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The Courier has a A BLITZ MARK NBRK mNHx tlMit fenr MfHWw Imh iHrM promHIr If yon to yea ftr ttili month tWirlising ia the 'Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, VOLUME OLDEST Spaakin' Good Team, Crease the Rxlea at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch WHOLE ESTABLISHED IN Up HI HO. 4(1 PAPER IH WESTERN KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 6, L. C. 'Bolton Dead. 1910. N0.'l7 TIB TEAR 1NAB ft Cost tj it ComntJ of Wing With ill ffi COURT HOUSE Hickman, Ky, nil li. C. lloKon, n well known citizen of tho Ilrownsvllle neighborhood, died ut his homo Sunday morning nt 1 o' clock after n lingering IIIiichs of consumption. Mr. (lolton had been confined to his bill for mora than a year 'and death was not unexpected. Deceased wan about 26 years of age nnd leaves a wlfo and ono child, also sister, Mrs. Arthur Or.ijr. t, making of Itio high cost Of llv u tlint It (Iookii tost r mind to die n tnmt control ,rl morit necessary evil. After wo nro t. tcxtt a trlflo moro perhap ,1 ,1 we no Increase Ji Hure linn u !k ion' of dying. bi-e- n , and graco that rharnct r . j tlit passing away of hi father Kir same old doctor will romii along ai.d charge hi estate $2 for ovrry MiC' man run Ho down on n boil ux where today ntnl dlo with the t ao Whtrc Fallon Circuit Court Is In Session This Week... Durlnl took place at Iho Harnett burying ground Sunday afternoon with iV. o. W. ceremonies. Mr. Jlolton was a member of Kim Camp No. 3, and carried $2,000 lnsurnnro lu this order. --o- For anything In the Bond Addition tee Kennedy. Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M, .TI1R CLAIU HKIAJI(EIl CO. at Uio OiK'ffi Houso for ono week, commonc-In- g Ilickraar lodge No. 7C1, F. tt A. May 9th. Miss Dclcher realized M will meet la regular eesnaunlea-Ho- n that tho South had long been held by next Monday night nt 7:30. Vissuch excellent companies ns tho "Ma- iting brothers cordially invited. bel Paige" nnd "Frank Dudley" comII. N. COWGILL, Master. panies and that It would bo hard for D. OWKN3, Secy. her to establish n reputation. So sho Work in F. C. degree. has spared neither time nor expenso to mnko her company up to the Work in M. M. degree. standard In every way. Ono lady wilt O bo admitted freo on tho opening night is Fred Haydnn of No. 8 vlth each paid admission. PrlceB 10, sporting a now gasoline boat Island, that goes iO and 30c. nt n pretty good galL He comes up trom his place in one hour and fifTlio market gardeners would nil teen minutes 12 miles against the cu starve to Heath, or bo compelled to rent. The engine la 5 h. p., by Mr. somo other business, If Alex. Stone Smith, of this cfty. Hayden tells t's f produced as much garden that if ho over catches tho "Fox" out ho will make her hunt her hole. stuff an ho plans to do. onc-hnl- Good Show Coming. Tits' Tbf Ujuu Hut way they did bis father t ZMust Get Busy. same undertaker will roino it' will' tho sanio hearse, or onu What are thu people of Fulton just like It, Hut Mine carriage, or to do towards helping put gravel offsprings, mid charm- - Just the iiLir road between hero and Hickman? uu c to carry the roumlns out to the Thu pcoplo of illckumu are already r i.mctcry. Medicine, May Weather. M allien with powder puff doctor, Dabbing hero and there This reported weather-wis- e McnnB, "Continued fair." Hubby coming homo at one, Zigzag courso Weather signal In this case Would bo, "Storm Impending." Da by climbing on a chair, , if she slips and falls,' It Is not, unlikely that There'll bo "Sudden squalls." ISSSSSSl j 1111 1 lota, miritcH, futierali and enthusiastic ocr thu project and milling elite cost Just tlut name huvu subscribed 110,000 to bo expend ago. i n yar ed for tho purpose. ThU Insure rapid work on tho road jjsi take n look at Hie uvorugu and It behoove her end doof HoinethltiK us to dining table, Turn uruuiid and taus up here. Mku u look ul lil father' table. Not Magistrate It. A. llrowdcr haa a ue tabiu ttiut he U cutlng (rum now subscription list In his pocket and I,u u probably dead. Hut the one uat the present day man utti from will uiuku a memorandum of all sub scription so give him your uauiu tt it lie wun young. and amount todny. ua 'lie old gentleman' table you Toiumlu Thompson and I'ntnk Twig fiam at lzc ter pound; egg t si i i. tugelablc ui one half tlio aru putting thu road betweun Fairview cemetery and the .State Itoad du man pay Ii.kl itiat tne pruMiut ,ur tiiuii KvcrytJiiiig lu huiuo lu good shapo for thu gravel and this purtion 111 hoitov i flit coil one U practically all that has been douu t. Mi( ut whut II uot-louay. Ill lu this end of Uie county. Fulton ijin and tUe colt lies for the family rust ui the name. rule. of our exchanges says: "wo No look at the table of the presgo Ih'IIovu luulho'lHiIe,fl't?o:timaBdi'to et.! iky man. anions thu heathen and preach to ill Jt at 2uc; vegetable skyhlgh them, deliver Christ's message, exminion-juiiablplain the plan of salvation. Iot and still going, cgs (price nation hear thu word of God. well If he ha ) lie doe u.on liau ouu ult each year. Ill Itut keep your cluthes for your own .(i wear the same dre for two linked, keep your food for your own .nr and then wear It thu next; starving; keep your medicine for yous ctrytlung to aiixtalu Hfu coata 00 ik.t uwu sick; build your magnificent c.ut more now thuu It did leu years churches fur your unconverted; build u, our school for your own poor, unchildren, and stop tho flow Now let ce what It cpat to die educated of million of gold to heathen lands ten year a0. Thu average man dli-and heathen peoplu. While you can i'b.n ten day. Thu doctor couie look around you lu this christian land o 6i i- hi in once each day during that and see poverty and Ignorance, vice and crime on every hand, walking In Thre went 20. broad open daylight, while you uro If lie man went to thu hoapltal ho dropping your dime In thu furclgu wa 2 per day. If ho did mlsslonrya box." iliaisiM nut a trultit'd uurau charged $3 per O U) your choice. Another 120 Mr. Mary lv. Luttrcll sold her plac at the least. ou Troy Avenuo Friday, to Mrs. II. Hit medicine coat him J10 more. F. Huberts, mother of Judgu ltemley, V'er njH'udiiiB all that money ho for $2200. Tlio property Is now occu il.i'.l The undertaker cumu und took pied by Ur. C. V. Curliu and family. Ijui nway, chursliiK I00. Mr. I.uUrcll Is making her homo with It cost f ICO to dlu ,m the average her daughter, Mr. Winston, at Slur- gls. Ky. esu died IS youtu ago. jiuUry li Olrl and lover liavu a spat, Sho flings down his flowor.s, Lover, angry, grabs Ills hat And rushes off that" "Showers." Man sees tailor on tho street, 'j Seems a trifle nettled. Crossing to the other side That suggests, "Unsettled." o (Jen. a. W. Cordon, of Memphis,-coumnde- r ... c "V-er- y of tho departwent of Tetij nesseo," was chusen 'commander lu chief of thu United Confederate veterans to succeed Gen. Clement aud Gen, Dennett Young, of was chosen to Biiccecd Ixmlsvllln, Gen. Gordon. I.lttlo Itock, Ark., was selected as thu placu of Hie next meeting. Kv-an- LI ill III imHHI iShv .anr nvf .i i - h iv::.'t ii .wavH-'VttDM itt l '. t i ijr.witi i .' r.'js-- ' .P'is. : .smsshb. i ii n, 1 saaaaaaai i:.viiiifA t iiMffn ui Bn h vrc-tvv-.'-T. Ma.4ativ'sr "vY.!7WHiSKflrH i u w M ?s:i!5'i'"r iiM II M 'SBBBB1I O Squlro Sam Sanders, who resides in tho foothills of the Cumberland mountains 20 miles from Whlteaburg, Ky., Is 118 years old aud still lialu and hearty, lie has cut bis third set of teeth. He has a sou, Sam Sanders, Jr., who Is 92 years old. The old man has been married six times, the last tluio S years ugu. He Is tho father of 23 children. Nick Wllllngbam, of Fulton, was seriously Injured In a runaway at bis homo town last week. J. II. Ilankiu, his companion, was also thrown from tho buggy aud painfully bruised. O x W -- fSW ImsaBBr ' w. wr " ' I n lku nil At the Tomb of Washingtou, Mt. Vernon. An enterprising exchange has a long catalogue of work for rainy days; but, O thou who wants to work on rainy l'rlcei and atatUtlc Iiow that It It keeps tho society doctors busy days? h-'- -j tho amu to dlu today lu Hick-C- a nowadays hunting up now diseases as It did then. that tho common peoplu do not have. I'uro Decrlug Hinder Twluo at 10c a Itocmra' bill atlll come In nt the pound at the Hickman Hardware Co. O waie old rato. .Medicine nro Uio O aiae cemutery lot veil Juat a trlflu Dr. J. O. Stubbs received his longl" Tho latest Information from Halleya Slur and thu undertaker doe hi looked for "Flanders 20" last Friday. comet Is that Is has two tails. rk for tho eauio price. It Is a haudsouio little car. If men's styles don't have to be YOUNG to be popular; but with the smart style we believe in giving the high quality. We believe young men appreciate a man want to eacnpu tho utead-Iiiffeualng price he must dlu. rate do not IncrenBo. early nnd nvold tho ruah. " Kmi' ral I't- - Baptist Church of Hickman all-wool Hart, Schaffner & Marx fabrics, the perfect tailoring which keeps the garments shapely and well-f- i ttingK the certainty of correct style. These are the things we offer you here. , BOND SUBDIVISION THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... Best for Investment I Suits $18.00 to $25.00 ; Best for Homes In At $10f $12.50 and $15 we show suits that will please any man who wants a good looking, serviceable suit at a small price. In fact, we'll save you money on anything in the clothing line. the growing end of town. Lots pncl houses for sale on easy terms. Houses for rent. Op- portunity does not wait for man, you swing on as it passes by. Do it now aI wiv; SMI wit l fin yr wiiiLC RUSSELL JOHNSON A Very Interesting Revival is tn Progress at this Church; Services by Rev. V. H, Williams, of Clinton, Assisted by the Pasbr, eRev. A. Turklnglon. Attend 'Ihese Services I Smith & Amberg: THE HICKMAN COURIER Cartes Welters Ktntacky Uk Iht Dew" W. 0. BPBSR and J. C. SBXTON, t that curum pUnosopker Ptttfd'nnMo' VHm." made his Hew. Hut while the great humorist wr sueeess meeting with from ft literary standpoint, tlw Imps of mlsfortuao seemed to dog his very tho tden of reaping the publisher's its well' as the author's profits from somo of h!a Accordingly he organized a works. slock company known as C. Ij. Webster A Co., In which tie was the largest stockholder, to publish bis works. He had accumulated considerable wealth and was rated as a millionaire). Ills financial ability, howover, was none of the best, and In 1894 his entire fortune was swept away by the failure of the publishing houis. Mr. Clemens was abroad at the time, and although ii years of sge, he started out on a tour of the globe, delivering to pay the debts of tho defunct firm. He Had scarcely begun his great tntk when fato struck him another bard blow. This was tho death of his ildest and most accomplished daugh ter. Miss Olivia 8. Clemens, who died In August, 1S90. at tho age of 24. llro-ke- n In spirit, ho continued his great task and In two years he had paid off his debts. It was during this dark period that footsteps. In 1ES1. he conceived Farmers a&i -- ..ABSOLUTE MercU Bank Editors and Proprietor. I.t Clinton Street, Hlokmiin, Kentucky. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH ADVASCB. SAFETY IS THE BASIS..,, Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. pestofllco m second-clas- s That we offer to depositors. Otiar Itdncflrswita are ef Mcondnr importaneat Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, H. Buehsnsn, DR. HYDE GOES TO JAIL JODdE LATSIlAW makes an an1. NOUNCEMENT FROM BENCH. Evidence of Guilt Grows Bond Reroked Followinc Mceh Dsmaginj: Evidence. Wife Collapses. IUnnett Hr Krfn City, ' Clarke Hyde U n prisoner in jnll. Tlie physician m tlcitrlvMl of the liberty tint he htM enjoyed ever since tlio Indictments rhafiiing mm with n criri of nlmoiit unpnralleleil crime were 'returned by tlie 'grand jfiry, upon tlic'ririler tlrt criminal c'mirl of Judge" of Jitrkann county Jimt Mprv the of c)itt Wednivlay evening. The remanding uf Dr.lfyilc to the of tli mrlml mine niter n day in.ctmrl tli.it.ras replete with after n day in which Indictment after Indictment, damaging, convincing and terrible in their Impure, tfa5ne from the lip of witneisp.- -' Tlie jury had filed out In solemn order. Judge Latshaw sliiftrd uneasily In liii great seat oil the lxnch. lie calleil tlio marshal before him. Then he Midi "In view of tlie testimony thus far given in this trial, tie eouit is, constrained tc say 'thai. U amounts to n presumption of guilt that under flic law deprive the defendant of the rlftlil to go on bond, nnd h is hereby anil for that reaon remanded to tlm custody of the marshnl." Hyde half sturtnl fropi his scat. He did Jiot seem to comprehend the import of the judge's words. Hut hi wife did. "Oh, mV GoV! idie cried. She threw Present J. a. THOrtPSON, Cshl,, J. J. T.A.Udford. . DIRECTORS C. Beadurant, O. D. ThrelVsld, 3. W Al...i K.M.I.I.r, Dr. M. UulUrt. lectures and writing articles In order W THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONE DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES Lian- tf n, laid her head updo his shoulder oliH Wept Dr. Hyde retained'hr itimpusure. lie turned to tbe wcrpiflgjWomaij and spoke a few words ol comfort. Then, with a smile on his face, lie aked the waiting marshnl to allo'w h!"wifc to compose herself tome before he was taken into custody. "Just when I need you the most, dearie," hi wife sobbed; "just when I need you the most, to think that you rnuit be taken from me. Iin't thcro forac Way that It can be fixed up!" bitterly. GEN. GORDON COMMANDER Confederate Veterans Conclude Work at Mobile. Mobile, Ala. Gen. George V Gordon of Memphis was elected commander-in-chie- f of the United Confederate Veterans Wednesday nfternoou, nnd Kittle Hock Ark., wn chosen ri the plnce for'holding tl.e next annual reunion. Though the Arkansas city lacked a majority on the first ballot, ytv wa so fir in the lend that n vote to make the selection unanimous carried with a roar. The vote stood: Little 1,470, Chatta-noog- a G40, Oklahoma City 17, Houston none. When Texas wa rracVd the Veterans saw how thing were going, and threw their strength, to Arkansas. CORPORATION Returns TAX SHORT Con-cern- c Many Only $22,000,000 Merely Brandies. Washington. It became apparent to day, much to the surprise of treasury oflirials, that the returns from the cor orution tax will fall short of' that mated. Tlie original estimate wus that at least $23,000,000 in revenue would be collected from this source. Calculating ii Kin tlie basis of the return from the larger cities, which Mere tlm first to tome in, this estimate was raised' to $3lT,0OO,. 000. JL now seems certain that lio more than $22,000,000 will be collected, nnd the total may fall a full million below the figure. Returns from Western, Southern and Southwestern sections of the country were uierestimated. It wa shown that many of the larger concern doing business in these sections were branches of Hasten! corporation.!. A big were jH'tTc'iungu oi lint nmaller riounc nble to hIiow that their incomes did not exceed $3,000 and ure exempt. PAULHAN Flies 186 WINS AERO RACE Miles Within Twenty-Fou- r Hours and Wins $30,000. London. The Frenchman. Louis I'liul linn, whose efforts have frequently been crowned with victory, Wednesday won the greatest rare in history of mankind uiul $20,000, when li Dew into Manche ter at St3Q o'clock this morning, having traveled by neioplaiie fiom a dlstuiice by railway of more than 10 miles, with only a kinglet overnight stop at Lichfield. Hi competitor in the contest, (irtihum White, the English aviator, for somu un- iTcmaiiieil reason, after mukilig a ful new start at Reade, whein ho made Ills first lauding, descended ut rolesworth. 1 slu-ces- pilot ltfo to enable him to describe) the difficulties encountered In guiding a boat along tho great river in his "Ufa on the Mississippi Hlver," which he wrote many years l&tcr. At the outbreak of the Civil war slcamboating came to n standstill, and young Clemens enlisted In tho Confed erate army. A soldier" life, however, was not to his liking, and after a few Interesting Life of the Man Who weeks' servlco bo Joined bis brother Orion, wbo had received an appointMade the World Laugh. ment as secretary of the Territory of Nevada. Ho acted as secretary to his brother, but as his duties were almost RIVER PILOT IN HIS YOUTH nothing and bis salary even less, he spent most of his time In the mining camps. His experiences in this section are depicted in his "Houghing It." Did His First Literary Work In Nand "Tho Jumping Frog." evadaSad Events That Clouded First Literary Work. A Clean His Later Years In ISC: he began his first regular, Life Record. literary work on the staff of tho VirSamuel Langhorne Clemens, Amert ginia City Enterprise. Ho wrote a colex's foremost humorist and known tho umn dally, dealing with the political world over as "Mark Twain." was bom situation in tho state, that attracted In, the little town of Hannibal, Mo., In wide attention. These articles he signed with tho aom do plume "Mark November 30, 1S3S. which he bad beard sung out' Ills father, John Marshall Clemens. Twain."Mississippi sieasscrs to lot the' came from an old Virginia family, and on' tho pilot know that the sounding showed young wife, Elizabeth La with bis two fathoms of water. a descendant of the early settlers He resigned his position at Virginia,'! of Kentucky, be joined tho sturdy City ho and went band of pioneers .who pushed over the worked on the to California, where but Socrnmctito Union; Allcghanles In tho early part of tho a brief period, be left last century and settled along the nfter went to Hawaii to write bis desk up the and of the Mississippi river. banks sugar interests. His work was very In the uncouth environment of the successful, and on bis return to Calithen little frontier town ot Hannibal fornia he delivered a number of leo the famous author spent his boyhood iurcs, which netted him considerable days. Here bo fished, hunted and money. lounged along the river banks with his In March of 1SS7, Twain published sturdy companions, living a healthy his first book, Tho Jumping Frog ot outdoor existence, which undoubtedly Calaveras County." Tho book made accounted for his long life. In tho face quite a. stir In that part of tha counof bis many afflictions. try, but only 4,000 copies were told. He attended tho little school, but It attracted the attention, however, of not being of a very studious disposi tho editor of the Alta California, wbo tion, he learned far more from con-- ; sent the author out as a newspaper tact with tho rough companions whom correspondent on a steamboat excurbe immortalized In later years as sion to. southern Europe, and tho Ori"Huckleberry Vlhn" and Tom Saw ent. yer," and others ot their type. His letters were published from time At the age of twelve his meager to time, and In 18G9 the author reschool education wn brought to a vised them and published them In sudijea' close by tho death ot bis fa- look form under tho tlllo of "The Innocents Abroad." This work made ther. His older brother, Orion S. Clem- "Mark Twain" famous, and compelled ens, was the proprietor ot a printing his recognition as America's foremost shop in the village, and young Sam humorist In tho first 10 months, volumes were cold, and many Clemens began his Journalistic career thero as a "printer's devil." In the raoro subsequently. This was a record course of a few years Ijo learned the sale for those days. trade as a compositor, and In 1853 be Marries Miss Langdon. left his natlv.0 town and began a wanIt was on bis trip In the Mediterdering existence. Ho Journeyed from ranean that Mart Twain met Olivia I, place to place, working at his trado in Langdon of Elralra, N. Y. They fell New York nnd tho principal cities of In love with each other, aid 1n 1870 tho mlddlo west were married. Their married life was