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The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. Grease the Rxles ot Your Wagon, Old Man, and WIGLE no. :ib ffnt nMB ni IN WE8TBRN KlINTOOIT HJIIT MPER " let's HO.a-lH- Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH ,10, 1910. CSTABLIBHKB'IHTHE 1EAB 18BO fc3 Assessed Valuation Of the Property of Fulton County as Shown by The Official County "Records, ? S0D in it. SUBDIVISION ? Fined in Hickman Will soon have 18 houses Lots are going like hot cakes. Let me sell you a lot or a house and lot on easy terms. This is your chance to own a home. Do not put it off or you will never have one. I have houses to rent. See me at the Oil Mill Office, 1 Below wo give tho readers of tho Courier tho assessed valuation of. the various kinds of property In Fulton county, as taken from, tho rccapltula- . tjon sheet furnished by County Clerk S. T. Iloper: Amount ot notes secured by mortgago Amount of other Notes ' 1215265 128290 , 18480 30280 Amount of Accounts Amount ot Cash on hand Amount of Cash on Deposit In Hank 67690 700 t X Phone No. 7, or 173 II G. B. BOND NEW LEE LINE BOAT. Amount of Cash on Deposit Amount ot Cash on Deposit Amount Number Number Number Number Number with other Corporations Amount ot all other Credits or Money , 200 with Individuals 4680 at Interest 20126 of Stock not paid on by Corporations 2084110 Acres Land 113574, value ' 1305915 City or Town Lots 1993. value G, value 500 Thoroughbred and Standard Stallions 175 Thoroughbred and Standard Geldings 2, valua Thoroughbred and Standard Mares and Colts 27, vliluo.. 3150 Number Stallions ot Common Stock 12, value Number Geldings, Number Mules and Mulo Colts 1895, valuo 1375 Marcs, Colts of Common Stock 2304, value . 1503C0 . 129775 2775 125. 80 680 Number Jacks 12, value Number Jennets Number 1, valuo -- 4 Registered Dulls 3, value Number Registered Cows and Calves 42, valuo . . . Number Dulls, Cows and Calves, common stock, 2096, value Number Sheep 3812, valuo Number Hogs 9432, value .. '.. 38270 10364 36128 22826 220 Cof)ti(ht llirt ShifTntr U Mr YOU all-round will be certain of being well dressed if you your clothes in this store; certainty of style, quality, of fit, and of general s! certainty of satisfaction are some of the things we deal in, all-wo- Value of Agricultural Implements Value ot Products for Taxation ol Number Wagons, Carriages, Automobiles, Vehicles, Etc., Value of Slaughtered Animals Value ot Sates Household and Kitchen Furntturo value Value ot Manufacturing Implements and Machinery Value ot Pianoforte and other Musical ...... 37154 270 v 820 Tho Lee Lino Company will put their new purchase, the Steamer Rees Lee, in the St. Louis Memphis trade, leaving Memphis on her initial trip Friday and arriving at Hickman, Saturday, March 12th. Tho Rees Leo was formerly the Steamer S. S. Drown, which was built by the J. H. Sons Co., Pittsburg, nt a cost of 125,000, for tho Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Co., to be operated between Memphis and Vlcksburg. The steamer was named after Capt. Sam S. Drown, who was then president of the Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company. After his death, the boat became the property' of his estate, and was sold by the executors of his estate to the Leo Line people. The Rees Lee Is one of the best known and fastest steamers plying the Mississippi, having a steel hull, 225 feet long and CO foet wide, with a carrying capacity of 1,200 tons, and Is equipped with engines of the most modern type. Cabin accommodations on the steamer 'are unsurpassed, being of excellent design and finish, with accommodations for 200 145860 25805 20770 2875 60 1855 3425 6570 305 1160 9465 ' Instruments Valuo Haw Material to be used In manufacturing Hart Schaffner fine & Marx Value of 1'alutlngs clothes. We want you to feci entire confidence in coming to us for things to wear. fy We intend that our store, nnd our name, shall be n guarantee to you of satisfaction ; that whatever you buy here shall be right. Number ot Volumes In Libraries 359, value Number Diamonds 47, valuo '.. Valuo of Watches and Clocks Valuo ot Jowelry Value of Sliver, Gold and Platod Waro Value ot Steam Engines and Hollers Number of Steamboats, Sailboats, etc., 4, valuo Value of Patent Rights Present valuo of Annuities and Royalties Valuo of, Ilrlck, Stony and Dulldlng Materials Number of Stores 138, value of Stocks Valuo ot Property held for another Valuo ot Property not mentioned above afternoon. Phone 19, or leave your laundry at his headquarters Puqua, Helm & Go's, store. Sho sewed a button on my coat. For I was far from mother. "Tls such a thing," she said to mo, "As I'd do for my brother." Willis Wilson Is agent for the O. K. Laundry, Fulton, Ky. lie will call for your laundry Monday or Tuesday H That's one of the things about Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ; when you get that name in your suit, you know it's all-wo- 875 250 1250 7750 and all right in every way. sitting there, quickly stopped and kissed her. "Tls such a thing," I said to hor "As I'd do to my sister 1" , I Sho was so pretty We want you to see the new spring styles now; get in early, and pick out the best things. We've got a lot of fine stuff besides clothes to show you, too. .... 262905 2550 18950 FOR SALE: About 75 bushels ot best oats at 65c per bushel at my c farm. HENRY MANGOLD. 37-3- p U S8 Suits $ 8.50 to $25 1 Other makes $ 0 to $ 1 1 5 . This store is the home of I r Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes SMITH & AMBERG Harmon 2084110 Total assessed value of Lands ' . 1305915 Total assessed value of Town Lots.-..475711 Total assessed value of Personal Property Personal Property not listed above . . 949417 Total assessed valuo of Amount ot Exemptions on Household and Personal Prop'ty.. 251168 4563935 Grnnd total ot all property less exemptions 21 years ot ago 3149 Males over From July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1908, the commonwealth's attorney collected as his commission In this judicial district the following sums In each county: Ballard, 1240.75; Carlisle. $370.71; Fulton. $596:57; Graves, Hickman, $596.67. making a total for that year of $3,473.55. Slzo taken Into consideration, it seems that Ballard county gets oft mighty light or Fulton county has had her leg pulled In good shape. 5; to lead. d llnrmou will bo tho Kmoeratlo nominee for presl-nnGov Marshall, or Indiana, ' Pro' alily occupy tho second place Hoe iket," U the forecast or Col '''a S Tomliiuon. ot Birmingham, Ul 1 "1 Tomllnson Is a member of ' I mocratlc iinllonal committee. don't think Bryan will bo a can- Ma,C' CUIltlUUCd Col. TOIUllllMII, c 1 ('.' JuUboij "although of course lio ban to bi takNeither Is Mayor en Ui account rjaynor a probablo candidate Tlio parly that wins In tho next election must convince tlio people Hint It Is sincere In Its deslro lo bo rid of the bouse. That Is Hughes' strong point In the Republican party. Ho Is "bust Iiik" up the bosses und Is one of tlio strongest men on tho horizon. O you In every respect. I know I can In the quality of tho goods, Don't forget that I will have my Ambcrg Favorlto Sugar Houso Jlolus-sehi all size cans for this summer and will prove Just as good as they wore In barrels during tho wluler. I am agent for the Oliver Typewriter Company. J. L. AMDERO. Enrolled Militia Children between 6 and 20 years ot ago Number of Studs, Jacks nnd Dulls for which service Average 'rate charged tor above Pounds of Tobacco raised during the seasou Pounds of Hemp raised durlug the season Tons ot Hay raised during the year UushelB of Corn raised during the year Ilushels ot Wheat raised during tho year Uushels ot Oats raised durlug tho year ....ft Number Acres Wheat raised durlug tho year Number Acres Corn raised during tho year ...t Number Acres Meadow raised during tho year Number Acres of Woodland Number Acres Tobacco raised during tho year Number Dogs over four months old '. 25 1979 Is charged.. 10 $28 Lowe Brothers Nigh Standard 393589 34335 4279 a , .. 431231 113503 3983 7295 12695 446 12465 965 C71 Liquid Paint Gives Best Results And that is the real consideration results not price per gallon. d to one-ha- lf Covering results more square feet covered. Wear-resul- lj Two to three years longer 'service, and surface left in good condition for new painting. Nothing better in Hickman or Ful-to- n County. Prices are right, too. one-thir- o NOTICE. With my groceries on and after WHY NOT TRYT tho 8th of this month, I will bundlo a general Huo of Ilardwaro llko tho Popham'a Old Aiuborg establishment used to -ASTHMA REMEDY have, and you know tho old saying: Cl'e prompt and positive relief In "What you can't find at Amborg's, caie. Sold by druggists, you need not go elsewhere, us bo Price U. Trial package by will have what you call for." When m,U' 10c- lu need of Hardware or Groceries, Mffl. Co., Prop., Cl.velind. call and see mo beforo you purchase elsewhere, us 1 think I cuu pleaso nn "W A fine barn owned by Walter Rld$-wafour miles east of Fulton, wn Two tmiloi burned Krlduy night. were burned to death, and a new wagon and a quantity of hay and corn were also destroyed by tho flame. Mrs. Sarah Kimberlln, ono of the highly respected ladles of the county, died Saturday morning after brief illness at her borne near Fulton. Deceased was 82 years of age. Durlal took placo at Liberty church Sunday. Tho above figures wero furnished us by County Clerk Roper, and It can bo readily seen that the affairs ot the county are In excellent shapo. Her warrants are good for their faco valuo and not discounted as aro the warrants ot our sister county Hlckrnau. CowgilPs Drug (Incorporated) Store THE HICKMAN Csrsrs U'tilira COURIER J, D. TO GIVE FORTUNE Bllili INVOLVBS $000,000,000 INTRODUCED IN SENATE. Will Advance Civilisation of United States, Relieve Buffering- and DU emlnate Knowledge. - HOW ABOUT tCopyrlsht. THE 1309) RATS? SNOWS CAUSE FLOODS DAMAOK A LITTLE COLD. Ksntnckjr Llks th Dsw" W. 0. BPEEB and J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietors. r PROPERTY WILL RUN INTO THOUSANDS. TO Ho cUKht n llttio col- dBo the neighbor, As ther pnii,-- .i When UieVhoaVd1 uVi all, 111 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH I ADVANCE, Several Counties Are Already Inun- ' dated, and unless Relief la Sent Out Famine Will Result. Cleveland; fj. Hundreds of. people have been driven from their hornet at Fremont ami other points throughout Northern Ohltf by the floods which steady rain, reached titer a their cllinax Sunday. The damage to proerty will run into many thousand of dollars, and if tint situation Is not relieved by a cold simp or a cessation of the rnln, it Is freely predicted that extreme suffering and destitution will follow In the next few days. At Yoiihgstovtli, Ohio, two of the big gest steel plants in the city are threat ennl by the rising water irf the Ms honing river, along the entire valley o which the water lias spread over the lowlands, driving the farmers from their homes. The Sandusky river It five feel above the danger line at lluryrns, and an im the 500,000 Homeless Cats In Chlcao mense lee gorge lias formed In the heart of the city. The most serious condition are rr DIE IN SNOW SLIDES ported from Fremont, where half the town Is under water, nnd the store have been boarded up by the merchants. SOME INHABITANTS OF MACE At Arkron both the Little and Dig AND LUllKE OET WARNINQ. Cuyahoga rlvert hate left their beds. Practically the whole ot Crawford Two Towns Are Burbd Scores of county ta submerged and It Is feared that In remote point In this and other lloueto Are Crushed Under counties famine may ensue If prompt Tons of Snow. measure of relief are not taKen. are Wash. Twenty-fou- r KNikane, knoun to be dead as the result of the LAW IS ABOVE GOVERNMENT snow slides of Monday In tbe mining district of Northern Idaho. Senators Not Too Exalted to He Sued To the nineteen known to hale Hsya Justice Wright. In the snow slides nt Mare and Washington. Justice Wright, In the iiurke, Idaho, aro added three more, Supreme Court of the District of Col who died In u similar disaster when the umbia, Monday ueclded that the court Hill Mliilug acted ramp of the Carbonate entirely within It authority lomjuny at Multan, Idaho, was de- when It issued the writ of mandamus stroyed. Two rnore were killed at Dor ordering the joint committee on print set, Idaho. ing of Congress to show cause why It The fight against time aud cold at should not consider the bkt of the Val Mare and at Iiurke lias been waged lty Palter Cominy of Hulyukr, Man. bravely and persistently by the little In a decision which lie took two hour army of men who hoe to find under to read, Justice Wright declared that the heaps of ruin in the ravine some to have refu.nl to Issue the mandamus who Lave escaped death. because tome of the inrons aued occu The rescuers have dug frantically for pied the exalted position of senator many hours, abl hvery available "would hate been to betray the law, bodied man has been prrssed Into er o man In this country la so high that he Is higher than the law," declared Jus vice, old men and boys joining the re cue forces. lice right, the gmtrntnent of tbe United States Is less than tho law ALLOW TWO DREADNAUGHTS What Is there in the exalted tsnltlon of a ncator which prevents any citlicn from laying what he believes to b all One Repair Ship, Two Collier, Four Injury before tbe bar of justice Bubmariea Provided. Whether the senator appear In court Washington. The construction of the at this atage of the proceedings the justwo drendnatighU of 27,000 tons each, tie declared Is Immaterial of design similar to tbe two battleships The jurisdiction ot the court. Justice now building, waa authorized Tuesday Wright declared, waa generally recog-by the house committee on naval affairs. nited, cominouly understood and long The bill to be presented In the boute exercised, having been conferred by variout act of Congress. Ilsferring to by Chairman Fosa will carry an appro priation for each of these battleships of tne absence of tbe senators who d (lined to appear In court cr be repre 13,832,311, tbe total amount, it is rati mated, that ran be expended in one year sented, the court saldi 'Tbe progress of the affair of jus in their construction. program The full construction for tice In such cases it neither to tie avoid ed nor obstructed by the absence of re in 1011, decided on by the committee, spondents, nor doe any part of It ad eludes, besides the, two battleships! Four submarines, at an estimated cost ministration depend upon their pres ence. , of about 1300,000 each. lor the construction of these, a total of (800,000 is appropriated. RECEIVER FOR TEXTILE MILLS Our rrpair snip, for which a total ap propriation of 1973,300 it made. Louisiana and Mlttlsslppl Company Two fleet colliers, estimated cost Hat 90,000,000 CapltaL 000,000, for which the total appropria New Orleans, The Textile Mills tion is carried. The total authorization for new con Corrioratioii, capitalized at $3,000,000, and which owns and operates the cottou struction iu 1911 Is about $20,000,000. The appropriations made aggregate $13,- mill at Wesson, Miss., ami tho big Ma ginnls and Lane mills In New Orleans, 744,112. The bill will carry about $114, was placed in the hands of receivers 000,000 for maintenance of the navy making the lotnl navy ap Monday In the Federal court on the pe nnon ol the (lencral r.lcctric Company propriation for 1011 about $130,000,000, at compared with $133,000,000 for 1010, of .New lorfc, which hat a claim of $4,407.03. The allegations in tbe petition are that the concern hat mortgagee on CAN NOT TAX POLICY LOANS Its properties In Louisiana and Missis sippi, has a Hosting debt of $30,00 and New Orleans Loses Case Against will not !i able to meet tbe March divi dends on ita bond. That the concern New York Life Co. in financial difficulty for two Washington. That the aocalled hat been for lack months, of working capital, the "policy loans" or "premium Hue note atringeney of the money, the low iirlce loans or Insurance, companies are not liable to local taxation was decided ol manufactured goods, and the fiuctuMonday by tho Supreme Court of tlvo atlng price of raw cotton have contribu United States, The question came up ted to the predicament. in the case of the parish of Orleans 3,000 Greet Wetton. and the city of New Orleans sgnintt Albuouernuc, N. M. Five thousand the New York Life Insurance Company. The local tux authorities levied a tax persont gave Edward Pa) son Weston a on the agreements between insiiiuiiro hearty greeting when he arrited at Monday, after walking twenty-fcompanies nnd their iwliryhnldcrs, tin miles from IXimlla. Weston re iler which the companies advanced to our their hoMcra the reserve value of their turned hi Journey, declaring he would In the cuss of the New York reach New York a week uhend of his jiollcies. Life Insurance Company it was sought schedule, thus earning a purse of 8.1,300. to tux ajfi cements that totaled $309,000. or $300 for each duy he lowers hit tched-ule- . i lie company brouglit the suit In the United States Circuit Court for the Hogs Over $10. Eastern District of Iou!laiia to enjoin the rolleitlou of the tux. That court Pittsburg, Pa. Live hogs sold here held that the jwlley loans were not loans 'ridny at tho ttock yards for $10.03 per in the ordinary sense of the term, but hundredweight, hating crossed the Civil rather partial and anticipated settle- War lln yesterday. Price are ttill exments by tho company of its ultimate pected to soar, according to loeal buy lisbility under the policies to its policy, ert and sellors, on account of the for holders. tog ou the market. Ho cnught a llttio cold (rvk. postofSca m Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mall matter. A mnn's conscience seldom troubles him as much ns tha corn on his little toe. With "sharks' moo. language Indorsed, slonf; should becorao mlchly com At this iscnson of tho yenr the nboll tlon of tho liouso fl seems compara' lively easy. Terhnps tho shirtwaist milkers' Btrlko Is but n lead for tho abused shirtwaist buttoners. ' It Is said to bo posslblo to Bo to the ' north polo by aeroplane. However, th?ro aro a lot of plcnrsantcr 'places to ' which to go. New Jersey collected last year' hunters' licenses, ' and tho game they got was worth JCt.SO. 000 Peanuts cannot be eaten In St. Louis' trolley cars unless tho peanut- tcr carries away tho shells. One recipe, for getting popular Is to to bo ablo to laugh heartily when somebody tells nn old story. bill Introduced In the VasMtiRton. fn tne sonute rrpiiinr riiurso of bulne-Wrdneidsy by Senator I'alifnger of New Hampshire mealed the mod stupen Join work of phlhuithrophy in tho his tory of the world. The author of the bill John 1). Hook cfeller and it Imolvcs the absolute gift from the 'srr.it fortune which Standard Oil ha 'built up for him of nt least $500,000,000 and perhaps more. The bill of incorporation name It the Itockofellcr foundation. In the early summer of 1'JOtJ .Mr, Hock cfellcr snt on a great atone bench in tho park of the chateau at Coniplrgne, In France a bench, by tho- way, on which Napoleon Ilnnaparte had friiiuentlr sat y hours and calmly die and mused cussed the criticism and abuse Hint had been heaped upon him at home In Amer ica. "Why do you never reply 1" I him. He grew silent and for about five mln tites his gaze rested on the distant hills At length he sighed deeply and laying Ms hand ou my knee, said with a curi out ring in 'hi oice: "My friend I don't mind liclng mtsun derstood I don't mind what they say about me. I know, and some day they will,, know me better than ther do now, It may not "be until nfter I am dead; but thcyWilt. understand me, respect, It even may be, love me. I can wait. A 1 to serious trouble Vo v"fS " cold In twenty-fou- r hours .m tors it enuoh it,., ,t9 ounces of Olycerlne, h Virgin Oil of Pino compc tlltht ounce. r.f yuiu l .jil- V 'U4 T enspoonful every four h -'ura v t buy these at any good rtr.,K ad. Neglect of a couth i fV laallymlxthctnlnalarg, Premature M Tho sick man selicj t.t In his feeble grasp, i ieaso toll mo the flepentince, v. J b"4 a nit! A Humanitarian Propose! to Polton dear!" "Perfftrllr" vn. wiiiiam!'- - cried h i . all tlcllt at In.,- I " "If (I i and tno doctor asturct u3 , will . 'Is ho abantiilnli. . w -l- si; it'l ' 311 J.3 u" , PEACE OFFER REJECTED OVER 100,000 UNION MEN WILL WALK OUT SATURDAY. Means War to the 'Knife Directors Declare Directly Thoy Will Not Abitrate. Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Tran sit Company Tuesday flung absoluto de fiance into the fnee of the merchants, who want peace became their pocket books are being aiiueereil to the extent of a quarter of a million a tlayi the mln isters. who want liarmnnyt ami the pub- lie, nhieh has sore feet from walking and jarred spines from riding in buck' atcra wagons At a Mecially called meelnjr, the tilrectors issued this statement i 'The company has decided riot to change in any manner and it will not change its attitude toward arbitration It will not arbitrate." That means war to the end, It means that the great strike of 100,000 unionists will occur Saturday; their parade upon city hall will be held Monday. It means that either tbe transit company will con trot Philadelphia to an extent even greater than it ever hat before, or It will go down to one of the most inglorious defeats a corporation has ever met with. 24 Well, then, darling for to m tinrlrnr ll,. .1 . . I said yesterday nbout nu f thnt mortgage. Hell und I muit haro been out of r j 1 rU.oi,,,, " .j," r i ,"v.! What It Mean, Jioooie," atked the t h "what does history ri.rart that In tho country a j. somo of tho nottlers d,d 1 i 1 'Til, "Jl a over their heads' "It means that In f r woman couldot afford an; ow hata!" , , 'xl ttt id- l - SHOULD STUDY HYGIENE. Tho sun Is now moving northward, It but It Is not doing It helter-skelteis very cautious and, orderly. Educators Recognize Value of Modi cal Supervision, Indianapolis, Ind. "Few children to Tho first commercial gyroscope rail ruad In North America Is being con day know how to work profitably. Whether this is the result of the recent structed In British Columbia. ibcrntions from a former stnte of strniglit-lnccdiscipline or vrhetb Butter coma fall another cent or two without sending tho butttcrmak er it is a part of the spirit of the times does not seem clears nevertheless, lack crs over the hills to tho poorhouse. of genuine industry, at well as the in ability to concentrate the attention for a Another reason for tho high prlco reaonnble period of time Is a marked of food Is that formers aro buying characteristic of all children today. This automobiles and they need the laya a foundation which U uusuited for money. future needs nnd tend to produce a nation of intellectual as well at social A Wisconsin professor thinks that dependents." "ho went up In the nlr" may become Such was tho assertion made by Dr. a classic. Already It con be used In Thomas F. Harrington, director of school polite society. of Itoston, in an adderst Weil ncsday nt a meeting of the department This row between benxoato and of superintendent!, held in connection ccetlo acid has a tendency to dis- with the National Education Association. courage the poor consumer from us"Our entire nation seems to be suffer ing catsup of cither sort. ing from a certain widespread nervous irritability, and at the school child It a The Atlantic liners carried last part of the nation, he must necessarily year 1,730,000 passengers of all partake of' the influenco surrounding classes, and all classes were seasick. him, continued the speaker. The sea Is no respecter of persons. The speaker said that medical super vision offers the greatest promise In the A college psychologist declares that efforts to conserve the health of teach anyone can hypnotize himself Into a ers and pupils. trance. The theory Is very likely; It by children was charac Is tho only way to explain somo peo- terized as a great national evil and a ple's actions. cause of much ill health. d g per-ihe- d Memphis Directory CROESUS c- FEED , 4, Contains is to io per -ir ir meet Ihan any oilier rr. J f. marlet No ground hit cr cit 1 Write for pnect arl j JONES & Memphis) ROGERS Tennet Msnulsciursrs Also dealert in CHAIN FP.ED STIFFS l!Y nJ other RUBBER Writ STAMPS :.om. . trlntaachli,sUiiipr4,rcl.lT nttal rsecks. DIXIE SEAL as wben In ne4 ol ratUr GIVES PINCHOT LIE DIRECT. Your nan on es 3 lurajela. Vail oeiltrs (lira tctpa-.