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I J peg Wtrlltl ii THE HIeKM1N COURIERby Team that Pulls the Commarctal Wegun t P t j lftf f Succen The Courser a Spanksn Good Team Grease the flxlts of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up I e II5 Xt ztttso a iil cvg NWABTEal11tEMTAOTEBTdDWeAED IK HO THE 2118 TEAS 1859 I Hickman Furniture Co JNCOlUOltATKI K curry nt nil tlmca the largest and most k t nHsortmunt of Rockers Hodroom Suits I Iron HodB Ootn MitttrcHsoH Sates Din t IIftirH Kitchen Onbinuta JLawn Sottuon and H foinfoita Pillows Window Shades 1I iirfl Ao in tlio olty and wo Invite ovary 111 and BtU What wo hnvo to offur in I I 111 lliio t11OII r OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT Is the largest and molt complete in every dr Uii of ay In Western Kentucky Wr keep an experience undertaker m the aMtog both day and night also en Sun- day1ELEP1IONEi NO 20 t4 I OVER THE DARK RIVER ++ +4N4MN M1NFM F sj TIMrtETOK Record July 11 i r Ute begianlag tC s + and bappiaess came m M Ternpicten at ft sister Mrs Torn r1 oclock this morn r formerlyMe of W R Meaohaa and a half years ago 1 1 ity but moved near r rued to Mr Temple i fifteenth year ten f that time she and a lived with her part years ago when c tim Interest of heal jtry returned and about v she came to visit her WAS suddenly taken ill I ever which cased Uw- 4it night v I her let us call her p she IIs still young L She has Wen tpckca tlwr way than that A true wring dlipoci the future will prove to J A it to the deeply grieved a 4tmot yet realise that tT and sitter Is in a intnt happiness piston was a member of- ben Hur besides being c nlntbcr of the Prlmatlve TI h 1Ir31 services will be v Rev D Boac tomorrow oAt the residence of Mr in Central Fulton at 10 UII place at city cem dM MOLLIE DAVIS F Midlle D Davis one of the f ufiwoi this county died at the home of her son Death was due to a i4Mlysis that oooured at Jhe stroke came without w tiiimf and her compar j Uen death was a great r her family and friends us was born Sept 5 + T tills place She was the t Mr and Mrs Noah 4 At an early age she mar F Smith the union being J 1llh two sons T N and P IIu who survive her Some j r rr the death of her hus w f agorIIU1l1ryq 14Ir1 her two sons T N andL lih Mrs Davis is survived Is fIher Dan L Norman 4 M was one of the most k InlGoy deplored o fral services will be con N ty A Freemane 4 rr w morningat 9 oclock at r burialrcemetery6a 9th9rTom The4rter er our sympathy m the sod bereave MontIUKft At f1DMALI Mrs WlMrfe Harper Thomas etterf Pddaytestfevocshemonths She was Uw wife of Mr A- lThorns one of the best kaown farmers m the county who together with eight eaildrea survive her She was a patient sufferer praying for her hasdaml and children throughout her maRY mantae of suffering Born la Hkkman la I860 she was converted and became a devout member of the poplar Orove Church in 1873 She was a daughter of Mu M L Harper who lives sever al miles from HMcaian near Poplar Grove It Iis wd for a pure swoet life to be taken tram haswaad and children bet they tryst la the Wlsdomof m- ho gave her life and who alone has just right to tau It It le on farting for taom to know that she was prepared to utter the now home which her Savor Isms prepared for her as a reward for her pure Christian life in this earthly home which ie only a temporary dwelling place after all In which we are alt la prepare ta meet oar loved ones la the eternal tome The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Waken and InI tormoat made at Poplar Grove Costa tery Saturday The Courier joins Ute many friend of the bereaved family In the loss of mother wife and daughter Committed Suicide Prof C W Oldrleve the man who walked by Hickman dating January on the waters of the Mtse lisippl river on his way to New Or leans for whloh it is claimed he re ceived committed suicide in Memphislast week by swallowing chloroform He died in the hotel in which he swallowed the poison Two altemdts were made he having tried to swallow a bottle of the poison in the presence of the bartender at the hotel out was prevented from doing so He had threatened to end his life sever al times a few days previous The cause of his deed was due to the death of his wife a few days previous While lighting some fire works in an exhibition he gave at Greenwood Miss on July 4 her clothing ignited inflicting injuries which while not thought serious re suited in her death a few days later Mr Oldrieve had gone to Paducah in the meantime to arrange for an exhibition at that place in the near future and was nol with his wife when the end came He was of English descent and was the champion waterwalker in America Eczcma and Pimples are nulcklv and irmnontly ctirvd y- LIt0 a clean hgald for xtemal use ZKMO draws the germs to the yurfaco of tho skin and dItroJII them lesvlnF- a nice clear Imllhy akfii Write J V1 toM Mod to HI Louis Mo for- sample AU Ilruggista sell ZIM0- Fier a i4 j JIM It JlIUH seta The fourth Estate searchlight+ givingbutI knowhis4+ Rosetta NIday sold that love for the man that one marries will make a hame of an attte or change the weather tide eta hedge row Into a palaoe bentfaCiorI the threads that shine Mice lId er he who ties the knotted broken ends Iin the tangled wets of life 4+ WgfumUrway said j mydaYcryoung roan callmit and 1 suppose I should boy them a pretty sofa to respeadedoaltedClsptdst are the pod duWh In jest OM year the cover wears off dis yang a and Its Time to Gel WArded 4+ nIII1The sums or woman who Is t lug to make selfMcrlflce whatever depthsrI sentiment of love Thats a sealed book to them SubletteDavu Mr Harry R SuMetle and Miss Mary Lou Davis were quietly mar rind Wednesday evening at 9 oclock I at the Methodist pursonage the Rev L D Hamilton officiating The marriage was very much of a surprise to many of us hut come to think of It it is not so astonishing that a couple so well matched should have met at the altar over which swayThe of our thoroughgoing progreosive young men who divides Ms time between agricultural pursuits and town affairs and is Mtceeefal In whatever he sets his hands to Few men have more friends and well wishers The bride is an accomplished and attractive young woman daughter of Mr Henry Davis a substantial farmer of Fulton county She has spent much of the time in Clinton for several years past stopping with her sister Mrs A W Ramsey The Gazette extends to the happy couple best wishes and congratula tions Clinton Gazette Mrs Subtette is a sister of attorney B T Davis of Hickman She viiits here frequently and has hosts lof well wishing friends in Hickman Eczema Is Now Curable 7UMO a Mlentlfle preparation for external uw tope itching instantly anti destroy the germs that oauo skin diseases lCumA quickly yitdds anti isI permanent ths ulluknb1 medicine All Irugrists Write forum pie E W Roeo Med CoSt Louis Mo For sale blII 0 slUaoss A Courier Friend Mr J W Benton one of the Couriers best friends was in town Saturday lIe renewed his subscription while here He is a good friend of the Courier having been a subscriber since before the Civil war more than forty years Our friend and subscriber W G Adams of Route Four near Moscow was In town Friday of last week and called at the Courier office while in town He states that the wheat yield in his section is about as good as any where else He thinks the corn is a little late but a AdamsIlivelthe county Administrators Notice All persons holding claims against I the estate of Alec Badger deed will take notice that same mutt be tiled with me properly proven on or before Augut 113 or they will hr for ever barred Val Carpenter Admr A Democrat Is a man who sweats when it is this hot who drinks when thlngldont+ Cooley Hagons showboat the Wnnderland is at the Fifth street boding tonight While we go to tnos too early for the show we hlid- hac pleasure of hearing the street Concert which was the best we have heard for some time We feel safe to saying to our people that this how has no equal on the river praiseNJ need not mind the hot weather Cuthey have four large electric fans that will keep you tool The char acter of performance given by thls- nompeny II of the best do see them and spend a pleasant evening Carrollton News +A smile Iis the futorum and a pleasant word the lever with whichI many 4 poor forsaken ices lifted from the depths of de spondency to the heights where he emn see something of the beauties of God dimly reflected in humanity +All persons with tuberculosisIn an Advanced stage are to be debarred from entering Texas Dr W H Bromley State health officer says that within a few days he will tune a proclamation establishing a rigid ourantme against all persons afflict ed with the disease in an acute decree In doing this he places tuber culosis in the same category with yellow fever and smallpox Another Freak Journey Now comes the journey from Mtivflle Tenn down the Cumber land River to the Ohio down the Ohio to the Mississippi down the Mississippi to the Gulf and thence to South America in frail canoes This freak journey coming in the wake of the journey of the late Prof Oldrleve will prove interesting The Nashville press says of the trip Joe Loftln and Henry Tanksh two wellknown Cumberland river men pulled away from this port today on the longest river journey ever accomplished by canoe in the United States Their destination is New Orleans a distance of 1000 miles and the trip will consume several weeks The adventurers are traveling with a flotilla of three canoes in train fashion the rear ones carrying the necessary paraphernalia and pro visions By means of four poles fastened to the lead canoes bottoms the travelers will be protected from bad weather as canvass can be in tent style on a moment notice Heavy tarpaulins will protect a small cooking stove and utensils The ultimate destination of the men is Central America Stops will be made at Paducah Cairo Memphis and Vicksburg to replenish sup pliesTwo trips down the Mississippi from St Louis to New Orleans by gasoline launch are on reoord but this Iis the first time canoeists have ever attempted the dangers of the treacherous father of waters in their frail crafts The voyagers how ever are confident of with standing the heavy waves of the big Mississippi steamers as they built their boats with their probable experiences on the Mississippi especially in mind Free for Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send It now It is a snowwhlte creamy healing antiseptic balm Contain ing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucallptus Thymol etc It gives instant and lasting releif to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this preparation nan and will accom plish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jar SO cents Sold by all dealers Who Where What When Shaw Bettersworths HIckman the freshest line of groceries ever brought to town All the time Mrs Belle Weaver and daughter Miss Effie of Georgetown Kywill arrive in the city today to be the guests of Mrs Virginia Beale Theeir1t4Fulton You Cant Depend Absolutely Upon Your Memory c The chances are that tour or five months after you pay a bill you forget about V Suppose that same bill be presented to you possibly you could remember about it i but nine out of every dozen bills you pay you forget about in six months Some I you could not recall after six weeks Pay all bills by checkfife your Six years afterward you can turn to the If necessary and produce indisputable evidence for every bill paid V We will be pleased to explain other advantages of the checking account to yeu HZCKMAN BANKmIOICAN ICY W O W Barbecue Hickman Ky July 13 1907 At a meeting held in Hickman Ky July 13 1907 the following bustoeos was transacted relative to the promotion of a Big Barbecue and Log Rolling to be given by Uw Woodmen of the at Mud Creek Bridge on Aug 7 1907 Cayoe Camp Moscow Camp Woodland Mills Camp and Hick man Camp constitute the camps that will participate toward making the occasion a howling success At a meeting of the joint commit tees of Woodmen of the World of Cayoe Moscow and Hickman held in Hickman this day the follow Ingwere present as representatives of their respective Camps Ardel Johnson Geo Meneese and Chas Murchlson of Cayae Camp No 46 W J MOM of Willow Camp No 62 of Moscow and O L Carpenter Chas A Perry and 3T T Dillon of Elm Camp No 3 of Hick KyOn T Dillon was made Chairman The Chairman staled to the committee that the object of the meeting was for the purpose of giv big a joint barbecue to be participat ed in by Moscow Cayce Woodland Mills and Hickman Woodland Mills having no representative they were communicated with over the phone and instructed the commit tees in session to act for them On motion Mud Creek was selected l as the place for the barbecue and the 7th day of August 1907 set as the day for same appointed The following Committees wore Committee en Grounds this committee to see to the cleaning up and preparing grounds suitable for the barbecue Lee Atwoll and Chas Murchison Committee on Building Stands Tables Soats etc Pink Cunningham and G L Col liras Committee on Moats t Geo Meneese Ardel Johnson and W J Moss- Committee on Dread and other necessaries t G L Carpenter and A 0 Ca ruthersCommittee on Privileges i Chas Perry of Hlotman Wtlay Roberson of Moscow and Lon Nay lor of Cayce- Committee on Music and Adver Using L P Battier of Hlokman Chas Morris of Moooowi A G Campbell of Cayoe and Paul Shaw of State t LineCommittee to secure speakers foi the day i Ardel Johnson of Caycc Arthur Shaw of State Line W J Moss of Moscow and G L Carpenter ol Hickman I It is understood and agreed that ouch Camp participating is to stand its share of the profit or loss in pro portion to its membership The committees are vested with full to carry out their part oi programOn it was decided that 25 cents be charged everyone for dinner regardless of whether they be Wood I men of the World or nonmembers I Children under ten years of age to Iboi charged 15 cents On it was agreed that a I Woodmen Stand be placed on the il Itf titei1t sAtti4 a it should checks checks World J power motion I grounds in which soft drinks ice cream etc be dispensed and the profits from said stand go into the fund for the defrayal of other ex pease or to net profits as the case may be- The following committee on amusements was appointed Committee on Clay Pigeon Shoot N R Holcombe Hlcknwn Chair manS L Dodds Hickman Ardel Johnson Cayce and W J Moss and J B Mahan Moscow On motion the day will be known as Woodmen of the World Rally DayAll committee are requested to get busy There being no further business on motion the meeting adjourned subject to a call from the chairman J T DILLON Chairman G L CAxnurrsR C A PERRY ARMI JOHNSON GBO MXNBSB CXAS MuftCMMOM W J Moos Brass and String Music will be furnished for the oomsion also there will be various amusements includ ing a Clay Pigeon Shoot U This shoot will be conducted along the same lines as a professional shoot and all lovers of this sport ars cordially invited to come and enter The moat committee has pur chased SO carcasses and will get more if they think it necessary There will be a sufficient quantity of edibles for everybody Perfect order will be maintained as the Sheriff Deputy Sheriffs and several Ponce Oncers will be in at tonda nee Positively there will be nothing done to mar the pleasure of the occasion The Woodmen purpose to make this one of the nicest affairs of toe kind that was given ever In this or any other section We cordially invite everybody to cons and enjoy the day Forget your core and worries Come and lets have a good time See bills and programs for further Information S D Lulen and Gene tilakcmorc went to Los Angeles California Sunday I Froth Crisp 9alted Peanuts at the K K Miss Irene Taylor of Belleville Ills is visiting her aunt Mrs Val Carpenter Weak Kidneys kidneyI tMfII ornnirahl- lIl sad Mmvtntn them Dr 8hooi ItMtonUr I I a If- mnljtin iptrtacBltr JlrPrd to waeh theseI rantrotUnf txrrw Toton riixWmrtalmaUiuUUTu U a watt ol Ucu and ol mane uWell 11 roar tack aches or li week It the urine KKU orUttarkaixUtronrif m lrol UHihU or otttft dire I IIJr ot taiir MU tIC IMF K au uy Dr toO R tont t a nonib TaWIoruqultlnd w in4 will dotorjrou lrucUt rtoomawoJ and M- lDr Shoops Restorativei It ALL DEALERS THE IIICKMAN COOfllEl- Cenf4 Wt turn Kentucky Like Iht U W- IITOEiLE W C SPCCR J G SEXTON CJIIor IDol Proprietors ONK DOLLAR lEn YEAH CASH IX ADVAXCU Holered at the IKokman Kentucky poitoMee our Iecomlela s swill matter u rUMSUED EVERY FRIDAY ONES OWN GARDEN FASCINATION IN THE PURSUIT OF HORTICULTUREII Pleasure and Health Combined In This Ideal Form of Exercise To Honor Ones Favorttejj Poet or AuthorII 1 A number of women btaieed with I leisure and opportunity have sue t cumbcd to the faaetantlona of pardon I lag and tho prooont la Just the time I when Mother Barth proves lrra4UMo I to her rolarlec Gardening aa a hobby poatCHca the great adraalnxo of combining all tko qualities of the Deal form of exercise aa It not only conducM to heaHby worewent but- la an absorbing pwrwlt aa well The countrywoman when M lager young enough to play any same more defeat than eroqurt and eowUmned to llro aa ibe la where there are MO akopa to tempt her from her own Inside otter obMgea heneK to take that obJc oo able thug VMOWM aa a eon Utct o al 1U very aaate rootateoMt of Cornelia Bllmber 4a enoimk to krlmc on an attack of UM MUM awl to go out for a walk with no other object I but the uninspiring one that It la HPO I posed to do one good la ua dapreenlaia I aa the breathing oxeretees or the dolly aklpplng for SO minutes recommend cd by health faddlaU to poor aOtlntsl mortal Truly our detire for h ltbIan Incidentally for a good complexion haa to aaawor for much patiently endured boredom The latest bortletiltttral tasty la to have a Shakespeare garden la whIM of are crown all the flowers a goodly llat mentioned la the plays of the great BUiabetbaa Thla la decidIly more romantic hiss the culture of sweet herb and much seder for the amateur to manage than an alplM bonier The Idea oo W be extended according to eaea pevMmal taatt aad the fair gardonor might