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The Hickman courier: March 17, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910031701_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: March 17, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. it L.rt !,jW LIVU'" prlnl fs,r?ht pop"'" K., THE HICKMAN COURIER. Tem thaPullB the Co'n'nBTCia' Waoon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. A BLUE MARK HERE mnn thnt roar mt erlptlon ho' iplr! Ilcncw promptly I7011 want th ppor to com to jron After thin montli liX-- :? iB tha Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO.a-lO- pin rrr.R NO. unut ni ik western iektuokt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR lHIlK NEW S. S. "CITY OF MONTGOMERY. mmiifmiMMi if Sunday is a day when EASTER and everything tries' to look as well as possible. The earth and nature" try to blossom forth; and men and women don their best and bravest attire. C.,yHti Mirt fetiffirr It Km Iist week at Newport NewH, Vn., the Ocean .Steamship Co., of Savannah, launched their new vessel, "City of Montgomery." This month her slstor ship, "City of St. Louis," will bo launched, and each steamer will start on its maiden voyngo during tho early summer. These two steamers, Intended for servlco between New York and Savan nali, Ga., for tho popular Savannah Lino aro to bo tho Lulsltanln and Maurctanla of tho coastwise traffic In "10 matter of slzo and luxurious appointment. It Is entirely fitting that the Savannah Line, known sluco tho early days of shipbuilding and coastwise servlco as the Ocean Steamship Co., should aspire to tho loftiest Ideals in tho construction of its vessels. Thus, slnco the days of tho famous "Itapldun" n wooden vessel of 8C8 tons they have changed from wood Into iron and from Iron Into steel, and havo grown larger and moro comfortable with each succeeding launching. Tho acme of coastwise ship building has not yet been reached. but these two vessels will bo oxnmples of luxury afloat such as tho greatest dreamers of fifty years ago would uover bavo oven dreamt. Great wido decks, fifty feet across from rail to rati, with dining saloons allowing an unobstructed vlow of tho ocean, sheltered decks and sun decks rising forty feet above tho surfaco of"lho ocean form only a few of the, attractions of tho "City of Montgom cry." A length of over 400 feet and a tonnage of 0,200 make these twin steamers tho very essence of comfort and safety. An Interesting feuturo of tho con struction of these steamers has been tho attention paid to tho demands of varying climatic changes. Travelers leaving Now York In tho faco of a Northern blizzard will find comfortrooms, warm and able, steam-heatecongenial lounging rooms, and music rooms and cozy corners to niako 'cm forget that they aro on tho ocean Instead of in a modern hotol. As soon as tho climatic chango occurs, tho ventilation and cooling appartus on board these steamers will aid them In bearing comfortably tho balmy air of tho Southland. In tho same manner will those coming from tho South bo assisted in tho chango from warmth to tho chillier atmosphere of tho Northern winter. Water-tigh- t compartments, safety signals, submarine bells, wireless tele' graphy and all tho modern devices for tha safety of human life at sea havo been Installed on tho ' consisting of Ten largo bedrooms with private bathroom havo been arranged on tho new boat. The bathrooms aro finished in Ulo and delicate colors with hot and cold suites-de-lux- running water, both salt and fresh. Tho bedrooms have brass bedsteads Instead of tho usual bunks, and the ISLAND NO. 8. appearance of the suites is on tho order of tho finest hotel suites on shore. Delicate draperies, settees, writing tables, lounges and couifci able arm chairs form a combination that will appeal to all travelers. Kach stateroom on tho new steamers has au electric fan and oloctrie llghts. There are accommodations for 136 passengers of tho first class, ZK In iho Intermediate class, wblui rooms, will be housed in three-bertand G7 In tho steerage, for which class comfortable provision has beta made. Another uulmio feature will bo tho on board barbershop and news-stanthese steamers. Tho delights of a morning shave havo hitherto been denied tho coastwise traveler, unless ho happened to be au export with the razor himself. For those who don't use tho suites-deluxthere aro numerous shower baths and regular baths, to be had free. As a seanco in the smoking room is always a source of delight to the average male passenger, special provisions havo been made to make the smoke-rooInviting. Access to tho smoking rooms In "blowy" weather may be had by way of the lower deck, indoors, thus doing away with the hitherto unpleasant feature of a cold blast from without beforo being ablo to reach the shelter of stateIn, fact thero is every conrooms. venience that one could wish on this new steamer. h d JAIL DELIVERY. MARRIAGE LICENSE. We want to see you looking well on Easter Sunday; give us a chance to do it and we'll put you into Hart Schaff ner Suits $18.50 to $25.00; all-wool, & Marx be proud always. clothes that will be a credit to all of us; you'll of your looks, and so will we. Six Inmates of tho county jail at Union City made their escapo Thursday by sawing tho bars and bolts from tho cell doors, and, after getting Into tho corridor of tho Jail, effecting their escapo by digging through Uio walls of tho building at tho window. caso Tho saw used was a first-clas- s hardened iron saw, about six Inches in length, that bad evdiently been passed from tho outsldo by somo conTho work had evidently federate. been going on for several days, although the sheriff says ho had inado a very close search every night for a week past, as ho suspected something but wa9 unablo to get tho least trace of any attempt being made. Business frocks, Prince Albert frocks, Dress clothes carried in stock by Hart Schaffner& Marx;; we'll be glad to order you a suit on approval. Every man in society should have one. Other Spring things Neckwear, Hats, Shirts and Furnishings for Easter day and afterward. Sun- Plenty of water Just now. Alf Green, of Hickman, was hero on business last week. Tho mumps are the stylo now and they certainly aro swell. Jno. Summers, of Hlgerson, Mo., spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. Knott, tho New Madrid lumberman, was hero ono day last week. Miss Dernlco Royer Is visiting her sister, Ina, and friends of Hickman. Wo hear that Fred Haydcu, who went to Louisville for medical treatment, is very low. Will Taylor, of Kosoma, Okla., is duo to arrivo hero soon. He will fan on No. S this year. Joo King and wife of Three States, visited their parents, Fred Hayden Smith and Pcto Uranham, convicted and wife a few days this week. at the recent term of court of Uie Carry I'eavlor, who has been huntmurder of a boy on Ileelfoot Lake, ing and trapping on No. 9, has reand were under a 10 and 15 year turned. Ho says the animals aro sentence in tho penitentiary, were scarce thoso who escaped. Tho other O four were housebreaking, bootlegging Many a wizened up dry goods and crnpshootlng. Nono of them havo been captured. clerk In tho big cities looks pensive when ho reads of the big prices for O all his fathor's farm used to produce. Read the Courier. The following' were granted 11 .ense to marry In Obion county last week: Lon Hasklna and Lena Hill. C. E. Boswell and Lola Hall. S. T. Ward and Llllle Mooro. J. H. Henry and Annie Cozart. John Williams and Opal Jones. J. F. Cu turnings and Etta Sams. W. O. Jordan and Flora Agnew. W. C. Seymoro and Maggie Heeso. Neeley Howell and Nannie Spencer. Arthur Richards and Ruth Hawkins. Clarence Cavender and Vlnetta Foster. Raymond Gibson and Jessio This Idea of tagging cold storogo products with the date when they were put in is all right. Glvo tho living ben, pig and cow: a chance as against past generations. An old couple lived together forty years. The man said that ho and his wlfo never agreed but once In all that time, and that was when thu house took fire, both agreed hat tho best thing to do was to get out us soon as possibgle. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes About Our Ladies' Oxfords OUR SPRING EXHIBIT of Pumps and Ties embraces all the new Short Vamp ideas in modern footwear. The heels are made to give comfort and that desired arch effect to the shoes. We can say," without extravagant use of words, that satisfied wearers are our best advertisers. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW STYLES IN E. P. REED'S OXFORDS SMITH & AMBERG t FOR SALE: We have tome new and second hand Iron Roofing, Locuit Posti, Brick, Pipe, Shoveli, Forks, Brooms and Cement that we will sell cheap. See us at Oil Mill. Richmond & Bond Co. On Thursday evening m mm mn Mr. und Mm. Cnri Schmidt entertained a largo number of friends at Hook. 'I'luir.i wrn hIx tables and the pro gressive games played with much" In tercut until a lato hour. Mints woro nerved during tho games. Cream and oiko mid assorted frulU were served Tho Kuests were Mr. and Mr. W. O. Hpeor, Mr. C. C. Oraham, Mr. and J. u Mm, F. M. Case, Mr. and Bextou, MUses Ircno Farls, 'Virginia l'rather, Marguerite Fuqua, Dottlo Davidson, MessrB. Guy Hale, Fordlo Maddox, RubsoII Johnson, Harry r an If tho recent derision of a New York Judge Is not reversed by tho United States Supremo Court, the Wright tiros., and tho million dollar syndicate back of them will control tho air In tlio Vnlted States A decision handed down says tho Wrights havo the only patent on a steering device for alroplanes and that all other miiuufucturors aro an Infringement upon sumo and aro forbidden to uso tho devlco. This gives tho Wright Byudlcnto practical control of tho air, and thus another trust Is forced upon us. Tho old shacks still stand. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 SMITH & AMBERG a THE HICKMAN Cems Wlrn" Ktnf Uik? COURIER REVEAL GRAVE SECRETS tiki ht Dw" GREAT BRITAIN, JAPAN AKD RUS SIA OF ONE MIND. ' 2a- TO THE at , DEFENSE Icoprrtcht. OF ) ALASKA , W. 0. BPKER and J. 0. SEXTON", Edltori and Proprietors. t f TT rW i armors and Merchants Ea&l Clinton Street, nickman, Kentucky. It Is Said England Seeks to Humiliate Us as Her Rival as Mistress of the Scai. WajVilngtitri, 1). Q Statements were made by ufllclnl of the adminM ration, and notably by the state ilrxuttiirnt, whlfh revealed International sswts of moment nnd Illuminated ominously the promt antagonism nf (treat llritaln, nnd Ititssla to the pmgreM nf the I'niteil States in the far Kat. Of lint Importance nre the following fact. officially declared t First That Omit llritaln Is the solo olistrwtiiinlst to New York eiipltiil lielng assigned its shore In tho Hankow whlfh is commonly known ns the Chinese loan. Second The stieees of the stale de partment in obtaining the railway in IJslwntrt- iManrliurta was omimkihI by liussin nnd Japan diplomatically, but wax nlmdiite. An Effort la Being Made to Reclaim the Coal Lands of Alaska. ly nullified by the entrance of (ireat and llritaln into the alliance. KILLED IN RACE RIOT TEDDY AS PARTY Third The motive of tirent llritaln Is, according to the belt information, the suWtllnation, if not humiliation, of the FLAK FOR SENSATIONAL TOUR TWO WHITE MEN AND THREE NEGROES SLAIN. FOLLOWING RETURN. I nitetl State! Urent Hfitain' prospect-ivrival a the future mistress of the seas. That the greatest n.ial power will Will Mak Sssperat Encountsr It Impossible for Roose Deputiea Have wo control the Pacific in an axiom Imth ut OfUcsra Shot, With Nsgrosa-Tvelt to Refuse Requests of the state department and the n.ivy de Negro Captured. ONE DOLLAR Enterodat poitoftlcu aa the. PER YEAR CASH IX ADVASCB. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THiTbasiI That we offer to depotltors. Other lBdncoraents are of MconrUry tmportunra second-clas- s Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. R FOR' MILLION-DOLLA- HALL Is Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your PatronnZe. Philadelphia City Administration Planning the Erection of Magnificent BUlldlnc. J.tn Contingent upon n decision lis tho coprts fatoratilo to tho rlgh. of thd school mithorltles to flont lor.ns" Independently of councils, II IS nmimincpd lo be the plan nf too city administration to erect n grout convention Imll to cost $1,000,000. nntl to be the most magnificent building of the kind In the world. This project Is one of tho Greater Philadelphia plans ' to Jie financed In tills manner, the Inquirer of that city says. The mayor's committee, it Is stated, Is undecided whether to erect the $1,000,000 convention hall on concrete nrehes, stretclied'aeross tho Schuylkill river, from Market tq.fjhestmit street, ns recently giiegestd, or to find a new ' site for thfspuff5s"e along tho parkway. rail-roa- AN H. Duehanan, J. J. T. A. Led ford, C Doadurant, O. D. Threlksld. K U. later, Br. 7 3d j w si nt oArcol Anil UUIUKEST WAV TO TRANSFER MONEY aaBSSEaaaaassssBBaaBassaasaBaassBsaassaKaBaa RuMn-dapan- c WMP;5 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APLY c Tl UOAL MAN1QER OUMIERUNO TELEPHONE ft 4bs)9 00 ee TELEGRAPH eB, CO, Yet Y It Is the" hope of those Interested that If tho courts pass favorably upon the legality of the school board loans by this summer tho money needed for the Orcnter Philadelphia can be obtained soon afterward. If this can bo dono then will bo a strong possibility of the great building being completed before tho summer of 1912, Thla accomplished, tho convention hall will not only accommodate the naengco feat Of the northeastern Snengerbund of that year, but will ennblo the city to make bids for the Republican, and probably the Democratic, national convention. Tho Immensity of the building planned can be estimated from the fact that at the saengerfest n titagc to accommodate a massed chorus at least 5,000 voices Is required. In addition to caring for great meetings of national importanco. It Is the Idea of those interested In the plans for Greater Philadelphia to have the building serve also as an exposition building for articles made In thja city. Utility in Studies. partment. His Tarty. Tampa, Fla. With three negroes dead Theo Washington. Former TRUST WRONG IN PRINCIPLE dore Roosevelt i to be Preident called upon to as the result of race rlut in the neighsave the regular Republican organization borhood nf Palmetto Sunday, wrath of Government's Standard Oil Brief Fol in the roming congressional elections. the resident of that section seems to te Also Col. Roosevelt i to be railed upon assuaged. The sum total of deaths is lows Argument in Missouri Case. uhlte men, with to indorse the Taft administration, the three negroes and Washington, D. C "Either the fiber-- tarift bill and the conduct of the regular one white man In the emergeiK-hosI man act should or it should Republicans in congress. Such is the pital here with a bullet hole thiough his be enforced in a manner to nuke the programme made out by the Republican head. respect it." The last of the three negroes Implicongressional committee for the coming With this declaration of it guidius campaign. cated in the murder of two deputies nnd principle, the department of jnticc Chairman W. R. Mchiniey of the con the fatal wounding of the third was Wednesday filed with the supreme court gressional committee, collaborating with lynched at dusk Monday afternoon in of the United States a thousand-pagother regular leaders, ha mapped out the palmettos on the latnk nf the Manbrief in support of its petition that that course for the returning of the Af- atee titer. He had fallen asleep and n "Standard Oil" be dissolved as In when he awoke he was gating luto ths rican hunter. Whether the arrangement law. of the Sherman anti-tru- t approval of President barrels of a dwelt rifle- - and shotgun. have tho Even then he showed a defiance, and The brief will be the foundation of the Taft is one of the thing that is not disgovernment's oral argument at the hear- closed. Presumably they have, for Chair reached for hi rillr. In a second he was ...99 HOIK HMPLETE AID... -- Absolutely THE BEST- - to riilHonaire Canned Goods. Helnz'a Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. or Ulsphoae iu when la nti of GROCERIES, FHE3H Wists Otll or rSEDSTUIr'FS. Telephone 6. e 3 Deliveries. iola-tio- c President Schumian's questioning of the utility- of teaching modern languages In colleges Is somewhat surprising. While It may be true, as ho claims, that not one In 100 outside of HONOR CONFEDERATE WOMEN teachers will .uatheni, this Is not a valid reason for discontinuing them as studies, duch a test could be made First Monument of Its Kind Erected to sweep the, college curricula of nearat Rome, Ga. ly (jvory study-'no- ing of the cace by the supreme court. One of the two thiek volumes of the brief Is devoted to an analyst of testimony taken in the circuit court of the l"nitcd State for the Eastern district of Missouri, which decreed that "Standard It repreent. jrars Oil" be distolved. of governmental investigation of the oil business. man McKinley has had several conversations with the president very recently. At any rate those plans have the a proval of many of the mutual friends of the president and Col. Roosevelt, like Senator Root ami Secretary of the Navy Meyer, and to all appearance they are also approved by Col. Roosevelt's son- Representative Nicholas lungwort li. One of the thing it is pis nnr,l that Col. Roosevelt shall do uiwii his return is that he shall make a spectacular speakiug tour across the country In be half of party regularity ami the Taft riddled with bullets. The trouble which lis resulted thus fatally grew nut uf a dispute Sunday between Stribbling and a negro named Ruddy. Ruddy shot and killed Stribbling and Sunday night Deputy Sheriff Matthew was killed by either Ruddy or one uf the Kill negroes when the ol fleer, at the head nf a Kwsr, had surrounded a house to which bloodhounds hsd trailed the murderer of Stribbling Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KSTABUSnEO lttU. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Ssvocoisor to II. O. Hamsfs, dtoi4.) INTERSTATEORDERANNULLED Commission Has NoFower to Compel Connections With Branch Roads. Washington. Twice Monday the supreme cnurt of the United State annulled iniimrtant order of the interstate commerce commission rcausc the commission had exceeded it ailtlmrity. One of the order required the Northern Pacific Railway Coiuny to Join with railroad in establishing n through route and joint rate from the East to puget Sou ml point, via Portland, Ore. The other order required the Delaware. Ijiekawauna & Western railroad to grant a phj sleal evunettion with the Rahway Valley Railway Company at Summit', N. J. In the Northern Pacific railway esse the court held that this railroad already maintained a "satisfactory or reasonable mute from the East to Puget Sound points, and a long a such a route was in existence, the commission could not require the road to join in another. "The condition In the statute is not to with," said .lustiest Holmes in announcing the opinion nf the court. In the other decision It was held that the commission did not have Kiwer to requite it railroad, subject to the interstate commerce commi-sinn- 's order, to grunt a connection with a branch railroad, u)ii complaint of the branch railroad itself. The court refrained from deciding what vta n branch road, one of the points in the case, coui-tin- Harble and Granite rionuments CURDINO. for Trunucrlpt. good-lookin- Rome, Ga, S. A. Cunningham, editor What of the Confederate Veteran, of Xuihtilb-- , d er mathematics If. this test wefe ns 7 i Who. nges jot Tcnn., was the principal speaker at the trigonometry in his .dally 'business? unveiling here Wednesday of the first Wha bukiie-i- i 'mAn has actual .re- monument in the United SUite in honor course ta what he) Iearped of cHnnv of the women of the Confederacy. lien. of Istrj" or' rafocralogyt. The utilitarian Clement A. Evan, commander-iu-ehic- f .r "a .. who ie3f canoe njjpueu ,ioo.rjgiuiy Wjcoi-leg- f tho United Confederate Veteran, was to have made the addre., is ill at tetMules.S'lOr 'te' result ofgreathis homo in Atlanta. ly narro'wlnifteolliure.turrieidiim. Tlic shaft, whtrli is of f!ror"ia marble. ThaJj-ultJra- l studies' 0Ugh to' have a is ,30 feet Injieight. It i decorated with chance. Si lflttcapolis Journal. two group of figure at the bae, '"News From the Front" and Only Thlpk We .Are Tired. AngelT Trisciiption One difficulty which we alt recog- "The Ministering praising the purity and fidelity of the nize Is that of distinguishing between either side wore, writ real. n,nd pseddo fa?guo In ourselves Southern women on Woodrow .Wilson, of or others, and knowing when a .ra- ten by President tional degree of real fatigue has .been Princeton University, formerly. resident reached. Even tbo physiologist In his of Rome, and the Itcv. O. A! Siinilly, laboratory, however exact he may be former president of Mercer Uui'.trsj.iy, with the muscles of animals, has no method of measuring accurately the degree of fatigue In the Intact body HESTER'S COTTON WEIGHTS of a human being. Our sensations arc not altogether a safe guide. We often Average 310.42 Pounds XgaTnst 310.11 Interpret a temporary sleepiness, a Last Year. "f, temporary lack of power of attention XfW Orleans, Iji. Secretary Hester. and uneasiness to be free from our task, as signs of real weariness and of tho New Orleans Cotton evidence that we should stop our la- Wednesday Ssue4l a statement .of weight, bors. Yet wo know that often n of 0,628,700 bale of cotton handled at slight change of conditions will seem outports and across the Mississippi, Ohio to glvo us renewed, energy, tha feel- and Potomac rivers overland to American ing of fatigue Is gone and wo turn manufacturers nuUide ofthq cotton licit with, freshness to our task; our sup- during the mouths of September to Febposed fatigue wa only au Illusion. ruary, inclusive, showing an average of Prof, Lee, In Popular Science Monthly. S10 t'MCO pound agiiiht Sl'J 4 pounds for the same period last year. New Business for Women. These averages are based on rcorta irt and overMiss Edna Dlanchurd Lewis Is a of cotton handled at New York woman who has originated land, and on official returns of the secreof the exand now directs he only Insurnnco taries and superintendent at orts and interior department In the world run exclu- change ami c.M-rtsively for women. There Is a splendid towns in the state named in the rejxnt. field for women. In this work, sho says, and It Is comparatively easy to work Husbands Afraid. up from the ranks. Tho first step Is husAnn Arbor, Mieh. Frightened to become an agent. She herself had been a school teacher, bu( found tho band have been burdening Dr. Victor work uncongenial, so became tho C. Van Khan's mail recently with spevl. agent for an insuranco company, with men of collee, meat, mintage and other most of her work In the colleges of article of food, with requests for nn Smith, Wcllcslcy, Muuut Holyoke and analysis of It. Explanation intimating fear of poisoning uccompuny each packVassnr. age. Dr. Vaiighun ha been engaged as a toxicologic in several noted cake of Wagner's Popularity. That Pittsburg Is baseball crazy alleged poUoniiig, notably the Swopo every ono knows, and ono wonders com) ut Kaimis City, and the idea has how far the craze will go when one apparently gotten abroad that he is at finds for sale In an image shop on the service of all suspicious husbands. Wyllo avenue, among tho figure's of Day to Give Babies Away. saints arid martyr, llttlo plaster casts New Orleans, l.a. Wednesday was the of Hans Wagner In baseball regallla. nut the limit la reached, Indeed, when, day they gae babiim away in New Orleans, and the human gift did not go ob 'happened theother day, a small boy comes to tho public library and begging, A carload of the little tots arInsists on tnklng out on bis card rived from the New York Foundling and Orphan Asylum, uith an eager croud of "Fairy Talcs, by Hans Wagner." claimants insulting their arrival. In addition to thok who had previously niailu All In Knowing How. to Mrs. A. How do you manage to successful claim In u boy, many pressed the hom tliut there have servants conio trooping to you? about the ear disI've advertised and hardly got a re- might be soino "left oer," Their appointment wus keen when tlmy found ply. Mrs.JliTT01i,jny advertisements call the advance demand was entirely up to the present supuly. lady help. l!ost( conic-sectio- consldored'exsen-tlal- . would become of the high- administration. 