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The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and let's Hitch Up tllM tUBt 0. VOLUME IN WEBTEKN KEMTDOIT M HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. WHOLE 10.9404. ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR 1HHO Hlckmanltes Will be Quired by Enumerator Tomorrow -- T : Spring Cleaning is in Order m npMara to rIvo thu nvcntKo person moro troublo. You, renlde, (or ccnaua purpose, at lenat, where you am will inne n snap w t Ci.. sleep, where you muko your home. of iii gnat iluamiii una mum AnoUier term that Is liable to be iiii'ii'uii tlmt ud(U to liln misunderstood, according to census and commercial wenllli. dednltlons, Is the word fnuilly." n , t.i,,. lis only once III It'll years, Kor census purjioscs n family s n J. Hire IHHeil til itiimuait iu household the people dwelling tottJ , ii be ufU (or tlmt length gether under one head In one house tic. K yuu uru a citizen of tliU til To Illustrate, let us suppose that a vlalteU tomorrow, iota it.i will be snort tlmo thereafter, uy man and wife with two children oc Kingman, who will tuke cupy a cottngo In which they keep tin v to tlio questions asked several boarders. They have n housi. For goodness akv, boy, who sleeps In n small servant's ham (J u. itT her as IIioiikIi you house In the back yard. They have w ti cook who gets their meals but who ulk,tK to u lilt luwMur, uuv (ail report. U't'ti muko ua leep nt her own home on another (or tho tovii na poaat-- , street. Now the man, wife, children. JUCJ ( ..w.iiK nro all, as ., bough aluiLwt halt o( It la boarders and houseboy the census bureau sees It, members I in- - corporate llmlu. of the ono family or household: ai dale, aaya the while the cook Is a member of an property valuta, ciiuinera- other household. i koiIu and vurtoua other If a member of a family Is tempo lijsi t which Undo Ham la currarily ii way from lio me, or absent ies m. j be made. Itoauha will nut lor weeks later, (or tabu- on travul for pleasure or attending college, such absent perschool la:! t.J compilation of ao vast an son willorbe ' enumerated and Included una will take uti'it tho tig ir.it by "i" census bureau with thu other members of tho family. U. j i..ord and even the actual iua a u.U', will not bo completed A Three-AerFarm. l Friday, April IMh, Which Means Hew Floor Coverings Curtains, Shades, etc.... i - In these, as in other lines, we show and qualities, than you will be able MATTING RUGS Attractive and cool looking, just the thing for summer use. a much greater stock, in variety of patterns to. find at any other Hickman store New Oilcloths New Mattings Japanese and China Mattings in a large variety of plain and figured designs. After a look at the lines we are showing you'll see in a minute the advantage of buying here. Jap Matting at, per China Matting at, And Linoleums We claim the largest assortment of Oilcloths and Linoleums in Hickman. Oilcloths in one and two yard widths, an attractive range of patterns, at per yd 30c to 40c Linoleums, two yd. width, printed design at, sq. yd 50c to 60c - Ljt-u- 5.00 9x12 Jap. Rugs at 4.50 9x12 China at 100 39x72 China Rugs at 75c 36x72 laD. Rubs at Crex Rugs, an ideal rug for 1. 50 to 3.50 summer use, at ROOM SIZE RUGS 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Oriental and floral deaigns, worth 25.00 to 27.50, 22.50 at 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Brussels 15.00 Rugs, at Brussels Rugs, good de8x11 11.50 signs, at Small Rugs in Axminster and Brussels patterns, to suit every taste, to 4.50 nt -2 yd12jc, 15c to 35c yd20c, 25c to 40c CURTAIN DEFT In this department we carry a com- CARPETS A number of patterns in extra super Ingrains, cotton chain and Cottage 30c to 85c carpet at, per yard o thirty dnya. VU lUjk! J j uj cvir tuku u' snapshot with It Is quite likely, also, that tlnre may arise some misunderstanding con cerulng the meaning of tho term nave, nml understand what 1.4 b.j anil wliu i had to be Uuno a l reused l lie bulb or puahed t. iii l. uu, you will liavu u (air Idea br -- wk)'. o( tbla l.ualuiaa ot Uk-it- f lb-census. ?. What "Reildence" Meant. No you way bu In Halifax up to Fiiuy uiorulne, or you uiuy no to Cumat 12 01 Haturilay inorniuK, -! ui Ho aa llvlnt: In Hickman, or ilso you bappvu to rvaldo i;:t.u th'.so lulled Hlalea, provided laur ui:.a (Idu rvaldencu wua lliero l'.iia7 la tho tluio when tho c.ii- -i bureau makei Ita big auap-ltu I nclo Ham. That the expo-tu c'rung out over a wiiolo day ujt.:e i;uus t,i b property onuiuorated In d Ek no actual r. sulta, dlfferenco lu thu i (numerator may not (Ind you J'r..ajr April luth; but that makva no Hit nncc Tho ijuvallona lio will put lo jtu Mhfii ho Uoi-- a reach you will reu ; directly to Krlday, April 1C. Your tt rmdeiice on that dato will bo you I'lacu lio naalgna you. If bii'iKii to ale tho day after fou a csuii 4 wi-e- and eluo uittkea tho return (or later, you will itlll bo a "n live ouo" tu tho thlr- - t"nh cttisu. On the other hand born until April Mot may not ;tor nbaby may not 10th, and tho o reach tho parent'a to tuku ita census until u cou pie o( weeks, say, later on. That ba tr w.ll not bo counted, lie ounht to tj arrived n day aoonor If ho nted to count for anything In tho Thirteenth census, What Undo Sam uli to know la thu actual atnto or "fairs on that ono particular dato, Apr.l Uth, com'- The question of resldenco Is almplo "loiiKh, and yet thcro Is nono which t BOHD SUIDIVISIOK 1 THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... Best for Investment Best for Homes In the growing end of town. Lots and houses for sale on easy terms. Mouses for rent. Op- portunity does not wuit for man, you swing on as it passes by. ii See me DO IT jsto-o- t Office at the Oil Mill RUSSELL JOHNSON farm." A farm, according to the census authorities, Is all tho land which la directly farmed by a single person managing and conducting agricultural operations, either by his own Lace Curtains from 50c to We carry a full line of shades in labor alone or with tho assistance Novelty Curtains 3.50 to 5.00 the regular sizes, at prices ranging of other members ot his household or by hired labor. In this sense, Uiu from 25c to 1.00 Snow Flakes from. 75c to 1.25 term "agricultural operations" Is a Special Sizes ordered special, at a general term referring to tho work Kerch Curtain Rods, the best made ing or growing of crops, producing slightly increased cost. 15c to 75c at agricultural products or raising ani mals, fowls or bees. Any trnct ot moro than three acres Is n farm within the meaning of this defini tion; and so la any tract of less I than three ncrea which produced at least I2H0 worth of farm products during tho year 130'J. It Is emphatically enjoined by the bureau Uiat the farm census, that Is, thu valuation of farm properties nud produce, GRANTED FERRY LICENSE. IS WHAT THE METROPOLITAN etc., for tho year 1903, that being CHILD BREAKS ARM. cupatlon, whether or not employer or the latest crop year. DOING IN HICKMAN. W. A. Hlnshaw, of this city, was employo, and, If employo, whcUier or Miss Hayse Cotton, tho The employers of negro laborers not employed nt tho dato ot enumera- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cot Hickman, Ky., April, 4. 1910. granted au exclusive state and county ferry license at Charleston, Man-nashould 110 their whole Influence to tion (April lu, 1910), and the number ton, while coasting down tho walk in To whom It may concern: to operate a fJrry from Dorena, employes to have their e of months unemployed during tho preget Uielr toy nuto, Saturday, fell nud broko This is to certify that I am in renumeration made. Tho census takes ceding calendar year (1909), whether her arm above the elbow and badly ceipt of check for $115.90, same being Mo., for ono year, beginning May 1st. no account of Intelligence when It or not engaged In ngrlculturo, Bchool shattered tho Joint. Tho accident oc paid to me by the Metropolitan Life This cuts out tho present ferry manTho attendance, literacy, and tenure of curred In front of tho residence of Ins. Co., of Now York, through Supt. agement after May 1, 1910, as their comes to counting population. meanest laborer counts one; tho mny' home, and whether or not a survivor Harry Throlkeld, where the little ma- Edwin Bond, of Cairo, Ills,, same be- license will expire on that dato. or counts no more. 11 liicKinan is of tho Union or Confedcrnto nrmy or chine ran off tho walk whll. going ing claim paid upon death of my son, Mr. Hlnshaw has not as yet proto make a good showing tlio Intolll navy; and tho namo and address of nt a good speed. Harvey Hatcher. cured tho right to ferry from this gent peoplo must take an earnest. each blind, person." I wish to state that I only paid' 10c side. The matter will probably bo Drs. Curlln and Hlackford dressed honest effort to assist the cnumerat Tho same law, with reference to tho little girl's wounds and she seems on this 'policy, same being paid to threshed out in Judgo Naylor's court ors. Agent Klenko when application wns at tho next term. Two years ago agriculture, requires that tho enumer- to bo getting along alright. o written and no moro was paid as tho , ly of Hickman issued a franIt Is obligatory that the enumerat ator's questions shall call for; death of my son occurred soon after chise, to Uryant & Pickett, good for questions be ntisworeu ami an ors' Fulton Dally Ledger lasted on apllcatton was "Tho name, color and country of ly Tho written. Nevertheless 20 years, covering the ferry business. swered fully and correctly. Hefusnl a fow days they havo changed to' occupant of each farm, ten sub-lo- t their privilto 'a this lays thu recalltrant liable birth of S. tho claim for tho abovo amount has Uryant & Pickett Dally Leader, with It. ure, ncrengo of farm, acreage of the Fulton been paid mo which Is ot very great ege to Kirk & Ward on the condition a fluo ot $100. o arrest and Wllllums business manager. woodland and character of timber assistance to mo at this time and I that their management ot the ferry Information Is Confidential. thereon, value of farm and Improve shall never cease thanking the Com should prove "satisfactory." Dryant pany for this great help rendered me. & I'Jckett became dissatisfied with thu incuts, number and vnluo of live la provided also for A fine of $1,000 stork on farina and ranees, number ferry of late and have given their I most earnestly commend the thu enumerator or other employo of and valuo of domestic animals not on A. Hlnshaw, but it census bureau who divulges any (arms and ranges, and tho acreage Metropolitan Life Insuranco Company franchise to W. & tho Is likely that Kirk Ward will want In taking to all people. of thu Information acquired planted to be "shown" that they havo not , of crops planted nnd to bo Yours truly, the census. In this connection, fnrm-era- during the year of enumeration (1910 given satisfaction. In particular, are nssured that II US. LAURA HATCHER. nnd tho acreage of crops and quautl O tho valuation of their furms and ty nnd vnluo of crops and other farm At any rate, Mr. Hlnshaw expects stock, etc., cannot In any way bo products for the yenr ending Pec. Carriages For Sale CHEAP. Because to begin tho operation of a now ferused for tho purpose of Increasing 31 (1909) noxt preceding the enumerw we are now using Automobile Taxi-cab- s ry between Hickman and Dorena on Don't criticise your doctor their taxation; and all aro urged to Hon." to take care of the traveling May 1st. He has now boats coming because medicine prescribed glvu lu their property for what It Is public, we will sell our remaining 16 from I'aducah which will bo here u- by him fails to have the deAll enumerators will bo furnished actually worth. So strict Is tho bu Landaus, 3 Broughams, 1 Victoria, 19 bout that tlmo or a few days later. sired effect, The prescripreau In this matter that no employe with metallic bndges with "U. sett Carriage Harness at sacrifice tion may have been good, of tlio taxing or tnx collecting offi Census, 1910," stamped upon them, prices for which write ST, LOUIS ingredients dispensed but the cials of tho county, statu or city, Is There can bo no doubt about tho au Take your produce to C. H. Mooro. TRANSFER CO., St. Louis Mo. 433c poor. Give the doctor a fair eligible to appointment as un eimm thority of thu enumerator, and It show by taking his prescripshould bo remembered that tho ques orator. tions to a druggist who makes Mrs. Mary A. Luttrell expects to tions ho usks aro those required by Tho objects of tlio census nro puro inw. Answers should be fully and a point of dispensing only leave In a short time for Sturgls, y statistical. Thu basla of represen pure drugs of right potentcy Ky., to make her homo with her cheerfull" made. , drugs that have the power tation In tho houso of representatives daughter, Mrs. Mary Winston, Tim enumeration will bo done In to overcome illness. Is tho result of tho census. And In o asmiich as the coiihus is taken only Illikniau In two weeks. In tho coun Tested drugs only are Deo Henry returned to Henderson, every ten years, it will be Been that ty It will tako two weeks longer ns -- At used here, and skilled pharTenn., whero he Is attending school, a ureat deal depends upon getting there aro only eight districts In Kul macists do the compounding. Wednesday, after spending several ton county. Ilesults will be announc full and accurate returns. Bradley & Parham's You should have the best dayu with home folks. Tho census law, with reference to ed from Washington probably about procurable when combating 0 Juno 1, 1910. population, requires that Uio sickness. Basket leaves every O questions shall, for each In M. Griffey was down from Cairo, Tuesday afternoon habitant, call for: C room houso last week, returning Saturday. Ho Is FOU SAI.K: working there for tho N. Y. Central to head of and 4 acres of land with spring wn "Tho nuuie, relationship Best Work Lowest Prices Drug railroad. Ho Is thinking of moving Cowy 4 blocks from family, color, box, ago, conjugal con- ter. on Troy Avenuo, his family to Hickman, from tho (Incorporated) number of yearn rvilleco. Aunly to F. K. Luttrell. In dition, place of birth, farm uuar hero, Davis. I In tho United States, cltluiuniup, oo qulro ot 0. T. plete line of Lace Curtains, Portieres Door Panels, Drapery and Upholstery goods. The stock is large as is the range of lines. WINDOW SHADES 6.00 1 ,2.50 SMITH & AMBERG y, Power- Over Illness LAUNDRY enum-orator- 's ill's Store 43-4- o THE HICKMAN COURIER FAFT CUTS OUT INDIANA Csrs Wttttrn Ksntnckr t.ls ths Dw "W. r TKIAL HOW'D i OF Or YOU LIKE TO BE THE COP? JAP SPIES Suftrtd l - 0. S?EKK and J. 0. srXTOtf, Editors and Proprietors. FRIENDS AT WHITE HOUSE REFUSE TO ADMIT ENGAGEMENT. President Gracefully Dodges What Might Develop a Tempest Within the Republican Party. President Taft h can Vwishlnirton. fried hi engagement to visit Indianap olis on May 5. While no statement ha been Issued in regit nl to this decision, It is believed to be the direct result of (Copyright. Army men CHANCES say there ark many CONVICTION. it . i in ins Ttn rraWsssssssssasslsM si. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH 1.1 ADVANCE, Nothing WIU Be Dene by Japan Until Matter Has Bern Decided by ths Courts. Washington. The secretary of tht navy, Friday, ordered that tho two citi i. lens of Japan who Mere held by I)unl, commanding In the Philippines, on charges of obtaining Inform lion about the defense of Manila should be turned over to the clUI authorities, there lieiug no federal statute covering the ruse. 2 rizfa. It I tint admitted at the war deart nient or at tho state department that 0.11 llf 1141 Jainn ha In any way let its Interest In a J niunrv the ease be known to this government. btJJer 4 ..as. Baron I'ehlda, the Jaianes minister, Penrn ianucon nnrlf, however, said In answer to specine iiie "I Ih snot used It .in lionst a pain ii "I shouldn't think that my govern-lucnMould Interest itself in this mat trr while It Is the hands of the I'nlted State authorities. I do not know that any action It contemplated, but certain ly nothing will be done until after the cases are disputed of by the authorities, that. Is if any action were neeeary. No Information regarding the purpose of the inlsaadors cajl at the state de partment was vouchsafed by him. It was expected that he wotdd avoid a di russlou of the rase on its merits, even lad he conferred on the subject. Officials In another department, how Much of the throe.. ever, state that there was not the 1Ettu In horse is due to neglrt slightest chance that Jaiun would Inter See that jour hor u Mt ,j. fere in government conduct of the case. lowed to go Ume KctpSloia'i This statement was made after the rail Liniment on land and pp . of the amlasssador. Tlx reason for the the first sign of stiff&est. h't prediction was the official Iwllef that the wonderfully penetrjunR -rJapanese foreign office rouM not afford ight to the pot teem Ve to aume the attitu-Iof publicity ami sorrows limbers up th, mil officially defending its citlcns on pecuand mxles the bukIcj tlatie liar charge which wete made against and pliant them. Moj-Uei- Entered ostofilce m t the Hickman, Kentucky, second-class mail matter. the erenl at the Indiana state Itepubli It tc not atone by tag dependency tan convention yesterday. It is not even, admitted at tho White of Inferior governments, necessitating protective or punitive Intervention by House1 that the presulenl had a definite stronger nations, that the peaceful encasement to visit Indianapolis. it was said by friends of the minimisequilibrium la destroyed; a state need the president spoke at In trillion that not bo morally ami pecuniarily bank dianapolis if nil, he would more than at In order to become a menace to nipt probably feel compiled to express ins Its near or more distant neighbors. views repurding the Payne- Financial or Industrial Instability re; Ahlriih tariff Mil, suiting from unwise laws or bad manNV matter what Senator Heverhlge agement In any country makes Itself attitude toward the administration may felt the world nround. The severest be ami the president toM several of his money panic In Great Britain during callers today, it Is ald, that be had mi the past generation bad Its origin In doubt in his mind on that subject Argentina. Minding one's business ho ilid not care to be drawn into the and nil that Is Implied by the- words. Indiana fight In any way. The president Inla the surest means for tho attainment is anxious for Itcpubliean success in diaifa,Jund hoe$ that the Kepuhlieans, of universal peace nnd for the ad under whatever leadership they choose, vancement of the human race, says may be able to turn against the Philadelphia Record. The twentieth Democrats, .century, thinks Ambassador tlrycf It was Mid at the Whits- - House today will be renowned for commerce, for that the president's trip West, which be .progress In the manner and comfort gins April 29, will be curtailed probably of living, for the successful extraction several days, and that this was perhaps from this world of nil tho boons It responsible for dropping Indianapolis. offers to those who are willing to go nftcr them. "Every nation will strive MAN LYNCHED IN JAIL YARD for' commercial supremacy; and this means that every one of Its citizens Son Strung Up, but Cut Down Before will have to work toward this end. Life Was Extinct. But the competition, that will follow Houton, Tex. Following a ena will be but an Inccntivo to tional attempt to escape jail, the wound each nation on the path toward per ing of three men and the recapture of the jailbreakers, Hates was hanged in lection. the jail at On ten ilk--, Leon county. Tho Maiden Lano Savings bank of Dolly Hates, a son of the man executed, Kew York city, has sent out a circular was nlo strung up, but cut down before saying that after an experience of life was extinct. The manner in which the mob gained five years with women tellers It feels Ls not known, but the justified In pronouncing them a sue access to the jail assault. ail doors were not carried-b- y cess. What experience tho institution How the keys were obtained remains to had before launching Into the expert' be determined. incnt of superseding men with women Whep Jell St. John, the Jailer, jenterej In these positions. It docs not dis the cell in which the Hates were confined close; hut It says that they are punc he was jounced upon by lXilly Hates and tual, pleasant to customers and quick thrown to one" side. Itotli 'prisoner mnde nt detecting discrepancies in slgna a simultaneous dash for the street, tures of drafts. It also Intimates that which they reuched and traversed 100 they are exceptionally reliable, affirm yards, when they were forced to surren ing-- that since they havo been in office der after St. John had been allot in the there has been no shortage of cash mouth and the two Hates had been wounded ill the exchungr of shots. entrusted to their care, and, there The escapinc men were loth armed fore, no need to call upon their bonds with piitols, which'it Is presumed, they men. snatched in dashiug from the jail or else had been smugghM in to them. Australia is sending a commission The Hates were charged with the mur to tho United States with n view to der of Han Moon, near Manmrz, last Dp . eecuring emigration from this country inoer. to tho antipodes. Possibly Australia has beard how Canada is attracting HANDS OFF STATE ELECTIONS n . the-tlde adv.