You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier: n. Friday, June 12, 1908. The Hickman courier. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908061201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: n. Friday, June 12, 1908. The Hickman courier. Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Y1 join in With Hickmons Hooslers Take a Nip From Ambitio H1 Knocker the Hole YakcIII Olcf Man 1 j I tVlWO I A 7 11Kt r41 s IIiC Qooster Sees the DoughnutThe ices THE HIeNMAN eOL3RIER Ontfutti that your wnni peprf wimo after thw the Team Pulls Lammin1 Wagon up the SUCCIRa The Lourin ton a Spnnkin Good Team Grtua the flxlM at Your Ufigan Old Lets Htch I HUE xMlENO 22U UpIIB WEBTEBN KB8TDOKT HICKMAN KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 12 1908QBTABi18NBD THE TEAR r 1- ii Big Clearing Sale I Olr nom MillineryTHIS is not an ordinary lot of Millineryg by any means nor of outofdate stuff We offer in this sale in connec tion with our own ENTIRE STOCK of firstclass styles special purchase bought at very low price The reputation of the class of millinery we sell is too well known to needany comment here It is enough to say that the Most Stylish Millinery worn in and around Hickman comes from this store rTTTT TTTTTT TTYTT TYT T The Millinery Season Will Last But a Few Weeks Longer And we Expect to Close Out our Entire Stock that Timeiig It K Sale Beg ns Saturday I tIjIj And Continues All Next Week FIRST COME=== FIRST CHOICE CJ Pattern Hats and Dress worth 6 to 151 reduced to 350 to 750 CJ Fine Trimmed Hats worth 5 to 7re duced to to 5 CJ Nicely Trimmed 148 to 298 CJ Merry Widow Sailors in white burnt andnatural at 139 to 398 CJ Readytowear Hats worth up to 300 allre duced to 198 CJ Readytowear Hats worth 2 reduced to 139 CJ Readytowear worth 150 reduced to 98c CJ Childrens Hats nice straws 98c up CJ Roses and Flowers 39C up to 98c CJ Forgetmenots Foilage Etc 15c up to 25c 1A BLUE HERE +crlpilon IMpIndI- UsW nu itrnmpiljr if 1nlib to to jou moiilli Is that th Hill of Man end ta WHOLC ND Arl IN FULTON COUNTY IN a a a T in Hats from from 375 Hats at New Hats MARK you 4 s Your Chance to Save Money on Millinery Dont miss it T i t you will Find Bargains in Summer Goods all Through the Store Come and Look Around t Smith Amberg yr- V WVNA V WU HIIIIIJA A Y I I r CTI P+ f J I- 4r m TII i At the National Capital t Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington l jrjrRanid Strides of Capital in Populationl VSHINQTON The census takent W recently by the police force o t the District of Columbia Indicates that the national capital IIs growing in population at an exceptional rate Tho Increase lu Inhabitants for thoI last year Is reported as 9812 whichI would mean a growth It st6adlly main tamed of almost 100090 for tho current decade Of course such a rate of growth has not been maintained slneo 1910 Ac cording to the federal census of that year Washingtons population was 578 718 The population reported by tho police In 1908 Is 339403 so that the Increase fn eight years bu been 606S5 Hy 1910 Washington may tw expected to gain at least 15000 moro Inhabitant and Its population to rise to about 35000 Compared with Its nearest rival BaMmoro Washington Is making tau strides forward Baltimore peicnagn of growth between 1590 and 1900 was 171 while Washington was 5 1 9 Tho disparity In expansion Former Blacksmith Power Congress o EPORE Jim Tawnoy got Into poll B tins up In Minnesota ho was a blacksmith Ho was so rough that they had to throw him down to put klm Into a boiled shirt some of his warmest admirers say That blacksmith training proved mighty good experience for him andc applying blacksmith methods to his congressional career he has forged to the front so rapidly that they do say down here In Washington that If Speaker Cannon doesnt look out some day be will get run over be cause Jim Tawnoy is coming with wonderful strides Tawney is the man who would be fucked out at a glance as the roal ward politician of the house lie Is Just the kind of a man the voter al ways finds roady to toll him how to Toto at the primary the typo of man who loads tho revolt la a cut TilE war department Is looking for a to tako tho place of boor and at army posts Tho beverage must not be of tho claw of drinks prohibited by the antlean tetra law The federal courts baro never passed upon tho question of tho per contagn of alcohol which will render a beverage an Inloxloant The state court also have beon chary of dead ing the question In certain oases tbo authorities havo spoken however k Thus In Uhodo Island It has been held that where beer contained U9 per rant of alcohol no evidence was necessary to show It was intoxicating In Texas a tonic containing from Sli to 4 fur cunt of alcohol has been held to be Intoxicating liquor lly States senator often be good friends but somehow they lire not prone to bcrom J real chummy with ono another t occur from Umo to time to prep therBle Ono of those excep dons applies to Philander C Knox of and Senator W Murray Crane of If the afternoon wane without tholr meeting one U likely to start out to ceo where the other Isi and to learn what has happened Often the Knox automobile and tho Crane automobile exchange honks In f tho morning Not the aert tours ride to tho the same tar ybcq tho I hour conus Sensor Crno may descend to I the c ommUt T ii rules perhaps herald i ids burning out tho light I Ju the wsUbulo and then load his r will undoubtedly bo greater In tho decade from 1900 to 1910 for Pelt more growth was checked tor a year or moro by the losses of tho greatt lire of 1901 while I growth has been stimulated by cnor mou building operations most o them conducted under tho auspices o the government Tho cheek to business resulting from last falls panic will also be felt less in Washington than in perhaps any other American city Tho na tional capital does not depend for a livelihood on manufacturers or com mama and its workers have steady employment assured thorn because tho governments activities ate being con tinually extended In its physical aspect Washington has gained enormously In attractive ness In the last eight or ten years It Is an Ideal residence city and its charms appeal most potently to Amen loans with leisure enough to enjoy them It has become the winter home of families of wealth and refinement from all parts of tho union and Its quIet order and make living within UI borders constant satisfac lion It still has great In tho way of architectural develop ment and Its material prosperity IIs se cured by eyerbroaden InK activities of tho great governmental machine in always whisky Senator national beauty anddried convention In short the practical politician who gets out the rote Tawnoy whoa he oarae to congress wasnt welcomed within the big tent He had to wait around on the outside Then tho blacksmith got busy He Just walked off tile reservation taking enough Insurgent Republicans with him to spill the beans for the big Ova And so It came to pass that Ute big fellows reckoned with Taw I nay and new he Is chairman of the most Important committee In the house non Jim 1sI a flakier from Flghtersvllle Rut he Is that kind of a lighter who knows when to light and when to let tho other tel low do the fighting Only onto has Tawney been whipped That once came from Con gressman Ooebel of Cincinnati when fdjInOver tre t The whipping didnt tickle Tawney So when the fight to hold down the on the agricultural bill same up Tawney quit guarding the treasury and let Scott of Kansas tackle the job Taw nay went to his committee roam The farmers wiped up tho floor with Scott War Department Seeking a Legal Drink the law of It IIs held that a beverage containing more than one pOI coat of alcohol at 60 Fahren bolt Iis Intoxicating Tho law in regard to the nonsalo ot Intoxicant In post exchanges must of course bo followed In good faith by the army In the absence of any fed eral decision as to the question at Issue the authorities must fall back on tho decision of tho state courts These vary materially and therefore the department may seek the solution In a practical way by ascertaining the view taken In prohibition states as to the sale of any given drink Whore post oxobange aro situated la a prohibition itato It I s considered entirely safe to prohibit the sale in such exchanges of preparation not ale lowed to be sold under tho prohibition laws of tho state Where such ox changes aro situated in nonprohlbi tton status It would bo safe to ascot tarn whether any specific drink Its al lowed sold In any prohibition slat e and let the exchange bo guided accord ugly rIf Senators Knox Crane Real Chummy I UNITFD JtectVtfrn Massachusetts Infrequently gltiwitJn fliftlfeon adveutfby Washingtons potentialities appropriations appropriation Massachusetts and Pennsylvania crony off to the senate restaurant Tho fondness that Senators Crane and Knox ovinco for eating together is reminiscent of the fondness that former Senator Edmund of Vermont and the late Senator Allen O Thur man of Ohio used to have for drinking together That was In the earlier days when drinking at tho cApitol waaI not frowned upon All the oldsters in political Wash torThowtlo In the room of the committee on judiciary They woro certain to adjourn there twice or thrlco every after noon that the senate held a long ses lion It was at first a marvel why the two men seemed to havo tho same thought at the same moment and bo Jan to make tracks slmultaneousl from different parts of the sonata chamber one being a Democrat anti tho other a llcpubllcan toward theI committee room It turned out that they had prear RomAnIllgnalredI bandanna bandkcrchlcf and to bloK his noso with clarion loudness FOUR YEARS MORE SHALL THE PARTY OF MONOPO LY DE KEPT IN POWER Time Now for the Voters to Determine to Put an End to Legalized Robbery by TarlffPrc- tectcd Trusts At wages aro folMnK Mad weal aAd- brtmll are costing more with many tMjojilo out of work It is time to take stock and reckon how to provMo fur the future The panic and present buslnc depression have demolished tho HepuWlcan theory that the tariff which protects the trout produces prosperity The high prices the trusts have charpul for their products wan- ttone of the chief causes of the panic moneyfother people had to pay It as they could but oven the game of boosting prices cannot prevail Indefi nltely and the Inevitable collapse caste ration to the eonfmMoa of the lle publican iMilUlclanc What IIs railed business can adapt Itself to almost any political conditions or laws but It requires time to recuperate from a breakdown of confidence and confi dence cannot bo restored until the business world begins to make money again and has surplus profits to Invest In now undertakings That the cost of living still remains so near tho high poll shows tho absolute control of the trusts of most of tho necessities of life After former panics there has al ways been a period of low prices which compensated for reduced wages and smaller Incomes and In crossed consumption though cheaper goods set tho wheels ef Industry again turningThe stool trust the beet trust the sugar trust the agricultural raaohlnery trust the coal trust tho paper trait and many other trtets are still charg lag the same high prices for their pre ducts as before the panic The rail road trust Indeedl has already determined to advance freight rates whlh will naturally OMM merchant to- dd to the pike of tho goods they sell and groceries sad provisions being hoary goofs will be the first ta suffer Freight on dr goods and sleeking al though very high does net add se much to their cost Overstocked mere chants are soiling better tergolM la dry goods and rely mad teUring but families with reduced lasemescan hardly take advantage of It Monopoly and tariff protection upon which the HepuMtcan party Us stand log pat allows these things ta be and competition which has always been relied upon to regulate prices accord lag to supply and demand Is hardlyI longer among the farces to be reck oned with If amounts to very much like suspending the foreo et gravita tion and expecting thug to keep In their riP place- Condition i are aggravated by pri vale monopoly ID conjunction wick the government tariff farorlllem Cld storage trusts cad milk twists aN keep up rtci In spits of Ute law private ear pines and refrigerator ear com MUM Mill tax the eosMMimctr and the producers and growers ito not get any of the bR 8t Tho nomlnatlMi of a president and congrossmen IIs ROW Uklng place and unless there Is a sow deal the aaae old pretense of doing tMnns and yet standing pat will be continued far the noxt four year You may adapt your circumstance to Ute present unsatle factory conditions as tho business of the country undoubtedly wilt but why net persist In reforms that you knew you will benefit byT Arty you wHng to bto plundered ferercr bthe tariff protected trusts v St Louis Wants a Rest The buBlRM men of 8U tntds have orRIMell the National Prosperity as sedation and their motto Give us art and suitfthtae Indicates they are KeiwMleans tired of Teddy Theo prosperity boomers will Wed that pmiperliy Is sot to be bad by saying It Is here though that may h4O raKe some of the members to try and over come that tired footing the result of Republican policies Those who look behind the scenes and see somowhat how the political game is played am not calling for a rust but jlke the Democratic member of congress are trying to stir a dunothln congress to activity Vor over ten long years the trusts have had a rest from competi lion and a Republican warrant to plun der the people through the tariff nn average of over BO par cent Honest men should therefore Instead of cry Ing for n rest pitch in and fight for their rights o jual rights to all and special privileges to none Prosperity for the trusts and combines has bad a long lease and It IIs either foolish or criminal to delude the people Into tab tog a ret until the tariff that protects tho trusts Is revised It will require the most active efforts of a good ma jorlty of the people working overtimet until after election to curb the trust and corporation whose depredationsI hero given those SL Louts boomsI that tired feollnf GreenITell about tho call of tho wild IIH exclaimed a young woman teacher Inrtor and never mind It but when spring comes and I ico tho now grass In tho parka tho bode on tho trees the fresh asparagus and green peas and all tho lovely fresh vegetables In markot and than go Into tho same dinner ex aptly as wo had every Monday or Tuesday night during tile winter It stakes mo sick I saw some poor 1U1 jsi I c RAFT IN THE PHILIPPINES Exorbitant Salaries Paid to Officials In the lIand The InterIsland Nows of Zambangn Mindanao publishes n statement from the Manila llcvlew of Trade and Price GnrrwttU from which we learn that In the lhlllPlhlM official solarles are nearly twice as high as they are In the United Status In the Philippines the seerotary of tho interior secretary of the trs ry secretary of com meree and superintendent of puW Instruction receive flMW apiece while In this country the secretaries of tho Interior tho troaury and corn tnorco and labor get 18110 apiece and the commissioner of education sue Tho writer of the article referred to table hut the worst feature of the situ ation 1Is that fully double the number of lpublic servants needed are employed This together with the ex orbitant salaries paid show what might bo accomplished In the way of public Improvement If the revenues ef the Islands wore economically ex pended While the business men et Manila do not favor any reduction of revenue they de Saver a substantial out In the exorbitant salaries of em elsla and other vourws of leakage which will eaMe the JIOTer Rut to borrow at local one hundred mUNon of dollars golf with which ta build high ways railways and other necessary public Improvements This would open up those Islands from end to end and increase production a hun dredfold Recognizing this tat the business men ef the PbUlBplnos are willing to pay every cent they Dan stand for this purpose but they are tired of wearing themselves to their wither paying exorbitant salaries to public offlotals who knew little and care less chest the commercial Inter eats of the archipelago They see tho olvll government here expending practically IMMW0 local eurreney on what Is known as the Itenguot read and for what purpose Solely for tho benefit of a few public officials who may lake a junket over It once or twice during the course of a year If this official boulevard laid dentally opened up an acre of pro ductive territory the business men would nwaml the action of the goo ernmenL Rut It does not Absolutely no material benefit whatever wM or ever eaa scene from its eofwlnterJ n This amount ef money expended upoa highway in any direction from Ma nUa would have opened VII a vast and productive territory teeing with pope HMtton Republican Extravagance As long as the boom In business continued there was not much nctloo taken of the extravagant appropria home by congress but now the teem has busted and Republican prosperity has vanished and the recelptiof the government ate running at the rate e- tUHttM behind the outlay ono would think It was time Ie econonlie hot the present congress Is mere ex travagant than ever and seems de termined to leave the national cup heard bare for the Incoming Demo crats u tho Republicans did under smeller dreumstaace In liSt when President Cleveland was first elected The tact Is tho Republican managers are good business spenders Mhn gamblers but what Is now needed and what the country must come ta Is careful spenders who while providing an revenue necessary for the govern meat will net waste the substance of the peopleA Possible New Inu- It IIs reported that a number of for sign diplomats have been Invited to attend the Republican rational conven thin at Chicago June 17 and that they have accepted the Invitation This Is a now departure In American politics Most of the diplomat are monarchists representative of Hurepoan or Asi atic kings Their lagoons at a con vention of Republicans would be dis tinctly evIL The president as the head of his party should forbid their attendance and no doubt would do so If he wore not himself a monarrhlst at heart There wilt be no IIIIIUambassadors at the Denver OORye lion That convention may see fit t condemn the presence of such ambas sailors at Chicano and that may raise a new issue In our politics What Standpattlno Costs Every months delay In placing wood pulp nn the free list the Chicago Journal points out Increases the dim eultles In adjusting the sources of wood pulp supply It continues While yet those new barriers are being raised our tariff standpatter calmly Ignore the pressing demand from all sections of the United for tbo removal of wood pulp duties They aro not unaware of Canada readiness to take advantage of presen delay The more rapidly our own for elll are depleted the moro profit does Canada expect from her coming bar gain to supply our deficiencies This Is but ono Instance of what Americas consumers must pay In order that their tariff overlords my build us greet private fortunes uuuu tans carrying homo a mass of dande 101tlyely have flowers In my room and fruit but Its not easy to mako a salad without more of a housekeeping equip ment than a girl has In a hall bedroom Im getting 10 I cant bear to pus a green grocers shop Truce to Ourselves Pcaco comotli when wo havo dono sight tuI we sec Il sfthough others mq call It wrong Farmers ad Merchantss Bank Clinton Street lllcknian Kentucky ABSOLUTE SAFET IS THE BASIS That wo offer to dopMitora Other intlncoraonU are of secondary importance Upon this Ouarantee we Solicit Your Patronage II BUCHANAN reMent J A THOHP50N Cashier D1RUCTOKS H AlexanderT THEarSAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY tO TRANSFER MONEY I 1 Y LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RAW APPLY Tt LNAl HAMMER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO scMeswa Letter Heads Statements Bill