oboes Iterr own favorite poet or author aa l Mudy his work white she ohorlabed her IB plant A Tennyson garden a Wordsworth garden or a Meredith garden would each aad all be ohanatog Poetry aad botany seem Indeed to have an uaoxplttBod aBtalty aad In mot lManc a thq ptot pt earth stir ccrnled to ones thoten SaM could not be a particularly staaU He I Serviceable Couch To a 33lnohwWe bed attriag legs are fattened with bells Pteeea othwill de for the tllepI used tko lower part of an olde bedstead says a oorreepofldeftt Ona this spring place n wattroM the same fclxo Cover mattreM with a tablo bllclotb which Ila large enough to taolea rmly on sides of bed bfwtnga This kecpa out the doat On the back aide bf the couch drive In a row of nine carriage knobrFor tho cover mo four and onoC alxth Wards of Ingrain carpet Sew It together making It one aad onehalf width of the carpet wide The piecing will not show under the pillows Fin ish front wise and Bads of ooTor with rug fringe Pace the back edge and In this facing work button boles toUbutton tho cover OB the carriage knobs This keeps cover In plaoo ForC I plllowa nee atalr carpet to match cover To clean tako ort cover and shake It sad wipe dust from olloloth Our couth like this baa been used in an office ten years and still looks like new Maryland ChickenIJoist a small chicken roll In OAJ coned flour then egg and crumb thecJoints says Good Housekeeping Lay In a dripping pan and on each joint lay a thin slice of tat bacon Bake 20 mlnutM tn a very hot oven re moving the bacon to a platter when thoroughly osp Arrange the Joints with tho bacon thicken tho fat In tho pan with two level tablespoons of flour add ORe cup ot thin cream and when thoroughly bteeided strain over the meat Spice Layer Cake Cream one cup Tit brown sugar andI twothirds of a cup ot butter add the beaten yolks ot four oggo a cup of milk a teaspoonful each of moundI cinnamon and cloves and allspice a half nutmeg grated two cups of tour sifted with two teaspoonfuls of baking powder and mix well Bake In layer Una This cake Is Hood with a cocoanut filling and the white lay era make a pretty contrast to tho dark cake Cover with white frosting and lay halved Rngltah walnuts over the top of the cake Inexpensive Turnover As a rule the embroidery on hemstitched handkerchiefs la much finer than that on the turnovers ORe buys in the stores When UMM handker chiefs become worn in the middle out out the four sides sew narrow bands on and you will hare four pretty turnover Especially to this true when ru hare fine linen handkerchiefs Cut It Short Csnaidoring hoW little of value moat jweftlo bavo to say It lakes thorn a MtyrUlngly long Umo to say It i Under the Sea IIColllerlu there are Immrn cileries being worked under the ocean These submarine mines oer a thousand acres and are being Increased steadily Tho mines are en lend at tho shore and the operator follow the vein beneath the water tor more than a mile It ntlcht be ex pealed that tho weight of tho wale would force Its way Into the mice The bed of the ocean IIs as tight ala cement cistern A cart of fireclay linos the submarine roof et the mire and the sediment above Is held la place and paoked down by the water treasure until there IIs not a orovlce nor a drop of water from overhead LIFE INSURANCE SACRED TRUST- Meeponsibllltles of Officers and DI- rector Evidently President Klngsley ot the New York Life Insurance company has learned tho great lesson ot the times with respect to the rosponribll tty and duty ot directors ot corpora lionss Speaking to the new board of trustees on the occasion of his elec lion to the presidency ho emphasized the fact that life Insurance is more than a private business that lIfe insurance trustees are public servants charged at onco with the obilRaUMS of public service and with the respon sibilities that attach to a gulag but ness which at the tame time ntust be administered as a trust lie also realties that similar respon sibilities rest upon the officers ot the I company I understand he says your anxiety In selecting the men who are day by day to carry this burr des for yoe who aro to dtobargo this trust I1st yow behalf who are to ad minister for the bsewflt ot the people Involved the nraKKtidlstotii and exact lag details to wleh It 1s lImfweslblo fur you to give personal aUetUtea My long connection with the New York Life covering nearly twenty years my service In about every branch of the companys working organisation me u I believe a profound ap preciation not merely of the heavy burden you have placed on my shod ders but of the standards ef efficiency the standards of faith the standards Integrity which must be main tamped at all times by the man who tones you and tho policyholders in this high office Dost ot all perhaps ho feels that words are cheap and that the public will be satisfied with nothing short ot performance My thanks therefore be continues for an honor whldaIay distinction wKhta the roach of my amWUeti cannot be expressed t words they meet be read out ot the record I make day by day I THS BEST HE COULD GET Amateur Gardener Could Not Understand Why Seeds Did Hot Sprout The woes ef the amateur gardener are very amusing to others Ht dot Bidedly real to the man who has spoiled a suit of clothe bMstered his sod lest his tamper In his ef to make things grow A young man recently married In the spring secured a sub place mainly with the Idea of fresh homegrown vegetables livery evening ho would hurry through bla- upper and rush out to his garden where ho displayed mere energy than skill nut alas When many little things began to break the I In his neighbors gardens blown remained as bare as the Sahara It certainly has got me beau he onfldod to a friend at his office one lay I cant understand why not a leased thing has come up I planted peas and corn and tomatoes Perhaps tho seed were refcctlve friend suggested I hardly think It was that the ardcncr replied for I got the very best palit 16 cents a cn for them Much Money Redeemed The amount ot money which the government is nailed upon to redeem in the course of the year reaches an almost fabulous amount In 1901 for It totaled 912000 90 This redemption Is either for the purpose securVni clean fresh notes or to get change of some other demnomloa Uon COULDNT KEEP IT Kept It Hid from the Children Wo cannot keep GrapeNuts food lo the house It goes so fast I have tc hide It because the children lore It so It is Just tbo food I have been looking for over so long something that I do not havo to stop to prepare and still is nourishing GrapeNuts IIs the most scientifically made food on the market It IsI per fectly and completely cooked at the factory anti can be toned at an In slants notice either with rich cold cream or with hot milk If a hot dish Is desired Whoa milk or water Is used a little sugar should bo added but whoa cold cream Is used alono tho natural gmpo sugar which can bo soon glistening oa the granules Is suf ficiently sweet to satisfy the palate This Crapo sugar is not pouted over tho granules na sumo people think but exudes from tho granules In the process of manufacture when the starch of the grain IIs changed from str rca to grapesugar by the process of manufacture This In effect is the first act of digestion therefore drupe Nut food Is Predigested cud Is most perfectly assimilated by the very weakest stomach Theres a Rea sonMade at the pure food factories of the Poslum Co IJatUo Crock MUh Read the little health clatilc The RoAd to fVellvUlo la pkcs I THQ GRADUA r tN KANSAS Seem to me I remember some jokes about how hard It would be fr me to eel a ten TO STRENGTHENCOAST GENERAL COURSE OF INSTRUCTION WILL COMMENCE IN A FEW DAYS HAVE BEEN NEGLECTED Many Ofttocr WW Leave Interior Pests at Onse fer Seabsapl SINN Fleet to De let In Atlantic Loawiwrrtb Kos Jiffy So2a bed tho SttMtlMIIIBjl Of WO r- Ii taws tawUBitotl Saos all 0wen to bo verso tho war dellf- tat dooa net wAon4 that Ma Madame itafomMB tfwll be isatkdisaelis r9PII aa HttfriOMUr last on ofthor Ute Uootle or Paddle COBOL An aetll- tsawed at rt Loavostwortli JrtW- Itat UM ailmlntilmtfosi beitovoi IB t1M oW a4oao Is hate ot pees pro ran for war- MatjMteeo MK Bowtjtaporo for Ut- eIut year have castiatee4 arttdso Lad ootnaUoM sjMwIng that teary forts ofr act BOMMSt daveea are 10 mated tot SOJHO rt UM neat row- trtd poll of Ute olsamioaring otrto- iw not been belly ataiuiod let years n4 that In Boss of Uw potta lob oo wan a wall uasa ta left ta harw r tlofooeoa worth kMMlre4s of hsMoands of dollars Small Fleet for Atlantic It to MM the ajoTsrnmosit lotoodo tavlog sty a small fleet OM the At satlr roast It bolnc tmoroWbte a- ostlt fleet oHM do mHok domaao 10- Ute seacoast tewtw beoaiMo of tbo ex afloat chain of foYtMwttoos TIM irestrr portkw ef our fleot will It Is laW patrol the waters of the Poctsfe In future Tq make HO the deficiency In ragg tar arty artJIlottats to hajMlM the- tc05 In the east form the Ipvra- moot will HUUxa the state militia Tbe order received at Pert Leaves- reeds direst that many nrfteers costly iMtraetors and students of Ute Infantry and cavalry wheel sig tal school and staff oollege go te sou oast forts to lostntot the state ahllh- Ia In aapttorUftg these RUNS In a few days Ute majority of there iffleers wilt have pone to the differ ont sUUona throughout this cowLr1 to alet In the Inatrustlon to be given he Infantry assigned to duly as artll err support In connection with the olnt army and mllltla coast dofensi work Several of the offkors have al read gene to Fort WlnfleW S Seett port Rosecrans OaU Fort Stevens are Fort Mmiltrle fl C Port Ad ama IL I and Fort Hancock N J LI maneuvers aro to take place at t HWO po ts In July and August and It ls intended that tho militia shall be apablo of ailing In coast dertns Work and that the regular army IIt teal be may bo used In ether ways 800 Line Increases Stock Minneapolis Minn July I2At n meeting of tho directors of the Soo Line It was decided to Increase the onpltal stock of the company to 12 000000 one third of which will bo pre owed and twothird common stock The original stock provided at the organization of the company wa fll 000060 At that time It had 880 mlkv of railway Today It has about Jill atlas In operation and will soon con siderably oxeeed that mlMBg Liner Sinks Fishing SoHeoner New York July ILllsrly today Ute White Star HIM Mootiwr Romania row Daisies ta flew York na down nd yak the twe moated auxiliary flab ng scNooMor NoataHo n Xlekoraoa ot- wothbay Mo In a blankctlmr for off he Nanttikit lightship and wbll host of the thoontTa triw ot J8- mn wore sleeping below decks II TerseTelegrams I at lAMils bvcooHn asIIUtC root theta k rarest rallies of treasury d i nmot All mntiUiwi u llgkl rlKbt eels race t be r dm4S- trong else to Cblra o who ratted kjr active abort covrtsp I fractions MTOSMO m curs cad ostt Provtaloojs also blest k Nat IeW puuhawd b IclU Icy sjyotssN AOOOVIM bttamea belt i f KotoojoPoainswnls Oooioooy I Wortwm ftt Ool wM not bo Mug rr4 UMo ft Looes by etootm oam Pffsmi 11111 MsMt after letea- vtrw wMh Japtrsa a wr r sw admlmi aaisjajoaeio JOMM ail UMIN wale OH flrtMs atlft MM tsMWHa PbiUMsmo ohonH bM eoeitrovo U sated PUMa J Wooo brlocl abort slyrewwt wtttt Uostod wsU AN bw two Tasukt kowtjo aCe ter dry McisN s armed ba Hoot Oot Abrttlaa UkMstOM ros t tiHliiji l eseeakaI PS rtkee Nt dace lit Nlleapa article duIJil mmVi UtMd flat earner- sad shames Ifeotilmt MoOot of DM Peaslhl vaaia l lam lo the IlIMOdi hla te- eM tutor otAt u rtMra aslsptlal nf that bees Vlamml it amm eAdr M Ute rsMasdi toad mmttft puhll- aOwisraetI wservlILIII of a peUt- St Ike rsweaaal Mhs Is Yw Mtbt theory tar eontrol siHiiisltHil to Prot Mst HaeMOMK En1Mot tMlcei of We Wbkaib Sa a ftMimsMMt at PUUteMtrK Mra Ills Jew paaaeasr ate wit rly ho IH by iofortor alrvlee ST LOUI8AN SHOT ON TRAIN NaVal Recruit Drummer Chides Okla haman on HandNng of Gun CUrtsmati 0 Joiy IS taerhe chided an Oklahoiooii for laM N O8ttar maoofcr of boodtlng a reelvo James Hrois r of ft Load is Is a hooHtnl her Mfforiog frost a dosed In hts Mt sea The two Ms eaa reoralU on root tress 8t Le 4 b Norfolk whore they weep to bon ship While OM the train nest Orea beets ISMl tbo OkwbomM dlpiaye- a roraivor which ho maalooUtotl Ii a maser that the St IxwbM vtowo aa olumoy sad wbon Ute latter voice tats oolaitosi tbo OkMbomon is told N have romarfcod f am from a ask try whore UM people know how w handle a goo A shot dM UM root MANUEL SARAH1A FREE Member of Mexlean Junta In St Louis Released From Jail Douglas Ariz July 13 Manual Se rnhla formerly a member of Use Mt loan revotoUooary Jtmta In St Lode arrived horo Hatwroay tav4nc ben relsojod trots tko JU at Aarsi lftccareer Ibe lIGnIN Ile ta sew feel from all charge Borahla who WM in Jail in Doup lag WH kMoaoH on the night of June SO at UM rs ost ef the Merl can eoMol AatooJo Mara who d eland starahta was wanted In Mailer for three m nln OWl Torres ad mite that ftarokms only offOHfe war his oonneotlon with UN rotelullonanl party Drouth Kills Texas Cattle Fort Worth Tex July 11Oslue men of San Anton report stony deaths amoag eaulo on aceowU oust the oanUnHOd drootk HMWOMM d date are bdg moved Ito the lea ritlry north of UM Trot a4 Pacie ratlfflflli and otkor petit Whoro pees ta to be found Crop In teat Mellon are ripened entirely died Chinaman Rsbbed and Oeaten Qntfika Neb July llIUbl tfs fatally beat Ho pak a OMIIM rot tnaragt kreprr and robbed w siren feusslalttUqcl where ho died two hours later WAR TALK FOOLISi BAYNOVISITINO + HOMI PARTY FAVORS CONFLICT OUR STRENGTH TO GREA rStrong Amen Squadron In Jap nese Waters Would Us a pease Guarantee New York July ILThat that can be no Hteotttm of war belwta Japan ami UM Unlwd Slater U as plain s tho axiom that two and two make four MM KaJIne Mataukala a Japanese el high rank and editor ot the Kebo SklnbuR me of too moat Influential Nowsfttixra In Japan Sal unlay Mr Maimikata was educate 1 In Maorlea Ho U hero with Admlra Uarea Ysseataete As a SWIMS we Japanese are IHU Mad at UM war talk ho wntlauoJ Photo ta no real war party la Japan There wo perhaps lIMO men owl er IIH who are xMM Thli does wMoh tope would probably H termed JtoojM we oaM m Jamu yakMntm or 1henabUe ores ItaK eves these do ant otamor tor waw Tbotr ooty rintjuert ta that wsr iLr TBrneMl grew Kent atroHff eadelh b dssoaod reins for u doss Is Metod oa dyer tuojUryiiitu to Eau HraortoM Aa fir UM 8m PMOOIS ofak M tl t der tettteal osHisM n tUoM oos l- boay s g of a boat n i ha a n UM Mesa of der ut- lM were M atoll we weM tt fth- lhet to aaiMooli- TsV hear at set Isrt4f our owns lobo we were slobe war with Alerts Ifeu a lard Chet elapk Ia M due Ne Nation Can Anent Ie Fight Us Year AadNa Ltkepaem ta0 pit hope talk Uojktty of w+a TIte eat botttos Most f them dss toniamf wore UMO erf year ifaaftih aospalpc That easiest WM oS tjNMDtr 4MM sad fLoMtt sa tINt AtfcmmaBHMM 1 your MUM our aWMr Umt yses see kort appaahl east stt11ada WIth r th- eM Baftwr sad moths wee foat lo toll flay A MvuMMMMl while bM- 0ea won e U bttklW Ktssak woo trvrr data te samMl bee tent Iry Aauine k ML Wba a sal Y wrjr rtofc M aOM fleas Mt kw ill K AVMAff wisest II his wealth ell I tMaJt R to wish ym Amrtotn Yea Moab to w araM pas Ml N reSNtr Hi tHl teat Yew see Many ishud ta M dltasSlr erf ww with asr pww VttoMM tt rn eats MW 9IMBBWVffAMl to gearr wHk lk Thriam uaaoar hod asst 1 are MIMIII MM walk VaflafL aad tafttt Ma9 tabs W MMe Mim ptsJ7te ftMMlallMC flf year Ise lotto ftMll It nai Msdl ea ky L- qro 10 Jaws Ie a MMM We f pant Ill rill TJlI I of a bog AatteA- ems l ISO la Japaseea warn mare M a preoMee of pestle I awn all aaaieelavsi tkeea Wild ruases et war Thad ls ahoktdr a Aenda taw tar dkN JMM OWM MB aMe to HH MBNrtrr to stab M brash Ui Wdurif trlirdeldp Koreans Will Fight TIle Uocoo July IfsW Koroan d Mar soMsmmmmt we WGA 1MN s fit sail lo UMOO woo Pricier nhead ref the x4Mspeilh wWIk tea bow ahead sdeMenaot tm ilea pea CftRI arorcard a report that Jaowa Is ptasmtsK so depose Ute Kolas opsrm sisal SBJSMU Korea Japan evMMtJy ta oreoarng fe- saMbor ntMe to h added M hsi already offOinMoil on Koto Ute ftrraco Midst Tot doosttt- m aurpelsi Wo ksjow K b tiers we Agreed TbeUs why wo are hare Wo ftasag seat wo wowU owl Jwcloo- HM vHft ae a MWVOvV OC IsO 1s- tpedal fawttr I afltrm we wM Apls to UM o4 Karoa ta not a Japsore nobody osMl tile Italy of MI rottrca soy UM ta iMiiini of Konoa I- lapas swirls Koroa we win try Irally UM aoaoJo cad Ro t to the Is drp of our Mood I By boyoMtia all Japanese maflH Btetwos w have a very wworM woapoo Tboro are StM M teI roan sad if Jsjmn does not 5M slay from us whore to oho plat lo pet it Wowkore We will rids Japan la len years Kerr has ox toted tie 44ft pare seal the Yl 4y sake fins mtal for too yeses W will test ajo nadir UM cnaiitH of UM Japanese They oaanot hotelier M eoeooo peop4e Comptroller of Currency Shirt BeallM Wah 3nly l3t ropedt ubmltted by expert aecowiUiit wile tine May S last have Moos invest anting the hooks In the deHartmoajt of the oomAtroller of the corrooey olf Senttlo bjoMs fernier Comptroller JoINt Kopltifaor aooounlaklo for a shartap ef 0173 HUillHnor ta altogod to haw Mt tko qty In March toot fob lowlag the ektro of hit leoftml torm ai anipti jtliir ITo IIs said to b In Has lure I I Vloe President Fairbanks In Seattle oartta Wool JHy ILVies Protl Lnt Cbatn w PMrbaiUui roacswc11 the city KrMay After mortis1 Oov error Moao Mr Falrtawluj psi la tro4uc4 to Ute membor of UM reoep- Iles cowmttt The vies t rosWo laid the receptlim party their rooalrvt to the Hotel LlnwJa Mr PUrboiiki took 1Ulo with loccl mmubcr oi the Phi Oamma r la frnttafty A libraryfollowed P NEAoRUSSIAN ENTIRE SOUTItM1tb1+ PCTIOfItIOFIILS OWNERS OF ESTATES IN EXIT St Petersburg oevr fftl F- rilIng C Is the N 1Jfilet Whloh WM f Jvthrow si the Mi Be iItotelerg revdl attl erubavo jet i again theslpbLt non tko srote latThe ponN ht a ttW i asMto ewMra MIN lot In ass sjNer I t1oee47 M5uu4- skWt haw s firs dtrnor prrr ef W11f1Mo tc i fcMftl Ml UH sit the innoii or n- s5 d- NN UM lltark tadrn lb- prtlr O4 tot r 14 are Ketan we- of oaucA U sell tMMl UI rrl X laeralue lees hl taJim 1ti EII Ie M eMhirl N t1ItOllIl iIut- he tLtu this iffy rfIIle