of that heralded state where the blucgrasg grows. In fiction asd cong, "when I heard this I could ' Chi-eage- r n '' they'can keep thelr'n" "You all have heard tho story about tho. fellow who'd been bltton by a rat tlesnnte," said' sir. Dickinson. In "a gentle query. "No? Well, tho fellow got bltton by tho rattlesnnko and he was In a desperato condition. A friend ot his grabbed a quart flank and started for tho place whero he know ho could get the only recognized antidote for n rattlesnake bite. "The man thcro started to fill up the flask, but It was one of those eastern commercial flasks that didn't hold a' quart when it aught to hare. You, know tho kind, gentlemen. The man who was filling the flask had about a three finger dose left over and tht kind friend who was waiting to tako the flask to tho stricken man sav thcro wns this much left over. "What shall I do with this left overt-askethe man who was Oiling Hero there- - wns a slight Rasp ot an tlelrallon nod doubt from the fair ones. r hurried to "llccause, add. with a' touch of gallantry, "I said to myself, 'if any state turns out nil 'this galaxy of fair women there can't e enough left within its borders to tnaio it a real state' " That set Jacob M. Dickinson solid f the 309 Tenncs-.sccan- a rrith about gathered about tho tables, and Tie proceeded in a mellow vein ot one-hal- not bcllovo It." tho flaslc "'Well, come to think ot it, that pesky snako took an awful leap at me said the fellow who was waiting for the flask, 'and ho pretty near "got me. too "And. speaking of flasks, there was tho fellow who went to tho legislature-dowIn Xashvlllo once, and ho stood up nnd started to niako a speech. Maybe ho'd been treating his bald spot with that stuff that comes In "You know a fellow from Tennessee cantc to New York a few years ngo jnd before he came he told tlio down homo that he intended to show thoso New Yorkers they didn't Tidow it all. He reckoned there were pco-;ple flasks; nnyway, one of tho opposition party and there Isn't much of an opposition party In Tcnncssco legislature at any fimc got up nnd hollered. You're drunk!' " 'I may bo drunk,' tho member said. 'If I am, that's a tomporary condition. Dut you're a damn fool, and that' a permanent condition.'" r Tricks. qulto (ho thing to have a number ot clever tricks "up ono's iilcove." ns It were, with which to be gullo a few moments after dinner, or to work In nt mi opportuno moment when thcro comes n lull In tho con versallon. Jugglery was tho oldest of tho sciences and every one. old or young, Is Interested In strnngo or seemingly wonderful feats, A very slniplo trick Is called Th" Balanced Coin." Tnko n bottle, coik It, nnd In tha cork plnco n needle. Cut a slit In another cork so that the edgo ot a nllror dollar will fit Into It; then put two forks Into tho upper cork. Placo the edgo of tho coin, which holds tho upper cork and forks, on tho point ot tho needle, and It will rovolvo without falling. This will amuse children, especially a child who may bo a prisoner from illness, or on a rain' day. To ruako a revolving flguro is interesting. Cut a wee man out of a thin bit of wood, make him ond In ono leg Instead ot two: mako a pair of long arms shaped like oars or paddles. Then placo him on top ot your finger nnd blow hard. Tho little man will go round and round. Another clever feat Is tbo Spanish dancer. Cut a figure from pasteboard; gum ono foot on tho Inverted sldo of a watch crystal, then placo It on a clean plate. Hold tho plato slanting nnd It will slide down; but drop a HUIo water on the plate; Instead of tho glass sliding. It will begin to revolve, and contlnuo to rovolvo with Increased velocity as tho person choscs. This Is In conscquenco ot tho cohesion ot water to tho two surfaces, by which a new force Is JnnUn, Rita, Trous, ITrluh, Vastitl, Woe, Youth. Sfcuir It Is now Toasts for All Occasions, Ifere'a to the prettiest. Here to (he wittiest. Here's to the truest nf all who are true. Here's to the sweetest one. Here's to the neatest one. Here's to them all In one. Here's to you. flhe'e beautiful, there fere to be wortM, Hhe'a a woman, thereftire to bo won. nnd abates misery, by the doubling Joy. and dividing; our grief. P00RCH0LLY. r v jflsfcv I iv i i -- 1 - m ue, . r Kara nl lr , . - uaifJ j and! To Friendship It Improves bapplnesi ot out I ii t II lissil Choi ly I 1 bbbbW. There Is so much rood In the worst of us. There la so much bad In the best of us. That It III become any one of us, To talk about the rest of us. They talk about a woman's sphere at though It had a limit There's not a place In earth or heaven. There's not a task to mankind given. There's not n blessing on a woe. There's not a whispered yes or no. There's not a life or birth. That has a feather's weight of worth without a woman In It. May every Joy attend you. And Heaven dally send you, Illeaslnga In heart and home. A faithful knight to tend you, And callanty defend you, Wherever you may roam. Here's to the man I love. And may that man b he Who Invea but one, and only one. And may that one be met -- I Is your sister In, my boy? Willie Just giro mo your card, and I'll go and seo if you'ro do guy she l'lnallylwasconflUtoBr1 told mo to tell dat she was out an ration win! J,wr est, Wisconsin. Another Operation AvoIJm e w Orleans, I i ?i fered f,. A ' , "SWltVi a iron. Pure Iron Is only a laboratory preparation. Cast Iton, Uie most generally useful variety, contains about five per cent, of impurities, and tho curious, thing Is that It owes lis special value to the presence ot these. Purs Iron can be shaved with a pocket knife; Impuro Iron can be mado almost as , bard as stool. etaulo Compound a trim flriL was saved from nn owrau0n,2iJ OrleanI-aconfirm . Thirty rears of unparalWfd rarr Itin ham'. VmiAta ftniSS uiiswiiiiuii iiaumonjccritJ Pitching Curve. Oamo Warden This deer was found dead on your premises, nnd yet you deny that you killed it? Here's to our better loving! , And here's to our love outgrown) Farmer Waal, it happened like Here's to the Miter whirlwind Tbat rest what our seeds have sown) this: My wife was throwln' n stun at tho hens, an' soma way tho deer, Here's to the friend tint love us which was feed In' round back o tho Too deep for tears or word! barn, got hit-And here's to those that love us. When only the sense Is stirred. MADAMK Mr.ltrtt. Kxamlno carefully every bottlo of CASTOIMA. a safe and sura remedy for infants and children, and sco that It Ing In proves ronckslvtlr t ci iuanam s rgctable .i' remnrknliln remxle Iccreui treaslnir feminine his from Mtlchl uumij wuuien suner. If VOIl Wlltlt your cam) write to .Mrs. l'lnii,. i NlUV-lnln.