Heads Envelopes CardAarthJ1I test mtytfetftg la tkt way It kifBcra4c ceaacrciai printing Oar MortsieQt of job type le complete err pr M faclll UN el the Vet andckr vokmen true tjpocrtfkJcl urtiet Tbto s+ tells all the tory el or acillUea CirdskindprksEnvelopeI adtStatements Letter Heads i J W Voter W J McMurrar Roney McMurray LAWYERS Practice In alt the courts In the State Deeds mortgages and all kinds of eonlraets Notary Public in oIDc- oHICKMAN KY O See over Ilolcotnbs drug store B T DAVIS tJI Attorney at Law JI tllitI1A KENTUCKY tsViil practice In all the courts In the blockoit Moot Your Friends A- TLauderdales Tonsorial Parlors Rest In IHckman Hot and cold datashydraulic chairs and everything for comforts Clinton Street IHckman Ky Next door to Jones Cato UBook Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards Notions Etc Call and see our stock Everything uptoda- teMaryBerendesGompany J v nff mmmim = i 3f lBJ9BBM I Davidson StubbsII DENTISTS I IllcVmtn K Union store bulldlH Coy l apPICRIII Dont Preach About nome Trade and at the tame time send your orders for job printing out of town Your home printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all aroundand youll be ktefms flu money at home WE PRINT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT Lkz e J t tw h r t 1 t j FIND BEATTIE ROBBER TOWNS MODEL YOUTH MAN WHO TOOK 20000 IN JEWELS IIS TEACHER IN SUNDAY SCHOOL London Tho burglar who robbed the wife of Opt Hcattlo daughter of the lato Marshall Meld of J25000 1In Jowcls last tAU taking thorn from her hunting Imigo at Rugby has bees dig prlucelylust dayhoness In Ltdooater being one of the highly rosrxoted merchants ef tho piano and by night he plied his trade au a burglar SundayuhoelUfa and character won fur Glut the t r b IIThe Policeman Was Dazed When He Recognized His Prisoner local prize known as the Town Hun dredIThis consists of 1100 or f 600 which IIs advanced for 11 years without Interest to especially worthy young taen te enable them to start la beUNITbe discovery of his burgtarleti oauHHl a se Miren In addition toIcleaning ml three hunting boxes In ono week he committed several bur glades IN Lnkesler ItsHf aad In the neighborhood of bus swa hoes These anHH4 keen opal appruhnn tons fer Jehu Spenser the model ratr i obit Sunday seheol teacher aad bur plat ergealz l a public meetlag whleh b protestedlboquenuy thpftallce prot otlon of property I lie was eaugbt In the act ef rubbing I ap1acro ea April 9 He fought des perately Ila the dark with the police man wits captured him Whoa the burglar waa finally overcome and 1 dragged Tate the tight the policeman I was so dazed with aa4efll hmeat when I he reeegnlzed his prisoner as the model Jolla Spacer that he all but I lit him slip twat In his burglaries Spencer used drugs I la stupefy the sleeping Inmates ef the I bosses ho entered In one ease a Child died from the effects of the drugs heemployedMere 40 burglaries have been trued to the model mvtjbaat but not a single article of all the valuables be stole has yet been reoev rod or lo catfd GAMBLERS HIDE IN COFFINS TwentyTwo Players All Dust and Cobwebs Rounded Up BtitH Nwwalk ftnBe dead game were n players whoa a poker dub was raided that they sought so ouritjr In caskets sad ooffln buses Others hM Ila aa Mile and whenI rounded MP all dust and cobwebs they were a aorry sight Norwalk IIs a meral pease OatLUng IIs tabooed That a poker elebief the IIs xlstfd under the Ruses walk Social olub was never siispeeted Jut that IIs what the pollee and Ihefl prosecuting attorney stale they found when they swooptJ dewa epos Utlta place at mldnlablaTwo dozen men wore around tbII tables but two Jumped SO feet from a window Into a pile of ashes and HII ooapetlen partlUoii to an undertaking 4aee 0andThis Rat Chews Tobacco New YorkA gray bearded wharf rat at the Alkcn lumber yard Perth AmlKiy N J chows tolweco- IW Thorapsen watchman at tlteJIj yard uses a plug tbat reeks with Ilie j once and molasses Thmniisen lelLa his to dry In the sun OH a pile of IibeIrdof the tobacco After that Thompson who Is not rcinsb and who Iis lonesome at the yard left a choW of tobacco for tbeIrat every dart and they became tutrfriends Now tho rat has tho hblta aid comes to tho watchman for Its chow Straw Hst Saves Mans Life York ro florcd by a samce bull iw his farm near IjgonvllJe William Miller aged 65 yens IIs lying nt his homo In a critical condition To IMs straw hut ho owes tho fact that ItII is even fttlre The bull ahasod him about tho bars yard and after tossing him was about le trample upon his body when his hat blew oil Tho bullIAr1Uer his lint and as it did so limo olU itian drawled under ncfiiro Muscles and llgauitJnlH of his- neck aro torn and sevOrtl ribs brolpla I 1 KNEW WHAT THE JOB MEANT Angry Citizen Put Ordeal Up to Street- Car Company Vat long ago there entered tho office I lineIIIns Juiiloo In no unoortala terms rcntloInquiry explainedthatwas boarding ono of tho companys cue the conductor thereof had stopped on his spouses drOll tearing from It more than a yard of material I cant see that wo aro to blame superfntendenLWhat a new drew No sir I do not rejoined tho angry citizen brandishing a piece of cloth What I propose Ii that you P eplo shall match this material hatters Weekly DAD ITCHING HUMOR Limbs Below the Were RawFeet Swollen Sleep Broken Cured In 2 Days by Cutlcura Same two months aco I had a hn mrknoebeefsteak all red and no ono knows how they Itched and burned They were to awollon that I otmld not ge my shoes on for a week or more used fro or six different remedies as got no help only when applying thom lIeblalItfeting was Intense and during tha time I did not sloop an hour at a time Then ono morning I tried a bit of touchedII not left a bit of It since Tbo swullia went down sad In two days I had mY shoes on and wax about as usual George U Fanny 60 South State SO concord N II May 111907 Too Much for PJ The TIller to the home of a well i known Hoosier state author found his three youngsters romping In the hall way What aro you playing boys r he Inquired We ate playing pirates elueldat tho smallest IlratesT Why how can you play pirates In Indiana 1 There are no seas jbordering on this state Oh we dont need any sea W- Ire literary pirates Mite pa And fin minutes later a chorus ef yells from behind the Urn told that tbe band that wilds the pen can sue wield tht shlncl Triumph of Mind Victim of IkluslonDeetor Im awfully afraid Im going to hue brain renrDoelorPeeh pooh my dear friend Thats all an Illusion ef tho senses There IIs no such thing u foyer Tou hate wrfetcr yltt baYllhobrhm no taatorlal substance upon which scab a wholly Imaginary and sapOo sitions thing as a fever could Sad any base r operation I VIotlBi Oh doctor what a lead dare takeR from my from my1 bare a mind havent I doctor Looking for a Similar One Hczeklah said the Kansas matron as she adjusted hot bonerlmmod glasses and opened the local raper- It says hero that a woman was ear sled two miles by a cyclone and didnt speak a word for three weeks Tbo suntanned farmer grabbed his bat and spyglass Where are you going now Hero klakr Where am I going Lucy Why I am going out to see If I cant sight ono of them limas kind of cyclones I THE FIRST TASTE to Drink Coffee When a Daby I If parents realized tho fact that cot ee contains a drug oarToine which especially harmful to children they would doubtless hosJinte befero sir the taWoa ooff o to drink When 1 was a child in ay nwthers and first began to nibble UtIItho table raoOitr used to we mo of coffee As my parents used toffco exclusively ot meats I never there was anything to drink but aeo and walor And so I contracted tho coffee habit I remember when quite young tbo continual use of coffee so affected my parents that they tried roasting wheat and barley then ground It In tko ooffvemill as a substitute for coffee lint It did not taste right and they went hash to ooffoe repairs That was before Postum was ever hoard of continued to use coffee until I was 27 when 1 pot Into omen work I bIto hero nervous upelli Hepeolally breakfast I was BO nervous I oouhl scarcely attend to uiy coma I spondence At night after having coffee for I 1 could hardly sleep and on In tho morning would tool weak nervous A friend persuaded mo to try Post um ay1 wife and I did not like It at first but later when bolted good and strong It was One Now 0Ij would Sot give up Postum for best cofttto we over tasted thoII 1 eaR now Ret good sloop am 11f8CIO11 eraTh18 Name given a ftecuen1II Croak Mfck Iliad The Itoad to WellI Yllte INI pairs Ever read the above letter A new 1are1 j I It IT POSSIBLE I T JAnd who wore the people who first thought of music auntie Why child they aro considered to bo prehistoric Oh auntie bow well you do re memberI Helpful Hints That Hinder Many of tho helpful hints followed by our mothers are now proved utterly useless If not more harmful than helpful for Instance no ono now uses moist tea leaves to clean a carpet or rug because of the Inevitable stain lag And salt used on a carpel col tents dampness and rusts the tacks Newspapers dampened and torn an seer the purpose much more sallsfac fromIweightdwest A Poor System Englishtathlete and food expert said at a recent vegetarian dinner In Chicago They who with rich sauces and ex clUng meats weaken their digestion bodiesYfiueh people are lIke tho em barrassed motorist who pawned his automobile In order to raise f260 for anew set of Urea The Entire Family JtboumaUmIDad for Cuts Sprains and Bruises Mammy for Hums Scalds and Aches Bis for Catarrh and Chilblains I use It for everything and It never disap anyedold pain out by the roots heats Ughtnlng 011 is what I am toUtag you about The Contrary Child Mrs Pepley Mttle George wont tAke milk at all now Ho used to take It but Mr PopJy crosslyNo and Its all en aeoeunt of your Imprudence My Imprudence Mr Pepley Yes you allowed to bear you say It was good rat hImII MothersExamine of CASTOItlA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children and ace that it Hears the IShDAturaI I The Kind Yoa Rave Always Bought ituHad compny to dlnnah yistldy Mah husban stopped at Mr Greens store Saturdy ebenln an done got a fine spring chicken Year replied the Jealous neigh bet Bat Mlstah Green oho lidcoos keerltss onsuspectla maulPhiladelphia Press Actual Facts For upwards of fifteen years Hunts Cure has been sold under a strict guar antee to cure any form of itching skin troubles known No matter the name Iless than ono per coat of the pur chasers have requested their money basis Why It simply does limo work Doubting It Sir said the Imperial ruler of all the Russia do you realize what a gulf of Inequality yawns between or- dInal humanity and an autocrat Dear me t answered the doumalto In mild surprise Is this gulf proposi lion a czarchasmT Dont Delay Save a possible serious spoil1 of fever later on by cleansing your system now of Its accumulation of impuiltlos Sim mona Sarseparllla will do it It makes fine blood fine appetite great strength and grand ambition Youth the Time to Build Wisely Youth II the best time for tile building of character and the forming of principle and the future depends on the decisions and actions of the present Hov O Denton It Cures While You Walk Allens Foot Fae Ils a certain cure for achingfeetpseksgFRlfAddress V Tho virtue of prosperity Iis temperance but tho virtue of adversity IIs fortitude and tho last is the more sublime attainment Bacon ioNot Worry Ail THE HORRORS OF ECZEMA Itcht Itch ItchI Scratch Scratch Scratch Eczema Is maddening Your skin lion fire and limo more you scratch tho more Intense becomes tho agony of It Stop scratching It will cover relievo youIt cannot euro 01- 1It only makes things worse Wheth er you your child or a member of your family IIs suffering with eczema or any ikln disease apply LJTTELL3 LIQUID SULPHUR at onco Stops Itching Instantly and Is a guaranteed cure for any and all skin diseases Send SOc today for a largo sample addressIthumaBt St Louis Mo- Diapenser of Kisses A Frenchman who apparently has been amusing himself by reckoning up the number of kisses he has given his wife during the first 20 years of his married life He finds that In the first year he dispensed about 100 kisses a day or say allowing for birthdays and legs and church holidays about 36700 in the year In the second year this number was reduced by halt and In tho thin- year to ten a day while In the fifth year his better halt had to be content with two a day one In the morning and ono in tho evening What happened after the fifth year 1is wrapped in mystery but at tbe same rate of progression be robt ably arrived eventually at one kiss o the first of January every leap year Chicago American In the Same Boat We get some sad cases said th attendant at the Lump ton ec asylum to tbo Interested visitor andI opened the door of tbo first cell Inside was a man sitting on a three legged stool taxing vacantly at tbe wall JIll IIs an unhappy story said the attendant Ho was In love with a girl but she married another man and lie lost his reason from grief They stole out softly closing the door behind them and proceeded to the next Inmate This cell was thickly padded and the man within was stark staring madWho Is this Inquired the visitor Tbld repeated the attendant This IIs the other wantTaller We Reiterate Tbat for more than fifteen years Hunts Cure has been working on th afflicted Its mission Iis to euro troubles particularly those of an Itch lag character Its success Is not o account of advertising but becaus- 1t surely does the work One box is guaranteed to cure any case IWo er I We live In an ago of wooden re marked the Inventor Yes answered his discontent- spouse wondering when tbe money went out and where Its going to come from- Capudine Cures Indigestion Pains Sour itomaeh and heartburn no matte relieflrnerlbde RexutarThe Highest Reward The praises of men and all thai gold can give are not worthy to be named against right living and coin contentmentTupperiynTMstt nt er i i cmi rrr Ur wMI Many a wlse looking man Is usable to deliver the goods iiI HERE IS A CHANCE rnrptbspserVrrItar ltUsu McHtu DROPSY WrrIISCOVENYt atr ua14u4ItF 190823j HELPFUL ADVICE II UIII You wont tell your family doctor priestsIllnessyouneed not bo afraid to toll bars Pink ham at Lynn Afoss lima thingsyoa- d could not explain to the doctor Your letter will bo held in the strictest con fldcncc From her vast correspond cnco with sick Women during the past thirty years she may have pained the very knowledge tbat will bclpyourcoso Such letters as the fol lowing from grateful women can tabliab beyond doubt the power o- fLYDAEPNKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to uer all female diseases ebiro Norman IL Barndt of Allen town Pa writes II Ever since I was sixteen years o age had suffered from an organic de rangemcnt and female weakness II consequence had dreadful headache and was extremely nervous My phys OrratlonVegetableCompound for advise following your directions carefully and thanks to you am to day a well woman and I am telling all my friends of my experience FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Perk hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively curedthousands women who have been troubled tcith- dlsplacementeinflammatlonulcora eflan fibroid tumors irregularities bearnvousprostrate SICK HEADACHE Ioav yciireiy CARTERS these Little Pillsi edTheyalso relict Din ITrLEtnSromDyf a VERUptaD4TuoUrtT L edr tor DIulnM Nnu rili MAe Drowsiness Had TMt Ibe Mouth Cost d Tongue Pelu the Hide TORPID UVEIt Ybey regulate the Dowel Purely Veaetabls SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE nTASGenuine Must tear luremuaVER 2PlLL6 A7I- i REFUSE SUISTITHTES DEFIANCE STIRCIIpthtr iurrb oolf oucno puce t4- DiFiANcr is supinion QUALITY ThcDnnfc that Cheers 1 kit hiss not Sncbrtste Tss IMS Urn crt Iltydwith the c quslikc J- r ll elad more It eooliort delklour and rehmhi tlrmJ- MlCif Aid comparing tar raise sad CocaCola SaysfIs tie If CC inn wMkSul- Me W sbmVl skint I ass slns vets n saIg4 realM M- eIkk I aaIt wwhl wR sa well ur awe da d1514 itbs hS Iserdw t w wen GET THE GEN171N- ESc Everywhere j Nw A N 2233 a I I I o i la In It Is 1 N If sl t If sa OWEL TIIOUILEtCHIIHHKV CHIIHHKVTJUTTHIXQ IVA- cEATIIER Lin t t 31 T J I 1 I EMOLIIENT- J ForPrcserYlnsfPurifyln i and Beautifying the Skin Scalp Hair and Hands I for Sunburn Heat Rash i Cafings and for all the purposes of the TollcCIii 1 tkgYtUditrurMwlyl tcTuurdratULCklwMlMT uir5 UI A rna lnee MdTcSMi Tinrv IIOItrajC erl e IAucNs antis os5k woo ANTISEPTICKeeps H40rIthptlcllr odonbieh i lose cannot do A germicidal dlsln feetia and deodar faiegtobitrqulsitej ol nctloaaIc- eUecI ex snd econ ousy Innluiblefor burned eyes throat sad nasal and uterine ctsrrh At drug sad toilet stores 50 cents or by mall poitpsl- dUrti TrW SiMfe riTri MI ITM ens uuvyaeea SENT MSI THE PAXTON TOILET COI IN Mud LIVE STOCJANDjj JIISCELLANEOUSJJ ElectrotypesIN FORj BALE SAT THE LOWEST PR1CM BY- Aaactto00NEWSPAPEB co iI chkgoiVwtualr uti =r= = IIrwu e r 15 10- wll sI mr i-mnaytllt1 1 IsIM uew I fII BORAX 20Mula I All Unlfn faft IlookUt Parlor Crt Otm WUU act ledge Cass Born no tWcoJ WatlrStarcll1a Dr Biggers Huckleberry Cordial ottbU and ergo their friend to glee It to midrcn lor Volte Intry lttumsebodiiowel tallDrIllc mIL 5i tIsea frH IIAtTIHMMirK TAYLOR RLQ CO Attsaea O CURE STOMACHACHE IN TEN P1INUTEa Worry over your illhealth does your health no good and merely manufac worrybutj I known and successful female rem- edyWine of CarduiMrs Jennie Mcrriek of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly oJ1oration VHUTE FOR H EBBOOKWritefarFrttMwtD9ekf9rWflrat auuooca Bel0cctjmiFtomse on Wl4icill r 9uauet eo In ni plain iome 000usfear trestmpby gill pj = lu r j a w j 1ItM aa K1LUl r THE HICKMAN COURIER oCenu WIn Kentucky Ilkt the Dw t = IW O 8PEKR and J O SEXTON Editor and Proprlttora I 2 ONE DOLLAR Inn YEAR CASH IN AUVAMCU = r Eater at the ntokramn Kentucky xxtofllc U ieoosdclaM HMil matter JIFriday Juno 12111 i1908 j I No TaperJuly 4th In order to jhte Nit tmftoyes f thin offfff 4 muck needed vacation Rt tattl priM IN fafter during 4Hi of July Keck No 1M wnt TnAf he done Lefkeo Joe 36 andjufy 6 Oar pairems411nleascgsroerx leas t Stws acrrdroply Convention at Hickman With a few exceptions it may be said that the Democratic ccnvtatton held in tbis city Saturdaysea a manifestation of unity and harmony of the party of Adton county This is especially tree to view of the past History of local Democracy and the change will be welcomed by all who k partykT Dillon and R T Tyler oa the subject of together were received with much entMstatn This convention was called for R the purpose of telarttog delegates to the State Convention at Lexing ton June 4l In the absence of Chairman G L Carpenter the- Y I Y meeting was called to order by Too T Dillon On motion made by Her bert Carr of Fulton K T Tyler was elected chairman without op I FultonIof preliminaries Chairman Tyler called for the wishes of the convention Motion was made and carried that the chairman be empowered to appoint the eight delegates to which the county it en titled After a fiveminute recast representativesaportuntty to select from among their number those wboM they might think best to name at delegates the house was again called to order and the names presented The chair then appointed the following fast FultonJ A Mllner West Fulton Mott Ayers East Hickman J T Dillon West Hlekman F S Moore Lodgcton Tao W Thomas Sassafras Ridge Coop Bradthaw Madrid Bend Finis L Clark t Cayce 0 B Kerlin The convention instructed the dele gates to vote for and use all honor able moans to adopt a resolution fIn ticiI e delegates Kentucky to Denver July 7th to vote first last and allI 1 the time for W J Bryan The t delegation from Fulton were alto in strutted to cast the countys rot as a unit The report sent from Hsckma- to the various city papers statin that G L Carpenter was doteate I for reelection at chairman of the convention held in this city Satur day iis all