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leinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products.
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas.
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or r r.KUaTUf to.
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HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS
TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop.
(Successor to II. O. lUmagi), deceased.)
Tlarble and Granite
CURDINO. STONB WORK of all
kinds, IRON FENCING.
HICKMAN, : : j K UNTUCK Y
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fplenilld Selection . . .
; Meet Your Friends
Uoit In Hickman. Uot and cold
baths; eloctrlo lights and fans,
hydraulic chain and everything
Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky.
Next door to JoneV Cafe.
New Fair Aitoelatlon.
Tho Kranklln f'nimlv Pnlr ntnorlrv
tlnn with nn niitlmrlviwl fftnlfnl ittnrk
of 15.000 was n run ill icd hero amid
mum enthusiasm nt n mooting or 1110
IluslnoM Men's club. Tho association
will intikp n jipllcn Hon for membership
In the Kentucky, Fair association.
Big Shipment of Tobacco,
Tobacco raised In Kranklln county
vtita sent to every o,unrtor of tho Unit-
td State when 020 hogsheads were
shipped from tlil city. It Is tho proit
trty of the American Tobacco Co.. mid
It required ih oars to c'nrry It away
from tha city.
Capitol Commlts.lon Denies Charges.
Atty. Uon. llroatlillt prepared nn an
nor to the petition of Miss .May me
Cook, of taulsvlllo, against the atato
cnpitoi commiHion to rcatrain mat
body from carrying out a contract to
furnish tho new atato rnnltol. Tho an
swer la a Renewal denial of the charges.
ltutli city anil l'tirm prop
ci ty lit lofison.iblo pviccs.
If you havo real estate for
Bale, let us jjet you a buyer.
Hickman Courier Realty (io
ROUND ABOUT THE STATE
Wlint Is Goind on In Different
Sections of Kentucky.
Lexington Ky - Itobert A. Downing,
senior member of tho PiirnollUownlnir
Drug (Jo, was stricken with pnrnlyaU
n nil uuatn tiii) nt his home here.
Owensboro Kv T. H. And
BBCd Iircaldilit of the tlpfttnrt n.ivln.e.
Oountyftlnnk ami Trust Co.. who was
i'uiitilh-ii 111 January ot swearing 13
a falio 'statement of the condition of
hls,bank, Is ill of smallpox In tho coun.
Lawrcnr'-biirB. Ky. Tho Onlt house.
thrflnrKcaf lintel In the city, was burn.
cd Plh6 ground. The fire Is anpiHwrd
to nnveinginatoij in tlio kitchen. Tlio
building rontalned many gneati, who,
at thoIarm of flro, ran to tho atroet
In their night clolios.
Must 8ecure Money.
Vnlesa tho $10,000 duo tho achool for
tho deaf at DanVlllo Is nld In n abort
time the school will have to be closed.
So aaya ('. McDowell, of tho school.
Treasurer Farley claims that thero H
no money In the treasury to use fur
Lexington. Ky Tho trial of John
Abngrchargpil with tho assassination
oi jamea iw-Kriii during tne Hrenthltf
feudSLrpubles In 1903. was called nt
Jackson. This Is the last of all the
mumcr, casea growing out or tbo
Mnvnolcl ICr-In hln rhnrirn In thn
graudtJury Circuit Judgo Hugg read
thalafgafdlng tho soiling of pooled
tobacco to Independent buyers and
tbctijjiistrinted the Jurors to do their
dutyillt Is estimated that about 2.000
loads rof tobacco havo been brought to
Alnrfleld and nold loose.
Sale of Old Furniture.
The removal of tho stale govern
ment from tho old to the new'capltnt
building, with modern equipment nml
furniture, will cause a unique sale of
old furniture In Which Interest al
ready haa become keen. Seekcra arc
Old Cases Again Called.
In the Kranklln circuit court the
rasmi against former Gov. Taylor", for
mer Secretary of Statu Flnloy anJ
Capt. John I. Powers, who are charged
with being accoorlps before the fact
In connection with the killing of Gov.
Goebel. were again called.
Equity Docket to Occupy March Term,
Th- March term of tho United State
court of the Kastern district will begin
In tills city March 8. with Judge A. J
Cochran, of Maysvllle. presiding. Most
of tho term "111 be devoted lo the
equity docket, as there will be few
criminal cases to bo disposed of.
Mustered Out Deeaute of Inefficiency.
Adjt. Gen. Johnston Issued an oru-r
mustering out of the state guard serv
Ice Companies I. ot tho First, A nnd
I. of tho Second nnd I. ot the Third
regiments. The order says tho cont'
panics fell below tho averago required
In the federal nnd state Inspections.
Gov. Wlllson appointed United
States Senator Uradley, W. A. Hoblu
son. of liOUisvllle, and T. A. Combs
o !oxlngton, delegates to tho third an
nual meeting of the International ton
ference on Stnto nnd Local Taxation
at Louisville, Septomber 21-24.