173,344,000 BUSHELS WHEAT Government Holdings-Co- rn Estimate of Farmer's 1,000,806,000. kind, HICKrUN, STONB WORK H til IRON FCNCINO. l i KENTUCKY ' .... r-- .' I Washington, March 8. The quantity of the 100'J wheat crop in farmers' hands March 1 was about 23. J r rent, equivalent to 173,311,000 bushel, compared witli 21. C per cent (113,092,000 bushel) of the ll0S crop on hand Marrh 1, 190V, and 23.8 wr rent (112,171,000 bushels), the average for the past ten years, aeJ curding to the crop reporting board of ' tTio Jerur(nient of agriculture. The quantity of fern Is estimated at ,J er fent, eiiulvuleiil to l,010,sf,',,ooo bushel, compared with 39.3 per rent (1,0(7,703,000 bushelr last year, and 3S.-- J cent ('J2J1HC(()00 bushels I thn past ten' year average; and of oat at 36.1 per cent. r Davidson iStubbs Meet Your A- Ti Fri Lauderdale's In Hlckrxan. Hoi sna cell UUm; eleclrlo lights sa4 tut, hydraulic ehsirs aai snrjUUI lor comfort. Street, Ilickrain, Kj. DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Kj. Tonsorial Parlors of Best s Farmers, Attentionl Here is u questicn that we want to put to every farmer, and we urge that you give ymiroclf uu honest and truthful uners Cannot the South, and can not you, on your farm, raise your corn, ha)-- , hog, mule enough for work stock, ami still produce as many bales of cotton as you have You plant enough land heretofore! in com at 20 bushel per acre to make all you need, ytu enn have hay by rutting the native grasses, or better by planting the best, your hog and mule colts can graze of tho year, ami Mill tost you but little. Can you make 10 bushel of cum per acre! 1 there not some farmer in your county who is doing this? You know you can if you will give the laud your attention, anil enrich and cultivate. We have made the farmer North and West lich by buying from them since" the Civil War. Can we stand the drain of paying profits to the Northern farmer, to the dealer who bti) from him, to the railroad and to our own merchants? Look at tho market prices now on com, hog, hay and milieu, nnd you will surely agree that you can raiso any mid all of theso for less than of what they cost you. Memphis Commercial Anneal. three-fourth Cliuton Kelt ooor store. lo Joes ' Csf. Orer TtDD. CowglH'i drug Union building. Cll, In C. D. A. LAND Casta Book New Books, Store FOR SALE Both city an farm property at rcasotublo prices. If you have real estate for 1 FOOD FROM COTTON PLANT Splendid Selection . . Cotton Seed Flour Hatter and Cheaper Than Wheat Flour. Washington. That the cotton plant capable not only of clothing, but feeding, In large xtrt the people of tho South the statement made by Secretary wa Dickinson by hi nephew, who resides In Euiiis, Tex. He has informed the secretary of the shipment to him from Texas of samples of cotton seed Hour, bread and cukes. Thl food has been privately tested for twenty years, and the nephew wishes him to test it. The tost of cotton teed Hour i said to be only SO or 73 rent that of cereal, whilo it nutritive valuo is declared to be from fitu to seven time a great. To glvo the necessary consistency, about rent of wheat Hour Is udded to the 10 cotton seed Hour, but for rake and such foocj no mixture I required. 1 secre-tury'- Stationery, Post Cards. lalejctuscetyouabujerADDRESS: - Notions, Etc Otll islsMittr slock. ETarylhlng l. Hickman Courier RealtyCi Hickman. Kentucky. Mary Bflrendes&Gompani t Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helpinc others when tickle the rno for good Job printinr;. We can exacts typographic .ppctite. enlce corr have pruken of our excellent back for a .econd scrvm. Our pnet. a the, ai r : DENOUNCE TOM WATSON. William T. Ellis Rcstnls Charge Missionaries Immoral. Atlanta, Oa. Announcing that hn hail come to refute the charge made by Thomas E. Watson that Klsio Siegel wus a missionary, nnd that there uro cute similar to that of this girl among the American women missionaries in China, Win. T. Ellis of Philadelphia, in uu address before the Atlanta Bible conference, roundly denounced the Oeorgia politician and editor- - WILL ORGANIZE MILITIA. Dickinson Issues Orders Affecting the East. Washington. Secretary of War Dickinson has Issued a general order Creating what is called the first dltisloii uf uimy of defense, entering it territory comprising all of New Engluml ami the State of New York. Its purposo I to orgauUe the regular unj the militia oi (filiation of this turitory into u furru Uu of being as a unit In anv t ' emerge ucy, Secretary most reasonable, too, and you can alwajj most promj pend on ui jrivln your orders the our and careful attention. Call at thla office and look over ud va. JOB PRINTING Hffsg 4sry little cheaper than the other fellow. Weddlnc lnIUtlons. letter htl'xh$itata ale bills, statemeats, dodfsrs. cards, etc., all reclre tie ssme slwsjs. Hu HUl bettsr than seems neceasar,. Prompt A SPECIAL ORDER. PASSED OVER TIE ma rflr GOVERNOR'S VETO KLAIR DILL, PROVIDING POOLING OF PRODUCT8, A LAW. FOR .130, appropriating $2.".000 to uio Hlnlc Institution for l Children. $50,000 for waterworks at the Central asylum nt takowoort nnd $1.000 for other Improvement nt Iho last named Institution. Tho bill I'coblc-mlnd-m- nte lllll pnsrrd. Hints For Hostess MS, TIMELY SUGGESTIONS for Those Planning Seasonable Entertainments m.m- n Mop-day?- TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. r. ti i Wr man I Uko that doll lil ft f. a isJ I' HOW A ' at Inatoad of inylnj; ,l wou,d 0D,,r Ia DOCTOR CURED SCALP UlSfcAbfc wai ten or twclra yean italn dlaeaso. lomotiitni L thoush It wasn't Hint, an j ' r several months, and llnally r v tnlr catno out a - or to seo mo and be tiff t ti tho Cutlcum Hcmedlc I rfC r o In a few wecka. ( Jtlc urn remedies, alio, - out on my bonds and i a Rrrat deal. I haven't IU v trouble with the icalp si i- gI a -1 j't J tit- -- .s Jetilo IT I Krt ' lluchnnan r.il'on, Qn., Jan. 7, 1509." I", u 0 m ( - jb'i iet Sj ttrr f a. J ' T A ' th Barnum's Clrcui : r tho famous, clrcui r. e "I liaro had the i ise among tno con ncdltine cheat with my last Ihreo seasons,' and I r certify that they were .e in uicij wuica ih r uio" v. -- hii tie rg Man Cot Even. i' .in called on the man ow jorn concern mo ijrjti" .. "J c nt hi card In by ttio c 'lido rt Rate. Tho boy ! U lazily and told the in m that the manaccr ni3 ic iW - h in. ' i no and ask him for the aM 1. laid the caller. mites the boy returned nd trip. Say," remarked ' ton told mo to tell you U: t- -' cip that card, but bo aent u; i cj io nar ior u. Tit - ' .rs man wai deeply In- isr.ri, I ' fc" decided to ect back ai !d :r. te Ho opened nil card u :j l;civ oui anoinor caru.nana- !t i jes t It ' v 'h i lo your boss," ho tia Uff . ' I win Iwn i ii Keep n.a laid ino money. Xfiijti ekl'ri Ttf cicisrr rushed out of tho gate lb iaip inn mnn nnii ipir. Analyzed by Chamltt. Aprcpcs of President Taft .and hU met decision about whlaky, lllchard SI Utieln llrlnr Id I.trerpool itf rc:e a hot wbtiky dticunlon. tzt til A ItftU cr m est iiii i- - ,i i'Jtri;. nc 1 ii -- cn tt or wai K)lonoui drlnkT Chcml ero aDDllcd to ererr nuiixy iuo oniy wnoio- patent still whliky rrudllan entered a nubile ar tho Albert dock ouo t'tt' in: tald l c; whlaky purer J c , I ahould think aol' thn rnib- Sfin 'Jt'a been paralywd r anarchlata.' " .' ten n tit- le t: I V !: - ' lYcrldRo a " V.aihlncton wna areplylnir at.of to defender ' r- Not Appropriate. t tt mo of a man" Iml tit r.' It. Mrr. ' ' "rral. Thla man bent over ' J iloaely watched tho low. ' otllti down Into tbo clean at hla r 11 uJ -1 ' '.tr chambor nrcunred 'for . and said to'tho undorJ hIrIi na Uo collln ST J tt ' ncateit fit I ever saw In tun and havo n drink on ' Sunday Magazlno of .' tid Leader. CHANGE THE VIBRATION Ii Makea for Health. A IT .1 t (.! of m . s i. with ,r- - ot h o i ' fruit, crBp drapo-Nut- o4lt . Jnj,vcilp . n i. 4 I "isni n ltd' (a, 'r 'a a o onco In n whllo whero iu iiiiyruvu a onc thut a incut rater will tachlfcry nt II. Ecma ,0 ucco,no clogRcd doesn't work nwiu "a t.i.J ,i t A , '. 1 ; J c!'t' rtiii K ;l 1 5 r, WIvo valuo nnd .tultea up Id. k of tho hljtfiest value. i1y digested and capablo 1 puio . i. na:uo ioou i r"!,i,y changed Into i and ptrong tissue. T1)I good, "t K.U ;i "" !nnatural the it. , triir, "rd ,g tb(J ej0nu,nl wUcu n,lju'B'n tho body Into Jrray ""Iwtonco which 111U nrrvo ccntors. u v.iluablo fcaturo of drape-- 5 phoiphato of pot-- , grains from which It , rr Raj. ii "'''"fortrial. little tho Hie." B A' Krco of nervoua strength a'S? " (rur ' u"r'u ".l ih "l' "There's nlteason." IrHrrf A niy ' Tl"r BDa ,ul1 boolt, "Tha iuuua Hennle lllll 2fi:.. Introduced by r Nngcl. which rotate to furnish-Inbooks to circuit nnd county clerks, passed, 32 lo 0. (!ov. Willson aent a communication to the legislature suggesting that ft BACKED BY TOBACCO GROWERS board bo n"pK)lntC.( to report on tho ndVlaablllty of uniform laws. Dr. J. II. Lackey Introduced n bill Measure Inereailno Salaries of Prlion providing that the surplus of thn dog P Pertaining to Easter. Commlnloneta Pstiet Houie Sen- tax law bo used lo establish an lift At tills scafeon of the year all our stltutlon for tho prevention of tuborfi ate Panes Dill Creating State Doard ! entertainment naturally partako of culosls. of Plumbers. s tho sprlng-llkdaintiness that1 Hou Hill No, 407. authorizing fls everything. A Faster apto purchase such official cai court proaches It Is most fitting to uso the I'rankforl. Ky.-a- or. Wlllsnn'a reto record and office supplies a are nec of Hniiao lllll No. (I. lntrmluced b essary In transacting business, passed, dcllcatn colors which nmong artist nro known ns pastel shades, not forlleprcreiitatlvo Klalr. pruvldlns; for CI to fi. tho reulsterlnK with tho proper county Ilouso lllll No. 193. providing that getting yellow and white, tho true olllclals all pooled priMlucts, and all goods and merchandise made by 'Foster colors. Next to Chrlstmaa, probably there a penalty for persona sollcltlnf? convict labor shall bo so branded o tho purchaao of such pooled product, bolng offered for sale, passed, C2 aro moro gifts given at Faster .than at any other season, for all classes was treated with Htllo ceremony by to the IculKlatiire. Mr. Klalr said ho House lllll No. 423. providing for and conditions of society celebrate was sorry to linre lo attempt to pain purchase of turnpikes by ilscal courts, tho glorious Eastertide. Willi the day but two weeks off, the department for a bill over Clov WIlUon'K veto, but without special elections, providing such purchase does not exenod $10,000 this and next week will be filled with that this meamiro was for thn Interest all the Faster hints obtainable. There of every tobacco grower Jn Kentucky. In any one yenr. passed. C2 to 0. Mouse lllll No. 332, to amend Sec- are always eggs, emblematic of the Zimmerman nnd. Mr. Hchoberth now Ilfo; tho Fnstcr hares, or, a3 litspoke for the measure. Mr. Schoberth tion 3fi0, Kentucky Statutes, relatlns tle American children call them, "bunsaid this measitni wan to enable tho to fees of Jailers, passed, C3 (o 2. nies," alIlouso lllll No. r13, to amend Sec- ways nnd flowers first, last nnd farmers, when they have organized tho gift. for tho litirpoae of having competition, tions 2,5117, 2,5B7n nnd 2.C:7b-2-- , of tho Every year best and sweetest tho shops show nn" allurIhnt thoy may havo n compact organ Kentucky Statutes, providing addition- ing lino of novelties for this glad seaization. Iln said the farmers through al pennltles for violation of local op- son, but thcro Is ono very attractive out Kentucky wore backing this meas tion laws, passed, 08 to 4. symbol that Is not seen as often as It Ilouso lllll No. 477. lo amend Artlclo should ure, without an inception. Thn bill be. viz.: tho chrysalis and butbecame n law by a vole of "7 to 11 3. Chapter 89. Kentucky Statute, rel- terfly. ative to government of cities of seconover the ggvernor's veto, Lot me tell you of a beautiful passed, CC to 0. Thn bill providing that the salaries d-class, for nn Faster table, which of thn prison rommlsalonerx be InCounty Unit Dill Shelved. may bo utilized If desired for the givcreased to $3,000 a year, the chairTho democratic majority In the ing of favors or to announce nn enman to U.fiOO nnd thn secretary or senate spoke and said thcro will gagement. If monoy does not have to tho commission passed the not bn any temperance 11.800. bo considered, use real Easter llllea. leglsn-liohousn In a null. nt this scsalon of the general In tho center of each n very small Thn bill providing for nn nnuunl assembly, lly a, majority of two dem- gift may be concealed, or tho engageappropriation of 110.000 to each of the ocratic votes tho motion of Senator ment ring placed. At tho close e normal srhoota nnd to Stain univer Claude Thomas, of Paris, seeking to repast pas tho Jar nnd request ench sity passed the house. reconsider tho resolution that put the guest to take ono; the surprise come Tho senate passed the bill cre I'rltchard county unit bill and tho when the favor Is discovered Artiating a state board of plumbers. Waggoner county unit bill In tho ficial lilies may be made or purchased, hands of the rules committee, to de- which servo tho snmo purpose adSenate Patsti Truant Dill, mirably. Another very Senate lllll 230. providing for achlif feat them nt this reason, was tabled. decoration Is Tnado by effective a table using low truant ottlrrr In oliles of the first nnd Those voting to table tho motion bowl filled with spring flowers, over Senator llosworth, flu second classes, nnd requiring children wero: Combs, which a number of artificial butterto attend school until they reach the Drown, Cnttlotl, Chlpman, These aro made Dowllng. Katon. Hogg. Hubble, Linn, flies nro suspended. age of IC years, unless they hold a Mathers, Nagle. Newcomb. Ilyan, of tbo colors predominating In the certificate under Iho child labor law. flowers. They aro hung on very fine passed. Si to 0. Senate lllll 139, a Tlchcnor nnd Wyatt. Total, 1G. Thot o threads of Irregular lengths from a voting not to take tho motion were: companion bill to tho mcasuro Just , n Ixop wound with ferns or smllax passed, and providing for an Increase D. M. Arnett, Dcrtram, nurnam, Curo-ton- fastened over the table from the light (Irlgsby. Salmon. Craham, from $700 to $1,000 thn annual salary Smith, J. T. Smith, Thomas and or celling. These butterflies may bo of assistant to the tninnt olllcer of at Watklns. Total. 11. Tho roll call made may homo from tissue paper or they first and recoml class cities, was pass snow that If the names of the two storo or be purchased at a Japanese ed, 29 to 0. favor counter. republicans who voted with the maCocoons mndo from tissue paper, Dank Examiner Dill Panes. jority wero stricken from It. still the Thn rules committee called Senate democratic majority tabled the motion studied with cotton, aro appropriate mil 1311. the bank, oflunlnyr bill. The, of Senator Thomas by a majority' of receptacles for holding small gifts or ravors. atcommitter reported omojday ago a two votes, and must accept the re-- tached toTho name card may bo dethem substitute measure, providing for tho' spourlblltty for defeating the county scriptive verso: with the following appointment of Inspectors'; by the sec- unit btlls.at, this session. On all votes from my little cradle take me: heretofore thre havo been enough retary of state'j'ubjncl fJJvonnrma-lioI ran't wake unless you wake me; by tho court of appeals. The republicans voting with tho democrats accepted Iho substitute bill. to divide tho responsibility of defeat senate ing the measure. Those absent when The bill passed. 3! ta 2. Senate lllll 211. by Senator Wyatt; the vote was taken are: Senators 1.. providing state registration of auto- - W. Arnett, Heard. It. II. Drown, Don moblltt and other regulations, passed,. nldson, JarvlR. I'rltchard, K. M. Taylor. O. A. Tnylor. Vice, Oliver and 28 to 0. Senate lllll 224. lo protect the water Wright 11. The Dowllng library commission bill tables of turnplkas aplnst use as cuHcrtr and to prnvent- placing and tho bill of Senator Hurnam np of telephono potes therein, passed, 21 portioning the taxes of the state were passed. to 3. In the houso tho bill creating WilSenate Dili 307 by Senator Watklns, to chance tho boundary lino of the son county out of Wayne, Whitley, and Morganllcld schoj district, passed, 27 I'ulaskl counties was passed. Gov. Willson signed the bill making to 0. warehouse receipts Issued by corpoScnato lllll 193, providing life-saing apparatus for- use In initio disas- rations negotiable and transferable. Senator Cureton obtained consent ters, passed, 29 to 2. to Introduce a bill appropriating a gilt Extra Session Is Probable. of $1,000 to tho National ltlvcra ami .Although tho senate passed the Harbor Congress. It names ns com In originating' the houie mlssloticr to receive the money Pink bill war- Varble, known as the Interest-bearinIlrlnton Davis and J. l.ltbgow rant bill, Oor. Willson Is not satis-lie- Smith, or Louisville. with the measure, and tho probaMonument to Morgan. bility of an extra session Is strong. Tho rules committee called up nnd Senator Combs explained the bill. the senate passed thn bill No. 87 for No. C3. ns a Daughter of the Confedtho benefit of tho Colored Children's eracy measure to securo from the lomo society, nfter reducing tho ap stato treasury $7,800 to mipplutnent a propriation from $10,000 Jo $5,000. , liko fund they havo gathered to erect a monument to Clou. John II. Morgan , Information Wanted. ( Tho bill passed, 2S to 0. Senator-Orahaoffered ft resolu Ilouso Hill 79. by I.. C. Owlngs, pro tion calling on tho adjutant general vldjng for thelcstructlgn of carcases for Information ai to whether Htalo of hwIiio dying from cholera or other roups were, sent Into (irayson county diseases, wr-- i passed unanimously troubles. Sen during iho night-ride- r Ilouso IIIII 170. by J. T. Iluford. allow ator Katon added an Inquiry as to Ing commissioner for state titer.! cou t McC'rncKen counjy. ItjiaiKed, at I'rankforl, paused by a vote of 54 Tho rules committee cancu up aen- lo 24. ato lllll C2, proposing lo submit to Ilouso lllll 354. by II. A. Schoberth, vote of thn peoplo nn amendment tp to provldo for tho benefit of tho home n to carry out tho thq constitution. for IncurabloH, paused by n vote of 71 Ideas of tho stato tax commission In to 10. modernizing tho assess changing and IIoiiho 1)111 139. by S. D. Hincs, pro ment of all Classen of property nnd tho vldlng for teaching dental hygleno In collection of taxes. Tho bill passed, public schools, passed by a vote of 59 SO lo.O. .' to 11. Dy JULIA DOTTOMLEY. Willion Approves Them. (ov. Willson nent to tho senate the renppolnment of K. li. Underwood, ot NTI'IIING Is qnlto no comfortable C,n . Willson sent to the senate auU prettier than the noiincemcnt of his approval of Senato Frankfort, a negro, as commissioner llttlo bonnets of velvet or silk, or any lllll 91. Uio LouUvlllo waterworks bill. of tho Stato Normal school for ne- slmllur fabrics, which aro worn by Soualo 1)111 77 nnd Senato Kesotutlon groes. tlpy girls. I'lush with ribbon or silk Sonulo lllll Ho. 2, appropriating $ 13. providing for Kenluckyitcprosenia. Is used for at tho Stato In- Introduced In tho make-ufor Improvement tlQii nt Iho celobrajjou to ccimmomo- ones. stitution for tho Illlnd at Louisville, 40ino very handsome easily tho bntllo of l.aho urio. ale mndo, us ''ben bonnets nre Tho rules committee called tip bon- was adopted. most of them are built on tho simple Stunrt cap with the addition of rulMes over the fuco and at tho neck, vhoro Lexington, Ky. Tho Jury lit the they, CONDENSED NEWS' rr.jiMS; form a protecting capo. ttubbcrnly cao of II. F An elnbornte bonnet U shown In Luke O.'Cox, presi Van motor ot al. vs. W. J. IxiugliriiWc Fig. 1, made of silk and trimmed i nii'uviiln. Kv with l dent of tho I'nlon NuUonol bank here, et ul. rendered a vrdlct In the a narrow braid. TbU tins a double court sustaining tho will ot Mrs rufllo about the faco and a double In loVnl Ifnunrlal cirand prominent to an fSiisan T. Allen, by which W. J. Lough- capo cles 'for 20 years.. nikTUinlk-dand ties of broad, soft ribbon. ildge, tho chief bt'iiollelury, j be of nhjurlV. fo'UilS. tHY-V'- f mitt For tho younger child n simple cap iUtKUluM about $50,000. ySar! Is shown In Fig. 2. This Is of emDover. Ky. Th tklrd stxtlon of C. broidered broadcloth ovvr n eIIIc li1 nro4oftKliiaf5nif Frankfort, Ivy. A & O. l'MMungar Train No. 7S wm ning. A 'band of hand embroidery finwithin tho walti of tho penitentiary, ished with a border of volvot wrecked here, live car were der.il' In tho Ioer fuctory ot the I'ulon this pretty piece of headwuar U.000 worUt.of cl, hut no one wss InJuied. Traflk Co., (lestroyed for thn buby. Soft mull ties may be v .n dilajid sevcial horns uiacMnory aud overalls. aen-nlog prcr-vadepro-iilll. I.I ft the rovers thnt now Mnd Take them oil and you will find 8ome Easter Suggestions, Tor n children' party send tho Invitation Inclosed In an egg shell In wee basket Just largo enough to hold It. Say, "May I count on you for th party I am hatching for Faster made from Faster postcards cut out by soma each put up clever boy on n, Jlg-ain nn box made from marked with guest's name. Children as well as grown people have tho puzzlo craze. For prizes have something symbolic of the season thcro Is much from which to select at most all stores. Hanp up n Bhect after tho manner donkey party; of tho draw a big brown nest on It with a crayon, outlining carefully the center of tho nest. Give each child a paper egg cut from some bright color, with child's name on back for identification, nilndfold each In turn and see who comes nearest pinning egg ta ': middle of ttesL This Bchcmo Is equally good for o Havo card-boar' puzzles Your Liver is Clogged up Sorts Have No Appttita. CARTER'S LITTLE. LIVER PILLS Tkeydo Uxlrduty. That's Why You're Tired Oat ir. . few Bil Cue Ceailipa .aVlWITTLC IVER k Carters) PILLS. Usiactt, laiigtitiaa, imi Sick liut!acl. SHALL rtO. SMALL DOSE, SMALL rUCB GENUINE mutt bear signature i tic. grown-u- p party. MAIIAMK MEnrtt. n CATARRH The graceful Gainsborough Is still tho lender among evening hats. Instead of a single fancy button as a finish to the front of a coat, a tassel moro or less claborato Is often used. Tho kilted plaid skirt with tho plain cloth bodice, with tight sleeves. Is among the fashionable delights of tho season. The waist Is seen now cosand then In tumes, but It Is 'Still too radical to be exploited freely. Whether It Is to come back to Its own remains to bo sharp-pointee of-th- Cured by the Marvel of the. Century, B. B, B Tested for 30 Years, nnwklnir, Sptttlnir, Tool Breath, discharges