-vacln-g LAW OP PROQRE88. fWW,F? m '"'t0tsn, In France It Is Proposed That No Airship Be Allowed to Fly Over a Town Without rJormlss'on. TEDDY DINES WITH KING BRYAN'S HOME COMING TALKS WITH HIM PRIVATELY TOR WANTS NO DEMONSTRATION WHEN ALMOST AN HOUR. HE LANDS IN NEW YORK. Former President Visits Tombs of Ra phael, Kings Victor Emmanuel and Humbert. Stops Lameness Ii Sincere in the Matter and Ills Withei Will Be Regarded by His Friends. desirable American citizens and their money, and wants to get Into the game. But there Is a big difference between moving Just over the border and going 12.000 of 13,000 mMes. moBt-lby sea, Australia undoubtedly offers many inducements to settlers but It may be predicted that the rush from the "United States In that dlrec tlon "will not be of overwhelming pro portions. ) y Will Hot Bolster Republicans by Appointments Washington. State elections arc not to be inlluciiced by olitical appointments made from the White House, If President Taft can prevent it. He showed this when lie refused to decido a con troveiny which will have some inlluencr rr- on the coming elections In Wc-scinhu The .following statement was is fiind'at tho White House in regard to Tait gives the weatherr bureau a, wider zone of influence than it has ever before served. Consider tbe,case of the'pork packers. Tbey nsiert .that the .supply of bogs is 24 per cent, smaller than It ras ten years ago, that the corn to feed their hogs coets twice as much as it did then, and that the number of pork eaters la the country baa creased 15 per cent They would like to know, you know, where they would get off if tbey didn't make the prices higher. Well, tbey cannot charge themselves with having neglected to make tbe prices high enough, anyhow. Dr. Wiley, United Statas pure food commissioner, warns girls that the eating of fudge Is a pernicious habit and makes them fat Women will undergo great sacrifices for the sake of their beauty, tut he,n, it comes to giv-inup fudge, (or generations the delight and colsco of womankind, the great as when a man Is atraln la asked to give up smoking to avoid a tobacco heart g The. story from San Francisco thai the. United State's steamer Teanesee took a weather report from Tablo Bluff, on the coast of northern California, when ehe was five days out from Honolulu on her way to the Admiralty Islands, and 4,550 miles distant from the bluff, establishes a record for wireless telegraphy that may nave a depressing influence on the market for telejrapb. wire. It also tho matter: "The president has concluded pot to decide tho issue between tho senators from Virginia and Congressman Hub bard, In regard to the postmasters at ,t . I i huh vmrHsuurg, mini uuer the senatorial controversy has been set tled, in order to avoid seeming to take part in the controversy." M Peary Congratulated. Xew York. Gen. Thos. IT. Hubbard. president 'of the Peary Arctic Club, in recognition of tho first annhersary of the discovery of the north polo by Com maimer Hoot. h. I'eary, sent tho follow. ing telegram ia the president of the 'hamber of commerce of Marion. Ind.i Arctic Club congratulates "The the .Marion dumber of commerce on its opportunity to haul first annual celcbra uo u allaiurm-n- i norm pole, it lends you Peary for this date only, and invites you to join IU later celebrutiou of historic event. Pi-ar- Fight Deserters' Pensions. Washington. The military committee of the house will split over an attempt to put on the pension roils soldiers of the Civil War who are charged with desertion. One member of the committee ias declared that there' are more than 60,000 soldiers ho charged, eclinlcally or otherwise, who would become, eligible to tlie (Miisiiin rolls, Mail Goes Free. . Washington. Itoosevelt and all other of thu United Mutes, or their wMowh, will he grunted tho fruiiklng privilege for mail during tlielr lifetime under the terms pf a bill passed by the house by a veto of 120 '. , to 70. . A Wall street man was fined In a New York courtroom for putting on his bat before be Jet the room. s Uie action waa natural, in consideration of Wall streot's "view that ijt owns the land and ail the contents thereof. Per-liap- Ijle jb Ko, ffentJo reader, the young man walk on sidewalk crack for of changing bit luck. isn't afraid to to rlrJ'i Jit train. tut vretlking jvur Thaw's Millions Imagintry. A'ew York. Tho million credited to Harry K. Thaw ut the time ho I; I Hod Stanford While did not exist, so his mother, Mm. Mary Copley Thatv, testl- el in the sun py Uilford W, Hartridfje. to collect $93,000 for service in Thaw's triul, Mr. Thaw was asked if her 6n was not wealthy at the tiui'v he engaged ilartfidge.. 'life had some money" th rrn.'ied, "but not near ly us much us tho newspapers stated." UJiat was ho worth!" "I should eaj bout $100,000." jj' Hot Springs, Ark. William Jennings Theodore Ilryau, writing from Buenos Ay res to Rome. Twice Roosevelt wns the guest of King Vic (liairin.tu Norman K, Mack of the nacommittee, urges thai tor Emmanuel, on Monday. The Ling tional of any sort be made no at 'an early overdemonstrationin Xew York. "Anything received the his arrival particuhour at the Quirinal with of that sort would be misconstrued and lar wtrmlh, and tbey talked together misinterpreted," Is the language of Mr, In the exening Bryan. The letter was dated February for nearly on hour. there was a grand dinner at tho palace 54, more than die week ago, and ha in honor been delayed in transmission, beldr given by thu king and quc-having to be forwarded after reaching of Col. ltoo.ewlt and his family. Oreat this country. Mr. Bryan state In tho preparations lave been going on .for letter that the matter had just been this event, and the queen herself direct- brought to his attention in the Buenos ed all the arrangements, desiring Oat Ayrv rcs, that there were being made n New York arrangements for a recep no detail should be neglected. Following the audience, Mr. Hoossvelt tion for the distinguished Nehraskan I prefer to irrire and go immediately said the king had Wn so gracious and flattering both to him eronally and to West to my home," Is another ipuotatlou his country that ha felt ha should not trrinitted from a personal letter, written make public anything concerning then 'to Mr. Mark as a personal friend of Mr. jlfryan. Mr. Mark stated In connection conversation. The formalities of the reception con 'with the letter that it was a miuest that cluded, King Victor personally conducted should l1 regarded, a. Mr. Hooseielt to the hall of the palace. kt URGE NATIONAL PROHIBITION When the time came to say good-bymajesty invited .Mr. HooMivrlt with him Tuesday morning, .incisorLeague Urges Southerners ereian explained that though they woulj to Support Bill. together at the court, he dctlrcilto dine Resolutions advocating Atlanta, ! see and talk with his guet further national prohibition, railing upon all ' ulone.' to aid In the light for prohibl From the Quirinal Mr. Itoosevelt drswe. thurchc tlon and condemning interstate tOmmtrc a .1.1 . 1. . . to wie i unwicon. ii inc. vjiiuu vi. laws as they now stand, allowing the his ancient memories, this spot Is sacred, to as it contains the tombs of Raphael, shipment of liquors from a wetclosing King Victor Emmanuel II, the father of dry state, were adopted at the his country, and King Humbert. At tli session of the Southern heagli convention here Monday. entrance to the temple Mr. Koos7eU A resolution was adopted urging all was saluted by the veterans of the of Italian Independence, who for thirty Southern representative and senators to two years hate guarded night anil day support the .Millcr-- t urtlt bill now icnd tug in congress, which provide for the the tomb of their chief. The guest shook hands with each of segregation of IUuor in it treatment tho veterans, congratulating them upon under interstate commerce Una and per the honorable duty in which they were nits any state to scire liquors sh!pied engaged and saying that hn had wished withlu Its territory contrary to its las. not to leave Home without pa) ing tril- ute of respect to the memory of the FIGURES COST OF LIVING founder of L'nitcU Italy. He brought two wreaths, which were placed uk)ii Wages Do Not Keep Pace with Trice tho tombs of Victor Emmanuel II and of Foodstuffs. Humbert. Washington. Senator Lodge, chair The determination of Mr. Itooevelt to forego un audience with l'ojic Pius X man of the select committee which is rather than subscribe to the conditions fntestigating tin cost of living, Monday imposed by the Vatican has created a presented to the senate a mass of data This unfortunate and unex supplied by consular officer in Kiirojx, sensation. Although it i difficult to rnakn com pected iucident overshadows every other feature of the distinguished Americans parisons In the forms In which tho data is given, tho committee Is convinced that visit to the Eternal City. Mr. Roosevelt sought an audience, with the paper will show that wage in no European country have kept pare with the pontiff through American Anitas dor Irishman and received a reply that wage iu America, and foulstulfs have the holy father would bo delighted to advanced out of proortlon to income, a applied to the laboring receive him, but the answer was coupled rx-ciallwith an expression of the hope tlut the classes. audience would not he prevented by such a regrettable incident us mads uu audiAMBASSADOR TO WORLD. Fairbanks im ence for possible. Rev. Dr. MacArthur Selects New Pott for Mr. Itoosevelt In turn staled that lie Roosevelt could not arcejit any stipulation limiting New York. T nominate Theodora his freedom of conduct. Rbosetclt for ambassador extraordinary To tho latter message the Vctlrun to all the court of tho world in the made answer that tho audience could Interests of universal and perpetual not tako place excepting ou the under peace," said the Rev. Dr. R. S. Mae- standing first mode known. Arthur Sunday to his current event class In Calvary Baptist church. His Texas Wins Oil Case. proposal was applauded. Dr. .MacAWashington.- - The supreme court of rthur was dietikihg "What shull wo do the United .States decided the case of the with Col. Roosevelt I" Southwestern Oil Company versus the "No more exalted mission can be State of Texas lu fuvor of the state, thus named for any man In tho world today," upholding the ccnstitutlonality of the Dr. MacArthur continued. "The time is Texas state Uw known as tho Kennedy coming uheu the nations shall learn to tux law, which Uxee a tax of two per war no more. Here wu have a notuhlo cent, on the grosa receipt froui the sale tfpheru of the varied talents, remarkable of oil, uaptlu, etc. skill and widu experience of Col. Roose The court held that a clusMlllratiou of. velt, lie ha the ear of the civilized nholesule dealers a distinct from retail world iu pluce high and low u no other dealers for pur'toms of taxation was a, man ever had. To him door of pulace proper exervisu of state power. and cubiuet will readily open, r T' Railway' Costs $9,600,000 a Mile. Arkanais Lr.w Valid. New York. Tho lVuusylvuiila railroad Washington.--Th- u constitutionality of to public Inspection for the first the Arkuusas statute forbidding the drumming on trains fur business for phy- tlino today 10.5 miles of the most ex sicians, bath house, hotels and board- pensive construction work, foot for foot, namely. It tunnel and ing houses wan Upheld by tho supremo ever attempted froin Harrison, court of tho United Slates to tho cuse terminal improvement of the statu ugalnst Al T. Williams, u N.' J., to Sunnyside, Long Island. The boarding house proprietor of Hot Springs. uverugu cost of a mile of steam railroad is about $23,000) the cost per milo ol the tunnel and terminal Impruvcuiiit Omaha 1U 31,000,000 Fire. h'us beu more than $0,000,000. Ths Ouuthu, Nib. A conservative estimate company has thus fa. .upended $,02 tho total lot in Monday jjJM pacts ow,uuu mm will speua $1110,000,000 bit Urt t nearly 41,000,000. for fho liuprotcuicut Is rvuipletcd, e Anti-Saloo. - HASKELL TALKS PROHIBITEN Government Can Interfere with Individ ual Rights. Atlanta, (ia. "As a soldier is com pelted to swear allegiance i1ii country before he I allowed to light her bat tles, so should a candidate be made to of author swear allegiance to a Ity," drcUred Gov. Cliarle N. Haskell of Oklahoma In an address before the convention of the Southern Antl-Hloon league here. ftov. Haskell was urging the- election of only candidate to office. Discussing the right of the government to prohibit the sale of intoxicants, Uov, Haskell said i argue that prohi hltioo hinders the private right of rili tens. Till i undoubtedly true, hut th juvcrnment lias a right to do this. Sell ne'of poisons Is prohibited by law. A man who buys carbolic acid is buying It with his own tnoueyrand If h whcs to personal matter, drink It, It is purely but the law denies III in the right. Here's the Proof. Mr. O, T. Rohrrti cf Kntn. Ci awd UsiMBi cs s kom lot ,rk WT snd tflKtM tkcrccj'icrrt. (lt ) rtmotel a iptrta ca s Tk!i spsvln wi st u-- p it i fn vjerr (, taj mllnulto lh I Tit itacdi U Us. Sltll SOd SIMSM1I U rir e). jitlon Sloan's a Liniment mit li IU but tful I tuts m I KsJ a Bur th sa si.tu ta Ut uxk Sfv4 s ix hotl el t ' ntlnlr carsd her IV1r7.l1: isnt tK m I t (.J, r.i tcL r. .rp sad lor trtrrta.sf sbctt IU it 'i anti-liquo- r Mr. II M. GlW,sl No. j, otn tarrf. Kits, jij, tt .k." Lis Bent will L4l a i;i-.-tcurb or ' r tt..i f. ui isiimcjtdirctiij remedy for fL'ala, swet-rv, iitd r Antl-Naloo- wrj . Gas Pipes for Arkansas. By unanimous consent, Washington. TrceCOc iiiiflN fl4Sl' (VMk the houe passed a bill to grant a right- Clti. over the public domain In Arkaii 4 pMltry IVf A41r saa for oil or gas pl line. Tills measDr, E&rl S. Slots, ure was pasted by the senate after a Boito, Km, C, S.A. spirited speech by Senator Davis of Ark who chargvd that it was III the ansas, interest of the Standard Oil Company. Mr. RnblnMin of Arkansas nude an ex- IEFIINCE Cold Water Starch tended explanation of the measure, call Bikes UuulnrorSt;u5i. UciIU l ing attention to the provision that If any conifNiiiy acting under it shohld vio t law all its late the Sherman right would be forfeited. y and thrh. hf, (Ml antl-trut- Memphis Directory COLLEGE MEMPHIS BARBER JMEC Bones of Confederate Dead. Business Colligi Gettysburg, Pa. A few human bones , are the. content of a shallow grave just found at tht1 foot of IU1 Cemetery hill. uu jciV The bone are supposed to b those ol liKirrlllsitrsiilni. one of the Louisiana Tigers, which com DTtINK mand, on tho morning of July S, IMrtJ, CIDER charged the steep declivity and spiked EAGLE CHAMPAGNE the guns of Weidrlch' Federal battery. GROW GINGER ALE The Confederate were driven buck to their position nt the foot of the hill sstrtin4 BuU Evidently this body was missed when II I CO. af w o the Confederate Jcad on this battlefield 22 N. Front Slrool, Memphis, Tenn. were exhumed and taken to Hollywood cemetery at Itichmoud. Nlrnn'c MM-.,1- trrbr. T-- U Hat Pins in Congress. Washington. Any woman wearing a Satpin whose oint project more than Agents for K MI' J ? an inch beyond the hat will be subject "20," also bargains ia sect:- to arrest Iu the District of Columbia, McDonnld Automobile Co. If a bill Introduced by Represoitativo 270 Modluon Avo., Momphls,Teon. Coudrey of .Missouri should ho enacted FIREPLACE into law. 2,000,000 Automobiles if'" Matches Deslroyed. than two million package of matchr went up in amnke Call, or w,U. us for oer llABO Mnntols.TlllnKnndOrat" during a spectacular firy that destroyed , .1 df.litn on ri i - i , two udjoiuing factories of the Diamond rooms. JJ W lk nuoM ' Match Company, with a total los esti- lnuls In Ik Ho"1; i 1.1 HM mated nt $173,000, St. Louis. Mure MANTELS r"'" 0e Booth's Array Wins. New York. The .Salvation Army, or- guliiml by Wra. Booth, wca a victory in the supremo court, which prohibit It rival, "The American Salvation Army," from using this title or representing Itself to bo Iu any way connected with the original orguiiltatlon. Piobe Barrell Soaking. Washington "recovery houses, which obtain spirits by soaking empty barrels, have- bcu nillid on by thu to show muse internal revenue bun-mwhy they should not be prohibited from continuing this practice. There aro about thirty such house in tho country, and the estimate ia muda thut thoy ob tain ut least two gallon of spirits from each barrel by the soaking process, In consequence of which the government luvcs mors a. less rtvcuuu. must b madu to tho duurl went' order by May 15. i n CROESUS FEED nutil-uan- y Contains Ij to so per cent more other mutJ meat cat kulU market. No ground bay or W'rite for prices vrt VMTn JONES & Mem Also dealer, ROGERS lf ojH-nc- ar.J clt In CHAIN' IUV Ml WADE S SONS HAY, 0HA1H, u HilL FEED, Sttu ' Wrlla US, t and Mines, K MV Suum uu I C. aud V 4 6troot,Morr.phl.Tn- SO N. Front a.1 C!iipn Wade r.J. 'r' Thomas JErrEPsoisifc PA r it . lrs Annp . Farmers and Merchants Bank Citato Street, Hickman, Kentucky. . .ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS the BlteplnR chamber In which Jefferson died, The houio at Montlcello was ,2.Jrcar" ,n bul,llnK. Hei?un In 1"70, It waa not complotcd until 1802 and It coat, according to the account books of tho famoui chltcct nnd builder, the aum of $7,200. Tho brlcka wore not from England, aa In the caae of many of the old Virginia tnanalona, but were made on the Kround by tho alavea, of which Jcfronon had at one time aov. eral hundred. Tho ornamental c IIR AltntVAL of the month of April, with Ita recurrlns anniversary of tho birth of Tliorsna dcfferaon, tins ercd again to direct piibtla atten-tloto tho project for accurlng at the manalon a national memorial and citato of Montlccllo, Iho famoss Virginia homo of the author of tho Declaration of Independence. Next to Mount Vernon, Montlcello It un- ,M,i:r tt.o nioit hlitorlo and moat Interesting: l lin In Atnnrlrn. Knt nnlv M.nm fur mora man nan a. ccntnrv nf , . . 130,1 aamirauia nerocs or ma rcpub-kiB- J of la Uia laal contury'a moat celebrated rendes- n . That we effer t depositors. Other tadaceaeBts are of seeoaiarjr taportAne Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronafe. H. BUCHANAN, President J. A. THOHPSON, Caaktor. S. DIRECTORS J. Ducbanan, J. 3. O. Qondursnt, O. B. Threlkeld. M. W. AItanlst Dr. 1. Hubbard. B. H. Ialer, T. A. Ledford. ... ' THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY the resources of the Bage of Montlcello, who had not at any tlmo in his llfo a fortune of much more than a quarter of a million dollars. In entertaining hla guests, many of whom wcro almost total strangers, who came from Idleness or curiosity, Jefferson went heavily Into debt. In an effort to extricate himself ho sold a large portion of his estate and even wished to dlsposo of Montlccllo by lottery, but tho legislature of Virginia would not sanction this. He did, however, sell to tho United States congress his LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'RR RATES AfftY Tl LOCAL MANMEI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 4 TELE fl IMP H MB . . . CI K aakkkkHiaLkHldb Jwlr! 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AND 3 Deliveries tttUl jencrson perfect state oi rrmrn'.jn, the Dneat remaining ox sile ci ' o ola aouinern pinnmiiun of the coIonlM period. sjn.f o cat, which ranked ns Tlj n:' In Virginia lit a it c c-. but this atately ii for sfatrimcn,ond built na well Bd sir: a, p!td by Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED TOM DILLON, 1S8C ias4i :!ay In a b.-.:- lc?l s t. ft Ht-r1(1. p K rr with baronial holdings, In Ibe broken and pctur-ur-- J region and la reached I'icJE.-in- t calnt little city of Char. , m a winding road that ha inrjine i;n rouio to me ciui- c UlkM en the Old Dominion waa Sr., Pre. t.) (ttcessor to B. O. Ramigs, decease . .t i. luniiriuii . I l I 11. . iki ti Wr nutr in? iraci compnainR aomo j.vuo acres. It that time "the teat hlehlanda of Albemarle" fff ra'rd aa worth not more than 2 per acre, bet rarnlnic capacity of the property la InUI- tiled by the fact that from the outact It netted n cat leaa than 12,000 a year. Tho found r ci lie Democratic party gradually Increased l!i It'.i rk and In the year 1774 poiacsicd cat than ,000 acres. Then aoveral fine farms ciae to him aa tils wife's dower and thus the Jtlc-ic- r.clrja ri:mtato of Thomna Jofferaon'a ho Intierltcd from hit af wtjere rcpoie tho ""re'w'alna of master of Montlcello. material for the houae waa brought from Philadelphia and every nail used In tho construction waa forged In a nail factory which Jefferson established on the placo and a me7iV-e, GmV OT THOMAS JfrrSMOff AT manufactory. nofrcciLO After serving two tcrraa aa president of iho United Statea Jefferson took up his residence at Montlcello nnd there led a Ufa Tory simvaluablo library, a sacrifice that cost him more ilar to that of Waahlngton at Mount Vernon. 'mental anguish than any other he could have forward, tho scene Montlcello was, from this time made, However, ho died with many of his obliof the most lavish hospitality ever known even gations yet undischarged, but, be It said to the In a land famoua for ita hospitality. In the end credit ot his heirs, every debt was ultimately and pleased to play the Jefferson, paid. host, waa imposed upon unmercifully. Life at After the death of Jefferson Montlcello passed Montlcello, for years, resembled that at a famoua o Into tbe hands ot a man who found himself watering place. to keep up tho estato and who eventually Whole families Journeyed to Montlcello in sold it to Commodore Levy, a retired officer of their coachca- - partlca mado up of fathers and tho United States nary, tor the sum ot $10,000. nurses and remained mother, children and Lovy several times offered it to the United for periods of from threo to six months. 'One States government or to patriotic societies, but family of six persons enruo from Europe nnd nono of them ever accepted his offers It Is said rondo a visit ot ten months. After a short touf becauso he wanted too high a price. At hla of the United Statea they returned and remained death tho proporty passed to his son, Jefferson six montha longer. Ono man came to present a M. Lovy, a New York lawyer, who has made some letter of Introduction and remained three weeks. Thirty-seveeffort to prcscrvo Montlcello In Its pristine glory. houso servants wero required for Montlcello is visited by Increasing numbers ot the domestic servlco, aa can be Imagined when it tourists every year and bids fair to becomo In la atated that aa many aa CO guests were fretlmo tho strongest rival ot Mount Vernon as a quently entertained over night at Montlcello. shrlno for patriotic Americans. Naturally aucb ''grafting wns too much for 7 kind-heartei un-abl- riarble and Granite flonuments CURBINO, HICKJTAN, STONB I WORK ml kinds, IRON FENC1NO. t all KENTUCKY mento of which Is found In tho ruin of tho brick building provided d for thla A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends AT Nttd hla spacloua mnnalon, which, with Ita Hi or colonnadca. Is In tho form of a gigantic htter E. The center of tho letter la tho man-wo- n proper, whllo extondllng from It In poiltlons omhat correapond,lng to tho arms of the E lng, the flat roofa of which form promo-U- !. Tho arrangement of the houeo In ao far u Uieie wlnga or colonnadoa , are concerned la ilmllar to that of the restored White House Waahlngton, In tho designing of which Jeffer on bad a band. Tho mmmlnn nl nntlal1n I. nt Ika nnrln nr. " of Oreclan archltocturo, with heavy cornices "d massive baluatrndca. The Interior la In the onic ,tyi8 and It must be admitted that there lliu bout thla magnificent homo suggeatlve Jofftrsonlan aimpllclty. Tho front hall re-six fcot within the wall of the building portico projects about 25 foet, with atone f f'liri and steps. 