Hut whllo he gained a vast amount one of perfect harmony and four ot experience during bis travels, which blessed tbclr union. proved of the greatest vnluo In the Mr. Clamens resided In Buffalo for preparation of somo of bis works In a year after bis marrlsgCj and was later years, this period was rather un- nominally tho editor of tho Huflalo profitable from n financial standpoint, Express. In. 1871 bo Joined the liter-nr- y and he was finally compelled to return colony at Hartford, Conn., whero to bis home along the banks of tho ho lived for a great many years, and great river, lu rath;r straitened cir- wbcro bo did tho greater part of tho cumstances. work that has inado bis nama ImBecomes River Pilot. mortal. In 1872 "Roughing It" appeared, nnd The ltfo of n steamboat pilot bad always appealed to his youthful Imagina- In tho sanio year "Tho Glided Age," tion, and now that bo bud grown to written in collaboration with Charles manhood, he resolved to realize Ids Dudley Warner, was published. "Tom ambition. HoWo fortunate enough to Sawyer" camo In 187C, and "Huckle becoinb a pupil ot Horncu lll.tby, and berry Finn" ulna yoars later. Of the be was soon guiding tlu awkward stories v.'lth an historical sotting "Tho river craft along the tortuous channel Prince tipd tho i'aupor," "A Connecot tho muddy stream. ticut Yankee at tho Court of King The idea of his becoming an author Arthur," and "Personal Jtccolloctlons had nover entered his mind at that ot Joan ot Arc," appeared lu 1882, time, but bo absorbed enough ot tho 1890 and 1894 respectively. In 1893 CAREER 0 F IRK TWAIN", HUMORIST nap-to- 85,-00- 0 chit-drc- n the veteran humorist was reported destitute and dying la London. A public appeal was sent out through a New York paper and $3,000 was raised for him. Hut although pressed for funds, ho still retained his dig nity and refused to accept tho money. Wlfs Passes Away. As If In sympathy with her hu band's misfortunes, his wife's health began to fall. Ho moved to Florence. Italy, In tho hope that the mild ctlmato would restoro her, but It proved of no avail, and on November 6, 1904, she died In that far off land. About this time the humorist met II. II. Itogers, the Standard Oil magnate, and the men becamo fast friends, Itogers gavo bis literary friend the aid ot his financial experience, and Clem ens was soon In possession ot a com fortable Income. Although the future took on a brighter aspect, bis evil spirit was only slumbering, and one day, without asking the advice ot his shrewd companion. "Twain" was lured Into anoth er disastrous Investment He placed $:i,t00 In the "Pleasuro Company ol America," a pure food organization, and was elected president Hut the company went to tho wall In 1907, and with It the $3:,f00 disappeared, And now misfortune selected an other weapon with which to nltack the white-haireauthor, Heretofore his books had escaped harsh criticisms, but In November, 1907, "Torn Sawyer" snd "Huckleberry Finn, his boy mas terpieces, were withheld from youths by the llrooklyn labile libraries, as "unfit for young minds." Comptroller Joy ot Detroit. Mich, declared bis work, "A Double narrelled TMectlve Story," was "literary Junk, "unfit for a public library," and a Massachusetts public library refused to give shelf declaring room to his "Eve's Diary that the book was "shocktr.g," Worn out by bis lectures, after din ner speeches and misfortune, Twain' purchased a farm in Ilcddlsg. Conn, and erected a $(0,000 villa, which ho called "StormBcld." With bis two daughters, Clara and Jean, he moved there In 1908, and settled down to a life of ease. Hut a scries ot fresh misfortunes was In store for htm. Ho had vigor ously denounced the rule of the late King Leopold II. In the Kongo Free State, and Just when tho reform move ment was at IU height, his 111 health compelled him to abandon bis work. The "Children's Theater," which was founded by "Mark Twain" In New York, and which represented ono of ambitions, was forced to his close through lack ot funds. Then the humorist and his daughter Clara became involved In a lawsuit over n farm which he bad presented to his former secrotary. Mrs. Italpb Aahcroft. on her wedding day, and which be later attached on the advice of his daughter. Tho facts regarding this dlsagreo- able affair were aired In the press, much to the humiliation ot the veter an humorist In tho early part ot 1909 his staunch friend nnd adviser, II. II. Itogers, died suddenly at his Now York borne. This great financier and the white haired humorist had been inseparable com cantons for a number ot years. They had made trips to Bermuda togcthor, and when Itogers opened his railroad In Virginia, "Twain" was ono of tho guests of honor. Tho author was greatly affected by the financier i sudden death. life-lon- g AfflT Ti IHU MANAGER 0UM1ERUND TELEPHONE ft . . . SH STICK TELEGRAPH CO. II CMH.ETE UD . . . -- Absolutely THE BEST ftBsHSSsVMMIIsaaaaBaasMssaasasassasssaasssaaaBa millonalre Canned Goods. Hclnz'5 Varieties of Pure Food Products, Chase & 5anborn' Coffees and Teas. of nROCEMES, ritESI! Meats Call ea or ulepbea us whsn In or FEEDSTUFFS. nd Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS STADU8HED liil (Sesor TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. to D. O. lUmsj, dtciMl) riarbleand Granite rionuments CURBINO. kinds, HICKIAN, STONO WORK el ell IRON FCNCINO. 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Then tho last crushing blow camo the day before Christmas, when bis youngest daughter, Jean, was found dead lu tho batb tnb at his Redding homo. The young woman had been a victim ot uplloptla fits, and had been seized with ono whllo In tlio batb tub, which r- - Ererythtor Hickman Courier Reallylii Hickman. Kentucky. MarvBereniles&Compaiu Let Us Be Your Waiter A they -- eutted In her death. LUtf Entities Shoots Self. New Olleuns, Ii. After making up a list of hi enemies, who ho said should uftVr all the 'torment that they had caused him, Theodore lUiiler shot himself througli. the head, dying u few wmutei later. Impressed. A Big One. Real Liberal. "I think I shall let that woman rent "Mamma." said little Ostend. as be Tbero Is one advantage a telephone enterprise has over other kinds of my bouse," ran through tho kitchen, "when you "Why!" make my doughnut will you make the business." "She's the first ono who's culled to bole Just twice as wide as usual?" "What Is that?" "Why, Ostcod?" asked his mother "It a receivership Is ordered, they see me about It wbo didn't brag about what a good tenant shu Is." In surprise. can always hang up the receiver." "Well, ytu see, I've promised little brother tho biggest part ot It" A Cruel Program. Llberlan Palms, "If that unrestrained orator has bis There Viie a number of Interesting Narrowing the Field, species of palms In Liberia, but the way," said Senator Sorghum, "(be "I cannot tnako a choluo. Thcro aro more Important are tho fan palm, the trusta will perish In fearful agony," so many candidates for my band." "In what wnyt" rapbla or bamboo palm, the cocoanut "He'll talk them to death." "Let 'cm bold a primary then." palm and the oil palm. tad reasonable, too, and you can pend on u. giving your orders tl.e mo.. our tampl careful attentionu Call at this office and look over We never tire of helptnff others when tickle the most for good lob printing. We can exacting typographic appetite. com have partaken of our excellent are tni back for a .econd serving. Our pr.cei Kf tnot JOB PRINTING Mcrg -- Httls sis Jok a mua chn?ar thsa tho othsr follow. WscMIb bills. VuUm.BU. dodgoii, circW, stc, all bUr Uua tcwa atcoaMr. J'rosapi rtflw InriUtloas. latter tk h,f,yA'llU3u c""7 - ROOSEVELT SPEAKS PARIS Distinguished Audicnoa Addresses at Ancient University. "CITIZENSHIP" HIS SUBJECT land second to cnrtaln other thing. Is need of n soHnd body, and even ojnre need of a sound mind. above mind nnd above body stands character, Ihn sum of those qualities which wo menn when wo speak of n man's forco and courage, of his good faith and senso of honor. I bellnvn In oxerclso of (ho body, always provided iuai we Keep In mind that phytlcal development Is a meant and not an onn. I believe, of courao, In giving to all the people a good education. Ilut tho education rnutt contain much There Bt be-sld- In order to be really good. Vo mutt over remember that no keenness, and subtleness of Students and Profenori of Duty Intellect, no polish, no cleverness tn and Them-elve- s any way mako ud of the lack of Nation cf Frnee nmi solid Indlvldustt to ths World icry. common sense, tho power of acThem Lecture on Sterility. nodi cepting Individual responsibility and yet, of nctlng In conjunction with Itooao-u- l j.ar,3, April 21 others. Courngo and resolution; these . n tiim ijuaiiucs I. today lectured beforo an audience ..!.( wnicn mark a mas .u ,t - Sorbonno, that comprised the terful peoplo. Without them no peo-plgathering of the Intellect and rrrttcst can control Itself or savb Itself IrtrtltR of France that Iim gathered from being controlled from the educational scat In ancient I tpcak to abrllllnntnsscmblage; it Bcre"tban a century. If orcr boforo. I speak In a great university which for represents the flower of Look U'oro tba tlias announced tho highest tie t'S nnlnB of Colonel Roosevelt'sr Intellectual development; 1 pay all audi-toccry seat In the groat homage to Intellect, and to elaborate Ifcl.re .n wat lilted, and thousands lined and speclalliod training of the Intel ValkM and streets about the unl Ibe lect; ami yet I know I shall have the astent of all you present when I add itri.'r Colonel Roosevelt aald: Our Republic. Foundation! of that more Important still aro the unlver-ilt- y Tbu was the raoit famous etcry-daqualities and vircf mediaeval Kurope at a time tues. no ono dreamed that there was hn The Evils of Sterility. Its services In the next place tho rood man i new orld to discover.knowlcdgu alof human to Ibe cauie should bo both a strong and a brave ready ttretched far back In to tbe man; that Is. he should be able to t, time when my remote pail at tho fight, ho should be nble to serve ago. were threo centuries bis country as a aoldlcr If the' need among the spsrso bands of traders, arlres. There aro rloatnrn. wood choppers, and fliber. who declaim ngalnst the un(oik hc In a bard struggle with the righteousness of war. Tbey are right, Indian-U-s'tIron tr friendliness of the only they lay all their cmpbatls upon land, wero laying tho founda-t.c:- the unrighteousness. Wsr Is a dreadcf what has now become tbe ful things, snd unjust; war Is a crime republic of the west. To con- ngalnct riant bumnnlty. Ilut It Is auch a tamo the shaggy quer a continent, to crime becauto It Is unjust, not becsuse toigbness of wild nature means grim it is war. Tho cbolco mutt virtue and the generations engaged favor of rlghteoutneaa, ever be In and this In It cannot keep, still less add to, whether tho alternative bo Dcaeo or the t'cres of garnered wisdom whlcn whether therein, and which are still In question the alternative be war. The vc-- e mutt not be tneroly, Is thcro the tindi of their brethren who dwell 10 oe peace or war? The question To conquer tbe la tbe old lend. means to wrest victory must be. Is the right to prevail? Are wjdrrnrtt tho great laws of righteousness once from the tamo hostile forces with more to be fulfilled T And the answor In tho which mankind struggled from a strong and vlrllo people must Infancy of our race. The be. "Yes." pr.ir.trat conditions mutt bo met by bonorablo whatever tho cost Kvery effort should jr nrial qualities which aro Incoin-rati- made by tbe Individual In always be private llfo with tfco retention of much to keep out a bis been painfully acquired by of trouble; of no brawl, to keen out ttil but tclf retnectlnc Indi human. ty at through tbe ages It baa vidual, no nation, can toward clvlllratloti. or striven upward ought to submit to wrong. la conditions so primitive there can Unally, even more Important thnn It but a primitive culture. ability to work, even raoro Important 3ulldlno the Higher Ufa. than ability to fight at need, la It to At 'to country crows. Its people, who remember that the chief of blessings won success la so many lines, ror nny bive nation Is that It shall leave Its e try to recover the urn U.k to seed to Inherit tfie land. It was the of tbe mind nnd the spirit, crown of blessings In tllbllcal b perforce tbclr fathers threw nnd It Is tho crown of blessingstimes. now. tilde In order better to wage the first The greatest of all curses la the curse rough tables for the continent their of sterility, and the severest of all children Inherit. Tba leaders of condemnations should be'tbst vltltcd thought and of action gropo tbclr way upon willful sterility. The first es forws-- d to a new life, realizing, somet- sential In any civilization Is that the imes dimly, sometimes man and tbe woman shall be father It, that tho llfo of material gain, and mother of healthy children, bo whether for a nation or an Individual, that the race, shall Increase, and not li of value only as a foundation, only decrease, If this Is not so. If through ti there It added to It tbo uplift that no fault of society there Is failure to comet from devotion to loftier Ideals. Increase. It Is a great misfortune. If Tbe new-- life thus sought 'can In part tbo falluro la duo to dellbcrato and he developed afresh Is willful fault, then It la not merely a from what round about In tho now world; but mlsfortuno, It Is ono of those crimes It can bo developed In full only by of ease and selMndutgcnco, of shrinkfreely drawing upon tho treasure ing from pain nnd effort and risk. boutct of the old world, upon tho which In the long run nature punishes t'ttiurcB ttored In tbe ancient abodes more heavily than nny other. of wltdom and learning, auch as tb.lt Idle Achievements. where 1 tpcalt today. Jf wo of tho great republics. If we, It It a mlttako for any nation merely peoplo who claim to have to ccpy another; but It It an even tho free greater mlttakt. It Is a proof of weak emancipated ourselves from tho thral sett In nny nation, not to bo anxlpus dom of wrong and en or, bring down to learn from another, and willing and on our beads tbo cur so that comes able to adapt that learning to tbe new upon tho willfully- barren, then It will be, an Idlo waste of breach to prattlo tt'ioD.il conditions and mako It fruit' to li.1 sr.d productive therein. It Is for of our achievements,No boast of alt wo havo dono. refinement of vt of the new world to sit-a- t tbo feet that cf tbe Gamaliel of tho old; then If we life, no delicacy of taste, no material have the right stuff In us, we can show progress, no sordid heaping up of that l'aul, In his turn,, can become a rlchw, no sensuous development of nrt and lltcraturo, ciin in 'any way comicaiurr as wen as a acnoiar. of tho great Today I shall speak to Jou on the pensate for tbo lots fundamental virtues; nnd of tho great r.b.-c- t of Individual citizenship, tbo fundamental virtues, tho greatest Is one I of vital Importance to you. the race's power to pcrpetuato ' the my br.rcrs, and to mo and tny coun race. , t yrr becauto you and wo nro cltl Hut If a man's cfllclency Is not guidtens o great democratic republics. A ed and regulated by..n moral feneo, deme republic such ns each of ours en effort to reallzo In Its full then the mora edlclont bo Is tbo worso to srn-.- e government by, of, and for tho bo Is, tho moro dangerous nil tho masCourage, Intellect, the Pr&, represents tbo most gigantic of a i posiiuie roclal experiments,' tho terful qualities, .scriQ but to make a eao f aught with greatest possibilities man moro evil If the aro used merely for that man's own advancement, i ko kr good and for ovll. with brutal Indlffcrcnco to tbo rights Great Lessons of France. of others. It speaks III for the comFrance has taught many lessons to munity If tho community worships o'h r nations; purely one of the most theso qualities and treats their poslepcrtant Is the lesson bor wholo his- sessors na.bcroca r.fgnrdjpss of whethtory tenches, that n high artlstlo and er tho qunltlcs nro used rightly or ""rary dcvulopmcqt Is compatible wrongly. t makes on difference, as to l'h notable leadership In arms and tho precltu ' way In which this stuls atecralt Tbo brilliant gallantry of ter cinclonc7 Is shown. It makes no 'b lcnch soldier has for many s dlfferenco whether such a man'a force been proverbial, nud 'diirlug and ability betray themselves In tbo thus tatno centuries at every court In career of money maker or politician, the "treo masons of fashion" soldier or orator, Journalist or popubave treated tho tVcuch tonguo us lar leador, If the man works for evil, Ibcir common speech; whllo every art-l- t then tho more successful ho Is, tbo and man of totters, and every man moro bo should bo despised nud conof tuence able to appreciate that mar- demned by nil upright and fnrscolug plot j Jnttrument of liroclsl&n. Trench men. To Judge a man merely by sucprote, has turnod towards France for cess Is nn abhorrent wrong; and It U and luinlratlon. How long tbo leadho peoplo at largo habitually so judgo ership in arms and lettora has lasted nion, If they crow to condone wicked-riot- s becnuso tho wicked man tri" curiously Illustrated by tbo fact that tbo earllcat masterpiece In modorn umphs, they show their Inability to tongue Is tho splendid Krouch epic understand thnt In the Inst analysis bich tells of Roland's doom and the freo Institutions rest upon tba chnr Vengeance of Charlemn ncter of cltlzcnthlp nnd that by such lordt of the host wero admiration of evil they prove themiricken at Roncosvnlles. selves unfit for liberty. Need of Individual Character.' The Idea of True Llbtrty. Let those who have, keep, let those Tho good, cltlzon will demand libho have not. strive to attain n hlrh erty for himself, and as a matter ol tandard of cultivation and scholar- - ,,ri.in ho will see to it that others re- o'P, ct lut us remember that these celvo the liberty which be thus claims book-learninqualltles-self-restralnt, solf-mna- ... o out-sid- fore-fttne-- d J as hii own. TroUbty the beat teat sf trus love of liberty In nny country H the way In which minorities are treated In thnt country. Not only should there bo complete liberty in matters of religion and opinion, but romplcto liberty for each man to lead his life ns he desires, provided only thnt In so doing he does not wrong his neighbor. Persecution Is bad becnuso It Is persecution, nnd without rcfcrcnco to which aldo happens at the moment to bo the persecutor and which tbo persecuted. Class hatred Is bad In Just the same way, and without nny regard ,to the Individual who, at a given time, substitutes loyalty to a dais for layalty to tho nation, or substitutes hatred of men because they happen to come In a certain social calcgovy, for Judgment awarded them according to their conduct. Hcmrini ber rilwnya that tho samo measure of condemnation should bo extended to tho arroganco which would look down upon or crush any man because he Is poor, and ttf tbo envy .and hBtred which would destroy a man because ho Is wealthy. The overbearing brutality of tho man of wealth or power, and the envious and hateful mallco directed ngalnst wealth or power, are really at root merely dlfferont manifestations of the samo quality, merely tho two sides of the samo shield. Tho mnn who, If born to wealth and nowcr. exploits and ruins his less fortunate brethren Is at heart the name as the greedy and violent dema gogue who excites those who have not property to plunder those who Of ono mnn In especial, do- have. yond anyone else, the citizens of a re public should beware, and that is or tho man who appeals to them to sup-nohim on tbo ground that be Is hostile to other citizens of tho repub lic, thnt ho will secure for tboso who elect hlra, In ono shape or another, profit at the expense of other citizens of the republic. It makes no difference whether he appeals to class hatred or class Interest, to religious or antl religious prejudice, the man who makes such an appeal should al ways be presumed to make It for the sake of furthering his own Interest. Tbe very thing that nn intelligent" member of a nnd democratic community should not do la to reward any nubile man because that public man says he will get tbe private citizen something to wnicn this prlvato citizen Is not entitled, or will gratify somo emotion or am moslty which this private citizen ought not to possess. rt MERIG NATIONS IN A PEACE RALLY New Building for the Bureau of Republics Dedicated. PALACE GIVEN I BY CARNEGIE I L Formal and Opening Is a Brilliant Affair Qrest Is Followed by ' Reception' ln: thf Evening. 