of yrllow Batter permanenUj cured with purs Botanical IngTcdlenta. To proto It wa will tend jou a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE but It canaei tilreratlona, death and decay of bones, kllla ambition, often causea loss of appetite, and reaches to ireneral debillty.idlocr andlnsanlly. Xtneedsattentlonatonre. Cnra It bf Uklnc Ilntanlcal Illood IlmJm (H. n. II.) Itlaaqnlc. radical, rermanentenre because! I ndi lb arttam of tbe poison verms thst ran eats rrn. At tbe same time Illood Tlalm (li. II. II.) purines IhoMoud.doesawsr wltb ererf symptom of catarrh. II II. II. sends a unctlsff flood of wsrm,rlcb, purs blood direct to th psrslried nerres. and parti sffeeted by catarrhal poison, riving- - warmth and CATAKKII IS NOT ONLY DAKOEROUB 11 seen. n needed, snd In this way Cashmere cloth la one of the most strength aJust wbere It Is cure of catarrh In all Its perfect, lasting makingoipreaa.ll PStt I.ABOH popular of the season's fabrics, and rpnna nrtudOMTHor brforborne euro. HAUPI.H ImlTlH, wllb directions n.KJ9 by writing Illoort Halm Co., nothing Is better for practical wear. Inscribe your trouble snd free medical It Is to bo bad In nearly any design sdrloosiTen. and color, lllack and blue xro popular. Tho wldo silk rubber girdles, studded with Jet or steel, and accompanied by wide, long sashes, worked with the Jet or steel, are still popular where a costume admits of the separate girdle. two-piec- Bonnets for Baby Y PflJlJHftP0 aV prl-vat- - v - For sore throat, sharp pain in lungs, tightness across the chest, hoarseness or cough, lave the parts with Sloan's Liniment You don't need to rub, just lav it on lightly. It penetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble, relieves congestion and stops the pain. ays: "We have used Sloan's liniment for a year, and find It an excellent thing for sore throat, chest pains, colds.and hay feverattacks. A few drops taken on sugar stops cough. Ing and meeting instantly," Mr. A.W. Price, Fredonia, Kans., g Here's the Proof. d Sloan's - tlwi p L hand-mndcom-plutu- a Liniment tiseptic remedy for asthma, bronchitis and all inflammatory diseases of the throat and chest; will break up the deadly membrane In an attack of croup, and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheumatic pains. All tlruzslsts ltoep bio an's Xinltneut, Prl:ei25e.,eCc.,4$1.00. is easier to use than porous plasters, acts quicker and does notclogupthc poresof thetkin. It Is an excellent an- -' used when tho embroidery applied In of mull or bntisto. Hut If It Is silk or lisle tho body of tho bonnet, ribbon ties are required. . - V (Jar-uio- llrown. cream, bluo and whlto have proven strong favorites for children's bonnets, m to color. Ilrlght red la liked v.hou tho llttlo coat Is of tuu same warm color. Nothing U prettier than cream color or brown. It Is a simple mutter to mnke these little bonnets. All the standard pat torn houses furnish paper patterns by which to cut them. ISy making thorn by hand and adding souio hand ombroldory, they nre placed fur abova the commonplace, machine made bonnets which one can buy ready inndo, nnd nro not mora expensive. When such nnd bonnets nro sought ut tho shops. It will bt found that tbo price is high and out of reach of the little mothet who allows her good Judumeat to can trot her purchasos. Dr. Earl B. Sloan, UCSTON. MASa. asnsoKXHaEBsastssaaBawasBB DEFIANCE STARCH is tho word lo rcinombciV vivcn you need a remedy' rrCoiioHS&CoLs WORTH NOTICE DAINTIES FOR THE LUNCHEON OR SUPPER. SHORT :STOP Tho fnct Hint Peary refuse to proTho Confedr rain duce III proofs when cnlled upon by to (l.o Coi.iV.Wate dongresH of tho United Btntes tho to County wilt i do so, will create a very gtnirnl opln-Io- n ccremonU Jun,. that ho tins no better enso thnn Dr. Cook wa nblo to mako out o O - Spring Goods The most extraordinary showing of New Spring Goods in the season's Most Popular Shades . . . v Colleetlen of Recipe Compiled From the Beet Authorities Some New Idea In the Qroup Thet I Offered Here. Mothor's dinner Hrend. Five of water In a coffee cup; one teaspoonful of soda In the water; l All the cup with molasses, two of melted butter, one teaspoonful of Ringer, Hour to make a thin paste; bnko In hot oven. Apple Satiro. One iloien good sited apple Tare and cut Into eight. Put In aaucepan with water enough to half cover Stew until oft. l'ut through f cup of suwire sieve. Add gar, a little nutmeg, and butter the slxo of a walnut linked Apple. Wash and dig' out the core. Place tn a granite baking dlih. nil apple with sugar and a pinch of nutmeg. Fill pan halt full of water and bake apple until oft Serve with milk or cream. Feather Cake. A very good cake made from the following recipe-Twcup flour, one cup milk, one egg, one cup ugar, one third cup butter, one rounding teaapoon cream tartar, one level teaapoon eoda, detlred flavor. Put together and bake tn usual war. I English Plum Pudding Ttil very good and doe not cot much. It to be (teamed four hour One pint of milk, four egg, one cup sugar or one cup molasses, f pound uct, chopped fine, a loaf of bread grated, one pound raisins and curranta mtied, nutmeg and cinnamon to taite, one rounding teaapoon oda and a little alL Eggless Cake. cup melt ed butter, one cup of sugar, one cup of milk, two cup of flour, and flavoring to itaite. Sponge Cake. Sponge cake I al wax a much desired cake, but In many tnatance not affordable on c count of the egg Here I a recipe ulng only three eggs- One cup sugar, cup cold water. f three egg, two cup flour, one heaping teaapoon baking powder Here I another re clpo which uaea more eggs and very good. It Is called hot wate sponge cake. Sit eggs, two cup an gar, two cup pastry flour, cup boiling water, grated rind of one- half lemon and one teaipoonful of the Juice, neat the yolk and sugar to a froth; alio beat the white to a itlff froth, Add the lemon to the yolks and sugar, then add the flour. Dak In a moderate oven f hour. table-apoonsfone-hal1 1 one-halOne-fourtone-halone-halone-hal- oMl . v , - i i One of tli.. f, legislature Is ei ,ltr'j A new one-cepostal card will bo gera and pnnidw1 lulled during tho present month by fin,ilittl.... inp tn tt. n ., I'lintiiuii the Mitnl department i . . . i it a 4 (o bo known aolllug liquor ,tIlvj us tho No. i McKlnley card. The no sentenced to ju, . alio of tho new card I tho same a the present MoKlnley card, but tho 0 paper la of n light blue lint, prlnled Tho Jury at Matf.. .j In brontH Ink. abo lledden muni, r Is O vordlot fixing im (, ,B .'" years In the turn.. Tho follows who cannot write a killed llnrmsii (u letter without filling It with south part of gossip think n newspaper man ought August, loos, snd f to get up 2 column of new ever stilted In a hung j,,'hv week, each containing 3.000 word and then have nothing trivial. If you really think you can do It, come Home of tii.. ihafti sometlmo and wo will gv you plaining that tin pr. . n try. The first week does not count es Is due to thfaE. , two-png- i' (irl3 1 a i, Easter Silks and in Colored Dress Goods The Easter custom problem is easily solved, most economically and satisfactorily, too, by these prices. The newest fabrics and weaves are underpriced to meet the requirements of the day. Plain, Fancy and Figured Silks, in Rep, Wash and Jacquelin, ranging Or up in price from Ramie Cloth, Pongee, Minette, Reps, Bengaline, Linen, Linene, Ginghams, Suitings, prices per yd 10c to 60c , either. I.' forget that th- f.tho price of auvl: ir i thla renxin h H L Mr. Kavannugli, President of the the prosent rstjs i- " it Deep Waterway As cities give the farii. l.ikes r sorlnllnn. barked by ample capital, I his cattle, his t,,,r3 ,t going abend building steamboats to wheat, hla corn I, i ,f navigate the Mississippi river, and erytblng elee II i v. j we confidently expect to see the su- askeil. He l tm.j t premacy of water transportation him, ami he i at '.ik In Oermany and other Kurop- - alone. - ;l, . -- "jri iff. N!. Business v Me ..IT Women 's Neckwear Newest conceptions in Linen Collars, Fancy Ruchings, Net and Silk Bows, Plaited and Cascade Trimmed Jabots, V .jjf:. r arc the most particular chu men about their clothej. J a. t.l .1........ as thev demand .rdmduil'tr. 1 a ..a r j .t . r" prices 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c Gold plated Bar and Brooches, plain, rhinestone or turquoise mounted at 25c, 50c, 75c Gloves, Hosiery Women's one clasp gloves, kid, all colors, price per pair 1.25 Chicken 8hortcal. Here I a good way to convert the remnant of a chicken stew or frlcas see Into a temntlnr and iimrr dUh Free the chicken from skin and bones and cut luto small silvers. IMt the meat on to heat tn enough gravy to make It quite moist Sift two teaspoon fuls of baking powder and r teaspoonful of salt wlta one pint of flour Hub one teaspoonful of lard and nutter u. i the flour, then stir In of a cud of milk, stir th dough Into a small ball and roll Into a caae about an inch thick. Hake tn a quick Oven about fifteen mfnntw. When done open the edge with a knife ana tear me cake In two. After spreading (he hot chicken on the lower nan replace in upper Half. Over the whole pour a generous amount of hot cmcxen gravy and serve at once. one-hsithren-quarter- manship. having them made to order by mi TiKirrCTrtt sentatives. r n w f win rnrirsi iM it rnrn nrinu i iu aiiuw i rifig7 nr i jvri ui hundred latest woolens. Drop in and look it over. SBSS SBSI " a tTdC Washable Chamois, blue and white silk, black and white lisle, and other shades, pair 25c, 50c Womens black and colored Lisle Hosiery, all new shades in solid colors and embroidered, 'high spliced heel, double sole and toe. Price 25c, 50c, 75c, 1.25 Fine Embroideries, Flouncings and Insertions, Laces in Linens, Vals. and heavy cotton edges, bands, etc. Allover Nets, bands to match. White Goods In all the new weaves, from the very sheerest to the heavier. Nainsook, Long- - fij cloth, Muslins, Linens and Linene, Linen Sheeting, Bleached Toweling, etc. S rnces, per yard. jfi p g Matting Rugs, Art Squares . . . g gj Let it simmer until tender ifi.p r moving tho meat, thicken the gravy with flour aa usual. This Is excellent MIdh Dottle Davidson received and a decided Improvement on the pretty little 1U10, model, orainary way of serving a rump roast (Irtish auto this week. A. U. Curuth urs IniK also received his new llrusli, Kaiser Buppe. Cut four slice of bacon Into little the annio type na Miss Davidson's square, cut up Into small bits one car. sweetbread and one calf liver that O haa been skinned, alio four hkM boiled eggs, rub thl through a sieve O. L. Mills found the body of a ana iour u into three quarts of boull mail In a corn field, near Mutthews, Ion; cook slowly for 30 mlnutnm lust Sunday evening, which proved to Meanwhile cook a fow Ilruisel sprout nnd slices of carrots In salt be a young mnn named Joe Melton, water; add these to tho bouillon and who had been working In that vlclnt servo tho soup with eight or ten email ty for Home time. Judge J. N. Mills, mushrooms that have been broiled In acting as coroner, empanelled a Jury butter. which, nttcr hearing tho evdleuce, re turned u verdict that tho deceased Onions on Tosst. came to his death from the use of Scald two cups of milk and add six liquor and exposure. Now Madrid medium sized onions chopped coarsely. Simmer until tender, then add Hucord. Plokled Rump Roast Take four pounds vouna- - nimn l.r,i It with salt pork, rub both side with aait ana pepper, then put In a atone crock ana cover with hr.t i land In the pickle for three day, take oui, wipe on a clean cloth, dredge lightly with flour. roat brown In butter, then add one tablespoonful sugar, mreo clows, one bay leaf, and lastly add (he vinegar In which It was piemen, also an onion sliced finely rfni- eflii countries, great catiuls have been 'constructitl In recent years costing lr.mmia ln.1t .if many millions of dollars, to furnish water transportation, while tho "Ka Tree Day In KditutkT t" ther of Waters" tho greatest navlga u pon the schools of ' : bio stream on earth, with Its trlbu servo It by planting r tnrles, several thousand miles long has been neglected by the govern incut and that, too, when the parallel Horo I n mod.rn railroads havo been nl times, unable good, old hymn to transport freight. a, willir-- -- ' cf .....I. a Mier . my resting invr hour." wonuurous in i ' ..... v' . rs. o " T. A. Ieironl mauf a to lioiilsvllle first uf tl' t II n.iLa. I mm w High Standard Liquid Paint Gives Best RulU .. . ..-- I rnnlidtl' And that li me price per BlU0D' third to ow Stocks are at their best. Selections now means the most satisfactory choice. Tapestry, Brussels, Axminster and Matting Art Squares, size 9x12, Prices 5.00 to 20.00 Small Rugs to match, prices. 60c to 3.50 Draperies, Curtains, Curtain Swiss, Window Shades, etc. jj I LFUQUA, HELM & CO. ...... two slightly roundlnc , LJI. O SS of butter, a lovel teaipoonfuluuuilsalt, of a pinch of nonner nnd cook fnr Mrs. O. II. Uond left Monday for mluutes; have ready half a doxen Memphis, and will probably bo folSS slices of buttered toast and turn the lowed by her husband tho lnttorpart seasonea onions over thorn. Served of the week. Thoy will mako their hot. this makes a aatlsfvinr Ai.t. ... homo in Memphis according to pres ' peclally with eggs. ent arrangements. U. 11. has ulwayu O Impressed us its a man of excellent I wish to nnnouco that I now ran. Judgment, until he made up hlsiiilud resont deny nr0s. Klornl co., of Nosh, to leave Hickman. We ure, Indeed, eo vlllo, and will appreciate any orders sorry to lose these good, young slvon mo. Cuii fill uny und all ord-er- plu us citizens of tho town, and when ivomptly und ussuro you that they repent of their rush act, wo thoy will bo satisfactory. Will Mill wilt bo among their friends who will continue with Jacob Schulis, Ioulie forgive und welcome them buck to vlllo. and von hnvn ehnlrn nt Hi tho best town ou the map. plucon. Fraukyo Hold, fM.... - Uon-resu- lti-not v Cover covered. half more square feet " Wear.resuls- -i Iongcr .service, an .u .anJ gooa conunioii iu Nothing better In ton County. Prices ai db"" , H''joo! Store a Cowgill's Drug (Incorporate; NEW CUP WITH EVERY DRINK nsiiUkiaaakiaUtihJULfc Removal of Intermediary In Convey, ance of Germs from One Perton W.S.PECK CO. to Another et Fountains. John Deere Discs c is the price with our guarantee That the public drinking cup la an Intermediary In tho conveyance of germs from one person to another Is conceded by all medical authorities, and this fact In the reason for the drinking fountain here Illustrated. It Is provided with a holder which contains aOO cups made of waterproof paper, says Popular Mechanics. A penny deposited In the slot of tho holder procures one of these cups from which to drink. Aftor use the cup Is again pressed flat and dropped In the slot In the base of tho fountain. Tho water faucets are so arranged that It Is Impossible to obtain water without a cup of some kind, and as tho paper cups aro the only ones rAS H IONAULE, CLOTHC3 it DRINKING tUPS Young Men $35.00 ! Fountain Furnishes Cups and Water. available, their use Is therefore required. .Many boys are In the hnblt of placing their lips to the faucets where possible to get a drink, a practice as liable to spread germs as the use of common drinking cups. BOOKCASE IS EASILY MADE Combined with Writing Desk la Plain, Neat and Attractive and Quite Useful and Ornamental. have Clothes more especially for you. Dis-- " tinctive in design, possessing those little details that you demand; and the fabrics are selected with your point of view in mind good, strong patterns in good taste, to be sure. The PECK Dartmouth Models possess such individuality that the wearer is recognized as being dressed with becoming style, yet not so pronounced in choice of clothes as to be distinguished for aggressive or extravagant taste. Take it home use it; then de cide whether you will keep it or not. Get them quick; the car load will not last long ! ! ..'VS I mmM-w- 4 hi (INCORPORATED) iM writing desk and book-casIs plain, neat and attractive, and Is quite useful and ornamental. Secure a deal box from the grocery. Take a onebalMnch board the required height of the box, then (Incorporated) another board lengthwise for the book shelf. Take the rack from a box having contained glass fruit jars, and fit In the tipper right-hancorner of the box. for the required pigeon-holes- , leaving the lower part for stationery with a beveled rule, using either gilt The railroad bee Is buzzing again. and other articles. Fasten the door or brown paint Cherry, oak or wal Now, If the Queen City of the West nut stain can be used. Instead of on the side of the box with hinges and can land about two more railroad- sattach a chain to each side. Screw a lot of these little bantam bergs to the wall. around here will sit up and tako Be sure and get It the required height, when open, as the door serves for a writing table. Pad the Inside of the door with one sheet of wadding and oover with reslda greea, or terra cott red eutJng cloth. If more material Is desired, purchase one-hayard of dark green felting cloth. Use brass headed tacks at Intervals to fasten It en with, stretoh as smooth and tight aa possible. Paint the whole, Inside and out, with white Home-Mad- e enamel jalni. and. line the outside Bookcase. white, according to the furnishings of the room. Tho lock Is a common desk catch or lock which holds the door la e This combination $12.50 & to $22.50 Baltzer Dodds D. G. Co. d lf 4 4. OooooooooooooO o TRY A COURIER WANT AD. o o t BOP in it. SUBDIVISION t place when closed. HUMAN HAIR MARKET PRICES h Finest in Hickman Will soon have 18 houses Lots are going like hot cakes. Let me sell you a Ipt 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, Phone No. 7, or 173 II Important Industry In Foreign Countries Girls of Brittany Fur-IsLarge Supply, Buyers of human hair do a largo business In nelglum, Drlttany, Holland. Germany, Austria and even In Japan. Agents are continually search ing those countries to obtain the best supplies, consequently tho market prices vary widely. It Is the girl of Ilrlttany who furnishes the greatest supply of hair to the dealers. The buylug and selling aro conduct ed chiefly nt fairs, ulthough much bargaining la done privately lu the vil lages. The agent or cutter takes up hi quarters mid displays a highly-colorehandkerchief tied to a walk ing stick or fastened from one win dow to another. Women who are willing to sell their bulr are thus acquainted with the agent's whereabouts, and us payment for their tresses piay receive a piece of cloth or a gaudy petticoat worth, perhaps, about two or tnree shillings lu English money 50 or "G cents. And the agent would get nnythlng from d The Cheapest advertising Medium I Reed by 3,000 People Every Week C08T8 ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD o o o o o o PER WEEK. Thu loiin dreary winter of tho past three months baa finally yielded to tho Joy mid Hunuhlni) of tiprlng. Thu missing winter hua been uu excop- lloimlly cold, bleuk and desolate one, und everybody will appreclalo and welcome tho balmy breezes o( the seusou, as well as tho uiusl of tho frogs and the songs of birds uow-boru AN OLD HICKMAN BOY. ooooooooooO (i in.. Wool 3a Buy IK I U' 1 Hides and vr? v: these unuiUtakable hurblngers of tho urrlval of Spring; knowing full well that tho fields will soon bo clothed lu verdure, and the beautiful foliage tbut of thu forest will soou r work and pastlmo can agulu bo resumed und enjoyed to Its utmost extent by all. and especially by tho Invalid who hus been shut up so out-doo- . '' " , W uuiuia oaai, umgw JAppl,WlldOlner, ii " Mil a cwtury In lo uiitlll." dobettarieryoiHhiitig.Ml Dinr T.llow. Beeswax,' eitibllihtd long. Welcome, lovely Sprlug. O kra dealerel , - :'lo inttctiantt. Rtftrencf, sny I' :H!i. Willi (or Mkt prill t M. - firt. Sabal m M. eV lOUIIVILlE. KT. Sons, Tho meat boycott may peter out, but u constantly growing number of families uro learning to get along with tueut once u day Instead of man, twice. Tho attractively prepared cereals prove a popular substitute. O Many congratulations were tendered J. M. McDantel, the well known young attorney of Itoattyvlllo, today when the Court of Appeals affirmed tho $12,500 damage against the Louisville & Atlantic Hallroad Company lu favor of Wlllard Cox's administrator. This was the second appeal of tho case. On the first trial a verdict for only $2,G00 was obtained. Ou retrial, Mr. MclJanlel, who because of his eloquonco before the jury Is becoming known ns tho "Silver Orator of the Mountains," was engaged, mid us n result of his efforts, tho Judgment affirmed by the higher court toduy, was rendered. Frankfort News. Mr. MeDanlel la an old 'Hickman boy, graduating lu tho public schools of this city several yearn ago. lie is also a brother of our fellow-town- s Ton-gue- LET YOUR MIRROR BE THE JUDGE t o o o national. IF it decides you need a new suit, let it be made by the InterWe are local headquarters G. B. BON OooooooooooooO A. M. TYLER v M. A. MeDanlel. O Attorney at Law I o am now located at Padu-o cart, but will continue to prac- o tlce In the courts of Fulton o county and will be In Hickman o every 2nd and 4th Monday. c o o o o o $100 to $200 o texture und o pouud of the o o uccordlng general beanty best hair. O to the color. for a and all wool fabrics and take your measure carefully. When the suit is delivered let the mirror judge again. It will give you but one answer Your clothes are perfect Millet & Alexander, Hickman, Kentucky. for the great tailoring concern and will be pleased to show their beautiful styles NOTICE TO PUULIC I'artles who owe the Hickman FurOlive drab uniforms will take tho niture Co. accounts that are due will place of the old style khaki, In tho pleaso.calli andi settle . at . once. We TTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTYfTTt .. . . .. i. ""Jaat of tho Wild Mon of regulur army. The government has wisn 10 cioso ine oiu uooks ui once. WHY NOT TRY? niul tho last of a trio whoso cotitructed for 1,825,000 yards nt 26o Mrs. Clifford Adams returned last B. E. REEVES, Mgr. Popham's ; mclnhu Ihu Klabo and whoso u yurd, Thursday from a six weeks visit to O A8THMA REMEDY KtU astonished tho chlldrmi who relatives und friends lu Dlrmlngliaiu, o Sraiidfathera today, Is still alive Thoro nru 21 members of the U Gives prompt and positive relief In Ala. Willi street shivers If anvono tells S. Senate worth from $3,000,000 to every case. Sold by druggists, "llliani, MB88., aged 90. Four , 1 ko I'hllauo'a partner, Waldo, the trusts to obey the ten Command-uionts- 4G0.000.000 each, Ougenlioim, of Col price $1. Trial package by "A little better than seems necos-tary- " "9 Wag K.I vnnm nt.l Tl... mall. 10c. orado, being tho richest Eight more O "I'll Ilnritnti.'t. soda fountain service Harris i.. .1.1- uro believed to be lu tho $1,000,000 Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland, UUW III IUIB 111. I . at lllckuiaa Drug Co. class. llring out tho street sprinkler. - OooooooooooooO J. D. Leech, of Wlngo, who a few years ago Invested In Fulton county dirt and Isn't sorry of It, was In this city ou business, Monday. J'5 At Murfreesboro, Tenii., Is the only diamond mine lu America; at Corinth, ' llttiitltllttiAiAiiitiAlAi one of tho largest peach orchards lu the Soutli; at Nashville, the most modem lumber plant In Tennessee; at White Cliff, the largest deposit of cement In tho world, and within a few miles of that place an oil and gas well. DOUBLE REWARD OF VIRTUE VUk.i u. ... . Love Story Written by Small Boy at Least Brtught Things to a Happy Conclusion. Apropos of Invo stories In Renernl. Jerome S. McWndc, tho Duluth connoisseur, said at a recent well-know- rnln Carter, ono upon not long iIO t , , puco at i ,, : ln. whlto nolghhor mealing my chMc r ",?MJ J' .' 