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Wake Up, Old Man A SLUE MARK HERB intntM thnt your mil crlptlon linn nxplml. rdLKS trll ux-n- THE HICKMAN COURIER. TIib Courier to you nfter thin moiitli Ilcnnw promptly if you want tlm pnpcr to comn advertising is the Team that Pulls the CommBtcial Uagan up the Hill at Success VOLUME BO NO.l 01.Dr.BT PAPER IN WE8TBRN KT.NTUOKT has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the JJxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1908. WHOLE NO. 2400 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1869 Deacon Snow Writes Some of the Romance of His Life, Various Items of Interest in Luzelle Neighborhood. Luzelle, Ky. Editors Courier : I have received to many letters of late from people in Fulton, Hickman, Moscow, Cayce, Shuck Switch Ky. Endorses Bryan Smith & Amberg AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. At Harmonious Convention Held in Lexington List Friday. Democracy Reunited Harmony was the keynote of the Democratic state convention at Lexington, Friday. What was expected to be a bitter struggle resulted in one of the most harmonious meetings of delegates ever held in this state. The net result was : The selection of Representative A. O. Stanley, of Henderson, for temporary chairman without opposition. The selection of six dele, gates at large, giving each of a vote. The unanimous indorsement of Bryan. A compromise on the organization of the party in the state. Other important results of the two-thir- and other large placet, requesting my autograph and iniisting on a short tketch of my life that I have concluded just to let some of these facts go into print. So with the Courier's permission, here is where Tell the story of my life. There are 37 chapters and an appendix I am going to "cut that out " I was born in the country, near Luzelle, the year of the big wind, which of course, makes me about the age of Catlett Johnson, Hill Perry and S. J. Self. This was the same year the pieplant all froze, following the winter of the blue snow. Th it same spring the rabbit first made a noise like a turnip, and Dave Morgan invented the saying, "Why does a chicken cross the sf or kkMl mi Although I was born in Fulton county, no one has ever accused me A. being a Rockefeller or a Scblenk- Fcr. borne one once asked me what would do If I had Rockefellow's Income. 1 replied: "1 don t know, what but 1 have often wondered Rockefeller or Schlenker would do CtwWtAIA CWtrMlftfi they had mine." Along about this time I was court- ig a girl with all the emphasis and irnestness of my emphati? and sving disposition. That is I was irnest enough in my own commun but like Paul Shaw, of State line, I couldn t get up enough lurage to ask the girl. One day, a fit of desperation, I called her :r the telephone. 'Is this you, Mame?' pUJt,.Jwh," camethe answer, in lcet tones, slightly jumbled from TomorrowSaturday Is the Last Day of Our K is, BIG CLEARING SALE OF :winc cum. Will you marry me?" I blurted like a calf coughing sweet milk the hired man s Sunday shirt MILLINERY Your last chance to secure a stylish hat for a very little money. Our entire stock of Millinery at reduced prices prices that will tempt the most careful and prudent women. Since last Saturday the stock has been replenished with many new and attractive creations, and you will have no trouble making a selection. No such offerings were ever made before in Hickman so early in the season. A larger stock and newer styles than at any other store. of A. O. Stanley for the next candidate for governor. The endorsement of Urey Wood son, of Owensboro, for as national committeeman by seven out of eleven districts, with promise of support in the other districts. The Beckham forces were thor oughly defeated and the or decided not to oppose Stanley' for temporary chairman. Then all factions got together and planned the harmony program, which was car'' ried out to the letter. The following delegates were ap pointed : e Ollie M. James, James B. McCreary, Col. W. B. Haldeman, T. H. Paynter, J. C. W. Beckham, John C. C. Mayo. District Delegates-Fir- st District Conn Linn and Gus Thomas. State Executive Committeemen Henry R. Prewitt, Chairman : Jos. W. Pugh, of Kenton, A. G. Rhea, of Logan. First District Henry R. Lawrence, of Tries. Credentials First- Districf-rMo-fi Ayers, Fulton. Organization Committee F i r s t District Judge E. Barry. Resolutions Committee F i r s t District C W. Richardson, n: State-at-larg- convention were The booming : - it. SureMikel" responded Mame, bout hesitation or embarassment. Rio are you?" 'This is Deacon." "hat night I called and kissed right on the mouth. My, but it kiss tasted good I Well, it was re - let me see what did that kiss 4c like? Well, it was like the tilled essence of honey spread ck on a piece of pumpkin pie it mother used to make), only ut a thousand times more so. It like a covey of quail flying out leach ear, and ended with a sen- Ion like a flock of angels pouring maple syrup down my back. ' lame didn't scream. She said trward that she couldn't have tamed if she had wanted to while is kissing her, and by the time Scould scream, she didn't want I asked her why she didn't im tor help, and she said uhe s't think I needed any. fell, we were as happy as a pair Ruing calves chewing caph other's tor the first time. It was a ilai lemonade festival a regular least like the Fulton county socracy enjoyed the day Mott rs came over to your town and red a few of the faithful chosen Ibs the hem of his garments, ,caueci it a convention. Yea, is bliss. She was the lemon and It the squeezer. Jt was Sunday 4ng anu we went to church. ping a.t the end of a back pew I fed to the usher and said, "I we can squeeze in here." fes," said the usher, "I guess can, but wouldn't it be better to uuntil you get home?" it Mame refused to marry me I had saved $3,000. "Many nan," said Mame, "has been rtuned to fly with a young man Dultln't buy a pair of chicken in a Hickman restaurant to lis life." next day I went to work in st on this old place of mine ike that $3,000. That nicht called me by phone and I was getting along. I said, "fine and dandy." ine," next night she called me and although I knew Mame swell dresser and a high step- was game. "Do vou know Ire actually talking of build- : Come Early as You Can. ing a new county court house? and The truth is about six weeks ago I how much have you saved?" she felt an attack of rheumatism coming on in the night. Getting up 1 grabasked tenderly. bed a bottle of my favorite liniment ," I replied. and gave my legs a thorough masi'I I guess that is near enough,' saging, rubbing the pain-killin as she stammered. "Come on up long as it would stick that is as I thought is was my liniment. Next As I approached the house I heard morning I discovered .that I had a beautiful strains of music from most beautifully varnished pair of Mame's snow white throat there legs. That's all. emlnated in clear, soprano tones Before I say anything about tones so very dear to me mclo- diouj, silvery music. As I stood "what's so rare at a day in June," I would like to know if the weather there enraptured, my heart bubbling will get warm enough for peek-a-bo- o over with love and effervescing like a beheaded bottle of champagne in waists and directolre gowns? I see an advertisement in the I glanced through the a sweat-bokitchen window. There, her arms Hickman paper stating that agents plunged to the elbows in a pan of can make from $25 to $45 a week dough stood Mame's mother, sing handling Mde. McCab's corsets. If the lady doesn't wear over 34 and ing "We 11 work till Jesus comes. (She's still working.) Three-elghty-fiveer x, Best Selections Go First MAP OF THE WORLD'S LITERACY ask-ho- w The awakening was too sudden. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I turned and wandered to the innermost recesses of the bottom wood land and thus ended a beautiful romance. Later when I discovered that the lock of Mame's hair I had neen carrying in my watch was from her switch, I went over to Gum, Ash, Oak and one corner of Tom Fuller's place, JMapleJJ? iconoclast that I was. and interred both love and hair together. On a Flooring anil ceiling 1 small marble slab one may still read : "Hie Jacet Love For Mame Forever More." I At ui lluuriro on your bill. 1 Above M p. c. can read. 10 to 90 p. c. It Will De Noted That the Areas of 10 to H p. o. Im than 10 p. c. Literacy Bear a Striking Resemblance In World. Their Distribution to the Map of the English-SpeakinKngllsh now leads all othur laiit;uaK'B In tho number or Hh readers, mid Its KeoKranhlcal distribution corresponds to a remarkable extent with the nrii Hibtilit, wlu of tliu world's Krcatest literacy, and according to .Mr. I m je tiie m writes in tho worm b worn, wiiiiiu mo century khjhiih ill- vi.'. 1U, and Ke uncular of a quarter Instead of a tenth of the people rmd by u half Instead of a quarter of tho people who particulars, I might sider that proposition. will send . why Mr. Editor, I guess you wonder 1 McMurray Bros., Hickman I have not written in so long. YtTTWWWYWWwwwwwwwwwwww soul's mate and suck cider through a straw, while the strains of the Luzelle band rise and fall in the Once more the glad summer sea- bewitching crescendoes and dimin-ueudoson bathes our Luzell: home in all of rhapsody. Good eventhe glory of summer, the time when ing, Mrs. Fahr. a man may sit in the shade with his Deacon Snow. con- es The convention vas a love feast and the gathering will go down in history for the words of peace spok en by the leaders of the former war ning factions which resulted in a Republican victory in Kentucky. There is no doubt in the minds of the leaders, but that Kentucky will give an old line Democratic majority this fall. Only a few changes were recom mended by the committee on per manent organization, and adopted by the convention, Perhaps the most important change made in the party law has to do with the selection of precinct committee men, and in the future all such committee are to be elected by the will of the Democratic voters of the respective precincts of which they desire to be committeemen. This is regarded as being one of the best rules made for the Democratic party in Kentucky, and the change is one which has been asked for by perhaps a greater number of Demoetattc voters through their delegates than any other change recommended by the committee on permanent organization. One of the most important changes recommended by the committee on permanent organization is to the effect that the office of any state,, county or precinct committeeman shall become vacant upon his becoming a candidate for the nomination for any office elective by the people, or upon his acceptance of any elective or appointive public political office. It was also the will of the committee on permanent organization that the action of shall be null and void unless the pesident officer gives tellers and a count upon demand of a Democrat when such Democrat shall make such a request in a Another change which is believed to be of much importance to the Democratic party in the state was also recommended by the committee on permanent organization and is to the effect that members of the Democratic state and executive committees cau only give their proxies to a member of the committee of which he is a member. The resolution committee reported the following resolutions, which were adopted with a whoop : We, the representatives of the n mass-conventio- tOoutluuoU on but iag.) THE HICKMAN COURIER Covert Western Kentucky Like the Dew" JUNE HAS ARRIVED. W. 0. SFEER. and J. O. SEXTON, Editors find Proprietors. if. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASIt IN ADVANCK. t .nicreu at (no niCKmon, ivcniucn, mall matter. postodlco as socond-clns- s a . , .. T I . . . SOUP OF FINE QUALITY. Good Recipes That May De New ta Our Readers. III Kit i at. Hempstead, L. I. Oliver H. P. Belmont, after a week's struggle for life against peritonitis which succeeded nn operation for appendicitis. died at 6:40 a. m. Wednesday. Since Tuesday, Mr. Helraont had been in a state of coma, and. when bis physician. Dr. Lanehart, nfter an STEWED KIDNEY AND TOMATO. vigil, decided shortly boforc daylight that death was near, the famA. O. U. W. at De Molnei. Dish-Tha- t Will Be Appreciated ot ily was called to the bedside of the Moines, Des Iowa Delegations Change In Menu. dying millionaire. to California and although? from Mnlnc The last Saturday In May, f One and pounds of hldney, tho day was rainy and the air raw, ho Florida to Washington arrived Monpound of tomato, two teaspoon-ful- s went down to Belmont Park to wit- day to attend the supreme council of one of chopped parsley, one teaspoon ness the running of the BclmouT tho Ancient Order of United Workof salt, half a teaspoonful of pepper, stakes. men, which opens for a ten days sestwo small onions, one ounco of flour, At the time ho appeared to have sion Tuesday. Accompanying tho two tablespoonfuls dripping. of Workmen delegations aro tho women III effects from the exposWhen fresh tomatoes are not procur- suffered no ure and enjoyed the sport thoroughly. delegates to the supreme meeting of able, canned ones may be used. When the physicians were called on tho Degree ot Honor, which is comRemove tho core and cut tho kidney Monday, however, and diagnosed his posed of tho wives and relatives ot the In slices about a quarter of an inch Illness ns appendicitis they found his A. O. U. W. membership. thick. Mix together the flour, salt, pepper and half the parsley. Melt the heart In such a condition that thero Tornadoes Pass Shawnee, Okla. dripping In a saucepan, sllco the was much hesitation before a decision Shawneo, Okla. Two tornadoes, onions, and fry them a golden brown to perform an operation was reached. passed this city on tho west On Thursday, however. It became ap in the dripping. parent that the only hope for his re late Monday night, 45 minutes apart. Dip the pieces of kidney in the seaTho first one was seen for many soned flour, then put them in the pan covery lay In an operation. Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont was miles. It was the largest cloud of the with the dripping, put the lid on the pan, and let the contents cook gently tho son of tho late August Belmont. many that have visited Oklahoma this for ten minutes, turning the kidney and brother of August Belmont and soason. While considerable property occasionally. Cook the tomatoes until Perry Belmont To distinguish him damage was done, no fatalities have soft, either in the oven or on the fire; from Perry, ho was always called been reported. Tho storm was most severe wost ot Dale, Okla., and comthen rub them through a sieve, add to "Ollle." When O. H. P. Belmont wa young, munication with that point can not be the puree the rest of the parsley and the vinegar. Drain off as much of tho It was decided that he should keep up secured. fat as possible from the kidney, and the Perry family record by entering Widow of Herman Raster Drowns. add the tomato puree, bring to a boll, the navy. The Perry family Is de111. Chicago, Mrs. Margaretho then let it simmer gently for 15 min- scended from the famous Commodore Perry. utes. Raster, widow of Herman Raster, forAccordingly Mr. Belmont became an merly f Arrange a border of mashed potaof tho Illinois toes In a hot dish and put the kidney Annapolis cadet, but It had little at- Stoats Zeltung, was drowned In Lake traction, for him, and he soon left the Michigan Monday at Wlnnetka, a and" sauce in the center. academy. suburb, where sho vas a patient at a health resort. Lft alone by a nurso A Frozen Dainty Without a Freezer. COOPER TRIAL CLOSED. who had her In charge, Mrs. Raster A delicious form of Ice cream which walked upon a pier. It is believed requires no freezer to make it is called mousse. It is easy to make and it has Court Withhold Decision atfd Calls that she was seized with a fainting Gwlnnell Case on Same Charge. spell and fell Into the water. the advantage over the plain cream and ico in that it does not need to go Havana The trial of Corporal into tho freezer at all. To make this, All Charges Dismissed. boll a cupful of sugar and a cupful of Cooper of the Eleventh cavalry Portland. Ore. All charges against water till they will thread; beat stiff on the charge of murder closed Tues- George H. Hill, vice president of tho whites of threo eggs and slowly day before the special military court tho defunct Titlo Guarantee and pour the syrup over, beating steadily; at Camp Columbia. The court did not Trust Co., Indicted with J. Thornburn when It is all in, beat till tho whole is announco a decision, but called tho Ross, T. T. Burkhart, and John E. cold, then flavor, fold in a pint of case of Private Gwlnnell on a similar Altcheson, were dismissed Monday on whipped cream, and put it all in a cov- charge. Tho progecutlon and defense motion of tho deputy district attorered pall and bury it in a pall ot ico agreed to accept the testimony in the ney, tack of evidence against Hill and salt for four hours. This, llko the case against Cooper to answer for was tho reason given by the deputy other ices, can bo flavored with coffco Gwlnnell, with tho privllego of intro- district attornoy for moving the disor fruits, or it may be served as It Is, ducing new witnesses. Tho court with fresh fruits around the mold; or then adjourned subject to tho call of missal. crushed macaroons can bo put In, or the president. Nebraska Floods Still Bad. nuts and coloring matter can be addNeb. Flood Lincoln, conditions ; a pale green mousse flavored with ed Pioneer Pony Expressman Dead, aro still bad In Southeastern Nea little plstache is very delicate and St. Joseph, Mo, William Smith braska, but tho worst Is believed to attractive, especially If served in King, aged 82, ono of tho first be over. The Burlington's Atchison glasses on a hot day. Delineator. riders of the famous Pony express line Is tied up on account of washSt. Joseph and the Pacific coast outs near Itulo and the branch line to Sour Cream Biscuit. Sift together three pints of flour and in pioneer days, and Indian fighter, Salem Is In bad shape, Trains nro on the Union Pacific between one gennt teaspoonful of salt. Have is dead at his home In Amazonia, Mo. ready board, pin, cutter and greased For 48 years ho was employed by tho Beatrice and Manhattan, Kas. pans and sea that tho oven Is vory E .rllngton railroad. Funeral of Explosion Victim. hot, for they must be put together Steamer Sails Into Port. San Pedro, Cal. The funeral of and baked ns quickly as possible. Into San Pedro, Cal. Tho American P. S. Maxfleld, ono of tho two ono pint of thick, sour cream sift (through a fine sieve) one level tea- steamer Lucy Neff, Captain Hard- second firemen who died of Infrom Hath, juries received In the explosion on spoonful of baking soda. Stir this for ing, out 122 days an instant, then mix to a soft dough Mo., for SRn Francisco, with COO ton board tho cruiser Tennessee last week, with the flour. Turn out on the board, of carbide, put In here Tuesday with was held Monday, Tho body wan pat out an inch thick, cut Into rounds, a broken crunk shaft to her propeller. burled along side his live shipmates place in tho pans, brush tho tops The vessel came 2.000 miles under sail interred on Saturday In Harbor View with milk and bako at once. cemetery. after tho breakdown occurred. all-nigone-haleditor-in-chien Delicious Soup. Cook until tender two cupfuls of shelled and blanched peanuts, with a slice of onion and ;t Btnlk of celery; press through n glove, reheat with ono pint of whlto stock, and stir Into a whlto sauce made of of a cupful each of butter and of flour and a pint of milk. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Almond Soup. Cut four pounds of knuckle of veal Into small pieces, llreak or saw the bones Into small pieces, add threo quarts of cold water, and let cook just below boiling point for about four hours; then add ono onion, sliced, two stalks of celery, chopped, a .sprig of parsley, a eft salt, and six peppercorns. Let simmer an hour longer; strain, and when cold removo the fat and ul heat again. Cream together ono of butter and two tablespoon-fill- s of corn starch; thin with n llttlo of the hot soup, then turn into tho soup, and boll for ten minutes. Add half a pint of cream, and season with salt and pepper to taste; then add of a cupful of blanched almonds, pounded to a paste. Crccn Soup. Wash and pick qulto clean a quantity of spinach; place it In a saucepan with enough salt,,; and when done squeeze all the moisture out and pass through a' hair slave. Dilute the pulp thus procured with some well flavored stock until it is of the right consistency. Make hot, add a squeeze of lemon and a dash of pepper, and at the time of serving put a pat of butter in the turneen. ono-fourttable-spoonf- ul table-spoonfone-four- th Here Comes the Bride. BELMONTJS DEAD STRIKE ON AT GOLDFIELD. Officers Get Into a Street Fight and Arrest Follows. Reno, Nov. A general strlko of the miners at Kawhldft and at Goldfleld is called, according to a report received by Gov Dickcrson, and Cnpt. Cox ot the state pollco left Tuesday morning in nn automobile for the scene. A street fight between Sergt. Ott of tho state police and Carl Young and Deputy Sheriff Grant resultted In tho arrest of Ott on nn asiault charge. Newspaper men and mine owners finally got a Justice of the peace to release the prisoner on $500 ball. Tho county administrator, It Is charged, is working with enemies of tht state police to drive the body from the camp. MILLIONAIRE SUCCUMBS TO PERITONITIS AFTER OPERATION. WAS ONCE MEMBER OF CONGRESS Son of the Late August Belmont Was Educated for the Navy, but Early Abandoned It. Crape fruit Sauce. Wo aro fond of grapo fruit for breakfast, but And them expensive If one-ha-lf is served to each person. Therefore I tnko one largo grape fruit, tako pulp and Julco from It, add the pulp of two or threo oranges, covor well with sugar, and let stand over night. The noxt morning the sauce Is delicious. The Main Trouble. Most peoplo would bo satisfied with tho kind of living they aro making if rthiT pcoj lo wwr uot living better. Double Murder Charged. Rnlclgn, N. C Ira Oakloy, arrest Va., ed in Clarksvllle, has been brought here, charged with tho mur- dor ot Mrs. J. Undurwood and her young son and tho burning of their house at Furjuay Springs to( conceal the crime on Feb. 1 last. Gas Explodes, Eleven Hurt. IndlunapalU, Ind. The plant of the t Co. on South street, which store gas In tank, blew up 11 Kills Wife, Shoots Himself. Union Springs, Ala. Postmaster A. C. Walter shot and killed his wife and thou shot himself at tho postofflce, where Mrs. Walter was employed as a olerk. Walter was removed from tho postmnstorshlp recently. One Dead, Two Hurt In Holdup. Chattanooga, Tenn. Ono man was shot dead and two womvu wero wounded In a holdup near th? south, cm limits of the elty. Tho name of Preja-OiUgh- atii persons wore Injured, none fatally. the dead and waundad huve not ax vet bueu luurnod, L'enernllv nrotiolincetl to be one of lh most successful reunions of iho t nlloi With sprightly lonfrJerftte VMrrans. step, liKMsurcd by thrT airs1 the Xoulh loves, the old warllors no less than CLEMENT A. EVANS ELECTED ().()()() sirong, traversed the two rrlles COMMANDER-IN-CHIE- F. of the parade mute letwcen lines oi thousand of symmthcilo and Inlerestc I (Jen. Loo. sK'dator and there was not an accl Resolutions In Memory of denl, not a sln of a tottering step. Plan to Buy tho Blrthplnco of Uiving hands served Ice wnler to ihc Davis - Memphis Joflerson nlnng the ront' old men ns they Noxt Mooting- Place. fans were distributed nnd everything jvovsllile was done to telleve the l n,( tramp of It tedium. That the neroe IllrmlnalMm, VW. Willi the selection were In excellent spirit was shewn 1' of MrmpM ns the place fur the next the fnet tlmt many of them sang ' I I, minimi ami the election of Gen. Clement lavorlto eamp songs a they Hinn-hsuch ns "llHtUrmllk (Mvnlry. "Old Tune of Georgia an eommniHlcr-ln-chieA. Kvuh Blue Fhig " to succeed the Into (len. Stephen Confederate,' "Bonnieleft a trail of Tliev te.i were Imppy nnd they 1). the United Confederate Veteran among the etator, for every one va adjourned tlielr annual convention late touched by the sentlmontal npieil r.t tliln afternoon. urnlly made hy the nppearoms of the 'IV ssdeethm of the place of meeting old soldlet. There were many In tin pirale who aroused gteat rivalry lietwccn Memphis leg or 'erlmp two leg on and Atlanta, tliese two eitle being tho Imd left a some Idoodv Isvttlellehl, tail they en only wie put In nomination. joyed the occasions as much a the ot (Sen. Clement A. Kvnn, the new ers, iH'Ing curried in veliieien. IWir y U n mail of pleasant adncnr.iiire drew forth. If anything, great dress, and one of I lie inot laved in the er applause than the sight of the fo"t He It ii untiie oi Georgia nnd soldier. army. National Guard as Eicort. born of North Carolina nnd Virginia The jMirado formed shortly after II evolutionary Hirentpo. oclixk nnd required one hour and fiwtj- Gen. Evans Wins. live minute to pas n given point. 