M. Porn, general mnnager of the
Frankfort broom factory, announced
an advance In prlco of brooms of $1
per dozen following the Increaso In the
price of broom corn from SCO to $100
a ton. Tno iirnugiu oi msi season is
Louisville. K'r-nl. J. Garr, a mem
ber of one of tho most prominent faml
Ilea In Jefferson county, died here. He
was yearn old nnd all his Ufa had
largely engaged In forming. He was
Lexlnnton. Ky. Mrs. Elliabeth I).
Pnllina wan nrrested here and taken
to Cincinnati, where she Is wanted for
the alleged abstraction ot jewelry una
a Held glass from the residence ot It.
Jackson, Ky. Tho flist regular term
of the United Stntes district court for
tho Kastern District or Kentucky to
be bold In this city was commenced in
tho llreathltt county courthouse by
Judge A. M. J. Cocltran.
Lexington. Ky. Wesley II. Tllrord.
who was born f.S year ago In this city,
had lived here slnco his early youth
and hod been associated wltu tlic
Ktniuinril Oil Co. for moro than 30
years, died In Now York city.
Jackson. Ky. Twonty-ono persons
for nrlous offenses against tho Inter
nal revenuo laws, were sentenced to
serve from 30 dnys lo C mouths In tho
tiroathltt county Jail. Federal Judge
Cockrnn permitted them to glvo bond
to servo their tlmo noxt full.
London. Ky. Deputy United Stales
Murslml Thompson, of this city, with
n lnrgo posse, has been In the neigh
borhood of Stearns. Ky.. for the past
three weoko looking for Horry Simp
son nnd bis gntiB. H returned bore
after giving I all hops ot capture,
Utilsvlllo, Ky. Mrs. CIoo P. C
Coon, a member of u pioneer family of
Kentucky, nn educator or nolo, aim
one of tho most prominently known
ivumnn lii Jefferson county, died here.
For years she had conducted tbo Hast
Cedar 1 1111 institute ,
Possibly Wife Did Not Mean It Just
Tht Way, But There It Was.
A husband nnd wife, ran a freak
ahow In a certain provincial town, but
unfortunately they quarreled, and tho
exhibits wcro equally divided between
them. The wlfo decided to continue
business ns nn exhibitor at the old ad
dress, but tho husband went on tour.
After aomo years' wandering the
prodigal returned, and a reconciliation
took place, as the result of which they
beenme business partners onco more.
A fow mornings afterward tho people
of the neighborhood wero sent Into
(Its of laughter on rending the follow
ing notlco In tho papcra:
fly tho return of tny husband, my
stock of freaks baa been permanently
LIVE AND LEARN.
LexTngkui, Ky. Articles Incorporate
Ingtho Uranell Co., which Is to tako
vcrJUhc controlling Intercstiln the
llelKloliloo Coal Co., were Died here.
The., capital stock of tho company Is
$120,000. Tho Incorporators arc A. S.
Drarnoll. his son. It. A. Ilrnznell, and
B. JIIanlon. nil of Pittsburg.
Loxlngfcn, Ky. Tho bill providing
for a proposed amendment of the stato
constitution lo secure statc-wldo pro
hibition, which will bo .Introduced at
noxt session of the legislature, pro
hibits, the manufacture, sale, barter or
giving, away of Intoxicating liquors In
Farmer Mcddcrgrass Waal, by
clover! I knew them Chlneso lived
on t'other aldo o th' alrth but bang
me it I know tbey bad a through j
How's Tills? I
W. stTer On. HuiulrM DoIUn Rtwinl lor aaT i
ait ot Otwra Uu cinoot t cund by II '
nunn cur ,
t. j, limn kt a i omo. u. I
th. tinderrlmr,!. h.r. known F. J. rhmtr
hr th.' lut 11 mn and brim, him nrrtnur don
tnblt la m btulnn. trunnion, and nuncuuir
Lbl. to carry out any oM lx.lt. rj mad. br bl Ann. f
i Wholul Unututa, Toledo. O.
Ilafl'i Catarrh Cure la takra Intrraallr. artlnc I
(trrctir upon th. blood and raucmia purfarr. of tb.
tem. Tntlmonlal. arnt free, i'rlc. 7 cent, par 1
kottM. PoM br aU IinufMa.
Tfct. uau'i l amur J'lu. ror conr.isaina.
Ioulsvllle, Ky. Chris Muoller. who
had represented the 46th legislative
district In the lower house of tho gen
eral assembly, died here. Ho wna ona
of the drmocrats who, by votln
against J C. Deckham to the last.
finally made possible the election of
William O'Connell Dradley to the sen
Ixiulsvllle. Ky. Tho movement to
establish prohibition In Kentucky haa
led the Model Ltccnso Lcaguo to gath
er these figures: Distillery and brew.
cry propcjty In Kentucky, $07,000,000;
operating capital, $125,000,000; Inter
nal revenue collections, $24,036,063.11;
licenses and taxes. $2.0T1.8S1.29; pay
labcr. $11,150,000; cooiicrage. $2,289,-
GSTiO: apend tor bottles and cases.
