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WESTERN IIINTOOKT 'Tl" CouriBr hBS t Spfnj DreasB Your'uagon, Old Man, and Vet's Hitch Up WHOLE' R0.U.1O1 ESTABLISHED IN 1 BE TEAR 1NBU HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. ANOTHER NEW BOAT. m jH Lowe Brothers Thoughts on Easter. feS?M ... I High Standard WHEN wear, you come here for your Easter and other good things to we'll show you some of the best things you've ever looked at. In clothes; in hats; in bright Spring neckwear; in shirts of beautiful pattern and weave ; gloves, hosiery and all the rest; a great variety of good things. Hart Schaffner clothes in all-wool & Marx a great array of attractive colorings grays, blues, browns, in all patterns; weaves, domestic and imported; perfect tailoring and style. And all other things in the same quality class. Suits $18.50 to $25.00 Other makes $ 0 to $ 6.50 1 1 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes SMITH & AMBERG Many n good Hickman man. who from Saturday Arch Bellow visited friends and relluiiiiivcB in uyers- - atives lit Fulton from Saturday until Is making his mark In the world toMonday morning. day was culled a good for nothing ' Wnlk,r ',, wife, JII8 S. D. l.uten went to St. Louis Sun- lazy nuisance, when he was a boy, il. they speak of ii riuunu day night to buy automobile supplies I. "'fl III Pnf.-.- . nilUUIB1IUJ unit to bo carried In tho Garrago. Ho will and thoy who, when that ho would i... lilui now, said then IJ ... I I (V 1IUO, bo gone several dayB. come to some bad end. Its alright to teach your boys to bo good, but don't make "Lizzies" of thorn. Tho true American boy Is full of pranks, ginger and life and Is tho kind that mukes good men. Show us tho tuau that never played hookey, swiped a A hard cold, bronchitis, or some I Joublcd with a cough? nronic lung took part trouble? There is a medicine made for just wutermelon, swimming In a chicken roast, went Ayef s Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor Knows hair lu tho sun to keepand dried his aout it. Ask him what he thinks of it. No medicine a licking, and wo will from getting show you a .ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close man who la working for a salary, Mm, consult him frequently, trust him fully. and Is not his own boss. In ,(! I,ulmui ' Il't nd - ", For Couirh5 anrl Colds J "us rj H igMcoliol WM. in this cough medicine. XCJllrTCTO'W ft. iwl t winy one pill. All ...... .,1.1.1.. Act directly on the liver. Gently SoU for nearly sixty year. Ask your doctor aooui went. STTTTT Mrs. W. O. Garret and baby re turned Sunday from a visit to rola- Uvea In Union City. past, and Nature has set man again tho lesson, which since time begnuJ And that is the real consider she has spread out beforo him In tho Hon results not price per gallon. earth, that book which may bo rend Covering i esults d to by tho unlenrned as well as tho wise, more square feet covered. ' by tho savago as well as tho civilized Wear-result- s man. There Is no death, thero Is no Two to three years effort that sinks into the dim void longer 'service, and surface left in and becomes naught, there Is no ces- good condition for new painting. sation of soul Influence. Tho sumNothing better in Hickman or Ful mer comes and lis glories pass, tho ton County. Prices are right, too harvest time of our lives wanes, tho fields aro brown and barren, and look--l trig over them sadly we grlevo that all of our hopes wore not brought to (Incorporated) fruition. When tho frosts of ago cover our heads wo sometimes say with the great soul that voiced his house not mado with hands, eternal agony In a dark hour: "Youth Is a In the heavens." Oh, what a day blunder, manhood struggle and old when tho body and soul meet again! ago regret." They are very fond of eachother. Did Tct, wo havo lived and loved, and your body ever havo a pain and your that Is within Itself a boon. From soul not It ? Or, changing tho giaves whero we laid odr cruc-fle- d the question, did your soul ever havo Joy, our blameless offerings to any trouble and your body not sym untoward destiny, our loved and b pathizo with It, growing wan and Ideals, shall arise a glorified spirit weak under tho depressing Influence? to guide others down the rough road Or did your soul ever have a glad to the place whero the "great light" ness but your body celebrated with shines. No path of sorrow In the It with kindled eye and cheek and vale of llfo Is virgin to tho naked elastic step ? Surely Clod never In feet o; our shrinking souls. Whcre-eve- r tended two such good friends to be tho water Is deepest and the very long seperated. And so when shadows fall darkest, there trod tho tho world's last Easter morning shall martyrs of tho ages and though they como the soul will descend, crying, found the sepulcher at the end of the "Where Is my body?" and the body Journey, being dead, they yet Uvo and will ascend, saying "Where Is my speak with undying tongues. soul!" and tho Lord of the resurrecChrist Is risen from the dead I tion will bring them together and It Long ages passed when It Beemed will be a perfect soul In a perfect to "the waiting nations that Ho was body, Introduced by a perfect Christ yet n the tomb, and In tho sleep of Into a perfect heaven. u.tu had forgotten the world. Toll, stripes and anguish were tho portion The Easter Egg. of His people, for the poor nro His. Wickedness wore the robe and crown From all traditions, the egg has and filled tho earth with sighing. been associated with Easter from tho Even then there wero brave hearts beginning of its celebration. It Is that looked up through tho clouds supposed to typify the revival of life and listened for the anthem of tho out of death, or, in other words, tho resurrection. It was heard al last, resurrection. Another beautiful sug and liberty of thought, faith and con gcstlon of this Idea Is developed In science was proclaimed. Tho cere tho butterfly, and It would seem that merits of error aro cast off and lie nothing could bo more appropriate In the open sepulcher, and with them for an Easter decoration than these are the broken Bhackles and render- lovely creatures whose mission In life, ed fetters. llko that of a rare and gifted soul, of which It was ancIenUy regarded as tho emblem, seems only to difThe Origin of Easter. fuse joy and radiance and beauty Tho origin of Easter as a Spring wherever they go. Formerly tho eggs festal Is shrouded In tho haze of bis wero blessed by the priests and dls tory. Awakening of tho earth from trlbuted among tho parishioners, the the sleep of winter was worshipped gilded one being reserved for royal with pagan rites long beforo tho personnges. Sometimes they wero primitive missionaries of the Chris painted and Intended as gifts to sweet tlan church seperated to establish hearts for which frequently the most their now religion throughout tho celebrated artists did not disdain to world, as It was then known. Co contribute tholr art. Incident with the date of this celebration was tho Paschal feast of the SHAKE IT OFF. Jews, so that all people and creeds recognized tho occasion. Before the Rid Yourself of Unnecessary Bur time of the Puritans In England and dens. A Hickman Citizen Shows Calvin In Europe two great InfluYou How. encos regulating tho religious thought of tho times tho colebrntlon of Eas Don't bear unnecessary burdens. ter had became an unlicensed carni Burdens of a bad back aro unnec val to which tho people yielded theui' essary. selves ns a reaction after tho preach' Get rid of them. Ing an examplo and element of aus Doan's Kidney Pills cure bad backs terity of Lent, but through their dig Cure lame, weak and nchjng backs; nity wuh restored to tho annual fes Cure every form of kidney ills. tal, and In this spirit It has been Lots cf local endorsement to prove continued tp tho present day. this. lu all countries Is this celebratlou Hugo Fetho, of. UFD No. 1. of S. observed, nnd In none inoro so than Hickman, Ky., says; "I cannot say In Itussla, whero tho Greek church prevails. Social nnd religious events too much In favor of Doan's Kidney In that country aro marked by re- Pills. For somo tlmo I suffered from joicing and tho meetings of the peo- backache and often It felt as If a ple lu tho street whether Cznr or knife wero being thrust Into mo. My MoiiJIk nro signalized by u kiss ami head nclicd severely and I could tho greeting "Christ Is risen." Par hardly stoop ou account of the ticularly ut Home, Paris, Berlin, Jeru pains through my loins. Tho klduey salem, St. Petersburg, Mexico Is tho Becretlpus wero profuse and wero festival celebrated with pomp and cer- generally accompanied by a scalding emony, but in all cities and places sensation In passage. I felt general does tho Easter festlvul demand tho ly miserable and was discouraged In full glory of tho Spring tho lovllest over getting relief whe.ii Doan's Kidney Pills wore brought to my attenflowers, most sumptuous music, gor geous sacredotal veBtments and tho tion. I procured a box at Helm & smile and grace nnd Joy of women Ellison's Drug Store and they reliev ed me Instantly. 1 am still taking and children In beautiful attire. them, feeling that my whole system Is being toned up ami struugthened." An Easter Thought. For sale by all dealers. Prlco EOe. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. "For we know that, If our earthly solo agents for tho United States. Y., house of this tabernacle were dissolvHomember the name Doan's and ed wo havo a building of God, a, tako no. otUer. one-thirone-hal- Over the whole world Sunday will ring tho nnthem of resurrection. In the fnr orient It runs, with tho dawn to tho limits of tho Occident Is sounded from every church bell, Is up to heaven like a paenn of hope and promise. Tho winter la Liquid Paint Gives Best Results Cowgiii's Drug Store From St. Louis coms tho roport that after a lapse of six years navigation ou tho Mississippi river between St. Louis and Now Orleans will bo started by tho Southern Packet company of St, Louis, April 1. It is announced that tho company will run boats throughout tho spring and summer. Tho steamer to bo operated In this trado Is the Kcyatono State, It Is said. Tho Keystone Stnto Is a $4G,000 boat, and Is owned by Capt. J. B. Demere, of Point Pleasant, W. Va. Tho boat Is to bo purchased by It. D. Lewis, president of tho Southern Packet company, and is to bo onq of several operated between St. Louis and New Orleans, An option has been secured on tho boat. The re sumption of river traffic between St, Louis and New Orleans Is looked upon by stcamboatmen as the forecast scale. The Southern Packet company has for several mouths been negotiating for the purchase of a steamer. Tho Keystone State Is one of tho largest packets on tho Ohio river, and Is capable of accommodating: more than 12C people. The boat la at Point Pleasant, W. Va., where sho has Just been let off tho ways, after receiving extensive repairs. She will leave for St. Louis on March 24. The steamers Tarascon, Tell City and together with the wharfboat and barges of tho Louisville and Packet company, will be sold at aucUon April 14. Bel-Ievu- e, no-bi- Under the caption of "Make Benton t says, Better," tho "Induce business men to locate at Hickman." That's certainly good, wholesome advice; no smalt city In the state offers better business opportunities for hustling, business men. Wo aro certainly very grateful for tho editor's kindness In boosting for Hickman. Tribune-Democrawide-awok- Albert Carlisle, who has for sev- - farm of W. H. Holeman. near Water Valley, committed suicide Wednesday b drinking sovfirnl minrna nt nrhnlla acid. ' m J A 41 TAKEWFEWMINUTES TODAY -- examine of Florsheim Ties and Oxfords. Never were so many good showing the spring features combined with good shoe- making "The Aviator" "The Pirate" "The Alamo" "The Modoc" The Azby" are some of the NEW ONES. -- n will get more for your money -- and wc can fit you, too. Take a Look- -a SPOT" will buy a "FIVE pair-ne- ver Smith & Amberg i THE HICKMAN COURIER CTrt Vttr Kntky Uk th Dw" ' , ' ' W. 0, BPKER and J, C. BEXTON, o X 41 tan and Proprietors, r ST. PATRICK'S (Copyright. 15M.) DAY WILLSON'S VETOES ARE IGNORED NO - ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR o tared at lh Hickman, Kentucky, mll matter. peatofflc m seond-clas- s BACK TO THE FARM. ATTENTION PAID TO OBJECWITH-OUTIONS AND BILLS PAflS DEBATE. T HOUSE AGAIN PASSES RIPPER BILL Nine hundred million, dollars'wartfi of AgrleuHnral VrpducM weref export. year, ed from tho I'nlled States according to ,the. bureau iof statistics In tho department of commerce and labor. Secretary Aytlspq naya that the, total is ,y7G,0tp,0tfq. so ta'njlf-- , tie moro than 10 per cent, of our farm products were Bold , abroad and tho. had to bo content hordo donsumers lat Rtpublicant, Rsalltlng that Thty Had Dtn Trapped, Clamor to Sptak, But Art Ruled Out of Order by tht Chslr. with tho remaining "nlnolenths. This Is 'a healthy condition, .but douotlcta helps to explain the high, price of prolh this . country1. Secretary vision Wilson thinks the" high prices Mq due to tbo fact that there are too fow distributers, too farmers and many young men rushing to tho city, Instead of staying homo and tilling tbo toll. If we are to supply Europe as well as America with food stuffs wo must Increase the number of farmers with 'the Increase of our population, and If farming It made and continues sufficiently profitable there will be no lack' of farmers. The poor rewards of' Tar tiling In the past hare driven the farmer boys to other pursuits. There will bo a cry of "back to the farm' as soon as It Is clear that there- - U money In farming with the toll which It exacts from those whoso livelihood Is the cultivation of the boII. At tht Mtp Will Appear To-Da- CORPORATEJTAX LAW STANDARDJSVIRTUOUS MILBURN OPENS COURT. DISSOLUTION CASE BEFORE SUPREME IS MERELY EXCISE TAX UPON CAR RYING ON BUSINESS. Tax Does Not Become Direct (n Cases No Restraint of Trade, No Stifling of of Company Handling or Dealing In Competition Model of Buslnest CenReal Estate. tralization. Washington. The government's de fense of the constitutionality of the corporation tux provision of the new tariff law was submitted in printed form to the supreme' court of the United States. It is the work of I.loyd . Jtawers, so-licitor general, but bear the signature also of his chief, Attorney General Wick-ersha- to The carrying on or doing businc." declarations of- the statute, as well as dreisions of the courts, are relied upon to support this point. As to the statute, Mr. Ilower says in his brief that it shows the transactions of business to be the subject of the tax and that the income of business is used merely at measuring thr.amount of tax, "which rests not upon the income but upon the occupation from which it is derived." These reasons, together with the de cision of the supreme court in the Sprrck- exels case, which the solicitor-genera- l An Indianapolis man returned from plains at holding that a tax declared in Alaska wealthy, and gavo to his par- the statute to be laid on business in an ents, to whom he had been as ono amount equivalent to a certain percentage of .income, is an excise, lax on busidead for, SO. yeart, a check, for $5,000 nessman) by him as sufficient to to make them feel that he was still show that taken corporation tax is an ex the their son. Cases of this kind are fre- cise tax on the transaction of business. quent enough to cause thought as to The third point Is that the tax does whether those who disappear' in that not become direct in the special case of a. way and causo anxiety and sorrow company engaged In the business of covering' half an average life can ever handling or dealing in real estate. Kite make amend with demonstrations of of the fifteen cases for consideration by affection from fhe check book. Enoch the court involve such corporations. Mr, HARAHAN IS STILL A POWER ArSens without proper explanation as Bowers claims they raise no constitu tional question, but only the query as to their absence are In tho same class, in "cany-they and there Is always doubt as to the to whether doing are engaged any corpo- -' Friends Say He Will Not Be Restricted business," or to Traffic. quality of the sympathy that should ing on is not so engaged it if not rrached it ration be expressed Chicago. Dispatches from New York, he argues. by the statute, rf stating that J, T. Itarahan, president of Crete continues to be a storm) STANDARD FATE UP TO COURT the Illinois Central, would have hi au thority curtailed to one department-traf- fic petrel In European politics. Notwithwere described as "idle talk" by standing recent warnings the" Cretans Greatest Throne in Yeart Crowds Court prominent officials of the road. have, manifest, a rebelljp.us spJrJt-.onthe'T appears, to be a movement on so stirred up the protective powers T)ie.disilutinn7nf tant u. Washington interests to create a that fresii warnlHgs aghWCfur(her dn rill Oil is now a question. lor the u- - foot among certainagainst Mr. Harsh"" publc iniprtv10" agltatloa ,have.beeji Issued. --Crete-Is rjlreme eurt of tlie.jjnited.tatc to grap- said one official "This leport is part , .. ; .. i ..... . i Insignificant small(jind relatively anc liliui Miuiuriib III pic Vfllll Mlunr. i movement." spot onJto piaPw ,ilut ,wheait keeps t liiy famous suit; 1 1)1 dissolve the Standard ol 'All talk" said another closely in tome of. tbo greatest nations Mn the Oilf' company of, 2ew Jersey as a, con- touch with Mr. llarahan and the llarri-maworld on the anxious seat owing to spiracy and a monopoly in violation Of Interests in the railroad. "It probt law was madti ably arose from the fact that W. I doubt as to what the Cretans will do the Sherman and-Jh- f court took the mats I'arV, the new vice prrsident, win nae next It shows extraordinary capacity Wed ijesday, , charge of the department ler under consideration. of mainte for trouble making. The third day in the contest of couu nance, purchase, operating nnd pcnsloni. The claim that men could make a sel before the court was a memorable Mr. llarahan, however, will remain in arguments supreme charge of the entire system." better business administration of for- one, not only Uecauiu of the eign missionary affairs than women It made, but ako becauso of, thf interest; both on they would only take as much Inter- manifested in the proceedings,the people CONFRONTED BY "DEAD" MAN the of the bench and by est in them, will be denied by any- wholart attracted to the court. Itules were body who has ever patronized an oysspectators King of "Mikes" Shocked When He Seci prohibiting of the court ter supper given to raise foreign mis- standing in its presence were swept, asicljt Man He Bought Coffin For. sion funds. The ladles have reduced and members of congress stood around Council Bluffs, Iowa. By reaum of the ratio lo one oyster to tho bowl the walls of the room. Not in years haw having ilivrstcd $37,000, J. K. and the best business talent In the so many persona ueen pacKeu into me iiiaugh of Muskogee, Okla., is rccogniztd world could do no more by way of do- little chamber. as the king of the .Mabray mixes. lie ing less. for the CLAIMS CURED.,0Fn LEPROSY has been here ever since the trial ('. Marrr--T criminal proceedings against J. , Lutbcr Durban'.!, the'planl wizard, Is commenced n bray and hi trying to cheer meat boycotters with City Autboritiei, However, Isolate Pa week ago. During thut time ho iaa tient in .Outskirts... the assertion that the Jpineleas cactus been given several severe shocks, but the Aiken, 8. C Miss' Mary V Kirk, who most severe rainu Tuesday afternoon, may, Iru the course of time, tako tho has been uuaruutilied in this city for when Ole Marsh, the man who "died ' at 'place of meat, on, tho. tabic Hut tho months, ullegcd to bo suffering ;neat qater of the present will, without sixteenleprosy, will bt removed to a cot Xev Orleans In l'JOT mid for whom Car from discrediting tho Jlurbank production, tago to be fritted for her by the city anatigli bought n coffin, walked Into the among the feel satisfied to let tho spineless cac in n secluded location. This decision courtroom and took hi seat defendant, huving just been brought tus solve tho meat problem of the was readied by the city council when It from Seattle. far future. decided td b till J her .a new home und "Has the dead come to life!" asked allow her a' special 'mini monthly for Cavanaugh to tho prosecuting attorney A ijut'k who wished to becomo been treat "Down in New Orleans I uw that inuii maintenance. Miss Kirk hat ed by many noted resident! of this conutry lias been d and it jt killed, bought his coffin nnd actually saw ported) Because no 'said, wnen no was chimed by some phyUeiaiit that she has him placed in the box and buried. questioned by tho Immigration offl Gills in Revolt clals, that ho believed' It 'would be Two Die in Shooting Affray, Dcs Moines, Iowa. Five hundred jir right for him to marry'nll tho women uoruiu, iiy. i wo men nru ueau as in the state Industrial" school broke, out aunnnrt. Tke.nMclnla nrnh. tin intu tpn wa1'uui4li' result uf a shooting ulfruy hero to ably had reasons fur, believing that ed and the, girls threatened to demolish night. William McCullough unTl James his Judgment, ns to .what would consti- the building. Tho matron telephoned Cain had indulged in n street light and tute support was faulty. i Gov, Carroll ianaitlstuiwe. While belnj; taken to the ere urrcstcd station house Cain broke iiwuy from the up Somo ,Braal! boys In Gotham tied Tuberculosis la. Costly.. ) it. officers and shot killing linn a playinato and set IiIb clothing on Ore .Washington. The tlniyieia! Jiim. Iii tlin, instantly. At this Juncture iteid, only prompt rescue by pussersby State fuund bj,"luher'vullij'lt) a friend of Mrt. ullouglis, winpiied out and S'ldtnl auluiaU umouilH. to saved him from serious Injury, Tho hi revolver und shot Culu, who died annually, according to, nil ctl- - within au hour. Held eeuped. Tlis llttlo tormentors were dismissed with .? II... riiu-me ui lit uiirvuu sliootliig occurred at the railroad station, isai ipauH u; mn ft reprimand, iwhlcb shows 'why some which was crowded ul tne tune. people think Solomon knew what he of animal Industry. was talking about. 