-.a- . u) Secretary of Agriculture Never Heard of Dolllver Letter. Washington. The expected clash be tween fiitford 1'inchot aud Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, over the disputed question as to whether or not the sere tnry bad given the former forester per mission to write to Senator Dolliver the letter which resulted in Mr. llnehot'e dismissal, came Tuesday before the 111- investigating committee. Mr. 1'inchot declared that he had div custedthe matter at length with Sccre- ary Wilson, and that he understood his superior hail given him express pcruils- Iou to write to Senator Dolliver. Secretary Wilson immediately took tbe stand and asserted that while he had given Mr. l'iucliot permission to write to depart Senator Dolliver concerning mental affairs," he never did, and never. would have given him permission to write a letter criticising the president of tho United States. Under a almost wholly by the Democratic members of the committee, Secretary Wilson was uncertain ns to just what had pasted between himself and the forester, nnd became somen hat mixed at times as to utt what letters the committeemen were referring to In their rapid fire of questions. The secretary reiterated again and again he never saw or heard of the letter Mr. l'inehot wrote until it was read In the senate. linger-I'inch- and STAMP COMPAIT Tann. Trust Rid;., MempMs, Ttsn. 3raughon's Krol4. 104 Practical COLLEGt NitttV4 Mcr. aookteevttit'. Btaitu. MxmiaaJ TnnA n4 OrtUm llaalnrw Iboccxj uartL Otilr methods ncp: jed Wjm l'anDltrat;tix PROF. W.T. DAVIS, . Main Strstt. Mmls r That aeroplane of Worcester, Mass., will bo ablo to create n greater sensation when he makes those alleged 200 to flights in broad daylight. record-breake300-mll- e Automobiles Ae.entt for B M F "jo t and F.isim JO, alto bargains la tecrs- - fcisJ cia TAX HITS TEXAS HARD. ,800 File Reports With Federal Revenue Department. Austin, Tex. Thero are 8,000 cor porations in Texas amenable to the fed eral law passed last year requiring them to fllo on or before March 1 of the pres ent year Inventory of property earnings, profits, etc., with a view of making the same subject to a federal corporation tax. In compliance with this law, 6,800 have filed their report with the federal revenue department up to midnight on Tuesday. The missing ones are sup posed to be defunct corporations whose names have not been taken off old ttato tax rolls. It is not known how many of these corporations will have to pay 370 Madison Avo., Memphis, McDonald Automobile Co, Tenn. L Henry of Navarre's old battlefield Ivry is under water because of the Trench floods. The historic white plumo would need a pair of oars and a boat hook to match present conditions. f BRU NET'S Writ for comfM cttabf 00 - Toupees, EIILE Hair (Goods, Wigs, W Bt up slot eomi Vibrators Pennsylvania has begun an extensive system of reforestatlou. It will plant 2,000,000 young trees during the coming season. The Keystone state might well lead the wo in this, as it leads tho way In tho destruction of the forests. , 83 North Main St.Momphlt.Tenn. - DRINK CHAMPAGNE GINGER H Clutn ALE faxes on earnings of over $3,000, ns reScience is rapidly taking nil the ports are government secrets. It is esromance out of life. Tho latest Is a timated, however, that more than half mechanical device to determine the of the corporation will have to pay state of a girl's heart towards a bash- some tax, as at least Hint number have SEARCH TRAINS FOR LIQUOR ful suitor. This Is not fair to tho girl, net earnings fn excess of that figure. nor by any means as satisfactory as Danville Prohi Crusade Does to Last way. the good CROW Buld itiij'ltn. WEST-12 N. VsslKlrr4 Ir Front Stroot, Momphls.Tenrw ILL CO. - DELTA FARM LANDSLIDE ROLL GROWS. Extreme. Tho Spanish government has dealt out severe punishment to a number of army officers who made hostile demonstrations before the ofllca of a newspaper the criticism of which on military affairs had given them displeasure. Another proof of tho superior mightiness of tho pen over tho sword. The Number ot Dead May Reach 80. All Missing Probably Dead. F.verett Wash. Tho death list in the Wellington avalanche, where n train loud of sleeping passengers were taken up by a tremendous snow Mide and buried to t a white deuth at the bottom of a canyon, continues to increase. The officials of tbe Great Northern railroad gave out a list of the known dead. Upon this basis the total number may reach 81, before the rescuers reach the bottom of the man of snow uid wreckage. While eight passengers and nine railroad employes are known to be dead, 38 passengers and 29 cmpld.vct of the road are still misting. 1U II road men think few of the misting will bo recovered alive 200-foo- target that was An characterized "unslnkablc" was sent from the Ilrooklyn navy yard to the Phlllpplno Islands, where It was promptly sent to the bottom with two broadsides from the cruiser Charles guns. It cost J 16,000, ton's but this Is a small Item If tho experiment will afford light as to methods by which ships and targets may bo Hiado absolutely unslnkablo. six-Inc- h Danville, Ky, The recent raids on blind tigers" in Daiiville ami vicinity have resulted in more than ten arrests, with convictions in 153 cases and fully a hundred more to be tried. Fines already assessed for violation of the liquor laws aggregate 'J,000 nnd work House sentences amounting to '.',000 days have been imposed. Danville is ono of Kentucky's "dry" spots, uud in the effort to enforce the laws even the truins are wutched. When persons arrive who to tho town authori ties bear resemblance to "hootlcggcrt" they are searched before being allowed on the streets. Private ilasks are frequently rontlstiited, it ml in cases where the "flash" has been unusually large, the owners have been added to the imputation of the town jail. CHINESE TO STUDV ARMIES. inianli. Urn UM ul Kmi aiw Me.MATH JOII.S!Tll. Jiewi" IS MjkIIx.ii SEEDS Itt-Uit of oil kinds in ouiK Well for '" " It. II. Ill CIUNAS H.U.Iu btr..l, Aicwi Ntlson's .. 1 ?. lu. i. a .... ' SS IfukU j n,,n..i iourfrIIlBHrslnlcuW,lit in., man, tta -- ' KODAKS'-.flra.,lllta ' Tho prevalenco of high prices tor Tho resfood articles Is worldwide. taurant keepers In Berlin. Germany, are meeting the exigency In effective fashion by cutting down tho portions served to customers Instead of raising tbe rates. Hut these and other facts go to show that complaints of increased cost of living aro not confined to tbe United States. To solve ized country will Lave to be taker 4,000 RENDERED HOMELESS. the problem the facta Jn every civil- iota consideration. Commission Will Visit Japan and Amer ica to Study War Came. Peking. The government has ap Cleveland, 0. At least four thousand persona are now homeless In Ohio at a pointed an army commission to visit result of the Hood which continues to de- Japan and America, Tho commission vastate the sate. Numerous plants have will leave on its mission u mouth hence. been forced to clone down aud hundreds head la Prince Too, the regent's of men and women are out of work. The At ita material duinage is estimated at more brother, und ita secrteary It IJ Ching than $1,000,000, although it will be some Mai, former Chinese minister to Aus time before any defiuite Information ran tria. I.I C'hanir Mai Is a son nf tha 1t Li Ching Chang, the Chinese, statesman be obtained ou this point. Flood Damage In Ohio $1,000,000. Estimated at """ Five Quaktt Recorded. St. Louis.Fivu long earthiunke Co. Attempt Had Been Made to Burn Ken. ihocki were recorded by the seismo ..,,11. slain Mr" graph at St. Louis University Monday tucky Plant. fZlZj;;. ilk a Lcltchfleld, Ky. The distillery of IT. afternoon, commencing at 3i40t43 und VI Ilia Kwl . At U Wilton, at llee Fprlngt, Wat de- continuing until SilHt 10 o'clock. The thockt were long and tlow, ami from stroyed by dynamite Tuesday. This littlllery was recently sold to Charles esit to west, according to Father iallAS?all Ui riles im "" Meredith, who had been warned not to Grocuc, the university attrpuomer, ant KHLEIBLER i,CO,l30S.FrontSt.,"""f operate it. A short time no an at portend, in hit estimation, u tovurv Ml K hock later In the extreme touthwcttciu MEMPHIS lABBEB tempt was made to burn tho plant bj S14 (i4uaits sulkies la portiou of thu globe. tho use of oil. DYNAMITE DISTILLERY. JtWselisd HumI Tsnls. CWU.d Its. Tl HI' sua n parulssd. W IM "W" Jones Bros. & Co. 11 -f- W WJ, aWamahis Umbrella Ta-- ... HIDES SS&tVSf COTT tuf JOB PRINTING ZJ The incomo tax amendment to tho Federal Constitution, approved In a corrected rcsolulon offered by Mr. Brooks, was passed by a voto of V to 3 PASS ESTHE HOUSE Tho first step toward tho investigaClinton Btrwt, Hickman, Kentucky. tion of the ofilco of Commissioner ot Agriculture Ilankln was when Representative Owing offered a resolution, DHYS" HOPE TO SQUEEZE which was adopted, authorizing tho SENATE, OUT "WETS" ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.- .commlttco on agrlculturo of this ARE NOT IDLE. house to Investigate the condition ot That we offr to depoltorfi. tho department of labor and statisOther Itdncemnti are of Mcondary Importance. SCHOOL ACT IS ALSO PASSED tics. The resolution sets out tho fact that It has been charged, that politics has been Injected Into tho Stato FarmUpon this Guarantee we Stlicit Your Patronise. Provides that Permission Must Be.OH ers' Institute, and the commlttco is talned from Voters of District 'ifl directed to Investigate this condition. Tho bouso passed tho bill of J. S. Which Institution Is to Da L J. A. THOflPSON, Cashier. UUCMANAN, President II. Steer, providing for tho caroful handcated. DIRECTORS ling ot gasoline In uniform tanks, prohibiting tho uso of tanks for oil, C9 3.3. C. Bondugnt, O U. ThrelV.ld 3. XT. Atetaa&t, Buchanan. jj. Isler, Frankfort, Ky. With a "hip and rt to C. Dr. . M. Hubbard. T. A. Led'ord. hurrah," tho county unit bill passed! ScnatorMark Kyan, of Loulsvlllo, saw tho Iioubo by a voto of C3 to 28, and his bill making the members ot tho will bo sent to tho senate. Tho sup- LoulSrlllo board of waterworks eligiporters of tho bill have not tho samo ble to succeed themselves In ofilco enAND QUICKEST WAY TO THE hopes that It will paw tho senate as acted 20 to 0. It also provides that It did tho house. By parliamentary tho maximum amount of rofundlnff tactics, however, tho bill may bo put bonds may bo Increased by 1500,000. on Its passage, and then It Is likely Senator Catlctt's bill to pay Jurors tbnt It wilt bo passed, but tho wets summoned for scrvlco, but not acwill not bo Idle. cepted, was passed, 25 to 0. Tho rules commlttco called from The bill of Senator Thomas providtho orders of tho day 11, 11. 347 J. W. ing for a board of forostry and apLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Holland To regulate tho establish- propriating 120,000 to establish tbo ment of Industrial schools. Tho bill department, was passed practically amy ihai humei nit mth provides that beforo any school, col- without opposition. lege or Institution Is established, perSenator Combs offered a bill approTELEQHAPH TELEPHONE OUMIERUNO mission to operate such an Institution priating not exceeding $30,000 to pay must bo had by tho legal voters In tho tho "Taylor soldiers" who performed precinct In which such institution Is scrvlco in Frankfort during tho 1900 sought to bo located. Tho provisions session of tho general assembly. . . . IIM STOOK IS COMPLETE AMI . . . Gdv. Willson sent to tho senate his of this act do not apply to cities ot tho first, second, third or fourth class appointment of W. G. Munn, of Louis-or to schools, colleges and Institutions ville, commissioner for tho Stato Instialready In existence Tho bill was tution for tho Ullnd, to succeed the passed by n voto of 63 to 7. This bill lato Daniel Mills. will prevent tho establishment of tho Governor Favors Income Tax. Goods. "Lincoln Instltuto" In Shelby county In favoring a stato Incomo tax Gov. of Helnz's If It passes tho senate. Food Willson says: "Wo collect taxes as In tho house, as a minority report tbo contribution of each taxpayer for Coffees Chase & from tho commlttco on suffrage and tho protection and caro of the state, & ot GROCERIES, Call oa or telephone a when lu elections, Col. it. D. Hunter, of "Wi- and thoso who havo Incomes havo FRE3H MEATS or FKEDSTUFrS. nchester, submitted a favorablo roport something to contribute from. Tho on tho Graves bill, granting women best way Is for each ono who has an Telephone 6. 3 Dcliveriea. limited suffrago In school matters. Incomo to givo his part or tltho. Tho minority roport was defeated by While they who havo property, but a voto of 43 to 37 In effort to substi- bury tho talent In tho ground and tute It for tho majority report. mako no incomo, should bo pushed to Senate bill No. 77, tho Thomas bill, work and mako an Incomo by taxing providing for tho parolo and Indcter-mtnat- o their ldlo property and burled talents, sentence, passed by a vote ot tho bulk ot taxes will always bo paid 60 to 20. out of our Incomes, no matter on what To Pay State's Dills. property laid. Tho stato government Representative Carter offered a res- needs tho money. Tho federal govern olution, seconded by Holland, that ment, which has already tho power -0 Houso 1111 4C9, originated by tho rules under which It collects over commlttco, authorizing tho Issuance every term of congress and aWTABLISHED 1836. of Interest-bearinwarrants to pay which collects from Kentucky for tho claims against tho state, bo taken federal government millions of dol TOM DILLON, Sr., Proa. from tho orders ot tho day and placed lars more every year than tho atatc (Scciior to D, C. Ramage, deceased.) upon Its passage. An amendment was collects for Its government, does not offered by Carter providing a flat rato need more. Why not, then, enact a , of Interest of 5 per cent, saying this Kentucky Income beforo was to prevent warrants being split docs It, and pay our debts In Into small amounts, which amendment stead ot borrowing money or standing was adopted. Tho bill was passed by off the creditors? Why not tako ad a voto of C2 to 7. vantage of tho wave of acclamation CURBINQ, STONB WORK In tho scnato tho bill providing for for Incomo taxation which prevails? ! all an amendment to tho present libel Will It como any easier for tho fed kinds, IRON FCNCINO. law was passed, creating practically oral government than for our own HICKMAN, l t l KENTUCKY a now statute and protecting tho pa- state? No ono ought to opposo giving pers or publications br a rotracUon. our country power to lovy nn Incomo Wlllsen Dlimed for Lack of Funds. tax If needed to save It In war or oth Arraignment of Gov. W'llbon cr great emergency, but wo are on a for tho fir "squandering" tho state's nioaey national Incomo tax 'Joy-ridhis in war on night riders, federal government whether It needs Davidson nnd for tho alleged breaking up It or not nnd no matter what wo pay of tho First regiment in Louisville, already. Let us seize on this best AT for tho purposo of "swinging" tho re- chanco of all to pay our debts and cent municipal election In favor of ralso ovorybody's salary but thoso forformer Mayor Grinetcad, aro two fea- bidden by tbo constitution." tures of tho report submitted by SenChinn After Brown's Scalp. ator U. M. Taylor, chairman of tho Asserting that he never gives up a commlttco on military affairs. Tho report of tho commlttco says It was fight, Col. Jack P. Chlnn, of Harrods-burg- , Btst In Hickman. Hot and ooli a member of tho house ot repombarrassed by tho ralluro of tho olecirto Hunts and fan, baths) rTT'TTTSS. stato examiner to havo Inspected tho resentatives, who is causing tho inhydraulic chair and everyUilaf department of adjutant general. Tho vestigation of tho Frankfort penitenfor comfort. McCutchcon, Ky. commlttco began by setting out that tiary, called thoHarvey board, to one Clluton Strwt, nickman, prison 5389,000 has been spent on tho stato chairman ot (Manl In two .years, S1S9.000 ot it for sldo In tho lobby ot tho Capital hotel, Nazi door to Jones' Cat. actlvo militia, practically tor tho and stated that he Intended to deOFFICES: "night rider" trouble. Ono Item was mand tho legislature either to fire Col. HlcVmin, IJy.-O- ver CowglU'a &rvg 110,000 to a Hppklnsvlllo liveryman lill II. Drown, Jr., a mombor of the store. for horso Hire. It sets out that the board, cr that the legislature InvestiA. J11'' Tnn. la militia was sent into 34 counties, and, gate him, and It his charges aro inbulldlrjf. by admission 0f Gov. Willson, Into correct or false, to expel hlra from practically .all of thera without request that body. Col. Chlnn bad just mado tho statement that every warden and of tho local authorities. Tho commlttco declares this action of tho govern- deputy warden was mado to hand In or to bo a "flagrant v(platlou" of tho Ills 'signed' resignation before ho took that ho constitution and tho bill ot rights, say- bis oath of olllce, so ceremony. could be Splendid Selection . . ing that ho sent troop In some In- discharged without Gov". Willson submitted to tho asstances without tho nocosslty of It, Both city and farm propsembly n messago recommending tho and without ever ascertaining tho New 4 cent bonds for'?500,-00erty at roasonablo prices. need therefor from tho civil authori- Issuance of per tho proceeds to be used for paying ties. Condemning what it termed tho yon have real estato for If past duo appro"night rider outrages," the commlttco outstanding debts and tho schools and gifts to ale. let us get you a buyer. says It must more strcngly condemn priations, and Ho also recombeneficiaries. the acts ot the governor for violating other mended the lesuanco of interest beartho plain letter ot the law. Tho com ing warrants at a rato ot not exceedADDRESS: mltteo set out nt great length tho ing 4 per cent for all unpaid obligaCe.11 and ae our stock. on a Woodman tho which tho Realty Co "raid" at Wallonla, Triggofcounty,Worlda tions and gifts toout ot stato, current EverythingHickman Courier lodge by tho Eliall not bo paid detail of soldiers seeking; alleged rectpta or proceeds of sales of tho MaryBereRdes&Company Hickman. Kentucky. night rldors, nnd of tho alleged dese- bonds. cration ot Masonic rroporty In that Tho report of tho contest commit-teraid. Tho commlttco recites that tho In tho case ot G. C. Scott against adjutant genoral declined to go Into K. E. Tcnetts was accepted. Tho comthis matter, saying ho wps not on tho ; mittee reported that contesteo was endefensive. The commlttco expresses titled to a seat in tho houso. the opinion that, had tho J1S9.O0O not Tho Dcsworth good roads bill they atk Wt never tire of helping othen when been spent for actlvo militia by tho Placing tbo roads of the state under We can tickle the most governor, tho treasury would not be tbo or agriculture for good Job printing. commissioner People wha so depleted. passed tho senate. exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service com RECEIVER'8 REPORT CONFIRMED. J. T. LETERLEE ELECTED. back for a second serving. Our prlcea are tht Dig Sum Will De Divided Atucng State Board of Forestry, Agriculture most reasonable, too, and you can always de- Creditors of Defunct Company. and Immigration Settles Contest. ... e nrtrra the niott oroiUPt nJiilno J vonr rmnA r.n el jivitu v.. ' d careful attention. Call at this oflioa and look over our lamplea. Ky. It Is exnocted that Loxlncton. Frankfort, Ky. The last chapter (1.000,000 will bo distributed nt oaco of tho State Farmers' Instltuto wha to claimants acalnst tho Southern Mu closed wheu tho stato board ot fortual Investment Co. as a result of tho estry, ugtlculturo mid Immigration confirmation ot the report of ltcooiver met here, and, after boarlug tho In tho contest of J, T. lcterleo I C. Rogers, by tho circuit court Iwrc. -rim Investment conmany failed sev against U U Dorscy, both of JeJTorsou 5i'iS,,Pr Uu olh,r 'Wow. Weddlnf Invitatloas. latter beadi. bill baa, eral years ago, with nearly 3,000 claim- - county, for Uie seat on tho board, Tl"Vt?B1" dodfers. carat, ac, all reche tk sama sareful ttttauml ints residing la every stato of tn was declared elected to rpre batta taaa Him tMcaaaary. FrooipS eWlTary alwajs. ' sent tho Fifth district. Union. larisrs and Merchants Bank COUNTY UNIT BILL CASTORIA Jor Infanta and ChiMrta, 3 ALCOHOL-- AYefltloWc Preparation forAs-similnliiheFoodnndncdula-tin- per cent The Kind You Have Always Bought g rheStomachs and Dowels of Bears the Signature of Promotes Digcslion.Cheerful-nes- s and Rcst.Contains neither Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral Not N ah c otic AW In 8AFE8T fry soiHDrSAMvumara TRANSFER MONEY n u;? r.c Arjcrfecl Rcmcdv forConillpa str.l lion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, fee Worms .Convulsions.revcrisn-ncs- s Kit CI LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of and Use For Over Thirty Years Tire Centauh Company.1. Absolutely THE BEST- Hilllonnlri Canned Varieties Pure m NEW YORK. - Guaranteed under tho FoodaiW aaMaSSMBtoMMBBaHsaaT Exact Copy of Wrapper. HE WOULD DO BETTER. CASTORIA Tmi einrwa anknr, mtm ntm WTT. Sanborn5 Products, and Teas. At Last They've Found a CUREjor Liver Trouble! A! CURE THAT CURES; a liver remedy which not only cleanses and purifies that organ, but energises and vitalizes it without irritating Ledford&Randle SIMMON'S Liver Purifier Chaplain Tommy, I was very sorry to see you in a state of Inebriety last IN HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1 $1,000,-Ouo.00- night. Tommy Sorry, sir. In futuro won't go out when I'm drunk. I flarble and Granite rionuments tax-now- con-gros- ' A Natural Question. James J. Corbctt, In the smoking room of tho Mauretanla, praised the "style" ot Jim Jeffries. "It's a neat style," he said; "neat, quick, to the point. It gets there like the remark of a little girl who said to tho minister, In tho course ot a quite interminable call: " 'Did you forget to bring your amen with you, doctor!'" Oct HnQdml DoUn nmnJ for ur Wi mm oteff cuirh Uiat eumot to cured Dy null CfcUkTrb Cure. A CO. ToIkJo. o. r. J. CnE-VEWe, tht ntwSenljrned. tura known F. J. Chrnrr for ih lut It Tnri. tnd believe him perlreUr honana nsanelafl orable In ell Dullness transaction able W carry out any ohliratloaa made by bis firm. Wauiaa. Kinnan A Marti. Wholesale Drutrlsta, Toledo. O. lull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, aettat directly noon, theblood and mucous surfaces o( the system. Testimonials sent Ires. 1'rlce 71 cents pec bottle. Fold by all Drutxtats. Taa UaU's Family ruis (or coutlpaUoa. YELLOW TIN BOXE8 ONLY And the best cure for constipation known. Tell your druggist you want It; say "SIMMON'S" nnd stick to It. He's got It. If he hasn't he'll get it for you. And it's the one remedy TO get to get rid of Liver Trouble. Eierjvhers, 25c, aad $1 B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, At All Druggists, A Tern Constipation How's This? iStubbs Meet Your Friends Lauderdale's Nearly Every One Gets It The bowels sliow first sign of things going wrong. A Cascaret taken every night as needed keeps the bowels working naturally without grip, gripe and that upset sick ieeiing. 