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The Courier lhas a Spankln' Good foam, Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HO. VOMJMB PAPRR 1H WESTERN ni lERTUOIT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1910. WHOLE I0.84OB ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 1NSI) jPracti Fashions LA0IE8' SHIRT WAIST. AFTER With n blinding flash and n crash that shuok all houses for tulles nroiin a meteor fell nt Arat, 8. (! , one night last week, frightening tho people for tulles around so bndly Unit until morn lug no one dared to Investigate tho cause of the disturbance. On vlf.it-Inthe place In tho morning n hole about CO feet deep n found In the ground and excavation has begun In search of the meteor. The shook wrecked one homo and J.trred many others. g - THOUGHTS With a bank account of 1250,000 and owning sovcral blua grass farms, W. M. Cold, had been working as a farm hand for his board near Amarll-lo- , Texas. Ha died Monday when It was discovered that ho had deposits In various banks of a quarter of a million dollars. Ills body was ship-po- d lo Benton, Ky., for interment. Tho pork can provo an alibi from get in Hickman. O A Detroit preacher says "hell is full ot waists." If tho waists are full of pretty girls immigration to tho warm climato will lose Its terrors. peek-a-bo- DAILY DIET HINTS Br DR. "A3 A T. J. ALLEU Food SpecUBit. MAN EATS SO HC On Many Bittefont Subjects K. 8. linker, of Jackson, Tenn., will A Hickman gentlcmnn observes prerxh at Mt Ilermon next Friday thut It bents anything how a girl nlKht. Everybody Invited. lvhoso stockings fit her well Is nevO er afraid of a hammock thnt bucks like a bronco. Don't forget tho annual convention of the Fulton County Sundny 8chool Association will be hold May 12th at' gAt last a now walk has been built Cnyco In tho Mcthodlit church. south of tho wagon factory. It's betO ter late than never. Property damngo of about 130,000 tvns dono nt Columbia, Tenn., by a cyclone nt an early hour Friday morn- i'iun pulling his handkerchief from ing. Heavy rainfall accompanied tho lite pocket to wavo at somo girls, a O wind and contents of unroofed hous- Chicago man lost n $1,000 bill. Hut Dr. Ixiti Naylor, one of our gooJ es suffered severely. Main street Hickman boys need not "cut It out" Onvco friends, ns a caller nt this was left n tangled mass of wires, fCdrlng tho same thing might happen offlco Friday. tj? them. roofing and other debris. O O THINKS." While "the mind It the measure of the man" always, the body la the measure of the mind, too. They are reciprocal. It cannot be denied, even by the most enthusiastic advocates of the proposition, "mind Is all," that a broken arm or a disordered liver interferes with mental action. That th body rules the mind, In this 'stage of existence, la Just as true as that the mind rules the body. The Importance of right mental attitude la not underestimated by laying that physical development determines spiritual manifestation. Even Ole Bull could not produce Stradlvarlan mualc on a fiddle. The body Is built from blood and that la made from food. The best material will not mie a good houie without good builder 1, working Intelligently, skillfully, according to a plan, wisely designed by a skillful architect. The material must be on hand when needed and all muit work harmonlouily. To eat right is no less Important than to think right, for true as It la that aa a man thinks so he be--, comet, It la equally true that aa a man eats so he thinks. d tho sausage you .1 J. B. Mnylor orders bis paper chang ed to Greenfield, Tenn., where he nnd his wife will mnke their future home. J. V.. In now deputy head consul for the M. W. A. "Olbion" li one of the favorite) rood-tillrt When It cloiei at of this tprlng, lit tick ii does the one here shown. It oSff 1 fir.e notabilities for decoration l'h braiding or hind embroidery. TtU particular deUn lupplles two itflei cf ileevei, bluhop onei of fullneu complied with gauntlot ones; both bo est. nd ut in n lenatn, uniy unite puns Linen, duck, itpetr at the back, ctitu, emu, lawn, cottoo, poplin, i:tj telling or lummer illk max alio U uied The pattern la In Ave iltea, II to 4! Inchei butt rneaaure. For It bsit tbe ihlrt watit requires 2H Alloted ftM i'attrrn No. Tbe 3227, t All 8eams double-plai- me-fla- doie-IUtln- It pays to advertise soap, sarsn- parllln nnd randy, It certainly does fpay to advertise nod nnd the church, according to the doctrine of Hev. C. II. Iluhbell, of the I'roteitnnt Mctlio- ollit church In Ibiltlmore. Tills la being dono In mnny of the largo cities and even Cairo, Ills., I using a pago advertisement In tho local paper for thu Sunday Schools. It's cab driver encouraged tho policeman's Ambitions nnd succeeded In knocking out three of his front teeth, where A political quarrel of threo years upon the policeman again Joined tho standing terminated In n tragedy last pollro force and arrested tho cab Tuesday afternoon, when Claudo.D, driver. liny, editor of the Morehouse Hustler, shot nnd killed Dr. I V. Hart, Maycc rAn alleged "funeral trust" Is tho of Morehouse, on tho main thoroughfare of tho town. newest thing In Cincinnati. of 84. An Oklahoma City policeman got Mtnn. Talon, the last descendant of Into a dispute with a cab driver nnd Amerigo Vespucci, the explorer Ur whom America was named, died at offered to tako off his star, lny down Florence, Italy, on Monday nt tho ago his club and fight ns a citizen. Tho , O ut Hickman husbands who wander lato at night now have the best excuse In the world to offer. It is only in tbe small hours of tbe .morning that the strange comet from a strange land Is visible on this continent, dentlemcn riding home with the delivery boy these mornings hnvo tho best imaglnablo explanation. Scientific study Is always commendable. e Halley's best may this way again soon. Just tell her you attend- (Copyright. 1K0, by Joioph I. Llowlen.j ed n comet party. All carbonated beverages are betO ter and more wholesome than A gentleman is a gentleman. A drinks; but PEPSOLINE party is a man who gets his hair cut la the b:it of all. Try It, on Saturday night, not-com- jvit of material SC Inchea wide. When an automobile overtaken you, the law requires you to pull out to tho right nnd let tho automobile pass on the left. 50. S227. 1 IIZB. .. ,. NAVE..... TOWN The postofflco department has re cently requested that the' patrons of rural routes paint (heir mall boxes while. Circuit court convenes in .Hickman, May 2nd one week from next Monday. Judgo John Feland, of Hopkins-vlllwill probably preside. In tho ot Judge Dugg, who Is In Texas e, ITREET AND NO RATE.. Conitwlie Htrnmer "Uttr ot St. Ixmli" launcned at Newport Newi, V lnt week. guarantee all plumbing and tin- I do. If tho work don'l corao aright -- and I can't you JM ft, ........ . 1 J ml J I I tlcc out-tal- k 1 hrt like any other plumbor. Cotton. BLAZE AT COLUMBUS. river city of Co- blaze Wednesday IV Tht' old frnino building on tho or !x tide of Itouii street near tho "i-- r lank wa tho dry tinder that H t- - flames. It ua not curtain r the flames started In Tom 1 printing offlco or Thomp-o- a 1 eup both of which worn In tho km lng When first discovered, tho fire hid gained auch headway that "tli r.g lould bo dono to savo tho Th" old building which waa 4 lT 11 s Oar igtiborlng tamian had a big c nrHERE'LL be something doing af- in this store that you can't ford to miss, something that will ap- destroy. deitructlvo flro which swept business district of Colutn-tt- t n located on Front street, ft waa owned by II, T. ftempron, who hnd hi blacksmith d teatisino shops In thu west end "' liuo Tom Jordan occupied one rooai. and W. W. Yarrlngton had a 'loe rbnp )n tho other. Tho loan Mis on Mr. Thompson, as na"l plant and car-rno insurance. Ilia loss Is estl- ttf,d nf frm tir.nn , fAAA Tom Jordan carried $000 Iniuraneo h"1 Printing office. Wo havo not lemd whether ho Intends to buy ,0V t plant, but likely ho will not, U paper had only been Issued 0ls t "it, after a susponslou of sov-- 1 tks hr fh iffr built la tho sumuiur of 1870 late Dr J. M. Jackson, oon peal to every housekeeper who uses One ot thco Courier's good friends thinks we are wrong In endorsing the Fiscal Court and other cltiezns lit tho new gravel road movement for Fulton county. He objects to tho plan n& outlined because he does not O live un the road to be graveled ana Tho Kodak season is here. A big wilt bu forced to pay his share of lino at from $1 up. Holm & Ellison. tho t.x to be levied for road work. Ho thinks It is "class legislation,' and says the proposition will bo fought by a number who oppose it. Let this be as It may, the Courier believe in good roads. It is Impossible howover to give everybody good roads at the same time, and wo believe tho present plan will do tho most good for the greatest majority ot citizens of the county. As tho county is bearing only about halt of the expense, the taxpayer should not have a very big kick coming. Building the gravel roads will be In a measure- - like building the courthouse. It is told that a certain good citizen ot the county, who was opposed to building tho courthouse, came In one day to pay his taxes. While at the court house ho asked Judge Kearby when he was going to put on tho tax to pay for the blamed court bouse. His feathers fell, when the Judge answered "You fool, tho court house is already paid for every cent of it." The man didn't know that he paid hla part ot it, but was greatly ppposed to the increase of taxes for that purpose. The gravel roads tax will work out nbout the samee way. O ,4 brown sheeting. KSSf truuniet Just to start a little extra business we are going to offer you Hoosier 4-- 4 Brown Sheeting, the best made, UB4tB Carriages For Sale CHEAP. Because we are now using Automobile Taxi-cab- s to take care of the traveling public, we will sell our remaining 16 Landaus, 3 Broughams, 1 Victoria, 19 sets Carriage Harness at sacrifice prices for which write 8T. LOUIS TRANSFER CO., St Louis Mo. 433c O REO at Helm & Ellison's. t BOjfD SMISIOI THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... t M) LAUNDRY A- T- Best for Investment Best for Homes Bradley & Parham's THIS PRICE CASH In the growing end of town. Lots and houses for sale on easy terms. Houses for rent. Opportunity does not wait for man, you swing on as it passes by. Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon BestWork Lowest Prices SMITH & AMBERG t II See me at the Oil Mill Office DO IT NOW RUSSELL JOHNSON t 11 T ' THE HICKMAN srEBR and COURIER BUILD (3 2 BATTLESHIPS HUMAN NATURE IKS.) "Csrsrs Wtdira Ksntackr tike tht Dw" DEMOCRATS W. 0. r 3. C. SEXTON, VOTE FOR AND 31 REPUBLICANS AGAINST. 1 (Copyright. Fws and Merctt CUntoa Street, Hickman, Kentnckj. Bank Editors and Proprietors. .fs.vsl Bill Carries $128,037,603, or $3,- 000,000 Ltss Than Asked Hobsoo Wanted Three Battleship. vole of ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IX ADVAKCB. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASls . That we offer to depositors. OUier !ndocomwit are of wcondary Importance, Intered'at tha Hickman, Kentucky, foatofflc. M lecond-cla- mall matter, DRUNK WITH RED-FACE- POWER SENATOR LA. FOLLETTE SAYS U0 DULLY. CAN 13 A Declares Mcllen and Ityrnes Are Wut ftcgapbones Rtpcatlng Morgan's Orders. to the considWashington. eration of the ndininMrntlon railroad bill, tl.e merftr of the Ilostoy, ami Malno railroad with the New York, New Ilaven and JIartford railroad, tliroiijjli thei railroad holding law, enaried by tha legislature in 1'JOO, wan discussed al length in the peltate Monday. The principal speech, attacking the eon tolidation in unstinted language, was made by Senator La Follette and consumed the larger part of the day's illuMnsJ-rhuset- Inlntal ts practically; chared Mr that (he enactment had "been consummated n the result of the dictation of President Mellen, of the New Haven road, who, ho Intimated, represented the interest', lie quoted from a member pf the Massachusetts legislature a statement to the elTect that Governor Draper has disposed to an Ultimatnm from tho New Haven interests, He undertook to show that the federal merger .uit, which had been instituted during the Roosevelt administration Iiad been dismissed at the-- dictation Wickershani, under of Attorney-Genera- l the Taft administration, for the inadequate reason that the Massachusetts legislature had passed the holding bill under which the consolidation was effected. "Think of itr" Mr. La Follette shouted. "This great ease, involving the transportation of New England and all the people of the country engaged in trade with New England, after ebven months of preparation and successful prosecution on the part of the povVrmncnt, reached a stage when! tho delVrnUiits ure compelled to take tfie tand n'hd make their showing, and then, likeaVtlfumlerbolt from a clear aky, comes the, order from Washington: 'Dismiss the government's case.'" Mr. La FolleUe asserted at the behest of the New Ilaven Company that Massachusetts hail undertaken to repeal a federal law and license an "act which cotv gress had declared to bd a crime agalnft. the people. "And," 'he said, "the attorney-generathe highest law officer of the federal government, sworn to preserve, protect and defend the constitution and enforce the laws of congress, gives his official approval of this legislative compact- - between the New Haven Company and the Massachusetts legislature to nullify the law of congress, and declares that it exHas expressly authorizes pressly forbidden. "If tho door of the federal court may thus be closed in the face of a wronged and outraged public by the attorney-genera- l of the United States, then the law becomes a black art and justice a mere juggler's pawli." Sixakiug of President Mcllen and Yira President Ilyrne of the New York, New Haven mid Hartford railroad, Senator La Follette said: "The mask is oft". We have all of lis done injustice to Mr. Mullen gross injustice. Nor is Mr. llyrne, in his private capacity or in nny capacity except as a corporation employe, the truculent braggart that he seems in the press reports of the railroad hearings. "Itoth of these men and others oi their kind are but hired megaphone through which a beefy, financial bully, drunk with wealth and power, bawls his orderji to stock markets, directors, courfs, governments and nations. "We have bceh listening 'to Mr. Jfor gan." La Toilette Morgan-lSockefelll, thick-necked sion. PINCHOT SEES ROOSEVELT Former Fort iter Completes Case Against Ballingcr. Torto Maurizio. Clifford Pinchot, former chief forester of tho United States department of. agriculture, was1 again with former President ltoosevelt Monday. Despite the reticence of both men, it is accepted as a mutter of course that .Mr. Roosevelt is in possession now of Piuchot'a complete1 ease ugalnst Secretary Uallfiiger conservation" policy and of what lian been described hero as un "alleged reactionary tendency" in forestry matters of tho administration of President Tnft. Most significant was the announcement made at tho cud of Plnchot's visit today that Mr. Roosevelt hail accepted an invitation from tho former chiuf forester to uddri'ss the national conservation congress Into this summer at a timu and place to bo fixed. Washington. Hy a decisive to 110, the house Friday authorlred the construction of two battleships to Dem cost $i,000,000 each. Thirty-Hir- e and ocrats voted for two Utltlcsbips twenty-fou- r Republicans against the taken just proposition. This action prior to the aswgc of the naval appropriation hill, carrying $128,0:17,002. This amount is about $3,000,080 less than was recommended by the navy i.cpatt-incut- . In addition to the battleships, the bill also provide for the conrtructlun of two fleet colliers and four submarine boats. As amended on motion of Mr. Fitz gerald of New York, the two battleships and two licet millers must Ixj constructed by firms operating under the eight-hou- r law. The committee mi naval n (lairs had reported in favor of authorizing two battleships. Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, chairman of the appropriations rommlt- - GANNON DEFIES HOUSE tce, offered an amendment providing for only one battleship, while Mr. lloWn WILL HOLD CHAIR UNLESS INSUR promised an nnirmlmriit pruviding for GENTS JOIN DEMOCRATS. three. Mr. Hobson contended that tnree battleships would give no increase hut would provide only for the ordinary de- Auto Is Not Allowed Him Mann Brands preciation in the naval force. Hy an al tction of the House as Child's Play. most unanimous vote the house rejected this proposition. Washington. Speaker Cannon again ibowed his teeth In anger and definnce. rOSS FLOWERS AT THEODORE to the house when a combination of and Democrats defeated the Gcstcit Day at Porto Maurizio Slnct protiion in the legislative bill approAusuitus' Tune. priating $2,300 for the maintenance of When the Porto Maurizio, Italy. the sjwaker'a automobile. Roosevelt Sunday opened the new boule- vote of 111 to 132 was announced, the vard, which has been named after him, ipcakcr took the floor and defied the and accepted honorary citizenship of the 'insurgents'' to depose him from the ancient and historic city of Porto Mau rizio. According to those who have long hair. With a resounding whark on the table memories, never before have local, political, religious and all other differences he declared )Unlea the Republicans who been so completely obliterated as upon do not approve of the personality of this occasion. their speaker have the courage to join The carriage containing Mr. and Mrs. the solid minority, I remain speaker unRoosevelt and the mayor wk pelted with til March 4 next"" Mr. Sims of Tennessee was among th nosegays tied with ribbons bearing the wonls "Long Live Roosevelt, as thev leaders in opposing the appropriation traversed the cheering town, until it was for automobiles for the speaker and the vice president, declaring it 'cost $20 daily overflowing with flowers. A stone, bearing the name of the to bring the speaker or the vice presi street, "Vlalle Theodore Roosevelt," was dent to the nipitoL W ith intense interest the roll rail was then unveiled and Mr. Roosevelt broke thn flower chain which was stretched istcned to, in order to determine how the across the driveway and amid a new out- Insurgents were voting, as it was real-.ze- d their attitude would settle the out- burst of "vivas' led Mrs. Roosevelt up the drive to the hotel. There the mayor, rome. The result was soon foreseen, and in a flattering speech, told how proud the announcement provoked assent on the municipality was to confer citizen- - the Democratic side. Then Mr. Mann of Illinois arose and in hip upon the great "Apostle of Peace." sarcastic tunes declared that "this la ' mere chll"s play." REDUCED RATES PULLMAN If this Is Democratic leadership," Mr. Mann added, "1 hope to be d slivered Commerce Commission Will Have Thanks ti it in the future." You will," rarac from a score of Dem of People. ocratic members. Washington. The interstatn com Minority Leader Champ Clark pave the merce commission in a derision holds it house a statement of bis purpose to work to bo "unjust and unreavmable' for the for economy, whether that was denomiPullman Company to charge equally for nated "child's play" or anything else. the upper and loner berths in its sleep"If we ever get possession of the go- ing ears. Differential charges are or ernmcnt," he said, addressing his Demo dered in several instanres and Pullman colleagues, "1 propose to make rates from Chicago to the Pacific coast cratic Senator Aldrirh s declaration that good are ordered reduced. this government can be run for $300,000,-00The commission mini that the present less per year than it nuw costs." Pullman rate of $12 from St. Paul to the Pacific coast was too high and ordered LAND FOR MANEUVERS it reduced to $10.' The present rate of J12 for nn upper berth is ordered re duced to $3.50. Representative Byrns Has Rill Author A short night's journey, the commis izing Federal Acceptance. sion holds, should not carry a rato of Washington. A resolution introduced mort) than SIJ0 for a lower berth uud by Representative Hyms of Truiicssrr The rate of $2 authorizes the secretary of war to ac$1.10 for an uppr. which the company has maintained from cept for the government the donation St. Paul to Fargo, N. I)., IMS miles, is of land in the department of the irilf ordered reduced accordingly. to be used for maneuvering ground i Instates eomosing (he department of the Macon After Reunion. gulf and named in the resolution are Ga. Confederate Veterans, tlu Macon, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ala Chamber of Commerce and the city eoun bama, Georgia, Florida and the Carol inas. cil will make an orgunizM effort to e The resolution is signiflcaiit. Mr. Ilyrus euro the general Confederate reunion of declined to discuss in detail at provu', 1U11 for Macon. Delegations from these but there r.re some reasons to brheie bodies will bo at the Mobile reunion this Telinessn parties plan to dou.