'a tbe Interior tho hall or main room of the ext,inJ, t full height of tho building im ?i typical t the tho spaciousness of the house. V ,a a gallery under tho celling where the of tun household could observe all that which Jefferson .i0n al tho gavo ind wuero tU9 uar,d wag stationed nn bo gave a ball. Oponlng from thU hall are i lalon or drawing room, the library, where boused tbe uiujor portion of hla famoua Mellon of 13,000 hooka, tho dlnlwj room and . y Jef-'"o- n proprtctora in tho south. Jfltrgon cboae oa tho site of Ma home the rrrit of a hill which he designated Montlcello, til lUhan for Little Mountain, Assuredly no sore beautiful or Inspiring location could be fcts! :ed and veteran trnrelera all axrea that tho ctltJSccnt panorama which Ilea, spread out before tbe gato of the observer on this height la cusrpaued anywhere In tho world. Tho llttla costitaln un tbe apex of which Jefferson placed tU rnldeoce la SS0 feet high and In tho form 3f a cone It alopca eastward one and one-hacllti to the Hlvanna river. Jtffenon'a blrtbnlace la In alcht of the por " at Montlccllo, BcemlnaJr almoat directly Wow i the Unlveralty of Virginia, which waa busdM by Jefforaon. President Monroe lived 'jM miles down the valley and tho homo of frdldent Madison was but a few miles north. ldntally It may bo mentioned In passing that "u threo exprealdenta of tho United Statea uifmliled at Montcellb to welcome Lafayette on cccaslon of 'hla Vlalt to tho United States, from tho cupola' of hla monalon Jefferson could ti upon 12 of tho richest counties of Virginia, J4 la one direction tho vlow oxtenda to the Itldgo mountalha. nearly I0 mllca away. The top of tho hill which Jefferson had dealg- Montlcello ho had loveled off for a build' bt ilte, COO by 200 feet In site. On thla he richtil landed lf ADVERTISING PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLANIC EXPERIMENT Our rates ere right they let people know your Koodj and prices are right. Ren a series cf adx in this paper. If results show, IN THIS Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors Best la Hlcktnsn. Hoi and eali bttks; eleotrlo lights sad bydraulto chairs and aTsrytalftf for comfort. Next door to. Jones' Cafs. fa, equal, speak to us about S a year's contract K THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNT (Uiprrlflit, ISO, other conditions being Clinton Street, Hickm&a, Ky. bj W. N. II.) Casli Book Store BsUndid Selection LAND FOR SALE Both city and furra 'property at ro&sonablo prices.-Iyon have real estate for sale, let as get you a buyer. ADDRESS: f ... Hikdlnii Temmiplle The city. It appears. Is honored by having built qulto recently the first Hindu tcmplo In the western world, or, to be more exact, In tho United States, a San Francisco letter to tho Portland Oregonlan saya. The tcmplo has boon constructed under tbo supervision of thoio of the Vcdanto faith. The temple li in charge of two Hindus, both awaml, or high priests of their faith., the chief ot tbeso being a Hindu named Prakaihananda, The building, which is a who directs affairs. throo-storatructuro. Is copied after the great templea of India. The first two stories ore after tho style of tho ordinary American dwelling, but tbe third takes on the Oriental style. There Is a balcony with Moorish colnmna and it la on thla balcony thnt the Ilrahmancharlna, or noophytea. aa the ten wblto men who aspire to prleathopd are known, tnko tholr dally exercise. Some "of theio neophytes work at dally labor, but for the moat part they remain In the temple nnd do only sacred work. On ibe roof ot the temple are amall towers, which are duplication! of tho predominating features of tho big temples In India. In view of the fact that this is tho first temple ot Its kind erected In America, there, la, surmounting all. an American eagle, Inside, the llrst thing that strikes the vUltor Is the absolute lack of the Oriental, In the furAmerican. Everything Is severely nishings. There la an assembly hall cupablo ot testing 200 people and it Is hero that the lectures aro given. Acroia the street la a nunnery, la which there New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, '4 are Installed seven American women, who have taken the vows of tho Vcdanto faith. Although closely secluded, they are permlttod to attend the dally snrvlcea that are held In the temple. Strnngely, enough, the Hindus In charge do not minister to those ot their own faith, but cater to Americans, and particularly to those of wealth. They have a society, known as that ot the enlisted members. They are tho ones who keep tho bills panld nnd the ones who attend tho lectures that are given. A prominent member of the firm that operates tbe emporium Is said to bnvo become nn enlisted member recently. He also lives In the temple, along with the swamls and tholr neophytes. Qnce every year tbo swamls and their band make a pilgrimage to a place In tbo Santa Clara valley, known as the San Antone valley, not more than 20 miles from Mount Hamilton and tho Lick observatory. In that secluded nook they remain for a month, going through their meditations or yoga, ns they are known. Tbo swamls say the faith was first established in the United States some 15 years ago and in San Franclaco ten years ago. CLAIMINQ THE EXCLU8IVE CREDIT. Notions, Etc Call Irarthlnf aal se our stock. upto-date- . Marv Berendss&Gompany Hickman. Kea tacky. Let Us Be Your Waiter W never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People wh exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service com 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 aad careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. rssi Editor Miggles, that was a good Ideaot yours to Interview tho sausago manufacturers as to what they thought of tbo wholeaomeness ot a mixed diet. It was a regular Inspiration. Now Iteporter Er no, Mr, Bumble Ule ldi. was exclualvoly my own. Taf"T JUJD TT TXTTfXTl!I r'lVirN II FN WiUls r IKtle cbtaoar Una th othir fellow. (n.lt.ilna. K..rt. bill tale bill, sUtamanta, dodgers, cards, ate., all rcivo tl aasia earaful Vtrt fa a IhUe batter taaa Mima aacMaarr, Pronpt tMirarr always. W. cu do tU cUMolprlotlng.aadwe .. ran .1 r ih.i irtr f TEN PRETTY BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE IN When LOIS, ONLY! BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ADDITION KND I sell. TBW us I sell ten more lots, the remainder cent more than ' J ask for the next ten Mil be taken off the market for one year. This by odds the prettiest The rest RESIDENCE PROPERTY of the lots will cost from 25 to 50 P'r in Hickman I If You Want One MRS. DEN MOORE. of These Lots - - Now is the Time to Get Busy ! XDn Xj. TTSTaJJBLOx- - BRYAN $2,000 SHORT. The 1'aducah Thursday morning, contains the Nows-Democr- of "Charged with embezzlement, O. A. Bryan, until Wednesday morning the trusted agent of the Underwood Typewriter Company, for Taducah nnd Western Kentucky Is accused 'of be lng a fugitive from Justice, and up until early Thursday had successfully got by every net of police In Ky., Clarksvllle, Tenn., and other cities. According to M. K. Roberts, of Louisville, Ky., district manager of tho Underwood company Bryan, who has made his headquarters in Paducah for a year or two, has embezzled between $1,200 and 12.000." Ho Is known In this city, having been here on business several times. e, Mrs. Ben Moore, aged 28, died Friday morning at 2:30 o'clock at her homo three miles north of, Crutchflcld She had been 111 only a few days of pneumonia and her death was a great shock to her family and friends. The deceased was a daughter of tho late John Hannon, a well known farm cr. She. was born Aug. 11, 1S81. Early In llfo sho professed her faith In Christ and becarao Identified with tho First Baptist church. As telephone central at Crutchflcld, Mrs. Moore became acquainted with people all over the county and Iht death Is a matter of general regret. Burial took place at Bock Springs, Saturday. Practical Fashions LADIES WORK APRON. daily diet nr t. ffi T J. AULS tKtUli.t hints STAROM NEEDS COOKING, ALBUMEN TH0R0UCH NOT. Take your produce to. C H. Moore. Cereal starch mutt be cooked to make it iU geitlble, but the m, cooking coagulates the albumen which Is an Important c. stltuent of all cereal, making t lirceiyun. assimilable. Fa iur. to rec- -. nlie the former fact hat prj vonted the advocate, el the UM of raw food from ays lng many mlttaket, and full recognitor of that fact hai led man to ofh poie the uie of natural bod, which has been found the eh.ef neeetslty for recovery ln miny caiet from terlout d gettvi md housewife who has a case of PEPSOLINE In her pantry, Is never L, GUILT OR INNOCENCE. caught "without a thing In the house" Under the new law the Juries of when guests arrive unexpectedly. A glass of this sparkling beverage serv- Kentucky will no longer be called uped In thin glasses with a few wafers, on to fix the term of punishment la decidedly tho "correct thing" now- and tbo only thing they will have to consider will bo tho guilt or Innoadays. O cence of the prisoner. The Judge will Impose tho Indetcrmlnato sen Chancellor Cooper handed down nn tence from the highest to the lowest opinion on the demurrer in the casu penalty provided by law. Tho time of the State against tho West Ten- served will depend on tbo action of nessee Lund Company Thursday, and the convict while in prison. Ho cansustained tho bill In part and dismis- not be paroled until ho has served sed tho bill In part, holding tho Dob-ert- y tho lowest term allowed by law, nor grants valid and the Caldwell kept In prison longer than the greatgrants valid, and that tbo lake was est term. It is in effect In many not a navigable stream either In law states and works well wherever tried. or In fact. Doth parties excepted and It prevents many hung Juries, gives 30 days given to further plea. greater equality of punishment and gives greater Incentives to the pris oner to redeem his life. Cadiz Ilea Oont forget to renew your ord. A other dliturbtncet. And fa.iure to reeogniie the fact that albu- men coagulated by heat li large, ly unaulmllable hai prevents both factloni from agreement which would be beneftc af to the cauie of the natjrat curt cl dij. eae In which d Heei p ay an Important part B th ef thtte Important truthi the ind git blllty of uncooked cerral atarch and the polionout character cl roatted albumen have but thoroughly demonstrate u. L ICvfriKilL, IM, l) Jtw.pt, . The Facts of Importance on us and we will act the facts clearly before you. We will show you that clothes value depends entirely upon the house that makes the garments. 1 aALL Paris Pattern No. 2753. All Seams Allowed. An attractive and serviceable work apron I here Illustrated, developed In or figured S. L. Dodds, President of the Hickman Gun Club, who is boostcotton, chambray. linen, Indian-heaing the big shoot in Hickmnn, June plain, checked, figured or dotted gingham or denim. The long side-froseams give a princess effect that Is Our neighboring city of Charleston, I Coffee at night keeps you awake, charming, and the straps cross In the Mo, got back on tbo Ixrd'a ldt, doetn's 1 7 Then drnlk a bottlt of back, fastening with buttons and -holes on the shoulders. The round Saturday, by going Democratic In! PEPSOLINE Instead. It aids dlges-thei- r city election. tlon while It tickles the palate. neck and .wide armholes are bound with a cbntrastlng material, as are the pockets and lower edge of the apron, This garment is easily slipped on and off, and Is most simple la construc tion, as It Is cut almost in straight lines. The pattern la in 4 sites SX, St, 40 and 44 Inches bust measure. For 38 bust the apron requires 4H yarda of material 27 Inches wide, or 3 yards 36 Inches wide; H yard of contrasting material 37 Inches wide for binding. plain-colore13-14-t 1 button- District confrrrnfc f,,' 1 1 Dlatrlcl la now iti c' Tenn.. Hv. W iUr.i, ps Methodlu Churrli hi, .i - a i anrn. He tll rHuru o li kiaa.sa unlay for hln pulpit KjnlJT T church here send up a kik I rrpui 1 , -- ' For a cup that wi a f r u$t drink riverybodrs (offf for w.-by the best grocers ef H, kcaa 1 1 NO. NAME TO WW 2753. , SIZE., BTJUCCT AND NO VTATS TV7E carry the INTERNA-- W TIONAL TAILORING Lee Hobo, of near town, brought two well preserved U. 8. Fractional Currency bills to this offlco Saturday. They aro of 10c and 25c denomination, and were commonly called " Mr. Rose has had these bills for about 28 years. They aro about r tbo slzo of an ordinary bill of today, but the printing was not nearly so well executed. Their Bcarclty, however, makes them a very Interesting relic. "hln-plasters.h COMPANY'S line, because we know from practical experience with it, as well as with other lines, that we can give better satisfaction to our patrons by using it than they could otherwise obtain. made-to-measu- re Sweetest Thing On Earth -- Will Appear in- - contend not merely that no better clothes than the INTERNATIONAL can be made at the same price, but we go even a little farther and say that clothes that are made from as good material and tailored with the same care would cost in every instance from 10 per cent to 20 per cent more elsewhere. have everybody beaten in price; and no matter what you may say, you can't get better fitted, nor better styles, nor better trimmings, or better workmanship YYE Ellison Bros Show Window -- O Serve PEPSOLINE at luncheon or dinner and delight everybody. It's the finest domestic drink ever made. o Tbero was a young lady named Banker, Who slept wbllo the ship lay at -- On Display and Sale- - nclior. She awoku lu dismay When she beard the mato say. "Now hoist up tho top sheet and spanker." Saturday Morning yE o Don't wait any longer to got that poultry fence you need It NOW. Wo have plenty of 1L Hickman Hdw, Company, Inc. O MILLET & ALEXANDER MEN'S HEAD-TO-FOO- The Columbus Herald, which suspended publication Fob. 1, has started up again with tho same editor as before Tom F, Jordan. The paper Is now a quarto, owned by tho Columbus Publishing Co, O T OUTFITTERS Mrs. 8. Hubbard and Miss Char lotte Hubbard are expected home noU Sunday from an extended trip through Old Mexico and other Southern points M. We advise you strongly to come, for everybody will want it. US ., HOW LIVINO Hilton county will ' Sni. lx-- ' n"" '.H"! iMllrn oi '"""' ' THE HICKMAN COURIER. J?Lf .fT""?? -- A BLUK MARK.HERK Kenew promptly IfyeH want tho pupv-- r to eom this menth to you mnni ththatrear tab expired erlptlon irtr hL gr!"liLl!! mfhi Iagn U7 WW o ""fiss. rie Courier Aaa a Spantn' Good roam. 7r?asa As JWjs 0 Your Wagon, Did Man, and LbVs Hitch Up oldest wmmm kbrtdokt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. establkhediht'hetear ihh Spring Drugs nddition to our prompt and accurate prescription aervice, we hnvc in stock nil of the fnvorite family remedies for Spring use. In our years of experience we hnvc learned the stock and the very ingredients that nrc most wanted in family recipes, and can put up anything you want on the shortest possible notice. Get your favorite tonics and other recipes filled now. We carry everything that should be found in n s drug store, promise you prompt service, reasonable prices nnd courteous treatment. In first-clas- I Our Spring Millinery... HEO nt Helm REO Sc 1 KIHaoii'b. the best summer drink made. I Has Marched into Popular Favor Because of Merit and Low Prices Styles, quality, newness, beauty, and the right thing at the right time, at Good shower Monday. ed. It was need A. A. Fnrls was In Cairo first of the week. Your parties are not complete un less REO Is served. "The Old Reliable" resldenco W. M. McOehoo Is building a new In tho Henry Addition. HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY (INCORPORATED) A now- - drink 11 different drink "Dr. Pepper" at Helm & Klllson's. Tho Kodak season is hero. A big lino at (rom $1 up. Helm & Ellison. To Our V I a fair price, is the cause of our linery leadership. mil- Patrons: llulto's Excellence is tho name ot our new, high grado flour, guaranteed to bo tho best iu Hickman. Your uiucouit surfaces. Tbu perfect doubt. money back If not satisfied. Betters- cuclmatiou of tbo two Ingredient worth & Prather. U wbat produce such wonderful Cecil Clay, of Chicago, Is bcro vis m curing Cut&rrh. Scud for iting relatives and old Hickman o It. A. Tyler sold bis flue stallion, freo. Prank J. Cheney &. friends this week. Ho has been away Dr. Roan, to J. C. Stalllngs, of tho DORENA NOTES. to, I'rops., Toledo, Ohio. seven years and east end ot tbu county. Price i'MO. from Hickman about Sold by druggists, 76c. was agreeably surprised at tho rapid The horsu Is five years old, and Mr. Leslie Stoker spent Sunday In Hick Take Hall's family Pills (or constl-pitlo- growth ot tho town Blnco his depar Tyler was offered $500 for him when man. ture. Mrs. Wiggins is on tho sick list he was a colt. 0 this week. Sunday morning between 1 and 2 The KlgbtlnB Parson," at tbu LyriMrs. Itoynolds made a visit to Un Mrs. Nannlo Kingman returned last c, Thursday night, was ouo ot tbu o'clock, burglars drove a wagon up to ion City, Saturday. Thursday from a visit with Mrs. J. s I". tho (rout door of Jako Blum's it shows seou lu Hlckmau for V, Iloyster, nt Fulton. Mrs. J. D. Plckott was In Hickman store In Mound City, 111., and shopping, Saturday. touu tluie, aud wui grouted by a loaded between $S00 and $1000 worth (ood house Supported by a cluvcr Craig Lawrenco moved hero (rom Hi artists and special scenery, Of course prices (or plumbing and of merchandise Into It. Tbo thieves Hickman, Wednesday. W!lam Wlnterhoff tuado thu "fight-1-- tinning will couio down now, but you havo not been captured. Uev. Baty, of Martin, will preach at parson" a very Interesting will have to get my prices to seo just Locust Grove Sunday. Card a are out announcing tho mar how low tboy go. John Cotton. Jno. Fletcher went to Martin Sat riage of Miss Martba Doss Hall to to visit relatives. . urday Sidney C. 1'robert, April 3, at Louis-vllleJulian Choate, ot Hickman, was Tho brldo Is a grand daughter hero on business Wednesday. of Mrs. S. M. Hubbard, and Is well Atty. P. S. Mooro, of Hickman, was known In this city. She Is also a hero on legal business last week. ot Fulton. uelco of W. K. Hall, J. O. King attended tho Browns- villo unvolllng at Brownsville Sunday. For tho (Irst time lu sovoral years Monday a Jury in Mississippi county baa fount Mary Polhumus returned capital crime and (rom a week's visit with (rionds in a man guilty of a sentenced him to meet tho extremu Hickman. J. J. Maddox and Clurouco White penalty of tho law. Qeorgo Albert SatJackson Is tho man condemned, and returned homo (rom Charleston same price of that of But do you uio tho best (lour at the his crlmo was that ot rape upon Mrs. urday night. Inferior grades? Sunday School was organized nt Lo Isophenla Henderson, nu aged widow, InI havo who liven with her son near Bird's cust Grovo Sunday. Everybody Is secured tho excluslvo agency (or tho (lour that has Point, on tbo 2Sth day of October, vited to attend. superior and few equals. 