9 AU DENTISTS. Tonsorial Parlors thoworld Ten cent box. week's treatment. druc stores. Illreest seller la mullon boxes month. His Landlord's Reply. "This appears to bo n pretty town. You havo no slow street cars hero." "No, but wo havo a pretty good line boarding of bouses." And mall to the A. II. Lewis Medicine Co., Bt Louis, Mo., and they will tend you free Itheu-tnatls- MGentmaRod tncr ti 1 1 B4 n-inog tor 1 .4 for SMtKhi 47 inch for SaVlacbi Si for arm Proce. UMnch Ioltry ituc U Sold onIdeal tfaya 30 Litub trial. Mro4 spool WlraCl.BS CtaUlorifrM. KITS ELM AN BROS MUNCtC, I NO. 43 tor CUT THIS OUT tX Y a 10 LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE Books, Stationery, Post Cards, aa day treatment of NATURE'S ItKME-D(Nil tablets) Guaranteed for Constipation, Sick Headache, Liver, KJdney and Wood Diseanes. Sold by all Druggists. Better than Tills tor Liver Ills. It's free to you. Writs today. CUauM HAIR as Pmim stasia PARKER'S BALSAMhata. axtfi ta Inxurisuil twaetinat Oragr 7aJU NTr la It a to Hosier Color. Touthful Uslf 3ufM MaJp rtovth. dlMsuu Ansjf foiUoft A scientist claims that hogs have They 1TEMT TOCRIDKA8. Book may bHncTesi Kre. Ksu MK souls, but he probably doesn't mean rAlXnl w.altb. ( tlUgeraia Caw K. Waehlurton.Ija those who occupy two double seats In a crowded railway car. W. N. U, MEMPHIS,- NO. 10. 0, Common Sense Leads the most intelligent people to use only medicines of known compotition. Therefore it is that Dr. Pierce's medicines, the makers ot which print rs every ingredient entering into them upon the and attest its correctness under oath, era dsily growing in favor. No Secrsts. NoOECsmoN. bottle-wrappe- Notions, Etc Tfio composition of Dr. Pierce's clnes Is open to everybody. Dr. Pierco o being desirous of having the search light of Investigation turned fully upon his formula:, being confident that tho better tho composition of these medicines Is known the more will their great cursUvo merits be recognized. Ileing wholly made ot the active medicinal principles extracted from nativ) forest roots, by exact processes original with Dr. i'iercc, and without the use d and chemically pure glycerine being used inof a drop of alcohol, stead in extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing in the roots entirely free irom the objection of doing bara employed, theso medicines are by creating an appetite for either alcobolio beverages or drugs. Bxsmine tho formula on their bottle.wrsppers the same ss sworn to by Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his "Golden Medical Discovery," the great stomach tonio and bowel regulator tbo medicine which, while not recommended to cure consumption In its advsnoed stages (no medicine will do that) yet don cur all those catarrhal conditions of head and throat, weak stomach, torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak lungs and which, ii neglected or badly treated lead up to and finally terminate in con sumption. Take the "Golden Medical Discovery" l tint and it Is not likely to disappoint you if only you give it a tlurtuth and fair trial, Don't expect miracles. It won't do supernatural things. You must exercise your patience and per severe in its use for a reasonable length of time to get its full benefits. The ingredients ot which Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed have the unqualified endorsement of scores ot medical leaders better than any amount ot lay, or testimonials although the latter are received by thousands. remedy Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this or inowm composition, Asi vous NBioiisoss. They must kaow oi many euro) made by it during past 40 years, right In your own neighborhood. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. U.V. Pierce, Pies., lluffalo, N.Y. triple-refinehabit-formin- g blood-purifietime-prove- n Let Us Be Your Waiter SSfi oyI-den- Let-erlc- Heard 19a Will put in your home a 1 JmW On the Streets Plenty of mumpj. Moving pictures Saturday Always Something And Interesting Ne) different night SW"SSssiSSSSBBSiSBSSSSBSI Don't forget to renew your sub scription. Dr. C. W. Curlln mi business . Is In Memphis Combination Edison 0. KOIl SALK: L. Hose. Cow with young calf Stp Moving pictures at the Lyric Wed at this store, something unusual, something Phonograph VISTOO ncsday night. Glvo C. H. Moore grocery business. shire of your Pa "- 03NTX3 DOZEN IlECOIIDH n And if you wish you can make small payment clown Al Fnrls went tn Pittsburg, tills week on business . and then pay SI .A. Until paid for. WEEK BROS. PRES. S. G. LATTA Try our "Whlto Frost Lctterswortli & Frathor. Flour.- The machine plays both two minute and four minute records. Come and Hear the March Records. Telephone that grocery order to Ucttersworth Prsther. Tho rlror stands 40 feet on the Cairo gungo ami Is slowly rising. coming ce, Ky. Every day adds to our already large stock, and we'll soon be ready, as never before, to serve you. Try trading here this Spring with our larger better service, dependable merchandise and fair' prices, we are confident you will find it more pleasant, as well as more profitable: assort-ment- s, FOR SALK: E3IaL.ISONr CARD OF THANKS. Vo wish to thank tho neighbors nnd friends In East Hickman for tho kindness shown us during tho illness and death of our doar wife and sis. ter. Hay God"8 choicest blessings rest upon thorn. W. T. Sudberry. Mrs. Ivle Barkett, Mrs. Bulah Dunn, and Grandmother. Good work ninrc. A. J. Jones, Cay 38p Charming New 1910 Milliner This departnent of our rapidly increasing business has shown the greatest growth during the past year We have gone to considerable exA pense in the improvements of this V department and believe we have the cleanest and brightest salesroom in r: this section of the country. Av lthough prices on this line here advanced greatly during the past year particular efforts have been mark to secure tasty, stylish millinery, at prices within reach of all, and think you will be pleased with the result. Our Opening Dates will be announced soon. ... Mrs. Nlpp, residing on W. A. John ston's place below town, hns pnoii monla. HERE. 8 Island, wns taken to Louisville, this week for plans of tho company with a repre sentativo of this paper. Ho expects medical treatment. to build right on into Hlckmnn If No better candy made than Jacob's. thoy can get tho proper encourage 1 veil It all size packages. Harris, 0 present thero Is only ten at Hickman Drug Co. We sell the best quality wall pa- menL At per and at the lowest prices. Fuqua, miles more of tho road to contract COTTON SEED tho early kind for to bring It into this city, and if what sale by tho Hickman Hnrdwnro Co.. Helm & Co. Mr. Latta considers a reasonable bo- $1.00 a bushel, In sacks. nus, can bo raised, thero will be lit 8UGGESTED A CHANGE. Judge II. T. Davis Is In Frankfort tle delay In filling this gap. Tho a- mount of this bonus and other par this week watching the exciting fintlculars wo will not mention this ish of tho Stato Legislature. Pres. S. G. Lutta, of tho Chicago, ier. If we don't sell Memphis & Gulf Ilnllrond Co., which cost you a cent. Is preparing to extend their lino from Miss Dottle Davidson Tlptouvllle to Illckuian, was In this day from a short visit city yesterday. Nashville . Mr. Latta spout nn hour In tho Fred Haydcn, of No. Courier office and wont over tho List rour real estate with the Cour St, it doesn't returned Tun to friends In week. Mr. Latta will bo hero next Mon day, and Monday afternoon thero will be a meeting at the opora houso for tho purpose of discussing tho matter in detail. All parties Inter ested (and wo hopo this includes overy business man in town) aro re quested to attend this meeting, Hickman needs the road nnd tho road needs Hickman. Make your ar rangements to be present. O i Frank Smith has been sick for sev cral days at Lebanon, Tenn., where ho is going to school, but not serious lr- - FOR SALE: Pair good strong work mules, ISO. Credit until Jan. 1, 1911, Hen or eaay note R. R. Rogers. Dunk Stahr and Irvln Fawlks wero this week for indulging In a fistic each fined JU.CO In Police Court encounter. NEW Tailored Suits Skirts, Waists Coats, Dresses Silk Skirts Dress Goods Wnist Silks Dress Silks Corsets Dress Trimmings Allovers, Laces Embroideries Cotton Goods NEW Oxfords, Shoes Fancy Hosiery Silk Hoie Uundcrmuilin Belts, Brooches Miss Julia Jacksoi orders tho Cou See Fuaun. Helm A Cn for wall paper. ah prices, tc ron up. rler sent for one year to her bro- 0 ther, W. II. Jackson, nt Oklahoma City, Okla. Jack Perhaps you don't like my MARRIAGE LICENSE. style of dancing. Gov. Wlllson Is said to bo contemThe following were granted ll.enso Orme, (in distress) Well, there Is to marry In Obion county1 last week plating tho calling of an extra session rather too much sameness about GIp McDado and Osle Uruco. of the Legislature as soon as tho Er How may I vary It? Brown Galloway and Virginia Cross, present session adjourns. Orme Suppose you tread on my C. L. Harris and Anna Lou Reaves, left foot once in a while. Policeman John Wright purchased J. N. Dobbins and Sadio Cunning' from Judge B. T. Davis a ham. Purity, accuracy and prompt servic E. M. Urummel nnd Lea Annlo rcsldcnco and two lots in West Hick man. Consideration $900. Is the motto of our drug department. Mooro. Hickman Drue Co. E. Dunn and Bertha Gordon. Edwin Fuqua Bpent Wednesday nnd Dill Knight and Myrtlo Cloar. Thursdny In Union City helping out O on tho Some of tho Martin Childers, whose farm is near Hailewoll, is reported to havo Methodist church services next Sun regular workmen aro sick. shot and seriously wounded a man day: Sunday School at 9:45 a. m The Hickman Furnlturn Cn. hn In stealing meat from his smokehouse Preaching at 11:00 a. in. and 7:30 p tock the most complete stock of early Sunday morning. Tho identity m. Quarterly services at one of theso undertakers goods. Let us show you of tho man has been kept a pro hours, at which tho Presiding Elder, whon In need of anything In that found secret so far, .nor Is it cer Itov. J. G. Clark, will preach. Notlco .Hit talnly know how seriously the man will bo given of tho hour of tho Don't fall to attend the meeting is hurt. quarterly conference. All members next Monday afternoon nt the opera are urged to bo present at theso house. Tho now railroad question a "A little better than seems glv will bo put before the peoplo of this fountain service. Harris services. A general Invitation Is on for all to attend. city. at Hickman Drug Co. ck six-roo.N'ewB-Ilannoneces-Ery"8od- Hat and Hair Pins Buttons, Notions Novelties Art Squares, Rugs Matting and Crcx Rugs Linoleums Curtains, Shades SMITH & AMBERG IN MEMORIAM. loving tender blessings. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. Garden Seed! THE BEST LINE IN Goaldor Johnson nnd County Attorney Jaa. Roney went to Lexington this week. They carried four negro boys who wero sent to tho reform school from Fulton. It. H. Johnson received word here Tuesilay night of the death of the ba by of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frunk NY why. .Mr. Newby moved from hero to Slier-wooTenn., only a fow weeks ngo. T. A. Ledford peculiar trouble While ho suffers to bo gradually it. Dr. Ilaltzcr, cialist, is puzzled tho troublo. Is experiencing a with his left oyo. no pain, ho scums losing tho sight In tho local eye speas to tho cause of FULTON COUNTY We have a large line of Bulk Seed-the same line established by C. A. Holcombe. Buy the Bulk Seed you get almost twice as much for J. W. Harued, who has been gutting out handle timber in tho bottom for some time, was a pleasant culler at this offlco yesterday. Ho Is one. of tho owuors of a largo hundlo factory at Adams, Tenn., but expects to movo his family to this city about tho first of next month. Tho Llttroll Confederate pension which hus passed both houses and Is now in tho huuds of the governor, went through In a whoop, nearly all tho Republicans being enthusiastically for It. Under Its provisions Indigent wearors of tho gray and their widows will receive $12 a month. bill your money. HICKMAN DRUG CO. (INCOKPO RATED.) Her husbuud, children nnd aged Mrs. Hugh (nich is cn tb i Tho angel of Death entered our grandmother aro heartbroken, but It list. our will only bo midst and claimed for Its tlctlm for a little while, llow Clarence Williams n1".' Surnlv is beloved wife and sister, llebecra Lcn In humble submission, for (1ml moves Cnyee. Sudberry, In a mysterious way. It will only bn Miss Kthol Kdmistun wa In ''ul ' She was born Fob. 27, 1SS2, nnd a little while until you will meet In shopping Monday. died .March fi, 1910. On Oct. 13, 11)01, a brighter world than ours. Ix'sllo Johnson got .us arm brol-- s Bho was mnrrled to W- T. Sudberry. laHt week, but Is get una aing ni"'" At tho ago of fourteen yours she k'lif., Mrl ill.li: II - tuMBl Ml. professed faith In Christ and united Tho Improvements In tho millinery b,!' In the Mt Zn with tin; Methodist church. All that department of Smith Amborg'sblK relatives a dovotud husband, loving grandmoth- rtoro certainly make It ono of tho hood. Miss Lillian Kdinlsinn tt. ni-- J er, b liters, brother nnd friends could pr ttlest, lurgvst and best nduptcd Mond. do for her In her last Illness was departments of tho kind to bo found box supper at Voodlnn night. In vain. done, but In tho state. Not only lias tho floor isnd.r Mr. and Mrs. Hubert We havo called her name but she space been Increased ' almost double, answered not; wo havo ministered but Mr. AmberK says they will In- Wednesday fur Los Ahkmake their future boimunto her earthly needs; wo havo crease tho stock this year proportionW. A. IMinlston and '"' bathed her form In teurs, but nlas! ately, which means it will bo hard Hat MM loft Tuesday for Hhk-irthe great 1'hyslclau lias taken her to beat. In this department this sea positions whom they havo Into his caru and keopliiK. son will bo .Miss Molllo Ilourue, Miss " Mrs. Chnrlle Ilonduraiit aim No moro pain, no more migiilsh, no Null lingers and Mrs. C. Adams. Myrtle Iliirnett, vil"d r,u'"" Vlss Inoro parting. Hut in the resurrec days i tion wo will be a reunited family In Thomas Collier i'lntt, formerly U. lu Hickman n few (ho kingdom of God. S. Senator from Now York and for Mrs. Kra Ilonduraiit rn.rni There's a vacunt placo In our af- many years u Nutlonal figure In Re- homo In Sharon. Tenn affr ' iccob fections; a vuenut chair nt tho fire- publican M)lltlcs( died tit his apart- to relatives here. She was side; a new mado mound at the ments In Now York City Sunday af- led homo by her moth- r Mrs Miirchlson. a crown of glory In Heaven ternoon. o ull theso belong to Lena. paper to An Item elsewhere In this the As a Chrlstluu she lived us a m m mater, a farwr of tho effect that Miss Ilonnlo Carpencounty. a Christian she died. ter had returned to Nashrlllu Is er. end of tho Monday Sbo always spoke a kind word to 150.00 In Fulton, roneous. overy one, over ready to comfort tho 0oskl.-- U ; Deputy Sheriff Kob bereaved, counsel tho erring and bless Miss Irene urlffoy begun teaching Mrguest of his sister, (lie righteous, Her sisters and broth- u private school near Jordan 1 ter, at llrownwood, er will miss her helpulg hand mid u- ' . com-etor- t"w From cibout Our Shoe Department OUR STANDARD Us Fulton County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Tho following suits hnvo been filed In tho office of Circuit Clerk J. W. Morris since our last report: Henry Calllaon vs. N. C. k St. L. Suit for damogos. Plaintiff wan carried by his destination and wan refused transportation back. Ho wont to Schoffner, Tenn., first of tho year. J. W. Norman vs. J. V. Slaydcu. J. It. aruhom vs. Mrs. W. S. Suit on account. Franklin Dry Goods Co. vs. Mrs. W. S. Edwards. Suit on account. Frank Perry vb. Ed Goodrich. N. G. Morris vs. 1), F. Chambers ct nl. Suit 011 noto. N. O. Morris vs. J. V. Trlbble ct al. Suit on noto. Mrs. 8. P. Shelton vs. Mrs. Annlo llayden. Suit on note. M. M. Pique vs. N. C. & St. Is. It, 11. Suit for damages. Piquo refused to pay four cents a mllo as required by this railroad when cash Is tendered as faro and was put off the train. Alice Jnmlson vs. Albert Jamison. Suit for dlvorco. Matrimony proved a failure with this dusky couple. Mrs. Agnes McDowell vs. Jos. P McDowell, Suit' for dlvorco. This is the only dlvorco that has been filed by white people slnco the last term of court. J. 1. Jennings vs. Inez Henderson ct al. Suit for division of Innd. N. O. ...orris vs. It. L. Campbell ct al. Suit on note, C. T. llondurant vs. Annlo Haydcn et al. Suit On mortgago. Mrs. Hay-de- n Is a daughter of W. O. Perry, who until recently, was a resident of this county. Mrs. Magglo Held vb. S. L. Haydcn. et al. Suit on noto. Hondurant & Wilson vs. S. L. Haydcn. Suit on account. C. T. llondurant vs. S. L. Haydcn. Suit on note. Susie C. Ketser vs. Elizabeth Kci- ser ct al. Suit for settlement. Ed Thomas vs. F. G. Green ct al. Suit on note. O. S. Miles vs. Maude Porter et al. Suit for settlement of estate. Frank Totton was arrested this week on on Indictment returned at tho last term of court for fUhlng unlawfully lu Hayou do Chlen. Several were Indicted for this offense by tho last grand Jury but this Is the first k ALWAYS THE HIGHEST OUR STOCK ALWAYS THE LARGEST OUR PRICES ABSOLUTELY Easter Will Soon Be Here Now is the time to get measured for THE LOWEST 'advertisers, the shoes $1.50 are satisfactory that they talk about them. Prices moderate. $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $4.50 the Pair Bradley & Parhnm have the reputation among their customers of having a line of dependable footwear at all times give perfect satisfaction always. Our Spring exhibit of Pumps and Ties embraces all the new Short-Vam- p ideas in modern footwear; the heels arc made to give comfort, and give that desired arched effect to the shoes. We can say, without extravagant use of words, that wearers arc our vcrv best your new Spring Suit Ask to See the Latest Novelties in Design and Fabric and have your Clothes Tailored by the Master Craftsmen, the BRADLEY & PARHAM PULTON LEADER BURNS. CLUBBING RATES. Louie ) Both one year for J 1.60 The Hickman Courier and the St. Louie Republic ), both one year for $1.40 aiobe-Oemocr(twlco-a-week(twlce-a-weck- MRS .SUDOERRY 8U W. DEAD. Dally . Mr., fr.itit -- J v i. muni uhuul i o clock aim went up iu 'adL ... UB u a total loss. The i i va.iud I by tho uwnurs at 11 Mm liiHiiruncii. - ... utnrli Hill nlnlll Will .a , 1I..J..I I ... L nml llulltltllir WHS u - - j .' .'riivi.il , - of ..I. tho Fultou Tha Hlckmaa Courier and the xj t. mil., IA. I- j - J insured for $i,uw. i . man, the typewriter u off co lu thu Leader . I .... . K i.i nluml I MM) 111) mid ..surantu. Llulldliigs ou I i liitiliir U'r. ftllffht- .au tells tho Courier u now outfit unil tho U.j . The Hickman Courier and II Commerclal-Appea- l (Weekly), both one year for $1.25 Tha Hickman Courier and tho SL Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all one year for $1.76 The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to partlea on rural routea). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only Globe-OcBocr- cm-ph- li I ...I. ... .1... I.h. I., n . ki better tliau over. 1 .n li tho Loader Publishing . I'M . J u LLJJ HU U.UVU ...i . i.. .ti.. i... The pulso of it i i3 anil H. M. Cliowulni:. cl l licit fellow lu Kultou, this city will bo . j . . ... rw ... I.vu. u v. ,lt,lr gentleman who . .nr., . J iu t . t $2X0 . . ... The Hickman Courier and weekly LouUrllle Courier-JournaDoth for $1.60 one year for oaly l. 1 O 1 11 public cntcrprUo of full this week by u wUhei to locato a factory hero that Mill employ about 200 people. It will bu necessary for o our peoplo to tako some of tho stockSUNDAY WEDDINGS. If wo Ret the factory, but tho stock will pay a good dividend. Tho gen Tk uj m&rrlagus took place tleman who seeks to locate this In IV it.lnV dustry liero comes well recommend- L T .t d and Mix Lllllo Moore, wholesale bourn's with whom Jl. J. l..itIih1 Saturday tilcht od; the ui has placed hts products for tho a 1: ry, formerly of Fulton, past twenty years speak of him In 1 (.-.! 31 - Mrs. T. 8udberry, wlfo of tho East Illcknmn grocery man, nnd a well known and highly esteemed lady, died at her homo In this city Saturday at midnight, after an Illness of two weeks of pneumonia. This dread disease first attneked her left lung and she was Improving when It took hold of the other one, after which sho rapidly sank. Mrs. Sudbcrry was born and reared In this county. Sho was a daughter of Lucius Bowman, At tho age of 20 years she was united In niarrlngo to Mr. Sudberry, which occurred 8 years ago last October. To this union was born ono daughter, Hazel, who Is now seven years old. At an early age she united with the Mutho-dU- t church and was a true Christian woman, loved and respected by all who knew her. Durlal took place at tho city cemetery Monday .after brief services at the homo by Rev. a. W. Wilson. Deceased Is survived by her husband and daughter; two sisters, Mrs. A. S. Darken, of Hickman; Mrs. J. F. Dunn, of Molbcr, Ky; and a brother, Luther Marr, of Hlkman; besides her stepfuther, T. II. Marr, and grandmother Polly Ilowman,. Tho bereaved ones havo the sympathy of their many friends In the loss o this good woman . DOINGS AT DORENA. Mrs. West's baby Is International Tailoring Co. NEW YORK- - CHICAGO The swellest line of samples " that ever came down the pike," now on display at Millet & Alexander TO 20 PER CENT SAVED BY ORDERING HERE-- N O W 10 u ci; I . . l.. I a &uuuuy :..jru and .... fM. .. highest term. Things aro coinCourt, both of Now- - tho way appoint YOURSELF o ing o arilInn ciock. Maggie 11 our committee of ono to help land them. O A ... t real sick of Clara Townscnd was 911 tho sick hold ing the circuit courts In the First Ju list last week. fbwt I .... dicial district. Wo havo been unable Claude Maddox had business In Hen U litsnuil aud MUm Lota Hall, to ascertain Just when tho Carllslo son, Saturday. county circuit courts oro to bo held . !.. River rising, overybody preparing under tho provisions or tho bill, but O It Is sadt that attorneys In this part for an overflow. of tho district aro opposed to tho NOTICE. Services nt Locust Grovo next Sunchange. Carllslo County News. day by Rov. Mctheny. U of tho Poplar Grovo Uau Artist, of Hickman, spent SatMiss Ola HeckDcr, of Kolla, Mo., -. vfwi uiuiu tuuivu lur iuu arrived In this city Saturday to urday aud Sunday hero. ct i lectins officers for tho a position as trimmer In tho milMrs. U. C. Wbito was In Hickman J Jiar Saturday. March 12th, linery department of Unltxer & Dodds last Wednesday shopping. ... ir I)rv Goods Co. Miss Ileckner Is an W Pioes that aro interested lu export trimmer. In this department Cussle and Lucy Doss went to Hick - i oiu iuviivu. this season will bo Miss Ileckner, man last Friday shopping. 