-.t- e tit the month to extend the invitation. The government land to be used as maneu general reunion has never been held but vering grounds and suitable fcr tnrgtt one time in Georgia, when the veterans practice. met in Atlanta in 1898. 1B2 f- Upon this Gunraatee we Solicit Your Patronage, H. BUCHANAN, Pmltlest J. A. TMOiPSON, Cashl.rT H. Duehanan, 3. 3, 0. T. A. U4nl. DIRECTORS Boadurant, O. D. ThrelkslJ H. H. 7. la., sfgiSjWS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAYTO TRANSFER MONEY KILLED LEAVING PULPIT FANATIC SHOOTS EDITOR ASSASSIN MAKES ESCAPE Victim Was in Act of Shaking Assassin's Hand When KU!d Congregation Fled to Shelter. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE m RATES APPLY TI IMAJ. CUMIERUNO TELEPHONE ft ...OURSTIOK IS HANAflEI TELEGRAPH CO. IIMPIETEINI... Pitlibure. Pa. A sermon on martyr dom, in which Frank Skala, an editor and prominent mission worker, had de ehued hlmxdf willing to lay down his life for the Christian cause, was followed by his asisssinatlon In a highly manner and by the shooting down also of a fellow church leader, John Gsy. Arm in arm, the two missionaries were leaving the little Congregational church A ragped! in Woods Run, a iilbuib. dressed and rollnrlest man poked Ids way through the crowd, and when he was hut a step behind the leaders he pressed n revolver to Skala's head and Say, who fired twice. Skala fell dead, threw up his right hand as If to ward off the weapon, was struck III the thumb and a second bullet was buried In his head. He felt unconscious across the body of his colleague. lor a moment for several nvanente the assassin stood over his prey in amazement at his deed, flourishing his crowd revolver while the fled to shelter. The madman was Jan Radowiteh, a rliaracter known to most of the mission for his shiftless habits, slovenly dress and radical opinions. A moment before he had meekly read from juvenile leaflets in the Sunday school ted by Skala t previously he had sat in a bark pew of the i Lurch during the regular sermon, and at the commencement of the services Skala had shaken hi hand in greeting. The ehureh people were too frightenesl to grab the assassin, and after flourishing his weapon and stamping his foot on the bodies, be mado off down (he railroad tracks and disappeared. None of the rhurch workrrs believe there was any method In Radowiteh' madness. He was a man who had lived at the Salvation Army barracks and as a charitable parasite elsewhere, but was always at varianee with the teachings of his Christian leaders. It is doubtful if he bad ever seen Skala before today. sent-tional panie-tricke- n -- Absolutely THE BEST- Products. Hclnzs Varieties of Pure Food GU ob mr Ul.pboe. u. h.n nilllonaire Canned Goods. OROCEniES, TRZSU UEATl Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Telephone C. j 3 Deliveries, Ledford&Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS STABUBtlED l&U. (Steceisor to TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. Ramsjs, dscissL) aa ilarble and CURBING, Granite rionuments kind., tllCKriAN, STONB WORK f all IRON FENCIN0. 1 1 t KENTUCKY A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends AT i ADVERTISING PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLAiuc ExraniMnrr Osr tstts tre rljht they let people Vnow yonr JH TJIIS Lauderdale's Jf Bsst In nickrasx IlotsnJocll bathsf elsclrlo lights sdJ fsai, faydravllc chairs and for comfort. Tonsorial Parlors FEARED HARM TO ROOSEVELT Fanatic Arrested, but No Wetponi Were Found on Him. coodi and prices are right. Hun a series of sis. in this paper. If lesulls show, .'srjthlaf Ky. Porto Mauricio, Italy The Italian secret service police, who are guarding Miss Carew's villa, where the Roosevelt are stopping, aueited nil Italian named who, ujoii the pretext that he was carrying a letter from a correspondent, endeavored to force hi way Into the other conditions belnc eo,uat, speak to v.a about a year's rontiact 8 3 S Glluton Street, Hickman, K.xt door to Jodss' Cats. TllAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY Firm Hand a Mirer. Amarillo, Tex. With u bank account ef $230,000 and owning several bins grass farinr, William M. Hold, who has worked o:i a farm near here for ):t board, Is dead. TJiu remains have been sTiipjKxl to Kenton, Ky., for Interment (old had lived in the panhandlo ouutry for several years uud though he has loaned money, people thought he was a man of small mans. Since his death St has dfvsloful that he had deposits ol ' a quarter of a million dollars- villa. The nun was searched, but no weapon were found on him. Immediately wild rumor were spread In Porto Mauirzio thaj the prisoner had followed Colonel ItrOir II from Naples with no friendly intentions, . Magnguo explained that he desired to have audiem-- with Roosevelt in order to get a job as valet when he became presGAMBLED THAW'S MONEY Taft Gets Even Break. ident again. A letter written In EngCambridge, Mass. With two blanks This Is What Proioner Charges Against lish found on Magagno bears out this 300 members of the Harvard Lawstatement. The police then wired to Hartridge. School broke even in a straw vote cast llologna to ascertain If the man has a New York. Harry K. Thaw, looking police record. They believe he under the supervision of the Harvard Po is depale and nervous, took thu witness stand mented or a harmless crank litical Club on the question; similar to Monday in tho trial of the suit brought those who annoyed "Resolved, That the record of the Mr. Roosevelt dur present administration for the past year by Clifford W. Hartrldgu against Mrs. lug his tenancy of the Whlto House. .Mary Copley Thaw for $93,000 for legal would not justify the of Presservices. Thaw gave his testimony in ident Taft." Chicago Loans Scaffold. The vote stood 14'J to H9. Divided an indistinct uud disconuectej maimer. Ho said ho never had authorized Mr. Chicago. Chicago loallvd to 1 took ford, by parties, it was a follows; Republi l money on women in 111., a which was built u quurter cans lor Malt 120, against J 'J; Democrats Uartirdge to order to silence them. Up to December, of u century ago and on whidi forty-onfor tuft 0, ugajnst 05. 1DU0, J Haw saw lie paid $37,000 to Mr. persons havo expiated their crimes, Hartrldge. the elder Mayor Harrison' asHailstorm in Texas. Thaw saldt sassin, th Haymarket anarchists and the Dallas, Tex. Tho most severe hau "In October, 1000. I heard that Hart- - car barn bandit. The scaffold will be and rain storm that has visited Dallas ridge wus gambling with my money and used at Itoekfurd for the execution of in thirty year prevailed Monday, caus- had lost $11,000 ut roulette." Clinton St. Clair. ing damage estimated at $100,000, Protest on Butter Price. Bull Brought $10,000. Veto Disfranchisement Rill. Elgin, HI. The price of butter at 32 111. One Aurora, shorthorn bull cents a iwuud, as fixed by the quotation biotiylit v I (i.ooo In cold Annapolis, Md. Gov. Outliers a eiish ut the sale nouncrs that ho will withhold his up- committee of thi Elgin Hoard of Trade, 'of Thomas Stanton' blooded herd of proval from the Digges bill for tho ills was forced tOwu to 31 rents Monday. rattlu nt William George' sllrookliuu negro voters, hut that The lower price, is said to hale been farm near hero franchinrmciit of Saturday. The ball is he will upprove the amendment to the caused by tho voting of fifteen Chieugo now thrco year old. Thu animal that couktitlitlon to Ihi submitted to thn peo commission men, all member of tho btought tho price ple next year, umler wlilrli, If upproed, board, who went to Elgin to protest was bought in Scnthiud last year nsgroes will not be to vote un- uguinst tho 32i'ent late. by Stanton for $3,000. Ho is of the less they own property assessed ut $500. low to thu ground type, standing but 13,000 Are Starving. New York. That 1 2,000 persons uro 13 hand. Rery inch of the grrut aid Gtts Submzrine Record. starving In Armenia, fs the statement mal Is bono and sinew, hu weighing gvi Chcibourg--ThFrench submarine made in u rablcgram received by tin a ton. His last tlmo on tho scales hi oo.it A'entoz vstubllshed a recoid by tlppgr 2,300 pounds. American ItelM Association, Ungating at a depth of 113 feet. six-iue record-bunkin- LAND I'asli Book Store FOR SALE ii.vrriM,iu.krT s.i.) Splendid Selection ... 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I' inapt WV JTIXJULI lllU W. caa at e.7dlhslcl..iK Iiry Memphis Directory IT W BULK Write lor utw BUYtlin rferywhere.SEEDS iMD .,rir II 114344 I. IirrilA ilaliiMfeet, IV i. t no HAS A Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered from All Ports nf the State. WILL GO THE LIMIT. And Would Rerjaln HI Freedom to Be LCQlslature Investigation To Be Thor. a Missionary In MounUlni. ouflh and Complete. Frankfort, Ky. Alleging that ho Frankfort, Ky. All of tho time hiis bcCOmo UiOrflUttliltr Phrltlrin!i.i! anil doilrlng nn opportunity to return necessary to Inrcstlcate the alleged bribery charges made by Senator Jeff wio monntams or Eastern Kentucky n miss'onary. Curti, jmi Hm mur. Wntkln during tho session of legislature this city, if rcr of Janus II. Mnrctim nnd James grandInJury now wilt be given to tho In session here. This lockrcll, serving two llvo sentences in uio penitentiary for thesa crimen, statement was mado by Circuit Judijo mftlo hol'ttnn to lliir nrtsrtrr mrtiml. It. L. 8tout when tho question w'a tlort for a parole. The petition waa osked hun how far tho grand jury presented by G. It. Hudson, pator of would go Into the investigation. Errry the Chrlstlnn church. Thomas Whites statement' that waa mado by tho rep roomer also ra.iiio n petition for the resentatives and senators nnd lobby Ists during tho srwBlon, every publi iroio or tills noted prisoner. Whlto Jett Worn Imth Hunt tn Hi., ie.nl. cation In the newspapers, will, be In triltlnry far llfn fnr tin. mttr.tnr nf vestigated, and It Is understood that tho Investigation will tako up tht en- Marctim. nn t Tr.lt urn ....... ...... art r' onother life nentenco for the tnurdor Ire month of April. CommonwealtVs Of Cockrnlt. Jltl lin. Trtml n unn. Attorney IVan Id In has !een onejofft'io derful lnllucflctv,r7lthln tho prlon and incsi icancw. prosecutors in me swo n tho iast, and, knowing this, the 'ob-" "ow iu(iiouiy unaeayonng to ctn-er- t Sen hln coiuln, llcacli llargla, who byltn are saM to bo worried. ! said ins nrnt to thn nonllnnllnrv fnr mur. ntor Prlcliard, ot Ashland, who to have been given valuable Informs' during Mi father, Jnmes UtirsU. tlon during tho session. Is to be J'HU' raonod before tlio grvnd Jury. RACING COMMISSION 1(1 PATTERSON PARDONS COOPER PrnmnMv Prporl hv the QoVCMlOr AltCf MS CUSC ' tllll mj ajajww "J by the Supreme Court of Had Btcti Affirmed Tennessee Robin Cooper Gets New Trial " FAMOUS MCTOtrS PRESCRIPTION. ttMlMNT. Memphis, tr-nn- . Hlnn't luilmt If cahitra, rum 11.00 to fSW, Karrlf to., III Callage JETT run wfthl to liapftift IS CHRISTIANIZED lfcrfrrllairatrl fUiof,UtUwoi. bow. kodaks: l'oi4 mtfir ctiaiocaa. pld. Wait lUn4 "ki , Write lot for ,IU, upplltt Iw, Jones Bros. & Co. ml Cilt!iM fli.olTsM. ,',ntun. . t'i- - full iimm and Tl Cotton Wo Blow MooSnf. 411 nw work t-. fc "f" Memphis Umbrtlla Go. l' Ist'er rjgrkCC -- 134 Noath MnlnMrwl ,rt t roiif I mbrrlla llh a TslTHs nn1il4 A fltl l.rli '" rsrssul.iUKS. LEATHER & SHOE RNDIHW loUi. Citiltrrt Ml frtts lal ft" 130 S. Front SL.MwnpWi SCHEI6LER & CO. Id I Li CO FURS & WOOt. niraughon's Practical le BUSINESS COLLEGE I (! n,a,liS.rrlnr. nankin. Hhorthanil. Tjpewrtl. or J lotion Ilunliicia tborouthly tsught. flsle tnf tlio.1. ri..jrp.l. Piwllliiaa 7,pl ( antnlrrauy lime. Night School 104 0. Main PROF. W.T.DAVIS, Mgr. Strati. Mamphlf TELEPHONES f jr farmers' lines ami independent Completo stock cl deranges. CROSS-ARM- Hit Been Appointed by Gov. Wlllton At Latt. WIRE, and tI Frankfort, Kj06r, Wfllson has INSUUTORS appointed 4ho Kentucky racing cotiiad necessary material, l'rcsfi uiisaiun in a i t ill Ecrvo tor uio next supply o( tol- four years. The commissioner COLUMBIA DRY BATTERIES low: Col H F, Clay, 1'nrU: Johnton Camden. Versailles; Oeorgo A In slock. Two shlprarnta rlrt4 N rrt.y from factory. Writ fur cIa Ing, Ixxilsilllci SinJ. Foxhall A. Din- lofue and n4 prlr IUU gerflokl, LcxInsUin, and Col. MllWn ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. II. Young. lxlngton. Of tho commjs- Memphis. Tenn. Second Street, Hi 0. lion Col. Young and Col. Clay aro re LiKtrto lit; hi, street ralrway and bouse wlrtntr material. appointed. NO TIME TO LOSE. Tho cnuimlsslon moots In Iexlngton In a few days for tho pur rose ot electing a chairman and tec retary. Under the law Gov. WlUson Is required to a'molnt threo hreetiers of thoroughbreds, but tho members ot the commission aro all breeders, and ere tho breeders In the W. K. Urldwoll U Vnlted States. tipped as tho next secrotary of tin commission. best-know- GRANTED Wild Ride of A REPRIEVE. Reach Whitesburg Horseman to In Time. Turtle you "tt'alt a mlnuto,' I want to Snail -- I can't; I'm ta n hurryr I to get homo before dark, and il'a searly 12 o,tjlftqk.rjow.i, int resources, at shown In hli proffer of tioo.000,000 wherewl'b to build inoro Now York lubway, a trokrr raid: Lancaster, Ky. Garrett Wood, Mr MorRAn'a wealth caiuei him Vo look at money In n largo way. Once, farmer, wns killed on bis at tho Metroplltnn club In fifth! ave- farm near town by a year-olhornless nue. I told blin of the death of a oiu-l-bull, Mr. Wood had gone out to feed Jrlend his stock when tho animal attacked ' How much did be leave? Mr. Mo him, bulling him down and mangling cm aiked. him with his hoofs. Ills little lrl A matter of Are or tlx mlllloni, I was with him and ran to tho house believe,1 laid I. for assistance, but ho was breathing his Mr Morsan'a eyebrow lifted. t last when help reached him. Mr. ood " How dcccptlro clrcumatancci was CO years old and leaves a widow amrtlmei nre,' ho said. 'I nlwayi and soven children, among whom Is hlin qulto comfortably off.'" Mr. Charles Wood, of tho Dcnhard . Concreting Co., of Cincinnati. HI Vlewa on Suffrage. When a female, canrasaer naked bn Iultvillp. Kv. Judge Alex. Hum old farmer to ilgn a petition In fnvor the Louisville ot a womnri's inurement ho- - eyed the nhrer. representing In tho federal document for- nwhllo wflu. auf plclon. nniiwnv Co.. will ask "No, I'm acaln' it, anre," wa tho re- court tho discharge ot Iho receiver ply, with tho craphaxla ot n man who fnr ilm Ijulsvlllo & Knstorn railway, had had torno domestic Infelicity. "A the last ouMtandlng claim against the as U nllu tv company having been satisnra. w:t .an blip's alius Kcitln In trouble. If you've got nny soon us the receiver nas oeen uis charsed the $20,000,000 blanket mort ihinR to keep her quiet I'll sign IU" gage will bo put on record, Udlc Homo Journal. re-tewell-knowd bud-roie- d Tho Larao Way. Aprcpos of J. IMerpont Morgan's p all the speed Frankfort, ;Kyr-Wl- Lh that a horteman, cjji urgo out of his tecd, a mokscnger traveled across the mountains of ltcher county' from Sergent to"VhlteturK and convoyed tho Information that, (lor. WIKaon bad grontwli.Floyd Frnier flirespMc until May 19, In order that bo maylnvoa-gato his application for a comm'jta tlon of life sontenco more carefully. Whltesburg Is In tho heart of tho Ken tucky' mountains, many miles from a railroad station. - , ABANDONED IT For the Old Fashioned Coffee Was Killing. "I always drank coffee, with tho rest , for It seemed as If there as nothing for breakfast If wo did not have It on tho table. "I hid born troubled soma tlmo 'h my heart, which did not fcol right This trouhlo grow worse steadily. "Somctlmus It would beat fast and at other times very slowly, so that I tould hardly bo nblo to do work tor an hour or two after breaKfasL and It I walked up a hill, It gavo mo a so- vcro pain. 'I had no Idoa of what tho trouble was until a friend suRKCstod, that per haps It might bo cnutotl by coff; drinking. I tried leaving off tho coffto and began drinking ' rostu'tn. The change camo quickly, I am now, glad to say that I am entirely "well of the heart troublo and attribute tho relief to leaving off coffeo and .tho use ot fosturu. "A number ot my friends have aban doned the old fashioned coffeo and have taken up with I'ostum, which they aro using stoadlly,. There are somo peoplo that mako Postum very weak and tasteless, but It It Is boiled long enough, according to directions, It Is a very delicious coverage.' We havo never used unv of the old fash loncd coffeo slnco I'ostum. wus first started In our house." Head thn Httlo book, "The Itoad to cuviiic,"ln pkgs. "There's a Iteason." Htrr rrnd Ilia above IrlUrf A new apiirara from lima to Titer itrnular, Irur, uud full ul buutaa ot tho family-- Fraiik 'P Pmnkfort. Jtmcs soon will turn looso on the tato a vast, army or "revenue ngints who will scour tho counties ror iooi' in.nra it ml lil I ml thters. Ho will, tie' mand taxes or tnom ror selling me liquor, and thy must, pay or tneir pamos will be presented to the grand jury, and l Indicted Auditor James will aid In prosccuttlng every offender. Kr.