1 d -. Certainly' the gentleman who undertake to explain the cause of high prices of necessaries of lite should reach soroo sort of agreement and harmonize their views before they try to enlighten the public. For weeks the big packers and others have been saying that meat Is so dear because the people eat to much and the supply Is not equal to the demand. Dut here come the shoe manufacturers declaring that the people are turning vegetarians, and that with so few animals killed for food thero Is a shortage In skins and hides. Here are two radically different stories. Which is tho consumer to believe! The first point sought to be madn I that the tax is not a direct tax upon property, but it an excise tax upon "the Washington. The Anal fight for the dissolution of the Standard Oil began before the supreme court of the United State Monday, when .lohn (1. Mllburn of New York spot for three hour In Its defense. The hearing of the suit sgalast the Standard Oil attracted lo the court room lawyers and spectator from all sections of the comitrv. .Members of both houses of congress forsook their rcsjicctive cham ber to hear what waa to b said in the reiew of the decree of the circuit court of the United States for the eastern dis trict of Missouri, dissolving the Stand ard Oil Company of New Jersey as a conspiracy in rrstraint of Uadn and aa a monopoly in violation of the Sherman anti-truact. The great part of Mr. Milburn' ad dress to the court consisted of a review of the growth of the Standard Oil, with the object of laying the foudation for the claim that the corporations entering into the reorganization of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey in ISICJ were because for many years common thev had been under a ownership. lie told of the tremendous size of the btisinrss of the Standard Oil Company and explained how-- it had grown, accord ing to his conception. He said large factors in the growth were the building of pix lines, "which an) body had a right to build," as he described it; the building of refineries, and the extending of the throughout this marketing facilities country and the entire world. tht ' anti-trus- , l'af Trankfort, Ky. Idtlle regard was paid by tho general assembly to tho veto of Rov. Wlllion. Tho measuro aimed at tho Lincoln Industrial Institute to bo established at Sampsonvlllo, Bholby county, was passed In both houses, over tho gov- no debate ernor's veto. Thero w required, either. The governor sent bis veto on tho Uultvlllo ripper bill and tho houto without ceremony Immediately passed it. Itepresontatlve Klalr. of Lexington, who was In tho chair when tho governor's mrssafco was read on tho ripper bill, left the chair, called on Itepresontatlve Waggoner to preside tho previous question, and moved LITTLE CHANCE FOR BON ISSUE. shutting off debate. The republicans realised that tho Islington leader had trapped them Rultt Committee of House Refused to Take Out Senate Bill. and clamored lo speak, but they were ruled out of order, and the ripper bill Frankfort, Ky Unlens there It an was pasted again la tho houio as extra session of tho general assembly speedily as before. there will be no bond Issue. Tho Taylor Modlfltt Hit Report. committee In the house refused "Hack up" wat tho order given to rules to taVo otu tho bill that had Nuid Senator h. M. Taylor, chairman of the senate providing for the passage tbc Joint penitentiary Investigating a bond Issuo of 1 500,000, committee, by Slate Inspector and of Gov. Wlllson has said In private Kxamlner M. II. Thatcher, and Senathat he will call an extra session to tor Taylor Is banding around prepared pasts tho bond Issue and the county Interviews correcting that part of hit unit bill, but It It generally doubted legislative report that refers to tho that ho will do so. incarceration In the l.oulavlllc jail of Then? Is a story going the rounds who gave their tescertain that Senator Mike Taylor, of Fulton, timony In Thatcher's Investigation, or was so full of pruln In maklnc his re- tho penitentiaries. As soon as Thatchort of tils examinations of tho pris er read Senator Taylor's report ho on Unit the prisons commission warpath, and Senator stopped tho report and are trimming went on the Taylor gavo out a statement correct- It down. The original report wa not ing that part of the report. permitted lo be printed, for In It some-o- f Senatt Passes Bond Issue Bill. the prison employes are spoken of With but little opposition the bill as Napoleons of finance of Senator B. M. Arnett, of Nich for a bond olas vllle, providingWILL APPOINT EXAMINERS. Ittue of 1500.000, passed the senate. The problem that mutt be solved Secretary of State Bruner Has fx now by tho senators fathering the bill NIc Plumt to Hand Out Is to past It through the house. Oor. Wlllson Is In the saddle, whip In hand, Frankfort. Ky As soon at Oov. and Ifte report current Is that the op- Wlllson, slgM the back rxsailners' bill, position to the bill In the house will whlrh was nauMd br tho house and be feeble. In fact, It Is current talk iCBfltc, tho banking Institutions, trust that a desl has been made with the companies and other financial mtii governor by the supporters of the tiitlnn of the state will be mit direct measures providing for the school ap- ly under tho office of Uio aocrrtaxy of propriations and tho prison commis state. Recretsrr of State Brtiner will have sion to sign their bills, and they la turn will pass the bond Issue. the appointment of six oxsmlners, for The senate adopted a concurrent tho house voted down the amendment resolution appropriating to each mem- nt tIrnrMentatlvit Rrhoberth trcLIng ber of the two houses copies of tho to bavo the general assembly elect the Kentucky statutes and code of prac- nu mbers of the bonk exaromcts uoru. tice for the length of their terms, at There will bo six nice plums for Dr. r Afh (Ob nVJ In tlnhil mit- - A II? per, or an expense of I2.3IC. The following bills passed tbo ii.000 a vear. and tho secretary of house: By Oeorge Held, providing slate will get 1,!00 extra for seeing for punishment of fruit tree venders that tho work Is well done. for misrepresentation of their goods. Thatcher Maktt Otrilaf. By 8. M. Kutsell, providing for pay Frankfort. Kv Stale Inspector and ment of road work expenses by county treasurer. Hr J- S. Steers, to pre Kxamlner Thatcher gave out a state- vent doublo tsxatlon In cases where ment vigorously denying tho allrga- notes are held as part payments for l lnti In Iho'ritnnrt nf the lotnt leclslap'rpperty, placing tbo rseponalbllltr- - tlvo Investigation, committee,; In which tor tnete joinuy on ine nuiucr oi iuc It Is said that he took the testimony notes-antho hodoj,of (he property. of ox cnntlcts Incarcerated In the By O. W. Keltey, providing for tho Itvllle Jail. placlngof women on the tame basis Claim Bill' Waa "Loaded." at men In the distribution of propLeilncton. Ky. County Judge I'ercy erty under laws of dissent. Hy S. M. Ituiselltp provide for fire drills and (Hcott and other local republican offl. Instructions ss to dangers and pre clals went to VranXfort to urgo uov In vain ttlk Mil rornnllr till vention' of fire In the schools, nnd pro- tiding penalties for violation thereof. ed by the Inghjlalurc, authorising- the fiscal court or Fayetto county to nor Br. Mr. Mies, providing for tho row money not toiexcced 60 per cent labor law. (lor Wlllson Issued a proclamation or thd anticipated roVenuoqr lho payfixing Friday, April 8, as Arbor day. ment of curreit expanse. Judge tfcott says mat ino mil as originsuy umneu Olds for Text Books. The senate pasted heprcsentatlve by County Attorney Falconer would Carter's bill providing that county havo been of material benefit to Fay school boards may recclvo and decldo ette county, but that by certain on bids for school text books without amcndmantH It was loaded when It a majority of the other counties for was pasted by tho scnato and house or against It, as tho present law pro- of representatives. vides, and It gives all tho cities and DESIRE BRYCE TO SPEAK. towns the right to adopt books different from tho county If' they wish. As (he bill has passed tho hoiiso. It will Strong Effort Being Made to Secure British Ambassador for Maple become a law In 1914 If tho governor Leaf Club Blnquet. signs tho bill. Tho bill of Representative McVcan, Washington, I), C Senator Ilrnd of Covington, providing for a district ley and tho entire Kentucky emigres dqtcctlvo lu counties having elites of jdonal delegation, democrats nnd re tho second class, passed tho house publicans, are making an irrort to so-Police Under Civil Service. turc James Bryve, tho British witbss Tho bill providing for an assistant sailor, as a speaker for the Maple L" commonwealth's attorney In counties dub baituuct to bo held 'at LCulsvli having cities of tho pecand class pass May 24. Tho embassador says ho does rd the senate and tho bill qf Repre- d not ten how ho will bo able to attend sentative Klalr placing tho pollco tho affair, but, according to tho cor forco or eltlos of the second class und- dl.iltty of tho Invitation, ho will en er-tbo civil service 'passed thohouso. dfuvor to bo present. y Ilouso 1)1X1 No. 380 F K. Craves providing Hint proceeding Instituted by thd commonwealth or any county, city or taxing district, shall bo begun within five years after tuch rights first accrued, was passed by a vote of 74 to 0. Pasted Over Govirnor-- t Veto, Gov. Wlllson's veto of House lllll No. 61, Introduced by Itepresentallvn Klalr, providing for tho registering with the proper county officials nit pooled products, and pro viding a penalty for persona soliciting tho purchase of such pooled products, waa treated with little ceremony by Mr. Klalr said ho Ihc legislature. nas sorry to havo to attempt to pass a bill over flov. Wlllson's veto, but that this measure was for tho Interest of every lobccco grower In Kentucky. Mr. Zimmerman and Mr. Schoberth spoke for the measure. Mr. Rchoticrth said this measure was to enablo tho farmers, when they hate organlxed for the purposo of having competition, that Ihey may have a compact organization. Ho said tho farmers throughout Kentucky were barking thlt measure, without an exception, The bill became a law by a vote of 77 to 11 over the governor's veto. The bill providing that the salaries of the prison commissioners be Increased to 11.000 n year, tho rhalr man to 1,600 and the secretary of Iho commission It.fiOO, passed the house In a rush. The aenate passed the bill cresting a state board of plumbers. VOCABULARY JJMITEO Trilii ixnlaln "Who wrote the dictionary'"1 don 1 knnir. Imt i l. . - home at body else tMngstohltwiS! "" k Stirs or Onto cm e Tm.rta i Ltci cbvf r i ISM Mill lli.t J' ON MM USL vsiaasa) vtaa, to, ' as . tX.... ..... it . or K (w 1HIrvuMi. M.iea ....' a mum. k4 tor tr.nmo.ui. iuu s rsiuur iihs sow sT ii . ni T- Sff""" p4i, 0 t ritf1 the dog. North Yati mil f IVM Fldo's Portion. .. .. . - . fnrrnt. innm ths f tln' meat, mum, but Oi c,te in Lot Angeles Kxpress TS.ikt isrrui ion nn pertS'y faS.ni ..m win, .. W 1 Tllli tablets) lonlfM wlll'frtl tsttt- i2 . morrut-eii isftiins u nomnv t .' ii iiiiii whvib .nil SirnCTI bti vnt bltlousnsss ami tlirintf, i mstlim. than lnm f r I ii twsus. It's dllttrnl- - It s th r ultt sure to act Utl a Co llci a . ir rr,-- . Th A. II. Lawls Unlklu Co., St Uu th All, nn ,r.iL. t- -u llttr lt,. it ,. MYes. She used to ador I rr.mn(i now the dotes on Henry Jitsei Cleveland I'lsln Dealer Literary Conslittncy "That woman It never happy crept ben bothering over the unknowiblt iw llr Ik AsllMHU 11 A bo I th If You Ar ! r tlrklii( irr la bo. fim.tm npi m i u&k. AsartM, AAtt . li:tltl. U Key, . V. tir Ttr4, sort ( your mmj ho br ! Tom A.l I'swtf tr to sfck 11 u a Trifts Ssmlllwa tnl I... roafert Ho4J Jol rJwoIIra, ArSlof lk rr tptt. n4 t. "I hear your son Is something avlstor, Mrs. Comeup,' Bsck on Earth. ct it "Well, to tell the truth, he at i tit that way, but he's taken the pledti." Frltrx! (rem tlrlnktss Drunk notss i co- worthy when you can nav It rrs vn without anybody'a knowlrdrt. Arm will di th vort. Writ K. Fortln. Dlckty UUr, CUtiit, UL. for frt trluL tim-pboms-lrrstmr- oiicrrccTs Hloo i.iuioii"nr.Moi:n. Tour lluibsei S.n Tou Can - of Sit down and wilt for thlcri to cots rour war' and the first Inter that come will be th wston to hast joa off to th county inflrmtry For Hdach Try Hicks' Cipui!nt. Whsthsr from Coll. HnU Ftoauh er f x4Mt Ntrvou Irautt, th It's tJqutd br rMr4 take Cspudln. InneiUsttir A M snt to Kttxts sod too st Drug mors. When a tnsn Is at home and th telephone bsll rloK his wife oskei a lath for It to tee It It It torn vosia who wants to talk lo him. Cv Salve 100 Yesrt 011 tired eyes, quickly cum ere set, la&amtd, sore, watrry or ulcjrstrd rjrj. 4J1 droasiUs or Howard Cft.Baffalo,. relieve Psttlt'a ft Is almost aa esty to do rood orx poor, work after you once ler low, and much more pronitme. ts MKAH.MACK ANU I.rii , ... tl!s- - tr..r tsc ' man has theorlet tbout a family before he marries. Mrs. Wlnslow'sSoolMncSjriif. r.rtkllr. mum. .,rw. Ik. toi two In the stomach. JuuolllIa.csll,,hnd tJ!i "- in early cucumber In the The Wretchednesi of .Constipation Caa quickly b orsrcoo ty CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER FILLS. Pur! TTgrtiLl act lurcly aau sadr ott th brer. Cur B3iouaBM, sssssssl f ADTFBSI I I sssssssssssssssssB asssssssssssssssssWI I .assssssssssssssssssrT H'd ache. sssssssT I Mirfl liltrn 1 1.1:? Sl i. t SMI l l sssl 3ll D. SU Pnk GENUINE Burt Usr stgnurr San POI. cm, aad lodVstwo. TUy 04 i MBOH BSSSSSSSS) " "balsam II nr wBSl ! SJUfKjSSSSlQurM gMJrSP aw.!' "'S.'. If VJI VJ Ey , .,1 - r Ii if nictM JHI Thompson's mil Watar fe Expert Definition. According to tho Delineator, Leah was having her first lesson In punctuation. On her return from school ah explained to htr brother that a period was a dot, and a comma was a period that had sprouted. Can Be Made Seaport. Govern ment engineers. have reported that Scattlo cult bo mado a seaport by cutting u canal to IMget sound by way cf the Salmon bay, at a cost of about t3.SOO.000. ""C-atrf- s The Need of Friends. IJvcry human being Is born to com panlonshlp. Our first need la a breath of ulr, tho next is a frloud. Nover till w nro done with tbo air can we spare tho friend. I think not oven theu. C, Q. Ames. Philosophical Need. Before phllutophy ran teach by ex ptrience, the philosophy hna to be In readiness, the experience must be ' PISOS vfaeo you need lo arcmcu; l.l.-.l.- .. r 1 gathered and Intelligibly recorded Carlylo. PrCoUCHS6C0LD5 Farm and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kcntncky. ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.... That we offsr to depoilton. Jmliwraeats are ef lecondarjr Importance. OUisr Upon Eloquence Burned at Stake in, Senate He In the ufjpcr legislative (chamber Is always doing something In n plodHe can bo socn ding, showy manner. at any tlrao with dqcu'minta on his desk. Nor Is he llkea'inariy of your statesmen who placo thelP"whdlo happiness In smoking bulky cigars. In the cloak room. However, toon after 'he had. rlcnn to hli feet and began his clarion enunciation, the gallorlcs began nlllfi'gwjth listeners, brought by the general alarm sent out that .his daf Something at last was happening 'in the senate. He has a rich, melodious His lanvolco that Is a treato bca guage U able, very.it Ho employs ;or: rcct gestures, and thumps on hls'dtsk He Imwith Judgment and effect. plored the senate not, oh, not to give recognltfon to the confederacy. He appealed especially to tbo patriots on his ildo of the house, wboso. party bad saved the union, from thqt, .ptrjod of error. He was vehement, but not unThings struggled withduly bitter. in him for utterance, "but ho hftd'calra-lset bis limitation. Ho would not wave the bloody shirt llut. by everything that was sacred, bo urged that tho old feeling, the old ran cor, bo not aroused In this manner., Tho terrlblo past, as pictured by him, should not at this late day1 bo rovlved. Amid a tenso silence bo sat down. Tho galleries craned forward, every heart beating. Would the senate now be torn by sectional strife? It didn't even rip. IJverybody but Mr. Hcyburn voted to let the United Confederates have what they wanted. The northern folks voted right alone with, the southern contlnnent. Kvcn eagerly did they so vote. Mr. Heyburn o voto wns the sol itary recognition given he throbbing appeat from far off Idaho. Thus was oratpry .martyred In the United States senate, tliis Guirantee wc Solicit Your Patroaige. President L BUCHANAN, J. A. TH0HP30N, Cashlsr. WARHINOTON. Oratory, when senUnited StateB ate, hold doubtful .way. Let this be a warning to the young penon who I. training htmsolf tn tbo forensic art expecting fome day to mako tbo halls of the nation resound with eloquence until the ll.tenlng throng with ono accord I. rou.ed to action. It don't happen, There I. something wrong about tho tradition that oratory war. The .enator. can listen to oratory alt day and remain pulseless as so many fish. Kltbcr oratory la not comprehended as It ihould be or tbo senate lacks red corpuscles. n For example. Senator W. n. of Idaho recently was seen to rise and utterly wa.to a perfectly good broadside of eloquence. It waa that noted apeech In which ho unfurled tho star spangled banner over the matter of lending federal tents to thUnited Confedeinto veterans for their next reunion. It wan a gem of a speech one that would have won a gold medal In 1RG1. But the remainder of tho senate, callous and unpatriotic, did not enthuse. Indeed, as tho proud ensign was stowed back' Into Its black oilcloth case after Mr. Hcyburn bad flaunted It, there was not a moist eyo In tho house. Kven the Kew Kngland senators refused to become "net" up over the "rebel" Hey-bur- tbo story about the, Judgment ot,Sold; mon, and ho proceeded to Tell It "to me, , z,.. . .r. i ooiomun, uu. Sftiu, wa a. vviy nwu man. Ono day two women went to Him, qo'arrellng atjouta baby. Tho flrft worann saldt'It,s rny child.' ,Tb,e; sec ond said, 'No, it Is mine "Dal Solomon" spoko up and do- jclarcd: t t, ilu "'No. no, ladles: do not quarrel. will tnak Give tng'iny hvofd and twiniiof iltn, ifojthatMch ot you. will B n.tf b supplied.' - A New Version. Apropos of George Washington and rtio cherry Ireo story, Senator Ilever- Idgo said nt a dinner In Indianapolis: "I asked n llttlo boy what this story ttoi thn nth or il.ir. nml hn actually didn't know. Ho satot bo lnowthHgb, TO-GET ITS BENEFICIAL always wmm 'i(i(i)0,l'MW 14 EFFECTS w TtDucUntn, T. A. Lodford. J. 3 0. DIRECTORS BoBdurant, O. B. Thr.IW.lil, J. W. AUtuJUt, R. M. Isl.r, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY v l L0N6 DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FDA KATES APPLY Technically j.Diicuued. W AN U FACTOR EO BVJHC "So theto 'la 'to bea divorce," said tho woman whq discusses everybody. "It sec.msibut,i, jlt'tle whllo since he asked her for her hand." "Yes" replied the rude man. "Ho l right. Dut it turned got out o bo'ft misdeal." SOLD BV ALL-'LEAOIGrlpp Capudlns. For Cold, and .thet-hapdlNO t' (AllF0fi((IAiaUP(5 Owe 'Kimrdy for Orlpp and Colds I 'The Hicks' Capudlne. Relieves th, aching and rav.riihnui. Cur., the cold Iltadachra bt f-1 Size only. sio a Bottle Tl LMAL HANASEI X.ana WW) at urus Diorea. SI a. on iilonrT. tblprr " "If thohoo fits, wear It," Is a time-wor- n wIlliakarmrsrdarMuldatlMiiclMlfic. saying, but with a woman If tbo wssnas nwirina nio. umi aocs. iaa. shoe fits sho takes it back because 4t rasry ttttvkwittiao4 nrriaairr vinnwn tvebtt UwUM BlCMt. , la tpo big. . HMinnui, 4 .1 1 t . lo. i J JquIiJ KfTeeta Immedlat.ly-l- O, 1U. HALFTONES CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE MUMUIII ITCGK TELEGRAPH CO. Words of Praise bottle-wrappe- ... CM -- It COMPUTE AID .. Absolutely THE BEST or l.l.phoo. mi whan In Hillionaire Canned Goods. Hclnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase &. Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. CsJJ ob a.sd of OROCEIUE3, FRESH MEATS or FKEDSTUFVS. For the several Ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medN cines are composed, as given by leaders in all the several, schools of medicine, should have far more weight than any teftimo'nlali. A Booklet'mado amount ot up ot theso sent frtt. Address as below.- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription lias tub badcb or iiowestt on every r, in full list of all its ingredients printed in plain Boilish and sworn to as correct. If 70U are an invalid woman and suffer 'from frequent headache, backache, tfnawini distress in stomach,- - period distress, perhaps leal paint, disagreeable dragging-dowdark spots or specks dancing before the eyes, faint spells end kindred symptoms caused by female vreskne'it, or other derangement oi tho feminine organs, you can sot do better than take n m us 1 perform-'miracles- Telephone 6. 3 Dellveric Ledf ord & Randle tUJ-l- l Issue. It camo as n surprise, this battle-crHo of fisrdom by Senator Ileyburn. Is a tundaome, Impressive statesman, with u seat away up In front; also bo' Is out) of tho most Impressive tollers Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription The hospital,--, surgeon'a knife and operating table may be avoided by the timely uie ot "Favorite Prescription" in such cases. Thereby' the obnox-ioexaminations and local treatment i of the family physicianican be avoided aud a thorough course of successful treatment carried out in the privacy oi "' the home. "Fayorite Prcicrtptioa" Is composed of 'tie rery Best '"' habit-formin- I.X.1 Now You Know What Whisky Really Is -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BSTAOLISQCO 1S5S. TOM DILLON, fSr.f Prop. (Soececsor to B. C. lUmsge, d.cessed.) riarble and Granite rionuments CURDINO, HICKHAN, "what Is whllkyr TUB question been, answered has y STONB I WORK t of all kinds. IRON FENCINQ. i KENTUCKY A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends AT i ADVERTISING THIS PAPER IS NOT AN AEROI'LANIC EXPERIMENT Out rales ere right they IN Lauderdale's ,Bm tn Hickman. and President Taft'a decision has been formulated in a set of regular tloiu prepared by the pure food board of tbo department of agriculture. "Weary Willie," when ha meets "Laxy Tom" .along tbo roadslda and stops to take a swig out ot nl bottle, will not care whether it Is whisky according to tho presidential ruling or. not. Just as long as it tastes like tbu real stuff and has the samo effect, but the man who buys It In bottles or over the bar can sco tho government label which will hereafter be found on all packages. In brief, tbo regulations declare that nil unmixed spirits distilled from grain, prepared In tho customary Tonsorial Parlors bUu .lacirlo light, and faas, brdraulio chairs and Tsrytabaf (or oo tn fort. wnji, are 'entitled to tho 'jiama "whisky" without qualification. Illend-ewhisky must be labeled as such. The term "whisky," however. Is re stricted to distillates from gratn. and under tho regulations distillates from other Hubstances, If labeled "whisky,1 are uilsbrandcd add the person guilty of misbranding may be prosecuted. The regulation follows: "Under the food and drugs net of June 30. 1906, all unmixed distilled spirits from' grain, colored and fla vorcd with harmless color and flavor, In tho customary wnys, either by '.de charred barrel process or by the ad dltlon of caramel and harmless flavor. It not potable strength and not less than SO proof, are entitled to tho 'nahio whisky without qualification. Mf the proof be less than SO. that Is. it more water be added, the actual proof must b6 stated upon the label and this requirement applied as well to blends nnd compounds of whisky. rtt'hlsky of tho same or different kinds, that Is, straight whisky, rectiwhisky, and fied whisky, neutral spirits whisky or like substances and mixtures ot such whiskies, with' or 'without harmless color 'flavors used for purposes of coloring and flavoring only, are blends tinder the law and must bo so labeled." native medicinal roots known to medical science' cure of woman's peculiar ailments, and contaln.lao al- g t,,y-- . , cohol and no' harmful or drugs. ; Do not expect too much from ''Favorite1 Prescription it wilt not It will' not diitolve or cure tumors. .No medicine will. It will do as much to' establish vigorous health in most wesknesscs and .ailments peculiarly incident to women as any medicine can. It must be given fair.chanco " by perseverance in its use for reasonable length of time". ' " lou can't afford to accept a secret nostrum's a substitute fof-tKremedy of known composition. " Sick women are invited, to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, fret., All cor-retpondence is gusrded as sacredly secret and womanly conBdences are protected by professional privacy: Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr.. R. V. Pierce. President, Buffalo, N. Y. ' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the best laxative and regulator of tho bowels. In Bad Hot .and colt "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad" fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. "I Was uncpriscious for three days, and after that I would have fainting spells, diuiricss,,'neous; headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings u "I suffered greatjy with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I concluded to try Carduj. - "Since taking Garduf, I am So much better, andcan do all my housework." , t fix let people know Ccods and price, equal, .peak to us about a jrtar'i contract s 3 jt THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY teilei cf ad. In ihle paper. If results .how, other conditions being; Kj ue right. Beau Brummel Collects Oldot Milk Bill delinquent milk, ot the residence the purchaser. It was ten o'clock In tho morning, and the mistress of the hquso Looking out bewaa at breakfast. fore, opening tho door some Washington, hall doors ore provided with a vcntllator-ltk"lookout" llko those of e Oliuton Street, nickmin, H.it door to Jonaa' Caf. Kj. CARDUI ecu . opmiv. va, tr w, Cash Book Splendid Selectida Store .v.- NcwBobks Stationeryy Post 'Carets, Notions', Etc Call and m Er.rythlng ur stock. upto-da- maids and butlers of Washington's finest residential districts are well trained, but sometimes oven they fall to discriminate. A story Is told of it milkman who had a great deal of troublo in collecting bis bills at a certain aristocratic house. The lady of fashion put him off over and. over Both city and farm propagain end absolutely refused to see erty at reasonablo prices. him In person as n milkman. Money Is as essential In dispensing yon have real estate for If the lacteal fluid as in other lines of ale. let ui get you a buyer. business, bo tbo milkman resorted to strategy, A fow days after his latest unanswered appeal, a man arrayed In ADDRESS: tbo latest stylo of fall suit, with dashing diamond studs in a snow-whltnnd bands neatly Hickman Courier Realty Uc still t bosom,cane, walked upgloved steps the canylug a LAND Philadelphia FOR SALE o tho milkman, divested ot his overalls. Opening the door, on bearing hla modest request for Mrs. she n,t once ushered him in and took his card to her mistress. Ho waited a trlflo awkwardly,, In the' ball, biit was upheld by the stem Justice ot his errand. The lady of thn bouse arrived. "Yes?" she said, questlotilngly. "What can I do for you!'