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VOLUME HI WESTERN OLDEIT PAPER IH the Hill at Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Rxles ot Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WI0D3 ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 40 IKRIDOIT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910. I0.S49O 1H BOND SUBD1YISI0JI THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... t April Snowstorm. For tho first time in thirty years, iiirkmhn and vicinity experienced a genuine snow-storIn tho latter part of April. As tho result of a general cold wan throughout this aectlon, snow began falling Saturday night, rontlnued Hun- , day mid Sunday night and wound tip Monday morning. Itose and other Fred M. Cnso purchased last week out door plants, which havo boon In full bloom for three weeks, made nn lot G8 In Southern Heights Addition, unusual night covered with a man nnd will build a hatulsomo llttlo bungalow. Work will atnrt on It tho lattel of snow. ter part of this or tho first of next It Is estimated that about ten month. Inches of snow fell, but It melted ns Wo understand two more residence, fast ns It hit tho Krotnid. Late Sunwill be started In this nddltlon about day evening the thermometer dropped down to nliout 32 degrees, nnd grave the ITitli of May. Ilasldea these, sev npprehenslona uro enterlaliied ns to eral other people have expressed a the safety of fruit and garden truck. desire to own homes here, and will It Is possible Hint tho entire peach, likely purchase lols nnd build In tho AFTER - THOUGHTS' On Many Different Subjects Dr. V, C, Carnoll, for somo time a local physician in Jordan aud vicinity, has moved to liald Springs, Tenn. Hed and white will be popular colors this season, not only lor Uio summer girl, who, 11 sho is strictly up to date, will have a red polo coat ana a white flannel skirt,, but lot her small sister who will also be radiant in a like combination. Tho brother will be properly atUred In white Han' nel coat and trousers with a gorgeous red tie. Investment Best for Homes In the growing end of town. Lots ana nouses for sale on easy terms. Houses for rent. Opportunity does not wait for man. you swine on ns it passes by. 3DO IT NOW Beat for II New Additions. Twenty Years Age wandered to the village, Tom, And .stood beforo the bar, Called for a glass of lemonado And smoked a bad cigar. No ono was there to greet me, Tom, Aud few aro lqft to know When wo wero on the turf, Some twenty years ago. ( 1 See me at the Oil Mill Office RUSSELL JOHNSON J asked about that wealthy chap Who'd nover drink alone, And always said that ho for one, Could always hold his own; Ho perished with the Out in the cold and snow. All, fow survlvo who used to boor.o Somo twenty years ago. I Jim-jam- Taking Census. Where were you born? Who la your pawl UuiiK r dead? Where l your innwT ti.nsit' or married? hat la your ago? ' Qjtiiiuiis and question Tlial cover a page. strawberry, apple and cherry crops are killed; If not, they will bo badly damaged, to say the lenst.Many acres of staplo crops, such au corn and cotton, may hare to bo .Many shade trees of thin city had largo branches broken off them by reason of tho snow and Ice clinging to their heavy foliage. near future. A Deports an to the effect that snow fell all da; Sunday In Arkansas, Ten lessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois are jour people? lush or Dutch? li this your home? Worth how much? Wfco and Indiana, causing great damage. Seo "Howler Sheeting Week" dows at Smith & Aruberg'a. win- good many difficulties beset the opening of this tract, but woro successfully overcome. Property In this addition Is now worth morn than double the price of one year ago. If any doubt Is entertained as to this Increase, W. A. Dodds nnd others, who havo ofercd 100 per cent profit for somn of theso lots, will substantiate this statement. It Is bound to go oven higher. Col. Walker nays he will only sell eight mora lots In this addition this year; after they aro sold tho next lots ho places on tho market will cost tho .purchaser about CO per cent more. n The barkeeper is a younger man, Thu ono who used to sell Corroslvo tangle-foo- t then Is roasting now In well Tho other wears a diamond stud, His hair is combed quite low, And looks just Uko tho ono wo Know somo twenty years ago. Old soaks called for booze, Tom, With tho samo old grin, ' Whllo others burned their throats With what I think wns gin; And women stood besido tho door, Their faces seamed with woe, And wept Just as they used to do, .Somo twenty years ago. New crowds line up at tho bar And coll for crimson ink; New hands tremblo as they pour And the samo old watchword rings 'Tls rounds on me you know, Tho samo old cry of doom wo hear Some twenty years ago. This Is what Bill Nyo said about comets soma years ago: "We should so live that wo will not bo ashamed to look a comet In tho eyo. Let us pay up our newspaper subscription and lead such lives that when thu I wandered to tho churchyard, Tom comet strikes we will be ready." And thcro I saw the graves Of those who drowned themselves In red fermented waves; Wo presume there will be damage And there wero women sleeping suits brought by Governor Wlllsou, against Governon Patterson, for us Whore grass and daisies grow. Who wept died of broken hearts ing his copyright. Soma twenty years ago. A campaign against the. house fly, to extend all over the country, has been stared att Washington. Moving picture exhibits la theatres all over the U. S. and Canada will contribute to the campaign of education. Stuff they oughtn't drink. 1 asked about old tlmo friends, Thoso cherished sporty men. Some wero in tho poorhouse, Tom,, I many cattle? Hjw many hogs? 1'ow tunny pigs? Iluw many dogs? Hon- - many cblckum? iluw many geese? What U tliulr valtio? How much apiece? Havo you A a bono, cow or a uiulo? How many children? Aro they In school? cotton. Wheal, corn and oats? How many sheep? How mnuy goata? How much How mr.ny watchus? How many docket How muny bondi? How many stocks? Arc - you able To road and write? IVcn In Uio war? Ilct-In a flKht? a cripple? l'mslon you net? Hold on a mlnuto I m not tbrotiKh yet. Aro you 8 I, Dodda left first of tho week far Macon, Ua., Hlrmlnghniu, Ala., Itrook.ivlllv, Miss., and will wind up it Columbtii, Ga., where ho will tako lort in tho big Southern Handicap boot Last year Mr. Dodds won tho Southern Handicap at Nnahvlllo; If be can do the aame thing thla year, 1)9 Will have dono aomothlnK no othor K'.Jn has ever dono win two handl-rap- s n succession. And somo wero In tho pen. Tho other two now additions tho The one we liked tho best, Tom, Henry Addition and pond's Carriages For Sale CHEAP. Because The hangman laid him low; arei rapidly building up. Pres we are now using Automobile Taxi-cab- s ent indications aro that Hickman, will Tho world Is much the same, dear to take care of the traveling experience a scarcity of building lots Tom, as twenty years ago. public, we will sell our remaining 16 again In another year or two. Landaut, 3 Broughams, 1 Victoria, 19 Tha bar of Mnyfleld, In token of Is, essential to Good sets Carriage Harness at sacrifice prices for which write ST. LOUIS clUzcnshlp and substantial growth, their high appreciation of tho servicTRANSFER CO., St Louis Mo. 433c and wo aro glad to seo so much ac- es of Judge Feland ns special Judgo of the term of court Just closed at tivity in tho now additions. Mayflejd, presented Mrs. Feland with s, chljlt of sliver. "The presentation Mrs. 11. V. 0 raves sold her .realIt you need Hoosler Sheeting, tho dcoco property. In Hickman last Fri- best 4 brown domestic, this week's tpeech was modo by Judgo J. C. Deai and was ono of his happiest efforts. day to Miss Mary Ilcrondea, and will tho tlmo to buy it, and Smith & O leavo In a short time for Kayvllle, place. tho 1m.. to Join her husband. Wo cer You can seo ln "Hoosler Sheeting O tainly regret to seo these good peo Week" window at Smith & Amborg's ple, leave Hickman. how Hoosler Sheeting is mado In Its various stages from the raw cotton to tho ynrn. S. L. Dodds, president of tho Hick mnn Gun Club, Informs us that all southern railroads havo mado a rate J. T. Dillon purchased, Saturday, of ono and on account of the Interest of his partner, Jno. Cox. the big tournament to be held here In tho Lyric Theatre, nnd la now solo Juno proprietor of this popular Thla promises to be ono of J he Moving pictures and good shows at prices will continue under tho greatest shoots over pulled off In tho popular state. Well known sportsmen from now management. all over the U. S. havo written the Mr. Cox and wlfo havo gono over club that they will ho here, nnd to Union City, whero Mr. Cox will more than COO visitors aro expected, nianngo n similar establishment. Ho Mr. Dodds closed a deal Friday for has been In this city about two yoara and modo ninny friend whllo hero. a car load of targets (100,000), cost Cox la a clever young man, and wo ing them about $500. Tlio order was given tho Western Cartridge Co., regret his leaving. who will furnish three expert trapper for tho occasion. Wo havo it on pretty good author Tho club is getting out a ity that Dr. J. O. Btubbs will como back to Hickman from Union City to tournament cataloguo which will bo practlco dentistry In a abort tlmu. largely circulated. Every merchant in this and ourroundlng towns should Ttioy all como back. bo represented by an advertisement In this cataloguo. Home-owninAm-berg- 's The Big Shoot. one-thir- d Change at Lyric. ploy-hous- The Louisville Bar. Association ad vocates life tenures for appellate and Somo of our people aro too sentl circuit Judges of Kentucky, and will mental and not practical enough In ask for a cnsUtutlonal amendment their religion. They sing, "Oh! how to that end. Now what ? I love Jesus," and of tbeir deslro to be angels, when what they need Is Tho mosquito lays forty eggs a to live like men, and wait till this Wbeco,mu(T"anr day,. ltls.aalil,.hut.ir.Heve'.eaeklt8. "neeting llfo lJ'over" gels. They talk about tho golden There are those who may smlld at streets of tho Celestial City, but they do nothing to help make clean the suggestion ot flour being made streets In the town In which they llye from cottqn seed, but the cotton seed and on great moral questions to be people are demonstrating that flour settled among men, they are some- of the finest grade can be made of ' the seed from cotton. Not only tasty times found on the wrong sldo. and palatable biscuits, but all sorts ot toothsome cakes can be mado ot it. Annie Epps, a girl only 10 There wore graves where children Slept slept for many a year, Forgetful of tho woes that marked Their fitful sojourn hero; And 'neath a tall white monument In death there lleth low. The man who used to sell booze, Some twenty years ago. years of age, has given birth to a gtrl baby In Chicago. She Is one ot tho youngest mothers in America attending physician says her been thoroughly Investigated has shown absolutely that just 10 years old. and the age has and It she Is Friday and Saturday are the last two days of The Ice cream man got It in the neck, Sunday. Col. Duncan B. Cooper, should by' all means, become a candidate for Congress this fall, or move to In dianapolis, Indiana. Tho Grand Lodge ot Masons of Kentucky have completed all arrangements for tho erecUon ot the "Old Mason's Home," to be located just outside ot Shelbyvlllo. The building is to cost about $38,000, aud will bo erected on a plot ot ground about three miles from the city. Thcro Is standing now a homo on the situ which has been used for a number ot years, but which has becomo inadequate. The old building will remain and be used as an anuox. The now homo Is to bo built after tho old colonial style, will bo two stories high and occupy 1C8 feet front. Tho ground has not yet been broken but tho work will be begun immediately and the homo will be ready for occupancy rbout Sopt. 1st. O THE NEWEST Caught in Storm. Tho "Dlxio," lit cargo of Cnpt. Hog- era, attempted to bring a tow of two barges, ono empty and one loaded with corn, across the, river Friday afternoon during tho strong gale. Tho river was extremely rough, the waves running 10 to 12 feet high, and tho boat was unable to cross. Tho barges wero cut looso in mid stream, and oven then it was thought by spectators that "Dlxto" would nev er reach shore. At times her stern wheel was four or five foot above the water, and tho next minute It was subutorged. Sho filially landed and later tho barges were driven a- shore near the Mongol factory, without loss. It was a narrow escape to say tho least. O Spring asV Hoosler Sheeting Week If you haven't already supplied .iZAbbbbR i isY Millinery in Hickmnn will be found in our Millinery Department. At no time dur- -' ing the season have we shown more attractive styles or a larger assort ment, and you'll have no trouble in finding what you want here, both in style and price. Come here first and save needless looking around. your wants with the best you'll have to hurry. 4-- 4 Brown Sheeting on the market; The Near Evansvllle, Ind., a whlto farm hand shot and killed a negro who snored too loud. Certainly that was a Justifiable homlcldo. Little Miss Wlulefred Harper entertained u bunch of little folks Thursday afternoon In honor of her seventh birthday. There wero fifteen guests proseuL All enjoyed .tho "mulo " contest and other games oil tho lawn. Candy, cream and cake wore served. Wlulefred was the recipient of u number of nice birthday gifts. An uuholstered pen wouldn't seem much too good for tho $11 hog, above price is for this week only. California man has two extra ribs. He would havo mado a great Adam, but ho might havo become a A bigamist. O lly tho tlmo Dr. Cook, who Is said SMITH & AMBERG to bo prostrated, gets back to Now York to try to recover. Commander l'eary may be ready to tako a slat with him aud null over the door wo Ho'; d tided wo fell." "U-nlt- Smith & Arhbero; .1 THE HICKMAN COURIER 0W COTTON FIRM FAILS "Cavsr Wrltira Ksatnckr Uk Iht HUMAN NATURE IN WINTER'S CLUTCH The Important W. O.'SPEER and' J. 0. 8KXT0W, Miters nd TToprlaters. f WNICHT, YANCEY & CO, COTTON HANDLERS, GO TO WALL, Liabilities Estimated at $4,000,000. Claims Against the Company Ate Mainly Foreign. FREEZING TEMPERATURE IN MID DLK WwST SNOW IN IOWA. Problem Mrt,0ro Innhe,;0;, wT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVAXCB. Fruit Growers Burn Fit Pots to Pto- tloa only, but of tect Otthatdi CtucUl Time In Ctlal tirects, which Oratks. ' te" ' St, lavuls. Sunday was the second the assistance 0f ryrun; Decatur, Ala. The cotton firm of Entered at the Illckman, Kentucky Knight, Yancey H Co., one of the largest day of midwinter weather In the Ml BWr cf Senna, v second-clas- s mall matter. 11 ' pestoBlca slsslppl valley, which lind been preceded Wired, ns U concerns nt the kind in the South, Imr cIcansf by warm wnve. The midsummer heat lug offices in Decatur, Mobile, lluntsville, Wta had brought out the blossom of fruit llirmfngham nnd other cities, went into WORTHLESS FARMS. and will therefore trees earlier than Usual. voluntary bankruptcy Wednesday. tt Snow fell steadily all day In the great- Preference of all The liabilittra are said to be In tho American agriculture shows a strang neighborhood of $4,000,000. er portions of Illinois nnd Missouri, with family laxatives. 0,fl,h,k9tC'to No mem contrast With the price of form prod bcrs of the firm will give nut a statement cold rain and sleet nt a number of point The combination has ucta higher than ever before, fane at the time regarding the company a at ih. The weather I clearing in Western and of Physician, land has depreciated In value, and the sets further than to say they are In rjre. Central Missouri with the thermometer number of abnndoncd farmi steadily down to 3d degrees above lero, nnd b truly bcncnclcun;;,'', The claims against the comiwtny nrs ' fruit growers anticipate a sharp freee Klrcn satisfaction lo tte Increases. Figures gathered by the con mainly foreign, and it i said no other , c which will badly nip budding fruit nnd Wen.Inforaed families serration commission nro surprising Southern banks arc affected by the fall young vegetable. It Is shown that thoro am 16.000 urr. It for many years past In the extensile orchards of Ward well When the announcement of the susiichsquare miles of abandoned farms, chief To get Its beneficial and McCutly, north of Macon In North ly In Now England, New Vork. the ion was tn.ido today it small panic re sulted In many cities of the South, aa it last Missouri, grower Ignited fire pot buy Uio Rcnulno ,aanuf. rc4 u 1 southeast and the middle contra! stntes. was believed that many Southern and Csllfornla Fig Syrup Co. cC;7 beneath their tree. That Is, there are In tho United States hastern banks bad fullered heavily. A cold, ilrliillng rain fell throughout at present 10,000,000 acres of abandoned (CopyrtjchLi It Is ruotnrvd here that some sensa .oiithein Illinois and hard rains fell In It Seemed 8oT large ns the cut tional developments may be expected farm lend an Southern Indiana and Wrstern Ken The little son of the f Th tlrated part of the Canadian north when the case is railed in the bank tuck), washing WEDS DREXEL PROBE COTTON POOL Southeastern andnwny tunny bridges. I penc-- to bo Idling hi. ,. , ,a west, 1C times the size of nhode Is mptcy court in lluntsville, where Hie pe GOULD Southwestern Missouri. kitchen when Ibe enhf where the temperature) U dotvn to SI up out ot the cellar v,i.r.e b, land, four times the slio of Connect! tition was tiled. Hie business of the company has been AMERICAN WINS OUT OVER CORO HAYNE AND BROWNE MADE DE the crisis In the Oark baiintalu fruit been shoveling coal Irto tho cut, twice the slzo of Massachusetts, h iv, belt is on. gra.pcd the white towc) or half as largo as Ohio, says Cleve large, the bulk of which is with Kurt FENDANTS IN CASE. NETS AND TITLES. luri tJ on hale of the door and passed Into land Tlaln Denier, Of tho many rca- pean linns. Last year $0,000 4 KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK nn Instant the youth hc h.t" ,'p were shipped from the Mobile lort c, tons advanced to explain this deser to I Thousands Brave Rain to See the Beau Agreement for Purchase of 150,000 Balei ltruck nt tho coal dusi iB...;,. linn rilone. tion of farms, two or three nro espeQuestioned Matkct Feels Effect. All efforts to secure n statement from tiful Bride Young Couple Receive ..." l ,1 Two Mall Clerks Burned to a Cttsp, on tho towel, then yelhd cially worth noticing. Most Impor (he members of the Unit have failed, Over MiUion in Cifts. treating negro: Half a Scott Injured. tant of all, perhaps. Is the wasteful sys They prefer to await developments. 