3 -1 J f el i mSALUTG to this souvenir of preen wells ocean depths and clcar-clcf- t power. thee, O Kmcrnld, magic Rem!" occult to all nnclcnt peoples. It shone midst tho verocna leaves 01 uio crowns of Druid priestesses, In tho tangle of dark hair, above tho unutterable yearning of their eyes of splenIn dor, as never y tho conventional correctness of machlno-mad- TO setting;. Color of universal harmony; emblem of hone. lor. abundanco: lit cared epilepsy, cased tho pangs of te&CUfcU-t- b and brought sleep to tired ftrotesL It healed all ocular diseases. Bstord. so pure was its power that Khea the eye of a serpent met tho of an emerald the serpen! becanio tfiraedlatcly blind, or perhaps had so wear classes liko tho- cobra the vast of his life. Seeresscs of eld used tu bold an emerald bcneotlv their e tatcses so the Incoming wave of Tlbiatlon might bJmef by Its Jcfcc and not utterly overwhelm them. KJcht seems to traverse, to linger aafl caress this lovely stone, whilst w diamond rccms t6 turn back the vettectton so violently it strikes, one al- oast as a blow. dinner "At tho approach of Valentino day last jcar I offered a prlio of rive dollars to tho llttlo tioyn of my Hunday school class for tho best short love story. I have ono of tho stories horiC nnd I am going lo read It to you." Mr, McWndc then road: "A poor mnn fell In lorn with a lady whoso mother wns a rich toy dealer. 'The poor man rould not marry the rich lady, becnuio ho had no mciiv. 'A villain then offered him ISO It lie n drunkard. would 'The poor man wanted the money to get married with, so ho agreed, but when ho got to tho beer saloon ho said: "No, I will not becomo a drunkard, oven for great riches.' "On the way home he found a bag of gold. So the young Indy' married him. It was a splendid wedding, and the next day they had twins. Moral Virtue Is Its own reward." N. V. Times. DESERT MELODY. llael rnseal" th w. uaursn ... n ( , , t ' i. dat or until they were all h ow, now, lookv h ho protMted. "dat ain , an pltmtq Ion pim r ; r. v. added, ( n sniem. "Ah 'cUr Ah v no rnicKrns. n tin' er dlalee-stor- y .n Ahc niosoyen rouir hjah tcr r t -r- ns. sah. dat s all Ah 4 t.. V AP nr. fm.i j,i holding up .' trtf ii.' r" J ..f it ' In .1 I . -- Al Dig Dr. Cook was talkie ,3 t ton rorrcspondrnt "Tho man Is wriTR rn V :;i,-l- a ho snld. "Ho errs as I . I, Inn . I tn ,rumr CUIIUI EJ t lyn domstle, li0 ta i "'It must t)e r 1 'kit north pole, ma'am i bugs ns big as (l a3 tngton Star. Dugs, v i in The Engl ih Wi a j - psy-elit- Vcrt-dc-pr- c the emerald 16 sister a m mi skk in t ti ywww. v s fo be. Olio Ihounht of tho enormous waste In cuttlnu thorn all the same should have been of rapo e'ightly dtrrcrrnt form, their sotting f Howlng as though the artist were t ;,th to lose any tithe of beauty; tho rdg-should show tho touch of his trmtlve hand, perhaps I'vrn tho hammer marks Hach link speaks Individual strength and feeling In Its twist, and should bo Intrusted with grains tif gold, beads of enamel or tiny gems, nnd somo continuous design run even on tho Inside. Kor those who are really rich, yet way hai mat little, money, thorn are other beautiful green gems. Tho peridot should bo given sacred honors, for It is tho only gem that has e.er been knonn to fall from heaven, having occasionally boon found In those mysterious masses called aerolites. I.lko somo ram sea thing In sea tones Is the pendant of peridots, olivines, aquamarines and violet tinted pearls. Halt lost 'In gauxes, It would encourago and reveal a personality hat tmulil be com pletely extinguished bv um ,..,. ... rvrlhnl.l In 'They play if r T , ai j . ' T ' lrli "As strcnuoii-'ci t "Well, no, Ih t Innings. I undr.l L s Memphis Directory JOHN WADE FSONS UIV PD1IU M ens Toucan, "you bt.M ml J on that r mL "8i If I ran, ami jrou can. We ran. Toueana." Sa Ilia two Toucans sane a dual. I can line." I. too. ran," n.l. Wivla rJ. !!, OB 1. u II I rpp. l ... to toUK U. C ir4 . ... A Dd V A .... ' " It' lu "Fn' K r.-- ,u L uu n.rroni airooi, a fflcmphli, Tenn. i PDUtocs. Onion Sc'xV. t,. They've been lookln' purty squeam ri t -..4 ami i.tr ish for a spell. Th" creek got so blame urueri R. G. CRAIG k COMPANY high It orcriloncd Pcaslcy's dam, an' 2 a. front 3t. Momphli.Tci there's two foot o water In Widdcr All oar mJi rom; j tk ;.', It Ilrown's cellar." "Well, cll, I s'poso you folks over l thero will be so stuck up pretty soon THE COMBINATION thet you'll bo callln" yourselves th' MUttMMml r ai'll i r - t V4 uilNtM 1 ,. l . it rl t h to Parisians ct Amerlky." r hi In Km i J t - ., - lnllincnatw-- ' Excellent Connection. "Is his family well connected?" n...i k.ii.. r . w . - m hh. , ... uuiiii "Kxtreraely 10. They have an ex mm mm clusive prlrate 'phone." ' 10-1. -ru gledelir Entitled to It. 'How nro things lokln' over to Din- - RFIIARIF a bm aaa mm mn " - mn VlaUU us . I ftrlhnM At tho samo time an For Colds and Gripp Cspudlne. rrmrdy ter Oripp and Coida la Th lllcka' Capudlnr. Itcllva Ih achlnc an J Curt- - th limntUlaUly- -1 tao. ir IJquM-Krand tdc at Drue Storaa. bt v ,t; colil-lli.- ULUDUie DIDDED Pni II ID! SHI. SHII1I.1 UHI UM1 LUI Ell ,tr;ikf w v rmt... i. ...l. Indian princess In her emeralds and fringe iiavik- - iMiNKii.t.rit VtUtzi, It aaianvat UWrp,oaof ufrMftir faiaaia J. aa4 rotiiiialr itr-jofpcarl looks more yy5 r.Hal trmT tr Uaitio, iv1itr, i"1 ft. It lit. hr wii)Vii.ac.l4iMl, Jlaliareaaitu.r'mr Hallll Itfre Mallall 01lQltilatlnitniii. t ,DC -V r-- z poetic, her grace Just at divined through tho eaScandal Is tho tattle of fools who rl's veil, for there Is itrailo liar Sue Cm., Niotil. N , I Judge other peoplo by themselves, pincneu sunof the nrchduchess. certain the diamonds wsbsoup " fsYJ. mi : in r Itttfffit'rfjZZIVjfJ ncss about even tnoDon't value tho emerald on account of Its com if &SS"sYJ?-&W.r;y- j best of our modern ermercial value but on account of tbo matchless fects: all seems mcro valuo of Its tone in relation to other tones. Somebf?sSs. .-o millinery wlih heart. times a touch of enamel, or chrysopraie or does as well. If you can attain to Its gtory. h hfvlv anil anill nYTirpSKlon SDOlled by the Self-imngs OP THE VIRTUE OF sreat nrlvllrgo wear It light. 47teaad' strinks from artificial said to Consecrate consciousness of trying to hold together so many It Is ashow your rightto to such wim otherbut not boauty, that symbolize 4 unrelated parts. Compound the month of May. it is E. simply In display, as If bidding for the prize of charity that springs from a,well of goodness Tho most splendid regalia at the Mennese Josephs, a gem show. Sa ibe heart and its color, nature's favorite, to court is that of the archduchess Marie What is the use of procrastinating in the face of such peak of fcopo-an- d new spiritual birth. wifo of Duke Otho. She has Just had them set in evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a N other gem holds as many fascinating leg' a new and massive design by the court joweior. LONDON'S OLD ROMAN WALL sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have or hanntlnir hlotnrlrnl tnrmnrlpR! thpv ro r A ulnmneher we clve as illustration. Tho large to immemorial time when the Ineas ,wor-- " emeralds, are so arranged mat wey can uo you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable CoVisitors to Ixindon whoso tastes lie In tho dl Ustcd the goddess Ksmerelda in the personof a' and other colored atones clasped In the rcctloo of exploring ancient remains will be gratl' mpound .1 trial ? For 30 years wc have been publishing such as big as an ostrich egg and offered other samo settings; thus the archduchess has rubles, fled to learn that tho Society of Antiquaries hss testimonial letters as these thousands of them -t- hey are sapphire, pink topax anad lmmcnso diamonds of eralds to consort with It, so that the Span- succeeded in securing tho preservation of a very suit her were able to seize the votive treasures of the same size, so she may change to genuine and honest, too, every one of them flno frngroont of the great Itoman wall around tbllets; Also-n- ll the sprays can bo taken to pieces cesttsries. The Ave emeralds which Cortez stole Mri.GcorcoJrnywyit London, which has Just bcn laid bare, a Ijndon Sirs. S. i7. Itarber snys: toSrasa the crown of Montezuma were of enormous apd wprn ass smaller Ornaments or massed "Ko one raoi letter to tho New York 8un says. Krom time to l"I think I.ydlaE. In the form of sacred symbols of gether In different designs. This fashion was what I hire iaf. tie. rough-cu- t Pinkham's Vfce-time portions of tho great structure, the external ferrd fron fc swx worship. Even Cortez was so enamored of ' 'introduced bjf the pmpress Elizabeth, who detablo Compound wall of defenro built about the city In tno rouru male trouble. 1 Is tho best nicdl-cln- o t&vai that he refused to sell them to the empress lighted In sueWcomblnatlon and would cover the or fifth century, have been uncovered In digging 'neuralff'J r1 In tlio world whole front of a' coJrt garment with complex demii so lost favor at court. foundations while rebuilding streets or houses r.d lact I for women and sign. Such insy bedone with a modern artistic There Is still preserved at Home the emerald rarely cscsped demolition. The latest d ct r These have 1 feel It my duty 'cc-Jdesign If made by'a special Jeweler, and la contet rent to the popo by Peru after the Catholic' Is to bo preserved for tho benefit of cliroverv r few lot otliors ,r--i O' t" venient to those who tnay only possess a t t4 of that country and the namo "Emerald Che nubile. tho pood It Ito leura It-- T:- pieces. Thus n girdle may separate Into brooch, IJa," given to Ireland, was from a magnlilr-cnIt Is situated near Nowgato street, close to a dono for me. tho aiiv.-- 01 pendant, cloak" clasp, necklace, at will. sice sent by Pope Adrian to Henry II. when he Tli r co Tears aco new unncx of the general poto(llce. Tho fra.T hi- - J I b There is n vaporous blondo nctress nt the look dominion over It. II had n tumor ment, which Is thnt of a great curved bastion. JT-- 1 tl Francalso whose favorlto color Is sky always linoyvn how to Comedle which tho doctor The orientals .lia.ve is CO toot long. 20 feet high and 8 feet wldo. The ' I said would havo . XsWle this wonderful crystal, setting In peacock-tape- d which she clasps with a glrdlo of emeralds Him blue, 1 .r.l r uroscnt summit lies several feot below the sur to bo removed by nn operation or I embroidery of enamel, keeping its lrrcgu-tfit)e- s so valuable that a big policeman nsvr loses sight face of tho ground, Tho whole is In a wonderful WJ could not llvo more than n year, dlwppoawd. 1 cc: on the stago or off. Tills . of form, perhaps simply smoothing the of her when wearing it tato ortireservntlon. or two, at most. 1 wrote. Mrs. rink and am now In VV'.-tappreciation of the charm of related blue ami tnScea so as to prcscrvo as much color as pos-U'material Is that known as "Kentish rag, Tlio ham, at Lynn. Mass., for advice nnd green and violtt Is comparatively new to ua( Indian princes often wear emerald rings supported by heavy Itoman bricks and showing took 14 bottles of Lydla V l'lnk-ham- 's pound has iMcn though ulways known to tho orient nnd to an- 4. clearly ,tlie characteristic layers or bands of red &y two inches across. In tbo shrine of the Vegetable Compound, and toaslboIlcyolf-U'"day tho tumor is roiio nnd 1 nm a fat Tooth temple of Kandy, Ceylon, thero Is a tiquity. tl os, ttuch as may bo soen nt Jiurglt caBtle, re fi l,Un anl Il-- h nre usually cut In simpler form than Xeaiha of fabulous valuo carved from a slnglo perfectly well woman. I hopo my Kmeralds Tho Interesting relic Is Yo.ney and Illcliborough I'lnkliam's VcRcta' !a W testimonial will bo of benefit to othvera. I lave seen In tho treasury of the sultan diamonds and tho corundum, or ruby, family of to bo built around, so that it will Ho in a cave Mrs. (iKonr.K ilAV, ers." Mrs. & J. DAJtuuit, Scott, of" Turkey wholo robes encrusted with emeralds, or oblong, with gems. Tho tablo cut. wjuare which may be entered by stairs and Inspected by ratcrson, K.J. U.V. edges, tho lower survtih superb single stones of tho purest water set large, flat face and beveled artificial light Tho lino of tho great Itoman wall iM."v.ic.noiwua1r' ta )Sxa bandies of scimitars. There were prayors Mm. E. F. ITnycs snysx face In long, narrow facets. Their valuo depends Is well known and much of It undoubtedly re In tho "1 So the interior of tbo Taj Mahal spelled In cm-raupon the tone, transparency and especially "I was under tho arc- largely tho houses which mains below before the Ilrltlsh soldiers dug them out western world the (lawlessness of the gem, which, doctor's treat as upon tho securest of foundations built upon it ment for niiuruiii iwUh their knives. if of dark velvet depth may even be worth more tumor. I suffered We read of Nero viewing the games "men tho diamond, though tho prlco put upon nils than with pain, sorePOLE FAKER OF LONG AGO jtayud with death, whera death must win" expensive gems by the leading American Jewel-erness, blontlnfr. through emerald eyelids. Caligula's consort entirely fictitious. Tho "flawless emerald" Is and could nut ? .!!.! 3. It is told of a titled Englishman that when htj balconies of tho leaned from the has become a classic comparison Tor perfection, walk or stand on eon explained lils folly lu going down a coal mine la full of little rlfU or joMeit' hill adorned with two millions of our as nearly every stone my tout any by saying that ho spoiled his clothes so ns to bo worth of emeralds and pearls. clouds or dlscoloratloos that inalio It unfit for tho loiiRthof tlmo. I 21 rs. nble to say thnt ho had performed tho feat, re Napoleon wore through some of his bloodiest wroto to Mrs. split superlatives of modern taste; to the oriental II113 beauty; nil. you say that you had beon down plied: "Why did I'lnkliam for mind nothing la more beautiful than Battles the great emerald torn from tho throat of iiew Av" vlco.followcdhcr tho mlno nnd did not go?" This method annoars CbaIcmzgno when they dared to disturb his each stone Is but n noto of color In a general "It Jdlrootlona nnd 1U 1I to have been followed by ono James Knox de . Pit harmony and tho eastern Jeweler has no preju-dlciiuabcr and to tills talisman tbo Man of Destiny llccnuso your ca took I.ydl.i li I'lnkliam's Vcgotablo Ilolduc, a monk, who, according to ft Paris con against "flaws" or "off coloro" and ilnds wor-his power to bleep nt will and as long ascribed y Comixiund. r' I nm a well one, OOCW" gem that temporary, says the Army and Navy Journal for inaimy er little as he would. When isabey was to, paint, thy and dignified placeIncontinently n cast off. our woman, tho tumor was oiixilled aud Rood.donotcc'tl; jnuclo his polar voyage In 1C03. This Is tho pole , would Josephine, t.he euld: "Paint tfc last portrait of Jewel butchors in; wholo system strungthenod. I etabloComiwundM . ,.r ns described by this Ilolduc: advlso nil women who nro afflicted ;sm ,1a emeralds to say that my porrow will bo At n recent dinner I noted the chain on a polo ouo finds tho placo whero all the bright with tumors or foirulo troubles to has cured many t n. lr..i ad "At the Ter green, but surrpund tliqra with diamonds to beautiful arm pext to me. Hoavy lluks of irg try Lydia 15. I'lnkliam's Vecotablo Biicliaslnilaiiimat waves of Jho soa eoncuntrato to disappear In the fafifty, the undying purity of ray love " polished gold, carrying with llttlo relation live Comixmjid." Mrs. li. V. IUyj, samo whirlpool. Four great Islands surround this groat, cabochon emeralds, divided by four large royal people hold tho fluent exam-jic- t 'Of course 16W) AVashluRton tit., Boston, Mass. precipice, separated by four great canals, sue. diamonds, soldered on to tliom, of this gem, which, Ic conjunction with feeding which are the divided seas. An enor had been roplaccd with For 30 years Lyrtlft H. IMnklinni'fl VcRBtoWo If tho diamonds Isabella Itvii, they prefer to all others. Queen but carv-S- o Compound Iran bcn tlio Hlanilurd rcnicdy tar mous rock,vmUo blacky arj ,23 mllQs,,ljiclrcuui beryls, at olivines or peacock or vloUit Tcry "proud of tier carved emoralds, fcinalo Ills. No sick womiin don iUHi.c9, opals, their great vrJua would hard sulllced to ' fcfonco,' ioarka tbo pole Itself. destroys tho greatest beauty of tlio ttono, tho lieruclf avIio will not try this famous i',l,c',Il"; 'The unfortunate i.hltia' which venture Into pay.Jor some real art work in cnnmcl or design. limpidity of its color. An'Itall&n princess yirfrct Wndo exclusive! from roofs uml bcrbs, these latitudes nro Immediacy lost. It they are. Tbtn the emeralds themselves were bo ''perfectly most famous parure lu Europe, hax thousnuds of curca to its credit. jufssstrs the nut assutca by favorable winds." matchqd" they might as well liavo been "bits of ue, .htanda patilclan -- beauty - ns MfBeaMrs.IMnklittin InvltcH nil bIcIc woinon Tho Civil nnd Military (Jazctto ofi.Lahorm', ln glass, Hp equal In tone, all ..mysterious mngla Krccn tQPVtrles 1110 ormolu, IMP to wrlto her for ndvlco. ofblio lift atbit, tif dlaj.kuggess that tho account fit Uolduo tuny bs gone no thougbt of Druid forob,cad or ImprisclinV i;uldcd thousands to health frco mat uuUcbite jOhof Jtotuau nalac- e- a neyer found in tno "icuucno Acta, Krudilorlum" (MJ2) oned Spring right from the factory these looked Address fllrs. FlulUiaw, Iyu"i WiM picture. The mun woo worships a woman will never develop Into a frco thinker. ? II. .11 r ."gilM ir mw jC" ty TS v i CONVINCING PROOF Pinkham's Vegetable Lydla u..-tac- con-atte- t 3 1 11 t- - t.;a " t. a.odJ iKR. U fj - ;fllv' iiu m verd-antlqu- e t dol-San- C - lhit o J""; To-da- r,,u ' fl ,JtJ Tsn Gossip of Washington Wlint la Golnrf On at (ho Nnllonnl Ciiplfnl. SILER CITY LADY A VICTIM; Mrs. Gillilanr, of Silcr City, WaV Left in Bad Shape ns a Result of an Attack of the Grip. $2,000 FOR THE LADIE3I rrtADE MARK Slier City, N. C "I was In bad, shapo," write Mrs. Sarah J. CUlllland,' of this place, "after an nttack of tho Tho "nvo o'clock tea" It considered grip; was bothered with womanly by Washington hostcsecs who have troubles, but slnco taking Cardul I am' tho spirit of conllncntnl entertalnlna; ns n happy medium between much Improved. It has dono mo more th breakfast nnd the dinner. Iircnkfnst good than tho doctors end I feel Itf usually occur at an hour when men nro nlrendy busy with their affair, sared my life, after all other methods whllo the dinner li looked upon at too bad failed. pnndcroua. "I thank you tor the good that Cardul IU Alicr u if in- in r has dono to mo and hopo every lady With the brKlnnlnir 0f tho tr fJng the ltoosevclt aro analn giving season tho prosldont nnd Mrs. Taft who suffers will try It. I will recomwill ncaln InniiRtirate their lawn par-tie- mend It to my friends." President Taft doe not . which la a different name for You can rely on Cardul being of benef rnollycoddlsli. , t!rlnklng r last year of tho Itoosc-- n, afternoon tea. Moanwhlle. Lent li In fit to you. Its Ingredients nro mild i tho propllloui season for such Inforherbs, having a gentle, tonic effect on ..lion men at ten were mal entertainment, cipcclally of an tho femalo constitution. Tho special ii-tho diplomat who frf, nfternoon. i of Hoosovelf vigorousherbs nro crown abroad and Imported frf WnMilnRtnn men would now tic Rivview (which often they ly,, ing moro tea If they lived In ijunr-tc-r by us direct. They are not In tho Phar) finally )leldrd to jij sultnbln for uch affnlm. The macopeia, nor for salo at druggists, that evcntunlly caused except as put up ly us, eo you cannot hotel tf them to bo present. oneRiving In Washington that It actual- get tho effect of Cardul, except by buyn tea hour does not appeal ' practically were ly n"ernoon Tr:i to the smartest. ing Cardul, tbo woman's tonic. f f e social slate. Tens at the Chevy Chase club, at No other mcdlclno or tontc has exJ Kvcn the : is all changed. the ar'y becoming host aro Country club and similar places actly tho samo results as Cardul, no rt'.J ! alio itt.i r Hart fihirwowl A. Cheney First, tho considered Isdisadvantageous. other has tho record of CO years of too great, and successful treatments of cases of fedlstanco jrcrr.tly to Mis nooscvnlt, jut jjij" rif the man who believed that attendance at them and tho return malo weakness, debility and disease. to change for dinner requires ist' cr who wculd bo host at a tea homo tlmo. It Is certainly worth trying. iu c; ts'.licr Tho officers nt Fort much Ask your druggist J Hostesses In the capital do not expect kr Marino barrack Xjtfi-deny that tea without men are very X n Write tot I.ndlf.' Advisory iocs t f e tras Dept., ChattanoOKa Slrtllrlne Co., ca cf (apt Cheney wo the Insipid. Tenn., for Hprrlal laalrurtlona, With tho presidential approval of and did I t Ira of the scaion, although book, "Home Trratmrat for t J be gien by an American. this revival of afternoon teas In fact, Woiarn,' orat la plain wrapper, on re Tioi -- r large affair were presided with the dctlro of Mr. Taft to sre Ills qart. ce Iv tho secretaries of the assistant and the naval and military Geresa eolaiiy on tho occasion of olllrera sparkle a little more In the TOO HIGH. birthday and oclal firmament there la no question 1 Erprr.r William' trt'jeMarqula de Ylllnlobar, that the tea will become within the irttitr who took next twelvemonth the most satisfacXi i;" sh m.nlstcr, ' I occasion to receive tory and popular social function. They . I t.l . .11 ore also comparatively Inexpensive, MB.lllip.IUIl UJ Mil 1JJ i B.J and for this reason many men who . .. . I. ...... v. 1. , ,n&viiii cannot afford to give lnrec nartics of formal character will have an oppor tunity to entertain. "Teddy" Absent, Capital Men Drink Tea . Tho Deflnnco Starch Company of Omaha, Neb., aro coming out again with ono of their Ornnd Cash Prlxe Offerings which have becomo so popular with l&dlca. This year, a has their custom, they will take up some new territory, whero their starch tins rot been introduced, and thoso who chanco to seo this notice should watch for their lnrgcr advertisement, Which will appear In this paper a little later, giving full particulars of tho plan to gWo away $2,000 In cash prizes to tho ladles who uso Deflnnco Laundry Starch. Theso prizes aro to be distributed by December 10th, In season for uso Christmas, and there wilt bo ono prlzo of $200 cash, ono of $100 cash, twenty of $25 each nnd fifty ol $10 each, besides hundreds of other smaller prizes. A Woman's Home should tie hef pride. Your home should reflect your own Individuality. Ybw cannot liave special wall papers' cle slimed Wrou for each room rou can carry out a special Alsbasttne decor tiro scheme for thoaa room 'vou can b a leader In vour community and hare) your home tho talk of your friends. bci ALabftsiine Wall Tint The Stylish Is the material that will aecotnpltih this result We can show Innumerable color effects, clawtc stencil designs, and our Art Jlepartment la at jrour service. Send for tho AUbnatlne book eiplalnlaf what are d for yo, and how wo f oxnlah free atencila whero AUbaitine la W,. - lstor s, 1 Ja-ul- 1 - -- '3 When Tempos Didn't Fuglt. Little Helen, during tho three years of her life, bad never, beon separated from her elder rlstcr night, or. .day for more than a fow ,mlnutcg at a tlmo; but at last tho tlmo came when the sister went aWay for a,, whole day. Tho child tried cv'e'ry game and occupation that sho knew of, nnd n now ono or two suggested by her mother, but they all nailed. Finally sho gavo up and stood and looked sadly" oit of tho window. Then she sighed 'deeply and said: "It's still the samo old day, Isn't It, mother?" Woman's Homo Companion. Why She Needed More Nights Off. Having recently engaged nn colored girl 10 do housework a Now York woman was adjusting tbo various questions of privileges. "You will have Monday and Thursday nights o'rr, Eliza," the mistress of tho houso said. "On'y Monday 'n' Thursday nights!" the other exclaimed, rolling her eye. "My Lawd, Mis' Dlank, dat won't do nohow; dat ain't enough. You see, ma'am, l's a debbytantc." a powder made from Alabaster, Alabattlne use hr mliins; with rnld water, and la applied with an dinary wall uMh. Full directions on each package. Is read-f- u.d. or or- n A tMMrsCMsJBSfsjfr' Alabaatino Company New York Gly.N.Y. Grand Rapids. Mich. M- n Trie. PACKAGE CONSTIPATION, ftl IDLTC ATISM, STOMACHBILIOUSNESS, RHEUM and LIVER COMPLAINT WWI 1UW GET A 26c DOX EASY-SU- RE OrtuoaiaTS ALL TO ACT mmmmmmmmmmW BETTER THAN PILLS FOR LIVER ILLS a. h. itwie sjidicinc co.. bt. louia. mo. " MlZOi&il. i' Chat-lanoo- til:t rr ge $100 Reward, $100. readers ot this paper wci b pteawd to Vara that taers Is at least ooa dreaded dua'ss tbat science baa beeo able to cure la all Its tugr and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Uie oolr rnaiUra cure now aaowa to toe medical fraternity, catarrh a eonsUlutlonal disease, requlrr a eonttlto-tkm- al belA treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken artlnc dtreetlr upon the blond and ran. pom the surfaces of the sratem. thereby destrorins toandatloa ot the duvaae. and irhrlna the patient trenath hr bulHlnr. up the constitution and axatst-tnature In doing Its work. The proprietor! bavo so tnurh filth in ita ruratlrs powers that Uier ofler One Hundred Dollare for anr ears that It falls lo sure, head lor list ot teatliaontals Addre-- a T J. CIIKN'EV CO Toledo O, br all Drurr uu. 15. 