ifrtk- nl A Ian id bait MIeIr l ta IftC Titters Ie gray burg hate tar pt la taat pavtltalarr wWIlt Lbi 1 The awlnmesrt- pkoul6 lhri Ar- eare Cat of tbr aaaaipfa dgpelstn Mate to qar t tpgMblcMar Mow Cs pelaulAi rn- he Ih eamOO ot- rho talllNaIT slob- tbM U ItiMllt at erg tie 1TI to I is tits tfMeeem the f14oaCeb bMr Mss of Ogata est Tkote H altar + rA faLmites errr J aoOa UM Miuatke 0- kualuh tMr l seder rerebphe IMMMM hWW boar u bet la tabs eavi aaewl Isle tlMlr ha Mat easy rase to nnoaart ill Mtrm FEAR FOR PISHEHM H It Is Feared that tHw 0 Run Dewn by a Jeaeraw C tv it waN bra a Sat I Ogg Ohtifd vaN r mtmBft awl M to r roe tlwn kf UM to a OowttoaV U was literals by a farm aids that a Jam h moa had hoes roc dt tor WHl UMIBHW dnii r aUsm rwoaM that ittt M the alibi ea mui o4 N MJMtwt with ni dtnn faitoiioa lit bU MMir have gHwi tb two ten rho asp- her I Mm he saw sot II I dot Crosses Continent Bt i New Peek July i d l 0n ax hLls hutIM Mr issue jatjMiy II i loam awl a peslrlr w riVed herO Jla XW- tor Ily sheet the 11111t ami wiN wfineet tn i a volt Unit tk11 OOTWIini i read 8arflM the roost of the old Orogo Ira i Protests Negro Tr Buffalo N Y JIr t of Northern Now York i a strong iMtt again of the Twontylonrth try to feokeUs list to take tile lakwo of IhiInfantry as lots hero tree man Charles I H Waoliteeton trylws to 11 rescinded Dryan Hearer poof I DwtoN leg July i upwards ef 10 n rsoa sad vtotatty sutfartac rl oatag oajiUHOlod at ih graumU on Urn tray t braskHB seek tQ A tare lh1 park Aid hits hru n phyriotaiiB In other dUn tho sufferers are In a crtLlion ACl1 I l1to ra s i i l tENEHAPENiNGJplq tKentucky to Educatese rettel Children The Itdl4elI outlay scale of Kunuiikjr w wil hc144 the i WT Of Clio unto i if t ft A Puqua Hied fter the following re yeN eMteg Jag e iO- testtar liBur I reds fiamt dlvl rhs IttMt license ralliMil tsze tina MM OtosJHeil spit aM Imrfahllet 118- ae t fooatpie flUtt MMi fNMraiitc de t iwrtcri nmnie ft t If lIIL11 MfeH to 1 raNw ttj06fi111t1 tar MIItM1 pUythsos- I lest JW was 34tM- MffBM ftftiltUwn by I akwt 11U e- ttIAT CAPSIZED A3 r PM tf GicijrsJontsti th By Drewnlng Ihr i cfnm wen a parR asaBjk Sear uy LNN a pasty of 11 hogs KI ottr wine ag ar Hufcg xytl a ilsrdtn 9mf A MIl to a MBwM iswkoatI- MA All wife Asapr r Mr taHe Mta Yh C4wr OInttfMlt n I s + I1tMae- 4Id Two Ali men k UIIIfI Only ts n reieffrai tinet II VJ ltsBls bewy- t e teeMil 1Falew she qIi Iaf48 leaves d melt ceJWfeu ro I Blf Claim AttfHBey a a 01 Imo bs uaildiit+i r Mtoeuurl tot opts- ewwmsea tsuttmti IM aiaw eeIk9tI- I er Net lied Y 1M CgAN ttatrtkre m top1 t 111Ms II- It bu tiligl fir Ute II y IMJ1 tjtlhtlla- P a- F I H i Mether4nLav with Mi iwod fW- u ffttottYe ef fte Me r POM Slab JI allege Ms ttfeiNMlKw Mrs 41 NIl afci wa tm he MB Hvt art a tow n Miw WIN WM a t 3IeOIr dlmpppatrrl lead lasMas but 1 tell a Medf OJItt cHLMMiV liWiMlHSf oted tMkMii wa Itet HUB Tuntw hi A 4W4 8ntliik K Yeas al Ire M Jtatr liatiss UM nmVb sap i M lee for tae amfmeawalth- t Ja Iffttnls Sad aetr aMM Mad eases Tiles Fear Justified K Dertaf a ttoaader- M J Partfn Ml wsa ta 10 lItpIC Pants had renal UM tay lltd ami t his tiM pwsh tsslaek r Ibsa to WM atwar hiss ttte HIt iMttH CII to Ma to eaIr where Invlttt HTlP KT WLJ 0 V neik alaJ r a Lt1AmIA et he kM ratandal to the Typefltayaleai uala an hW Utelr atHTvnUan In I iwd111 JAHIN M hjrnth of preddst ef the Interna phNMl1 union arrivwl Animal bespeUon tour 1 Witness Absent Kr WlUhyn Cohen one w rust nilnMiMst for tho h arakist Calohl Pflvfern r1M Actor tho UM trial limn went wait to locate retxrlrI fl urveil to death while In Ute Ulom Nevada t Tmu Honored K Dr D Y Thwwvs ot ae es laMred n pmfart I medial braneh of Ar ratty r w Oettrayed Old Wine I warehousetC near here wee deft Thirty barrels of old Iroel Loss About 2000 Teamster Killed l 18w+ killed nail tour othora i by a bolt o Ughtulnic at ii a trw miles south of Pa- rI nee had lust driven up lawtfront Ids scat dead fA Stabbing Affray AghtrJUceLeI wed Robert Wright aged ltw pwlmpa fntnlly Illco e r I Wright recently return nrlaaath May De Harnetted to PurnUh Powst and LIght Setneraet KyToseoure fornkfteb1proputatoOSmberland oJl7Theonupsteesaaotatoee aRtIahertoNtktnlIaillnNMIer work IalJedlrlef totIcwM1IInto a Strange Country te Jets tier Ffrit Lov- eIednWis KJIfta 8 PIWM ef IitwtlodoL Itarils tesvued 11N t101 a statue tMMtry cad run the tnatot ef ImmlaiftUe eMriin at New Vent Ie joky her tint fcwn II ItMlen hang uf Danrltt whore titer was HMrHM last tmw words of UmctUh eewM the maids ac sad titer wore OaNTttte Ky r oni her neck was ut eml il a mutt aeMMH to II Ilwi IcnberR IMsvflte Kr Abe made UM trtat wMeoat IMMMW and WM married hi h M Uses an how altar she attired at her twUIJm Reeerd Tebaeoe MayailI KrA4w IPabst ft Mft os lstmr ttalsd ban aatae- of theme IM year and dallmtj N ta ib blsKy watAea lien whore It wsa aMmlw4 at tit 49 per kiM4r4 MM klgk M arera M wash ash ereji ret dherwl kM kern apjinUad U WM ralanl truss seed Mess Ukaean tftaAwMaytvttle team tilt sad the three aaep MOgrtg hIM UWant the Name Changed LoKtagtes Ky CoiraHtM hall the sea aaMuja sad KeotMky salvo ally fMM M tttat etty u MBMM the sag tai muds lo ektaa tko MM of 5 saes st s to the alsto salve sKy At lbs Mat aatlag af Ike hMMl of tnMtMD et mate MtJeej a res- tha 1wNt IHt pieced teyYeaImg ti rep lalatara to ekaM the MMM seat Has Life Len Friend to Death AeklMjd K7 UMUd MeKMjM IL WM IMMM te death with a pkrk has tile kjr Wm ikrkr a yMRit kiukaiid tn tftretl kjr Jaikwiay nor had bees Manita SiN alas TIN mime weau0t wildest Ik the proeesee ef a trvwU of mm km iw effwt was made te save McKulKlK fnM ace fury trf Mi aietUI ML Te Testify In Pewee Out- Newport KyItobpooaaa far a nam her of CMmkeM eowtty uliMeaa te UM tkly at Ut irM et Caleb Ifewwa act tat Jwly bare bees rr tTMl hereby gkertff XafeL The wHnMWM want ad are It W M etwn CM Crawford Mrs 1111 wWow ef xOeMty Judge- aim fttid MM MMW of Akuawdrla her dNkterSue Peppers Estate LwlMjtM KSsit WM flied a eJaM UM maiM et flee Into JBMM B Pijinr WrUMN sad iMrtMlnr to ro eVe iMdk Saw us Me kMHrnMa poll dee ame etbM Ie ITMM and whisky to hoed ameuMOnic te f MM n U HftrdoMT eteta remMM afe t till the ttttt Says She Needed It sans Ky After h MlM Ma wtto IIt ssosaelosruess 1Vm Whit tterred posted wrlnrtta aeM ever her liMk and she MMM Ute weiatm was a Mae ef When WIUn anly axetua to tkM his wtte needed a goad keatlMj lie WM ret em Ute ekarice ef aa unit and battery Sixteen Men Hurt SomerteL Ky4Wxtwm men wore hurt In ft wreck en the Quron A ere sent road when a 1 al frolitht eraahud Into a work train near Uto TrnncsMHi line Caleb Owens at this oily was amoDR tho Injured A relief train brought the victim to ft sanitarium how Out For Dollar Wheat Ruse lIrNI KrA tare number et refreientftAlva wheat grower of Logan oeunty wet here aitd formed an orBanbalten to demand f 1 per buahM for wheat Ninety eonta la now offered but the farmers detwmlnod not to sell for learn than 1 1 Forlorn Mother tUlle Dabta Lexington KTHer husband pone and finding It lmMM lblo to iitMirt her three small ohlldrcn Mrs Situ Whltton of Ixisby Owon county com milted auloldo by taking stryahnlno tier children wore found dead In the bed by her ride Darn Destroyed Glasgow Ky Llffhtnlng struck tho largo grain and stock barn of William Allen and de troy l the building and Its contents IOM 2000 A boy who was In tho barn waa rendered unto rebus for porno time and a mulo waa kllloJ- Haage Loulavllloa Chief IxMilivlllc KyArtor A aorvlco In the department extending over S7M years 8ol n lnn Quntlier handed In his resignation as duet of police and was aurccoiiod by Jacob P Hatixw former html of tbo force SENATOR IN ERROR BEVERIDQE MIXED ON SUPREME COURT DECISIONS r l d aglInheritancesDemocrallc Would Lift the burdens 4 from the People wnlInT rreetdmt IlootercU at Orator Ilay and immediately afterward gavo ou a ataioMMit wi the subject oftaxa lion U the cuHrae of which ho made t- mteslatmrral due probably to the ox- et0Mst Rawest la n young lovcrson the eve of martlajjo He said Tile prln0Ip10tlenal The Indiana AdQnli WM evidently IntBHdlBK to say that in the odd of Pelluek w Pariaoja Lou and Trual company the oeuri had wade such a deetaraUeo Itai ID that ease Chief hustles Ptiller aakl that the power of the federal nveraHMHt to levy an InI sum tax ky aeponlofliarRi l Ideaary and akaeliito 1U U H CQIJ The court simply held that taxes on real ealate were Indisputably direCt taxes and that taxi M leeomes do rived tram html er tn peraeeal prop arty or iMemes dorlved from Sot property were rime direct axe It do eland that tbMe sorties of the Wll lIOn act laying an Income tax were un oonstitHtletial1 beoaMe the taxes they laid wore not apportioned among tho several slalom la proportion to their reax tlve pepHlaMtnJ and worp there fore to vtaUlUm et the eoMUtHllenal ItravtatoM which reejttre aflkmatlve ly that Ile eMHt tlTea and direct taxes shall be aeportMMml ameeft the everal elates which May be Included wRkla this Hftlea MeonlleR to Utolr respective newkem and ne atlvoly that no oapateUen er other direst Uz akaM be toM sales In proportion tone sees After mawiaUnc Ute tow ea this geld Insular IN eHdgs say that UN ieersBM must kM decided that aii lekerttajwe tax to eemetltsjUeoat bo K hoe Ie boly va tw 31 WeJtoee nil H held that taxes on mei 1 ieslee s ceeM sot ke eHetkaawlehe- dlerosMlees laze Mid pkjekl I- nnaeetoa tax tow ef hers M 1101 tm that greed list la the were re east eaer of Kaowium vs Meere Ute eowt bold that aa lakerttaeee tax was act a direct tea lib tIM Means taxes en toad aaij M meal property but aa saetoi or prIw tea wklek need net ke apprttosd aieemc the several aisles UM U 8 at In other words tile eeert kM held enae and enlreM and then by a divided ooart that aa tnlrarMame tax Is an redirect tax lltw the tariff taxes We are will Ilag te accept Ibis clew rinse It obvl ales the dimoelUr raised ky the In oeme tax declatea ef reaching targo oetalM by the fedoral taxing power IM M tax beth laeanes sad laherl taaeea let M tax Ilaeomea under the aepetUwiMeat tame and Inked Issues wader tke ecctse clause list let M not loraet flat eettgrosc has ne power le tax sweMen fertwaea er mod lINt f rt we for aay psw ese eutepl- le raise rovemw for the expenses of the MevemmenL If eeeRreea ahoeJd decide to tax la comes and tKherttancea er either K wenld be ebMned therefore to reducei er abolish tariff duties Hut everybody knows tNt Ute lewd akag repedanclnc ckalaraltllBK friends of the tatff bred and tariff fed traeta do not IMewl te abolish Ute thing the trod en If the people want fair taxa tiers If they wart taxation tor revenue enly whether direct or Indlreot so that prisms wIN be lower and the coat of H 1int lees they must rely upon Ute Dsmceratte party States Rights and Home Rule There la a strong dtetxHltlen among Desworata te make a square loose ef the proposition pt the president and Mr Rout tee secure eenetrMettens of the eeastltuUen Increasing the power of the federal neverntemt at the ex pense of the rights of tlM stales or In etkw went te amend Mio cosatltu tlen ROt by the Method proscribed In tint Initntmeat but by judicial con stractton thus transferring tho rev creliiaty of the nation from tho people te a lady of nine Judges ohoien by the president for tho purpose of ob taming an enlargement of his own powers by Intrigue Involving usurtm ton Notwithstanding Mr Hoots as sertion that tho people will have eneh changes through means that would amount to an abrogation of the fifth article and the tenth amendment of the constitution Democrats arc toady to tost the question Tho next Democratic national convention will probably speak out In unmistakable torts on this point They Stand Pat The umbrella trust protected l y a- tariff duty of 40 pot cent IIs still do- Ing business at the old stand In spilt of nearly seven years of strenuous ofj fort of President Hoosevolt and his attorney generals Knox and Itoaa party to curb that octopus When II comes to revising tho tariff that pro toots tho umbrella and other trusts all of thou Hopublloan politicians weroustItltJMlblltal1Imottoes moans wo must allow topll to continue to gouge us Thcro IsI another southern man thait Democrats should keep their eye on Ho baa lust been Inaugurated as govk ornor of Oeorgla Hoko Smith who has won preferment after a strenaoui i fight WHAT IS A REPUBLICAN Many Ideas Seem to Do Represented In the 0 O P Me18 of our Republican contem pros i in nro trying to answer the tepubllcanrbuti I usiifn ma wo will do our boat to llKhf their darkness Many modern Hciiiiican iwllilelans arc first of nil OMI tMnliU ready to pease upon any l11 that offers to catch tho popular br i L por instance Senator Knox decUnw torn attic construction ot tb MtaetltHtlon while Mr Iloosevolt IIs for stretahlng the constitution to the breaking point lath of those Vnt lemon aro after votes and expect to +iroblne their two schools o- rIhht on election liar Ilepubllcan- sai twitove In tariff protection for tho trrr but In some states whore lbs iftrff reform sentiment II raising hadw they propose revision and reel procity in other slates they stand pat sad fry tAt out of Uio trutts and o- futeuen day both faction stand ready to rate tojothor and spend the pro ceii of tho fat frying All Kopubllcans aro for the old nag tail an appropriation If It comes tbelr way If the appropriation Is not to- tkTm to fixjnil they are for economy Ila expenditures and kkk like steer until they are lot Into the log rolling bee with a fair division of the spoilt Otherwise life Is a dreary waste and the old Nag may bo Ila rlbliona instead of stripes and the star which symbol lice their unto Is to them ft mockery It all depends upon whose ox Is gored and who Is tho dispenser of patronage and how many of their camp followers can gut a place at tho political pie water Vefere the ordinary Repub lican politician can decide whether a proposed Measure Is for the best In terests of the people Republican conaroesmen wero nil trteads of tbo railroads until the tree pease were cut off and they still hanker after tho flesh pofa of tho cor pnraUens To make up for tho loss ol free transportation they moronic th tr salaries CO per coal and gelIII draw cents a mile far millie aad voted the president fKOOO a year 1tc hire spselal1 IralM for himself hh family sad friends Thus the rail roads Rain awl the taxpayer are thi poorer As tke American raftrohaiit marine kaa keen ndMd ky Ue Itepeklleai plan of tariff preteeihm for Ute trW the RrweNaeji peUtfoJans from Pros drat IlooMvek te the negro suttteo rlraeer at tke oapsUl favor skilp subsidy Most ef them dent wader sued the root taewe Involved bet as tho skip Inset lokkytets skewed a lib oral dtopoalUea to aastot In their en IlKktesiMeet and were tree st enderi the patrleu who nm the oounU feeed there Must be something soot In IL Their tovo for the old flag and an appropriation made them as one prey for the MilMtMy lobbyists who were certain the stars and stripe would be seen on every sea If the bill passed Hurrah for Old Olery wa tbetr cry list what Is tie good of eaKriHni upon Ute fads and follies of the 0 O P er telling of tbo prosperiv of thi trusts and tho army of traar the their policies have ttHMraP4 and protected There are a tow eM toga Ish HepHMIeana who believe what Lin oata tIt but they have no part 01 lot In the stronuousnoss of lonHofmWIoanlsm A Plundering Program Senator Milieu declares the tarn will have te be revised by Its friends If the people desire revision thui keeping strictly within tho deOlara lien of the HepnbHoan party Hi then sari this revlsloa probably maj take the term of a maximum nm tUnlmum Byttem had then he dc elaroB that minimum duty rate BhOMM be a reasonaWo protectlvo tat Iff affording full protection to Amerl oan workmen and American manufac tutors without Imposlas any bars ships on the consumer plow Senator Allison expects to at range a tariff tho minimum rates o whh will afford full protection t American manufacturer without 1m posing any hardships on tho trot Burners will bo an Interesting pro loin The two Interests tho trust and the people nre divided by I great gulf which the Allison plan eat not bridge On oho one side aro th manufacturers who are mostly cost blned Into trusts and aro protected III charging unreasonable profits Oa th other hand aro tbo consumers who art feeling the burden ot trust high prises which with many whoso Ir coma have not advanced with th enormous Increase In the cost of Ih lag enforces pinching economy This practice of Senator Allison Is I fair sample of tho Republican plan o positioning the reform of the tariff s that the trusts may continue t flourish at the expense of tho cot sunhats and tho Republican politician continue to fry tho tat out of them t bo used as campaign funds to kee themselves la power A One progran surely Revlon Not Destruction Tariff rofon by n Republican COt great docs rot mean tariff dcstructlot It means the adjustment ot tart schedules to Industrial conditions tha oxtat now but did not exist ten year ago whoa the present law was o- t4ctodN Y Mall Tho Bhrut of approval from Wn1 street when Oar Hughoa vetoed th twocent rate bill will hardly lead tan Indotnemont Itr tho governor to president In those states that bajr cnaotcd twocent rate paws except b tho railroads FOR THE HOMELESS NEV YORK PROVIDES FOR THOU WITHOUT SHELTER Y Filly Four Hundred and Thousand Dollar Building to Be Provided- on Eaat Side for Needed Charity Moro and more Is the thought of the large dUo turning to needs of tho unfortunates who homeless anti friendless and hungry need the time Ily aid whloh shall save them from crlmo and disease and death Irob ably no city of the country has a larger problem of tilt kind than has Now York city and for ten years past she has maintained a municipal lodging and supper and breakfast are to be obtained by the destitute and needy provided only ho or also IIs needy not drunk or afflicted with a ilnngoroiM or Infectious disease All nationalities are represented In the roster of this public lodging house and there aro separate departments for mon and women The figures Dhow that In 190G IOS73 parsons were accommodated