'Oh. 8am, your color scon Memphis, Tenn. the rail New York, There was started In Ne nee?' tern of cultivation that has so long Judge. Marjoria New York. Miss dwyn York Tuesday a federal Investigation without warning, the Illinois Central prevailed In the United States. A FORTY ENTOMBED IN MINE limited liver No. 8 crushed down a flfGould, fairest daughter of New vork without precedent In tbii country. The SIO'O Rcvvnrd,"siOO. fertile soil has In countless cases been t few miles north embankment became the bride today of Anthony .1, attorney-genera- l States of the I'nlti-by taking everything from Flames Shot at Great Height From the Drcxel, Jr., n good, sensible young ordered nn Inquiry exhausted, into the gigantic hull of Jackson, Mist., at 13 iU n'tlock Mon bst I s to nn a hi tu bST.'J? It and returning nothing to It. Add Shaft. American, who won her from aseur o movement In cotton, with which the day morning, killing four aiij Injuria eers im a half score or more of others. u it nxn trv.fr 1 to this the fact that there Is a marked names of James A. Patten of Chicago, llirminjihsin, Ala. Of the forty men 'oreign suiters, noble and titled. dark Hxniciou, detective In Attorney tk.su usstw.1 uu. istsnsis.? trend of population from city to coun ntomlted in the Mulga mine of the Bir Her vteddlng, though there was not Frank II. Hayne and William P. Brow N. Kites office, waa a pa try, and that farm labor has become mingham Coal and Iron Company, at nboul It the glamor of n castle nbroad or of New Orleans and Itugeiie Scale of denr-ra-l K t, , so expensive as to leave little profit .Mulga, .U.i., about twelve miles north- the promise of association with royalty Tea have been popularly connected senger, and It was Kiiiltiou who dis Sxisasikn o k was none the less regal In its beauty Hayne and Brown both appear as de- covered that the wreck wm the woik ot from the work of a laborer, and It Is west of this eity, by an 'explosion nt 0 little, wonder that so many owners of o'clock, it is believed that all are dead. and lavioliness. It was, indeed, quite fendants In the procenUngs, but it could deliberation. - learned whether Mr. Patten will "We left New Orleans at 7tM oVIock run n tat ts M iMh, The raes in the shaft of the mine were as striking ns sny of the ceremonies n. j t farms do not care to cultlvato them. a and arrived nt Jackson 30 minute tat son hr.n to badly spiting bv the force of the ex wherein New vork girls exchanged for be subpoenaed at Chicago to come here 1U llsit 1 1 SJmUf rait M nsMaUot. He lias generally narrated lUulfio. "I was lit my brith plosion that they are uelcss, a nil nil tunes for coronets or the title of "miss and testify. Relic hunters have been creaking other means adopted by rescue mrties In for that of "princess." credited, however, with being the flii.tn but awake, ami I felt a shock and found The Literary Fafcrieator Into the church where President Taft an effort to reach the entombed men "How did that storv It was a great, happy affair that cisl grnlus of the xmi, and In recent myself suddenly knocked out of m, i, rrt Washington eouldnt teli a nought out the best known folk of this interview he ha outlined his bullish fctrtb. worships In Washington. During the have proven futile. "leaving my lultmau, I nishrd nut atartnir asked the inqu iMMition and his determination to fish city and Philadelphia, the brldegtouin't ,e past year it has' been twice necessary There are fifteen vvhitq and, twenty-fivand found a most horrible sight. The "I don t know, replied "hen vicct to rebuild "the president's pew, and It vegro labourers in the ralrie. The foreman home; that drew Into the driving ruin the supposed bear clique which ha ear lay housamls of humblest dtletis, who rr.hipplng cotton to this country from engine and bagirage fllteen-foo- in the ditch person; "unless bo bad a ptn am of the working ganr, who is entombed Is no longer safe to leave tho hymn t embankEngland In an endeavor to break the at the foot of the that could." books In the rack or the cushion with the others, has the only Ust of the took a drenching for u glimpse- of the meut and had caught fire. Miss Mnrjorie, and that be matkct. - popular otf tho seat after the chief executive men working nt the time, but it il beThe Flippancy el John "Women piled out of the coaches clad stowed 0m the two young penplr a Usueil nt the direc Subpoenas Mrs. Molt What is a st has attended services', says Chicago icved that only forty turn weie.ln lira wealth of gifta that more than 11,000,- tion of Mr. were In night men vlckerhm commanding a coats and attire, and protect loaned over strike. John? Record-Herald- . coat to them So many books and 1 olloninp dozen or more prominent New Ymk rot tliQ explosion flames, shot up 000 rould not buy. s ' Ve at The engine lay hissing loudly, the flitT""" Mott A sympathetic A shouting cushions have been carried away that the shaft of the mine for a distance tif crowd outside in the ram ton broker to appear before a pceul dear. Is being touched for a o . la the car and cast officials of the church now take every about 400 feet, and the ground is cov apprised tho within at 4 o'clock that federal grand Jury tomorrow lo testify bunted fiern-lthing that Is movable from the new as ered with cliarn-- tlmlxrs around tin' he bride had arrived. HreaVIng all ih- - In I he matter of the "United States bright glow into the white fares clus ft beggar with n hard luik ( tered about. soon as the president finishes his de mouth of the shaft, which were, blown up lice restraint, the crowd nished toward agt nst Frank B. Hayne and William 1 t'nr lied, llelilnic IlirllUi, 1U, l)n The Dud. Kslllne Itjrissshes sr I A I ; it votions. Cannot something be dono to from the bottom of a 330-foshaft bv the canopied entrane orf the church and Brown." As Jones Treloar, mall agent, Orwood, Nrl Car Trr Murm- - I" aS I - j. The subpoenas demand the submission Ilo Tule Trial Wie i lessen tho hardship that Is thus nut the force nf tlie' pplnsian. iftery win- surrounded the car. Umbrellas were broken, skirts were to tin- - ipetjal grand jury of all records, Mi's., Incinerated. cist or Writ ilu tins l., K - v to, dow in th little indunj; village was upon, the relic hunters? . Why not fur- W. It. laitt. State Line mall agent Chlrsto, oru and hats were wrenched awry, yet (wprrs, letters, memoranda and an agree nish a plank for the president to sit Tho proiicr placo for low it rouMn't exactly be rallnl a riotous ment dated Irb. :C last by Hayne and crushed under wreckage. rim on when he .goes .to church, and then W. A. Woods, iierro mall agent. New Is on the bargain counter rush. It was good tiuturrd and half Drown and others. Tho airrrrmrnt, the AID: FARMERS?MOVE leave It for the relic hunters to whlttlo WILL nf the .himtlna took the form of a sort subpoenas state, was fur the purr lis M-- of Uilentis, incinerated. ,up and divide among themselves? Unknown, burned to a rrUp. of cheer for Miss Marjorie. Her father 130,000 bales of rottnn for delivery In COLDS AFFECT uy caving it made of some kind of Inquiry May Stop All Future Deals; Says and mother wrre with her gvl hurried New during March and Julr, In CARTER FORTUNE lurk Barrett. WIPED OUT soft wood the comfort of tho nresi- her into the church. elusive, nt certain prices and under err St. Bartholomew's Church, scene of tain conditions. The fixing of the prices Atlanta, (fa. The, present Investiga dent and the convenience of the relic hunters would both be provided for. tion by the federal authorities of the so-- many wedding of the fashionable, was and conditions, the government charges, Army Olficcr Sent to Prison Lotci $400,000. We are a great people and ought to rallt-- bull cotton pool .ill New- York-- ulll unable to contain nil the invited guests was h violation of law. Washington. Dismissed irorn thi be able somehow to keep our relic materially aid the runtpjf"ii against vi ho rntnr to witness the vowa of the When news of the covrruiiient's deci to voune heiress and the nun sion nt first vras circulated the market army ami put Into the penitentiary for hunters from Reeling that they aro be- gamblingS. in farm products, according NaCharles Philadelphia!!. The sunoitnd became very weak nnd timettled and in hi allcgisl rontiectlnn with the fraud lkirrett, president of the ing deprived of' their rights. on the gmcrnmrnt hi the Improvement tional Fanners' Union, In referring to ing streets could srtlri-elhold the tlliblJ- side of an hour May cotton sold at 14.31 of the nctivity of the department of justien tVn ones women, nine out of ten former rents, or thirty points below the high of the harbor M. Savannah, News of grim, war comes n the matter of the cotton investigation, who came for what urt of the spectacle level of the day, and about 45 points Capl. Oherlin Carter had a $IOO,0K to us from New Orleans, where the fortune swept out ot his hands a u Mr. Ilarrett said: they might see. There were 'iflOO of the under the high price of last week. It is certainly queer that the covepi- - former, pethaps 0.000 of the latter grocers, backed, we suppose, by further outcome of that transact i.m tho moral Influence of tho druggists, ment should be entirely indifferent to WANTS DAMAGE FOR FUTURE This wa the result of decree by the 'UNCLE JOE" WILL STICK Unltrtl state supreme raurt. tho marketraon, etc. are about to ap- gambling in cotton during the full sell- The decrre was based on a claim Former Agent Makes Accusation Against peal to the legislature for a, law pro- ng reason, when the cotton is in the against Carter for an equitable :iviiiiit Y, & M. V. Railroad. hibiting lagnnppe nnd making Its hands of the farmers, with manipulators Will Live 23 Years Longer and Hits a mid develop a Good Time, He Says. New York. A demand for luy for the ing for the money he had gotten frtudpractice a misdemeanor, says New laugjiterlng their profits, uddfn virtue when pructlcally nil of the Washington. The positive) anuoune- - thirty-onyenrs he eviect to live Is one ulently, It was rharged, in t!o Uivdinah York Sun. Lagnappo Is a picturesque cotton is out of the hands of the farm- haibor frainls with (itren and (iajnor retirement of incut the prosK-rtlvsurvival, the bestowal upon small pur- em and the only possible beneficiaries Senatorof Hale, the oldrst senator and tit of the claim In a suit for JS0.000 dam tne contractors. a;c for alleged libel brought against chasers of trivial donations, regulated ppear to be n few welching bear ojiern- - htr Republican leader, following so the Yaron A Mississippi Valley railroad KENTUCKY BANKER by tho size 6f the transaction, of tors. IS SLAIN iiimiii the heel nf a similar an by lairrnro M. Trlbble, formerly t candy, and tho like. They have It is sincerely to be hoped that next nouncement regarding Senator Aldrich. of the company at Bugle, Mis. He Hunted in Connection Witb successive fall, when Inter the reroguizisl leader, seemed to havo a tried to fight It by combination and full, anil compute the sulury he would have reClime. mutual agreement, but have failed. vention will be of some benefit to the, stunning effect iiikiii the senate. ceived nt S2,3S0, n.ks $10,000 for men Bcrru, Ky. Walking iido Id drug .vlont of the senators ilrclincl to tuakr tal suffering, Some of them would not "toto fair." more than 2,000,000 cotton producers of t2fi0 for loss of social stuir alio: taking Ida plan- - at the cigar The Institution Is raoro (ban a hundred tin- .South, the government will manifest comments liecnufe they were not pre and bilsines standing and puui counter, a smattering of the zeal now no belated purcd to receive tha news ns true witl Samuel Welch, president of the years old, and It dies hard., so after live (Untaxes. ly put forth. out confirmation. Trlbble charges that letters written lierea National Hank, was assassinated the modern fashion of running to tho Speaker Cannon was ankeil whether by officers of the company prevented lilt five shots being fired Into his IkaIv The government on every trivial provocaK.r.Tsl)t.lo.l Writs urrI - a- IJJ HOG PRICES TAKE A TUMBLE the letlrcincnt of the two members of being Utnded by a surely company after assassin lias not been apprehended. A J3t NulUl I Jl Wtion, tho grocers are about to ask thq the "oh guard' fu the senate would lie nail taken it iiositlon with nnothet rlcik in the drug store way (ho only . legislature to protect them" against a Aminllug live any iutluence on him or, other mem railioad, and that he lost his job. The eye witness to the traceilv. Sensational. Declines' Rtcordt I it' Louis' custom of a century1 and a halt's stand-Ing- , bers of the house. He snld he believed suit via tiled in the Supreme Court lo the statement of the latter, Welch ville and Chicago. had Just come down the stiret In com of Inconsiderable Importance In Itdid not enter into their deter here. Louisville. There via it ijensiitlonal ))litic pany with his Duslncss ColKgi drover l'lih. self and so easily "evened up" in pracinitiation at all. decline of 75 cents a hundred jxiiiikU (a Fruit Has Close Call. The dnig clerk say that as Welch en For hiniM-lthe speaker, nfter taking tice as to make it negligible. ... f ' r me .1 I lie nog niaiki-lurMiuj, prices uir HillHovers. Ark. The fruit mm in Vnrtl. lernl the store Flh took it position tpiirrduniUnaslanaSnsR s : nt "nuick ralrrM, declared he L best dropping to $9.00 it hundred was going to live tweiity-flvyears Ion western Arkansas hhd n close call Mon in u iloorway nnd tired lite shot at toruarrrrsliluMrmiearsUi II! i' A Utlca boy died while laughing at pounds. The market was almost demur- r and have a good time while be was day night from being destroyed. The Welch, one of them after Welch had tho comic supplement of a Sunday paJ ho decline make. a decline o( lized. mercury drowx-doin-- ' it. to a tiolut of tun .!- - faHcii- lifeless. Fisli ha disappeared. SONS WADE per. Of course, this will be taken as $3.10 from the high point reached lev- grees nuovo ircezuig. for the past MinPtiuiCt. Cheaper Price. a terrific retribution by the acidulous eral weeks ugo. "The Hero Ptieif Dies. or four nights the fruit growers liav SIT, HUN, MILL FEED, SEED Mil New York. The present sensational exticrlenced much portion of the population opposed to Rey. 'Thoina JS'ew Orleans. uneasiness for fi.nr .f .1. FltrHeedCi.rn,Mliaa.lclifnFrJ r J Chlrugo. Itecent heavy arrivals of drop in the price of potutoctt may mean the comic supplement and thi Sunday u heavy front, lleiitou county has more gerald, pastor of SI. Patrick' Catholic ' d, VVi' Mliol Ansa ugs ure rellectcd in a declinu in prices cheaer food of ull kinds. Farmers aie Hearing apple tree " ..a u.i.. paper. Dut with so much cause to:' m VHR within her borders church of this city, died here Monday, IokIiijz nut their supply of old potatoes M f $1.00 in the last two days. than any other count v In tlm wnrl.l nn.l ngiil 33 years, lather Mllgeruld won bouss uu I. C. and Y sighing in tho world, the majority will us low as twenty rents a biihcl. for DO N. Front Stroot, MomphU.Tenn. crop now promises tne still tako chances of laughing them the Refuses, to Pay Poll Tax. huh is the lowfst prices in many yieldajqun the history of thethe biggest the title of "I he Hero Priest" during lit rvlrbrutcd Charles street riots In industry. selves to death. FIREPLACE Other food also are cheaxr. There are over 0,000,000 lirafton, III, llecuuso .1, ,1. Horn, it apple trees In New Orleans several year ago, A nesocialist leader, refused to pay n k)1I As n result of its imestlgutlons, the this county. gro desperado hud barricaded himself In EdUon's street car storngo battery tax of $1.30, Im u sentence of tlx Amerlrnn AgrieulturUt forAiuil V3 will house and poured constant volleys Cyrus Field's Son Penniless. may tnako the trolley obsolete. Koen says h sayt u. marked decline has inviirred In In montlib Imprisonment. o New York. Edward il. KM,!. m, ,.l of shot upon any one who approached i,aU or wrim u iw tho wizards of science may oven will servo his full time ratiier tliuu pay the price of certain food products. If -, time Mnntols, TlllnK 'ono "in administer the last W. Field, of Atlantic ruble fame. inn uuiiiiing. invent a strap to which it Is a pleasure the tux or work It out at 73a u day this decline continue the committees Cyrus ., ,i IUU desliis on eio siicruiifvnt to a o!icemati who hud fallen Orer ' '.' r tj W t: hut ure imcstfgutlng high prices will is iii H holds that such a tax' (is; uneoiistl rtHiins. uuipitai, eniilleis, Ilu mortally and comfort to haug, but c wounded near the hoiite. tho Manlels In lbs hmlh Inherited a large amount from hi father. Snd thcmncltrra out of a job." hopes should not bo In- tutlynah priest calmly faced the deadly lire. Gold Exports Resumed. dulged In this direction. Another Congressman Lost. New York. The L'old ptiKirl Verdict in Tobacco Case, y 1 Rochester, N. Y. More than 10,000 Society Man Teamster oti-iCincinnati. A jury in the fciicr&l of Monroe county changed from lueiil to Hiiiope, whit It was suipendcil A Jloston expert warns women to Toledo, Ohio. lluther than loss it .on. court In Covington, Ky., icturiuvl, a vrr-- the Republican to the Democratic col- early last week, ufler u total of wear "rats" In their hair if they do not tract with tho largest hotel here, II. J. had been sent to Ianidou on the I lew umn ami elected the lilt DcuiiM-ratlContains i J to 30perrr,r wish to get bald. Judging from the Hit of $0,000 in the ruse of IV. '8, wood, society leuder, drom n wiigoil .i. movement, was resumed Monday with i . : uguiust lieu Jordan and other tliut litis repreaented the I... r, f U loaded with toul, uinl nfter nnchliiK his slzo and shape of some of the fashrncui tuaii uj umn Ilrueket county citizens. This is one of iliilty-secodistrict III twenty veurs. eiigugeineut of $'.1,500,000 ill gold for estlliutlou slioveleil the hlurk illuliionJi lnv en t tu nutket. No ground ionable coiffures, thoy might as well Bo the "night rider" rases In which dumuge allies K. llahens, it Dcm6erut, niiiniiiv shipment to Inidon on Wednesday. ntn the nearly empty bins. Tho Inci the wholu thlnp and wear rat traps. Writo for prices ar I ea"i .sought In connection with the Ken- on a turilf leform platform, defeateti lire Psulhan Flits 123 Miles. dent was uu outgrow th of the teamsters' tucky tobacco wur. Henderson sued for (ieorgo V. Aldrldgc, for it m'ore of years Purl. laiuis l'uulhun. tlm trike. A mat) 70 years old has mndo appll $:'5,000 damages, claiming that the the ruler of tho country Republieui or- - sturti-In hi machine from Orleuns and cation for admission to the University Kitchener at Veit Point. Manutaeturar. had forced tit to give up lit by 3,000 unlratlou, voles. Monroe nude u cleuu (light to Arol hur Aube, Tonnossei of Missouri as a student Ilo must bo Inuiui-.West Point. N. Y. At his own re. Memphis ho would uoUjolu with county, which comprisesthe Thlity-aecou- 4. dlitancc of fiS miles. The tlmu ...i one ijf those who subscribe to tho them in pooling his toLuicco. In it forquest the visit of Field .Marshal Lord cougreskloiia) ditrlt, It nr. CHAIN lllubt was thu-- un,l Also dealers In lull Kitchener of j theory that a mua is never too old to mer trlul u' verdict for tti( was' r mally Khurtquiu .Sunday alter by about' 0,000 Lours. FEUD biuri-noon wu unmarked by ceremony. turned. , learn. u " a," no ... J nre-n.n- s 1 , , ". , d teen-foo- iu ls tjfi n 1m- truik Im-- e u u;j - - 4- - ilark-hairc- d .., re-ta- ll gum-Irop- ATarrhofkidhe 1 Memphis Directory "! f 1 i Hs.Iah'c - n - JOHN S ri. . ft' Ti) s. MANTELS - overen-tbuslastl- inn. 0 CROESUS FEED lien-leiio- coiigii-Hsinui- , JONES & ROGERS im 1 s bee-.iiu- d . WILL HOLD RECEPTION. Stale News Items GOVERNOR'8 Ohio and CONFERENCE. New Capltol to Be Used Prior to Ded ication. Illinois Want tlves. the Exeeu' When the Teachers Visit Washington lUnxi up a Din AND ,MAKE rftn IMPRtJJKM J. spring raca WSIIlOTO.VTho tenchera awarm como from ts: t.:r b, south nnd wct. They nro r conducted, ni n ruto, ns In ftr cf tho Cleveland thj i teachers I ,'er wcok; and what they Is not worth seeing. t a 'i Th v SJ to tho Whlto House, and If Kllmpso of h 7 tw lucky thoy get tfcj .: iknt nnd possibly a handbill Th' n they want to seo Cannon. Ctc n Is on his best behavior on iilons, Ho readily consents ttc: to r :kc n llttlo speech, as he did for the i inlanders. All you haro to do It f 3 f to his secretary nnd stnto your t) fc.- -s i Thor i.exingion, iy. ine ..active cam- pnlgn for pooling tho, 1?10 white bur- ley tobacco crop pf Kentucky. Ohio. West Virginia nnd Indlaria. wns be gun hero by tho district board of the Hurley Tobacco socletv. Two Jhrtii. fnnd ncres wero to tho orzan- . in.- - .U' ... I' u'- Izatloti, and pledges' 'cdvorlrfg the re maining acreage will be nt once of BY fered In tho GO odd counties In which PADUCAH PRESBYTERY tho cocloty operated, Hoards of con trol In all will be notified to Clcsts 8tsjlon With Installation of start their countlea campaigns local before 'FOR RATES APPLY TO UOAL HAMMER Dr. H. W. Durwell as Pastor. April 2, and to employ solicitors to tf. rush tho work. Oulclats of the society ' nys tho secretary, "you CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO. I'aducnh, Iy. THo I'aducah prcaliy- sharp. Ut '' ?r. hem at tcxy, which ended Its session, install assert that tho pooled crop this year HIINUIU win exceed that of 1B09, when 130,- will bo here." Mr ('i;on ed Dr. H. W. Ilurwell as pastor of the uuu.ooo pounds were pooled. n romcs out In Ms best "Undo First Presbyterian church In tho pres Ho bows nnd smiles jo. a"'l' :de ence of a largo audience. The deleOUI STOCK IS COMPLETE MD . . iicattyville. Ky. Two dead, tno izi t.yf Ah, yes, I'm Kind to seo gates In nttendnnco were: C. H. Skin mortally wounded and two slightly And ho talks .In n low, conflden jx. ner, of Morganflold; James Campbell, that Is calculated to make the tl:i nr., of radurnh; C. W. Woodridge, of wounded was tho resulf of n newly opened malt mead stand operated by a think that anybody who op Henderson: H. K. Wood, of Marlon: the Itov. Thomas Cummins, of Hon- - uutlley .n..l.utes, nt Heidelberg on tho u. a six miles below this place. demon; C. H. Wharton, of Morgan i ne ucau nro Costly Jones and ileld; I.. Humphreys, of Henderson. AVIIson; mortally wounded, Clay Hall "I have nothing to say," ho declared. Others In uttendanco wero tho Itcv. una un marKcu asperity, and marched Oeorgo F. Mason, of Marlon, nnd Bur-ro- was timer Mattox. Robert Farmrr shot In the leg, and John Swann, oown tho corridor. Hoggs, of Louisville, ono of the Call on or Ulephons ui when in ned of GnoCEIUES. FRESH MXATB His chief couldn't havo dono It one-- corresponding members of the presby- oi Meiaeiucrg, was shot In tho foot. or rKED31'UFS. tery. He is a mountain missionary. nair so well. t in- -, IAJU1HY11R-jinvoiver in one iy. .. . Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries,- hand nnd knife In another, Charles Pioneer Passes Away. The part that tho blind chaplain of Hmith. colored, entered the hifme of tho houso takes In tho proceedings Carlisle. Ky. The funeral of Daniel Nettle Miller, colored, and shot four gives a iouch or nusterlty and solem J. Hutchlns, tho pioneer business man, negroes and III T A It IKS to congressmen slashed the woman' of the Sri T inoro Interest In what take nity for a moment or two each day who died nt his homo In this city after tho bouse with the blade. One victim of c do than tho congressmen at noon. Just n few minutes before a lingering (linens of tho Infirmities tho desperado's attack Is probably fa tat' t rs Tho secretaries carefully too hour of 12 Is reached Ilev. Henry incident to old age, took placo from tally wounded, tho bullet having enN. Coudcn 'rt h word and net, to deter-c'.- a page. is led Into tho chamber by tho Carllslo Christian church and was tered hlo abdomen. Jealousy liromnt- Tho chaplain feels his wnr nttended by a large concourse of the ea me act. nha tho folks back homo are with his cone, aa tho boy guides him. peoplo of this nnd adjoining cities. Jdr. Ic::k to think about It. On- Ho sits quietly till tho speakor an Hutchlns was 81 years of age nnd I'cretary, a ixington. Ky. Under orders of had always boasted that nounces mat tho chaplain will offer wns during his long llfo ono of tho Mayor Sknln. tho curfew law vas put prayer, Thero Is a sllenco whllo tho most prominent nnd highly respected Into effect here. At 9 i!i cbUf was regular of the o'clock the great I in Tlieso dosgoncd InsurgenU minister's voice Is raised In supplica citizens of this city. Mr. Hutchlns Is "II in the tqwer of Central engine STABLISHED ISSi. w.!d never get that congressman's tion, as soon as ho Is dono tho page survived by his wlfo and olght chil nouso clanged out the bedtime warn TOM DILLON, Sr., Prof. TO jci botchorllfe. Well, when they comes forwnrd and tho chaplain taps dren. Mrs. Sudlo Mnrr nnd Mrs. T. C. ing to tho kiddles nnd the coppeia put t nlng up for Cannon that con-l.