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Fnper do not want to mlii a copy, keep the aubecrlp-tlo- n re ii ihal i' a JJithuiilrol Biununt lor irlvea .jr.r 'onHJ i aj poor 10 Local News I wPr coil W THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY He toaaed tho book Into the library, rand tald; "Now, I don't want to hare to think f any more German today. Tale, la to be a real holiday. Count, and I r fuae to itudy any more." "I think the art doing a great work," Lucy tald to the Count, "to teach Harry German. It la One that he hath thee for a tutor. How did thee happen to be engaged by hlmT" "Merely by accident," the Count answered. "Yet," Harry added, "through a mere accident." CHAPTER VIII. 2" 29, 1912 Number 34 paid np. A notice of expiration Ii given here 16 dayi abead with A Blue Mark F3 Girl of The My . Wi The Count chewed his i Dreams J. WILIUR D. NESIIT ., i NallitlB of the Mar bv bur U, NaaNI end Otto llauerhaeh s H' t-- SYNOPSIS 13 of oom-ira' a. Lucy Madder, a "ho eureed him when he vu a 7-la the t In an auto accident out tila eur- -r ry III mind taken off of iff by theae pleaaaat thought he i .a Into another auto contalnlna; a e a count and a beautiful woman. aw mtti'i hat la ruined. Abeanl-inlod-of the r Harry thrueU the remnant tila eecepe. a tie pocket and make a MArTEn IL Carolyn. Harry alatar. - f Harry Swlfton ta pn-CltArrm InI. hit uto, lit thsufhtar r a rj r anticipation a i ,i't(In happy flanoee. from hli -- t't. iu to play hcale. Bocratee Hrlra-- r r a 4'atant relative of Lucy'e. arrlvee wth a hat tntanded aa a lift (a Lucy, in. T la trailed to lit home by the 0r-ru- i eeunt and the lady of the daiaactd HATTER 3 laet ifceL Mt U ITT. Who. K deYelepe. Ganeral Rlaiee. (me ta In dletrao-- t har huaband ahould bear of her f)he declare that her milliner mi epaJe. ' '1ir1 duplicate of the ruined hat bad houae. ReV.m da farad to Harry ar ' -- ( to har damanda fer the hat Har. ia that he know nothing- about n y Vladdar and har father arrtre and ' a Count la secreted In the library a 1 Ure. Ulnae In Jlarrr'e bedroom. ritAPTCTt IV. TUicy profree eurleelty " "" pom la which Mr. Blaaa Men and Harry foreed te Ae eetoe - ta' j 1 'at tytuc. The mnttner arrtree te & pricat be 'rt a S rwrriniton bat She prove tebad whom a.:ia ronaldarable attentionHarryla the awn to rtat and tha altuatlon beoomaa more com i ifal4 She Harry will make anoiher f aireee t take her to din-iftat prorldln lu-and Carolyn call Harry and lee-a- e la nuauea into tne raorn cu' a ' j in i ouni. ine vrpqim ousi aaaira had carried on a flirtation be an and (reeled each other warmly, TIArrm Vl. The Count aakonDaphnejr b ra a oor-wad left him atandlnr for her on evenlnv, ahe ::- - 'nr ) mat a dear frtand and "ai him to dinner, the ad "er- her a rln on a former waaa n and demanded H return. Daphne ir ia lhat ahe h4 flren H to Oeaeral at that the Count wae In a atal ' r A bor1rnr on Inaanlly aa he had rftTaa Mr, niatea a duplicate ef the rln "- huaband had. Daphne and the va- n' tichanr bitter word and Paphna ' aa ta atar In tha eame room witk ao aha anler the room that Mra. it 'TIjim la cencaaled In. V T Ilnrn t ua t n ln Bt - 'r ' mkTTT.n Harrr anrempented by Mr. Meditara, ta rm. bua looktnr around Tvu7 henee ' wae Harry could top the hed an bafnr him door of the et1ovnt a waa eonrealed. library, where va Rinlanatlena the w1 and ' Varrya the Count playedHarry rele la ''"". o tailHerman hetutor. learned and ha what VTT. and enter "a r e' nt aaalat a a auocea. him.- - the deeeptler 'it meant,'' tha Count tald, with tc :i a!inlncanc, aail apoaklna; with (e deliberation aad cmphula. "It tst-- rJcv- - i Did tb Udy flod har batt' " LU the lady dad hatr huej rtva c4 altor blrn. ot yetlH Harrr li, hent-b-v "cdly Ah," the Couat iJd, HUlln;. "Noch hr u lo jh ti' couraal Of courpol" Ilarrr belnjc correcUd la hla 'dt The Count noddad hla with commendation. oomo day ho Till bo a icreat Chr-man echolAr aomo dny." ho Mucrted. Harry beamed prldotuid with wntuement. Mr. Meddora observed to him Verily, thy tutor must bo a learned "Sock alt." bd man" "He rend nothing but the clftMlc," Harry replied. "Vou-l- l alwayn find him In the library. He's dying to sot Uuck. there now, I expoct" ' "And no doubt tharia a oJumIc be kth In hit hand ovea at thlt mo-nt.- Meddera aaM. Tv no doubt,- - (.aid Harry, UXlng 'he book from tho Count'a hand and "Three rra'lse on the brevity of time." at the title, which was Week." "Ah. It U an old Harry felt that there wa nothing he could do which would tufCclenly bow hla graUtude to the Count, Everything waa atralghtenlng out nicely. To git rid of the Count would be alrnple. Aa hla German tutor, what could be more natural than for the Count to put on hit hat and walk away? And then there waa the quick manner In which the Count bad rallied to hit tupport EvldenUy, In plte of hit grievance, the Count waa a man who would not ttand or tit Idly by and tee a fellow man tuffer because of a mlttake, or a combination of mistake. With a quiet wink to the Count, Harry tald to Lucy and her father: "I want to tako you around the ground! a bit, now. Count von fltx will eicuae ut, I know." "Moat certainly," the Count replied, grandly. "Und I vlll punu ay Hurtle." But more nolie waa heard from the hallway, and Harry flinched He could net Imagine what further trouble fate had In ttore for him, but he had experienced to much In thlt frlef Ume, and hla nerve were on tuch a wire edge, that be knew aay Msutunl tioUe meant trouble, and any (mutual alienee might mean worts. "What can It ber Lucy taxed In lirm. "Let ua go and tee," Meddera tald. They were taved tho effort, for Carolyn came running In, hor eyet big with alarm, and her face whit with fright. She ruthed to Harry and clung to him. "Oh, Harry!" the cried. "That terrible old General!" "Oottl" the Count exclahned, turning toward the library. "He hat ino!" 'What It It, Carolyn? What about the General?" atked Harry. "There, there, my girl," toothed Mr. Meddert. "Calm thytelf." "Do tell ut what hat frightened thee," Lucy begged, taking Carolyn'a hand In here and paUing It. "General Ulatea," Carolyn aald, atralghtenlng herself np and catching her breath. "General Blaiet 1 coming, and he rweart he will do desperate thlngt, Harry. Oh, I am to afraid." The deep voice of the Oeneral boomed from the hall. "Where la the?" he thouted. "Where la the? I want my wife, I tell you I" He stormed Into tho den and confronted them. He ttalked up to Harry, brandlthlng hla cane. "Whore la my wife?" he clamored. "You tcoundrell Where It my wife?" Harry waited unUl the Oeneral had run out of breath: thlt procedure alto allowing him to collect hi wits. Than o atked: "TTay, Oeneral, what tn tho world la errengH "Everything's wrong! Tou'r a team douadral; I'm a fam dooll My wire It a ticked wlrt I mean a wicked flirt!" "If coming In bunches," Harry thought to hlrauelf. Me determined that, even though th Oeneral had reaaon to believe kit wife wat la the houae, he would affect to xnlaunder-ataa- d him and that disarm him. "Why. General." he said, "you'ro tolled." "You bot I'm excited!" the Oeneral yellod, shaking hla cane In the air, while Luer and Carolyn ahuddtred The General's eyoa were now blazing. He awaited the denouement, Harry looked them I Clerfe Builds, otrrBretard' Store J Carolyn he could at find no all. Save sympathy. Phone No. 51 C Suddenly he reflectod that, after all, he was blamelssa. He would open the door, allow Mrs. Blaxes to oomo out, and throw himself en- Lucy's and held each oiticr ugnt, Denind Mr. mercy. Ho stepped to tho door, Meddera, and tho Count stood ready yankod It open, and With a complacent smile oat stepped Daphne Dafllngton. "That la not my wile!" shouted tho General. "It soems lmpotttble to escape you, my dear General," Daphne said sweetly. She awopt out with as much grandeur aa ahe could muster and Daphne could mutter a plenty. Disgusted with himself, the General whirled about and stamped away, "I told him his wife wasn't here," Harry said, turning to Lucy. But she waa weeping In hor father's arms, while Carolyn waa huddled on a couth crying. The Count stepped up to Harry. I get you out of dla yet!" bo said. CHAPTER IX. Tho group stood in a dead aQosoe, broken only by the stifled sobs of Luoy and Carolyn, while the heavy tramp of General Blares, died away In his slamming of the outer door. Harry shook his head doubtfully. as the Count continued to assure him In dumb show that ha could clear thlngt up for him. "Come, daughter," Mr. Meddera aald, "the must quiet thytelf. Than wo will go homo." "Aren't you going to give mo a oh an co to explain?" Harry asked. "Explain!" Carolyn blaaed forth, looking up at them with her eyea red aad her cheeks ttalned with tears. "Explain! How can you explain? Oh, dear! I never should have gon away to school. I should have stayed at home and done my duty by my broth-on- " "Nonsense, Carolyn," Harry reproved her. "You aimply mako things look worse for mo by sueh talk a that," "How could they be aay worse fer you!" Carolyn demanded. "Ob, men are wreteheal I appeee they are all alike. I thought I could trust ay own brother. I I oven doubtr Pigeon, nowl" The Count smiled grimly at Harry and shrugged his ahoulders. Harry appeal, aa looked at him in mut though asking him to oomo to th front bow with hla plan of squaring things. But tho Count was a man of experience. For all his flippancy and gaiety, he waa man of experience enough to know that whoa you are golag to defend anything or aay position which la being attacked you are better off If you wait until the attacking party has exhausted It a&muxtl-tlo- n aad argumenta. So he bided hi time, while Carolyn gradually relieved her mind by msana of tears and recrlmlnatloas, and while Luer. who was completely mystified. "but who felt that something waa tre mendously wrong, alowly arrived at a state ef calm on tho haven of her thrs shoulder. Amos Medders, being fcrowd old by birth aad training a patient man, aald nothing beyond a few soothing word to Luoy. He hud concluded t end their visit and take her heme, yet he waa a fair man and he would give Harry a chance to coma treat uador th cloud. If he could. "Well. Carolyn," Harry aald at last, "If you have finished all you have t aay, w will get at th real truth of the matter. Count von Fits, I think, an tell us something that will at J. O. 3TTJBBS Pontltit S sad trembled. mustache I tS rOUK BASK COUSTI A(U FAMILY OR PROMISES TOtTRE A HERE. LIBERAL FOLIC IN LOAN MAKING THE CONSEQUENT RELT TOV DON'T ON fRIENDS, 1 .A UUK v' tlEST APPROVE-BANKING srSTKHf ALL AT T O U . IMPROVEMENT OP CUSTOMERS BUSINESSES -- Tl)E 1 1! ii Ml 4 r fj j ,fc W ji UinKUaN "RINK AWh TRUST C07l 1 CaptraliSW 0 022Wo $3250022 "My Wife la In There' to Jump Into the library If tho fury of the General should be directed at him. "You bet I'm excited. i ahor rm as loozy as a crane I mean crazy aa a loon. I want my wife, I tell you. Where U "Well. Oeneral." Harry replied "I'm not running a glossing stir-fl-y, coa- ls it, you know." "None of you nam dontonael You know where my wife It." Mx. Medders stepped forward with hla hand raited ta calm the General, and, tpaaklng to tarry, aaked: "Knoweat thou aught of hi wife, Four House Plants FREE We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely free to our lady readers in this section. These plants consist of Harryr "I doa't know what can bo th matter with him," Harry evaded. The Count sidled toward tho door krto tho hall, aaylng meeklyt "I UUsk I am going, bow." Th General stopped him with ft fiourlth of hi eane, and thouted: "You ttay right herel You may kaew something of thlt." Luor now found a chaaoe to aak something. "What Is K tho man aayeth of thee, liarry?" she aaked. Before Harry could reply to har tho Oontral demanded: "Haa my wife been here today?" "I can answer for him," Lucy replied, gently. "No strange woman haa been here." Th Oeneral looked puttied. He took off his hat, tucked his cane under hla arm, and mopped hla brow. "That's remarkable," he said. "My wife telephoned from thU house, not half an hour ago. They told me so at tho millinery store down tho street. I stopped there to inquire for her." "They must have beta aaiatakea," Harry said. "It U Just poeelbl that they had the number mixed. I doa't believe they even know who we are here. We don't deal with thett," "Well, Harry," the Oeneral tald, alowly, looklag from o&e to the other of the faoet heforo him, aad realising that he had been in error. Tn sorry I made tuoh an 'as of myaolf. Yeu dent know what It Is ie he worried about a wifi yet. Yoejll .paraoa me, won't you?" "Why, eortalaly. ,Oeeral," Harry paid, grasping hla amUtretohed hand. "Let bygone b bycoaos and all that, I know how yo fool. I've been worried onoe or twtoe myself hut sot about a wlf. "Well, my bey, your time win coma," ttgely promised th ventral. "I trust the ladles will pardon me, aad you gentlemen, alto." Lucy and Carolyn, Mr. Medders asd the Count cheerfully forgave him and he started out, when Oh, luohlets fatel from the room where Daphne and Mrs. Blaiee waited, came a sfteete. It waa not a stifled sneeze, it was not a weak, apologotio sneeze- -It sneeze was a big, whole-soulesneeze that told by It very sound that It had keen held back aa long aa possible and was glad to be given It liberty! The General flamed into wrath, and whirled on hla boot to confront Harry. "Hal" ho eixclalraed. "My wlfe'a own sneeze! I'd know It among a I'd recognize her sneeze la million. tho midst of a battle. Ifa no use to bamboozle me. My wife la In there!" He leveled his cane at th door as thought about to Are a volley through the panels. Harry clutched a chair back to steady himself. Mr. Medders came over to Harry lowly, waving a hand at th Oeneral to Inform him that he would tak charge of tho case from now on. "Harry," he aald, aerlously. "What aloes this mean?" "I don't know," Harry replied. guessing. Just a much aa anybody laO." . "Tkoo would not let m look (there I" LW said, acoutwew. d 1 MRS. LAYVSON CARNATION 1 GERANIUM 1 FLOWERING BEGONIA 1 BOSTON FERN By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman we can offer the Hickman Courier one year ; the Farmer, and Stockman one year, both for and give these four house plants, postage paid, absolutely free, The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florist's greenhouse to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants therefore we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our allotment. The papers coat $1.00 each and the plants are easily worth $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $130. Address all orders to THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky. r $1.30 least interest ut." Th Count straightened hla shoulders and took a deep breath. He twitted hit mustache thoughtfully, aad then flecked an Imaginary pleo of duat from hit lapeL "IX you vlll all tit down," ho "I can talk bedder. Dare la n occaalon for weeping, nor for attacking Mr. Swlftoa. Iff anybody shall ob-erv- The Light Question i "4 t i 4 m I m .y . I ! M HJ f.rf HARNESS I ! 4 can be beautifully settled by using the electric You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course 'qualities. Why more effective,, in, not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modernhouseholds. light-givin- g U EL1 1 have a complete line ofHARNESSJBRlDLES 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. PHONE 154 He Awaited HICKMAN HARNESS CO. Ta hapattacked. It U happen, la pened, aad rat may tar fault." Oarelrm resumed her aeat. Laov th Verdlot. mo, for vat has Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. yt ijfcjbrtlP4ra (Con. on Ut Pg this Motion) L JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. J R, if,-- . wjp--- - e f'n ie Vur mr 4ni"t"TM'4"M"l"M'"M "l"i'"M M It Isn't 1& . Heard On the Streets ..... a ii Iuick Meal" Steel Ranges . a....... ...1. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTr . a . . .. .. a .1. Leibovitz Policy To Have and to Hold Redwood ShinglesReynold, Lumber Oo. Moss Ask Brooks the Jeweler about the missing link. Get your money's worth man Furniture Co. have led all others far years, because they give such universal satisfaction. Users ef Quick Meal" Steel Rangea ara aur vary bast aJvartlaars. . . at lilck "QUICK MEAL" STEEL KANUUS aro con Farmers aro getting ready to start their plows for tho 1912 crop. Mrs. L, D. Threlkeld returned Mon dav morning from Now, Orleans. But to Sell Therefore, to make room for my Spring goods which will soon be arriving I am going to clear my shelves of all Winter stock regardless of cost. I have made sharp reductions on every Winter article and am prepared to take the loss. At prices mentioned it will pay you to buy these and put them away until next year. 40c for extra fine ribbed and fleeced Underwear worth 90c for fine ribbed and fleeced Union Suits worth 1.25 20c for Wool Socks worth 25c Broadcloth Shirts actually worth 2.50 1.75 for 90c for Flannel Shirts worth 1.25 all-wo- ol FOR SALE: Good 3 year old work mule,'good torms. W. J. Harper. Today Is tho last day of n rough, ' blustry February as we ever The Embroidery Club meets with Mrs. A. A.. Furls Friday afternoon nt 2:30. If you want hotter shingles, try our California Redwood. Reymold, Mom structed on scion tifio principles and thoir materials nro distributed in such a way as to do the most good. RANGES aro just homy onough to bo mm Incorporrted. A "QUICK MEAL" STEEL cood, dnrablo run! lasting. Tho parts Btrongtlionedari Lumbtr Co. List your real cstato with tho Courior; If wo don't sell It, It doesn't cost you anything. Chas. Werner had n flno brood maro to die lost Thursday that ho had refused 1 400 for. Tho Finest Face Cream Fortune's Witch Hazel Cream. For sale by Cowgllls Drug Store. Silas Brevard and wife, of Union City, were tho guests of T. R. Reynolds and wife Sunday. W. T. Roycr was here from Now Madrid one day last week, visiting his father, II. H. Royer. gBpR DISCOVERY. Pr- tho parts where thomostwoaris Tho walls aro so well lined with Asbestos that no heat is lost, it bet 60 , ing radiated iust whoro needed. QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES aro mado almost entirely of stool, consequently cannot enwk and nro stronger y St. Louis Furnishing: Co. GREAT REAL ESTATE BARQAINS. Oae lot 76x150 In Southern with privilege of ad Ji loan ground If wanted. Small barn on ol rly Combined. Re'orcln Is one of tho raoit effective Walks, llbt asd water at front of germ destroyer erpr dUeovered by property. Tho furnaco at Hickman Collego got clenoe. nnd In connection with Beta No. 81. Two residences on lot 100 both germicidal and by ISO. One out of repair Monday and no school Nnptlml. which houm, oae formed nntlotlr. a combination was had Tuesday on that account. bouso. Located on Troy avctur hk-lr dctniy the germa which rob Well Improved and In good neighbor If It Is cleaning and pressing you Hie lislr of IK natural nonrinbruent. hood. Small house rents at IS sad treated a lcsn, healthy condl-Ho- n want the Tailor Is tho man you aro nrt Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. large at 116. of the Kcnlp, which prevents the looking for. Call 138 SCHMIDT. rotIdeoc, No. 83, Nice lovetopmciit nf now Kornn. I'llo r'l- - although nut a coloring bath, etc. Located on corner lot Mrs. Frank Herring has returned Ingre-'pithree blocks from buslncst x to her homo In Bcrnle. Mo., after a "tailor or iljr. It n the hnlr to It ti.it- - Uon. Lot CCiSJ. '.r with tho family of J. R. Brown visit c-i- r r. when tin Iom of hair has No. 83. Nice coroor lot In Henry under the sun. T"T Sunshlno In the Uvea and souls of C. 8.. Patterson orders tho Courier iwi raiiM-i-l ly a dl'am of the scalp. Large enough for two Addition. peoplo Is just as potent In the realm sent for ono year to his father-IThe lurrcdlent In proper combination, ullli ul'-li- i milled as a stimulant houses, or 00 e fcouso and good sar Mothers train your boys to be nent of homo as the sunshlno that drive law J. R. Taylor, at Rutherford. and for JtH well denned nourishing dea. Located acar aorthoru cxlrviu-Itin the house. They should bo taught darkness from our world and brings Tenu. ropi-rtlof the addition. the moit ef ierfe t to look after themselves, and to keep that warmth which is essential to No. 84. Residence of 8 rooms iocit Capt. Hackctt had the misfortune fectlve remedy that Is known for scalp life and growth In tho vegetablo their hats and coats in their proper ud hslr trouble. cd in hoarl of business section. m schuto fall on his leg Wo ltftt n lemedy which Is chiefly location for A cheery "Good Morning" often places. Teach them this habit and kingdom. There is a convincing and to lot a corn man. flCoo business vlr'fylng power In soul sunshlno; for, las week and Is now hobbling about timpccd of ihew Ingredient", In n sends a ray of sunshine streaming you will save many nnnoyances, and cash will swing deal. with other extremely Invalthrough the innermost recesses of a you will also do a kindness to tho as has been wdl said, men and wom- ou crotches. t No. 85. 1280 acres cut over timber uable medu Innl ngcntii. We guarantor household, resting thero all the live- boys by teaching them neatness and en, youth and children, seek the Mrs. W. D. Busbart fell from hor It to positively cure da ml run and to land In Cash river bottom; does nut friendship of the sunny-facelong day, and again follows hastenbock porch Monday night and Injured grow hair, even though tho scalp In overflow, fine soil and fine body of ing footsteps Into the mart of busiono of her arms severely, but no HjKit- -i U lure of hnlr If there Is any Ian.:. Would make dandy faruiwbiu ness, lighting up and brightening "the vitality left In the root. It will positive- cleared. Two Eillea from railroad, 1 Is the little foxes that destroy bones were broken. It The main thing with children Is to way of the world" as it goes. A ly cure ImldneiM, or we will refund tulle from Jonesboro, Ark. Will tc.l the vines in home life. We havo hearty "Good Night" often soothes have them well started with good known men who would lay down their. W, A. Dodds Informs us that he your money If the nonlp has n glazed, all or part of tract for half cah on many a troubled mind to rest and principles which they will carry lives for their wives and children, landed tho contract of furnishing tho nhluy nppcsrnnro. it's an Indication long time payments. 1'rtco per acre lumber for Union City's new 130,000 that Imldncn l but la othheals the wounds which have either through life. Obedience, truth, purity are essentials, and who would almost have fits of apo- government building. er instance iv believe baldness (5 Cm-- . $16. Easily worth 160 when cleared. como anew to a struggling soul, or No. 86. Farm of S3 acres, Gv d able. lovingly cultivated, plexy over a button off & shirt or a been by the harsh words or these can all be All high, We want every one troubled with cultivation, rest timber. Call about Fob. 20th at Helm & Eland will flourish in tho right homo mislaid paper. Thoro aro women who deeds that are spoken or done In s, would die at tho stake for their lison's store and get a booklet about calp iltenf or Iom of hnlr to try dry bottom land, under wlro ten atmosphere. season or out of season, as the dally house, largo barn, two This medicine will Itevall "Kl" Hnlr Tonic. If It doe not good but who havo an almost unconour life progresses. cure dnndrurr nnd grow hnlr to U10 battle of scious habit of nagging tho poor man cure consumption at homo. wells, small orchard, soil dark torn. of the liner, we will without 1'arm will produce flee corn, cottsn, Tho office boy, who from morning till night. Strango Isn't a Miss Hazel Dean WhltUcsy left Sun question or quibble return every cent hay, fruits, etc. Quarter telle 'ron swears smokes cigarettes and Is it? No boy, no girl, can ever come to day for Trenton, Tenn. to spend n paid us for It. Wo print this guarantee railroad usually, and reads dime station. Price $46 with term bo utterly bad who remembers only few days. From thoro sho will go on every bottle. It hat effected a posi- If wanted. Near Jonesboro, Ark novels In a corner, or loafs when hu tive cure In m of cnacs where put to love and tenderness and sweetness L to Nashvlllo to make her home. sent on an Important errand, is SEND IT IN. No. 87. Forty acre farm, 36 acre a prnctlcnl tent as associated with father and mother fast disappearing, and It Is predicted Ilexnll "03" Hair Tonic in entirely In cultivation; 10 acres bottom, A "Suggestion" to tho Country Edi FOR SALE: One horso, 16 hands in the home. Give them house, barn, e Missouri Rhymer. high, 3 years old; ono Alley, 15 handi unlike, nnd we think. In every partlcu anco rldgu. Good manly and womanly example, give that in tho course of tlino the office tor by tho Inr. better than anything else wo know good water, on 2 publlo roads, fios girl will havo entirely taken his place. If you havo a bit of nows, send them training, give them the inspiit In; high, 2 years old; both German of for the purKsa for which It Or a joke that wllPamuse, send it In, Coaches. Cosh, or time with good li prexrrlhod. We urgo you to try land. Near tchool and half mile to ration of devoted lives, give them the A s'ory that Is truo. note. Chas. Werner, Hickman, Rfd tliN preparation at our entire rink. railroad station, 6 tulles from Joao higher deeper things. Do not .are The boy that knows moro than his An incident that's new, One. acso much as to whether you are Certnlnly we know of no better boro. Flno fruit and poultry farm, parents goes to the wall In the city. alsa cotton and corn, etc. l'r.co gunrnnteo to glvo you. Rcmcm-IteSend cumulating money, so that you can Success depends upon Industry, obed Wo want to hear from youl J. II. Travis left this week for you cnu obtain Hexall Remedies $27.60 an acre; terms If wanted it in. leave them a fortune. Wo really e- - ience, economy and purity. Drown Georgetown, Miss., to accept a pos- unly nt our ntoro The Hexall Btore. No. 88. Flno old farm, 2b m lc Never mind about your stylo. Send Hove that tho chances are against that uandB clenn tongues A hearts are ition as saw filer for a big lumber The Hickman Drug Co. southeast of Hickman on UrciJea It in! being a blessing for a boy. Dut leave iu great demand In the city. A counmill at that placo. Mr. Travis has road. Contains 100 acres flno laud. them an accumulated fortune of mem- try loafer becomes a city and neither If It's only worth the while, send it ninny friends here who regret his well Improved. Italics flno Won, In. ories and inspirations and examples country or city has use for either. from Hickman, and their NEW LIVERY STABLE. corn, wheat etc. Wo nro not sons Of those crops that' all amaze and hopes, so that they are rich in wishes follow him to his new . bes.t I). K. Ward returned from St. to mnko a long talk about this farm Of tho borrles "neighbors" raise brain and heart and soul. " Louis last week whero ho had been It will boar close inspection, and Don't expect others to bo sweet, Of a section you would praise send home. purchasing now equipment for n liv aro going to sell 1L Wo will soil 1 and polite, and thoughtful, so long as it in. Wo notice that the city of MemMarriage Is not necessarily a bless-lng.