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The Hickman courier: February 8, 1912 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1912 hic1912020801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: February 8, 1912 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A.y $1 per Year In n Advance cfptlon to OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops , when your time tt! out. we dont be.' lleve In forcing1 a. If you do not want, to mlii a copy,' keep the iubucrlp-tlo- n paid up. A. notice of explra-- i lion in given cere IS day abend with 1 thin HlllllUIlt fur it ,.prr Hint HUM nil tti county and No ihUrule. Only K weck-iur- ely It enough. in clitnp Ivrniy yrar nti mpr ciwt la tiu Hjiitr .Nomnl poor tOMWllll IO)i THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, Local News 1912 Number 3 HOGWALLOW A Blue Mark WONDERFUL In POSSIBILITIES. Western Kentucky Shown by Commercial Report, DOINGS. Saturday's Pnducah Nowu- roiii mocrat wo dip tho following, which iiiid be of Intercut to many of our t i If r. in- - basis for tho commercial re i - .ii . nweetarn, to his company have almost completed nud portions ' placed In the hands of President l a Whllo tho report will bo held ,uj. utinl until tho full details nr u out, a n u niter of rulathv were disclosed which Indicate ihv cnrnliic power of such nlrac-- , )uui nu that which tho cum- will build will exceed 12 percent' n.uir Uirren parta of tlm territory u iii road will traverac. "I. their way to Hickman tho field , i,.tiiifi force has reachmt iiaru-- . .1. t) . aud within a week or ten ... Major Calhouu expects to bavo r. iort completed. Some of tho i. u..niun that bus boon gathoisd im force villi proro aurpriauiK 1. bUMluoaa men who have tird ,. in toucii with Uiu resource Among tues t i Kentucky. i;c tho follow lug: . ... ruud Milt traverse S10 miles, miough olovun counties, a.io .1. .. ttv titty cities, towiia and .. iiih,us with a population of o iUe counties Imo a popula i .'uv.veo. Ino road wilt com ,. .ui.distinct dlviaioua to Uie ' i, to Uie south, with a suu-- ' 'i koutiioasl aud bOutliwei, anu i .u inu Mississippi river, then !. -. i . . . n of Major W. A. Calhoun, count. iiKlnoor for tho Kentucky anybyody asks you to buy anything that men, women or children wear anywhere else but at THIS BIG STORE, say I Tobe Moscly h mapping out a busy season's work for his bees tola coming season. Fletcher Honstep sleeps In his large square specs now since ho paperjd his celling with newspapers. One of the merchants at Tickvllle is making arrangements to hold his regular monthly closing out sale. g Tho estate of old man Flndle, of one eight-daclock, and a few other smaller nrUcles will b wound up next week. coa-slstln- i The mall carrier brought in a Jug of sorghum molasses on his last trip. They were so thick he says he had a hard time getting here with them. The owl that has been sitting oa tho old boiler at the sawmill on upper Gander creek for some time, rove and flew away tho other day shortly aftor the engineer built a fire. because we are presenting you such a chance to save money as you'll not likely have again for a long time. In addition to I Tho Old Miser, who some time ago burled his money In a mule collar near the corn crib, has dug it up and this time he burled It In the Dog Hill graveyard, where everybody ia honest. The Deputy Constable went rabbit hunUng last Wednesday. Over near Rye Straw graveyard he got a goo clue to one, but the rabbit in somo way got wind of the officer's approack and made good hk escape. Sim Flinders will begin a crusade of building chimneys through this section of tho country as soon as the ' weather opens up. He has a new' method, building his chimneys sei4 -and then boring a hole down tie The January Clearance Sale I . . .. toad, by lbeo divisions, Hips ...a. ttuu mineral auction, the Um kkxui, mo Agricultural sections .o.i, iuu truu and gardening see u. u. counties through which tao -i wi.i run Uiero uro J,17,hU3 acres, u.u. witu. l.VUbjViiiii.crus In culu i 'which is greater than ever, because have a greater stock than ever before at this season, and are making greater price reductions, we have commenced our center. Cricket Hicks has ben riding, bis mule abeit b' red lantern-Jawe- d tho country all this week In A Mleetteiior tempt to get married. "' has not been made, but CriGket's head awful high, and mule hold Its hi? tall erect when It passed Miss Fruzlo Allsop's home. Kentucklan. anytf. I! j c - i A .. or Just about tiU per cent of u cultivated. tapon und import tonnage ot u.iury annually is oonsiuurauly million tons. lour und one-nai- f , itity vaiuu ot the eiemn u f t,9,b72,?7ti, while tho bauk . ourixs, as given to Major Cat vj mo sworn statements of tho , ,u mo fifty cities and towus, -, a. a ! . WHITE GOODS SALE This is absolutely the best opportunity of the year to lay in a supply of these goods. Those who are wisest will buy most liberally. The prices are right. The more comparisons you make the greater will be your appreciation of this store's supremacy in assortment, in quality and for fair prices. MARRIAGE LICENSES Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. . j outer facts which have been -- "O iy Major Calhoun aud .he - i .m ruHjrt would make a book " h. mice mo slzo of a popular i.uv- i tuts full report a condensed ".lit will bo niado und tbeuthu . iuied ftatemeut will bo cutdou u a d.gest. Tho tacts In tho digest .. w baianctd against tho details o. construction and malntenanco 4 unnamed by tho fluid force now u work, und tho earning power of tue road ascertained by accurate . t j .'J, toil. . tt, R. F. Cunningham and Itena Anderson. Chas. Lcosure and Movis Andrews.. T. E. Swindle and Viola McAllster. J. M. Rhodes and. Elizabeth Hale. J. M. Workman and Mrs. Alice D. Workman. R. L. Fields and Reggie Flemmlng. Chas. Morrisetto and Pearl Callis. S. E. Duren and Stella Mays. Will Trlbble and VIra Bolln. J. W. Hlllman and Mabol Benedict. t fi r ft ft.! J. O. WEST SELLS STABLE. ulitlCB. OLLIE JAMES' PLATFORM. o nator Olllo James la his apcoch no Kentucky Legislature after "u ilecUon, declared himself as fol 'u .jttS 1 shall voto for and advocate nn " . udment to tho constitution providing for tho direct election of Son- ors b- - tho people nt tho ballot box. shall vote for an Incomo tax on fortunes of tho rich. I shall voto to reform and roduco c tariff so that not ono dollar shall to levied or collected except for tho parpose of revenue I shall voto to restore to my coun-,rcompetition In tho fields of hon-- t mdcavor everywhere-- . 1 shall voto to drive from our Kin try thoso powerful and opprea- r agencies which sock to mako kind but n machlno to turn out . cM for Uiolr overflowing coffors. ' I bt llovo In the enforcement of 'hr criminal law against thoso who uato tho anti-trus- t law. "I shnll stnnd nlwaya for our peo- , for tho protection of ovcryono of wir eltlzens who claim allegiance and Nictlon under tho ample folds of glorious flag, whether It bo tho lumblo Jow with his peddlor'a pack on his back In far away Russia, cr n proudest Araorlcan on any foreign soil " I lir y Undermuslins, Corsets, Lace Embroideries, Waists, Petticoats Domestic and Fancy Linens Lace Curtains Towels and Toweling We will not attempt, in this advertisement, to publish details and prices. But, our say so for it our recommendation for it, it will profit you to visit the store at any time, but more especially right now. J. O. West sold last Friday his. l'very stable (the old Leggaato place) to Ben Lattus and Jack Stahr. The purchasers took possession at once and aro now on tho job. Purchase prlco was $1850, and Included live stock, vehicles, harness, lease on barn, etc. Mr. West will probably engage In some other lino ot business In Hick man. Almost Lost HI Life. S. A. Stld, of Mason, Mich., will I never forget his terrible exposure to a merciless storm. "It g. e me a dreadful cold," he writes "that caused scvero pains In my chest, bo It w i bard for mo to breathe. A neighbor gave no several doses ot Dr. King's New Discovery which brought great relief. The doctor said that I was on the vergo of pneumonia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles completely cured mo." Use only this medicine for quick, safe, reliable coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c and $1,00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. Do you remomber Sunday, Decem317 Of course you do, for It was ber hen tho bowels becomo Irregular you aro uncomfortable and tho long-t- r ou fcoj. Vou can got rJd of thU misery quickly by using HEROINE, lako a dose on going to bed and soo now fino you feel next day. Price 60o. Sold by Ulokmaa Dnui Co. this condition exists tho worso SMITH & AMBERG only a few days ago. But there was one peculiarity about It that you probably did not notice. It was the the 53d Sunday. But ono year In last 109 years has had 53 Sundas and tho other 108 have had only 52. You will never llvo to see anothor year with 63 Sundays. The year of 1912 Is a leap year, which accounts for 1911 having 53 Sundays. A Texas Washerwoman has been left $100,000 by one of her patrons. It Is safo to say that she never put too much starch in his shirt. 