'I he The civil wnr commenced while hn route was irom mxih avenue on Mile was initiator, and although he wa ex t it'll Hi street to First avenue, to Twenty empt from military service, he joined n first street, to Fifth avenmt, t 'I iiniiiiy in liU ctHinty In January, l!ifil, street to First avenue, counterand began hi military career, lie wa marching on Twentieth street to C.vpit d first elected nmjor of the 311 Geor- i'atk. wheie the leviewlng staul was gia regiment, and then promoted located. to colonel. Hi regiment was put in In the vanguard were eight eimiwnli- I.aw ton's brigada, nfterwnnU Gordon' of the local national guard, including one brigade. Gen. Kviills succeeded Gordon battery of artillery and one troop oi when he was promoted cavalry. Chattanooga had one troop of nnd iiL'nin succeeded Gordon in command cavalry in line. Gov. 11. II. Comer, of of division. Alabama, with hi entire staff, was next 'Hie crowd in the city continued to in linn. Celt. George P. Harrison, increase today. Iteiinions of various of the A la I si ma division, regiment, brigades ami commands were chief marshal, nnd Col. K. ,1. MeCrosln, held in all twrt of the elty. One of of Birmingham, wns rhief aide. the tmwl notable of these was that of Gen. Evans Leads Parade. Gen. Clement A. Evans the new com elected Gen. II, A. Tyler, of Tenncesce, mnuder-lchief, wns at the head of ill as commander. column with his entire tsalf, consisting To Buy Davis' Birthplace. .1. F. Shlpp. Gen. W. Iv Mltkle, of (.ell. An interesting feature of the big re- Col. J. II. lbinklicaJ, tul. u. li. ltsiy, union convention wu the linuuMiriitit-Col. .1. Thoiitnu llroun, Col. .1. W. Iteed of the movement to buy the birthplace and Col. Bass. The Sons ef Veteran of Jelfcrson Davis. Tl!l Kentucky di followed (he Veteran tliewelvcs, slid vision announced that thev hud been they were accommnlcd by their Hn working to this end for some time and sors. asked the )eterans to take step to A noticeable feature of the parade the property. A committer of fif- wii the fact that a number of the ni teen was named to Investigate the feas- sors preferred to walk with tlw mm ibility of the project and renirt rk imnle they represented rather than ride I lie Itonte is located next year. nenr in the carriage which had lxeii pro Hopkinsviile, Ky. vided. Miss Mary Hall, clad in gray, The scene of the dftwntown streets of necompauled the Georgia division on Birmingham this evening was one of the foot. Mr. Kellv, of New Orleans, it most inspiring imaginable. When the lady 79 years of age, weat through tin llorul twrade Mcd through the street, march on loot, as did .Ml hdna ItoM., which were lined with Veterans, nnd the of Memphis, who had the title ol Kinds success j rely struck up "Dixie" ami "daughter of the cmany she the nirs best hived in the South, the applause was deafening and Ustr Tonieht thousand of veteran sr.' streamed down the eyes of hundred as leaving for liame, but other thousand the remnants of Forrest's caralrv swept have gone to the fair Ground wit bv. ness the Idg display of fireworks, and Election Was Interesting. stilt others will att'ond the ball nt the There was the greatest excitement in Hippodrome, in honor of the veteran the convention hall this evening when anil their maid mil sponsor. Hall the time came to elect a new coiiiman were also given at the Country Club (Jan. Jrving Walker and at the Niutliein Club. After hud taken tli chair. Gen. Bennett 11. At the ball tonight the Southern Young nominated Gen. F.vnns in a glow- Cross Drill Corps of MemidiU irnve a ing sieech. Gen. Withers nominated splendid drill, first at the lllpsdrome, Gen. ("abcll, and the vote resulted! wliere tlin nlltcl.il ball was given. III Gen. Kvan 1.'.T., Cabell 1,034. In the attendance being exceedingly lirge. Then contest for the place of next meeting the corps was escorted to the Country the result was; .Memphis l,lli, Atlanta Club, where the corps rcnderxl the e- 1,110. end time the drill tlmt ha made tlieru UKin assuming command Gen. Evans famous. There were cheer on all si le issued the following general order No. 1 : for the eorp, ami Memphis wa the "In olxilienrc to the mandates of my I hi polar word on all tongues. beloved comrades ns expressed in conThe hit made by the sixinsors of Ken vention this day, I assume coinmnud of tucky who sat on the hack of an open tho United Confederate Veterans. carriage in the parade was only second "Comrade Wm. K. Mickle is hereby ed by the sponsors of Tennessee. Iuiis-ianand chief ot npMinted adjutant-genera- l (uir sex siilTercd by reason of the He carriage they occupied. stall with the rank of N'one of the will immediately assume charge of sjxinsors will ever forget the social at the duties of the office nnd will bo tentlons that were itaid them In llir olieycd and respected accordingly.' mingluim. At the II!piodrome and Following the election of commander- - Country Club tonight they were given a (ien. Geo, W. Gordon was elect All Hires' dav most enjoyable time. ed commander of the department of Ten were crowded with round oi pleasure, nessee to succeed Gen. F.vans: Gen. Irv ing Walker was reelected commander of GEN. TYLER the army of Northern irginin, nnd Gen t'nltcll commander of the Will Continue to Command Fonett'a sippi department. Cavalry Troop, Gen. W. A. Montgomery, of Edwards, Birmingham, Ala. At the meeting of Miss., tmit stalwart Mlssissippinn, whs designated to deliver the nddress nt the the member of Forrest' ravnlry cofp memorial exercises held at noon by the to day Gen. Henry A. Tyler wns The attendance at thi Confederate reunion. In accordance with ed commander. custom, when the noon hour arrived all auxiliary meeting of the Confederate re business was suscndfd that memorial union vva large. Tim old cavalryinwi exercise could be held. turned out in Horn! parade thi after At the conclusion of Gen. Montgomnoon on ery's nddress the following resolutions appearance.horselsick and made a ofnoble the There were many were adopted: rveniucK-iuuResolved, first. That this organisation .Memplilans, .vianainuns nun in this brigade and Gen. Tyler' of United Confederate Veterans do hereheadquarters by express to the world and to each been thruligcd iu the Morris lintel have nt ull time. other our regard for him by rising with meeting was held in Thu huslnes Wc feel liowed and uncovered heads. which win crowded during deeply our loss. The Smith has lweu Geldei's hall, I here was no oppo deprived of a knightly defender, the the past two days. of Gen. Tylf whole country a utrlntle citlren and sltion to thu Mississippi nn adopted son of whom she MONUMENT TO SLAVES. is justly proud. Second We declare our love for him ns a Christian citiren, whose life und Veterans Will Honor Them for Fidelity and Faithful Service. character we hold out to the generations who nro to follow us worthy of emulaBirmingham, Ala. The following to tion. He wns a man without guile, truo olutlons were adopted in tho reunion to to every duty that i1uvcIokmI iiihiii him day i n ml filling the psnlmist description of s "Whereas, There has been, nnd still is. citireu of ion: "Iird, who shall uhlde throughout t recognition Who shall dwell in a ready in till tubelimcle? thy holy hill? He that walketh uprightly Southern states ot the lulllilul and nnd vvorketh righteoiiflies and asketli praiseworthy conduct of. the slave to ward their owners und unprotected fu lit the truth in his heart. Ho that not with his tongue nor doctli ilie during our Intel slate wur Irom IHRl to lhil.'i und evil to his neighbor." "Whereas, We deem it Just and dilu Third We admired hlui ns a soldier worthy of tho cause for which he fought the good name, of said slaves, us also to and Med, and one of our comrades whoso their iormer owners und to history, be it "ItcsolvtsI, Hint It Is the sense o( the rise to the distinction entitled him to bo honored by the true soldiers of our delegates that a monument ho erected country for all the years that au In at some central situ In the South to tho comet tho embodiment of chivalry, p.s fidelity and alter iancu of thu slaves," knightly as any soldier who followtl APPERSON LEADS MARCH. the buuner of Charlemagne, or planted the Uomau eagle, on conquered turret or tower; whose courteous manner to eriing Grand Ball in Honor of Sponsors and foe. challenged the admiration of his en Maids. emies. Birmingham, Ala. The ball given toFourthWe cherish his memory, so night ut thu Country Club In honor of full of love for his fellow miin, fired vvltil so much zcul for the uplifting of the the iiiaids of honor and sponsor of the youth of our hind, so tender in manner Sou of Veteran wa a most brilliant toward his loved ones, beloved by him ulmlr. Sponsor and maids of tho vetnnd by us. We tender our dnawt eran weru invited and escort were to his family, with the cheering piled by (liniii Miiigun-l'ittiis- , Son of comfort- of having to glorious an her- Veteran, of lliriiiinghaiu. The gran I itage an to be the dosctmdanU of Stephen inarili Nvus led by Gen, Aiipuoun, of I). Memphis, and thu tihiuf maid of honor The parade of tint htnoog of tho of the Sons, Mis Oeinur, daughter was u fitting sllnux to what ii of Gov. Comer. CONFEDERATE REUNION OftEN DF ACTRESSES W a a - - acd f I., MISS JULIA MARLOWE. wen-tiel- li do so nioif lttartlly."'-Juil- a Marlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens tho nerves. Tho nervo centers rcqulro nutrition. It tho digestion Is linpalrod, tho nervo contorn becomo anemic, and norvoui debility Is tho result Vmn It not a aenlne nor a ttlmulant. It benetltn the nerves by benefiting dlgeitlon. ment ot the erent remedy. "I am el ail ta write my endow Vrif. i inaior-ieticm- tarrhal congestions nnd normal Pertina frees tho stomach of ca diges wt tion Is tho result. In other words, I'oruna goes to tho bottom of tho wholo difficulty, when tho dlsngrccablo symptoms disappear. Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallaco, Cal- - writes: u n "I was troubled with my stomach for six years. Was treated by threo doctors, They said that I had norvoui dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet for threo months. "I Improved under tho treatment, but as soon as I stopped taking the medicine, I got bad again. "I saw n testimonial of a man whose caso was similar to mlno being cured by Pertina, so I thought I would glvo it a trial. "I procured n bottlo at onco and commenced taking It I havo taken several bottles and am entirely cured." LOOKINQ FOR COMFORT. ti "Hurry up, Rhorty, an' git a move on! I wants to roako der nest town before der jail closest fcr do night!" TORTURED 8IX MONTH8 Dy Terrible Itching Ecxems Baby's Suffering Was Terrible Soon Entirely Cured by Cutlcura. "Eczema appeared on my son's face. Wo went to a doctor who a mnjor-gctiern- l. trans-Missi- s for threo months. Then ho was so bad that his faco and head were nothing but ono soro and his ears looked as It they ero going to fall off, so wo tried another doctor for four months, the baby never getting any bottor. His bond and legs had big sores on them and the poor llttlo fellow suffered so terribly tbat ho could not sloop. After ho had suffered six months wo tried a set of tho Cutlcura Remedies ac4 tho Orst treatment let him sleep atJ rest well; In ono week the sores were gono and In two months he had a clear face. Now ho Is two years and has never had eczema again. Mrs, Louis r. Leek, P.. F. D. 3, San Antonio, Tex-Ap- treated him IS, 1907." ect s Kanrjareo as a Food. Twenty or 30 years ago the back country squatters, In ordor to destr 1 kangaroos, used to dig hugo pits st tho corners of their paddocks, runnier; yards of calico along their wire fcnn and then drlvo the kangaroos Into t pits, clubbing and shooting them. la thoso days kan Karoo skins wore of no value; now that thoy aro almost ex tinct, thero is a great demand thorn. Tho tlcsh ot a young kangarxi Is by no means to bo despised, asd kangaroo tall soup Is a delicacy do hardly to be obtained. Might Miss Something. Edyth I told him thoro was no uss wasting his tlmo, as I didn't In'rd to marry him and that If ho wrote W me I would roturn his letters opened. May me Oh you shouldn't havo d 5 that Ho might have Inclosed maUnH tickets in some of them. They Should, "My honest conviction, based ur- my own oxperlcnco and that ot nr friends, Is that 'Hunt's Curo' will n largor por cent ot skin troubles, cspedaily of nn itching variety, than r.:r other remedy, Certainly those offll d with any form of Itch should try It" It- -- luiek-bitet- h - j. o. Moonn. Atchison, Kan. No Need for It Citizen fciirlmislvi Can WW wboro you come from make their w ' Strangor (sadly) They don't o. They've got It ready made. t" i'' U - HIeki' CanuHlna Cure Women. Periodic palna, backache, nervo ' ' and headache relieved Inniiciliat' assists nature, Prescribed by phy1 with best results. Trial bottlu 10c o and wo at ull druKisis. alt - l'u Many a married woman's Idea "f ' stylish hat Is ono that costs more lb" her hucband can afford to oay. STIRRED TO ANGER 18 A DANGEROUS DOCTRINE. T Round About the State What On Different Is Going Sections of Kentucky. ILLEGAL, In in ... PROTECTIONISTS DENOUNCE TAR IFF AGREEMENT. Action Shows Trusts and Have of ' vision What Little Idea the Protected Interests Allowing Any After Elect'lon. Re- - President's Action Practically Pule Military Above Civil Power. Tho presldont of tho United Stntcs holds his placo nnd oxcrclses his nu thorlty by vlrtuo of Artlclo 2 of tho Constitution ot tho United Statos. In which It provides that ho shall bo commnnder-lchlcf of the nrmy nnd navy, and ot tho slnto militia, when called Into tho actual scrvlco of the United States; but that congress shall have power to mako rules for tho regulation ot tho Iu;d and naval forces. Congress has enacted a military code known as tho Articles of War; and theso articles provide that no offl cor shall bo punished without a trial beforo a Tho Articles of War aro Just as binding upon tho commandcr-ln-chlo- f of tho army as they aro upon subordinate officers, For any officer to violate any of them, Is to becomo subject to trial and pun Ishmcnt. O'Drlen says In his woiX n court-martiacourts-martial- hsM I Underwood t! SI tu? a? INVASION DY MILITARY KILLED BY DRAWNY WIFE I Standard Declared Dlue Grata Judge to Grand Jury. sens-Ulona- Charge Was Affinity of the Breathitt County Mountaineer. Lexington, Ky. Tho cnido Justlco of tho mountains, which, bus made no- torious tho name of llreathltt oounty. has dealt with men and their feud, not with husbands nnd their amnltles until now. Here la how It oporates on this noclat canker; Thomas Murrlll recently bocamo on amorod of Mary Terry. Mrs. Murrlll Is .15, muscular and Intrepid a becomes tho wlfo of a mountaineer. 8ho waa onco pretty, too, as comely a tho plump Mary Torry, with her 19 yean. tho last two of which havo been spent In college In Islington, Hut toll nnd maternity have made the wlfo less at tractive, and Murrlll tired of her. Tho deserted wlfo saw hor husband aa ho went to visit hli affinity. Bho took her bus (bund's rifle, saw that It was well loaded, and hurried to tho Terry homo. Sho walked In on Mur rlll and Miss Terry, shot tho girl three DAMAGES AWARDED times, killing her, nnd without appear To Woman Who Wat Injured On Her Ing perturbed went home. Murrlll, ex pecting to get shot hlmsolf, Jumucd First Railroad Trip. through a window nnd fled. Frankfort, Ky. Whlla taking her WILLSON ATTENDED first rldo on a railroad train Mrs Mary of Hurnildes, Pulaski Meeting of Kentucky Historical So county, was Injured by n window of ciety and Promised tho coach failing and mashing hor hand, She secured $325 damages Frankfort, Ky. For tho first tlmo from the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific ltallroad Co, In a Judg- slnco his Inauguration Gov. Wlllaon i nttended tho meeting of ment In tho Pulaski elrcult court. (ho Kentucky State Historical society, Thla Judgment was afllrmed by tho president. court of appeals. Tho court In ren- of which ho Is Tho feature of the day was a abort dering tho decision says: "It Is tho duty of railroad companies to keep address which ho made, In which he and maintain their pauengcr coach- expressed sympnthy with tho work ac es, Including the windows nnd doors, complished and promised to do all In a good condition for the safety, that ho can toward Increasing the welfaro of tho society. convenience and comfort of tta It was decided at this last meeting, A falluro to do so makes following a recommendation of Ilev, t hem liable for damages." William Crowe, to appoint a special Should Learn to Support Husbands, ccmmlttco to take up tho matter if portraits, pictures, memo IjOultvUlo, Ky, Women who wan' securing to develop careers, according to l)r rials, tablets, etc., of Kentucky pioJohn V McGarvey, president of Illble neers who distinguished themselves university, In their various professions, to be College, Transylvania should learn to support husbands placed In tho noddy's new quartern In Tho Lexington professor In a bacca- tho new capltol building. laureate oration to tho graduates of King of "Shiners" Converted. the University of LoutsWHe, at WarFrankfort, Ky. Howard Collins, ol ren Memorial church, said that as Clay county, tho "King" of tho East tlmo passed woman was topping ern Kentucky moonshiners, placed In man's business and worldly piano, the Franklin county Jail several we.eks and that tho tlmo had come for her ago, haa been converted by the Salvia to become a bread winner for toe lion Army. Howard Is a fearless family. mountaineer, and haa the reputation of being one of tho heat shots In Strike End. ICastern Lexington, Ky. Tho strike of tho men to Kentucky. Ho hns several his credit, but says that when miners of the Imperial Coal Co. In he gets frco of the chargo now pend' llreathltt county ended after being In Ing ho will return to (he mountains forco ten days. Ono hundred and and spend tho remainder of his days wago scale. Tho mon struck because preaching tho gospel. Negro In Fear of Lynching. Catlcttsburg, Ky Stub Scott, col i iiu mines iiirnisn iuvi ior several orel. Is keeping closely In touch with the police. In fear of a lynching. Ho w.i n&saultod by a brothor of Ida noicn uuucaior to neure, Davis, tho llttlo girl whoso story Lexington, Ky Prof. John II. No caused a mob to pursuo him and Jim vum A M 1.1. II wtl nni rni r.n Darnell, while, till tho pollco Inter years a teacher In public Institutions, fered. Tho girl alleges tho men tried announced that ho had put aside the to assault her on tho outskirts of tho liarncss and would retire from 0the city. Judgo McConncll sent Darneil classroom. Hu has made application to jail, but for want of evidence tho for a pension from tho Carneglo fund. negro was dismissed. Two Residences Burned. Will Be Tried In October. Jackson, Ky. Hoach Harglr case residences of Mrs. Annlo Clarkson and was continued to tho October term Mrs. Lucy Young. Tho loss Is about because. In tho Republican primary JtOOO, with llttlo Insurance, Doth election of Juno 20 tho circuit Judgo houses wero Just across tho lino In and commonwealth's attbrney will tho county nnd tho (Ire department each bo candidates. No ball will be could not give any nsslstanoo. asked for Hargls and ho will remain In Jail during tho summer. Capt. Gross At Death's Door. C'overport, Ky. CapL Jack Orois Is William Smith Paroled. critically til at his homo at Holt, and Frankfort. Ky. William T. Smith, Is momentarily his death dxpectnd. sent to tho penitentiary horo In SepMr Dross was I'nltcd States marshal tember of 1S92, from Powoll county, during Cleveland's administration In on tho chargo of manslaughter, haa 1SSI, and a adjutant general under been paroled by tho prison commission. Ho served 10 years, and his tlmo would havo been out In October. Strike Declared Off. Madlsonvllle, Ky. Tho strlko of District Conference In Session. union miners which his been nn In Slaughtorsvlllo, Ky. Tho Henderson Hopkins, Webster, Union nnd Chris- district coufereuco of tho M. E. church, tian counties since January 1 was de- South, convened horo, Elder S. J. clared off In a statement given out Thompson, presiding, with over fifty dolegntes present. Many prominent this district. ministers nnd luymen aro in attendance. Jeffereon's Birthday. Lexington, Ky. At tho meeting of Thomas Speaks At Russellvllle. tho Lexington Chapter. Daughters of Rusuollvlllo, Ky. It. Y. Thomai tho Confederacy, Mrs. C. D. Chenault made a speech hero In tho Interest of will submit a proposition to petition his candidacy for tho democratic nomi(ho leglslaturo to doclare Juno 3, tho nation for congross In tho Third disanniversary of tho birth of Jefferson trict. Mr. Thomas arralgnod Gov. Davis, an niinunl holiday In Kentucky. Willson for hla use of the mtlltln. dations had been commit led In Hour-bocotitily by night riders, a detach-mnn- t of atato guards had Invaded Its peaceful connnca and Intimidated and tcrrnrlred a young farmer, arid demanded at their hand that the matter bo probed to tho bottom. No asked by whoso authority soldiers had been brought Into tho county, and aald that ttnlcsa rlrcult courts and grand Juries took cognlianco of military marauders, Kentucklnns would bo deprived of their liberties and bayonet rulo bo established. Ho likened tho situation to that of Ilussla, and declared mat tho Invasion of tho mllltnry was unauthorized, Illegal and unwarranted. n seml-annuu- l Paris, Ky. In a charge to tho grand Jury, Judgo Hobert I.. Hlout declined that while no depre- I. C. Cuts Time. Splcer Acquitted, Paducah, Ky Tho machinists, hollLexington, Ky. The Jury In tho er makers and blacksmiths of Ihu ltoger Splcer case, at Jackson, Ky,, Illinois Central shops wero cut to four returned a verdict of not guilty. Spldays a week to curtail expenses. Tho cer wns charged with the murder ol car department la not affooted. J unics Johnston. Killed At Ball Game. Mayflcld, Ky. Lloyd Sbelton, IS, was killed at a ball gamn by being hit In tho breast with a ball thrown wild from second to first base. Ho was a spectator and hod Just arrived at tho faine. Ho died In Ilvo nilnutos. j Not Guilty. Hopklnsvllle, Ky. After deliberating about two hours, tho Jury In tho caso of tho Commonwealth again Dr. W. W. Durham, a promlnont ihyal-cluchargod with being a night rider, returned a vordlot of not guilty, Bio Dlaze At Louisville. Louisville, Ky. In tho midst of Its preparations to niovo from tho city, tho American. Seeding Jluchlno Co. suffered a ?GO,000 loss by lire. Many llrojucn wero hurt In tho blato. Tho plant Was fully insured. Glen Hays, Ky. Defeated by John Smith, 18, In a contost for tho affeo- Hons of a young woman, .loo mon, 17, killed his rival with a bullut and throw tho body from a moving riin nia mvai, Tho protectionists who manufacture knitted goods, such ns hosiery nnd underwear, nnd who benefit so largo ly by tho tariff preventing foreign competition, havo sovoroly denounced President Iloosovolt for tho tariff agreement with Germany. This tariff agreement with Germany nllows tho Gorman manufacturers to rcduco tho valuation of tho goods thoy export to tho United States to tho nctual cost In Germany, which Is below whnt tho United Statos government appraisers would assess tho goods for, and thus tho official valuo being decreased the ad valorem rato of duty Is nlso de- on : creased. Ilcforo this agreement was "In all that rolatcs to raising tho madn with Gcrmnny tho protection' array, to Its strength, to Its organic lsts, who controlled tho appraisal do partmcnt of tho custom houso In New Uon, to Its criminal code, congress Is York, Increased tho valuo of Import omnipotent, tho presldont powerless, "Tho command of the president Is, cd goods beyond their real value In tho country from which thoy wero Indeed, absoluto within Its sphcro, but exported, nnd thus actually Increased Its sphoro Is bounded on all sides by tho duties paid. Tho o fleet of the law. Tho momont tho oxecutlvo over now agreement Is to allow tho values steps tho boundaries prescribed, ho shown In tbo consular Invoices which becomes powerless, and his comhavo boon certified by tho German mands aro of no forco. "As the executive has no legislative chambors of commcrco, nnd other commercial bodies, to stand as tho ap