- lt you adhere to the selfish principle Of somo patient labor done send it phis will not allow shantyboats to er stable he la to open In tho old u'hntn tilnv tncelher! wn will 8. may bo the bitterest curse. It that people must "take you as they 130 acres of it or wo will soil In; bo tied up at their river front. Hick- Klmbro stnblo. may sting like an adder and bite like find you." When your friends begin Of a fallen brother won, send It in. Ho tells us that ho hns purchased acres. Part cash, balanco to t.uit to follow tho exman would do well a serpent. Its bower is as often made to grow careless and disrespectful, Of a master who can teach purchasor. ample of Memphis. As a rule tho rubber tiro vehicles throughout and of thorns as of roses. It blasts as stop and think whether you are not Of a noble, glowing speech, send It In shantyboats population are hard wads, that he will do a general livery busNo. 8J. Nice resldonco within ca many sunny expectations as it real- getting back a reflection of yourself. Truth beyond tho average reach iness. Ho will also opcrato a trans- reach of business section, no hiif thloves, bootleggers dlsenBO spreadmortn renting izes. Every Improper marriage Is a fer from tho now depot in Wcs't climb. Isfor homo at $15 aedgo Will your story make us laugh? Send ers, &c. or gilt Suitnblo living misery, nn undying death. An Hickman. it In. vestmont. House has six rooms Take tlmo to read and read a gem Send along a photograph.. Send It T. R. Reynolds has purchased tho Illy mated human pair Is the most 2 upstairs; newly painted ami interest of his business associate, now roof. Coucreto walks, city waur woeful picture of human wretched- of poetry, or to sing a sweet song to in. Movlno Pictures Saturday nloht. located on good street and splendid Mr. C. T. Moss, In the lumber ynrd ness that is presented In tho book of your children. Abovo all tako time to When out fishing send a note neighborhood. New residences on here, which has been conducted undo will absolutely cure both life; and yet such pictures aro plen- study with your children the shading Of the things you catch afloat sides. Based on Hickman values, Reynolds-Mos- s Tuberculosis, Catarrh and Asthma. thin nine., la Wiirth HKOO hilt If K ty. But a proper marrlago, a true of a leaf, tho bird tho bee, the Or the good times on the boat. Send the firm name of Lumber Co. Mr. Reynolds Is now solo It baa cured and Is curing hundreds en at onco, it can be bought for () union is a living stone, the pearl of dow on grass interior, it In. proprietor and will cpntlnuo the bus! In tho large sanitariums of tho south-weadown, balance to suit picture of blessedness, unrivaled in blade, tho frost glitter, the snow crysNo. 90. Four lots, each 60x150 nesB at tho "old stand." tal; tako tlmo to watch the trees In It destroys tho germ. It Is beauty. feot, on a proven fact. For sale by Helm & Heights. good level ground In Southern their grandeur, the stretch of mea Blamed A Good Worker. It. O. Ilobblns, wife and children Broad streot in front, con disEllison. dow, the sparkling stream the cloud "I blamed my heart for severe croto walka on both aldoa, water-mainmny disquiet mountains, tho sunset glory. Beau- tress in my left side for two years," wero horo from May fluid tho first of A single bitter word " and sower already In. ilrnln teasers: A sold a horso to sell ono or moro lots to ault Pur the home for a whole day, but like ties will be revealed to you you dream writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., 'but tho week for a short vlsl returnI know now It was Indigestion as ing homo yestordny. They were ac II for ?00. Ho then bought the horso chaser. This property comeo under unexpected flowers which spring up no of. no Dr. King's Now Life Pills complete- companied by Mrs. Robblns' mother, back from U for $80. Tho horso vvni special restrictions no negroea along our path, full of freshness and ly cured me." Best for stomach, livMrs. M. Amberg, who will mnke her then sold to C for J100. How much surfaco closets, no residence to cost gentle beauty, so do kind words and er and kidney troubles, constipation, loss $1,000. Best residence sec Lovo la the great home-make- r that headache or debility. 25c at Helm & home with them for tho prosent. dfd A mnko? And again; A bought tlon than acts ana sweet dispositions make In Hickman, with no city taxes Tho many frlonds of Mrs. AmGerg u horse for 70, B. bought a horso This addition was opened last Kar Kktd the home where peace and bless- makes even the drudgery of house- Ellison. will bo sorry to learn that sho Is no for J 55. u then purchased another! and eight now houses havo eono UP ings dwell. The heart will turn lov keeping a pleasure and home life a Sho horso for $65. How much more did othore will go up this spring. FOR SALE AT ONCE One million longer a resident of this city. ingly toward it from all the tumults foretaste of the bliss of heaven. Ono of the world, and home, ."be It ever cannot get too much lovo Into one's extra fine cypress shingles. O. M. Is ono of Hickman's oldest cltlzona B pay for two horses than A paid "For further Information, apply at and a moat excellent lady. tor one! Yates Shingle Co. "if IWWble," will fee tke dearei spot but easily too little. the Courier offiat. Whooping cough socms to be a popular epidemic among the wee tots of this section at present. Overshoes, Caps, Coat Sweaters, etc., to close out, at cost and less. Come in and let us show you. Ctrtaln IngrtdltnU That Raally No. 80. moU Hair Growth Whan Prop. Hoh-.h- 1 1 i no ncll-lnuw- " , n ! self-respec- t. unsel-llshnes- a, bus-band- Antl-Phyml- old-tim- e i. Old-Tim- r, 1 - Antl-I'hyml- n soul-linke- $l-j- d ouo-thlr- d t. s home-makin- V REAL ESTATE.. Let Millet & Alexander Make Your Easter Suit lection of both fabric and style if you let them make. Beautiful display of exclusive Spring Suitings are now being shown in domestic and imported weaves. Ledford & Thompson to LaClede Hotel, $9500. J. O. West, S3 and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are as well dressed as any man in the parade. You will be proud of your EASTER SUIT, too, for everyone will compliment your good se- Would be pleased to have you call in and see our showing before you place your order for that new suit Millet & Alexander THEY MAKE CLOTHES I A liberal use of paint means a great After serving four years in the Ed- deal to the farmer. dyvllle penitentiary on a conviction, Sharpen and repair the garden tools for housebreaking, James Wilson wa Chas. Beckham to G. B.. Walker, for next season's use. last week returned to Jail here and at lots West Hickman, $323.00. The successful gardes Is started In the next term of circuit court he will the fall, J T. Seat to S. L. Dodds, lots East planted. although not a seed may be be tried for shooting Jailer Noonoa Hickman, $925. Keep all the tools that are used during an escape from the Jail when and he was confined there on the houseR. L. Gray to J. W. Ward lot OJd arounJ tho barn In convenient safe places. breaking charge. Hickman, $107. A little paint goes a long ways toThe crime for which Wilson la now J. H. Nowhouse to J. Hr Campbell, ward making a home out of a group held occurred on Thanksgiving Day, of buildings. lot Fulton, $1000. How much does It cost to have that four years ago. He and four other out In the desperate men formed a plot to esLucy Tucker to C. E. Rico, lots In machinery standing cape Jail, and when "Undo" Joe went weather? 8heddlng Is cheap! Fulton, $10, etc. WMle planting your garden give into the Jail to carry their dinner, he J.. H. Campbell to Ed Byars, lots cue attention to the color of was knocked down, his pistol and the flowers so that thnr m hinnnn. keys taken from him. In the scuffle Fulton, $1050. izo. Many a new and valuable imple- that followed the aged Jailer was shot J. F. & S. U Dodds Co. to W. B. ment is left out all winter more through the hand with his own pisAmberg, 182 aacrcs, $14072. through carelessness than anything tol and the weapon used as a club with which ho was beaten over the Lucllo Wilson et al to C. S. Pat else. TobacCO dUSt worked tntn fhn n. head by Wilson. Ho was soon overterson, Interest in land, $4, etc. race or the soil Just before setting the powered by the ruffians, and left in H. L. Williams to City National lettuce will help to keep the aphis a pool ot blood, locked In tho Jail. away. Hank, lot Fulton, $10, etc. Tho Jailer was not as badly wounded These days can bo put to good use City National Bank to H. L. Wil- in getting the grindstone into serv- as the prisoners thought and soon reice and sharpening up things gen- vived and gave the alarm. liams, lott Fulton, $10, etc. erally. Three of the men made a dash for J F & S. L. Dodds Co. to T. V. Ashes are best applied in the the river, at the rear of Nalfeh's Fwayne, 83 acres( $6281. spring, separately or in connection store, where they found a skiff, and with phosphate fertilizers as a top pushed off. Before they could get S Dodds to T. T. Swnyne, land dressing. Hack-e$4323. Cabbage is one of the easiest vege- the boat under way, Policeman ran down to where the men were, tables to start from seed T C. Bondurant to G. L. Mcthcny transplant, and to be mado to and to and being unarmed, threw a large grow in oxchango of property In East Hick- the garden or flold. rock in the boat, hoping to knock a . R. T. Tyler to B. C. Bradshaw, acres, $1600. Good Roads S FarmNotes RELEASED FROM PEN. Back In Hickman Jail on an old Charge. I. tt man. I It I Tl 1 1 THE PHOTOGRAPH. IWd you ever think of tho photograph in this connection That it furnlshea tbo framo wrok, ns it wns, for recollection; that It helps to keep the Impressions of receding yoars In from growing dim and hnzy. this busy world of ours tho whirl of successtvo sights on tho rotina of tho eye Is not Impressed except by the photograph It catches and holds the evanescent view or llkonena of some loved one dear to your heart nnd moulds Into Dormancy tho oter chan; Ing scenos of nature nnd the one who are near and dear to you. In the mar volous strides which of late years humanity has taken, nothing Is more momentous In its Influence upon art. science and life Itself than tho photo graph. Call or send for PULLEN, tho artists photographor SBgiBJF I Advertising Talks " INJ Moving Moving GENERAL WAY succeed and the E. M. Taylor to United States, lot FARMERS' TELEPHONES. In the only boat In sight. Officers Fulton, $2000. A dollar a month does not go far were soon on the river bank and n ! W. L. Chlsholm to United States, enough after it gets into tho telephone battle opened between them and the company's treasury to satisfy the fleeing culprits the latters using the lot Fulton $2000. manager who has to pay tho upkeep Episcopal Church to United Statea, and operating expenses on a big ralo Fulton, $2600. mi line system, and keep a little small Sim Jackson to Harry Ekdahl, lots change to hand over to stockholders once in six months. Ho has to Fulton, $150. cut too many corners, and run too W. T. Gaskins to Geo. Elliott, lot many chances of getting caught short Crutchfleld, $775. of a bank balance by a sleet storm, or a law suit. Harry Ekdahl to Bally Huddleston, Twelve dollars is too low for farmlot Fulton, $150. ers' line service on the average sysN. J. Coram to S. B. Burrus, 19 tem, with the quality and cost im$4740. proved as it has been in the last fow years. It is time to start after this Industrial Leaguo to Jno. H.. Nel- rate. The farmers can afford to pay son, 19 lots In Industrial League Ad- more why should not they be indition, $1650. duced to recognize value received? Of course we know what the farmThe state has compiled statistics ers do when it is proposed to raise showing that Fulton county has 1,601 the telephone rate. But can this go What is the best way s on forever? farms as listed In 1910. Of this 1910. Of this num- to get this thing Into better shape? as listed in The American Journal of ber 55 farms contain 3 to 9 acres; (The Independent Telephone 104 farms contain 10 to 19 acres; 440 farms contain 20 to 49 ncors;. 293 Journal.) farms contain 50 to 99 acres; 183 fnrms contain 175 to 259 acres; 38 Misses Frankye Reid, Laura Brown, farms contain 260 to 499 acres; six and Efflo Bruer returned Tuesday farms contain 600 to 999 acres. from New Orleans whore they atBarred Plymouth tended the Mardl Gras. FOR SALE: Rock eggs for setting. 19 for $1.00. The Courier would like to bavo a Mrs. R, B. Scearcof Cayce, Ky. good correspondent in tho neighbornum-farmTolo-phon- nt hole in tho bottom of it. This did men pushed out Subscribe fro the Courier. Pictures Saturday night. night. I Pictures Saturday SAYS NEWSPAPERS PAID BEST J. T. Stephens and Ilruce Powell vent to tho lake this week. A special opening of ladles spring suits next Wednesday, March 6th. Smith & Amberg. Prominent Railroad Man Tails of Spending Million and a Quarter Dollars In Advertising. The dally newspapers produce the actrate.t reautta from advertising, traf-n- o cording to Gerrlt Fort, passenger manager of the Harrlroan railway systsm, who superrlsed the handling appropriaof the record advertising tion of $1,250,000 provided by his corporation tnat year to be used In advertising within twelve months, The dally newspapers reach the people and stimulate corespondenee and desire for further knowledge," be aaya. Follow-uliterature then closed the deal and made a prospective settler i the newspaper reader." Fort aaya that In his advertising campaigns he bu used all kinds of mediums from dally newspapers to raagailnes, booklets, pictures, pamphlets, billboards and lecturera. "We apeal to the people In our advertisements. We sometimes shot In the air, but 1 am convinced that enough of the shot scattered by the dally newspapers hit the mark to make the entire campaign pay "Railroads must be developers. They must develop the country through which the tracks run. The only way that I know of to develop a rcuntry la to let the people know what you bnve to offer," Fort conducta an advertising campaign as he would build a railroad. An execuUve committee meets with him and plana a method of spending the appropriation for the year When all Is ready the publicity men are as progressive aa railroad builders, wbo begin to grade for' railroad tracks after surveyors and engineers haw laid out the route to be followed. 'The actual result of tho advortla-Inia difficult to estimate accuratuly," ho said. "We authorize the expenditure and then begin to trace the results in many Instances we run against a stone wall before we get to the Actual facts, but wo find enough good done to know that advertising p Itcv. M. L. Money will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morn ing and oventng nt the usual hours. Your phono order will receive prompt attention. White Dros. Cleaning and repairing. Phono 195. There will be a business meeting of tho Kentucky Club Friday night. Every member Is urged to be present. Dr. P. II. Curlln reports tho arrival boy at tho homo of a ftno of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Lewis, Mon day. Geo. Watson, an aged citizen of Columbus died Monday. Ho was born at Paisley, Scotland, about 79 years ago and camo to America In 1852, and to Columbus in 18C2. llo lived there for half a century.. Jailor's pistol. During the shooting, one of the men was wounded In the leg, but the three managed to escape Into the woods opposite Hickman. Officers followed, but without success. Later, one of the prisoners who stayed with tho wounded man, surrendered, as the tatter's wound was growing worse and he could not travel. This man was Wilson, who It Is alleged shot tho Jailer. After serving a four-yea- r sentence he must face another trial in the same court house, without any intervening freedom.. Don't be deceived by to much talk about cheap shingles. We will sell you the same goods for less money and can furnish you a better shingle It you want IL C. M. Yates Shingle Co. FOR VERIFICATION ONLY. Neale Allison, a well known citizen of Pryorsburg, died suddenly of heart trouble Monday evening. Mr. Allison has been postmaster at that village for many years. Richard Moss and Miss Nancy Smith, both of this county, were married Feb. 25. The groom Is 32 and the bride 33 years old. FOR SALE: Mrs. S. M. HubPossession bard's brick residence. June 1st. See Dr. J. M. Hubbard, tct g pays " rousptrumifl example occurred th Inst your Tin re yenra ngo the Union I'nclflc opened h direct line to Yellow-atom- - Pnrk Before that time park could be reached only by a ptngo Journey The first nr wC advertised the rrniul ' tit- only slightly and let It take ol Itself Tho trnvel Increased - tire-i)tn- e and now care but IlKlitly "I.nst year wo advertised the direct onto to the park extensively The result wan that we more than doubled 'Iih number of passengers carried in the other years. All of these passen-kit- s had to rldo over various parts of our road .to reach the connecting i line. "That Is what I call producing direct result. It Is emphaslzod by the fact that a competitor who also touches that locality, made only a normal Increase in business, while our more than doubled." Nathan R. Morris, ago 75, died at Fulton Friday morning of pnoumonla. Ho was a native of Tenncssco, nnd lived for many yearn at Martin whoro ho was engaged in tho tobacco business. Ho moved to Fulton in 1003. His wlfo nnd two sons nnd two daugh tore aro living. A beautiful line of ladles spring suits on display next Wednesday, March 6, at Smith St Ambergs. !. Wayno Bennett, formerly of Fulton "And so you are not afraid to let county, was electrocuted nt Vancouvme go away for two months all by my- er, British Columbia, last week. Tho self," says (be roccntly married man. accident occurred at the wireless Not a bit, darling," confidently re- station. Tbo young man was a son plies his wife. of tho Into Dr. W. S- - Bennett, of Ful"I am glad you have such perfect ton. me." trust in "Indeed I bare. I trust you irapllc-- . Mem Delinquent Kentucky Club itly and Juot to Terlfy my trust in bers are requested to pay their dues you I bavo decided to go with you on for the quarter ending April 1st. The your trip." bylaws provide that the names of such delinquents shall be posted If Well, Weill not paid at once. Please attend to "Mr. OKherly," says the fair young this at once. with tbo heavy pompadour creature and the permanent marcollo waves, Geo. Ingram is putting up a small "do you thtnk that a girl Is justified building on the opposite side of tho in taking advantage of leap year and street, south of A. O. Klmbro's livproposing to a young man!" expecta. ery stable, which is to be used as Mr. Olthcrly thrills with tlon, bitches his chair closer to that n grist mill. This will bo driven by occupied by the beauteous creature n laigo electric motor, and will bo and says: the first electric mill over operated "I An." lu this city. Ingram will get ready "Do you know," she murmurs, "that for business somo tlmo during March. Is Just what I thought about your i had an Idea you wero tho sort of a Our attention is called to tbo fact man who would bo afraid to take the that tho thoroughbred stallions of iicrtiat rhnnrA nf bolnff refected." Fulton county aro listed at considerAnd Mr. Gltherly did not recover able less than tho common stallions. consciousness unUI be humped into away from To bo exact, tho last recapitulation a lamppost eight blocks shows 9 thoroughbred stallions valher home." ued nt $1S00, and four stallions of It common stock valued at $2745. The Political Branoh. is my family tree," says our seems that It pays to own thoroughThis bred stock, but how does tho board Vnil "Indeed 7" we respond with interest of equalization get over theso figures? "And what Is tho meaning of.thls part Tho samo condition existed In year of the tree wbicn nas sucn oaa before last. branches!" A. special from Paducah Tuesday "That represents my greatuncie Henry's part of the family. He and says: In the Interest of tho Ken all his decendants went Into political tucky Southwestern Electric Railway, rings and grow rich, so we usually re- Light nnd Power company, which has fer to bis section as the grafted an interurbnn line projected fron branch." Henderson to Paducah and from Pa ducah to Hickman, Ky., Mnj. W. A. Her Interpretation. Calhoun, tho consulting engineer, has "Uneasy rests the head that wears gono to New York. The only statea crown," wo quoted, sagely. ment he would make beforo leaving "Yes, Indeed," said the fair maid. is above was that ho had Important business "I eupposo royal etiquette looking In the mirror to see If It is on in Now York. Ho took along the blue print of his route, estimates and strMchL" earning capacity of tho road. It Is Calhoun has gono C. C. Smith is in St. Louis this reported that MaJ. wiht bonding comweok mnking a heavy purchase of there to consult will spring goods for tho firm of Smith panies regarding the bonds that be floated to build tho road. & Amberg. & Leave orders for wood at Smith hood of Hornby Pond. Amberg's. J. S. Mosler. Write for The Building Season Is Here... And we offer you the largest and best selected stock of LUMBER, BRICK, ROOFING PAINTS, WALL PAPER and BUILDING MATERIAL to be found in this section of the state, from which to make your purchases. Our prices are right; if you don't believe, let us figure on your next bill. DODDS r l'J" ?fi C f " .'r THE HICKMAN COURIER "CcvtH Western Xentackt Like the Devi" Practical Fashions LADY'S WAI8T. SENTENCED TO DEATH Murderer of John Vlolett I To Pay Penalty, April 29. c SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates S1.00 per Subscription Year MAY EXTEND LINES. Vsry Probably that C. M. X G. Will Build en East. I This pretty waist has stylish revert and plaited peplum. It is a design suitable for the fashioning of a dressj waist and may be made of cashmere or silk. The rovers are of contrasting material. The wal&t Is tucked at the shoulders, front and back. At the front the tucks are released at bust depth to provide becoming fullness and In the back they run to the belt The pattern (No. E87S) Is cut In sixes from 32 to 42 Inch bust measHarry Moore was tried by a jury In ure. To make the waist In the meJudge Naylor's court yesterday and dium site will require 2y, yards of found guilty of bootlegging. He was 36 Inch material Deceased was a former resident of sentenced to 10 days In Jail. This To procure this pattern tend 10 centi Clinton and a quiet, peaceable man. U the second conviction of this man to "Pattern Department." of (Ma paper. Write name and artdresi plainly, and be since the first of the year. sure to five elie and number ot pattern. A fine opportunity for tho ladles to buy their spring suits at tho our E- la Judge Rcmley's court, since NO. 5678. opening held nt Smith & Araborg'a last issue, the following have been storo next Wednesday March 6th. NAME...... trimmed to the tune of $11.50 each TOWN. violating city ordinances: "Black for Man," J. C. New, Charlie Keys and QUARTERLY COURT. 8TOEET AND NO Charlie Nichols. STATE Regular term of Quarterly Court was held at tho court house Monday and quite a numbor ot cases disRally to Fight Tuberculosis. organisations ot vari- posed of. Nearly 2,000 ous kinds are engaged In the fight J. W. Greer vs. D. O. Halo. Greer tgalnst tuberculosis and new agencies have been formed during the past worked for Tom Carr In tho bottom year at the rate of about one a day, who had a contract for clearing land ccording to a statement by the Na- belonging to Hale.. Carr gavo an tional Association for the Study and order on Halo for 160 which was i'rettntton of Tuberculosis. These turned downJury gave a verdict to agencies Include 618 plaintiff for 155. During tho trial of issoclatlons and committees; 451 tho case tho lawyers, J. McMurry and hospitals and camps; 365 dls due F. S. Mooro had a llttlo run-in- ( nensarli'B and clinics; and 91 open-ai- r schools If to these were added 200 to a misunderstanding, but they were state and local boards of health and separated before any dasaages was a number of other Institutions, such done. as hospitals for the Insane and penal J. U. Peck vs. L. P. McClavey and Institutions making special provision for tuberculosis cases, the total num N. C. & St. L. Judgment against ber of agencies engaged In tuberculofor SIS, dismissed as to N. C. sis work would be swelled to nearly & St. L. san-itori- Tfls rumor that the 1. 