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Grease the Axles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitchjlp IIWIW ..inur Bl SO. At WEBTEBH KEHTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH Dr. P. B. Curlin 31, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED II THE TEAR 1HIIO I0.B4a No More Hangings in Kentucky Neu Law Provides for Execution of Criminals by Electrocution at Penitentiary the leather straps that aro taxed to their full strength by the plunging forward of tho victim. Two minutes go by and again the current Is shut off. Seldom C.rfriiti Hart ickrr Ic Man YOU'LL you see for feel like taking hat to us when what we've done you in providing stylish, high class clothes for you. Hart Schaffnei: &JViarx have made for us a wonderful lot 4 of the finest we've ever shown. We'd like to show them to you. fabrics every time; nnd the best tailoring and fit you ever had. Suits $18.50 to $25. Good values in medium priced suits at $10 to 16.50 All-wool or ever Is It necessary to apply tho current tho third time, for r sLLLLY two shocks of 1.000 volts tho first Description of the "Chair." In accordance with the provisions time and 2,500 volts tho second time of a new law enacted by tho General At Chnrlestown, Mass., Just across have always proved sufficient. How lBBksl .BBBBBBI BBBBK Assembly and signed by tho Governor the river from Iloston, the condemned ever, In some Instances it Jiaa been I tho death penalty will be Inflicted In mnn dons a suit of black the day on men tho future by means of electricity. which the death watch la placed up- necessary to give condemned Is ex Ihreo applications before llfo . .nBBBBBBH lsBjBtV Tho law becomes effective June 15. on him. This habit Is xut after the tinct. This means Hint no more scaffolds fashion of n sailor suit and Isworn IbBBBbY-ILBBBB- I will be erected In the slntu to be by the .convicted person two or three Davis " used In hanging convicted men. The days before tho penalty Is paid. The official execuUoner of Now electric chair probably will be InstallThe prisoner Is never told by the York State Is called by the "yellow" ' ed In the Frankfort penitentiary. warden of the prison Just when the BBBBBLfcL of the East "Mankllllng" Da Hack of the now law Is an Interest- execution will tako place. Ho Is tak- Journals vis. Ho has a record for executions. ing story It wns framed by Jno. II. en by surprise at midnight when his employed by three or four of I'flanz, with tho assistance of Judge cell Is opened by deputies and these Ho is the Eastern States. His feo Is S75 Carroll, of Eminence, several years three words fall upon his ear: for each execution, and It is said that ago. It was up for consideration at "Wo nro ready." ho has In his time sent more than 75 three different sessions of the Legis Ilctween two men. with a priest men to eternity. It was looked upon with Wlio vsn rrrvntljr tlrctrd proaldrnt of tlio lature before bringing up tho rear, the march to favor. Telephone Oompnny that will lull Id lino tho chnlr begins. Down the long cor from Walnut I on to Hickman LOOKS BETTER NOW. Tho second time tho bill was up ridor, their heels striking hard upon was when Sen. McN'utt Introduced It the cement floors, the little party of According to a decision made by CHEAPER THAN WATER. This was two years ago. Tho close men wend their way. Suddenly they the refereo In the Geo. Hardy estato It hus boon ascertained that the contest for U. S. Senator at. that time pass through a door and all stand In last Friday afternoon, the farmers streets of Hlckiunn enn bo oiled diverted attention from the bill, and a small room with the electric chair who had wheat stored in the elevator cheaper tban sprinkled with water, It died. At the 1910 session, the bill lu front of them. there will stand a chance to receive pracaccording to the sprinkling fates as went through both houses with Against the wall are six chairs, a very good per cent of the value of tically no opposition. charged heretofore. These are for the six witnesses. Tho their wheaL Wo tako ono business house on prisoner steps forward, Is given an Equipment to Cost $7,000. Thoso holding receipts for No. 3, opportunity to speak his last words, will receive about 60 per cent, and Clinton street for example. Tills firm It was Herman D. Newcomb who and Wxt Is seated In the chair. His 'no grade" people will get the full a- has 34 square yards as their half of the bill at tho last ses hands are strapped to the arms, his mount, or 94 cents for every bushel. In front of tho building, Introduced the street ud pay "5c a month for water sprluk sion. He made many alterations In ankles to tho legs of the chair and Thoso having No. 2 will have to parling, making a total of $3.75 for tho the original measure. He got In toue a small steel cap, in which Is a wet ticipate as general creditors, as no with officials In New York and the sponge, Is fitted over the top of his seasou. fund is provided for that grade. They state of Ohio, where tho electric chair head. His trousers are silt at the oil can bo put on the samo Crudo stand a chance to get about 20 per 8 used, and collected data as to knetu so that two little wires can cent, wo understand. 34 yards for CSc per application, or the probable cost of Installing tho come In contact with tho skin. 1.3C for tho season, two applications This will beat losing tho whole will being sufficient for tho season. Or, equipment and the amount that thing; but hereafter farmers will find Behind Screen. Exeeutloneer expended each time a If, for tho sake or argument, it re have to bo it cheaper and more satisfactory to extreme, penalty. signal Is given. Tho executioner do their own "storing." Farmers In quired an application of oil each murderer pays the A month, It would still bo cheaper, ns 'Mr. I'flani says that It will cost behind a screen, pulls a lever, and other sections of the country hold about $7,000 to purchase all of the tho body plunges forward, straining their wheat until tho market gets It would cost only CSc against 75c The Courier doesn't claim to bo au- - equipment, Including tho chair. Sb'oul hard at tho Btraps. As long as the right why not us? thorlty on tho results obtained from jjio New York modo of execution bo current Is on the convicted man Is oiling Uio streets, but many towns apopieu, ii win cost mucn more man elevated in tho air. At tho end of Tho federal gTand Jury at Chicago ono minute the current Is turned off using It aro very enthusiastic over th. tbo amount montloned. anil the condemned sinks back limp has indicted tho National Packing Co., results. Hie 'law docs not state positively vioCnshler Kevd, of tho Hickman that tho scene of each execution af- ly in tho leather seat- - Physicians and ten subsidiary concerns for law for combinDank, wrote last week to tho Mayor ter June 15 shall be at Frankfort. then step forward, feel the pulse and lating the antl-U-uing to control tho price of meats. of Greenville, Miss., where oil is used A clause in the bill plainly says that listen to the heart beats. thq Naasking what be thought of It. Follow tho electric chair shall be placed In faint flutter of the pulse and an Tho effect will be to dissolve A Is tional Packing Co., but mark our preing Is his reply: "a penitentiary" somewhere In tho other signal Is given. The current bo doing busistate, the place to bo decided by the acaln applied and again the body diction, tho trust will Is no sound ness at the old stand tho next tlmo I rison Commission; therefore It may plunges forward. There Greenvlllo, Miss., In the room except tho creaking of you hear from them. March, 23, 1910, bo at Eddyvllle. "Man-KlllingK-BBBL- TsH '.ssLLHi sBBH 1 Mr. W. C. Keed. Hickman, Ky. T This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Smith & Amberg MARRIAGE LICENSE. tho wife of Ghobon, died Frlduy morning at The following were granted 11 ease it o clock after a few days Uluess to marry In Obion county last week: Pfieuiuoula, In Fulton. 8ho was Brpt ig, 1887, and was at tho T. F. WhlUorth aud Cauillu King 'tow of hor demise 2214 yirit old. lid Hampton and Lulu Johusou. ' ai a dovout member of the Nora Crous and Umber Tltworth. drill, an church and a member of O. E. Nanny and Dixie Tucker. to Woodmen Circle. 1). Meadows and Nora Hell Luker, D. Bhuw aud l'carl llell. U. A. lVtyue uud Fuuulu Mlluer. Thurman Kerluy and Anna Wright Un. Florence OhoUon. Dear Sir: lleplylng to yours of tho 23rd Inst, will say that about six months ago wo tried 0,000 gallons No. 5 Standard Asphalt Kond Oil on our streets and that our city council and citizens wcro so well satisfied with tho experiment that tl.o council contracted for five tank cars of oil, aggregating about 32,000 gallons; 12,000 of which has been received and put on tho streets, nnd the balance Is on tho way. Our experience Is that It will keep down tho dust for four or flvo months and I think that Beveral applications will permanently Improve tho road bed. These applications to be made at longer Intervals as they nro It takes about hulf gallon of oil to squaro yard for tho first application, and less thereafter. This oil per gallon f. o. b. coats us of a Greenvlllo, and ubout cent per gallon to distribute For the experiment tho Standard, Oil Co. furnished an expert to put ou tho oil. We use our water sprlukllug wurous, taking off tho water sprlnK-lin- g nparutus and using a simple o suggested by tho export, which was made aud put ou tho wagons by our local foundry. This appliance Is pipe nnd perforated made of with much larger holes than for woto tho oil Is too heavy tp flow through the water sprinkler. Tho Btandard Oil Co. will send nu expert to your city, and I havo requested them to do so. Yours truly, Uio After Easter MtlUneiy Spring Season is at its height. A new hat is the desire and thought of every woman, and never at any time of our business career have we been so well able to meet the demand of nearly every woman with millinery of so pHE 3c one-fourt- h Cm Kwi W Lowe Brothers High Standard Liquid And HO- D- Paint ri-n- Gives Best Results that is thi l reillll.nnl nrlri. r,.r nallnn rnnilrtrra. Twelve people were ludlcted ThurB day at Cairo by tho special gruuu Jury of tho Alexander county circuit court for bolus lu the mob which stormed the county jail on Uie night of Fubruary 17 lust. Tho offenso wit which 'hey uro churged Is uot u fol ouy, as they did not get so fur as to break down tho Jail doors, as consequence tho extreme penalty on conviction Is a fluo of not exceeding 1500 uud a Jail sentence of uot to OX' coed six mouths iu tho couuty jail, Win. Yurger, Mnyor. If oil is cheaper und pvos better results, there Is no good reason wuyi wo should not uso It. The Increasing traffic pn our streots Is maklug tho dust prpblem ono or greatest luip.r-i ttanco. While our before Easter business was very large we have not allowed our stock to run down, but, on the contrary, are making a larger showing than last week. You cannot, in justice to yourself, buy a hat without first visiting our department; you have here twice the assortment of trimmed hats and shades to choose from, as J Speaker Geo. S. Wilson has mpved to from Union county to Oweusboro vacating his wear.reiultj Two to three years make his homo, thereby , Union fr 'service, and surface left In seat as representative from county. In the ovent or an extra I sw condition for new painting. t presumed that u now speak, Nothlnp tlMttr In TTIflmnn Ar Will, slon, H Tho bank of tho Mississippi river i I 4 IV D ttaa W a er will have to bo ciecicu uy me botween Wickllffo and Fort Jefferson n County. Prices are right, too. House. has caved In durlug the past few house days until the river now runs at the Ti.n imnV worm and tho that formerly was cleaning microbe, are both manifest- foot of the hill halt a mile from the oast bauk. I Hlckiuau. (Incorporated) l.ig their prence Coverino r cults rt .t n t r1 4 a nna wit more square feet covered. ! aa, i you'll find at any other store. Prices to suit all pocket books. SMITH & AMBERG towgill's Drug Store - THE HICKMAN COURIER DEALS DEATH ON TRAIN KYtt Wlr k'sntuckr I.Iks ths Dsw" CONDUCTOR k MEETING ANOTHER FRIEND CANNON KNOCKED OUT INVITES COALITION TO DECLARE SPEAKERSHIP VACANT. Democrat Accept Dcfl Their Resolution Vacating the Speakership Voted Down Amid Wild Scents, Washing! on. Speaker Joseph O. Cannon as a iwdltlral entity, and Cannonlsm as esnmplifled by tho speaker, were ground (o piece In a revolution In th house of representatives Saturday. lly a vote of 101 to 151 the allied Insurgent Republican and the Democrat ousted him from the committee on rules, through which he had wielded his great rat nnd enlarged that committee from five to ten member. By the same vote reversed 111 to lot the house, however, declined to Isk the speaker' chair away from Mr. Cannon. Not only were Cannon and hi staunch supporter outvoted, but they wrre outgeneraled and outfought. And not only wrrr they given tho most humiliating repudiation that any leader of the house have ever sullcrrd, but they were made to taste (he bitter medicine they have o often administered when they had th party lash and the fear of party excommunication to help them to achieve ruth-lvictory. For the sprakrr himself, though he died, a he often ssld he would when his time came, "with his boots on," he had the courage, the audacity, or whatever it may be railed, to retort to the vote that discredited and repudiated him with a defiance of those who had crushed him and literally dared them to follow up their victory and throw him out of the swslcr' chair. Also the sjiraker' old guard fought with eual bravado to the end. Braced by the speaker himself, they made th g best showing possible under the rlmimstancrs, and when the speaker uttered his final words to hit enemies, they stood up and cheered him fa though they had won the grrat battle of their lives, instead of hating lost that WniWFN WjfajSMEll and r A CiSEXTOJty GETS A INTERCEDES BULLET THROUGH HEART. 1 1 Coprr1ht WC1 Editors and Proprietor. " " ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. pestofBca m second-clas- s A MAIL BOX AT Dtivtn from Coach, Still Shooting Aftct Being Shot la Face with Riot Gun. An exciting battle Wilmington, IX--I In which three men were killed, occurred n a Halt I more A. Ohio rai Iron ill rnVn this ifternoon. Tho fight began at Newark, Several Del., and ended In this city. persons Mere wounded In the affray. The triple tragedy was tho result uf in altercation between llcthea, who was t passenger, and William", tho porter in the Pullman parlor car. Dethca Shoots Potter. Pethcn. who had been drinking heav- lly, shot the porter through the henrt, killing htm Instantly. When Conductor Wcllman saw. the porter fall he ran to the scene to remonstrate with the pas senger, who still held the revolver In hjs hand. Hethea fired a second shot Into the negro's body. Then without n word Hethea shot Wellmnn through the heart. The conductor fell dead in hit tracks. IWore tho passengers could interfere the ioiiblo murderer barricaded himself In the toilet room of the Pullman car and threatened to kill the, first person who sppronched. Meanwhile the train reachWhen it came into the ed .Wilmington. station a hurry call was sent to the folic station. A juad of, patrolmen, reinforced by park guards arid a posse of citizens and trainmen, ran to the scene. Opens Fire on Police. The policecnlled upon llcthea to sur render. As an answer ho opened the door iof.,the- toilet, room nndopcned flro at the police and tho crowd from an automatic pistol. Pethea is believed to have had at least 100 rounds of ammunition, for he suc ceeded in holding the jose at bay and also held up the train from 3:17 until di35. During this time many shots were fired on both sides, until finally all the windows of the enr were riddled. When the liattie had lasted about an hour, the olice realized they would be uuahla.io drive the man from cover. A call was sent t,p a. local fire company. The, firemen responded with theitngioa. Atta'cliirig a high pressure iose to a fire pliip, and with sthe firemen earricadrd behind trucks and boards, a stream, of water was played upon the" windows of the toilet room. Tho desperado fired a nuinbeftofisbots at the firemen, but they were not in jured. Subsequently IletheaJ drenched with water, staggered to the platform and the police once more railed upon him to surrender. His reply was several shots In quick order from, his revolvsr. 1)rfven- - from Car." Captain, TEvans fired a load of Police shot luo, BethcVa fart. Notwithstanding this'Jnjury, kc'kcpt'.bn. biasing away. Patrolman. . Bougbraan, opened,, fire with right a pistol and atruekr' Dethea. In arm. ,.Tho desperate man tried, to fire again,, but Snrgsant Kelchcr ant in a shot and he jeiutlrad. While it was4 believed by some of the passengers who fled "when the train reached Wilmington that, (lie desperado was insane, other passengers said he ap peared to be sane, with the exception that he had been drinking. - OF MIDDLE s Aon Nccd Lydia E. Pinkham" Vcec ab e Cnmn,- -j Urookflcld, wn ... " II unit LI. iu mi anv in,i Teif, rs Mo.-"T- THE DOOR. Ono of tho suggestions of the post master general for economizing In hli department Is that tho peoplo put up llttlo boxes or other receptacles M their front doors, so that tho postman will not havo to stand and wait until somebody answers tho bell. A great deal of tlrao Is wnstcd.br. the postman having to wait It Is In the Interest of an efficient find economic sqrvlce to provldo these llttlo conveniences And then they nro not onl conven lences for tho postman; they Tiro nlec for tho people of tlio house. "Thor Is tho mall man," says tho housckecp cr, with her hands In tho dishwater or mixing thednuKh for the .family brend "run, 'Johnny, to ' tnct door," nnd Johnny is down In tho back yard trying to lasso a black cat. "but by this tithe tho mall mAn, thinking no. ono Is at home, goes off with tho expected letter from Mary, who Is visiting over In Chicago, nnd so the family is deprived of the plensuro for several hours, simply for tho lack of a neat Icttor-bo- x at the front door. lit-41- -.- .1- ' poef ItlM... u.n 1 1 1 .. ri.11 1ISPTT TV -. LI. u mi ""It HI I C I ui inrr A. i . v v uaiirrs str t n a -w eati Veffet.MV'E" I'vuiiu inn it .i jwitssny The Income Tan Amendment Hss Been Ratified by Oklahoma. urn nmss nn J .L "'jujing. " j Mr. C.J" - Urookficlil. Mr. - ROASTS UNCLE JOSEPH COUNCILMEN CONFESS MUST DESTROY CANNON. CRY. GO - IIVIII Ul UL I r I I H. I. i. BEFORE CRIMINAL JUDGE AND TAKE "IMMUNITY BATH." Wf man aA.t I Republicans Cited. spondingRulings Keep Speaker From Re- Those Who Do Not Make Their "Confes-lion-" Indicating Crarism Will Be Prosecuted by Dis- r n Tin urn ..!.. m m,i ii 19 vesinj d tllP - I womrn , i ,t. n .t VnratAlilM trict Attorney. PitUbtirp, Pa. Forty present and former members of the select and common councils under Indictment on a charge of bribery and ten more with suspended sentence and held in tiOO bonds uxm their confession of sharing in a ool of $102,000 to Influence the vote of the municipal holies, Is the result of the first day's probe of the grand Jury, following the sensational coufesslon of (apt. John Klein, former member of rouceils. All day long Judge It H. Fraser sat as a committing insgistrate In the criminal court room and his desk beeamn "a throne of grace" to the many council-meunder suspicion who swarmed Iwfore the judge to be "washed of their sins," On one flour uf the court building the firand jury would hear the conscience-stricke- n conncllmrn, who would then go before Judge Fraser and take the Immunity bath, olfered by the district attorney. L'p to the adjournment of court for the day ten hail confessed their guilt. In most instance the amount of money they confessed to accepting as a briln was not ottr $100. One man got $100 and another $300, while others gut but $11.10. Uyh rrv,f nn.1 Prt...:. ' i.. T " f i Tho report of the geological survey ihows the remarkable growth In the production of natural gas In tho United States, tho output havjng risen Jrom 1215.000 in 1SS5 to $54,610,000 in 1908, op 251 times tho value 2S years igo, This is a tremendous increase But tho question will bo suggested to many minds whether such enormous consumption of natural gas will not toon exhaust the supply. In fact. Id rne or two localities thcrq baje been complaints that during (ho cold' waves of the present winter the natural gas has proved an uncertain reliance for heating purposes, sometimes 'falling , " ; j i . L wnfMf mos't tlcrr A iltrio'co'nscrvft? more Effective' 'Wgulatidn might be in order. nee-def- r nno--' Tho' marvelous power of recuperation possessed by the French is already beginning to show tho rehabilitation of Paris Is beginning. Notwithstanding the- damage has monuted' In tho multlmlllions, tho peoplo are not discouraged, by tho vast task before them, but have attacked tho problem pt restoration without - delay and to a spirit of courage, whcb Indeed, li characteristic of tho age, and, In connection with the Gallic, buoyancy ol temperament, 'may confidently be expected to work miracles. Pearsons, the Chicago, million-aire who has been giving so. much money to small colleges throughout the country, says that on April 1 he Iff going 't6 havVh7 general squaring up with all tho Institutions to whfbb he has promised money and that he is going on a rampage of giving that wil end' only when bis millions are all goue. "I lntond to die penniless," he Bays, and hi- real! nets tfs though lie meant it "Dr. , Washington. One of the most btttrr personal attaeks upon Speaker Cnnnnu thus far was made in the huuse just before adjournment Tuesday by Mr Sh.icLelford of Missouri. "I am not talking about Cannonlsm," shouted Mr. Shackelford, looking straight into the eyes of Speaker Cannon, uho occupied a scat on the Hepilhllcan side. I am talking about Cannon. Mr. Prince, of Illinois, who waa pre siding during the consideration of the pension appropriation bill, rapped the Missouri mcmlwr to order, whrreuiiun Mr. Shackelford changed hit language. saying, "I am talking aliout the gentle man from Illluols, the Hon, Joseph u Cannon." As Cato had ended all his speechea hy declaring that 'Cartilage must be destroyed," Mr. Shackelford sahl, so for years he had been declaring that Cannonism must be destroyed if llepublicanism and representative government In America were to Ut. ''Come on, Murdock, let us fight it out on the principles that lie at the foundation of free government, shouted Mr. Shackelford, in tragic tones, ges ticulating as though defying the power he was opposing. Mr. Shackelford cited Instances of rulings of the speaker in refuting to recognize members, Mr. Cannon roso. in his place to make reply, but llcpubll- cans near him urged him not to do so, and he gave In. - ... Ulfi imMiUHuaiinn I'Mtvuiuriikn. uurnifi itimn Ia Ji. i. . le. If JOtl Wlllllll like StXVlr.1 heart-breakin- Hal letter tiMri,lMnkh i.ynn. .ilnan. Hrr ndvlcn u sviiil uliruru lmi..r,.i battle, session of the It was a history-makinhouse that brought about the defeat of Cannon, It like wa never beheld none of those who took part in the fight remember the occasion, or an occasion that approached that of Saturday In importaucr. And no session of this generation of legators approached It, either In the intense excitement, the wild disorder, the bitterness of feeling or the Intern partisanship that wa displayed. g For Lame saariBBafrT Back forty-FiT- e kFlled Tn criminate WRECK Indis- An aching back is relieved by an app'-- ti' r tis'r a Living and Dead Piled in llap. Sloan's Ltn.mcnt Tins Imimcnt takes the p' o( massage and Is bc!!:7 1 a Mkky plasters. It pcictritti without rubbing thrc-- b j The greatest surprise of the day came late iu the afternoon when Dr. W H. Webber, member of select council, appeared before Judge Fraser and made a confession almott as startling a that of Klein. Dr. Webber told of receiving $10,000 in a shoe box. Tins, he said, h FAIR1ANKS WELCOMED HOME The London post office, which is closed from Saturday night to Monday, morning, will deliver letters on Sunday by you see. you ,must write your letter and. post-I- t beforo the post office can telephone It isn't at all strango that people aro saying it will be much easier to do their own noannounccs that' it it telephoning. j b Former Vice President and His Wife An ' Given a Big. Reception i Indianapolis," Ind, All Indiana joined Thursday in w el wining Iipmo,. farmer Vic President Charles W. Fairbanks and Mrs. Fairbanks. Tho distinguished couple arrived iu the afternoon from their trip, nnd were greeted by the cheer of their friends and admirers from all parts of tho state. All the mayors of Indiana cities had been asked to send representatives, nnd most of them had complied. Tho school children of this city alio participated in the exercises. Only two speeches were made, the address of welcome by Gov. Thomas P. Marsliall and the response by ilr. Fairbanks. , 'round-the-wor-- A woman in Los Angeles agreed tc .MEETS IN CEDAR FALLS. a divorce for her husband In considertit.