and for ten yenta be tween tho opening of the building for charity In lUG and 1990 a grand total of CtSOSC men women aid children worn cleansed boused and fed under itsroofNot evening do the homeless begin to flock to this place As they arrive their pedigrees are taken eontctlraes of course they are lies and then they aro sent below stairs for a bath and fumigation About 40 suits are fumigated at onee for tho apparatus Is big and tho demand heavy While tho clothes nro being thus treated tho people owning them are obliged tn undergo bodily exami nation said have a bath One sees the greenish soap like ask grease which Is used In giving the lodger tho shampoothe finest they say In the world Thus the tucks upon which the dried doteand tho shoes ef the Inmates are put the towel and nib as de twit wtlh lath slippers which are supplied free and reek te each and all the spot lose kitchen where good bread IIs stored f baked ON Iltaskweirs Island Sad seed coffvo Is Madeto go with the brood for supper with Meat afed mere fOr breakfast Then the visitor aereeos Ute stairs to the steeping reams whore the atMosphere la kept fresh and pure It a modern appM anon aped Ute rejpifettoa is to keep the temperature between OS and 70 labresbeiLTb are double decked They lire very simple an Iron frame wire prime blanket and imlr of sheets and IthEPBITER BITTEN REMARKAOLE STORY OF POCKET PICKING ADVENTURE Lady In London Loses Her Purse Con taming Five Pounds biit Finds In Its Place a Valuable Diamond Ring Tho fettowlBg slesy which Is ro lated ky a todr proves that one tnpy I His Flashy Appearance Impressed 0Her Unfavorably P even gain some benefit from the pick I pocket Hnterlng abus ono wet and miser able day the lady found tho usual re suit on such occasions there was t plenty of room outside but scarcely t any within However a man attired 7 In seemingly lavish style by dint oft compressing four of his follow pawen a Ron into space ordinarily occupied by three Indicated that there was stillI room for one more Accepting tho seat thus proffered the laity smiled her thanks Still In i 1410 of tho apparent politoneu of the- o stranger sho felt that there was IOmO- othIng r 1 Utltorloul about Idm mli clothes were at expansive material but their combination the brilliant waistcoat with Its aggrelvely heavy gold watohchain the loud check pillow to each KS the linen being supplied frostily every day In the present bulling It In usual to accom hiodftlo In this manner about 300 moo women anti children every nightIn order to carry on title work 50 persons are employed 17 of whom are pltld 99 unpaid It Is expected that same of these who stay over night will linger In the morning and kelp clean up but they pften resent the Idea It la said The city pfNew York appropriates t000 pot annum to this work which IIs not much con slderlng Its Importance Hut a bettor tine ts coming Tho oily leas authorized the erection of o building In Bast Twenty fifth street near tho river which will cost about 110000 It will have capacity for Proposed Nsw Municipal Lodging House for New York City 711 persons and separate living rooms for Us employes a feature lacking In the present quarters It probably will bo ready for occupancy In 1908 Thorn art several Incidental mat era connected with this charity which are worth Observing It undertakes to find employment for Its Inmates in the oily depart Mesa or On the eatable i It discourages the needy from out ef town In favor of the homeless city man or woman The woodyard tot tke recdelei and tho Island for the take that la the rule Tho average yearn of the inmates whoa that tho women who seek aid are older than the men The average for the women on ono night recently was U yean Tho oldest woman was SO and she had been there before Yes the homeless may come more than onee The ruleI is not more than threw hlvhta In one month but that Is kelps eut by the wnodyard where for three hours chopping another nights lodging aw t pore food may bo bad iI suit and bright yellow hoots Impressed tier unfavorably The stranger appeared to he aware of tbo attention his splendor was ere atlag and a smite of satisfaction crept over his face He began to dangle his fingers on his knees tho bettor to die play the magnificent diamond rings with which they wero bedecked However the extraordinary affecta tions of tbo man served to lessen the discomforts of her Journey Dut it was with a teeing of satisfaction that Ibo left tho bus and arrived at her own home Then it was that she made the dls cwvery or to word It snore accurately tailed to make the discovery Where was her purse She remembered the flashilydressed stranger Ho must have been a pick nooketl Why had she not thought ot It before And now ho had made oS with her purse and nearly cl Onee again the lady examined the pocket ot her Jacket Yes there was no doubt the purse was In the left hand tide whoa she entered tho bus Dut what was this she felt between hot flnaersT Sho drew CHIt a gold ring embedded In which RIMmed a diamond of ex coptlonal sloe Taste she reflected In disgust Dut tho thing served to prove that It was to tho polite stranger that she owed her loss Still the brilliance of the Jewel mado It appear more genuine than she had at first thought If It wore real she inured hopefully It would certain- lyI be of vastly more vane than cri- Tho thought was oxcltlng Tho moro she examined the ring tho more convinced she became that the din mond was not paste Tho next day proved that her Judgment was correct for tho Jeweler to whom she submitted the gem for his opinion offered to buy It there and then for 171- Thus It IIs teen that It Is sometimes advantageous to have ones pocket picked but not always To Keep ColdrFlsh roomyIround but swim about To keep flutes In globes whoso diameter Ila only equal to twice tho length of Its Inmates Is cruel but It Is constantly being done Glean rain water or pond water Is the best to keep them In and In It should be a handful of growing pond weeds to provide tho fishes with oxygon nnd part of their food Not Quits Clear Stranger Soy II there a man In this vicinity with one leg named Smith T- FnrmorDunno What bo In name uv his other leg Chicago Dally News wwwww ELLISON BROS TEN DAYSE I3Iia= mw mill m sale A tremendous purchase of Mill Remnants contracted for at old prices will make this I event of double Interest Mill Remnants come from the mills in pieces from 1 to 10 yards long lengths that can be readily usd for mak ing all kinds of garments and we have thousands of yards of all kinds of cloth to offer you la this sale at prices way below actual value Simpson 7c quality the best calico made we have thousands of yar14c8c apron check Ginghams 5c lOc Amoskeag check Gingham the best8e lOc Lawns 6c 1211 and ISc LawnlgeFi-ne fancy dress Ginghams 13 12 and 15c qualltyM 9c ISc Madras and Percales 36Inch light colors per yard lOc ISo Long Cloth J6lncb11eLin- en finish Chambray solid colors 15clOc Bleached Toweling 8c quality 4c 2Sc Table Linen SO inches 18o 60c quality oil Table Linen colors 58n39c 40c quality Table Damask S6inch27e 65c quality white mercerized TableLlnen 4c LOOK 1 Read this advertisement chock the item you are interted in and brine this circular to the store with you 41 YH will Save Many Dillars on Yaur Purchases t r Dress Goods Sale The offerings of tine Dress Goods at bargain pikes for surpass any pre viously made Lcok at these prices Entire stock reduced 100 yard all wool black Skirting 44 inch XQ 100 light weight light color tans greys etc all wool 46lnch8c 70c Mohairs and fancy check light colored suiting39c 3ScplaldSullings light 36lnchl9c 12 L2c Suiting 9c WonderfulSilk These price on splendid silks at thla time are simply phenomenal 150 86lnch black Taffeta120 125 36lnch black Taffeta Q8c 125 36inch black Peau de Sole98c 75 and 85c Taffeta all colors 63c SO and 60c 27Inch wash China Silk white and color4QeJO- ewhite wash Sllk22c27lnch China Sllk35e 39crI 85c and 100 fancy Silks for Waists Suits49c EKiiaoninary Tafiie Linen sale Housekeepers will do well to lay in A sup ply of Table Linen Napkins etc as it will many a long day before they can JJpHc1c- thcse prices Pure Linenwnite Table Damaskl value 88c Napkins to match above 350 quality 275 75 and 85o all linen white Table Damask 50c 65c Linen white Table Damask o1ge 60c white mercerized Table Linen 65 in 4lc 35c while Table Linen 56 inch 27c 60c Table Linen oil all colers 58 inch 39c 2So red Table Linen 18c 30c fringed Napking 22c SOc fringed Napkins 39c 60c fringed Napkins white or fancy 45c 150 large white Linen Napktes 98c 300 large white Linen Napkin 225 Dollies Tray Oaths Lunglf Cloths Table Covers Starts eta aH reified t bargain prices SATURDAYOn Saturday July 20th at 8 oclock we open our doors to the public on country Besides receiving innumerable shipments of Mill Remnants of all this event we have gone through practically our entire stock of DRY HKlJ and ladies and childrens READYTOWEAR GARMENTS of every kind CHANDISE of all kinds marking it down to bargain prices PRICES 1111- You will find everything plainly marked with the pricethe same price to everyone anti nm on any purchase not satisfactory for any reason whatever during the sale ASTOUNDING ARRAY OF BA White Goods Right now Is the time you need these goods and the prices here quoted make this sale of unusual interest 25c white Lawn 19c 25c white Lawn 190 12 l2c white Lawn lie 15c dotted SwlllOo20 and 30c fancy white Waistings lTc JOe SIlk Mull 19c 40 and 45c French Lawns and Batistes 46tnch 29c 75c wide white and black Organdy 49c 12 12 and 15c DlmlUe91Sc Lonsdale CambrleM12 l2c lOc check Muslin 8c lEe Long Cloth J6lncb11e2-5c Nainsook 19c 25c linen finish Suiting mercerized 19c- 15c Unen finish SulUngMl150 white embd waist patterr16ge Wash Goods I Advancing prices on all these goods make these prices at this time highly sensational These are all great bargains and you cannot afford to miss them 6 and 7 l2c Lawns 5c 8c Lawns 6c ISc Lawns lie 30c Lawns 19c 30c Zephyr Ginghams silk Ginghams mercerized fancies 19c 12 l2c GinghamMlOeISc Gingham 12c 10 and 12 12c light Percales 9c ISc Percales and Mohalrs12e12 l2c Cheviot lOc 12 12c ShirtinglOclO- eChecks 8c 8c Checkt 4c Best Calico In rembantl5e MAKE NO MISTAKE GO TO 3 Ellison Hickman r Linen Sale Extraordinary soled ga of toe LIB CM at bargain prta LOOK 135 00Inoh LtaM Huei S Q8c 150 90Inoh LineR IhodltcJ30100 Handkerchief Ilaoa J6ia79c 75c yard wide tluer LIINa59c 60c 36lnoh L45c40e36inoh LineR 20c Good hand Ttwels uy5c seller 2 for 5C 5c TewelsM 4c lOc large HuuMl Balk Towels 8c 15o Linen Towels lOc aye Damask Tels19cSOc fancy Damask largo Towels 39C Floor Coverings Remarkable bargain cbaaoea in all kinds of Floor Ceverlnga 40c quality fine closely wotron de sirable Jap mattlng2geJ- 5e Matting 27c 2Sc China Matting 1QC 20c Matting 1QC ISc Matting13cVelvet Avmlnster 9 ky 12 feet Art Square 2750 Uty219520 9x12 Brussels Art stntar 1695S2S Velvet 9x12 Rug 1898 1500 Brussels art square 9x131298 150 Smyrna Rug large 98c 3x6 Velvet 500 Rugs 385 AR Guaranteed c c 11QualityAnd DECOl1TEI VKToxtlo Double an Enameled Ware 4 Qt Preserve Kettle 10t 3 Qt Stew Pant lOc 3 Qt Sauce Pan 1 OcI 3 Qt English Pudding Pan 10c Seamless Bread Pans lOc 14inch Serving Tray 1O 12inch Wash Bowls 10rI 5 Qt Pudding Pans 1O 0 Qt Millc Pans 10i Sale of LACE CURTAINS The pries on feme Lao Cwrtatos art rMtotoMlv low i 2 13 yds SOo Laos ewrtaMs We- i912 1 tOoi II Jfo J 7It It4e100 lace curtains J yds pJr7Sc 150 JII USe 250 lcne OMrtluM J 12 yds It 198 J 00 4 3 12 yds II 245 I 51or FINE LACES mne Vallr loaM with satak 10 100 va1 lacr L2 14CVa- lis Oerntan at 30e L oti- Z9 laas all1 Wide lOc lace Torchon lace i 150 allover 60c allover I 40c all over i II BALE amcXNS SAFTJRJAy MRNING AT a 001 Ky- immmmm ELLISO 1 Itr JflIf taTlw1IJIIII t+ liasr asrasr- t asrA f I tr I j 1 1 1 The Passing of Mankind KNOW NOT HOW TRUE IT MAY DE v- if UVE IT TO YOU AS TWAS TOLD TO ME f I r news it 2l- N4I ta Mayfield Sun rf Betid1 sil thisr to ison1 was Its Fullon a I er was in Memphis r n shirt ntitae Si 1the II Croriitn If Clcve b ia awn Fftelay- r r ru ii home tram t othPaduKibt relatives I y r and wife ifcTIpton Ii k man vlstlor II- Jtr el fUG wa 1M ptet of ifsa S huIIn wlgt tEata- r Q Ii MugMloMt udvfdI Y nit hfcsMiuer MrIw Uftl Ml MMday rerj H utand naerI j I see 4ia vlCce Paducah V I of Mr and Mrs R week M rfcrH awl Mrs 4ehv41le are vtdttt sat re formerly telephone rityls new locatedi j vMHs4i of PallJJ ity Wednesday to M HuMMr- druker at the Farm r to rIM answer 1Mr Uy or night wn fat man and have Id ai the tlrtus wit I veoieg Hear the K K Kmnelh Robert and fl t ltaabltlle are rvxher Jas f1lwa r money arid then our you win readily os rr paces we are watt Dodds that M leI of the i on this week as Mr M we ate unaWc to the A S Of B OOtomo TA Smith ami Imegene I Itd Sunday rem Kaen where they have been 1 Summer lohoot of the ofoo jr less been aj trul by the council to nfxpiredtermef G L wi resignation takes a 1 g Ladles of the Baptist serve lee Cream and- yo4 evening from Six ta at the residence of L Every body invited 1 1 Hoary returned te her w Madrid Mo Satur 4 short visit with her K r Her brother George mpanied her home Walker entertained the and ormen of the Mengel ThursdayeA supper designed espe refs occasion was served L al jhereI s present all of whom say hmg small about Walker tees to entertaining folks at lllaliaUall aII U WlHelm EllilontVVcflthcr Forecasts ta 0SaturdayRain at SundayColder MondayJIJ Tuesdayrl JIV Wednesday HI1 Storm period ThursdayJtj Frldayith NeuHed I tiCUrrsI tit MAH KKHTUCKY at mtnnrrmttmrratttr Try the Couriers Want Column FulonSundlLYMose Barkelt was In Catre Wed nesdayOoakler MaylleldOOay R 11 Jtvaer of Union City was here Saturday A MoDanlcl returned to Hick man Wednesday nornI Mr and Mrs titan Choate this week a bey Big barbecue and bran dance a- tarena Thursday July 2Sth Tueldayf ItDr ofItIcoptedandMrs Harry Bfltson and wm War Monday Some repairs art being made on the Bayw de Chefe bridge above ttwnJas hotfpugrhealth Mist lame Rood wen kere from lTlsat City Sunday the guest of friendsM Adrian Brevard of Union MattegI ArerardParmers headquarter for nice hort onler fatthe cad fruit at Orlgibys Ph ne numHr SI for H C aeMlterOur CMtbfeg h MgborioMd in all but price See our snow windows flakier Dodd Mn TA Hotoombe of Grsen Wile MUs Is visiting the at homed C A ilotoombe If you want to nuke your wife 4 4au4 4 ONes Bond of Chattanooga is 44- hero rids week looking after the in 4 terests of the Richmond Bond Oil Co Mims Dote Cavitt and Codle lanes have beon sfunlng a week or more with friends at last Praiiie MAL We are ever otdoieg tile perea flee of ysstetdaya olUIMc and xc- are also dipping the pr1eeJkllaer Dodd Mr and Mrs Joe MM and daMRhter ot Union Qlty are nesU Mrs Mos swat Mrs Vat Car peeler 1L C Barrett the undortaker IIIIwith the Fftrtners Hardware Crptny Inoorporatod the house of quality at Christian Endeavor will meet next Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church Mr Clyde Wilson 111n lead the meetingvDont tail to attend the olrous next Wednesday evening near the to K See the wild animals and drink rod lemonade Mrs R lL Bradley and son leftll Wednesday for Chloago to visit herg brother She was accompanied topCairo by her huIOOOOpYou have never been offered such bargains In Mens Boys and Chll clothing as you will find at Balder Dodds for 30 days only Johnnie and Erauel Ilunxlker are with the Union Qty band this week the annual encampment of the Tennessee State Guard at Waverly Tenn Regular services next Sunday at Graves School HouieJ Subject I Be sure yourb hnorwill find out F H J Everybody invited The one month old twins of Mr rand Mrs B F Mayer died thish week one of them dying TuesdaC and the other Wednesday They 1 were both buried at the City Cemev tery The Courier extend sincere sympathyCThe only preacher that the ReelC is 1RevHe was in town Saturday shaking ofIlwentyfiveme he was a on to says HIckman has more the appearance of a city than any place which he has stopped between K Nashville and Hickman j w EiiIt T RADICAL REDUCTIONSI OR MENS BUYS AND CfiiL- DRENSClothing 25idiscount for cash on our entire stock for 30 DaysDo- ntmiss this opportunity It may never pass this way again CJ1rFI JFIJCES 000- HAJSrA S cES 600 Oxfords 600 Shoes for 465 For 465 650 Shoes for 495 i Baltxer II Dodds I i YTYTTYyyTYY TYTl Courier Want Coillmn tu tHt 1M Ow Will II ips fYU tr wHtll wr u u M t d Ir 4IJ 1M MU N J4J lM M 4J v r AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1A NOR RKNTThree room bona whh hall and porch 56 a month Apply Cetirier Ottce FOR SALB Six months old full lood rod Durham BvHi will soil Party roust pay cash A good opportunity for someone For particulars see H Lamastus or oak the Courier Office 8 FOR SALE CHEAPA Ane piano Hit be sold quick for crash Has a ery sweet tone and beautiful Mien This is an exceptional opportunity have a good instrument Iin your home Inquire at Courier oftloe SJtf WANTED Few colored men for laborers in foundry No trouble ood wages steady work for cum men Plenty of colored here Colored schools and churohes good town to live In Apply to Mt Vernon Car Mfg Co Mt Vernon III 6 n Herman Battier of Covineton Tenn arrived In Hiokman Wed nesday to visit relatives MarlIn Provow and family and Miss Gertrude Honson spent Sunday with relatives in Freemont Teen Mrs E Case returned from hill Ky Tuesdaywhere she as been for several days Her soninlaw Chas Poole accompanied her home Mrs A J Wiley of Louisville been the guest of her brother larence Henry this week She left Tuesday morning for few days In Como Tenn The Young Ladles of the Baptist will serve Ice Cream and Friday evening from Six to Oclock at the residence of L Ellison Everybody Invited Come one I Come all I Enjoy the evening by attndlnu the cirrus be given by the ladles of Circle No2 of tne Episcopal Guild Wed nesday evening July 24 near the K Admission 10 and ISc Gate open at 8 p m We are glad to see H Buchanan able to be up apanII M iUacock of Union City was In Hickman a few hours Wednesday A A Fari was IIn Momphis last week While there he took an ex amination for a river pilot and