-l. nt Lynn. ir'i uun uiwiijs uulptul. Jin. Her ndtlcel Important to Mothors. cuci for uvcr Troubl A CURE THAT rrnrc. . remedy which not only clrask nu purines nut organ, but cnerf Kl"a and vlUlUci it without Irri eating produced. Government Declares War on Sparrows hunts tho nesting places and destroys eggs and young blue birds, house wrens, tree swallows and barn swali lows. Tho robin, the catbird and the! mocking bird It attacks and drives out! ot parks and shade trees. It has noj song, but drives out the song .birds and brings only nolso In return. After having learned all this about tho sparrow, after an extensive In-- , vcstigatlon, the department ot agriculturo shows a way to destroy the! bird. First, whenever sparrows roost aronnd your .house, destroy their nests. If they roost at night on your eaves trough, drive them away with a .long pole. Dy destroying nests wherever they aro seen the Incrcaso can be pre-- i vented. The sparrows likes to nest In carl-- i tics and can be trapped through this, preference. It will roost in boxes that may be put up to make Its capture easy. It may bo lured to spread grain and shot and killed in other ways, or may be 'poisoned. Wheat soaked In strychnin Is said, to be preferable. This method has been adopted In California, whero It was necessary to protect ripening fruit. booter of the earth, and ought to be So rules tho depart-sen- t exterminated. of agriculturo In a bulletin Just .published, which also tells how to got xid of the pest. This declaration of war by the is in striking contrast to relief movements started In certain cities recently to save these birds from starvation because ot the severe winThis sparrow studiously, says tho department bulletin, hunts and eats Insects that are beneficial to plant life, tchilo it passes over moro or less those that aro harmful. Tho only good thing it docs Is to eat the seed of weeds and prevent their spread. Aside from that - there Is nothing to bo said In Its favor. More than that, It Is murderous. It Is THE English sparrow ratthe plrato of Is the freeair, Just as tho ter. I 'Orders a Lunch at the Stamp Window V I AWASIHNGTONIAN l went to a doctor and told him all about It The doctor looked blm over. o "Oom boom," the doctor said a ot times. Then he asked: "Got or relatives In town?" -Nopo. All Hvo up north." "Do you write to them?" ""Nope. Nevor write letters." ""low's your appetite? Eat much?" "Nope. Haven't any appetite." -Well." said the doctor, "you do 'three things. Stop dissipating. Eat regularly. Get Into touch with your relatives. That's all the mental and physical recipes you need." cou-Ul- decided he The man gave the doctor (wo dollars and went away. That night he tolled painfully up the stone steps ot tho post ofllco. Ho had resolved, though he had disobeyed Injunction No. 1 that day, he would at least keep two and three. Ho presently found himself in front of a square, open window. Behind the window stood a man several, mayhap. I "Well?" the man asked. purchaser braced Tho would-bblmsolf with bands. He wanted to' remember Just what two and three were and which was which. "Well?" the man asked, his tone a little sharper. The situation was becoming somo what embarrassing. Why couldn't bo What what his mind; remember? groped back through bis visit to the Quit eat write homo. His doctor. face brightened. Ho beamed upon the man baci. ot tho window. "Ah, yes',' ho murmured. "Sot" boll eggs, toas' an' coffee." i Veiled sashes continue In favor foi tho danco gown draperies. Pale yellow nppears everywhere, In wraps, gowns and hats. ' Nevertheless, the best of the new evening gowns nre of crepe meteor. Louis XV. bowknots ot velvet, sll vcr, crepe de chine or any desired ma lerlal appear on fancy dancing frocks ton. One phase of the oversklrt shows II II Klnc ot Tyre, so the chronicle runs. I was bom whe n hl mother was old. of figured or braided or otberwla J wai once entered by anlee that wersj trimmed fabric, worn over a plain bold. K A terrible earthquake swallowed up K, skirt. For evening wear satins of more ot u a ppyslclan beloved, whom 'twas wise to obey. less luster are holding on tenacious!) U waa a leader who thrice atruck the and mny go through the winter as s rock. N the proudest of klnc. who ale Taaa favorite material. All silk goods of the "cashmere" fin like an ox. O waa a giant with bedstead Immense, Ish class aro In excellent demand foi P earned hla llvtns by the making- - or tho voluminous wraps and evening tents. Q caino from Arabia lth camels and coats now In the height of fashion. wealth. A single largo bow of velvet made It was the water where a leper found with r material waa used health. S sane; In prison, and the doors were then to adorn the side, of a velvet toque. The velvet with two loops without elert. T was the place where a cloak was.once end and with a large looped center. left. D being; married, waa In the king's way, V being; modest. In court could not stay. Use of Black Chiffon. W waa pronounced on people that aln. Illack chiffon over silver Is a com X Is not found the Itlbte within. Y la the time when seldom we tire. blnatlon favored by many ot tho best Z was a city that escaped rain of Are. dressmakers, and this combination is especially distinguished on tho woman CHAHACTKItH. with gray or white hair. A touch of Aaron. Ilalaam. Cyrus, Deborah. Kira. chantllly lace laid over white chiffon Fir. (lad. Illram, Isaac, Jericho, Korah, Luke, Moses. Nebucbadnexur. 0 (king; makes theso black and silver frocks of Bashnn), Taut. Queen of Ulieba, lllvcr Ideally beautiful. three-inarte- Alphabetical Olble Characters. A fine contest for a Sunday school class, contributed by a reader, with whom It Is original: - a Jewish hleh print, A Is for A U was n prophet who owned a queer benat C was u IVrstan, great kin o'r that Und. D was a prophetess, noble and Brand. E went from Iubvlon to hit country forlorn. F the tree that shall crow, In place ot tho thorn. O had much cattle, one of Jacob's twelve Hears the Signature of In Use For Over .'W Years. Tho Kind You Ilavo Always IloughL (JZa&oZUtV. SIMMON'S Stranger. Hoatras You won't como to church with us. then, Phyllis? Phyllis (down for tbe week end)- I don't think to, dear. You see. I shouldn't know a soul there! For Hesdsche Try Hicks Capudlne. Whether from Colds. Heat, Btomach or Nervous troubles, (lie arhes are speedily relieved by Cepudlne. It's Uquld-pteant to take KfTerts Immediately. 10. atul()o at Drug Blorcv as. Liver IN YELLOW Purifii TIN BOXES Ok! And the twit euro for roaitM non known. Tell yourdrugj:Ut you wsntlt:; "ai.M.MUN'6'' and stick to It I; If hehun't he'll iret it you. And It's theonerrmedrl Kei to get rkl ot Uvcr 1 roc colli. At All a A girl is never satisfied until she has hypnotised tome young man Into telling her how bandiomo she Is. Dmilhii, Ettrjilwi, 2Sc, hi 1 A. B. RICHARDS MEOfCIIE COSIksh, AGENT, Drop fiibitmadt fweass) 4 nd wrifstam. rfthlnCj HO sr ii Q xVatf MtU UsdaaMI AfWf s -- 4 A For Baby's Pins wbcly directed, will causo her to give to her little ones only tho moit wholesome, ami beneficial remedies nnd only when actually needed, nnd mother uses only the the pleasant nnd ccntlo laxative remedy Synip of Figs nnd Elixir of Senna when a laxative is required, ns it is wholly free from nil objectionable substances. To get its beneficial effects always buy tho genuine, manufactured by tho California well-inform- HI Co. Wort asTT'VsTT .lUUUr Pi dl.trtrt. WrlteloOir. EOWIM sr I W. rlMf-ta- M4S F. BtlCH, Wi sill alatl XL. CWa F"0 R v SSW wti l boa uj Cd IM -' .jj sMJ Wleos.pv-"pnai in jci( , psrerwl9JolJiepriat!a(or;-Wsritr' lm" tHMf a Z II m ...nntl niiKIIIRIi NIIMUB ib.rl --oih.r surtb-- s .sir "DSFIANCI" l .. Fig Syrup W""" ' ""'li i More Free must be whlto, and even tho water can be used to glvo whlto relief to the colored background. A moro conventional decoration Is that ot tho tiger lilies. Oreon for tb broken stem and leaves, palo yellow for tho bud, and nu orango shade to tip tho petals aro suggested. The placing of a monogram udds n ot sonal touch at tbo expense of a llttls time. Tho wild-carro- Homesteads of "gang," and ha carefully notes ull telephone calls. So all you have to do, In tho rush and bustle, is to keep In touch with Mann, and tha( managing editor will never have cause, to complain ot delay. came bustling' Into A stranger Mann'a room ono day. j "What what?" said Mann. NEWSPAPER man, recently come "Ob, I guess I can stay here," said to Washington and new to the senstranger. "I'm a taxpayer, I want ate press gallery, hustles Into tho out-e- r the sco what my representative is do to room. log" "What what?" asked Charley Alann, Mann at first was for having him pub superintendent of tbo gallery out. Tline ho cbangod his mind. -on ths Wank News," said Oh. I'm "You say you're a taxpayer?" ho, ifee correspondent. Hann Jookod him over "very care- asked. fully. He'll know Mm nextltno, Just , "Yes, I'm a taxpayer." "Well, you come with rae," said be knows all tho correspondents. Mann Is always on the Job. He takos Mann. "You'ro a dodo bird or al , great caro of all telegrams from (be most. Your kind Is pretty nearly ex-Jmne offices that come for any mem- - tlncf bo r of tho j , Charley Mann Discovers a Taxpayer A and receptacles In plain wnue or paie rnlnra TIlpV SUDDleiUCIlt the litt'O toltctto sets and in a satisfying way keep pins from tno uampness ana m compact mass. ntnin ttnvea nre tirocurable. and the whlto shapes that resomblo Ivory aro tho ones rocommonuou tor uotno pins of nil snapes. sues anu aro given their duo amount attention In tho appropriate selec tion of plnholdors. Thoso vary in slzo and material, but probably the mn.t rinrntiln and at the sauio time tho daintiest, aro tho celluloid boxes BBY'S Secretary Hallinger has ordered 1,400,000 ncrej choice land thrown open to settlers under the r jtiej ,a!J stead laws, on nnd ntter March i, 1910. is mostly level or rolling prairie nnd is ccvck d a heavy growtu 01 wnu grass. 