power, It Is plain that the regulations praised valuo on which ad valorem Issued by him to the army aro not law. And, as ho Is as much bound duty Is paid. Resolutions woro adopted by tho by law as any other citizen, It follows National Association of Hosiery that If any of them conflict with law, Manufacturers at their lato meeting thoy aro so far null and void." Mr. Porter, In his work on tho samo at Philadelphia, which declared: "Whereas, Tho United States gov subject, says: "Wo havo In our milt crnmcnt hns entered Into a tariff trade tary law no system of disciplinary agreement with tho Gorman empire punishments." All tho authorities on tho subject which embodies Important customs administrative concessions and Im are to tho samo effect Yet tho presl portant amendments to tho customs dent has punished Col. Stewart of the coast artillery without any sort of administrative act. "Resolved, That tho National As trial, and when complaint was made soclatlon of Hosiery Manufacturers, In by Senator Rayner of Maryland the annual convention assembled, earn president answered that "the punish estly protests against tho provisions mcnt ot Col. Stewart was wholly Incl of the German tariff ngrccracnt now dental" to tho good ot the army, and extended to other countries of Europe was, therefore. Justifiable. His posl as contrary to law, contrary to the tlon Is that tbo end Justifies the policy of protection. Injurious to means, law or no law. This Is a dan He also says American labor, unfair to tho honost gerous doctrine. l would undoubt Importer, demoralizing to tho cus "Whllo a It toms servlro and In effect a material edly award some punishment. and Indiscriminate reduction In tho would fall far short of what was really tariff, which should bo mado only needed." And again he says: "Thoro after hearings havo been granted and Is no point in having a then only ty tho legislative branch of At present I do not seo how a court of inquiry could bo ot use. I do tno government; nnd "Resolved, That tho National Asso not understand your allusion to a Joint ciation of Hosiery Manufacturers resolution by congress. Such meas thank tho congress of tho United ures as tboao taken in this case are States for not adopting tho recom purely within tho scopo ot tho presimcndatlons of tho administration as dent's duties and authority." to tho amendments In our customs Senator Rayner, in a recent speech, laws." brought out all these points and In Thla denunciation of President commenting thereon raised tho most Roosevelt fur making this agreement Important question ot law that has with Germany "contrary to law" and ever confronted congress or tho peo-Plcontrary to tho policy of protection of tho United States. "Is the Indicates what strenuous opposition presldont, as commander-in-chie- f ot all tho trusts and protected Interests tho army governed by law?" If ho is will put forth to prevent tariff ro not, tho republic Is at an end. For In vision after election," that case, tho military Is placed abovo Tho thanks to congress "for not the civil power and the constitution Is adopting tho recommendations of tho annihilated. administration as to tho amendments Centralization. In our cuutoms laws" shows how the Perhaps tho dominant Issue In tho atandpat Republican leaders In con' Kress saved tho day for tho trusts. coming campaign will bo tho centrali Tiro cotton nehedulo Is only ono of zation of political power In this coun tho many In tho tariff law that forces try, emphasized by the dlsputo be up prices, but overy other schedule Is tween the president and congress over equally proto:tlvo to tho trusts, and tho absolutism claimed by tho presl monopolists that havo found shelter dent over tho military and naval under tho protective system. forces. Tho supremacy ot the mill Tho whole power of tho organized tary over the civil power would mean trusts nnd tint tariff protected monop In Itself tho establishment ot a cen tral despotism. Tho letters of the olists will bo found aiding tho tion of Republican congressmen, who president to Senators Smith, Stowart, will promlso to again standpnt after Rayner and Taliaferro, In all of which election. Perpetuating tho tariff pro ho makes tho astounding claim that tection allows theso manufacturers to ho Is supremo over the army, and Is collect their Bharo of tho tariff, which thereby rendered independent of acts Is a much higher tax on what tho peo- - ot congress relating to military af plo buy than Is paid In tho aggregate fairs, will play a great part in the for tariff tnxoi to tho government, campaign. tor whereas but comparatively few It Gov. Johnson should be tho Demo goods nro Imported upon which tho cratic candidate, and Taft, Roosevelt, tariff taxes nro collected, nil tho prod or any other advocate of Roosovelt's ucts of tho trusts nro likewise In politics (or policies), the Republican creased In prlco In conscqtionco of candldato, tho Issue would be square tho tariff preventing competition, so ly drawn, and the people would have that It comes to this, It you aro rich tho opportunity to decide, onco for all, and can buy the finer nnd moro cost whether the constitution is obsoles ly Imported goods, you pay tho tariff cent or is still possessed ot its old- tax to tho government, whllo It you tlmo vitality. aro poor and obliged to buy tho Our peoplo do not often recur to products of our protected trusts, you first principles In these days. Too pay tho tariff lax Indirectly to the many feel that a mess of pottage to protected manufacturers larger satisfy present hungor Is better than In a great estate In expectancy, and are profits. It tho next congrrati Is Republican too ready to bartor away their birththo samo old staudpat crowd will right to freedom and local control, nnd although there may bo a for a sura ot money from the shifty promlKo In tho Republican plat federal treasury. Ono ot the leading form for tariff revision "after elec newspapers ot the country makes noto tion" how far, or how deep, tho re- ot this disposition among tbo govvision will go will novor bo actually ernors of states recently assembled stated. In fact, tho Republican lead- at Washington. It says: ers from Secretary Root down to tho "A thousand Influences aro at work standpat congressmen havo decided to obliterate states' rights to one that and announced that tlwa plan Is to operates tho other way. Tho proparovlso tbo tariff higher by adding ganda ot centralization docs not have maximum rates on the goods Imported Its heart In Washington. It is in the from Gennany, Franco and other peoplo themselves, who nro demandcountries that Imposo i high tariff ing this or that reform and are fall. on Imports from the United States, Ing to got it from their states. A Tho present ratea to bo tho minimum state gladly surrenders its authority over lands, or streams, or water pow. d tariff on Imports from England. or, or othor property, for tho sake of f and other countries. Under such a maximum nnd mini getting nn appropriation from conmum tariff, tho trusts would havo gress for a public improvement. The more shelter than they now do, and no eagerness with which California acreduction In trust prices could bo cepts federal aid in dealing with the looked for. 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I ... l. 1 (Will Build YouaHome ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. t t o t I It will piy you to invistlgaft this plan. It will interest yiu if you am paying rant. I carry tho only complete line ot bulldincr material, builder's hardware, sash and doors to bo found In tha city. My prices are right. You be the Judge; call and see. "W" .. ZDOIDUDS . OU STOCK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- . AND . .. c nniionaire Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & 5anborn's Coffees and Teas. Cll on or tolophone u when In need of GROCERIES. FRESH MEATS ' or FEEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. 0. Ramago, deceased.) flarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO, HICKHAN. kinds, IRON FENCINQ. : STONE WORK of all : s KENTUCKY Bowaro of Imitations.' 4C Hoi-lan- low-tarif- Star Flour" Made by Beshcres Sc Jackson, Columbus, Ky. Better than seems Necessary Aak your doalor for Star Flour. guaranteed. Erery jwund of It Is posttWoly Made from soloct winter wheat. Wose Barkett, Agt., Hickman", Ky SEVEN DAYS MORIS Of Ellison Bros. Great CUT PRICE BARGAN SALE SATURDAY JUNE 20 TO SATURDAY JUNE 27 And for these seven days many attractive bargains have been added to our offerings. Additional shipments of new goods have been received and many lots of merchandise have been marked down still lower. It will pay any of you to come back again. Linen Bargains 40c Sheer L'men 50c " 40c Dress Linen 35c Irish Linen " 75c 50c Butchers Linen 75c Suiting Linen 25c Linene 15c 50c Colored Linen.. ... " 25c White Goods Bargains. 28c 12 India Linon 39c 29c 15c White Lawn 25c 30c Fine Nainsook 59c 50c Persian Lawn 39c " 4S)c 35c l-- Staple Bargains Brown Domestic Heavy Domestic Hope Domestic 9- Notion Bargains 4 l-- Enameled Ware Bargains lc 3c 3c Blue Enameled Dish Pans.. 49c Kitchen Ware Bargains 10c 5 and 6c 7 l-- 11c 19c 35c 19c 15c 23c 19c 10c 10c 15c 29c 10c '25c Carpet Warp - 4 Sheeting '23c 10- - 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheet Palm Leaf Fans Safety Pins, all sires Hair Pins, a box 5c Brass Pins Hair Brushes 10c Combs Pearl Buttons lOqt. 12 in. Water Pails 29c Wash Basin. 9c 9c 9c Royal Granite Coffee Pots 9c 3c 10c 5c Onyx Ware 3qt. Coffee Pots 29c Family Enameled Fiy Pans Scale 9c 10.49 7,49 9c 49c 9c 9c 9c . 19c 25c Dotted Swiss 10c 35c Sheer Plaids 35c 19c 30c Mercerized Fabrics 15c Pique 12 2 ing 15c Lonsdale Cambric Best Apron Gingham Best Calico 15c Dress Gingham Fine Percales and Madras 28c Pudding Pans Bread Pans Bake Pans Milk Pans Stew Pans Dish Pans .10c 6c 5c 10c 10c Tablets 2c 2c 9c ...9c Ice Chests..... Refrigeraters ........... Rolling Pins Step Laders ....... Novelties 10c Ladies 25c Neckwear ' 15c 50c Neckwear 19c Belts 25c and 50c Combs. ...10c 5c 25c Turnover 9c 9c Lawn Bargains Sheer Printed Lawn 12 1 2c and 15c Lawn 25c and 35c Lawn 5c 10c 19c White Duck 25c Silk Mull 60c Wide Organdy 15c Check Muslins Remnants Remnants of all kinds of goods 10c, 15c and 25c quality .. .. 5c 39c 19c 9c 9c Scrub Brushes... Preserving Kettle Pie Plates 8qt. Water Pails Cleavers Ice Picks Roal Gr tnite Teakettles 49c BARGAINS UNEQUALED BARGAINS BARGAINS Mens Furnishings Mens 3.00 Straw Hats " " 2.00 Ladies Furnishings white Waists, embroidered " fine values 2 50 fine white Waists 5Uc House Furnishings 00c Lnco Curtains. " 1.50 " . 3 50 1 oO Ladies 12.00 Skirts 10.00 7.00 4.98 4.00 L39c 98c .1.50 .8.97 2.85 values98c " . ' 6.98 4.98 3.98 3.00 not Battenburg Curtains 1.98 75c white Bed Sprend 59c .2.48 1.98 18c Black Satine Petticoats, 1.H0 " " 3.00 " 2oo turkey red Table Linen . nxZCillinox-- v Ladies Trimmed Hats " G.OO " $2 nnd 50c values2.98 3 Ghildrens Hats, 2.00 values " 1.00 " ' " " values98c 79c 49c 19c 40c white Table Linen 8oo bleached Table- Linen loc Towels, all kinds 50o fine Towels Linen Table Govors Kringed Napkins 1.00 Napkins, a dozen 2.00 Linen Napkins 25c 1.39 69c 69c 9c Squares 11.98 39c 39c 20.00 all wool Brussels 0x12 Art Squares. 14.98 25c 27.50 all wool Velvet 0x12 Art China .Matting good quality 13c Best Jiuo Japanese Mattings. 28c Reversible Carpets 30c Window Shades 23c Table Oil Cloth 19c Curtain Poles 10c Matting Hugs .49c 27x54 Velvet Rugs 1.50 10.00 Wool Ingrain 0x12 Art Squares 6.98 15.00 all wool Brussels 0.xl2 Art . " 1.50 " " 2.40 1.20 95c Odds and ends Mens Soft Hats, regular 2.50 ami 3.50 values 1.50 Odds and ends, samples etc. of Mens 1,00 50c and 1.50 Shirts Cluett Shirts, 2.00 values 1.50 r Mens Drawers 50o values Mens 10c Sox Mens 20 and 25c Sox Pearl Collar Buttons And Great Bargains all through the ....Mens Furnishing Department... 5c Squares 19.98 THESE BARGAINS ARE DAILY ATTRACTING CROWDS TO OUR STORE. Lace Bargains Val Lace, broken lots 10c Val Lace GET YOUR SHARE. Clothing Bargains Mens Light Weight Suits, up to Dress Goods Bargains Shoe 00 Shoes for Bargains IScVal Lace Allover Laces Wide Laces 3c 1.00 and 1.25 Black and colors, Sheer Dress Goods 84c Sc 60c and 75c sheer Dress Goods 10c at. 48c 25c and 10c 50c Light Weight, Light colored Sc and 10c 19c dress Goods 6 . - 5.40 18.00 values Mens Light 3.75 1 1 , I I - I Weight Suits, up tu 20.00 values 95c to 7.50 Embroidery Bargains Silk Bargains Silk Remnants Sc 60c and 75c Silks 10c Fancy Silk SI and 1.25 19c Mens Summer Coats at half price 0 3.75 3.95 2.85 1.45 10c Wide Embroideries 15c and 25c Embroidery Wide Corset Cover Emb 19c 48c Mens 5.00 Pants Mens 3.50 Pants Mens 2.00 Pants values 69c 87c at fttbbon Bargains 1.00 Black Taifeta Hosiery Bargains 10c Muslin Underwear Bargains 25c Corset Covers 75c 1.50 19c 25c 49c 98c 1.98 19c 2fic 39c 69c 75c Gowns Wide Fancy Ribbons ..5c aed 10c Hosiery seconds worth up to 25c 25c Wide Ribbons, Colors, 19c a pair 5c Wide Silk Persian Ribbons.. ..19c '. 10c Hose 8c '. 35c Hose 25c Underwear Bargains 50c Hose 39c Boys Clothing Bargains 49c 9Sc 150 3.00 1.00 1.50 Trunk Bargains 10.00 Trunks 7.93 BoysS.OO Suits 3.95 3.48 " , 1.98 " 4.50 3.50 3.00 25c Drawers 35c 50c 1.00 75c Skirts 49c 79c 98c " 2 75 1 Ladies Vests 10c Vests Fine Vests 35c Vests Handkerchief Sc 8c 5c Handkerchiefs 10c 10c 25c Fine Bargains 5c Sc 10c 8.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 6.50 4.95 " " 2.75 1.50 98 " 98c 15c " 3.00 4.50 " " 1.98 2.75 3.98 Boys Knee Fants 3.35 Boys Overalls 25r store. anyone wlio Jdlsls visited tlx store. hickman ELLISOJ BROS. Kentucky .A-sli-. Only a few of the bargains offered are quoted in this advertisement. Hundreds of other bargains equally as good throughout the Heard On the Streets TTTWtWTITtTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Arc hmp? Case cleans clothes. Cotton is looking good. Be Sure You Are Right Then Go Ahead A WOOING IN Surprise Wedding. THE YEAR 2000 "Coming-- beret 1 When you Want Cream See That You Get wondtr who It A NEW VENTURE ...At our Soda Fountain... Painted your residence? Eat at Williams' restaurant. Threlkeld's that's the place. Leave your lanndry with Bradley & Parham. Threlkeld's Eating House opposite depot. County Clerk S. T.' Toper Is in Fulton today. C. T. Case spent Sunday with home folks In Clinton. HOADLEY'S ...The Cream of Merit... You'll make no Mistake Hickman Drug Incorpmratiil Co. For Autos Dr. Charlie Curlin spent Tuesday night at Reelfoot Lake. Guy Ward has returned from Memphis and Dyersburg. Judge J. Naylor has been on the sick list for the past week. Mrs. J. M. Reld spent Wednesday afternoon in Unfon City. Mrs. Blanche Kennedy is visiting friends In Memphis this week. Mrs. Geo. Fleitz and two children left today for Nashville to vfsit rela , tives. Leonard Simmons, a former merchant of Hickman, was here Wednesday. Miss Marie Brevard has returned from Blrminham, Ala., and a visit to Memphis. line of suit Sen the handsome cases and traveling bags at Bradley & Parham's. Dr. J. W. Naylor was here from Cayce, Sunday, to see his father, Judge Naylor. Mrs. Amberg is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy Kobbins, at Mayfield this week. Mrs. S. L. Dodds and children and Miss Sadie Amberg will return " Friday from Memphis. Mrs. Joe Amberg and sister, liss Myrtle Bowers, are visiting Memphis fdr a few days. There Is nothing belter for the khlcks than my No. 2 wheat. The price Is right. C H. Moore. The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society rill meet with Mrs. S. L. Royster Thursday afternoon, June 25th. New lines of Underwear, cool ammer bhirts, Neckwear and losery at Bradley & Parham's'. .Miss Eura Taylor, of Route 3, sited her grandmother, Mrs. Lucy cip, in East Hickman, Sunday. d takes g Sj a nl llmdnMillnn At Courier onic Shepard. Miss Mary Lee is on the sick list. Dr. Tull is staying at Mr. B, W. Tull's. Mrs. Fred Gammondi is on the sick list. Mrs. R. L. Gray, of Hickman, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Gray this week. Charlie Shepard's children have been very sick with whooping cough. R. L. and Arthur Gray, of Hick man, wert the guests of their mother, Mrs. J. A. Gray, Sunday. Mrs. S. M. Cavltt and daughter, Miss Lota, visited Mrs. Nannie Edwards and daughter, Miss Willie, Tuesday. HER OOQ IN ERMINE. It has remained for a New York woman to have an ermine coat made for her dog. Clnd in this royal fur the animal drives out daily in his mistrm' brougham or motor car, enjoying his constitutional in the most approved style. When ill a physician is called to treat the dog, and to hira the ivun f 5 a visit is paid. C. J. Sarrett is on the sick list. L. A. Brock ,for Sewing machines. Mrs. George Carpenter is on the sick list. L. A. Brock sells the best sewing machine on the market. Fayne Routen, who has been on the sick list is improving. Miss Victoria Bondurant was a Union City visitor, Wednesday. Misses Mayme and Ethel Naylor turned Tuesday nignt from a visit Milton Bondurant, of East HickMiss Kate Johnson at Nashville. man, is sick with whooping cbugh. jThe only trouble about "Square Layne Higgins and wife are visiteal Wire" Is that it lasts too long. ing relatives in Clinton, tois week. be farmers Hardware Co.. sells Born to the wife of Elmo Inman, in East Hickman, June 16th, a girl. Mrs. Bonner Cavltt. returned iaday to her home in St. Louis, Mrs. Aaron Kemp, of Route 2, er a visit to Mrs. S, Cavitt and visited Mrs. Willis Robertson, Sunlly. day. Mrs. R. L. Gray and children, Miss Mollie Stowe, of Mabel, is have been visiting her sister, visiting W. T. Sudberry's family s, Florence Cole, on Route 2, re- - this week. ned home this week. Mrs, Bertie Coplin, of Mayfield, rs. C. S. Scott, of Louisville, visited Mrs. T. T. Plummer one day arrive In Hickman the latter this week. :t of the week to visit her parents, The children of Lewis Tullls and ge R. S. Murrell and wife. wife are recovering from a spell of udge F, S. Moore returned Wed- - whooping cough. iday from a visit to his wife and The river will rise an inch or two ler relatives at Villa Ridge, 111. during the remainder of this week. s. Moore Is ill at the home of her This is expected to be the extent of ;her at Villa Ridge. the rise. Did man, look at those trousers Miss Jesssle Shrile, who has been it have on bagging at the knee, visiting relatives and friends here they? Take 'em to Case, the for several weeks, returned to fcor, and have 'em pressed, Ark., Sunday. ey'll look like a new pair, When a man makes the air blue rs. R, E. Millet is reported with Sunday school words because kh better today, She was strick-- ; his gas engine wonf run, there Is one with acute indigestion, effecting of two things wrong his engine is r heart, Wednesday morning, and either out of fix or he has gasoline Iras thought she would not recover. that wont test up to the standard. Krs. J. L. Atwlll, Miss Annie At-- The Courier sells gasoline the kind Master Clementine Atwill and that will stand the test. If its our ss Virginia Royster, of the Mud kind'you are using fix the engine. ick neighborhood, spent Wednes-r- . with Mrs. Beale and Mrs. B. can bel" if flying ma "Too bfld, Norratte; chines were numbered as automobiles lined to mo, your curiosity might be eflUsfled at leat three minute sooner." The Airship settled slowly. ' "It's jlackl Mary, Mary oh, she's gonel A nrotty chaperon she makes. No wonder I can't endure him, thrown At hi bead as I am. Well, let him come; I'm not afraid. I'll marry him or not, as I choose." He swung easily toward her. "I'm not glad to too you," was ber rude greeting. "Indeed?" cheerily. "I'm delighted to see you. What wedding garment are you making now?" "None for any wedding of yours." "Then put It away and fly with Hie. Dy nightfall we (hall hare reached the moon, where the folrlei lire, and there wo can bo wedded. You shall be bound so gently that eren you will forget to fret at lovo's silken cords Cornel" "Silly, can't you seo I'm busyT" "I can seo that you are saucy. Per mit mo," and without ado he picked her up, aonlng and all, and ran with her to the ship. In an Instant bey were off, and Norette, rod with anger, was tugging at the knots in ber thread. "I love you," said the man. "Ninety-nintlmosl" snapped the girl, taking hor teeth from a knot. There Is luck In nines." "Luck!" She glanced up scornfully, then a strange light leaped to her eyes and a quick color to her cheeks. Another machine, tho ship of tho rival lorer, silently sailed behind them. The gtrl knew that ho could hoar her every word. "I would throw myself from tho ship before I would marry a man who attempted to run away with me." As she spoke she perched porllously near tho edge of the boat and her eyes flew past Jack's shoulder and hono full Into the eyes of tho rival lover. Ho road her message and answered her daring with a nod and smile. In an Instant the second machine gilded noiselessly beneath the larger one and slightly to one side. The girl swung deliberately over the rail and swayed toward what seemed a reckless plunge to death. With a powerful effort Jack broko tho spell which held him, and, springing for. I "No, no, Norrette. ward, cried: will never " but the word froie on his 11 a as tho outstretched band ol tho rival lover rose Tram space to steady her Into tho other car, where, In defiance sho sung out: "60, take your trip to tho silver moon, ha, ha!" rioth men wero pale "It was a wicked thing to do," said Jack. Then with a quick tug, be changed his cours and shot away toward the gleamlni sun. "No wondor men adore you," said the rival lover. "Norrotte, when will you marry mo!" "Don't!' commanded tbo girl, In sudden fright. "I was a fool. This Is no time for Take mt home." "Dut, my answer; you promised II e love-makin- Burnt Caromel Ice Cream Every Day for Ten Days And Then Some!! We invite you to try it very fine Best cream ever in Hickman is battles together. Miss Baker, the daughter of E. P. Baker and wife, is one of the best known and most highly respected young ladies of this, city, and the groom, though nraclicallv n citizen of Fulton, has made many wicuus nere, wno wish for the new-l- y weds, much happiness and prosperity. Fulton Leader. n- A quiie wedding took place at the home of Rev. W. H. MeT .,t, Sat urday night which was a complete urpnsc 10 tnc parties most interested, Mr. Leonard Holland, formerly of Water Valley, and Miss Annie Mai Baker, of this city. While Mr. Holland and Miss Baker had been Intimate friends for many months, it was little suspected that the people would resolve to fight life's See the handsome line of suit cases and traveling bacs at RraHlt & Parham's. Route No. 5. Adron McDaniel's little son. Is very sick. at Reelfoot Sunday. Miss Zora Hudson attended church what we hear our customers say Uncle Mose Marshall is oh the sick list at this writing. Miss E.uma Hicks spent Sundav with Bob Hicks and family. " HELM & ELLISON THAT GAME ON THE LONG GREEN Farmers are busy cutting their wheat before it rains again. Joe Dawson and wife spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Escue. Will Hamblin sold a bunch of hogs to B.C. Hale, of Hickman. Tuesday. Waldon Stigler, and brother. No- len, attended the closing exercises of Crescent schoolFriday. Miss Una Marshal, of Clavton. is spending the week with her grand mother, Mrs. McCree at Union City. Miss Myrtle Butler has returned to her home in Union City, after a few weeks visit with Miss Emma . Hicks. Notice. What Congress Has Not Done. In reviewing the work of Con gress, which has just adjourned the Republicans themsejves can find very little to commend, while those Republicans who believe in the President's policies will find much to condemn. It has absolutely ignored every important recommendation made by Jhe President. It is a Congress guilty more of sins of It omission than of commission. failed to remove the duty on wood pulp, because the paper trusl was opposed to it, in the face of the fact that the demand from the people was overwhelming. The Republi cans were even afraid to let the matter come tq a vote in the House, because they knew it would pass. Even a worse case of omission was the strangling in the cqmmittee the Publicity bill which required political parties to publish a full list of campaign expenses and from what then, not now." when the moon la full," he whispered. She nodded and wa gone. "Did IT "To-nigh- t, To-nigh-t, In tho shadows of the court Nor- retto lingered among her roses. There was a fluttering, a gleam of white sllverod In the moonlight, and presently Jack fouqd her there. "Norrotte, I was rude. I offer no excuse, there Is none. Dut until today I did not know that you really hated me. I was foolish enough