10 W. C. Bryant ami Claud CUatman, 1903. For the particularly fastidious taste call (or of East Pralrlo, wero In tho neighborHon. K. Tv Tyler, accompanied by hood Saturday. his wife, left Tuesday for St. Louis Mrs. J. O. King visited her slstor, to bo treated by a specialist (or a Mrs. Etta Pickett, lu Hickman, Satur These two brands are In a class to themselves and a guarform of heart trouble. Mr. Tyler has day aud Sunday. antee goes with evory sack, to give perfect satisfaction or money not enjoyed good health (or some Llzzlu Pickett, ot Hickman, came (unded. time and spent a part ot tho winter oyer Sunday to stay a few days In Florida with tho hope of being with her father. J. II. Ilckctt. In High Patents try benefitted, but It seems that his con Tho death nngcl passed over the dition was unchanged when he re homo of Mrs. 1). C. Wbtto aud took White Swan, Red Rose, Carnation, Snowdrift turned last week. His muny friends their infant child. Tho remains wero Theie brands are guaranteed to be high patent and made hero hope (or his speedy recovery. burled at Brownsville, Sunday. from strictly first class soft wheat. If you will glvo any one o( tfie brands a trial you will bo F. E. Luttrell showed us a very In convinced and made a regular user. terestlng document this week a deed 0 I manufacture tho pure meal for tablo use, guaranteed. made to P. McFuddcn (rom John CALL ON YOUR GR0CE1 FOR ANY OF THE BRANDS OF A. M. TYLER trull which U 108 years old. Tho FLOUR NAMED, and you will confer a favor to yourself as well property conveyed Is located on Uek Attorney at Law as to, Yours to please, I am now located Branch, Hed Hlver, lu Christian coun at Padu-can- , ty, Ky., contaluliig 100 acres and was but will continue to pracsold (or CO pounds, John Clark was tice In the courts of Fulton county clerk. This 1b probably ono county and will be In Hickman to call (or tho P. S. When you need meal, don't forget or the oldest deeds now lu existence, every 2nd and 4th Monday. "HOME MANUFACTURED." as tbo statu was lu Its Infancy at that time, lu-- . k arc pleased to Inform you tliut j art now prepared to do your Tin k,rk and numbing. Our price uru , L.a trial nud workmanship tbu Mr. Dave Cururu, who bag been l l Call and vv us or pbouu .No. ht n lu uevd o( quick sen leu. employed by tbe Hebron Hank ut tbl t place, led bero Monday uiorulug (or I j work guarauteud. Hickman 1'luola, where bo will take cbargu of liumblntf Co. tbo Pinola Bank. Wo nro sure wo bespeak tbo sentiments of tbu wbolo V Kill- un Kit KKO at Helm & community when we nay tbat wu regret to see Dave leave us for bo U universally admired by all who know him. Wo wish him much success lu CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED bit now location. New Uobrou, Miss. u Local Appllcalluus, us they cauN'uwit. sa liath the seat ot U.u dUuusu. O utarib u a blood or coustliutloual Wo servo HEO Harris Ico Cream disease, ana lu order to euro It you uiuit uku lulurnal remedies. Hull's Parlors. Uurrb Curo Is taken lulerually, and 11. a uircclr Tho Clinton Gacztlo says: Hecaus ou ttiu blood uud mucous iu.rn.. iLuil'i Calurrn Cure U not tbu Legislative committee saw (it to quack uicdlclno. It wan proscribed whitewash tho members of tho Sen- t; ouu ot tbu bunt physician In this atu accused of accepting bribes Is no couuiry lor yea re uud la u regular reasou why a (earless grand Jury pr.iUiptlou. It li composed of tbu could not dig up tbu real culprita, It loulcs known, combined with tbu tbero aro any guilty ones, and of U, blood purifier, uctlng directly 0 this tbero scums to bo no reasonable Tin-u,(- After that party servo PEPSOLINE. It's spicy, flavory, delicious. At all Dave Coruui, au old Hickman boy, (ountalns. Is making good lu Mississippi. Tbu Sudu N'nlfeh and wife aro spending following newspaper clipping tolls tbe tho week with E. L. King and wl(o story; nt Clayton. MAKING A SUCCESS. Dultu's Excullonco (lour Is positive ly guaranteed by us. Ilotterswortb & 1'rntUer. Our assortment is complete, and you'll be better pleased by coming here first. Several new shipments received every week, so you'll find something different every time you come. First strawberries o( tho 1910 crop reached Hickman, TXicsdar. being shipped to J, It. Am berg. never tasted PEPSOLINE you don't know what you've missed. You should always have a case of It In your pantry. If you SMITH & AMBERG HIGH TAX RATE. Hens sold at 19 cents per pound on tbo Chicago market Monday. This Is tho highest price over Vecorded there In tbu history of tho trade. PEPSOLINE, a delicious drink, bot tled by the Hickman Bottling Works, (or sale by all (irst class soda founly tains. Take a bottle home with you-on- Sc. t.t Kentucky has a higher tax rate (GO cents on tho $100 valuation) than any of tho states lying nearby. In cents, lu Indiana It Is 33 0 35 cents, In Missouri 17 cents, In Virginia 35 cents and In Ohio nothing. In the amount of money expended annually by tho Stnte Government Kentucky ranks well toward the too. Missouri manages to conduct her affaire with llttlo more than annually, while Kentucky has already spent $0,000,000 this year, with (our months remaining of the fiscal year. Ten-nosse- o Courier Want Column Save h on your Grocery Bil- l- lt.VTKS One OeDt per Wont per Week uua in Auvance. FOH SALEi Small bottom (arm. Aply at this office. FOR SALE: Good, gentle family horse. C. C. SMITH. 4i!Uc FOR SALE: A good planter.J7.50. C. L. HOSE. two-hors- o cort ii FOR RENT: Desirable rusldeuco on the H1IL L. P. iUUaou. FOR RENT Clinton street. Business house on Apply at this office. " 8 WANTED: Small bottom farm, at reasonable price. Address Hicknmu Our coupon system Is being hearti Courier. ly endorsed by everyone. This Is FOR SALE Six nice corner lota evident from the Increase In our busi iu the Ileury Addition. Term to suit purchaser. Julian choate. U&tfu ness. And whyT Because It FOR SALE; White Plymouth Rock eggs (or sotting. Mrs. A. K. McCou-nel- l, 33t(c. Hickman. Route 3. SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Brown YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. Leghorn eggs for suttlug. Per setting PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU of 15 eggs, 75c C. A. Murchisou. address, Cayco, Ky. GET. p MAKES YOU MORI ECONOMI-CAL- . You Use Flour'" It is the Staff of Life! GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKCn.TRS' SALARY. FOR SALE: Nice residence uear the College. Pleuty of ground aud all Improvements. Terms to suit purchaser. Don't pay rent. See us, if you want a home. Hickman Courier. CHARGED TOMER. FOR SALE; Two Alfred G. mares, ages 4 and C; 1 Alfred G. goldlug. ENABLES US TO SELL FCTt age 3; 1 saddle horse; 1 slightly used LESS MONEY. phaotou. Apply to Dr. J. M. Hubbard NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE Hickman. c 43-4- TO PAYING CUS- YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GROCERY BILL IS EVERY DAV. Bulte s Excellence or Autumn Leaf Bourbou Red Turkeys. Rhode Red Chickens. Eggs from Red Chickens 1 for 15. Write (or price of turkeys. Mrs. O. B. Threlkeld. State LI no, WE CARRY THE BEST LINE Ky. IMayp AND FRESH OF GROCERIES MEAT8 IN HICKMAN. G room housu FOR SALE: SAVES YOU . 5 and 4 acres of laud with spring waAND AGAIN PER CENT. ter, on Troy Aveuuo, 4 blocks (rom . . College. Apply to F. E. Luttrell. TRY IT ONE MONTH. . . of B, T. Davis. 43-4- o 00000000000 Hickman Grocery Co., I have money to umku NOTICE: settlements (or all claims where sheep have been killed by dogs In Fulton county. It you havo claims ot this nature, please present them, S. T. Roper, County Clerk. C B. TRAVIS. 'OOSOQOS FOR SALE: Owing to a change In busluess necessitating me leavlug Hickman, I will soli my home ou Carroll street near the Ico Plant. Mrs. Hoy McKluney, of Paducah, For terms see Mrs. Graves at the daughter of Mrs, A. A. Paris, ot this residence or write me at Rayvlllo, city, has been uauied as matron ot La., H. W. Graves. Honor (or Forrest Cavalry at Confederate Ileunlou iu Mobllo, April 2C, Garden seed at ButterswortU & ii aud 28. Prather's. jMMMMMMMMHMMMMMaMMMMWMMfJ SOMETHING WftONQ. iU "'"""'"'""''""""BIWii E. R. Ellison's The balloon pilot landed In the llttln backwoods vlllsge and told thn loiter ers the thrilling story of his escspe.. "And at one time," he related, with dramatic force, "1 was In a storm and sweeping over a vast desert There was nothing to do but throw out sand and prepare for thn worst Gentlemen at ono time I felt as It I had lost my bead and gone plumb craty." The oldest Inhabitant slowly lighted his plpo and drawled, with a sarcastic smile. CASH STORE Sells the Beat Goods nt "You must have been plumb eraay. bub, to throw sand on a desert Didn't you think there was enough sand there alreadyP Too Much Persistence. Sanford Is Trailer making a good Lowest Prices for Cash This store sells on the spot cash system nnd reason can nfford to, and docs, nt nil times sell The Same Goods for Less Money, or Better Goods for the Same Money for tlmt detritlre? Too much persistence? Sanford Why I should think the more smtence bo had the greater his sue cess would be. Tttsworth Hut. Trailer's persist enc Is fool persistence. Four dajs ago a thief whom Trailer was "bas ing jumped from a bridge Into the river below, and ever since thnt time Trailer has been waiting for the man to come to the surface TlUworth persistence. No; he has too much pr NEW GOODS nre coming in nil the the time, nnd we nre continually offering new bargains in all kinds of Real Solomon. Runner llrlght Judge over police In that flayer What's his latest HusFamily quarrel. fl'snner band said the cause of the difference was thn fsct that his trouers were threadbare and his wlfa refused to mend them. Oujer H'm! What did the wife say? Gunner Sho didn't get thn chance to say anything. The judge told her to go home and patch up the differ ence. court Dry Goods, Dress Goods, White Goods Linens, Laces and Embroideries, Millinery Hosiery, Underwear, Notions Novelties, Fancy Goods, Waists and Skirts, Muslin Underwear Men's Wear Goods, Hnti Caps, Shirts, Etc Designed by Roscnwald & Weil, Chicago A PAIR of 44 R. & W." Outing or Peg Top Trousers will be mighty useful the next few months. 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 We have many excellent patterns and colors from which to make a selection. And the quality of fabries and tailoring will be a If you would examine a comprehensive and choice assortment, follow the trail that leads to our store. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED week. v Miss Nannie Tank. rK Mis Marie Brevard will attend the AN ECONOMICAL TRAIN. home from HlytheTllk. Ark ruuulon at Mobile. day. Mrs. .Mary 1'ruthor, of near State Miss Audrey Wlggii.i ut Line, was hero Wednesday shopping. spent Saturday aud B'ujJuy l rc Will Koenlg, of Ixjulavllle, Is here friends. Several of this vliiwtv have thla week doing some concrete work called to Charlaton w u''i.d i w: for thu Meugvl llox Co. this week. Mrs. Hurras llrasfleld and Miss I.. Miss Mlntie SloV.r r.f nAsn G. Clark, ot near Stulu Line, were spent Saturdsy and Suiid-i.t u hero Wednesday shopping. slilter, Mrs. .Smith uo John Fletcher. prm i t of Serve PEP60LINE at luncheon or f .r: a delight everybody. It's cuit Grove School, tu.t-dinner and Saturday aid the finest domestic drink ever made. Obion, To nn.. Mr. and Mrs. Claul Maddi i J 1 can pasturu'a limited number of Gumwood Valley, smi.' - .idj v j nud the letter's parents. Mr iaJ M - J stock ou a good clover, red-tobluu grass pasture. M. A. McDanlcl. O. King. Thu Locust (!roe j. W.. LuJ w ' r Mrs. Jennie Wlnges and Illtlo nulco nnnual meeting and nephew, ot Jersey City, N. J., new directors. (! Vw' nJ I left Wednesday after a visit to her Whltn were ohosn uncle, II. Iluchannn, aud wife. Miss LUfle 1'lckeit. who U I- . !' T" spending several days Miss Cavetta Hughes, Marvin Nolen aud friends here, - un. u U aud Charlie Cochran, of Fultou, were home lu lllokman Suinl.iv here Sunday the guests of Misses Mngglu I.vo ltlco and Dottlu David n,ar At the Iyrlc. Cab J son. 1 ! Co., offer advanced vsu Key Frost arrived Tuesday from soreamlngly funny ails f " J Louisiana. Hu aud his mother, Mrs. Advanced vaudntllle t ai. 'i' i Mr. Gadder My trip to Florida Is a I. D. I'rlce, will leave soou for Okla- the larger thitatres In Hi. la5' rl business trip. I'd take you with me If homa City to visit her daughter, Mrs. should prove of coiulih tall' r. It wasn't so expensive. V'a. to lllokman theatn' g'x Mrs. Gadder We could go on one ot W. J. Hpradlln. It was Aunt Matilda's first visit to a modern playruouse and when a mysterious bussing echoed through the auditorium she pulled her wraps about her "Dear me!" she ejaculated, in a loud whisper, "I hope they ain't turn-lo- g on them tbar 'lectrlc fans such T. A. Htark la lu Martin. a day as this." Sh' auntie," cautioned the niece, with embarrassment, "that Is the vilVictor Ambers arrived hero Wednea lain hissing day from Florida, Tht Melodrama. House furnishings, Dining Room and Kitchen Furnishings, etc. Come and dee the Goods DOINGS AT DORCNA. (Two Late for Lstt W.tki Mrs. West Is on Ui. k . j r. be-- r Tm-wU- r- !r : ! Will Get Gravel Roads ler citizens would look ut tho matter lu this light, Fulton county will have tho best roads In tho statu lu a very short time. should not bo raised 10 per cent, ru turned first of the week. Tho board has not passed on thu matter but it The Fulton County Fiscal Court Is the opinion of a county official mado a progressive step toward good roads when It levied a tax o( 25c that tbo county will bu raised at least ou tho $100 valuatfou for the purpose 5 per cent. Gov. Wlllson has ordered ot roads aud bridges. Of this 2tc, ICo the board to raise every county In la to bo set aside for gravel roadb the state to meet thu deficit of the alouo, together with uu additional poll statu government. Fulton county has tax of 60c. always made u good showing and this year her valuation Is Increased 1275.-00About 110,000 will bu raised as a re llesldes making tho provisions for Hickman county was raised suit of these taxes, llesldes th'u pro the gravel roads, tho Fiscal Court let per cent and gressive citizens ot this vicinity have contracts other counties have ben for the Immediate construe In proportion. voluntarily subscribed between $10,000 tlou for five bridges. Two ot raised steel aud $12,000 to bu used ou the roads theso bridges will bo ou tho Shuck o leading out of Hickman. If the cltl- - road, one ou Special Saturday matinee ut 2 ,10 this side and one on zeus of FulUm uunio up with a like the other sldo of Shuck Switch. An at tho Lyric. Advanced vaudeville. amount of mouey there will bo a grav other large steel bridge will bu uroct Moro comedy than can bo thought' el road from Hickman to Fulton with ed across Little Uuyou du Chluu, two possible In twelve mouths, and by tho time miles O northeast of Cuyco. Tho other (his amount Is used up tho taxes two are to be tweiity-flvfeet lu Mrs. Guy Kobblns and children re-- i will have been collected und the work length one near Poplar Grove aud turned to Mayfleld Monday night after can go right ahead. the other at McFadden school house a visit with her mother, ot this progressive step thrco miles north of Fulton, None ot Mraai. Ambers. The credit belongs to S. L. Dodds, It. A. Tyler, theso bridges will bo ou tbo rouds flrut vraviiliwl inlli ..... -" Julian Choato and others who take thn - U'HI till ... Q . I. . V. , UUIftlUg the position that what they donate Improvements all over tho county jti Judge Naylor and County Attorney Honey uro now getting prices on for the roads now will come back to the saiuo time and every citizen and taxpayer will begin t? dervle beueflts graveling tho county roada, and work them la the shape of better facilities in 'hauling and saving In wear and from these permanent Improvements will begin at onco. o tqar ou JBaehatery owly taking the before ho has paid any money for Mrs. Carl Schmidt went to Union ioony out ot one poeket and putting taxes The Court ahw fixed the tax rate City today to visit relative. It lata Hi Uk, U nil our wealth o two-week- Fiscal Court Says Better Roads Tho magistrate ot each district Is and More Steel Bridges in appointed to take a subscription In his district and solicit do- possible, Fulton County's tax rate Fulton County at Once nations to bu used ou tho eud ot the road that tho donor designates. As suggested by Magistrate Hrowder, of the east cud ot the county, the plan will work tills wuy; It Hickman give say $10,000, aud Fulton does uot give anything for tho rouds that run out of Fulton, tho first gravel that the county buys will bu used ou the rouds out ot Hlckuiau, or vice versa, Will Irvine, nn employee ot tho O Mengel llox Co., got hot babbit metal for the coming year at 2Gc and the O Mr Louise Moon of School Tax at 15c and $1 poll tax. In his eyes last Wednesday und one Miss Kda Itlco, of near Vnlon City, eyo badly burned. Tho accident was N J . arrived here lat O Is tho guest of Mrs. 8 K Davidson her brother. H lluchat s" painful, but not considered serious. Judge Naylor, County Attorney and Ed Thomas, who wont to Frankfort last week to show why. if ito-ue- those trains that advertises to tak rati Urough without change. and Saturday " I f at d - . r t k 'n L-.i rOYPODHQ SAILOR TIES, ANKLE TIES f I .... And many pretty styles of all leathers at Compare the price Compare the quality Compare the style with many other stores, and we are sure or your trade. 1 mm Telephone 65 for Plumbing and W I Tinwork-JOH- N cottqn I .M Business Directory A JC FOR RATES A. M. Tyler, of I'aducah, waa horo Boltcra-worth Heard On the Streets II. Monday. Dost flour on tbo market. & I'rather. DAIRY. WOODLAWN A. H. Loot, Prop. IM. 0f 0. Halo was lu Union City Hun-da- REO continues to be the best bev erage on the market. Kdgar Naylor and wlfo arrlvod Greetings TO the vastness and to the Blue Grass State Milk and Huttor delivered .. IMmnn Ko. 27. ""- - Iiuuio Kd Mlllot MeMUnnY Attorneys-at A. FLAT Law Drug Company Ltflrt our Hickman Take your produce to C. II. Moore, llryant Cox waa hero last week for ou the hill. Highest prlcoa paid. a day or two. Buy your groceries from tho HickJohn Hagan spent n few days at man Grocery Co., and save C per liumu tbla week. cenL Miss I.lzzlo Amborg was In Mayflel drat of thu week. Mrs. C. W. Curlln and Miss Ivn s wcro In Union City one day last week. Ad-nm- till has been on tho alck lint flreenflold. week. IETTER3WOHTH . PRATHER 38 ureteric. I IKJIt.ry, U, both pbouoa(No. S. ELLIOTT Cjrptnler and Contractor Ui ma figure with you. Hickman, Ky. Sir. Webb and party, of Fulton, Tho best flour In Hickman Ilulto's wuro hero Sunday lu their nuto. Kxcelletice at Uetters worth & Uuy your grocorlca at thu Hickman Grocery Co., and aave 6 per ccuL Mrs. J. M. Held left Tuesday on a Misses Opal Crawford nnd Lucy two weeks' visit to Mrs. John Casslty Dons, of I)oreiia,wero beru Satunlay. In Nashville. 1'ra-ther'- ki, Lll i F. KENNEDY and Accident Insurance Miss .Molllo In Union City, Williams. Dfit Coinpaulea on Earth l'houe No. 61. REALTY COMPANY Mrs. Jerry Malone, of Union City, llouruu spent Sunday with her sister, .Mrs. spent several days hero last week visiting Mrs. Witting. COURIER Phont No. 21 Lj lut that placa and Rut you an V. liiialnAaa hn ti.v .rL. HICKMAN . -- RNITURE CO. and Embalmars. funeral Director A few more Cold Fish at Holm & "Hverybodys Coffo" Is better than auybodya coffee. At tho best stores Ellison's. Come quick it you want lu Hlckmau. them. I'opular prices. Mrs. Ola Shaw and children, of If your groceries have not Drovcn entirely aatlsfactory try trading with Stato Unu, visited Mrs. J. H. JJrown from Friday until Sunday. C. II. Moore. We want all the local news. If Hardy Llgon, of Union City, spent Sunday hero with hla family at tho you cannot see a reporter, call No. 21 Cumberland or Home phone. home of J. J. C. IIondurnnL l'Louo JO, nlgbt or day. Ky. Miss Mary I'olhamus has returned W. A. Johnston attended n meeting of thu Ketall Hardware Dealers Asso- to Dorena after a week's visit to Miss .Millie HlnHliaw and Miss Lyto ciation at Union City yesterday. DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Held. Dentist The Hickman Furniture Co. ban k'Uio&'i old aUnd. 1'boue Ko. 2. Mrs. Hardy Llgon and children, of dies the best line of Furniture In Hickman, Ky. West Kentucky. Let ua ahow you. Union City, are visiting her father, CRAY'S Hickman, BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunxiker1! Old SUnd) iLcmt prices (or horseshoeing. Wood and Iron work. HICKMAN A. HARNESS CO. J. Wright, Manager. IVilcu and Dealers In Harneaa. Krpur Work a Specialty. CLAY X CALDWELL. Dlaektmlth. Kickjmltblng and Woodwork. Horse Shoeing a specialty. t --al H.. kmanltc wont over to Mn I Sunday. In a. L. Dodds' ;t wife and chlldrvn I luitur, wlfo and aou. In haUard t car were himself, wlfo. msedy and wlfo and 8arah s Mclonmll In W. II. Ualtzor's e li.milf, wlfo and daughter U II II. Hot and wlfo. Ono gen- n-d n tire, but wo will i I' u times- ,t mlKbt get out. 11 '"! hmilf. Irk -- ru-'u- ry like It REO. You'll admit w hen you drink it that week. you dldn'U know it could grow so Mrs. Horace Lutcn and children, good, tha'a honest about "Everybodya Coffee." On sale at tho best stores of Fulton, visited Mrs. Maggie Ilau-dl- o a few days last week. Dr. Lu In Hickman. tcn Joined them hero Sunday. Its good all the way down, and then some. This "Ercrybodya Coffco St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday, that most everybody In Hickman Is April 17. Annual visitation of HL using. Try It once uud you'll bo glad Hev. Charles E. Woodcock, D. D., you did. Hlshop of Kentucky. Services 11 a. ui. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 Dirt has been broken for tho erec a. m. tion of a negro Industrial school near On Tuesday afternoon of last week. Paducnh, to bo conducted along tho lines of tbo Hooker Washington school Miss Cassle Doss and Albert Uarnhlll, two young peoplo of Dorena, Mo., at Tuskegee, Ala. eloped ot Union City, where they Fulton and Hickman will bo less wero married. They crossed tho river than ten miles apart when the new In tlmo to catch tho 2:20 afternoon gravel road Is completed. Mr. Farmtrain to Union City, returning to er, when tho subscription list Is giv- Hickman that night. Mrs. Uarnhlll en you, remember that you aro he Is tho eldest daughter of Mr. and one thnt will bo benefitted. Mrs. llurno Doss, one of the most Tiicro's a whole lot of fun In figur progressive farmers of tho Dorena ing on a plumbing contract. If you vicinity, and one of the prettiest feci that you havo a keen senso of young ladles of that neighborhood. humor, come around nnd enjoy your- Mr. narnhlll Is farming with Leo self while wo mako you an estlmto. Cochran, near Dorena, and has been All Jokes aro fresh 1910 croi and In that locality about threo years, pills sugar-coateJ no. Cotton, tho going there from Tennessee. Jolly plumber and tinner. J. J. C. Hondurant, and family, this those who have dwelt within the land of old Kentucky, can richness of the country be appreciated. To those who have tilled the soil and reaped the products thereof, can the quality and quantity be known. But to those who are in close relation to the rural community of this great territory, such as the Hardware and Implement Dealers are to this great territory, can the value of its people to the nation be estimated. The abundant crops of Cotton, Wheat , Corn and Alfalfa , and immense herds of live stock, comprising the finest bred Horses in the country, including Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, being the main feature in the agricultural districts, but neither can be raised without the spacious fields which must be enclosed with American Wire Fence, and the better the quality of Fence, the better quality and quantity the production of Crops and Live Stock will be. The community at large do not appreciate to what extent the Prosperity of the American Farmer has advanced during the past ten years. It almost sounds like a fairy story, but it is a fact that the Agricultural Community is today furnishing the coin which propels the large business interests in our Eastern Metropolis. The fluctuation of the stock market on Wall street does not interest them, for the reason that they themselves produce the commodi-ties upon which the world subsists. This, in itself places our Farm, er Friend at once in a position to be envied by the monarchs of the world. . We wish to state that we have placed our order for several cars of American Fence to arrive in a few days. Also, we wish to inform our friends that we have a straight tip that manufacturers are going to advance the price on Implements of every description on May 1st. It is a positive fact, and we advise you to buy what you need now. Our two large warehouses are filled with Implements, and as long as these last you get them at the same old pride. Hickman Hardware Co. (Insarporataat) To Oat Rid of Double Chin. RUSH CREEK ITEMS. Geo of the most laughable things Clear and cool. Wo rejoice to see s over seen behind the of the sun shlno once more. foot-light- A GREAT MINSTREL. ON THE NORTH BY THE NORTH POLE WHEN HUNGRY z z 2 U i CO O c m EAT Everything Good to Eat All kinds of 2 O o z H X Pi o AT JONES No. 2 Cold Soda Flabblness about the cheeks Is superfluous, expressionless animal fat, due to malnutrition, provoked by a system. The nervous dtsorganled bands or ribbons ot fat can be tightened up into muscle by local exercise, e., bending the head In so many di rections as the anatomy will allow. To arrest further deposit of this disfiguring tissue the anti-fa- t treatment is prescribed, which excludes or re duces the supply of foods, containing bugar and starch, and Includes system atic exercise, temperance tn eating and drinking, and absorbing occupation. As the nerve force Is Jtnall, the system needs nerve foods In the shape of light tonics and a dietary that yields sufficient nourishment with out overheating the blood or overtaxing the stomach. cool, clean atmosphere, with A abundant fresh air day and night, to cleanse and invigorate tho lungs; water in quantity for internal and external use. to free the skin of its impurities, are Indispensable, nesldes head exercise, a little alum, 'alcohol or benzine used in the water will tend to tighten the skin, and sea salt or Epsom salts will neutralize some of the oil below 1L From the Family Doctor. 