1110 "n i clay loam. This land lies in Valley County, . u t design looks well on green lids, A darkot shade Oils In tho leaves and steins, whllo whlto dots show up prettily In tbo flowers, If you prefer, this can bo painted with palo greens upon a while ground Thoro ure other plnholdors which If you purchase an oblong plnbox como In wooden form, hard enough to tho graceful Illy design Is partoula admit ot the brush and smooth onougb y well adopted to this shape, With to give a finished appearand on tht carbon paper tho design can be' trans- llttlo dressing table. Tho application ferred to the top ot tho lid. The Wjf of paint or dye will do wondoru to forms look yery attractive when make thoso accessories ludlvlduul and painted lu palo yollow or lavender artistic. t Clever aunts, mothers and frlenii Tho swirling linos Of tha stream In palu gioon, and tho will novor hesitate to give u pursonoi should bo done loaves in the same unauo outuncu touch to thoso llttlo things which wlli lift them from the rcady-uiudt- t vurletj Ith ink. to a higher piano ot docoratlon. U yout net Is blue or pink tho Ulle faroing It is known to bo very fertilo nnd wherever cat has been carried on, good yields of wheat, c n , ' barley, flax, alfalfa, hay, potatoes and even a been obtained. Tito land is free under the " ,n; l?ws. No registration no drawing. No ' li nnd disappointments as is thecaso with tiiol tem. No expense except the few dollars for Mmk 1 , Eastern Montana Tho Great Northern Hallway Is now buildins a branch line throiiKh tho very Iieart ot Uie tract. Ijovt ono way anu round trip rale during March and April. Send for nap folder giving full details. All (or "Rkxj tot" hSm Lisdt Circular. Oeatral luuililrslluu Ai"ol 121.1 Great Northern IUsf. Ht, I'uul, Mlua. E. C. LEEDY CONVlGr S GOLD IN MINE SING TO SING THE SHADOW OF DEATH Rsmarkablo Recovery of a Washington Woman, Mrs Enn Rhi fur Vast nrA Itf n m. Ington 8ta., Ccntralln' Wash., with ono gono, tho kidney other badly diseased, and five doctors In IS HEIR $1,000,000 OF ROCKY BOY INDIAN LANDS OPEN FOR SETTLEMENT. 5 IE DIGS GRAVE marrweRS IN J. EDWARD BOECK, FRIEND CHINESE EMPRE88, TO GET MISER'S HOARD. Now 138.000 TO ' .1 2get n l)wn pnEPAnlNQ nlDTNER. 4 LltS L f- OF LUCKY STRIKES la aervlnis n aentenco of aoven yeara In filng Hlng for n Jewelry swindle In 1007, is perhaps the only holr to more than 11,000,000 loft by his undo. J. C of Ht. Paul, who died there York.J. Kdwnrd lloock, who Stone to Throw st out Metal - jna ri"" 50,000 Uncover ,rt wheel Picks Up MM'1 .. n( all Ihn rnmin f ' recently nmld aqunlld aurroundlngs taunsberry was thought by hla neigh bora to bo very poor, but when his effects wero searched It was found that ho had securities and bonds representing n fortune. Tho first Intimation that linock was related to Imnsbcrry was when n message signed "Louisa C noock," Ilocck's consultation, was thought to bo In a hopeless state. Tho story of Mrs. Shearer's awful sufferings, and hor wonderful cure throueh imlne i, r. cf io Mh t moro remarknblo 0lvcr Mnr,,n nni1 I Doan'a Kldnnv I'llln. In n tnnir nnn. lint will Intcrcst any sufferer with bnckncho or Kiancy trouble, and Mrs. Shearer will toll It to an; ono who writes her, enclosing a stamp. "1 nm well nnd actlvo, though CG years old, and glvo all tho crcait to uoan's Kidney Pills," says Mrs. Shearer. ftemomber the name Dnnn'i. TYir sale by all dealers. CO cents a box. r Co., Buffalo, N. Y. osicr-Miiuur- n Secretary Halllngcr has Issued In structions to throw open 1,400,000 acres ot land in Karitcrn Montana to; whlto settlers. This land was withdrawn about two years ago for tho purpoio of allotting to the Itocky Hoy Indians. Tho tract contains tho very choicest lands In I Valley County and wherever farming has been carried on, It has produced ylolds ot from 20 to 30 bushels ot wheat per acre, 40 to 70 bushels of oats and large crops of hay, alfalfa and vcgotablcs. home-- , There are over 8,000 steads In this tract, which Is more than tho combined total In the Flathead, Spokano and Cocur , were d'Alcno Reservations, which opened to settlement last summer. ICO-acr, A Good McAIcstcf, Example "I am a good example," writes Mrs. R. L. Bell, of Okk, "of what Cardul will do for suffering ' women. j "I suffered with my head and back, for over six years, and although 1 fried everything, I never could net anything to do mc any Rood, until 1 began to take Cardul. "Cardul has surely helped mc and built mc up and I anf so thankful that 1 have found something that will do feci so much stronger and better than I have mc good. In a long time." It is well to make up your mind before you arc sick what medicine you will take when you arc sick. 1 11. , P" Z,t e( 1 . t r gold .a.-- to no purposo HEDGING. ., b!t ,f- r..raken -- ,, -. I ... ..,' J ura sbsr.-Ln'n- ..imlnlilprpil her last vnfn nn Ihn the quest In do- - parent strain. much money as tho Y. M. C. A. Hons havo been raised for now build-- . Ings nil over tho land, and with no apMil-- In the past ten years no other religious organization has received so The Wonderful Y. M. C. A. , CARD 01 CC47 l3 by a terrible drowned h, h Fowler 1 i Kravp had diir i. m L... wiirn i.i. I -J unyielding substance. fjrt t Bi"d lit and delight. n, ii h.i be nugget, tho utd w t n tnormous -- 1",!,, ,te!s " l- ' r,'rn o'nrndo's trro. and .. lstrnUon ot Its vast r6sourccs, Its encrgy In pushing Its work In tho cities and through tho railroad, army and navy branches and Its fine policy In following tho armies in all recent wars, havo created for It a world-wldenthusiasm; At tho last banquet of - Its buslncssllko ndmln- - ' The Woman's Tonic You will be glad to take it when you arc tired, miserable and when life seems a weary grind. It will put new thoughts Into your head, fresh courage Into your mind. If not sick now, at least burn Cardul on to the pages of your memory, so that when you are sick you will ask for it without thinking. If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists. Write la: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Cbattinooca Medicine Oa Chittinnooti, Texuu for Special Inttrvctlont. and book. Home Treatment tor women, tent free. ' n IV- Il e aie-m- Martin chunk" . ,sr r I" known tho world pounds six punees. -l Ltf :j nnd was inn nucleus oi $,,4 I cl a ut'lllon dollars which . .