tommyrot It is also a mistake that Allison T elect Fulton CountyDcmocrl1Uc E DrEI healing antiseptic suppositories goI direct to the seat of these weaknets My Book No4 For Women con tains many valuable hints to woman ShoopRacinee Doctor in strictest confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by all dealers The Campbell and Price tug Os I car F Keeler has returned tto Mound City The tug has been in the employ of the Mengcl Box Com pany during the high water 7T Salmons Residence Burns The 8room twostory residence belonging to and occupied by Sam Salmon one block weitjof Troy aye nue caught fire Saturday night about 10 oclock and burned to the ground Most of Mr Salmons household goods were also burned It is not known exactly how the fire started but is supplied to have been caused by the explosion of a lampwhich hall been left burning in one of the rooms on the second floor At any rate the upper part cf the building began falling In be fore the family was aware of what was taking piece The fire department was summon ed for the protection of one or two residences which were exposed to the flames and after hard work we ceeded in raving themI InIsuranee i his household goods We arc in formed that he will rebuild hwt iu soon M the insurance clams are adjusted If one feels dull and spirtloM in I the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever ltd there is no fever usually It it the after effect of our winter habits The nerves are mostly at fanlt TIredc wornout nerves leave MS languid lifeless and without spirit or abltlion A few does of Dr Snoops Restorative will absolutely awl quickly change all of Restorative c tog symptoms The of court wont bring you back to lullII health in a day or two bat it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reaching that tired Mot Druggists everywhere are advising Its use AS a pIndidI and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other knownnervc or ooaoUtMttonal took It sharpens digestiontreesi and brings new life strength and ainkillan Tort it a few days and Ise coitrkeed 1217 Bills Introduced It it impossible to tell tt thit time just how many bills introduced by t Kentucky members of the House of Rtprtatly became late but it it pretty certain that the percentage wes twite small A repvMfoaa con hgrossf Ileg bills introduced by democratic mcmMraIThe eleven members of the House from Kentucky Introduced a total at ItofbyMrwho had 348 to hit credit Most of theee were private measures which it true of all the Kentucky members Representative Helm of the Eighth district introduced fewer bills then any other Kentucky member having offered but tbirtythree the entire session The number of measures introduced by each of the Kentucky members were at follows- Mr dlk James First district 72 i Mr Stanley Second district S3aMr Addison James Third district 54 Mr Johnson Fourth district 70 Mr Shirley Fifth district 48 Mr Rhinock Sixth district 65 MraKimball Seventh district 34 5 Mr f Helm Eighth dilslriat J3 Mr Den Langleywards Eleventh district 277tLast Wednesday evening Miss Lillian Choate entertained a number of friends in honor of her guests MiseecLiverne Cheek and Katharine j Mayo of Fulton Amusing and interesting garnet pasted the hours I stringband I the evening Refreshments of cream IalWi cake were served The other outoftown visitors were Mines Jessie Shrlte of Paragould and Miss Lucile Potey of Union City H I weeke I Mrs P B Cttrtln gave a hay rkleJJ and Gypsy Tea at Kings Pond in RosenI Campbell Supper was spread on timedby RheumatismI buttonI KoOk reraedr that will itralfbUoth obuirled llmw of chronic cripples nor turn bnn1I oZthUdDlanbiedleasman mH ta lhI IInrmtlik iiiill pcitioofI 111 bxr dl whteb Dr Bhanpi ftbounkUa lUmodr wms cud h p rfrtd dpeoc1bl prtcerlptloo Without i that but Sltntl I raconfullr traaUd mutt stINralcormlrtouch drwtddleasesThos taadUka vraaolar worsts found InRhtanuti Dlood texatodlitolr I and paw awajr under the aAtoo ot this nmdr aj frMlf at dOli innr when added to pun waUr tt- pnd VIOlMwIouIwutetIIiuieumauim U ton forever There If now no nal nwd no Iciest CICUM U iuS r mtsr with WI harp We Mllaad In oooAdtoM rwoma 1II ShoopsRheumatic ALL DEALERS r TODAY is the time to start to giving your laundry to the Nashville Laundry Co Guaranteed to please antil give high clan work Strictly a White Alans Laundry All work called for tend delivered in the city Your patronage solicited H E CURLIN IIw rnry at Klllt n flrJ5r Congress Extends Time The following letter from W L Jett Complier of Records of the Confederate Record1 Department of Kentucky was handed us by Mayor Dillon and will doubtless Interest many of our readers Congress hat extended the time one more year for Ailing Confoder Rae claim for harem atsdegtaipsttl ttaken from Confederate Mfcmrt m violation of the term of tarrendor This IIs the lat chance on these The money it paynhie to the soldier if afire If he it m- eadbfi no wMow Mirvive him then to hit children U there are any parsons in year vi aily who are entitled to pay under this law please Mare them write to W L Jett This letter is addreteod to J B Ward Camp Confederate YotoniiK HicVnwn fey and ontne from theI Adjutant Generals ofncc at Prank For cuts praHM bruises burnt pIMcMeLeaFirst told m 1831 uu the sates II foetive romtdy ion 1901 Good for man or boatt 3Se SOs Mnt 100 A Doctors Reward My Dear Doctor The term dear in title case is not sue of tf ftcttoo but it Inspired by your bill for 72 whist hat met arrived When I caned you m three weeks ago you Bald that yon would do me good I thought you meats my ealth nut my pocket book You ave ttemlsod the statement else I thowhi be totally at sea as to what am to pay for Yon say JO visits S3 a vMt 360 i her oe mltation ltIt Dr Oitem S10 and medkinw 97 Does it not Krflce you at a UUk unjust Doctor to tax me 70 for talk and S3 for medicine What I Deeded was medkinet not tIt And that oonevltatton for which I am to ply S10 YaM Dr Cni em came together and thumped my chest and test my poless CMem gravely pulled hit wttncrt and yon seriously mopped UK sweat from your bald head Hes a sick M1t said Cntam nd needs constant arc Then you two whispered and talked together and dlpat ted Nof before you were called II- nd In before Catem was sailed Ia I knew that I was a very sick men 1I had been a well man I would not have sent for you But I mutt a ten spot for being told some thing that I knew before anyone else dUl We owe a great debt to medical science I know bat there it no justice in trying to make me pay it all During the time that you made those 1 visit you smoked my d gars ate the oranges that were plac ed at my bedside put my flowers In your buttonhole carried away a box of figs and frequently lunched on the delicacies that my fond and loving wife prepared for me I made no objection to that thinking of course that you would credit me with the price of the meals Now you want me to pay you for eating my food The medicine for which you ask me 2 consisted of a bottle of lint ment and a porous platter The porous plaster it still with me but the liniment you took away on your everydayplaster from my back It evidently costs money to be sick It iis a luxury that only the rich can afford A man has no chance for recovery nowadays for he no sooner gets bettor then the doctors bill gives him a relapse I am going back to work tomorrow and the first 72 I get in a lump is yountI have worked for the last twentyfive years and the biggest sum I ever amassed in that length of time was S8 Your chances are rather slim but as you frequently advised me we must hope for the best and be pre youPthe size of your bill I see now why you were so solcltioul to have my wife and me prepared for the worst Yours deeply in debt a1 11 111111 DID YOU KNOWr 111111 11 Take your laundry k Billion Bro store Walter aWflag leftfoT MaifavWe MondayMts H Kirk k M the sick list this week G B Tneber of JeviteH was ta town Sfttoiday- K vr Kritf Cakes and Crashers at C H Mooret Scott Moaier of Unten flysin the city Friday- H H Dcewry sycat Sunday wllli Union City friends Jolla Crawford has the to Mow pUt for a tow mouths poll SALE OM papers at Ibis office ISc a hundred- S slyguamallet knee at lit jper- 0N at Cotton ft Mutts Mrs Hoover eat erf Louts it UK guest of Mrs I M Cevttt J N ColliM MMMfftr 01 tlM- TbealorioM spent Sunday in Polio Pool McKee of Uayneld Visited D B Witoen sad family this week Ptofd Naylor returned Saturday from Lextefton where be has been IH taboos Mrs Chac Case returned to din tort Ihidbfiy aaeadint several daye r Wise ladle BtMdumot has re JuUaPcUtaMet I M Hnbbani returned fcUwtiay fry a vtttt with Mrs W K Sal at olio Try TbreftoMs feting Howe sort time If you ate hungry you wM be tafcoa case of MiK Lena TValktld it hone from Glontler Miss whore she has bear attending school L RG4bbe formerly of this place It reported donferouelr ill t- IlllItoMci Ihi Jut Prairie Mo There It nothing better lor the chicks than my Mo 2 wheat The price la riptC H Moore A M DeBow and J W Morris BirminghamAla SquareDeallongTheIt Fallen win edobrate July the 4th i lust Ftatrfe wffl also celebrate nothingdoingNext to Senator Bradley of Kentucky Sealer Cannon iis said to be the cwsebtBMt tetra to the whole country WAryInlChLfromrie Mo ptomissalfarmer attended the convention m Hickman SaturdayWill Tomnun of pollen candi date for amasser was shaking hands with Hlekaan voters Friday and SaturdayG Jordan hat one load of good sheep for sale meetly good ewes If interested write or calf on him at Iuka Mite Slap Several property owners on Clin ton street are painting and otherwise improving their property Keep the good work going- C G Alexander of near Jordan one of the Couriers good friends was here Saturday to attend theI county convention Mite Llllk Shaw died at her home In Fulton Saturday morning Death consumptionDeceased Mrs R B Johnson and son McKee left Saturday for Nashville BirminghamAla union Did you get stung on the last buggy you bought It wasnt an Anohorthatl the reason Anchor buggies are conceded to be the best on the market Farmers Hardware CoLOST TrustCoon that bank and several notes made to me Liberal reward offer od for their retumOcx HARRIS at Helm Ellisons William Jennings Bryan gave out a statement saying that iif the pub FRyaninNebraskawould tee that the money was re turned The Man up th- eLadder Tit t 1IIltS tlio UeatMilliel utdahtgoi 1 saytullbugMastic Mixed Paint The Kind That Last H Mastic paint hems fnly1 mm UM lwua1arl1 pnlur-IK tftftutiful Aeli h tbat rrUilta ItU blah abeam atI drI rvUUu the satin of Hi tUmtnu hall t teat i 1Jot0ltt1 iwei mmW r chalk 4j wb1tI I mvoiding to UrvcUioM Maitle MIHI Mrm rvjn i iH- 1tltena4 1CASLEL aAULIMSRT CO INC Louisvitir KY rotsSAL S cy HICKMAN DRUG CO Incorporated r TaTlffJltlopteclgoverning the Water and Light Plant Sprink1inhuts for sprinkling from areas and tidewalks shall bf only trom the 1st of May to the 1st of Ntweaaber Iron 7 to sleek In the moraine and from 1 to 2 lit the afternoon and t r S to S efsoefc hi the wining1 Sprinkling most bt chwwly conk to ones own front and not crtntnted atyond the middle of aiMt r and to be wtthta rata mnt be only Uwawgb aa 14 men no The see of a saver taste will sbjsct the party using it to bk rotes Use of a hose wttfcee noaale it pro tokd Garden lawn or yard StKhiVMng te one thing ftiewt Spa tog ta another cal both mnat tot be nttinlged in unttee both paid f r aeon ling to rIIIeI- o Water tor stttWIn melt be ggW fee to advance for the r molts 1111 ami HiewvrV with MIl M inch DOll rant front or boo S SfKlnMwf sired and thttwtlk wttk Hate la huh naesk su t r r f ft Sass ailMiiiil foot seer M- 9prtnktswe vaieJ or urtian with Awepor tears yalsd14 cent aoeafc lIttfimt 14 bath ofdnVc and mtfffvNege forI Those are the season ante suit parties wM state lippial I ottfoo balers 4ftot II the use of rotator Water truss the W Wort Mi MMtraated and pail for II time cartmot net W card with hnsmntty without ks knowledge and COIur Noocanpmnt or senor tfany bnHdwg to whtoh the water totiocjiecd will he allowed to stipnly water to other petioni or i lies or permtt sUture to take hydrant waist hem their premise foMnd tkMg to the swppty will be stepped and UK amount of J mont made ny such owner cr toon pant torfeliodI- War a violation of any of the precotdlng rules and regulate this oanspany rosorvM the rigni to step the supply of wets vet tany proMintoary notice i nor will tt be restored except oo A j mont of the tapenee of hnlthick1 off and taming k wn n WM thus SIM and spin a satiefaotory MNlerttandtof with party that no further awes of complaint shall arise Any ponoa who shaft turn an Ute supply of water withont having Ami obtained a permit to do to from this cowj shaft he s riM 8t to a ftoe of not loss than e nor more tben dollars These extracts lire taken from the Rules and KetjuUd adopted by Ute City of HldrmaH and the only change is wt this company or oampany it Inserted to plaoe of City t cil or Superintendent Parties will please be governedt I ingly Hickman Ice Coal Co Incorporated Wonderful Invention Ever see it Needles Shuttle lint Bobbin tot use In All Makes of Scwlntf Machine This machine will produce a needle or a bobbin to fit any machine made SEE IT Remember we carry a splendid line of furniture and sell at right prices Alao have a well equippc1- undertaking department W f MONTGOMERY tt treys T t rDID YOU KNOW Case will press that suit larl Wiseman is on the sick list C L Price flln Mayfield th week CbttMnbus will have a eelcbratio- tidy 4th Mrs Sam Salmon was very sick tint of this week Say your coat dont flU Take ii- to itt Case the tailor FOR SALE Old papers at thi oftct ISc a hundred Mrs Tern Thomas was on the tick list first of the week Andy Claywell of Covington Tears was here last week ke cream supper at the Courtl jlouM next Thursday night James Crawford of Cayce visited relatives in lIIo man Sunday The little son of Mrs Flora Cole wee sick a few days last week Yesterday was pay day with the N C St L R R employes Mrs Kate Stovall of Jackson Tsui ltiadleila the guest 01 Mrs Maggie Mrs W J Cook and children are pending the week with relatives at ilH1rton jas Mllner of Fulton was this vf k appointed a Notary Public by v Wlllson- Dgnt throw tb old Milt away have it pressed and wear it again Sr Case the tailor Mrs Kmma Ward and baby of Wlfwt Log are the guests ef her oot her Mrs RlI Kirk JJuba Bowden of near Dukedom ln n Is visiting his parents E II bcvden and wife this week The Infant child of Mrs Fore tytfce of East Hlckman has been IMJI for several days this week Mrs T C bondurant and little I fI Mllum ef East Hick man were aite sick a few days last week Miss Sadie Dettre of Philadel phia Pa Is the guest of her old e haoa ate Mrs C F Baltzer In sending in items to this paper pirate name the place your visitor II from and the length of her rtiti Watch for the blue mark on the orner of your paper It meant t hat It will stop If you dont get usy If figures dtat lie three of the elegates at large from Kentucky will be McCreary Beckham and amen Miss Elizabeth Wilson left Wed ctesday fir a several weeks whit with friends InI Wlnge Mayfield and ther points The Church Improvement Society wl the Methodist Church will give an e cream supper at the Court Reuse text Thursday night Miss Adell Arnold of Missouri who has been visiting relatives in Writ HIckman went to Dorena Tees lay to visit her aunt Mrs Mattie Cobb Jeems Long has a mule thirtytwo s tars old Mr Long says he has worked this mule for thirty years iud expects to use him again this summer The river Is still on a stand out will likely rise or fall an inch or two during the next few days How ever no material change In the stage f anticipated Miss Dora Smith County School uperintendent A C Holmes Coun y Surveyor and Floyd Naylor sur eyed a site for a school house on stand No8 yesterday Thursday IDidyou get stung on the lasttt uggy you bought It wasnt an Anchor thats the reason Anchor 4ggies are conceded to be the best a the market Farmers Hardware Co Miss Annie Forbes returned to her home in Hopklnsvllle Wednesday She was a member of the rouse party which was entertained l + t the home of D B Wilson fo vrral days oalder Johnson left Thursday lor Lexington where he places WillI Rudolph in the reform school in thatl lily Rudolph Is a negro and was Convicted of hitting a white boy ii- in in the head In Fulton some time ago = Jl = = For A1 Q14 ii wRG COOS E MF ut the U alhieOuurier omee OH ArgueaAgainst Success IThetrue value of an Idea a Plan or a Shoe is measured i only by actual experience The individual person here and there may criticise but if the great majoritythe great mass stamps it 0 K THEN IT IS0e K Red Cross Shoes Ire O KV LI 3oo 35o = 4oo The immense number of these shoes we take off with the usual request for another pair just like them is unpre cedented in the history of shoe retailing If there is any question In your mind as to the superiority of them buy a pair and find out to your own entire satisfaction Bradley Parham y There will be a meeting of the church members of Hickman Baptist Church at the church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Every memo bet of the church tt earnestly reo quested to be present Mrs Lowery Stone was taken suddenly Friday night with ap chit and carried to the St Joseph Hospital at Nashville Saturday af ternoon for operation She was operated on Saturday night and is now improving rapidly Her hut band Lowery Stone accompanied herThe ladies of the Baptist Ladies Aid Society gave an entertainment Wednesday night in the Court House yard to the members of the Baptist church in Hickman which was well attended Ice cream and cake were served An excellent talk was made by Prof Gabby Everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion When a man makes the air blue with Sunday school words because hit gas engine wont run there isone of two things wrong his engine is either out of fix or be has gasoline that wont test up to the standard The Courier sells gasoline the kind that will stand the test If its our kind you are using fix the engine The International Sunday School convention will convene at Louis vllle June 1823 Representatives from all parts of the United States berpresent A rate of one fare has ben granted by the railroads also a special excursion from Louisville to Mammoth Cave including everything for Sc No time will be lost In bringing out the new coins with the restored pious motto after the president has affixed his name to the bill which he will no doubt do without delay It Iis announced that although the act will not go into effect for 30 days the mint at Philadelphia has already made the necessary changes in its dies so that it can at once be gin to turn out the new coins Mean while about all the godless coins will have been absorbed by the numismatists Dorena Guy Hall went to Hailwell Ky SaturdayJ had business in Char leston and East Prairie last week Sam Lee and wife of Medley ale tended services at Locust Grove SundayMary Polhamus returned Thurs day from an extended visit at East PrairieRev Stonecipher preached an interesting sermon to the people here SundayMiss Marietta Faulks attended services at the Catholic church In Hickman Sunday Frank and George Ashby and W R Slack of Charleston were here on business Friday Mrs M S Ditmore returned to Dyer Tenn Sunday to take charge of her school again A number of the people here at tended the Woodmen Decoration at the city cemetery in Hickman Sun day HomeMade Refrigerator Take two large boxes the second one somewhat smaller on all sides and bore two one inch holes In each correspondingly to give drainage and ventilation Fill up the bottom of the large box with powdered char coal or sawdust if charcoal cannot be procured until the smaller box will stand on a level with the top of the large box Put the inner box in place and fill up all the place around the sides with the charcoal Fatten lids on both boxes to fit tightly On each side of the inner box by means of the cleats put several shelves leaving a space