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Woke Up, Old Man THE HieKMAN (COURIER. Uib A DLUE MARK HERE mrnrm thnt your aulx erlptton him nxplrrd. Ilonow promptly if you wnnt th pnper to come toyoiinftortlil month tertlsing is the Team that Pulls 60 NO. 2 Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Succbsb, The Courier has a Spanjctn' Good Team, DreasB the RxIbs of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up VOMJMB 8T PATER IN WESTERN XENTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908. WHOLE NO. 2401 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAS 1M9 3tyort ffotes 09 Uidely ly a farm, young man. No mat how small it may be, buy a farm prepare it so that your land will ride you a living. Twenty years now the man who owns his will be independent and will at his command the means of Ivellhood. The expansion of jfactures cannot go on forever there will come a day in this try, as there has in others, when supply will exceed the demand the only absolutely sure occupa- will be farming. Buy a farm one may be had. ( Drfjnt Jopies majority who disappear in a routine way, for there is a routine of disappearance, go out of the world, and yet remain in it, without their mystery being mentioned. A disappearance is always a mystery. A criminal can not mysteriously disappear, for many of them try and fail, but an honest man can step out of his house, take a car at the corner, and never be seen again. Death is always the explanation of the mystery preferred by the friends and the family of the disappeared, for any other theory is less kind, and a broad charity treats the disappearance and dead alike and of them only good. It is said that former Senator Chas. A. Towne, of Minnesota, but now of New York, will be named for Vice President on the Democratic national ticket with W. J. Bryan. There is no failure but what helps some one. A business failure helps the sheriff. Despite all of the ravages of death the population of the world is steadily increasing. The London Express has compiled figures to show that, within the past ten years the population of the principal countries of the world has increased 63,000,000, the of the civilized total population countries being now 570,000,000 as compared with 506,000,000 in 1895. The most crowded civilized country is the little kingdom of Belgium, which has a population of 588 to the square mile. The number of persons to the square mile in other counties is given as follows, leaving off fractions : United States, 21 : Russia in Europe, 51 ; Spain, 65: Hungary, 153; France, 190; Austria, 225 ; Germany, 290 ; Japan, 316 ; United Kingdom, 406. i"l' ing credited with everything else of importance under the sun, the Republican party should, in justice to itself, have taken a deep pride in the panic and held it aloft enthusiastically. It isn't every party nor every President that can pull off a destructive panic, and the party or President that does so should not undertake out of modesty to hide the fact. NOW BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Frank P. Glass Si Co., who some time ago closed a deal taking over the Union City Grocery Company stock and good will, took charge of rs. Benjamin Clayton died at the business Wednesday morning. tome in Union City Friday of One of the Courier's old readers ige. lne interment was in me ceme'ery, services being con said to us yesterday : "Say, what's ed by Kevi. Watson and Hud- - become of the old system of having The deceased was 72 years Bibles in all of the passenger re and an estimable-unrutla- n coaches? Remember'em? There was a little tin box fastened to the side of the coach, in it was a Bible, ro planks seem to have got lost and on the box were the wordi ; read shuffle in the Chicago Conve- and return. I used to get a lot of ners t, not a sign of a reference comfort, and pass away many dull Ide to the publicity of campaign hours by reading the old book on my Ibutions. And so the way is long jumps across the country. I've for a campaign of boodle and seen hundreds of traveling men readption, similar to the campaign ing the Bible on the trains in my )4, of which Theodore Roose- - twenty years experience on the road, ras the commander and bene- - and I know that a lot of them carry . Second, while the party small Bibles in their grips, and it is of the crops and everything no uncommon sight to see one of It fails to boast of the panic, them reading it in the quiet of a l was the greatest achievement country hotel office. "I never knew Roosevelt administration. Be- - who was responsible for having those Next Saturday the fur will fly in The vncancr In tho office of prime minister of Great Hrltaln. caused bj the resignation of Sir Henry was tilled at Hlarritz, Tennessee, it being the date of the Franc, during an audience between King Edward and Herbert H. Asqultb. Democratic primary. Few, if any, gubernatorial contests were ever so Bibles in the coaches, but whoever it may result in having the Bibles hot as the one which will be decided it was they were on a mighty good in the coaches and in all the at the polls on the 27th. Even our trail, and I'm sorry the practice has depots, I'd give a piece of money town, and county, is taking considerbeen discontinued. Many's the in- towards a fund for that purpose." able interest, and a man isn't comteresting discussion I've heard beI i' pelled to leave Hickman to find tween traveling men on Bible topics, Whit becomes of the persons who Carmack or Patterson "money.". and you would be surprised how fa- mysteriously disappear? There are miliar a lot of them are with the old hundreds of them. A few whose Next week the small boy and book. I wish you would call public cases are striking or unusual are cannon cracker will keep everybody Carapbell-Dannerm.ni, ed The jawbones of a whale are sometimes twenty feet in length, and the mouth, when wide open, is 12 to 18 feet. The throat, however, is so small it scarcely admits a hen's egg. Some great benign correspondence school should put a love letter on the market that would do the work and yet when it got around to the divorce could not sounds as though the human race were still in the monkey stage of development. attention to this-matte- r, and perhaps mentioned in the newspapers, but the on the qui vive. i 5 r ...Big Bargains In... Good Clothing ...Buy a 4th of July Suit... Off Sale I 1 AND SAVE 20 ON THE PURCHASE. AN UNUSUAL OP ! PORTUNITY AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR ALL 1- -5 Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Suits will be placed on sale Saturday at -- 5 off the regular price. When we say "reduction on clothing" we Mean Just What We Say. All suits reduced not just a few things thrown out as bait. Take your pick clothing to be found in Hickman from the finest stock of veady-to-we1 ar .... 10.00 Suits Now $8.00 12.50 Suits Now 10.00 15.00 Suits Now 12,00 ft lO.OO HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX 22.50 25.00 Suits Now $14.80 Suits Now 18.00 Suits Now 20.00 COME IN AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS WHILE THE VARIETY AND SIZE RANGE IS SATISFACTORY !! Off On All Children's Clothing SMITH & AM BERG Reduced Prices Strictly Casrf !! THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covtrj Weittrn Kentucky Uk th. Dw" W. 0. 8 PEEK, And luM H TAFT J. 0. SEXTON IS NOMINATED! BURTON PLACES CONGRESSMAN NAME OK SECRETARY DE FORE CONVENTION. Editors and Proprietor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IJt ADVANCE. Entered at tho nickman, Kentucky, postofllce m second-clas- s mall matter. EVER 'RUN AWAY d sent their sldo of the case, and that Chairman Hopkins would havo an np- portunlty to close for tho majority Coopor then began the reading of tho minority report Ho mado much bettor at that than Hopkins. Ho has n good voice and his points could bo clearly hcnnl. Ho is an earnest sneak. cr, and tho chairman did not havo to call tho galleries to order whllo lio was speaking. Delegates In Shirt 8leeves. When tho hour for opening tho third I WARNER LOSES SUIT 8Tpmothcr 4rtt, DECISION. NE8RB Afl teo,ooo dy ILOOD DECLARED NO BAR ejatloruHad No. Place In Record Declares. SnrlnxReld. 1H.. Jttno 19 - in opinion handed doww Thursday me .1 Insj by tho supremo court, Vespac.an Warner, commissioner of pcnsl 1 loses In his fight to sustain his fathc. 1 Will, and as a result his stepmotbv- Mrs. John M. Warnor, gets the w.i ow's sharo of the estate, Tho vaum of tho cstato Is estimated at $2,000 C ) and Mrs. Warner will got practl. ... UNLY BUOIllUll Ul iivH4umvimi a llllirflAI nil Uflt DALLUI RtUtiOflKT tlonal convention arrived tho tempera mm m FROM HOMET Man Remembers a Doy Who Tried It Forty Years Ago. "Whenovcr I rend In the newspapers boy has run away from home to light Indians or seek somo other sort $500,000. f adventure, It takes mo back 40 Coliseum, Chicago, June 19. years," said tho Tho supremo court affirms tho I man In William Howard Taft of Ohio, tho club smoking room. "For I ran C er court, which declared tho f TTIOI- in TraSrtnffn . nuptial contract null and void an iiuiu Humu unco, jusi us 1 sup OCUCldlV VI pose! every other youngster docs, once Roosevelt's Cabinet, was nominal- held her right to renounco tho v j at lenst, only In my case I wasn't seek- - ed for president by the Kepubliand lako her statutory allowance Ing adventure. I was escaping tyranny, can convention Thursday after- "Tho chnrgo that Mrs. Warnrr taa 11 seems rooiish now, but It was all I noon. negro blood In her veins Is Irrelev.. very real to me then.' Tho tyranny con says Iho court. This got Into the The needed 491 votes were elsted of tho ono fact that I got my reached on the first ballot. ord as, an amendment to the nn;.. first licking, and I guess there's no And upon this subject, tho court a doubt that I deserved It. Dut I couldn't Taft Enthusiasm Let Loose. No Legal Justification. see It thnt wny then; I was very bitRurton began speaking at 2:21 and "After giving tho, question our n: : ' ter, and tho ono Idea I had was to get serious consideration, wo aro wl away whero life was free and tyrants was through 20 minutes later. Tho Interruptions of his speech wero few, uhablo to percolvo and legal jus ,v were noL tlon-fo- r its presence In this case h "The Impulse to depart on my trnv-- , but when ho finished tho demonstrabegan. our opinion tho amendment to L els was carried out so suddenly that tion of the day Delegates climbed on their chairs, I found myself wandering far nway 1 answrr presented Is Irrelevant using megaphones and from tho h'ouso before It dawned on Immaterial Isiuo and should not ; Instruments. mo that I was 111 provided for a Jour- other that reason havn been allowed, ney. I had gono Just as I was, with the Texas Grows Poetic. "We do not deem It nccossary t j smart of my physical as well as mental From tho midst of the Texas delegaInto a discussion of tho evidence I wrongs still acute. tion there was raised a square pasteing upon this question, It consls i i "As I went I pondered over tho mat- board sign bearing these words: most entirely upon general reps.' j ter of provisions, and the Idea came to "As pants tho heart for cooling tho neighborhood that Joseph It& me that I would mako by first stand In streams, Bon, grandfather of tho appellee .! a cranberry bog right on the farm. So Texas pants for Taft" n traco or negro blood in his vc With this as a headquarters I would Suspended from tho sign wero a man i that he was a make raids on neighboring orchards pair of fat man's trousers. It mado n The Nominations. that ho was known as "DUck I and If tho worst came to the worst j hit, and tho cheering wont on, while Congressman Doutcll nominated In son. supposed tho cranberries would sup- from the rear came a blue silk banCannon. "Ills children grew up In Ohio port life. containing a plcturo of tho war Michigan and Roden-berFordney of as ftr as the cvldenco shows, a "Well, I reached the cranberry bog ner of Illinois seconded Cannon's presently and bivouacked. Here I secretary. atcd on equal terms with other p It was brought to tho center of nomination. 1 should spend the first night under the In that community. They ms Gov. Hnnly of Indiana nomlnnted friendly stars. I picked out a soft where tho Ohio delegation stood, and white people and reared families ' WILLIAM H. TAFT. place for a bed and sat down to wait there was cheering, whllo tho adjoin- Fairbanks. In turn, wero recognized as the iw u ing declgatlons wero sitting in their Senator Dcvcrldgo of Indiana secfor night. rituals of other peoplo." seats, stolidly declining to get up. onded Fairbanks' nomination. "Now, cranberries are not very filland fraud have assumed a promtnenco boundaries established In tho centu At 2:4C p..m.f six minutes after the ing, especially In the raw, green state, C. D. McCoy or Ohio nominated which calls for tho earnest attention ries past are becoming less distinct BANKER ENDS LIFE. but I managed to cat some of them. noise began, tho accuo continued un- - Foraker, and condemnation of cvory man who nnd kingdoms nnd races are beginning And then It began to get dark. diminished in force. A large bannoi' Emery, a negro, seconded truly loves the republic. W. O. to rcallio that they havo all ono com Ohloin, Charged With Mlsapprop t " "Well, sir, tho shadows fell quickly with Taft's portrait was paraded Forakcr's nomination. Against all theso abuses and In the mon destiny? Ing Funds, Shoots Himself, en the hills about me and tho air crow through tho aisles, while tho Texas Congressman Iiurton of Ohio nom- work for restoring old Ideals of hon Secretary Taft has exceptional fa emu. fantastic monsters reared their pants were raised oa the top or a inated William H. Taft. esty and equality, ns well as for hUh miliarity with conditions In tho dis Aberdeen, O., Juno 19. As p . horrid heads on every hand. Tho freo pole. Georgo A. Knight of California sec- cr standards of civic duty, one man tant Orient In Japan, In China. Wo men carrying a warrant charging . .3 lifo began to pall. State Procession Starts. onded Tafts nomination. and that man may rest assured that our traditional with misappropriation of tho fund 3 ! has stood 'So It won't surprise you to learn Several delegations, Including Mis- CochemB of Wisconsin nomi- Is Theodora RooscvclL Against cor H. E. friendship with Japan will contlnuo. tho Aberdeen flunking Co. were brewthat a very little boy ran home crying sourl, Arkansas, North Carolina, Okla-- nated La Folletto. ruption In every form ho has sot his Moreover, tho future promises that ing down tho door of his barrlcu' beforo the supper things had been honio, Virginia, Washington and Mln- Woodford of Now York, Charlos E. faco with grim determination, prompt tho slumbering millions of China will home to arrest him, D. II. Faw cJeared away, and that he never ran nesota, lifted the state standards and Hughes. nnd fearless in action and with that awako from tho lethargy of ages, and president of the bank, Thursday mc ; away again." started marching through the aisles. R. 8. Murphy of Pennsylvania nom- Intelligent leadership which has ns sho then will rcallio that the morn- Ing placed a revolver to his head The demonstration grew nioro vo- inated Philander C. Knox. surcd tho establishment of a better ing dawn of fresher lifo and wider fired a bullet Into his brain, De-rRevenge That Proved Effective. ciferous after It had lasted ten minThe call for votes by states was era In which tho strong and tho wen outlook comes to her across tho brood was almost Instantaneous. One of our young society woran utes. A flashlight picture was taken. then ordered by Chairman Lodgo. alike must submit themselves to tho Pacific from freo America, her truest has a very good looking husband of The warrant and tho tragedy f . Hitchcock did not applaud. Whon Impartial execution of tho law. There ft lend and helper. Wo covet no por lowed tho appointment Wednesday of whom she Is most proud. Having nonot shaking hands he stood with foldSpeech Nominating Taft. Burton's was need of a strong courageous spirit tion of her territory. Wo dcslro from