- ' l' ation of a locket, and a fur coat Even tho husband's Joy at being free must Northwestern 'Iowa Press Association Opens Its. Convention. have been somewhat dampened by this slight value placed upon his affecl Cedar Falls, la. The tions. meeting of the Northwestern Iqwa Press Association opened here Thursday with This whole meat , problem, might President Bernard Murphy of the Vinton bo quickly solved if a lot of Jbo people Eaglo in the .chair and a largo attendTim Journalists will who aro complaining at tho high ance of" editors. prices would quit trying to live In the be iu session two days. The morning cities and betake, themselves to the program wait oeiiM by Howard L. Itann of the Manchester Press with u paper luxuries of farm life. on "Can the Laws Providing for PubStories of tho large stttris received licity Be Knforcedt" . L. II. Henry ol as tips by New York waiters may yet the Charles City Press spoke about job priutiiig iu u country office, Charles J bring numerous applications for places Wonser of the Tama City Herald on col in restaurants from peoplo who are lection agencies and Paul Woods of the rilling to bo haughtily condescending hldora Ledger on rural routes. Thurs lor less money. , day evening the editors lUteued to ad semi-annua- dresses by Mayor Pfeilfer mid Gov. 11. V. A Now York organization of wealthy Carroll. At noon Fridny n dinner was women are seeing1 that horses are sened by the Commercial Club of Cedar ibod frco in the slippery wcatlxr. Fulls. Considering the prlco of leather, it Gave Cotton Seed Luncheon. would bo well to bo a horse. Washington. lteprcsentativo lliall ol Texas was hot ut an lufuriiial luncheon Another advanco In tho price of golf today in honor of the, luisiubers of t Lie flails is announced, but we are glad to houne committee on agrleiiUu'ru und the bq sblo to a88uro tho public that no menu consisted exclusively of biscuit, Immediate incrcuso in tho cost of cto-ju- fruit enko uud cookies inado from cot tonseed meal which had been sent to Mr, mallets Is threatened. lleall by J. W, Allison, president of the When on American heiress learns oil mill at hums, Tex. It Is tho con census of opinion among the members :he language of her tided husband It of. tlx eummittee that wheat Hour noti .ellerttH him of tho embarrassment of ha a worthy rival ln cottonseed mca? taking Sot money In English before in its refitted state m a pulutulle article ?popJe, of food. CLAPP RAPS RAILROAD BILL gave to Klein for member of common council, while he kept $4,000 to "fix" Shippers Have Rlfht to Representation members of the upper branch. Later, according to Webber, it was in Court. found necessary to secure more vote Washington. "Absolutely retold and more money was raised and when tionary" wus the term applied by Sena this was dhided it was found that the tor Ciapp in the senate Tuesday to additional councilman's share was but some of the protlnluns of the adminis $1.10. tration railroad bill. FWTHEODORE In the course of his remarks, Mr. NO PENSION Clapp sharply criticised many of the provisions of tho bill. He was especially Allowances Voted to Mesdames Clevesevere in dealing with the polity of land and Harriion. "specialization" in the judiciary, say Washington. The senate committee ing that to select five men to hear all on pensions Monday agreed to report fathe railroad cases Inevitably would sub- vorably bills to grant pnuions of $3,000 ject them to public censure a censure a yvar to France Folsont Cleveland, so intense that he did not believe even widow of Oroer Cleveland, the Apostle Paul could stand up under and Mary Lord Harrison, widow of it. Benjamin Harrison. The comHe contended for the right of the ship- mittee declined to report a bill to place pers to representation in tho progress Roosevelt on the retired list of any case in the court involving order as coniinandcr-ln-chlc- f of the army and of the Interstate commerce commission. navy, and give him $10,000 a jrar for To eliminate the commission, place tho the remainder of hi life. defense iu the hands of the department This hill does not mention Mr. Itoose-ve- lt of justice and make the United States by name, but applied to rty the defendant would rob the real of the United States." at interest of all right of defense. Ha denounced the provision as absolutely SUES MINISTERS FOR LIBEL contrary to the spirit of American,' institutions. Candidate Denies He Used Bttr to Secure Votes. WOMEN WOULD RUN CHURCH Butler, Pa. llev. Claudius Freeman, pastor of the Lutheran church, claims Skirt Contingent Demands Equal Rights that six local ministers recently charged that a "candidate fur school director in M. E. Church. shiplxd to Mam, tho day before Atlanta, Ga. Tho women of tho tils' election, a barrelPa., beer fur the purof Southern Methodist Church are preparpose of Inlluenclng votes." Freeman deing for the battle in the coming quadclare that he was the candidate meant, conference, at Ashevillo, N, 0.,' rennial and today he had warrants Issued for a recognition of their rights In the charging criminal libel against the six church. They uro demanding the same rights granted the laymen in the coun- ministers. Dynamite Replaces Plow. cils of the church, and their organizaSpartanburg, H. C J. II. Caldwell, tion is confident that their deinuud will bo grunted. Meantime, the women are a fanner near here, broke up au ucro taking no chuiices, but are conducting of land with 800 charge of dynamite, au uctho propaganda through the pul- the explosive being med instead of the Several plow. .Mr. Caldwell claims that blasting pit, the press and by letters. prominent ministers have declared in land with dynumltu Is tho best method their favor and are prruching in tho for suhkiiillng and that it can ho done mora cheaply than by manual labor. same utriiin. Garfield for Governor. Columbus, U. .Iu me It. (iurfield, who has Nen mentioned u the next llepuu- licaii candidate for the governorship of Ohio, will nut seek the honor, but will count out Iu a speech In Ohio within the next few days violently attiicking tlio Taft nilminUtrutbn und declaring that ho cannot run on u platform which "will embody the Tuft principles and not the Itoosevelt policies." Mr. (JarllcM's speech will be made before tho Cluh ulght pvxt week, Iu Cleveland, some utter-mic- e if tie club will stutid for such before it. TipjH-cauo- perMarshalltown, Iowa. Forty-fivsons wrre killed and forty were Injured, many of thtm fatally, In a wreck four and a half mile north of Orren Mountain, Iowa, Monday ou a Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific train. Many passengers were apparently killed outright. Heads were sssered from bodies and arm and leg rcre rut on. Tho wreckage wa almost crimson with blool, some of the bodies bring Crushed beyond rre ognition by the mass of twisted rslls and splintered rar. A few of the passenger were found still living with a roil or a splinter Impaling them in the wreck. Decapitated bodie wrre picked up and it was almost impossible to cor rccty assort the dismembered parts. ' e the ikln and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens tie blood, relieves congestion, aid RK..W'uhlotoo, oars sf 1 111 LM gives permanent as dl u temporary relief. Here's the Proof. Mr.Jsasi I'. I.ta,u HAM ft TURI ll.l ir'iM (rvrS laeittrv 1t l llnMt I f run Us imt-- l tefcxt lf mr iIuibmIi n j il u It I ! I lib s r ttrvrlMUr IeosllrM.tMn!l. lbs rtn rr'.t Uulnsst I tsn wiw Jo i to ti Ml, ss sqj msa Is Ui isop, Uub U vtk Moui-- t ra4 Uln Un INDICTED FOR NIGHT RIDING Sloan's Liniment stin IMfSwtlb tkeuuuiUra, I K-- .i xz m IJalmaDt, suJ wsIL M am ls-- l to s I kstcal U troubl! IIU fbenmsilm six. sWJ t tos tMils tuU tU bs.Hr ( ibt koM. Os-b- slf pln sn-- isllln( on. a:-t1 Prominent Citltcns of Christian County, Kr Ate Hit. were Hopkinsville, Ky. Indictment returned by the Christian county grand jury against Dr. David A. Ames, (Jus Dunning, J. B, Malonc, Newton Nichols, John Itohlnson and Irvln (ilast, charging them with being numbers uf the night rider band that raided Hopklnsvillo Dee. (1, 1007. Projierty to the alue of $1J0,-00- 0 was destroyed In the raid, several defender of the town shot, others whipped nnd the rutire community terrified. According to the prosecuting authorities here, Dr. Atne was the trader of the baud, (iuy Dunning is a former chief Inspector of the Planter' Protective Association, Louisiana Break Record. Washington. The battleship Ixmu-lauexceeded nil her previous performances in a test of speed in Cuban waters, where the vessels of the Atlautle first are engaged In maneuvers with the of drilling the personnel of the kipmdrou in the art of naval warfare. Admiral Schroeder, In hit reort, stated that n preliminary estimate showed that the Louisiana maintained nil avrrago speed of 1B.1M2 knots an hour in a four hour trial, under forced r Mr. J. I. Ktass, rur ti ef Hi. A'n 0s, J iu iu " Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pam or stiffness in the muscles or joints. fikm:it..Mt.Ms$I.OO rM,eltl, u.d . Addrex Dr. Earl Boston, Im1) lk illrr S. Mt.. sbe'lS Slcia, U.S.A. The Army IIVFtt PILLS sis snnoiuibU ihey only gise rfl- w- 'a b u. w .1 of Gnstipation I Crowlof Smaller CAKTCK 3 pur-Ks- e E.rD.y. uiiw 1 V...lii I 1U- UM. lioos us .1 l 111 - draught. Five Price Records. Kansas City, Mo. Five price records on the Kansas City Live Stock exchunge were broken Monday, Hogs reached $10.00, lamb $U.0J, yrarllng sheep, $9.00 ond ewes $7.f0. Steer reached $7.75. Judge Pays Culprit's Fine. l, Milwaukee, Wis. Justice Ixnii M. In district court, Saturday paid the line and suspended sentence of Frank Bower, a laborer, who wa arrested, charged 'with stealing four loaves of brcd. Iu addition, tlio justice paid for tho bread and uwurdrd the leave to tin prisoner. Bower told the court lie had not eaten for three day and that ho stole the breud iu order that he might strengthen himself for u walk to Pcwuukfv, wlivr position uwaltcd him. A BOisss- - . , t. .B..5ti SMAUDOSL SMALL PILL. GENUINE rauU Usr jt fU."1 m Alter Cotton Seed Oil Rate. Washington. .Senator Taylor of Tennessee appealed In vain to Sccretury Knox iu behalf of the cottnosced oil Interest with reference to tho adjustment of titriir rules with Fruuce. Under the term of the tariff cottonseed I udimttcd into France free of duty, but a heuty tarilf is ltiipocd on cottonseed oil. It Is 'said that the oil iiiauufactnrtK) from American ccd, admitted duty free, ran bo made in 1'ianie urn) shipped b'l-- k tu this country mid sold at u profit in competition with A me i lean mads ul. PISITS is tho word (ortmcmbef vheayounccdarcnifu; rCoUGHS6COLDS ( So "recipe cures weak ICQ ml KIDNEYS, FREE URINARY AND KIDNEY l.i7BL6 8, BACKACHE, VtrA'NINO, 8WELLIN0, ETC. fill I P f UILLU rDSSr I nUULUl " " m na KU,r bl" reiaima- to the ,he "nn" pmvMlne tur AU; " ." 110 An Tbo ronil-wor- .,. pjln in the Bladder, and Deck. Kldnsys to nice within a week or w . h'in to taj Rouuuj" " 'jr drlbbllnif. straining, or tooj fore-P,,c"', r". afio of urlno; tho ffcstdn't It ""'' -- tt l?i t -- "Vnd ir thi .1 r P. V- i s , i tisJ 'ho ilonpondpncyT.trouble ivJpo for theso ' .n depend on. nnd If you " f i .k n quick recovery, you , v.M'o nnd pot n copy of IL Li charse you u.r a- c' . nK ouIJ prcecrlptlon. 3.60 but thin if t. itii- - I' r.r.d will bo Kind to sond It jD8t Jroll ,no ft I. j ts' " IT Dr A. li. Hoblneon. h!3 3 i k HiilldlnK, Detroit. Mich., 5ji I w t:nd It by return mall In a As you will seo when SP ,vs Jj ( tbli rcclpo contalne only remedies, but It hat Itr t;rrlr Lit bcallnR and palnconquorlng - wenkness; spots bo- "". ycllow kln' "'"kr''11 jrn eyelids or ankles; If short breath; slooje - Io nn-- J Pa1 Aches; ,n th0 bnck 11)8 il J, , tl 'r0' .r i show you Ita power ao I think you had bet-,(- f what It la without delay. I will Kid rzi a copy frco you can uia It tzi (.tt yourself at borao. It m I tcj uo It. HIS WAY OUT OF IT. FrotrctlTe Inchca of V; tt cellar Usdlord- -It Tenant (noticing mt-n- l watar In tho Cellar) don't leak a drop. That bat beon In here for two costha and not a single drop hax ea- - leak. , itttr i Irrealatlble Petition. "And dow, Ijiwd uh. a bit oralnous-I- j square-beadeDrother (rocredwl Tirr In hla auppllcatlon. "In .do dat am gwln. to take placo mod's I meet up wld llruddcr Olncford -- ncaay icouu'rel wld Ut'a teen an' VkbiI muh yaller wife bo nootral. Ud, data all I axea 111 do do reatt "I hit been, na you kin aeo for yo'-- t ty de church booka, a plllah In food an efficient atan'ln' for lo deao einr jcahs, an' de tuddcr Rcn'loman aa a cldah; ao I hain't de tmn itatuary, Dtwd, to nx yo' to Ule nub aide In do battle. Uut If yo' iils't help, deaa hang oft an' be noo- tru. u.i yo ao 1 a cominuio place in de ibade aom'cra, an' sod down, an' joll ace one o' de pcartcat fights yo' tin hid do plcaauro o' w'ltnesaln'. t Aatn'" An n Detperatlon. returned home from the country, to discover her well itocked wardrobe empty. "Good cracloua, Herbert," ho cried to ler huiband, "whero are all my debts' And what In tho world la tiit tjg black patch out on tho lawn?" .V"y, ho replied mournfully, "after I hid atarved for two wholo daya, you vce tne that tho key of tho pantry i In the pocket of your bolero. Well, I don't know a bolero from a box rlil'cd ruffle, and I waa desperate, so lock all tho thinks out on tho lawn and turned them. Then I found tho pre-iloui-ty 1 Driven by Hunger to Mra Mode had juat In atr.ong tho aalica." Succoaa Mag-ulc- e A UTTUE THlNQ Changea the Home Feeling. Co See blots out the a'uhahlno from Buy a homo by making tho mother, or tome other member of tho houao-koldyapcptlc, nervous and Irritable. Tttro aro thouaanda of caaea whero proof la absolutely undeniable d, Here la A ono. a victim to headache, and as I w to Womanhood' these boadaches wcame a part of mo. aa I was senrcoly r free from thorn. "About flro years ago a friend urged tt to try ToBtum. I made tho trial oi the reault was so Bntlefactory that have uaed It over alnco. 'My huatand nnd little daughter e;o aubjoct to bilious attacks, but wey have both been entirely freo from wm since wo began UBlng Postura of coffee. ' I no longer hnve "fadaclies and my health Is porfect." d Wis. mother wrltca: "I as tauRht to drink coftco at rly age, and alio at an early ago an bo-ca- ritatio womon would only leave oft offee aboltel and try I'ottum ould nnd aiwonderful change In " aome of these tired, norvous. lr- - dren they their It would then bo filled with sun- olne and hqpplneee rather than wearl- and dlicontcut. And think what an effect It would have on the family, w 'ho mood of tho mother Is largoly "Wnslblu for tho temper of tho chil- "'i " Itfad "The Road to Wellvllle," In S" "Tb,cre'a a Reason." w i:rr rnd tlx Mbate ,u A lirur from lliue llinr. TUrf u""',ur. true, full vC buuima I,, ul lttrf I'mirln TW limit: Msrch a. II II. sai-March ltuwll Mil provMliiit aminer nn Time limit Tnvtnr b23. H III. nntend. for the payment nt It. M Th. exyniiv lh Ins tho present aintute relative tu Solons Pass Two Measures Mircti SS. uunty treasurtr. Hmo limit, of tnrtnmen to whlatlo at crossing. failure Time j H. II. IITlie Tofarove bill. provltln limit. March 23. Over Governor lrnlnn for Indigent uml dUaiilnl puti-li- e n. II he Walk Ins bill, clinniing tenrlirrs.ln, ;lulavllle. f .Time the mannerof stating the proposition on limit, Mirth 25. ballots with regard tn Mock running at son's Veto. II. II. lis large. Time limit. March 23. llunttr Mil, rlaclnn a. 11. 40- The Ncwcomb bin, nxing in a raxed on the name (notltiK ilth In onW thnt sum the bond required of a Hhrrli fflonr i clxiritril wlih mlnnr mar trlfl Fennl collection of a county revenue. at the Mint term of court nt which th Time limit, March 25. House Leads Senate in New Laws Indictment wu fouml. Time limit. March B. 11 Comb bill, authorising 3. the formation of corporation, to do a Acted Upon-Thirt- ocn If. II M-Already Mnhln bill, to protect trust, banking nnd tine insurance busi nocU-llownrnhlp, ness Time limit. March X. in Force-Cit- ies Fnrcd Well etc. Time limit. March S3. t.S. Il, IC- S- The WyjiU.blll. amending II. II. 37 Th Klmmrrman till!, la nr- - (landlord's Hen law. Tlmrt llmlt. March 2o in Legislation. H Vfiit thn Mucin nt Utn mmoi of candid ho It Ilurnamo bill, placing the wip put on iMiiiqt iy iotition umur mother on an cuuallty with the father In any ptrty device. Time limit. March S. appointing guardian for children. Time II. II. MWriie Miorin bill, to require limn. March z, ne Frankfort, hundred nnd nwiii-m.rtn;k IIvIdk oa lnlaihla of the Salmon Mine Measure. lIlMlnffprl the bill wero pawed by the of KentuckyHIVt wttlilli river lnrt'dlrtlon to keep up R II 19.V The Halmon bill, mnktng ftbek. Time genoral aasnmbly. Of this num- limit. March 7 for the purchase of Tli II. antmrntu to be used In mlno acci ber thirteen haro hecomo laws, cither lhII fee ai--county Oartln bill. IncreaalnR of Inllers for foedlnif Time limit, Mnrch 2. dent by receiving the Blgnaturo of tho govtidy. fmm Ui crnl to 71 cenU 11 TO . ThP Newconir bill, appropriaternor, automatically, or being passed TImnII.Umlt .MrtroU.21. ing Kentucky Institute for -- riie IxnnldMin hill tn H. rtalllh' the $o.0m) tn the the Htlnd at Louisville. LUIurntlnn of over his veto. a Ifureeu of vital utatutlcs. Time limit, 4Tlme limit, March 23. Only two monsures wero panged Murfh X. H II. 1D Thn I. Inn bill, nnnronnatlng H. II. Wyatt for over tho governor's veto, howovor. thp rondernnntlnn of bill, providing mu- IIOKx to encniirnge ihe establishment of property for private sanatoria ror mo treatment 01 nicipal tiurpowa In eltle of the fourth pereon Ono of theso wns tho bill Introduced suffering from tuberculosis. limn umii. .mircn by John v. Holland, of Shelby coun- iie H. 11. Uravm Mil. providing fjomlx bill, amending H II. Th ,h u proceeding tnatitiitMl iy the Com. ty, nnd aimed at tho location of tho lh ixatute relative to Issuanco of stock monwenlth of nnv county, city or Time limit. Shelby- - dIMrlct. hnll be Wcun wllhln nve yeara. by Kivate corporations. Lincoln Instltuto In J? March 25. vlllc Tho other was the bill Intro- - Tlme '"nil. March S. H. 11. Newreomb bill. Placing tne Electrocution Dill. V. Klnlr, of Lexington, ducvd by Circuit Clerk of Jefferson county on the A. 11. same footing with other circuit clerks aa Newoonb bill, delgn.-it-lproviding for tho record Ins of names electrocution aa a mc.mi of Inflicting; 10 rees in criminal cases. Time umii, of persons pooling tobacco or other thi" dprilh prnaUy. Time limit, March Z. March 23. H. II. Dowllnit bill, crentlnic the farm products. Legalizing Slave Marriages. Kentucky Htato Library C'omtnlmlun. Time limit Mnrch 3. he 8 II. Cureton bill, legalizing Become Laws Automatically. Th 8. II. nuttnrlxtnff Time limit, Two bills havo becomo laws auto pay for Juror k tlatlett bill, but not ac- slaveII.mnrtliige. Orohant bill, March 23. the aummoncd, denning 8. matically, they having remnlned In cepted for wrvlce. Time limit, March 21. limit of "sweating" prlaoner and making H. II. Ncwcomb bill, provldlmc inegai evidence securea in sucn manner. tho hands of tho governor ten daya for thp minlahmnf of rirnna mrtonM Time limit. March L S. II. Combs 1)111. amending without his slgnaturo having been at- - ''!" 'or or directly promntlns: or contrlu- utlnK to the rorul U Una that render a charter of second-clas- s cltle tached. lloth theao bills were Intro- - child dependent, neglected or delinquent, the control and Improvement relative to or street duccd by Conn Linn, of Calloway coun- - Time Umlt March tv and nubile wavs. TImn limit. March X. 8. II. Hoaworth bill. Increasing or cir-- 1 iy. uno increases tne salaries mnnty for lho Kentucky tichool for salary of the secretary ot the State Board or 1'nntroi from ii,J to ji.bw annually, Time limit. March a. cult Judges $1,200 a year, and tho olh- - he . HI The Comba bill, appropriate Time limit. Mnrrh K. er appropriates 130.000 annually for K t;.E: to pay the exnenewi of the Tax 8, II. Th II. II. Smith bill, fixing uau uy tne stato uoaru of ncaitn. ueviiion vommiaiion. rimo limit, iarcn a penalty for destruction or luh by run ... ..... MM. ... ...... I ,t, loaded with ball and copper JackI. U.r.i. H II. SCSThe N'nl bill, r.lnllnr tn the ets, Time limit. Mnrch 25. 11. house nnn scnato than did scnato bills. furnlnhlnK of booka tn circuit and county 7 The Newcomb bill, appropriat8. S. Of tho thirteen bills that aro now law clerk, Time limit. Marchreouliine fiscal ing U.Df) annually to the Kentucky Home H. II. Linn bill, oocieiy ror t oiorea unuaren in jjuis seven originated In tho houso. rourla to levy a tax to create atnklna VIII. Tim limit. March S3. rund for the purpnte of bulldlnR new 8. D. 213 The Combs bill,, nmendlng Appllea only to Calloway tho charter ot second-clas- s courthouae. Other Bllla Signed by Governor. cities with county. Time limit. March z. reference to levying and collecting taxes Amonir other bllla that hare been 8. II. he timed by the Governor are the follow- - the payment of Ilosir bill, providing for ana proiuing lor submitting to a vote the Intereat any adldtlonal Indebtedness. Time Umlt, ItiK: 73. Claude M. Thomaa' bill. prnvldlnK for tor iim (Mate charitable Inatltutlona-anappropriating money for n new building March Hogg bill, to prohibit 8. II. what la known aa the Indeterminate d at the Inatllute and a wa the adulteration of agricultural seed and for convicted peraona; I.tllard Carter aupply ryatem at the Central Insane regulating the sole thereof. Time limit, ter' bill, prorldlnc for the prlntlne of Aeyium, lime limit, Marcn March 2. all Court of Appeal declalona; Claude II. II. 1J The K. J. llrown bill, provld Th 8, II, for M. Thomna' bill prcvldlna; for the tnir for the aoiMilntment of town mar ine registration Wyatt bill, providing ami 01 motor venicies of the Kranknort penitentiary a fhflli In cltlca by boanl pf uniform rules regulating their use and Into a reformalory. Ilarry SchoN-rth- ' 25. Time bill apprnprlattnar tl0.rm to the Home for truatcea. Ml Thelimit. March to protrct speed. March 75. J I. II. Grave bill, authorizing 8. II. ai-T- he Hubble purchaaer of land when the game haa traniortatlon companies bllL sell at public V'"'V"L" '.r.. "V." to W dollnquent taxen. auction unclaimed articles. March 3G. W Ariu.ll'. 1.111. Krv,0H"lf. ,Mn " an.t 8. II. Th e It. It. Smith bill, to estab',mr fi" Surhe Itu'aell bill, reneallrur rnaklnar October 12, Columbua day, a le- lish agricultural stations xaminina; uoaru law, in nosicrn, western ana soutnern tt.cn .bJ"!1 'hV I Tlme'ilml" March 'T.J,B. . A.5"Kr. - ..... tuckv March 23. .Ill', iiiivk nvTIi.il' uninun .w. bill, nrovldin: for In. Colored Normal School. 