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A BLUE MARC HRRK mtitna that xonr ml ip4rd crlctlon IUR6W promptly If you want th to yon lifter thlt month ht papf-rtoco- m Team that HbhU. ng is the Crease the Ixles of Your Uagon, Old Man, and LbI'b Hitch Up WHOLE ESTABLISHED IB THE' TEAR 1HBO plt ntr.fl HO. VOLUME IN WEBTESH KRHTOOKT ni 4a HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1910. HO.'t:i 25 YEARS FOR CARTER. Ed Carter who resided In thin city until last fall when ho left hla wlfo and wont to Now Madrid, Mo., la up against tho real thing now, lie had boon there only a abort tlmo when ho killed a man while on ; a drunken spree For tnis offenso no gets 26 years In tho penitentiary at Jefferson City, Mo. Speaking of the caso, tho Record says: Ed Carter was tried Tuesday on tho chargo of murder for killing Charles Hand, the Fnrrcnburg mill man, 11. C. niley, Jr., representing tho stato o and C. C. Collins and Robert S. tho defendant. Tho testimony was about tho same as given at tho coroner's lnuqest and published In tho Record, that tho men wero Intoxicat ed nt Kendall's saloon, Hand refused to treat, and was followed out of tho back door by Carter who stabbed him to death. Tho .case was warmly con tested and tho jury gavo Carter 25 years in tho penitentiary. Hut-ledg- FORMERLY OF HICKMAN. J. T. Dillon, secretary of Fulton Lodge No. 83, I. O. O. P., received a telegram last Friday morning that John Cochran had died at Melrose, N. M. Mr. Cochran was a member of tho Odd Fellows here, but having no relatives hero the local lodgo wired them to glvo htm a respectable burial and draw on them for the cost of same. Upon Inquiry, wo learn that Mr. Cochran had been sick nt Pauls Valley, Okla., and that this lodgo had lent him assistance. Its a mighty good thing to know Hint you belong to some fraternal order. You can't tell when sickness might befall you when you are far from home and friends; but If you are a member in good standing in a fraternal order you will always find friends, no matter where circumstances may place you. Copyright Hart SchaiTner & Marx "H " ' - REAKJNG to harness" is pretty lively work sometimes; but if it's well done, fellows the results are usually good. We've broken a lot of to our clothes ; and we expect to keep on doing it. The man we especially like to "tackle" is the fellow who thinks we can't persuade him that these fine clothes, made for us by 1 ' Isaac-- .v MUST SPRAY TREES. ,. ..." Shuff, one of tho most suc- .. U high-spirit- ed Hart Schaffner & Marx better than any he gets made to measure; better for him; economy for him; better style, better quality. We're convincing a lot of just such skeptics right along. The clothes do it ; all we have to do is to get them tried on. Men are sometimes a little stubborn about that, but once they get into the clothes, that settles it. They're the best, the most economical, the most stylish, and about the only clothes that you are cessful fruit raisers of Fulton county, has demonstrated that It has becomo necessary to spray trees if fruit Is successfully grown. Conditions have so changed In tho past few years that the crop Is almost a failure, although Fulton county orchards wero onco tho most abundant producers iu the state. Mr. Shuff seems to huvo solved tho problem in a great measure by spraying his trees. He not only gets a good yield since ho Inaugurated this policy but tho quality of the fruit Is much better. Other fruit growers might profit by his experience. LEASED ly of Fulton, PRICE HOUSE. know are Clarence Graham and wife, formerhave leased for ouo year tho Price House, a well kiiowu hostelry of this city. The new management took charge on the first of the present month. Mrs. I. D. Price, former proprietress, will take a much iieoded rojt, and will leave in a short time for Oklahoma to visit her daughtur, Mrs. W. J. Spradlln. TO WED all-wo- ol. We like to get the other fellow, too, who thinks these clothes high priced started, the economy is too apparent. ; he's easy, if he once gets APRIL 20th. New suits in grays, browns, tans, blues ; fancy mixtures, snappy new patterns, very stunning creations, $18.50 to $25.00. Good values in medium priced suits, from $10.00 to $16.50 New models in boys knickerbocker suits that are very stunning; new ideas in style and fabric, $2.50 to $8.00. Great line of fine finishings; Shirts, neckwear, hosiery, underwear. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Tho Courier is in receipt of the following worded Invitation: n "Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phllllppo request tho honor of your presence at tho marriage of their daughter, Annie Stophens, to Mr. Lewis HInkle Kllpatrlck, on Wednesday evening, tho twentieth of April, nineteen hundred and ten, at nine o'clock, Ulckman, Kentucky." E11I-so- THROWN FROM HORSE. Cavltt Toombs, son of D. II. Toombs of near town, was thrown from his horse, Saturday, and slightly Injured. Toombs was riding a youug horse which became frightened at an auto driven by Miss Dottle Davidson. Tho horse reared up and foil against a telephone pole with tho rider. Tho uccldeut occurred iu front of tho residence of Judge II. l Romley. O Best hats that are made. Smith & Amberg H. II. Shelby and daughter, Miss Mnttlo, who have resided here for the past four years, left Tuesday for Pilot Oak, near Wlngo, to make tholr future home. o "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY J. C. Hunt was called to Hazel, Ky Monday, on account of the serloui Illness of his daughter. THE HICKMAN "tjVsTtr COURIER HOBSON-MAN- N CLASH 14 DIE IN CHICAGO FIRE POSITIVE SIGN OF SPRING luunuru mAit in... Am Regularly . CLEVER spipe Wtsiera tXtntucky Uk IKDtw" BILL FOR PEACE APPROPRIATION CAUSES TKOUBLE. Atsbamlan Interprets Remstk of Msna to Ntn He Was Trying to Bribe the Members. i si VICTIMS CAUGHT LIKE RATS ON UPPER FLOORS. (Cepyrltht. IK. r W. 0, BPEKR and J. C. BKXTOK, Xditors and Proprietor. H Counfrlt, to 8.cuf.V..uE"rfPM UIIW S.cr.t.T It m&T hm ritrn.t.,1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH l! ADTANCB. Lighter with Benilne; Expletlen Young Cletk Causes Flte Fllllnr Chjar Is the Result. Clileagn.1 Search of the wrecksqe for the remaining bodies of those who lost their live In tin Fish Furniture Com- IUns dLappenred from ( lndon Tit tilts. Mf first lord nf it,. ...1. M.cKcn. ko some" vN .. . L?tm ths Washington. "The gentleman Catered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, free with his tongue, but there I n deadmail matter. yettoCSca as second-clas- s line," shouted Representative llobon of Alabama, gesticulating on the floor of PROPHETS WITHOUT HONOR. nn-tlt- very In this nge of skepticism, when of tho state of MlftsoUrl seem to carried to extremes, tho professional prdphcts who Issue almnnncs of prognostication hate enjoyed ii peculiar Immunity. Every year 'ho credulous and superstitious hasten tb buy their publications nnd to marvel at tho wldo rango of predictions which they While tho circulation of comprise. these almanacs Is more extensive In Great Ilrltaln than In this country, it is not gratifying to our national prldo to learn that 100,00.0 cfipjes aro prei pared annually Jor Arrorlcan consumption. But even at this lata day some of the dupes nre "getting wiso' and beginning to check up the prophets, comparing promise with performance,' Zad-lesays Pittsburg Gazette-TimeOld Moore and other of tho who mnke their headquarters In London have been subject to this process, nnd tho result should not be without fts effect on the' circulation of their next year's nlmnnacs. Tho only time the professional prophets made n hit is nftcr the event. Tho number of- Inspired persons who pro? dieted tho San Francisco earthquake Is beyond computation, but one and all neglected to wnrn tfce threatened city until It was too late. If people are going to be so mean as to check up old predictions and see whether they camo to) pass, It won't bo long until tho prophet Is with out honor not only In his own country, but everywhere else. i, bo Surprisingly numerous and the principle of "seeing Is believing" has been the house today. Thla challenge hurled by the hero of the Morriiliac w called forth by a state-meby Mr. Maim that the proposition In Mr. Hob'onV bill to appropriate for of the purposes of pence one per cent of the appropriations for armament, was "to tempt members In this house who wish to semi members abroad for the Interparliamentary union.' These wonls by the Illinois member were interpreted by the Alabamian a bribe to meaning lhat hi bill ottered members. J.Sloat .FiMsctl of New York, who wa In (he chair, after having the stenographer read the wonl of Mr. Maim suggested he should keep within the bound of parliamentary language. "I discussed the result of the bill and did not Irnpugn the motives of the pen- urnru .u. Ileman irom Aiauama, Mnnnj DROPS DEAD GIRL SLAIN AND BURNED "I accept his apology," interposed Mr. BREWER Hobson, ,amid laughter. The house by a decisive vote ilcicalco MEMBER OF SUPREME COURT MAN HELD TO WHOM VICTIM AP the measure. PLIED FOR POSITION. WAS 73 YEAKS OF AQE. EXCITEMENT IS INTENSE Tho peril which attends travel through some of the Alpine passes la indicated by a tragedy which involved the death of six men who woro on their way to Italy from Switzerland. They wcro smugglers, and their course lay through the Forcola Pass. One of tho party gave a about Of farewell to those whom he had left, and this brought down a vast body ' ot snow poised above. The six, men were burled by the avalanche, forming a mass C5 feet deep, and Ibero la no hope of recovering the remains until the snow melts In the spring. The poet knew the possibilities when be utiered the warning "Beware (bo aw. ful avalanche." A snowsllde that can bo'dlslodged by a human volco Is a terror to avoid. If possible. Bribery Sensation Fills .Mississippi Cap ital with Keenest Interest. Jackson. Miss. Never, iierluns. since the eapitol wa a eapitol has There been anything comparable to the excitement noted on the 'legislative floors of the million-dolla- r buildiug Wednesday afternoon. In every office throughout all the corridors and everywhere else where men could meet men and their confluence lie not overheard, the interested public gathered, and once on the ground seemed held there. Not only were the friends of the leading characters in the drama, now on the stuge of the senate, present In large number, and newspaper men from metropolitan papers, but "there were other there. From every walk in life, society in their dainty spring attire, public men, preachers, leaders in business and in thought, from all, parts of the state, were on the-- floor of the eapitol throughout the afternoon. The senate' locked and dou- doors were and sternly-guardewatched with eager eye by those spectators, and every man who had entrance there was studied, commented on and wondered about, to the regular habitues. d d SENATOR BETTER TILLMAN sir. a .. The weight in pounds of a gnat Is .0000006. Its wing area In square feet Is .0063, which gives the monster .0204 pounds to the square foot. Tho scien- tist who has enlightened the waiting world with this Interesting fact "does not state tho creature's "pounds per bdrsc power." Next time you gef ono in the eye' 'you may 'figure1 It for yourself, It would be Interesting to bavo scientific data; as to the mosquito's suction pump; nnd we think it Is generally known that by far tho trlost powerful and terrible of all the wild Good Roads Get Impetus. beasts of the field. In proportion to Its JlenderMinville, N C.1 The good roads size, Is the saltatory ilea. meeting held hero under the auspices of ' Democrats Played Poor Politics in Can- v non Affair. Atlanta, sa. As evidence that Senator Tillman.Is regaining his faculties, he discussed politics 'for au hour Wednesday at the local sanitarium where he lias been a patient since "coming htTe from Washington. His theme-was- . the recent "eruption'' us he termed it, in the house. "The Democrat played their game poorly," said the senator, "when they called for that vote to declare the jeak- Cannon had been er's ihair vacant. shorn of prnctically all 'power when they tin privilege iif naming took from-him, the committee on rules, and if the Democrats had let matters stiuul, he. would have been olitically lost. The result of the call for the vote to declare the chair vacant restored, In a measure, his prestige." Ruth Wheeler Iden Wife Hoars Him Fall, But Llf. Waa Torso of tified by Turquoise Beads on Neck. Extinct Befora II Could B Carrlsd to Bed. New York. One of the most revolt Washington. Datid Joslah Iliewer, ing crime ever iienelrated in New ork associate justice of the supreme court of was uncovered when the 'charred body the I'nited States, died tonight at 10i30 of llutli, Amos Wheeler, the lSyra,r-oo'clock as the result vf a stroke of apo- stenographer, was found on the fire es-plexy. Ills death followed within a minape in the rear of 52i Kaat Seventy ute or two after the strolr, before be first street, next door to the bouse In could een be carried to his bed. Mr. which lived Albert W. Wolters, now held Brewer was with him when the end on a ehsrge of homicide. Wolters had came. Justice Brewer was 73 year of been arrested on a charge of abduction when it was found that the girl had gone age. Although he had not been freling well to his room seeking a position as stenog for the last few day, the jurist was lip rapher, hut the iliarg wa changed wlien and out today, and apiurcntly 'in the the Nxljlwas round. of heulth and spirit, lie wo in The body was wrapped In an oil soak- iipully guod spirits at dinner and spent nl gunny sack anj was burneil almost bejond recognition. The legs had been the evening in reading. Shortly after 10 o'clock he retired to burned off almost to the thighs and the The his roonr, and within a few moment arms almost to the shoulders. Mr. Brewer heard a heavy fall and charred fragment of a tops sijklitg to went to investigate the cuiltr. She found the neek showed that the girl was stlti- her husband prone on the floor of the gird. A Gruesome Sisht. bathroom. Jle did not regain ctmsclous-tie- s ami died before a physician could The police made a fateful examlna track lb house. tlon of the apartments Wolters had ocTlx-- two daughter of the associate cupied and discovered that a fire board justice, Mr, .lamrs I', Karrlch and Mr. protecting the wall front . they atovt aa II. J. .let more, were summoned at once, been removed, newly paiiltrd and rebut reaches! the resldener too late. placed. Th rendition of the grate waa ' such that the police believe lhat the bndy REFORMS COME SLOWLY was wrapped In cloth or paper, saturate! c with oil, pushed into the chimney and Mot Rttiy Set on fire. No bWl was foil n J, .which Champ CUik Says We Are. ' for. Hinds Spcakir.;" strengthen the belief that .the girl was bt Champ Washington. ;Ilepresentat.lve Clark, predicted that it, would be a long time liefore" the house would clett p parliamentarian speaker. Regarding the proposition to elect Asher of the house C. Hinds juirliamentarian ss speaker, he raldi "I think the plan of electing a parliamentarian a speaker Is very likely to be It is a adopted in the house Some du logical idea. But I doubt whether such a radie.il step will be taken in the near future. "Great changes In government come slowly, lor 120 years we hare leen ndding to the power of the speaker ot the house, ami not until a week ago last Saturday was a. successful move mailxto take away any power. As we haveben a rentury or more adding to the power of the presiding officer, I do not look for It all to be swept away in one day tlu- - Southern Appalachian Good, ltoad The British lords will have to come Association was attended by four hun down from their high perch, tho New dred delegut-- s, representing many town York policemen have been forbidden Slid counties throughout North Carolina, to club citizens at pleasure, and now South Carolina and Tennessee, ltesolu-tlon- s were adopted recommending state a Janitor Id thut same.clty has been sent to prison .for. playfully tapping aid 011 road building, expressing the bean Inquisitive tenant on the head with lief that convict should bo put oil tho recommending that every a monkey-wrench- . It begins to look highways and county employ a, highway engineer. as though an Air of freedom .for. the v 1 down-troddem m WORK WIRELESS Government 3,000 MILES iAt ft Ships Will Try for New Record. Washington. The uavy department expects to score one of the greatest in wireless telegraphy when triumph tho scout cruise), Birmingham and Salem, try to communicate otcr a distance and oppressed actually ' Southern Texas Deluge. of 3,000 miles with the new naval wire wero beginning. San Antonio, Tex. The drouth in less station at Brunt Hock, Mas. Southwest Texas was broken WednesThe Birmingham sailed for I.ilieria A chauffeur In New York who killed day by one of the heaviest ruins in the about a week ago on a rush errand In a child by bis speeding automobile last twenty years. Precipitations of from' connection with the threatening attitude and then raced from the spqt, Is to.be one and a half to six indies are rcortcd of tho tribes on the south border, but tried for murder In tho first degree. from the country west of Sail Antonio. orders wero Issued today for the gunboat The endangering of llfo by the speed All of the streams have risen from ten Des Moines to proceed to I.ilieria to e mania Is so deliberately taken n risk to fifteen feet and in place have overtho Birmingham In order that tha that the law under which murder In flowed. In Uvalde county, two hundred latter vessel may prosecute the wlreles in u cave, and experiment from points In South Atlansuch cases Is charged seems eminent- head of goats Were caught ly Just. There has been far too much drowned. Sheepmen in thut section arc tic water oil the AfUuii coast. The Salem will take unother Mitlou leniency with this species of public suffering tome, heavy losses from Hoods, ' ' because, they had just aheurcd their about 1,000 mile distant from the danger. sheep. and the ships will (list try to ,. between communicate directly Wisconsin has a university profesLillis In Texas. then with the Brunt Itock stasor and. a. medical scientist. who la. not Sun Antonio, Tex. Jero S. Lillis, Kan-sq- s tion, and finally to that station through afraid to champion tho .claims of City banker, who was assuulted by a chain of station. nature and heart Interests I. P. Cuduhy, arrived hero Wednesday Bryan at Baibadocs. against abstract science. Ho said re- morning, arcompuuie'd by his sister, Miss Barbadoes, B. W. I. Wm. J, Bryan cently in a lecture that kissing la Lillis, nd brother-in-law- , John It. Koran, risky, but it's a poor sort of fellow lie registered at St. Anthony Hotel here srrjvcd here Wednesday from Itio Janeiro to visit his lifelong, friend, Dr. Amos and left today for l'orto Itieo. From who won't tao chances at It. there he will proceed to Venezuela. Graves '. this city. A New York man 85 years of age Eight Killed on Charleston. Don't Need $30,000,000. has refused to enter a homo for old TI.e report that a fata! acci.Manila. people, because bli mother-in-law- , aged Washington. The proposition to Issue dent luid occurred on the I'nltcil Statea 115. Is an Inmate of tho institution. 130,000,0011 tu government certificates of cruiser Charleston was confirmed MonWe declare without, fear of successful Indebtedness fur the purpose of complet- day. Light mca were killed and seving old and new irrigation project, on contradiction that this Is carrying of conservation eral other Injmed. tho lulminuitrution's prejudice against tho mother-in-lameasures, which ha been under considKills Chili! Sets Self on Fire, Uofar; eration by the house way and iiieuui (irveuvillv, Tex. Whlly Insane, Mr. mollis, committee Intermittently for Harry llruwii this ufteruouii iilnmst deA rich mat lii Boston wob arrested was dicus-oby Director l'rcd II. New . .f.fir.(if n glij with olrl In ih f a nn ell of tho reclamation service Mr. New- capitated her ittnr butcher knife, then, naturutiiig her Intellectual center of the nation ell teld the committee that ubout $7,000 set fire to falxturo of chivalry with. 000 annually won coining in to tho recla- tlothes with oil, tho fl(e, herself. Neightome hut hur burns bors extinguished mation servile, uhlch wa' sufficient t . isituin. sr fatal. complete existkj projects. re-liethem-scltcs. 11 , - ... 11 engaged In a Ilroadsir Two Weeks' Man Hunt. hall, who had adopted f s u!Jt Zanesvllle, (). The second wek of tha method of cheap advert man bunt over a halfiloren Ohio counties adhering for Robert (ireen, the iicail ami horscthief, opened with the sherill' Prank Had Trjgle End.sj. but the posse as much at sea c ever in regard An cxtraordlnirr affair Is - F ia'jsa to their quarry' whereabout. Through- from Iji Amora. Klehtr flc ' - ! out the whole chase, although aided by bulls wero penned In rhe HUSBAND automobiles, horses, btoudliotind and the Ing to be conveyed to var s 'irs of "CONTRACT" HAD r roses. wlwile, resources of thw state' legal ma- tho country for bull f!gh"r,-Afttr 33 Years Woman Seeks to Hive. chinery the; officers burr been completely A party of carnival rcrc.- -s ct, ca ic!tfs ; "Contract" Dfuolvtd. baffled by (ireen, who has stolen and mischievous funthrewscttn! among tho animals ra'lrc tea to hi St. 1mis. Although she has not ridden to exhaustion three horse in itarririedo. The Infuriated t'is's foke heard from her "contract husband In flight. down the frail wooden ffn- sti boltwenty-seveyears, Mrs. Clutrlntt f r tbe Blue Laws Are Enforced. ted out of tho station rcaklcg Thomas, known to her friend a Char Llkhurt, livJ. "Just to show the pub- town, about a mile dls'sn' Th : Judd, H'titioned the circuit court lotte tramp! ng c tie P to dissolve her marriage to Ambrose lic what the Sunday blue law It If strict- folk heard tbe ly enforced," Ma) or Chester Sunday proachlng herd, and s rcanrxsrouM Thomas and declare the contract void. closed drug stores and alt manner of made for shelter Tho beat's wbed The woman, who is "0 year old, sign town like a h!r.lna. business. He Intended retaliation agajntt through cl the marriage contract in 1077. In it the ministerial association, which had knocking the down and killing hree ftf inslid expressed the belief that a marriage "accused him of insincerity In the prose sons, and rooro or less fa founoetl by laws of nature ami that managers of cheap theaUr juring 18 others. A force of th tlru cution of "no law should or call make such part r'h couthat have operated on Sunday. Milk and guard was sent out to nership indissoluble or keep It In force, 08 Ice were delivered today only In rases of ntry with orders to shoot tbe t Her petition allege she learned in 1P93 absolute necessity. Livery stables and sight. that Thoma had one 6r more vrive liv automobile gsrsges were locked tight, ing when she igued the contract. From and electric ear to nearby cities were the day of her discovery until now sLo crowded with people seeking amusement. Fool Mad to Order said she has not heard from him. Among the racins of prct "M nU Sire. Thomas' attorney said that thir trees ngaln.t frost practiced fo, V 19,000 in Corn Clubs. yearn hate changed his client fornla Is the producuon cf i 15,000 Arkan-- a generator In tho form cf a Little Itock, idea of marriage ami law. The five wit tank. boy have made application for en- wagon carries a neasea to the contract are believed to be rollment in the great contest to bvcar- - upper part of winch U dead. ried on thl yrar through the medium. straw or similar mater al of the bovs' eor;i chlbs of the state. This by tho automatic In" " ADMIRALS VISIT MEXICO. I more than five time a many a took from n cask, while mar the be temU r The part In the contest year. upon which tar Is Mexico City. Two widely known 15,000 and more bo)a who have enrolled a grato blast, operated hy . navy officers, Hear Admiral Itohley I). have done so voluntarily, they hac not serving to malnt.ln t he , r hvans, ictlrcil, nl the tinted Mate been enrolled by somebody else, or their All tho heat Is compel J to nuvy, und Hear Admiral Sir Perry Scott names merely sent In to "pml" the rolls I through tho wet straw be of the British navy, arrived In Mexico they ur III earnest und to make tho tho air and In City on n sightseeing tour of tho re contest this year a lively one. tS I. burled In a dense of public. They uri meinliers of a party passe, between the row, beaded by A. K. Stllwell, president of ai Hot $11.07 at St. Louis. It envelopes them in tho Kansas City, Mexico & Orient St. IOiiU. Live hogs were sold here that tho driver U President Diaz will receive the Saturday fur ftl.07Wj per hundredto lead tbe borsci t the national pulure at 11 weight, .visitor the biggest price ever recorded tomorrow morning. oelock In theWestern markets. a May Demolish HhB0l baa aw , Rob Under Clare of Light, A strange proposal to tha a Here's Live City. regard Germany with Itlchiuund, Va. Under the glare of i Kansas City. Kansas City' million, uii street lump, yeggmeii backed u vvugon dollar fund, raised by public subscrip- Heligoland, which. Inus 'Jw pendlture. still con l. ltl(njioii( viii to the door of th Sunday mght, pierced the vault tion, to maintain a Hue of freight bout .away. The with fti-i'- l drill und made off tilth more on the Mitsoiiri river between' hero nnd schctno of ,.UBi & event of t.un $S.1,000 in ttnmps und IIUO in St'. Louts, became' aill reality this after- -,- blow "P. excess of thu mil- parcntly tho noon, when 3JO.O0P rush. A watchman in the building was t0 U v L, bould liuilisturlssl while tho rubber cut etui lion vu provided. war, HollKola"d defended, tlumigli a street window. Tho office very strongly StilTlTht uig HatVins. an na, .closed nt (I o'clock Saturday evening. tawlied and used as Lynn, Mass.