was granted a Ant alas license Ira Green won the Gun dud medal this week nYeaking 21 targets S L Dodds and N R Holcombe oame In second breaking X each R J Wheeler a popular young bustnos man of Caruthcrsvllh Mo Is spending a few days with his sis ter Mrs J C Hendrlaks of near townMr LaCompte representing the DM Pont Powder Co was a guest of the Hickman Gun Club Wedneday afternoon He broke 70 out of 75 targets and of course is a profess sional and a mie fellow with It About Sept lit the Hickman Club will give a big GunI which both professionals and ama tours may enter This will be a big thing for Hickman as shooters from all over Kentucky and surrounding states will be present A M F Dodd S L Dodd P CWant and Guy Ward attended a big gun shoot In Mem phis last week They made a good rooord Mr S L Dodds being in the money several time Guy Ward won third place in the profes sional class In the guessing contest at Jones Cafe on the glasses of Pepaollnc and loaves of loaves sold and the cash sides on those two articles for the week of July 6 to 13 Miss Bon nie Carpenter won the first prise of glallcolPepsoUne 896 Lon Naylor guessed 2151t loaves of bread 2145 being the number sold 152 90was the amount of cash sales for that week Linn Kirkendall guessed 15225 This was another of Mr Jones ad vertising schemes He Is a hustler and will get his share of the business in his line posltlon Company at this place Mr Dillon has been employed in the office of Richmond Bond Co for the last five years and has proven himself a competent man He assumes his new dukes August 1st Court Mouse News tJwi rw 0 at aen Following are the rear estate transfers since last week A C Holmes Com to Linnie Cason division of land A C Holmes Con to W A Almonds division of land J C Roper to Jno M Statham land 3000 Walter Statham to Jno M Sta tham land 200 Mrs Louisa Welch to A C Plum I lee land K A Pewitt to J M and WM Statham land 2000 0 F Grimes was sworn in as Ad ministrator to the estate of C L Crimes S E Cason was sworn in as Guardian to Lenora M Cas n Mr Rice Cllnard was married to Mies Lena Mart at tke Court House on the 13th Judge Naylor officiated Marriage license were iseuod on the 13th to the following parties both colored BoycansEhud Notice We will on Saturday July 20 i 1907 at 2 p m let a contract to build a levoc In Bayou de Chcln bot tom on Uulon Churoh road neart Union Church Also a 150foot conI the work iIs to be done W A NATLOR J W WILLIAMS R A BRo nER Committee Christian Church Regular services every Lords Day Bible school at 9 a m Com munion and preaching services at 109S Subjocturhe Conversion of the Eunuch to Evening services at 745 SubjfctuA City Set on I a Hill Cannot be Hid Prayer i meeting every Wednesday evening at 745F II VlRNOR Minister John Meocham returned Sunday from a visit to his parents at Scooba Miss He also visited his friend Clarence Corum at Meridian Miss I 0 Franchise Sold A special from Mayfield June 13 says If the sale of a franchise with a bund of 1000 attached signifies anything MayfieU will perhaps have an electric car line entering Its limits from Paducah within the next 12 months As advertised the fran yesterdaybest and only bidder was J W Williams Co the other members ofIthe following Paducah and McCrack en county capitalists H H loving George Rush John F Harth and B H Scott The price paid was 200 pastfivetween these two cities in contem plation and has held a charter all the while The thousand dollars I citythatthe next twelve months and com pleted in five years It is the companys intention to construct their line so that it will touch all the stations on the I C road between here and Paducah with a possible exception of Florence These towns are Hickory Grove Viola and Boat It Is probable that a survey will be made at an early date a short while after which actual construction work will begin The company probably will form daysWhilefranchise will be to gain an entrance to Mayfield it is also the intention of the company to lay tricks on two or three of the principal streets of this city powerplMtthe river The announcement of the Intention of the J W Williams company comes as somewhat of a surprise to the people of Mayfield as there has been but little previous talk of such An electric line connecting this city with Paducah will in a commer cial way bring these cities much closer together and will be found to work toward a further development of the farming territory CURES BLOOD POISON CANCER ULCERS ECZEMA CARBUNCLES o MEDI CINE FREE If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or jJoints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itching and burns sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suf fer from serious blood poison or the beginning of deadly cancer Take Botanic Blood Blarn B B B It kills the poison in the blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blooJ troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sons carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obstinate oases Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Drug gtstsi1 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and pre paid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed teller It is currently believed that the American Society of Equity is seek ing to gel control of the majority stock of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company The com panys representatives here say no overtures have been made by either side but it Iis glvon out that the question will be considered at a meeting of tobaccogrowers to be held here on July 17Courier Journal Dorena Mary polhamus Is on the sick list Esq Cain held court at Dorena SaturdayT White went to Cnyce Saturday on business Rev Lucas will preach at Locust Grove next Sunday Mrs Lida Pickett and Gertrude Hall went to Hickman Monday Mr 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d III I 1 cSgg 2 I I Ii i i I I I 110 U o u tE I IUJ I 1 1111 i 1 1 I i IIIj IljCO oo 1 I rrd H i U 9 Ij a2II I i I i I I 0 a 1 uj 1 J n I r 1 re pti I Iu f iQ I I i 2 b UU N O H RoW a2 a u a2 0 V iJliJ J Jog H b 9 t4 Bh iaitt J J 8Ii J iIJn 2 8n j iata M roc uq 8 a a cOc bD retd YNU u s lgen Y qoro u j O j 1 u i e0 rouq t ug OA A i A ro i ao N qtibrofj 1iwY A a t- q r N O y 7 ba to a Q 6 I o bN H ro J a Ai1 it b b 0 HU QItU ro 0 a2 N N yfi f oyr1 0 oW s oS it1 a 1 A N ui u t1 a DN OC2 aEa 0 U JPt b Bd A oa y 8 =QJ g ra ge aa N en 9 a2 Ii igo h it d A qa e 2 w oa 0 t o U J 0 4 8 8 g itu B o bO 0 8 c I 8 o w tM O o0 Ovp v 1 cri 8H g g 9 1t 1t 14 8x 5 a LQ Z Co f4 c3 5 4 G M pt pt 0 0 P4 rfNNE wminwmK r j rf JPr 1 tikii V itjLM j THE HICKMAN COURIERr Ccrr arm KnMi LIt lit Dt = c == =L T BELLE WOBPEEB JOBEXTOS EdlUn ui Frtriurt ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR sr CASH IN ADVANOEII Entered at floe lltekMim Ktntnakr IlOIIlClmee M Kpcenil ehtM watt matter c Friday July 19 1807 The Tyler Controversy The oentroversy which has been Waged In the daily papers of Ten nessee and especially in Memphis has been read with a great deal of interest Some revelations have been made that stirred Memphis society Something over a month ago the Courier printed several hundred circular letters from an original written and signed by H A Tyler to Mrs W A Collier who presided at the Convention of the Daughters of the Confederacy at Columbia Tenn in which he stren uously objected to one Mrs T J Latham a wealthy society lady of Memphis formerly of Dresden Tenn being thrust forward upon all public occasions relative to U D C and U C V affairs charging that Mrs Latham and her husband were disloyal to the South during the Civil Warthat she hid been known to ride in Union parades that ber husband had secured permits from the Union ranks and peddled whiskey and further charged that the statement made by Mrs Latham that she was banished to Canada during the war because she expressed sympathy for the south was false t and at the same time proposes to I furnish ample proof that his charges t are true Gen Tyler has been strongly censured by several Chap 1 ters of the Daughters in Memphis drastic resolutions were adopted by the Sarah Law Chapter charging that he was unworthy to wear theIConfederate Grey Cross of Honor or the name of the U C V He has answered by letters these res olutions but always withholding the proof until the proper time necessaryHethe Grey by hit record during the I war to that of Mr Latham who he C chatgei peddled whisky The controversy has waxed warm and has not ended yet Gen Tyler has not I let the charges drop as was thought by some A committee of Veterans was ap t pointed to investigate the charges I made by Mr Tyler and at the meet- Ing in Memphis last Saturday MrII and Mrs Latham were vindicated I thus leaving Mr Tyler In the poalI lion of having preferred false charges against a woman of the South While he has been condemned by the several Chapters we are compelled to believe that this faction is in the minority and that he is generally commended for his ac tion It is known that practically the whole populace of Hickman and community those who have kept in touch with the controversy are in sympathy with him and belive he is right ZTo one knows better than people of Hickman that Gen Tyler is a straightforward gentleman that he would not be participating in such a controversy if he were not right or had abundant proof to bear him out in his statements and allegations And too the people of this com munity know that this little tribute to him in an editorial in the Nashville American of Tuesday is true and which in the meantime coincides with the opinions of the Courier Judge Henry A Tyler of HickJJ man Ky appears to have stirred MemphisWell I selves i it is not Tylers hiveII If this gallant soldier has un wittingly been led from the the paths ol right and rectitude and got to fooling with womens musses and fusses we are sure it was not the fault of the soldier but the mistake j of the gallant who took the side nearest himas does most gallant men Anyway we are for Tyler right or wrong If he is right the devilI and all his demons much less the men and women of Memphis cannot 1 make him back down If he is wrong no man will be readier to amend than he But we warn our friends In Memphis that they are up against a hot proposlton when they question either the head or the heart of Henry A Tyler of Kentucky Freshest line of groceries In town can be found at Shaw Bet tersworths Hickman College School Board is having the walls of the college building kulsomlned and the interior wood work repainted and other im provements mode this week For Sale or Rent Take a look over our list and get busy They are for a Few Days Only I iNTEREST PAYING INVESTMENTS- No 3 We have a piece of property listed with us for sale that will prove an excellent Investment for anyone The property is within Hickman cor pemte limits corner property 4 lots eachfeet front feet On the lets are four bosses two small residences which are renting at presont for 450 per month each the renter of one of them has boen renting it for nine years past i a business house is on the corner and rents for S per month and adjoin mg the business house isI a residence which roots for 10 This makes- an aggregate rental ol 31 a month The price is astonishingly low and it will pay to investigate if you want to make a safe investment No IWe have to sell best bargain in real eetate you have ewer seen It is a rurburban home on the cor poration line just outside the oily no city taxes to pay The piece of ground is 165 front fort by 2TS feet deep is well fenced has a six room house which could not be built un der any drcurastane for the price asked for the whole property The house iis practically new has brick foundation basement with concrete floor and celled i basic has six rooms finished throughout with the best material place for stoves in every room except one front and back porch cistern at back Soar citywater works oonnection good garden spot and a nice pasture at the rear good barn on promises There is a nice shade in front of the house and it makes a very desirable and pleasant home No4ThIa piece of towaprep arty is for sale only and not for rent t is a tows lot 50x150 feet wilt footed house has three moon and a ball two porches is papered and painted and in good eandUien It- has a good orchard and out houses Cheap for cash 700 IllNo SWe have for sale a three room house sad two town lets in Courleys addition for sale at a very low figure Liberal terms te pur chaser satisfactory limit en time purchase 350 gets it No6We heLve a three room house and 4 lots in Goorleys addl ton cheap and easy terse with satisfactory time purchase 450 NO7We have a three room house in Gourleys addition and 4 town lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase 500 No 8Town lots and land in and near Gulfport Miss en which is guaranteed realization ef IS per cent on investment within year Easy terms No 9 a 9 room brick Hue en town property centrally located 79x99 feet house In good condition out houses orchard 3 cisterns Property well fenced 1750 No 10House with throe rooms porch and hall In East Hickman 6- a month No liPave room house two storyCentrallyborhood For rent for 11 per month Call and ask as about it propertyforHickman Good corner lot 66x9S feet neat little liveroom frame house four rooms below one up stairs Has been built only a short time Out buildings good fence Buyitper month Inside corporate limits No lJAsnap for the man who wants a little home ta West Hick man Anew house three rooms 2 porches out buildings lot 50x10 citytaxNo 14A West Hickman bar gain Nice frame residence two story five rooms lot 100x109 and on corner out buildings living well 30 feet from house No city taxes to pay Everything new and desir able Worth 51000 but 700 cash quickNothing COURIER REALTY CO STRATfliDfrom my farm June 21 one bay pony 3 years old branded on the left hip with a square and B inside of same i one bay mare 3 years old branded on left shoulder with an L and B combined Any one taking them up and will let me know will receive pay for their troubleB F CONDRA Martin Tenn Most men are haplessly bad or else they are awfully lied about Shoot for Medal List ef first weeks handicaps for the medal presented the Hickman Gun Club by Mr Leoompte oCt tie DuPont Powder Co to be shot off in the next four weeks The turn ber of birds opposite their names are to be added to their Ant weirs score i Ira Green 1 i Id White 3 1 H C Barrett 3 31 J F EIPratherDodd SI J J T D1U loa S Bob later 5 W A JShfi eton 6 C B Travis 8 S T Roper SiWC Wilson 6 i S L Doddt 2N R Hoteorabe 3 A M Tyler 3 j Chas Moore 3 1 T Soot JiG L Carpenter 4r Judge Naytor 5 j A A Farts 5 H N CowgHl 8 T H Russell fc I Bob Donnell 8 Dr J M Hubbard Si M B Shaw 6 Dr S K Davidson 6 C L Walker 6 H L Amber 8 Evan rails S Chris Perry Si Henry Helm 8 J T Stephen 4 1 R A Tyler 8 G M Roper JI Tom Dillon jr 8 Every one k cordially mvited to join the dub- SHocnI are requested to be tn hued Rod Wednesday aftomtfji promptly at 2 oeltok A pretoatfoa will be created this for the shOekrs- so that they will not suffer fromlme Notts of the sun Jordan Mrs W T Bomtarant visited In Pulton this week tborasWiN Mag Alexander it spondtog a few days with Union Qty friends Mrs Mary Mayes of Whttcyftk Tenn it visiting at the home oilier son W J Mayes Mrs A Ie MeConneil and daucfc yfromMrs C G MoMurry and Oil dren returned Sunday from a visit with relatives In Clinton apettdsgtheily of Dr H E Prather W T Bondurant left Tuesday to be gone several weeks He Is traveling for the West Kentucky Nur sery Co- Misses Ruth and Dixie Caldwell of the Fremont neighborhood were guests of Miss Annie Carter S tur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs W F Montgomery of HICkman and W T Belvferaat and family spent SuldaywisMrs Amanda MeMurry THE SMILEL- Yat wtMt eesC npfwarae babr Me- anew ea oM 1 wMtv Urea YerfNj ass Ute rrM wee sadlsMw Way sea key iMlIIMa Iel trtS Mee It is step tel dlAaes aesI ye ea ant e mmf LIMIt K eIa tart MNII1o M M Me Mrt K IHMkwttt Okra w HM MlT kly VM ptevfeii Mid r eldsI WevM scot wt rued I reared fce w MM dew I MM III fcattl 1 WMIr Oeaw Vnaae sad b ear col IMe alek 1Mr eta H4llll11t t rw1M- Lis show lac A Ittitx a rime The Union City District Conference which met last week al Rutherford Tenn was very Inter= eetng and many excellent reports were made by the pastors L W Travis C T Arnold S E Haskell and N P Bnllington were elected delegates to Annual Conference R M Metheny and J C Burdick were elected alternates The next session of the district conference will be held at Hkkraan John M Harrison of Union City was Ikea sod to preach John W Hendrlx and R B Freeman were recom mended for admUsioa into the Traveling Connection Plies get quick and certain relief from Dr Sheeps Magic Ointment Pleas note It is made alone for Plies and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind- piles disappear like magic by its ule- Large nickelcapped glass Jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers Sunday School Excursion The various Sunday Schoolsl of Hickman will have a union excursion ana picnic next Thursday July 25th theNspecialtrainoclockThursdayMills or Union City returning at 6 willbecents for children willfurnishAll Sunday School folks are cordially invited Have your bas kets well filled Ask any of the superintendents lor further informal lion CURES CHILLS AND FEVER TezaayaUlurear i lie could not and any thine that would help littr tilt be UMX llerbtne Illi wItowill not keep house without It and tor byUowrlltgDruiHtorInct 10110 FreshFruits i A npooinlty with us Our syrups MO mule from thom in sonHon ServedI in your soda or Htmdiio Mnko n perfectl drink Try so- meRich Chocolate slur ohocolnto syrup is niiulu trout tho highost gnulo ruin purest ohoooliito to bo had by a spooinl prouoaa Its ilolloioug Very dlfluront trout thu uatinl OddNames To Homo of our fnnoy drinks but fchco dcmt toll how good they titsto Very piquant delightful croiilioMfl wall worth trying for n olmngu LittleTots Wt liko thorn nt our win thin Thoy Uka us W servo children wifch oqnnl ooro 08 grown pooplo Wo study how to pluaso them Girls und boys whnts yours