W. A. IJst as receiver of the AU; ticed that this gentleman was paying watching Mr. Burton said, m part: to restrain thoso destructive forces her, as from all nations, Increased dcen Ranking Co.. which closed 1 marked attention to a lady In her own ed arms, delegates tho excitement. crowded around This convention enters upon t which havo asserted themselves In good will and that mutual respect set she kept a careful watch and was Scores of days ago. Fawcctt grave responsibility of selecting a this time of growth and plenty. Tho which knows neither bluster nor doors Mvcral fortunate 'enough to discover among him. r. delegates began singing, and presidential candidate with tho serene story of his achievements will mako cringing on cither side. Thus In this ganlzed the bank as a private At 2:50 her husband's papers a number of letcern two ycara ago, with a capital u spectators wero throwing rolls of pa- assuranco that the Republican party up ono of tho brightest pages In tho new era of larger relations, Secretiry ters written by the said lady. tlon of $10,000. Deposit wero Isr will contlnuo to rulo this people. history of this or any ago and will Taft. wtli his comprehension of na Sho then reflected as to what course per at the cheering men. Glory, Hallelujah!" "Glory, What assembled multitude In any provo that todny, as in any critical tional and International subjects. she should pursue. Sho thought long Many Killed In Explosion. The Ohio delegation started up, land has ever pointed tho way to such hour of social unrest or of danger, tho would furnish a certainty of peace and and at last hit upon a strange plan. Oakland. CaJ, Juno 19 Tho re "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah!" and was beneficent results for home and for man will appear who can grapplo with sustained prestige. From among the corresnontlpur.n th Under him, nt der plant of the Vlgorlt Co., loca tJio progress of tho wholo human raco, tho emergency lady selected four letters. nastd thom Joined by other states. homo and .everywhere, this mighty near Pinole, caught fire at 7 oc After 1C minutes of tho noise, near- as tho recurring conventions of this on tho back of her fan. and then ac Who so fit to tako up tho tasks peoplo would havo an assured confl- companled her husband to a dlnnor ,y 8,1 tno stat0 standards Anally grand old organization? Yet wo do which this wondrous generation do- - denco fn tho secure development nnd control, reached tho nn where she knew sho would meet her Joined In the march, and tho aisles not rely nlono upon tho record of mands should bo wisely and Impur progress 01 mo couniry anu woui'i nnt, a terrific oxploslon follom rival. It was not long before the fan were congested with a wild, cheering that which is accomplished. We em- tially performed ns his great war sec rest saro in mo reliance mat a cnicr tinCti It Is believed thero has been h attracted tho attention of the guests, mass of delegates. Tho states In tho phasize, even more, lis supremo qual- rctary? executivo was at tho helm who, In loss of life. Meager reports s who asked to be allowed to look at It march represented 33 states, with a ification to eoIvo tho problems of the No ono has over yet assumed the peaco or In war, would guide tho des that the entire plant Is destroyed c Tho fan then passed from hand to total of 554 votes in the convention? present. presidential chair who had received a tines of tho nation with a strong band, and when it reached tho rival C3 more than the number needed to Again Ohio presents a candldato to more Ideal preparation for tho duths hand and with a gentle, patriotic that several persons were killed right and many Injured. she turned crimson and under the pro-te- nominate. tho national Republican convention. of that great office. As Judgo In state heart. of a sudden indisposition with Virginia, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Min- In seven stubbornly contested courts, as solicitor gun and federal And so today, In tho prosenco of Two Vnnderbllt linos, the Rig I : drew hastily. Gentlewoman. nesota, Connecticut, Michigan and campaigns, sons of her sacred eral, as governor of tho Philippines nioro than ten thousand, and with tho Texas took np their standards. Kan- soil havo led the cmbaUlod Republican as secretary of war, which has In Inspiring thought of tho well nigh ton and tho Lako Krlo & Western, Ever an Upward Course. sas, Washington, Idaho, Missouri, hosts to victory. The Huckcyo Mate eluded tho work of colonial secretary thousand times ten thousand who semiannual dividends. Chairman I The poet, the artist, the saint, say Georgia, tho Philippines and Alaska has assuredly contributed her share of nnd director of national public works. dwell within our borders, I nomtnato galls Issues statement for the Incessantly: Again! Higher! The came next Four, generals for the iu statesmen and he has received his training and has for tho presidency that perfect typo of beyond attracts them ever. What At 3 p. m. tho demonstration turned building of tho nation. Rut that of always shown himself master of tho American manhood, they hold Is little to them. The anthat poorloss rep Another Victory for hrt. Hartje guish which they suffer marks, if it Into one of song, men sinking various which vro aro prouder still Is her situation and competent to mako mora resentatlva 6f the noblest Ideals" In M PltUb'urg. Juno 19. Mrs, melodies in different parts of the hall. stalwart citizenship the mlgbtle.it honorablo and boloved tho American our 1 does not measure, the happiness which national lifo, William H. Taft of At 3:03 tho delegates began taking bulwark of the republic In every com- namo. Thero havo been no years of Ohio. Scott Hartjo, wife of Augustus Har they long for. And they strugglo and the millionaire paper nianufac' lament and strlvo and tax tholr In- their Beats, and tho nolso became less monwealth mado up of America's Inaction in his career. He has been genuity for tho lovo. of that shore fur- doafening, though the singing con- freo yeomen, over roady to respond continuously engaged In weighty tuks PARTY PLEDGES IN PLATFORM. whoso unsuccessful dlvorco lltlga 3 against his wife has been widely to tho tocsin of alarm in days of peril, and each successlvo service has been ther on, of which Virgil speaks: "Rlpao tinued. Tariff. At 3: $5 p. m., after tho sceno had or to crush corruption whenever It characterized by an Increasing Influ ulterlorls ainore." Joseph Hour. "Tho Republican party declares un- - llshcd, won another victory Wc.' continued 26 minutes. Chairman Lodgo raises Its menacing head. equivocally, for n revision of the tariff day when, by a decision of J f ence upon most vital questions. rapped vigorously for. order and, parWe welcomo the friendly rivalry of What Did He Mean? In pur domestic affairs, In whatovcr by special session of congress Imme Frazer, sho was awarded $5,00" "The ruling passion," says tho phil- tially quieted the assemblage. candidates from other states from position ho has held, he has displayed diately following tho Inauguration of year alimony, $20,100 for court osopher of folly, "Is strong, not only tlio great Empire state, the Keystons tho raro union of a Judicial tompora- - the next president and commends tho penscs and $7,000 for attorneys" Third Day's Proceedings. In death, but In other circumstances. state, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin, inent with an unsurpassed gift for ml steps already taken to this end In Iho Her claim for oxpensos nnd cou ' Convention Hall, Chicago, Juno 19. forming with Ohio I told a chorus lady last night that a, broad expanse nflnlstratlvo management. foes wero but slightly reduced 'r To him work assigned to tho appropriate com With 25 of tho Wisconsin delegates, extending In tho had a peach of a bun on, and sho unbroken sweop from belongs tho extromely valuable fac mittees of congress which are now In tho court. 5 JT. ono New Jorsoy delegate and two Inquired anxiously if it was on vestigating tho operation and effect old ocean to tho uppermost bound of ulty of eliminating tho North Dakota dolcgates voting in tho tho greatest of inland seas. itralght." Printing Pressmen Elect. Each of from complicated problems and going of existing schedules. affirmative, the entire minority party, presents a leader among lead- directly to their substance. His ca Mobile, Ala., June 19. Tho Ink ut Postal Savings. A Wife's Need. exceptions of tho planks re- these with the ., . tvu luvor mo esiaoiisnmcni or n tlonal Prcesmen's and AsbIM.i '3 She needs a good temper, a cheerful ferring to tho election of United States ers whoso achievements nnd renown paclty for work Is enormous, yet .julto postal savings bank system, for tho union Wednesday elected tho fa are not confined to the narrow limits as helpful is his cquablo tempera disposition and a knowledge of how senators by the peoplo, tho ascertainher husband should bo treated. Sho ing of physical valuation of railroads of a single commonwealth. Today ment, which will not allow tho annoy convenience of tho peoplo and the en Ing officers:. President, Georg; I Horry, San Francisco, reelected, t ' needs a capability of looking on the and tho publication of campaign ex- with fervid earnestness we wago a ances of lifo to distract or hamper couragement of thrift." right side of lifo and refusing to bo penses, was rejected. Tho vote was contest for tho prize. Tomorrow, him. Although of an aggrcsslvo por Court Procedure. W. I Murphy, lr."f Tho Republican party will uphold Mont., worried by small things. Sho needs a C52-2. second vlco-i- r questions united for tho fray and quickened by sonallty, ho possesses an lnflnlto ;ood Theso latter threo a common flory zeal, tho champions nturo, a charm of manner and a polso at all time tho. authority jind nttg- - dent, Michael II. Flanriory, Chlcnr lecure grasp of such subjects as aro wero then taken up. of interest to mon, and should not bo go forth with, which havo mado him a model for ..vj u. wiv vvuun, iiuiu u 11 icuerni. miru J. urt The whole platform was then adopt- of all tho candidates will above studying ovon politics In order mounting enthusiasm to vanquish tho exalted station. In the final analysis ana win ever insist that their powers Now York, reelects! ; secretary tr to understand should her husband ed. foo. oven tho highest officials must be to enrorce tneir process and to prO- - urcr, Patrick II, Mullen, Chlcugo Tho fight over the platform was at ipeak of them. Sho needs a sympaTho most porplexlng questions of Judged as men, and under this cri- ateci 1110. uuorty nnd property shall clootcd. times plcturenquo. Senator Hopkins thetic nature in order that, should sortoday arise from tho bountiful devel- terion Secretary TaftJsnow and will do preserved inviolate row fall upon them, sho may be able read the majority report. Representa opment of our material wealth. Such ever bo known for his broad sympawo ucnovo, however, that tho Hearst Still Galnlnn. (o give comfort She needs to under-itan- d tive Cooper of Wisconsin, represent a development can not occur without thies with evory grade of humanity rules of procedure In tho federal Now Vork. June 19, A ealn of CJ something of sick nursing. A ing tho minority members of tho com- tho creation of inequalities and dan- nnd as ono Invariably actuated by that i.uun wiin respect to tho Issuance votes was made by William. R lis - ' wife with no notion of what to do In mute o, read tho domand of his colof tho writ of Injunction should be Wednesday In tho examination of 1 3 gers to tho Boclal fabric. I most democratic spirit which should charthe caso of Illness Is but a useless leagues for additional declarations on strenuously deny that tho American acterize a progressive American. And more accurately donned by statute, boxe In th mrmmi f,f"i thing. She needs tact and patience tnrl ffrevlslon, regulation of common and that no Injunction or temporary election of 1905, now gol"B on be' the one to enable her to know when to carriers and tho delegation of fuller business man or tho American cltlscon yet no ono can for a moment hosltato remain silent and vice versa, and the powers to tho Interstate commerce cherishes lower standards than the to rccognlzo bis sovorlty In dcallug, restraining order should bo Issued Justlco Lambert. Hoarst has ma ' a citizens of any other country. The with wrong-doing- . jtber to put up with her husband when commission. Whllo no honest without notice, except where Irrcpara- - gain of 370 votes In tho recount cf by ills temper Is ruffled. Chicago Amerl-tan- . o9liCan,,I7E r him, no dishonest uiu injury woum result from delay, In 1,009 boxes. Put Limit on Debate. ntnrise wnicu case a speedy ... u moiuu ui iiiuir uuiy y,,vu. hearlnir thero. li f 4 tReforo Cooper began Chairman absorptionuul varied pursuits and of nrlinmn milt hnnn in In , h. Mior snouia do granted." Mlsslsslonl In Brv.n Column, from tho i)gUt or to eKapo Lodgo announced that tho previous . Not for Willie. . ... rv-- iue party declares for .tho enforce. I Jackson mi v inn m menu .11 mn..t i .1 wiu iorvico "Shall I set up the Insanity plea for question had boen called for. Tho great undertakings, questionable moth, iuo I. laws. erotic state convention of Mlsslss'.pi. In the larger sphere of world :oll- motion was put and carried by a very ods havo been able to engraft rout" asked tho lawyer. rsvurs legislation to themmnt Imm Wn,lni,l0v lnlr "Great heavens, no! Tho keepers of close vote. This puts a stop to any selves upon the business of tho coun- tics, wo aro entering Into new and eiucieucy in national Secure irrcator which . w.,.rM;.nt public health 11 hn closer bonds with all tho nations of ibese madhouses have got so they take long debate on tho platform. Mr. try. Rich rewards have too frequently tho earth. Who la bettor qualified agencies, and commonds what has el- - tho state national convent ?n lucb pleas seriously." Lodgo announced that oach side would beon gained by , leauy uceii uone. some who aro lono than he to lead America to ., Jo vn, flpa. ....i.i ,a . " m lUSt IVI bo given 20 mlnutos la which to pro-- ' Uo scrupulous. her true ravors tne establishment of a bu. I of wnilnm r n,v.TT o. UW H"- for Monopoly, dishonesty position in this n.u.ni latter day when the that a When Last Needed Vote Is Reached Convention Begins Wild Cheering as the Crowd Did for Roots-vcl- t Wednesday. gray-haire- d 1 ... H - noise-producin- g ture, which all week had been suikiim down among tho COs, was soaring Bayly In tho 80s. Permanent Chulr-maLodgo declined to mako any concession to tho hent ,and ascended tho stago wearing his usual well tailored black broadcloth coat, pearl waistcoat and high stiff collar. Dissenters Were Noisy. When Senntor Hopkins rcachod tho plank In his reading of tho report of tho committee on resolutions scattered calls of "No, no," from various parts of tho hall, wero directed nt Its provisions. When lie finished rending tho plank thero wai a small demonstration, which appeared to bo equally divided botweon calls of "No" and applause. Minority Makes Report, Following tho conclusion of the reading by Senator. Hopkins, Representative Coopor of Wisconsin pra sented, on behalf of tho minority, a report protesting against certain sections of tho platform as framed up by tho committee, and offering substitute planks. Immediately following tho reading of tho minority report a delegato from Ohio demanded how many members had signed tho report. Cooper admitted he was tho only one, but asserted ho was not ashamed of It, and entered a vigorous defense of its various n n dark-skinne- 1 g -- 1 1 al a - iycj preal-dentl- L 1 a .... -- 11 .... ' " H "1 1 ioti,. " I at-th- e .... " tuwnnii. liraaLluiit Uiidcrwooa outid About the State W ... Farmers :and What It Going On in Different Sections of Kentucky. Wf ... Hull Bail J. A. THOflPflON, 1 3 1 mH sWss- SiiiiHliinl ir Clinton Street, Hickman, Kcntnckr. BAR APPROVED. INDUSTRIAL - fypewriter x f s Attorneys at Powers' Home 'Re'Jolce And Social Conditions In Kentucky Discouraging, Says Morton. and Commend Wlllson's Act. ltorboiirsvtlb, Ky. Metayers of the Khoi . county, bar adopted resolutions commending the nctlon of Qor. Will-so- n In extending clemency In tho caso of Caleb Towers, ot this county, and welcoming Powers back to his old homo and to tho association with them. Powers was also congratulated, upon his "manly, Just and courageous fight" whllo n prisoner at Georgetown and cisowhero In the state. The resolutions wcro signed by J. D. Tugglo, chairman, and Thomas D. Tinslcy, secretary. Powers was at his place nt tho bar when court opened and tho resolutions wero adopted without dissent Powers left for his home on Urusti creek, whofo ho Will remain several days. Tho mall brought him several hundred telegrams from Frankfort and Georgetown, sent by people all over llio United 8tatc. His" mall Is enormous. SON-IN-LA- ....ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.... That wo offer to dopqaltorfl. Other lndu,ccnaeats are of secondary importance. HISTORY: writing. All new models or typewriters since the UNDERWOOD J became prominent, have been ot Underwood fomvlslblt $ OLD PROPHECY: Years ago a bold prophecy was mado "TIIE MACHINE WILL EVENTUALLY I1UY 18 THE UNDERWOOD." This Is rapidly becoming history. YOU f J J $ jgi NEW PROPHECY: derwood form visible writing machines. ' All old style machines will soon bo laperseded by U Lexington, Ky. In tho courso of a conversation with JJdwnrrt Corrlgan, Charles W. Mooro and others, Judge Jcro It. Morton, the distinguished law. ycr and Jurist, said: "Industrial and social conditions in Kentucky nro worse than at any period slnco tho civil war. The Now York legislature enactment ot last week has Jeopardized tho horso breeding Industry to such an extent that Kcntucklons will bo deprived of thousands of dollars ot annual revenue, and Investments of millions may ho Jost Tho prohibition agitation Involves millions of dollars more, and through tho tobacco troubles Incalculable has been dono boll financially and socially. It will tako nioro of a prophet than I am to forecast tho o of the commonwealth." , , to-da- y Upon this Guirantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President. -- Cashier. II. Buchsnan, J. J. DIRECTORSO. B. Threlkeld, C. Bondurant, J. W. AlejUnder. fUt) SAFEST hr I AHD QUICKEST WAV TO ry TRANSFER MONEY ISBV FOR RATES APPLY A SUGGESTION: J( EFFECT OF POLITICS On Public School System Discussed By Superintendent Sluss, of Covington. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE Tl LMAL MANAS ER n uu Better than seems Necessary Ask your dealer for Star Flour. Every pound of It Is positively guaranteed Made from select winter wheat. TELEGRAPH CO. RUM D TELEPHONE OU M eosroiuTU Frankfort, Ky. The first day's session of tho 37th annual meeting ot tho Kentucky State Teachers' association was attended by hundreds ot 1 tcnehcrs from every section of tho elate. Prominent Instructors were present, 1 's and no nddrcss was more appreciated that county, In tho presence of J wife and their two children. The than thnt of Superintendent Homer GRATITUDE: O. Sluss, of tho Covington school.!, wife Is Kecton's daughter. 4 With sincero thanks to the hundreds of thousands of ? Tho men had been at work together who told of tho evil which has como UNDERWOOD patrons for past favors, we beg to romain, and quarreled over a trivial matter. from "partisan politics and the ? Kceton Is said to have threatened schools." Ycry respectfully, Director E. II. Crawford, of tho Kalor's life. Kalor went home, and accompanied model school department of the Eastby his wife and children, went to a ern Kentucky Normal school, closed Anything anfi werytMrif In spring near his nouso after a bucket tho session with an address on Kencommercial' way ef hlgh-gratucky and Kcntucklans. ot water. printing. Our assortment of Kecton sprang out of the bushes Dr. Gardiner Appointed. PADUOAH, KENTUCKY. wth a shotgun and said to Kalor:-"type is complete, our press facili-tie- a Hopklnsvillo, Ky. Tho state board told you I would kill you, and I will." of the best, aad our workmen ; of control has announced that Dr. T. Ho thereupon fired twice, one charge Ky.,wlll true typographical artists. T.hi killing Kalor. Kecton escaped to the W. Gardiner, of Madlsonvllle, succeed Dr. J. F. Stephens, tho preshills. tells all the story of our facilities ent superintendent pf the Western for doing Job printing of tha right Kentucky asylum for tho Insane, July Relations Severed, 1 Another nppolntmcnt has been ankind at the right prices. Ky. Tho exccutlvo llopklnsvllle, I nounced by tho board, that of Mr. committee ot tho Planters' Protective Pate, ot Brcckcnrldge county, to sucAssociation has decided to sever the ceed Ell Berry as steward ot the asyrelations now existing between tho lum. ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Kentucky and Tenncssco branch of tho organization and tho Virginia Explosion Kills Two. branch. It was also derided that the Lexington, Ky. While working on If will pay yiM this plane btg barbecue, which, until last year, tho Morebcad & Norfolk Railroad, wan an annual feature, be called oft near Paragon, Morgan county, Noah rant. paying It will ya if because of oxpenses attached. Fugatc and Obanlon Perry were killed. The men had lighted a fuso Una of hulIJlntr material, builder's bard-wi- n, I carry tho only complete More Temperance Work. to blast away rock which failed to utih and doors to bo found lu the city. My prlocg are right. You league explode the blasL They returned to Frankfort, Ky. be the Judge; call and ace. leaders- - aro now preparing to wage work and Fugato struck tho cap with the hardest campaign, they havo ever bis pick, causing the blast, to explode. fought In this Btato against the Haucr His head was blown off. Interests. At the next general assemW. J. McMurray. J. W. Roney. bly there will bo two bills introduced. Actress Loses Bequest. Tho two bills provide one for the Russcllvllle, Ky. Tho Jury in the faot tho county unit bill, tho mous Watson will case reached nn tiger bill. other being nn agreement, breaking Wm. N. Wntson'd 12, 1900, and will, mado February Crazed With Religion. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . . . which left his property to Helen Lexington, Ky. C. J. Richardson, on n Now York nctrcss, who was aged white man affected with religious raised here, and who married a forPractice In all the courts In the mania, is held under orders of County mer Swedish consul. Sixteen relatives State. Judgo Bullock here pending Instruc- contested the will. Deeds, mortgages and all kinds ot tions from his relatives at Grafton, W. contracts. Brickyard Damaged By Fire. Vn. In tho Union dopot bo offered bat Notary Public in office. Covington, Ky. Flro destroyed sir tie to tho officials when they attemptHICKMAN, KY. ed to prevent his preaching. shrds and one kiln at the Latonla & Brick Co.'s plant, Latonla, Ky., entailn OFFICES: Offlco over Holcomb's drug store. Implicates Others. ing n loss of $15,000. Volunteer on or leiepnone us wnon in noeu ot uuuutiuut, t ut.su mkats Hickman, Ky. Over Covrgtll's drug Paducnh, Ky. At tho trial of Burwere handicapped by insutllclimt n IflTnOTItl'tM store. stream nett Phelps, Otis Dllck testified ut water pressure. A two-incUnion City, Tenn. In C B. A. Benton. Ho displayed n gunshot was played on tho Are and nblo work Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. building. wound In his shoulder, which, ho said, was dono with tho small body ot ho received in tho Birmingham raid, water. and produced one ot tho masks worn that night. He said Dr. John Cham- Harrodsburg Celebrates Anniversary. g speech-makinKy. With Harrodsburs, pion, of Lyon county, Burnett Phelps basket and an and Sam Colty led tho raid. dinner, the 134th anniversary ot tho HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. founding of Harrodsburg was celeWill Try To Prove An Alibi. Will practice in all tho courts In tho Lexington, Ky. Alleged .night ridors brated ot Shawneo Sprlng3. The princounty, who are claim- cipal address was delivered by Col. J. State. Office on east side Davis Block. from Robinson ed to bo members ot tho gang who at- Stoddard Johnson, ot Louisville. f tacked Marcial Haley, near Cynthlaiu, Fatal Window Draped. February, wero arraigned In, the last ESTABLISHED 1855. Frankfort; Ky. Flag day was comHarrison circuit court. Kenton, Fowle, here. A flag draped tho Brown and Megeo, who naked to be memorated .1... TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. ... I Aw..n.llt,.m ltlllM. tried togethar, will try to prove an from which tho shot wa fired that (Successor to D. O. It&mago, deceasod.) alibi. ilng Gov. Opebcl. This caused somo owing to the pardon of PowGrief Causes Suicide, Lexington, Ky, Despondent over er and Hnwurd. tho death ot his Bon Robert, who was Borne Howard Meets His Family. killed In St. Ixwls in 1903. Mnrcua Louisville, Ky. James B. Howard's Cnssell, 55, a farmer, shot hlmsolt In wife and throo child, mi arrived hero Best in nickman. not and cold and at the same time send baths; electrlo lights and tans, CURD1NO, STONE WORK of all tho head with n Bholgun In Jessamine end thcro was a Joyful reunion nt tho hydraullo chairs and everything body county. Ho died Instantly. Ilia your orders for job printing kinds, IRON FENCINQ. fetation. Thoy aro guests of Capt, Da-Ifor comfort. was found by his daughter. up his duties out of town. Your homo Howard has taken HlCKflAN, t : KENTUCKY Clinton Street, nickman, Ky. hi the oirico ot County Clerk GabharL printer can do your work just 8pecl.il Term Trials. Thousands Interested. as good, and in nine cases out Nest door to Jones' Cafe. Lexington, Ky. A Bpeclal term of Kuttowu, Ky. Tho trials ot alleged tho Harrison circuit court has been of ten he can beat the city, tailed to try men. charged with night night riders havo aroused tho people ' man's prices, because he pays Beware of riding. William Brown, Montgomery of Marshall and Lyon counties. Fully much less for running ex1,060 persons wcro assembled nt BenMagoe and a man named Kenton ni charged with beating Mursnal .Huley ton. Commonwealth Attorney John G penses. By sending your next Lovott will prosecute tho cubes. They wero captured by soldiers. printing' order to this office Splendid Selection . . . you'll be better satisfied all J. B. Atkinson Passes Away. Hospital Begun. Work On New lx)UIsvillo, Ky. J. B. Atkinson, forVersailles, Ky. Work hasAbeen around, and you'll be keeping Mado by Beshcres .Sb Jaoksoo, Columbus, Ky. started ou the new building for tho mer president of the Ixmlsvlllo school the money at home. Woodford county hospital, which Is beard for 27 years, a membor of that board and a prominent merchant, to bo located on Brown avenue. The sov-orbuilding will bo ot brick and stone, died hero. Ho had been 111 tor weeks. stories, and will cost f 12,000. three son-ln-IaKa-lor- Dnyors will please "Govern themselves accordingly," accepting no experiments and baying no passing models. KILLS HIO No mistakes can bo made by placing orders with (he com- - si pany that Introduced and perfected VISIBILITY, rcvolu- - 5 Trivial Dispute Ends In Farmer Shoottloulzcd typewriter construction, captured tho world's J ing Daughter's Husband. championships, preserved the salaries of salesmen and man- - f . a . 1 - ..1 - inn Islington, Ky. in mm ii.. i111'n.riM in it., i imh Hirnni. ltnu iviitkimi ii x nav i imvrr aim v. farmer of Madison William Kceton,bis county, killed m iiiiur. icir i ri rni r i ijd i n run WUUIIIVIU n inn utniwiiH r.ii. 3, UU pnnnmnnH v. V,V.WM J. Kalor, at Dear Wallow, IE ft Letter Heads Statement Bill Heads Envelopes Underwood Typewriter Company, Inc. f I Cards tit' da ! jb ' Will Build You a Home ft inmflgatt Intirast Cards EnveloDei Bill Head Statement's Letter Heads yn art Anti-Saloo- "W .A.. IDOIOIDS ... -- Absolutely Chase Davidson & Stubbs Roney & McMurray, anti-blin- d THE BEST- - Ko-ku- LAWYERS. DENTISTS. riillionaire Canned Goods. Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. tiro-me- h Ledford& Rand I e MARBLE WORKS jt B. T. DAVIS, Attorney at Law a -- HICKMAN Meet Your Friends AT' ilarble and Granite flonuments Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors Don't Preach About Trade s. Imitations." Star Flour" Cash Book Store Stationery, Post Cards, Call and see our stock. Everything New Books, al Mose Barkett, Agt., Hickman, Ky Willi To Succeed Dr. Rrdwlne. Lexington, Ky. Dr. Robert Luther Willis, ot this city, received notlco was destroyed by lire at daylight. from Frankfort of his, nppolntmcnt iuKeu1.988. about $l'),p00, with Insurance ol Bupoiintindont of 5hbKttstcrn t ii.TR;.sT". i.. ..vim. $8,000, Tho origin of tho'blnzo is unfou. to succeed DrJohS. Redwlno. knownBio Flouring Mill Burned. Ky. Tho largo flouring mill ot O, II. Dubuun nt Cornish-vlll- Hirrodsburg, , Notions, Etc MaryBerendes&Gompany WE PRINT SALE BILLS PRINT T H CM AND RIOHT ELLISON BROS. CUT PRICE BARGAIN SALE &TII.I. COltfTIltfUES To be the most interesting of all bargain events, and is daily attracting crowds of appreciative buyers to our store. New goods received this week at bargain prices and still further reductions in prices on many lots of goods make our offerings more and more desirable. You should not fail to come back again. Domestic Sale Brown Domestic Heavy Domestic 4 & 5 1 Sale of Laces 2c and 6c 7 l-- 10c Bleached Domestic 25c Carpet Warp 23c 9- - 4 Sheeting 10- - 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting....28c 10c 15c Lonsdale Cambric Best Apron Gingham Best Calico 15c Dress Gingham Fine Percales and Madras . Val Lace, broken lots 10c Val Lace 15c Val Lace Allover Laces Wide Laces 3c 5c 10c 25c and 10c 5c and 10c White Goods Sale 10c India Llnon... 15c White Lawn. 11c 19c 30c Fine Nainsook... 50c Persian Lawn.. ......35c 19c 35c 15c 25c Dotted Swiss :. 23c 35c Sheer Plaids 30c Mercerized Fabrics ....... ........... 19c 12 10c White Duck 15c 25c Silk Mull 12 l-- Dining Room and Kitchen 4c Ware Sale Triple-coa- Embroidery 10c Wide Embroideries 15 Sale 5c 10c 19c 6c 5c 10c 10c md 25c Embroidery Wide Corset Cover Embroidery Dress Goods Sale 1.00 and 1.25 Black and Colors, Sheer Dress Goods 81c 60c and 75c Sheer Dress Goods 48c 50c Light weight, light colored Dress Goods 19c Linen Sale Hosiery Sale Hosiery seconds worth up to 25c 10c Hose 35c Hose 50c Hose 5c 8c 25c Remnant Sale A big lot of Remnants, all kinds of goods, 2, 3, 4 to 10 yards in piece on 40c Sheer Linen 50c ......... 28c ...39c 25c -- ...59c Silk Bargains Silk Remnants 60 and 70c Silks Fancy Silk SI and 1.35 values 1.00 Black Talfeta 19c 39c 40c Dress Linen... 35c Irish Linen............ 75c 50c Butchers Linen 75c Suiting Linen 25c Linene " 15c sale at prices way below value. pieces of 10, 15 and 25c goods Many Underwear Sale Ladies Vests 10c Vests Fine Vests 35c Vests 5c 8c 10c 25c .39c at, per 5c 48c 69c 87c 49c .. yard 19c 10c 19c Royal Granite Coffee Pots.. .. White Lined Covered Sauce l 29c Pans 49c Royal Granite Teakettles 1.19 Wide Gold Band Water Sets Enameled Acid Proof Preserving Ket19c tles 39c Enameled Dish Pans...... 69c Alarm Clocks 9c Familv Scales 10 49 Ice Chests .... 7.49 ... RefriRerator 9c Auger Brace 9c Bits Ice Picks . 9c .k " Wide Gold Band Berry SetsT'.. ..' 1 19 Spirit Levels . 9r Large Hammers.... 9c 9c Feather Dusters Cuspidors 9c . .. .. Wool Dusters 9e 4Uc Step Ladder Hand Saws 9c ... Large Milk Pant 9c Cleavers 9c ! . . Sale of Waists 50c white Waists, embd 39c fine values. .98c 1.50 " 1.50 2.50 fine white Waists 8.97 Ladies 12.00 Skirts 10.00 6.98 " ' 7.00 4.98 2c 15 Muslin Underwear Sale 25c Corset Covers 19c 75c 3 00 " M 49c 1.98 19c .. 25c Drawers 3Sc 50c 75c Gowns .. Handkerchief Sale 5c Handkerchiefs 10c Fine f 2c and 25c 10c 3.98 4.98 ' ' 2.85 4.00 ' Black Satine Petticoats, 1.50 98c values .... "... 25c 39c ......49c Notion Sale 10c Pearl Buttons Safety Pins, all sizes Halr'Pins, a box 5c Brass Pins Hair Brushes 10c Combs............ Pearl Butt Tablets Toilet Soap. 5c . values 1.50 75c Skirts 98c .49c Millinery Sale Novelty Sale Ladies 25c Neckwear " 50c " " Belts 10c 15c 19c 5c RIBBON SALE 19c .5 1.50 ' 4.50 " Sale of Lawns 98c 2.75 " 25 and 50c Combs10c 9 20c Turnover Collars Ladies Trimmed Hats, 6.00 2.98 values Ladies Trimmed Hats, 2.00 98c and 3.00 values Childrens Hats, 52 values 79c . . si ' ..49c ' " 50c " ..19c 3c 3c 3c 10c Sc 2c 2c Fancy Millinery Ribbons, 25c Values Fancy Millinery Ribbons, 10 and 25c values Hair Ribbons, 15, 20 and 25c values Narrow Baby Ribbons, all colors , Ribbons for Underwear, pink, white and blue, 5c quality. and 10c ..10 to 19c ic 3c Sheer Printed Lawn 12 and 15c Lawn 25 and 35c Lawn 5c 10c 19c 10c QUALITY SOLID COLORED CHAMBRAY, ALL COLORS, A YARD Sale of House Furnishings 60c Lace Curtains 39c 1 50 98c " 2.48 3 50 " 3.00 net Battenburg Curtains....l.98 59c 75c white Bed Spread 3 00 " 198 18c 25c turkey red Table Linen 40c white Table Linen 25c 85c bleached Table Linen 69c 15c Towels, all kinds 9c Linen Table Covers 39c 2 00 Linen Napkins 1.39 China Matting good quality 13c Best 35c Japanese Matting 28c 30c Reversible Carpets Window Shades .23c 19c Table Oil Cloth Matting Rugs 49c 27x24 Velvet Rugs 1.50 S10 wool Ingrain 9x12 Art Sqrs 6.98 $15 wool Brussels " " 11.98 S20 wool " " 14.98 . . 5c Shoe Sale 6.00 Shoes for Sale of Mens Furnishings 5.40 Mens 3 00 Straw Hats 2 50 Clothing Sale Mens light weight Suits, up to $18 values 3 75 Mens light weight Suits, up to $20 values 7.50 Mens Summer Coats half price 95c to 3 75 Mens 5 00 Pants . ......... 95 Mens 3, 50 Pants 2 85 Mens 2.Q0 Pnnts 1.45 2.40 1.20 95c 5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 " 450 ; .. " " " . 3 60 3.15 :...2.70 2.25 1.80 1.58 " " " 1 50 Odds and ends Mens Soft Hats, regular 2.50 and 3.50 values 1.50 Odds and ends, samples, etc., of Mens 1.00 and. 1.50 Shirts 50c 135 1.12 FAN SALE Palm Loaf Fans Japanese Folding Fans Extra Nice Fans Fine Folding Fans 35c dainty white Fans... Cluett Shirts, 2.00 values Mens Drawers, 50c values.... 1.50 40c 5c 15c 5c 41 Sale of Boys Wear Boys 5.00 Suits Trunk Bargains 10.00 Trunks , ..! lc -- 5c .10c .15c .25c Mens 10c Sox Mens 20 and 25c Sox 7.98 6.50 8.00 6.00 ' Pearl Collar Buttons. 4.50 3.50 3 95 3.48 3.75 1 5.00 4.00 " " 4.95 3.98 3.35 And Great Bargains all Through the Mens Furnishing Department. 2.75 1.50 " Boys Knee Pants Boys Overall " " 98 98c 15c 25c ELLISON BROS HIIOIKIMW KENTUCKY I n aifeh's I The Bis Inaifeh's DAYS' SALE We are determined to make next Saturday, June 27th, the greatest Sale Opening day that this house ever enjoyed. The first Consideration is QUALITY of GOODS, then comes a still greater point which you must consider in buying your needs you want Good Things as Cheap as possible. This is up to you. We have by special Cut Price Purchases bought a big lot of goods and ; the temptations are so great. reap the benefit. This is a record breaker sale and if want to sell it so you will you attend you can't keep from buying, Greatest Opportunity This Town and County Has Ever Seen. Merchandise at Tempting Prices. READ CAREFULLY THE PRICES BELOW. Hope Bleach Domestic 7c Sale price Limited 46 yard i to one customer Brown Domestic good values MONEY IN YOUR POCKET Mens Furnishings Mens Hats in all colors and shapes 1.50 and 1.75 values 98c ' 1.48 2.25 1.98 3.00 " 2.48 3.50 and 3.75 ' , , 5.00 J. B. Stetson 3.39 40c Shirts 23c I 65c and 75c Shirts 48c t ' 1.00 68c 1.25 98c . 1.75. Mohair 1.24 4 ' 1.69 2.00 23c 35c Underwear 50 and 60c " 44c 1 24 1.75 Suit Case 2 88 4.00 " . 6.50 and 7.50 Suit Cases 4.98 The Very Best Danish Cloth Dress Goods Yard wide, wcrth 50c Calico On the Market Sale Price 29c .. Ladies' Purses at HALF PRICE Men's Suits We must close out all our spring line and you can get fit as well as the best styles on thtf market. 6 50 and 7 50 Suits ,'. 3.48 v 8' 50 Suits 4.48 Sale Price ... . One Lot of 5c Men's Furnishings 25tf Tie....; 35c " 50c " . 75c 25c Suspenders.. 35c 50c 10c Hose 15c - Salt Best 1 Price 4&c on the Nice Fancy Lawn Worth 10c a yard 19c yard wide Domestic market worth 8c ..24c ,. 39c ,...48c' Sale Price 48 inches wide 5c Sale price. 50 Inch wide .5 ...19c ...24c ..39c 7c 10c 17c 10.00 " 6.98 9 98 12.98 15 00 and 16 50 Suits Panama Cloth Worth 85c a yard Mohair . :. in all colors, worth 85c Sale Price 48c. r 25c 35c ' Sale price Best black 48c Ready-to-Wea- 50c " ....u , . 20.00 Fancy Suits 13.50 Blue Serge Suits 16.50 ' " 8.98 10.98 25c ;. v...35c Boys' Clothing 2.25 Suits, size 4 to 13 ' 4 to 13 3.00 " " 4 to 13 5.00 " 6.50 and 7.50 Suits, 4 to 1.40 1.98 13 White Waist Embroidery and Lace Trimming Worth SI. 50 and S2 Ghe lot Men's Kid Gloves 1.25 and 1 50, sale price worth 48c Art Squares 9x11 Brussell Art Squares, all wool, worth 16 00 Taffeta Silk nearly 1 yard wide, worth 1.25 Sabs price 89c l-- Sale Price Worth 50c 98c 28c Lawn Brinted Batiste Bie lot, worth 12 c 3.58 4.48 Sale price Red Linen Table Cloth Sale Price Sale Price Bed Sheets Ready-made, 6c worth 65c 11.48 Art 75c Pants Check Gingham ' Nice lot, worth 7 9x12 best Saxony Axminster Squares, worth 30.00 . Men's Pants 48c 1.00 and 1 35 Pants 1.75 and 2 00 2.50 and 3.00 Sale price , Gl oves 21.98 full length 2.00 88c 1.29 1 98 3 98 2 48 Sale price 5c Umbrellas Nice Lot, plain or fancy handles Worth 75c Sale Price Table Cloth White Linen, worth 50c 45 c Swiss Best Silk Gloves, Sale price 1.50 Corsets 28c 89c 1 Sale Price .48c 4 l-- 2c 15c White Dotted Sale Price Long Gloves Black and white, 1 value 9c 00 value Sale price brown 3.50 long Kid Gloves, black and 1.29 5.00 and 6.00 3.50 Pants 4.00 Pints ' 2.98 American Beauty Corset 2.00 75c 19 Embroidery 48c Men's Shoes and Oxfords 1.50 Oxfords " 8c Values 12 2 and 15c Values 30c Values 50c Sale price 3.68 Mattings 8c 19c 35c Sale Price 48c Umbrella Sale price 2.00 2.50 S8, " 98c and Shoes-- . 1 48 Best 35c Japanese Mattings 3.25" Carpets Half wool Ingrain Carpets, ful designs, warth 60 beauti- Ladies Vests 10c Values .' Sale price Sale price Pearl Buttons. Needles Best Fins.4 . 32c 55c 3c , All wool Ingrain Carpets, best on ths market, worth 85c 15c 25c 35c ' " " 7 7 Greatest value on earth, special l-- 2c l-- 2c $2 30r. China. Mattincr 22c ..22c 3.50 4.00 4.50, " " 4 " " " a,98 ., 2 48 2.88 Sale Price . 15c Fans ' 10c 25c 50c 1,00 50c 75c 1.00 1.50 98c 6c 4c ; Sale price S6, $7 Shoes at $6 Stacy Adams close outt S5" 3.24 3.48 ..4.98 15c 22c Back Combs and Fans ,..19c ,..35c ..50c .1.24 22c 29c ...48c .. 58c .. 98c ,.2.98 .1.98 .. .. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 2.48 J.50 Values....! 3.00 2.00 1.50 1 Shoes, to 3 98 15 Ladies Skirts ! 98 4.00 Skirts 6.50 ' Notions lc ....4c 5.00 2.00 1.98 4r48 3.98 98c 1.48 98c Best Madras Suitable for shirting, worth ... White India Linen 12c value 17 l-- Sale price 9c 12c 18c 19c 12jc Percale . 2.00 35c Back Combs Half wool Ingnin Art Square worth 10700 Sale price 9c Swiss .8c " " " ., ., . Sale price Petticoats 3.98 trim- 25c White Dotted Sale Price . f'; .18c value Lawns fBest Lawn in the house, 15c value 25c 35c Sale price 9c 4.00 ' 3.00 " 7.50 - ' . Ladies Muslin Petticoats, Lace ming, worth 2.00 SilK Lawn Big lot, worth 25 and 35c . ,3.98 Sale price.-- 98c Sale. Price 19c The above are only a few of the thousands of items on which we have cut the .price. during the sale We have cut the price on every piece of goods, every article in the house. Absolutely nothing reserved. everything to be as represented, if not satisfied bring the article back 7"0 C3r"Ui.lXdIIlL"fc and will cheerfully refund your purchase price Our house will be closed Friday, June 26th, getting ready for the sale. Don't Forget the Date! Sale will Begin Saturday, June 26, and continue Every Day to Saturday, July llth. Naifeh Bros. D. Q. Co HICKMAN KENTUCKY Two Weeks of Great Bargains, Remember the Date and the Place, You are the Loser if you don't come. mmmammuuammimmma Txt T'l 1 Tn 1 1 I I TTTT " TTTrTt"r Heard On the Streets T I ,rll,,l"llTTT,f T r TTT'I'TT T ? r I TT T T I Business is picking up. Tel. No. 4 for groceries. St. John's Day June 24. Telephone the news to 21. Edwin Fuqua spent Sunday at home. Threlkeld's lunches. for hot and cold New Raffles New Parlor Games Book Store. Ideal Republic, Etc. Reeds Shoots Himself. These Records were made by Mr, Bryan himself. EveryCol. Emmet C. Reeds, capitilist and horse fancier, committed suicide who has heard him speak will recognize all of that wonderone Sunday night at 9 o'clock, at FulRose. ful charm of and manner that has made him famous as an ton. Standing before a mirror in orator. Miss Bessie Rice, of Fulton, spent his, room at his residence, Reed a part of last week with Hickman placed a JScalibre pistol against his Come to our store and hear the real voice and spoken friends. right temple and fited a bullet into words of the Great Commoner, repeated true to life on Thomas That good coffee you had last Here's a tip. To build or not to his brain. Death occurred in a few A. Edison's Phonograph. Free exhibitions of the Bryan time came from Bettersworth & Pra- build a road from Hickman to Lu hours. Several days ago Reed was arrested on the charge of unmerciRecords every day this week. ther's. zelle is going to make some mighty good campaign thunder ere long in fully whipping a boy employed at You can always count on being A genuine Edison Phonograph complete with the new big his stables. the county race. satisned it you wear a reek's suit. horn for $12.50 or $25.00. Sold for only $1,00 a week. Enemies of Reeds offered services B. & D. Mrs. Fahr's aunt Matilda, of Cay Edison Records that wear forever are only J5 rents each. ce, who is visiting here, and is some to assist the boy in a suit for damW. H, Phelps, of the east end of what pigeontoed, has greatly im ages, and this coupled with recent the county, was in town on business proved her appearance by swapping financial reverses, is believed to Tuesday. have temporarily unbalanced his Miss Mary damage Dead. her right shoe off to her left foot. Al Faris left for St. Louis Mon mind for several days, and relatives, Dad Cook, (the gentliman who fearing for his life, vainly tried to Miss Mary Ramage died at her day, to bring a sand dredging outfit home in this city about 8 o'clock broke up the boat show at Hickman get possession of the pistol he habit to Hickman. Monday evening, June 22, after an about two months ago) , was here ually carried. Hundreds of people Crushed Oyster Shells, Grit, illness covering a period of two last week and placed an order for 11 congregated at the suicide s home, Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed men, althsugh 20 feet away, in the years or more. Death was due to barrels of prunes and 8 barrels of and no tragedy of recent years has A Disgraceful Affair, at C. H. Moore's. South, they would have been taken a complication of diseases. All beans for the Cottage Hotel. caused such sensation. One of our subscribers writes to lynched. It is degrading Chas. Case, the tailor, was cal that loving hands could do to pro Social equality and intermarriage Mr. "Reeds wealth is estimated at led to Clinton, Monday, on account long lite ot tne patient sufferer was find out why one of the candidates between the races were advocated a in the lowest sene to permit in a $75,000, of which much was Investof the illness of his wife. public discussion with the white peodone, but to no avail. The course for a Fulton county office limps. ed in real estate. He owned stock few nights ago at a banquet of the thought everybody knew that. He in of destiny could not be changed, Society of Greater ple or any other form of association, Cosmopolitan Tetleys Tea at Moore's. When banks and many business firms. the best tea costs less than a half and her soul went back to it sat down on his aunt's false teeth He was about 60 years of age. He New York, where twenty white girls but when it comes to equalizing and when he was a boy and they bit him. Maker and to rest. cent a cup why not have it? eaves a rife and five children . Mrs. and women dined side by side at intermarriage, it is too ridiculous to think about. I see Ellison Bros, has received a na Gholson, Mrs. Maud Thedford, table with negro men and women, jviiss Kamage was about 37 years Mrs. J. L. Byrne, of Denver, ot acre, born and reared in this citv, nice new wooden lee from a New Miss Annie Reed, and Messrs. Hamilton Hotel, editor of the InWhether by accident or design, Chas. Tenn., is here the guest of her Early in life she became a member Jersey factor'. It is of the feminine Reeds and E C. Reeds, Jr. All of all of the white women save three dependents, struck the keynote of daughter, Mrs. S. N. Sweeney. or me ainouc cnurcn, ana lea an contour and will be used to display his children reside in Fulton. found when they reached the tables the feelings of the negroes when he C. L. Rose tells us that since the exemplary Christian life. Previous hosiery and the like. With one ex The funeral and burial will be in Peck's restaurant, that the seats said: Intctraartiage, if continued first of March we have had rain on to her death, Miss Ramaee was ception, I don't believe I ever saw held Thursday afternoon at 4 o' beside them were to be occupied by long enough, would solve the race identified with the town's best inter- anything so perfectly proportioned. 50 days; "Who'd it." clock. He was a Mason and the negro men. Many of the men were problem. I do not belive that the ests religiously, educationally and white man would be so anxious to People of Luzelle who were up lodge will have charge of the ser as black as coal. If you use a pulverized or ground socially. She numbered her friends early Monday morning, saw large a This banquet occured in New marry the negro woman as would vice. coffee you can get an extra fine one by the score, all of whom deplore blue crane hovering over the city as the negro man to wed the white girl ; York City. from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound. her untimely death. though it wanted a place to light. The Reverend Madison C. Peters, but this would continue, the negro Methodist Church. FOR SALE Good gasoline boat, Impressive funeral services were Dave Morgan and Goalder Johnson who had intended to speak to the man marrying the white woman, un18 ft. long, 4 h. p. engine. Owner held at the Sacred Heart Next Sunday Rev. J. W. Waters society, remained long enough to til the dark race would gradually run church, at seemed to take great interest in its must have larger one to take its 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, by movements. They thought it was will deliver a sermon on "In view this startling seating arrange- out." place. fluence." At 8 p. m. the subject ment, then departed. Father Guerin. From the. church a stork. Why, of course the white roan I don't want any lead pipe cinch will be "The Elements of ManTheatorium has installed another the remains were taken to the City Miss Mary White Ovington, a would not under any circumstances electric fan, making the place cool ccraciery lor interment, where a on this world all I want is for Bob hood." Sunday school at 9 :3Q a. Brooklyn social leader, who had marry a negro wench If she was and pleasant. Go in and see the large concourse of friends assembled Goalder and me to perfect that drink m. been prominent in settlement work made of gold and diamonds, and no and paid their last respects with a that will taste as good coming up as A cordial invitation is extended to and whose father is proprietor of refined Christain white lady could "Holy City." beautiful floral offering it does going down, and we'll do the all friends to be present. the Hotel St. George, was the only afford to marry a negro roan If A large percent of the granitoid Deceased is survived by her rest. AH of the samples we have white woman who occupied a seat at he was worth twice as much as walks ordered built by the city have Willie Amoerg left Wednesday the speaker's table. Negroes were Rockefeller. Certainly the negro been contracted. Mr. Belotte, of mother, Mrs. B. C. Ramage ; three submitted to Shumate to test our editor wants to marry. Mayfield, is the contractor, and sisters, Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Misses gradual improvement, each have for Waco, Texas. He will be em clustered all about her. was here Monday