Covington, Ky. Railroad detectives
arrested two young men hero on the
front end ot tho baggage car of a C
& O. train. In tho pockets of one of
them, John Davis, 22, of Alexandria,
Ky, wcro found forty locks of hair,
eHch tied with a dainty ribbon, to
which was attached the namo ot the
former owner. Tho labels showed that
they had belonged to women In Hunt,
tngton, W. Vn., Newport News, Ash
land. Ky., Catlottsburg, Ky., Lcxlng
ton. Ky., Covington, Newport and Cla
Mndlnonvllle, Ky. B. L. Teaguo. col
ored. of this city, hns been appointed
rural routo carrier out of Madlsonvlllo
on routo No. 4, with Floyd Grace, nn
other colored man, as substitute. The
announcement of these appointments
haa caused considerable comment, nnd
It is the general opinion that a petition
will bo sent tho nostmaster general to
rcslndvtho appointments. Thero nro
over ono hundred families on this
route, nil wblto but three, and tho np
polntment of these colored men Is not
at all satisfactory, nnd It is reports
that they will remove their boxes U
these men are to remain ns carriers.
Owensboro, Ky. J. A. Harris, one of
the most prominent Insurance and real
ostato men In Owensboro, was arnwt
ed on the chargo of setting tiro to and
attempting to burn bis storehouse In
this city on Februnry 13. Lloyd. I'.
Dennett, u former Deputy United
States Marshal In Westcru Kentucky
and brother of Senator Alvls Uenniiit,
of Ohio county, w.ib also arrested, ho
ueltig charged with bolng an accessory
after tho fnct. Harris Is prominent In
church affairs. Ho was formerly con
nectf d with the real estate department
of tho defunct Daviess County bank
and was also superintendent ot the
Homostend Land Co.. ono of James II
l'arrisbo's concerns. Ho came lure
from Louisville a number of years ago,
Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. In order lo mako
u test ca&o nnd get tho opinion or tlio
court ot appeals ns to tho constnu
iloiiallty of Kentucky's new school
law the Christian county nscai couri
refused lo mako a tax levy to raise tho
$10,000 naked by the school board
Hopklnsvlllo. Ky. Klght senntrrj
from tho Tennessee legislature aro
here, in a stalomtiii ilu lUimways
dddaro that tliolr solo reason In lea
Ins was to prevent tbo republicans
from naming u member ot tho board oi
primary election oouimmlouer
CLASS THAT HUBBY WAS IN.
Too Risky. '
'Do you approve of the plan of
teaching pupils to boxT" ,
'Not unconditionally." replied the
country pedagogue, remembering his
husky 19-year-olds. ".Might be all
right, though, If you'd authorize the
teachers to carry guns." Philadelphia
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Th H.t renwdr for GrlDD and Colds Is
IllckV Capudlne. rtelleves the achlnir and
f-rlatinM!i. Pure, tho cold Headaches
also. It'. Liquid KffocU tmmedlat.ly 10,
S and He at Drug Store..
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vienna, W. Va. "I feel that I owe
tho last ten veara of mv Ufa to Lvdla
li. i'lnKii.tm vege
Eleven years apro I
wait a walking
shadow. I had been
under tho doctor!!
My husband per
suaded mo to try
pound and ltworLed
Ilkoa charm. It re
lieved all mv nalns
and misery. I advlso au suiTcnnfr
women to tako Lydia E. Hnkham's
Vegetable Compound." Mns. Ejuia
Wiieatok, Vienna, W. Va.,
Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, mado from native roots anil
herbs, contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the-record
for tho largest number of actual cures
of female diseases of any similar medi
cine in tho country, and thousands ot
voluntary testimonials are on illo in
tho Pinkbam laboratory at Lynn.
Mass., from women who have been
cured from almost every form of
female complaints, inflammation, ul-
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irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
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Every such suffering woman owes it to
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Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you would like special advic
about your casoxvrlto a confiden
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and always hclpf uL
POTATOES 6a bf
Ter Salter', citato par. ra. l
t.areeit srow.rt ot .eed potato., and early
rec.uble. la tbo world. Hie catalog fres t op.
i.nd ISO in .tamp and recelro cataioi and
toco kernel, each of onion., carrot., celery,
radlthea. Hoo lettuce, rutabaga, tnrnipi. loo
Iparaley, 100 tomato... ico melon., nool
charmlol flower (eed.. In all 10,000 kernel.,
ea.ily worth SI. OO of any man', money. Or. I
.end 20o and we add one pkr. oi Eariiettl
Il'eepO'Uay Swe.t torn. I
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This liniment takes theplaceof massageand
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relieves congestion, and gives permanent as
well as temporary relief.
has no equal as a remedy for
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pain or stiffness in the muscles
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ftlO WUr t4rNl, kaiaauM
TEXAS STATE LAND
klilllonaof arre.uf Khuut land to be auU By tho
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and ill jearalllueou balalu'v; tlirvo p-r rvhl Inler
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