1 I, r OUR ROLL OF HONOR. The Light Question Following Is list of renewals and new subscribers put on the CourUr's list during the past week: 0. Hertweck Mrs. D. H. Goldberg Mrs. J. W. Stowe R. E. Mlllett 1. W Wright 8. II. hinder J. A. McBrlde Herseholl Johnson W. J. Fields Mrs. Mary Denies Sid Hornby Get Your Rubber Goods Now... This bad weather calls for rubber shoes, and at the closing out prices I've put on all rubber goods they won't last long, so would advise you to buy now while you can secure the size you want. Mens heavy rolled edge, all rubber arctics, worth 2.25 closing out price Mens heavy all rubber arctics, worth 2.00, closing price Mens extra good quality cloth arctics, worth more Mens extra heavy rubber hip boots, Meyer's brand, regular price 7.25, closing out price . . Extra heavy rolled edge, knee rubber boots, worth 4.25 closing out price Mens rubber overshoes, with straps, worth 4.00, now 1 . can be beautifully settled byjusing'the'electric You will find it more convenient,more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course qualities. Why more effective in light-givin- g not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modernlhouseholds. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated. JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. GROUND-HO- SEES SHADOW. saw his shadow alright last Friday If bo ventured out. story, According to an old folk-lorif a person wishes to know whether there will be a lato or early spring Is the one to bo conthe ground-hosulted. Early In tho autumn he goes to sleep In his winter quartern lie curls himself up In a little ball, with his noso under his paws so he can keep his toes warm by breathing on' them. Hero ho sleeps snugly all winter, and then, so the story goes, he Makes up suddenly on February 2, stretches himself, rubs his eyes, and at last creeps out of his cozy riest to seo vhat It looks Hko outdoors. If ho finds It cold and wet, tho earth covered with snow, and heavy gray clouds hanging low in tho sky, he begins to look around, for he fools certain that soon the ground will no warm and the littlo buds will be coming out, for spring is surely on her way. nut if the sun is shining brightly and the first thing he sees as he leaves his burrow is his own shadow, b .pops back into It again as fast as he can, once more tucks his noso under his paws, and settles down for another six weeks nap, for a cold, late season Is the only result that .an be expected from seeing his own shadow cast by the bright sunlight. It must be confessed that he doesn't always get It Just right, but ho proo-abl- y doesn't mind If he does oversleep some spring day. The ground-ho- g o g OPERA HOUSE. Three Nights, Commencing February 8th. J The Belcher and Wright Co. will make their annual visit to Hickman. It Is not necessary to boost this sh-jas the people of Hickman knows them, already. The company Is playing this season all high class comedies with reputation with specialties between acts A scald, burn, or severe cut heals slowly if neglected. Tho family that keeps a bottle of BALLARD's SNOW LINIMENT on hand Is always prepared for such accidents. Trices 25c, COc nnd J 1.00 per bottle Sold by Hickman Drug Co. FOR AL0NG LIFE Those Interested, Please Read Fresh air and exercise, with proper a sutllclent amount of sleep, are tho essentials. Under such a reglmo of living, food and Brent Vaughn Walter Carter J. H. Stephens Ieltoy Humley L. T. Heath B. G. Hale. Jr Alg. Blnkemoro Ed Townsend Chas. Werner H. B. McKiiuinona Bob White J. W. Wilson T. J. Iteed V. J. Frenz ., It. S. Brausford Luther Watson Mrs. M. E. McNeil G. W. Johnson C. L. Splllcra Ben Johnson It. II. Kirk Prof. J. A. Clark J. H. Maddox F. M. Provow Miss Effio Wright B. Pnrham Mrs. Fannio Shaw Kay Fleming Verslo Smith A. Voorhles A. A. Townsend O. B. Powell .Mrs. Jno. Mcacham T. D. Lauderdale Mrs. J. M. Bold J. W. Cooper Cue Threlkcld Mrs. Nannie Wilson J. W. Ward Mrs. J. R. Cheshire Leo Rose Dr. P. B. Curlin J. W. Mayes J. R. Hutchens Harry Poynor Harvey Klmes T. W. Drury Tom Smith Mrs. CalHo E. McKeon Judgo H. F. Remloy Wm. R. Owen Louis WcaUicrly Mrs. Linda Edwards G. L. Collins W. II. Routcn 2.00 1.80 1.15 0.50 3.00 85c Take advantage of these SHOE REDUCTIONS as they will not prevail long. m m . j YhJmKlJ m "Jm iP a j:yyyi v--- ! ,J j M r JT - Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. GOOD CITIZEN CONE. CONFIDENCE. We Beek Up Our Abner Thomas, one of the c - Get your money's worth at Hickman Furniture Co. Subscribe for the Courier. germs cannot develop, and many diseases aro prevented. Should tho system require a tonic, take only such as you know their Ingredients such is Vlnotr which Is a delicious combination of tho health-givin- g properties of tho cods' livers with all tho useless greaso eliminated nnd tonic Iron added, happily blended in a mild, medicinal wlno. For this reason Vinol is Hoarded ns ono of tho greatest body bullden and Invlgorators for aged people It invigorates and builds them up, and keeps them up. We sell Vinol with tho understanding that if it does not glvo satisfaction tho prico will bo returned. Helm & KUIson, Hickman, Ky. He Won't Limp Now. No moro limping for Tom Moore of Cochran Ga. "I bad a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica Salvo," ho writes, "but this wonder ful healer soon cured me." Heals old boll, sores, ulcers, old, running burns cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try 1L Only 25 cents at Helm & Ellison. .THANK YOU.. I desire to thank those who responded to my call last month for settlement of notes and accounts. respond, possibly overlooking the matter. one of those owing on note or account, once. I are, however, a number indebted to me who failed to If Chicago has a girl wolghlng 82G You can thlnli what you diristlanlty. pounds. please, but It is distinction Just tho Ho leaves a wife and two daughsame. ters. Mrs. W. W. Watson, Mrs. H. J. K. BarC Matson and two nett and J C. Barnett to mourn his death, besides his mauy friends and acquaintances. The high esteem and dcop respect for him in tho minds of his many acquaintances, were partly manlfnsted and expressed by tho largo crowd attending his burial, which took placo Saturdny at. tho family grave-yard- , afternoon, at 2 o'clock. May tho bereaved ones bo consoled by tho fact, that all things, animate nnd Inanimate, from tho lowest to ihi highest of this creation, havo a mission In .tills world and that theso King fulfilled, they cease to bo in reillty but that each and everything 'caves an influence for good or bad, ana that ho like the flower which ipr'ngs up nnd blossoms, shedding 1U fragrance On tho air, thereby fulfilling Its purposo, having left as n hcritago to all, a sweet remembrance and a noblo influence. about two After nn Illness weeks, Frank Barnett, who resided fno miles couthwest of Hickman, died at his homo Friday afternoon at 1 30 o'clock. Had he lived till tho 22nd day of this month ho would havo boon 7 j ears of ago, during whloh time he has resided In Fulton county, ox3.--t a low years of his early life. When he wo& qulto a smnll boy his father. Isaac Barnett decoased and pioneer of tills county, decided loug before tho Civil War to sottlo whoro nature most lavishly abounded, consequently he located a few miles bouthweet of Hickman among tho vordant hills of tho bluff regions, bringing with him his little son Frank. In bis early youth ho met Mlns LU-zl- o Kirk, daughter of Squlro Kirk, and because of her sweet disposition, her admirable character, he became vory much attached to her, cone-quenteltheir acquaintance rosulted in tholr union, which lasted for moro than 55 years, until the Omniscient saw fit and proper to sever IL Ho .was an activo mombor of tho a devoted Methodist church and christian, having rnado peaco with his Mnker more than 25 yoars ago uud o ever slnco has done everything Savior and tho cause of for his of y jkjs-slbl- Personal Reputation and Monty. Illness He was born in Una V nre bii poMihe that we an re- t In 1X34, and spout most of i , . lit onuUi'-atlonun matter how in the cumuli' it urn) l that we orfer to 24, 1871,vicinity of Fulton Ui ho was married to furiiixh tlii Biedk Iim fre of all rust if Latin, who, with two di we full VW think Hint It l wurxo than unc- Mrs. Tom Allen nnd Tom Th- -. le to attempt to i utv romtlpatlon are left to mourn hU takii wuli cailmrtlr dnir. Cathartic iay Thorn (won was a consistent n. tie uiurli harm. They tuny cnuo re- of the Methodist church ami a M st I i. trrlia'eand weaken the bowel, nn i.mki- - 'uiii)tlmtlii more t hronle. Our big mill is making 30,000 i Ontatlpatloti Is often accompanied a day. We have a million ex a and iiim) bo muted by woaknuait of flno ones on hand. You will no' ti the norren am! uiiiiwic" of the large disappointed when you como to . ' lute-winor colon. To exjwet a cure you mutt therefore tone up nnd mill for shingles. Wo bare pl Ktretigthtiii tlkne parts ami restore of all grades. C. M. Yates Shin i Co them to healthier activity. Tho discovery of the active principle of our remedy Involved the labor of FARMCnS TELEPHONES. ekllful reaeareh rbemlita. ThU remeA dollar a month does not g dy prwluces re tilt nurh a aro enough after it gets into the n from the lwt of the aUify Inlritliml tnnlm. and It Is par cotiiai)jJa treasury to Ucularly prompt In Its result. manaaer who has to pay the u, x t want you to try Itoxall Order nnd optjrailng expenses on a I . Mm on dtir guarantee. They are ex rat line ayatem.nnd keep a lnt- nt cetfllnxly to tnke and aro ehanKo to hand oor to sto k Ideal for rhl.tlren. They apparently ll I act directly on llu nene and mutclc ers onco la six months. of th ImweK Imvlnir. It wnntd aet'in, cut too many corners, and rue a neutral nrtlou on (MIht organ or many chances of getting oaugu glaniN They do not purge or cause of a bank balance by a sleet poM If they do or a law suit. M'cljr nro ehnmle or habitual Twelve dollars la too low for ' nnd thu relieve the myriads or era' line service on tho average nawK'lale or dependent ehronle your money will be refunded. tern, with tho quality and o Try Itoxnll Orderlies at our rink. proved as it has been in the las' T'.ree nixes nf pn kajrnt. 