- f n.s way oui or tho chnmbcr again. Tho Colllvor, of this city; Mrs. HI wood uie skiuuoo to the laggards. The (Saccessor to B. O. Ramsjrs, dMMiti) .aman did vote with tho Imur-I'n'- quiet that bad for n llttlo fallon over Stagg. of Mercer county; Mrs. Harvey r.trects wero clenr of youngsters by tho statesmen Is quickly dissipated as Miller, of Harrodsburg; Knder Hutch"- :;iu. Th- Ings, o( Harrodsburg; K. H. Hutch- lecrotnry was plunged Into mo mill begins to grind. ings, of Texas; Dr. Henry Hulchtiigs, gloom. Ho couldn't undcr upon Ky. Assaults ixniisviiic, of Augusta, nnd Dr. T. K. Hutchtngs, of striKehrcakers at the Twenty-fourtUEd It. Ho treated his chief with Snys Congressman Howland: Ktrked reserve for several days. Ha "When Cannon got to considering this city. plant of tho Amer iriiied tho secretaries whom ho had what tho houso had dano when It oust ican Tobacco Co., and the Installation CURBINO. STONE WORK 4 H eida bis boast to. Hut ono afternoon ed him from tho rules committee ho of stemming machines in the various Old Resident Dle. l hanced upon a group of them In told this story: 'A man had been run Owenton, Ky. J. W. Sparka, of near plants of tho company, thus doing kinds, IRON FENCINd. las ha!! cf tho houso offtco building. over by a train. An employe wired Monterey, died at his homo nnd was away with hand labor, marked tho dav , HlCKflAW, i i il.w about KENTUCKY they chirruped. that his head and both legs had been burled nt tho old family burying with tho striking tobacco workeia -IJ r; Ll W It, old sportr cut off. utter ho sent another wlro: ground nt Monterey. Mr. Sparks spent from three different local factories. b unhappy secretary gave them 'Accldunt not ns bad as reported. Your most of years of his llfo near the i tsachty look. I.cxlngton. Ky, The state raclns husband a legs were not cut off.' " Monterey. Ho has had sevoral strokes nf paralysis, nnd since tho lat, which commission at Its meeting here gava occurred nbout ono month ago. lias expression to Its disapproval of the been unable to tako any nourishment proposal of the directors of tho Ken n brother out thcro by tho name of nnd has been gradually sinking' since tucky association to Increase tho com AT pools from Hill. If .you see 1)111 you tell him that that time. Ho Is survived by hto wife, missions from G to 7 per cent by sanctioning an my crops nro rotten this year. Stock Mrs. I.ucy Craig Sparks, nnd four chll i 6, which wag Is In bnd shape. My wife needs dren, Mrs. Howard Fonton, Memphis, amendment to Hulo clothes nnd th kids nro nearly naked. Tcnn.; D. I. Spares, Mlddlesboro. Ky.; proposed by Col. E. V . Clay. IN THIS PAPER IS NOT AN If ho has n little looto chango that he A. C. Sparks, Scamon. O.. and Mra. M AEROPLANIC EXPERIMENT Lexington, Ky. An unidentified don't need tell him to send It along. D. Itnnsdcll, Independence, Kan. whlto girl baby, about nine days old, Our rates ere right they Hot I'll pay It back.' Tho doctor Bald hs Bst In Hickman.lights and eU snugly tucked nway In a largo basket, let people know your baths; electric and iaay would convey tho mcssago to Hill it Dies in California. cco&i an J prices are rijht, was found by Mrs. n, Dillon at hjdraulto chairs and aTarytfcUf be chanced to meet that person. Sharpsburg, Ky. Relatives hero re door of hor boarding house, 219 the N Run a scries cf ids. in this & VTOIt WAHNEIl of MIouri roso for comfort. "An hour paper. If results show, u to piak nt n dinner that was Icing two drinks, later, when ha had hnd ceived news of tho death of Mrs. l.ula Main street. County Judge ScottEast di tho drunkard met tho Thompson Odor, which occurred nt other conditions being Qlinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ly tho Missouri Hcpubllcan doctor again. 'Hello, doc,' ho equ;l, speak to us cbout said, Itoredalc, Cal.. after .1 fow months' 111 rected that the waif be placed In the In Washington recently. He children's home. There It was chris,a year's contract r. n s Nait doer to Jones' Ciafa. 'understand you'ro going to Texas. noes of dropsy. Mrs. Odor was 4S toned Iluth Adams. "d been introduced nt somo length, I've got a brother out thero by tho THAT PLAN NEVER LOST years At ago and was the daughter nf ad ratbtrr sugary things had boen nnmo of Hill. If you A MERCHANT ONE PENNY "Id about him. Whatovcr brought I'm getting along nil see Dill tell him Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Thompson, of this Frankfort, Ky. A writ of prohibiright. Crops nro place. Sho was born and reared here Ik s'ory to his mind ho didn't say. fair. Stock not so bad. Kids gettln' tion was aci'.cd In the court of appeals 1'cs: fy it was that Introduction. nnd recently went to California for her by W. A. Lowls (Coprrlf 111, 1X9, t7 U. N. II.) plain- and eight along nil right. So Is the old woman. health. Sho Is survived by her bus- tine against County Judgo other Den In a western town thero was a If you seo 1)111, tell him I don't need II. H. unnu, w. a. uuer, niju ono cnnu. a lllste drunkard." said tho senator. any help.' hirdt, of Wharton county, sitting In daughter, Kllznbeth, 10 years old. I nt to toll n story about him to the trial of a number of cnoes wh-:r"Two hours after this, when the IHw'rate what a chango in a man's drunkard had had several mora the plaintiffs aro nllcged to havo viodrinks. Frankfort. Ky. Curt Jctt. who is lated the law In selling Intoxicating toood drink may make. This drunk-M- i he met tho doctor agnln, 'Hello, doc.' two llfo sentences in the pen! liquors. Tho case was argued before serving wns often under tho enro of the sold tho drunkard, 'understand you'ro MlUge doctor Tho doctor decided to going to Texas,' nnd so forth. 'If you tentlary for crimes committed during a full bench. SpUndld Selection . thv feud troubles In Droathltt county, oo?e to Texas. Tho drunkard met seo Dili tell him I was never In better bna been transferred from tho shoc-Both city and farm propon tho street in tho morning e Covington, Ky. Frod Itelch. Jim ;I5 shape. Crops are tint. Stock fat and thop to n position In tho olBcc of the years a blacksmith of Florence, for ho had had a drink. erty at reasonable prices. Uoono sassy. Family on Kasy street. Toll " Hdlo. doc," ho said, 'understand Dill, It you seo him, that I'll send him Frankfort Chair Co, Ho Is now dolnt; county, is denu, need CS years. Mr. yon have real estate for ofllco work nnd Is studying bard nt the Reich was the father-in-laJo-going to Texas. Well, I'vo got somo money If ho's up against It.' " of Fred J. ulght school at tho prlcon. Ho Is pre- Droege, president and general manale, let us got you a bnyer. paring hlmsolf to cam a living should nger of the Licking rolling mill, and c be ever be released from the pcnitun tho father of John Reich. He was a tlary. ADURE39: member of the Overgo H. Thomas said tho congressmen. I'OEt, of Cincinnati, nnd served through Ctll and see our stock. "Well, could you lot mo havo a dolHenderron, Ky. Deliveries of to the entire civil war. Ersrj thing upfd&t. Hickman lar? I dm hungry." .bacco pooled with tho Stemming Die congressman quickened Tho his trltt arsoelatlou iu tho counties o. uiasgow, Ky. After the census Hickman. Kentucky. wnlk. Hopkins, Webster, Union, Crittenden work had started threo sets of twlni Henderson total "A quarter! riiase, Just a quar and 19,117,'Jtt nnd triplets were born In this section. pounds, apportioned to tho Bevoral The parents of tho triplets uro Mr. tor." Imporial Tobacco and Mrs. Dock Gibson, of (ilbson. "No, I guess not," Bald tho con- buyers as follows: Hart Co., 9.93J.O0I: Gallagher Co., S.Sni,- - county, and tho twins wore ASOITHKUN consressmnn was gressman. born to 10; John II. Hodge, 3,099,730; W. O. Mr. nnd Mrs. walking toward Pcnnsylvnnli n.a. Tho stranger stopped and thu con- Jeff Cook, Mr. and Mrs. frnm tho capltol In Washington. grensman moved away. Then this was Head & Son, 789,175; American To John Jachpon and Mr, and Mrs. Willie We never tire of helping others when they ask bacco Co., SG,2C3; Association Morgan- - Scott, all of tho Echo, Metcalfe voun noticed a worn and shabby man sent after blmi for good job printing. Wc can tickle the most wig him closoly. When tho ty, section. "Say, you harcn't cot a cigarette field, C9f,. exacting typographic appetite. People wh . reachod the shabby ono the paper, havu you!'' "t'.er balled him. Frankfort, Ky. Secretary of Stnto have partaken of our excellent service com lleattyvlllo. Ky. United States Man i,MYoU nro a collc0 This Is pretty bad, but wo tell It Hen L. limner took steps to rescind th&I William Hays and Collector CnpL back for a second serving. Our prices are tht lr." ho tho statu printing contract which the W. T. Short caught l'eu Tiylor. U i can BC0 tnM May , pcBk because It is Kulng the routids, most reasonable, too, and you can always dew yoj a Printing Co. has with Taylor, Hobort I'etera and Chalci "Hodonborg has gone into business," Continental momcntr pend on us giving your orders the most prompt obligingly slowed said Dartholdtof St. Louis, addressing tho ttnto by writing a letter to Attv. Lewis lu tho act of making moonshine C0DKr"au "P big pnco, (!en. Droathltt asking, him to Hie suit llijuor In Jackson county and brought Chapman and McKlnnoy of Illinois. and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our sample. "1 m n collcgo mnn, too." said them to jail. "Tho dog business," Dartholdt add- to rescind tho contract. the : ".it -- uut i am down on my ed, "Ho's git u new dog. He calls Frankfort, Ky. A petition wan filed l am offered a position, but I him Hardware." Ixjxliigtou, Ky. The program liool I was . SMSMawa got good enough clothes to "Why sucl a name?" asked tho In tho state fiscal court by M. 1. Kc-- for tho spring mcotliiK of the Ken , Btato yovcnuo agent, against the 1 tucky association, April 30 to Mny 7 thoueht I'OMlhly you other congrussmon. eonM help mo temporarily. I wlllj.ay "When tlo grocory boy kicked nt Trade Dollar Consolidated Mining Co. provides for sis races on each of th oven days, with a feature ovory day M BOon M 1 BOt on mjr tho dog tbll morning tho dog made a of Covington, asking ror back taxes M iset- Inriratloa tetoVh.adi. biU c,J,r Mlow: id. and penalties amounting to over ?U nnd carries a distribution of ncarljl bolt for the door," was Uartboldt's u --iu a lltU Uttsr than No, I fucss I uoo. 20,VUi) in stakes and tmrsea. loams n.CMtarr. Proopl Wiy.ry alwsjs? kalu't, do anything," blushing atswer. lit poses him Is opposing n nice, kln.t U man. Ho admits somo faults, but ho rles to mako his hearers believe that -- w i. uuu ns uau as ho hns been pninieu. . ... r i i. vicm jonn walker of the senate Rets In on this, too. Ho tells tho lencnrra about ,,everything of Interest In (, hnd uT,l? In i 200 NcW ,,nmp- sniro ono party reeentlv. Ho took them Into tho rooms of the unmet of Columbia committee - ruum , wnern a is "" ' llm v. . . t ,u uruncn or the Wash netnn munnil sits," h said. "Hero nro cnnliii.rii tho Improvements, the changes, tho laws and tho ordinances of tho city of Washington. I,ook thcro at tho t.ln. ih1 ,U,...i ond .Unl0'.1 8talon' whlch. Imiioslne. errx.tml vim .. . wlinn j uu ilium in ... namnpfnn M " looks llko a classic tcmnlo of nlii in. icuu oi mo terminal of n thousnnd trains. Here Is n man of ihn iiitrirt. noowmg mo mncninccnt plan upon which tho city was conceived by I.'Knfarit. Thon, too. behold tho nnnnr.imn nf the harbor of Portsmouth. In our bo. loved New Hampshire, with Its splendid navy yard. Its plcturesnuo island ana wooded slopes. This nlcturo Is 8cnator (lalllnger's nrlde. Inn n I'ortsmouth Is tho rrldo of all tho upo. via oi Hampshire." ' Frankfort, Ky. Two more-- states, In nuuition to Iowa, Massachtis'Us and Kentucky, nro trying to net tho conference of coventors, which will be held somowhero next December.' The new entries In tho rnro aro Ohio nnd Illinois, ench of which hag sent out Invitations to tho governors to meet In their stnto Capitols. Oov. Wlllson explained, In talking about the Invitai tions received from Ohio and Illinois, lhnt n voto f '"0 Rovemors Is now being token and that ho merely sent rtit nn Invitation In accordance with tho resolution of tho legislature asking tho gotcrnora to meet In Krnhk-for- t. Ho said Uiat ho would nnmo a tommlttco Inter 'to hold an election and dotermlno tho will of tho majority of tho governors, nnd tho committee on locntlon, of which Oov. Wlllnon Is chairman, m canvass these reltirna,' ington. Frankfort, Ky. Although tho state rapitol will hot bo dedicated until June 2, tho first stato cntertnlnmsnt to bo given In the iitv building will oe ino stato reception on May M, when Oov. Wlllson nnd the other state omclals will hold n reception and ml dress the delegates of tho Stato Ted cration of Women's Clubs In Ken tucky, which will be in Mrslon hero at that time. The regents of tho clubs or tho Daughters of tho Revolution will nlso bo present and rtlciflate In this reception, as the Daughters will bo hero Co unveil ..tho monument of Daniel Iloonc, and the entertainment will bo held under the aifjplce of the Hpheccn Drynu Uoono chapter of Lex hmm and Merchants Bank SAFETY IS THE BASIS.- .- Clinton Street, nickm&n, Kentucky. -- ..ABSOLUTE Tlmt we offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronise. tL BUCHANAN, President. H. Buchanan. J. J. T. A. Ledford. J. A. THOflPAON, Czthiv. C Dl RECTO RS- Condur.nt, O. D. Threlk.ld 7. W. AlezsMwu Dr. I. M. Rubbsrd. a. M. Islar, THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO plt-dire- i. TRANSFER MONEY It !.. k LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE ft ... . -- Absolutely THE BEST How a Secretary Was Made Miserable Jrf ll Hillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. -- u Ledford & Randle z l Hp-t...a- n, -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 'i 1 s. iprtt h riarble and Granite rionuments i . Itr " How Few Drinks Change a Man's Mood A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends pari-mutu- ADVERTISING Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors Jt - - I e Cash Book Store Stationery, Post Cards, LAND FOR SALE If bo-w- New Books, re - Story of a Beggar and Congressman Notions, Etc Courier Realty Ci MarvBerendes&Gompany Let Us Be Your Waiter "wt JOB PRINTING stsAWs W'B hdT hmI, r Fulton Circuit Court Docket. ourt Nine Murder Cases and Many of Minor Importance. in Hickman Monday; Judge Feland, of Convenes Hopkinsville. Will Preside. Continued Commonwealth. Watch This SpaceT Chiffonier. Bed Room SuiU FOR Chifforobc. Di"lnR Tnb,e, WA3T OUR. insure buy a friendly FLORSHEIM Ox-for- Save your socks and foot-comfor- td OTHER WAY THE that hugs the and instep-- No heel torn socks or protesting feet in 'Natural Shape" and solid comfort Blacks and All Commonwealth Cases nro set Court. for the second day of tho term. J. F. & 8. h. Dodds Co. vs. N. C. Turner Simmon, Carrying Conceal &. St. L. II It ed Deadly Weapon. Stanley Lbr. Co. vs. Jno. A. llrlt- ,, Hun Hnckett, flourishing deadly , , weapon, on nonu. Mnrmicrlte Kcsterson vs. Eminent Hun llackott, carrying concealed j,,,,,,,,!,! Columbian Wood mo n. deadly weapon. On bond. lashers & Jackson vs. (1. I.. War- Edgar Duller, retailing whiskey. nell. Dick Nicholson, alias "Whiskey Clinmbcrs k Bhuck vs. K. K. Kvans Dick " bootlegging. On bond. Mrs. Fannio Foulks vs. Dr. J. M Stewart McKlnnoy, store breaking ni,uiiril Jim Morris (col) flourishing deadly Jno. Keyton's Admr. va Met. Mfo weapon. Mr. Jennlo Mooro vs. C. K. Wobb. Verdict of I1S&0 affirmed by the HAT YOU Prince. Dreuer. Wardrobe. China Clo.et. Sofa" Library Table, Stand Tablet Kitchen Teble, WANT IN Cent" Tnblei Sideboard. Sectio'l Bookcase. Furniture Pedestals Etc, Etc up-to-dn- tc "Cut Eye" furnishing liquor to Oxfords-ju- st Ins. Co. Keck Gonncman Co. vs. Chat. II whole hose MOST STYLES Tans - - - $5.00. - Smitb. cfe A.xxxfc:rr Mark Twain Dead. come with emotion, conquered by ton- Uer 8l.Ilt.ment. and those whose prlv- liege It was to observe him upon Crosset Oxfords 4.00 3.50,4.00 Samuel L. Clemens, better known these occasions went away with a ns "Mark Twain," tho greatest humor- new notion as to Mnrk Twain. He ist of tho past century, died at his was not the mere jester. not tho but- homo at Ucddlpg, Conn., Friday. Ho toon who sees in life only tho gut died as truly as It can bo said of faws and works assiduously to evoke Commonwealth Appearance. any man, of a broken heart. them In boisterous riot of laughter. Ho was decidedly tho most famous He was the man of feeling, the ten Thos. Holmes, obtulnlng money by character In tho world. In bygone der hearted old fellow, tho owner of falso pretenses. In Jail. years he was a river pilot, and has any that over V. L. Cooper, uttering a forged at a heart as gentle ns landed many an old check. On bond. beat. tho Hickman wharf. Ho was printer, Mark Twuln's .writing Ufo began In Jno. Hardy, murder. pilot, reporter, hamorlst, novelist, his pilot days and continued up to Jno. Pillow, Tom llowlln, Tommle philosopher. half a century of devotion Hunter and Ttno lloax, wilful murder of his death Dut with his passing, tho throne to the art of making peoplo happy I'lllow, llowlln. Hunter on bond, Doai liumor, whoso kingdom was the world For several years he was simply the In Jail. scepter that swayed l.s empty. The hardworking newspaper reporter and L W. Ilurton. wilful murder. On tho universal heart the pen lies idlo special correspondent, searching fori bond. at last. Tho empire of laughter and gold in Nevada and California bo- - Lan Davis, Currle Fields, Ere also of tears which this king of writ- tween Jobs at journalism which grub- - Ward and I.on Cotton, gaming. Ward ing craft founded and which he fosstaked him for prospecting. Hut ho Ion bond, Davis and Cotton fined tered for nearly 50 years Is become found his purest and most paying each ns whirling dust In the abyss ot jjm White and Erse Ward, gaming streak of ore when In 1867 he wrote things that were. Only there remain "The Jumping Frog of Calaveras Ward on bond. Whlto fined $:0.00. the heritage of the dead ruler's kind- county." which brought him fame as vna Ward, earning. 2 cases. On ly philosophy, his droll fun, his quips a writer. (bond. and Jestlngs and his pathos. Lush Terry, gaming. Ho was not merely a man; he was Pink Gilbert. Jno. Dlckcrson. "Hum He was a sort of & Ellison's. an Institution. REO at Helm bolt" and Walter I'lgue, gaming, good of neighborhood settlement "Snnmhnts " Thn funniest thine II National Hotel Co.. common nui cheer, with many branches located in that ever happened at tho Opera sance. tho oases as In the waste places, I Guy Dennett, common nuisance. On night. where admission and refreshment House tomorrow how manjj . Car ot flour just arrived. It you bond. were free to all. Millions I. C. It. It., common nuisance. millions Is beyond estimating coiaa want Uie best Insist on your gro N, C. & St. L. IL It. common nul partook of his wlno ot optimum cer sending you flour sold by Travis. nnd sance, and stayed to supper. Ills fame was John Melton tc Wayne l nomas, per I miarntP nil nlumblnir and tin- Is universal. Though an Ameriand ho nlng I do. If the work don't como mining minor iu imy iwi, can born, a native ot Missouri, On bond you belonged to all lands. He had trav- un Vlcht nnd I can't out-talin rhnflrfullv dn tha 1ob over I Wayne inomns, ureacu ei peace. In most w eled In all lands and lived lust llko any other nlumber. Cotton. On bona ot them. He had mora I. W. uouuins, ureacn oi yeace, perhaps than any otbor nent homes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodges an- - On bond man ot his day. Nearly always ho nnunnn tha cncairement and annroach Jake Wriiht. wilful trespass. On was a wanderer, sometimes from nec lng marriage of their daughter, Chlo- - bond. essity, more frequently from choice Mack Adams, wilful trespass, un lva. tn Mr. Paul Pierce Pickering, on Those obsessed by tho notion that morning, May i, 191v, nt bond. impossible for Mark Twain to Wednesday It was U Ned llrasfleld, unlawful sale ot an o'clock, at the Episcopal church, open his mouth without saying some Fulion, Ky. other's property, thing funny should revise their lm William Sudbcrry, three cases, sell presslon ot him. In the' course of Col. Hackett, who was In Hickman lug Intoxicating liquors. On bond his visit to his boyhood homo at first of the month demonstrating his W. S. Young, selling intoxicating Hannibal in tho summer of DO- -' ho buggy patents, had a narrow escape Qn oond said solemn things in tho most digni- III luni neun. iiu was uuiu Dr. J. S. Stafford, selling Intoxlcat fied manner possible. Several times onstratlng his patent releaso In case lng liquors. On bond. he was so deeply touched by ho of runaway but it fulled to work Joe Truett, selling Intoxicating 11 pathos ot the occasion, bis mewttng when he pulled the string, and ho quors. with boyhood friends then grown old was thrown out ot tho vehicle. I.uther McClaln, selling Intoxicating like himself, his visit to tho graves liquors. I have tho grades and prices, iv, of his parents, that his voice quaverArthur Urutchtieiu, selling intoxicat ed and broke, and the Inevitable tears not forget to have your grocer fill ing liquors. On bond trickled down his face. He was over- - your orders with flour sold by Travis Dudley Wlncett, violntlug local op tion law. Illrcb Hotllcr, violating loot.1 option law. His bondsman, T. L. Carr, sur rendered Hollior to Jailer Noonon on slde-wheelO k near-perma Smith. John Morris, retailing whiskey. It. II. Smith vs. M. & O. It. It. It. It. ltogers, wilful murder. On U C Hoberson va. N. 0. Mcrrls. bond. Supremo court affirmed trrdlct for Frank Forrlnger, wilful murder. defendant. John Jackson, assault with deadly Jako Plant vs. Jas. II. Pickett etal weapon. Cbas. Readies vs. J. II. Dodd. Sum Neighbors, gaming. Kentucky ltilKKV Co. vs. J. II Chns. Provow. forfelturo of ball Rankin, Receiver ct nl. bond. Appeal. C. T. llonduraut vs. F. II. Light t.un riinvra. ernnd larceny. On foot. uonl1' M. 1). Hardin vs. City of Fulton, On J- - W- - I'atteVson. wilful murder. Joe Dullard, vs. City ot Hickman bond City of Fulton vs. W. W. Meadows L. D. Nichols, malicious shooting Mono Darken vs. Williams & Con Ollle Nichols, assault with deadly ner. , men -- w. wenpon. 