1 tbo Lyric, was tho great, grand, gor geous troupe known as Barlow & Wil son's Minstrels, Monday night. Tho show was so good that we bad our money's worth long beforo It was over and would have made our departure, but a down-pou- r ot rain It was raining even on the stage, possibly a providential happening, and the red coats wero dampened in a manner that lent a tragic effect to tho comic attempt. We could sympathlzo with tbo minstrel wo ourselves had only one "change," and stayed with them as wo wero In tho "dry." Mrs. Albert Koper and daughter. Miss Salllo, ot Mud Creek, visited Dan Davis' family Sunday. Mrs. Aim McGeheo and Mrs. Louis Atwlll, of Mud Creek, spout Wednes- d. day with Mrs. Jeff Davis. Everybody must turn out Sunday to hear tho school boy preacher, ot Martin. Next Sunday at 11 a. in. Mrs. Hoyt Yoon and son, ot near Harmony, aro visiting her mother, Mrs. Walter Crostlc, who has that delicate disease mumps. 4 O 3 U U s 2: Water ' 5 Mrs, O. Hartweck left this morulug for California to visit her sou, A. O. llertwx'tk, at Almeda, and other relatives. Shtf will bo gone about three months. Her husband nccom paulcd her as far as St. Louis. I guarantee all plumbing and tin nlng I do. If the work don't come you up right and I can't out-talwo will cheerfully do tho Job over Just like any other plumber, Cotton. k o Q a Cigars, Fruits And Candy P O It, U. Johnson, wlfo and sou, Mac, left today for Nashvlllo. Mrs. John-so- u will bo operated ou for tumor. will preuch at Mt. llder Heruum next Sunday. A cordial Invitation Is extended to ull. Urtganco ville" day. YOU ARE WELCOME ON THE SOUTH BY THE SOUTH POLE Don't fall to seo "Advanced Vaudeat tho Lyric, Friday and Satur J. A. Cottoti is putting a now roof i.i mu opera uousu. Will McGehee hired a hand Monday Every act brought tho house down and told him to turn tho cows into in thundering applause, and the Jani the pasture. Ho did so but has not tor picked up half a wasbtub full ot anyone seen him! vest buttons next morning as a re- returned. Has O sult ot so much hysterical laughter. COOPERS GO FREE. A cross-eyeman with wavy hair In tho case ot Col. Duncan I). made a big hit when bo ascended to Cooper and ltobin J. Cooper, father a high noto in thu feminine pitch and tbo thing bursted. It fact, all and son, convicted of killing former the singing will bo long remembered. United States Senator, E. W. on tho streets ot Nashvlllo, Tho Jokes wero certainly treasures. Nov. 9, 1908, and sentenced to tweuty Generations after generations havo years each In the stato penitentiary, tho Tennessee supreme court Wedcarefully preserved them for nesday morning, by a divided vote, affirmed the sentence ub to D. li. Tho final scene was Indeed touch- Cooper. As to Itob.u Cooper, tho caso ing swaying the audienco from tears also by a dived vote, Is reversed and to laughter. Words will hardly de remanded to the lower court for n scribe this marvelous stunt. It was new trial. While Chief Justice Ueard tho nemo of theatrical classics; tboro was reading a dissenting opinion In was a mingling of tho gravo uud the tho caso ot Duncan U. Cooper, Gov. gay of pathos and comedy that held I'utterson wrote a full pardon for thu This spec- defendant. the audience tacular sceuo was composed ot ono rnut chasing another doughface round the stngu. Four tlmeB tho mut hit o thp doughfuce on tho posterior anat- o o TRY A COURIER omy with a shlnglo uud the curtain o o WANT AD. o fell to slow music. o The Cheapest advertising o was great! It o Medium I Read by o -- O o 3,000 People Every Weak o COSTS ONLY ONE CENT Hurrah! Fulton county Is going to o O. o PER WORD PER WEEK. have bettor roads. Its the best movo o o our rpuuty officials have made lu a o long time. d Car-mac- k spell-boun- OooooooooooooO OeoaeoQQooooO ii Made Bread -- ::iaiANfidNES' 4 4 m, ft -- HOME MADE ICE CREAM V. y Baker Shop and Ice Cream Plant is wide open for inspection at all times to the public. It ien thoroughly overhauled and is one of the cleanest and most sanitary in the state. Nothing . ie very best goes into either my Ice Cream or Bread . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED has but DON'T FORGET THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GOODS Council Proceedings Hickman, Ky., April 4, '10 met m regular 1'reseut Mayor Dillon, Councilmen Ballzer, Schlenker, lslor, Powell, aud Councilman-elec- t C. P. Shumate. The oath of office was duly administered to C. 1. Shumate as Couuell man by Mayor Dillon. Minutes of last meeting were read aud ou motion approved and signed. Tlio follow lug uccounts were presented, properly approved aud ou motion allowed by tho vote ol the live counciluieu present, and checks order ed Issued for amounts: Tom Dillon. Jr., Street work.... $23.50 Tom Dillon,' Jr., misc. claims.... $.10 lleport of City Treasurer for March, Council 1910: General Fund Account,. 1028.83 To bal. per Fob. report To amt. reed. Tom Dillon. Jr.. LMG.S4 By checks paid during March.. UoL to credit this JS75.C7 399.C1 account.... $176.03 Water and Light Bond Account. $333.08 To baL per Feb. report To cash reed. II. O. Hale(lnt) 120.00 liy Int. paid on bonds $1053.08 $ 450.00 Dal to credit this account.... $003.08 City Hall Account. lly overdraw per Feb. report.. $418.12 Uy checks paid during March 17.75 By am. overdraft of this acct $435.87 W. C. Johnson, City Treas. Keport of Tom Dillon, Jr., City Mar advertising tbo time, placo and terms shal, for March, 1910: of same for two weeks by publication Taxes collected during Mnrch $153.84 In the lllckmnn Courier and by no posted up In threo or nidro pub Fines collected during March.. 33.00 lic places In the vicinity of tho pro I hold Treasurer's receipt for.. $240.84 posed Tom Dillon. Jr., C. M. Tho City Clerk is hereby dlrocted to give notices accordingly upon the passago of thU ordinance. On motion the foregoing reports Attest: II. C. Helm. City Clerk. were received, ordered spread upon tho records, published and filed. Tho City Council of tho City of The following ordinances which Hickman. Ky.. do ordain as follows That no license shall be granted to were introduced at last regular meeting wero again separately taken up set up or operato pool table or bit and read, and on motion, same wero Hard table for hire or profit within unanimously adopted by the vote of tho limits of the City of Hickman Ky., to any applicant who docs not the five councilmen present: produco and file with his application Tho City Council of tho City of the written consent therefor of a maHickman. Ky., do ordain as follows: jority of tho legal voters In the city That a concrete sidewalk six feet election residing In the block and wide with a curb sufficient shall be also of a majority of the owners of put down at tho expense of tho prop- tho property within tho block In erty owners on tho east side of Ken- which sold pool table or blllord ta tucky stroet from the south side of bio Is proposed to bo set up or opor Clinton street to tho North side of ated. Carroll street In Hickman, Ky., and Attest: II. C. Helm. City Clerk. the cost thereof shall be paid by the The following ordinance which wns owners of the property In proportion Introduced at tho last regular meetto the frontage ing was again read, and on motion The property owners, W, A. Dodds, was adopted by threo of tho five Tom Dillon, Sr., H. L. Cray Stephen Councilmen present voting for tho Stahr, and J. W. Ward and R. H. passago of same: Kirk ore hereby directed to have said Tbo City Council of tho City of put down out of concreto Hickman. Ky., do ordain as follows: material and by competent workmen That'll shall bo unlawful on Clin as may bo approved by the Street Commissioner, after service of a not- ton street for any wagon or dray to ice on each after the passage of this bo backed against the sidewalk for ordinance, and upon failure of anyone the purpose of loading or unloading to proceed with putting down said freight, or for any purpose, and any concrete in twenty days af- driver or person so offending shall, ter the service of such notice, tho upon conviction, bo fined not less Street Commissioner is hereby direct- than Five Dollars nor more than Ten ed to proceed to have sold walks DollaYs for each offense and the constructed at the expense of tho costs of prosecution. Attest: H. C. HKI,M, City Clerk, property owner by letting contracts A motion was made and seconded for same to the lowest bidder after side-walkside-walk side-walk that the ordinance heretofore duced Intro- MORE ABOUT MISSIONS. H Accuracy in Fit Best in Leathers Care in Designing All these go with our line of Ladies' and Gen- on March 7, 11)10. rvgulatlng To th Hickman Courier: the operation of automobile In Hickman, Ky.. by amending so as to read Au editorial In your paper two s as follows: ago sol me to thinking and watching and made mo feel llkotalk Tho City Council of tho City of Ing with you aud at you. I trust you Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follow will open your columns now ami then That It shall bo unlawful for any for an expression from both those automobile to bo driven ou Uio whu agreo with you and those who streets of Hickman, Ky., at a greater do noU There are always two sides spoed than twelvo miles an hour, vx to an Issue and It usually takes at cept that upon Clinton street and least two men to see both sides. The editorial referred to was direct Jackson street. In Hickman, K., the rate at which nu nutomobllo shall be ed to Missions. In this editorial jou driven shall not exceed eight rolls made a sharp comparison between an hour and tho rate at which nu nu the actual work of the two depart' tomobllo shsll be driven down hill Menu Home and Foreign. It Is not my purpose, Mr. Editors, to draw you shall not exceed six miles an hour. Into a contruvrety, but to emphasise That It shall bo Unlawful for an) your editorial as far as 1 ajtrva with automobile to approach any street you and to take friendly issue with crossing or any turn In tbo streets you ou that In which wo may nut In tho City of Hickman, Ky., without agree. giving signals at least one hundred As to Foreign Missions, I represent feet beforo approaching said crossing, a church that cumy Into exlstuncu That It shall be unlawful for any through tho Influence of Foreign .Ml automobile to be driven on tbo streets slons and Is saturated today with of lllckmnn, Ky., after dark without that spirit to au exceeding dvgrw. at least one headlight burning. As a result of it, wo had lu the for Any person violating any of the eign field last year 9GV missionaries sections of this ordinance shall upon and our missions girdle the earth. conviction be fined not less than Five Our ahurch gnu last year to this en Dollars nor nioro than Fifty Dollars torprlse $1,3U:,CT3, the greater part which reached and wus used lu the and the costs of prosecution. fluid. It Is true some of our greatThe City Marshal Is hereby direct est efforts are spent In this entercd specially to enforce the provls prise and lu our eagerness to help Ions of this ordinance. foreigners, wo may, a you Intimate, uuglool those nearer to us. Holm. City Clerk. Attest 11. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. As to Homo Missions, wo, as a church, gave ll.till.OOr. to this work Tbo motion being put to n voto o last year, and had In the Hutu the Council by Major Dillon, tho n Field lfcSu missionaries (not regular mundmetit was adopted by the affirm pastors.) Yet, I grant you, with alt live vote by each of the five Council this money and all those workers, wo men present. fall to reach thousands who need our Then tho ordinance as amended, help. And this Is the point that I wns read, and bolng then put upon Its oon talk with you on. I wish to state final passage, was passed, ouch of first that tho money glveu to this the flvo members of tho Council vol onuse and tho labor spent toward Ing In favor of same, and was sign It Is not sufficient to cover the whole ed by tho Mayor and attested by the Held, but gottlng a little nearer the Clerk, aud ordered published and point there Is work left undone right under the shadow of our church spread upon the records. building, that we. as christians, ar On motion, the sidewalk ordinance commissioned to do, and which would which was Introduced nt tho January cost us nothing but the sacrifice of 191(1, meeting, was deferred uutllnext meeting. wt-ck- Lowe Brother High SlanrJard Liquid Paint n 1 . r . i. lion II iUtl results- - net pn .! m. t per giux covercJ half more squire feet tr i ? ...... ru . e ien longer 'service, ana good condition (or new pitciaj sa s mm w. . -- j tin sr mu (Inrorpou'tj) -J r some of tn iruw'J 1 have wo)- u. BIIXSS. f e 3 c at ' txt - nu ttiii In 1SHHI I SI SSI 111' cimmI Wt ik poHei-nii- ' your d j ji w Justlee to the Yours oil. a lr K ... "fc I r kin ior a shock froiu ii trioian I Shaky" N :rt, ti ..x . - csii -" that rendi-ri- I sovural niliuii, i up a motor f" ' was being l""1-- ' out the eonii" box when ! h on a live wn pull away, and i J .3 ' - - it 1' 1 ft. the fingers from welKht if unconscious current wii !' u, 1 1 kill Instatu no doubt "w i ft motion Council adjourned. Attest: 11. C. Helm, City Clerk. Ou O rSBBSSBvSSiV akSSflift'WffAlllV Books tlemen's OXFORDS, TIES AND PUMPS sbbbbbISx Tho annual convention of the Ful ton County Sunday School AhsocIo tlou will bu held May 12th iThurs Buy Ice Coupon day) 1'jlO, In We'd be delighted to show you our many different styles Every pair a new kind new toes, new leathers men, women and children: for Cuyce. Au excellent program is belug prepared. Every Sunday School Is earnestly requested to prepare their Htatlutlcul report and send In to at the Methodist church New Neckwear, Shirts, Hats, Hosiery and Underwear their district secretary or to the county secretary as soon us possible I'.vury school is entitled to deloKutot und wo bopu will avail themselves of this privilege. Wo want this to bo the very best couveutlon, Jeuule 1C. Hill, County Secretary. O AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL either No ice will be charged. The drivers will to credit cnah or coupons. Don't expect them book, an you, for they will be charRcd with end. out lot de will have to account for the ice they take col-le- When you alut looking, wo may switch In au old elbow or nipple or put In a little wore tluio at so much per hour, but iu tho end wo will give you Just us good und Just as cheap Job of tinning or plumbing as any body. Cotton, plumber mid tinner 0, T. Iloiiduraut and wifo, Miss Frankyo Held, Elvis Hall and Mr. Younger, of Louisville, went over to Union City Sunday afternoon In Mr. Uonduraut's now our. livery. This rule will not apply to soda er shops, fish docks and other their accounts will be on file at our office fountains. butch large uscw of iccJ MILLET & ALEXANDER Men's Head-to-Foot Outfitters flWHflflflHfti Hickman Ice Coal Co. t. dxxjXiOJSt, ...iifr (INCORPORATED.) , a-- tc t Docs not Color the Hair lttltrell-nt DEVICE FOR Heeae-Msd- e SIFTING ASHES Ex- S"'hJ',i 'J""?- - nM J1"1 r,i' dJni(T and inhti and tnipMont of Soothing, htalln. Jood la Iht halrbulba. QnMil, A tlron Ionic, tnllwpllc, tllmuUnl, Swflwt CMorW. Ckanilns. quklt IrtlUtlon of Kiln. Caetkvm. Inrrftwt activity of ihnJt. Sat. SHmiiUnt, Ionic OnmeitimmfJfofMelinwrtt. Akehel. Stimulant, antlttptk. Water, frrfum. Skim If he thlnfc ou couU ue " (hi. formu a to vour, Joclor. A.k him I (here li a single Injurloui fnRrrdlrnt. Aver VIor, as made from tl.lt formula, I, the belt prepa-L- n for falling hair, or for dandruff. Ut him decide. He knowi O, OnMr.HT, J tf.M of Ayera Italr Visor Together and at Vtry 8mall penditure of Money. A Contrivance Is Easily Put lllr llll l... rr,djr did bs Arbor uny, now many jm pianw .Miu Inn Hoyor, of No. 8 Wand, ion anturdsy for Jlowllng Oreon, Ky io attend school. Ktti l.uliock and Matt, of Ulu . . n Hickman on Liunlnona. Jaa. 0. Mooro, ago 7r,, a well known cltUfti of Hickman county, died at inn homo at Clinton, Tliuradny. Mra. J. II. HiiKsell and dnushtor, C. of tlrponvlllu, Minn., aro visit Iiir lllckiuaii relative mid friend. dustlcss ash sifter can be made at very small expenditure of money by following the lines of the accompanying drawing, writes J. A. Hrophy In Rclentlflo American. Make a box A shaped as shown about two feet high, two feet long, and ten Inches high at Its lowest part. The box should be of such a width as to fit a square hole In a base board B. Make the base board square to fit over top of an nsh can and cut a square hole In the base board of such a size aa to be entirely within the diameter of ash can. Nail the base board to the bottom of the Jjox. 'Then make a frame O of wide stock, 1 Inch narrower than the er than tho Inside length of the box. Bore a hole In the center of one end of this frame and cover the frame with mesh galvanised netting. Inclose three aides of this frame with thin board about 6 Inches high, tapering the two sides, as shown. h 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. Inside width of box and 1 Inch short- i n the children drink all tho PEP. ... t ujinI It'ea rinA .. tummlet o Try i'ii, that now coffoo "Kvcrybodyi t if it im duui i!enio you. yuur won ( Titrf.uMlwlcarload iiiltl of hoop a, two , ts tliil Itnrtlnlt . t nliu I.... I tit. ..I. . tv la iKtlfiintii1 nl trill (Hill ..... i.,.iiipii hv litsiiriitirit tt o Tie r.t. ::. iiiatlon of McCreary for IrisMif--n ( r In tnra Inn Umilfl iv . II nr'itn UT of tho null Hlalo tlcki-- t It IlUdHUliU llttljUlK, .hi IIIJHIt lltUtMll'a MI'1UVU . I ilia hin the children come home from poll their appetite for (upper. O the sun's erTulsmt If ami thy Ions:, Ions winter's dreamaT lluis, and huit, and liuit thy lay In th sunahlno nf tlin day. O Knowing- neither frtsht nor fear nirfl Don't ram hi. on my earl invective and abuse, aalth tindoughty Col. Wattcrson, aro no cood Ilo, thou brlng.at lummrr lime. Ita breei'a blent llowiivfr, Ifa alwnys pennlsiilblo to With Ita lasy afternoons.In rhyme. With call n i'rohlbltlonlHt a thlof, a doiiRh When the hone yaurkl aitoona In the heat, and when the duik faco and a dauiphool. Ilrtn. Ita breath nf mint and mutk From the meadowlanda afar. And A elncle filming .tap Climbs above the aunaet alow was It In local political Followed by army, alow. circle that Senator Mlko Taylor, of Boft of tread an that cllmha the height lulton, will In nil probability, stand Of t tin Velvet allle. nf nlh And the erented petal clone for to that high position sim t scamper on my noe u statu legislation. Mayfleld Messen Hall, forerunner of the day ger. When the dnwn'a pale silver hate Hieaka In radiant pink and peart O And the mlat prlte eweep and awlrtt County Attorney McClaln. of Hen Till they pa the hllla of green do r son county, has taken the position And the day cornea clear and clean! Iluii, and buix, and buis thy chant that all pnupera must bo sent to tho Where the aunbeam lie aIant poorhouse. Ilo says ho finds no law And eachaaglinting- golden mote Quiver a fatrr boat. for supporting paupers outside of thu Jocund fly, what dont fhou seek inn! Vou enn't walk on my cheekl poorhousu. - JudKti Taylor, of Kulton. ffnrd Clar enco Klllott $100 mid 25 dnya In Jnll for boolk'KKltiB, Hnturdny. 1111, Itiou bllthraome plnnr.r Iluiilnm: forth thy .onir of clinr! ' Wbmci art tliou this early day? What ! snt thee hltherT Bay, OOK INTO' 1 Ilt Knrt You'll get good quality with greatest covering capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints priced. Sold only by are-resonabl- HELM & ELLISON m Tit About tho toughest proposition thnt confronts tho census enumerators Is In securing thu ago of tho old maids c.'3 an hour, will plunge Into of thu country. Hut as theru aro out Uui of IIallc a eumi't, close to a few of them now In Hickman, llttlo Nnw. ulint In ilu. trouble will bo experienced by tho ink of It city enumerator. Tho McDowell boarding house at Kulton, was destroyed by flro Tliurs day morning at 1 o'clock. Loss about $4,000 with $3,600 Insurance. Kulton lost two "hash foundries" last week this and the Dennett Hotel which should bring thu number down about ail, i Itvcord, speaking of Hal- - When ttili amount rtin Li Illg.Ooo lh,i lummy iltm toomon schools for Febru- ul bp paid Htnto Auditor James 0 3 70 :..' iikji year, juno 30, O n iu at Jl.ooo.ooo. right. 