10c, 2Tk, yoars. It Is tlmo to start aft- r unl Tirt' neineiiiber. ynu rati obtain rnto The farmers can afford Itenill llmiicdles In till community moro why should not they I' only hi our ore-T- Iie Itexall Store. duced to rccognlxe valuo reciu 1 Tho Hickman Drug Co. Of course wo know what the f i ers do whon It Is proposed to Mrs. Ella Travis, of Fulton spending tho week with hor brother. tho telephone rato. But can tb s on forovor? What ia tbo best .1 II. Travis. to got this thing Into better sli $4,000 Investment yielding ?G0 a The Amorican Journal of T month. If Interested, seo M. B. phony. (Tho Independent Tel7 Shaw. Journal ) tf 1 e ; " beat-knowte-alucor-'enlen'- 8iittmnti clntens of this county, died a With Our nouiK in Fulton Friday after a n' n t, - 1 Bfi There IS 'SEE you are would be glad if you would make arrangements to settle at Please give this matter your prompt attention. Gas in tho stomach or bowels Is a disagrecablo symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of It quickly tako IIERBINE. It Is a marvelous liver I'rlco stimulant nnd bowel purifier. COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Chief Postmaster Inspector Sharp reports that during 1011, C22 porsons wore Indicted for mall order frauds. Of tho 19C tried 184 wore convicted, 177 await trial. 12 acquitted. 72 await grand Jury action. 28 were but not indicted. Savo the trouble of smoking your meat by using our Liquid Smoke. 7Sc worth will tako caro of COO pounds of meat and glvo it tho regular old hickory flavor keep It firm and eweet tho year 'round; no skippers. Your money back If not satisfied. Bettersworth & Prathor. - THE TIME TO START .1 1WSINESS nNK-- i PRESENT TlilE ACCOUNT-AN- W VS T) ' UI INtt TO THIS SI RI'LVS THE BANK, ST.1RT WITH A CAPITAL AND TO IS jiuiU rov TY ErtRV paciuA TO. IMP'S a k PROTECT A. Dodds ifTcRMANBANUHi J TRUST CO. LOOoafi&gyrfasgzsqM I -t- - . TO t-, u ' Ti- V-' Notary Commissions, PRIMARY (ornor McCreary has signed more thau 1000 notaries' commissions and thero are 1000 more to be signed, this being the session of the legislaBILLS ARE ture at which most of the commie a4oas expire, Some amusing things PASS BOTH are found In the applications for the SIMl AR MEASURES commissions. The wife of one notary, HOUSES OF THE STATK whose husband Is dead, wanted to LEGISLATURE. know If the commlealon went to her for the year yet remaining in which the commission would Wave been good ROADS had bor husband lived. She said that CONVICTS ON PUBLIC In case the commission did go to her she would like a rebate of tbe St One fee that was paid for the term of four Slit for Governor! Mansion years. May be Left Commission Tht Many of those writing for commisOut In the Cold Poeelbly a sion as notaries make tbe checks for New County Formed. the 2 fee payable to Governor Mo Creary Instead of to the assistant secretary of state, and half those asking Fi an Wort Following a lively . the floor of the senate, the for commissions write to the governry primary election bill. In or, when he has nothing to do with ,.. by Senator W. V. Eaton, tha commission, save to sign it, tr u. s rrc minendod to the committee elections, of which AntlTlpplng Bill a Law en -- " K Si i t Katon l chairman, with In 8o amended as to make It a law for that committee to con-i- t the moment It Is signed by the gov. it ' like ernor, Representative It. H Akin'a r it In conneotlon with a t. j I.'roUuced by Senator Webster autltlpplng bill passed th.i house by several weeks ago, and made a vote of 69 to 7. It provides for a Uf Hen-u-r on the two measures. a flee of from $10 to $20 for tipping 'elra etarted the fight againal wnlters la hotels, restaurants, barber tie Kt"D measure when he moved shops, aboard Pullman cars or other meaaure, or more properly, public places. that t Mr Aiken made a speech In supthat of Charlton B. Thompson of the . introduced In the senate by port or his measure, enumerating the h Mr I.mni, be substituted. various annoyanoes traveling men are subjected to when they fall to In 'he Houie Alao. hand over tho usual tip to a porter oi A"c amending the bill ao as to waiter. He said he supposed tbe not apply In the election of drummers would welcome th ra vt a a to choose a candldato for passage of tbe bill more than any passod the other cline of men, as under the too house P elec- - present system of n compulsory primary tipping waiters i by a unanimous rote. The they an virtually-"hel- d up" on every t i u.--s d.scuased at length In the occasion. ee of the whole, r I il that paused the house la Increase of Sslary. a The donate passed Rwnntor S. 0 i be same bill as the Katon h ester Marshall's bill providing for the Ini passed the senate i t e difference being slIghL The spection of schools and school funds, tsiMK9 by both bodies, on the same Increasing the salary of the atatn su da; c' the primary election bills was perlntendt-n- t of public Instruction incidence, but means that $1,(00 a year, enabling him to ap sj ..at ions for all offices la the point two school Inspectors at sal the made, In the future, at arlss of $1,000 a year each, and Inelections. creasing the amount allowed him ank nually for clerk htr. In hie office W.k ng Convlets on Publlo Roads. $2,000 Originally the bill Increaaed bci') Ilosworths bill prorldlng s tho salary of the superintendent r t the people on an amendment $2,600 a year, provided salaries ol $2,000 each for two sohool Inspectors ef ' e cvnstltutlon whereby convicts isst 'e irked on the publlo roads and male provision for $5,000 extra Ir sos and providing stete aid for clerk hire. After Uie amend.'fs In road building to the ments trimming these salaries had f sending convicts Into those been adopted the bill was passed by n c .. ci mat aro unauio to pay 101 a vote of 22 to 14 frs a'jjr on roads passed the sen- a vote of 30 to 0. Veteran Lesder Expected. Br a' r V V Katon moved to The head of the Confederate Vet a jiy eliminating the word erana' association, Lieut. Oen. C. J. wherever It occurs In the Walker of South Carolina, will make l' mext r arguing that convicts a vielt to Frankfort at an early date, be permitted to do bridge but the object of hie trip here Is not iu i' a ' any kind, aa It would Inter slmpl, known. General Walker fer w 'V skilled labor. Senator DowV wrote to his friend, MaJ. J N Wo d a second amendment. mack, tilling him of the prospective 'it a i the "state Rid feature o! lsll Oen Walker ts coming personwere ally to appear before the legislature Doth amendments n. or a committee of that body, regard log some of the measures which have Q;."n;r' Mansion. been Introduced affecting Confeder" a stubborn fight, led by S. ate soldiers It Is likely that Gen'' Krgv of Todd county, in an eral Walker be Invited to ad"S . 3 reduce the appropriation for dress th legislature and he will be a tr governor's mansion from 175.- - honored as the leader of the Conj laoooO, the meaaure providing federate veterans (r" appropriation so amended as t a commission to purchase Wants State Exhibit. Ft s s e tear" the capital grounds In Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. if admccnt" to It poaed the Keman will ask the legislature for r m by a vole of 6( to 11. The money with which to provide a Ken. r was taken up as a special tuoky exhibit In the New York expo- of business and Immediately sition of tho American Land and In set al amendments to the original migration congress and at the per re (tared One of these limited manent exposition of the Southern the Ice that might be paid for a Commercial congress The latter u r r the mansion to $16,000. This maintains an exposition In Washing was voted down by a vote of 40 to 13. ton to advertise tbe southern states, " ny O Clay of Dourbon county but Kentucky Is pot represented. orVred tbe amendmont, which was aa ,'ei substituting the word "near" fT 'a jarent," explaining that with Will Ask Appropriations.telegram from The house received a r 'c amendment the commission the Panama-Pacifibe compelled to purchase a President Moore of exposition, stating International s"e adjoining the capl " rr jnds, and that owners of proo-rt- v that Governor Olllette of California 22 to 23, could charge what they pleased. will be In Kentucky Feb next, for the purpose of Interesting Kentucklans In tho exposition. GovCommission Worried. ernor Gillette will bo Invited to adT e Kontuckv I.liirarr nnmmliitnn and it Is probable Is worr'vd, for It may find Itself out dress the assembly, will In the cold world irlthnnt mr nUcm a bill carrying an appropriation A be offered at that time. fall home. The commission has ouces on the third floor of the eap-It- d In two rooms which warn Itv- - New County Bill. tended when the capltol was built. The committee on Judiciary reccrrmittee rooms for tho senate. ported favorably the bill by Mr- - ParThe rooms were not In nan whe,n the ker of Knox county, proposing to cre ixum commission wont Into office, bo they ate the county or -- mcurearjr re put at Its disposal. Now the parts of the oountles of Pulaski, "i before it a resolution pro Wayne and Whitley, but In doing so Thompson of Pld'ng for tho vapntlnn nt nil mm. Chairman Charlton ralt'ee rooms. Thero are no other that committee explained to tho roons In the building available for house that the only purpose of such he commission report was to give the bill a cbanoe If rses as It wasand tho resolution - to be discussed on the floor. offered the comsalsn win De without an offloe. finhaol Suffrsae for Women. Crimp In Curfew Bill. of 62 to 26 the house By a Repreauntntlvn pahied tho bill of Ben B. NUes of wiiiiim a n.