1st Nat'l Dank of Paducau vs. Ouy Nora Patterson, breacn or peace Tucker. Appearance Ordinary. Everything to be found in an sFurniture Store i.NUUiiruiiATKl HICKMAN FURNITURE : CO. Mrs. llomina K P. Murrell et al. . OJ Klmbro e' al W. C. Johnson vs. J. L. and C. O. BcliUnk. f a Hoberson. j W. C. Johnson vs. J. L. Hoberson t. ether et al l'.tnrl . .lrat.. i.. , - i .. rrjr . ... al. r 4 Hleplieii htalir t )i, r, W. K. Hall el al vs. J. T. Thomp Ack Ijinnlier son ct al. uu W. A. Dotlds t Mifi ., W. A. Dodds vs. R. A. Craddock. .. ' . Justlu Atleberry vs. F. D. Attcber- - If V U..u. - ! al. ry el al. Mrs. Nannie Dyni vs. I). M. Il)rn( , , 0 Called for answers first day, et al. Mrs. Minnie Sccarce el at vs. My- for tho fourth day of the term. St. 1. ra Scearce et al. Henry Calllson vs. N. C. Mrs. N. C. Irvln et al vs. Dr. A. J. J. W. Norman vs. J. V. Slaydcn J. Hay Oraham vs. Mrs. W. S. Ed Alexander. Will Darry vs. II. F. Remley, Admr. wards. Mrs. M. S. Cranberry Admr et al Franklin I). O. Co. vs. Mrs. V v.. Mrs. Pattlo Pierce et al. Edwards. M. A. Roberts vs. Tom Roberts. Frank Perry vs. Ed Goodrich. Hattlo lAittroll vs. Ed I.uttrvll. N. (1. Morris vs. D. F. Chambers. N. O. Morris vs. J. F. Tubble tl al Johnlo Cavltt vs. Arthur Cavltt H. Lovelace el al vs. City ot Hilton Mrs. S. P. Shelton vs. Mrs. Annl Harden. el al. L. W. Whltaker vs. Nora Whltaker. Katie Doran et al vs. Mrs. Annl Hayo.cn. Lucy Smith vs. T. A. Smith. 8L U M. M. Ilquo vs. N. C. S. Hancock va. R. L. Campbell etal. Whltaker Paner Co. vs. Lead-- ; Mrs. Julia D. Pulhara vs. R. J. Pub. Co. (luce et al. W. A. Edmlslon vs. 8. A. Cboate, Mrs. Alice P. Wilson ct al vs. A. O. II N. King et al. L. S. Duliola Sons & Co. Drasflcld. A. A. Karls vs. 11. M. Johnson el al llrand Ilroa. vs. J. A. Mllnor. 8. L. Dodds Co. vs. It. I. J. F. Hartman Trunk Co. vs. J. A. Mil Russell at. Save 5 on your Grocery Bill uur eouoon i r. vtiem t uisj Dtina niiri in uyr iw ner. el iiuini rum incruM & Jennings vs. John Jones. 8. Carney vs. Homra Ilroa. Mrs. I. D. I'rlco vs. Use Oman. Poter vs. J. A. M liner Jiutchena J. W. Carter ic Co. vs. O. H. lira J. I. J. J. lock. C. Dondurant vs. Eugene Pol Hardin vs. O. D. Trrrett. J. Dolton ct al vs. A. N. SAVES YOU PER CENT. OWII ALL WHAT YC C. Carrie field. I Buy Ico 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. 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 (INCORPORATED.) OT. Coal Co. T. PITiTiOKT, Mauacox. CAL. Dclkcr Dros. Itucjsy Co. vs. Sam Lovelace et el. GIVES THE CASH CUSTCUf Appearance Equity. J. M. Craddock vs. W. A. Dodds MORE FOR HIS MONfcT. Alice Jamison vs. Albert Jamison. Mrs. Hattlo Fields vs II. F. Cham oium na A DOOKK.k n Mrs. Agues McDowell vs. Jas. P. bers clJil. SALARY. Leader Pub. Co. vs. Peoples Nat'l McDowell. ENABLES U3 TO SELL F J. I. Jennings vs. Ivey Henderson Fire Ins. Co. LESS MONEY. Leader Iub Co. vs. Citizens Fin et al. TO Campbell et NO BAD ACCOUNTS N. O. Morris vs. It. L. Ins. Co. CHARGED IO rii- il. Pub. Co. vs. 8un Ins. Co leader TOMER. a T. Dondurant va. Annie llayden Stotson Shon t'o. vs. J. A. Mllner, YOU KNOW J. J. 0. Doinluront vs. 0. D. Terrell et il. CERY BILL 13 fcVfcni Mrs. MagKlo Held vs. 8. L. llaydrn et al. lu al. W. A. Frost vs. City of Hickman. WE CARRY THE BESTFRH C. T. Dondurant vs. 8. L. llayden. J. O. Ityan vs. Menget Dox Co. OF GROCERIES AND MEATS IN HICKMAN. Siulo C. KeUer vs. Elizabeth Kels W. A. Dodds vs. Jno. It. Drown t YOU or et al. al. AND AGAIN -S- AVES Ed Thomas vs. F. 0. Oreen et nl. J. A. Carter vs. N. C. & St. I.. PER CENT. 0. 8. Miles vs. Maud Porter et al F. M. Sharp vs. O. D. Terrott. TnY IT ONE MONTH Tho Interstate drain Co. vs. Drown & Cnnshaw. Continued Equity. vs. D. C. Corum at rl. J. D. Equity cases ur set for the third .Miami Upshnw vs. W. A. Dodds. day of tliu term. W. 8. Ellison Ouardlan et al vs. II. C. Amberg vs. W. 0. Perry, Preston F. Atwood. Mrs. Jennie McCluro vs. Mrs. Lou K'rflo McNeil vs. Ilolley McNeil. Harper A. M. Doner et al vs. W. H. Wil J. II. McCluro vs. L. W. liams. Albert llopcr vs. J. A. Robertson ct al April 1, 1910, J. F. Dawes vs. W. It. Roper. x.ush Perry, violating local option Farmers Hank vs. Hand Made Hug law. op gy Co Orovcr Perry, violating local Kd C ..Paschall vs Finley Hynum. tlon law. E. P. Hodges vs. J. S. Pbarrls et al Perry, carrying concealed Lush W. II. Porter et al vs. W. A. Adums deadly weapon. drover Perry, carrying concealed ct al. Mrs. Susie Ervln vs. Arthur Ervln. deadly weapon preE. T. Howard vs. Willie D. Howard Jim Hlngo, two cases, unlawful not' In addition to our prompt and accurate Emma Datts vs. Isaiah Hats. of t e ting fish. On bond scription service, we have in stock nil s Oliver DuilKor et al vs. A. L. Jim Illngo, unlawful fishing with I Administrator. not. On bond. favorite family remedies for Spring use. the David Mann et al vs. Mrs. A. L. Hen Mooro, unlawful fishing with our years of experience we have learnedmost Watson ut al, net. On bond. stock nnd the very ingredients that arc Frank Cotton, unlawful finding with Geo. I. Doylo vs. Lewis Atwlil, up anAd0. T. Meucliam vs. 81s Shelby, net. Tried in Quarterly Court. wanted in family recipes, and can put Hay Anderson, unlawful fishing ministrator et al. possible noything you want on the shortest D. D. Wilson vs. C. T. Dondurant. with net. On bond xe' Jesslo I41U1I vs. Albert Ludd. (Ico. Cole, unlawful fishing villi tice. Cet your favorite tonics and thai Ruth Fuller's Admr. et al vs. Her net. On bond. cipes fiUed now. We carry everything store, II. 0. Eddlngs, having liquor for Heirs and Creditors. drug should be found in a first-clas- s Mrs. Ida Arrlngtou vs. Arthur selling. Appeal. price peace, Wayne Thomas, breach of promise you prompt service, reasonable II. L. Puckott ct al vs. Mrs. Polly Appeal, and courteous treatment. J. A. McVeagh, carrying concealed tlreen et al. deadly weapon. Appeal. Sarah James vs. Dill James. "The Old Reliable" W. C, Johnson vs. P. C. WaKSonor For uso and benefit City of Ful ton, Clarence Elliott. Selling wills et al. key, On bond. II. A. Tyler vs. Jas. A. Clark et al. Ia'q McClaln Quardlan et al vs. (INCORPOHATtuj Continued Ordinary Ella Derryman. Leo McClaln Quardlan et al vs. W, Set for tho third day of tho term, B Mrs. King et al. Mrs. J. N. Hall et nl va. Ilaptlst nag Pub. Co. D. M. Vnil KEEP YOUH PAY 0ULY FOR GET. MAKES YOU MOR" ECONOK ni Hickman Grocery Co, Spring Drugs Had-Ker'- fr HICKMAN DRBJO COMPANV a fU.-- hi f ,ny ntherpaperln thl tcllon of Kentucky FOLKS NOW UVINO ,n Fulton county 'J11.1 1,11 jou that we print tlm more local nfi I THE HICKMAN COURIER. Wagon up the Hill A BLUE MARK mean that year serlptten nas 01 want the eape-rtto yoo arier inn o 3 Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial VOLUME at Success. The Courier has a Spantin' Good Team. Grease the Axles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch tm m MO. OLDEST riPr.B IK WEBTERN IENT00KT to HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910. i lAii iAiti-A.AAii. WHOLE HO. 940(1 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAK 1 An Ugly Charge. Ilrltt Green, a negro working nn the fnrm of C. T. Ilondiirant In tho lower bottoms, was arrested here Saturday by Deputy Sherlf Goaldor, charged with Incest committed on the persons of his two daughters. One of thu girls Is nbout 1C and the other about 23 years old. Green Is about 40 yenrs old. Tho warrant was sworn out by tho mother of the grlls. Thu negro waived examination, and his bond was fixed nt $500. Ilelng unnblo to make bond, he wns landed In Jail and will nwalt the action of the grand Jury. It Is said there Is little doubt of his guilt na his daughters will testify Uiti Ui Uita.liA iaMl-a- V lAiU-sV- i ANNUAL i REFRIGERATORS you need a refrigerator that surpasses anything on the market in construction, interior and exterior finish and the only refrigerator that is absolutely sanitary from every point of view; you need a If sssssssssssssss! You'll Find When You come here for clothes that you'll get something more than just the garment you pay for. You'll get a security of quality and a permanence of satisfaction that isn't always involved in your purchase lite Fret con- AGREEMENT. and consideration of Forty-siDollars, cash In hand paid, the receipt of which Is hereby acknowledged, and the further consideration of an account of Threo HunDollars; nnd dred Klfty-threthis account being tho amount I have drawn from tho firm of Dillon & Cox In excess to tho amount drawn by J. T. Dillon; I, John L. Cox, bargain, sell, convey nnd assign unto J. T. Dillon, all of my right,, title and Interest In tho Lyric Theatre together with njl Interests In rents, royalties, contracts, etc., thnt lave been owned and operated In fhf name of the Lyric Theatre, of Hickman, Fulton County, Kentucky, byi the said In x 95-10- 0 o This refrigerator is She looked at th cernnga, she looked at the walla, Blie looked at the stairways, aha looked And then aha decided that they wouldn't do. That each muat be tinted In aome other hue. She changed all the windows, she chanced all the doors, She had men reflntah the woodwork and Doora; The furniture, too, she concluded was old And It to the aecond-han- d dealer was aold. at the halls. New furniture came: the piano, as well. Was changed for another ahe thought was more awell: Tha heating arrangements she had them firm of Dillon & Cox. ripped out And brand-necontraptlona of plpea laid agreed that by about. It Is understood nnd tho Lyrvirtue of having the title The bedding, the curtains, the carpets ic Theatre, of Hickman, Futon counand rugs hlml the said She quickly condemned with dissatisfied ty, Kentucky, vested In shrugs-S- he vowed that no one of the lot was J. T. Dillon agrees to nssime, and the thine does assume all of tho Indebtedness And ordered an outfit all new fdy the of people havo tried "Kvery-bodys- " of tho said firm of Dillon & Qox, con print. Coffru already, and they have tracted In their Interest, nrevious to roof -- IWUKTr Kit other also, for vvfryomi RoM IM'TWIY And now her poor husband from her holds drink. It once. Mpi It !' In witness whereof we have here sneak on a negro cnuin on sassairaa aioor groceries. llldito Saturday afternoon and caught unto set our hands, this the 23rd day For grimly he fears ahe will thus seal his rate: O McUanlel of April, A. D., 1910. "You'll have to be chanced; you ara clear two negro bootleggrrs-I- rn ulc and Luther Fly. Ho found In thu oui or aaiel JOHN L. COX. III homo wont dead and til J. T. DILLON. six cow In a house Hsoda water wftles filled with vt. nt lame and he lost Witness: Goalder Johnson. .wi,..r -- Bm: then a hurricane cami had whiskey and 01? gallon of al "I want you to meet my brother day and blew the cohol. When the ncfoes saw the of- on n summer's Casslus," says the lovely heiress to away, and the fleer coming, they spumed tho doors l,mi,. where he lived Giro C. II. Moore a share of your 1'ercy Bedoo, as they alt on the sand mm a run ror at the seaside resort. ..,nl.n,iakn oanm wheu that was gone and attempted to grocery buslncM. hou.no his money, hut Gc'der was a llttlo "I shall be delighted to know him." O and swallowed the land that the responds our hero. Idly digging a hole ., then the tax collector came too quick for thtf ana "covered" Not on This Side of ths Water. In the sand. "I used to have a verv them with his fol before they around and charged Mm up Cardiff, In Wales. Is a city at least dear friend In N'York named Casslus rarnn. could get their biery in action. .001) years old. and Its growth hole In the ground.-Up- son has nilderbllt one of the railroad Under court Vly was been regarded by In Judge Nayl,' . bills, you know." Home t,enl fined 5and McljHol 125, which they wenomennl. "Ah. Indeed!" responds the heiress, will move from route paid. V C. Hallow on, yes. He and I, and Jimmy of Jiay 1 tn this city about thu flmt Hickman Fumlturo Co., headquart' Merepoint Porgan, and Russell Scrage, property ana wany uaster and all that crowd He will occupy the Graham crs for undertakers goods. Cotton, tie Uber. Phone C5. of fellows are such chums." In Kant Hickman. "How Interesting It must be to know all those famous men." "Oh, not so very. They are much Uke everybody else. After all, as one goes through life, he learns that there Is but one person who really fills his" ideal, tmd that person. Miss Much- coyne, Is yourself. I have never seen " structed of heavy gal vanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is either white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, hinges and trimmings are of ' heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated with aerofelt and maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees colder than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. Millet & Alexander t( We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 Or a larger size at 25.00 Or the largest size at 30.00 . then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. Caught Bootleggers inh. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED 1 THTl TfPfnnfTff UNDER GUARANTEE. To tho COMING SOON. I p SCREENS AND 11 5c re(n Wire! Nj' Casslus now. Casslus I Oh, Casslus! Cash! Cash!" "Will you have It delivered, or carrr It home with youT" mildly Inquires Percy Bedoo. Haughtily tossing; her nroud head. the lovely heiress .la about to arise and leave, when a wave of recognition surges over her and she exclaims: "aiercyi I know you now. You ar the new floorwalker In the carnets. I was In the leather goods until week berore last, and I'm going to be In the umbrellas as soon as my vacation is over. Hut Percy, ero the sun went down had convinced her that she would better accept a position In a cosy lit- - "Walt Just a minute. There me a Spring Stock tie nai. He Is ! LAUNDRY 1 Can't Do It. a lawyer, ahrewd n1 w..n Wth cunnlnr In his very mien; ' The laws of nation and, of state He'll show you are of little weljtht. But If you dod-- e him he'll say: "Pshawt I cannot dodge my Made a 'Purchase. Huh," growls the brutal husband. looking at the llttlo piece of goods his wife is unwrapping. "Hub! That's the way with a woman. Put in n wholo day, pester tho lire out of clerks and wind up by coming home with a sample of something to see If It will match something else." Sample, Indeed!" replies tha lnvinr wife. "I want yam to know, John I The Cheajt Place in town to buy Sans of course. Citizens of Hickman nnd This is what the Columbia Dally Surrounding Country: Herald says: I have received a lot of tho famous "Tho Clar.i Bochner medicine which Is cuaran ed a week's Belcher Company openengagement last night teed. I thank you all for your past at tbe Grand Opera House, presenttrado and solicit your future. I have ing the fraternity play. "The Hoart nover Had a bottle returned. I can of an Indian; Although tho price euro every fungus growth the human of reserved seats was hut thirty cents rnmlly Is heir to without tho knife. the play and company aro well w.mu Coino and see me. Office hours 8. a. the 7C cents charged by many popu111. to 4 D. m.. and nil llnv Rntur.lo.. lar priced attractions. Tho play is ' DIt. J. C. MORRIS, exceedingly well staged, with two Hickman, Ky. complete changes of scenery. The acting was capable, the company be ing well prepared to take care of the OnO Of thO IfldtOb nf IllA MAf.n,llo. - - . v. .iv.iivuia. Aid called on a sister member tho various roles. Good vaudeville snnc. ialUes between the acts, and three other day and had lunch. The s moving pictures completed tho best served her with a cun of "Ev- erybodys" Coffee, and tho visitor's bill ever given at the opera house grocer had an order boforo supper for for the money. Tonight the company will give an entire chance of uro soma Just like it. gram, as they will every night thte O week. Manager Archer has announc You can see In "Hoosler Sheetlnc ed that ladles who attend tonight Week" window at Smith & Auibom's win uo given coupons entitling them how Hoosler Sheeting Is mado In its to free admission on Wednesday various stages from tho raw cotton night. The Lady and the tramp will to the yarn. be played." Tats company will play at the Lyric tho week of May 10 with an entire change of program every night. We know what "The Heart on an Indian ' Is and, If all the repetolro is as good wo know we will get our money's worth. On Monday night, ladles will be -- ATadmitted free when accompanied by paid reserved, seat. Bradley & Parliam's The prices will bo 10. 20 and 30o. O Basket leaves every A Now Jersey Jury has decided Tuesday afternoon that it is not a violation of the law to say d . Best Work This may bring boiiio Lowest Prices consolation to the soul of Uncle Joo, anyway. 45-4- c hos-tee- LEAVE L W. I BODBS 1 I Henry Gaiiup, that this Is "ib rood. for my new bathing wit." O good m touuiry A farmer phoned In from the aim said Bend mu out a dollar's worth of that good "Evory- ibodys Coffee" Its the best wo ever had." material, waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble. A sluggish liver is responsible for an immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills. He knows why they act directly on the liver. Trust him. TCTlZeTCo.,L0UM. is impossible to be well, simply impossible, bowels are constipated. You must pay attention to the laws of nature, or suffer the consequences. Undigested Mi Impossible to be Well It if the 2 Stove Pan Pins 9c 2pkgs. 6 doz. Clothe 2 Bottleslnk 2 Steel Fry Pans 2 Cake Turners Aluminum Cups 2 Pie Pans 2 Jelly Cake Pans 2 Shovels 2 pkgs. Court Plaster 2 Hammock Hooks 2 Boxes Enamellne 2 Milk Pans 2 Enamel Pans 2 Pudding Pans 2 9c 9c 9c Any Two For 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 2 Footed Bowls 2 Towel Racks 2 Egg Beaters 2 Pot Covers 2 China Vases 2 Funnels 2 Soap Savers 2 Butter Molds 2 Enamel Scoops 2 Bottles Vaseline 2 2 2 ., ,. 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c ...9c 2 2 2 2 2 Biscuit Cutters Cream Pitchers Coffee Stands Handled Nappies Large Dishes Tumblers 2 2 2 2 9c 9c 9c 9e 9c 2 4 2 2 9c 9c 9c 9c Barrel Tacks ' 9c Screw Drivers 9c bxs. Talcum Powder 9c 9c Packs Envelopes Stove Lifters 9c Tooth Brushes 9c Bottles Sewing Machine Oil.... 9c Cakes Toilet Soap 9c Picture Nails 9c Sets Picture Hangers 9c Butter Paddles 9c Ellison ANNOUNCE SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL And Continue SATURa rHEin r.eq.1 HOME GOODS By HOME GOODS is meant all those things which enter into eyeryday use in ever q1 i r mind of everv kouselcpenpr. - -For rhic ww wp Vinx krrmrrVih rrrofk- v j tv wiuugm luguuii liuiiuicus or nei cleaning is done, or about to be done, you will know what is needed in your home, j- UJ WE BRING OUR STORE TO YOU FOR YOU TO STUDY ii Galvanized Tubs Size 22 2 qt Enameled Coffee Pot Gray Mottling, Heavy Steel 8 in. High Footed Bowls RicH Cut Patterns 10 qt. Lipped Preserve Kettle. ...CANDIES S919c On Sale Saturday Morning April 30th AT 9 O'CLOCK On Sale Monday Morning At 10 O'clock f 17-q- t. t. 19 On Sale Tuesday. M'ng Q At 11 o'clock W19 On Sale Wednesday Morning AT 0 O'CLOCK Everything on the counter is 25c each or twoW a quarlcn 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c f reab and Pure C t lb. Crown Creams Loaded down with big bargains, specially priced for this occasion. SOMETHING NEW A. 23c Counter 25c Fine White Austrian China Salad Bowls........ Molasses Pitchers White and Whitr Enamel Wash Pans Dish Pans ........ Large size Steel Fry Pans Enamel Covered Sauce Pans t. Enamel Buckets lb. Coeo Fudge. lb. Sanded Sour Orops, 1 lb. Cinnamon Cum Drops. 1 lb. Superior Cum Oropi. t lb. Coco Jellies 1 lb Bridge Muture 1 lb And, Squire. I lb. Jelly Beans. I lb. M. M. Oropi. 'a lb. Assorted Buttercups, ' lb. Purity Marshmjifom, !t lb. Crushed Fruit Laceeni. 'a lb. Jelly Spiced Drops. ' lb. Chocolate Cream Drops, ' lb. Chocolate Dipped Manhmill:i ' lb. Chocolate Wunui 't lb. Mint Lumps, ' j lb. Assd. Balls. 'a lb. Cocoanut Tea Ducuit I I JU.f.r, Decorated Meat Dishes, large sizes Meat Sawa. 25c 25c White and White Enamel Sauce Pani 25c .. .. Milk Pans - 25c Bakers ii ii 25c Cups and Saucers ii it 25c Blue and Blue Enamel Pudding Pans... 25c Milk Pans i 25c Blue and White Enamel Dippers c Pudding Pans i ii ii 25c Milk Pans 25c . Wash Pans i ii 25c Preserve Kettles... ii ii it 25c Heavy Glass Pitchers beautiful cut glass patterns , Decorated Covered Dishes oc Gold Band Meat Platter... Any 2 for a Quarter qt. Enamelen Stew Pans. Decorated China Mugs. Salt Large Decorated Bowls 4 qt. Enameled Bake Pans C.aA Decorated Glassware Large Size Berry Bowls, cut glass pi,! I Hmvv Brown Ware Cusoidors gallon Blue Stone Pitcher, deer drlon 4 1- -2 rjKHSSSElllSSSk Large Size Cake Stands i. T .25c 25c 2Sc o .arcro TVrorated Meat DishCS.. Large White Meat Platters Fine Gold Band Bowls Large size Rich Brown and Green Pitchers Large size Flower and Fruit Decorated Salad Bowls, beautiful decorations 11 Decorated China Plates Decorated Cups and Sauren ... ie Decorated Oaken ....9: Decorated Round Bowls .... Decorated Meat Ouhri .... e Gold Band Cups and Saucers ....9c Cold Band Bakers .... 