0. would pur- Ium tht C. M. & 0., th ntw railroad which was finished between Hickman und Djersburg luit spring, has about died out. Instead of the now road being sold, It U very probable that 1'rcs. S. Q. Latta will push the work of extending bis road from this point on cast to Intersect the Illinois Central at some point near Clinton, going via Stubbs, or between Stubbs and Moscow.. While this information Is unofficial, we have a pretty straight tip that engineers will bo lu the field in the early spring. This Information would also indicate that the I. C. survey recently niado between Hickman and Clinton will to nothing. Any road that undertakes to build a line from hero to Clinton may de- pend upon finding some high priced rlghtotway, which will bo the princito such a venture. Sue j pal draw-bac- k a road, however, would bo a great public benefit, and the Courier will be glad to see It built. Wlllard RlchardBon, who killed John Vollett at Mllburn about a wek ago was found guilty ot murder , In the first degree at Bardwelt, Monday; and sentenced ta be electrocuted ofi Frlduy, April 29. A story of the trouble, as told tte Courier, is as follows; Saturday afternoon, February 17. Still spme good ,pnes left One good thing about a, stock likeours the late comers get something good, because there's nothing but good stuff, here. nhlio John Vlolatt was standing or th sidewalks In the business district of Mllburn. Richardson approached and passing knocked Vtolott from the sidewalk. Thinking he was In fauil an ' In order to avert possible trouble Volett npologxeild, saynlg, "Excuse me." Using an oath, Richardson pulled a revolver from his pants pocket and fired point blank. Three buljets took effect In Violet's body kllBtin him almost Instantly. Richardson was arrested shortly afterwards and taken to Bardweli,' where he was Jailed. Saturday night a mob formed at Mllburn and started for tho Cnrlislo county capital.; Richardson was then removed te Wlckllffe. Monday night It was reported that tho Mllburn people were coming to that city and tho murderer was spircted away to 1'aducah, where he was kept until Wednesday morning when he was brought back to Bardwcll to answer to the IndictRichment returned against htm. ardson later confessed that tho killing was tho result ot an old grudge. i Hart Schaffner ,& Marx clothes are always a bargain ; the prices we're quoting now on 1911 goods are so low that the bargain is that much greater. Mens Suits and Overcoats Hart Schaffner & Marx Suitt 15.50 $18.50 Suits and Overcoats. .12.50 Boys Suits and Overcoats $8.50 $7.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 Suits and Overcoats 5.50 " " ....L50 $20 to $25 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 " " .11.00 " u " ' J1 . 8.50 .. 6.50 'r " ....4.00 . " " ....3.25 ....2.75 A great many people wear medium weight clothing the year 'round. These can buy their Spring suit now at a very great saving. SMITH & AMBERG EXTEND THE AGE LIMIT RUSH CREEK. ITEMS C. A. Bondurant lost homo Saturday. a flno I , ,e4MIN(KJla?e9LHiBl L "frjBiClfcm Bro. Bowls will preach at school .hqusojit Cayco Sunday rut.' 'BBf BKsjSjjSSMT7r.t BOY SCOOTS iwA SB -- 9r Jlfci1 fAl Miss Clara Clark and llttlo I or visited Mr., and Mrs. Price II Sunday, Miss Mary Bondurant, of Btu visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bond Tuesday Misses Llzzlo and Stella I)u returned from Clinton nftcr a Kill days visit. 2.000. A vQk1' 'l" TKyt'T-rtv-j-JBJ- DR. SAENZ PENA. President of Argentina A Resolution Kept. "What are you going to swear off this yenrr J. J. C. Bondurant vs. R. II. Kirk. Judgment for defendant for costs. Scat & Carpenter vs. Leo Line Steamers. Dismissed settled. Farmers State Bank vs.. Judgment for plaintiff for R. H. Kirk 111.80. m!IbWLut1AIBa4wKb10ubC)uCWv i Taxes." yT ftLtK''uMBBiBPnlllEn T-i-f rS 3srTTffl Iff IfilH 9iH m fV I Arthur Hamilton, of Unloti ' Ten n., visited Llnnlo Bonduran' day night. Miss Ulvlan Blnkley, of near ton, Is vIsltlnK Mrs. Drover I' this eck. C. A. Bondurant spent .Moml.i Hickman mi business for the Milling Co. Jcsso Glldowell vs. ,W. A. Williams and J. M. Kirk. Judgment for plaintiff for 30. Scat & Carpenter vs. A. P. Mllb et al. Judgment for plaintiff for J23.S0. R. L. Jeter vs. Wiley Thompson. Judgment for plaintiff for 120. son. I jLftHlPBmiBBiBHiBBBll Seat & Carpenter vs. Wiley Thomp Judgment for plaintiff for (3.25. Judg-zne- Miss Lorenu Davis gavo tho people a party Saturday ulght reported a flno tlmo BouduranL who Is a' at Martin spent a days nt homo last week, tak futy days rtst between tho co i having finished bookkeeping. Ing school W. C. Ralnoy vs. Will Burns. for plaintiff for $16. Johule CPRING illness is caused by the change of the J. P. Moore vb. B. S. Elliott. Judg- roent for plaintiff for 39. Seat & Carpenter vs. Judgment for Plaintiff. DIco Moving Pictures Saturday Classes properly night. Itlvcr is rising. Moving seasons. It' takes the form of bad colds of skin eruptions of those many sickly conditions you' see all around you every day. If you have a bad Spring cold take Jackson. filled at Brooks Jewelry store. B, O. Halo mado a business trip to Seat & Carpenter vs. Tom Williams Nashville, yesterday. Judgment for plaintiff for $8.55. Hubbard Bros. vs. J. C. Calhoun. vs. Capsacold and Tarpine edy for running at the nose and eyes, for that cough and for that tightness in the chest. Guaranteed to give relief if taken accoiding to directions. Price 25c each. But whether you have a cold or not, nature demands that you take one of our Spring tonics : Judgment for plaintiff. Will Watson rem- FOUND 3 keys on chain; this notico and get them. pay for Jim Wolsefer. The two tanken together, alternately, form a sure Judgment for $0.50. suits next Wednesday, March Smith & A special opening of ladles spring Cth. Judgment for plaintiff. J. J. Rono vs. J. R. Sparkman. Judg- - Amberg. J. J. Rono vs. Chas. Huff, ment for plainUff. There Is a stray red and black spot od malo hog at my placo, which tho owner can huvo by paying for this ad and some feed. M, A. McDanlol2p "The school bill which passed the House Friday has at least two good features namely, that third class certificates for teachers bo dona n- wny with and that teachers bo not paid on tho census per capita basis but upon tho attendanco basis. As to the third class certificates tho House took tho sound position that a person wno cannot mane ueuer than CS per cent grado on examina tion for a teachor's certificate should not bo employed to teach In tho public schools. As to tho basis ot payment, It is a notorious fact that In somo districts there aro frequently not more than 25 per cent of tho children shown by the encsus In attendance at school, and so In a district puwhere a teacher has twonty-tlv- e pils ha Is paid for one hundred. Nyal Iron Tonic Bitters Nyal Spring Sarsaparilla It drives impurities out of the blood and makes the akin once more clear and healty. It tones up the whole body and gives that feeling of perfect health which makes life worth living. Price $1.00 per bottle. Why suffer? A beautiful lino of ladles spring suite on display next Wednesday, March 6, at Smith & Ambergs. Mrs. W. L. Holm returned Tuesday night from a visit in Nashville. Will Spradlin, tho Fulton contrac tor, was hero on business yesterday. W. H. Baltzer will leave Sunday for St. Louis to purchase spring good for his firm. W. F.. ontgomery Is putting new shelving in his building occupied by Sullivan Bros. Mrs. Bollo Wlllams, who haa boonl Helm & Ellison "Th Nyal Store" Homm Phone No. Maymo McCleltan entcrtnlmd -pooplo of Hush Creek i Get the best at Hickman Furniture borliood on Thursday In honor cf Co. birthday. Thoso who were pr rt del your Furniture at Hickman Fur- spent a very pleasant time. niture Co. Miss Llnnlo and Johnlo Bond W. P. Albrlttcn was hero from Ful entertained about fifty of friends in and near Cayco r ton, Monday. night at tholr homo. They all f Mrs. Llzzlo Qulgley ago 75, died cd to manifest great Interest, at Clinton, Sunday. lally to tho way tho girls chose It really begins to look as though partners. wo aro to havo another lumber yard. School closed Friday evening a' Miss Blrdlo Olover spent Sunday a very pleasant 0 months term i with her grandmother nt Wlnnburg, per cent of attendence was fcl P cont. Maymo McClellan received ' Tonn. roward in tho eight grado apel .' s Miss Alma Bugg and Virgil Ward, for receiving tho greatest i'u of near Clinton, woro mnrrled at Ful- bor of hcadmarks, Miss Mawe ton, Sunday, Iloper in tho sixth grado, Naiiu-Daviand Jcssyo Moss in Uio fotir'h 1,000 Black Locust Fence I'osts for grado and Illcbard Bransford In H sale, nt 25c each. Sea Walter Mc- third grade Tho pupils all made t oiurry, ni mcKinan. tfo markablo good grades on the f"'al Wo mako your personal appearance examination, giving themsehes fa I our business. Are you ono ot our credit for tlie six months' hard work customers! White Bros. phono 195. Pjctures Saturday night. joung 10 Cumberland No. 45 visiting her son, Bcrnle Dickie, In Mississippi since Christmas. pected home thU week. Is ex Tho spring bride will find It to her Interest to consult tho Courier In tho mattor of wedding Invitations, announcements, etc., olthcr engraved or typo form. Prices rango from 3 to $30, Including extra flno wedding cablnot stock, Inside and ouUlde en- uwvu, I jwiuiBiuuer, It Is economy to havo your cloth" cleaned and pressed. Thoy will g''0 you bettor scrvico and presont a much nicer appearanco. Our prices aro reasonable. White Bros. phouo 195. ""i mu Jewelry ot all kinds at Brooks. Tti WreS"-- ' I I I "SWKKTOHR" Overalls OURMN'S I PPMINENT PEW H 'H Hj Look ! Look ! pro- IMPORTANT PRE-INC- A FINDS assistant pro-IncLatin-America- n Dr. Hiram Bingham, ft 'H HOME-MADM t . i tr i mi E GIFT BEST ONE I lit fessor of history rta Yale university, who aet out in Juno a to And lost cities of the period in Peru, has returned quite satisfied with the results of his expedition. With him were Prof. Isaiah Dowman, geologist; Kal Hendrlcksen, topographer, and IL L. Tucker, archaeologist-engineer. The Season $7.50 Hip, $7.50 is at hand, "and note the extremet"C AA ly low prices: Goodyear Glove Brand Boots. Hip. Eagle Brand Boot, now $5.00 Knee. Goodyear Glove Brand Boot, MORE APPRECIATED THAN BOUQHT AT STORE. Some Helpful Suggestions That May Prove forTheta Undecided What to dive for Birthday Remembrance Slmpla and Easy. uiually more appreciated than an elab-orat-e gift purchased at the ahop. Here are given a few suggesuoas Mch may prove helpful. They are extremely simple to make and the "handy wewan" will experience, little difficulty in duplicating them. be considered when designing own gifts. The flrat suggestion ia for a Very often wo axe at a low to know a birthday remetn-tranc- e what to (Ire or to a friend who ia leaving for an extended trip. Soma imalt trltlo made by youraelf la u i Tho expedition found one of the loat cities covered with a cornfield on a plateau about 2,000 feet above the valley of the Illvcr Urumbamba. The explorers were attracted to the plateau by Indiana who told them of marble relica there. A goat path led from tho valley to the plateau, which waa almost surrounded by precipitous rocks. Professor Dlngham says: "We found ruins of buildings al mos palatial constructed ot white granite, or, as the Spanish despollers called It, marble, some still more than ten feet above ground. We were the first white men, I fancy, that had ever seen this city since the time of Plzarro, 400 yenrs ago. The stones of the houses were beautifully Joined and the cutting was perfect The buildings were made without mortar. Tho foundation stones were very largo, some being eight feet wide, six feet deep and twelve foet long "The city la called by tho natlvea Macchu Plchu. Tho remains aro much morn Interesting and denote a hlghor condition of civilization than the Inca relics" pro-Inc- a v.UV A A (1ft AA $5.00 Knee, Eagle Brand Boot, ,. now $2.00 Overshoes, now $1.75 Overshoes, now $1.25 Overshoes, now...-..-.- .- $1.00 One-ha- lf Overshoes, - teUU J I.lsj A ." rl.UV 1 1 AA "r - 13 - Qftp i'eraonal taate aad orlgtaallty way your letter-ban- KAISER A BUSINESS MAN tiring worker, and loves work better than all else except his army. Nobody can be In Wllhclm's employ, whether he occuplea an Important position In v the army or Is servant la the royal ss household, and be an Idler. Ills rational mode of living la one of the main reasons for his ability to do so much work. Though he has a beautiful palace In Herlln the royal family live most of the time at Pots,'Wi dam, a suburb, so that the emperor can work quietly. He goes Into the g city every day by meana ot a auto car. He meeta the empress at eight o'clock and they breakfast together. The meal usually consists of coffee, rolls, butter and cold meat Dy 8:30 he la seated at his desk In hla atudy, which belongs to hla royal suite, whore he has absolute quiet Here he la awaited by hla adjutants. A glance at the room shows that this Is a "business office," not a lounging room for a king. On the wall aro hung a few Interesting but simple pictures. The polished floors are covered with a few handsome rugs, and there are several tables used for documents and typewriters. The secretary Is always ready for work when the emperor reaches his desk at 8:30. He la a hustler In tho fullest sense of the word, and has such an appreciation for American energy that when he wishes to compliment Americans he aars, "I can uso only Americana for my work." He Is a thorough business man, and baa atudled all the important Industries of Europe and America. V-ifa fast-flyin- There are alwaya some few leC If all the rulers of Europi should bid for the title of "business" monarch, It would undoubtedly go to the emperor (ft Germany. He Is an un- tkn a The above goods will be sold under a antee and strictly CASH. guar-- ' H. E. CURLIN t HOUSE OF QUALITY FOURTEEN MENTIONED. Outlook For Candidates For Sheriff Promising- There will bo lively times in Fulton county If all thoso mentioned as probablo candidates mako tho race for sheriff. The dear old voter will be courted to a frazzle and a sickening odor from tho campaign cigar will permeate tho air. At present there aro only fourteen prospective candidates who havo been urged and urgedby friends, to enter tho contest for sheriff, but wo have hope, since tho primary hns been set a year further off, that others will yet respond to tho call to come to tho county's political rescue. If those now In sight run, nnd all pull down something like an equal vote, it will rcqulro only 145 votes to elect. Hero aro tho names of those who havo been mentioned up to tho hour of going to press. A. Q. Klmbro, Hickman. Frank Chambers, Cayce. Pat Henry, Stato Line. Bailey Huddleston, Fulton. John Thompson, Fulton. Chnrlle Beadles, Lodgton. Davo Morgan, Sassafras llldgo. Sid Haniby, Hickman. G. I.. Carpenter, Hlckmnn. Tom Prathcr, Stnto Lino. Jim Powell, Lodgton. H. N. Seat,' Lodgton. Charlie Hill, Lodgton. Morgan Davidson, Lodgton. Among thoso who will seek tho county Judgeship according to rumor nVo J. W. Naylor, II. F. Itemley, 'Hickman Walter McMurraj and Esq. J. W. Williams, Cayco; Esq. It. A. Hrowder Fulton; and Esq. A. M. Shaw, Stato Lino. Aspirants for tho office of County Attorney aro mentioned as follows: T. N. Smith, Fulton; Sam Elliot, Fulton; and J. W. Itoney, Hickman. Tho office of County Clerk will not lack for candidates either, If rumor has the names and number right S. T. Roper and Russell Johnson, Hlckmnn; W. E. .Matlock, Crutchfleld and Mnurlco Dillon, Fulton. V would be a welcome gift. oral of cardboard la carefully and neatly covered with silk or satin. The edge It nnlahvd with 'fine allk cord. A pretty flower design done In tercolors decorate the top. Narrow hlte elaitlo ia attached to the oral and firmly bolda the letters la a neat packet. Tale yellow satin, decorated with pink roses, make an attractive letter I teri f desire to keep. A dainty let-terba-i An band. They may be neatly lettered. "Paid lulls," "Old Lettera," "Unanswered 1 otters." or as your fancy desires. A pair of pretty bangers for a blouse ould be appreciated by any one. When going away for th week-enthe suitcase will not permit taking the large hanger. These may be fastened to the freshly laundered blouse, which may be pack ed without requiring any additional d space. Two loops of narrow satin ribbon 24 Inches long are attached separato-l- y to safety pins. The ribbon ia decorated with & Any smaller design done with watercolors. tint la lovely used for these "hang ers." A strawberry ahaped emery bag ia pretty made from allk and decorated with tiny flowere. It la much more dainty and attractive than the conventional "red strawberry" emery. The- next design la a bodkin bolder. A pleoe of narrow ribbon la folded together and atltcbed up at the aides. The top la turned down and finished by two rowa of stitching. Through this la run a piece of baby ribbon which drawa together, forming; a tiny bag for the bodkla. A decoration painted with water colore adorns this fairylike bag. The last suggestion la for a bag to contain the powder puff. It is faah - Miss Ellen M. Stone who, ten years ago, while a missionary In Bulgaria, waa for six months a prisoner In the hands ot brigands, who held her and her companion, Mrs. Katerlna Steph-anov- a Tsllka, for ransom, Is arranging to return to Turkey In tho capacity of a missionary. Miss Stone la completely recuperated In mind and body from her terrible experience of a decade ago. Miss Stone says she Is Interested In some pending legislation in cond gress and that as soon as this is she will go abroad. She ia very hopeful for the future of Christian missions in Turkey. Miss Stono ia not afraid to return to Turkey. "I want to see young Turkey," she says. "I am interested In tho attempt of tho party to rise out of the ruck and embrace modern civilization. I want to help Christianize tho Turks." In Sentembcr. 1901. Miss Stone waa one of a party of sixteen porsona traveling from Samakof to Salonlca. Near Tamoko they were held up by brigands. Fourteen of the party were released, to a but Miss Stone and Madame Tsllka wero hold captive and carried oft tlrao. mountnln lair. The brlganda demanded $110,000 for their release at the ImpliIt was asserted that tho affair was a plot hatched by Bulgaria to cate Turkey In a diplomatic brawl with the United States. Bet-tie- c TO BRAVE BRIGANDS AGAIN "Undo Joe'a" crown and sceptro will also bo sought by thoso who would sign themselvos "Jailer of Fulton County." Besides Uuncle Joe Noonon, others who would like to reside in Hickman and preside over tho now (?) Jail arc J. L. Buckingham, State Line; Joo Ferguson, Lodgton, and Chas. Murchlson, Lodgton, and Hub Lewis, Cayco. This gives us a prospect of 33 candidates In the next county campaign, with tho coroner's offlco yot unsought, and County Superintendent of Schools without opposition. Tho grand total may reach 60 before the Salt River packet sails again. No. 91. Tho J. H. Travis residence In Southern Heights. Built only a short time ago; ample room, bath, electric lights, telephone, waterworks, good garden, stable and other outbuildings, lot GGxlDO, level and all Circumstances under good fence. force a sacrifice of- - $500 or $600. To do business quick, $100 down, balance on time. The best bargain you will ever find in Hickman real estate. Meningitis, which has caused so many deaths in Texas and other western states In tho past fow months has reached Fulton county. The inDenny Cummins, at fant child of Fulton died from its effect Monday. Health' authorities claim tho disease Is contnglous, and Texas cities wore rigidly quarantined. Is tho national remedy for Tuberculosis. It your lungs aro weak yot; should begin at once to take It will not require so much ot tho medicine to cure you In the early stages ot con sumption. For sale In Hickman by Helm & Ellison. Antl-Phyml- n Antl-Phyml- THREAD DOES SLEUTM Wn?.K Milwaukee Merchant Devises a Clever Scheme to Oct Rid of a Troublesome Shoplifter. The manager of a local department store took an efficacious method of ridding himself of a troublesome petty shoplifter recently. The woman baa been coming Into the Btore and picking up a small remnant, spool of thread, thimble or other article that happened to be lying about, having little Intrinsic value, but being nevertheless a source of annoyance to both the clerk and the management of the position of the woman. It waa undesirable to institute aa action. A few days ago the manager took a pool of Bilk from the ca'e. fastened the loose end of the th.ead with a tack, and allowing a bit f slack, left It upon the counter It v.jj not long before hla party arrived and deftly dropping the spool Into ner shopping bag. started out The manager detached the loose end and followed her up the street, a few yards in the rear. He trailed her Into another downtown store and, as she was stalling besldo a counter in the midst of 'a crowded array of bargain seekers, approached her, calmly winding his thread and politely said: "Madame, 111 trouble you for that pool of thread." What followed can be moro easily imagined than described. He got the thread and has not been troubled with losses since, nor have the other stores, so far as may be learned. Milwaukee Freo Press. De-cau-se CORUM SHELTON. lonod ot aatln ribbon, the corners rounded. A design of flowers done with water-color- s artistically decorates tho bag. Every one of these .makes a lovely little remembrancer and costs almost nothing. They may bo fashioned from "odds and ends" ot allk and ribbon much too small for anything else. f ! i Pho" VEGETABLES PRODUCE . ti. moore FRUITS Miss Elizabeth Coram was quietly married Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock to Mr. Carl L. Shclton, the ceremony being performed by Eld. J, H. Ross nt the home of tho brtdo's parents Mr. and Mrs. N, J, Corum, of Greenfield, Tenn. A young hurricane visited this sec Princeton, N. X John Grlcr The bride Is well known in Hick-o- f tion Sunday afternoon, but no serious Ph. D., LL. D., professor ot loglo her llfo here and has many friends damage is reported. In Graves, our who wish her a long and happy life. and philosophy at Princeton univerfourteenth many houses sity, has been elected the neighboring county, Tho groom is but slightly known president of the Institution by thowero damaged, chimneys blown down, In Hickman but Is a flno young busivote of the board of trusunonlmous trees razed, roofs blown off, etc. ness man ot Greenfield and Is to bo tCCB Wilson, who He succeeds Woodrow On rural routes only The Hick-m.- n congratulated upon winning Miss accept resigned October 20, 1910, to for his brldo. Courier and Dally Memphis Comgoverthe Democratic nomination for years old. mercial Appeal (except Sunday) for la fifty-onnor. Dr. Illbben only 14.00. Many names had been considered Tho Courier wishes to thank R. by tho board at various times, includWo nre Informed that a young farm- Guy Robblns, one ot Mayfleld's promising that of Dr. Hlbben. er of this vicinity will Boom blossom ing yong attorneys and a son of Dr. Hlbben Bald that ho accepted Judgo J. E. Robblns, for an interest-ln- c of Princeton with a out as a veterinary. the presidency little volume entitled "The May-fiel- d as well ns one of feeling of gratitude ATTENDED Fortune's Witch Hazel Cream for Bar," of which young Robblns deep responsibility. He said he wantrough and chapped skin for sale at Is author. The work Is Indeed creditunderstood that all factional ed it feeling and strife had been eliminated able and possesses moro than passing Phont 6SS Cowglll's Drug Btore. . Offle Phong ail at Princeton, and ho felt he could eninterest. Tho Baptist Ladies Aid Society will ter hla new office with no fear of controver-.ii- i meet with Mrs. E. C. Rice on Thurshindrance because of any Water Valley has two cases of D. V. H. day, March 4th. amoni: membera of the faculty small pox the first of the season "D Immedtafel Graduate and Licensed election Dr. Hlbben was summoned before tho You have no Idea the values that Tho patients aro Clifton Lawrence aft Green library, where ho took tho oath of office Schmidt the Tailor has In spring suit- and Joe Owens. the Chancellor flood ot was demonstrated ' 'the new president Bent to Dr. Hlbben by the all parts ings $18 to $40. from mcBsages'S congratulations that were All one year for $1.90 Tho HickTENNESSEE UNION CITY, . . . country and by a huge undergraduate celebration. FOR S(ALE: Good marc, buggy man Courier, Mothers Magazine, Modoftha graduated in Onlce llcece Alexander's nam Clark, Hick-I- P ern Prlscllla and the Peoples Home nr Hlbben was born in Peoria. 111. In 1801. After being that InsUtu-SSiiin- ti and harness. E. C. Theological seminary. From the Journal. man. fa was raduU4 la 1U7. the Uolvrslty of Berlin, wher. NEW PRESIDENT OF PRINCETON HID-be- Co-ru- m e Calls Promptly R. GEO. H. ALLEN .? Si - .r' -- J, !i n ";w wmw iSfKUPwssFfiSiSP CIRCUIT COURT. Practical Fashions LA CiVS OVERBLOUSE. BBSS BBSS SSI BBSS: of XI.. . ,..v, ..,,, ..