- rrtCxfBT m- - v roe u..... later year, road far In the krj f e r r; lbotit being nmaxou rtlfcC- - rrt Iiick nni piaym m arrr J.a1l ' 'f t tli lU -- ;: la In Visitor Yes. I think this painting of yours, 'Tho Old Mill." Is a wonderful painting; n great work of nrtt Artist Thank you, sir! Perhaps you might wish to buy HI Visitor Why yes! I'll give you three dollars for It It you'll throw in a nice framot erervfcll, tho international committee Senator ( itooi auirmcu inni iney nau mauo tholr way by working with men moro than by talking to them, saying: "Come with us," not "Co do that" Ily their nppenl to all classes ot Christians, as well as to they havo kept out of doctrinal theology, and by their activity In good works they havo escaped cant In religion. All Interested In saving our boys and young men rejolco In their world-widsuccess. Leslie's Wokly. e LEG Dined with the Chinese Empress. lfe, was found among tho miser's effects. It read: "Won't you go accurlty for Kddlc? Cnh not required, only security. If you can't furnish all will you furnish pari? Uavo hope of winning It this could Uj arranged." The messagn was dated April IE, 190S, a few weeks after lloeck had been brought back, from San Francisco, He waa caught a year nfter hla awln-dllnoperations among New York Jew elry firms and art dealers. Ills ball was fixed at 125,000 when ho was held A MASS OF HUMOR Stat or Ohio LVCA Cm or lire 4 k Krtoly " 1 a gold field In not been revcnlod uy The famoua Til--irtiUi a ".crt C::J b Unt Aiietralla raltht It ac.J t" rl hr a In o)ncCBltnrnt If ich an accident. Iblt ten Iwn r IckM tip a stone to nnd waa ap atruck hy lrlt a tiTffha' Ir.ilead of throwing it, It and found It covered pf.ka. which, even to i. .: rd ry auRgvated nold. lock t'ont homo, hla father -i lit'::--U to a miner and thua waa IjOTt-rIkn flow to tho hlddim rnre tcf I i tarra Uses 'he 'h- annda who flocked Rcld flnVia In Uie ltlV'c-;- a CcTnlah mlnera. w..'irre li:va and Itlchard Oatca, fjlrJ c.t a claim near tho tII-o- l til They act to work ';:r :nfldcnt that 'within a they would bo nblo to no Is thr!r natlro Cornwall rich tin t;t the r rrjfcctntlona wsre ccf4 to rr-- l dlinptiolntmenL Not BCD'.hi, tut many yenra paaaed r( 1'CI lw it; tTe .vnw; '" " litni d - for trial. He posed aa a friend of royalty, had traveled extensively, nnd Is well cdu cated. Ho was nn art connoisseur and Jewel expert, and numbered among bis acqualntanoea J. Plcrpont Morgan, cx Senator V. A. Clark, members of tho Guggenheim family nnd other wealthy men. He had been In China for years. Mid Prince 11 Lun was ono of his personal acquaintances. In many Instances lloeck had acted as a special ngent for tho Chlntso government in transac :";:e ( "About seven years ago n small abrasion appeared on my rlcht leg Just abo70 my ankle. It Irritated mo so that I began to scratch It nnd It began to spread until my leg from my anklo to the knee was ono solid scale like a scab. Tho irritation was always worso at night and would not allow me to sleep, or my wlfo cither, and It wan completely undermining our health. I tost fifty pounds In weight and was almost out ot my mind with pain and chagrin as no matter whero tho irritation came, at work, on the street or In tho prcsenco of company, I would havo to scratch It until I had the blood running down into my shoo, I simply cannot describe my suffer ing during thoso seven years. The pain, mortification, loss ot sleep, both to myself and wlfo is simply Indescribable on paper and ono has to expe rience it to know what It is, "1 tried alt kinds ot doctors and rem J. Curxtr milt oth thtt b. la (rater tartntr ol t firm ot K. J. enroll A Co. 4oui( LiaUiM n 1 h ciir ol TolNlo. Count f aojmm ot tfjmuit M tftal uM firm wci par the miu ONK lILNimLI) 1KJLLAK1 lor each and Mas ot Cata.hu that ran not b cured by U ur ol run OOCXTI. To lido, I f luua j I catauji I I Sirarn tnia ln da? ot Utctmbrt, A. mrr ft at frank j. cnnjurr. to baton me and aubambnl bi my preatnc, Prof it, not Necessity, is the Test' Wbrdidyfjo bur fine farm nuchlnrry, Jmptvrr IIto stock and teed, and the best varieties oi tnuii Because Ibe man bo sold them to too comloerd re that Ihcr would pay. Proceed on the tame basiawkot tou Day icriuircr. un me iroproTra leiiuiier 1 kind with rnoush Potaib In it to make a balanrtd-our dealer would ret it for jon U fc plant ration. knew that son wanted it. Tor crain. use 6: for corm. 8; and forroots.fniitandtnick.10prTCent.of Potala ' Cor Is tatra lntrrnallr arxt arts dlrretlr upon in bkjod and mucous aurUcca ot U srstm. bend tot teaUmonlala. tree. CO.. Toledo, r. 1. CHUNKY Fold br an Druntu. Tie. Tait llaua family run tor constlpatloe. ItaU'i mil Catarrh l, list, GtXASOX, A. W. Kctibt PniUC. ' , a Johnny Knew. Tho class In physiology was being called on. "Hemcmbcr, children," said the teacher, "there are no bones in the stomach." Johnny Smith's hand went up, "If you please, teacher, my baby brother has ono In bis. He swallowed a dollar yesterday." Foot-Eas- buy tome Potash salt for tou and put it la the roods yourself. -To Increase the Potash one per cent, add two pound s4 muriate or sulfate of Potash, or eight pounds of Kalnit to rrtrr t 100 pounds of fertUirer. dealer to D.a..t rays,tJrt Tent fertlllaer no troubi rirry Potaah 8aJ law roUsn tubulins tot, it wiuta 111 write .to aa about It. . o. D.. ...... GERMAN KALI WORKS BtltlaNft. Ctallacatal BalKlst sV ' ff'ti to P"oMit F'lU " De ihc-tt- an Enormoua Nuaaet, i ffH Ma .till an far romaroJ ' 1j years . nftur thoy bofian ttti b lh' ti Kum' l,,py w?ro o.J ' r" tho face. ,n,n(!r led li'a Pick th fiirc'' awn' t0 ,h0 outaklrt r !d, nnd as hu wandered. awnlttng trial. of the Arm said ho did Loyal to the Last. Mr. Wever - nd be no- - not net directly on tho case, but that Tim 1 hear tho undertaker dlod. Sim Yep, tho firm aas falling and tho telegram was sent nt tho Instance r a cart J Mftlng hla pick, of Mrs. lloeck. who camo to him from ho had to help It out. "C b,0W9 1,0 Vhl a OURht Itocck'a lawyer, Marx. Tho appoal to days. Ona lOe was In vain, for Jlouck PAKOrii.rn rimiui Lounsborry (IIM'MUM'lauaranleet to tura any ran Color mors poods trlghler snd faster colors thin sni olhet die. u mjb. oackags .. ' uo or f Itching, mind, ni l,rcn thu' could barely was compol'cd to remain In Jail untli lluleUAisoriuuuoy rvfuuded. 1'ruirudlug l'll. m usj Barmtni mmoui iippms apaiu mi.s mi wwuoi nw bthi. 'rom ItftL Ji , u a11"1' Tho bin trial aud conviction. At that timo ICvery man is worth just as much as a "oon known tho lloock gave his address ns Stamford, And n lot ot good resolutions are tho things uro worth about which hu Is His wlfo Is now believed to manufactured tho morning after. Conn, concerned, Marcus Aurcllus. WBKei nearly bo In Tamaqua, Pa, kaadr .7 on roi.nr a rnt'tiil. llo'Mtn nivK vui Allm, nJ 't wa. .old Mr a, Wlnalow'a Kootlilnir Kyron. watch and If an. utaalunca . Ibe tuna, reaurea In. reaulta. rtlainla, f. J.v All Uwilna. t'up. For rallUrta taetblo.. aollenswluJcoJUi. 'jauabulUe. fumuJAllou.aJlarapala.curci BUrpricea Z.iu,anitllAUUttla. Cost of Living In Mexico. rt?v,w!I b.u.1 a..,uw f Too many are apt to Anything Is wrong that is almost Everywhere, as populations grow, m oiacoverea in ,. y, tfll mako a man sro double. thero Is tho cry of tho higher cost ol right. a naUvo ahophcrd living, llecnuso ours Is comparatively 4kL virgin soil as yet, ilio coBt Is hlghoi Jn nearly nil other wa nrreatod and tho cry louder imw countries that havo come fur phbI unlllled ' ,'bu k011' ""lie. bnrbarlsm, reclaimed 1iolr t no ran to fetch lands nnd cleared forests, In Mexico, ain. doubled, nil prlcei HjroK,! ,'uo. rock WB unearthed where rents havo are higher than In tho United States, with wages nowhero near tho Jovsl Bcau&e ot those ugly, grizzly, gray holrc. Uue "LA CREOLE" HAIR bid) has been attained here. V"1 la ' "" mAgnlflccnce of tho art worka In the palace In Peking. Hated as Al, lloeck secured Jewels and then disapon memorandum, I.udwlg Nllsen & Co. of 1E2 peared. (roadway, and B. v. Drnyton, Jow elcr nnd antiquarian, at 4 West Thirty ninth street, wero the chief victims Between them they lost moro than $50,000. It Is known