in the cen ter for the ice A rack made of lathing may be laid at the bottom for the ice to rest upon Legs may be added also and the drainage and ventilation in this way be improved The Courier and the weekly Com rnerclal Appeal one year for Sl25 t J Death at Cayce Mrs Nannie Bynum of the Cayce neighborhood died at her home Monday after a long illness of tu berculosis This good woman Is survived by six children two tons and four daughters Will Bynum of Jackson Finley Bynum of Ala bama i Misses Bertha Bynum of Memphis Eliza Bynum of Cayce i Daisy who is with her brother In the south and a married daughter who lives in Missouri Mrs Bynum was a faithful mem ber of the Methodist church and loved by all who knew her We are unable to learn place of burial and who conducted the funer al services Hickman Won One of the most interesting ball games every pulled off on the local grounds was that played by Hickman and a team from Union City Mon dayThe score was 5 to 3 in favor of Hiokman Hickman has enough talent to ore ganize a good amateur team and with the proper encouragement this can be done Such games as that played Mon day deserve better attendance on the part of Hickman fans The star actors in Mondays game for Hickman were Holcombe and Neighbors only one hit being made off of Neighbors and that the first man up in the first Inning Holcombe played his positionsecond base like a professional The Hickman team was composed oft Naylor Neighbors Amberg Holcombe Kirk Dougherty Threl keld Pyle Sexton Union City t Griffin Alexander Harrison Domingus MIlligan Hardy Haws Crockett Pace The Confederate Veterans are holding their eighteenth annual re union at Birmingham Ala this week Hickman is well represented as some 12 or 14 are In attendance f III Gouitr DOC Ttfl OIC EIcw1JG ir YOU WANT 1alting Card ffnaooncemBBta Wedding Invitation Monograms Stationery Etc saa Ha Meeting Closed The revival meeting at the Holi ness Church closed Sunday night with faiily good success There were several conversions and sever at additions were made to the church Rev Speakes had to leave Friday night in order to reach Malden in time to fill his regular appointment there Sunday but Rev Lima re mained and closed the meeting Sun day night He left Monday for Campbell Mo where he and Rev Speakes will hold a revival meeting Notice An examination of applicants for State and county certificates will be held at the Court House on Friday and Saturday Jun 19 and 20 DORA M SMITH Co Supt Christian Church Bible School 9 30 a m Com munion service at 11 00 a m Shade Larde of Water Valley was in Hickman Saturday and Sun day the guest of Miss Azilee Ray Ms If Other Folks Business tI Faj Telephone the news to 21 Court House yard next Thursday night Hem Brown is visiting at State Line this week Guy Ward attended the Gunw Shout at Dyersburg Monday Mrs Kate Siovall of Jackson Is the guest f Mrs Maggie Randle Mrs T T Swayne will entertain the Embroidery Club Friday after noon Miss Inez Luten has returned from Lexinton where she has been in school A E DeBow and Alex Naifeh at- m tended the ReUnion at Birmingham 4 this week Miss Hazel Metheny is visiting Mrs Henry Metheny in Cairo lor- a few weeks t Mrs B Jones and Mrs Granville Hart of Memphis are the guests of Mrs R T Tyler Mr Wheeler and wife of the State Line neighborhood were in the city Saturday Misses Ethel and Mayme Naylor left Wednesday on a visit to Miss Johnson at Nashville IPruslng and cleaning of all kinds Casea specialty the tailor on Clinton street Tetleys Tea at Moores WhenF the best tea costs less than a half cent a cup why not have it Dr H C Butt of Friars Point Miss is the guest of George Helm and other relatives here this week sp If you use a pulverized or groundrcoffee you can get an extra fine one J from C H Moore at 25c per pound Jas Milner Fulton countys popu lar Commissioner transacted busi nets in Hickman Friday and Satur day Miss Utie Parham returned Wed nesday from Ackerman Miss where t she has been the last season trim mingMrs W A Johnston and chit dren are spending a few days in h Brownsville with relatives this w week1sMonday evening Miss Bettie De Bow entertained Miss Mabel Wilson and visitors Misses Forbes and Murphy at six oclock dinner Tuesday evening Mrs Nannie KIngmin entertained a few friends in honor of Miss Louise AtwoodrCharlotte masse and cake were served Than Rogers Nic Holcombe Ben Hale C L Walker and Hollis Kirk went on a fishing trip Wednes day on the Ruth They went to ti Mnbel and from there drove to No 9 LakeIf dont like the tone of this i I paper tell us in a letter containing a dollar bill the price of a years subscription Otherwise keep still as it is none of your darned busi ness The Daughters of the Confederacy 9 met with Mrs C P Shumate Tues day morning Mrs J W Powell wrote an interesting article on an Incident that happened in her family during the war which was read by Mrs Maggie Randle Mrs C L Walker gave a reading on Gen Lee On Tuesday afternoon Mrs Nan nie Kingman was the hostess of a party given in honor of Mrs Porter Shumate There were six tables four of euchre and two of raffles Mrs Pearl Roberts served frappe in the hall as the guests arrived and later charlotte rouse and cake were servedAfter a long life of 77 years Miss Frances Herring expired at her home near Fulton Sunday morning of the infirmities incident to extreme nge The latter years of her life were clouded with much suffering and through her long illness she was II- an example of Christian fortitude Four brothers survive her James Robert William and Claudis Herr ing On Sunday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage in Union City Miss Ida White and Mr Luther Morrow were married much to the surprise of their many friendsi KalcBConnorto Union City returning that even ing Mrs Morrow is a daughter ofIJ I W White the well known merchant of West Hickman and a very popular girl Mr Morrow was reared near Mabel Ky but has been living here the last three yearsff md has made many friends Mrs s Morrow is seventeen years old and the groom nineteen The Courier with their many friends extend the young couple their heartiest congratulation i L rikj i r 1v l hiI1h Il- M IIH = z I 2 P u iii IQ 0 F a 8Q 1 ccy- e c C tk m j C JC a af TIco t VP c mZ z H- bI rJ4rbI rrl r I P1- I c = 7- fs i i 0r 41I d I v- a I 1 s r III JJ eii J c 0 iu ii OAO= y 2 0CC Ro Z3 e a t t S cIuuI11a0aA l ft o1 wriru t AfA ITMhj urr rar JJ CJ CJ 1rMn L 11 0 OJ 0 S SP 43tv c c 0 P 5 dM vw I- c OJ 1Jc- O 5 E E Ba OJ du V O OJCc0oW d nsOc d IOJOcVc en coWcO 0 V 8S t c BE c BoWES Ins v0 c Ec Ac w C CO ns bOct1 t bOaC1c ns w rdj VoW 0 Cs0en en rnQJOc Sen en crwiPov Ub- D Q CI V Croc3- vEgo3 OJ wwCO0U rn 1- 1cencC U roccoW 0y0 crc iE3 U- JsEdJ0QJ U 1- V c COLO 1 JjflO r rog s N1Cro TJ C1 b a 0- v5 0 JoW II- IC 3 Q bO oco en Cf tiwfl ro ijoJc en cc ns drnenVen w Vt1 0OoQ C 3 oWJ o i ons Q Pt Lrpv c 0 o s Cy c = =cO 1 1 I Iv H fJv tir c C1go 2s 8 db- O CO UJ- c 0 j 2 en EL1QJ ns pJ Oc tlcJo QJU0QJ s C1J o cr raIO v en oW J1fJal QJ bo9 fJc- O 1 9 dV w- Mv tns Cs C- OsoE rau bO 0QcO c 5Vs E g gc u OJ 1- 1coo 0 d cOOJ c in d fcO cOcr en PI-w w U t uc3 Al QJc coW l s gCQvbi o 6ea a 1 ae a i 1 a 1i I If i ov4 C 0 i iUt f I 1 iiM 3 wt0 I Iij 5IJi F d 1 i icE 4 co d t5 t C bi4N aCI 3MhJ J 0t4 3- it CCdjM 0 t I MI E 1 ro- uu I f U i tSy N itSIISQ vLiill Q m fi I I v 6 C20JIl 0JJ C1J cr IHi OOWUUUU OUUUUIU U of enc w 1O CD O IQ CI tf IOOOO IO 00 O it ir SC t i C 1e c 2 i1t rINNiIt I I I I I t I w f tII I II I iiiI 2I tlcJfJ e0II H III blIIfl t I 1 Q0II t I J aMLUi I l i a waI i I uc I w Eu zUIII t rn CI n 8 a LUbtt cu- I u CO u I oJu J c C I0DgLL 1 1u a a 0 1as1f oC lISx II u u U I J voO 10010100 0 00= Nr4NMtA LO JJ JJJZ uuu uuuuw Ouuuu S Q 10 CO 00 CO Or1AC9 en II 8 NNNNlr4I4 4 r 1 III I i t III I I IEIbOI I W Cd i o J r I IluaI CO bI of I u I I gtSI I y = toC N EOA t nU WIJ t if U Q A 8 f g j E igCJ cc uICA 3 iU U C 3 tScenpQ p UC Q tS 0 gII u oJno 0 cQC a oc Cc r1a I cu a uc cct3 V4 D I u u c 0I J a u Jl8 j 0 3t 0 0 10 = xC xL1 UQA NrICiC uuuuuuuuu I u uuouuw v aQ9M 0 tn at rl- I HlOdOlOOiOOOi enrn I I 14I j I 4j I 4- I Zc I I leeII I I I OIJ ItL0I I I J I HtS I rz 11 I IfI I i iLf i I o CO uaI t I jt tII I a cc- uc a N X u o rn 0 lIS Uo II 0 W4 tIJ c = 0 0 2 CD oSUQ Ruva = l = ai 111 CCQu CQ I II- IccQ U cO otux oyI CO1IS2 LO a eoa f3 c irI 0- r 4JQop5 a 0 2 CQ aC15cQ a CQ U ccE Z D t c c c II uO u c N x 2 x1n asAnaLO 14 LO 1 1 a a cn W 1 8 i l = II 0 S GO P 8ca tit 5 J z i Iii 8 8ci MGO i Lj ii H 1c1 1 a i YIH 8I8Itc 1 c m 0 I x 44i 1 4- 4 i = tS jJ oX 1CI l t 1IjiCO 3s11 Ix J11 3 U U tc1 i1 lx1r- M I t i ifi yff = i j C J 11Iti t i 1U 0 Ju hwu I C64 ti wM 8 t d1j d IaJ ocO i It 0 C 4hJ itICC 8 N 1ft J 101 r ifiUa 0e IIf co M fJjuj 8 hriulul nfA M N M1 nn 1 I t l I r xn11ywwn mow 1Pr t LJLIP k I U a a a u OOO CJ CJ CJ Q Wu 0uo Ooi 0i- ii i i iI uJJW I KrI I I fI fI it i t I i i I n I ttN 5 I 111 I 1 iIi I j jI1 I c fu c Z3o Ittj I I caa Ou Nff Ji b I- ge IiI i I Irt oWNU I N N r1f It- J4 3 uor iQrIA 0 I ja IS i i idc3t0 dJ fo iu III u 5t r 1 e no x II i 01 en4 i enr trr i f I I It I 14ui I ft I i i t I i Ii 6i I I I 1 1iI i i i i tOIu t t I 8 C r j I 1 IIja 11t itt i =c I P4 I 1rI 1 eI 1 1 1e U NIr FIt U + i M lit i 11 itLIOI t Co 1 c 8 I s I 0- II 1 i j 1 1 JE 13 1 90 Id 1 u i 3 J I j atdlQbAbQS NIU CJ Q NwtjA4 1 IC Q C 5 05s S v c 5 tJA4C1J c Cro C taJ t 00 0 on OU 1L1o c c JUJ SO W J1 o x1E0 uen w VtUC v CoW 3n tj CJ oWS ro a oco c Q 0 0ulOrDo Q tL V Q 5 SSc J 4f4 Jo4 c Jtj 0 e C CJ CJU oW en CJ II Sd0CQ b U It Sg N CJ u Io o It 0 iG g = an 2 V3 JJ r I o t3 C C9 o o Ceo O O LQLQuo 3- u4 p1 r lit tj C 0 t C s 0uo Ha ClitcoW m UJ LQ g 7 F4s CS1UJc ic cr = e- ex bO = 0 G t k C I tIJ Q3O o VJ11 tua E Q 0roN fj4C a C ac i It L r tiI1tn 4J I CQ JU Q lite 3 u CWC O c di t jc 8c S c u 2 S HoiOJV Q u 5 ro v C uaro 3NLn U It1 pCl a o C J L vi ftie u lit CW en u = EJJ H III tie= b b u CQen eIII CQ lI- SIeac aro 3 lit lit cII- C aro JSn I IIu lit Wetie 3 mC FtIiW rtea It oW W d 1- ISfen= I lit u W 0cwm u = rYu-cw E CE= aG3 CtJlcE lit Cfldora= e3 Ejt 00 GA iIv u = v vug u ao atwa oN e Mvu- pIt ti 1 2o 0 CO CQ 1litee i H II eU iii J 1 e jj- H t i i i lIS 1CI I i 1 jjci = WQ J JJlISi il cu1lcliI JI claJ 51 It oX- l j JS 0 04 11 J C ft cJO 11it jkJjIJJxi i I i 1 J jj 2 ig ti5 i iI1A w a x5tavvJ x JC N I 8 S YnYilk- YMrD00PJI Jl v r M U Id i JI l g U 0 t artIs fIf04 Jlif04 I I 5ISI toll S i vsJs- i g r rItil i I 1 i 1 CI I1 go 1 i I aii i 1 1o i I IIId 1r11 P4 d t j Id j i 1l i i l4i I fdNr N 0 1 1 YJFw uI IIt IQ Id 0 Ie H j1 Q u Vt II U In JFuJ u L j 1 H 1 IJC en i too I i o Yi J1 Hi m bdtj JC 11 Q rl 1 1 1 ifl 1 lh 1 a f = 88 8 en 4 t N 1 CI i i i rNa sCJ CJ o U o o- CO O O1 tl soj 146 i J j t i iII I Qmi i i iIj1 f i t H 41HI I I fi 1 1 i f J9poofwcni I 1 en 0 0 Mji udI W Z e = 4 UIIIct 1 n en c 14 o ED i 1 t z c BC 01II i c t4 LU- r JIA I t 1 1en U ICOI 5 i 8 o N II i5 Is 81 GapOL ps Zx a UJ C1JZ 11I0o o w a to CfJ i lr I e O f v tfJQZ ti cnO 3 vIffj i Z Z 121- 4E v l WsCLHMi i NV C Js III C4tfJJIj eX rn UJ t i Z i u 1 0Qn 14 Ie CO J li1 11 NN VJ Ja J4n vov J8It tot r i roen sd Z t 11r1 M= n888iNNN t NM o 0101t1001001O10 mrICQrIt N 00C 0 bJ I I I I LUII I I I i = 110 I Co tIU 1 0II Do ns 1 J- flitJ i I II i I I- SIJIu C u J Hi Sro = m IIo l 13 I upo 01 u o r IwiI ucII 0 J J J 0 = i j 0lISE i0JuJ lit foI 0i 8 is g Ci ilwil l fll5 ffll5 JftS C I Ie 00u e Q cL4 I yVaE tI 14UftS lIS t It ftS Co U t 1 we In n a lit u u u i0- v I iiue uo o oroa aEOEEjjjjj 0 eff f fe lV i CU I I+ V- rC W r- VaaFawaaaaa4i M 0i aJ V- M U5ifIOUUUUo CJIn0+ 2 M 0 7 0 AliO j t i I t I O I j t Li U s- FH ZI U1 IHJI i I 1 I I 1r c II o 1 r I i z 1 1 111ii t I t ttfJ Jii i Z i tQa g Nii i t WFp1ijiJIA i i JJIA i = CO II u o Jhb x = W 9 I i4 F4 1 fcEZ gfggN roX 5 1i I1AfI4rt Z w N- otl 60 60 4 U UJM i J JftfJ I = 101qacI 0CI N ixi I i fijI j i J i 1 i i i i i e I J lltu 1 i I ItIJ i iI t I ii j jJr = i 2 1 ItIJi illat w = cildld III i i i i utf w F- u 1IVtfJI t1 J 1 i 2JJ Idll 9 3lS S 3 LI3jji N j 1Itii H tfilfw stht1 UJ t 0 1 atJa ij o t xa h MO MrA u lI- t p S tN ry- iit Pl t M a M 0PI 1 r o co t 1I4 1 I 3IOOt 1 i srno- rL 0c tot L fJ M is e S Q U 5ttIoJt u Orts V I r ts Q riQijh b w W c- r f e aC7 r a f i M o r IF J to 8Z Al ZHAC H 1 I M o H J I r I rV I r I 11- Nw Lbwjsj w w o DOoHz u 41 0 Aa gu3aIt u o M y x w U I 22 P u u 3 = 5 cc a- ut = off Pu E V01pSaw- Y r r A 4- M 4d y f y oII hw- tt 1iqL 7 N Come to theme w si novation Fount i Forlt N Delicious Drinks And Sundaes s Egg Drinks a SpeciaLty p Hickman Drug Company Incorporated THE HICKMAN COURIER r W 4i rn Ktsticky Uk Ule Dew W O SPUR end J 0 BESTON Editor and Proprietor i L ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADYAJfCK =c Entered at the HJckmaB KMiwk VMtomce M ieooad laii mall matter 3i l Fridag June 1211 1908 x333333333333Y- a WI y 9 =U =n rw ti IU 41 W l1 I nr wS swN rl NWIJ w tlllC4IIEI1l L 1lIt fII a Strengthen the Ties Harmony in the party fe the watchword in all of the oounty convention SaturdayKenlon y + sending oepteillh delegations This is a great con vast to the ao tion of the Republican conventions in which a county that did not send t up a contest was a cease of com mentHarmony in the party is a neces duty if the principles of the party an to have any influence in the af fairs of the 9nte and nation We al not want the ideas in government for which the party fans stood forever token by the enemy end have legislation toem referred to as the bucdin mplilbed party Iis the t sole cayi t in Kentucky lst year and will endanger success in every election hereafter not only m national but also in state and c unly elections Fairness and equal tights must revaild when the standard bear ers arohoseii let them receive a united support from the party and the result Is certain Let ettry Dome fraL attend the oonventione the primaries and the elections and if t hie personal chelae is not the choice cl the majority nevertheless tet him be faithful and the principles of the parly which are greater than any individual will succeed No man when absent has a right tv say Look what they have done sayLooki Bold Burglar One of the large plate glasses of Naifeh Bros dry good store was smashed Saturday night after mid i night and three pairs of shots taken from the show window two pairs tan size 6 12 one pair patent leather oxfords size 8 Two large holes were made at the bottom of the big glass by bricks being thrown through which were found in the show window Nothing was known 01 the robbery until Sunday morn ing and no clue could be found which might lead to the arrest of the thieves Fulton Leader It will be remembered that these gentlemen purchased this store two byParisNaifeh First Methodist Church h i Rev J W Waters will have for I J biz subject next Sunday at 11 a m The Etfolc ofagusiness and at 8 p mV The Realm of Silence All are fnvltedito be present to- hear ti eaesubtectsdiscussed Grocer3eatr 1 1 JIo too Court Mouse News todrwd ir ear er ealrt UAL ESTATE TRAKSPKKS The deed giving the N C St LL rlght of way ever Broadway and other streets in Wilt Hickman WAS recorded this week Yes Kelly to T C Kelly land In upper bottom 1000 C W Miles to G S Miles land WJ5 N B Morris et al to Ima L Nix land west of Fulton 250 OOUXTY COURT The regular term of the Fulton County court was held Monday and the most Iimportant business trans acted is as follows Dr X A Napier was appointed administrator of the estate of J M McAdoo C E Rice R M Chownlng and P H Weak were appointed to appraise estate of the deceased The N C St L R R was granted permission to change location of the Dyorsburg road to enable the raft rood to come into Hickman The safiread Is ta pay aK damages to the ohangeoneand grade said read as far as It may change the location of sold toad A road petition was lied by thir teen landowners making a public road of the rood now running from Ruth Creek bridge to the residence of D D Davis Two new voting predncts in the county were createdone at State Line and one in West Hiokman The boundaries ot these precincts will be printed ut the Courier In next few weeks The Sheriffs Battlement with Fjil ton county was aaoArmod and ordered recordedThe fiduciary settle meets were confirmed J W Thomas Guardian far May me Brawn J T Little Guardian for Nina and Ultba Ktmbro B 0 Bondurant Guardian for Ed ward and Willie May Lannom Lucy M Burnett Guardian for Willie May Burnett Mrs A L Martin Guardian for Eunice Meacham- W T Rood Administrator for W P CarpenterThe Fiduciary settle msnts wore Mod and laid over JO days for exceptions J M Hubbard Guardian for Ruth May Anderson CoyleWadeWadeJ Wade Administrator for W II Wade J Miss Helen Murphy left last night for her home in Vinton Iowa after an extended visit with the family of D B Wilson Engraved cards and embossed stationery and cards of every de soription at this offioe rAAMAAAAAAAAAAAA We44- MihiGt9 i EwMaple Flooring and DeilinyJ Lrc UI naura IOn your WIt 2 JHcMurray Bros Hickman 1 hrrmtvvdrntraymntrtrtlrrrb Heard In The Crowd I Tel No 4 for groceries Threlkelds for hot and cold lunchesIra Green was In Union City Monday Guy Freeman of Fuilorjfips here Saturday Leonard Reeves was In Union City Sunday Mrs I Q Price was its Union City Monday Orvllle Kerr of Columbus was here Tuesday Clothes gleaned and pressed while you wattCase the tailor Have you tried Beech Nut Brand Peanut Butter C H Moore That good coffee you had last time came from Bettcrsworth Pra thersFOR SALE Jersey oew and fine young oalf Apply lat L- Rose 52Jp Ernest King and wife ate whiting relatives in Clayton Temt thu weekMrs Harry ThreldkeW returned Monday from a visit ta union City relativesMiss Roper of Shook Switch visited MVse Annie Lee Brown all Fast week Miss Sadie Amberg Is visiting Gee Wade and wife at Memphis this week Rob Dougherty of Cairn Is visit ing his mother Mrs Nannie Par ham this week S L Dodd returned Monday from a visit to George Wade and wife at Memphis Crushed Oyster Shells Grit Wheat Chops Purina Chick feed at C H Moores Paul MoKeel returned toayftcld Tuesday after a short visit to D B Wilson and family Mine Settle DavIs has returned to her home at Fulton after a visit to Miss Liwie Corum Miss Mallle DeBow llsr visiting Miss Mayme Brevard at iJrcvards Crossing this week Mrs Elm Garth Jones of Mem phlstil visiting her sister Mrs Emma Garth Stephens Sam Salmon has returned from Hates Point Tenn an bnnneM for the Mengel Box Company If its in the grocery line we can soil It as cheap and as good as any body Betterswortb It Prather lOc will buy a twopound can of choice Union City tomatoes at our store Bettcrsworth Prattler Co Land Davis will give an ice cream supper and bran dance Sat urday night near corporation bridge Bradley Bros of Columbus Kf made an assignment this week Their indebtedness amounts la about S 300STATEDTwoyear old brindle heifer oalf Mark hole in right JCookIf you get a sample copy of the Courier it fe an invitation to sub scribe The Courier and Commer cialAppeal year for 125 Misses Fannie Brasflelti and Car rie Burrus of Woodland and Miss Blgie Clark of state Line are the guests of Mrs Don Corum Misses Katharine Mayas and Lu clle Posey returned Tuesday after noon to Union City after a visit to Misses Lillian Choate Maggie Lee Rice and Nell Bondurant Miss Mena Diestelbrink left Sat urday for a few days visit in Rook goclloChicagoShe will return to Hickman this fall and resume her music class When buying flour be sure that you get the genuine Star lour made by Besheres Jackson at Columbus Because this flour is so well liked in Hickman several others reputation Swayne Walker took a large party of the younger crowd out In the launch Ruth Sunday in honor of the viiiting girls Misses Liverne Cheek of Fulton Lucile Posey and and Katharine Mayes of Union City C L Walker and wife chaperoned the crowd Mary Elizabeth the eighteen months old baby of Will Garrett and wife died Friday night of summer complaint The baby was taken sick on Wednesday just being sick a little over two days The remains were carried to Humboldt Saturday for Interment