- - T. r. .... ' 11, j11, wueele on account for $297.95. -, t.l W. C. Bryant Merc Co &. Suit Sal I bbbI tour Money E&ck if Not Satisfed I Wm I r568a An overblouse li a clever addition to any woman's wardrobe. With 1U us the effect of several dlffernt towns la given where there waa only one garment originally. The design here Illustrated la made in one piece, closing at the left side. It is finished with a straight pep am. The material to be used must match the skirt with which the blouse Is to be worn. The pattern (No. E680) Is cut In sixes from 32 to 42 Inch bust measure. To make the overblouse In the medium site will require 134 yards of 36 inch material. To procure le "Pattern Writ asms cure to civ I B Ellison's Grocery Meat Shop AND I I I I I I I I I I bbbbbbbI Sam Salmon vs. Geo VaieW .. Appeal from ourt..i- - .... al. Salmon contracted lth tho ,ma... to furnish a bunch of Italians t0 cut um ior aim. ne claims ho paid ,11 that was due defendant, and ii brought in a counter claim tbat tit ties were not up to specification. and that ho had to soil them at 4 loss. Tho Jury in tho lower court found for tho Italians In the sum ti 381. II. T. Davis vs. Ernest Haydon. Plaintiff had to pay a noto on afci ho was security and is suing to recover tho amount 100 8. L. Dodds ot al vs. Stud'rbiitr Corporation of America Pnuff saya in hla petition that he bourtt three KMF automobiles from def-- e. dunt and ono Flanders 20 was sutiiu-tuteIn tho order. Plaintiff r, t tbo 20 and samo has failed to gift satisfaction and run right, and tuiai tho compaany haa failed to make U car run. They sue for 110,6 2; I I I I j. 11. m unor vs. J. w. Eaton on note, amounting to f 311 cv Sail Variety Store , S. M. Andorson vs. Prude And. sou. Suit for divorce, alUxing Couple wore inrr:.i tt April 1S92. Hub Anderson vs. Fred cd. They were married Oct 31, 1910. Aud-rte- Suit for dhorco, abandontnem hm. In T nDrw thli pattern tend 10 enti Department." of this piMr. and address plainly, and be slse and number of pattern. ruc 6680. size. NAajSi..H.MtMMMHiMimiii mWNtHMMtW.HWIIIllHWWMW STREET AND NO sTATS... eetllleSIMtaaaiMH I .. I ... I iiii ibbbbbbI Aucn vs. nonry au. for divorce. Abandonment 1. Kitty Bel man vs. Silas P. j.ul Suit for dl'vorco. They wire uur-iIn 'his county Dec 9, 1909 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Timi Puilucah, were guests of n.. sister, Mrs. A. M. Tyler tht Everything for the Table and for Household Use. i , ra ..i Meaning of Advertising. ' The primary object of the merchant who advertises In today's newspaper, 'says the Philadelphia Record, la to ,sell the goods that are now on his shelves and counters. The secondary object Is to sell the goods that will come into his store next week, next month, next year. The merchant should never lose sight of the secondary object of his advertising. Each day's ad must be a substantial addition to the foundation of his store's reputation. The cumulative effect of dally advertising Is to make such an Impression upon every newspaper reader that U he does not want any of the advertised articles Immediately, he will eventually be made to want them. and will have his mind made up In advance as to where he had better buy them. Frame your advertising with a view to Instant results, but count confidently on an extra dividend In the shape of future results. B bbbbbbbI 1 bbbbbbbI bbbbbbbI Tho W. O. W. had a ouii,, ts itmeeting last night. v DlaL Mgr. Atkins ( dates. present and assisted In Uk tu'i b.ra bbbbbbbI llen Boldln and Miss Y'.txai- - Hill wcto married at the re ski-1i'm brtdo'a father, tA. J Ha. d yesterday Hickman, aft io if Judo W. A. Nay lor Mr Ik. it employed In the C M A o " Deed .rV were recorded in k "wa of County Clerk Roper this I "s property owners In Fui'.i ;.l Tnlted States for lot upor ' the new custom house Is u J 6 1.00 aa paid for the iripr ti-- 40;MHK) ) When you prepare your copy If you can get four lines In It that will make your reader think four lines more you get so much space free. Dont crowd too much matter Into little space. It Is not understandable to the layman, and he doesn't take the time, anyway, to go through the thing verbatim-Ar- thur Brisbane. . that la memorable for lta color effect had a foundation skirt ot Miss Pearl Williams la visiting relavery pale pearl gray satin, and over tives in Mnrlanna, Ark this were used two layers of cornEd May, of WinKO, visited relatives The Mississippi at this point "has flower blue chiffon, the under one a shade darker than the upper one. The In this vicinity last week been r,,,n raP,dl for tho Pa,t threo outside chiffon gown was a brilliant Prof. J. T. Warren, of Martin, ulll days, and a big water Is now In green. The only trimming was 'an sight. The Cairo guage shows 37 edge of flat metallic blue and green deliver a kcturo on Sunday Schools bends around the skirt draperies, and at Brownsville Baptist Church Sun feet, rising 3 feet at that point In waist finish. The Irides- uay morning. Evcrywxiy coruiaiiy in ' the past 24 hours. There Is enough cent play of lights as the wearer vlted to atttend. moved reminded one water In sight now to reach 45 feet, of a butterfly's wing. of the shimmer , Jim Wilson, of Union City, visited or the flood stage. It Is predicted In this vicinity tthls wcok. that the water will go over 45 feet, Lace and Velvew A very dainty and new fashion of but just how much cannot be preMrs. W. A. Johnston and children treating lace of an openwork pattern returned Saturday from n visit with dicted at present. Is to insert under round motifs raised People with Interests at stake In flowerlike designs of velvet On a relatives in Brownsville, Tenn gown of gray crepe adorned with lace low lands had better get busy. Hollls Kirk went to Cralgs Landing the bodice had applications of rose this morning. velvet under the lace rose designs. A fine baby girl arrived at the With a touch of tbo same velvet at Llgo Omnn'l hero from Tipton-vlllhomo of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thro'-kcl- neck and wrists the effect was charmtoday. this morning at 5 o'clock. The ing. proud "pop" Is all smiles. From i cross-ove- r o HIGH WATER COMING. Danger Mark Will Be Reached This Week. A gown A Striking Gown. BROWNSVILLE. I aJBjBjBj1IVj(jBjBjBjllBllllaBaaacalaB sssssssssssssssr 1 1 ssafl safU ssslt BsVBIssssssssssssI I I & H ' Viir Ilenorta from tlm bctllnl' this morning are 0 feet that Mr. Dillon restf d .i ' last nlnlit. and If lher Urn. In hla condition it se tx n t Mavor I" fur the bettor. nneumnnln ami haa ! n m ' hla bed for more than two - Dillon J t- I & St depot for use n Ing a now depot or waitu., r the belt lino In Kasl Hkk" Htructure, of course, wi i t small nffalr, and for the a lion of passengora waltirs ' C lumber U now ston-- a j N t 1 It I f J Catchy Advertising. cart from which ha peddled Wienerwurst sausage. One day he saw on a bake wagon: MYou POULTRY WANTED. need a biscuit." It struck him as a We will load poultry at State Line, good advertisement, so he painted on his cart: "You neod a biscuit, but you Thursday, March 7. Highest market prices. See circulars or telephone need a wiener wurst." for prices. A. M. SHAW. When Care Is Advisable. "It took Branscomb six months to Harold OoBow Is on the sick list. make up his mind concerning the kind of an automobile he would buy." The Leo Line wharf has been aban"Yes, and I understand that he had high water, and known his wife only two weeks before doned on account of the boats are now landing up town, they were married." "Well, buying an automobile U a discharging their freight In the street. serious thing." Postmaster J. T. Stephens received a messago yesterday saying that his Treatment for Lice. Shaw, d A and effective treat- brother, W.. P. Stephens, of Miss., is not expected to live, and hai ment for Uce, especially for young chicks, is greasing the head and neck been hurried to Memphis for treat of the chicken with lard or sometimes ment. Mr. Stephens will leave for with lard and sulphur. The latter, Memphis tonight. however, should never be used on vrx young chicks. Ed Matheny Is back after an extended visit with Union City relatives. Ed will start a new meat market in Laying Hens. To make them lay, keep them com- West Hickman some time during fortable and busy but don't overfeed March. He was, until a short tlmo More pullets refoso to lay from be- ago, connected with the firm of Ma- ing overfed than underfed. Our pul- tlicr.y Bros. & Plant. lets get two regular feeds a day, hot nash In the morning, grain for sup-e- r, Mrs. W. H. Heath, who has been with a scratch at noon. running the La Clede Hotel for tbo post three years will leave SaturUnsettled, probably day for Mabel Hi'll Mo., to Join her WEATHER: husband. This excellent lady retires rain or snow today. Friday clearing from the hotol business on account and cold. of the property being bought by J. O. The local coal barons have a cheer- West who expects to run. the hostelry himself. Mrs. Heath has made many ful meln this morning the snow have friends In Hickman who regret very, that they will still I much that she is to leave us.. MOUmntIsT t ttw prtUe A Dutchman had a time-honore- feminine point of view this Ittllo Miss is very fortunate, as she will not hare a birthday for four years. Sj&L j If You A want (The planet Neptune roes around the aun In 1st of our rears.) 'The holidays' fierce shopping strife Comes only once In each man's life! But once he seta ties from his wife On Neptune iDut oh. It laata for fourteen years The seaaon that uplifts and cheera And sets the household by the ears On Neptune. ... Ah. hoir 1llirMfif Iff And how 'tis filled with heartfelt aite-T- he coal bill people seldom see On Neptune. Dut oh. when comes the time for ooal It mUlt be one that trU It,. ...! Full forty years they pay the toll On Neptune. BIj well-nurs- XaJEtASWl LAUNDRY -- AT- R. L. Bradley Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Price J real Bargain in Job Printing mkWmmmmVk sssssssssslsssssslssssslssissss"2 A. Home in Hickman Look up our List No. 9I. Houaecleanlng la no time of dread when folks eat dinner on the bed- -It comes each forty years Instead On Neptune. But oh, one must think once or twice About the cost of summer's Ice, 3Tull forty years they boost the price On Neptune. See V$ Before By presidential years unvexed The Neptune folks live unperplexed Blx hundred years yet till the next On Neptune. But oh. think of some boom When Teddies tn the distance loom They last until the crack of doom On Neptune. Goiar Eke- wfcere static nery fir your business JPe are here to serve you with anythttig in the line of printed and personal use. D Letter Heads DDD Jlnlc of all tha Joy and blla. Of all the bother that they miss; Btyles change each forty years, I wl. On Neptune. Tut. tutl Thoush Neptune's far away The women's styles chance every day Twouia do a man no good to stay On Neptune. Bill Heads Cards Eavelopea Weddinft Invitations Posters or Announcements Of All Kinds yw, Mrs. J. T. Stephens has noslnnnnrl Indefinitely tho party she expected to have next Tuesday evening. The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT . 7tS ' -- Greater Farm Efficiency If you want to sell your I Decreasing Cost of Machinery Repairs I Br PROF. TRADI H Jt C A. OCOCK. Wltcontln CetUf ofAgrhutwn I SkjT "a l90a r "Y " v' r l"CE 0' Land or WANT BOOK. Amount to Ordtr 1 1 8 Ittr Nurab.r an Zmpltmint plug--i A Handsome Coit j.oo Dc. e, MU. Pliton rlnn do. P IKS 1M B Bpark ..Oci 1 dot. Common cltvli i. h. For ilncl Corn Kin h. p. disk hrrow a gt aniln aiUon sang- ngins Wtnud Whtn .. ZOO House and Lot List It with H CM 1 Bharca ....,....Dtr DerJn binflr - ihrddr. treei too too ... JO 1.00 j.oo tOdaya SOdaya ( moa. Mdara Mdaya Mdara Frock... will look more distinctive in the dress parade tdaya M. B Shaw ' MmM re VtfV 'TT- -- - P3S ments cost so much and that there were a number of repairs for several of these. That these Implements were bo many years old, and were probably worth only about half of what they were- at first. Possibly ho had bought some of theso second-hand- , and had never kept any record of the money Invested In farm machinery. Farming being a business, should be run on business principles, if one is to know where he is making or losing money. So with tho machinery the first cost and repairs should be recorded and a strict account kept of all p labors involved In the of the different farm machines. This can only bo done by regular business methods. Tbo operator of the small farm may feel that this Is not important, and from bis point of view It may not bo. Yet actual experience shows that unless some records are kept in operating a farm it is extremely difficult to - of tbo total amount of money invested In farm machinery. It you were to ask John Smith bow much his farm machinery was worth he would be unable to answer you. He would probably tell you that the different Imple- Shett from a Farmers' "Want Book." Few fanners havo a definite Idea will furnish the necessary Information, as, "One machine bolt 2H inches by Inches." This, with others which may be required, may be purchased in one order, which will probably result . in a saving of While this syatom may seem at first thought somewhat cumbersome, a glance at the suggested sheet will show that It wll in the end save timo and money, and at the same time dispenses with worry and aggravation at a very busy season of the year. When the repairs and special bolts have arrived, take them with an extra supply of bolts, nuts and split cotters and a kit of tools. Proceed with the work as occasion permits, and in a short time all of the home work is completed. The work usually done at the village shop should bo noted and the list left in a convenient place so that no extra time Is required in locating It and arranging for tho work. Borne farms are fortunate enough to have their own shop, and where such conditions exist it is not necessary to take the plow shares to the village for sharpening, but this and many oth er kinds of such work can be done at great- home. The large farms-havln- g one-half- of Easterday than any other form of attire. If you want one made absolutely right in fit and style you'll do well to have us send your correct measure to , sshS' Three-Butto- n Frock, No. 793 Ed. V. Price & Co. Merchant Tailors, Chicago By placing your order now you'll be sure to have the clothes on time for fo yyaqort Pec 3 Broken Reach ftov RenewtJ Tire 03t JlA&n the style event of April 7th. Don't delay seeing the woolens at our store. Prices very reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. gARGAINS that are bargains Hov not old 302. July Purchased' SetfA 5ha.rbnt7)Sh.ns 3 To & Broken BoteTerRen IfO to Qoyi4 Pi ore Cost" I for These Men Auj 6 StTinQ Four 3o $" jRsTvm Baltzer & Dodds D. Q. Co. Incorporated. The Store That Leads. Jj$j stock with new price tickets on. Every pro-portio- acres of to fable) piovYt'nf loo I00Z2 - in while waiting for repairs Is the causo for a still greater loss. Tho Ume loss The only way to convince yourself of the in many cases might be dono away value of these great bargains is to come inwith It moro caro was exerted In overhauling tho machinery during the winfor to this store today and inspect them ter season, when farm work is somewhat slack. Many farmers make a yourself. You need not buy unless you practice of making some repairs durwant to. ing tho winter, but thoro is a greater majority who never feel that it in worth while to spend time to do such work, but believe they will havo Ume enough in the spring or beforo it Is time to use the machine again. As a Some Special Bargains : rule, tho work ia not dono until the machine or Implement should be in $25.00 Davenport $ 2.75 tho field, which ought not to bo the $18.00 Oak Beds 1.00 case. The repairing, to bo done at 15.00 Beds 10.00 DiningChairs tho loast expense and loss of tlmo 16.00 should bo done in the winter, or at 15.00 Wardrobes 12.00 Buffets least most of it Thero aro some Implements that one might find difficult to repair, especially in somo of the machinery sheds which are found on farms. machinery shed and a With a E. E. REEVES, Mgr. Next Door to P. O. work shopgood one end where a stovo at could be set up to take the chill from the air, thl work might be handled very nicely with litUe if any discom fiture, even in the coldest weatner. Thara will bn a rreat many stormy days when little If any work can be done out of doors, when tho worn iu the shop can be very satisfactorily carried on. Where the repairs cannot be readily put In tho respective places, cards should bo attached, to the broken part and everything put In readiness for the time when the machine is taken from the shed. I am now thinking of the grain harvester, which Is frequently behind many of the We don't carry everything under the sun, but we smaller machines, making It rather difficult to got at for repairing. In do handle the best of every thing. to eat including, tho caso of the grain and corn harvester a good plan to follow Is to of course, our famous mako a note of such parts as show severe wear and order these ports for the coming season. A "want book" and a box of shipping tags Bhould be a part of the guaranteed. Every sack equipment of the farm office. In the book should be made a notation of the A share of your business solicited. Phone No. worn or broken part, and with it the letter and number, thus: "For the grain horvesier, binder driver dog H. article in the store it marked down to cost or near cost How to Keep a Record of Cost and Repair f Different Farm Implement by Mean of a Card System. This great annual sale helps us to clear the goods which we know on what money la being aaved er requirements will naturally require. have overstocked, and brings down stock to the right more machinery, so that tho ono in and made. not Many of the goods have just come in and ail are To keep farm machinery In repair ia charge of the machinery should supno small Item, and frequently tlmo lost lose sight of tho fact that a large the latest style and best make. being delayed during a busy period ply of common repairs Is better than to be out half of the SALESMEN WANTED to look If you have consumption, Catarrh our Interest in Fulton and adja bo discouraged. will positively cure con- cent counties. Salary or commission. For Adress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, sumption, catarrh and asthma. lp sale in Hickman by Helm & Ellison. O. or Asthma do not AnU-Phymi- n Get here early have first choice Hickman Furniture Co. GROCERIES and FRESH MEATS Ume, thus caus ing unnecessary delays In tho farm operations. The stock of duplicate parts to bo ordered should be for sickle sections, for mowers and binders, also sickle heads and pttmans for the mowers. lUrots, wearing plates, ledger plates, guards, eta, or any such list as seems necessary to prepare for the necessary farm machines. Any one who Is at all Interested in farm machinery should be able to devise eomo plan which would greatly facilitate the handling and repairing of the farm machinery. To Insure the greatest efficiency of plow, cultivators and all such Im plements, it is a good plan to cover the face of the moldboards and shovels with a good grade of heavy machine oil or a fair grade of hard oil. This treatment will keep tho wearing surfaces free from rust, so that tho extra work of scouring these implements In tho spring will be done away with. To get the greatest returns for money invested in farm implements one must have as few delays as possible. In keeping before you tho first cost and repairs of the different farm implements, a few cards as here shown will be of great help. In this way you can quickly find how much your wagon, mower, or any Implement has cost since it was purchased. The depreciation can also be more quickly calculated, and In many ways this will assist in determining tho gross earnings of tho farm each yoar. This card system might be carried still further by adding to It a double column at the right, the extra column showing tbo amount of work or the value of the work done with each implement This is shown on card describing gang plow. Read About These Three Girls. How Sick They Were and How Their Health Was Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Appleton, Wis." I tako pleasure in writing you an account of my sickness. I told a friend of mine how I felt and she said I had female trouble and stoSS advised mo to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla Compound, as sho had taken it Herself for tho samo trouble with wonderful results. I had been sickly for two years and overworked myself, and had such bad feelings every month that I could hardly walk for pain. I was very nervous and easily tired out and could not sleep nights. I had dizzy spells, and pimples came on my face. But I have taken your Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has restored my health. 1 think it is tho best medicine in existence." Miss Cecilia 31. Bauek, 1101 Lawrence St, Appleton, Wis. A SCHOOL TEACHER'S GRATITUDE: Geneva, Iowa. "I havo been teaching school for some years and I havo neglected my health because I was too busy with my work to attend to myself properly. I suffered greatly every month and was on the verge of a nervous breakdown. "I wrote to you about my condition and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tho Blood Purifier as you recommended. These remedies have dono wonders for mo and I can highly and widely recommend them to every suffering woman." Miss Minnie Shaver, II. F. p. No. 1, Geneva, Iowa, co Sam Erickson. A COLORADO GIRL'S CASE: Montrose, Col. "I was troubled very much with irregular periods. Sometimes two months would elapse. I suffered severe headache, was weak and nervous, could eat scarcely anything. "I took both Lydia E. l'mkham's vegetable compound ana liiooa Purifier and tho result was wonderful. I feel like another person. "I think your remedies aro tho best on earth and cannot express my thankfulness to you for what they havo dono to me. I help my neighbors when they aro sick, and I shall always recommend your medicines." Miss Ella McCandless, Montrose, Col. , -- j'':,,,t, F'"i 'Sot Snowflake Flour 74 The scheme described liero Is not entirely new, as some farmers are using methods which In some ways are similar, but the card system and day book are much handler and more economical. Ask about our coupon system if you want to save'money. Matheny & Plant Feed for Hens. Dried lawn clippings aren't much of A shipping tag with letter and num- a feed unless full of white clover. conber should then be attached to the Clover29 to the hundred pounds ash, per cent dry matter, 2.1 part to assist In quickly locating when tains repairs oro to bo put In place. The 2.9 protein and 16.4 carbohydrates. Its eamo holds true with reforence to nutrltlvo ratio is 1.5, while that of bolts. When housing the machinery wheat is 1.7. Clover dry or steamed rr,n miT not havo tho proper bolts on and mlxod with mash Is bully for hen land, but U "want book" and tag health and egga. 360." Is it not reasonable to suppose that a medicine that did so much for these girls will benefit any other girl who is suffering with the same troubles ? Does it not seem the only sensible thing to give such a medicine at least a trial ? You may be sure that it can do you no harm, and there are lots of proof that it will do you much good. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinklinm's Vogotnblo Compound 1ms been tlio standard remedy for female ills. No ono sick with woman's ailments docs Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine, inado from roots and herbs, it lias restored so many suffering women to health. s.AVrltotoLYDIAE.mKlLUIJIEMCINLCO. ssf (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for ndvlt-e- . "Your letter will bo opened, read ami answered by woman and held in Ntrlct confidence. vtVwKwWC J II l -- IV ,"'? ," ' Beat Kentucky Lump COAL Dealer In In taking advantage of theie "I think I'll have tnat run aa a pus-sl- e of In tho Sunday papers," Harry an- fers, you must take the Courier Alo with swered, grimly. "I'll say thm, though: at least one offer. For all JQUCh." O other tnnK When you do get out ou needn't be azlnea, take one "dollar Mr. Medders bowed assent and Har-oft the pri , Cherry Pectoral. too punctilious about making your rry Rooked at tho Count with consid of each cue you want ExamU, party call" makes us have great confierable admiration for hla Atnslee's Magazine and the Couri.r "This la no time for Joking control of the situation. and hli dence in it for coughs, colds, "It's the only time I've got YouTe 12.30. and All Story Magazine ukoa Ton haft seen somdlng," tht Count bronchitis, weak throats, and with them costs only fi more or a put me In a pretty mess." continued, "rich excites natural sus"I'm Just as sorry aa I eaa be, Mr. total of (3.30. BOTH PHONES weak lungs. We want you picion und distrust Ve haff all aeea Swifton. Uut look at the muddle I aa alls. Und, 01 usual, Ten suspicion Is, following we give n fw or on. u. to have confidence in k, as OlubMii- Olt,r.. The priees ineuu, taJ la." groused, Id Us like a swarm of bees Courier well. Ask your own doctor "Oh. Pre seen worse muddlea thaa on year.oueyrnr and tJiDuliliin, u"'nt-i- i "' It llghds rarerer Id pleases. Und also this," Harry answers, easily. Homebody geim stung. what experience he has had THE HICKMAN COURIER And I'm simply starving to death," He chuckled to himself, but his with it. He knows. Keep ahe said, hungrily IchucMe did not raise an echo. ONK YKAU WITH in close touch with him. "Id vould be asr for me," he said, Tin going to slip some saadwishet Alnslco's Magazine 12 33 in there for you, If the bloekadt All Story Magazine.,..,, . "to allow you to continue mlt der lm- - One of Ayer's Pills st beJiimc will csute 2j0 and doesn't lift pretty soon. Meantime, American B!ikvr.rt.,r ... U brecslons you haff rocelfcd. But I sn Increased flow of bile day produce s gentle laxative effect the following, keep away from that window aa much Amoteur Sportsman 1 , canisot allow It. Efen at der expense rormula on each box. Show It to your aa possible. Some one may happen to Amorlcaa Boy f a wrong lmbreseloa of myselluf, I doctor. He will understand at a glance. A. Catholic Qrly. Itovlow... i laee you and I'm out of explanations." American Farmer must tiff you my explanaUon vlch Dose, one pill at bedtime, Just one. 1 0 Mrs, Blasea drew back a bit from you can belief or not belief, as you Every new customer in our American Homo Journal,. xti rr u j. o. atxb on., tow.n. the window, and asked: (llke, Mr. Swltton its a man dot you Am. Grocer "Trust mel" J "Have you heard anything of my Am. Hwjo Breeder store is a New Trust know a man you Till alrnys know "1 did," sho sighed, "and lost my , t sunny smile, broke hatr Am. Journal Medical Science thr&ughoud hiss life. Me I am a compacted with a hat" the tension, but Carolyn The customer Trusts us to Harry sank down en a lawn beech A. Legal New trancher. I haff been teaching: Mr. spoiled everything by saying: almost "Yew, und I let you haff my ring, Amurlcau Motorist with a weary air. Swifton some Cherman but I resign too." supply the best Medicine "It sounds reasonable enough, but "Where have I heard of hatsT b Am. Motor New rsow as his tutor." j 1 "Bother your old ring I" ahe anthat can be prepared. The "No, nol X wont haTe that!" Harry how does it happen that Harry was so swered. "I'll give It back to you: I said. "I've ordered a hat for you. A. Ioultry Journal A. Sheep Brevdt-go Into determined no one should 1k Daphne, the daffy daffodil, U making bluffed. hate the sight of Iti" Doctor Trusts us to comthat room!" one for you. She'll have it her be- Apparol Uuzuttn "Unless yos aooept my resignation, "Oltf it to me, den," the Count whisArchitecture and Building "I haff no answer." the Count re- pered, eagerly. fore long." pound the best Medicine I cannot say Tat I viah to say," the Argosy plied. "I hnff told as much as I should "That'a dear of youl" Mr. Biases Arkauaaw Travolor. .... Count decided. "I will," ahe hesitated, "when I get possible for his patients. smiled, appreciatively. Accepting Harry's sllenoe aa a con- tell." out of here." Autotnobllo Topics j "How do you know what U easts "It looks to me as If he knew what firmation of the alleged resignation, Baseball Magazine...... . The Count swiftly dliappeared from Neither Trust is violated. Better Fruit he went, checking off his points as he you bad done, and was trying to help view as the front door opened aad he asked, grimly. Mrs. Diazes clasped her hands mel Billboard you out" Carolyn declared. made them, upon his Angers. Harry and the dsneral came down the Brann'a Iconoclast "First, Tat do we haffT Ve haff "It ill beseems me to offer advice steps. The QeaeraTa arm was across odramatically and went en: Black Cut "And I'm so worried about my hu vjaenenu maze coming nere in a in the house where I am a guest" Bluo Hook Mogazlno... band I" great rage, saying his wife Is here. said Mr. Medders, "but I might sugUookmou. He iss assured dot she lss not, und he gest to thee that we ask Harry to tell "You are! You ought te be," Harry Boot and Shoo Ilecorder. goes avay." us his side of this story later. It Is told her. "And he's worried abeut Boya Magazine you aad I'm worried about both 01 Bret-do"Verily, I told him she had not unfortunate, truly, but I do not doubt Gazotto yen. Shut the window, and Wt me Business Philosopher... been here. I saw not bar nor any that he will explain all to ua. DaughFor sale at thlnk." Caasler Magazine other woman not even that one who ter, we will remain here, aa we planned, and now let us try to forget 8h closed her window, and h re- Catli. 