8. II. yet to le acted upon by the flovernor, Is I aa follow. bees and II. n. IS-Chlnn bill, approprlatlnx spectlon63ofThe Combs apiaries. March 75. S. II, bill, appropriating II. II. Klalr bill. provlJInB for' 111.00 for the Colored State Normal li.au a state am In the erection or tne the rrcordlnc of1 the name of tobacco School. Time limit. March 2. (!cn. John 11. Morgan memorial at Lex IxKilera, Vetoed and paed over veto. II. II. iS l'lacing policemen and fire ington. March . H. II. 77 The Thotnia Imletermlnate men in aecond-claacute on a civil serv 8. II. 2 The Hyan bill, to promote Ice tiaali. Time limit. March S. sentence bill. Approved by Oovrrnor. If. H. O-Uutord bill, approptiat-In- n compel attendance or children in scnoois he II. bill, to prevent Holland II. 75. (jO.Oii) for complt-tlni- ; State Capitol lo8 prevent truancy, Marchregulating; lm Inratluii of IJncoln Memorial Inilitute In II. Katon bill, Kruund and approache. Time limit. provrments Bhelby county. I'aaaed over Oovernota In second-clas- s cities by proMarch S. veto. he Johnson bill, for the viding for Improvement districts. March II. 11. H II. 3 The IJnn bill, apnrnnrlallne whoeo land have betn 73. t3Q,Ort) to enlarptr. the acniM of the Ktato lienent of peron 8. II. 301 rtoitvorth bill. Increasing Hoard of Health, llecarae law without '""J.""'1 ail.I.n.?; '""S,"";,' ?.n the salaries The assistant mining Inspectot uuuu.. nmr .mm. " iVW".1 the Xlovernnra a xnature. ors from 11,200 to fl.SiOO per year. March March II I. 117 The nobertann Mil. providing J. W. Ilerkahlre bill, II. II. SlO-S. exemption la wa ao mat jo per sixtn-cias-n. 233 The Donaldson bill, allowing I amendingJ.i,i.viti A.rv.v.1 i.v i,ivi.mnr s ; cent or wajre. aaiary or income or towns to lease wruirr privi .r nST.?a Cartrr bill, nrovldlna; for I w)nl ranlnK m Iw,r ,hai be iub-- leges11.for Ave years. March 23. 317 The Combs bill, appropriating S. i iuin.nroii ui Approved by tho flov- - jec t to rarnunmonL Time limit. March 13.000 annually a a contingent fund for Court of Appeala. .nir 3. II. X7 ernor. uso or tne Governor, .Marcn s. II. The Iluc11 bill, annronrlit Hnhcrtann Ix)ularllle Ins- - Jj.oii to aid In the erection of n mon II II. Heard bill nuthorlilPK the 8. II. corponillfln counael bllL Veto of Gover- ument at the birthplace of Jefferson Da refunding and repayment of Inheritance nor furtalned. taxes where the amount of the legacy to vis. nm limit, .Marcn z. B. II. acn legatee is tens iiipn Hyan bill, providing thnt ainrcn State Fair Appropriation, rortnlM-rof the Loulevllle Hoard of New School Book Law. Bchoberth bill, apnronrl- may euccoNl themeclvea In of- ' II. H 15J-fice ami lncre.ulne the amount for which niing ssi.iiv 10 tne iienuicicy estate rur. he Carter bill. It repeals If. H. may be Uaued from Time limit. March 25. refunding ImmI bill, creating the II. jtii .(.) to tl.VD.CM). Approved by Oovvr-no- r. uiure II. 170 The Hurordror the mate Flu-c- the State University school anabook law was parsed in provides which of commissioner that hereafter both common school and Court. Time limit, March 75. Taylor bill. Increasing 8. II, II. II. --The MoVean bill, creating tho lllch School books shall bo adopted by of prlaon commlaaloners. Time ofllce of district dKeptlve to Commoncounty school book commissions for tho limit Maroh If. wealth's Attorney In counties containing countlos and by boards or education in cities ni tne aecond-wajTime limit, cities of the tlrst. second, third, fourth, Reform Ullls. Prison 1 ' March X. Ilfth and sixth classes for such cities ami Clay bill, providing for towns. II. 11. 8. H. 7 The Thomaa State lteforma-tor- y Newcomb-IIuffakH. bill. Approved by flovernor. S. tne rstauusnmenc or a plant ror obtain 8. II. Thomas parole extension ing hog-- cholera serum and It dlMrlbu Louisville School Commission bill. ApHon among farmers. Time limit, March proved by Oovernor, bill. Time limit March la. he change the time of holding Llttrrll Confelrrate pen- Z5. II. II. 8. U. To IL n. 301 The Colenuui bill, to prevent courts In Twenty-eight- h district. Tlmo sion bill, Time limit March 19. Th Pchoberth bill, II. II. the spread of communicable disease limit. March 21. among domestic animals. Time limit, flO.t'O for the Heme for Incur, S. II. 307 Tho Watklns bill, relating to Approved by Gov- March a. able In Louisville. public school in Morgonneid, Tlmo limit, 11. II. Schoberth bill, regulaternor March si. ing assessment Are Insurance comimnlcs, II. fThe Newell bill, reclasslfrlng II S. H. 31 The Ityan bill, authorizing the Ttmle limit, March 72. cltle and town. Time limit March Fiscal Court of Jefferson county to sup ho II. II. Utt The Carter bill, amending tho plement tho salaries ot circuit judges. Steer bill, muklnir ware-bouII. II. receipts n.collable and transfer- criminal code of practice. Time limit, Time Umlt. March 24. March 3. able Approved by Governor. 8. H. 2 The Newcomb bill, enabling the II. It. 130 The Colaon bill. r.milrlnc- - city II. II. 4ffi llllt to authorise Issuance of iuisviue to UmlL a. minion' Intrreit-tnxirlw- r warrant tn pay rertaln nuollflcallon for ml no foremen. dollarof hospital. Tlm construct March 21. claim asalnst the Htute. Time Time limit, March !3. H n. SDThe Carter bill, changlnc the II. II. 342 The Richardson bill, appra- limit March holding Court In Twelfth IJnn bill, limiting the ap- prUtlng $13.50) for a water supply and time of A strict. Circuit limit. March S 8. II. Judicial Tlmo pointment of apeolnl circuit Judge to heating system at tn Confederate Home. II. II 337 Uclatlng to mechanics und limit, March 23. ludR--r on vacation nnd Time reculnr circuit men Time limit, starch a. Oartln bill. Increailng material 107 Tho Meyers bill, relating to II. II. XS-nxlnir S1.30 annually a additional aaiary II. 11. th fee of Jailer holding State prison- County Commissioners In Kenton county. for circuit Judge. Hcnine a law withers. Timet limit, March 'St. out the Oovernor' alimature. 25. limit. II. II. 433 The Kean bill, creating the Time II, 325 March Hubble bill, making It op8. H. Tho Itobertson bill, relating II. year of na a nlllre of Assistant Commonwealth's Attional with men over of delinquent taxes In tn the collection six counto whether they will serve on Juries, torney In districts Louisville, and giving city tax bills the ties or over. Time limit March JS. Time limit. March SI. force vrovldlng for limit. and effect of a Judgment. Time II. 11. 37S The l'lrtle-bill- , 8. II. :7 Tho ComlM bill. Increaalnc the March 25. penalty for the mistreatment of animal. the appointment of trustee for county 8. II. ISO ncademles and seminaries. Tlmo limit, compuuory Tho Hyan bill, providing for Time limit, March St. scnoot attenuance in LouisOS bill, permlttlnir March 73. H, H. The Chlman Herrlngton bill, making ville ami Increasing the salary ot truant II. II. IM-Inauranre mmivinlc to Invest In stork nt t7W companies. Time, limit, an option it recordable Instrument. Time ortlrer from n. to Il.OW a year. Tlmo other Imtiranca limit. Marcn limit, March 15. March B, H. 221 Tho Mathers bill, mrulatmi -- The K V. Arnett Mil, J. VT. Herkshlre bill, II. H. KW-II. 8. Ortolier 1! of each year as a leirnl mnktng It unlawful to catch rabbits In the niacin ot telephone pole and Plant trees and turnpike holiday to l known as Columbus day. traps, snares or deadfalls. Time limit. Ing ot limit. March 25. Time March 33. Approved by Oovernor. S. II. 70 The Donaldson Mil, providing H. 11. Juo-Tlerry bill, to limit the II. S31 The Combi tilll. to allow the 8 ana cas nsatstant clerk of the Ilouao and Senate power of cities of the third clas relative that assessment assesment 1110companies Insurance mortguglng of to the Iiy for services after session., Tlmo work conveying oraystcma, Time water ualty show application of GflO persons for or lighting must limit, limit, March 71. insurance and application ror txu.vuu in Hlne bill, providing for March 73. II. II. he Harrta bill, enlarging fiollcle before beginning business. Tlmo II. 11. separate apartment for while and colMnrch 25. the ored persons In hottws of reform, Tlmo the scope of 73. child labor law. Time 8. Tl. 13 Tho ltichard bill, changing limit. March limit. March Bouthlll bill, providing the time of ho'dlng court In the Thtrty- II. II. Th Illne Mil. to require II II. a colored visitor to secopd Judicial district. Time limit, the election dental hyaiene tn bo taught In tho pub-li- e for public schools. of Tlmo Umlt. March 75. March 25. the school. Time limit. March Zt. II. II. Whitlow bill, un art 8. II. 4S The Linn bill, relating to II, II. Ilerrlnfftun bill, npprn- courts of Justice. Time limit, ainron 3. fX.ox each for two yrar to relating to weight, measures and balErlatlnaWyntt bill, providing 8. II. and lho liastern nnd ances, ami providing for an Inspector In Tlmo that bonds of publlo officials shall be for Western Normal schools. Time limit, each county. Making limit. March 13. capital stock of fire n. definite penal sum. Timo limit, aiarcn II. 1, til ii. March companies lie per share. 25. H H, I3ST!ip Clayiiool bill, legalising Insurance 1W per sharp. Tlmo limit, March of the ruttlne out" of any crop. Time 8. II. 150 The Nagel bill, limiting tho limit. March M. or mutual msees """il. 11. 19Tho Kvans bill, providing for liability or member bill rrlatlni; to II. II lol- - The Meyer ment lire Insurance companies. Time Urn the hoWliik- - of Circuit Court la counties, the exchange of pharmacy certlllcates It March 23. other slntes. Time Umlt, March" 75. having cities of the wonnd and thlr. with 11. bill, changing Tho 8. II. tsiThe Nile bill, providing that time D. 27holding Taylor in Ihe First tho Tim limit. March O. clnsa court of shall be Klnle bill, providing for eight hours work, constitute a tluy'a labor cial district. Time limit, jiarcn . Judi II 11. Time limit, March 75. the appointment of un Altitnt Asseswr on public 8. n. 27S Tho K. M. Taylor bill, appro. In counties with a iKipulatlon of tO.iVO or Oleomargarine Dill, printing money to iviy deficit In houses . limit. MarcH over. Time or ana to erect new punning. Franclea bill, relating to II. II. II. n. I'Jl The Meyers bill, creating the limit, March SO. Thirty-fourtot oleomargarine Judlal Uisltlct. comiiosed the saleproperly stampMl. and buttrrlno Time II. bill, changing lli Tlmo Umlt, time ot holding Hlne lit tno Kigiith th of Knox nnd W'nllUy counties. Tlmo when court Ju March 75. limit. Mart Tlmo Umlt March 25. autorgn R)IJIkg tie MoVean bill, permitting dlclal district II. II, H Tl. 43G Tho Pobuo bill for the benefit to carry 011 u ferry buslne. Fiscal Courts without special election to railroad purchase turnpikes In an amount not to of the children of McD. Ferguson, de Time limit jinrtn so. 10.(XO. Tlmo limit. s. II. 11. Th. Holism bill. IcgilUtng XceyII. MM -- Tho Klalr bill, March 73. the ceased. Time limit Marcn Herkshlre bill amending II I'. W. tho poolln of crops before bolng planted. II. II, ho Ktntute relating to the Jurisdiction of lh. changing the time of holding court In Tlmo limit. March St. II 11. Kfi- - The Price bill, providing for Ilscul Court In appropriating fund to the .Sixth Judicial district. Tlmo limit, keep public- buildings In realr. Time junrrn a. of plumbers and the the registrationilrulnnge In cltle of the limit, March S3, and H. U. Akin bill, making It salaries 1 Tbs Keen bill. Increasing the II. II. first and seoiiul ci.iss. Time limit, March mnto uorarinn unlawful to give or receive tips In loteli slstant. or tno limit. March 25. ana as S3. Time Time Mnrch il l X The Newell bill, relating tn and restaurant. Clore limit. prohibiting 8. II. 31SThe Combs bill. Increasing bill, he II. II. adjurent towns the furnishing of water to ot tho the by the Newport waterworks. Time limit, thv drinking of Intoxloants on trains and er. salary limit, Governor's atenographrime aiarcn 1. tulnif penalty Time limit, Marcn St. March 3 , . . S. II. U W Arnett bill, amend II II. Set The I'ogue bill, repenting the n II II 10& The ,MCH iuu. oennin pen- a """er or tne Pycumu g public Bcnooi. ing the statute relating to conveyances, rr ma of abortion and Time limit, March TS. time limit, aiarcn a. sJty. Time Umlt, March 75, n-T- " The the Stale 'rim. Km.. lln,.h a ti i't- - 11 i In ror Htixle Hank Inspector, il. II. pow- r of The nvnn bill. t Insrnre-thf Pharmacy Hoard T. t.ltt and thenp. or irnm ronr to six nina expoiniment Ill ...M Earners ad Mortals-Ban- t Hlra&n, Kentucky. Clinton Street, cni - ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY JS THE BASIS...,; - 2t-- That we offer to depositor! Other Idncementa vre of tecondarj importunee. i, n, Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronifce. Ii. BUCHANAN, President. J. J. H. Duchanan, T. A. Ledford, C. inj-T- Ky-O- J. A. THpnP50N, Cahlatf. fifty-thre- e lat ir Dondurant, prli-one- ra DIRECTORS J, W. Aleiaaa, O. B. ThreW.l Dr. J, M. Hubbsrd. B. M. Islsr, pt-- r The THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO w-T- '.,. 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I i mM 3I-T- 33-- The i KENTUCKY Sl-- The a Tho lid-T- ut The A FLYER AT 1 Meet Your Friends AT 401-- The ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLAMC EXPERIMENT Our rates rro tight they let people know yonr qooUj and prices are right Run a series of ada. in this paper. If results show, equal, speak to us about a year's contract K s s THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY (Cop jrii nt. ixa, br Y. n. u.) Lauderdale's Toasorial Parlors ad BMt In Klekatn. Hot asd cU bsxkt; lotrio lights and teas, hydraulic stairs snd aT.17ta.latf for cosaiort. 12-- 71-- The ZA-f- 9S-- X'.4-- nppro-prlatln- ir 151-- The to other conditions being Clinton Street, Hlckram, Ky. N.it door to Jones' Oaf. Tha -- The GO The U Book Store LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If you have real estate for ale, let as get yoa a buyer. ADDRESS: Splendid Selection . . . :. , diel(f-hatin- The New Books. Stationery, Post Cards. rights-of-wa- The 117-- The 41G-T- Notions, Etc Call and ET.rythlng a ur stock. upo-da- u. 37-- Tho Hickman Courier Realty Gi Hickman. Kentucky. 0 SCO-- Tho MarvBerendes&Comoany 2li-- 1 Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the moit People wh exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving, Our prices are th. The 43S-- Tho 473-T- ll-T- a! most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. - 43S-4- 'he 17S-T- JOB PRINTING ,77 ; M JS-T- pn-orlb- do class Jut a Uttl. cbtaoor than tho other fellow. Wedding Invitations, letter heads, bill hea4a. kills, statements, dodgers, cards, etc, all rcIve sJ. tit tamo careful buiauas ju a iiiuo cattsr tnaa teems necessary. Prompt (Jslivcry always. arrAi-j- s that Marshal's Sale for Taxes On Monday, April 11th, 1910, It be ing Ut first day of the April term of the Fulton County Court, at the RECIPE FOR ENGLISH MUFFIN? Much Care and Attention Demandtd If Delicacy Is to Be Made Prop- erly Palatable. Court Houie door In Hickman, Ky, 1 will fell to the hlgheit bidder, for cash, for taxee due the City of Hick man for the year 1909 and the cost of sale, the following described real estate, assessed In tne names of the following parties, Two uollars Is added In each case for costs, WlllTJi UST llallard, Joe, V. 11., PL No. Ifi7, Uarry, 7, r--i. W. J., O. 11., 14 iloston Heirs, J. T., K. Casou, W. al., W. 11., 125, Kills, W. It., K. 11., 11. 7, ?S.5G. Make a batter with one quart of rweot milk (made Just warm), two eitw. a piece of butter the size of an a cupful of egg. a little salt, yeast and about three pints of flour The batter must bo thick enough to drop, not rnn from the apoon. When thoroughly mixed lay a thick cloth orer the bowl In which It has been made and set In a warm place to rise: It will take from fire to eight hours If for breakfast let rise over night, and for tea mix after breakfast. Hake Fill each In muffin rings on a griddle. s ring full, when the bubbles form and stiffen Into holes, slip the cake turner under and turn, ring and 14 feot all. As the muffin cooks and stiffens slip off the rings anl let them finish. II., 11. 7, Baked In rings on n griddle, muffins are very much Vtter than when baked In an oven. If the oven must 110.21. one-half two-thirdfi Mowers and Rakes 4 I -- 2 Deering or McCormick, Cash Flipplu, Alan In, W. 11., N. K. U 79. IS.M. Uray, It. L., K. 11., U.C, 187 to 1UC, 17.SU. Itopor, A. AI., E. 11., Smith, F. to m, 19.03. 13.33. 11. C, 154, 94.65 Al., 12. 11, U. 4. 2-- 3 1W Southern Wood Supply Co., W. II., i9, COLOIUiD LJSTi IJruor, Urowu. K. 11., 1J. C, ft 249 250, C24. Uarbce, Scott, E. II. 11. 3, 11. 4, 1SS, U. 6, ft 2M3. Brown. Caroline, E. 11., 11. 6, 257- 258, 5.83. I'ratt', Manuel, E. 11., 11. 4, 245, 13.33. 3.C7. Clark, Jim, Q. A., Freeman, Henry, O. A., 94.57. 101-10201-205S-C- be used, however, work In sufficient flour when mixing to make a soft dough and let rise In a warm place out of draughts until very light Turn pastry the dough out on a board, divide Into small pieces and form with the hands Into flat round Cover the mufllns on the cakes. board and let rise until almost globu lar. then place them on a hot floured tin and bake them In a quick oven to a light brown. Turn and lot the other side brown lightly. Always tear them apart, never use a knife, spreal gen erously with soft butter and serve hot well-floure- $45 .$3.00 extra for time. 5-f- Housekeeper. REQUISITES FOR SOUP MAKING Having Stock Too Strong Is a Thing to Be Avoided Best Method of Preparing Quick Dumpling. t. Giant or Big 4, Cash II Fuoua, Albert, Griggs, 18.89. 160, JS.S9. Dob, 1 . lot, 4.92. II., B. 4 11., 107-10- Herron, Howard, E. B. 11. C., 149- C, 230, Hooker, Horace, E. II., 96.44. Love, Loo, E. II., II. 4, 96.23 Lowery, Green, O. A., 97.57. Alllncr, Wm.. K. II., B. 7, 268 to 272, 911.54. Macklln. Tom, E. II., B. 4, 205, 94.92. Reed Heirs, E. II., B. 7, 262-3-94.98. Tom lilngo, E. II., B. D, ' 94.92. IUngo, Jno.. E. II., B. 6, 144, 94.59. Thompson, Annie, O. II., ft 147, 95.30. Tally. Nathan, E. 11., B. 4, 97.57. TOM DILLON, Jr., 232-23107-10- 8, 254-5-145-6-1 The secret of making good soup Is Many not In having strong stock. persons save the grease from boiled beef, chicken and turkey and keep It The In a Jar for quick soupmaklng. soup Is strong, never as good as when It Is fresh, and one soon grows tired of the name. Brisket Is a good soup meat, and when thoroughly cooked the liquid can be chilled, freed from the hard lard which rises to the top a palatable soup. and made Into Home-maddumplings are much richer than the manufactured ktnd. A quick dumpling la made as follows: Beat one egg to a froth, add half aa eggshell of water, a pinch of salt, a teaapoonful of baking powder and flour sufficient to make a dough Just thick enough to drop from a teaspoon. Or thicken it with flour to a dough. roll very thin and cut Into tiny stripe. When making soup you will find that it can be made more quickly by chopping the Ingredients in a meat cutter. However, such soup must be carefully watched or it will scorch. Never add milk or cream to souOe until It Is ready to serve. e $47.50 or $2.50 extra for time. it Vj City Marshal. Devil's Food. Save on your Grocery Bil- lOur coupon system Is being heartily endorsed by everyone. This Is evident from the Increase In our busl. ness. And whyT Because It 8AVE8 YOU 6 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. PAY OULY GET. FOR Melt over a fire a cupful of grated chocolate, ono cupful of brown sugar, f cupful of sweet milk; and cool and add the yolk of one egg, well beaten, and set aside. Cream one cupf ful of brown sugar and cupful t cupful of sweet of butter, add milk and the yolka of two eggs, the two cupfuls of flour, and fold In the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs. Last, add one teaspoonful of soda dissolved m a little warm water Bake In three layer and Ice with the following Icing: Melt over a kettle five cents' worth of marshmallowa. boll until It threads one cupful of sugar and f cupful of water with f of white vinegar, neat the remaining white of egg it!ff, pour slowly over it the sirup and stir In the marshmallowa. Stir In a cool place until cool. one-halone-halone-halone-halone-hal- I Full Line of Rakes Hay Presses and Tedders Give us your orders NOW and save local freight rates, as these are all f. o. b. Memphis, less than car loads so Beans With Celery. WHAT YOU MAKES YOU MORI ECONOMY CAL. Take one cupful of white or pink beana, wash and put In saucepan. bring to boiling point, pour off water, cover again with boiling water and boll one hour; pour1 off this water, then pour on enough water to half carer; salt, two scant tablespoonfuls best salad oil. The beans should be perfectly tender, unbroken and the Juice absorbed. While the beans are cooling, clean and warn a bunch of table celery and cut Into small pieces; add to the beans, mix well and add sufficiently quantity of vinegar or lem on Juice to taste. This Is an excellent and economical dish. GET IN NOW HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. (INCORPORATED) i I I M A POOR flVES THE PEOPLE. Plsln Italian Roast Take a nice piece of veal for roast If there la a bone In the roast cut SAVES US A BOOKKCCTRS' SALARY. around It with a small knife, Between the spaces put a amall pleco of garlic, ENABLES U8 TO SELL FC.1 salt and allspice to taato. Cut as many LESS MONEY. times as desired, add more salt and NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE spices to taste and tie a leaf of celery on top of the roast; a small red pepCHARGED TO PAYING per may be added, Put the roast In a roast pan with some Imported YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO- - oil, or molted bacon If preferred olive to oil. CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. Cook a half hour, according to stse WE CARRY THE BE8T LINE of roast AND OF GROCERIES MEATS IN HICKMAN. AND AGAIN FRESH CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HI8 MONEY. Marguerites. 6 PER CENT. TRY IT ONE MONTH. 8AVE8 YOU Hickman Grocery Co., One cup powered sugar, one cup chopped nuts, white of two egga beat en stiff, one box crisp cracker. Mix sugar, nut and white cf egg and drop a little of the mixture In the oenter of each cracker. Set In oren to brown. With Judge Breathitt tbo uomlnuo of tlio Ilopublicana of Koutucky for governor It' would bo easy nulling for on ablo man nominated by tlio Democrats to wallt away from him In tlio general oloctiou. ago tlio Courier said hooka showed thoro wero only 47 diamonds In Fulton county; whun, doubtless, thoro are Finest in Hickman moro than 17 - In Illckmau nlono. Graves county, three times as largo us Fulton, made oven a worse show soon have 18 houses ing. Now come , Will Kdltor Walker, of In it. Lots are going like tlio Clinton (Jazctto and Bays: hot calces. Let me sell you "Ikilng urged thereto. Iho editor of a lot or a house and lot on tlio Uazettu has gone to tho trouble easy terms. This is your of oxaiulnlng the assessor'! books for chance to own a home. Do 1909, and wo find that tliuru la not n not put it off or you will diamond la Hickman county. Wo tiro I have never have one. n plain people, mind you, and tho houses to rent. See me at wearing of diamonds I not for us. the Oil Mill Office, Thoao utility tblnga wo havo boon adPhone No. 7, or 173 miring which aoino of our fashionably ii disposed men and women wear, nro, wo are obliged to conclude, nothlnir moro than panto or glims. And there Is In the whole county only sixty-fivdollar' worth of Jowolry. according to tho books of tho asuossor. Think No better candy mado than Jacob's. of it!" 1 sell it all size packages. I larrla, Following, on tho samo subloct. tho nt Hickman Drug Co. Rtato Auditor has this to say; ? BOND SUBDIVISION t Two weeka the assessor "If Kentucky could collect taxes on ull Iho diamond In tho tat for Just ono year tho debt could bo win od out and thuu a Imlnnco would bo left In tho treasury." Ho said that thoro could o found In any of tlio hundreds of homes in I.ouUvlllo moro diamonds than aro listed fur taxation in tho wholtt conn ty of Jefferson. Folks who uro rich enough to woar diamonds are amply ablo to pay tux oh, A man owning a 30c dog Is coin- polled to pay $1 tax, and tho man owning a $300.00 diamond pays nothing. Us not right. O K ' i. i... tuimi mill thai It duy of th. umrth tint on Iho first will rain 1C days during tost isostu To gratify our curiosity TV ' put tho old sa)lng to h' and find tin" Is no""""1 (' It. On tln first dnv ot March ram f'i 1 Java oil, but Iho other nl hoi to materialize Our rained on March Is' '"' " iv which Is een below iw r.