.' "Tho amount of this, If you please, mndam," said he, presenting the bill. Whatever tho lady may have thought of tbo Improvised Ileau Drumrael. tbo bill was promptly paid, There were no lingering fnrcwolls, but tho ml!k account In that house was always taken enro of to date after that, ognize per-nap'- s' tho maid1 failed to rec- The Woman's Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out. . Better take Cardul while there is time, while you are still in moderately good health, Just to conserve your strength, and keep you in tip top condition. In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will grad-- j ually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the instead of the down and by and bye you Will arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a bottle at your druggists' today. up-gra- de ManrBsrendGs&GompanY Hlcliiuan. Kentucky. Capitol Messenger Didn't Know Aldrich U 'AM 1 Let Us Be Your Waiter never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service com back for a second serving. Our prices are tha moit reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us dving your orders the most prompt nd careful attention. Call at thU office and look over our samples. Wis J0B PRINTING uli litt, .. ,1. T .. olhr biiu V?,.,hma J,B,l'.'1der' Clrd Huu . - " uiMifi tha printing, and w can do that class just a WJdlnf ImHtatieBS, letter b.ads. bill fa.a4. te., all r.clve U .am. sareJul trateut a Mmivmij uwav. and docs not seo any too woll, said: "Are you a senator?" squaring himself across the entrance to tho elevator which is used only by United States senators. On tbetr tongnrs or la the freJ put Snoho's Liquid Uls th rcmrdjr tatllof thrni. It "Yes," said Mr, Aldrich, entering Compound. blood sod glindt. It routs the set oa th ditrttt Into the spirit of tho situation and hesbr eitelllnir tho disease ccrms. It warts oil the trouble no matter bow thcr ara "cipoard." itating a moment, tree Iron) anith'.ng Injurious. A child can "Must be a new ono," said Mr, Ham- saleltakett. Mcents and 1100; IJ.CM and 10.00 drutxists, harness dealers, or happen, oven In tho lin, talking moro to himself than. Mr. the dozen. Sold by by Ibe manulacturers. things Kbli cipress paid, FUNNY of tbo capltol tn Washing- Aldrich. Special Agent. Wanted "Well, hardly that," said Mr. Alton, among thosu men who have been MEDICAL CO. "My name is Al- SPOHN longest there. Ono ot the messen- drich. chuckling. Chemist J and Bacteriologists, Uothsn,lnd.,U.SX gers at tho capltol Is John I'. Hnmlln, drich," The poor old messenger almost fell who for moro than 30 years .has been messenger about tho senato corridors, n his trucks, and Senator Aldilch for ot almost tho first time lu blj lldfe The other day Senator Aldrich Hhodo Island was positively hold up luughed out loud. I'oor Messenger Hamlin will hardly in tho corridors and refused admU-sloto tbo elevator by a, messenger recover from bis paulc. Ho Is past SO who had served tho United States years of age, and wus foreman ot the scuato lorfger than Senator Aldrich Jury that convicted Gultoau of tho asMr Hamlin, who is very old sassination of Qarlleld. has. HAR'rWfM&S. Iwniu la all Cases of DISTEMPER, PINKEYE, INfLUENZft COLDS, ETC. Of all Horses, II rood Mares, Colts, Stallions, Is to The Right Way "SPOHN THEM" Abso-lutet- jr u MICA AXLE GREASE is the turning-poin- t to economy in wear and tear of wagons. Try a box. Fverydealer, everywhere STANDARD OIL CO. !imiriortoU BALLOW MORE. NOTICE TO aro W. 3,- - O. W. V., will - MOORE GIVES ACCOUNT Ion. F. S. Moore In Miu Nina two 1 sET Wnn the Streets Crutchfleld nolghboihood, were united tn marrlago by Esq. J. T. Futrell, Sunday afternoon. ThlrstyT HEO is whf you need The brldo 1 the charming daughter Father Querln was In Union City, of N. II. IJallow, and ono of tho most Sunday. popular ladies lu tbo county. Sho la ono ot the well know "Hallow Twins. Edwin Kuqua was on tho sick Hat this wock. Tho groom is a son of Thos. Mooro John Hagnn spent a few days at of Hickman county, but was reared In tho vicinity ot Crutchtlcld, and Is home this week. a prominent young farmer. Hugh Ed Curlln was hero from UnTho Courier extends congratulations ion City, Sunday. Best flour on tho market Ilcttors- It there Is a bluo mark on your worth & Pmthor. Courier dont fall to renow this month as all papers aro discontinued at the Miss Ivey llranham, of Woodland, explraUou of the time. was hero Monday. O IJallow and Pernio Mooro popular young people of the d4W-M A. nt"ru ww f I All member hereby notified W. (). that Klin Camp No. hold unveiling ceremonies, Sunday atrnoon at 2:30, at tho gravo of de parted Sov. Kiigeno Nayior. neaso assemble at tho hall at 2:00 o clock sharp. All friends of woodcraft and tho public are cordially Invited. O I Made Have Your Clothes to Order Duy your cigars from Harris, Hlrkman Drug Co. at Practical Fashions, LADIES' 8HIRT WAIST. Cowxtll's Drue Store Is the only place you can get REO. H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. Lumber Office. . Dodds' A young man named Joo Williams wns arrested In Fulton last Thursday for neddllnu without a license. In- estlgatlon proved that ho was sell-- ' Ing Jewelry which was stolen from lloyd's Jewelry store, al Wlckllffo. on tho prnvlous night. Williams then confessed to tho crime, nnd took tho officers to a brlrk yard In Fulton whero he had concealed 13 wntches, 14 rings, 3 watch fobs, 4 wntch chains nnd 7 stick pins. Ho wns tnkon to Wlckllffo to ntiswer to tho charge of burglary. O , and bearing n national reputation for excellence. We are exclusive local representatives for oy n house long established nnd Hickman counties , T following bills during House Illlla 272 n. i , No. 310 was a b.,1 nce to pauper idiot, oml in'u&f payment of sauiu Mr. Mooro also to requlro owners of s'ock ,, ,. land. n ,e Mis.,..,,,,,, jurisdiction to kf.n ..vntui P" heir stock. Wolf l.la, one of Importance ,0 Uc 4fr tho law. No. G23 was tbo ot,!y ...,,. bill introduced at ,htt legislature and the only on, will produce any r, v, Du ,0 the State IRl.,n(lu r ifE "Z! T .., "J ...J state. Ititrnduriti in n. ... . Our miarantce as well as that of Strauss Drothcrs stands back of every garment ' Jim w i mm nutlita thronrli it.. body by him and thu.us.ii te Wtt uj aioore. nut fi.r ihi. ,l would nut hare bctomi a Uw Tk. bill provides for a tn on sutnmDb.w ot tho state, arsd. d n, horse power aud It is i imuj mo toiai revenue will be about Ii- oiw a year, most of the wwu,r, . being over 36 horsr poer pajim i sm-.m- iijuu i.u.u mu .r. Him mL proton, The Cash Grocer don't ndvertlse' rlco but will meet nil competition,- - . . ordered. The? M. Dellow. O I Dr. C. W. Curlln has returned from a business trip to Memphis. FOR RENT: on the Hill. Deslrablo residence L. I. Ellison. W. J. Cook, proprietor of tho Cot tngo Hotel, cmno up 115 shy Mon lay morning when he looked for a , See Fuqua, Helm & Co. for wall paper. All prices, Co roll up. Seo Fuqua, Helm & Co. for wall paper. All prices, oc rou up. It. Ii. Bradley and wife spent Sun day with rolatires at Stnte LJno. Let Schmidt make your clothes and keep them pressed FREE ot charge Mrs. Percy Jones has returned from Visit to her sister, Mrs. Illlla Ford, at Cairo. All Wall Paporl Wall PaDerl grades at tho lowest prices. Fuqua Helm & Co. Purity, accuracy and prompt servlc Is the motto of our drug department. Hickman Drug Co. 'A little better than seems neces sary" soda fountain service. Harris at Hickman Drug Co, Miss Frankyo Pcavler, of No. S Is Paris Pattern No. 3176, All Seams land, spent several days this week The Allowed. Cecil Barnes. shirt waist is having and will continue with Miss to have a tremendous vogue, and the Mrs. Fannlo Faulks has returned model Illustrated Is one that can be ana very advantageously for from a visit to Mrs. Ben Csott mnloved la also very family near Martin, TVnn. suoh purposes, although It handsomely made up plain or trimmed Schmidt has the swellest lino of your Id other wars. As pictured In the Qlre spring samples you ever laid your grocery C II. Mooro a share of business. front view It is made ot white linen eyes on. From flC to J 10, and embroidered In a flower design. Among the materials suggested tor Miss Laura Brown has accepted a lllllllllllWI IIIIIIMII the develonmsnt ot the design are position as Cashier with Smith & veiling, cash' french flannel, nuns mere, mohair, silk, satin, pongee, Amberg, taking charge Saturday. tUnen, crash, madras, dimity, cross-ba- r The Hickman Furniture Co. han cambric, lawn, gingham, chambray or percale. The pattern is cut in six dies the best line of Furniture in you sites, from 12 to 42 lnohes bust meas- West Kentucky. Let ua show 28 bust the shirtwaist re ure. For Ice cream, hot and cold drinks and quires 2H yards ot material 36 inches everything in the soda water lino as wide. good as con be found anywhere. To procure this pattsrn send 10 cents Oco Hams. o "rausrn lxpanmenv or mis paper. Writ Dam ana address plainly, and b COTTON SEED the early kind for sura to (ir sua ana numoer oi pattern. tale by the Hickman Hardwaro Co., $1.00 a bushel, In sacks d small roll he put away tho evening "Dad," unlike other hotel before. men, has three pockets ho uses for n cash drawer; when these beconu filled during prosperous times, he must necessarily dispose of the sur plu, and tho fourth depository Is cither tho grocery store, bank or" air old sock hidden away In tho family organ, unfortunately Mr. foox enow tho latter for the fourth depository lata Saturday evening. Knowing that tho old sock had "never failed to yield Its treasure; when ho desired to inakt a dra, "Dnd" felt secure nnd happy all day Sunday. It might hnro been while ho wns at church that tho sock leaked. Anyhow, when ho went to his bank Mondny morning, a now pre cedent bad been set In his sock-banIng experience. Fifteen untainted, unblemished sliver dollars had cvap orated, and he has reached the conclusion that he has among his recent guests a Republican, n book agent. newspaper mnn or somebody from Fulton. rinthea nosscss stvle and "snap, in addi tion to being perfect fitting and flawlessly mudc. It will be a revelation to you to look over the new Spring line. Give us a call. a year. R. ELLISON iji Nothing C. M. & new has drf lop-- m tl railroad tiuiuon, -- u Ai stated lu last Courier, a k surnr inut 0 ui Confesslous of Frank Ijiiico and Jack Slagle. arrested at Cairo, turnetl up n RnnK nf river plrntes who have b n operating for years between hv Taustllle and Memphis, wllh tholr They preyed camp near Memphis. upon smaller river towns and boats and bnrges at bank and madn a specialty of robbing railroad cars, taking Journal brasses when morchnn-dlsThey travelwns not available'. ed In skiffs or motor boats, stolen Recently Ijiico on uprlver trips. and Slagle passed Cairo with a stolen skiff loaded with plunder. They nhl out nl Memnhls. according to their confession, and Immediately returned to Cairo by rail. Hlagel Is alSave on your shingle bill by buy leged to havo been the leader In Jail ing direct from our mill, Yates 4. deliveries at I'aducah, Ky., and New Madrid Mo. Kirk Shingle Co. Moving pictures Wednesday night I It o Hun Methodist Church Services day School al 9 45. Kaster services which promise to bn highly enjoy able. An urgent Invitation to old and voune. At II oo a. nt., easier ser vices, preaching by tbo pastor. Rev. O. W. Wilson. The music, as usual, ...I-- .. will prove to bo a treat. A large congregation Is eipecled. The pastor 1B1UV III will preach a (lonpel sermon at 7:30 acre. p. in. A general Invitation Is given. " . made, according to a do men of Pm Ijntta. The decision the riitt of a largo nunilxr of bottom Uw owners asking thsl tho Imp be iud to run farther north Ho until tu survey can bo uisdr d.ribit may be looked (ur As psi' ot u lino Is already uudir vnsirufioti, u necessarily follows tbst utir; musi oe uisue si um in one ud to delay the work Kurjr Uod ov I .J . .... -" Pr., Wll tUt!lllll. Lull HIIIJIU IQ (VIA, tt.-I " E wt k lu I44VII ..... .. V .k. ,IIU HUM f.i ft . O Mott's Ntrvlne Pills The great nerve and brain treatment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the system and renesrs the normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mall, fl por box, I boxes for $6. Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. Moving pictures Saturday 0 0000 OOOOOOlO 0 TRY A COURIER WANT AO. The Chupttt idvtrtlilKf Read br Mtdlum 3,000 Psopls Every Wk 1 c C03T8 PER 000 ONLY ONE CENT WEEK. WORD-P- ER nlgbt ni naaaast I llllllll wwftvasWiwmw IIII III ISIII til li IIIIWIIII1 I lISMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIII (llllll i Such is Our Confidence in clothes made by W. S. Peck & Co. of Syracuse, N. Y., that we offer to make good if the clothes do not. Your NO. 317S. SIZE. NAME. TOWN STREET AND NO RTATB Quality counts In shingles get the best by buying direct from our mill Yates 4 Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman Ky. Mrs. Ottle May Tisdale, of Union City, was here Tuesday and Wednes' day, tho guost ot her aunt, Miss Mol lio Bourne, Ceclal Lowe, ono of tho Campbell (Mo.) Citizen force, spent a fow Power-Ove- r money is simply on deposit here, to be withdrawn whenever you are dissatisfied with your purchase. We do not consider the money ours until Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, tut 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. days this week with his parents. W. Lowo and wife, of this city. O, Peck clothes have fulfilled their mis- The Hickman Furniture Co. has In stock the most complete stock ot undertakers goods. Let us show you when In need of anything In that .'tic. S. L. Dodds and party. W. A. Dodd and party, 8. P. Luten and party, and E. E. Ileovcs and wlfo went to Union City Sunday afternoon In their autos. Rev. J. W. Waters, until rccontly pastor ot tho Methodist church here, ensue up from dreonfleld, Tenn., Tuu duy, on business, and was a pleasant cullei at this office. sion. You probably expect such clothes to cost you a great deal of money, more possibly, than you have been in the habit of expending. Such is not the case, because Peck clothes are sold at popular prices, even if they carry the ranlne in price FOR SALE: souio horses, Including a good saddle horse. On Jan. 1st time, note 6 por 10 nice work mules, $150 the pair, up com. mortstace or personal security, Can be seen at Btaur's stable. R. R, Rogers. Hickman. 34tlc Cowg ill's Drug Store (Incorporated) Asparagus and Rhubarb Roots for Sale: We will have In this week, 300 Mammoth White Asparagus Roots and 2 doz. Rhubarb Roots, which we offer at 25 cents a dozen for Aspar agus and 25 cents each for Rhubarb Ellison Bros. A. 8. Barkott and family will leave Monday for Judledlt, Margeoun, Syr- SSf broadest guarantee that can be desired. An economical system, plus volume on business, has enabled W. S. Peck & Co. to reduce cost of manufacturing to a miuimum. Your money will buy more clothes value here than elsewhere. I Mdln!iyrcm uiiiiuuAan. emmet- YYYTYYTYYTTYTYYYYYTYTTYT WHY NOT TRYT Put Us to the Test CO. la, to visit the former's parent ASTHMA REMEDY Frpm Hlukman to Judledlt It Is al ..mzxitii and naaltlva relief in most 10,000 miles, yet the total cost i of a singlo ticket for transportation very ease. 8e4d by druxilsts, will not exceod I1G0. Then tho JourTrial Bekac by priM fl. ney will require nbout 23 days to mM. 19. make. Mr. Barkutt and family will Cltvt-lsfl- d WMMmm' Mfi. Ce., bo gor.o a year or inoru. Popham's S S BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS Pr. '6 lie places In tho vicinity of tho proposed Tho City Clerk Is hereby directed to glvo notices accordingly upon tho side-walk- r Xfe Optimist's Corner T. BUTLER. A.M.M.SX When We Take Your Order We do so with the understanding that your suit or overcoat will be 1 m every respect. mihere is no half way with us. The garment perf( must be right, and unless it is you . are not expected to wear it ... passago of this ordlnanco, Tho City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows; That no license shall be granted to set up or operato pool tablo or billiard tablo for hire or profit within the limits of tho City of Hickman, Ky,, to any applicant who docs not produco and fllo with his application tho written consent therefor of a ma jority of tho legal voters In tho city election residing In tho block and ajso of a majority of tho owners of tho property within tho block In which said pool tablo or blllard tablo Is proposed to bo set up or oper ated, Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Co., this Our coupon system Is being heartiday presented their written notico ly endoretd by everyone. This Is that they elected to extend their term as lessees of tho Water and evident from the Increase In our busiLight Plant for tho additional fifteen ness. And whyf Because It years provided In their contract of lease of dato Feb. 10. 190C. And on motion, said notico was ordered SAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. spread upon tho records as ovldenco YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. of said extension. Said notico Is In words and figures PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU GET. as follows: Hickman, Ky., March 7, 1910. MAKES YOU MORI ECONOML To tho Hon. Mayor and City Council CAL. Save h Bil- l- Daily Helps to Health and Happiness By OROROtt ercise. A on your Grocery of Hickman, Ky. LET US MAKE IT RIGHT MILLET & ALEXANDER Carroll street In Hickman, Ky., and present: i4-I Tho City Council of tho City of tho cost thereof shall bo paid by the J Pminr!) Procter in era do ordain as follows: owners of tho property in proportion w La Hickman, Ky.,absence or disqualifica- to the frontage. That In thu The property owners, V. A. Dodds, tion of thu regular City Judge, tho Hickman. Ky . March 7. '10, Mayor of tho city Is hereby appoint- Tom Ulllou, Jr., It. L. Gray, Stephen uai;.i met In regular session. ed and designated as the proper per- Stnhr, and J. W. Ward and K. H. 1. n I a tinlllliMtl son to act as Judge of tho 1'ollcu .Kirk aro hereby directed to havo said lllllnu put down out of , SCMCUKcr, anu uniwer. !, r Court for tho transaction of such concrete side-walmaterial and by competent workmen Misutus of last lucetlug wore read business as may comu before him. may bo approved by tho Street Ith tho fee of tho regular City Judge Commissioner, after servico of a not woro pro Insucli' cases. Tbe folio lug uccounU Ico on each after tho passage of this Attest: 11. C. Helm. City Clerk. lyl iuukvU by tbe vote of thu four ordinance, and upon failure of anyone Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. to proced with putting down said Tho City Council of tho City of k In twenty days af concreto follows; Hickman, Ky., do ordain as ter tho service of such notice, tho u, 1 ilartln, groceries while quar- That tho office of Mayor Dillon, on Street Commissioner Is- - hereby direct , uuau io.vv tho 8K Corner of Kentucky and Jack- cd to proceed to havo said walks U.iou lltos,, groceries for Vanuoy son Hlreets be, and the same Is here constructed at tho expense of tho U.0 (juaruulluvd by designated us thu meeting placo property owner by letting contracts IK L 1' llallxer, servlcus.. $30.00 of tho City Council until further ac for same to tho lowest bidder after Sua utilon Jr., street work.. 119.25 tion. Tho uso of said office being advertising the time, placo at terms 4A .Noouuu, board for prisoners, given to tho City by the Mayor. of samo for two weeks by publication , JKC.70 In the Hickman Courier and by not A Attest: H. C. Holm, City Clerk. fcfuu of City Treasurer for Fob., Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. ccs posted up lu tbrco or moro pub U.I. Tho following ordinances were In General Fund Account,. troduced and read, and on motion, orTo Ut per Jan. $760.46 dered spread upon tho records, pubroiiort Tu su. rtc d of 11. C. Holm. . 4t.2& lished, filed and lay over until next ruimt ret d of Tout Olllou Jr. 612.33 regular meeting for final action; Tho City Council of tho City of 11307.01 Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: H; nut paid out during Feb.. 678.21 That It shall bo unlawful for any automobile to bo driven on the 2iL to credit this account.. ..J62S.83 streets ut Hickman at a greater speed than twelve miles an hour, except that upon Clinton street and Witer and Light Bond Account. Jackson street, lu Hickman, Ky., tho To til per 11233.08 Jan. report rato at which an automobile shall bo jr lot paid ou 300.00 bouds driven shall not exceed eight miles ki, to credit this account.,,. 11133.08 an hour. That it shall bo unlawful for any autoinobllo to approach any street No chaugu lu City Hall Account crossing or any turn lu tho streets "aw hut report, Sauio U overdrawn In tho City of Hickman, Ky., without WU2. giving signals nt least ouo hundred feet boforo approaching said crossing. W. C. Johnson, City Trc&s. That It aboil bo unlawful for any autoinobllo to bo driven on tho street Import of City Marshal for Fob, of Hickman, Ky., after dark without 1)10. at least ono headlight burning. 1W collected during Fob.. $149.33 Any person violating any of the noes collected during Feb.... 03.00 sections of tho ordinances shall upon bo fined not less than Flvo IMd Treasurers receipt for.. $012.33 couvlctlon Dollars nor more than Fifty Dollars, and tho costs of prosecution. Tom Dillon, Jr.. O. M. Tho City Marshal Is hereby direct Tim l'Urk reported ed specially to enforce mo provis that ho had Is Wwl d' tds for the following cemetery Ions of this ordlnanco. Tim ritv Council of the City of and that ho holds 8upt. Dlllou'a Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: r'nlpta for same: it. II, Hatfield That It shall bo unlawful on Clin Adklsson, Ixt No. 157, Colored ton street for any wagou or drny to mctery, slzo 20x20 foot, consldera against tho sidewalk for wn. J0,00, Qeo. Yates, Lot No. 181 bo backed the purposo of loading or unloading Cemetery, site 20x18 feet freight, or for any purpose, and any cnlili ration, $0, driver or person so offending shall, n motion tho foregoing reports upon conviction, bo fined not less received, ordered spread upon than Flvo Dollars nor moro than Ton records, published and filed. Dollars for each offetiBo and tho On motion, tho sidewalk ordlnanco costs of prosecution. JMcU WUB introduced ut tho Jan., Tho City Council of tho City of W'ttliig, was deferred until tho Hickman, Ky.. do ordain as follows; meeting. That a concreto sidewalk six feot ue following ordinances which wldo with u curb sufficient shall bo cr Introduced at last regular meet. put down at tho exponso of tho propre ugalu separately tukon up erty owners on tho east side of Ken- ftaj. and on mntlmi niiin worn tucky street from tho south side of ""inluMiusly adopted by thu vote of Clinton street to tho North side of In accordance with Gentlemen: the provlsor In our contract with you dated Fob. 10, 190G, whereby wo were granted a lenso for flvo years, with prlvllego of twenty years, wherein wo wcro to glvo written notico sixty days beforo tho expiration of said lease, beg to make herewith, application for a renewal of said lc'aso for tho balance of tho twenty years, or fifteen years from Feb. 10, 1911, to Feb. 10, 1926, under tho samo terms governing tho lease under first contract, according to the records as shown on tho record of minutes of your Honorablo Council. Yours truly, HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., J. T. Dillon, Mgr. On motion Council adjourned. Attest; H. C. Holm, City Clerk. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPERS' SALARY. ENABLES US TO SELL FC.1 LESS MONEY. NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE CHARGED TO PAYING CU8 TOMER. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. yojr dally exbrisk walk for a couple of miles In ths fresh air Is one of the first esientlsls. Plain, nourishing food, and abundance of good, ripe fruit Is another. Fruit Is best eaten In the morning. Bananas are easy of digestion to some, and very nutritious; grapes are nourishing and fattening; apples are especially good for brain workers, and oranges are of giat benefit to people affected with rheumatism. Personal cleanliness Is the next essential In keeping young- - A dally bath and a goed rub wtH clear the ccmplexlon faster than medicine. Have plenty of freeh air In your living and eleeplng room. Lesve your bedroom window open from the top several Inohee every night, no matter how cold. On getting up In the morning arrange your bedding and bed so that they may be thoroughly aired; leave the windows open In your bedroom the greater part of the dqy. In your living room ventilation Is also necessary, and sunshine, too. Poor ventilation Is accountable for many diseases. Fresh air and sunshine are ae essential to a human being as they are to a plant. Eight hours' sleep Is absolutely required to rest the brain, and a nap twice a day will do much warding off wrinkles and keeping the face youthful. Never neglect rd EIFFEL TOWER. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE Tho announcement that tho famous AND FRESH OF GROCERIES Eiffel tower is In danger of destrucMEATS IN HICKMAN. tion on account of tho floods in Paris SAVE8 YOU B makes its history of special Interest AND AGAIN PER CENT. at this. time. It Is 984 feet high. built of Iron framo work, In the TRY IT ONE MONTH. n tho four counclliiicn O 1 I k side-wal- 'S-3- State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, as: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tho City of Toledo, coun ty and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tbe sum of One Hun dred Dollars for each and every case Devil Fish of Great Size. o Catarrh that cannot be cured by Devil fist weighing up to 200 pounds tho uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure. F, are sometimes caught In Japan. These fish are ni.iphlblous; they are often J. CHENEY. Sworn to beforo me and subscribed seen wobbling on their tentacles like in my presence, this 6th day of De- glaat spiders In search of patches of kill cember, A. D 1886. A. W. GLEA- - sweet potatoes. The natives they them nre with clubt In the water (seal) SON, Notary Publfc. caught In Jars lowered to the bottom, Cure Is taken Inter which the octopus Hall's Catarrh enters thinking nally and acts directly on the blood them a cowl retreat from which to and mucous surfaces of th system. catph its Send for testimonials free. Frank J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Robert Harrison and wife, of near Sold by druggists, 75c. Kenton, wero guests of their daughFamily Pills for consti ter, Take Hall's Mrs. Belle Nerren, last week. pation. O Hickman Grocery Co., Champ-de-marParis, for tho exhibi tion of 1889. Tbe general form Is that of a concave pyramid. The baso consists of four inclined piers set at angles of a square of 33G feet. The piers are connected on the side of the square by huge arches. After rising about 600 feet, the four piers are merged Into one. There are 2 platforms at different heights; tho top one over 900 feet from Is surrounded by a balcony and covered with a glass pavllllon 64 feet square.- - AtKve this rises the lantern, which Is fitted for scientific observations. The indictment against the New York 'World has been quashed. This paper was charged with criminal libel against Roosevelt, Taft and others in publishing articles saying that graft had been taken in tbo Panama canal deal. The suit was instigated by Roosevelt in ono of his Insane moods. Les majesty has not yet been established in this country, yet it may come at any time. d Take your produco to C. H. Moore, Tinware aad stove fixtures at & Prather. O Read tke Courier. Mrs. J an Hopkins BOYPROOF CLOTHES TEEL armor for boys haven't been invent-ed as yet, but, we are makers of the nearest best thing, the celebrated I MRS. JANE HOPKINS BOY-PRO- OF CLOTHES rt-- strong, sturdy clothes, of unbreakable fabrics, nobby styles and exclusive patterns. Real looking clothes for little fellows who mannish have big ideas about dress. All style all sizes and priced in one size only VERY SMALL t $2.50 to $6.50 (INCORPORATED) -- 1 isr "l BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. HPD PHYSICIA A Tvi--v ArfltUV Taklntr Lvdia P n!i,L. miu ifi " u nrvni n i .i,wwdic womnounrl ! tako I.ydU FabaUus, Maine lE-R- U nan.1, '0 "Mir ln. IVcncnQ OR , ,.uH LowOneay Is tho great Easter parade on tho board walk at Atlantic City. Each American city, to bo sure, has Its Kaster parado along about church tlmo on tho Joyous morning, but none of these, not even tho famous npshow of fashion on Fifth avenue. New York, can proach In magnitude and splendor tho Informal proasldnl In honor of the spring holldayat the cession m UncllrV'iriU way, but It Is snfo to say thntth most speclncular of these events cSCYX "w" vs SW'Y t'i a L )Ar(f j(-jKfl- yV'f k fJxrtZ I Will Jll Iill AW ifII I It lUlfilV lfMJ TTTli M ff 4. M I ilfn AV V iP . C I 1 V, Pl v. Y JJu I VO I W I AJV I I -X r--- j7. ""to u. " uw....l.J.. . r'.ln 11 ' r . I 1 .( II 1 I fiJJUcf . II W 'M' jC' Atll WuJ Jill " I'A s "unipn a 'ITtT Tift niAM ' In U . - Oranitertlle.Vtr.V IIlLILfimPI I HJfermlij;. it" iVU IB lour rllmn.i.i . I III Mt.llu. "W BI Allflflin. KVUl 1. IAlhJ... su uiniiv1 u . . """"J Rates -- ""to California In effect daily March to a 1 u hi o AprillS most of the women In tho Raster pn rado wear furs, but as a rule (he atr Is bracing and mild enough to encourage Incidentally lengthy constitution!. It may be remarked that the lusurtous rolling chairs which constitute a distinctive feature of life at Atlantic are not tn well patronised at Kaiter as in dog days. Kaster weather Is of a kind to encourage walking and the chairs which are abroad at this season are boused In with glass, The student of human nature and thero Is no better place in tho world draws for such contrasts between the Kaster throng and the summer vacation crowd at Atlantic City. In July and August, when the city by the sea Is entertaining some 200.000 visitors n day, this whirl pool of humanity Is filled for U10 most part with wage earners and salaried folk and their families who ran afford but one vacation a year and elect to enjoy It here, tarrying beside the sea for rt week or tn days or two weeks lnhl('rtr1ukA...:.i y .,ir?H..r . should 1 .T--- .'Ull nndnrotif i.i a - null 11. 11 ul 1 "mil am niniw le of 1. wh.s 1.111a riiiirni W'nnwn f V . aif iin TJIIltta fla.. Tsrrinl . signi or uio ract iirriis. lias list ik 1, t- f r tLrtr ti rnr . fmiin ill y rn I tui.kj - uavn wen restnml (...tn. woiQfn KAJiL'fi i. . Trial nniita c.. . 'Good on the cbihfortable a. tourist 9lecpcrs of the "XtOKsltjiriKi.a.tjr.tluk . It ku f sCpllopllolda Oure tl lb?stt"i -t iimSi rvo m UnionTacific Southern Pacific ! u uiv en 11. mii, via ri&ii f....i Bum. 11...1 in . ROR It Is no commonplace sight, this panorama of 150.000 people, all attired In their most Impressive raiment, trarrip-In- x up nni( down an esplanade flvot a miles long to seo'and'tie wen. Perhaps, If you 'havent bcerf 1nltl ated, you raise your eyebrows at the thought of Atlantic City as an Easter resort. We are wont to think of seashore resorts as bleak 'places In winter, with biting winds sweeping over the sand - stretches nnd whipping mournfully the tattered remnants ' of last season's ice cream Igns. Surely no person bent on enjoying ah Raster vacation would go elsewhere than to a southern resort certainly n6t far iner norm man uia l oini L.omrori, n; any rate.-Tho- t logic Is passing! how-ev- "7Ao Safe Road to Travel' atuwtic 7?T Cfiflfr iWiG? PV&DZ AT ary tl i 1 I Wii.auiifrwHiE; a lutrtoM: c(suic Us ir : moIm -- tr km. "i-- i u 11 M V r ft ; T Dustless,. perfect,. , tract electric " : n 1 block signal pro- j illUtllllllliJ UHbVIUI H tection dining i Ntlson'sBj 1 service ."Best ,in . KODAKS 11 51 the World" For further information.vmK - ncall'on or- address C L. LOMAX, G. ft! - - Qstaba I. A. H 1 for'ajl "inat. It was very well In Its way arid sounds plausible even today. The people of the eastern pari of the Vnlleil States have como to accept Atlantic fclty generally as the-Tfafitr.Bjrocca and the pleasure tovlrig residents of tne mipdiem'car, and the far west aru. gradually. fkJng(Hje'Bame view, although ,lh'cy had long beesancustomed to recognize it only as a summer paradise and the middle west to tblil day reserves its', main pilgrimage fdf'August, when one may sec In bathing at ono time as many people us reside in the statu of Wyoming. Just what converted Atlantic City from n sum mer playground Into an alMhe-year resort. wh RESURRECTION. A magic wand' hath touched tho sleeping, earth, And at its summons, lo, a glorious dawn! To countless Joys rock, field and hill glvo birth. 'And myriad triumphs In a breath are born. Old winder's woe, llko mist, hath rolled nway And'oTcr all a rose-huesplendor glows; Love, pleasure, hope as flowers adorn tho 1 ' HUNT S CURE is the guaranteed cure for skin diseases. If you suffer from any such trouble, get a box from your druggist and be cured. Don't suffer the, annoyance of scaly, Itching, burning or pimply diseases of the skin, when a 50 cent box of HUNT'S CURE will relieve you, Wc guarantee one, box to cure any enc case. If It does Bot, you get your money back without question, Dut one box WILL cure. Just you try It. You can get It at your druggist. It comes in the form, of a salve and Is easily applied. Remember one box Is guaranteed to cure any one case of V. - day; Ecstatic peace 1 In every streamlet flows. SKIN DISEASE under our plodgo that you get your money back if it alls. Ask your druggist. The price Is 50 cents a box. Prepared by JL Bweet sprhig is here! jTlie Kaster of our souls! .O'erfllled wjth promise; burdened with de- A noble purpose In each A precious trensure(lu O roagln wnnd! O hour that rolls; each moment's flight, B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Tex. Your Liver's Your Life total illness. We glvo thee pralsq and gratitude for this Thy touch hath quickened blood and bruin anow cup 'of And thrilled our lips with fresh-fillebliss. I.urntia W, Sheldon, tn Metropolitan i -- faithful hand and true! EASTER RITES. A dead liver means awful sick' i oess don't let it come when In no corner pt.ls whimsical old world it Ban be prevented. Cascarets can thero bo found more naive traditions keep the liver lively and bowels tertide than those treasured in tho heart regular and ward oil serious Maccdonlau race, on tho border between Asia, eoi STRANGE of ours of Eas- of tho Europe and CA3C1RBTS kx box wctk's treat. UiggcU MlUr mol. Alt druegius. to mouth. in trkc Fottd. Million jf KFUNU STIRCM-!!- .T- QDf u ounce t m pricu tui Even before the 40 dcys' fast is flujte .overt the rejoicing that Is' to flower a.tEastorf begins, crocuswlse, to push lis bright way. upgloom' of ubstlnonco and vigil,, ward through tbo says a writer In Houtokoeper, On Pulm ' Sunday, In little bands of three und four, tho full-blow- At Kaster. on the other hand, the assemblage at Atlantic City Is recruited largely from the wealthy and Iclsuro classes t s tbo rendezvous of fsshlon at this perjod. vi Just ss are Newport and liar Harbor In midsummer equal that Kor all tha,t the Influx at Easier does ,not Tin IloulM. i Tll. when the summer excursion business is ai noou tlde almost all of Atlantic City's ono thousand especial fascinations at Kastertldo. I dinjcult hotels and boarding houses aro open to receive Umbrella the sorlns merrymakers who pour In at. tho rate t4 dctrmln,e, although tho residents of this mi kw.iih M.tiMrM un ancrlboi It all to their discovery , ,ri . of 300 carloads n day for several dnys before, ure uuMtonolls Easter. What tbo Easter Invaders lscK fa num- IsillM. g that the Gulf stream comes nearer to tho coast nra off Atlantic City than at any other place north bers they make up In spending power and this .,n 1. wn of Florida and thu Moderates tho tcmpcraturo Insures them a double welcome on tho great BLM aw kz w amusement highway where the opportunities of and softens the ,oceanj breezes In a degree not kknin-- " enjoyed elsewhere. Candor compels tho confes... I'" retail trade nre such that as much as 13,000 a L.J M. I year rental Is charged for a tiny store room. tmitioiin w, sion that thero have been Kaster Sundays when Atlantic City presented a decidedly chilly aspect That the Easter rush seaward means such n put of, doors, npd oven'under tho beat conditions golden hnrvest for the hotel keepers and mernA chants at the Ilrlgbton of America la all the nioro consideration significant when It Is taken Into that many of the Eaatcr visitors como only for "Palm. Maidens," each flourishing a festive the "week end" that Is, for the Interval from handkerchief, go from houso to houso Friday afternoon to Monday morning. singing their happy carols. Atlantic City at Kastertldo Is the board walk sssssm' Holy Thursday, radiant with red sashes from niininiQjtf w and the board walk Is Atlantic City, In the sum every balcony fluttering symbols of tbo bright-nos- a mer the great bathing beach Is, of course, the Id it wl Cotina H fM - ; .m of tho spring Is the great cggdyclng day. prime attraction for many of the visitors, but With the first egg dyed the fond mother forms tbo nobody cares to Indulge In a dip In old ocean at sign of the cross upon the faco and neck of her IwI Easter unless, mayhap, It be some venturesome B n fl HI - - - J I. dear, wco nestling, saying: ' Maycst thou grow as U 1ISD Individual In quest of notoriety. This being tho 104 0 Main uu--- i. red aa this egg and strong as a stone." Then genCenter of attraccase, the board walk becomes-thtly sho places It beside tho Icon of tho Virgin tion and right well does It meet the responsibil whero It remains during tho coming year per-- . ity. Following tho exnmplo of Atlantic City, al hap for a tender reminder to tho holy Imago most every sessldo community has erected ri of tho wish that the earthly mother has Just ut-- ' : for fsrmrr. board walk, but tho ono at Atlantic City is In a tered that tho dlvlno mother may grant its ful... . v eiclir:ei aniic ib . iiy by itself. It is upward of five miles long, Is class fillment. WIRE, CnObi-AnlM- t 10 (cet wlda throughout Its muln section and cost At, - o'clock Knstor even n midnight mass Is -and ail necc ry celebra'ted. Tho Gospol Is read In tho churchtuoro than a quarter of a million dollars. s yard "beneath tbo silent stars." Thero follows nlTTCB On tho one hand this board walk affords tbo Joyous hymn "Christ Is Illsen" the glad outnn unobstructed view of the sea, whllo burst of ilrearms, the clattering tongues of bells. nu tho other tho marina esplanade Is lined with Tho priori, holding up a lighted candlo, bids alt hundreds of restaurants, amusement places of VC "Como and receive light," and In happy confusion every Imnglnnblo kind and tho most fascinating lights Its candles. thojtlirong shops In America. Interspersed at frequent inter..Ik- With these little flickering torches In their vals aro urt nuctlon rooms. A largo proportion 132 8. Second eager hands, they turn to tho church. The doors of tho visitors to Atlantic City aro women and they knock, their lint closed and locked. of course no woman can resist tho temptation at ChF voices raised In solemn chant: real bargains- -a fact of which tho wily Jqps who " "I.lft (he gates, O yo rulers of ours, and yn conduct theso auction emporiums are manifestly gates bo lifted, for there will enter Christ, well aware. Asldq from the novtr-endlnproces eternal the King of Glory!" sion of variegated humanity, unlimited freo buiiMi". .j ft'- -r r I ' . .. A voice within demands: "Who U this King of amusement Is provided by the picturesque "bark. "i a lory?" ers," tho fakirs, tho street musicians and tho sand . ro t ,i a , market And tho answer breaks forth oxultantly: "Ho uculptors who lino the board walk. Finally great la Iho mX strong and powerful. Ho Is tho tard amusement piers of stnl construction each, In mighty In war!" effect, u "nunc" of tho board walk extend sea R0GER . Homo from thof scrvlcemaav slip red eggs un- ward fran tho beach a third of a mllo or more der their sleeping, children's pillows that; when and .afford visitors all tho sensations of Ufa on (tliq lltyo ones awak'u Kaster morning (hey may nn 'ocean' liner savo tho seaslckncrs. On these sa.ottila personification discover th.U iMsclialla, tho female """" " , , , A?v iHYiw piers are tho groat music hulls and concert of Easter, has surprised the household with a where aro hold thu popular dances fur fulry visit. wMth Atlantic City Is famous. '" ' l lit . u, '. it., t . Ii raw . - -- nnac Kmc. itinliic ll. runs I ,..- GRAIN and - it WT L e TELEPHONE 1 1 1 1- prom-enader- ...nnl s.nssrisiiu .u... -- ARAPOIID g 1 JONES & 1 it TR4GIC RECOLLECTION. MANY MABRAY VICTIMS SOU OF CLERGYMAN ASSISTED MAN. IN DUPINO COLLEGE Carrltd Alonj by AiiBraiices of Friend, thlr Texan Loat.il8.000 on Wren-lin- g Match. ' Council llltiff,,' , Wednenlay'a alon uf the trial of Joint C. .Mabray and bO otlur drfrmlantii, charged with awllf dllng by alleged nliio of tha mailt, produced a k.lol.l.-.copof teatl- mony not jet etile .luring tlio trial. ine iMiuiioiiy of tictliiia planil on tbe tatid, while rrlirurnlng exiierlenrea lit many rrpiYt not dlliitllar from thoie already recite,! to Ihe jury, ai often 1y ron whne erionality coinplrtely changed tlin roinpletlnii of tlm njoteiu by which they wvrr Induced to mnke to the collection alleged to hate Uen taknn up by thb ilefendant. William II. MtCratli, S1, u graduate of tlui I nitrralty of MliuiMdta and of the St. Paul pcliool, waa aa eaa-ilduped out of 10,000 na waa Jaruea II. File of iWi, III., agcl 74 jmrt, who teatlfled to the Iota of a aliiillur amount T. K. (ieorgn of San Antonio, Tex., lost I8,000 Jamca Webber of $3,0M), and II. II. Scbnrman, a Cerman farmer and atoekman of Kan., 15,000; total J4H.000, ai the amount which wltneatca told of loning. 1,i,rDI'v-.- v lcr meet with I i -- any serl Danger In Spitting on .aldtwalWi'. In' order to ..show that spitting on the sidewalks" dangerous to health, an In-- , Simple That li vestlgntlonIsrijfs been mndtftiy iir John Free from O'plate'a and HarmHobcrtton, nledlcnl health officer of ful' Drugt. nirmlnghnm, Knglabd, which shows An erfcctfT remedy that will. nan-all- y that acven per cent. oftho "spits" In public, places contained conbreak up a cold In twenty-fou- r hours, It cally made by mixing to- sumption germs. On tho other hand gether In a largo bottlo two ounces of the dust collected from tho floors of (llycerlno, a of Virgin Oil the cottages of tho Adirondack Cottage of Pine compound pure nnd eight sanitarium has been found to bo frco germs, showing that a ounces of puro Whisky Thla mix-tur- o of tuberculosis careful consumptive Is not dangerous. will tmro' any cough that Is nnd In not expensive ns It makes A Hard Worker. enough tor, last the average family an Tramp I'd like tcr do something to entire year. Virgin Oil of ;Plne compound pure Is prepared only In tho j.ny for alt this, but I'm a cripple, laboratories of the Leach Chemical muraV( Housekeeper You don't look Co., Cincinnati. O. A GOOD COUGH, MIXTURE. r - , y col-lect- POTASH Potash has a direct relation to the increase It it like money put into a in your bank account successful manufactured plant It pays dividends Potash produces more and better crops, and tho difference between a good bank balance I half-ounc- cur-abl- e, .. .11 I. ....),. :. Pnlaih 1 ilk wnfMv Potasb Pays , ifv-:- ; mj P i met my wlfi tragSc" vm WISHED EVERY WINTER Cough ana uoia nsasnpuvii Hit cureo nuiiui ,. gt lira IBal:,l . IWU ,..n-- frt I 1. tjttto ...j Thrn rot. nan a null oi kuuu n it lho other two lncro-It Toko n toasnoonful to ounce m""" Concentrated I'lne of . nf nirrrrlne ' and Jw lt Potash isn't ell there is to fertilizine, but What's tho matter? it is so essential that you must consider it Tramp Writer's cramp, mum. I'vo Urce your fertilizer dealer to carry been keeping a list of all tho people Potash Salts in stock. He will have ,wot offered mo work, mum. no trouble in buyine them .if He wjll A man's power depends on tho write to us about it. strength of his conviction not on the GERMAN KALI WORKS number of his followers. John Oliver Hobbes. Baltlaore. Mall BalbJIac Cos-tlseat- y ksrtlanu ai .t it Louie W. Stone, on of an Kplocopat twenty-fou- r houra. Out rector of .Miniieaoll, aolicltnl McUratb C't only tno genuine: taw L. Jin Kach half ounce bottle in the matter, auuting him that it wraa "l wro'to her a poem on my 'new caie. former college friendship that prompted typewriter, lt began 'How like a flow pat up In a tin screw-toblm to aak the witneia to awWt him to cm tbe weaker plno prepnraer your faco Is.' " drugclat haa it on nana or carry out the acheme, areordlns to the "Yes." witneti' teitimony, and it waa thia decfXtt U from hi wholeaole "Tho curacd wrote It, 'IloW laration that decided him to bring $10,-00-0 like flour your raachlne " face Is!' IccMi In UCU wnu. ouunu iuu (le'leacb time" mil is saiu 10 rold and couch renv l beB. It frequently cures the !., U-o- Li to 7 lt Uriel's Opportunity In Turkey. to Council IllutTa. InGold Given Away in Frizes tfe wiio Dae o l Foley Named Aiiiatant to Vici Pitaident Park. Clilcago. The opinion that the future of the llllnoia Central railroad will be dominated by tbe Union Pacific intereata waa atrengthened totlay by the official announcement of the appointment of T. J. Foley to be; aniiUnt to Vice 1'iwl- dent Park. ,lr. Foley waa formerly of the general auierlntendeiit i acrid. Union Pacific at Omaha. lt ia atated that were it not for the A Solar Plexus. k occasion 8am Ilerncr, the government aut akklng for a diaodution Pacific kj stnarer of Jnmea J. Jeffrie, of the Union intnall California town, sound- - combination, the llarrlman tinea managei cf tbe rcaldenta aa to tbe ment would, ere tlii, liuve Inn .extanJ-e.the llllnoia CVntraL Until ptj cf holding a prlro -fight the to includeault "hall have, been decided merger pc'.lce force, n clownish-lookto klirldual wl'h n huge badge. the llllnoia Central may be continue with a dlatinct organization. lot Sana Irmatlgatlons. i cu t told no prlie fight In thla Itcto, aald lho pollco force, PENSION BILL RETIREMENT JtsiaiSr In hit beat "I be tho- il tones, "It I agin' the law, Reported Favorably by House Commit t ttand for It" tee on Civil Service Reform. k.Wat It." aald llerecr, In dlaWaahliiHon. The bouae committee on do you know about law! ut I ery ppearanco In public reform In the civil aervlre will retort favorably a bill providing for retirement pleoaaoor.' Llpjilncott's. of nentiona hr acain2 cltll acrvlce em- " ploye of the government. ttft Behind. a a model the other day," An age limit of eO, with certain t ion of the president, In the artist aadly, ",'or her beautiful I aaw anythlnE nulte ao ta died liv thn bill. It contalna tiro- pent or abundant When ahe vialona for paat acrvlce payment by which didn't like the way aho had euperannuatcd employe lc than 70 laiked her tochango It yeara old contribute the fixed percentage had a kind of crabar- - of their aalarlea between the time of the lock, but the went behind tho naaaare of the act and the attainment of iasd took It down and did lt up 70 yeara of acrvicc, the government to Itritiin. When aho carao from pay the eni!on after that on tho aumc icreen I was shocked. baala aa If the employe had been conIkid left halt her beautiful hair tributing bla ercentagc ail thoo yeara. T. Ocne Washburn, preildunt of , wrltca: sceJfEf. blurrc-a- t opportunity, n wonaer rtsnltr. and It l a call cape- Ther believe In to Arorlran, tor la Turkey They tnut ua. In and i It tobodr they believe kntix do Americana In Tuikoy. tec that we hare no selfish !atlw there, Wo do not want wo are-- not their iwftory. itttrr to overthrow the Turklih hstDt and they understand fully I tut e are doing there we are tier their rood. They may think it. clttike. but tbey know we Lent, and they know wo are do- !crtte:r rood. Tbey truat ua a I trot cclody cite, and const- r It li a treat opportunity, a tntsl crportunlly, for ua to ro on try to make tbcae people under Itto C'hrUt la and what Chrlit la r o An fntereiting wltnea today wai T. K. fieorge of San Antonio, Tex., who aald he wai relieved of $18,000 in connection with a w roiling match at New Urleani two yeara ago, in which one of the apjwrrntly aulTcreil a acrioita hemorrhage in the aecnnd bout. He named .? 