8tund. and Tltnos Oiuont and Kng. News Cowgill's Drug Store Lucy's father patted her hand and this unpleasantness, and make oursumed his meditations. ceased speaking. The Count bowed to selves welcome." "Sometime," be muttered, --ill Century .Magazine Sloan's Ijnimcnt is an ex Chicago "Thank you, Mr Medders." Harry agalaet a fellow to be Innocent I Courier-Journ- Farm. & Drovers Jr her and went on: ccllcnt remedy for cheat am! Weekly said. "1 can see that you and Luc could have straightened this as Christian "later, Cheneral Blazes returns. He throat alTcctions. It quickly Advocate, St ICKJJI two minutes If I had been guilty." Isa sure hiss Tlfe iss here. He has uouiora weekly relieves congestion nnd intin havo a faint suspicion of me but The front deer opened, aad Laey Colemana Ilural World heard from der milliner store dot 1 can dear that up readily enough." flammation. A few drops appeared. 8he glanced dewa t Harry Commoner he lss supposed to haff called up "I've got more than a faint one," in water used as a gargle is WHY DO SHIPS from here on der telumphooea. Der Carolyn told him. Concrete Ago aad smiled. antiseptic and healing. "May I cerae out with thee awailer Confederate Veteran... CARRY ANCHORS rest yon all know or think you know. "Oh, well. I don't have to explain (He demands his Tife. He ks again ahe aakjd. "It Is so peaceful out hers Cooking Club Mag.... IN FAIR WEATHER? everything to you, sis." Harry said, Here's Proof Cosmopolitan everything seemeth so calm." eonTlnoed she lss not here, und as he easily. "But at guments aro bad on I hY nud Slnao'l liniment lot "This Is the headquarters for peaea Current Literature starts oud, he bara a sneeze. Buch an empty stomach. I happen to know lu onJriul J"ii m4 ua Iraiilf U lor un ihraM, Why Should You a sneeee U Ton dot iss echoed la hiss that there's to be a pretty good dinaad calm." Harry observed, pleasant Dullneator efiKT- I Iut awd It lX'slgncr rtugp, tux tuck and rtxunuthm ud ly, rising. Lucy cams ilawn the steps Doj heart He beliefs it isa hla own vif es ner tonight eo well all get ready and Carry Insurance? la ticiy uu It (tit taiuat ttlUI Journal aad sat on the Iswn seat while Harry Diaumlic Now Bees. Dor door iss opened, und KEBIXLA JANE ISAACL eat It" Lucy, Ktatuciy. leaned over the table be Id her, leek Dress off bias Tlfe, oud cemee der "You rill excuse me." 'the Count Because it is better to have it milliner! Amazementl" tag dowa at her. Dry Goods Reporter eald. "I must" "Well" Lucy asked, "what oaa tiiee Economist and not use it, With a sense of the dramatis uni"No, sir I" Harry said. heartily. "I Duns to view ayf ties, the Count paused. The ethers want you to show the folks that you're "I can't say anything yet" he an- Editorial llevlow Than to want it and not have it. nodded mutely in confirmation et his not half as black as you have painted swered. ."I eaa enly aakjreu to (rust Electrician and Mechanic. summing up ef the evidence. yourself." Ellto Styles me until I eaa explain everything." "Veil, den," he resumed. "Vat Ua MORAL Insure with "But surely thee eaa explain every Engineering Mag der natural deductions you draw. CHAPTER X. is excellent for sprains and Etude (Music) thing now." Darefore, und consequently, eur first Everybody Magazlno bruises. It stops the pain "No. Net yet I dent understand Everywhere conclusion isa dot things leek plack It was a quiet dinner they ate that at once and reduces swellIt myself yet" evening. After much persuasion, the Every Womons Mag... Insurncc of All Kinds RIGHT ir I for Mr. Swifton. Iss it not aer" ing very quickly. Lucy's face changed, aad Harry story Paper Count had remained. But even his They agreed, silently. WRITE IT. went oar Farm and Firoaldo Sold by all dealers. "But ry should it be nor the Count stumbling attempts at witty sallies "Later, 111 tell you everything. I Farm nnd llotno Office over Hlckmnn Bank nod Trust Oo. asked, pleasantly. "Iss MJ--. Swlftea .brought few smiles. Prtoe, 2Bo., BOo., $1MO cant now, Luoy. because some osm Farm Journal (10 years) Harry had succeeded In quieting BOTH PHONE 97 der only man la der house? Iaa he Forrest and Stream.., else la Involved." Sloan's der enly man la der Torld dot flirts T Carolyn's alarms, and she In turn had Mold and Stream "I aaw her," Lacy said, coldly. given her own version of matters to Treatite May I ask vy I, a poor, unknown, un- "I dont mean that way, Luoy," be Forum on the Lucy. And a long Ulk Harry had noticed Cherman though Id 1m not ? protested. "What you saw may hare Gas Engine Horse so la my own country. I assure you I with Mr. Medders had helped. Harry Girls Companion sent fiee. a peculiar look' ftP-Good Housekeeping isa dare nay reason Ty I should be would not tell Medders the inside "Indeed, she had I" Lucy asserted. Green Book Album, Ai&ttu u facts, but he told him that later he neglected la your suspicions?" "But you must remember that efteej Grit... Dr. e Luey and Carolyn looked at each would nnko everything plain A this there la aa unsuspected skeleton la Harpers Bazar.. Ml Earl S. Sloan ether triumphantly. Here was a ray the closet" Harry continued, maafuV Harpers Weekly I f hope for Harry, after all. I I yiX i rl HarperMagazlno 17. Boto. saclaV m "Bat," the Count went on, "I raoat Has a full line of Home Needloaork Mng , Lucy pursed her llpa scortfully. Mm, beg you net to suspect me as yon do "Skeleton, indeed 1" she said, "That Horso World Mr. Swifton. you Till not, skeleton welgheth at least a hundred Humorist FRESH CANNED GOODS Peebles do notI knowsuch Yioltnt rfor. Hunter, Trader and Trapper giff and thlrtv coundsl" yioton to ttranchers as dey do to their Inland Grocer and Butcher Judgo (Continued next week ) ewa kmd. I Till tell you how dla Tom-- a Both Foreign and Domestic Kansas City Star Weekly happen to be In dot room. I sent ' salalalalasaHjsalalH Keltbs Magazlno her darot" Washington Grip Flakes Save the trouble of smoking your Ky Former and Breeder. "Tea didt" Oarolya eselalsaed. meat by using our Liquid Smoke. 7Ce Ludleu Homo Journal Cream of Wheat "Why, I thought Harry' (9 worth will tako care of COO pounds Ladle World Rolled Oats and Postum "Off course, Miss Swifton," I la the of meat and give It the regular old L'Art do TonMode L Count Interrupted her. "Ve Tould al Bon Harry's shoulders. i1 ways geT der benefit off der doubt to All New Goods. firm and U Costumj Iloyal "My boy," he was saying, "I couldn't hickory flavor keep It any von but our own folks. Is It not help coming back to assure you that awcot tho year 'round; no skippers. Blackwood Magazlno Llpplncott Mag u T Fruits, Apples, Oranges Now, Ty did I sent her daro? 1 am aeeply sorry." Your money back if not satisfied. Lllorary Digest i She comes here to see aboud a hat "Say no more about It General," Betters orth & Trathor. Pecans, Malaga Grapes S3 Leslies Weekly . she bass sent to a wrong address, I Harry begged. Mngazlno Am. History.. . And Bananas recognise la her a lady mlt whom I "But, Harry," the General asked, Magazlno of t If your watch don't run right, tako McCalls Mag. Mysteries. ., . haff farted. Tou see, confidentially, "how did that UU1 flirt H) Will be glad to have a part of to acknowledge dot I do not hesitate and Pattern . happen to be in that roomT It to Brooks, the Jeweler. I haff flirted. Vy 20 McCluros Mag your trade, should IT I am in dies country for "Well," Harry explained, "that waa Memphis Commercial Appeal idot purpose. Ladles flirt mlt me a little affair concerning her and Metropolitan Mag :cj CHURCH NOTICE. gallant eheatlemaa rill at least be poModern Prlecella Count von Fits. I don't feel at llbertr MoToK j es West Hickman to go Into details but it's Just a flirlite enough to respond. Beauty Taa MoToH BoaTlng 3" offer a veakaees mlt me. Sol I meet "My Boy," the deneral Said, " tation, you might say." Baptist Church. Munscys Mag .w to lady here dls milliner. I engage "She's a charmer, all right enough, Couldn't Help Coming Back to As .Musical Observer her In conversations. Ve hear some sure Yen That I 'Am Deeply Berry." Harry, my boy I" the Oeneral said. 170 Treading llrat Sunday night in National Monthly "Ah I If my wife Ten coming. She cannot get oud. I time, 115 Weekly be said, to disclose evervthins ever found out how only knew if she each tell her to hide In dot room a moment I have flirted with month at CMS and every third Now Idea Woraans Mag Kj would be to tarnish a woman's name some of these Stao hides. But dare Is no chance for dashing damsels 1" Sunday nt 11 a. m. and CMS p. m. now vorK Clipper 115 CIVIL ENGINEER aad Madders partly understood. The her to get oud. Und at mat Tea It Mrs. Blazes, from the safety of her Sunday School every Sunday morn- "uiui juu, lie view e e ivJ eems dot dare Till be a chance, der wladow, listened intently. .1 ing at o'clock. Prayer Mooting Outdoor Llfo... ! explosion cornea und you knew der "Whatr Harry asked. "You flirt. every Thursday Outdoor Mag... Land, Drainage and Municipal mt" evening at 7 o'clock. Outlook so DON'T SAY YOU'RE OLD Oeneral T" 203 The Orrant removed hla eyeglass i m ueep, Harry, devilish deep! I Everybody Is cordially invited to nt- - Overland Monthly Surveys, Maps, Estimates 190 aay nothing, but I saw a lot of wood. tentl thoBO 80""vlcos. Services hold Pathfinder and swung It nonchalantly by its cord. Pcarnons .. -- 0"' and Reports. uon-- i worry about any little He awaited the verdict He did not PPsito school building. Itov. W. L. Phllletlno Magazlno flirtations You Only Feel Old 175 f your own. Come to me for advice King, Pastor leek at Harry at all Smilingly, he 2.05 Physical Culture Office over Nalfeh Bros, atore. Digestive organs aro weak don't u you need It Everybody must aow ataeMed the wall 175 Pictorial Itovlow... anslmllato food as thoy used to. his wild oats, you know." 2.35 "Dost thee realise that thee ha Hickman, Kentucky Popular Mechanics Almost Lost His Life. Other organs nct.moro slowly and r0 "Yes," Harry agreed, "but the wild endangered the name of this worn-aPurk less effectually. P. O. Box 68 ata yeu sow the night before don't S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will lied Book 20j Madders asked, in quiet tones. Wood Is thin nnd sluggish. make good breakfast food the morn-la- g never forgot his terrible exposuro to Itovlow of Rovlowe..... -- (ij "Not so," the Count defended him-i- f. n morcllesa storm. "It g- -0 Renowal of strength does not equal 150 after." me a St. Louis Globo-De"I vas protecting it Der Chen"Well, anyway," the Oeneral said, dreadful cold," ho writes "thatcaus-e- d Satire 43J eral, nnd all der rest off you, by mak- tho wear and tear of your system. Dfi. LONGHECKER ing her come out you put HO That's what makes you foel old. "we understand each other. No more w sovero palnB In my chest, so it St. Louis Republic her In danhard for mo to hrnnth.. a Saturdnv Kvonlnir fruit 2X0 Nothing in tho world will tono up hard feelings?" ger." noighbor gave no several doses of Scientific American Veterinary Surgeon Invlgorato thoso "Not a bit Not a bit" Harry reaa-ure- d Dr. King's "Well" Harry said, after seeming- - nnd organB, mnko rich weak, -- '0 him. The Oeneral waved his brought crcat New Discovery which Scrapbook...... ,, blood and croto think the matter over very serf rellnf. Th irxin. u Scrlbner's Mag 370 Graduate of Chicago Vet. I te strength so quickly as Vlnol. hand cordially aa he strode down to uiai , t T i was on uio vorge of pnourao-nla-, 3l6 t College 1893. Mrs. Blazes watched him but to contlnuo with tho Discov- Smart Sot by what you have told us. But I think I Vln1 ,s ? ,a !ecr nostrum, slm-w- a tho medicinal elements of thd disappear in the dusk, nodding her ery. I did so nnd two bottles com- Southern Planter p,y, ? should make allowaaces for yoa. I Office at Steve Stahr's Livery Barn 20 head significantly. pletely cured mo." Uao only this Southland Magazine -- ... ...wo, nitu Wm uminoo uuuov-ui.-Tan at unfamiliar with Mir v(av Ten Story Book, Jf "Wild oats, eh?" she said. "Flirta- quick, safo, reliable mniirinn n. Tip Top Weekly BOTH PHONES things aad of conduot What seems Ing oil eliminated, and tonlo iron add 3.05 coughs, colds, or any throat or lung ed. Try a bottlo of Vinol with tho tions, eat Wait until I get noma! 2.60 rlfht to you may seem utterly wrong understanding trouble. Prico 60c and 11.00. Trial Toilettes Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 that your monoy will to aa. I am not defending you, but I Bhe leaned out of the window and bottlo free. Guaranteed by Holm & Twentieth Century you 2.65 am sot condemning you. I only aak he roturncd If It docs not mako Travel Harry. He glanced. a at Ellison. Btrongor, foel younger and glvo you joalled to Vanity Fair ; fcer and smiled wearily. Calls promptly answered night or you, next time you chat with a mil- - I an added Interest In life. Womans Home 2J: Haer, net te hide her around bare.'' wow in tne worm am i tw out REDWOOD 8HINQLE8 Raunntd- -. World Today Companion.. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 2.65 IIeIm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. Moss Lumber Co, Uc karat" ah asked, petulantly. jsjla essaeludiog remark f kit, 2,w Youths Compaaloa t Witt a weeaenng expresses, took hair, aad Mr. Medders, nodding gravely, also sat down. Harry leunxed ea a settee, and carelessly chewed aa unlit eiar. at U Ilk 31m," the Count said, m "hough addressing a jury, "la Hf dare Ua many things rich seam ton- "bosslble of explanation, but Tick ran T kqow va aey are, no hoi mesa ' I ' ' 70 Years withCoughs HAY We have had .seventy years of experience with Ayer's This STEVE STAHR Another New Trust gvoa ola taaa wu tend of Harry. Ana he had lived long enough to knew that appearanoes were often deoeltful He was willing; to five Harry tho beaeslt f the doubt But It was a quiet dinner. After they had left the table Marry succeed ed in getting Lucy to come aad talk with aim in the reeeptlen room, and there he begged her to be patient until he felt that the time had arrived for hlra to make a clean breast of everything to her. At last he coaxed back the iralle--J to her face, but only after giving his word of honor that so far as he was oencerned, the presence of Daphne In his house was not a reflection upon him. Meanwhile the Count endeavoring to keep al promise to get Harry out ef the scrape, slipped out Into the lawn, and by throwing pebbles against tho window of the room where Mrs. Biases was attracted her attention. Bbe opened the windows, and la an almost hysterical volco, begged him to get her out "I Till. Iff you only bo quiet" the Count said. "Your husband ohust vent in. I saw htm ven I come out" "But what can I do!" she asked. GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore DO YOU READ ? Let us Save you Money on Your Magazines... - 1. 1j r , r "liciijler's Candy " Chest Pains and Sprains r . tt SLOANS LINIMENT 1 HENRY HELM F. E. CASE & SON ""aMBI fX J mEt ' A WW - Bk A sHHskHlflk WE? I houo 100 PAFF HAWKINS til back-sliding tj Nowa-ScliuK- s at I. 0. ,f,. w ., .. j sc-oe- ? ? si u 0 it "Wr , -- x r- -- $1 per Year II U Arliranr .. Tniy Jor bi.o pntwr cot an tbe county and tali l.affrtflv It ii clirap enough. .No ..stlitia nil, ouljr trt a OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY ppr loo .... poor toipcnd amnrnit fnr Itymr. man In M tout iivm Local News Volume 52 THEHieKiVlAN COURIER. " HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ' "" "" 29, 1912 Number 34 paid np. A notice of expiration Ii given here IS dayi ahead with in rorclntr a on anyone. not want to mill a copy, keep the lubacrlp-tlof you do n This Paper Always Stops when ronrtlm la out. We donl be- neve A Blue Mark 7 1 1B i' x o f 0o JOHN mment ist 1 PLAYING TAG WITH HER AGAIN FIVE YEARS AGO FKOTHE O. L. OOURIEB FILES , I I assistant postmaster report Knowing from the rural ht receipt s for the last year were$7.f70,000 tie expenditure run up to "(. making a deficit of about 'Ooo There are at present than n million miles of rural s Aim tho niernge mileage porj r each carrier Is 21. 1! m'les k the past ear 677 route were J making the present total 41 fourth ai ban mado a 1 R. DRYANT. .sHfBBBjL y 34JKaBTflaHh , . i curler Mould iiko to uato a urrvspendent In the neighbor of Hamby IVmd. Write for pur t . ' 'i: tichumann-lloln- k says that beside being a grain buyer and a cotton sinner. Ills varied interests are bo extensive that for all wo know ho may own a railroad or two. With It all. h.- - is generous with his friend? and all woithy causes Hut i.pfnre he would Lc "skinned" out of 10c he would willingly spend a $1,000 to defeat tho skinner He Is In for that will help this ttection or the country regardless of which s'd. of the river It is on H can be interested In any proposition except lolltics and matrimony; the former being the result of good sense, tho latter merely force of habit; or pos- ibly a repetition of the sentiment xpressed by Whlttler In the lines "The Judgo looked back As ho climbed the hilt And saw Maudo Mullor Standing still." - Carpenter was city marshall. sworn Floyd Naylor was deputy clerk. ia aa Tho per capita tax of Fulton was $1.87. Mrs. Geo. Warren was Springs for her health. at Dawsnn grocery D. P. Wright opened upxa store In tho Frenz building. Sheriff Seat advertised for sale all land on which taxes remained unpaid. bbHbW sovun reasons why the an husbund is God' bust uirk Is that he iKinnlt his ,. io rule mo roost, or worus to A familar fnc . ffitt hat m it some- Bir bo There nru some man that as It may, John v will never rest exactly easy until what rsmblis John although we Ilryant Is a capital fellow. He Is a don't remember of kiH.w what tho other six reasons hating soen fearlessly Democratic successful In him with his hat off In Justice to business, a good citizen, positively oh- - friend, w would say that th progressive and true to big friends. n. to the Gulf Deep Water- - picture Is not as handsome as the sociatlon in unking tlio Nation- - ongmai notwithstanding the fact i to nppropriat for a M- - that this U leap year, .iikr. Tho brother Sho's got lovable and most any '.annel from the Lukes to the ktnd of a face o It denotes mas eyes. kUsable lips, a huggablo shape ' ti.e and holdable hands. i or fltO.OOO.OOO.whleh sum culine gndr will be eagerly sought ( appropriated will cost the pw by Hor sister Yes. and sho's got re maidens who missed their share f ih United State $1.50 per of the wooing done some twenty movable hair, ndjustablc hips, colora utnatlrK the imputation to enrs ago Ilut John Is n good dod-grl- able brows and a transferable complexion Iuck IMNI 000 fact too good When you want a favor do you Ask Mr Ilryant Is a busy business We are curious to know what tome a big mall order house for It? We ibe ladles of Hickman are Boing man Imtiglno not as they do buelMM'oH tf He Is a business man of Hickman, to war when summer comes, as many the "cash In advanco plan." ' Patro o: taem have been going about dur- - Ky., and a big planter nt Doren.i, nize your heme merchants and e&er Mo Being Interested in navigation s the recent rcro weather wearing InMItiitioM.. When on the Mississippi and looking aftar business " k and hortlecvo drosses, low urt ''Wiey Money spend it with .them. that business at times It would be will treat you fairly for they Mipecl - and tissue-pape- r hose. difficult to state with any degree of to remain want jwur hero Mi rman Sutherland ban bought the accuracy whether ho is under the . ,; v friendships " rsf of his partner, W. K. Tato, jurisdiction of Missouri. Kentucky '' merchant tailoring business or the I'nltcd States He is Inter Obion is soon to havo an Ice plant ested in a score of enterprises here J erected by tlio Fox Dros. "ltd by them In Union City .' the i d) m? s K A. F. Williams, tho K. K. man. opened a branch candy factory at Union City. Rev. N. B. Graaves, pastor of tho Baptist church, and wifo left for Ark., to reside. a, ' etr A chorus choir of 150 voices was organized at tho court house for the big Harris-Stove- r union revival. B. W. HackeU of Ripley, Tenn., wanted to interest us in a Hickman flour mill. (And still wo havo no mill.) . ROOSEVELT A CANDIDATE n ywve 0, a4 y Tho First congressional dlstrct Republican committeo met at Paducah last week, and selected a place and aato tor holding tho conventions at Eight Republican governors partic- which will bo chosen the two dele ularly interested In who would be gates and alternates to tho national the standard-beare- r for tho G. O. P. convention In June. Princeton was this year and feeling Inclined to sup-po- selected and tho date, April 8. DeleTeddy If ho would run, asked gates from tho counUes of the dishim In n letter the " ques- - trict will be selected Saturday, April o, at 1 p.. m., at each county seat. The counties will send delegates as follows: Ballard 7; Caldwell 15; 8; Carlisle 5; Crittenden 17; Fulton C; Graves 17; Hickman 7; Livingston 10; Lyon 8; Marshall 12; McCracken 30; Trigg 14. Resolutions Indorsing tho administration of President Taft were unananimously adopted At tho delegato convention in Prince ton a candidate for congress will also bo nominated. The Suspense Is Over. Teddy Will Accept Nomination. rt point-blankCal-lowa- y Quali'y. Tho Farmers Hardware Co. opened iucjr uuurs lor Dusine.ss. Tho concern's slogan was "Tho House of A new coal company was launched in HIckmau. It was known as tho D. D. B. B. C. (DeBow-DlUo- n Block Bottom Coal Co.) a A big sleet visited this section, followed by heavy rains. The hillside north of the Bland and Dodds places wero sliding badly, filling tho street below with a thin, slushy mud. A WAIF AT POOR HOUSE. - "V J The 'Rigid Corset is Mo More ilsiiTw w.