5c Covered Sugar Bow's ... it Large Glass Bowls Butter Dishes ...Se Gold Decorated Glanware ft ....9 tie 25c Covered Enameled Roasters .25c Large size Glass Bowls, Cut Glnsri terns 2 for L.25c II BATH ROOM FIXTURE8! GROCERIES At Sale Prices Bon Ami Sapollo Pea Nut Butter 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c Oc 9c Nlckled Towel Holder Nlckled Tooth Brush Holder. . 9c 9c Nlckled Soap Stand Nlckled Bath Tub Soap Holder. 9c 9c Toilet Paper Holder 9c 1 bx. 3 cakea Toilet Soap. 3e Meat Chopper 9c Folding Lunch Box 9c Egg Boiler 9c , Knife Sharpener Bottle Pickle Glass Mustard Glass Jelly Best Head Rice 2 lb. Can Apples, 3 for .'. 1 2.1 b. Can Tomatoes. 3 for 21b, Can Early June Pea Can Peeled Table Peaches.. 91 31b. Can Tomatoes 9c Can Kraut 9cl Can Pumpkin 9cl Can Salmon 9c Post Toastle 9c Ready Cut Macaroni 9c Durham Shredded Cocoanut 9c Bottle Mixed Pickle 9c Durkee' Salad Dressing 9c ... Botle Plckletd Onion 9c Van Camp' Soup , 9o "Your Truly" Pork and Bean Chill Con Came Mustard Sardines Premium 8oda Crackers Marshmallow Dainties Banana Bars Old Time 8ugar Cookies ....90 ....9o WheUtone Flower Garden Tool Tack Hammer Set Bed Roller Sink Cleaners Plate Scraper Nlckled Dust Pan Chair Seat Nlckled Call Bell Aluminum. Tea Strainer 90 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c Bc 9c 9c I .... .... .... ... So 9a .... ...So 9c 9o Frotana Vaullla Wafers .. Fig .Newton .... Sunshine Clover Leaves Social Teas Jello Shlnola Stove Polish 3 In 1 , .. 88 .....i9 88 90 Oil Big Deal Soap, 2 cakes for Ivory Soap 2 for..... Lenox Soap 2 for Clarlette Soap, 2 for Wisdom Powder, 2 for Oysterettes Cheese Sandwich ... Cocoanut Dainties Coco Favors ICamer Biscuits . Chocolate Finger tu Zu 2 for (needa Biscuit, 2 for imon Snap 2 for ijer Lsslet, 2 for . ... 88 .... ... 90 88 88 Star Naptha 2 for Table Salt, 2 for Baking Powder Can Syrup .. 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c a " All Extract ..9c ,0 B N NEXT Enameled Pudding Pant Enameled Fry Pans Encmelcd Bread Pam Enameled Wash Pant Enameled Sauce Pant Enameled Milk Pant Enameled Dlppen Enameled Soap Standt Enameled Bucket! Nlckled Cutpldort Oread Toattert Chamois Skint Fine Box Paper Be at 9 o'clock ek, 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c , 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c Until Hatchets and Hammers Dating Stamps Stamp Padt Metal Back Combs OHT, MAY 7th, at 10 o'clock Horn Rubber Combt Combt 9c 9c 9c 9c u EACH Fine Combt Razor Honet Japanned Tray 8teel Hand 8a wt Alligator Wrench Pr. Cutting Pllen Nickel Plated Plncen Steel Planet Try and Mitre 8quaret Steel FrV Pant Set Tea Spoons Kitchen Lamp and Reflector Clean Cut Cake Pans Hair Bruthet Cloth Bruthet Wire Clothet Llnet Spring Balances Large Iron Stove Pant go , ,9c 9c .....9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c Sc 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c and , are so absolutely necessary for the comfort and convenience, and peace of and everything is priced at way under value. Now that your spring house-hoove- s you to take advantage of the opportunity which this sale offers you. ALE WEEK 4 qt. Enameled Milk Pans ARIOU5 SIOCK OF GOODS AT YOUR OWN LblMJKfc 5 qt Blue c and White Lipped Sauce Pansiand Preserve Kettles 17 qt DISH PAN, 17x5 H Enameled inside and out with latest shade purplish brown, flaked with white. A beauty 9 15 On Sale THURSDAY MORNING At 10 O'clock ON SALE FRIDAY MORNING At 11 o'clock ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING May 7, at 9 o'clock. SEASONABLE ITEMS AT MONEY SAVING PRICES WATER COOLERS 2 gal. Coolers i 39 4 gal. Coolers 1,99 5 gal. Coolers , 2.19 6 gal. Coolers. 2.39 ICE CREAM FREEZERS 2 qt. Freezers 1.99 3 qt. Freezers , 2.39 4 qt. Freezers 2.69 PRINCE DARLING" COOK STOVE 5.99 MASCOT DARLING" COOK STOVE a magnificent value 11.99 WINDOW SCREENS AND SCREEN DOORS- -at rieht prices for you. Family Scales Gold Decorated Water Sets Gold Decorated Berry Sets Gold Decorated Table Sets 9o Bowli Bowli ert . .9c .90 .9o 9c 9c 9c 9c White and White EnamBowl and .99c "Easy Pouring" Ice Wr Pitchers, holds back the icej 6 ft. Step Ladder Pitcher . 49c 49c 1.19 c Ice Cream Freezers,;0" "th Heavy Glass Berry Sets, n Berry Bowl and 6 Nappies, Cut Glass patterns49c 8-i- Beautiful Parlor Clock worth $6. 4.49 dnnrle in Rmr ftnnric M"uvi J til MJl J vwwvw Just Received on Sale Ladle i.bed Vett LaceJoren - shoe 9c 9c k" 9c Remarkable Shoe Sale and Linen Darfowelted fli "l,h 1.19 Buy at M.. New Tori"' yard '0 r 9c u, Embroideries 2 ydi.9c 2 Pure Hem nt Llna,k sfr" Tovv,e, 011 190 - drens Slippers and Shoe, worth up to $2.00. choice of Misses and Chit. Double Size Talcum Powder gc Aluminum Tooth IPck Holders. . .gc Wool Dusters 0c Feather Dusters 9c Trow Be.tQiibl C,0th- 19c Cloth' 29c 1'99 1.49 . 1.99 and Buys choice of any of our Ladles Fine Shoes and Slippers. Theso told at $4, $3.50 and $3. Styles are good ..FIeuriTab,e Cloth nan 1 1 n Spike Hal Pin. 9c ,.blo Cloth Puro lj xhed Table Cover. Linen. I, with hooks Universal Tinware Mender Tooth Brushes Tape Lines .. Rolling Pins Wood bowls Dust Pans .. Utility Bowls ..?... So gc '.'.'.9c '" ' 69c 49c 39c 49c 99c 49c Sash 1' jrtalns Palrj irlalm Pair 2.49 choice of any of our Men and Boy Fine Shoe, and Low Cuts, that sold up to $5. Strictly flrst-clat- t and style. Buy Enamel Pie Pan Enamel Cake Pan Large Milk Pans , Large Pudding Pans bread Boards Muffin Pans' 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 8c gc g n a Towels L1M. T.....I. IVVVVIB. c ....... ...... Ui " .Curtains 10 Rugs Lai c Seam gc II Drawer. 39c H.mburg Embroideries"..,. 9c 8prlnkllng Pots Bean Pots . Butter J" .'..'.. g5 gc g 9c WW 8 PRETTY IN When BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE XND BEAUTIFUL LOTS. ONLY SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ADDICION S SO 5 I sell 8 more lots, the remainder Will be taken off the market for one year. The rest of the lots will cost from 25 to This is by odds the prettiest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman ! cent more than I ask for the next 8 I sell. If You Want One of These Lots - - Now is the Time to Get Busy ! O. L. Walter Power-Ove- r UNKIND. I had hopnl w mrtt Manila, ami hap aomethlna; mor. Toil otirn hae given ma pralfr: 1 hara paid your far fare: you were That you had adorable way. We when I awore rr tlaJ llttla Halley's Comet. IT IS THE PURPOSE May 18, 1910. lxMik It up on your calendar and, when found, mnku u nolo of this dale. On that day this old world I going to do omnlhltiK that It probably nev-i- t will do again. 11 U going to give I ho llo hi uiuat emphatic nnil fashion to tho adage that titers Is nothing tutw utidur tint sun. On May 18, HMO, this planet earth Is going to pass through the I5.0oo.oyg miles lung tall of Hallcy'a Justly celebrated nnd popular comet at thu same time thu coiuel crosses the face of tin' sun. In other words, on that ilato the earth, llalley'a comet and the sun will all three be lined up In a row In the order named; and thla Is something that the chances are about 10,000.000 to 1 never ran hauiM'n again. Ken the sun Itself, Kitting along lit yeara as It Is.ptoh ably nuver before had the chance to en this comet directly Lot ween the earth and Itself. It la an astrononil cat coincidence unparalltlcd In the history of a'.nr hunting. Astronomers II over the world are escltil about u Lowe Brotk: High Standard Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been Rood, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best-- '' procurable when combating sickness. I have aqueeied your allm hand and presented to you A number of beautiful books. I have aeen your eheeka fluh. and I've thoucht that, aome way. My life blended Into your life. But why. when I asked you to luncheon Did you telephone to my wife? 8. K. Klaer, In Chicago Itecord-lferal- have whlpfrl aomtlmf nothlnn. 'tl true In unllihtfd corners and nooka; OF THE OFFICERS of THIS BANK to encourage sane living and conservative investment; to nnsist our customers with advice nnd aid them to get ahead in the world; to extend such needful help as is consistent with safe, sound banking; to be of use nnd materially aid in the upbuilding of our town nnd community to this end we offer to the public our cxpcicncc in financial affairs, the facilities and services of a strong, carefully managed bank Liquid Painl Give 11 mm iL.i IU41 -.- Beit Reiu tfXi rr.ri...l that day. 11 . .. m Uon PAPA KNEW. half more iqaire rctulti narr, Coveting inulti lt- - pfrnJ cl cet-iuto- ivtftJ. Wear.reiulu TwjbiireejfJ longer service, and surface ltf;l good condition ftt nt pitotiar Nothing better v Hickmiacrf ton county fr. rf ir nt,!! We shall be glntl to have YOUR name on our customers' list. Cowgiirs Drug Store (Incorporated) THE HICKMAN BANK Capital and Surplus, Cowgiirs Drug Stoi (In orpraedj It. $65, 000.00 ft DAILY DIET HINTS Bf DR. T. J. ALLES Food SpecUUit. tie Bobby (a ltd six) HARDENING OP ARTERIES. and any other star? Papa (a theatrical manager) De--I pends altogether on the angel hank of I ma snow. So many coda, ao many creeda, Se many patha that wind and wlad: TVhlla JuU the act or oemi Kinu la all thla tad world, oeeda. Bay, pop, what's difference between a fixed star! I What effect the adventure will hate the earth Is disputed. If the comets' tall Is of gas, at least th gas Is much diluted. 801110 observer fear the deadly cyanogen gas, which. If thick, would stifle all breathing thing at once. Diluted, itch a gaa might turn the whole world sick to It stomach for two or UKin OPERA HOUSE SNA!' HlltlTs l: graph OallT) Uun.-day night. pm APRIL 25W.I . sj;aittJ .i. ct 4...C1' v es of the Kjn- - vpi. the dlrvctioo of Jl CATARRH CANNOT tiiul J lil BE CUR That a man Is at old as his arteries I a well established fact. Hardenlna physiological of the arteries, caused by deposit from the blood of mineral matter that gradually destroys the reilllency of the blood and thus makes them Incapable of circulating the blood, Is the ultimate cause of death. This condition Is brought about by the secondary effects of autointoxication. The chief contributing causes are, In meat, white bread, beans, eggs and water containing an excess of mineral matter. Bad mental conditions, excessive exercise, weak circulation, ves-sets, Just Being. The Force ef Association. "Our glazier telta rae be Is golag to give up his business mad take up the atudr of surgery. "He may make a good surgeon, out I doubt If ho would ever be a popular one." "Why not?" "Because he would never think of performing any operation wjthout great deal of pane." Strategy. Yes. my class Is pretty well In-formed about the approaching cornet,' aald the first teacher. 'Gracious." exclaimed the second teacher In surprise, "how In the world did you ever get the children Interest ed In It?" I undue expoaure, and alcoholism are also efficient contributory causes. The natural remedies for teriosclerosis are: Fresh fruits, especially the apple, distilled water, buttermilk, vegetable oil, fresh air and bathing, vibratory exercise, fasting and optimism. ar- phenomena.. ir..i..,i...,. ...... ,,..WMV, ..... not reach toe scat ef U tlttJ UUl n tho aurora horeall. Catarrh is a Hood or eosiiiia Deflandre. - a frenchman. dm disease, and in order to is It Ulltls inad.r up of cathode rays, must take Inltniai r atdlei lb our ntnmspherv, uaiarrn uuro Is uken ie.-mIwuiyi. toucniiig wout Decoinu of creal lnin acts directly on the b.ocd ui bscJ sltyATho effect of X rnya uKn nlr surfaces. JUH t U.r h lure u fc- ring the water out of It so we a quack medicine It ti prtKr.'l A may V soaked with nr in by one of thu tx.il in tl country for ) an tj a a rrrtl unnniour comci bath. of it Aivwiiiiiik ... way nt n vorv prescription I: n Circuit Court Monday. una Shoot the weather man. . yoal tonic known, ccl zti iIU ' rapiu o and. nrronllnif in. W..h tJ.rKUjl Inctun V.l..n,i- " can now ie noun Lost blood purtfi- .1, a Evory night at tho Lyric. M. Nalfeh spent Sunday tn,Ful" S. wun tilnakcd eye under favorable tho mucous larfj. s Tha pert! O l ton. atmoaphje condlilnn. Th -- ,... combination of t o Ho v,.ii.-.- . your produce to C. H. Moore 11 i saitaiu , Take visible all Anrll and Is what produc' s r..b wocdcrfnl Seed forti a part okay, suits In Garden seed at: Bettersworth & MannB , lllIU,nilm tlmonlalscuriae , free ini ) Ctxitj Prathcr's. guarantee our work Moore Jfc uniiianc.v Mar iKih Wo Oh.a. Co,. I'rops , Tor-dOliver. Bold by drutgliti, j dimples knows Any girl with pretty to renew your aub- C. T. Ilondurant was In Moiuphla oa iariptloa.t Take Hall's Family Fill for coud when to smile. patlon. -- onday. business cal Bmn predict a display of electri nannies. 1 !, IN GENERAL WAY -x'i 1 1 """'1 inxn-dif.- 1 -- o, o (Copyright. by Joaeph U. Uowlea.) Let Mooro nnd Oliver do that, h Aral VrftM ft af tslU t hanging and painting of lta coming and burning the Per chance schoolhousc down. pa- - dowa See "Iloosler Sheeting Week" win at Smith & Amberg's. a Spring Painting When you make up your mind to do some painting remember that it costs as much to put on an inferior paint as it does standard brands. I Mrs. Maggie Itandlo Is visiting her Miss Mabel Wilson left Tuesday for D. Hayes, at Jackson, Hopklusvllle for a short visit. To nn nelco. Mrs. 8. O C. C. Smith and wife hnvu returned Friday and Saturday, the last two from a several days' stay at Dawxon days of "Iloosler Sheeting Week" ut st In Town Smith & Atnberg'a. O Springs. O Mrs. 8. M. Nalfeh and Mrs. L. I) One lady In Hickman already has Throlkeld spent a few days In Mar enough coupons saved from "fcvery tin last week. bodya" Coffee to entitle her to n set of nice laco curtains. All good storcB Mrs. Mose llarkett baa been quit sick fot several (Jays at her homo In . K. C. Johnson spent Sunday with West O his mother In Nashville Mrs. John son Is getting along nlnly and will you need Hooalcr Sheeting, tho If likely bo homo In two or three weeks best brown domestic, thla wvuk'i the time to buy It, und Smith & Am 4 saying a whole lot, but noW phrase describes our ICEbxES and REFRIGER L00K INTO jT Wo foiled to get the names of a number who nru attending the re union at Mobile this week, but a mows others are Gen. II. A. Tyler, Miss Mario Brevard. W T. Sudborry. lir. J. 0. Morris, W. A. Dodds und wife. Or. C. A. Holcomhc. Chns. New ton, Mayor Tom Dillon and wlfu, Wm. Stoker, M. A. Stoker. Yea, verily, girls are of few di.y and full of mischief; wlioxoovt I deceived thereby Is not wlso. When the fulr one chuweth her gum with much haste and stampoth her foot then buwaro. She rometh forth In thu ovenlng with low neck und short sleeves, but In the morning she llelh lu bed while her mother hustluth Sho eateth all winter the young man oysters and partaketh with glee of his sleigh rides and when goiitle spring cometh sho wlnketh her eye I and grata and geU-ta ww beau, berg's tho place. O ATE Alcr. fV.v am the If you don't believe Its Just wonderful how that "Kvery bodya Coffee" took 011 with the good people of Hickman. Kvery good store handles It. O see them, and then com the prices with those You'll get good quality with greatest covering capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints Walter Ferguson, J. W. llrown and M. II. Ilondurunt, three prominent young men of Cayce, cumu over Mon day night to attend Masonic I)dge. O elsew 1 are resonabl priced. Sold only by When you see a young lHily pour lug over u long letter, thu cliuncua are thut It Is from him. Mavbo It Is from a g!if friend lolling ull about hur "him,". 0 Thomas Jefferson taught that the art of government Is thu urt of be line honest, and each new luvestlga lion proves the folly of those who refuso to learn ot hliu, HELM & ELLISON St. Lolpslii Co. Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Women Tinwork-JOH- N Courier Want cotton the College. Plenty of ground and er's son of us tlint Is Interested In all Improvements. Terms to suit purHickman should put our shoulders pay rent. See as. If to tho wheel nnd push this proposiColumn chaser. Don't you want a home. Hickman Courier. tion. Mr. Lattn says If wo take acOn the Streets HATKS-O- ns Cent per Word pr Week FOR SALE: 4 good saddle and tion at onco, they will guarantee to Uftib In Advance. harness horses, 3 to 5 years old. Alhnvo tho road In operation by fall. so, two good milk cows with young Don't got tho Iden Into your "noo-dlo- " Ladies will find here Low It was Indeed a short summer. calves. Paul Shaw, 8tate Line. 4Gp that the. railroad must como to Small bottom farm. FOR SALE: REO the best summer drink made. Hickman, donntlon or no donation. LOST OR MISLAID, Policy No, 210, Shoes to realize their ideal Capt. W. A. Shuck, of Jordan, was Aply at this office Huch Is not tho case. If wo want It, C13, Issued by the Penn Mutual Llfo wc mus' do our part, nnd the soonor In town yesterday. FOB. SALE: Good, gentle family lnsuranco Company, on the life of of style, fit, shape or kind. 42tfc Charles W. Curlln. The finder will the butter. If It la not built Into C. SMITH. Your parties are not complete un lorso. this city, It will bo our fault. please return above policy to him. less REO Is served. Dainty pumps, stylish walkFOR SALE: Two good milk Cows Wo need tho road wo can get Itj Apllcation has been made for tho 8eatsaro now on salo at Hickman with calves. Jas. W. Mayes, 47p c lets go after It. Issuing of a duplicate. ing Oxfords, black suede Drug Co. for "Snapshots." o WANTED: 8mall bottom farm, at O. W. Ruckcr nnd J. F. Tucker, of BOARD Nice place to board and ' reasonable price. Address Hickman drcis slippers, in fact everything a lady could want. Fulton, were hero Snturday. No. 1 furnished room for rent. Sou Courier. IP Mis. Eula Salmon. Unite's i.xceilenco and Autumn FOR SALE Six nice corner lots J O. Ilynn, of this city, has filed Leaf best flbur mndo Travis. In the Henry Addition. Term to suit FOUND: Ladles parasol. Deacrlbo suit for $2,000 dninages ngnlnst tho 35tfc 100 local characters In "Snapshots" purchaser. Julian Choate. It, pay for this ad and got same at In Mengel Ilox Cornpnny, for alleged the Opera House Friday night. . 