- - A movement u ilerl; opened the doort Monday started in this city to make It a yiien not II" J do tS & morning the rolibcry wns discovered. for uny woman to wear u Imt trouble Tboiiijli the thieves evidently had plentv pin which nrotiudcs from lur but on of time, they overlooked 12,000 In rash Inch, providing a $10 flue irtnln ni around the neck of the ooilv. Further examination showed ner of death, a fragment of Inch maiiila repq being found to the left side of the Heck, and body were badly charred, teeth remained intact. the manthree-eightb- a The people on Broadwae S'lT't, were startled one riht rc ; bj hearing the scream of a cl J r -- 'm ' apparently from a dress: cut which a dark, smooth shaves r in u carrying uptown. So p!'. tt ' the cries that the min ts wit ted with Increasing suspicion, tii h t;nt Jtfftrson Dty Dinner. ritn n crowd surrounded him icd 'silited a are looking Washington. Democrat l kept bis opening the bic on to the dinner planned by prominent Hpshis tight shut, and cont'njcd ' silk member of the party on April .13, tn up Broadway, clinging to 1 1 irm-sul- t h honor of the una hundred and case, from which f-nnleriry of tbt Mrtli'of apparently continued to corns i mil Thomas JefTrtson, r develop rumors rea constable put him .ndrr Strangled. garding the next presidential campaign. and hurriedly opened the Ur. Tho-- body was taken fo the station, The tianquet will be given under tha tibr cabled He expected to find where It was. later positively Identltlcd auspices. ofltljitlouil Democratic s plaWheeler by Kobert Me-- mlttee snd th congressional IVinocratio up In It, but Instead be f. "1 a that of Mis ning stone Image called t sx'J.Va Leod. McLend made the Identification committee. Tho prisoner proved to be vc'Oo-quls- t by mean vf string of tunpiiise bead eowert 'sixty-sevent, Crtst-uall- pany fire horror here Friday was in the afternoon, owing to danger from tottering wall, but not until after twelve oj the dead had been lecovernl ami eleven of those Identified. Ieo Stoeckel, a clerk of the Fish who by accident is said to hav started 'the fire, toll hi story to Fir Attorney Frank llogati. He appeared heartbroken and told tils story with difficulty. "About ft: 43 o'clock this morning," Stoeckel said, "Mr. Mitchell, Who Is Member ot the firm, gave tne three pocket cigar lighter and told me to go to atiil ll.n lln mwiim nn Ilia, f.mrth 'fill them with benslne. I had filled two can uf the lighter nut of the ami was working on the third when there was an explosion, A sheet of flainn almost blinded me and I remember only dimly what happened after that. I did not fully regain my sense until 1 had reached the street." The spread of the flame throughout the upper floor wat almost Instantaneous. The girl, which they rushed to the stalrwajs, found ccpe there rut off. Turning quickly to the front of tho building, the young women smashed tha glass in the panes. Horrified spectator in the strrcl looking through the hate of flames, smoke and spray could see dimly the fact of the girls framed In the windows above. Then suddenly one of the gltlt stepped .to the Window ledge, her face a picture of terror, and screamed for help. Her shriek came plertlagly clear above the turmoil below, which sudJenly turned to silence as the young form Kised aud then sprang to Urn street below. Soon after Mis I.ichstenstein' desperate leap, a Clash a if of floor falling wat heard, and I lie faces at the window dlsappvsird. Dr. Kinsley, In describing bis exp rience, satdi "I was nearby when the fire started, and when I reached the scene the sight made ray hair stand on end. Tbs) floor of the building wets a mas of f.sines and smoke wa rolling In clouds out of the windows. I cries), 'Something must be done, something must be done,' but like many other, I ua so stricken by the sight of Uuvfsee half revealed In the sixth tory window- that I could scarcely move. Com-witi'n lMen,Mlonii;:::B""'o., ready to sell her . . :no' .f ll,tV ct bldder.be It the IW,V C'm or " French governmei w' ble for the ? Pta". It I. known that .h.M.T thl country for tome the Incident and during that time P ot which resulted In tt3 1 ,l,t' of the Important paper, k storr vvnaterer truth It la a spies, 'V "J?1 . . .,e t.u let W trlekerr an.l knnwn deteellr. in .v. occasion, "there 1, "" the cleverest men at 8 nine times out of ten" AM from th. aucces.of ,!stn, tribute I. . ,! In no way It I only a short time sr. i ., , beautiful ,nd fashlonall; aap" teacher of Unguare,. son. about years of aiee ed at Kiel, In Oerm.ny t, , 7ioa of being a French spy to have entered Into s leu aSi a. Ilberately with a now . officer named Dietrich, c r t mfc slves department, for ih t ere,. cf Inducing him to dlrulge lat1M German navsl secrets. Dietrich, flattered br the of such a beautiful 0nap endear her nothing, and at the I (( ih arrest was said to httebeai,;, (jt her with tho formuU f. r tte of the Oerrrsn rc der (ono ot the mrit eB t it jet lnvjinlM.II ana Ik. ...... 3 . :. nun port mloea. To dlsf tte Ire oc cupation ho jiosed is a tci 'jCr cf languages. Suspicion c fled against her on account cf , seplt fund with which she wa t t, cro. vlded and of her fear rf k i re police the customary notice i' Vt frequent chances ot address tnww'l " s,j,rl. 8. """"l Jt A Comic Trigtdy .scr' r ti n !; ty-tw- o Ark.--Ovc- " W''h" lt w" - rJ " rail-rou- tm-polle- t-- post-offic- e, o Pr"""'.'1,' has-be- en rcisde-tnrin- """ Farmers and Merchants I lank I 7 saw 1 Clinton Street, niekra&n, Kentnckj. .1 ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositor. Other iHducements aro of aecori&krj' Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patrqaaze, M. BUCHANAN, President, 1 J. M. A. TH0flP50N, CashUr. Dr. J. M. Hubbai-d- J. J. IL Duchanan, T. A. Ledford, DIRECTORS C. Bondurant, O. D. Threlkeld, B. Isl.r, J. W. AleXiaAc, . OWKVUIl mat))' tn'e diamonds lady of wealth may possess to dock hor fingers, cars and neck. ho It always routed to covet ousness by the tight of pearls. Tlicro i some-thin- g THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO cwarA.'UvaP'f TRANSFER MONEY ' "''' ' , ' (i ; I' , ' alluring tr 5 th (Jght of a ropo or a collar nround a whlto neck, and tho ti; as. to most ofwomen Hut most they all. ctiirab! Jewel poit be largo or In quantity and Uy sr, If good, costly In tho Tho small pearls one chenp, but iNi iwd pearls-a- rt itlll tet about a Urge diamond In sccra to Improvo tho rir.g end at ths snmo tlmo to jUa.-- J cmIto icro of Its vlrtuo from Utir ct Rtborhood. Tt" pearl Is all tho more sought other after because, unllko no amount of artlfl ror.c-i- , clil treatment, such as cutting or can enhance Its bo.vj-UtK Nature's workmanship must U pffc t and untouched and tho ftirl c res to you exactly as It tatrjrs from tho oyster. On tho ctitr hand. It has this dlsadvan-Ui- . It Is llabla to discoloration ui tve enly nay Is to giro It a wit a too much tontact with 8111 that is not the only ti tk it 9 1 h suffer discoloration, Wu i'. r the famous necklace of Marie An' Mnctte, preserved In a twirl rasa In a museum, which sAtr mre of nonuse brjtan to Imj r r and had to be worn at Is"" a j In order to clvo it Its try o fctauty? T' o ta'uo of tho pearl It com-tarth that of tho most cost-V s Its price rarles with Its ! f ?n and general beautr of rr:r- A pcnrl of tho flrst "r can ne.ro aymmctrlcal fcra a tr.ooth surface, bo free l tVmlshes or frncturos, bo rnt and havo n fine while r r fid a perfect luster; and It M li;ptns that It Is raio to get w r mblnatlon. Tho perfect P Is spherical. ihaped Tho ncrfel rAw i. . Is t!i cfri aut( ltf pbenenn, gives Bono interesting flg' urcs about the number of nurtca and doctors In tho Orient. "Thero art probably," he rays, "not wore than Usfonry 100 nuM In tho entire world and thero 8Q.000.000 pcoplo in lands who havo no medical aid except missionary psyslclans. All Christendom has sent out only CS9 medical missionaries, raalo or fe male, and this body maintains 3S hospitals, 97 lepor asylums and 21 clacrca for natlvo women. "Ono physician who had no nurse to help him treated 18,000 cases in a year Eo you ice that tho cupply of tra.ncd medical assistance i3 wofully Inadequate. "In Calcutta, which hasi tho best of facilities in tho Orient, threo-fifth- a tho population die without any doctor or ether trained medical assistance In their final illness. In China, thors L0N6 DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl UCAL MANMER CUMIERUND TELEPHONE ... k TELEBMPH CO, .. IkJR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . -- Absolutely THE BEST nillionair'e Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Product!. Chase & Sanborn' Coffees and Teas. OsH on or telephone us when In ned ot GROCERIES, FRESH KEATS or FEEDSTUFF'S. pre-clo- Telephone 6. polU-.S- i. 3 Deliveries. OCXS Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS STABLISHED TOM DILLON, 1855. -- Sr., Prof. (S accessor to B. O. Ramage, decuL) 'i U riarble and Granite flonuments CURDING, HICKMAN, STON8 I I WORK : of U Jn kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY 9 titled 1" .n.7 and China. Pearl, much es- - JtotoJKM?1 t k Bn h M.. nccount of 1,8 hrdncs. I. W,lcn 11 ' Z color and of a perfect of n beautiful and form. It la worth ms st as much as pearls of tho purest while. flng of perfectly matched ... .. .r rlce.of " much noro In proportion than that of ,..r. Fc;!.r, for u mar tako to Kt ;,.er . eowUon of pearls which ore allko In i.spe and quality. A string of yellowish In-rnarU C04t" J.00. of white 125.000. ot larme pearls $30,000. and even then you k lbal rour itr,D8 ' nnyway MiqJeoa ? rc.d paI blue Bonlsh white, S!d ,pnr?,V "Ul raoit curtou" f ' " A 7 ,n.color ure n k.n0Wn' hWCVOr- - ,hBt tann. bronie. tn"a ,.WCh " by his attendant to tho bottom, seven or eight fathoms below, Killing his basket rapidly, ho is drawn up nnd repeats tho operation as often as he can. About two In the afternoon the government gunboat Arcs a gun and tho fleet seta sail back. Aa there aro no wharves, tho oysters aro carried on shore and deposited in tho "kottu" by the strong porters. As soon as the shells are deposgoing to the ited they ore counted, two-third- s w a unlquo pearl ono must go to the Hopo thero la ono. almost aa largo as n,mot "ut not qulto faultless, which I.VV '75'00- -a Pearl of 454 enrata. Aoaln. kT . n mueh ,maller on" ot 27 Hfi enrata ni"g he French crown Jowc', which Is valued tea, whero Ta seek government as their share, the other going to the boat which brings them In, At sunset tho shells aro auctioned by tho thousand, and thero Is flcrco competition, for who knows what tho lottery of chance may bring them In pearls. Tho oysters brought are then removed apart by each 'buyer and placed in his compound, whero they are carefully guarded till the sun beats upon them, putrefaction sets In and tho oyster begins to dlsgorgo Its treasure. Then the malodorous contents ot the shell are washed In vats and the reslduo yields my lady's pearls. one-thir- d " I WOE OF HINDOO WOMEN i When a Duddhlst prays be Implores his god that when ho dies he shaft not lio cursed by being born again as n woman or as vermin. That Is tho attltudo ot tho natlvo men of India toward women and against which tho missionaries In tho Orient are directing nil their energy. Dr. Eleanor Stephenson, n Urooklyn woman who has been practicing mcdlclno In India for thrco years and who will return to her work thero soon, makes nn appeal to American woinon to go out thero, tho New York Evening Telegram says. "I want tho women hero to rcaltzo what, it means to bo born In America," sho said recently. "To be born whoro a woman Is tho backbone ot tho man, his strength and help In every way! Why, out In Ahmednagnr, whoro my work is, a woman Is no moro than aq animal. Sho Is for tho purpose of raising children nnd that is all. If ho is lucky A man thinks mora ot his cow vnough to havo ono than bo does of his wlfo, "A Hindoo husband will let bis wife dlo beforo be will call In a raui bo give her medical or sur gleal treatment. That shows tho need for women physicians in tho Orient." which is an inland plateau In Ahmednagnr, about a hundred miles from Uonibay, there are two physicians, Ur, Ituth Hume and Or. Stephenson, and ono American trained nurse, Miss Johnson. Under Miss Johnson thero are 14 natlvo women who have bad some slight training and these help with the nursing. In the mission hospital which this handful of women run 15,000 were treated last year, nn average ot 41 a day. These folk have corao from a radius of about 60 miles, though iwiue special cases have come as fur as 300 miles. The fiev. Aldcn II. Clark, who Is an educational missionary at the samo placo as Or. Ste- o a IjO.000 If you wished to buy It. j ejpply tho world of women with penrls. tho V"0 Kuvcrnmcnt administration yearly pro-.-1 A n "nu"y" determining whother or not It "ovd to held by examination and a sample W'B from tho eovcrnmcnt banks. Then If the Mri-.- e biologist who Is In chargo declnrcs that the iuer of oysters warrants a fishery, the Hies like lightning through tha ast and tho tt pearl divers, coolies, merchants, pearl ami speculators idqvo as fast ns they can i" (iulf of Maunrtho ornnto nnd oriental Abounding In Pearls." Almost aa If by a town of 40.000 inhabitants arises out w io sand. There la no mnglc nbout it. for the 'SM of the town nro easily built. A rough rmiwL,rk of treo brauches Is formed nnd over ro put tho mots known aa . roc,f and wan8 "Jan formed of tho woven loaves of tho cocoa-- " or date palm. Ilut thero nro also moro pro-" js buildings erected for tho use of tho omcl!s, residency, postofllce. hospital, rourt house, while thore nro streets, lanes, street ,Ers all thii conveniences of a proper town, Br,l,locrnt tho town, outside of the om i ' aro 1,10 anil 'he disdain to do nytt'ng hut dlvo, having their own sorvnnts, no a'tend to tho ropes and keen an eyo on tho Wms brought up. wornlnK ho flahlng fleet seta out. some 00 vessels, some ot them carrying as many . divers, their servants, sailors nnd bangers- " llc" the fishing ground is reached he dlvsr lila basket, draws a long breatu. atepa on l"e eavy stone hung by a rope, and is plunged T:irc aro other pearls, however, of distorted ra"Cd bar1"o pearls, and of these tho i fAtuoua Is the great Southern Cross, which i 'trid of nine beautiful puro white lustrous Pw.s naturally formed In tho shape of a cross, ch In length, for which your offer would "y r '' gov-"oce- dlm' j is probably ono American or European trained doo tor to every million and a jialf of pcoplo. In the, United States there are 1C0.000 physicians and 22,-000 nurses, an avcrago ot one physician to every C50 people." "Of coureo wo do n great deal of actual nursing and that is most Important," Or. Stephenson says, "but another thing, which Is even bigger, is this: We chow women who have thought themselves wholly unloved thnt tomo one cares for them. They know that there Is n very small money consideration given us and that what we do is done for love. So they love us.. "When I seo woman physicians, struggling for a living hero nnd know wbnt a field ttCro is in India, 1 feel as though they must bo 'told. "Tho kind ot work .1 have been doing is a terrific appeal to tho sympathies. We have to respect caste, which makes nearly nil of our cases long standing. Ono" woman whom I treated came to 'me with her cntiro arm In a gangrenous condition. Sho had pricked her finger seven months before, ats tho tlma of her husband's death. On account of borensto sho could not so much as leavo the bouso 'for tho seven months, during which tlmo soptlcemla set In and went up as tar as her shoulder. I told her that her arm would have to bo amputated. Sho refused absolutely to part with It. and died us a result. . "Another woman burned her kneo and turned up nt tho hospital live months later with that part of her leg In terrible condition. Tho log,was cut off and the woman made a perfect recovery. "I went many miles Into tho Interior to see an Injured woman. She had fallen down a well and was fearfully bruised all over. I found her lying on tho floor grinding corn, every turn ot her nrm causing tho mast Intense BKuny. She couldn't bear to havo mo even touch her, sho was Suffering so. I told her husband sho had to bo takon to the hospital or she would dlo and he asked who would cook the bread if sho wero gone, lio rofused to allow her to go. All 1 could do was to leave a Utile medicine." Ur. SteplieuEon finds that the natives Invariably prefer using ointments to cleau dressings. Women conio in large numbers to get olnluicuts for raw sores where their husbands have beaten and cut them and thoy nro full pf gratitude, to the doctor She finds that those, of high class aro Just ns brutally treated and Just as grateful as the lowest. "Transmigration is ono ot tho strongest beliefs In India," sbo says, "and on that account the people will not kill any animal, not oven a lieu. As a result tho poor homes aro overrun with bedbugs and othor vermin, which spread all sorts ot fevers uud diseases. "And another of their ideas Is that wo don't know anything about raising babies. Hindoo mothers, without exception, give opium to tholr babies to make them sleep while they work In the fields. As a result n large pioportlon of the llttlo Hindoo babies die before thoy are a yoar old. Most of the work among tho natives Is surgical and tho obstetric cases aro tho most Interesting. Thle U because the natives have medicines of their owa, but know nothing ot tho use of the knlte." A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends AT i ADVERTISING PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLANIC EXPERIMENT Our rates tie right they 1st people know your nooda and prices are right. Run series cf hds. in this paper. If result, .how, IN THIS Lauderdale's Beat In Hickman. Hot and ooU baths; electric lights and tut, hydraulic chain and ereryUUf for comfort. Tonsorial Parlors equal, speak to us about a year', contract a a n THAT rLArt NEVER. LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY. (Cop;rtbt, ten, bj r. :i. v.) other condition, being Clinton Street Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Caie. Cash Book Store Splendid Selection LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If yon have real estate for ale, let us get you a bnyer. ADDRESS: ... New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Ctll and sea our stock. Ererythlng up'to-da- t. Notions, Etc Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Kentucky. MarvBerepdes&Company Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People wha exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service coma back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. JOB PRINTING UtJU.M0r Ula .j Aa tit .olher felIow-- Weddlnj lnvitatioo..eu aoojfsrs, cirfls, eta, ell r.elre ts same c.r.Ial B,,T, Just a litUe better than teams nccoMory. Prompt 41 W.ry alway. l"saM. JttwV.bhiaie! tieetaeal Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Reasons for Safety Tinwork-JOH- N cotton THE HICKMAN BANK Hns Capital of Surplus Fund $50,000.00 15,000.00 $65,000.00 Making a total of which stands, not as the total security, but n9 the gin of security protecting our depositors. IN mar- A GENERAL WAY fc- - Fine rain Sunday. Show at Lyric April "th. Evory night Cotton, tho plumber, Phono Oliro C II. Moor grocery business. CS. a share of your Every dollar of this must be lost before any depositor can lose a penny. This is a STATE bank, operated under the strict banking laws of Kentucky. At least four sworn reports are made each year. Its funds are protected by a modern Burglar Proof Steel Safe and Vault, and are insured against burglary and rneak thieves. Its officers and employees are under bond for the faithful discharge of their duties. All of these things, coupled with careful, conservative management, assure the patrons of that supreme safety which is the prime essential of a good bank. CowgtU's Drug Store Is the only you can get HBO. A. A. Farls niado n business trip to place Cairo, Friday. J. W. Smith spent Sunday with his son, Albert Smith, at Fulton. at tho Lyric, Congress about Juno & Is 17. expected to adjourn Ilcttora-wort- Uest flour on tho market. h Milton Salmon, of Oaktnn, was the guest of Saut Salmon, Bnturdny. C. C. Trainer.' Buy your dears HlrVman Drug Co. from Harris, at stay. Smith and wife went to Daw-so- u Springs this week for n short In WE SELL: LUMBER CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY Telephone your grocery order to W. A. Dodds made a business trip No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods to Union City, Monday. delivered. H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. Sara Salmon and wife attended hto A. Oodds' Lumber Office. funeral of Oscar Salmon, at Charles, Elvis Hall, of Pembroke, Ky Is ton, last week. hero on business this woek. Save on your shingle' bill by buy. Tho Citizens Uank of Water Valley, log direct from our mill. Yates & is preparing to build a VS,tW home. Kirk Shingle Co. M. Cast? and wife left Mondaj Fred "A little better than seems neces for St. Louis, and will bo gone severr sary" soda fountain service. Harris weeks. at Hickman Drug Co. If your groceries have not proren Tho Courier's "Want Column" It entirely satisfactory try trading with suro to find )ou a buyer. Costs )o O. H. Moore. for each word. Try It, In tho compcto with, your pres. ence t deatrea l our store. Ask tor International' and we'll surprise you with their wondrous range of All Wool Fabrics and the classiness ot their Models. are interested IFprices which none can possibly mucn YOU in fine Made-To-Mcaiu- rc Tailoring at Millet & Alexander RODE ON LEVEE. W. A. DODDS A Significant Fact Go to any dealer in secondhand machines and ask for an UNDERWOOD STANDARD TYPEWRITER that the Underwood will cott you more than any other machine In hit shop . Because the Underwoods that come to him even after month of wear are In almost perfect condition and as serviceable as new machines, He will tell you too, that he can sell more Underwoods than he can buy. Every general dealer In Typewriters knows that the Underwood will stand the wear and tear of every day business use better than any other machine on the market. He will tell you Let us show you the reason for this and you will see why the Underwood Is "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE Not a Drop of Alcohol that What a "tonic"? A the strength is medicine increases Will Delilah was arrested Saturday Ky. by Deputy Sheriff Hob Goalder, charg Klllson will entertain ituby Klscr and Sid Stewart, col ed with riding a homo on the governthe Embroidery Club Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Jnred, wore found guilty of fornication ment levee In the bottom below in Judgo Itemlry's court. Monday, and No better candy made than Jacob's. fined 120 each He was given a trial before Judge 1 ttll it all site packages. Harris, W. A. Naylor, found guilty of the The Hickman Furniture Co. has In at Hickman Drug Co. stock the most complete stock cf charge and fined J5 and costs. In Mrs, M. J. Mctheny spent a few undertakers goods. Let us show you default of payment of same he was days this week In Fulton, the guest whea la need of anything lu that remanded to the county uastlle to Jne. servo out the time. of her son, J. W. Metheny. Two Studebaker automobiles will Private Kobe Tyler Chapter V. V be unloaded at Hickman this week FISH IN REELFOOT. C.. will meet with Mrs. K. K. Hooves, for Union City partlea J. I). Wrathcr next Tuesday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Wo wonder If our readers have and John Joyner. any adequate Idea of the amount of The Hickman Furniture Co. han C. M. lllllhelmcr, a well known and .Mr. fish caught In Heolfool dles the best lino of Furniture la popular citizen of Fulton, has recelv Ira Rubles, of Hombeak. the dock West Kentucky. Let us show you cd the appointment as census rnuracr owner at Hamburg, tells us that In Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wiley spent Sat ator for the city of Fulton. March, up to Monday the 2Mb. be urday nnd Sunday in Hickman with Atty. T. N. Smith was here from had sent Mr. Hurdlck M.0O0 pound Mr. and Mm. Sold Wiley. Union City Fulton, Tuesday, attending Fiscal of fish. In 1909 Mr. Hurdlck got 900.