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Good Team. -. DraasB tin lixlus at Your Wagon, Old Ulan, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED IX THE TEAR rru w webtkbm cnr.OIIE ft 5,7 xehtookt UlPflllkl 171 tf TMll flAI lltmf IPUT! tf . 18SI tfggr goof Lotvrey's Fine Lecture, "Tolerably Good People," at the Lyric Tonight Wilt Operate Odd Looking Craft THE NEW BOAT LINE tfiniiv Inovatlons Intro dock at tliono cities will be oaulptH'il liver by thu Mississippi with tiuiuuroun IiIkIi upeed crnnoa. iH.tinlloii Company not The duty of tho atcvedorH will bo ,ikAl)lo l tho now pack- - no to ilUtrlbuto tho friilRht thnt It .,,ut which has been He-- t. rnn bo tnkmi out nt each town nt n number of hatche alinmultniieoiiHly. by K K. Own, .r t Ht. IxiIh for Iho thua nttnlnliiK Rrrnt apoed. Cnrload . FINANCIAL STATEMENT City of Hickman, Kentucky GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. To Halanco from year 1908. To To To To To $ C9C.81 T tl M in in,s !. Coinpniiy. IT". it la designed lu fill a vessel to carry high mildly between termln- ,i to innkc tint trip mom than Is ,i ninri' mid towboats. 'i barges i Mr. flrren has gone .. 1 for llnttleaburR. Slliw.. lenv-luIn thin Ixmt on Momlny moriilnn would be dollvered In on tho dock of tho company on Thurdny. nnd would bo In lliittlin ImrR by Friday nlRht or Saturday inomliiK n very quick aervlce for n river route. 81. frolRht lmls Nat-cht-- amt. ree'd of Tom Dillon Jr., taxes, fines, &c G225.2G amt. ree'd of II. C. Helm for license, etc 1294.03 amt. rco'd of Hickman Dank for taxes..... 262.C0 nmt. ree'd of Farmers & Merchant Dank for taxes 105.00 nmt. ree'd of Tom Dillon Jr., for old cnglno 5.00 $8588.60 J D k. to ' tc: to I., ' t to 4 t P t to ' It li r r ( H t I I! ' ' It" i K bow la built with n The oatlinnto for tho cont of this ht like, In ortliT lo run bont linn not yet prejmred. but instead of pnrtlnK It. tho MlaalnaliiDl Vnllcv Company export to build two of ,. uliown hero, which la them of thla alze the flrat year of Mr (Jreon's design are operation, nnd a aeconil pair, some-wha- t for Immediate i ahorter nnd denlRiied to po il ikii enn be enlarg-- i thmilKh the locka at Hut I'litw.r Mia. .s been Computed that ilaalppl. Immediately fnllowliiK them. boats of tho alio glt'on i no urai two win pmnauiy oo In before tint end of tho comliiR u.' a alt tlinra a month ti hi Uiula nml New aummer. large boat w III bo CM) In a letter to tho Courier, Mr. tl about CO fiTt Inwlil.h. fiJiwIioolii. comiHiiind Mathewa, aecretnry of tho cttmpnny, anil atnunchiH'ia. unya: 'nit of ati't'l, dlvldiil by " 1 have beon planning for somn o tlmt uvon mi'Mimi'iita, - time lo come down to Illrkman to r btve of them puncturror pink, anil carry no ipeud a day round tic up our hiiHlneHa uxcopt there. Wo plan tp erect at HickniKive hor .. fpr tho crow anil man a very efficient terminal dock both fpr the N. 0. & St. thla ' .il. ra aiifl i'iikIiich. L. railroad nnd for Mr. tatta'a I)y- n built W.0 fwt Jonft. eraburfr road. Thla Uttn road will 12 lurhfi llplit, ami handle a very comlderablo biulneaa ""u topa for vory nihil-i- f out of Illrkman and wo will lw ahlo ilrnft. fhiia eli can lo mako a combination rate that will thrnURh "" tnna of fri'lKht whlo giro Id in larRu roa biliu'n ItifltullpK fwt hi tn tlnof wator.no aiirh your terrllpo', will clvo iwDyursburK bunlneaa, thnt a crcnt world ImvliiK A on aurli it ilrnft before. deaj pf cpttpn frupt tho pyeralmrgVo Tipttmviiio rrloti. fluo ' M ili'pth, ahp Bill he a Krept deal of lumber will bo haniMvIhk powrr, nnd nil) dled (hero nnd lllrkmnii ahould bo n liOHla tn NW Orlfnin, vory busy place, nv nt .Mpmphla, llolonn, i il .Natchez, In Icm Minn "Wo havo two ulrrbcpi In your i boat will enrry freight town for 11.000 each, and I anticipate prlnclpnl cltlita. Tlio ninnliiK down there, shortly and pre- iibi-ei av.itilaRO Thla boat In expected to mnke foursucceed- - teen mllea nn hour In mill wnlor which with k a steamboat rnrRo on board, wheh Ijtko will rIvh entire n peed downatronm iM- of the Oreat her ii her entire cargo cnn of aoveutecn to eighteen mlhta. Thla through the la much fnator than frolnht aervlco il handled ilok, nml alio linn the by rail. , aki'N. anil ha i hr One of the freighters Co. lo be used by the Mississippi Valley Transportation Designed for light draft and speed. Length 550 feet. and tho Ills art Idea aro derived from thd" Illustrated Sunday supplement; ho will not alt In a Louis XVI chair, and ho cares not a whit for tho pottery of tho ancient Chaldeans. Shirt sleeves nnd carpet slippers aro his conception of, cprrect evening dress for gentlemen. There Is llttlo hope haV anything permanent can ever bo done for father. When tho millennium comes he will still be found reading the newspapers. Btnoklng up tho window curtains. Impeding progress nnd paying tho rent. NEGRO BAQLY 0URNEO, of tho whale-- hent tho matter to your chief commercial organizations to organize a movement to atibacrlbe enouRh stock there to finance the terminals which wo Ily Salary Account J303C.CC Labor and material for streets. crossings, wnter & light lines . 3550.9S Labor & material water trough.... 4G.55 Council Proceedings, other printing, 42.50 Hepalrs on B. Case cemetery lot... 111.20 ' Ily Insurance 10.00 Interest on Buchanan note CO.OO Taxes credited on notes & Bonds... 321.42 Krrors lu Assessment 2.72 Dy fines remitted 60.0u ny board for prisoners 224.30 By Miscellaneous claims 355.01 Balance to credit this nccount Jan. . i tJ l J J ' 7821.34 7C7.2C 1, latO u, shall erect. This Is the snmo proposition wo nrc making to nil of the river towns and Is not like the bonus which Mr. Iit tn asks you to contribute, but Is an Investment In stock that Is going to pay vory liberal dividends." FATHERS A WATER & LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT. $1442.05 2425.43 t. To Balanco from year 1908, To nmt. ree'd To nmt. ree'd To nmt. ree'd To Int. ree'd Dy . of Torn Dillon Jr., tor taxes of Hickman Bank for taxes Farmers & Merchants Bank for of B. O. Hale on loan taxes.... 175.00 70.00 120.00 $4233.08: 2S0O.0O WILL DE FATHERS. I 1 i ijt-c- k J'r. Kansas man complains thnt since his daughter has taken music lessons which ho paid for, sho Insists upon playing nothing but classical stuff. When he comes homo tired nnd askB fpr a little tune ho gets lipthtnR but musical gymnastics. The wholo part of tho community, ho thinks, Is n conspiracy tp uplift him nnd he doesn't want to be uplifted. It Is Just like fatlier to mako a complaint like thn.t. Father nover did take klndy to culture. lo sits disconsolate lu the drafty kitchen, white daughter's Jlrowutng circle inert 4n tho front room. It Is mother's Idea entirely that ho put on nn uncomfortable collar In the evening and head n missionary lecture on Horneo. i'nthcr's tasts for music stops short at "Suinnnee lllver" and he knows almost nothing about the minor poets fern-Initi- o 1 Int. paid on bonds $1800.00 By amt. loaned to Mrs. L. S. Ellison 1000.00 Bal. to credit thla acct. Jan. 1, 1910 CITY HALL ACCOUNT. To bal. from year 1908.- - $1433.0S Will Mayer, a negro lu tho employ pf the Mcngel Box Co.. fell In one of the Inrge scalding vats Thursday afternoon and was horribly burned. The entire body, with the exception of his head, was submerged In tho boiling water. When rescued tho skip slipped from his body as his ClOtllltlR Was removed, tbo cnokinl fitvh presenting a ghastly sight. Dr. C. W. Curlin, tho company's pliysicUn, thinks tho negro will recover. 191.76 144.17 To nmt. ree'd II. C. Helm, rent, etc To amt. ree'd of Tom Dillon Jr., for benchca By Insurance By License on Opera ..$113.14 House........ 11.50 C54.66 25.25 $3C1.1S $770.30. "By Material and Repairs,,'.,..... Overdraft Jan. JstWu $418.12 Spring already commenced to blossom out in our store, and every day adds something tempting in Spring newness and freshness, has New Tailored Suits Skirts, Shirt Waists Dress Goods, Silks This Is the third victim of theso scalding vats In tho past year. Mr. Caldwell vas tho first. He received burns from which ho did not recover dying somo two weeks after ac cident. About two mpnths ago Jno. Kyan slipped Into one of tho vats and scalded a Jegi from which ho has Must about recovered. 0 ...a " Mrs. Jno. Gardner, of MarthTem.V- who is tho guest of Iter mother, Mrs. 0. W. Wllsgn. was tho honpree of a very fprma receptlou given, Thursday afternoon by Miss Marie Brevard, Mrs. J. T. Stcpheus and Mrs. T, A Led ford assisted lu receiving guests, and Mrs. L. A. Stone nnd Mrs. A, K. Kcunedy presided over the tea table, Nut and cheese sandwiches. and tea were served. Tito table waa I decorated with pluk carnations tho same being glveu the guests as The guests, were Mesdnmoa C. L. F. Baltxer, W. II. Baltrer, S. Dodds, K. B. I'nvthor, Fannlo Shaw, W. C. Johnson, F. T. Handle. W. L. Helm, Henry Amberg, C. T. Bondu- rant, J. M. Hubbard, L. A. Srane, C. L. Walker, E. E. Hooves. II. W, (raves, F. M. Uyan, J. T. Stopheus, A. E. Kennedy. T. A. Ledford. C. (1. Schletiker, Edgar Nnylor, D. B. I Tho above statement shows amounts that have actually been paid, and. does not include vouchers Issued and not paid. ' The foregoing statement shows, a balance In the TresLSury ot of tho Water on Improved real estate, thereby .Increasing the fund with which to meet tho payment ot tho Water & Light Bonds to $4700.00. The only outstanding City Hall Bonds are tho five bonds, redeemed with the E. Case Memorial Fund. The bonded Indebtedness of the City other than that hero- tofore mentioned is the $30,000.00 Water & Light Bonds. and upon which all Interest has been promptly paid, and as shown there has been set aside $4700.00 to be applied on tho payment of same, and thero Is a balance In tho Treasury to this account of $1433.08. $1782.22. During the year $1000.00 was loaned out & Light Bond Account, secured by first mortgage 30-ye- 1 t There Is also between $700.00 and $800.00 of the River Bank Bonds outstanding, which are being reduced annually. II. Buchanan holds a note of $1000.00, upon which all Inter, est baa been paid; .and J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. holds a note- - ' on which there Is a balance duo ot about $110.00, which Is being reduced annually'. Tho Council borrowed durlns the year $1500.00 from Men-gBox Co., with which to gravel the levee in West Hickman, and this amount is not Included In tho Item of street work a- bove set out In tho General Fund Account, it having been kept t separnto for tho purpose tot which it was borrowed, and tho " gravel work has not yet beeu completed. .' Respectfully submitted, et t , j H. CHELM. City Clerk. m Reasons for Safety m Wilson, Misses Llzzlo Auiberg, Bet tlo DoBaw, Homer Qreen, Irouo Farls. Annie Ellison, Louise Atwood aud Frankyo Held. Embroideries, Laces O. C. Smith, 0 of the wido-uwuk- THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15.000.00 White Goods, Waist Goods Linens, Ginghams, Percales Mattings, Rugs, Curtains Oxfords, Hosiery, etc., etc. firm of Smith & Amberg, left Sunday night for St. Louis to mako Spring purchases for tho store. What they have to offer after ho returns will be made known through tho columns of tho Courier, lid plan and not by tho cracker-bolie was accompanied by Mrs. Smith x Making a total of $65,000.00 which stands, not as the total security, but as the gin of security protecting our depositors. mar- O We will take pleasure in showing you wheth er John Hagan, the huudsomo candy saloHtiian, spent a few days with his home folks since our last Issue. 0 Do you read tho Courier? TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtf WHY NOT TRY! Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief In every case. Sold by druggists, price $1, Trial package by mall. lOe. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland. you wish to buy or not. SMITH & AMBERG Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STJITE 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. ItitlliiiUiiiAltlilltttti THE HICKMAN -- COURIER IMOB ht SPIRIT REVIVED "Overt Wiilin Kentucky U " FRIENDS OF HALLIDAY WOUM AVKNOK HI8 DEATH. Remarks Mads by Negro Whin Hallldny Cortege Passes Causes Kenewat of llltter Feellujr. GULLIVER UP TO DATE CALL ON STATE TROOPS TRAFFIO KK8UMKD ON FEW LINKS IN PHILADELPHIA CHOOSING THEJ.ESSER (Copyrlsht. ssmmy's Experience W. 0. SPXKIX and J 0. SEXTON, r Edltori and Proprietors. W.cdom of 8e.ec.ln Punishment. t ft . -d" EVIL " ONE DOLLAR TJSR YEAR CASH 1.1 aDVANCB, Cairn. 111. rmnnalir It of Sheltiwllle Entered at ths Hickman, Kentucky, 0 tjir wt National Mtiard was Nun- day ordered to reimrt hero by Adutanl- malt matter. postofflce at second-clas- s NOT CONCLUSIVE Tho EVIDENCE. l.'enersl Ife'ckscii. l'ulicc officers are searchirg the city for a negro suspected of mine snatching, and onotner clash Iwtwccn the authori ties and the cltlrem U feared if the man it caught. Nearly (100 person!1 attended llnlliday s funeral, and eceon panlcd the body to Mound, 111., in a special train. As the. train wan patting through the negro dis trict eatt of Cairo negroes collected on the streets to watch Its passage. street, memltera of tha At 1 hirty-flrs- t funeral party charge, an Intuiting demon stration wat made. An effort was made to organlte a party od the train during the return trip to Cairo to wreak nummary revenge on tha negroes, but no disturbance resulted. The homa of Sheriff N'elllt is guarded by .the militia and ..c is given a military escort when he leaves the courthouse. Popular feeling Js .against him for using negro deputies and allotting HalUday'a body to lie In front of the jail for thr hours, The ministers In their pulpits for tk most part Sunday united In urging tie oitifens to support the law. The Her, Frank Thompson of the Hrtt Christian Church said in part: No American wbote hsart it fiile with passion for the commonwealth ran arprote mob law, yet thing have oc curred, in Cairo which, If they had not mot ed Cairo's brave man to deeds dar ing atid desperate deeds and Cairo's fair women to tears, would hate lowered them to the level of the unfeeling ox, which calmly feeds as his comrade suf fers or dies." latest Instanco of qrrprs Jn spelling by r class qualifying (or admittance to h leading western uclvcr- ally Is widely Interpreted by tho press ns an evidence of Insufficient training In that Important element by aca demies and high schools. We think a llttJd study of the showing may greatly diminish tho forco of tho this opinion. Tho university In question is of a size that makes 150 a moderate estimate Of those seeking to qualify In tho fresh man class. To such. n, cdass. a Mat of, 100 words was submitted ns a test of spelling. Tho .'lit of errors shows 13 words mispellcd 0 times,, or an aver- nge of 2 ',4 times to each word, says Pittsburg Chronicle-TelegrapBut If there were 150 students spelling 100 words this would Indicate n percent age of error to nil tho words spelled by all of the students of ol one per cent. Of course, this calcula tion as to tho proportion of students who wcro weak In spelling is guess work until we know exactly how many students took tbo test and how many made more' than one error. But con sidering that the student who was so gifted In that lino ns to spell "accessi ble" "axseslble" probably was .the one who spelled "muqlclpaP "munlslpple,' nnd "glacier" "glashear," It Indicates that tho percentage of those who are weak is not over 5 to 10 per cent, of the whole. one-tent- h Return of tha MASONIC MEMORIAL - H.OOO.OOOTKMPLETO BE ERECTED TO WASHINGTON. Secretary Dickinson and Other Prom inent Masons Join First Move for Memorial. Alexandria, Vs. The movement to rect a permanent Masonic memorial to lieorgo Washington took its first ilcfi uitc form, when lien. J. M. Dickinson secretary of war, and the grand masters of ninny Masonic grand lodge met here with other dMtlnguislied turn of the fra ternity to form a National Masonic Memorial Association. It will bo the purpote of this assotfla lion to erect a temple to (leorge Wash ington, the Mason. Set apart In the structure will be n hall of fame, In which spscr will be alottot to all the, grand jurisdictions in the country to place tablets to the memories of their distinguished sons. The memorial would stand on Wash ington street. CUe by la the old Christ church, where in hit mature years Wash ington sertetl aa a vestryman. On a field not far off he held bis last military re-view. Across a shaded green In the stately old court house he cast his latt vote and there his will was IlletL Alexandria, by undisputed content, is the natural site for the memorial. While no fixed plan could be announced prior to the assembly of all the grand masters, it is the purpose of the lodge to raiso $1,000,000 to build and endow the memorial. The institution will be of the unique among the memorial ttorld and will rniit every grand juils- diction to honor every Mason it esteems to be deserving with a leaf In its ball of fame, a photograph and a biography. HIDDEN FORTUNE FOUND Bundles of Currency and Much Oold and Silver TJncoverod. Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. J. V. Madden, '.'20 South Main street, died Monday morning, after having lived alone in a room over her grocery and soft drink establishment for over twenty years She had never left the house and during this time never. .went to church, for in this room it is said she guarded a. for tune, .not vet estimated. her death, as soon as the sun aroe, K. J. lialley, her adopted son, searched the room and found a fortune in currency, gold and silver. The room was a veritable vault of money. This he removed to a bank irnniedit-l- y, pressing a hack into serv ice. W'l . the hack load .was, deposited in the vt6iijjnercial'rust and Savings Hank tlm deposit tlill, showed over (30. 000 on account. gray-haire- d It Is only by showing Interest In the extension of American trado In China only by taking advantage of oppor tunities ns they arrive; and making opportunities where that may be essayed with reasonable prospect of success that this country can retain Its relative Importance In tho great and grow ing commerce between' the middle kingdom and the outside world. The United States has certain advantages at the outset, not the least of which aro the friendly relations between the governments of the two nations, which were emphasized by the return of tho American portion of tho Indemnity ex acted trom the Chinese government after the operations by foreign armies during the lloxcr rebellion, says Mil waukee Wisconsin. A largo part of that sum the Chinese government will 'use' In sending Chinese students to American colleges. Frank Q, Carpen tcr, the correspondent. who has been studying Chinese condl tlons, looks upon the presence of Chinese students In this country as Im portant in two directions. For tho next 30 years thero will at all times be 200 of China's brightest young men studying In tho United States. When they return home they will carry friendly remembrances of America and Americans, which will promoto amity between the two nations. well-know- LURTON'S FIRST OPINION. Whatever else may be said about the policy pursued In Korea by Japan; which has taken the "hermit nation" under its wing, there will be no dissent as to the wisdom of providing good roads. Such highways aro conveniences which Korea has never known until now, and the fact furnishes one explanation of the slow development of that country. Public roads are among the first essentials to civilization, and without them any land, no matter how blessed with natural advantages, must lag behind the proces-'slon. I - A dispatch from Detroit states that a farmer from the northwest went to a firm In that city and ordered 30 auto mobiles to be shipped at once to friends who had given him their orders when be started for tbo cast. The machines. It is said, are all ot high grade, sumo of them belug of tho $5,- 000 class, and tho aggregate cost ot tho lot approximating JlpO.000 The poyrucnt was almost wholly In cash. This Is one ot the Items that show the change rapidly coming- over the- farming Industry. Tbo submarine vessels may be used In other ways than in war. The ex ploit at Toulon, France, when a sub marine dlved'bclow a sinking ship' and held It up until tbo crow could bo taken off was remarkable. And It speaks volumes for tho coolness and quickness of tbo olilcors In charge. An American woman In I'arlo lias ben found guilty ot slandering a man. Evidently tho masculine worm Is turn ing, and Is ussalling woman in her privilege ot tho tonguo'ii freedom. The abuse of the Iranklug privilege, Is to bo stopped. It cumo to a climax when a congressman tried to frank a cow, This placed the postal department on the burns of a dilemma, but It was decided that tho postal ..routes were not milky ways. Be Called Out. Philadelphia. Three lxi were shot and probably fatally wounded while several received less severe Injuries, Tues day, in riots which followed the resump tion of service uy tliu rhllauriphla Itapul Transit Company. The shooting oc curred in attacks on car in the north .v tales. The opinion waatho first Justice l,ur- - eastern section. .Market street, principal business thor ton has rendered from the Supreme Court hench. The onlv qualification of oughfare In the heart of the city, was this victory was a1 modi Motion "of the the scene of disturbances during the en drcree as to the Washington branch, .a tire day. tiirs were stoned and two policemen were roughly handle, by a to that branch the won Its contenmob of several thousand person. tion. Preparations were made by the au Yorktown Celebrates. thorities to rail Uon the entire force York town, lu. For the first time in of the state militia if the police are still unable- I o cope with the situation. s its history this little town, where President Murphy of the Central turrendrr to (.'forge Washington, was the scene, Tuesday, of a celebrabor I'liion still regard a general strike tion in honor of the hlrthdny annlier-sar- y of all trade unions in the city a inevitof the father of hi country. The able, ulthoiigh Organizer l'nttt Is re ported to bn oposilig the move. exercises were held under the sii.hIi-f the Vorktottn Historical Society of the united Mates. He preventative .las. MEN FIGHT LIKE ANIMALS I Lloyd of Missouri, in un auitrcss, paid high tribute to the patrntlam of WashDeclare Wolgast ington u ml to the memory of Thomas Fistic Exptrta Almost Killed Nelaon. Nelson, Jr., another of Virginia's fa mous sons. San Fruiiristo Battling Nelton is no longer champion, hut the extent of his SUCCLED OR NO PAY. powers of endurance is still a thing to be guessed at. Ills fight ttitli Ad Uol- Physicians' Operations Must Be Suc gast at ltiehmniid was stopped by IMdie cessful, Says Georgia Judge. Smith In