to think that you cared. Can you forgive mo before I go away?" She' held out her hand. Thank you" he said gently; "I was afraid you would not forgive. Good-by- , Norrette." "Don't go yet." she falterod. "Yo I you haven't said good-bto Mary." "You may tell her." y All persons residing in Hid are hereby notified that nra and under their c must'be kept in a sanitary cond as specified in the city ordir Inspection of the condition of wl premises and made in accordance with city sources the funds were derived. ulations, and those failing to The Democratic leader, John Sharp ly with the law will be fined. Williams, challenged in vain for a not neglect this matter. vote on this matter. In the face of Board of Heali the fact that the trusts are prospering at the expense of the public First Methodist Church. largely through the high protective A cordial inviation is extend tariff not a particle of tariff reform everybody to attend services at legislation was permitted. AdmitMethodist church next Sunday ting in their State platforms that the a. m. The subiect will be tariff needs revision a Republican mer Adornments." V Congress .absolutely refused to conAt 8 p. m., the ladies of the sider it. About all that Congress Missionary Society will have charge has done has been to pass a makeof the service. A splendid program shift currency bill and to break the is being arranged, and good music record for extravagant appropriawill be one of the features of this tions in the face of the condition service. The youngN people are that the whole country 2s economisespecially invited to this service. ing to meet financial depression. out-hous- es .... . h Para-goul- d, 1, "Well?" Jack, can't you seer "I see a man running down the stairs," said Jack dully. "I must go." "Oh, It Is ho!" whispered Norrette fearfully. "He Is coming after me. Jack, Jac dear, take roe quickly! I do love you." No dullnoss could fall to respond to that eagor pleading and to the cling ing of those trembling flngors. Iu the shadow of tho friendly balcony he bent and kissed ber willing Hps. "Norrotte," called a deep voice Iron across tho moonlit court. "I am here," said tho girl from her lover's arnw. "I am here," she repeated, dragging Jack forward Into the white light. "I'm sorry 1 mean I'm glad that I am going to marry Jack! You see Aunt Mary thtuks I ought And won't won't you have some fruit beforo you go? It's on tho roof!" "I "Dut" FRENCH 4 MARKET COFFEE HOW WOULD YOU LIKE The record of Congress instead of Hickman Won Again. strengthening the Republican party Hickman and Columbus crossed will be an element of great weakness in the approaching Presidential bats on the local diamond Tuesday. Hickman winning by the score of 10 race. to seven. Try the Courier's Want Column Neighbors for Hickman pitched winning ball and was. backed up by almost errorless support. A batting rally at Ihe latter part of the game was responsible for Hickman's victory. Up to that time Columbus was several runs In the lead. The Columbus team was accom panied by a number of rooters, stf-erladies being in the crowd. al $100 In Gold $100? Everyone who sends us in a list of English words nude up of any, or all, of the letters in Shaw, essle Batts and daughter, Miss e, are the guest s of the form- "i MUoar wao koiiaow. ) l k0UT Til II (III OOUIU1H mother, Mrs. Martha J, Faris. ty arrived here from Evans- , Ind., Tuesday, and will spend ral weeks in Hickman. wuutMui.rriii add ccumjk ro 4 Tain. uoaum tut wiu air torn Hint Worth Knowing. If ono Is evor seized with a sudden hemorrhage from the lungs, tho first thing to be dono, before the doctor gets there, is to take dry salt as quick ly as possible. This ofteu preventi further bleodlug entirely. A teaspoon ful of salt Is not too much to take, pn vlded Jt Is done, gradually, so us not to choke. The patient should, mom over, keep perfectly quiet and free from exttiteiueat and stay lu a room not too hot. No. 2 Wheat. C. H. Moore. "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE" will receive a present. The one sending in the greatest list of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hundreds of other valuable presents will be given free to contest ants. For list of presents and particulars regarding contest, ask your grocer, or writ to CONTEST DEPARTMENT Woodmen Unveiling. Elm.Camp 3 W. 0. W will il and dedicate a Monument to the memory of Sovereign A. T. Lynch at Brownsville Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 .30 p. ra., June 28th, with appropriate speakiijg atid exercises. All Woodmen are cordially invited to attend. A special invitation is hereby extended to all near by camps, Antioch especially, un-ve- NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD. ssflBMBaBMNMNuw ORLEANS I Misses Lizzie and Mayme Pickett, who have been visiting relatives at Dorena, returned home last week, JT. r ssh i.t art - ' tkf n ' If A Thrilling Incident at Sea. "Ship-wrecke- Ice Cold Drinks "Cayrt Weitrrn REFRESHING! COOLING! Made from the purest and most delicious FRUITS that money can buy served at our Soda Fountain with the famous LILY ICE CREAM. HELM & ELLISON THE HICKMAN COURIER Kentucky Like the Dw" W. 0. BPEER. and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietors. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCK. During the life of the Courier there have been 2,400 issues of the paper representing 2,448 weeks. One issue of this number was printed by Federal troops which invaded the city during the civil war and look charge of the shop; with this ex ception, the paper has ever espoused the cause of pure Southern Dcmoc-racy. n ii J8 In our files may be found records of the birth of many a child, whn grew lo manhood, was a grand ras Titvrsnag, June 18, l cal all the days of his life, and when Ti rlifcioe th Courier, with its ever copious supply of charity, magnified the few oftentimes very few paltry virtues of his existence, cast the mantle of righteousness over his pesky hide, and ushered him graciously out of the memory of mankind. If you are of the same trand, we promise the same to you, whether you ever spent a dollar for the Courier or not. To pity rather than censure, is one of our fallacies. It may be best. You are reading the first number Q.Il!L JLJLA of the Courier's 50th year. In whatever capacity we may fail, we ask v our indulgence and assistance. It is our policy to treat all mankind I I "on the square," to strive continual of our town ly for the No 'Paper July 4th. and county, and for the best inter In order to give the employes of ests of the greatest number of our this office a much needed vacation, citizens and friends. The present! is especially grateful e ivill print no paper daring 4th of management for the hearty support and patron July eek. No job 'work Ivill be done beftocen June 25 and July 6. age we have received at the hands Our patrons ivill please govern them of the good people of this communi ty,, and trust you will all live to selves accordingly. read this paper another fifty years. Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, poetofflce m second-clas- s mall matter. m 1 Our Fiftieth Year. Council Means Business. and they eat dinners now In the night, This week the Courier begins on I'm told. I like 'em beat when the its fiftieth year's work. In accordance with instructions uu Hii jr.w .ooai man as u am, .v l j,. k..l .. One bright June day, in 1859, the from the City Council, Marshal Dil ferance as whs they have to eat first copy of the Hickman Courier ion served notices on && persons, Sorry say wife ain't at home, 8ho was printed. Almost a this week, who own porperty on could skeer up a bite for you. She! got my dinner aa quick ns she could has passed since that day, and Clinton and Water streets that they nnd hurried over to one of the neigh through all the years that have fol must begin work on the construction bors, where the old nmld school teachlowed, the Courier has withstood of granitoid walks on certain proper er ain't expected to live till sundown. If the new ordinance is enfcrceJ, nearly mi toe women folks In the H ckman will have a lot nf new the storms that have assailed and ty, which was described in last neignoornood are nocitin over there, granitoid walks in the near future, banished many of its contemporaries, week's Courier, within the next 20 nnd I reckon they'll have a rnnrf tlmo and, like Tennyson's brook, "goes days Mrs. Atlute uonley, and daueher, MUs rJixabeth, of Corydwi, Kv on forever.'' The city dads mean business in are the guests of Mrs. B. T. Davu Among the. musty, vol this matter. They do not propose If you use a pulverized or urou. umns of this old paper may be found to be bluffed in the enforc;ment of koffee you can gel an extra fifle ere many a touching story this ordinance, as in some instances "When the Cap'en Hollered Agin E from C. H. Moore at 25c per pour i ten joys and tragedies whose actors nf th m,i Tf tv, Dangers of Defective Plumbing Chucked That Blessed Kid J" w '"w A,ro,t thn Bit of iraulnn Mrs. B. T. Davis and son, Klnp, ., in life's drama have long since pas J . .. .1 uu iiov up ana iaice nonce, 1.1 Defective plumbing permits the entrance returned Monday from' Louisvllie, sed away. While time has wrought where, they have been visitinR fil.endi their walks will be built just the Mm' ovcr wltn u'e milk of 'uman into the houe of sewer gai bearing gmi of con many changes, the Courier's press, same. lodness; rigsed up a shelter for us, tor several days. Antlrinatin lho nmhnhli tagious dieacj to which the human iytcm readily luccumbj. r r land there we stopped for a bloomln , , with her wanted regularity, has con A. J. Kimhro, of Hickman, one d reiusai oi some to comply witn this week. tinued from week to week, from year act, the the candidates for sheriff of Full t city has already placed an "That kid was dressed up In skins, Is Your Plumbing System Defective? to year, to chronicle the happenings county, is shaking hands with tb order for gravel, cement, etc., and ?nd f mainmy carried It Scwcr gai is not neccmrily generated in the tcwer, but U for all tho world like them squaws, which make the history of a city, voters here today. Friday will be in a position to take up the Then we'd a pretty rough Journey frequently created in the plumbing iytem within the house and meatier. state and nation. The Courier has work for said proptrty owner if he 'cross country to a missionary's house. enters the apartments through defective fixture. not only seen generations come and shnnH fail n Hn J. M. Perry and son. of N'w mitKin. 4h tim. wnero we a a good rest, and blme by ' ..... . . ... . Iberia, La., arrived its Hickman . uuiiitj m iviu utuuuB, a nine manor go and Hickman her first love-g- row , .. "o en The mot dangerUIllll. nt mllo nr n Friday, to spend a few weeks wih from a little hamlet to a thriv ous sewer gases are "m,t ,l 'ud tako too lon' to tell you There are a number of walks in relatives. iMr. Perry is a brother ing, progressive city.but in the warp often inodorous and of Mrs. B. Moore and C. A. Perry, the business part of thr city that are w. lnB cou""v wo passeu mroiigh, or our udVentures. for w..m ..mm and woof of the past she has follow therefore not discovand is a former resident of th really a disgrace to the town, and time afore we got to civilization. Hut ed the shuttle of action through war, city. ered until well, thore! It Just should have been replaced with good ,nat baWy! pestilence, floods, national disasters, renders necessary an When buying flour, be sure tin' ones years ago. The councilmen political triumph and don-falyou get the genu tic the arc of one mind examination Star" lie r conof in the matter of it And It was tho 'cutest llttlo cubs you advance of civilization, and the modmadefy Hesheres & Jackson, ditions, but often too being too late to do good," ever Baw "used out In them outlandColumbus. Because this flour Is s ernizing of the present age, and last 'never late to repair the damand will see that the business sec- well liked in Hickman, several othen I, ly the development of the grandest 'Alnt wunnerful what they snmll age done. are trying to infringe on its repul t critters will live throuEh? wiir ,n.t and greatest nation on eatth.. It Hon of the town has decent walks. tion. Mose mrkelt, agent. 1 f you are from? Puntaa Arenas. in A commendable move, gentlemen, klri. you much. would be hard to enumerate those and our ahln '"M1" doubt, consult us reSeth J, Glover, a prominent farr things of interest which have tran and you will receive the endorse- - Crltn, and Jolly glad we nil was to sea er about 45 years of age was per garding the piping, also spired during the scope of the Cour raent and hearty support of everv tno,n lhor5 0,11 Dovar cin "R1"- Yes. naps fatally Injured at Fulton, ti. m the replacing of defecBJ wreck'!d!."d ier s age. Any of us will concede nay morning n , citizen, ac i i ii oe lour umes more. Who knows tive fixtures with uent. Mr. Olovcr drove to town they are many. The kid's mother she took to nil Put in the walks. iteBtlMHl" Porcc-lai- n a buggy and while standing in frcit .our 'ardnhlps very kind, and stepped Most of you know that the Courof the. Christian Grocery Co , h i Enameled Ware, out ukb a Rooa un wnentiver there ier is the oldest paper in Western horse, from some cause, ran awiy, which Is scknowlcdccd A piano trust composed of the was any inarchln ter bo doiiu. We 'ad a good bit of It altogethor, and a good Kentucky, and is a venerable estab- throwing the man out of the burrv the best sanitary equipKnabe, Chlckering and Foster-Armany ahocks one wuy and another lishment when compared with any and badly bruising him. While t strong companies has been formed uui nv (.biuc mrougn era an smllln', ment in the world. bones were broken yet Mr. Glov-- r institution in the state. It is also "The only thing ns upset 'or was in New Jersey with $6,000,000 capi- contends thnt his condition is serious w'en the cap'es threw the kldl" the oldest business establishment in & tal. When that trust is jumped on To stop any pain, nnvwheres Hickman. It might be of interest Baseball Players and 20 minutes, simply take iust one cf to our younger readers to know that there'll be music in the air. Foot Racers! ur. snoop's I' nk Pa n Tablets the Courier from 1859 to 1875 was UmiWJ. Krtiger. Pain means congestion blood pre. lontr Ancient Rome only as large as at preswVueonfWi! titTm",y "wl J,0"ttUl1' sure that is all. Dr Shoop ent and cost the subscriber $2.50 a iMiow merely a memor or tlieput but "DurliiB my Unlnlnir .Headache or Pink Pain Tablets- IJnlnient H the ftwiilly in. roce. at Halt fj.ke City. of elubt week' foot Thad D. Lee and Miss Lola White Did you get "stung'' on the last win quickly coax blood pressure nient of positive year, The advertiser of that d3y cure for the twentieth century. A Kpraliu. llalluril Hnow IJiilnient In April la.t. I u.i.l- were to my greatest wtllheumiitUm. Hum. Out, united in marriage at the buggy you bought? It wasn't an away from pain centers. Alter paid almost three times as much for Neuruliila, etc. Mr. O. II. Ituiiyon, Htonberl Tliorefore, I highly recommend Hnow MethodUt parsonage ry, Mo. wrlteai"! Imve uwil bnow Uiiliieut h Union Cltv. Anchor that's the teason. Anchor that pain Is gone. Headache, to all una nil pain, Jcuii't My Mnliuent bruUe who are troubled with Sunday morning, for ItueumatUiu advertising space and rarely chang- CIIVUKU III !! JraihV," praliie. or rbeuuintlm'H SCc. k June 7, by the buggies arc conceded to be the best Neuraleia. uainful neriods with wo aim iio. pastor oi tne Methodist Church. on the market. Farmers Hardware men etc. tret instant help. 20 ed his "ad" over once a month. Helm d Klllnou. Hehl,U4bSlK,11, ,,rU Hloru' ",0" kcv. w, u, relief 8. Co. Tablets 2So. SnM ! n Halers half-centur- y Mowlett, the editor of the country rPer. whllo out for a day Anion his subscribers, hnlted nt the house of old Mrnuel Jncklln Ho had time to stop only a few moments, he said: n delinquent tax list demanded his attention nt homo, nnd as his "patent side" had not as yet been rermtiPfttiimis wn couldn I Janti no- - claimed from tho merciless maw of vliariM nml hurk we COniO to tho thn express office, nothing toward tho Lrr ndn. nnd n awful night wo printing of bis next numner could bo "pent, 1 can tell ycr, thinking as 'ow done until nftnr his return to town. And after sitting n long time' It """ ""' . . Dren,K uv seemed ns If ho were nb'dut to go. He hoat WIlg inch.d right enough, nnd took up his hat nnd had mado n motho missis was lowered Into 'cr. Then tion to put It on his head when his was seized upon by tho rattle the enp'en with tho kid In 'Is arms went to the stern of tho wreck, and we of dishes In the dining-room- , Just to se whnt across the hrond passageway In tho watched brrathless-llke would do, holdlu' tho boat with our north section of thn old log house. It oars as best we could with them great Is of no doubt that the embryo crowwaves tossln' us about like a shuttle ing of a domlnecker had appealed to the scribe to break cock. 'Well, the enp'en shouted somcthln. his Journey In the hopn ot breaking to tho mate, who stood In tho boat his fast nt the house of his "constnnt with 'Is arms stretched out, and when render," nnd as lie drove Into tho the enp'en hollered again 'e just yard he was seen to cook his eye at chucked that blessed kid ncrost tho n Plymouth nock pullet Hut ns the hours wore hungrily fait of 'eavlng water, and tho mnto 'o along he saw no signs of dinner. In got u nit rigni, ana tain u in ma m torn of the boat whilst the capon no seeming fenr of danger the chickens walked about tho yard. And from came aboard somo'ow 'lasolt Thnt kid didn't caro a mite! It tke wlndoy. where n perfumed breeie just crawled nbout amongst our legs, murmured music nmld the tendrils of as Jolly as a sandboy, till Its ma got n trumpet vine, the editor looked 'old of It She was In a pretty takln'. across a corner of tho garden Into n 1 cftn tell yer, when she saw r off- - lot where In the sunshine sucking plgi. Just big enough. If masted, to ?' , , bold crab apples In their months, or i shouldn't bo 'ere a tellln' you of were tumbling over one another. Not with an extra effort of memory this yarn, nnd the Injuns met us brlm was It that the newspaper man recalled tho fact that his i breakfast had consisted mainly of awl- den cakes and extreme harry. It was fresh In his mind as he heard thn "pot rack, pot rack" of a gulnen hen. Out with the air of vltnl concern he talked on the condition of the country nnd of foreign probabilities. He didn't load down his speculative mind with whnt had taken place. That wonld have been a matter of mere Industry. It lay within the keen province of his vision to discover what wight be done If such and such should happen. If a certain prime minister should resign, or If the emperor should, so far forget himself as to say so and so In his coming speech, why It was clear thnt this, that and tho other would happen. And old Llm agreed that It waa no doubt true. Tho sun lost Its balance and slipped over Into the afternoon, the waving vine nt the window sifted a softer light, and still there was no call from pot or pan. So, at last, tho editor arose and was about to put his hat on his head when there came from the dining-roothe rattle of dlshon. Then he hesitated, turned nbout as If he had Just thought of a wlso thing to say, and sat down. "I reckon a cat must have run over the (able." said old Lin, and Bhang W, Mowlett's heart beat low In despair. "Sorry, colonel, you didn't come a little earlier. Reckon you seen some of them pigs out there. Had one ot their brothers roasted to a fall of tho year brown, and" Tho editor Col. Bhang W. last was about tho most excltln of cm nil. Want to 'car about It? lllght oh! "My ship was thn Olcncnlrn, capon of her N'lcholls by namo. 'R'd Ms wlfo and babby aboard, kid only 16 months old. Wo was wrecked off t:apo Horn In Jnlv: struck tho rocks In na cavy a pale as over I've knowed; fog, and snow, and ev'ry luxury. a one might say. Two men drownded In gottln' off tho lifeboat. Tried twlco, wo did, and tho second tlmo was successful. "Mrs. Nlcholls and the kid wero got In, but the sea was that rough "'! -- jld tho teller of the story, "and the four times I'vo bin," Urn JtMion TtM V IDmftcr ,0 U 3 3 -- m grabbed int hln handkerchief nnn wiped his mouth, Old 1.1 m continued "And I had somo early rose potatoes ns pink-eyetheso as one of thes Albumins -- Is that what you call 'cm?" "Albinos,' drawled the editor "Yes. that's It; seen one In thn side show when the clrkls coino to l'unly And I had some of the best corn bread t reckon you ever snw made out nf this pearl corn. Hard! Why. you could have n grntn of It set nnd v.'enr It for a breastpin. Along with It nil. too. was a yaller pitcher full of but termllk brought from thn sptlng house, and" "i ve got to go, thn editor ex claimed, Jumping up nnd clspplng his hat on his head. "Walt n mlnlt and let mo tell yon nbout It Ket down," nnd the old man shoved the editor bnck Into his chnlr "And I do reckon I had soidm of the best sparrnr grnss that ever growd outen the ground, and these little brownish redlshes that look like a rusty-con- t Why. npple. Haungryl colonel, I never was hnungryer In my life. And 8usan, my wlfo. lit kept of n sarin', TV. tiave another help to the pig,' and well, I eat onniigh to last me for a week. I reckon you nre that way, too. FoIIm must bring you thou sands or things these hero women that write; don't care much for sutbln to eat themsolves snd fetch It to you. You may not make aa much money as a county Jcdge, but I talc It you llvn ofl'n the fat of the land. So you think that If this her prime prenohor re I HATS AND CAPS ! TO SUIT YOUR 2 FACE i The hat that is necessary to malfc you look well is here, in all styles and colors. Millet & Nmjlor i i DID YOU KNOW nnd sneezes before breakfast them's likely to be rain In northwest town ship, range enst Looks that way to me. too; and I reckon I'll have to mske my prlpnratlons accordln. Hut, speakln' of breakfast there nln't nothln' nicer, to my notion, than a piece of roasted pig, with the brown crust on It, brlled on thn coals. Oh, I hear of folks that for break fast eat hot milk and doll stuffln'. but that don't touch the sfot where I live. Now a right nice yaller-lechicken, a leelle more than half grown, snatched offn thn fnco of thn earth nnd filed before he knows what's tho matter with him he's some, I want to tell you. Made up your mine ylt ns to who Is to be the next president? nut I reckon you've burn so busy you hain't paid much attention to It. This nere social urn, too, Keeps you on the nnra. ton: roll Tel. No. 4 for groceries. St. John't DayJune 24. Telephone the news to 21. Gasoline at the Courier Office signs" Threlkeld's for hot and cell "Prime minister," muttered the lunches. editor. That cow ordinance Is bephmnj "An, nan. And you think ir he resigns and tho emperor knlohes cold to bag at the knee Too bad that we cant empl y home labor on the library buildirg, That good coffee you had Ia:t time carhe from JJettetiwortb & Pr,v ther'i. FOR SALE Jersey cow and fine young calf. Apply lo C. L 52-j- d Rose. town Monday, fir Jailcrof Fulton county, T. P. Baker, of Fulton, candidate was m ha. f t,. u 1 I I - ,,i Cruihed Oyster Shells. Grit. Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed at C. II. Moore's. John Wheeler and wife, of Union City, were In thii city Saturday, en- route to at, Louis. Mrt. LUCY LciD, of ClVCC nclnh- borhood, was a pleasant caller at omce, wonuay. T.tl..,. TV, i TLf.