11 Wright, now under Indictment but not yet arrratcd, aa tbe "friend' who led him into the affair. TINY BABY'S PITIFUL CASE - To HARRIMAN CONTROL FOR I. C. J. Pacific-Souther- 1 1 - Jr "Our baby when two months old was suffering with terrible- eczema from head to foot, all over "her Tiody; The baby looked Just like a skinned rabbit. Wo were unable to put clothes on her. At first lt seemed to be a fow mattered pimples. Tbey would break the skin and peel off leaving tho un dcrneath skin red as though It were scalds. Then a few moro pimples would appear and spread all over the body, leaving the baby all raw without skin from head to foot On top. of her head thcro appeared a, heavy scab a quarter of an Inch thick. It was aw ful to see so small a baby look as she did. Imagine! Tbe doctor was afraid to put his hands to tho child. We tried scrcral doctors' remedies but all failed. 'Then we decided to try Cutlcura. Dy using tho Cutlcura Ointment we softened the scab and It came off. Under this, where tho real matter was, by washing with the Cutlcura Soap and applying tho Cutlcura Ointment, a new skin soon appeared. We also rave baby four drops of tho Cutlcura Resolrent three times dally. After three days you could see tho baby gaining a llttlo skin which would peel off and heal underneath. Now the baby Is four months old. She Is a fine picture of n fat llttlo baby nnd all la well. Wo only used one enko of Cut! cura Soap, two boxes of Cutlcura Ointment and ono bottle of Cutlcura He-- , solvent If people would know what Cutlcura Is there would be few suffer ing with eczema. Mrt. Joseph Kosamann, 7 St. John's Place, IUdgewoo4 Heights. N. V., Apr. 30 and May. V '0 Advice. "Your boy Jerry has a grand nee, said Mr. Dolan. "Yes. He says he's golng,lnto grand opera." replied Mr. Rafferty. ' 'He wants, says he, to have the 'crowds leanln' forward to catch every tono aa ho lifts his voice to express things that no one but himself can fully compre- Defiance Laundry Starch Five hundred and'sevehty-twcash prizes divided as follows, to the man, woman or child who sends to us before November 15, 1910, the largest number of trade marks, "THE GLADIATOR," cut from out" 16 ounce package, (or two. froiri our, ciotmbe; package to be cftwt! as we will give TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS Df , E CASH. To the one sending the next largest number ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, IN CASH, and to the next twenty, TWENTY-FIVDOLLARS each. To the next fifty, TEN DOLLARS each. The next two hundred, TWO DOLLARS each. The next three hundred, ONE. DOLLAR each; in all, 572 prizes distributed as follows J' 200 300 S72 Prizes, ia all. 50 20 1 Graad Cask 1 Graad Cask Cask Prize. Cask Prizes,' 25.00 cack 10.00 eack Cask Prizes,' 2.00 eack Cask Prizes, 1.00 eack itia Prize, $200.00 . . . Prize 100.00 . . . . . . .. . -. .- . $ 200.00 100.00 300:00 $2000.00 to .... . 500.00 500.00 400.00 1 The question may arise in your mind, " How can we afford to do this?" The answer is : we found by experience that instead of using $5,000 for advertising to cover a certain field, by giving $2,000 of this amount to the ladies in cash premiums and using the other $3,000 for advertising, we obtain much better results.. Reasons Why You Should Use Defiance Starch It U the very beat cold water starch oat tie amarkst It cam ako be sweel as boiled starch It stvir stick (o the iroa It coataifls 16 evaces to the package, as ajaiast ether breads' ealy 12 once mere starch lasts leaf er d quicker aad twice as easy where the starch sever sticks Irealaa caa be sloae Oae-thir- d ene-thir- tl one-thir- - In addition to these reasons, some one must secure one of the grand cashpriies. Thiak of capturing the grand cash prize ef ekhcr.ECO.00 or $100-0- 0 to be received just before Christmas. All prizes will be distributed not later than Dec. 10, 1910., ti f-Pt- motlin-catlnn- ; Start the Ball Rolling 'oae-tkJr- dim-re- ter 1 tr.o I ft uit icreen'" I Sufficiently to Walk. Go Abroad. Waablngton.Senator Tillman left for Klrr ConVn w priblr flat at timet, nnrl Ihi.rn hla home in Trenton, S. C, Wednexlay. Willie doubt of what did It A The senator, who a few wrcka api waa toman gives her oipcrlcnco: at death's door and rallied by hi won 4 to haie liver troublo nearly derful lality, is well enough to walk, "me mid took medicine and his physicians declare Micro la no Meted mo only for n little lang:r in his traveling. If It la not ! aible for tho senator to return in time Illddpntv ilnnl.ln.i .... ...in. for the close of this session of congres It Is probable he will go abroad for n . lUlUUVIJa, 11 I'M though every tlrao I took a reat after he haa recovered turtner. r .jhj uio. No ono could mere and llvo. BLUE AND GRAY MINGLE. ll"J I CDt i1nn u .I.V lll. -- w... B.WIV Villi f. " the atomach.thm l. .nnl,l Confederates Attend G. A. R. Campfire at Little Rock. l?Tk r la t,ci1, and m tomach -i evm milk. Tho doctor Little Hock. Tho annual state en I M co that It i ii.i .. campment of tho (Ira ml Army of tho (!en. woul1 tute llo,bdt wa.i held in Little Hock. t:-not glvo lt up. Samuel H. Van Saut of St. Paul, It "(; II land brought homo a of tho (Irand Army, waa i. no ii.huv tiresent. and delivered an address ill - -' airB to dlroctlona. It which be urged that all old soldiers be y th'ni; ,f that would etay come jiiembera of tlie (1. It., UUl limi nnd 1 so" Got bo I under all circumstances, the order, from ii lorn! cuinn to the national department, 1 L"Kan togctbcttpr.and le condmicd in such manner us to culll- k cJlnod In btrength nnd ute n cordial aplrlt between tho runka of the blue and the gray. wiai mowtioio ,r:jl, Iit B,T """"u a roffoo lrlnk- WANTS BONDS RETURNED fct r inj: belter waa due.to Oil DliccmfortT Recovered rt WHAT'S THE USE to a Habit When It hend." "Jerry says taat, does hcT" "He docs." "Toll him to be an auctioneer. He SENATOR TILLMAN GOES HOME can do the same thing and the money is surer." May Meant Haa I being a burthen to ourselves. They help ua to forget tbo crossness of men nnd things; compose our cares and our passions; and lay our disappointments asleep. When we are weary of tbo living we may repair to tbo dead, who havo nothing of peevishness, prldo or design In their conversation. Jeremy Collier. Examlno carefully every bottle of CASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy for infanta and children, and sco that it Bears tho Book Companionship. Hooks aro a guide In youth and an entertainment for age. Tbey support us under solitude nnd keep us from Begin at once 'to arrange for your children to solicit vrho will give you the "trade marks.", ,Even thosewho do not wish to compete for any o( the priits d more starch by using "Defiance.' This will get is sufficient inducement for giving it a trial. Ladies can arrange clubs o( a dozen or more and the trade marks be sent in under one name and divide the prize among them--' selves, if they wish. BEWAXE of a dealer who would rather sell a 12 ounce package than a 16 ounce Dackage, because customers buy oftcner. We say to you. if you have a dealer in town astckafes.' who keeps DEFIAWCE STARCH. 16 that is the place .to buy ALL of your goods in his line, because it is evident he has some Interest in his custom-ewelfare. Some dealer in your town will be sure to ketp on hand this starch. Save all trade marks until November 10th. or 12th, of this year, and then send them to THE DEFIANCE STARCH COMPANY. OMAHA. NEBRASKA, by mail, either by letter or parcel post. In doing so, be sure and give your name and correct address. In case of a " tie" in the two grand cash prizes, the prize will have to be divided. We have deposited $2,000 with the MtrckaaU National Basil, of Omaha, Nebraska, payable to the order of A. M. Pinto, who is the treasurer of a large corporation having offices in 24 cities in the United States. Mr. Pinto will superintend the distribution of the prizes. Remember, there are 570 prizes, besides the two grand received by us by the trade marks Rrizes. That all Giveplainly your must beuame and address, 15th. correct eur neighbors Has No Equal. can 4 REQUIRES NO COOHS PREPARED l"r Important to Mothers. A Word (o'ifce Retail Dealer W tay to the null dfiVr who la not handling DCflANCC f a STARCH now, l( r will bur Iran hia Jobber (M pukagn)or on full caw (72 l&ounctpickJS)h nur return to us anr unsold portion of such half or full cut aa h mar e will tend him a v on hand November 15th. and draft for the tame, at hit ctl price. Ur Ihit method no dealer need feel that he ia liking anr ritk la buving a hill or full cm of thla atarcb at once. FOR tut Slgnaturo In Uso For Over 1 1 JM Years, Tho Kind You Havo Always Uought Defiaace Starch Co. Omaha, Nebraska DEnANCE5TAHCHC0 1U o 1 PURPOSES WW diy St -- I' The Wise Doc. "Tho doctor has ordered me to eat only tho plainest food." "For how long?" "Till I have paid his bill, I guess." ,V .. . .! V ........ M h 11 PAZO OIN I'M K.Vt' I guarantee.! to rut. anjr rau of Ik bin, lillii.l. lllve-lltia- c in I'rotniOlta 1'ilaa la ttulliUrsotuiuiifjr mfuiHltHl. Wa Color moraooodi brlohlcr and failtr caloro than anr other You caa dis anj girmtnl althout rlpslns at art. Writs Ur frtltoolUt PUTNAM FADELESS DYES di. Ono too 7 paeltoe colors all ftbirs. Thee dia In cold atsr bstlsr tnsn ant athar aSc NotktaOis.Olcach aad Mil Colors. MONROE DRUQ CO., Qulnoy, atevMe Simple Ea:y NO HONING To enjoy lovo or sausages one must bavo a lot of confidence. IIAIIKINO, ll.tCKIMI, ItAM'INd t'lllTOH quit-Mlif Lhhi Jfafe'im. rail Imi bmfct-tuUX fer uirr 4) (rur-J-r tint IliUoM. but Tlicro Is uo wrong a man can do Is n thwarting of tho living right. MacUouald. Quick NO STROPPING ' rarearbruraatluu.ttomtch trouble, tain andblnoZ lilMNiu-i- . 'I'lHiuwndt eurod. r'tir MARLIN. TEX1S ea, TbsCarlabador bultu ulncit water tn Ibo lllu.lrll 1lu. h f" ft - 1 ai f m ... - i .,, U,1 ,eU'' VrT, )r.U WlU U of thosu autforlmr from ll " f ""Mumming roaium. tnsU'J 80W l'so 7 ,0 tny 1 RBtonlihmont, ' .. flllVltilnn. nlimil li 1 tnko ir.cillcluo any larkp K ' l,uri -- Thore'anHenaon.roll ul liuuiaa "4 tue tlanaluro tit K. V. (JlmVif. LwU tba World PATENT VOim JDKAS. Itook TM7mr bring Louisiana Senator Asks Government for liars. AtkfouruiureUtitbuiilll. our u cur a Cold In Una tmjr. tie ttiSSS, ab. "Carpetbag," Bondi. ! Never deneiid on u stuttering man. Iteform Is n good thing when applied McKnery KNOWN THS WORLD OVSK U'.tsldimton.--Senatohas Ho'll break his word. r to tbo other fellow. W. N. U., MEMPHIsr NO, to direct tho secietary of auVeil of tho treasury to return to tho slate lAiuislaiia tlie lionds ol wiai siuiu now held by tho government. These Iwiid were Issued in 1805, by the mr!tbag the government. These are tuiid to onlv state bonds Issued, under the ent iwlliii? reuime III the South now III tlis Uiilteil Slates treasury. Because of those ugly, grluly, grey heirs. Uae "I. A ORKOL8" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, ei.oo, retail. irf,,tvl' rr. lj THE GOOD OLD DAYS. Holt, ON VARIOUS PERTAINING TOPIC? MAT desire to inform my friends that I nm 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 appreciatcd,whether large or small. Stnto tnsurnnco Commissioner mid editor of tlio Kentucky llrpublicaii, responded to tho toast. "Tln flood Old Itays," nt n banquet It Is so Rood In I.oulsvlllc recently that we reproduce for the Courier reader How would you like to return to the (lood Old Days before tlio hill collector wan turned loose upon the unprotected public T Ilefore people knew that they had concealed within their anatomies that dreadful and worthies, piece of machinery known as the verlform up Clin V WOMEN TO QENERAL TERS OF INTEREST. An lndliptn.bt for ths Drtsitnc Cut Hint as to Choice of C.rpst Un Vtlvstssn for Silk. In a) ruth-ln- 9 OF MIDDLE AGE A. A. FARIS But ! pendlx 7 When every doctor had his "saddle bag" with him, and no matter what tlio trouble wax, he Knvti you calomel and quinine, and It always cured you T Ilefore we Mro notified on ovary hand that counties thousands of microbes lurked In ev erythliiR from love's first honeyed kls to a skillet of fried onions 7 Ilefore It became stylish to sleep away tlio Iohr winter Ik lit on n hard, thin mattress between two cold death-dealin11 I i i I I An achine back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. This liniment takes the place of nmi.ige and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief, Here's the Proof. Mt.JlKK O. I.KK, Of 1100 tin Hi.. TbtrlT j.ara.co I fall from ail mm- ouilf Injur ! inf Uck I lurwrtsl larrt-- I Mr altlm'., fronlh..m.llof mjtatk .11 trooiitl mj itotuacb wa. Jutt aa If I had b4Q with a .tub. 1 uwt ct.rxplMtrr I ooalJ with nnr.ll.f. Mmd'i IJnlm.nl took lb. pain rlihl oat, and I ftn now ilo i much ld,Ur witch bstel Is a Koal fnco wash after inotorlntc. and Is also of Tlue In so many ways that Need Lydia H. Pinklmm's ovrry woman should bavn borax and witch hniel on hur drrislng case, says yegeiame compound UrookfU'lil, Mo - Tun,--,. an authority on such matters, A llttla . blcarbonats of soda and ortls root la was uimhlo to ! nt y k a t tho bath makes It much mora plfiur-nblo- . A llttlo borsx Whrn choosing a carpet. If you have to study economy, select one with a small pnttrrn, and of rather a light color The small pattern cuts to greater advantage, for there U lets Ut rtt..t 1 IU13K "A r 1 rtr lt (t ' f 1 Mi Ask You to nheets 7 When eggs were so cheap that your wife didn't hoard them up and rush i them off to market, without leaving even enough for an crriior 7 When boy wore brass toed boots, and Rlrls dressed In plain dreisses and wore their hair plaited down their backs without a surrcs Hon of spit curls, rat and psyche j I knots ? When everybody used the same , kind of "coIokii 7" When nn Invitation to a. wedding and the. "infalr" didn't have to be responded to with a cut Kins punchbowl, when In all probability the very same day you ent the nforusald bowl you were forced to drink butter-mltout of n stone china coffee cup 7 When there were no telephones by which your wife could order a lot of trash that she did not need, and could notify you to come home before you k wot k u my m.n In lb .bap, thank, to Sloan's tt;.: "Aft.r Itn affllll l.r Ura Imm with arn.uwatlmi, I siad Xloan't Jnlmoot, ivl wa. lfl .oatul and all,andaiu(ladto.r I ba-l- lr ime-oai- 'Liniment Mr. J, r. KVA.11, of Mt. AUr. (1... trooblaj with rb.amalUmtaf.n'b.n .In... Mr laf wa. tvollan f rum ntj hip la i a win. 1 00a me hit im, pain ana twaiuo oak" We just ask you to see and examine this range before purchasing : : : : j Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a 1.. 1 imicuicHiuy tor 01 matism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Prlc.,i..M... 11.00 A4raa 10. .aallrr .eat Dr. mm OiM'a . .alita. ah.rp, Hk St. Louis Furniture Co. Absence of Friction is the secret of the unequaled smoothness of action of the UNDERWOOD STANDARD TYPEWRITER The escapement and carriage movements are the type bar and key action In absolutely perfect ballance. This gives a lightness of touch and a smoothness or action not to be found In any other typewriter on the market. That Is why most stenographers choose the Underwood. They know that work can be done quicker, easier and more accurately. You uru Interested lu a subtiititlat Bavins of tlmu together with a marked Improvement In the character of your work-- lot ub show you u few of tho exclusive fcutures of had scarcely struck the club or the corner grocery ? When a girl could make up her bed and sweep her room wtthutit having a well defined case of "nervous pros tration ?'" When a boy could split a little kindling and carry In two buckets of coal without bavins a pain In hi side or tho headache 7 When mother could get C children off In time for school, do all the household work, take a lot of good things to several sick neighbor and not have to be sent annually to the hospital for repairs 7 When mothers looked after their babies Instead of the pet dog 7 When men settled their difficulties by appealing to their neighbors or with bare fists. Instead of with Win ? cheaters and in tho court-rooWhen a man could take a little wine for his stomach's sake without going home drunk and beating up hi wife and terrorizing tho children gen crally 7 When you didn't have to sell a good horse to buy your wife a bat. and a farm to buy her a coat suit ? When a woman's evening dress came as high up as It did low down? When a boy at Christmas time wa satisfied with a package of and threo hog bladders, and a girl was delighted with a china doll and a candy sheep 7 Before kids learned to wrlto a let ter to Santa Claus, asking for wa gons, guns, pistols, dolls, doll bug gies, doll beds, trains, automobiles, candy, bananas, orange; nuts, wear-lug apparel of every description and a cart and a llvo pony 7 When we used candles and tallow dip and didn't have to pay tribute to tho Standard Oil Co. 7 When boys spoke of their parents as "father" and "mother" liiBtend of "the old lady" and tho "governor"? When children were taught to obey their parents rather than parents mndo to obey tho child 7 Whou shoes were fitted to the feet and not feet fitted to the shoe ? When everybody worked, Including father 7 When women's shoe heels were really where they ought to be and not stuck In tho shoo at an angle of 45 degrees 7 How would you like to return to the, Good Old Days, when folks weut to church to take part lu tho services and not to sou how many pretty fixings they could put on and sue what other folkH woro 7 When folks went from from church and discussed tho good polntM lu the sermon rather than cuss tho minis- tor for not being more entertaining and for preaching more than thirty minutes ? -- Eiri S. Stan, BmIh. Mm..U.SJl waste In matching the deitgn as the breadths are sewn together, and when the wool begins to wear the light color will not contrast so painfully again. t the string foundation as It would If It were many shades darker la tone. Hy rubbing a fresh lemon thoroughly Into a sponge which has become slimy and riming It several times In lukewarm water It will be at nice ngaln as when It was new. Neetllebooks are much better made with leaves of chamois leather or floe flanlinen. Instead of the nel. Flannel It often prepared with sulphur, and this tends to nut the needles. Chamois leather, on the other hand, keeps them beautifully bright I'se a piece of velveteen for brush ing silk Try It on a black ttlk petti coat, and tee bow perfectly It wipes away all traces of dust from frills and rumen. Any brush, however soft, acts as an Irritant to silk, but the velveteen removes all dutt without any Injury to the silk of sunthadet, etc Many women find It a great comfort to sew a black or colored cross on the band of every dress skirt. In the exact middle of the front In this way, you can Inttantly and unroascloutly be sure that your skirt It on perfectly straight Thlt tame Idea rarrlrd out with all the white, cloth or .Ilk under VRMaMe ,"' Lf of 1 "'.ImU-tLata contin. ! It Dole '""Ifiu, je.rBr.v.,fUoj.a j cal Tho ChatiCTof Ijtmnttcri-iH'ricxI of a woman , iwrlcctof health at t ,; , icaarsF1 Ijfe t.t, bcr that tlifiw Is 1,1 . known to nmliciiw ti n rrsRfully carry xvm.., t,at" trying a, 1 u x j j. , tlvo roots ami hrrbi For 00 jears It, )M men from tho worst f rr 7 1 - Ills Itiil.imm.nthii uir.raMo- pLiri'tiienta. tlbrMd tumr ? 1 ln tV'ztx f!tL, ties. irliHlie UtkacSie, vA nervous jirostratKn, ot wimiI.I Ilko KiMTlal ruhlfe If j rUMiiit j our n wrlto a ronnden. . Ilnl ...... fit K- - ,111. .1.1 . Hiiniii, u lOiui. ?fiM. r mhlra h fne, it. inrA liftr " ')" 1M IIIIU HAVE YOU NOTICE- O- tklrts lence, Don't Pay Too Much for Your Drugs and Medicines Don't pay too little One is as foolish ns the other. Pny the reasonable price, but rather economize in other ways than buy medicine that is not right in pricefor it is sure to be not right in quality. At Helm & Ellison's you can depend on the goods being positively right, and our solid policy always insures the price being right too. Pay Helm & Ellison's price and get Helm & Ellison's quality and you will always be right. A doien double hooks for under shelves tt a great convenience where 'Ii,- urw a elotet It not made to accommodate of thlt sort of a rod for coat hangers. Then, too, off you are ? the double hooks will bold the skirt hangers while the rods will not. The Jutt one trial will e n l Japanned ones are IS cnU dosen and the thread of a screw Is a part HcbmldL or ine noor, so any one can put them up without any tools. These double under shelf books will double the ca paclty of any cloeet. We arc Agents for the Thr flexible knife that Is such a fa vorite with so many housewives can be bought In alt sites at any hardware or department store, but It Is known Insurance Companies there as a "palette knife- - will provo a helpful conven Then tew a four-Incilrlp of tape lengthwise near the top and on lbs wrong aide of all undenklrU; tt It tucn a roinrort to hang them up to thlt way rather than by tying the string, or hooking the tklrt together. Always keep half a teatpooaful of rice In every talt tbaker. It keeps the tail from either sticking or caking and ineurea a ready flow at all times. . (,a ( That when the tl , arc 011 you bar ill- 1. u That when th- ru0. u x passablu Hie roal im is s Ttiat when you ul .s u do you are in. 1,1,. j ,, u Tltat whon you Imi, j1 ryltiK you, you t.xu, t It Is a sure Ikii Hit' .t ik-thavo something ' That the reaion 'i luri. better Is becaum- - )iur t.i . Is not adopted by u rr. - mtl That the more - let o , : nu,.'' OLDEST in Hickman Helm & Ellison Poulet. string beans, one cupful ratlk, yolks of two eggt, two tableepoonfult lemon Juice, no. tableepoonful chopped parsley, one ta- Diespoonrul flour, one tableepoonful butter, half a teaspoonful salt, half a teatpoonful pepper Mix the butter and flour smooth In a saucepan, pour in me milk, stir over the Ore until boiling and add the salt, pepper and beans, continue stirring until steam Ing hot, then tura la the beaten yolks ana tne remaining Ingredients and serve at once. In case the dish can not be used Immediately omit the yolks of eggs and lemon Juice until tne moment or serving. Stuffed Temataaa Clean six largo Arm tomatoa and slice a piece from stem end Urge enough to scoop out with a targe teaspoon. Bosk enough stale bread t crura ut; anout In three cupful COld water or In atnrk- - nra add the tomato pulp, a small grated onion sfid one clove of .nma parsley, sslt aad a little red pepper, iwo nara boiled eggs grated aad tome (rated cheese If desired. Mix thee String Beans a Two cupfuls boiled Is They are companirt that hivt been here longer than asyclJ-er- . Ii your property ir.utf J ' It Ii too late when the aUin oundi to think of a pc'.ic Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent WLDOUGUS 3.$350&$4.SHOES BUT5 Ilium I LoansTI Euncc Ull II1IIUO Tenn.,nndinl'uitonu.r 5 per and lrlo will mnkc Farm Ifv-nti-- Loans i WW Weakley in Obion Counties, Ingredients thoroughly and All tomatoes almost to top; put a small piece of bacon over them last. Put them Into a pan and bake 20 mlnnfi.a in . moderate oven. These are excellent Muihroomt and Tomato. Wash, scrub and peel half a pound or rresn mutnrooms. Ilear In small pieces and saute In butter. Sktn al tomatoes: slice the tomatoes and ar. range with the sauted mushrooms In layers In a buttered baking dish or la ramekins. Cover with a tomato sauoe well seasoned with onion. When dish Is filled cover with buttered bread crumbs and bake unUI crumbs are browned. Serve In the oaklet dish with a clean napkin folded seaUy arouna siaes or aitn. MULES I ty. Ky., at the rate of cent per annum on loans of $2,000 or more on first class improved farms. Forty per cent of the f.irtn vinuc ui on loaned. Loans mnde farms ot niiy more on five years time IUII r .ll ..1 ,.f WlllbC , THE Dousl.. for peit .?JV".0r" and alwar. find tho.. ara Ihi Hart, th.y far lun.rlor loall olh.r filch grade .ho.. IntUla, tomfort and durability " W. a. JONES. LARGEST MAKFP. iNfl RPTAII CR OF MEN S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD, TO OTHER MAKES," 1. w- ut'0" I O loriet at Brockton, Ma..., and .how you how carefully W. L. Doug!., thoe. ara mads, you would reallxe why they hold their thape, fit better, wear longer, and tro of greater value than any other make. ll'I'Mi.V-fI'A l. that W. (i mill, Howard l.L. ..... I Ava., Ullca. N, V i r I. Dauirlat uama and i.rl, "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sis., LOUISVILLE Andrew Hone, boh of J. J. Hone. died ut his home on No. 9 Island last Thursday, of rheumatism. The young man was about 17 years old. lie is survived by his father and mother, four brothers and throo sisters, took place at Hrownuvllle Uiry Friday afternoon. l come- llur-la- Mall Wo havo about CO head of Rood A- - S- work mules. ruiiKlnir from three to eight years old, for sale. Also a few norsea and Kood marts. Will sell Tho Courier's "Wuut Column" lu either for Gash or credit with food suro to find you a buyer. Costs lo note. for each word. Try It. J. L. OeiMe Co. rOKBAUUT- - l atalu., w I..Iou1aa,VnK.aH(S MULES I from date of loan, inter being stopped on partial payment made. size partial payment sired nt intervals ol yea months after one withpriviletje to borrower of pnying 3i,,ne r,cr M, an) year in full or making de- BAKKE'lT nm a nl Attorney-at-Law I N i r;iv. . Tenn. I, 4 t. JMMOW LIVING nw limn THE HICKMAN COURIER. TBam A BLUE MARC that rear hM ciplred llenow promptly Uiov wnnt th TPr to com to too After thl monlh mrn HKRK Hitif. 