the fortieth round ut a time Macon, (,u. Hy decision rendered In when Neltou stood on hi feet. Hut the superior court, surgeons who perform referee ucted wisely, for one or two operations must succeed if they expect rounds before the lust Nelson leaned to be paid. The decision was In the case across the ros- - In u manner that sugof Dr. C. II. Stuhl against C. W. Jordan gested Impending collapse. to recover aoo fee for operation on Jor His face Has punched out of all sem dan' daughter. blance to n human countenance, and Ihe child had tuberculosis of (lie kni-great strawberry blotches around his und Stuhl used the knifed Jordan testi stomach and hip bore testimony to the fied thai tifter using tho knife on the inerciles battering of Wolgmt a fists. cilld Stuhl said the operation wa highNelson was too feeble to light on with ly successful. "Yet," said the father, "in nny hope of success. Wolgiitt's eye a little while my child was dcmil." The were xnappy, while Nelson wore rate was not argued aud iii'u few minThe Dane had lost all sense of utes u verdict ua rendered tjiat as tho diatunce and direction, mid could only child died, Jordan owed the surgeon lllug out his arm in u feebhi nay. nothing. Exclude Tennessee Company, WEST VIRGINIA WINS. Jvlfersou City, Mo. Foreign life in Commissioners to Settle Boundary Dis surance companies that have not taken out a license to do buslue in Missouri pute With Maryland.' Washington. The Stute of West Vir are excluded from assuming risk upon ginia won u substantial victory In the the lives of residents of the State. The .... ... uiiucu mates aupretne. Lourt uver tho tilling was inudn by State Superinten .Insurance State of Mart land In tlirjr dispute over dent of a TennesseeFrank llluke, in the case, of liisuruiii-th'j boundary lino between tint two which did not hold a Mimouii couiuuy liwmse. States. (.'nnlnun!oneis were npitointcd fl'liu corporation had taken part of a to survey a new boundary In uccordulicu $l,uoo,(Rio policy on tliu life or (icorgu with the opinion of tho court, which rec V.. Nicholson, u wealthy manufacturer ognized tho validity of moU of the of Kaiitas C'itv. claims of the State of West Virginia. fran-cfiitCorn-walli-i Washington. The (ieorgia liailroad and Hanking Company Monday won u partial victory oter the Mutt: of Geor gia when the Supreme Court of the inueti state alllrmcu the main, points in tlie nttlnlmi nf Mil. tnui- - P.lnrul Court, holding that the railroad xva. re, quired to t.av onlv a state tar of one. half of one per cent, of the net earnings e ot tt property ana or Bailroad Given Partial Victory Over State of, Georgia. GENERAL STRIKE INEVITABLE Enttra Force of State Militi May to Bntnmys n.oihcr "ia fkj Sammy's moihcr forbade h' Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania State 9 jo over to pla, with iho. o , constabulary, 500 punchers threatens puni.l,n.cn. t- L' ttho ran plrk the snot out disobey her. " of n ten of diamond at thirty But ono clay Baramy ieci . Willi thfir ugly mark automatic reve- snd his mother tnado m4 rters, are on their way here, to take up k'srned that Sammy wna u the job that ttie police mid local militia with tho Irresistible bo cv V" iJ 3 hate failed ati Hint of restoring order cordlngly when Sammy "rt " 'ho found hls out of chaos that has accoinjvanlrd tb vl.lt ,ra nry stern, and with mch i street car strike. , a rr " Before they get here there may be tr squnre. forbidding Up h s" :t rioua ImtiiiM for someone to attend to. cd n spanking Batnmy wn promptly The atrikn leaders got from a confiden t.k tial source a repott that an atletnp snd stood for a moment loo. ,h , oughly rolscrablo. Suddenly h would on made, Wednesday night, b, icd up, and started to ,ht company men io ciynamite a mail car T. and thus bring the strikers directly un room. "Here sir! Where arc you r.!t.,. der the wrath ot the leurrsl (internment demanded hla mother To forestall this they sent telegrams t "I iTesiueni i ait. ccnator renrose ar.d Ing guess," answered Rsramj bc'J steadily on his wy ,,, 1' Postmaster Ashburg, explaining the sit uation and disclaiming responsibility for and shut myself up in the Mighty Hunter. Hamilton Fopo Qalt In anything that might happen. Homo Companion. There wa one big pitched battle WHO KILLED HALLIDAY Wednesday lietween Ihe iiollre, who fire--l Correct. more than S00 shots, and the men of the Teacher. What Is an ocean Baldwin Ijocomotlve worka, who hurled Johnny. A body of water nccr-'- tit. COItONKK'S JURY UNABLE TO eihapt, 2,0(10 heavy nuts and bolts from Ing battleships New Y )tk Tlicro Is no boiiutiflcr of ( jcj'd'jn. FIX BLAME FOR. IT. the windows und roof of the plant. Thl latted for twenty minutes and wa the or form, or behavior U H4 a scatter Joy and not pmj ar..a4 L- tTroops Patrol Streeta of Cairo Cir most thrilling skirmish of the ttrik riots. One workman was shot and a dot Hnlph Waldo Kmcrson. cuit Court Adjourned on Acrn btuectmta put out of action by the count ot Excitement. The Variety- -" missilea. "What kind of stars tk3 b tt In t, Then there were tetrral miner dl Cairo, HI. No Individual deputy sher turlst tiers In Krntlngton, where the melodramatic clrcw.t . "1 guess It Is the tt xt er named In the erdirt of the coro- greatest trouble iff wat ha been thus far, but death ner's jury which investigated the the battle of Baldwin's was the big thing of Alexander M. Halliday, who wat FAMOUS DOCTOR'S of the day. killed lu the mob Thursday night seeking This and the Increasing Inability u the life of John Pratt, the negro purse- PRESCR1PTI0H. snatrher. The turdlrt wat returned af the police th handle the situation, caused ter the taking of thr testimony of many Major Hot burn and hi public safety directorate to rail upon the grey-clitnetsc. It found that HalilJay raine to bit constabulary Niy. They entrained from l'unxsutawney death by a gunshot wound ranted by a Potlsville. Wllkesliarre, weapon In the handt of one of Sberilf ami urrenlmrg. Though this will Is-- gtusl for the peace Fred I). Nellis' deputies, flml from the north window of the Circuit Clerk's of of the town, it will lwd. most likely fice in the for Its usual welfare. It may bring The happening of the day did not about the mucdi talked of general ttrik tend to allay the excitement of the clti of all the lalsir unions in Philadelphia zens. Judge W. N. Ilutler dissolved the which number 1)0,000 men, and more grand jury at the request of the jurors than 100 faetoriea. and now Sheriff Nellis will have the Iretiou of a new grand jury, which prob ably will convene March 7. RAP KENTUCKY'S GOVERNOR In addition to dissolving the grand jury, Judge ilutler adjourned court for two weeks because of the uuutual cicilc-- Violated Constitution la Sending Troops uncalled For. ment. The arrival of Company 11 of Shelby Frankfort, Ky. In one of the most ville made the number .of militiamen on sensational reorta ever made to the sen' duty here about 350. The new arrivslt ate of Krntuek) by an Invest Vating com 'ARRHOFSTOHAi1 immediately began patrolling the city. mlltre, the joint legislatlte committee on military alia Irs, after a lengthy ex WILL TRY COTTON LEAK .MEN amination into the conduct of the state military and (be adjutant general' of Theodora Price, Peckham and Moses fice, made a report accusing Cor. Willton of violating the rorutitution ami law In Haas Loto Case. Haas, of New tending militia to various counties with Mose Wathlnuton. sink TWsnlnaJ York, indicted in the District ot Colum out any reimet from the citll authori bia, in connection with the "ruttou leak" ties. CARTER'S LITTLE IX seaudal of the department of agrieulturt The rcpoit critleises the adjutant gen . LIVER PILLS in 1U0J, mutt coma to Washington for eral' office, which. It declarril, should Plrsftdi. Aa trial. Such was the deeition today of be rigidly Investigated, ami call atten Ms. isl. ll the United State Supreme Court. tion to the expenditure of .ISy,lU on aastsM I ft Will Later the Supreme ( ourt announced the state militia in less than two years . I that It had derided that Theodore II. inoKt of which wat spent during the o-CsrsCs. Price and Frederick A. Ferkham, in ralled "tolmcro war and "iilghtrider dieted at the ame time as Haas, must trouble. To these expenditures It at alto come to the District of Columbia trihuted In large part the present deficit Smsll PilL Small Dos. Small Pries for trial. They were Indicted in connec In the state treasury. CENUINK Bu4 brtr iuterei tion with the scandal. The court held that where indictments were made in two jurisdictions, as in KEEP ALASKA COAL LANDS this rase, the government may elect where the accused should be tried. Haas npivealed from the refusal of the Two Hills Introduced Protecting Circuit Court of the United States for Mineral Deposits. the Southern District of New York t ttatninirion. urn rrcenl starllinc tes release linn from the custody of the timony on the value of coal deposits in United States marshal. Alaska, given by Manager Birch of the (liiggenheim-.MorgaAlaska syndicate, FARE REINSTATED. resulted in the Introducing of two bill M., K. & T. and Santa Fe Show U. S by Senator lletcrldge. The obje-rit to Judze Hook. retain permanently In the United States Cured by Ifi3 Manel of the Centur, Oklahoma City, Okla. Over all Okla- the title to Alaska coal deposita. homa line of the Missouri, Kansas & One provides for the withdrawn! from B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. rrxas ruilmsd, Tuesday, u itasteiigcr all forms of entry or sale of all thr coal Drltf t ost blmt rrtaon In ssr prH'i. fare of three cents was charged, the or kti R 1st deposit of Alaska. The othrr prohibits wllhastdMdlr mrrrarr der reinstating the fare hiving gon Sisals. liprvisllssauisri4;.ss thr leasing of more than 2.0CO acres to Into enrct immediately after midnight TREATMENT FREE It i believe.1 that the Santa Fr, tin morn than one (lerson or association, or SAMPLE If to ns Vlerrs. r.stlBrSorn,i."lT II ''MfS lor more than thirty yeara. The sun other road Involved in the recent deciMlMSt PsttllOI. II.JS IVTS, lltnpUs ur Krspclnns sion of United States Judge Hook at St. fare oterlylng coal droit may lie IIIIMMl IISIIIII. til ;mU.Ml lifs;1!' 1 ' of under the land law. Louis will shortly reinstate a thtee-renth n,mi kr ttcue, s, vf': Irs Islo s elesn, fare. 1 lie Oklahoma constitution fixed a S nerr xirs sml t.illc si s bci M'; " urtns IhawurslrsMiiilb t iassrnger fare, but gate the Lani'NlH'nt.K or bt eipn-ssII boms eors, sAMI'l.rsHfcatf.lJ-.- " BANKRUPTCY BILL PASSED IIom lur corporation commission authority to ie- rilfcs favi tmubls su4 Urt'mmliM sJi.;!1"Ileve railroads from the fare when It was shown that it wns not profitable to the roads. This the Missouri. Kansas Clayton Amendment Is Defeated in tha House. Texas and Santa lu tho wed to the Wushlngton. After n debate of two court. m- - r.t,.vi,alM.tisiit(Tererfrcciikk and a half hours, the hou.o iwisned the SON KILLS FATHER. 6iejWW Micrlry bill to estahlith a uniform liank headache for the liit twenty m"l Texas Boy Ptotects HU runtey law throughout the United States, never found any relief Since Wj your CascarcU. Married Sister. All amendment offered by ltcpresclitutttc taking Lakincr Catcsrcts he ! never mn Childress, Tex. Frank U Crnlir was Clayton or Aluluima for a reiw-of the the? lieadacbc. They have entirtlycumj ..,,. ..nil rrcuu. " shot and iiiituntly killed here by his bankruptcy law two year from the date , f . . son, Al Cruig. The fntlier at of the appiovtil of the pending bill wu them to do. I will Ktve you the rm I a,' tacked Ins daughter, Mrs. Until Hamil- ilcleatwl 1)1 to 100. Iteprcseutativri ot mine bis naiiic."- -r M i kj Hcslner Bt., W. ludunapoiJ. iw ton, aged 18. lit, chased her into the Brantley of (ieorgin, I bit ton of Alabama yard, seized her by the hair slid was ami Bartlctl of (ieorgia spokn ugulntl rieatant, Polaltbte. Pol'il. T 3 : f t tl.,iln.wl K.v.rhltk-n..- . dragging her around, Uneaten lug to cut the enactment of any vrninnrnt bank Hal' ?.K.'jr.'i-.i":i.'iv OiulscM' her throat when his son, Al, emptied the rupley law. Representative Tirrill o cms er yaur uuocy caa. entire load of a shotgun jnto the left Massachusetts, J)iel;ema of .Michiimu ami . stdo of hi father's Kherluy of Kentucky favored bill. OF cx-ronlidrx-cavalryme- In Sammy Small Car Company 8ay They Have Men n, hqre lived n family nf .'" to Man Oars, But tha Olty CanIrresistibly charming Xa not Protect Thsm. not f' ' 1 rr -- " sc-i- B-. hand-throw- PA a 1 Mf'l YsdfdsIA Don't Persecute your Bowels .BH ' ' "rwiw imt BLOOD POISON ne -- n t dlt-sie- llr h- -s r- . --- two-cen- . -- Headache i-- Fifteen-Year-Oi- 't fuc-u- the ..... Engineer Cook Released. Ouudalajnru, Mex. James A. Cook, tho American rullWuy conductor, wut released fiom custody after nearly six months' imprisonment in the peniten tiary here on a charge of contributory negligence, In connection .with the rob. hery of his freight truln last July. Cook's bond wu definitely (lxisl at $8,. oou goiu oy uiu statu tribunal and It wu iiiriiisiKxi hy two promlneu', Amur- eun resilient of thl city through the Ifort of the Ifimdulalara division of the Order of Itullttay Conductor. Milk Truit Indicted. New lurk. The milk trust was In dicted in New York Wednesday. A blan ket Indictment wu handed down In the criminal branch of the state siiprenit court naming eight dire I or of the Consolidated Milk Kxrhange, a New Jersey corporation. The Indictment charges that they "complied touetber. and with others, to fix the wholesale price ol milk, und did fix it, at $1.41 for a fortyClUart cull of llllttf." Onn vent- - In t.rlsnn - - ... f i or it line of not more than $500, nr both It the penalty for eucli olfense, which it misdemeanor. PI SOS E TAKE A DOSE PTTPE IMS iRHMKltllOltS Tarn promtsly tt u .Lliai w luogtrouUes. palatable. AU CasiuJ Drf sUto. M "a 0 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Whnt Is Golnji on In Different Farmers a&i Merchants Bank Clinton Street, nickman, Kcntncky. Sections of Kcnlucliy. 3 Nickel, r" " v Uncle Sam's Most Useful Coin A BTARTLINQ DISCLOSURE. MI8S LLOYD DENIES STATEMENT. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS,- .That we offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of mcondary imporUnR. twvuj rnriTi lar nlot machine, for which It still doei cucnaivo dmr u , tlio price of to tho hoxvi In alt More 1909 (lurley Tobacco Hss Deen' 6ays Report that Bulk of Burley ToSold Than Burley Society Claims bacco Has Been Sold Outside of to Hve Pooled. Pool Is Ridiculous. In ', government Tlio afford to dltnonio with mtlicr tlmn tlio fivo- - In i. y It stniids far more itnblo ..n y otlirr. It In Iho price 1 - c' tread; It pnys tlio coat of ft'"" 11 "! ,,ecl car w"h 1,19 rIb of ticrr and tlio bJ Ac" - rur for "10 of bit Irolinl)ljr not too much to I' tho (llimpiicaranco of the M I I n.M prove- a greater almck t,i fr.r ti of tho nation than nl-u hr that could happen. r c cnt coin for two genera-1 nns heen tho llxcd price -- s' ,v r tMiiRs that tho people of n , n i r ompleto low how to pro-I' True, hundreds of :j v. t if f.tcecnt plccea nro loit - L.t that li duo tared, to t: , k Lte to which this little The uies of uuMncai roof Rrcntcr number f ' e than anyaother coin. It extensively ued In b .ktl T :cali It waa formerly more ..s; ifcc open ionnnie of the popu- nation wide. ttnIIIMTON Y i -- i (.. r f. 1 c- " t.t iiIiir il J - 1 J - i , Covington, Ky. parts of tho country. The neus Importance Ovcrshadowinjt the United States nuwiaimoncd parlor government's call for a special grand chargca a 'nickel." Jury In tho federal court here, to delvrl Tho saloonkeeper and the baker for Into tho "night rider" depredations jwr. nave gniiicred their dally harto hnvo been Instigated by tho vest Of tlicsn llllln rnln. Tl. lUUII Hurley Tobncco society, comes tho ! fountain. growing In popular favor. startling disclosures that mora ot tho uem mow, in "nickels." Ice cream 1909 crop ot hurley has alrcndy been In aurntnrr lime cops fnr tivn mni. sold In the Louisville, Cincinnati and and tho char fur n mvrln.1 t.t till.. . other markets, Including tho looao leaf In tho phnrmacy nnd the flvoccnt markets, than tho Hurley society Bioro require! tula coin. claims to havo pooled. Assistant Most smoker would have to quit United States Atty. Gen. Edward' P. wcro It not for the "nickel." obnoxious Orosvcnor reached Cincinnati In comob mo iiomcsllc cigar la to many ot pany with Hpeclit Agent II.' W. Iloag them. Tho clsnrctto Would rrtnfl tn land, or the bureau of Investigation', ho the popular smoke It la If tho prlco who has had chargo of tho governwore not nvc cents. 8hoo laces would ment's probo In tho burley tobacco; either become n luxury at n higher fields for the past four months.' prlco or require payment In pennies. ot tho Illness ot District AttorTurn which May one will, thn nv. ney J. II. Tliifrloy, ot this city, Assist-- , com pieco nous up at every turn as ant District Attorney Davidson has tho most necessary coin of the realm. taken charge of the local phaso ot tho Its discontinuance would Inevitably In- fight. Tho two, Gro3vcnor and Davidcrease the cost of a thousand things of son, assisted by A. Ilruco Hellcskl, ovory-dalife, which no ilonti-- r nnw known among tlio members of the buhaa tlio daring to chango hecauso of reau of Invostlgntlon ns "a wizard on nvoicu custom. figures," commenced to go over the Thcro Is no likelihood Hint thn mass of Information piled up by the eminent will soon consider the elim special agents since tholr advent Into ination of this coin, as such action Kentucky. would result In n howl of dlannnroval hoot-ihlnlnlie-cau- fat mtilllplylni? picture Lexington, Ky Miss Alice Lloyd, chlgf of tho press bureau of tho Hurley Tobacco society, said, concerning tho statement that more tobacco' ol tho 1909 crop has been nold outside of tho pool than Is In tho pool: "This statement Is not borno out by the figure Tlio Hurley Tobacco aoclcty has In tho pool 120,000,000 pounds out of an estimated crop ot 108,000,000 pounds. Tho latest reports show that the following amounts havo been sold In tho thief markets thua far this year: Ix)ulsvlllc, 27,000,000; Lexing1.600,000 ton, 19,000,000 (Including pounds resold); Mt. Sterling. 15,000,-000- . Cincinnati. S.000,000. This Is a total of Gt.000.000, or, rather, atter tho 'LCOO.OOO pounds resold, G2,;,00,000. Thoro has ifosslbly been S.000,000 or 10.000,000 pounds sold In other places Tho statement that the bulk of tho burley crop has l;ccn gold outside of tho pool Is ridiculous." -- Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage tl. BUCHANAN, President EL Duchacan. J. M- - A. TMOnPSON, CashUr. T. A. Lodford, J. J. C DIRECTORS O. II. Dondurant, B. IUr, Thr.lk.ld, Dr. . M. J. Hubbard. W. A!iiatr, THE SAFE3T AMD QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER T ia by LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATE3 APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE aoaroiUTt. ft TELEGRAPH CO. , INSPECTION OF STATE QUARD. Adjutant General Orders Inventory and Survey of Property. . .. OUn ST00K IS COMPLETE NEW MOVE IN TOBACCO WAR. Report Is Current that Special Grand Jury Haa Been Called. Lexington, ICy. A report Is current that a special grand Jury to consider the tobacco cases has been called tu meet In Covington. It Is also reported that numerous agents armed with subpoenas have been sent out on tho late trains to servo papers on men, whom they will bring with them to testify Leforo tho grafid Jury. Tho Is that tho federal government hns abandoned Its program ot proceeding against tho Hurley To' bacco society under tho Shcrmnn antitrust act It Is now paid that tho proceedings will bo ot a more personal nature. In other words, the plan Is to go after Individuals whom the Investigation by government sleuths for weeks past has shown to he amenable to tho law. From Information obtainable hero It Is believed that tho grand Jury Inquiry at Covington will bo frullj Hair, a mi or sensational results dozen federal secret service agents, among them tho men who arrested Harry Orchard, who confessed to the pcrlc? ot bomb outrages In Colorado ami Idaho, which eventually resulted In tlio murder ot Gov. Frank Stcunen-burg- , havo been In Cincinnati, O., working under the direction of A. Uruco Illelaskl, to complete the evidence which tho United Statin government hopes to obtain against members of tho Hurley Tobacco society Ovortures will bo niado to Attorney Dudley P. Wayno to get tho of his clients, members ot the burley iool at Harrison, O., in the government's proceedings. Soveral prominent tobacco growers of Harrl-KinO., nnd vicinity Jclncd tho pool. Tho amount ot their holdings Is about 100,000 jiounds. Sorao of tho growers,' desiring to take advantago of the prevailing high price In tho Cincinnati markets, broke their pledge to the Hurley society a tow days ago and dl under-fctandln- g , When Minister Bryan's Cat Came Back ship. Donor and recipient wcro pleased beyond measure, and tho ships re sumed tuelr Journeys. After the lapse of coasldcrable time. a number of Chilean warships stopped In the harbor nt Itlo Janeiro, nnd among tho entertainments prepared fo tho officers was ono at tho American legation. Minister Ilryan was more than usually felicitous ns a host, and the Chileans thought thoy should In some manner show their appreciation. bo tho next day a delegntlon ot gold laced, beplumed and clanking warriors appeared' at 4ho legation, and after presenting Col. Ilryan an address teeming with good nature they gave him tho coca tho anme old cat, onli larger and hungrier, nnd moro re pulsive and tho minister turned away to hide his tears. lie had received the samu token twice from two wide mW r.L 1 (UMU.K8 PAGE IlUVAV, L been transferred from his f'irt as Ktisiitrr to J'ortugal to that ' r to Ilelglum, had an unusual etc trii:'5 ri.d to bis popularity while Kntcg as ir.'alstcr to llrazll. A largo din ln:iortrr, rcturnlnc from a trip b tis ..'er'or brought wflh him a k :g c a which Is a speclea ot wild 'ti cr t'grr, and ho gava It to Col. Erran as a testimonial ot bis regard. Tie was tond of animals, it" bis girt highly, but the h..( k-Interesting during Its iK'h, rip.i'y loses that attraction as It If. an ulder, ouo of Its specialties ta nppotlte. Tho col-;tif;rrd 0f his pet, and one day tijl'i j, t?t ttrt a presented the oncn to H- - c rt of tho Iowa as a mascot. h course of time tho men of tho l"lcd about for somo one on tt:a to unload tho animal, nnd at B:r-- .j Ayrcs they toll In. with a ..fia tsn of war. As a token of tho "'. 