1 " Sectional View of Sifter. (and leaving the discharge end open, wnicb should be hinged to front end of box with two 2x2 Inch binges. Put a piece of rope through a bole In the upper end of frame and fasten It on top so that It will not pull out. The box Is now ready for the top which has a hinged door D, aa shown, On top of box place a pulley and run tho rope through the hole In the top of the box and over the pulley wheel. The end of the rope may have a large Thou Calumbut of thy race, Klrit to sail this unknown tpace, ring attached to It aa shown. Dldt thou com on ntnlons wlft. This arrangement will allow the Or. bewildered, turn, and drift sifting frame to be swung up and Till thou foundeat thl haven here? down, Jarring the frame every time inn' confound you' Iavn my earl Hun, and bins thy lierald-on- r It strikes the block I fastened to rear Of the coming ummer throng of the box. iiirr! I knew I'd et you there. Walking where my calp I bare! Over the opening In front of box Dldat not know, O little nr. fasten a cloth to guide the On ray bald not thou wouldat diet clinkers to a suitable receptacle and prevent dust from rising. Expert Evidence. This sifter has proved very clean "I want you to go through town.' and does not require a aecond shovel says the charitable magnate to hti ing of sifted ashes. secretary, "and find the very poorest family here. I want to make a gift to mat family, but I must be sure STARTING A STUBBORN SCREW that It Is absolutely the most poverty stricken we can And." Heat Applied to Metal Causes Expan The secretary makes the necessary sion and When Cooled la Easily Investigation, and returns discour Removed. un IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE OFFICERS of THIS BANK to encourage sane living and conservative investment; to assist our customers with advice and aid them to get ahead in the world; to extend such needful help as is consistent with safe, sound banking ; to be of use and materially aid in the upbuilding of our town and community to this end we offer to the public our expeience in financial affairs, the facilities and services of a strong, carefully managed bank d We shall be glad to have YOUR name on our customers' list. ; U.t...lu guuu OI.UUUI, ..a .11 i4fJb ail 1 lie U nriach Ilia nrmnti ulll lm The Mvlnlty of Curlat," ono of a iri nr tr rm.mi ... 11.1. .,i.i.,.i vmiuiib uil UilR lUUK'Cl ilU prrKhni: on Sundnv mornlneii. At P i arrocd Sunday School. NW At WU- - 'be paitor. Kcv. 0. t: in- ulll prrach a KOtfpol ttrtst lie hnrn' Riiiiici a uiii unvii Hint alt uhn rnn fpt ttlA Pront.it Unnnttt Judge It. U. Stout in tho Circuit Court at Frankfort created a sensa tlon by giving explicit Instructions to thu grand Jury to make a full and completo Investigation of tho charges of bribery niudo against members of the Legislature, recently In session. Ilu 'old thu jury Uiat there was but onu man more contemptible than a legislator who sold out his neighbors and frleuds by taking a brlbo to voto against their Interests, and thnt Is thu man who gives tho brlbo. There's Pleasure in Owning a J0 in -- .JiWKv Lota of folks hare tried to remove a stubborn screw from a piece of wood, a acrew that won't budge at all, and bare in the end given it up aa a "And why?" bad Job. Well, if such a thing occurs I find three families In again don't lose your temper "Well. great destitution; each of them owns yourself, but try thta recipe or exert for re IS dogs, and there Is one extra dog moving the screw: that seems to make itself at home Heat a poker red hot, and then hold with all three families. None of them it agalnat the'screw head for a little will claim the dog. It I could find while, wait a few minutes for the which one really owns thnt extra dog screw to cool down, when It will be It would be simple to decide which la found that the screw can be removed the poorest." quite easily with the same screw driver that Just previously would not perIn the Future. form the work. The explanation Is A few centuries from now, some quite simple. really wealthy man will sit him down The red hot poker heats the screw, and plan the disposition of his for the screw expands and makes the hole tune. It la In Just a wee bit bigger. The He will donate the tropics to hu crew then coels down and resumes manity as a winter resort, and give Its original site, leaving the hole In orders that the annual Ice crop of the the wood a else too large and there north and south polar regions shall be you are. served free on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaya to the poor. One or two continents will be HOUSES MADE OF ASBESTOS stocked and planted as great public parks, while a fleet of airships will be Material Made Use of In Australia to Construct Dwellings, Is Fire and placed at the disposal of the publlo Waterproof. eye',7 other week. Ills flock of captive comets wtll be Many houses are now being built furnished free each year for Fourth of July celebrations, and he will order In different part of Australia of asthat the moon be placed on public bestos material, says Popular Mechanics. The material la made in sheets view one week in the month. The spirit of brotherhood will be for walling and in tiles or alates for shown to be still altve In the hearts roofing. It la not only fireproof, but of men, and everybody will be made Impervious to water, unaffeoted by neat or cold, and of high Insulating happy. aged. "Didn't you find any poor asked the philanthropist. "Lots of them, sir. but I can't de cide which is the poorest." famlllosr THE HICKMAN BANK Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 :lSl 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. picture of the scenes and folks you love. Spring scenes are prettiest Your collection of P'dures will also, in after years, prove a treasure ur travels, your outing parties, home scenes they all change, but the pictures will not. You would J part with one of them for the price of ten Kodaks Why not rot ' NAU7 Vn..o :. iibiw u,n.'i:nCT (n jwm w, O I uui 10 nnimiB w Vr.M "ftny ptice you want, 4 THERE'S an infinite charm in taking and The Unattainable. Our friend, the Inventor, Is telling with pardonable pride of his auccesg In getting up a new washing machine, a contrivance for washing dishes, an other for cleaning windows and still another for scrubbing floors. 'Good," we say "Now go ahead and Invent something that will wash a Fire and Waterproof. boy's face as often as It needs washing, aud your fortune la assured." properties. Still another favorable 'I can't," he replies, sadly. "There feature Is the fact that It ts not at Isn't any way to combine the dish tacked by white ants or other Insects washer, clothes washer, window that abound in southern countries. cleaner and floor scrubber." Heredity. jonn, wnai no you minx little Kosle saysT She says she doesn't wnn In an nlcknlcklna ona hit H tll nul a .lurnv Hid reMm!ila m matters of taste." -1 $1, $2, $3, $4, $8, $9 $12, $20 New German A new German Horseshoe, Anybody now you can make pictures with a Kodak. Let us our collection of Hickman scenes, made by You can make them just as good. We jnateurs. carry all necessary supplies, and will finish your P'ures if you do not care to do so. Get your Kodak week so that you can use it next Sunday. horseshoe, designed to prevent slipping on aahpalt and wood-blocpavements, has a counter sunk groove, In which Is Inserted t piece of hemp rope. The rope St. Louis Furnishing Co. HELM & ELLISON be readily replaced, and as It alone u cornea Into contact with the slippery son pavement, the horse secures a very Albert Noouou, tho of Jailer Noonon, wou fourth prlzo sure footing. Consul den. It. P. SkinIs making Inst week In a contest suggesting a ner reports that the shoe Hamburg. headway la There were-- considerable name for a purk boat 1131 contestants. Master Noonon Is Cotton, the pluiubur. Phono 65. at Euelowood, Colo., aUendlug achool. eai Try the Courier's Want Column- -lc per word Paint Lick Lady Writes Thanks Ferthc Great Benefit That Cards,, the Womaa Tonic, Wa Her When Sick ICy. Kentucky Gleanings Most Iniportnnt News Gnthervd from All Paris of Ihft Mate. ANXIOUS FOR SUCCESSOR. to SELF-DEFENS- E WAS PROVED. "I Buffered 10 much McNsmee Exonerated and Brother of from womanly trouble," writes Mrs. Victim Shakes Him by the Hand. Mary Freeman, of Talnl Lick, Kjr., Lexington, Ky. Robert McKamec, "before I commenced to toko Cardui "I was so weak from It, that I was Who ahot and killed Thomas W. In tho home of Blancho down oa my back nearly all tho time. March 23, was dismissed of the "I bare taken thrco bottles of Cardui charge of murder at his examining and It has dono mo more Rood than trial before County Judgo Scott. By any tncdlclno 1 ever took In my life. the testimony of Blancho Patterson, "I can't possibly pralso It too highly, Kmma ,Morjtanon and hlnu-elf- , proved a case of It has dono so much for mo and I will end Night Chief of Police William do all I can to help you for I think It .Tpnklna toitlfW that McN'amnra nn Is the only tncdlclno on earth that will his deathbed had requested that Mc-euro female troubles." Nameo bo neither arrestee or prow fnr fihootlntr him. McNameo to- You need not bo afraid to try Cardui, from tho house In doing so you nro making no now tlflivl that he ran for naked after the shooting, sont bark experiment In drug dosing or In tablets for his clothes, dreweu, got out on an of concentrated mineral Ingredients. early morning train for Columbus, O., Cardui as a mcdlclno, as a tonic for remained there until after McNamara's women, Is funeral and surrendered at the county weak, tired, worn-ou- t safe, reliable It has helped Jail here. Edward McNaraara, brother of tho others and should certainly help you. dead man, who was the only mombe. gentle-actinInherb Composed of In tho prosecu gredients, Its action Is mild and nat- of the family actlvo over to MoNameo nna as tion, walked bv the hand ami said he no bad ural and It has him have many of the powerful drugs, wanted to show him that ho bore no sometimes recommended. 111 foollnc acainst him. MoNamara Try It. also shook hands with the father, VrlX. 11 lot I.adlra Adrlaorr mnihpr nml uncle of McNamce, os Dept Challnnoocn Medicine Co Chat well as the attorney for the defenso tanooRn, Trim, fur Special Inalrucilona, and friends of tho young man. tinalc,"ltomr Treatment tot and Women," aent la plain rr rapper, m l i NOa'PROrdlSE OF. POSITIONS.. Paint Lick, Superintendent Crabbe Desires to sume New Duties. As- Pat-teno- rut! tlmo-tcstc- after-effect- trnvi se aotah WHAT DID HE MEANT Panama Canal Zone Patronage Is Frankfort Kr. M. H. Thatcher, who has been appointed a member of the Panama Canal Commission, returned her from Lasrance. whero he had been In conference with Scnntor W O. Bradley. He made tho following stale-meri"I have not vet secured my bearings. I do not know what patronage attaches' lo the- nppo'ntmcnt nor will I undertako to mako any promises of positions. Tho present law provides for ihn 'Isthmian Canal Commis sion,' and I have bren named as one of Its members. Tho commission Is in charge of tho canal zono and canal construction. The commission. I take It, acts as a body. I do not know wtun Landlady I had to pay 25 cents a I will leave (or Panama. It may bo fpvernl weeka ret. I have a number pound for this steak. Star Boarder That's tough. of official and, business matters to adjust beforuT iodring and I hope to be IN HOSPITAL FOR NINE MONTHS. given time tnerorore. prom Kidney Awful Tale of Suffering JOHNSTON'S REPORT Trouble. Says the Kentucky National Guard Is Alfred J. O'Brien, Second St, SterIn Fine Condition. ling, Colo., says: "I was Jn tho Balti t: - Frankfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson Is the g busiest man In Kentucky now, to slice same moro republican pie. Ho has sovcrat very Iniportnnt places that ho must (111. Tho most Important Is that of tho ofllco of stnto superintendent of public Instruction. Superintendent Crnbbe would llko to have the governor act on his resignation ns soon as possible, for ho desires to tnko part In the commencement exercises of tho Eastern Normal school ns tho president of the Institution. Prof. Ellsworth Itegestlne, of Newport, Is mentioned as Crabbo's successor. Gov. Wlllson has hla name under consideration, but thoro Is no telling, for It Is understood that Gov. Wlllson has a great admiration for former County Superintendent Taylor, of Pulaski county, who was sacrificed by tho new school law. There Thatcher's Old Job. Tho office of Stato Inspector and Examiner M. H. Thatcher will become vacant as soon as bo receives his commission as a member of the Panama Canal Zono Commission. W. E. Bldwcll. formerly the head of tho banking department under Secretary of Stato Bruner. Is tipped s for the Job, for he Is one of Gov. favorites. This position pays $2,500 a year. By June 1 tho printing commission, of which Gov. Wlllson is a member and chairman, must appoint a successor to J. W. Keddcn. the present superintendent of public printing. Another good Job to bo given out is that of the clerk to look after the stamping and recording of the Interest-bearing warrants. This place was created bv tho recent leelaUtiire, and . r. i me cicrn win tuc nppoinieui ioj t reaa-urc- r Farley It Is probable that for a while at least tho clerks in the treasurer's office will do the work and split the salary. Governor Wlllson may also havo tho appointment of tho appellate judge from the Fourth district to suc ceed Judge Henry 8. Barker, who will become tho president of tho Stato university in September. It Is understood, too, that Floyd Thatcher, secretary to Commissioner Ifankln, Is going to Panama as the secretary to his uncle, M. II. Thatcher, and this will leave a job open for a young man or a young woman'ln that department All of these places pay from $100 a month on up. pro-parinWill-son'- Very few men know how to keep still. The Italians havo a proverb, Young Man Unnecessarily Alarmed "Hear, seo, and say nothing, if ytl Over Question Put to Him by wish to live In pcaco." Tho man who Old Gentleman. Is bent on telling all he knows, genIn telling a good deal morn sort of n young fel- erally ends A quiet, bnshful Capltol than he knows. Tho tnnguo Is hnrder low waa making n call on a to brldlo than the wildest horso thnt hill girl ono evening not so very long ever roamed the prairie. The Gerago, when hor father came Into the mans say truly that talking comes by parlor with hi watch In his hand It nature, while silence cornea of the was about half past nlno o'clock. At moment the young man waa standthe ing on a chair, straightening a over tho piano. Tho girl hnd asked him to fix It. As he turned tho old gcntlcmnn, a gruff, stout fellow, said: . "Young mnn, do yon know what llmo It III" The bnshful youth got off tho chnlr nervously. "Yes, sir," h replied. "I was Just going." Ho went Into tho hall without nny dolay and took his hat and coat The girl's father followed him. As lb pic-tur- NOT LOOKING FOR TROUBLE Silence. Low One-Wa- y Rates to the AFTER f DOCTORS old gentleman again asked him If he know what time It was. c "Yes, sir," waa tho youth's reply. LydiaE.Pinkhiin'sVcgeta-bl"Goodnight!" And ho left without Compound Cured waiting to put his coat on. Knoivlllo, lown. "I sufToml with After tho door had closed tho old pains low down In my light side for a gcntlcmnn turned to the girl. year or moro and wns so weak nml ner"What's the matter with that fel- vous that I could not do ray work. I low V ho asked. "My watch ran down wroto to Mrs. link, this aftcr'noon nnd I wanted him to hum and took Lydla - l'lnkhata's Vege-tali- lo tell me the tlmo so that I could set It" Compound Denver Post caller reached for tho doorknob the Pacific FAILED Northwest In effect duly Her March to 1 I- April 15 dollar and fifty expend are not ewnlUl to ailulie lintnei and altracthe rtxmx. Onn Money and worth of material will completely transform a crude. Uir room into a graceful, dimly apart tittle rent' ' to buy it. to lung It ami again to it. With the uaa of the aUbatined wall there It only the aliclit cot of the nulcri! any one ran liruali It ontheand it wall U not necrwiry to waih It off when a frwh coat la required. very limple to It it rry eaijr to mix, apply, but the roulta are simply beautl lul. A whole houM ran l done at juat a little more than the hut of a mil renin when ordinary matcrula are And thu U true, that now that no hare to rmirh belter material for um In the decor w Ion of our home, that wall paper, common Lalonnne and paint are now aa much out of dale aa the ok! time tallow candles and much hewn tloora. Mete mmey U no looser an e cnttal In pool houwfurnUhti( in artlatie home makinj. maThe new inateriala and labor-vinwelcome to u all and chines are every tlioutbttal woman, every woman lm carts for her home, U qofek to utillre them. and Really It if goml ' That dainty make the homo homelike. touch U worth twice aa mueh a roonrr money Wall la ripen"!"-- It par "U urj white-wii.l- mt THOUGHT SO LITTLE. nnd Mvcr Mils, nnd am glad to say that your medicines and kind letters of directions havo dono mom for mo than anything else and I had tho best physicians here. I can hi inr work and rest well at night, I lelicvo there Is noth. Ing like tho I'lnkham remedies." Mrs. Cl.hu Fiunk. H.F.D.. Xo.8, Knoxvllle, Jowa. Tho success of Lylla Y- Tinkliam's Vepetiblo Compound, mado from roota and herbs, is unparalleled. It may bo used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements. Inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors. Irregularities, periodlo pain, backache, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency. Indigestion, dizziness, or nervous prostration. For thirty Tears Lydla E. IMnkliam's Vcgetibld Compound lias been tho standard remedy for female Ills, and suffering women owo It to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial I'roof Is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, nnd why should It not euro you? If you Avnnt special mlrlco write Good on tlx comfnrtabla tourist slecivrs i the Union Pacific "The Safe Hoad to Travel' D listless, perfect track - electric block signal pro taction dining and " Uest in sorvicc car meals the World" For further mfotnuti call on or addi i E. I- Mr.I,Jnk!iatn, Lynii.Mn.n.,for It. It Jji free and nhvuya liclpf uL m BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B, B, B. - LO.MAX. (icn. IWr Ast Union I'iciIh. H R. to. Ofiuhi, Neb RID more pital for' nine months. I- - had- - a dull pain in tha small of my back Marino Hos- "TRIM IT UP, DOC," Said Boy to Physician After Left Foot that completely wore me out. The urine was in a tei rible state, an somo days I would pass half a gallon I left of blood. the hospital because they wanted tc operate on me. I went to St. Joseph's Hospital at Omaha and pufln three months there without any gain. I was pretty well discouraged when I was advised to use Doan's Kidney Pills, 1 did so and by the time I had taken one box, tho pain in the back left ma I kept right on" and a perfect curt was 'the result." Remember the narao Doan's. M For oalo by all dealers? 60 cents a box. Foster-Mllbur- Frankfort, Ky. According to tho annual report of Adjt Gen. P. P.Johnston, submitted to Gov, Wlllson, tho national guard of Kentucky was never In a better condition than at present. Under Adjt. Gen. Johnston are Lieut. Col. Thomas W. Woodyard, on duty in the quartermaster's depart ment: Judge W. I. Jett, who has charge of the Confederate Veterans: Lieut. Col. A. McLean Moffott, who Is in charge of tho inspector general's department Col. Woodyard reports that there was on deposit Dec. 10, 1907, to tho credit of tho governor claims for services of Kentucky war troops in the Spanish-AmericaJ22.340.56, and that the outgoing gov ernor disbursed 113,001.73, leaving a balance of 19,882.41 to be disbursed.' "TEMPORARILY INSANE." Tested for 30 Years, sMtrurr wtita oar was crusnea. Louisville, Ky. "Say, Mop this ele vator: you've torn my foot off," waa tho startling statement mado to the hoy running tho elevator at tha Louis vllle & Nashville office building hero by Heron Stanley, agvtl 15, when his left fcot was caught between tho ele vator and the second floor landing. The boy waa game to tho core and When the elevator had been taken to the lower floor he hopped over Into Iho surgeon's office and said without the suggestion of a tremor: "Say, doe, ray foot has been iimhrd off. Won't you trim It up a little?" Dr. George Robertson, the surgeon who attended the boy. said that he had tho most wonderful ncrvo of anybody he had over seen. afraid, dontcherknow, to say what I think. Miss Cutting Hints You may not be afraid but you ought to be ashamed. ChollyChumplelgh I'm not Murphy. . wiitkotd-44t- lktuIJ laui- SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE 31 v hI al PJWO IF CATCHERS I Ta n Co., Buffalo., N.;T. Cuiley Is Freed on Charge of Staying In Demand, Proctor. An infant in a Pullman car set up a IjOuIsvIIIc, Ky. "Not guilty on acloud wall, and would not bo com- count of temporary Insanity," read the forted," narrates a high railroad official, "and I camo forward and told the young mother that I had helped to ralso five, and that I thought 1 could secure a quietus. I put the little turn turn across my knees, and with a gentlo jogging achieved beautiful results. "Instead of giving mo tha credit ) deserved somo drummers In tho cat showed stern disapproval of my 'but ting In.' "At two a. m. the baby woke up and staid awake, and kept every one els In the car awake. Finally a grufl voice asked: "'Whore's that fool that put it tt sleep this afternoon, I wondert' " The Woman verdict returned by tho Jury In the case of Robert M. Cuiley, who wa& freed. Cuiley was tried for the murder cf W. E. Proctor. Tho verdict of the Jury caused confusion on account of Its wording. A hi? crowd remained about the courthouse until tho verdict was brought in. Culloy shot Proctor after his wife told of an alleged assault at tho hands of tho latter. Louisville, Ky. Within tho next few weeks the Louisville Hallway Co. will begin the work of extending tho Fern Creek Interurban lino to Mt. Washington. Tho new line will bring in cjoso communication Louisville with a rich and populous part of the county. Ky. Two hundred thousand pounds of tcbaoco owned by tho Burley Tobacco Co., the Lawrence- burg Supply Co., tho poultry house of A. Hawkins & Co., and the Ixlngton Brewery agency were destroyed by flro here, entailing a loss of 7j,u00. Origin of the flje U a mystery. Absolute Equality, Tho tax offlco Is on which I simply lovo to go to. The Man Very few people do. Why do you like itT , The Woman Becauseit Is absolute ly the only place where no discrimination is mode against me becnuse'I an They lot me there paj a woman. Just as much as if I wero a man. "Catalogue size," replied the seeds man, with a significant smile. Louis rllle Courier-Journal. of beets and tomatoes," "Life, sire!" Inquired tho Studies In Still Llff, "I want a few colored Illustration! artist For Headache Try Hicks' Caputrlna Whtthar from' Colds, Haat. Stomach" ot are Narvoua Iroublea. the arhea IJiuld-jl-apeeAllj M reWtvad by Capudln. It's Immediately. 