-- this season, f r' . , LAUNDRY J 'AT - G. B. BOND t Dr. 8. K. Davidson caino up from Memphis, Hiinduy, and will spend tho week with his family. lift will also attaint Dr. Cmtchflold In tho dental office whllo hero. Doc hasn't fattened up much in his now field but still ho claims to llko Memphis first rate. Well, MompliU might be alright if Bradley & Parhanrs Basket leavei every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Price it wasn't for those garrago ratos, Just ono trial will convince you. Schmidt. rows fllYou HOW UVINO county w HI I(K-- I JX iVllon thi. Kentucky nwiIn ?rJ"! THE HICKMAN COURIER up the Hill of Success, Tha Courier has a A BLUK MARK RXKK mM tb4 r&tr Hik (rWften Iim itrM nfiaw Etrmptfr n Jim want to too After tlili month Advertising Is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon MO. VOLUME HI 0J.DK8T PAPER IH WEBTEKH Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Rxlns at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED I II THE TEAK IEHT00KT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1910. ltR power-Ove- r Illness Don't criticise your doctor becauie medicine prescribed by him faiii to have the desired effect. The preicrlp-tio- n may have been good, but the Ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his preicrlp. Hons 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 uied here, and skilled pharmacist! do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. CowgiiTs Drug (Incorporated) Store SHAKE Rid IT OFF. Bur-den- Younelf of Unnecessary A Hickman Cltiien Shows You How. t. Don't boar unnecessary bunions, burdens of n bad back nro unnec-mir- y (id rid of thorn. liuau i Kidney l'llls euro bail backa lure lame, weak and aching backs; Curt every farm of kidney Ills. Lets of local endorsement to prove tbii, Huso Fothe, of KFD No. 1, of S. Hickman, Ky., "I cannot say too much In favor of Doau'a Kidney iay: For aorno time I suffered from backache and often It frit aa If a knife wore being thrust Into me. My bead nebed severely and I could hardly stoop on account of the 1'iiDi through tuy loins. The kidney secretions cro profuse and ' wero generally accompanied by a scolding KLutJon In passage. I felt goncral-lmumble aud was discouraged In v:r Kitting relief when Doan's Kidney Pills wero brought to tny attention I procured a box at Helm & K iison'a Drug Storo and Uioy rellev-H- i tic Initantly. I am still Uklng tben, feeling that my whole system ! king toned up and strengthened." 'or aale by all dealers. Prlco 60c. Totter Mllburn Co.. Uuffalo, N. Y., ole agent for tho United States. Remember the narao Doan's and take no other. y l'lil. gent's furnishing store In Fulton. H. B. Clover to Lovelace & Howard Tbo Ilnrtman Trunk Co. vs. J. A. lot In Fulton, $500. "V Mllncr. Suit on account. S. Lovelace to B. T. Howard, real J. I. Jonnlngs vs. John Jones. Suit estato in Fulton, $1,640.49. to quiet tltlo to real estate. W. L. Helm to G. L. Collins, lot In Bast Hickman, $250. Real Estate Transfers. Annlo Haydcn to Val Carpenter, C. L. Walker to O. U. Mooney, lots land In bottom. $5,800. Mrs. Haydcn Is the daughter of W. O. Perry, formIn Southern Heights. O. U. Mooney to K. L. Fulroer, lots erly a citizen of this county. In West Hickman, 225. L. B. Thomas to J. W. Thomas, lot Mrs. 13 u Rogers et al to Jno. Har In Fulton, $S00. Val Carpenter to C. T. Dondurant, rison. Interest In old Cowglll homo-steaI7.0TC. land $1500. Wm. Guyn to Charlie Murcblson, A. A. Farls to J. N. Itogers and Hoy Clark, land In bottom. flG.OOO. Interest In land, $1500. Mrs. Mattle J. Warford to S. T. Joe Fields to Mra. S. D. Webb, in Evans, land, $1,200. terest In land, ICO. M. O. Whclcn to H. E. Hay, lots J. A. Knighton to It. N. Whitehead, lots In Fulton, $700. In Fulton, $4G0. Chas. Drowder et al to Gussle Lucy 8baw to Krnstus Smith, lots Drowder, Interest In old Drowder In Kant Hickman, f 35. J. W. Finch to A. H. Caldwell, land homestead, $4,125. -- O near Crutchflcld, $425. Steven Stahr to Jno. W. Shaw, ICO Motfa Nervine Pills acres land In bottom, $ J 0,850. great serve and brain treatThe W. Q. lUby to Hobt. Uragg, lots In ment for men and women, produces Henry Addition. $50. J. II. McCluro to Mrs. Willie Qlbbs, strength and vitality, builds up the system and renews the normal vigor. lota In Fulton, $2,500. J. F. Hard to M. 13. Drown, land, For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 per box. 6 boxes for $6. Hickman $3,300. W. Drown to J. T. HobcrU, lots Drug Co., Incorporated. I. O In Fulton, $2,150. J. II. I'cck to II. Horner and J. A. YYVVYVVTYTWTVVTTT YVVTT? Coble, land. $2,100. WHY NOT TRYT M. L. Whltcsldes to M. C. Payne, Popham's lot In Fulton. $1,100. ASTHMA REMEDY C. W. Fowler to Wm. Hoard, lots In Fulton, $500. Gives prompt and positive relict In D. D. Wilson to F. T. Dandle, land, every case. Sold by druggists, $1,000. price $1. Trial package by A. M. Tyler to D. D. Wilson, lots mall, lOe. In Henry Addition, $260. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland. J. II. Feck to Wilfred Pearson land d. -- In uppor bottom, $100. K. F. Davis to Ilodgcr Adkisson, County Cipitol lots In West Hickman, $100. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Tennessee. Plumtuer to Henrietta Plummcr, lots In East Hickman, $50. Circuit Court. Jno. H. Nelson to lots Tho following suits havo been filed li. East Hickman, $400. alnco our last report; W. It. Malono to W. M. White, lots Interstate Oraln Co. vs. llrown & In Fulton, $100. Crenshaw. Hult on account. Conner Heirs to W, J, Harper, land J. 11. Irccli vs. D. C. Comm. 8ult In bottom, $10,000. for settlement with 1764.64 Involved. E. G. Ovcrby to Geo. Canndy, lots Whltakcr Taper Co. va. Tho Fulton In Hast Hickman, $100. ' Daily Lender, F. M. Smldt to B. G. Overhy, lot In Bull for newspaper supplies sold tho leader to tho Bast Hickman, $100. of $223.11. Luottn McGchce Hawkins, of San Miami ITpalmw vs. W. A. Dodds. Antonio, Texas, to W. D. McGehoe, Interest In land, $250. Suit to secure deed to real estate Den Collins, of Tucumcnrl, N. M., In tho bottom. W. A. Kdmlaton vs. 8. A. Choate. to Tom White, of Cnyce, land near Suit to obtain salary duo plaintiff lis Cayce, $400. II. F. Fields to A. S. Harkctt, lots mill hnnd. This was appealed from In West Hickman, $450. Quarterly Court, In which court Judgt, Mrs. Annlo Swayno to J. J. C. ment was glvon plnlntlff. land, $7,000. U S. Dubois Son & Co. vs. O. II. Jns. C. Finch to J. P. Cothran, lots Urasfleld. Suit on account, llras- - In Fulton, $1450. field formerly ran n store at State J, P. Cothran to Cliag. Huddleston, Lino. lots In Fulton, $1,000. Ilrand Uros. vs. J. A. Mllncr. Suit J. S. Lovelace to J. P. Cothran, on account. Mllncr Is proprietor of a lots In Fulton, $2160. Fn tie Mn t3 Optimism's Corner Daily Helps to Health and Happiness B-y- OEORQB F. IiUTLKR, A.M..M.O. There's Pleasure in Owning a Sam-Wel- ls, 5 "Colds" are always Infectious. The source of Infection can be discovered In mors thn SO per cent, of cases. The period of Incubation Is usually less thsn twsnty.four hours and almost t slways less than hours. Only vary rarely Is It as much aa four or five days. Possibly these differences In ths time It takes a "cold" to davelop may be caused by a variation s In different of cases. The Infection mutt be fslrly concentrated, as In a room, church, or railway car, and must be continued for twenty minutes or hslf sn hour. Whether a person be hot or cold, wet or dry, doee not at all Influence his liability of "catching cold." The Important point Is the dose of ths Infection. Aa for treatment, the best that can be done for a patient le to place him In the open air or In a room with a good thorough draught. The reaeon, apart from the obvious Improvement In general health resulting from such a force, Is thst a "cold" Is a dlsesse In which a patient reinfects himself sgaln and again If shut In the confined space of an ordinary forty-elQhmicro-organismbadly-ventilate- d living room. The beet means of preventing a "cold" are: Never sit In a room that la not thoroughly ventilated, and avoid especially any roam occupied by a person suffering from a "cold." AN EASTER Wf DOING. Claude Maddox and Miss Myrtle King, both of near Dorena, Mo., were quietly married at the home of Hev. O. W. Wilson, In this city, Sunday morning, at 10:30. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. King, a farmer of Mississippi county, and Is well known here. For several years this charming llttlo Miss has been on the Courier staff as reporter for Dorena, and was one of our ruoso effiwell-to-do an infinite charm in taking and pictures of the scenes and folks you love. Spring scenes are prettiest Your collection of pictures will also, in after years, prove a treasure your travels, your outing parties, home scenes they will all change, but the pictures will not. You would not part with one of them for. the price of ten Kodaks Why not get it NOW ? Yours is here waiting for you any ptice you want, THERE'S $1, $2, $3, $4, $8, $9 $12, $20 Anybody can make pictures with a Kodak. Let us show you our collection of Hickman scenes, made by amateurs. You can make them just as good. We also carry all necessary supplies, and will finish your pictures if you do not care to do so. Get your Kodak this week so that you can use it next-Sunda- cient and pains-takin- g Sho Is one of tho leaders In social and religious circles In her neighborhood, and Is held In high esteem by all who know her. Mr. Maddox Is an Industrious, well known young farmer of the samo neighborhood, and Is to be congratu- HELM & ELLISON CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. PRINCE lated upon winning tbo hand of tho bride. Tho Courier wishes them nil happiness. O ALFRED. Ice cream, hot and cold drinks and everything in the soda water line as good as can be found anywhere. Oco Harris. Popular Spring Styles Red Cross Shoes fVN account of their attractiveness, their finish, their fit and their durable service, RED CROSS Shoes Tuesday was the birthday anniversary of three men Col. H. Buchanan, J. H. Millet and C. P. Shumate, and It Is the custom of these three gentlemen to meet on this date at one of the trio's houses and celebrate the occasion. Mr. Millet was" tho host this year and a good dinner was enjoyed. It is tho wish of tho Courier that this trio will live to celebrato many moro anniversaries. O State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas COuuty, ss: Frank J. Cheney makeB oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tho City of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hun dred Dollars for eacli and every- case o' Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. constitute a most graceful pleasure when on another's foot they become a positive delight when on your own. They are one of the many American products which are today sold so reasonably, and made so well, as to make American women the best dressed of civilization. RED CROSS Shoes are built to feel well, look well and wear well. Prosperous women everywhere wear RED CROSS Shoes. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo aud subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of De cember, A. D., 1S8C. A. W. GLEA' (seal) SON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free. Frank J. . Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 7&c. ALL STYLES, ALL LEATHERS Dainty Pumps Christy Ties Stunning Oxfayds Eclipse Ties Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. o This flue young stallion will make the season of 1910 at my stables, 3 miles from Hickman, on the Dresden road. There Is nov a hotter horse In tho county. He is 4 years old, 1G hands and 1 inch high, dark bay and weighs 1230 pounds. He Is a combined horse, well developed and has good style and action. As a breeder, Prince Alfred ennot bo beaten, as any of his colts will show. PEDIGREE: Sired by Alfred Q dam Maudeo S., sired by Tom Hal, owned by Urassfleld & Ferguson; ho by Joe Hal, owned by a stock com pany at Troy, Tenn. Grand dam. Helle, inbred Vetoe. was owned by myself 22 yenrs. TERMS: 20 to Insure foal. Money duo whon fact is ascertained or mare prevent accident, but will not bo ro- parted with. Care will bo taken to sponslblo should any occur. Ankle Straps Gibson Ties 5L22LC1 Tho Frankfort State Journal hands out a straight tip that Statu School Superintendent Crabbe will resign his office early In April to accept tho presidency of the Eastern Normal College J. C. HENDRIX, Hickman, Ky. oooooooooooo A. M, TYLER Attorney. at . Law I am now located at Padu-cabut will continue to practice In the courts of Fulton county and will be In Hickman every 2nd and 4th Monday. O a o o o o o o o at Richmond. Ky. Also that n v BRADLEY & PARHAM Prof. Crabbe'a successor has already boon picked out by Gov, Willsou and that tho man Is Prof. Ellsworth of Mason county. We can save you from $1.00 to $2.00 a thousand on your shingles. Yates Kirk Shingle Co, Hickman ooaeoaaooeae) a O Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Courier Want Column Cent iwr Won! pr Vek Uub In Advauc. ..., ill I ' ' ' 'I'f'I'f'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT IIATKS-O- ns - Tinwork-JOH- N cotton SHORT ST OPS Surnrise Show at Lyric April 7th. FOK RENT: Desirable residence on Coo Hill L. 1. Ullson. 2&c A mond- Now Jersey Is Jury has decided Gov. Willson let the Morgan that It -n not profanity to call a man TAlU'lNfc! for coughs and colds per bottle Holm A J51Usou. (Our gujsij Reporter ument appropriation of 1 7, COO escape fool." Special No. 8 mi$: his veto J. A, Mooro went to Louisville, last Small bottom farm, at week. reasonable prlco. Address Hickman Atty. McMurry spent Friday In UnCourier. ion City. D. B. Wilson is just In from Mis Don't forget to renew your tub-souri with a load ot tine mules and scrlptlon. mares. Better see them. WANTED; Dr. Reld nnd family, of Fulton, were LOST: Hickory walking cauo with brass tacks lu knots on lu Itcturn hero Sunday. lp to Courier. Howard. Hugh Ed Curlln was hero from bar-bu- r KOK KENT: Five rooms over Union City Sunday. shop next to La Cludu Hotel MIbs Molllo Bourno spent Sunday 40c Alias Jessie Outten. In Union City with relatives. KOK SALE Six Dice corner lota Fount Hughes, ot Troy, Tenn., was lu tho Uoury Addition. Term to suit a visitor lu Hickman Saturday. purchaser. Julian Choate. 35tfc FOR RENT Business house on Clinton street. Apply at this office. Miss Nell Bondurant visited Mrs. KOK SALE; White Plymouth Itock eggs lor setting. Airs. A. K. AlcCou Hardy Llgon In Union City last week. SJtfc null, Hickman. Houte 3. Clarcnco Graham and wifo visited KOK SALE: Khodo Island lied the latter's mother in Fulton this Eggs, 1 lor setting of 15. Airs. Emweek. ma Hose, Hickman, Ky. 2tc Most of the boys in town wear Per KOK SALE: Pair good strong fection Clothes bought from Smith & work mules, 1100. Credit until Jan. Aniborg. 1, Mil, lien or easy note. K. it Rogers. R. A. Tyler Is building a now ga- O FOR SALE Pure Bred White rago at Oakwood Stock Farm, for Kansas City's campaign to ralso $1 Leghorn eggs. The big layers and his now autos. Gen. W. P. Roberts, who was tho youngest Brigadier General in tho 000,000 to maintain a steamboat lino profit payers. 75c a setting. Miss Txoy Vlvrett was married to L. P. Ellison. Mr. Miles Leo Jr., ot Mississippi KOK SALE: Thoroughbred Brown county, Monday. Leghorn eggs lor setting. Per setting Easter Is over, and the next event of 10 eggs, 75c C. A. Alurchlson, adof national interest Is the coming of Cayce, Ky. p dress, Halley's Comet. KOK SALE: Nice residence near Beware ot substitutes see that our the College, l'lcnty of ground and is on your plumbing and all Improvements. Terms to suit pur- trade-mar- k chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, If tinning Jobs. John Cotton. you want a home. Hickman Courier. P. H. Weaks and family and Edwin KOK SALE: Eggs from prize winning Black Laugshans, Buff Hocks, Cooke, of Fulton, were here Sunday and Whlto Wyandottes. It pays to afternoon in Mr. Weak's auto. oy a house long- - established get the best. Mrs. Annlo McDanlel, It was an ideal Easter and one es Ky. Hickman, 42p and bearing a national reppeclally enjoyed and appropriately ob utation for excellence. KOK SALE: A nice residence, one served In all of the churches. block from Postofflce. The house We are exclusive local Fount Love, ono of the good, old has S rooms, two halls, and two qorch representatives for ea; la good repair and a very deslra negroes of Hickman, died Friday, of pneumonia, after a month's illness. ble place. Call at this office. 0-- 1 Mrs. Tom Monro, aged C2, ono ot the prominent and highly respected On pago 3 ot this week's Courier, ladles ot the Rock Sprulgs vicinity will bo found a cotnpleto digest ot died suddenly Flldny night. what tho Legislature did nt the last session, giving tho text nnd Inten' Tho Fighting Parson" Is a great tions of each bill. moral lesson. It Instructs the young to do right. Tho old It amuses and Tho combination locks on tho safes sends homo lu a bolter frame of of both tho Hickman Ice & Coal Co. mind. To bo seen at the Uric, on and W. A. Dodds got out ot fix last next Thursday April 7th. week, and they wero forced to alo most ruin both of tho iron boxes. to Prof. John Grant Crabbe, Superln get them open. Possibly tho locks tendent of Public Instruction, has have- been tampered with during tho written a song called "Kentucky wee small hours. Schools" which Is dedicated tp Ihu boys, and girls ot tho commonwealth Tho firm ot Cotton & Adams, plumb- It has been sot to music and Prof ers nnd tinners, has been dissolved Crabbo has the Courier's thanks for by mutual consent. Mr. Cotton will au ad vn co copy. O continue in tho samo line, with his shop located on tho second door over John Putch and Allss Mnclo Kelly, their old location. Mr. Adams has two popular youns people ot Minis formed a partnership with his brother slppl clunty, Mo,, were united In mar John Adams, known as Adams Bros., riage in this city Sunday morning which will occupy tho old stand on 10 30 at tho residence of and by Her Clinton street. Both firms propose G. V. Wilson. The groom Is a son to do anything from laying a Standard ot Tho. Putch, a prosperous farmer Oil pipe line to making a tin soldier. Airs. Futch Is a daughter of Mrs. Here's to your success, boys. Kelly, ot the Dorvna neighborhood O - nxo. Very Heavy GLASS PITCHERS Cut Glass Patterns And Fine Imported Au&triaD China Plates Per Set of Six. On Salt SATURDAY MORNING al II o'clock ELLISON Mrs. Will IUIley, of Louisville, the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Kd Millet, was tho honorce of a bridge party given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. M. Hubbard. The gintu was play with Interest at the four tables, as It was the first affair of tbs hind sine: tho beginning ot font. Refreshments of leu cream, cult a and n lnts were served, Tho guests on this occasion were Mesdamcs Will Bailey, E. I). Prattler. C. P. Bhumatc, U P. Wilson, U A. Stone, A. IU Stone C. L. Walker, T. T. Swayne. 11. N, Cowglll, Hoy Clark, E. It. Klllson. J It. Mlllett. Molllo Pratlur, A. 15. Ken nedy and W. 11. Haltzer. BROTHERS HART REYNOLDS, -- Have Your Clothes Hade to Order Tho third Kaiir tflati Sunday, was ttu cf 'llart to Mr. Paul It this city. The n.ar is t r, 3:30 Ml tho '' West Illokinan. It- . - 3 1.1 U I! l.i-- i t tt lie It OlU the Baptist chunh a few relatives at ed the ceremony Tho bride I i I t'f u , a and Mrs. Henry West HIckniAtis ladles. She Is a lady. ling - i kt, - cf Mr J cit of ni " joatj i n cf . it ?, l ' ' t - Sanford Roper, of tho Harmony lied Turkeys. Rhode Ked Eggs from Red Chickens community, and Mrs. Alice Campbell, Write for price of turkeys. of Hallewell, wero married last week, B. Threlkeld, State Lino, Our guarantee as well as If you want your boy to have IMayp stylish that of Strauss Brothers suit buy him stands back of every garment Bay horse, 10 hands Perfection Suit from Smith & Am STRAYED: blaxe face, white hind feet. Blue berg. ordered. mare mule 1G hands. Strayed last Airs. Lillian Leech Norton, of Tex The clothes possess style and "snap," in addi Thursday. Return to R. R. Rogers, as, who has been visiting Alius Ma tion to being perfect fitting and flawlessly made. Hickman. J5 reward. 41c bel Wilson, returned to Wingo Sat It will be a revelation to you to look over the urday. FOR SALE: Owing to a change in ntw Spring line. business necessitating me leaving Miss Ea telle Rencau, Miss Louise Give us a call. Hickman, I will sell my home on Atwood, S. D. Luten and Gordon Carroll street near the Ice Plant. Rice were in Union City Saturday af For terms seo Mrs. Graves at the ternoon. residence or write mo at Rayvllle, Pleas Taylor, Miss Pauline Taylor, La., H. W. Graves. George Allen, and Mr. Collins, of Ful ton, were here Sunday in Mr. Taylor' Tho Ballard Yocman says: Great automobile. 312 Indignation Is felt hero over tho W. A. Dodds is building another probability that a negro enumerator now house In the Bond Addition. Ho will be appointed to tako the census will probably start two more in the Confederate army, died at Norfolk as between that city and St. luls has In tho Lovelacevllle District of this near future. tho result of a frctured hip. been successful. With a woek to county. sparo from the original time set for Miss Myrtlo Walker is visiting rel Mrs. R. E. Brlce, of near town, the close of subscriptions, there has went to Troy, Saturday to visl home atlves and friends In Louisvlllo. She Senator 'Cullom says that he has been subscribed 130,000 In excess ot will spend several months before ro folk. supported tho Ilopubllcan party from the required million. turning home. tho day ot his birth. But hasn't tho Republican party dono tho same for Gov, Willson has approved tho bill Senator CulIomT providing for tho election ot four commissioners who, with thq County Prof. J. W. McGarvey and wife loft Judge, shall compose tho fiscal court Saturday for Missouri. Prof. McGar of tho county, This will do away vey held a meeting at the with the present system which make Christian church In this city, and Is a up tho fiscal court of tho County very entertaining preacher, having Judgo and the Justices ot tho peace traveled extensively In tho Holy Land ot tho county. In addition to our prompt and accurate preBourbon Chickens. f 1 for 1C. Mrs. Q. Ky. long-wearin- g The groom lia worth, lionDavid Joslati llrcwcr, Associate has a host of fi Juitlce of tho Supremo Court of the When ho was tit United States, died Monday night ns was taken from intho result of a stroke of sppoplexy, Home, In taunt m Ills death followed within a minute Meacham and beforo ho could bo carried to his bed iiy. Mrs. Brewer was with him when the Wo understand t end camo. Juttlce Brewer was n residence In tii- s years old. tlon whore tho . 3 f.i t i .J lV-s-w j '. . Si: j 1 ' w t k homo. When you alnt looking, wc may switch lit an old elbow or nipple or put In a llttlo more time at so much per hour, but In the end wo will give you Just as good and Just as cheap Job of tinning or plumbing as any- body. Cotton, plumber and tinner. O Congratulations O E. R. ELLISON Mrs. Gertrude ter of Thos. C Kt' Moscow, died at h ' rill, Tcun., last Ti She took a seme u cf t h I -- t r i' T L T 4 " at tho supper tabl-sh! could ret to "lilps are coming back Into stylo again," says u fashion note. Persons only a short Untold, Deceased l a who saved their hips will now bo five children, fs'N Klad ot It. brothers and tort-heloss. Tho bill making It unlawful to catch rabbits lu traps, snares nnd deadfalls has been approved by tho Governor. t.l 3 -f t, a Uc' ii y afi - tV c:vi Spring Drugs scription service, we have in stock all of the favorite family remedies for Spring use. In our years of experience we have learned the stock and the very ingredients that are most wanted in family recipes, and can put up anything you want on the shortest possible notice. Get your favorite tonics and other recipes filled now. We carry everything that should be found in a first-cladrug store, promise you prompt service, reasonable prices and courteous treatment. ss two-week- A fuw moro Gold Fish at Helm & Klllson's. Come quick If you want them. Popular prices. promise that O well." "Hubby, Is my hat on right?" "I linrdly think so, I ran still seo ono of your oyes." Ex. O All persons .. She was .. a v- -f ed christian, limit x ( : insit of tho church at 1 d tr 'l s ber of years. 