0 II Threlkeld, Proa. mIk Julln Jackson and Miss Marino A. If. Henderson, of Medley, was J W. tlallow, Bec'y. Ilrown. Mr. Ilaltzer soys tho millin hero last Friday ou business. ery stock will bo larger nml more at 0 tractive this season than over beforo. Mrs. I). D. Doss Is ahead of all of COURIER for the nowa. us sho planted garden Tuesday. . tl r i: nflornnnn. .ii8 uud MIm Ku Sam, senate changing the dates for bill has passed the Kentucky fever. ft nc-ce- A Druetta King spent several days last week In Hickman visiting frleudsj When Buying Shoes Charley Oliver and Henry Holmes, of Wlugo, were visitors of Oscar Ilrndley last week. Mrs. Ada Maddox has purchased a new cooking stove, Sho says sho Is learning to cook already. The principal thing to remember is that they should be only bought at RICE'S SHOE STORE There are none better. Ladies' Fine Slippers and Oxfords are coming in. In our Men's Patent we offer only the best grade patent Colt materials at guests Will Hlgglua nnd Jno. Fletcher wore of Misses Pearl and Kate Hotter, of Medley, Sunday. reform school. And ho will get' It. O A number of the young folks music at tho homo of Misses EASTER FLOWERS. Effie and Pearl Hrudley Sunday nigh' $8 a doz American Ueautles Judging from the assessed Prof J. W. McGarvcy, Jr., formerarrest. of Fulton, Hickman and other ly of Lexington, Ky.,. began a revival J. R. Mctheny and Miss Lillian Workow were married at the Court counties in the State, Kentucky Is at the Christian church In this city Houso March 1st, by Rev. O. W. Wil- not In need of a bond Issue to replete last night. The subject of tho serson. They nre both residents of tho her treasury only needs to collect mon for tonight Is "What I Saw nt uppe'r bottom. tho other half of the taxes which Is Jacob's Well.' Prof. McGarvoy has Justly duo tho county nnd stato. For traveled extensively In the Holy Laud O Instanco, the list shows there are and Egypt, and In his sermons makes RUSH CREEK ITEM8. only 47 diamonds In the county of frequent allusions to tho Interesting Mrs. Mangrum, of Moscow, Is not Fulton. We do not doubt for a min- things that he saw there. Sunday Improving very fast. Sho has organ- ute that there nre more than this afternoon at 3 o'clock ho will give ic disease of the heart. number In Hickman alone. It other a free lecture on the Holy Land at Dan Davis and family spent, Sunday things aro given In to tho assessor tho' church. A silver offering will with bis sister, Mrs. Albert Roper, proportionately, and as many lies told be taken at tho close of tho lecture of Mud Creek. the assessors of other counties In the Mrs. Iiernlce Whlto was shopping state, wo need a new system of tax Cut prices on all heaters and sevIn Hickman Tuesday. assessing and not a bond Issue. eral sizes of ranges. Hickman Hdw. Misses Stella and Clara Davis vis Rov. lioyce Tuylor, of Murray, Ky., ited their cousin, Miss Salllo Roper, will preach at the Daptist church In Company. O of Mud Creek, Sunday. this city next Wednesday, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Youree. of near and Friday nights, .March 1C, 17, 18, While landing a bargo of coal at Harmony, spent Saturday and Sun- A cordial Invitation is extended to tho wharf of the Hickman Ice & Coal day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. all to hear him. Co., the towboat, Pacific No. 2, Bank Walter Crostlc. a bargo of toal at the water's edgo O Miss Joo Crostlc Is visiting her Tuesday night The consignment vvuh Word was received hero yesterday graudmothcr, Mrs. Mangrum, of Mos- morning A. Farls and contained over Dr. McKecl, of May for A. that cow, this week. 400 tons. The barge sank In about field, died at his homo there aftor 20 feet of water. The coal may bo Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Maddox visited a two weeks Illness of pneumonia. a total loss, hut this cannot bo detheir aunt, Mrs. Charlie Koonon, Sun Ho is a brother-in-laof D. D. Wilday. goes down. son and owned considerable land In termined until tho river O Much of his time was tho bottom. Duanto Hughes took two new autos A negro named Schaffner emptied spent In this city and ho has many ovor to Fulton this week which woro his pistol Saturday morning at a bad friends here who will learn of his shipped to this point. One was u negro from Cairo by the name of death with deep regret. Whlto Steamor for Geo. Creedle, tho Geo. Wright, but all shots went wild. O other an Overland for Webb & Reed. T'io bad negro from Cairo ran out of Dr. 11. E. Prather has the mumps. Doth wero handsome cars. his hat and set a Halley comet pace down over tho cliffs behind tho home of Allison Tyler. The lust heard of him ho was still taking air. After the shooting, Cbaffner went In tho house, got his shotgun and Btarted east from town. Ilcfore leaving bo stated that ho would not bo taken but Officers Dillon nml Wright, accompanied by Julian CJioate, ex perienced no trouble In arresting him at Dodds crossing. Judge Naylor Gold Fish went like hot Our first order of went over tho caso and decided the year lu tho negro needed about ouo cakes, and we were forced to make a second- - order Gold Fish 400 for fish, globes and ornaments. will contain The next shipment Jack Hlnshaw has moved back to Hlnshaw's farm from East Prairie. Wo are glad to welcome him as a neighbor again. L, L, Bridesmaid Roses.... Brides Roses Richmond Ruses Styles are very neat. Short vamp, high toe, button r blucher. The best is the chcapest-a- nd you get We w!ll n t f W tem l,cre We U .. the i k8t f lnc c8tern i.n,., trnn. jwe "actorie8' IV OUW" fc Br E. C. RICE & CO. U a doz W. A. Illushaw Is circulating a $1 per petition for the ferry between Do re n a FRANK YE FEID. and lllckinun, aud wo hope he will O be successful lu his undertaking, us Munsey Plguo, sou of Rev. R. H. the peoplo would appreciate agopd PIgue, of Arlington, has sued tho ferryman. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis O Railway Co. for $2,000. Mr. Plguo Manager Dillon tells us that the alleges that ho was ejected from a Ico factory will Btart making Ice passenger train of tho above company Monday tho first for tho year 1910. because he refused to pay 4 cents a Moving pictures at tho Lyrlo every mite when tho law Bays that railroads must charge but 3 cents u mllo. Wednesday and Saturday ulghU. Carnations Eastor Lilies Lily of Valley Sweet Pens $2 to $2.60 $2 to 2.60 $2 to 2.60 1 to 1.26 $3 a doz Larger Fish and Larger Globes We expect them about Monday or Tuesday of next week, so keep your eye on our show window. We will have a few large globes extra. If you want one for the fish you now have, place order NOW HELM & ELLISON TACK THIS UP NATURAL MISTAKE. Prescription That Breaks Up the Worst Krcry.wlnter thla proctlptlon Is pub lished hero nnd thom.nnJa hare been "bcncnteU by It "dot two ounces of Olycorlno And half an qunco pf Con' contratod Pino compound. Then Ret :half n pint of pood whiskey and put the other two Ingredients into It Take .a tenspoonful to n tablcspoonful of this tnlxttiro after each meat nnd at bed time. Shako the bottlo well each time." Hut be sure to Ret only the Ronutno Concentrated Pino. Each half ounco cano. 'bottlo comes In n tin scrow-toAny druggist has It on hand or will quickly get It from tho wholesale tiouso. Many other plno extracts aro Impuro and causo nausea. He Had No Objection. wo want you to marry us," sa'fd tho blushing young man, lndlcnt fng a young woman with downcast eyes nnd smiling face who stood n stoti behind him. "Come In," said the minister, and he m Cold in a Day. Suffragists Plan to Charm the Senate The Girl It Un't fair for you to keep on your mask after 1 havo taken off mlno. "We Tho Hoy I didn't wear any. IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA he Inquired. Tho young man turned n helpless azo on his companion, and 'hen looked at tho minister. "If you've got one to spare nnd It can como out o tho two dollars, I cucss she'd like It," ha snfd at last. National Food Magazine. - endeavored to caso their embarrass tuont for a moment; but ho soon dv Idrd that It was useless to try. "Will you bo married with a rlncT California ' ' awful suffering as with this ccscma. 1 had mndo up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that Supposition. Natural tlmo when I would bo at rest. I had "I am going to burn coal heretried many different doctors and mediafter." my mother "Hereafter: I thought Old Nick cines without success, and would attend to the heat problem for brought mo tho Cutlcura Itcmedles, In I began to sisting that I try them. you then." feel better after tho first bath with Cutlcura Soap, and ono application of Cutlcura Ointment. "I continued with tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment, nnd havo taken four bottles of Cutlcura Resolv 1,000,000 names. ent, and consider myself well. This Prompt ReliefPermanent Cur Mrs. Clarence II. Mackay, president was nlno years ago and I havo hud ot tho Kquol Frnnchlso society, will CARTER'S LITTLE no return of tho troublo slnco. Any LIVER PILLS n person having any doubt about this ftiL Purely rttt. wonderful euro by tho Cutlcura Remeable act rarely iflissBHi ADTFDsl dies can write to my address. Mrs but gently oa I tered at tho company. The women JkmwfrTmrTt 'the brer. Altlo Etson, 93 Inn Road, Battlo Creek, shrlokod nnd scrambled to their chairs, Stop after Mich., Oct 1G, 1909." whllo tho men fell over each other la dittreu trying to evolve masures ot protecMarriage. care aiU tion nnd at tho samo tlmo capturo tbs A game of chance In which the grjticn brkhtea uaprort ike completion boast chances are about oven. The man the cjtx. Sotll PjlL SauU Dote, SsullPrica Tho monkey sludeil ibrt bravo huntleads at first, but after leaving tho alGENUINE must beir ttgnatcre i ers with ease. It sprang from the tar ho usually follows breathlessly In his swl(e's .trail. Tho rules are very COU RO03KVELT Is having any chandelier to tho sideboard, ran confusing. It a masked player holds IP thrilling adventures In Afr a around the rfiom threJf or four times, you up some night at the end of a long than a number of distinguished per while the women and somo of tho gun, t is called robbery, and entitles sons had in. tho dining room of his men went rapidly out of tho nearest you to telephono tho police, but It your daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Longwerth In door. Then It vaulted Into tho plati rail, whore It did a few stunts tn the wlfO' holds you up for a. much larger Washington, they think hq.Qwc It to damage of much brlc-Finally brac. amount. tho next morning at the end of his family to come home at once. a long hut,, It Is tertnod diplomacy, and According to tho tidings brought to It Intrenched Itself behind ti Jardiniere, counts in her favor. In this, as In the front by tho society reporters, whore eventually It was captured. other games at life, wives are usually there was n monkey hunt at the lxng- Wlien tho monkey was restored to allowed more privileges than othit. worths that left the company duly Ira-- , Its cage and quiet had sullied down outlaws. Judge. pressed witn the terrors of tno Jungle. oVrfr th'e dinnertneo more. Mrs. Rourke it appears that Representative, and Cockran, who Is visiting Gen. and Mrs. The Appetites of King. Clarence Kdwards, expressed the opinThe king of 'Spain tnakea up for this Jlrir. Loagworth'wcra giving a dianer ion that there wns something wrong dally cspcndlturo of ncttvlty by a tre- In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius with tho construction ot the nest pro mendous appetite. I havo observe, Vanderbllt ot Now York. Along toward ot tho closo of tho dinner tho talk drift- vldcd fur Mrs. tangworth's pots. for that matter, that tho majority She had been In the Philippines nnd sovereigns .arq. valient trenchermen. ed to animals, and Mrs. Longworth deEvery morning of his MfeAlfonso XIII scribed two let monkeys sho recently sho thought she knew something has a good rump steak and potatoes acquired. Tho guests expressed a about tho building of hometlkn for his first 'breakfast, often preceded desire to see the animals and Mrs. monkey nests. Cotton and soft grass cago carried into woro produced, and Mrs. Cockran profollowed by by eggs This low", orje-wa- v rate. salad andand sometimes Recollections Longworth had tho ceeded to rearrnngo the monkey s tho dining room. fruit From in effect daily In some way tbe door of tho cage boms. of M. Paoll in McCluro's. Tho boasts did not appreciate her efbecamo unfastened nnd ono of tho Ineligible. monkeys escaped. It leaped to tho forts, howowr. and ono ot them bit So you wouldn't let Uombazlncf SHI center of tbe table, and, turning a her thumb. A physician examined the sit on the jury that tried tho horse handspring, climbed to tho chandelier, wound nnd said thero would bo no to thlcfT" where It hung by its tall and chat dangerous consequences. "No," answered Three Fingered Sam, "we do things fair and square In Crimson Gulch. Mil's n good roan, but the fact that ho runs tho only to carry supplies to tho front. About undcrtakln' business In tho county 100.000,000 goats could furnish milk, couldn't holp projudlcln' him somo while 21.000,000 buffaloes could stamp agin tho defendant." via out Spain man by man. Missis-slsstppl, "No tonguo can tell how I suffered for flvo years with Itching nnd bleeding ccicma, until I was cured by the Cutlcura Remedies, and I nm bo grateful I want tho world to know, for what helped me will help other. My body and faco .wcro covered with sores. One day It would seem to be better, nnd then break out ngalnwlth tho most terrible pain and Itching. I havo been sick several times, but never In my life did I expcrlcnco such of women suf fri.glnts. which will held In Wash lnton tho week of April II, will bo th) most notable gathering of Its kind In point of numbers nnd personnel that ever has taken plnco In this country Nover beforo have women of such wtalth and social position Journeyed to tho national cnpltol to press their causo. Tholr presence will be celebrated by Washington society with a round ot social functions. Many of thu society delegates will wear their most fetching toilettes to tho conven tion and they hnpo to convert many WASHINGTON Tho annual na ti Constipation Vanishes Forever statesmen by showing them that it Is not only tho masculine typo of women who wants tho ballot Thcro Is another and moro potent reason for tho fair suffragists wearing their most elaborate costumes. For tho first tlmo tho women dclcgntcs wilt appear in person beforo tho They will present to tho upper houf of congress the glnnt petition for which names have been gathered for several years from every state In tho union. Tho petition praying for uni versal suffrngo contains mora than Monk Chases Longworth Dinner Guests Flnsnelal Loss Through Tuberculosis. naeu cm mo census of 1000, It to estimated by tho National Association for tho Study and Provcntlon of Tuberculosis Hint nearly 100,000 children now In school will dlo of tuberculosis beforo they are 18 years or age, or that about 0,400 dlo annually from thl. disease. Kstlmatlng that on an averngo each child who dies of tuberculosis has had six years ot schooling, tho aggregato loss to tho country In wasted education each year amounts to 11,151,000. According to Investlga. bo ono of tho delegates. Mrs. Oliver Hons mndo In New York, Iloston and II. P Ilelmont will be ono of tho ren- - Stockholm, the percentage of children rcscntatntlrv of tho Political Equal who nro afflicted with tuberculosis Is Ity association. much larger than the death rato would Many suffragists In New York havo Indicate, become greatly exercised over tho reClubwomen Plan Meet cent meeting held by Mrs. Ilolmont at tho Mount Olivet Ilapttst church, at Nineteen hundred and ton means which she took many negro women much to club women, for another bl Into her orgcnltntlon, It has caused rnnlnl convention of tho General Fed many tn speculate ns to tho possibility oration of Women's Clubs, with a of enfranchising tho ncgrn women of membership of 800,000, will bo held In tho southern status. ,Mniy letters havo Cincinnati, O., In May, bringing tobeen exchanged during tho past week gether women with n common pur between the Now York women nnd tho poso from tho four corners ot tho suffragist workers In the south dis- world. cussing tho manner In which tho colWhat She Ought to Say. ored women's voto can bo ollmlnatod Sho Speaking correctly, John, should "If wo got tho voto." "Yes." ssld Mrs. Ida Ilusted Ilarpor, I say "I will havo a new bonnet," or "It Is truo that tho southern women "I shnll have a new bonnctT" Ho Speaking correctly, absolutely wish to bar tho colored womun from voting. Hut na tho national associa- correctly, my lore, you should say, "1 tion stands for universal suffrage at won't havo a now bonnot" Illustrated all times nnd In all places, wo cannot Hits. countonnncA this action of tho southMournful Pleasure. ern women. Tho southern states that Master Since your wlfo died you bolong to the national association are havo got drunk every day. You had Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, better get married again at once. Missouri, Maryland and Servant Oh, sir, leavo mo yet ropnth In my grief. Mrs, Ilolmont gave out tho following statement regarding her stand on the For Colds and Orlpp Capudlne. matter: remedy fnr Orlpp and CoMt Is Th lllcka' Capudlne. Ilellevea the arMn and "I do not consider tho suffrage questhe ml fertrlahnean. Cur tion a anclal question In any nso ef also, ll'e Uquld-K.Te- tta Immediately 10, tho word. It Is purely a political ques- m and We at Drue Store. tion nnd must only bo considered as Any woman cau make an Impressuch. Tho matter of political equality has no connection with social equal- sion on n msn who bas either a soft ity. I think each state has tho right heart or a soft head. to settle tills matter for Itself." OXITOXT'IlttllMII QIM !!?.." Tt.il It I.AXATIVS) HllllUO QtfMMK. frv OWES HER LIFET f.Vrlln R rL 7 1 2 Rd Sa Mo l.rarni.Vf ( m W. 3It SL V).lw psuad, taado from iauf vS?l herbs. c.ctMns o '"col'i,3 AllllEKs, fnl inm, ana u4m nar kids of female dljMseiof elne lm the wastry, a iJ Jtbi'V V 1 , women whi w. enred from almost fernalo complalnti. feratIon.tlljplaccBienti.frf; j M?MWrha" Oratory it bt rregnlarltlei.rlo.Ucritaihckv and nmo'ci livery sach suffering wjmaa o". ... . ttrwutyoiinneoMrltoneonfld, Unl letter ( l!rv Plnlhan, Lynn, Mum. Her advice ii fi iwwnys Helpful. A Miritle ot Comfort NO STROPPING I i YOIIWiimM't"-"- a 111... If 1 irui. Ik el(Ktler HfrnvirfkUMiamMr. el , W. QltuW U4 0, tbe Ik W 1 CoaraiJ NO HOST Thormometcrs make mora liars than the big fish that get away. lm trouble, nreertiaroaueelaw, ke jam IMmliKsr lv le ae cau4 for rtMHtwetUM. peentlfie do Sot AvrrtT a M'niTiTtTr: anultn; X. feo M ueiiier D4 U t It Is easy to seo tho silver lining of other peoplo's clouds , ..,.... ......, KNoen Ihi -- , IflOmptOn S tjl Wl H f $33 Chicago to n or the most I I EMINENT PHY5ICFANS THE APPROVAL ard its WORLDWIDE ACCEP1MCE by the WELL-INFORM- ED, BECAUSE ITS COMPONENT PARTS ARE KNOWN TO BE MOST WHOLESOME AND TRULY BENEFICIAL IN EFFECT, .HAVE GIVEN TO March 1 April 15 inclusive ELIXIR or SENNA THE FIRST POSITION AMONG FAMILY LAXATIVES AND HAVE LED TO ITS GENERAL USAGE WITH THE MOST UNIVERSAL Enough Useful Animals to Destroy Man Mcnnwbllo 3,000,000 SATISFACTION. . i Union Pacific Southern, Pacific w A r.nnn rUAtinr of Food Works enmots A Change Wonders. useful nnimnls In the to organize themselves for rovolt ngalnst the cruelties of man they would outnumber any human army that could be brought against them, even If overy man, woman and child marched from tho four corners of the earth to enlist Tho department ot ngrlculturo nt Washington hns Issued a report show. Ing that tho number of useful animals moro than equals tho population of tho earth. Gen. Ilctlwcthcr could organlzo his sheep Into a division or CSO.OOO.OOO, outnumbering tho Chlnvso by more Tho horso could than 100,000,000. havo a cavalry division of moro than 95,000,000, with a corps, of moro than 7,000,000 mules and 9,000,00 Jackasses ALL the IFworld wcro - l ' Tho wrong food and drink causes a To lot of trouble In this world. the. "The Safe Road to Travel' chnnga personfood Is istho first duty of every ill, particularly tbnt from stomach and nervous troubles. Electric block sigAs.ao Illustration: A lady In Mo. has, with her husband, been brought around nal protection din-to health again by leaving off coffco ing car meals and and somo articles of food that did 6ervice "Best in the not agree with them. They began us ing Fostum and Grape-Nut- s food. Sh World." says: For further information "For a number of years I suffered call on or address with stomach and bowel trouble which kept gottlng worse unutll I was E.L.LOMAX.G. P. A. very 111 most of tho time. About four Omaha years ago I left off coffeo and began taking roat,um. My stomach and bowels Improved right along, but I was so reduced in flesh and so nervous that the least thing would overcome mo. "Then I changed my food and bo- Kan using Grape-Nut- s in iddltlon to An tteolvruly turtntca nmtdr (of So ThK. Postum. I lived on these two prinHutKncH end Oe immediate relld I cipally for about four months. Day PcamtUl end Xwc AXftctiom. ' fey day I gained In flesh and strength JMtf yew' repuUtion. SO rente ykt, 25 rente,riqunt. and $1.00 pec box. ntll now the nervous troublo tins enrp!e aeat on QHN I. DROWN teSON. rv.vn. Mm. tirely disappeared and I feel that I owe my llfo and health to Postum and campaign In their familiar conditions of deserts and dry places and 900,000 hardy reindeer could sweep tho northern climes. Thcro aro, ns nearly as can bo estimated, 1,500,000.000 useful animals In tho world, Including, In addition to those mentioned, enormous numbers of cattle and hogs, Tho United States leads In tho number of twlno, with about 50,000,00 a third of all In tho world. Australia leads with sheep 88,000,000, the United States being third with 67.000.000. could TO GETITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS, AL WATSBUYTHE GENUINE Hanumctured BYTWECAUrORNIAnOflKWCa BROWN'S BbonchialTeociies European Russia and tho United States are about even on horses, with about 25,000,000 each; more than half the mules aro hero, Ilrltlsh India Is tho principal habitat of thu goat; there aro 30,000,000 thcro. Tho camel Is usually associated with Kgypt, but but thuro aro only 175.000 thcro, against 700,000 In Asiatic Russia. n r it In ilock. druggists fdr sale ur all leading PC SOTTLS ONISUIONLV.RtCUlAM MIC! SOt Salt of the Earth t. r. .1- .-- tn ilie nhnt. Unlca "" i 11 lias cnougll umau 111 euivie f...m t Hie rieiu m yoor soil cannot use the other plant food you or -1 r..l. . i,r,,Unt j i How Col. Lyon Created a Federal Job work for tho government Lyon looked over thu pay roll ot employes at tho federal building at home. Thero wero no vacancloa nnd most ot tho Jobs had a long waiting list of applicants. Lyon looked abroad nt tho lists ot employes In other buildings. Ho found a Job he didn't know about. It was tho Job of a char woman. Col. Lyon looked it up In tho dictionary and found that a char woman was ono who polished doorknobs and things. Thcro woro plenty ot knobs In tho lcdoral building back home, but his man was not a woman, and the dictionaries mada no mention of char men. Thla did not stop Col. Lyon of Texas. Ho created tho olilcu of char man, the only onm In oilsteuce, so far as Wusjilnglqii knows, and Uje young man who wautud to work for ti gov eminent is polishing knobs with great fud-or- supply, lake no ciianccs. xic io not to theories. Many soils need only Potash to raise big crops. All soils need Potash sooner or later. Ikgin to use it before the crops starve. Do it now, for (pOTASI MARLIN, TEXAS ThCar)ibi4 of Am erica, poiwHuunereu WaOr In tii wirtl fr'nr Orapo-Nut- s. POTASn PAYS fertlllitr dealer to carry Potash You and he will have no dlflicully in buying them y0l vrill write to u aliuut ll. Write to Sales Office l . IImwi. Th.mt.ind curl. fcu wnt, MAUL1.N COMUKUCIAL, Illa.traWO CLVkU litr-- v I'm. pi sos , Baby Smiles When He Takes Ml W5T CURE Wmi (5ttMSM TOR "Husband is 73 years old and ho was troubled for a long time with occu- ilonat cramps, and slept badly. Finally I prevailed upon him to leave off coffeo and take Postum. lie had stood out for a lcng time, but after ho tried POntum for a few days ho found 'that he could sleep and that his cramps disappeared. Ilq was .satisfied and has never gono back to coffee. "I havo a brothor In California who has been using Postum for- ecroral years; bis, whole, family uso it also bp cause thoy have bad such good results ttMvf tU thru! aeJ lungi. II A Suadud Remedy iMtuile cental J, Atfhna tad a CKClL LYON of Texas Is a COL. ranchman who plays politics for tho fun of It, and who plays so well he Is now credited with tho ownership of thu Republican party of Texas. When Col. Lyon gets up out of ,n chair he opons up llko a carpenter's rule, a section, at a tlmo. When 'he talks you can. stay out In tho next from it" pom. and niU ,110110 of tho story, for Look In pkgs. forlbo little book, f'Tli Cut, Lyon ,1s Jy ideal of his big stato.' tho Road to Wellvllle." "There's a Reason.' Col, i$on la ' . ' jii.vrr reau. i. .dot leuerr. A., ar Washington''saflu'ovonlngPress club of 6no unit 'told' on uiprnre (runt tliu la (line. Tlte) got In Texas for a young ho Job ho are Kruulue, true, mmi lull vf fcumau la Ureal, ontleuiau ot color who wanted to uclat ' -- GERMAN KALI WORKS CoillettUI BM.. BaUlaen.Mi. ... raae.cl5rr,lm..redw"aiilir u je". lncuUlora,extlllera,apraypuuii.eauJUeupcllee. ,ni? nh,.Tsn1 SCHWILL'S SEED STOt. EluU-clae- e FREE SEED gstabllehad Tor S IU,Jil', rente to Btampe to rodiKererel 5eeJ. Prolific Car rfe- Hltt-' .lt r, ,, T J.' 7en emofeoeea. " - us. tbMm' P. S- MeoUea thl. paper aa4 - 1MO. 18-2- 0 a lll aa4 one packet 8. Front bl., Butrli ' ,wnel DELE0ATE8 DI8QU8TED. of Politics Mem- fftat Is nappe"" flroughout the State TtKE9 t Beoauie of Injection rarmers' Institute Many bers Quit. politics Intt I88UEJVITH TAFTi . .1 Atata tm ai f ...4 Sin J Is Unlvertliy defuses ortlce of tho commissioner of ae;rlil' turo In tho effort to boat I w isfn. man, of Versailles, secretary of tho """ Htnto fair, tnoro than half of tho v m KT u llllllVI to tho Instltuto left for Miclr not wh,l,kr M,ulcr UOmCS. TIlO Slattl Iwmnl nt C.r.ilrv dele-KatH Frankfort. Kvni irnal.J ...lit. il.. ... that mill mo has been brought Into nlll'o nors Instltuto by tho 4k '" ' - 'I, ! .....I fl(IV. r r l.tf M lllrnrlnr - lit nillL'I V ,o. ...i . iv port, ealllesi vlco president, W. T. Kano, nimiii in j in r rn in tin i mauu with rniisuurK; secretary-treasurer- , ' W. T. g ,, 'v. ao Chilton, Camnbcllabure: pifrllllvn it. nun n v v that COinmlttCO. M. II Mnrklln VV.rV. nt to lUkhoni; T. J. lllBatnff, Mt. SlcrllnK, anu I u Dorsoy, AnohoraRe. Tho 11(1 IUHHH UUl I 1UU Kentucky Corn Orowors nssoclatlon !iV ", tinflnnnl rnVntti elected Frank McKeo. tirnitlflnnf Vnr. ih I IHV . 