The Cour ier with many friends extend con dolence to the Dcreavcd parents i a JriiiDrubs This iis a month when many drug store items are apt la be needed You may get along without them but It dfesnH pay to do it House cleaning will create a need for borax and ammonia Protection for furs and wool ens will require camphor gum and moth belie- Dlsinfeatants l will be needed to destroy the lurking germs of disease and deoay We are always supplied and want to supply you Can give you information as to their use and the prices are always sntttfastoryflelm Ellison Hickman College Commencement With the commencement exercises of Friday night another very sue HtghSehoelThese exercises were held at the Court House and as usual a large crowd of patrons and these mterts ed in the work of education so sue cessfully carried on by Prof B P Gabby and his abh assistants were present The fact r that our ram bylathe interest taken in the advancement of our public school interests AU should be interested in the work of education Anything pertanln tto the advancement of this cause should have the cooperation of every citizen We doubt if there is a better high school in the stale than the Htekmaa College and pleased to sate the general Interest takes The number of graduates from the senior date this year was tame smaller than uswlM41 are Wlw Ltxtie Corum Miss Kate Conner and Harold DeBow Thursday evening the Amatear Musical Crab pave musfoale hi eon nsotion with the coramentement and Friday evening the regular ex ercisee were held Following U the program y utt tblM Jl t adaeiaa o saslorws l KIwI Ia1 1rrtlt teeeles- K mWa enslwr Amer Gill in- rt = ap- wliw ttn WarIredJWhikhraMlw Thoto who took part in rendering the program somrittcxi themselves creditably good Mrs Comm won the seoforswip this yeara handsome gift from our fellow dUM i L Dodde grvea to the one making the heel grade Prof Gabby hoe proves an earnest worker IIn his oflorts to give Hick man one of the very best soheeli IIn In Wostern Jtlltbak and together with a crop of able assttiantt de sons muck praise for the stHjeow ItlghtrplcAlOIIended Alumni Banquet Some twentylive members of the Hickman Cottage Alumni wore on tertained Tuesday night at the La Clede Hotel This years enter tainment was an novation over pre vious similar ocoaiiotw as those in attendance were all graduates of Hickman College Bach had followed the same paths all had met lifes battles equals in equipment and comrades in the ranks Such community of interests are neces sarily followed by good fellowship and pleasant reminiscences there fore in this respect the evening proved a rare success cxaggCr1tion of a Parisian connoisseur When the chairs had been pushed back and sippingtheDillonToastmaster by and various members of different classes for a few appropriate re marks Among the addretses were AmbergMessrsFleming and Toastmaster Dillion Officers for the succeeding year were elected H A DeBow was CavittViceprelldent AnnieEllisonwhohaveduties as officers of the Association n for the past year resigned 1 That intimacy and goodwill which may have become dim by inter vening ycf and other Interests Pbcntx like simultaneously prang iinto existence good night words were spoken the old phrase I have had such a pleasant evening which is too often a sten cUed out true as steel U was peasant evening A SteepleGill tonden I taring recohIoiJ no re pllM to hOt ehnllcAxo for a steei4o- or I rlilmnoj olltnblm eumpotltlon with any alrl under 18 years ot axe Ljrdla Aklen the 16 rentold Ledsesler girl tceplojftok eisilmi to be tim sham pion dart ste rivMok In the world Lydia reoantlr aUmtxxt arid winked Near the Top of a TaM Chimney around tile tel ee ft IIMt ettlmney She thinks ltU of aeeelpitiIn a teat the fiery UwMiRht f whisk WMM eanae thovMmts et men M thwMffr AmitgaraettU are being pride for Idi1 oMnab a ehlouuq near Utcr past which Is over 4M lest blab And one of the tnWeH M the country OIl UIk oomclen her a cat ties Matt la laW will be reeoHvd hf the bteieti A Pertinent Question You fever the Jfeeerjr that Mara U tah Mte4r Yes iMweted the pre ttvxw It has been Uo sebteet at soot of ray meet latomtlnc RrtioJoi Bat do you favor H w e ooUoUst or a a literary dswr THK SAMBO Down In Kawiua N FH there is a constdimble intermingling race w that there are very many familira which have an infusion of negro blood in their veins With eotne of the rraWonU it iis very hard to sir teat any negro in their features at ill alUtowgh tidily may bo in some part blaoJc Of COUMO there are eaters who skew Owlr snotty very plslaljrSfifAkJng one day about another resident a KOMAH nun said eawal lyI Oh hes a Sambo It was a now phrase to the hearer anti he eked tVhata a Sambo 1 That is a scan who Iis Uir HHar lets Maek Hes UM wn of a black- man and a feilfwhito woman where- father wi white and k4U mother WeakNoa York Sun w iHwrijiff enMetf think Iis a fool lab oxpmslan dont van think r- Yw I dont think the married man is usually too busy hearing his wife think to hear himself think Houston Post ii ie n neIce Cream II The most delicious of all things is a plate of toe Cream No one needs to be told that Then when that dellotous Ice Cream Is added to one of our luscious fruity sodas It is quite beyond our Imagination how to think of anything more pleasing or satisfying Try one and you will think the same Any flavor you want I Oc Glass Helm Ellison eOOpOCCSOOSOOOCOOOOOCOOOOo n A Splendid Essay tiu lIaabethur torian of the ltickmanIedg graduating class lh ConrFridayI nble article anti wilt be rr crldlt by hose who did not etIir al the exuclaesb t101 The history of Isbiographyi v opinion Is In one Ofotw sueronetheworld times maybe llkeaed V1 t to dry i10 r e waiting or the HRbtaier out trI heaven to kindle it The 8eatwith his free lore dineo1 lId hgbtcuhisI 0101 R which all can believe Tffrwrt rahasindspetsesilkhis u 11 apoahIn whenland rJlf the call theCromwellto k Hberyty inviolate mid wre ot 4W dilioncountry Allied with tender inert i Af the sacred Ml MUI IlegendsMbystrengthened his hold wpM thr limb heart and his seine wmfas It bright star in Hnghwli tII while those attempting to un v will mourder in foreotttn t with their memories vmnishr everIn the 18th century wbr world pasted Into a moraly1 the saintly Wesley with tail il glowing heart with the twrl In tears that were Iii It sumnmiia s righkxurHislen WI desert world but 10or p land proved expletive powder t ed heaven high and shone ant t1 parts of the world Likewise to our felled WihM ton the Father e t a nnUon buffdenlfoarnetieaalfty Ilr 11 than all other staidsea put gether smtehed vottcy from alett s secured peaoe between the I factions of that day heW the strwgRkPrance e I spect for tar and the new ment and grandly taught the of devotion to union sad to tar stitutlon during the ant r t years of ear RaUen whe our Arr taD fathers spurned from the is of their motheroouslr r and r IP by the convuliloas ff revoiuti tried the erperirawt of eroctur Independaot gaverraeni Nov today while threaii i stormeiouds of earropttoa err t us Folk Roosevelt and Brym their political repatat4M M s1 t as stars answer the cal with 4 done and trust Their love uI r is strong their love of liberty ilf er their nosing toe Aura rs shaken Let their names t most ilmstrtous borne by atw citisens for they are standmc for law liberty and fre4on M000000 of people en4owei wu splendid faculties with a irultI tatt glery whtoh Is the envy b world with an hitmcc future i them with eyes raW M the oil heavens and to Ute Mrttt beneath the oonopy of the skiei II ss = t t H1 A5 ran wMrelirtStnyMrw My fellow dasematM b41f t for the eolt to dety oooMue future at In Ute aast Theauresr- off heroes are honest ouceesf brave men wbo have more rn lion to their hearts than othft and you cannot build an oditx rapt by plummet and level as Tlt angles to one another A hr wishes not to taste sweet thioj ta do noble things and yaorwil swer the call for No sisM tit es4 r N 80 Four H Qed W IMn t will 4u17ONDOA10Wibet- The t rwtlb epftM I eau Tuesdays storm bcuulht t section a rare Wrd In the weu did the storm from the eouii e weeks ago today It te very able that the birds which f A here Tuesday were the tam T were here two wcek aro ArC what is known In aeolotfy stilt The legs and bill are rem ably lonG and the feet are wn slighty They are seacoast ii and were blown here during e One was killed near HUll 3- Pikers arm Portagev4lle Cr 1 Piles are easily and quickly tr as ed with Dr Shocps Magic I ment To prove it I will m l small trial box as a convmcu If Simply address Dr Shoop kt sir WIs I surely would notI free unless I was certain that I Shoops Magic Ointment would MIt the lest Remember It IIJDIlcit n pressly and alone for swollwii p1I1 ful bleeding or itchIop piles rnbe external or internall L3rgc jar u Sold by all dealersl V I 1 p 4Li rt J b j Qld Man J6 you know that the best class of laundry wearers are glvJnf tfieif work to the 0 K Steam Laundry of Fulton Why Simply because the cost is no more than you would pay to some other laundry who turn out sawedge col 1lan and yellow dirty looking garments The laundr I repre sent gives your work that pearly white color so much appreci t Atetlly the genteel dresser It costs no morewhy not have It I deliver laundry in city also call for it The f agency IsI at the store of Smith Amberg FRANK SMITH Agent L1 yOw V4 QU lttj JJ 100 I GoldI00r rtcf airfn a Use of English words trade up of reletters in IFJtENCH MARKET COFFEE W listtsrxoWt of alder vsJuable presents wjjl be given tree to contest sew Per let of prosonU ami particulars regard 1 shot oak your grocer or write ta f TMCNTrat1taS n NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO LTD t f 11rNRW ORLEANS wdltlnKTtor w and all 11wets towaBIMkf do r Dyers of Defective Plumbing st l Defective phunblng permit the entrap e bride t Into the heutr of server Arse booing erau tot tm c4tsgiwls dbetaen to which the IWMMN srsM I ruddy MKWWM o Is Your Plumbing System Defective ti dSewer Ell if net f JomrHy geMriMl IM efre MWIr INK k i fitqurnUy CTMioJ the plaaiteg tfMssa wWrin she him aawl alert the ronnicniiihjough Wecsl onsets IL If Lr COTTON ADAMSJ Itt t HI Vic KirK Married MrIrkdtySI ti t alt0iJ I TV trite had been touching srV 4t Melroseand incldently tca alm of 160 acres of fine la near that city It was at this Ipice that she met Dr Jeterher atanity wiiich later culminated InI btlr happy marriage Mrs Jeter is too well known here 4 to need any eulogy from the Cour Icf j sufficco say that she Is a laity tit culture and held high in esteem by her many friends here and else IIwhere Jeter is a practicing physi td reputed to be a gentleman i landing in business circles r ana Mrs Jeter will make to li ltsro kose in Texas PtTt a art Quickly check Itwith lit AIis Magic Olnt inert To I Ix111 mail a lestit f address Ls bop Racine wit 1 surely wouM not send It t finles I was certain that Dr iiiw m s Magic Ointment would stand j exIfeeding or itching piles either f tai or internal Large jar SOc 11vptr 1 if by all dealers j Trytfc Couriers Want Column f JI A f H1 l llf Ii II FRENCH MAT GOFFEE I M The riot linger eYi k wt vat af- f Aa 1Lltrs IMl tAts bN It- oset tut Ilblaeatds rw4ri ass MIll sat oxR8MtfM of OM JTtflnsatktt lo MfMir the J1M age tlse If you are in doubt cwiimh w re tgtile pipha6ialso tt flf tIN fistorts with I StamtHxT Porct 0 UU BsMmoW WIN which Is dwwWgeI the dot Ni lry et11111 + mart I the warN I I = I Mark Twain on MontIMark Twain said that the finan cial panic has caused a wrong idea of the use and value of money The spendthrift says that money being round was made to rollII The miser says that being flat it is made to stack up Both are wrongI Strangely wrong too in theirI ideas about money are the veteran Australian gold diggers These simple old fellows though worth- perhapa a half million or more live in the simple dugouts and shantf of their lean early slays Once lecturiig I landed at a Australian port There was no po ter in sight to carry my luggage Seeing a roughlooking old fellow leaning against a post with his hands in his pockets I beckoned to him said iSee here if you carry these bags up to the hotel Ill give yo half a crown The man scowled at me He took three or four gold sovereigns from his pocket thietr them into t sea scowled at me again and walkt ed away without a word A Happy Mother- will ets that her why U property NrtdI orIndo llilun good imrvntlv U nernrMany Imlilo miner troll worm and theIrv mother doiit know nU your Iwliy U it ttldl and diwint IM nl iiltihtn II IiI IfoUhliHl with worm WlilloHi Urvs I it Vriiilfum wlllelcart Mit UIIoct worm Inn mild plrawnt will Oncu Irltnlalwnyi lued titreItatriall lrlc Scout Hold by UowtfllU Druf Store lea A 111 I1111uu 1 r tri 4 i k host Jlii wcot1bliUoI I J r ouriers ome rcfe i t J TUB BVEKIHO LAMP trow- IWt ll the tine when tlii Hnin- tifnip U- llBlitwl miOitntli emit nmml II the bouMlmltl MI imr trotschool Wed from piar situ muss toll rcunllrd lo roil till the mend nmn timMMIII wIIIWp perIltISlow viijoyliiir lilt moment orinlMire in totlearateIrrwullnplrniureou tulle Loth who run Nay lip UII OustMWIIIIHL i ilrviMxl Ht nml- Ijr btdile hint U knlttltiR th cunMiiK Itsolbyweefeet n MIW quISllT klttlllit lilt siwllee1sa ThealoekPtiteirlonlIQlbnehelvht P iiilistJ1tnIl liitI drIleM 1 Uaulo awel IelewteellltleIralu II tit IrWlHllaatt to kar- asd UrIitolINawsy NWw- ill It HI IH a- WWII palft enjoy llyW1 t wleilWawltkWlltetienL Ater twic of ladies who is odti1H11 mony with the adne lfsi MW leap year gives her was handed a testament by her father with the leaf turned down at the following passage He who giveth in marriage doelh well but he who giveth not in marriage doeth better She immediately returned it with the fol lowing reply written underneath Dear father I are content U do wall let those tiet better who can ttIAWAY PROM HOME To a young man away from home friendless and forlorn In a great city the hours of peril are those between sunset and bedtime The moon and stars see more evil in a single hour ttuu the sun in a whole days cir cult The pouts visions of evening art all compact of tender and sooth ing images It brings the wanderer to his home the child to its mothers arms and the ox to Iii stall and weary laborer to his rest But to the tender hearted youth who Is thnwn upon the rocks of a pitiless city and stands homeless among a A thousand homes It the approach of evening brings with It an aching sense of loneliness and desolation which comes down on the spirit like darkness upon the earth In this mood his best impulses become a snare to him and he tiled estray because he is social affectionate sympathetic and warm hearted If there be a young man thus cir cumstanced who is a reader of this department let MS say to him that books are the friends of friendless and that a wisely selected library iis the home of homeless A taste for reading will always carry you to converse with those who will in struct you by their wisdom and charm you by their wit who soothe you when fretted refresh you when weary counsel you when perplexed and sympathise with you at all times In the middle ages evil spirits were driven away by bell book and candle In this age we need but two of these agents a good book and a candle HOME ACCOMfUSHUEHTt Accomplishments We like such sentiment and we like too spirit that dares speak out for the right in this overaocomplishsd age A woman who fails in her home fall in all Horne is womans realm given Into her hands to regulate govern and beautify If she fails here she may look in vain for an other kingdom j for she has felled iin the only spot where she could hav ultimately succeeded She has laid down the jewels which God gave her to brighten and polish and in their places finds nothing but dust and solos It is a conceded fact that there is no evil without a remedy 1and it becomes us to inquire where is the evil and that is the cure dcvotodiyn wiferthoughtlessly of the responsibilities which her position involves She marries with an honest desire t make her home a happy one but not being clad in the armor of well1 drilled housekeeper she tails He powerui day by day she utter un fitness for her station until at last she despairs of ever making a cheer ful home for her husband heIs the young wife to blame We think the fault is further back Just as a twig is bent the trees inclined but the twig cannot bend itself If it inclines in the wron direction the fault must be in the itIrEvery mother shouhl teach her daughter just as she would desire some other mothers daughter taught that is to become the wift of her IUIon Give her if you can a know IJoH now I wouldDfv boots for they cantv l i rNfy an u lta Buy Hair fitAuction I iI i At any rate you seem to be liiting rid of it on auction sale principles going going Bone IIIt Slop the auction with Aycrs Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It sets as n regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The boot kind fI lMU tlmnllHeld lor over clxty years A Mee rrllaleg ekaelkla1 w tiers Mlt UtWlt PHI03AI I lodge of music and other accom plishments within your reach but with them give a practical knowledge of housekeeping Let her own hands kos4 who bread make the butter take beds tto 4H4rtr mei fre ailp and ih yttt tw d to give her to the very land She is fitted for life i she wh succeed i and if the future shoutJ flnd you alone in the word her husband will gladly welcome you to a home which you taught your daugh ter to make for him The dearest ipot on earth UPES LHRONS Whoever has any observation or experience In the matter must have noticed what a tedious operation learning to read almost always is and were it not for the pliant mind of the child it would be tar more so The brightest and easiest taught children will draw their words make pauses there there arejjoneand blunder in various ways before they acquire the ability to repeat the words they have learned to form a sentence which has an intelligent meaning to them Much persevere ing plodding Iis required after that before they can get the meaning of the story contained in one short pageIs not this true of the best of us in learning to read the stern lessons oi life 1 Are we not all dull scholars when we come to Interpret the mean ing of the hard discipline of sorrow and care which falls to the lot of even the most favored Do we not loom slowly and often through great tribulation the solemn teach- Ings of life And how many tail to catch it at all to whom eaoh day and week and year of their lives moans no more than the disconnected words of the blundering scholar means to him Happy are they who comptehend the true meaning of this chapter of life- Danger in Delay KMnet UtotttMC Are too llflll roll a for Jllokiittttt teejtle to Aleglftt The great danger of kidney troubles is that they pVa firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lumbago urin andaBrights disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your withsthe certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured peo pie right here in Hiokman Clay Puckett living in Hiokman Ky says I am using Doans andefind them an excellent remedy My kidneys bothered me off and on for over a year At times I suffer ed from sharp twinges through my back and It hurt me severely to stoop to pick anything up The ac lion of my kidneys was also ire regular causing me considerable annoyance Some time ago I heard about Doans Kidney Pills and de ciding to give them a trial procured a box at Helm and Ellisons drug secondt1suits My general health has great 1ly improved and I gladly give endorser ment For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent KosterMilburn Co Buffalo New Yon sale agents for the United States There arc Few people wbo know thaw to take tare of TiegUidy llttrlilne will keep It In miiidltloH V tt Klmkla Alto Tttit write I ImvoiiMxl HeroliiM fur tmilli sled roorJ- lUt llnd II the hat ninlUltm I evtr utdI would nut IIw without II Ulia vuotl fur iblUlriMi ft II II fur urownup pvoplii sod I rrvuiiiuioiu it 111U nun fur iJiOrlppo