'v outing between thorn, tho Is." rlibcd Iowa oftlccra gavo the nnd was In Lisbon at tho tlmo of tho e:a i the cdlccrs of tho Chilean war assassination of the king. -- la port be i.ae I'mled Stales battleships i ly separated sources. letter tho onca wns given to the captain of a merchant ship under nn Ironclad agreement the animal waa not to bo put ashore at n port anywhere If Col. Uryan was there. Col. Uryan haa bnd an Interesting diplomatic experience. While serving In Ilraxll ho witnessed the rlso and collapse of n revolution against tho re public, but the disturbance never was serious enough to causo embarrassment to tho diplomatic corps. Then bo was transferred to Portugal ' 1'rankfort, Ky. Orders went out from tho department of adjutant general for an Inspection of companies ol tho state guard and an Inventory and survey ot property. Tho Inspection ot the ioulsvlllo regiment will tako place as follows: Headquarters, band and hospital, April 8; First battalion, April u; Second battalion, April 7; Third battalion, April C; Inventories of property, April 4 to 12; examination ot officers, April 4. All Inspections and examinations will tako placo In the evening. Lieut. Col. A. McLean Moffatt will conduct tho Inspections and examination of ofllccrs. Lieut. Col. T. W. Wcodyard will conduct nnd surveys of property. A board of examiners Is convened to meet at Frankfort April 11 to consider examination papers of candidates for commissions In tho guard. This board is made up ot Gen. Roger Williams and Cols, ttrlnstead, Allen and Henry. Other Inspections and examinations will tako place as follows Feb. 21 and 22; Cyntlilann, 13d and 2Uh; Cntcttsburg. 21th and th; Salyer8vllle, 26th; Beattyvlllc. 2Sth; Mlddlesboro. March 2; Whites burg, tth and 5th: Plncvllle. 7th: Som met. U and 9th; Owcnsboro, 14th and 15th; Henderson, ICth; Marlon, 17th and 18th: Madisonvlllc. 19th. Karlingtun, 21st; Hopklnsville, 22d end 23d; Howling Green, 24th and 25th; Calhoun, 2Cth; Hartford, 28th; Leltcl-ncld- -- Absolutely THE BEST- FRESH MEATS - km... riillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Gall on or Ul.phon us when In of GROCERIES. or FEEDSTUFF3. ad Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries.- Ledf ord & Randle HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS "ESTABLISHED 1S56. TOM DILLON, Sr., Pro (Snoceisor to B. O. Ram.ga, deoe&atd.) Ilarble and Granite Honuments CURDINO, HICKI-IA- STONE 1 1 WORK t af all kinds. IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY , 9lh and SOth. PROPOSED WOOL POOL. Pledges of Growers Being Secured for Poo of 1910 Crop. Lexington, Ky. At a meeting of the Fayette county wool growers, who have Joined tho recently organized Kentucky Wool Growers' association, C. C. Patrick. Albert Shouse, J. M. Downing, Itcdos Estill. J, W. nerry, Gcqrge D. Karsner and Jamej Boatty were named as tho hoard of control for this county. Col. R. M. Redd, deputy county assessor, was selected to canvass tho county and put Into the hands of ovcry wool grower tho pledge under Davidson & Stubbs I! Meet Your Friends AT' How Mr. Grigg's Stopped an Elevator "Look here, ntggcr" he roared, "let at tho fourth floor quick. I want you to kpow thnt a congressman can get oft nt any floor bo wants In mo off j! nCMTICTC l I S Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors u hjdrullc obtain and aY.rythlaf tor comfort. this building-.- -i. THE late 1 tttc-- experience elevator operator 4n tho tat cr- .- department nt Washington itnegro probably never will J- -h rt Vhc congressman entered an -:rlrva'or which was forbidden " U lew tho llfth floor, on which ' -- ' J the olllco ot " tho postmastur r ith a .- Congresman Cfcrtta onco had an Orlggs "Yes, sah," tho negro hastened to reply. "Ves, ab." And tho elevator stopped, and the Georgia congressman of had accomplished what tho postmastor general couldn't da J h' congressman. TM- - re cfT at tho fourth floor," " f.o. fvator off doan stop below the responded tho negro with tho fourth floor," Orlggs. looking tho negro :rU 1 'he t c ' 1 ' tab, dls clovator doan' atop ti .V f'-- U h)r u wouldn't stop oven la ta- -- ce at wim rr;tmnstcr general hlsselV ccuthcra tro was aroused. everything To show how Is In Washington, tho secretary ot the Interior kindly calls tho attention ot congress to the elevators In tho Interior department, which wcro put In service over thirty yearn ago. In tho ilrst place, these same elevators are cages only big enough llttlo sheet-Iroto carry halt n dozen nnd unable to lilt over 300 or 400 pounds weight, nnd nro really not safe as welt as antlquo In character. This is practically truo ot all ot tho older government buildings In most ot In Washington, however. them tho "lifts" niovo at tho rnteot an Inch a minute and ovcry once In a whllo fall to the bottom. An appropriation ot $30,000 has been asked tor the installation ot four new electric lifts In thu interior building. Missouri's "Bills" and a Bridge Bill sourl "Hills." though of opposite political parties, ore very good personal friends. "The senator from Missouri," said Sonntor Sherman. Stono was on his feot In front of his desk on tho Democratic side, nddrosi-Intho chair. lur back on the nopubllcan side I 'IB the custom in tho aennto for Senator Warner was doing tho same "fa kenator to address ovcry other "Tho senior senator from Missouri,'' looking direct-Tnll''--mi'Mr"they aro with persons Enid tho 1)0U1 not very well no nt Warnor. Again Senator Stone .. ,? "m, It is probablo thnt 8enator addressed tho chulr. "I am tho Junloi f ttil Senator Stono each refers' senator from Missouri," snld Wurnor, i ik y other as "Senator." "If tho chair Intends to recognltt comraltteo rooms, homes xno." "Then It Is tho Junior senator l staong Mlstourl friends, tho Mis-- 2 who Is recognized," said Sherman, and '"mo nro "Hill" to caoh Warner Introduced his bills. Some tlmo later Senator Btono wns nf" " Senator Stono has somothlng ' collcBBuo to ono of his recognized and Introduced his bills. hni . Lo wl" rumark that ho told It may have been moro than u coinciam V,f' or ho will suggest to dence that each of tho Mlss;uri senathiin. a go and boo "1)111" Warner. tors Introduced a bill extending the "U ot Warner havo heard tlmo for tho commencement of work Ub , , . uu biouo. 'rue mu. on tho muutclpal bridge at UL Louis. r which It la proposed to pool tho 1910 crop of wool. Tho pledge provides that any ono fall'ng to keep his pledge GOOD PROGRAM ARRANGED. shall forfeit 5 per cent ot tho value Farmers' Institute Will Be Held at of tho crop pooled. It also provides that tho directors may dissolve tho Frankfort Feb. 23, 24 and 25. qunntlty Is not pool If sulllclcnt Ky. Commissioner IVankfort, ct pledged by May 1, 1910. Agriculture M. C. Hankln haa an uounced tho program far tho State MEETING OF KENTUCKY MAYORS. Farmers' Institute thut will bo held In this city Fob. 23, 24 nnd 25. Ho has Call Issued to Discuss Municipal Af-- . fairs at Frankfort Feb. 21. secured reduced railroad rntos on all Frankfort, Ky. Muyor James II ot Uie Kentucky railroads for thn Polsgrove, chairman ot tho Municipal dates, so that every fanner who to attend the Institute may be Association cf Kentucky, has called a uhlo to do so without groat cost. Tho meeting ot tho mayors ot Kentucky program is extensive, and among tho to bo held In this city Feb. 21. Tho list of tipcakcrs nro some ot tho belt purposo of tho meeting Is to perfect In tho state, and tho speakers nro not n permanent organization, and to tako confined alone to men, Tho lectures such action as may bo deemed advisof tho speakers will bo Ultutrated with able for tho enactment, by tho general living objects, such us cattle, hordes, assembly, of such measures as aro etc., all ot which will bo put upon the pending boforo that body. Thcro havo been Introduced at this session 100 stage for demonstrations. Commissioner Rankin haa been working up bills affecting municipalities, some and others unfavorably. Whllo the Institute for a year. Ho expects It to bo tho most successful one that the coll Is addressed to tho mayors, has been hold since tho organization tho city officials lu any capacity aie Invited to attend. ot tho agricultural department. jxcd of their crops. HMkv, srs ' VtV ' OFFICES: Tenn.-- ' '"' Clinton Street, Hickman, Ntit door to Jonet' Cafe, I Kj. Hickman, Union Kj. Orer Cowelll'i irag Ia ' building. Clr, C B. A. j LlNl I A IVlTl Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . FOR SALE Both cIty and farm prop" erfcy at reagon:viji0 price3. If you have renl estate for sale, let us get yon a buyer. ADDRESS: . IVW RnnJrs Stationery, Post Cards MarvBerendes&Comoanv 17 Notions, EtC Hickman GourierRealtyCi nickman. Kentucky. g IjulsvIlIe, Ky. Tho prlco of hogs ioulsvllle showed an advance of 15 cents a hundred over $9 last Saturday, which was tho highest price sinco the c'vll war, when hogs sold at $10. In showing Louisa, Ky. Tho good made by the third oil well hero has brought tho Standard Oil Co. Into the field, nnd It Is buying nil the leases It Is running high. can gut. Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping: others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People who have partaken of our excellent service com back for a second serving--. Our prices are th most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our simple. Ky Judgo Frankfort, Cochran granted a dlschargo In bankruptcy to t'urrlgan, tho famous turfman. Ills liabilities wero several hundrod thousand dollars and his ussets wore scarcely nothing, so his creditors got but a small per cent of what was owing thorn. Glasgow. Ky. Frankfort, Ky. A writ of prohibition was ufked tho court ot appeals by Attornoy Harbor, of Newport, representing tho clerk ot Campbell county, to prohibit him from delivering the ballot boxen ot the last olectlon tn Judgo Yungblut, to bo opened by the grand jury. .er Honderson, Ky- .- Dr. Cabell Mosely Owing to tho suow daughter had covering tho oarth. crave his wife and narrow escape from n tiro that dc-fear Is entertained for tho uuall and Ubor imail gamo lu this section. The stroyed tholr home In this city. The supply was already rather short so damage done to tho propitty will ci ' $1,000. I iced far as tlio qui II Is concerned. JOB PRINTING iti cbvor ve cm do that claw Ium a than the oth.r fellow. Wddinc Inrltitlonj. Utter headi. bill head. tii ,,tteol9nts- - dodjon, Mrdi, etc., all rec-itamo c.retul UctauU Ju$ a llttlo btttar than iom neceuar,. rromjH elirry alwj. Ellison Bros. 12 Red Seal Ginghams at 25c Fine Mercerised Waistings at 15c and 20c Lawns at 7c Bleach Domestic at 6c Gc Calico ALL m.iim.i..(i S0RTSs44r4 .... I)RINK8-Cow- lll's this week. glll Hosers u . . H. I). Jaekmiii Ion Wednesday. u. . ' a 0a Offer this week some unusual values in Mill Remnants of Neiu Spring Goods, at prices of their regular selling prices. of just about one-hal- f at .. Goods, figured, at. 12 c Lonsdale Cambric and Bleach - 3c Domestic... 8 c 5c CowRlll'. Drug place you can get Btote I. ItKo Uuy your groceries at tho A. H. Owen spout Sunday In Mo-- (Irnr.irv I',. ..... Kenilo, with home folks. James Caiuni.. i. . For Knstcr flowers, seo or tele- - Meimphls to nti. nd UlS phono Miss llonnlo Carpenter. U'O Compbell w. ,.i .. i, Tho U I). U. will meet with Miss Tu N'ell Ilogern noxt Tuesday nfternoon. unolu. HOT Mrs, Iaiiii 8du Iluy your groceries from tho I lick man Grocery Co., and save 6 per he r homo hi Khi ii,.ku cent. luoula. 1 mh ,, i " Hlclcm . 7c Check Gingham at 20c White ..12c ,. . " Also Indian Head Suitings, Zephyr Ginghams, Dress Ginghams, Cheviots, Wide Shcctins, etc, nil under price. dangerously again. ited Mrs. W. A. lllnshnw, who has been Miss llunnte fan III, Is able to bo up lug tho Joy Floral 1 urders for floiT 1 , Here Are Bargains which we picked up under value and have thrown on our counters at remarkably low prices. ipuSr No. 14 Quart Enameled Dish Pans 4 Closing Out Prices On Pnnts, Child's Suits, Conts, Hats, Shirts, Collars, Tics, etc., arc almost like giving them awny for Men's and Boys Coats from 15.00 suits. 1.00 for Mens and Boys $2 Pants 1.50 for Mens and Boys $3 Pants 1.50 for choice of Boys Knee Suits worth $5 and $6 1.98 for any S3 Hat in the house styles. Miss Eva May Jolly, of Mnrlln, visThomas Whlnni. .M bines .Nannie nnd Hnxel Meth- known litM 0 . uy this week. iiuj- - ni uitt nenti- of i,, , t Caldwell A Clny opened their now Will Justice ai..i v blacksuillh shop Monday In tho old fined In Jmls Id ii,.. , ...... - luu . lie. .. 1.50 Gowns at 75c Corset Covers at 35c Corset Covers at 25c Corset Covers at 25c Drawers at 25c Table Oil Cloth at Table Linen at 35c White Table Linen 35c Window Shades at Cotton Batting at 35c Red 98c 48c 25c 15c 15c 15c 26c 1.00 On Sale SATURDAY MORNING at Bros. up-to-da- te .22c 25c 8c 11 o'clock. accepted-Elli- son No telephone orders Cluett's 1.50 Shirts for 1.15 Monarch 1.00 Shirts for 75c Any 50c Tie for 25c Arrow Brand 15c Collars for 10c our last html Save on your shingle bill by buy. oi ill pwoe. Ing dlrtct from our mill, Yates & The first spring Uj , Kirk Shingle Co. llf In bUfttlMVS jt, Ic' cream, hot and cold drinks and sro piiKiug up li, verytiilng In tho soda water lino as lllekmnii's twiim t y good ns can bo found anywhoro Jat. WhH weui i,, i . Oco Hums. to buy a Mck of k Mrs. Hattlo Hopor and children, of new store, whkii w, t near Woodland, visited J. It. llrown W'mt lltckliWH in u I ' family the and latter part of th past week. Hol's wore wiunu .. u j tf ui u.. llobt. Saddlor, who has been quite leu dollar murk..... imirkuf Vl.in.lnv sick at tho home of J no. Hynn, In lug higher. We Uav. t ua . (.. . Went Hickman, loft Friday for tils suuh things and t tj . j, i. . near Martin. borne site our nvrvwt. Clip uut iSc Homo Telephone dl Mr. and Mrs UK, ., rectory in this Iwtue nud hang up lalneU Misses Ai.i.a u j j ii' nr your phono. Whim the, weather .. nllfl Ylna II 'I' opens up the company cuu Install Davis at an t ,k , phone for which they have orders, tier Monday ewu,ig 'iL. L the list will bo nearly doubled. . i i . ek-M- II L Gray stnnd. in.. Our Ten Cent Counters Must be seen to be appreciated. You'll be surprised at the number and variety of articles shown here at I Oc, many of which bring as much as a quarter. We are continually getting new things for these 10c counters, and this week, among other good things, show was served In four : Men's clothes seem to run protty sttongly to grays this spring though a lot of blue suits arc seen. Smith & Amberg tell us that Hart Sohaff- iut &. Marx lino has some very beautiful fair Urn to. be- - seen nnd worn this season. Miss Stella Anderson, of the Pad- ah High School, was adjudged win in r of the third Annual Contest, en gaged in by the West Kentucky Ora torlt.nl Lcaguo, Friday night. Her subject was, "Tho Ideals of the Old and New South." The contest was pulled off nt 1'nducah. u uy a ueoistt.' n. senate Monday paas, suffrage tetHtoi bin j w ': . j c k- i , ,j mended form prui.us who own taxsbb pi , .. lor souoei irun, l..; , Sleeve Boards, a big seller at 10c Toasters, something new and specially good Nickeled Bath Room Fixtures, each 10c Rubber Plate Scrapers, a good thing at Nickeled Tooth Brush Holders, Soap Stands, Soap Racks, Towel Rods, Toilet Paper Holders, each J I fleers. Arucitt ot iiKi'ii j i. i :. the con my i k s by the Star Tel. i,Li i - .. " Wlngo. Th linen u - u i Wesson, J. M. Walk l j i I 'iJl I The onpltAl atiMk , I divided Into Iibi .j In t 1 . 10c 10c 10c ELLISON BROTHERS DON'T LIKE MOORE. Soino oiio Is dlspleabod with tlio course of Hon. l S. Moore, of this city, as to Ills action as a member of of tlio legislature, and lias uddrobsed him a threatening letter according to the Courier-Journa- l. nays: The Courier-Journ"Mr. Moore bays he, has euough of tho pcrscut Legislature aud that ho Is going to leave Frankfort In about ten days to stay, lie has business in Fulton which is calling him homo and ho will got indefinite leavo of absence so that ho can go homo aud slay and conio back In linio to sec tho final act in tho Legislative session. Of course hu scoffs, at the luea that the threatening letter has anything to do with his leaving Frankfort, at the same tizuo it is plain that ho Is worried. Mr. Moore says he has done nothing wicked at the present session, except vote ugulnst tho auoptlou of the Legislative Digest, and he cannot uuuginu why he Is made tho object of a threatening letter from even a crazy pursou. The Standard Oil Company has declared a quarterly dividend Monday of $15 per share. Mr. Rockefeller's share of tho earnings of tho company for throe months was $4,050,000.00. Since 1S38 Mr. Rockefeller's holdings in the company havo brought him In $118,179,440. Tho most that may be said as complimentary Is that a few funerals of the Hockeys might holp politically and morally hi the natural order of things. Agent Fowler, of the M & O at Cayce. was fined $2 and coits In Esq. Williams' court, Tuesday, charged with breach of tho peace. He was recently married and a charivari party attempted to show Mr. Fowler a "good time," but ho held them at bay with his gun, which resulted In his arrest. Tho caso was reduced to breach of tho pence because ha was entitled to carry a gun, being in the employ of an express company. He was dofended by Judge Hemley and MIsb Virginia I'rather ontcrtalned prosecuted by County Attorney Konoy a few friends at "bridge" Thursday evening. A salad course was serv John Adams Is expected to arrive ed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs hero about the 15th. Ik nnd his J. C. Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. brother, Ed, will bo partners In Kennedy, Miss Ireno Forls, Messrs. now plumbing and tinning establish Gus Alexander and Edward I'rather ment. . DORENA NOTES, Guy Hall went to Charleston, urday. Digger Hall was In Charleston, urday. J. O. King went to Uayotivllle business, Monday. J. O. King was In Charleston, urday, on business. John Fletcher visited In Martin, Snturdny nnd Sunday. English Ijwrenco, of East I'rnlrle, had buslnoss hero last wtk. A. II. Henderson, or Medley, wns horo on business last Wednesday. IjslIo Stoker and Thunnan Pickett, of Hickman, worn hero Sunday. Craig Lawrence, of Hickman, spsnt Monday night with his alitor, Mrs. J. O. King. . A. A. Fnrlt ami I J fine farm of -- at... f . .. ft lit Ilin liUKH I11II11II E j t i 106 acres In Lake county, one mllo ! . lias the di-- t from Tlptonvlllu. last week, tn Jix Ferd only fired one she' ii. , Parks and It. C. Donaldson for the und Hits was ut t sum of 1 10.619. He then purchased J Now liv I, a i. Sat the Conner farm, from M rs. Geo. Con missed. to shoot ilmk 9 lake. In thl ner aud hslrs, on No. i the law praers a Sat- county. Tlio latter placo contains 208 Iter that may be ki:i J acres, for which ho paid $10,000 on Mrs. 1'iircy J" It Is expected that $t.GOO,000 will large number ut i1 ;w' ixi distributed nt once to claimants SatW J. Harper told a ji . i - a H m a.jr - - against the Southern Mutual Invest ment Company, ns a result of the con flrmnttuii of the report of J no. 0. Hogur. the receiver, by the Circuit court In Islington. This will be some consolation to several Hlsk manlles. All Is not gold that glitters. gentlemen. tables nnd tlx gn,' ... i' . J The New Spring Hats Are ready for your choosing. A Beautiful Line. THE VERY NOBBIEST SHAPES IN ALL COLORS AND STYLES Mrs. 11. C. White, of Gum Wood Vnlley, was tho guest of Mrs. Joel-la1'olhamus Woduenday. The young people of this burg www h "It Is probable that other jneuibers of tho Legislature huve received threatening letters from tiro author of Mr. Moore's letters, but these members have kept quiet about it nud huvo not told anybody that they wore threatened with many strlpeB. It Is probable that an offort .will be juado, through tho postal authorities, to try to fiud out who wrote the letters aud it the author is discovered, he or she "will bo prosecuted." . O badly disappointed Saturday night they Intended to havo a storm iHirty at the home of Mrs. Juo. Dirk, but the rain kept them away. Guy Hall gavo a "tacky" party at his home on Washington's birthday All seemed to enjoy themselves, and Miss Myrtle King and Albert Ilnrn-lill- l were awarded the take for make-up- . Joe Cnntlllon went to Chlcaito one day last week to attend the funeral of the wife of his brother. L. E. (Mike) Cantlllon. Joe, accompanied by his brothers, Thomas and Mike, returned to lllckmnn aud were making arrangements to go to the Monday, when they received a telegram that their mother was dangerously III nt her home In Milwaukee. They left Immediately for the bedside of the mother, who died Tuesday. Joe Cantlllon aud his sister nre expected to return hen In n fowdnys. t Chocolate tokens w . ... . ... 1.a (lie gniiius. nriM iniu ru 4, rf - f k :j cream and course, J choose straws w. r. t .Mima unfa uiirtifi ry, K. K. Itseves ( I V. k " J Soxton. 1 A. Sloe J . i i. i. lieury nniiRvr, j " " Wilson, O. Ilertw.iK i i ' 11 rant. John Gardner cf If llnn.n.. I A ThoILt1' Ju m . 