1 poi-cub- h!-- clear-sighte- . body-politi- Let mo Illustrate this by one anecdote from my own experience: A number of years ago I was engaged on the great plains In of the western United States. Thoro jro no fences. Tho cattlo wandered frco. tho ownership of each being de termined by tho brand; tno calves were branded with tho brand of the cows tbey followed. If, on tbo round up, an animal was passed by, tbo roi lowing year It would appear as an un branded yearling' and was then called a maverick. Tly the custom of the country these mavericks wore brand cd with the brand of tho man on whose range they wero found. One day I was riding tho range with a newly hired cowboy, and we catno ' upon a maverick. I said to htm: "It Is brand," naming the man on wboso rango wo happened to be. Ho nnswerod: "That's all right. boss, I know my business." In another moment I said to him "Hold, on, you are putting on my brand. To this he answered: "That's all right; I always put on the bess brand." ) answered: "Oh, very well. Now you go straight back to tbo ranch and get what ,1s owing to you. I don't need you any longer," He lumped up and said: "Why, what's the matter? I was putting on rour brand." And I nnswercdi "Yes, my. friend and if you will steal for nip you will steal from me." Now the same principle which ap plica In prlvato life, applies, also in public life. If a public man, tries to get your vote uy raying, mat ne- win do something wrong In your Interest you can be absolutely certain that If ever It becomes worth his whllo he will do something wrong ngalnst ' , your IntorcsL Franco and the United States, And now. my host, n word In part Inc. You and, I belong to tho only two great republics nmong tho great Tbe ancient powers .of the, world. frlsndsblp betweon Franco and the United States has been, on tbe whole, n sincere and disinterested friendship, A calamity to you would bo n sorrow cattlo-runchlng - A Ranch Story. The beautiful marbjo palace erected as a heme ,for the In tcrnatlonal Hurenu of the American Republics was dedicated Tuesday with elaborate ceremony In whlchrthe representatives of tbe nations of the.west-cr- n hemisphere, as Joint proprletors.ot, tbo building, took tho chief part' Tbe erection of the building was mado possible by Andrew Carnegie, who gave. $750,000 of the million which It nnd Its site have cost, and the Ironmaster was one of tho chief guests and speakers at tho dedication ceremony. President Tafl delivered a fine address, and speeches wero made by Senor de la Darra. tbo Mexican ambassador; Secre tary of State Knox and John Darrctt. director of the bureau, who was In charge of the ceremonies. Prayers were delivered by Cardinal Gibbons and by a clergyman of the Protestant faith. Or course all the members of tbe diplomatic corps who were In the city were present, and theso brilliantly uniformed gentlemen, together with scores of ladles In their beautiful spring costumes, made the scene most picturesque. Brilliant Evening Reception. Nearly everybody In Washington wanted to attend JJie dedication ceremonies, but fje "hall of ambassadors" seats only S00 people. So Mr. liar-rearranged for a reception In the evening In honor of President and Mrs. Taft nnd Mr. and In vitations wero sent to members of the diplomatic corps and to official and resident society, and the reception proved to be one of the most brilliant affairs of tho season. Tho Marino bind was there, playing a repertoire of tt AVaihlngton. Central and South America that Andrew Carneffle was Induced to make the donation of tha sum of 7o,tw which has been expended In the erection of this monumental structure. Indeed, the famous phllanOiroplst has designed the new building a a "peace palace," and a feature of fts Interior, specially provided with a vlow to this phase of the matter, is a great auditorium or "hall of American ambassadors" designed as a meeting place for all sorts of International conferences having as their purpose harmony nnd on the part of the repub-lie- s of the westernhcmlspbere. ' Growth of the Bureau. i' aware, the In- A most neonle aro KiiintlntV known as the International Uurend of Ibe American ftopubllcs, of bureau, as It is usu the ally called, Is a-- sort of common head ouartera and clearing house for in formation, maintained Jointly by all tho America"!!" nations from the great lakes to Cape Horn. It was the outcon growth of the first ference, which was held in wasning- inn In 1SS9. and It Is maintained by a common fund to which all of the Inde pendent nntlons of tbo three Americas -n The family that cats plenty of Quaker Scotch Oat? is a , healthy, rugged - family. 0 The most popular food in tlvc World be-- i cause it; docs,, most and cost's least. pAcke.l In renulsr scaled tins for hot climate. FOOT-EA-SE Foo-B- ps. w. ""d M ALLEN'S Allm'i tmr Ik. It MM flnfai, nrjwn, .mutlncM-rand Imteotlr. UkM.th. Mine oal o4 . n the aatlfev ff. tt MHiur or NM H.I MM. AY. I iTTO.II FREELWrACKAHB MAncns rwt-EM- at by nu ror at. lklTTbj.. AMMfL " nnmiitimrnun.KB. Trial rekM Fit BBBBBBBBaBBkBSVVJaBBnu Nothing Like biggest e-why7 themmtrttworM. CASCARETS became it s Hte tH median for the Jrvet and bewek. Ht whs what they vnl d for ne say they will ao 'M: mm wjHjHsVsss CASCARETS and kkalAesaeoBOM M feat they .evet seed to take. CASCARST8 toe a be for " xllrr treatment, til dranrku. WUUm a tn tbe world. bewa acs ad ere yet. ru,i, sua BJtssestlc Andrew Carnegie. DAISY "chip In" In proportion to their popu lation. Inasmuch as the United States by this plan pays more than halt of tho expenses of tho bureau. Its bead quarters have from tbe outset been to cated In Washington. Some years ago when tho rented quartors of the bureau In Washington FLY KILLER Zi:vZtiil 11 ...... .if 141 lMtt ll UIrll.vtT(wtS l m4 rcu rfc Uf.ll m 1 ImjM. G..ratMt !. la ' SmUihUklN. Sot Irt ceu-'-le- that. In tho seething turmoil of tho history of humanity certain nations stand out as possessing a peculiar power or charm, Bomo special gift of boauty or wisdom of strength, which puts them nmong the Immortals which makes them rank forever with tbo leuders of mankind. Franco Is one of tho nntlons. For her to sink would be a loss to all tho world There aro cortaln lessons of brilliance and of generous gallantry that sbo can teach better than any of bor sister nations. When tho French peasantry sang of Malbrook It was to tell bow took flight tbo soul of thla warrior-foupward through tho lnurcla he had won. Nearly seven centuries ago Frolssart, writing of a tliuo cf dlro dUastor. said that the realm of rrnuco was never so stricken that thero were not toft men who would valiantly light for It. You havo bad a groat past 1 behove that you will have a great future. Long may you carry yourselves proudly as citizens of a nation which bears a leading pari In the teaching and uplifting of uw e to us. Hut It would be moro thnn kind. Civilization and Missions. Thero is a question that Is larger than government or trade, and that la ot the vast mil tho moral lions who havo come under the protection of modern governments. The representative ot the Christian rellgloa must have his place side by side with the man ot. government and trade, and tor generations that representative must be supplied In the person ot the foreign missionary from America aad Europe. Civilization can only be per manent and continue a blessing to any people if, In addition to promoting it alee their material stands for an orderly Individual liber ty, tor tbe growth ot Intelligence and for equal Justice In the administration ot law. Christianity alone meets these Bureau's New Home. The requirements. fundamental anthems, a fountain became manifestly Inadequate for Its change of sentiment in favor of the outside the building was Illuminated expanded, activities, a project was set foreign missionary in a single genera wtth electric designs of the South afoot to erect a permanent home for tion has-beremarkable. and Central American countries, and It. It was to cost $125,000, and the Took Them at Their Word. elaborate refreshments were served. different republics were to contribute "Any article removed from the "win Tho affair was a great credit 'to Di- In proportion to population as they rector Darrett and to Francisco J. do for tho annual expenses ot tbe la- - dow," was the notice prominently dis played at an outfitter's shop. Attracted Yuncs. tho able secretary of the bu- stltutlon. Several ot the South Amerreau. These gentlemen and their fel- ican countries proceeded on this basis, by It, a supercilious person entered low workers In the bureau havo given and thcro was something like 150,000 the shop and asked to be allowed to a vast amount of time and labor to tho on' hand when tho congress of the Inspect a- - particularly vivid tie In? the task of perparlng for the event of United States declared for a moro pre front row. The salesman having disTuesday and It was Indeed their red tentious building and appropriated arranged, the window and brought, out lotter day, and a fitting culmination of $200,000 Instead ot merely Its share ot the desired object, the. supercilious the two years' work on tho new build- the $125,000. Soon after Andrew Car- person remarked: "Rather loud, isn't ing. negie came forward and offered to do It?" nate the wholo sum ndedod for'n build "Well, somewhat strlklnx," agreed Meant for Palace of Peace'. Tho opening of the new homo of the ing and a much finer building than the shopman. previously He "I thought so," replied the visitor, International Bureau of tho American had previously been thought of. doldonated millions ot as he turned to leave the shop, "It Republics not only adds n most Impor- had tant and surpassingly beautiful struc-- lars for tho famous "peace palace" at offends my taste. You need'iit put It The Hague, and It was his Idea to back. Good day!" have tho new edifice tn Washington oc cupy tbe same relations to the cause POSTUM FOR MOTHERS ot International peaco on this conti The Drink That Nourishes and Sup nent that Tho Hague palace does to plies Food for Mother and Child. the cau&a of International arbitration throughout tbo world. "My husband had been unablo to drink coffee for several years, so we Beauties of the Marble Dulldlng. wero very glad to glvo Postum a trial With of a million doi. and when wo understood that Ions lars provided by Mr. Carnegie for a boiling would bring1 out tbo delicious tuo building, bureau flavour, we havo been highly pleased was cnauieu to devote $2SO,000 on with It, hand to tbo purcbaso ot a site, and a "It Is ono of the finest thing for most admirable tract of u nursing mothers that I have over seen. was secured tn an Ideal location south It keeps up the mother's strength nnd of tho While Houso and overlooking Increases the supply ot nourishment tho Potomac river. Hero a surpass- tor the child If partaken ot freely, t ingly beautiful marble palace has been drank It between meals Instead' of wa tBBsSBBM iSBBBBBtBBsW reareu rom ine prize ueslgns submit- ter and found It most beneficial. ted In a comiiotltlon whirh boy has been very ot "Our tered by architects In al parts of the dellcato slnco birth and has dcvoloped couutry. and. Indeed, of tha continent. slowly. Ho was white and bloodless. There U a distinct touch of tho Span- I began to give him Postum freely and ish In ttui architecture, markedly la you would be surprised at tho change. the Introduction of a tllo roof nnd the When any person remarks about tho provlclou of u "patio" or Inner court, great Improvement, we never fall to such as constitutes tho most distinc- tell them that wo attrlbuto his gain tive feature ot tho typical In strength and general health, to tho Director John Barrett, mansion. Tho whole architectural frco use of Postum and this hns led turo to the public buildings at Uncle policy In the caso of this building has many friends to use it for themselves Sam's seat of government, but gives been to provide a structuro more sug- and children. added dignity ana prominence to an gestive of a palatial residence than a "I have always cautioned friends to institution of significance throughout puuuc ouicu eiructuro. whom I havo spoken about Postum, to tho world, and especially In the new Tbo "patio." or picturosque follow directions la making It. tor world. Tho now building Is notable, yard. Is protected from tho cburt sua primarily, as the home of that rapid- by an overhanging roof and cooled unless it itIsIs boiled fifteen or twenty minutes, quite tasteless. On tbo ly developing Institution, the Pan- - by the waters falllug a American bureau, but of yet deeper beautiful marble fountain. from all other hand, whenI properly made. It is On want to thank you meaning in ita avowed fuuctlon as a bauds are tropical plants, while the very delicious. center' ot .arbitration on this cont- quaint pavement, white stucco walla for the benefits we have derived from tha use ot your Postum." inent nnd low doors suggest the Spanish Read "The Road to Wellvlllo," fouad hope that this Much spaco In the rooms In pkgs. it was because ot tho "There's a Reason." open from this "patio" Is given palace would servo which new A nra Kr.r rnd the abor us such an agency of peace for the over to tbo Coluiabua Menioilal 11 one appears Iroaj tltna Wtlrrt lu tre Kruulor, tnta, aa4 fullUut. kauu of ft:? various Independent nations ot .North, brary. latrrcat. ' well-being well-beinLatin-America- n en throe-quarter- s' n u n 8 PRETTY When BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE 8 MD of SO I E LOTS, IN BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ADDITION I sell 8 more lots, The rest of the lots will cost from 25 to the rematnder tyilt be taken off the market for one year. This is by odds the prettiest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman I cent more than I ask for the next 8 I sell. m If SNAP-SHOT- You Want One TWO FERRY LINES. These Lots - - Now is the Time, to Get Busy ! llernlo I Inches and wife were call-I'GRAVEL COMES HIGH to Union City, Wednesday on acCounty Jii,K vN count of the death of thn former's ephow, Roy Hughes, age 8 yenrs. u thai, alter main,,, . Tho boy Jumped on an old rako tooth valuation of ihe w the road, of lmutu and died of lock-ja,... cost at . u . The houio talent show "Snap-Shot- s given at tho Lyric Friday evening uu-tililt) auspices of the Episcopal was a great success, both in pleasing tbu audience and financially. Froia start to finish, It was a continuous roar ol laughter. Every de, as well as toe tail of the corned-drills, was brought out in a very satisfactory maimer, aud It can be truthfully said that few towns can product) as good amateurs in this Hue as Hickman. Tbu program rendered was as follows: Pianist Mrs. C. P. Shumatu. Tableau of Little Girls. Kan Drill and Chorus of 25 (J Iris. Valentino Chorus 8 Young Ladles. Soloist Mrs. A. E. Kennedy. Indian Chorus In Costume, by 12 Girls. Mexican Chorus, In costume by IS High School Clrls. Selection by Orchestra. Heading Miss Bethyl Selected Dethsalda Crltchflcld. "Snap-Shots- " Mr. Mason, Photographer Mr. W. C. Reed. Bob A. M. Alexander. Miss Urown Miss Bertie May Hlce. Mr. Spratt H. N. Cowgill. Clara Spratt Miss Estello Keneau. Mrs. Fondura Mrs. Itobert Clark. Maggie and Jlmmlo (street waifs) Miss Swan Naylor and Milton Hlu-sha- The peoplo of Hickman and Do rena nru now well fixed so far ns ferry service is concerned. V. A. Illnshaw started his new ferry service letween hero and Mny 1. which gives us two ferry lines, Kirk & Ward operating the other. Tho latter gentlemen hnvo procured license from tho Mlaslsslpl county authorities, for six months, reading exactly like tho license granted Mr. Illnshaw, which permits both lines lb operate between Dorena and Hickman. Mr. Illnshaw, however, has not yet been able to get n franchise from ;lio City of Hickman. Tho situation, as we understand It, is this: A yenr or two ago' Bryant & 1'lckett wcro granted a ferry franchise by tho city 'ot caring to for a term of years. engage In tho ferry business themselves, they sub-ltheir franchise, to Kirk & Wnrd upon certain conditions. Not being pleased with tho service, they proposed to let Mr. Illnshaw tako the franchise, but Kirk & Ward maintain that they are entitled to keep It by the terms of tho contract, and wilt take the matter of Its surrender to the courts. While tho matter Is pending legal adjustment, a No. 1 ferry service will be maintained as both linen will be in operation. Do-renet IT IS THE PURPOSE " m' " OF THE OFFICERS of THIS BANK to encourage sane living and conservative investment; to nssist our customers with advice and aid them to get ahead in the world; to extend such needful help as is consistent with safe, sound banking; to be of use and materially aid in the upbuilding of our town nnd community to this end we offer to the public our expeience in financial affairs, the facilities and services of a strong, carefully managed bank " ' ' work, figuring on g,.Ul es deep on a rosuu.-,.. The amount of taow. , u mi,u, ,u Save 5 on your Grocery Bil- l- available emu . ,., ,,M two lulU-aBlucc tuakluc tin, JudKe is ui tm op.1,,1,,. IllOSt tOO lUUCtl of uua. ,,.,.., iv. ,. lU- -1 .. .ur glavil the riwa.. sua . jl , .v . i, Wi. uio piau insue m u,. will hau to U- i,ai,s. ., ,. the grioel piuiKm. n does not uivan Unit iMl will bo abuuduiivd 1(a ,vu, a in Huti w Uu m. ,o auon iu .u io. m iir...ii We shall be glad to have YOUR name on our customers' list. Judge .N)lor HHbis ures for luiprouiiK lu the county- - 0n. THE HICKMAN BANK Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 it bad places aud aukc uU of the rtMd drsg K.u a Uiu mxu dirt road, IbotiKU 1,01 to u tuc u nl U: s Our coupon system Is being hearti- paled with g'aiH. ly endorsed by vsryone. This la luiproteiuvni on bite it evldsnt from the Increase In our busi- pvrseiiL ness. And why? Because It If thu cost of grstel u pruU.u It Is lse to aim. it si ouif ud j 8AVE8 VOU S PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. the next best thiut Lku it w the dirt roadt a kooj oik,r. PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU providu for (bnr uaiuiamsLir GET. o .iir. ui. ut IuJ4 r (i-- bi v MAKES YOU MOP." ECONOMI. CAL. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKCCTRS' SALARY. ENABLES US TO LESC MONEY. pound Pure Dveriog Binder TIo ttio t at the Hickman Hardaarr u. A CORRECTION, WANTED A REST. HUB Modesty Lookold Mrs. Alex. Stone. A. E. DeBow. Carrie Deafman Miss Irene Paris. Groom C. B. Travis. Bride Miss Nell Rogers. Mrs. Jud Judklna Miss Myrtle M. Crltchfield. Mrs. Coaxwell H. N. Cowgill. Grandma Coaxwell Mrs. C a rl Schmidt. Blossom Coaxwell Bottle Louise Curlln. Mrs. Swan Swanson and children Mrs. T. T. Swayne, T. T. Swayne. Mrs. Duesenberry (Society Lady) Mrs. C. L. Adams. Mrs. Flanagan Mrs. R, L. Bradley. Hen peck Doctor, my wlfs ass leek' Mrs. O'Brien J. T. Dillon. Jaw. Pat O'Brien Ferd. Berendes. Dr. Wise I'll hurry right aroun. Henpeck No, no. Don't come until part of tke week. Mr. and Mrs. Tipler, of Memphis, the latter ure expected to arrive today to visit S. L. Dodda and family. Mrs. Tipler How swiftlyUseless Plenty. th blew we could J.al was Miss Marie DeMontcourt, and To each Irunt'n defeat. If this Iminrma nupplr of mow has often visited here. Were only kw1 io at' Mr. Deafman IN A GENERAL WAY fc- REO at Helm seed & Ellison's. & ! Cotton, the plumber. Phono Wo servo IIE0 Parlors. CS, Prather's. Garden at Bettersworth Harris Ice Cream cui 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. l0K INTO f You'll get good quality with greatest covering capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints are resonably priced. Sold only by HELM & ELLISON Don't forget to renew your sub Miss Mary Berendes Is In Chicago scription. this week. Geo. L. Whlto Is here from Union Uncle, Joe Jackson, of Clinton, was City today. hero this week. H. C. Amberg and wife have return Miss Marie Brevard returned Tues ed from an extended visit to rela day from Mobile. tlves In Louisville. Let Moore and Oliver do that pa Fruit crops in the Northern SUUs per banging and painting. wore seriously injured by the blliraril Buy your groceries from the Hick which raged last week. man Grocery Co., and save 6 per W, A. Dodds and wlfo returned cent. Tuesday night from Mobile, Gulfport, Tiying to tell a new fish story U Miss., and other southern points. n thorough test of the average man s I'reaton Brown, one of tho four originality. men who captured Jefurson Davis at Mrs. U. B. Sanders has returned to tho close of tho Civil War, died Caruthersvillu after a visit to Hick Leesburg, Ind. man relatives. Miss" Opal lloucy, of McKuuzle, Mrs. M. Amberg and Miss Lizzie and Miss Belle Patton, of Pulton, Amberg will leave soon for Tipton were guests of Judgo J. W. Honey vlllo to visit reiaUvus. aud family this week. As yet. Col. Dune Cooper hasn't Of course prices for plumbing and gunned any inoro editors who stuck tinning will come down now, but you a quill Into his "honor." will nave to get my prices to see just Former Governor Joseph W. Folk how low they go. John Cotton. Is "out for" the DemocraUo nomina Many a Hickman wotnun as sharp tion for the Presidency. Ex. as a brier at tho bargain couutcr, bos Fear of Hulley's comet caused Mrs. been obliged to confess that she was fooled in the selection of a husband. Florence Shunklaud to commit sui cide by shooting at Louisville, Bulto's Excellence Is the name of our new, high grade flour, guaranteed Wo will be glad to order anything to be the best In Hickman. Your money back If not satisfied. Betters-wort- h you wish at the Hickman Furniture Co. The largest and best stoi? In & l'rather. cstcrn Kentucky. Gus Thomas, Win. Webb, W. H. Exercise is lengthening the female Hetter, of Mayflold, Tom Shulbourno, of Bardwel), II. T. and T. N. Smith, leg; It Is also Increasing the girth or Herbert Carr, of Fulton, uud Hum the calf und diminishing tho girth of Grassland, of Mayfield, were hero at tuo thigh never mludl tending court this week. Always stand up for the right, but Hiram Smedley, former Couitty do uot wear yourself out with worry Court Clerk of McCrackcu County, because you can uot turn tho world was sentenced to five years for forg- aud maku It over lu a day, ing the name of former County Judgo If you get a bluo mark on the up II. T, Llghtfoot to county warrunU lu 1907. His sentence of six years per right baud corner of your Cour for embezzlement of public funds was ier this week, It menus that your reversed aud remanded for a new subscription has expired. Renew at trial by the Court of Appeals. There ouco If you don't waut the paper are- twenty Indictments against blui. stopped. - Hickman Grocery Co., lu reporting the trial and itstmr of l'rather Vell. a futaur pottotfiK F?n clerk lu this city, tu touiier au his age as 1$ years It abould Uie NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE 17, as the jouur man a i. CHAROEO TO PAYING CUS- bvcu ou Jsu. :ilh, tlo ut mo anwrnai TOMER. mlsalng from the off 1'iiarr YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GROmilted lo only Uu if a tuf-- ti U CERY BILL IS EVERY DAV. tho whole amount, about WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF GROCERIES AND FRESH Tho Mempbls Coumertuu App-MEATS IN HICKMAN. thus lays down condt'looa si a AND AGAIN SAVES YOU 5 muil comply m ordf" PER CENT. rescue tho ship of suite Irom TRY IT ONE MONTH and ruin. If f aio if ng tj .a all jot fa te tkmv In 1912 we ba crats through and timutu toota i toenail, llwr ami lib s bd' SELL l lk soul, from the front but'on oa i waist coat to the i roia of On penders In the bak nottinr leas Miura'ni, ;il m M tucccss." 1 Best In Town lot, but Thats saying a whole no other phrase describes our ICE BOXES and REFRIGERATORS. Also they are the cheapest. If you don't believe it call and see them, and then compare the prices with those elsewhere. St. Louis Furnishing Co. DISASTROUS F(RE, of BIO FACTORIES BURN. Specials for Ellison Brothers GREAT- - HOME GOODS SALE Which Closes Saturday Night DISH PAN, 17x5 4 Enameled inside nnd out with Intcst shade purplish brown, finked with white. A benuty Tho nntlro business section Crulehflcld, a small town In thta county, was wiped out by flru noon Monday. It is snld tho Mate was started by sparks from a pMlng I. C. trnln falling on tho roof of J. F. I.lttlo's waroroom. At any rate, the blnzu was discovered abotit fifteen tnluutCH nftcr tho train had paused. As tho town has no fire protection, tho business section was id tho nitrcy of tho flames, and tho high wind mndo the frame buildings burn llko they had been saturated with Mound City, Ills., was bard hit Sat- aut oil. From I.lttlo's warcrooma,,tha flame spread to Ills Rcnornl merchandise ctoro. Doth building und stock were 17 qt. 19 ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING May 7, at 0 o'clock. On the 25c Counter completely destroyed. Loss about $1,000; Insurance J2.U50. Tho (laskln heirs (Mrs. A. (J. Mrs. 8. J. Fletcher, Mrs. Dr. ll'iiry) owned tho buildings used as waro rooms by Mr. Lltllo. Thoy will lose 400; no Insurance. W. C. Iitta's drug stord went next. bovo this storo wns tho V. O. W intll. Wo understand Latta carried no Insurance on his stock of good. but had $800 on tho lowor floor of tho building. Tho Woodmen owned tho uper story on which thoy had $100 Insurance II. N. Hallow 'h general merchandise storo was tho next In lino. This, In cluding the postofflce which was located In tbo store, was totally dc troyed. Loss about $2,600! Ins-i-- i urday aerHlHg ky rlre that reduced tho Wisconsin chair works, the C. F. Meyer tight stave works and moro tlniii a million feet of hardwood luin-be- r to a mass of smoldering ashes und twisted scrap Iron, covering moro than flvo acres along tho OhloTlver fTnL Tho chair factory was working 2S0 men flfteon hours a day, and was on tuglng tho plant to manufacture automobile bodies, Meyers works lrad been closed slnco the pro Million wavo caused a slump In tho ben keg market. Tho flro started at 3 a, m. In tho b Hor room, Kxbaust fans drove tho I laze through tho dry kilns llko a elioL Over Power Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect The prescription may have been good, 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. Coarier Want KTK8-O- se .MiVi Cli fr WreK Ctal Mr Vord lMn in Auvnnee. M... ttm.M"M' l"t"l' FOR SAI,K: Two good milk Cows 47m with calves. Jas. W. Mayes. WANTED: Saftll bettMH Turn, art reasoasble prlee. Address Ulekwan Courier. FOR SALE: Iirood sows and pigs for sale. See J. L. UuekliHtham of I'ref. Saunders, FOIL SALE: White Plymouth Reek eggs for setting. Mrs. A. K. MeCea. 33tfc. nell, Hickman. Ilouta 3. FOR SALE: No. 2 Smith PremierTypewriter In good eondltlon eheas". Apply to D. Owens, at telephone of 46-2- c Tho Dig Four station across tlio tracks, was badly damaged. Several other mills and lumber yards wero slightly damaged. Tho biazu lighted tho Ohio river for miles. Tho property loss Is nearly $160,000 with Insurance less than $80,u00, Tho chnlr factory was considered the town's best factory. O fice. two-stor- 44-tf- e FOR SALE: Best business proper y ty In town. One room. a iUx09 used' as blaok- 99, 4.S smith shop. W. J. Barry. one-stor- What's the uso of living If you can tot wear good clothes. See Schmidt. O Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) FOR SALE: Two Alfred O. aares, ages 4 and 6; 1 Alfred O. seldtMtV age 3; 1 saddle horse; 1 slightly ttai phaeton. Apply to Dr. J. M. HubbaM e Hickman. 43-4- Decorated Meat Dishes, large sizes White and White Enamel Sauce Pani ' " " Milk Pans " " Bakers " " Cups and Saucer Blue and Blue Eaimel Pudding Pani " Milk Pani .. " " Blue and White Enamel Dipperi " Pudding Pani " " Milk Paus ' Waih Pans '" " Preierve Kettlei Heavy Glait Pitchers beautiful cut glass patterns Decorated Covered Diihes Gold Band Meat Platter 25c 25c 25c 25c ncu i,r.oo. From Hallow's store tho flanws spread to T. O. Copcland's general mcrchnndlso store. Ills loss Is cs tlmatcd at $4,000- - and ho carried S2 i.tm 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Covered Enameled Roasters Insurance. The Homo Tclcphono Co., lost tlictr new building and equipment Thoy had just finished Installing now switchboard and other apparatus last week. They lost both building bid contents, worth S800, and carried $300 Insurance. T. J. Fletcher lost a buggy shed and would have lost Jils now resi dence but for Iho protection afforded t y tho heavy foliage of. two big shade trues. Tho stable of Newt Hallow, onu- Ighth of a mllo away, caught from flying sparks, but was extinguished v'th small loss. This Is certainly a bafdblow to tho enterprising little city of Crutch field. Whether this property will bo rebuilt wo aro unable to learn," Fine White Auitrian China Salad Bowls Molasies Pitchers White and White Enamel Wash Pans 17qt. Dish Pans Large size Steel Fry Pans Enamel Covered Sauce Pani t. Enamel Buckets .... 25c ladies work receive our special at tention. Schmidt, the tailor. by a number of our farmer friends as well as sev oral business men that It would be a goo-- plan to keep autos of tho bus! nosa streets of Hickman on Satur days. Wo bellevo most of tho gen llrnien who own machines would not hesltato to make this concession; for ol all days, tho auto creates tho great vet dlsturhanco on Saturday when tho town la full of teams unaccustomed ti cars. It Is merely a courtesy that wo owe our farmers, as welt as others whose borscs are frightened by ma chines, to let them have ono day In each week when they may feel safo In driving down town. It Is unfor- Bourbon Red Tarkeys. .Rhode He4 , Chickens. Eggs from Red CWakeWi UNDER GUARANTEE. $1 for 15. Write for price of tarlwysi dan, routine S4.C0O has been fully Mrs. Q.'B. Threlkeld, State Lia, paid for. The structuro Is of brick To tho Citizens of Hickman and lMay Ky. protUcst little church Surrounding Country: und ono of tho es to bo found anywhere, and Is residence FOR SALE: Nice I have received a lot of the famous splendid monument to the .enterprise and lot bOxlGO, In East Hickman; ail guaran of tho good Methodist people of that Dochner medicine which is necessary Improvements good stable neighborhood. Next Sunday Cbll teed. I thank you all for your past cistern, fences, etc. $900 will buyR. I have dreu's Day exercises will bo held trade and solicit your future. selling I can Owner has good reasons for there nt 11 o'clock. On the 5th Sun never had- a bottle returned. every fungus growth the human Call at Courier office. day In .Mrty the now church will bo euro FOR SALE: Nice residence formally dedicated by Hcv. S. F family Is heir to without the knife a, tho College. Plenty U gratia M Winn, their former pastor, and v Come and see me. Office hours 8. all Improvements. Terms to sultHr-chasc- r. cry body Is Invited to attond. A big m. to 4 p. m., and all day Saturday. Don't pay rest. See m, If basket dinner Is ono of the attract DR. J. C. MORRIS, you want a hosse. Hickman Courier. ive features. Ulc'iman, Ky. FOR SALE: 4 good saddle and O harness horses, 3 to E years old. Also, two good milk cows with young Ono lady In Hickman already has calves. Paul Shaw. State Line. 4B enough coupons saved from "Everybodys" Coffeo to entitle ber to a set LOST OR MISLAID, Policy No. 219, of nlco lace curtains. All good stores 613, Issued by the Penn Mutual Life O Insurance Company, on the lite of affirming tbo Judgment of the In Charles W. Curlin. The finder will AT Franklin Circuit Court In the case of please return above policy to blu. the Northwestern Mutual LIfo InsurApllcatlon has beea made for. the Bradley & Parham's ance Co. against Frank P. James, Issuing of a duplicate. Auditor, tho Court holds that the com pany must pay a tax of $2 on each Basket leaves every $100 In premiums collected by the Tuesday afternoon company, Tho Court also holds in 'this. case that such a tax. Is not class Best Work Lowest Prices legislation and la constitutional. -- ASK FOR RATES- The new ML Zlon church, near Jor 45-4- c LAUNDRY '45-C- e Business Directory WOODLAWN DAIRY. .. 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c It has been sugested Us Just wonderful how that "Everybody's Coffeo" took on with the good peoplo of Hickman, Every good store handles it. O We are Agents for the A. H. Leet, Prop. Dest of Milk and .Butter delivered. Home Phoae No. 27. McMURRY Attorneyc-st-La- Large Size Cake Stands Large Decorated Meat Dishei Large White Meat Platters Fine Gold Band Bowls ... 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c at Fulton has changed hands tho new proprietor Is W. J. Hall, of Jackson, Miss. Tho UEona Hotel O OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any ot.i-eIs your property insured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy r. A FLAT Office over Hickman Drug Large ilze Rich Broxn and Green Pitchers Large size Flower and Fruit Decorated Bowls, beautiful decorations Salad Hickman, Ky. Ceapaay Meat Saws 4 . 25c I havo the grades and prices. Do not forget to havo your grocer fill your orders with flour sold by Travis O Any 2 for a Quarter qt. Enamelen Stew Pans. Decorated China Mugs. Salt Boxes Large Decorated Bowls 4 qt. Enameled Bake Pans Gold Decorated Glassware Large Size Berry Bowlt, cut glass patterns Heavy Brown Ware Cuiptdors 2 gallon Blue Stone Pitcher, deer decoration. 1-- Miss Julia Martin left last week for Charleston, Mo., where sho expects to spend tho summer. BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER Groceries S City Delivery; both phones No. 38. "Beet of Everything" B..8. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Let me figure with you. Hickman, Ky. COURIER REALTY COMPANY Do it NOW tunate that Hickman hasn't a public hitching or wagon yard as most oth Car of flour Just arrived. It you er towns have, but slnco wo haven't. want the best Insist on your' growo should view tbo matter with duo cer sending you flour sold by Travis. -- oconsideration. R. T. TYLER, Agent MARRIAGE Large size Glass Bowls, Cut Glass Patterns 2 for . 25c . BEST EXAMINATION. Or J. S. Stafford hands us tlio following clipping relative to bis son. which Is n nice compliment:iter, J. Murlon Slaford, who will nlsh hi theological course In June ai I ho Southwestern Presbyterian Uul-- t rally, was liccnBod und ordained by 'l;o Western District Presbytery of Tennessee, which mot nt Brownsville. Tenn., on April IMC, 1910. The Moderator of tho Presbytery stated lulllcly that Mr. Stafford stood the fst uxninlnatlon of nnyono vor examined boforo that Presbytory. Thh was tho unanimous opinion of tho I'nsbytory as a wholo. Alonzo McAlcstcr and Miss Grade Maik Twain Is said to have left a Locke, of tho Liberty neighborhood, fortuno of about a million dollars. It wero married at Fulton, Sunday, must pay to bo funny, as a few years O uS,i Twnln was held up us a bankrupt I guarantee all plumbing and tinb tho metropolitan press. ning 1 do. If tho work don't come O up right and I can't out-talyou NOTICE. For first class Tailoring Schmidt we will cheerfully do the Job over mnn. Just like any other plumber. Cotton. An examination of applicants for tho k -- O- ' County Diploma will ho held at tho Court House, on Friday and Saturday, May J3 aud 14. DOHA At. Q.MITII, Sup. 0 THE CLARA BELCHER CO. Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room Suits Princess Dressers ! Phone No. 21. The following were granted It ense Wili sell that place and get you an tp marry in Obion county last week other. No business, no pay. Loo Henderson aud Gertie Crows. v A. D. Keller arjd Mrs. Ella Brltton. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. John Armstrong aud Bertha Morris. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Daniel Curtner and Orpha Wells. Phone 20, night or day. Luther Wcatherspoon aud Pearl Hickman, Ky. McFaddcn. J. B. Drown and Bertha Smlthson. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Burnett Barry and Clara. Cochran. Dsntlst Clarence Elliott and Miss Ethel Bradley. Davidson's old stand. Phone No, 2. Hickman, Ky. Hlcu's V. LICENSE. Schmidt's Tailor Shop Is still over shoo Storo. Come up. A. Carpenter GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunxlkers Old Stand) 0 I'oyton Wills, of Fulton ,n rural mail carrier, was fined C0 Thursday n MogUlruto Hrowdur's court upon hargea preferred against him by 0. F. Hlce, who charged him with threat iiIhk his wlfo ami children with ft I'lktol on tho public highway. Tho rouble nroso over Willis.' mulo toum being frightened at tho IMco 1 At tho Opera House ono week, commencing May 9th. Miss llelchcr and hor excellent company arc making th fat becoming tho favorites. This Is South their regular territory and aro tho same company thut playe.d "Tho Heart of an Indian" In Hickman lust winter and they will usu that play hero upon their opening night. "Tho Iliart of an Indian" U a fraternity drums written around tho obligations of ono lodge member to uuother, aud shows the beauties of all secret orders. The cast has been strengthened since tho company's former visit hero and special sconory will bu used throughout tho play. Ono" lady will ho admitted freo on tho oponlng night with each paid 30a tlckot. O A ml row Carnegie offers to donato 11,000 for a 12,000 organ for tho now HuntUt church at Charleston It the cltlzous wilt mako up a like amount Why not got Andy Interested In a plpu organ hero? FOR Chifforobes Dining Tables Library Tables Stand Tables WnAl WANT Jfl was here from Trezovaiit, Tenn., Friday, on business, lis dollars to doughnuts ho will move lack to Hickman before another year, cud wo will bo glad to sea him do so. O Lowest prices for horseshoeing, Wood and Iron Work. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Makers and Dealers In Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. . Wardrobes China Closets Sofas Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals Etc., Etc. up-to-da- te Christian womaa'a Board of Missions aud Bible School convention win moot at Hardwell May 12 and 13. Delegates from Hickman Christian church are cordially luvltod to attend. O CLAY A CALDWELL. Blacksmiths. Blacksmlthlng and Woodwork, Horse Shoeing a specialty. Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases Furniture - Ioula Paulhan has won a prlro of for a flight from london to Manchester, a distance or ISO mllos, In nn aeroplane. O Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCORPORATED HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Wo guarantee our work. Ollvor Mooro & Cornelius Simmons, a 16 year old colored boy of Pryorsburg, was probably fatally Injured at that place at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon by Crabbing the caboose of a south be i ml freight train. Tho train was go ing at a rapid speed when ho mado an o'ffort to got on tho caboose. Ouo hand caught hold of the car while the r'.'icr one missed. The boy wis thrown up In the air and when he fell his head struck one oftbe railroad lea and fractured hi a skull. oooooooooeoeO A. I M. TYLER - Attorney at Law am now located at Padu- cah, but will continue to practice In the courts of Futten county and will be In HIckmM every 2nd and 4th Monday. eeee e eoee Schmidt, the Tailor, Telephone 65 for Plumbing and I1 11 ' Tinwork-JQH- N cotton A . M1 LYRIC CHEBCRE The Clara Belcher Company For One Week, commencing ALL S0RTSi4-- iJ M' ' Attractive m. n ' Tire" 100 Kennedy. Kennedy. Kennedy. insurance REO acre farm to sell Footwear Zfor Ladies She n mCrC grot the best summer drink made, In a Repertoire of Comedies MA and Dramas introducing 9 ttL Mrs. Jano Itay, ot Dorena, wa here Saturday, Que Alexander was In Union City Sunday afternoon, covcnn& nrc n work REPINED VAUDEVILLE Between Acts Dest flour on the msrkoL worth ft Prather. lees REO Is served. Betters- - i Your parties are not complete un, REO continues to be the best bev on the market. CHANGE OF PLAY NIGHTLY PRICES erase Wm. Stoker returned Friday from at Mobile. thu 10c, 20c and 30c Ilulto's uxcollenro nnd Autumn Leaf best flour made Travis, irs UP TO YOU. To Uie Hickman Courier: Xo answ er yet I What's the matter? Perhaps you are waiting lor my fcocoud letter. Well, here it Is. Our subject ." 