1 "I ...HI. tho sallies; ' In nnrmony Huru Dawson, vlco president, I ,rj t .. ,r n n Kentucky law. and. uusseiivnio; (Icorgo Itoborta, sccro ' Igates regulntlonis of tary, Ixlngton; A. II. Ollbert. treas r:',orl of I)lruc,or 8co-- urer, I.cxlnctotl: illklrlrt renrntrnlji- ft natal . In mlitikr. but tivcs, w. II. Finch, Hickman: 8. T i cr.it oitromcly Intercut tiorln, (Jreensbiirs;; W. II. Clayton, ... . i i ninl itnic products on Hebron; Ifc I). 8andlln. Oneida; N. 0. which lio hat found Underwood, Ollvo lllll. Tho annual B" n- iVailvt'B niiii corn show will bo held nt tho Stato "it'll h. university nt Uxlnpton. s..i.i . 'tfl -- .,vj .'c university, 7V llllUlliai lilt' vtlci aro td: I'resldont. Immlcrntlon nnd nRrlculturo dccHcd reiain Nowmnn secretary until tho contests are decided. Olllcors elect M MnK v.,. ' L i , nw r- --- . BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest nor peace for the man or woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early morning. You feel lame and not refreshed. It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tic your shoes. All day the ache keeps up. Any sudden movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop or straighten. At night the sufferer retires to toss and twist and groan. Backache is kidney ache a throbbing--, dull aching in the kidneys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause, inside. -- - .... CRCCCLIUS LAW UPHELD. NOVEL I8SUE BEFORE COURT. e(Appea!i Declares Act Is Con stitutionai. (i ,,' .i 'If h , . - Ourley Society Brings Suit to Stttle Intricate Question. LexInRton, Ky. A process from tho Kayctte circuit court to enjoin tho snlo and dollrcry of a crop of tobacco Rrown by J. N. Wallace, on tho firm of Dr. l'rank UryaJit, In Scott county was served on Messrs. Wnllaco and llryant nnd the olllrlaU of the Centra' Kentucky tobacco warobouse, at the Instigation of tho Hurley Tobncro to' rrno crop cioty. was crown "on shares," ami Wallace pooled his hnlf. while that of Dr. llrynnt Is unpooled Dr. llryant claims thf.t his contract wlthAVallaco, because of tho fact that It Is stipulated that Uio proceeds fro i the snlo of the tobacco and not tho tobscro ItBclf Is to bo divided, an nulled the contract mado by Wallace with tho Hurley society. The society. however, holds that tho contract between the landlord nnd tho tenant docs not prescribe tho manner In which the tobacco Is to be sold nor by whom, and that therefore tho tan ant has as much right as tho landlord to determine tho method of sale nnd to inako Uio sale. Tbo society asks tho court to order that tho tobacco be divided and tbo landlord nnd the ten' ant each bo permitted to dispose of his half as suits him. It Is tho first case of Its kind' to come up here. RAILROAD COMMISSION REPORT, DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS TWICE-TOL- i Uv tit That the Crccollus Z i. 'a t td a flno upon tho rir iwmiIm! tnhnrrn ami MP DliyitlK pooled 10- '.ionai vrt new ny Tho caQ was , ta!s urnltli nralnnt Thorn wost, or Chris J I! flit Judgment of tho mhH fa mVAMjil .... . I i A Cur e( S.?.r Kldiwr f - ... r - r ir at Km ) mnttltuflan 1m via whlrh ft n timler. "eg" wtr and tho dealer. rti J Nest wcro Indlcttnl for , . I ....... ...... I., t . . i . . TI... .Inf.tr... .ut I.. t-V. Br T..I of.Tim William It. Hun, W. Chrry Btrert, Nevada, Jlo., iiayi: "I wni convinced of tho Krcat value of Donn'a Kidney I'll! through experience. Four oc flv months bko I suffered a irreift deal from a pain ncrou the small of my back, extending nt times Into my limbs and sliouldrra. When I looped or did any work that brouslU a itratn on the muscles of my back, my troublo vras aggravated. I tried a number of remedies but without succeis. After n anort time 1 could seo that they were benefiting mo. and the contents of two and boxes rured me." (Statement given In Hay, VXD I per-ton- al one-ha- lt TESTIMONY D!m V.rifi.d How To Tell When The NEVER ANY RETURN A Complete Cure ef Kidney Trouble and Drop.? Mrs. I Babers. IMS Terry St., Houston, Texas, says; "I hold a very hUh opinion of Doan's Kidney rills and with good reason, for Kidneys Are Disordered PAINFUL SYMPTOMS Hack ache, ildeache, pains when stooping or lifting, sudden nharp twInKcs, rheumatic pains, neuralgia, painful, canty or too frequent urination, dizzy spells, dropsy, I. URINARY SYMPTOMS Discolored or cloudy urine. Urine that contains sediment. Urino that stains the llnun. i'alnful passages. Blood or shreds In the urine, bet a bottleful of the morning urine stand for 24 hours. It It shows a cloudy or fleecy settling, or a layer of fine grains, like brick-dus- t, the kidneys are disordered. On Dec. 3rd. 1903. Mr Hears sold: "I Hill havo great faith In Doan's Kidney I'lll.. I feel juitlned In this remedy as It bu done to much for me," three years ago they cured me of kidney trouble that had clung to me for several years. There was a dropsical swelling of my feet and limbs In addition fo other symptoms of kidney complaint, and although I used various remedies, I was not helped until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills. Two boxes of this preparation curd mo and I have never had the slightest return of my trouble, I have recommended Doan's Kidney Fills to many people who have questioned' me about them, and I know of several cases In which they havo done the same good work." . ... rf I rWhMllli.M .. .lib h(' I I V. I t ... A .1 - t..M A TRIAL FREE IsBHlB'ssei'ssiHsHsBsSssH km rnn 1 nllMUIMn n&fc . mrnum D.. . i . . - r. b r r ria h li.iliail mjai.iBL l u An.trrfa(l liton.i Racing Atioclatlon. tfV" Doan's Kidney promptly. Yesritlf ney Cut out this, coupon, mail it to Foster-Milbur- n Co., Iluflalo. N. Y A free' trial package of wilt bo mailed w.N.U. WggggKKKKKKKKKKKKKM stHsHssksSsHMsHHMHsHs V C?fe'' bJ:df-- p J.M Kr -- The Kenton M.HnlH. rir- - m sssHMJlUIsU1Xj1s4Jhf ... I.I.H Mr V.B . .. DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS SWliy'SirdeaQr5; JP,flceI5cTcetrts, im OTcrralPd It, Slight Ca'in Made In Operating Mile tnirln age, of Railroads. el xc cf the Indictments, nnd a ,;u was astesstsi. k nicn is Frankfort. Ky. The thirtieth an o'tlsam iwnJtT. nd the OKrtcl u w if taken to the court or nual report of the Kentucky state rail road commission shows oporatlng result or Uio teat owe Io mileage of railroads In Kentucky for 1909 to be 3.&S2. For tho year 190S It ' VVKI was 3.&7I, making a Rain of eight miles for 1909. Tbo assessment madu by tbo railroad commission of tangible i npmi.A nnua i property of tho railroads for tho past k'c niDvn year was JC5.8I3,SaS.50. Following lutiment of LouUvllle & Nash. vllte nallroad. Are gross nnd net earnings of all rati roads In the stato for tho year ended t." "!. 1909: Total gross receipts for the tiffi &n tt, nod the llarrry Myers, rciirctent acicnuani, urmurrru io uic in nprMHl rmiA wmn rosfEWrtBira .Proprietors-- . ilftheTMnlsTiirflil it)rt A STRIKING PORTRAIT. MisrisemttorWlaas PUTNAM FADELESS DYES faster colors than sni other tie. One tOe Dsekise colors all Oban. Trier dr. In cold water setter than any ether drs. Yea ess to Drs. Bl sacs and Ma Court. Writ lor toe besUet-rl-ow MOMROE BHUB CO., Suhtey, illhnlm. if ( k . U I mileage, bridges and brldgeapproacbcs 1,SG7.total J59.0I3.9I3.C0; Increase, Mil.f0. Tho valuation of other prop Wtpcrlal Inrrcnsed Tho number of Th! erty 1909, IC.8I4.S95. "ukc ci oporatinj: cxiotuics to accidents to persons resulting In dcxth for tho current year aro: Kmployes 1D( tnrr lit a donlH.. t.- lilltd 1909. 20; decrease. 28. Km lai ir..i rnn nnn '"t un luiiiui rn n nf IH 1 7.1ft U,il ISJ, SI0.27&.91C.U9; 1909. increase, 1120,716. Totatl net receipts for the increase. jenr 1909, 111.119,191); Operating mileage 1909, I3.361.43C. 3.S8Z; Increase miles. 8. Valuation of year h.. ployes 1C. Injured 1909, 1,1 EC; Increasn, rTAL RAILROAD Mln WRECK. Passengers nnd others killed 1909, 11"; decrease, 7. Hsssongers nnd oth era Injured 1909, 192, Increase. I.2S8: total Injured 1909. 72- - "y Injured InitaMlIu li ...,7 nmcui n 167; total killed ina vne ra. tal killed 1908, 30. Total lujuri-187; decrease, Loulsvl.leV . To 1909. d 100S. In 1,347; - , iv y i wn men worn 1n. crease, 89. ....... o,m unn laiajiy lniurpil re unin ireiznt rn. LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB MECTINC. for Tom Slorelv nn.L.n im. Elaht Stakes Are Announced - ...viiia.i were KIllKil nnlr.Lh Spring Meeting, June 8 to July 9 rjaniflt I'llnliln U f.lnl.. v rauao or Uio wreck Is not Covington, Ky. Tho eight stakes .or tho Uitonla Jockey club's spring meeting, which will bo held this year "VHVUIIIW SJj- - from Juno 6 to July 9, were announced Hjt, V Tho entries will close on March 17. .?tt .hl-Hint nnnh v. .(,. IT .1. A llw.L-Tito overnight purees will be J300, ' .v.. ..C . I , Tho stakes range In ii ';a5r 130 KaiiK-s- tho season $100 and a"a3r nnd cloun Ri.it is inluo from $1.C00 to $4,000. Uio I.n ramcs in in n,ri. ... , tonla Deihy. of course, being the Winchester vs. greatest In value, Tho Cincinnati Trophy has n valuo of $2,000 attached miv, m ctneioyrillu. to It, with tho Independence iiaiuti can and the Cincinnati Hotel Haudl I'lf. Ky --Circuit Judeo Vnor cap valued at $2,000 each. Tho Clln-. , - i, unixrt HanBrewers' Kxehange Hanu etta jylnkili'nsofjnramlleilpes. leap, Stakes. Merchants Stakes and tho liar , Karanco In sum of JJO.OOO. old Stakes nro worth $1,500 each. The 01 cuted Immediately. total valuo of all the stakes Is $1C,S00. , WICity -- "i r i. vi. w, ''"Sto". --j say anything. Jcwctt Yes, my wtfo Is Just that kind of u man. If It's Your Eye Use Pettlt's Eye Salve, for inflammation, tys, itching liji, eye aches, defects of vision and eeniitivity to strong lights. All druggiata or Howard Uroi., uuuaio, IK. v. Then ho saw Mabel. Sho was kneeling at tho side of her bed In her nightgown, In the nttltudo of prayer the "This la a portrait of Ills, the deaf- - attitude, that Is, as to kneeling. Hut mute." she had raised her head at the Inter"A very striking: picture. Ho looks ruption and pauBcd In her devotions as If be were Just trolng to speak." to blazo at him with a face flushed with Impatience. Weak Spot In His Defense. "Gee whiz, daddy I Can't a woman A religious worker was visiting a say her prayers?" southern penitentiary, when one prls Then sho bowed her head again, oner In soma way lock, his fancy. This rlously, and daddy, properly rebuked, prisoner was n negro, who evinced n slipped noiselessly away. religious fervor as deep as It was Sunday School's Want Ad. gratifying to Uio caller. There Is a church In Brooklyn that "Of what were you accused?" tho has adopted a novel scheme for enprisoner was asked. "Doy says I took a, watch," an- larging Its Sunday school. It adverswered tho negro. "I mado a good tises for boys and girls to come to It. fight. I had a dandy lawyer, and ho In tho shop windows In tho neighbordutio prove an alibi wit ten witnesses. hood of tbo church ono may see plaDen my lawyer ho shore mado a cards, such as are used for advertisstrong- speech to do Jury. Hut It wa'n't ing entertainments of various kinds, that bear tbo legend: uo use, sabl 1 get ten years." "Wanted Hoys and girls to Join our "I don't seo why you wera not acSunday school." Dclow this are set quitted," Bald the religious worker- "Well, sah," explained tbo prisoner, forth tho advantages that will come "dero was shore ono weak spot 'bout to tho young folk who attend the my defense doy found do watch In classes. my pocket." For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or This Will Interest Mothers. Krvnna trniiM. t Vim .rli... nr. .n.,eilflv Vfntherltr.T'.Hwert Iuder fur Children. relieved bv Cnnudlne. It's Llauld pleas- eure VeTerl.hne.il. llr4clie. Had btomach. Teething Ulnonlem. ltegvlate the UoweU and ant to tike Kffects Immediately. 10, S 60c at Drug Stores. ue.iroy norm., mej ure.K up coiu. in zi and hour.. PleaMiit to take, and barmle.. as milk. Tber never fall. At all DrueeUl., ZSc. Hample Many a saint would havo Igbs trou- Aaore.., aiicu o. uim.iea, ble wrestling inaura ruo-uwith tho devil If he Le Hoy, M. Y. would get out and wrestle with a ball Talkative Women. for an hour or two, Hewitt Sorao men talk and don't Tlt-Utt- A Pause In Devotions. "Mabel!" called her father, outside her bedroom door. Thcro was no answer, so ho called again. Still no reply. Ho pushed open the door, which was not completely shut, and reaching for tho button, turned on thollghts. 50 Per Cent Petter "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every 'month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Cardui to all my suffering friends." co 48 The Woman's Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are Imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and arc not to be found in any other medicine. These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite woman's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. ! Writ! to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattinooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tena,, book, "Home Treatment lor Women, ' sent Irce for Special Instructions, an J ui Iwchlnc llllu.l. liietHiiiiK or I'tulruillc WI.IMI.H, HIWHIf fVillVUN, MM. TAZU ril.KS crtitKii in n is davb uiNTUKMTI.KH.ntnt.e.1 to rut. nnr com m to h, People who do Just as they please never please their neighbors. iummI ullr fur rMr.fordrep-te.te- ... ..I . .ul hhwahlll. k' r. ...... Hit tliupl., Mfo.od tore. Many peoplo want assistance and a few really need it. bos been umm! . S .ssssssBMrsriBB .Gut t etijse. COLT DISTEMPER tIklIJ tu vj bi Y lavwabuullt. llOd Lorn rvusu) to tUUuotitwvlT ywn, SPOHM MEDIOALCOMWUw4BAajrtUut Goshen, Ind., I . Jo,m of J- - n n,Wed uIcln!fy for tho parchaso of tbo crcanu to, $300, which wob offered n . rrv liorllioa.i .uiiivt oi euin a mmiirnmlne oil Mayor Skaln's sug w,i Bln...i nugii, i.ia mil gestion that It bo mado $500, failed to ,se 'arKeut nlayhousi. in h.i. pass at n special meeting-- or tne city council. dal t'lnrlnn.tl Lexington. Ky this city remains at $1&0 Tho ordlnanco providing for an In Ono should taka care not to arrow too wlso for so great a pleasure) of life License for Bnloons annually. as laughter. Addison. In- Iki.tKlMvtmh.uar. AND USE ii, --- -- .,., Answer me quick, what help, band, do you stretch o'er destruction's brink? Drowning. what smu.vutauf tpuutCurMwiaacoiiu. forfblulr.a Mrs. Wloslow's Rnothlao-- Smin. toetbliur. tofltnt lb. iturti. iuuhi in. sxaiKitue, Many a man has kick til himself out of a good Job. WHY MEN DRINK I 0HUGS7.H0 HOT HOW TO CURE THEM ,T- - NHrii,?,,uIDl5,,-,L,sAB0L'PARK AVENUE, THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, 702 SPRINGS, ARKANSA "'e.ixTr- kOtMKll-u tin. UWr . 4 In la. Crcelsboro, Ky Sam U Lawrence .. l -I il as . iiiu iiiHinrv nr a woaltny distiller, was lounul uenu u his homo. Ills body tho roadsldo near " 1 onenaors were wnn bnilsed In soveral places, and .k Ail Old tbo authorities bollovo ho was used as a patrol wugw,. I, si u of Jhei uelf, srUzly, gray hair. Uso "LA ORIOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, l.0O, ratall. Select In ---. NO SCnSC in ninniiiK nuui um. in trying stand by him. No sense cither the best one, then CarcMly. dehbej hb thing, that thing, for your cough then take it. ntcly select the best cougli medicine, Pectoral for to it. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherryseventy years. Sold for nearly throat and lung troubles. No alcohol in this cough medicine. TJAiittCo..LmeeU.Man. ....-...----- One Doctor Only One 1 t - :t T tmi nuuus CHECKS. Jennlo Clark, 2 town lot, valuo JlJO.Tax and Cost.. $2.75. Nelson Clark, 2 town loin, valuo g On Monday, March H, IS 10, It $i;0. Tax and Cost, $5. tho first day of the April term of Guy Erwln, 1 town lot. valuo $200. the April term of tho Fulton County $5.45. Albert Fuqun, 1 town lot. value Court, at tho Court House door, In $60. Tax and Cost. $2.76. Ky., I will sell to the highHickman, Ed George. 1 town lot, value $60. est bidder for cash, for taxes duo tho Tax and Cost. $2.66. C. H. Harlan, N. R., 20i acres Slate and County of Fulton aud cost $4 of salo for year 1903, tho following land, valuo 100. Tax and Cost. $200, 1 town lot, valuo Lon described real estato assessed lu thu $6.66. Linn, names of thu following: Joo Read, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Duo dollar added In each case for Tax and Cost, $6.65. A. G. Robinson, 1 town lot, valuo advertising: $50, Tax and Cost, $3.60. Collier Roper, 1 town lot, value Fulton Precinct (White) $200. Tax and Coat. $3.90. Illanton Tally, 2 town lots, valuo Mrs. Aunle Uuttersworth, 30 acres $260, Tax and Cost. $6.06. laud, value JS20, Tax and Cost, VJ.Z6. Nathan Tally, 2 town lots, 4 acres Mrs. Dulla Edmonds, 1 town lot, land, valuo $700, Tax and Cost $12.35. value fluuO, Tax and Cost, $10. 1$50, C. Terrlll 1 town jack. Hall, 1 town lot, valuo $100, Tax and Cost $4.95. lot, valuo Tax and Cost, $2.95. 1 town Harry j. V. KIrlUaud, 1 town lot, valuo $50. Tax Watklns, S3.S5. lot, value and Cost, $800, la, and Cost, J7.S0. Henry Watklns, 1 town lot, value Jake Uobeiu and wife. 1 town lot, $60, Tax and Cost $3.85. valuu $1500, Tax and Cost, JIG.tO. llllllo Young, 1 town lot, valuo $200, A. 11. ltobtrson, 1 town lot, valuo Tax and Cost, $3.90. JiW, Tax and Cost, $9.10. Pap Ferrlll, 1 town lot, value $50, Jonu Witt, 1 town lot, valuo isOO, Tax and Cost, $4.75. Tax and Cost $!U0. Mima Upshaw, 60 acres lan.d value Ulysees Wright, 1 town lot, valuo $760, Tax and Cost $10.50. Ui0, Tax and Cost, $5.05. Madrid Bend Precinct. Fulton Precinct (Colored.) J. R. Adams, 252 acres land, valuo Hiram Crawford, 1 town lot, valuo $4300, Tax and Cost, $47. $160, Tax and Cost, $3.45. J. T. 8 EAT, Sheriff. Thornton Cavltt, 1 town lot, valuo 1,260, Tax and Cost, $5.10. Tom Lyons, 1 town lot, valuo $70, Tax and Coat, $2.75. DONT EXPERIMENT. Will Martin. 1 town lot, value $200, Tnx and Cost, $3.90. Mrs. Eliza Patterson, 1 town lot, You Will Make No Mistake If You valuo $200, Tax and Cost, J2.S0. Follow This Hickman Citizen's Tom Ilogera, 1 town lot, valuo $200, Advice. Tax and Cost, $3.90. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo 200, Tax and Cost, $3.90. Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, valuo Never neglect your kldnoys. $iG0, Tax and Cost, $2.75. It you have pain in tho back, urln ary disorders, dizziness and nervous Loigeton Precinct (Colored.) ness, It's time to act and no tlmo to Tom Patterson, 22 acres laud, valuo experiment. Theso aro Uio symptoms of kidney trouble, and you should $330, Tax and Cost, $11.30. seek a remedy which Is known to euro tho kidneys. Cayco Precinct (Wfilte.) Doan's Kidney Pills Is tho remedy G. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, value to use. No need to experiment It J GOO, Tax and Cost, $8.C5. has cured many stubborn cases In Hickman. Follow the advice of a Cayce Precinct )Colored.( Hickman citizen and bo cured your , self. 1 town lot, value John Miller, R. J. Long, of Hickman, Ky.. says: Tax and Cost, $6.75. "Doan's Kidney Pills lire up to the claims inado for them and It Is a Hickman Precinct (White.) pleasure for mo to give this remedy W. H. Baldrlge. 40 acres land, val- my endorsement. Kidney trouble first uo $350, Tax and Cost, $4.65. manifested Itself In my case by a Joe Ballard, 1 town lot, value $500, lamo back and when I first arose In tho morning, the pain was very so Tax and Cost, $8.95. J. It. Brown, 16 town lots, value vere. Thcro was also a heavy feelI lng through my loins as though $1410. Tax and Cost, $22.65. A. V. Cradduck, 00 acres land, val- was being dragged down by so much ' load. I tried several remedies, but ue $520, Tax and Cost, $9.45. W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, val- received no relief until 1 procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Helm & EM ue $300, Tax and Cost $4.05. Marvin Fllppln, 1 town lot, valuo son's Drug Store. I began their usu and before tho contents of the one $500, Tax and Cost. $10.05. taken, my trouble dlsap Oscar Fowlks, N. It., 17 acres land, box pcared. I shall never lose an oppor valuo $650, Tax and Cost, $7.60. It. P. Lake, N. R., 40 acres land, tunity of speaking In favor of Doan s I Kidney Pills." value $400, Tax and Cost $6.75. Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo $75, For salo by all dealers. Prlco 60c. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. V., Tax and Cost $6.40. Mrs. Sallle Wllllums, 22 acres solo agents for the United States. land, valuo $250, Tax and Cost, $6.70. Remember the name Doan's and tako no other. Hickman Precinct (Colored.) O Cus Bass Heirs, J. R. Brown, agt., MULES I MULES 1 town lot, valuo $50, Tax and Cost $1.60. We have about 60 head of good Richard Booker, 1 town lot, value work mules, ranging from three to $75, Tax and Cost. $5.10. eight years old, for sale. Also a few Mrs. Caroline Brown, 2 town lots, horses and good mares. Will sell valuo $160, Tax and Cost, $3. either for cash or credit with good Amy Carter, 1 town lot, valuo, $250 note. Tax and Cost, $4. J. F. &. 8. L. Dodds Co. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. be-Inhad-bee- n n 1 Unattractive Hornet. Winter has especial temptations in the fact that many homo arc pocii llarly unattractive. In tho summer months the young man can sit urn on tho steps, or ho ran have a boil quel In tho vpso on tho mantel, ur the oveulugs being so short, soon af ter gaslight ho wants to retire ant how. Hut therti aro ninny parents who do not understand how lo mnk- tho long winter evenings attractive to their children. It Is amazing to us that so many old pcoplo do not understand young peopl. To sonil of thece parents talk you would think they hnd never thomsehes been young and hnd been bom wiMi spectacles on. Oil, It Is dolorous f"r young people, to alt In tho Iiouh. from 7 to 11 o'clock at night ami to hear parents groan about their ail ments and the nothingness of IIiIn world. Tho nothingness of this world? How daro you tnlk such bins phcmyT It took God six days to mnko this world, and he has allow d C.000 years to hang upon his holy heart, and this world has shown on you and blessed you nnd caressed you for theso fifty or seventy year and yet you daro talk about tho nnth Ingncss of this world! Why, It U a magnificent world. Wo do not b lleve In tho whole universe there Is a world equal to It except It be von. You cannot expect your chll dren to stay In the house these long winter evenings to hear you denounce this star lighted, sun warmed, show er baptized, flower strewn, anuel watched, God Inhabited planet Oh, mako your homo bright! 11 ring In the violin or tho picture. It does not require a great salary or a big house, or chased sliver, or gorgeous upholstery to make a happy home All that Is wanted Is a father's heart a mother's heart, In sympathy with young folks. hi-ah-- Pain in Chest For For sore throat, sharp pain in lungs, tightness across the chest, hoarseness or cough, lave the parts with Sloan's Liniment. Vou don't need to rub, just lav it on lightly. It penetrates instantly to the scat of the trouble, relieves congestion and stops the pain. Mr. A.W. rrice, FiednnU. Kant., savt! "Wahaye uird Sloan's Uni-me- Here's the Proof. nt for a year, and find it an eietl-lething for sore throat, chut paint, colilt.and hay fevtr attacVt. A few drop taken on sugar atop cough, ing and meeting Instantly." Sloan's has been In trouble, but this Is his first serious offense. Several mouths ago. Dalton and two other young men were driving down the statu line road when Joe llrowder nnd family drove tip behind them lu an automobile. One of the young men fired his pistol In tho direction of tho auto and frightened Mrs llrnwdrr und her children Dalton was Indicted for some of fense alleged to hnvo Ikhmi commit ted lu the vicinity of Pierce. Station but got out of this difficulty at a coat of some J3S. Chief of Police Lliituu says he has a warrant for the young man. Uncharge being for carrying concealed weapons Itallon aro poor but respectable, his father being tho late Kate Dalton. liaised upon the farm, young Dalton was until a little over n year ago n hard working, honest lxy. Had habit and bad associate were his ruin. Fulton Commercial O Luther Dalton, tho young white, man who secured money from tho Weak nnd Franklin stnrtm by menus of bogus checks, was tinnblo to securo bondsmen Friday nnd was Hnturday carried to tho county Jail nt Hickman This Is not tho first time Dal-to- OWES HER I JICC I 19' Lvflln P nst.i. Vegetable Comnn tiiirairo, Ill -- I falling ami liwlam t:j'j. I I . ; ,... I'UUI on I ' IL. II 1 i !' W I r .1.1 T3i iri 7 ' ' t Wfj!- - ftln .. JUlu .. mid ........... well Lyilla 11 wom.V! " i ' Ml ".ft I niMi t ) , HEALTH AND VITALITY. for the lareeU of female iIim.ivk cine in mo ecu titi tho Finkham vui, i I'lnkl Minim, mnuo ir.-l...rl .........I. . . fill iiniOT. ami i ,iaa,.VVV . :.v -U r fa n 'inZ i Liniment is easier to use than porous plasters, acts quicker and does not clog up the pores of the skin. It ii an eicelient 'c(&edy for aalhma, bronchitis and all Inflammatory diseaies o f the throat and cheitt will break up the deadly membrane In an attack of croon, and will kill any kind c of neuralgia or pains. Alt ilrnrarUti Hloan't Unlinant. PrkM Me, Wt, 00. 8. Sleaa, then-rtuti- Mott's Nervine Pills The, great norvo and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the ylea and renews the normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall. II por box. 6 boxes for IS. Hickman Drag Co., Incorporated. O ,ar v? rv iiuiii ami female compLiu'i. ccratlon.dlpla, , i i r- r 1m ".frr,V -- i wnilamiPMs-usla.rilku, Indigestion and r T LLr:',r,f Kverr such stiffs. m.iV.' herself to irlvn Vegetable CompuuU a trial fcn ,Ti; ln.'i nbOIlt w If you would llkonpedali.il VOIIP kp ill lllcknmn people IM over tho failure of lh census enum nun uiwi erator to find the tH0 Inhabitants nccoHsary to organize an Elks lodge" ROUTE Hickman Is a pretty good little city If tln can't find HOOO Inhabitants. (Crowded out Fulton Commercial. t uni utter to Mr. are dlsapttoliiled mm. i. .1). . Plnkharn. ItUIILIl I NO 1, last wetk.) icWTOW. MAM. Verily tho mother Is tho nngel splr It of home. Her tender yearnings over tho cradle of her Infant babe her guardian care of the child aud youth, and her companionship with tho man of her loro and choice, make her tho personal center of the Inter est, tho hopes and tho happiness of the family. Her lovo nover cools. never tires, never sleeps, but ever glows and burns with Increasing ar dor and with sweet and holy incenso upon the altar of home devotion Even when she Is gone to her last rest a sainted mother In heavyn Is always a mightier Influence over a wayward husband or child, than when she was presont. Her departed splr It still hovers over the home and draws tho family by unseen cords to herself In heaven. want what they cannot get too easily and women cheapen themselves who thus "stoop to conquer " Hut no girl ran affect Independence. She must be Independent In reality. And lu order to bo so It sho has no fortune In her own right sho mutt have an occupation that render her self-sutalnlng. Now, girls, consider this fact Tho day of uselessness Is nearly passed. Young men aro not going to gobble you up for wives on the strength of any looks or manners you fools enough to do It. but they can may possess. Some of them aro not afford It Tho pressure of the lino Is Inexorable Use. use. use, Is Its constant demand. a PILE8I PILES! Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will euro Dllnd, Weeding and Itching Piles It absorbs tho tumors, allays Itching at or.co. acta as a poultice, gives In stint relief. Williams' Pita Ointment Is prepare for Piles and Itching of the private parta. Bold by druggists. mall f0c and II. Williams' Mfg. Co Props., Cleveland, Ohio. O Miss Vers fS visiting Mrs w. Rev. Meilieiiv M rs polntmwii a M 111 Mr. and Mrs i.r g No. 7, are tt U .a vicinity. Herman Clour r f Hickman Mondsi Mlsttes Ida (n"- - ad V'.u Escue an ilmi.ir. i - ti on week. h a- 1,1 r ii- - ....... desire to inform my friends that I am now sole 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 am now selling genuine I Notice Pittsburg Coal 42 a TON My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated,whether large or small. A. A. FARIS Tho great want of this world la men; men who aru honest, sound from center to circumference, truo to heart's core; men who will condemn wrong In friend or foe, In themselves as well as others; men whoso consciences aro as steady as the needle to the pole; men who stand for the right If the heavens totter and tho earth falls, men that nover flag nor flinch; men that have courage without shouting; men In whom the currents of everlasting lifo run still, deep und strong; men who do not cry or spoil their voices to bo heard on tho streets but who wilt not fall or bo discounted, till Judgment bo set on the eurh; men who will not lie; men who aro not too lazy to work nor too proud to bo poor; men who hold their places and keep them; men who are willing to friend can attend a man at his death eat what they havo paid for thau the consciousness that he has tried to do right. Thoso may bu old Suppose you aro given to tho habit fashioned Ideas, but thoy aro good enough for us. of profanity. You enter Into conver O sation with a man who never swears. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. or lu other words, a gentleman. Hy and by you begin to see that ho Is Have you neglected your kldnoys? tho superior man. Your own remarks Have you overworked your norvous tame, flat, feeble sound to system havo a and caused trouble with your your ears, lour cheeks begin to kidneys and bladdorr Havo you pain burn with a scusa of your friend's In loins, side, back, groins and blad-derexcellence. Your pert little drama Have you a flabby appearance sounds coarso and drop out of your of the face, especially under tho eyes sentences, ashamed to remain lu tho Too frequent a desire to pass urlnoT company of good, honest, English If so, Williams' Kidney I'lils will euro words, until, you discover that you you at Druggist, I'rlco 60c. your part of tho con aro carrying on It there Is a blue mark on your versatlon without swearing you feel Courier dont fall to renew this month easier, your lutollectual stature lu as all papers are discontinued at the I wish to anuouca that I now rop creases by a foot. expiration of the time. resent Geuy llros. Floral co., of Nash vllle. and will anprcclato any orders O given mo. Can fill any and all oru Tho COUUIEH for thu news. In Reality, Independent era promptly and assuro you that thoy will bo sat sfactory. Will still Women may traiu their daughters continue with Jacob Schulz, Iiouls-vlllIn all the ways they may Imagine to and you havo choice of tho two 0 places. Frankyo Held. be plenslng to men; they may teach TRY A COURIER o them to wrlgglo aud squirm aud reef No. 03. For tho mau who wants a WANT AD. o small pleco of ground Just outsldo In their waists and roll their eyou The Cheapest advertising o tho city, we havo Just what ho wants. and lisp out Insipid, nothings between (2C) acres, ou tho Dyers-burMedium I Read by o Twonty-slcarmlno stulned Hps, aud yet tho men road, IK miles from Hickman, 3,000 People Every Week o will desert them to flock about tho with good house, barn and outbuildCOSTS ONLY ONE CENT o ings. For a limited tlmo only wo girl who Is fully and completely indePER WORDPER WEEK. o havo tho price of 11000. Seo us at pendent of them, aud who cares very Courier Realty Co. o once. little whether they fall lu loro with her or uoL It Is uaturul for men to Km4 the OHtrler. to-wts T If there Is anything wo deslro a bovo all other things. It Is to be broadmlnded and liberal. Wu have no uao for prejudices and narrowness, bo It in ono party or another. This Is a good world to live In, but It can bo made a great deal batter. We that human nature Is naturally good; and that sooner or later It will throw off tho selfishness that is tho cause of tho misery of tho down troddou. Wo bellovo In the rollRlou of humanity, in the brotherhood of (no raoo. No man owns a muzzle for us. Wo aro poor as Job's turkey probably always will bo but we are rich lu ono thing thu Itidoixindence to spoak our honest thought. No man Mays very long In this world; and hu should try and make It better for having lived in It. lu tho long run It will, yield more happiness than tho other course Thero Is no better SHERIFF'S SALE. Saturday iilli ii Mt One Charlie i: ' r Ot.ct Ily virtue of an execution No. ISC directed to me. hlch Issued from vltltlng In Mm tho Clerk's office of Uie Fulton Cir Hob Hicks tv d - n cuit Court, In favor of J. D. kj u folks llh against D. C. Corum. I. or ono of tny deputies, will, on Monday, the Hlh nay of Ma roll 1910 between tho hours of ton o clock a. m. nnd twelve o clock in., at the Court Houso door in We nrc Agents for the Hickman. County of Fulton, Ky.. ex poto to PUULIC SALE to tho highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho Plain Insurance Companies tiffs debt. Interest and cost, Part of Vicinity Lot No. 108, lu in Hickman Last Hickman. Fulton County. Ky. as follows Beginning at a point ISO feet south of tho NW corner of lot No. 10S, thonce South 247 feet to a er. h your prprrty innrri stako near Dresden road, thct co Last 160 feet to a stake, thence sounds to th. "f ap:.icy North 247 feet to a stake, thonco West 1C0 feet, being tho property Do it NOW sold to 1). C. Corum by N. J. Corum on tho Sth day of Aug. 1905, and re corded in D. II. No. Z. Pago 41. It. T. TYLCR, Agent Also tho following track, beginning at a post on tho line betuoen Vleln Ily No. 107 and 108, ISO feet i.ast of tho NW corner of Iot No I0S, south 447 feet to a stake, thence hast 14S feet to a stake, thence north 447 feot to a lino between lots No. 107 and 108, thenco West 140 feet to beginning, recorded In D. H No. 21, pago 11C. Sold subject to a mortgngo of about Seventeen Hun (Iron Dollars (11700.) Tho undivided Interest of D. 0 Corum In about Eighty acres of land conveyed to him and his wlfo. Mar tlm D. Corum, by J. II. Pollock and I will mage riii in othors and dated Aug. 31st, 1905, and Obion recorded In 1). 11. No. 24, Pago 49, on lands located in of the Fulton County Records, and Counties. nnd Weakley sold subject to a mortgage on tamo and other land to tho amount of Tenn., nnd in Fulton CouFour Thousand Dollars and Interest. of ) per nty, K v., nt the rate Lovlcd upon as tho property of D. . nn cans . v iiiinuiii u. corum. J'- f. r aonnn r .inreonnrst TERMS: Sale will bo mado on a credit of six months, bond with ap class improved farms. proved security required, bearing In . r-per cent terest at tho rato of six ennvI ncr -- . t nt '11the . . tn" ...L. por milium from day of salo aud hav n innii"- r..n ., ing tho force aud effect of a lie- 1 made on I i plovln Uond. w" in 1UUIICU. f r:ftr acrei or This Feb. 24th, 1910. t GOALDEIt JOHNSON. more on live yea Ky. Sheriff Fulton Co. ...:K nriwlece to bonower !, OLDEST If arm Loans rnr nr ooooooooooooO e, .tonned payment made .. v size paniui ol sired nt intervals ear months after one from date of loan, inWj one of paying i same after an) . r. - -k year in s on x g I I O. SPRADLIN Attorney-at-uw ooooooooooooO Union r:v. vivi l Term. it .1 , limn ,! hriitufkr I THE HieKMAN COURIER. Wagon up the Hill A BLUB HARE HERB niMei that ronr tulx crtptlon tin txplrl IUmw promptly If jou want tb pprtocom to yoo ftr thin month 7 is the Team that Pulls the Commercial at Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. DreasB the Rxlea of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up IN THE TEAR 1HB1) 5l!T HO. B VOPOME PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. WHOLE N0.94NO ESTABLISHED Ellison Brothers Next week we will make a complete and radical change in our business, which involves the removal of our entire stocks of goods. In order to reduce them and have as little as possible to move, we have decided upon a plan which will turn them over to our patrons instead of moving them into their changed quarters. For that purpose we will hold a To begin on FRIDAY MORNING Big Two Days Removal Sale Grocery and atHardware Depts. Especially in our 9:00 o'clock and continue until SATURDAY NIGHT. iO.OO o'clock In this sale we shall make special attractive and temptingly low prices on everything in these departments, so low, in fact, that it WILL PAY YOU TO BUY YOUR SUPPLIES FOR SIX MONTHS AHEAD CONDITIONS These prices are good for these two days only, and are for CASH ONLY. No goods will be charged except at regular prices. in town. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. All purchases delivered Removal Sale Prices on Groceries 17 lbs. best Graulated Sugar Tomatoes, fine quality, 2 lb. can Can Corn, good quality 25c Roasted Coffee Prunes, nn unusual price High ing to you in these times of high prices Mince Meat 1.00 6c ..7c Lusk's Hawaian Grated Pineapple 20c 12&c 9c 3 lb. Pealed Pie Peaches Can Strawberries or Blackberries . Can Early June Peas i '. 3 lb. Can Early Tomatoes: 3 lb. Can Hominy 3 lb. Can Apples 2 lb. Red Kidney Beans Large size Pea Nut Butter 2 lb. Can Red Salmon 15c 5c Grade Patent Flour, every bbl. guaranteed 7.25 15c 20c can extra Sifted Peas, finest quality 20c Luak'a Brand California Fruits White Heath Peaches, Lemon Cling Peaches, Yellow Crawford Peaches, all 9c 9c 9c 7c .3 for 25c .3 for 25c 9c 15 c 20c Yeast Foam 4c All Kinds of Spices . 4c Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce.. 30c Dodson & Braun's Queen OHveiTS'oz.' bottles" ZZIOc Pure Honey, in glass jar with glass stopper Best New Orleans Molasses 50c Sugar Glenn Molasses ,.75c Kin Hee Coffee, 40c grade. 30c ..-.1- 0c Removal Sale Prices on Cooking Stoves Every Cook Stove in the house at a Cut Price for Two Days. No. 7, 4-h- ole All Tools, I I I Special XJ-tilit-v- " Surprise M CI HO. W I Bo-wlI s Hand Saws Hatchets, Hammers, Shovels Spades, etc., at Cut Prices For this Removal Sale 12 Tooth Garden Rakes Garden Hoes Full Size Steel Hatchets. .. Cooking Stove - 7.00 - Minature Parlor Clocks Rayo Lamps 1.98 1.50 15c 9c I I SEE SHOW WINDOW On Sale SATURDAY MORNING at 1 1 .25c .25c 65c -- Ratchet Brace 75c - - o'clock. I I Best Quality Guaranteed Spring Steel, Diamond Edge Brand Hand Saws Mrs. Potts Nickeled Sad Irons, 3 in set 1.35 79c 5c Electric Light Globes 6 inch Strap Hinge ; Removal Sale Prices on Staple Articles Less Than Usual Apex Axle Grease Big Deal Soap, 6 for Oc Removal Sale Prices on Garden and Field Seed GARDEN FIELD SEED-Any Who Said High Prices? Look at These Low Prices on Cakes, Crackers, etc Rice, 6 lbs. for 25c 5c 4c 8c 9c and Hammer Soda, 6 for Clairette Soap, 6 for. Guaranteed 12,000 Parlor Matches for Arm Bon Ami 3 lb. Package Salt Gloss Starch, per lb 25c 25c 25c 40c 9c 4c 5c 9c 5c package Garden Seed 4c Any 10c package Garden Seed ... 9c Ohio POTATOES-Ear- ly 90c Quart Bottle Vinegar Early Rose 90c Early Burbank 90c Triumphs 1.45 ONION SETS Red, Yellow or White, per gal 30c very best Red Clover 9.50 FIELD SEEDS-T- he The very best Alfalfa 11.50 Navy Beans Snow Flake Hominy Butter Beans National Biscuit Co.'s Cakes and Crackers Premium Crackers, Social Teas, Cheese Sandwich, Nanllla Wafers, Fig Newions, Fancy Banana Bars, Fancy Chocolate Fingers, Dainty Marshmallows, Cocoanut Dainties, etc. Irish Potatoes, per bush. California Evaporated Peaches Sun Dried Apples Black Eyed Peas 75c 9c 9c 7c BL1ISO BROTHERS Practical Fashions F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. GIVE US A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN LADIES' TUCKED SHIRT WAIST. MORE AND BETTER CORN Paris Pattern No, 2:03. All Scams This Jaunty tnllor-nis.dshirt waist, with a wide tuck over each shoulder, hnvlng n Olbson effect. Is made of vlvella flannelThe waist undor a closes at the center-fron- t Allowed. e - HONOR ROLL. At tho second cxiuiiluatiou, Just held at Hickuuu College, the follow ing soared iilgli enough to tasto tliu 'nectar that Jupitur sips. ' Seniors. Uils Dartlott tkira Cavitl Loan Harry Juniors. JUiiso V Optimist's Corner Daily Kelps to Health and Happiness DyOECk'QE V. UUTLKR. A. double box-plai- and n small pocket MM. D. VC.S 90 S3-- Comparatively few people know how to husband and meat, ura out energy of mind and body. Many people have the mistaken idea that thty eannot do good work unless they nerve themselves up to It by a certain amount of excitement. It Is po Ola Mouaa Lutou lrgluu Kojster Tenth Grade. 9..3 Sy. s'J.Z .Nauuiu Smith mors necessary to get excited In order to work than It Is to The unconscious get drunk. object. In cither case, Is to produce a oertaln amount of In toxicatlon which will enable the worker to forget he Is working. But he Is ornaments the left front. Tho rather full sleeves are gathered Into straight cuffs of the material, and the back Is slightly gathered at the waist line. The high collar max be made of the material or a white linen collar may be worn. The model is suitable for any of the fancy woolen or linen shirtings, as well as for silk or madras. The psttsrn Is In sla sizes 32 ot 42 Inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires 44 rards of material 20 inches wide, 2 yards of material 27 Inches wldo, 1H yards 38 Inches wide, or 2H yards 42 turn-dow- Our two large new warehouses are full of implements and they're the best that's made We quote you No. 19 John Deere TWO ROW PLANTER lousy Weuiherly Uracu Kunerer making a double Ninth Grade. Uly Hackett J tin AicUeo Ulllo Coffee Irene Thompson Miriam Luten Lowla Luusford Eighth Grade. Gladys Caldwell Hoy Journey Fern Bryan Ciols Ledford L;sta Pierce Tlirelkeld Seventh Grade. Marshall McDaulol Lexle nice Baltfer Dodd- Uracu Campbell Fay (ilaser Lucllu Gabby Lola. Hammond 38.S 95 3ti.G 3.1.0 95.4 94 !7.S 9li 95.S 95.0 95.4 30.4 97.4 iili. 95.1 93 90 draught uren his powers which will tell ev him sooner or later. Moreover, the excitement con fuses judgment. The symptoms dependent upon tattered nerves will net be permanently cured until the hygiene of the nervous system Is attended to, Its output of energy disciplined and regulated. A man aocustomed to spree of excitement, will develop unstable nerve centers, liable to Irritation or explosion at any time. His sensations are abnormal, and not to be depended on. He has a continual consciousness of general physical and mental harassment and disorder. He Is unhappy and rest less. There I no truth In him. The normal standards of both mind and body are debauched, fluctuate and are capricious. Take it asy, and "keep cool!" Inches wide. To procure this pattern send 18 cents to "Pattern Department." or this Writ name anil utdme nlJnl. and be ura 10 sn nJ numoer Qi peuera. NO. 2203. NAME TOWN BTREET AND NO STATE SIZE., ppr. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. fendants. By virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho January term, thereof, 1910, in tho abovo cause, for the sum of wl'h Interest at the per cenL per annum from rate of tho 19 day of until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for salo at the Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 14th day of March, 1910, at 10 o' clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, Ninety-fou- r acres lying east of and adjoining lot No. 5 In tho division of tho lands In tho action In Fulton coun ty Court ot Robert L. Scearce el al, Fgalust A. K. Scearce. etc.. being par' t of tho NW and NE Quarters, see. 35, T. 2, U. 4 W.. samo being ueeaed to Albert S. Scearce by A. C. Holmes, Special Commissioner in paid case; also a 14 undivided Inter est In 85 acres In the NW U ot Sec. 34, T. , R. 4, W., and being same laud owned by W. C. Sccarco at tho 1'iue of his death. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must oxecuto Bond, bear ing legal Interest from tho day of sale until paid, and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. t; Minnie Scearce. Plaintiff, against Myra Scearce and Zoma Scearce, de IMPORTEP HUMAN HAIR. Sarah Humllu, clerk In a Detroit hair store, Is confined In a hospital with a disease believed to bo leprosy which sho contracted from handling imported hair. Similar disquieting stories have come from other cities It la certain that Miss Hamlin is af' Dieted with a peculiar and trouble some skin disease consisting of blotch es on her hands and scalp, and that It comes from haudllng Imported hu man hair. Nearly all tho "false" hair from human heads which Is used In this country comes from abroad. All parti of Europe and Asia Minor contribute Blond hair comes from Northern Eu rope and tho Caucausus, brown hair from Germany and Austria, and black hair from Italy, Turkey, Armenia and other southern and eastern countries. Proper disinfection is well nigh ini possible, and diseases of all kinds are llablo to be carried In tho hair, especially Infectious diseases of the scalp. At ail times when false hair has been extremely fusblonabiu tho medl cal profession has warned against its use. One Dotrolt doctor declares that in self protection women should dii continue such adornment. To coun sel women to go counter to fashion, however, Is usually to waste words. but with loathsomo leprosy staring them in tho fuco thoy may do It In time. 0 i3 &U Checking Attachment $ 0 Extra. 1 $30 Sixth Grade. Doe Held 37.3 9G.5 9tt 1)5.5 Porter Pierce Harvey Collins Mlitou Hackett Emma. Beu Mayors Scott Collins Fifth Grade. Lucilo Bar ned Opal Barnes Mildred. '"Uompaon Mario Caldwell 94.3 94.1 John Deere Single Row COTTON AND CORN PLANTER 1)5.0 33 Vera Smith Mildred Caldwell Willie May Ueesur 92.2 92.1 91.4 31.3 Fourth Grade. Sopka liUusford Auulu Husaell Mooro Velma Swift Kosle Ilunzlker Lorain. Smith Cecil Roper CeryJ Peck 98.5 9S 97.G 37.1 35.8 95 35 Third Grade. Aulta Dodds Helen Hlce Anna L. Dodds Louella Loot Bessie Darnell Earl Ezell O 37.4 96.G 35.4 , 93. 