11- thor. Fannie 8hw 11. HalUer. C. F IUsou, J. O. Stilbl.ii I). II. WIUoii. W Gabby, T. A. Ledf-t- ,! J. T. Stephens, r M .. ....... I iiruvin, ii. iiuriiBii" or. F. K. Case F M llrevard, Ir i I IMlford. - I' - Ii ' ' " 1 ' I I. ' K I 't Jt Toll mo Dorona Is not It. There's a young lady from Hickman, who has teen visiting horo two week and says sho Is going to stay.. Now, we will leave her nnnio for you to guess. We wonder who Is so attractive. O Keep Well NOTICE. Cairo, after tho chief Industry, the saloon dives, wero closud by murtlul law, quieted down. Uut tho germ of tho disease, tho same old still remains tho white man's burden. Tho old Northern phrase "All bohd or all free" has been by the truer oplgrum " Ml white or all coou." Aaid tho deudb, racial fight winds up temporarily with tho latter quotation on top, with and an Ignorant, lncompotew Sucker Governor dumped Jn for good measure. nogro-pko-bl- lit Jesse Tantiohlll, formerly pitcher for the Washington base ball club, and wife, aru spending several days at the club house at Heelfoot Lake, guests of Joe Cuiitlllon. J Millet & Alexander With my grocorles on and nfter tho 8th of this month. I will handle a general line of Hardware like the' Old Aiuhorg establishment used to have, and you know the old saying "What you can't find at Amberg h. you need not go elsewhere, as lie .. .. .... ...in i. win nuvu wnui you can tor. when In need of Hardware or Groceries. call and see mo before you purchase elsewhere, ns 1 think I tan pleuse you in every respect. I know 1 can In tho quality of tho goods. Don't forget Hint I will hnve my Amberg Fuvorlto Sugar Houso Molns- sos ln all size cans for this summer' ami will prove Just as good as they wero In barrels during tho winter I urn agent for the Oliver Tynrwrlt er Company. J. L. AMIIEIIO I P as long ns you can, but when you do gel ill Get Well as soon ns you can. To do this requires the services of the best doctor and the best prcscriptionisl. Disease has all the advantages no matter who the or doctor is if his prescriptions arc improperly filled if the drugs used have lost part of their curative the power. You need our kind of ervice to get Sickbest results from your doctor's prescriptions. vour ness is too dnngerous to take chances bring prescriptions here. ... I Hickman Drag Company S Incorporate- d- M Stands Like a Stone Wall Tuns Catttt, Htrm, Ht- -lt PrMHMNy ImtoilnnllM TOT BARGAIN I3XT: AMERICAN FENCE mr new fence for t 1 " i. . yean to come. Gel ihr big, heavy wire, the the rotkI galvanlilng, the exactly proportioned quality of iteel 1 oharil nor too nft in thow you thli fence In our rtnclc mil einbln Its merlti and 'y "ot u0'y ' ,uc roll but in the fielu. WIRE FENCE RIGHT NOW 939-- 6 939-1- 2 1 Beginning SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5th, we offer some startling bargains in AMERICAN FENCE. The following prices are CASH rnot a rod will be charged at these figures. Here are the prices : 726-- 6 726-1- 2 American Fence '" w v 832-1- 2 25c per rod " 20c " 29c 22c r American Fence 4 33c per rod 25c 3.8c 047-- 6 1047-1- 2 ' 29c The credit price is from 3c to 4c per rod higher, according to size. WE DON'T MEET PRICES, WE MAKE THEM If you don't buy yaur wire from us we both "lose money. Wire is'going higher alii the time HICKMAN HARDWARE (INCORPORATED) d O OET1 BUSYi lljr CO. INNOCENCE VOT ISS. Tho Fulton Commercial printed tho following last week in a letter written by a special correspondent at Frankfort: "Tho senate of Kentucky presented Mott Ayers, the sergeant at arms, with a handsomo diamond studded medal tho other day for efficient ser vice but wo ought not to mention It here, for somo ono will bo saying, "hub, I bet Mott wroto that plcco to Tho Commercial himself." Hist this Is a deep mystery. Tho authorship of this article will cvor bo an unsolved puzzlo. Ohl no, no ono would think of Mott being so do void of modesty and refinement as to throw boquots at himself. O or Martin. Is Quality coupti In ihlnglei get the Helm. Stio nr-- i beit by buying' direct from our mill. m! will spend several Yatet i. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. n.-ie, N ft Don't M Tn to Buy ! Wc just ask you to see and examine this range before purchasing : : : : ijll iii v St. Louis Furniture Co. bo eliminated until progressive far mers frown It out ot existence, or tho John A. McOlure merchant educates his customer a Director Srd Initltute District long better and more modern busl Issuo of tho Courier of Fob. uess lit tho lines. Gth, wo referred to a lack ot encourThis Inferior stock going Into our agement for the farmers In tho vicentral markets Is ono of thu causes cinity of Hickman in thu matter of ot dishonest commission merchants; producing vegetables and small f rults i it gives them a chance to discount for Uio homo market. That nrtlcle tho good with thu bad and tho honest was not written In u spirit of ad and, scrupulous producer Is tho sufverso criticism, nor In disparagement ferer. It Is these unbuslness-Ukof any particular merchant and his methods that have caused tho fruit methods, but from a sincere desire growers ot California, Georgia, Wash for tho progress of both this und of Ington aud New Jersey to form fruit Fulton count); and Uio City of Hick- growers' associations and pool their man. Their Interests Jiro lmitunlnud products when shipped to central Uio prosperity of tho farmer Is remarkets; aud It has been tho flected iu his purchasing center, be ot theso practices that is City. causing It Hickman, Fulton or Union o tho dairy Interests that Thu tbreo cities mentioned are rivour largo .cities to unite their als, and tho most enterprising and interests for pure and unadulterated liberal ouo of them will appeal to thu milk ' and butter, and woo to tho ' watchful farmer from n cuumierclal dairyman or orchardlst that foists nil ouo shall It bo? Inferior package upon any of theso standpoint. Which No doubt soiuo of your rural friends associations, for tho first offence ho tucked their thumbs Into tho is warned, for tho second ho Is disof their vesta and congratulated missed; ho goes forth among his hon thenisolreti that at last somebody est associates with tho mark of Cain bad Uio hardihood to say what they upon his brow. This practice is dishad had on their minds for a long- covered by a prlvato mark upon each time; patted their breast In figura- package which betrays thu dishonest tive adulation of the honesty hidden ono and traces him to his orchard behind tho Jumpers that encased or dairy. heurtH bubbling over with laudable It pays to bo honest; to bo honest deslro it they wero glvou half a Is building upon a rock. To practice chancer. dishonesty, is to build upon tho sand. 'Squlru Dickinson, now dead, hut This article Is not written with a well aud fuvorably known when liv "holler than thou" Incentive, but to ing, remarked to the wrltor at oilu Umo, that small apples gravltato toward tho center ot tllo barrel; his loglu was tills; that Inferior goods, bo they upples, strawberries, potaBOND SUBDIVISION toes, tomutocs aud many other proot tho farm uro always hidden ducts Finest in Hickman beneath superior und saleable fruit and vegetables; bud buttor encased In a veneer of fresh and sweet, and Will soon have 18 bouses still other dairy products that thu in it. Lots are going like vendors do nut attempt to disguise, hot cakes. Let me sell you and which aro a libel on an honest a lot or a house and lot on dairy animal, bo she scrub or thorThis Is your easy terms. oughbred. chance to own a home. Do to handle Our morcliauts hesitate not put it off or you will tho article but it is offered by a good I have never have one. purchasing customer uud they daro houses to rent. See me at not rotuso for fear that the other the Oil Mill Office, fellow will tako tho vlllanous product, Ions, and securo tho cusoven at rt Phone No. 7, or 173 tomer. Much of this Inferior produce Is brought to market because thu uior chant will buy or trada for It, it Is a lamo system that has boon foisted upon us by our forbears and will not EQUITY SHOULD BE MUTUAL. .' en-irarm-holes bring home to tho ono that Is guilty tho convlctlou that it does not pay to foist inferior products upon the merchant or consumer, although there may io no prlvato mark upon your packages, Uie ono or tho other will discover tho perpetrator. Let us wako up to Uio fact that it Is often our own faults that tho merchant does not pay us what wo think nn equitnblo price for our products and that ho goes to othor markets for his goods. When wo "show him" that wo aro growing superior fruit nnd vegetables; are. bringing No. 1 dairy products to Hickman, I believe ho will uppreclato It, and savo freight by buying at homo. Don't all commence doing bettor at onco as shocks aro sometimes fatal. Don't get mad; its an indication that you are hit. You can't throw a brick Into a crowd without hlttlug soiuo one, and tho ouo that Is hit cannot conceal tho fact thnt ho Is hurt. To sum up, let us nil make for a more progressive county and a thriving city. Dy this means wo will benefit ourselves, our children and keep thu merchants in a good humor. Into the Subsoil. We havo concluded to make two classes for the corn contest; tho second class will Include boys and young men botweon thu ages of 1G aud 20. To be fair, both classes will bo separate nnd distinct and thu premiums otfored to bo tho sumo In each class. Wo aro making for bettor corn and corn yields lu Fulton county. Fall In lino and help. Address us H. F, D. No. 3. wife of Hov, II. J. Gelger ot the Episcopal Church, who was taken to Ilaltlmoro for medical treatment, was operated on last Mrs. Gelger, Thursday and latest advices are to tho effect that sho Is resting well. Tho operation was a dangerous ono, nnd was performed by Dr. Howard Kelly. v Power" Over Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him falls to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. ? t G. B. BOND 0 Thero aro so mo old buildings In this (own that should bo coudomued by our city fathers ouo of them Is north of tho Courier offico. It will cither tako some uurvo on thu part of tho city council or a good firo to do what needs doing with them. Thuy aro a menaco to civic pride a gob of tar In tho center of a flno painting. '-0 charging conspiracy to Indictments ralso prices on foodstuffs contrary to tho public good, against all officials of tho National Packing Company so-called beef trust wero presented to Judge Swayzo In tho Supreme Court ot Hudson county, N. J., In Jersey City, last week. Six firms and twen Individuals wero Indicted. o Covvg ill's Drug (Incorporated) Store WORKING ON ROAD, J. llurper enmo homo from Tiptorn ill". Monday, and Informed n Courier man that the contrnct for the first ten mites of tho now railroad from Tlptonvllle building this wfty hod been let. And furthermore that the work of grading Is now going on and hns been slncu otto day Ml -- v ft Hickman Furniture Company FURNITURE AND WBU Inml week. raff Mi$ this much may bo taken for Heretofore wo hnvo'not nnu fact. much fultli In similar reports, So Just whnt the plans of this com pany are, wo hnvo been unnt1y to learn. It Is, to say tho lrnsti singu lar that they should let the contract for only ten miles of the new lino. This extension will bring them up within a short distance of the Fulton county lino, but will avail Ijttlo or nothing unless extended. If, up to or uvon this time, any right option, hns been secured lu Fulton county, wo liavu failed to of It. Wo hnvo It on good authority that somo troublo will be experienced In this in procuring the county. Somo will give the land re quired; others will want pay for It right-of-way ' UNDERTAKERS' First-Clas- GOODS Good at a price that is within roach of everyone. Our goods are new and strictly s When in need of anything in our line it pay you to call and look over our stock. We are always pleased to show our goods whether you buy or not. We are here to accomodate the public. We Can Save You Money r Some folks on tho other end of the line nru saying that lllckimui Is not going to glvo anything to secure tho new road. wbtiro Messrs. ,, . What wo would like to know U thcr cot this Information Peacock, Harris and otnorsT HICKMAN (Inrprats4) FURNITURE CO. EE REEVES, Manager ; ' Copyright Hut Schitfncr ii Mm Hickman has never been asked to give anything on this proposition. A' bout a year ago Mr. hattu and Mr Itlco, the former now being presl dent of tho new organization, came to Hickman and submitted n proposition, asking us to give a bonus of (IU.000. This was not turned down by our people, but owing to the fact sure to be delighted with the new YOU'RE we shall show you in our new spe- cial suits now arrived from Hart Schaff ner & Marx Desi; as .'11 certainly nothJ for the style and tailoring in these clothes, there's .1 .1 weve ever seen; me weavers nave certainly done tneir 1 1 The new grays and pattern blues are the most attractive things done, our Tlptnmilto friends will do well to withhold reports concerning Hickman's action In the matter. Itumors emanating from that .neck of the woods to the effect 'that Tlptonvllle I going to get the Mongol that there had never been a survey factory from lllckmnn, and the now roado locating the route. It wns next road will build nrount, etc.. Is all . to Impossible to raise the funds silly Tommy-roti O when no assurance could be given as to whore the road would run or who Miss Marvel Phelps, a beautiful It would benefit. Pending some dofl-nlt- and talented young ladr of Fulton, action In th matter, Mr. A. A. was married WwInosdiiynlclit-tl.ec Farls, who started to to tho solicit, Nourso. n well known young .railroad ing, postponed tho solicitation of nan of Jnckson, Tent;. 'The- - ceresubscriptions. In the meantime, tho mony was solemnized nt tho home company chnnged Its plans, and of the brldo'w grandfather, Col. I. (J naturally expect somo chance Felts, only the Immediate family beIn tho original. ing present. H , O When a proposition Is submitted to our people, wo will know whnt to Host flour on tho market. Hotter-wortexpect not before. So until (hi Is Prathor. Hick-nianlt- I'P to 1907 th. overpaying tho the malls about fi. year by tho rn. rr , .a V 3 -- f . , , In cslpiilntlHg th- - r., malls were wrtekt( f C; and then the six Instead of dally BVorniM. Was JOlHll-- toti by . " .J 1. 1 B.n l.v v. out Munlock, the Ihmjc from Its loadsrs. r. tho error, although r.. -- ,j flclt In the KMHofrti ' 0 m The Alexander Is no longer a Mtiifapanics (1, II. I ami K ' ment. Illinois Nat lor ,n t. ed on spiflat train M pnny K of Cairo ji 1 C ftr h duly. ing left to be desired. Every fabric we offer in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes is strictly all wool ; you 11 find even the light summer weight goods than if they more comfortable to wear because they're were part cotton. We want to have you wear these clothes ; we shall best serve you by getting you into them. Any day now we're ready to p show you the finest clothes made. all-wool Jin Easter Suit j Here's a sensible proposition H - ' RE RnJ5 to buy a Spring Suit nn Enster Suit and you naturally want one that'll fit, keep its shape andsntisfy, nnd no matter who you arc "there's a limit" to what you will pay. You have to choose between the hand-me-dow- --18.50 to 25.00 Suits Medium priced good wearing suits 10.00 to 15.00 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner 6c Marx clothes. ready-mad- e SMITH & AMBERG DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED LUXURIES VS. NECESSITIES. NOTICE. All members of tho Poplar (irovu Cornetary Association nro notified to meet at Poplar Grove church for tho purpose of electing officers for the, ensuing year Saturday, March 12th', ut y o'clock a. in. All person's that are Interested in gucssfit of thr auit from the tailor who "soaks or you've the cash customer to make up his losscs on the "dead-beat,- " got to come to us. n store, the high-price- d Now, what's the answer? t - -- v A bling sound or lmporfcct hearing and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless tho can be taken out anj this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nlno cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars freo. F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thero 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 th lu tube Is Inflamed you bnve a rum- The tariff duty on (1,000 worth of 1,000 diamonds Is 9100 while on worth of shirt it Is IG01.C0. Tariff duty on J 1,000 worth of champagne Is $500 while on $1,000 worth of blankets It Is J1.C15.42. Tho duty on $1,000 worth of paintings or statuary is $200, on $1,000 of sugar it Is $788.70. The tariff duty on $l,00(r of Jewelry is $C00 while on $1,000 worth of dross goods it 's 1 1,052.1)2. These are a few samples of how the necessities of tho poor pay more tax than the luxuries of tho rich. 11. We'll make you a suit give you hundreds of spring fabrics to select from make it a perfect fit hangrigltt, look right and be right. The suit we'll make you will' cost less than orcinary (not ma.' "store slothes,'' will have the advantage of being seven or eight months ago) nnd will equal the garment that the up-to-da- te " d tho cemetery are Invited, U. II. Throlkold, Pros. " , high-price- J. W. Mallow, Seo'y. O tailors "tax you" double the price for. ' ' No honest man, wo care not how much ho may bo opposed to thw county unit bill, can have the proper respect for tho fellow who will promise his people to vote for the bill lu order to bo elected to office, and Now, what's the answer? To settle the question, put it up to us "to make good." Drop m Take Hall's Family Pills for Two weeks will bo allowed the Indicted directors of the Nutlonul Packing Company In which to appear for pleading to a true bill of conspiracy found against them by the HudHon county grand Jury in Jersey City. Twenty-on- e indictments were returned against tho leading Chicago puckers and others. The penalty is three to fire ysurg lu th federal prison. then violate that promise after his 11. Sanders, who beats tho band selling Swaun hats, was hero from election. Ex. at CaruthcmvHlo, this rock. A consignment of Missouri grown Hurley tobacco reached Harris I'arks and wife, of Ilcssle, were the guests of Hickman rolatlves Lexington last week and caused considerable discussion over the possl. first of the week. bio competition of tobacco growing. The vernal equinox or the spring Miss Ilia Koycr, who Is teaching ut season of tho ycur Is dated Jo buglu Stubbs school houso, spent Saturday March 21. and Sunday with Miss Nannlu Moth-ony- . W. II. Sprudlln was here first of the week from Union City Ed Jones was hero from Moscow, Take your produce to C. H. Moore. Tutwduy, on business. high-class any dny and select your pattern, and you'll wear the best spring suit ' you ever got inside of. Yours very truly, 'jt t BRADLEY & PARHAM CHURCH MATTER8. WHO'S YOUR FRIEND 1 Don't Pay Too Much DriKjs , for Your imro omk hooka with mualo In thorn? inquired a atraiiRnr. "Docan't tho churches of Illckmnn find Medicines ,y too little. One , hsh ns the other. tf n3 rcnsonnble price, paJ, l' , i,cr economize in ys tlinn buy medi-in- f rthcr ,t is not right in pure to be not it price I junlity. nght . . - & Ellison' depend on the you ' being positively goo nght ... our nolid policy insures the price a!wn ,t Helm 1 oncoarid not auhatltutea. Another thing Thcro wan no erldcncn Hint im. one imd. Tho only hooka in .. i.n.i in mo niltllonco Wcro tlioan hnvlnif tho nppenrnnco of a Volume of poema moro limn tone hookn. It la a m(. tako to glvo a conRrt'cntlon llmm. hooka and atoro a load of Dookm contalnliiB Imlh worda nn,l inualc away in tho "Anion corner." urraiiMi tho choir Ifarna In alnir n hymn without watchlnc tho mn.io u no aiKti that tho conirrpirnllon la fn miliar with II. On the contrary, ao many new onia nro bclne anruntr nnl old famlllnr aoiiRa neglected that tho chtirch-Koeflnda ho doean'a know murh about cither kind. Hence tho need of HONO HOOKS In tho audi half-woRo- n r Who sympathized with you when your lltllo girl was sick? Was It Soars & Roebuck? Who carried you last winter when you wero out of if Job and hod no money? Was It Mont gomcry, Ward & Co, or was It your homo merchant? When you want to rnlso money for church or somo needy person, do you wylto to tho Fair Store In Chlcngo or do you co to your homo merchant? How much does Selgle, Cooper & Company glvo die nnd tho nocdlo ran Into her body and could not bo found. Just tho other day It wns discovered com ing out of tho arm of a vonne man who was keeping company with her nt tho time of tho accident. Wo do not know how the needlo was recog nlzed ns tho same one unless by tho expression of Its eye. How It cot from the young lady's waist to tho yobng mnn'B arm Is n mystery that baffles science MATTRESS W. FACTORY. Ln.iheXeacl I O. Reynolds, of Union City, -- ASK FOR RATES- and H. L. Andrews, of Polk, have formed a partnership for tho manu WOODLAWN DAIRY, tncturo of mattresses and have suc A. H. Leet, Prop. ceeded H. IJ. Horner, buying his mat tress plant located In tho old II, P. Best of Milk and Butter delivered. Hawkins, or walker Opera Houso Homo Phone No. 27. These gentlemen will occupy tho lower floor of tho building, and It, McMURRY- - A FLAT H. Carman and W. It. Andrews will Attorneys-at-Labo associated with them In operating -- OOffice over Hickman Drug Company tho factory and conducting tho work Hickman, Ky, March 3, 2010: Tho Hickman City Mr, Carman Is known to bo ono of tho finest mattress makers, and tho BETTERSWORTH 4. PRATHER ffow Concern Is destined to bo a Groceries 'great success nnd nn entorprlso that is worth having. Union City Com City' Delivery; both phonos No. 38. '.'Best of Everything" mercial. O Business Directory bcm,?r pn price httoo. Helm & Ellison's get Helm & Ellison quality and you willaltt.iva be right. .ul Kver aee an many "rubber necka" anywhere aa aro at church Sunday morning? If you nro one of them. and Jtmt numt ae what Mm. Hnnn.1 So haa on, better tnke n aeat near the rear of tho houao where alio miiat necdi pnaa before you for In- apectlon. There aro a fow thlnga of Church etiquette church goers ahnuld learn Hrat be on time. Tnnllnewi Ih not pleaalng to Rod nnd It illnturbs the peace of the minister nnd peoplo Second If Inte, never pass up the alalo during prayer or Scripture read POR Ing. It dlatracta tho mind of thoae who with to learn and worship (jod Third If the sermon has begun, tnko - ti new and sec tome n aeat near the door though you bo 'L . Ir;n Roofing, Locuit at borne." It la anything but gra- P:;", l., 1c, Pipe, Shoveh, cloua to Interrupt tho mlnlatcr when F.r3 itz mi and Cement clIverltiR the meaaage he haa so carefully prepared. He Fourth til v- - - sell cheap. thoughtful for the comfort of othors. , t Oil Mill. Take the Itmlde or pew and leant all vacant apace at tho end of tho nlale. Fifth Uao tho hymn book and lllblo Richmond & Bond Co. If the church haa them. It will mako the servlco moro profitable to you. Share them with your neighbor If he boa none. Sixth Never "put on your coat wraps during tho closing hymn. IRON PENCE It la most Irapollto. Sovonth lnvo the church reverently and meditate Made by on what haa been said. Talking nnd Inn WtfkiC., visiting either before or after tho wiDtinneil. u. I che per, than wood- service la not a good wny to draw-nea- r nd tut forto Rod. Uoda' House must be rr,ti kept sacred. Lastly Cut out these suggestions, rend them, paste them In the lllblo or Hymn Hook, and STEWARTS all practice them. Iron , Iron aetUta ! wwiwin ana uwrai. Thoro are many other tilings that might be aald that would benefit both church nnd member, but this will do for a starter. Helm & Ellison if you want to be recognized amoner your friends and nfTniirilntnnrw! oc the race If you want to be ahead in SALE: V- a uooq uresscr. there is no better way than to have your clothes made to your order by MUSTEK. Ty.IlOWsl whose exclusive agency we have. The Spring line comprising over five hundred latest novelties in woolens is now on display. Call and sec it. I tewarfs E. R. ELLISON Easter March 27th COTTON & ada::: tho Saturn Club? During his absenco Plumber and Tlnnera ho will draw tho regular salary, and Go Anywhere for Business tho lieutenant governor will also Phono No. 73. draw the same amount for acting In his stead. Kentucky will thus ho paying two governors nnd only havo A. E. KENNEDY ono. This Is tho second trip tho Fire, Life and Accident Insurance'' governor has made during tho presBest Companios on Earth ent session of tho general assembly. Phone No. CI. Tho assertion has been made, and no doubt can bo verified, that Uio COURIER REALTY COMPANY present governor hag stJent moro Phone No. 21 tlmo In traveling outside the Stato Will sell that placo and got you an In tho last two years than did all other. No business, no pay. the others who preceded him in 20 years. Stato Journal. HICkMAN CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmert. Tho pastmastcr general Is raising Phono 20, night or day. a big to do on account of tho fact Hickman, Ky. that tho government' Is losing money carrying second class mall matter at DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. the present rate of postage. The Denti- stgentleman seems to loso sight of tho Davidson's old stand. Phono No. 2. fact that tho express companies car, ' Hickman, Ky. ry matter cheaper than tho government and make money by doing so. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP e Tho trouble with the National (Hunzlkera Old Stand) department Is that It pays the Lowest prices for horseshoeing. railroad companies a sum for haulWood and Iron Work. ing tho mall that Is clear out of proportion with the amount of work done. Carlisle County News. post-offic- quetlast night and address, today, Why should tho taxpayers of Ken tucky pay Governor Wlllson sixteen dollars a day to go to Duffalo and mako a speech nt Harvard Club Dan B. S. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Let me figure with you. Hickman,' Ky, -- OooooooooooooOo o CU izi thrnwlow yiHm' will rar. R. L. GRAY, Agent ' - - T - Ity. , OooooooooooooOo Ac M. TYLER Attsrney I at Law o o i J new located at Padu. can, but will continue to prac lice m the courts of Fulton county and will be In Hickman tvtry t- -i and 4th Monday. " am o o o o o 9ioooooooooooO towards keeping up tho sidewalks or paying tho minister's salary? When you wns sick how many nights did l.arkln Soap Company sit up with you? When your loved one died was It your homo merchant that O dropped the tear of sympathy and uttered tho cheering word or wjis It 11. K. Ilrlce, who recently moved & Co? Field Patronize from Troy, Tenn., to God's country, Marshall wait ii pleasant caller at thla office homo merchnnts nnd homo Tuesday, When hard pressed he reluctantly admitted that he was t brother of Editor Ilrlce of the Doubtless mnny of our readers r but that It was havo read of tho caso wbcro a wo was not his fault. Mr. Ilrlce Is man ran a needle In her finger nnd farming some of Fulton county's bot- nbout twenty years later It worked tom land and thinks a plow was nev Its way through her big too. Wo er stuck In better soli. .While here havo been told of a more wonderful ho delivered two thoroughbred Poland caso still. Thrco years ago a cer China glltM, eight mouths old, to V. tain pretty school tencher living in A. Johnston, for which ha received mi adjoining county made, tho mis- 150.00. tako of pinning hor bolt with a nee- Un-CltNows-Ilanne- fLDOUGHS SHIS SHOES of Wlnco. wns bore week. Mr. Frost Is men tioned by some as a probable candi date for Stato Senator from this dis trict. Ho has a number of friends hero who would bo glad to sou him In tho rnco. And It goes without saying that ho would mako a good one, too. 4 O moved his of- Gonldcr Johnson has flco from tho Temple of Truth building to tho Hlckmnu Hank, where ho will hereafter hang out. Tho office vacated by him will bo occupied by Uio Leo Lino agent, Mr. Mitchell. O V A. Kroat. flrst'of tho Judge D. L. D. Guffy, ono of tho most prominent figures In Southwestern Kentucky for half a century, passed away at his homo at Morgan-towSunday. In 1891 ho was the nominee for Attorney General of Kentucky on tho People's Party TickCouncil has at last condemned sover-n-l et. Ho returned again to the Repubfire-tra- p oftthd old; .dilapidated, lican party In 1893 and In 1894 ho bulltlliigs In tho heart of the city, defeated Judge Reeves, Democrat, to which will bo roplaced by modern tho Appellate Bench. Bcforo his term business houses. They have also or- expired ho was promoted to Chief dered folks to quit obstructing Vhe JusUco. streets with wood, barrels, old buggies, chicken coops, etc. Tbey havo extended tho city limits where they Fred M. Caso has purchased a ought to bo; and nro now figuring on half Interest In the grocery store of making n fow herctoforo privileged his father, V. E. Caso, and will now characters get busy and build side- get down to business. Tills is ono of walks, as advocated by this paper in tho oldest establishments In Hickman and tho fact that Fred has beon thoear of our. Lord, 1910.' brought up in Uio business should O make-hla thoroughly practical man, Alec Dames nnd family havo mov- tho greatest essential to success. ed into their Ibeautlful now homo In This married llfo makes a man get Southern Heights Addition. right down to business, doesn't It, -- Oold man? O pearl handlo knife. I.OST: Hownrd. Ueturn to this office lp It is reported from Washington that thore Is llttlo doubt but that Arizona will bo given statehood at this session of Congress, and that Mark Smith, formerly of Kentucky, will bo Its first United States Son- ntor. Order now n, The Courier costs only one o dollar a year or less than 2 o cents per week. Are you a o subscriber ? It la too cheap o to either steal or borrow. Sub o scribe today. Your money re- I o funded. If not satisfied I 1 o o o o. o o. o OooooooooooooO Wa Buy FURS Hide Feathers, Tallow. Beeawax,' Ginseng, Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), May Apple. Wild Gtnier, nuDiitnnj ate. we are aeaiera; Loulivllle" In half! century In and can do belter for you than agents Reference, any 1856-"- 0k Wool or commlitlon merchant!. lilt and BanklnLouUtllle, Write for weekly price Ihlpplng tags, M. 229 E. Market St, Sabol & Sens, KY. LOUISVILLE, - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. . O a year of very high prices. Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard and a fow other things will be too high to uso. However, If you should uso any of these you will find ours of the very best quality and at prices 5 por cent lower than elsewhere. Hickman Grocery Co. 1910 will be O fugGEST .... ww MAKER AND RETAILER .L - win ham?! in nlco work mules. r,ii,,.lnir In nrlro I1H0 tho tuilr. UP: some horses, Including a good saddlo horse. On Jan. 1st time, noio t per Willis Wilson Is agent for the O. K. Laundry, Fulton, Ky. He will call for your lauudry Monday or Tuesday afternoon. Phono 19, or leave your laundry at his headquarters Fuqua, Helm & Co's. store. O FINE SHOES IN THFWIlRin MAKES." . I ' sr V ''TO WI . .nd OTHER !" ti. i . . cent, mortglago or personal security, Can bo seen nt Btanrs uiauio, ii. u. 34tfo Itogers, Hickman. O I for the BLUB MAIIK on abl lt, W.Q.JONE8. Utlca. N. Y. " I toul I i.l? How"' the uppor right hand corner of your In, mr fc- - Courier, u Is to notify you that your i uw ... , , "" mail, ana mow you subscription la about to expire. No A!" "?u,.J why they hold papora aro sent out after tho sub- 1 b','er' ww loner nd w out "luo ln any other make. acrlpuoa tilv O .,l.lourtuMiiieaiKtlr f lalm i .il..llli,lr ,U "?ou villi W I.DoiulMtliori, r W. A. Dodds Is on tio program-fo- r . u. VtMt un address before tho Iletall LumA S- ber Healers Association which meets . The In Memphis, March 8 and mibject o' "Is address Is "What It .. Mil Costs to Soil Lumber." " Fnaian file Ointment, will o UewMnK and Itching Pile k ih Mrs. 8. M. Nalfeh spent Sunday lit tumors, allaya ltchlns it ;rl'3 as a poultice, give In- - Union City, tho guest of her t William' Mrs. Tarns. Pile Ointment O fPru for and itchll Prttar parUi SolJ by UruegUtlli If vour groceries have not proven IW. .. u l Wllllama' MfK.Co., entirely satisfactory try tradliiK with Ohio. 0. H. Uooro. Watch Und they arc far Tho Congressman who wishes that ho "cannot live comfortably on COO a year," cau mako a big bit by giving somebody elsu a chauce to try It, anyway. Red Turkeys. Rhode Red Eggs from Red Chlckons $1 for 15. Write for prlcu of turkeys. Mrs. G. 11. Threlkeld, Slate I.luo, IMayp Ky. Bourbon Chickens. O 't'Jr. "'" 'W 1 'fr8 ''! BAHKETT au gmnd-mothe- very essence of clothes refinement is found in tailoring. They are founded THE beautiful All Wool Fabrics and models on the most and built by the finest experts that money can procure. Trains wore compelled to stop In East Hickman, Sunday, on uccount of a trestle being out of line between hero and tho Junction. O Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mlnnlo Scearco, Plaintiff, against Myia Scearce and Zoma Scearco, defendants. By virtue ot a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho January term, thereof, 1910, In the abovo cause, for wl'h Interest at the the sum of per cent, per annum from rate of 19 day of until paid, the and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Houso door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Uio 14th day ot March, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day), upon a credit of six mouths, the following described property, Ninety-fou- r acres lying cast of and adjoining lot No. 5 In tho division of tho lands In tho action In Fulton couu-- . ty Court of Robert L. Scearco et ul, t'galnst A. K. Scearce, otc, being par' i of tho NW and NE Quarters, Sue. 35, T. 2, R. 4 W., same being deeded to Albert S. Scearco by A. O. Holmes, Special Commissioner In said case; also a Mi undivided Interest In 85 acres In tho NW U of Sec. , R. 4, W., and being same 34, T. land owned by W. C. Scearco nt tho time of his death. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of monoy so ordered to bo made. For tho purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having tho force and effect of a Judgment, Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. J. R. MILNER. Com. to-wl-t: Schmidt has tho swollest lluo of prlug samples you over laid your eyes on, From JIG to 40. O NOTICE TO PUULIC i.ei Millet & Alexander Parties who owo tho Hickman Furniture Co. accounts that aro duo will Horn , Sunday morning, to tho wife please call aud settle at oucu. Wo of II. A. Moore, a 12 Vi pound baby wish to close the old books at ohm. iU. K. REEVKS, Mgr. boy. Stalk Gutter THE BEST MADE Exactly like this picture. There's never been a better one put on the market has our positive guarantee. ' islftisBBli 8TEPHENS I'oBtmasler J T. Stephens has been officially notified of his ns postmaster of Hickman for another four years. Tho ronflrmn Una of the appointment wns nimlo by (ho Senate on February 18th. Mr. Htrphen has held this pmd Hon for I!) years, his first appointment having been m.vlo tinder the administration of Chester A. Arthur In I8S3. but ho missed eight years during tho term of (Irover Cleveland With this exception, ho hns served continuously since 18S.1 During his iv yenrs service bo has been a fnlthful nnd nccmnmodntliiK official Jno. A. Mc CI ii re inndo mime effort to get Me appointment this (line, glv Ing ns his reason for ileslrlnc to sue reed tho present Incumbent Hint 19 years wns long onotigh for one mnn to hold this Job down. Our genial iwstmastor now begins term, which another four years' when completed, will be n total of went)Mhreo years. Tho only fault wo can find with J. T. Is his politics In a I other mat ters ho Is a good Democrat nml n splendid follow. O F. E. CASE & Staple and SON Fancy Grocerie 3 OUR STOCK IS COMPLirn: AND WE GUARANTEE SATISRC. TION. GIVE US A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE Mrs. Carrie. Ilucu. wlfn of Jnlm W Ilugg. near Shllob, died Tuesday night nt 12 o'clock nt tho homo' of Rural Mall Carrier Henry llrnzcll. In North Clinton, after less than a weex's illness of pneumonia A Missouri newspaper sent out the live stock editor to write tip Comet A. Ho reported It to be "nbout 17 hands high, with white mane nnd tall. YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN " ATTENTION I FULTON KEEPS PLANT , KENT: A house on Troy avenue, near College, recently occu pled by Judgo W. A. Naylor. V. A FOR Veterans of Forrest Cavalry. -- Hnry F uiu. i , PRICE If you $27 (INCORPORATED.) AT CAYCE. i VIEW OF COMET MAY 8. Headquarters of Forrest Cavnlry. Fulton Msnufi,, Dodds. i 37c during the Mobile April turvrs irf whip 27th and 2Sth will be. In a sKirtlng hocmIi v FOR SALB: No. 1 good work horse, 2Clh. cow and fine Poland China hour. O. store rooia, on first floor, of Until ed n vary flan loontu In DyrmlHiTL T. Meacham, Hickman. 35p House. !. i All Yeturatis are . requested to call that ho had FOR SALB: flood work mare, coming A. J. June's, Cny- - nnd rsglster nnd secure bailees, An- fer awl tb plant ce, Ky. asp nual election of Co'nimandarlnGhlof prwient lowtiun i at 10 I l Some men marr ticmtftin ilm will be held at headquarter wlso thing. Others have no bettor o'clock n. in. the 27th. Kvcry mem,RgbU T. Kyi. sense. ber Is re ues ted to bo presunL rvstdints Hf Kuic Try our "Whlto Frost Flour." II. A. TYI.KIt, Kt. (Jon. Com'ndg. the home of lii. L'oltersworth k. Prathert . Forrest Cavalry Corps. Youny. at Fun. O' to i!nwy Farmers in tho lower bottom are -- y plowing. NOTICE W. it Dr C. sunuay. Curlln went to Memphis pay less you can't possibly get the best. inn, )(y Hickman Hardware Co. Hickman Independent Telephone Co.npmy. IJallow, IL U Hollow, A. L. (Dutch) Hallow, J. W. to 6- -1 Ji Hallow, W. C 1G0 I, tho undersigned, will appear before tbo lionorable Hoard of Prison Commissioners of KontuokyVnt their W office In Frankfort nt Its nexl rctu lar meeting nnd present and nsk for tho parole of one. Will John son, scut from Fulton County and now confined at the 11 ranch nt Kddyvlllo, Ky., chareged with murder. 35-VAL. CARPENTUIt L Fount-tentlar4 i LAUNDRY K LEAVE Bradley & Parham's Daskfl lMi'-fr- r Tuesday rPe' HAPPENINGS sweep near our snhero during Mrs. Llzzlo Johnson is on tho sick first months of tbo year, will bo the 38 Uettorsworth & Prathcr an 3 1V4 Uonthol. W. D list. Interesting celestial object as as (Two Lato for Last Week.) Tho Halley comet, scheduled 63 54 34 force of men and 100 head of mules arrhed by boat this week near Slough They will relies. inforce tho Kovernmeiit IcvtHi beginUct, ning at that point and coming this lies. way. lies. A big BcjtWork LowotPnco ....Store Save 5 on your Grocery Biil Miss Pearl Johnson is on tho tick list this week. . Mrs. Lula Hooves entertained tho Ladles Aid Society Tuesday. ' . stunt m Gordon Rico was doing a society Moscow Sunday night,' Miss Jessie Wall entertained tho newly weds last Saturday evening, Misses Suo and Kuby Hamer wero tbo guests of Miss UcsbIo Johnson Tuesday night. Miss Myrtlo Burnett, of McKenzIo. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charllo uondurant tills week. 1 "Tho Tickling Society" met at tho homo of the JIsslcs Johnson and was ruurcuuizuu ouiuruuy evening. Mrs. Alice Mencese was called to Our coupon system It being hearti- Pulton to attend the bedside of Miss ly endorsed by everyone. This It Susie Nounan who Is very low. evident from the Increase In our busl-netMrs. Fannie Johnson was, called to Moscow this week to attend tho bed And why? Because It sldo of her mother who Is very low. s. SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. COST OF PAUPER IDIOTS. lato Juno 9th, when It will begin to from our view on Its and mysterious destiny Tho most fulsome dntn recorded of this great luminous heavenly tramp was first recorded in 1769 by Prof. Halley, of Oxford College, England. tuo nearest recent visit was 76 years ago. In 1835, and now after 75 years It Is with us again. This proves that It is Tin established astronomical 'au tocrat, having Its destined Journeys to perform along an open orbit, a that appears never to have been contested or obstructed by any omor uouy, cither fixed or transl lory. Tiio Halley comet this, year will first bo vlslblo In tho Kast before the rise of tho sun on Mny 8th at about 2 o'clock, a. m. Kentucklans who arc able to pull thomsulves loose from tho "goose hair" will get a good view of It about one hour later. It will pass near Pollux In Jemlnl June 9th. after Its con (una Hon with tho sun, when It ought to no nt its greatest brllllnnce as evening star, sotting about 2 Jiours and 30 minutes nfter the sun, nt about mo close or evening twilight. ro-ceg right-of-way res Hubbard, Drs. .office IV Cotton & Adams ..... Shop 29 Curlln, P. D, Dr. . lies. res 32 Creed, John 39 City Mayor's Office lllackford & CONVINCING PROOF OF THE VIRTUE OF Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound What is the use of procrastinating n t' f f. f sjch evidence as the following letters represmt' It ) j area sick woman or know one who is, what sins ' n - have C iyou for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vtb mpound a trial) up Imvn hoon tnJ ' r2 5Jch For 10 virs testimonial letters as these thousands d tl tin -t- hey are genuine and honest, too, every one of them. Airs. S. J. llarhur sayn: Sirs. fJeoreo MnyMp: - 132 Dodds Co., J. Y. 36 Dodds Co., J. F. & 31 Dodds. W. A. 8. 8. U..Offlco U. din Office Uos, Davis, 11. T 39 Dillon, Tom, Sr 33 16 23 Davis. A. W.. Mgr. 133 ,17 Kdwurd, W. A res office .'.re t' 24 Fulton County Court Farmers Gin & Grain Co.. off Ice Fanners & Merchant Ilatik... , Res. shop re 8 Q ray. It, L. 37 Gray, It. I, 22 4 HC1 SU Johnson, W, C 2li King. Norrls m Co.... Of flee Office 48 Hickman Ice & Coal 12 Hickman Packing Co ,10 Helm & Klllson 21 Hickman Courier ...Btoru Office Hickman Grocery Co., 9 Hickman Drug Co Store Tho Statu Auditor reports tho num MRS, ED BROWOER. 20 Hickman Furniture Co her of paupers and Idiots In this dis PAY OULY FOR WHAT VoU trict as follows: Mrs. Kd Ilrowder died Vi,ilni.a)ln v 43 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... office GET. Uallard 4, Caldwell 10, Calloway 25, afternoon nt 4:30 at her home near C7 Hlckmau Wagon Co office MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMIStore uarnsio x, umtoiiuen 16. Fulton C, Palestine Clmrrli. thin mimiv ai.n 11 Hickman Hardware Co CAL. Graves, 22, Hickman It, Livingston 11, had boon afflicted with ennrer for 160 Hubbard St Ulackford. Drs.. office Lyon 7. Murshull 17, McCrackon 11. several months and tho end ramo as m HicKuiau uanic GIVES THE CA8H CUSTOMER Trltre 17. This shows u tntni nr inn a welcome relief from her suffering. 20 Hublard, Dr. J. M res MORE FOR HIS MONEY. pauper Idiots from tho first congres aii mat. mo most sKllirul lick inn ii Joint Stock Co gro In Nashville nml Kniumu niiv 60 sional uuirict which are now kept up SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' by tho State, and which cost tho could do was done for tho sufferer. 30 lilckuiuii Job 8hop SALARY. State dlirlnir tho vuar littis nu fal uui muir oirorts woro of no avull. Mrs. Ilrowder ujik linrn In i7n I.. 33 Kirk. H. II Uallard US TO 8ELL FOR lows ENABLES 30i, Caldwell - J750, grocery uuiowuy ii.TTZ.ou, Carlisle M3125, Now Concord. Cnllnwnv niimiv tK- LESS MONEY. 0 Lvdford & Handle Store Crittenden Sl.082.OG. Fullim M7r. T.lv. Prlor to her marriage, which wnH NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE lngston lliua.88, Lyon IH7&, Marshall, solemnized Oct. 30, 1889, sbu was 27 Loot, A. 11., res CHARGED TO PAYING Miss Magdnllno Kllzaboth auorrant, i. dBi.2o, aicuracKon juuu, TrlKg 2 Moore, Frank 8. one of the belles of her community. Offlco Karly In life she hocninn litn,ilri,i There are sovcrnl more In Fulton YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO county 28 Newtou, Jas. C with tho Methodist church and has that should bo on the list res CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. since lived a devoted chrsltlHii life. 31 Noouon, Joo Co, Jail O The deceased Is mirvlvoil i.u ilur WE CARRY THE BEST LINE dovoted husband and flvo children"; 32 Phelps, Geo JAMES NOMINEE. rel OF GROCERIES AND FRESH Misses. Carrlii. Mat tin I.IHlntt H MEATS IN HICKMAN. Hice. N. L it..y tls uud Gladys Ilrowder, nlso her aged First district Democracy Thursday , SAVES YOU 6 placed for tho fifth time the leader iiiouier. jurs. ni. u. litierrant; her 14 nice, U G Btoro AND AOAIN PER CENT. fluorrant; and sisters", ship of tho party in this end of the brother, Joo Kelley Mrs. It. G. livery ami .Mrs. CalllS 62. Seat & Leggata stato in tho able and cupablo blinds Dowers. TRY IT ONE MONTH Speight, It. H . Res. Tho funeral services WC Til ffiwf n ska 77 Smith & Anibertf of Olllo M. James, of Marlou. for the Store ed by" Ilev. II. J. Russell, at Palestine past seven yunrs representative lu 132 Btahr. Klvls ruB congresH of tho yoomuury of West Church. Interment fnllnulm. in in.. 5 Sudberry W. T. Store church yard whore slfep two of bur Kentucky, whun formal actiou was ciniureii. .Many benutirul 8elf, Tom Hos, floral offertaken by the first congressional dis ings attested the loving esteem In 1 Southern Express Co Office trict commltteo at the Talmer House which sho was held. o -3 Townscud, J. A In declaring Mr. James tbo nominee lies. 4 Townsond, OUs of tbo Democratlo party for tho sUty- Tho Hickman Kurnlhirn lies. (Incorporated) itock the rto&t complete stock of iVA Townsend, James sccond congress. lies. i undertakers goods, Let us show yaw O whun in uettd of Wheeler, L. R k- Thirsty? HHO U whs' yen toe. 39 Wriht, Ud ,...groery 1 7. 11 I had a tumor which tho doctor said would have to bo reuioTcd by nn oiK ratlon or I could not Hvo more than u year, or two. at most, I wrote Mrs. link, ham, nt Lynn. Mass., for advice, and took U bottles of Lydia K. l'luk-has VeKeUbIoComiK)timl,aiid the tumor Is Rone nnd I am a IKirfectly well woman. 1 hoim my testimonial will be of benefit to oth- Mrs. &t J. JJahukk, Scott, m to-d- ay HH hViukiam's Veiro-I table Comxiiml tiutll- V4i lis Hie best world clno In tho and 'It. for women duty 1 feel It my to lot others know tho cood It has done tor me. l"ltlilnklAdlaM . J fr;n r ublcl, l 1! inon My L ki T I11 hf; r Ihreevcarsmro Mrs. E. Fo Ilnycs gays: "I wns under tho doctor's treat ness, iiaia tuoa table Compound, a Itl UM 11 dlsaiH:areil feet health. mid am now in iclota-i- i jv Lydia K. I'ibkl if JtiiM jHiund has U' '1 a I f la re as I U'lleve 1 t' f rMrs. my ifrave if It -i ' ' I flli Ilukham's advi tniicund." I'inklmm'a epi ' v 4'h A"i -- Mrs. (Iroit' i M l'aterson, Ji J Mrs. W. It. Jlnuh Mjt ' ;ire Df? i i l1 mn : f f. r V I' T l t)Tf to of I 1 - bfgn r.' 1 fS- I - E VI - in t 1 ment for n fibroid tumor. I suffered with pain, nortu , r lint J, , iuf-- ; and could not walk or stand on. l'Inkliftiii for vice, followed her Jdlroutlons and took Lydln 11 Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound. y I am a well woman, tho tumor was expelled nnd mv wholo Bystem 8troiitheiied. I ndvlso nil women who nro afflicted with tumors or fomalo troubles to try Lydia K. llnkham'a Vewtablo Cotniound." Mrs. E. 1 Uayki, 1800 Wnshlugton Bt., Uoston, Mass. adTo-da- blontitiff. M foot any wrote to Airs. my leiiRthof time. 1 .nfa." m IV 7 11' K. Ett-W- e tin- ' U DV 42 Hccatiso your one, doctors good, do note ' is- n .1 y ' 1 , 43 clnblo t'omK'r tl " n hns cured maryt siichasltillauiu i ilaccnu'iitH, tit outplvlncl )'( lartlf f -- r aietljS. ' m,(l , irrf f 62 4- " 36 f For.'IO years liydla Compound Has been tliu Htandard rcminly for female Ills. So sick woman does Jinmco herself who will not try this famous medicine-Madexclusively front roots ami herbs, ana lias thousands or cures to its credit Mrs. l'inkham btTltos all sick women PsjF to write her for advleo. She luw s KUhUd thniisMiids te health free of Mrs. riskiiMH, Lyuu. Moss. e arlties.iwrlodlci K. lliiUliam' VenMablo ( Mk, chart,"-AdOres- a r that I am now sole I desire to inform my friend proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I nm now selling genuine Notice 4.75 A TON Heard On the Streets H. T. Besle, Notary Public, at W, A. Dodds Lumber Office. i Now Showing Spring Goods A complete stock of brand new spring goods already opened and ready for inspection. Most of our goods was bought before the advance orf cotton fabrics of all kinds, therefore we are in a position to save you money. Nice Dress Ginghams, the best, per yard.. Col. A M. Tyler was hero from atiucah, Monday, atlondlng court. Chai. Travll nnrrhaiort Recvet' mill Tuesday. $2.00 P. V. Pittsburg Coal My Wo can save you from S1.00 to a thousand on your shingles. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co, Hickman. Our old friend W. A. Illnshaw Is nblo to bo up nnd about his business ngaln aft-- a hard spell of pneumonia r office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciatedjwhether large or small. A. A. CRoTCHFIELD NEWS. 1 FARIS Mrs. W. I). Hutchinson, of Martin. returned homo Im Friday. Sho waH called hero by tho death of tho Infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Townsend. It' SO CnHV n mnltlir fnr nnv tn'nn to bo woll dressed these' days that there s no excuso for not belnc so. If you wnnt to know how, Just look nt the Hnrt Schaffner & Mnrx clotlws nt Smith & Amborg's. Percales, all new patterns, per yard Hope Bleached Domestics, per yard. 3& yards long, Fine Lace Curtains, pair. NEW SHIPMENT OF .1.50 k spent u. km Sunday hi J is on lliu Improving tick lUi after uu moth- u in , . ml da)S. , Ltury Ulted her k . t ., i, , i .. ai this writing. ana wife spout 1, liauk UuslU'. i a ti'if Cayce. uiKjrtcU very low ot una witu Mpvut i.vu.u ul Mrs. Dora Mur- .j : i v. Suuudorii, u It i - . I. l It , ut sister, spent ut near rii mensuro to creato a Stnto Hoard of Forrostry pnsscd tho Kentucky Senate Thursday. Tho bill Introduced by Senator II, M. Arnett a icIko of It. Tho entire, family wns for tho Stnto to Issuo 1500,000 of 4 down at once. This week there Is per cent bonds wna defeated. a marked Improvement In thu others MIsh Honnlv Carpenter returned but Mm. Field, wo fear, In seriously Sunday night from Nashville, where III. Wo fear vro will noon be called up- she has been for several weeks hav on to Kho up our good neighbor and ing her cyeB treated. Her eyea nro family. It ! reported that Clmrllo much Improved and it Is thought her sight will bo ns good ns over In a Nooiion has gold hli homo plnco for a fabulous mm. Wo do not know, short time. but there seem to bo lomo kind of Hcv. A. Turklngton nnd wife ar secrecy about It as tho purchaser does rived hero from Chicago, yesterday. not wish to bo" known, but wo will Kov. Turklngton will take un his old find out by waiting. duties as pastor of tho Haptlst churlh of this city, which ho resigned last fall. Wo nre glad to sco theso good ODITUARY. peoplo In Hickman again. On February 26, 1910, tho spirit of Mrs. Salllo Edwards winged Its flight to thu beautiful beyond. Shu was born In Middle Tennessee, Dec. 21, 1823. At tho ago of seven, ho came to this county with her parents and bad lived In this vicinity ever since. Sho was married to W. W. Kdwards in 1S10. Ttireo children blessed this union, ono of whom died In infancy. A daughter married C. 1. Ilaun, In Milan, Toon, Only ono child survives her, W. A. Edwards, of till city. She lived to a good old ago and died at tho homo of her nephew, J. It. McClellau. When on her death-bed- , sho expressed no fears to go but was over ready and wlllinK n to die. Shu leaves a host of and friends to mourn (icr loss. grand-childre- Ladies' and Children s Oxfords Prices from 50c to 3.50 NEW SHIPMENT OF The Latest Spring Clothing Come and see the greatest value for Jir. ray Tuesday lllaucho tho i .3 u.au titvr, Mr, i. ..i.a u 1 hero attended li P lt t. lutchtlold taut Tliunt-U1u1itkctu were Logau mid Luii Alexander and Cliff Matthews, ono of tho old set tlers of Hickman county, died suddenly Sunday nt his homo near Clinton, of benrt troublo. lie had not been well, but was out walking around only n few minutes before death claimed him. Ho was 59 years old Tho largo 12.5O that you have ever seen. and 15.OO a Suit 20.00 and 25.00 They are great values at electrlcderrlck, which Is used by tho Mongol Hox Company RUSH CREEK ITEM8. 1 1. I K E 1 ' a Itopur Is still f in pro v- - ... II 3v at cvrry otio .d wo meet I n ' -' ' iiaddux, of Poplar Orovu 'umrulny iiIkIiI with her a U F ' 11 . J Oreou Adams. Ldwards died IumI Sat-mburled Monday at k tuttury. 8hu a tho k Mcflellan. j family, Mrs. 1'. Hen- , t oUr. Mm. Clini. N'oo- 1! .' V Fii'Mn' nlilet nan ' " lck lint. 3. r. wo omitted tostato f illncw of Will Molds' - l.avo been having quite 1 Mr. O State Farmers Institute In isslou at Frankfort last week elected the following officers for tho ensuing year: T. J. lllggcrstaff, Ml. Sterling, President; C. M. Harnett. Hartford, First Vive President; W. A. Clements, Springfield, second Vlco President; 1'. M. Shy, Frankfort, secretary; J. L. Cassldy, Treasurer. Tho for unloading logs, wati put out of business last week while lifting tho broken Bhaft from tho Steamer Mongol Hox Co. Her largo motor yurned out. Tho shaft sho was raising pull ed down to the tuno of 20,000 pounds. which overloaded hor, Hcpalrs wcro . rr . m On.n..n In li In. r Kn 1 M' O U I1U SB UUIU IU tU till fl fy k inado Monday nnd tho machine wns tnm n ahnrt tllnnaa ' nilUI IHUVIW. In operation agnln Tuesday. ill Fuqua, Helm & Co. for wall FOR SALE: A flno 1714 aero tract Seo up. right at southeast limits of city, has paper. All prices, ic roil good J. E. Fuqua Is on the sick list. house, barn and out March camo In like a lamb. buildings of all kinds. Would mako a nlcu addition to tho town and Is Mrs. A. H. Stone returned Tuesday an Ideal trnct for truck farming or from a visit to relatives In llllan. dairy business. The now railroad will make this land doublo In value Let Schmidt mako your clothes and In next 12 months. For either home keep them pressed FHEK of charge. or Investment this proposition Is hard to beat. For particulars call at the Horn to tho wlfo of Ass'U Cashier John I'ylo, last Friday, a son. Oh, Courier office. you kid FOIt SALE: About 75 bushels of best oats, at G5c per bushel at my V two-stor- y 1 Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co. HORSE THIEF CAUGHT. BIG WATER COMING. bo-fo- re farm. HK.N'UY MANGOLD. 37-3- c AN EDISON A VICTOR Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han dles tho best line of Furniture In West Kentucky. Let us show you. Miss Jane McConuell, of near Jor dan, closed a very successful school at Rural Academy last Friday. .Miss Anlco Kf finger, who has been cltrkliiK with Ellisou Hros. for mauy ytars, has accepted a position with Smith & Ambers. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Carter, of near Jordan, celebrated their 35th anniversary of their wedding with un elegant dinner last Thursday. John Haldeman, of Columbus, was arrested hero Monday on a warrant sworn out by Oto Peebles, 'of tho samo placo charging blm with steal-Ip- g a horse. Tho horso taken by Haldeman was traded to Sam Ponds, near Tlptouvlllo; tho second horso wns swapped to Julian Choato for a mule, etc., until ho was about swapped out, having a common bronco In his possession when caught. Mr. Peebles recovered his horse, and the other local traders aro trying to rue back. Constablo Woods, of the Columbus district, took his man to Clinton Tuosday, whero ho will bo tried for horso stealing. Wo understand ho made a confession to Sheriff Johnson of the wholo affair. Wo understand ho Is a man ot a family and well connected In Hickman county. o Mississippi Present Indications aro that tho will bo on a rampago many days. The prospect Is good for about 45 feet on tho Cairo guage between now and the middle ot next week. The river has been rising rapidly for several days, and bottom planters aro taking measures to protect their families, stock and property. This will doubtless put Mcngel out of business as well as inundate the western section ot tho town. We hope the water will get about ten feet deep on the property of tho fellows who would not offer to help the proposition to build a leveo in West Hickman last fall. At any rate, it's coming; get ready for it (iranvlllo Arlington, C. Thomas, a farmer near $020. Real Estate: W. A. Dodds to Miami Upshaw, land, $1760.60. Wayne ThomJ. Tho big shlnglo mill ot Yates & as, A. Milner to Mrs. lots in Fulton, $4500. Kirk, located six miles west of town, J. D. Henry to Jno. M. Statham, resumed operations this week, after lots In IUcevlUe, $100. Miranda Wilson to A. N. Klut,', an having been shut down for several During this time tho mach- luterest lu land, $25. weeks. Samuel B. Wilson to A. N. Klnjr. inery wns overhauled and $1,500 wort land, $215. This mill of Improvements ndded. O. L. Collins to Mrs. Alice Illvea Is turning out a mighty good product Italney, lots In East Hickman, $800. J. H. Peck to J. A. Coble and II. now and aro building up a big D. Horner, land, $400. Mnttlo Maddox to McMurry Bros., filed u petltiou In bank ruptcy last week. Ills liabilities aro land. 158 $1000. Chas. about $1139, and assets put into your home a VICTOR TALKING MACHINE or an EDISON PHONOGRAPH, to enjoy at your pleasure all the splendid, delightful music which can be had ONLY by the use of these wonderful musical instruments. A payment then of $1.00 a week soon makes the instrument your own, and you haven't missed the money. THE MARCH RECORDS ARE HERE-Co- me We riui name of Senator Leroy Mississippi, Is a brand uuw public life, and souuds llko it huvo been taken from some written by a woman. Percy, one In Lowe Brothers High Standard Mary Maudo McCounell Miles, laud, $C0. O ucres land, W. Miles to duy S. Miles, $3500. to Guy S. I might novel in and hear them. Tho thing that makes a coat keep Its shape Is tho quality of the fabric uud tho tailoring. Smith & Ambcrg sell Hart Schnffner & Marx clothes aud tailorbtcauso they aro ed, right. all-wo- Liquid Paint Gives Best Results one-thirlf Machines $10 EDISON RECORDS--35- c to $200 VICTOR RECORDS and 50c. 60c single face, 75c double face. ELLISON BROS. V. II. Ualtzor is In tho St. Louis And that is the real consideramarkets this week buying uuw spring tion results not price per gallon. gooda. Ho Intends to fill tho big d to one-haCovering i esults storo rooms of llnltzer & Dodds to more square feet covered. overflowing, anticipating a big trade. Wear-resulTwo to three years Watch for their announcements. longer 'service, and surface left in All parties intorosted in telephones good condition for new painting. between Wnluut Log uud Hickman, Nothing better in Hickman or Fulare Invited to meet at llrownsvillo, ou tho Dyersburg road Tuesday, ton County. Prices are right, too. March 8th, at 9:30 a. in., for tho purpose of organizing Independent ton Co epuono Hues. Urgently requested by (Incorporated) A. M. King aud others. ts Despite minora in circulation to thu contrary, there has boon uo change in ownership ot the Hickman Wagon factory. It is highly probable, however, that a cuango may bo made In tho near futuro. Furthermore, tho Sunflower Lumber Co., of Mississippi, Is not Intorosted In the deal, as S. L. Dcdds, president ot tho lumber company, informs us. Mrs, It. II. Speight returned Saturday night from Paducau where she attended tho burial of hor father, Mr. A. J, Whlppol. She was accompanied homo by her brother, Henry Whipple. . A. H. Kenuedy, who was employed by the Elks to take a census for them, makes the uumbor ot Inhabitants 3680; not ouough to secure tho lodge. W. L. Helm is lu the St. Lou la market this week buying goods, wg ill's Drug Store LOOKING AHEAD. 8 Why docs Longneck run round with his bead o cloo to tho H The nan and fflsdea pj DREADFUL THAU Mrt. Jna W.. a. JrtionBeforeShc HelneJ II.. nun urdui, He Woman', Tonic. Dexter. Tex Hrlce." write. Dexter. Tex. "I suffered "i Mrs. Elephant Lien Whr, he's afraid that If he raise It he'll bump his head Into ono t those airships! , ground! uw?. ..... '. " fcr T Why He Was Lonesome. Tommy, whoso varying points of view are Illustrated by tho Farm Jour Ml, had not yet learned tho Colden Rule.. Neither have a good many of fcls uveral cams. bottles of Cardal. ray charier.- r. J, ful Csrdul prepared in.,-dread- "I should like. Tommy," said his "that you might find some boy ta play with you. Now what's tho natter with Johnny Jenkins and the elders. r, IKtle Dohbs boy?" Tooh! Why, they're a whole- year younger than I am," said Tommy, contemptuously. "I couldn't play with them!" ' "Well, there's Jack Spear and Willlo Harlow. Won't they do?" "Yes, but thcy'ro a year older than I am," said Tommy, wistfully, "so the mean things won't play with mo." Does He Love Anybody? Von Moltko had some few human fittings. He loved his wife devotedly, bat conquered Ills alma mater, Denmark, even after she had educated him for the military service out of her, poor, stingy pocket. Dut Kitchener Is machlno man only. He loves neither xun oor woman. His spear has sever known a brother, ns Its sharp point has hewn asunder the bodies ted souls of the sons of women. Bos-tsPost- Meaning of Cemetery. It Is not correct to say that ceme-ler- y means tho "city of the dead." The word is from the Greek "Kolmc-terkm- ." meaning sleeping place, not the place of the dead. There Is nothing la the thinking that Jt was prlglnnlly Intended to convey the Idea that the departed were really dead any more than there Is in tho old Hebrew term for cemetery "Bethaim" the house oX the living. ling along fine "Csrdul is eerl!nl complaints. My n " tnrl an sin nil,... j Take Cardul wVn tt-- -way, weak, tired, t:-- r" tnder the wea'her No nutter wha' tha isuse, It will help tolr3-;j- t rou new force and i v. . throw off tho tro .lie Ua- uUIIUI will nnt in'rrfr..v -.t i i3 siner medicine you cay be t:ku. Is a rcntie. hartn' poisonous, non ln'u.-- y eg tja' i very woman eight to tak a Is looking for health, s'rtnfh -i .Pell. I had before I now lay with the homework nan as lad a, n urn ir ., ... 5" "7 nd vitality l- ' b- - ".Vfl UatMsa, Tn, for i.i i.ji. ,, ... Sm-- i.i Helolna the Mlmtt-- r A Scotch prcs' her tid h kit r rr r n an n' I deaf. In order to Lrr lis err. tach Sunday, this old UJr 1 M tt. ..I S S a . . One day the ermon was ftflii Ins ICal. fMM-- trfr-. l.x a Ut J; . v .. wL.k, si. - .. U..l sit. roy brctbrf . got IraT Nay. It THE STORY OF THE SHELLS. PCANUT thatfotMra "It waa a were, first, that tho maid's. Including tho cook. left." Second, that the man had to go out for all of his meals and became waiter: and, a slavo to a cross-eyethird, that his wife divorced him for tho winter, the' grounds of complaint being that ho growled continually of cold feot, though1 this fact was not allowed to reach the newspapers. The Idea came to him ono evening waiter had reafter tho cross-eyeturned his quarter to him with the unasked advice that bo might need It to buy petrol for his flying machine, and that the waiting brotherhood recognized no smaller coin than halt a dollar. He thereupon swore a dire oath lhat he would shake the mud of New York from hs shoes for the winter and go to Europe; and, "by golly" hero Is the idea "thero would bo not a tip on the way, if be could help It. No! Mr. Not on your life.' Appropriately, first' of all ho struck a place of palms, not the Kind that grow upon hands, but of the tree fam ily. This was Funchal, in tho .Madeira. islands. When ho had found that there were no chewing gum parlors or' moving picture shows, with two and a halt hours of refined vaudeville thrown In things which he never patronized at home, but now felt a feverish anxiety to lndulgo In, he consulted tho head waiter at bis hotel, to whom, needless to say, bo had not confided his vow. That functionary InslsUd that life Fas a blank without a ride in a "caros," or sledge drawn by bullock, and a caros was accordingly engaged and tbo expedition set out, tho sextant, brass tubo and oil stained manuscript usual In explorations being conspicuous by their absence. During tbo courso of the perilous bumping over tbo atones tho driver in the, intervals of smiting his oxen and greasing tho runners held a conversation with him which might havo been Intelligent of It. When had he understood even tbo caros returned to tho hotel, the driver held up ten fingers and ejaculated, "Teen hunder rels." "Holy smoke!" said the man. "You tblov. lng blackguard here," and handed him a dollar and a half "Now bo off with you." That evening tho other occupants of tho verandah were horrified to bear a succession of expletives issuing from the man's mouth as he read In his Baedeker that 1,000 rels was a dollor. The man next moved on to Alexandria. He had forgotten every care but his vow. Ho still clung to the Idea, lie climbed down the steps boat with tho crowd, mostly Into tho bargo-llkAmericans, and thought be might investigate its Pharaohs and see it there was anything In the story of tho plagnesof Egypt. When ho did land, after having circumvented by a blank and uncomprehending stare tho bead boatman's Insinuation that "leotel mona" wan a desirable thing, his bags wero dumper on the quay and he found himself the center of an admiring crowd, conspicuous among which was the bead boatman, whom he thought be hnd said farePointing to hla bags, ho said, well to forovcr. serenely, "hotel." A pleased grin ran around his audience, who all looked at tho bead boatman, who shook his head. The man held up halt a dollar. Contrary to expectation, there was no rush for bis baggage. Suddenly tho head boatman, with a gravo and impressive air, advanced. half dollabacksbeesh eh?" "You give dolla-mTbo man looked about him. The idea did not seem so precious. It was growing late. After all, it wasn't so much. Two minutes after a procession trailed into the hotel, consisting ot ths man and two persons, one ot whom was the head boatman. When the man struck Qroece, Greece made haste to retaliate In the person of a picturesque fixate in baggy tousers, a red sash, earrings and d d one-fift- h e Nar " wba.e xt& old lady txcltedir As everyone knows, C. W. Tost of Battle Creek, Michigan, lsnot'bnly.a Baker of breakfast foods, but ho is a trims individual who belle ves.that tho trades-union- s are a menace to tho lit city of the country. Believing this, and being a "natural-bom- " scrapper for thorlght, as ho ecs it, Post; for several years' past, las been engaged in a ceaseless waft tare against "The Labor Trust," as he Hkea'to call it. Net being able to sccuro free and vstraBtmeled expression of his opinions on this subject through the regular readme pages of tho newspapers bo has bought advertising space let tills purpose,, just, as ho Is accustomed to for the telling of his Postuni "story," and be has thus spent- hundreds of, thousands of dollars In denouncing trades-unionis- t I II.,.t. ..II 1L. WHIM J M hiiishkhu , uvu uus, u .i it i sue .L;:ia:i;. ut n mouth!" Success Msgane V x nm ii tui Two Votes. limp I ran i r Ul IUU UUU tens of my couim a.'v t:'l i: . I -- 1 rprr u ....... i c ttu cltiien told me that vote for me becauie he ai r-- tl vhen I vu cushion tiflonrtne to the nosia in. spinster, and hla four sons, with tbelr families, occupy the old home and keep tender watch over the treasures which, their father gathered with so much patience and expfcnso durwhite-haire- wnn.Mii ninir IU VKII ri Ann if. , r- B1UU una UJ. ., .i.i. - Qeorgs P. McLean of ConEK'--- 2t I. 