- Commercial. Court. Glad, to seo our old friend 000 pounds of fish out of Keulfoot Misses Klslo and Laura Itryant, two nblo to be out again after undergo Lake. Neither of these counts takes In tho fish that P. C Ward gets at charming young ladles or Union City, ing a danxerous operation recently Walnut Lor. In one year, when Mr. were the guests of Miss Stella Sol' r If you get n blue mark on the up' Walter Pleasant was at moil, Sunday. per right band corner of your Cour Samurg, tho catch came to 1.260.000 While a largo body of Knight Tem- ler this week, It meami that your pounds. The fish that Hurdlck gets plars, In uniform, sat In the church subscription has expired. Kenew at from Iteelfoot Is but a small part of at Fulton, Faster Sunday, the preach- once If you don't want tho paper thn fish that ho handles. Ho handles er proceeded to score secret orders, stopped. every duy from aim to three car loads Who was tho Joko on? of fish secured from other points and J no, A. McCluru and Ford. Maddox. ships to 10 states, Ex. ThurHday night, at the residence of two and farmers O Ksq, Futrvll, In Fulton, Lee .McLean stock breeders, have fallen Into Hue and Miss Hello Nance were united In In the matter of naming their farms. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED marriage. Doth wcro residents of Those places will bo known as "Ash with Local Applications, as they canFulton. dorf Farms," Instead of place. Good Idea; Just as well name not reach the scat ot thu disease. "Tho Fightlug Parson" is a great a farm ns a Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional firm, etc. moral lesson. It Instructs tho young dlsoaso, ami In order tu cure It you to do right. Tho old It amuses and Miss Annie Leo Paschall, of Fulton, must take Internal remedies. Hall's sends homo in a better frame of and Gordon llalrd, editor of thu O- Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and mind. To bo seen at the Uric, on blurt Enterprise, weru married Hun acts directly on tho blood and mucous next Thursday April 7th. day afternoon at the Virginia hotel, surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is nut In Dyersburg. The bride Is n daugh- a quack medicine. It wus prescribed C. T. Hondurnnt received a new 30 ter of Tom Paschall, a well known by one of thu best physicians lu this b, p. Cadillac touring car citizen of Fulton. llalrd resided In country for years und Is u regular from Louisville, Friday. Ceo. Young, Fulton for several years nnd Is well prescription. It Is composed of the an expert from tho factory. Is giv- known In tho east end of thu county best tunics known, combined with the ing Mr. IJondurunt Instructions In best blood purifiers, uctlug directly on running thu machine. The cur coC Success from start to finish Is The. perfect thu mucous surfaces. about $2,000, nnd la one of the best thu verdict of the dramatic critic In combination of tho two Ingredients In thu county. speaking of W. F". Mann's latest of ferfng "The Fighting Parson" which Is what produccH such wonderful re Wui, F. Glesccko, who wus one of comes lo our local play houso April sults lu curing Cutarrh. Send for tes tho earliest of shoo manufacturer of 7th. It's Just as the name Implies, timonials free. Frank J. Cheney ft the modern St. l.ouls and of Missouri, u pastoral comedy drama with Mr, Co,. Props., Toledo, Ohio. died March ID, at tho age of 76 Win. Welsterhart as the Parson chap Sold by druggists, 76c. years, In Jefferson City, Mo., where eroned by a dramtlc company of Take Hall's Family Pills for consti ei' he had retired to live with his two traordlnary ability and stuged uuder pation. O sons who survive, him. K. C Itlco tho persoual direction of Mr. Muun MARRIAGE LICENSE. handles this celebrated line 'in Hick- himself. man, The following were granted H ouse to marry In Obion county last week: Mrs. W. S. dock-maste- John Ilrown, negro, was fined $11J lolice Court, Saturday, for conduct. Quality counts test Yates by buying A. In shingles get the direct from our mill. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Business ASK Directory FOkHATU WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prep. Ileal ot Milk and Uutter No. Home Phone McMURRY Attorneys-i- t A diuurti 7 FLAT Law Offlco over Hickman Drux Cospu? Hickman, Ky BETTERSWORTH A Groceries City Delivery; both PRATHER pLoi.-- i No. "Uest of Env II M Carpenter and B. S. ELLIOTT Contractor jou. Let me flguro wlti A. E. KENNEDY Hlckinau, Ky Fire, Life and Accident 1 Imuran" llust Companies oo Earth Phoue No. COURIER REALTY COMPANY Phont No. 21 Will sell that place and ict joo other. No business, no PVHICKMAN . u Funeral Directors -t-NITURE CO. and Emtitnurt. Phoue 20, night or IT. Hickman, Ky, OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist No. Davldsou's old stand. I'tone Hickman, Ky t ORAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunxiker's Old Stand) Lowest prices for norseshoeli Wot- Wood and Irou HICKMAN HARNESS A. J. Wrlflht, Manijer. Makers CO. and Dealers lu Hw'M Repair Work a Spa" CLAY & CALDWELL. Blacksmiths, Ulacksmlthlng and Horse Shoeing a Woodwork. spvclolty- - or tone of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? AVer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a C AyattZowdTJfen. medicine doctors cannot endorse. Without daiiy action of the bowels poisonous products must he absoi bed. Then you have fcBpttrebloou.biliouJnctt, headache. Ask your doctor about Aycr'tPIIU for constipation. Try the Courier's Want CoIumiHc per word Postmaster Stephens has requested tho Courier to make plain sumo of the rules of tho census bureau, especially In regard to answering the questions of tho enumerators, All un swers ure treated as strictly confidential and there is u penalty for divulging answers to the questions us there Is to refusing to answer it Is thy intention of the census bureau to compile statistics that will give tho resources und other interesting facts about our country, nnd the circulars sunt out by tho department emphatically declare that thu questions ure not for the purpose of Jury service, or taxation. AUsaaisBAasAassAasl wWWW wWWwwwwWV LAUNDRY -- AT- I Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest rictj iacevlllo precinct. lta.Ur. the census official" " Mr Now that wo know who will tnku the appointment . ,0I1,i, thu census of Hickman, people ure a scorching wtter " ' , Jlstrut ( asking, "what's the pay?" It la as census supervisor ( follows: " For each Inhabitant, 2 He; He maintained ..graces for each farm, 22 Ho,' 'or each estab should IIOl ue """ lishment of productive Industry, 20c; In such a manner for each barn or Inelosure containing O live stock uot on farm or range, 10c; Courtorf read the Do you for uuuh slaughter houna, 20o. O ' PUT ON WAR Thurman Kerley and Anna Wright. C. P. Fowler and Jessie LolsGlovoc , ,1 !.,ifll"M -Olllo M. Jaw, uv... - u.orou. Press Moore und Nina llelluw. su. a clothe, und made A. P Exutn and Suvanimh Cherry. the aw A. F. Forrester und .Mrs. Myrtlu test against eiium lbt Ilosu. ' PAINT- - '' power Over PRIMARY JUNE 4th. FOWLER GLOVER. Practical Fashions QIRL8' EMPIRE DRESS QUIMPE. WITH Illness Don't crHlclie your doctor because medicine prescribed deby h.m falls to have the wed effect. The prescription may have been good, A general primary of county unit form on Juno A, for tho nominations of cnndldntes for governor, United Btntcs senntor, supremo Judges, Judg es of the court of civil nppenU, comp E. R. Ellison's troller, tronmirer and railroad commis sioner, was tho plan of nominations adopted by tlio Tennessee democratic stato committee. The convention at which tho nominations will bo formal ly mndo In to bo held In Nanhvllln, Juno 10. O proc-rab- that have the power Illness. Tested drugs only are uici here, and skilled do the compounding. Vcj should have the best when combating dr-g- but ifcf ingredients dispensed Give the doctor a fair peer ihow by taking his prescrlp. licr.i O a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pare drugs of right potentcy s CASH STORE Is Prof. Fowler, one of our most esteemed and most successful young1 pedagogues, was united In marrlago last Sunday to Miss Jessie Lois Glover, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Glover, of near Woodland Mills, Hev. Waters, of Martin, officiating. Only tho near relatives wcro present Tlio wedding took place at tho elegant Glover home near Woodland Mills. Union City Nows-Ilanner, O MULES I MULES THE FIRST VICTIM. Roger Warren, who killed a follow-conviin the Frankfort penitentiary, on Monday morning may be the first man In Kentucky, to be electrocuted under tho now law, which changes the mode of lnfllctnlg capital punishment. Warrtn will bo prosecuted to tho fullest extent of tho law, and as the crlmo which ho committed was deliberate and with malice It Is regarded as certain that he will bo given tho death penalty. Tho now law, which Bays that electrocution shall take tho place of hanging, will bo effective June IE, and that Is about tho tlmo that Warren, if he Is to die for his latest crime, will be executed. The electric chair will bo located iu the Eddyvillo prison, and if the law becomes effective before Warren Is executed it is probable that he'll bo the first man to die In the chair at Eddyvillo. O ct I to Wo havo about CO bead of good work mules, ranging from three to eight years old, for sale. Also afow horses and good mares. Will soli either for cash or credit with good at all times the place to go for note. BARGAINS In all kinds of the newest and J. F. A 8. L. Dodds Co. phar-ir.acu- ts PROBABLE COAL FAMINE. Coal miners throughout tho United States generally went on a strike April 1. The union Is so thoroughly organized that strikers have closed down nil the largo mines esjieclally best merchandise DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, NOTIONS NOVELTIES, HOSIERY le iVrt'Si Cowgilf's Drug (Incorporated) Store FULTON DAILY LEDGER. thu Pulton tin Hold tbo dally ki r t pijt- -' j : ik company. Tho name ' Una own changed to that I u Ma Dnlljr I.edgcr, mid will d dtJ ' 'Is supervision of Mott Ay niul Herbert CYirr, sec - i i. is now he nolo Ttrr !. i. x iauy In that end of Uie Tho 1.4 agement i!n tr. L.-- n r it iuli ji A c I'srls I'm lorn No. 31C7 All ,.nm. Allowed Dnlntlly iletiircsqiie In the ore nero suown, wblfh as prmented in iiiq ironi view innrfn nf lid lei' cloth, the enmlro IkhIv hninir oraiuea witn dark brown and having garniture of gilt buttons, and the gulmpo U made of tucked ecru tmtlmtr. The gulrop. like the dress, Is back closing, and Is provided with wrlst- Ifmgtti sleeves wh ch show. below th eltxjw nleeies of the dress. Matel '!.; fnr film ratifi,. unit rials which can be used to advantagA for a dress of this kind nrn rhino 'lie nat few years. ' (h silk, pongee. chHltls, cashmere, nun's Infancy, tlio veiling. French flannel, lawn, cham-braa. aia l tu villi w i is iiiainiaii "A general ndvanco of 7 per cent. linen, gingham or French per cale. Tlio paUern Is cut In four on all Inside day labor. sites, from C to 12 years. For a girl Two dollars for outside day labor. O or 10 years the dress requires 3V4 An ndvanco of G cents per ton on yards of material 36 Inches wldo. A NEW BRAND. coal. screened The gulnipfl renulres IK vnrdu ac coal Four cents on k r.J of ii Ik ti t riding has nji- - Inches of tn r fli-Ii- Pennsylvania and West Kentucky which sourco Hickman Is al dependent for her supply of Knowing Hint the strike was almost Inevitable, our local dealer, A. A. Fnrls ordered $20,000 worth of coal n month ngo to be shipped to this city, but succeeded In getting only one barge before the tie-uThis cannot supply thu town many moro doys rhen wo aro up against a real coal famine until tho miners' troubles aro adjusted. There Is no way of telling bow long tho mines will bo shut down It may bo two weeks, It mny bo six months. The proposition submttted by the miners tq the operators Is substantial ly as follows: In UNDERWEAR, FANCY GOODS LADIES' FURNISHINGS MUSLIN UNDERWEAR from most coal. .CHILDREN'S FURNISHINGS MEN'S WEAR, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, Etc HOUSE FURNISHINGS, HOME GOODS DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN BARGAINS NEW GOODS In great variety, the newest styles and best quality, coming in all the time and rapidly sold at BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH. You can save many dollars by making your purchases at their store. - pick-mine- .... t - .. Itroft . . .. . . . riuiAli'ul llinl .1... u i.vtnnga laced over tlio to-i- t ii have Imtii stolen. Tlio re- vii snrt cents ..,,'7!'"'.!" P"m of this10 pap-- r. "An advance of four cents on DrtMrlmsnt," n in. nun nnu tuiarr coal. plainly, and b screened machine-minesurti to sl and pattern. 5?. ''rn (pick mined.) COME AND LOOK ! nuinbrr of NO. 3187. NAMR BJS.B. "An advance of three cents on mlu run, machine-minecoal." They say a play without a love story Is uninteresting. "T!he Fighting Parson" has not broken this rule for through the entire production a beautiful lovo story Is told. Good sub stantial lovo of the lasting kind. This with Its pathos and comedy has made "The Fighting Parson" one of the season's successes and every where where It' has been produced met with Instantaneous success from both an artistic as well as financial standpoint The ministry recommend It because It teaches a moral lesson of right and wrong, yet does not of fend the sensitive but sends ono home with a feeling of contentment for having seen it. Managers Dillon & Cox of the Lyric, offer it to their patrons for their approval on Thursday April 7th. 'i( cot la ft. k inr of llm lender ritanf sml uta win do much toward cur on TOWN xii.i . .!... many tobacco bama -Ml HTE7 and no BTATB f SHAKE IT OFF. w- i Youraelf nf linn - a . . . a Hickman Citizen Shows You How, ftm't bear That and Hard Work. Diligence Is tho mother of food far. Bun. tun Cervantes. We can save you from $1.00 to NEW GARNISHEE LAW. $2.00 thousand on your shingles. Yates & Kirk 8hlngle Co, Hickman. Retail merchants, venders of all O sorts of provender, and grocers moro especially approve of a bill which was When Fame Comas. enacted into law at tho recent sitting To the great explorer comes a radi of the State Legislature. It provides ant goddess bearing in her arms prop- that If any ono earns as much as ositions that be go Into vaudsvllls, K0 per month, of same can that h write feature articles on lore bo garnished and collected for a prov marriage Sunday papers, one-tent- en debt and all money in excess of an income of $E0 per month shall also bo held subject of 'garnishment As right WTongs no one these provisions of the law aro certainly to be commended. Mm. of a bad unnecessary burdens. back aro unnoc- - t of thotn. boa i Kidney I'HIs euro bad backs i-- rl n Cum lots iuic, wink and achlug backs; cury form of kidney Ills, of local endorsement to provo Save 5 on your Grocery Bill and for the that he allow hit picture to bs used to advertise everything front corn cures to hair tonic, that he be Jut's in a beauty contest, that he marry any one of five thousand fool females, that he contribute to the support of ten thousand professional beggars and a hundred mors propositions of the same ordtr. And this Is fame!" he sight. No," answers the goddess. I am Notoriety. Fame won't be here far a century." Try our "White Frost rL'cttersworth & Prather. Flour." o o o o A. M. TYLER o o Attorney at Law I am now o located at Padu-ca- o o but will continue to prac- o o tice In the courts of Fulton o o county and will be In Hickman o o every 2nd and 4th Monday. o 6 ooooooO Oooooo h, Ooooooooooooo . O H"ro Fctbe, of ItFD No. 1, of 8. -(It 1 1 II V J i. IUI I. IQUCh ... fnvm In aM.vt u. wiiu - muuv tor lOUio tiuio I suffered frnin 1f II UlLL'iJ 1 I. II T..- Hclitd -- suverelv and uu UVKOUUV I OI rnnlil IUU .vvy Our coupon system Is being hearti seaming ly endorctt? by everyone. This It ,u iiuhsbko. i ion general- an ratio mid m discouraged lu evident from the Increase In our busi - iunB reiici wnon uoan's Kid- - ness. And whyT Because It i wuro brought to my atteu. Procured n hnv n llnlm X. ..tUK moro and tiiov roi ov 8AVE8 YOU 6 PER CENT. o in.tantly. I am still (nklne YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. wins wmi my wnolo system twirtv . . . iuueu up anu strengtboncd." PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU For i4l0 by GET. all dealers. Prlco 60c. trMlburn Co.. lluffalo. N. Y.. MAKES YOU MORI ECONOMICAL. ior mo United SUtes. embcr the namo Doan's and QIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER 1 . ..UubU mf ioiiis. ino Kiuncy w wcro pruiuso uuu ... crs..t. ...... .tuujiiuuifa uy a ... Law. Before the Purs-Fooe Jelly am going to make dear," says the young wife. "And I want tn make it llko your mother used to make It" Well, I hardly believe you can," re plies the young husband. "Mother owntd a Jelly fttctory, you know, until the pure food law was passed, and she Jtlly out of made pure pumpkin rinds, glucose and coal-ta- r flavoring." Summer Cooking ON A DETROIT 1 crab-appl- crab-appl- O GASOLINE STOVE I REASONS FOR LAWLESSNESS. I. George Ilanlon, serving a llfo son- touco for the murder of Corporal Ho has1 of Louisville. sorved eight years. MORE FOR HI8 MONEY. II. Jnuu'8 Rone, serving a sentence of twenty-onyears for tho killing of Charles Savery, at Howling Green, Ho has Bcrved eight years. o III. James Shoots, serving a sentence years, for tho killing of twuuty-onENABLE8 US TO SELL FC.1 of a man named Murphy, In Trlmblo MONEY. LESS county, lie Iuih served four and ono- TO BE NO BAD ACCOUNTS half youra.' PAYINQ TO SAVES US A BOOKKCCTRS SALARY. CHARGED CUS-TOME- IV. Will soon . have 18 houses are going like cakes. Let me sell you a lot or a house arid lot on V terms. This is your anco to own a home. Do Dot Put U off or you will 'ver have one. I have .b,0u" to rent. See me at Lots Oil Mm YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GROCERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF GROCERIES AND FRE8H MEATS IN HICKMAN. SAVES YOU 6 AND AGAIN PER CENT. TRY IT ONE MONTH ltiley Little, serving n sentence of years for killing Marlon Hall, iu Floyd county. Ho has serv- od five years. twenty-ono This is the best and safest stove on the market today no danger, no smoke, no heat, and our guarantee : We will put the stove in your house and you to try it one week, if not satisfied we will take it out without any cost to you. ThpHn men were released Wednes day from penitentiary by the Prison Louisville Post, Commissioners, nm. Phone No. 7, or 173 RUSSELL JOHNSON Hickman Grocery Co., A few more Gold Fish at Helm & Ellison's. Come quick if you want them. Popular prices. O HICKMAN HOW. CO. (INCORPORATED) At tho Methodist' church next Sunday will bo Sunday School at 9 MS a. m., preachnlg at 11 a, in. and 7:30 p. m., by tho pastor, Hov, O. W, Wilson, A geuoral uivlUtloa U glvou. FOR HAPPY HOMES ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Wkat t v Ts sections INTEREST-DEARIN- Goitiii mi In Different to I 4 i LITTLE ADVICE TO MOTHER AND THE GIRLS. ncntticky. WARRANTS. INCR ASE IN ASSESSMENT. 'AsisSsetf Value. of Property af esuth- " ern Paemc Co. increased Measure Providing (or Them Becomes a Law Without Governor Signature. " f $4,000,000. firoUSe" " mil NS. county; requiring certain qualifications .tOr mine foremen. House Bill No. sn Plrtle. Hardin coun-'tof to provldo for .trustees for counl7 acsdema--a and scmU natles. ct Other, bills signed by the governor n Incrtwse trf .jvor tlie slgna-,- ! Frtnfcfort, wu mnilo In tho hsscsjiikmU turo of oot. wiumn mo measure pro warrants,, of thoHiropTrty of tho Southern l'a- viding for InterctfibearJnK f;clflc Co. by tho state board of valupassfdd by tho .urft'euerarnssctn ns "1 . ation nnd assessment, which comprises bly, became a law flnv U'lllismr wasmraftFto slim ihc lAuJttor James. Treasurer Farley nna rlrctary of State linincr. After tho bill bTreasurcr 'Farley! nhfJnrccJ to disapprove It by Auditor James. board mooting Secretary of State Farley. Insists that It will bo nriuwr stated that the, board hid . a means ot satisfying the creditors of tossed tho Southern Pacific Co. 2 per tho state, and save a credit for tho cent on Us capital stock, which wm stale which has been Injured and tho more than was allowed by law, but In stato refused credit within he last this Auditor J amen Mid ho, was misTaken, as he says tho law provide! week. Under the provisions of tho bill that tho nssesametit shiill bo not lost amounts owed tho stato over $3,000 than 1 per cent. Ho added, however, will bear 4 per cent Interest per an. Hi at the assessment could bo $50,000,- num; over $500 5 per .cent per annum, 0Q0, If tho board say fit. Tho assess- , and under $500 6 per cent per annum. ment was left tentatively at $13,000,-000but about $12,000,000 ot this The blgest surprlso of tho week was the announcement by McKwulo Todd. amount will havo to conio off for Tho board Is ot Gov. Wlllson'a private secretary, that tangible property. tho resolution providing for tho ap- tho opinion that tlfo assessment of pointment of tho Good Roads Com- $12,000,000 In Jefferson county It much mission", which was pakscd by the sen- too low, nnd that tho assessment In ate after so much hard work on tho Jefferson county should run up to $50,- , 4, last night of tho. session, was not .en- 000,000. I rolled, and that tho .commission) can PREACHER AWARDED $1,600. Tho appointnot become effective. ments were among the, most deslrablo that could bo handed out by tho pre- Colored Pastor of Church at Midway Gets Judgment far False Arrest. siding offlccrsi qf tho two houses, bc.j cause these places practically Insured Lexington, Ky. Hev. Anthony Da of theso members, as the they would havo been sent back to vis, pastor of a negro church at Midcompl'cfo'tho work that thoy had start- way, was awarded damages hi the rum ed. There will bo no Good Hoads Com- of $1,600 against tho Aetna Indemnity Co., of Maryland, by a Jury In the mission. court here. In August, 1907, the Tho 'purpose of House Dili 301. approved by Gov. Wlllson, Is to forco description of a negro jreacher who the eradication of scabblcs and other was wanted in Louisville on a charge of stealing a horse nnd buggy was tel arid:llvo slock. diseases ephoned here. Later the desk srvcant bills approved follow: The police headquarters was notified Hopkins at Srnatr 11111 No. 191 Solomon.' apparatus from Danville that the negro wanted county; tCLjrovlde for the Inspector of Mines ami hti assis- Was On the Cincinnati Southern train. , . tant. V" Calloway; Patrolman Michael Murphy was sent No. Senate a' providing for i court house and Jalln out to the depot. He came back with Calloway county. Rev, Davis, who seemingly answered Houm nill No. 44 P. W. Ilerksblre. Da--vl county, providing for tho changing tho description. Davis protested that of time of holding court In Daviess coun. bo was Innocent Ho was taken to ilouvnill No. 12 Chlnn. Mercrr coun- Louisville, and proved ho was. not the ty, appropriating tllO') for the Colored man wanted. Patrolman Murphy, was KHte Normal School at Frdnkfort. Haure Jtlll No. luS Myers. Kenton coun. killed n couplo ot months later and ty. to provide the manner ot holding cir- Davis brought suit against tho Actm cuit courts In countteshavlns cities of 'company,''WB-lcwas on Murphy's .'