-i-- r of Louisville "put a crimp" In Rep- Henderson providing school suffraje) resentative Robortson's bill creating for women of Kentucky. a curfor" law for cities of the first and second class and the measure Jamea Gets Credentials. ft as dofettad In th timiaa Tnv a TMti Governor McCreary commissioned of 63 to 9. Ollle M. James United States senaU. ELECTION PASSED WMw;juumtv tT - - i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmm jfc"t - .. .,-- - .T"T mmm 'V ?TT !. '?"'".!-'!- ' "'"' - '' ' ' ' " '" t . m ftKl ,) (JELft 1 i 1 ii A . Last week was, "Here They Go,'1 this week, they '?l 1 nt Are Going Fast Don't forget the big saving on clothing, now's your time. Hurry, come on before all the ehoicest ones are gone. Look, listen, take advantage of this great money saving proposition and make money. 25.00 and 22.50 20.00 Suits 18.50 Suits 16.50 Suits 15.00 Suits 12.50 Snits Suits. : ,aW liflS KTfliaHtf iastfim.iHM I iiSffj-Ms- laMsam T bHJIBILbLbB eLaV 9 de-ta'- a Wwn QmliVm U.l'IBJII VW: -- MBS I gagMMiafe Til oo-- u 1 UVFBHIM JK llbsaiviSw) S -- r.rt 17.50 16.50 -- 13.50 .12.00 ..11.50 8.50 NEW STYLES IN Spring Hats I have arrived.-th- ey u ' i u'tn'ilio st colors and shapes. will be the leader. are here in all the The "Scratch Felt They are Brown, 8S a- -1 It I'll Grey, Oxford, Pearl, Homer, Buff, Belgian and Black. Telescope, Crushers and Novelties, $ .! -- i "e-e- I'JIerQnly Rival" J&mWJfARE $3.00 Others in all styles, . N fi 1 SOm&AGENTS , . 1 .50, 2.00, 2.50 ! --. K JH O 1,JJL' T a1 . "Dli. .Daiizer ex JLrouas is. i. vo. INCORPORATED ROUTE SIX. G D. The Store That Lead s K 1 t'rl a -- THE HICKMAN COURIER '"Cavtrt SPEER & MAMMOTH CAVE TO TAX BACHELORS. Wtsttrn .toitocst i UUthtVea" SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Rates $1.00 Terrett has gone to St. Louis 11, on business. and Steps Taken to Make National Park. Subscription Preaching at the Chapel at per Year all are Invited to attend. READY TROOPS FOR BORDER Mrs. Iferrell has been on tho sick for several days but Is Improving. Omar nnd Lon Rcadcnour visited their sister, Graco Donnell, Thursday. Chester and Stella Hardin were tho guests of Herby and Lenrou Brown, Saturday and Sunday. Fernella Ezello has returned to her homo al Sharon, Tetm... after with C. M. Brown and family. c Orders Given Leavenworth Commander to Prepare to Move to Mexican Line as Soon as Notified. Leavenworth, Kas., Feb. 6. Orders to hold troops here In readiness to go at a moment's notice to the Mexican borders are held by Col. Daniel Comman, acting commander of the army post at Fort Leavenworth. The orders require that the Seventh Infantry, of which Colonel Comman commands, and tho second squadron of tho Fifteenth cavnlry, under command of Major Wm. T. Llttlo Brandt, bo ready to go a soon as orders to advance nre give"-Preparations for a sudden departure are bolng mado. Farragut's Aid, 103, Dies. Los Angeles, Cnl., Feb. 6. CapL Balloy, 103 years old, a native of England, wbo fought with Farragut on the admiral's flagship during the civil war, died here from tho first Illness he had suffered In his exceptionally long life. Many years ago ho became estranged from his wife, who obtained a dlvorco and became the wife of Edwin Markham, poet, author of "The Man With the Hoo." Ed-war- d a visit IJttlo Anita Readenour has to her grandfather's from a few weeks visit with her father. Misses Blancho Terrett and Lottie Adnlr were tho guests of C. M. Brown and family n few days last week. Misses Annie Readenour, Mora Dcauley nnd Omar Readenour and Ed Nipp were tho guests of Misses Doio nnd Vera Jennlsou Sunday. Tbe citizens of Crutchfield wore ery much excited last Wednesday morning when eomo one reported that a dead man had been found In n car loaded with lumber, which was standing on a siding. Upon investi gation it was found that what look ed to bo tho limbs at a man developed to be only a pair of overalls stuffed with sawdust and crammed into a pair of old dolapidated boots. The boots and a portion of tho limbs woro protruding from underneath tho lumber, and owing to tho fact Ui.it at some recent date the car had been used fbr transporting fertilizer, tho odor Issuing from tho car readily convinced the casual passerby that It waa tho body of a man in au advanced stage of decay. Subscribe for the Courier. A delegation of Kentucklans appeared before tho committee on military affairs of tho houso of representatives In support of Representative Thomas' bill making 10,000 acres of Edmondson county, Kentucky, a national park. In this strip is the famous MamTho cavo Is covered moth Cave. with a virgin forest and it Is feared that upon the death of the present owners that the great natural wondor will pass to other control. Tho Two residences on FOR SALE: Thomas bill appropriates $1,000,000 Troy avenue. Good lot, barn, etc. for tho purchase of tho tract. One house has 10 rooms; the other 4 rooms Lot 100x180. Also anothor Former Governor M. R. Patterson good residence near the Presbyterian Is a prospective candldato for Sena- church. All of theso are A No. 1 Reasonablo property. tor In Tennesseo to succeed Bob piece of Taylor. terms. Apply at this office. Representative T. M. Bertram, of Lewis county, believes that Kentucky bachelors should got married or to bo taxed. He is a bachelor himself. He says he realizes that ho is not doing his duty by the Stato when ho of his watches the little curly-head- s neighborhood running about the countryside when they should bo la school. So ho proposes a hill to tax all bachelors In Kentucky between tho ages of 35 and CO years, and use tho proceeds for tbe benefit of tho common schools. w 1 sB HARNESS ! have a complete line of HARNESS, BRIDLES and COLLARS, in fact anything that you want in Horse Goods. All harness I make is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and I can sell as cheap or cheaper than anyone else, acenrding to the leather. Come and look for yourself. I i ' Woman Burned In Explosion. Mount Carroll, 111, Fob. 6. Mrs. C. Gilbert Begins Work. W. Wilson, wife of a merchant, was New Judicial District. O Otlbnrl. lui Visa tiaan an m. Much of the time was taken U burned seriously In tho explosion of a "truetor In the V'eitern Kentuckv with the bill oreatlng a new Judicial gasoline stovo. Her phyalclan said school, at Dowllng Qreen. district out of Pike and Letcher coua sho hns only a slight chnuco for relas begun his duties as a clerk In the ties. The measure had been made a covery. pace of the superintendent of pub ipeetal order of business .and after c Instruction. arguments that lasted more than an Sunday School at tho Christian hour, was passed by a vote of M church at 9:45 aud services at 11 What Was eonMrr1 u. taat at to IS. o'clock. All members aro especially 'trencth OB th KdIim hill nmvUiu for compulsory primary -- leotloas was to create the requested to bo prosont. Important The Hamilton bill, the ballot In tho tatrlot lnolua' church business to bo transacted. si iat oa a motion Tnlrtr to make the measure a speolal oHft teeT rrankMa and Anderson countlos, W. E. Matheny and O. L. Warren t business. It cm d hr 90 to J. tea was'ia?orably reported by the Judicial spout Sunday in Fulton. nators being abstnt at Ua Usee. ... r rtlstrjerUag .oowfl"Ui V 1 -- PHONE 154: HICKMAN HARNESS CO. fcXi- - r-- - '.! STALK CUTTERS 0 JOHN DEERE AND KINGMAN They do the work because they have the weight, strength and durability. We have a full house when it comes to implements. HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. INCORPORATED FREMONT. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Underwood, Friday, a girl. 0 YALSTS 1 AS PRE81-DENT MEXICAN JOELS GIVE UP Bert Howard, of Crcscont, spent Tuesday night In Fremont. Frank Provow, of Hickman, spent Thursday with Joe McConncll. . til 1 wil WJm JR Silverware titer- forts, f oon w 'nc7 erring i rrr ABDICATION EDICT TURN DOCUMENT OVER TO YUAN, WHO IS FAVORED TROOPS SHIPPED TO CHIHUAHUA TO DEFEND GARRI80N. Madera Takes Over City Restoration to Federal Government Is Made Complete. wiMsiv 1 VtH KJ ileil ' tlKmt moot dc'kbte ni fcl. Butler Caldwell and wife have been attending the singing at Antloch. dowx4 Irulf n.atk, J. H. Caldwell, of Obion, is visiting his mother, Kirs. Grace Caldwell this week. Mrs. Alice Toombs and Mrs. Nan-nl- o Boston, of Kedron, spent Tuesday with Kary Toombs and family. Mrs. Charley Underwood, of ison Switch, is visiting Jim and family, this week. MadAber-nathy X 1 Illl y M ROGERS BROS.,?,!, tngtoAl dlttuiffuiili til Itogert war flrmt nifttle In El Paso, Tex., Feb. . Nearly 1.000 Mexican federal soldiers arrived In Jaurez to mako complete the restoraMANCHU LEADER OPTIMISTIC tion of the control of the Madero gov- OF NEW REPUBLIC. ernment njlhlimArkorifriiijon JrLsJzL !' PYTm J?ck IM7),nilMoro juur-l,h ,JMt 'n flnlh and detUn. lading s'''" f ' UV KS f I Notice H H H H H H Poklu, Feb. 6. The oldest empire In the world becamo the youngest Mrs. J. R. Brown and daughter, MUs republic. The signed edict, announcniUTA.NMA CO. ; ing the abdication of Emperor Pu Yl, ' Annie Leo, spent from Friday to Mon tV W' I.L...II...I l,I..r YM , CfciMttHMT.) was In the hands of Premlor Yuan 'HI day with Mrs. Murly Roper and Mrs. PI Jl W Mrrtdt.,Cu. V., Shi Kal, who, it was announced, would Arthur Shaw at State Line. make It public as soon as final negoFURS WANTED: I pay cash for tiations had been closed with the provisional government, headed by Dr. hides and furs of all kinds. A. S. Sun Yat Sen. Barkett Six years ago this week F. S. Prince Kung, who headed the facHow tion which opposed abdication, departT, J, Plummer attended the funeral Moore planted his garaden. ed for Manchuria vowing ho never of Abb Thompson at Fulton last would a garden look planted now? would submit to dlctaUon by tho week. Talk now of a $30,000 hotel build- southern Celestials, and declaring that Moving Pictures Saturday night. history would repeat itself in the near Ing going up in (his city. future, when the Tartars from the north aealn would sweep down upon the Chinese. Turned Over to Yuan. The edict of abdication was turned over formally to Yuan after the dowager empress, tho boy omperor and Prince Chun had prayed fervently at Th the tombs of their ancestors. empress tearfully begged the premier not to make the abdication public until every precaution had boen taken to protect the royal family from a threatened outbreak by Manchus, who swore revengo if the torms of tho When in need of a drav wacon what's wero granted. . It was bolleved gonerally Monday the use of getting out in the cold to that tho Republicans at Nankin would agree to permit Dr. Sun to act jointly look for one, when you can call No. with Yuan in governing China unUl af65 and the wagon will call at once. ter a national convention had been held to draft a consUtutlon and elect i1 ISai$S.illll 'if ' llrttmrlier. 8"d lot catalog u. "C-U- Prince Kung Avow Nation Never Will Submit to Rule of Southerners, and Declares Tartars Will Sweep Through Country. " -- all deiUm. bowlm to-da- y I Following the visit Saturday night of (Jon. Pjscual Orozco, order was reFOR SALE AT ONCE One million stored In the border city, and the mem- extra fine cypress shingles. C. M. Dr. S. K. Davidson is h. bers of the garrison who had mutlned Yates Shingle Co. Memphis this week agreed to accompany the general back to Chihuahua. They will be made a Redwood Shingles Reynold, Moss Another wedding sohodul'd part of the fedora! force dofondlng Lumber Co month. that city. Somo of the mutineers wanted to change their minds about going south after they had bon loaded into the special train, but niado no trouble boyond firing volleys of shots out of tho windows of the train into the air. The soldiers aro returnlne to Juarez in squads of ten and twelve Tno soldiers slipped away from the 1 rT train whenever it slowed un. a many as 20 havo returned. v Juarez Is undor control of Santiago """""i d ui.;ui utiuicu oy ino insurrectionary forces, and tho chlnf nf police, Raffnel Campa, has beon ro- e.orea t His office Cars are again running Into Jaurez. and thn fright. ened refugees are returning to their homes. Although the situation at Jauroz in. pears to have been cleared, there is troublo in sight at Casas Orandes. The garrison there has mutlned and Is in completo control. CHURCH NOTICE. West Hickman We havo eold tho H. T. Tyler Daptlst Church. Agency to A. K. Kennedy, and respectfully ask that patrons of tilts ngeuay give their business to Prenhliif. first Sunda i.k Mr. Kennedy In tho future. oach month At 6:45 and 4 Mrs. Hmiim Tyler Sunday at ,.11 a. m. am Sunday Sohool etory S.iiid A. M. Tyler. lug nt 9:30 o'clock. I'raw M' very Thursday ovculng ai ; man pardoned by Gov. The Kverybody la cordially inwt..i becuuse he (th prisoner, of tend nervine. course) hnd thirteen children, is not among thoso who conMd-- r opposite sohool building ll KImr. Pastor Hint number ospeclnlly unlucky. SOtD TO KENNEDY. tke sn" r l ' ML NEVER HAD -- TO LOOK OUT n FOR T0M0RR0 W(l .SAVAGE sWfer ' DON'T BE A START A BANK STREET CAR STRIKE IS NEAR Chloago ACCOUNT Cnittif kl it,i. kf L V., H H H H Workers Will Hold Mass Meeting to Decide on General Walkout Ziauiimia Co. No. 1 HPHE Savage who lived from day to day I H We have an excellent driver and one that is trustworthy in every way. H. E. CURLIN " House of Quality." I I H mier would be elected president. The royal family, dosplto the charges of treachery it has hurled at Yuan, beA $2,000 invostmont, fivo houses, lieves he is the strongest man la bringing an exceptional Income, Seo China. M. B, Shaw. Subscribe fro the Courier. a president The fact that the empress called on Yuan to establish a republic when she handed the abdication decree to him waB interpreted hero to mean that she recelvod assurances that the pre- Chicago, Feb. 6. A mass meeUng of car workers will be hold some time within the next few days to discuss a possible strike on tho North and West side lines. The meeting has been called by tho officers of the Amalgamated Association of Street Car Employes. A meeting of conductors and motormen of the North side linos has boen held and grievances discussed. Officers say the temper of the men Is for a strike and that they aro holding them from declaring a walkout only with eraatflnt difficulty. and depended on the heavens to send him food, never had to provide for tomorrow. But fortunately or unfortunatelywe must do otherwise. Do so by saving money. The Peoples Bank Solicit Your Patronage. .A -- 1.1 u Best Kentucky Lump Qurier's COAL AIo Dealer In Jfome Qrcfe ' Why cough?) FIVE YEARS AGO FKOM THE OOUKIER FILES HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH PHONES Another New Trust Every new customer in our store is a New Trust The customer Trusts us to supply the best Medicine that can be prepared. The Doctor Trusts us to compound the best Medicine possible for his patients. Neither Trust is violated. You look at tho housowlfo who has a place for hor things, and thoso things In their places, and you find a woman who Is systematic In hor work; and when aho needs anything she can put her hands on It In a moment. Sho plans and calculates whonovor there Is to ho oxtra work, extra cooking, extra washing, etc., and she know before hand Just what there Is to do and what sho waau to do with It. And this saino woman, so exact in her doings, gets mare tlmo to rest and read and Instruct her children In tho path of right and U10 social dutlcB they owo to all. Ladles, wo hope you aro of this class, receiving tho blessings of your husband, and the pralBo of all who know you. Stop it! Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it ! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer"s Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. Miss Mabel Fuqua entertained the 80 Degrees in the Shade If it's not warm enough at your house let us sell you a stove that WILL HEAT it. We have them at all prices cash or credit If your floors are cold get a nice rug and we know we can please you in this line. If the window glass is broken let us nish you a new one. All sizes in stock. We can make homes comfortable. us a chance. Prices right. fur- Bachelor Girls. Mrs, W. A. Dodds and daughtor, Anetta, and Miss Estello Reneau loft for New Orleans to attend Mardl Oras. Ii. M. Kelley advertised 7Cc on tho dollar. shoes at Woodland Mills telephono exchange was connected with Cumberland iX Hickman. "Hcujler's Candy Parents do you wish for your children to lovo and respect you? II you do, when your child comes to For sale at you for advice bo euro to glvo good advlco; don't say, "Oh, go way, don't Cowgill's Drug Store bother mo, go ask your mother," or Ho who lovoit beauty and Is look- Koine such answer. Or If they comb ing for It will find It everywhere. And to their mother perhaps sho Bays, the mother who keeps hor enthuslaim "Oo to youi father, I am busy." The adallvo by working with her children, child will soon get afraid to ask vlco for fear of being rebuked, and developing tholr porcepUon of beauty WHY DO SHIPS It will bo apt to seek advice some and love for tho beauUful truths will giro them a blossed Inher- whero elso. If you take an intorcst CARRY ANCHORS itance which will lighten tholr bur-du- lu your children then thoy will take IN FAIR WEATHER? m they grow boyond her shelter- - an Intorcst In you. li.g care, and bring moro of