- -. , Wt.. t HCII " the best tea costs less than a half ... ML... -- l I. :. m.mi r "7 "ul "dc ' If its in the nrocerv line, we can y tf ien lt as chcap aml ai RCQi a, any ,u . n m 11 ""' I time-wor- n 1 half-forg- ot J I 1 Wr " , pick-a-bac- W I . T1 l, "J! AT - I - public-spirite- d Vr. run-a-wa- v m SwrF7 COTTON ADAMS Ul- one-four- th WJhen you have ff saved THE "BEA" TREE Byron William. $25.00 The question arises, "What Shall I Do With It?" There Is no belter way than to deposit It in the This is Certainly Lolfo Shoe Time SBBBBBBBBBSW 5i Hickman Bank of Hickman, H where it will be Absolutely safe and always ready for you when you need it. Limit your spending and save the balance. You will be surprised how quickly you can create capital when you go about it in the proper way and with determination. When it comes to choosing your Low Shoes you might just U3 woll select fcliem from the Htoro tlmt shows you tho most vnried collection of stylos from which to make your choice. At Millet & Naylor's you will find nil leathers, woightu and sizes. You nro welcome to an inspection of our lino whether or not you nro clufiniioly rendy to buy. Put Some Money Alvay Noln- - Men's Low Shoes Ladies' Low Shoes - 3.50 to 5.00 2.50 to 4.00 7 I not around the house where it may bi destroyed or stolen, but by depositing it in this bank. Wc stand for safety First, Last and All the Time. rSaBMBBBMSBBaBBsiBBaaBBBBBBBBBBaBBBsaaBaM I Christian Church. Bible School 9:30 a. m. Com- umun service ai 11 :uu a. m. Being Original SHubbla and Fattr nd Hilly and MB, Next thlnr we foucht off thee with wa found a oful bltf hole In Irnf! urn linmli, wui n lot or amall Ifeaa buiilnt laklnc a pall full of flweeta with a ruhl thri. we wui a cooling- away with the Stuff Btabbln l. "thli la a UK A. tr.o-la- Wa 'llOO!" aod a noise, very hollow and karet" rough I o w lit Inl lhe tlilnir with a Bnw "listen," ed Stub with thee Pall dripplna-ful- l ttltllnK th HOner l Nature" nrt IwJ It wa a oful hard Tr 2 cut down, ThorD- "lht awl of ua Kellrr wuz tuckrrod out brawnt wu h a charging- us Madder than thn, awl at one ah cum ICrnihlnr mi Time-mawjryew think that us Kids didn't thal wui almost ml taat Tree cut. Inr kllmel Katty not caught In thee Fence glttln Stub col hi note baJljr aklnned by a through, limb, I vut thee first 2 git Kat lout hla Hat wher the trfa hit thee hiud lost thee BwreUover It 21 got we had frura on in; "that wu a purty tit Bhave," Billy sum ine iree Is kareless. I ere! feller alius d. If I had a mnnA 1 IMfip. .I.ik wlplnr the blud from the top of Kat'a I wood haii m rescued hay Honey ' I Money (o Loan. can make farm loans in Fulton farming lands. i. thr na - If till. vtitvrr loaned. t. ty 4 Not more than ff n fnrm trill Loans made for five .a a I " full imi making any size partial payment iflMf 4m - . In - . WW ybe " - ELU" said Mrs, Steelby, sighing with a somewhat weary compla- cency, "to-dareally did a good day's work, John." "How's thatr queried Stcelby, briefly, attacking bis chop with fer y - vor. ruBhed .U. t i!-- -. t . Spradum, 4 Atty-at-La- Union i.i I ii , . r mici Miliumitumuuic u viycc negate farmers' institute tor iiiiiiirii B a Wa urn OIUDJ that irux v t B I s H r A.aaVliaaB win r n"iri Nunnn bB,B,B,l. vtilh iuic uucciur, oi onciuyviuc, a rAsnc HP" Practical PAINTERS Plml Mulln Minn! D.I.I. tl.n..l.i.. .i i rt)mli)iiatlnii nf ami iiiv ' iii'iin-" V mrtlnii. It la ""i""" " in iv iwiiii niauc ui iin- . ; itnuiti. nail . lllonp. V lfnriil muln iiitnf. i. Willi a stick cannot prwluco rcxulu llko A . I Wrff armors nr n nnn mtintu enr.ii in Mr. Hanna, as he has a re- t vw a. aa f r 1 .a at a m i . est to them. 1 ..i . r fertilltv and clovers will be in manv sections ot the coun- 0 attracting the attention of its rs, and will be given special ion. ''Construction and Main- - M Mastic Mixed Paint HatataiH " TVtaf mmmm .VW Tt - vaTft sW-- 2 ground and lliereforc, i)rolii , ! " hat will command . J special at- - a nm.oilier. closer and mora beautiful uiuro Mirtan- - una rmuin lliu elements better. iiw bto w jiuuhii; on a jxxir paint is lust as much as for imUliie on Hattlo Paint that does not have to bo " jear or so we saving is an in favor of Mattlo Paint. l.y iKworrul machinery which, w P. Pncrra nf W. ...... .MI.U nnj. twvl.) W. CJmllMnn With lecturers, has an array of Manufactured by PEilSLEE-GAULlERT iQtiriralriI is CO., K All who have been selected the Fourth District, are t . LOUISVILLK. I 1... t insure a good attendance. It y you to lose the time to at- I FOR SALE BV o' ... 4 .- - . -. HICKMAN DRUG CO., Incorporated. alone. Cayce Is preparing you a hearty welcome. The July 7 and 8. MOTOR MAIL COLLECTOR I aic ciauy auuijuicKiy enccarmw -- :1 "You know how I always am at Christmas. John," explained his wife, "bo that I get packages all mixed up and send people tho fer wrone articles by mistake." 'Tor Instance, that little break ot malllnt pink baby booties to our esteemed bachelor uncle," John assisted, "Yes," acrvod his wife, hastily, mat particular blunder was still a sore) point. The uncle was a rather Important parsonage, potentially, If not actually, "But nioro than that, John, It's the foolish selections you mako You don't when you are hurried. hava a chance to show any originality. Mrs.TBrlggs, who talked beautifully at the club Wednesday, showed us that it was a positive Insult to our friends to cite them things picked up In a hurry at the last minute-."What's all this got to do with your day?" prompted her husband, selectlag a third hot biscuit from tho plata at his elbow. "Why, everything," said Mrs. Steel- by, lucidly. "Please explain," Insisted Steelby. "Well," said his wife, "after listen ing to Mrs. Briggs I made up my mind to bo as original as I possibly could bo In every single caso. So I caught the 9:15 train this morning and simply put la the day downtown, looking for things." Steelby groaned. "Were you part of that throng of women which tramped up and down tho streets all aftor-noonhe snapped, "Why, John I Of course I spent part of my time there, but nearly all day I Just looked at things in the. shop. I thtnk It's the only way to get Ideas Just look and look until you happen to think of what you want." "Oh, bo that's the idoa. Is it?" Steelby, with a nollccablo lack of sympathy. "I'm glad to got a line at last on the processes of the female " Card of Thanks. thfng is terribly crowded:. But I al ways managed to got attention, one I wish to think the good people of way or another." "How's that? What do you moan?" Hickman and the management of demanded her spouse, suspiciously, the water works for saving my resibut Mrs. Steelby hurried on without dence from destruction by fire last week, when the Salmon residence noticing tk-- Interruption. "It was an awfully hard day, John, burned. Your efforts in my behalf You men have no notion what a drain are appreciated)". B. Graham. this Christmas shopping is. Especially when you Insist upon being original Directoire Gowns. By one o'clock I was completely fagged out. I happened to run acrons The latest development in the Mrs. Peter's Just thon and wo went realm of fashion, is what is known up to the lunchroom and had a cup as the "Directoire Gown," a wil- of tea. I wasn't going to eat anythln and she thought at first she would lowy, figure-fittin- g costume, which Just have a glaan of milk, but erery- is in reality a revival of the ancient thing looked so good that we ended by ordering a chafing-dislobster and costumes worn by the Grecian some salad and coffee and ices. After ladies. In speaking of this new that we both felt rested." "H'm" remarked Steelby to his sensation, the Drygoodsman of St. coffee cup. "It takes these delicate Louis, says : little women to put it all over a coal"About a month ago the fashion heaver when It comes to appetite! "But It Is such a satisfaction to world was startled by the appear ance at one ot the Sunday afternoon know that you have accomplished lot," pursued his wife, dreamily. races of four young women attired don't mind being all tired out and miss ing five calls and tearing my lace in Directoire gowns of radical and waist in a basement bargain dopart- - senational type. The sheath-fittin- g ment. I feel very grateful to Mrs, gowns, which revealed the, figure in Briggs for putting It into my head to almost every line and curve, and be really original this Christmas.1 "What did you get?" inquired Steel the low yoke and tight sleeve of by, with his first real appearance of diaphanous material, are said to Interest. He placed his napkin on the have shocked the blase Parisians. table and sat back In his chair, much The feature of the gowns which soothed in spirit by an excellont din ner, and prepared to listen to a long caused the sensation was the opening catalogue of novel and striking pur at the side of the skirt, which re chases. vealed the foot, ankle and calf alV began Mrs. Steelby, Im "I got pressively, and paused. "I got," she most to the knee. Now within a weut on after a moment, checking off a little more than four weeks after the items on the fingers of her left monogram handkerchiefs their appearance at Paris, we are hand, "six for Ned, a gamo for Willie and calen having exhibits of them in American dar for Sue, a box of notepaper for department stores. "While it is true each ot Cousin Harry's children, a book for your sister, a necktio for that the extreme styles have not each of your brothers, and for you been taken seriously, it is conceded a big, lovely box of cigars!" that even the most radical models For moment Steelby remained star ing nt. his wife. Then ho burst Into are foreruners of fashion and indi a roar ot laughter. cate that for the coming season the "Original!" ho gasped, between Directoire styles will be strongly paroxysms. Fnnally he quleled down and wiped his eyes. "Let's sample felt, and must be reckoned with.'' thnt box now, Mrs. Steelby," he sug Well, it could be worse. gested. Chicago Daily News. k h . 1 ! I Dr. Shocp's (. Maeic aa a Oint- t l tai uux as a convincing icsi. address Dr. Shoop, Racine JIWIV V Witt iliUlt at! . '. . wacic u ntment would stand Remember it Is made ex am alone for swollen pain- or internal. an ueaiers. aa Was Original "Thunderer." Cant Be Separated. The original "Thunderer" of Print , ing Houee square was not, as many Some Hickman People Have' people suppose, the famous newspaper itself, but one of Its writers, Cnpt. Ed- teamed now to Get BUI of Both. ward Sterling, who, after being cnlled to the bar and serving as a volunteer Backache and kidney ache are twin" during the Irish rebellion, finished a versatile career on the staff of the brothes. Times. Capt, Sterling was a well- You can't seprate them. known figure In London political cir And you can't get rid of the back mind" cles and was father of the most fa ache until you cure the kidney ache. "Of courso it Is," Mrs. Steelby as mous John Sterling, critic, isssaylst sured him, "I don't know how many ud friend of Wordsworth, Coleridge If the kidneys are well and stroncr. Every- - and ua Qulncey. cotin'ers I've stood at the rest of the system is pretty sure to be vigorous and healthy. Doran's Kidney Pills make strong. BKBT .... Larve iarSOn. p. r.. , ....... casivq iiuverusing comes to fj ' w" inr. n i l. . imm.. The point is this throw iiuiiMi healthy kidneys. John Fethe, living on Troy Ave., Hickman, Ky., says: "I am truly- thankful for the great benefit I have derived fiom the use of Doan's Kidney Pills and for the benefit of suf- fering humanity, it is a pleasure for me to recommend this remedy in a public way. I suffered from many symptoms of kidney complaint, the most annoying being a weak back. tried all the remedies I could think of, but found no relief. Finally someone advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I procured them at Helm & Ellison's drug store. They cured me and I will always be glad to recommend them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.' Fostcr-Milbur- n Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole acents for the Unit ed States. Miss Utie Parham returned from Ackerman, Miss., Wednesday; of ast week, and will spend a month or two with her parents, W. H. Parham, near town, ' t ' .a -- tllllUIKLLU possible. (a It is the et quiet about his place of 0ijrlgU ill and his pancr of nine Q 0 - - ...... n --i.n nr. iha r"" t ... . I ua I hust- by Wl& wint for collecting mall. in iiniinn , nr New motor tricycle recently Introduced in Washlnoton roU bv the oouem. ww.iviw iiutnifi a lie uiis Duuuing is oeing con- of white brick and makes a appearance. Smith and wife, of Fulton. g S. Smith, since our last The spirit of party harmony and unity in the Democratic ranks throughout the state is indeed pleasFor Autos and Launches ing to observe The press of the state is unanimous in Its sentiment along this desirable line and has t a. joined in u united eifort to promote (let the (lusolliiM at Courier OJtlri tea this sentiment throughout every pre cinct in the state. L3RADLKY & PA HI I AM 1 Good wheat crop. TibioHflO- gGet ready for th(e Sanitation Holds Undisputed Sway at the NOVATION FOUNT I Big Stock on - Hand I i I i p Some Interesting Prices . . . I Runabouts I Top Buggies Harness . . $35.00 and up $45.00 and. up $9.50 and up We must close out the present stock as we wmiL tne i uuui iui uur fall stove business!!!!! We Have some Bargains for the Afext Few Days vw 1 4 Hickman Hdw. Co., Incorporated THE JAPANESE n. PUG AND THE DRAGON John Vines Wright, who wai the oldest living exmember of Congress, . TIT m I. l iL uicu xuc&uay m nis huiuc in uasu-ingtoAlthough near 80 years old he had been regularly at his desk in the Government Land Office until two months ago, when he had a stroke of paralysis. He had the unique distinction of making more treaties with the Indians than any other man. Judge Wright was born in county, Tenn., in 1828 ani was educated in Louisville. He was admitted to the bar in 1852 and was elected to Congress in 1854, serving In the memorable session preceding the Civil War. He resigned when Tennessee seceded in 1861, and served in the army until he was elected a member of the Confederate Congress. While Cclonel of the Thirteenth Tennessee regiment Judge Wright had his horse shot from under him at the Battle of Belmont. Mc-Nairy llS W But 8ome Day the Drnn Will Wake Up. Dorena. Services next Sunday at Locust Grove bv Rsv. StoneciDher. spending Mamuel. DeWitt Reid, of Hickman, is several days with Harry Sidney Stocking, who has been at tending school at Charleston, returned home Monday. A. H. Henderson and little sons, passed here Saturday, enroute to Hickman. Mr. Brock, the government civil engineer with several helpers has Last Friday evening, Mrs. Chas. been working on the levee for the Travis entertained quite a large past few days. number of friends at euchre. The ot Esquire Futrell rooms were lighted with many canAt the home Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Mr. dles, making a charming effect. Farbion Armbruster and Miss Flos- There were seven tables arranged sie Watts, ot the Crutchfield neigh- and the games were much enjoyed. borhood were wedded by the 'Squire. The first prize, a dainty cup and The couple are well known and saucer, was won by 'Mrs. C. G. Schlenker, and the second prize, a highly respected in their vicinty. cup, by Mrs. C. P. Shumate. Cream to Blytheville, and cake were served. & 0. T, Salmon went A. T. Church was here from 'Ark., last week, to preach for the people there Sunday night. Tuesday. -- 'Leslie and Tommie, Harvey Plumlee Arrested. Deputy Sheriff Goalder Johnson arrested Harvey Plumlee in Hickman this morning, oh a warrant charging him with stealing hogs, from Claude Hale, and another charging him with stealing timber from R. T. Tyler. Plumlee will be given a preliminary hearing this afternoon before Squire Whipple, who is acting in the absence of Judge Naylor. He resides near No. 9 Luke. fjMi mm 1 OOCI ITIll DIC Wedding Invitations, Monngrams, Stationery, Etc, see us, STRAYED One bay horse with black mane and tall; mane worn where collar works, large white 'spot in forehead, 15 2 hands high 9 Iialttng Cards. Announcements, I V Ful-to- n, years old. Liberal reward, Bushart, Hickman. L. M. 4th. Delicious Phosphates n Tailor shop over Rice's store. "Cokes" Sundaes Ouler the Courier today. Candy and cigars Williams' res tailor, press that Let Case, the ....Et& Drinks a Specialty.. . Liu rant. suit. Nothing but the Purest Syrupi Leave your laundry with Bradley Remember, you must pay for toll and Crushed Fruits Used' & Parham. messages. .Hickman Drug Co. Will Gray, of Bardwell, was Leave your laundry with Bradley INCOHWlltATKII & Parham. here Monday Get the habit of trading at Bet 25c gets a good meal at Williams' tersworth Frather s. restaurant. Anonymous Letter Writers. Need a sewing machine? See L Leave your laundry with Bradley A ypung fellow, who sent A. Brock, at Rices Store. & Parham. thre. & Ellison are making some enlng anonymous letters to farmeri Helm T. F. Benton made a business trip in Lincoln county and who improvements their store i, to Fulton today. caught dead to rights by a detects Marion Provow is building a resl Russell, of Tiptonvllle( Blanna gladly compromised after being & dence for himself in West Hickman was here Sunday. dieted by paying $325 and going tc See the handsome line of suit 1.11 l rry. . Krisp Cakes and Crackers j.ui iui six mourns, inepcralu at C. H. Moore's. cases and traveling bags at Bradley thoritles will doubtless get him a.t. & Parham's . I make all kinds of alterations on This is paying pretty sever.y f.. clothing. Case, the tailor. Mrs. Roy Clark visited her par the cowardly habit, but i ac3t. Pure Canadian Sap Maple Syrup ents, J. W. Rogers and wife a few mous tetter writers learn a lutz C. H. Moore, Tel. No4. days last week from his punishment, he n! iy Prof. Cabby's residence, recently Miss Eva Love, of Fulton, is vis ... . iw damaged by fire, is being repaired.' itlng her sister, Mrs. Vause Wll . ..... WH "MS C t,n !1. - .1 I.- The town of Reeves, Tenn., was liams, this week hwi 11.1 iiui -- nu i.tu iiu Alllll L lUXt almost wiped off the map by fire last Try Threlkeld's Eiting House is the most craven. State Jourzj, next time. If you are hungry you night. will be taken care of. Telephone Cases Decided, Hickman Hardware Co. is The AH iklnds of repairs for sewing some good prices on buggies making The Court of Appeals has machines. See Brock, Singer Ma this week. ed a decision in the cases of Dr I chine agent, at Rice's store. Mrs. J, W. Cook and children are K. Davidson vs. the Cumba.u; Electric fans, ice cold drinks, re home from a visit with relatives Telephone & Telegraph Co., anltlj gular or short order meals at Wil near Beelerton. city of Hickman vs. the same xt Give it a trial. Buggies for popular peo liams' place. porauon, dui we are unable u iein Anchor New line of underwear, coo pie at popular prices. Farmers lAWbl iu tug mac lu(lt.r tr Hardware Co. Summer I. Neckwear and Shirts. IV... i.l f it- Mrs. Gertrude Henry, of New Hosiery at Bradley & Parham's me wins me loimcr case anu .1 i.r Madrid, is the guest of her father, It is easier to ralie five pounds o vlnc I he latter.. f ..... . E. E. Reeves. rm i.. I.. pork than one pound of tobacco, and Dr. Joe Luten and wife are visit the pork will sell for the most money the collection of all money tu.J Ing the former's parents, Dr. S. W. Miss Leila B. Stokes, of Water him and others to the company Luten and wife. Valley, and William E. Bell, of Ful is in excess of the rates emboucl Wayne Beadles is here from Flor tori will be married Tuesday June the franchise granted by th.j c The franchise rates are I .so ence, Ala., on a visit to his sister, 30th. Mrs. S D. Luten. G. T. Jordan has one load of good houses $2.50 and residences SI x brs John Wheeler, wife and daughter, sheep for sale mostly good ewes per month. The company has If interested write or call on him at charging and collecting $2 75 fra of Tiptonville, were here Saturday p Iuka, Miss. businew houses and $1.65 from ttientoute to St. Louis. Geo. R. Millet, of Cairo, was dences. Case, the tailor, makes a special In the city's case, if we called to Hickman, Wednesdy, on ty of cleaning and pressing ladles' . III i. I account of the illness of his mother, .1 .1 It iL. skirts. Prices right. . t j - m ti n Mrs. R. E. Millet. hi nil iri iif It r t New line of Underwear, cool Last Friday afternoon, Mrs, T, except that we will not get tbe Summer Shirts, Neckwear and T. Swaync entertained the Embold-er- y service to other towns as tpec-- ta Hosiery at Bradley & Parham's. Club. Refreshments of cream the franchise. . The city trift , Roy McKinney and wife returned and cake were served. til ...I. 1.1 to Paducah Monday morning, after Nicholas Holcombe left Monday terms ot the franchise, which a short visit to Mrs. A. A. Faris for Greenville, Miss., to spend a few to the Hickman subscribers frr k and family. days with his brother, Tom, a prom vice to rulton, Mayhem, and other towns, and a less ra'el. Leonard Simmons, formerly in inent druggist of that city. business in this ciiy, was in town P. G. Cunningham and family Wednesday. Mr. Simmons is now who moved to Clinton, Ky., seven! R. T. Tyler that the court located in St. Louis. months ago visited relatives and Within another month Hickman friends in East Hickman, last week. force the company to furnch service to any other town, s.r. t will have a new enterprise a fac A petition was filed in the United nn . .W torythat will give employment to States Court at Nashville, on behalf fltv ...... nn l.frfi1 rlont In ri contract effecting rates ou25 to 50 people. Particulars later. ot the Interstate Commerce Commis VI - IV.. k. Mil.. . A. D. Knox, t.aveling freight sion to compel the Nashville, Chat agent of the N. C. & St. L., was in tanooga and St. Louis railway to of its jurisdiction. this city looking-afte- r some business provide equal accommodations for berland people to furnish servict with the Farmers Gin & Grain Co. negroes as that given white passen if fithrrlhr in nnu nirf tl Faris Naifeh has moved to Ful gers. county, in which the subscribe ton, where he is looking after the Mrs. Bob Murray, age 60 years, sides, free, but whether th.i branch house of the Naifeh Bros. died at her home in. Fulton, Sunday now apply to Fulton col:'j Pry Goods Co. Mrs. Naifeh and afternoon. Death was attributable will mains to be seen. baby left for that city this morning. to the infirmities of her age. Mrs Mrs. Nellie Hamilton and daugh Murray was preceded in death by ter tends to establish the tacit ter, Miss Gabriel, are the guests of her husband a number of years ago, the company wilt be forced Mrs. J. W. Rogers this week. They but leave a large family to mourn nish service to Hickman dur!.( reside in Uniontown, Ky., and ar her loss. Burial at Sandy Branch life of the franchise, wh. h rived in Hickman Tuesday. grave yird, Monday granted for a term of 20 yean, E. F. Davis, whb has been in the The Court of Appeals has decided will, therefore, not sxplre until l' livery businesin West Hickman sev that the dog tax law is constitution In nil nmhithllitv ur will eel eral years, left for Martin, Tenn., al. A tax of SI. 00 per head is col what the law allows us. this week to make his future home. lected on all dogs. From this fund, He will engage in his old business in all sheep that are killed by dogs, Holiness Church. that city. will be paid for, unless it can be ksuiiuav ociiuni Evriv ouiiu! - --j Misses Lillian Leech, of Wlngo, proven who is the owner of the dog ing at 2 o'clock, and prayer Elizaoeth Wilson, of Hickman, or dogs ; in that case the man who Ing every Thursday night at Messrs Goalder Johnson and Finley owns the dog will be liable for the Randle, of Hickman, were, guests amount of damage the dog does to clock. at the home of G. G. Bard and wife sheep. , See the handsome line of on Carr street Monday. Fulton Orvllle Kerr and wife, Misses Leader. Beatrice Suggs, Margaret Gest, St Parham. Here is the kind of an obituary a Fannie Baker, B,sa McAuliff, Mrs. Missouri editor wrote : "Poor Jones A. M. Stanley, Jack Hough, E. W. Mr. J. H. Ehrhart and slung his earthly garments on a Carigg, F. L. Nagel, C. J. Gest, uivcrs oi inc juunau i . . .. " i n tl imb and swam the river, yesterday. Wvnn Monroe. Albert Kin V.U., Ul IllUlllllitll, tllC lltl- He did not stand back because the John Gest, Harry Pollock, Bill man this week diving for tl' water was cold, but plunged right in Piper, Dean Kizer, J. P. Wilson, V. :iaul-uchain at the veneer and struck out for the other shore W. Lawrence, Raymond Flowers, They arc working in water 40 and met the angels smiling. Jim W. S. Cralgg, H. Pearson attended deep with a very strong current was a poor man, but he had his sub thebaseball game here Tuesday be scription to his home paper paid up tween Columbus and Hickman, v,ascauc xuour. u y"u and got there in good shape. "Peace They made the trip - on gasoline tried It yet you haven't bad to his memory." aunches, best. Call No, -C. H. M'c E-v- -r I 1 I .t. -- "". re-- Jr 11 k - I .i i ft 52-2- - . 