0U)T .!Q is thB thai PaUs lhe Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Crease the Axles at Your Ulagan, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up lHftO HO. VOLUME Ol FAPT.R IH WEBTERH XENTOOKT 40 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. WHOLE H0.U-1O- 1 ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR Marshal's Sale for Taxes April 11th, 1910, It be the first day of the April term M ,f the Fulton County Court, at the In Hlekman, Ky., Cwrt Houio door 0fl Monday, SHORT STOPS Ken-tucky- 'a Sunday la Easter. Marriage may or may not prolong O Ufa but it gives many a Hickman folto the highest bidder, for ell I will low a lot to think about. Everybody In explaining that tho (,ih, (or taxes duo tho City of Hlek pin for the year 1909 and tho eott cost of living la high, but nobody Is described real tnakluK It Tuny lower. A discarded automobile tiro makes ef sale, the followlno a good Ufa preserver. Its buoyancy iitate, astessed In the names of the is sufficient to keep sovcra people following parties, towns Tho movement to protect trees is a cnnA una mil afloat, Two dollars Is added In each ease O should have a hearty encouragement r eoits. rom every section of tho atntc. Up in York Stato-- , recently a wo. WHITE LIST man died whoso dovotlou to her hus2 3 N- - 134 J Q: W. Ad- -J Klrt'K coal thn npnnln nf thl. rnnn. band was marvelous. In making her try $456,495,000 In thu year VJOH, will she bequeathed to her husband -'' nn IU..1.J, Joo, W. II., PL No. 157, Caused thn ilonth of 1 44U nnruum sum amount of money equal to the left her dog. and resulted In Injuries to C.CCC I..M- Tin-saro the atatUtlca presentO W J., O. II., W 28, 14 foot ed In a report liar edited by tho United Htatea Oeologlcnl survey. Hickman's vnrlous mllllnory openJ I.-- .ings this week, brought forth tho fair llutak Heirs, J. T., E. II., II. 7, $9.95. At tho recent scaslun of tho grand sex In goodly numbers, making tho tason, W M.. W. II., 125, $10.21. jury nt Carlo, no mention was made shopping districts all thu more attract Viv.,.3, Chaa., IS. II., U. 4, 219. of tho Attack on the Jail Keburary Ivo. O 17 and no official Investigation waa ii l.a, W It. E. II., . 7, mndc, although one member of thu you buy a threo dollar woolWhen mob was killed and several wounded. en blanket you got about a dollar's Marvin. W. II N. B. Vi r. worth of blanket and two dollars' : worth of protection, not from cold, All nuto rldea aro not but for the trust Uiat manufactured Gray, It L, B. II., U. C, 187 to 19C, 8evorol of our good Hickman friends tho blanket. . A M.. E. II.. U. G. 154. S4.CS. went out In tho country in auto Sun 188 day afternoon and came back on tho V M., B. II, II. 4, 0 -.S In Now York tho other day for night train. Ho la a sensible chaf-feu- r to J. $3 03, ono of tho four Confederate half who will not get to far away dollars coined was sold at tho aucSt. t rn Wood riupply Co., W. II., from the railroad. 13 I. tion of coins held in that city. This la tho largest price over paid for a COLOKBD IJSTV Lr-- - Hiown, E. II., U. C, A 24D-- . Tlie American 0)mpanr. coin In this country. 111otli-era. ...C.li:i2. a M in. Ur.-S- "Joy-rides.- " 2-- 3 Tubacco 16 -- 4 Uriic Scott, B. II. B. 11. 4, P $. W II, C, Vt 201-20- 3, $21.13. 104-10- uvn. Caroline, B. II., 11. 0, 267- - Manuel, B. II., 11. 4. 245, ::s. lKJr, in 74, , uric, Jim, O. A., 68-C- $3.C7. f, 216- - which Is now fighting In tho federal suit or I Lb dissolution beforo tho U. S. Supremo Court, baa made public its unnual report for 1909, which show ed that tho so called tobacco trust earned 60& per cent on It $10,000,- W common stock. O At Iloston, four tons of eggs Intended for use in bakers' cakes and pies were taken from cold storage on the complaint of Dr. Geo. II. Adams, a government food Inspector, and con- demned as being unfit for use. Tho Jury in the case of Rob Chorry. charged with killing Jim Porter, colored, brought in a. verdict of not guilty, which was a surprise to many.. A great yell went up from the friends of Cherry when the verdict was announced. Tlptonvlllo News. O Dan, B. it., II. 5, Ili-nry- , O. A., H..; ruqu. Albert, OrUa, Hob, tit) U IS S3 lotfl4.92lT. B. II.. 11. 4 1 . 107-10- Hcrron. Howard, Hoolcr 1141, Lfivr B. II., II. 5., B. 143- - Horace, II, II. C, 230, Lsdcr, Un, B, Ury, $8.23 II.. U. 4, B. 11., 11. 3, 161162. 232-23- Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J. 0. Crabbo is preparing for a general celebration of Arbor and nird y Day in tho public , school of on April 12th. To this ond ho has Juat given an order for 1400 of pro- tho handsome, highly colored granics for tho day, such as tho department issued last year. Every teacher in Fulton county should cooperate In this cause. Ken-tack- mt ii Copvrishi 1910 The House ol Kuppenhamcr Chicago yy. smvs svf' . , A5kT v ii nun i vxMiiiv?ijkwmif's ssn HnraassMausiassBSBrasBSBSBSBsa n 11!. wr uu kkmJirr. in O V. A. lilnshnw will present n peti tion to tho county court of this counrj at the April term for a ferry license to opcrati? between Dorena nnd Hick man. The petition recites Uiat tho 11! Locry. Green, O. A, 107108. $7.57. M .t i Wm., B. II.. II. 7, 2CS to r.c iiki MaikJln. Tom, K. II.. n. 4, 205, to: lis: X3 4, IM Heirs, E. 4 11., 11. 7, C, 254-6-- 98. Tea Illngo. E. II., II. 145-6-7- IUsro. Jno, B. II., U. 5, 144. Thompson, Annto, O. H., W is so, Ta"4r, present servlco Is unsatisfactory and asks tho court not to renow tho present license for this reason. Tho pe . tition Is numerously signed by residents of James Ilayou township. $4.69. Charleston Courier. 147, Automobiles are no longer strange animals on tho streets of Hickman. Thoro aro now twelve cars hero Dr. J. M. Hubbard receiving tho last ono Saturday. It is a 5 passenger "Colo" touring car. 30 horso power gasoline engine. It Is a handsomo machlno and tbo only ono of this make in this section of tho country. The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Cos store you will find decidedly the BEST line of clothing in the city. You very dressy men, particular about styles, about fit, about the shape and wearing qualities, come in and see these perfectly built clothes for men. o Thoro onco was a writer named Wright Foolishly writing to rlghtcn the right. AT Nnlhan, E. II., D. 4, 1 II. TOM DILLON, Jr., City Marshal. Finest in Hickman Will toon have 18 in it, Lott hot cakes. ciit Into his Ono of our farmers cow stable tho other night and by mistake mixed her up a nice mash In a box full of saw dust Instead of bran. Tho cow merely aupposlnR thn tho hard times had corno and they were all going to economise, meekly ate her super ond tho rann never discovered his mistake until tho noxt morning when he milked tho cow nd she let down a half gallon of turpentine, a quart of shoo pegs and bundle of laths. that ho righted Were wrongly indicted 'Causo Wright couldu't wrlto Wright right. O Dut tho rights houtei are going like Let me sell you a lot or a house and lot on caiv terms. This Is your chance to own a home. Do not put It off or you will never have one. I have homes to rent. See me at the Oil Mill Office, Phone No. 7, or 173 G. B. BOND 1 HI X Xa3B.A.7"3B J 1 LAUNDRY -- AT- i Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices An exchange gives an Incident Illustrating the Impossibility of tolling where tho troublo resulting from a mortgago will end. A man mortgage his farm to buy his wife diamond earrings. Tho wlfo took In washing to pay tho Interest on the mortgage, and tho first day lost one of tho diamonds in the suds, and tried to hang It looks to tho Courier llko tho herself In the barn, but tho ropo broko dovu of peaco will find little consola and she fell on a $150 Jersey cow, tion in the fact that In our own u. breaking Its back. S. tho military and naval cost for O this year. Including ponslons, will a- A now federal law which wont In mount to a half billion of dollars. January 1, absolutely pro Orators sometimes sympalhlro with to effect hibits all schemes Involving any ele tho war ridden countries of Europe, chance, such as piano or and the burden of taxation necessary ment of They other contosts, by publishers of news to support their jnllltary system. papers and by others, or of guessing nilaht do better to look nenrer nomo. by merchants or others and of universal pence la contests Evidently hopo provides a ponalty consisting of a to be deferred to another generation flno of not moro than $1,000 nor moro O than two years In prison. This bars it Is renorted from Frankfort that the newspapers from circulating thro tho deficit In tho stato treasury is tho mails if any such enterprise or in im mmin mi bv additional tnxatlon guessing contest is advertised, and of fnrn! lands. Tills would bo tho bnrs tho merchants or othors from rrenlnut OlltriUIO Olid Steal itl HlO Ills sending thro tho malls ony "letter, tory of thu Commonwealth, and thu tmckago. postal card or circular con or boys In Jeans should positively m taining any lottory gift enterprise for It. Thero Is $250,, similar scheme, offorlng prlros de fuse to stand nnn nnn nf distillery and brewery prop pendent In whole or In part upon a erty In tho state, ond pructlcully no lot or chance:" The law Is drastic. all tax paid on It. Why not tax tneso and absolutely bam In tho futuro every nentd. who. In addition to their re guessing or prlio contests of one sponsibility for ulnety per cent of tho sort. Tho Courier has pulled off contests, but wo will crlmo that afflicts society, aro wax- or two piano every day through tho not tear our hair because or the new ing wealthier llko government's favoritism T A con ruling. Tho only thing wo would Congress neglected nlnvn nf niceer Indians could not con to know Is how old trusts long enough to colvo of a more outrageous act of tho dear pass this little bill, rank injustice. Todd County Times You will decide, after seeing them, that it is an impossibility to make better fabric, tailored perfectly and will hold their shape garments. They are an until worn out. Don't fail to see these Kuppenheimer suits before buying your Spring clothing. We will be pleased to show them. Prices all-wool $16.50 to $25.00 Many other lines of men's wear to show you. Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co. BUSINESS GOOD MONDAY. Officers Dillon and Wright arrest ed nine young men In thu old vacant mill building Monday nfteruoon and Judge Itemley, of tbo Police Court, put thu trimmings on them to thu tund of $103.60 or $11.50 each. Tho officers got a tip that bov-eryoung men wero congregating at tho old mill, but know they could never get close enough to Investigate unless some strategy was used; bo they got engineer Housley to tuko them down 011 tho locomotlvo, with which ho was doing somo switching in that vicinity. Tho rest was easy. The officers got within a few feet of tho boys before they weru discovered. No Buuwuy was possible. They wero marched up to thu Police Court to answer to thu charge of "loitering In an outhouse." Most of them dug up tho $11.50 assessed against them. Chat). McNeil was fined $11.50, Saturday, for breach of thu peace. Walter Fisher, a negro, was fined $11.50 last week for breach of thu peaco. O kind ever captured and of a dark blue color. It Is 80 feet long, about larger than the averagu whale, which is CO foot. Its Jaws measures 14 feet, aud about C7 feet around Its body. It weighs 800,000 pounds. ono-thlr- d The highest Joys of gardening aro enjoyed about now, as wo revel In Wo regret that wo haven't apace the tropical luxuriance of tbo seed to print a very Interesting article catalogues, forgetttug the sterile harfrom a Texas paper, handed us by vests of September. Contractor O. L. Colllim, of this city, o regarding tho great whale which was recently washed ashore from thu Oult If tbo cost of llvltig is to be renear the homo of Mr. Colllus' sister. duced, many housewives must bo InIn brief this monster fish Is a sperm duced not to expect every 10 cent whale aud ouo of tho largest of Its package to be brought to their doors, 1 lit s It lie luoktiland took th railway folder, and through tlirousli, Our Easter Millinery iMEi A Spring garden of beautiful hats 1 I Easter Furnishings -- II crumpled It with In hi hand Ami looked at It O, whfte The very latest in- - and how and when ami what, Up muttered with a frown, how mar rauah- t- anew "And ! It bo The train (or STRAW HATS NECKWEAR SHIRTS, HOSIERY LOW SHOES BELTS, ETC. J opened to pane And anneil the tablr therein far waa dark aa though with H print! It's not too late to dress up for Enstcr if you go to to awear aw a lot of "lv" and "arra. And figures up and down. M, "I want." he "to find trie, cars to The train He ra. to want remed It blooming in our millinery section. Hats for every face, every occasion, every dress and every purse. One look will tell you more of their variety, beauty and style than we could write in volumes. up-to-da- te is 1 j I Medium Priced Millinery has not been overlooked in our showing. We expect to give this line a prominent part in our depart ment this season, and will be ready at all times to satisfy the demands of those who want a stylish hat for a little money. A big lot received this week for the Easter rush. deLarge stocks, an partment and better service, are reason why you should come here up-to-da- te I Bradley DORENA NOTES. yrmmjmsmmssgM hero Sunday. kid? & Par ham He found that tratna wcr blllrd to atop And other would or might. Ilia eye In wrath began to pop. He glanced from left to right, 11 added up a column here And t the figure down And alghed. "I cat.not make It clear The train to Klmballtown." He aought through Through Numbra Thla and That, lie bumped Into connecting llnea And then took off hla hat What was your rush, And fanned hlmielf and whteied. raballitlc algn. priate songs, making a delightful en- her countenance. tertainment. Admission 2c, children Aggravation is Miss Clara Towusend was In Hick- 15c. feel what you man last Friday on business. o when you have COMMISSIONER'S SALE SILVER ROSE, No. 1474. Lust wv'k wo promised to give a waited half an Mrs. Pearl Maddox and Miss Myrlist of those taking stock In the now Alexander. & Kennedy will let tho hour for a cbanco r n I'ullon Circuit I. ar Kt j kj tle King were in Hickman Monday. Hickman Manufacturing Co.. which I contract for a new two story brick to tell a new story Ik. A. A. Furls l'lain iff im uH to operate a large handle factory. As Woodland Mills, next and then the man Johnson etc., Dvf udai. 1.. Miss Efflo Bradley has recently ex- brick building at for who haa been do Mr. 1 lamed, the promoter, Is out of perienced a severe case of mumps. week. Contract will also be let lly virtue ut a Judim c t.d s a now one story brick for the bank ing all the talking starts In oa that town on business, wo are unablu to dcr of Sale of luum, i.-- . get tho llt, but wu have assurance Melvin Lawrence, of Hickman, was which was organized a few weeks ago story. 1. rendered at t Jaiiuau that tho necessary rash has been Mrs. Lizzie Ortmai wants her raised to make It a go. A meeting 11)10, In (lie auuti uu ac i.k. . daughter to acquire a graceful walk. be held next Monday or Tuesday k t , ik ot Nine llumlr-ui.-daughter saya she will marry but the Mllh interest at iu u C ( c It for the purpose of organization. a man who kee.pt an auto, celit kt amiuiu froui u . i Ci, u Is a compliment to the onterprlto of January, IVlu, uii'u i.d, our business uwn to say that nano j herein. 1 shad iru J t of them havu taken less thnn five sale at the Court IIouj i! jl : .,i li shares, although the stock la $100.00 man, Keutucky, to Ui- k , . s t One gentleman cracked a share. at I'UHLIC Al t TIO.N v down for fifty share, and says he Sitter Rose Is a beautiful black at 1j o will tak more If necessary. Thnt's roan Snddlu Stallion, ID luinds and 3 day of April, what makes lilokmuii tho best town inches high, weighs 1100 pounds. 7 of thureabout ttcing ti-t vl ox u. on the map. years old; and comes of onu of the day) upou a following dmenbed iiop r . best saddle strains In tho country When a girl wears her first low FOR SALE: A nice residence, one About DO acres of m& ' a -1 necked dress she thinks she really block from I'ostoffice. The house combining the noted Denmark and 19, T 2, R i, i st. b .... Rose blood. He has plenty of style, ought to go on tbe stage. east corner ot the Ntt w.' 'u has 8 rooms, two balls, and two qorcb good action and disposition, and goes; In good repair and a very dcslra seotluu, and bi u.g ' Every once in a while a man's soul all the gaits In mi easy graceful tuan said I s J IT lnml roiituVii lo t Is chastened because he goes some bio place. Call at this office. nor. Full pedigree on application W. Kaslvy by di iJ J j I ' go and finds where he doesn't want to Silver Rose will make the season 1SC7. and recordtd .i u u loos You can Just as well bo one of out that he Isn't wanted. men ot your acquaint of 1910 at the following places: On page 652, In the o(Ii v! dissolvi 'a tho O Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the Fulton Ceumy loar" mice. If you will call on Smith Smith & Amberg's Big Opening. Amberg and get Into a llnrt Srlmff each week he will be nt John Mc-Or sufficient th ot k t Farland's farm In Mississippi county, sums of muiity so cru u '' Their millinery section center of ner & Marx suit. Missouri, near James Ilayou bridge; made. For the pun. ua , c " attraction for hundreds of interested Sheriff (lonldor Johnson went to all other days at the stables ot W uurchaser. with nmruv J f ladies. Every department shows Lexington Wednesday, where ho took A. Ilinshaw, 'j mile south of Hick auourlllus. must Itu, 1" something new for spring. a The crowds all seemed to be go. tho yoi'ng lllgglns boy and loneSohof man, Ky., on Troy Road. lug legal luterest irow l ner, a negro, to tho House of lie ing to Smith a Ambere s big stcre nl. tmt II inilil. and La,., o w' TKIt.MS: 20 to Insure. 1 ,J last Tuesday, the occasion being form. and effect ot s Julm HIN3HAW & McFARLAND. .1.'; I. fill; .. tne spring opening. vis prvpureu io Miss Muttlo Hell Shumate has re While every department was show, these terms. turned to her home In Newborn, uftor ing something of interest the up-tJ. it Mil M R Tlios. O. Morris, ago 'JO, father date millinery section the balcony u visit to Mrs. C. P. Shumate. O of Dr. S. (J. Morris, of Fulton, died was the center of attraction as is No better candy made than Jacob's. ut Uiu homo ot B,ri1,1 always the case. his son lu that city II il llurri. dmulv .aa: I veil It all size packagoa. Harris, "and A bewildering array of stylishly nt Hickman Drug Co. Weduesduy ufleruoou. lie bad resld of Teunusbeo, fonu. i .v i f K 'n "' trimmed hats were shown patlern, ed in thut vicinity slnco 1837. arrested lust week el busiTho storo front of St. Furn tailored and street designs all por'j bolongiug Luther Woods, nitu I'l'. of Missouri. ellng fees 1 traying the latest style tendencies. ishing Co., is being treated to n new and vm uud Miss Zula Tucker, agu 21, of gave bond While this was the initial dis coat ot pnlut thla week. ta. . , i., r.sidtw. km this county ttcru married ut Court play for the present season, new de I have some good wagons I will House, March 12, by Judge Naylor. ttiu colleuo. limn,, ., u "".....ui signs will constantly be added as fit 1U1IVC ' ,a ut a bargain, cash or credit. H. all Improvements. the season progresses and ladies sellHonors, Hickman. 3 Ufa II. first-clas- s You will gel clothes you can wear chaser. Dou t pay wui may always depend upon finding lv" vn.i uant a hoiUO.-Hw Wo sell the best quality wall pa anywhere with credit to yourself from fashion's latest ideas in this depart' m C'" per and at tho lowest prices. Fuqua, Smith & Amberg, made tUjy Hart i f Word and Jo ment. '' Helm & Co. Schuffuur & Murx, traded with the Homo o Telephone your grocery order to for a telephone line to Miss Muudu Huudurson, of Clinton, Qiro C. II. Moore a share of vnnr begin on n No. 38 the Old Unliable all goods His., is expected grocery business. here this week to Work will delivered. II. Id1 visit Mrs. s. L, Itoystur. ilr. Atwood, sur .vor i 3 ' Atty, Hob Flat wus biro from Clin I"1"1 If your groceries have not proven county, was here ou o o ton, yesterday. entirely satisfactory try tradlug with day. o Tbe Courier costs only one o Mrs. Lon Nay lor, of Cnycu, visited C, II. Moore. o dollar a year or less than 2 o M. w. ii. hero this week. Mrs. Kda Itlce, of Woodland, was from a visit to rnan o cents per week. Are you a o Mo. o subscriber T It la too cheap o Moving pictures at tho Lyric Wed hero Weduesduy, shopping. WM o to either steal or borrow. Sub o nesday night. Mr.. J. II. I'Ukctt .p.' C. T. llouduraut wus lu St. Louis o acrlbe today. Your money re- - o AlcNi.l, Tinners. Plumbers With Mrs. M. B. Don't forget to renew your sub this week on business. o funded, If not satisfied I I I o scription. o ,.0 Line boaU Horn Saturday night to tho wife of 12. C, Rice, a boy. at tho old dump KIU The COURIER for the news. man several days last week. 1 ttt 1 and The With gyvea they bound him roundabout With chain thy held him down what thy hauled him outf Friday night, at 8 o'clock at the Tou ak on to Klmballtown. The train Court House, Prof. J. W. McGarvey, Rev. Baty, of Martin, preached at Jr., will give his brilliant storeoptlcon Locust Qrovo Sunday. lecture entitled, "What I Saw In the Lizzie Pickett, of Hickman, Is visit- Holy Land," showing a splendid coling hero this week. lection of views about Jnrusalem, Damascus, Ucthlehcm, Nazareth, and alt A hen that won't Wm, Fiuiey, of Charleston, was the principal places of Interest In cackle la too much here on business Tuesday. that most Interesting country. The of a poker player Mrs. Mary Farmer visited In Hick- lecture In interspersed with appro- for me to trust Mrs. Stocking went to Hickman las 'Wednesday shopping. We all regret to learn of the death The train to Klmballtown!" Jim Towusend was on the sick list ot John Unllnrd which occurred In He ahook hi head at "D A 8," last week. Hickman last Saturday. He was well He groaned at "a" and ,,b," He ahut hi eye and tried to rueas Quy Hall bad business in Charles- known hero. . Thea opened them to ton last Friday. John liyasHee, a well known farmer II atudled where th map outlined The route In red and brown Mary Polbauius was on tbe sick here, died nt his home at an early And aobbed; "I'll nTr. nver find hour Saturday morning. The remain The train to Klmballtown!' list last week. were carried to Oakton, Ky., for bur Ther found him walking down th track. Harry Manuel was In Charleston on lal Sunday. Sympathy is extended Incurably lnane. Imagining he waa, alack! business Tuesday. to the bereaved wife and children. engine th train. Everybody busy farming. As though about to drown. The white the printed page he cl&spedl gape. and first. SMITH & AMBERG Announcement '. ' ll, ii -. We reserved this space last week to inform our friends that the firm of Cotton & Adams is to be ed, and that we have formed a new - ,1 11 best-dresse- r- firm to engage in the same line of business which will be known as ix-iu- '' i ADAMS BROS. - o Ed Adams. composed of John We believe we understand our ness and can "deliver the goods," and shall endeavor to merit your work patronage by doing at lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a share of your business. " n' ""W. V -- OooooooooooooO -V-'rS Adams Brothers, and OooooeoooeoooO REAL HEIRESS OF THE WEST THE HICKMAN COURIER "Uvtn SPEER Wtsttm Ktnladkf UUtWDrm" & Miss Jennie Crocktr by the. Death of Relative! His Fortune of 1 11,000,000. SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Hie --4 Patchwork Cmiu aBSBBIaBSBW. Bnn Frsnclaco, Miss Jennie Crocker of Ban Franctico Is the real heiress of the west, and all other young women of money and millions are merely frac tlonsl luminaries. Mils Crocker hoa 110.000,000, plus probably a million or two more and some pesrl necklaces. Mlis Crocker Inherited $6,000,000 from the estate of her father, the late Fred Crocker On the death of her lister, Mrs. Mary Crocker Harrison, he Inherited nearly 12,000,000, and now, from the eststo of her uncle, Oeorse Crocker, who died In New York, ahe will Inherit between I2.RO0, 000 and IS.000.000. That makes $10,. 