'S , was "ChrlsUau It has beeu luUiuated that Ibis work has beeu and Is being, greaUy neglected lu the home field. Let's sett if wo are guilt' ot such a CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED Try It like It REO. UUng. Th'j word "Missions' lu the general religious acceptation ot tuu with Loeal AppMeaUens, as they can Houies to rent Kennedy. term has reference to tho work of Butte's Excellence flour Is positivenot reach tho seat of the disease. BROWNSVILLE. Do you read the .Courier? unending thu Klugdom ot Christ by ly guaranteed by us, bettersworth Catarrh is a blood or constitutional N. L. nice attended services at ti 1 'rat her. giving tho Uospel to all people. Now, Houtes and lots to sell Kennedy. disease, and In order to cure It you The undersigned, formerly lr. Kdltors, do you mean to say that lirowusvllle Sunday, must take Internal remedies. 1 tail's For a strlcUy high grade patent You can get fUSO at Helm A. Mil- - Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and intra are people about our doors that The Home Telephone Co. is workof Hickman, has located in Hour to Whltu Swan, lied Hose or sea's. have never heard the Uospel "preach-uiacts directly on the bleed and raucous this city and will do nil ing on thu Walnut Log lino between Carnation Travis. take tho liberty ot answering Wo serve ItKO Harris Ice Cream surfaeee. Hall's Catarrh Care la net Urowusvlllj and that point. kinds of you. uu meant to convey tuls tor a quack medicine. It was prescribed Mrs. J. M. Held has returned from 'arlors. the Idea that these ptopie are not by one of the heal physicians In this Brownsville Baptist Church will bo u s' PAINTING, PAPERING visit to Mrs. John Cas-cit- y wiulstered unto from the standpoint dedicated tho fifth Sunday lu May. H. I King- wa' here lost week country for years and Is a regular at Nashville. and DECORATING thU Is Rev. I. N. Fenlck, of Martin, will ot "ChrUUan Charity." U prescripUon. It Is eempescd of the treat Clay ten. what you wean there is no contro- preach. Everybody invited. The Courier's "Want Column" Is best tenles known, combined with the Prices right and first class Telephone that greeery order to versy between us. sure to Hud you a buyer. Costs lc Lest bleed purifiers, acting dlreetly o BetterswerUi A Prttber. work guaranteed. lJap- - tor each word. Try 1L the mucous surtaeea. The perfect Sow with reference to preaching the The members of lirowusvllle If our work dent suit you It den't eettbiuatlen ot the two lagredleate Uospel wo need 'o revUo our Idea list church wUh to extend tnclr thanks tor the liberal contributions i. O. Ityau expects to leave for cost you a ceaL Moore & Oliver. Is what produces such wonderful reot "preaching." (1 say this with CaNatBr.Curlin's Olfko. of the people ot this and adjoining Memphis In a short time to accept ser-uocourtesy.) Our "pulpit Send for 11. Moore, sults In curing Catarrh. Take year prod wee communities, in helping to raise tho u position with the Collier l'ubllxhlug ' from time to time are nut tho free. Frank J. Cheney & U. eu the kJL Highest rrleee building. Co. wiiole work of promulgating the Uos- debt ott the church Cr Props., Toledo, Ohio. CARD OF THANKS. o Dux year groceries at the Ulekaua pel but is only a part of the work. Sold by druggists, 76c Tho best flour ever brought to Co., and save t per eest. .sloped with it Jesus, thu Christ, had Take Hall's Family Pills fer eeaaU- THE CLAItA IIELCIIEH CO. one' Hickman llulto's Excellence and Au- Grocery We dcslro to thank tho goal r this simply tho declaration ot truth week, comenclug May ith at the tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed kind peeple, both friends cd p a Moore was In Cairo and Vil paUes. F. S. he might not have outrivaled Gau- Opera House. Presenting a reperto Travis. tWes of Ibis community fur U ' la nidge. Ills., a few days last week. tama, the liuddha or Concuclus. liul ry at high-clasand dramas us dttrrg comedies A good farmer phoned In from the Ing kindness shon Anything you want that we haven't hu uemousuated every truth that he Reflued vaudeville Introduced betwetX Get our prices for pointing and pa country ami said "Send me out a nss nnd death or I.uthrr IV ( n declared. So there is quite a differ-euc- e acts. This excellent company has the got in Furniture we will be glad to per hanging. Satisfaction guaranteed r dollar's worth of that good "Krery beloved husband, son scil lr.t" s lu declaring a truth and demon- reputation ot being ouu ot the strong order It for you. Hickman Furniture rr ' we erer May Ood's richest btesslnM bodys Coffee" ks the best Company. strating 1L The heat flour In Hickman Uulte's est companies that thu South has eve) upon them Is our sincere pray r hod." Excellence at Bettersworth & Christianity is the bad and they should bo greeted with The unit of Don't wait any looser to get that Mrs. Jesila Helton ' D. 0. Scott and family will move Christianity Is measured a full house. Thu press and public poultry fence you need it NOW. Wo Lhrutlau. Mrs. Msry IWlon vicinity this week from by tnu Christian and not by 'fhe good everywhere praise Miss Belcher fur have plenty of IL Hickman Hdw. Mrs. 8lc Arthur Shaw, wife and children hack to this tilings we say about lu (Jod is love. lux excellent work and she is fast Mm. Hertense, Trnn. Mr. Henry W ' Company, Inc. were here Friday the guesU ot So love Is the very essence ot Uod. the favorite of the South. IU Brown. Oive O. H. Moore a share of your Cage Vlvrette. of near Clinton, un J. The ruling principal ot the Christian grocery aetaeea. Lots ot people havo tried "Every- - loaded five cur luaus ct sheep here The COURIER for the nei religion is Love not Quiescent, but If year groceries have not proven is at work it Is bodys" Colfca already, and they havo last week. In all there were uioru entirely satisfactory try trading with active, and when it Charily, a lovo" at got others also, for ever) one who than 1G0O Iiead. culled charity. C. 11. Moore. drinks it once, keeps It up. All good Work, Is tho only means glad to order anything Wo will be Mlsa Mary Derendee has moved to or demonstrating Christianity. W groceries. you wish at thu Hickman Furniture tie Craves home which she purchase may say ever so inauy good things Miss Dora Smith, County School 8 Co. The largest and best store iu a few days ago. uhout this religion and make a great perlutendent, is at Bowling Green this V'estern Kentucky. show in tho uaxne of it, but uuless week attending a couveutlou ot West The Cewrkr will appreciate all no Ot course prices tor plumbing and tices of births, marriages, visitors, Wt possess thu element ot "Chris- ern Kentucky County Superintendents tian Charity" we shall never reach tinning will come down now, but you slckaeae, etc. Both phones, No. 21 I wouldn't give a cent to hear In- - will have to get my prices lu see Just the man who needs to be reached. The Hlekman Furniture Co. han Tho Author ot Christianity prescrib gersoll on Moses, but' I'd give tcu dol bow low they go. John Cotton, dles the best line of Furniture In lars to hear Moses on Iugcrsoll. ed certain laws to govern it, and It Suite's Excellence Is the name ot West Kentucky. Let us show you, we ignore these laws we had as Well Mark Twain. our new, high grade flour, guaranteed I can pasturo a limited number of Ignore the whole thing. If we would Telephone your grocery order to to be the best in Hickman. Your and stock on a good clover, red-toknow thu Modus Operandi ot chrls No 38 the Old Reliable all goods money back it not satisfied. Betters blue grass pasture. M. A. McDaulel. llaulty wo must know the methods ot delivered. worth & l'rather. the Master Himself. A home was The chanticleer hat prorca that nut Hickman Furniture Co., headquart never too poor for 111m to enter; a Tho Hickman Public Library will be only must city folks look to thu goods. man wus uuver too wicked for Him rs for undertakers oper every Sunday afternoon from farmyard for their living, but also to stoop down and touch; a diseased your produce to C. II. Moore. May 1st unUl uext winter. This will for their styles. Take was never too unclean for kIvu the busy business wan a chanco Every night at the Lyric. Win to touch or too sick for Him to derive some benefit from tbto in U, II. Sanders and wife, of Caruth to heal. Never did an opportunity to rsvllle. are tho guests of J. A. sUtutlon. help tho needy present Itself to Him Vliompeon and family and Mrs. Jen with the new Planters In extreme southern sec nie MeCutchcon. that ho did not take advantage of It. tfoin aro paying au high as flSv a And said He, "I have given you an WHY NOT TRY? O. L. Whybark returned Friday tou for cotton seed, and the local example that ye should do as I havo Pophsm's market is uu lu the clouds Heed sold morning from Louisville where he dono to you." Also, "lly this shall ASTHMA REMEDY went on business with tho Mongel bore lat fall ut 100 a good prlc all men know that ye are my disci' now. Box Co. He and his wife and baby Otvea prompt and positive relief lu but that Isu't a circumstance pies It ye have lovo ouo to another." Together with 12 Amberol Four Minute Records left Friday for their former homo In We toM you to buy In the full. every ease. Sold by druggists, From the foregoing we may deduce Little Rook, Ark., to reside price $1. Trial package by the following: The Uospel must be W. J. Monau. ot near town, market saall. 10c. seen as well as beard demonstrated at $C J, A. Moore, who has chargo of the ed Jl spring lambs lust week as well as declared. That tho work Williams' Mfg. Co., Props, Cleveland. bur head. Thesu lambs were pastur construction work on the concrete of demonstration Is expected of the Mil mi u fluid of wheat-M- ho plant being erected at Hayvlllo, La., only feeding they ever bad. Just like had the misfortune last week to picking up $204 in the road. This stick u rusty splko In bis foot, from urouosltlou should have a tendency which bo has been confined to bis to stimulate" the sheep raising Indus bed. try. You And The management of the Hickman CnMmriih rW not stimulate. It docs not make will preach u Independent Home Telephone Co Ilev. W. O. Stockton you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. It sermon at the Presbyterian Church wishes to announce that they aro down and then a dollar a week. a rrntf drink. No reaction after you stop using it. ntxt Sunday that will be of special now ready' to make connection with COME HEAR THE NEW RECORDS tho lines on either side There is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the steady, Interest toyouull Woodmen of this all country The company furnishes of Ulekmaa. all are a member ot World. It vc. that comes irom a strong ionic ami unci an even to equipment In the city and connects your arrangement We with vom would ask your doctor about this. He order, make you are welcome and with lines at the limits for $1B attend; it not, know. TntUhhm. Do a he says. j.c.AverCo..Loweir.Mau will enjoy the servlee Just the same. per Mae sad charges 76c a nwatk for IWWSrrSHHBHflSlKTJow lona have they ben eU?andNear sixty The servlee will begin promptly at their eseeaafe aervtee. Bee A. W IwU out your own doctor A pffirtTrrTVir lg ' Oav4a, , Call at tho Hickman Furnlturo Co. for anything you want In furnlturo. laity as well as of the ministry.' That there Is plenty of work for us' A new. drink a different drink In easy reach of us. "Dr. I'epper" at Helm & Ellison's. Then "It's up to you" who aro InI'aul Sbaw and wife, ot State Line, terested lu "Home Missions" to get busy. You are now challenged. Has spent Sunday with Hickman friends. your city a general charity fund with Tho Kodak season is here. A big n distributing committee? If not, line at from 1 up. Helm & Klllson. why not? Yours for Christian business, (1 A dainty dessert Just after a quarCor. 13th Chap.) rel is Jacobs Candy all slxe boxes. WM. O. STOCKTON Harris. k lli tea p or an a ming ot ooauty as well as utility. Thoe women who drew their feet with highest tnstc appreciate "IMPERIAL" Shoe for their correct style their perfect fit their exquisite workmanship. We have just received some of the latest crsations in this n make, in Patent, Kid, Suede and Green Snake Cloth, which we would be pleased to show you. well-know- An Elegant Line of SILK LISLE and HOSIERY just Arrived Millet & Alexander Painting and Papering T X two-week- ai J. S. EDWARDS ! s THE Edison Fireside Combination Phonograph Cygnet Horn Does Not Stimulate uZ i, it Only Costs a Dollar gw ;0r e? Ellison Brothers ilUH. tii a Proa Us Fallen Count; Critol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A. lAii. tA.a. a. tA.a.A. lA.a. i. ,1.1, A. I iAiia,L iA.As.LL DAILY DIET HINTS r o7. r. j. Food aucn CTRAY LOCAL NOTES ttetiUM. TAKEOUT... I.lnzy Jackson was In Clinton first of tho week. Now wo have Uio second degreo in Blackberry winter. Mrs. Harry Ellison Is spending sev eral days at Dawson Springs, The U. I). C. will meet with Miss Estello Ilfiiienti next Tuesday afternoon. Cashier Held V. 1 Kulton Circuit Court convened In Hickman, Monday morning, with Special Judgo Fcland, of Hopklnavlllc, prcaldlng. Tho first day was given largely to empaneling tho CframMury REFRIGERATORS If you need PRINCIPAL MtAL AT NOON OR EVENINO. a refrigera- "Have a laugh with me AH the fun of a real minstrel show richt in your own home on the Victor. Lots of comic special- tics, wo. mm inc worm s best music besides. Conic in and hear a few selection. Vicfcx, 119 to tao. TcrntloMll. Ellison Bros. Tuesday tho caao of It. It. Rogers, charged with killing Tom Kcsteraon, Waa thu firs, caao of Importance on tho docket. It wna no easy matter to get a Jury to hear thla faun mill th nllro dnr wna spent trotting tho nreeswiry twelve men. Yesterday morning tho enso went to trial. Tho largo number of witnesses summoned for both aides Indicated thnt thntrlnl would hint the greater part of the week, but the fal lire of tho Conunnn wealth to establish tho facts charged. viiirul murder." brought the enso to nn abrupt end. They failed to prove nujiniiig beyond tho fact that Renter-so- n wna shot to death anil that tils body wna found In front of tho homo or it n Rogers In tho tinner bottom. According to law and tho evidence. Judgo Fcland gavo peremptory Instruc tlons to the Jury to find tho defendant not guilty. Tho enso of Mrs. fihelton v. Anna Hnyden. asking tho sum of J5.000 for alnnder, taken na confessed by reason of defendant falling to appear nasi SUnPRISE WEDDING. l!,r-A supper should bs easy digestion,' because the vitality available for dlgtstlon la at Its lowest ebb "after the burden If a and heat of the day." meal difficult of digestion be eaten when one It tired, It will be Imperfectly digested and the draft upon the nervous aystem may Interfere with attep, causing disturbing dreamt, perhaps. The morning hours are the best mental for work, especial' work, therefore the breakfast should not be so heavy as to make a great draft upon the vitality, thus Interfering with the appropriation for other work. But if less than an hour It allowed for the noon meat, It should not be the heaviest one of the day, for hurried eating and creates ruins digestion A rett after "nervousness." dinner, a few minutes In sleep, and half an hour In reading light literature, the pews, or agreeable conversation Is desirable. Otherwise the principal meal should he In the evening, as early as possible. The of ' his pnrcntH, Fulton. I. spent Sunday with Held and wife, at bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbHbiIbbbbbI tor 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 Chns. Eskrlrige, of Dresden, Tenn., was the guest of Miss Mnttle Travis, Sunday. Mayor Dillon and wife returned Ptindny afternoon from the nt Mobile. , Rc-unl- WkitB Frost This refrigerator is constructed of heavy galvanized 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 anv other insulation. Drain nipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. Helm & Ellison aro making exten sive Improvements tain fixtures. In their soda foun- Miss IJettle Jenkins, of Union City, spent Sundny with Miss Mottle Trav is In this city. Miss Lucy Doss and Miss Onal Crawford, of Dorena, were hero Sat for trial. (Copyright, M, by Jovtpli II. Ilowlt-a.