1 Us UaU's ranulr StUa tsf Tk nd-u-- p ..... 1 1 1 Kansas Takes 1,000 Overland Cars Our ajenta In Kansas have ordered for ,Cent RerJuctSwi thla season 1,000 Overland automobiles. 1,000 Texas JCebrcikatakea The Overland1 success Is also oWtst l.WO. Thus has the Overland after one Its price. No other maker ever cars) years a experience captureu tno larmins ur so mucii tor tno money. . Vet we hava cut our costs thfal in- VJ per cent throueh enonntsnai &b Uv,' C?pi N W 'nbout In production. crease ,A X . v lujn i.J vulval. tXO uiLiiauu. mis COO The Overland we sell for S1.0M thts i Uofton San Francisco takes Is better than the S1.SC0 Overland lasst year. It Is a 13 II. I'. car with m. seuaat Washlncton COO Philadelphia t'J). &u nn Our agents have,mcontracted for 0,000 ofou rrlies ma nour. . . or . . au. won.... ot a u ai.iu. ai.iw tnu Lbaaii uvcnanua-.;i.yw.w Kyp;.tan(,fcmill Knch offers a. flfth morolun iiiub iu Buyiijr ii,u ucuiuuu lur una before for tho money. year. That a a larecc sale than any oth All prices Include Magneto an er car commands. lamp equipment. two years oco few had ever heard Yet. tfie Story Ask of an Overland. This sensational success Is lua to tho creation ot a remarkable car. The Overland story Is one of tho est business stories ever told. It how thin car the creation or The Simple Car cat renlus has In two years reeWiad topmost place in this neid. Arkl ft The success of the Overland Is mainly nil about tno car. send us Lata for this, book.' due to Its amazlnc simplicity; A child can master tho. car. In, five min"' : ' c utes. I'ush a pedal forward to. so, abend; 'T" d I ho and backward to reverse. Tush another Co., Tokia. pedal for high speM.f,rThere la nothlne IJrrased under SeMea Iltuc elae to do but steer. J tleaae ac&d me the book Any man with the simplest Instructions, can run an Overland a thousand ' miles and back. Thrro was never a car so easy to..carar for so easy to keep In order. 20 Per uncie rose and is Tile rlrnfT had a wonderful plan-- lie would drt.i In the carmcnts of man! fhmllar to everybody. Itut as each cf his collar lie jerked his hand out of hi Would have cost Mm ttn dollars. pocket, nnd pointing it at Cor. but Ha dtcldtd: "I don't think 1 can!" addressing himself to tho speaker, WORTH KNOWING Mr. Carlisle of Kentucky, requested to ask n question. Mr. Cox paid no attention to 'Undo Joe' for several Simple But Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism and Lame Back. . Ull V IIVIU SfUU 1.1 , minutes, but tho latter was Insistent, A I tn tcM nc'irr wbm Drlntcil. nnd dually Speaker Carlisle asked Cox This was previously published hero and cured hundreds, "Get ono ounco of reUted t3 mc by fonucr (Joy. If be would yield the floor for a que tlon. Cox paused for a moment and syrup of Sarsaparllla compound and ono ounco Torls Compound. Then get said: '"I will yield to the gentleman half a pint of good whiskey and put ttliJh lnn A a from Illinois for a question on one the other two Ingredients Into It. Use 'tit3 cv nm mrctlnK with Gov. condition. Kvery tlmo he interrupt a tablcspoonful of this ralxturo before . t- -j my namo URKCSica mo ho draw forth hl hand and points earn meal nnd nt bed time. Shako the it at me ns It he had a pistol, and bottle each time." Good effect are felt It frighten toe. If the gentleman from tho first day. Any druggist has theso whllo speaking to keep Ingredients on band or will quickly get ujt. j a yuiu am M Illinois agree . s mm " uitui iu. his baud In hla pocket, I will yield them from his wholesale house. S tho floor for a question.'. Betrayed by the Tipping Habit. r. k (3 dor McMlllln. Cox got "'I'nclo Joe ogreed. Hut he had "Your friend, the count, my dear," r l ir a rpcecu on orno morooa not proceeded far when ho nervously drew forth his hand nnd again pointed said tho millionaire to his blooming odd "AtsT when Cox spoke he had It directly at Cox. In n moment Cox daughter, "has an you way of extendnotice when we '!t:' n c f tho house. Ho had was on his feet, nnd, declaring that ing his hand. Did that ho held his palm i... uujl-lf- - i inn aa Cannon had violated his agreement, parted mill r li rre'f to an Important demanded that Cannon resume his uppermost?" Ills daughter sighed. ." seat. And 'Uncle Joo'had to sit down." I, liVIU UU ". "I was in hopes," sho murmured, "that It Alphonse was exposed It mM n n iii u VVa A V..CIO. ri ri t a Lii...x would bo found that he was at least a A KJW X 111 L ITiaiVC restaurant waiter but I'm afraid' ho should be taken, particularly by the was only a shoo shiner in a barber young because it produces energy nnd shop." develops constancy, and French string An Appreciated Distraction. beans are said to constitute an Ideal "So you think tho automobile has dkH for poets and artists, Wlilto hnrlcot beans should be eaten mado life much plcnsantcr?" "It has for mc," answered tho comby Intellectual workers," because they system restore the nervous and fortable citizen. "I drlva a fast horso should, tho gclcnco holde, bo pre- and my son rides a bicycle. Tho r i 0;cn we dldn"t feed Ilex, ferred as n strengthening food to any has taken tho mluds of tho F" ....... ,T or wuaicrer mm sort of meat and especially beef. police off both of us." U?o r r,e was. raw meat, bo-- Disraeli. Cnrlyle, Duudet and Ibsen "rink r.yr- - U, Kpldrmlr. .ntrd him to become, when fed on hnrlcot bean. Attack tlie Kycs In Urn HiiruiKtlme. Is ... i. r . f . liici--., cuio, weii'Ucnaveu,. OnUKl0ii and Calls tor Immediate Cauliflower nnd cabbages aro very i Murine Kyo Iteintdy Affords s no person. Cornea uow nourishing, but uro not ndvocated, Ilt'llef. It Soothes. Apply Murine Freely and Frequently. Doein t timart. they have the drawback of proiiijtni or agrioutturo in .'"2 Hh It teciimlniitliernnv ducing vulgarity at character nnd Don't kick when your wlfo asks If mai isii, ns a slowness of perception. her bat Is on straight. Itathcr feel - .ui Sirj Tho legumltiotheraplst declare that proud that she has tho grnclousness to nuniun icmpernmunt i:r (ut'lRg down the "high cost these vegetable have nil tho good liken you to a plumb. qualltle thnt nro embodied in either WtlU'Vi nn l l. i.l j meat or eggs without having, how$2,000 to be given away to tho ladles tofio "riiuimfiiit-utUBl- I i.. i l IJUHU- - ever, tlier Inconvenience, A proper who uso Defiance Starch. Watch for n tid varieties to suit tho nerson and cnrcfully measured vegetarian their large advertisement which will I tho treatment suggested by appear In this paper later. Wti carrcts nro prescribed for dlut milling vegQtablon for tho physical green ncaa shauM ho do- - and moral welfaro of tho human race. uyin Tbero nro any number of women violinists, but did you ever meet a win n teiiancy to Hlri: The absence, of meat. It Is held, pre''WJB"MO In notntowi I nn tn vent person from btdng vicious and woman who could play tbo fiddle? 11 ni "X alta I1V nm IB.IHl.Oi B(',41ll.l . bloodthirsty. " TO Rl'KH A t l.l IS ONK ll.W joe was rorcea to ait uown nisumcd the attitude that to -- A Bright Idea. 11 Yeast It la said that the baya bird ot India spends his spare time catching fireflies, which ho fastens to tho sides of his nest with moist clay. On n dark night a baya's nest glows like an electric street lamp. Crlnisqnbcak - Say, there's a bright Idea for decorating that keyhole in my front door Examlno carefully every bottle ot CASTORIA. a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and seo that It Dears tho for 7 Important to Mothers. to-d- a Willys-Uverlan- Signature In Uso For Over !M) Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Breakers Ahead. "What make you so suro that suffragette club Is In for serious trouble?" "My wife has Just Joined It," replied Mr. Mcckton. A Practical1. Success. , TK. Pric. 11.000. 25K.D.- Oneortwonunblt TfltinsaskU sat anasatl . bn tttrTts JJ.'l.'ul c SS W "Is 'bis' airship a success?" "Well, It's practical, at any rate. Ho uses tho motor to run a wood sawing machine."' For Headache Try Hicks' capudlne. Whether from Colda. Heat. Stomach or Nervous troubles, the nehea are speedily relieved by Cnpudlne. It's Liquid pleas ant to laKe i.nerts immediately, 10, 12 and COc at Drue Stores. Hear your own burdens first, after that help to carry thoso of other people. George Washington. .inir. "WJ v ' iv.t, in rAT.O (INTME.NTI.ruranteo.t ot Itehlna, lulnd. llleetllnir or etolidajaormooer refunded. a nr.Ks crura) n bath. to lu nn anr raas Wu. lila in MICA W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 10. gs AXLE GREASE is the turning-poin- t to ccoDcnny in wear and tear of wagos&. TVjr a box. Everydealer, evcryssteae 2 ....... Ac-tlt- It isn't every prodigal son who gets a whack at the obese veal. STANDARD OILCCL (lucorporutedi Hell-ab- le -- -- r The Tenderfoot Farmer one of these experiments! farmers, who put freen spectacles on his cow sod led her shavings. 1 lis theory was that it didn't matter what tho cow ate so lonf as sho wss fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment bad not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try suets n experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds klm- tilf regardless ol digestion and nutrition. Ho might almost as well cat shav-infor all the good he gets out oi his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" tho action of tho organs of digestion and nutrition are irapairej and the man sufTcrs tbo miseries ot dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. SOUR STOMACI used Cascarets and feel Uts I have been a sufferer Croat and sour stomach for the ltatt tssn years. I have been taking raolioae sssfl other drugs, but could find no relief osdtr for a short time. I will Cascarets to my friends as theoolyCsisa; bess-ma- "I n. crjai-pep- sia r- It was 1 keep the bowels in good iney are very nice to eat." Harry Stuckley, Miuch Cfctatfc, Jfc. Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. TaeeeOoaUL Do Good. Never Sicken. Wealeane-CSrton- , 10c.2Sc.50c. Never aold la bulk. Tbaaw ulne tablet stamped C C C. GuaFacKcaatta cure or your money back. ) We will mita (roan anr Caai PMi A HALFTONE ENGUVINa I .n... Tike J.A.YAUVK ce President in Role of a Guide as usually are places of such CUO U'd alsaluilua IIHOMO OulnlD T.MrU mciiej It 11 falls ui cur, li. W. each Ux. 16a. To strengthen tho mtomach, restore the activity of tho or jjon of digestion and nutrition end brato up tho nerves, eso Dr. Plerce'a Golden Medical Discovery. It Is aa nn tolling remedy, and has tho confidence- of physicians aa well as tho praise ot thousands healed by Its use. - FOR WORSI.' PriY aeut T'o oarn than ha Pursued heretofore. oiti an Ket employment us ono r Ke,"cIyB aislsiunts as u nn,0"1.."40 caP" 'n Washing- 0,"er ix M8i p7. 0 of 1,1 'chool friend Capitol Ouldes," because ho I so glib ii.i. rni lt.,i .. and entertaining. Ho was told after nea tho had mado his trip tho Sttlhry nDd Po'ntea about the capltol that Sherman coidd lo "iauiet among the easily put lilm out of tho guldo busiMen u luu arcu gins ness If hu should cngago In thnt lbe "f'tol. ihovlHK them ?.. ,ulB co worst, nnG Sher-ua- n Is obllf d to In omo other way Interest pointed out by tho regular guides. An Interesting sight was Hint of Sherman going about Statuary hall and picking out tho "whisper-lstones, upon which the girls woro told to stand, whllo "Sunny Jim" arranged that thoy should enjoy the echo features of that part of the Tho party went luto tho houso of representatives, where Sherman served for inoro thau tweuty years, and tho notable of that body wr.ru pointed out to Mis Tart and her school girl friends. Kennedy has been known for years as tho "King of th cap-Ito- Always hold In mind that even failure can be tho alphabet of success. Wilson. n iiitKAKur TiiATt'oraii rem. wttbtrtfi's tuna JJjbdm.thB ioiulitr famlir anal-siH tiers other rcuitMlles All edr eureiw ao.auc.llWbulllci. luu la tbo strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" Is temperance medicine. It contains neither Intoxicants nor narcotics, and is as free from alcohol et from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed on, ill outside wrapper. Don't let dealer delude rou for his own pro6t. There is no medicine for stomach, liver and blood "ust as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery." woman U sel The decolleto-gownedom deceitful; at least, sbo Uoosa't try to conceal much. d Bite ten square Inchea or lea rirlst In Newsuaoer or aa tlonrry. l'ortralt, BeltSlrafti Ijinuacape, use btoea ea subject jroii may selecs. paper will do I lie printing for os. Western $1 Ntwiotgsr Union. Little Sect. tasVlj s. FOX ono long to become an export fault finder. It doesn't take PINK EYE 1 B1STEMPEK CATARRHAL FTTH AND ALL NOSE AND THROAT ami twwsla. crab-eatin- as. Iir. rtrres's PleauDl IMIels Brit put op J rears Thrr rrtfulata ant Invlgursto itutuacb, Urar iiaoulsa, Sirs. AVInilotv'a h.M)llilne Hrrau. rorehllilren tnetlilna, bufienitbBiiuaia, reduresln-tUuiuiatiuala M.in, cures alud uullc. Zjd a ujitlw. Kvery night watchman Is untitled to bis duy dreams. A llko a fish. monkey In Slam swims and Hate thaiuncu. 00 foe broodmares 110.(10all others. Beat kidney. the Uoren. bold br all n a bottle I&.OU an1 bd hore irooda houses, or seat esurcss paid, bj tae muatastaaasi GOSHEN, HKX&W. Chemlits, SFOI1N MEDICAL CO, Cares the sick and seta as a prerentlre for others. Liquid rents and II S900U8O of those ugly, Brlnly, gray hairs. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. Arc you thin, pale, easily tired, lack your usual vigor and strength? Then your digestion must be poor, your blood thin, your nerves weak. You need ti tonic and alterative. You need Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I In- m 'y &itsanariila entirely frin (mm UIVUIIUH Wo ImKfVP j lnr tlncfur HllllM ClulorSC -llbb IIUIII rilwlini these statements, or we would n. t ni. kc their. Ak him c Al. Co.,Uutl!.Mms. and find out. I'ollow his advice. PUU Why Take Alcohol? trier's - jf-pom- e QJ umuw. j - . .. i. . - tm.t" Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollic Mlrsc. of Carrsvlllc, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was Irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattlc Cain I took 2 hot-tiof Cardtii ami it did me more good than any medicine 1 ever took. "1 am 44 years old nnd the chance has not left me, but 1 am lots better since tdkiug Cardtii." Thought. How still tt Is Tlio buoy world linn censed Its l;i bore, the rush nnd turmoil of dally strlfo In ovor, nnd night stretches lis Lumber slindovts over all. No sound .Make your homes happy. You go your rheumatism nnd acting tlio lugubrious and your sons will go Into the world and plunge Into dlsslpa Hon They will havo their own rlicu matlniA after awhile. IX) not fore stall their misfortunes. You were young once, nnd you hnd your bright mid Joyou times. Now, lei the young folks hnvo a godd time. HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia UMnkhoin's vegetable Compound take l.ydia cs The endorsement of your doctor will certainly git-a- t Iv lnctc.no your confidence In Aycr as a family laxative. Liver rills. All vegetable. Ask your doctor about them. 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 4.75 A TON Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated,Jwhether large or small. but tho drip of tho blessed mlti In heard, nnd It fnllit In n soft, slow drlnnlnR an thotuth loath to break the dumber. SlttiiiK alone ' tlio stillness of our room, looking out imo uie Harmless listening to (lit patter of tlio rain drop, thoughts tin) ninny nnd iimiiv EM of them too painful, come throngliu up In our brain thoughts Ihnt keep Dentil's twin sister Sleep," fnr n Take wny There are ninny tilings, ns vtt think of them, that should not hnv been neglected, many unkind wonH The Woman's Tonic spoken that enn nover bo recnllrd no ufter words cai whose wound Card u I is advertised nnd entirely henl. sold by its loving friends. i inny heal over wound The lady who advised The Mrs. Mirse to take Cardtii. but Uie srnr ever remains, this had herself been cured of true of a flesh wound, nml more i serious female trouble, by where the henrt linn been hurt. Cardtii, so she knew what Strange, too, that It In not the Cardu! would da Hen, the some time r.uefit, or tt. acquaintance, upon whom wo Infill If Cardtii cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mlrsc, it these wound, but those wlio nre th surely will cure you too. nearest nnd dearest to n -- thoso t' whose existence our very life d Won't you try it? pond' those who love uh nml nr Please da entitled to nil tho love and endea acta of klnJ IpK words, nil tho llltl netw that ko toward making n happv fk-Hl1 He who Is fnlso to the preent break n thrend In tho loom, and will see the effect of It when tho wvnvliiK of a lifetime Is unraveled O DONT EXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Hickman Cltlien'i Advice. Rihattu. Mum. I 1 A 1 J Wr.i.l me t,J I oniiu-un-j sB ls tftm-- i t,l arc a ;J. u-- life. A. A. FARIS to Think when we frown upon one ' tho houehold band, who would glw their life, If need be, for our plea lire, nnd turn with n sweet smile nnd pleasant word for tho stranger, tie friend of nn hour, who would can not Into what depths of misery might be plunged ! thoso nohoa nnd bad We avoid memories of Uie past by striving to make tho tuol of our frluuda while If wo haw wo have them with n friend In whom we have all conful once nnd tnist, why don't wo ! i them know these things by tolllnR them how muoli wo loo nnd appre elate them, and showing by our acts that our words nro not In vain Wt Don't Ask T h u. We just ask you to see and examine this range before purchasing : : : : Trust your friends, havo confidence In them, for trlondshlp nbhorreth Never doubt your friend's doubt. word. In n tinio of trouble, nver fall to lend n helping linnd. Scatter rosea nlong the pathways nnd remove every visible thorn, so that when our friends aro with us no more we will havo no sad thoughts of ututpoken words and duties which wc hnvo left undone. So live that wo will be prou of the fact that oven whin hearing unpleasant reports of our friends wo believe tlietn not, and that wo stood by them through ovil as well as good report; that wo followed them to tho und of their Journey and leave thcin with tho hopo of tho continuation of a more blessed and perfect life here after for friendship la not friendship at best till circumstance put It to n tost. Nover neglect your kidneys. If you havo pain In tho back, urln arr disorders, dltzlncin anil nervous nos. It's lima to' act and no time to experiment. These arb tho symptoms of kidney trouble and you should seek n remedy which Is known to euro tho kldnoys. Dean's Kidney I'ills Is the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cases In Hickman. Follow the advlco of Hickman citizen and be cured your self. It J tang, of Hickman, Ky.. says "Dean's Kidney litis live up to the claims made for them and It Is i pleasure for me to glvo this remedy my Kidney first ' ... .. endorsement. Ih ... v troublei,v . I r.... ...t it. ..u ' lame back and when I first aroo In the morning, the pain was very so-vero There wss also a heavy feel Ing through my loins as though coffee Is too weak the ink. was being dragged down by so much arrive at all the salad cou.ix ti Ui load. I tried several remedies, but ml half received no relief until I procured table minus tbo dressing retelved Donn's Kldnoy lill at Helm & Kill the Invitations were emt son s Dnig Store. half the people who got ihtir before the contents of Uie ono regret and those who arrive on the and had been taken, my trouble dlsap box glum because a rnlntttorui pared. I diall never loie an opporscene are tunity of (peaking In favor of Doan' comes up and dolugtw thrlr gowns. The banquet lamp nfBw to Kidney litis." Kor salo by all dealer. Price COc u give light and thu flow em fad KostorMllburn Co., lluffalo, N. Y., soon as thoy jtosslbly can. TK hh solo ageuts for tho United Statoa. lucky girl goes off Into a and Ilemember tho name Itoan nrr and weojHt u tear or two hmI lake no other. was Om then wondors whether It O opal ring that brought It all mi or Haster and Knstor bonnets will whether It was becnuse she Htt out bloom out un tho :7th of this month the wrong side of the Wl wt thai The bill collector will "shako down" particular morning. for a nleo bunch on or about the first The trials of the unlucky girl on of the coming month dad always pay not bo enumerated. She rails down the fiddler, you know. Hut no mststair at tho sllghlt provocation. If Its like the measles, we've got anyone In a crowd of 700 Is doomed tr. to havo It. and the Courier Is glad to get her breath rnisbed out It U to see our progressive merchant fill Uie unlucky girl. She niHuttt trttttM on Ing thlr store and windows with general principles and loxoa trio4the latest and prettiest toggery to shell hairpin, belt buckle, hat Hh. be found In the state. There's no pokH-booglove, handkerchief. reason for any of this "Kaater mon and ring. She can't help It. 8k ey" leaving town, iou will ouy think she Is doomed to bump Into good J ti st as cheap or chener In disappointments at ovory rorner, and. Hlckmnn than elsewhere. When you to tell the truth, she'd be rather disbloom out In that Kaster attire, be appointed If ht didn't nre Hint the label In that hat or suit bears the name of your home around your house growling about merchant. , 'M H tl, i rap und tu '"llu'd yon.' 3;k joa fa pi k i" a dnV iu.,1 lM ' ''"".hid Mr i 1 1 tl j my name In rnnr t 1 to tv throuRhtbelhaneV.fl ....... fiftrv.tni..... a; iriim ..v. ,viiniit-Bsymptoms, i.y table Cotutouiii ii strenpth. nnd tr vt Ul KlIIU 111 II1M - f.Vi.KS It " rr a.l . " MJb lu IMk V 1 .F ... H suffering womri should nu lill si ClIAKM-- t IlAIill vllle. VU ti ti I I. !:o I Wtln Itn st hub cniirni jvrvxi tr Ittf? from nnv of lb- v lccIIar to their wi 1 irttuflt rrw.rt I' -. mu4 net x.l I . I? IH..LI..