Hold dy ttiiwtfillti ITIU Worn lot sod llvliu A Klllnoii No 2 WheatC H Moore ull let r Ihue talicldirbl many Heard On the Streets L LLLro I IArc lamp- sThrelkelds Eating House op posite depot Leave your laundry with Gurlln at Ellison Bros Mrs Tom Pickle of near Fulton died last week BIrminghamAla Get the habitof trading at Bet tersworth Prathers CltywahereMiss Mollie Bourne spent Sunday with friends at Union City SyrupGIMlu Lucile Posey of Union City guest of Miss Nell Bondurant Atty T N Smith was here from CountyCourtDeputy Sheriff Johnson and T R Powell made a business trip to Ful ton Monday Anchor Buggies for popular peo at popular prices Farmers rdware Co Mn Mott Ayers returned to totTyler Itt10dds and children are tfiX JHik Wale and wife at MemEngrg f olw yS embossed stationery an4 MKl ovary de scription at this BaW The Farmers Hal ries a fine line of imple ever saw Prices right FOR RENT 60acre tan upper bottom Terms 13 ofcrss J B Graham Route S 51tf Miss Vera Eastwood one of Ful tons charming young ladies is the guest of Miss Irene Helm Miss Rubye Fleming returned from Lexington Tuesday where she has been attending school Cascade Flour If you havent tried it yet you havent had the best Call No 4C H Moore W A Carpenter Is several inches taller since Mofiday nightwall on account of the arrival ot a tenpound girl at his home Miss laVerne Cheek who has been the guest of Misses Dora Smith and Lillian Choate returned to her home in Fulton Monday Miss Mary McDaniel who was brought home from Bowling Green last week on account of illness is reported as much better this week LOSTLast Sunday new brown dress ooat between Hickman and Oibbs Pond on Dyersburg road Leave at Courier ofilceW D Wade S2p The fact that Hickman is having on an average of one fire a week is another reminder that we need some organization among the firefighters This deficiency is proving a mighty high priced piece of neglect Alan Creech affd Beech Hargts both in jail at Jackson for 4Huraer attempted suicide by swallowing a large quantity of whiskey and morphine Creech also obtained a rasa and attempted to out his throat To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr ShOO 1 Pink Pain Tablets Pain means congestionblood pres sure that is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tablets will quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers Alter that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 2Sc Sold by all dealers Dr J B Luten of Caruthersvllle Mo was mailied Wednesday to Miss Blanche Vineyard of Jackson Mo which is the home of the bride Dr Luten is well known in this city and is one of Caruthersvilles most prominent young men being a prac Icing young physician that place The bride is a daughter of Dr Vine yard a well known physician at Jackson and Is a poplar young lady Misses Ruth Ellison and Virginia Luten and Drew Luten attended the wadding IsenbarthHendersons Floating Theatre showed in this city Saturday night to a crowded house The show is presumed to have been good although very few in the house heard more than half of what was said on account of the disgraceful manner in which a lot of sap hcads cnrrieJ on during the performance The fire alarm which was turned in dur ing the performance also added to the confusion and for a while the stampede looked like it might end seriously as the audience thought the boat was onfire 1f 4 i ter IIP The Homexr9 of Pure 1 x Drugs i1Incorpt 1 Announcement = =a 4fThe cash must accompany all antpublicatlonlno MFor Sheriff We are authorised to announce as candidates for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary Nov 3 the followings HBRSJCIIRU JOHHSOH OOALDER JOHHSatf DAVE MORUAR A O KIMBRO n L C RODE tri a The following are subject 1o the November electlon1909 I 9HA NOOHOK s County Court Clerk r We are authorized to ang aandldatesourtforofofilae ct r- thf w 4LtEft It F TAYLOR County Attorney + We are authorised to announce as candidates for the office of County Attorney of Fulton County subject to the action oHhe Demo cratic primary Nov 3 the following JAS W ROHEY ALLIson TYLER T x SMITH County Assessor We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of As sessor of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary Nov 3 the following i CHARLES D ROE tBUM P WK49N CHAS IIIADLBItt WILL J THOMPSON For Jailer We are authorised to announce as candidates for the office of Jailer of Fulton County subject to the aotltn of the Democratic pri mary Nov 3 the fallowing r v JOB MOONON MO WBIOItT j J B JOKES T P 8A1RII Following arc subject tlo the Nov ember election in 1909 1 W F LAKJtNORBII School Superintendent- We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of Superintendent of Fulton County Schools subject tto the action of the Democratic primary Nov 3 the following e MIM DORA SMITH County Judge We are authorised to announce 1County1 Subjeot tc the action of the Demo cratic party tt- a w wjftmm P B ATTHBBBRiV e W A rVMR It P Rlrrar Circuit Court Clerk We are authorised to announce as a candidate for re electlnJo the fCourtf f Democratic Primary Nov 3 1908ff j w MORRIS t Judge F S Moore and wife Hon i B T Davis and wife and Hon Jno sS 1 T Dillon and wife are attending t the State Convention at Lexington this week I iy i y F r J I v r 11 1 nN1w h41 11- A I I i k try 00 + 1 t iMoo 1 r r f aHcoUR terAentatky Uk the Ow W C SPKEIl and J 0 SEXTON Editors and Proprietor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IX 4IIVAKGK Entered at tho Illckman Kcntueky po U fflce M soaoudclau mall matter J HOKE SMITH IS DEFEATED Hottest Campaign In History of Georgia Closed Atlanta otXur3y return from the Mate peiweratlo primaries Indicate tho detent of Oar Hoke Smlili for a sec ond tarp by Joseph M Brown whom Got Smith dlstnled from the oaa at railroad com mlIIktMr The return I Indicate that Browns majority over Smith may bo 36030 or oven wens A Oor Smith was overwhelmingly I eleefeit two year aco on a platform calling for strict railroad regulations and dlifranehUowont of the H Kro I Mush of the antt SMith feoMnp wan generated liy the SlAW prohibition law whieh Oov SMltk slgaed1 and tho f panic whtoh threw many men out of t employment was need to capture thoII labor vote for Brown It was openly charged durietx the campaign tha Drown hall the lolM support of the whisky foreea and the railroad Gev Smith was also opposed by all the coterie of poMUdaas who hid long don inated the state and whom he ove- threw two years ago BANKS MUST PAY INTEREST New Currency Law Changes Rules for Depositories Wubln ton Under thetcrms of tho now currency law pasted by coagre In the closing hours of the last onlont banks In which toads of the J ClrnI mont are deposited must hereafter pay Interest for the use of such funds A exception If made in the easo of tho t banking associations designated as DA tieokl depositors IB which funds are placed strictly tor the use of the pov- ernoranta own axpoBftea There are I outUSMltag about 17201000 of gov I erawent tends OB whtoa lrerest must be paN by basks and by an odd coin widest a similar amount rests in depot Itortos MM subjwtJ to the tax It was 1 stated at Use treasury department tow day tfcat net only werfld the tax be obarred OB all deposits of government by meney Made In the future but that the tax would be payable on funds already deposited la basks from the time tho Brew law boeame effective The by rate of iaterett chargeable Si to be not j lose than 1 per Gent and as much more M the secretary of the treasury may + deem proper For the present how 7over the probable rate of Interest will be 1 per cent per annum GIRL RESCUED fROM NEGRO I Tim Sullivan Tears Up Marriage t i License in WrathsNow YorktlLlule Tim Sullivan tho East Side Tammany leader const tutcd himself a committee of ouo today to provost a pretty young white girlI from marrying a negro after they hadI 1 obtained a marriage license In the city hall Tho girl lives In Sulllvana dls triot and he refuted to glvo her name When ho saw her and her companion turn away from the license bureau his I Interest was aroused He asked to seo the license and when It was handed toII him he tore It to bits t You have mado a mistake he said to tbo negro who had ulenohed his flit threateningly This little girl lives In my district and aho is under my pro I tection If you want a now marring ucrtlfleata you wilt have to mandamus the license qlcrk TEDDY WILL HUNT LIONS I Coinf to Africa Soon After Close oi Ilia Term Washington Within a few weekst after March 4 1000 Mr Iloosevelt pro poses to start for JJrltUh East Africa for a lhunting trip of a year or more after big game He will be accom panted only by his second son lKcrmlt This statement is said to be authorita tive Not only will tbo president go 01real to Afrloa not stopping In petrol 1eTry but ho will return from there directs A report that he might go to the Philippines was explicitly denied todayI by Secretary Loeb The president will enter IJrltUh Bant Africa at liombaso Ho will make careful study of tho fauna of Africa and will wrlto some magazine articles and one or more books based on his ex plorations BRYANS DAUGHTER CHOS- ELe Delegate to National Convention From Homo County Denver ColMrs Ituth Dryan Loav lit daughter of William Jonnln Bryan was today named as a dolega 1tey at largo to the SlAte Democratic con rentlon to be hold at Glen wool Springs Juno 1C Mrs Loavitt will head tho delegation from Donvcr county Sho was pamod by Clio Denver coun convention which while it Indora tho candidacy of her father for II presidency did not Instruct for him She was not at tho convention being at present at her fathers homo in Lin coin Nob with liar children no did not know that her narao Will to I praontoil I T 51HER LAST PROBLEM IN MATHEMATICS SUAII To Get a t40 Graduation Oown Out ef CYCLONE KILLS FOUR CRUSHED TO DEATH UNDER FALLING TIMBERS FARM HOUSES ARE DESTROYED Many Hurt Crest Damage to Crops KAIWlrtAre Gown Wichita Kas Few persons were killed ass a number Madly 1Injured ArOkkx early Wednesday mernlajfTThe dead are Peter Rudy Ms rite and two smelt oaltdroa The IUh1y heave was destroyed and theoctupanU were crushed to depth UitIr the falling timbers Halt a deien Jarm heui s were de severaluwere rufnod None of the lajered believed to be fatally hurt TNIgreatest damage ta reported troll a 1VIrandawnb SEEK MRS QUNNESS COUSIN Laporte Sheriff Gets Clew of Possible New Accomplice Lapone IndrSherift Smuiser Wodaesday tai received a tatter bearing a MIfiGUI dato in hich the assertion to made that Mrs Ouaarss has a eouta In Ashay Mlaa the aame of GofcUtU who ts al leged to have vt4tMl Laporto a year ago making an effort at that time faI purchase a farm adjelnlnjc that owned Mrs Gentles The authorities behave this lead may uncover tM Man tlty of another aeaompilQe at the mar dares and will make Immediate In ventlgatton Hogs wallowing la the mire at the pond Jut beak of the private grave yard Wednesday morning sag up a human drat and leg To provo or disprove theories In the Dunnes case Coroner task sent the tomacb of sin Gannese aad two of tho children Lucy and Myrtle sad Andrew Holjleln the last vieUm of tits charnel house to Dr Waster B Haynes expert of ttsih Medical eat lose Chlcato who will apply the I Marsh test for evidences of ftelsosung The charred body of the supposed MM Gunness and her three chlMrea win not be hurled until after the tats of Hoy LampUero has keen eetormtaod They will constttHte a grewiemt ex hlblt to the jury In the sensetles trials ADMIRAL CROWNINSHIELD DEAD Sea Fighter Expires at Episcopal Hos pital In Philadelphia Philadelphia Iftr Admiral A 8 CrowBlnehteid slid at the Episcopal hoepHal Wednesday frets arterial scferoola accoatttated by aa oporatton which had feat Mea per termed for folypus IDs wife wan at his side whoa he expired The format nary ollinfs death was not unexpected lie had hooa UI tor toady weeks and doting the plot x91 year bad uaderaowe several opera flop Ho came to the hospital tsar weeks aao sad appeared m grow weaker as the Umo won ua PMtow the operatlm Ms aretwl ailatoat became worco until Ute aaoetlsm reached the heart and ho expired Cleveland Home Alain Princeton N Ptfrefar Clove ItIud has arrived here from Lake wood In an awieatoolle hotonalBK to John lays llamnond The former presldeat hors the trip woll 1hi home comisg after his long Mines was theNI Cleveland MrI and Mrs Cleveland went driving Moaday and Mrs Cleve land says her husband IIs almost a welllI nan yfloats Bolter explodes Two Hurt Louisville lly the ojtfjlpilon of I bolls the pumplNR bolt Dr the Con solMated Coal IntoroiTs was totally wrecked at JeCorsonvtMe led Two tymen Ptuak Hrlgni aad Charleo atttn al44sreyl loss oaclaoera tvasa sesldeeL 10ud their Bjurlei are serious Confesses 1I1rd rfWlle Bvanevllw LodJuba Jaci whu heredi 111IttaiaZori AIRSHIP SMASHED IN FLIGHT Dowager Queen of Italy IIs a SpccUtor at Rome Demonstration name The experiment ef Leon Dotogrance the French aeroptaB kt before the Dowager Queen Mar Rheriu and a few Invited guests here Monday morningl oamc Mi BOthlbg through a mishap to the roaohlae M DetaKTaaite started magnificently and began to fly rapidly aad smeetit1y after gelsg about SsereePRtrIiished to the greand jCftfr a height of six fettt M Dola grant was uninjured He was ett siderabl disappointed at the taeldenL hut smlltncly Mid These are the uncertataltos of tide profeaskM The accident was caused by some thing Bjoiag wrong with the motor Willie the tan Injured the machine ta that It was Impossible to continue the experiment M Delagrangc asonred those present that It was poiwlMe to repair the aeroplane The dowager queen congratulated M Dotsgraaite oa Ute progress he had made with his aerepUa The afro pianist win leave Rome for Milan BEATEN BY TRAMPS ROBBED Aged Springfield Resident Taken from Train at Rolls Mo Della MeAn old man Riving the same of Vaoftha living la SprlBRfleW to was brought to nel to Sunday He had bees wrMag ta CaUawajr ceuaty Ma aad was oa hoi way Name While beating Ms wy as- a freight between aide and Ohba he was roMd of 310 and badly heat on by two tramps and left far dead The two trumps loft the train at Cuba Vaughn was taken off te male at Kotta la the hope that he Might be aUto M Meatlfy his assailants If captured hero Vsderlsnd Not Harmed Ned iiino Red Star liner VadertaBd which had been re ported m eulNelON ta the North Sea westhound palled PtusMag IlofJaHd at II a m Monday according to a d paloh to the lines ottMatt la At York Site had met lien la eeUlstw anrding to this cablegram AH on- I heard wore well and only tog had do layed her Eighteen Dud InFlood City of lelklBfRAleen per sees are known to IHI dead and the town of Paohnta has been wiped err daysneedsmesa Seecn frca nWe to side and Ski mohtag torrent completely engulfed the village without warning The See ea valley la usually dry and Is a much traveled highway Into Iaehuki Five Drown In Texas DaNes TfIIPt deaths are re ported as a resale of the Need throughowt this section Tile shad are TaUTlor IlnmbwuSeveraler 1Ye1kQeo see what damage had been wrought b too freshets Hearst Gains 89 Votes New York June 1TIHt contents of1 M ballot boxes had been recounted when the work of counting tile ballotsi oaot for W IL llearet awl George BL MeCtellaa In the last mayoralty eke tion ended for the day TIle net re snit was a miln of 10 votes for Hearst in the presence of the court 19 boxes Sllag the day Mere than 1900 boxes re main to be counted DryTerrell I jnehlbUkwiTerrell gave prohibition IM majority Old Soldier petsparaun mbost 0Mainly through the offbrta of C L Wlnget formerly chap lain at tho Oho penitentiary David WinnoU Rgod tt year an old while serving a llfu sentence for murUur reoolvod a Memorial day pardon Beach Hargls Tries Suicide Jackie Ky Iloach Hargia In JHthrn amtlUng trial for lite muoJer olI as1tIfd j I GEN BULLER DEAD HE CONDUCTED OPERATIONS FOR THE RELIEF OF LADYSMITH FOUGHT IATTLE AT COLEHSO He Was at the Head of the British v Army In the South African Transvaal LondonSir llodvera Henry llul lerj the famows ttngMsh nenornl who ouadueted the operations for the relief of UdyswUh m the Doer war diet Tuesday lie was horn In 18t9 Gun Sir Rdrees llnlter came Into tenslderaktle peek mtta daring tho Hoer war between the Traaovaal republic and Great llritam In South Attics IB October 18t an army corps of NtH MOB war placed under onion for South Africa and Gen Ilul tar was gaaetted ae co Hwwlor In chief of the expedition He was hnllfel as the wan of the near and he was credited with saying he weM eat Christmas dinner ta Pretoria It was daring the atoge of Lady smith that Oen Sir Heritors Iluller- eame moat prominently late the enter light It was ta Deeemher IStO that adyswlth ws healeejed by the Moors Sir George While was shut up In that olty with 1IOM lrooa When Ova J Duller reaohod Natal be allowed htmj self to lie perttMded la ak ilenlWfi fsoriginal plan of asaa Jsjg Jf td to Is a relief of Lady UkHistorians and military aulhortUes have since agreed that tndvsHh 4M not need roNof While had plenty of stores and awatunkJoa and omiW have held out for some time lit that as It may Gen licker storied out to reline Ladysmith Oa DeoMMfeer IS after a dreary watt hither aUomptod to force a pie sage narsee the Turela slyer at OS lease His Kilns wore auibushrO and his entire force Artvm hack by the floors I It was at this time that ho sent tfeo mage to Sir Otxtrge t ow wMah eaused that general M 1InoIer Lad smith OB Ute beds of this disaster OM Duller was tailored of the sasnmsnd of Ute Hrttts arty laI South Afrloa and was sntoredod ny lard Rooerta wttfc Lard Kltohoner undur bliss Gas IMIer west bock ta tlagland and ta slier yeses he wade various at tempts to eau his aisles ta regsdi- ts Udrasststh WIRELESS TELLS OF WRECK Two Boatloads ofSurvivors Reported I Rescued by Outgoing Steamer New York On the arrival of I the 8ianah here Tuesday M wan learned that abe had boss M casrbJeatton or wtreleoa tofograph with ntttM8rrtMMeirtmst had reported pJoktag np tws sMps koala loades with poftona teem a anvpwreei oa vessel The vlrolsas failed to give the name of tlto vesool wreettMi or Ute smofrescued or 10 toll waoUMr there had been say NVOJI lest loTlecaose ef Ute tMok fog that pro lsywand shipMI nudekSMWBAMssslnate Negrotartan a no fro reaMent of thta otty atepfHhl out on his garb tale SMimlay nUat and was aMMMtismted KHe snots were fired In alt at etat range three taking effect He ataggered iota Ute house e and fell deed at the feet of bk wife Ma ctotMug Wale Tho kllUng his extoted the nsgiesa aa they tour night skim an attack Invtag lean made a tow atahtu age on a fawllf ta JaiwstoBM eonnty aonth of hero Girls Sentensed te Death Waraaaw Throe girls awl sieves men wore tentoacod to death by o ort martial her Mondar for attack tag a poet ear at ioholow on Ute Voetnia railroad taat January A hontn thrown at tile oar hens two and- y wounded 10 totdlora1 and railroad om lieoysa and after tho ear was wrecked the sales were Meted Illinois Mine IIs Bustling Marlon INThe Keyotoae sad Wg MmWy misH Sea of keen and near intloborgc one of tile ken propatkr lo UHt flotNheels 11Nsola oal fleUe M now afke it hoe been burn lei for tour daya and so far efforts ta ehook K have keen In min The mine will be flooded as a Nut resort Aeronaut Body Recovered ncHoville N JThw body1 of Frederick I Wool the young vronant who was drowned In the Pun sale river Snnday was recovered Mon ilny near the spot whore he sank Woods only was tangled In the big American OaK which he carrier JHurtlflddletows train on the Husquelwnna and West ern railroad whisk loft here for Jor soy City ran Into an opus awHoh ta the yard collided with an ennjlnj on the sWIng and Will derailed govern passenger were Injured Falls Five Stories to Her Death New York Mrs Nannlaa Fuel Si years old fell teem the fifth Ilotran apartment house at JJfi Knot One Uuparod pail Fiftieth street and was killed EX SENATOR DEAD JAMES K JONESILL ONLY A FEW HOURS IN NATIONAL CAPITAL HE HAD RETIRED FROM POLITICS Conducted Campaign for BrynW