-.Aud- itor Frankfort, Ky. Tho dedication of tho now capltol will very iiuoiy 110 l,r.l,l nn Juno 2. T ho catntoi commis k -- ir,n .iinriissed tho matter. Tho frs will bo Senator w. o. iirnoiey. rsnr willson nnd former Gov, Beck ham. An extra largo force will bo put uio grounui lor to work to the dedication. sp-a- Lexington, Ky. John If. Morgan, secretary of Jas. II. HagBtn's himon firm, nnd MUs Katherino M O'Neill, dnughtcr of tho late Martin O. o'Nolll. wore marritnl at St. Paul's church by Hev. Father Deianey ..f the ttnte ponltrnllary the TenncMce concurred, Chfef Justice Bcnrd read an opinion luprrnio court Wednesday morning, uy divided Vole, nfflrmctl llie seiuenco ns covering 05 typewritten pages. Tins lo 1). J I. pctoper. As to Itobln Cooper opinion Vflvcrscd tho Judgment of the In Hie ease, nNo by a .illvided lte, l re- - court below as to bolt defendants. rerurd snd remaivled to the lower court It Justice B. D. Bell concurred. Upon the shoulders of Justice Xv. K. for n new trial. While Chief Justice Itfsnl wns reading a tllneiiling opinion McAllstcr rested the responsibility of He conthe cae of Duncan B. Cooper, lov actually deciding the case. frnor Patterson wrote n full pardon for curred with neither Opinion In toto. Upon assignments of error, ho. tlio twenty-twthe ilofondant, in which he declares: "lleinir tliorouKldy familiar with tne concurred with Justices Shields nnd rll rronrd, hnving read nil the tftimony In the majority of them, but differed ind tentifled to certain facts within my with them s to 'nil of those sweeting personal .knowledge. It is neither do Itobln Cooper exclusively. As n result of this wide division or iiralil nor nocesitiiry to 'dlny nCtlpn for petition lo be presented, asking cx tha court on this case, the opinion of tho court was not handed down for the first ecutivo clemency. In my opinion, neither of tlio de time in the history of tho jurisprudence fendants i guilty and they have not of the state. The Opinion of Justice had n fair and Impartial trial, but were .Shields is not the opinion of the court, nor is the opinion of Jiutlcc Beard tho comlctcd contrnry to the law nml tlcnoe. The actlmi of the sunrcino court opinion of tho court, but n part of each Ir. vacating the judgment ns to Itobln taken together forms tho actual decision THREE PARDONS GRANTED. Cooper, leaves (he sontence of final con- that goes into effect. The proof Nashville Excited. Gev. Willson Refuted Clemency to viction as to his showed that Itobln Cooper killed the The news created more excitement nnd Seven Other Offenders. Frankfort, Ky. Gov: Wlllnon grant' drccMcd nnd that D. B. Cooper tlid not 'mArfc widespread discnAMon' probably od pardons to Wood Pollard, sen' fire a shot. Without reflection upon the than nny event in the history of the to my mind city. The telegraph nnd telephone of' fenced to pay a fine of $50 for point court. It it Inconceivable Ing firearms, Caldwell county; I.loyd and repugnant to every principle of ju' firs were besieged not only by reprerrin Cornctt, Harlan county, sentenced to ticc that a who should be found guilty sentatives of out of town newspapers, conspiracy but by hundreds of private messages tp was not in threo years for bigamy, and Isaiah of murder not kill: friends all over tho state and in adjoin' Wiley, of Iiwrencc, convicted of lllo-- to kill, and who, in fact, tlid The reversal in the case of I.obiti Ing states. gal voting. Cooper Is based on assignments of error The uardon was not uncanceled. From Pardons were refused Herman in the trial judge s failing to charge cp' Price, Jefferson county, 12 years, rob arntclv as to Itobin Cooper's theory of Governor Patterson's .testimony in the court below tliem could rcmnin no doubt bery: George Taylor, Daviess county, self tie fene, linking tho detente of the of the la seven years, manslaughter; Aaron defendants together, excluding tentimony as to his Grant, Garrard county, three years, of Governor Patterson ns to talks with nocence of the defendants. Such being malicious shooting and wounding; Hob- - the defendant. Itnbtn Cooiicr, nnd nd tho case there was never any doubt in ert Whlto, Madlsoa county, ono year. vice gien him ns to Colonel Cooper be the public miud that he would grant a betrayal; George Sec, ?2D and ten fore the tragedy, nnd the admission of pardon to both defendants should the supreme court affirm the sentence. But days, earning concealed weapons, of Ilobin Cooper n Henry county; James Nyx, Henderson to intent of certain state's witnesses In while this action did' not como ns a surprise,, it created all of the Interest and county, manslaughter, and Jones testifying as to certain Incidents. all of the wild' excitement that a totally Simpson, charged with complicity In Wanted Robin's Vindication. unexpected denouement to tlio wholo tho killing of "Bud" Casey In Garrard Colonel Cooper was still at the capltol series of events could have done. county. when the pardon wns .entered in the Political Results. secretary of state's office. Ifo wax at As to the result politically In Tcnnes' CONSTRUCTION ON STATUTE. once surrounded bv a crowd of friends see of the state supreme court s dccisio: seeking to congratulate him. State Treaturer Asks Attorney Gen more In the Cooper case and the pardon ot "I wanted llobins vindication eral for an Opinion, than I wanted a pardon," was his smil- Colonel J. B. Cooper by Governor Pat Frankfort, Ky. On account of.a pos-- ing remark when told of the governor's terson, opinion scorns general that the ciblc misconstruction of the sta'ute action in behalf of himself. Leaving the old' factional lines Patterson and anti- allowing tho Ustio ot intcroat-beirln- j crowds gathered nbout him, he entered a Patterson, the latter representing the clement of the warrants, Capt. Ed Farley, state treas cairiage with ids daughter, Mrs. Lucius prohibition or state-wid- e urer, has written to Judgs James K. l'urcli, aud his sUter-indaMrs. state Democracy aro unchanged. nreathlt, attorney general, asking an James C. Bradford and, accompanied by fact,, they are more taut If that, be pos' opinion and construction ot tho nc(. Marshal ltobcrt Marshall, was driven to sible. The governors friends claim tha Tho act says that warrants for the the county jail, where formalities in con- his action, lias served to cement more common schools and tho state univer- nection with the pardon were gone closely than ever his following that it sity shall not bear Interest, hut Capt. through with nnd he was released. Ha has given them a rallying cry to battle. Farley wants to know if this restric reached the Jail at 2i20 p. in., leaving On tho other hand, It has embittered to even intenser degreo tlio hostility to him tion appKca to warrants for nppropri.u there nlwut S:30. tlons made to the state university and Ilobin Cooper is under a $25,000 bol. on the part of his political enemies. was the leader nnd idol of the tho normal school. Ho also wanU to His friends freely predict that ho will His friends, charging that know If warrants for appropriations not again be arraigned for trial. Should mado for any othor purpose shall bear hn be, it would bo a most difficult un- his killing wns the outcome of a poInterest, ns for Instance, in the case dertaking to secure a jury In Davidson litical scheme, mado it tho cltief issuo against Patterson, and the Cooper case ot tho Kentucky Children's Heme so .county under tho law's requirements. has colored the entire political atmos ciety, which has an annual appropria Courtroom Was Packed. phere of Tennessee. tion. courtTlie opinions were read before a A governor nnd state judiciary are soon suffocation, the Frankfort. Ky Clay Lawson, ol room - packed towith thofd ubilhli! corridors to be elected. Tlio state Democratic coni' being- crowded' to gain Wolfe county, serving two years' sen re to mittce, dominated by Patterson men, tenco for telling bis cousin, W. P, entrance. Every word wns listenedcene cently calkd a blanket primary for June with breathless interest, and the Itw?on, was paroled by the board o was n memorable one. It marked an 4 to make nominations. Enemies of PatThis pa'cJe prison commissioners. freely charged the inclusion of tho in not only the legal annuls of the terson will bo tho last granted under the r"d epoch judiciary wa an attempt to wield a club but the political ns well. Tha law, unlcs3 an omergoncy similar to state, party of Tennessee 1ms been over the supreme Court, which had the this ono cxlets. Lawson's wlfo Is at Democratic rent into bitter factions over the prohi Cooper case under advisement, and every tho point of death with typhoid 'ever. re bition question, nnd, as a wheel within member of which was a candidate for He has served oight months ot li:a election. Matters were complicated by Oj wheel, "tho Cooper raso" 1ms played a Chief Justice Beard auj term. conspicuous part. Cooper is tlio close the refusal of and alleged political adviser of Justices Shields and Nell to enter the Frankfort, Ky. J. W. Carter, sher- friend They will run Independently, who is the leader of tlio antl primary. iff of Union county, was ordered by Patterson, prohibition forces in Tennessee. Carmack und now that their attitude on the Circuit Judge It. I.. Stout to appear wns the chief of the prohibition move "cause celebre" is known, tho question beforo tho Franklin county court and ment. Patterson was a most Important what will tho alignment hot show cause why ho Is not In contempt It is most complex, if the attitude ot witnens for tho defense nt tho trial of ot court for not serving a subpoena tho'Uoopcrs for the killing of Carmack, individual members of the court is to be on Senator J. J. Watklns, ot Sturgls, whoso death his friends allege was tho taken Into tho analysis. Meanwhile Pat' to appear before tho grand jurv. outcome of political machination. Now, terson, serving his second term as gov on the verge of nn election of the judici. ernor, has not said if ho is a co,ndidat Lexington. Kr. David Gray Fal nry, the supremo court wns railed on to for n third term. Many of his friend conor la the new nresldent ot tho Ken puss finally on the Case, over which it are Insistently urging him to be, whiU tucky Racing association. Johnson u. Bceins the party" factitins have" actually equally strong pressure is being used to' Camden, appointed by Gov. Willson aligned themselves on ono side or tho induce him to run for United States to servo on the state racing commis- other. For sixty-nin- e days tho court tcnator to succeed James B. Frazier. sion, resigned, and Mr. Falconer was has had the rase, and the state has cideiitaliy. Mr. Frazier, a cuudidato at once choEcn as his successor. been on the tiptoo of expectancy as the succeed himself, has refused to enter tbs opinion days camo and went without its Juno primary. Frankfort. Kv. Fdward llerrv. n faction is w'cll Organ Tho state-wid- e being referred to. Feasor of Jefferson county, filed mm The announcement nt last shows an lied and prepared to fight Patterson da mus proceedings berore Juas interesting status to those familiar witlt wherever ho lands. But they have not L. Stout to compel Auditor James the intricacies of tho political situation. as yet put forward a name to be used I pay him $1,500 monthly. James w connection with tho gubernatorial nice, Chief Justice Beard and Justices ri 1st payment. and Bell reverse the easu ns to The campaign, when it opens, is expected Itobin Cooper, Justices Neil and Shields to bo furious. Ky Dr. Georgo W dissenting, Lexington, Traugett, charged with voluntary ROBIN OUT ON BOND. Justices Shields, McAlUter nnd Nell mnnslauxhter by iierforinlng a cip.n confirm ns to Colonel Cooper, Chief ,liu-tic- e lnal opcrallon, was acquitted by a Jury. Nashv'ille, Tenn. Itobin Cooper, whose Beard und Justice Bell dissenting. The supremo court was more widely enso was reversed In tlio supreme court. Lexington, Ky. C. F. EatIM was up- d:vldud than It ever was before. Two stands upon his bond of $25,000. jointed county road supervisor to of tiiu mod rl.iborutn opinions ever ren- ney-General McCarn says he will put P. Spurr, re dered were handed dawn, and neither one his case on the .May uockci oi mo crim serve until Juue, vice signed. of them, ttmnge to say, actually accom dual court of Davidson County. o In the ratio of Cf. plished the result Intended by the opinII. Cooper and Itobln .1. Cooper, ion itself or tlio Justice who wrote it. (utlifr nnd son, convlctnl of killing for- lust Ire John K. Shields read nn opinion mer UnltwKrHntcii Scnntor K W. Or-Tinc- k covering 72 typewritten page's, affirm on tho streets here, Nov. 0, 1001, ing the Judgment of thri court below in nd sentenced to twenty years each in nil thing. In this Justice M. M. Neil Nashville, Tcnn. Duncan YSPEPSli in mm TARRHOfSTOHAfj I na THE RIVER OF LIFE el s (I of whatever Bar Tha yon wilt anatomy tliey part ot the human plena, the river of life la HI.OOU. It la either the awltt runnlna;n atream of health or the itrrm-laderbannel of dlaeaae, one or the other. The new remedy for the blood ta IMMONS' ARSAPARILLA COMPOUND , any oth.r, you waot nnd tbnt yon won't ll.'i1 got Iti If to BMn't mtke blmt.tltiti.nl for von. A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO.. Sherman. Tits the kind that freahrna nnd qnlcV-ethe circulation, enerclxra tho Kood corpuaclea that fifth! tho battle of life for the sick. SIMMONS' itAHSAPAHII.t.A. other COSiroUNIJ la unlike any dlrjfr-entl- y. known medicine. It worka It renchea la nnd through nnd down till It nenetratea to the aeat of the uiarnae and spring's at the srry throat of the caaae of It. 1ft tht only rmMj that doMthla. Ant dolus; no thu. It ir.u nmilt. nS tlctt core,I. wb.rykind oth.r nn. Tell oor drarrl.t thu tb. personal-convictio- WELL, WHY NOTT n Say, maw! Mrs. Crow Yes, my son. Jimmy Crow If flies can fly, why can't crows crow? . Jimmy Crow Car-mac- k state-wider- love at first sight? Mrs. Getthere--Ye- s, Friend Love at First Sight. So yours waa a caso ot Indeed. I fell desperately In lore with' my dear husband the moment I set eyes upon him. I remember It as distinctly as If yesterday. I was walking with papa on the beach at Long Beach, when suddenly papa stopped, and, pointing him out, Bald: "There, my dear, Is a man worth ten millions." New York Weekly. -- e many heirlooms?" "Oh, yes. Uusually the Case. "Did your wealthy old uncle leave A new heir looms up al- most every week." Smart Set, A man's idea bt a generous act Is having a chap"o to tako hit another fellow's money and leaving him somo looso change. 1 rMany a serve Clever Housewife Has learned that to ' ; er Post Toasties Saves worry and labor, and please? each member of the family as few other foods do. The crisp, dainty, fluffy bits' are fully cooked ready to serve from the package with cream or good milk. Give the home-folk- - Attor- Louisville, Ky. PIckots were placed Aurora, lnd. A quarrel over a small loan led to tho killing of Arthur Mur-- nbout Uio siemmcrles ot tho American nepit 21. by Thomas Owens, aged Tobacco Co. bore, the striking atom IS. both of OcJuhl, Ky. Owens, who niers hoping tlieroby to prerent tht .ioin. sniMnfense. Is held for m'lr hauling ot stripped tobacco to tho plug Hr mil the doad man's brother, Jim factories, Threo men strikers were Mn'rtihv. Is held a wltnesi. The two arrested at one of tho stemmcrics, fame.Jiere to.look.fot work, and room whero 21 negroes have returned r work. ed togewer. SEEK MORE PENSIONS. Bill Would Grant Retired Pay and "Larger Sums. Washington. A pension bill to grant to nil surviving volunteer officers of the United States' army, who served six months Mt more, retired pay according to length of irrvice, and to all honorably discharged enlisted men over 70 and suffering u certain degree of disability a straight penaiou of $30 r month, was report yd t the house from the committee ou military alfuirs. Ixlncton. Ky. Augustus lT!hlln Mt. Sterling. Ky. The city council has offored . reward ot JIOO, to which tho Milwaukee browir, who owns Th Harvester and other noted traitors K, T. Hols has added 200. for thu nartlQt who arrived here from Memphis to snend rcv umu vv. .. - tiurncd tho building belonging to ltels. a few days vltltinz tuc stock farms ai"-t- Break Immigration Record. The iulliiv of Immigrant nt tilts port, which 1ms hern unusually heavy this week, readied such a point Wednesday that It was impnssiuio ( bundle them till at the Ellis Island im migrant stutlon. The steerage passcn-t'pron the Camilla. Oceanic and Presi dent Lincoln, 4,803 In uli, were held on boaid the vessels, where tl.ey will nay until tomorrow before lieing examined fnr admission. On the island today arc Tlio Immigration officeri 5,000 aliens. think the week may bo uliuost a resord breaker. New York. s a treat. "The Memory Lingers" Pkgs toe. and 15c. Postum Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle" Creek, Mich. r Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room Suit ! PowerOver - PROTRACTED MEETING, FOR Chifforobes Dining Tab,c Illness Every night at tho Lyric. Cotton, tho plumber. Phone Mrs. Winters spent Sunday Line. 05. WHAT YOU Princess Dressers Wardrobes China Closets Sofas Library Tables Stand Tables Kitchen Tebles Center Tables WANT IN Take your produco to O. H. Moore. at State sideW,Js Sectio'l Bookcases Furniture Pcde",U Etc, Etc up-to-da- te Wo gunranteo our work. Mooro ', Ollvor. Don't forget to renew your sub scription. Garden seed at Bottersworth & Prather'a. Give C. II. Moore a share of your grocery business. Cowflll's Drug Store Is ths only placo you can get KEO. Let Moors and Oliver do that pa per hanging and painting. Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCORPORATED Don't criticise your doctor because mrdlcine prescribed by him faili to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give (he doctor a fair show by taking his prescrip lions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. A revival will begin at tho Ilmitl.t church In this city on the first Sun Courier Want Column day in May. Tho services will bo UVTHM-O- ... . Lr by Itov. W. II. Williams, ot Y" P conducted Clinton, Ky. Everybody hns a cordial Invitation Mill BAM to attend these services. Hmsi, U lwa tiiB Aply at Uils offict. "Come now nnd let us mason to gether; though your sins bo ns scarroit sAiaj; Good. ICBll. . let, they shall bo as white as snow; . w, w. UMiiU, . ' though they be red ns crimson, t.Uc FOll SALE. A teod thoy shnll bo as wool, Utah O ' Hanter.l7.60.-- c-. Our old friend, Dr. E. L. Williams, FOR HALK ot Crystal, Tenn., saw a blue anark young .,ul ou his paper last week and couldn't Ky. get here to renew, so ho sends a FOIl SALK. check to "hush us up." That's the In good lonuitioi, time, Doc. ti. Hum, O A now drink J h . Us Hit h.lui,u , , u II :c . "Dr. Poppor" a dlfferont drink at Holm A Ellison's. O In WANTKD: Hui.n DORENA NOTE3. UUrchj,,.r ou tho FOll the Hnrv Tho river Is rising. -Inli.T." VTt . uon. vi ...... . A.l.i,,,"."1" Uj U 1,1, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. MARRIAGE LICENSE. ELLISON Cowg ill's Drug Store Is reported sick list this week. ICIng Howell Klllt HAI.I' (Incorporated) KILPATRICK. Hickman Furnlturo Co., headquarters for undertakers goods. Tho best flour In Hickman Excellence at Hettorsworth ttler's. Uulto's Pra&. NIGHT RIDERS CONVICTED. The following were granted 11 enae to marry In Obion county last week: Alltm Wade and Lulron Bonner. N. Dickey and i'anieliu Driggs. C. W. Garrett audd Kthul Vcrgln. 