2t FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock Courier office.' Juries sustained while In the employ Secure your seats nt Hickman Drug eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon- house, RENT:. Nice of tli1 company. FOR 33t:c. Co. for the homo talent "Snapshots" noil, Hickman. Route 3. Whllo employed by this company screened throughout; on Troy avenFOR SALE: No. 2 Smith Premier Don't fall to read KUUon Bros, big lp Relney. lost fall, Mr. Hyatt fell in ono of tho Typewriter In good condition cheap. ue. Apply to W. C. scalding vats which Is used for ad In this Issue.. It Is full of bargains Apply D, Owens, at telephono ofto scalding logs to loosen tho bark, nnd See Clarence Heed's photograph c The Courier would like to have a fice. had ono of his legs badly burned. gallery at tho Opera House Friday good correspondent at Jordan, Rogto night. For several wockB ho was unable LOST: A $20 bill on tho streets ers School district and Clayton. work. A dainty dessert Just after a quar of Hickman Saturday. Liberal reward Brown Wiler has returned from a Pres. Iiitta nnd .Mr. Illce, of tho Tho ens will bo rjed In Circuit rcl Is Jacobs Candy all bIzo boxes If returned to Courier oflco. Chas. rrttlur Wells, Iho young man who visit to relatives and friends at his Jauunry cbarg-t- i Chicago, .Memphis & (lulf llallroad Co Court next week. 451c McNeil. m a .itttvd hero In Harris. old homo near Nashville. were In i appropriating ubout I1S5.C8 purposo Ihls city yesterday for tho For a Rtrlctly high grade patent FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Brown Charlie Roberts, of Union City, Is of going over tho railroad whllo employed us p,r..:.M r.i. fundi Kent Relney returned Wednesday flour try White Swan, Bed Hose or Leghorn eggs for setting. Per setting here this week. with our people relative to u k j tho lllckmau poatofflce, was Carnation Travis. from Humboldt, Term. of 15 eggs, 7Cc. C. A. Murchlson, ad' O. Spradlln, of Union City, was in t lie Federal Court nt l'adu-j- i building from Tlptonvlllo to Hickman. Tho Southwestern Kentucky Medl dress, Cayce, Ky. Hugh Ed Curlln was hero Sunday. In substance, Mr. Latin Informs us here last week on business. U sdny, and slvou a sculencu Society will bold Its Irvlno Faulks spent a fow days cal of ti luot.lbs liuprlsoiimnet and ftOO that the consulting engineer of tho C. L. Whybark, of the Mengel Box FOR SALE: Best business proper company says that tho change In tho last week visiting his sister, Mrs meeting at Paducah on May ty In town. One rootn,24x Co. office" force, went to Loulsvlllo, Tho best flour over brought to route, bearing half mile nearor tho Hon Scott, near Martin, 99, 0x99 used as black Wednesday, on business. Va ,1 Wciii, age 18, li tho sou of river ns requested by a number of Hickman Bulte's Excellenco and Au 46p smith shop. W. J. Barry. .Order flowers for your pnrty Car tutnn Leaf each sack guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dodds, who His bottom farmers, is not practical. U Hyan, of thU city. il j Fur at Mobile, are attending the n.cniy (mm thu poatofflco thcr that It would cost tho company nations, 75c to $1, Hoses, Brides', Travis. ul- -i All parties Indebted to NOTICE: will prrobably visit the latter's undo U traced back to November of no less than $30,000 more to mako Bridesmaid, Klllarncy, Richmond $1.50 csi.a Miss Llzzio Amberg, of Hickman, mo for subscription to tho Commercial per doicn. Frankyo Held. In Qulfport and spend: a lew aays ai ait J ir roHtnuntor Slupheus' last tho chnnge. therefore tho road wilt nrrlved Sunday fo visit her sister, Appeal, will please settle with Sado Merdlan, Miss., beforo returning to .ir.r.y report for 1909 allowed a have to bo built on tho routo as W. A. Carpcntor, of Trczevant, was Mrs. H. O. Bobbins. Mayfleld Mes Salama; John Cox, Agent.Hickman. and n poslofflce Inspector heretofore stated. hero a fow days this week on bus! senger. FOR SALE: Two Alfred O. mares, O. B. Stark, of Paducah, special tu Hickman nnd lnvetlKated sur- ncss. With tho quostlon of tho final Anything you want that wo haven't ages 4 and 6; 1 Alfred G. gelding, census agent whose duty It is to look ti. t." r Ho believed l'ruthor was vey definitely sottled, nothing reMiss Frankye Held returned Mon-da- got In Furniture wo will bo glad to age 3; 1 saddle borso; 1 slightly used after compiling manufacturing statis (4. r tf purlolnlnx 'the funds and mains but to get busy. from a fow days' visit to Mr, order It for you. Hickman Furniture phaeton. Apply to Dr. J. M. Hubbard tics, Is here this week Interviewing (..nfrotited with the charge tho 1.3 Tho railroad company asks for a do and Mrs. Q. A. McCracken In Mound Company. c Hickman. Ho will 1.s Hickman manufacturers. ian confessed to tho whole nation of 120,000 and tho City. Ills. Don't wait any longer to get that prboably be here two weeks. Help mid placed from tho county lino to Hickman. zt He- was arrentc-Bourbon Red Turkeys. Rhode Red Tho tug Oscar F. Kceler got In Lt.il : uond Ills rase wan submitted $10,000 Is lo bo paid when tho road Tuesday from tho ways at Mound poultry fence you need it NOW. We Chickens. Eggs from Red Chickens him to get a full report It will mako have plenty of It, Hickman Hdw, Monday, but Is completed, tho remainder In six a good showing for the town and la C: r.dernl Court. $1 for IS. Write for price of turkeys. City whero Capt. l.ee Campbell took Company, Inc. will not cost us a cent. f .'mi .1 unfit Tin.i1nv. nwaltlni' thn months time. These arc tho terms. Mrs. Q. B. Tbrelkeld, State Line, her n fow days ngo to hnvo a rud Of course prices for plumbing and .ii of affidavit provliiK that tho Miss Ella Bushart Is visiting W. Ky. .IMayp men nnd teams aro dor put on. Tho rodder was knock Two hundred IcT ai under 21 years of ago, when now busy working on tho now lino ed off ono day last week whllo toW' tinning will come down now, but you H. Morrow and family In Dalhart," lb.; a' ; will have to get my prices to see just sentence was iiasied by from Tlptonvlllo to the Fulton coun- Ing In the vicinity of James Bayou. house Texas. FOR SALE: how low they go. John Xtotton. and 4 acres of land with spring waJ: J,: Evans. wo moot Born to the wife of Q. K. Relney, ty lino. Just ns soon as Mrs. N. K. Neighbors and children boy. fi. T. Tyler, who has been In St. ter, on Troy Avenue, 4 blocks from April 20th,- a tho terms, tho cotnpnny will begin have returned from n visit to rela Louis the past two weeks for modi College. Apply to F. E. Luttrell. In Work on this end of tho lino. It Is our farmer friends think Some of II Bnlucr, of this city. tives In Memphis. Vi c cal treatment, Is expected home next quire of B. T. Davis. the loss of fruit on account of tho tn red a telegram from Cnrbondalo, up to us. Miss Molllo Dournc upon Sunday week. Ills health seems greatly Im Many of tho bottom planters nro residence cold snap will be camparatively light. FOR SALE: Nice Is Thursday, announplng tho death City. proved, optomlstlc. They say It will bo with relutlves In Union and lot 50x150, in East Hickman; all Miss Annie Welman, of St, Louis, V. S. Hj'wltt Ho was very cf t:r brother, Lawrence Coombs has returned rnlso tho money, Clarence Elliott, of Fulton, and necessary Improvements good stable. formerly of this city, is expected hero i03t j years old; death was tho ro- no troitblo at nil to exceptions, tho from Hot Springs, where ho hns been two Miss Ethel Dradloy, a handsome cistern, fences, etc. $900 will buy It Saturday, She will probably mako her ta'' cf indigestion. Mr. Hewitt hnd and with ono or will' bo cheerfully given. for several weeks. young woman from Mound City, Ills., Owner has good reasons for selling will future home in this city. d hre different time and Mtss Llzzlo Tenney returned to Dy wero united In marriage Sunday night Call at Courier office. A now railroad will bo of Inestimabe r r.i inhered by a number of our Miss Lizzie Amberg returned from orsburg, Tenn., Sunday, after a visit at the home of Esq. B. T. Mllner. t 1 --j .Mr and Mrs. Unltxer attend- - ble vnlue to thd bottom and llkcwlso FOR SALE: Nice residence near Mayfleld this morning. to tho City of Hickman. Every moth lo Miss Bettlo DoBow. d l- - funeral Friday. Two automoblllsts of this county will hnvo to defend damage suits at tho May or September terms of Circuit Court, wo understand. A llttlo moro discretion should be used by some of our motorists. Mrs. Nannie I'uckett, wife of Jas Puckctt who was killed by John Lew Is, a Mayfleld policeman, has brought suit against the city and Lewis' bondsmen for $20,000. Lewis was trying to arrest I'uckett and accident ly shot him. During Capt. F. M. Byan's visit to Louisville and Cloverport, Ky., last week, Capt. Lou Tullls, of Cairo, has bad charge of the Str. Mengel Box Co. Beginning with May 1st, there will be a double crew put on tho boat Bricks, Fence Posts and Capt. Tullls haa been retained Sheet Iron, Iron Tanks night berth. Here and will havn the tofore, tho boat has been manned by Water Pipe, Shovels, Forks a single crow, but owing to tho In Cinders, Wagon Scale creased capacity of tho mills, It Is Cochran Water Heater necessary to put on a double crew to keep tho mills supplied with logs Large Oil Tank J. II. Pickett and A. O. Caruthora Small Tanks were In I'nducau first of tho week Engine Indicator attending Federal Court. Tho formor We have never shown such stylish yet comfortable lasts as will be found was on tho grand Jury tho lattor on Ring Oil Pillow Blocks the petit jury. in our line thu season. A single inspection will be absolute conviction. Settling Tank, Shovels, Forks Mrs. II. W. Graves and little daugh Roll Top Desk, Large Table ter loft yesterday afternoon for Bay vlllo, La., to mako their home. Mr, Two Small Tables IN Craves was with U10 Blchmond & Addressograph and type . HABERDASHERY. Bond Oil Co., In this city until tho plant burned, and now has a good Stenographers Ch'rs 3 position at Ilayvillo. Plain Chairs Wm. Stoker bought Dr. C. W. Cur Safe, Stoves lln's lot lu Henry Addition for 2c, It was raffled off, howover. Bookkeeper's Desk and Stool 0. B. Bond (s hero from Memphis Burrough's Adding Machine on business. Cabinet for Stationery Miss Iluby Flemitfg graduates from 8tate University, nt Lexington, this Water Filters spring with first honors. She and Small Counter Scale Miss Hayden wero tied for first Postal Scale placo and the fnculty was unable to decide. The matter was left to the Letter Press crasroEiK.'WBA.K. A.asrx young ladles and they havo agreed that one shall write tho essay and thn other read It. W. A. Frost, of Wlngo, has brought See me at the Oil Mill Office suit against the City of Hickman for $100. One of Mr. Frost's mules was put In tho city pound and few days after It dlod. Mr Frost alleges that tho mule did not have any water and asks for damage. s Low Shoes Heard a 46-C- Sues for $2,000 Prices $1.50 to $4.00 SMITH & AMBERG Plead Guilty. New Railroad. n C--lp semi-annu- 10-1- 1 two-stor- y one-stor- y n - 43-4- right-of-wa- y - - 43-4- right-of-wa- A Chance to Save Money! We have a lot of things left at the cheap. Oil Mill, and will sell them to you We have Our Low Shoes at the Prices Cannot be Duplicated Anywhere TOP-NOTCHE- hosxeirxEXPERT TAILORING A SPECIALTY 00OL MILLET & ALEXANDER RUSSELL JOHNSON I Watch Dogs Wilderness LAND of Infinite attraction and of Infinite1 dinger, a happy hunUnfrjcrou'nd for tho Qutlaw, a land of peril almost prohibisettler. That tive to tho poacefui-mlndcwas western Canada 30 years ago. Now what country can point the Pharisaical finger? Tho beauty, the fascination, tho amatlng possibilities, realized and yet to be, re- - II aaeMsMSffjIMMMaiSjlsss. jsjsjsjjiiif ,, j , , Wi COPYRIGHT BY PEARSON PUB CS s freight cars eorry of bushels of "Alberta Ilcd" where not long slnco tho buffalo browsed and tho white-tal- l deer wandered undisturbed. It will not thou-sand- ssslsslssl troubled a groat deal by sickness among the laborers. Ho turned his attention at once to their food nnd found that they wero getting full rations of meat and wore drinking water from a stream near by. Ho Issued orders to cut down tho amount of meat and to Increase greatly tho qunntlty of Quaker Scotch Oats fed to tho men. Ho alto boiled Quaker Scotch Oats and mixed tbo thin oatmoal w ater with their drinking water. Almost Instantly all signs of stomach disorders passed and his men showed a decided Improvement In strength and spirits. This contractor had oxperlcnco that taught him tho great valuo'of good oatmeal. Packed In regular packages and In hermetically scaled tlus for hot climates. 53 Some years ago a contractor build. Ing a railroad In n warm cllmito was This contraeter net rtiults. A PARADOX. main, and with them nnd of them are ordered and orderly living. If the story of how this came about Is the story of tho Koyal Northwest Mounted Police Tho mounted police? Don't you remember whdh yoiwero a llttlo cfiap, how you looked after the Uniformed man on tbo glossy bay as be can, nnd how you had no tered through dearifr dream of glory.than to bo Ilko him? KTcn now, don't you feel the old. boyish thrill at tho sight of a erect figure tn the saddle at a crowded city crossing? If you do not, you nro a "grown up" saddest of labels and will Journey no more to tho Land. But for us "Incurable children," tho sight of the mounted policeman still catches at those old tbo-parkblue-coate- d, heart-strings- . blue-coatebrass-buttone- d grown-ups- , Imagination, poor,- can catch fire faintly from the gleam of his scarlet coat. t Itecnilted chiefly from the younger sons of and even titled, English families, the Northwest Mounted Police has long been an Institution where) an English university man can work off the bubbling, froth of a drop of gypsy blood before settling down as head, of a county family and warden of his church. In the main a collection of young men for whom tho Ttcd Gods, call too wlldly men with a daro-evldash In jthelr make-up- , who leave England because they are Impecunious, or because of a row with their families, or for sheer love of adventure Come with mo to Reglna or Edmonton and you will hear stories of men who gave the recruiting officer the name of plain John Smith with something of a cynical smile and It was bad form for the recruiting officer" t6 nodco this smite men vAd bad a habit of reaching for a monocle that wasn't there, of talking with tho correct London pronunr who ciation, and thrashing the called attention to this fact, . And any story you ever beard of tho to an English marqulsate patrollng a beat along tho Arctic clrclo can bo outmatched on the written records of tho force, and In the memory of ajy officer. Fifteen years ago, Englishmen of Klptngg "gentleman ranker" typo made up fully half of the force, and the other halt was composed of wild. Irishmen with all their country's late of a fight, olJ plainsmen and Indian fighters, the silent, steady-eyed- , men who gather on the frontier where the savage falls away before the ragged vanguard x)f civilization. And they have dono their work'so well that they are fast driving away their own excuso for being. The present northwest Is no nioro what It y was tn 1S74 than busy Winnipeg of Is the old Fort Garry .to which the- first troop of the "mounted" camo HO years ago4 They havo made western Canada what It Is out .of tho lawless "territoryan almost preposterous undertaking of "tho' number of policemen In Now York to govern a country 250,000 square miles larger than the United States! In short, the mounted police have brought British law atawcatcm Canada, and firmly .established It The homesteader can go Into any of the provinces and take out his claim, secure In the assurance that he can work bis land undisturbed and harvest bis crop uninjured. Tbo homesteader Is doing it by thousands, and tbo Last West is vanishing. The frontier tho last frontier, of America Is being prosaically Tpiowed by tho .practlca) man. in bluo overalls, who .doesn't carry even a hunting knife,, except to cut off bis chow 'of Granger Tlstf to. his lowest Tho Indian has been terms. When men of, tho United States were buliding the Union Pacific across the plains, they were obliged to employ Undo Sam'8 troops to guard tho builders. If the ghosts of tho dead who fight for the died violently In that firsflvo-ycars- " west were to lino up along tho right of way there would be almost enough of them to mark the well-to-dl. fellow-troopeCOO-mlhard-ridinone-quart-er And If all this for the horseman of tho parks and boulevards, what of that other horseman, tho one who rides njona wllh.tho, stretch of endless prairies for his b3t, with tho criminal who holds a life at less than naught, his quarry? Surely even your dulled miles. On a ride from the North Saskatchewan last fall, I met dozens of teams driven almost wholly by Indians and They were haulms tho Ion$ logs that wjsro to, bo driven twenty Jo thirty feet Into tho sands of tho Saskatchewan to carry tho false work of tho Grand Trunk Pacific's steel bridge What a contrast! Instead of hindering, as was onco the case, tho northern Indians are helping to build the railroad. In the construction of the now government transcontinental line, the Indians are employed wherever they can bo used, for tho road 1b being rushed with nil possible speed consistent with good work. Tbo Indians are useful, aleo, to tbo pathfinders as guides; they know the forvsts of new Cauada; ihey know tbo mountain fastnesses of tho Peace river, and they know nil tho crooks and canyons of the la red, man of y Coast ItkDge.,In- - sbort.-th- e tbo trusted'gulde and faithful servant of the pathfinder. He bunts for tbo white roan still, but quite differently from tbo wnr bo usd to hunt for the jiioneers if. old." Thanks to. the ..Royal Northwest Mounted Pohouw IsfMa ordor. Today the lice, clvlllStIB will bo a be Ions bvTore the .mounted half-breedto-da- thing of the past as wa41. Commissioner Terry' report states that the present arrangement ends on March 31. 1911. What after that? Their work Is done. Tho spirit of adventure which brought the men of 1S74 to Kcd Illvcr Settlement wllllura tho hardiest on to stilt more distant fields. Tho scnrlct tunic will bo seen no longer, except In tho pages of aomo historical sotirca book; but tbo work of theso rllcnt, steady-eyemen will llto forever, n record of tireless-noEs- . fearlessness, unflinching courago and patiencethe making of a now and great empire. Changer has already como to tho mounted. Tho days when a scant S00 men woro magistrates, doc-tors, coroners, explorers, surveyors, mining re-agents, revenuo and cus corders, crown-timbe- r toras officers, telegraphers, seouts riders, drlvors, boatmen, canoemcn, marines and sailors, nnd couriers, public-healtofficers, prairie and forest-Orguardians, constables and soldiers for one third of the British Empire are passing with every new mile of railroad. The border "wolfer." the cattle "rustler," tho whisky trndor, tho fighting Indian, tho whole band of swaggering ruffians who used to glvo zest to llfo In tbo "Territory" has largely passed away, or been crowded northward and westward toward tho mining camps of Alaska and tho Yukon. The reckless daring, the robust hardihood and pteturesquencas of tbo forco necessarily have somewhat changed In the development of tho thoroughly civilized new northwest Now the young fellows aro getting their brcaklng-lamong tho settled districts, whllo the old stagers are stationed to the north and west whero there Is still tho "frontier" on the edge of ' untravorscd wilderness. purposes of tho now order of things, For tho It Is a thoroughly competent and efficient force, as it was In tho days of tbo Territory. The members must pass a physical and mental examination which guarantees tbat I camo upon one of them In a moment of lelsuro studying a on the common law, and ho showed mo somo examination questions which Implied that be must know how to conduct n In open court so as to avoid what aro known In the law as ''loading questions." And ony lawyer will bo Impressed when I say that every mounted pollcoman roust know how to take a murdered man's dying declaration In such a minner that It can be presented as evidence in court The reason-fo- r this is that he confclncs tho functions of a policeman -, with those of a petty magistrate. . And thlj arrangement, whereby tho samo man could arrest you. and tbon try you himself, and finally put you In prison and bo your keeper, was an ideal arrangement In the days when Justice was n Justice of the saddle, and all tho more desirable for being summary. Although there are regular civil courts In the southern portion of Canada now. In tho far' north tho duties of the mounted policeman are still aa varied as those of Primarily he Gilbert nnd Sullivan's I'ooh-Uah- . keery order. After that, ho does everything that ought to be done, and that It Isn't nny one else's duty to do. And when somo qno elso leaves his duty undone, tbo mounted policeman takes It up who covand finishes It Whon the ers the North Country on dog sledges, reaches the most northern limit of his route, tho mounted policeman takes over the bags, and goes COO miles farther north with them. Not long ago a letter camo to ray hands from the Lofflngwell polar expedition, in which tho writer stated that he would take five dogs and a companion and travel 300 miles over the Ico to mall the letter. When tbo letter reached Its destination, the envelops boro tho stamp of tho Royal Northwest Mounted Police, who evidently bad received It at ono of their posts In tho arctic, and then had carried It by n from tho Ice fields to railway connection. It Is all In tho day's work to thorn. They will undertake anything, from minding tho baby to haqglng a man, with equal placidity, and put It through without flicking an eyelash. They havo tlnnq their uart to deraonstrato that tbo ono thing on this earth laager than tho equator Is the arm of EnglUb Justice. Less tban tbroo years ago a mounted policeman tracked a Yukon murderer over 6,000 miles, caught up with blm In Mexico, brought him back by way of Jamaica and Halifax, avoiding United Stated soli to prevent extradition complications, and banged blm within sight of tho scono of his crime. There has novcr been a lynching In Canada. Put that down to the credit of the mounted police, who admlnlstured Justice bo successfully that there wan' novcr any temptation for the work to bo taken up by private enterprise. There was never nny parallel for tho experience of Ulsmarck, North Dakota, whero It Is said tho first 24 graves wero thoao of men who had died by violence. Toward the Indians, tbo mounted police maintained a tradition, of stern vigilance which proveuted anything Ilko the costly Indian wars which the' United Stages waged up to a few years ago. There was nevor In tbo history of Canadu a train robbery such as still feature tho headlines of United States newspapers from time to time. Tho of crory type bad a healthy respect for tbo mounted policeman and preferred to conduct hU little enterprises south of tho border!' Canadians aro particularly fond of telling tho newly arrived American about tho troop of Amer-- ' lean cavalry a whole troop, nilud you who tenderly escorted a band of "bad Indiana'' bent, on crossing tbo border, to the Canadian boundary, line. They were met by a single mounted d mail-carriere text-book mail-carriedog-traidei-pera' "Aro you ready for theso Indians?" asked the American officer "Yes, sir," responded tho policeman, "Thoy're a bad lot Whero la your escort sta tlonrd?" Tho trooper smiled faintly under his mustache. "Why, Scott's having bin horse shod, and I guess Murray's over getting a drink. They II bo along In a minute ' And when presently Scott and Murray carae placidly en the scene, that troop of cavalry sat on their borers and watched tho band of Indians they had so. carefully guarded, depart over the yellow pralrlo under the charge of three men. Tho American officer watched them dwindle (o a dot across tho level. Then his feelings found speech. 