Chairman of Democratic Committee Washington I CAltcr an III ness of only a tow hours former United States Senator James K Jones ef Arkansas died here Monday night lie was 09 years old Senator Jones was one of the lead ing democrats In the senate from 1885 to ION and was one of the strongest supporters of William Jrnnlnga Ilryan having as ahajrman of the democratic naiieual1 committee conducted the campaigns ofISvC and 1009 Since leaving the senate In 19M he had conducted a law practice In this city and had not actively engaged la tiles Senator Jones returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs Ix nora Caning ton In Arkansas OH Friday and Mon day night was apparently enjoying good health Complaining slightly Tuesday ttiornluir 6g fetnaincd In bed IIiJurn ffi v atternoon llp4 th- eTm4naausoof dcijb sit flura YO of Mississippi l where t wan tarn Ila lilt James Klmbrough Jones re elnd a classiest iHluoatlea and fought as a private soldier la the Confederate ranks throughout the civil war- Seastor Jones is survived by his widow and three children Mrs Crregion of Arkansas Miss Sue Jones and James K Jenos Jr of this oily Senator Jones wilt be burled In this oily and many ef his former eel leagues ta congress who hare net loft the city wM remain te attend the funeral BRYAN CARRIES NEVADA Principal Fighto1Convention Was for Unfostructed Delegates HOBO NVv The Demaorstie con vention assembled la Assets City Monday The principal fight has been on seadlag an ualastruetrd dele gation to Dearer let the Mryan forees have oarrlvd the day and the delrga UM MU he hound to the NoWaskan The eonvonttan orgaalsed by the eke ties of Prank Mannts of IMIfrog The defecates ta Ute Denver eonvra Use wIN prohanly be Moats New lands Jtatteaal oimn Ntn an Sun 4erlan4 the Dtekertoa B W Clark Charles Hvans and W C Htttett The plotters dentine the Itepub Moan ftilmlotitraUea knit deolares tat Hnrans iieMoiss Major George on slat t M MolaM lowClHarhtl P Ooorgo major of Ue Uncled IMales army was ptae4 on trial before a sjinornl eMIt ntartlal at set lies Molnce Monday The rhafges against Marer 0 orp aHeg IrregMlarHIra both ta mileage sad weal aeooonts twmrd ta to Major George T Its Isway pay master of the tailed Stales array whole the seamed wan tn charge of the roeruMtng otatlon at Des lretC with sub station at Port tAtdga Waterloo aed Mason City Over Wool Register Twin FaN IdahoMore than 4f HI 1 anilseekers wore on hand MWMlayt for the drawing let the Irri gated leads under the Twin PansSal mon Itlvvr prelect O C Pouktee ef nreeter Ool drew ticket No 1 en titling Was to Ms oholfe for a onartor stwtlon on the trace TIHt total res is- tratea or the drawing was ltM aad UN assent of land sought ranged from II to IM autos Boy Killed Father Crazed Meant Brnon INAlbrt Wat lets IB years old while elosnlpR a rvrnfror whtrh ho slnlBt towar was- Madsd dtsxrhanrod U e weapon and snot a comtnnlon Klhttvorth through the hoed ktllta him Th deal boys father WM crated by grief and attempted to take his own life Testing Minnesota Rate Laws SL Paul MIAuTlle taking ol testimony In the oases of the rail road to determine tho validity of the Minnesota railroad rate laws will begin Toeottar ta the federal building befete C K Otoa referee The hear- lag will begta hi tho Northern PaelHc coos Later testimony will also be taken In the eases of five other roads Bomb Kills Polish Count Vienna Count Itudeiph Itoseegulr a wealthy Palish lend owner who nine years ago married Mies Hommlnirway an Hnglhth woman was killed Tuesday by some ono who threw n lamb Into the onaehbouso A servant was killed br tho same explo sion Although the polio arc Inves tlKatlng tier have not rut found a clew to proeiiorf upon The building was wreaked by the explosion Moro VJould Kill By Sooro Mnnlla P 1The Moro on tho Island of Join lire reported restless and pee of the Aattirki Dittos ling antiloeIt to reported settlers were aliarknl Three Hurt on Liner 8t Louis Cherbourg A boiler tube In the Amorsatiusertjj herehwore lorlausiy Injured a I A KENTUCKY CAME ThM Will I IAll sueett Wemeh Prt1rkago I began to note harp pain in tb kidneys and a bet log down scntMfc Mirdulldluy spells Drop appeared and nJ rfeet and at kleJs- welled f so I couj not get my shoes c was In misery and had d l ever ccttlug cured when f lIal1Jt1AAtry floats Kidney Pills Ono a no 10 cured- Sold much that I kept on unW- tlroly tIby all denture CO cents a both- IlosterMRburn Co Buffalo N Y LEAP YEAR AGAIN I LooI Heavy UJjAlicr fof four rt I have waited tor Ibis chance its J nd have all the comforts of a trj- lInitbl r Mrs Graham Is an whose hobby Ils house de day the lady lira eareMth drink a glass of red lat to ho olareL Bhe WM it scared whets fcho dlsoortreu 4 Use but no harm Cam ta Her 1 doctor who was summoned qpon Ifslag what bad happened dryly it marked to her Mrs Graham thr i uGh a thing aa pushing this rsV fa decorating Interiors too to- TtrItCetnrhttgee da rI4ass p dl peee d1t e- preNn14 s 4I Lidra M br ilut tIIIIManncr r p r- oTa olui NAT Qr u trtei Ill dltltaJ Ikewy a dial dMn rb ai w if fI + w u dt AA I r IIWCToo ii r- Tbiun V1up r Eccentrkltles of Gen IkethatWools every roil In his p YU 1 knew one of them gP A 1 And does he touch oe t1 comes aeiretsT ttoNe he touches every IV1 comes across or everlasting to LflulstlJIe CourlerJournaJ Spikes In It Tommy Deft hats Lts all right ft you to laugh when I get spanked your wa detet use a barrel stst rM4l Fyo WoH fts ju eball 3 JtrSr Tountrtat v Yrm h1 td ci eaN uQ1111 N lee t no y IsenqIeItqVeeoplr awiiiPC pe diUtera oil A Good Ceokx II jour wlfa a good cool I should say to She kn dlsgulslejlamb Hicks Capudlns Cures Nervouenn Whither tired out wtrrltd tt plM what ieet It I aid rrrMBei bra- end fie rree lii liauM and MaessI- tiuk Trial beiil ieortriUr da 9o ai Wo at dncirlits Set the allowance against the ff and thou shslt find no lots great r he loses little ar nothing that reserve hlmsetfQuarlesera aMi eyr eeMshah 5wwwedu 4e1 Mr A pretty womans smile often y kin a mans purse SyrupfF G ixi 9frrCleanses l ro CME4 unitL fISpclse utJQVnActs a Laxative If Dot orMcn ndCluld- rc rc olln eDnndrOrd NettitS entkktEjfe f tlllios1hcJ4 J IYCALIFORNIA EaSrRtrpepjytthem it it wonufoerUKIfn W cattU feawnrjKfcsteSOLD I ALL LtADI Dfi Son site only regular price M iFrt Ira Iffr lJr+ma ntrtllbaweJtlLUM i J I 1 L- yar r t L ft t1 r II z J i aw J t j i7IbOUt the StateIt VII JItitA II t lCMt4tCltr tli1 e- q 7rCANT I 1I1tlc hell 1 Faits- k d r axe ctborn hf i Pedley re the C ft h laving Rank t C w s Pe1rt In I my aa whIchIIII lira wMtIIt wortijj face valuo F dt aro worth r dkon cannot 0 1 p iNt upon pI cr t iyact thai 1JfM a III d- lrt i t t iMd 1 epoiie 111 oflt r Nfwfcf fe Cos wers ilae + al by ptClII I ef ae4es Jatar s it jd W Massa of tjhe tuux were- Mike onnipnjr IM rondo In the cir u swU of the MCdlI rU t II 14Mtee4 I ten ta lanR sS I e pre fhi till 10000I n from Jail and Shot I M Deathe Ky The raco riot which oc March 14 at Providence a vll M r Ken had a sequel In the Kiirftts or Jake McDowell a negro ills I confessed to bring one of a ijr oC Kegrocs who killed one tray iC man pod wounded another fc4 lynchera appeared at the Dlion whrro McDowell was confined trial were but ten men In the par 1II of them save the leader feirtedswuhoU brought the Jailor to the x whore ho WM overpowered and yelled to open McDowell roll AJnantlng tho nero on an aura hejrse the party proceeded out of town ttm shots being heard when they rtfrhcd open country The Pro was shortly afterward fotnd dead by the roadside having n stabbed and shot to death 1itt I Captured On Mountain Top Ingsvllte Ky illnton Powell ed of asisulilng Mrs Dr ek Hal at her home In Menlfoo county t ttlI dare ago was cspturnt on top mountain In Powell county B with his brother Cleveland t in reluge In a cave and when y aaw the oincora approach they rtrd to run After being inirwej 7 tt a tole Mint fell and before he o copd r mer hlmsolf be wna covered thy the Nat of OOlcer Ilttehanan attd he and bis brother surrendsiTd and fW now In Jail at Kreiictiturg The UaJMnls are swearing vfiniEeancc cot- It IU hoped trouble nay to averted I Must Mend Their HabitIFrankfort Ky Oiwge Davit oMy uitterutlng attorney rfIHItld tkreMgli ire malls a notice that he raust clangt his habits at once er the sir It ng committee would rail upon him I tip note says lhat the nlgbt riders aff planning a raid on Frankfort sod list not only Darts but other young on here must change their habits or else they will be lathed I I For the Ouod of the Service Louisville Ky Sweeping chsngM I ff ofiloet I Henry C Stnus auditor and flnane t ipWrk for 10 yoars resigned and Ju JL Steele superintendent at delivery ran reduced to Blruse position C- tryK Mefks succeeded Steele and As sUtant Io tmaster Moray says thai Il ha only snouts of the changes Is the iOod of I tha0aervlceWant Reform I oulsTlllo ICIn folders IPUol9dII It beer Kentucky the Stale Devatot iaent vsofintlon discusses tax oamll- Itous lnthe date It detlaw they am- i nixarable end antiquated and IfII Iit every year The asoei4ilon I have every pillion of IeI1 its mailing list with a YhtWII j iu0gn of fducaUontt t I Craves DecoraledII lavttle styTest thousand perII vivo lUll cemetery wltaewml H oration of the graves of tlM warriors Judge J lrII r feral an addres nod for UBenator r II Dye road RRII k m T o First Kontuokx t adld with the Spanish war veterans AMti Dignity It y When thin Judges of pall move Into tho now likely they will ndojil t la bo worn on tho bench T ocaslderlng adoption of C An Inquiry has been ircwo courts of other I I the etwtuni or wcaHng cI I t UI 23 Years i Aflw serving 23 lentlnry iDIno Tldwell s and CAmq to his old ncali Ho was convicted 1835 and anntepccd to IIfII kitf t I Carbolic Acid The ftv0yenroia ME SluKcy pastor I let church at Fulton I jT carbolic ncU ntul I The claiM dead iII uld be eumtnoaed lj l io INOICTMKNTa RETURNED AeelnM Persona To Have torn fn Elmburg Raid Shelbyvllle KyThe grand Jury nt Shelby county returned Into circuit IS Indictments against persons IIcoun to have been In tho Eltnburg raid IIn thus county on March 26 last Too indicted pulled are residents of thus county and of Franklin county which adjoins They are wellknown farmers of their sections Ibo Shelby county tarn nppearml In court and rack gave bond In the sum of 1ROO The Indicted men are accused of dill tlroyltig A lot of tobacco canvas at Hull Brothers store at Klmburg 0 this charge they were dismissed In lhe county court a week ago They are eccuaeiljiF nndlng together and con fMta M Vnr jtfio purpose of destroy fC WWpfW The grand Jury contln tRet1 Ift jn h hero and more Indic- tWasiy bo returned ns Corn gHft Attorney C II llanford o r caslle says ho propose to havu every night rider in his district prose cute4 COURT INFESTED With HsngersOn Declare Louis flUe Police Judge taulsvtlle Ky FoKowlnr his amendment of the witness oath b r striking out Rip hip ma Oed Polio Judo J Wheeler MuOee Instituted a campaign against grafters He ordered one than out of th courtroom for good because he ba been seen talking to a prisoner In cage McGee said that the tboI court Is Infested with mvii who hue no legitimate business In It and he will try them for mnierapt It they oeme baok a second time As soon ss Criminal Judge irln overruled a demurrer to an Indict meat against Dr 8 A Bradley ter mer meat Inspeetor be was neUn by Attorney Frank Hsgsa that ebaage of v auo would be sough Uradlor is vemied of bribery and em besileaent white In efflc The Girls Went Snipe Hunting Frankfort KyAn old trick x the means of a practical Joke played en a party of society girls here by a number of young men on a camping trip The girls were taken snipe hunting and held the bsg In the chi1 ly atmosphere It took an hour an- a half for the girls to discover they hid been duped and they indlgnantl- started for heme the men In the party following at a safe dliUnce ForTaxes Ix slBR8B KyState Itevenne Agent Gterge Denny filed suit against srron baRb and trust companies la this city for baek taxes OR Choir fur allure and flutes Same of the suit 4- cuver as far hack as 19M lie aleo mud a suit agslnst the Independent Order et Odd Fellows for hack taxes en cash and notes amounting to 7000 Clerk Took a Hand HopktiMvlllo Ky Another kink was put In the already badly tansled Cbtlstlsn county sbrisvalty cue when Circuit Clerk Clark granted a tempo roll Injunction requiring Shorlff Smith in surrender the office and prohibiting him tram further performing the tune steal New Point Decided London Kyin dismissing a damage ease of Vaughan against Womans Home Mission society of tho MI It church 8iith Clreult Judge Faulkner hold that a charitable society eon dueling vrlthout profit an iMtltutloM Ih not liable for damages re sulting frtH aeoldetital Injuries Judge Recognized Smith lIklnlIIe lCrC1rtU1t court b Bn for n four wtGlornl Judg Ccok swore In 8borlfrDfc 1dlrith js otTieor ot the eourU refusljyj torace tilio J M1 Ilonahaw In his oliarKo Io he grand Jury Judge CooUjmld epw dill attention to perjury night rid la and the trusts Taylor Appointed Washington Tho tact Important Kentucky patronage question now pending lies boon settled although there will bo no formal nnnouneemen until after congress adjourns Tho president has decided to appoint J Frank Taylor of Glasgow surveyor otr he Port of Louisville AtHhLouisville Ky While making outl his dally report Fred u Walton 65 engineer of tho government dredge boat toulsvlllo dropped dead of heart disease Ho was the longest serving engineer on tho river in tho govern ment fleet Long Service Rewarded Georgetown leUr Arthur Yager was elected president of Georgetown College Sluco the resignation of Dr J J Taylor ono year ago the forme- sorted ias chairman of tho faculty position ho has several tlmos held Jncreased aReward Frankfort KyRosldonts of Jotts hMO offered a reward fit 100 for tho arrest and conviction qttho unknown parties who mode n murderous as sault on n party of young pcoplo tak ing ahay rldo ono nlgnt last week f w It OMEBIG COMBINE rOCK OF MAItOrfDER MESS AMIN4T COUNTRY T9WNS ADVERTISING THAT COUNTS Hew Monty and Trade Are Central isd In Grist Cities to the Loss of the People In Agricultural Sections These are the dais of trusts and this Is an era of trusta writes W D Perclral late publisher of the Stan ton Neb Picket It IIs contended that there are some good trusts but when the X rays of Investigation have ken turned upon them It has been Impossible to locate the good polnta Today the snout menacing trust in the world IIs the commercial combination that Is Intended to destroy tho retail luteereference to the catalogue houses that have grown up In the loge cities with in tho put few yean We can all re member not long ago when there was a country store at every crossroads Ilro5revery railroad In snob one of these towns there were from two to hall a dozen geacrtl stores besides the other stores that were handling spo clal lines They all enjoyed a good trade and sold Roods at reasonable proDla Today In every agricultural and Industrial section of the country you can notice tho results that bavo been brought about by the catalogue bounce The crossroads stores have gone and in the towns business houses bar been vacated their windows boards- up and the former occupants driver occupationsdsold cheaper than the small mer chants but they have flooded the coun try with catalogues and mints Ulurlng away the trade the rightfully belonged at home These catalogue houses are owned and man rand by alto business men built upon the broad gauge plan who realize the benefits to bo derived from advertis They have organized an advertis edlag campaign and each year they are spading fortunes not only publishing and sending out catalogues but they have built up a combination of newspapers tm i are nothing but mallorda- journals It II shown that the oem aguIKneato 3000000 copies per month These they send broadcast over the TbeTreveryItmagazine agricultural religious and add vertising Thor pay top price r theyrevery farmer in the land They set aside acb year millions ot dollars for ad vertising Thus it will bo seen that the cats logos houses crud certain classes ot publishers are In a combine that con stitutes ono of the most damnable trusts ever known So far the coon try press although frequently at proached has turned a last oar to the siren voice of these destroyers of locos trade In return for this the country merchants should be liberal lIn their patronage of tho local papers which have demonstrated that they ThoIfor money and the only way to nom bat them IIs to agree upon a lino of action The country prose and tho country merchants must got together and start a campaign of education The country press Is on tho right sidet and by all working together nnd for ono purpose the grip now enjoyed by the catalogue lessees can bo broken and trade turned back Into Its legiti mate channels Frog Farming A New Industry farming Is destined sooner or Jlater to become a very Important na tional Industry I predict that within a very few years few former will neglect to utilize their waste swampy theeSlatoei III1 Claimed than Franco low In a year The value of tho annual catch In the United States IsI fully 1200000 and tho morerJ80009 I slight oat doubt In the world that wore frogs available the value of the annual catch would leap at once to more than a roil lion dollars Technical World He Was Also an Exprrt A strange story comes from one of the Jlalknn state whore commer chat morality Is still In Its Infancy At a recent banquet glues at the home of the primo minister n distin guished diplomat complained to his host that the minister of Justice next to whom ho was Kitting had tithes his watcii The prime minister said Ah ho shouldnt havo done that I1 will get It back for you Sure enough towards the end of tho even ing the watch was returned Its owner And what did ho says axked tho guest Shhl Ha does not know I have got It back said the prlmo minister No Slippers for Him wasima to select a birthday present for leis mother Ho wanted something use ful nnd after many rejections It was suggested that they buy n pair of opera slippers when ho promptly I lAidjj No mammas got too may of them now I wouldnt mind getting j button boots for they cant be taksa t 11f w easyr I 11 C 6t i w r tMMoytfNi rfci town v tIHUr for M SyMwae and ow r yMNwre Upon the healthfulness efa ety depends Much of IIU auccew sd Ilei growth Towns that are sot reputed to bo sanitary place aro generally evaded by homoseekers Oaetis oflca Impressed kith tho fact that In small towns Uphold And malarial avers are often spore frequent and dUct greater numbers According to population than la the largo dUel The simple reason for this Is the neglect of seal tary Improvement In the charter of many towns prevl plop for the building of sewerage sys toms Is overlooked and years and years elapse before any consideration to given to tho importance of providing a means for draining away the tu wholesome Increment that accumu hates Then It is found that there Is a great amount of rod tape before funds can be raised by taxation or by rotlng bonds for tho building of a soworaeo system Small towns as well as large cities generally draw their authority for the making of public Improvements from the state While nearly all tho stats provide for bonding and tho raising ol tuner for Improvements In the larger titles and towns tho towns of 3000 or 5000 population are neglected With In tho put two years the state of Ne breaks realltlng the necessity of the smaller towns having tho privilege of voting bonds and making assessments against property for the building of sewerage systems enacted a state law covering all tho points Involved This law has already been bcncOclal a number of tho Incorporated villages and towns having commenced the building of sewerage systems coatempiatdlag building sewora mate that tho town Is likely to grow and that a system adequate to give necessary drainage for a town of 3000 would bo Inadequate for a town twlco the size