. .' , the third class. c'r-cu- lt EJ-IJ- nn. y; Frankfor&JCyl-JA- TWO OFFICIALS 1 ZJL Of Defunct Hopklnslllle Concern 'Are Indicted By Grand Jury. St were: SBenat,3m j Dill No. 5. by for condemnation of property for pnunlclpal purposes lq cities of the .fourth class. Y Senate JBM No. Jill, by Mr. Eaton To (regulate the Improvements In second- cliiu cities by providing for Improvement districts. uSenatollIU Ni. bv ilr. Donaldson Tp annelid Section 37of. Kentucky statutes, so as to allow towns to lease wharf privileges for five years, tenate Dill No, ITS, by Mc Taylor To amend Sections TS and TO. Kentucky statutes, by providing for,ftnlnr l roads for failure to cqrapl" with that ' section, flloune Bill No. IS. br Mr. Lewis To regulate the time of holding circuit courts In the Twentieth Judicial DMricr, aiousfl Kill No. OS. by Mr; Hunter Flaclng misdemeanor cases on same footing with felony cases In order that pr--i ons charged with minor offenses can bo same .ttlt nt thefound. court In which Indict-wwav .'House Hill, No. 10. by Mr. Moss To define the crime of abortion and prescribe a penalty for It. jHouse Dili No. 121. by Mr. Drown Providing for the election of town marshals hi cities of the sixth class. iSllouso Hill No 1M. by Mr. Hlnes Arranging the time of holding courts In tho .Blvhth Judicial District. iBHouse Dill No. 301, by Mr. Coleman-- To establish Interstate quarantine relative to nlmnl. and providing for "of, Mate and federal oMclals to eradicate lUseose - House Dill N'o, S31. by Mr. Gartln-- To Increase the fees of county Jailers by amending Section 1730, Kentucky statutes, House Dill No. 230. by Mr. Carter To ,chfinge the time of holding court ill the ..Twelfth Judicial District. lng House Dill No. 331. by Mr. for payment of road work expenses couniy treasurer. . House Dill No. 3X1. originated, by Committee, on Judiciary To amend and Section 2Kt, Kentucky statutes, "mechanics and material men." He disapproved of House Kill No. 103. hy?Mr. Price, ttr securer the registration of plumbers and Inspectors of plumbing and --t drainage. Wyatt-Pro-kTldlng ' . , " Mr. i 2. tho-ral- HbpklnsVnio, Ky. The grand Jury returned Indictments for cmbcKfo- ment and obtaining money under false pretenses against II. II. Dotqr-vlllformer president and general man&ger, and J. D. Galbreatb; former secretary and treasurer ot tho Acroe Mills and Elovator Co. Two of the Indictments charging them with money under false pretenses allege that by misrepresenting )he financial condition oi tne mm and ma'VImr falso and imnroncr entries on the, books, the defendants prpvallcdon tna'poora ot aircciors-i- o aecisre wo tour per cent dividends, both men , profiting thereby. e, Prudence Blandish Points Out 8 6 me side, and tap his heart (also to to Shortcomings Common to Her Sex speak) with n atcthosropo. Proper Treattnent.of Father, Thero It n good big thing In the Two big thlngt tho happiness m, and the Boys. of Iho girl they Invo and tho honor They don't tnko hearA man who felt I had rappedhls of tho family io x rather sharply on ono occasion, say alone about the courting young "; man. They also him up with their suro laid recently; "Your talk for father nnd thJ'Ws man knowledge of men, and he's got to bo a pretty good thing to stand the tvns nil rkht. but why not a'llttle'ntl If ho docs stand It, you may quotto for mother nnd tho'Rlrlsf I test go Into homes" nnd thcnensuctl a be tolerably cure that he will make chaptor of tho minor tins ot tayfsox n pretty good husband tor Lucy nr which rnuspd ma In truly thlntrl I Jane. If ho doesn't stand It well, tho remembered tho homes I myself ilflt quicker ho Is gotten rid ot tho better, my own the dolBRs ! Hut this nlco senso of moral discrimination must sometimes bo k matter of every femalo In my family. "Moth er and tho girls'' must bo talked to j of training for tho father and brothtold how thoy mutt treat father, and I ers. If tho men folks In tho family tho boys In order to bo popular nt hear of untofty Ideals, how can they homo and nbroad. I must carefully ex encourntfo lofty ones? It Is up to amino tho motes In nil tho ryes I mother and tho girls, thon, to show know my own Included and tall my the pattern ot tho man who It wantwomen readers tho llltlo reasons for ed In tho family by only raiting and many great cases ot domestic Infe- welcoming decent and worthy men. Thero should be no drawing-roolicity. however C D. Gibson has caricatured the chairs for the blackgunrd, who bat American mother and daughter, drawn vast hit fortune. Tho man In tom4 too t truly pitiful pattern ot tho American gotten his monoy world easily, askance, looks papa. Ho Is a tiny, worried, sad old way nt which the man, burdened with tho enormous re- should not bo encouraged at n visitor, sponsibility of an extravagant family lost the day coma when, as son Tho wlfo and daughters, are Junos and husband, he turn his hand to a and Vcnuses, always dressed In tho deal that may land him In Jail. The latest style, who may caro for poor gay man, who It essentially a social popper, but who certainly don't scorn ornament nnd Indifferent to tho finer to. They fly from dinner party to feelings of woman should also be ball, and comctlmet drug tho sad old tabooed; If bo hat broken one girl man, who would rather be at home, heart, ho It pretty lively to break hit with them. They schema for a great wlfo's In time. And as to ruero talk F.ngllsh marriage for Lucy or Jane. ot making n "good marriage," It It nnd rcjotco about tho prospective cas-tl- stupid In Iho extreme. Tho good and coronet, when, doubtless, poor marrlago Is tho one which unites two old pop would much rathor have the persons suited to ono another, which scnslblo young roan from Chicago. bldt fair to be conducted on the bawho Is bound to mako'hlt way, for) sis of peace, entire trust and eternal his con They spoil the spend good tense. So much for the matter of Lucy't thrift boys In tho family and mako father. In every domestic coup, a unit or Jano's husband, no matter to what they belong. Mothers This overworked, unhappy, home-- ! clots, belittled father has hit prototype In ' and daughters In any sphere rauittet many classes. Something of tho moth j a high standard ot moral excollenco er may be found in every third wife, i for all men. and wbllo they are doing ana tne qualities of tho daughters are thlt they will bo Improving tho homo found everywhere. In tho girl of me- condition, whatever It It. And now a word concerning the obdium means, In tho bank clerk's daughter, the day laborer's. Kxtrava- ligation that every mother and1 daughganco, tho madness to spend beyond ter owes to her home. Try, beg ol ono's means, Is the American disease you, to make It sweet and dear to your way la of the moment; the daughter ot the men folks, tor this Is the only emigrant even grows up to despite hold husbands and brothers. Don't the ways of her father. Wo are a always think of gallivanting, but strive swift and Imperious race tho least every night to bo so much to the men little money and power, and we, think of your family that they will noirr ourselves IT. Wo fancy we haven't think ot going outside for entertain MaKo a pretty toilet for dinner, Umo for tho worrying mcnL gavo us tho start, whoso and greet the toller, husband or broth folk who alhearts nro often broken and whoso er, with smiles. Mako them think means, big or llttlo, ns frequently ways thr they are I good and great, you thoy ruined by our follies. Mothers must and If they aro not, asturo more, loo have money to keep up with tho pars- will try to be thlt, and you ing show, daughters' flno raiment and Tho best husband and brothers could ever know, at any rate, thy are amuioment, whether school keeps or bound to be. not, for popper. And tho mora mpney they spend tho moro Illogical they nro concerning tho eligibility of tho young man who shall marry Into tho family. A New Idea. And hero I cemo to tho greatest danger that threatens both .mother Tho Idea ot supplying each guest and tho girls. Now, It you wnnt to with a perfectly now pleco ot soap know what sort of stuff thero is In a wrapped and sealed, steadily gains In man you must set a man to watch favor, to that now the best erodes blm. Wlto as they are, women don't ot toilet soap can be bought In know all tho lus and outs ot inatcu- - "guest tlie." bal-ancshort-comingbread-winnin- lino nature. One hour with Hob, the big brother", or" half that time with would put popper, the tho prospective wooer In tho right place. They skato over alt tho trills of mannor tho young man shows to the ladles; they tots htm In a blanket, so to fipcak, nnd see how ho falls. They crack open his head and look ln hanl-wbrkc- Pass Alojig That Dr. Pierce' to-da- 1 The Good Word Golden Medical y Discovery it and has, for over 40 year been the standard HJeod-pun- '. fye, StjOniach Strcncthener Liver Inviaorator sold by druKfrjsti. It'i not a secret nostrum but a medifctnc of known competition a medicwie to v aJ Rood that the bct pliyrfcaris prWcribe t fOknowfrie that its InRredfentjivliich arc pnnted on its outside wrappers and attested undcr'oatli, are the bett known to medical science for the diseases for 4l r which it It advised. The ereat lueertt nf TV V!r.i. Golden Medical Discovery in rutins i.,t. weak lungs, and obstinate and lincertnc coughs, it based on ,tc ojinitionof the fundamental truth that cry" Hipplie. Nature with body.buiIdinR, making materials, in condensed and concentrated form. help Nature nippl.es the necessary strenj-tto the stomach . a Ke,t foci, tin the body and thereby throw oB stinate coughs. The "Discovery" the nutritive organs In sound health, purifies and enriches the bUl and nourishes the nervcs- -in short establishes sound v.Ccrom It your stealer otTsrt tometlitat "lust as It .My b.M.r FOR HIM- -lt pa,, better. But foi . Iffi. of the our not Me ire.t.r profii, ,a ih.r.', noUlIo4 ," sm good" for you. Say " to. Vt. Plrrce's Common Srnit Mrdu-s- A.l.Ir t m.u r..i i .. .. ",n " ', ' SlmDllfid.. 10TH ovtr 700 liberations, ' nessly revid i. : r ....l thJlSS i'"' h u!u d?S S fS psprr-boun- hound. 31 sump MADE pts sent for 21 . ! me-crtamps, to cuvtt of milling Addtrw Dr. R. V. Pierce. IMslo, N V ct h. , UP HIS MIND QUICKLY "I Th. InnA,... believe,-sai- d Prospective Juror Evidently Wat Not Favorably Impressed with Prisoner's Appearance. In n southern county ot Missouri, years ago, when the form at questioning was slightly different than now, much troublo was experienced tn getting n jury In a murder trial. Finally an old fellow answered every question satisfactorily; ha had no prejudices, was not opposed to capital punish- v Jtiim. tbo Want kiUlu .., n.liln a an a, I a " "Yes." refilled Mist PssVfttsMit K Mil.. . nm i ii rii. war vu. i U(ia iu lirroti(N i. SU ' ucjuuitnci tl' to tar i f n " irammritM br tlm rct u lat"; fultivi whrn nnn U r untaught by it n'ec L::h. for , ment and was, generally, a valuablo find. Then tho prosecutor said, solemnly: "Juror, look upon the prisoner; prisoner, look upon tho Juror." The otd man adjusted his spectacles and peered at Iba prisoner for a full half minute. Then, turning to the court, he said: , "Judge, durn It I don't believe he's guilty." Tho unconscious humor otlt so convulsed the court nnd evoryone else, except tho prisoner, that the loss ot another Juror was overlooked. HE KNEW. , Int Ser Tlie RIVER OF vsfcsl IN Ur tmrt of rr lllr ll rlr, ellkrrll, lb. mitt trrsns liralik ( kami Mill .( ,,(,, ).; iWr I. Ill (hi)l U ml dl....r, ladra Ik alkrr. urn rrmrar far Ik IM r r tkrnt.lx ittm. mi S un.iurun ll ADOAIliDIIi -- IMMONS Bwria I Ike kind thai f rrakraa aa4 aalrk. ma Ik furilm is. mmI rarpa.rlr ikal likl Ik, tialllr vt Ulr far Ika altk. s tiKtrinut.v hiimii!s la aallkr aa; alkn inil'Ol Ml k,aata aardlrlar. II Mark Slffrr. rallr. II rrarkra la eat Ikmik ad delta llll II erarirelra I.Ik, aa4 arel af the dl.rar Ik aprlacitl allL vl ( IUIHIH.1 . atk.l .M rmIl'lt a.t. .a alWffaa. TH rat .'.rafr-. .llifir..ilk,hu.1ulli.: ul- i.i ll.a t.lll Ikla, II mm - Ike rrr Ikmal . jMai-a- tl- tar Make the Liver Do its Duty Niae tiss !a tts lire As tnt ' rV totsach sad bowtb sta ns'X it CARTER'S UTTLE Mings This Is 'a bard, hard, old world. Hangs So you'vo been thrown out of an automobllo too, eh? (aajaaaaaT'sSistas smdr but rm!r cesvi UVER PILLS ZlZu.iM .UUon. IOdifSMfi SaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV CARTERS -- nt Frankfort, Ky. Mclvln Hadclirf.' 36, a negro convict in tho penitentiary, was killed by Itoger Warren, 27, alne-gr- o convict, wbllo In tho dining room at breakfast. Warren left his scat at the table, walked across the dining room, caught Hadcllff by tho hair, and, before .the guards could get to him to prevent blm, he had cut IladcllffTs throat. Tho negro died In a short time. Danville, Ky. TrafTlc was delayed on 'the Queen &' Crescent route six hours by a wreck in which 19 freight cars and a cabcoae were smashed,'it Sloan's Valley. Tho air brakes faljJ to work ' and tho 19 cars' ran down grade at fearful speed, and whena string ot empty cars struck tho tars wcro piled one upon another three hlzn. ijj-. v-- I Two Smart Costumes W IsolBIIIV IIVER 1 i Dussell-Pro-Jvtd- Unpublished Utterances. Herein It tet down a hitherto unHMdsch., tod Diitrtu iftsr Est" published utterance ot Kmcrson, There Dm -" rws Saaan PA S- -U It no doubt ot Its authenticity: "An GENUINE mud Ur kcmw a boodoly boodejy boodrly boo, dood-cldoodply dool" It wat bit favorite way ot addressing babies, Cnrlylo Invariably addretscd babies thus: "Kookey kookey kookey koo, kookey A RenuxlsMe lastotioa kookcy koo!" Occasionally he varied NO II0MSC Kft crrnnpriVC that with: "Kcckey "keckey keokey 's kee, keckey, keekey keel" conversation with babies was Sir Too this: "Too HOIIOWI Francis Ilaco'n'a was simply: "Klklk." KNOWH VMS David Ilumo sold: "flool" Charles t,a , L.M,MnTakwBSiii Dickens used to say: "Ilcao, taln't oo t. .mi., yaph n Itty bit!" Sir Isaac Newton "iSsiii.Sl HIWHSyaa "llowdydoogums!" to say: used Ueorgo Kllot used to say: "Cunnln' Directory slnl llurdlol" IMck. 5y Shake-spearero-toy- ! Uoa, Mcmnhis . . rnifciil CO.. n tho bill providing appro-prlatlon ot money for tho Colored Nor mal Institute, of this city, Gov, Will; son vetoed Sections 7 and 8, which provided $1,000 fur new sidewalks and $1,200 for tho president's fipme. .While tho governor said that ho 'felt certain that theso were needed, yet at tho same tlmo ho thought tho school csulddo without them for a while In, ho appropriation Is an anuu'aP $3,000 appropriation for tho Colored Normal school. . By signing this bill tboso In terested in tho bill for tho Stato university, at taxlngton; tho Western Normal school, at Howling GrecnMand tho Eastern Normal school, 'at' feel cortaln that Gov. Willion 'will now approve of their measure, or,-thFilch-tnon- j: JiCxIngton, Ky. Charles D. McCar executors thy and Louis A. Scott.-'iui- . will of tho U'to Father- - Jume P. Harry, petitioned the Fayetto clr-culttcourt to determine tho lielra ot i An Exception, "There Is ono thing I. like about lllnks, Ko matter what he does, be comes out In tho open to do It." "I know ot ono action ho always is careful to tlo under cover." "I dare you to nutnc It." ''Going homo In tho rain.'' Whether from Colls, Ilttt, Stomach or Nervous trouhlrs. Ilia ochts ixra speedily rsllsvod by Csnudlns. It's lininadlolalr, 10, to take K(rtf-ttnd Uo at Utui; Stores. IJoulil-plaas-snt s n ! ' n.ialMStl I., t 1 ' aaaaasssssasaaaaaaaaai I Nf son's ,,v' l.nllll ,,m'. (I... torofsOoiisutetsB i n" V".. sT tho;nptcdireJa'te that the reaJdueOf tho estate, amounting to about $5,100, may bo distributed. There are claim ants In England, Irelaud and' tho United 'Stubs. Loulsvlllo,. Kyi The I'coplo'g. Iwnk, of tills city, was notified of its admittance Into tho National Federation ot Remedial Loan societies by tho Hus soli Sage Foundation. Work on tho new bank building will begin within 'i the next month. f For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. 4T .. CsVUJO ........ s -- n!J. -.- fckx & WOOL rntmi SMr't-.'"- It Is easy for tho man who novor woro a dress suit In his life to blamo all tho discreditable things ho bears on polite society. Tho rich, as wo reckon them, and amoug them tho very rich, In it true scnto would be found very Indigent and needy. Kmcrson. Cloth Costume. Tobacco brown box-pla- I tsi at ss saw runs rras . SCHEIBLEH i.,..lhl CO. B ts lljKstsa. - o.if.i.iHtiT.c .BsnsUrd, Its-i- s n. niuaiw ... Nr" O. ' Louisville, Ky. In the arrest, of John Riley, colored, the police believe they have cught tho negro who has been terrorizing white women In tho West Knd by attacking them. The ne gro wns scantily clad when arrested. Olbsop. Ky.Joiopb. IiOUlsvllle, ajted 12? shot his playmate, James Wright, in the right side. An Im.ne , the doctor states, will dtahteiw-utloiito b,e ti BectKryJf the boy.'s saved,. , The, sUpotlng,socc.iTcd on n J. M. Barnott, of San Francisco, has begun a $25,000 dumage suit here agulnst Mrs. Fannlo Morgan and her husband, I. It. Mor gan, alleging that they havo alienated his wlfo's affection?, and caused her to desert him. Owonsboro, Ky. JU ground at the east end of tho city, ridge. Gibson w&3 arrested. tiaM sorgo looks very well made up Ilka our model, which has tho skirt cut walking length, and trimmed by a down tho front Tho coat rather suggants a Husslan In stylo; It has a panel taken dawn, back and front, braided at thq. edges, with buttons Georgetown, Ky As the pffaprlhg and or In groups of sewn threes, these 70, of the marriago ot Ilobert Sparko, also trim tho sleeve. Hat ot soft felt, to MaUIu Kelly, of middle age, both ot trimmed with ostrich feathors. Stamping Gioiind twin boys.camo. Mr, Materials required: Seven yards Sparko was a cou federate soldier G2 Inches wide, three and under command of W. C. P, Ureckltt; 4ozcn buttput, one dozen yards braid, one-half it TILTH CUIIKIi IN O TO 14 VWH, Vk7& (IIMMKNT lasustsDlMxt to run tni rss deep yoko, tQ which thp lowor part Ii of llr bins. mind, lllmrflnii ur I'rutruaiDs I'll la slightly fulled, a wavy design In brnld Slu Itdsisuruitfu rafuoJcU. WW. lng forming tho trimming. Tucks art dvo truth a squaro deal and It will inado on the shoulders bt bodice, while tht) front, back and oversleeves not bo crushed to earth. aro braided, cropodechlno forming IIAVIH- - l'AINKII.I.lCH has no aub.lllula. So uikar munlf la so rffretlTS s tho and yoke. fur m.uuiill.ui, luiubaa-u- ailSii.a. ruralfla ol Materials required: Seven, yrdt aolaalsa; avru ful up lu XIo.Hni sd4 Wo buiuas 4$ inches Wide, two Cox.cn, yards' faia, Vanity Is due to a leak la .one's wisyard dom tank. undcr-sloeve, throu-tourtPcrcpe-doculn- Home Dress. For practical home wear, no style could bo more useful than thlt, In either firm cloth or cashmere. The skirt Is mado with a very Light to Banish Sorrow. Sorrow dwells longest whore the sun Is shut out, Florida Tlmus-Unlu- Himnhis Umbrella toflliO. Ci mut.ollf4J IUOIH- n .Urn , rIrtiV estudsr punll. S04 8. Miln Btfsst. .one W.T. DAViai ,. 5w HINDUS ALARMED of AND ASTIR WELLi jKIDNEYS WELL KEEP THE. BODY 8presd Whole Christianity Threatens Structure of Hinduism Overthrow. sub-strat- a With When tha kidneys do tbclr duty, tho blood Is filtered clear of uric acid and States in a ur wer a Postmaster war -w- ntnilvo Rlcmn Is tha nnlV ' (rpabttcan racmbor of tho bouto from Thin, U nf course, n IVflalL admlnlitrstlon, So when any (elf la Virginia wants anything he to til It'i much harder ,fit door neighbors, kr conitltucnts In any event, 'cm for i ... Af"" Hit!- hao u racier a problem The town of Ilrlitol la split il trtaeen Vlrctala and Tennciaco., tiprutnU'lre Ilrownlow of Tennes-pflike Sletup, li the lone Itopub-ja- a from hli itato. Whlto Ilouio Is divided. For 40 years a fttstiitean hss been postmaster of tfitol Ilrownlow wanta a Tennes mis to be poitmaiter. Hut toe prcsl-if:- t hit appointed a Virginian to the The appointment atill lacks jUte. Ktitt unction, o that Ilrownlow lii tot (Itren up hope. Slemp Is cSIm, for the reason that tho considering his man's name. it sen-inUn- cos to Slemp. Jait no Blomp Question of Ethics Raised in House iVC J? lies Itrprsfrntatlvo 4 Ul SIIKHI.EY was making a speocb In la the house several days ago ..I... r .If., ff I ............ Clayton .k. arose Sherlcy -- Certainly. Mr Cltjton-T- o say that the gen- ,S1R from HnnrrlA Vila nnnvftMoMv Mr I ir:i Mr .a mi -I nnr nrn.nnT Sberlejr- thought tho gcntlo- I Jlf Vr Clajton wanted to ask the Si or Sherter I would rather go on remarks but Just ask tho Kr Clayton so ' Sv falling la That ts to say, does OMSMM ( aaa Eia circumstances goes to co nas money, within four Hli U4HU to fall: I am In an position: let me have ucuiand dollar nnd I will nrpfrr vo you tninx any sano man m. "I am about cttrraiird Ln.iiuiiji c iiiii niiu ur- m. Of . .on commerce. atllfh Ttlirfnn nf ftMn, la n mfim. juat about to lirrln Ha after- . irnaje commutes . CUlrtnan .jij, lh,otiiaiui wruuui. uniuu. . . . I, m ... tt . .1 . VI .. . i.J a vuu 4 1 u ill i i;u. frtwntiy Hurton pulled a cigar from mo in it, rose ana pocsei. Mj, itla mum luwiru r i jc, ""'i "i - "Well. Durton." said Ihn Mntna ttnn. m hiuu tu uu juu uat o una Darton held his cigar &snip asd foreflnccr Ilka between his a tmr lp.trn. "Ab, E!rton tilt ho said, "I, have lUHUt ntllr r vrlnnnfl u 1I1a u t iUHi hn iiviivi came closer to him. day through. UU V w wvat, senator," Hinduism Is nwnkcnlng to the fact that If the great of Hindu society known as tho depressed classes bo raised by Christianity, tho whole structure of Hinduism Is thcatcned with overthrow. This awakening ! being followed by efforts In various parts for tho Improvement of these poor people. The latest Is a movement In Ahmcdabad. In that city, on n w August 29, a meeting was held at which tho nttendanco of the depressed clnsscs was encouraged and in which -v iua mm iicprcicuia1 tire Campbell Blemp, father and prede- they were allowed to sit hcsldo caste cessor of the present representative people, Ilcsolutlons wero passed for from the Ninth Virginia district, and the formation of a Central Hindu assoIleprcsentatlre Ilrownlow, who comes ciation, which should havo for its obfrom tho Tennoiseo part of Drlitol, jects tho raising ot tho depressed agreed, so the Virginians say. that If clnsses and their rcadmlsslon Into n Ell Warren, a Tennesseean, were Hinduism after being converts to faiths. As to the means to bo made postmaster a Virginian should be named as assistant The Slcmps adopted for renllilng these objects, put forward no candidate for the tha following suggestions were made: place and Warren got the appoint- (a) Starting schools, clubs nnd associations; (b) establishing preaching ment on Ilrownlow's Indorsement. (c) publishing papers, Hut the Virginia representative now missions; and leaflets; saya that as soon as this appointment periodicals, magazines was confirmed Ilrownlow put In a (d) adopting such other means as may bo conducive to the nbovo objects. Tennessee man as assistant. At this stage tho president enters. NO HEALTHYJSKIN LEFT As soon as the younger Slemp got his congressional seat be acquainted Mr. My little son, a boy of five, broke Tart with the situation and told him that It was about time that Virginia out with nn Itching rash. Tbrco docwas given some recognition In the tors prescribed for him, but ba kept patronage In thts divided town. The getting worsa until wo could not dress president thereupon sent to the sen-at- blm any moro. They finally advised tho nomination of a man named mo to try a certain modlcal college, At Ooodell. Tho Tennessco side of Ilrls-to- l but Its treatment did no good. tho tlmo I was Induced to try Cut!