-.- . 1 imuiuii 1..1.. i. . nitI ii 111U1IIL1 111 n ib i .jsiirr si i. j I M i:i i ls.ii II Ml V-'.al.H IiniCTI ' TwHnkhatt" mwA bt er 1 .ill. x (0 rUi,, IfMWvt.C far-wa- y , I I j, n 4 Iutl will rruUl;.-- m I W:t raBie),eiiurc&t,ott SLSBkBSVI? tfttfl nn, tt STCWAKrS SAS1 lM b - ) i i ptlM you. vi r Agent k R. L. GRAY, XZloKuuiii, Wc nrc Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Companies Always havo ohnrlty for your ohll dren. Teach them to corao to you for sympathy and council rather than to hide from you many a jmlnful ho- crot. An unthinking mnn may considu a matter of Httlu Importance tho cares of the household and the conomles of domestic lifebut wo tell you tho eurtlr Is strewn with the martyrs of kitchen and nursery womanhood cries Thu out for a Cod who can help ordinary women In tho ordinary duties of bouse keeping. Tho wearing, grind ing unappreciated work goes on, but tho same' Christ who stood on th bank of (lalllco In tho early morning and kindled tho flro and had thu fish already ijcnued and broiling wheiith sportsmen stepped ashoro, chilled and hungry, will help every woiiia to prepare breakfast, whether by her own hand or tlio hand of her hired help, The God who made ludestruat Iblo eulogy of Hannah, who made cast for Samuel, her sou, nnd carried it to tho templo every year, will help every woman la preparing th family wardrobe. It health-shattered For Rheumatic Pains in Hickman They are It ccrr.pr..-- ! 'hi! tire been here brger fUarvcU; t45 er, Ii your prcp?r( soundi to thjrir ii too Ut- - wri '!: lie a Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent Farm As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the mus1 Loans will mnkc Farm bans i i St. Louis Furniture Co. cles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness. " - .n Obion . r'-.i- Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. Mrs. Daniel II. Dmit,of Mann's Choice, K.K.D., No. I, Pa., writes Time send me a bottle of Sloin's Liniment for theumatUm and stlii joints. It U the bttt remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it." ont r & rnn..nnainruuo"rr" ty. Ky., nt the rate w fron kw Weakley i . .. i nnn per annum i mft r more on nm tanii9 ,iti , Also for Stiff Joints. Mr. fan :m 1 1 - - .j. "v7AV m tt sm fii'i vii in n fir aw 1t ii vi'm -- joints man anything I have ever tiled." Milton WiircLrR, atoo Morrii Ave., Wrmlngham, Ala., writes: s'oan uniment tin don m mote good for stUt P V 1 r fii iv ii- run v. uv loaned, girls uccm to bo naturally IOUlSVlLL&,hX,U.S.A. lucky, while others are too unlucky for words. There doesn't appear to Samples on display at this office. bo a happy medium between thu two at nil, unless It Is said that tho girl who has good luck euo day and bud luck tho uext has It. Everything tho lucky girl under takes turns out Just right. EveryBXGLUSlV.Ef IOCAly AGENTS thing that tho unlucky girl turns bur FOR. THIS JEXCLUSlVEy IINy- hand culminates in u disappointing fizzle. Tho lucky girl will give u little Congress does not socni to bo do luncheon, and without any apparent Why do tho big trust kick no at publicity? Tlio railroads havo been Intf much, but long speeches swell effort ou her part, tho affair will go printing full reports for years, and it tho Congressional Itecord, and pro- off splendidly Tho unlucky girl tries makes their Block woro attractlvo to motes prosperity by Increasing tho an Informal affair and her woes aro simply numberless. Tho Ices molt, volumo of tho Junk business. Investors Some I TP T CCS H AP I 11VLJU1VI C.VVJ. MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Lucky and Unlucky, Sloan's is the fjickest and best remedy for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Hruises and Insect Stings. I'rlce U5c., COc., und $1.00 nt All Dealers. Stud fur kilun's l'reu lluuk on Horses. Addres nn ive yeai .u " ih nnvi leae u " lir nil of paying same making aj full or . J V.8ired 8ize partial Pav----. (1 The Hickman Courier rat Liniment DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. at "frvals month, after irniii u.ii. n( ban, Mai on J' i.i . ri'- - payment made, rTnAnLlN I I ... Attorney"at-Uv: . Ten". ... 111 llftlfn vilon rounlr W'H PJ,n that I THE HICKMAN COURIER. that PuUs taB Commercial A BLUE MARC MKXR that yomr kM ..xjHrM mm to tou after Knw profflptlr if row want th paper to cema H month Lei's Hitch Up M,t.t. .W OLDEST 13 ttlB Team Uaqon up the Hill at Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and volume PAPER m " so. :n WESTERN KENTDOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR 10.9400 18RII Ccn Extending the Wlralass. Maynard of J Vladl-nxto- t for-,ramil may lie eatabllahad bathe United Btatoa and tha Iratten ki ration to ba built at Katnacaat penlnaula amending lK the Siberian and oppoalta jto the llerlni? Misc-nlcatl- to tend an telfgrapb department U ti, i nlltd Statra for tha purposa ot with enhancements -- aim lost ABrlean wlrMcaa company ao that has decided aJlae 'n"1 ,n" "he Ru'ln tf A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF hero from three to ten dayx, and each man wilt spend on an ot $10 per day among our local people, besides It 'will attract visitors from our nearby towns and country, and Hickman should put on her best front to entertain them. Itora nv-crn- O aa Exclusive Millinery CAN BE SEEN AT OUR- - DORENA NOTES. itaia. Unlled Statea Wearing Away. The Inlted Statea la wearing down it the averaga rnto of one Inch In 73 -- Thl remit la computed from of atream Kauctnjc and water isalr'la br the geological aurvay, the latT corpa of the array and Mm aupp'emented br witthtr bureau, Th Mme itate and municipal work. ,trMBii carry off each year an aver-,j- t o V, tone of dlaaolred sollda and (( tera of autpended matter for each iqsire mile of aurfaco equivalent to tona of dlaaolred t total of KO.OOO.OOOof ul li 000,000 tona auapended mat-ur- . eara. tO year J. O. King wont to Medley Thursday on business. Clara Townsend was In Hickman, Saturday, shopping. Mrs. John Pickett was in Hickman Saturday shopping. L. Ik Hlnshaw has returned from a short visit in East Prairie. Itov. King, of Martin, will preach at Locust Grove next Sunday. Will Hlgglna visited J. H. Pickett's family. In Hickman, Sunday. Johnnlo Futch and Chas. Ray had business In Charleston, Sunday. Melvin Lawrence, of Hickman, vis lted his aunt, Mrs. J. O. King, recent 17. Opening Rocka. 0d and a half cupa of brown aurar, ttrtWcurtha of a cupful of butter; crtam butter and augar; add' three tilt, two cupfula of flour, one cupful walnuta, one and a half of chopped tupfuU of aeeded ralalna, on lerel ttaipoonful of aoda dlaaolred In a Mil well, addlni the mil hot water tour lait. Drop from a teaspoon late tstured Una and bake alowly. Qualified. Tear ad In the paper aaya yov tut an experienced aklrt flnlaher,' u4 the applicant to tho head ot th UiUi' tailoring firm. Yi, air Aro you omT" '! certainly am. 1're been rldla la ury nlghl atrtet cara fc fire year."-- St Loula Max. Tuesday I Wednesday MARCH 22nd and 23rd In addition to the Millinery Opening we invite your attention , Andy Claywell, ot Hickman, was hero Sunday tho guest of Jas. Tan kersley. Opal Crawford and Nannie Farmer were visitors In Hickman Saturday night and Sunday. Millie Hinshaw, ot Hickman, was the guest ot Mary Polhamus Saturday night and Sunday. Most of the low land is overflow, ed at this writing but we hope that by tho time we come again the water will bo back in its banks. Miss Bernlce Royer spent lnnt week with her sister at the homo of Mrs. B. Parham. uedd to the showing of UNDER MUSLINS v strong talk of an offort brLna: made to havo tin- - Wectrlc fana a th4 city to atart n month earlier Apr, lat Inatcad of May let) till Kir It we need thorn earlier, let'a tare theui tho Hickman Ice & Coat Th re la TAILORED SUITS, WAISTS, SKIRTS DRESSES, PETTICOATS, DRESS GOODS, DRESS ACCESSORIES, SILKS i To. U mnn7 - - - Miss Ina Royer closed a very successful school at Stubbs school house Friday. Misses Ethel and Swan Naylor ited Mrs. B. Parham last week. vis- v -f Schmidt baa the iprlnc aamplca you tjcj on, From JIG awcllcat line ot over laid your to J40. SMITH & AMBERG Wm. Newton 7isltcd home Saturday and Sunday. B. C. Stubbs visited in Fulton week. folks last GUN SHOOT JUNE 13th, 14th, 15th. The Hickman Gun Club has Just received registered papers allowing it to bold a registered shooting tour nament ou the above dates. You will enjoy your suit so much more if you by it early, before everyone has one These Bischof suits are strikingly new. They show the Russian influence, the peasant effects that are seen so much at Palm Beach. These suits are the styles you see featured in the Fashion magazines. They are unstiffened and unpadded. They look simple, but in the hands of an amateur would prove disastrous. They require a tailor with the skill, the experience of Bischoff. Fine stitching, hand tailoring and art in cutting is what makes them not expensive cloths and trimming. If you wunt to be dressed fashionably, get They have tho assuranco that practically all of tho best shots In the United States will be on hand, as these dates aro between tho Southern Handicap, which will bo held this year at Columbus, Ga., and tho Grand American Handicap, which will be hold In Chicago, a week after the shoot in Hickman. It Is fully expected that there will bo shooters from almost every state in tho union, and will bo much larger crowd than was here last year, although this was ono ot tho best shoots pulled otf in tho South, and Hickman was "shot on tho map" as many people wore here to this shoot and will bo buck again that probably never would havo heard of tho town, as local merchants can vouch for the big benefits derived from this shoot, besides business that they got and will gut since. Watch This Space Next Week! E. W. one. It may bo u surprise to somo people to kuow that this 'shooting game' in the last year, has attracted over 10,000.00 of foreign capital Invested in hemes, etc., in Hickman, besides several hundred dollars iter month being scattered among our local merchants of every class. The club expects to uiako a much stronger effort to surpass any shoot that was ever pulled oft In the south, and on accouut ot Its advantages ot being so near Itcelfoot Lake, Mississippi River, and near by fishing and hunting streams, to get more of tho moneyed sportsmen (they aro nil good spenders) Interested in winter homes, bungalows, and club houses, and beforo many years, have more millionaires coming to Hickman In their prlvato cars, turning loose their coin among us, than any Uttlo city In tho south. Tho people ot Hickman made a tine Impression with tho sportsmen that were here, and every man that wan hero last season is talking "Hickman Shoot," boosting it and expects to attend this year, and brlng4 several others with htm. N find it simple and girlish, the most You will becoming style you have ever worn. Only a slight change here and there ever needed to make it fit like you were molded into it. It is the woman in well chosen clothes that is charming if she buys early she gets the pick. Prices range from Adams $12.50 to $25.00 SMITH & AMBERG There will be several hundred vis- - Hickman Furniture Company FURNITURE AND CAMPAIGN OPENS Todny Is St Patrick s Tako your produco to C. II. Moore. Harry l'ntch spout Friday (lolly In Cairo, UNDERTAKERS, GOODS First'Clais Goods at a price that is within reach of everyone. Our goods are new and strictly When in need of anything in our line it,will pay you to call and look over our stock. We are always pleased to show our goods whether you buy or not. We are here to accomodate the public up-to-dat- e. watch lllckmnn come to the front. Just ono trlnl will convince you. Schmidt Host flour on tho ranrkct. Hcttcrs- worth & I'ratlicr. Saturday wns the busiest day In Hickman this year. Buy your cigars from Harris, at Hlrkinnn Drug Co. H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. A. Dodda Lumber Office. Not a political campaign but a campaign for business. I We are prepared to meet tbe demands in all lino c ? merchandise contained in A Dry Goods Store, a Shoe Store A Clothing: Store, a Grocery Store A Hardware Store, a Harness Store A Drug: Store, a Buggy Store Four carloads recently received and allotted to the various departments and combined in one great Department Store Here are some of the specialties in the Implement Line Vulcan Chilled Plows, Oliver Chilled Hoosier Corn Planters Hoe and Disc Cultivators Harrows, Stalk Cutters Farm and Poultry Fence Ohio River Salt, etc., etc. Car load of the famous Dclker Buggies just in, representing the highest attainment in buggy making. A mammoth aggregation of $25,000 worth of merchandise. A great special CASH SALE commencing And an Implement Store We Can Save You Money Lawrence Coombs loft Friday for Hot Springs for his health. FOR KENT: Desirable residence on tho Hill. L. I. hlllson. 2r JA FURNITURE CO. HICKMAN (Incorporated) E. E. REEVES. Manager paper. See Fuqua, Helm & Co. for wall All prices, Cc roll up. Lot Schmidt mako your clothes and keep them pressed KltKK of charge Wo understand Dr. J. M. Hubbard has placed an order for n handsome new auto. Wall Paper! All Wall Paper! grades at tho lowest prices. Fuqua Reasons for Safety Helm O. & 11. Co. Caldwell THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund m from Charleston, .Mltw., to upend few days In Hickman. came up Saturday a I The Courier's "Want Column" sure to find you a buyer. Costs for each word. Try It. It $50,000.00 15.000.00 Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han dles the best lino of Furniture In West Kentucky. Let us show you. Do tho people still own the Alaska coal pile, or Is It now' In some one's $65,000.00 Making a total of which stands, not as the total security, but as the mar jin of security protecting our depositors. Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STJITE bank, operated under the strict banking laws of Kentucky. At least four sworn reports are made each year. Its funds are protected by a modern Burglar Proof Steel Safe and Vault, and are insured against burglary and sneak thieves. Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discbarge of their duties. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservative management, assure the patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential of a good bank. Saturday, April 2nd, and Closing Saturday, April 9th, Be careful how you make your purchase elsewhere. 1910 tale. back yard 7 Let tho garden seeds wait While you find out, Mr. Congress man. FOR SALE; 10 nice work mules. ranging In price 1150 tho pair. up. some corses, including a good saddle horse. On Jan. 1st time, noto 6 per cent, mortglage or personal security. Can be seen at SUhr's stable R, K. Rogers, Hickman. 3txe The Courier editors and wives were treated to a spin in W. A. Dodd's new "E. M. F. 30" Studobaker auto this week. It Is one of the best cars ever brought to this section mud und hills have no terror fur the driver of a Studebaker. W. A. Hlnshaw and Jno. McFarland purchased from Smith Bros., of Robinson, Ills., last week a flue saddle stallion, "Silver Rose," paying $700 for him. Ho Is n black roan, fifteen hands and 3 Inches high, weighs 1100 aud Is an easy, graceful saddler Wait for this great NAYLOR MERCANTILE CO. CAYCE, K.Y. Arc your merchants prepared to Te Optimist's Corner Daily Helps to Health and Happiness By- - a tO ROE T. UUVLtX. A.&L.M.D. Beware of over exercise. The man who over develops his mutclee In order to poia as a strong man suffers for his rash nets In after years, ExercUe to exhaustion should never be Indulged In. Those footballers, cycllett, and runners who regularly play or ride so furiously, or run so Immoderately that they frequently find themselves In a state of collapie Immediately after enjoying their favorite eport, are doing thenv selves considerably more harm than good. Tepid or moderately warm bathing It beneficial In certain caees; the cold bath ex. tracts more heat from the body meet the competition constantly grow- O ing more attractive to the unthliik-iiik- . n UOOOOOOOflOOOBU 0 a nan s n?i nar t rniv rri n :WE SELL: LUMBER CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY Fulton Is putting on considerable agony. At the last meeting of their town board, It was decreed that tho "entire police force," which of course must run up In the neighborhood of two or three, should wear regulation uniforms and helmets. Oh. you kid M A. McDanlcl returned from o business trip to Union City. Sattir day afternoon. Mr. Mc says there wero not a fourth as many people on the streets of Hint hustling little city as thcro were on Hickman's streets What have, we been telling you nil tho time? of those alluring sprint; catalogues from the metropolitan depart- n rrnn rur mir am vnti a o ment stores? Of rourso the bargains nt home are tatter when you consid- n in Aiihiip tii nr nnrraw sna a er Uiat the home merchant Kites you o mrrmm ituimr tout uddit rv s personal attention und the chance to o funded. If cot tuUiflrd ! o return good that nre not whnt was A rinutMl. Hut the public forget this, trade 1ms to be drummed, nml the only efficient drummer fur the MULES I MULES home merchant Is the local newspaWn hnm shout CO head of tool per irnrV mut schools or Wlckllffo have Imvij ordered closed by the conn ly board of health on account of the prevalence of smallpox In tho county IVi. public eight years old. for tale AUo ! horses and good mares, Will either for cath or credit wW w note. J. F. A. 8. L, Deddi Co. nnrlnr from thrte td W. A. DODDS EASTER W. F. Edmonds and Earl Edmonds have leased tho flxh dock which has been operated mnny years by R. M. Mctheny, tho trade having been made last Thursdny. Mr. Edmonds has looked after this business for Heveral years and has n thorough knnwledgo of tho business. FLOWERS. $8 a doz American Ueuutles Bridesmaid Hoses.... $2 to $2.00 12 to 2.50 Brides Hoses 12 to 2.G0 Richmond Hoses $1 to 1.25 Curnations Easter Miles J3 a doz 11 u doz Lily of Valley Swcot I'eus ..........11 per PRANKYJ3 KK1D. What Is a real gentleman Is thus defined by uu eastern exchange: "A man that's clean Inside und out, who neither looks up to Uio rich nor down on tbo poor; Who cun lose without squealing and who can win without bragging; who la considerate of children and old people, who Is too brave to He, too gentle to cheat, und who take hie share of the world aud 1U other people have theirs." Tack Foy, a furmor living nt Enon church on tho stale road near Fill ton, committed suicide Friday by hanging himself to a rafter In his barn Cause Is supposed to have been despondency over III health Who will bo the first to knock on He Is survived by a wife and ono having a big Fourth of July Cele- daughter. Miss Inn. bration In Hickman this year 7 Now Chns. Graliuni, who slapped Rev, Is the time for both knocker and M. K, Dodd at 1'uducuh Inst week beboosters to get busy. cause of remarks made by the preach GOV. RIVER REPORTS. er about Oruham's wife, was fined Manager Dillon, of tho lllckumii lea ono cent. If reports of tho affair untrue, the fine was about right. & Coal Co.. Informs ns that hercuftcr Preachers should be allowed no more they wtfll display nt tho office of the privileges In their remarks about la- compuny government river reports. furnished by tho Chief of the I' 8 dles than uny other man. Weather Ilureuu. Now, If our friends Its an old one, but we'll mention could mako arrangements for the of AT , It again Hickman needs some ficial weather forecasts and slguiil The farmers who trade ut service, they would have the thing Bradley & Parham's this point uro certainly u patient, de- complete. serving lot of fellows and wo should O Basket leaves ever show them that wo appreciate their Tuesday afternoon sticking to Hickman by offering thorn Henry Ilniiillton, mechanical engin more conveniences. When you ask eer, who hus been horn khviiihI Best Work Lowest Prices the furmer what lllckmnn needs most months with tho Mongol llox Co., o- he Will tell you "hitch-rackaud wa turned to Louisville Saturday for a ter troughs," few weeks. than the narvout perton can Sea bathing hat a tpare. Clothing favorable Influence. thould be ae light at poatlble. Tight boott, cortett, beltt, and gartere mutt be carefully avoided. Nine, or even ten, hourt of tleep may be advantageoutly taken. Ute of tobacco and alcoholic spirits It bett avoided. Smok. Ing certainly Impairs the nerv. oue eystem, si eteeplejaekt and ttltphone "linemen" testify. Penont of very nervout temperament thould cultivate the habit of working tlowly, eating tlowly, thinking tlowly In short, living tlowly. Nervout pertont let the fire of their vitality burn too quickly, which It the frequent eaute of nervout breakdown. Care thould be taken that there are regular hourt for meali, exercise and tleep. Taylor Tailoring rnnrncnnfs nhoilt all that the most fastid ious would wish. AH wool fabrics, nrice and economy. and the finest grade )f workmanship, together with the strong pledge everything must be right. What more can that LAUNDRY wc offer? (.TAG hitch-racks- This model can be ordered only at this store. s FUQUA, HELM & COMPANY ir rariarrilB MaWTftf-- r Ill I I I' M"l !! I'M f 'H''H'i I New Spring Goods WE'RE COMPLETELY READY FOR THE SPRING SHOPPERS-OU- R SHELVES AND COUNTERS CROWDED WITH PRETTY SPRING GOODS IN ALL LINES Heard 22 On the Streets Thirsty! homo. ItEO Is whn you need Courier Want Column KATKH-- On Omh In Advance. Cent pr Word pr Week as PTTTTTTTT'rrTTTTTTT FOR SALE; C. L. Roso. Cow with young calf. 2tp Porter Shiitnato spent Sunday at FOR SALE: good work horso Dan Ilrlggs was here from MemphlR G. T. Meacham, No. 1 3Sp Hickman. week. this Sam Salmon camo In Tuesday from I A COMPREHENSIVE DISPLAY OF NEW FASHIONS niploy, Tenn. TARP1NE for coughs and colds 25a per bottle. Helm ft SlUson. coming co, Ky. noa trip to Pittsburgh. Al Karls has returned from a bust FOR SALE; IN SPRING SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS AND WAISTS Good work mare, A. J. Jones, Cay 38p English Repp and Linen Dresses and Coat Suits For Spring weather linen and repp arc certainly ideal materials, and the styles wc show in coat suits arc very attractive, ranging in price from WANTED: Small bottom farm, at reasonable price. Address Hickman Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Davis were In Courier. Frankfort and Louisville last week. FOR SALE Six nlco corner lota Mrs. F. T. Handlo attended tho fun in tho Henry Addition. Term to suit 35tfc cral of Dr. McKecl at Wingo Friday. purchaser. Julian Choate. Mrs. Geo. Allen left Tuesday for Tyrozn, Ark., to visit her brother. I' I The Spring style, 82.50 to $12.50 SMART TAILORED SKIRTS skirt season and wc arc prepared to offer the most complete line of SKIRTS in VOILE. PANAMA and BATISTE. c The most line of skirts in the city, priced at is n com-plet- FOR SALE; White Plymouth Rock Misses Iua and Uernlco Koycr visit' eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-noi- l, cd .Mrs. L. I). Throlkcld onu day lost 33tfc. Hickman. Route 3. week. FOR SALE: Rhode Island Red W. A. Dodds, wlfo and llttlo daugh Hggs, $1 for setting of IS. Mrs. Em tor visited In Union City a fow days ma Roso, Hickman, Ky. 2tc last week. FOR SALE: About 76 bushels of D. IJ. Wilson and wlfo attended tho funeral of Dr. McKeel at Wlngo best oats at 65c per bushel at my c farm. HENRY MANGOLD. last Friday. 