e RealOrange ThoraH nn art in milking good ornngo syrup We know how to gbt the full rioh flavoreono of tin bitter part of tho pool al lowed to spoil the tasto Try Golden Orangundo HELM ELLISON Luzelle Last weeks UMM Lee Peyner has keen ipttc sink Breryww far hwKtog watt hence Mrs Georgia Badger agent Ute 4th wkh her sitter at Harrta Tons J W Hwrd was m Mattel last week doing some blachsusWsl g frthe levee MM We are very wry to hear tha- Rev Jackson wilt not prank aa- more at New Rope church He a good mm Crops are locking Hue Year correspondent has about 100 acre beglnnIngs are increasing nicely Aa old fashioned Ash frywas given on No 9 Slough on the 4th Everyone reports a CMC time Music and dancing and lots to eat were the specialties of the day Last Sunday was a great day at New Hope church Two excellent sermons by Rev Jackson and ohlck en and good old country ham at noon Tne writer got his when meal time came around School onSassafrasAnnieDallow thisdistrictpupilsareIll stop your pain tree To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can TrialPackaJeache Tablets Neuralgia Head ache Toothache Period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion situply natural blood prsssurc That Is all WisSold Taxes Taxes All persons will take notice that County and State taxes have been due for some time and the penalty goes on earlier this year than here tofore and must be paid by Novem ber tat or tax warrants will be is suod on the delinquent parties Dv paying now or before the first day of November you will save about SIO as this to the coated the tax warrant You will also lake entice ef the following tecttwt of the Kentucky Statutes hi regard te the dig taxi Sec 7 Ads 106 Any owner or harborer fL deg subject to be taxed who shall fall or refute to list the same with the aeetoeor shall be flnod la any sum not exceeding 10 for eaoh dog he so falls or refvsee to list for taxa tins and any person who shall keep or harbor a dog upon his premise Cr deewhcrt and who fails or re fuew tax thereon when tortlMdue in any sum not encoding 83S for each oHwwc and upttt conviction Ute Judgment may Include an order requiting such deS to be killed which may be executed by soy piece oUcer who shall be- slloweef SI1 therefore to be taxed as costs It shall be the duty of tile sheril and hit deputies and each OMMtaMe lit hit district to kill or cnote lo be killed any dog the owner ot which hat failed or refaced to pay the tax thorns when due and for each dog to killed without the order of a court such s Tew shall be altoe by the local court Arty coots to be pew out td the nf tax fwd For the patpoe of due act Ute tax on dm shay- eonsldotd n due on their day w Marsh N ash year Psaio eva the Sheriff mar cogent such tax at nay time asd to cacti man eel as taxis are how claw m The house St quality Is UN 1M aad ecu Woodland Mills eeteo Miss Usait CufUa this qM Mss JaG Ifafteyel Union CKy e vNMd Ma J A belay ileday bfusos AfeeMk hlloN Lvtfttc bras wilt ntttHii treat a pMasant vtett m Otoanon sWay Will Mate PweeU f KaekHUe VIM bus iNMiii the ttMnH 0C MlM cans and Jennie nvotie for t- past two menths will return home mrsday Mr Jebn XUtfcnl 4M at IUI hems lIeN TPftknwetJP I P W Meet lIRe weeks ale be was knocked of the UMk by the tntto cosa mt his dens We oxtcJMl wt tId sympsy w the lsorsa family YOUR LIVER M ul t siSse Ts a w bud I a- M Matt wad we anin III M4 ttl l- aaaa TIsls eelelest M 1Mlaes ae Jst ie9 M s I-MU wee A 1wMeetlwsel- MIqppas NQy1fM1Mam Ml naN ooilllMmM- r wp1 W na Tole + wnel item IMt1I tlalue to ttq retellM ew p e- aIwoos W I sWk aaM lt IIssr- ooer a r ettoa4am ha0W andt u MM Mae It w MWMJM sN IV III a MMMM MM 0 wMll DHW atarn tae Catholic Church Services Blgh Mass 0ftfY Swwlay moss lee at 10 edwA Veefets am HeeodwttoD t 7JO p m Mass story HMKMlBf at 7Vetook P18oosaitrrtCbM McDermott aMd about 10 pears died Monday andwas buried I TuesdayFwnerat byRegCatholicchurchmember He was a native of Ire land He newer has been married and leaves only a brother Taos UndCharievery resident of Hickman held the esteem of everyone and was liked as well toh7ckmaaOIInltMIathe sympathy of the Courier and the public RUm MAGOT- M Ntkla That MAKES RHEUMATISM GO- 5Ul1AOt tMirilM lo iwet iihehoneaa4 jdnl kju 1 kills Mw MOM M MUMiiMk HU UA OO Cures Rheumatism oM Ij Ie oak bk year mM tar it ut trrlle l0 tu aad pi II Imlll rauu- THE JANES MEDICINE CO Parli Tonn Real Estate For Sale Here are some snapst andall will pay big in terest on the in vestment W l60Acre Farm to the bottom below Illrknua 200 Acres line land n bottom below Hicknun Two Desirable ReiidtncM on the hill One House and Four Lots in East HickmAn House and Lot In West Hickman well located 15 Houses and Lola ra West Hickman Wat sell one or all and a pay ing proposition About 50 Lots In Wot Hiokmnn Itwill pay big to build on these to rent Hlokman i fl8aBllij cola W S ELLISON Mgt I Administrators Notice All pMVOJM bola Uw estate e Ai Vfll die MM th- WJ t l+ Mott ilk ma pro re J1 tlSor 4 evcrhwaei Va Beech Grove 1 Ma WU1wr I J matt Ilaterdly- Mrs W JL Wall W IIsilk HH ten reek hits JellelMa1b w I t UtlkistalthseayW r r Oravot OBMly Ut S KOrtwwwa1 vffle vMU stir t r Ii Ce4e test week lJa r crs art abu YI tholr eripe TIMI daywas musk treed J I Cltc read i In Smith afar fsiaHjr W of 0 attic f4 lam Wear IkaahsmtMills awl sister M- MnefHMtMMwrr O D Cole and acsal1 Dighl W R Cole an sJS Smith left Monday for Miss Selth wll mall r home while Mr tatafter a tear of tIaA ALL THE W Irawltlat MIMed es HOMpeflor ter NM a HptnlH Ulwlire ao l all try It wad yoM rtes atwt 0 a who tiM U4d H IUH nyiag pnwlML I e you If to wet n IMS Suit r of wad IUH W Wv liw nml II wISUl A Card We wish to thank 1ir r Ir and neighbors for rtieIdr lihel Heaven reward thfrn- f1Ds Are you still borro II i at II ier to see a little pif neiitgetting tired of it Ti err IJIIk people who want to r piece that Is In It each rrrs r i l I itI itI itE itJ I J Iit1B ia Iit t i h It ti7t9 t9P t9rP t9l t9r1 l I r r t W i aftGS GScep cep11i1 r f1it IPIS IInIt nItI uJc tOs TEN DAYS 1 ELLISON BROS rWWWUUUM Waist elaborately Walsts225 llsteltMt Sklrt98e 20thaggregation bargains offered the history section shipments Enamelware other special shipments just received for V HOUSE FURNISHINGS FLOOR COVERINGS mens QlKENSWARE TINWARE ENAMELWARE GENERAL MER ACTUAL VALUE cur gunrAntce complete satisfActionAndwe exchange Saturday continues dAysuntil s ALMOST BEYOND BELIEF i Inameled Ware tCHLAIN WARE 10 t1xEsSa1e Prioe SemiPorcelain Ware IN TWO DIFFERENT DECORATIONS Covered Dishes worth 10 Meat Dishes worth 50c Pitchers worth Bowls worth35clOcN Berry Bowls worth Dinner Plates worth scL ups and Saucers worth set of- tBROIDERIES ise IhC In rgIrest taarlfac y4811oidtry 240 140 lOo Sc Sc 40 Sale of- RIBBONS ETC Tremendous soorMce prilM are in all Dross AoeosMrios Rib bony Handkerchiefs Gloves Cor Cellars Belts Cox + bc Hosiery etc etc 35e wide fancy handkfa and 8c value Jo Pure silk gloves blkelbow Igth1 91 25c and 35c neckwear 15c Sic 35c Slc mounted latest combs 25c 100 bags49c SSimmer Snlrt Sale Absolutelv sensational are the prices at which we offer ibis immense assortment of beautiful waists Made In the very latest fashion ot the prtllioat dainty sbeer white tuff ami tastily trimmed in wide em broideries IInsertions awl dainty Val laces All styles open front or back long or sleeves and fancy Walits worth SO 75o3Qc 1110 and 125 white Waists 1 so white Lingerie Waists 98c SO white Lteftrie Waists handsomel85 1 50 hamlsom white Lingerie t wi white Silk Waists 198 50 white Silk Waists 245I100 blank 9Rk Waist 275 SKIRT SALEM so black modal 508 fso black or gr phi ffcmma newest style SklrU 495 SiK handsome Skirts 395 150 and 200 125 black Sateen Mercerised Patlooat 98c of ever in of this of the of und SHOES boys and S it of will take back or refund the money lock July 20th and for 10 July 31st E 7Kt lOc inch lOc 35c IOe alnd 35c lOc 75c lOc C 75c 1Oc Sale of made sets Begs Haitians rlbbcn iCe Ladles 5 belta back Uidles hand short White and 75C J 3 taffeta t I Mens Shirt Sale Ribt now when you need them you can buy then cheap Look IS2 Shirts 50 Soft Pongee and Mohair 100S- S Cream soft shirts rcvontWc collars 15Q 1 50 colt white shirts 100 7f c Silver Mteon shirts QOc- Cluctte 150am 17S shirts 100 Monarch Shirts 100 and 125 val ucs 75c F McK Pine Shirts C5c Fine Dross Shirts 45C Underwear at Bargain Prices Mens and Boys Sale All articles of wearing apparel for mon and boys sold at out prices during this sale New York Camlet Blue Pants 30c MOM 500 Pants 305 II JSO Pantm 275 II 200 Pants 150 Boot grave blue summer pants95c7- Sc blue pants 50c SOc suspenders 40c SOo neckwear 40c 25o linen hdkf2 for 25c J5c fancy hosiery 22c Boys Clothing Rare bargains in boys Knee Pant- Suits and Pants Slashed prices all throughout the line 150 and 200 Suits 08c 275 Suits198 350 Stlltl 245 450 Suit 340 600 Suits 450 100 Blouse Knee Pant75e135 Knee Panta85e75c Knee Pants 45e J5c KneePants 26c Summer Wash Pants10e Hat Sale Very unusual heavy reductions on all mens hats Look at these prices i Jno B Stetson 500 hats 345 200 hats newest Itylesl50-A big assortment of odds arid ends of 250 and 300 choice 150 750 Panamas 595600 Panamas 495 500 Panamas 395 300 Yacht Straws 24 175AYaohl Straws 125 126 Yacht Straws 05c Men Everyday Palmetto 25c wide brim straw hats 15c rsale of muslin V1 EIWEOir Everyone who visits our Muslin Under wear section asks how it is possible to tell the garments at such low prices The prices are materialsTheI samples used by traveling salesmen which are bigdlsoo50 and 60c quality Gowns made of good muslin trimmed with tucks full size30cl- GO Gowns 08c 200 fineGowns handsomely trimmed 125300 Gowns many different designs 198Chemise worth 60 and 75c50e275 Chemise beautiful garments175S- O and 60c Drawers embroidery or lace 30c 100 Drawers OOc 150 and S2 Drawers handsome designs 08c SO and 60c Corset Covers 30c 150 and S2 Covers elaborately trimmed 08c7- 5c Skirts lace irlmmed4ge125 Skirts 75c 150 Skirts 08c 450 handsome white Sklrt2 76 LOOK Best Cauco4eFull size double bedwhite bed Spread6ge yardslong Ladles Hats worth up to 5C choice 150White Parasols worth 250 choice 125 Shoes and Oxfords At Cut Prices 500 Trunks395150 Suit Ceuc95e II Notion Sale Now Iis the time to save money on the little things you need Box black pins leGood thimbles2cGood hooks and eyes card2eGo- od brass pins 4c Adamantine pins paperlcCur- ling irons each 4cNickel plated safety pins 3e Box Wire hair plns 2c Dress shields pair 8e Childrens hose supporters M 8c Good tooth brushes M 5c 25 and 50c stamped Center Pieces and Pillow Top15e2S- cand SOc halrbrushe1ge Dressing Comb3e50 envelopes a ox5eMilw- ard needles 4c lOc Talcum powder4cCol- gate 25c bottle perCume1ge2- 5e mirrors lOc Normandie Rose toilet oap3eBut- termilk soap 3e Glycerine soap 3c Pen and pencil tablet1eGood linen tClblet10ePa-percovered lead pencils2 for 5c Childrens purse with chalnl0eM- etal back dressing comb with 0chain 10e Ladles vests Sc Baby caps 15c 15c linen handkerchiefs lace boa der lOc I ANC OONTXNUmS 10 SAY UNPIL JLrLY 31 II 0 X =3II REMEMBER THE PLACE AT Ellisons Hickman Ky = AII = = =Ja =of tttmm J MONORAIL SYSTEM TO REVOLUTIONIZERAILROAD fe t I May Relegate Steam Locomotives and Heavy Coaches to the Scrap Hedp FINANCIAL GIANTS ARE INTERESTED Men of Millions Stand Roady to Test Practica bility of Scheme of Howard Hansel Tunis Speed of 150 Miles an Hour Is Among Promises Made New Perk1 young mechanical on gtbeor for a HtUe more tbon three year be bem mjtttlfylng aim d amus ing persoMS Hvlng near hto fathers home at Windsor HIM JnM oateWe of Baltimore by his ext with a single tall railroad that he has coo tnictod Recently all tko newspapers In tko city contained tbe authoritative an nouncement that Jehn H Btarta who has made rollltons In transportation enterpptltL Charles Stewart Smith and woodbury Lengdon aH mombeea of the Ra id Transit eommtselun were to lack a company whisk will bulb this young engineers single roll roll road from Jersey thf to Newark Formal announcement of the moor poration of the new mono road con puny Is expected soon to be mode In Trenton aad this It ta onjieunced Ito be followed In the next tour ur five weeks or the announcement of n deal by whkh tke mow eoarmy hai Jquirt I a frnnrhte nod terhtl1 elms id the two rlttfs rigbia presumably 1 owned by nmr extstlag coaeaaay la 1 aide of a year It ta aroaUeMl rips Tall trams will be aMmmlag iserves tho mar treat Jersey Oily to Xw ark realising the a wvet itogaa la modern rapid transit To Xewark In tan niatetea Idea IIs Revolutionary- If what the young ItoHlmere en tines coaMeatly alalmaI far hta mono road be true aud ho has eon tinted such bardbeadedf huiAnaoa men w Stasis IjinauoH and Smith that It II true modern rolkeadlng will be revolutionised by bU Invention 1t will rwiwaatw to the sera heap Ute twotrack railroad Ute poaderoaa coal eating locomotive and the big heavy eight wheeled cant along with the Blag roach and the paddle whekd eteambont IRS new lavnattua If his Claims are well founded ta as far ahead of the keomoUv4rawn train trunnlnc oa two tracks aa the flytag anarhlne U ahead of the balloon That trains will run easily at a apood of 160 miles an bow on a single tall In perfect safety without vtbra Lion and time swinging Mde wise ma Won of Uio present day ralfread traUu and that tracks and eara can be built and operated at less than half the toll of tho present equipment tula In brlot tho young engineers olalm That ho can do what ho says not only believed by practical transpor tation man of 40 yoara experience like John Starlu but by big firm In Wall street wblek has agreed to un derwrite all the bonds required to put through limo Jersey City to Newark monoroad and by scores of others who have Investigated the now plant and are anxious to become financially Interested In It First Practical Test Starting on short half inllo stretch let truck Inside tho exposition grounds at Jamestown tho first practical tost pf tho new road was made In public although for three years tho young mentor Howard Hansel Tunis has been experimenting In tilt suburbs of Vultlmoro Moro than dozen noted engineers swnonff thorn Chief Hngineor George a JWcc of the Rapid Transit commission iMVd Investigated tbo now Invention ad hnyo pronounced practical Jkme them assort that will rev tl4nlxo modern rallrpadln bccauso aK this tromeatfoua rpeed1V which mnkee MNMlbto MIl beoaMSS of UteI vastly 4lmtotohe4 tof btMlhllp and I NewHtottoM are un4er way to ob elm tbe rigbla needed below buthling of the traek eon be kept ami al though eerey toUito64 Mt this point and the precis route wheeled closely guarded understosd that the baekora of the company aw ne gettating lee tranatilie rlshto trod tor nil nl anus already poi t m4 by an existing eerporatton Easy to Lay Tracks AeoortHng to da Interview prtoted in the Newark newnenpers Ute Niikkig of the yew mene mtr lice w4tb UM Mcdea tunnel MeesfblNty Won iMtrowu eaya that would be tatter of tIN greatest ease ran the Lenin tram the monorafT road rtojet Into and through Ute Ma4a tetwltbout latorfSrtng with tile operation of trains over the two nttl Mae AH that would be neoiaearrwmild be UM taytog of stngto rap betweeaUe two antis amt Ute iMrtnUattm ef Use HtMs nary overhead rolls M woifiwe Ute eqalMbrlsna eC tbe aatnjnOr halos thin done to agfettaL MW seMjer eau be earrftd MM TfeWarlc to the Mart of Mukbattan to tie rata tills That he wttttng to eater tote aa orxnailag anrsement with tile mosratl enauuy WlfttoM Me Woo IteM of the taaaet company greeted M saflac This new raanarair system In rented by tIN youag ItaMsiortoa totally 4teereat teem tile vnrtoua Whet niHMa rair ajamlayaa MM af wMh- are yraatlcfcl raUMi la HfHjiaiKi Iretond dermaair and AatriaHan pry and others af wbtoh are staking feetboM eattreijr uaHV Ute yetoex for lawns for whtob rteVsaW 14tiMehsan bsat base BMaMaf tag fraaehtoe between tissue rir Brooalrn and Oaney Island Oa Mr Bears road Ute ears strMUW Mulls triangular rail la Qanaaay the Moaorair stator whtob has Noel successfully oastated taaae rrout whips the ears haul sen4eil In Ireland there ayetem ta eporatton very similar to the Rohr eyetwm I The uag ItolUmera snglneera plan however dlCTors radtoally from I all of these and according to his I I 4E vF i LYJRoan Ij i ii- r 4 r NdlErIvflra an6 wH W4 V6 r7Q11IACl711 tIs to a II a a In a It of It j M It M M h It Is to a U It a to a If to U to to to In g a It to F It MMJ a P a su ta a y ta j c claims safer taator and cheaper by tar to bulhl- Conttructlon Details The single track Is laid across ties about threw and a halt feet In length time same sort of ties used In the construction of the present day two rail tracks except that they are short or Rlxty pound rolls Instead of the standard 100ponm rails are used Overhead 38 Inches apart are sus pended two parallel rails Lrsttapcd on tho Inside These overhead rails are supported by steel Milan placed at Intervals along the side of tho road and connected by steel beams stretched across the track On top of each car at both ends Is atlaobed an Inverted truck This Is raised from the car by a strong steell arm corresponding to a trolley polo and the four wheels attached to tho Inverted truck fit Into limo irshaped Inner surface of tho overhead tracks Tho trucks urn In the form of an X with a wheel at each of the four points of the x The X is flexile opening and closing to accommodate Itself to the curves It Is this warhead truck arrange ment which hIU + the distinctive feature of the invention or for youag nahlmore pas amid mark us treata i dlcrereAee trom the other tttOfKofllTr Inventions Th overhead truck n rsagewent with the four wheel lontally set and working on the fl IIof the overhead tracks steadies ear and gives It Its aqnlllbrtum Pow er te atoa trtutamHled frost these aPj bead wire far Ihe operation of Oft carsOn of the claims made for the Tunis ussmo rill Is that trains sun ning oa It will be MraettraUy notesJosi One reason given for this ta that thtJ gold wheels on top which run In the overhead rails are of rut Iron oak and toatber sad are so coaetruoted as to make bat Mttto notoe TIter