000,000 Thla pnper atop Jubtcrlptton l a wnen your aurnenpuun expire, mu nc The Courier Juit nn you do potite itamp: NO exception We Oaah In Advance. rnr make Way, mar. i 3IQN3 OF 1SH 8PRING. The cat's shcddln, So Is the horse, Warm weather comln'7 Why of course. Cockroaches poppln' Out of tho cracks, Flies on tho window pano Uusy makln tracks. Hens loudly cacklln', Rooster struttln' round, Green things poppln' fingers Out of tho ground. Little girls playln' Skip and hop, Roys squabblln' happily Over knlfo and top. esilly nut added to that Is the matter of MAN TAILORED Kkia anfbodr MM rna, Ultf Lock ao iu'prld. an' aan Hit r aay -IU' to I tir UneU llanrr'a haJr." aay t)iy Aa' atttr folks, ,rin'mim'i non pa'a aara, I on ma. hu sroaad daclaral' Oat Tbat'i bar MADE TO MEASURE Dad gono tlsbln', thr Choice of 238 Fabrics We show you a wealth of styles and fabrics, including many silks. We take all your measurements give you our guarantee. The garments are made by the American La dies Tailoring Co., Chicago, the most famous house of its kind. The service is prompt, the prices exceedingly low, and the workmanship is perfection. See This Portfolio the Increase, what the Ilrltlah parliamentarians are now. In the language of Henry George, calllna; "the Increment" The unearned and the bard earnod Increment of Miss Crocker's fortune Is sereral millions, for the Crocker eitate company hrewdly InveiU Its money where It will earn dividends, and tho properties It holds In San Franclico and elsewhere are buiy multiplying the for tune of the California helreis. Bo Mlai Crocker can afford to loie pearl necklaces with Impunity. Even If the necklaces were not found on the following day Miss Crocker could lose 100 of the baubles to the value of 0 Jewels she misplaced a few months ago, snd itlll have 11,000,000 or so to Inveit In polo ponies and Doston ter riers. Her brother, Charlea Templeton Crocker. Is practlcalry aa rich aa is his slstar. $30,-00- Mother cleanln' houso. Sister softly hummln', while Sho's cuttln' out a blouse. Young man's fancy Tit j alwajra aay ar UneU Joa't : Aa' sac whan I waa wa4ln', wtjf loatbodf had o ata that I Kara fit my cran'pa'a vary toaal r n7 chln'a from Aunt Loutaa, Tkar An' fraji'ma, tlma aha aaaa Mr haixJa. will aay: "Wall, blaaa h Mr en T 7a tra nunni'i; an' nix that'a crooked undtrncath tth Lightly turns to love, Hunts him up a girlie For his turtle dove. Windows full of Easter hats, Father full ot fear, titrj Thlnkln' ot the milliner's bill, Loomln' up so near. Baseball fans Flckln' out tho winner. Lenten season nearly done For tho saintly sinner. I'm kind, o' sort o' thlnkln Spring is nearly nigh. When we'll gaily eat fried chicken While meat's so powerfully high. I am here to siay and make good haart? IfVi tot my Hilar Emma'i hands. Xtti aaya that'a how aha undarataad 11 ftncara all kaapa hald apart. Aa aa that'a how It ta with ma War Vt Htnrr. on tlma ha StJ4 "Now, UatsB to har voloa," itM that arary Una ha haa-- 4 A' M i!nt a aanc or apaak a wort Hi thavfkt It waa hJa Coualn Jayo. tat thlnia na4 la that myitlf baloncrd to ma. Ira alwara ona of paaVa jokaa fjit ! an Iota af elhar folk a II t!ilnka It'a funny aa can b. Sit aomaHmaa, nlfhts. 1 almoat cry Itwtuia aamabodr'a found that I An Uka ao ra bod y.a I aa, an' nan I aa aad. an almoat bawl Far far that aoma day rtiay will all Oat mad an' want thamaalvaa ajaJal It I wcrrtaa ma to b Uh that I could ao tnlxad; fl The Spring Portfolio of the American Ladies Tailoring Co. shows scores of the latest styles. The are all in actual colors all on large, heavy plates. Every detail is shown to exactness. This beautifnl book is a complete education in all the smartest styles for spring. We now have it on show, and we ask you to come and see it. There are 66 styles of suits, coats, skirts, dresses and capes shown in this large portfolio. They follow the vety cream of the new season's creations. There are also shown good size samples of 238 fabrics all of them this Season's weaves. Any garment in the book will be made to your individual measure in any of these 238 cloths and silks. With such a variety there is no chance of duplication. Each garment is a distinctive creation, fitted to You get all that your figure, style and individuality. tailors can give at a fraction of the highest-price- d what they charge. pic-tur- es We give you our own guarantee of perfect satisfac tion. This guarantee covers fit, style, workmanship ana material, it tne garment is not right in every way you have a perfect right to refuse it. We also guarantee prompt delivery. Ten days to two weeks at the outside is sufficient to make a garment to your individual measure in any style, any cloth you select. Note What This Means The work will all be done by the every promise. DoDow, the Cash highest-priceman tailors. It will be done under the Grocer. personal direction of Monsieur Kayser, one of the masters in his line. J. J. Jones was hero from Fulton You can choose from a wider variety than any Sunday. other tailor can offer. Yet you pay for this setvice but little more than for the same grades of ready' Go to DeBow's for Square Deal. made garments. There is not a woman who would One Price House. right here at home. d n best-know- You can now get the best made-to-measu- garments not want this service if she knew what it meant to her. Suits We Take Measurements $13.50 and Up C. O. Fields and wife, of Fulton, wero In this city Saturday. Whlohr Otca upon a time there waa a nan wbo concluded that the tint of the jaar would be a fine time for blm to tutt hit bad habits and unpleasant Ullll, So he tat down and tried to make llit of them. Howetar, he felt that he was show. In hlmatlf too many favors, and what FOR SALE: A tlno 17 H aero tract be anted waa a fair, exact Hat of right at southeast limits of city, has 'ueh habits and trnltt of his aa he good houso, barn and out' buld not cultivate buildings of all kinds. Would mako Ho ha went to his best friend and a ulco addition to tho town and Is kiktd him to make a Hat Tien, thinking that his best friend an Ideal tract for truck tanning or ould be too conilderate he roqucstod dairy buslnctii. Tho new railroad hit orat enemy to mako up tho Hit. will make this land doublo In valuo On New Year's day tho friend and In next 1! months. For olthor homo tha anemy sent tbelr Huts to the man. or lnvostmout this proposition Is hard One Hit was long. Indeed, but the to beat. For particulars call at tho othtr on was ten times as long and teilJft bad a supplement, an appendix Courier office Mi a pace or two of addenda. O Now which Hat was submitted by. Henry Campbell, ono of tho boit the anemy and which by the frlendT fellows In tho county, was over from Not So Bad After All. Cnyc, Friday. . "You're not coins; to marry Kmelinn O wins of HuKKvtHe, aro your asks the 8chwenfclder or Crumb Cake. ioiu friend. Cream together ono large spoonful butter and lard mixed, a cupful and sugar and two one-haeggs. Add ono cupful milk, three cup-fulflour sifted with two tcaspoonfult baking powder, and flavor with vanilla. To mako the crumbs, rub together one largo spoonful butter and lard cupful sugar, t mixed, cupful flour and a toospoonful cinnaThat's Just what I am going to do," mon. Sprluklo over tbo tops of the iJroudly responds the happy man. cakos. "Hut, lay, old fellow, I don't want to O eff.Bd yQU but why, every man In 1 buy for cash and sell tho saniu Humtlls has apoonod with her." "Well, I euoss Iluggvllle Isn't such way. UoUow, the Cash Orocor, a blamed big town." two-storwell-beatecue-half one-hal- An experienced fitter, right in our store, will take Eastor services at tho Presbyter- - all your measurements. This fitter also diagrams the Ian Church next Sunday, Including facts regarding your figure and style. The tailors somo special music. Tho subject of who make the garments could get no more informatho sermon will be, "It n Man Dlo, tion if you went to their shop to be measured. Shall Ho Llvo Again?" In tho oven Ins tho subject will be, "It n Man Llvo AKaln, How and WhcroT" lauor-maa- e suns, maae to your measure, cost in this way from $13 50 to $45. Coats from $8 to $30 Dresses from $9.50 to. $30. Skirts from $5.00 up e mam r f en . trapes irom $y.au to z4. The reason is this : The American Ladies Tailor -- ASK FOR RATES- ing Co. makes a thousand garments where the ordin aty tailor makes one. They buy their materials di WOODLAWN DAIRY. rect from the mills, and in enormous lots. Their ex A. H. Leet, Prop. pert supervision is distributed over a very large output Yet the styles are correct, the fit is perfection, the Rest ot Milk and Butter delivered. Home Phone No. 27. workmanship and materials are exactly the same as one gets trom tne tailors.. McMURRY & FLAT Come tomorrow and see our styles and fabrics Attorneys-at-LaLet us quote you a price on the garment you want Office over Hickman Drug Company it tne styies, tne laDncs ana tne prices suit, let us Hickman, Ky. take your measurements and order the garment so as to have it here when you want it. Come and set what this service means, then judge BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER Groceries tor yourself. City Delivery; both phones No. 38. "Best of Everything" Business Directory nign-price- d Smith "OLD BLACK MAMMY." Si Amberg as-h- B. 8. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Let me figure with you. Hickman, Ky. At tho request of ono of tho Cour ier's subscribers, wo re print Henry negro wo Grady's tribute to old-tlm- rn uu. No higher euloglum was ever paid to the old black mummy or to the raco which produced her than was framed iu tho speech of Henry (Ira- dy at tho llostou banquet In 1SU7; and ut tho present time, when so much Is belug said ot tho South's hospitality toward tho negro, It will bo well to reproduce this utterance Said Mr. Urady; bauds ot mortal man; and as they lay a mother's blessing there while nt her kuees the truest altar 1 have ever known I thank God that she is safe In her sanctuary, because her slaves, sentinel In tho silent cublu or guard at tho chamber door, put a black man's loyalty between her dau ger. "liut i I catch unother vlslou. Tho I wish to aunouco that I nowrop- resout Cony tiros. Floral co., or Nash' vlllo. and will aunroclato any orders glvon mo. Con fill any and all orders promptly and nssuro you that Woman. thoy will bo satisfactory. Will still "g1 ,h m,B folk" d contlnuo with Jacob Schulz, Louis"clara"' ville, and you have choice of tho two H"f.,.hr.'' t0W" ' hair. placos. traiikyo uoiu, Into sloop. ,n1 hr foU,l'' naklanaaa! O "Tho scene vunlshes as I speak, iuV. 'h dlu1011 U" m,n to'1 tur-H. T. Tyler, wlfo and daughter, uud I catch u vision of an old Southonullmaa whan thay mark aH aha aaurs Mra. C. II, Travis and sou, nro ex- ern home, with Its lofty pillars and and aha dot a Y vow aha'a an ang.l-a- nd fluttering down wtah that pected homo from Florida about tho Its white pldgeons aaa waal through tho golden air. I see women 10th of next mouth. What the Heroine Did. with strained und anxious fucos uud 0 (rrom a popular novel.) yet helptoss. I see tho Bldewalks of children alert Roller skating on She dropped a hint. night como douu with Its dangers Sh dropped her eyes. tho business streets should bo prohibIts appreheuslous, and In a Ma ited. Ub becoming a nulaanco folks uud lr face fell. by lonely home I feel on my tired brow he Bathed htm a (laace. oro made to got off tho walks tho touch ot loving bauds, now worn 1h threw him a kiss. ' somo of tbo skaters. lir hands fell. and wrinkled, but fairer to mo yet O She nunc her Tolee at 1 tbau tho hands of mortal woman and Ma. Telophone that grocery order to strougor yet to Uui mo than the TUrstyT aUK it whs4, you W4. Fravtlwr. BetUnworUs "a knowi a doian lanauaaca And that la much too many-'.'.7' ' rary one of than daaan't think In any. Useless Knowledge, y barn-aln.da- "Tho lovo wo feel for tho raco you can neither measure uor comprehend. As I attest it here, tho spirit ot uy old black mummy from her home up there looks down to bless mo, and through the tumult of this night steuls tho sweet music ot her croon-lug- s us thirty yours ago sho hold uiu In her black urms and led mo smiling crisis of buttle a soldier struck, stag goring, fulls. I sou u slave, scuffling through tho smoke, winding his black urms ubout the fallen form, reckless of tho hurtling death, bending hU trusty faco to catch tho words that tremble on the stricken lips, so wrestling meunwhllo with agony that hu would lay down his Ufo 111 his master's steud. I seo him by tho weary bed, ministering with uucom plaining patience, praying with all his humble heurt, until death comes lu mercy uud iu honor to still the soldier's agony and seal tho soldier's Ufo. I seo htm by the open grave. mute, motlouless, uncovered; suffer-lufor tho death ot him who In life fought ugalust his freedom. 1 seo him, when tho mound Is heaped uud tho great drama of his Ufo Is closed, turn uwoy, uud with downcast eyes and uucertalu steps, start out Into now aud strange fields, faltering, struggling, but moving on until hi stumbling figure is lost lu tho light ot a better and brighter day. Aud from tho grave comes a voice saying: 'Follow him I l'ut your arms about bun lu his need, even as ho put his g o A. E. KENNEDY about mo. Do bis friend was mine,' and out Into this world-stra- nge Fire, Life and Accident Insurance to me as to him, dazzling. Best Companies on Earth bowllderlng both I follow! And may Phone No. 51. God forget my people when thoy for get thesol" COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 Tho Hickman Courier has a nice Will sell that place and get youejt. 2 story brick house and ouier. no business, no pay. --Jit, two good lots for salo cheap. All Im provementfl, two collars, clstorn, etc. HICKMAN r'JRNITURE CO. It will cost 12,000 to build house, our Funeral Directors and Embalmers. price iiuv. ask lor no. 64. Phone 20, night or day. O Hickman, Ky, CLUBBING RATE 8. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. The Hickman Courier and the St six-roo, Louis Doth one year for Globe-Democr(twlce-a-week). (twlcea-week- ) Denti- st- 11.60 Davidson's old stand. The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis Republic both one year tor $1.40 The Hickman Courier and Mem phis Commercial-Appea- l (Weekly), bout one year for $1.25 The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l three papers all ono year tor $1.75 The Hickman Courier and Rural Route Dally Republic, (to parties on rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year tor only Qlobe-Democr- Phono No. 2. Hickman, Ky. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunzlker's Old Stand) Lowest prices tor horseshoeing, Wood and Iron Work. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A, J, Wright, Manager. Makers aud Dealers in Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. CLAY & CALDWELL. $2.60 Blacksmiths. Dlacksmlthlug aud Woodwork. Horse Shoeing a specialty. Try our "White Frost Lottersworth & Prather, Flour."- - The Hickman Courier and weekly LouUvllIe Courier-Journa- l. Rout for one year for oaly $1.60 Duy your groceries' from the Hick man Grocery Co., aud saye C per eeaU A Jersey school tenchcr wants! wan hero from I BOY PIANIST IS A WONDER Trotovnnt, Tcnn., first of the week. flirting to bo declared n crime. Ilet i iriio h pasi mo ago num. Ptptto Arrlolo, Who Began Playing at Alex Nalfeh came In Saturday from the Age or Thro, Visit manager of tho Singer nays that Ho Clin. Hale, A tour of Oklahoma. America, Sewing Machine ngoncles, wns here is a flno country. from Mayfleld, Friday, the guest of New York. I'eplto Arrlolo, the boy Mr. Itockefcller has found out that I A. Ilrock. nlanlftt who hna rillfhtw1 tinnHpn. to "give while you live" In the surest According to tho Carou Directory music lovers In tho east, undoubtedly way to win happiness. Ho Company's new directory of Louis is a rcmaraaDie youngster 11 was iso Hon. V. S. Mooro, wlfo and daugh- ville- the population of the city Is born st ilarcelnnn Decnmhnr. . . i .uvvs and ne snowed such astonishing muster returned from Frankfort, Satur- now 261.S64.. ical Instinct that when hit n day, where Mr. Moore has been holdyears old he was examined In Paris family left Mon J. A. Thomas nnd ing down the cushions In the Fulton ny an cruuun nnu austere lody of . . . i nnd Hickman counties Representative day for Onktou, Ky., where they will nnrpnoioKiflis. .. una .me rntnnrirv.i. make their future home. Sorry to lormaiiun 01 nil nesa excucu inlr during tho session of the sent loso them. At the nee of three h in we pwno ana compose. Arthur who wan condurtln In Qn.in became acquainted with him, secured tor mm a stipend irom uia court of W, A. Carpenter MBiB- - ' -- mmm "" The In Strongest Line - h,-r- America Nik-Inc- cMHUnery bargains E. ft. Ellison's T V T CASH STORE Offers some great bargains in the newest and most stylish Trimmed Hats. The same hats that you usually pay $4.00 and $5.00 for are sold, by reason of our spot cash system for 1 Spain and took htm to Llpilc for thorough Instruction I'eplto studied for a year In Berlin with Morlti Maynr-Mnhr- , .95 and 2.9ft and on March 28, 1906, This store will also save you money on all kinds of the best and newest merchandise. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY Ileelhoven's concerto In C minor with orchestra, at a charity con cert In the Philharmonic hall of that city He played in London In 190 and again In June of this year, but he has not boeo foolishly exploited for the sake of gain, lie is said to be like the Mlscha Kim an of the first years. In this, that he is not only aa extraordinary virtuoso for his age but one extraordinarily endowed with musical taste and feeling. played Deeds of Youths. At 20. Tintoretto was on. nf v. most proline and popular painters In Italy; Schelllng had grappled with the Dhllosophy of Kant: Galileo hA ai. covered the use of the pendulum; Lev fayette was a major general, and Garrison voiced emancipation for the slave. New Departure Cultivators 50 John Deere Shovel Plows 50 John Deere Disc Plows 100 MULLVUU. UNDERWEAR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FURNISHINGS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS, Etc., Etc. GOODS, HOSIERY, COME AND SEE Lower Prices for Cash J. J. C. Dondurant was consider, Friably bruised up In a day morning. A part of tho harness broke while driving in a buggy down the hill from the Stevo Stulir home which scared the old family "nag," causing It to run. Both Mr. Don-raand his son, Willie, were thrown from the vehicle while turning tho corner in front of the home of W. C. Speer. The elder gentleman waa badly bruised up, while Willie escaped unhurt. Owing to the fact that Mr. Dondurant was just getting out after a long spell of sickness, ho may bo laid up several days. Ho also complained of his uldo hurting him after tho accident, but physicians found tuure wcro no bones broken. run-away- Nlagsra to Be Illuminated. VUitors to Niagara rails last sum mer, who were enthualsstie la their admiration of the electrical illumina tion, will be glad to learn that prominent citizens of Niagara are endev- oring to raise a fund to pay for the permanent illumination of the falls during summer seasons. Black Knot on Plum. Black knot on the plum Is gaining a dangerous hold. Dou't be too busy to look after this Infectious disease. Cut out and burn all affected parts, Top grafted tree need looking after that water sprouts do not exhaust the Our volume of business on these Implements is growing year by year, and the demand is greater than the supply, so come early. We will be begging factory for them long fore the season closes. the be- Calling out the 125,000 union men In Phlladeuphla will bring reinforcements to the strikers. Hut it adds a heavy burden of wives and children to bo supported. Many timid peoplo dreading cyanogen gas in the Ilalluy comet's tall, will catch pneumonia on their anxious watch out In the cool May raft. O Spring shoes are costing more. It Is hard to keep sole and body togeth er.' nights. Come and See Them Reading of the J100 prize for poets The council proceedings this week offered by tho University of Missouri, ulil be of interest to those owning our hopes for tho disarmament of autns. newspaper offices begin to wane. 0 S. A. Wnde, one of tho big landNo humbug about tho Cash (Jrocer owners of the Union City neighbor- He docs as ho Hays bo will. A M hood, was In this city, Saturday. Dollow. O Hickman Hardware (Incorporated) Co. eal!-.-1 Farla Nalfeh was hero from Fulton The Idaho avalanches were pretty Saturday. bad, but worse are expected Nov. 8. Thu VliicenneH Drldgo Co. placed a large steel truss on top of tho Lyric this week. O Ladies and Childtens Ties and Pumps In Splendid Variety A splendid variety of Oxfords are here to help you make a choice. Different leathers, shapes of toe and styles, E. P. Reed and Star Brand makes. It is possible to fit nearly every foot in the assortment we carry. SMITH & AM BERG i) See to Attract Attention. FLASHES OF FUN. There are many ways la which the) Paris spring hats rovlvo 1830 styles average retailer can get up a cheap Alarm clocka were made to break An Ono season may bury them &0 years though effectual advertisement. tho silent watches of the night. advertisement recently put out by more, until 1990. local concern was a cheap one In so far Don't get mad at what yon can't as the expense of preparing and circuBoys playing marbles In the stree ts lating it was concerned. The fact that help; It Is more sensible to get mad are a more unfailing sign of spring It was a novel one, and one which at what you can help. brought the subject matter to the very than almanac or tharmometcr. The fellow who sells wilted vegedoor of the consumer made It a good O one. It was the advartliemect of a tables la the green goods man the auThe thorities should look after. What folly to try to get so much dye and ofcleaning concern. O proprietor the concern seemed to sociological Information In tho cen- be the owner of a very pretty Bplti (loidoii Illcu la now located nt Fulsus, when the supremo problem of dog. He advertised his business getting thu agos of tho women lias threugh the medium of this dog, One ton, where ho Is Interested In tho flro nover been solved. day be would be a red dog, another lusuruiicu business with V. U. Davl.i. day he would wear a coat of green, and so on fer the various days of Although forecasted an an era of the week The odd colors attracted Tho management of the Illckmau good fueling, this administration Is the atteatloa of all st once and la Independent Home Telophono Co, many cases awakened sympathy. The proving an unexpected lively market dog, as If lealous about his master's wishes to announce that tlioy are for war paint, und the tomahawk Iiuh buslnrss, bad become a perfect rover, now ready to make connection with been very thoroughly uxcuvuted. so the advrrtlsuraeat waa seen about all country lines on cither side of the town wheuever the canine donned Hickman. The company furnishes all a new ceat This Is somewhat equipment In the city and connects A town Is Judged by Ita newspa after the Idea employed by the manyour lines at the limits for 115 pers, much as a man Is sized up by agement of a large sewing machine with per lino and charges 7Go a month for cosopany that uses greykounds to his clothes. The whole community Is their oxchango service. 