looking after the Mildred and Carrie ; and one broth- brought that chin out another notch. ployed as traveling salesman, with The one table in particular which er, Ben. While I was in Fulton last week headquarters at that city. Miry Eva, the child work. attracted attention was that at which The Courier extends sympathy to half a dozen young while women of John Howard and wife of Crutch- . Miss Bonnie Carpenter, who has i. i me Dereavea ones. sat, and where the dashing young field, died Friday, and was buried in been in charge of the Typewriting negro, Captain W. H. Thompson, Rock Springs cemetery. She was Department of the Bowling Green WE FILL PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS sat between two young white women sick only one day. We are sorry Take your laundry to Bradley & Business College, is expected home we have not the space to print the from Green Point. Saturday to visit her parents for a Parham. obituaty that was tent In. The young ladies are well known few weeks. Look at New Book Store sDecials with the purest, freshest, strongest and most reliable drugs s . . . Prof. Farron Newberry, of Arka- in social circles. They chatted ur. Wm. orient's .horse ran awav n page o. with their negro entertainer, while delphia, Ark., was here a few hours we can procure and charge very reasonable prices. with him last Saturday, and hitting Mrs. J. M. Reid so'ent last Fridav he retold his exploits at San Juan Wednesday the guest of Rollie and a on a telephone pole over- in Union City. Every part of our work and every ingredient we hill, where he served as Adjutant of Willie Amberg. Prof. Newberry turned the buggy. The doctor was the Eighth Illinois Colored Infantry. has been engaged to teach in the Ben Branham, of Union City, was shaken up right sharply, but not furnish can be absolutely relied upon. in the city Saturday. This is one of the most disgrace- Union City public school next winter. seriously hurt. ful jneetings that was ever held in When you send your laundry to Peck's Blue Seree Suits. Maeni- Lowery Stone spent Sunday with America. If that gang of negroes Link's Laundry, you get the best" & a. & D. his wife in Greenville, Tenn. Mrs. nceni aispiay. had even attempted to occupy the work and lowest prices. Bradley Stone was operated on for appendiMrs. Harry Threlkeld spent Wed the same room with the white wo Parham, Agts. citis at Nashville. She has suffici nesday in Woodland Mills. ently recovered from the effects of Alfred McDaniel spent several the operation to be moved to the days of this week in Hickman. home of her parents at Greenville. Fred Case is visitine his sister. The dry, warm weather of the Mrs. Perry Shelby, in St. Louis. past two weeks has been especially W. A. Dodds was in Union Citv beneficial to the farmers of this section. The latter part of the week Friday and Saturday on business. Is Illustrated By Our Offerings Of will find all the crops planted. The Best and Smartest Suits we Wheat harvest is over in good have ever offered at $15. B.'&'D. shape; corn, cotton, alfalfa; fruits, Miss Annie Lee Brown is visitinp etc., look well, and prospects for a Miss Fannie Linder near Woodland. crop are now much more favorable than anticipated of two weeks ago. We've got our Boostine clothes on again for Peck's smart suits. 52-J- p W. A. Dodds returned from Ful. ton, Friday. Agency for Nashville Laundry Co. at lulison Bros. Bryant Cox spent Sunday here with the family of J. E. Fuqua, FOR SALE Jersey cow and fine young calf. Apply to C, L. Grocers' Troubles. Hams getting moldy, Salt becoming wet, Bacon quite rusty, Corn beginning to sweat. Candy all sticky, Weevils in the rice, Ants in the sugar, Prunes live with lice. Canned goods are swelling, Milk getting hard, Syrup fermenting, ' Rancid the lard. Butter getting' strong, Vinegar too weak, Flour growing musty, Potash balls leak. Worms in the apples, Skippers in the cheese, Water in the oil, Bugs in the peas. Pickles getting mushy, Mackerel turning dark, Grits and meal wormy, And sausage may bark. Cigarettes are funky, Cigars don't draw, Nails in the tobacco, Chercots full of straw. All this is nothing, If used to it you be, Look at the bright side, The dark never see. Saturday, a'nd reports everything over there Moving along lively, except the town clock. Tom Smith of Fulton says h wont put the funnypage of the Luzelle WeeHy Squirt under his carpet because it tickles his feet. One of our Hickman readers writes to know if in planting catsup whether we would leave the cork in the bottle or not. Yep, leave it in with Tommie Rooer. we went into to get a shave. The a barber-sho- p Uncle Bill Perry has Just got bnrbcr asked me if I. wanted my some new hair ribbons for his hair combed "Hickman" or "Ful. whiskers. ton." My patriotism for Hickman led me to believe the "Hickman" A Fulton dentist advertises to and he extract teeth with greatest pains. hair comb would be the best, combed the fuzz on our sky-piemother-in- He gets to work on my DRY. Now. what do you think of law. that? Bill Perrv is contemplation the Wess Morris has bought a half additiotvof an undertaking establish Weekly inent to his coal yatd and ice cream interest in the Luzelle Squirt. He will probably convert parlor. the editorial policy to that of anti- llijroncl the Alp Up Italy , Collins, run a matrimonial column Amid ttio frngrnnt hrvrie: HpvAklnir of the rrnrnc, there and substitute the weekly Sunday M nlno llmtmnrrr chcrr. school lesson for the funny page. Carmtck Johnson (alias Bill) , of Here's our best wishes to Wess. Hickman, was here Tuesday to see He was michty nice to us when we his uncle who is suffering with locovrete a boy, and has been considered motive attachment. oromis nc voune man ever since Coop Bradshaw was in Hickman before the war. Deacon Snow Writes. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN SPEAKS TO-DA- Y AT OUR STORE BRYAN hn just made Records of his ten best speeches for the Genuine Edison Phonograph sold by us. The Records consist of telling passages selected from his favorite orations on such subjects as The Trust Question, Imperialism, Immortality, Th'e Labor Question, An Deacon Snow. ELLISON BROS. outid I I ....... I I guy-wi- re HELM ELLISON. Mow to Dress Well, yet Inexpensively ' I MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S B. & D. Courier ooi qui ir VOU WANT sTtti oit m Uisiting Cards, Announcements, Wadding Invitations, Monograms. Stationary, Etc., sag Ha, Mrs. Mary Morris, of near Ful- ton, died Saturday night. She was 70 years old. Mrs. J. R. Brown visited Mrs. Ola Shaw, at State Line, Tuesday and Wednesday. Edgar Naylor, of the firm of Mil- let & Naylor, has been quite sick for several days. To sell you the best clothes for the least money is our constant en deavor. B. Si D. There is nothing better for the chicks than my No. 2 wheat. The price is right. C. H. Moore. This hot weather calls for cool underwear and soft negligee shirts. Get them at Bradley & Parham's. John Semones, wife and children, and Mr Bransford and wife, of Union City, came over Sunday in their autos. FINE SIMMER SUITS .... saasAt $10 to $25 5B With the m6st complete stock ol high class, ready to n ? eve.r assembled in this You can surelv iratlfv vm.r iJ i tailoring a,"., If fill ' close margin ot nrnfiiiuuiiv mm nniint at tne price vou wish to nav luniicnnorc, as we sail on a -- -r f1t wving oi 3.5 or more on anv earnnnts m.rrhr,,,? ,.,. 4 J city. .V J. --4 " .... ar . m i have everything ii "Peck" Clothing: for Men and Young Men now regaroee oy i In New uiscriminatlng dressers as the best Hats, Shirts, Sox, Underwear, Etc. ready-to-we- clothing made. We.also 5 H4 yru. BALT2ER & DODDS D. Q. CO. HE HICKMAN COURIER Cat r WtiUra Ktatueky The Farmers' Institute. tlk iko Diw" y mm 0. SFKXa J. 0. SEXTON, X4Ura and Proprietor. n4 CAUM IN ADVANCU. y MM M U y Specials Today and Tomorrow jf& fE DOLLAR PER YEAR ' Arc lamps? Case cleans clothes. lWr4 At tk Hickman, Kentuoky, No paper next week. mall matter. lc m iecond-clPainted your residence? Peck' i Suits. B. St D. irstfay, June 25, 1908 Bros. Gasoline at the Courier Office. Peck's Clothing. Best ever. B. Judge W. A. Naylor is on the &D. sick list. Leave your lanndry with Bradley Nifty Summer Suits for young St Parham. Ideal farming weather. Eat at Williams' restaurant. No. 2 Wheat. C. H. Mcore. Try the Courier's Want Column Leave your Laundry at Ellison men. B. & D. Big values in Straw Hats at Rice's Shoe Store. Threlkeld'- posite depot. New Book Store Any populnr Copyright Jiook m the Htoro, As the time approaches for the convening of the Farmers Institute meeting at Cayce, this mean? is employed to get farmers to inter' st themselves in the matter of making it a success. We know it ls busy season and that farmers have ben retarded in their farm operation, Anytitlo for of $1.60 Fic- tion in the store regular 75o Books- Any 85o Box Stationery in the store 7Rn if QD (plGU Eating House Leave your Laundry with Curlin, at Ellison Bros. FOR SALE. Old papers at this office ISc a hundred. op- for ZA''ltiWuinirlMvWTiiiilrai!lTl jPt,WWinvTiiiyi.i.riiwWi mwi r w WimT gmamW smmm mml III T 1 ipai.MiZ7Qiii)cI ll,.U.U.I u ppfl nag alt I I I palP uyowTiyypi i i mam fir m order to ghe the employes of u office a much needed vacation, villi prlnl no paper daring Ath of eek. No job tvork lll be beftoecn Jane 25 and July 6. patrons tulll please govern them 's accordingly. km oi me ran tW f r It - n( ' ao Ice Cream Sola a hot day or any time when ii arc thirsty. , .There it no anticipation so nn no pleasure to great as be thought of a glass of our Lii.it inciing I . ' Cold Delicious Soda lflm V P.llicnn Y .L tAUA.A,AAi.A.i,UiUi,J ICourt mfc tyouse News For Oar toirr4 Br Kmdrrt 1IK1 CIRCUIT COURT. be following Sin the Circuit Clerk's office I'our last reoort : kin M. Adams vs W A Adams Suit for division of estate. Jackson vs. Hezikiah Suit for divorce. Plain Hunishced the I C R R for about ue defendant, but later with-th- e attachment and the parties k suits have been Ulie on. vine together again. Short in Accounts. ipple of excitement prevailed big dry goods establishment McDowell-FrankliCo., Sat ' morning when T. C. Dullards, trusted book keeper failed to up at his post of duty at the hour, and the excitement was sed when it was discovered out S800.00 of the firm's cash The. affair is also- missing. hat shrouded in mystery, and e have no authority to say got tne young with the money, the fact that the money, both are gone y tells a story ot embezzle- Fulton Leader. n book-keeper Mrs. E. M. Erell returned MonEast Prarirle has called off her day from a visit to Fulton. 4th of July celebration. CUT PRICES on all Boys' Knee Miss Mary Annie McDaniel, who Pants. Bradley St Parham. has been quite ill, is able to be out Looking for a cool and comfort- again. able suit? Peck's clothes. B. & D. Wm. Brown was here from Mrs. Henry Clay returned Sunday Dorena, Monday. He has a very night from a short visit to Union sick child at his home. City. Murley Roper, wife and children, D. B. Wilson and wife spent the of Shuck Switch, spent Sunday with first of the week with Mayfield J. K. Brown and family. friends. To reduce our slipper stock, we Mrs. G. B. Threlkeld, of near will sell S2.50 ind S3.00 values for State Line was in town shopping, SI. 98- .- Rice's Shoe Store. Tuesday. The Passion Play at the Theatori-uProceedings of the Republican has been well patronised this convention at Chicago will be found week. It was worth the money. on page 2. The only trouble about "Square Mrs. A. 0. Caruthers has been on Deal Wire" is that it lasts too long. the sick list for several days, but is The Farmers Hardware Co., sells better today. it. See the handsome line of suit Mrs. F. S. Moore and little cases and traveling bags at Bradley daughter, returned Monday from a St Parham's. visit to her parents at Villa Ridge, month-olchild of Jim Ills. The Tyner, who lives across the river, Mrs. W. F. Montgomery returned died Monday. Tuesday from a few days' visit to Patent, tan and vici Oxfords, her mother, Mrs. McMurry, at Jordan. worth Hp to $3.00, for S1.98 Rice's Shoe Store. The Steamer Wash Honshell is Engraved cards and embossed now in the employ of the Mengel stationery and cards of every de Box Company. She is being used to low timber lo the mills scription at this office. H. C. Barrett left Sunday night .Mrs. Charles Moore and children spent several days last week with tor Lolumbus, Miss., to be gone several weeks. He will have charge relatives in Union City. ot a railway tor a big lumber mill The New Book Store will lake Mrs. Conley and daughter, Miss your special orders for sheet music JMizabetn, returned to their home in at greatly reduced prices. Corydon, Ky after a Mts. Kate Luten has returned pleasant visit witn Mrs. a. I to Fulton. She has been visiting Davis. , her mother, Mrs. Maggie Handle. Frank Berryman, who was Indict Cascade Flour. If you haven't ed by the May Orand Jury yet you haven t had the housebreaking, was this week for tried it rebest. Can No. A L. ti. Moore. leased on bond. He has been in Caruthersvilie, Mo., is to have a jail in Fulton. box factory in a short time. The J. H. Russell, who has been the new concern will make egg cases. guest of friends here for several Quarterly Court convened at the days, left Monday for Knoxville court house Monday but we were and other points in Tennessee to unable to get any of the proceed spend a few days. ings. FOR SALE CHEAP-- S No. 3 Log Ladies and Misses' White Can wagons, comparatively new.; one vas Oxfcrds the most popular set Fairbanks Wagon Scales. Will thing right now at Bradley & also sell a pair of good, heavy draft rarnajn s. horses. All will be sold on easy Misses Birdie Mae and Maggie terms. Apply to W. S. Ellison, Lee Rice returned Monday from a Hickman. visit with Miss Lena Threlkeld, at If reports' are true, D. E. Wilson, Mate Line. of Paducah, who was at one time H. Buchanan and wife will leave principal of the Hickman College Sunday for New York and other and also owned a book store in this eastern coast cities to be gone about city, was married Tuesday night to Miss Emma Lee Depree, of Texartwo months. Clyde Wilson has returned to kana, Ark. Miss Depree (ormerly Hickman to spend a few months with lived at jackson, lenn. his parents. He has been attending m ,( Pnul E Wirt Fountain Pens, any pui pDn nff IU in the store for.uUU UU but some member, or members of each family should spare the time to attend. When a political meeting has be en held in a town or city, the journals of the opposite party very often sneeringly remark, that the audience was composed chiefly of women and children, This is the very class that are specially invited to the institute meeting ; the wife and children become fully awake to the advantages of better seed, better stock and improred methods, and the interests tends to increase through the year with the result that every member of the family helps by bet-t- e methods to make more money. One of the lectures ; on the Farm, is along, this line and will show you how to keep the boy on the farm. Eliminate prejudice, the foe of progress and attend. PROGRAM. DON'T FORGET- - that this is the place to save money on anything in our line. We sell Sheet. Music, all the Magazines, Fishing Tackle Office Supplies of every description, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Purses, Cloth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Novelty Purses, Combs, Blank Books, Post Cards, and in fact everything that is to be found in a book and stationery store.. Don't forget that we will sell school books. Ladles are welcome to come to this store and rest while In town, whether they wish to buy or not. There are taoles and chairs and pens and ink provided for them, if. they wish to write letters or post cards. age stamps can be secured at the store at any time. Post- A. M. Meeting called to order by the Chairman. Prayer. How to Increase Fertility C. M. Hanna, State Director. Discussion. Breeding, Raising and Selling Mules Geo. p. Rogers. 10 DINNER. 