8 Ik f.lt n u W who knew her from ber loved or. j It muit w wo are unable to or'' ord loft to Him, the ruur tnefrcn nil, to comfort us w 'h J1 ' He d" : "The Old Reliable" HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY (lsrporatrf) '5 They say a play without a love story Is uninteresting. "Tho Fighting Parson" has not broken this rulo for through tho entire production a beau tlful lovo story Is told. Good sub stantial love of the lasting kind. This with Its pathos and comedy bus made "The Fighting Parson" ono of the soason's successes and everywhere where It has been produced met with Instantaneous success from both an artistic as well as financial standpoint. Tho ministry recommend it becauso It teaches a moral lesson ot right and wrong, yet does not offend tho sensitive but sends one homo with a feeling of contentment for having seen It. Managers Dillon & Cox ot the Lyric, offer it to their patrons for their approval on Thurs day Ayrlt 7Uu Officer Jno. Wright and Deputy Garden seed Sheriff llob Uoalder arrested a couplo hero Tuesday night from Paris, Tenn Prather's. on a warrant sworn out by tho wo man's husband. The man's name Is Jim Smith. They came lu on the 8:30 train and had gone to the ho tel when invited by tho officers to spend the ulgbt au guests of Uncle Joo Noonon. According to tho story told by tho woman, her husband hud S V A Vh threatened her llfo and otherwise made life unbearable for her. They were trying to get to ArknnsuB and were going to cross the river hore yesterduy morning. Sheriff Compton. of Paris, arrived yesterday morning for tho prisoners and returned on tho afternoon train. Owdoa ttlw J. K. & 8. L. Dodds Co. Is building innn several small tenant houses about . .. . are reipiesteu to a town. than cations not later O ILtk-cnow iwi""' d at t Ire I. r I College onu r.tit V r 1 l Fr n'f a at Bettorsworth O & Ixtts of building got!':. V m A IK MANUFACTURING LVdw SamplM on display at this office. The Hickman Courier o wu hw Saturday, ALL S0RTSi4-- M Me Mattings, Linoleums Buy Ice Coupon Books Harry Patch went to Union City, Friday. Best flour on tbo market, worth ft Prather. Bettors- Buy your cigars from Harris, Hickman Drug Co. Rugs and Curtains for Spring Our new lines of the above goods are now complete and ready for the Spring house cleaning and preparations for summer. China and Japanese straw mattings in a larger variety of weaves and colorings than ever before shown -- at AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will either collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. Mrs. Roy Clark spent Tuesday and Wednesday In town. Cows.Hl' place you can get RBO. homo folks near Union City. Drue Store 1 the only Robert Bellow spent Sunday with Dan Brlggs, who Is staying In Mem phis, spent Easter at homo. Mrs. Roso Prather, of Stato Lino, was hero shopping, Tuosday. in Hickman. This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. to 35c in the China, and mattings. Japanese Linoleums in good qualities and attractive patterns, sq. yd., at Oil Cloths in yard and two yard widths, sq. yd., at Japanese and China Matting Rugs, 9x12 The price range is broad nt 3x6 12c 20c to 45c in the Let Schmidt make your clothes and keep them pressed FREE of charge. Mrs. 50 to 60c J. 30 to 4t0c 1.50 to Is vlslUng W. Smith, of LaCentor, Ky., her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) Wheelor. Rugs for indoor or outdoor use, according to size Tapestry Brussels Rugs in attractive patterns and colors, 9x12. Axminster Rugs in rich, bright colorings Small Rugs to match Crcx 5.00 75c 3.50 Telephone your grocery order to all good delivered. No. 38 the Old Reliable Lewis Kllnatrlck. of Momuhl. was hero Sunday, tho guest of Mis An nlo Ellison. AN .11.50 to 18.00 .22.50 to 25.00 2.50 to 4.00 OBJECT LESSON. If your groceries have not proven enUrely satisfactory try trading with C. II. Moore. Miss Leila Shaw and Miss Jennie Jlatson, of Stato Line, were In this city, Tuesday. Women and men who are wont to complain of the smallest vexations of 11 fo might havo learned a lesson ot Curtain Department line ot Lace Curtains, Portiers, Door Panels, Novelty Curtains, Window Shades, and all accessories pertaining to same. If we cannot please you there's no need to try elsewhere. A complete bee Curtains Novelty V 1 Curtains. indow Shades 50c to 6.00 .1.25 to 5.00 25c to 1.25 SMITH & AMBERG WILL ORGANIZE TODAY. Til U U 1! f ;i .'iurlng ( In H u t !: kluldor of tbo new Hick Co., will meet at office IliU afternoon at fit the purpose of organlz- .ling officer. As soon t!3t:c llio Hoard of Direct- - ' and arrange for build-'- " .r machinery nnd pro--i i timber. II .3 id that tbo factory will cpt ration In o very short tic concern will not only bo . i.i fit to Hickman, but to Tho spring stylo book of Hart ,nR country, andd will bo Scbaffncr & Marx a beautiful and (imposition. art'stlc production. Tho Illustrations I..: red, the promoter of this are made from Washington scenes who camo to us with first which adds Interest to tho work. ' . menu diss from bonk, wholo You will find many Instructive things nls r and railroad, request among tho pages. Smith ft Ainbcrg s tie i r to extend bin profound Is tbo homo ot Hart Scbaffncr & tlr.li j 'ho citizen Marx Clothe. Uo : been bo ready and willing tot ; v. - tho now ontcrprlce. I. V. Dobbins camo over from Ful i xil work go on. ton In his auto yesterday afternoon, making tho trip In ono hour. When O he reached town bo noticed his en'he plumber. I'hono 6C. gines were getting hot, and suppos ing the water was low proceeded to pour cold water In tho resevolr, which cracked one ot tho six -1 public-spirite: Dillon & Cox have contracted with now firm for their films for their moving picture how. It la by far the beat lot ot picture ever shown. and will be greatly appreciated by thoso who llko good motion pictures. They havo also started, tbo ovory night tcrvlco which will continue through tho spring and summer sea- son. Good music, electric fans, illus trated song, moving pictures, etc., all for 10c. Patronise- them. Dillon ays they need tbo money. Hickman Is in need of a first-clas- s dray or transfer eompany. It Is next to Impossible to get hauling done, other than local freight, although a half dozen negro draymen and team bo Idle lit tho time. This business could bo lot by franchise to the high est bidder and give sonio man a chance to control and do tho dray work right. Tho present service is rotten and dono on a "skim off the cream" system light work and heavy pay policy. Its to tho Interest of the town that tho city council mako some change In tho present servlco. Busi ness men are dally complaining that thoy cannot get the work dono In this lino by tho present layout, nnd we know this to bo a fact. Other towns have transfer companies that haul anything, anywhere, any time, without getting down on your knees to them and tho city regulates tho rates. Ono negro, when turning down a Job that had a llttlo work attached to It said, "I novcr makes less than $10 or $12 a day with my team." Ho wanted $10 a day in tbo shade Wo need n good transfer company in Hickman. J. II. Schaffer and Miss Jane Fish Tho rain yesterday was very wel er, of Arlington, wcro married In come. Fulton, Sunday. Mrs. Calvin Arrington, of Moscow, 8ave on your shingle bill by buy was shopping in Hickman, Friday. Ing direct from our mill. Yates A. Kirk Shingle Co. Leo Campbell went to Asbport on the Str. Mengel Box Co. this week. Henry Whipple has returned to Paducab, after a visit to his sister, Mrs. Fopo Herring has returned to Mrs, R. H. Speight. Union City after a visit to Mrs. T. Swayne. "A little better than seems neces sary" soda fountain servlco. Harris Mrs. Murley Roper and children spent Sunday and Monday with J. R. at Hickman Drug Co. Georgo Gregory, of St. Louis, was Brown and family. here Easter and Monday, tho guest TJho ladles of tho Episcopal Guild of Miss Homer Green. will hold a white sale at Mrs. Harry COTTON SEED the early kind for Ellison's next Tuesday afternoon. tale by the Hickman Hardware Co., Tho ladles of the Episcopal Guild $1.00 a bushel, In sack. will hold a white sale at Mrs. liar Schmidt has the swellest line of ry Ellison's next Tuesday afternoon. prlng samples you ever laid your Regular services at the Methodist eyes on. From $16 to $40. church Sunday morning at 11 a. m . You are Invited to Joe Cantillon and wife, and Mr. A. and 7:30 p. A. Facia and wife spent one day last attend. week at Rcelfoot Lake, fishing. Miss Annie Ellison, of Hickman, has beon tho guest of Mrs. Bullock Sam Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han dles the best line ot Furniture in uels for several days this week. West Kentucky. Let us show you Clinton Gazette. 1 of Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel NewIIn, Liberty Center, Ind., that I began to take Car-o- ul. for it has cured me. mo l will never forget it I cannot praise Cardul too hlclily for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, 1 was very Md color, suffered preat Pain 105 pounds. Now I have a cood color, do not suffer and and. weighed 12 Ihq only Johnson arrested Chas Gardnor. a boozo merchant of tho col ored persuasion, with 13 halt pints When tho census U takou, Hickman In his possession Saturday night. On will not get credit for much more Monday. Judgo Naylor finished tbo than CO per cent of her population, job by tacking on a senteuco ot CO owing to tho fact that tho city limit day in Jail. do not cover any of tho suburban property. By all mean tho city lim There will bo no services at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday. it should bo extended. Tho pastor preaches at Kenton on Henry Barry, tho boy who wa trio the first Sunday ot each month. last week on a charge ot breaking Miss Helen IColl. representing tho Into Jlethony's grocery toro and sen- to n cod to Uio reform school, ha been Woman Board of Homo Missions ot oaroled to his mother and W. J. liar Now York, lectured at the Presby ry, pending bis good behavior In tho terian church Monday evening. welch . future H. The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, nox- lOU ftlltlArfll flmns vital fink into your system, like lead to the bottom of - """ Ul Cardul is purely vacuole and contains no hn Cnnn... minerals, or wngerous drugs. , ia penccuy sate ana mn:55l lor use oy oiu and younir. and mav be wn. as a tonic, for w us, wimoui any harmful effect TryH. I I WdlCI. Fred M. Case and wlfo will leave Isler. our popular express Monday for Paducab to spend a fow nconl. say that Monday was tho first duy. From there they go to St, dav sluco whiskey was voted out or Loul for a abort stay. town that tho express company foiled Miss Hutti Buchanan, ot Pembroke, to bring uny booio to Hickman. Aro Kv.. visited Mrs. M. Ambers and tarn wo gelling butter! lly a fow day last week, returning John DeArmond, a Kultou genius, homo Sunduy night. was riding ou tho street of Fulton Morgnnflold had a flro Friday thin week In OU aulo of hi own morning which destroyed most ot the mako. It was made of an ordinary business section. Loss $200,000. runabout. W. A. Dodds, S. D. Luten and Dr, Mr. Gertrudo Henry, of Now Mad days here this J. O. Stubbs took an auto trip to Un rid, Mo., spent a fow week, tbo guest of her fotuor, h. . Ion City, yosterday. Heove and family. Mis Annlo Ellison returned Friday la remodeling her rosl from a visit to friends In Louisville. Annlo Wesa deuce In Kast Hickman. Mr. P. U. Curllu and baby visited was hero Friday lu Union City this week. Mr. J. 1. Maddox shopping. Lowla Salmon, of Oakton, was here ou business, Monday. Kvery night at tho Lyric. M. Quality counts In shingles get the The Ladles' Circle met with Mrs, best by buying direct from our mill. Easly last Wednesday evening. Top Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman lea were discussed for the good of Ky. the Circle Refreshments wereserv Eastwood, of Arlington, ed. Walter and Mis Essie Jones, of Fulton, were Rev. David C. Wright, rector of married In tbo latter city Saturday Grace Episcopal Church, Paducah, ha night. accepted the Invitation to preach the baccalaureate sermon to the grad Mrs. Hagan and daughter, Mrs. El uates ot Hickman College. la Henderson, spent a few days with Mound City, 111., relatives Blnco our Miss Dora Smith, County School last Issue. Superintendent, Is sending out to tho trustees ot the various school dls Perfection Clothes aro made for trlctB In the county blanks to bo used boyB who want thu best at a reaslu taking a school census. The cen onable prlco. Smith & Amburg have sus will be token In April. a big lino of Uiem. We havo It on good authority that Miss Hettlo Williams has returned tho city council will endorse tho prop from St. Louts, where sho has been osition to oil our Btreeta Instead ot for several weeks attending Kelster'a sprinkling, and several aro agitating collego. tbo oiling of residence streets. Let The Hickman Furniture Co. has In er go. itock the most complete stock of Pleas Wallace, a white boy about undertakers goods. Let us show you nhen lu need of anything in mat 18 years old, was arrested yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Rob Goalder and Prof. Morris orgm.litd a singing 1b charged with carrying concealed was employed school nt Mt. ZIon tills week. Prof, deadly weapons. He singing by Moso Barkott. Morris has been teaching school lu this section for twenty St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal years or inoro. Church services: Sunday School at 10 a. in., Sermon and Holy Commuu Mrs. It. Q. Robblns, "Doodle Bug" Ion at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and and tho latter's little sister, left Frl 7:30 p. m. Bishop's Vlsl day mornlug. for a visit In Hickman sermon at D, Qibbs tatlon Rt. Rev. C. E. Woodcock, They wore accompanied to D., Sunday, April 17th. Mayfleld Messenger by Mr. Bobbins. Leauder Robinson, night police ot All Woodmeu aro specially request Fulton, camo over yesterday, bringing ed to meet with tbo Camp, Wednes- Chas. Moody to the Jail here. Moody day night, April Cth, to arrango for Is charged with breaking Into a gro unveiling at Brownsville Cemetery cery Btore lu Fulton. Theo other ne Sunday, April 10th. Elm CampNo.3 gro that was with him when the Andy PouiuIb Is now proprietor of deed was dono has not been captured tho restaurant on tho corner, until re Success from start to finish Is cently owned by Erslo Ward. Audy tho verdict ot tbo dramatic critic In says ho Is going to servo regular speaking of W, F. Mann's latest of meals and run tho place a llttlo dif fering "The Fighting Parson" which ferent from beretoforo. comes to our local play house April Officers Dillon, Wright and Hnuiby 7th. It's just a tho name Implies, a pastoral comedy drama with Mr, made a 1:30 a. m. rtdd Sunday on shanty boat near tho Incline, and pick Win. Welsterhart as tho Parson chap od up sovoral young fellow who wer eroned by a dramtlo company ot ox enjoying a social card game. They traordlnary ability and staged undor wore fined $11.60 each lu Judge Rem the personal direction ot Mr. Mann biauelL ley's Geurt Has day. dross-makin- appreciation had they observed tho really unfortunate circumstances of a woman on the streets of this city Tuesday. In her arms she carried a babe a few weeks old; at her feet sat a little tot ot about two years and on a nearby corner stood the, husband and father, whose eye sight was destroyed In a mine explosion. as helpless as his llttlo ones receiv ing alms from those who were moved by pity to help the helpless. Most of us have smooth sailing compared to the lot ot this family this picture of despair and misery, making Its meek appeal to the goodness ot heart of Wo should be thanktbo passer-by- . ful that we are not dependent upon missions home missions for our dally bread and shelter. It Is Indeed sad to bo homeless and afflicted In a land of plenty; scantily attrled In the path where gay fashion sweeps by; penniless In tho midst ot wealth; and not receiving a kind word though in tho shadow of churches whoso walls still echo the words of missions and missions workers. It Is too bad that we neglect our own. Wo need more HOME MISSIONS. To meet the usual argument, we ad mit there are elemostnary institutions for the benefit ot the destitute. Theoretically this Is alright; but apply tho rule to your loved ones. Then remember that the hundreds ot dol lars that leave town annually might be used as a means to help keep them succeed in their efforts to In dependence. Only last week the mother of four small children found that her tolling over tho wash tub would not keep tbo wolf from tho door. She made an as signment ot the most cherished asset ot every truo American Indepen dence and pride and begged enough money to defray her expenses lu reaching her old home, This hap pened In Hickman, Ky. Just a llttlo help might have saved this great hu r is miliation. After the dead, is It a good policy to rush folks because they oft to tho cannot make ends quite meetT Not according to our way ot think bread-winnepoor-house ing. What Hickman, and nearly every other town In tho U. S. uoeds Is to spend more money on tbo needy at home and missionaries at homo. Ono ot tho good pastors of this city, In conversation with tho writer on tho foreign mission subject, was frank enough to admit that it la" doubtful It CO per cent of the money subscribed to this cause ever reached Its destination. But we know to a certainty that the money spent at home gives a hundred cents value ou the dollar. Hubert Williams, one ot the boys Implicated In the robbery of store in West Hickman ouo night last week, was given a hearing before Judge Naylor Monday. Tbo Jury sentenced blm to ouo year lu tbo reform school. Attorneys Remley and Moore represented tho defendant and County Attorney Honey was lu charge of the State's case. Later Young Williams was paroled in the custody of his father. Mo-then- Miss Ruth Klmbro and Swayuo Walker and Mis Loto Cavltt and John Mcacham spent Sunday In Pulton. O A. E. DeBow and Guy Hale attend- ed the Raster dance lu Fulton day sight Fri- ORBIT OF HALLEY'S COME! Rarest and Moit Brilliant of Wonden Known to Astronomy to Appear After Long Abienee. In a few weeks the evening sky wll display one of the rarest and mos brilliant wonders known to astronomy The world famous "Halley's comet,' after an absence of 75 years, wll again be within our range of vlsloi. As science knows little of tho powen of the elements farther out In on solar system and of tln-l- r Influence or tho celestial bodies. It Is Imponslb to predetermine the day or tho wel when tho wanderer will come In sight AS OTHERS SEE US Your appearance is asset or liability. You must look good if you would "make good." N There Are Occasions men require cloths elegance and distinguished from others by the aristocracy of refinement Every fabric showing this season is a dream of Beauty and the Models are equally charming. Ask to see the Genuine All Wool Book and place your confidence in the International Tailoring Conv pany to make whate'cr you need; let it be for business of special note, M" occasions admires E VERY one confident. the man who looks W. cheertul, Clothes made by & Co., of prosperous S. Peck WHEN New York, express this idea. The style of Peck clothes sets off your individuality. And the quality of fabrics and tailoring make this style fabric permanent. If you would make your clothes money do you unlimited service, try the kind of clothes we sell. Even if your knowledge of the things that make for clothes value is limited, you'll appreciate and recognize the virtues we have described. Orbit of Halley's Comet. MILLET & ALEXANDER It. A. Tyler, of Hickman, was In the city, Tuesday, returning from the S. T. Wade salo near Jordan. This big sale Included a largo amount of fine stock, Including cattle and hogs. There was a large attendnce at tho sale. Mr. Tyler bought one of the valued at $200. Ado bulls, a Mr. Tyler Is the owner and mannger of Oakwood Stock Farm, near Hickman, the home of the famous thorough breds, San Mateo and Alfred O., and tho saddlo stallion Irasclblo Squirrel. Mr. Tyler has a small track, on his MULES I MULES I LADIES' farm and thoroughly equipped stud for the breeding and training of fine We have about 60 head of good horses. He is a fancier who knows work mules, ranging from three to and appreciates tho good qualities of eight years old, for sale. Also a few of the horse. Union City Commercial horses and good mores. Will sell either for cash or credit with good I guarantee all plumbing and tinnote. ning I do. If the work don't come J. F. & 8. L. Dodds Co. up right and I can't out-talyou we will cheerfully do the Job over just like any other plumber. Cotton. Tomorrow Is "all fools' day." k Astronomers all the world over, how ever, are prepared for the observation and study of the Infrequent visitor. The comet finishes Its elliptical patt around the sun In a period of about 75 years. The history of mankind contains several rcords of its recur rent appearances. In ancient times. when science was In Its Infancy and superstition ruled the world, comets were looked upon as foreboders at wars and other calamities. And as "Halley's comet" formerly outstripped all of Its kind In size and brilliancy, It more than once made humanity terrorstruck. A comparative study of the various descriptions' prove that both In brightness and volume the comet Is diminishing. Judge us by our Merchadise and Methods. m BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. (INCORPORATED) mm &mirM aw m m mm m Wfammm v m ka&aWar'aiv ear a m mwaB mmmr mm'mm-- w w a hh a. .mr mr m w mm mi mm mmmm.m.'m.'.-.'.- mm. ' Practical Fashions COMBINATION QARMENT. UNDER- Business Directory ASK FOR RATES llecn flahlu j 3TEr K4 1 On the Streets Heard WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Lest, Prep. Um Oeorier. t Ik- - t and Ssturdiy tihti. . Tabu win ...4 . . n ou ue am. nibet rrlcei (ill . r. . .. JUovlni? till ttlr. Wednesday ..... Co. ajuariii Best of Milk and Duller delivered. Home rhc-No. 27. McMURRY Attorneys-at-La- Cotton, tho plumber. Phono C5. Tho farmer is havlBg his luulug. Tinware and stow futures at Uet lurs worth A Prather. Miss Hayso Cottou sput Sunday lu union City, thu guest of her grand mother. uctt. tt - Hickman Hdw 1 A FLAT at eeiuvi With her brother J A lug to Crockett, Tens L I It. ssuxwis .lain. Sunday iH Offlco over Hickman Drug Company Hickman, Ky. Tho Courier lll spprtdtu nun mil. ti coltago on Suuset Drive lu I I mi Nuiulnr ai il City Delivery; both phones No. 3S. SouUieru Heights addlUon. "Best of Everything" Hrownsvllle Kra'tril six-roo- BETTERSWORTH A PRATHER Qrocerlts h. ii. j'ormer Is building a pretty Tho two Kctks c J Ulj ii sT It iiiniii iikks l t:i l.'u-t- a ytKJL Wc can Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable cures after all other means had failed. Women who are suffering with some form of female illness should consider this. As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest statements of facts. Crcssnn, Pn. "Five years ngo I liail a. had fall, anl hurt myself inwardly. I wan under a doctor's caro for uliui wekn, and wlicu I 8toiictl 1 trrcnv worse again. 1 Kent for n bottle of Lydlu E. lMnkham'H "Vegetable Compound, took it as directed, and now I am u Htout, hearty woman." Mrs. 1211a H. Alkey, Cressou, llalrd, AVash. llalrd, AVash. "A year ago I was sick with kidney and bladder troubles and female weakness. Tlio doctors gave mo up. All they could do was to just let mo go as easily as possible. I was advised by friends to take Lydia K.lMnkliam's Vegetablo Compound and Jtlood Purifier. I am completely cured of my ills, and I ant nearly sixty years old." Mrs. Sarah Iyclgliton, lu. Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not cure, are the very disorders that give way to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged to try this wonderfully helpful remedy. For 30 years Lydia U. Pinkham's Vegetablo Geaapeund lias been the standard remedy for Ills. Ns sick woman does justice to fsinli' who will not try this famous medicine. kwrsolf Matte exclusively from roots and herbs, and sum tho mauds or eves to Its credit. MgMtoMn. Piakhaiu invite all sick women to writ her for advlee. She Uas of gill flat thtutnnaW to health freev ...... charge. . m x i .. Huudrvds of weul over to Southern HelgbU last Sunday to try can l'ouitry it no !:'. UMt m Carpenter and Contractor thu uuw bridge and sue now uddltlon Let mo figure with you. Amos Hicks and Uarbara Upshaw Hickman llardnap to Hickman. Ky. colored, will be married at the colurU At. h church, Wednesday orviilug were guests or 111' kuiaa nti.in, A. E. KENNEDY Fire, Life and Accident Insurance April 3rd. Mill tirtil'mL.r Qiutl -- nv . "... to this city about June lit Host Companies on Earth Don't wait any longer lu gel that Phone No. CI. poultry fence you need It NOW. Wo Of course pnets (or piumblcf law plenty of lu Hickman Hdw, llniilnir will rnnu dovttl SlW. tilt COURIER REALTY COMPANY Company, inc. will havo to get my pnets u k! Phone No. 21 onDeputy Sheriff Itob Uoaldcr return how low they go. John Lot Wlir sell that place and get you an ed Friday from Urowuwood, Texas, fiiat Co. other. No business, no pay. ffi... tiiL...n I, IUU liv,na.iai ivfc whuro he has been vlsltlug his sister. sul trl finished setting Mrs. A. M. Prater. ulni fur vWtri 1: til 5 W HICKMAN TLRNITURE CO. -u Within 24 hours alter the death of crn HctghU Aau.ui a Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ( Postmaster Asa Dodkln at lUrdwell, completes tho ongiusl Phono 20, night or day. Henry WIuslow was circulating u pc-- provemoiiU which cuibraC'd cu Paris Pattern No. 2709. All Beams Hickman, Ky. Allowed. walks, electric llshU. a tltlou asking for thu office. Fine cambric. Lonsdale muslin, jaconet, Persian lawn or nainbridge and watt r u. &i DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. sook, are all suitable materials for A new steel bridge has been built fl this serviceable little undergarment, A Thnlkiid had lu placo of thu wooden structure in which Is a combination of three cor old stand. Phone No. 2. West Hickman, known as "Corpora tough luck Huuuar nset cover, drawers and petticoat. The Hickman, Ky. tlou Hrldge;" thu city and county now buggy iron. " w W fullness of the round neck Is regu wnro Co. Safrdav sharing ullko In the cost. lated br a narrow ribbon-ru. ... It'll bead-, mil nuir HllllUJV HI "ORAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP ing and finished with Valenciennes " Mauagur Dillon of the Hickman Icu the new 'veliiii' umi " awrt (Hunxlker's Old Stand) lace edgltlg. the armholes being Un& Coal Co. has orraugeU to start Uio runaway occur r. a or i billed with similar beading and edgLowest prices for horseshoeing, electric fans tho 1st of April. This thu Methodist , w Tkml ing. Tho lower edge has a medium Wood and Iron Work. Is getting off one month earlier than ..... I t ETlOUllf wide rullle of tho material, finished with the edging. The pattern Is In usual, but they will certainly bo wel Jured. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. seven sizes 32 to U Inches bust meas come If tho weather continues as it A. J. Wright, Manager. ure. For 3C bust the combination re" Tha mnnsrenifCl i has been for the past thirty days. quires 3H yards of material 3G Inches Home Tlepl"" ... Makers and Dealers in Harness. wide, 3V4 yards 42 lucres wide, 2 Wm, Holloway, one of tho leading wlsbos to announce w Ilepalr Work u Specialty. . yards of beading, 3 yards of ribbon, business men of Charleston, Mo., now reaay w lit Vi yards of narrow edging and 6 .ltb writes us for tho address of thu all country Hue. on yards of wldo edging. i a Hiokman. The conipsny of the now railroad from CLAY & CALDWELL. procure in iho eiu " ..i send cents .To 1'uttern thf pattern or thle10 paper. Tenn., to Hickman. Ho Is Blacksmiths. nuartui.nt." plainly, Write nam and aIr anxious to try to gut tho railroad with your nes ai w and be sura to jive slza and number of pattern. Dlacksniltblng and Woodwork. C -tpeoplo Interested In u proposition to per ii'ne and charge. service. B" Horse Shoeing a specialty. cross Uio river hero aud go through heir exchange NO. 2709. SIZE.. Davis, Manager. to Charleston. B. 8. ELLIOTT . X l.i 1 ' w sl ijnnnt -- pro-moto- e, r Tho City Dads of Fulton have pass ed an ordluauco tacking a llcuuso tax on almost all professions, occulta BTKEET AND NO Hons and factorios, which will go Into STATE effect tomorrow. Tho Hickman law makers undertook to pass about tho O sauio thing a year or so ago, but Thorn's a whole lot of fun In flgur Huch a howl went up that tholr nurvo on a plumbing contract. If you failed thorn and thoy have never men. feel that you have a keon seuso of j Uo,l(-'- It slnco. In fact, this proceed-humouro ra,W reve"u,,' but 11 wlU put como around and your- 'Municipal In tho self while we make you an estlmte.!0 dam'lur on ond' Wo'vo Mm 11 tr,wl All jokes are fresh-1- 310 crop-aTOWN r, NAME ; jAm Ask your doctor how often he prescribes cn, i . . i say. stimulant lor children. He will probably rarely. Children do not need stimulating. i how often lie prescribes a tonic for them, nc ' aWy answer, "Very, very frequently. the jSarsapariasioabout Ayer's e non-alcohol- ic Alcohol to Children - Tij i. i nj,., pills J nd sugar-ooatwl.-Jn- Bteseer a4 Cottoa. the tUuw. (U 'greosry nh uniiu. - ...... . ' tkc itt flmt Mlrr ef luaJHmm to M( m. i-, Deiv sMvemMtoTtlie bowcU. Tkat) Mat Mat wt Ayr' flsW. bou w ''mi . b uv- - l Hickman Furniture AND Company 0 Mi reach of up-to-- S OLJINO JUNlTM CAMPAIGN OPENS fof Mr child, ir root mblllon Is to tx both win. and Thfn the mn who have hfn notes' fmulatr. Julius I'anar, FURNITURE rst, sr thft UNDERTAKERS' GOODS mn it nevi tstmpl, i Jj 4j u.d plione, the tI Not a political campaign but a campaign for business, 11 we are prepaiea 10 meet t.L- - aemanas in an li lines or ine J merchandise contained in . .J a. a. 1 r First'Clnss Good at a price that is within Yet hla fame win ore enduring Our goods are new and strictly date. 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. everyone. Aleiander never, never smoked a bl c and fat cigar. Hannibal would not ba tempted t ride on a trol-le- y car. If you want to And the highway to the citadel of fame like the be To itreateat persons then aliould be your aim. honor, never turned an auto orank. And he died a leading aiatreinan, with ome money In the bank. Old M. thunel.fi never fltted up hla houae with hardwood door. Never wildly knocked a golf ball o'er the preadlng' Bonaparte was fond of atudy In the watche of the night. Put he wouldn't read the paperi by an Incandescent light. nil hla varlaitlni atone, laiu aa th 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 And an Implement Store Four car loads recently received and allotted to the various departments and combined in one great Department Store Here are some of the specialties in the Implement Line Vulcan Chilled Plows, Oliver Chilled Hoosier Corn Planters Hoe and Disc Cultivators Harrows, Stalk Cutters Farm and Poultry Fence Ohio River Salt, etc., etc. Car load of the famous Delker Buggies just in, repre--, senting the highest attainment in buggy making. A mammoth aggregation of $25,000 worth of merchandise. A great special CASH SALE commencing We Can Save You Money Washington, FURNITURE CO. HICKMAN (InoorperaUd) E. E. REEVES, Manager with & Reasons for Safety If you've ohneen something honored aa a feature of your name Emulate the people Meted In the mighty role of fame. Darwin didn't uae the subway when ha had to go downtown; I'haraoh did not play euchre, yet ha wore a royal crown: Hugo drank no Ice cream eoda, never wore a made-utie; Bhakeepeare wrote hla ptaya In fraa hand, no typewriter would he buy: Yet theee men are luted with the truly, truly great. And, my child, they are tha people that you ought to emulate. p to-d- THE HICKMAN BANK Capital of Surplus Fund Mas $50,000.00 15.000.00 Making n total of - $65,000.00 mar- which stands, not ns the total security, but as the gin of security protecting our depositors. Theae are they whoee namea are graven in me cnaaei oi lame. And of couree they have the secret , make your waya and their tha same. Saturday, April 9th, and Closing Saturday, April 16th, 1910 Be careful how you make your purchase elsewhere. Wait for this great sale. Every dollar of thli must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STATE bank, operated under the strict banking lavs of Kentucky. At least four sworn reports are 'made each year. Its funds are protected by a modern Durglar Proof Steel Safe and Vault, and are Insured against and sneak thieves. NAYLOR MERCANTILE CO. Woman' work la never done, but most man'a work Is only b&lf don. while Once In you a man wbo serins to wish that be could wear jeweled combs In hla whiskers. burglary Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discbarge of their duties. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservative management, assure the patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential of a good bank. ie SILVER ROSE, No. 1474. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Invents a The man who string (or women's shoes is wasting his time. d One of the great evlU or coffee drinking Is the way a man talks continually about having stopped It. zziWE SELL Lettuce U cooling. To get the best resulu, (an yourself with It. Most of us think that the man who two-cestamp he has borrowed Is as finicky as the one wbo two cents (or one we "borrow." returns a ts LUMBER CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY Pen and Ink. The pen It la a in.de wand That dtivee the eordld world away And call, up ecenea from far beyond hill, of day. The It wave and lo, another world. la bid arlss A wonder-worlWhere fancy'a banners are unfurled And tested against the laughing aklea. pri.on-hou.lne The Ink It la a magic pool Wherein the future and the past. And sage and soldier, king and faol Await the rouslnr bugle blast; And we may bend above and look And work our necromance alone Until In written page, or book, The, hidden thing become our own. And yet and yet the wand we clutch: W whisper spell of golden sooth; The pool we gate In overmuch And It Is dull and dead. In truth. The world of fancy blurs and fades And vanishes all tremulous And mocking In Its lights and shades The world we hae cornea back to uat Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs. Jennie McClure, Plaintiff, Mrs. Lou Harper, etc., DefendEquity. ant. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho January term, thereof, 1908, In the above cause, for tho sum of Eighty-fiv- e Dollars with intorest at the rato of C per cent per annum from the 24th day of January 1003, until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer (or salo at tho Court Houso door in Hickman, KenSilver lloso Is a beautiful black tucky to tho highest bidder, at PUBroan Saddle Stallion, 15 lmnJs mid 3 LIC AUCTION, on the 11th day of April, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or Inches high, weighs 1100 pounds, 7 years old; and comes of one of tho thereabout (being County Court day), best saddle strains lu tho country comblultig tho noted Denmark and Hose blood. Ho has plenty of style, good action and disposition, and goes all tho gaits In an easy Kniceful man Full pedigree on application. tier. upon a credit of six months tho following described property, Tho SW quarter of Sec. 25 T. 1, It. 5, West, 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 the sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of salo until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment Biddera will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R. MILNE It,' Com. to-w- Thirsty T HBO It whn' you a W. A. DODDS F. E. Silver lloso will make tho season of 1910 at tho following places; On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of each week he will bo at John Mo Finland's (arm In Mississippi county, Missouri, neur James llayou bridge; ull other duys ut the stables of W. A. lliusbuw, Vi mile south of Hickman, Ky on Troy Hoad. TEltMS: 20 to Spring Painting r.OOD TNu. When you make up your mind to do some painting remember that it costs as much to put on an inferior paint as it does standard brands. Insure . Of Course, HINSHAW McFARLAND. CASE & SON Miss LAicy .Davis Hayes, grand daughter of Jeff. Dtivls, will bo chief sponsor at tho Mobllo Reunion of Confederate veterans next month. Tho N. C. & St. L. Unllrond peoplo have n pllo driver nnd crew hero putting lu now piling under tho trestle "And Is your milk pasteurised T" very danasks the prospective customer of the above town, which was lu u gerous condition owing to the caving dairyman, "Sure," he replies. "My boys pas bunk This sumo thing bus to bo done about once a year, and it Is turlxe the cows every morulng." doubtless tho most expensive piece of Next. I nek ou tho wholo system. At lust tho cruel men ba yielded to the Inevitable, and woman had boon Sheriff JohnsQti bus promised tu given the ballot. While the women were assembled In uppolut u deputy lu this und of tho grand Jubilee .meeting the voice of county. Why ho has not done so we blare don't know. Wo do know, however, the speaker was drowned by of music that bo Hould no louger delay mak Around the corner came a band, lug this appointment. The young heading an Immense procession of sheriff 1b very popular lu Fulton dud boys and girls bearing banners la ho should heed the volco of his scribed friends wheu they ask (or protection, "Votes for Children!" Ulvu us this deputy ut once, Mr John sou. Fulton Commercial, Do you read tha Courier r m STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. GIVE US A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS AND MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TOWN l0K INTO ' You'll get good quality with greatest covering capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints are resonably priced. Sold only by HELM & ELLISON 1 fy the Courier's Want ColumiHc per word Syr- i ON EASTER SUNDAY SHORT REVIEW FOR THE DAY. OF ETIQUETTE Believes Monkeys Do Not Know Much Proper Conduct for the Holy and Di vinely Beautiful Ssbbath Undue Display of New Finery Not Appropriate for Occasion. "Ton have helped me before, and now I want to ask you something that you may think very funny. Is thero nny sort of etiquette for Raster Sun dnyj how to behavo at church nnd home, you know, becauso It Is Kastcr I nm not regular lu church-going- , but It seems to mo everybody ought to do tho right nnd pollto thing on this lovely day." So runs part of n sweet girlish let tati frnm m immIiI rt 1? ftnm t Inlrn Hn (fill i in i iv fti, nit iianu my pen, as the old fashioned writer used to say, to answer It with print There mny bo some other girls, and who somo very big boys, n well, would llko to know of proper conduct on thts holy nnd divinely beautiful 1 W.. T. Shepherd, of Ocorgc Washing-tor- i He has lihfl, n Uozqn unlydrslty. assorted monkeys caged In tho laboratory of tho university for months, trying to get from any or nil of thorn what n layman would designate a jIcam of Intelligence. Theso little, copies of the" human being were Invited to do dozens of funts such as trained animals are taught, but tho professor made no effort to compel thefi to learn them. Instinctive Imlta WXSIUNTtTOS. the monkey ling. In fcrcntlnl Imitation are not nmong Ills mental equipment. Physiologically he is closely related to the greatest mind 1ho world has ever, known, but that Is In his where the wise hint) atops drawing of parallels. SmcIi are the conclusions of ,Prof. ifxtheyjhad had anyjroasonlng power thy would havo been ablo to figure orft a way of doing tho desired stunts without any further, assistance from 'him. Hut not ono .showed what to the professor would be evidence of the reasoning power. Not ono showed capacity to watch th6 professor do a certain thing and then do It himself because he liked therresult, Not one of them, for Instance, was able to trip the lever' that released a peanut, although tho, professor showed them often how to do It. All, .however, 'hold forth dirty pawr begging- - for the peanut. Not one even made what the men who study mental phenomena Holraply made conditions such that call a trial In error. Tho professor la satisfied that tho monkeys havo no memory of things in the souse that, they nro ablo to call up, a, .picture, .Vlnce, person .or thing. Thero Is no question that they nro ablo to recall having seen n person when that person stands before them. In other words, they are tho equal of any of the domestic animals In that respect. He can not even subscrlbo to tho Darwin belief that they hnvo Imagination, such as Darwin thought dogs have becauso of tlio cvldcnco beforo him that dogs dream In much tho Bamo way that human beings do. Professor Shepherd did not enter upon the experiments with a view to establishing n theory or to disprove n theory advanced by another, but simply to And out for himself the mental capacity or want of capacity of tho lumcnolds available for his work. The professor la convinced that when n monkey scratches his head, vory much as a man does when ho Is perplexed, It la no cvldcnceof..thou6ht pn,Jbe part of the monkey. His Idea Is that It Is a purely physiological phenomenon, perhaps duo to tho similarity of construction of a man, and monkey. Another thing tho professor feels warranted In saying Is that tho monkey Is not nny raoro Imitative than many other animals. He shows that , monkeys that have had a irt ithcV. .Fag.. that; evolves when they Jump on It, will contlmio to Jump on n contrivance of that kind that Js fastened so that It will not revolve, and continue to "go rthrough the motions necessary to make a propperform its proper er functions. Just as It the first trial had produced results. merry-go-roand. . merry-go-round ' Vith Kisses "Bandits" Seal Prbmise now, what wouia you can V?Tcll me, And In that way Clerk Harper, listening 'attentively, knew .that" the boy had pleaded guilty. Each of them did, or that matter. Tho Judge ordered the mlddlc-slzc- d youngster to step around and klas his mother and ask her to forgive him. and to understand that ho would "never; never do It again, and would hava, nothing to do .with tho Dirty Dozen. d hlra?" The blggest'boy's words: "A thief." lips, framed ' the WASHINGTON'S "Dirty Dozen" haa IT been reduced by three. Judge De Lacr did It when he bade three very small boys, accused of stealing clgarsr pipes, milk and bread, to kiss weir parents and promise nover, never, never again to try to emulate the Iforty Thieves or any other bad people nnd to turn back to tho owners of ,ye property three dollars and some cents o compensate for' the loss: H . "And remember," said the Judge, ""keep away from tho gang you call the.iDIrty Dozen, If Jyou must have a gang, make up ono of good companions, who will teach you something that will do you some good." Judge Do Lacy has a way of making a boy tell him Just what the boy Is when he has taken anything that does not 'belong to him. "Now, what would you call the boy who took a watch of yours and didn't iglve It back?" The biggest boy hung his head and twsted his cap and wanted to sink ithrough the floor. ---- ' ' boy sulked. The The middle-sizespirit of the proud rover of the Spanish main told him that to kiss a woman In court, even his mother, was a puerile thing to do. "Kiss me," whispered the mother. The boy still stood debating wlta himself. "Do you want to go to tho reform school!" thundered the Judge. And then the proud rover of the Spanish main turned and fled, and tho erstwhile dirty digit became his mother's little boy again, and was caught In a loving pair of arms, and tears ran down the faces of tho boy and his mother and several other women who were In court. And the othor dirty two had to kiss their fathers, that the ends of Justice might bo met. Sabbath. Etiquette for Easier Sunday! Ah mo, how ninny sermons might be writ ten on the subject, for when Is there a moment for more scrupulous The book of mcro polltoncss may not say much about It Indeed. I am sorry to say, cut and dried po liteness raroly touch upon the holler things, nut upon tho four walls of the church which Is so solemnly and Jubilantly chanting Its praises to Ood for everlasting llfo Is written In let ten of dcnthless Are all the sublime meaning of Easter. To tho heart and mind. too. that can see at all there Is all tho world rejoicing for tho one thing that tho tomb of Joseph of Arlmathca has given up Its dead. Etiquette for Easter Sunday T Ah, It be gins with some faith In this great story; or else In a beautiful, even rev erential respect for nil those who have It. It continues with gratitude for the new life that Is shown in field and tree. In a freshened heart for all earth; In a love that strives to forget self In all the little dealings, at home and abroad, with mere existence. The disgruntled heart and sour countenance, then, have no place with Easter Joy any more than has the willful conduct that mocks at a neighbor's piety. Granted wo are sometimes denied faith, common sense, the mere fire of spring, will tell us that we have much to rejoice for. The garment of earth haa been mado the winter-lockeover bud and leaf nro near to tell us. too, that old fears may pass. And lovely music and resplendent flowers of the churches are telling us more; that there must be something tn a story that loses no whit of Its sub lime beauty after two thousand years, So much for the conduct of, the heart nnd mind on Easter Sunday. II ut If wo cannot tune our spirit to the diviner appeal, let us at least con sider tho common decencies. It is tho height of bad taste to allow the tinkling of profano piano tunes as all music not sacred Is In a church-goinneighborhood on Easter Sunday. And tho man or woman who goes to divine service only on this day, and entirely for tho purpose of hearing the fine music, and seeing tho flowers and fashions, must be very careful of bis or her conduct In tho house of prayer. It Is customary for members to wait until an usher comes forward to seat them; for non-churc- h ' This revent servative ment may seem Incompatible with piety on the part of tho church members, but theso persons may hhvb ln vltod friends to thblr pews, and tho prcsenco of strangers coming ahead of these would doubtless cause cousld erablo embarrassment later on. Likewise a rldlcullnus dlsplaynl of now finery comes Into tho question, and so to thoso who fancy that Hauler Sunday Is only for tho display of fine millinery, let me say that persons of good taste make a point of rather quiet rhurch gowns on this dny. There may bd something new Indeed, tho moment seems to call for It but no hats which obstruct tho view of others nro worn, whllo tho genernl get-usuggests rnthor a quiet richness than tho Intcst rnodn. In tho Episcopal church It la proper for member to offer tho stranger n prayer book oxn at tho servlco, and for tho recipient to endeavor to follow tho rcndlngs nnd prayers with the proper responses. In a Catholic church tho stranger must kneel with all tho others with tho elevation of the host, and likewise try to follow the rest of tho servlco. To wait only for tho musical part of tho servlco and rush from lh church Immediately- before the rotloo-tlowill signify only one thing to the scandalized onlooker the stranger Is too stingy to pay Ood anything for the rndlant moment that they havo Aa to the Eaitor collection, It Is generally taken up for a churoh debt, and as tho stranger has drunk In somo of that burdened temple's dearest sweetness why not py for It Just as he or she would for the theater or operaT Don't be mean then with your tltho when the plate comes round on Eastor Sunday, for It you do nothing else you will at least pay your p n t thoy nsun.o the rlRhflli rfoJf thein selves, they mny ho obnntlous to con- WAS FIRST' PIONEER ENQLIOHMAN DISCOVERED IN CALIFORNIA, GOLD HAVE YOU TWEOtJ Simple nders wn 'Thl. i... beeni for r :.",mwen -- ' " U hv. . docton for una "" Pree . rth.. . Olid ). ,.. '"v Sommandsr of British Warship Turned p. comnntin mm Of CTfVtol Plrat and Reasoned That Soil of rhlakey i Ingredients California Mutt Bo "Richly U, TakeatsVi iui or ttilt nature b ' Auriferous." r