10. 3 cta ant tp aaA W at Drue moras Uke-Effe- Of eotirfe. women are a' trifle vain but did you ever see a man pass it) a opportunity to look In a mirror? Frankfort, Ky( CeclJ Phaser, aged years, park engineer for lxi!svlllo and assistant landscaper on tho capltol grounds, died hero from paralysl. with s which he was stricken In Gov. efflce when attending a meeting; of .the Capltol Commission. UllchfleM. Ky Charles Carroll, a 10 year-olson of a prominent fanner, was assassinated at Ills homo at Goffs, Kdmondson county, ly a bind of 12 'ninsked men. kCarro'l was called- - to (he door of bis h.oui and ahot la the C8 Will-son'- back. Tho prisoner at the bar was of 'swarthy complexion nnd was chnrged virtr MaM Mnvptiiatlari. ioMlul.in M .ttlu4- -' -t r II JMAMJ Mil 4 XM indirrc with peddling without a license. of r fur asm car. iitiiK iiin ri.t rllKK br Uoot atMI'I.Kn Hi:.NT "What Is your name?" asked the mag- wmin iiummi iiaim I'm, .mania, iia. ITvV Lsuia OdanaaSCo. I atrlba roar Irvabia a4 fro at4ioal a4f U fit to. Jsr I 73J la lualLininet istrate. "He says his nnme la Murphy," reI peated tho policeman on the bridge. 7 "An Irishman peddling bananas, eh .. What part of Iroland do you come tU xl h from?" Ut UI'U VAIil' Ctrl Mt MliftHsV. ft! nu piljlH. TW W I Vl'li-A. Iba tm,.rmpi: "Ho says ho was born Id Italy," htw- hJlT again repeated tho brldgo policeman. CARTER'S LITTLE ' ,..li.laafora t -p pjM - .LVuii,, LIVER PILLS BBaaBBBBM "Uraph! Tho Murpbya aro numer imunialuouiaiKI S. Aa I didn't think they had spread ous, but iVilrnrklk. aiUon ur Worl4 ratr m lX anaaua aiaaaKai . 11 1 L to Italy," said tho Judge ns ho made hwiim hla, aa i.ifSSSSHBaa wmi uiwi T mKS'St Jaa V4fa la lb. r n .afaMaDn tHITTLC the flno l nnd asked tbo man to spell MMtuaaralaiaui laic IT' r'r ' ft! n) m ' his name. I 1 1 u rv JthrWw, t- BMSBBBBBBr ' .1 a ao4r l !bolb. kr .nil l VST1- l..r Lancaster, Ky. Edward H. Walker llan Cr Cm Tho prisoner wroto on a ploco ot died at his homo In this county after paper "Giuseppe Mucrfee." Now " .Vilrtl kSia (labia all thaaarlMil mi a llngcr ng illness of blood poisoning. York Sun. lilr UM lbMi b)ma. aro itl I aiSkk tUaiwU aal I r i al i u avZt lam. Mr. Walker was tho oldot of the fa' SXtJCAU ai4aibfB. ... . V . Small PilL Small Dot. Small Pric mous Walker brothers, end was himROSY COLOR t iiui-- l llox Utriuirit. muil bear ainaturel self a man of national note aa a fox Produced by Poitum. V 7 hunter. Several time he han been president of tho National Fox Hunt"When a person rises from each FOR Wisilli".eliealEMiJ AlUinONEOOIi.J ers' association. He will bo burled meal with a ringing In the ears and n at. . at Paint Lick. Ky. general senso of nervousness, It Is ?rl".-.?..-- r, " Hair-Heal- th J a common habit to cbargo It to a llonrrr T If h' J, TVi Lao.lx-arKy. Warrants Covington. were stomach. hwprn out by John P. K'ggs, Jr. and "I found It was caused from drink- Naaar falla lo laalora (Jrar Hair lo lla ,p,r will Ju prNatural Color anal llaaatr. Sloia III fatHnf John T. Vest for the arrest pf W T. ing coffeo, wbch I never suspected for vai. man roaiiivvir ivraoTva iaaaiuu. aa nut m lubtlllaiaa, tlx ami or Stephens and I. N. Jackson, of Plner, a long tlmo, but round by leaving off Deiilii Ktfma all or ai Urmflaia. b( Mill CDCC armM1'" Ky., who are charged with selling coffeo that thu disagreeable footings Sand oe lor laria laoipla llollla allaCaBai 4,000 rounds of ooled tobacco, nnd went away. DEFIANCE STARCH WIMIM' 1'bllo liar Seaa. Co-- Nttraik. N. J.. U S. A. ! "I was brought to think of tha subRichard Thomas and Emmet Wilson, of Nloholson. Ky.. for selling S,000 ject by getting somo Postum and this brought mo out of trouble. jiounds of pooled tobacco, "It Is a most appetizing and InvigGlasgow, Ky. Tho logs of the old orating beverage and has been of Lincoln cab'n. which havo been stored such great benefit to mo thnt I natuIn LouUvlllo since the 18th day or May rally speak of It from time to time last, wero carried to Hodgenvllle and as opportunity offers. "A lady friend complained to mo nrq being hauled to tho Lincoln farm.' My where they will be, placed In the n,ow, that she bad tried Postuin, but It did We havo just issued a book about houso decoration. Memorial Hall and stay until tlmo Is. not tasto good. In reply to my question she said she gucsed sbo boiled It no more. about ten minutes. I advised her to il ICIIS I1UW IU JIUUlll.V Ixuilsvlllc, Ky. James P. Helm, 68 follow directions nnd know that sho finest o( homes nnd. hotels. ,rd it tell i t. suKKesis color scncniua uutia uiiili nf ideas. years old, one of IoulsvIlle's beat bollod It ilftoon or twenty minutes, and ll sho would bavo something worth talk- what has brought olabastinc into universal vogue. known attorneys, is dead. ing about A short time ago I heard Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Eugono Poole, one of hor children say that they wero so I mall clerk on the L. & , was arrest- drinking Postum by Special Postal judgo sho succeeded in making It ed at Nashvillo Agent C I Patterson' and brought good, which Is by no weans a difficult The Sanitaiy WU1 Coating here, charged with robbing malls. He task. son ' Koo "TM of one ot my frlenus was waived examination und bond was formerly a pulo lad, but sluco ho has Please know Alabaslior, is ll.a only wall coalioR that t Wf lllcd at 2,000. ' ,,. .1 nrl 'n I,,. l wi fur enil ess color -" been drinking I'oatum, has a lino color, I JU "j ' S.VIHM Know how ea y )J Nowport. Ky. Former Sheriff John Thuro is plenty of evldeuce that i lu thu past few year. It das become the on pirt-- w rap'-- B Postum actually dews 'mako red blood,' P. Nngel entered a plea of guilty in You. rage. I'iihlon now demaoiU ll. I'eop'e trade-marnl ' .Iter y" kM says." tho famous now have use kaUomme thq circuit court to an Indtctuunt, as of Ateboth rich and poor to f .actl. . charging him with failing to perform Jn Head "Tho Hoad u Wellylle," found .1 istined walla. pkgs. "Thore'a Ilenson." on olHclal duty In the suppression ol liver read the abur A uav ,Co. n poolroom, and an agreed Que ot 2)C oae auprara frvui lima leitrrt to lima. 'I'ber are Krnalor. true, and full at kuuu coats was entered and I -r, if jnm hat l"tor. Ratlaa Hort. liralaf Humor. tr israxi, lata ll ll, 11, lllolalil IIIi-llalnii A liiairfai UolgaKlli llk-IimiIi Darvand nk niailtlr chftlfuf lb n b. Mdlr i r l- -t l Don't Persecute your Bowels Ineoplatonism a - .m 1 n I i f- n 1 i ' -i Hav s i J) f - ll. l. - A Free Book About Beautiful Walls N-- now-a-day- Alabosdfte S aaaavai d ! y. "m'... '"n -- k Alabastine Grand Rapids aaiarcM, IN DOUBT. jsBtV Uncle Sam K Has New Dishes in Cook Book II w 1 I fj Lr.;pllntcre(! alrlntn bono Into ,1 If It : r ncnr the fcnco. t ,.:rsk3 rrrlnklo a fow grains of salt popper on tho exposed iad ijc'j. t't P n" further cries by coy with a bit of dough th ttlo whllo nnd servo on It it.: great' It's cheap and also I9C Undo flam, culinary jjljr 'rii-.tijc t - j o, and ho ought to know. Kamuel'i now cook book li . .. , i -- - - ii sire rural ami annnna. rr, VI uunoia nun iiibu n Ifi (;-En- o 1 1 n c-- litmnF1 (Jo r"U think tu0 cost of lis. T'icn 11lenblKh tf IsIjo 13 Iho back1 yard nnd run a Co out n r. S .... H arMta A- -J - m'a c? tOSfJ C l'--c country nnd oren then Tta Hoe- - t"r 'Isrce-H (jen l C- iu -- winner. of tho new cookbook Ii of Mont In the al a J It Is modestly llstod as s I'ulletln 391." prepared by C. F. Langwor. s t'o rations In tho odlce of : c'atlons, nnd Miss Caroltno I ex-frr- t i - Sam vrn - an putt hl on inn rrM ...4 nut tifllillv na nn Uilrnrnfn .... , ..:n, laiui'B ill ... . . t.. mI i uitrnLau r iprcmnnn rrnin oRIclal foot Tj a w es? lit -- r: t t seems lair rlty of tho - cany reasons," say tho vol to conciuuo with physiologists that - n I t. rr a 'iIt It rmi a... Ihn It iiniiii ni rniinr n n i . remit or exiutrlonrn . I t t T Cf m ! it, s cf contlnuct tho work, -- It w w SH. w a butter or ollro oil, for ox- - Pickling, smoking and curing moats aro also advocntod. Tho uso of tho fata of tho meat In placo of butter In meat pica la ndvocntcd and tho price of aavorlng "drippings" la recommended. Here la tho plnn; "When rendering tho drlpplnga or fat meat, add a small onion (do not cut It), a fow leaves of summer savory nnd thyme, n tcaspoonful of salt nnd n llttlo peppor. Thla la enough for n pint of fat. Keep tho drlpplnga covered and In a cool placo." Maybo you never know about braising rlba of beof, broiling tho beef rlba or alrloln bonoa nnd sprinkling them with salt and cayenno pepper. Well, try It- - Alio try boiling mnrrow bones with a bit of dough at tho end and then aorvlng them on toast. In utilizing the cheaper cuts of meat the following Is recommended: Cnsserolo Hoast. Thrco or four pounda of round rump of beef; a allco of salt pork; a few pepper corns; each of a carrot, a turnip, an onion and a head of celery cut Into amall allcea, Spanish Ilccfstcak. Tako a piece of round steak weighing two pounda and about nn Inch thick; pound until thin, season with anlt and cayenno pepper, cover with a layer of bacon nnd salt pork cut Into thin allcea; roll nnd tto with a cord. Pour around It half a cupful of milk and half a cupful of water. Placo In a covered baking dish nnd cook two hours, basting occasionally. Mock Venison. Cut cold mutton Into thtn allcoa and heat In a brown aauco made according to tho following proportlona: Two tablcspoonBful butter, two tablospoonsful flour, one tablespoonful of bottled meat sauc (whichever Is preferred), ono red currant Jolly and one cupful water or stock. Drown tho flour In the butter, add tho water or stock slowly, nnd keep stirring. Then add the Jelly and meat aauco and let tho inlxturo boll up one-fourttable-spoonf- Why does Great Britain buy Its oatmeal of us? Certainly It seems like carrying coals to Newcastle to speak of exporting oatmeal to Scotland and yet, overy year tho Quaker Oats Company sends hundreds of thousands of cases of Quaker Scotch Oats to Great Urltnin and Huropo. The reason Is slmpla; whllo tho English and Scotch havo for centuries eaten ontmnat In quantities and with a regularity that has made them tho most rugged physically, and nctlvo mentally of all pcoplo, tho American has been eating" oatmeal and trying all tho tlmo to Improvo the methods of manurncturo so that ho might get that badness! a.. With a better understanding of the transient nature of tho many physical ills which vanish before proper eflorts gentlo efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. Thero Is comfort In tho knowlodgo that so many forms of Illness aro not duo to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which tho pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, promptly removes. That is why It Is tho only remedy with millions of families, and Is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects aro due to the fact that it is tho only remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness, without debilitating tho organs on which It acts. It Is, therefore, In order to get its beneficial effects, to purchase and noto that you havo tho genuine article, which is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only. It is pleasant and refreshing to the tisto, and acts gently yet promptly on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipation permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom. Tho great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients is not thai they fail to act when a single doso is taken, but that they act too violently and invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented doses. Children enjoy tho pleasant tasto and gentle action of Syrup of Egs and Elixir of Senna, the ladies find it delightful and beneficial whenever a laxative remedy Is needed, and business men pronounce it Invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and does not gripo nor nauseate. Whon buying noto the name. California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package. Price, 60 cents a bottle. sa i4a Jinks Thnt chap that wroto a historical novel forged a noto. Now ho's In Jail. Winks What was ho convicted for? BABY'S SKIN TORTURE "When our baby was seven weeks old ho broko out with what wo thought was heat, but which gradually grow worse. Wo called In n doctor. Ho said It was eczema and from that time wo doctored six months with thrco of tho best doctors In A,tchlson but ho only got worse. His face, head and hands wcro n solid sore. Thcro was no end to tho suffering for him. Wo had to tlo his llttlo hands to keep him from scratching. Ho novcr know what It was to sleep well from tho tlmo ho took tho dlscaso until ho was cured. Ho kept us awnko all hours of tho night and his health wasn't what you would call good. Wo tried everything but tho right thing. "Finally I got a sot of tho Cutlcura Roncdles nnd I am pleased to say wo did not uso all of them until ho was cured. Wo havo waited n year a half to soo If It would roturn desirable foreign trade How well ho has succeeded would bo seen at a glance at tho export on Quaker Scotch Oats. This brand Is without n rival; Is packed In regular packages, and In hermetically scaled tins for hot cJlmates. CI Good Work In Oenmark. Under legislation entcd In 1005 the s Danish government pnys three-fourth- ts of tho expend of all poor persons who desire to bo treated In tuberculosis sanatoria. When tho hos- pitals under construction aro completed Denmark will hart ono bed in tuberculosis hospitals or sanatoria for every 1,200 Inhabitants, n fact which will mean that tho length of treatment can bo considerably extended, In tho United States thcro is one bed for every 4,000 inhabitants. by kit ; I U by conatltutionil remnllra. beatarM to cauMw by an inflamed condition of 1h mueoua llninc ol the Eustachian Tube. When thla tube to InOanied vu hart a rumbllns aonnd or lm- periect stearins, and wnen li m eniirrir cweea. iieai- -' bmi la the mult, and unlraa the Inflammation can be taken out and thla tube rretorrd to lu normal rondl- -, tun, hearing will be destroyed lorerrr; nine raaea out ol ten are caused by Catarrh, vnlch la rothlns but an Inflamed eondltmn of the mumua eurfarce. We will fire One Hundred Dollars Icr any case of Deafnesa (reused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. Hend lor circulars. Ire. CO- - ToMoa, I'. J. ClIUKEi Poll by Dnwrlsts. lie. Tail u all's family lull tor constipation. rur dntneM, and thnt Deafness Cannot Dc Cured ipp'kitmni, u Uwr cannot rrack the y to ooljr one of tH0 llirre rtr. M a welL Mnfinn 11UUU11 WiHp WW A Artfi-MBM. M. M vr M. M W Kirrkf- fc a. I aTW ar Tiio movlng-plcturfeature, Intro duced In Waahlngton to lllustrnto lectures by government ofllclals and others, has scored. Chairman Hatch motion has perfected arrangements whereb) views will bo shown in theaters all over tho country. Hu said hundreds of requests for the moving plcturo and stcroopttcon show had ttatlon.1. cjtrapafen far been received, from universities, col n cf tho housoflr. rpcontlr un leges, schools nnd churches and Y. M. C. A. branchea, Tho health board of Florida has prohibited the keeping of horses or mules 1.1 .. Trtt .1 a liv..i,lth within COO feet of a dwelling, unless aro v iisrn, jr or wrd & Tav or. precautions (lies. taken to prevent brcedlug of Similar rules have been pasted by Georgia, Wisconsin Ti department of agriculture and Indiana, cru. i id imnica ato countrr-widTho American Consumers' league has Joined tho American Civic assov uui VI H( tUIIBJ Vi V (a ta ciation in fighting tho fly ovll, as havo many state nssocla tlons. Mrs. Ilobcrt 8. Rradlcy, chair Dr U O. Howard, chief of the bu man of tho food commltteo of the w...v'fl t VSI4 ('Mt b Ui IUV Woman's Municipal league of Uoston, Is spreading tho propaganda in Now England. 3 rural dlstrlcta. apeclal A Owners of stables hero who yiolntq TI bulletin la bolnr nrennreil sanitary regulations will bo prosecuted, nnd householders aro advised wtS KIV to put their fly scroens In shape' nnd - v t. w DiVUUU IUU 41. help tho health department 1 o m Wrong View of Marriage. "Thcro would bo less divorce," said but It nover has and bis skin Pennypacker, "if there were Is clear nnd fair as It possibly could bo. I hopo Cutlcura mpy savq some fewer men like William Wlndlo. "William Wlndlo embarked on an exono else's llttlo ones suffering nnd nlso their pocket-bookJohn Leason, cursion steamer for Point Breeze, and 1403 Atchison St, Atchison, Kan., Oct a few miles out, as ho paced tho upper deck nnd drank In tho bracing ozone, 1, 1903." ho spied his friend Jackson. " 'Why, JnckBon, how nro ye?' ho exNational Tuberculosis Sunday. Present Indications point to a gen- claimed. 'Are yo out for pleasure, or eral observance of National Tuber- is yer wife along?' " culosis Sunday In moro than 200,000 Everybody In This Town churches of tho country on April 24. Is tick or will be soma time with some Keports from heads of local antituberof the dlaeaaea that NATUKE'd culosis associations, health officers, (Nit tnblcti) will cure or prevent. Namuch knew pastors, mayors, governors, and nu- If every person an I do,nimoat of about sickthla ture's Itcmedy bodies ness would be prccnted. I want you to merous Interdenominational about Nature's Itcmedy. 1 want to show much enthusiasm over tho know you freo at my expense a 10 day movement Tho National Association send treatrrent that you may know Just how Nature'a Itcmedy la for Constipafor tho Study and Prevention of Tu- Kood Itheumatlsm, Dyspepsia, Liver nnd berculosis has prepared an outllno for tion. Kidney Complaint, ami why Nature's a tuberculosis sermon for uso oh Itemed Is lletter than Pills for Liver Ills. AH Write me April 24, which will bo' sent free of days treatment A. II. Lewis, for free 10 St. Louis. chargu to any, clergyman applying nt Vindictive Cuss. 10S Bast Twenty-seconstreet, New "Ugh!" spluttered Mr. Jones. 'That York. Thousands of theso .outlines aro being sent out weekly to all parts nut bad a worm In It" "Here," urged n friend, offering him of tho country. churchmen, . Including a glass of water, "drink this and wqsh Prominent bishops and heads of all tho leading It dowri." "Wash it down!" growled Jones. denominations, havo expressed their "Why should I? Let him walk!" approval of tho movement. Everybody's. y IIKM-KDV Drug-cists. to-dd sl Bakes-Roasls-Broils-- Toasfs BAKES bread, pie and cake-b- akes them, perfectly all through, and browns them, appetiiingly. ROASTS beef, poultry and game) with a steady beat, which preserves tde rich natural flavor. BROILS steaks and chops makes them, tender and inviting. TOASTS bread, muffins, crackers and cheese. No drudgery of coal and ashes ; no stooping to, get at the oven; no smoke, no dust, no odor just good cooking with greater fuel economy. Irons and water in wash-boilalways hot. The er Patience Do you bellcvo thcro are All Tired Out. occasionally out of microbes in kisses? Do you terl dull, Patrice I never snw any. Yonkers Headaches and UlnlneaiT Tho sort?la either with your stomach or your fault Statesman. liver. The naff, sura and eaay war to tret rid of either trouble In to tako NATUKU'S Iled, Weary, Watery . lU'MKDY. Take an Nil Tablet to nlcht-- It Relieved Weak,Murine liye Itemed)-- Eye. lly Try will awceten the Btomneh and rrirulato the liver, kldneya nnd bowels. Kaay-aur- o to act. Get a 25c Box. The A. 1L Lewli Ucdlcln Co., tit Louis, Mo. who bad been llttlo watching her mother dress for an evening entertainment surprised her mother with tho following question: "Mother, didn't you say you wcro almost 40 years old?" "Yes," replied tho mother. "Well." answered tho little girl, "you but you will todon't look It morrow morning,' Judge. t, .A Alas. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTOHIA, a safo and sure remedy for Infanta and children, and sco that It Signaturo In Uso For Over :M) Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought Too Busy to See. Oil Cook-stov- e In has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot. Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled tow:l racks. enamel chimneys. The nickel finish, It has long turquoise-blu- e with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attractive and invites cleanliness. Made with.l, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. UirnoXABT NOTE : It sure jaa f tt BUS reals " KW PrAFXCTlOst." K that tilt aime-alat- c Every dealer everywhere! If notat yours, write for Descrlptlre Circular to the nearest agency of the lst Standard Oil Company (Inrorporutet!) for starching 10. ureen-Hye- d Monster Invades Congress -- ill- r171wjaWjawW rtVaWjaWja iti ti Baaaar- i MUHSY between tho house and . .. lenatn Iim. i.mi. .v ..un uiuikuii uui in a iiuw . .. jrm Thi. i .m iiiu i. ian. . noiuiaE ...10. ao it .. Uh -- t..v. vuuro or legislation, it nas , vxvuiBm can aiBnoso wW ,n ullu siiiing man .1 Honnlnr r.mius oi west .'Virginia. . ti ..... t.i uiku on mo urn or minion- .uuuiv, hub inn ruuuiniion vu mars ui oue muni uib cuiiuukuub can got . 