that ho bad many other victims among Jowolry n.vns, and that when he fled ho had obtained nearly a quarter of a million dollars' worth ot Jewels on credit. Ho went to China, remained thero nearly a year, and then ventured back to Sr.n Francisco, where ho was caught His attorney at the tlmo was Jacob Man of 10 Wall street. "It looka ni though Doeck Is tho solo holr to Ixuna bcrry'a millions," said Mr. Marx. "I nni going to Sing Sing to see him, nnd apprise him of the death of the uncle, Jf he has not yet learned of It While I havo not yet any o.Hclat notification ot n will, I learn Indirectly that Doeck Is the only holr to hla unclo's wealth." Among other messages found In Ixmnsburry'tf effects waa a tolcgrahi from thu law firm of .Marsh, Wovc'r & It wns also Wemple of 111 Ilroadwny. an appeal to Lounsbcrry to furnish tho J25.000 ball for lloock while ho was tions here. He Is tall and good looking, and through his acquaintance with promt nent men he waa Introduced Into society nnd became tho confidential broker of many wealthy women. Ho both spoke and wrote Chinese, and was familiar with Chinese, porcelains, antiques, bronzes nnd other works ot art. Ho bod dined with the. Chinese empress and was able to tell of the might as well havo thrown my money down n sower. They would dry up for a little whllo and fill mo with hope only to break out again Just ns bad It not worse. I had given up hopo ot ever being cured when I was Induced by my wlfo to glvo tho Cutl cura Hemcdlcs a trial. After taking tho Cutlcura Hemcdlcs for a little whllo I began to see a change, and after taking n dozen bottles of Cut! cura Resolvent, In conjunction with tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment, the troublo had entirely disappeared and my leg was as fine as tho day I was born. Now after n lapso of six months with no signs ot a recurrence I feci perfectly snfo In extending to you my heartfelt thanks for tho good tho Cutlcura Hemcdlcs harp dono for mo. I shall always recommend them to my friends. W. II. White, 313 E. Cabot St. Philadelphia, Pa.. Feb. i and Apr. 13. 1909." edies but I When Rubbers Oecome Necessary And your shora pinch, shake Into your the antiseptic shoes Allen's powder for the feet. Cures tired, achln? feet and takes tho sting out or Corns and rtunlons. Always use It for Dreaklnir In New shoes nnd for dnncloK parties. Sold everywhere Sc. Bnmple mailed KltER. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted, e Hoy, N. Y. !g3SriaM Nl-.-lt initial's! Bluff City Seeds Are Reliable tar It Is easier for men to get on financially than It is for women to get off a car forward. OXI.T ONE MIHOMO QriNIMV That la LAXAT1VR IlltOMO QflTIMNK. Iwk for tlM algnatun ot K. W lillOVt- - Uaed the World ever Ui Cura a Cold to Osa Day. -- Sc. Prolific Cotton Seeds, Triumph Potatoes, Preiifie Seed Corn. Illdh Class Garden ScecUsv It wa especially selected for Southern Truckers. you to write for our 1910 SEED CATALOGUE: d- t.,ii, r.i.n r"- -j tutu uuuicsuit; uuin niuinci uaiuciicia s tike r u ...t.ii '4 31 Established 1869. 1820 NO. SCinVILL'S SEED STORE S. Front Street Memphis. T Generally tho man or woman who says "1 don't caro" is a liar. nrrilMPr eTARP.U eaueettoworkwltliand aurchea dotbea uleaat. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, Suicide Slow death and awful suffcriBC follows, neglect of bowels. kills more people thaa consumption. It needs a cure and there is one medicine iiv all the world that cures it Con-stipation Nursing Mothers and Overburdened Women uaBaaaaPz af StStgBSSBJkr BBJ . vigorating restorative strength-give- r ever devised for their special bcne6t. Nursing mothers will find1 SBHHaHBBK3rB,MB0 it especially valuable in sustaining their strength and promoting an abundant nourishment for tho child. HiDcetant mothers too will find it a priceless boon to preparo the system Tor baby's coming and rendering the ordeal comparatively painless. It can do no harm a any state, or condition of tho femalo system. - all stations of life, whose vifor and vitality may by overhtve been undermined and broken-dow- n work, exacting social duties, tho too frequent bearing orchildrcn, or other causes, will find in Dr. l'ierce's Favorite Prescription the most potent, in- la Shirt on Greeley. Put The excellent cut ot Hornco Grco-lcy'- a birthplace at Amherst, N. II., In tho Sunday Herald ot tccent data this anecdoto which may bo ot Interest: Tho room In which ho was born Is now occupied as a sitting room. A visitor same years ago asked a lady living near by if she remembered over seeing Hornet) Greeley, and sho replied: "Well, yes; I havo a very early remembrance, ot him. I put the first shirt on him." lioston Herald. a sub-gss- CASCARETS. Cascarets 10c. box week's treatment. Alldrusrtrlstt.v TJlKcett teBec la the world million boxes a mostfe- - For a Tough Beard or Tender SUst NO STROPPING ' Vast His "Raise." "I don't dare faco my wife." "What's tho troublo?" "I told her I expected a raise." "Well, tho raise I expected and tho raise I got wero two different kinds." Delicate, aervoas, trcafr women, who Batter front freqneat headache, backache, etraiilni-dovi- a distress or from pain Jul Irregularities, gnawing or distressed sensation In stomach, tzzy or taint spells, see lma&laary specks or spots tloatlni ttetore eyes, havp disagreeable, catarrhal drain, prolapsus, antcveralon or retroversion or other displacements ot worn anly organs front weakness of parts Drill, whether they ex jterlenee many or only a tew ot tho above symptoms, find relict and a permanent core by using faithfully and fairly persistently Dr. Plerce'a Favorlto Prescription, wor!d-ramed NO HOMING 1 KNOWN THE W nUHUJ ajiaja This "Wclir ' For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. The best remedy for Orlpp andN Colds la Hicks' Capudlne. Italleves the nelilnc ar.d feverlahncs. Cures the rold Headaches Immediately 10. also, It's IJriulrt-niTe- ets S and Mo at Drue Uteres. -- and attested under oath. Dr. 1'ierce thus invites the fullest investigation of his formula knowing that it will be found to contain only tho best agents known to the most advanced medical science of all the different schools of practice for tho cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments. It you want to know more about tho composition and professional endorsement of the "Favorite I'retcription," send postal card requett to Dr. It. V. 1'ierce, llu&alo, N. V., for hit free booklet treating of tamo or, better stilt, tend 31 copy ol Dr. Pierce's Common stamps for Sense Medical Adviser, new, revised Edition, 1008 pages. You can't afford to accept at a tubttituto for thit remedy cf hnoten a tccret nostrum of uolnown companion. Don't do it. It it not only foolish but often daitttreut to do to. bottle-wrappone-ce- nt cloth-bound specifio for woman's weaknesses and peculiar ailments is pure glycerio extract of the choicest native medicinal roots without a drop ot alcohol in its make-uAlt its ingredients printed in plain English on its V or t3"ln H" Fcnret 1 1 14 for m vka for I. P lis fnv a,ittcniXXt Frm I face. MVIacb I'oaltry ocIXtu OolJ on 30 day IrUI. 10 rtnl ool ldAt liArti Ml MlMPVUtimt KITSELMAN BROSM Boa 43 MUfieiC. IMP. .tor uiy pii mmmSlMi IMDI 9U TCVRC ThoCarlabadcrrAaa-mXrlLl-Ul ICAKO erica, buttvMsalmaxml water In sb Currarheumatlam, atomachtniuble. akin a.Aaula. hiDcA dlaeaM'S, eurtM. For lllnatratcd Hiam-lur- o write, MAKL1N CU31J1U1IVIAX U.Uat. Tbeymaybrtawima r HTCIIT VOPItiriEAH. Dout WaaUnsrlsiauiTai: rUC wealib. tW nuserald U.. 1'at.Altr aUox K. . i SuaT A henvy-hoarte- "alTJiaSI Thompson's Eya WtWf - Jf-- L inhtoii PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colon sll fibers. Ulr-U- nir an uwih MONROE UllUa OO.. Qulnoy, Thei die In cold water better than sn other dra. Illinois Yon ess 4ft For 4Vrl;:rr,.B".h?".eomo ' r;'Rut' . ei"-in- k uu) poaltlv bow hor at uir sw r lafa4.st mm tor cart1 JllUiil. IT I Q prtTMtlr. no Vl DaMaaaL fin that taniTUal Si't OD thai HLCkOal SVriil tiWialla l SSI lauial fStaaa. twlMCUMij rrrni f roui Ui ImmIj. Ourtai lIUttDMr In tuui bbevp aod l'kJM W iirippv umii ivyiir7. irirciMuiiiKliviiorti ruiayt uirw la111) doicn. ( bVLaI tafinkkluv nMusHlr. bue tatvi II tt. bottl. U4vd1 JKMrvljl, " iJUUuetf, It. tthaw toyourdnitrvut. wbowllcr(Uftr)rvu. Irv DISTEMPER mttr to,'!) fUlteai. Pink Eye, Eptsoolto tShtpplajS Catarrhal Fver Vvr S. f SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. r.oV.I?. GOSHEN, IND U. V K RESTORER. PRICE. Sl.oo, retail Stops Falling Hair Aycr's Hair Vigor I composed of sulphur, glycerin, qtitnln, sodium chlorlJ, capsicum, satfe, alcohol, water, .mil perfume. Not a tingle injurious Ingredient In this list. Ask your doctor If this is not so. Follow his advice. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandruff. Tho AYER'S HAIR VIGOR r, 1 Docs not Color the Hair J. n. Arm ivrariRT. .wit. Mm AYER'S MAIR VIGOR voice of duty is never still It whispers to us morning, noon nnd night; It roaches us from tho. roar nf thn wit,! Inmiieat. tho nlcli (if llui summer winds, tho soft, gentlo nuir That inur of Uio wnysldo brook. still small volco will not bo hushed SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. bo-in- Hickman g Precinct (Colored.) Tux and Cost C. Tcrrlll 1 town lot, valuo 1$50, Ulntord West, 1 town lot, value Tax and Cost $4.95. $130, Tax and Cost, JtU5. Harry Watklns, 1 town lot, value Ulysoes Wright, 1 town lot, valuo $60, Tax and Cost, $3.85. $450, Tax and Cost, J5.03. Henry Watklns, 1 town lot. voluo $50, Tax and Cost $3.85. Fulton Precinct (Colored.) Missouri White, 1 town lot, Traluo $180. Tax and Cost, $3.45. il. Uarksdale, 1 town lot, value Bllllo Young, 1 town lot, valuo $200, $160, Tax and Cost, J3.45. Tax and Cost, $3.90. Hiram Crawlord, 1 town lot, valuo Pap Ferrlll, 1 town lot, valuo $50, $lo0. Tax and Cost, $3.45. nnd Cost, $4.75. valuo Tax Thornton Cavltt, 1 town lot, Mima Upshaw, 60 acres lan.d value 10, Tax and Cost, $5.10. valuo $75, $750, Tax and Cost $10.60. Tom Lyons, 1 town lot, Tax and Cost, $2.75. Sassafras Ridge Precinct. Will Martin, 1 town lot, valuo T. L. Carr, 20 acres land, valuo Tux and Cost, I3.K0. Mrs. Eliza Patterson, 1 town lot, 2$65, Tax and Cost, $6.05. W. J. Cates, 14 acres land, value valuo $200, Tax and Cost, S2.&0. Tom llogers, 1 town lot, valuo $200, $1675, Tax and Cost, $16. B. G. Conner Heirs, 290 acres land, Tax and Cost, $3.1)0. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo 200, value $3000, Tax and Cost, $29.50. G. L. Darnell, 152 acres land, value Tax and Cost, 13.80. Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, value $1980, Tax and Cost, $23.60. Iluth Fuller Estato, SO acres land, $i5U, Tax and Cost, $2.75. v value $1000, Tax and Cost. $14.60. W. M. Jones, 150 acres Intnl. valuo Lodgeton Precinct (White.) $1200, Tax arid Cost, $13.90. A. O. KImbro, 139 acres land, value Jno. Mollday Heirs. 160 acres land. $2955, Tax and Cost, $32.30. valuo $1000, Tax and Cost, $31.50. Madrid Bend Precinct. Lotfgeton Precinct (Colored.) J. It. Adams, 252 acres land, valuo Tom Patterson, 22 acres land, value $4300, Tax and Cost, $47. $330, Tax and Cost, $11.30. J. T. SEAT, Sheriff. Cayetf Precinct (White.) G. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, value $600, Tax and Cost, $8.C5. Cayce Precinct Oils Bass Helm. J. It. Brown, nut. On Monday, Mnrch 14, 1010, It tho first day of Uio April term of 1 town lot, valuo $50, Tax mid Coat $1.50. the April term of tho Fulton County niclinrd Booker. 1 town lot, value Court, nt tho Court Houso door, In $75. Tax and Cost. $6.10. Hickman, Ky., I will soil to tho high-ou- t Mrs. Caroline Brown, 2 town lots, bidder for cash, for taxes duo tho value $150. Tax1 and Cost, $3. Amy Carter, town lot. vnluo. $250 Statu and County of Fulton and coat Tax and Cost. $4. following of sale for year 1909, tho Henry Clnrk Bstnte. 7 neros land, described real estato assessed In the value $300. Tux and Cost. $4.00. Jonnlo Clark, 2 town lots, valuo names of tho folio wins : and Cost,. $2.78. In each caso for llRO.Tnx Clark, 2 town lots, value Duo dollar added Nolson advertising: $160. Tax and Cost. $5. Guy Erwln, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Fulton Precinct (White) $5.45. Albert I'uqua, 1 town Int. value Mrs. Annlo Butters Worth, 31) acres $R0..Tax and Cost, $2.76. p.iti. Unci, valuo 18Z0, Tax and Cost, Kd George, 1 town lot, valuo $60, Mm. Uulla Edmonds, 1 town lot, Tax and Cost. $2.55. Tulue tlVW, Tax and Cost, 510. 0. H. Harlan. Is. It.. 20- - acros jack Hall, 1 town lot, valuo $100, land, valuo $290, Tax and Cost, $4. yi.'Jb. Tax and Cost, Lou Linn, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Airs. Al. U Hester, 25 acres laud, $6.55. I&UO, Tax und Cost, tUO. valuo Joe Bond, 1 town lot, valuo $200, j. v. Kirkluud, 1 town lot, value Tax nnd Cost, $6.55. ana Cost, J7.io. JSoo, lux A. O. Robinson, 1 town lot, value J. 3. Lovelace, 1 town lot, value $50. Tax and Cost. $3.60. $3.i0. Tax and Cost, ib.Ti. Collier Ilopor. 1 town lot, value Jain; Itolit'iis and wile, 1 town lot, $200. Tax and Cost,. $3.90. SloO0, Tax and Cost, $1&.1U. valuo Blanton Tally, 2 town lots, value A. 11. Itoberson, 1 town lot, valuo $250, Tax and Cost, $6.0G. Cost, p.su. Jiuo, 'lax and Nathan Tally, 2 town lots, 4 acres Joun Wilt, 1 town lot, valuo $S00, land, value $700, Tax nnd Cost $12.35 OooooooooooooO TRY A COURIER WANT AO. o Arnos Bryant, 1 town lot, value $300 o o Tax and Cost, $5.C0. ,o John Miller, 1 town lot. value Tax and Coat, $6.75. o )Colored.( Tho Cheapest advertising Medium I Read by 3,000 People Every Week COSTS ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK. lev cream, hot and cold drinks, and everything in tho soda water lino as good as can bo found anywhero. ed Ullss. Oco Harris. "Go bury thy sorrow, tho world has Its share; Go bury It deeply, go hldo It with care. Via Buy Go bury thy sorrow, let others be blessed. Go glvo tho world sunshine, tell Je . hub the rest." Woal YJ3 If you want cheerfulness In your Feathers, Tallow. Beesw&x, noino you must have sunshine and genial hearts. I'lan to live In the Cured by Lydia 0. Pink-ham- 's Root', May Apple. "Wild Ginger, sunshine; if thero Is a pleasant room etc. Wo are dealers! tltlblllM VegetablcCompound In your dwelling, llvo there; If there In 136 "0er half a century In lou.jv.lle" - and undobetterforyov thai igcMl Is a dark room, shut It up. keen the Haiti mo re, Mil. "For four years any cr cmmusion rner.hanti. Refer, children out or It; it you have trou my life was a misery to mo. I suffered Writ for weekly pries Ifcik in UuliviUt, bles shut them up thcroi-nev- er take t and shipping irregulariiruui them Into the family circle give ties, terrible drag, Subtil & Sons, XY. H. homo tho sunniest thought and plans glng sensations, LOUISVILLE. 