and as tho town grows tho andtold sewerage lines utility they must be replaced by new err tams The economic value of perfect drainage for a town cannot 1be overestimated The health of tho people IIs paramount to all other things and whero there are unsanitary tenet lions a town cannot expect to enjoy the greatest prosperity though tho doctors who are residents of tho place granrUcoBUYERS SHOULD BEWARE Infringements of Patents by Concerns Doing a MallOrder Business Recently the United States circuit court for the southern district of New York banded down a decision which IIs of particular Interest to thousands of farmers throughout the land Two large manufacturers of cream separators instituted a suit for infringements ot their patents against ono ot the largest mallorder houses The decision of the court was in favor ot the complainants and a decree was tendered granting a permanent in Junction and masters order on ac counting In favor of the complainants This case has been before the courts for the past two years It is claimed that thousands of the separators In fringements upon the patents owned by the complainants have been soil to farmers throughout tho country The laws of the United States forbid the using of patented machines as well aa tho making and selling of the same The court order means that the mailorder concern will be com pelled to pay an equitable amount upon each machine manufactured and soil as well as the payment of other damages on account of such manufac taro and salon It ahamnas that tho two companies who are the com plainant can provent each purchaser of the Infringed cream separator us ing the same or to pay a royalty for tho using of tho same The people should derive a lesson from this It IIs not sate to purchase any Invention put out by a mailorder concern unless there IIs poiUlvo proof that it Is not an Infringement An other thing Is wore people maimed to palranlso homo concerns there would bo little chance of being Imposed upon and should trouble arise over tho validity of any patent It Is much easier to adjust matters with the homo merchant than with sorao foreign mailorder house- OhioMississippi Coal Trade The OhioMississippi coal trade which exists today Is ono of the greatest slifRlo movements of cargo In the world Prom Pittsburg to Now Or leans Is 3000 miles all downhill Coal In 1009 ton barges Is rafted Into fleets and towed down this distance by pow erful steamboats at a cost of less than 75 cents a ton against a railroad rate of about Uofrom Pittsburg to Memphis for 43 coat against a rail rate of 370 Millions of torts of coal have gone this way and always will go this way because the boats have onlyI to drift and those that comeback mostly empty are not hard to I shove upltre3mEyofbod I Ear Protection for Gunners The British admiralty have given At tenlion to tho question of oar protec lion during heavy gun firing and It has been decided to use plasticine with the addition of cotton wool but tho form of oar protection to bo used II to bo left to tho Individual choice of officers and snort Plasticine maybe supplied to ships and gunnery schools If specially demanded The addition of GO to 60 grains of cotton wool has been recommended to Insure perfect safety It is pointed out that tho cost of the material IIs very small url use U dclrablel want com t rrWSr 3 r O UlldcroMi Standard Typewriter j HISTORY v 1c J JHDnWOQPbeealHo f writing v 1 I OLD PROPHECY IYears ago a bold prophecy rru made THE JfACIIINE l+ F YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY 18 THE UNDERWOOD Is rapidly becoming klstory f t iiThis ti I NEW PROPHECYwf Allf old style macklnes will soon be lperd1t1 Usei form viilble writing machines iider1ood IA SUGGESTION pe Mayers will please Oovern themselves accordingly y accepting no experiments and baying no passing models COllII I tionizcd typewriter construction captured the worlds championships preserved the salaries of salesmen and man f agers and worked its way into the hearts ef the buyer and operator Investigate the conditions of the HCMtMnul Kkti i JiUNDERWOOD patrons for past favors we beg to remain IVery respectfully I J Underwood PADUOAH Typewriter KENTUCKY Company Inc J ceAVR4 RW9V1f 1bWl4ItW1tr14H4 wbWIWRVN i7fli114l1 1I l NS Nt oOS4l l Nt Nt N N i IWill Build You aHome iI iiONEASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSJJ t tItwill pay yiH tfa nvistlc fa tthis pint 11 It will Infirast yaw If yiv art paying t I carry the only complete line of building material riliteII f 4 ware sash find doors to be found in the city My prices A be the Judge call sad see I WADODDS If u + OUR STICK IS COMPLETE ANI Absolutely THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinzs Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase Sanborns Coffees and Teas Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIES FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFFS Telephone 6 js 3 Deliveries Ledford Randlel I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I ESTABLISHED 1825 TOM DILLON Sr Prop Successor to D O lUmage deceased Marble and Granite Monuments I CURDING STONE WORK of all kinds IRON FENCING HICKfUN t j KENTUCKY IBeware of Imitations Star FlourMade by Desheres Jc Jaekson Columbus Ky Better than seems Necessary Ask your dealer for Star Flour Every pound of It U potlllvaly guaranteed Made from select winter wheat Mose Barkett Agt HictafKy ti 4CYIt y tpt r w C f4a JlTrI 1l 4 l Fi u oJ Itd4w 1 i t hf fJ1 W Jt Jo tf I c I Council Proceedings j IHtebroon Ky June lit 1908 Council met in regular seesio- Present Mayor Dillon Council men Sways Schlcnker Dodds Gray Boltersworth and Ledford Minutes of last regular meeting and failed meeting of May 15th IfOS were road and oa motion ape proved and signed The following accounts were pro sented properly approved and OH mottos allowed and cINch order 11 Issued for aaettnts Toni Dna Jr street work for May as per itemised 1 statement on file in City Clerks oMee S S9J4- QawgHIs Drag Store Midis TS Hfekroan IK Coal Co street lights sad ioc lt40P- orryvtlle Gravel Ballast Co 5 oars gravel Jell freleht 47J4G- amiJoH Gravel Co 1 oar grayel1 tISM fret kL Iff 09 Repert of Qty TfMlear fist Mar 190S YNKXAL FWJfP ACCOUNT To bal per April rojtort S404VJ To amt recd x ac Baa 21 J7 Tb amt Ned of TIN Dil lon Jr 22512- S6S142 f ft choke paid oat darinI g rBrWi J7JJ7 4 Bat to er4it thk 1121805 T k UO T noire ACCOUNT j ToMAm April report 47625- By interest paid dumg May J000 BIll to credit tMe account 14625 our suu ACCOUNT No change State last reportt j Dslanco IIW tsaNGII C Tr M r Asperli1 icy Marshal for May 19QItn tom s r12101tCIty JIiI 11 I hold IDrptIi x far t J 3111- TO DOLOJf JL Mkrvhai 1 f Tfp Dork reported that he had J exerted and deHvered deed to El Ion Taylor for Lot Ko 503 in Ute colored City Cemetery lite of lot 1 SuptDl11ent f for same Og motion the foregoing report- were I received ordered spread uponI the records published and filed G L Coitus surrendered his cemetery deed to East half of I0 l j No 222 and requested that the City Iissue him deed to one half of saidI half lot arM ded to Lane Hlgginc the other half of said half lot Whereupon the Clerk was instructed I to draw the deeds in accordance with the request Motion was made and carried t a sheet light be placed at the inter aoedof Cumberland and Welling ton street t Motion was made and carried1 directing the Clerk to order six fire I plugs and two oars of lime stone line amendment to Section 19i Article 13 which was introduced stICp t the last regular meeting was agal- road and on motion paeeed unana mouriy The ordinance as amended roads as follows i When the punisnment for a crime or a violation of any of the ordii nances is a flue or Imprisonment in 1 the county or city Jan or both theIn jury or the court trying the ca- may in their discretion provide in their verdict that the defendant shall work at hard labor on the streets or other place untilthe fine and coils or imprijonmoat is satis ned or until both are satisfied It Toot DILLON SR Mayor H C HKLM C Clerk The amendment to Section 1 Art cle 7 of the Stock Orlinance wh walntroduced at the last regul meeting was again read and heirJI put upon its float passage and th e yea and nay vote being taken result Cottage Hotel HICKMAN KY i Roofs and Board by the day or week Large com orlable roomsbath In connection Reasonable Rates I L L 1 L J7 It i r r f IceREFRESHINOI COOLING DMade from the purest andmost Colddelicious FRUITS that money can at our Soda Fountain with the famous LILYI ICE DrinkS CREAM- SHELM ELLISON lCffP mp TifF IARTtI SxayseDodds III Nays Schlenker and Ledford The I ordtnanoc as amended reads as fol j Iowa i tThe City Council of the CIty ofII Hickmaa do ordain as follows That no horse hog settle cattle goats or stook of aay kind shall Lsafftsred or perndttod Ity lIIe- owners thereof to rim at large with in the limits of the Qty uf Htokman Ky except milk cows may run at I large in both East Hkrkraan and West Hickman Ky and if any sech be hereafter found running at large within said limits it shall be the duty of the Marshal of said oily forthwith to take up same and m close in a pound or lot for which I fiftysIcents per head and twentyfive eMU a day for keeping said stock except hop for which he shall be andtthree days from the time of his taking up card iImpottsdia scald stock the owner thereof shall pay to him the said charges for Im heIto said own er ClGrktA motion was made and upended that the ordinance heretofore intro doced on May 15th 190B to grant the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Railway a right of way on othertbe amended so as to road s foltowa The City Council of the City o Hickman do ordain as fellows That whereas the treoks of th Nashville Chattanooga St Lou Railway approaching the oily o t Hickmaa Ky from the east are serious danger of undermining bye the MiseieeippT River and WMKRKAI in order to maintain its connection with its terminal in West Hickman Ky the said Railroad dc sires to make a new location of its line tanning south of the City of ter1mlaallI BroadwayStreetnet WMKUCAS the City of Hickman RallwaatY oonslderaes which will accrue to the City off Hickman Ky and the citizens J Improvelocationd and the maintenance of undisturbed communication to the depot of said Railway ind the industries locate- Ir West Hickman Ky The city o Hickman Ky does hereby grant and convey to the said Nashville Railwaythrdown Brojway Street described as follows Altering Broadway Street on the MarlStretabout the enter to the alley between thenceinprivate property at the North line waurrrdrr r of Brooklyn Street vend conifcnimf thesis on private property to a con theRailwaying Mart Cattett Brooklyn Mar lest Maad Hall Streets and the alleys hxmtded between MArl Red Catlett Streets sad CaUott sad Brooklyn Studs Provided that the grade of said Railway is established m rreb seas ner as not to interfere detrimental ly with the preeent grade of Brood way Street or any of the IMe- igb streets or alleys Provided also that the Railway SBroadwaytreettorah to the top of the rail of 1the track on Broadway Street and grow el Broadway Street and pleat Ire on each side of said street for the entire length occupied by said tracks Provided also that sotyeot the approval of the Railroad Gel aayoUttron said streets Be it further resolved that Tom Dillon Mayor of the City of Hick man Ky is hereby authorised execute and deliver to the Naehville RaUwnydeed a the part of the qty of Hickman Ky to the sold right of way to said atxottdasoe terms of this ordinance The motion being put to a vote the Council by Mayor Dillon the amendment wits adopted by an af thescouncilmen present Then the ordi antd being put upon its final pasoagc was passed ouch of the six members favoris of Mayotr ed published at least once in the publishedand spread upon the record book of titfIPHDSPHRTES are the real refreshers at the Soda Fountain Drink them whenever you are thirsty tired or hungry and youll find them satis refreshingYOf course there lea edit ference in phosphates precfSodatwith sound ripe rich and juicy fruits the best that we can get All phosphates 50 Helm Ellison a r the City Council of the City of Hick man Ky and to oe in force from und after the publication thereof Attest t H C Hoist City Clerk Tort DILLON SK Mayor The ordinance prescribing certain walks to be built which was intro duced it the last tcgulft cling was again road and being up on its final passage was unanamoui ly adopted The ordinance IIs in words and figures as toiler The qty Council of the City of Hickman do ordain as follows That the foUowins property own ers m the CUr of Hickman are hereby ordered to build concrete walks and curbs on the property and fac beg the street or streets set opposite their names respectfully G H Helm W 13 of Lot 4 0 H Qtatoa and Water Street L W Steele It al K 2J of Lot A OH Cttntoa Water and Cumberland Streets FItI C A W 11 of Lot S O H OomoerUnd and Water StretsIHMcoMhe C A K U of Lot 6 0 H cHute and Water Streets DtHoaTom Sr Middle 1J of Lot S 0 H Cthrtoa and Water Streets Peth MM G B 13 of Lot 5 0 H diets sad Water Streets Brrrard Miss Mark W 11 of Lot 6 O EL Clinton and Water StreetsCase F X Middle 1J of Lot 6 0 H Cthtton sad Water Streets Hsjtaomhe C A W 13 of Lot 7 0 Le Omloii sad Water Streets BccfcsMW E C Middle 13 of Lot 7l O H Clinton Md Water Streets Lomtod T A K l3of Lot 70 BJ Wojor Suwt- LoifiPl T A W 13 of Lot tO ml Water Street Partners BMw Co X 3 3 of 8 01 KeM cky and flfekotio BMMY H C Aiajbefi el ai Lot 2 Old 1ttskosa CHnlea and Water Streets W F MMttgMMry I 11 of Lot IS O B Ohrtoa Street I O O F Lodge No 13 12 of Lot It O H Clinton WI 191oI W A Dodds Middle 13 of Lot 19 O H Qinton Sueet Lotrsur20 O H Cumberland Street JoMM Prong I M of Lot 21 O H CwMheriand and CMmo Alela- Mrs C Witting W 16 Let 11 0 H Clinton Street Mn lo of Lot 220 HLaiNlirs t Mw KKtadao Part of Lot 22 O H CUMon Street Wbahtiee Atroot Mis Mollie Waite 13 of Lot 22 O H CUokm Sheet Mica josok Onttom t 13 of Lot 33 0 H Clinton Street All of the above msiniooid eon mootb be built of good mszerisl seed by s corn potent and reliable person firm or seefor a period of one you The City Clerk is hereby ordered to serve a notice on each of the per sons firms or corporations above thatofun toes the nIb and curbing ller ordered to be built by them are be Usesie tonics of said notice that the City to bU said walks and curbsawed ateeos the ptttttloatc- oot thereof to each property owner respectfully ATTBST H C RBLM dty astir Tow Duo Sr Mayer On mot ba Council Adjourned ATTOT R C HBLM C C thPatlersoaAtUnionberg Roily Arc Frank mIth C L Walker Harold DeBow Alex GoalderJohnaon LestLeonAllleoaTyler ChoateRf PickettWalter RBfcwnNAylorBeacham BluneaJothers whose names could not obtained V Money to Loan I can make farm loans in Fulton porcentthanhalfI be loaned Loans made for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after two years in full1 paymentdesiredafter the yearfromUhllnGUy1 I u nT MeC art Alt tulteelt- ti lmei + r 5t tIta Eo 1tor- ri 9uea 7ea1 begun to bott Ice Ore iHla in tb L hued K tU ts statto 1 H HOADLEYS OF MEMPHIS I None Better Few Makes as t Ghodi o AnyTlme pF Jt r r1yTry It and Bo Convinced Hickman Drug Company Incorporated yPllt v J kI i When you have I I I J25OOiThe question arises What Shall I Do With It Therein no better war rhos to deposit iit i lathe = Hickman Bank + of HickmanII I0rwhenI U wilt he AheoJotely- i I i aaJe awl always ready for reII whoa yea U- LWtyer ipuuNag ud save I the hahNMe You wl he mr j prised low MteVI you eaa I II create caaHal when you go I about H m the lptosir way and with determsnattoa i IPIlI Some Meru Ara r AV1vII j not around the bones where saay be destroyed or atoltn atII by defostthiK it 1to this bank We otsad lot safety Lut awl VA All tic Tlsse fIJI Decoration Day sta Camp W O W trbeernt ol Na AsMMl Decoratk of dousesI tBonrtliis graves showed beyond a nest that It to see of the moot pro sjroMave and prosperous frUtemalI benindary society ifi exietsPt The exeicteee ae usual oonsoW of a march from the hall to t cemetery seal notwMnota Mtmf the excessive heat there were at taut U- oa I Woodmen is UM Thet was headed by The Statet seed SOT J T Stat car rytog the Lodges beautiful banoer swat cents rise Hwislbser lid IudI than the osheera in rofalla sea the rrIMtodarr the eftciojit dlrectsoa of Cot A Perry the leaser of the degree wontIraUd Irae ternal end financial syatem of the order From their reMarks the Courier mss gathered that it was an happylagfinancial Wend system with expressive ritnalwm imposing ceremonies and friendly consideration The order has nhoal three million dollars Inverted Government tateteetbearf hoed emergeeoey reserve hads Web u iped plnobraeOithat increases in amount during the first two years white tee aaoesmentI rate remain the same from the date of owcte the date of death of Iits members Its rates o assessment based upon the mtoimuin American experience table are the loweei adequacyItsUnited States Gold lurid at tit disabilitybeground and on the whole it woe a laudable affair and a pride to the members and to the town Baseball Players and Poot Racers JIAIJ KrVIIM1 esuttpioi 1 lltHK III f14wrtni tiiilislesttlIUI Mirfcl wk ten 1 IIfINIInIMINet The Ire I tytUr tMttiuniMHl Nnpw IJleneWl gylU by lAiHKlll Drug Stare Itno iul1 lleliu A MlIIa- tiGasolineal thetoiiricr Office July 90 at Cayce Undo the auspices of the J f wojcwtU I ie held at Cayce Ky Tuesday A 1 j Wednesday Jary 410 TIM geabmes la eharga of thy OrgssizerCI AIby theetet4 work u what to knows as the IWrth Agri culture District Mr Lou wdl spook en btpai sation of Farmers and ectWrkUOtI Mr McOttress sho U N uNrit will vmhracc part of the toUOta t Opoaticsa- Right to aa XmHaMe ProJl Paot Ial1MuI I Ia 1a1 6sase s subject that should itotereot every sootryIotoa Brush Land CoritCMiWe Bui JuHewJ lfatdNpAoW Deafness Cannot be Cured ru 11q lossIs w eau asr a rjets a11taid ilM sea peso I =MM 4IJ Mt- r AI1 M- te tl ia t iM t rAet tN 5 wed a 1 w wined J hewMI1MwItIM ar h M Liiw will pan Ill Nw r1CIhnMd a w P a1 1A fM IL An Interesting Document UicknMM Lodge Tat F 4 A M received a ttooupaat this week whu h tiHmeleber vI litefntonltt The tulle k a IM Cslnsfl or the reed r m Jilt KNaK lodge at Fredrffeksburf Va melee lag the reeks Ia JMM OD within paeaiog lid tlJelOeoqto Wih iafton in Masonry at that plate which occurred on Sept J 1 U White the record is brown wit 4 I seed ie worse for so much wear It still legible old gives tile nand i all ofikera members and VIM ln present on this occasion It k alto noticeable that rwi ailiwi elapsed since thena new rfpdJliA born and this HhistroHS man eii nrn in the hearts of teeny generate sassy of whom like Whlllnaftul al returned to duet aJAMtlwri ceedmgs of that day are idee with hose of today The hat secretaryCampbell DII I udilke that of the preset ago 11 I else the spelling But otherwi r there is no chaste It might be of interest to the road beeneno preceptible change in tnli venrr able order in alfo years sled that WalblnctoollsiUatJIIIs of the rcooids are taken Into con sideration Of course the Hickman lodge Iis proud of this acquisition not for Its age but the fact that itI deals with the Father of Our Coun try Ancient Rome UltaInrdni tilor tiietWeIj VIlesleextur lMI I ijlffi Stir II SffilJViltOhear 1 U writetlIIlte1 NaewIInlaa rtIIeunfIIgtalti ill1 twill i aIi ale- koulill la fit prilsiP Sold br OiiwulUn InH blur rile IMI Melia A HllT011 11hrelkeldth t lhc place t r Itr- r L 11it rt iJ tJfIt 11 1 It qa vY N I 3 t x Jti l II 1 hi s- yitotlJ JIj J 9 w tt1 L ty1 4 1 It t Iloti I l tit a s d t 0 4- t n s A T7- I d ts 4- r L or t- a x i 1 c ij i9c Iwtof r i t i iv II Ii i 1 14c fN 110 fi s 4- z I Ifs r1 j fIII ii 1 3 rt q t t r- r rye JJ 1 4 J 1Y9 n IkIt lV RF I a ti I rII 1 tt lr1 t s j t L I till J 2 t4 4- ra r t J 0 I II d- l iiiJij tijr T w- I JII i A t- m 4 C i IIJS 1 4I t I o iJ 1i 1 1Jt77Tv- y 0 I i tf- t IIiit I f It ill friMN iILt I I r j 4 r1 W fl lp 1 wtt 1 iQ I I f- F01 j Lq1fZ w