'Well. I'm damned!" he said. And the troop rode away. Again, eld Ple-- pot and savtral hundred of bis tribe were making serious troublo along tbo rail road then under construction, and thi mounted po- llco promptly rod a out to the Indian village with an order for tho tribe to break camp and take tho trail to the norih. away from tho line. When the policeman explained the order to blm. ric-- a pot laughed and turned away. The other In dians Jeered and discharged their guns In tbo air The two policemen sat still. "I will give you Just IS minutes to comply with (bo order," said tho sergeant quietly. When the 16 minutes were up, be dismounted, walked over to the chiefs tepee, and with calm deliberation kicked out tbo of tbo lodge. brluglng the whole structure down poles, war bon nets, drying skins, kettles and all In a miscellane ous heap. Plo-andid some deep and rapid thinking. A gesture to bis young men would have sent a hun dred bullets Into each of tbo qulot. unruffled men who were systematically going through the camp. kicking out the of each tepee. Hut tbo In dlans of tbo northwest had learned that sooner or later Justice was dono by tho mounted pollco, and never made that gesture. Ha gave In. nnd In sullen silence the camp collected Its scram bled effects and turned their ponies' heads north. k Not so' fortunate was the attempt of Sergt jo.nrreit a fugltlvo Cre Indian named Almighty Voice. Almighty Voice had stolen a steer, and Sergt Colebrook, with a companion, rode across Inthe prairie to arrest him. Tho policeman to tell the Indian that they structed the had como to arrest him, and that ho mutt go with them. The Creo replied: "Toll him that If bo ada key-polkey-pole Pie-a-pCole-broohalf-breehalf-bree- nuns to respond to a knock at tbo door wth tho words: "In tho name of Ood," tho pbraso being equivalent In conventional parlanco to our worldly "enter" or "como In." In n convent In ono of the western cities not long slnco tho mother superior had n experience as a result of this custom. Some ono In tho outer world called tbo convent telephone number by mlat-ike- , Tho mother superior, roused from her meditations, picked up tho receiver and responded, mechanically; "la the name of Ood." I "Madam!" called an Irato masculine volco at tho other end of tho wire, "there Is no occasion for you to swear at roe, even If 1 havo tnado a mistake In tho number. Profane language li prohibited over tho telephone!" nevoMo-bo-forgottc- The Response Mechanical. It Is the custom In convents for tho had been drinking ery badly tonight drlnkhr Stage Director I kno ManagerThat a, Tb,l sSe-- r r.r t "An old fashlonel f vthen lln.ter e.n.e In Us i?J? " w' cups of etgnogg, and. a ,i ' overcome. 'As tho d f lwi..rS In the Into V nlterrn 4akc?i mil. Kin w.t.h.d window, curloutiy "'Oh, mamma,' the ... ook at Mr. Sturvesant haf blowing blm about' ,". ta a,, 0 married?" Nearly tht Sams. "Would It be po,. y to: c, M . "Something liko pope, p. tery. you know1 t. Tfn4 Becaote a heme It la the country became It ti on a farm U only an aJded tcaMn why it iliould be more and attractlvr, fur tbota who ant fortunate rnougn to lire in the country tmllr more tune in Ihtir boiuvi thin da who Ine in citir. And, it it at trut tail (arm hornet and firm life It duly becoming mare and toort attncUte. The tntide of our (ioum It our torar, o why not rtule it nice and at- Will purify your b! 06, cleat tractive, hunwly and cbrerful, up your complexion, and modtrn. your Yeu wouldn't think of burning Ullow appetite, relieve your tired feel, ramllet, yrt why ttt wall paper? In order to educate a few rcfiaej pro-p-! infj. build you up. Uc sure to in every community to the artittlo take it this sp ring. brauty of toft vtlvetv ahhattlnrd wall cf toliil color, a free oner of beautiful wall tteticll of rlawle dftizn la tnada to trcry lated ttbieU ra iel S.ru'a. PwetR, ruder of thlt ptpfr. It it alto roulbl to ftrenni without anv color nutrition for your horot ripen tcllin( you the rawt auitaltl color, to ou the brtt arrangement, rnruint and over rurtatnt, etc -- in fact the aervtcrt of a decorative architect are at your ditpoaal without charge to you. In ritirt there aio manr and mint ex. etllcnt drtlencra of interior decoration, hut it Ulta money and time to carry out their combine to make home Meat, Tbit Mm terrier It at the dirpotal cheerful, but no one thing of every reader if he atVt for it, and better than all, it tella you how you can plays so important a part either do the work rourwlf or direct unt ono tlt. It civet you eiact thadet ami nrtistic taste in wall colon, and the ttrnclli to do tbo work decoration. Beautiful, without chariv. nnl Hood's Sarsaparilla rcbrc Many things as vances I wttl kill blm." half-bree- Instantly the covered the Indian with his rifle, but Colebrook promptly ordered blm to desist, for Almighty Volco must bo taken allvo. Then ho rode deliberately forward upon the inuzzlo of the Crco's rifle, and, sooner than submit to tbo shamo of arrest, Almighty Voice fired. A year later, however, tho Indian was surrounded In a pit where he bad taken refuge. The pollco brought up their field guns nnd shelled tbo pit, killing Almighty Voice and thus avenging 8ergt. Colebrook' death. The outcome- of this Incident served to provent serious troublo with tho Indians, who wero all In a mora or less sulky nnd unsettled mood at the time. How greatly the Indians bavo coius to respect the Just and Impartial administration of tbo law by the mounted police was shown when one of Mocasto's band escaped from tho guardroom at Macleod after having been tried by tbo pollco on a charge of thoft and convicted. When bo returned to Mocasto's camp, tho chief who had attended the trial at which the fugitive was convicted bad been so deeply Impressed by tho Impartial nature of tho proceedings nnd by the fair administration of Justice that he promptly delivered blm up again at tho fort gate to tbo officer in command. Perhaps tho greatest achievement which tho pollco ever undortook was accomplished when they persuaded Hitting Hull and his band of between five and six thousand hostile Sioux to return nnd aurrendqr to the United 8tates nuthorltlos when they had taken rcfugo In Canada after tbo memorable massacro or Gen. Custer and his command. Commissioners from tbo United States bad visited Sitting Dull and bad negotiated with the chief for his return and surrender, to no Avail. Tho pollco, however, by Infinite tact and diplomacy, nnd because In their previous transactions they had won "the 'confidence, of the Indians of the northwest, at length succeeded In Inducing Sitting Dull and hit hostile braves to return peaceably to tbo United Btates, an exploit of which nny body of men might , cleanly and wholesome is Where' She Scertd. Sheldon Kcrrulah tells this story on bbt eateeroed father: "Ono day a long time ago a number of children In our nelghboihood wero Hm SajutarjVftll CciiirJ talking about tbo bad habits of their parents. Wt have Ideti en t:ir tunncil " 'My father smokes IS cigars a day,' cUalt Itiwll. n4 vjth Ihtt wjla ewtrz. tttett the 4(r(inir.tjac er. ssld a llttln girl, btiaatfullr like. r bt trt Thee ldt hart rott ci "'My father swears something aw fiee 10 you. Ail row i4', cf wnu tfltttU ful when supper Is laic, said another. "'My papa camo borne tight tho Akbastinc Co., Grand Raptds, Mich. other night,' remarked a third. "It was ruy llttlo sitter's turn next "'You Just ought to sco my papa read Cicero.' she said, and all the othor llttlo girls retired In confusion, gladly admitting that slater bad won tbo prize Cleveland Leader, Alaba&iiiK fc:-- I Biliousness tlwnm Examlno carefully every bottle of CASTORIA. a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and sou that It Dears tho Slgnaturo In Use For Over .K) Years. The Kind You Havo Always Bought Important to Mothers, "I have turd your vjlnable Cwctrra and I find them perfect. Coulda". i tarn lor without them. I hare udlallOCUfU In.tlnMlinei tvl .T UrcJUV. Dear. "Why do peopto use the expression 'Dear sir o frequently?" asked tho man who was writing a letter. 'I don't know," nnswered tbo man who was figuring on his expenses, "un- ml am now completely cured. Rrcon- menu mrm 10 ciTirone. mm u.- -, never be without them la tM family." I!d ward A. ilirx, Albaa.S.Y. rltMe, roteet. Tut, Cool Do flood. Nerr8kkeo,WeketrOr J0e.Cc. Wo. Newt told to tjdk olo.t.Utt ttimpedC t C OomuuhJ" out er rotu muotr bc. nant. less 'sir' Is short for 'sirloin.'" .Li tit CUM All Old Folks That takt NATUKU'H HKMKDr (Nil tabletai tonltht will feel betler In tho mornlr.r. It awretena tho stomach, corrects liia liver. Uikili and kldneva. or- vents bllloiitn-- t and eliminates lh rheumatism, lletier than Pllta for Uver Ills, thorough, eaty btcauit It's dlnercht-- lt' uro to act. (let a So liox. All UrUBitUta. Tho A. Lewis Medicine Co., BL Loult, ..emtm i a. Iu nl' "" 1 iMIUll It 'FLY CATCHER Utter Laa ana ptjaeuoaabl iVlp I. tb. aette- -t aealke;. m a. ; rijfunii mm nan Every man should keep a fair sized :emetcry In which to bury tho faults of his friends. tlccchcf. WllirV VfllTIt .IIIIVTB A It V m.TWW tod mutdea twrv f ruoi nU4. ru.uui.uun ur oevrtl 11 wDtn fuii tup. imm or lit! viMrwii um irrv iwrti' I'aiaiUUr, TU hum rrmxl; 10 retra. !'', "i.'"?.. ' o" rvjy 'nM'i?J!JX;'i t. ait J bo proud. When tho Doer wnr broko out, England cnlled for tho mounted police to halp her thoro. Ono thlrd of them, practically tho pick of tho force, went out Very few of thorn ever came buck. Many were offered commissions, and some accepted. Wherover there Is trouble, there thq mounted police nro the nuswer to tho problem, as they havo boon In western Canada for 30 years, from tho tlmo of tho Itlol rebellion up to Tho story of tbo mounted has Its shadows. Men grew tired of the loneliness and doserted at times-mewho had lost all-l- ove, bopo, ambition qulotly went uwny Into tho wlldorness and blow out their brabs, Tho llfo was unsettling; men could not leavo it nnd take up clerical work or farming, adventurer are not built tbat way. Hut, shadows and all, (ho story of tho Canadian mounted police Is ono of tbo most gorgeoua tales since the, days of tbo Spanish Main And tbu,splr. It of tho forco Is best embodied fil that inossago found scrawled on the orders' of n pollcornan who perished a a blizzard whllo making his way with dispatches to a distant post. In hla last moments' wth numbed hand b had written. "Lost, horse dead Am trying to push ahead. Havo donu ia.r o The smaller tho man the bigger the norn ho tries to blow. DEFIANCE -- other etarcha coif iiLITY. Hnurimci'i IS BUPimu" v STMCJHiSa Fads for Nine-tenth- Weak Women Women Strong, s ctte very day by of all the atckncti of women It due to tome o( the orana tlittluclly feminine,. Such lickocti can be cured l;""'"""'.''. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak It acts enertl directly on the orfant sffected sad Is st tbo tamo tUio a tivs looio for the whole tyttem. It curet femile complaint nni iol borne. It makes unoccoaary lbs duaHreeablo ouettiunio., . loctl treatment to universally intiittd upon by ductoii, ana to every rnodeit woman. We thill not particular!! here at to the tymptomt of thoto peculiar affection Incident to women, but thott nJ wtnlinjt full Information aa to ttulr tytnptorai meant of notlllvs euro are referred to tho I'coplo't Com-mo- o Seme Medical Advittr 1008 pafet, newly reviteJ and lldillon, tent frti on receipt ol 21 fnj-ceKampa to coyer cott ot maillot oa&r; or, in clola binJini! fur 31 tlinm. Addrett Dr. R, V. Pierce, Bufclo, N.Y. -- Sick Women Well. ttitw ' 10, feBt it best ust Have HAS A WILD RAGE WITH ANGRY FIFTY VERY CARELESS! Hurt Dreadfully it- AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E. Park Rapids, Minn through the Change of Life nnd was hardly able to be around. After taking six bottles of - f .H 0,-Awlt- tr V AA1A J GS From Mn. E. Fonrakr, ef Do you realize there Is' no longtir Vny rea6n "wfcf you should use a coal range? Oil is cheaper than coal; it is lighter and easier to nandlc, and gives an intense oil is more lieat. Provided you have the. right-stoveconomical, cleaner and less trouble. Have you seen tho v c, AN UP-TO-DA-TE STQWE. Lake Charles, La., Her Suffering Mutt Hare Been DreadftiL Ulte Charles, FAMI8HED CANINE& GIVE CHASE TO MAN IN A WAGON. ntilnnrn trff." trrllrr.r IhlM nifirA las ''I bad ho - cour- - THINKS Mne n Mm M of . PURSUERS WOLVES r great suffcrlnB. bnekacho, I bail -- Throws Bones to the Crying Pack as headache, heart His Horse, Dripping With Foam Oallop Madly Toward Home Farm .v. nArvniiinitti. drnirtrfnir amen. Hands Drive .Dogs Away. . ml thnnc-h- l irrv mnnlh t .1 Cedar drove, N. J. A wild pnek of famished strny dogs pursued Hcubcn No doctor could rolloro mo and thri I'lke along tho tfnrn I lippnn in tnkn (""nrrlnl.t - Van Wyck was driving Pomptonwith a - -1 U' homo f rmtlil nnl mv when ho u i.niit1v wagonload of bones nnd scrap meat .t timl n tittln In rt,vrlf-rtatft- ,i .1 ho had gathered from tho butcher -S.dco taking Cardul, I havo no more shops In Cedar Qrova and Mlllbroolc . mi nil n a rit n i nnni h n n Tho mad, hungry canlnra scared Von ......., t 111- .- - .11 Wyck and his horaea almost Into flta and mada him think of all tho stories lio ever read nbout travelers being attached In tholr sleighs as they made urged to tnko Cardul, for It should their way by night through tho deao-iMforest rcglona of northern Ger...a. many and Iluaala. f tcu are wean nnu aiunrr, mucr irora Van Wyck caya there were 60 dogs Vt.n,l la.., t In a. l.nb tho pack. Ho won driving along, ..li.ttt W na.,l.. I. w,a,nt.n..t t.a.S unconcerned, when ho heard a great .. t.ll 11,1 tin barking In the road In his rear. TurnIn tlftlM ing around, ho saw tho dogs pursuing blm at full speed, leaping over one In every way as a pccinc, tonic another In their despcrata eagerness to overtake tho wngon piled high with - . ...I. I I. meat and bones. In n mlnuto or two . ii- auw lanry tho foremost doicn of tho dogs, their nir iipi mouths dripping with foam, reached up at the clpaK' Trent .nrr.. for tho tailboard nnd Jumped merit. When ho stopped bla horses to ply bis whip on tho dogs ho saw In an InHIS IDEA. stant what a mlstako ho had mado. A doxen of tbo canlnea sprang on tho wagon, snarling, and began to fight over tho bones. Othor dogs leaped Into tho sides and front of the vehicle, nnd climbed over Van Wyck, snapping nt him when ho raised bis whip. In desperation tho mnn piled tbo lash about him with all his strength, at tho mrao time calling to tho horses to get up and go 'long. They wero rearing In fright, and at first refused to obey. Van Wyck drovo most of tho dogs off the wagon and then bo whipped hit tenm to a gallop. Tho chaso was kept up for a mile. Van Wyck yelling and lashing at tho dega and throwing bones to them to keep them from leaping at the wagon. When ho got through tbo woods and Into tho cleared vnllcy, with open fields on either sldo of the road, ho hollered v. for help and attracted the attention of -11 F I o . a, imoit.-nnin- Mrs. Hubbubs Now, look out how you get on and off tho cars. You'ro so awfully careless about the trains, you know. Hubbubs That's a fact I lost two yesterday ono going to tho city nnd ono coming homo. 3 2VewPfcrctiort ol The accompanying illustration jives its appearance. You really can't appreciate it until you either you only a rough Mea Oil Cook-stov- e ; rears wnuo passing "I was sick for iAdlaE.rinkham's pound ablo to do my own Ids, Minn. DrookTllle, Ohio. i Vogotablo ComI gained 20 pounds, am now HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN well." Mrs. Ed. La Doit. I'arkltaD- - work and feel "I nm a man seventy years old. My hands wcro very soro and cracked open on tbo Insldcs for over a year with largo sores. They would crack open and bleed, itch, burn nnd ncbo so that I could not sleep and could do but llttlo work. Thoy wero so bad that I could not dress myself in tho morning. They would bleed and tho blood dropped on tho floor. I called on two doctors, but they did mo no good. I could get nothing to do any good till I got tho Cutlcura Soap nnd Cutlcura Ointment About a year ago my daughter got a cako of Cutlcura Soap nnd ono box of Cutlcura Ointment nnd In ono week from tho tlmo I began to uso them my hands wero all healed up and they havo not been a mite, soro since. I would not be without tbo Cutlcura Itcmcdlcs. "They also cured n had soro on the hand of one of my neighbor's children, and they think very highly of the Cutlcura Remedies. John W. Hasty, So. Effingham, N. II., Mar. 6 and Apr. II, '09." Good Anti-spittin- If yon want special art rice write) Mrs.Plnkliara, ,yBn,Mass.,forlt It Is frco and always bclpfiil. "I was Irregular nnd extremely nervous. A neighbor recommended Lydia E. Plnkhnm's Vcgotablo Compound to mo and I havo becorao regular nnd my ncrrss aro much better." Mrs. It Kcrcisox. Brookvillc, Ohio. Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vcgetablo d, mado from nativo roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, nnd y holds tho record for tho largest number of actual cures wo know of, and of female diseases thousands of voluntary testimonials aro on file in tho Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints. Inflammation, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, bnckacho, indigestion and nervous prostration. Every suffering woman owes it to herself to givo Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcge-- r table Compound a trial Cora-pounto-da- use it yourself, or talk to someone who has used It-- It does everything that a coal rang will do except Best the room. Tho New Perfection Oil Cook- stove will ao anyioing, irotn ncamu kettle of water to cooking a course dinner, tint it won't heat a room. It doesn't," smell," it doesn'tc smoke. It can't get out of order. Llgnt it ana tt is ready. Turn it down and it Is out. Onlv a woman who knows the trouble Of carrying coal and cooking in a hot t IPpkj tlfaePPBBafiHa-kitchen can appreciate what it means to have a clean, perfect stove that will cook anything, boll, bake, or roast, and yet won't heat the kitchen. How is it dene t The flame is controlled In enamel chimneys, and directed against the bottom of pot, pan, kettle or oven, and only 'thetev Tho BwBBaaaaeaai Baaaw? laafn I flame operates exactly where k Is seeded arid nowhere else. With this stove your kitchen is cool. f The nickel finish with the bright blue; .. of the chimneys makes the stove orna- - v mental and attractive. Made with 1, ' and 3 burners; the 2 and Rett Be sort g Casflenxrythla ftova-- st W w you erct stoves can be bad with or without e H , ' that ttiia the name-plat- New PcrfecUon.', 1 Cabinet. Standard Oil Company l incorporated ; F.Terr dealer If not at Tonre. write fog DearrlptlT circular totba ncareaiagancT of tba $200005 Given Away in Frizes To Laattea ordinances, laws and regulations In tnoro than of tbo cities and towns of tho country aro not enforced as they should be, alleges tho National Association for tho Study of Tuberculosis in a recent report While most of the larger cities of tho United States have such laws on their books. In tbo great majority of cases they aro Ignored or overlooked. Tho report covers In detail the enforcement of tho ordinances In SO of tho largest cities in the country. During tho year 1909 In these SO cities, 3,421 arrests wero made for violation of tbo laws regarding spitting In public places. Over 2,900 convictions wero secured and sovcral farm hands. They ran out 14,100.5? was collected in fines. and with atones and clubs drove tho pack of dogs back of tho mountain DOWNWARD COURSE. flve-elghtanti-spittin- Law That Should Be Enforced. CATARRH Cured by tho Marvel of the Century, B, B. B Tested for 30 Years, Hanking, Spitting. Foul Breath, discharge of jrllow ajalle r twraanrntlr cured with pure Botanical Ingredient. To prore II we will end yon CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS but It cautes nlrerntlona. death and decay of honea. kill! ambition, often eanee lota of appetite, and rcaebea to general debility, Idiocy andlnannlt. ltneedaattentlonatonre(It. Cure II bf Maine llntanlral lllood Halm II. II.) It la a quick, radical, pcrmaaant care brcauaa It rtdi the arMia of tba ernatbatrautoatarrb. At lb aama time Illood flalm (II. It, II.) purine! the bloitfl.doetawar wltb rrerj irraplom of catarrh, II. B. II. trada a llcillPir flood ot warm, rlrb. pure bkiod direct tA tba peralyied narveit and parti alrctrd bf catarrhal polmn, rltmr warmth and Mrrncin juu where It la nerdrd, and In thla war making a rrrlrru laatlnc cure ot catarrh In alllta I.AUf.M fomna. lint'(i(il!THorb7elpreaa.ll IIOTrtW. with etrrctlona for bora rare. SAMl'I.tt fKNT rilEH bj wrtUnf IIUkhI Halm Co.. Atlanta, (.a. Deacrlbe joer trouble and free nodical advice glvta. 