cheerful Why Should You ness, and honefullncss, and youthful- - Shocking Sounds. ness Into tholr lives. Carry Insurance? In tho earth nro someUmes heard be fore a torrlblo carthquako, that warn Because it is, better to have it of tho coming peril. Nature's warn Tho habit of treating thoso who are ing" aro kind. That dull pain or acho and not use it. nearest and dearest to us with dis- in tho back warns you that kidneys Than to want it and not have it. courtesy and disregard. Is ono that need attention if you would escape clouds tho eunshlno of too many thoso dangerous maladies. Dropsy, Dla homes. MORAL Insure with betes or Drlght's disease. Tako Electric Olttcrs at once nnd boo backncho flv and all you best feelings return. nlnoteon-twcntiethof tho "Sly son received groat benefit from I'robablr Imucincc of All Kinds RICH! ir I hannlness you will over have you will their uso for kidney and bladder trouWHITE IT. Poter llondy, South get at homo. Tho Independence that bles," writesMich.. Ilockwood. "It Uncertainly a ' comes to a man when his work Is great kldnoy medicine" Try It. CO orr llleimnn flunk snilTrutt (o. over, and ho feels that ho has run cents at Il'lm & Ellison. DOTH PHONE 07 out of tho storm Into tho quiet harbor of home, whero ho can rest In Pres. S. Q. Latin, of tho C. M. & neaco with his family. Is something G. Itallroad has Issued orders to en- real. It does not inako much differ-enc- o ginemen Instructing them to blow whether you own your house or only such whistles as are required by havo ono llttlo room in that houso, law. Tho order has to do with West you can mako that llttlo room a homo Hickman especially, and folks living to you. within range of tho "serenade" aro grateful to Pres. Latta for his time Has a full line of ly action. Nothlnc so holps a woman through FRESH CANNED GOODS tho long weary days of work as tho knowledgo that what sho docs Is np- Dreclatcd by thoso aho loves and for Both Foreign and Domestic whom sho tolls. Think of this, and remember Washington Grip Flakes and fathers, that a kind word la always In season. Cream of n " As wo stood In front of the post- office yesterday wo were forced lo hear a part of a conversation between two young ladles. They were talking about a third party and christened her an "old maid." We caino as near getting mad as an editor over dov You know an editor never loses 1!b temper. Ho still has It all. In almost every circle of our kindred there has boon twine queen of to whom jeweled hand was of'crod In marriage, but who stayed on tho old placo becauso of tho sense of filial obligation until the health was gono and tho attractiveness of Krsonal prosonco had vanished. Urn-ta- l society may call such a one by a nlcknamo, God calls her daughter, and heaven calls her saint Hickman Fur. Co. elected tho fol lowing officers: 8. L. Dodds, Pres; Unlet fhpr 1c ilallv mnttnn r9 th Kstv J. It. Bryant, V. Pres; L. D. Smith, els, poisonous products ire absorbed, Secy, and Treas. csuilnt heidsche. biliousness, nsuses, Born, to tho wife of Jno. A. Cotton, dyspepsia. We with you would ask your doctor about correcting your constipation a daughter. by taklne laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. Mo tr u 1. a. aveo ro Low.n y... Luther Watson was In tho restaurant business hero. at Hi Give words nnd deeds. grant blossoming by your own kind all tho windows on born and nurtured Into beautiful, fra- In too many families tho mother assumes U10 care of everything and her daughters are but genteel loungers In tho household. The work which could be so easily and milcklv done If each boro a share, is loft for the hands already weakoned by heavy , bunions. Train No. 4 camo into Hickman with ono sldo of tho trnln smashed out. A crossing gate at Mtirtin fell, raking tho car their full length. No one was hurt. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. The Musical History Club was entertained by Miss Mena Dlestlebrlnk. On the program were Misses Rose Campbell, Cecil Barnes, Kubye Seay nnd Rubye Fleming. Jno. wife, UNDERTAKERS 2,000 DOGS NOTICE. (Pistol Grip) Williams and WAS BITTEN BY who wcro forced out of their home in West Hickmn on account of tho flood and being rendered destitute, gnvo their ten. year old daughter to a negro named Geo. Levi. The citizens of Hickman took tho girl from tho negro and provided a home for her. Hev. C. L. Prlco announced Lenton service program for St. Paul's Episcopal church. Itev. N. B. Graves' services as tor of the Baptist church were continued. Miss Maymo Iabcll and Lesllo married. pasdis- Cun- - J. W. Thorn nnd Mrs. Roso Oman wcro married In Hickman. The Sprague. passed Hickman with coal In tow. Hor cargo consisted of G84.000 bushels. 67 big barges of HENRY HELM a Bachelor Girls were entertained oy Mrs. T. A. Lodford. Tho prize winners in tho flinch games were Miss Nell Rogers, Miss Mario Brovard and Miss Rubyo Fleming. IN MEMORIAM. In F. E. CASE & SON huj-ban- Wheat Rolled Oats and Postum All New Goods. Fruits, Apples, Oranges Pecans, Malaga Grapes And Bananas Will be glad to PUono have a part of your trade. XOO PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Nalfeh Bros, atore. "Tho old woman." A nlco phraso to bo using about tho dear soul who kept hor vigil over you In your infancy, kissed away your tears In childhood nnd remaining your trust- !! frioml In maturity, la this alltiio lovo you havo for tho silver haired mother who bathed your scorching brow all through tho long sleepless nlchts of affllcUon. when your brain Is was wild with burning fover? thero no other term you can find for hor whoso lovo has followed you through overy trial, tribulation and misfortuno of your life? Hub motnor through all thoso years of labor, wntchlng and waiting, been wasting her lovo on a worthless bunch of clay who, in tho rosy dawn of manhood has no other term moro fitting than "tho old woman" by which to address or speak of hla mother! Stops Neuralgia Pains soothing effect nerves. It stops stantly. Sloan's Liniment has a on the neuralin- Tho angel of death has again been our midst and laid Its ley hand upon our sister, Itoso Noonon, who peacefully fell asleep on January 16, Anyone wishing to invest In real J. O. West and wife spent Sunday 1912, after an Illness of about a week estate see M. B. Shaw. from Injuries received in falling on with friends at Tiptonvlllo. the ice. Besides her husband, Jog Noonon, of Hickman, Ky., sho leaves a slater, Mrs. M. L. Chenault, of Bardwell, and two brothers, S. O. Stalil of tho county, nndH.E. Stahl of Oxford, Miss., to mourn tho loss of a dear wife and sister together with, other relatives and frlonds. Tho creditors of tho firm of Fuqua, Denver's Dog Catcher Holds a Record Helm & Co., aro notified that I will but Is Nona tho Worse for Hla be in my office at the court houso Experiences. in Hickman, Fulton county, from this Denver, Colo. Two thousand dogs date until April 30, to receive claims have now bad luncheon off Herman against said firm. Any creditor fall Cam, the official dog catcher of Den- lng to filo his claim with mo before ver, the last to tako advantage of his generous girth being a hungry New- April 30, 1912, will bo deemed to hayo foundland dog which embroidered his waived his right to any part of tho asInitials on Cam's back recently. Fol- signed estate. lowing his usual custom, Cam bathed All parties owing the firm of Fuqua, the wound with carbolic acid, and Helm & Co. are given a cordial Inthen started off to provide a banquet vitation to pay at once. J. W. Roney. for some othor dog. Assigneo. Cam has been In charge of the bowwow bureau for years and picks up on an average of 10,000 stray dogs every Tho snow which fell Saturday reyear. At first he tried to keep track minds one of our old readers that of his bites by making an entry In a twenty-siyears ago lost Saturday book, but they came so fast that he had to buy an adding machine. Save this section was covered by one of for a couple of serious punctures In tho biggest snows ever known In the his nose. Inflicted by a peevish pup. history of the state. In many placCam's exterior appearance does not es it drifted to a depth of 5 to 8 differ from that of the ordinary dog feet. During the spell, two men were catcher. and It Is not until he disrobes, as be did frozen to death below Hickman, one day recently at the request of the a Fulton man also perished. Tho city officials, that the extent of his body of the latter was not found unpatriotic services become apparent. til six weeks after his death. His exquisitely carved anatomy Is a I Ono hundred dollars reward: splendid tribute to the artistic marksmanship of the canine family. His will pay one hundred dollars spot legs look like perforated music rolls, cash to the man, woman or child, while bis back resembles a cane bot- who will find the words "IMMORTAL tom chair. SOUL" "NEVER DYING SOUL,"' in the Bible. Now get busy and send all B. G. Hale, Jr., and wife left Sun- proof texts to Dr. E. P. Rose, Dukeday night for Rosewcll, N. M. dom, Tenn. x ' t :: (r A prccelous ono from us has gone, A volco we lovod Is still; A placo is vacant In our Lomo Which never can be filled. God In His wisdom has recalled Tho boon His lovo has given. And though tho body slumbers here, The soul Is safo In Heaven. It