- urday shopping. trade-mark J. V. Patterson, charged with wil i Wra Brock, daughter of I.. II. Q. Hale. UxV tho SltiRer Machluo tuun, ful murder was surrendered by his John Jones. bondainen. He was very feeble from t( '.h city, wan married Friday J. W. Thomas, long spell of sickness and the indue In I nlon City to Joo Holt, of n K. h. McMIUln. ordered that tho man be furnished a Ky. h anion, T. h. IMckle. homo and mediral attention nt the lac marriage camo n a surprise expense of the county It. E. Kelley. and hla case LLc parent and friend of tho t A. G. Ezum. continued. Tho Judao would not al cm. acting parties, illu Vcru, who low him to bo placed In Jail, owing C. T. Uonduratit. it or. y 10 year old, linn been W. C. 8peer. to tho condition of hla health, and school at Arlington and waa E. N. Bnnnom. the bondsmen voluntarily assumed r rnng homo accompanied by Mr. J. T. Smlthwlck. obligation. their former of tho r .' who la u brother-in-laJ. O. Itynn. Judge E. T. Bullock wna appointed tr.Ji: Ikilwtfvn trains at Union City J. W. lllnnd. Commonwealth Attorney pro torn In u r wrre married mid caino to J lick-tLiIt. It. Durnctt. Uio Rogers case, as Atty. Smith hnd without anyone being thu wiser. II. F. Holly. previous to his election been employ A.' r the brldo and groom bud sup. Dud Lore. p at tho Brock borne, the youug ed by defendant. udr quietly handed tho ninrrlago cer C. Q. D. A fow cases of minor Impoprtanco Wanted A young gentleman on the tJf att 'o her parents. have been disposed of and this con it. brldo la a charming young la. stitutes about tho sum of tho court polnt of marrying a lovely girl If most desirous of meeting with a man 47 i.J Las resided la thla city for proceedings up to today. of experlenre who will tnki- - th re.mr time. sponsibility of dissuading him from Jlr Holt la a wvll toilo fanner of this dangerous ntep. Hnrper's Week GRAND JUROR3. ly- ew Arlington, at which placu tbey iu make tiielr home. S. V. Gouger. O (cngratulatlons. M. I). Iladdln. Special Judge Feland, of Hopkins- W. H. Donoho. ville, who Is presiding at the present Ed Towtiaend. term of tho Fulton Circuit Court, is FATHER DIED FRIDAY. II. L. Morrow. without doubt tho most popular Judge M. I.. Rice. A O Caruthem, of thla city, re-t- t who has ever presided In this coun R. A. Itondurant. .ed ord Friday nlRht that hla ty. Ills genteel, pleasant manner, I,. II. Ilacon. fi ber 8 U Caruthera, had died sudbis kindly consideration of juryman, Don Illnford. denly at hla homo in Union City, lawyer, client and witness, together Roy Clark. trart trouble, presumably, causing with his positive determination that tn death Deceased waa CC yeara old J. It. Brown, Foreman. right must prevail, is a combination J. W. Rogers. od U survived by eight children .and that has mndo an Irresistable appeal lu ifo to all. Though a stranger In our The children nro A. O. Caruthera, midst Monday, ho seems like "home-folks- " PETIT JUR0R8. Hl.kiuan, Mr. Mary Carter, .Mr, now and wo wish he was In W. P. Curllu. Miss Susie. Eater, Lawson, tho real senso of tho word. He Is W. A. Johnston, Strphrn and IVarco .of Union City. a splendid fellow; strictly business. J. E. Fuqua. clover, fearless and deeply In sympaA. V. Ingram. thy with his fellow man. Vim Morehond, Court stenographer, C. C. Chonoy. nf llayflehl, attended court hero this V. D. Clark. f k She spent tho Week nt tho R. N. I'hlpps. Telephone that grocery order to fccni" of Mrs Allco T. T. Crockett. Ambers. Betterswortk A Pmtfctr. jr a Ra-re- Bowaro of substitutes seo that our is on your plumbing and tinning Jobs. John Cotton. We want all the local news. If you cannot see a reporter, call No. 21 Cumberland or Home phone. It. M. Ialer, wifo and Mrs. Jossle Dillon returned this week from a vis-I- t to Bob Isler, at Pensacola, Fla. Miss Mabel Wllaon, of Hickman, Is visiting Miss Katherlne Jones, of Newstead. Hopklnsvllle Kentucklan. Hon. Jno. II. Kemp, circuit clerk. of Clinton, was hero attending court and visiting Circuit Clerk J. W. Morris, this week. We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 25.00 size at 30.00 the largest size at Or 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. Or a larger Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED Several members of the Christian Church of this city expect to attend the C. W. B. M. and Bible School Convention at Bardwell, May 12 and 13. THT1 ISLAND Melvln NO. 8. lHW'TnrrTlrTT1l'f1 8 Wfi fv Readcnour was on No. Clin ton, this week were S. V. Craig, C. J. H. Royer was In New Madrid HeaBlet, Joo Bennett, Atty. It. B. lust week on business. Flat, Atty. E. P. Bullock and Circuit Messrs. Ed Williams and Bob Por Clork J. R. Kemp. ter were on No. 8, fishing last week. John Seinones, of Union City, camo Mrs. Peavler and tons, Cary and over Thursday to receive two now E. M. F. 30" autos shlped to him Willie, of Three States, visited here Among the court visitors from this week. Lowe Brothers Hil Stmiil SCREENS AND IScreen Wire All New Spring Stock The Cheapest Place in town to buy Screens of course. I W. A. DOSDS at tills place Whilo driving around Sunday. the city, one of the new cars was Mrs. Fred Hayden was the guest backed against a telephone pole and of her daughter, Mrs. Joe King, at considerably smashed up. Three States, last week. Deacon Craig oaks us to announco The census enumerator for this dis- a Ministers and Deacons Meeting at trie surely froze during the cold Sassafras Ridge Baptist Church, be spell. . He has never made his apginning Friday night. Services Sat pearance here. urday morning and evening, ending Some of the boys on No. 8. who up with a big basket dinner Sunday had never seen a show plow in op at noon. Everybody Invited. eration, had the pleasure of doing so Revival at tho West Hickman M. last week or might. E. Church. Pastor Metheny is assist Gabe Peavler was target shooting ed by Rev, HInkle, of Tennessee. Large crowds and good interest. A- - the other day and while snooting at bout 10 or IS up for prayers at the an old hat at a short distance, tho first service. Services day and night bullet rebounded, striking him in the forehead Just over tho left eyo. Of at 2:00 p. m. and 7:45 p. m. course ho knew ho was shot but he Methodist Church Services next couldn't Bee how the gun could shoot Sunday Sunday School at 9:45 a. so crooked. rii., preaching by tho pastor, Rev. G. W. Wilson at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. RUSH CREEK ITEM8. m. He requests all members of tho Joe Lannou Is up near Fulton pick church, if possible, to be at these services; and friends are cordially in ing his strawberry crop. vited. Mr. and Mrs. Jef Davis visited Mount Zlon M. E. Church, Rev. Thad Verhlno and sister Sunday. Newbtll. pastor, will de dedicated on Price Henry and family visited his the fifth Sunday in May, Rev. Sam cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Linder, Wynn delivering the sermon. Wnlnu Sunday. Grove M. E. church near McConnell, May Is lover's month, maidens will also be dedicated on the 5th Sun- dcy In May. tho sermon by Elder J. music and flowers, and it was tho O. Clark. first of May that a woe baby girl was ushered into the homo of Jno. R. Policeman John Wright and Deputy Lunsford, Sheriff Rob Goalder went to tho low. Sam Perkins, late of Paragould, er bottom Tuesday night and arrest-o- d three negroes charged with "tak Ark., is home on a visit after an ing off" In a craps game. They were absence of sovcral years. Ho Is a of Price Henry. Herman Yates, Luther Fly and Sam brother-in-la. The trio was registered at Un Three of our boys ore going to do Joe Noonon's boarding houso. start a "poor house" by "shuffling off coll of single blcKJcdness." tho Thcru was no prayer meeting lu Wo mortal aro sorry they had to po out of the Methodist Church last night lu the neighborhood to get the girls. favor of the protracted services In tho Baptist aurch. It will bo ho It is reported that one of a large next week should the Baptist meet. family of girls (tho eldest) is to be lug continue, it having been agreed wedded to a well known farmer soon. that each denomination would omit Wo cannot find out anything definite prayer uicotlugs in favor of revivals but we uru coming iu for a share conducted by the oUicr. of the brldo's cako. Dr. J. S. Stafford was given a hear Jlmte Roper wl)o does not like to ing before Mayor Dillon, Tuesduy, on be excelled lu anything, also has a a charge of furnishing Intoxicating baby girl at his houso. More calico "cider" to a minor. Stafford was to buy, more buttons that need sewttued $50 and cost. But took an up- - ing on. The boys can uso a match peul to the Circuit Court, He claims or a nail to bold the trousers and tbut bis cider comes from the Hick. a piece of binder twine for suspendman Bottling Works, and while be ers, but a dear dainty girl must be mixes It, nothing la added that eon so ntce. Girls take money, Jim, and tains aleehol. after while rats. Liquid.Paint Gives BMt Results And that is the real considera tion results not price per gallon. Covering results d to one-ha- lf more square feet covered. Wear-resulTwo to three years longer 'service, and surface left in good condition for new painting. one-thirts Nothing better in Hickman or Ful ton County. Prices are right, too. CowgilPs Drug Store x (Incorporated) ROUTE NO. 5. Farmers are busy planUng corn and cotton. Wm. Bruer is tiling his fine bot tom farm. Charlie Barnes, of McEnna, Is in this vicinity. Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Wilson were is Clayton Monday. BerUo Howard went to Union City Tuesday on business. Eugene Jones spent Sunday with homo folks near Kedron,' Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Carpenter, of Clayton, were in this vicinity Sunday. Owen Stlgler and J. R. McCano went to Union City Saturday on business. Mrs. Ella Esctio and daughter, Nellie, visited friends near Brownsville, Sunday, The young folks enjoyed a singing nt tho home of Cheatham Glover Saturday night. Grandma Hicks has returned homo after spondlng a week with her daugli tor near Kedron. MUa Irene Wilson is Improving after u long spell of measles, mumps and brouchtal pneumonia. Misses I'oarl and Maude Osburn are lu Hickman this week attending the protracted meeting at tho Methodist church. LOST: Open face, gold watch, has ncrew case, metal fob, Elgin movement, Saturday April 23, Return to this offlee. lp i ROUND ABOUT, FROST GRIPS ENTIRE STATE s Stanford. Ky,. April 25. Knilt, and unprotected tobacco plants JL. wore killed ns If cut oft with n shnrp blado by tho heavy frost ami freczo MOST IMPORTANT NEWS of Saturday night. Tho loss to tho fruit growers and truck farmers In GATHERED FROM ALL this part of tho statn li very heavy, PARTS OF KENTUCKY. nnd disappointment Is heard on nil aides, for everything seemed to glvo promise to bumpor crops this year. Not only was the heaviest frost of tho LOUISVILLE WEEKLY REVIEW. spring experienced, but ico a quat-- T of an inch thick was found on man Huclncss In Louisville ,Is moving ponds and still water. In many along" airly satisfactorily. lines It It running ahead of last ycat Carlisle, Ky, April 25. Tho midwinand in nearly all lines' It W at or ileal bllward which struck hero Saturlevel of last year, ""Prices aft ter wlthsnow, the day sleet and heavy wind holding steady. was followed by low tcmporattiro and There Is not much doing In wheat, a heavy frcdo thnt has caused thouthe mills being fairly well supplied, sands of dollars damage through this with the demand for flour a trifle immcdlato section. On stilt water n In pig Iron there easier 'there waa'leoVan Inch thick. All early to the gchorai alt gardens haru feeling In response been killed outright, and ua'llon. indications nro that all of tho fruit U 'Id dry goods,- - Iron olnd hardware ruined. Tbbact6 plants may bo and' groceries thcro Is a good moveas tt all other tender vegetation. ment The high prices for many com- Leaves on tho trees havo bcn dammovemodities have handicapped tho aged, and farmers who planted hunment to some extent Merchants have dreds of acres-o- f potatoes In March heen loath to buy except for Immedi- will be compelled to replant tholr crop. ate needs for fear that prices might decline before they could dispose of Kddyvllle, Ky.. April 23. A blinding their goods. A more settled price snowstorm raged hero nil of Saturday. level would restore confidence. For awhile the snow hung on the trees and shrubs, forming beautiful Louisville. Ky. Tbo regular month, scenery, but later it began to melt, ly reunion of memberB of the various and at nightfall nono remained to be camps of the Woodmen of the World seen. of Louisville was addressed by Gov. A. E. Wlllson and Mayor W. O. Head heavy Mt. Sterling, Ky April 23.--- A Sunday afternoon In the auditorium ,frccie In Montgomory county caused o'fi the Scelbach. The meeting vr'ai mucn carnage, ico was oneiuanor ot . Apples, pears and presided' over byJ. T. Funk. an Inch thick. ' fj. H. Brewer, state manager of hie "peaches 'vcr badly hurt and grape's Woodmen fqf. Kentucky, was" the first ruined. Early garden vegetables nro speaker introduced. Ho' explained the' Alrtually'a total 15 jb. Tho frccio ia-- J object of the meeting In that It was J red tobacco plants considerably. to stir up Interest in the great gathering that Is scheduled for October S3 Hopklnsvllle. Ky.,' Arril 23. Snow to' witness tho Initiation of a largo has been falling since early Saturday class In the Jefferson county armory. morning, and at times heavily. Owing tiMr. Brewer said that between to tho wet condition of tho grounds, and 40,000 visitors would be In the duo to heavy rains, but llttlo has reeity to attend tho big event. mained on tho ground. Gardens aro ruined and the wliolo crop seriously ..Catlettsbnrg, Ky. Tho grand Jury damaged. The fruit crop. It Is predictla the circuit court, which has been ed, wilt bo a failure. in session for two weeks, adjourned, Georgetown, Ky, April 23. Tho liivlDK returned 737 Indictments, this breaking the record of any former temperature dropped to sorcrat desitting of a grand Jury in Boyd county, grees below freezing Saturday night, It is said that over 500 of the Indict- accompanied by- a heavy frost. Fruit ments arc against soft drink venders of almost every- kind was killed, and at Ashland, .who are said' to have sold much of the garden stuff cut down, i Intoxicants since that city voted "dry's- - oven, a year. ago. Undqrna rej Bardwell. Ky April 23. An Inch" and a half of snow fell here and It has cent ordinance by the1 Ashlahd that, city is now dry as Sa, been snowing at Intervals all day. 'hara. and .the pal'ooh men of this city Tho bean crop'ls badly damaged, ami are reaping a great harvest, all' the It Is feared that the fruit crop Is rest of the county being dry territory. ruined. Never before has so much snow fallen hero this late in the sea- B. lolJion, aged Paducah, 44 years. Hied' from tuberculosis at Campbellsvllle, Ky., April 23. Tho Shreveport. La. ' He wis a son of the late Col. II. H. Hobson, of this city, and weather here Is closo to winter. The Is survived by two brothers, Joe Hob-ao- mercury went down to 27. Ice formed of San Francisco, Cal., and Emory and the ground was frozen slightly. IfobEon. of .Mitchell. S. D., also agis- Peach, pear and cherry crops and ter, Mrs. P. H. Stewart, of this city, early vegetables are killed. Apples and two daughters, Misses Rosebud are slightly damaged. and I.lllle Hobson. of this city. Mr. Morganftcld, Ky., April 23. A heavy Hobson was a musician and formerly snowstorm has been playing havoc In was leader of the orchestra at this section for several hours, covertheater. ing tho ground to the depth of an Inch Princeton, Ky. At an Interesting and a half. The trees with their heavy buslner s meeting of the Caldwell coun- foliage are whlto with the snow. ty union of tho Fanners' Educational Cynthlana. Ky., April 25. Tho Union of America, and held In this c;t)V Messrs. John Burton, freeze Saturday' night killed all the .sir .i 'XLj'rtnii early garden truck and fruit, with the Sines, of the western section of Ca'd-wel- exception of raspberries. These were county, were elected delegates to only slightly harmed. Karly Sunday the national meeting at St. Louis, May morning the thermometer registered 2 to 8. Both are enthusiastic members !C degrees, end the ground was frozen of the organization. bard. THE STATE Congressman's Son School Insurgent surgent than "VIC M unlock when be grows up, according to tho stand pat patents of tho youthful Tom Heed. Tills la the output of Oeorgo Low. den's three days of closo application to th study of tils school srstcmt Article A 1. That If any unjust law or too hard work bo Imposed on the scholars they may rebel oa the teacher. They may also fine and arrest him. Hereafter tbo pupils way elect a committee on rules for the school. Ths teacher aro Ineligible. Tho teachers won't have any right to make any lawa whatsoever. Article B 1. The pupils may refuse to work It they choose and the teachers may Insist, but not to any good purpose. The highest fine that can bo made Is $90; tho lowest $13. No warranU aro necessary for tho arrests. Cross, teachers are compelled by tne pupils to leave the room without complaint or words of any kind: If they do, a tine can bo Imposed on tho teacher or teachers, The teachers or parents are not allowed to cast a voto on any subjects applying to school questions; If they do they ire liable to bo flnfrd or put under guard. The school shall begin when the committee wants It to and end when tho committee wants It to, ami at no other time. GEOItafi M. PULLMAN I.OWDBN, President and Coaposer. The president and composer Is how busy perfecting tils Insurgency. da-a- dam-aged- , .- During WASHINGTON- rules Inthe famous the house last month Representative Frank O. Iiwden of Illinois took his twelve- year-olson, George M. Pullman to the houto to listen to the de bates. Tho llttlo fellow, who la a grandson of George M. Pullman, the lato Pullman car tsagnato, remained through tho exciting Saturday when tho rules wcro overturned and tho speaker reinvested with the gavel after offering to relinquish It If the house so demanded. Ccorge sat with eyes glued on tbo whirling dcrvishea In the arena of the house. Ho was deeply Impressed. Mr Lowdcn satd, after tho battle, "George can ask rooro embarrassing questions than Jim Mann." For several days the youngster talked of nothing but tho legislative battle. Then he quieted don, but. the family discovered that he was busily engaged In the preparation of a paper He worked till his father questioned him, but no Information was forthcoming of the purport of the document, but on the third day he produced a set of rules for the government of the public schools. Insurgency Is the spirit of every line. Tho boy Is going to be a worse In TkU Fact that in addressing Mrs. Pinkham your private i Us to a woman -- a womai uhosc g lcncncc with women's diseases covers twcnty.fivc vcant The present Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-laof Lvdii F Pinkham, was for years under her direction, and has ever since her decease continued to advise women. arccon-fidmw Many women suffer in silence and drift alonrj from birl well that they ought to have immcdiaS assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. Such questioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great to worse knowing Horse Still Popular Despite the Auto The veriest old 'skates havo been sold on tho market this year for $75 each." remarked tbo horse lover, "and a good draft horse will sell for J!S0 say day." "Yes," replied the motorist after the report has been read to him. "tbo statistics undoubtedly giro the horse the best of It; but notice that the animal Alreferred to Is tho farm horse. though the steam plow and motor truck have made encroachments upon the usefulness of tho draft horse he still Is Indispensable. Ills city brothers havo suffsred from competition by tho motor car. What about the price of carriage and saddle horses and the nags that pull express aad delivery wind-broke- 33,-(W- O one hundred thousand MORE than were manufactured In cars the United States last year, and tho manufacturers estlmato that twice the MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION s Women suffcringfrom any form of female weakness d to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn Mass. All letters arc received, opened, read and answered by women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established this confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken. Never has she published a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of thj writer, and never has the company allowed these con dcntial letters to get out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. has to draw from, it is mote than possible that she has gained the very knowledge needed in your case She asks nothing in return except your good will, and her advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lycha E, Pinkham Medicine Con Lynn, Mass. arein-vitcPink-ha- l Ky-Jom- l Paducah, Ky. Police officials In several cities have been sent a description of J. E, Buchanan, a wealthy farmer of near Kevll, Ballard county, who has mysteriously disappeared. About two weeks ago Buchanan camo to Paducah and drcrtyJ200 froiri a LauK Ui J'3ypr JiliilfcUtf. had. bought ML Vernon, Ky.. April 23 Frost Ho has not been seqnslnco ,and Ills knocked out most of the garden truck family and friends fear "he lias met and much fruit". Tho weather is part, with foul play. ly cloudy andHllgUtly warmer. ., , Technically." said Jodjs Wells to William Rung In the taunlclpil court, "you had tbo right oa your side. However, you chose a form of cruel ltd unusual punishment that cannot te to tolerated by this court lit fine you one dollar It appeared from the evidence test bin. Mr. Itung. who is a stercotjper. Mt The government statistician has down to luncheon with Kdrard Solder, found that since 1899 horses have Ina fellow employe The piece de mil creased 81.2 per cenL In prlco and of Bung's luncheon coniuted d 33.6 per cenL In number. Two years llmburger cheese, and Salder, bo reago there were 1.108,000 horses la gards himself at something cl a (. Kansas and 937,000 In Missouri. The First Kid My old man's locked up hsd made ccrtsla remarks sbout ti avcrago value a brad was S7 In Kanfor shooting a dog. cheero, reflecting psrtlcubul; oa la sas and f 68 in Missouri. One year 8econd Kid Dafa nothln. My old odor. Thereupon Jlr Kong meJ later January 1. 