Sarssparllla Mot onr. n,.R. eomno .m "r .... i' t . - ti Th"".wcJ ::.vM ww' " i , ''oil A scarce book, which I thought to bo tho first In English to glvo an account of the discovery of gold In ha been discovered. It Is alto in account of the exploits of Capt. fJeorgo Hhelvocke, ono of tho most notorious pirates of his time. Tho title I "A Voyage Hound tho World, by Way of tho (Irent S n. Per formed In u Plrnto Expedition During the War Which Jtroke Out with Spain In tho lenr I, IS Hhelvocke entered lh'u llrlttsh navy tef6ro ICOtf. nnd Is snld lo have served under Itenbow When tho War with Bpaltl began two vessels that wcro fitted out to cruise against the enemy wero put under tho command, respectively, of John dlpperton and Sh'clvocko. Cllpperton had the larger ship, tho Succoss. Tho Speedwell, which Bhclrocke commanded, was of 31 guns and 100 men. He conceived n grudgo Call-fornl- and nt bed bofnrn ii.ilng ho drugglttt hern havo hern tinl 'h"-- flrt dlay uonrt M.mv it i i ititi nr will qtllIrVly wholesale boui It L, - , atuail 11 Kill AERE NO TROLLEY CARS THEN way. Again. If tho stranger has received dear comfort from the service, It Is quite In the books to write the officiating clergyman a letter of thanks aft erwards. when. If ho charity can be afforded, It would be tho right and sweet thing to encloso a bill comfort ably big for the good gentleinan'i poor. After the service the non-me- ber should Immediately lesvo the church, for. tbo little while that inter-vene-s between the benediction and the communion service Is spent generally by th devout In prayer, and so loitering. and talking, with friends In the vestibule would be a very great nuisance. Concerning any talk and other social Interchange, the church l not the at place for It, so to bow whisper at length to a dldtanc-r'd- r somebody In the pew even about tho beauty of tho flower or music Is deflection from taste, and conduct that may call down the reproof of somo stem and pious old vestryman who has been looking on. In fact, church etlquettn for Eastor Sunday, whero tho stranger U concerned, consists chiefly In doing noth ing which would make you conspicu ous or a nutsanco to other. For the rest, a llttlo genuine reverence Is something that costs nothing nnd Is always In keeping with taste; so It this has hitherto bean lacking, try listening with a new heart to the tri umphant songs of this moil Joyous of all Sabbath. against Cllpperton, and, tnklng advantage of a gale of wind a few days after their departure from England, sepa rated from the Success, and did not fall In with her again for nearly two yearn, He hoisted an ambiguous ensign upon meeting a Portuguese vessel ner the coast of llrazll, which mado her captain believe Hhelvocku was a pirate, and led to his paying as ransom a largr sum of money and a quantity of valuable merchandise. Shelvocko sntled along tho coast of Chile, capturing prlica and sacking and burning Payta. Then, to escape Spanish ship of war, ho made for the Island of Juan Eurnandei, where hi vessel was wrecked. Krom the remains of the Speedwell they built a small vessel of 20 tons, captured a Spanish ship of 200 tons burden, sent the crow off In the little bark, and then made the Isle of Quito, where they fell In with Cllpperton' vessel. the Success, but again separated. Hhelvocke then captured at Hon son ate the Santa Kamllla of 300 tons, and when Informed that peace had been concluded, hurriedly put to sea with hit prize. On May 16, 1721, ho captured another ship laden with stores and having on board moro than $100,-00tn coin. Ho sailed north to California, no ting that Its soil was richly auriferous nnd .that probably "tho country abounds In metals of all sorts." He thus mentioned the gold of California 120 year before Its modern discovery. 7,000 for It was sabl that he mado himself out of tho "Voyage." On ar Abel Strlncbani uramn line, yours. Playwrlcht-Y- ou I ir sre i -- . . I 1 mcntary. iur innance. mat ia mo iniru an Abel Strlnchstn .. .... Vnt - . inn trolley car Mclj(,J "'iI l A Conization. A young woman Lo kd the habit of spending h- r t - -a hill village of (Vr r- - entlj k. J ., J a cllJ store. 'How's your wife, Mr Crwa' iJ quired tuo young w..rci fm. ,,T ny. uon t you xnn u.i trl ureen. I lost her lline mrmt'-.- ip" Oh, tald Hie tliockrd rosnr e an, "I didn't knew teg ti don, Mr. Rreen, fur to lU-.less. "Well," said the tU ower soothingly It bid u might hive been. I e w tv4 UlH encountered a rural u,K' Uf u tr iii iam : - - i May Makt Convtntt Into Simteriil Efforts are bring made la L'.lrirj to abnllth the nunrnnii conu'.rrln and convents of the (Intk CViotl church and to uro their tn..,dbp u revenues for the ttU.ifcmcat icJ maintenance of tubrrcloili uuto glrro 104,0(1 King Eerdlnand b franca for the eree'lon of i utk The death rtl foa U anatorlum. bcrculcMlt In llulcarla li m; bid being 31 for every 1CM I ilez An Honeit Pellet-nan- . ming In London ho was arretted on Judge What It tbo ifcur r two charges of piracy, but was ac this man, officer Policeman Thrre la't to, !: quitted fur wnnt of legal evidence. d. I and I irml honor; business He was also charged by the owners fd him Jutt to krrp nj land ia. of tho Speedwell with defrauding tbm. but escaped from the king's For Headachi Try Hleki' Opuf-- d r" bench prison and fled the country. tVhlh.r frm C "Jr.. I' tr-- j - Vi I lroubk Tho tlmo nnd place of his death are Krrvou by ip'i"n .' rttlfvnl ' Inr. 1 unknown. nt to nU (do tk Mr at r IT-- - 1 B t Proper Bookplates a "Hoe Down" President and Speaker in fancy steps were oven. The IV r honors of danclnc followed tho dinner. The dinner ended, tho company went Co the cast room, which boast nn niniiln and smooth dancing floor. An orchestra played a gentlo walls and the president led off with Mrs. Jnaenh H. Calm's, wife of tho repre sentative from West Virginia. The speaker, with Miss Laughlln, a sister and politically the dinner of Mrs. Taft. glided out on tho pol SOCIALLY Speaker Cannon at the Ished floor In tbo wake of his chief. White House recently marked some- Then the dnrico was on. thing of an epoch, for not before In In the, Intermission, however, when many years has a president enter- tho orchestra.' Struck up a lively tuno, tained In honor of the speaker of tbo Uncle Joe stepped "hrlskly Into the Speaker rolddlo of the room and brought bis Iiouso of representatives. Cannon was never entertained at the heels togqtber sharply. Thero was a Wblto House with an exclusive official ...ulpi. nt vlnvMl tmnrifl nml vnlrea function during all of the seven years called encouragingly to tho guest of of. President Itoosovelt's occupancy, nor.or. k in, a moniem iuu and no previous affair has been given heels were swinging In a brilliant highland fling. In his honor by President Toft. "Excellent, eh?" he called, exulting About fifty guests, nearly all of something of whom were senators and members' of ly to Mr. Taft. "I was I was a jroungster." the house, accompanied by th.olr a dancer when For nnswor the wlcs, looked on and applauded when smilingly forward, president steppod and thoso who speaker tempted President Taft t were present say the two executed I tti n test of terpslchorean agility in "hoe Iloth stopped, cant- several steDS of an Let us plead In 'favor of the book t . ? east room. ing, when the trial was ended; but down" that delighted every ono. Uoth plato for all collectors of a library, no they finished matter how limited In size. No ono Jtho opinion was unanimous that tho wcro puffing when can tell to what proportion his bookshelves may expand under the care and protection that tho bookplate Imfin a rhriln. plies. Given a name In evory book a When the bolo was bored Peterson plate with name and date remembered tho law relative to muti pastcd-llating coins. Ho searched bis con the volume Is necessarily regarded ftrtnnrn and found himself to bo a law with moro fondness by Its owner, and breaker. It Is probable that ho had In Is lojs likely to remain In tome bormlmi Hio nnwer of the urcsldent of rower's bookcase. The bookplato at Its slinplost Is tho United States to pardon offenders ngannt th law when be, wroto the within tho reach of all. Tho elaborate' penny following letter, Inclosing the penny, and altogether. artistic effectthe Lincoln A. MUTILATED WbJte finished product may be an. Impossiwelshed on tho mind of Patrick1 which was received at tho bility .to. many Don't, wait for this. 1'etl-rsoof Uuxton, la., to such an ex- Iiouso: "Pr.iolHnnt Tnft. Wnnhlneton. D. C.l Consider. It If yon know anartUt; 01 he ha written a letter, lu tent that tjq,.youngor Illustrators will do, the Taft. nii.l.. a nit nnu rpnt which I borod a re Jrd to. the olrr to n, tuuijimuitiuij iow ruie shining now iicnuy made a great liolo' In and feel very" drry for It worn ai The and ho Uoclded to Hoping you will forgive 1110. lourt n few dollars. The cut and a first hit with Patrick, 500 pasters will not bo exorbitant at ia. make x lucky pleco of It. So ho bored ruly, Patrick Petoraon, uuxton,you.j:nu iniall prlutt'rv "P S. Hoping to bear from jt bole through the penny to hang ti siH-un-- Conscience Stricken, Appeals to Taft eral domesticated mallard ducks that answer to their names when called, a colt with live legs, a green parrot and a bull terrier that has been trained to do the family marketing. Tho other day the goat carelrstly V. A wandered Into tho domain of tho bear. Scattered goat hair are still being picked up In tho neighborhood, and the bear Is nursing a tender stomach and back, where he was badly butted. Hut tho parrot capped tho climax A clorgyman wns passing, Sudden ly the parrot, which was being aired, broke out witht go to "Say, yuu go !' "Madam, aro you addressing mo" navHl '7aTta-UHI-i asked tho startled cTcrgyman. turning woman who had tho bird In to tho charge. Tho bookplate Is final. It goes Into Then ho saw the bird; his faco got nil of your books for all time. It Is mado seen by you and by many, and It' by tied, he lifted his hat, walkedthe stillest on down kind of a bow, and far more satisfactory to make your- tbe street. Chicago Journal. fA'TAnn-IAtUlOrttr-- l self a tracing of some slinplo scroll or book or shield tbau to own the mmm Making Sparrows Into Canaries, fceblo effort of a dubious draftsman. Somo strnngo way of "raising the Mnny are tbo designs to be cod Hair-Hea- lt ted from Interesting volumes on Illus- wind" nro adopted, nnd tho following caso Is certainly one of them. One trations. There nro wreaths, books, candles, torches, lantorns, old lamps, day recently a detective noticed two .lurl Color ..d each with Its own significance. There men named Hall and Franklin, ondenv- li,.. K.ui. " CDC n Hoiil.i It Mu CT i , Is nlso tbu knocker, which U good; orlng to sell what appeared to bo flno gold finch tn tho street at King's nnd tbo doorway, which Is better, for Phil. Il.r Smo. Cr NJ1Suggestions are bore shown for the Cross, I,ondon, nsklng inclosing, within certain lines, of the tho songster. When ho spoke to Hall design you may chooso. Tho circular (ho latter threw tho bird Into (ho air, scroll or shield needs no lino about It but tho bird killed Itself by flying Into Tho leaf and the scroll requires a a shop nnd was picked up by tho olll squura Inclosuro as a dollnlto sUufoi cer. "It wns actually n greenfinch, worth tho plato, and tbo owl and book (sym bol of wisdom and knowledge) Is vnt 5d.," said tho detccllvu nt tho police ly Improved by tbo ova) lines, which court, when Hall and Ktanklln won HriHt Cnrn, M"'11 . . ."! 1 "'l remanded on a charge of loitering weru druwn around tho edgu of 1 r WJ 1 pockets were full of color used rrJ.Mulr. W "Hull's ,,u cup. nd sparrows Into canaries, and lioum on 1. O i to convert Tbo bookplate should nlways pro C,nt Street, MomPh"'1 ho also hid some ochro, which he vldo ample spacu fur printed or writ Coll used to bronze birds' head llko those ten nama and smallor space for a date, otherwise it will havo defeated It of mulu canaries." on 's?u, t (3J It's difficult to con Chicago's Private "Zoo." that other woc.rn s'e ti rodutitl Chicago's unofficial zoo. Just oil Iblnk tber re Orand boulevard, out on, tho south want her to Ide. la again attracting attention. Among tho exhibit are a black bear. DON'T NEGLECT I a Hocky mountain gont, a rolllo that YOUR KIDNElS mother a small malteso kitten, sev 1 to; menu - mM Hay's 'MemiJiisDIrccH t- "l JOHNWADEfiSOj 1 . own end. The plainest bookplato you havo sue-ccoded n tracing or drawing, may bt Nils .. - i A tskyn through 'Pre-Mdei- $ - und priming, or ym mar true? euch one upon. the sluull'plec Dl parchment which ypq'haye cut tbi deiircu snapq wa size ana ink It In buoknlatn li The actual hand-madnot to bo despised, ulthough It In ' viAvttu ti rtrttifc.lilfirn tilt ammmi n 1. .. 1 1 the regular process oi No Friend of Hers. MlntrasH When I cnaaKCd you. Lu r.lnda, you said you had no male friends, Now, almost every itpio I come Into tho kitchen I rind a man thore, Luclnda Lor sakos, ha am no male 'ren' ob initio. MUlt-f.H- i Then who la beT Luclnda Ma husband. llouicwlfc .. fourruu-"'",J- furuur irnr . ..... . Hf-1 -, i - nta"- iff THE COMBINATION tUtilwUK'"-''- T ' -UN ' u llllt lirHJU i ' I MEMPHIS BEBC0llE6E'S; GREAT LOVE STORIES OF HISTORY NAPOLEON story of .Von: J Montljo ft iae Frenchmen I sjifnturcr and ir.r tbc-n- c A SKELETON ONCE ON A TIME New Mn. I. A. Decker of Clyde, Ky., Says She it Well and Happy, Through Taking CardYi. "MAW'S" RECIPE FOR PEACE Simple and Direct Method by Which Quarreling Was Discouraged In Her Houaehold. By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE III AND EUGENIE Napoleon HI. and her on tho balcony, ho called out? tins been called "How can I rench you?" "the romnnco of "Through tho church, only, aire," an adventuress." waa tho glrl't laughing retort. to ho ,ft,,rr ,crm At nnother tlmo ho placed a crown ti m wor,,t on t0 of flowera on her head. inh to uPPlr "n " HI. merited tbo Jvifiil? rot Napoleon "I would prefer n heavier crown -- and fur worse, uil cl adventurer than thla," tho auggeated. (Nape Vrtea Napoleon ",0 Oront At court aho lnjj r.s crushed and tho old Hour. loft. At lengthwaa anubbed toright and aho camo tho emswayed onco more a moro or tcaa peror In teara, declaring alio could rtisff thrr onduro hla courtlera' Inaulta no longer ,,,,,, clamored tint Inr'r "mttho nonapartea. for and that ahe waa going to leave Parla ra'i.mof Uir! forever. Thla move brought Napoleon , mImbi nrt of kin, In to terma, He naked her to marry him. h's no phew, Iwls Napoleon, ,u Kugcnte, referred him to Napoleon III., and twin 1st: 7 aa Thla conaont, f(M'g a" "Napoleon, the her mother for conacnt. I! It naturally, waa caay to obtain; and NaHp max a sensationalist, n poleon Informed hla mlnlatry of his cbarlalan.a man whoso jootf liarkt rcr bo rolled 6n. Time approaching mnrrlagc. In dlaguat hla Torir.:J advlaora realgned. Hut, by apccloua nian he wade aK!n. " 1 to per-(il- l nrgumcnta, he won the nation over to useless effort rtifcaL to nccept him nt Kb hla vlewa and In January, 1853, mado KTnc Eugenlo hla wlfo and emproaa of tho - i( was lauRhed at na n falluro rj(French. Sho waa 27; 4(. Jj v. e was thrown Into Jail. l.ater royal famlllea avoided ho couple,Other with the itrKsrr-- 13 England, whoro ho was the exception of Queen Victoria, whoae o poor that ho was clad t" i:rt frlvndahlp Kugcnlo rrt a Job aa apeclal policeman. young, empreaa lifted noon won, Tha ta her court to H, criffil to America, taught school helghta of gayety and act tho In Now Jorsy faahlona for all Europe. Hho olio gnvo An Emperor nDj KOt New Jersey. ,l)0i ncnr norden-tit- , largely to charity and visited tho J, for shooting a farm plague hoapltala. In Hefore long aho be politics and to Inurlili-l- i rv n tut mlatnnlr- gan to dabblo v. tt .i n " ' At lnit he waa allowed fluenco Napoleon to diplomatic blundcr a r:' Ulcctcd to the ers that led to hla final downfall. n ') Franco. to ff A aon Napoleon Eugene Ixmla (tho si a:3rmbly ho wriggled and tit utta'i h's way to the prealdvncy of "Prince Imperial") was born to tho Then, violating couple. Franco rejoiced. Hut aorau tit rrrr. h republic that no French Hi ci'.j aa pri'ildcnt and causing: hla hlatorlan obaerved king's aon, In pirii ' commit wholeaalo slaughter Downfall of moro than two It hid himself declared ornperor, In the Empire. centuries, 1152, bad ni:r tho tlUo of Napoleon III. Wat- -; ? waa built upon a tissue of lived to mount hla father's throne, tn and aa soaked In tho bl(xd of "Napoleon tho Little" continued utter Ut-- tot people It could not endure. ly under hla wife's Influence, Onco when ho looked about (according to Malmeabury) when aho .Vifclrcn III ! i w '.t quickly learned that other waa dangeroualy 111, "for 16 boura tha ttrof n rulcra had no faith In him emporor cried and sobbed without The "empreaa' party" In prnnanoncy. For ceaalng. or la hla empire's 180 brought on the disastrous war U ecuM find no princess who would rxMCt to marry him. It waa about with Pruaala, which coat Napoleon HI, Tho empreaa called this till time tint he fell completely under hla crown, conflict, "My war." When tho down RjtGie'a Influence. Earrnle waa the daughter nf an lm. fall came ahe at flrat thought to tho furious Parlalana by riding Spanish nobleman and a K'frlihi-Hut kc'.cJwoman. fitio grew to be ona of through the streeta In black. tti noit beautiful of women, When Among all her 300 magnificent gowns Lssls became emperor he mot no one black drcsa could be found. An t.ffdf much moro often than American dentist, Dr. Evana, helped him-sta- " her eacapo to England, after tho col Man and apeedlly found aa madly In lore with her lapao of the empire. Thero her son and u bit alngKlab, crafty tempera.-an- t buabnnd Joined her. Napoleon III. onM permit Hut Kuf.fO.le hold died aoon afterward: and In 1879 tha prince Imperial waa killed In Zululand. tb at srin'i length. She had no of bfcomlng a morganatic wife Uvea on, loneTho agod tit Mm. nttherbort. 8ho meant to ly, heartbroken. In England, some- tilt beraelf empreaa. Umoa stealing back to Pans to gate Ote day alio waa leaning from on tho acene where onco sho reigned Wconr aa the emperor rode paat. supreme, and whero she Is now all but Wig btr there nnd wlthlng to Join, forgotten. auccc-salonnlcV-itcfwell-trained jtr "No'm," anld old Mammy Collier, "I ain't never had no trouhlo brlngln' up my fombly o' eight gals. "Mnh gala wna good gala till dey get goln' wld them sassy beaua. Then you They couldn't git along wlf 'cm. Wa'n't antlflcd to qtinrrcl wlf me, but Clyde, Ky. "I enn safely recommend dey had to go an' get married an' Cardul, the woman's tonic, to any lady quarrel wlf dcre husbands. who Is In need of medicine," writes "Now, I never atan' no such doln's, an' I tell 'cm so. Mrs, I. A. Decker, of this place. "I says: 'Now, sfiIs, you knows best "It hna been very beneficial to me and I can any that there Is nothing what my principalities Is. You knows Jest how I'so tried to bring you up! llko It for weak women. an' you knows Jest bow pcac'ful I al"For five years I was not ablo to do ways lives wit your paw. Mo an' him my work. Half of my tlmo I spent In never hnd no quarrclln'. I never exbed. I suffered with female weakness cuses It nor encourages It. When the and took such nervous spells I could old man would kinder fcrglt hlsself not stand on my feet I suffered with an' go to glvln' me back talk, I'd Jest my back and side, and fell off till I be- pick up tho lamp or somotbln' hnndy and throw It ot him. He knew dat camo a skeleton. "At last I took Cardul and now I nm was a 'qulvocatlon for blm to keep welt and happy and can do my own still, so we never had no trouble.' "I tell my gals, an' I toll 'era dey work." muBt manage to live peaceful, same as Cardul Is prepared from the natural tbelr mnw did." Illustrated Sunday plant, not from mineral, synthetic com- Magazlno of tho lxs Angeles Herald. pounds, and contains no coal tnr prodA WONDERFUL CHANGE. ucts or other results of laboratory ex- CASTORIA ft Tor Infant tnd OhMnn Tha Kiiiil You Have CENT Awtfetabtc Preparation for As simitating rheFoadanrfRcgufa-lin- g the Stomachs and Bowels of ALCOHOL-aVE- Always Bought, R Sears the Signature 1 Promotes Digcslion,CheerfuI-nes- s and Rest Contains neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral NOT NATIC OTIC iftrjbe- ro M DtSAftvumorsK - i i Yjr.T In Ancrfecl Rcmedv PorConslIpa periments. Tbo Cardul Ingredients aro Imported at great expense directly from abroad and bava been used for nearly half a century In tho manufacturo of this famous tonic mcdlclno for women. 8nfe, reliable, prompt, yet gentlo In action, by preventing unnecessary pain nnd building up strength, Cardul has shown Itself n necessary remedy for weak women. Try it. From Dally Wretchedness and Pain to Normal Health. Mrs. it. ft t;tey 2"' lion . Sour SIomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions .Fevxrish-ncs- s and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature Use For Over of l says: . It. Crousc, Manchester, la., "For two years my back was weak. Itbeumntlc pains racked my lower limbs, day n and night. Tho of tho kidneys was Tux Centaur Company, Thirty Years NEW YORK. I Write lot. I.adlra' Adttaorr Dtp! ChallHnnoKH Mrdlrln- - Co, Trail., far Nprrlal Inalmrllnna, ad honk, "llnmr Trralmral for Womii," arnt la plain nmpprr, on .V. II Clial-lanooOt-p- ar at. -- -- COULDN'T SPEAK. annoylngly Irregular. When I started using Doan's Kidney Pills, theso troubles soon lessened nnd tho dull backache vanished. The kidneys now act normally and I give Doan's Kidney Mils credit for this wonierful change." ,. Ilcmeraber the namq Doan's. For aalo by all dealers. CO cents a box. Co, Hijffalo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn Guaranteed under the Foodanj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA vm etsrraim awaMsir, sa. raaa arrr. ' They never apeak as they pais by, They both keep mum; No need to ak the reason why They're deaf and dumb. a FOR THE SKlFAND SCALP Fighting Disease 'In Greece. Consul General Georga Horton, has mnde n report from Athens on the conspicuous work of Greek physicians In combating the country's chief scourges malarial fever and tuberculosis, An annual average ot 2,000 persons die each year from the former, while in epidemic years, due to excesslvo rains, the number exceeds C,000, which was the case In 19Q5. The population of Greece is 2,433,800. The people have been Interested through lectures, pamphlets, etc, to fight the malaria-carryinmosquito by draining stagnant ponds nnd throwing petroleum on them. A tuberculosis congress will be held In Athens next year, to which will be Invited not "only physicians, but all the mayors and other prominent people of Greece. MlnA rl ID ETC GET A AXLE ..GREASE , imvn 25c BOX onuoaiBTSi ALL is jhe tiTrning.point to economy in wear and tear of wagons. Try a box. Every dealereverywhere--. I STANDARD OIL. CO. tjocoriKiraieu; EASY W I ISaaiW ATISM, STOMACH CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, RHEUM AND LIVER COMPLAINT i V SURE TO ACT A. BETTER THAN H. ICWIS MtQICINS PILLS FOR LIVER COH SIT. ILLS LOUIS. MO. SAM Tilt li w In ft HOUSTON AND ELIZA ALLEN lorn ntnrv with n atran 1 'oadrcaa art of tho wllderneaa. Vhen r Of limli. m, II.,., .Inn visa fin Houaton. nlnnoor nml inn nf a ttaiw, had been Intended for a toNkwper He had n aoul for nnd loathed mercantile life. So U a bot h ran awav In Inn In. aa adopted br them, and rcrd from tho tribesmen nil tho aya'.ery nnd will never bo . . uunurcu zueasea navo ueen In explanation of Its hidden tlut the full truth remains lortter In the graves of tho man nnd maa bo enacted the Unusual little . h.n a 1 !. rtcxlcu courage that won liliif many .. . '.t -- " -- - uuin m law . tontraman, nnd,'" within to me Kovernarahtn 'inn vnr .wni. na roan ratunir in tie. lrUia tunnel aiioruor fM nine nf .Ti'iini-a- . Ulntm tQ'Jthftaif rMtit A ....u.v rwiiim IV BIIHI.I1 .. . no wbs ijih iiioi or. inn . . i tt. Jacksou who never forgot ... - Man of ""ll"y- -- cturnrv ,. naair i " "i nach, Tlio world was nt hla "t to rto hU bidding. Not llur'lcle lr Amerlcn had rroapecta than 8am Houaton. apoken -- f na n, Man of came the lore nffalr that "d bis whole life. ,rllllnn. . . ...... frl,n1w" young, handaouio, 11 " fh.. "r H?1 ,16 WB Mtcn met uaugnxer of a rich Nashville u Alien was local aoclnl t hiiu ns t vi nnvnAiKiaiiiin.1 uia4 jiart or Tennessee. Hous-fiMi1'1."' d,roct. honest,, waa quite by tho bItYu .lI.lln- - rliann , vTvainn nk nunll . .1 aft Rrnor of Tcnneaae Mlsa Ellin Allen, thii .. nr urm ..... to Vounr ulntuynum. Koverned tho atato. Yet. ih. oi moro man one or (t ... '"enda, hu list K and BOOn becamo en- ;a lo hint, llHh(r mi.. .. . n7"u or merely saw how splendid ""are scemn.i in u w no uciuru uiui, is l (bo iwn At ntlV IHIU ann . U a.a.1 .C .11 t m II ,m,a ' cb Impoalnt: cerenionlea 4 111 " 'bo sturdy in hn r i- .