-cur- a s then got busy. A bundlo of bo was so bad that I had to cut waa sent to Ilrownlow. Brown-lotook an ascension. As soon as he his hair off and put tho Cutlcura Ointcame down be proceeded to the White ment on him on bandages, as It was IIouso. Ills protests against the Vir- Impossible to touch blm with tho baro ginia appointment wero vigorous. As hand. Thcro was not ono squaro Inch a result Good ell's name has boen of skin on his whole body that was not affected. held up. Ho was ono mass of sores. Tho bandages used to stick to bis skin nnd in removing them it used to tnko tho skin off with them, and tho screams from tho poor cblfd wero will let him have that thousand do- heartbreaking. I began to think that llars! ho would never get well, but after the Mr. Bherley I will say, tr you will second application of Cutlcura Ointread the law, you will find the ex- ment I began to sea slgnsot Improvepress provision that be can got a ment and with tho third and fourth thousand dollars and giro security applications tho sores commenced to for It, and there Is not tho slightest dry up. His skin peeled off twenty reason why a man should not lend it times, but it finally yielded to the if he wants to. treatment Now I can say that he is Mr. Clayton That is not an answer entirely cured, and a stronger and to my question. healthier boy you never saw than bo Mr. Sherley That Is my answer; I Is twelvo years or moro slnco am not going to answer It as the tho euro was effected. Robert Wattam, gentleman wants, but I have an- 1148 Forty-eightSt, Chicago, Hi, swered It according to the law. Oct 9, 1909." Mr. Clayton It the gentleman will Undesirable Acquisition. not bo so much In earnest and a o A scientist who lost his pet dog moro dispassionate put n little notice in the paper beadMr. Bherley Permit me to make demy speech. After I make It you may ed. "Warning," which charitably as having nnlmal make such criticism of my manner scribed tho added: "strayed," and I insist upon conas you choose. "It Is ot no value, not even to the suming my own time. owner; hut, having been experimented Clayton May I interrupt the upon Mr. for scientific purposes with gentleman? many virulent poisons, n lick from Its Mr. Sherley The gentleman can- tongue and It Is very affectionate not would probably prove fatal." Mr. Clayton I am very sorry that The dog camo back next day. the gentleman's argument is so vulnerable that ho cannot submit to an Distemper interruption. In all its form". among all ars of hones Question: Was the expressed re- and doii, cured arid othera in the same table prevented from hu'ing the disrate gret Justified or genuine? with Spolm'a Dutemper Cure. Kvery bottle guaranteed. Over 500,009 bottles aold last year. and 11.00. Good drurei'ti, H or tend to manufacturers. ARcnL wanted. 1I1L. II II Write for free look. Kpohn Aled. (Jo, "You smoke, do you not, senator?" Spec. Contagious Diteaaca, (joihcn, Ind. ho asked. "Oh, yes. I smoke." Sometimes. Miss Hllthcly (Interested) In science) Bpcctators thought Hurton was Can ouV get a shock from a teleabout to produco for tho gentleman from Maine, but inaybo he didn't have phone? Tho Professor That depends, my another cigar. Anyway, Prye got an answer to that old question: "Is this dear young lady, on who Is talking at the other end. M. A. P." an Interrogation or an Invitation?" "I smoke ato'it six cigars a day," Bringing Up. Pryo raid then. "Tbey'ro bringing the baby up to 1 smoko about that many," tho be a mollycoddle.'' Ohio statesman commented. "How so?" T smoke at all," chimed In "I don't "They have tho nurso take It out In chairman, of Senator Nelson, who is a Instead of glvlng'lt an autocommittee. tho Ilaltlngcr-l'lncho- t '' mobile." "So," said Frye, "but you chew enough to make up for It." The Feminine Bias. "I don't cither," ho said. "Why doesn't (our canary sing, a chunk of plug from bis para?" Ho fished pocket It was about as big as your "Ho's getting a new conL" thumb. "Why, surely, that should .make him '11 last mo a sing welll" Fllegcndo lilaettcr. "A pleco llko that week." Then ho fchlftcd the lump In his left Fair Office Exchange. check to his right If n "pleco like Stcnog Oh, Frank, will you please that" lasts tho senator a day ho must sharpen my; pencil? toko one chew and keep It tho whole Clerk Yes, If you'll plraso ,ecw on for-elgo tele-grnmh lit-tl- other wasto. Weak kidneys do not filter oft all tho bad nave, ( at) 'rNssjQMsH This is tho cause ot rheumatic pains, backache and urinary disorders. Doan's Kidney Pills euro weak kidneys. matter. bram Q oorgo town, Tex., former editor Hnptlst Herald, says: "At a Haptlst conference at Jackson, Tex., I fell from a platform and hurt my back. I was soon over the Injury, but the kid neys were badly disordered, passages painful and often bloody. Doan's Kidney Pills cured this troubl completely." Ilcmember tha name Doan's. Sold by alt dealers. Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. CO cents a box. Iter. Weaver, A Fostcr-Mllburn Goaded. Saving becamo a passion with tho man and tha woman. No privation was too great, If so ba by it they might ndd to their accumulations. And they labored Jointly. The woman's sacrifice was In every respect equal to that of the man. Hut when they had amassed 10,000 tho man, becauso bo had tho power, took tho money nnd purchased with it, not the nutomobila which ho bad led his faithful wlfo to expect, but a homp. "Ilrutol" she cried, nnd when next a mob of suffragettes camo that way sho Joined them. Who could blame her? Puck. Wt eftVr On Hu&drH pollira nrwart for av saw ef Ckturo Uut taaoot tie cured br llaUl Caurra cure F. J. CHENEY A CO. TolfdO. We. the undrrilxnrd. h&r iDown F. i. Cbturr for t lutftUIJ ran and IxUtrr blm prrtrttl honorable In buslntM Uftfiurttona and SnanruUf abla to carry out nr obtiriOonf mad, br bit Una. Wal&i&o. Kinnah it Marti. WbolrnK Drunkta. Tolrdo. O. TItni Catarrh Cura to taken IntrrnaOlr. actus tflrrctlf upon the blood and ffiucoua iurfacM ot lb tretem. TnUmonUla aent free. I'nc It etata pat bottle. Sold br all Uruntkta. Tale UaU'i ramii I'tua lor couttsatloa. How's This? a Marjorlc, aged six, 'was speculatively examining the noodles In her soup. "Mother," sho asked, "what are noodles made of?" Dorothy, aged eight, bursting with knowledge, laughed scornfully. "I know," sho volunteered. "They are not mado at all, you silly goose; they grow Just llko spaghetti!" Harper's Magazine. Don't Risk Your Life neglecting Constipation. It leads to autotoxemla. There la Jutt one right remedy for Conitlpatlon, that Is NATUHK'B KKMEDY (Nit tablets), lt'a different from all others becauae It la thorough. It correct tho entire dlcrjtlve ayatem and the kidneys, curea Dvapepsla and Rheumatism." Ita raay ami euro to net. Take one tonight you'll feel better In the morning-- Get a Xo ttox. All Drurclats. The A. It. Lewi Medicine Co., BU Louie. Tly Just tike Spaghetti. We 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 femalt illness should consider this. As such evidence read these two unsolicited, testimonial letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest statements of facts. Crcsson, Pa. " Flvo years ago I had a Lad fall, and hurt myself invrnrdly. I was under a doctor's caro for niae weeks and when I stopped I grew tvorse again. I sent for a bottle of I, yd la E. Plnkhnm's Vcnc.taMo Compound, took it as directed, nnd now I am a stout, hearty woman." Mrs. Ella E. Alkey, Crcsson, Pa. Balrd, Wash. "A ycar apo I was sick with kidney and Lladdcr troubles nnd female- weakness. Iho doctors gavei me up. All they could do was to Just let rac go as easily arf possible. I was advised by friends to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier. I am completely cured of Bay ills, nnd I nm nearly sixty years old." Mrs. Sarah Ircigbtoa. Balrd, Wash. 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 thi3 wonderfully helpful remedy. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetable Gompound has been tho standard remedy for femalo ills. No sick woman docs justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cores to its credit. MsflBsss Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick women to write her for adviee. She has folded thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs, Pinkham, Lynn, lass. - ttr After The Grippe f0 An Absolute Necessity. WIfey You told me the other day wo must nvold all luxuries nnd confine ourselves to absoluto necessities only. Hubby That's so, my dear. WIfey Well, last night you camo homo in a cab. Hubby Yes, but that was an absoluto necessity. "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Cardul has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah ). Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C "Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me In bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it ' "At last, I began to take Cardui. I have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." - Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every uottlo of CASTORIA, a sato and euro remedy for infants and children, and sco that It Bears tho Slgnaturo of In Use For Over JK) Yenrs. v The Kind You Havo Always Dought C&fM&Zfa rm CARDUI CC The. W6mafi!iCT6riic For the ts of any serious illness, like the Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it. Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has' helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. after-effec- -- go-car- Thoughtful Child. She wis Just three years old and It was. hcr4 first visit to tho zoo. When tho towering form of tho elephant appeared' In sight she drew back, clutching at tier father's hand. "I won't go too closo, dadd)'," sho whispered: "I might frighten him." Detroltews-Trlbunc- . ... "Why do doctors wear Van Dyke beards ?' "So they won't 'be mistaken for bankers! with Doetoii Herald.' t Found Wanting. "So bo has lost faith In deep breathing?" "Yes; It wouldn't keep Ills hair from. falling out." Houston Chronicle. Identification. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanoors, Tcnu., for Special liutrutUont, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women," aent tree. this buttbn.-nast- on Herald. How Congressman's Houstqn Post all the congressmen aro sending SecPassing the Superlative. retary Wilton's seeds to their con "I am going to havo Jagsby for my stltuents. H cairulnlr racka juur ajiinu aud mar run late man." aerloua. '.iilen'a hunt ItitJiam will check Horn saw a monumental task be- bent tl quickly and penuauenUr tor talealalldruititu. "Oh, I know a better man." fore himself. Ilenco tha pretty-gir- l An empty human heart Is an nbyss temptlug-luncNow a Pettlt's Eye Salve First Sold In 1807 Invitation. number of pretty girls nnd secretaries 100) can ago, tales Inrreaie yearly, wonder- earth's depths cannot match. Annie nr. a rv nnni - il. - a aro wondering who got tho best of ful remedy; cured million wrnk eve. All C. Lynch. Tr.d.M.tk. druggint or Howard llroa., UulTalo, N. Y. Don't acctpt . mwiu uuiiiib, m u ruzy It Tho party Idea In this connection 0,,,,, ntm-nnnsajsubiiitula. only oNK"ititoMoOU1NINK. I'ltT Th( nthrtr ,lnv tin .sant nil root, too. Ono secretary That la I.AXAl'lVK IIIIOMO has taken Uxik tot Philosophy snd Rsllglon. the alanatur uf K, W. (IKOVK. I'm tb World nuns 10 a nurabor of other has a sencme to bavo a stng affair In Tho Idea of philosophy is, truth; the umiuureaColdloUoelM, Zoo, for a lunch In his office of a his office. bavo cigars and Ho will Idea of religion is life. Hayne. A brother Is a young man who mum UIKl, pop. flatters his grown-usister. le," B&ld thn lirnplamt inrrn. Takers ot the United States Censas Ono of tho New York members ot wllluso Waterman's ideal Fountain Pen Mrs. IV Inttow'a Soothing Rrrap. HI hivo a pretty girl for each of tho houso was In New York recently because It Is always ready and sure. Cor children Uethliw, Hiftenilhc vuuia, reuucealn HmuiaUou.allaja k.lD.cur 1dJ cullc. bit U.1U0. wld Horn. nnd rout some of tho stato politicians. ' Tho best people on earth aro your nner" said tho secretaries, When the session closed a Rto reaps what ho bows and A man "e bad thn innnh wife's folks so she- thinks. owed tho congressman a nice it. rips what hU wlfo sows. I 1I sum which ho did not havo about ih neany six dollars, thounh him. However, ho forwurdod a check secretaries said " they that, had nn Idea that thji very soon, and Inclosed tho following ,w brought the lunch. It is noto: "Most Unwillingly I Incloso a w oe record whotbor tho lunch was check. It It wero such u debt as you bf'oro nr nflne llnr.i .infnMuil could sua me for, I am Inclined to scheme. think I would not pay It. As It Is, 1 rey event. befor enrh protnrv fuel that I must pay It If I want to " rh girl had left, thoy had ad- - consider myself a gentleman." Because Qt those ugly, grlnly, gray hairs. Una "LA CREOLE" V p sen-nto- i3 -D Capudlne. The beat remedy for Grlpp and Colds la Capudlne. Itellevcs the aching and Hicks' Curea the dressed about a thousand envelopes feverlahiiecta lmmdlatly 10, alto. It's You see, It's seed time here; 2& nnd tOc ftt Drug- - iitorea. apleco. Secretary Got Help For Colds and Grlpp Uqutd-lCffe- The Pity of It. "I. expect that marrlngo will end their love affair." "Yes, It ends most ,lqvo affairs." MCA SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, AOartalnlUllitloeVr-rerlalinrM- AXLE GREASE is the turning-poin- t to economy in wear and tear of wagons. Try a box. Every dealer, everywhere STANDARD OIL CO. UucorpontteU) MOTHER CRAY'S . loaallpatlan, ItenUnrbe, Hloiurta Troablra, Tcelhlua; IMaordivra, ani Do troy .warn,. Th, all Druntlata, HrcaU npColda In II Eoura. At Bainpla mailftd KKtCK. XiMraaa. A. S. OLMSTED, L Roy. N.Y. Met. in the dumps drinking g, ht Down lit-tl- BITFIIT roar kll I llc,r.Ull..k.i,MuU,uIdcaa. m tha hall. aud bMitUU a 1IKUWI4 pvvtli. VaJla Qraj Km la III to B,.tOr. Dolor. Youthful llalr Our. Klp dimw a half Ulux IOa,aidaHJu IVutaKa CUaMM lYomutM HAIR rAftk'i BALSAM Cascarets relieve and cure quickly. Take one nnd feel ever so much better in tha morning. p Caacareta 10o bos wcek'a treatment. All drusrUu. Hlsirett seller la U10 world-mill- ion boiaa a month. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, from over-eatinbad liver and constipation get many a one, but there's a way out book and - lit. NO. 10. HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. a AFTER Neuralgia Olve Pralte to the Wife. DOCTORS 11. ft i . S n 'S fnr T... Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. miu IUI MI J. J. 0. Uoudurant, Plaintiff, agalna On Monday, April t,lhi Kugonu Pollock, ate, Defendant. '" first dsv . COMMISSIONER'S SALE. M UraL The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve Pam Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application, stops neuralgia pains at once, fluids the nerves, relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immediate relief. One Application Relieved the Pain. tnent. After one application the pain left her and the has not batn troubled with it since." ' I adriittl a Mr. J. C Lu, of 1100 Ninth St., S. E., Washington, D. C, writes t lady who was a peat sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloan's Uni is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints and Sprains and all Pains. At All Druggist. Price 25c, 50c. and 81.00. 81oan's Trcatlte on the Hon lent Frtw. Addnaa Liniment BOSTON, MASS. Sloan's It Is often noticed that some me nru scrupulously pollto nnd courteous to every other woman but aro rod Insolent nnd overbearing to their own wives. Tills Is n great mystery t the spectator. Then another class men, often good men, too, think it sign of weakness or nt lenst a wnst of time to spook words of kindly n preclntlon to tho often orerwnrkr wife. The man of this description Is person, hit usually n there are many without moaning ui kindness tnko nil things for granted Tho wife of an unnpprcclatlve mn Is n woman whom no old maid shou envy, for her loving toll Is all I vain. Tho wlfe'B one redress Is t master her husband, and Is nevi pleasant to nny wonts that has to master her husband If order to live comfortably with hlu Tho man who never prasles his wit will find fault with everything on uv ery occasion. It Is th easiest thing In the world to find fault easier than tho proverbial slid Ing down hill. It gets to be n hnbi with somo men nnd they uro hardly conscious when they aro exercising I Why cannot n man show his wlf. thnt ho appreciates her efforts t Why cannot ho prnls pleaso him? the pudding of his wife as welt ns the cooking of his neighbor, Mrs JonesT Why cannot he speak kindly of her mince pie and charitably o her sponge cake? Why cannot h say the new hat Is becoming to th face of the woman Who lores hi in Kind words make his wlfo happy nnd no decent man ought to wlthhol them, aud he will find that the gene nl run of affairs will be smoother nit round. true-hearte- d e FAILED LvdiaE.Pinkhim'sVefcU pains low down in my rigm side tor year or more nnd i was. so weak . ami ncr-, . .. . . . i. Tous ui.iv i cuuiu now no in v nurs. j wrolo to Mrs.i'iiiK ham nnd took I.vdl; K. Pink ham's Vcriv tablo Co mn on ml nnd l.lver Tills, and am glad to say tli.it your medicines nnd kind letters of di rections have dono mora for tno than anything else nnd had tho best pliyi clans hero. I can do my work and resl well at nlcht. I bellcvo there Is nolli lug like tho nnkhnm remedies." Mrs. C'laka Fkankh, It. F. D., Ho. KnoxTille. town. The success of Lydla II Plnkham' Vegetable Compound, mado from roots and herns, Is unmrnllcled. It may to used with terfect confidence iiv women who suffer from displacements, lnilam- mauoii, ulceration, iiurum iiimura, ir regularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency. Indl gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra lion. For thirty ears Lydla K. llnkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard rcmeuy tor lemaie ins, ami sunertng women owe it to tnemseire: to at least give this medicine a trial, Proof Is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should not cure you? By virtue of a Judgment aud order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rcn dured at tho January term, thoruof, 1910, lu the above causu, for the sum of Fpur Hundred aud Five Dollars, l wu, . ... ,ur . ".7"- H,eh". vigocr Ki b!c Compound Cured Her KuoxtIIIo, Iowa. "I Buffered with n If you vrnnt apoclnl ailvleo write Mrs.IMnkliiim. li.vtin.MuMi., for It. it U frco nudum uys liciptui. with Interest at thu rato of C per vi hid. in ft iai ... cont pur annum from tho 3rd day of "ssuiku in Ih ft March '10 until paid aud costs horoln I shall proceed to offer for sale at thu Two doll.r. .. ,ddc- - , Court House door lu Hickman. Kim. tucky to thu highest bidder, at mil MO AUCTION, ou tho 11th day of April 1910, at 10 o'clock n. m.. or Ballard. Ju w "ill. .No. kj thereabout (being County Court day), 1111 It upon a credit of six months the fol Uarry, W. J., i. u , . , lowing described property, A tract of land lu Fulton county, wosiou Heirs, J ri t- II n. ! Kentucky, being part of Uiu south mo .... ... ... . ij -east quarter of section 16, T. 1. It Casou, W. M, S u . K' C, W,ln SU Corn.tr of said suction r.--1 wiu, w. it., k. u . and bounded as follows; Beginning I8.SC. Fllpplu, Marvin. lu thu center of Dyursburg road at a ' " fa stuke, running thence lu a wuslurh 79, IS.C6. . 4J ... fs direction to a black locuil gate post "..iu, r. i.. k ii i, . ou said road; thence l thu sauiu dl rectlou to a whltu oak tree lu the Southeru Wood t,Uul,,, . , ... .. field, thence to or near thu old lu dlan grave yard In the former line COLOItKli l i betwevu W, D, Corbetl nnd John Bruer, Biowu. l. ii i r . ... Troutllno; and thence with thu said .0, IC.24. lino to tho Dycrsburg road and the .,,.. Barboe. Bcott. L u tl 4V1 beginning, contaluttig about 40 acres more or less. Brown, Curuiui, , i, ,., Or sufficient thereof to produce lis, Ji.W, Prang, Msuuii, i xi.w i . tho sums of money so ordered to be mndo. For tho purchase price, tho purchaser, Win approved security or Fuqua, Albert. 1 luL li i Qrlggs, Bob. K. II. ii i securities, must execute bond, bearln legal Interest from tho day of salo llvrrilfl llnunr.l V 1. . .. until paid and having the force and M. II 11. II effect of a Judgment Hidden will ir.u IK kQ bs prcrarcd to comply promptly with Hooker, Horace. L, 11 n t . those terms. iii.ii. to-wl-t: fc. IW.. "' yr uu m 1809 c i.. ct Hut ,. . 1 J. It. MIUVBIt, Com. O IJ1V, I xi I V . if t , DR. EARL S. SLOAN, desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4.75 A TON When n man comes homo from business nnd sees his wlfo warn out lio thinks she ought to nave been In Wall street and then she would hav soinetblng to worry her. He do1 not know that sho conducts a unlver sity, a clothing establishment, n res taurant, a laundry and a library whlio she Is health officer, pollco nnd president of her residence Fault Finders. Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated,whether large or small. A. A. FARIS LYRIC THEATRE One Night Only, APRIL ?th WILLIAM WINTERHOFF -I- N- T1IK FIGHTING PARSON .V GIU3AT PLAY A GIU3AT OAST JX. A. OTXYT ili CrlUSAT STOHY A Yqung Ministers Fight for Love, Honor and Truth Its Equal Cannot be Found in the Whole World of Drama. A Play of Unusual Worth and Merit Prices Obloo, Tonn., 33, SO, 73o T Dr. uud Mrs. Hubbard and Mr. and down on tuu Memphis branch of thu I, C rail- Mrs. E, II. I'rather, of Hickman, wore road voted $30,000 worth of bonds a In tho city Monday In Dr. Hubbard's few days ago for the purpose of grav-olln- g bandsomo now Colo car. While In her streets. The vote was the city a number of Dr. Hubbard's nearly three to ouo for tho bonds. friends were luvited to try bis car. Union City Commercial. That's enterprise. a little town This Is a splendid world, and thl is a splendid ago of the world, and Instead of denouncing It you had bet ter get down on your knees aud thank God that you live now. And yet In A Sunny Face. this agrceablo world there aro great many dlsagrevablo people who Wear it. It Is your privilege. persist in scelug the wrong side of has the quality of mercy; It Is twice everything. There Is a blessed. It blcsacs Its possessor, and He goes to a concert and growls as ull who comu under Its benign Influ he goes, can't afford tho lime and ence. It is n dally boon to him who money, don't belluvo It will amount wears It, and a constant, to much anyway. Finds tho bass de- benediction to all his friends. Men testable, the tenor mliernble the so and women, youth nnd children, seek prano a perfect squawk. Goes homo Ail social circles welcomes checrlness disgusted with tho whole affair. Ho A sunny face Is an open sesame to sometimes Joins a church, and the hearts and homes. Ily It burdens ore church has Its hands full. He crltl lighted, cares dlsjielled, sorrows trt slses everything. Wishes the minis umphant whero fear and doubt and ter would not preach so long Think despondency held high carnival. You he's too argumentative aud didactic own Ufa will be sweetened, your owis dissatisfied with the choir aud dls hopes quickened, your own Joys posed to pick flaws In tho financial heightened by your perennial, heaven arrangements. Ho sighs and groans lighted, sunny faco. and growls and grumbles nnd whines Llttlo favors, kind words aud loving all the way up to Heaven. He frets smiles win truer friends often tha and stows and sUngs himself and oth costly gifts, for thu former comes era. He is like a porcupine all quill from the heart, while tho latter often like a crawfish always going back' reaches nothlug more tbnn tho pock O ward, and wo don't see for the life et book, and that only for show. of us how lie will ever get to heaven COMMISSIONER'S O SALE. unless bo goes lu ihat same way; Fuitou Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mott's Nervlns Pills and then most likely he will stop at A. A. Farts Plulullff, against 11. M. tho gate to pick a quarrel with Saint great nervo and brain treat Johnson vie, Defeudaut The qulty. I'eter. When he Is fairly Inside wo meat for men and women, produces are afraid he won't enjoy It. The strength and vitality, builds up tho By virtue of u Judgment uud Or staging will bo pitched too high, tho system and renews the normal vigor der of tiulo of Circuit Court, exercises dull, tho services too long For sale by druggists or by mall, $1 rendered ut tnu Juuuury term, thereof We shouldn't wonder If ho spends per box, 6 boxes for 5. Hickman 191U, lu the above cuuse, for lHu sum the first century or two squinting at Drug Co., Incorporated. of .Nino Hundred uud Sixty Dollars, tho wall to see it it was exactly with Interest at thu rutu of U per O plumb. cent pur uuuuui from the -- Oth day of It la said that tho hobos havo January, 1910, uutll paid, and costs What is tho matter with such poo- canght the farm fever. If they have pie? The trouble Is not lu Uielr sur hureiu, 1 shall proceed to offer for roundings, but In thomsulves. If tho there is no doubt about It being a salo ut thu Court llousu door lu Hick fever. heart Is right, all Is right. If the oiau, Kentucky, to the highest bidder wrong, all is wrong. Every ut PUBLIC AUCTION, ou tho 11th heart Is PILE8I PILES! day of April, 1910, ut 10 o'clock u. ui., man should carry his own light, God kindled Indeed, but still his own, by Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will of Uiurvubuui (being County Court day) upon u credit of six mouths tho which to keep his heart warm and cure Blind, Weeding and Itching Piles his face bright. Tick up the mari It absorbs the tumors, allays itchinr follow lug described property luwit: golds and daisies lu your path, Instea About 90 acres of laud lu section at onco, acts as a poultice, elves In of bunting for thistles and thorns slant relief. Williams' Pile Olntmeut 19, T 1', H 4, West, being the south Hang your blinds so as to let In the Is prepared for Piles and ltchlne m east comer of the NW Quarter of morning sun. Deavo hooting to the of thu the private parts. Bold by druggists said soalou, aud being owls and croaking to thu fros. Make mall 60c laud conveyed to C. Johusou by It. and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co., up your mind that you have come inW. Easloy by dued dated Fob, 11th, Props., Cleveland, Ohio. to this world to havO a good time, 1407, and recorded lu deed book ti, O and have it. puge 652, in the office of the Clerk of the Fuitou Couuty Court. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Or sufficient thereof to produco tho Press onward for tho prize not for Have you neglected your kidneys? urns of muuoy so ordered to be the little prize of dollars and cents Have you overworked your nervous made. For thu purchaso price, the but tho prlzo that Is offered to him system and caused trouble with your purchaser, with approved security or who endureth to tho end. kidneys and bladder? Have you pain securities, must execute bond, bear If anyone says ugly things about lu loins, side, back, uroliia and l.ln.l. ing legal Interest from the day of you, don't go out of line to gather der? Have you a flubbv aDnoaraiira sale uutll paid, and having tho force them up, for "truth crushed to earth of the face, especially uudor tho eyes uud effect of u Judgment. Bidders w wilt riso again." loo irequent a desire to pass urine? be prepared to comply promptly with If tho cook la Imperfect, uud can If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure theso terms. not please you, try cooklug awhile you at Druggist, Prlc 60c J, SL. MILNJSK, Oaa'r, to-wfault-finder, ever-flowin- g - yourself. U the washlady BllxMsher work too much, take the laundry I hand. We know better bow the bar' nesa fits when we wear awhile ou selves. Tts an easy thing to sit lu the shade nnd tell the one In th sun what to do. It is also easy to ride and tell the one walking to run We find It n good plan to "do unto others ns wu would have them to do to us." Wo like to see people work, but also like to seo them have time to go go to church, also to take time to minister to the wants of those that are sick or In need. Don't be working for something to fuss about rather "count your blessings one by one, and see what God hath done." iAiwcry, 272. 111.64. On-eu- o E. K, A 1., m. l II . Jno, f UL lui ervd at tho Jan. term thereof, 1910, Tatlr. Nsthsn. K II II 1 tttn, In the above cause, for tho sum of 17.57. , Two Hundred and Thirty-twDollars TOM DILLON, Jr, with Interest at tho rate of C pur City Mirthit. cent per annum from the 24th day of December, 1909, until paid and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for WW f TTTTTTTTTTTTTTIItlll salo at tho Court Homo door In Hick WHY NOT TRY! man, Ky to the highest bidder, al Popham'i PUUUC AUCTION,. ou the 11th day ASTHMA REMEDY of April, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day) Olves prompt and poilUvt ttM upon a credit of six months tho fol every cass. Sold by droxilili. lowing described property, price II. Trial rsckait k; Beginning at a stako oa tho south msU. 10c boundary line; thence north 20 polos Wllll.n... Mfn P. Dm, ri.w.li.4 to a stake; tbenco west 21 poles to a stako West, Dogwood pointer 9 feet 8E Beech pointer 7 feel south; thenc east 21 poles to tho beginning, conIiv . h . llftn.an llirifetr. Pa talnlng three acres nioro or less, and ml. 11.00 a busbtl, In tscki being tho land bought of Mrs. M. J. Ilolten by and recorded In deed book 2G, page 463 lu tho office of tho clerk of tho Fulton County Court. We arc Agents for the Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchaso price, tho purchaser, with approved security or Insurance Companies securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal Interest from the day of in Hickman sale until paid, and having the force They are compr. t thit hare and effect of a Judgment. Bidders been here longer thin aryot will bo prepared to comply promptly er. Is your prcpertj' insured' with theso terms. It Is too late when the alarm J. IL MILNBK, Com. soundi to thtr.kcf ap:'.ier Kqultjr. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rend SALE. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs. M. J. Dolten et al Plaintiff, a- gainst A. N. King et al. Defendant COMMISSIONER'S aiuuer. wiu.. Mscklln, iictm 2-3-i. li. inj - i u. 7 4 Tom. II. . in. num. 14.98. n, ii 11 ii li, ''ut 1U, Tom 14,92. llluio, i; K. , i, Illngo, U, ft OLDEST Do it NOW R. T. TYUR, Agent W-LDOUGL- AS $3.0&$4.SHOES BOYS SHOES. f M0 MS W Tiir if Mm iinnror IMVCD W A Mfl RFTAILEt OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN "SUPEMOI? TO OIHM "I hat worn W I THE WOP Mshr ir K1V g. . lup.rlor loall olhtr his HO Ji'lj,, (it. t- If I could tak Brockton, M.Md lories st V how carefully W, U ul-- ; UW ,jj rali Howif d you . .1..:, mad., you would .V...- - fii heiitr. weir loptft I fv tttn Living 7. .Ill THE HieKMHN COURIER. Team that Pulls the Commercial A BLUE MARK HME that year expired ba It bow promptly if on want the papr-- r la ewme to yoa after tbli mgnth mean j rtff Uagoa up the Hill of Success ThB Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team, Crease the Rxles.ot Your Uagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, i 1910. ESTABLISHED IH THB TEAK X0.S4SII 1H50 To the 'otton We Planter aTl In Our Millinery Department We offer the Prettiest Hats, Greatest Varieties and the Best Values that ever a Hickman store had for you to select from. All the fatest shapes. Whatever is new and distinctive in millinery styles for Spring and Summer can be seen here. The better way to buy a hat the only safe way is by comparison. Look around, see what is being shown in other stores, but don't buy before coming here. If you do, you'll certainly regret it have placed almost 1,000 jushcls of Good, EARLY Cotton ieed, in sacks, with Ledford & In order to wind up the fondle. jason's business, we are offer- il... A mrM aTVatfvr ic I per Bushel! time with good note. . dona )ash, or his price I nay bn r.adln' nhah de good book I will hold good for two D - Trdy, tfrmorrrr Time Time .hill be no mo. U. I Mill be no mo. In't gwlne iilalit en I aln' awlne quit; De .bade won' move from de place I (It; En dty caln' bow me wh.n I rta a bit Time (lull be no mo. ner ylat.hday llil III Iff . Extra Social A big lot of popular priced Trimmed Hats received this week. Excellent values, at FARMERS GIN & GRAIN CO. IN i O. White Man, MCMORtAM. tho prlaou doom IJUlll 01 L.11UU cuna a im, Juat thtru tho nwvu u.iuiu aafu -- 3 and sutiurlug, - UIjU till. mil ivuuu . ... i.. a liu i mm iu ..i uiuuiu iu 4 liii-ru- PRINCE hi i ALFRED. 7 rnrs.i,f -- U 1U in rrrn Hn Krin when all de whlstlfe oun', me hyuh en drive me dab Vn En keep me bu.tlln' nrah tn fan. Ibit In de eood book hit eay ao Time ahlll be no mo. roun' ien' dm clock han'a 1 MBiTAl Mt $1.50 to $4.00 vrT.r L. u el u otuy swung upun , U j t.-- - la klrSy J won' be wakla' ter de bane Time ehlll be no mo'. won' be iwratln' In da .hovel Time .hill be no mo. won' be prayln' fo' da re.' at noon. com 'long eoon Ner axln' night fo' But I'll de. lay roun' en I'll alnc dla chun: Time .hill be no mo. enr lr SMITH & AMBERG I aaaaV tj, "All the world's a etatce. Ilcllo. Inbred Votoo, was owned by And eyrry woman I. a Juliet myself 22 years. (In hrr mlmtl." William Shakenpeare. :U miss hit, I lovo uiy Confcd- TERMS: $20 to Insure foal. Money a COLONEL n. In Uauu, but O you cooul" duo when fact Is ascertained or mare white man. In military Kentucky. organizations. by Augustus K. Wlllsou. Tim provont accident, but will not bo re fit man who wants to bo promoted to Liliuci Tuuu. aaiue a that nunc Darted with. Care will bo taken to brigadier general. xiu.su or 1907, spontlblo should any occur. See major, Judge, squire "and cap tain. C. HENDRIX, J. W.i y prvdlcta that In fifty One who drinks and shoots. (See Hickman, Ky, comic papers.) ft tie world will bo run by water. Ii ud alcohol, But why tho water o LEMON n. A term of description llcohcP "Kvcrybodys applying to contracts, presents, men. Try that new coffeo women and animals. trcE-- 3 Hcynoldn, of Union City. Brand" for Its sold under a guarnnteo Brutus Here Is n lemonl wre Sn'urday nnd Sunday, tho that If It don't plonso you, your mon Caesar Et tu, Drutel grocer. of (William Shakespeare, ey will bo refunded by tho Doil.li and family. LOBSTER n. One who buys them for n coryphee; n cannibal. MUD n. A title acquired after Also trying to corner the market. that part of tho street neglected by In politics, anything the sweeiiors. your opponents get on you. O. the Mud. the beautiful Mud, It fllleth my heart with n thirst for blood And brlngeth me down with a d, I Thla fine young atnlllou will make tho .canon of 1910 at my stables, 3 miles from Hickman, on tho Dresden r rond. Tlicro Is not n better doho liorso In tho county, lie Is 4 years old, 16 hnnds and 1 Inch IiIkIi, dark bay and woIkIis 1250 pounds. Ho Is n combined horse, well dovelopcd lii.4 ... iJu ubout unotiior iuu and has good stylo nnd action. Ah a Itai l v.. ileum r Uiau our breeder, Trlnco Alfred ennot be beatal.j, ,i laiuU, uud falU Iu en, as any of bis colts will show. J, ua niuuuiHl, and strlck- PEMaitKE; Sired by Alfred G.. led .. Alouu? .No not alouo. Hal, lrtir ul: ii arm U bearing Ui up dam Maudeo S.. sired by Tom ownrd by Drassflcld & Ferguson: bo itii. u y tolco U bidding us by Joo Hal, owned by a stock com Shall nany ui cur troubled iuiuU." at Troy. Tonn. Grand dam, ," WK-- .t all-pui i !l bleeding UUU torn. good uou too uor iu I.jU, oi uih u Itio kingdom i Klou It au of cariU can .. , iu uctmig hearts, uud Ati. lut, ii tun iuu kuut uu9u - usca of lliu past U .n a j Lai row way tiua been .mi. aa ii v.0 uik lueiuiu 10 Ui! I j1 ti will find Jut nud litiu ..a utam. Li w iao i s. ui l. u ra,.i'lautfU. liur ua mm l, but loug v i ljut ,ua ncr.cif aruuuu iouu it a. O. White Man. cu.i ma all you' pleaao En dock me when I atop ter aneeiel Yo' run die worl' en fuaa en vex Yo" caln blow whl.tlea In da nex'l Fo' In de good book hit aay ao Time ahlll be no mo . aj What tho Bristol, (Tenn.,) Herald- Courier of Sunday, November 2 1st, says about theuBarlow & Wilson Min strels: "The second minstrel of the BeoRon, Harlow & Wilson's, held the boards at the Harmellng Saturday night and pleased a good sized audi ence. The instrumental seieciiuns were splendidly rendered, tho ensembles were pleasing and tho jokes From a New Dictionary. created laughter. Tho solo work was A man who done In tho usual artistic style, and n. ALLOPATH your as, charges you $2 for looking at a wbolo tho show made good." tongue. At tho Lyric next Monday night, ad Synonymous with homeopath, os mission teopath, healer, surgeon and doctor. herits vast fortunes, rcucueg drowning children, refuses the hands of king and princes, Is thrown from runaway automobiles, loses jewels, etc. Note. Jewels aro only lost by actresses of the old school.) ACTRKSS n. A woman who In Quito a number of the young folks enjoyed a dance given Friday even- Aa thla won I.iit n Mia ltnrfv ffnll the first danco since before- - Lent.--1 tho occasion was unusually enjoyed. TI1080 present were Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Cowgtll, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Prather, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Case, Mrs. C. P. Shumate, Mrs. W. S. lilllson, Mrs. Nannie Kingman, Misses Virginia Prather, Louise Annie Cowglll, Nell Rogers, Homer Green and Frankyo Reld, and Messrs. Guy Halo, Clarence Reed, Mr. O Carmody, Ferd Maddox, Perry HamilFor a cup that will call for nnother, ton, Edward Prather and Arch DoBo drink liverybodys Coffee," for sale by the best grocers of Hickman. Georgo Freeman, of Tronton. Tenn., O was hero Monday. Don't wait any longer to get that It. W. Holllnbeck, of tho Traveler's poultry fence you need it NOW. We plenty of It. Hickman Hdw. Insuranco Co., Louisville, was hero have Tuesday on business. Company, Inc. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. is In Dawson tbj8w(. Charlie Bondurant - Bert Halbrook visited friends hero a few days lastVeek. Mrs. Daisy Bondurant is visiting her mother at McKenzle this week. W. A Edmlston and son visited home folks a few days this week. Miss Anu Stalllngs and ltttlo Crys- tlnu aro visiting Mrs. Florle Johnson. Mrs. Ardell Johnson and Mrs. A. N. Walker were In Union City shopping Friday. at the A muslcale was given Friday night homo of tho Misses Jonuson In honor of Bert Halbrook. Kev. A. N. Wulker and family left Tuesday for' New Mexico, where they will moke their future home. Wit regret to see our pastor leavu. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. There's Pleasure in Owning a 19- - maM Buy an Covering silently every dud! thud, Edison Combination (Poems of extreme passion, "Then you will not share my namet" slched Hector Ileauvllle. "Your name?" twittered Constance de Rlgueur. "Your name Is Mud!" (Out of the Curly Birch, by Elma Pine.) At the Minstrels. "Mlstah Tambo," saya Mr. Bones, after the clrclo has been seated, "can yo' tell me, suh, why sweet flag tea ts the finest medicine to bring anyone baek to health?" Sk T Phonograph And And "-crw 12 Record an infinite charm in taking and preserv ing the pictures of the scenes and folks you love. Snrinc 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, What the Raleigh News and Observ er of December 31, 1909, says ot Barlow & Wilson's Minstrels: The Barlow & Wilson Mlnstrols were at the Academy of Music last night, and the" performance given was one that brought applause from tho audience. In the first part there was music with melody to it, the vocalists rendering somo very attractive numbers. 'tho comedians looking dillgenUy after tho fun end of the show. Somo of the songs mado a hit with tho audience. The take off on Cook and Peary was very clever. In tho secoud part there wero tea- turo acts in which Juggling was presented, Fred Uobb In a funny skit. tho International comedy quartette, songs tnd buck dancing, musical comedies and other specialties, going to make up a performance that was applauded tlmo and again. At tho Lyric next Monday night. g Halley's comet's tall is wise In Us schedule so as to get hero be fore Mr. Roosevelt's return home. Otherwise It would not attract much attention. fix.-In- a small payment down nnd ONE DOLLAR A Tr:pi' t. t.. i .ii ti... .1 . ancrwnrciswill pay lor . wny ucuj nr. elf the pleasure of having good music at any time, wlien it can be had on auch easy terms as this? COME AND HEAR THEM "No. Mlstah Hones." saya Mr. Tarn bo. "An to shotten the strain upon the audience, I will kindly ask you to propound the reply to your query with $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 Sunday. ELLISON BROTHERS the customary circumlocution." "Because the constitution follows the flag." Arising quickly, the Interlocutor an nounces that Mr. Harold Betworth OulMmers will now sing the touching ballad: "Don't Qo In Swimming. Dar- line, for the Water Is Too Cold." unty Hon. It. T. Tyler, wife and daughter, Mrs. C. U. Travis, and sqn, Suuday from Florida Where they have been spendlug part of tho winter. A Chicago mlnUter declares there will bo no men In Heaven. But let no woman bo discouraged. He may Court next Monday, HELM 5 ELLISON be mistaken. Do you ra4 the Courier T aA lAiHL ULUM iAiUk. UiiaA. UiUL lAiiikJ SAUCES AS THEY SHOULD BE Most Hndd of Ideae Have Bean Down to Ut from the French Originators. Thafe TUMP OR TIE For Women Here Be as particular as you please about your footwear the fit, the style, the wear you'll be more than pleased with our $3 and $3.50 Pumps The soles are Made of selected gunmetal and patent stock. flexible, medium weight and the heels are the pretty Cuban style. The variety is large and the price low. See tHem. Bradley & Parham. Tho big 200 pair cable of tho Cum berland Telephone Co. was burned In Tiio old depot hotel at Fulton, but- two and as ho result nearly all the ter known as tho Guy Bennett Hotel, phones in West Fulton and in Rico was completely destroyed by tiro late City wero out of business this woek. Monday afttcrnoon. BENNETT HOTEL BURNED. fire originated front an source nnd started In the second story over the restaurant. Not until tho flumes bursted out of a window at the rear of thee building were they discovered. The fire company was delayed in gotUng to tho scene and when they reached there and connected with the fire plug at the passenger station It was found that there was no water pressure. Tho Mr. Bonnett had $600 Insurance on his restaurant fixtures, stock, etc., which will cover two thirds of his loss. Tho building belonged to J. S. and Will Cavender and was Insured for $2,000 which Is less than half its value. The office of the American Express Co. and the Illinois Central passen- ger depot were both threatened with destruction. Tho depot caught several times. Will Beard's livery barn also caught several times but tho damage sustained was slight. Prof. B. F. Gabby Informs us that Hickman College has been placed on the credited isit of the association of Kentucky colleges which entitles her graduates to enter any of tho colleges In the state without examination, ow ing to the advanced course of study used. This Is quite a point and Is an evidence of the tireless efforts of I'rof. Gabby and his assistants to put Hickman College In tho front ranks of tho high schools of the state Prof, Gabby also received a notice last week that Hickman College Is In tho first class of High Schools of Ken tucky. Hickman College, being i county high school. Is graded by the Stato Superintendent according to the courso of study. Tho high schools of Uie state are thus graded and this school Is placed in tho first class, Not many schools can attain this de sirable grade, and to keep Hickman College in this class, lets all encour- ago Prof. Gabby and tho school board to continue to put forth their best efforts. large tomatoes through a atralner Then free the pulp of as many aeeda aa tt la poaatble to do, and put the pulp and the Juice In a saucepan with half a clove of garllo, or one white onion finely allced. red pepper and salt. Let this atmmer slowly on a moderate Are for an hour and then pass all tha tomatoes again through a fine strainer. Then put two tabte- spoonfuls of butter In a saucepan and atlr In unUI smooth a tablespoonful or flour. After this let the sauce cook gently for ten or fifteen minutes more. Such a aauce la aerved oftenett with boiled macaroni or spaghetti. Sauce Maltre d'Hotel. Thoroughly blend a piece of butttr the slta of an egg with chopped parsley, black pepper and a little fine Uble aalL Then put this In a bowl to melt alow ly, and when liquid serve It smoktag hot with boiled or broiled flth. broiled meat, or atmply boiled pota tie. Squeeze half a lemon Into the aauce before aendlng It to the Uble. Sauce Tartars. This delicious which Is served with tomato salad, balled flth, or fried soft shell crsba, mny be made In several ways, though every way hns mayonnatae sauce for foundation, Make the mayonnnlae In the uauat manner, and add to the yolks of the eggs before they aro beaten a tea spoonful of powdered mustard. Then uae Italian oil and vinegar Instead of lemon. After the mayonnaise has been well chilled atlr Into It ollvra, capers and gherkin pickles (not went), chopped finely. Salmis Sauce. This la fine for warm ing up cold game or for serving with stewed rabbit or roaat guinea fowl Melt an egg site lump of good but ter In a deep rnucepnn, and atlr In a tableipoonful of flour till not a lump remains. Add, then, a cup of bouillon and one of claret, salt, red and whit pepper, two shallots or one onion, a few sprigs of parsley, tbreo bay leaves and a pinch of thyma. Let all boll gently for half an hour, and strain out the lumpy seasonings before serving, Sauce Tomate. Bqueeie alx or mora me. 8 I'M MJ VT'lsHaJaH- I ar MsaH J I v. J faasaasaasam ft, SBS. & V'JJiv W M ' vsaaaaaaV I sSi aVam E '1 , is The I owe of KupiBMf UMtetfo inn l f TDDl7MLJriNIl7D msjr ji i volumes ctre iiiacie ror mei who value styles and workmanship, course, the fabric is tridtly all wool. W lj-aiv- iLJix Add a little salt to tha watar when cleanalng matttnga to freshen and origmen them. Use one part of linseed oil and two Carta of k (muffin on a anft rtath fn wipe up painted or hard wood floors. Pour boiling watar onto a few dropa of oil of lavender and nut Into a faacr pitcher or bowL It will give a re freshing odor to a room. Save the paraffin that has been used on JelllM or Jam, melt and 1st It harden to smooth on Ironflat-Iren- e Come in and try on a suit ; we don't ask you to buy, bi are confident that the clothes will so appeal to you that the will sell themselves. There is not a house in the country tha makes better clothes than the house of Kuppenheimer. Prices $16.50 to $25.00 Other lines $7.50 to $15.00 For Spring house cleaning we have the most complete floor covering in town, and decidedly the cheapest. Art Squares Carpets, yd Mattings, yd. Oil Cloth, yd line ing day. Run dry braad throuih the mmmt grinder, place the crumbs In pa par naga in a dry place ready for breading veal or other ueea. Ammonia water la moat excellent for wiping up carpeta aa tt will brighten the colors. A spray from a oedar trM will clean and smooth Iron because of the Sponges should be thorouchlr ed and cleaned quite often to prevent .10.95 to 22.05 25c to 00c 20c 25c to 75c 1.00 to 1.20 1.00 to 3.45 to resin In the cedar. 15c germs collecting. Rinse milk veasela with roM watar before scalding with boiling water, as the milk will not adhere ao cloaely to the veasela. Calvea' liver ahould alea i!w,ti h fried with bacon or In bacon fat. a- Before acaldlnc milk rlnaa tha sel with cold water to prevent the milk from adhering to the dlih and burning. Hot water will rest the ,r mnr effectively than cold. Asbestos mats placed under a dolly 111 protect a dlnlna-- tabla f mm bat dishes. TWO CUpfuls Of Chonoed rnnkorl Linoleum, yd . Small Rugs, from . LADIES' AND MEN'S OXFORDS The finet line we ever Prices had. Patent Leather, Tans and Oxfords, nil styles, to the newei 1.00 5.00 Curry of Mutton. NAIFEH BROS DRY GOODS NEXT MONDAY til next Tuesday, at which tlmu thu -tax levy for this year will b deterWhat tho 1U .UoS Flscul Court has been In session mined, nnd (KMslbly a school tax will r ,.f IVeeuibiro, 1 ..'. ut tho Court llouso this week for the bq levied. i. low i Wilsons regular April term. FISCAL COURT. li.-S- CO NIGHT. It is Unnecessary in these modern times to preach the value of a good appearance. It is an advantage to possess this. Your, choice and responsibility is between selecting clothes that soon lose their identity and clothes that maintain their character. of curry powder, two cupfuls of stock, two tablespoonfuls of butter, one teaaneonful nf Juloe, two tablespoonfuls of flour, one very smau onion, salt and pepper to taste. Chop the onion fine and hmwn tn the butter with the curry powder. Aoa tee nour. stir until smooth and brown, add the stock and tha and when the aauce haa aufflclently tnicaenea aeason and serve. One cupful of meat and one of vegetables may be used: lima beans Or naaa vtva tne nest navor. ton, teaapoonful nnl. .MH oi mt The clothes of enduring individuality are made from good materials inside and outside, skillfully and honestly tailored throughout. W. S. Peck & Co., of New York, have been making quality clothes for years. The product of their experience and skill is here awaiting your inspection. This dtah la aa dellclnue vh.n from dried cherries as from tho fresh or canned fruit, and la an excellent emergency dessert. Arrnnge thick slices of buttered brown bread on the bottom of a glaaa aervlng dish, Over the slices pour stewed cherries, sweetened to taste, Then put on another layer of bread and envr with ... fruit. Continue In this way until aufll-clequantltjfchaa been prepared. Serve with sweeten! cream. Judgo Naylor. County Attornnv iu. ney and Ed Thomas, of Fulton, loft Tuesday for Frankfort, where they will appear bofore tho Stato Hoard of Equalization In an effort to keep Fulton county from having a 10 percent raise In taxes saddled on her cltliens. orr 'ojo 'ssausois 'IS on 'setieqd 'HJOIKIA 'sa&MJJVUI 'BUUin in nan oa v mai44H him. J0IJRO3 nx Cherry Bread. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. Incorporated Magistrates Ilrowdcr, Williams mid Good If Properly Spelled. "So you think Swlrs cheese la a Shaw woru prosuut, Judgo W. A. Nuy wholesome diet? "Yes" answered lor presiding. the man with a tender stomach; "only you must spell wholesome without J. W. Morris, Special Commissioner filed u sottlemeut with J, T. Scut, the 'w.'" showing a bulaucu of l,371.43 to no turuud ovur to tho now sheriff, (Joul-du- r Attorneys It. L. Smith and 11. 