tip hay haUbsarlajg and this maims ftH- NMsjeMlaF speed U dhiee The lulig- wheels are oily eegbt laebea In- 1gasMer and toss than twa hIeMI- Ude1C AMtber flame of the Mr whkb eaatrlhwtea M IU neiesiwasas Is the use of the direct entreat ureter Kaglaeer Tools etolme that the 37- proper ajreteta of railroad eos tfuO lion Is the sfagto track boonso the lable treks are ta opposition ta tttft laws of gravity sad make auctsemry eauaelsasly Meaty oars In his care Touts oxatolaa tbe bet leas will be hut W laabea above Ut- eran said items the omtor ef gravlyr wiN be vary low The earn will have an alnMt perfect oajalllbrlaai even IEmAt4L EtfH1iEJ- IlBOV R3- UQiWCERAILROAD Ithout being steadied by the ever ItMtI arraageaeat Car Will De Light Theft tM oars are to be extreateky lIPII roRtaarat wh modern reM rer HUMUbar element eaatrtaut lag to huh speed They nut sot wesgh over Sava a tame IU ht here In the twe Relate Jket fernd to ta the treat admatata claimed by the bMKaysaf Hstolaesr Tuatos sjrieia Iff IrSrrewj la de erIMng lu advaalafioa MM that on sheers had load rBgnIied Ihe fact that tbe treat aprawllffg ear of MM W et with their Immense woinht Sr theoUeUy wrung TfeMO MK heavy ears are la event hom MK open WnCwS 119 MMH Than wheels are ittateil lour tent tlght and M ltaU Inches apart with Use tester of gravity between tIThe Ira sad groatwat essential to the- where system hi that the ears most be- heavy In ordw to rMMln OH the make litre then ta the wlwto key- to railroad laonioleHor that IIB a aya em whose only excises for being le- the aWHty to make speed the prim inal reqMtetto should IHt gr at weight Ila short laving to erareaAe tt4- UoR they start out by making It Iw poetkll It renuTraa IM great nnHiaa oal ability to USoo er that a Mftrall track Ila greatly Hliwrivr to a 111track It ORe posh no farther than to see UJM one whwl wW wUr late bnW Ute alhetscise to evnstws that two have Economy In Operation HUM another claim for tie monorail trains la that they MM be operated very mnch cheaper became ef UM economy In power It It roaotbl to roallze According to railroad mn from IS to 30 per cent of the tewer used to operate trace Ila lost IIn the sidowleo awtaHlng motion of can Tho Tunis monorail trnlta It lid glared have a BtrnlRht ahead mottos without any nldeawlnR Nothing which over moved on wheels can equal the graced elalmed for the Tunis mono rail trains ORe hundred miles an hour la an May mat tor and the oars can ho peaked to 110 miles without any dlRleully And whllo the oars are going at this speed- It la claimed tat time motion la ao gentle that las engurs are barely awaro of thr met that they are mov log Tho ioriy swinging motion of twornl train laI idoclarcd to be eu truly absent Alf It nil this wcro not enough to the collpsa of the present r railroad ooniiruetlon and u the moiKKffir as pre em tM IMf tteaendeua ad o ta tfctttlW and this N the important of nlllho matter of 1 + t I of the MIlt ofn i10 Uta haaM lilt1 eINq wIHI It It h what l- arlld AN It UttOlltttta Io rovelu tit e ralhad eatwtraoUeu Meees Imitienie Savings rlNlcg Is the eatiwalea mete for iimre New York baaktm ef the fouMraok utorolad lineI r t n l II It It prepaUtl U bold be I M Jersey City 084 ffowark anti i intruded for ffeUwO put wlto To mild A foariraak aJeYateH read eu IAr to the preeaat etoratotl ayateni in I city would tart fftMWO MW mice This aaea MM IttdtMto the eat of I ewer or ee p seat ealy the It i cure sad tracks I catchIf To iiiiWJ the or4tary tape at etorato r ad with tear tracks wosslii oat W- In ITMtWt MMl tltltCtt It Ila his cbeaMtees of coal which In 11lie the backer of u Mtrprlse to hey UMU they will reap treawH dou pratU mid that tbe MMMM of Ihio initial road between in two Jer M I cities Will be followed qeJrkJy Ur the hnlMtmt 1 riMfar roads all over the United holes TM veihead IrIefMuch Interest Aroused Hw seMw latest In aosrsdlI raNrwHto la to sh was by UM het that Mtewtex the as ienui ust fit Ute pleas to basal the New Jersey lien Ufo pnsaot n of Ib oimpey have been kisItIId wtlll Iatilhies her per aaaa who want to Iatra4ae UM sslam In atber pine tics tomrtrei woe a eaeitaMat who hash tbe aaa eesatoa for a 4otau railroad IIn South America touch of the route or whisk raaa thrnngb laaeeteelbU rout try TIM Tools atana rair ta w aaataUy n4aa4e4 for aaa to a rough aawitry burnaae of the tact that the HakAaesa of the ears taken It poMibto 18 operate the trains aa almost army reasonable grade Ta all these Inquirers tbe promo ten say they have replied that they are not la tbe Held for the axHtolta tlen of the now system or even for money raking Mr Htarln the leader In the enterprise has announced that Ids object to net to make money se much as to put late praatleal use an Invention which he believes to be tho earning railroad system of the future No Stock te De Sold Ills hope to have a railroad which will carry people fraw tbta elly to Newark la almost an inappreciable exampletoReed treatment of employee It Is an nounced that no stock of the sow com pity ta to be put on the market and tojtUIban Issue of bomto at the fight time A bIg Wall street firm has already agreed to underwrite them Expert System to De Popular That they ultimately expect their svSUim to be widely Introduced the promoter of the now read do ROt at tempt to conceal This they expect will spfeKllly follow a practical demon stration of its Bueeese Howard Hansel Tunis the young Inventor of the system IIs at James tewp whore he IB superintending the running of trains over the experi mental half mile track Tunls wanted ialdthsiNortvIfjjosltlwmiinttgcmont Dod lie wte if ff tmlr i tsJo I V BEHEAnOAL IIN A CAR i Proftttlonal Entertainer Was Almost Too Successful The other night coming home la the ear said the professional enter tamer 1 began to wonder It I could bring tears to my own eyes ai 1 do to the eyes of the other people I tried 1 thought of all the wrongs I had committed and felt sorry for pea ptl1 had wronged I thought of all the mistakes 1 had made that other people bad profiled by and pretty mod the tears began to gather In my eland roll down my cheeks 1 forgot there were other peon In the OAr wile might notice me Soon a women meet up from aerees the oar sad came la me I tee sir said she tbat you are ta soave trwabto Can I da anything te help Tear Lori West yen Be madam I toW her bad wtplag away ay tears I am n peatMttonsl oalortoUer and was proaUetag ea Myself Thats all The Pcyehotogloal Moment The rut that 1rtoM was closeted with tbe adjaeter 414 net prevent Cas sandra treat dropping la to say that she bad laW Mm lent hew It would be Site waa ass 1 saved murmured billtbllaSay aa mere teethed Ute other will tall the toM total and It I eouM make K any were than that out man Id de II under the olrounMlaaees This toeateat shows the value of a word speken at the right Umleek Accounted for Among Ute racy stories told ef the- Se luck p age Lord Yewig Is one as IWIDjbwLLord Weleair bad been returned by n matortiy of three votes later a ear media made Ute majority Mt tad gave the nausea ef two lords ef sea sea who had riled tor Ute suaftaeful e n4l4ene lad YeHMg thettuptn re N 1ie4 That aaoNDts for the two ejfhers Earned Nis Tip The sorter ta the barter shop bad lust fteitobei Mllefctoc to loony mesa SCMHM wsjeei the Mtrir MM JelMu rut Mt a ejMMtoty end need yur Mtvtoex Win ym Mss M give ma year dodstlam wamsiag rsireiar- aeenolsr tier Joew tMtot tans a hair what flY that saeatM Tea uala he reviled mutely inas IPMMIolral agtoiMT eah Parental Advt- oPalber I Mat iktoJitog ef getting raarrtenV AN right ay lea hat reer Hf that vivo to nil T rythtog take sire to HINt a wife rah will sul Otyew to the style to wWi yen have a ways been aeeuttounO er you run the risk of being very unhappy and ma be of having to ge ta wok younetf Jumper I Wilt to took at semi of your Jumper said the workman entering tile department store Treg department Math floor curter Mle M replied Ute fleerwalker tap ping his teeth wttb his pM4l Yonkers a ate man His Wit Twi neednt teaks say excuses Jobs Its aN right you re Just In time te walk tbt baby for aa lour or twoTusk Tie worst future tonesI lot I lost tetttIt Gtwran I DONr SIIAKfT1r traI a- eltita Is yrMiRichs Tasteless Chill Tonic It Iw r I E It teeters 1 4 pN4 CM t ar t 1 tljwary r11et u SPURLOCKNFALCOI I- JfJlI111Ul l L UI I Hooper slotterCuieus t e a y- I t l I 1I aIt 4I l I J- e r i- b Ii W 1- Ina e ma r q- enre te HOOPER MEDICINE CDCa u Tun DAISY FLYKILLS t t r ennG r w- is xa 1 t l1Oaw tea aa UK KV CAPO DINE IItxKUht Me Crt enPPY BabY Every Meal a Feast Not only a feast but actual nourishment If tho babys stomach is not right each meal only adds to the burden Make sure that your baby enjoys and profits by its food by keeping its stomach in condition with Dr McGees Baby Elixir Rggofaims the Slomaoh and Bowels oorrmetst Sour Stomach auras Dtor rhcBa and Summer QmjilaM The teething period is dangerous Baby Elixir will take your baby through in perfect safety Pleasant to take mwttalns no poteens opium or laudanum At your druggists 25 and 50c a bottle Be sure and get the genuine MAYFIELD MEDICINE MANUFACTURING CO tNoIIIrptlcI ST LOUIS MO i ry 8 8i 8Q 4i1 4a i1nw nw- i nwh nwM t nwt i WHY SHE WAS THANKFUL ApproveLltIMathtr f rra wallKnown1 New r e Ir turrlea8ho baa- os raUy IMttt4 bfall the bjeet to fQuchadvlce- I I m Of tntaflajt the littti I V 1timei wearlM which IAaretain occasion made qto the iflltqwjnr reply llIJptrnt you were ray t have yW da thus and Vero70UC11 uW4 so err I a rot made a similar re- cal f e I ir ttewobt It hUh time VT own fMllnci Rut I a I Nil always boon ao- vtrG tpa married the sister tr ThlHr 18 A REASON M a Time Enplalns Why TAI C kps PW Medicines iit TtaM 1 fir April In a rraakjMM explains the I sat ak s4alflr s to Mpat a wMok aw taken withr uer la tho toll w1nlJ r nUt repeat hero the- eM to UM effeet tintt n I oWNS has been as at tmKaJaes In the Keoosx te nit o every c the MNtrr a yearly- la tfce aloe ef seek r p talk of tova ef tw sU e MallM sad 1 Cowaov IfcrU ftwVMPVwv s Ie tr that scab bm rise plate to boesety e orHy aUei that tile r 4 to IMMtf moil aheat tMMM 1 I la n 011 tat takloc the k ngwosM aorteot they utlsy et WMMetaMy caiiMai Jar haiae tnedl1 r t if efcoiera feoi ei L itetaes wean 11Mb aa L for 1M HUM perked r rpraleslq itllIMr- I r rived lit aJtawiag aa r of tMM tti Nth of- tt rtetMM In the UaUed t itowtK1 a IrfM t I o1ISS ta Ii be 4lfU uoe IPti1po the IIa I IhhAaedIt s 1 r r 1 OF A GCNTLtMAN t YH babdy WIll Ohanfls idea- cwse ef Time a map bay sa thU tawa u awe Aaseieaa the I lawyer r SI ZtIIa vhal r artiKaiaay Oae day- dI 19sr wllMi Tcfep tie- tt atls IhOSBSSlI k I YetI sjoTis 1 1de trbB Ir I i wdl tot M 0 I8IeI IMwM f w f 1 rnrn rfthr yea 9 lil teje such r i tw fMm shlesti- ribga ttatTgWa do r b In r Minting Item I a need lusgcL1gzlWlndrr doom HM t with theK of the pftftcn and even tt inmiaI tram the law ef ffCIkIIII UM Me ef emerald IeadaKilIprhavecOartafa it IIs K rttik Wllsaaf ar tft pine t sadtnot UM whale wm of rtr fer jiaUenfor a- ar J roiede Amtel r N of Artesian Well It thS tele ef hew elans- tr a lasatki pan II to tower ofaan4 taN eloctrlaaity nz tmrmt the bttttla The appearttic aa awwat naiiea t1Ivor sow It III qett lOr1 ir TM dlaraotar ett 110ruv- gad Dsappolnlmeme LA klnccU f it adgwn4own a oMo ot mop1In Inquired of tho lady t JJi talt hero tho Woman itdl the lady 4 t tip rimed tlu countryman I iIIIiaMrMlM ilke to Imp saykodyI1J4LfpJi05 t J r rartkuaars Wanted I cheerrt rtoa iMenlly that he t the lather et triplets iartloNlnr aatUfuitlen wllajly queried 1 r atr ttcpTopgrten BO onj dont 11 jxwse Ono boy whit Lysekelcbyilhaw DESSERT FOR HOT nAYS Puddings That Are Particularly Web some In Hot Vleather 1Hdlliia tnatlohh androodbittnrorangepeddinga rlMrJttllI ftplnohIntotllo tartItl JltlleUhto orangesforlit late thin JoeL Lay tho slices prettllf over the top lAd place on lee la IhU way the heat does not drew mt the oraaiesIlroadI be UdcUnlJoldtlnlOceLherwttheutagin are plo ur IH rammer far In winter It would not be an e aemloal way ta ute the bread One may find many recipes with alight varlatlena but the tMual1 anwtiaU are tho yolks of four CWJB to a pint of bread emmlM one quart of milk the rind of a lemon pealed and one oupfHl el MNiar TMs HManl ta baked TileD U ts spread with eMber etawherry or raoplnrry Ian or nrraai idly Toe whine of the real are beaten sugarhlbees irtUwl UM fad only beat used waDTldI whoa ooM Whoa rea4y aorro urea wish K SOMM reoo M oall tar lea sea Ix ta the nukes and otbejra wg sMt atooMr keatisiiK ap Ute beateo wliMoa of lisa oj0a aM arrtgliig a iar ovwr the s Just Mire rt mlnK la the ohs N osrk the atsrt Nse THE PORCH IN SUMMER CutMens gad PMevvs That Make for Real Oemfert For porok teroliMHa sad tar the HMMHor gash atiaatt ttera Is iioiMstc smarter lliaii liag steins or swMce pUIsws of tfawn Laird wish UM WU MsMt MsaMdil iHoeavtal of BBM spas aot ton kswwM M uMMlfM Joat why UM Bast Indtaa WMM HKI M IM av 4te4 to a HMUrtal NMMM ta tM Woat iaxIlM K wo M aw here to mr A deep gars erasd trite pMd s bars a tIUIft Moe or deepest also nasal M bMr d wttti wMto or yef k w AMWr tostoe a gtowtac yMJsw JNbo UM yolk of ao ogi err ootoMojod wttt 4oea oot awrloo Moa or a hat MM hwwm Tko aloloait arraaamnut la attortr wdHw that of UM KIMUrtaaia aojs always More vtoM Ila eel ertgrhsw Nssnlas eki trails a haHwrotMl alts bas lsg to UM see el tile 1IIer1- I It err that UM ssrar of yourI tckla glow tsrlss Sods M ssstaM- wIW 1 bs miuud as rsksp Mho ko4 a wtacs TlMoo are ego Iy tad Uto4 frosa tbe ttaktly psOM kawti with wMok UM oM4taM NYiM- MIsalMlsd 1 tie ttsetr essekdssd tsslssHew te Launder KereMcfi- Wo wacMttc oao4k rrliMfa put a Msall asooHai oac fnatalatog a little rrawMot ta UM w irr Ila whMi UMJT are edict TUa will gtre hiss a total bill ageealit eeest sakes leased If borax la aeoml to tlM rlas water It wlIl 1ve the sheer haa4horeMWa a Mtile bMy without aMM theca klyrY O tYIMp Iliad with tatck- Tooa Wen trwslas UM ha 4lMraMa aa OMntani pteo M to Md all torn or rano4 OMO ta a UtrweonMrw akape while thus tkat are la porfeot soma UM may M haled osjoare If On o milM re of UM bMMeaioW see wart IW etantlaaan of the oKTorenl skapM they wIN oftoa W saved rest the wksrvass eat of opalIMC up a raomt WawlkoreWef whisk war ap rarwotly Wpeelable whoa neatly- folded rOral Jambalaya Throw Nve erake kilo kofltac salted water and MIl soul UM akeUa tHrh red Tako teem Wo Se eoeI than pick UM treat froM UM shall Put it- tAbhtgoerAsl lard or pork aHppCw ta a dorp pot law IrsI pot Ila beet add a larav oolm cooopsJ Rae Ven browiMrt AiM a taMoap0wifHl float alat M sees as browsed and MOMlll a ewptoll towMo XVaoa tklekeanaJ aad sMooth add throe ptiHa boiling walor or tat Nock salt then a rupfHl rice hell mill the rite la done stirring fronaMtly i saga with sat iM pbr IttfMy selry silk laU add the stab moat eooV ton or 16 mlau M and MMe Chllfonade Salad Tide U an asDollent way tgnlo up vegetable lofloVora Uai for your toundfttIO arbbdtuf crisp whits lettuce hoart leaves On qBtHjufrto of the salad dlih or platlur arrange a mound of ooM atrlHK bas en another qtmn ler have tomalooa cut In swell dtokt and anions chopped flne en a third quartor arraaife obis aepamffva tips ahrt on the Urtt OfIN Blots with chopped white of on sad yolks pruned thrao h a voretaole prose our Preach drMatac over all mix the vogeUblos toajrthw before ten Ins and tile ears to Imt alt leu oold Inexpensive Tumiver- At a ralo the otahraUory on hem atltehed howlkwroWeli te mach finer his that oa the larnovera oae bun n tho morHH Whoa these bandkor- BhJofs became worn la the middle rut out tho four nldea sow Narrow bands OH and you will have for pretty turn yrs ltetelally laI this true whur you LSVa f ito Hhon hffnnrsrohlofa WHERE DOCTORS FAILED Ail theCapltll SAlemOreonnay disease and rheumatism laid mo up off and on for ten years Awful pains started from the kidneys and coursed down through my limbs I sought the bOlt medical treatment but In rain sod when I began using PillsIsufferingandIeeplesand after taking three boxes felt bet ter than I had for 15 years The ef toots hare been lasting borEosterMtlburn MADE A NEW FASHION Good Joke Played In Old Days sa WouldDs Fashionable Old Caaiden In his nemalas toUt a goad storyof a trick played by a knight upon a would be fashloaable shoemaker Sir Iblllp Cal hrap pursed Jehn Dmkes the shoeataker HenryviiipcepU hive IP be of tko gentlemens eat Ibis knight boaibt aa mush flne Kronen Uwny cloth as should make him a gown and seat It to tko tatters ta be made John Drakes a shoe maker coming ta this tailors tad see leg the knight gown cloth lying there bid the tailor buy cloth of tho came price and pattern aad make It et the same fashion as the kalgbls Not wag after the knight oemlag In to tho taller te be measured for his goTTO and pereelvlag the like cloth lying there asked whose It was John Drakea the shoemaker who will have It wade ef tko selfsame fashion that yours Is nude otTbeo nah mine as foil of cuts as the shears wilt make Itt Jehn Drakes had M time te go tar his gown till Christmas day when he Meant to wear II Perceiving the same to be tan of cots he began to swear at the taller I have done naught hat what you bW me H teeth the taller for as Sir Philip CaKhropa garment Is even se have I made yoursM By my latehetr quoth Jobs Drakes 1 will never wear gee lemeo fashions againl =Leads T Ps Weekly ALMOST A SOLID SORE Skin Discus from Birth Fortune Spent on Her Without Benefll Curtd Her with Cutlcura 1 have a oousln In noeklngbam Co who ease lad a skin disease from her birth until she was six years of age Her father bedpost a tortuRe oa her la get her oared and none of the treat meets 4U her aay good Old Dr suggested that ho try the CtUleura Reate4les which be did When ho com tae to UM II the ohIM was almost a solid scab lie had used It about two mealhs sad tho child was well I voidM hardly believe she was the same ohlld Herakln was as soft as a babys wUheut a tear on It I have not seen her la seveattcn years out I have beard trait her and the last Urns I heard she was well Mrs W P logic Durllogten N c June 16 13MH The Royal Road POUJIbewDe Pesoy Noo cant say woe Published a