37-3- 83.30 to X3.SO LADIES' AND MISSES' JACKETS c: o .... tr,i.. -- iiuy n . rtii wooi -- overr.. anai merges m w aiiyi ij. NEW LAWN WAISTS J The season's very newest styles of white waists, broidered and beautifully lace trimmed and tucked; mndc of fine, sheer quality lawn in the most approved Itob Dougherty and Milton kane, FOR SALE: Pair good strong of Cairo, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Par- - work mules, $160. Credit until Jan. ham last week. l, 1911, lion or easy note a. R. Rogers. Mrs. L. M. Carter, need 90. died WANTED: in Mayfleld last week at tho homo of Good boy to handlo agency for reliable steam laundry. her son, A. J. Carter. Address Martin Steam Laundry, Mar Mrs. W. F. Montgomery spent Sun tin, Tenn. 40p day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Q. McMurry, near town. J. FOR SALE: S. L. Wyandottes. it. Wo want to show you tho swellest 1. Reds, Ruff Arplngton Eggs. Wrltu line of hats In town for Easter $1.60 or phone for prices. Mrs. Florence, Rice, llickmon. 39p to Stetsons. E. C. Rico & Co. Mrs. Annie Turner left Monday for FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Brown her home in Marvel, Ark., after a Leghorn eggs for setting. Per setting: visit to her father, Lum Carter. of 16 eggs, 75c C. A. Murchlson, address, Cayce, Ky. A'mberg and wife left Sun day night for Louisville where they FOR SALE: Nice residence will spend soveral weeks with rela the College. Plenty of ground near and tives. all Improvements. Terms to suit purpay rent. See us. If chaser. Don't Sorao of tho best dressed best you want a home. Hickman Courier. looking men in town are wearing Bourbon Red Turkeys. Rhode Red Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes sold by Smith & Amberg. Chickens. Eggs from Red Chickens $1 for 15. Write for price of turkeys. Almost every new style is includ Mrs. O. B. Threlkeld. State Line. ed In our Men's Low Cut Shoes; all Ky. IMayp leathers, all prices $3.00, $3.50 and C-- priced at tans and gray coverts and white serge, with hair line stnpe, ranging in price from N 'J 50c to $3.50 il $3.50 to $6.50 Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, and room size Rugs are showing the prettiest line in the city-- be sure and see our line before buying ? g MCW 171 INLWT LAJIKV rr0 rrXtrPIMPQ e V LtIINljO--W- & g g j BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO- P'CORPORATED up. E. C. IUco & Co. LAW AS TO AUTOS. V MARSHAL'S SALE FOR Cn TAXES. Mlliii-r- , Win.. E. II., II. 7, 2C8 to 203, Monday, April 11th, 1910, It be-- J Macklln. Tom, E. II., 11. the f.rtt day of tho April term $4.92. the Fulton County Court, at tho lived Ilclra, E. H., II. 7, Curt Home door In Hickman, Ky., I 272. UIM. 4. 254-50- HICKMAN WILL GET FACTORY New Industry Will Employ 100 People. Almost Enough Money Raised Concern Makes Handles, Etc. tory, and comes to us with first-claa- s commendations. If tho necessary capital Is raised within tho next ten days, Mr. Harned thinks tho factory will bo In opein-lio- ; ttll to the highest bidder, for Tom' ltlnso, E. II., II. 5, 145C-7- , due tho City of Hick- $4.92. for the year 1909 and the coit HIdko, J no., E. II.. II. C. 144, $4.59. tale, the following described real Tliompnon, Ann If, O. II., Vi 147, "Use aliened In the mmci of tho $5.30. (. :w ng partlet, Tolly, Nathan, E. II., II. 4. Twa dollar la added In each case $7.67. w com. TOM DILLON, Jr., Tho proposition submitted last WHITE LIST City Marshal. week by J. W. Harucd, an experienc O J Q.. W. II.. No. 134, ed handle factory man, to put in a handlo factory In this city Is moat COAL FAMINE LIKELY. 'J Joe, W. II., PL No. 167, ing with splendid encouragement, and lL A. A. Karls. who recently purchaH- - our business men are taking stock in T W J , 0. II.. A 28. 14 feci tho coal business of tho Hickman Ico tho concern in an enthusiastic man&. Coal Co., informs us that Hick- ner. Enough hus already been subn Ildm. J. T.. E. H.. II. 7. man pooplo may bo forced to ro scribed to practically Insure tho plunt. :.'I :i2, $3.95. throUKh a coal famine If tho miners' S. L. Dodds heads tho list for $5,- n M , W. II.. 125. $10.21. union goes on a strlko. Ho has onu 000 worth of tho stock, and says ho '3n is (has., k. it. n t 3n. barge of coal ordered which will will tako moro If necessary. Several reach him before tho strike taken others wilt tako $1,000 or moro each, W It . R. It II 7 274.57K.57r. effect. 8hould tho miners bo called as as yet all tho business men hnvo out, this may bo tho last coal wo will not been solicited, us Mr. Harned .r.lppin Marvin, W. II., N. E. U set for several months. started out with his proposition only SneakliiK of tho prospect of n gen last Monday. It is confidently expect krav II I. k ii it p. 187 . mi! ed that every business mail in town eral striko, tho Cincinnati limes-Sta- r will take at least a small amount of tol", A M, E. II., H. 6, 164. $4.65. of yesterday says: A coal flsht. tho llko of which has slock. Sa"' V M- - E. II. 11. 4. 2.3 188 never been seen In this country, ty- Tho new factory will manufacture ion (1Q3 overy Industry dependent up handles of all kinds, single and douSoiUhr ril Wnnil Sin. i.l v P,i W II.. liiK up on coal for fuel In tho United States, ble trees, wagon stock, lumber, etc. was tho threat Issued Saturday af- They will uso small hickory, oak and COLORED LIHTr-u- mr ternoon by T. L. Lewis, president of oth all tho small tliubor which has Drown, E. II., II. C, Vt 249- tho Mlno Workers' Union, unless tho hitherto had no local market, and operator of Ohio, Indiana 11ml Penn will give our furmoru u market for BarKr. Scott, E. II. II. 3. sylvania grant tho union miners or tho timber which they now work up i H8 n c. H $24.13. wages. Drn Carollno, E. II., 11. C. 267- - thoso states an Increase In and It In novo wood. comes to a strike, Wo understand It is a part of tho "If It $3 8 will unless wo getan Increase." Low-I- s plans of tho company to uso tho old lyts Manuel, E. II,, 11. 4, 245, declared. "I will tlo up every bi wagon factoyr plant for tho factory, tuminous mlno and every hard coal as It Is already pretty well oqulpped ""'If Jan. a. A.. $3.67. mlno In tho United States and port fur tho purpose Dan. E. 11.. II. 5, Vft 215-2'of Conadu. Instead of tho $11 74 Tho company wants to Incorporate coal of Wost Virginia and for $30,000. At present thoy have mai, Henry, 0 Ait 75.C.7.8.. Kentucky coming Into tho Union ter- about $20,000 In sight, ami fool that ritory In tho ovent of a Btrlko. I will It will bo very little trouble to get J'iua, Mtiert, 1 lot, $4.92. tlo up thoso mines tighter than a tho other $10,000. Thoro can certaln- m-' llob' K' Ul ' " drum." in bo no doubt as to Its being a lay-J- n proptrly 'Icrfo., Howard, E. II., II. 5., 149- Investment If half-waMr. Karls thinks tho strike is suro ' managed, and tho management of it JSS'J. to roino. O Hooker Iloraco, should bo no causo for apprehousbii E. H., 11. C. 230, Is soliciting Uo Whenever you seo a man who I Mr. Harned, who I on, E. know bow to dress subscriptions, Is put on tho bead of II., U. i, 16.23 looks as If he Ho has had many years experiwearing ;3uuer lary, fi, II., n. 3. 151152, well, tho chances are bo's Schaffner & Marx Clothes ence In this particular line of work, Hart U ry, Uroon, Q, A., and is lutorostcd iu another big fac 7.B7, bought of Smith & Aiuberg, tJtfi, for tatt to-wl- t: 1 3 n by May 15th. Tho Courier hopes that no trouble will bo experienced in mnklng all 'arrangements for this new enterprld... It '.sill bo of Immenso value to tlu t. wn and surrounding country. The employment of 100 men in this city will bo a big item, and our public-spirite- business men khould seo that wo get tho factory. Next week wo will print a list of tlio stockholders, or thoso subscribing to tho factory,' together with tho amounts. I'ush It ! wldo-a-wak- O LEST YOU FORGET. 104-10- 201-20- Now comes tfio pesky, poisoned fly, And he will stay, howo'er you try . To drive him out; Pollutes each dish beforo you Trulls cream and gravy o'er you, route. In zig-za- g Ilkowlso the 'skeeter comes A fJtr, 68-6- pestilential fever bringing Krom waters green; "Canst keep them out?" You bet non-unio- n Just you! come at once nud get you A Wheeler seieen! y They pay iu rest and cleanliness; Spirit of housohold friendliness Thoy will beget; Ulnd heart aud hearthstone strouge So put it off uo longer, Lest you forget! 'v Fuqua, Helm O & Co. 232-23- 107-10- 8, Dud Clifton, of Kldgluy. Tenn., was hero Monday ou business. Spring seldom blooms such pleasing things as you will find In our Ox In affirming the case Jen ford and Slipper department at $2.00 nie Moore against d WEebb, appealed to $4.00. E. C. IUco & Co. from Fulton County, tho court of appeals lays down some law for the Judge O. II. Pollard, of Jackson, guidance of drivers of automobiles Ky., announces himself a candidate which they will do well to heed. for tho Democratic nomination for Mrs. Moore was driving In a buggy Attorney General of Kentucky. on tho streets of Fulton when her horse was frightened by Mr. Webb's If you stop tho best dressed man automobile. Mrs. Moore was thrown you meet and ask where ho got his from the buggy and rather seriously clothes, he'll probably say, "Smith hurt. She sued Mr. Webb and re& Amberg's Hart Schaffner Si Marx covered Judgment. The case was apclothos." pealed and the verdict of the Jury C. L. Whybark went to Memphis was sustained by the court of ap Monday to meet his wife and baby, peals, which lays down the law to be: who are coming hero from her former 'While the statute regulating the homo in Llttlo Rock, Ark., to Join her running of motor vehicles on public highways does not apply to their op husband. eration In townsand cities, it never Arthur Shaw and Dr. Davo I'rather theless lays down rules that it would witnessed the closing of the legisla bo well for their operators to ture at Frankfort this week. Thoy will spend tho rest of tho week in "In this actloc for damages as the Louisville. result of an automobile injury, thero At tho Methodist church next Sun were but two Issues, first, whether day will bo Sunday School at 9:45 a. the driver of the machlno failed to m., preachnlg at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. exercise ordinary care, after discovm by tho pastor, Rov. G. W. Wilson. ering tho presence of appellee and A general ulvltation Is given. tho frightened condltiou of her horso and whether she exercised ordinary Both branches of tho Legislature care In the management of the passed tho bill providing that tho horse, and these issues were fairly county school boards may adopt text submitted to the Jury. Whllo auto- books Independent of Stuto adoption mobile owners have tho same, right as provided for uudor tho present to the public highway as owners of law. other vehicles, .appellant's caso was Mrs. Heath, of tho LaClede Hotel, not prejudiced by the failure of tho left Friday on tho Ferd Herold for Circuit Court to so Instruct the Jury." Morehouse, Mo., to visit relatives. Tho Str. Meugel Box Company wns Mrs. Gest, of Columbus, has charge moved up to Buchanan's corner so of the hotel durlug Mrs. Heath's that sho would be safe when tho water begins falling. Most of tho work G. W. Abcruathy and family, who of repairing her wheel and Installing have been residing hero for soveral tho new cylinders has been done and months, left last Friday on tho Ferd sho will be out on duty again In a Cupe Girardeau, where fow days. Herold for they will mako their homo. Mr. Aber- nathy will farm thero. Thore were religious services held at eight different places In this city Henry Dowden, a Graves county last Sunday night, aud most of tho farmer living south of Mayfleld, fell entlro congregations could have been from his wagon while driving homo easily seated In ono church. Thero after selling tils tobacco and his ought to bo a much better attendhead was badly crushed and ho was ance. otherwise injured by tho wagon run Miss Myrtle Walker entertained u ning over hlui. number of her friends at Rook and At Inst Halley's comet has come "500" Monday night. A salad course Into reach of mortal vision. Tho uso was served. The' guests were Mr. of a small field glass Is all that Is and Mrs. J. Stophons, Mr. and Mrs. necessary for one to view the much Clifford Adams, W. 0. Dornan and talked of visitor which may now be Miss Annie Cowglll, CowglU Rogers. seen between the hours of 6:30 and 7:30 In the western sky. It may be Uncle John Hudson, of Crystal, seen directly over tho suu after it Tenn., was here Monday ou business has set. and shaking hands with old friends. The Date of Our Millinery Opening: is MARCH Instead of March BALiZbK cc 23-2- 1 16 and 17 as Announced Elsewhere in This Paperl uuuub UKY uuuub cuiYiPAfN Y incorporated CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL. NEW ROAD LIKELY TO COME Citizens and Officials of C. M. & G. R. R. Getting Together. Outlook for Road Building in Now Very Favorable. Tho present prospects for the Chicago, .Memphis A: Gulf railroad cumin t' to Hickman aru very promising. Last week tho Courier announced that l'res. Latta would bo here to discuss tho matter with our people. ilr. Latta, accouipauled by Mr. Hue, arrived ou time, but owing to souio complications which had developed in tho matter of securing u right of way, together with the fact that .Mr. Laitu had mislaid sotuo of tlie maa necessary to pointing out tho proposed routo, It wast decided to postpone the Monday meeting. At tho Courier ALL S0RTSi4 k rail- Tho retlvnl nt the Christian Church Good nudl Is growing In Interest ences are In nttendnnre and all seem greatly interested In Evangelist Mc Garvey's Interesting nnd Instruitlve sermons. The following aro some of the subjects of future sermons: "The Apos-tlPnul and My Visit to Ills Home In Tursus." "Christian I'nlou." "Why All don't See Alike." "Why Ito "Why Observe the lord's Supper?" "A Man Who Tried to Fool God." "A .Man Gid Tried to Save nnd Failed." Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Mr. McGarvuy will give another of his vary Interesting lectures on his trip to the Holy IjuhI. nt the cloe of which n stiver offering will bo taken. your assistance In the meeting nnd thereby help In n great work You will be benefitted nnd Instruct ed. Hap-tlied?Ix-n- d Surprise Special -- Mrs. T. T. Swayne Is on tho list. All together now for thu, now road. Very little doing this week. In No. 5 office that afternoon, the situation was gone over iu detail with secral of the laud owners of tho bottom who were anxious to have tho lino changed a little. It also developed that it would bo next to impossible to raUo tho $20,-00- 0 bonus with the road following the course of the final survey also, that it would be better for tho railroad company for soveral reasons to have mllo tho survey bear about one-hanorth. At present the survey crosses tho state line entering Fulton county on tho farm of IU T. Tyler, thence to tho Singer Sewing Machlno Co. laud, then J. D. Leech, Tyler, Ledford, Dodds, Johnston Land Co., Dodds, Upshaw, Taylor, Estus, Hoblnson and entering the city limits at the baseball park. This Is tho line that several bottom land owners want chang ed. S. L. Dodds was placed in a posi tion where he could give tho road no encouragement as they came in on tho southwsct corner of his upper farm and out at its northeast corner, running over him 3 miles and leaving his farm In two triangular sections. Mr. Latta expressed a desire to try to do that which would best servo tho Interests of all concerned, and he and Mr. Hice, accompanied by C. T. Uondurant and D. B. Wilson, rodo to tho bottom yesterday to look tho ground over with a view to making another survey. This, wo understand will bo made. It Is about ten miles from Tipton-vlllto tho Fulton county line, and this much of tho road has been contracted and the work going right in fact, they aro laying steel on that part of it. Tho remaining distancee Is about eleven miles, nnd if wo get busy, we may expect to see tho road finished In tlmo to handle the season's crop. Hut all this does not mean that tho railroad company Is .compelled to come to Hickman It depends on whether wo will do our part. Everything considered, $20,000 Is a reasonable bonus. For this amount wo cannot afford to see tho road built ft- lf round tho town (seven miles a way according to a survey made in case we do not want them). The road expects to build Into Taducah, and It Is true lllckmnii is on a lino between tho starting point and destination, but don't think for a minute that they can't get around us. One follow told a Courier man he wasn't going to give anything ns they had to come to Hickman. Yos they will have to come hero Just like tho M. & O. did, and II kv. tho 1. C. did nt Union City they may come close o nough for us to see the smoke. It pays to bring railroads to town and to do something to get them. Hickman ought to have this road, and wo believe there are enough enterprising men here to see that It comes, if Uio deadheads nnd knockers will keep their hands off,, we'll have this road and an oil mill in this city this year. Tho latter proposi tion will be nioro fully explained later PROTRACTED MEETING. tho tiuws line Wav- i' our FnttoriiH Dr. C. W. Curlln Is talking of ing Hickman. Mrs. It. 11. Ilrevnrd has been quite sick for a week. C. C. Smith is able to be out after a week's Illness. Perry Jones and wife aro visiting relatives In Cairo. Tom Horton, formerly of Fulton, died In Ulodgctt, Mo., last wce.k F. Gabby week. 15c On Sale SATURDAY MORNING at Foj? Set of Six ELLISON BROTHERS time on 'he pert to his ,v II oclock. The little son of Prof, nnd Mrs II. was sick n few days 'Ills U. A. WANT A LAUNDRY ? Eld. E. S. Haker, of Jackson, Tenn., will begin a series of meetings at Mt. Hcrmon the Dth Lord's Day In July. The meeting will continue for an Indefinite tlmo. It will be remembered that Dro. linker held a very successful meeting at Mt. Hcrmon last August Remember tho time beginning tho Cth Sunday In July at 11 a. in. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. Mrs. Walker is visiting her son, Rev. A. N. Walker. Wade Powell was an Oakton visit or Monday and Tuesday. The Ladles Aid Society met with Mrs. Etta Nallling Monday. Hcrschell Itradley, of Columbus, visited here a fow days this week. Fcrustroui, of Mnrtlu. Tent won hero this week looking over this The legislature adjourned Tuesa day. Wo ought to bo thankful tor field with n view to establishing steam laundry here. He was very fathat COMPLETING IMPROVEMENTS. vorably Impressed with our hustling Miss Mnry Helm Is assisting her little city, nnd will probably return Foreman Charley, who has bee.i . brother, H. C Helm, in bis offlco next week to take some definite iiiMTlntendliiB n bridge gang In tho duties. construction of tho new steel bridge Mr. Furnstrom runs n laundry at between tho city and the Southern G. L. Collins started work yesterMnrtln, nnd Is an experienced man Heights Addition, tells us thnt ho exday ou his residence ou Troy in tho business. He thinks Hlcktnnn pects to complete, their work today avenue. should easily support one laundry or tomorrow. While this Is only n S. L. Dodds, Oco Harris and Holtis with tho money thnt goes out of root bridge. It will be tho highest one In the county, nnd Is nlmost 300 Kirk w.ero In Fulton Monday In Mr. town for "washeo." Let's linve tho Inundry every Dodds' auto. feet In length. bit helps. Cotton A Adams who contrncted to Co., of Fulton. Pierce. Cefluln put In water mains In the new- - addihave purchased a big sawmill near C. A. Murchlsnn, of Cnyce. has our tion, and between It nnd tho city Sunflower, Miss. property, hnve been putting In icood thanks for favors. Dr. J. M. Hubbard has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Hubbard will remain a short time longer. llt-tl- o t i it Psturdsy mgi :. B c When th In this new M to now In tli !! mid wtll is In the kut - c O Mr. mm c' I here SstHnUv nr Of his MM). I U' Miss KM. - K lives and frii if! r G. L. Collins finished adding three rooms and a porch to the residence of Val Carpenter this week Geo. Weathcrly will arrive In a few .lays to visit his parents, Georgo has charge of a telephone otlfce In Mis slsslppl for the Cumberland people. W. M. Canon sold his retail cigar business to Dr. J. S. Stafford till wck, and has moved his cigar fac-toback to his old stand iu West Hickman. Hickman smokers should remember to smoke a Hickman made cigar. Spring Opening Spring opens in full bloom and our stock is complete with the newest things on the market, and brought to this house to satisfy the damands of our ever growing business. Ready-to-We- ar Mrs. Hlanch Wright and baby are visiting her parents near Harmony. Miss Lillian Edmistou visited Jor Jordan friends a few days last week. Mrs. Minnie Scearce, of Fulton, visited relatives here n few days this week. Dob Lynch and family, of Mt. Car mel neighborhood, visited Mrs. Jim 1 Ellison Pros, aro busy this week moving their grocery and hardware O departments Into tho room formerly J. S. Edwards, fonnorly of this occupied by their dry goods stock. city', but now of Mound City, Ills., Is They will move tho dry goods Into here painting Capt. Tyler's residence tho old grocory room, and continue east of town. Mr. Edwards will re to closo them out main hero some time. Isn't it about time to fix that park In tho Henry Addition and give folks a place to spend their Sunday afterAAiti.LAAiii.LUtUA.AAUtLUUt.LUtULfUtUA.Ut noons? What do you say, pcrcyT This could bo made one of thu most uttrnctlvo spots In the state, nnd Hickman needs a nice park. Look Jones Sunday. Guy Johnson and Mrs. Minnie Scearce woro in Hickman on bust ncss Monday, Little Mai nnd Ilurton Ueas- ley, of near Union City, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. S. A. John- sou. There ought to bo a stop put to tho Lec Lino boats ramming their stage planks Into tho wires of tho telephone company and tearing them down. The next thing we know they will bo pushing through tho store windows. Ladies' Hats the most faup-to-da- te The snappiest line we ever had the newest patterns selected to plcnsc stidious. If you want stylish, hats for just half whnt you would elsewhere, you will find them here. Prices Itnvc to pa)' 100, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 up to 5.00 Ladies Hand Tailored Suits and Skirts you will find We have just received n new shipment bought at the right timc-n- nd Hickman-Comthe greatest bargains in Suits and Skirts that have ever been brought lo early before the lines are broken. e r for J It is the mark of quality found in hats which are cor rect in every detail, giving their wearer distinction, poise and individuality ROUTE NO. 5. Miss Pearl Cloar, or Clayton, visited In ItIs neighborhood Saturday. Oren Btlgler, of this place, spent Saturday and Suuday In Oleuson. Mrs. Leila Williams spent Suuday with Mrs. Atchey Walker.o f Clayton. Mrs. Henry Howard bus been very sick with Iaarlppe but is Hov, Mayo preached a fine sermon at Keelfoot Sunday, A largo crowd Suits worth 25.00, special price Suits worth 20.00, special price Skirts, beautifully tailored, - 14.75 1 1 2.00 to 2.50 2.00 Kuppenheimer Clothes States. The house of Kuppenheimer makes the best line of clothing in the United This is a new addition to our line of clothing, and we guarantee every garinen all wool and hand made. The styles are right. Kuppenheimer's name on n garn Swann Hats 3 afford the combined satisfaction of correct style, superb finish, durable quality and solid comfort ; the most satisfactory hats you can buy. - Millet & fWlfHWWHI'M'l Alexander! attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Aldridgo spent Sunduy with Mr. and Mrs. John Ilruir near Shepherd. Itud Osburu and family, of near Union City, spent Suuday with John . i n usuurn aim ramiiy. Miss Vlra Howard, of Crystal, was tho guest of Misses Myrtle and Dora Howard Saturday night Miss Irene Williams and Mrs. Orif Wrady, of Crystal, spent Sunday wltk j means perfection. Prices $18.50 to $35.00 Miss Nellie Leo Escuo. Walter Long, who has been sick pt tuberculosis, died Friday and was bnr led Saturday at Antloch. NAIFEH BROS. D. G. CO. DEATH OF DR. P. W. McKEEL. Don't Pay Too Much Orufjs Don't for Your Wo tako tho following from tho .iiaynum .Mirror relative to tho death of Dr McKeel, wlio wna Willi klmWM nnd highly respected by tho people and Medicines "i mis city; Dr. pay too little. One foolish ns the other. tf as Pay the reasonable price, in but rntlicr economize tlinn buy medother wnys right in iae that is not it is sure to be not nnrcfor nght in qunlity. Helm & Ellison' ..n r.m dencncl on the JUM goods being positively nght. .md our solid policy always insures the price being hrIiI too. Pay Helm & Ellison's price and get Helm & Ellison's qunlity nnd you At I Kill always he right. Helm & Ellison LD0UGLb .