'As a result of Post's activities thr people sow know a whole jot about! these organizations: how they are honeycombed .with 'graft; how. they obstruct the development of legitimate business, curtail labor's output, hold up manufacturers, graft upon their own Membership, and rob the public. Naturally Post Is hated by the trades unionists, and Intensely. He employs no union' labor! so they ess not call out his men, and he defles their efforts at boycotting his products. The latest means of "getting" Post is the widespread publication of the story that a car which was recently wrecked id transmission was found to bo loaded with empty peanut shells, wb!ch""wero being shlppcl from the south to Fost's establishment at Battlo Creek. This canard probably originated with President John Fitzgerald of the Chicago Federation of Labor, who, It is uld, stated It publicly, as truth. Post comes back, and gives Fitzgerald the Ho direct. Ha denounces Fitzgerald's statement as a deliberate falsehood, an underhanded and to Injure his business, having not the slightest basis in fact. As such an effort it must be regarded.' It U significant that this statement about "the peanut shells" is being given wide newspaper publicity. In the ''patent Inside of an eastern country paper I find it, and the Inference naturally Is are insidiously that spreading this lie. An institution (or a man) which will resort to moral Intimidation and to physical forco, that will destroy ma chinery and burn buildings, that will malm and kill If necessary to effect its ends, naturally would not hesltato to spread falsehood for tho same pur coward-ly:attem.labor-unlqnlte- s ing n lifetime One can walk down the corridors, on whots walls great paintings are falling Into strings from age. and climb the stone stairs, where a comely servant will greet one and show the curiosities, or, better, lot ono look at everything to the being was In league a cap This brlgand-llkwith tbo porter of the hotel and It followed that tho porter know of no ono moro trustworthy and scholarly as a guide to ancient Athens than Phi lopoulos. The man. fortified by the presence of soma others with whom Li bad scraped acquaintance In tho hotel dining room, blindly delivered himself Into tbo hands of this Grecian Phlllstlno. When they bad worn an eighth of an Inch off s, tho soles of their shoes tramping, the bold on the steps ot tho Acropolis, thrust bis band Into bis bosom and drew out no, not a pistol, but a small bag., which he held out with an air of proud Independence. Tho man looked tho other way. Tho Idea was holding tight. An English girl, whom be had neglected to Inform that he was married, lightly touched his arm and whispered. "You must give him a tip hit's so picturesque" At that moment tho man lout his Idea. Ho ostentatiously gave Pbtlopoulos a handful ot coins. It Is all very sad. but the man gets along better slnco ho has lost bis Idea, Phllo-poulo- Former Bull Fighter's Museum For 46 years tho Corona family had occupied bcuse called "t'asa do Cothe plain rona" on thu Ylga canal, In the dilapidated village known as El Puento del Jamaica, This village is reached now by tbo Ixtapalpa electric car, being tbo first step beyond tho head ot tho canal, and whatever of fa mo or Interest It enjoys It derives solely from the old houso at tho southern extremity of Its one street, tho house of Corona, which contains the bull fighter's rnusoum. A morning is ample time for the trip, Lillian Webster says In tho Mexican Herald, and wbllo people from the four corners ot tho world have discovered this museum, as thu register reveals, there are many people in the city who havo hardly beard of it; yes, to tho lover of the quaint, curious and historic It is certainly well worth a visit, for Juan Corona during somo 25 years was gathering from here, there and everywhere a valuable collection ot curiosities. Hp was a Sunday bull fighter and used la fight In tbo Ilucaroll ring, which does not exist. now, but every day lu the week ho was a collector and a philanthropist, who by bis generosity and kindness endeared himself not only to the people of his own village but to all people with whom bo camu la contact. He died 21 years sgo, but his daughter, kind, two-stor- y .1, We admlro Tost. While we havo no enmity toward labor unions, so long as they are couductcd in an honest, "live- kind of a way, wo have had enough of tho tarred end of tho stick to sympathlzo thoroughly with what he Is trying to do. He deserves support. A man like Post can not be killed, oven with lies. They are a boomerang, every time. Again, we know, for hasn't this weapon, every weapon that could ba thought of, been used (and not simply by labor unions) to put us out 01 uusi BCSS. tOO? going (o I ' BtM&a heart's content. In the upper corridor thero are a number of immenso earthen Jars which were xcavatcd at a point not far distant and which are valuable samples cf the work of potters of oltier days.,, !B one corner of this corridor Ibero Is a quaint fountain mJ pool In whose walls are laid In mosaic formed ot bits of broken glass and porcelain, thn wholo ornamented with hideous stone Indian Idols. From tho corridor ono passes through tbo household kitchen to the old one, which Is never used and the walls ot which nrc literally lined from top to bottom with every class ot earthen rooking vessels, wooden spoons, forks and choco-Int-o beaters. Near by Is tho dining room, whoso long tablo contains n quaint collection of vases and dishes, whMo tho walls aro hung with pictures and painted porcelain bowls. In two ot which nro tho portraits of Maximilian and There aro dishes and plaques mide by the Indians ot remote, regions which even In this day ot railway facilities are difficult to find. Thero aro tall "ollas" whera soup tor a regiment conld bo made. Tho dining room opens Into thn bedroom, whore, In a corner, stands the silver bedstead on which Banta Ana died, it being elaborately dressed with hangings and covers of coarso white lace. On ,ho wall by the head ot the bed Is a rsro group of guns, swords and pistols. In another corner ot tho room stands an bed which belonged to a lady in wotting to Cnrlotta, nod at Its side Is a leather trunk which belonged to tbo patriot Hidalgo. Movo tho trunk Is tho carved Ivory handled rlflo of MIramon, bearing his arms and catno. The daughter. In speaking of the school for poor children which occupied a room on the first floor ot tbo houso for years, said: "Yes, my father established tho school and maintained It for many years. In moro recent years tha tenchor was paid by tbo town government nnd threo years ago tho school was moved by that samo authority to- a bouse In tho villago Immediately back of this, which Is known as 'Im InsurrecCar-lottfour-poste- d band-carve- The lawyer proceeded ta ens lh vltnraa . .1.- a... IIn 1HIUUU mr ui.iw". ...... !"' Ir , ud a.iu, mm wt -- - - intra a n&rt ol the reCCfa. are you!" Whr. Tciii ouehl to Vc: !-... II- Not Actually Ntceuary, Is the same as yours, on t.n u. . in tnlrr thin . anyhow j i TC'J . Important, . u , i. i u Co anttl. J VC'e' know about this caic for Headache iiuuuks Try riicr . -- a nirroui umI tec at Uruc B'.tms. nnt in nnd our 'r amewhere. somehow snd usoful men '"" 1 fjdJl''4 - ibji.ji-'- ..i.,- iiirnriur DEI Drrtan s p.i.in,i IMIII I llablllVkM On on Se'j.l-ie:JJ- IADI C IIL.LU - VICi m mM and Cirrrpcn in.lt n T n Crnnt SI. fiRAIQ fct..COWPAf .nh u.ie V rouilif" a U Bllllllll ill Ul I lid anu r.u in .v.. .i - I IUIUIU iha Iowmi "i. II.Aftlirn IU1UIMMII It llllllllllll - n -- . " ..,.!! - iicib.- eta. Unit. Oiuuf, Caiaiocua. a. .. ISO N. Msln BU K' Trnniu',-'-vp. .....nry . JOHN Wfl"6 7 MILL HAY, GRAIN, on FEED SEED ISSfl IMTTI, aktl.1 m OATS llltviv""-- . .. w.a tyaMhl nii'.r IIM tion." A Hi t . .kla Ta drink ftco cups pi PestHBi every morning from this time. en, and put myself oa adletiof Grape-KtttsBully for Postl Kditertol in Tha American Journal of Clinical aea ih M4 When asked about tho tale of articles of ths museum she said; "Yes, we havo had somo offers, but they havo been mado principally by tourists and havo usually been very small, while many of tbo things hero cost iriy father much money. Tor examplo, tho gun ot MIramon and tho cross of 'La Musa Mexlcuna' each cost ?E00. Of course man.- - things were presented to htm by friends who know ot his Interest in raro and hlstorlo things, but," she added, tonderly, "everything l very dear to us and wo do sot cars to part with anything." nJU ,. a n Hffalslla aaaaa ainiini II 1 T IIIM . .... . I tS t.' ' ." la. Una tut la irtll f rftdulrt-- . " iltssirw- tna Jj .. - lrHl"-MHtl . Va i anil'e n sun Ul - - Sf M' al fix UlulrUl cat. ER URYEARS OF MISERY ILU WILL TRAIN GIRL : A3 BAT CATCHER FAMILY FOn OUR GENERATION! HAS WORKED AT EXTERML NATION OF PE8T8. DAUGHTER TO .j iw l.viHn E. Pink . .. "J ST - SUCCEED HIW 1 i?!v, - Kit Jrvl, Aged Seven, Will Take ur from Her Father' Work at a Rodent drap;. tics. tmlblo Catcher He Trapa 1,000 In Three , sensations, rdmr Nlghti. cxtromo nervous- nous, mid that all Ix)ii(lon. - John Jarvla nf rnmtinr pono fceiinfr in mj stomach. I hoi well liaa bcun nnnnlntpil nfflrlnl mi rrivni un hono 01 catcher tn Iho Ix)ndon county council otcr Insliiff well at n aaiary of 1243.12 per annum, lie when I bcirnn to Ii a rat catcher not by profeitldn bul tnlnr.Till.aRIMntc. ham's VcpJtablo oy intunct. Hlnco H03 ench male member ol compound, i nen I felt an though hla family Jim devoted hla Ufa to II fn had been nnir catching rata and so It was with th greatest confidence that Jarvls the R. italllmore. Aid. other day Itsited a challenge to nil the rat catchers of the kingdom. Fur thcrmorc. he said that with the nlit . L I . . . .I 1 "7.i.n,i j 4iurrmi m iiicrofillr lnua luimii ... nnin r. it UatAi it women wuu iiuto wen ... .li.I.AiifMAnfM "-"- used than .a i. t i Oration, Inflntn. nbrold tumors, I r . I . .n,t normM tirostraUon. a I lajh i .- Jl""il"'iJ .... l.irLA t i i Ul n I m Ultotl vnti u tw vtiui i k i i.i ' in ..' tun . r.Vflfl. f, . lMrilrlinm. .W.,l,l.,.1 . til... llrtll - -I TTt. M i llbUlall lil taIIUII (JryHlr lla Rritor T$t . af ft if UtJ t li.- It la h. .HU It. ,.i IlinJnrl la ft.Maift. 9l.cn ana tt 41 UfUfUU. FREE ( icpU Iloll! i ft Snc C Kt wmIi. K. )., V. S, UHtfcHrUL r'HUbr'tUI. anco of hi uncle, J. Datton. ho would undertako to catch 1.000 rata In three nights. As JarWa made thee challenges he onaiea nair a doxen tame white rata, whllo his daufihtcr at hla side played with a counlo of fer rets. "1 havo no son to carry nn tho buslnc," ho said, "hut Kit there and ner younRer slater both know pretty well all thero la to know about catch Ing rata. Kit often ma on my hunting expedition and she very rarely makes n mistake. You see anyone can kill rats, but rv fow un. derstand how to catch itipm niim Dead rats havo no market, but for live unea I can get from 75 cents to doicii. II "The means I uso for catchlae thorn alive Is n family secret, known only io my pcopiu ror thu last four Rcnera lions. I won't toll you oxactly whnt that secret Is. but I don't mind letllnc rou know that It acta very much In tho same way as chloroform docs on n human be nr. Chloroform limit would not do. because rats don't Ilka It "Tho bait I uae I rren altrnrtlr enough to waken a sleeping rat, A few momenta after I have laid the stuff down tho floor swarms with the vermin. One nibble Is enough to 'dope' any of them and all 1 hnvn to oo to revive them la to dip their nosoi seven-year-ol- Unexpected Recommendation. One day, when Lord Thurlow was very busy at his house In Ormond llackacho Is kidney ache, In most street, n poor curate applied to blm tascs. Tho kidneys ncho und throb for a living then vacant. ""Don't trouble me," said the chanwith dull pain thero Is In- cellor, turning upon hlra'wlth a frownflammation within. ing brow "Don't you seo I am busy You can't bo rid of and can't listen to you? what duko or tho ncho until you lorn recommended you?" Tho poor curnto lifted Up his eyes euro tho cauao tho and, ith dejection, said he had no kidneys. Doan'a Kidney lord to recommend blm but tho Lord rills euro alck kid- of Hosts. "Tho Lord of Hosts I" replied the neys, a. H. Warren, 1C17 No. 7th St., chnncollor, "tho Lord of Hosts! I I havo had recommendations Dolse, Idaho, says: "An Injury to my from most lords, but do not recollect back years ago left ono from him before; so, do you hear, mo lame, I had to young man, you shall have tho living." uso a cane, And It hurt mo terribly lo Coffroth Wins Race, London to 'Frisco. James W Coffroth, fight promoter, stoop or lift The 2,000 bet kidney secretions won his of thoofNational made with n Sporting club nniinil tni frnminnt. member ly. For five years sfneo I was cured of London that ha could reach San by Doan'a Kidney I'llls, I havo had no Francisco In ten days from London. Coffroth had a margin of two hours return of tho trouble." and forty minutes. Tlcmombcr tho name Doan's. For Coffroth, according to agreement, sale by all dealers. CO cents a box. sent a telegram to Eugene Corrl, with Co., Buffalo, N. Y. whom he had tho wager. When ho arrived at tho Oakland pier he was welA CAUTIOUS HUSBAND. comed by a largo delegation that cheered him as ho stopped from his car. The tlmo mado by Coffroth Is tho fastest over mado from London to San VHEN YOUR BACK ACHES PECT THE KIDNEYS. SUSbe-llnFoster-Mllburn Despair and Despondency tell the story of the totkmi. despair, and the despondency endured by women who eavrr and niin because ol disorders tad! a daily burden of derangements of the dclicata and important organs that distinctly feminine, llio tortures so bravely eouurea Eletely upset the nerves il loni continued. Favorite Prescription Is a positive con w eaknest and disease ol the feminine organism. No one but a woman csn IT MAKES WEAK WODEN STRONO, 5ICK WOMEN WELL. allays Inflammation, heals ulceration andsoolheif It 6ts for wifchsrttl and motherhood. Honest medicine dealer sell tt, aaw lnvt nniiilntf to lire's unon vou as ' lust as tead." t, and has record of forty year oi ca It I Ass Ynua Nainuinas. They nrohablr know oi some ol It many cures. If vrm --..nt hnnk tfidt telle .11 .Kmit wnmatt'i disease, and bOW tO stsmps to Dr. Pierce lo pay cost of them at home, send 21 one-ceillairaae. gret thound-p- e , and he will send you a rr copy o hi Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-t- o dale edition, In pap Buffato, W.T. la bandtom cloth.hlndinf,'31 stamp. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Tt It tones and build up the nerves. o . -- BaC For Rheumatic Francisco over tho Atlantic and across tbo continent. Ho mado tbo trip In nine days, flvo hours and five minutes. Tho Journey from Omaha to San Pains Francisco was mado on tho famous San Francisco "Overland Limited" of the Union Pacific, and Is simply nnothcr victory for Safety, Service, Speed via the old Overland Pacific-Souther- Route. ii A ii V ii i i V7 n 0 t.L jour.n Li.urr io n mnn. Tfnai uo tou ko I nt II v.l usi. ImproTo; at bar M'- -a fii in m cJt U Fatal Course. ho liItlnK her for-r (r nml U'na linHivr full u tralization permits It to dlspcnso with a navy, whllo tho Belgian .army Is maintained on a very small and Inexpensive Few parents reallia how many lives have been embittered basis. and social and buslneta success preCatarrh Cannot Be Cured vented by serious skin nffcctlons with LOCAL ArpLICATlOva u thry rnnot retra which so often result from tho neglect the eat of tbt daeue. Caurrb la a blood or In ordrr to euri It you of minor eruptions In Infancy and tatTHl dwrmw . aod Ilill'i Catarrh Cure Ii must Ukc rrnudm. uien la dbtcUf upoa thi btood and childhood. With but n llttlo caro and teraalir. ad itu Catarrh Cure li hot a quackmucoutt. turtar-- i. Itau'i tho uso of the proper emollients, baby's It waa pmenbed br ona ot tbi txei phralttana and li a slln and hair may be preserved, purl-flf- .l la tblaeoxpoard for the bnt toclntrrrular pfrecrlptkm. ot known, combined It li bnt blood purlBrra, and beautified, minor eruptions with tbi iurtacra, Tbi perfectartlnc directly on tbt mucoue combination of tbi prevented from becoming chronic and two mrredlenu what produeei iuch wonderful In rains catarrh. tod for teatlmonlala. tree. torturing, disfiguring rashes, ltchlngs. F. J CHENEY A CO STopi Toledo, a Bold br Drucrviu. prici J Sc. Irritations and dialings dispelled. a Family plUa lot routlpalloo. Tall lian To this end, nothing Is so pure, so sveet, so speedily en ectivo as tho conThese Knowing Children. stant uto of Cutlcura Soap, assisted, "Come here, Mamie, dear. Look at when necessary, by Cutlcura Ointment. this beautiful Misty girl. Isn't sbo Send to Fottcr Drug & Chem. Corp., lovely? I don't think Misty overdrew sole proprietors, Boston, for their freo a more charming flgurot" Cutlcura Book telling all about "Do you, think, papa,t thai this Is theV"modei the caro and treatment- of the akin. that - used1 ' to- 'sit on Mr. Mlaty'e knce7" Cleveland. Plain Comparison Shunned. Dealer, f "Vou didn't cry nt all at the mati nee. Books Worth Having. ."No," answered the reposeful girl;, Supplementing their factory for the thing." "I couldn't think of such a of .epccially ruled and printed blank "llut tho young woman with you boots and, looe leaf devices, S. C. Tool 4. Co., Memphis, Tcnn., now. carry in stock wept copiously." "Of course. Her laco handkerchiefs standard blank books in a variety of bindaro over so much moro elegant, than ings and tn papers from the cheapest that is good to the very best. Write for price mine." Washington Star. list sad mention this paper. KEEP BABY'S SKIN CLEAR niwji-tinVI ma-ki- Belgium Has No Navy. Belgium Is, perhaps ,tbo most prosMrs. Henpcck John, what's your perous stato In Europe, ns wall as tho most thickly settled. Tho late klng'a honest opinion of my new hat? marked by an enortlr. Hcnpeck Don't ask me, Mary. reign was at leastwealth and social You know you'ro much bigger and mous, advanco In One of tho country's special adstronger than I ami vantages Is that Its International neu- ' As we get older the blood becomes slilggish, the met-cl- es and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hotel easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbeni ud the muscles and joints and stops any pain or acb with astonishing promptness. Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. Mr. Daniel H. Dieiiu of Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. i, Pa., writes s " Please-senme a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism and stiff Joiatt. It la the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it." Also for Stiff Joints. Mr. Milton TVilEBLra, sioo Morris Ave., Birmingham. Abb, wrtNet " I am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has dons me more good for staff, Joints than anything I have ever tried." best remedy for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises and Insect Stings. Price "oc, 50c, and $1.00 at AU Dealers. is the qickest and Send far Sloan's Tree Book on Ilorste. Address Liniment DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Sloan's Bftrricd' tho friend huh iiiuc uuva re- - J . . Free to Our Readers. 'Write Murine Cre Ilrmedy Co.. Chlca llluitrated Kye Uook Free. for ffo, an wrus irouDio ana about lour thry will advlio as to tha Proper Application of tha Murine Kye llemtdlra In Your Special Caie. Your DniRrfjt will tell you that Murine Itcllevea Sore Kye. Smart. Btrenalhen Weak Eye. Doesn't Wc. Try Boothr Kye Tain, and elli for It In Your Kyea and In Itaby'a Eyas for Scaly JCyillda and Granulation. o A Thought Reader. "So you are studying telepathy?" 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Irtnn In .ii.i. - Luiiuuiua ua ii. - im auvu u il "viuuu, oao iciia ncr own .. - ' vcuuiu cuupo causeu luj . imjuvuwT Hill I I1KCU .. um uoi, ana couia noi 4rUliaR It. but I was a mlsorabla irouuio ana nerv. fMtratlon for .. . . 111 a.VAAl nuio 10 do nrounu. nau am not caro for anT. uiaciaiea and Lad n con. 4!J - hm. . ui-u- - excentlnir -. i ioil nn nnv t mo. . u. urniiw i i i : fracnt wouhi dri iuy nuio noigo would upaot Kfrljljr wa, emilllnllw iroltlnv unaiiy . ono tlmn If rnmn .. i nsKi-- rayaolf . ,J whafa tho lick nil tho tlmn nml c 11 Ino ta lli.if I Mini.! In. , un in -r .m ir ihA mo - weni to bod . ujorninir. nauio io mo rii.i ' .1 T'K ill 1 tail Tlt : -- rnn.nl uu ould nml I . ... l.i I. lr P ir-- ffl . COITPn ni. iul' .ii- - " ifl wv ii I could noao it .. ... 'CU, 7" , a that vi in mv uuw ill., un li nr. i ...- I had tho 1'oBtura chant-i- i UUU water. Sometimes I don't even Wedding Invitations trouble to uae tho bait. Over my calling cards and Announcements, back I fling a hugo sack connected copper and steel plato engravings with a trap door arrangement nt ray all side. I wear noiseless boots and black for social and business purposes in correct styles aro made at S. C. Toot clothes. & Co., North Second Street. 'As I walk down the passages with Memphis, Tcnn. Write for style sheet lantern attached to my n bull's-eyand mention this paper. sldo tho rats, scared by the light, camper past mo. As they run I can The Graveled Geometer. nick them up left or right hand and Euclid was boasting of hU abilities. Into tho trap door. Gradudrop them "But," cried his wife, "can you Dnd ally they work their way round to tho why our gas bills aro Just as big as sack on my back, My! how they flRht. when they charged a dollar a thousand Sometimes when I fancy I havo 100 cubic feet?" I And half of them aro killed by thu With a moan be sped Into tho night. time 1 nrrlvo homo. Important to Mothers. "Not only do they fight each other. every bottle of but In tho basement of ono of tho big c aTi.nilnn carefully aura remedy for qtohia k anfa and hotels a swarm of tbcm actually at- infanta and children, and seo that It tacked and killed one of the best dogs Bears tho I ever owned. "Once na I groped through tho old Signature i Gaiety theator a huge rat leaped out In Uso For Over 30 Years at mo mid, fixing Its teeth In my arm. Tbo Kind You Have Always Bought worried me for llvo luliiutes. When I It you want to test a man's charac had settled htm I had htm weighed. seo what creates In him Io turned tho scalo at one pounu nuio ter watch and Angela Dickons. ounces. That was ino uiggen one i an enthusiasm. over found, but In wlguioro etreot rn.rs ctiuKti in o to to cur. ii days'. lately I havo como across several PAZO 01NTk1Etil'Ufi!rantutI'mlrmlujmi riM ur Itcblnit, nilnd, rile, in weighing over a pound. I havo had cfliilllioruuB7llltritinii rtluuiltil. Mo. as 3,000 rats tn my back as ninny Tho family tree of a bunko man yard." Jarvla Is employed In various must be a slippery elm. buildings at Used salaries. largo 18-2- 2 e The Unterrlfied Improver. First Angel What is tho rumpus In tho seventh heaven? Second Angel A moral upllfter has broken through the root trying to find an eighth heaven. For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. The best remedy for Gnpp and Colds Is Hicks' Capudlne. Relieves tho aching and feverlshncss. Cures the cold Headaches also. It's Liquid KRecta Immediately 19, K and Wa at Drug Stores. Labor to keep allvo In your breast that llttlo spark ot celestial flro called conscience. Washington. IMPO.SSIIlI.i: TO FIND ANVTIIINO teller fot aideacbe, backaches or atltebea I than larue It a )rrs Parii' itilntlller. (Jet tbJio and alt..bullies.lb Wo cheapest. At all drullls.Ue, Vola. I and II. High or low voice. containing Si t aiorlte aoncs by uca composers aa: Cmtn. JtKrttn. Wiia. 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TO CDRR A COLD IS ONE D.tV Take .LAX ATI VM IllUiklo Quinine Tablets llruL'ilit. refund uionev If It hila to euro. aC. V, UUuv aval atuaur Is ua each bos, Ke. C Nsw WB CONSTIPATION, IDCC ATISM, STOMACHBILIOUSNESS, RHEUM- I IskaW and LIVER COMPUUNt GET A I Landlords and tenants can never see through tho same spectacles. No man can pass Into eternity, for ho Is already In It. Farrar. Pot ibt!lrin UitblDg, aoftens tbi emi, reaucia lo laouusUou, aUai a palu, cures wlad colhi. 25c a bottla 25c BOX EASY v Mrs. VVInalutr's Riiolhlna- - m FOR rfjw Wa will OBUOOISTSgCiia BETTER THAN PILLS FOR LIVER a. H. itwia utoieiNi co.. ar. louia, mo. all SURE TO ACT ILLS II A dog's burk Isn't but It lasts longer. as bad as hi bite, ' iUU Will I - ne me old trouble, loft. " I UBl In nnlnn.ll.l I.. .lit. -- I'lVIIUIL UlUILUi .1. . hpn, ll alii, uuu. vuo m tJOV - V.IO, !, . don't tako any modlclno. RIV hn.lftnwnrlr an. Ckinstlpatlon serious old nliabia cuuih t.uiMlr. tumid litbittureina In pmrilralle eery Bome, In aterr dtacsies. It laeausssantl assrsTatea mine llercvs tboroLtfulr cureil vr Itr tot uli iron druWlUi. I'iUeta. Tbi laiorlle Uuill; laisuie. tiolllii. V. I"" i j all water spaniel named When a doctor gets sick ho knock It la easy to offend people who have Tootslo aaved tho family of l.mll nrrUMPr 9T1RPH his own gamo. Vtofl irell HinilMII Kedilo avonuo, no uso for you. Dockor, 3Q5! North Dog Saves Chicago. A Lives from Fire. 3W AT.I.rVH I.UNO IIAMAM mala from any Good Photo A 1I.ILFIONK ENOUAVI.NO wlfc 1 Bite ten auiuara Ineheior leas, to print lu Newspaier or on Ntu-Tf l'orlrait, llullJlng, tlonery. or any Laudacape, " aubjret you Lire Btoek This mar select. paper will do tbi printing fur J ou. Western Nsaipaper Union, Little Rod, Ark. Bsf asi 1 1 s- -. tor aila.til. SI. tor a a rami rVnci. Uiutl lXHilur FieaciSli. stsli on as trial, to roil ,pko1 ll..l lwk ir.i.Ba .aiawa-u- i lies. 1 Gents a Rod nt rsci for sio. uoe tor S.I. lr KITSCLMAN BROi, DiS 43 tnuncir. INSV. Urn iriA t tAl,la . II TV.. . v If CUT. HQ. in ,ln ,fc 1 to llmr. Ti, 1Hit tii uuuiii from suffocation In Are. When amoks rlslug trom tho basement, whero tho , nrk'tiinlril from an overheated fur nace, lllled tho family's apartments, tho doe leaped on tne ocu aim uwcku Decker, who aroused tho rest of tho family and turned In un alarm which brought tho Aro engines. (it-.