'ioiu Counsel and Kurllo Itudaiu. "HeA is right hero,' u .N'uw kork preacher declared recently. Wonder it ho feels at home. O STOLE Ot EIGHTY DOLLARS. II' It was April 1 uiid Capt. Reynolds, ho i'aluco Hotel wait reeling nae. Ou Uiu night ol Uiu atoreauid uay, ouo E. 11. Itanklu arrived lu Liuion City, registered at Uio l'olaco irotu UalUuioro and claimed to to traveling lor the Central Meat ii Supply Co., a concern rated at one Hundred thousand. Mr. Itanklu was assigned a room. The early morning mail of the next day brought mm a letter, which was delivered In the usual way. Said letter cuutaiuea a check tor ISO expunsu money lor Mr. Itanklu and was supposed to have been sent by the Maryland wholesale house. It was presented to CapL Reynolds In payment lor bis bill. The check was accepted and so wus the cosh (by Itanklu) less the amount of his hotel bill. It appeared to bo regular lu 'every way, drawn oh the Calvert Bank of Baltimore and was numbered 3201. It was deposited with the Old National Bank, forwarded to the BalUmoro Bank, and promptly returned. "Puro swindle, Ilankln unknown. Similar checks Issued, and detective department Informed ten days ago," Is the reply received from the BalUmoro wholesale bouse. It was a smooth plecu of work, and evidently the man had stolen a bunch ot the firm's checks, and Is now filling them out when lu need ot the cash. Union City Commercial. The Hickman Hardware Co. is show Ing a new motor baling press re ceived this week. It Is run by a gasoline engine, and Is the first one ever brought to this section. It Is a vay this firm has up to the minute. keeping right One ot too prettiest weddings ever witnessed In this city was that of Miss Annie Stephens Ellison, eld' est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison, to Mr. Lewis lllnklo Kllpat rick, ot Memphis, Teun., at the homo of the bride's parents last night at nine o'clock. The magnificent Ellison homo was exquisitely decorated with ferns and clusters ot snowballs, tho effect ot which was especially pleasing and ap propriate for both occasion and sea son. Long beforo tho hour set for the ceremony, the spacious borne was filled with guests possibly the larg est assembly ever seen at a home wedding In this city. At the appointed hour, nine o'clock, tho musical strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, charmingly rendered on tho piano and violin by Mrs. C. 1. Shumate and J. II. Millet, an nounced the cntranco ot the bridal party. Preceded by tho ushers, Ed ward Prather and A. E. DeBow, wcro little Miss Mary tho ribbon-bearerStone and Master Klcbard Prather; followed by atendants, Miss Virginia Prather and Guy Hale; MUs Ruth Ellison, maid of honor, and the bride leaning on her father's arm, who wcro Joined at the center of the parlor by tho groom and his best man, H. E. Curlln, ot Union City. Here they were met by the officiating minister, Rev. Slaley, ot tho Baptist church ot Fulton. The bride was a vision of In her flowing veil of gossamer lightness, held In place by a spray of orange buds and blossoms. Her gown of white lingerie was extremely elaborato and beautiful. She held In her hand a fragrant boquet ot pink sweet peas, and withal made a pic ture ot gracefulness. Tho ladles In attendance were handsomely gowned In white; tho gentlemen In couven Uonal black. Tho solemn service, known as the "ring ceremony," was Impressively rendered by Ho v. Staley und carried out with striking beauty und dignity Tho questions and responses were ciearly given and answered, while soft strains of music seemed to float a benediction ot pence and harmony over those present. The picture, as sacred as it was lovely, ot this gathering and Us purpose left un lui prcsslon that will not be easily for- gotten. After the ceremony and congratuhv tlous, punch was served by Miss Hot en Tyler. Tho newly-wed- s left on the 10:30 train, amid a storm ot rice, for St. Louis where they will spend several days. They will bo at homo In Mem phis after May 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Kllpatrlck were tho recipients of an elegant array of wed ding gifts, Including an' abundance of cut glass, silver, china, etc. Tho groom is a druggist and one of the leading young business men of Memphis, and a splendid fellow. Ho will ulwajB bless tho day that brought blm to Hickman a few years ago, serving lu an official capacity with tho government Iajvco Board, at which tlaio he met the lady of his choice ami which culminated so hap pily last night. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, L. P. Ellison, a leading business man ot Hickman, Is certainly a charm Ing little lady. She was born and reared In this city, and Is one of our most popular, senslblo and refill' ed young woman. It Is with regret that we learn she will make her home In another city, but the abundant good wishes of the Courier, as well as her innumerable friends, go with her and Mrt Kllpatrlck for their future happiness. Eight of tho alleged night riders Mr. and Mrs. Claude Maddox visitof Grant County, Ky., on trial In thu United Stales district court nt Cov- ed friends In Charleston this week. ington, Ky., ero found guilty by a Tho farmers have been delayed lu C. D. Hoe left yesterday for Martin. Jury Saturday. Threw others were a Sunday School acquitted. Flues ranging from 1100 their work on account of the rains. Tenn., to attend convention. to 11.000 were assessed against tho Her. Bsty filled his regular apguilty by Judge Cochran, who rrleas pointment at locust drove Sunday. Let the children drink all the PEP. recognls good for ed the men on their own SOLINE they want. It's FOR SALK .So Mrs. Crawford went to Hickman Typewriter in sooa shopping Tuesday. Apply to D. Oscar nnd Delbert Bradley spent a flee. few daya In Wlugo this week. LugUUtU . k . w , . IVIUIlf um llu , ,, .. FOR SALK. IhuruiULuLr.J ii,..- -. .... t'fc lor MtULit ot It, eggs, Jfcc-- C. A. Alur(.Atwa.4. uress, Uu)c, Ky. FOll HALK L.-- t tm, ty tu town, um 51. o,, iuuui.it V an experienced plumber, has uccepted a position with J. A. Cotton & Co., of D. B. Hughes, of Union City, ' this city. Every lover of music in Hickman should go down to Ellison Bros, store and hear Evan Williams sing Schu berts Serenade on the Vlctrola. They will gladly play it for you and its worth a special trip. siuiiu simp v j ta,,,. Joseph Sargent, ot Anulston, .Mo.. ancc, pending pending appeal to little "tummies." FOR SALK. Mi residents t,t higher courts. IVrry Simpson. A. C Is visiting relatives her this week. thu ... Collcto. 1'lLLIr .1 ....I .... J. II. Pickett went to Paducah Sun-da- y 10c bog has "vamoosed," and Webb and Jere Carter wrr Tho fined to attend Federal Court but It all luiprutviutiuu. tuuis to iutu may again be eaten Instead HOO each; Frank K. Conrad, II. L. you want a huuiu liuknoa Cuuntr. Conrad and It. aq Conrad. 1200 was pout poned. of kept lu a jewel case. each, and John Caldwell 1100. FOR SALK. Two A.trta l,, mirci, Miss Dottle Davidson left yesterday O Mr. Stagg. ot the Standard Oil Co., agus i sud 6, l Aihi.ll u for Kenton, Tenn., to attend tho Ken teun, was here this weok on business. agu 3; 1 saddle boite, i HAYNES OWENS. ton High School commencement. i.,Luj uw While here, a Courier man askrd him pnabtou. Appiy tu Dr i il Uubuirt Atnld one ot the worst rainstorms a few queslons relative to street ell I am now prepared to do all kinds , tt liiekwau. ot dressmaking, cleaning and pressing ot the season, a large company ot lug. He says It will cost about 2c a Tlptouvllle's most prominent citizens square yard to do this work, and that Bourbon Red Tutxnjt, luo4t twJ and repair work. Next to LaClede gathered at tho beautiful home of one application should Xxi sufficient Chlckeus. Kgs fluia lied CUtleu tSp hotel. Mrs. Eula Salmon. 1 for II. Mrs. Cora Walker at 8:30 Saturday Writs for pries ot luikcji. Try that new coffco "Ererybodys ulght to witness thu marriage of II. for the season. The smallest tank Mrs. O. B. Threlkeld, Slit Lu, car we could purr tin so would contain Brand" for Ita sold under a guarantee T. Haynes to Miss Nellie Owens. Mr Ky. lliijji C.00O. gallons, which, at a rough r that It It don't pleaso you, your mon- llaynes Is a sou of the present sher tlniale, would be sufficient for oil (room bout ey will bo refunded by tho grocer. FOll SALK iff ot Lake County, C. II. llaynes; Ing nil of Clinton street and a half Mrs. Haynes Is tho charming daugh bloek south on the three streets In and t acres of land wuh ifrttj u The Hickman Furniture Co. has In frwa stock the most complete stock of ter ot the late Itlcburd Owens and toweling Clinton street, lie finds ter, ou Troy Avenue t liocks undertakers goods. Let ua show you Is a sister of D. Owens, thu popular that tho best lime to undertake this College. Apply to V K Luttrell. (l t when in need ot anything In that manager of the Cumberland Tele of II. T. Davis. work Is tho Utter part of May or 4ie. phone, Co., of this city. I bar , money to Kite thu first of June, thus getting thn NOTICK: Now that Patterson has again an"settled weather" and at the samo settlements for all t.iimi tr nounced tor Governor of Tennessee, time the streets are generally In best sheep have been killed ty doo Is Snow In Missouri this week. there'll be something doing In the condition. This specially prepared Pulton county It you U uuai good old state lu the coming cam Hev. Turklngton la In Fulton today, nil makes the streets bard and posl- of this naturo. please prw tt them -paign. lively duslless. Mr. Stagg also says S. T. Roper, County Cifik Leslie Shore ipviit Sunday In Kul there Is no trouble to bn experienced Ed Webb, of Fulton, received three ton. as some suppose, by carrying the oil Overland autos shipped to hlui at sm .Mr Kdlsun ssts I. h V this place this wcuk. Mr. Webb must Jaa. II. Pickett spent tho first of nnd dirt Into the houfcc on ouu's shoos. This would happen the first tho day when a plt"i"g'apu ill l ' business In the the week In Fulton, bo doing a and second days, but not after thu every home In lh' 'ar.l Vasi J cast end. - I Tic a; u Federal Court will convene In Pa oil has bad time to soak Into the his Inventions Judge B. T. Davis received his now ducah next Monday. soil. Kdlson's pride automobile Saturday. It Is a JG h. Tho river Is about on a stand at p., gasoline, 4 passenger car, and one ter a several days' rise. of tho neatest and best running ma chines In the city. This makes a to Mrs. It. M. Isler returned Sunday tal ot fourteen autos lu Hickman r.ovj. morning from a visit to Paducah rt-lnow. lives. HIGHT NOW, while ovcry houseMrs. Alex Barnes and two children hold Is agitated over the high cost spent the latter part of last week at ot food, Isn't it strange that people Three States. haven't thought of candles as a Fred Cuse und wife are now occtK food? But nut and fruit candles are finding a place on many tables, as pylng oua of L. P. Ellisons nuw an article ot diet, because they fur houses on thu hill; nlsh protein In cheaper and more Mrs. Thos. Dean, of Union City, wholesome form than high priced was the guest of her daughter, Mrs foods,. Nut and fruit candles have Harry Threlkeld, yesterday recognized food values, beneficial a- Dr. 0. W. Curlln uud family will like to children and grown-ups,- , and there is nothing Their moro general use as articles of move to hu Luttrell property, on to do but sit around diet is rapidly increasing as their Troy Avenue, in a short time. all day, how nice it is nutritive qualities become better Mrs. I. D. Price and son, Ivey, left to have an known. 1130,000,000 worth of canare sold yearly In the United Sunday for Oklahoma City, Okla, to dles visit V. J. Spradlln and family States,. I. N. Jones and Mrs. Henry Jones, of Fnlrvlow, Teun., spent several days this week with Mr. and Mrs, it L. tiruy. to mnkc the time pass pleasantly nnd sow-bosoland-officha When the Come on Rainy Days Hi it MM rl For The Farm Edison Phonograph drive the blues. It Candy Week -- AT The prlco ot hogs tumbled 13 cent on thu 100 pounds lu the Chicago mar kut Monday. Thu top price was $9 10 to .20, and thu market wus glutted Both trucks of thu Illinois Central railroad were blocked Saturday night when four hundred yards of dirt sllded down upon them In thu big cut two miles south ot Wlckllffe Deputy Sheriff Hob Goaldor and Officer John Wright arrested eleven crupshooters in West Hickman Frl day evening. Judge Naylor fined them lu tils court Saturday, getting 120 each out of six of thorn and K'5 out of thu bulauco. And do you know Mr. Farmer, how easy Edison Phonograph. u to n an 1.20 Waiting for YOU We're always ready and willing to play the Victor for you. You'd come in right now if you only realized what splendid music you can hear on the Victor. Ellison Bros. Fresh and Pure You owe it to yourself and family to find out. Why not come in today? There a Victor for YpU J10 to Easy tcrmi if desired. $250. 1QS a pound and half pound for candies that sell 25c to 40c, 12 You can buy n Combination Phonograph an Records. This machine plays both two minute nnd four minute records, and Ellison Bros. ninth unnual session of the Southwest Kentucky 1. O. O. V Lodgu will meet in Clinton on tho 26th. Thu town will bo thrown onen to the visiting Odd Fellows, and tho local lodgo Is preparing for a big day. Fully 10,000 people aro expect- ed, and special trains will be put on lu accommodate thu crowd, Tho will put it Ql Down ia your home, and a dollar n week it. pays for it before you know it. Come hear Ellison Brothers r Footwear Fashions.... OUR SHOES POSSESS clinrnctcristic8 that arc absolutely their own. They always stood for Style, Fit and Comfort. An important feature for your consideration is that at all times to to give you Sterling Quality for a " little less." we try indi-vidunl Heard On the Streets .ft,.,,, ) .., M.'f-f-- H. ....M 'M"M 'I' - dny Wintry weather Monday and Tuea- Mlsa Ira Thomas, ed hero Inst week. of Dorenn, vlalt- - REO continues to be the best bev erage on.the market. Miss Nannlo Tnnkersley, of Dorenn, wna hero Friday, shopping. Murley Iloper nnd family apent Sun day with J. It, Hrown nnd family. Mra. N. K. Nclghbora nnd children nro visiting relatives In Memphis. Cnlcb Powers and Duncan 0. Coop er should exchnngo congratulations. Slnco Grandmother's days 1 loonier Sheeting has stood tho teat. Smith & Ambcrg'a. "W DEE3 .A. jR 1 G-- OUR SDBIOIES is an absolute assurance of Style Correctness BETTER SHOES ARE NOT MADE BOSTONI AN AND KNEELAND The Owl Drug Store, managed by Job. Gordon, la a now establishment In Fulton. FOR MEN Fashionable IMPERIAL FOR LADIES Mrs. F. M. Itynn Is visiting relative t'loverport nnd Louisville for a few weeks. In Neckwear Und erwear and Hosiery Brown Wller Is spending tho week with relatives nt ills former home nenr .Nashville. Mrs. J. T. lllvlnga Is reported very low at her home In West Hickman Corri(ht Man xbiiTntr tt Mr In the National Museum ; Washington Relics of consumption. Hooslcr Sheeting brown when you buy It white In less than no tlmo I MILLET & ALEXANDER wo know wi will get our ings. COMINO SOON, uio n i' a worth At a Inter date, Mr. Jones expect u what Uio Columbia Daily On Monday night, Indies will bo to act asldo n certain data for a for admitted free when accompanied by inal opening of tho park. K.iix liclchur Company opun- - paid reserved acat. O ugugemeut lust nigul Tho prlcea will bo 10, 20 nud 30c. 1- Smith & Amberg's. Mrs. Annlo Murphey nnd daughter, of Little Ilock, are visiting her broth er. Gus Townsend, In West Hickman. Gen. II. A. Tyler went to Mnrtln Monday, to attend tho funeral of ono of his old comrades, Dr. W. T. Law ugood ler. thirst-quenche- i (4 a ti l- u.and u. .- g We nro glad to seo this work on. Hlckmnu needs a park, and this la tbo only available nnd suitable place for IL Mr. Jonea Informs ua that the grounds will bo open and free to everybody. Tho only remuneration ho will derive from It la what ho makes on the aato of soft t t.a d" drinks, cigars, confections nnd lunch Th i company will play at tbo Iyr- - goods, which la really n great conit'Ji rek of Mny 10 with an entire venience for thoto who visit this iiss.s of program uvory night. pretty little resort. It may also be We krtw what "The Heart on nn leased for special occasions, such as Ic4 gather ;i and If nil tho rcpctolro la picnics nnd other go-lur play, "Tliu Heart Although tliu price vi i i imu - J aiaui waa but thirty cuuU 4r und company nro well worth 'a. i i. charged by uiuu) popu-u- f t , - J attractions. Tito play U well staged, with two m fci.,... changes of scunury. The 4 feu. was capable, the couiiatiy . i jui pared to luko enru of tlio u,a-roi' a Good vauduvlllo apec- U Mini tbo acta, urnl three cn.tg tii tuna complotcd tbo beat eu- - given ut tbo opera bouse (rL. : Liomy Tonight tbu company an cutlro cbango of pro-(JS3 tbiy will every ulgbt HiU i Manager Archer lina announc-that ladlca who attend tonight - r.itcn coupon untltllni; tbom 'i f" . admUalon on Wednesday ti.M The Udy and tbo tramp will i-' unity 0ura House, proauul-u- 4 SULPHUR Bprlngg SPRINGS PARK. j be-u- I'crcy Jones, leasee of Sulphur I'nrk, cant of this city, Is putting the park In oxccllcnt sbapo for Uio season of 1910. All trees nnd fences have been whitewashed, the grounds cleaned up nicely, buildings whitewashed and other linprorcments of this nature. Ho has mado arrnngo menta to light tho park by electricity and la putting a number of swings nnd benches throughout Uio grounds. A great r Is PEPSO LINE. It goes right to the apot, and The heavy rainfall throughout this the more you drink of It the better section during tho past week, follow. you will feel. cd by cold weather, hns done consid We will bo glad to order anything erable damage to fruit nnd crops. you. wish nt Uie Hlckmnn Furniture The windstorm of Friday night plav Co. Tho largest and best store in ed havoc with many barns nnd orch Western Kentucky. ards In the southern part of this nnd O. Hertweck returned Monday from Obion counties. On tho Frank Cham. bcrs place on State L'no road, 13 St. Louis. While In tho city he took trees were blown down In n small dinner with Wm. IJeckninn and family " wood lot Some of those having formerly of this city. barns blown down nro Jim Arnold, Feeling la said to be very strong Bob Fowlkoa, Mrs. Hettle Sharp nnd In Tennessee against Gov. Patterson Will Nctherland. No loss of llfo is for pardoning Col. Duncan It. Cooper reported. convicted of Uio murder of Senator learn what weye got here for you in smart Spring suit styles, the new cloths in fancy patterns, the new models, the swell tailoring, you couldn't be kept away from us by force. They're 'YlHEN.you young fellows once Hart Schaffner & Marx special creations, for us. The all-wo- ol quality makes them different; the style and making and fit make them different $18.50 to $25.00 In the less expensive lines, $ 0 to 1 Carmack. A. O. Cnruthcrs nnd Postmaster J. T. Stephens wore In I'aducah first of tho week. Mr. Cnruthere was sum moned on tho federal Jury and Mr. Stephens was a witness. Court was ndjourned until next Monday on ac count of tho Illness of Judgo Kv A. T. Edmonston, of St. Louis, su norvi8lng statistician of the labor bu reau of Missouri, was here Monday on business with tho lumber Inter es of this city. ana' daughter. J. It. Graham nnd Mlsa Ruth Grn hnm, of Clinton, spent Sunday with Clarence Graham and wlfo. Ed Webb, of Fulton, was here Fri day helping to make repairs on one of tho big boilers of tbo Hickman Ico &. Coal Co. Tho boiler was "burned o'lt" ono duy last week. Atty. 11. T. Davis bus moved his office to the nortbcaBt corner of tho "Temple of Truth," tho room former ly used aa an office by Sheriff Seat. Mr. Davis expects to put In a now front in this building In a short tlmo nud make other needed Improvements. Among those who attended the fun eral of Wm. C. Johnston, Monday, wuro tho following from Union City Mrs. C. W. llrovard, A. L. Brevard, Sam DoUow, Mrs. Mary Crenshaw and sou, Arch and James Thompson. Also Mra. Isabel, of Woodland, and Mrs. Jennie Cloar, Clayton. $16.50, we show you the same honest values for the. price that we show in the higher priced clothes. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Smith & Amber; Abe Davidson's experimental sow Ing of CO acres of rlco In the Obion Tbu muslcalo and reading glvou by Miss Anna Lynn Dodds, assisted by AND; Screen Wire I All New The Courier will give C year's sub to the person who can guess nearest to the exact official population of Hickman. Open to everybody except government employes. Send Id your guess sealed and marked "Population" on the euvclopo, us they will not bo opened until the of tidal count la received. scrlpUou river bottom Is being anxiously watch ed. If It la successful, every acre In tho Obion river bottom will be worth from $150 to $300. The whole bottom will bo cleared In two or three years and great rlco mills, built nt the ex penae of hundreds of thousands of dollars, will dot tho surface of the tzo Obion and Dyer counties and add bottom. Hlco growlug will revolution millions of dollars to our bunk de posits and taxablo values Uulon City News-Banne- her little friends, last Frldny evening wns greatly enjoyed by tho audience. Tho program wns well nrrauged and beautifully rendered. Much talent was displayed by tho little people. O A now drink a different drink "Dr. Popper" at Holm & Ellison's. O Uov. G. W. Wilson spent Tuesday In Martin. Spring Stock The Cheapest Place in town to buy Screens of course. Talking Pictures at tbo Lyric this week are drawing good crowds, Tbea are motion pictures whoro tho varlou characters talk at least Uie audience Is generally under this Impression and tho pictures uro doubly Interest lug. Tho Judge Co., of New York, la putting on this new feature. Thoy will bu hero only tho remainder of the week. Gon. II. A. Tyler will leavo tomor row for Mobile, Ala., to make arrangements for Forrest Cavalry In tho Confederate He will bo followed by his party Sunday, com posed of Miss Mario Brevard, Hick man; Mra. Hoy McKlnney, chaperon, I'aducah; Miss Frances Harris, sponsor, Jackson; Mlsa Bessie Cox, muld of honor, Mobile, Mlsa Margaret Hoyt, muld of honor, Nashville, Frank Smith and O, Martin, of Martin; Dr. Max Honnliig and Thos Collier, Mem phis; Frank M, Ladd nnd Wm. K. Clark, aldw, MoblU, Call nt tho HlcHntan Furniture Co, T. S. Hamilton, of Louisville, and for nnythlnn you want In furniture. o Adolph Kaler, of New York, wero hero last Friday on business with Wo servo HF.O Harris Ico Croatu tho Mcngel Box Co. Parlors. Mrs. Henry Hawkins will leave tho 12th for Dawson Springs whero she Mrs. 8. M. Hubbard and Miss Char will spend the summer. She will be lotte Hubbard returned homo Sunday uccompanled'ty Dee King, wife nnd after spending several months In Old daughter, of Gayoso, Mo. Mexico and other poluts of Interest. W. Am DODDS stimulant. Steady progress dav bv dav toward nerfect health; that's a tonic. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic, a strong tonic. The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Do not stimulate unless vnur doctor snvs an. He knows. Ask him. Do as he says. LCAutrCoMwMie: CMtle(tea. U fhe one iMawty, RtrvoMt. There is an immense difference between a tonic and a stimulant. Un one dav. wav back the next: that's a Tonic or Stimulant? came of tfrt uu your ooctor v biRoutnets, InifhtMtion, bad rccommtaiKd Ay i PUUto yoir 9 PRETTY IN Wfon S LOIS, Mil I BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ADDIoluN AND -- BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE 9 . more lots, the remainder Will be taken se cent more than I ask for we next y l sell. If 1 There ts, You Want Une rr TXT of l li: 1 he rest of the lots will cost from 25 to oft the market for one year. ints is oy oaas me preiuesi khoiujzwe. rxuriiKi r m riickman ! I I Tl S f rTynese T I - - T it tme w Kieli ts me Tt uso 50 ivow K i &tsy i ttttttttttttttttttttttttti Frcm Fulton County i william m. junnsiun, Cipitol Circuit Court. C. S. Carney vs. Homru Bros, On Oa Are Occasions HEN men require cloths of special elegance and distinguished from others by the aristocracy of refinement Every fabric showing this season is a dream of Beauty, and the Models arc equally charming. Ask to see the samples Genuine and place your confidence in the International Tailoring Co. to make whate'er you need; let it be for business or occasions of special note. All-Wo- ol account. Mrs. I. D. I'rlco vs. LIro Oman. account. W Houchuns & Potter vs. J. A, Mil uur. Suit on account. J. W. Carter & Co. vs. 0. B. Bras field. Suit on account. Dclkcr Bros. Buggy Co. vs. Sam Lovelace. Suit on account, J. ai. Craddock vs W. A. Ootids. Suit for $1000 for breach of contract W. S. Ellison et at vs. Preston F Atwood. Settlomont. Effle McNeil vs. Holley .McNeil. Suit for divorce. A. ai. Roper et al vs. W. H. Wil liams. Suit on noto. airs. Reiulua Kcarby et al vs. Al Ho Klmbro et al. Settlement or Real Estate Transfers. Levi Adklnson to C. O. Schtenkcr, lots In East Hickman, $220. J. F. Dawes to L. B. and Josephine Reeds, lots lu Fulton, 1 1,400. N. H. Belew to C. A. Turner, land. 13775. MILLET& ALEXANDER her son, Judge II. F. Itemley. Her husband, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Hickman, county, died about two weeks ago. ALL S0RTS:44 Little .Miss Frances YVIllard Farrls, daughter of airs. Scott aiosier, of Bettle Davis to W. A. Terry, laud. The bright summer sunshine will route 2, celebrated her 10th birthday, naturally bleach Hoosler Sheetings. aionday. Quite a number of little $1,750. Carrie Norman to J. C. Braun, land, were present. Refreshments J. li. Clark, of Columbus, was at friendsserved and all present had an $3,000. wcro Oakwood Stock Farm, Monday, ou Noah Norman to J. C. Brann, land. enjoyable time, atiss aiosier received business. $o. a number of pretty gifts. Hobt, 11. Norman to J. C. Brann, Oce Harris, proprietor of Harris' W. A. Dodds reports the following land, $3,000. Ico Cream Parlors, Is on the sick building going on: aioso Barkett, Martha M. Norman to J. C. Brann, list this week. residence In West Hickman; N. K, land, y 1,000. residence in Henilr. Gregory, of St. Louis, was hero Neighbors, W. P. Taylor to E. O. Ovcrby, lots Saturday and Sunday the guest of ry Addition; Chas. Daniels, resldenco In East Hickman, $50. in East Hickman; C. E. I'rovow, Miss Homer Green. 11. T. aialcombe, of Denver, Tenn., residence in Bond Addition; W. 11. Roads, of Gold Dust, Tenn., Airs. Hardy Ligou und children A. Johnston, remodeling residence; to W. to Union City after a Homer Proyow, residence In West lanu, fuvv. have returned Hickman Realty Co. to Halo & visit to her father, J. J. C. Bonduranu Hickman; Joe Ridley, reparllng resiWard, laud Just below .Mengel Box Co., $1,750. After the theatre drink a bottle of dence; repairing Episcopal rectory. PPSOLINE. It It the most delicious airs. Nurse Doss, of Dorcna, was E. O. aicConuell to G. S. Miles, in beverage you ever tatted. Makes you heroFrlday, shopping. terest In land, $60. H. F. SmlUi to .Mary B. Watle. lot laugh all over. Horace and Clarence Cook, from lu Fulton, $600. Among the boosters and liberal San Antonio, Texas, were here Uie L. T. Callahan to S. E. Hancock, contributors for the gravel roads of first of the week visiting their uncle. land, $2,100. Judge W. J. Cook, and family. Fulton county are A. Ji. Loet, L. T. Callahan to F. C. Hodges, B. T. Davis, J. J. Seay and Chas. land, 2,100. N'oonoa. B. E. Browder to T. W. King, land near Fulton, $4,70 v. Sarah Frances Vaughn, mothti airs. II. K. Stephenson to airs Molllo of J. F. Vaughn, mauager of the Uso Hodges, land, $2,400. na Hotel, died In Fulton Thursday II K. Stephenson to Hoi Hancock, after a week's nines. She was 74 landl2,400. years of age. W. S. Doty to W. A. aicGehee, lot June 2 Is agreeablo to Senator In Henry Addition, $45. Bradley, who Is orator of the day, as J. A. Hatcher to Gentry Tally, lot the time to dedicate the new CapiIn East Hickman, $30. tol, and the exercises will take place Lillian J. Hall, ox., to A. F Smith uu that day. aud C. B. Roach, laud, $300. A. W. Fowler to Joo Allen, land, F. ai. Case and wife have returned $1,300. from a two weeks' visit to relatives I airs. Fannie Shaw to J. H. Royer, lu I'aducah and St. Ixjuls. air. Case land on No. 8 Island, $5,000. talks of building a residence in W. H. Brown when you onJ.No. 8 Royer to 2,500. T. Royer, land Southern Heights In a short time. Island, It. ai. Isler, wife aud airs. Jes buy it white in S. P. aiorrls to J. S. Morris, land, $300, sie Dillon will leave Sunday for 1'en Vtj less than no time. Win. Whitley to A. B. Kennedy, sacola, Florida, to visit air. Isler's lot In Henry Addition, $42. son, Hob, who has a position with uives you an me It. ai. Metheny to E. K. Whlto and the Southern Express Co., at that place. sturdy wear of the S. II. Stuno, trustees, lots In West Hlckmnn, $1,457.25. We are informed that Dr. Lou best woven brown muslins, and T. W, King to Jno. C. Browder, Naylor and wife, of Cuyco, will move land, ...500. to Hickman in a short time, and will at the same time the satisfaction reside with the former's father, Judge Bulto's Excellence flour Is J. Naylor. Mighty glad to have these of naturally not chemically-bleache- d good peoplo as citizens of Hickman guaranteed by' us. Bottcrsworth sheeting. & Prather. Irs. It. 13. Johnson, wife of the O popular N. 0. & St. L. agent at this As perfect as looms ever produced operated on for a tumor W. Q. Winter, of Jones Cafe, left sUee. was and the cost ts no greater. first of the week for a visit to rela at Nashville the latter part of the jMut week. She Is reported as rest Attend the Hoosier "Sheeting tlvcs and friends In Fulton aud Berk ley. Jg well, but la not yet out of dan r. Sale at O airs. Belle M. Lining to R. N Whitehead,' loU In Fulton, J 1.000. J. W. Ward to Stephen Stahr, old ' mill In Old Hickman, 1,000. H. B. Homer et al to B. G. Halo. land, yitM). Martha M. Norman et al to W, P. Felts, C. E. Rice, Chas. Fluids, W. A. Terry and Jodlu Browder, trustees of Fulton School District, lots In William C Johnston, ono of the oldest citizens of this community, reached the end of life's journey. Sunday. The end camo as a result of a hemorrhage of tho brain. While at tho home of his son, Al Johnston, he was found Friday sitting In his chair In an unconscious condition .Medical aid was summoned and the old gentleman rallied temporarily but gradually sank again until the und c.iiuo Sunday. Previous to tho attack Friday, air. Johnston seemed to enjoy the best of health for a man of his ago S2 years. He has been a resident of this vi cinity since 18SG, at which tltuo bo moved hero from Middle Tennessee. Ho married Mls .Mates Brevard, sis ter of R, B. Brevard, of this city, --and to this union were boru four chilfy tn avutoi dren, all of whom survive him. They are airs. P. Isabel, of Woodland .Mills detail-li- ke FLORSHEIMS and three sons, John, of Orvgon, and Allen and Joe, both of this community. He ts also survived by his wife and numerous grandchildren. DeceasMOST STYLES 35.00 ed volunteered his services to tho Tans and Dull Leathers 4..00 cause of tho South In tho late war Crossett Shoes and Oxfords 3.50 and 4.00 and served with distinction under Morgan until its close. He was a jR-ro- i faithful memoer of tho Methodist 3 church, a good, quiet, peaceable cltl- sen. and was held In high esteem by all who knew him. i Tho Interstate t ... Hickman Lodge 76 Funeral services were hold nt tho slon has anrour, d n i homo Monday morning, concluding F. & A. M. Ing that it Is uDjur l j cemetery. with Interment at tho city Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & A. ablo" for tbi h,ca' Tho Courier extends sympaUiy to tl M.. will ntcet Id regular communica chargo equally f relatives and friends whoso hearts Monday night at 7:30. Vis berths lu slt'lr. d' l tion ate heavy In tho loss of this good Ring noxt dared reductions in rpc brothers cordially Invited. man. l., t j H. N. COWaiLL, Master. e, wnien ruling is r...t O r opening wdg for a e D. OWENS, Secy. Justmeut of sleopini if 'i T Bulto's Excellence Is tho name of Work In E. A. degree. rales for a snort rti , our new, high grade flour, guaranteed i Work In F. C. degree. fixed at $1.(0 for i m - i to bo the best In Hickman. Your Work In M. M. degree. rfn for an uprnr i' money back If not satisfied. Bettors- O company wMI tsV- li C & Prathor. worth Atty. A. .M. Tyler was hero from courts. But tb port, r g , Paducah, aionday and Tuesday. to matter that tftost atf Born to the wife of Corman Vance. O aionday, a flno boy. Of course prices for plumbing and nk ride. RCO the belt lummer O tinning will come down now, but you Your parties sre not ccmp tU Hooslor Sheeting Sate at Smith & will have to got my prices to see Just less REO Is served, Amberg's noxt week. how low tboy go. John Cotton. I - m, A TIE- -different that will not slip at the heel the or off foot. High arch in every and hee- lcomplete all "Natural Shape" tfcL 3b 1 .... Amber , i ' ' - . d- u- o O O Anything you want that wo haven't Don't wall any longer to get that Mlis Llsile T" tv it get In Furnlturo we will bo glad to poultry fenco you need It NOW. We camo over to an order It for you Hickman Furniture have plenty of 1L Hickman Hdw. Patrick weddwjf Company. Company, Inc. o aitai BpUw Oi cw I. ' t ON THE NORTH BY THE NORTH POLE WHEN HUNGRY Z Z BAT AT JONES No. Everything Good to Eat All kinds of o X ui 2 IP Sheetings X H yl 3 LU li Ui Cold Soda Water ' Z o Q ui Q Z D O CQ Cigars, Fruits ' And Candy YOU ARE WELCOME ON THE SOUTH BY THE SOUTH POLE Mi, II. day t, V. Roberts, formerly of arrived in Hickman Satur heme with 4 will wake Co-fon- hr Smith & Amberg Regular services at the aiethodlst church next Sunday morning and eveulng. Preaching by the pastor. Bat Jones' Home Made Bread AND JONES' HOME MADE ICE CREAM Baker Shop and Ice Cream Plant is wide open for inspection at all times to the public. It has been thoroughly overhauled and is one of the cleanest and most sanitary in the state. Nothing but the very best goes into either my Ice Cream or Bread jVly t SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED DON'T FORGET THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GOODS HAPPENINGS I AT CAYCE. CONFEDERATE RE4JNI0N. Lowe Brothers Boone Johnson wns In Fulton Monday. Wu oro nil well plowed with our now preacher. Hlckmnti will send a fairly good delegation to Mobile to tho next week, but not as many, howover as usually attend on these occasions. High Standard Lillian Kdmlaton Misses Wllklns Sunday. In Fulton MU visited thu Liquid Paint one-thir- Miss Jessie Wall spent last week with friends. visited Gives Beit Remit -- And that U the real considers not price per gallon. Loo reiulti d to one Covering t eiulti till nure square feet covered. WeiMesulls Two to three years locger 'service, and surface left in rood condition (or new painting. Nothing better in Hickman or Ful-te- n Prices are right, too. Louniy. Mrs. Molllo Powell Georgln Allen, Sunday. You can get IlEO Mrs. son's. at Helm & Elli- Mrs. Nannie. Crawford, of Dorena, Mrs. Sallle Johnson ond daughter, was hero Tuesday. Mr. Lee Cartli, visited relatives here Miss Fannlo Ingram, of Moscow, Is a few days last week. visiting Mrs. Minnie Samuels. Jim Amnions and Jou Lauderdale, Hooslcr Sheeting week beginning better known as "Slick" and "I'ear Tree," and two of Hickory Flat, Miss. Monday at Smith & Amberg's. most popular youni; men, are spendIf our work don't suit you it don't ing a few days with homo folks. cost you a cent. Moore & Oliver. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with Local Applications, as they can not reach tbo seat of tho disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to euro it you must lako Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly on tbo blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Cutarrh Cure is not a quack medlclno. It was prescribed by ono of tbo best physicians In this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of tho best tonics known, combined with tho best blood purifiers, acting directly o the mucous surfaces. Tho porfect combination of tho two Ingredients is what produces such wondorful remits In curing Catarrh. Send for free. Frank J. Cheney & Co,. Props., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Get our prices for painting and paper hanging. Satisfaction guaranteed Gus Aloxan'dcr and Harry Millet were In Union City Sunday afternoon. Buy your groceries from the Hick man Grocery Co., and save 5 per Wade I'owell, of Oakton, on business last week. Jrjck Harries returned Sunday from was hero Three States. CowyilPs Drug (Incorporates) OPERA Store 29th. HOUSE APRIL ssl' a t( ukj I'holo-l.i- , SHOTS Sir. Mason lixr ry Homo Taluiit, ou Frl-atusai April 29 under thu uusplt--tt cent. Telephone your grocery order to the Old Reliable all goods delivered. No. 38 MIsb Jennie Matson and Miss Le ila Shaw-- , of Stato Line, were here Monday shopping. Uiu cntiiou hplstopul church. Under of Miss Crltchfleld. O really our own tbu married uien uro subject H ii ,r wives, tliu bachelors obey t uudludy, tbo old tualila cuter 1 lii it cats and poodle while all t u Low to tbo weak UiIuk culled fuli-opinion. Wo couio into thin end without our cousout, and leave 't iga.ust our protest, and while kick at everything that crosses Mr paiL, but nit to no purpose. The orld ai;s on, not caring whether iir or die, laugh or cry, shout or O 'lb, not caring n farthing why, till 'urn up our toes and dlo and then We want nil' the local newt. If "wje to freeze or fry. you cannot see a reporter, call No. Home phone. Tk your produce to C. II. Mooro, 21 Cumberland or 04 hUl. llljfaest rrlcea paid. Do you read the Courier T few of ub oro c it-r- For the benefit of those who expect to attend and have never before been to Mobile, It might bo of Inter-es- t to them to know that this city hns two hundred years of romantic history. It was the first seat of government for the vast territory of Louisiana. It was formerly called Fort Charlotte. In Its cemetery, the Judgment day, are tho earthly remains of Gen. Braxton Bragg, Admiral Raphael Seemes, tho belove l Father Ryan, and many other notables of Confederate fame. Near Uio city, at the Gulf of .Mexico entrance to Mobile Bay, is Fort Morgan, where Admirals Buchanan and Farragut fought a great naval battle e on August 0, 1864. Near it is Island, which was the rendezvous of I'nkenhnm's forces of the remnant of tho British army after the battle of New Orleans In 1812. Mobile has been dominated by French British, Spanish, Confederate and Federal powers and Is hence a very historic city, and its citizens take pride in its history. That which concerns many Confederates just now Is hotel accomodations. They are magnificent If not ample. One company owns the leading hotels, and In so far as there Is capacity, accomodations will bo first class. Bail-phln- I Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will either collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. s This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) ST. T. PTT iT iQKT, Mauagor. Always Something New IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Two Large Purchases r ---TV . I. this week, so if you have not yet found what you want, try now. We make every effort to give our customers the most attractive line of moderately priced hats to be found anywhere. It will pay you to call here first. SMITH & AMBERG Tho Battle Houso Is now on the slto of tho hotel of the same namo T. Stephens and Miss Julia lu tho sixties. The headquarters of J. Jackson spent Sunday In Union City Gen. Mlckle, U. C. V. will bo located In with their sister, Mrs. Murphcy. the lobby of this hotel, also tho ConFor a cup that will call for another federate Veteran aud tho Jefferson drink everybody Coffee," for salo Davis Home Assqclatlou. by tho best grocers of Hickman. The Cautbon House Is about two Miss Irene Fnrls returned Tuesday blocks away. Tho Bienville Hotel Is night from nn extended visit to her an annex to tho Cautbon. Theso latter hotels face upon a public square sister, Mrs. Hoy McKlnney, at In which. It Is understood, a brass airs day band will dlscoursa The stavo mill was closed a few and night. days this week while the live rolls The tented area Is to be down by were being installed In the lumber the bay where the famous shell road chuto. was an attraction until terlfic storms Elvis Hall, who hns been hero the destroyed it a few years ago. Sevlast two weeks tho guest of C. T. eral street car lines and different Bundurant and wife, left Sunday nigh standard railroads will carry passenfor Pnducah. gers from tho hotel area. Tho audiy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kllpatrlck, torium, a large tent, Is to be convenient to tented quarIlrooks and Itobert Kllpatrlck, aud brothers of thu groom, attended thu ters. It Is expected to have "music all tho day" aud that comrades will nuptials. lack nothing that can be dono for Bishop Woodcock, of Louisville, their comfort. Tho Courier believes Bishop of Kentucky, preached two every veteran who can do so should very Inurestlug sermons ut St. Paul's attend these meetings. At best, yon Episcopal Church, Sunday, can only go to a few moro the ranks Coffee at night keeps you awake, are thinning fast too fast, Indeed, doesn's It? Then drnlk a bottle of and In a surprisingly short time, PEPSOLINE Instead. It aids diges- oveu the pleasant associations of tho tion while It tickles the palate. will be a matter of history. On Thursday evening of last week O Miss Virginia Luten aud Miss Virginia Prather entertained tho Dachu-lo- r Tom Willis, a youug man employed Girls and the I. T. girls, and a by Bud Darnell, was kicked by a few others in honor of Miss Anuie mule last Friday evening aud died Ellison, one of tho liachelor Club Saturday morning. Willis boro a members. A contest was nn inter- good reputation and was well liked esting feature. A wedding book Was by all who knew htm. O presented Miss Ellison, In which thu guestB wrote good wishes. Fortune Because of a ruling of Judge Bugg tolllug on tho Weja Hoard whs thu agulnst so doing, the papers of Fulsource of much atuusemeut. Crouiu ton county aru no longer ablo to aud cuke were served. Tho guosts give their readers the names of the were Mcsdumeu A. It. Stone, C. T. Jurymen iu advanco of circuit court. liondurant, Uoy Clark, A, E. Kennedy Newspapers of other counties do this Henry Sanger, Will Helm, and Misses but In this county it Is a thing of Mzzlo Amberg, Mario Ilrovard, llettto the past until wo get another Judge. Bellow, Ruth Ellison, Louise Atwood, O Mattle Mai Seay, Anuie Cowglll and Km4 Um OMrier. Hazello Johusuu. Mrs. old-tlm- o locat-cd-"verKlllson-Kllpatrlck A Chance to Save Money! We have a lot of things left at the Oil Mill, and will sell them to you. cheap. We have Bricks, Fence Posts Sheet Iron, Iron Tanks Water Pipe, Shovels, Forks Cinders, Wagon Scale Cochran Water'Heater Large Oil Tank Small Tanks Engine Indicator Ring Oil Pillow Blocks Settling Tank, Shovels, Forks Roll Top Desk, Large Table Two Small Tables Addressograph and type Stenographer, Ch'rs 3 Plain Chairs Safe, Stoves Bookkeeper's Desk and Stool Burrough's Adding Machine Cabinet for Stationery Water Filters Small Counter Scale Postal Scale Letter Press See me at the Oil Mill Office RUSSELL JOHNSON HAD A PRIVATE MENAGERIE No Othsr jplsnatlsn, ferCetonsl's uuiertsK Btsms Pesslblt, WORTH MOUNTAIN! rro sunatp U suro to'i bV'jrriprfoscd and puzzled, tf not actually , thrilled, by the presence , cf h blind man In. uuu) UrohlriE citadel at' feder" allsm: n senator without power to see. tho younge-s- t member of the "American houso of lords." representing tho youngest stato In tho Union. If, ,tho story, of Senator .Goro , of Oklahdma coold' serve n6 other purpose than to Illustrate bow a bravo heart and persistent amhjtjoncan overcome even tho greatest dlfftcut ties In life it would be worth telling. Loyalty to a set purpose, maintained resolutely through 23 years of bitter struggle, raised this poor blind American boy to a scat In tho most distinguished body In the world, although he 'sometimes lived on tho verge of itartatloh. Nothing could shake his Xletermlhallon to b"n senator, lie had no eyes, but he had a tongue. He bad no money, but he had courage. He was obscure, but he had a high ambition. He could not see tho world about hlm?but'ho had a smile to win It, a perseverance to compel srccn-carpetcd g 'Hit's n wondor lo me," Mid the old family srrvant, 'Mat rte ol' kunnel don't go Into do circus business, out an' out ho see so many anlmlles 'Ions; 'bout do Chrls'mus time, an' dry does 1 HE visitor to Washington who looks down from the gallery upon tho sleepy; slcb funny tricks! Leastways, dat what ho say. Only ylstlddy do preacher come ter seo him, rldln' of his nl' I blln' bo en do hoss what blln' tn one eye on' w'en de kunncl splod i htm he holler out: 'Git off dem two . J.I t . -.l..t..nt. mm lu n utlfc .llftur. HIUUIC. I mn UfVK'riAiiia, for' ho bite dn.llfn outen youl An' shoo dem two monkeys off yo' shnul- der, an' don't let dat glraffo poke hla long neck In my winder!' Well, suh. de preacher wut cl'ar kerflutnmuxed, be wut, scoln' ei dar warn't nuttln' 't all dar but htm an' bis ol' blln' hoss; but w en no seen de kunnel grab his ol' war musket an' holler dat he'd shoot dem monkeys off his shoulder, de prcachor say: 'lwd hop htm J an' do time dat ol' blln' hoss made g It- tin back tor whar he come fum wut too quick ter be sot down In da racln' rlckorda!" Atlanta Constitution. 1 OF flOH During Change of says Mr3. Clins. utnimcvme, vt t ... iwi' u,vaj Life Xptonts7lS51 worth feU to D,1 lift ttentta, nejerforseitot. PT. friends DELAY IS DANGEROUS, When tbd klJnoys ate sick, the whole body Is weakened. Aches and pains and urinary Ills come, and there Is danger of diabetes and durV this trylnu tVricd. restoration to l.tSltl i to mo that for the 7 It- - ...... iSfniW - & 1 v viurr inr( ltrU,.OranlteviYi; X ))3S v."- Lul r Its admiration and support, A few months after Mississippi was readmitted to the Union Jhom-a- s Pryor Gore was born on, an farm 30 miles from tho 'nearest Here the boy grew up among the creeks nd7 pines." a stocky, gray-eyestruggle in his native spot nnd to go back to llttlb fellow, who could outrun any of his companions. Texas. Ileforo leaving Walthall he mado a vow When he was six years old the village of Walthall that be would novcr enter tho vlllago again until was established In tho woods nearby and the be could return to bis neighbors a United States Gore .family went.thre 'to Jive. Young Tom atsenator. tended a small school set among the trees outThat year In Texas was a hard one. Goro side of the village. threw himself Into politics with passionate en -At 'thence of tight years thoboys left eye ergy. Ho was a delegate to me ropunsi conven-an arcldpntaljljlow jfrom a stick., tlon at St. Louis which nominated Mr. Bryan nnu Three years' rate? ho was employed as a page, in 80conded tho nomination. In December, 1S96. he luuaiKsipiji kdv) ftno, po,vaed;t the houso nnd hls brother opened n law ofllce. It was a of "Senator J. 2. George Jn Jackson. One day, nrce struggla with tho world. His father, moth- while playing, with a. crossbow, an arrow entered er and brother lived with him Sometimes they bis right eyo nnd destroyed bis sight wero without a single dollar. In spite of bis affliction young Gore managed In April, 1S99, "Core's fortunes had sunk so 8 hJ age , to" that ho appears in tho street with frayed 17 years entered a clothing, broken shoes and a Msage white with which was opened. Hero ho craduallr became. deprivation. One day It seemed as though he bad totally- - blind', yet ho mastered tho high school come faco to face wth actual starvation, when an course. negro woman paid $2 which she owed him While Gore was attending, the high school his old theajtuatlon. closest companion was a classmate, Charles H. and that saved When Mr.' Dryin was nominated, at Kansas Plttman.. This 'youth, tfscd to read toiblm. 9 no Cj(y Inji900 Gore found bis way to the crowd that day they found an old volume of tho Congressional Record. Going out to the stable, the blind surrounded tho convention. He was now a Demostudent would stand for hours whilo Plttman read crat, f . to him the speeches of tho , .It might help blm.on his way to the senate If lie could make speeches in the neighborhood . of a national convention. During that winter Gore and his sister taught school for n few months. All the while his mothHurrying on to South Dakota be bad only $7 er, a bedridden invalid, read to him history, biogleft when bo got there Goro went to the dtate raphy and other subjects connected with his poconvention and secured an engagement to speak, litical plans, and he' would sit by tho bed, a in tho stato during the presidential campaign. In strange smile on hls'bllrid countenance, dreaming this way ho picked .up $1,000. Then he went back and brooding and waiting for the day when ho to Texas nnd married a beautiful girl. "It was might take1 part In thb great battle of politics Uko love at first sight," he said, laughingly. ' other nJen: .After the presidential campaign was pver His. great chance came In the spring of 1891. Gore's $1,000, earned in tho South Dakota tour, The P6pullst movementwas spreading rapidly eooa melted away, and llttlo money caroo In to and he joined It. In the state campaign for a take its place. In 1901 things went so badly with .legislature, to elect a United ..States senator ha hlmand bis senatorial prospects seemed so dim, ('took up' the' cause of Darksdaie against George; when an advertisement of an auction of land ' although ns a boy he had lived In George's bouse. thai In the newly opened Kiowa, Comanche and lots He . vApcho reservation In Oklnhoma appeared In the Th blind orator shrank from no conflict even dchatfcd with Senator Money, whose tongue newspapers ho decided to leave Texas and purall, Mississippi dreaded and who smiled majes sue his great ambition In tho new country. tlcally wben told that his opponent was "a' poor." As a first step tho elder Gore, now a white-haireblind schoolboy." Senator Money declared that' man, went to Oklahoma and bpcame but for his antagonist's blindness, ho would hold notary public In the hope of earning fees from him personally responsible for bis words a crowds. In July, 1901, the blind the deadly thing to say In Mississippi. Gore promptlawyer and hla brother went to the new land, ly replied, "Let him then- - blindfold himself and I driving 45 miles In a wagon to Fort Sill. Here , will meet him." Gore lived In a tent with his father and brother In September of that year he went to tho law in the midst of an excited crowd. His father sat school at Cumberland university,' Tennessee, nnd tnsldo as a notary, while be, attired In an alpaca studied law for ten months. He was one of the coat, colored shirt and slouch bat, walked up and leading six students in a class of j2. This expo-- ' down before the tent, waving, hla band and shoutrlence cost him $331 and he returned to his Mising. ''Here's whore you get your papers outl sissippi village .with only 25 cerjtsln bis pocket Here's tbo right place to get your land papersl" in a suit of clothes be had worn Tor 14 months. In the' daytime ho entreated the crowd; at night He:had almost been ;6mnellMPto leave the-- law bo slept on the ground. school months before for the lack of suitable Falling to draw n land claim, tho Gores moved clothing. out four miles to Lnwton, an encampment on the Yet his unquenchable, ambition' to reach the United States senate grew more Intense as the open prairie. Hero 15,000 porsons wero living in grass was waist tents where tho wild blue-stedifficulties of bis situation Increased. high, It was a Uabylon of gamblers, fakirs, fannGore's father had taken up tho practice of ers and business men, all waiting for the openlaw in WaUhall 'and. on returning from tho law ing of tho land on August C, There wero grocery school in 1892 the youth was wolcomed as an tents; gambling tables assistant In the ofllce. That year, too, be was a and hardware stores In In tonts; churches and presidential elector .on tho Populist ticket, at- -' and shows Innewspapers wero printedsaloons in tents. tents. Even Grover Cleveland on the stump and carried tacked Poor men, rich men, preachers, tblovcs were bis county. mixed up In that picturesque, dramatic hurly-burl- y occuThe practice of law was not an Inspiring ot mules, wagons, women and children. Men pation in Walthall. Tbero wero actually 45 lawwere killed, children wero born, robberlos wore yers in that small, poor vlllago. The blind advocommitted. cate tried n few cases. Three days nfter the lots were sold and while After a itwo years effort to. earn a living as ana lawyer In the place, of his blrtb Gore decided I.awton was still n tented camp, there was big other political mass meeting, this time In tbo 'to go to Texas. tent of Dick Husioll, a saloon keeper, Goro was Having 'saved $40, be started in April, 18S4, there nnd offered a resolution favoring tho adfor Texarkann, arriving there an absoluto stranto the ger with ouly $21 in his pocket. He secured a mission of Oklahoma and Indian territory boarding houso and promptly offered himself to Union as a single state, orA few days later and tho men ot the Populist leaders for service in tho approachganized a citizens' committee to get a charter ing state and county elections. His political and organize a city government, Of courro Gore spech'es brought In money enough, to pay bis exwas there and of course be was on the committee. penses, but be found no chance- to practlco law, o Walthall and for a . ,Tben a commercial club was organized by the la the winter-btent dwellers nnd Gore was on the committee to year made another desperate effort to win success He tulsscd no opportunity that as a lV)'er. Ho was nominated for congress by draft might lead to tho senate, .jj, the Populists, but was "defeated, Yjl hfo upeecbes " Presently ho bought a small Jot for ? 1G5 and Ja tbeawpulKn attracted milch attention, started to build a 'cottage- through 'the help ot a Oa the last day of tbo year 1895 tho. sightless and unsuccessful lawyer decided to abandon the building and loan agency. Wbcii his wife reached d Lawton In October Cdro was still In his lent His wlfo fell sick nnd for four months he was i her only nurse, save when their bahr cnhio In January. When they moved into their own cottage and furnished It with n stove and a "tow Krtlcles of furniture they had only fl left They had to rent out three of their five rooms. The baby was. born in desperately cold weather In n room heated only by a tiny rook stove. It lived only 17 days and was burled on the. prairie. That winter trlod the man In him. For months he nnd his fair, young: wife lived on scanty portions of bread, beans and beef Hrer, 'with syrup mado of sugar dissolved In water fatal Ilrlcht'a disease. Kidney Doan's Pills cure sick kidneys and Imparl strength to the wbolo system. Mrs. M. A. Jenkins, Quanta, Toxas, says; "I was so badly run down that the doctors told me there was no bore. I was so low my relatives were called In to see ue before I died. Different parts ot my body were bsdly swollen and I was told I had dropsy Dosn's Kidney Pills saved my life, and made It worth living." Homember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fostcr-Mllbur- n qua tutuicsui Mnkham'a Iclno wo know of ICDU Vrcctatte c.ttpoST' or more taau riyran t curing female ccrcpbiati Sht, irr(i,i.ji. julns, backaae, nnd nerroni rroraUjn, idJ it ..;. unequalled for cirrr!n ivdnssi tiui u ill iiiirTir t .lliMt.Ji. J "ir.:,""C ,UfB iaS Trisq Bottle Eras) By Ma Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. Jllpi IS Vu lawmakers-aJVash-ington- d land-craz- ' " - e went-baek-t- -- for dessert All through this time his wife encouraged his political ambitions. In April. 