-- wa?2Ricfcff' sW. I Our stock of corsets shows a large variety f shapes long, medium and short, making it possible for every type of figure to fill its requirements with this season's fashionable garments. If The City Board of Equal IzaUon made a general raise in property in Hickman huring their recent session. The assessed valuation was ralsd in tho neighborhood of $00,000, which will Increase tho city's revenue $700 per annum. Tho assessment ou most of tho buslnness houses on Clinton street wero given a ralso of $200 each; otherwise tho raises wero for small amounts distributed among a largo number of property owners. ! tlon: "Will you accept tho nomina- It Is rumored that tho Bryant Merc. East Prarle, is going to put up a largo storo at Dorena or at HickCo., of Abo Turner, tho excellent manager of tho county farm was called last Sunday night. Somebody called It was a man's vo!bj "I've left a package for you." Abo called for him to wait but tho unseen man replied "No, I've got to go back to Obion." In the basket was a now born girl babo and on her arm was pinned tho following note on a scrap of note paper: "I am sending you my baby. Tak good care of her. I will be dead when you get this. Unknown." Mr. Turner who was In Union City Monday and handed us ' the above note, tells us that no Information has beon secured as to tho child. V, Warner's corsets are guaranteed to WEAR not to rust, break or tear. Their standard of quality is so high that this guarantee is as follows: C. S. Patterson sends the Courier I deeply "Gentlemen appreciate your letter and I realize to tho full for ono year to his brother, R. J. tho heavy responsibility It puts upon Patterson, at McAlester, Okla. me, expressing as It does the carefully considered convictions of the men elected by popular vote to stand as tho head of government In their JCveral tion?" Ho gavo his reply Saturday located. man Landing, whero tho cotton gin Is SMITH MOSS. Rich- Miss Nancy Ann Smith and ard Moss, both of this city were states. t? H . MM almost superfluous. t On the tissue paper wrapped around each pair of Warner's Corsets is an illustrated story telling the proper method of lacing and fitting your corsets. SMiiritv Rubber Button Hose Suooorters fTOeTr, Ku$6-Prc- bf tpr&ei attached to every pair of Warn er's Corsets. A supporter guaranteed as strongly as the corset. "I absolutely ngreo with you that ths matter lis not ono to be decided with any reference to tho pergonal preferences or Interests of any man, but purely from tho standpoint of the Interests of tho people as a whole. "I will accept tho nomination for president if it Is tendered me, and I will adlieco to this decision until the convention has expressed Its prefer- once. "Ono of tho chief principles for which I have stood and for which I now stand and which I have always endeavor nnd always shall endeavor to reduce to action, Is the genuine rule of tho people, nnd, therefore, I hope that so far as possiblo the pco-plmay bo given tho chance through express their direct primaries to preference as to who shall be the nominee of Uie Republican presidential convention. Very truly yours, "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." o !iph united in marriage at tho homo of the brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, C. Smith, in West Hickman, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, tho Bov. H. Both parties J. Gelger officiating. are popular In west end social Ben Shaw has accepted Laundry. a position in the offico of tho Hickman Steam MIsff Kato Watson Beckham returned to her homo In Union City Sunday after a several days visit with iMiss Irene Thompson. Puritan Uhdermuslins 'VrOUR'owirindhidual size is ready for you and your 'own individual taste will be met. Not only do the lovely embroideries and laces give' tbese garments the last dainty In an England paper not long ago was tho following advertisement: "Wanted, a strong horso to do tho work of a country minister." As a matter of fact, It would tako a strong horso to do tho work of many country ministers. Representative Robert Scott's bill prodding that the school houses may bo used for public meetings, for educational, religious and social purposes at all times than when school is in session, was passed unanimously by tho house last Saturday. A man in Massachusetts has sued for a divorce upon the grounds that his wife concealed from him the fact that she had a cork leg until after they were married. Tho fact that ho didn't learn this before their marriage Is certainly a high recommendation to tho woman. Gas in the stomach or bowels Is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of It quickly take HERBINE. It is a marvelous liver Price Btlmulant and bowel purifier. 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, l hi touch, but the specially! woven fabric makes the garment bold its shape and wear splendidly through nllJits laundering.) $1 to $5 per pairt every pair guaranteed SMITfi & AMBERG The next Conferenco for Education In tho south will bo at Nashv'lle, Tho Tenn., April 3, 4 and 5 next. tallroads havo granted a rate of ono and ono half faro plus fifty cents. Tickets will be on sale from March 30, to April 5 Inclusive, and .will be good returning to April 20. This will bo ono of tho greatest educational' gatherings over held tnjtbls country. Spoakers of International reputations will be on the program. A lnrge delegation should attend from Kentucky. Evciyarticlc of lingerie for women and misses are (included in the assortment. The prices are the lowest we have ever known for such garments.. Jiigh-grad- e Smith & Amberg Numbir P5 " saisraaiaia fall of rivers, and Ice conditions Effiisiaia'saiais'a, sent fifty per cent greater difficulties In transportation than the crossings determined by the lnterurban, and these crossings will be located almost This is to notify members of Elm immediately at the contemplated Camp No. 3, W. O. W., that your bridge sites, thus allowing the condues may be paid to T. C. Bondurant struction of the bridges as the traffic or at the St. Louis Furnishing Co. to develops and warrants same. It is T. A. Stark or H. C. Barrett. also Intended In the design of these Regular meetings on Wednesday bridges to make a combination tracnight of each week. YOU are urged tion and wagon bridge, working In to be present. connection with the "Good Head Movement." H. McMULLIN, C. C. T. C. BONDURANT, Clerk Gasoline Cars. pre- Notice W. 0. W. wrrrrnrrrrrrrrTinrrFrr''frnrfrr:' ELECTRIC RAILROAD DOPE. Another interesting suggestion in the report is tho use of gasoline or gasoline electric cars, that are now In service in many lnterurban lines of freight of all kinds are now going Id or coming out of territory where there will bo no competition with steam roads whatever. This freight Is now hauled overland In wagons. The difficulty of obtalulng freight service for the greater portion of the territory traversed leads the officers of tho company to believe within a short while, yet this is not taken Into compiling tho report, account in which Is based absolutely on present conditions. Tho total net passenger receipts are found to bo 4S per com of the whole, with baggage, mall and express 6 per cent, and freight receipts 47 per cent. The Income derived from tho territory was found to approximate over $700,000. Tho light and The officials of the road feel that they havo gone far enough now to go to some of the monted Interests with whom thoy havo been In correspondence and arrange for sufficient money to take care of the Incurred obligations, 'but they contend that they do not want to do this; that tho people of this vicinity, should bo Interested enough to help them secure it. It will take an additional $25,000 to round up the other preliminary work, following the discharge of the obligations already made payment for further survey work, and but tho balance of the this will be advanced by the persons to whom tho bonds are sold. Surveyors, making the final lap In the survey, arc expected to reach Hickman in h few days. It la gen- right-of-way WHAT DO YOU QETT irwi Hickman's prospect for getting the new lnterurban line are good. With the completion of the commercial report of the Kentucky Southwestern Railway, light & Power company, Major V. A. Calhoun, consulting engineer of the company, Is almost ready to tako n long breath after probably tho most arduous .nd thorough pleco of highly technical work over done In this territory. As a result of bis labors the officials and stockholders of the Kentucky Southwestern know that their property will earn over fifteen per cent dividend, and the people of West Kentucky for the first time learn, of the vast resources of this commercially virgin territory. Tho building of tho lnterurban line depends only on whether it will welcome it as its merits deserve. Major Calhoun has a few more details to work out on the report beforo It is In condition for the officials of the company and tho public generally though these details will not affect tho results that already have been obtained. The portion of the report which has been made public U an exhaustive and comprehensive analysis of the commer cial possibilities from a railway standpoint, of the ten counties through which the routes of the lnterurban company run. " &zaz&s I xa I 1 i E. R. ELLISON S Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE This store is now beginning to kinds of fill Shall It be with your homo merchant, or shall you send to some larger city for your supplies? Tho country Is now getting flooded with catalogues und advertisements of business concerns who apparently offer great Inducement for cash from tho consumers to buy their supplies of all kinds from them All they ask Is that you to sond them the cash and the) will send you tho goods, out of sight and unseen at apparently very low prices. Suppose you stop and consld er a moment whether you gain an) thing by buying or these dlstan firms, It you arc Inclined at nil to d so If you buy from catalogue houses' You pay In advance. You buy tho goods without seeing them. Your money Is sent far from home. You cart the goods from the depot. You find that' redress Is not practical for unsatisfactory goods. You havo difficulty with the railroad company If tho goods nre damaged In transportation. You pay freight or oxprcs charges oxtra. You pay a price that is -- only apparently low. If you buy of your local dealers: You may receive credit. You make actual comparisons and sizes. Your money stays at home to help build up your own community. You ran have the goods delivered nt your home. The articles are, easily exchanged If not satisfactory. You will receive them In good con-di'io- iM:.y.w LA w.'v." 'S'n' I . A. E. Anderson & Co. Takers Chicago The man who wants good appearance, combined with strength and durability, can get it in Anderson Tailoring at a very modest price. There is no risk. We guarantee every jrar-me- nt perfect in fit, style. material and workmanship. You havo no freight or express R. L. BRADLEY up with all charges to nay. You get tho best quality of goods nt right prices. Construction Cost. construction of the Henderson to touching fifty towns and NEW GOODS As usual, owing to our system of selling for spot cash only, we make the prices a little lower for the same merchandise, or give you a little better article for the same price. The cost of entire system from Hickman villages, 'is $4,5000,000, and this will be provided for by the sale of 5 per cent bonds for the actual cost of the line, and equiqmenL There will be no "water" in tho stock. Eighty per cent of tho right-o- f ways havo been secured and tho balance will be gotten easily. Franchises are now being secured in all of tht towns now, and will all have been obtained in a short time. The population of this territory served is 206,908. The average population per mile is 650, after allowing the proper per centage at tho terminals. The total export tonnago us ing last year's figures, is 4,615,186 tons, divided as follows; tobacco, 19.- 436; wheat, 55.465; corn, 380,844; hay. 116,363; timber, 319,900; live stock 484,000, with oats, rye, barley, fruits, vegetables, clay, minerals, gravel, butter and poultry, makii up a total of 1,513,704. The imports are divided, coal 404,804 tons; merchandise 2,696.-68a total of 3,101,482. In estimating the amount of traffic interurbans get, it is customary to figure on 50 po- - cent, but in this report only 25 per cent, but in this report only 25 the revenues of the company, do allowance is made for any anticipated Increase in this tonnago. The Bridge Factor. A feature in tho commercial report of moro than ordinary interest is the bridge factor. Major Calhoun recommends transfer boats at the crossings, of which designs and estimates are in hand. Statistics show over thirty-fiv- e of the similar types or boats are now in practical operation at different points in the United States, where the problem of grade connections, rapid currents rise and 0, Naglc, of tho Union City Canning Factor)', la now busy making contracts with farmers In the Union Cltv territory for given number of acres to be planted In toraatortj and sweet potatoes. Union City farmers will raise the stuff and lllokmnn's farmers will buy It for "spot cash" instead of raising it themselves. W nn too busy raising 2c cotton to culOur farmers tivate anything clso. will wake up some day. but until they get out of tho cotton and corn rut they will continue to be "ono year behind" with their creditors and skinned out of about all they make. O A. PUBLIC SALE Of Hones, Mules, Cattle, Bulls, Etc Our goods are all marked with plain prices, and we are always glad to have you look at any time, whether ready to buy or not. You are invited to Mr. Nalfeh. of Hickman, It in understood, will open a dry goods store In tho Horner building In Union City, the house now occupied by Dlcttel Ilros., when tho Jowclers movo to their new home. Union City Commercial. 1 COME AND SEE It is economy to havo your clothe cleaned and pressed. They will glvo you better service and prevent a much nicer appearance Our prices nro reasonable. White IJros. phone 195. On March C, 1913, I will offer Icr sale at my farm C miles east of Hickman, 5 miles west of Csyco ."1 11 miles north of Union City, tho '.. lowing stock: 30 head young mules, 3 and 4 years old. Several span matured mutes. 4 or S heavy young horses Several mares wHh foal. 2 Polled Durham Bulls. Milk Cows, Springers and Year! Ings. Some stock Hogs, nice bunch of Sheep. k Sale begins promptly st 10 o on tho abovo date, provided tie weather Is fair. It bad weather ra will be contlned the text day, TERMS: $10 and under cash, l.o J 10, 9 months tlnao with appnote. Barbecued meats will bo scruj i . the grounds. 3tp J. J. C. ItOPEU - mwy e i v Triple Plated Knives stamped with sharp corners (where blade is joined to handle) where wear Is constant and This Is but one hardest. el many notable features ol last longer through harder service than any other because they have a round bohttr. which does awar TM706GtSM$: knives, which rive lasting service and satisfaction. Numerous patterns are offered In this famous ver Plate that Wean." Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CM." showing all octifas. wN Din I mnn ,.. (IWtrutlmil BflTcr of the United States. This Is sug- power service to five of the smaller orally understood, however, that the gested to start tho earning capacity of towns nlong tho right of way Is plac- lino from 1'aducah to Hickman will the road as soon as, say, twenty-fived at $45,000 tho year, yet this is not com by wny of Fancy Farm, cutting miles of road bed and track aro Included In tho earnings of tho com- Into Hickman county nt tho northeast ready, and not wait until tho comple- pany. Tho routes run through ten corner, then to Clinton, thence to tion of the power houses and overhead county scots and servo that many Stubbs, thenco to Moscow, thence to construction work, as it will proba-bl- counties. Cayce. thence directly wost to Hicktake eighteen months to complete man. Total length of lino 210 mllo. Interchangeable Service tho traction for tho entire electric service, whereas, In four or flvo Steam roads must nccept traffic Shocking Sounds. months after starting up construcfrom interurbans as they do from oth- in tU? twenty-fiv- e tion theso mile branches earth are sometimes heard beradiating out of the division points er steam lines, and the result has fore a terrlblo enrthnunVn Hint been a wonderful increase in that fea- of tho coming peril. Nature's warn can bo made operating and producing aro kind. That dull pain oracho ing factors for the system, and in ture of their business. In tho bock warns you that kidneys this connection the report suggests, need attention if you would cBcapo Low Costs. those daneerouar malndloit Ttrnnav mn as soon as construction begins thet .. "'- -' .r , 7 Tho estlmato cost of the road Is ueies or ungnt disease. ii Take Eleca"General Manager" should be aptric DIttors at onco and seo backache pointed, thus enabling him to be con considered low, $21,000 a mllo, with flv and all you best feelings versant with the territory, know the the highest cost In Livingston and "My son received groat benefitreturn. from business men and and Crittenden, where It runs to $25,000. thoir uso for kidney and bladder trou farmors, fainlllarizo himself with the generul Thero are thirty points along tho bles," writes Peter Dondy, South conditions of freight and passenger road whero grain elevators would Itockwood. Mich., "It is certainly a kidney traffic as they are developed by per- be found profitable and attention Is, great at If Im medicine." Try it. 60 cenu & Ellison. called to this as but one of tho many sonal contact with theso twenty-fiv- e possibilities tho road opens up. inllo sections. Colonel Henry A. Tyler, commander patrons of tho lnter-road- s Attention is called to the fact that of the Forrest troopers, was The cost to In Unand will make tho lnterurban half of tho land In tho ten counties 4 12 per mllo. This Is half or is virgin soil, and the possibilities ion City Jost week enroute to St to less than half the cost on tho steam there aro suggested. Tho assessed Louis for treatment. Tho Colonel's roads, and will make the lntterurban value of the property in tho ten coun hearing Is about gono and be is of that much moro value to its pa- ties is $69,572,775, and the resources afflicted with a distressing and grievtrons. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of the of tho banks In the towns along tho ous stomach trouble. Ho does not bollovo that he will get to attend tho construction work will bo done under lino aro $13,999,650. reunion this year at Macon. Wo nro highly advantageous conditions, and Representatives of steel concerns fully this proportion of tho road will wore In Paducah this week asking to eorry to hear this,, for no truer, be built at straight tangents. It be allowed to make estimates on steel braver, moro gallant soul ovpr dwelt will be a standard gaugo road; with rails, and it was proposed that the in flesh than in tho body of H. A tho bed 14 feet wldo and will be bal- company would accept payment for Tyler. lasted with gravel sufficient to up- them In bonds of tho company. It is When the bowels becomo Irregular hold the seventy pound rails. not tho Intention of tho officers, how- you nro uncomfortatiln uml ih. inm.. Tho lumber for tho ties and what- ever, to finance tho road in that way, ec this condition exists tho worso can get ever trestlework will bo done can bo since thoy have assurance from finan- you reel, you bv uslntr rid of this misery auicklr HEnniNR secured in tho immediate territory, cial houses that if tho report Is sat Take a doso on colni: to bail nnrl cum Thero isfactory the money will be forth how flno you feel next dnv. Prion thus lessening this expense. are no tunnels on tho whole route. coming, and they declare it will be 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. I Moving Pictures Saturday night. The report shows that 342,625 tons better to finance it in this way, .-1-News-Banner. Clinton Is without coal as ' tho coal dealers are concerr thoro is not a bushel In to.' sale, and many residents are fuel Tho Clinton Water & " Co. Is using wood temporarily Wo inako your personal appearance: Star Mills are also without f J our business. Are you ono of our Jowelry of all ktnds at Brooks customers? Whlto Bros. phono 195. Kdlson says that ono hundred years from now thero will be no such thing as n poor man. Then our only chance, as wo see It now, I to live out this ono hundred years 'MBIHBNV'y Hats that Lead" backed by a guarantee Do you know that when you buy a von fcal made binding guarantee goes to you with ?' SJ508'1 know Do you it that the dealer who sells it does not want you to keep the hat unless the quality is right in every particular? And in that sssurance we stand behind the dealer who sells von Gal made Hats "Correct Styles for Men." Baltzer & Dodds D. Incorporated, G. Co. o a STEPHENSON NOT LIREIE OFFICERS POLICE mj$!mmBMm& ENTITLEDTOSEAT AND TWO THREE REPUBLICANS TAVOH VAUATINB DEMOCRAT WltOONBIN SENATOR8HIP. FIRE ON STRIKERS CHARQE ON CROWD ATTRACTED BY SHOT8 AND WOMEN ARE BEATEN. NEW ARRIVAL 0F IN A GENERAL WAY ! SUITS lAND SKIRTS Only the newest fabrics and latest makes and designs. To appreciate this line you must see them. Suits, $ 0.00 to $ 2.50 1 1 Arthur Shaw was here, Saturday on business. Miss Ltfclle Bondurant in Union City. is visiting MAJORITY FINDING . . QUOTED I nom I. A pt STRIKER SHOT tats and Mrs, W, A. rrom Memphis. Dodds has returned . IN THE BACK -. - Percy Jones was business Monday. in Faducah on u ryt Btnaiors Assume rnm m n4 raats" That Money and Cor-ruMethods Were Uaed In Primary. City Officers Shoot Up Tenements Aftsr Revolver Is Discharged From WindowTake Innocent Men to Jail. Mrs. W. F Montgomery spent last week in tho country. Geo. Hadley has accepted With Ellison Brothers. position Unite States WuHlnstoa, Fab. gaeator laaao Stopbeasoa of Wiscon-d- n U not entlUed to bit Mat, in the opinion of five metnbera of the seaato ooKinlttee on privileges and oleotloaa, i to filed a minority report wun me usat. The majority report on lb InTMtliatlon of Senator Stephenson's eisjpalju expenditure waa submitted rtruary IS In substance It held that of corruption In the lh charge cf IS" wr" not protm. report la signd by TJia Minority geaatora Kenyon, Clapp and Jonas, Rifiublicana. I.ea and Kora, Demo trats It contends that enough u admitted by the Inquiry to warrant the amate In declaring Bctor Itapbamon'a aaat tic ant $107,781 Spant In Campaign. Rtfsrrtn: to the fact that the sen- spent (tor. "hrough bla lloutenaats, 10T?)3 In his oaiupalgn, and that uadidatea for the state legislature past potxrtionately large sums, the raport Quatas from the majority 3fv pri-Bi- rr evl-dec- Lawrence, Mass., Fob, 27. Itlotoua scenes, In which at least one man waa shot, scores Injured and 80 arreHts of men and women made, occurred early Monday, following a shooting affair In Common street, In tho Italian dls-trl- Skirts, $3.00 to $8 75 III W. A. iDodds was In Tuesday on business. Union City J. A. Crozler, of Mound City, was here this week on business. Miss Ilettle Williams has returned from a vlolt to friends In Dyersburg, Tenn. The police version of tho aflalr la that a squad of 15 l police waa paslng, when a tenement window was thrown up and a hand holding a revolver waa stuck out A shot was fired, and another window was ralsod and a hand thrust forth, holding a revolver. A second shot waa fired, and then the special police began shooting atr the windows. Fifty or more bullets rattled against windows and doors of the tenements. spt-cla- ufcW rifBLM3BsKJKsS35!PWiWB 111 Kabo Corset Price $2.50 Guaranteed to please you and give longer wear and better satisfaction than any $5.00 corset made. For new and stylish goods be sure and come to this store. KgfflKriaFV ra(SriSa4KBxSylS2d Jrrri&'cr TF'r9LVwKLJL Ki!i Mrs. Joe Polhnmus, of Oorena, Mo., visited Mrs. Mary Reld several days III last week. III III W. J. Logan is in Arkansas this week on business tor the Mengel Box Company. r Striker 8hot In Back. expenditures ware In viola- Bat of the fundamental principles our system of government. which ciatamplateu the selection of itbdidirs by ten electors and not the Miction ot the electors by the "t-i-- by Majority. report then proceeds: 'We ooncur In this statement and It Juatlflaa us la opposing conclusions tt the majority How a seat In the itsAte can be secured 'la violation of the fundamental principles underlying sr svatein ot government,' with the eTl4sn.ce showing tho use ot such a Urte im ot money, and not be taint-a- 4 by rorrupt methods and practices, ar uoabel to comprehend. Tho question now squarely before tha asnata Is whother or not methods la practices In violation of the funds-Dtata- l prtnolplaa underlying our ays- tarn of government' shall be by our words and approved sr oar vo'es " Juatiflad Tha minority WARSHIP Is at Anchor MAINE In RIDING In SEA About Cofftrdam tha Same Position as Whan Blown Up In 188. Havana, Feb. 20 With hor colore Clloe rrom a Jury mast the battleship Maine m Carmelo Mllas, a striker, was shot in tho back as he ran from tho scene. Three of five man, all strikers, who were standing In an alley, from which Mllat could not possibly have been seen, were arrested and charged with murder. All three bad broken skulls when they were thrown Into cells at police headquarters. Tho pollco say Salvatoro Kruno, one of the prisoners, had a revolver In bis hand when taken. Two of the crowd got away. A crowd of nearly 10,000 gatherod at the sound of the shots. Many persons had gone to the station early, having been told another attempt would be made to send children to l'hlladalphla. The crowd comprised both men and women striker Tie excitement In Common street having subsided, the strikers turned down the street toward North Station, and thenco to Ksez street, the principal business thoroughfare. All were singing. None was disorderly. Thay resembled a great crowd turning out for a gala event, except when scores of police dashed recklessly In and out ot the crowd when they were booed and hinted, tbo Jeers bolng succeeded by a peculiar buzzing hum as It made from millions of bees. Police Directed by Soldiers. During this time the police, admittedly fearful of leaving their scats In automobiles and big freight drays, were being urged by tho officers of the mllltla to "go in and break them op." For soma reason not an armed Bllltlaman waa seen during tho entire The striken, keeping far apart ao u not to block traffic, reached Jack-io- n street without molestation. There they encourtered 75 members ot the netroloplltan state pollco, gray uniformed and swinging spokes, As the sead ot the advancing singers reach-i- d Jackson street and at a signal the netropollUn policed formed a flying wedge and raining blows on heads and hands and shoulders, regardless it sex, charged the crowds. As tho stato pollco oharged, 100 or asero city policemen, who had dashed ip in automobiles, Jumped to tho itreet and Joined In the attack about Ifty yards from the corner. .Men. women and young girls v,cro beaten brutally and compelled to turn Into Jackson street and head toward Dy this tlmo more the Commons. paraders bad congested at tho corner ind the police retreated. Women Beaten to around. e Climbing Into automobiles, tho rushed to tho next cornor. There ihv informed sovoral flying wedges, and when they crowd reached them again thoy flow at them, sraasmng ml tearlnc clothing and cursing. Tho womon wore boaten about the blpa and breast. Tho pollco yellod: "Get tho men nnywboro you can hit em. Hit tho womon on tho hips nnd arms. We don't want to break any women's heads." A woman would be seen to leave the crowd and run toward a sldo Itreet. Instantly two or threo police d would bo after her. Usunlly a blow from a nightstick brought the woman to tho ground llko n shot. Instantly the police would grab her, pulling her many dlfforent directions. Another charging and retreat was earrlod on for seven blocks along Essex strcot. Tho women, mon and After ihlldren continued singing. each savage attack by the police they without apparent and, as If thoy had forgotten sompletely that they wcro tho object If attack, they would calmly and without disorder continue their marchg sing-jiip Essex strcot singing always patriotic and national airs. po-tfewell-aimelead-irshl- . mm Mrs. Kate Webb Smith .has gone to St. Louis to attend Kelster College ot dressmaking. Miss Rose Campbell finished last Friday teaching her school on No. 8 Island and Is at home. Misses Mary Hardy and Annie Carr Ligon, of Union City, aro- - visiting their grandfather, J. J. C. Bondurant. FOUND: Purse containing money and valuables. Call at freight office and identify same and pay for this ad. L. P. Ellison returned the.lattter part ot last week from Memphis where he visited his daughter, Mrs. Louis Kllpatrlck. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1L Russell, who recently moved into the Ambers houso, will reside In tho house now. occupied by J. O. West. mmk MWm wmwffl STYLE soil IB PTl t ".; SUDE M. NAIFEH ON THE CORNER THE DRY GOODS MAN m CLAYTON NEWS. Swopo, of Charleston, Mo., who will The Hickman Ice & Coal Co. are meeting. engaged this week the aid the pastor In a ten days Joe McConnell Is very ill at this Mr. Swopo is said to be a gifted business houses for fans and motors. writing. A A change In current makes considAt First Methodist church next preacher and qui to a revivalist. G W. Donnell and daughter, Miss erable change necessary. The day Sunday wlllbe Sunday School at 9:45 cordial invitation is given for Mission- current will start Monday, the old Grace, were In Union City Friday. Union City District a ni., preaching by the pastor at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. in. All members ary Institute nt the Methodist church, generator doing double duty until tho Constable J. R. McCain went to ore urged to attend both services Union City, next Monday evening new direct connected engine and gen- Greenfield, Mo. Friday on business. nnd a general Invitation is given. At and Tuesday. Several of the promi- erator can be Installed. W. A. Cravens and J. S. Grlffeth East Hickman Chapel revival ser- nent worker ln tho denomination Mr. Phlpps, of Martln( was here were in Union City Friday on busivices will begin, preaching at 11 a. to bo there. A full delegation from this week on business. ness. m and 7 30 p. ni. by Rev. E. V Hickman Is requested. Among the Churches. affair. " Tft f "' A. E. Caldwell spent one night last week with his father. Judge Caldwell,' near Union City. Miss eo(TriMii hi Havana harbor. Van tu- - been admitted to the cof-firila n uiiiu tin- level of the harbor t. I, and the Maine la - ruling at anchor within her Nannie Taylor and Shelllo ii 4i ii ax i I v i i ii v 1 ' ' . the name posl- night of February wlu-i- i mIi waa blown up. uplcrs nro Issued from i ii the cofferdam will bo ro- .i i ihe patched up wrockage .no, powerful fighting craft i. 'im1 nut io sea and sunk In idtiti.-slly n tf An Open Letter TO THE PATRONS OF BRADLEY, THE TAILOR, AND OTHERS: There is something more in buInow to us than mere profit. Wo derive an lmmenso amount of pleasure in tho knowledge thnt we give ourtrado full valuo for their money. The satisfaction wo derive when our patrons meets us on tho street, look us In tho eyo, shako ua by tho hand nnd tell us how pleaaed they aro with our garments, Is worth moro to us than ten times tho profit. A TAILORING Farmer, of Dresden, were visiting in this vicinity last week. Misses Myrtle and Dora Howard spent Saturday and Sunday, with their grandmother, Mrs. Grace Caldwell, of Fremont. S. K. Barnes 'went to St. Louis this week with a big shipment ot furs. This makes the third trip for S. K. thi3 winter to St. Louis with furs. Rev. Walden Stigler was called Thursday from his school to preach tho funeral of Mr. Clarence Glover In Lake county, a brother of Mrs. O. W. Donnel of Clayton. LcMo Parks, of Union City," went to his farm below Clayton lost week in his auto and got stuck up on a hill and had to get a team to pull it out for, him. I guess Mr. Parks will be like the ground hog, he will crawlback in his den with his car. and stay until spring opens. t.'t. Hi-- r BUI Drowned. Two Cornell iuii.nK A. Converse of Buffa- '' d ( hnrles W. Qetman of Rich- ffU Springs, were drowned at King' fury, ulion they gkated Into a crevice In the Ice on Lake Cayuga. A com-anion, Hodnoy (). Newman, also fell Into tha hole, but held on to tho edgo of tha leu and finally pulled himself 1',-rr1 Two Cornell Students M a. N V, Feb. 2w. GUARANTEE THAT GUARANTEES Our guarantee Is retrospective; it is not given at the time of sale merely for tho purpose of Inducing your purchase, nor is it given at the time 'jou pay, for tho purposo of making you feel good temporarily, but It Is a continuing guarantee, given In absolute good faith. To prove that our guarantee DOES QUARANTEE( wo herewith announce: If any purchaser of a Suit or Overcoat - I "UKt) DIAMOND" Overalls i season Is ments have given, we hereby offer to make new garments free of charge. that we delivered last not entirety satisfied with the service that the garmake them right or Our competitors will say, "Just a bluff," but wo know better than thoy tho quality of our tailoring, which makes It safo to lssuo this most unusual tallorlug guarantee. , Our magnificent assortment of tho very latest approved woolen fabrics for Spring, embracing everything do slrable from the domestic nnd foreign markets, Is ready for your Inspection. oU rcporu from Miss Alux Adams at Roswoll, N. M., for hor A HALF THOUSAND STYLES TO SELECT FROM Suits and Overcoats j'calth, stato thnt aho In very much Improved. A fow days beo n very sulden chango in hor condition occasioned Bonio alarm on tho port of Stives XI nnd frlcndj. -,. . . .. uuon nnu who ana .. aim. Brakes Cause New York Wreck. m Throlkeld returned Monday from Now York, Feb. 27. An olovated vrieana whero thoy attouded road accident Sunday night caused tho Mardl rim. ..... ..- - i(i-- nt n Rnnrn of Dassongors on two . M Third avonuo trains. One train whoso Ncttlo Iloblnson. motorman asserts ho was unamo w i,rs M. Amberg has roturnod from work tho brakes properly ran into tho of another train at 166th ,V uv ujHior, aira, iunue, iu rear end I T'ptonvme, itreet. Tono. Tailored to Taste, Upwards from $15.00 Ti ousers from $5.00 BRADLEY THE TAILOR When the Garments are finished they'll have to please you or we won't accept your money. .!.. Representing A. E ANDERSON The Stitch in Time Tailor. Tho peqplp of this vicinity enjoyed an old fashion working Tuesday, 20, at Mr. Cloar's. The men commenced to roof his barn but was soon driven in by tho cold wind and rain. Some of tho men vowed when they were on the roof that they didn't think It was more than 30 feet from the north polo and the good ladles quilted out a couple of quilts for Mrs. Cloar. At noon dinner was announced and when they walked In tho dining room and sa.w. tho tablo loaded down with boiled ham and fish and other good things too numerous to mention, you can Imagine what they dovowed. Those attending wero W. A. Cravens and wife, Hcrmon Cloar and wife, C. H. Bruer nnd wife, J. E. Grlffeth and wlfo Babe Hudson and wife, J. S. Grlffe'th and wife, Kont Harper and wife, Mrs. Annie Smith and daughter Mrs. Till Cloar, Miss Kate Cheatham, Gus Cunningham, Tom Lancaster, J. A. Williams, Sid Pinion, G. W. Donnell, H. B. Cloar, Jesslo McKlnzIo, Frank James, Willie Smith, John Jackson, and they all report ed a nlco time. w "i J h v3tvM' Twii-.ff- Mvjfm ym nMyi''"i"u Sw, Wants Real Prohibition. "But we are going to shut off the TO EJECT POOR PEOPLE supply from the other states," says the league. Don't believe RIQHTS OF SQUATTERS ON EAST it for a second. The THE league la opposed to prohibition If It ST. LOUIS TRACT TESTED. prohibits, and I am sure that 90 per Made Already Homelee BILL cent of the people in our dry counties, Some THE PRIMARY ELECTION Through the Destruction of AS WAS PUSHED THROUGH who lnoludtng those constituents Shanties by Officers. COMPROMISE MEASURE. clamor for county unit, would vote against prohibition It It prohibited. St. Louis, Feb. 27. A suit to "Unless I am very muah mistaken, "demonstrate" title to a tract of land UNIT BILL A SPECIAL ORDER the extension of tho county unit bill Is sear the National stock yards, East not favored by the majority of the BL Louis, known as Weed City, has Compultory Primary Bill of Thomp-io- n members of either the house or the been filed In the court of Justice WilProhibitionists Are Out for senate, and that It has been voted for liam Bell by Thomas L. Fokete, a real by scores of men simply because it estate agent, claiming to represent a Real Prohibitive was In the platform of both parties. the owners. Measure. The twenty families who occupy Four administration Frankfort. the ground, claiming squatter rights, measure, one providing for tho exten- Tax Revision. With the county unit bill out of the are to be ejected, and as thoy are all sion of the county unit bill, another creating a state department of bank- way, tho house Immediately took up poor, the matter will probably nevor ing, the third providing for compu-aor- y the measure looking to a revision of go beyond the Justice court, but tho primary elections, and the fourth the tax system. Wesley V. Perry of squatters will not lose much time in ubmlttlng to a vote of the people Logan county, offered an amendment, Setting back on their "claims" and their places of abode. whether or not tho constitution shall which was adopted, providing that in Tho flrut time tho squatters became be so amended as to provide for a re- case the people vote to amend the convision of the tax laws of Kentucky, stitution any lew enacted by the legis- swore that anybody ownod or claimed lature changing tho system of taxation to own the ground was In March, went over the plate In the house. Tho county unit extension bill that shall first be ratified by the people be- 190S, when the Walcott, Beer & Grand passed tho house Is the one that was fore It becomes effective. In other Horse and Mulo company established offered In the senate by J. C. Orahtm words, he said, if the people of Ken- Its sales stables south of the Naof Grayson county, and was passed by tucky, at the next general election, tional stock yards. gave to the that body some tlmo ago. It Is now to change general assembly the right Tries to Build Switch. the tax system the law ready for the signature of the goverThe railroad company sought to nor, and will become effective 90 days passed by that legislature accomplishafter this session of the general as- ing the change shall be submitted to place a switch from the Terminal the people at tho succeeding general tracks to the sales atables throueh sembly has been adjourned. I election for ratification before it be- property occupied by tho squatters. Primary Election Bill. The squatters, armed with shotguns The primary election bill passed by comes effective. and other weapons, defied the rail the house is In the nature of a com- I road employes. The squatters appromise substitute of the bill of Charl- Corrupt Practices. ton B. Thompson of Covington, preCharlton B. Thompson, author of peared to be having the best of tho viously passed by the house, and that the primary bill that passed the house, Oght when Fekete appeared and. deof W. V. Eaton of Paducah, passed by explained that the only difference be- claring ho represented Joshua Jump, the senate. The substitute, which car- tween the substitute and his original trustee for the Collott estate of Philries with It an emergency clause, will measure was that the substitute did adelphia, and other owners of the have to pass the senate and receive not provide for the selection of dele- land, instituted ejectment proceedthe Indorsement of Governor McCrea- gates to national conventions at com- ings against the squatters. ry before It becomes etfectlve. Constables went to Weed City and pulsory primary elections, calling atThe bill creating the state depart- tention to the fact that the section In forced the squatters off, in some one that pass- his original bill covering that point ment of banking Is the destroying their "shacks," ed the senate, but It was so amended had been stricken out before the making them absolutely homeless. In the house as to eliminate the bipar- measure was passed. The only The present suit is simply a declaratisan feature. This will necessitate bill, he said, was that the tion of ownership on the part of parpassage by the senate again. Its between the substitute and the ties represented by Fekete. The measure looking to a revision stltute carried with It an emergency of the tax system also was amended clause. FIRE ROUTS THREE HUNDRED by the house, requiring further action on It by the senate. The day in the Practices. Leap From the house was looked upon as the banner torrult corrupt practice Four In Newark, New Second Story Whon one In the history of Kentucky's gen- bill was the Hamilton a special order, Jersey, taken up as Blase. eral assembly. Representative J. R. Howell of Larue Newark, N. J., Feb. 27. Fire broke Representative Green Keller of Car- county a substitute. Mr. lisle started action by offering a res- Hamilton offered an amendment to his out la the great plant of the Consolioffered olution, which was adopted by a party bill, eliminating dated Metal company at Nassau and that section providing Sheffield vote, making the five measures men shortly before noon that every item of expenditure by a Monday. streets tioned special orders of the day. Three hundred girls fled In I candidate while making his race for panic from the building. County Unit Bill. office shall be set down In detail and At It was reported to the poThe Graham county unit extension turned over to tho proper authorities. bill was taken up, when Henry Mey- He said that section seemed to meet lice that several were missing and ers of Covington called attention to the most objection when his measure were believed to have beea burned to j the fact that one day last week the was considered In committee of the death Tho flames started oa the first house voted to make It a special or- whole several days ago, and that he floor of the building but soon spread der for noon today He objected to was willing to obviate the requirement to the second and third floors. taking It up before that hour, and that every candidate designate the Four girls Jumped from a seoend story window and were badly hurt. when Speaker Terrell declined to en- number of cigars and drinks d tertain his objection he threatened to by him for friends while mak The first girl that jumped was Lulu appeal from the decision of the chair. ing his canvas. Dowdle. She was badly crushed and Mr Terrell told him to prepare his when taken to the hospital appeared appeal In writing, and Mr. Meyers to be In a dying condition. started to do so. A few minutes later, Newcomb Auto Bill. Throe alarms were sounded, bringbill has ing all the fire fighting apparatus of The Newcomb automobile however, he stated that he" had never appealed from a decision of the chair )ccupled the center of the stage In the the city to the scene. In his life and that he had decided not lenate. The consideration of the to appeal from the decision of the measure, section by section, continued TWENTY KILLED IN STORM was then present speaker. The bill placed upon Its passage, 66 represen- intil section 16 was reached. Senator Southern Arkansas Suffers Heavy EL D. Newcomb, author of the bill, tatives voting for and 22 again t Damage In Life and aharged that the Knight measure that t Talk on Prison Bill. Property. passed the house was drawn by the has While Governor McCreary silence relative to Louisville Automobile club, and was maintained Stuttgart, Ark., Feb. 27. Twenty what brought about his change tntroduced in the general assembly persons are known to be dead and on the prison bill, thero is a story go- limply to "muddy the water." Mr. more than a hundred Injured tn a ing the rounds hero to the effect that Newcomb plainly said that his antagosyclone that passed over southeast he was influenced In declaring for a nism to the bill was mainly Inspired Arkansas late Sunday night, blowing bipartisan measure originally by the by that fact. town farm houses, forest trees and fear that 11 Brown and Harvey killing hundreds of head of stock. Upheld. to land the Judgment would be able Judgment of the Bourbon circuit The worst part of the storm la reRepublican members of the general tourt was upheld by the court of ap- ported from Sweden and Swan Lake, assembly on any other proposition. case of the Louisville and where 11 persons have been found He, it Is said, made the mistake of peals in the railroad against the Burley overestimating the strength of Brown Nashville society. The society recov- lead. Two are dead at Tarry, 20 miles Tobacco and McCutchen, present prison com-- 1 ered a Judgment for 140,000 damages louth of Pine Bluff, and 15 Injured. mlssioners, and when they issued i cr the destruction by fire of two The tornado broke with fury at Star their letter explaining that they had warehouses at Mlllersburg. There Lincoln county. Every village decided to keep hands oS In the fu- were 352 hogsheads f tobacco stored City, saw mill settlement has been tnd ture, and make no effort to Influence In the building at the time of the Are. completely blown away, and the loss way or the other. the legislators one The railroad company contested thi Governor McCreary was content to tult on the ground that the oclety of life reported so heavy that the number of doad may be greaty Increased. let the house pass a partisan bill, was an Illegal or combine and taking the position that he was power- without authority of law to prosecute less to dictate legislation, and that he the suit. The court declares It has on SENATOR REED ASKS INQUIRY had every confidence in ie members teveral occasions held that the soof the general assembly to do what ciety is not operated in violation of Mlssourlan's Resolution Introduced they believed to be for the best in- law S3 long ax it does not attempt to After He Hears $58,000 Was terests of the state. Used to Buy Seat. raise the price of leaf tobacco above Its real value. Harmon Speaks to Assembly. Washington, Feb. 27. Senator Reed Before an audlenco that filled every of Missouri Monday Introduced in the Bchool Investigation. seat on the floor and overflowed from senate his resolution directing an e EmanuelMeyer, Republican the gallery Into the halls. Gov. Judson into the election of Senafrom Louisville, sprang a tor Dupont of Delaware. Harmon of Ohio proved his popularity lurprise on the other representatives In Kentucky when he addressed the Reports that Dupont purchased his from that city when he introduced a olectlon, using $58,000 In gold for the snembers of the general assembly. state senator resolution, which was adopted, calling purpose, led to tho introduction of the Lewis W. Arnett, from Covington, Introduced Governor apon the speaker to name a commitresolution. Harmon. In his introduction Senator tee of five to Investigate the public Sonator Dupont is a member of the system of Louisville. His moArnett paid the Ohio executive a high school Immensely wealthy family which owns compliment, declaring he had crushed tion that the resolution be adopted and controls tho powder interests of out the "hordes of greed and graft In was seconded by John W. Holland, of Delaware. Ohio and restored popular rule." Bhelbyvllle, former law partner of Tho resolution was referred to the Senator Arnett said aa Governor Har-ano- n fudge Frank Poak, now of Louisville, committee on privileges and elections. had "driven the forces of greed who some time ago Introduced a bill and graft out of Ohio, so he would be that was killed, looking to the aboliCar Traffic Paralyzed. tion of the Louisville board of educaFollowing the In the nation." Des Moines, la., Feb. 27. Stroet tion and providing for a board of sevof Governor Harmon, Lieut. car traffic is paralyzed in a dozen Gov. E. J, McDermott took the floor. en members In its stead. Iowa cities, railroad trains aro either stalled or annulled, and Iowa is facing Personal Encounter. Rules Committee. A personal encounter between Sam-ae- l tho worst blizzard of the season. Senator Claude M. Thomas of BouH. Kash, of Corbln, former state Eleven Inches of snow has fallen on rses eounty offered an amendment to three to senate rules, which was adopted, revenue agent, and J. P. Whlttlnghlll, a level and Is drifted from the roads. the March 1 the of Owensboro, formerly attorney for a dozen feet in tho cuts of providing that after Imminent on nUes committee shall have the power Mr. Kash, appeared retiring room, the Snowfall Records Broken. folBoor of the senate at any time te eall up any bill for lowing a two hours' grill to which Mr. Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 27. Snowto committee, or from any or the orders of the day, and Whlttlnghlll was subjected by the spe- fall records for this section for 12 committee years have bocn broken by a fall 'yjtoee It oa it passage, and providing cial senate Investigating further, that during the last two days engaged In probing the affairs of for- which measured 11 Inches and still c the seestoa oaly house bills shall mer revune agents. For a thine the falling. Trains from all directions are be oeMtderea by the senate as altercation became sopcrsonafc that from half an hour to ten hours late. Uome wader the above provision ef blows were momentarily expected ard Street car servlco is demoralized here were only averted by coler minds. and was cut off to Kansas City, Kas. ae FOUR PARTY BILLS Anti-Saloo- n i PASS HOUSE anti-Saloo- n BUGGIES mmim WJ21 vl - I iii W -H m i.n- - El UX. ?,' rl , ffeisn n sub-teren- We now have the best line of BUGGIES that we have ever carried. And the 12-I- pur-:hase- STYLE FINISH and TIMBER ZLJ 2 en -- W that goes into the 4-U- -. make-u- p j A repre-lentatlv- can't be beat. We get behind vP mrAHir nna ui Liicae JUUS, clUU 1L I J 2I wvcji.y vjhv will certainly pay you to 1A. 9 ad-dr- LOOK US UP Hickman Hdw. Co. INCORPORATED la J if com-asiette- e, rulr it - - y 4m tfkm. -- Wl lotjssip JJTsjl. EfTRDR , ffl223pV'r' I V Paul Jones Not Permitted to Rest found by General Porter In what was tbo only Protestant cemetory In the city of Paris at the time of the admiral's death, and was secured only after two months tunneling undor building yet left standing. Congress declined to make an appropriation, but the president did send a warship, and the body was brought back to the United States n state and carried to Annapolis, There were gTeat doings there at the time or the arrival of tbe body, and It as then put In a great leadon casket, and Is now packed away under the stairs In a dark corner of one of the buildings A great crypt Is being prepared for the body, and It Is expected that there will bo ceremonies of magnificent character when the body Is laid In this crypt Meanwhllo American critics are attacking the authenticity of tbe John Paul Jones find. Charles Henry Hart of Philadelphia, who Is said to be an authority, that the body Is not the body of America's first naval hero Gen eral Porter says that Harts attack on me auibcntlrlty of the body Is too silly for serious consideration Hut whatever may be said or done, those In a position to Judge as well as the great majority of the American people, believe the body found In Paris Is that of Paul Jones s Change in Firm take this means of notifying my friends, customers and the general public public that I am now sole owner of the lumber business in Hickman, formerly conducted under the firm name of Reynolds-Mos- s Lumber Co., having purchased the entire stock owned by my associate, Mr. C. Moss, of Union City. The business will be confined at its present location and under the same management as heretofore. This change makes it necessary to collect, at once, all accounts due the old firm, and those indebted to it will confer a favor by making an immediate settlement. Remember that I will continue to carry everything in lumber and building material, and am in a position to make you low prices! See me before placing your order for anything in my line. I Taul Jones. It as though our first idffi'ral of the navy, who was a giddy pirate, Is never to bs tort e ed to rest either in body or den. Horace Porter, forIn i o "ry mer r American minister to France, the burial spot of John ,!, Paul .nes In the heart of Paris under of maioory, which had beea f rt'rd into homes since the Araer-Ira- r admiral had been burled there. At h i own expense he had the build UK razed, secured the Vody of Paul jvr- -t and brought It te this country. identification of the body by Tb Porter was Bade upon com-r- r' raeaiureraents of the body !'-- ! Denrral Porter bad discovered Inl'ni'i When tbe leaden casket was ope' 1 it was found that the body was slate or preservation, and tne !e fi nc.s rcments sgroed exactly with tiow which General Porter bad discovered Tbe features were plainly U same as those ot the Houdoa bust The body had been of Paul Jones. WAtMiKOTONr-'owold-tim- f u-e- . 