1 niapaa DcHsBCft Lsnadry Starck SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE a Five hundred and sevrnty two cash prizes divided a foBows, to ti man, woman or chad who sends to us before November 15, 1910, the largest number of trade' marks, "THE (HJUJLATOR," cut from our 16 ounce package, (or' tiro from our '8 ounce package to be coast! as ena), we will give TWO HUNDRED DOLLAW IN CASS. To the one sending the next largest number ONE HTJITDREB DOLLAR DOLLARS each. To the next TR CASK, and to the next twenty, TWEMTT-ITVThe next two hundred. TWO DOLLARS each. The fifty. TEN DOLLARS each. all, 572 prizes distributed as foSows: next three hundred, ONE DOLLAR each; ia 20 80 200 300 1 Gratu. Cash a x uraaa aa) m m a Cash Frizes, Cask Frizaa, Cash Frizes, S72 Frizes, ia al. rnxe uh Frize. Casa faaat a Prix, $200.00 f uv.uu 2S.00 10.00 2.00 1.00 a a ASmtfak . each . a 9 200.00 eack eack . e eack . te 100.00 500.00 00.00 400.00 300.00 $2000.00 sldo. The C(iiion mjY arbe In ronr mind. " Haw can we afford fo do thli?" The aniwer h: w found bf (tperienre that instead of using V3.000 (or advettiaingto rover a certain AekLbyrWing fiJBOB of thla amount to the iadiea In caah prrmluma and tuing lb other S3.0OO (or adTcruaing, wv obtain ncch better Ktulta, Treatment for Lump Jaw. nn lfiu la finit rn n ninr-ti-e winrn -- aicr ijikcii into ina animal a btb In feed coniumcd. Lump jaw ti le to affect the gland of the Cedar Grove folk bollovo tho stray dogs bavo adopted their village as Kidney Troubles Grow Worse Every Year. Ynnktcn, S. SOS Locust St, says: "I suffered ngony from kid-ny complaint and was almost helpless. Tho disease grow worse each year although I doctored and used many remedies. Thcro wcro excruciating pains in my back and tho urino passed too freely. Doan's Kidney nils gradually helped mo and soon I was cured. Somo years ago I recommended them and have had no trouble since." lleraembcr tho nnmo Doan's. For salo by all dealers. f0 cents a box. Your Liver is Clogged up Tired-- Out Sorta Have) No Appetite.. CARTER'S UTTLE.aSSSSSSsTy. in a lew Reao f Why Yon SkwM Use DfiTce aaes Stssrck Cbnrlcs S. Tlalley, DaU., o That's Why You're: LIVER PILLS will put yon ti Thejrdo It la tae very keal caM walar atarck ea Qae atarkai It caa alae be ... a aa fco&ad aaarck aaak-- 1 attar atkka to Ike kva XSeeaccaU Oja afalaat ava!t ceaUla aaare alarck laat aackaia, a laaar atkar kraaaaa!7 d aaa tklrd aar ead twice aa eaay trftare ttae atarck aevar Stk Iraalal caa ka daae eaakird ur IU mtor itaviu iioucri it u not navisabio in American to Ik IB IU Kp t( ether Is avJAtVei to trtree 00 of f 100XX) irton; sosnc one fnutt to t receivtd )usi wrurt 0Tit C! tV fnncl cttah prlrf. Tlvsnkca'op6n1ftlMTa Uion fhilrtw AH iruca wvil U dtstxibuttrst not hater pCtA Vc 10, UKl UM LIIU ULilVT 11I1I1U Ve to cither treat such ii it, n aucn animal Into the herd, owing an animal invito aia- to tbo fact day. .jpjpjl valK I tlw I Start the BU Relfatl ore tt tmrift for your duUrm to toScIt tour Miftttvn --rho wOl ptt you the "trade mark," tnose who de not ih to compete (or--any of the pruet wtii pt seseiH more stank by usui tkUnctrftut is tulrKieit sfaducfltnrnt lor pvtnc K a trial Ld caa arranfe chtba ot a dorrn or marc and the trade tnakt be arnt an tinder one nana and divide tbc prise amoruj then rrve.Uthrrwnlb Ko wouVi rather atl a 12 ftCWAltc el a tValrr Ooncr packatr 'Kan a 16 ounce packace, btxauae rattcmert buy oftetvtr. We uy te you. if you have a dealer in tow who ierre DCT1AKCC STAJtCIt, 1$ 4Mse vectee. that k the place to buy A1X of pur foods In tue hne, tWfU at xe their duty. Cute B0. thfv aro so reduced In Vitality they haro no resisting power. waimui; iniu vviiu Ul BUCJt s can be successfully treated If n In tlmo by opening up tbo en rncnt and washing It out with ft bsaatii, Sick SHALL rtU, SMALL DOS, SHALL TUCX GENUINE mutt bear signature t ktVgeitlea, tkVJ&l tn en not only saved, but entlro herd It protected acalnst la tej animal W. L. DOUGLAS Um!cn Fostcr-Mllbur- n Co.. Uuffalo. N. Y. A MISCHIEF MAKER Surprise-- In Brooklyn. adult's food that con save a proves uaou to do n&ur wuinR nnu T digested and good'for. big and A IOIkl. llmnulvn mnn nva PTI ftsiir nlfivnn nnV U'na homo to cacapo tho dogcatchers of Montclalr, Glen Iltdga and Illoom-field- , In which places stray dogs got no quarters. Ilcspcctablo doga In the vlllago nro compelled to stay behind closed doors or Join tho tramps, to lira on Ornpo-NutSho soaked keep from bolug killed by tho strange tcaipoonfula In a aoucor with a hrut?s. To savo their poultry from deugar and warm milk. Thla baby struction, owners havo had to keep o ravenoualy that she flxod a boo- - their chicken coops closed. Which ha ltkovinn flnlihPil dogs got Into a Tho shanty ono night near tho Erie railu uiuiiy uuja ueioro no ior u VVIUb UUIBCU, uuu uu road tracks occupied by two Italian uvea almost exclusively on laborers, In tho absence of the men, Today tho boy la strong and cleaned up a week's supply of fobust, and rta cuto a mischief. provisions. Tho men say they will apply to Shorllt Uarrlgan, In Newark, for leave to carry revolvers, ns they o navo put beforo him other fear attack from tho animals. The out bo will bavo nono of them. non resident dogs don't do a thing to I'lVtVlllUK LU HllCtt. ID Liiai tho Cedar Grovo rats hut bite their . I ,.1,1 Uld him an tnlinti irnnl tails off and nip tholr legs, and chaso 1 Qrapc-Nut-a. them Into trees ani under porches. o this letter any way you wish, About n hundred of tho stray dogs howl every night In tho vlllago ". vuoueu nner mo urigni-'- t streets, dcsplto bootjacks, bullets and has brought to our household." many other missiles. la not inado for n babv Road Building In France. tut cxperlonce with thousands of The French end of tho Corntche coming, but, la reality, tho poor thin 1? L'fta tnfvlncr film mnMinr'a not being sufflcJcnt nourishment pa rim ri i i. i -- v uu unvr i t. i erica tunion? iiau . . Tbla WW, nt nret, nltrlbut6d to Thought the Dorj Were Wolves. The Irish of Shakespeare. An Englishman nnd an Irishman wore having an argument on the subject' of Shakespeare. "I defy you," said tho former, "to find a single Irish character In tho whole of bis works." "Well. I can glvo you two, at all events." replied the Irlshmnn. "Mlsa O'Phclla and Corry O'Lanus." Ho forgot Hamlet's lntlmato friend, who stood beside htm while he was contemplating his undo in devotion, and observed: "Now, would I do it, Pat, while ho is praying." Springfield His Way of Doing It. W. Ii. DotlRlllS shoes nro worn by more men than uny other make, BECAUSE: $3.00,$3.50,$4.00&$5.00 5 U r C C Boiff Short Uoi OalUaeO t2.00At2.i0 beraute it n eidmt he ha tome interest In hie otKoo yeUarc Some dealer your towm ift be aure to on hand tha atATca, k Save alt tradk nurii wita Noveesbrr lOth. or l?tV el (hie year, and the send them to DCT1ANCC STARCH COUP ANT. OMAHA, WTWAWlA.by maiL eosnc ao, be our and rtthcr by letter or parcel vet, re your name ana nsrrcn wnras, in case tn in i we nana casa peue. ine prize tu nave to DC arvbjed. Wa Ka. rVranatdae IJfinn wak Ika NakWJ Beak, ! Osasklat, rietwstka. rsstIe to the order of A. M. ntMd, ha is the txrasurtT of Urf nrvmtK havlnff 4TkM in 24 c It trt In the United Suit. Mr, llrda ftJl WilJnaatiiu in aiHniwietwi in ei eiv uuiianaugsirai IWwj STana ttat tradt irorks martt nenved by w br pTifi Thai jSoveinbcr IJlh. Civc pUialy jmui comet aMn and KMrssak, u TK mm 4 Mas No Equal. I b ns lln.l.al. u rnit. tt A Word to FtARCa a mit IM H I earar'selekaapea m SwN.a1 t Rha PaaW h mm aatemsaeawhei m mm ttmt mm nKNREIlFM W tamfwae Maatl Mwaa mm wmn staa rWJI0 0 IV. I.TIouctaa S3.00 ml S3.SO ahoca aro Ilia loueat tirtcw, finality conaldcrtHl, In the world. W.L.Dutlas 8U.00 ivs.uo and ahoee equal, In atria, lit and wear, other make Co.tlngSO.OOtoSM.00. Fait Color ytlttt. have W. - poegtaa The and prtte etaiuped on tba ItottonL THkt ,Va huballlute. A k ion, dealer for W.L. IloaaUa atinra. If iher are tna-- ie Dfiaace Starcli Oaaaaa, KeWaaka Co.' BEriANCESTAJTCHCi. SIZE ITJLL PACKAGE V not tor Mia in yonr town wma for Mailorder Catalog-VlTln lull dlrmlona bow to order bj mall. Miora direct from dalltcmt to Ibe wearer all cbargra pieiwlu. V, L IKiiialaa, tlroclton,ilaaa. "I met young Faker on the street some tlmo ago and ho told mo ho was making money very fast" "Ho mado It too fast" "How was that:" "Went to tbo penitentiary for CUT THIS OUT Hay's Never Send too tor Hair-Heal- th Fall to Realore Grey Hair to II Natural Color and beauty, piopa in fallini out, and poalitrelr temorea Dandruff, la not a auoatiiutea. w"t Aaiuaa an or at Dru.tUlaat oo and w. Uottlet bjr Mail CDCC fbllo Haj JL un ataUonory, i'ubliahertof thla paper 'lUukeyonrorderaD4 do the orloUnf , WMTmmi MlWIaraJt tllOJ. UTTLii KOCK, AsUL dlI V Up. BuIUblo HALFTONESor OPIUM fur yrtntliur tn cewapaner nrciiHRC STMCH 1 1, a trul. Uki where oihtr (ailed, aicullr rcmedlta ha fl .l . .it 111., nimnil.n Br.Z 00OnTIXlI.eJla III, HOW. SI4IV,.SwTark er Morphlo Habit Treated. Spc lane sample Dotllt Co. Niwaik. N. J.. U S. A. rnci. DEFIANCE Ht. And matt to the A. II. Luwla Mrdlclne Co., Louis, Mo., ami they wilt en1 you f re a 10 day treatment ot NATUllU'S UKMlv. DY (Nil tablvU) auarantrrd for ltlieu-matliComtlpatlon. Nick Headache, Liver, Kidney and 1 Hock I Ulseaies. Sold ty iWSS Tianu NO. to Ik 10. .r..icta Iron. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, all UruKRlut. Iletter than Pllla for Uvvr Ills. It's tree to you. Write today. Clor morecoidt brlghlir and faittr colon thin ani olhir die. toucan o) an) sirtftnt turnout ripsing uirt. willt lor Itn tookJat-- Ho Is a cheap man who lets bla actions glvo blm away. oral neraembcr that life Is not a fulfillment ot ono'a Ideals, but an eternal compromise with them. rorehlUrrn PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Corn Planting lSFx? One 10c packigt Ho colors sll floats. Thei ire In told water btttai thin ant ather e,a. ta 0t. Bluch and Mia Colon. MONROE BftVB CO., Qulncy, lltlnotm. JPuta , pr. rierro'a rellelt rrroUta md tiuiuatb. Iur arvl bowaia, Uaf gnuulat, raij U Ult caiulj. lot!, SaVe UUteniper rL k'm" orI1 fluoUoaT may nmrr.are foallrg-Dlatem- per b" late l( jour tioraea Mr. Wlnatow's lUaiuiauoiMilUra pals, cutea wind oull. KcaUiula, llbln. auftauatkoKuua,rt-aucealn- Soothlnc Syran, . road la kept In perfect repair by a mo uesi in uso. uemg road gang that Is always on patrol. urcnaraiion 01 xsaiuroa The men llvo In a big grgen van, which Is liauU'd jxlong by tho steam ""mi iut ftiunu'UJi roller, that nltq acta ns a traction eniiutj uuutt. -- ina iioau 10 gine. Crushedjstono is ready nt hand, 'e. la pkga. "There's a Iteason." It Is spread by .Manual labor and ' Pr lUe abnv Ult.rt A Tfcay rolled in by the heavy machine. In w from m, to time. ulur, I rue, ud full at hataai thla way tbo roads nover go to wreck and the cost of repairing la kopt And much Is done lu the name of charity also many. No, Cordelia, check tho rain. rain checks never Tour true eafetruard a cure aa well aa nnnnii,. Op 00 bottle S&.U) aud 110.01) doaco, dellrered. Larire la more than aud IIthe :r twice ttnnlleralte. Doo'lutlloff, Qellt. Druggleta-een- d to manufacturer. aa C...l..ll..ll.-in- .. iiyuutiMeviwiiuu., WBcauuaaaDACUrtoUiUU, Uubeu,!od.. U.S. Ji I -(a aa . aiPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE ra mall. u.u.1. w, iniHraj ug.jr, gnuiy, gray nalrtj. Use LA CRIOLS" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI. 00, ratall. GERTIE HAD GOOD SENSE desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4.75 A TON At Leait Her Father ThlnVs So, nd That's Why Hs Is Happy Flours It for Yoursslf. Louis Gordon wits all smiles, "You aimvar happy. Mr. tlordim,' said a reporter. "May I Inquire why?" "May you Inquire?" repeated Mr. Cordon. "Didn't you liesr about It? Of courso, how could you? Uul surely she Is a chip of tho old block. It Just like my (Jcrtle. Oh. tbo man who gets her Rets tbo finest girl In tbo country. God bles her." Tho news spread that Miss Oertrudc Gordon was about to ranrry and tbo proud father was asked to tell all AFTER . SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E. Park Itaplds. Minn. "I was sick for years wnue iwmiuk through the ClmtiKw of I.lfo ami was liartllv ablo to bo around, After UK. lltiU nix txrttles of K .villa K. I'litkli.un's I Practical Fashions I GIRLS' DRESS. opr&ins ms Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders apprcciated,whether large or small. A. A. FARIS about It Of "It was this way," ho saW course you all know about tbo bis weddings 1 gave, each of my five mar rled children. There was never any thing like the Gordon weddings. Well this morning Gertie comes to uie sad this Is what she says to mo; " Top,' sho says, 'how much does It cost you every tlmo one of the cbll dren got tnarrtedT Sho meant for tbt ball and tho entertainment Well, I figured It out and told her $6,000 "Top,' says that smart girl to me. 'bow would you like, to make $1 000 f " 'You're on,' says I to Gertie. Show mo how.' give me f 5,000 and you keepths I will get married quietly In tbehuuie and you don't spend the f 6,000. What answer did 1 makoT What a foollib question! I told her to go ahead " Miss Gordon Is to marry Adolpb Ids, Minn. WW -.- 'pirotaliln Com- I gMncd 90 pounds, ntn now to do my own Inblo "- and feel pound I doesn't need lobe you have to do lightly. Ittsa Pt without h'bSn ub,i7'3 the Proof. 5 gestlonl,nd,dJce;,Bfe- - Mrs. Kt. Dot', J'.trk Ha - Jon. "'Pop,' she says, '1 tell you. You 11.000 To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK Rotbcnberg, a bat manufacturer. March 2, in her father's borne, :o:S Seventh avenue. 'I tell you,' said Gertie to me. how I think we can spend tbs 15.000," Oordon continued. "'If my husband buys goods on 30 days' notice I can pay the cash and thus make the discount' Then she said that after fire mlvlco write If ynn want l years they could have a fine tin wed- Mrx.lMnkliiim, Liiii,MiiK.,forlU ding In a ball, Now do you bonder It Is freoiuid always helpful. that I am happy with such a stuslble daughter at hornet I tell you we are great favor?" proud of ber." New York World. "Yes, sir." "And have come to ask me to let UNASKED-F0rnn marrv mv child?" BLESSING. Nn. sir. I've come to ask you to lot me nave seven uonars until next Sat urday nlgnt" c stx-clnR much letter." Mrs. ll. Ki.vnimw, llrookvllle, Ohio. J.ytlla K. nnklum's Voeetablo innda from native roots ami herbs contains no narcotic or harm fill drugs, ami UMlay holds tho record fur the largest huiuIht of actual cures wn know of, ami of female illsc-isetlioiiKtwls of voluntary testimonials are on Hie In tho llnkham laboratory at I.ynn, Mass., from women who lmvn Ihth cured from almost nvery form of fetnalo complaints, Inllammatlon, ul men t a, fibroid tumors, cc r.itlon.ill-Tlacirregularities, erlodlc jvilnA backache, indigestion and nervous prostration, livery suffering woman owes It to her. self to give I.ydla K. IMnkham's Vegetable. Compound a trial Core-pouns was irn'tniiar jsruokvlllp. Ohio. nml extremely nervous. A iiflKhbor recomtnemkil I.yilla K. link ham's Vegetable Comioutul to mo and 1 have, become, regular nml my nerves ara d, "i Vu,IJ,nc slipped - itOsW?J5 pineM whuL. h. it rs 'r. ud J l..t,ntd,nll1,r1,.tt-",Pa. mJW ,. m .nth f i. X four o'clock I MsJeafcyi'? la my und. I relink tJ Ultr and purchiMd a bottTu Paris Pattern No. Ilzt, All Seams Allowed Little girls, alt tbs way from 6 to II years, look trim and (ounty In kilted frocks In Jersey effect, which msy be made of serge, ladles' elotb, cashmere or mohair for icbool and general wear or of velvet JUAllJUUCIl snd wit sUt Iwn iolJ,,r.4 to o.fdltgttc or velveteen for dress affairs. The sress Illustrated closes at the left side of lbs front, and the back Is seamless, tt Is here made of hunter's green caih mere and trimmed with Scotch fancy banding. The pattern Is In i sites, I to 14 years. Kor a girl of 10 yesrs !bn dress requires i yards of mate yards 27 rial 24 Inches wide i Inches wide. IS yards J6 Inches wide sr 24 yards 42 Inches wide. NO. band ai nmal" jo ta i!i Unnbrfor th, Mrt 6,j oik iM (M at ' Shan'i Linimtst ii an accent ladlas4 (era e-'.: l tr htili esa, im Ix:r7.s ccr'.i,udta draw lie ir.tn tCXXi cl VTMtfi. p poiioa !6e60t Wff.M Sr Earl S.Ebu, RXIOt, SU1, 3. IZE. Cil. NAME TOWN BTRKET AND NO STATE for quick service. All work guaranteed and strictly first-class. Dtlays of Anticipation. "Are you still taking a cold plunge every morning?" "No; I quit doing that to save time. "Why. a cold plunge doesn't take but a minute or two," "I know, but 1 used to spend three quartsrs of an hour curled up la bed, hesitating." Wc nrc Agents for the Business Directory -- OLDEST Insurance Compam in Mickman They are cctrpr..ti tbil tare been here lorcer ttin i:tc(j- er. Ii yen' prcpefj larcrtJ' It Is loo late vben the ilata sounds to Ih.'kcf t$:xy ASK FOR RATES- - THE Try the Courier's Want ColumiHc per word A Trsvtllng Pointer. WOODLAWN DAIRY. Keep a spoon In your cup, served In A. H. Leet, Prop. tho diner, and the contents will not Ilest of Milk and Uutter dalirured tri-d- , spill over. This has been at the Home Phono No. 27. suggestion of an experienced waiter, and succeeds admirably. Try It even at the risk of good manners. McMURRY FLAT Salntman Aren't you going to ask Attorneys a a blessing? Clubblelgh (soto voce) I'll get one Office over Hickman Drug Company without asking for itt You see, I Hickman, Ky. didn't tell my wife I was going to o bring anybody home to dinner BETTERSWORTH A PRATHER PILE8I PILE8I Groceries Bound to Be Unlucky. A man whose wife has her "pet su Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment, will City Delivery; both phones No. 38, perstitions" confessed recently what cure Blind, Wooding and Itching Piles "Uest of Everything" happened when he attempted to humor It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching her. He owned, and frequently wore, at osco, acta as a poultice, gives In B. 8. ELLIOTT an opal stickpin. The opal Is considstant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Carpenter and Contractor Phone ered an "unlucky" stone. At any rate, Is prepared for Piles and Itching of Let me figure with you. whenever anything annoying, distress- tho private parts. Sold by druggists, Q. Adams, E. W. Adams, Hickman, Ky. ing or accidental occurred, the opal mall 60c and 11. Williams' Mfg. Co., was blamed. Manager Sec. and Treas. 'At last," the husband declared, "a Props., Cleveland, Ohio. A. E. KENNEDY business daul In which I ventured a Fire, Life and Accident Insurance small part of my capital went to His Impression of tha Text. Uest Companies on Earth smash, and of course ray wife Insisted Hinall Kdsur had net mrirxinled hi Phone No. CI. that tho opal was to blame. mother to church and his return ' 'Not everybody connected with the home his grandmother nrkeit him it business wore aa opal!' my friend he could COURIER REALTY COMPANY repeal tho txt Sure." an said. Phone No. 21 sweri'd Kdimr "Toiirlder luu till of "No, but one opal was enough re held, ' quarrel not. neither do Will sell that place and get you an turned my wife, calmly. tby swim.' " other. No business, no pay. 'You know what the constant drip ping of water does to a stone It wears the atone away. That is precisely The Courier's "Want Column" Is HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. wbat constant nagging will do to sure to find you e. buyer. Costs lc Funsral Directors and Embalmers. the common sense of any man. I was for each word. Try It convinced la a halfhearted way Phone 20. night or day. against my own better judgment Hickman, Ky. "So, partly believing, partly disbe Swindling Begging Letters. Twelve years ago lieving, I went to a Jewsler, who hapOut of L3JS8 hedging DR. E, M. CRUTCHFIELD. reeulvr.' pened to be a friend of mine, slappod In London by a rharltablt i Dentist in the the opal down on his counter, and 87 per wer found to have voi, . Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. said: 'Here, give me anything you from swindlers, ;iml of riio Hickman, Ky. choose for this and it is yours. I'm 13 per cent onlv live per emit, win tired of If found to be rcnl'v ''ntlttite. ' 'I don't want to give you anything GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP for it,' he replied, after examining (Hunzlker's Old Stand) STANDARD carefully. 'It's glass.' Mott's Nervine Pills It Lowest prices for horseshoeing, 'I returnod borne rejoicing, really The great nerve and brain treat Wood and Iron Work. glad that my gem bad proved spurious. My wife, however, only shrugged ment for men and women, produces ber shoulders and said; 'Out j'ist strength and vitality, builds up the HICKMAN HARNESS CO. TODAY It It recognized as the ono typo of machine practical for mod. think bow much worse your luck system and renews the normal vigor. A. J. Wright, Manager. would have been had that opal been For sale by druggists or by mall, ft ern business. News, genutnef'Chlcugo Makers and Dealers In Harness. por box, 6 boxes for $5. Hickman All of the old time makers have fallen Into line and THE RESULT Repair Work a Specialty. Drug Co., Incorporated. have adopted this construction. The Unexpected. O 'So you are tbo noble youth who CLAY A CALDWELL. MARRIAGE LICENSE. plunged Into the Icy llood and rescued Tills stamp of approval from rival manufacturers baa but servBlacksmiths. my daughter from a dreadful death?" ed to strengthen public coufldenco In tlio machine that has led The following were granted II onsu "Yes, Hlr" tbo way. Don't bo persuaded Into buying a "trallur" look over to marry in union county last week; lllacksmlthlug and Woodwork. "And you have) wsa to n tm m tho Underwood and you will understand why wo say It Is Horse Shoeing a specialty. 0. J. Jolly und Cloo Dotsou. Lemmlu Perry and Eva Leu Cuimoii WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. "The Machine You Wilt Eventually Buy," A. K. Mlltou and Ulllu Taylor. U. M. Steele and Miss llarol Graves Have you neglected your kidneys? o Have you overworked your nervous John Cboppln uud Nuucy Gruluoy. UNDERWOOD CO. A. M. TYLER system and caused trouble with your J 11. Mutcalf uud Edith May Dunn. Attorney at Law Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE W. 0. Watts and Muymu Watts, kidneys and bladder? Have you pain I am now located at Padu-can- , lu loins, side, back, groins and bladLounlu Henderson and Mis Minnie but will continue to prao-tlc- e der? Have you a flabby appearance Carter, In the courts of Fulton A, C, Jones uud Vorultt Uodgurs. of the faceespeclally under the eyes county and will be In Hickman I,ou Polsgrovo and Too frequent a desire to pass urine? Ilostou, every 2nd and 4th Monday. M I,. Gilliam and Mrs. Eliza .Mc- If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure Law, yei at Pnnist, Frtea M. Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work Let Is Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. 73 HIDDEN DANGERS. No Hickman Cituen can to Think of Ignott-- j. DAN'dKIt Sli.NM from the kldiif v sm VI N Allort ' i B J. HI II JUU i.... "HID " KIUIII1!. ."All" . . r.s " ,. v ' ' '' - Tnrji ire IK iin ' -- tf --I smellliig uriin Irregular of pacta mro ... as . IMNUr.ll IU.' v . 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