1902, Gore managed to go as a delegate to the territorial convention that was to choose a delegate to congress from Oklahoma and his speech In response to the welcome of the mayor of Knld so struck the fancy of the delegates that there was a movement to make htm the choice Ho declined the honor In favor nf the convention. of others, It was a shrewd ruovo and counter balanced tho fact that he was a newcomer tn Oklahoma. Tbo result was hat he was elected to the territorial senate. Tho fight for n seat In the United States senate Having Introwas .no" pressed systematically. duced a child labor bill In the legislature and declared his friendship for organized labor. Gore spent the year 1903 In widening his acquaintance, attending picnics, barbecues and county fairs, lecturing far anything from $5 to $25, shaking hands and smiling his way Into their with the cro-vd- s hearts. Then came tho presidential campaign of 1904 nnd Gore got It or 15 a day from tho Democrats for speaking In Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. He had no dcslro to go back to tho territorial legislature, knowing- that his great ambition could be better served by tbo publicity ot service In the national campaign. Gore fought hard for Oklahoma's admission to the Union. No man was mora activo In the agitation. Ilut ho would not go to the national capital. "I won't go to Washington tilt I go with the right to speak and vote In tho senate," he said. The statehood bill was pasaod by congress In 190C. Then the political air of Oklahoma was "full of razors" as the struggle for tho two new scnatorahlfs began with tho primary campaign to elect a legislature. Gores opponents were both He rich men, wlfo spent their money freely. stayed In Guthrlo, borrowing money to pay the $4 50 a week which It cost him to live. Doing at the capital, he met men from all over the state and was able to make shrewd combinations. It was a tragic thing to see a blind man bar asscd by poverty fighting against his rich rivals. one a "banker nnd the other a lawyor, but however ho bled Inwardly, Gore gare no sign that be saw anything pathetic In bis nttuatlon. His friends wanted him to abandon his ambition for a time and run for congress, "It Is the senate or nothing," ho replied. In April. 1907, he began to make speeches all over the state. Ho spoko on street corners, from the tops of boxes, from cart tails, anywhero, everywhere, night and day. The leading; nowspapers Ignored hla, hllo his rivals wero able to buy advertising space and one of them hired brass bands, opera houses and advanco agents. In March ho bad mortgaged hla house for $1,000, but tho money was toon gono. To get his n.irno on the primary ballot, undor tho rules of tho Democratic stato convention, be hnd to pay $375. Dut on tho last day allowed for tbo payment ha found himself wtth only $8. In sheer desperation he mado put his check for $373 and paid It In. A Mr. Young saved him by raising the money to meet tho check. As tho voting drew near tho blind candidate's circumstances became more desperate than ever Ho was spending about $21 a week for traveling expenses. To get out of money at that stage ot tho light would have been fatal. Ho mado from two to four speeches a day, although ho would sit up all night In hotels to save paying for a bed. and ate only ono meal a day. At times ho would go from one day to another on cheese and crackers carried in his gripsack. So great was the physical ordeal that he lost SO pounds weight Gore won bis fight In the primary election and was elected to tho United States senate by the legislature, drawing tho short term. The struggle cost him $1,100, exclusive of tbo $375 he paid to get his name on the primary ballot One of bis opponents. Is said to have spent $70,000. It was a grand day for Oklahoma when ber blind man rot Into tbo United States senate. In 1808 ho went homo and was When ho rcackod Lawton a checrlnz crowd Burmnniit the cart (ago and took him and9 his wife to (heir cottuger f'Ae roar after on 'the air he turned tb his wlfo nnd whispered, "They don't teem to xnow mat it's only iae." roar-brok- For Settlsment "That fellow seems to tako himself very seriously." 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R ccrous, or It Is perfectly harmless and safe, for young andowwu itKf liabit-formin- TAKE fSKXSXV 'J1 Jll J3J CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "After my doctor had dons all he said hc ajjjdJg" writes Mrs. Wm. Hllllard, of Mountalnburg, Ark., so rnu dul, on the advice of a friend, and it helped rtie "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered few gooa troubles for five years, but since taking It, I am in k advice in jw jr "I think there Is some of the best iry that 1 ever saw." Your druggist sells CarduL w wtm intiruat&Mt Writ tot Udki' Adyliorr Dwt. Cbitunoo maBt-pu- c dwi iiuuis vtea.. v- -; - ,(,. A Minister's Indigestion Rev, Fletcher of Tennessee Suggests s ncmeay ussea on personal experience Ycu Can Qet It Free. 1. I cle Joe" k an Agent of Dan Cupid I The "line, t o Jo Matrimonial tin real" had n moat modcat beginning. Out ln Stowardaon, III., thcro llres a young; farmer who haa been rending all aorta of nowapapcr atorlca and mags-sin- e nrtlclca about tho higher coat of living. Ho read that lota of young peo- i rimvGTOV -- On U. Whlto .Itus- limm r ticket rrtfntatlTM reposes "Cupid." It Indorsed L iUnr Mtlnct of tho "Unclp Jofe piai)iiiipii- nr i.i jrtt ni i"' Incorporated. Kvery -- .i ih nntlnnnl every quarter of i.i surcenso from i tho. ' a SOU10 oi mum latMl. and otnera vani "(rtta a (mn men and women, ymin and tuy tho land pans of i t. nro ,rmi. to maun I pit and others will M1j4 . Iklne. that I. r' . . (to trot or ercn amblo In doutlo LrBMt they want fctM. chooser," o no on or ple did not got married becauao th toat of living waa audi that penury and anrrow atarcd thorn In tho faco. Ho waa a bachelor and prosperous, nnd It occurred to him that somowhore In tho land there muet bo tho mate that would make hta homo happier nnd brighter, that might be Juat yearning to get married, yet acarcd by all thla talk of porcrty and trouble Tho young man wroto to Speaker Cannon. Ho wroto a modcat poatal card to aay that he had a farm of 120 acrea, nnd that, like tho hotel bualncaa, thoro waa "always room for ono more." Ho put It up to tho apeakcr to furnlah the one more. Then Uncle Joe In the goodneia of his heart told a nowapapcr man about tho young farmer, nnd the nowapapcr man put a piece In tho paper and the flood of Icttera atartcd. There la nnthtn that la an muh eniirtit s a reniHy for stomach trouble, and li.nre you will be Interfiled In know now inn uev a. J. rietcner 01 Ituiner- lorn, xenn., whnaa Picture we preant neratrlth. rurpil hla Imtlcettlon. To ua mi own words, ha says. In part: "I received tha sample hotlWi of I)r Caldwell's flytup repaln that I asked Iou lo send me, nnd no mistake In ordering It. I hnve been troub el with dyspepsia, and Indl irww inure Fwlensr rvnuuii about ur sixty taken mnny remedies, reora, and hs Caldwell's Syrup l'epiln ha done me more lood than anvlhlnir alaa. I am 71." nr. Caldwell's Ryrup I'lpaln has hfen sold In drug; stores for twenty years. Thi rrlre la only M cents or II a bottl. It la rsorclallr adanted to the uses of ba bies, children, women nnd old foUie. Ita buritr la vouched to the aovernment. and results from lis use are xuaranteed. If vou have never tried It send name and address for a fre trial bottle, which will be cheerfully aent to your homo prepaid. If there la any medical advice that you want, or anythltm about your condition mat rou oon i unueraianu. wnia ine aoe lor. Address your letter. Dr. W. II. Caldwell. MI Caldwell Hide. Monllcello, sfter R- Hopeless, Britain's Rulers. I Mr. Lloyd George Is pleasantly "Your store Is no good, sir! proud of his nationality, but It Is nm.v asked for laco curtains last week, and zlne that bo had to go back to Queen tcMalAth and tha Tudor "to find" his.'' "Yes. And I asked tor s(lk vocka torlcal precedence for n Welsh gov crnment of Great llrltnln. On tho yesterday, and 1 couldn't get em," .j "Thnt's strange." other hand, Knglnnd has often been I asked for credit, and "And ruled by Scotsmen. Of tho last three premiers, two Sir Henry can't even get that Is this a reguand Mr. Halfour were lar store, or what?" gcotcli. Mr. Gladstone sat for a His Fsee Was Turning Yellow Scotch constituency, nnd so docs Mr, him that sallowncas was Someone Asqulth. Ireland has alwaya been caused by told Inactive liver. lie bCRnn nn busy supplying us with governing taking- - NATUHE'8 11EMKDY. Ma natural cleared. Ills returned, hla men. The duko of Wellington, Lord. color again active. brnln tablets never llyel fall was Nil Roberts, Lord Charles Ueresrord, to correct tho liver, they remove the bile, aid digestion nnd tone the) system. Better Lord nusscll and a 'deccn others than rills for Uver Ills. Tako ono tonlnht Immediately occur to one. It Is and you'll feet better In tha mornlnt, Oet All odd to remember that It is cen- a ISo nox.Co., Druggists. Tha A. IL'Uswis Medicine) fit Louis. Mo. turies slnco Great llrltnln had a purely Kngllsh sovereign, The Tudors To love abundantly Is to llvo wero Welsh. Tho Stuarts wero Scotch, abundantly, and to love forever is to William HI. was a Dutchman and tbe llvo forever. Drummond. Guetphs aro of German descent London Chronicle, 'dr'V to-da- y is the. world aW Quaker ScptcliQats v sjood lJatcn inevcry , tj sVsrr "T Campbell-Dannerma- n country; cAtcri by infants, athletes, youne and old. great str'cngtlf'V builder. Recognized'' asfqthe Delicious and cconomicaL Tacked In repilar puck area; also' trPhe metlcally sealed Una for hat cllmatss. The Dog Settled It. The multimillionaire was uncertain. "Jlul how do I. kndw, you, .qriri ajip-port my daughter in mo manner to which sho has been accustomed?'' he demanded, dubiously. Tho Imported nobleman smiled 1 GASTORIA rorlnfttnti stud blandly. "I will go xe test;" ho volunteered. ','What test?" "I will lit with you one year and seo' how sho Is accustomed nnd sen I will know what to say.' Hut just then James tho footman, liberated tho J 5,000 bulldpff. ' Chlldrf. III. The Kind You Havo Always Bought ting IhcSlomachs NOT VERY REASSURING. Mior for Owney the Postoffice Dog ha-a- nitre la mora Rttarrti M tfiM sectlen of tlie eoontnr ban all ollirr StoMrea put Uvtthrt. art until tha laat luppMta to b bjcurabla. For a mat i?w rears aimil.tlind lIvFnndnrutDodiila, and Bowels of ALC0H0L-- 3 PER CENT Awfietabk Preparation forAs Bears the Signature of X about (p como ,n' n,f was Jen. "Owney"n'tlr-a.d-, a dojj,. Ho 4of. 'tilt IU, bat be la III be on exhibit 'nt .tird remains fotlo Vallcr expoa'tlOn.'to'bo held aclsnatl next autumn, Mtstitcr Qoneral Hltchcodk iimnred o wnd. o postal exblbl- Tho Chief clerk of wits show iffortment baa notified tho expo runaitrraent that ho Jnaa so ld b trading features of tho Kia. which will bo forwarded in i'4 tins for tho opening;. lit Owner" ulll Ret tho place of Tbe dog's story makes icnee Hi j Almost It year afro tho little rA trrrlrr waa found curled up ea top of lorae mall bags In Ha had sito2ce at Albany. i itfuce from tbo cold. Tbo mall kwNEY" U 2l ha They at length trt tlm "Owney" becquso of tho ptct qacttlon: "Who It your adopted b!ru, tiiy be followed tbo malt wagon uutlon and boarded a carwhllo tho mall waa being loaded. Ho waa unobserved till after tho train had started. Then the clcrka, aent him back to Albany. After that ho made frequent trips. Tho cmployca of tho offlco tagged him "Ownoy, Albany I'ostofncc, Albany, N. Y." The requested other mall clerks to ami tags to him cn hla trips showing whero he had been. He toon becamo aocxten-alva traveler, however, that ho couldn't carry hla taga. While, he waa once paaslng through Washington the postmaster general gave him a act of harness. From this tho taga were fhen auspended. Ho traveled from placo to place, alwaya following the mall. In addition to covering the United States nnd Canada, he visited Kuropo and Asia. Tbe mikado of Japan presented him with a silver medal upon which waa engraved tho national coat of anna. "Owney" met a death not In keep Ing with hla honored life. At Toledo, on one of hla journeys, be was chained ln tbo basement of tbo postofTlco. A phplographti' attempted to take his picture. "Owney" barked his objecA clerk sought to sooth him tions. and was bitten. The clerk spread the report that tho dog was rand, and a policeman shot bttn. Now ho goes back to Ohio, honored, but still a very dead dog. o vwbw naaV yean aoruiri pnjiwwinu n m local Erran&rd h kwilrrmrdlra, and br rocitaotlf hunt trMimrtt. Droaourrfrd It Inetlrabla.r, ruu pwrm Catmrrb to be a coutltuttocal Kclrac and tbrrtfora require eoiutltauonal treatment. liana emiarro Hire, manuwiumi vt r, 4. wamrr Oonnitotlonal ran 00 Co.. Toledo, Otit H the lb market. It la takra Internally Si Gone from IS aropt to a trupoonhit. It arti dtrrtUr on tr blood and mucous turtares of tba arnera. They oner eoa Hundred dollar! lor anr ear It taut to cur. 8b4 lor rlmilari and tentlmoniala. miwu, vum AGoren: r. J Fokl br Dnirt Irta. lie. 7sl Hall's raolir IUU (or octlptloa. olr Promotes Didcsrmn.Chcirful- nnftlJcct rnnMln. npllhcr Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC nc . (.hi.l.s p;p,rouDrsm'a.imm "Tho doctor throws lots of work in Rheumatism Is Curable bis brother's way." NATUIlirS ItEMEDY (Kit tablets) will "Is his brother a doctor, too?" cur lUieumatlsm and do It quickly. It so "No. He's an undcrtnkcr." thoroughly cleanses and reculutcs the WASTED A Or Else Burn. Carnegie, apropos ot his. epigram about tho disgrace ot dying rich, said at a dinner In Washington: "Why should any ono dlo rich? There are no pockets In a ellroud, and as for the man who'd like to tako his money with him, why, even if ho managed to do so, it would only melt" Andrew In 1 ClS.MS.f lf,ayerrVewfi Rirnpriv fnrCnnsllDfi- ' lion .Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, 0rmS,LOnVUI5!On3,rewri3ir ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of 0 FORTUNE ON SKIN TROUBLE kidneys, liver and digestive system tlmt tta cures seem almost magical, ltesults you'll cunrunteed. Take one reel better In the morning. Get a So Lewis IJox. All Druintlsts. Tlw A. UedJclne Co., St. Louis, Mo. Tm Centaur Compant.. NEW YORK. Use For Over Thirty Years. iiti It lought Friend Poor, Found Him Rich WE3 can't bo mentioned In this itcry It must atand upon Its own It A former Clevclandcr, now res- t la Washington, got word that uttland friend was In town. Ho M out tho friend's' address. One he told his wife ho would M tall. Ho took a car and cot t a certain circle. Two streets N( this running In tho snmo He thought ho took the t one In point of fnct he took vrocg, One Is a resi sts district, the other la mado up In tin buildings. Ho paused beforo Dumber that bad clvcn him as iddress of his friend.' "Ho" gazed it the dusty, dirty outside In dls-fl Tbcn ho went home. h bsdn't tbo heart to go any fur- fr. He told hla wife. "John must hMng In awfully bard luck." ey didn't you co to seer his P demanded. "Ho may bo ill nnd he," from . l-flrst-claas round Hog TIP Rank Faker, Says Moore P9 '"LIS L. MOOrtE. chtef of the leather lilirunn I. II. nf "crouch " lln hn lirrnmo ftllCJ nt Hl rrn,.n,l n. n l.nal. ' rival. Ho bclloves his competitor le let In for a sharo of .crltl-ind not nit nt it hi. m m,v n bureau. m roasted if tbo weather Is hot. M roasted If tho weather Is cold. f1 ben It rains tho abuse heaped terrific. matter what we do It Is wrong. miss tbe time of tho coming tun by half nil limir nr.. efossly incompetent. People 'I'eeches and say the weather Is spending too much monoy. C,.?i"bodjr wr'te n ,onK Thoy say we V sr.tlc'9 about us. " nV8 been right for two days ueua sluco tut, 'mMftjii was M lou never pick up a paper," Moore, "that you don't fia criticism of tho weather said seo toi us la i?4 nw "I began to have nn itching over my Ungenerous Lavlshness. whole body about seven years ago and "Your former husband never comGuaranteed under the FooriStf this settled In my limb, from tho kneo plained about tbo alimony!" arrr. soamutr. Exact Copy of "Wrapper. taa sa-rato tho toes. I went to seo a great many "No," answered Mrs. Fllmgllt, "be physicians, a matter which cost me a was bruto enough to say his motto fortune, and after I noticed that I did was 'Freedom at any cost!'" AND USE DRUGS, AMD HOW TO CURE THEM; not get any relict that way, I went for I three years to tho hospital. But they. I IK I NH OUR NEW BOOK TELLS ALL ABOUT ITV Ml I Whan Rubbers Become Necessary your BENT SEALED. FREE, ABDKESS 111 I wero unablo to help mo there. I used And your ahoea pinch, shake Into root-Easthe antiseptic shoes HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 702 PAIX AVENUE. all the medicines that I could seo but powderAllen's feet. Cores tired, achlnr THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. for the I bad an reel ana taxes ui suns; oui 01 .urna una becamo worso nnd worse. Alwaya use It for lireaklmr. In Inflammation which mado mo almost Itunlons. Kw ahnffi und for ilandnir Dartlea. Sold crazy with pain. When I showed my vrywher 25c. Sample mailed KltEB. my friends they would get Address, Allen & Olmsted. La Hoy, X. Y. foot to is the turning-poito economy I did not know "Ho'a too proud," said tbe husbana, really frightened. Shady Character. in wear and tear of wagons. Try "I remember that pride of his. It's what to do. I was so sick and had be man that every one "Who Is tho a box. Everydealer, everywhere come so nervous that I positively lost seems to know?" almost nn affliction." all hopo. "What aro you going to AqV "Oh, every ono knows him. Ho's "I had seen tho advertisement of our secret police." Klelgcndo Blatter. "I thought I'd send him a. check." (liworp-- rated) you suppose," tbo wife scorn tho Cutlcura Remedies a great many "Do times, but could not mako up my mind 'Wlnlow,s Soollilne Fjrop. Mrs. fully asked, "tbnt no would bavo a Up. check cashed, if ho Is as proud as you to buy them, for I had already used so roethlMren telhlntf. aufUDtbi,unia.reUBreln luuiiaiuiolU7auaa.i:urHwlndaUc2:aLuiu. PulUbl for printinr in newsnaptror many medicines. Finally I did decldo sayr on BUtionciT iobUhrionhU pnrr of "Paxtine" A good many thlnps are Important, vllltkATauroMcr&nd do th nrlDttrsT. "Well, I'll send nim too money to uso the Cutlcura Remedies nnd wrnni Kwarvriv tuoi. uttli kock, aeju If true. Will Be tell you that I was never so pleased as then." Free of Charge to Every Next day ho went to his bank and when I noticed that, after having used Reader of this .Paper. drew out a hundred dollars In ono bill. two sets of Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura This ho put Into an envelope nnd sent Ointment and Cutlcura HUs, tho cn to tho address of his friend, writing tiro inflammation had gono. I was jIAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONQ, street and number correctly. He told completely cured. I should bo only tho messenger not to say where tho too glad if pcoplo with similar disease SICK WOHEN WELL. letter had como from. This answer would como to me and find out tho truth. I would only recommend them For over 40 years this celebrated remedy has enmo In tho morning's mall: Gives one a a weet breath ; clean, white, been making women's lives happier health"Dear Bill Well, you've decldod to to uso Cutlcura. Mrs. Bertha Sachs, germ-tre- e teeth amuaepucaJIjr clean pay that old poker debt after all theso 1C21 Second Ave., Now York. N. Y., ier safer. mouth, and throat purifiis tha breath years, havo you 7 Much obliged. I'm Aug. 20, 1909." Many thousands of women have testified after emokiny dispels all disagreeable "Mrs. Bertha Sachs Is my slstcr-ln-lagblng to have that bill framed ana to its wonderful effect. perspiration and body' odors much apand I know well how sho suffered hang it on tho wall when I get home." preciated br dainty women. A quick was cured by Cutlcura Itcmo-dlc- s Tho recipient of the letter slowly and remedy for soro eyes and catarrh. many other treatments after tore It to bits. His mtnd went back 'A little Paxttne powder disto tho days of that crazy youth that failed. Morris Sachs, 321 R 89th St. solved in a glass of hot water TUB OSB REMEDY that can be de maLet a delightful aaliaeptie sohis friend referred to. He remem- Now York, N. Y., Secretary of pended upon whea there Is aay deraagemeet ot tbe distinctly Kemp-ae- r lution, poueuug eitrsordiBtnr bered the hundred now; ho was as- Deutsch Ostrowoer iemtalae organism. It purines, beats, soothes, builds up. clesuing, germicidal and healHebrew Benevolent Society, etc" tonished that It wasn't tnoro. ing power, and absolutely s. THE OA'g REMEDY watcb absolutely contains neither alcohol "I suppose, Mary will ask mo If I'vo Try a Sample. 