229 E. Market St. or your whole life and fill it with eztrome nervouslove, Joy, ponce, gladness sunshine ness, and that all gono feeling In my I had stomach. A Sabbath School Thought. given up hopo of ever being; well In our common schools, ncudemtoH. when I began to colleges und universities, each have tako r.ydlall Pink-ham- 's their course of study, and text books VegoL'iblo for the sauio; and as a student masComtiouiHl. Then ters each brunch, tho text books arc I felt as though laid aside and ho graduates to a high 11HW IITm linil luiti or. Hut In the Sabbath school It Is given me, nnd I different. We havu our text book in nil mv frli.iwla am recommending It MMr. w u l.v,,. for tho whole course, and that course 2207 W. The mines have advanced the price on coal i'rauklin St.. lluUlmore. lid. should be fur llfo. In the Dlblo there The most remedy In this nro truths which tho merest child country for successfulof cents per ton, which, as a rule, would nectho cure all can understand and depths of thought female complaints is Lydia forms of JJ. litik. essitate our making the same advance in price which the most learned cannot fath ham's VoireLihlii Pomnmm,! Tf l.n otn. H may bo called tho railway stood tho test of years and y is but we have decided to give our patrons the guldo on the road to heaven, and uimu muuiy ami succcssiuuy used lliail tho Sabbath schools lunch counter any other fomalo remedy. Jl lias cured advantage of this advance, maintaining the along tho wuy at which wo muy re- thnilR.lnd nf U'ntnnri ivhn linv WWII .....w.. ,,v HIU I..,... same price of per ton for Bon Air fresh our selves. Ono of tho grand troubled with displacements, lnllam- est Bights for mortal eyes Is a whole uiuiiuu, uuroiu tumors, ir. Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must acfamily from tho tottering grand pur regularities, jwrlodlo pains, backache, fnutlnrr 1.ii, ents down to tho prattling child, all that lie.irlncr-ilnw- n company the order or the coal sent C. O. D. ii scnooi and stiiuying the same les iimiKuauuii, uuu nervous prostration, son and that lesson for etornlty. A after all other means had railed. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE. person should never be too old, too u you aro suffering from any of these DONT ASK FOR CREDIT. rich or too wise to cease being n ailments, don't give up hope until you havu irlven I. villa IV ll,.Hn.i,'u r.. Bnbbath school student. table Compound a trial. ii you wnuiu Uko special advlco A Fact Plainly Stated. write to Mrs. lMiikliaiu, Lynn, INCORPORATED Musk., for It. Hlio linn guided ir elrlu Witrn I'llllrntpil l. InVumr,. tllOUNUIldii U lieulfh. fr.... of thuiuBtives, thoy would not bo so charge, Hickman Precinct (White.) W. H. Baldrlge, 40 acres land, valuo $350, Tax and Cost, $4.55. Joo Ballard, 1 town lot, valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $8.95. J. II. Brown, 1C town lots, value $1410, Tax and Cost, $22.55. A. V. Craddock, CO acres laud, value $520, Tax and Cost, $9.45. W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, value $300, Tax and Cost $4.05. Marvin Fllppln, 1 town lot, valuo $500, Tax and Cost, $10.05. Oscar Fowlks, N. It., 17 acres land, value $050. Tax and Cost. $7.60. T. P. King, 75 acres land, valuo $1235, Tax and Cost, $10.10. It. P. Lake, N. It., 40 acres land, value $400, Tax and Cost $6.75. C. 1. Pollock Hrr . 42 acres land, value $500, Tax and cost $6.05. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo $75, Tax and Cost $6.40. O. W. Utterbnck, N. It., 21 acres land, valuo $100, Tax and Cost,' $2.05. Mrs. Sallio Williams, 22' acres land, value $250, Tax and Cost, $0.70. Mary Jane Wilson, 1 town lot, value $700, Tax and cost, $10.65. O o o OooooooooooooO o o o 0 o o Whnt volumes our faces say I Sonic speak of lovo nnd kindness, somo of nngor nnd hatred, others of prldo nnd rebellion, nnd others still of selfish ness. Wo can't help our fares tnlk hiK. but we ran mnke them snynlti' things: nnd nil should try to haw them do so. How Is your Now Year's rcsolu tlon ? Docs It stick T Now If you hnppon to slip, jump up Instend of rIvIiik up. Ho on tho "try" instead of on tho "yield" and tho und of tho year will find you stronger, bet ter. of lighter heart nnd somowlm Imperfect, than if you declnro "there no uno," and fnll completely back In tho old way thick with tho bog of "bad habits." Tho people who hnvo so much sympathy for those who have gone boyond nil earthly help, might use a llttlo of it In every dny llfo to a good and excellent purpose. This paragraph Is meruit strictly for the oyes of somo Illckmnn "saints "too Tho Idea of kicking peoplo when alive nnd then for n person to ween ow r their grave when dead is what too tunny of us do and Is ono reason why tho world Is no better today. Speak your kind words to the living, nnd when you nro dend you need not can what Is snlil of you. Country llfo may Involve hard work nnd the missing of many pleasure obtainable In cities, but tho mother who has the chnncv of bringing up her children in health and nwny from tho temptations of cigarettes nnd mi loons, has a great advantago: and II she succeeds in bringing them to maturity In unblemished health and purity., she tins already done a good work In the world. If sho has taught them to like simple, wholesome food sho has given them one The boys probably will not thank us for advising against feeding them much on pies and doughnuts, but Its good novice, nevertheless. There Is an enduring tenderness in tho lovo of a mother for her son that transcends all other affections of tho heart. God sends every bird Its food, but lie does not throw It into tho nest Ho gives us our dally bread, but It Is through our own labor. Home and Sunthlne. In view of tho fact that homo touch es and lives In all hearts great care should bo exorcised In making It a cheerful and sunny place. Tho plant that lives in tho snado Is sickly and unsightly. The animal of darkness Is restless, troublesome and flerce.And what Is there, worse than a sickly unsightly plant, or a wild ravenous benstT Nothing but tho man whose homo has been cold, stormy and cheerless, with sun shut out unUl everything above him Is black every room a swamp, every picture a weep Ing willow. He Is worse than a fun oral procession, with hearse and cask et moving silently through the streets They havo a placo and serve a pur pose. Hut a murmuring, faultfinding man Is tho worso thing nature over ordered or produced. Never happy. never allowing others to be hnppy in his presenco. Ho carries a race as cheerless as a tombstone, and ns gloomy as heaven's arch in a thun der storm, minus tho lightning Ills presenco is like a discordant organ ground by tho hand of fato; be drives a hearso through every social gather Ing. hangs pictures of gloom on the walls of homo and hastens the death of tho sick. Wo nro provoked to sing in his presence tho song of the saint safu-guartl ready to marry, nnd they would mar ry better, nnd thero would bo loss trouble fower divorces. If they wore brought up to work, they would know how to use tho broom, the duster Then, nn ror nnd tho rolling-pin- . tnln dualities which nio Just ns vnl unblo in the housekeeper mid the mother, ns they nro in the business Intelligence nnd good sense. When these qualities are mt ed a little higher hi women, domestic mnrhliiery will run ti . good deal smoother nnd children will bo brought up to fight their own battle nnd nr their own bread Wo nil know whnt that will menu less crime, paupers Tho press nnd the loom In stend of tho prison, the nltnr lustend of the scaffold. Agnln nnd ngnln the uuoHtinu Is nked. enn a woman fol low- any special culling nnd be n good mntherf Iaivo Is horn, so Is good sense. The womnn who linn those qualities wilt be a good lumber, r or bond whether sho la It Is not illffxroncr in stn worker. lion or occupation that mukos tho good mother It I tho spirit Hir i her more, some nf the biet mother nccordlng to tho old standard, wo-- ' men who toll early nnd lute who nev er lenve their homos, who drny thorn selves every comfort nnd glvo up to every right, havo tho worst children They do tho hardest work, they wear the poorest clothes, they try to snvo their children from every hardship, only to learn when It I Inn late that thoy have made them title nnd -man--skill. hnnd-worko- HAS NEW IRONING WRINKLE k. Ons Woman's Method , . of Prsoarina .' " r . .... ... nsr . vim! for immeult Shirt Wststs. TlVO Bh was carefully covering a rolling pin with two thicknesses of flsnnnl, wimu n inenii joined hsr. Instantly