- u'S'SZZ I W. N U., MEMPHIS, NO. t-i- m. iOOOUBOOf UiMO ugly, srliily, gray hairs. Ua LA OREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, ratal!. But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home rem-cdidon't take hold. You need something stronger a Ayer's Cherry regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. and soothing properPectoral contains healing, quieting, ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. c. Ayer Co. . Loictll.MaT. No alcohol in this cough medicine. you? Tickling in the Throat tickling the throat I" Is that what troubles "Just a little in cs Constipation positively prevents Koodhcallli. Then why allow It to conllmic? An active ilvcrliajfrcat preventive of disease. Ayer'sl'llls arc liver pills. What docs your doctor say Brown, 2 town lots, value $150. Tax nml Cost, $3. Amy Carter. 1 town lot, value, $2G0 s On Monday, JInrch 14, 1910, It Tax nml Cost, $4. the first day of Iho April term of Henry Clnrk Estnto, 7 acres Innd, the April term of tho Fulton County valuo $300, Tax nnd Cost, $4. B0. Court, nt tho Court House door, In Jonnlo Clark, 2 town lot, valuo Hickman, Ky., I will soli to tho high- $180.Tax anil Cost,, $2.76. est bidder for cash, for taxes duo tho Nelson Clark, 2 town lots, valuo Statu and County of Fulton and cost $150, Tnx nnd Cost. $5. Guy Erwln, 1 town lot, valuo $200, of salo for year 1909, tho following doscrlbcd real estate assessed lu tho $3.46. Albert Fuqun, 1 town lot, valuo mimes of tho following; $50. Tax and Cost. $2.75. Ed Georgo, 1 town lot, vnlno $50. Ouo dollar added in each case for Tax and Cost, $2.65. advertising: C. II. Hnrlan. N. It., S0; ncros land, value $290, Tax and Cost. $4. Fulton Precinct (White) Lon Linn, 1 town lot, value $200, Mrs. Annie Buttcrsworth, 3D acres $6.65. Joe Head. 1 town lot. vnluo $200. Und, value 42U, lax and Cost, sy.20. .duiouds, 1 town lot, Tax and Cost, $6.55. JUrs. DulLu A. O. Iloblnson, 1 town lot, valuo value fluuv, Tux and Cost, ?1U. jack Hall. 1 lonu lot. value $100, $60. Tax and Cost. $3.60. Collier Kopor, 1 town lot, valuo Tax and Cunt, J2.1)&. v. iuridauu, 1 town lot, value $200. Tax and Cost. $3.90. Wanton Tally, 2 town lots, valuo SW, Tux ana Cost, JJ.&U. J ate llobeits una wue, 1 lawn lot, $250, Tax nnd Cost. $6.06. Nathan Tally. 2 town lots, 4 ncrca value SlbUO, Tux and Cost, tla.bV. A. 11. Hobvrbon, 1 towu lot, vuluo land, vnluo $700. Tax and Cost $12.35 C. Torrlll 1 town lot, vnluo 1$50, Jsuy, Tax and Cost, VJ.20. John Witt, 1 town lot, valuo JSUU, Tax and Cost $4.95. Harry Watklns, 1 town lot, vnluo Tux and Cost y.3U. iilntord West, 1 towu lot, valuo $60. Tax and Cost, $3.85. Henry Wntklns, 1 town lot, valuo Tax and Cost, $0.15. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Mrs. Cnrollno bo-in- j. Tax and Cost $3.S5. llllllo Young, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Tax and Cost, $3.90. Pap Forrlll, 1 town lot, vnlno $50, Fulton Precinct (Colored.) Tax and Cost, $4.75. il. Ilarksdale, 1 town lot, value Mima Upsbaw, 50 acres lan.d value )1CU, Tax und Cost, $2.45. $750, Tamnd Cost $10.50. Hiram Crawford, 1 town lot, valuo Sassafras Ridge Precinct. Tax and Cost, f'JAti. Thornton Cavltt, 1 town lot, value V. J. Catcs. lMt acres land, valuo iL'iO, Tux and Cost, $5.10. Tom Lyons, 1 town lot, valuo $76, $1575, Tax and Cost, $16. Tax and Cost, $2.76. Madrid Bend Precinct. Will Slarun, 1 town lot, valuo $200, $3."jU. Tnx and Cost, J. H. Adams, 252 acres land, .valuo Mrs. Eliza 1'atterson, 1 town lot, $4300, Tax and Cost, $47. viUuo $200, Tax and Cost, $2.b0. J. T. SEAT, Sheriff. Tom ilogers, 1 town lot, value $200, Tax and Cost, $3.90. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo 200, DONT EXPERIMENT. Tax and Cost, $3.90. Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, value $i00, Tax and Cost, $2,76. You Will Make No Mistake if You Lodgeton Precinct (Vhlte.) Follow This Hickman Citizen's Advice. A. O. Klmbro, 139 acres land, valuo $2105, Tax and Cost, $32.30. Lily sees Wright, 1 ii'oU, Tax and Cost, town lot, valuo 5.05. $50, (Colored.) Novor neglect your kidneys. If you have pain In tho back, urin Tom Patterson, 22 acres land, valuo ary disorders, dizziness and nervous $330, Tax and Cost, $11.30. ness, it's time to- - act and no time to experiment. Theso are the symptoms Cayco Precinct (White.) of kidney trouble, and you should G. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, valuo seek a romedy which Is known to cure the kidneys. $C00, Tax and Cost, J8.C5. Doan's Kidney Pills Is tho remedy to uso. No need to experiment It Cayce Precinct ) Colored. ( has cured many stubborn cases in Amos Bryant, 1 town lot, valuo $300 Hickman. Follow tho ndvlrc of a Tax and Cost, $5.C0. Hickman citizen nnd be cured your , self. John Miller, 1 town lot, value Tax and Cost, $6.76. It. J. Long, of Hickman, Ky.. says: "Doan's Kidney Pills llvo up to tho Hickman Precinct (White.) claims' mado for them and It Is a V. H. Baldrlge, 40 acres land, val- pleasure for tno to glvo this remedy my endorsement. Kidney trouble first uo $360, Tax and Cost, $4.G5. Joo Ballard, 1 town lot, value $500, manifested Itself in my case by a lame back and when I first nrose in Tax and Cost, $8.96. was vory setho the J. It. Brown, 1G town lots, valuo vere.morning, 'was pain a heavy feel also Thero $1410, Tax and Cost, $22.65. A. V. Craddock, Co acres land, val- ing through my loins us though I was bolnK dragged down by so much uo $620, Tax and Cost, $9.45. W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, val- lead. I tried several remedies, but received no relief until I procured uo $300, Tax and Cost $4.05. Kidney l'llls Marvin Fllppln, 1 town lot, value Doan'sDrug Store. I at Helm & Kill began their use son's $500, Tax and Cost. $10.05. before tho contents of the ono Oscar Fowlks, N. 11., 17 acres land, and had been taken, my trouble dlsap box value $650, Tax and Cost, $7.60. pearcd. I shall never lose an oppor T. P. King, 75 acres land, valuo tunity of speaking In favor of Doan's $1235, Tax and Cost, $16.10. Kidney Pills." H. I'. Lake, N. It., 40 acres land, For salo by all dealers. 1'rlco 50c. value $400, Tax and Cost $6.75. Fostor-MllburCo., Huffalo. N. Y., Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo $75, sole agents for the United States. Tax and Cost $6.40. Heinembcr tho name Doan's nnd Mrs. Salllo Williams, 22',. acres no other. laud, valuo $250, Tax and Cost. $6.70. tuko O Mary Jane Wilson, 1 town lot, value $700, Tax and cost, $10.65. MULES I MULES I n Lodgeton Precinct Hickman Precinct Gus Uass Heirs, 1 town lot, value $1.50. Hlchard Booker, $75, Tax and Cost, We have about 60 head of good work mules, ranging from three to J. It. Brown, agt.. eight years old, for sale. Also a fow $50, Tax and Cost horses and good raarel. Will sell either for cash or credit with good 1 town lot, valuo noto. $5.10. J. F. A 8. L. Dodo's Co. (Colored.) COAL FOR GASH ! Trie mines have advanced the price on coal 25 cents per ton, which, as a rule, would necessitate our making the same advance in price but we have decided to give our patrons the advantage of this advance, maintaining the same price of $4.50 per ton for Bon Air Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must accompany the order or the coal sent C. O. D. DONT ASK FOR CREDIT. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE. HICKMAN ICE COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED than lying abed or rending n French novel. Tho now slylo for women hns not nrrlved n bit too soon. American women nro getting to bo a worthless lot, sprightly enough In intellect perhaps too sprightly but LADIES' SKIRT. painfully deficient In bodily developHut they were entirely to no time to pass without ment Allow brightening some one's llfo. With- blame. legenomto man seemed to in five minutes' walk of you In Hick like them that wny possibly because man there In some one tragedy com In- wus In the same box himself To pared with which Shakespeare's King the credit of woman, be It said that , Unr or Victor Hugo's Jean Valjeau she would rather ho tins no power. Go out nnd brighten strong of chest, fair of cheek nnd somebody's llfo with n cheering word bright of eye; nnd It Is n notable main soon fad that or n smile or n flower. Tnke a good generation ns took ns the rising ntid to athletics book nnd rend n chapter to that old blind man do up that dark nlloy to bracing up gonerully, the girls and make that Invalid woman laugh promptly followed the good exiimpl. with some good story. Go to that The great event In every young house from which Hint child has been There taken by denth nnd tell the father man's life is his nwitkenlng. nnd mother whnt an esrnpo the babr comes a time when he's aroused from has had from tho winter of earth In (he dreamy carelessness of boyhood y the opening possibilities of llfo. to tho springtime of heaven. If he then drops Into Indifference nnd Young woman, llvo to make other begins life In nn easy, shiftless wny. happy, nnd you will be happyl I.lvr he fritters nwny his chalice. It he for yourself nnd you will be miser lomos to ii deep, farnest puriwme to able! Thero novor has been nn ex be his best nnd to do his best, he reptlon to tho rule, thero never will arrives enrly nt the highest rank be nn exception to the rule. among equal lu business, profession Paris Pattern No. 29H. All Scams Knthuslnam Plan out your life on a big scale or trade. the seeminglyleads him to Allowed Perfectly plain, tho gore attempt Impossible. shaped In to the figure Is this simple whether you are a farmer's daughter Knergy will achieve the marvelous. or u shepherdess among the hills, or Kffort will seize transcendent lender-shi- model for a Knickerbocker skirt. tho flattered pet of n drawing-rooIn the chosen sphere These tuny be made In any of tho wathablq filled with Mutuary nnd pictures nnd forces In youth look forward, while materials, ns well ns In any of tho Stop wjiere you tiro nnd age looks bnckwnrd. They mnke Knrllsh worsteds, plain or striped momnke a plan for your lifetime. Yon Great care oiith radically venturesome, while hairs or Panama cloth. rnntiot bo satisfied with n life of as becomes conservatively cautious should I to taken with the stitching, for frivolity and giggte nnd Induscrutlon may mnke mistakes, but Is do- If this Is not dnne tho stylo of the car Trust the world nnd It will cheat you Youth ing something. Age lees nrtlve may will be completely Tho pal If It does not destroy you. The lb be less mistaken. It Is well for en ment Is In eight sites 23lost 30 Inches, to doubtable was the name of an on thuslnsm nnd energy to be guarded tern measure. For 36 waist the emy's ship that Iird Nelson spared by experience but not to be parnlyz waist skirt, made of miterlal with nap, re twice from demolition, but thnt snni' el by fear, quires 8V4 yards of material 20 Inches ship afterwnrd sent the ball that kill wide, 4H A girl who Is brought up to earn wide, 7 yards 21 Inches ed him, and the world on which you smile may aim at you Its dendllesi her own living never will "Just set yards 3C Inches wide 4 yards i weapon. tie down to nothing." She will un Inches wide, or 3 yards 51 Inches R derstnud the value of money, having 2 your mother while you earned it. nnd ran give her husband wide; without nap, Il nerds yards Appreciate Inches wide. CVi yards 24 Inches wide, have her. It Is the almost universal wise counsel and symiwthy In hi yards 42 IVt yards 3A Inrhrs wide, 3 testimony of young women who business difficulties. She can take mother thnt they did not realls.-wha- entire charge of the money expend Inches wide, or 2T yards CI Inches she was to them until after ed for the house nnd do It lu such wide. her exit from this life. Indeed, moth a business-likwny that It wilt be To procure this pattrm n1 19 esnts er Is in the appreciation of many a infinite satisfaction to her husband In "I'aittrn at this young lady n hindrance The nintern She can earn a little something for Writ omi nml feMrru pltlnly, en J tx urv to sive sua ana numtwr or I litre al Inspection Is often roiislderetl an herself perhaps and nt least she will obstacle. Mother has So many no have the comfort of knowing that tions about thnt which is proper and whatever happens she wilt fall on NO. 2914. 8IZB thnt which Is Improper. It Is ns her feel. If her husband dies she . NAME founding how much more many girls will be able to do something toward know nt eighteen than their mothers the support of herself and children TOWN And we think n woman who ha nt forty-five- . BTIUjnT AND NO sense nnd Intelligence enough to he Have you noticed how large num Is always more re KTATK you stop sected by her husband nnd everyone ber of pontons with whom to havo a little chat, spetik of When young people go Into an en blotches of human nature ? W. He Was i Cheap Man. gagemeut for life ns carelessly ns will not except the person of Tho poor man had Just saved the In tho com tney go to n picnic. thy must ex moral standing munlty. Nine out of every ten per pect to pny for their folly with their billionaire from a watery grave. The billionaire was not uncralrful, In n ten minutes' talk, sons, will bitter experience With thousands, n bring up the defects In some one's marriage engngomont I a matter of lie ottered the poor man a dollar. "No, thank you." replied the p. m life, nnd one out of n hundred tuny boyish or girlish caprice. If wise a', ho turned nway. "If lhn I what possibly startle you by speaking only marriages nro "made In heaven In then the hnsty, loose, selfish of the good thnt may be found sort you value your llfo at I'm sorry I most every Individual. Thero Is no aro the handwork of tho devil. isved It" life without Its defects, neither with' A girl can bo Independent If she out Its excellencies, and what dlf ferent coloring It would give In hu cnooses and earn a comfortable liv SHERIFF'S SALE. inanity If the rulo was reversed to ing In many ways, and It Is not the By vlrluo of an execution No. ISC what It now Is. 'And, render, It rests wort fortune In life to be born n with you and us to start the reform, girl; not half as bad as It Is to be directed fo me, which Issued from and with such a good start as we married to a innn thnt you neither the Clerk's offlco of tho Fulton Clr- may be able to glvo It. we are sure love nor respect, and who makes you cult Court, In favor of J. I). I.eech It will be contagious If we persevere a perfect slave to pander to his com against I). C. Coram, I, or ouo of my For when neighbors speak naught of fort and humor his catirices. Think deputies, will, on Monday, tho 14th III and only laud the good that Is well before you make your choice of day of March 1910 between tho hour of ten o clock a. in. and twelve o in us, we will not be far from that business. clock m- - nt the Court House door glorious period denominated the great Hickman. County of Fulton, ivy., ex mllenlutu. The Hickman Courier Realty Co pose to PUUMC ,SAU: to the highest every llfo there Is a summit, will offer In a short tlmo somo of th bidder tho following property or so For Happy aro they who gain It and sad prettiest building lota In Illckmn much thereof ns may bo necossary tho lot of those who faint and fnll Watch for tho announcement. to satisfy the amount pf tbn I'laln short in tho struggle. Short or long tiff s debt. Interest nml cost, to tho top, it can only bo scaled by Part of Vicinity Ixtt No. 108, in persistent climbing. There must bo F.ast Hickman. Fulton County. Ky ambition to do and dare, or the prize ns follows: lleglnnliiR at a point 10 will not be secured. feet south of tho NW corner of lot TRY A COURIER Have you, lu the vigor of youth No. 10$. theneo South 247 feet to WANT AD. begun the Journey T Already are stako near Dresden road, theneo The Cheapest advertising o Kant 1C0 feet to a stake, theneo you tired and weary 7 Aro you rest Medium I Read by ing by tho way In slothful Indulgence, North 247 feet to a stake, tboncu hoping fur wings or sails to bear 3,000 People Every Week o West 160 feet, bclni: tho property you nloft without effort 7 Long be sold to I). C. Coruui by N. J. Coram COSTS ONLY ONE CENT on tho sin iiny or Aug. tuoo, and ro fore manhood's prime you will miss rtH WUHU PEH WEEK. O corded In 1). II. No. 24. Paso 41. the top and go down hill Arouse O for another effort. At the base is Also tho following track, beginning tho thorn, nt the summit the crown nt a post on the lino between Vlcln Is no escape from the one or There Ity Lots No. 107 and 10s, ISO feet the other in tho life Journey Which No bast of tho NW corner of will you have, wealth or poverty, com 108, south 417 feet to a stake, tlurnce fort or squalor T Decldo In tho dew Kast 14b reel to a staku, thence of tho morning. north 447 feet to a Hue between lots At high noon stand out n man on No 107 and HIS. theneo West 14 tho peak of endeavor wearing your feet to beginning, recorded In D. H No. 24, pago I1C. Bold subject to a own crown. mortgago of about Soventccii Hun Do nol we ull remember with pleas dreti Dollars (J1700.) "I would like in mlrfe ure tho dnys when "the others" were Tho undivided Interest of V. C suffering women fo a sure out, or we, perhaps, not perfectly Coram In about Eighty acres of land cure for female troubles," well, and mother had us In her draw conveyed to him and his wife. Mar writes Airs. R. E. Mercer, or work room, or look us thn I). Co rum. by J. II. Pollock nnd out for a llttlo walk alone Not of Frozen Camp, W. Va. otrivrs and dated Aug. 31st. 1305, ami thnt we did not love to romp and I have found no medrecorded lu I). II. No. 24. Pago 4'J, play. Not that we did not appro of the Fulton County Records, and icine equal to Cardul. I elate to the full extent th picnics sold subject to a mortgago ou samu had suffered for about nnd other family expeditions which and other land to tho amount of four years. Would have took place from time to time, but lour Thousand Dollars and Interest thero was enjoyment of n very difheadache for a week at a Levied upon as tho property of D. ferent, deeper sort in those quiet time, until I would be u. lorum. times with mother, the mm mbranre nearly crazy. I took CarTKK.M8: Salo will bo madu ou a of which has lasted half n life time dul and now I never have credit of six months, bond with up Thero Is a vory real danger that tho proved security required, bearing In the headache any more." mother of a largo family may never tcrest at tho rnto of six per cunt fully come to know her children, and per milium from day of salo and hav gain that Influence over tlx in for K33 ing tho furco and effect of a Re good Individually which Is so deslr- plevin Iloud, ublo that every mother should have This Feb. 24h, 1910. We do not hesitate to say that It Take Is absolutely impossible for a woman GOALDKIt JOHNSON. to become the confident nnd friend Sheriff Fulton Co. ivy. O of her children unless she weekly--na- y, dally spend somo short time Woman's Tonics I wish to niinouco that I now rep alone with each. Only In this way resent (lony Ilros. Floral co., of Nash cuu each child feel tho security of vlllc, ami will appreciate any orders The pains from which ins or tier ownership or that precious given me. Can fill any nnd nil ord mother. The stem realities of life many women suffer every ers promptly and assure you thnt permit only short seasons of recreamonth are unnecessary. they will bo satisfactory. Will still tion, and It Is only by planning Judl It's not safe to trust to continue with Jacob Hchulz, Imis-vllle- , clously the arrangements of time and strong drugs, right at the and you have cholcu of tho two divisions of labor that a busy mother places Frankyo Held. ume oi tne pains. cnu Insure u child his rightful portion of her company. Better to take Cardul No, C3. For tho man who wants a for a while, before and small pleco of ground just outsldo For u wonder. It Is now the fashion after, to strengthen the tho city, wo havo Just what ho wants. for a woman to be as healthy us she Twenty-si(20) acres, on tho Dyers-bursystem and cure the cause. can. Fresh air U admitted to be u road, Wi tulles from Illckmuu, good thing for the complexion No Tills Is the sensible, with good house, burn and outbuildouo disputes that a girl who is un the scientific, the right way. ings. For a limited tlmo only wo Invalid can walk five miles a day havo tho price of $1000. 8uo us at iry il without Hying or fatigue and uu onco Courier Realty Co. hour's cunter on a good horse Is recommended as u more helpful pas Tho COUIlIKit for the news. time Practical Fashions NINE-GORE- For Spradns roiitul-llinbcd- onbc fpPM t,, Prt without I,,,. doesn't need ml, you haVe o d H lightly. ration and pen. relieves any infl., Sloan's Li- - remctty lors.r It mil... .1. - . L u f. ))e ,,m, , . 1 Jtwaj,,,,. ... ti '. ' "I , gestion.andredu rj ton. ,w,r a ;, .Here's ther Mr. L Uoust . , Proof. IwJM. i! IT J IMS present m,w u " tf. p bric-a-bra- slipped and HI t I ictuined In four o'ekx k I col it in mw i n.ni liter and purJiSKj -a ii lt 'r i -' Jlt u... a Sloans Linim and hind ss uiiul" ued It fire cr tlx tfaM More I went lo beJ, t i I was able tiK taw.!k:j 6i chbj fi to. hnv-los- t II I e: -- -- c C" run I.,. nt prr BBB1 dsfttib ! " f ' 1 i.a 1 pu-s- , - ' r5r,:.-- cnlf,M SI'. WK . ! trr m.i Dr Earl S. Slots, Bates, Xui UJi. A 1 CAf.D wisn 10 say inai i m. i Deis nna fil ' .. ,MM I uaii' 1.1... t U t .nan Furnttur. (. 1. 11 , t it. I l.itlni tvm II i H l4 ii ! lit 11,141 I, ,17 lilttlU. I. o ti i . I L. rn tutlon and end- - uur stock. If possible Call nnd st inc O Schmidt Just one in Wc nrc Agrnti br the OLDEST Insurance They are corrp been here I er. Ii your tr Ti C!onipnnics - to-w- ooooooooooooO in Hickman 3 1. Inn lit r'r rr. I - 't - T tf ' e F i.itS loundi to thsrk Do it Noy R. T. TYLER, Agent ooooooooooooO lt "Sure Cure" IFam I Loans ! lug-roo- will mnke T arm ban Obion on lands locntcJ in CounTcnn.. nnd in Pulton of 5 per ty. Ky.,nt tlicwtc cent per nnnum on kw nrst of $2,000 or iire on improved farms. clnss the Forty per cent of farm will full vlnuc of n on loaned. Loans made r fiftv acres of t farms ui more on five vrar. . nnd Wcnklcv Counbei, Tht U- .lonned on payment macu -: of payins same after any making year in full or de8ize partial lament of sired at intervals ye month, after one from date of loan, imWj one iPRADLlN Aimrnev-a- t I Law' I Union City, Tenn.