1 ki v i.i p . m I 1 l'.. ... ' U- 4 I V4I v- p 4- Greater Corn Crops. Evory fnrmor loentel In ho corn bolt U desirous of growing as much corn por aero ns poanlhlo nnil It Is the fault In many Instance of tho corn land owner If he does not do 10. learnltiR Hint it ! profitable to study thn minor dotalla thnt affect tho pro duction of a Rood healthy corn crop, Proper Mill and good drainage are tho first two requisites. Wo have tho former and cannot afford to do with Noted Prisoners Free. Gov. Willson pardoned Caleb Powers of Knox county, and Jim Howard, of Clay county, Saturday mdrniiig. Howard 'was serving a life sentence in the penitentiary a for firing the shot that killed Gov. Wm. Goebel in the state house yard on the morning of Jan. 30, 1900 Powers was in jail at Georgetown auaitinp his fifth trial for complicity in the murder of Gov. Goebel. ...Mens Furnishings.... Our Assortment of in una section our runner are HBr ,11 HH I I What will it do ? It will spread more freely, look better, go farther and lead, or last longer than any "cheap" paint. A thin coat of paint looks and wears better than a thick coat. The thinner paint is applied, the better, so long as it covers. B. P. S. is so perfectly mixed and finely nround that it can be rubbed out more and spread on thinner or "cheap" paint. Ii. P. S. will cover than any .100 square feet or more to the gallon, two coats, and the cost of paint for one square yard of the average surface is 4 l2c to Sc. This means a satisfactory job in every way. hattd-mixe- d hand-mixe- d Economy in Time Economy in Labor Economy in Material Ecoribmy in Cost These facts are worthy of your consideration. See No trouble to show color cards and get prices at our store. you. Helm & Ellison Gold watch, hunting case. Candidate for Assessor. movement, has small steel fob John F. McClellan, of the Cayce E;in gold cross attached. Return neighborhood, announces this week P Shumate. as a candidate for the office of Assessor of Fulton county He is a Democrat, and has labored hard in the ranks for the success of his party, and bis friends, who have urged him to make this race, think diiip lif lrnt rtlMTtiHl In your he is entitled to recognition at the It aliotiltl uiim triierty liiMirfxl jou nmy lm nnx to burn out. hands of Fulton county Democracy. Mr. McClellan is straightforward, Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy conscientious and honest and if elect ed will no doubt discharge the duties y Now and be Safe ! of this office with credit to himself L t( i Into nflcr the Hre. We rep- npiii inr nr.nj comimmca in wie and Fultou County. L H. ninkB na low rstca nnil (iromtit LOST "dyed-in-the-wool" 11 out the lattor. Thnn dink well both ways of thn Held before hrvakliiR up thu soil Tlila cultivates tho soli and imlvor lr.es thoroiiRhly the portion that la to grow and nourish thu roots. Hefore disking the soil It Is proper to cot all the manuius upon tho fnrm onto this boII nnd thoroughly disk It In by the operation. Then you aro rtady to break up the aoll with a rood plow. Toil will find thin last operation greatly lightened by the disking and you can not only plow better furrows but deeper aa well than whore you hare a rigid and unworked surface be fore you. The tilth of the entire field la greatly llghtenad and much easier prepared for planting. This operation pays great returns when dono In the proper manner and not only pays la growing corn alona, but as well In growing the potato crop Then grado your iod, both In qua! Ity and quantity. In quality first Do not shall Into your basket one single ear that you are doubtful of la ap pearance. Test each ear, urges the Epltosalst, by shelling off a few grains and plaolng them upon a muslin mat marked off In checks and numbered, numbering the ears to correspond Plaoe this mat Into a good slied flat box filled with moist earth or saw duat In a few days you can discard the worthless grains and the ears to which they belong, for they hare failed to germinate or are weakly In sprout. Ing. Shell off the tips aad butts. Nc use for them. Yet they will grow and produce, but plenty of nice uniform grains will make a more eves stand, SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR, HOS--IERSUSPENDERS AND NECKWEAR Y, The pardons of both men were unconditional. Powers was indicted last vear In the Franklin circuit court for securing perjured testi mony, (jov. Willson also pardon ed him for this alleged offense. Gov. Willson was asked what he intended to do about the Indictments .Agency For. pending against Wm. S. Taylor, Chas Finley and others- He replied that those cases had not been submitted to him and that he could not NASHVILLE, TENN. act on them until the applications had been made, "What is the feeling boys?" asked the govenor when he was by the newspaper men and asked about the Taylor and Finley cases When told that some were glad and some were mad, he said he thought that was the way it would LOST Between College and Revival in West Hickman. be. Sanger farm, a gold watch, fancy The only person now in prison for A great deal of interest is being the murder of Goebel is Henry taken in the revival, which begun at scalloped hunting case, Elgin moveYoutsey. Shortly after the pardons the West Hickman Chapel last Sun- ment ; leather fob attached. Rewere granted, Youtsey was seen The services are being con- ward of $5 offered. Lee Salmon. are the best the market affords, and nowhere can you get better values for the prices. We will be pleased to show you at any time. McEwens Steam Laundry Largest and Best Laundry in the South. MILLET Sr NAYLOR. at day. the prison and asked what he thought. 'Well," said Youtsey, "there are lots of men in this place that should have been turned out before those men, but I am glad DURABLE SUPPORT FOR tCAI.lt. to see anybody get out of the penitentiary. If Gov. Willson Substantial Foundation Should B Provided, has pardoned Powers and Howard because he thinks they are innocent The American Miller describes a support for scales, the foundation o( men, then I tell you he has made which was constructed of bricks with the mistake of his life, for Jim sills on top. Howard is the man who fired the Cement piers were built In the eor shot that killed Goebel, and Powers is one of the men that helped plan it. "I believe that Willson has been compelled to pardon these men by members of the the Republican T Hllriiiriita a mix of tlirm. R. T. TYLER, Agt. ITbarbecue and bran dance will Ejvcn at Graves School House on 14. Chas. Isbell and Dee M. er are the managers. puty There are Few laxly. Ilnrlilne will keen It In condition. V. V. Klmklua, Altai. 'i'exua. wrltea: "I have uhI llerlilna (or (Uillla nnil Krvttr niiil nut! It the Iwat medicine 1 ever uaetl I would not Im without It. It la na Kooil for rnililri'ii Ha It la for grownup people, mm I recomuienii it. It la line ror ln urippe." Sold liy Oowirtll'a llrua: More, Inc. mid lieim A Klllaou. people who know how to tnke rare of tliemaeivev the minority do not. The liver la n limit Important orirnu In the Fig. 1, ShowInQ Cement Corner. PUra In ners aa shown In Fig. 1 at AA, They worn mado one foot high, on which were placed the sauoers that hold the balls. The saucers wore faiteaea In United States Marshal tr Meal and Goalder Johnson stationery and cards of every de Kted Tom Homes Tuesday on scription at tnts otiice. lictmtnt from the United States charging him with selling sous liquors without license. was taken to Paducah Wed- - Encraved cards and embossed H. E. Curlin spent Sunday with home folks at State Line. When a man makes the air blue with Sunday school words because p. J B. Housley and children his gas engine wont run, there is one liting in Nashville, this week. of two things wrong his engine is either out of fix or he has gasoline that wont test up to the standard. nd Amberg attended cont The Courier sells gasoline the kind ent exercises of Vanderbilt that will stand the test. If its our reity at Nashville last week. kind you are using fix the engine. 4c u Pig. I. u u Pit Wooden Frame Ueed In the cement as It was about hard, with lag screws, and when the cement was set the saucers ware firm and solid. In fig. 2 Is shown a wooden frams to be placed In a pit as a foundation. for Barbed Wire Fence. Anyone who has aver tried to cross over a barbed wire fence knowa how difficult It Is to accomplish It without Injury to body or clothing. A safe passage may bo arranged by taking two short hoards or pieces of plank tag six Inches wide and long enough to reach from the ground to foui Inches above the fence. Null these strips securely to the fence post, slanting out at the bottom about two feot from tho post. To theso pieces nail threo cross pieces on either side of the fence thus forming what Is practically a ladder on both aides. The fence post should be longer than the others along thu Hue as It enable one to grasp It for support while crossing. Several ladders of this kind arranged at convenient Intervals will make the uiattur of crossing wire fences easy. Cross-Ove- r Amoerc is spending his in Hickman with his moth- has been attending Vander- in liversity, Nashville. taa rat low HiDalaa r ju get a sample copy of the r, it is an invitation to sub- The Courier and Commer- peal a year for $1.25. tbb oaf aataiiaatiii vnt. rpa kth wao aoaaova thb ja AaouT TM'B aisa OMuam'Ul Aan aouaiaH raa A waoia Tata. tends it Like a Stone Wall Is Practically Indistructlbla Cattlf, Harsis, Hg Mrs. Bonner Cavitt, of St. Louis, H. L. Curlin, of State Line, left chaperoned a crowd of girls and for Tupelo, Miss., Sunday to purJohn Meacham on a hunting trip chase some sheep. on the Cavitt farm, this week. Youtsey was then asked point Judge W. A. Naylor is taking a They killed everything "game" blank if he fired the shot that killed they came in contact with. Goebel, and he replied : "No, but week's rest at Dawson Springs. at the time I would have done it if the other man had not been there to do it. To tell the truth, I don't that there was hardly a man in the place that would have not done it, for they felt like they would be protected by the 'mountain army' and troops and we were all worked up to such a pitch that any of us would have undertaken the job. "As far as Powers' guilt is con cerned, I tell you that he and Tay- or were among those who planned the murder of Goebel, and Gov. Willson has made a mistake in not letting Powers go to the penitentiary and suffer like the rest of us. It makes me tired to hear people say that Powers did not know anything about it, when he and I talked about how the killing was to be done on the Monday before it took place, and I told him then that he had betit ter leave the city to avoid be-li- ve legislature, through their threats that they would not support his bills and measures unless he did pardon them. When Powers and I were in jail at Louisville and the Republi. can members of the legislature came to see him the race was on be tween Beckham and Yerks, and I heard every one of them say to Powers : 'Yerkes has got to par don you. Do you think that we would vote for him or work for him in any way if we knew that he would not pardon you.' "I think that Willson has had the same understanding with the Republican members of the ducted by Rev. Wm. Lampkin, of Martin, Tenn., who is assisted by the local pastor, Rev. Stqnechipher. a is pronounced Rev. Lampkin and is confining splendid preacher his discourses to the old time religion the common sense kind. Good crowds are taking advantage of the favorable weather, and the house is filled at each evening service. Besides this, more than ordinary interest is manifest. The meeting will continue the rest of this week and through the coming week. Services at 2 :30 in the afternoon and S :00 o'clock at night. A ccrdial invitation is extended to everybody to attend and take part in this work. The Home Drugs (Incorporated) of Pure Cowgiirs Drug store troubled with worniH. White's Ureitm Vermifuge will clean out thexe worms In u W A. Johnston, wife and sons, mlltl Dleasiint war, Onco tried always tllve it u trlnl. I'rlee as cents. John and Leland, relumed Tuesday Sold by UowkIIIs Druir Store Inc.. t Helm A Klllaou. from a visit with relatives at Ripley, Miss Lou Trautwein has returned A Happy Mother to her borne in Union City, after a will nee that her baby la properly cured a ten days' visit with her friend, for-- to do tlilaa soot! puntatlvela necessary Muny Inlilea aurfer from worms nnil their Mrs. A. A. McCary, of this city. your baby Is fev mothers tlont know It If erish nml doesnt sleep nt nltrlita. It Ik A horse which J. T. Seat and L. Tenn. P. Leggate were driving ran off J. W. Bland and wife are the with them this week. Both were guests of their son, in Uniontown, thrown from the buggy, but were Ky., this week. uninjured. Your Kodak Sr Ellison's now; at Helm Better come and get !uy your new fence for years to come, (let the hig, heavy wires, the r mint, the kixkI iralvaniiine. the exactly nroportioned quality of steel his not too hard nor too soft. We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and riorny, not only tu mc roil uut in me new. come ana see us ana get prices. MERICAN FENCE Incorporated. IICKMAN HDW. CO., Any Kind of Fertilizer Helpa. ot the land bars is About tn bay meadows, of which the principal grass Is timothy. Theso meadows are occasionally plowed up and ruseeded with timothy and clover. Not much fertiliser U used, but the mead ows are productive In most cases. Theso meadows are pastured with eat' tie after the huy crop Is out. Nearly all ot our meadows aro well drained, as they must be to get good results. Two of tho most Important things in tho cutting of our hay crops. Is to have the meadows thoroughly drained and to have thorn well rurtUts4 with fertiliser of auy kiu4. one-fourt- It will be remembered that a peti tion was recently circulated in Hickman for pardon of Powers, aud was signed by hundreds of our citizens, lis freedom will be magnified in various phases, and his innocence Eight and guilt equally questioned. years in the shadow of the gallows has fostered for him sympathy change in political affairs wrought iiim prestige. The question is, is he guilty? The fact is, he is free. Gasoline at the Courier Office. this is the season for kodaking on your trip. Get your own views; don't depend on someone else; you'll appreciate them later. See window. d $1 and up ! Round the Capital Information nnd Gossip Picked Up Hero and There in Washington. &mVVViM FROM SMALL TOWNS HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOL LARS TAKEN ANNUALLY. LEARNED One A LESSON. Farmer Finds Out Somethlna .Throuah Duylna a Mail order Stove, (through views eft a mail-orde- r system Durlno Sixtieth Congress Ends First Session dozen currency bills, for In tho enrly days of tho sessions nearly every logls' Banker on the Situation the Recent Monetary Stringency Well Worthy of Consideration. "In this rcmarkablo situation," no said, "whon everybody Is prosperous and thero Is not enough currency to go round, It Is Important that every WASHINGTON. With tho passing dollar posslblo should bo kept at homo currency meas until tho banking business Is again on ure- nnd n few remaining approprla a cash basis. In tho cities this is belion bills, tho first session of the Six ing dono with a good deal of success, tloth congress has passed Into his certificates and and tho cloarlng-houstory. cashier's checks prevent a serious What Speaker Cannon calls "the embarrassment. But out In tho coun mill" was well nigh choked with try, whrro there aro no clearing woiild-blegislation was that houses, every dollar hoarded or sent crammed Into tho hopper during tho away from homo counts double session. Thero havo been bills of all "At this time the patronago of the varieties, shades nnd sizes. Hills for foreign cataloguo houses Is a factor tho regulation of nearly everything that ought to be considered seriously. under tho sun have been Introduced. By their own reports two of theso Notwithstanding tho diminishing rev catalogue houses, which deal In almost enues nnd tho warnings thnt tho treasevery commodity of use to tho home ury wns facing nn almost certain defor farm, do a business of $90,000,000 icit thero was no abatement of the a year. This is $300,000 for each of tho clamor for appropriations. If all the six business days of the week. This appropriations asked for had been money comes largely out of tho coun granted tho government debt would try towns. Theso catalogue houses do be multiplied tenfold. "If we had put not sell to pcoplo In tho cities where, d through of tho bills that they are located. It Is from tho farmwere offered us," said a prominent ers and residents of towns of less member of th house, "more than a than 6,000 population that 95 per cent. century would bo required to straightof their business comes and at least a en out the conglomerate mass." third of It Is from the northwest And All records wero broken by the numremember, too, that thero aro other ber of bills Introduced during tho sescataloguo houses, and that tho com- sion. Senators nnd representatives felncd business dono by them Is nt came to Washington last fall with least $200,000,000 annually. their grips full of bills, and between "I am Informed that all through tho G.OOO and G.000 were Introduced tho stato of Minnesota this competition of flrst day. Among them were several the foreign cataloguo houses has been very seriously felt by tho merchants of small towns, to such an extent that some havo been driven out of business entirely. waj leaving tho building. Excuses "If this has been tho caso during were telephoned the president, who. It the great prosperity of recent years, Is said, Is far less apt to look with monoy was circulated freely, leniency on absence from tho tennis when bo now when the what must cabinet than ho la on falluro to ap currency Is tho effect needed at homo? Money pear at the regular councils In the spent with tho local merchant Is discabinet room. Ho wished to know bursed In tho locality, at least the why. It was explained that Mr. Bryco money profits of had como to tako up an important sent awayhis business aro, but Is lost from local circula entire diplomatic corps is matter, and that Mr. Bacon's presence THE tion. over tho way Ambassa- at the department was necessary. Without going into tho homo-traddor Bryce, of Great Drltaln, unwittingUnder the circumstances ho had to question it seems plain to mo that ly Interfered tho other afternoon with let Bacon off. A hurry call was sent a specially called session of the ten- for Secretary Garfield to make up the those who buy from a foreign catanis cabinet, to tho discomfiture of set. Ho could not bo found for some loguo house at this tlmo aro directly Injuring themselves, for this question President Roosevelt and his time, so until ho reported a three- of keeping money in homo circulation M. Jusserand, of France. handed gamo was played, Jusserand involves peoplo of all conditions." The president had summoned tho and Cooley easily making tho presiracquet wlelders for 4:30 p. m. on the dent their victim. Ideas for Market Days. White Houso courts. Jusserand and When Bryce was informed of the That tho "market day" Idea Is be Atty.-GeCooley responded matter he expressed deep regret, say Assistant coming decidedly popular In tho coun promptly. ing that his Interference with tho try Is Indicated by tho fact that the Assistant Secretary of State Bacon game was entirely unintentional and merchants of dozens of western towns was the only member who failed to bad he suspected such an unhappy have adopted tho plan lately. Reanswer the call. Ho had Just started outcome of bis visit he would have ports from theso places, which have from his office at 4:26 for tho scene delayed the diplomatic Interests of been giving the "market day" plan a when Ambassador Bryce appeared at his country for a few hours. Ho laugh trial. Indicate that It Is giving satisthe state department. Ho had como ingly voiced tho hope that thero faction to dealers . and to thrJr to discuss one of the pending treaties. would bo no serious entanglement be- patrons. Like any other Innovation Secretary Root at once sent for his tween Great Britain and France on the success of tho establishment of a market day depends almost entirely assistant and caught him just as ho account of the episode. upon the Interest which It evokes and the sustained energy that Is em ployed in giving It a distinctive value to producers. The merchants will get then known as New Spain, against tho out of tho plan no moro nor less than mother country. This war began In they put Into it. If the arrangements 1S21, and lasted seven months, ending made afford the assurance that pa in tho success of the colonics, tho trons will find Improvod facilities for leader of tho army, Iturbide, becoming the disposal of their products It Is ceremperor. This state of affairs was tain to prove a drawing feature. If concluded In about a year by tho ab- It Is employed simply as a plan for dication of tho emperor, who sailed for drawing a crowd of farmers to town turopc, In which country ho made to spend their money, it Is equally AUGUSTINE DE PRINCE grandson certain that tho ultimate result will great lib- his homo for some time. of the Hearing that his native land was to bo unsatisfactory, If not seriously erator of Mexico, heir to a throne, detrimental to futuro business relaman of tho world, highly educated, be mado tho object of attack by the tions. It is good policy not to go Into widely traveled, and a member of tho European powers, ho returned to Mex a scheme of this kind until satisfied jeuncsse dorce of many European ico only to find that the republic which sucthat conditions aro right capitals, has forsaken tho ways of tho had existed during his absenco had cess, and once undertaken, for its to push It made a law that his Hfo should be for fashionable world and Joined the Third feited should ho again set foot on, for all it Is worth. Make It worth Order of St. Francis. whllo for customors to como from a Interwoven with his Hfo is the ro- Mexican soil. distance for tho day, so that they will was in 1824. Tho family of tho be ready to assist In tho perpetuation history of tho Land of tho Cacmantic This tus for tho last hundred years, and tho emperor camo to this country, settling of tho plan. A' great deal depends on melancholy fate of the Austrian arch- in Washington and Philadelphia. starting right,' nnd, onco having pop duke, Maximilian. By right of descent In Washington fashionable society ularized tho Idea to keep up sustained from the Emperor Iturbldo, as well as Prlnco Iturbldo was prominent for enthusiasm by providing improvod from tho fact that ho was declared many years. Suffering recently from facilities for caring for tho Increased heir by Maximilian, Prlnco Iturbide sevoro Illness, ho has of lato spent trade which It dovclops. would bo entitled to tho throno of many months in the hospital. Prlnco Manners. Mexico wero that country again to Iturbldo now assorts that ho has re Manners aro not like clothes. It's an empire. nounced all political ambition, and Tho Emperor Hurbldo was bom In that ho wll novcr mako any attempt a bad thing to havo two suits of thou one for host and ono for overyday. 