popular novel per bapsr NoAh then you have written a play I have always held that play writing while net tho highest form of art was nevertheless I have written no play You baveatT Where did these fine clothes come from How did you pay tor that handsome turnout 1 have abandoned literature and am peddling olarnrN Y Weekly The Terrible Mafia Neither the Naples Camorra the Paris Apaches nor the Illaok Hand of America IIs the most powerful and ter rible secret society In tho whole world In suite of the harrowing details of their ghastly work The palm must no to tho Malta which flourishes In Italy and has done so for more than 300 years This society which works so swiftly and silently yet se surely was founded In Sicily tor pro tcclton against the Injustice of foreign rulers London P T O How to Degln Twice a week apply Barry Trlcopher OUt to your scalp Keep up this treat moot for six weeks Longer thicker hair will bo tho result It grows hair that will wear 60 cents per bottle nt your dnigglnt8 or by mall postpaid Barclay ft Co 45 Stone Street N Y Years may come and years may go but tho UntO will never arrive whoa a man will sit up and patch his wiles clothes after she Iis asleep In bed It takes almost as any tailors to mako a nan aa It ta i a collectors to Induce him to pay for the Job One Point of View It sea the desire of a teacher In a near school to Impress upon the derltelloflearnlagday m closing a brilliant discourse oa washIngtnathe said to one little toy who ballad dearly heard not a word of her talk Now itastus give the name ot the greatest negrof The answer was surprisingly forth coming Joe Cans EyesGel Leonard 01lln Eye 1etten cures them without pm m ene day It strengthens weak omworked rye Cooling healing In teendieUumntrrd or money refunded Druggist tell it at 33 eta or ferwtnled pre LonsrdihPresident Jordan to Lecture President Jordan of Stanford uni versity Cal lion his way to Aus balls and Now Zealand where he will lecture before tho colleges of the Antipodes on the American university system Yllnans5ee I NttYouIJINerve ltnturr tlnoI far Free UI KlanLdPa Was a Kicker Qeraldlao What do you think of paGeraldHe has good terminal facil ities n carIt tsrueaslpwenwLafwe beta It Isnt dif leutt to size the average man up but women are built ao queer- lyI it IIs Impossible to get their actual measure TIRED AND SICK YET MUST WORK Man may work from sun toann but womans work is never done In order to keep the home neat and pretty the children well dressed and tidy women overdo and often suffer in silence drifting along from bsrd to worse knowing well that- they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which dally make life a burden Lydiagmade from native roots and herbs I I I ate h l l 1 PtR UxSttic lromotcs ness fish JlrylrslAV ApoftfI s lion Sour ness LOSS OFSctO1 of NEW Exact canes M to w hen the spin sake there are dragging down pains nervousness and reluetanee to anywhere these ore only symptoms which unless heeded soon followed by the worst forms of Female Vegetable Compound keeps the feminine organism inn strong and Itcnrea I Ulceration and organic trouble fur chUdbirth and to carry women safely j Life it II most eClaienU ti Mrs Augustus Lyon of East Earl Pa writes Dear Mra pink ham Fora long time I suffered from female troubles and had kinds of aohet and pains In the lower part of back and idea I could not sleep suit had no Since taking Lydia K Plnkhama Vegetable Compound and following the advice which you me I feel Ilka a now vromau and I cannot praise your medicine too hlghlIMrs to I Women suffering from form of female weakness are Invited to write Mrs at Lynn Mau Out of her vast volume of ex perience she probably has the rcrr that will help your cue Her advice Is free and always helpful I I u WMwN-A N KF 1g028 2186 ISMaT LL u SICK HEADACHE CARTERS I Trey I A It urlallr Cliti and al once 50e IIt7 Bfv In n T Poslll vely cared by y these Little I nt7 slio t i Xtlae A perfect remedy toe Dluiorai NuMS Dad i nth TOnrln utx0 I SMALL rtculal PILL the lLDISrSYAllft CARTERS eLf Genuine Must Dear REFUSE PositiveCURE absabed rrn ldlgeuoa TutetatbeuoutrCcaad I Proving the Point woman ought to net credit for bring Just ax logical and ready to give a reason aa a man lie WhyT- Bht Oh because It Cures While You Walk torhotsahingfretrtanysubaldutehialpseksgeFltEKAddress Many a woman averages things up by figuring that htr 2S bonnet and her iz average J15 each ee aiS rtr i lENT A1lflalfePrfwallon6f fin sfmlbll111I1r sindlluiid DignlionfMntrl OjiilmtHorphirei NOT NARCOTIC i itJItemfdy for COB flea jCoHwMHuJewrisk and ncSunk Sijnawt YORK uarantt td w+ Copy of Wrapper KItUalccplessnesa po an Complaint Lydia E Pinkhams healthy condition displacements In- prepsrln4 throughtheCbango- of all appetite gave Pinkhams Invitation any Tlnkhani MT lid I tiler 111111 oar U o r tr 114 I DBFIANCK IB aUPKRIOS QUALITY t MONEY trtaruael soQaa34KA A3CItYN0 MrsrrtU31twnii GLEiVER CATARRHElys 1111I l Drowtiatu FacSirallo Signature SUISTITUTES SheA I husbands i sio1ALt- ojIUF3 I RntJConUlai rtiwI StomxhlflM Worms Inflammation knowledge OEFMMCE STIICII CURLD4aaa itchSnlranUOktl1uJderuta perfct PURELY VEGETABE CASTORIA For Infante and Ohlldrca The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof I In USB For Over Thirty Years h CASTORIA uammmmmmemmmmmmmmmm = SmNDARD6PTffiSOimiI QW HOGLESS drtllRDrUSGOVBGNMENTINSPECTrON 1 SmrrnB2HcorroHOIICO NtX1b1SAl 1tiVbA11A5t- th80Clf1YSrrarrarnrr LIVE STOCK AND- HISCELLAJiEOVa Electrotypes GREAT VARIETY SALK AT LOWIST BY AJKILLOCC NEWSPAPDCO- n Shot CHICAGO DEFIANCE CilWaftrSfirafework pUatura 1001 leamuss SKIN DISEASESHUMORS INT THE BLOOD When the blood Is pure fresh and healthy the skin will be soft raoottl and free from blemishes but When some acid humor takes root in the circa lation presence Is manifested by akin eruption or disease Th M humors get into the blood Generally because of An inactive or IItugglak condition of the members of the body whose duty it is to collect and carry off the waste and refuse matterof theaystem This unhealthy matter is left to sour and ferment and soon the circulation becomes charged with the add poison The blood begins to throw the humors and adds ttjxnigh the pores and glands of the skin producing Eczema Acne Tetter Psoriasis Salt Rheum and skin eruptions of various kinds Eczema appears usually with alight redness of tile skin followed by pustules from which there flows sticky fluid that dries and forms crust and the itching is intense It Is generally on the btc breast face arms and legs though other parts of the body may be affcctcl In Teller the skin dries cracks and bleeds I the acid in the blood dries up the natural oils or the skin which ore intended to keep it soft and pliant causing dry feverish condition and giving it hud leathery appearance Acne makes its appearance on the lace in the X auaore with EesemafoT forty roar and could Unit nothtnv to cure xno until 1 trtod 8 8 X form from which there flowed a would on n scratched off the skin waBloftai raw as a plee of beG X sail red irony In the lone Tears I wan niofod but any return ot the tr91bll Ou JJYAJTS too kman Nb SeSeSe 1I0oI to 1 e a r r s W FOn TH8 PRICES Uso UucdT7 a pkc c iU a off ft a a a a B come torn 01 pimp ce and black beads while Psoriasis comes in scaly patches on differ ent parts of the body One of the worst forms of skin trouble is Salt Rheum f its favorite point of attack is the scalp sometimes causing baldness Foison Oak and Ivy are also disagreeable typo of skin disease The humor producing the trouble tics dormant in the blood through that Winter to break out and torment the sufferer witlt the return of Spring The best treatment for all skin diseases Is S S S- It neutralizes the acids and removes UM humors so that the skin Instead of being irritated and diseased is nourished by a supply of fresh healthy blood External applications of salves washes lotions etc while they soothe tho itching skin affections can never cure the trouble because they do not reach the blood li S S goes down Into the clrculaUata and forces out every particle of foreign matter and restores the blood to its 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Kentucky JJ Cashs Book Store Hpleiilil Selection Now Books- Stationory Post Cards Notions Sto Evotyhint liMiryyy- B T DAVIS ttovnei at nw Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford fit Randles store- HICKMAN KKMTUCKY Have You- a BOlJIIXND HIM TO Sf YinOBnfs College I Cape Girardeau Mo ir C1T Write for a catalogue carirrs unr sari Laa I TNI MAUT1POL UMOK If you love love tare It you I bate hate lose Life ItI too short to spend in hating any one Vkywar against a mortal who is going the same rood with us Why tOt ex pand the flower of life and happiness by learning to love by teaching those who are near and dear the beautiful loason Your hand maybe hard but your heart need not be Your town may be bent or ugly but do you not know that the most beautiful flowers grow in the most rugged unsheltered place The palace for care the cottage for love Not that there k no love Iin a mao sion i but somehow if we were not very careful business will crowd all beBrIjnilmay Ileave business and have a little heart cleaning KBCIK JOlt BUMfM Go out uodejth bright stall rlisten to the songs of the happy buds the snout of Use onctng brooks see hew the MftHght gferMUe hill and meadowland and onset shimmering down through uncounted forest leaves these mellow golden rimmer days Turn your tacea from the thronged towns and cities forget a little while buoy care and let your soul thrill and glow under the wondrous touch of divine bar mooy that fllls all nature The pad truth Menu ever calling to an enjoy ment of the all true and the all beautiful Morning after morning we know the rilte clap their bards for Joy away oil in the greenwood aril the hearts of the tRY bird thrill again and again bemuse they ate glad And we have so much taws to make us happy than they hues to many hopes and loves that bird hearts never know How con vs pup and down toe highways with sad couotonanoos when the whole earth seems so happy It etas Wingratitude to God to tIo so And I inourbring sued sunlight to other hearts I I KICK wrmouT MOtttr Many a man it rub without ms ry Thousands of than with tteth htg in their pockets and thousands without even a pocket are rids man born with a good sound coo sUtutkM a good stomach a good heart std good Itheirs cwt a pretty good b LdpUce is rich hoes are hotter than gold touch muscles than silver and nerves that evcrTflDitoaland It is better than loaded estate to have had the right kind of a father and mother Good breeds std bad breeds exist among non aa really as among cattle and horses Sducalion may do much to cheek evil tendencies or to develop good one but It is a good thing to Inherit the tight proportion of facuUlos to start with That man is rich who has a savor of wit and fun in hi composition The hardest lbloR to get along with in this life is a mans own self Across selfleh fellow a desponding and complaining fellow a timid careburdened men these are all deformed en the inside Their feet may not limp but their thoughts do A man of fortune R the brink of the grave would gladl part with every dollar to obtain longer lease of life SWIFT BTROCTKK We have sat upon the sea shore and waited for is gradual approach ot and have seen its dancing waves and white surf and admired that He who measured it with His hand ha it life and motion i and w- ngered till its gentle waters ere into mighty billows and had well tootingSoheedleercurious spirit upon sweet mot and gentle approaches of inviting pleasures and sins till they have detained their eyes and imprisoned seeptoTRUTH OF SCIBHCK If you will look into the early life l masifealmoslInvariablyIin the days of their youth In early life the brain though abounding in susceptiblea degree that a brief moderate indul gence in vicious pleasures appears to lower the tone and impair both the delicacy and efficiency of the brain preachingbaysI I science THAT SWEET SONO The secret longing of nearly al who are wanderers or whose abiding 1I My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop tailing and mill grow long and heavy Aycrs Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair rood you can buy It Rives new life to the hair bulbs You save what halt you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean ad healthy Tti I t v m lftmitiBMMlal Bull t w r aq we- stkIrJA J 1 r Ioen tAtIT r = place is temporarily among strang ers is exproaotd in the words of that tOM Nut Write me a totter fin- ehosnehe one tiling that the heart needs U a word from those around the old hearthatone Be peciaUy is this so in the ears of Joung sun No boy guns out from tlM lints Circle without setae of tae For a time at inset the motherly presence is sadly missel the sisterly scuc wntmly giber n ed Theo if the mothers kttrt roach bite ofton filled with aH that a seethes most eloquently expresses Ilove bopefulnoH and prayer he is nisi surrounded by a holy tefluenrf If the sitter writes frsqusoUyI manifesting her pure affection m our h ways as her heart naturally prompt be can hardly run into ahemAnd ifj dom epistles seta seldom what then 1 The loa in the young mans life must be mode up He tads hn leisure hour dull and they muat be enlivened There te no toll for Iona heatt lull letters In rows for shoals oust- a The rrenmgi be sight five noMg those he speeds in amur HMMU of doubtful character Want g the tenderness of womans love it 1a not strange if be falls a victim to wicked wiles So he forsakes his bother ttiE and takes to his boson pleasures that sting him to dents And ire long he beoamaa a thing fur the mother and sister to weep over sad his promising young tile fade Aout in darkness A sad picture this of course But it is only a sad u1rmatti00every great sky in the vary kvweot depths of degradation whom the prayerfully hj ohaveofr others just taking their first I saIin vice who may be brought back purity by loving words from mothers sisters or sweethearts Until a man becomei thoroughly vicious the that of a pure womans lore will do much to restrain him from iniquity If that love grows oaroleM of him he TbtaekI of this you who have wont broths tralcraRra sacred duty and gyre them frequent miosivM heat home freighted with lore and accompanied by earnest prayer Peanutsa at HowsYour LiverwIt win py you to tales ceo ors of OWUntyeahsortstofuyou pair dizzy tick at the tteaach tfvis you stomach ache headache militia eU Wes liver keeps well yourtyour There fIs only one ale certain uA reliable liver BeJIdne and that l- sBedfords BlackDraught wonderfultttitaDlethutanclbyfntoday the favorite Uver medicine In the worli kidaysIt era constipation relieves oser- Qettlon and purtftts tie system Iron keepingthe addealers1Tutw e a Bnyouvillc Last weeks Items Farmers are smoking every offoit to get through with their crops The last few days remind us very forcibly of the IIGood OM Summer TimeThe fourth passed off very quietly here there being no demonstration Jerd Dawon and Chortle Cravens spent the 4th at Bastt Prattle Mrs Barno and amity cams and- spoat the nth with Mr Bftraos at this place They returned home Monday Mmes Dora Cavltt of HttVmao accompanied Miss Cecil Itarnos here on a visit last week They tan Int of the week for a row days vMt in East Prairie Mimes AUk HuMmrtl and Alice Jones spent Friday With Mrs Hob WallaceBarbecue and picnic times are here awl they win he as thick watt uu Ales ip a part oI silt Mist Fraokie darkoon henorwho been vWUnf her sMifcor wpka rotumod to Jut Prairie loot week John Melfcilnod wit Issue Tujso hy Mrs Pearl Palmer wtaraod Wee day owl shipped oor household goods to ttoraVtto Ask Mrs Wins and family bees boon on UK slot Net Mra Totttert of Whiting SSMM- frtafKk tJtc wants reking her eAilie and Mosot CokoMM nod Tyu sods a baslrtat trip M oltlktMlr last I wW mail you fro It Mvw most samples of my Or INlont loMoraclvc and my lest on oHlor Dysyepste The Boart or Ilse KM seas Trouols of Use Haomoh Heart or Kidney are merely syomp torn of a deeper ailment DIa make Ute ortratnon error ol VIatiN IiWWIltneslt iis treating Ute r onh of yess iilmeot and rant the came WMt Stomach ncnrot the snide nerve means Stomach wssknea always And the Mean sad KMnoy aa wit have their eontrolUsMj or mohtt nerves Weaker those nerves and you inevitably haw weak vital hoopRessteattve o s other remedy ever claims to treat the hwiik nervv IIuo for bloat sag billiouaneoa bad bread or com plexion use Dr Sheeps lUttorativ Write aw today for sample and free Book Dr Shoop Reds Win The JUrtoratire le sold by all dealers H A Letter 1801jAs I have many friend trust who arc readers of the Cour elu I take this method of writing to all of them as wen u also to all the readers of the Courier My farm situated Are miles north of Bkirs sad six miles west of Boat I have a fine claim sad about SO or 60 acres broken and planted m corn potatoes old all kinds of pscion stuff Every plantedAsI of the amt plane for a cool sleep of IHRWeand seems to be uneurpaaee1 for the raisefruitget the soil in proper state of cultl weI ties to set it out Forty miles west of us at Roswell is an archard that brought the owner 22000 last year fruitshereand Sbinery are plentiful here and paying wood Here you can sit down under yor own vine and fig tree and watch your own crop grow listen to the song the Coyote and Whippoorwill at night and enjoy the aroma of the sweet flowers that nature his bleated qualityand us wiihWater I ranges 16 to U0 feet and even in some places 200 feet and the quality also of various kinds Our roads are good no nohighnoleveesnolongadditionalnecoicary distantBuildingsurely satisfied moveWhilemany neigh knowthatwe will see on every quarter families that intend to make this their home sendingregardsofMississippi abountifulthingWeO T AYMJLOTT and FAMILY All those who have subscribed In the U D C gateway fund will please hand it to Mrs Jno S Dillon or Miss Marie BrcvanJ 7 IRON BEDS I on rry at nil IUIICH a ooinj l11 t e turn of nil lumlHRockcrs Mattrcsiei Springs coit priosnIiotarv I h of 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