1909 tho number man' locked up fer shootla' a copper. a pleco of the cheese over the humoof horses in Kansas bad increased to countenance. rous Snider' 1,162,000, with an lncreaso In value of Up to Papa. "This." said Itunr, as he stepped O on In Missouri two dollars a head. "John, I think you would better give to pay his nne, "Is the kind of luitlee the same date the number of horses ftlgar a good whipping." that smells to ncsven. waa 99S.00O and their value had In"What's he been dolngf iit h about all from too. creased three dollars a head, T"Ho won't study his lessons or do said tho court bailiff "chme ItThe horse lover is careful to explain any chore about the house," Cblcago Itecord Hernia. that in arriving at tho values given offered. "What reason does he glvo?" Tbo wagon horso is no slouch. the statistician has bad to estimate "No reason that amounts to anya nmt Surorlic. thousands of horses worth not more Every year his prlco has climbed un- thing, I tell him that I want him to rapa ituthle. I shouldn't he i& Is Impossible buy to than $1.48 each, which brings down til today It study and work la order that he may prised III Oo.l would serviceable team for lea than $400. tho average. bocomo a great and successful man, baby brother ucioro iuu, and bo Just says be would rather bo vmi think of that Paducah, Ky.. April 23. With tho . tike you." exception .of short intervals, a heavy w... . . snow has been falling In Western be ixrfcctly loveir li a n, ftfeed Cars fer No One; transport half n dozen Paris creations., . i. t.-Kentucky since an early hour. It la No man Is more Independent than if tho law of evolution Is allowed to melting rapidly, but as the mercury mamma. IJfe take Its course In the next Ave years, ho who can pay hi bills. Is falling It probably will lay awhile. say reUt-anc- e w output will be sold In 1910. Has the price of horses been lowered? Will it be affected In the future? Men who deal In horses say that the horse Industry In general not only has been unaffected by tho development of power vehicles, but tho price of horses has Increased more than' fifty per cent, within tho last flvo year. To proro this assertion, tho herse lover refers to the last report of tho United States department of agri culture. Tbo report contains several complimentary statements about Dob- THE GREATER HONOR. LIMBURGER AND THE LAW Odorous Compound Reipeniib'i Ut Some Trouble and a Llttli Al leged "WIL wagon?" Only the horses used for pleasure driving have suffered la price from the use of motor cars. Few motor car owner keep a stable In addition to a garage and tho result has been a depreciation In tho value of harness horses. A matched harness team that two years ago sold for $760 or $S0O will at present bring not more thaa MM or 1660. The discarding of carriage horses by motorists may bo tho reatoH that the price of horse purchased by the United States has remained stationary for tho last year. Some of the horse replaced by motor cars aro bought by firms that requite better stock than tho ordinary wagon horse. There are horses drawing hearses In Kansas City today that a few years ago were owned by wealthy men who wore proud of their Judgment, of horseflesh. When the motor fever attacked them tho horses were sold at tho first price m,t Flat Car Needed for Hats of 1915 '"" - .ai2 ... ... n "'rtZ Paducah. Ky. T. E. Elgin, who has been In charge of the loofce leaf department of of W. .H. Kennedy, has accepted tho of; manager of one of' the ware hiiilfps In the1 Transvaal. South Africa. in I'adupah about lct 'Elgin has beencoming eighteen months, here from Hopklnsvllle, Ky. He will leave as. soon as his transportation arrives. Frost did conslderahloTlamago fn Adair county. four fect frora brlra to brim. An ordiPeaches' afcfolOkllled. nary cxpresa or freight car will about an Easter lid and a CovlDiton.'1 Ky. t)aro Prlnco. Ma half In Its width. In other words, a the bulk Hon Sparks and Richmond Sparks, car will hold only, the .youths who, operated a fictitious of leghorn and rooster feathers that bank at O'rr. Ky, and who operated Jt did ten years ago. What's tho anas far as New Mexico, were taken to swer? A ralso in rates to show a profit in the federal prison In Atlanta, Ga., by Deputy Marshal Einmet Orr, George the transportation business, Nothing Louisville, Ky. Eugene Elrod, who, White, another pt the boys, was sen' chort of a flat car will bo needed' to Ilrocts the batteries at tenced to Jail in Newport. Churchill Downs, will have similar charge at Lexington, and ho will go Lexington, Ky. In an effort to comto that city to arrango the devlcea at mit sulcldo Will Glover, colored, 30, the track. Elrod Is In a class by him- Jumped frqm tho fourth story of the self, and i unquestionably ono of the Bluegrass Commission Cos ware most capable and most affable, men In house. Both legs and other bonca the racing game lu Amorlca. wcro broken. Columbia, one-tent- h parl-mutu- Ky.. April 23. 'and most extreme scream THE latest tho "chnntecler" hat masuros tho carriers. A falling off In custom owing In thn unwillingness of hubby to dig too deep Into tbo family pocket and the return to modo of thq stingy toque and tho bumblo and modestly dimensioned ban, cry tho milliners. It Was purely a matter of hats, Into which tho length of pins does not enter which was hoard beforo the Interstate commerce, commission. The Millinery Jobbers' association put in their kick some tltno ago, The answer of tho railroad and express people was mado recently. The milliner claim the rates aro too high and tho carrlors say tho evolution of the headgear simply made them put on tho Increase Day After Day 1 One will Hnd HKll Post Toasties a constant dells"' food is crisp wholesome arm s tempt.!, that it Postmaster General's Mail Mixed Up genciul," he said. Ho sent tbo bill to the other Hitchcock with till note: "Tbl envelope was opened by mistake. The Inclosure was with amazement," It may bo Interpolated hero that tbo congressman Is against ail form of government extraragaose. He was therefore suspicious. The poatinaster general ao'faV forgot party lines, however, as ts7et Word, to Hitchcock No. 2 that' he '(the P. M. G.) had merely used the parasols av favors at a cetllllea at wbloa he, was Recently host. n-rt- d The wj cock," A bo opened It, bis wlfo stood by. It waa a bill for over 100 parasols, The congressman frowned. Then he saw a light. "1 guess this Is for tho postmaster and time-mor- ning, noon niiiht. Some Wk. PostToastlt , nounctd i flavoured W choicest produced. Campbeliavlll'o; ' Ky. William D, years express delivery tftankfort. Ky. L, B. Jones, a trav Cobb, CO, ellNg JwaB.of, Washlngtpn C. II., 0.t manager here, died at his homo here too ea'rbWle add by mistake' at tbo from a stroke of paralysis'. He Is survived daughter. Franker? tatte). but Is resting easily. Cleo by a widow and acounty,. Mrs. Mlert of Ul wif aad im arrived. Lexington, Ky. W. J. Andrews left bore for Cleveland, to take charge of tho trotters of'Vf. I), Cblsholin, or Tbl tledown farm Andrews took with him Doctor Smith (2:14), Lady 2:UU), Sophano (2:08), Worth (2:03), Itoberta (trial Teasel 2:11); Myrlto Oranelte (2;23U)iand ' Eva Tan"? (2;lM). Burnslde, Ky. Just before the trial of Sloan Mounco. In tho P'jllco court. Mounco assaulted Prosecuting Attor ney Elbert Wester with his lists, In dieting several bruises about Wester' face and head. Sheriff Weddlo and Marshal Lewis were soon on the scene and scparted them, ' "J space Representative FOB a of Nebraska, a Democrat, thought he bad it on Postmaster Gen-orHitchcock. There has beon some confusion of the malls of the two by, the men who are In the second Hitch-cock'- s Popular fKtf. lOc. Jf v- -. ,1 food ever " Usn men Jive In tho Washington apartment house, Tho congressman Is married; the postmaster general Is not, One day the congressman get a ietttr, addressed merely to "Mr. llltvk- - departmest "The Memory Lingers" Poitum Cereal Co., Ltd., liattle r,k. Micb.. S' A' I gXcK A CH E ! pleases mm Re-qu- LAYMAN FINDS STOMACH CURE ROOTS THAT NEEDED SOAKING Pat at Least Told the Exact Truth In ' for Hla Application ,. Cornell President Sees Good In Big Philanthropy Scheme. Believe Whisky. ' Congreti Should Grant for National Charter-Wo- uld Change Only One Small Detail, More . i. t ...tt 11 Itrnnann HL. mod over nine months and nothing mo until I took Poriina. This w br far belter than any other Si' Sri ,w for IIimo trouble. Af'W'iot' Sjre itwI mo o( mr miserable, halt litaJ, lulfallTQ contiiuon. buffered with backache head. ',," IfHE RIVER OF LIFE i(r what 7n will nf whatever liilfsif. the rlaer of life I. lil.oiil). 1( f cliner inr pnui rnaainar hrnllli or the irrm dream lido eliasael of dlaenae, on er Te Ike Schurmnn of Cornell commended th achemo for tho Hockcfcllcr foundation for which conureis baa bc5n asked fur a national charier. Prentdcnt Schurmnn dovolcd his cntlra spcoch of several thousand words to this subject and In summing up ho iald.' "I rccognlro that section No. 2 of the bill, which dennos tho objeci of tho Hockofellcr foundation, authorlica and empowers that foundation to do anything nnd ovrrythlnff which may promote nnd advance human clrllliatlon, that Is to say. morals and religion, art and science, manners nnd social Intercourse, nnd all that concerns tin political, economic, and material well being of Individual!! nnd communities. This Is a vast field for tho exercise of N. Y. In An address the Council congress oij Friday night President Jncob Oould Itlinca, philanthropy other. sew remedy fee blood Is IMMON3' ARSAPARILLA COMPOUND nmf CntrW. lie klail tkt freattr tse rlrinlallou. rrmliM the) IMu) rrpiirlr tfct (Icbi tbo lallle ( HI" 'or the alrk. inKwIkli. mia'inlr a4 eitwar InulaAM Sla4 iwrw wtr rrl rmiii. lb mseraa. ! loaf dalnt-ikv- (Otll'lll .Ml I unllkft liar ataer medicine. II tiorUa iliner-ia- tt It reaches In unit through Md inn llll II penelralea Inihn ! sprlnssat dlaea arat of Ikf yrtr throat of Ike ratio of II.. i I MMMOM S II S A I'A II 1 1.1. A. r I I (ICHIRDS j7 lUklteMi(llbo-lr. Stitrriss, Tem. i mrl. Mt&lCINC CO.. W. l.0US3.5O,9VCX)&SO.OO W. I- - DoukIiw klioci nro unrn DOUGLAS SHOES tt3?SU kjni)rriiieuthau ay ouicr ilium. . Priro, ronaliteteMi, iOAUSEt ku laaral kxlll J kA MticUi3.00 aro 3 'ja ilrnn W.L.I..illA St.OO MJKI llWM till, luatjl". Ill and U(C.(llaH.oo, Ik hte W, LJtMfUi rj iM pilo bt4.-4lh- i l4tm. TmI.1 nImI..iIIi. liUr lirtfH' UlUfhlhor. IflUjrftf Il1 ;! foe Ms. Mr. other malOA tiatr nfWt 4.Jtnl m Idrlfhwrnl fr NiUiit 1 i "rW. W l.lKHltU. I mll. 11 wrtrrf tklali.Mtiif ie )f Wretchedness be omtomt L Constipation in iiimS I ikU; ITER'S LITTLE IYER FILLS. Prtlr wjrulU aLILr t uttit tad .aTaTaTaTaTaTi fk TNrrn'r) Livt tfvmiiiiiiiiiiiiiv i aBVIallTTLi: . aJ . SaiD P2L Sowtl Dom. Jaiall I GENUINE mud bear ugiuturt I Tber do ikif dutr. Pitta. A Quick, pOSTROITLNG Qeao, Euj Sfuve NO HONING WOKID OVIK o Wi will 1A UUllUIDtT. iiunrrj LMilKap. rorirftll. Lira Hlock or onr ubl:l )ou mar l:l. Tbl TtwlU Joib rrlmliiit lorjou. pm Moigiptr Unltn. Unit Rock. Ark. naki boat u; GMd Photo IIALtTOMC EriuKAVIrlU ten Mum Incbea or lo In Ncwipapr or on Mia- - ... hundred eyes. UJ 'A useful man for an office," cried the populace. "Yes," added Argur, ''and I can keep Sleep for skin tortured babies and half ot them closed when I want to.' Hero tho rest for tired, fretted mothers is found hands wildly. populace clapped their iu n hot bath with Cutlcura Soap and in"We'll a gcntlo anointing with Cutlcura Oint- spector," make bim customhouse they declared. ment This treatment, in tho majority of cases, affords Immediate relief Important to Mothers. in tho most distressing' forms of itchExamine carefully every bottlo ot ing, burning, scaly, and crusted hu- CASTORIA. a safo and suro remedy for mors, eczemas, rashes, Inflammations, Infants and children, and see that It irritations, and chaflngs, of infancy Dears, the and childhood, permits rest and sleep Signature of to both parent and child, and points AIRSHIP RUNS AWAY" TO DOOM to a speedy euro, when other remedies In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Worn-ou- t and worried parents Belonging to German fail. Zeppelin II will find this puro, sweet and economThe Worst of It. Army ..Pest, Is Wrecked ical treatment realizes tholr highest "Oh, she's awfuf. Whcneycr ahe tries In Gale. expectations! and may be applied to to sing n song she simply murders JL' tbo youngest infants as w?U aj chilZoppe-pell- n Tho "Hut that's not the worst ot it It dren ot all ages. Tho Cutlcura Rem- sbo'd only murder it outright, I It., ono of tho tlireo diedies ore sold by druggists every- wouldn't mind, but sho tortures it no rigible balloons ot the German government's aerial fleet,- ran nway and was where. Send to Potter Drug & Chcm. long." destroyed. Tho airship, wjilch was Corp., solo proprietors, Iloston, Mass., Cutlcura Hook, on Precocious Youth. forced to descend hero, owing to a for their free "My boy, shall I tell you a fairy storm, encountered while attempting tho care and treatment of skin and, n return trip from Hoaiburg t6 Co- scalp of infants, children and .adults. story?" "That depends, uncle, on what you logne, broko Its moorings and without Getting Even. to as fairies. If It'a about chon crew drifted In n northeasterly diWilliam, aged flvo, had been repri- refer rus girls, let's have It." A half hour after Its escape manded by his father for Interrupting rection. tho dlrlglblo dropped at Wellburg and whllo hla father was telling his moPut tho Wrong foot out ot bed first was smashed to pieces. ther about the new telephone for their when-yoget up In the morning atfd house. He sulked a while, then went you w!I bo cross all day. Always get Saves Train From Disaster. over to his mother and, patting her up with tbo right foot1 foremost ' Wash. Spokane, Ilecause tho check, said: put on brakes after his engineer "Mother dear, I lovo you." It'a Pettlt'a Eye Salve, cnglno struck a defective switch near "Don't you lovo me tooT" asked his that gives inatant relief to eyes, irritated North Yuklma a Hurllngton passenger father. from duat, heat, sun or wind. 23c, All drvg-gitt-a or Howard Hros., llullalo, N Y. train over the Northern I'aclflc railWithout glancing at him, William road was saved from disaster. EnBald disdainfully: "Tho wlru's busy." Strength of Legs Differ. gineer Cordon of Kllensburg nnd FireIn M cases out of every hundred man Meyers of Pasco were killed. How's This? tho left log, is stronger than the right Wt offft On Hnndrrd DoUtr Rmrd for any ekurrb lUI cannot be curat by lltut rM el rurc. Mrs. Wlnolow's Soothing- - Syrup, Calirrb r GIRL IS HELD AS DYNAMITER t hi, nil. V. J. CHENEY rduea I CO. Tolrda. O. yor rhlidrpn tetblpolo,aoftena wind vuma, 2jc u, LoiU. curva uoUc Wr. thr undmbmd. bave knowa F. J. Cbrnry an for tlx bit IS rrn- - u4 bcHcv blm ptrtrctlr In all bunlnru truiMrtloM and fln&ntUUy Suspected of Wrecking Residence OcThere is danger in delay; also in abla to carry out any obllratlou mad by bn) arm. basto. cupied by Her Former Fiance Uu.imj, Hixxi.1 & ilikUn. wisely and successfully, with' Incalculable benefit nnd blessing td mankind. It Is In the Interest of, tho nation Hint ha bo given n free hand In the cxcrclso ot his colossal beneficence. So long nn ho Is active or his Influcnco remains It would be wlso nnd safe to giro the .foundation tho sort of organization ho desires. Neithy er now nor hereafter does it seem to limit tho scope of bis beneficence, which Is coextensive with tho efforts of .mankind to attain a higher civilization. "Tho only change I would dcslro to ace In tho proposed bill Is the total or partial elimination of the method of selecting trustees by corporation. The organization might well be left, n closo corporation, If Mr. Rockefeller so desires, for a generation. Hut after that time I am confident Hint It would Inure both to the iiTlciency Pf tho foundation and to the public welfare tp say nothing of the satisfaction of the sentlnleut of a democracy If tho majority of the trustees wero appointed by tho president of the United Stntcs, with the ndvlco and consent of tho senate, or selected by soroo other high abiding, governmental agencies that may fairly be regarded as representing thu people of the United States, whose Is tbo primary object of tho im' mense and glorious benefaction." nee-(asarwcl-far- "Hut Mr. Iloclicfcllcr has conceited vast schomo of plillnnthropy, for tho benefit of his fellow cltlrens nnd mankind. Ills character, ability nnd skill aro adequate guarantees that ho will carry out his scheme ft The town of, Dedham is under proCcod Christian and Family Man, But hibition law. apothecaries alone being for, Is the specific-rerned- v permitted to sell alcoholic stimulants. Had Poor Digestive Organs--Whtirctl feeling, because this groatf The other day a son of the Meacrald rncdicinpurifies, enriches and " Cured Him You Can Get Free. Isle entered n drug storo there, and, revitalizes, the lood.. -- Be sur takjng n botllo, from his pocket, nsked for ft quart of whisky. The talesman to take it this s'prjng It la a grnrrsllr admitted fart that naked to what tiso It was ta be put, Get' It' today In tiaual liquid form e among mlnlmora and their famlllm Dr. and tho reply was: chocdblted tablets'called Sarsatab-- . Caldwell's Hyrup l'rnnln Is I ho fnvorltn "To soak roots' In it" laxative. It la not often that the layman , The Crushing Reply. nas a cm nee 10 The order was filled, nnd the clerk, She What are you thinking about? prak up in meetafter handing over tho bottle and Its ing," and lienca HAIR BALSAM He Oh, nothing much, OlMnm and tmaWtal tba a I hue words contents, Inquired, In a conversational from lu aal iyt fwwaL, PMndaa 8ho (sweetly) That's egotistical. Mr. Jonrph Murphy manner: of Indiana poll, lnd Harvard Lampoon. whoM nlcturn wi "What knd of roots, nro you going prmtnt lirrewltht .dtiJra Iimiwia I to soak?" Tn neren'a slniaant Palleta euro ron.UpaWou. "All my life I had tb eaQaftnrmanraianares. t:nrs Pocketing tho bottle, tho customer Ointtlpatlwn lajoa euro tbo dlaeaa. Baay to take. IfanirtedwItblTLAMguauiU needed a laxative to tbo csnaa sad M Wllatf euro iny comtlpn-Ho- n auroeaa.uaol twirrarawia J said: and alnrnarli Many a man has to be scared into my tongilc.ba Jaberal" "Tho roots of trouble. I couldn't W, Nv U.. MEMPHIS, NO, being good. rat anything, I Argonaut Storyctto (18SC). couldn't Ktl what I did eat out of my system. Not Quite. I tried everything, hrrause "Young man," Inquired her father, mr work, tnirlnrer sternly, "will you give her a homo like on a railroad train, Mr. Jottph Murphf neceary that feel ""Ji" !ilnally It wan my1 rood strong; and the ono sho has been used loV well. I fortune to "No," replied the truthful Bultor, meet up with Ur. Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin. Uirounh the of a "for there will bo no grumpy father to friend. I took It nnd was cured. That Is come homo and mnko everyono misMy mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth acme time ago, but I nm still cured." Ward, of Jerseyvjlle, III., "and left rrie fo care for six erable by his kicking over trifles and It eon be boiiRht of any druggist for cents or Jl a bottle. Bend your eililmi swearing nt matters in general. There children. I had never been strong; and this, with the shock, and n freo bottle will bo int to your home. If there Is aome mystery will bo no mother to scold her from of her death, was too much for me. about your caa Hint you want explained morning to night for wasting tlmo write the doctor. For th advlra or fre merely "I failed In health. I was tired all the time and did because ahe wants to bo neat Mmplf nririri-sDr. It, Caldwell, XI Caldwell Hide. Montlcello, 111. There will bo no big brother to abuse not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had at Evidently Net. They bad met nt Hluepolnt, U I., two years before arid were eelebrating It by a little dinner at a cafe. "I shall never forget how wo acquainted," he was saying, 'go romantic. In swimming. That was when I first raw you. You went Into three feet ot water and got frightened, I rescued yoti from a watery gravo and we were friends nt once." He called the waiter, "firing me the wlno list," he said, explaining. "Because we began our acquaintance In a watery way, It needn't always' be watery. be-cat- Hoods Sars'aparilla; . that ' ' f 18-1- 10. Failed In Health trt s V ' HE WAS WISE, her for not doing half ot his work, and no little brother to mnko enough nolso to drlvo her crazy when her head aches. There won't be any younger sister to insist on reading somo trashy novel while she does' all tbo work. She will not hayo with mc a homo like she has been used to, not if I can help it" Puck. the headache all "A very dear had done her so now I am in pains. the time and such bearing-dow- n friend advised me to take Cardul, as It much good, so I commenced to use good health." .. , Everybody In This Town la sick or will bo aome time with aome cf tho diacaaea that NATUitE'S IIUM-KD(Nit tablets) will euro' or prevent. If every person knew as much about Nature's lttmcdy as I do, moat of this sickness would Id prevented. I want you to know about Nature's Itemcdy. I want to send you freo at my expense n 10 day trralrrmit that you may know lust how pood Nature's Ilemrdy Is' for Constipation, Illirumattam. Dyspepsia, Liver and Cityman Say, Hayseed, you'ro Kidney Complaint, anil why Naturc'a Itl.i. Itrmedy Is llctter than Mils for losing somcthlngl freo 10 Drugglsta. 