'IT Ullh ,i Bironniv nnrumi iiv im wmuuib ui IUU uuuiu wnnu lin.U M. ..u.mia r M vlllinV no riiurir mcmuers or eon. nn f Eembcr Of tho honso. any oi ... 11 - -- uiiii ma Question, will bo nt. ! - uuiious 10 In w nrrnngo n con- - IUU . ItlAn .Mi-i- UM lin-r- n v oi mo senate restaurant. iuo necessary nrraugomeuta. Mm U i.w u Tllnlf ...... i. . a9 W I UUHN lUCH K n pa ui 1 . I I alfflr nam uic ajciiaic I rvaiip.-i- i nn urof V li v ntr.n DEFIANCE STARCH finest linens Another Investigation. Think all you speak, but speak not The "dopo sheets" in tho possession Iloblo Maiden Is kissing proper? MEMPHIS, NO. W. N. all you think. Delarcm. of senators teem to show that Mr. Knclnn Youth Wo might InvestiKlklns Is in better form than Mr. gate. Two heads aro better than ono. "I find Cascarets so good that I wools! Adamson, Ills best performance ol not be without them. I was troubled a Stanford Chaparral. great deal with torpid liver and headache. which thoro Is nn authenticated record Now since taking Cascarets Candy Catharwas inailo at Hot Bprlngs, Vn., where For 'Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. tic I feel very much better. I shall cerThe hist remedy for Orlpn nnd Colda It he went to soo Mr. Tnft. beforo the The storr.ach ts a larger factor In " life, liberty and the purCapudlne. Itellevte the Achine and tainly recommend them to my friends as lattor beenmo presldout. Tho morn Hlcka' Cure the cold Ilendachet suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism feverlahneaa. the best medicine I have ever seen." Ing of his arrival tho senator ordered also. It'a IJquld Kffecta Immediately 10, can withstand hunger but not dyspepsis. The confirmed Anna Bazinct, 10c at Drue Stores. two plates of peaches and crenm, n X and "is fit (or treason, stratagems and spoils." The men Osbora Mill No. a, Fall River, Maas. goes to the front for his country with a weak stomsch who box of crackers nnd n quart of milk, a Those who believe that man dewill be a weak soldier and a fault finder. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. wholo chicken, brplled; half a dozon scended from tho monkey should reDo Oood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Urlse. A sound stomach makes for good citizensoip as well as for "flannel cakes" and a largo pot of member thnt It's a poor rulo that M.,tif 50c. Never sold in bulk. Thecrfm. health and happiness. lira tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to coffee. As he left the tablo the sen- won't work both ways, euro or your money baclc Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and ator remarked that it wna strange bow nutrition aro promptly and permanently cured by the use of Kill the Files Now and Keep his appetite, disappeared as soon as ho (MUp. for printing In newtptptror FLY KILLER Or. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDIC71L DISCOVERY, left bis homo In tho mountains ol diaca.e awsy. A DAISY Laata all scaenn. 31 JL 8uiUble I on Kiailonerr. rab)titorsoflhUppf will do It. Kill tliouaaiitls. it builds up the body vttb eoand tlesb and mJ West Virginia. Aak your dealer, or send 20c to H. SOM wllltAkronrordranddotbDrlDtlnf. aolld muscle. Mr. Adamson, like Mr. Elklns, likes K11S, 150 Helvolb Ave., llrooklyn, N. Y. ihtiu iiiwrirn moi. uttlk hoc, am. to begin tho day with a good breakThe dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" la Tho average woman can' bluff alonly seeking to make the little more profit realized on tho fast. Whenover he appears In the SUDDEN DEATH H,cL:rTSrnffiS! sale of less meritorious preparations. houso rettnurant tho chof Is tlppod most any man, but when It comes to Dtwrtalla. Thy nTrtlrof iu Noiprwullncoa Agent butt l'otlr tvliakro from run, Kdwitl Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medics! Adviser la sent fret oft. In a short time there, is placed bluffing sonio other woman well, wanUM. ILAKk ailumiLlllX, llaifctwtli JW., on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing tnlf. bend Georgian a largo platter that's another story. before, the 21 stamps for the paper covered hook, or 31 stamps Locomotor Auxm containing half a dozen Immense for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Takers of tho United States Census sausages and enough potatoes to feod Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D President, liuflalo, N. V. NrvTb.fU dontt. Writ tor Proof. Advlvaktne. a wholo family. When these have will uso Waterman'B Ideal Fountain Pen been disposed of Mr. Adamson pro- because It Is always ready and sure ceeds to attack not less than a dozen When life's all love, 'tis life; aught grlddlo cakes, during the course ol else, 'tis naught. Sidney Lnnlcr, Color msre goods brighter snd lulsf colors thin s which ho dlsposos of a quart, mora othtr die. One 10c pscksgs colors sll fibers. The die In cold water bettor tnansn, other drs. How ts Dit, Bleach snd MU Colors. You ess Sis snj girraint xlthout rlpolnt apart Writs lor Irss coexist MOmQE BRV8 CO., Qulnoy. Illinois, or less, of maple sirup. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Kootlilnu; Nyrup. , rorrblldrea .orlhlna-- tottens the sums, rnlueestn. It's dlUlcult to arouse a man's enDAJuwaUun.iUaf tia,curoi.!auouUo. ZuiaUiUW. thusiasm by showing him a photoOno woman can otlr up moro xvca icxui graph of himself when a baby. hMvllaJ ywrr mfiS VCu biUU, bo lutWejlly, Tb tick r runVCVUE.all othtradlsta a dozen mere men. kvwipajaMMl.l'ktPt fruuiLlTUur tko than k mui posed to bo under tho supervision ol UlifTtUPkU uifO cm. oc on tho blood oftd in ituL (Vinstlnetton ceneee and seriously ecfraTetes should bo .llA.VIKTAINKII.LKltsure ehast sad allfpruisof tho committee on rules. It cannot b many tasin alibouldilar obra nwt kuowo for uonMla fooL HsHBptaHrU loAdTua.ur4UtiniNT. tuAeuiuuJitu tto tv' UoitU nnuoojka cure-by air. tlcauns Ibrnat rarn rou that an anitnrlDg cola disease. It la tbumuh-nlOno bottio HrunuitMd euro oum boltioi I Itadoaaa of druijrgUti ajiil Lrur loomed whether tho committee re- i'lerve'e I'sllele. Tiny euur-uat- d dsMalon. vr awot mt ptvsm pl4 bf srauulea. IhKauae. At all druaslsis la Be.3tean4 Wc bottles. Our f bow lO itaMiltliisi Ikrusitsv BaaE9aMBsSMP IJ pUUlQaUaTturtrtV Cut ported out this rule. AnyUMkUlirtjfjTorthtujr. Uxi Mtnu waaUai, I irjrut ulllwg lEsWsVssP'JHssil lofo rouioJy la Kvery man thinks bo's a superior It's eoslertobreak away than it Is yosvrc RKv way It la supposed to go, Hut what get back Judge of human naturo. CPOHN MIDICAL CO.tCUsvbttasUBdMUtibu. Cohn tndt UtSoiJU Is this? A senator has finished hit to luncheon. Ho glvoa his waiter a bill Tho waiter brings the cbaugo. There Murine Kor Your Kye Troubles. You Will Mc at Your Like Murine. It Soothes. Druggists. Write Kor Kye Books. Freo. Murine Eye llemedy Co., Chicago. LAZY LIVER Patriotism io halftones one-ce- PUTNAM FADELESS DYES COLT DISTEMPER (tfaQsV H cuii WmsWs aHBBkln HBBoK'Kri t. & rssaSl jiUtsu(,--twt4- I . the senatoret- - Jingles and folds his money. Then -- " more is a stamped aduionl- - there is a motion toward the waiter ""lOt tO till Iho .!! V. .1.1. with a deft turn or the senatorial -"'UIH IHml In lin n of u commutes wrist. Who's " KdVerullw.il t tnnlr II ..r n.,,l rule, anyhow? afraid us defy, say th Let iteword to run it. It la sup. wearers of tho togas. vm-atn- - nicuu card of Is n pnuso while tho Benator counts, B9C4Uef Uioao ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. U "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER PRICE, SI.OO, retail. 'i iViViViViViViViViViVi' liiima ilifsfl lli lfc rlirili isMTi desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly be longed to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4 A TON I Qrier's $Zmt WORTH MOUNTAINS FIGHT FOR FORTUNE New England Stirred by Ranch-man'- s Claim to Estate. Daniel Disks Ruiiall of North Dakets Says Ht Is Son and Hair to Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Tlio gleeful laugh of happy children Is the host homo music, and the graceful figures tho bent statuary Wo nr nil kings nml queen In the cm (11 1' ntnl each babo Is n now mar vel. n new miracle Tlio unaffected lamentations when ho lifts up his ! voire on high, or more benutlful, th During Change of Life, sobbing child the face, nil liquid grl as he tries to swallow his vexation Clias. soften nil heart to pity, nnd to mlrtt was passing Granltorlllp, VL fill nnd clamorous compassion. Tin through theChatigeof IJfonnilsurfercd small despot usk so little that all i rum nervousness niulotliernnuoyln reason nnd nil nature Is on h symptoms, nnd f aide. Ills Ignorance la more chnrniltiR can truly mt th.it than nil knowledge, and lils little sins LyillaKlliikhatn's more bewltchlUK thnn virtue, li s VORotnblo Com pound has proved flesh Is angel's flesh nil nllve. OF GOLD Barclay State Senator's $1,006,000 Property. I C says Mrs. "I A Perfect Wife. Your orders nppreciated,whcther large or small. A. A. FARIS To V the Public wish to announce to our friends that we have opened a PLUMBING and TINNING establishment, and solicit your patronage only on the merits of our work, guaranteeing satisfaction or the work don't cost you a cent We guarantee our plumbing to pass City Inspection in every way. Our work is strictly sanitary that's why we are sanitary plumbers. With You And We'll Do Your Work Let Is Figure Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. J. Q. Adams, Manager E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. She Is hnndsomc, but It Is n benu'v arising not from feature, complexion or from shape. She 1ms all three it. a high degree, but It Is not by tin she touches a heart; It Is all that sweetness of temper, benevolence ir. nocuiico nnd sensibility which a fa can express that forms her benn' She has a face that Just raises your attention at first sight; It grows on you every moment and you wonder if did not moro than raise your alt. n Hon at first. Her eyes have a mild light, but they nwe when shn pleasts. they command like n good man on' of office, not by authority but by virtu Her stature Is not tall; shu Is not mado to bo tho admiration of evm body, but tho happiness of one She has all tho firmness that di not excludo delicacy she has all the softness that doea not Implr weakness. Her voice Is a soft, lo music, not formed to rule In public assemblies, but to charm those who can distinguish company from a crowd; It has this advantage you must come close to It to hear It. To describe her body describes her mind one is the transcript of the other her understanding Is not shown to tho variety of matter It exerts I to. If on, but In tho goodness of tbochoie It makes. She does not display It mi touch In saying or doing things a In avoiding such as sho ought not to say or do. No person of so t w years can know tho wQrld butter; no person was never .less corrupted by tho knowledge. Her politeness f'.ow rather froth a natural disposition to oblige than from any rules on tho subject nnd therefore, never falls to strlko tboso who understand good breeding and thoso who do not She has a steady nnd firm mind which takes no more from the delicacy of tho feuialo character than the soliu- Ity of marble does from Its polish and luster. Sho has virtues ns make us value tho truly great of our own sex. She has all tho winning graces that muke us lovo even tho faults wo see In tho ftcak and beau tiful In her. Courtesy In worth mountains of gold to mo, an It restored my health nnd strength. I never forget to tell mr friends what Vegetable Compound has done for mo during this trylntr tc restoration to health means so much to mo that for the sake of other Butter ing women I am willing to make m trouble tnihlto no you mar nuhllsl this letter." Mits. Ciias. IlAitc LAY, It.F.l)..(lranItoville. Vt No other medicine for woman's Ills and un has received such tmalltlcd endorsement Sa other med Iclne we know of has such a record of cures of female Ills ns has I.ydla Ji. rinkham' Vegetable Comtwund. Tor more than SO years it lias been curing femalu complaints such ns inflammation, ulceration, local weaknesses, fibroid tumors. Irregularities. txTlodic pains, backache, Indigestion nnd nervons prostration, and it Is unequalled for carrying women safely inrougn me penou 01 cnango 01 uie. It costs but little to try I.ydla U Hnkhain's Vegetable Compound, and, ns Mrs. BarclavH.tYs.lt Is "worth mountains of jrokl ' to sutlcrlng women. wide-spread LvdlaKHnkh.nn'a lloaton, Mass. All New Knglsnd was excited over the remarkabla casa In Hast Cambrldso court, whero Dun lei lllake Itussell, n westnrn ranch man, sought to i.talill.h his Identity ns the sou of former Btatn Senator JDanlel II. Uuisell ol Melrose, and heir to half tho 11,000,. 000 fortune the senator left to U'li llntn C Itussell, who, tho claimant says. Is his younger brother. There Is a great difference of opln Ion ns to the merits of the case, sum Insisting that Itussell Is an Impostor, trying to oMalu n share of the big estate, while others declare that he la really the son of tho late Senator Itussell, nnd that his brother dare not long-missin- SloanM.inime' Thts liniment t.kM the p!lc. Rive, permanent Proof temporary relief Here'i the " defend his suit Tho In court. developed new and Inter eillng features at overy hearing. The big ranchman from Dickinson, X I)., was Identified by an old sweetheart Hattte May Keith, and bashfully admitted his boyhood liking for her, to tho evident glen of his wife, who wai an Interested listener nnd engaged her husband'a old flame In animated .mil long conversation during part of tilal the day Sloans Liniment pi Mr. J. I . the Home. prayed that nil would be well Krotu first to last her love was the sameIt knew no bounds. With cheers for the right, tears for tho wrong, she was happy lu our Joys, sad In our sorrows and sho washed nwny our r rors In tho flooded rivulets of the soul. Her conscience was her guide and her family her greatest Joy She loved her home more than gilt terlng fashion und sought honor In tho consciousness of doing good. Mid afflictions, trials and suffering years, sho lived for n purpose that we might succeed. Wo loved her ns we lorcd no other and pleasant mem orics cluster around her peaceful grave She Is gone now the kind heart has ceased lu tender murmur Ings and tho voice so full of love and sympathy Is hushed In the ! lenco of tho winding sheet, but float Ing up before lis In the Infinite vast wo seo a form radiant with the spl i dor of noble virtues, pure nnd spot less as tho snow. It U facing tho throne of tbo eternal right and as It draws her to that beautl ful realm, the glittering luster of Heavenly sheen light up the view and wo behold tho sacred form of our laved and loving mother safo at last In the peaceful home of the soul. now-falle- n lawyer Nasnn spent considerable lima questioning Itussell as to how ninny weddings he bad attended as groomimsn prior to leaving tho town or hts birth. Kvrry dctsll of his boyhood In Metro was gone Into, and the plaintiff was always ready with answers, sometimes so ready and so voluminous in uetaii as to confute his questioners. A sensational nplaode .ctcurred In court when lliunell face! Mrs Itoua senn and three grown children from Messina. N Y, who claimed him as son and brother The their long-los- t ranchman was telling the nttomey for William C Itussell, who, although fighting the suit, remained out of the state, how his boyhood home looked, when thir ltdusaeaus cam Into the Lawyer Naaon paused courtroom. t Ut I'tln " b..llM. 4 li.i. 3t , tjV.iI Ut ' Sloan's Liniment has no equal as remedy for Kheu-matis- Neuralgia or any pam or stiffness in the muclcs or Jo:- - ts. t..k i'i in. . , Dr. Ear! S. Slug, Mm., USA, 11!" Wc arc Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Companies in I lickmnn They are ccTpjr ft hat Un been here lor gtt than aryctj-e- r. Is your pr pert, mroftd? It is too late hcn the shits sounds to th.rlccf a peer Do it NOW K. T. 1YLTK, Agent SHAKE IT OFF. O dens. A Hickman Citlien thm You How. n A Significant Fact Go to any dealer in second- hand machines and ask for an UNDERWOOD ; STANDARD for a day. If one would bo a successful host ooo should bo a successful parent or brother or sister, and courtesy Is an Inevitable requisite In both cases. The homo llfo is u training for tho larger llfo in which we meet other men and discuss other Interests. If at home wo learn to say "thank you," aiid mean it wo will not forget to say it to others at the proper time. Mother. is to bo regretted that Individual Mott's Nervine Pills courtesy In tho household is at so Daniel Blahs Ruasell. The great nerve and brain treat low an ebb. We treat our guests raent for men and women, produces Suddenly he pointed at Mrs, Kousseau with fuvor And bestow upon them u cry mark of polite attention, but tho strength and Vitality, builds up the nnd aakod sharply: "Now, I aak you, Is not this lady mluuto they aro out of the bouse system and renows tho normal vigor hero your mother?" wo slip back luto tbo old ruts, and For sale by. druggists or by mall, II Huaaell regarded the woman caretreat thoso about us with au Indif per box, S boxes for &. Hickman fully and replied: "No, sir," apparDrug Co., Incorporated. ference that borders on contempt. ently without the least hesitation or Not that this Is Intentional, rather It effort In turn, he specifically denied any relationship to the others of th la tho result of carelessness, a fatluro Kousseau family. to realize that "tho polite attentions, "Did you receive a lock of hair from "the little things," count bo much to this woman?" asked counsel. those wo lovo as to some outsider "Not as I know of,M snswered Ilus who becomes a member of a family sell. "I don't know who sent It to It Don't bear um.cts-canary. turJca. Oct rid of them Doan'a Kidney Pills euro M tit - . t . .1 , h Cure every form of kjdncy Lots of local indorse Beat to P this. Hueo Pcthe. of MV rf - Can't Work TYPEWRITER When vou feel that vnu can hardly drag through your daily work, and are tired, discouraged and miserable, fake Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health. Not bv dnnlnir with strong drugs, but by the genue, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs i Hickman, Ky., saya too much lu fa.or of Doani Vnr uniiiu 1.EB I uit Pill me" backache and often u fcit w " At the suggestion of tho defense the knlfo were bums tbru-- t into claimant drew a map of the floor plan ... ... ilV and I i via.. of the house where he claims he was ueuu uciu'u Hia,.ii fan arrouiit K i.. .n a a THE Try the Courier's Want There Is ono form sacred In mem EM He will tell you that the Underwood will cott you more than any other orys' gallery, ono faco which time can machine In hi shop never erase. It Is that of our mother, Because the Underwoods that come to him even after months of the dear, gentle, compassionate moth- Take wear are In almost perfect condition and as serviceable as new machines. er who loved us uro we knew what He will tell you too, that he can sell more Underwoods than ho can buy. love was, and taught us tlio right Every general dealer In Typewriters knows that the Underwood will ero wo knew the wrong Sho sung The Woman's Tonic stand the wear and tear of every day business use better than any oth- us to Hleep In the innocence of childer machine on the market. Mrs. L N. Nicholson, hood and awoke us with loving klsseu of Shook, Mb., writes: on tho bright mornings of long ugo, Let us show you the reason for this and Before I began to take Her oyes beumed with Joy as she you wll see why the Underwood Is Cardui, I was- - unable to blessed uu at life's dawning and uu any worK. i nave Hlioko a tender farewell us tho llfoYou Will Eventually Buy." "The taken 5 bottles and have nun went down. Sho watched us to Improved very muclu I school In the uumiuer nun and taught UNDERWOOD CO. can do the. most of my lu our lesson by the wln'ry fireside iiuusewurK now. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE From ohlldhood's morn to manhood's "I can't say too much hour she was over at hand to sootho for Cardui, it lias done so and console and when at last wo much for me." must go forth from tho old homo and Your druonM Bulla Por fireside, how tenderly uud affoctloii-utel- y aul Get a bottle today. she caressed us und kissed us Column- -lc goodbye thuu waited and hoped uud It was Incorrect Investigation estab- lalns tbroufib m ,c ai lished that Mr. Nsson was going fay BUU I ULIUIlsl ...kr., fir.ifur.O IB it. "VIW .. the house as It exists now, while Itus generally accomian d U sell had glvon correctly Its sousatlon Ju pas-- proportions and arrangement lv mlaerublo and fts dt:cou . . 1,4 n't h -utur- svuLiitit,.p r, it. r uncn !"' UoukIh ,0 ney Pills werPILESI PILESI Hon. I urocur u s toi t Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will MILnn's DrUB h'l C W cure Illind, Weeding and Itching Piles ihI mo loatantlv I an i...M.,f Hint irt it absorbs the tumors, allsra Itchlnr .i at occu, acta as a poultice, gives In Is being toned up ar J f stant relief. Williams' Plls Ointment ...i.. i.v oil ikari l'fct ' is prepared for Plleg and Itchlug of . . ..... in fosicr-fliiiuuithe private parte. Sold by druggists solo agents for Zi mall SOo and SI. Williams' Mfg. Co., i,nr 1,."i uam (VUlUVUifv. Props., Clevoland, Ohio. tako no. other. . old-tlrv-u born Lawyer Nsson protested that -- Jhm t i- -- O Tho Courier's "Want Column" is rr.ii,nnu- . our grocery lli(.uvsure to find you a buyer. Costa lc Old JW""" No. J8-- tue for each word. Try It delivered. O . Machine - TYPEWRITER Inc. WJLLIAM8' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected, your kldnoyst wwwfTTTTTTVVTf"-nSJ WHY NOT - tut" per word Have you overworked your norvous YASTHMA REMEDsystem and caused trouble with your ..i. ,.11(1 kidneys and bladder? Have you pain pou Gives prompt snd In lolus, sldo, back, groins and blad v. wrv case. bia "' " der T Have you a flabby appearance price II. Trlsl eyes of tho face, especially under tbo ....... fir... Propi. v" Too frequent a desire to paiis urine? If no, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you at Dnmlst, Prtas) Me. popham'a ..... Iliiil