1 :30 P. M. Corn Culture on the Farm Hanna. Discussion. A. McClure. Roads CM. John d Good Roads Meeting. Governor A. E. Willson, thtough this office, has called a Slates Good Roads Convention to meet at Eminence, Kentucky, on the 3rd of July. 1908 The United States Government has recently completed a mile of model road at this place, and at the Convention object lesson demonstrations will be made with all of mathe most modern chinery, including the King Split Log Drag. Prominent speakers, both road-buildin- how to get ''Good Roads," and every one should avail themselves of the opportunity. Making and Maintenance of Dirt Geo. P. Rogers. Discussion. NIGHT. 7 :30 The Snapp Summer Suits. B. & D. g Sam Terrill, a young farmer of the Mt. Moriah neighborhood, died Saturday morning,, of typhoid fever. The body was buried Monday in Sandy Branch burying ground. rcial-Appeal P. M. Manure as a Fertilizer John A. McClure. Discussion. Rotation of Crops, an Ideal Farm for One Man Geo. P. Rogers. Discussion. Soils and What Constitute Them C. M. Hanna. . The Courier and the weekly Commeone year for SI 25. SECOND DAY MORNING BUI Experience Teaches Experience, 'Us said, keeps a dear school the tuition comes lilcli. but the lessons learned therein are never forgotten. The wise, however, are willing to prom oy tno experience or others. When the painter-ma- n tells you that Lamia is mixed better than he can mix paints by hand, that they are pure, suro and durable, that they give the best possible results in beauty and finish, and will not crack, peel or chalK otr that s the voice ot experience the lesson save money." taught is, " buy Mastlo Mixed Paint Manufactured PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Meeting called to order Chairman. Prayer. The State Fair as a Stimulus on the Farm John A. McClure. Use and Abuse of Commercial Fertilizers C. M. Hanna. Discussion. How I Handle My Clover. Geo. I P. Rogers. 10 A M. Discussion. DINNER. :30 P. M. our Corn Crop Discussion. 1 The Five Points of Geo. P. Rogers. Agricultural Education C. M. Hanna. Why We Fail in Getting Clover Stands John A. McClure. The program is subject to change. Adjournment, Sine Die. At the Methodist Sunday next Sunday at 9 :30, the County Presidei t of the International Sunday school work, and two visiting gentlemen, will give a brief account of the International Sunday school convention which has just convened in Louisville. All persons interested in Sunday school work should be Mixed Mastic Kind That "Paint " The by schol CO., (INCORPORATED) LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY present. While Btn Moore was driving in a cart down the hill east of the college, Monday, the horse stumpled, fell and threw Moore out of the - FOR SALE BY HICKMAN DRUG CO., from the United States Government, at Washington, and from the State College, at Lexington, will be pres- Incorporated. vehicle. Horace, the S-- y ear-ol- d school in Ohio. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Mrs. Pickerson, of Fulton, and Mrs. S. L. Caruthers, of Union City, are visiting the laser's son, A, O. Caruthers, this week. Mrs. E. Bettersworth and children have been in Mayfield for the past week visiting Major G. W. Saunders, an uncle ot Mrs. Betters-wort- h. if marriage license was issued for Will McClain of Lake Ii Tenn., and Mrs. Ada Hays, J. V. Ehrhart and son, divers from Cincinnati, who have been doing some work for the Mengel Box Company, have returned to their ulton County. The wedding home. iolemnized Sunday at the home The five year old daughter of i bride. . Elgin Roper died at her pome in the lower bottom, Tuesday. Burial at Btownsvllle. Whooping cough caus ed her death. Mrs. Bessie Hubbard came over from Union City Saturday to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. T. T. bwayne. Mrs. Hubbard resides at Ft. Worth, Texas. The ladies aid society of the West Hickman Chapel will give an ice cream supper at the home of "Bud" Metheny next Tuesday evening. You are requested to attend. The ladies Foreign Missionary Society held a meeting at the Metho dist church Sunday night. Interesting reports were given by the dif- fernt officers ot the work of the lo cal organization. , I Be Lr Sure You Are Right men uu Mucdu B when you Want Cream U See That You Get wiOAHLEY'S tj ficr iream oj jnvrii... wiickman Drug mi mu'U make no Mistake Incorporated ent. It is also proposed to make a practical demonstration of the relative value of the different materials available in Kentucky. It is also the purpose of the Convention to form a permanent organiSeo the zation that shall have in view the combination of the Good Roads HALLOCK interests of the State, to work for better Roads in Kentucky, both by securing favorable legislation by the dissemination of knowledge of the proper manner of building good people. French. Friday a merchants excurroads. sion will be run out of Cairo to New Mrs. J. Noonon left Tuesday for Madrid. This new venture will This will afford an unusual opOn exhibition portunity to secure informaticn of Mayfield, to visit relatives, prove a great convenience to lot il at our store merchants. Mrs. Roy McKInney entertained No use to shelter over a hot stove with a card party Wednesday eve n any more. Lei the Fireless Cooker ing, at her home 1912 Jefferson St , do the cooking Ml in honor of Miss Saidee Saiith and her guest, Miss Hazelle Johnson, of Hickman, Ky , The house was prettily decorated In field daises and It's a great satisfaction to be sure that things a yellow and white color scheme was you buy at the Drug Store are fresh and not cirried out. Orange ice and white left overs from last season, A Big Business cake gave the color idea to the rethe fuel bill Saves keeps our stock constantly freshened up. freshments. The tally cards were labor, and half the postcards with suggestion of cupid. Wed-nesday- Fireless Cooker Postofficc Discontinued. Because no one would act as postmaster, the postofficc at Luzeile, Ky., located in the southwest corner of Fulton county, was discontinued on the 15th of this month. About the first of the year the postoffice at Mabel, Ky., was abolished and those who received mail at that point had their mail sent to Luzeile. Now that Luzeile has no postoffice, folks in that vicinity will be compelled to come to Hickman for their mail. The fact is there should be a rural route out of Hickman to serve these son of Robt. Ellis, was in the cait with Moore, and after the latter fell out the horse became frightened and ran down the hill with the child At the bottom of the hill, the horse ran into a tre! with the cart, throwing the boy out and injuring him seriously. No bones were broken, however. The Cairo Packet and Excursion Co., owners of the Str. Liberty, have inaugurated a new packet line between CairoJ and New Madrid Boat leaves Cairo Mondays, Fridays at 9 a. m., and New Madrid Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. She made her first trip Wednesday, having on board the owners, H. S. Davis and Silas , s, . Without Fire While You Rest. three-fourths FRES DM Co. ELLISON BROS. Helm & Ellison of white caranatlons. was given as a prize. Paducah News A bunch Democrat. Asks Boston's Assistance. Be Sure You Are Right Then Go Ahead When you Want Cream See That You Got HOABLEY'S ...The Cream of Merit... You'll make no Mistake Tho recent request of the mayor of ild Itaston, In KnRland, (tint citizens of '.ho now Huston, In America, should tld In repairing tho organ and ex tcrlor of St. Uotolph'i, the beautiful 'alheilrnl like edlfico which makes his 'own renowned nil ovor Kncland urines one as rattier odd until ono Dapgcrs of Defective Plumbing Defective plumbing permits the entrance of con into the house of icwer gai bearing-germtagious diseases to which the human iytem readily succumbs. s Is Your Plumbing System Defective? Sewer gai it not necessarily generated in the sewer, but ii frequently created in the plumbing system within the house snd enters the apartments through defective fixture. Hickman Drug Incorporated Co. The most dangerous sewer gases are often inodorous and therefore not dWcov-erc- tl Money to Loan. I can make farm loans in Fulton county, Ky., at the rate of 5 per cent per nnnum on first class improv ed tarming lands. Not more than half the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after two years in full I Bt Botdlph's Church, Boston, Enuland ui uia&uig any size partial payment hears gladly desired at intervals of six months respect what Doston GO years did In this ago, moro than after the expiration of two years The story Is told briefly In a sound' trom date ot loan. 4SMp Ing Latin Inscription written by Hon. 1- -2 until necessary an examination of conditions, but often too late to repair the damage done. renders If doubt, you are in consult us regarding the pping, ibo the replacing of defective fixtures w,th William Everett nnd cngrnved upon a ain Enameled Ware, memorial plate In tho southwest which is acknowledged chapol of St, Botolph's, now called the best sanitary equipCotton chapel, In honor of him who The "Blue Laws of Connecticut" was onco minister of tho church. Put ment in the world. is a term applied, in derision, to into English It reads: In perpetual rcmcmbranco of John certain rules and regulations said to Cotton, who during tho reigns of Have existed in the early govern James and Charles was, for many ment of New Haven Plantation. years, a grave, skillful and laborious They were adopted by the settlers as "r,car ot thls church. Afterward, on UUIUIIIUUUU oviL'uuui , early as 1639 1642 and imposed the amongst ui uiu luiscruuin sacred affairs In bis own death penalty for the following of. country, he sought a now settlement ffenses: 1, Worshiping any God In a new world, and remained oven to LONGING his life ,'outside of the Bible. 2. Speaking the end of greatest a pastor and teach reputation and ot Dyron Williams. er of the disrespectfully of sacred things. 3 tho greatest authority In the first Witchcraft, adulterv. theft, oeriurv. I church of Doston In New England I which city received this venerable . ' rr., ui.vuvuii.uvi. iu jsaicuia. nicy aic name In honor of Cotton. Two hun declared to have been compiled by dred and twenty-fivyears having the Rev. Samuel Peters, but were passed away since bis migration, his the generally believed to be apocryphal descendants and wore Americanto cltl Invited this lens of Doston ihe chapter entitled "Capital pious werk by their English brethren .Lawes" in the code of 1650 is an al in order that the name of an lllus trlous the love and most exact rendering ot tne Mosaic worlds,man, any longer honor of both not bo banished .arts. The term "blue" was an from this noblo temple In which he diligently, learnedly atid sacredly ex Anther nnnliAfl in pounded the divine oracles for so many years; and they have willingly and m given iu au uiusc mat regaraea gratuitously caused this shrine to bo with disfavor the licentiousness of erected, in tho year of our recovered the times. It was therefore natural salvation, 1855." Those who subscribed to the chapel that this term of reproach should 53 years ago have, almost all ot them, find its way to the colonists on this descendants bearing the same names who are living in and about strip nf IVi Aflanfir nn1 ctim.lrt K Doston. Theso people It Is, no doubt, unwicu iiul Liiiv iu uciauus qui aiso who will gladly respond to the re quest of the English mayor. For tho ttnerri with fh'niril nf Pitr!lnn!erri contributors then were, in the ma Jority of cases, either descendants of John Cotton, or husbands of wives so If one feels dull and spirtless. in descended. Tho good feeling between the two ; the spring or early summer, they call it "Spring Fever." But there Dostons, which was cemented by ; tL T. i r. u r a ..- i . ......it.. ii ii.i urn i v .ii i i i i these generous gifts toward the Cotiu enect ot nur winter hnhifs. "h ton chapel, seems to date from the nerves are mostiv at fault. Tired. reopening of tho church, two years earlier, for which occasion several Boston (U. S. A.) gentlemen wero In vltcd to England, at least four ot A J B Tl. PL. linn whom were able to be present Will. ..V.UIULDL dUUlULClV .111.1 In Boston's public library may be OUlcklv chance all of these denress- found a curious little sheet whlcb ing symptoms. The Restorative of gives an account of the exer'2-; course won't bring you back to full cises. In print so poor and so small health in a day or two, but it will do as to nearly ruin the eyes are thess enough in 48 hours to satisfy you recorded speeches of the day. On. that the remedy is reaching that of these, made by Col. T. D "tired spot.'' Druggists everywhere Lawrence of Doston, expressed re are advising its use as a splendid gret that "the domestic Institu ana prompt general tonic. It gives tions of the states of the south" am Jaded and cloyed with tha itrugicle Aht A mudturtle creeps up tha pathway being warmly debated in more vim and more spirit to the were In For a jo at his turtle paee. the English drawing rooms of that And tha fetid den of alaves. my heart la spoonful than any other known nerve time. "Mr. Somerby, Mr. for the wood See him hide In hi ahell when the bareClarke and ,. land i?l. r. . pcua foot. - vwu.u(uuwuai vuiiiw. Where tha nuUInc river lavea. Mr. Phillips" were others from Dos 1. audi With a whoop,, meets him face to facel failing appetite, aids digestion, ton present on that occasion I am sick for tha tide of the grasses, Kor the peace of the aouKhlne' elm. rees sluggish livers and kidneys. And the swimming- hole, deep In the Perhaps the most distinguished For the Joya of a cruise In the clover, ... bayou. T.". noortngs new life, strength and American that ever visited sl no. .wi a unn Trim- mi unmunnea . .neimi. Is with a COOlnff strain . 3n mhWinn . Hni. ' n t .1 I l.l.LI. TI .... t. ...ui ut( u B" U J (111 UUWU M..w 0,6 bor " ' calm and calling- f " a. w. a. 1. IT Ah! My heart. In the depth of tho valleys T" Atty-at-La- 0. Spradun, "4(taJM Porcel- Union City, lenn. ' I COTTON & ADAMS . ,i:uj:. e to-da- y 1 -- - 111- -- V. VM V. 1 abroad out of pure desire to see tb When a man makes the air blue place. He printed In the Atlantic Monthly of January, 18C2, the result nil iiiinna v crnnn ronrrt c hAitniea i of his pilgrimage. IS On D tn - nrnnl mm AhAWAaM In the right-hanaisle of the church 1 "" anC,ent Chapel," this pll there ,B f tWQthinPS- wrnnirr..,. ,nc.in,. -I O "IS""lm IViAr. rroa M.kl.L va w MMM &mww iuu uiuu ui uui viDiL w ua iu procusS 01 aft O- J " I " VIII th,dL UU LU L11C OLdUUllllii he L'ourier sells I gasoline the kind i mlli iia IL. Where the pulsing billow Uveal songs, While the kingfisher shrieks with eln. And the skater bug skip on the. billows I wpuld go to the elm and the elover wnue en rout to a far off sea. And forget all the woes I feelI would sink Into rest In the yrnasesi Pee the cardinal flash In the buahea All at the spring I'd kneel. And the tanlger Hit on high. 1 5J!',i??,ed nd tloye wl,h ,he "truggle. Prom a monarch dethroned by the light lusts and tho Ire of mea'i V hw vw WD UCUlLaLUU LU mui ning, I would like to go back to the couatry. " ." """ "P'0 Hear the r6dhad vent hla cry' To the land that IfE made, agalnt ," no luu tuuuucr ui mi r nmnri luudiuci Is as glad aa tha world that la bursUmr 1 m Jade-- and weary of strlvlnr Wlth the joy ot a Nature sonr. "d dt" of slaves 'P And the thrushes are trilling their love i wouiu yieia to me call of the river Where the rivulet sines along-- , To cooling depths agalol " - ,u"u Gum, Aih, Oiik and for a year or two, hut the Rutlcra catch basins and culvorla must bt SIMpIc(SS? koiit clran. tha woods along; tho road bj , sides cut or. preferably, pulled out Flooring celling tho roats. and tho small million in tut shmildfr nnd on tho slopes filled bo fnrn ttiev liccotni) too Inrno. 