- ....i.i aa the Uttlo frontier city could mus ter, with so lovely and ambitious a wife, people predicted that Houston's star would rlso to uncqualed height. Then something happened. Noono knows what Hut ahortly after tho wedding the wholo atato waa scandal Izcd tq learn that brldo and groom bad aeparated. Not aa tho result of a petty lovcr'a quarrel that could be readily patched up but that they had parted forever. Neither Houston nor his wife would tell what had caused the sudden break In their supposedly happy relationship. Hut whllo tho brldo returned to ber father's houae. Houaton resigned hla governorship. gave up his hard won honors and gold rn prospects, nnd left Tennessee, ills' friends argued, pleaded nnd stormed In vain, He waa set on throwing away his future and would not tell oven his moat Intlmato friends why ho did so, The secret of Houston's separation from his wlfo remained a mystery, and remains so to this day. That tho cause waa terribly serloua may bo Judged by the fact Decomea an that ho not only Indian. abandoned h I a career, but turned his back on. civiliza tion na well. Journeying to Arkansas, bo Joined the Cherokee Indians, don nlng pnlnt and blanket, living among tho snvngvs for years as u membor of their trlbo nnd refusing to go back to his own peoplu or to regard himself as anything but an Indian. Yet to Houston's parting from his wife tho United Stutes owes the annexation of Toxns, For In tlmo Houston left the Indians and plunged Into the warfare tho American settlors were waging ta wreat Toxna from Mexico. He freed Texas and tnndo a republic, being chosen as Its first president Then ho arranged Annexation of the new republic to the United StatcB. anil waa elected governor ol tho stnto of Texas. Meantime tin had married ognln, nnd his second wedded llfo la said to have been very hnppy. Ho fought bitterly against tho secession ot his state when tho civil war began, and, for his fierce loyalty to tha union waa deposed from otllco. When tho secession of Texas was nnnouncod, ami his own son entered the confederate army. Houaton said to hla wlfo: "My heart Is broken!" Two years later be died; his last gasping word being tbo name of the beloved state ho had built up and so wisely governed, und which bad nt th tail deposed him. 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An Irritable old farmer and bis unTHE KEELEY INSTITUTE. 702 gainly, slouching-- son were busy grubbing sprouts one hot, sultry day, when Easily Explained. tho old man suddenly stumbled over "Strange," murmured the editor, stump. n small "that this anecdote of Georgo Wash"Gosh durn that everlastln stup!" ington 'has never been In print behe exclaimed. "I wish It was in hell!" fore." Cured by the Manril The son slowly straightened up "Not at all," explained tho occasionTested for from hla work and gazed reproachfully al contributor, "I only tboucht of it B. B. B. Aching bones, wollen WHY MEN DRINK AND USE DRUGS, AND HOW TO CURE THEM' OUR NEW BOOK TELLS ALL ABOUT" IT, BENT SIfALKD, FREE, ADDRESS PARK AVENUE. HOT SPRIN6S, ARKANSAS- - RHEUMATISM if tin Century, free on request "Which do you prefer," said tho Idle conversationalist, "llfo in tho country or in tho clty?" 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Free. mosclea, uso crutches; morlne around ao jott blood thin or akin palei. bars to Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. akin Itches and burns; ahlfllnfr pains; bad Beware of Ointments for Catarrh brrath! lumbaco, (rout, take Uotanlo BloodV A pessimist Is always calling your Balm (It. II. 11.) which will remote crery that Contain Mercury, armptoin, because II. II. II. acn.la a rich, tingtha ii mercurr ttl 'surely dreVrorwhole itnta ot amen attention to the unusual amount ot ling flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to. litem when sickness thero Is in tho neighborhood. tad compWtelr drranre Iba the paralysed uerres. bonea and Joints, glnav HucU rnterinx It tbTougd the raucous surfaces. warmth and atreng-tJust where It la s articles sbouU oerer be used eirept on and In thla way making-- a perfect lastaa tbs damwe tber Irom reputable phrtleUn. PAINKI rRRRT DAVIS' In relievesLLKR In all Ita of will do Is tea told to the Hood you ran xsulr rubtn-strains SI ing cureII. Ilheumatlam thouaanda forma. a ben tburousblr or II. II. has made of cures of' from them. HsU'a Catarrh Cure, manulacturcd na sprains In mnmti irum anr raiiMi. by V. J, Cheney A Co.. Toledo. O.. conlalas no merrheumatism after all other medlclnea, llnl 600 sites, lirgobolllenbecbtsptn. upon dmxslus,s,St, cury, and Is taken Inteniallr. acttnr dlrertlr menta and doctors hare failed to help or on re. Um blood and raucous surfaces of the r ) Hem. Ia IlItUCKllSTH, or byezpresa, II PEIl LARQ8I Tho crow Is a rational bird. Ho IIOTTLR, with directions for home cure. SAaC turuv lUU's Catarrb Cure be sure rou let the rroulne. It n taken Inteniallr snd made In Toledo. doesn't mako a nolso without caws. PLK BENT FHKK by wrltlne lllood Halm fa.. Ohio. Djr V. 1. Chenrr 4t Co. Trillin onuts tree, Atlanta, (Is. Describe your trouble and free per brittle. Hold br Drunists. I Tier. medical adrlce Klreo. Taas lull's family 1111s lor constipation. TO Cl'UK A t'OLII IN ONE DAY Take LAXAT1VH 11UOMO Quinine Tsblets, liruiTtflfts refund moner If li fal w cure. B.W In proportion to Its population, more UllOV K'tt algualura Is un cacn Uii lie. people earn a livelihood by seafaring Second thoughts prevent a man In Norway than In any other country. from havlpg lots ot fun. Ilrltaln comes next "Befoic I bcRan nsinp; Cascarets I bad? a bad complexion, pimples on my ace,, and my food was not digested asitabould have been. Now I nm entirely well, and the pimples have all disappeared from my face. I can truthfully say that Casta re's are just aa advertised; I have taken rcly two boxes of them." Woman's most dtoriout endowment ia the power Clarence R. Griffin, Sheridan, Ind pure and honest love of a to'awakcn and hold the worthy jnan. When ahe loses it and atill lovca on, Pleasant. Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. agony Do Hood. Never Sicken, Weaken or Urlpe, iio one in the wide world can know the heart weak-ec- u 10c, 23c, 50c. Never sold In bulk. The renn-In- e ahe endurea. The woman who siuTera from liT " tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed tv sod derangement of her apeclal womanly cure ot your money back. 927 aoon loses the power to away the heart of she loses a man. Her general health suffers and We will mala from inj Good Photo her good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability and her power and prestige) as a woman. Dr. U.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with A HALFTONE ENGRAVINQ the assistance of bis staff ot able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many Bite ten anusre Inches or leaa, to print In Newspaper ur on stathousands of women, .lie baa devised u successful remedy for woman's ail tionery Portrait, Building, It ia a posiiive menls. It ia known aa Dr. I'ierce'a Favorite Prescription. I Iw I ...t.u.nn utn.li it nn speciCo for the weaknessea and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, reguyou may ubetprlutlng- for select. Thla ft you. Medicine dealers sell it. No huncil dealer will paper will do the lates, alrengthena and heals. advise you to accept a aubstitute in order to make a little larger profit. Western Newspapsr Union, Little Rocr, Ark. - at his father. last night." "Why, you otigbn't to say that, pap," Hrd, Wrak, Avrarr, Wattrr Erea). he drawled. You might stumblo over Relieved liy Murine Eye itemedy. Trr that stump ng'ln some day." ou Will Murine For Your Eyn Troubles. Cue through the blood with To prure tt w will ternl 70a 30 Yurs. Joint pcrmanvntlf mr4 pure UoLinWAl lDrditnU eboottng-pafna SAMPLE bone pains, TREATMENT FREE It you hare sciatica or prescrlp-tloo- , d 7. Bad BLOOD Woman's Power Over Man FOR $1 w - balloons There's a lot of bot air used In toy nnd soaring eloquence. 1'Ol'dll will beenmea permanent bUil. Ailn't Lung llaUnn will ure tuiilra, Dr. buM IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, Pkrt't SICK "WOMEN WELL. rfubf an J DEFIANCE STARCH W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 10. Vi A TK1KI.1M1 oaa unlru Ptetumnt PtlltU $tnagtba Stomach, I. tnr and Bewtlt. Irtioplu AzainiiUMaUrtfiiriimiahrurlhil. audtllig lUdnilli,toc,U)e How men would kick It their wives day. struck for on eight-hou- r Mr, rierce'i riraunt rrlletl mutate and Inilr. bug orate auuuach, liver aul iMiwrla. UurarsuiUet. ICak taUUeatvaDdjr Tho dlffereoco betwen slender und skinny women Is a matter ot dollars rather than sense Father Tlmo wus probably In tbo lapse ot aces. nursed Sirs. Wluslow'a Koothlnic Kyrup, lir cbiui rrn teething;, softens ih gums, a.UiUilu.ujilUruj,;u cuivsaladoulla. IKajaUuUls, Kvcr notlco how ousy It Is not to save money? 5(1 Pink Eyn, Epizootic Shlpplud Fevr..S. Catnrrhol Kever Bur rvrn nd rltlT prtTtmtt. na tnttr tow ttr kt dt turn r tafKtrd ur wo tb ioutfUfft ip ibt lldil "ipn4jj.- -irrtu4i (ruin Ui9 Ulj. (Xirv pUWtuptoa tu I liiotnj ana uuuatit cboUrts In Li4ui4.Ma tvaU eup avnd ialaQou4 r iNitava la tlrlniisj avmufiaT buttaftD blaar For DISTEMPER rtn, buva lit lUati 1L Khow l4fln kltlory tojourilrutfgiftt. bJcsiuitll m bottl,4ntlWJt"i. Uwvk.lt l, (or jr4s 60SHEH, INitUiUouL kMp 5P0IIN MEDICAL CO.. fih!MSf. INOi. U. S. L Because of tfioso ugly, Brlixly, gray hair. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER, price, SI.OO, retail. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4 A TON Don't Pay Too Much for Your Why Is It T Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. J. J, C. Bouduraut, Plaintiff, agates Kimono Pollock, etc., Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of Fulton Circuit. Court, run dored nl tho January turai, thoruof, 1910, in tho ubovo cause, for the sum of Four Hundred and Five Dollars, with Interest at the rato of C per cunt pur annum from thu 3rd day of March '10 until paid and costs herein I iibnll proceed to offur for salo at thu Court Houso door lu Hlckmnn, to thu highest bidder, at PUB-LIAUCTION, ou thu 11th day of April 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months thu following described property, A tract of laud tu Fulton comity, Kentucky, being part of tho southeast quarter of section 1C, T. 1, It. C, W, lu SU Corner of said sectlou and bouuded as follows; Beginning lu thu center of Dyursburg road at a stake; runulng thvuco lu a wvsturly to a black locust gate post ou said road; thence In thu aauiu direction to a whltu oak treu In tho field; thencu to or near thu old In dlnu gravu yard In tho former lino botwoou W. D. Corbt-tand John Troutlluu; and thence with the said lino to thu Dycrsburg road uud the beginning, containing about 40 acres mora or less, Or sufflucleut thereof lo produce tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For thtf purchase price, tho purchaser, w th approved security or securities, must execute bond, bearln legal luterist from tho. day of sale until paid and having tho force nnd effect of a JudgmonC Dlildurs will bo prcjared to comply promptly with those terms. Kun-tuckdlrt-cUot For i a BSSV Drugs and Medicines Don't pny too little. One is ns 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, nnd our solid policy always insures the price being right too. Pny Helm & Ellison's price nnd get Helm &( Ellison's quality and you will nlways be right. Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated.Jwhcther large or small. As wo passed along tho street on a rrcont Sundny wo counted twenty six young men, most of them In their teens, Just budding Into mnn hood, loitering their time away. As wo looked Into their faces, ninny of them lighted up by tho beacon rays Vi A. A. FARIS of a poor clgnr or tho pernicious cigarette, wu recognlto them nr. young men blessed with comfortnlilo homes Indulgent parents nnd loving sisters Wo nsk ourselves, why Is It? Why do these young men prefer tho unclenn resorts, comfortless streets nnd mixed society, to tho upholstered chnlr, the pleasant and comfortable surround Ings of tho family circle at homo Who can answer? nre wo charge tho parents, In a degree, responsl bio for this state of affairs? Are thoBo things as they would linre them? I)o you shut up your homes lest tho sun should fade your carpets nnd your heart lest a laugh should shake down n few of tho musty old cobwebs tlint nr hnnglng there? It you want to ruin your sow let them think that nil social enjoyment must bo left at tho threshold when ther Sloan's Linimrnt li &t I . n can 1 ?ppd Vth . you have to do It u ration and " r.ll... gtitlon, and rtd ntntr. .,...' " wt- - the Proof."" inn mnent ,1 th. .J fnu, nVkv-tel In my h.nd. I Uter and putthiitd mutti s Unit u . sllppe.1 sad If B a iciuincu in ine Wnlm-nutf ' n,,B7,S r- t,..i.. a Helm & Ellison We Don't Ask You to Buy We just ask you to see and examine this range before purchasing : : : : ! mm como home. When 'onco homo Is rt gnrded as only a suitable plaro to en. drink and sleep in, the work Is be autumn afternoon than to take that gun that ends In gambling houses and photograph and go to the cemetery reckless degredntlon. Hotter let tin where tho maples aro clad In tender fire burn brightly In winter time and gold, nnd when littlu scarlet runners the doors bo thrown open in summer aro coming like poems of regret, from and mnko tho homestead delightful the sad heart of the earth; and sit with all thoso little arts that parents down on that mound and look at that so well understand. Halt an hour of photograph, and think of the flesh morrlracnt within doors, nnd mcrrl now dust, that you beat Just think ment of a home blots out tho reinem of It. Wo could not bear to die in th branco of many n euro and annoyance arms of u child that we had whipped during the day, and the best safe We could not bear to feel upon ou guard that can bo taken with them lips, when they were withered beneath Into tho world is the unseen Influence the touch of death, the kiss of one of a bright little homo sanctum. Ie that wo hnd stmck. parents ponder over these low sug Sloans Liniment and oftl It fits or tli tlmu Wort I wtnt to bed, ind tnl 6? I Land si uiuj!" it scpti Lilltr Sloan's Lin l an txer Jtnt at and wc.-!- i burr., rat uta knit citj, ccr'. J. It, MIIA'KU, Com SALE, draw Cj poiicn frcra t.nj cl s tj,il3 d iae"A COMMISSIONER'S S&c,,60t m4 (1.0) grstlon. akjI Kmih Hl St. Louis Furniture Co. A boy goes along tho street at night and bo sees a flno houso beautifully lighted up and hears music, and he says. "I wish I was lu thero, but I have not been Invited," and so he passes on. Hero Is tho church of God lighted up with festivity and holy mirth, and the world passes along outside, hears the music and some times wishes it was inside, but says that It Is not Invited. Oh, Invite the world to coma in! Go out Into tho highways and hedges. Send a ticket of invitation printed In these words, "Como, for all things aro ready.' Thero is a vast difference between a house and a home. The houso is but tho building and furniture, tho outward shelter and gathering placo of the household. Tho homo includes tho kindly family affoctlon and thu thoughtful care and ready sympathy and mutual confidence and trust of the members. A true home breathos the atmosphere of love. A child should bo made to feel that his homo Is indeed a homo, the happiest placo in tho world to him, not merely outward shelter and resting place, but a center of enjoyment by love, tho thought and remembrance of which shall be tho of bis life as ho goes forth to tho world. giving strength and proportion to bis character, and turning bis thought to all that may prcparo for the heaven ly homo when tho scones of earth shall have passed away. safo-gunrd Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Sr Earl S. Slotn, Mrs. M. J. Ilolten ot at Plaintiff, a Softo, Xm., tli. Tho term "old maid" Is fnst dying gainst A. N. King et ai, DcfendanL- out of um. Instead we hear th Kqultjr. more elaborate title "Bachelor Girl By virtue ot a Judgment and order WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS, used In speaking of girls who hav ot sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rend left tho luxuriant bowers of girlhood ervd at the Jsn. term thereof, 1910, and aro Just emerging Into woman In tho above cause, for the sum of hood. We do not hear of "tho sour Two Hundred and Thirty-twDollars old maids," but Instead tho "dear with Interest at tho rato ot 6 per kLtnnv altit tilftililrrf tlltn inn tnt bachelor girls." Tho young men aro cent per annum from tho Sllh day ot l I nl . .,.(.. . . i ii. i i.. i, curtain that she Is Just tho ono to go December, 1909, until paid and costs to when they aro In trouble. The herein, 1 shall proceed to r.! .... ,1. .... offer for . a k. girls claim her asthelr "big sister sale at tho Court House door In Hick Her llfu Is ono of beauty, one of do- - man, Ky., to the highest bidder, at If so, Williams' Kidney run w voted consecration to tho right. Hope I'UIIIJC AUCTION, on tho 11th day ou st Dragglit, Price Uk links her to the future and memory of April, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., or to the pnst. thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months th fol ..WW. II. ,, A. Dodds' Lumber Office. lowing described property, Says a father of a small family to Beginning at a stake on tho south us. ".My boys and girls do not leav thu door yard after seven o'clock un boundary Hue; thence north 20 pole less especially detained." Wo know or to a slake; thence west 21 poles to We arc Agents for the others that adopted that same rule a stako West, Dogwood pointer 9 feet SU Beech pointer 7 feet south; thenc years ago nnd their sons and dntigh tors aro today n credit to the town east 24 poles to tho beginning, con and community. Thero Is nothing talnlng three acres more or less, nnd Insurance Companies beiug tho land bought of Mrs. M elevating In a street education. Bolten by and recorded In deed in Hickman book 25, pago 463 In the office of tho They are companici th..,y Uve PILE8I PILE8I clerk of tho Fulton County Court. been here longer lhan Or sufficient thereof to produco tho Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment, will sums Ii your prcperty cijr'V of money so ordered to be cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles It ii too late hen the i.Jim mado. For tho purchase price, the It absorbs the tumors, allays itching founds to think c( apc.ity purchaser, at occo, acU as a poultice, gives in securities, with approved security or must executo bond, bear stant rollef. Williams' Pile Ointment ing legal Do it NQV Interest from the day of Is prepare for Piles and Itching of salo until paid, and having tho force the private parts, Sold by druggists, H. T. TYLIR, Agent and effect of a Judgment. Bidders moll 60c and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co, will bo prepared to comply promptly Props., Clevoland, Ohio. with these terms. o I to-wl- h..allj. OLDEST !j-e- r. J. The COURIER for the news. H. MILNE1L Com. Absence of Friction is the secret of the unequalcd 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 bo 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 rrore accurately. You aro Interested In a substantial savlug of tlmu together with a tuurked Improvement In the charucter of your work lot us show you u fow of tho exclusive features of "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." ' THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE BAHKETT tears and tho littlo chin dimpled with four, looking llko a pleca of water struck by a sudden cold wlud, If that The Courier's "Want Column" Is littlo child should die, wo can not sure to find you a buyer.. Costs lo think of s nweeter way to spent! aa for each word. Try It. carefully W. L. Douglas shoe art If thero Is a mother who reads this mads, you would realix why they hold column that over expects to whip her .... .,..,,:, ,,i Deiiar, wear longer, and vi Micaier value man an nth.r ,nL. child again, let us ask you something, Huvo your photograph tukeu at tho time, and lot it show your faco red wvn iaia u with vulgar auger and tho faco of tho littlo one with eyes swimming In A. S. wo oiten mink, wnou sorrows heavy mantle Is thrown over us, that llfu U all shadows. Do wo ever find it so? Ah not As tho golden rays of heaven's own light sblno from behind tho clouds after a storm, so does the light of God's countenance shine back of tho clouds of sorrow and gves a BUYS IX peaceful soothing, calm to the tirod $2.as heart. However deep tho wound and fierce tho conflict, sooner or later wo realize that "Ho kuoweth best and doeth all things well." Mothers, bow do you rule? Ily lovo or tho much nnd often unjustly used rou? Is it lovo to rulo so that tho child Is obedient through fenr of you? lie inoro patient. Oho a word of commendation, kindly little sinllo" when your boy doos tho best ho cuu. Ho will remember it in after ycfcrs THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER and, sitting by his own fireside, with his littlo oni'H around him, will tell ur WtN 8 FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. them of his mother, who was ever "I hav. worn W. L. Douila, .h... , il. ready to smllo away tho clouds nuil ' V" ?';; 'nd h sr tar make bis littlu heart swell with glad Comfort and ilnr.l.llll. iu n inuro " ' ' Hoard A.... utlca, N. V. ness. II I could taka you into tnv Ur.. f. ." I. II (nn.. . urtKjuon, mtii, andf show you COMMISSIONER'S SALE. M WLDOUGLAS cuncc Jt Fultou Circuit Court, Kentucky. A. A. Furls Plulutlff. ugalust II. Johnson etc., Dofeuduut Equity, i3.$350fc$4.SHOES .... how B By vlrtuu ot u Judgmeul uud Or der of Hulo of rultuu Circuit Court, rendered at thu Juuuary turm, thurvof 1910, lu thu ubovo cuusv, lor thu sum ot Nino Hundred and Ulxtr Dollurs, wiiu interest ut thu rutu of ti per cunt pur annum from thu l!Vth duy of Junuury, 191U, until paid, uud costs hurelu, 1 shull procuud lo offer fur sulu ul thu Court Housu door lu Hick muu, Kentucky, tu thu highest bidder ut PUBLIC AUCTION, ou-t- hu 11th duy ot April, I'JIV, at 10 o'clock a. m ot thereabout (being Couuty Court day) upon u credit, of six mouths thu following described property towlt; About 90 ucrus ot laud, lu section 19, T 2, It 4, Wust, being; thu south cusl corner of thu NV Quarter ot suld sectluu, and being of thu land conveyed lo C. Johusuu by 1L W. Kusley by duud duted Feb. Uth, ll07, uud recorded iu deed book C, pugo fjS2, lu thu olflco ot thu Clerk of tho Fultou Couuty CourL Or sufficient thereof to produce thu sums ot mouey so ordered lo bu uiudu. For thu purchase prlcu, thu purchuser, with approved security or securities, must uxueutu bond, bear ing legal Interest from the duy of salu until puld, uud having thu forco uud effect ot u Judgment. Blddurs w bo propurud to comply promptly with thesu terms. I will make I nnn.Ls in Obion Counties. - on lands located being .topped on v payment made, of 5 per ty, Ky., nt the rate on loan cent per annum of $2,000 or more on lust class improved farms. the Forty per cent o full vlaue of n farm will on loaned. Loans made fnnnsof fifty tune more on five years Iwnrwtf with privilege to one of paying same after any in full or making Jize partial payment deo! sired at intervals one y months after from date of loan, inWg Tenn., and in Fulton Coun- and Weakley I i I M kl O. SPHMUi-- "' Attorney-atLa- iM Union City, Tenn J, K. MILNKU. Gaa'r.