sad that ono wo cherished Should be taken from our homos. But tho Joys that do not perish Is r gia and sciatica pains Llvo In memory alono. Here's Proof Unlmtat did slop them." Mr.Andrrw V. Lear ol GO Car Street, Cumberland, Md.. write "I hare uted bloan's IJnlmeiit lor Neuralrla and I certainly do pcalie It very much." Mra. C M. Dowker of Jobinnttbnrr. " Sloin'j liniment li Mich., writtt tha belt medicine In th world, Ii tut rclUvcd roc ot Neuralgia. Thou pilot hate ell rone and I can truly say your It Is hard to break tho tender cord Whon lovo has bound tho heart; It Is so hard to speak tho words Wo must forever part. E SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers. Our homo was onco so happy, With all our loved one thore But God has called to his bright homo Tho ono wo loved so dear. Wo loved hor, Oh! so dearly: Bu tho Father loved her moro Ho has given her a happy homo, On Canaan's happy shore. Wo miss thee, dear Kosa, Wo miss thoo from thy placo: We miss theo, Oht wo miss thee, VEN a homely women can have a nice skin, elf ar eyes and sweet breath if she keeps her body in perfect health. If you keep your body in beautiful condition inside, it will reflect its body outside. Our HELM'S WITCH HAZEL CREAM LOTION is especially made for the woman who values her appearance as every woman should. Some of the prettiest women in town use it. Why not you. Get some today. Price 25c Also keep these in the house : Minds' Honey and Almond Cream Nyol's Face Cream Vanishing Cream Crcnio dc Mcridor A Variety of Cold Creams Evory husband can havo good cotninrnlne. tho COffCO ... it VI4 iuimn . 44 rvij i - oi.n.io tnn brown to suit your I'. 0. llox M on tnato. do not scold about It;14 and, .1..1I- . 1 morning wuen n. overy other Try this way, nnd say so. LI fl. . your coueo aim cm;-thin- g you will find elso, to your taste much oftenor Veterinary Surgeon nnd besides you will glvo tho ones Graduate of Chicago Vet. you ought to lovo host tho sweetest College 1893. consciousness that thoy are doing tho work woll, giving satisfaction Olfico at Stcvo Stahr's Livery Barn to tho ono, of all others, thoy most BOTH PHONES deslro to please thus Inspiring thorn with renewed energy to strlvo for tho Residence Ehone, Cumb. 194 morited roward of kind, appreciative words. And so shall an atmosphere Calls promptly answered night or of peace and sweet homo happlnoss day. Satisfaction guaranteed. como to pervado tho wholo house, Hickman, Kentucky .. IKV Price 23c.,50c.and$ Ilors I.OO 1'oul-tr- Tho sunshlno from thy face. Oh, how sadly wo do miss her, No earthly tongue can toll; In heaven wo hope to meet her For God docth all things woll. -.- 0. llonri. Cattle, y and tent free. Address Sloan'e book on Dr. Earl S. Sloan Dotton,Maaa. And for our Lord to call us. Wo will havo to wait, Dear Rosa with tho golden crown Will meet us at tho gate. And wont thore bo rejoicing When wo meet on that bright shoro Then wo will bo together And sing forever more. Her slater. NANNIE CHENAULT. Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. y issn MsaWaiT A 10 Cumberland No. 4:5 fi '.'.., ' $HY NOT GET THE BEST ? ftF1::J'f'-,-''- jtuuun K fl W. me couriers wcciuy J . lit I, I.. C..MAM THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING TWO PENTECOSTAL BLESSINGS P'.STGR RUSSELL SAYS. The Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src See samples. Jit Courier Office. row nccordlng to the Strip turen. gatheiiM. prlmnrily. from the Jew. hut being completed by additions from every nation, people, kin drinl and tongue. elnss. or Metilnh clast ThM tHiiin-Is vnrhiiKly rcfernillo In the proph eoli" ns well n In the New Testament, is the "brethren" of Jesus, nud its "hoik of God." Tho world kno wclli them not even ns It knew not their Master. Abraham's Natural Seed Next This Spiritual Heed of Abraham, all calmly, will constitute the Church of the Antitype of the the Priests aud Levltes of the Jewish Ols . With the completion of this Church, gathered out of all nn lions, sects nnd denominations. DUlue favor will return iignlu to the natural Am thu Jew was seed of A bra hn in grouted the tlrt privilege or opportu nlty of becoming the Spiritual Seed of Abrahniu. he wilt likewise have the first opportunity to participate In the blesslug wh h then will come 10 the whole world of mankind. "To thu Jew first" Is the Divine order In respect to To this agree both or thee blowing the word of the Apostle Paul will come through the The great MeHihih nnd as n result of fhe sritlsfuethiii He will make for the sins of the whole world, by applying to the nice the merits or Ills sacrldce ty wbhli n will Heal the New Irfiw Covenant with Israel (Jeremiah xxxl. SIi The great Messiah of glory will bo the Mediator or that New Covenant nnd the foundation of that Covenant will be the twtter sacrifices offered by this Mediator, us the Antltyplcul High PrieM (Hebrews tx. 10 '2ft). The Pentecostal blessing then to come upon the world will not be upon th terms of sacrificing their earthly rights to nttaln heavenly blessing nnd spiritual KoRsblp. on tho contrary, its requirement will be a consecration tf obedience to the Divine Inw; nnd Its reward will be earthly Restitution to the perfection of human nature, and to the enjoyment of all the blessings originally given to Adam and forfeited by his dlsobedlftnce. Plrsi-Horntile-din- THESE SIX LETTERS From New England Women Prove Uoston, Mass. "I was p.twilnir through tho Chango of l.lfo nnd suner d fromhuirorrliages(somutlmos laKttng for weeks), and could get nothing t., check them. 1 began taking Lydla. IX PlnUlmm's VegetAble Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and the following Saturday morning the hemorrhages stopped. I huvo taken them regularly ever aiaco and awstvaduv Gaining. " I certainly thlnlt tlmt every ouo who Is troubled as I waa should give your Compound Tablets n faithful trial, nnd they will And relief." Mrs Ueoiujk Judy, 803 Fifth Street, South ltokton, Mass. Phronlx, ILL "t worked steady In the mill from tho time I was 13 years old until I had been married n year, nnd I think that cauM.nl my bad feel, ings. I had bOrcne&s in my alilo near my left hip thnt went around to my back, and sometimes I would have to lie lu bed for two or three days. I was not able to do my liouMtwork. M Lydl-- i E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound has helped mo wonderfully m every way. Vou may nso my letter for tho good of others. I am only glad to do nnvthtng within my power to rocuiiuncud your medicine.1' Mis. JULIA ia.NO, Ilox SdS, Phivnlx. 1UI. that LydJa E. Plnklmm's Vegetable Compound Docs Restore the Health of Ailing Women. Will De fat It Will Come the- - World In General Through Messiah's Kingdom Opsrat-in- g snlntly Later Pentecost Through Israel Restored 'to Divine Favor It Will Be Earth's Jubilee of a Thousand Years of Blessed Uplifting and Restitution to All the If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Willing and Obedient of Adam's Redeemed Race The First Pentecost Drought Blotting Merely to the Church and Has Nearly Completed Incorporated Its Intended Work. Brooklyn. N. Y.. Pastor ll Russell continues to draw the lar! gest audiences of E any preacher In W&hffflMJi the world to his Attorney-at-La- w oral ud drosses, be? sides the millions Helmol Enables Wearers to Resand Notary Public who weekly reud cue at Fires. thu printed reportit Will practice in all Courts of lila discourses In the newspapers of the Kngllsh of the State. Hat a Reservoir of Air, and Test speaking world. Today's audience nt the Brooklyn Academy of Music wus Shows It to Be Effective Has HICKMAN, KENTUCKY estimated at twenty-sihundred. Of Been Adopted In Chithese utiout three hundred, all men. cago. wero uu the platform behind thu nlfogctb- Office over Rice's Shoe Store Chicago. Chicago flro officials hare speaker. Lute comers failed hrirtrirrut a HfwnnvlmT a lAtiA 1f nrA. " rtrwin bhpiMmi The text was appropri vww vent suffocation. The apparatus re- ate for Whitsunday. It being St Pesembles a helmet and ter's explanation of thu Pentecostal dress blessing--"ThiI s that which was Lieut Philip Ryan donned the ap- spoken hy the mouth of tho Prophet paratus in a test Joel" i.Wts II. "It works fine," he declared, emergThe nK?akor called nttentlon to the ing troin a subcellar filled with smoke. fact mentions that the Propfict IS "I could breathe without any trouble. two distinct uiitpoiirlnc Joel the Holy of I figure that this new device will Spirit One of these, upon the servprove a great life saver." ants and handmaidens of the Lord, Held close to tho bead by means of Its fuldlmunt at Pentecost; nnd mprlcgs, the apparatus prevents the found during the more than eighteen centn Is to serve your needs. entrance of gas or other fumes. Tho It will help sell your fireman breathes through tubes con- rles ulnee. God's spiritual blessing tins goods talk to the nected with the body of the apparatus. been with, nut sonly the Apostle, hut of Jesus nil ' "The apparatus Is Just donned for all the footstep-followerpeople you want to the purpose of life saving," declared of Oo.!' xcrvnntx nnd handmaidens. reach. An advertiseSt Peer's statement. "This Is that Thomas O'Connor, acting chief of the ment in this paper whtrh was xpoken by tho mouth of