1783, led the revolt of tho colonies, to regain his claims In Mexico, Woar your best manners all tho tlmo. Thoy suffer moro by being put away than by constant uso. If you keep your best manners for company thoy will mated contont nvallablo for ftltllvn Man fit you ill, and your visitor will suupoct VISIBLE i i SUPPLY OF of nearly two thousand billion tons. thoy wore put on for him. 8econd best COALWll Willi tno maintenance of tho ratu of clothes may be worn nt home, but not second host manners, To whom increaso of coal consumntlon thnt hn held for the last 50 years tho supply is It worth whllo to bo courteous If not to tho people you love lnt? Homo 01 cany available coal will, according Chat. to tho director of tho geological sur-veV Georgo Otis Smith, be oxhnim, Immense Food Receptacles. beforo tho middle of the next century. At a recent municipal celebration in investigation of the coal An interesting feature of the coal Covlna, Cal., In which a barbecun wns CLOSE of tho United States, mado map is tho large extent of western to mark tho elec at tho direction of President Roose- area portrayed as lignite probably glvon railway, coffeo advont of an from was served tric by tho geological Burvoy, has re- uiiu-mivelt 01 mo toiai coai boarlng area an urn holding 250 gallons, or 5,000 sulted in a probably accurate of the country. This Is a cups, buuns wore of tho fuel resources of the coal until recently disregarded as a holding 200 gallons. cookod In a pot country. This has been portrayed in factor In tho consideration of tho naa special map prepared by tho sur- tion's fuol resources. Oasproducci Heavy Imports of Foodstuffs. vey, which is tho greatest In 1000 tho Imports of wheat and tests of this coal mado at fit. i.niii bureau in tho world. however, have demonstrated ita high sheat flour Into tho United Kingdom As shown by tho new coal map, ruej value, bringing it Into favorable wero 7S per cunL of the total supply. thero nnt about 327,000 square miles comparison for industrial purposes In 1D05 tho imports wore 35 per cent, of what may bo ' termed tho moro eas- with tho bout eastern coals under and in Franco three pnr cent. In tho United Kingdom in 1900 the linnortod ily. mluedcoaI fields, with an estl" sVeain boilers. re uppllos of meat wero 17 per couL ty-foono-thlr- Intor had a panncca for tho country's Tho moro tho members studied tho question tho less they seemed to understand It and in tho closing weeks fow of them would ad mlt to expert knowlcdgo of tho sub ject, o Tho rush of bills kept up all wlntor, tho total number presented In tho two branches of congress being 29,215. Tho houso members introduced 22,035 nnd tho senators 7,1 SO. A great many of these measures wero prlvato pen slon bills, only n small percentage of which flnnlly becamo laws. During tho con first session of tho Fifty-nintgross, which continued flvo weeks longer than tho recent session, 9,518 bills wero Introduced in the houso and 6,550 In the senate. All previous records wero broken by the scnato In the nmount of executive business which was transacted. Thir treaties wero ratified and mado public, most of them arbitration The Congressional Record treaties. will dlscloso that fewer speeches were made than In times gone by owing to the fact that John Sharp Williams In auguratcd a filibuster several months ngo. Instead of speeches the record la filled with roll calls. ' About 45 min utes aro required to call and verify tho roll of the house. There wero over 200 roll calls, most of them on lnconse quentlal questions liko adjournment. recess, approval of tho journal, etc., so that tho net results of Mr. Wil liams' dilatory campaign was that approximately six days of 21 hours each were wasted. flnanclnl Ills. Tho iiresldent of n bank nt Mlnnc apolls, during tho recent flnnnclnl stringency, called nttontlon to ono nureo of nnanclnl drain upon tho country towns which should bo taken Into consideration, and a remedy ap plied. Tho Wnyno (Neb.) Hernld recites tho slnry of a Wnyno county farmer who wns caught by ono of tho cata loguo houses. He learned tho lesson and paid dearly for It. Mr. Farmer lind seen tho stovo picture In tho cnta Idgiie nnd hnd sent op his good 129 adding $2.90 for freight. Then ih stovo camo to tho dowit. Tho farmer ramo to town, loaded up tho Junk nnd drovo up onto tho business street Then to sonio friends, ho confided: "Thnt stovo cost mo $29 nnd $2.90 freight, nnd I'll bet it Is half sheet Iron. I havo been waiting for it for over two months nnd my wlfo Is nearly crazy about it. I could havo dnnn hotter by buying of tho Wayno hard waro dealers. Tho cataloguo fellows can go to hades in tho futuro." Thts Is a lesson thnt people of Ne braska and other states are being taught every day In tho year and It la a pleasure to know that they are getting their oyo teeth cut In tho most artistic and approved style. Thoy aro ordering from the catalogues and in return they aro getting a rolsorablo lot of Junk, paying much higher price than thoy would havo to pay for first class goods sold in the home stores. The cataloguo bouses live nnd grow fat off Just such peoplo as tho man at Wayne. Theso men aro constantly looking for tho big end of tho bargain. Tho cataloguo houses aro doing the samo thing. It would look as though It would bo "When Greek moots Greek," but Its nothing of tho kind Tho cataloguo concerns havo all tho advantage. They havo gotten tho money of tho Individual and then they send him out any kind of an old lot of Junk, knowing thnt ho has no recourse. These catalogue houses havo been do ing this thing for years and find plenty of suckers, for you know thero Is something recorded about a sucker being born every second. Perhaps tncy do not get tho samo suckor a second time, but they catch some that came along In tho now crop. HANDLING FARM PRODUCTS. Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky, ....ABSOLUTG SAFET, IS THE BASIS.... Thnt wo oiler to depositors. Inducements nre of secondary Importance. Othor Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your PatronaRc. . II. BUCHANAN, President. - J. A. TMOriPSON. Cashier. II. Huehanan, T. A. Lcdfonl, J. J. C. Dondurant, D1RUCTORS O. It. ThrelVold, J. W. Alexander It, M. Isler, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL HAMMER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO. Letter Heads Statements Bill Heads Envelopes JBryce Interfered with Tennis Cabinet Improved Methods Practiced In Many Agricultural Towns. Hvcry farming community turns trado to tho town where best prices are paid for tho minor products which the farmers have to dispose of. Tho prlcos paid for butter and eggt. qulto often, decide tho business life of a town. Tho general practice In many places Is for individual merchants to tako produce In exchange for goods. Tho lowest markot price Is tho rule In theso towns. Should ono merchant pay a cent a pound moro for butter, or a cent more a dozen for eggs, the farmers conclude that the difference Is mado up In the quality of goods or the quantity they receive In exchange To overcome tho annoyances occa sionod through unwholesome compoti tlon in tho buying of farmers' prod ucts, tho business men of many agri' cultural towns, during the past few years, have undertaken tho operation of produco establish menta. Theso establishments goncral ly consist of a commodious warehouse with cold ntorago appliances. Tho mcrchnnts of tho town are tho stock holders In the concorn. A manager Is employed on salary and Is Intrusted with tho buying and markotlng of nil produce. Tho storekeepers refer all farmers who havo produco for sale to the produco houso and tho highest markot price la paid and dun bills given which aro payable In goods at the stores In tho town. This method has proved highly sat Isfactory overywhero It has been tried Not alono havo tho merchants found It advantageous, but the farmers ns well. Another feature worth consld cratlon Is the fact that farmors are not compelled to trado at any partlcu lar store, but can mako their pur chases in any store in the town. Then again much trado Is saved to the community that might go to tho mail-oder houses of tho larger cities. r Cards Anything and ererytMng In th e commercial printing. Our assortment of Job type Is complete, our presa facllN ties of the best, and our workmen true typographical artists. This tells all the tor of our facilities for doing job printing of tha right kind at the right price. way of high-grad- tl frit r:ii u Letter n J. W. Honey. W. jJ o Statement! Head! r, J. McMurray. IIHV U : IUWUII jIKIII rv. .Mllllll.v WlUUUh o m..LL.t Roney & McMurray, LAWYERS. Practlco In all tho courts in the State. Deeds, mortcacot and all Vlnds of contracts. Notary Public in office. nPNTICTCI m m m j i v si m a m r. i is Heir to Mexican Throne Becomes a Monk HICKMAN, KY. Offlco over ITolcomb's drug ilort. OFFIOKS' Hickman, Ky. Over CowbI! ' store Union City, Tenn. building. In C a be-co- Early Available Coal to Last 150 Years wmt n low-grad- e map-makin- g During the Summer Months. Tho summer time Is the time tho re HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. tail merchant must keep things moving at a lively paco In his store. GenWill practlco In all the courts In tho erally the warm weather scaron is btate. urace on east iiao uaris uiock, dull with retailers and the period from Juno to September Is genorally regarded as a time when thero Is littlo doing. Hero Is whero tho retail merchant must not allow himself to tako a wrong view of things. Tho fact that AT this stretch of thrco months has been generally regarded as a period of inactivity la Just tho vory reason why ho ennnot nfford to allow It to ho ono. Thero can bo no periods of Inactivity for tho merchant of today. Ho must keep a full head of steam up all tho Host In Hickman. Hot nnd cold time, and It Is even mora Important lmths; elictrlo lights aud fans, that ho should do this on tho up grade, hydraulic ohalrs and everything whon ho is working against tho forces for comfort. of gravitation than on tho level, when tho business rushes almovt of its own Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. momentum. Next door to Jones' Cafe. Tho llvo merchant will moke up his mind that there will bo no periods of Inactivity in his store, Ho keeps things moving all tho tlmo; there la something doing ovcry day nnd ho docpn't glvo pcoplo a chanco to forget for a slnglo day that ho la selling tho bust merchandlso at the lowest posSplendid Selection . . . slblo prices. It Is theso periods of Inactivity on tho parts of retail merchants which havo given tho retail isall order houses tholr opportunity to mako Inroads on tholr trado. With the mall order houses thero are no periods of inactivity, nnd during tho summer months thoy will hustlo harder than ovor for trade, becauso thoy "need tb Call and eo our stock. monoy." Tho rutull merchant must Everything prepare to meet aggressive competition on the part of tho catalogue merchants and it Is up to him to hustle Mary Berendes&Gompany and ecu well to his local udwtlslu. B. T. DAVIS, Attorney at Law Meet Your Friends Lauderdale's Don't Preach Abot Tonsorial Parlors florae Trade nnd at the same ttne vA Cash Book Store Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc. uiu ui luwn. i win i piling, wan uu jiuiii as good, and In nine ca'fi of ten lie can beat the man s prices, because he f1 much less for running UCII3CI. uv scihiiiii; J .. ji inking uiuii iu you'll be better satifie4 aruunu, anu you n ut the money at home. . I New Books, WE P AND R l Is' SALE BILLS PRINT THCM UNUSUALLY BRILLIANT. GIRL AND HUSBAND FIVE MONTHS BAGGAGE Discharged IN HOSPITAL. RIDEJLIND Decause Doctors Could Not Curs. formen, dre88ed as a man, travels with hubby in Unusual manner. Indlannnolls, Anlih curtlnfe rible" my hair, It looks hor- Ind.'JPlcao lyt him This wns what hlcyolcmon Wilson snd Oolnlsch heard when tlioy looked Into n car In tho yards of n lumbar company. Bitting on n pllo of lumber In tho car woro a young man and a young woman. And horrors! tho Lady Your llttlo brother seems t4 young woman was arrayed In boy's bright for his ago, doesn't ho? clothing. Slio had a pretty faco In I.ytlo MaggleAVell, I should my splto of tho accumulation of dirt that . Wlir. lm knntri thn nitno nf nl. had settled during a night's rldo on out oTory plnyer in tlio big league. a train. Tho young man nnd woman mado She Learned, Too. basto to explain that they were "beat "A man lives nml loarns," ro. log" their way from Olovoland, 0, "Well, tho school of experience- - does l ii nr rnciiB. rnuirini ins wr nu.""ui Levi P. Rrockwny, S. Second Ave, Minn., snys: "After lying for tlvo months in a hospital I was discharged ns Incur-nbland glvon only six months to live. My heart was affected, I had smothering spoils nnd sometimes fell unconscious. I got so I my uso couldn't arms, my eyesight wns Impaired and tho kldnoy secretions woro badly disordered. I was completely worn out and discouraged when I begnn using Donn's Kldnoy Pills, but thoy went right to tho causo of tho troublo nnd did their work well. I havo boon feeling well over since." Sold by all dcalors. CO cents a box. Anoka, &4 Mil n "Makes It Qo Way." Wo rlmply can't do without IL W Lurks In each ono pf your finger nails. aro not going to try. When Dobby Stop scratching! 11 Never daro to stubs or cuts his too, It's "Ma, whero's scratch any placo on your ncnlp nr tho Lightning Oil?" When Llzzlo tkln. Tho fact that It Itches constantburns nor hnnd er arm, It's "Whero's ly shows thoro is something wrong the Lightning Oil?" When llttlo Dick's that no scratching will euro. Scratch- been playing with a humblo boo, It's ing only Irritates and Inflames; per- "Where's tho Lightning Oil?" Tho haps lt may poison you, lending to echo of ifil our nlTllctlons is "Whore's Lockjaw, Erysipelas or Eczema. Curo tho Lightning Oil?" It's tho balm tho causo by treatment with that makes tho pain go way. Sincerely LIQUID SULPHUR stops yours, P. CA8SIDY, Itching Instantly nnd n guaranteed Montevallo, Ala. curo for Eczemn, Hives, Erysipelas-PricklHeat, Sunburn, Cuts, Hunm or INTUITION, Scalds any nnd all diseases of tho skin. A samplo bottlo sent postpaid for 10c in stamps. Ithuma-Sulphu- r Company, 407 No. 2nd SL.HU Louls.Mo. i LIT-TELL'- S DEADLY POISON ..BCaaBak BSBsPbMaaaaaaaBBSaW atSr 'jflQM&alulMiw'Bam Postcr-Mllbur- Co., Iluffnlo, N. Y. DAD AND HI3 MEMORY. Old Gentleman Really Had Very to Drag About. Lit-ti- e Constipation .r - ti It x . .e i .k f the on? Irulyljcncjtciai Wat We X ,. ' it . I "r 'IS'' v'H - c gradually dispensed , tun- V IIV1lvl FIIILII llfUDI ULIdllU UIM' lew nnon nmiri- - iiniit-itfiinnii- . i' i i ii ' gel its benojiciql cMccts, atwajj .' . L ana not io Kuonani inc naiur. ... Af-- "PUaie Lit Him me genuine 1 Finish Cutting Hair." My where they hav been living for aomo time, back to their old homo. Mrs. Doyle said sho was 21 years FAMILIAR PHRASE. old and the blcyclo mon doubted lt, as sho did not seem to bo a day older than 18. Sho was slight of build and tvO. ONLY IG n LFAniurt nminri.T; her Hinttlng suit of men's clothing price aOf vk only, clearly showed tho garmonts were mado for someone much larger. At tho matron's room In tho pollen station tho girl was closely questioned concerning horself. "I'll tell you everything If you'll haro tho rost of my hair shingled,-sh- o said. sv m "Wo were married threo years ago, and until a fow weeks ago I worked as a waitress In the dining-rooof tho Now National hotel. This Is not our Getting a bear living. first trip. Wo bummed our way to soveral clt'cs becauso wo llko to trar An Occasion for Rejoicing. . cl. Wo took our first trip to SL Louis Recently tho usual morning exeri i?f i? ...... w i . w wilMIHU til ii w about a year ago. I went in boy's cises of a school wcro Interrupted by s clothes, and wo got along fine. Mlko knock at tho door. After reading a mcci uuil aciiu in rim p cut my hair at that tlmo, nnd lt had note which had been handed In, the Ifihv'c Drcrlc Priori grown nearly to my shoulders whon principal announced that ono of the he thought to cut It again In tho box teachers would bo unable to bo at car, Oh, yes, I'to got oomo nlco girl's school for several days, owing to a which it is packod tho clothes, but I llko thoso better. Pleaso slight Illness. Immediately two boyi I I? Tft t .1 don't take them away from mo." began to whisper. Upon asking what Tho young woman said sho and her the troublo was, tho boys said they If r .If husband traveled at night becaun It wcra only talking about tho selection was easier. Sho said thoy loft Cleve- of a hymn. fvinnM ef thn I.L nlnMl land on tho front end of a blind bag"And what would you like to sing?" gage car and arrived In Indianapolis. said the teacher. Thoy thought to slocp during the day '"Count Your Dlcsslngs,' " was th dries ouL It reaches you In tho box car and contlnuo their quick response i i Journey by way of "blind baggago" to ..I n .i Useless Society. Terra Ilauto on ono of tho night Mrs. Jones often declared that she trains. enjoyed a llttlo chat with their r..-- l I lltttuf CORK LEO EJALK8 SUICIDE. becauso bo was a man of such s.ibdj a rccircss unci . original Ideas, but ono duy, says Loni Landlubbtr Hurls Himself Into Water; don Opinion, sho returned from marI rI. i i i Duoyed Up by Artificial Limb. ket somowhat puzzled by hla remarks. TU U "I said to him. Just in tho way of ' servo. DUro food nroHnct Piilladclphla. "Spar buoy adrift in conversation," declared Mrs. Jones, tho rivcrl Hotter report to the harbor "that I had beard that a man becomes llko that with which ho most associmasterl" Mil Whlfe Kllrhon "Long Tom" Link, who Is tho ates. authority on matters marttlmo "That's ridiculous, Mrs. Jones!' ho " a fxiuKago o( any whero Falnnount avenuo meets tho answered. Tvo been a fishmonger Delaware, spat In scorn. all my llfo and can't swim a yard.' " "Stow th landlubber guff! Spar . 1 r. i i buoy! That's tho tubo of a submarine, Using the Telephone. my hearty; can't you seo her Hat to It was the first time she had ever f abu fuv starboard? Telephono Lenguo Island used a telephono and tho drug clerk r deUghtiully dif for tho mlno engineer and havo her detected tho fact by the nervous way blowed up." In which sho held tho rocelver. ferent thoyaro "G'way!" roared Kelly, tho positive. "Dear me," sho exclaimed, timidly, w from othora "That thing a submarine? It's got "why nro all thoso slevellke boles In s tho speed of a liner. That's a the mouthpiece?" you navo eaten. gottln a swim. Shrapnel "Tbey are thoro for a purpose," reshell Is tho only thing as will dent plied tho drug clerk, solemnly. his hldo less'n DlfTuIo Dull cng hitch Llbby, McNeill "What purposo?" "Why, so you can strain your voice." him with a lasso." Libby, Cbicage And she was so embarrassed During tho conversation tho object she which brought it about had worked its forgot the numbor she was to call up. way around to tho end of tho pier, BUILT UP with many and many a list to starmany a swift lungo to port board and When tho threo observors manned a Right Food Gives Strength and Brain Power. skiff and rowed out to Invcstlgato thoy found William Schroodor f.t tho botFosltl voly cured by Tho natural olomcnts of wheat nnd tom of It, bobbing about with tho drift these Llttlo Nils. barloy, Including tbu phosphate of potinga of his cork leg. Qrapo-Nuts- , Thfjr alao relief DIe ash, aro found and that When they had pulled him out Wll-Ha- Is why persons In treeafroin I)jipl,lQ' who aro run down from Lt dlgraMon stud Too Hearty loomed vexed, and presently improper food pick up rapidly on Kallug. A perfect rem- Jumped In again. Tho boat overQrapo-Nuts- . edy (ur Dliilueu, Nu struggled In DrowtlntM, Had turned nnd all four mon ILLS. Ma, lo tt) "My system was run down by oxccb-slv- o tho water until William cast loose Uuutb,Cuat Tat night work," writes a N. Y. man, eit Touicue, ruin In the tho fastenings of his limb and went to Blite, TOItriU L1VKIL tho bottom. Then thoy woro all Bavod "In splto of a liberal supply of, ordiJut tli lloweU. Turtly Vrglabl. separately, Scbrocdcr was taken to nary food. "After using Ornpo-Nut- s I noticed PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Itoosovolt hospital, and tho leg wont improvement at onco, in strength, and homo. Uoth will nppear In court, and power, Gonuino Must Bear Bchrocdor must answer a obargo of at- nervo nnd brain "This food Beemod to lift mo up and Signature tempting suicide. stay with mo for better oxcrtlon, with it less futlguo. My weight Increased 20 English Industry Decreasing. Thero was a roductlon of 13 por lbs. with vigor and comfort in proporREFUSE SUISTITUTES. !ont In tho production of Iron and tion. "Whon travollng I always carry tho it eel In tho north of England in tho AN AK CBISlclMlDtea. food with mo to lnsuro having it." rtii.r. )h a wogos woro last two months, and II at dniifirtBti vr t7 litalL Name glvon by Postum Co., Dattlo (aufl. lltttC AiUiw, for tho first tlmo stneo Fobru-iry- , " "ANAKB8I8" 1905. In tho Manchester cotton Creok, Mich. Head "Tho Hoad to Trllxuw UUc.Ma Task, In pkga. industry tho production Is IS por cent, Ever read the abovo letter? A new and Wlil.Unr llalilt. ess than u year ugo. The foreign treated at tiouje vltbuvl one appears from time to time. They for plcco goods Is said to bo are lla, llnntnf uirUcuUri Linl FltKK. II. M. genuine, true, and full of human lery limited. Consular Hcuorta- Interest. 1 It was a sevcro trial to Mr. Harding that his only son's momory was not all that could bo desired. "Whero In tho world ho got such a forgetful streak from Is beyond me," said Uie exasperated father to his wlfo on ono occasion. "What has he forgotten now?" asked Mrs. Harding, with eyes downcast and a demure expression. "Tho figures of the last return from tho election on tho bulletin-board,tnd Mr. Harding Inserted a flngnr In bis collar us If to looBon It, and shook bis head vehemently. "Looked at 'cm is he camo past not half on hour ago, and now can't tell mo. o"As I said to him: 'If you're so itupld you can't keep a few slmplo figures In your head, why don't you wrlto 'em down on a piece of paper, as I do, tnd havo done alt my life, long beforo was your age?' "Youth's Companion. " Curious Indian Custom. Tho following curious custom is recorded by J. Owen Dorscy In his monograph on tho sociology of tho Oranha Indians: "In tho spring when tho grass comes up thero Is a council or tribal assembly held to which a feast Is given by tho head of tho Hanga geno. After they decldo that planting tlmo has como and1 'at command of tho Hanga man a crier Is sent through tho vilo lages. He wears a robo with hair and cries as bo goes. 'They do, Indeed, say that you will dig tho ground! Hallo!' Ho carries sacred corn, which has been shelled and to each household ho gives two or threo grains, which aro mixed with tho seed corn of the household." After this It Is lawful for tho peo-pl- o to dig up the soil and plant their crops. out-sld- IH. read.rt of till. ptp.r will be pl.awd to learn tb.t (bare I. at lt.it one dreaded dli.ua tb.t .eleace bu be.a bl. to ear. la all It.la auxei, and tb.t la Catarrb. Ilall'a Caiarrb Cure tbe only pvaltlre tire nuw known lo tbe medical f raternlt r. Catarrb being a coaitllutlooal dli.aae, raqulrea a eonatlta-tlantreatment. ILII't Catarrb Cure I. tak.rt Internally, actios directly upon tb. blood and macoai aarf.cea of lb a aauo. tb.reby deatro'lng tbe toundaitoa of tbe dl.i., and glrlni tb. patient llr.nnib by building up tb conitltailon and aaalaf Tbe tninetar. In doing- It. work. pow.r.proprietor, bare a ninth faltbln HaenrallTe that tb.y off.r One Hundred IKillari for any caie tbat It Xalla to car.. Send - for Hit or teailmnnlala. AdJrriar- J CIIK.N'BV A CO., Toledo, O. bold by all Drugxlata. ,5c. $100 Reward, $100. commenting on tho different artists whoso work was exhibited. "What do you thluk of Claymore's 'Portrait of Miss Lawrence?'" asked one. "It's a good deal flattered," said tho other. "Ah, then you'vo seen her! Who is she?" "I haven't tho least Idea," was tho crisp response. "Never saw her In my life but I know hln" Youth's Companion. -gallery, nils woman snya Lydlri Be Plnlclinm'H Vegetable Compound saved her llfo. ljcnil her letter. Mrs. T. C. 'Villadsen,of Manning, Fortuno Teller- You will shortly Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: meet with an accident 's " I can truly say that Lydla E. Vegetable Compound saved my Victim How did you know I owned life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude an automobllo? to you in words. For years I suffered with tho worst forms of femalo com All That Was Necessary. plaints, continually doctoring and Two men wero standing In a spending lots of money for medicine Pink-hampicture- without help. I wrote you for advice, followed lt as directed, and took Lydla E. Plnkham's Vcgctabla Compound and it has restored mo to perfect health. Bad lt not been for you I should have been in my gravo I wish every suffering; woman would try it." to-ua- y. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. 