31. C 31. J. R. MILNER, O Com. One of tho staple crops of li.wnll ton county, Indiana, Is sunflowers Thirsty? IlEO Is whx' you need LAUNDRY -- AT- Bradley & Papain's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices They aro raised extensively In the northwestern part of the county, wberu tho jU seems especially adapt. ed to them. To date more than 10, 000 bushols, or rather thirty-fou- r car luuds, worth 23.50 per bushel, valued A vwngo correspondent says: Tom nt 135,000 have been shipped out of Mullons, of Hickman, Ky., has bought the county this season. They are the Ilov. J. V. King pluco on Inhu- used for medical purposes, for bird man street, and will move his fam- food and for making stock foods ily bora in the near future. Indications are that noxt year's crop will be moro thuu doublo the crop O raised this year. Tho Olty National Hunk and tho O American Gorman Nutlonul Hank, two of I'uduoah's oldest and strongest fi When you hear a man sneorlne nt nancial Institutions aro to be consoli the local papers you can safely bet dated under tho name of tbu City ho don't spend his tmo making them National Bank. bettor. TJiey who don't see u bene fit arising to a town from its news O papers haven't as much sense as a Mrs. Clifford Adams Is homo from covo oyster, and are about as much a month's visit to her parents In value to a town us a teu year-olBirmingham, Ala. $0.50 These Planters have been tested by us, and you have our guarantee behind them as well as the factory. Take them home and try them at our expense. Hickman Hardw're Co, (INCORPORATED.) I llli 4 & tewarfs RESOLUTIONS OF RE8PECT. NEW GERMAN MONOPLANE Engineer, IRON FtlNCIl Mid. by I. Th Sttwirt Iron Work! Co., Clodnnall,o and Companions, rclntlvrs mid friends: Death, tho great Coiuiucror, has Invaded Hickman Council No. 787, M. I. L victory hns crowned his sahlo , Hirt Grade, a Magdeburg with Hla Machine. Surprltes Enemies by 8ucceis lull for tlt, flnlih and tha rwililon Su w" ' , than owi i , , :y I ..ombo Dodda was l In Woodland 111 81 El STEWART'S vlaltlng Kill . coombs wont to Cairo i . li.--t tlila week, lift Tall and i u abil Wilson tor several days. lias relumed V. Curlln to frluuda '.a Cairo. -it to C. price t.uic and Lucy au utu Saturday paid. been on i juu. ttt them low nrlrm will mr-- 1 aro tfenu lor uu locality. Zlloluiinn, GUN R. L. GRAY, Agent m Ky, , t i k ako our producu m lilU. illguoat JI. Moore, 3HOOT IN JUNE. Ilrrnicn, Oerinnny Tho people of cotilpauloti, Itebecrn L. this city liavo been much Interested lately In the nernplnne Invented by the 8 ml berry, has been carried to tho Magdeburg engineer. Hans clrnde. pale realms of shade. 'TIs a bitter TI.ere were many who scoffed at the eup, but let us 'remember thero Is contrivance and predicted thnt It would never rise above the earth. healing In It. Our companion Is Inkun from our (Irndo, who had established hla on tho Vnhr race track midst to a moro beautiful world, and Rrnunds In the suburbs of Ilrornen, there remains a hostngo of our continued quietly at work on his nppn faith Hut hope, nl this time, springs Into tho human breast, thnt wo shall soon be united In that honvonly council whero there Is no separntlou, As wo pay our mournful trlbuto of affection this dny, let us not think of her fnults, but remember her vlr tues. Iot us mourn with tho mourn ors and weep with thoso who weep banner A beloved head-quarter- s We'll gladly play the new March Victor Records for you vai v Tim Hickman Qua Club will hold Doss, ot their big anminl toumniuont-li- i this j abopplug elty on June 13, 14 and 16. A I'rtnldeii t S. L. Dodda aaya tho ..ar mrviio at tliu Methodist dntea have bwn so arranged that "a ulii buuduy morning uuu ov- lllckinnu will catch all tho shooters who attend one of tho big tournahas buuu ments which la n dny or two Inter, iuuIiIu Klugtuaii in Nuilivlllo uud Lebanon, and Uiat our local shoot Is going to be the beat In this section of tho of No. 8 Inland, wu state this year. Thnt's the way to talk It. viaf tbo guest ol MIm aus- O au. i. Itead the Courier. of New-. -- lUiUo Boll fiuuuiuto, . liiro Ihu KUtfkl ol Mm, C. ato. i,w,r, Sorrowing ones, our tender sympa thlos nro with you In your loss. Lan guage cannot convoy all wo would oxprcss to you in your affliction. May tho Lord visit tho husband, daughter, brothors and sisters with a comforting lovo while they nro so heavily tried by tho Iosh. Do It resolved, That a copy ot this bo given tho husband and daughter and a copy bo given tho Hickman Courier for publication. STELLA SALMON, COM MELIA CIIOAT. You don't need to own a Victor. You don't need to even be thinking of buying one. We Want you to come in just to get acquainted with this beautiful Victor music Some of the selections you can hear: k 16450 16453 16458 16460 t Murray-Hayd- n Quartet What Makes the World Go Round Ada Jones and Billy Murray Swing Lew, Sweet Chariot Golden Slippers Fiske University Jubilee Singers Collins and Harl-iLyna, Oh, Oh, Miss Lyna Murry Hill Alphabet Song By the Light of The Silvery Moon MurrayHaydn Quartet Four Little Sugar Plums Barn Dance Victor Dance Orchestra Down in Sunshine Alley , . t, - . .ut bus Uio awulluat Uuu o our laid k4uiit you .a. Horn 1C Victor Machines Single face Records GOc $10 Double to race Records 75c $250 to otr 40. I,- -, t t. i -- a. .uuiiiu Bouruu, ot Union lit)', 'f tho Mlllliiury Depuu . oiiiitli A; .Uiiborg's, uxrlviug LACE CURTAINS Now on Display at E311ison BrottLers Via Buy ..on lied Turkey, u. g i. , W , i.. llbodu lted frotu lied Chickens iu Uriio (or prlco of turkey. SUto Lino, O. U. Tiirulkuld, IMoyp uuuuic Carpenter rcturud to ..t udnusday tor tliu buuoflt . ij a They avowed to git return Lotuu and she ii. r u E. R. Ellison's Hans Grade's Monoplane. On Thursday afternoon of last week Mrs. F. M. Caso was given a Miscellaneous Shower by Misses Dottlo Davidson and Bertye Mai Itlco at tho homo of Mrs. S. L. Dodds. As tho guests arrived thoy wero received by Mrs. Dodds and served punch in tho hall by Miss Annlo Cowglll. Miss FOES Hldaa and Wool Boat , In rz3 Rln..n.. n.lil.n etc. Ban .n.led to co bark to hr TVTTTTTTTTTT .N'aiU for tbo BLUE ilAUK on tic upper right band corner of your It la to notify you that your Uurlcr inscription It about to expire. No piper are nut out after tho aub- icrtptloa l out. Watch 10 nice work inule, it SALE. in prlco 1160 tho pair, up, Lorsus, Including a good saddle t' . . On Jan. lat time, nolo 6 par a. i mortgiago or personal aocurtty. Uo to von at Stabr'a atablo. 11. H. Ilorvrs, Hickman. Sittc r CASH STORE At prices much lower than you usually pay for curtains of the same quality ratua and a few daya ago It was an nounced that he would be ready to fly A great crowd gathered at the race course to witness what was feared would be a failure. Herr Grade, however, disappointed his enemies by actually flying, and this In the face of a srtong wind. His machine, a monoplane of somewhat novel construction, rose easily and sailed rapidly both with and against the wind, making the Those who difficult turns gracefully. had seen flights by the Frenchmen Dlerlot and Latham declared that Grade surpassed them In the management of hla machine. ONE OF THE "YOUNGER i .g PRICES .50c in. by L L yds., pair . scroll border Nottingham Curtains, Nile Lily and yds., pair 75c 36 inch by 2 Mission border NottingMarie Antoinette and 1.00 ham Curtains, 45 in. by 3 yds,, pair. CurGreek Key and scroll border Nottingham .1.10 tains, 50 in. by 3 yds., pair Gctii Medallion border Nottingham Curtains, 54 .1.20 in. by 5 yds., pair Brussels effect corner and center, fine curtains, .1.50 45 in. by 1 yds., pair Poppy border, Point d'Esprit centre Nottingham 1.70 Curtain, pair Arabian Scroll and Lotus Bud Nottingham Curyds., pair 1.98 tains, 51 in. by 3 Bow Knot and Spray border Madras Curtains, .2.98 52 in. by i l yds., pair Lace Band Cable Net Curtains, 52 in. by Floral .3.95 yds., pair 3 --2 -2 i U t V i t , 1S:D ad your friends forsnk- - yoa uon cur trncks you to Oiu ud dlcB there. Vol, mnti. who L.iusi'lf upon qualities audi a i alia this mongrel by a con ous name a cur. i Floral Scroll and figured center Notingham Cur- m. by Z yds., pair tains, Figured Nottingham Net, wide floral border, 29 -Z .39c MEN" Albert H. Wlggln la Another New York Banker Who Interests Wall Irene Fnrls received at tho parlor, and tho receiving line, Mrs. Case and Instru Misses Davidson and Itlco. mental nnd vocal music were enjoyed. The many pretty and useful gifts wero showered at Uio leet of the bride. Brick cream and cako wero served. Theo guests wero: Henry Sanger, Carl Schmidt, T. A. Ledford, F. E. Case, 1'ercy Jones, J. C. Sextou, W. C. Speur, A. E. Kennedy, Misses Ucttlo DoBow, Loto Cavltt, Uuth Klmbro, Marguerite Fuoua, Maymo Naylor, Irene Paris, Leah Barry, Edna Carpenter, Lillian Choate, Hazello Johnson, Annlo Cowglll, Anno and Ituth Ellison, Virginia I'rather, Myrtlo Walker, Homer Green Cecil Barnes, Magaleo IUce, Laura and Marino Brown nnd Frankye Reld. Mes-dam- or commUiion merchant. in !35G"0er halfa century In toulsvilla" ana can aoDeueriorjou man agent Reference, any Louiivuie, wriia wccm May Appl". Wild We lire dealers! Sl. Glnr, tiUblished (YcllOW Utt and shipping tags. 229 E. Market SI. pnu M. Sabel & sons, KY. LOUISVILLE. It Is fortunate for the northern press generally, and tho New England press especially, thnt Cairo, Ills., Is situated north ot tho Ohio River, Instead of on the south side, as It will save the editors of thoso publications an untold amount of hysteria as well as n lot of valuable space and pent up editorial venom In denouncing tho southern people as a lot of lawless kuklux night riders. Verily; Verily, It makes a vast difference whose ox Is gored. Street. New York. Albert Henry Wlggln. will be a year ot very high prices Hour, Meal, Bacon, Lard and a few other things will bo too bt.h to uio. However, If you ihould n o any of tbeae you will find oura of jiu very beat quality and at prlcea per cent lower tban olsownoro. Hickman Grocery Co. Oklahoma Grand Ixdgo ot Frt. j " rtpted Muiumi, by uuaiiluioua v vired Ita fraternal rolatloim tae Now Jersey Masonic Urund I until such Uiiio ns tho latter i National bank, la another one ot the "younger men" ot Wall street, who has been steadily forging to the head there during the last few years. It was during the panic ot 1907 that he became especially prominent, for be was one ot those who did not lose their heads when things looked blackest He waa born at Medfleld, Mass., February 21, 186S, and received his schooling at the Dwlght school In Bosof tbo Chase We Don't Ask You to Buy We just ask you to see and examine this range before purchasing : : : : I high ton and the Boston English school, from which he was graduated In 18S5. From 1885 to 1891 he got hla f. 'i t ilia M Ua nusro membership i i J l iMislppI Masonic Grand Lodgo severed Its rolatlou with tbo 'trsey Crnnd Ixidgo for tbo r. n. -- -2 t iiJ y (i veiling, Kcb. 26, MIhh Dot I'mdson ontertnlncU tho K litre ( lub and a number ot frlunda " k and KIvo Hundred. Excolt ' freahnietiti, conslstlnK of threo 1 - Come and see these Roods. They are displayed in such manner that you can inspect every curtain in a moments time. rliceBO hand w Iclies. ollveH. and wero served. Salted almonds ru'd during tho guinea. The K were: Misses Kdna Carpen-I Ulan Chontc, lruno Fnrla, Vlr K Truther, LouUo Atwood, Aunlo Myrtlo Walker, Cecil Unrnes, J avltt, Ilnrello Johnaon, Uuth K i! ro. Uuth Klllson, Mabol Wilson. Drown, Leah Darry, Noll durum, Dlancho Huliu, lillso Lu-f Mogaleo Hlce. Dertlo Mai Hlco. 1 Hartlutt, ixiulso McKay, and S! Carl 8chmldt and Mrs. V. M. . ! f'" " BROWNSVILLE. Mason Dnniea Suuday. was In Drownsvlllo NOTICE I I I' 1 FOR SALE: eo hand Iron Roofing, Locuit Tosti, Brick, Pipe, Shovels, I'rlu, brooms and Cement 'hat we will sell cheap. I t We have some new and See us at Oil Mill. MlMriiaiiM Richmond & Bond Co. I, tho undersigned, will appear be fore tho Honorable Hoard of rrlson Commissioners of Kentucky at their Mrs. Lolla Williams, of Clayton, office in Frankfort at Its next regular meeting and prcsout petition and wub tho guest ot Miss I'eurl Williams ask for tho parolo ot ouo, Will John-sou- , Albert H. Wlggln. last week. sent from Kultou County and now confined ut tho Dranch first bualneas training as a bank clerk Tho Dlblo InsUtuto at Drownsvlllo at Kddyvlllo, Ky chareged In Boston. lluptist church was a great success, with murder. Then began his series of rapid proVAL GAKI'ENTElt. Thoro woro ten ministers from Mar- 35-motions. In 1891 he was made assistO tin lu attendance. ant national bank examiner In BosTho members of tho Legislature ton, In 1894 assistant cashier of the Mr. and Mrs. Harkoy and a uum-bo- r In the same city of young people of West Hick aro said to bo trying to start a boom Third National bank From there ho went over to tho Eliot Drownsvllle tor Speaker Oeorgo Wilson for man attended services at National bank In 1897, as Hnptlst church Saturduy night. Then he abandoned Boston and eno tered banking In Now York. In 1899 o be became ot the Nao Hickman Lodge 761 o tional Park bank here, then of the A. M. TYLER o F. & A. M. o Mount Morris and Mutual banks. In o Attorney at Law ot the I o 1904 he waa made Hickman Lodge No. 701, V. & A. o am now located at Padu Chase National bank, a position which M.. will moet In regular communica- o cah, but will continue to prac o be atlll holds. tion next Monday night at 7:30. Vis o tlce In the courts of Fulton o When the panto ot 1907 came Mr. Ulug brothurs cordially luvlted. o county and will be In Hickman o Wiggins was active from the first In o the conferences whose object was the II, N. COWOILL, Master. o every 2nd and 4th Monday. o adoption of relief measures and reto-ratlo- a c 1). OWE.V3, Socy, ot pubUo ooafldaaoa. Work lu V, 0. uud 12. A. dogreos. Petinl-tentlart. jj jl"" -- ajj OooooooooooooO St. Louis Furniture Co. OooooooooooooO Sell your lots at reasonable prices. "tovtn UVifrwi Ktntaikt LlttthtVm" Induce business men to locato In APPETIZING FOR THE DISHES SPEER 4 SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Hickman. BREAKFAST TABLE, This pnlwr Patronize tho business and Indus Jubtcrtptlon SI a Yarexpire". mMop (ret when ymir rmi ilo pote stnmiwi tries of tho town. The tknirlrr Jut UmIi In Adtnnc. We nmke NO exception Spenk well of worthy public Should Be No Real Difficulty In Makaulniei-lpllo- THE HICKMAN COURIER MAKE HICKMAN BETTER. l0iNiNG THE DA I Bradley Sr Parham breakfast cake should be eorved hot on heated ptates. Thoy are beat If mado aftor the famllr la at If you have any doubt of our supremacy jit a style table, for tho least standing producea makoa tho leathery quality which center, you have only to see the supfemely elegant showing thera ao lndlnestlble. A hot cake. of handsome Suitings ready for your inspection. llKhtly made and deftly cooked, li aa dlgertlble as any breakfast food to Let us make YOUR Spring Suit, and you will be asthe averago stomach, sured of the most perfect fittini;, the most ttylith, the most When cooked, n thick Iron griddle must bo used, and n good way to servicable and the most swagger Clothes that money will buy grease this Is to smear It with a rax lightly touched with freah butter. If Our prices, by the way, are In reach of every man. grease of nny aort Is lavishly used, tough con the cakes will be fried, of ststency, and without the delicate tasto required. Maple sirup, strained honey, and brown sugar are proper sweeteners for Bny cake, but theso must be put on only after the delicacy Never turn tho has been buttered XZT Anything LESS than a PERFECT fit Is NO fit at all cake over until one aide has browned. o stricken with paralysis In llaltlniorc, One turn la enough. Quality counts In shingle get the died Thursday, after lingering a week. Cakes. Take one-haHuckwheat Ho was a brave Confederate soldier, best by buying direct from our mill. cup of fine bread crumbs, two cupa of f teaspoon of ono of Morgan's men, and was 71 Yates 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, scalded milk, yeast cake, one-hayears old. Ky. salt, cup of lukowarm water, one and threo-qunrtMASONIC INCIDENTS. cups of buckwheat flour, and one tablespoon of molasses. Pour milk During the war of 1812, Gun. Winover the crumbs nnd soak half an chester was obliged to surrender for -- ASK FOR HATES- hour; add salt, yeast enko dissolved waul of nuiuullluu. The battle had t In lukowarm water, and then been desperately fought, un aful sufficient to make a thin batter. WOODLAWN DAIRY. Let thla rise over night; In the morn-In- r havoa had been made nuioug tho war A. H. Leet, Prop. stir well, and put In inotaasea and riors ot TYcuiusob, and It woi par teaspoon of soda, dis- Host ot Milk and Uuttor delivered ticularly stipulated among the condl solved In the quantity of lukewarm Home Phono No. 27. lion of surrender thai tho prlsouurs water given, and cook aa griddle should bo saved from llio tomahawk cakes. Eat with maple sirup. McMURRY & FLAT and scalping knife, but no sooner Southern Waffles. Take one am! Attorney sc. Law had they laid down their arms than r cups of flour, three teatea- Offlco over Hickman Drug Company the Indians begun them and Imnicdl spoons of baking powder, one-haotely an Indiscriminate onslaught beHickman, Ky. spoon of salt, one cup of milk, the yolks of two eggs, the whites of two gan. The American officer appealed AND eggs, and one tablespoon of melted In rain to the llrltUh general to en BETTER3WORTH A PRATHER butter Mix and sift the dry IngrediGroceries force the terms of surrender. Tho ents; gradually add the milk, yolka of GOODS boiling passions of tho Indians were eggs well beaten, butter and whites of City Delivery; both phonos No. 38, aroused to a, terrific fury. Tecumseh eggs whipped stiff, then cook In a "Ileal of EvcrrttlnB" sal upon a rantioti and looked upon round or square wafllo Iron. Strained First-Clas- s the dreadful carnage with fiendish honoy la delirious with these. Goods at a price that is within reach of B. S. ELLIOTT Our coupon system li being heartgleo. Suddenly ho beard tho cry ot Carpenter and Contractor everyone. Our goods are new and strictly a Mason In distress; with tho swift- ily endorsed by everyone, Thli li Potato Soup. Let me flguro with you. ness ot a deer of hi nntlvo forest ho evident from the Incrtai in ur Pare three potatoes of medium site, Hickman, Ky. in need of anything in our line it will When cut In quarters, drop them Into enough rushed among his warrior wielding And why? Decsuie It salted water to cover, and cook quickhla tomahawk high In tho air, and pay you to call and look over our stock. We are q ly. Whllo they are boiling, place one COTTON 4. ADA' -with a clarion voice that rose above pint of milk In a double boiler with Plumber and Tlnnera tho wnrwboop ot his followers, ho always pleased to show our goods whether you buy SAVES YOU S PER CENT. one whole otilon. and have the milk cried out: "Stop, warriors, shed no Go Anywhere for business well heated by the time the potatoes YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. Phone No. 73. more ot tho white men' blood, for 1 or not. We are here to accomodate the public. are donn. Drain the latter when have brother among them." With cooked, mash them fine, and slowly PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU the quickness of lightning tho slaugb A. E. KENNEDY add the hot milk, from which the onion GET. has been removed. Season with cel- Fire, Life and Accident Insurance ter ceaartf and the terms which at MAKES YOU MORS ECONOMery salt, salt and white pepper or papfirst been entered Into were strictly ICAL. licit Companies on Earth rika, and add one tablespoonful of butobserved. Trcumseh was a Mason Phono No. CI. ter and ono tablespoonful of flour disGIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER No other hutnnn power could have solved In a tittle milk. Cook the soup MORE FOR HIS MONEY. calmed tho tornajo ot passion that COURIER REALTY COMPANY for five mlnutca, pour It through a savage fur tho SAVES US A OOOKKCriRS bad nerved tho (Incorporated) Phone No. 21 soup strainer, return to the Ore to SALARY. Hut for the tallsnmnlc power heat, but not to boll, and serve. This Will placo and got you an of Masonry In all probability ovary sell that E. E. REEVES. Manager may be made very rich by flrst soup ENABLES US TO SELL f 1 other. No business, no pay. prlitonor would have been massacred LESS MONEY, placing two thoroughly beaten eggs In the tureen and pouring the hot It I doubtful whether there ha NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE HICKMAN T'wRNITURE CO. liquid over them, stirring very rapidly ever been devised by man n system CHARGED TO PAYING CUS meanwhile. The pouring must be Funeral Directors and Embalmers. TOMER, that hns tho power over tho human done very slowly or the egg will oook Phono 20, night or day. mind In the whole range of It pas strings. In YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRHickman, Ky. slon that Masonry ha so often, so OCERY BILL IS EVERY DA Instantaneously, so magically and so Reasons for Safety Homemade Yeast or Sponge. WE CARRY THE DEST LINE OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. humanely exerted. The Masonic ap Tare two medium sited potatoes and OF GROCERIES AND FRESH peal of distress ha never been rnado cook In boiling water. Drain and MEATS IN HICKMAN. r cup each of mash with In vain to anyone whn understood tho old stand. Phono No. SAVES YOU J AND AGAIN augar and flour and a level teaspoon of Hickman, Ky. Mystic Tie. PER CENT. salt Pour on two cups of the water Kvcn In our own Civil War, when in which the potatoes are cooked, and TRY IT ONE MONTH. . GRAY'S BLACKSMITH 8H0P brother and father nnd son fought which should be hot. Mil well, add (Hunziker's Old Stand) under dlfforent flags, there was no two cups of cold water and one yeast Has Capital of $50,000.00 termination ot fraternal connection cake soaked one hour. Cover and let Lowest prices for horseshoeing, f Wood and Iron Work. stand over night Allow of between Miuonlc bodies. Kver since Surplus Fund 15.000.00 this sponge to an equal measure of that fenrful struggle there hnvo been milk, scalded and cooled; then follow HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Christian churches, profemlng the Making a total of $65,000.00 the usual method of bread making. name creed divided on the question ot A. J. Wright, Manager. other half of the aponge will keep The slavery so that after neurly fifty which stands, not as the total security, but as .the mar Ice chest or In a temperature In the Maker and Dialers In Hurneas. yenr wo still fiavo Northern and (Incorporated) above freezing for two or three days. gin of security protecting our depositors. Repair Work u Specialty. Southern Methodist, Northern an The wholo amount of sponge Is suffSouthern Ilaptlsta, Northern nnd icient for four quarts of flour. Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor CLAY 4. CALDWELL. Southern Presbyterians. can lose a penny. Olacksmiths. Chicken Goulash. Masonry Htood tho (est, knowing no This is a STATE bank, operated under the strict Cut two raw young chickens Into sis North, no South, no East, no West, IllacksmlthltiK and Woodwork. or eight pieces of three Inch slices rising Miibllmely above all with a banking laws of Kentucky. Horse Shoeing a specialty. Chop two small onions Into each. grandeur peculiarly It own. So may At least four sworn reports are made each year. Uny bits. Htew them slightly, sprinkIt over bo. ling them well with paprika. Do not Its funds are protected by a modern Burglar Proof stew tho onlona long enough to let The Mason may go among tho IceA. S. llarkett, wife and children Steel Safe and Vault, and are insured against burglary them gut brown. Add the slices of will leave the 2Cth of this month for bound hills of Labrador, the burning and sneak thieves. chicken, also the livers. Stir them country and homo In Syria sands of Africa, among stranger or .09. f VA well and cover the pot tightly. Let his natlvu Its officers and employees are under bond for the fees, In poverty or distress, In Borthem stew for a quarter of an hour. Ills homo Ih at Judledlt, Margeon, row or sickness ho ha nn Invisible " faithful discharge of their duties. Add a cupful of sour cream, a spoon- about 122 tulles from Jerusalem. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservaful at a time, and add also a little They will bu genu about eight months shield that protects him from danger, water and bouillon. Let the meat con- A. S. says he Ih going to have Ills nn unseen pillar on the Journey to tive management, assure the patrons of that supreme tinue to atew for another quarter of children baptized lu the river Jordan the tomb. Madison C. Potent. is the prime essential of a good bank. safety which an hour. O whllo there. All Talk down nnd help tear old "shacks" In Hickman. Speak well to strangers of your town nnd people. A government Inspector of boats Merchants pay all you possibly can Ickmati about Mnrch 20. will bo In for country produce, nnd bring trade O to your town. At tin? tmle of tho S. M. (lest bank Kncourage and help tho churches nipt stock at Columbus, Wednesday, and schools nil you can. by Trustee A. J. Hess, J. I'. Dollow Kncourage farmers to patronlxc tho became the purchaser nt $3365, or town by paying good prices for stock about 81 cents on tho dollar. nnd grain. O Tell folks Hickman Is the best city Andrew Carneglo, the steel king, of Its site In tho United States, nnd lias agreed to donnto $15,000 to build it necessary, send thorn to tho Hick a library In Union City provided the man Courier for proof. If you are city officials will provide for 10 per not getting this paper, now Is the cent of tho cost of the building to time to hand us a dollar and line up maintain the library. with tho boosters. lnat, but not least, pay your debts Col. Thos. W. nullltt, tho distin- nnd do Just whnt you promise. guished Louisville lawyer who was Wig, 11 mar. 1011, 1910 down tho ing Cakee Light and Digestible Some Reelpet Valuable to the Housewife. plplnn Leading Tailors of Hickman ! Bradley 8? 'Parham lf one-hal- one-quart-er lf Business Directory Hickman Furniture FURNITURE UNDERTAKERS buck-wnea- one-quart- Save 5f on your Grocery Bill Company three-quarte- lt up-to-dat- e. . We Can Save You Money HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. car-nag- e. THE HICKMAN BANK one-hal- Hickman Grocery Co., WD0UGI it .$35J?tf4.SH0ES VA 1 APrrf TDTP.TA irUVVUlVI manufacturing engravers LOUI5VILLB,KTUA I Rolled Apple Dumpllnge. Make a rich baking powder biscuit dough, roll out In a thin sheet, cover thickly with chopped apples, roll up compactly, then cut Into slices about thick. Place In well two Inches greased baking pan, not too close together, and pour over the following: Mix one tablespoonful of flour with one cupful of sugar, add one cupful of boiling water, stirring till It bolls and thickens smoothly. Flavor with nutmeg or cinnamon. Hake and serve with cream and sugar. O Samples on display at this office. The Hickman Courier flirlf - EXOLUSIVE LOCAI AGENTS FOR. THIS EXCLUSIVE, UNB six-roo- Dick Drown, a negro Insane asylum from thla city about story brick house and O four or flvo your ago, died there two good lota for Bale cheap, All ImWe can save you from SI. 00 to Tuesday. provements, two collars, cistern, utc, o It will cost 12,000 to build house, our $2.00 a &thousand on your shingles. Kirk Shlnglo Co, Hickman. Yates price f 1400. Ask for No. 64. The COUU1ER for tho news. 2 If the North wants Senator Jniiien Gordon, of MUsUslppI, for Vice President, wo aro more than willing; Indued, we would be huppy to Bee Garden succeed Hliuriiinn as President ot the United Btnte Semite. There uro two sides to old man Gordon, und 1U the side of the Jolly old gent that lie has not turned to the limelight since the late 'Sixties that wo like.' On hiH brief exploit us V. 8. Senator lie disported himself to O perfection ait the pot lion. If a fleu RESIDENCE FOR SALE. bit him there would bo trouble In Tho Ulckninn Courier has a nlco the welkin und well he knows It. The Dyersburg ltoud Tolephono Co, orKiinlzed Monday with tho following officers: Tom Morrow, President; C. 8. Patterson, Vice President; C. I). Hoe. Secretary; Albert Cuppa, Treasurer; A. N. King, C. A. THE LARGEST MAKER AND BEMJLH WHhoii und W. G. Anderson Directors Thla line runs from Wulnut Log to Or MENS rINb SHUtt in mt Hickman and connects with the Hickw worn W L. Dogil" "I h man Independent company. lup.rlor lo.ll othjr Wsh HV wait O comfort and T. M. Williams lu the Horn! moved O this week. v . es at Brockton, KW'f how carefully W. L Douji" made, you would re.li" "H"'1. their shape, fit better, sent to the are -- to u houso ir i.i .L. nu into my S'JVs. 1 , a. '.,. ""'XW. i7w I 1 nJ 'A vriuM-s- x W. - rill, lur Mll Oii CfcUtoS; A. S- - BABKBT Has Just Declared 15 DIVIDEND ON ITS STOCK Citizens Life Insurance Co. W. SIGN H. GREGORY, FERRY PETITION. President CAN YOU LOUISVILLE, KY. BEAT IT ? cause for not doing ao. People com Ing to the on their way to town f- .j ki being circuited byW, and having river return home for want to aw oiio of tliu largo land LI of conveyance to cross tho river. Missouri side of tbo i 1 For these reasons, we pray that Into to tbo furry busl . will bo presented to you grant the said license to W. A. Hlnshaw, who, we believe, will give t urt of Mississippi coun the people satisfactory service, and pril tiTiu. run a ferry from Oorena Landing, .aw wnnU them to grant .... go of ferry from that Mo., to Hickman, Ky. Signed: liU lLT- - iinj presumu J. M. Tankorsley, 11. C. MatuH. way clour to get l Ll If bo sue-- Jack Illushaw, It. a. Tankorsley, A. a 1- 4- tit till side. ' it K tbo right to do thin A. Ulck, Joshua Hancock, J. FuUh, Chns. Itay, N. I,. I). How- i a i. iroot'i to put In all , John Mltcholl,I'nrks,K.K. Whlto, J. J. . ,"iU buula and whntulur t .) in ecimary to glvollrnt-- . It. Ilryant. Luther Hllllard, J. L. Golf, ,V gasoline . launch 30 Willie Mllner, Dave Drown, 0. W. Hurt Augloatcln. John Mc- S fuel wldo, a largo Cbanoy, and L.ch tenuis and wagons Knrland, Jim Townsund, C. B. Dugan, L L. a on at unu end and off Clarence White, Jouica Ferguson, J. , J. O. King, J. J Dick, without unhitching, and V. Uyniut-eut u a part of llui equip- - Jut. II. IMckctt, Luther Henderson, Loo King, W. L. Walker, M. L. Lit In to uiu. i. tic, H. V. Boss, 11. C. Barnes, T. A. a. ( is u copy of tbo petition McClaln, Marlon Dick, C. A. Trusty, i of tlioo who bad af-i- ll I'. L. Cunningham, K. Ray, J. J. Mad .&imture to It up to tbo dux, John Fletcher, Harry Montjoy, wk It. A. MoDade. A. B. Willfuns, Sim U Ui Honorable County Court of Farmer, Jas. Oakley, W. IJ. Hughes, U'Wppi County, Mo., Greeting: A. D. Kellers, Jim Tyner, Tom Colo. We, the undersigned citizens of O l Blvail Tnuimhln MMU lk . i mil M1 IUI ' J iidinj county, do hereby petition Tbo Court of Appeals of Kentucky r (MnoriWe body to NOT grant this week handed down a decision ; mjic jirrry license 10 wherein It refused to allow a motion isirK I J I - IL. I.ll for a rehearing In the Electric Light he boats of the present and IViwer Company of Pulton. This plant was ordered sold by Judgu Ilugg, tho Court of Appeals sustained llugg's order and now It refuses c;id The said ferrymen do not a rehearing. Therefore the famous in compliance vnn case, which tins been In litigation a ..r m compliance wnn tneir number of years, will bo settled after tho May term of court, when It Wrt- j- Son,,, dt,JU tney don't ru,, will certainly go under tho bummer at an when there Is no " Fulton Leader, NO -,1 ' V. 11 1 L di-uL Don't Pay Too Much for Your Drugs and Medicines Don't pay. too little. One is as foolish as the other. Pay the reasonable price, but rather economize in other ways than buy medicine that is not right in price for it is sure to be not right in quality. At Helm & Ellison's you can depend on the goods being positively right, and our solid policy always insures the price being right too. Pay Helm & Ellison's price and get Helm & Ellison's quality and you will always be right. Still working llko a slavo In your corn crop? Yes. Well, read this: Dr. J. M. Andrew, of Wlngo, re celved a nice und appreciated pres cnt first of tho year In the shape of n check for $800. This amount was for genseng, which tho doctor raised In his garden and sniped uway re cently. Dr Andrew planted tho genseng In a portion of his garden as an expert ment and Is now thoroughly satisfied that It pays to raise It. Ho planted tho seed four years ago and Is just now reaping tho reward of bis crop. It takes time for genseng to grow but after tho first harvest Is made It can bo gathered each year. Ho only took a part of the crop and left tho other growing. Last year Dr. Androw got enough seed from the crop that If ho had sold them would have brought tho round sum of $3,500. Ho Is saving tho seed to replant and will contlnuo that work each year and soon will have a largo acreage of the medical Over Illness Power Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails 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. ALL S0RTSi44- -i Flno weather. Clean up the yards. Ccwatll'a Dru Star U lha nnlv place you can get ItEO. G. T. Meacham, FOR SALE: No. 1 good workhorse 38p Hickman. For Eastor flowers, seo or tele phone Miss Ilonnle Carpenter. Bur your groceries at the, Hlplcmim Grocery Co., and save 6 per cent. Dr. McKeel, dangerously 111 at his well known here. Is home at Buy your groceries fmm thn HlrV. man Grocery Co., and save 5 per cent. uji tJt Mrs. Will UaUey. of Louisville. Is tho guest of Mrs. II. E. Millet, this week. root The seed are worth one cent each and It cost a neat sum for him to plant out tbo crop. Ho Intends to keep raising tho root and Judging from his salo ho will soon hnvo a fortune In his littlo garden. Write this gentlemen and seo If these ore not facts then figure up what you have inuda on that tract you have been running In corn tho past four years. What would It bavo brought you In genseng? Cowrjill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Howard Schmidt, of Union City, was tho guest of his brother, Carl bonunui Sunday. Save on your thlnglo bill by buy ing direct from our mill. Yates 6. Kirk Shingle Co. Miss Bonnie Carpenter, represent ing the Joy Floral Co., solicits your orders for flowers. C. C. Smlh and wife and Miss Mot ile Bourne returned from tho St. Louis markets, Monday. II Helm & Ellison Gen. Huckner, former governor of Kentucky, hopes to nee a Democrat elected President to succeed Tnft For twelve yenre Goy. Huckner has voted tho Republican ticket, and bis friends will bo delighted to know tho old fellow has again gotten religion and has returned to tho fold. fint-T- Noel Gaines, former state adjutant general, who has been acting as In spector under Gov. WHIson and State Auditor James, says that of over 200 distilleries in Kentucky, not one is making Its yearly tax according to' law. Last year ho says tho distiller les paid 1119,000 Into the State treas O ury, while In fact $350,000 should hav If your groceries have not proven been paid. Mr. Gaines says be has entirely satisfactory try trading with proof upon which to base all C. H. Moore. G. L. Collins went to Martin, Teun.. Saturday, to seo a cousin with whom ho has recently become acquainted. Ice cream, hot and cold drinks and everything In the soda water line as good as can be found anywhere. uco Harris. lYlWJLl lff J. B. WUklns and O. R. Sanies. two prominent farmers of tho Crutch-flui- d neighborhood, were here ou busl-- n wno appreciate the value of style, plus endurance, will select clothes ma de by SYRACUSE, N. Y. ss, Monday. FOR SALE: S. L. Wyandottes, 11. I. Reds, Buff Arplugtou Eggs. Writo or phone for prices. Mrs. Florence, Rice, Hickman. 39p Hangings are to be abolished lu Kentucky. They havo become unpopular among the people especially the criminals. Miss Maude Kirk, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. E. R. Glbbs, returned to her homo In Hickman. Monday. East Pralrlo (Mo.) Eagle. W. T. Royer and family, who loft No. 8 about two years ago and went to Oklahoma, aro expected back this week. Again wo say, they will como W. S. PECK & CO. Peck's clothes have stood the test, and they are sold strictly on their We bought them in competition with the best known merits. makes and we offer to you with the. confidence that you will be a thoughly satisfied purchaser. A visit to our establishment will convince you of the value of the clothes we sell. Just drop in and look through today Our line of SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, TIES, BELTS, SUSPENDERS, SHOES and HATS are far superior to any we have ever had, and are now ready for your inspection. " hack. Judge V. A. Naylor and Sheriff Q. Johnson returned Friday from Lex ington, where they placed two young Fulton county culprits iu the reform school. Miss Rose Campbell returned to school at Bowling Green, Saturday, after spending several days at the of hor mother. Mrs. V. A. Hlnshaw. bed-side Wo understand there Is some talk of an effort being made to got a new Jail building for Fulton county. This will naturally bring on more talk as tho matter fs agitated. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. (INCORPORATED) CO- - Hickman doesn't want a mill vory bad; only two of her business nieu have uliown enough Interest to ask the address of the mill men who said they would like to locate here. R. A. Tyler, proprietor of tho Oak- wood .Stock Farm, has purchased a 30 b. p., four cylinder Cadillac runabout. Trice $1,600. This Is a senger car und oue of the latest things in autos. NEED KENTUCKIANS. ibko your produco 8chraldt no c 13 Speaking of tho action of officers while men to defend tho Slkeston Herald recent shamoful In Cairo killing n negro criminal Just Olio trlnt .1,1 , Millinery in Its iri Spring Beauty An extensive showing representing all the New and Effective ideas of the newest creations. Scores of styles are here I Hats for every clime, taste and occasion; STYLES cARE CERTAIN TO MEET YOU APPROVAL Shapes and to-we- eady- - ar Hats at Liyc ..V f)r t says: Hut some dny koiiio girls or ladles from Kentucky, who linppon to bo In Cairo shopping or on business will be Insulted, robbed or attempt mndo to iiKsnult them by the thlrkllpptd nssnsslna of virtue. Then business v 111 pick up good nnd strong. Alt the yells ami threat of tho negro loving officers to stop won't amount anything. An army of COO or men from tho towns of Kontucky ear Cairo will romo Into tho City, sweeping deuth nnd desolation In thel w.iy. Including tho shorlff, his negro (iTtitlfs and every militiaman who trie to protect tho negroes. Wluu hat tlmo comes, which might occur niiy time, tins army or iiimiiu urienurs nnd champions of the tlrtue and purity of tho white woman, will kill or attempt to Kin every uegm in l Into the Cairo or run thorn river to meet death by drowning. This catastrophe ran bo averted by showing proper respect for t!u while rnro and plnrlng them as the ton thousand degree superior people where they belong. 0 1 pell-mel- Airs. Hmina m. City Monday. Huy your cigars Hickman Drug t:0 from Hirrl. H. T. Beale, Notirv d..i..,. I (Our gujsy Reporter Oet ready for Knster. Host flour on tho mnrkot ays: - . MIMUBr' "'Hi 1 ICt Srhmldt niak keep them pressui J- mi. -- y L .f .jincn ikirf, K. Fas. a Itcttcrs have p'lrflhnsiil division. ua W 1 worth FOU A 1'rnther. UKSTi I,. 1'. Hlllson. on tho Hill. Wall Paper' Desirable residence grades at the Helm & Co. lo pcr' IV.. paper, It cost the HUi See Fuqua, Helm A Co. for wall All prices, So roll up. to dofund Prnit Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shaw spent and purse snati:. Sunday with J. M. Ituper and family. Kirk & Ward w,i, The outlook for a peach crop In Ion to Cairo. 8umJv this county this season Is anything They leave at x u round trip i but encouraging. a , f 1 .3 ( - 'Lid. 1.7 line 5WSSES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS 25c to $3,50 We Invite Your Inspection State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, us: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is ittmlor partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney A Co.. doing business In tho City of Toledo, conn ty and stnto aforesaid, nnd that said firm will pay tho sum of One Hun dretl Dollars for each ami every ease o' Catarrh that cannot be cured by the 4ino of Haifa Catarrh Cure. P. Battsser & Dodds D. G. Co. (INCORPORATED) J CHKN13V. The Gaddjen "Did you ever hear that conundrum about tho lawn mower?" he asked. "What's that! Who borrowed It last!" "No, no. The one about what It the difference between a little boy away off by himself yelling for his ma and a lawn mower?" "Why should he yell for hit ma and a lawn mower?" "He didn't He yelled for his ma. and the conundrum ia: What It the difference between him and a lawn mower?" That'a the conundrum, Is It?" "Yes. Did you ever hear It?" "No. I never heard It What af I didn't?" "Oh. nothing. I thought maybe It might interest you." "And so you told me about It" "Yes. Had you ever heard Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. !)., 188C A. W. (ILKA (seal) SON. Notary 1'ubllc. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free. Frank J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76c, Take Hall's Family 1'llls for consti Senator Paynter la looking afa Kentucky's Interests In tho river and pation. O harbor bill. Ho will nsk that the 1 100.000 during tho win After losing nproprlatlons as paused by tho house bo increased so as to add $10,000 ter races, I'hll Chlnn has decided to sell his ponies and quit the gnmo It moro for tho Kontucky river and Is the history of Ramblers to reform nougb to complete tho Improvements after they go broke, and i'hll Is si in tn Green river. Tho latter amount ply doing the only thing left that he Is estimated at not loss than 1100.0 K). can do. llurn all in (.1,1 II. Drown and wife spent Sunday .13 daughter, Mrs. J. .M. Jtopur nnd got rid of a fi, 1 I ,1 . with their pests that have d , near State I.lim. -. woltlng for th. . Cnpt llnllls Kirk and Oco Harris them Into nrtuuwont to Union City In S. I,. Dodd's Marlon Protow t auto, Monday afternoon. J1 lumber shed 1 r - cf Tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. ban I'rlco House for i 1 dies U10 best lino of Furniture In will move hi luiuLf r f . West Kentucky. Let us show you corner In n short a, There will be a business meeting Commander 1'criy u of the members of the Christian z X!wa ctiurih Thursday tug 111. i;very one Southern rltUs ti, when he will be at. htc urged to bo present. u going to ChatianooKa A . 1 V J. II. tawts, of near lleelerton, re vlllo, Memphis and hu ceived notice last wck that his broth It Is highly gru'.it 'g . er, P. O. IjiwIs, died at his homo In r tr Phoutitx, ArU. Deceased was former the people of our I c;ptr .t ly a resident of this county, but left ing nuvumiiRe 1.1 n for reading whi'U 17 about 1 years ago. i magniucent t 0 Quail and many other kinds of birds a thousand volutins ( a'. I. : t have suffered terribly during tho bad In the short tm.t weather of the past two months and been open Th- - pu . - u j :1 ninny have died for wont of food. the school rliildi'U It has become qulto the custom, and IxKiks and we hop a humane nnd commendable onu It to do so. O Is, to put out food for the birds. J. 1 1., , B an.i. ji- i.tt Ilev. M. K. Dodd, formerly of Ful ton, now of Padurab,.had his physl ognomy sllshtiy twisted by coming In contact with the fist of Clins. (Ira ham on a street In the latter city Sunday morning. Tho preacher had made remarks about Orahnm's wife which were uncalled for NOTICE (Jositel metingi jl k J.'i Court llouee Tliuidj f wd 10. Kverybody U charged a th ilxr 1.- -and hear tie (. sjh rr ; 3 u Ai.c j E the days of ' Wright 11 1 ss 4 9 M W a. lHHill lllliIH0 '- " T1 Such aa will sometimes cleatn Above the necromancy That bids one sit and dream. X but an idle fancy That bud and bloom and tads. And as each one unclosea Another year Is eount the years aa roses mad. Their rrow In one treat garden All patiently and slow And Time, the faithful warden. Attends them as they crow. Z count the years aa roses A petal for each day To glow as It uncloses And then be blown away. The petala faint and wither. The winds of winter run To toss them there and hither. Ad so the year is done. And some are years to treasure. And some to lose we're fain. For some are sweet with pleasure And some are thorned with pain. What Is the difference between a little boy away off by himself yelling for his ma and a lawn mower?" "You just said he wasn't yelling for tils ma and a lawn mower." "He wasn't Ho was yelling for his ma, and so what Is the difference" "I suppose it makes no difference to anyone except him and his ma." "You don't qulto catch It He was away off all by himself yelling for bis ma and a lawn mowor, and" "Did he want her to bring It?" "Bring what?" "The lawn mower." "He didn't want any lawn mower. He wnnted his ma." "Will, did she come?" That hasn't got anything to do with the conundrum. It "What did you put It In for?" "I mean It doesn't make any differ ence whether bis ma comes or not The question Is: What Is the difference between a little boy away off alone by himself yelling for hi ma and a lawn " "Why, confound itl You keep say- Ing he didn't yell for the lawn "I told you I hadn't" "It's pretty good. Isn't It? itr Final Call For Easter You desire clothing for the season's fashion event (March 27 th) made to your measure, as you want them, your order must be placed this week. If Is" Ed. V. Price & Co. MERCHANT TAILORS, CHICAGO mower." But In the endless rarden Tile roses bud and blow While Time, the faithful warden. Attends them, all arow. So may this New Tear near you Without a shade of (loom And comfort you and cheer you Aa does a rose In bloom. "He didn't He yelled for his ma, and the" "Ob, life's too short I can't under stand you!" And the man with the Ingrowing face hung over the fence and grew purple with wrath and Anally shouted across the yard: "One Is a lawn mower and the other Is a lono ma-ebut I hope you never guess It, for of all the confounded lunkheads I ever saw you get tho blue ribbon!" Out the man with the dissatisfied ears tdmply smiled grimly and went luto the house. As long as tbo people of Cairo al low negro officers to' be appointed, will build the clothes to fit your form, with the assurance of complete satisfaction in every requirement of style, shape and service value $20.00 to $40.00 Tho Early The man with came to the fenco the man with tho O e 0 0 0 0 0 Conundrum. thus In u measuro sanctioning social the Ingrowing (ace equality, Just that long may they exand looked over at pect rlotu, for aa bad aa Cairo Is, dlssatUiled ears. thcro are soino whlto pooplo there, who will with OOOOOOOOOOOOO nation. not put upCountynegro domiNows. Carlisle o O coat only one o The Courier NOTICE TO PUULIC dollar a year or leu than 2 o cents per weak. Are you a o Parties who owe tho Hickman subscriber ? It la too cheap o nlture Co. accounts that are duo Fur will to either ateal or borrow. Sub o pleaso call and settle at once. Wo money re- - o wish to close the old books at once. serlbe today, Your ItEKVKS, Ms funded, If set satisfied I I I o Let Us Measure You Today BALTZER Si DODDS DRY GOODS 1 rCORPORATED. CO 0 00 O Thirsty? HMO U who you seed MuaiiutusauUUWWyLV