3 MAMWAM, Scandalized MARTHA HEARD at Rank of "Furriners" 2JwbrsS tf i i has been on a the White House. In a UrV 3AKM se Nmepun dress, with a new red dlTaBWl ob all oe He si a handkerchief wound tightly VY? V r tABaiiii&ri FUrMMtS t her head and another crossed r.. fl. t fashion over her ample bosom. lEVtRaieoi Hart '.a has been showing Mrs. Taft Taft how a good old southin! i ? UJiy'j ern mimmjr can give a French maid raM and spades and then beat her at de White House, hit look lak I couldn't game. ifr hoi' in no longer So I sex to Miss Martha went to tbe White House as Taft 'Lawd Omlghty, Miss Taft. Ue staid of a young aoutbern woman hut you reckln dls country gwln' ter who visited Miss Helen Taft. come ter, Id a nigger couple up When preparations for a great din- here mlxln' roun' wld do white qualner began at the White House Martha ity?" How come it I see all dem fine as In her element. Herself one of white folks prancing round wld dem tho--e famous cooks whose art has common black niggers. Dey belong in made the hospitality of the south trade kitchen, not de pahla. ditional. Martha asked to be allowed "Well, sab, hit look lak Miss Taft to have a band in the preparation of ti menu aelectod by Mrs. Taft, That an' Miss Helen laf fit tor kill deyselves bout dls, but I had done got de grarious Isdy readily gave her conmy mind by speskln' test, and for the first time since tbe burden offn ays of Andrew Jackson the savory out An' atter dat. Miss Helen shs look lak she couldn't git over my beln' ooora of southern cook-lo- g was firose from tbo White House kltch-e- t dsr at do White House. Hit llers, 'Well Marthy, what d'ye think o stove One featuro of Washington life at dlar Or. Well, Marthy, what d'ye blrh Martha feels scandalised la think o' datr "And Miss Taft she ask ev'ry day: the high social rank of the diplomat'Welt, ell, Marthy, how do hit all ic corps you? You nover did "Ir In Washington city," she de- strlko guest at the White think you'd House, did clare, Mlth a not of scorn in her be a voir, -- de white folks mixes In wld your And dem ladles bad fust one cullah'd butler and den another, to all sorts o" furrlners Chlnamens, e Turks, an', wussern dat yas, take me all over dat town and show Uwd. wusier'n dat iley actually goes me do sights. ld a cullah'd couple." (She refers to "An' do president? He couldn't 'a' the Martian minister and hla wife.) been no kinder ter me ef his own pa ' When I knowed 'bout dat cullah'd had dono ben my ole marster In slacouple comln' ter a state reception at very times," Mlmi4& o-- in T. R. Reynolds Hickman, Ky. R. S. Allison W. O. McMillan .McL. DeLnney AVOID u m HARSH DRUGS. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. TOO REMARKABLE TO FALL Jsp-anea- New Animals Discovered by Curator 5K?I vpvr1 trs-XMR- - ?ja) ( 100 r BELIEVE (Mh'WMl 6T10MCS i f m --. - THIS ANIMAL TO THE r m yir imm f 4E3-S- b ot mammals, United NHolllstor, assistant curator of the States National museum, announces tbe discovery of four new animals 'torn the Canadian Rockies, in a paper lust published by the Smithsonian a small party naturalists from the Smithsonian nM'tuUon accompanied the expedition f the Alplno club of Canada to the M' Hobson region, where they mado nrst natural history collection evor men In that vicinity. The paper mentioned above is tho first publication d by the Institution on this cxpe-""'Ioalthough J. II. IHIey, a member of the party, has written a description of two new species of birds discovered on tho trip, which has recently wen published in the proceedings of Jbe Biological Society of Washington; both of the birds are of the sparrow family, one a song sparrow, and the WIWWWWMWMIW " During laat summer is-w- n, other a species known as fox sparrow. The natural history work of the expedition was under the charge of Mr. Holllster. He paid especial attention, however, to the mammals, four ot which ho describes a chipmunk, a manteled ground squirrel and two bats. All the specimens came from the neighborhood of Mt, Robson, which lies In the wild and unexplored parts of Urltish Columbia, at about 14,500 feet elevation. Tho chipmunk Is a new species, and all tho specimens of It come from the region along the boundary line British Columbia and Alberta, from Ycllowhcad Pass northward. The ground squirrel is a beautifully marked and highly colored form of tho genus, and was found living In the alpine meadows and rocks of the region above timber line. Tim hend and shoulders are a rich and glossy Mars brown, and the sides aro marked by conspicuous lateral stripes. While the two now species of bats rosetnble somo well known forms, ther nro aulte distinct and readily distinguishable by tho shape of the skull. Ono of thorn cunousiy enough, most resembles a species known only from Mexico. snow-covered nro new subscribers Many Cathartics Tend to Cause Injury th Courier slnco our last week's to the Bowels. If you nre subject to constipation, port: you should avoid strong drugs and J. E. McMullin rathnrtlcs. They only give temporary C. H. Menlfeo r. lief nml their reaction Is harmful nnd J. N. Beadles sometimes more annoying thnn constiD. D. Davla tution. They In no way effect n cure Leo Pago nml their tendency Is to weaken tbe Hon. W. A. Frost already weak organs with which they B. G. Brasflcld comi In roirnct Mrs. Edna Henderson We hnncUly believe that we have rmmtlpatlon treatment eer Rev. O. H. Hardin. the devised. Our faith In It is so strong Mrs. E. Caso that y;o sell It on the positive gnnran-lc- i E. L. King thrt It thai I not co?t tho user a Mrs. J. It. Ualney cent If It doe not give entire satisfacJesso McNeil tion and completely remedy constipaMrs. Ella Smith tion This preparation is called Hoi nil C. L. Newton Onlerlle. Theso are prompt, soothing, D. II. Toombs nii'l mo"t eiTettlve In action. Thoy nre mndc of a recnt chemical discover' Mrs. Eliza Smith Tlu'lr prim Ipnl Ingredient Is odorless, J. F. Scott tustelcw, nnd oolorlens. Combined with Mrs. M. V. Cnulfield Ingredients, long other Lloyd Drown thplr uef illness In the bed for David linker treatment of constipation. It forms a Robert DeBow tnUot which Is eaten Just liko candy Oscar Green They tun) l titken at any time, either Mrs. N. E. Phillips il.iy or nlpht, without fear of their r 'iflnc any Inconvenience whatever. J. C. Barnett They do not gripe, purge, nor causo C. H. Harlan - 11. II. .Mangold n iuea. They net without causing any of the p In or executive looseness II. L. Patterson bowels. They aro Ideal for children, Chris IiCdwidgo peoweak, delicate "TterRons, and aged T. J. Malono ple, ns well ns for tho most hearty McMurry .Bros t ereon They enmo lu threo alto packages. Bud Btvcns 10 cents; 30 tablets. 12 liiMetx. J. D. Hepler 2.T cents; '0 tnblets, CO cents. C. G. McMurry you can obtain them only L. II. Coombs Tho Itcxall Store. at our store Vernon Royer The Hickman Drug Co. D. N. Rives Following to re- txt well-know- ll Wolter Brown B. R. Kuykondall II. Lamastus H. A. Wilson J. H. Jonas Mrs. Mollle Covey R. R. Rogers Judge A. W. Barkley H. L. Williams C. H. Tompson J. L. Buckingham II. A. Choate Dr. E. G. Overby Mrs. Savannh Green Ed Lcdwldgo R. A. Threlkeld Mrs. M. V. Gass Chas. Fowlkes Mrs. Emlel Hunzlker Clarence Coleman Clay Roper Miss Pearl Cloar . B. F. Ward Berry Threlkeld G. N. Greer D. W. Hepler Mrs. Frank Oliver Sidney TravlB T. R. Roynolds Henry Matheny R, Ruined Old Barn Set Moso an Example and He Proceeded to Get Well. J. Patterson E. II. Parham S. D. Bond C. G. Illggs A. G. Campbell Jo Campbell Lewis Hegmon Mrs. Val Carpenter Mrs. E. T, Lucas Vlrglo McLaughlin Mrs. P. B. Henry J. R. Taylor Tom Allen C. II. Smith Frank Smith G. M. Covoy In their first walk of the season Wobrook-ln-the-HUthe Judge and his wife stopped at the Bartons' to Inquire for Mose, who was reported to have been "moro'n common allln', 'long back." They fonnd Mrs. Barton In the garden, weeding "Yes. he was awful bad nil last winter," she said, gradually rising, and straightening up. "First be hsd grippe, an' that left his heart weak, an' 'long toward March his liver kind o' got ont o' whack. Then Mose sent for doctor, an' he called It 'complication o' diseases,' ""You're a sick man,' says doctor. "T know that,' says Mose, 'thout you're tellln' met You know his wayf 'But this complication, 's you call It, Is what stumps me I guess I'd better get well an be dldl" "Suthln" in that, eh, squire?" said Mose, suddenly appearing from behind the house. "Mucbl" asserted the Judge. "Didn't find my argyment in a book, same as you would, squire," Mobo continued. "Got It up on the hills, from the old Collin's barn 'member ItT" "I should say I did!" said tho Judge, smiling remlnlscently; "roofless, practically and open on all sides!" "Bnt kep' for nigh thutty year 'cause It was so ramshackle It didn't know which way to fall My case exactly!" declared Moso Mar-towith a twinkle. Youth's at ls 1 n, BUYS BOWEN'S RESTAURANT. J N Gnrrett has purchased W. E. llowen's restaurant, located on tho corner In tho old Kirk building, nnd Is busy this week making necessary repairs. Gnrrott will contlnuo tho business, and will run in connec candy-makinestablishment tion a nnd confectionery. The now proprietor was n citizen of Hickman somo 25 years ngo and his many old friends hero will be glad to know' thnt he and his fnmlly aro to locato here permanently. g Henry Anderson Soth Curlln J. C. Dotson A. J. Plant Indian Population EXCLU8IVB of Alaska, the Indian ot the United States in 1010 was. In round figures, 305,000, as compared with 243,000 In 1890, and 270,-00- 0 in 1900. Contrary to tho popular notion, the Indian Is increasing. His gain In numbers, moreover, is far less surprising than la bis growth In Industry and Intelligence. The 5,470 Indians residing in New York, chiefly ram-nanof the old Iroquois, follow tho me pursuits as their white neigh-bordress the same, and, save in complexion, differ from tho whites in o essential particular. Much more "an a third of nil the Indians in the united states, or 117,000, reside In uaiahoma, Moat ot these ara members ot the ts s, WW' Rapidly Increasing 2?- Mrs. Bortha A. Leech Jno. R. Luten F. K. Bradley C. R. Sowell Don't fool yourself about sewinjr ma- chlno you want Get the best tho Singer why of course Best machin and cosiest terms. Wo make thetrf elng. Everybody likes them. See L A. Brock, the agent. Cumb. phone 128. T. T. Crockett W. T. Royer NOMINATING - imttAHnniimtitll XaSjOLVX! CONVENTIONS. LATE, POPULAR NlpTlrSVsi&w old Five Civilized Tilbes (Cherokces, Creeks, Choctaws, CblckaBaws and Bemlnoles), each of which, In the old Indian territory, which was part of .u- - ..,.anf atn nf Oklahoma, had a two- civil government of Its own for LAUNDRY -- AT- Tho political partlles will nominate following places: Socialist National convention at Oklahoma City May 12. Republican nominating convention at Chicago, June 18. Democratic nominating convention at Baltimore, June 25. Get right on tho shingle question use our famous California Redwood ihtngles the best yet. Reynold, Mosa Lumber Co. their candidates for president at tho Sheet Music Just received, price MARRIAGE LICENSES. Granted In Obion County Since Our Last Issue. a R. L. Bradley Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices or 3 for 50c 20c with SChOOlS, -- ui mines, factories, mercantile churches, houses, banks nna omer accesiuu the highest civilisation. nantlirv vou.-- w, .t. ,. inirua Jesso Glldewcll nnd Martha Johnson. Everett Jones nnd Claude Heskett. nobert Clark and Ellen Arrington. Fethe & French jm a srz? ,'-- WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? The Courier's Weekly Sermon WHAT IS MAN? IS HE A Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, 8rc See samples. At Courier Office. creature In heaven and In earth shall ba heard ssjlng. Prulio and glory and hon or dominion and might, be unto him thst sltteth upon the Throne and unto thtt I.aml forever." and when there shall be no more sighing no more crying and no more dying temuse all the former things of sin nnd death shall have paste-- ! away, because the great King. Metslsh, the Itedeemer of mankind, shall deliver him from the power of sin and death and the tomb. Well did he state his mission work: "The Bon of man camo to and to ircorrr lAol irMra mil tut." k?y r- - Air li MCWyi . x r VIA . h- .Jx r . . jjjffmwmmmm. j v. L!7?r-f JVW i -- "rirr. I' 'WWW rwm. -- .r Lr"rr . 1r&L at "..) . tS " vtaV s2.w.s ,7-- ,V SPIRIT BEIH3 OR AN ANIMAL? o LT.AY WF.AM3 r--- atW i rrs B.tasviJfi Ve . .. ' f- - bii-- x Pastor Startles His Audlenoe by Confirming Bobby Burns, "A Man's a Man For A That." --- Ru:ll !- If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. A4t' If ac Buffalo, flew York, X. jpNever CsiMlltl IW. Vf C Come Hickman Wag-o- n Co. A Incorporated LOCUST IS QUEER 'BIRD' In-se- I A. M. TYLERl ; ', Attorney-at-La- w Habit of This Pestiferous Form an Interesting Subject for Study. 1 !; ! ; The Purpose of an Lafayette, Ind. Unquestionably tho and Notary Public locusts form n, most Interesting subject for careful study. They Courts Will practice in all are the longest lived of all Insects of the State. and In many ways are quite remarkable. They are not locusts at alt. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY S strictly speaking, but cicadas, mem bers of an ancient nice In their line. On account of the strange contradictions of a cicada's habits and the Office over Rice's Shoe Store curiosity which he has aroused In Inquiring man, probably more observations of this Insect have been made than concerning any other of his world. Traditions of tho Indians dwell upon these Insects and their ways and centuries ago the song of the cicada was noted In the forest primeval. Much confusion attended the efforts of Investigators to solve the cicada's Advertisement 1 is to serve your needs. It will help sell your people you want to reach. An advertise-ment goods talk to the in this paper flf Life of a Locust or Cicada. to those whose wants are worth supplying. is a referenda guide Business ST. PAUL'S Directory ASK FOR RATES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Office la LaClede Building oa comer. Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Dentist Davidson' old at&nd. Phone No. 2. Hickman. Ky. FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmara. HICKMAN Funeral Phone 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Lost, Proprietor. Tho only dairy Fulton County. la W.,F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. Rough Lumber for Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything in this line, see 1- -2 Dr. J. M. HUBBARD A heavy cold in the lungs that was expected to cure itself has been the starting point In many coses of disease that ended fatally. The sensible course la to take frequently doses of BALIiARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It checks the progress of the disorder and asslata nature to restore normal conditions. Prices 25c, COo M4 $1.00. Sold by Hickman Drug Co Hteksuun Courier and CoawercU- - life riddle unUl the discovery was made, In 1845, that there were two races, one which had a cycle of IS years and was native In the southern part of the United States, and the other dwelling In the north which requires 17 years for its development The cicada first makes Its appearance on this globe as a tiny pearly egg that his mother forced Into an orifice which she dug In a twig high on a tree one fine spring day. At the left In the Illustration Is shown the Insect while breaking from Its casing, showing different stages of the Interesting process, and at the right a locust after It has emerged for Its brief existence In tho sunlight ot earth. After a few weeks he Is hatched out and In a twinkling he Is running about this way and that on the branch of tho tree which Is nearest to him. The newly-borcicada larvae loses no Ume in sightseeing. After rushing over the bark for a few minutes he goes to the edge ot the branch and, without hesitation, throws himself Into space. It is some strange Instinct which prompts him to take the change, without the slightest Idea ot where he will fall, but he reaches the earth In safety. His only Idea Is to hide. Over and over the ground he runs, and then, finding a little crevlci he digs down into the loam, burrows with all his might and soon at least 12 or IS Inches of earth, and often soveral feet, are between him and daylight He Is not happy until hj gets away from all bis relatives, for the larvae of tho cicada are not sociable. Each one like some solitary gnome exists through 17 years of subterranean life. How the cicada knows when ho must rise from his solitude and go forth with a million of his fellows to make roundelays Is one of the hidden mysteries of nature. From arylng depths, some through hard, baked clay, others through stony soil and many through dark loam, they start on their upward trend. The front legs are fitted In this last stage of the subterranean life with digging tools In the form of ponderous clavs. The cicada reaches up over his head, tears down the soil, rolls It Into pellets, presses them do-vbeneath him and digs for more. When the right time comes, always at night, the hosts which for so many years have kept their haunts below the sod silently steal forth, like an army with muffled feet They swarm up the bark ot trees, the very ones on whose roots they have been feeding all tho years of their underworld life, and slowly, almost awkwardly, affix themselves to twigs and branches. There In a few minutes a cicada strips Itself of Its casing, which splits down the middle of the thorax. Then the Insect Is a really, truly locust, ready to do as Its forbears have done, and fated to go the same way In the same space ot time. The average life of the cicada on earth Is six weeks, and is very small as compared evlstenn. 'with bis Inpc under-worlSubscribe for the Courier. full-grown n d twice here today In the Optra House, He had excellent attention and a crowded house. We report one ot his addresses from the text. "What Is tnanT" (I'salm vUL ) Ho said rfTOTrfctW.VJEU.J Confusion prevails respecting mnn's nature, as well ot In regard to his origin We havo no quarrel with ami destln) those who boast of monkey parenluco nd Involution and who hope against facts that mankind will soon be a race of gods nnd that dying, somehow. Is n step upward Into life while It appears to be a rtcp down Into death. To those who are happy In this Illogical view I have nothing to say now I address the more hurublo-mindewho confess their perplexity and who have not become so worldly-wU- a as to reject the Ulble as the voice Divine. However we may understand the Ulble' s declaration respecting the tower animals that the water swurmed and brought forth various kinds we must admit thst Its statements respecting man are ex. Holt he was not thus brought forth, but f. declared to have been a direct creation or God In his own Image and character-t.krneonly on a lower plane of organ-- l m Adam poiseed God's likeness In ' mental and moral qualities higher an thoe of brutes, by which man Is rtlr to reason and philosophise respecting sclentlflo and mora) problems, Thes higher human powers were dwarfed and the lower and more animal powers maintained to the full, by reason of the fall and Ita sentence. "Dying thou shalt die." Jesus Was Made a Little Lower Than the Angela The Scriptures do not suggest that man w is an Imperfect or undeveloped species whose death could be a change to another nnlure and ethereal form and a heavenly hums. Quite to the contrary The hope et before Adam everlasting life and nn earthly Eden It was this that be lost end It Is this enrthly nature and human Perfection In Gels image In Paradise restored that the Rerlpturre hold out as ths hopo of th world through the glorified Messiahs Klngdom- -a spiritual Kingdom In whlrh the faithful, elect Church of this nge will participate. That Kingdom of righteousness will bo "beyond the vail" of human sight Yet Its power will be unl- rwit and exereld on man'a behalf for the restraint of Satan and every adverse Influence and for human assistance back to all that was lost by disobedience In IMcn and all that was redeemed by the oiwtllenc of Calvary. Nor even then will the Image of Ood, as represented In the human wilt, be coerced. Merely the glorious opportunities of and of restitution will be afforded - every creatureand those who them will be cut off from life In tli Heath (Acts III. r God. ansvers the question of our text. "Wrmt Is mun'" He declares. 'Thou madesf him (In his Hdento perfection) a little lower thsn tho angels Thou rrownelst him with glory and honor (the dlpnlty and power or the perfect Adam) T'idii iliilst set him over the works of thine hands (an earthly being he was at the head of all earthly creatures the V lir of earth), over the beasts of the field the fowl of heaven, the fish of the r a thou hast, put all things under his (with kingly power clearly outlined f and his subjects named). Evidently man hid n mental power for the control of the lower asldo from physical f'Tre. as Intimated In his primary deal-- li g with them and giving them their names (Helirrwa II. We have known men possessed of wonderful ms'gnetla such s rtarey. and t mrrn of wild beasts and reptllea. nut Adam, perfect, must have possessed this power In n still superior degree A I'ttls lower thsn the angels, yet very much higher than the beasts wan this of earth In his perfection And such nun will be as a redeemed and restored race, when tho Divine Plan ahall ) ive, been f 'I outworked, when "every 8 d, llusstll presetted I'astor sk u Man. then Is an animal of a high, glorious type, adapted to his earthly horns and It adapted to his welfsre when he and It shall both be In perfection. Of the earth It Is written that "God made It not In vain, but to l Inhabited " And again The "earth ohMeth fore'er" "seed time and harvr't. raid and heat, summer and winter, enduring as long as there are sun and moon ' Again. "Earth la Oofs foot stool and he nil! make the place of his feet glorious" To this end the earth will shortly b turned over to the great Redeemer, who will "take his great power and reign " II will put down all enemies and lift up mankind, redeemed by his sacrifice, giving an opportunity of everlasting life to all. nnd then, as 81 Paid declares, after having accomplished the restitution work for msn and tor ths will turn ovsr earth the Redetmer-KInthe government of the world to God, even the Father (1 Corinthians li: It). Our ((rest mistake In the past has been Hence In not studying the Rlble correctly we fulled to see that only an elect "little flock' Is Invited to a heavenly rsward for In the narrow way of following self sacrifice, ami that then the earthly reward will be bestowed during Messiah's reign upon all the witling and obedient and that thus will be accomplished ths original Divine Intention of having an earth full of people, amongst whom Ood's wilt shall tx done as In heaven At some future time we msy take up, Kor the What Is the soul of manT present let us briefly say that the word soul finds Its synonym In the word being and that when God had created man ot the dust nf the earth he was a man onlr In form he was not n soul or being. h had no thought or sentient being. When Uod started Adsm s physical sstsm by bmwtng Into his nostrils the breath of lives (as the Hebrew Scriptures itate It) then Adam, not a part ot him. but the ng whole of him. became a living being It was not Adsrn's breath thai was sentenced, nor was was on trial, that It his 'flesh. .It was lb soul Adam thai was tried, the soul Adam that sinned, tht soul Adam that died and the soul Adam that Jesus redeemed and that li M H resurrected. g soul-livi- 'The Earth Abldtth Forevsr" "rue Wjthoit A Bank Account CZlnieuiwi y ANY people see the things they desire in their imagination, but few attain them, because they do not et about accomplishing their desires in an intelligent manner. Few ambitions today are accomplished without a BANK ACCOUNT If you do not possess one, why delay any longer in taking the first step toward success ? The Peoples Bank Solicits Your Patronage. C. B. TRAVIS, Cashier. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 14 KHTA.lUHIIKI) TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. trlucceasor fo It. O. lutmmace.deceuedt Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Hickman Citizens Tell You .All About It. t- din-lin- e lJ-a- -- 't" on l) riurrr-hnre-traln- ers. Home endorsement, tho public expression of Hickman people, should bo evidence boyond dispute for every Hickman readers. Surely tho expert-onc- e of friends and neighbors, cheerfully given by thorn, will carry more weight than the utterances of strong-er- r residing in faraway places. Head tho following: Mrs. 2L L. Graves, Shaw Rood, lilo man, Ky., says: "I had an attack of kdney troublo which caused my back to become very lamo and weak. Hoadachca were common, 1 felt 'Ircd and found It difficult some days to finish my housework. Learning about Doan'a Kidney 1111s, I wont to Helm & Ellison's Drug Storo and procured a box. 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"ue n, tcr-ac- MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, rheumatism, HANGMAN'S yellow arc all in your poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use pimples, blotches, complexion, etc., signs of poisons blood. These TREE IS FELLED In- Texas Grove of Oaks, Once Used stead of a Gallows, Is Cut Down, Lvl n tt Saves Eyes assssssK' aBBBBBBBBBBBV tht Lump Oil ihmi Tffithlnff la morn lmnnrtn.it Ty.wf Black-Draught Houston, Tox. "Hangman's Grove," one of the historic spots ot Houston, Tho last giant of a has passed. group of oaks which In the pioneer days or Houston provided a natural gallows for the hanging of offensive (persons, has succumbed to the march of progress, ana "tiangraan's Qrovo" Is .m fia.nni. ...lilnfin. the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. 4MSBBBBBBMSI J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thcd-forAirs. d's and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. Black-Draught, Insist on Thedford's Chas. G StoII Oil Co. hanging on this spot 87 years ago. broad hanging limbs 10 or 12 feet Its LohIsvUIc, Ky.i Jteflnery at "Warren, from the ground were marrod by the "We eoll tho celebrated great grooves In the bark Into which "tio Carb" Auto Oil. ropes tied about them bad sunk as the limbs grew and widened. The last vestige of this homn Innr em disappeared In the shape of souvenirs, but the marks remain and mutely Ho Won't Limp Now. No moro limping for Tom Mooro toll of the grewsome happenings e years ago. Of Cochran Oa. "I hnil n iimi .,.! " WU UM.4 h on my Instep that nothing Boomed to uuip uu i usea uuckion's Arnica LA scald, burn, or sovero cut heals Salvo," ho writes, "but this wondor- slowly If neglected. 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