$35P&$4.SHOES BOYS $2.oo SHOES On tho rirat day of tlila nifinlli Pleasant Whlthall McKeel wad taken 111 of pneumonia and death en lied at four o'clock Wedncsdiiy morn. Inc. Me wh a ion of Kid. James .McKool, a I'rlmltlvo lluptlnt minister, aim watt born In Perry county. Twin wecember 26. 1851, Ho In survived by his wife and one aon, I'aul U McKeel, of Mlrgnn town, W. Va brother and ono sl ter, Green II McKeel, of Humphries, county, Ti im . mid Mrs. Ellen Jones. of Calloway county, Ky.. nlso sur vivo. Dr James E. MoKeel. of this clty, la a nephew of tho deceased physician. McKeel came to Graves county some thirty years ago ami took up tho prnctlco of medicine, first at Cuba for it Miort time, then he located In WIiiko. and for more than a qtiar ter of a century aucceaafully devoted undivided time to the aUk uml ilylni; of that community. Homo Hire yenra Dr .McKeel, fcclliiR the need of reat. removed bin residence from WIiiro to till city and was one or our moat highly eateemed nnd UHeful rlll.en. Ilia denth la a ahock to our people and widely lamented Ho waa a faltliful member of th I'reabyterlan church, nnd he nUn held membership In the Klka and Masonic lodges of MnyfleM This morning at 10:30 o'clock. Itev W W. Adams, In the abaence of Key B. II. Kuutz. pastor of the de censed, will ronduct funeral sen-Irent the residence on Norili Seventh street nfler which the body will be or Masons escorted by a nnd htks nnd relatives and frlciuls to Wlngo, where tho Interment will take: place In the cemetery. The are announced as follows A. Usher, S. A. Nor man, Henry (Jeorge, J. M. Andrew, W. A. Frost. J. K. Hobblns, W H Cook, K. Q. Krlstoe. a Ir cue Luant You to Attend Our Millinery Display Wednesday and Thursday MARCH i6th and 17th 1 CO- INCORPORATED. LBALTZER Power- - & DODDS DRY GOODS MAY 1 8 s BUILD HERE. deb-gallo- s Over Illness 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. THE Tha great nerre and brain treat ment for mon and women, produces hr Ul olhvrhti tra ho..lnll. lUength and vitality, bullda up tho litHt.irdt, Utka. H, V. yatem and renewa the normal vigor. If I could lake you into lay Urre fc. For sale by drugglsta or by mall, II -" UN MIOW YOU per box, 6 uiwiiuii, bozea for $5. Hickman ra tarriuuv n. i niiai.i n r Drug Co., Incorporated. MUM. I'll better, wur Inn. or. anil tot rrrairr value than any other make. 'IITI1IX - Ihu I. luuluiilk. lliaMrf Now comes tho automobile season. ' u m n m Him w Llmuiuiiiorv giving pedestrlnn healthful exercise M r imt.uk. wl.lMutaa.liivc.lva. MT LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER ;VLVS FINE SHOES IN Tic WORLD. . tfllOU TO OIMCfl ,KS." tj. :m W L OoutUi to far th J I 1.rt, and Nn r far Mott'a Norvlna Pills run sale ar on long Jumping. A. S- - BARRETT AT FULTON. ARRESTED ' No better candy made than Jacob's. t sell It all alte packages. Harris, nt Hickman Drug Co. I a ison, or Jucluon, Tumi., Friday. The head of Lincoln npeant on the w.a wanted In Clinton to new silver half dollar, the bust or charge of seduction, Cleveland will be on tho new $10 ii' having been sworn oul ertiricnte, nnd Clint of Gen. Grant on l.ampkln. the I r0 one. We'll gel a alght of ' ium Unit tliu )ouiir man Lincoln now nnd then, occasionally or lint girl, mny scrape an urqualntanre ' oufideiiru with I ..impkln. mill thun refused Cleveland, but good bye Gen. Grunt, d in Pulton, Win. Hollo way, who linn been In correspondence In regard to the matter, has a letter from Mr. Houck In regard to another railroad to this city and on. through the county to Hickman. Ky., on tho south. The Houck road now comes to Kelso, aoutli of the Cape, and connects with the Cotton Holt. It connects, or O will soon, with tho Hunch linen into COTTON SEED tho early kind for St. I on In nnd In any event would give us an outlet to tho bridge, and fule by Uio Hickman Hardware Co., the linen of railroad converging $1.00 a bushel, In sacks. there, which would bo worth much, and the opening up of the I'lnhook Tho court of appeals declares the and adjacent lands would furnish law compelling barber shops to close timber for freights and for timber on Sunday Is unconstitutional. interests of this city for tho next years, and would result in much business being brought hero to our merchants. does Mr. Houck not nsk for a donation, but only for the right of way nnd for the people of this county to take one half the bonds necessary to build the road. If tho citizens think the proposition a reasonable one, this is an appor tunlty to secure another railroad for our city and county. Charleston Mo, . A Hickman druggist recently put up a prescription for a man and when asked tho price, replied that It was thirty cents. Tho man laid down three cents nnd started out, when tlie druggist yelled after him that thirty cents was the price, but tho nan went on nnd tho druggist turned muttering, "Well go on, I mado two cents on tho trade anyhow," EU Newell and his friend. Woods, young men of the Twelfth District, attended tho singing at tho Star of Ilethlemcn In that District last Sunday afternoon. After singing, tho lads went to the Woods home, about a mile distant, when a pistol that, they were examnlnlg went off and penetrated Nowell's abdomen. Ho died at four o'clock Monday morning. Union City News-Banne- If tho experiments that havo been made In the United States army rela- tive to tho prevention of typhoid by vaccination have been as successful ns has been reported civilization will have much to be Uiankful for. .LRaintjN OW!! Make your buildings bright and clean this Spring. We have the best and most eco nomical paint for you to use. SHEMWMhWJWAMS PAMT, PREPARED, TIME to Paint. Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Courier. Tell 'em to come ahead the hntigs out nt Illrkmnn. O latch-strin- PILE8I AN EYE TO FUTURE PILESI BUSINES3. wrong alleged to Imvu j. ' ' c- to We can save you from $1.00 sli riff Kimball nnd Is now 'I f pending n hearing or $2.00 a thousand on your shingles. )! has scoured several Yates & Kirk Shingle Co, Hickman. il declares hu will fight O a finish. According tn a The past winter the kind that " f'Jinton. Johniioii Iiiim mother used to make. Hank to uinrry tho Klrl. o ml " not acknowledge lliut lio "" What Is said to bn tho largest belt f or her child. In tho world lias Just been completed O It la 240 feet long and 6 feet wide, It " lour Krocerlcs havo not proven has three-plthickness, and the cost ''T'l.' a'.uractory try trading with aa I5.S00; M0 hides wvro used In H. M ore. tho construction. . r was lid God blexs you. O carried to Clinton by Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Plies It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching at nnco, acts aa a poultice, gives In- stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Is prepared for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Sold by druggists, mall GOc and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props., Clevoland, Ohio. O r.looks best. Made of purest materials. A record of forty years of good paint making oehind it. the paint that wears 'longest, spreads farthest. If you can't do anything else for Hickman, let us havo your "hot air.'" Boost, say a good word It wontcflst you a frazzling penny. O JCUk-U- C ab ? See Fuqua, Helm & Co. for wall paper. All prices, Sc roll up. O S HER WIN - VflPlfA M S 5 IE Pa I.NJ.S IN Hickman Hardware Co., Inc. I" HAVE AMY THE LARGEST A OF PAINTS THE WOULD F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFAC-TION. Minister - Who was that follow talk ing to you so tarneutly In front of the church Sexton That's Mr. Hustler, the fa Quality counts In shingles get the mous divorce lawyer. best by buying direct from our mill. Minister What did he want! Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Sexton He offered lue $10 to pats to all the Ky. around his business cards O bridegrooms who are to be married here thta month. Jako Schaofer. famous ns a whurd o WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. If St. Patrick wanted his birthday well observed, ho should hnvo located It In the league baseball season. Garden Seed! THE BEST LINE IN FULTON COUNTY We have a large line of Bulk Seed the same line established by C. A. Holcombe. Buy the Bulk Seed at billiards, died Tuesday at Denver, of consumption. O Kvldently somo Kultonltes want to your get down on a level with poor, old system and caused troublo with kidneys and bladdor? Have you pain Cairo they havo prepared a petition asking for u vote on tho whiskey In loins, side, back, grolna and bind-der- ? Havo you neglected your kidneys? Havo you overworked your nervous GIVE US A SHAKE OF YOUR BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN Have you a flabby appearance question, of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine! A suporstltlous subscriber, who If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will euro found a spider in his paper, wants to you at Druggist, Price 50c. know if it is considered u bad omen. Nothing of tho ktnu. Tho spider was Is a bluo mark on your Just looking over the columns of the If there Courier dont fall to renew this month Courier to sou what merchants were not advertising so that It could spin as all papers are dtsconUnued at the Its web across tho store door mid bo the lime. expiration of freo from disturbances. o O, you get almost twice as much for your money. O Hon Olllo James lius Introduced u Purity, accuracy and prompt servlo Congress providing for a guv bill In erumeut building at Fulton to costju the motto of our drug department. Hickman Drug Co. $100,000. HICKMAN (INCORPORATED.) CO. YOUNG MAN, REMEMBER WE HAV- E- Hats, Footwear, Shirts, Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Underwear and Everything- for Easter Dress. -DPRICE-CUTTIN- KftutcY DRESS. 6: PARHAA1 Dircclon MARTIN McDERMOTT Not DEAD. SILVER SHOWER. Save 5 on your Grocery BM- Our coupon system It being heartily endorsed by everyone. This Is evident from the Increase In our bust ness. And whyf Because It SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. FOR WHAT YOU PAY OULY GET. MAKES YOU MORt ECONOMICAL. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' SALARY. ENABLES US TO LESS MONEY. NO BAD SELL FOR BE CUS-TOME- CHARGED ACCOUNTS TO TO PAYING YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. f WE CARRY THE BEST LINE AND FRESH OF GROCERIES MEATS IN HICKMAN. AND AGAIN PER CENT. SAVES YOU 6 TRY IT ONE MONTH Hickman Grocery Co., The City Dads met in regular seslast Monday afternoon, and passed a tow ordinances that will bo of interest to the "governed." City Cl'irk Helm has been unable to furnish us these proceedings because City At torney Davis has been out of town and was unable to pass on the legal' lty ot tho now laws. sion O The Utiles Aid Society ot the M Martin McDerinott, about 28 years of ngo. born and reared In this rltv. K. Church Invito ymi to attend their died Sunday night ns tho result ot "Silver Hhowcr" nt the homo of Tho average merchant Is Informed an operation for nppomllcllls. Ills Mrs. Allru Amberg, Thursday evening to the evils of price cutting. He death occurred nt thu snnllnrlum In March 24, at eight o'clock. The folknows Just whore to draw the line. Shrovesport. whore ho wls tak- lowing program hns been arranged Just how far he dtres go In lowering en for tncdlcnl attention. Duet Mrs. C. P. Ilnltier, Miss quotations for the sake of drawing trade. He realises that even If the, Mr. McDerinott left this city ntxxii principle of using "leadors" to attract three years ago, and was making M Voonl Duet Ml. II. U Amborg. customers Is permissible, it Is limited' homo In (llbllu. Thu remains In its usefulness and exceedingly danbrought to this city Tuesilay Rending Mrs. 11. W. (Irate. gerous when overdone. Not only Is it were apt to degenerate into Indiscriminate morning for hurlnl, ami wtjro Interred Vocn Solo Mrs. A. B. Kennedy. cutting of prices, to lead to dissatisfac- In tho city cemetery nfter brief funeramong customers, and has a ten- al services at the grave by llov. Ka tion llano Solo Mrs. J. C. SoxUin. dency toward givlng'a store a cheap ther (luorln, of tho Catholic chur li. to arouse reputation, but It Is inclined Vocal Solo Mr. A. K. Dellow. Deceased issurvlved by his mnth- r, suspicion among other merchants and Mrs. Thos. McDerinott. of this ci )'. the people as well. Duet Piano and Violin Miss While the merchant Is so thorough- mid four brothers Thomas nnd Patnnd Mr. K. 11. Fuqua. ly grounded in tho matter of , rick, ot Nashville; Anthony, of Vocal Solo Miss Johnston, the public has not been so genLa; and Will, of Shravusport, I.i. erally educated. .There are those who . Rending Miss I.uten. exult when store msnsgers are at war The ninny friends of tho young believing that they may profit by the mnn will be Indeed sorry to learn of Vocal Duet Mrs. II. 1.. Amborg, A. losses of tho competitors. It Is Just his untimely death, nnd tho relatlw B. Dellow. the old fable of Aesop over again the Hon and the bear fight over the have tho symimthy of the ontlro rnv Quartette Mrs. II. L Ainbent. prey until both are too much exhaust- miinlty. Mrs. W. U Holm, Mr. A. K. Dellow. move, and then the sly fox come ed to Mr. A. B. Owen. along and picks up the dainty and bears It away to eat at his leisure. Take your produce to C. II. Mooro "Kentucky Homo" by alt. The public rejoices over the price-cutticampaigns. It profits by them, and on account of the fact that it has beon taught to consider prices only, it feels Justified in taking every advantage offered 1L The store which starts a campaign of price reduction and bellows and roars and screams for the sake ot drawing custom, will either go under, because it has been foolish or because It has nade up Its mind to defraud its creditors, or elie it sells goods which sre far lower ia merit and true value than it pretends. The public loses, but It does not realize it It a stow fails to pay Its creditors, the wholesalers and manufacturers must make their losses good In some way. It the store seeks to foist Inferior goods upon the public at a lower price, the public gets what it pays for, no doubt, but believes that It has been cheated and robbed, and comes to have a lew opinion of merchants as a whole. The whole trouble lies in the fact that the public, instead ot being a prey to the Sells for cash only the same price and the same merchant. Is really playing Into the hands ot sharpers while seeking, toe terms to each and every customer. And for that er often, to get the best of the hanta. reason can well afford to and does give better barIn the End the Consumers Ar Ones Who Gain Bentflt. Fu-quFu-qu- a price-cuttin(iib-lln- Practical Fashions CHILD'S ONE-PIEC- Business ASK Fr.R RAIE r rrop. Host of Milk and uultcr . ,. WA0Dl'rAVN oary. R0( I . McMURRY AttornysiLw Office over A FLAT J,,ckr ., ,v A J BCTTERSWORTH PRATHElj urvtcritl City Delivery, both ptoacl Ka ... I n 1 I Carpenter B. 8. ELLIOTT and Ccntnttor you Let me figure with Hickman, Kj COTTON A A0 Plumbers and Tinneri Oo Any hero for Iluiictu l'hone No. 72, A. C. KENNEDY Accident Insuril Fire, Life and licit Allowed Compaoles oa Kink l'hone No, 11 Good Goods at Lower Price For Casb E. R. Ellison FT? CASH STORE gains on all kinds of the newest and best merchandise. We are now showing I'arls Pattern No. 5716. All Beams COURIER REALTY COMPANY This attractive frock, which Pnont No. 21 is particularly becoming to the slim flgurn of the growing girl. Is devel- Will sell that place aid get jot oped In broadcloth. Two uiuar. 41 o imsintu, 10 (If, wide at the front and three at the back, stltrhrd to a few Inches HICKMAN .RNITURE CO. eow the waist Hue. give the required Funeral Directors and Embalmtl fullness with a deep hem. The band which trims the neck and front of l'hone 10, night or iij the dress Is ot tho material, band emHickman, Ky broidered In a conventional design with a heavy Mack silk floss, Ihb OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIEIO. cuffs and belt bWng embroidered lo a OtntUt similar manner The dress clours down but- Davidson's old ataod. i'toce Kol Ith the center-fron- t tons or brsse buttons, which are used Hickman, Ky loa great eMent on children's clothes this seanon. The pstlern Is In Ave GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHO sites t to 9 years. For a child of 7 (Hunnker'a Old SUnl) years the dress requires STi yards of material 37 Inches wide, : yards 36 Lowest pilccs for horatitltl Wood aod Iron Wwl Inches wide, or !H yards 42 inches ld, ss Illustrated. V, yard of embroidery 1H Inches wide for HICKMAN HARNESS CO, chemisette and JTi yards of banding A. J. Wright, Manjgtr, boi-plalt- s cloth-covereall-ov- to trim. In It is unfortunate that Hickman has not a live Commercial Club, as oppor of the tunltles for the town are coming thick and fast. However, we will bo compelled to make the best ot the situation, and this can be done by the llvo wires boosting Individually. It is up to us to land twv railroads, a big handlo factory, a cotton seed oil mill, a steam laundry, a flouring mill. We do not have to go out and hunt them up they aro huntnlg us, but want a little encouragement. Get busy. n.1 19 rnU T prwure thti patttra "I'ftitrrn DriNtrimrnt." of Ihli plainly, ud to Writ tim ami 1lr? sure to sv ! and nurntxr of pllrn. ptr. Makers and llepair CLAY Work Iaici a a P. Hum Jf New Arrivals in Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' and Child ren s Furnishings, Notions, Novelties, Men's Furnishings, A CALDWELL, NO. 2715. BIZtt. Blacksmiths. nami: TOWN J UlacksiiillbiDS auJ Horse Shoving a W.?4k apc-At- BTItKBT AND NO HTATK. House Furnishings, Stationery and Miscellaneous House Goods in attractive assortments of wide variety. It will pay you well to come and see us, for in nearly every instance at this store you will find Hickman mn.uar ...I .l.tufi ' nti fh. t i4j I. j. - . i M IlobL DcBow was In Fulton, Tho Naylor Mcrcantllo Co., merchants of Cayce, aro quot ing some bargain prices in tho Coup Pres. Taft has Issued a which states that census taking icr this week. shall begin on the 15th day of April wldo-a-wak- o City of Toledo, Frank J. Cheney oath that he is senior partner State of Ohio, Couuty, ss: Better Goods for the Same Money Or The Same Goods for Less Money You have a standing invitation to come often and stay as long as you like, whether you wish to pur- firm of F. J. Chcnoy k Co., business In the City ot Toledo, couu- for advertisiiiK i Lucas readers lose li, I a! makes w.u.k rill I Ih Hiu SS of tho flnniiolal satllic lla doing a careful readms el' m.inla. Do Thl-tlUM i.I f "' 'ur ti,tr' U- Ono wealthy Individual acknowl Mott Ayers and wlfo and edgos that a now railroad in Hick Representative Frank Mooro camo man will benefit him at least $1,000, down Sunday from Frankfort. They rbut he positively refuses to glvo a returned to the capitol on tho night IcenL You old. sweet thing we need train. Fulton Commercial. a town full of people like you. Col. O chase anything or not. Come and Look II. A. Tyler, commanding Forrest Cavalry Corps, gave out the list of his staff appointments last week. Wo regret that wo haven't spaco to glvo them In this issue D. C. Scales, ot Nashville, wus uiadu chief ot staff. Gen. O FOR EASTER WEAR j tiii fl! P Iff while a leader in style, primarily to conform to the natural lines of the fool. It thus insures a greater degree of comfort and tatisfao tion to the purchaser than the average shoe. It fits well, wears Ions, and is in every way a finished article of dress. is designed The Packard, KNEE SPRAINED. SolJ.l M. J3.50 $4.00 CO., Makers 13-0- In .U .1,1.. Brockton, J. PACKARD Mist Bradle & ParhaM Wo hnvo our opinion of tho mer. .... uimni wno is torever preaching n- gainst mall order houses aud ut the hamo time lotting tho government ruruiBh his envelopes already tirlnled. If a newspaper man should send to a mall order house for a pair ot shoes bo would simply bo drummed out of town. Tho government office ut Washington duos not do the print ing, but the work Is done by u firm O at Duyton, O., and tho government The Hickman Furniture Co. has In simply acts as agent. slock the most complete stock of undertakers goods. Let us show you MIhh Dora Smith wade a business wnen m need ot anything lu that trip to Fulton, Monday Jut. - Jas. IL M liner, tho well known young citizen of this place, was pain fully Injured Sunday night. He was driving in company with Ed Iloboruon when ho happened to drop one ot the linos. Knowing that the horso was a spirited animal and that ho might bolt, Mr. Milner leuped out of thu buggy to secure tho line. In so do ing, Mr. Milner alighted upon a stone and received a upralned knee. Fulton Commercial. 0 Carl Schmidt and wife woro guests of the tatter's parents, Goo. Jones and wlfo, in Fulton, Sunday. layers, putting cracker crumbs and oils or Duller between the layer. Co-r- r the corn with a ntnt nt mill. and bake half an hour O Dried Pass. Soak ons cup of pens over nlghL In ths morning wash In cold water cover with boiling water and let alia' mer until soft While cooking add a Uy pinch of soda and a tablespoonful of sugar. Season with salt and pop. and Just before serving add a of butUr and a little milk. Baked Canned Corn. Take a can of corn, dtitrtu it in ty aud state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun dred Dollars for eucli and overy case o' Catarrh that rannot bo cured by tho ueo of Ilnll's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHKNliV. Sworu to lteforo mo and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day ot December, A. I)., 188C A. W. GI.KA-SON- , Notary I'ubllc, (seal) Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and nets directly on thu blood und mucous surfuces of the Bystcni. Send fur testimonials freo. Frank J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists, 7Sc. Take Hall's Family l'llls for your trailing in a, kas4 rnld drltU i -- a money. -- O IB' livmui, uu -- nji mr .nut ,.. - -. ,u ,k. good as can ue muu Oco Harris. . .. mnA everyuiiu O Al ltUIISU I l hatl.8. -Mr- Ail fLC 01 . W1l I ir, HHU ut Gilt Kdge Mor', ci Mar und whooping f"" ago six wi-i'l- tu ' 7 J 1 -- 0 n m. iii-i- ! Btore ! u placo you can pr pc may be sure of up to the last minute style if you wear VOU being in I I . v y Eclipse The most of H attractive I SPRING STYLES nre displayed here in great variety. & ALEXANDER