11. Johnson. Tho report will luy over Flat havo formed a partnership for CO duys for exceptions. .Mr, Soul bus tho practice of law In this county, inudu tho county a good sheriff. The peuco of tho county bus boon well and by tho terms of their partnership preserved and tho taxes havo boeu agreement, Mr. Flat will accept no owing collected right up to tho huudlu. criminal cases In this county, to tha fact that Mr. Smith Is Com friends out of his enemies but ho Is During his term, Mr. Beat has mudo monwealth's Attorney for thu district. a mutt that makes friunds anywhere. As tho partnership la limited to thu county, Mr. Flat is still free to uc Mr. Johnsou has the confidence ut the copt criminal cases In tho other pooplo and a prediction that he will counties of this district. Clinton (liv ruuko good Is uunocessury. zotto. Judge Naylor, County Attorney Ho-cHans Breltman Says: und Kan. Shaw wero upoluted a "Of n stranclier vnuts you to I committee to let the contract for two donu a cheek, tell I in you vos vllllng steel brdlges ncur Shuck Switch. 'o vnt till cler psnk vos opun " 'Ifwlimd News Naylor, Honey and Williams woru appointed to let u contract for one steel bridge on tho Cayco and AlexIf there is a blue saark os your andria road, also to buy ono Courier dost tail te renew this Heath span. as all hbmi are dleBtlitttd at tho Tim Court adjourned last nkht un eatrattoB a the ilsM. 20-fo- ur.. . Thu nl llarlow I , & v.-- I.I. ALllll L.1 Wt I.- I. lUCd ,1 illl U,1C ' ouu that brounKi a;;us boa" audleucu. In thu first ,.a t with melody to .1 t . . uunug. sumu thu comedluu lot thu fun end ef t a 11 "j uciU"""j BUiBW'l - - " ,, .lV1BJ IUU SUHK audience. The Uk effenI v: Feary was very tl ,. tv a wertl'H . .. turo acts in ucu lt!i .anted. Kred U, b .1... l..l..r.,llfllllL..I f. "I . . ... ... songs ma uuck u.. ,11,, musiw l4 ' ' udles and other lt t up n purfoiu ai:".' make Ot -1 , ' "J , ,f,l plaudod time ana At the Lyric s.st judgo 11. v Columbus Monday t fctrjfu': death of hU .s " D'ccas"d Roberts. "i"! " ono of tlio .u and lun vleiulty. J"1 a . ' .;"- ,. a ralleJ t1 rftH lU'J fi Kirin'l . .. v ' homo to-l- ht. f ALARM CLOCK THAT RATTLES Qsrman Invent Mechanism That Awakens Bleepsr Without Arousing Whole Neighborhood. Among the various things which often make life hard to bear, not tho least Is the neighbor's alarm clock. This Instrument of torture to the In nocent has a right to bo elaaaed with the beginner's cornet and the German hand, for while It Is eminently effective In doing Its duty, It too often succeeds In waking everybody within earshot Out of consideration for the suffcrors and partly, no doubt, to fatten his own bank account, a German Invented a rattling alarm clock. This clock, Instead of having n gong has a contrivance on top like tho mouthpiece of a telephone and at the back of this mouthpiece In a little hammer, vibrating on a spring. At the lime aet this hammer Is put to work beating a tattoo on the diaphragm of the mouthpiece. This pro- - Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will lect CAMPAIGN OPENS Not a political campaign but a campaign for business. er i .1 i i ti ! ttrr We are prepared to meet tne demands m an lines or merchandise contained in A Dry Goods Store, a Shoe Store A Clothing: Store, a Grocery Store A Hardware Store, a Harness Store A Drug Store, a Buggy Store be charged. The drivers will cither col- cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit fc you, for they will be chnrged with ench book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for dc- very. 1 1 m 1 This rule will not apply to soda fountains, . nriiAimla ..rill Vim er kv llltll tlbwvuuio 1 butch- - cr shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, ns Ctim. r UUI Uill CC. iiiv. Ill m nft!. I Hickman Ice & Coal Co. IN (INCORPOHATED.) ! 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 representing the highest attainment in buggy making. A mammoth aggregation of $25,000 worth of merchandise. A great special CASH SALE commencing i J N ST. T. DILLON, IVCn.iltfcoi-- . EONA 1 LOUISE COTTON. SILVER R08E, No. 1474. . ;U . Edna Loulao Cotton, dntigh Mr anil Mr. J. A. Cotton, tiled 7 homo lu this city, .Monday ix l. Li 1. o'clock, after an Illness u : n months. Dropsy and tuber-- i f tlio lungs caused hor death. v.. j duut' that IovIuk heart und ould du to prolong her life, i, ... tio avail, Uod cbooso to train t,.o lender floWor. t IjuUu Mai three ycurs and i.. i 'lUIlS of uko. r, r brief service at tho homo i. sday afternoon ul 2:30, by Uuv. 0 . Wilnoii, tho llttlu one was luld i, i .t u tho city cemetery. parents certainly buvo tho pro-f..1 tymnalhy of tholr many friends ti i . Silver Roso Is a beautiful black roan Snddlo Stallion, 16 hands and 3 Inches high, weighs 1100 pounds, years old; and comes of ono of tho boat saddlo strains In the country combining-th- o noted Denmark and Roso blood. Ho has plenty of style, Cannot Be Ignored. good nctlou and disposition, and goes all tho gaits lu an easy graceful man duces a continual and penetrating quite ncr. Full pedlgrco on application rattle which wakes the hearer alarm as effectively as th and without disturbing persons in Ll other parts or tne nouBe. old-styl- 0 SOLD QUESTIONS. I Porosity of Solids. The densest form of matter Is now understood to be neither continuous nor homogeneous, but full of holes. In a lato Royal Institution lecture, Sir James Thomson showed how hydrogen can be passed Into a vaccum tube through an Incandescent platinum Saturday, April 9th, and Closing Saturday, April 16th, 1910 Be careful how you make your purchase elsewhere. i window; and the pnasaRe of sodium .Muuroe, a negro tcochor of through glais in a similar manner la utilized In tho manufacture of high' 1 x.Lktou and ono of thu loader of rVnccum tubes as a meana of absorbing ) race lu Kentucky, was fuuud t the traces of. oxygen that cannot be of selling toucher' oxunilnu- i pumped out. An Italian physicist has .n questions by a Jury In Uio Todd Silver Roso will mako tbo season pasted hydrogen through Iron even Uit court and sentenced to ono of 1910 at tho following places: On when cold. x; ,n thu penitentiary. This lit thu Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of The Life of a Big Gun. ( . ; conviction In tho mate for this each week ho will bo at John Me In hi testimony before the United cr. LSIKarland's farm In Mississippi county. States houso committee on naval af Missouri, near James llayou brldgo fairs. Rear Admiral Mason recently gun all other days at tho stables of W. estimated the life of an eight-IncWILL RAISE COTTON. A. HInibaw, H tnllo south of Hick at 200 rounds. As first constructed, gun began to deteriorate Thu I n Ion City Oln Company will man, Ky the on Troy Road. by erosion at 80 rounds; but by reducI' i i.i J to know that under tholr fos-- ' TERMS; $20 to Insure. ing tho velocity and using a broader r. k euro KOino of tho host farmer copper rifling band, its life has been ti vicinity will this year plant HINSHAW & McFARLAND, extended to nbout 150 rounds. After t "ti Wo learn that our frlcndrJIru 160 rounds It would be necessary to k Wilson, among others, Is putUnK i rsllne the gun at a cost of $12,000, 1C acres lu cotton. Union City the flist NOTABLE DECISIONS. which Is about tanner. cost of the gun. me into justice iircwcr was on tho Supremo Ilcncli a little more than HOW TO MAKE HAY STACKER CLUBBING RATE8. 20 years. Two of the notable dccls Thu Hickman Courier and tho St. ions ho handed down wore one declnr. Home-Mad- e Contrivance Can Be Put Ing women to bo cllglblo for county louls (twlcou-woek- ) Together In Short Space of Time both one year for and Eatlly Operated. $1.50 superintendent of public schools and The Hickman Courier and the 8L another holding tho right of married Tf pinri mntnHnl Ib hnmlv nnn in rin women to money possessed by them louls Ropubllo both at tho tlmo of marriage, and to all can mako this stacker In three hours, one year for M0 nys a writer in .Mixxoun vauey f arThe Hickman Courier and Mom-pa- money earned by them afterwards, mer. Set ouo of large timbers In O Commorclal-Appea- l (Weekly), ground and guy solid. The other sits both one year for J1.25 Caleb Powers, who wns tried four The Hickman Courier and tho SL times for complicity In tho nssnasl Louis and Memphis nation of Gov. Win. Gocbcl In 1900, Conunerdal-Appea- l threo papers all convicted three times, sentenced to one year for $1,76 llfo imprisonment twice and to hang The Hickman Courier and Rural once, and finally pardonod by the lloute DaUy Republic, (to parties on presout Governor, A. K. Wlllson, Is a rural routes). A dally paper and a candidate for the Rcpubllcnu iioml kly paper, both one year for only nation for Congress in tho Klovonth 1 one-fourtGlobe-Democr(twlce-a-wcek), aiobe-Oemocr- at Wait for this great sale. NAYLOR MERCANTILE CO. DESTROY THE POTATO Little Peats of the Garden. BUGS. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. How to Get Rid of These Deatructlvs Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs. Jennie McClurc, Plaintiff, Mrs. Lou Harper, etc., Defend-anEquity. upon a credit of six months the lowing described property, to-wl- t: fol- t. $2.60 Kentucky District. The Hickman Courier and weekly O Louisville .Courier-Journa- l. Both for Uuy your groceries at tho Hickman one year for only $1.60 Qrocory Co., and save C por cenL For the family potato patch the quickest way Is to hand pick the old bugs. The bugs may be easily caught when torpid early In the morning. One bug, it Is said, will lay several huu dred eggs. Uy gathering the bugs there will be few worms. When the young worms are found In tho heart of the potato vines the best method Is to dust with parts green and plaster. One tablespoonful of pure paris green mixed In one peck of dry plaster will r of an be enough to dust acre of potatoes. When the worms are in the small foliage surrounding the blossoms and when the worms aro halt grown and are spread over the leaves twice this quantity must be Two dustlngB will be neces used. sary to kill the first and second broods, lluy the beat quality of parts green. Old green or green that has been exposed to the air is nearly Use worthless for killing worms. plenty of dry powdered plaster. The plaster Is excellent to Increase the growth of the vinos. The best time to apply the mixture Is early in tha morning when the leaves are dams from dew. Saeond Crop of Vegetables. In favorable localities expert gar doners are able to have cabbage ready by this date. There Is an abundance of beets, let tuce, peas, snap beans, onions and other vegetables to be disposed of, and as soon as these crops are oQ the ground preparations are made fot a second cror. every harvest belnf followed by a seedling or planting. Apples a la Caramel. Core and pare In alternate rounds the required number of apples and place In a deep pan. Put a caramel In each and sprinkle generously with sugar. Add a little water and a few drops of lemon Juice. Hake until tender. Kemove from the pan and cook the syrup until thick, then pour It over the apples. Serve plain 01 with cream. Chump Clark Is tho first louder of a minority In Congress In our history who completely overthrew a strong and well organized majority. All hon or to Chump, tho brilliant Democratic leader who unhorsed Joo Cannon. You Just watch "him" Hud "It." Buy your groceries from tha Hlek- - By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1908, In tho above cause, for the sum of Eighty-fiv- e Dollars with Interest at the rate of G per cent per annum from the 24th day of January 190S, until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for salo at the Court House door in Hickman, Kentucky to tho highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, pn the 11th day of April, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), The SW quarter of Sec. 25 T. 1, It. 5, West, except what Is cut off by road running east and" west, containing about 136 acres which belonged to Mrs. Tylor at her death. .Or sufficient thereof to produce the Bums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bear, ing legal Interest from .the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R. HILNKR. Com. O Thirsty T RBO Is who' von summI Spring Painting 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. Mr- - Spring Drugs eVWWWWW In addition to our prompt and accurate" prescription service, we have in stock all of the favorite family remedies for Spring use. In our years of experience we have learned the far r ti on a block r i i uvtu The Stacker Set Up. Explanation! Material! required, 1 pleca of 2 by . 11 feet Ions; for crane; 3 Urg timbers II feet lone; ! Umbers of medium sis 1( feet long for guys; 1 polo 14 feet Ions, faced on one side, for brace; 1 pole to feet long, faced on on aide; and a wire can be used ladder. No. for collar. 1 by three feet eight inches. Fasten pulley and rope at top, Tie rope at middle pulley, put through pulley at top of pole In ground, then through a pulley on ground. Pull the load up with a good horse. Three men and a horse are needed for operating the stacker. AJ00G 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 thatv should be found in a drug store, promise you prompt service, reasonable prices and courteous treatment. first-class L0K INT0'5T "The Old Reliable" HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) Tho gold dollar in tho United States baa practically gone out of circulation and uow it Is rumored that tho silver dollar U likely to follow It at least to some extent into lu In nocuous desuetude. Tho reason for this seems to bo simply that the gov ernment has ceased Its practice of paying tho oxprcssago on tho shipments of silver dollars. Ranks, therefore, prefer tho currency, which U so much lighter, and lu many section la rMrt4r detuaud at tkalr windows 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 u Qreewy c., aud save 6 per TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE SPRAY Enticing Display of Spring Style Footwear For Women We have searched the markets for all the newest in SPRING FOOTWEAR. That we have picked out an attractive line of the new One and Two STRAP PUMPS, SAILOR TIE and LOW BUTTON SHOE, is apparent to the most casual observer of the display now in our store. Price, Comfort and Service ability considered, they are values that should be carefully looked into before deciding upon any purchase Implements That Can Be Used and Bring About the Desired Results In the Orchard, not so Important when we spray for Han Join scale as that we It Is To the Public spray the orchard when tho wind la from one direction slid again when the wind Is blowing tho opposite way. Then every part of th tree win tie cor cred with the ma terial. A good barrel pump with two leads of hose la 1 best, and a pump where tha lever works over and buck rathor than Strainer. up and down. Use an extension rod with an eighth bead. so you can get all around the tree without moving. Two Urge or several small nonlcs should bs used on the end of the rod to throw a dense, flue spray Hare at least 30 feet of hose and If two leads, one 15 foet and the other 40 feet, to you can get the nos- zlo where you want to put the apray, The Misty, Jr.. nouls will throw moro tpray than two old style V'er morels, and will not clot;. An ordinary as pipe gives as Kood results as a bamboo extension rod and is much cheaper Aluminum Is too brittle. Cut It In three-foo- t sections aad use two for a tlx foot and three for a nine foot rod. Tho attachment Is preferable to the U, for the Utter throws the spray from tho nozilca to nearly horizon L'so not orcr two nuzzles for tal. spraying a dormant tree, but four or Mre for a tree In foliage. A coal cal tin atralncr with brass wire 35 tncshet to the Inch supported oror one- fourth Inch ructh wire Is best and quickest for straining. J E wish to announce to our friends thru we have opened a PLUMBING and TINNING citb. liihment, and solicit your patronage only on Hie mPr. its of our work, guaranteeing satisfaction or the Work don't coat you a cent. We guarantee our plumbing to pats City In,pcc. lion in every way. Our work is strictly snnilnry that's why we are sanitary plumbers. elsewhere. With You And We'll Do Your Work Let Is Figure Millet Sr Alexander the Mccreary boom. SNUFF PLANT FOR MAYIELD. Tho American Tobacco Snuff Com pany Is on the eve of building in Mayfleld a magnificent plant west of the I. C. railroad for the manufacture of snuff of the rich brown weed of Graves. It wilt cost J 10.000 nt least, and Its pay roll will be at least $250 weekly. It will be exempt from city taxation five years. Slate warrants are pouring Into tho The Beckham following In the state seems to have settled upon Hod. J as ll. McCreary for governor next year and this support, added to his own wldo popularity, will make hltu a uiott formidable candidate If lie can be politics In prevailed upon to life. the evening of his well-speSenator McCreary was Governor 35 years ago and Is not far from 70 years of age, though still In vigorous and well preserved physical condition and in full possession of his strong mental faculties. t. lleckham, whose machine was run over Senator .McCreary when he touf.ht endorsement Is strongly suspected of turning to Mr. McCreary as the best available roan to head off the boom of his enemy, Ben Johnson, which at one time threatened to sweep everything before It. Whatever may be tho motive inspiring Mr. McCreary's political enemies In the movement to get him Into the race, the fact Is evident that tho mero suggestion has met with a hearty endorsement from the people and the press. But, to let Beckham and a few of his 2x0 henchmen get mixed up in this boom will put a quietus on the whole thing. It will die abornln'. We believe the great majority would prefer a clean Republican to another dose of Beckhamlsm, His waB certainly a rotten line-u-p from the west border of Fulton county to the east line of Pike. Fulton county still has one or two Beckham that will show the people a deck with five aces if allowed to squirm from beneath the avalanche of political unpopularity of a few years ago. s Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. J. Q. Adams, Manager E. W. Adnmt, Sec. and Treai. Tge By Optimist's Corner T. UUTLKK. Daily Helps to Health and Happiness OEOKQK FOR FIGHTING THE CURCULIO Cheapest and Quickest Way of De stroying This Destructive Little Orchard Pest. The quickest and most economical method of fighting the curcullo, where there are only a few thees. It to place a sheet tinder each trre rly In thi morning, as soon aa the Insects ap pear, and Jar the trunk; when they fall gather and burn, tays the UaJ tlmore American. This should be done twice a week for two or three weeks, when moat. If not all of them. can be caught before the fruit Is In Jurcd, The plum, the damson, and the apricot are the fruits meet In A U.M.D. treasurer's office to be stamped "Interest bearing" so that five per cent Interest can bo collected on them. The force In the treasurer's office Is almost swamped. The act allowing lnte.rest on warrants went into effect April 2nd. Mention good living and nine out of every ten people will take It for granted that you mean good food, and perhapt a great deal more of It than le neceetary. But that is not good living. Good living Is an art, are but few who fet and the bert out of life. One may have money and still lack the real eflnementt of life. The real object and end of life cannot always be attained by povth-v- e IB 1 H APrYM H UVOVUHVI TPT j? . to inform our friends have a few more gold flan for sale, hut they will not last long. These, aro the last we will be able to get until next winter. You want a pair don't put off getting them any longer. A nice lino of globes, ornaments, etc. Yours are hero; call and pick them out before they are all sold. Helm & Ellison. We desire wo that O CARD OF THANK8. To tho good neighbors and friends, who have been so kind to us during I Young Men want clothes with "snap" and "class." These features can best be secured by having your clothes made to order by erty, either. It depends largely upon the char icter and the con clen'-.of the Individual. Good living does not consist in a large variety of dishes poorly cooked, but a few wholesome dishes, well cooked. It does not mean a large house, poorly kept, but a house well kept; not plenty of clothes, gorgeous and out of date, but a few clothes, modern kept and order. The in same rule will apply to books collects under various circumstances to a library reflecting one's hiblti and tastes. These things wHh a few friends of like habits and tastes to while away a social hour, go far toward realizing In ourselves the comfort and Joy of living, and In shaping the Individual character. But there U the ethical which must be considered. It It the Ideal which speaks more for the high-o- r lite than for anything pise. e aPr IXW, MANUFACTURING m LXGRMIW LOUI5VlLLL,KV,UA Sample on display at this office. juren. Slugs that attack the pear and ether trees may be killed by dust ing the leaves, when damp, with fresh alrtlaked lima. Apple trees should be sprayed early In the spring when buds cominenco to form; after the blossoms fall, whoa fruit Is grown and when half grown. The Bordeaux and parts grata solutlea Is the best remedy, These solutions may be had already prepared at the agri cultural stores. one-third The Hickman Courier' BXGLUSIVI IOCAIs AGBXTnS FPU THIS EXCLUSIVE, LINE..