thu Chicago flro department. is a reference guide' "It Is only possible to work in this Prophet Joel." Pastor ltusell said to those whose wants uniform for about five minutes. That, should not lx taken to mean that what however, would give us time to enter wa wltnesed In the upper room on are worth supplying. a building to rescue persons and the Hay of Pentecost nearly nineteen emerge. Although we have made renMirliw ago completely fulfilled tho tests of the new apparatus, we have pniphet Joel's predictions. Noue. he would dispute that the fulfilment not as yet had occasion to bring It Into of Joel's prophecy began at Pentecost actual use." A New York device, which Chicago! with the early Church, and has been flremer believe to be Impractical, Is In progress of fulfilment during all the supposed to supply air to firemen centuries since. ASK FOR RATES working In cellars and lofts and Is After tbeue days of the Gospel Age-a-fter raid to have withstood various teats. these dnys of the outpouring of Alongside the nozzle carried by the 'he Spirit upon God's servants and ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH will come the glorious handmaiden I'lMX-of Messiah's Kingdom, In nnd Services: through which God will pour out upon the world of mankind a great bless Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. tiic of enlightenment and uplift from Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. I the xlii nnd death conditions now prevailing It will be to the accomplish W. J. McMURRY meat of this end that Sutnn shall be Attorney-at-LaItound for thousand years, and the dnrkness. which now covers the earth Office In LaClede Building on comer, nnd the grim darkness which now liickman. Ky. blinds the heathen, will be chased '! nwiiy hy the glorious "Sun of lllght eousness with healing In Hli beams." OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD Abraham's Spiritual Seed First Dentist fit. . Abraham of old typified Jehovah, Davidson's old stand. Phone No. and Isnuc typified Messiah, born not Hickman, Ky. ifier the flesh, but after the Spirit l special Divine Interposition ac (v.rditip- to God's promise. Of this HICKMAN FURNITURE O. Jsnnc claw, Jesus Is the Funeral Directors and Embalmers. He id. the forerunner of the Church, as well ns the world's Kedecraor The Phone 20 day or night, i 1t U rompo'ed of a liickman, Ky. iHickman Wagon Co. wwvs Letter from Airs. Julia King, Phoenix, R.I. A. M. TYLERS MEN if ma tj Fl Wllllmantlo, Conn." For flvo years I suffered untold agony from fetua! troubles causing backache, irregularities, dlutiness, and norroii prostrn-tlon- . It waa Impo&jilblo for mo to walk up fctnlrs without stopping on tite wav. I was all run down In crry rrny. "I tr'cd three doctors and each told mo something different. I receln-i- i no benefit from nny of them but necmcd to autTer more. The Inst iloetr kild It was no uno for me to tako anything ns nothing would restore me Pinkham's Vogutali)nOi,mp.un.l health ngnln. So I bcifnn taking l.ydla to see what it would do, and by taking seven lottles of the Comiiound and other treatment you ndvled, I nm restored t toy natural health. Mrn. t- - Letter from Mrs. Etta Donovan,Willimantic,Conn. 1 KrrA Doxovax, 703 Main Mruct, illlinantlc, Conn. x Augiikta, "$e. "f.ydli - Pinkham's VceetaWo Compound tins eurisl the baclcoche, headache, nnd the bad aln I hud In mv nglit aide, nod I am . No. s, Augusta, Mc. perfectly well." Mrs. WisriELU Daxa, IM-'.D- Letter from Mrs. Winfield Dana, Augusta, Me. t - life-saver- 's The Purpose- of an it dW woitders taking It. I khall alw .n formo, as I was a norntM wreok when I pjvsiU a good word for It to my friends." Mrs. J011X A. TliourooN, Jk J, n ynii for tho great benefit l.ydla nnd Vegctaole Compound has iIouh mo. I took eight Xcwpirt, Vt Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, " I thank Vermont. I VL Plnkltam's Newport Cntr. Advertisement Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H. Tom-poun- Ikthlehom. X.H. ' Ily working very hanl, sweeping cnrjx'U, wanhln?, Ironing, lifting heavy bosket of clothes, etc, I got all run down. I was slok In bod ovary month. " Tills lat Spring ray mother pot l.ydla II Pinkham's Vegetable for mc, and already I f cl like another girl. I am regular ami ao not have tho pains that I did. and do not liaro to go to bed. I will tell a. I tny friends what tho Compound is doing for tuc." Mlas Una etc 11. Ikin lkx Hi, Ilothlwhean N.H. Tor HO yonrs T.yilln 15. Plnfclinut'ii "WgTtnlilo -- Cotupotmd Iiii1cmi tlicntnmlnnl rcmeily forftv-ni.'ilills. No 0110 Kirk mKIi avoiiiih'k iillineiits iIik'-- jii.s(ico to home': who will not try thU iiiedlrino, iniiilc from root.s tuiil liorhs. It has restored xo many uff isrlnj? woniuu to lieal t li. AVHtotoI.YDIA lPIKll.VM MIIMCINKCO. rONFHIE-Tl.MANS., for ml vice. Your letter v III Imj oiumhiI, rtMil nnil nnswcrOil by a womuti mul Iiulu in htrlct conflileoco. o h iM L l. r$$& d Business Directory HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Hickman Citizens Tell You All About It a HICKMAN MARBLE Sut-oM- WORKS h Homo ondorbcmcnt, tho public of Hickumu people, suoulu bo uvldonco bojund UUputo for utury Hlck.nan readers. iuruiy tho uiporl-uncoX TOM DILLON. St., Prop. to II. O. lunninsiir. dwciitedi j o 1 m& sfcLI m 11 WSi I1.L1 11 x.h 4 ssvesaMeF"vvas:'4-vlurivM''B'aarSB7- WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The only dairy In Fulton County. W. F. MONTGOMERY JVgSG I M New Device for Firemen. Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. I It Helps! 1 H P Rough Lumber for daie... Dimension Stuff cut to order on c Onoil Notice. il located on Dresden .oad I miles cast of Hickman. ou uie in need of anything h.j wiic, see 1 ur. J. . iV- i- nUBBARD 1 uavy cold lu the lungs thnt was ., cuu to fuiu Itstlf has been tho i...ii,t point in many cusoh of dlB-u 1 &orial eondldons. I'rlces 2&c, COc and f 1.00, Sold by Hickman Drug Co .nn ( inai niueu iaUUy. Tho 6ensl-li- e coursu Is to doses o BAMAKO'S HonKHOLND SV KUP, It checka tho prosreta of tho disorder and asslata nature to 'restore firemen using the Halloran contrivance Is a brass tubo to which Is connected hose extending to 'a line of one-Incthe open air In tho street This hose furnishes air for a suction which Is caused by the poworful force of water sent through the nozzle. The water rushes by an apparatus having direct connection with tho air feeding pipe, and forms a syphon, which In turn Is supplied to firemen. 'There are three supply plpos on the first model nnd these are held by th firemen In tholr mouths, with a bard rubber holder, which Is perforated and looks llko the noseguards worn by football players. "While I will not say positively, not 1tinwlntr nnvthtnv nhntit IHa Avnnf ments of the Now Yorkers, It appears to me that a contrivance built accord ing to tho description would not be practical," said Assistant Chief O'Con. nor "I have never yet heard of a contrlvanco which would protect firemen from smoke and fumes, especially ammonia fumes, for any great length of tlrao. "I consider our new device, which we have Just adopted, la tho nearest to perfection. We have tested it and basehave remained in smoke-Aile- d ments for live minutes at a time." H U M Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Sfp, Ky., writes: "I was IS AN ADAM so sick for 3 or 4 years, I; MOUNTAINEER I had to hire my work Strange Man In tha North Georgia done, most of the time. & Mountains Has Oone Naked I had given up hope. When Wi for 61 Years. I began to take Cardui, I K Savannah, Qa. Word comes via the knew, right away, it was North Georgia mountains of a strange helping me. Now, I am man named John Castcllow, who has grown to be 61 years of age, hale, better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did it" K hearty and happy, without evor wearing a stitch of clothing and without ever using a slnglo word but the monosyllable "Geel" Says a traveler from Harris, describing tho marvelous uio followtng: Mra. It L. Graves, 8baw Uoad, Hie uiau, Ky., nays; "i had an aiucKoi KUhey trouuio which cuuktu iuy um.. 10 become or Juuiu and neadacnud wuro coiniuou, 1 (eit uou nnd louud it dlfllcult boujo dna to tinlsh my houbowork. Learning about uoan's JUdney Pills, 1 wont to He.m & EUUon'a Drug Sloro nnd procured a box. They rid uio of tho laments! In my back, restored my strength and mado It posalblo for mo to do my housework without any Inconvenlsnca I can truthfully say thoy bouofltcd mr moro than anything elms I ovur used." For ualo by nil dcalore. PricoGO Kotttcr-MIlbur- n &i cents. Co., lluffalo, New York, solo agents for tho Unit ed States. 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Many Interesting observations wer made during a recent excursion Into tho Dlntnnl Bwnmp of Virginia 'ent out by tho Washington Acndomy of Bcioncos Tho swamp Is divided mtu two parts as far as tho character of tho vegetation Is concerned- - tl' "black gum" vad tho "Juniper" areni Chas. C. SfoH Oil Co. Iteflncry at Warren, Vic Wo ell tho celebrated "N Carb" Auto Oil Get right on the shingle question use our famous California Redwood mirier and Commercial bhlnglea the best yet Reynold, iMoea Lumber Co. If you want better shingles, try our California Redwood. Roymold, Moss Lumber Co. I Louisville, Ky.i