Stores What 8ewlnrj Clocks ino unusual operation, "I don't Wonder vnii amlta m.ia 11- 1J1Q housewife, as sh piled her fill taking carei that not a wrlnkl it. stroyed tho surfnee of the tlght nttlng coverings of flannel. "OueM why I nm doing this; manifestly the rolling pin Is to scrvn some other purpose man mo one ror which It was origin ally Intended. Now, you see, I am slipping this cover of cotton cloth In plsce. and ty. Ing It nt either end. A. t Sin inra wnu cannot guess tho for all this, lit enlighten you, I am getting ready mo currs on my ahlrtwalita without having them creased. know some people can Iron thorn ths newcomer expressed surprise at Do You Machines Need ? nsdl, rron '" si Irish. O beautifully without rennrtlnv in such contiirnnce, but, for my psrt, I una ii so mucn simpler to use n padded rollln a i. nln that I Thoso who have followed my example say that ther nnd It nf ih venlence, too. so I think there mut ne some virtue In It," she concluded, as sho tied the outer covering Into pisce. i Bed Eprlng. Cots Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squarri Lace Curtain Carpt' Paper Smoothlnj Irene Heating Stovei Cooks and Rangti Iron Dreers, p,n lmJ f n4. Children's Beds Qranltewire Blankets, ComforU Mattresses Rocking. Chairs of .11 yM, Restaurant 8teoli Children's Rsekert Stove Pipe, Steve Dueketi Chlffonelrs Wood Beds Bed Cprlng High Chairs Window Clan, all sizes Stove Repalri Trunks, all ilzes OON'T EXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Hickman Citizen's Advice. VEGETABLES IN A RAGOUT Princess Drtneri Tuty Dlih That May Be Evolvtd from Anythlno That the Mir ktt Can Afford. solf. it. J. Long, of Hickman, Ky.. says "Doiiu's Kidney Tills llvo up to tho claims made for them nnd It Is a pleasure for mo to give this remedy my endorsement. Kidney trouble first manlfexted Itself In my cne by a lame back nnd when I first nroe in tho morning, thn pain was very se vere. Thero was also n heavy feel Ing through my lolus ns though I was being dragged down by so much lead. I tried several remedies, but received no relief until I procured ixiairs Kidney rill nt Helm & Kill son's Drug Store. I begnn their use and before tho contents of tho ono box had been taken, my trouble dlai peared. I shall never lose an opportunity of speaking In favor of Doan's Kidney I'llla." Kor sato by all dealers. I'rlco 60c Co., Huffalo. N. Y.. solo agents for tho United States. Kostcr-Mllbur- Never neglect your kidneys. If you hnvo pain In the back, urln ary disorders, dizziness and nervous lien, it's lime to net and no time to experiment. These nro the symptom of kidney trouble, and you should seek n' remedy which Is known to cure tho kidney. Donn's Klduoy I'ills Is the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cas In Hickman. Follow the advice of n Hlrkman citizen and bo cured your stirring until smoothly thickened; add salt, pepper to season well, a tiny pinch of mace, one teaipoonfiil of to mato catsup; then stir In the drained vegetables, and simmer well alto gether for 20 tnln tlte. In BUrvlnw dish, sprinkle with parsley. This can be made with the cold vegetables and Is a way to use the vegetables or canned ones, not cooking so long; a lew parsnips can be added If handy finely-choppe- d left-ove- For this s'tmole but moat dth cook separately until tender equal por or diced white turnips, carrots lions and potatoes; also shelled green peas or beans. For one nuart of the mlirrt vegetables melt two lablespoonfuls of butter In a saucepan and In It cook slowly three tablesnoonfuls of ehnntMtai onion until pate brown; stir la two laDiespoonruis or flour and when well colored add gradually one nlnt nf either weak stock or boiling water, tir CASH or CREDIT We Sell Furniture tor LtSS il MONE -- I 1M IfIfl Al r mm ffJfFXsV in fill IMm.sia I..' av Western Kentucky III ! " e warii Remember tho name tako no othor. O 1 Nan's and MULES t MULES I We havo about CO head of good work mules, ranging from threo to eight years old. for sale. Also a fow horses and good marcs. Will sell either for cash or credit with good note. J. F. & 8. L. Dodds Co. hand goodi which are told at Cross Buns. trcmely low prlcet. Tut three cupfuts of alfted flour Into a bowl and rub Into It two tablespoon fuls of butter, f cupful of gran ulated sugar and ausrter nf a t spoonful of salt, then add a cupful of .n lukewarm milk In which h dissolved a cake of compressed yeast Set aside to rise and when twice Its original bulk, plsce on a well floured board, roll out and shape Into round Hkknun. Ky. biscuits with the hands, Place In pans so that ther do not touch nA let rise again In a warm rda.ee. Vhn light and Just before placing In the We nrc Agents for the oven, with a sharp knife, cut a cross on the top of each bun. llruth the tOD with melted butter and anrlnkln with sugar and cinnamon mixed to gether. Hake In n hot oven from fifInsurance Companies teen to twonty minutes. This should in Hickman maae aoout two dozen. Hot one-hal- ai in luainon II.. . ... to our St. Louis Ftw h-- C.n OLDEST FURS Kitchen Bouquet. Tho Hickman Kurnlturo Co. han Put half a cupful of granulated sudies the best lino of Kurnlturo in gar In a saucepan and place on stove, West Kentucky. Let us show you stirring occasionally as It melts, It Is not done until It smokes and Is a dark brown color. When It reaches this stage pour on a hair cup of boiling water hot coffee may also be used with good results and set back where It will simmer until dissolved and about the consistency of thin sirup. Place In bottle or Jelly glass, cover, and set away for use. It mekes a splendid flavoring for cakes, caramel Ice cream, custards, and may be used to color gravies or sauces, as It Imparts a beautiful golden brown tint. Tho same thing exactly Is sold at the grocery as kitchen bouquet and at a mcy aic OCCII I1CIC er. 41 ! toundi lUl'ti is your pr 11W ,.iv to ipuij' r rui -i "" .. ........ u.jhj AFTER ' :i f '..1 Do it NOW thric R. T. TYLLR, Agent FOURYEARS ss aasaSBSBSBSSSI OF MISERY I Farm Loans 1 ii i WIN llltllVV fancy price. 1. tag-s- . Sweet Potato Plneappla. Cook five medium-sizesweet pota toes In boiling water, peel and mash fine; season with a rounding table-spoonful of sugar, a level teaspoonful of salt and a pinch of grated nutmeg; mold Into plneappla shape and make Indentations with the handle of a Put a bit of butter Into each Indentation and brown quickly In the oven. If preferred one small pineap ple may bo made for each person to be served, r. - . I vin on i 111 I. I 111 3 !,,,.,! lUl.il l- in Obion nn U Te wcJiKiiy ,lin ty. Kv.. nt tiie rate oif nrst 01 of $2 nnn . mnrr on if class improved larnw. f..1l cent per nniiuin " COAL FOR CASH 25 ! to-da- Hake your crust first. Heat up the yolks of two eggs, one pint of sweet milk, of a cup of sugar, a teaspoonful of cornstarch. Cook this on top of stovo and pour Into the crust, Heat the whites of two eggs to a stiff froth nnd add a little sugar Hpread on top of pie and lemon. and set In ovon to brown. two-third- s Cornstarch PI. $4.50 Tomato Sauce. Can be cheaply made either from the fresh fruit or canned. Bquoeze as much as you require through a sieve, simmer slowly for a time In threo or four tablespoonfuls of beet gravy, sea-Towith pepper and salt Very nice for chops and cutlets or roast beef. n 'Inue ot iun l n.ms maac loaned fnrms time more on five years ww with privil one of paying ilo"'"v niter snV 1..rr I year in lull or pw y size alrpfl at intervals ot f nnll. ulier from date ot loan. c,r luis nar nrnt " .... -y- the .i M.-- . being toj I payment made, r-i- r- a at-- HICKMAN ICE COAL COMPANY nl IN The Courier will apprcclato all notices of births, marriages, visitors, slcknoss, etc. Doth phones, No. 21. HOT DRINkfl CowgUrs I I Attorney 1 r:iir. . Tenn.