-V jf MARY'8 LITTLE HEN. the seven months Illness and death of our darling daughter, we wish to extend our sincerest grateful appreciation. thanks and J, A. Cotton and wifo. o LOST A JUROR. The new Spring line comprises the largest and "swell-est- " assortment of Scotches and Cassimeres in Gray shades ever shown. The clothes are guaranteed to fit you and to be flawlessly made. We will be only too glad to show you through the line-- no obligation incurred on your Iu a western county of Kentucky years ago, when the form of questioning was slightly different from now, much trouble was experienced la getting a Jury for a murder trial, Finally an old fellow- answered every question satisfactorily; ho had no prejudices, was iot opposed to capital punishment and was generally a valu able find. Then, tho prosecutor Bald solan nly: "Juror, look upon the prisoner; prl oner, look upon the Juror." Tfee old man adjusted bis spectacle aa4 peered at the prisoner for a full baa atlauta. Then turning to the oMtrt he saM: "Jw4, dura If I don't believe lie's guUty." - part E. R. ELLISON Tho show-boa- t people uro showing the city fathers a trick in high dodging. Iusteud of getting 25 or $30 license out of each boat we are getting nothing, but tho bout-shpeople "get theirs" Just the sumo by Iaudnlg below town. We don't blame them for not puylng $45 or SCO Its too much. o Tha Hue Ko4k at tnm fI ne ts kMi. A 4 Mr. M. Mulllns and wife, and Miss Hthel Hussell, of Union 01 ty, were Ug here Tuesday to attend the funeral of LIU to Louise Cotton. Propagating Grape Vines. The beat way to Increase grape vines for a home vineyard la to make simple cuttings In tho fall after the Tills may be leaves have dropped. done when the parent vine Is pruned for the winter, the pruning of wood being cut In lengths so as to Include two buds, one at the base of the cutting, the other Just below the lop. The cuttings are then to be bundled with their butts togethSays she to those who dally fall, er and burled erect below the reach pen- - With needle, brush and of frott, Jn a well drained, tandy or "If you would do as well as I, loamy toll. When spring opens they Just keep a llttlo hen." are to be set In drills six or eight Inches apart In tha drill and cultivated like such crops as beets and Garden seed at Ucltorsworth & peas. The vines may be trained to Pruther'8. stakes or trellises, but tblt Is not O necessary, as they are to be removed Ur. C. W. Curlin is now making his In the fall or the followllng spring professional calls lu a Brush uuto and set In the vineyard. which he purchased from A. O. Ca Plant Apple Treea. rut hers. The latter 1ms placed hi The question Is being atked In tome order for another inuchluo mid will of the farm papers, "Will It pay the farmer to plant apple trees?" Yes, have It hero In u few days. why not? One thing Is pretty certain, It be does not grow them the family Beware of Ideas) will do without apples, for ho won't An KnglUh drnimitlst should Ktinit buy them. himself against Ideas us carefully hx young girl should preserve hor Inn Cultivation or Plants. Tha tnasnna Ipnrnnt frnm tmmt . ..... . ....... after. Dramas of Ideas are epliemei h1. Dramas of adventure are f minor drought should not be forgotten, for Indications are that it will be repeat-- , lal Kru. ail this season. Tharafora mlHv.Mnn of plants or mulching rautt be done. Justlco Harlan Is urging Governor Wlllson as tho successor of Justice lot! Cream, hot and mid rfrlnlra and Brewer on the Supreme Court bench. Justice Harlan was af one time a xvervthiiut iu tha indn walar Una gee4 aa eaa be tea&4 ajurwhere. law partner ot the Oevwaor, Oea Harris. Tho years, passed and Mary paid Tho little mortgage- due, Sout hur girl to boarding school, Her boy 'to college, too. Sho has a nest-egIn the bank, And oven keeps a cook, And everything about her lias A thrifty, well-kep- t look. g a llttlo hen Upon her llttlo farm. Against tho wolf before the door It proved to be a charm. Each day ll laid a little egg, Which Mary sold at town, And thus she bought her groceries And now and then a gown. Mury had tually cure sweeney, says a writer la Wallace's Farmer. In the barnyard he built a Ore of chips. In which he placed an old ax. Then he would thoroughly bathe the lame shoulder af the borsa In lard or meat drippings aad t when the az waa almost he would hold It very close to tha shoulder and thoroughly haat the lard late the flesh. The horse had to be held firmly by some one, for at Brat he would shy about considerably; but aft er he learned that the treatment waa for his benefit be would Uke to It vary kindly. During treatment ha was given the freedom ot tha barnyard, and when again worked no loose or alouchy collar was allowed on him. Two or three weeks' (every day) treatment effected a cure. red-ho- Treatment for Sweeney. My father was an Illlnolt farmer. On two occnalona I saw him effec Best In Town That's saying a whole lot, but no other phrase describes our ICE BOXES and REFRIGERATORS. Also they are the cheapest. If you don't believe it call and see them, and then compare the prices with those elsewhere. St. Louis Fnrxiishing Co. sunt. j. a. crobbo h Caiiiionlsm can still blsa and growl, ru' but that Is till Its fangs have boon self un excoplioii to lb' no publican politicians stUm oxtractud. resign." never - . New Jtrtey Losing Income. Deluded New Jut soy guts I8.000.00U a year iK from Its oyster beds, but could get Many men suffer fr$10,000,000 from the taiiiu source If that they aro the masters lu ' ,e'r DC N Charles! he avulluhle thlu hind was properly housKhnlils. ceded and cultivated. Courier. . n u Moor os The Courier has a few naekaces of garden seed that will be given to Its subscribers free. Call sua gat Hum. curt 'J" TEN PRETTY BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE XND TEN IN When LOIS, BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN You Want One mill HEIGHTS ADDITION I sell ten more lots, the remainder be taken off the market for one year. The rest of the lots will cost from 25 to 50 per cent more than I ask for the next ten I sell. This is by odds the prettiest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman I If of These Lots - - Now is the Time to Get Busy I BARKETT BARKETT. SHOT THROUGH HAND. You Use Flour It is the Staff of Life! Out do you use the best (lour .ifrrlor grades? I Courier Want Column K.VTKfl i One Oent per Word per Week Ciuh lu Advance. t v ii ..t..e. rri at the tame price of that of April showers. IJverybody busy. Clean up your premises. have secured the exclusive agency for the flour that ha to superior and few equals. For the particularly fastidious taste call for Tako your produce to C. II. Moore. Bulte's Excellence or Autumn Leaf These two brands are In a class to themselves and a guar-irte- e goes with every tack, to give perfect satisfaction or money funded. Dan Drlggs has rcturnced to Memphis. Tho "Fighting Parson" ic tonight. at tho Lyr& Am-berg- 's In Hih Patents try White Swan, Red Rote, Carnation, Snowdrift These brands are guaranteed to be high patent and made (rem strictly first class soft wheat. If you will give any one of ttie brands a trial you will bo csrvinced and made a regular user. I manufacture the pure meal for table use, guaranteed. CALL ON YOUR GROCEH FOR ANY OF THE BRANDS OF FLOUR NAMED, and you will confer a favor to yourself as well Yours to please, at to, FOlt MKN ONLY ad. Smith Sheriff Johnson went to Fulton terday on business. yes- Joo Kverly, of Dirk, Mo was hero Friday on business. Tinware and store fixtures at &. Prather. Leo Carter was here from Fulton yesterday on business. C. P. HOME B. TRAVIS. 8. When you need meal, don't forget to call for tho MANUFACTURED." Charlie Huberts, of Union City, Is hero this week on business. Mrs. C. W. Curlln nnd Miss Iva Adams wero In Union City last Sun- day. NEWS FROM STATE Mrs. Barkett is a sister of Jas. Barkett, who Is employed In tbo decon partment storo of A. S. Barkett, in 44p West Hickman. FOIl RENT: Desirable residence Moso 1b well known here having on the Hill. L. P. Ellison. been In the mcrcantllo business, FOUND: April 1st, pocket book, Standard Oil Co. agent, street sprink ler and n dozen different things, and containing money. S. L. Dodds. is one of tbo best alt round hustlers TARPING for coughs and colds In tho state. 25c per bottle. Helm & Ellison. They will mako their homo in Hick FOR RENT-Busin- ess house on man. Clinton street. Apply at this office. Moso. Congratulations. WANTED: Small bottom farm, at reasonable price. Address Hickman Courier. Hickman Lodge 761 FOR SALE Six nico corner lots F. & A M. in the Henry Addition. Term to suit purchaser. Julian Choate. 35tfo Hickman Lodge No. 7G1, F. & A. FOlt SALE: White Plymouth Rock M.. will meet In regular communicaeggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon- tion next Monday night at 7:30. Vis 33tfc. nell, Hickman. Routs 3. iting brothers cordially Invited. FOR SALE Pure Bred White H . N. COWGILL. Master. Leghorn eggs. The big layers and D. OWENS, Secy. profit payers. 75c a setting. Work In E. A. degree. L. P. ELLISON. Work in F. C. degree. Work in M. M. degree. FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Drown Leghorn eggs for setting. Per setting of 15 eggs, 70c. C. A. Murchlson, ad1p dress, Cayce, Ky. 2tfc FOR SALK: A good planter.$7.G0. C. L. ROSE. two-hors- o Kat-halac5-- VOll SALK: C. 0. SMITH. horse w t. f i r t e.i I .1. 'r .t. .1. Good, gcntla family ttt i Moso Darken, a well known young man of this city, and Miss Nasra Uarkett, of Gibson, Mo., were united in marriage In tbo latter city Wednesday at the home of tho bride's sister. Geo. HInson, residing In tho vicinity of Blue Pond, a few miles below Hickman, had tho misfortune to shoot himself through the hand Tuesday afternoon. The weapon was a 38 Smith & Wes son, which Mr. HInson kept about his home. He picked the pistol up thinking it was not loaded and snapped it, tho ball going through tho left hand, shattering the bones and tearing a fearful holo In tho member. The bullet passed through the band, a plcco of wood and out through the wall of tho houso. Mr. Hinson's injuries woro dressed by Dr. Hubbard. It Is more than likely that his hand will always be Ne.r a Pleasant Sentence. To say "I do not know" Is not nearly as painful as It seems to those who hae never tried it Samuel England Losing Small Farmers. In 30 years there has been a shrinkage of 2,325 in the number of small holdings In England that is, arms of 60 acres and less. We want all the local news. If you cannot see a reporter, call No. 21 Cumberland or Home phone. LINE. su 'it 3 A r:' Maddox visited In Hickman Ilacon visited week. HcCluro spent Wednesday In IUiki.s: on 'J la t . r Iogan and wlfo were hi r Saturday. "i Uni- M U Shaw and Tom I ity Monday. l'rather wore Gi. 1 rasfleld Is nblu to itt ' a a n'tnek of lagrlppo. R bo out rK V a' H fc Mt Meeks filled bis appoint- -' Ilermon 8undny. Arthur iL' -2 -, in Shaw Is spending a lllcktunu this week. W- (j V Wblpplo nnd r wero In Union City Mi. A. K. Thursday. E l"ar.j J Ftanr has returned from where ho attended a bouse A Maddox and Mr. I.. II. FOR SALE: Nice residence near Arthur Shaw and wife, of State and last Lino, spent Monday with J. II. Drown the College. Plenty of ground purall Improvements. Terms to suit and family. chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, If you want a homo. Hickman Courlor. Dr. D. J. Prnthcr and Dan Glenn Follow tbo advlco in Smith & wero hero Sunday tbo guests of Tom clothing ad. It will mean a FOR, SALE: Eggs from prize win leather. saving of from 5 up on every suit. ning Black Langshans, Buff Rocks, and White Wyandottes. It pays to D. II. Toombs and sons, Cavltt and Judge Jobn M. Nichols, ono of the get tho best. Mrs. Annie McDanlel, Uryan, were in Union City ono day best attorneys in West Kentucky, Hickman, Ky. 42p last weok. died at his home lu Dardweli this FOR SALE: A nice residence, one week after a protracted illness of Swan Hurrus and wlfo have return- pneumonia. block from Postofflce. The house ed from a visit to their daughter, has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch- o es; la good repair and a very desiraMr. Mobs, iu Fulton. The Feminine Fancy. ble place. Call at this office. Somehow n girl doesn't ImuKlhP nh Misses Jano and Loulso McConnell Bourbon Red Turkeys. Rhode Red left Monday for Howling Green where Is happy unleSR her" lovn for some man Is sluing enough to make her Chickens. Eggs from Red Chickens tboy will attend school. miserable Kxt'iiniige. si for 15. Write for price of turkoys. Mist Lou McDanlel, who baa boen Mrs. Q. B. Threlkeld, State Line, Production Poorly Distributed. IMayp Ky. on a visit to her brother, A. McGermany, Great llrlt in and the Danlel, in Tampa, Fla., Is tbo guest s United States produce ol FOR SALE: Owing to a change In of T. A. Frathcr and family. the world's supply of pig iron. business necessitating me leaving Hickman, I will sell my home on Episcopal Anatomy. Carroll street near the Ice Plant. "Our dear bluliop looks very stiff and Mrs. Geo. Jones, of Fulton, spent For terms seo Mrs. Graves at the Wednesday with her daughters, Mrs. dlgnllled," remarked old Mrs. Croxley; residonce or wrlto mo at Rayvllle, Gra- "but I asmiro you lie has n warm, kind Carl Schmidt and Mrs. Clarcnco Qraves. La., H.-beating bentHth his gaiters." ham, In this city. Til lilt Martin friends Ellison Brothers Watch our Windows Am-berg- 's ForiirrjrisgecisLk Each Week FLY TIME IS HERE Keep 'em out with our SCREEN TIME FOR GARDENING Steel Garden Hoes AW lour-flfth- 25 Cents All White Enameled Ware DOORS Complete with Hinges.Spring and Knob. tit-a- sHx.oo Apple Soup. I cyew Spring Low. Shoes For Ladies.... ARE HERE IN A MOST DIVERS IFIED ASSORTMENT OF STYLES I & i new models in Ladies' Slippers are now on display. Nowhere else could "" .1 -- J .ttnxliii L b iimrlmont Kn fnnnrl. In lnur ihnM for women, we have superb novelties in styles that combine beauty, ease and grace Included are Vlci, Patents, Gun Melals and Black Suedes. 1 here are rumps nnd Cut Out Strap effects in exclusive designs priced at fUR I j This is not a very generally known POULTRY NETTING soup, but ll necomes a invorue wnen once tried. Take Ave pints of mutton or beef stock, and when It bolls add one and a half pounds of cooking ap- cles. pared, cored and cut In pleoes. When the apples are thoroughly cooked, press through a sieve and add a small teaspooniui or powdered gin ger. Simmer for five minutes, skim, The best kind Galvanized before aad serve very hot accompanied by a weaving. dish of boiled rice. 3 feet high, 7 cents a yard. Best Asbestos In Arizona. 4 feet hieh, 8 cents a yard. The best asbestos yet found la the 5 feet nigh, 9 cents a yard. United States Is located near the bot torn of the Grand Canyon of Arizona, but it must be taken 12 miles down STEP LADDERS the canyon, 4,000 feet up the other 20 miles further side, and then hauled to the railroad. Well Made Scallop Curry. Fine quality Bowl and Pitcher OO Coiitm French China Plates - Well worth 1.50 the set 75c set of six Very Special Water Set Put two tablespoonfuls butter In i.ttflAnan. then add a tfiunnnnful nt curry, a large cupful of stock, and salt I mAA A Bargiin indeed. 6 feet high nAnnAr r, .nnunn Whan niiirt of scalloDB that havn cooked until tender, and serve oa . . . . i terea loasi or wuu cumuej. O at. but-- 2.30, 3.00, 3.50, 4.oo 2 ...May We Show You... BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. iffillflKHNWIM I What tho Bristol, (Teuu.,) Herald Courlor of Sunday, November 2lst says about tho Barlow & Wilson MIu struts: "The second minstrel of tho Specials in season, Barlow & Wilson's, hold the CANNED GOODS boards at the Harmellng Saturday night and pleased a good sized audi Apples ) 7c ea. or Tito Instrumental selections 2 lb. Standard once. V 4 cons tor rendered, tho ensoui woro splendidly 2 lb, Stand, Tomatoes J 25c bios woro pleasing and tho Jokes created laughter, The solo work was done In the usual artlstio style, and as a whole the show made good At the Lyric next Monday night, ad' mission e. SOc Gold Banded 6 in. Gold. glass patterns. Cut Pitcher and 6 Tumblers $1.39 Ellison Brothers 9 This Model CHANK5 INDUSTRIAL NOTES. government. The Japanese cabinet recently re pealed an ordinance enacted tn 1871 nrohlbltlng the use of foreign Inks on official documonts. granted a A Kansan has bcon patent upon a wire basket, to be hung from two small wheels on a clothes Be ure and see us before line to hold clothespins. A new weed detroyer for gardens combines a narrow spade with a pall of Jaws, operated from tho handlo In such a manner as lo lift weeds which presents a pleasing combination of leathers. It Is of Patent the spado has loosened. Colt 'with Kid too. It is also shown in dark green and tan A mixture of equal parts of alcohol and water Is the beet for cleaning lisslan calf, made over the kid last. Ihese styles art Tcry greasy and dingy surfaces of lantern popular and cheap for mirrors. nr turnlnit an old skate over and B- step end It the Fwcllest Straps, Pumps and Oxfords, in all leathers, eUr W screwing tho to theholes, a of a boot handy rivet We must shott you at Rice's Shoe Store. ?f through shdn in the city. scraper Is made. Salt is used as a flux In melting brass and other copper alloy metals, as It reduces the oxide that forms and cleans the metal. The Cambridee experimental farm hn beicun an InterestlriK Investigation of the Inheritance of horns and face 1) W. Hughe, tho racket store color In sheen. The Italian army has constructed a man of Kulton, was in town Wednes of education, where you will contlnuo RESIGNATION ACCEPTED. to be useful to all the people of the dirigible balloon with a capacity or day 2,600 cubic meters, all parts or wnicn The resignation of State Superin- stato." ware made In Italy. Misses Dottio Davidson and Kdna tendent of Instruction Crabbe that O Carpenter were In Union City, had been banded Governor WlUson, The Entre Nous Club was enter MUSIC MADE BY BALALAIKA has been nccepted. tained Saturday afternoon by Miss Ellsworth Kcgensteln. of tbo New- Blanche Helm. Thoro were two tables Coifo" Is better than Kverybody In port public schools, was named to of progressive Hook played. An OX' Instrument Holds Chlaf Place anybody coffee. At tho best stores Now Cur's Court Orchestra succeed bim. Gov. Wlllson said: "I ccllent In Hickman. o menu wus served. Has But Three Strings. feel now that while you sought office The gucsU were Misses Dottio David Misses Ina and Ucrnlco Royer, ot and was elected for a term of four son, Ellse Luten, Lois Itarltett, Nell In Its primitive state, the balalaika No, 8 Island, visited Mr. and Mrs. II. years, assuming a very serious obli- Bondurant, Dora Cavitt, Hazel John of central Russia was of ordinary deal. Its strings were of catgut, and Parharn Saturday and Sunday. gation to fulfill the contract, you son and Dss Thompson. were from five to seven In number. have accomplished so much during R K. Sclfrva, aged 24, of Hancock Tht balalaika as reconstructed by your term, as superintendent and county. Ky.. and Miss Cora Mills, of Mr. Carmody, mechanical engineer, have aroused such an Interest and Hickman county, obtained a license feeling In the cause of education that of Ml. Sterling, Ky., has been sent to marry April 4tli. I have a right to say to you In the here from Louisville to fill the va who other post of duty In the same field cancy made by Henry Hamilton, Tk. t.itii-- r uiva thero are I. has returned to tho Loulsvlllo office. Well and faithfully done.' Q00 coses ot measles within tho corpoO rate limits ot Mayflcld. Many old "You have earned your right to people ore uown wmi me uikiwv. Ilcnd Smith & Amberg's MEN! lay down these duties and accept people of Kentucky. clothing ad. of the A. It. rounds, proprietor of the res taurant on tho corner, and Miss Clara Oconee, also of this city wero married April 6. Tho groom Is 31 years old and tho bride 27. SnlriU of camphor will freshes oiled playing cards. From coal are proaucea mom 400 different colored dyes. mar than Rnatn hu of lta tobacoo from tho United 8tates Tba first refrigerator cars tn lira-il- l will be put In service In the near future on railroads controlled by the one-quart- Our Millinery Department Is Growing Every Day We are constantly receiving new goods. received a new lot of Juit Shapes and Trimmings brimful of new effect and mntcrinli. selecting your new hat. i Our Millinery Department BALTZER & DODDS (INCORPORATED) D. G. CO. 1101 TWIOM VI' 11)1 fRS. and $83. SO E. C. Rice & Co. S SHORT STOPS Mrs. 1'. 11. Curlln visited In tho country this week. CapL Lou Tullls, ot CaJro, was here this week on business. Hugh Kd Curlln was over from Un ion City, Tuesday uvi-nlt- Hickman Independent Telephone. Co npiny. 43 3 Anderson, 3 Hallow, R. I Hallow, A. 11 (i r 3, Karle 1'ace, of Union C ty, visited t Miss Kstelln Harper Sunday. II. I'arham and children visit ed relative In Union City last week 6 feu. lu-i- , two-cours- 34 6-- U (Dutch) , 1 i. i 38 Deltersworth A Prsther . ..8ioro . Mrs. F. M. Ryan made a trip last i3 1V4 Douthol. W. D tvt week with her husband to Ashport, 160 Ulackford it Hubbard. Vrt utnc Ten n., and return. 413 Drown, C M Mr. IJ4 96 Uallow, J. W Uallow, W. C. lUllzer . Dodds U i. Km. Rts. an-na- 1 Tho Courier's advertisers nro re spectfully asked to gel advertising copy In to us not later than Tuesday noon. Otherwise we cannot give you good position; In fact, tho earlier tho Russian Musloal Instrument. butter for both you and the Courier M. V. V. Andreoff Is a mora elaborate force. affair, and the Instrument In Its new"Darlow and Wilson Minstrels was form now holds 'chit f place In the czar's court orchestra. tho attraction at Academy of Music Amongst the alterations made by M last night nnd tho show was greeted Andreett are the addition of a neck by one of the largest houses of the and the reduction of the number of season. If applauso counts for anystrings to three. was well pleased." The balalaikas are the triangular thing tho audience Wilmington, N. C. Morning Star, of shown in the photograph, Instruments The oval instruments are domraa, ser Wcdnewlay, Jan. 19, 1910. Harlow & eral ot which (and a dulcimer) figure Wilson Minstrels will bo hero one in M. Andrcctrs balalaika orchestra night only next Monday night. Ad which is now appearing in London mission 25, 35 and 50c - A careful reading of Smith & Am- - 413 Coffey, Mrs. M 1 .tSLuji Adams berg doming au wm save you -- u ll Cotton per cent of your clothing money ov S Curlln, P. D Dr. ..K. r 3- -2 Creed. Jottu.. vrj car. 39 City Mayor's Utile IU good all tho way down, and then soino. This "Everybody Coffee 133 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L..omc 36 Dodds Co., J. F. L S. L..... Us that most everybody In Hickman Olttw using. Try It onco and you'll be glad 34 Dodds. W. A. ....Kvi. you did. Davis. A. W, Mgr. 10 DavU, 11. T Miss Hetllo Williams, who has Just 39 Dillon, Tom, Sr oil." returned from Kelstcr College, 81. t 133 Udward, W. A Louls, bus opened a dress making ) tabllahmeiil over llaltxer & Dodds D. Lit tultnu Count Court ...... 0. Co.' atom and will bo glad to I i7 Farmers Ulu Uuin U old havu you call nnd givo her n trial 24 Farmer it Merchants lituk when In need of sowing of any kind. i 43 2 tlruves, C... lire. Article of Incorporation wero filed II Cray, IU L. week by Molt Ayer. R. 8. Williams, 37 Cray, It. 1.... In tho office of tho county clerk this 433 Harding, II. 11 1 33 ' ... 1 NEW PRODUCT IS VALUABLE Resinlt Well Adspted for Impregnit Ing Porous suostanees to Render Waterproof. Resinlt, a new product. Is described by H. Lebach. a Gorman, as slmillr to glass, celluloid, and hard rubber, but superior to these and other substnncea for many uses. It seems to be adapted to a great variety of purposes. It dlf fers from shellac and other naturnl resins, as well as from various art! flclal resins prepared from phenol and aldehydes, In being slow burning, Infusible. Insoluble, and unaffected by acids and alkalies. A mixture of crystallzed carbolic acid and a 40 per cent solution of formaldehyde heated with potash, soda, or other at kali or neutral salt. The product I a yellowish, mobile liquid, which Is a impure resinlt with much water, and porous Is adapted for impregnating substances, like wood and paper, to render them bard and waterproof. Dis tilling off the water leaves a vlscou liquid of many possible applications, When the thick liquid is heated fur certain time to 175 degrees Fahren belt, and then to about 400 degrees, It Is changed to a glossy, vltreou solid, which Is pure resinlt red brown or yellow In color, transparent or translucent, and having a con It can be dyed and choldal fracture Its great cut, turned and polished. hardness and slight brlttlesnesu are unfitted for some purposes, but more elestlc and easily worked ma terial can be hud by simply mixing the pure resinlt with kleselguhr, tal cum, or other liner. O Horn je2illllltl Herbert Carr. Ilalley Huddloston. Frank Carr, constituting tho Kulton 23 Johnson, W. C Publishing Co. Tho company I in.... ' Klug, Norrls ., corporated to publish a dally nnd 4 3fe newspaper and conduct a Job 12 Hickmau Packiug U. .. lnn weekly SiLprinting office In the city of Fulton. 10 Helm ii KlUson ou,tt own 19 share of lock. 21 Hickman Courier Mott Ayer Sl0' R. 8. Williams 10, Herbert Carr 3. 9 Hickman Drug Co Dally Iluddleston 10, Frank Carr 13. 20 Hickmau Furniture Co . The company Is Incorporated for 4s Hickman Ico fc Ual to 07 Hickmau Woguu Co ... slur 11 Hickman Hardware Co Ulackfurd. Ur 160 Hubbard W Hickman Dank .. . M Hubbard, Dr. J, M 2fl " Motk I J bC Hickmau Joint 3G Hlclunuu Job bliop H grocery 33 ti Kirk, R. 27 13-- b IUudlo A. H 2'j 41 41 lh J.usk, J. Ja W Hot,' N ,...SW .... H r 'I r Designed by RosenwaUl & Weil, Chicago 1W --M")". t 2 Moore, mnk 8. .. A A PAIR of & W. Outing or Peg Top Trous-wil- l be mighty useful the next few months. We have many excellent patterns and colors from which to make a selection. And the quality of fabrics and tailoring will be a source of pleasure to you. There are eleven points of superiority in trousers made by Rosenwald & Weil, of Chicago details that make for perfection. The fabrics are medium, light and feather in weight, soft flannels, worsteds, cheviots, cashmere. Color light, medium, dark Patterns strong, subdued, sober If you would examine a comprehensive and choice assortment, follow the trail that leads to our store. COMB ITBAIl r Co. the Victor Records FOR APRIL Nil'!'. 28 Nowtou, 31 Noouou, 42- 41214 -- Ja. 0..... . Joe... J" wre 33 ... ..... I'UOips, 414 Patterson, C. S, u Polner & CariHUt.r - Victor Music gets better all the time. This months selections are very fine. 42 Rice,k.. N. L. a 14 Rice, Seat & Leggate Speight, R. H 77 Smith & Auiberg 132 Btahr, KlvU 62 . ....Res- - stor, livery '&U)tt $22 will buy a 43 62 4-- ... " 26 Sudborry. W. T. Self, Tom 1 Southern Express ' m$ Co office 43V4 44 And SIX DOUBLED FACED RECORDS 1W Townsond, J. A Townsend. Otis Townsend. Jme 1 '"' Refc Met. 36 43 42- BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. (Ineerpet'ate') Cheshire, of here a few days last week the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. Giving you twelve selections. And a small payment down and One Dollar a week is all you are out. Hear the Victrola, the Nashville, was Victor without a horn. -1 30 Wilson, Mrs AM" Wright. Bd V4 Wheeler, L. P n i. 1ft Wllo. rr i O ELLISON BROTHERS You'll aamu ui I you didn't know honest about 8eod. tha'a !" ttt ,uu - ... drink Htbat to ru Coffee." On U Uleluaau.