'Vrlto me Hayseed Go on, man; ycr can't Ml treatment, A. II. Lewis, fos Louis. St. duya' fool ycr Undo Dudley. j"ust the Job. bis Old Argus was boastlng-iabou- t REST AND PEACE Y to-d- The Woman's Tonic Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's strength is quickly restored, by Cardul, the woman's, tonic;, You yourself know best if you need it, or not If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further down the hill. Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good. Writt to: Ladies' Advitoa Dept. CberUaoeea Medicine Co.. Onrtaaooea. Teaa, book. "Hose Treatment (or wocaca." seat free. lor Sfitdcl Instruction, and Fall Upon Distracted Household! When Cutlcura Enters. .( o Glorious Colorado No one can say he has seen the world until1 he has seen "Colorado." Write for the beeks that picture and describe it 1 'l I.lmburg-nn-der-Uih- V j i - , e . Electriciblock signals diningcar meals ' and service "Best in the World" via the r .. t v Union Pacific "The Safe Road To Travel' ... I . t .1 For full information, ' tickets, etc., address' E. L. LOMAX, Oen. Pass'r Agent Union Pacific R. R. Co. O.MAHA, NlilL lr !, and His Bride. V r,FL9.99.8T TRUST COMPANY JINTERESTl2b 'l. AUolut.lr SMurad. .1.. lllUbnn....l -- 7ll"u.o",r ia - It OCDC..-..I-D. HUPEItlOH iiiii prlc. u4 gUALITV. liOIlk IH io rwB Suspected of Trnlrle City, la, dynamite which havUig exploded toro almost to atoms tho mag12.000 residence of Jesso A. nificent Quick, wealthy farmer, threo miles cast. Miss Mary Guthrie ot Carthage, 11... has been arrested. Occupants of tho houso escaped In the home, wero Dr. Alexander Hall of Colfax, n former suitor of Miss Guthrie, and his bride, formerly Miss Myrtle Quick. At ono tlmo Misa Outlirle nnd Dr. Hall wero engaged to bo married. Runs for Ball; Drowns. New York, April 25. LouIh noBO, a boy of Jersey City, valiantly to catch a foul tip la a baseball game, fell head foremost Into a shallo'v pond nnd stuck In thu mud Ho was dead when pulled bottom. run-nlu- g Wbofeaal Drurmu. Toledo. O. Ilallt Catarrb Cur I tairn Inurully. attlng clrrrUy upon tho blood and inucoua aurfacra ot tha aratrov. ittraontala arnt frro lllca II casta par botllo. Pol.1 by all llrunMa. Taka llu VamUy I'Uia lor couUpatloo. Good Mrs. Hridgew hist What is tho. subject of Mrs, Suftragetta'8 Icctura this Illustration. No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach contained in food, which is the source oi all physical strength. When a man "doesn't feci Just right," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable feeling In the stomach after eating, Is languid, nervous, Irritable and he is losing tho nutrition needed to make strength. rnPP Pntt afternoon? Mm. Clubwoman The disasters of married life. Mrs. HrldgCwhiat I suppose, abo will hnvo her husband on tho platform as nu exhibit? Stray Stories. A strong man Is strong all over. No man can be ttronf who is auffering from weak stomach with Us consequent indigestion, or from some oilier (SUtaso ct the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. Por when tho stomach is weak or diseased there Is a loss ol the nutrition Will Be Set Free of Charge to Every Reader of thk Paper. A Package of "FaxtiW' ll'l ITEMT fill IreU'. U.rUlla. Ui k.M lMnb!Ulinllva Don't Risk Your Life ny neglecting Constipation.. It leads to autotoxvmlii. Them la just ono rlclit remedy for Constipation, that l NATIIHK'H KHML'DV (Nil tubkti). It's different Jtlieu-matls- despoad-cn- t, am(li.C iemphis Nl S0I19S vi4isii..i '"uurii.4 Directory Business Csil juu vKiii in iinprvf from all others because It la thorough. It corrects the entlro illgrstlve ayatein and the kidneys, cures Dyspepsia and Its easy mid sura to act. Take one tonight you'll feel tx'tter In the morning, (let n ISo Ilox. All Drugslata. The A. II. Itrdlclne Co., St. Lout. lA-wl- Sue a aaa should hjo Dr. Pierce' a Coldca Medical DltcoYcry. It cures efseascs ot tho atomuca and other out AUTOS TO State CROSS CASCADES 1ED L iNn srpn M.iuiiliU.Tnn. iHiu.fur.t.rr toumn, ld. WlIU tol autvur raulutua, .kl rVM t'cuatllMtataU). tuic. U Wl iu bow. In almost every couutry the, bowling ot a dog is regarded as a bad omen, generally predicting death to soma person of the household. KXI'OSUIIKTO COI.O itru aleu ui I'nfuiuonU, Tako JVr-- y Jkiri.' fulKltllir and Iba dansnr la irrul. I n. forcwlda,aortbivtttlitulni7,tbo,san4tilo. aualrd and wetlatbv GIVES HEALTH TIND STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE VODY. Vou can't afford to accept a icerit nostrum as substitute tor this nonalcoholic medicine or known courosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby roako a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper. A Case In Point. Cynlcus It Is Impossible for a wom-a- u to keep a secrot. Henpeckko I don't know about that, my wife and I were engaged for eriana ot digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, iavliorates tho liver, strengthens tho kidneys, nourishes tho nerves, nnd eo Gives one a sweet breath i clean, white, Borai-ircloetn anitsepticatly clean mouth end throat purifies the breath after tmnliin i.n.l. ll perapiratlon and body odors much ap-prouaioa uy aaintr women. A quids remedy for sore eyes and catarrh. A little Pasttae powder du. o solved 'in a aUw cf hot water makes a daiijhtful aalucftic so. lutioa, poueaMii eitrsordifurY ckaaaks;, germicidal aod keaf. iag power, end absolutely ham. ! Urge box ct dnueiA or bvouIL THE PAXTON TOILET CO.. Boston, Mass. Try a Sample. 50c a of Washington to Complete Link In Highway Through J,1"Mrio, Pass. Wash. Orders will be Immediately by tuo state elvou highway commission for tho construction of Bnoqualiuto pnBS road across tho Cascado mouutaius, connecting tho eastern and western sections of tho stnto nnd completing a transcon tluental automobile road. A gap ot 16 miles is all that ueedB to bo covered. KODAKS in ii Itl i1m. Seattle, MTTLE M. FREE OH AmtuViU, WAMTEI IMMEDIATELY ?u.B?iM Sraatment. Connlnclni Proof tbal ItUTul. pvruiatMnt ixlUuua psjilntf luu m su pea A.'.'i!! several weeks before she said uny-- i HANINIC will psrmansutlr rnr iui arse babit. iminth,ikioxperteiiortieeaaryti.o tvarb you bow, Thoso who aro addicted, to white thing to ma about it Philadelphia It our Hik-7to bo (ho aoU JuJn. Addraai Tblalaanf al Record. lies toon becomo color blind. Manlne Co.23lManineBidg.Su Louis, Mo. JMlr.Wilfc THE WIKWIMIU Hurualilv, Ky, CUMTANV. IxM.kUosS74, Al'lI.A'a! 0U B.-- ls Tim. ftphis Umbrtlia Oo. ...... I lai L....I. lit ""'0W.ruJ "h TSri rinHbrd 811k UuiU fsr 4miUi k UXli. i ei trreee uiy, griziiy, spay nalra. use "I.A OREOLB" HAIR HUTORIH. PRICK, SI. 00, retail. Malt's Nervine Pills 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 475 A TON Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated,whether large or small. The great nerve ana brain treat meat for men and women, produce stresith and vitality, builds up the iyitcm and renews the norwAl vigor. by drupglsts or by mall, $1 That tho churchi'd In any common Por sale per box, 6 boxes for $6, Hickman Ity rxcrrlto n most potent Influence Drug Co., Incorporated. for good Is conceded by nil oxce pt tho most rnbhl or blatant Infidel whoso egotism nnd blind call a halt and gossip no more for his mind to tho lucstlmablo value of ever. ChrUtlnnlty. Hut to whnt oxtcntur tho churches vnlunblo In this common Yesterday we were asked if wo av Ity Tho (Inlllvan teacher said er vaw n baldheaded woman. Wo uu Ills declples "Ye art) tho light o swered "No," Wo never did, nor did tho Wwrld " "Yo nro the milt of tin- - wo over sou a woman waltzing aroim earth " Hence If nil Ills illclp town In hemhlrt sleeves with a clga nro tho light of ths world anil tho In hor teeth and running Into every of tho earth, the logical ah well ns saloon she saw. Wo have never seen tho scriptural conclusion Is that tli a woman gn fishing with a bottle in aro tho light of tho community in her jiockct, kit on the damp ground which they live. These declarations all day and come home drunk nt how over, do not preclude (tin po-- l night. Nor have wo ever seen a wo hlllty of the light roIiik out bonne man yank off her coal and say she hid under it bushel or tho salt Ids could lick any man in town. Ood Inp 1U sattlneMS. lint rertnltily- no her, she's nut built thai way. rcnsonablo or persons bless v, E.ifk..sw 1 I omer s "tO rffome Circle s Staff This Fact that in addressing Mrs. lnkl fiding your private ills to a woman aw A . y urr-co- , I - criencc with women's diseases covers Uw is u yean lit. . Minut .ill, UUIILMIll'IMIl r uhPse I d A. A. FARIS would accuse tho churches of bents (Jive tho young nnd struggling wholly composed of united bands of hypocrlu. For It mattont not to won) of encouragement now and then, what extent sin. In Its many forms You woulu not leave those plants In may pervade tho ranks of any church your window boxes without water nor you will find within It membership, refuse to ok'U the shutters that the consecrated men and women. And It sunlight uhiy fall upon them, but you should bo borne In mind that It only would learo somo human flower to requires a few of tho abate mention suffer from wnnt of appreciation or ed class to become tho lliclit of the tho sunlight of encouragement. Therv community. nro n fow hardy souls that can strtig gl THE Try the Courier's Want along on stony soil shrubs that can wait for tho dews and sunbeams MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION: in so many young men can be seen loaf vlues thnt climb without kindly train lug but only a few. Utter the kind Women suffering from any form of female weakness arcin-vite- d Iiik upon our streets until a lato hour to promptly communicate with Mrs. Tinkham at Lynn, of night Many of them are from our word when you can m' that It I Mass. AH letters are received, opened, read an. answered by best homes. Tho fathers of tlnse deserved. young men, many of them at lea.ii women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness aro numbered among our Ix'tl cll Nature Gives Timely Warnings That to a woman; thus has been established this confidence xeus, If their cow of their horso or between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of Amenta which HIDDEN DANCERS. their favorite dog was away from has never been broken. Never has she published a testhome after dark they would ho out No Hickman Cltlxen can Afford imonial or used a letter without the written of the on a search, but their children to Think of Ignoring. writer, and never has the company allowed these concan roam the town all night with apparently no effort being made to find fidential letters to get out of their jossesMnn. a the hun-- d DANOKlt SKJ.NAL NO. 1 comes them. Tho boy seems to bo tunx-reels of thousands of them in their files will attest. from ihu kidney secretions. They will loose nt a tender age to wander at warn you when the kidneys are sick. Out of the vast volume of cxerience which Mrs. Pink-hawill into tho paths of sin and vuv Well kidneys excreta a clear, amber has to draw from, it is more than powlle that she and then wo wonder where all our fluid. Sick kidneys send out a thin r cafe lias gained the very knowledge needed in tramps and worthless specimens of palo and foamy, or a thick, red, III humanity come from. It Is a rvgT i smelling She asks nothing in return except your good w '.and her urine, full of sediment ami ablo fart that too many of th ui Irregular of passage. advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, nch or seed germinated In good homes and DANOKR 8IONAL, NO. 5 poor, should be glad to take advantage of t' s generous come then sown In a careless manner upon from Hack pains, dull and tho back. offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lydia our streets nnd back alleys. Reader, heavy, or sharp and acuto, toll you of first-clas- s. E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Is your boy wasting his time upon sick kidneys and warn you of thit np our street? It so had you bctK-- preach of dropsy, diabetes and not at least, look after him as rare Ilrlght's disease. Doan'a Kidney I'll! fully at nightfall as you would your euro sick kidneys and cure them horse and cow. Wo did not Intimate manently. Here's Hickman proof this evil exists to a greater x that Clay I'uckett, of Hickman, says tent in this community than In our "I am using Doan's Kidney Tills at sister towns, but tho evil scums mil the prcsuut time and find them to be versa! and Increases in magnitude as an excellent remedy. My klduoya the years roll by. bothered mo off and on for over year. At times I suffered from sharp If You Think It, Say It. twinges through my back, and It hurt left at the If anything pleases your eye or me severely to stoop. Tho pahsages to you palate or adds to your enjoyment of of tho kidney secretions wero also life In any way, nay so. It Is not fair Irregular, causing mo considerable an Some tinio ago 1 heard a to expect anyone to work for yoir noyanco. pleasure and then take it for granted bout Doan's Kidney I'M and dccld that you aro pleased, when perhaps ing to give tbotn a trial, I procur neither words, looks nor actions ex cd a supply at Helm & Ellison's drug store. I am now using the second Bricks, Fence Posts press anything of tho kind. box am delighted with the re It Is bad enough to expect grown suits. and general Phone Sheet Iron, Iron Tanks My health has been people to understand your feelings. greatly improved and I am glad to Water Pipe, Shovels, Forks but In mercy to tbo children do give J Q. Adams, E. W. Adams, glvo Doan's Kidney I'ills my endorse Cinders, Wagon Scale them the word of pralso which their Manager Sec. and Treas. efforts to holp or please you desorevs ment. Cochran Water Heater Kor sale by all dealers. Price 60c It Is not only right hut good policy FostcrMllburn Co., Hutfalo, N. Y Large Oil Tank as well to know this. You have only solo agents for the United States. Small Tanks to watch tho face of a child when It Ilomcmber the name Doan's at has tried to help you; give It the take no other. Engine Indicator word of praise or thanks wlmh it do- Ring Oil Pillow Blocks serves uml watch tho lighting up of Settling Tank. Shovels, Forks tho Utile face then take note of its actions and very soon you will see Roll Top Desk, Large Table that it Is wutchlng for an opportun Two Small Tables it to do Hoinelhlng else for you, Addrcssograph and type and If you usk the favor how willing ly the little feet uiid hands do the Stenographer, ChVs 3 writes Lola P. Roberts, o! bidding. On tho other hand take Plain Chairs their efforts as a mutter of courto Vienna, Mo., "I used to be and boo tbo face show how keenly Safe, Stoves sick most of the time and Twelve years ago the neglect is felt. suffered witli backache and Bookkeeper's Desk and Stool in the While human nature remulns whut headache. My Mother, who Burrough's Adding Machine l is, the word of uppruclatlon will had been greatly helped by never bo lost 011 old or young and Is Cabinet for Stationery the use of Cardul, got me ono of the best paying Investments Water Filters two bottles, and I have which can be made. Some my, "I Small Counter Scale duu't cure whether they like It or been well ever since." STANDARD not," but that Is nil umitcuso for man E49 Postal Scale woman or child to nay; wi- evory Letter Press ono of us feel our heart grow warm under merited praise, and if we get a Take TODAY It It recognlred as the ono typo of machine practical for mod. little more of It than wo deserve, which rurely happens In this world em business. See me at the Oil Mill Office we try to desorvo more next tlmo. Th Woman's Tonic THE RESULT All of the old time makers have fallen Into line and 1'rnUo your wife, man for pity's have adopted this construction. Cardul is a rjcnflc tonic sake give her a little eucourugemunt, for young and old women. it won't hurt her. 3 ho doowi't expect Tils stamp of approval from rival manufacturers has but 'nervIt; It will mnku her eyes open wider It relieves and prevents ed to strengthen public confidence In tliu machine that hns led than they have for (he last t n yeura. pain. It builds strcimfli. If the way. Don't bo persuaded Into buying a "trailer" look over but It will do her good for all t m feeds the nerves. It helps the Underwood and you will understand why we say It Is uud you too. There uro many wo it. PILE8I PILE81 me wnoie system. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. men today thirsting for a word of "The Machine You Will Eventually pralso and oncuuragement. Made from harmless Have you ncclcctiid your kltlnuya? William.' Indian 111. dl roots and herbs, it has no Havo you overworked yo-tuorvoui euro UUnd. bad after-effec- ls. Did you over stop to think that it UNDERWOOD system aud cauiod trouble with your It nbHorb. tho luworV ifnn nnt CO. ;.l. was ono thing to talk about people klduer aud bladder! Have you palu at onco, acu a..a Interfere with the use of Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE William. cl , uud unother thing to have people talk any other mcd c ne and ran In loins, ildo, back, grolua and blad .taut relief. ..prepared for about you 7 If those of uu who use do you nothing but cooci. you a flabby apiiearatico der? Have our tongues a llttlo too freely about tbo private P" Try Cardul. It will help tbo (ace, especially under tho eye mall COo aud U wiiu"' our neighbors would stop and reflect you. Your dealer sells It Too frequent a dartre to paa urlneT Prop... ClovoUud. Oblo. about tho matter and know the great u vll Hint comes from too much talk Column- -lc so, Williams' Kidney 1'IIU will cure i and UttlUig, we are sure we would Courier. you gt4 Use t DruwUtt FrlM M, Pinkham. wm for vmn tinder ln-- ilin., t,... jt since her decease continued to advise women. Many women suffer in silence and drift al..ng from bad to worse, knowing well that they 'ought to luu immediate assistance, but a natural modesty causes thrni t. shrink from exposing themselves to the (juestums and linkable examinations of even their family physician. Such questioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cct you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great IA fll I? To the Public PHONE 73 ve onen wonuor wny it 1 When in need of TIN and PLUMB ING WORK uu ctnrt m for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- r Let Us Figure With Yu And We'll Do Your Work A Chance to Save We have a lot of things We have Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. 73 Oil Mill, and will sell them cheap. Visible Writing: 'Every Month' Originated UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER - RUSSELL JOHNSON Buy." r Il-c- TYPEWRITER Inc. gj ,,., ' per word