800 A. W, thus a partner In Its journalistic en Davis, Manager. O you want your city to terprises. It put ItH boht foot forward, glvu tho J. W. Jucksou, tho popular county O homo paper tho support it needs to recorder, was hero from New Mud-rid- , Mrs, K, King und Miss Pearl keep on expanding and growing more Mo., Monday, to buy horses and Cloar, of Clayton, spent & row days attractive. BlUltM, this week with Mrs. U. M. NaifeU. to 1'" Itep, V 8, Moore ui ct Jaskl, Ills., Tuesday, on ar::uut his slater, Airs, Ida the death of nil, who died at her horn? ia bK'U- -' ton, lo. TI10 remains lato Pulaski, her old home fcr ment. O Oct our prices on all kM o'8 w seeds boforo you buy We handle best. Hickman lldw Co, Or- - tlccs of births, marriage. sickness, etc. Iloth phones, 0 Tho Courier will piweclt ."o. '' - aUI t J"' Joo Lovo, tho big burkv escaped from Jailer ton, ub captured at ira tll,rg' afternoon. Ho shooting another uogro "r Jk'" 1 it " ; a O Moving pictures nt th Wednesday and 8atuiday O D' uigBW ' KpUW-Tho ladles of tho sale at MMwill have a white Ellison's, April Cth, ! (.J o CENSUS ENUMERATORS. Easter Hats... In Exlu&ive Styles At Jlo Time in the history of our Millinery Department has our showing been so handsome, or our hats selected with so great care. On all sides we hear gratifying comments on the beauty and reasonableness of our hats. We call special attention to our big line of beautiful Yesterday part of tho winners In tho examination for census enumerators for Fulton county received of flclal notlcu of their appointments. Tliey aro 1'rof. J. II. Saunders, District, 03. Madrid Dend, Sassafrus Itldge to Dig Slough, Mrs. Nannlo Klngman, District 02. This IncludoH tho City ot Hickman. Chas, A. Wilson, District CI. Troy road and Ulg Slough. Mrs. Florunco McMullIn, District CO. Kant of Troy road to Mud Creek to tho river on tho west. W. U. McGehee, District 09. East ot Mud Creek to Liberty road, which Includes Caycu. Fulton county will have eight districts, one enumerator In each, but we have not learned who will bo untried for the east end work. Thcso will bo given later. Tho enumerators will begin work April 10th. n Surprise Special 10x17 inches. NO. 7 Stove Pans 10c On Sale SATURDAY MORNING at II o'clock o Tinware And store & I'rather. fixtures at ELLISON BROTHERS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. which we claim you cannot equal elsewhere in the city. All The Newest Trimmings Grasses, Wings, Quills are Wheat Pon Pons, small and large Flowers, and new Chanticleer effect, in fact, we showing every new trimming of the season. BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO. TWO BOYS IN TROUBLE. : lllgKIUS, ago lb tr. d before Judge Nay- Y ziiy on charge of killing ck ;i tr.d appropriating them to . . .Itl.......... U3t ....I vviiiK uviiiiiiuuih aim I. ..I.... ! f .c.i r lie nai buiuuiicvu iu kIiuoI. ,t-- r I arrv a vntlnif Iinv will al. tct r.r- d to tho hoiio of Re- lpn hli own confession, bo I . if 1 1 ... k. ji its i.. - U:ualiU 1 1 V. w x. iiikmi, niiu .iiuiiuu in ma rmiiKNiftimi ...... a" ,1 oiiu or two mora bora hate not been apprehended. I. ftn.uu, i nil COMMISSIONER'S IV, L a J. SALE. t.riult Court. Kentucky. i I lkncfuraut, Plaintiff, again 8 .u of u Judguicnt and order reu- - tl lultun Circuit Court, t'i I" l tut January lorm, .a the aboto cause, for thereof, tho iuui and Fivu Dollars, U pur ' 1" : ai.uuiu from tho 3rd day of Uiu i until paid and costs herein Uu Kocetd to olfer for aalo ut tbo 'J t lluudrvd ti at tho rato of highest bidder, at AUTIO.N, on tho 11th day of liiU, ut 10 o'clock a. m., or iouuiy uoun uuyj, "a tr. dlt of six moutha tho fol- "t d' mbed property, A tri't of laud Iu Fultou county, otuik), bulUB part of tho south- quarter of section 16, T. 1, 11. in SE Comer of auld section Mi bounded ua follows; Beginning " l. uttr of Dyemburi: road at a ruuiilug tbeiico lu a westerly "ciiou to a black locust gate post id road, thence In tho same dl- tion to a white oak trou lu tho ". 'unice to or near tho old In- a tu yara jn tuo foruu,r iUe 1). Corbott and John ""'n fwt.u!, and thence with tho bald " to the Dyersburg road und tho linanig, containing about 10 ncroa to the im-uito-wl- ; Lots of people go through life thinkKILLS HIS BROTHER. ing they aro economical but they nre simply low priced. You get full valWednesday morning thcro was a ue In Hart Schaffnor & Marx clothes deplorable tragedy enacted In tho at Smith & Amberg. Lower Dogwood neighborhood, three O nnd one halt miles from East Prairie, John Adams and family arrived In In which Tobo Emery shot and InHickman, Tuesday night, on tbo Hces stantly killed his brother, Iko Emory. Leo, from Mississippi. They will As near as the facts can bo ascermake their homo here, whero Mr. Ad- tained, It seems that Tobo had been ams wilt engago In tho plumbing and employing Ike to work upon his farm tinning business with his brother, E. and there was some disagreement as W. Adams. The new firm will bo to the amount duo the latter. Tuesknown as Adams Hros. day afternoon, the question of a O enmo up and they could not Several lower bottom folks have agree, and Iko became very abusive formed a telephone company to build In tho presence of Tobo's wife. When lines Into Hickman. Dr. 1. U. Curlln, he left he said ho would return in the l'res; C. T. Uondurant, Treas; nnd morning and settle. Mr. Drown, Mgr., aro the officers Wednesday morning about 7:30 last Saturday. Tho line will Tobo went out to the lot to build a run from Mabel to Hickman, making hog pen. Soon after Ike came in connection with Homo system here. with a calendar In his baud upon A largo number of poles aro already which he had kept bis work tfmo. (INCORPORATED.) up, and they expect to complete some He was very abusive and demanded ot the lines next week. a settlement. Tobe, seeing tho temo per of his brother, told him that It Tho Str. Mengel Box Company left nothing else would do he would got Tuesday on her regular run to Ash-por- his books and settle. Ho went to the ANNOUNCEMENT. TTTI TTTT1 T'l' I T'TT I'TTTTTI TT" and Holes Point, Tenn., after a house after his book and brought a flvo weeks' by up for repairs. Tho shot gun with him when he returned. Mr and Mm. U V. EllUon an nounco tho cuRaRcment and approach- broken shaft In the wheel has been He remarked: "1 am not bringing replaced, cylinders taken out Inn mnrrliiRi! of their dauRhter, AuKATKH-O- ne pr Won! 0nt AUtance. per Week and largerand theInstalled, making her this gun to harm you. I would not Cntli In ones dio Steplioiu KllUon, to Mr. Lewis harm a hair of your head. I bring It ill li li I ill li lull I it ll much more. powerful than ever before to protect myself." II. Kllpatrlck, of Memphis, Tenn., il itiih I II I I I li In! I Tho St, Enterprise, which has been which event will tnko place In April. Ho leaned the gun against the corn Hunch of keys, l'ay for running In her placo, has returned to FOUND: crib and opened his book, when Iko this notice; this office. Cairo. reached for his pistol (which was latMETHODIST CHURCH. er found In his pocket by the coronFOIl SALE: No. 1 good work homo tallowing la tho program for the 0. T. Meacbam, Hickman. 3Sp Several ot Hickman's business men er), and said: "Damn you, I'll kill Knitter Sunday ftervlceii at tho MethFew tons of good aro talking of putting oil on the busi- you!" Then Tobe took the shot gun FOIl SALE: In t church ut 11 a. m. od ness streets this year Instead of and struck at his brother. Ike dodgTimothy Hay. S. L. Hoyster. 1. Anthem "Ho Hath HUcn." sprinkling them with water, if this ed and threw his head to one side, 2. SIiikIiir from Hymnal. TAltl'lNB for coughs and colds Is a good proposition, It ought to bo receiving tho blow with tho muzzle 3. Apoitlei' Creed. 25c per bottle. Helm A Ellison. pushed. A special from Greenville, of tho gun- - Just above and a little 4. I'rayer. back of the left car. The Jar caused FOIl SALE: Good work mare, Miss., on this subject, says: A con- the gun, which was a hammerless, to C. Anthem "Our Knuter Sons." 0 coming A. J. Jones, Cay-c- tract was closed this week for C. Loamin Heading. gallons ot oil, In addition to the discharge one shell loaded with No. Ky. 38p 7. Gloria Tatrl. very large purchase mado some weeks 8 Bhot, which literally tore the left WANTED: 8. Offertory. Small bottom farm, at back side ot his head off, killing him reasonable price. Address Hickman ago. The oil Is a combination of Instantly. 9. Solo. East Pralrlt Eagle. crude petroleum and an asphaltlc oil, Courier. 10. Sermon. forming an artificial bitumen, which 11. Anthem "Christ The Lord la FOIl KENT: Flvo rooms over bar will bo used on tho streets of GreenItlxen Again." ber shop next to La Clede Hotel Mrs. Lillian Leach Morton, ot Texville. Last fall tho city experimented 12". .Miss Jesslo Outten. I'rayer. 40c with a few blocks on main street and as, arrived hero Tuesday to visit her 13. Doxology. cousin, Miss Mabel Wilson. FOIl SALE Six nlco corner lots tho street was not only mado harder In the Uonry Addition. Term to suit pnd smoother but the dust and wa-'c- r Miss Ruth Buchanan, ot Pembroke, purchaser. Julian Choate. question was settled on tho street. Ky., will arrive here Friday to visit 3Uc COMMISSIONER'S- - SALE, Tho city will lay the oil on other Miss Llzzlo Amberg. FOlt talton Circuit Court, Kentucky. eggs SALE: White Plymouth Ilockl, prominent streets tills summer and for sotting. Mrs. A. K. McCon-nelescape tho heavy tax In maintaining j Miss Nell Bondurant went to Union a- 33tfc Hickman. Route 3. Mr. M. J. llolteri ot al Plaintiff, wagons uuring mo ury City Wednesday to visit her sister, galniit A. N. King et al, Defendant. llhodo Island lied inu sprinKiing FOlt SALE; Mrs. Hardy Llgon. season." Kqulty. Eggs, $1 for sotting of IB. Mrs. Emlly vlrtuo ot a Judgment and order ma Hoso, lllckmuu, Ky. 2lc of sale of Kulton Circuit Court, rend70 bushels of FOR SALE: About ered at the Jan. term thereof, 1910, lu the above cau no, for the sum ot best oats at CSc per bushel at my c Dollar farm. UENIIV MANGOLD. Two Hundred und Thirty-twt, Tailored Hats o Courier Want Column Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs. Jennlo McClure, Plaintiff, Mrs. Lou Harper, etc., DefendEquity. ant. By vlrtuo ot a Judgment and Order of Sale ot Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho January term, thereof, 1910, In the above cause, for tho sum ot Eighty-fivDollars with Interest at the rato ot C per cent per annum from tho 21th day of January 1910, until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hickman, Kentucky to tho highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 11th day of April, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit ot six months tho following described property, The SW quarter of Sec. 20 T. 1, R. 5, WeBt, except what Is cut off by road running east and west, containing about 13C acres which belonged to Mrs. Tyler at her death. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and ettcct ot a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. e to-wl-t: J. R, MILNER, Com. St. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services, Thursday, '7 p. m., Good Friday, 10 a. m. Easter Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday 10 a. ni. After Easter Services Sundays It a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion first Sunday tn every month. Good City for Motor Boating. Bangkok should make the Ideal placf for motor boats, being built on both ttldes of the river, and the numerous canals, leading from the river in every direction, afford passageways to all parts of the city for all kinds of craft. e, 14,-00- bet oci Tor Envelope. When you seal an envelope with the white of- - an egg it Is Impossible to team It open. list this Mrs. H. E. week. Pratber is on the sick o 37-3- Wt; or 4,.gSi Or M u "' Wihasir, "T' " kutdeiient thereof to produco of money ho ordered to bo tor tho purchuBo price, tbo w " nitireat l'it, muni th approved aecurlty or execute bond, bearing from tilt) ilnv nf milii nn.l will Ittid and ImvlliL' llu. f.rr. "'''t of n Judsment. Hlddero Pr i h' nri'd t rum. J. M'l Marv I. mi Uth Of . 11. MILNUIt. Com. i... FOll SALE: Owing to a changolu business necessitating mo leaving town, mill wlin In I ... r Hickman, I will sell my home on "mi io Hickman peoplo, U reported J. It. MILNEK, Com. Cirroll street uear tbo Ico l'lunt, OS can bn with ilrnnuv nml O (,I For terms see Mrs. Graves at the only a few duy more. Hayvtlle, A. M. Shaw and wlfo, of Statu residence or write mo at Tiko your produce La., II. W. Graves. to 0. II. Moore. Line, wero lu town WodueBday. ui. i.... .nui.n.... 11 O Interest ut tho rato of C per cent per annum from tho 24th day of December, 1909, until pnld and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for ala at the Court House door In Hick man, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at 1'UllUIC AUCTION, on the 11th day of April, 1910, nt 10 o'clock a. in., or thereabout, (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months tho following described property, Ileginulng at a stake on tho south boundary line; thence north 20 poles to a stake; thenco west 21 poles to a stake West, Dogwood pointer l) foot SU lloech polntor 7 feet south; thenc east 24 poles to tho begluulng, containing three acres nioro or less, und being tho land bought of Mrs. M. J. llolten by und recorded In deed book 25, page 403 lu tho office of tho clerk of tho Kulton County Court. Or sufficient thereof to produco tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of sale until paid, and having tho forco and effect of a Judgment, lllddera will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. with to-wl- llogurs. FOIl SALE: l'atr good strong work mules, $100. Credit until Jan. 1, 1911, lion or easy note. It, 11. For Easter Good boy to huudlu WANTED: agency for reliable steam laundry. Address Martlu Steam Laundry, Mar 40p tin, Touu. S. L. WyundotteB, it. 1. Hods, Duff Arplugtou Eggs. Write or phono for prices. Mrs. Florence, 39p lllce. Hickman. SEE OUR ONE AND TWO STRAP FOIl SALE: PUMPS AND TIES FOR WOMEN They have the snap and style to them that paricular women like. Hie reasonable price, together with the comfort and splendid fitting qualities of these Pumps and Ties make them the ideal foot covering for women who like them good and comfortable. Patent, Gun Metal and Suede, at FOlt SALE; Thoroughbred Drown Leghorn eggs for sotting. For Butting ot 10 eggs, 70c C. A. Murchtson, ad dress, Cujco, Ky, p FOlt SALE: Eggs from prlio Muck Ijuugshans, Huff Hocks, and Whlto Wyandotte. It pays to get the best. Mrs. Anulu McDaulol, 42p lllckmuu, Ky. Uourbou lied Turkeys. llhodo Hud Chickens. Eggs from Red Chtckuus 1 for 10. Write for prlco ot turkeys. Mrs. 0. U. Threlkuld, Stato Lino, Ky. lMay'p $2.00 to $3.30 't BRADLEY & PARHAM HAIR DRIED BY ELECTRICITY Hickman Furniture Company FURNITURE AND Small Ineloted Fan, Held by Handls In End of Which It Switch U Reg- ulate Currant. And now we hnve the etectrlo hfttr drier which ti almost a blasting In view of the ease and quickness with o which tedious operation may bo performed, say Popular No need now to alt In the tun for nn hour combing nnd brushing. one-tlmKltc-trlclt- jr. CAMPAIGN OPENS Not a political campaign but a campaign for business We are prepared to meet tbe demands in all lines f 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 UNDERTAKERS' GOODS First-Clas- s Goods at a price that is within reach of up-to-da- 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 And an Implement Store Electric Hair Drier. This may be a pleasant dlrertlon at time, but then again ono may be In a hurry, nnd nothing dries more ttowly than the hair when one hat no time to wntto. An electric drier la uied to drlre a current of heated air through the hair It consists of a small tncloied handle In the lower end of which It a snapswltch for turning on and off the electric current At the fan revolves It draws nlr In through holtt In the eating and throws out a powerful blast front the noxzte-llkopening. The air before It leaves the eating It alto heated by a small heating coll on the order of the heating units of electric flat Iront. A sketch of one of the so fans Is shown. The blowor cate la made of an aluminum eating light and very neat In appearance. The motor It a high grade machine adapted to operate on either alternating or direct cur o We Can Save Yoci Money Four car loacU recently received and allotted to the various department and combined in one great Department Store Here are tome of the apccialtie in the Implement Line Vulcan Chilled Plow, Oliver Chilled Hootier Corn Planters Hoe and Disc Cultivator Harrows, Stalk Cutters Farm and Poultry Fence Ohio River Salt, etc., etc Car load of the famous Delker Buggies just in, representing the highest attainment in buggy making. A mammoth aggregation of 925,000 worth of merchandise. A great special CASH SALE commencing FURNITURE CO. HICKMAN (Incorporated) E. E. REEVES, Manager m Reasons for Safety THE HICKMAN BANK Has Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15,000.00 rent ELECTRIC CLOCK IS UNIQUE Making a total of $65,000.00 which stands, not as the total security, but as the gin of security protecting our depositors. mar- One Without Handt on Exhibition In Chicago Hat 5,485 Colored Globet and Mile of Wire. An electric clock without handt la exhibited In Chicago. Its peadulsm weight more than 3,000 pounls. It contains 5.4S5 colored bulbs and over a mile of wire. The minutes are lam ented by 00 series of IlghU, each series containing 12 globe eovered bulbs, radiating from an ornamental catsr piece to the outer edge of the dlaL Shorter rows of different colored lights Indicate the hour, and these change their poiltloa 12 timet during each ft mlnutrt. or once every five minutes. The tecondt are shown by 60 lights placed at equal distances around tas extreme outer edge of tho face. The hour figures are three feet high, outlined In colored lights. Each secoa4 the Illumination In the outer circle of light moves forward one bulb, and when the dial has been entirely circled, the lights Indicating the minute nlto advance, and the hour haad, formed by lights, makes Itt tlow Journey at Intervals. flve-mlnu- Saturday, April 2nd, and Closing Saturday, April 9th, Be careful how you make your purchase elsewhere. 1910 sale. Wait for this great Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STATE bank, operated under the strict banking laws of Kentucky. At least four sworn reports are made each year. Its funds are protected by a modern Burglar Proof Steel Safe and Vault, and are insured against burglary and sneak thieves. Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discbarge of their duties. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservative management, assure tk-- patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential of a good bank. NAYLOR MERCANTILE CO. OAYOE, K.Y EASTER DINNER. Wo all like carljr, fresh vegetables. Invito the ladles to visit my store and seo a nlco selection of vegetables, and I am certain you will bo suro to buy. A few of tho tempt lug things are Tomatoes, those nice, 1 DIED SATURDAY. INTERESTED IN AUT0J. WE SELL: MOTION MACHINE IS NOVELTY Perpetual Motion Machine Displayed In Store Window Attracts Pub. He's Attsntlon. Thousands of people have watched this presumed perpetual motion machine whirl In store windows where It has been dlspkiyed as a means of drawing attention, but none of tbeta so far have guested what makes It go. Nothing like a wire, magnet or motsr can be found anywhere about It, the glass balls keep revolving, ceaae- - LUMBER CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY ji W. A. DODDS F. E. CASE & SON STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Motlon Machlns Intsretti Publle. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFAC-TION- . GIVE US A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE Iettly, day and night. To prove perfect Insulation from outside forces the glass balls revolve on a Ehtss axle under a glass bell, ou a glass plate, supported by wine glasses, but the Inventor Is an electrlclun. The Kaater buta have three known dimensions, breadth, height and thick ni!t8. Tho unknown quantity Is can we scratch up enough cash to pay for ono. Tho IouUviHe fomvr Jourtu I tho following to i said K. 8. Moor r prrwratht tho Ceneral Assembly or Ky., as he rntircd l" Armory yesterday acd L m the cause of death. firm ones like I always have; let Deceased formerly resided In Mis- a scene of un'.ta.rd I tuce, Radishes, Asparagus, Kbunarb, sissippi county, Missouri, but came Mivira, una nn h.i 17 Grape Krult, extra largo; Celery, tho to this city November 1, 1909, w hero Frankfort and s'oppea a u DurStf prettiest and loncest ou tho market. ho has made his home since. He Is to see tho motor thu Come early before Its all sold. survived by his mother; ono brother. When In need of nice, fresh, jiuro Henry Ilallard; and ono sister, Mrs, bo has detoted pracUis "' i1 of tlmo to automobile Kgti.A .o creamery butter, you can find sumo llulah Demon. V Sl.M I " at Amberg's store, as ho has It 111 Hurlal took place at llrownsvlllc, r f J tail vim. WU transit all tho tlmo. So many peo Sunday afternoon. houses. The ineaiurr m ple are fooled on creamery butter O v. Willi IIJO because a great deal of creamery but A young man, belonging to a good traffic. ter Is bought and sold for pure cream ery, when no cream baa been near family, but overloaded with bad whls tho butter, but tho butter that I koy, camu near losing his life while PILESI PILESI have Is Just what I represent It to In this city last Saturday afternoon. si s nit fHMmnL bo. When you want a nice pound of l'hyslclaus were forced to use hyper ti.Mr-- Pi butter call nnd sea mo before mak dermics and artificial respiration a euro .u.iau, u.ceu.u a last resort to suvo tho young man's ItiK your purchase llfo. His "Jag" almost had tho best My now lino of hardware Is at once. acU m a poultice, iU" dally and will soon bo ready for of him. Ho finally survived, though stsni muni y uiiauu it was a narrow escape. Wo with .teUtf your Inspection. U prepares for l'Hes snd . hv drill Don't forget tho placo where you hold his name out of respect for tho can got pure sugar house molaHses family, and ho owes It to them as mall DOc and i vu.- In all size cans all summer long, wall as himself to let this bo his Props., Clevoland, Oslo. Words cannot express tho quality last spree. Many other young men and tasto of Amberg's Favorite Mo lu and around Hickman will do well ....... a to profit by his experience. Kutlrely irtV' r fu lasses. Try a packngo of my Health food. too many are taking to this habit, ... . ..- - .,. i... U..IHW tut oner ui t ..... It will keep you in good health. This which is very evident from the fact v..nr. llnfiirtuiiSTtir ,l' that nearly every express brings in I. opt to fon-- t m luit cereal goods Is germ proof. from ten to fifty gallons of llijuor key I have Just received my celebrated ho put the lino of Hunts llros. California Canned and tho rottonust kind, at that. Cut -- Ofruit nnd Iiluo Lubol lino of vegeta It out, boys, its poor business. . . .1 1.....,n KV lSl blcs, Jollies nnd .'reserves. in record price was made MT1 a J. L. AMllKim. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Im fAiiv ItntTA III ill J n " ... i w.rnt.d COO iwuno- v i4aar Have you neglectsd your kidneys? J. A. Mooro, who Is superintending owiirr, Thorns- Have you overworked your nervous brought the tho erection of a big mill for tho Men $1,080. gel llox Co., at Ilayylllu, La., came system and caused trouble with your u kidneys and bladder! Have you palu homo Monday for a short stay. Mrs. ....m!lT (W b' lu loins, side, back, groins and bladiu Tne greoK" J Mooro and llttlo daughter nro still k.udr a at Ilnyvllle, and may spend several der? Have you a flabby appearance f farmer, and eyes hnl.I 111 Ml. I.""" . . tv,r ' weeks there before returning to Hick of the face, especially under tbe nunnlcfs ei Too frequent a desire to pass urlnoT 15(10, unuur - -..,..,' .. I man. If so, Williams' Kidney Tills will cure orgaun-- O Wist . Druggist, Trice 60c. " i .oo.OOO H" Fiscal Court, Tuesday, April Cth. o Jno. Ilallard, ago S9 years, died at tho home of his stepfather, Kale Kel-leIn West Hickman, Saturday, afternoon. Lung trouble, from which ho had suffered for many years, was !. ttt fc V v- . - youat -- OooooooooooooO o o o YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN Try the Corier 's Want CoIumnlc per word o A. M, TYLER o Attorney at Law I am now o located at Padu o can, but will contlnus to prao o tlco In the courts of Fulton o county and will be In Hickman Silas Murrel, formerly of the Cou o every 2nd and 4th Monday, rier force, drifted In from Humboldt, o o o o o o o Teuu., Sunday, to speud a few days. Huv. W. Q. Stockton and family br. left Saturday fur Kenton, Term., to Organlxatlous. attend u meeting of tho Tresbytory. ..... ;m J1.00 Hov. Stockton delivered two sormous there Sunday, 6hln.l. O K. YaUs ow' Mrs. Minnie Adama and two llttlo .. -- n jo.il. daughters returned to Fulton, Sunday ln.ull0 DiaD after spending several days with her countyKulton mother, Mrs. M. B. McNeil, of uear luu from oday from xiuusutown. wlhtw.nv""" Y . s -