50c Used to It. which to most Women at rank poison) nor injurious or heard," ho mused. "I guess I'll say he largo box at drugg&s or by ass3. Recently a lady witness ln a court hablt-tormldrugs. was too proud to answer, but ho need THE PAXTON TOILCTCO., 8osto, Mate. up tho state was subjected to a ed the money so badly ho kept It." THE O.VB REMEDY which A to perfect to Its composition troublesome fire of cross questions, amd so good la Its curative effects as to warrant Us makers and tho lawyer, thinking that some apology was necessary, tried to aquaro in printing Its every ingredient, as they do, on Its outside himself. wrapper, verifying the seme under solemn oath. pittntillshed "I really hope, madam," said he, "Naturally, being director of tho bu- "that I don't annoy you with all these It is needed when backaches make life miserable when a sicken in your mouth removed while feeling makes work a weary agony reau, I havo to bear the brunt of this questions." ing,, draRcing, bearing-dow- n you wait that's true. A Cas criticism. That Is as It should bo. 'Oh, no," was the prompt reply; "I when sick headache, nervous irritability, loss of energy and appeMoreover, I am used to It. am accustomed to It." tite indicate derangement of the womanly organism. It is a purely caret taken when the tongue is "Hut wbllo tbo abuse la going around, . "You don't mean It?" wonderlczly vegetable compound, being a glyceric extract from native medicinal thick coated with the nasty why not bo Impartial with It? What returned the lawyer. roots and can not injure in any condition of the female system. squeamish feeling in stomach, "Yes," rejoined the lady, "I have a about that great weather prophet the help the effect of ground hog? boy at home." brings relief. It's easy, natural all other medicines by keeping the liver active and the bowels "What about ground hogs I I ask way to help nature help you. J The Vested Interests. open. They regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Dowels. you. Is he not tho greatest faker, the "Yes, Mrs. Snoggs, I 'oped ns 'ow CASCARiTTS loc box week's treatgreatest fourflusher, the greatest bunEasy to take as candy. At all dealers set what you ask fir. ment. All tlrugguta, Biggcit seller combe artist that over protended to they would get tariff reform and make World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. iu tbe. world. Million boxes a month. toll you what.wns tho foreigner pay, as we've got ono ln look nt a cloud-anback and I ain't 'ad our In it? DEFIANCE STARCH w. n. u Memphis, no. It Is always a shock to a man to dis"What did he do this year? Did ho notblnk of him for six weeks now." cover that a woman "knows her own mako good? Not a bit of it. Ho was Tho Taller. TOR DISTEMfER mind," when ho marries hur under tho CATARRHAL FEVER as far off as wo wero about tho probimpression that eho hasn't any. Pcttlt's Eye Salve for 25c AND ALL NOSE able weather conditions for March 4, relieves tired, overworked eyes, stops AND THROAT DISEASES 1910. aches, ronuetted, Inltainecr or sore eyes. All pooToit Yoimsisr.F a w w a yon a ly u U Cures tb akin arid acts as a prerenttve for other, liquid given oo "Ho crawled out of his bolo on Feb- druggists' ur Howard Bros.. Buffalo, N, Y, uf l'rr Ifu. l,' cold mini ns onlalieilvrns f dote Ib4njulmn I'aluU'Ur ll the tongue, hafeturbrowlmareaandallotber. Deatklln;reintI;M aailautur, I'nelartoWo bouWaare tbacnvautai. ruary 2, saw his shadow, got hts cent aud tl.U) o bottle , 16.00 and 110.00 the dozen. Bold T all drurglala Money cannot uiako a roan good, aud borae good bouses, or nt express paid, by tb luauulacturer. in ovcry paper In tho country, and Grass widows aro as new mown hay but it can glvo him the conditions of thon beat It back to his lair, leaving a good life William Smart. SPOHN MEDICAL CO, Chemists, GOSHEN, INDIANA to soino men. behind him the Idea that tho remainder of February and all of March would bo marked by bad weather. "Was it a rellablo forecast? I should say not. Wo havo had tbo mildest and mnit henutlful March In years. Yet tho ground bog guts oil without a slnglo roast. Ami nuxi ycur yeviij will bo lust as eager to bollevo ln his of thos ugly, grlixly, gray halre. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. Judgment' a e, CASTORIA UfllV Uril nD III ff M f N UlllllH llllalll MICA $1 HALFTONES AXLE GREASE nt STANDARD OIL CO. flltt Sit Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription The "Favorite Prescription "is Unt-Vcrcl- n, harea-les- Bad Taste Dr. Plcrco's Pleasant Pellets d top-tloo- r 10. SSSSSSSJSt PINK EYE plo-tur- o rl . gus ' desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice Qricr's 3m Qck ' AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E. Pink- - Practical Faihions 8IRL8' AND CHILD'S ROMPERS. We have never yet seen n fussy slavish, hardworking mother who was not repaid for nil her toll nnd enre nml anxiety by a set of as selfish children ns over lived. A tnothnr who really hna tho good of her children at heart, will tench them as soon as Pittsburg Coal 42 A TON My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 they can walk not only to help them others. She, will He Ives, but to hel not bring them nji under tho Impns slon that they nrn unflcdKcd nngels but denr, wilful, Utile mortals who must lenrn they enmo to servo nnd not to rule. Suit sncrlfclo Is n Rood quality In a mother, but It Is possible to carry that spirit too far; It Is po slblo to mnko sacrifices which an not only uncalled for nnd not necra sary, but'ieally harmful In their tf fects. lianrsVegcUbletompound I wnsalck for Park Hnptd..Mnn.--- "I Years wiuio imsjiiik tSaaStM ' through tho Change of I.lfo and wan I hardly ablo to bo around After Ink. ini? six bottles of I -w- ithout by Liniment ims liniment takes the of masngc and itlckv plaster It petraS n jlfeved An aching back , Jgjj loWg J Vi'Kotablo I gained 20 pounds, am now able to do my own work"- nnd fool Mrs. Kn. wnll Com-poun- . villa K. ntiKium a d Your orders appreciated,Jwhether large or small. The Living Room, The living room' Is one room In the house which, nbovo nil others, should bo bright nnd cheerful. If any room must bo neglected, let It not bo the living room. Have hero refined pic tures, plenty of books and current literature. This Is the place for tho plnno, the most comfortablo chairs and cozy corners. Within tho pn clncts of such a room ono mny shut out thu world and forget that there aro any troubles to bear. Thu char actcr of n room depends upon Its wall decoration. Its carpets, lis pic tures nnd Its curtains. We should be careful to have these of the rlgb' kind ns all others aro mere ncces sorles. "Wo could not afford cx pensive, things." said a newly roar rled couple, "so we chose the com fortnble ones," nnd this Idea "com fort" Is tho secret of nil room fur nlshlng. Gates Ajar. Tho touching pathos of childhood Is shown In tho following: The death of gentleman had called a forth many expressions of sympathy from friends In tho way of a profusion of flowers In beautiful designs. After Uiey hnd been placed around him as he lay In tho casket, his little daugh ter Allco of four years, was led by her mamma Into tho room to look up on the face of her dead papa. She was naturally attracted by tho flowers and by the design of the "Gates Ajar. Her mamma told her that "tho beauti ful gate" hnd opened and her papa had passed through and would never come back to them again. The child looked steadily at her papa's face for a fow moments, then climbed up so she could reach over and kiss his cold lips saying: "Papa, dear, speak to me and say you will come to 'the beautiful gate and meet your little Alice there some day." well-know- ld. Minn. La Dot', l'urk - Mood, relies, contson. Rtves permanent as well temporary relief Here's the proof. the akin ami rfsht to the bone, tullV lh4" qa.CK i. Han- - A. A. FARIS To the Public Jlrookville. Ohio. "I was Irregular and extremely nervous. A nelchlwr recommended I.ydla K. llnktiatu'a Vegetable Compound to mo and 1 ha to become regular nnd my nerves aro much better." jus. it. jusmmw, llrookville, Ohio, l .villa H. l'inkham's Vegetable; Com pound, made from native roots and lierln, contains no narcotic or harmholds tho record ful drugs, and y for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases wo know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials nre on Mo In tho llnkliam laboratory nt I .vim Mats., from women who have tK'cn etirru irom nimosi nvery nirni in fetnalo complaints, innninmaimn, fibroid tumors, Blow oik UUm.,,1 C',, "1L 'Sj'; - u..,nu 1B u,'lk' to-da- self to gtvo I.ydla K. IMnkham's Vrffc table compound n trmu lrwpilarltles,lx'riooic jttin,iMCKaciio, Initlffestlnn and nervous frustration. Vrir cnfTerlnif woman owes It to her PsrU Patterns No. 3JJI. All fleami Allowed, Wee boys and girls, pretty big girls, too, all need rompers when warm weather approaches. For child hood comfort never was a bettor aar ment Invented. The one pictured mi) have a high neck completed by a band collar, or a Dutch neck, and the bloom era are completed at the knees with casings run with rubber. The pic tured romper arf made of blue denim and trimmed with blue and white calf The garment may alto lie made oloan's Liniment Ji.lm.nl, oJ ! with lh.in.il,. tMii!i J! writ A in bt.Ur I , .J ufi pr p.U E wish to announce to our friends that we have opened a PLUMBING and TINNING estab- lishment, 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. of material 38 Inches wide, with S carefully hide her faults from her yard of material 27 Inches wide. suitors who seek her hand nnd she S1ZK. KO. J2J8. IS ever ready with smiles and allurements to win the hearts of men, NAME and tho average man Is ns blind to TOWN the faults of a pretty girl as a newly .. hatched bird Is blind to tho worms aTIlEET AND NO upon the trees about ulm. tin think STATE girl her little pettish ay aro Ish moods; but when she becomes his wife and reveals her selfish and cruel nature be Is grieved and hurt to think fate has been so unkind to him. -- If you wiuitspccutl ndvlrc write hsm or duck. The psttern Is In Mr.lMiikiintn,I.ymi,MHJW.,forlt. slies-- S to 8 years. For a girl of I It Is free unci always ncipim. yrsra the rompra require i yards 4 of chambray. seersucker, percale, glnc Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu-matis- n4M.Ul.t Ncuralfjia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or Joints. rriCM,ttUci4tl.M Ka, flat aUle, . h Is RlSKtl 1 for ihe '.1 Dr. Eitl S. Situ, IhIm. Mhi., U.SJL Wc nre Agents Business Directory ASK FOR OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are It is too companies that hue cti-e- r. Let Us Figure With You Aimless Girts. l'oor, Indescribably poor, Is that Kir who has gifts, a clear mind and act lvo bands, and who has not been taught how to uso them, wandering aimlessly through life, mediocre In everything, without definite aim, seek ing vainly for occupations to amuse or distract, deforming her body to gratify Ignorant vanity, Injuring herself by late hours and bad food, spark ling dimly In tho struggle for n hus band of wealth, and then as u wlfo reallziug her weakness and lack of worth as a mother, weeping bitter, stinging tears as she sees the results of her mlsernbtu life magnified In her children, nnd walling plteously fo help and strength when It Is too late. No sarcasm this; this scion title man turns to his work with a heavy heart nfter studying such a rnsu. Ilut object teaching Is nnturo' teaching, and many repetitions nre necessary before people will tako the lesson and its full meaning to heart WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Lest, Prop. And We'll Do Your Work Ueit of Milk and Dutter delivered. Homo Phono No. 37. & FLAT been here longer than any Is your property mrurei? sounds hie vhen the alum to thirlc of a pc'.icy McMURRY Attorneys at Law Office over Hickman Drug Company Hickman, Ky, Do it NOW K. T. TYLtR, Agent Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone The Cain of Sunday Rett. Of courso we do not mean that a man will not produce more In a week by working seven days than by work ing six days, llut It Is very doubtful whether, at the end of the year he will generally produco more by work lng seven days In thu week. The natural difference between Campania and Spltzbergcn Is trifling when com pared with tho difference between a country Inhabited by men full of bodily and mental vigor and u couutr Inhabited by men sunk In bodily and mental dccreptltude. Therefore It Is that we are not poorer but richer, becnuru we have through many ages rested from our labors one day In seven. Tho day is not lost. While Industry is suspended, while the plow lies In tho furrow, while thu exchange Is silent, whllo no smoke ascends at tho factory, u process is going on culte as importunt to tho wealth of tho nation as Is tho work which is performed on more busy days. Man the machine of macbluetho macblno compared with which all tho contrivances of thu Watts and Arkwrlghts are worthies Is repairing and winding up, ho that be returns to his labors on Monday with clearer Intel lect and llvllor spirits, with renewed corporal vigor. Girls Who Make Poor Wives. BETTERSWORTH A PRATHER Grocarit HIDDEN DANCERS, City Delivery; both phonos No. 38, Nature Gives Timely Wjrnlngi "Deal of Everything" B. 8. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Let me figure with you. Hickman, Ky. Thit No Hickman Cilutn can Afford to Think ol Ignoring. r 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. J Q. Adams, Manager Visible Writing; "" IMKOVIt SKiNU N" Thfjrwin from tho kldm-jare ml warn jrou when ih- kitti a l ar taWt Well kidney A. E. KENNEDY rJ fluid. Sick kldu. r Fire, Life and Accident Insurance and foamy, ur u l"" rri, aa4 urln-- . lull of Lest Companies on Earth Phone No. SI. w,rt l),VNOKIt SKJNtl from the bark Ita k COURIER REALTY COMPANY w PILE6I PILE8I Phone No. 21 heavy, or sharp sua a. u sick kldnuys aud wsrD you of (if Pj Williams' Indian rile Ointment, will Will sell that place and get you an 1mI' proach Of drepi" other. No business, no pay. cure Blind. Dleeding and Itching P.les dlst-as- . lMh s hn)' 'T'',lu " - - iur" u.f V 1 j Originated Twelve years ago in the UNDERWOOD STANDARD TYPEWRITER TODAY It Is recognized as the one typo of machine practical for mod. ern business. THE UNDERWOOD'TYPEWRITER Try the Courier's Want CoIumnlc per word We never see a putted, 'pampered THE RESULT All of the old time makers have fallen Into line and girl who is yielded to In every whim have adopted this construction. by servants and parents that we ro not sigh with pity for the man who This stamp of npprovnl from rival manufacturers has but sorv-c- d will some day bo her husband. Wo to strengthen public confidence In tho machine that has led see them In Illckinun every day, also tho way. Don't bo persuaded Into buying a "truilor" look over tho opposlto thing In men's clothes. tho Underwood and you will understand why wo say It Is Ilut It is the worshipped daughter who has been taught that her whims and "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." wishes are supremo In a household who makes murriagu a failure all her CO. life. 8 ho haB had her way In things Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE great and email, and when sho desired dresses, pleasures or Journeys which were beyond tho fumlly purse, sho carried the day with her tears or sulks, or posing as martyr. The par-cusacrificed for her sake, hoping finally to see tier married well. They E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Wllllamstowu, Ky is to try oil Davidson's old stand. Phone No, lug Its principal streets, $300 having Hickman, Ky, been subscribed by citizens for thu purpose. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP O (Hunzlker's Old Stand) WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Lowest prlcea for horseshoeing, Wood and Iron Work. Have you neglected your kldneya? Have you overworked your norvoua HICKMAN HARNESS CO. system and caused trouble with your A, J. Wright, Manager, kidneys and bladder! Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and bladMakers and Dealers in Harness. der? Have you a flabby appearanco Ilepalr Work a Specialty. of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urlnoT CLAY A CALDWELL. If so, Williams' Kldnoy Pills will cure Blacksmiths, you at Druggist, Price 60c. Ulacksmlthlng and Woodwork. Horse Shoeing a specialty. Tho Courier's "Wont Column" Is sure to find you a buyer. Costs lo for each word. Try It. ' DR. O It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching once, acta aa a poultice, gives In atant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment la prepare for Piles and Itching of the private parts. Bold by druggltta mall COc and $1. Williams' Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland, Ohio. at FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmsrs. Phono 20, night or day. Hickman, Ky, HICKMAN 2, Clay Puckeii. of jnikn'" aJt .... n, Ml.. M.,'. ii. jiii Kiilv I'llli .at 0M the prrsent tlm- ami Hid 'I" Mv M an excdlont r iu. d bothered me off ."'d -- n '"r ou b.rp year. At tlm.s I huff. r. d from twinges through my uak uJ ttW me severely to sioi Tii. 'r of ,tho kidney Irregular, causlnn m- .ou'aw' w t,'r' noyance. Kouu- " J bout Donn-- Klda. v l'lllf I V rwl ,lg to give thn a drug I., lu, & W -n edanupply at ' store. I am no box and am d.bgW J ha' suits. My general w !" tw 10 grvauy iuiu.tu - .wl i ..in euion KWwy I''i' give Lioon's s llrlgbt's euro sick kldm j a d manontly. Heri'S lli m I"f' ku.aa prwf ' I mom. Foster-Wllbu- For sale ty an solo u'r" I'rlce uK' Jj, Co.. i - W Y agent, for the llemeiabcr the tako no other. nanu-- . "1 JUW Inc. A. M. TYLER Attorney at Law The great nerve and brain treat o am now locatsd at Padu- ment for men and women, produces o cah, hut will continue to prao- strength and vitality, bullda up the o tlce In the courts of Pulton system and renews the normal vigor. o county and will be In Hickman for sale by druggtota or by mall, II o every 2nd and 4th Monday. per box, 6 boxes for fS. Hickman 6 Dm Co., UeerperaUd. Mott'e Nervine Pills 0 o OooooooooooooO o o o o WHY NOT TRY popham'i aatmmA nEMED- Ycase, aom w Trial ' oj o o o o prL It. pk ' Oaaa0aO c Mfg. Co, Prop, a Williams'