's For thirty years Lydia E. Pink-ham- VcgotaDlo tl from roots and herbs, has been tho standard remedy for femalo ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who havo been troubled with, displacements, inflammation, ulceraIt's Everywhere. tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, The Huts of tho poor, tho Halls of the periodic pains, backache, that bearing-rich, down feeling, flatulency, Aro neither exempt from some form nervous prostration. of Itch; Why don't you try it? Perhaps a distinction may bo mado in Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick tho name, indiges-tion,dizziness- Compound, mado ,or Tak Ilall'a family fllle for eonitlp.Uon. CALIFORNIA 5),nUl rall approached the Willie, tho offlce-boy- , head of tho firm, and stammered: "If slr " "Come, hurry up!" said his employer. "If you havo anything to say, say It. Don't take half a day." "Ilut that's Just what I was going to ask you if I could take," said Willie. Harper's Weekly. It A Matter of Time. was tho day of tho ball game, and But tho rich and tho poor must scratch just the same. O, why should the children of Adam endure An affliction so dreadful, when Hunt's Curo does cure? All forms of Itching. Guaranteed. Again. Museum Attendant We cannot tell whether this mammal Is ono or several million years old. Old Gentlemnn Hem. I see. Female of Us species, eh? TO DRIVE OtJT MATAniA AND UUIL.U Ul Tim STSTESr. Tk tbn Old Standard aROVBttyouTASTKUCjii CUlI.li TON 10. You know what are taking. Tho formula la plainly printed on erery bottle, bowing 1 1 la Imply (Quinine and Iron Id a tattrleu form, and the ruoU effectual form, tor grown people and children. dOc women to wrlto licr for advice. Sho has pruiiled thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. IK yon suffer from FIta. Falling 8lekn.es 0 or hate CMldren that do ao, my ITS flew Olaeovery and Treatment I i Compile, with Food and DmCT Act of OonaTeea June 90th 194. foropletedir-rttpn- a, ot CUBK8. etc.. I IlKR by mall. Ir. EPILEPTICIDE CURE will giro them Immediate relief, and all yon are asked to do Is to send tar May's a Free liottle o( xiprat jTtpata. uiTjLUttan4iaiiaddra V. B. HIT. H.D, Stl ritrl Strut, lit Tort wauvs7 Peerless V 1 A Household Necessity. I would almost as soon think of running my farm without implements cs without Hunt's Lightning Oil. Of all tho liniments I havo ever used, for both man and beast, It Is tho quickest In action and richest in results. For burns and fresh cuts it Is absolutely wonderful. I regard lt as a household necessity. Yours truly, S. HARRISON, Kosciusko, Miss. Woman's power Is for rule, not for battle; and her Intellect is not for Invention or creation, but for sweet ordering, arrangement and decision. Ruskln. Hicks' Capudlne Cures Headache, r Whether from colds, heat, stomach nervous troubles. No Acctanllld or drugs. It's liquid and acts Immediately. Trial bottle 10c. Regular :c and Wc ai all durcglsts. dan-Kero- ui lit Rl A Willing Tool. "Since young Jim De Peystcr, who belongs to ono of our best families, A Big Bargain e Buggy and Harness for the in a readers of this paper. Something fine for your own use. The only Buggy in the high-grad- ft lost his money, he has gone Into the social burglary business." "Social burglary?" "Yes; ho chaperons rich parvenus." "How is that burglary?" "He helps them to break Into society with a Jimmy." Nature Is sometimes kind. Occasionally a man gets bald. For Any Disease or Injury to tbe eye, uto PETTIT'S EYE SALVE, absolutely harmless, acts quickly, 25c. All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y. In world made with the PATENT PLUGLESS BODY Any body showing deFully guaranteed. fects within one year after being put in use will be cheerfully replaced free of charge. Full leather trimmed. Full leather top, Ji best wheels. 18, 20 or 22 body. Bradley couplings. Price of Buggy, $85. Harness at wholesale prices. ni.j fish-deal- Hears tho Slgnaturo In Use For Over .JO Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought. Usually the man who bcltovcs Important to Mothors. Examlno carefully every bottlo of paying as ho goes stays at homo. CASTOIUA a safe nnd sure remedy for Mr. teething, .often, guru, Infants and children, and sco that lt For children Wn.Iow'a Soothing- Syrop. reduce, th. - allay, pain, cures wind collo. 23c a botUe. A dumb waiter out of order Is an unspeakable nuisance. Cotton buyers, graders wanted. Address National Cotton College, Atlanta, Ga. A. W. Whitaker Buggy & Harness Co. 121 IK011 Av Bet. Main and 2d, Memphis, Tea. blue-coate- d Looking Forward. "Don't you got tired of being referred to as tho representative of meJaclty ?" "Sure, I do," answered Ananias. "I'd rather bo something profitable such as a malefactor of great wealth." Washington Star. That Inarticulate Cry. "Railway employes are cautioned not to give any Information to tho curious public, aro thoy not?" "They must bo. Even tho brakoman seems Inclined to make you guess at tho names of tho stations." Washing, ton Star. In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASA powder. It cures painful, smart fng, norvous feet and Ingrowing nails. It's tho greatest comfort dUcovery of tho age. Makes now shoes easy. A certain curo for sweating foet. Sold by all DrugglstB, 26c. Accept no substitute. Trial package FREE. A. S. Olmstod, Lo Hoy, N. Y. E Ad-irc- It's a wise wlfo who knows her own husband. LIVE STOCK AND CI CPTDslTVDCC misceuakeous In great raflety for sals at the lowest prices by a. s. kkLUMrfj kkntrirsi tu., is n.s4.ii.,Ckiw. Temperance Beverage The only satisfactory beveraec vyhcrtyou're hot and tired and.thirstvl uT TheGreat jlpper-pcrtamu- j Cooling and Crisp as frost. Relieves fatigue. Deliriously Absolutely wholesome. thirst-quenchin- 5K HEADACHE VER Entirely Sufficient. First Boy I'm going to study French this summer. Second Boy Well, I can spoak two languages now. First Boy What are they? Second Boy English and football. Unique. "I have something novel in tho way of a molodrama." "Stato your case."0 "Tho blacksmith Is a rascal, while tho banker is about sb honest as the day is long!" Exchange. GET THE GENUINE 5c. Everywhere FaTTRTF5 Fac-Siml- lo it you want business get out after It and tote it home with you. And Advertise. muscles and loluls. by purifying lb blood. Thousands ot esses cured by U li. 11. after all other treatments (ailed. Price ft.co per Urge bottle al drug stores, with complete directions for home Irratmtut Large sample tree by wilting Wood Ualttt Co., Atlanta, Ga. Dotanle Blood Halm 1). U, I) (cures tbe wont Cai.s Gt Ku.uuiatlira. bone ylol. swollen Freo Cure for Rheumatism, Bono Pain and Eczema ICImemi I ProuKrtci balsam hair bttatifUi tb tub im a rn laiiultu. growth. to unvote urcy iruTar to lt Youthful Color. Uiir u$lcZi: A. N. K. I Thompson's Eye Water F (190824) 2234. Salt Lake Tribune. D1I F-N- MONEY TILL CURED LS.Vnii MiMM or CITY. Ma Piomiiui Mu Cum LES Well-vlllo,- Pale Delicate Women and Girls The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHIIX TONIC, drives out Malaria nnd builds up tbe system. You know what you ore taking. Ihe formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it is simply Quinine nnd Itou in a tasteless, nnd the most effectual form. For adults nnd children. 50c. 4 Cottage Hotel... Hickman, Ky. "1 The Song J Will of Insane Man. man smoking a cob pipe while his wife milks the cow. It is ncj a fSvorable omen to see a of the Hair Then, are four verses. Verse I. Aycr's Hair Vigor stops falling Roonp s and Board Large, com by the day or week. fortablc rooms bath in connection If you have a bitter pill to take gulp it down, don't chew it. So many people chew their pill, and oh how bitter. It has been snid that to have the children in your power would be to control the destiny of the world, but eive us the mothers and let them realize their power, and we will have the children. hair. Verse 2. Aycr's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. Verse 3. Aycr's Hair Vigor Reasonable Rates !! cures dandruff. Verse hair-foo- 4. Announcements The cash must accompany all announcements to insure their publications no exceptions. Aycr's Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy, and keeps it so. ; this d It is a regular real secret of its wonis the derful success. Tho Justice Walter Lloyd Smith, who presides over the third department of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, brought with him to the recent dinner of the New York University Law School Alumni Associn-whhe said was the most remarkthat ever came able document into his possession. Others who read the document, the last will and testament of Charles Lounsbury, who died in the Cook County Asylum at Dunning. 111., were disposed to agree with him. Here it is : "I, Charles Lounsbury, being ot sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament, in order as justly as may be to distribute my interest in the world among succeedat Counterpanes 15c Dig or little. The same ns new when laundered by ih. K. Steam Laundry. The same attention Is given 0. small packages as large owes, In fact hat Is our ipellalty,' Do you know that the best class of laundry wearers are giving their work to the 0 K. Steam Laundry? I deliver laundry In city j also call for It. Tip agency is at the store of Smith & Amberg. FRANK SMITH. Agent. "Sold Every honest prayer that is V dt br J. C. AT'- - r0., Lw.ll, Mm. Alio Bftdufralurtra af breathed, every cross that is carried, ? MtSIMMLLA. every trial that is well endured, VQ every good work for our fellow For Sheriff: men lovingly done, every little task performed We are authorized to announce that is conscientiously as candidates for the office of for Christ's glory, helps tb make when it was possible Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to Christian character beautiful, and to mending them with "Apples of to do so, and letting silence be the the action of the Democratic pri- load its boughs gold" for God's "baskets of sil- reproof of any wrong doing which mary, Nov. 3, the following: was not really serious. We have ver." HERSCHELL JOHNSON heard the children of the household say GOALDER JOHNSON Parents keep your boys off tne when their mother had failed to (ter DAVE MORGAN street, especially after dark. You any word of cummendation know not what annoyance these little some social occasion, ask as anxiousA. G. KIMBRO a What was it, mamfellows are, besides they learn all ly as possible, o L. C. ROBERSON ma? I know something was wrong. kinds of meanness, picking up all the other children The following are subject to theJ the slang phrases uttered by older Didn't we treat we well, or were too noisy?" In boys who have forgotten the prayers November election 1909 : taught them at their mother s knee that house repoof was never bestowCHAS. NOONON only commendation, when they, too, were innocent littl' ed unsought tots like your own boys now. If you of whatever it was possible to comCounty Court Clerk: have nice beautiful yards, allow mend, was'gratuitous. We think this system would be We are authorized to announce your boys to play in them, never for those grown-uchildren, as candidates for office of Clerk of scolding them for their merry as good laughter, for 'tis better far to be an the husbands and wives, as for those the County Court of Fulton County subject to the action of th. Demo noyed at home than to have them still in the nursery. cratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow. mixed up in an ugly affair on the street of which you know nothing until ing: JF I ONLY HAD CAPITAL. it has grown cold and on everyone's LUTEN S. D. If you value their educatongue. The above words were recently S. T. ROPER , tion as you should, you will keep uttered in our hearing by a worthy MATLOCK W. E. your boys off the .street, where no boy and undoubtedly they are often II . F. TAYLOR evil association will corrupt their reiterated by many who are out of morals. emplopyment, or have little or nothing to do. To all such we say, County Attorney: "There is no good reason why a you have home capital, you have We are authorized to announce bands, feet, bones, muscle, health as candidates for the office of man should needlessly put his own and arc not these capital? What wife to the trouble of wiping up the County Attorney of Fulton County more capital has Cjed given anysubject to the action of the Demo tracks, when he takes great pains to body? "But if I only had a few clean his feet Before crossing his cratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow. neighbor's threshold; neither is it thousand in cash capital" says the ing: consistent that we women should be young man. cut these arc .better JAS. W. RONEY than cash capital, for no one can too severe on our own husband ALLISON TYLER for a little carlessness, when we take them from you and with these T. N. SMITH assure our callers, with the mcst you can earn cash. Qur men of wealth and influence gracious of smiles, "that it isn't of did pot start with any cash capital. the slightest consequence." County Assessor: They went to work with their plow, We are authorized to announce the hoe, the jack plane or axe, and as candidates for the office of AsCOURTESY AT HOME. in time their capital brought them sessor of Fulton county, subject to Good breeding, like charity a rich harvest. Ah I but there's the the action of the Democratic pri should begin at home. The day is rub; you don't want to work. You mary, Nov. 3, the following: past when children used lo rise when want money on credit to you can '' ' CHARLES D. ROE their parents entered the room where play the gentleman, speculate and they were and stand until tbey bad end your career by playing vaga BEN F. WILSON received permission to sit. But the bond, you want to marry a rich V CHAS. BEADLES mistake is now made usually in the girl yho wjll support you, while you "WILL J. THOMPSON other direction in allowing too small wear fine clothes, s moke cigars, and JOHa F, MCCLELLAN boys and girls too much license be a gentleman of leisure. to disturb the peace of the house Shame on you, young man Go hold. We think the best way to to work with the capital you have For Jailer. train children iu courtesy would be and you will soon make interest We are authorized to announce to observe towards then; a scruuplous enough upon it to give you as much as candidates for the office of politeness. We would go ' to far as money as you need If you cannot Jailerof Fulton County, subject to 10 say mat we should make it as c;ake money upon what capital you the action'' of 'th Democratic pri much a point to listen to children have, ya4 could not if you had a mary, Nov. 3, the following: wunoui interrupting tnem ana to larger amount to cash. If you waste answer them sincerly and respectful- your present capital you would waste JOE NOONON ly as if they were xzpyp up. And money if you had it. So don't stand BD WRIGHT A Indeed, many of their wiic, quaint around, a helpless fellow, waiting i ii saying die r iuciicr worcn UK.en for something to turn up, but go to JT..P. .BAKER ing to than the stereotyped common worje. Take the first work you can S' r: places of the morning callers. Of get to co and do it well. Always Fallowing are subject to the Nov. course, to allow uninterrupted chat ,ao your nest, aim tt you manage in 1909 : r wsuld be to surrender the repose your capital that Cod has given you W. F. BLAKEMORE ot tee pousehod, but It is very eary, well, you will soon have plenty more it children are themselves scrupu to manage. lousiy respect, to teacn them in School Superintendent. turn to respect the convenience of Ye are authorized to announce others, and to know whej; to talk IS LIFE WORTH LMIHO? as candidates for the office of and when to be silent. When you hear this question askSuperintendent of Fulton County If a chjld is brought up in the ed by man or woman, with lips Sohools, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the constant exercce of courtesy toward curved downward and voice attuned brothers and sister and playmates, to discontent, you may set that per following : as well as toward parents nd uncles son down as supremely selfish. He MISS DORA SMITH and aunts, it will have little left to or she asks practically, "Is life worth Jjving for me?" Worth livlearn as it grows older. County Judge. The best brought up family of ing? Qf course it is, so lone as children we ever knew were educat there js one single other soul in the We are authorized to announce world. Jf the querjst were the last as candidates for. the office of ed on tne principle ot always com- - Ql ns race, then indeed the answir County Judge of Fulton County. might weJJ b.e ".No;" but whije there Subject to the action of the Demo is another human being for whom cratic party. we can do a favor, or whose inter O. W. WHIPPLE ests we may advance, life is Indeed "worth living." F. B, ATTEBERRY Heart Htim rth. or ITMtt Wulntu. nui ni Uun Btrcavth, or Nerre Wiitkntu notblor wor. Frjends, when you find yourself W, A. NAYLOR not one weakhrart In a hundred U. M u Mii, aciuaur aiieaea, ii u aimoii aiwaji a depressed and inclined to think that II. F. REM LEY hidden Unr JltUa nerve that reallr Ii all at Utile Thll obtain nanrv-t- h fMllr. nr ll.irt Nr. life holds nothing for you, look ilmplr needl. and mutt hare, more power, mora arounl you (not very far awiy), Circuit Court Clerk. atabllltr, mora controlllnr, mora gotemUif trenrth. Without that the Heart jniut continue and do the very first favor for an ma nomacn We are authorized to announce u tan, anacontrolling ana kianayi alio nata other that comes to your hand. It Iheia iam as a candidate for re election to the Tbli clearly eiplalnt nerret. ai a medicine, Dr, may be a very small one, but do it ; vthr, hat In much office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit bboap $ Keitorattfe Heart. tin patt dona mtougbl and keep on, day dy day, for weak and ailing Dr. fctioop tint hour by ol all thu painful, palpitating, tut! oratCourt, subject to the action of the the cbum dlttrew. Dr Shoop'f IUntormUr-th- U hour and minute by minute, work ing heart alone directed to thnta ing for others, for truly this Democratic Primary Nov. 3, 1908 ; popular preacrlptloa-Halone weak and watting nero center. It build) lOtrengtheni! It often real, twulne heart help. makes life worth living. w. MORRIS J. li.rou would have ttroog IleacU. itrong testimonial bet kind ol aaixty ynara." lor ovar ing men. 'That part of my interest which and recognized in volumes as my propthe erty, being inconsiderable and of no account, I make no disposal of in this my will. "My right to live, being but a life estate, is not at my disposal, b it these things excepted all else in thr world I now proceed to devise and bequeath . "Item: I give to good father., and mothers in trust for their children, all good little words of praise and encouragement, and all quaint pet names and endearments, and I charge said parents to use them justly and generously, as the needs ol their children may require. "Item: I leave to children inclusively, but only for the term of their childhood, all and every, the flowers of the fields and the blossoms of the woods, with the right to play among them freely according to the customs of children, warning them at the same time against thistles and thons. And I devise to children the oanks of brooks, and the golden sands beneath the waters thereof, and the odor of the willows that dip therein and the white clouds that Moat hgh over the giant trees And I leave the children the long, long days to be merry In, thous and ways, and the night and the moon and the train of the Milky Way to wonder at, but subject nevertheless to the rights hereinafter given to lovers. "Item : I devise to boys jointly an the useful idle fields and com mons where ball may be played, all pleasant waters yb.erc oqe may swim; all hills where one may coast and. all stream; and ponds where one may fish, or where, when grim Winter comes, one mav skatp ; to have and to hold the same for the period of their boyhood. And all meadows with the clover blossoms and butterflies thereof, the woods and thejr appqrtenanccs, the squirrel ani) Dirqs, anq echoes and strange noises, and all distant places which may be visited, together with tqe adventures there found, and I give to said boys each his own place at the fireside at night, with all pictures that may be seen in the burning vooij, to enjoy without let or hind rince, and without any jnQqrnhrance or care, "Item i To lovers, I devise their Imaginary world, with whatevery they may need, as the stars of tho sky, the red rotes by the wall, the bloom of the hawthcrn. the sweet strains of music, and aught else by which they may desire to figure to eacn pher the lastlngness and beauty of their love. is known in law sheep-boun- d r-snow-clad A Wonderful Invention Ever see it? 0 I Needlea. Shuttles nnd Dobbin for tiae In All Mitkos of Sewlnd Mnchlnea p i This machine will produce n needle or n bobbin to fit any machine made. SEE IT! Remember we carry a splendid line of furniture and sell at right prices. Also hayc a. well equipped undertaking department. W. f. MONTGOMERY. (Ky. Endorses Bryan. i and-so- n "Item To young men jointly I devse and bequeath all boisterous inspiring sports of rivalry, and I give to them the disdain of weakness and undaunted confidence in their own strength, though they are rude I give them the power to make lasting friend ships and of possessing companions, and to them exclusively I give all merry songs brave choruses, to sing with lusty voices. "tcm; And to those who are no longer children or youths or lov- ad ers, I leave memory, and I bequeath to them the volumes of the poems of Burns and Shakespeare and of other poets, if there be others, to the end that they may live oyer tho old days Igajn,, freely and fully, without tithe or diminution. "Item: To our loved ones ith snowy crowns I bequeath, Mi lmppl-ne- s ol old age, the love and gratitude of their children, until they fall asleep." 1 ,. x . ir 1 ember-'electio- n If one feels dull and spirtless. In the spring or early summer, they call it "Spring Fever." But there is no fever usually. It is the after effect of our winter habits. The nerves arc mostly at fault. Tired, worn-ou- t nerves leaves us languid, lifeless, and without spirit or ambition. A few doses of Dr. Snoop's Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depress Hickman Lodge 761. The Restorative of ing symptoms. F. & A. M. course won't bring you back to full Hickman Lodge No. 761 , F health n a day or two, but it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you A. M., will meet in regular that the remedy is reaching that njcation next Monday night ' 'tytliUMl from nnt hut Democracy of Kentucky, in r tion assembled at Lexington, r. U, 1908 reaffirm our .illegtar. '.. devotion to the principles Democratic party as represe:.'-- , Jefferson and advocated by a t line of illustrious leaders, atii set forth in the national Dcm platform In 1904. We endorse and point with $ taction to the wise, honest . economical conduct of the i." government by the Democrat ministration of Gov J. C. W ham and his associates in oft We disapprove anq ccrvi'-iU-- H weak, vacillating, hypocrlilca i : artiilrnry conduct of ourstat" by the present Republican a tration. We instruct the delogaies ' by this convention to cast Kentucky as a unit upon a lions and matters coming be' r national Democratic conyer . be held at Denver, Col., J . 1908, and they are hereby matructed to vote for Wnl, Bryan as the nomnee for pi" by said convention, and cont vote tor him until he snail tr i.. natcd. -. f ix -- tt-q-( A Bad Backache Such ifoalei 11 lome xonun suffer, every month, from back "tired spot." Druggists everywhere viiiuui! urotners arc corji : C. P. Shumate, W ii are advising its use as a splendid vited. Henry Cowojll, and prompt general tonic. It gives . ichel It necemry? No. It cut prevented and relieved, wbeu by lemile trouble, by liking a medicine villi specific, cura tlve action, on the female oriaui and functloai, which acta by the CtfVfccalJon, stopping Ike pita apd building tbe organ aad function up t proper ate ! ht more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic. It sharuens a falling appotlte, aids digestion, trees sluggish livers and kidnevs. and brings new life, strength and ambition. Test it a few days and be convinced. Work in T. I C. Degree. iK I ttn,n F McClellan. of Cavcc T.'l . U tin..,!,... issue will be found his ati ment as a candidate for asr :.f Fulton county ttaui Heart Strength f bulla. Try. WINE OF PMAN'S RELIEF had tuck a backache that t drew me over, io I could pot aland atralght. The doclora could not help mc, so I tock Cardul, and now I feel like a new woman." I " suffered for 15 year," write Mr. MWj A. Aker, of Oaikaoi, VfVMtb tlou fanale troublci. i Kitten, urengtben theta ntrre needed, with raajtaUUh il d 10c will buy a can of (Choice Union City tomatoes at our .fitore. Bettersworth, Prather & Co. ' guaranteed hose at 12c per foot, at Cotton & Adams. two-pounly Dr. Shoop's Restorative "ALL DEALERS" For cuts, sprains, bruises burns. rheumatic and all other pains use McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. First sold in 1825, still the same effective remedy in 1908. Good for man or beast. 25c, 50c and SI. 00. At All Druggists WRITE FOR TREE ADVICE, atatlng- - age and devcrlbint; ayrnp-tom- a, to Ladttt AdvUoru Vtpt.. Tha Cliattauoon Uadlciaa Co.. Chattanooga, Term. K 38 The Only Place. An Atchison colored women who has a great many children, takes in washing and works like a slave, was called upon by a doctor and a health officer during the small pox excite ment, says the Atchison Globe, who torn her she miist be vaccinated She said she had no time to stop and be sick with vaccination, and besides could not s.pare one of her arms j that the children would starve and freeze if she could not do her laundry work. Then the doctor said; "Well auntie, J will vac cinate you cn one of your lower limbs." "No siree," said auntie, "car.'t spare one of my legs either." Then the doctor said kindly i "Well what spot could you spare, because ,youmustbe vaccinated. ' The old colored woman thought and thought, and finally said slowly i "Well, Lawd knows, I don't git a chance to sit down." Have you tried Beech Nut Brand Peanut Butter? C. II. Moore. A lOOK OF MYSTERY is The Veil Mary IlnrrioU Nrrl I Jiiin. Ultilli. illlll uniles. 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