4 u flmime mi your I1 II. It Is nulto tKiaslblo, particularly Ii thn rnnd was built In the fall (if Hit 4 McMtrrray Bros., - Hickman year and trap rock was tiacd, tha loose stones will appear on the siirfac VVfTWTVVVmTTTmTTVm" road Ii tho first spring after Ui opened to travel. These need no' To stop any pain, nnywheres in nlarm the road official. They shoulc ho picked up and stacked for futun 20 minutes, simply take Just one of 1 Ablets. use J'inK 1'ain it is astonisninK now a iow mr. bnoop'S loose stones on tho surface of a uiao Pain meant congestion blood pres- adam road IH have the appearanct jure that it all. Dr. Shoop'i of a Kroat number, so that tho unln Headache or Pink Pain Tablets formed always think, and frequcntlj will quickly coax blood pressure stale, that tho road Is RoInK to pieces pain centers. Alter It Is a fact that often such stones wll away from it gone. Headache, disappear Into tho niaoadam after Uu that pain Neuralgia, painful periods with wofirst rain. etc. get inatant help. 20 will becomt men Of course tho macadam Nc Tablett 25c. Sold by all dealers. worn In time and need repair. one can stnta accurately how much til the macadam surface will wear off Ii Thank God, tome of ui have, and a given time. The dictum, heard t others have had, an often, that the macadam will f Inch In a year's use Ii mother. Not a woman of the perdown a fallacy. The lepRth of life of i iod, enameled and painted, with her properly built macadam road dependi eaierlully upon tho volume and kind great chiznon, her curls and buttle, nf traffic oTi'f It, tho quality of thi vhose white jeweled fingers have stone of which It Is composed, and felt the clatp of baby fingers, Its peculiar fllnens to resist the wrai never but a dear, old faihloncd tweet-volc-e- d to which It la subjected, and also upon the climatic conditions of the locality mother, with eyet in which the A certain Massachusetts road built love light thone, and brown hair of an excellent quality of trap rock is the best manner nredud resurfaclni threaded with silver, smooth upon within two years aftr It was com her faded cheek. Thote dear hands pleted. Tho road was a portion ol worn with toil gently guided our a main thoroughfare Just outside ol one of the larcest cities In the state tottering stept in childhood and In addition to the usual heavy traffli smoothed our pillow in ticknett; to w. ih such a road must be sob even reaching out to ut in yearning JeeUd, It was used constantly by drayi loaded wltb the products of eoveral tenderness, when bcr sweet spirit mills. There arc-- many tulles of statt was baptised in tbe pearly spray of the river. Blessed is the name of an old fashioned mother. It floatt to Us now like the beautiful perfume of tome woodland blossom. Tne of other blotimi may be lost, but tbe entrancing memory of hecs wid echo in our toult forever. Other placet will fado away and be mi 1 f ii forgotton, but hcrt will thine on until the light from heaven's portals Standard Road Section. glorify our own. When in the roads In Massachusetts built of broke thall of busy life our feet nviu stones ami in uso for tea or fitful pause twelve years on which little or no wander back to the ol 1 threshold, surface repairs hare been needed. tha first cage mentioned It was prob- standing once more in the low, quaint ably a mistake to have used tho mac room, as hallowed by her presence, adam typo of surfacing. Vltxlried pav how the feeling of childish Ink-- brick, or possibly blocks of rtsji innocence and dependence comet Ite or ome other hard material, would have moro nearly suited the over ut, and we kneel down in the coudlUons. In th latter caae tho field sunshine streaming through the wesstones have served their purpose ad rairaniy. though some of the road tern window jutt where, long years oould and probably would have been ago, we knelt by our mother't knee, built of gravel had that material been lisping "Our Father.1' How many obtainable at a reasonablo cost. when tbe tempter lurrd ut on It was formerly hold that tho mac timet adam surface should bo restored an hat the memory of those sacred nually to Its original thickness. Doubt hours, that mother't words, her .i praguce was excellent, 10 faith " and prayers, saved ut from far as the condition of the roads was concerned, but such annual restoration tin. Yeart have filled great drifts Is costly. The prcsant practice la to over oetween her and us, but they kep the surface always smooth, to have not bidden from our, sight the nit any small holes or Incident rut which may appear, but to do no re glory of her pure, unselfish love. surfacing; until the stonei bare worn down at least to tho lower stratum of J. G English and family have re the macadam. Teo often the resurfao- turned to their home in Chattanooga, wb is Oelajrcd loncor than economi Tenn., after a month's visit to Mrs. cai considerations will justify. Hy tbe time the upper course has English's mother, Mrs. C. P. Mc- ooen worn through tbe road Is usual Clellan, at Cayce. Mr. English it ly more .or loss out of shape. As beemployed at accountant In the gener fore stated, most of tho wear la uie miamo or the road. The sides tend al offices of the Southern Express to build up as the center wears down. Company at Chattanooga. When the road Is In this condition It should be resurfaced with the best The Kentucky delegation to the stono wnicn Is available It should not oe necessary to put on more than Republican National convention three Inchos in the center, and th. selected Judge A. R. Burnam for stono at tho sldos may bo spread as National committeeman after getting tniniy as is posilblo. Only a relatively small nart of thn dead-locke- d between Ernst and resurfacing cost It Included in n, Frank Fisher, annual cost per mile nbovo stated, but It Is bolloved that an expenditure of Deafness Cannot be Cured not exceeding 1200 nor mlln v... liy -- U....I I .... . mum uo .u. maximum amount neces local aupllcnlloiii. at tliey cannot wii! i illtviuutd sary to proviuo for both ordinary and reach the way portion of the nr. There la unly uiim loeurn ilenfndM. uml that uAiiuuruiniiry repairs. by nnco of a macadam road should Ih'B'i . It on tho dny tho road la complctr-datatomvnt Is not far frotr a senso this tho truth. It Is usually not nrcessar) to do much to tho mncadnm surfacf Macadam In Country. Somrono has said that tho mnintrn AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI if H7a i It wi one-hal- c ii s nr ' n, weeks Until lately it has been thought on both sides of the water that our Dos There is nothincr better for the ton owes its namo to the fact that John Cotton came here from a city so mtics man my No. 2 wheat. The Carlylo Is probcalled In England. Heart strength, or Heart Weafaieu. means nr. id rivi. i ii- - . . ably chiefly responsible for this mis- IHrenith, or nerr Wiaknfi nothloc more.Nerra Pot. a conception, for, in his book on Crom- - inveir. not onedweak heart inIt hiinifrml I. tn tt (lf. actually Itemed. It almott alwavi a Hickman merchants had a better W8,l be sald the lhln'' 80 strikingly hlddtD Unr little nerre that reallj It all at fault. This oUour nrr-t- he Cardiac, or Heart Nerre trade Saturday than for several that ono can scarcely fall to take It -- lnpl needt. and mutt have, more power, more stability, more controlling, more gorernlng as truth. n1 unn v..w - nr w.ijg Wllgiuw. ! Heart Strength The only trouble about "Square Deal Wire" is that it lasts too long. The Farmers Hardware Co., sells It FAFtM HINTS. independence auunymous terms. mid farm life are m past. Counting See the handsome & In Golf. line of suit cases and traveling bags at Bradley Parham's. lish way ot counting from one to tea was "one, two, three, four, Ave, tlx, d n, eight, d n, ten." A French caddie said that tho Eng ruui who lUMn tk M 1WUT " ttcunt list iu. tI koto air JOVIUIH d 4 VHOll THH. I cial-A'ppe- al 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 $1.00. If you get a sample copy of the Courier, it is an invitation to subscribe. The Courier and Commer- a year for $1.25. Elm Camp No. 3, W. O. W., will unveil and dedicate a monument to the memory of Sovereign A. T. strenrtb. Without that the Heart mtut continue Lynch, at Brownsville next Sunday, to fall, and the stomach and kidneys alto bar that tam controlling nerves. All Woodmen are urged to be pres. This clearlr exclaim whr. as a miMn. n. Shoop'i Httortl hat in the patt done to much ent. All nearby camps are invited lor weak and ailing Heart. Dr. ehoop Ont sought the cauta of all thla nalnful. nalnliAtlni, .npr.t- - to be present, lag heart dlttrets. Dr. Shoop's KettoraUre thU especially Antioch. ponular pratcrlpWon It alone directed to the weak and watting nerve center. It lOtrengthans : It offers real, genuine heart bulldti help. Old man, look at those trousers If rou would have strong Hearts, strong dL strengthen the narve you have Sutloa. needed, with at the knee, ain't they? Take 'em to Case, the tailor, and have 'em pressed. They'll look like a new pair. Visit other successful datrvmnn -- n,i gather up sach bits of knowledge as mny bo obtalnsd. If you find It hard work tn silage, use a sllaKo fork madeh.ni.espeM H II v fn itiA. (Irass nnd weeds In the young orchard make a lino nesting; pUce for the mire In the winter. The kII continues to crow In i. luilty. It's the snatest adjunct of modern ihilrylnjr yet discovered. tea. It cnuted by an Inflamed cemlltloo er tha mui-ou- t lining ol the Kuttaohlim Tube. When this tube Is liirtnmt-t- l you hawa rumbling win ml or liuporfoct hearing) and whentt liuiitlriily cloted. Deafness It the result, nnd unlo.t tbe IntUimiitloii run be tuken out ami this tube retlureil to lit normal romlltloii, hearing will Uulenlioy eil forever; nine ca out ol ten are ciiUMtt' by Ontitrrh, which It nollilnlmt nil IliDiilii. wl condition of the iiiucout surfaces. We will ulveOnu llundreU Dollar for any by catarrh) that cine of Iieitf nii cannot be cured by UnllV Catarrh Curo Mend for circulars fr.e. K.JjUIIKN'KV A (JO, Toledo, O, Hold by Druggists, 71. Take Hall's Kuiully 1'llls Mr eoii.tlpatlou U Restorative "ALL DEALERS" Dr. Shoop's Ancient lome. Is now merely ft memory of tlitrm,t urd'sHiKiw Liniment I. tl u Yi hut !i. muiit of tho Uuntltitli century mlly ll A iiukitivH rr.f uii u. i. riVn.v, -" " l. I'lUIMl." Pi r Alii wr'i?iS:'''i f' " " ll.""'0"' ' " Htaiilierl say Watch for the blue mark on ih of your paper. It means that it will stop if you don't net L. A. Brock for Sewing machines. busy, . liiin't ?r iff Ate'S?"1 "f" t0f8. a t L. A. Brock sells the best sewing machine on the market. uutthedaaollueat UourlurOmce 9 get a Thinking Nov its fried chicken. Gel ready for the 4th. Order the Courier today. Nine days 'til the 4th. 95 "in the shade" Monday. "Holy City at Theatorium. Let Case, the tailor, press that Watermelons are coming in. suit. Tailor shop over Rice's store. lide of Geo. Alley was here from Fulton, L. A. Brock for Sewing machines. 1, too. Saturday. Candy and cigars Williams' res 25c gets a good meal at Williams' taurant. restaurant, Mrs. C. II. Bruer is reported quite Farmers are having their innin- gsick this week. good weather at last. nrnrnnmrnn Krisp Cakes and Crackers Get the habit of trading at Bet- at C. H. Moore s. I make all kinds of alterations on icrswortn a miners. Need a sewing machine? See L. clothing. Case, the tailor. A. Brock, at Rices Store. In West Pure Canadian Sap Maple Syrup right thigh C. II. Moore, Tel. No. 4. Mrs. Percy Jones spent Friday mi mmm wmhc k, by a Goalder Johnson and Jas. Roney afternoon in Woodland Mills. DeBow. made a business trip to Fulton Fri Anchor Buggies lor popular peoij3bt."w bw' le with a day. ple at popular prices. Farmers said to Hardware Lo, Miss Estelle Reneau went to Fulton before he Case, the tailor, makes a special Friday to be the guest of friends for vest part ty of cleaning and pressing ladies' several days. near the Try Threlkeld's Eating House skirts. Prices right. started next time. If you are hungry you Wheat harvest is over, and our r squad will be taken care of. farmers are well pleased with the that All .kinds of repairs for sewing yield and quality of the cereal. of the machines. See Brock, Singer MaWatch for the blue mark on the when the chine agent, at Rice's store. corner of your paper. It msans effect in Electric fans, ice cold drinks, re that It will stop if you don't net gular or short order meals at Wil- busy, by the The Mississippi State Democratic Walter Mmm fired the liams' place. Give it a trial. f Convention, held Wednesday, inDon't fail to see the "Holy City" Ifcaili ttoam'flJkw did It. structed its delegates to vote for W. at the Theatorium. Thursday, J. Bryan for President. call, Friday and Saturday nights only. The closed season of the squirrel Marshal Dillon is getting some of from a the West Hickman streets up in law expired Monday and sportsmen wrsam good repair. Keep the good work are now at liberty to kill them until MVUtW, the first of next February. not yet going. I did not The Tennessee State Democratic Gold beaten out into a leaf 1,200,- IMrif,Mdta!ft in jail Convention instructed for Bryan for 000 of an inch in thickness becomes President and Johnson for Vice- - translucent, and the light rays pen fSwld to be President. 'few, etrating it gives it a greenish hue. John Meacham will leave Satur E. C. Johnson, operator for the N. day for Scooba, Miss:, to spend a C. A St. L. at this point, left Saturt. week or two with his parents, Mr. day for Chattanooga and other sWe Mrs. D. 0. Meacham. points in Tennessee for a weeks va and the If you get a sample copy of the cation. reafter. Courier, it is an invitation to sub Miss Lena Banner, of Ennis Texas, for scribe. The Courier and Commer s expected to arrive in Hickman a year for $1.25. next Saturday to visit her old schoolOld man, look at those trousers mate, Mrs. W. A. Johnston, for a hear him you have on bagging at the knee, KM few days. ain't they? Take 'em to Case, the One of the most elaborate scenes bjMta U puttily chosen. tailor, and have 'em pressed. ever put on canvass is the "Holy ' IM MMNWluesuons, They'll look like a new pair. City," which can be seen at the M tto Tim tpFilroads, Do everything well, make that the uanicing rule of your life, and live up to it, Theatorium, this week only. Popu lar prices. e Tariff, and you will find it most conductive Senators. to your own happiness and to the For cuts, sprains, bruises burns. rheumatic and all other pains, use ms lyce- happiness of those with whom you McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Republic" are biought into contact. First sold in 1825, still the same ef When a man makes the air blue fective remedy in 1908. Good for its of ex- man or beast. 25c, 50c and $1 00. ith Sunday school words because on "The The United States Government wont run, there is one is Mrs. his gas engine k Nf iMsWf' of two things wrong his engine is has consented to build a mile of iMt- her distin- he has gasoline model road between Eminence and s and one either out of fix or that vont test up to the standard. Shelbyville for the purpose of demon:k to hear. sells gasoline the kind strating to the farmers of that vicinihappens to The Courier that will stand the test. If its our ty the fundamental principles of here else This favor on the fix the engine. is i Bryan kind you are using part of the Government was obtained from ten of "Uncle Joe" Noonon, Fulton through the efforts of sundry LouisLThomas A. county's popular jailer, says that ville citizens, who are interested in graph. It the Hickman Courier is better now good roads as a general proposition, his home than it has been during the 40 years and also in automohile touring. the Edison he has read it. It makes us feel g a trip good to have such words from a man like "Uncle Joe." If he didn't in as mas-re- think it, he wouldn't say it. What From every town needs is more men like ads of the him men who can give their fel- Records lowmen a kindly word along life's p Bros, are journey men who can see more of Got yours yet? store to the doughnut and less of the hole. audiences, If one feels dull and spirtless, in about as the spring or early summer, they callit "Spring Fever." But there i Bryan. is no fever usually. It is the after effect of our winter habits. The nerves are mostly at fault. Tired, worn-ou- t nerves leaves us languid, lifeless, and without spirit or ambl tion. A few doses of Dr. Shoop'i Restorative will absolutely and ouicklv chancre all of these deoress The Restorative of ing symptoms. courst won't bring you back to full L There's health in a day or two, but it will do scoroh- - enough in 48 hours to satisfy you tlwn our that the remedy is reaching that "tired spot.'' Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid DAS and prompt general tonic. It gives more vim and more spirit to the kl nnn fid spoonful than any other known nerve ... or constitutional tonic. It sharpens a failing appetite, aids digestion, iem. , t.l. II....-.I,..- !... and up, at and brings new life, strength and ambition. Test it a few days and rate They Must Go! We didn't reduce the price on our entire stock just for the fun of the thing, but made sweeping reductions to move them. We need the room. Several have gone this week, but we still have a big line to select from. E-v- . iy A ill WE mpofSthe wmm $35 ana up 'fe If you are thinking of buying a buggy This is Your Opportunity ! to-da- y, I felCKMAN Ebenezer. Hot and dry. Mrs. Harriet Burns and Mrs. H. Milner were in Union City, Satur day. Al Irvin and family spent Satur day night with Edgar Campbell and family. Randolf Irvin and Miss Lottie Isbell attended Sunday school here last Sunday. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Isbell last Saturday night and left a fine boy. Mrs. General Ingram has returned to her home near Jordan, after a visit with Mrs. John Isbell. It Is said that "Hi" Ammons, the chicken man, will make the race for magistrate in this district. We wish him success. Farmers are through cutting wheat and threshers are getting ready to start. The wheat crop is good here this year. John Isbell says he will make JU bushels to the acre. He is one of the leading farmers of this community. HARDWARE CUjnE lKliHiWoall, cial-Appe- al gllllllllMweisand Wonderful Invention Ever see it? ill Needles, Shuttles end Dobbin foi use In All Moke3 of Sewing Machine. road-makin- g. This machine will produce a needle or a bobbin to fit any machine made. SEE IT! Remember we carry a splendid line of furniture and sell at right prices. Also have a well equipped undertaking department. W. P. MONTGOMERY. An Old Story. As the result of bad blood engendered by a hotly contested Republican primary held Saturday, in Breathitt County, John P. Turner shot and killed a young man named Arrowwood at Canoe, ten miles from Jackson. In Terry precinct, after sixty oallots had been cast, a gener al fight ensued, the poll books and the remaining ballots were destroyed and the election in that precinct ended , d. KODAK kr $1.00 , i&on be convinced, Helm & Ellison s Money to Loan. I can make farm loans in Fulton will nee thnt Ucr tmbr la properly cared (or totlu tlil a vootl purimtlveln necenMiry S 3 per Mirny buhles miler (rum worms niul tlielr county, Ky,, at the rate of niotlicm don't know It 1( your lby la cent per annum on first class improvand doeaiit ileou nt nlirlill. It la troubled with worms. Whlle'a Ortuin ed farming lands. Not more than erimruue will cletinoui ineau worm in of a farm will mild pIVHWint wny. Once trledulwaya lined, half the cash value (live It ft trial. Price cent. be loaned. Loans made for five Sold by UowhIIW Drug Ktoro I no., A. Helm years with privilege to borrower of A KIIImiii. paying same after two years in full On the charge of trespassing upon or making any size partial payment the public highways, County Attor- desired at intervals of six mcnths after the expiration of two years ney W. B. Reeder, of Benton Couu-t- from date of loan. will swear out 1,460 warrants Union O. Spradlin, against the Cumberland Telephone City, Tenn. He claims that the comcompany. Goes Back to State. pany has no authority to use the roads in Marshall county and that In an opinion by Judge Lassing, every day a pole stands on the the Court of Appeals holds that some highway constitutes a separate 300,000 acres of land in Pike, LesHe cannot go back further lie, Perry and other mountain counthan a year, The penalty In each ties are forfeited to the Commoncase is $10 and the costs. wealth for failure to list for taxation. The cases at the bar affirmed C. D. Roe, candidate for assessor are Eastern Kentucky Coal Lands from the Brownsville neighborhood Corporation and G. B. Gill against The case of left for Fulton Saturday to meet the the Commonweath. dear voters" of the east end, of the J, C. Troyman was revesed for a new trial. county, A Happy Mother li y, 49-4- p Atty-at-La- Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county taxes for the year 1908 are now due, and you can save extray cost by paying early. You can find either myself or deputy, Goalder Johnson, at our office at Hickman or City National bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. The Courier and the weekly rcial-Appeal Comme- one year for $1,25. I BEST WORKERS Af'.B SPANIARDS Their Wonderful Capacity for Labor on sunt dim. FAMILIAR PHRASi. THE HORRORS OF ECZEMA. Han ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nnil Gossip Nckcd Up Ilera and There In Washington. ,k3 Hours in House Jovial Scenes Mark Last untouched, and seemed to be to rest willing that this harmless species o. disorder should prevail, while ho .imMi imnlsnnntly on tho Joyful throng. Tho singers wcro lod by Rep i or, resentative Dwlght, of isow who boro aloft a hugo portrait of Mr. t- - U." S Tho comradeship WASHINGTON. the members of tho houso of roprcsentntlves togothor, regardless of party politics and was never better Illustrated than In tho closing hours of tho first session of tho Sixtieth congress. Democrat and Republican, northerner and and southerner, Roosevelt admirer Bryan follower, all Joined arms and spirits, and with fervor celebrated tho passing of tho session and forgot all tho strife that had marked its half year. "It was tho most riotous and enthusiastic adjournment I havo ever seen," aald Gen. J. Warren Klefer, who was a member of the Fortieth congress, and has seen many finales. After. a day of patient waiting until the senate conquered the filibuster, the houso was ready to celebrate as soon as tho remaining business of the session was transacted. With the report on tho government hill n creed to. a surging, sing came ing mass of representatives from tho lobby Into the center isle, and gaining In numbers as they went on centered about the speaker's table. Although It was a little after nine o'clock, "Uncle Joo" allowed uis gav-- i poll-clocon-foren- " n.nnnn Willi WQ lr songs and tho applauso of both the floor and galleries. TlnTilnrl Mm ramo tho sedato Thco- E. Burton, tho Irrepresslblo doro Adam Rede, tho Irreconcllauio ucmo- Ifodln- - -- mlllr..- Col. "Peto" HODburn, Gen. Klefer, waving a gigantic flag and singing more lustily man ino vnnnfor tnnn. Anil, well ud In tho procession, tho crstwhllo belligerent Representative Fowler of Now Jersey. o It was a song composed by Rcprescnt-nivMoore, of Philadel i Hnmnton phia, and sung to tho tune of 'Tramp, Tramn. Tramp." nror thn none- had been finished there wcro cries from all parts of the chamber for a speech from tno spca r Mr. Cannon responded briefly, whn Mr. Cnnnon finished his speech the members Immediately began with "He's a Jolly Good Fellow," and ran their repertory from "My Old Kentucky Home." to "The Old Oaken varla-tlonBucket" In various keys nnd Sharp Williams contrlb-.....- .. John n miimiia tccor. Champ Clark a nasal barytone, On. Bingham, tho veteran of congress, mumuiea a bass, while tho chorus made up In lustiness what It may have Jacked In concerted effort nnC technique. - thC OOJCCt 01 WO s. Real Reason Why LaFollette Failed as hosts to I TTV III irst I real manner In which the La filibuster on the currency bill was lost furnishes one of tho most amusing series of Incidents In the history of congress. The failure Is duo In a great mcasuro to Senators Scott and Carter, who modestly admit that they are tho champion entertainers of the country-Senato- r Stone of Missouri "has been shown," but has not yet given expert testimony on the subject of their claims. Several dispensers of refreshments declare that Carter and Scott know how to buy. They eulogize the princely spending powers of the two senators and will cheerfully give them letters of recommendation. THE Carter and Scott acted Senator Stone and done their duty nobly. Mr, Stone had been delegatqd to aid Senator La Foliette in nis against the currency bill, but when tho tlmo came for him to act he was not present. Neither was the presence of Carter or Scott noticed on thft floor of the senate. Several dispensers of "glad water" say they know where tho trio spent tho greater part of the day Senator Gore lost the filibuster bo- cause of his blindness. Somo time be- fnrA hi concluded Mr. Stone slipped Into a chair beside him and said ho was ready to take hold at any tlmo. Mr. Gore said: "All right," and be lieved Mr. Stono was present when he sat down. Instead, Mr. Stono 'was taking a snooze In the Democratic cloakroom. Jnff Davis was also absent from the senate. He had left Little Rock de termined to savo the country, but got lost somewhere on the route er a lav einWtrottor said t( a New York Press wrllort "I nhoult llko to recommend tho employment ol in ,n rr thn Panama canal Tho rest of tho world docs not seen to reallto tho wondorful capacity -i vnrii tmBsrsiiPil hv tho AndaNslana Why, I havo seen In tho castlo of Solo mon copper mlno men doing un hardest sort of lnbor for full 12 houn a .inv ntiii knock off as happy as i lark, ready for a fight or a frolic auMBry ira ready to go mad at "He paused for a moment's reflect- their hand, of a guitar, ready to beat soro keeping staccato time to th lion.' Cadis cachuca. INVALID'S SAD PLIGHT. .., Ami what has his ration consisted bread dlnccd In I After Inflsmmatory Rheumatism, Hair cow's horn of oil and another ol Came Out, Skfn Peeled, and Bed vinegar, spiced up with hot green pep Sores Developed Only Cull-cur- a tint in riin ami salt. In summer hit Proved Successful. food consists of a section of pin molon. "About four ycara ago I had a very 'Hnw mnnv million pounds or meat invcre attack of Inflammatory rheumaai.innn.t tn Panama slnci tism. My skin pooled, nnd tho high i IU11U Knnn p...,'!-- .. tho digging beganT The Andaluslao lover played havoc with my hair, knows not tho hunger ror meat, uc which camo out In uunenca. i aiso novcr 111. Tho doctors at tno uinraui hi! three larco bed sores on my back havo their hands full all tho tlmo try I did not gain very rapidly, and my Ing to euro disease directly duo tc appetlto was very poor. 1 tried many meat suro cures' but they wcro of lltUa "iioro la a common Spaniard wnc hulp, and until I tried Cutlcura Recould pull n bull down by tho horna solvent I had had no real relief. Then drive his knife tiirougn a inrc-...e- u my comploxlon cleared and aoon I felt plank, nourishing his 'robur and heitor. Tho bod sores wont very soon stamina on a sllco or meion urouaui attor a few applications of Cutlcura from that moist province whero tht Ointment, and when I used Cutl mocking proverb says, 'The trees are cura Soap and Ointment for my bair rrnss. the eartn wator. mo men uw It began to regain Its former glossy en and the women nothing.' Mrs. Lavlna J. Henderson, YPBtcnlav I witnessed in one oi 138 Broad St, Stamford, Conn., March your soml fashlonable resorts a New 6 and 12. 1907." Yorker doublo up and pack on his for for ono calm mouthful about fout Time Is said to bo money, but It Is cubic Inches of red roast beef. It wai more, much moro; It Is llfo. Lord not a pleasant sight I compared thi Avobury. man's food capacity with that of peo ple who had achieved. "Tho Arab on his nco oiei ahrlnktnc world. The Roman soV dler on his sour wine and vlnegat broad mapped out Europo with hli roads. Ono of our great generals. Francis Marlon, tho swamp fox, kept hia forces in ncrfcct pnyaicai conm tlon by a dally Blp of vinegar. Oil tnmi fnr tho most cthoreal fat you can feed the stomach flame with and vinegar for tho destroyer of thirst and purifier of the blood." i- rr tno-uisw- ni Itch! Itch! Itehl Scratch I Berates! Scratch! Ucacma Is maddening. Your skin Is on fire, and tho moro you scratch tho more Intense becomes the agony of It. Stop scratching! It will nover rellove you It cannot euro you i nniv maVna thlnea worse. Wheth er you, your child or a member of your family la suncring .imiinwnm or any skin disease apply MTTELIS LIQUID. SULPHUIV at once. Htopa Itching Instantly and Is a guaranteed cure for any and all skin diseases. for a Jarga sample Send 10c bottle sent postpaid to any address. Rhuma-Sulphu- r Company, 47 No. 2nd St, St. Louis, Mo. to-da-y New Chart Corrects Errors. Tho great practical utility of the magnetic survey made In tho Pacific ocean by tho yacht Galileo since 190S ts shown by a new magnetic chart, from which It appears that tho charts previously used by navigators In the pacific ocean were erroneous along routes to tha somo of from three to five degrees, ami tho errors at times wera ayste- matlc. Errors of this magnitude ara of importance In practical navlratlon nhnra the Indications or tno compass should ba as accurate as possible. much-traverseex-ii.- This Beautiful Pastel Free In aelsra, fnrllmlWd llmt Onlf, with pound ark(t MulTtam" Horai. Clivlsal plcU r. 4 a 17 Inebia. If j.ur d?.,r nt top of f, :4 kaan'l la plclur 1 pke with oatrr'a nam Mnk-Tfam- " mta. LOO AQEHT8 WAN TI D plan. Writ for Pacific Coatt Boras Co., New York. AL muntj-makln- llorai rrtrlra anA 4 Tha Great Essential. numlev's Just back from a trip after trout, and ho says It was tho most dismal failure tie aver expe rienced." What elta would TOU expect of hlmT He couldn't make a fishing trip a success because he has absolutely no Imagination." Philadelphia Fresa. Cures Nervousness, out. Whthr tired aulrta worrid. atrcpleia or and refrralua brain not. what ........ It 1 iiMi.i.i .ml tilMA.ant to utar alia Xc anJ take. Trial bottU lOo-- rrf HirW.' TOILET ANTISEPTIC Keep the breath, teeth, mouth an J hoij aatitertleallr elaaa ind Irte from uo and dUaf ratable odort, healthy erra-W- e whleh water, soap aad tooth prtpintloM aiene caanoi no. n. germleldal. dlsla Metlnl and daodor iilo toilet rtqulilte Cinualna 1 wq ai arugaui. el axeeplioaal ca aallaaca aaJ MM oiar. Invaluable tor InSamcd artf, throat aad natal and nlorinc catarrh. At drus WOMAN'S Manv a woman attends a dramatic school so that sho will know how to act In court If sho Is over called upon to play tho leading role la a divorce by mall poitpeld. tortt, and toilet 50 eente, or aiiUTT- - LvttTiWSMpk .u Mij..itu aaa loemiai itn cue. THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Bitci.Min, BACKACHE The Whole Family claaaca, Fatter, MotWr, SUtc, Brother-- all icet and aexct ire benefked by tn4 ENJOY James Bryce a New Style Ambassador qualntcd with so Important a portion of tho national machinery, and ne toon tho easiest means at hand and canea first. Manv of tho governors found tlmo. to return tho visit Others could tint hut hev all met James Bryce and tnnk his ineasuro lust as ho took theirs. Mr. Bryce entertained Bryan, John Mitchell, Andrew Carnegie ana many of tho governors at dinner. It nnv man on this continent will know what this meeting of tho governors meant. It will bo the publicist irora Oreat Britain. Ho Intends to write of It also, and it Is comfortable to realize that ho has obtained all his data at first hand and from reliable sources, Mr Ttrvofl linn been a revelation to kind of the diplomatist usually assigned to tne Washlncton mission. Ho has taken a high ground, and the pace ho has set Is not altogether pleasing to nis coi leagues. Many of the ambassadors now in this country would cling to tho old ways If they felt secure In so do ing. But Mr. Bryco has revolutionized tho service. The ambassadors cannot rtrnw the linn socially, even politically. They must get In tho limelight, make speeches, glvo interviews, mingio wjin the common herd, Bucn men as can not do this are being called homo, Great Thouoht of the Ancients. piMn" said Socrates, "you hava observed. I doubt not, that wo have two ears and two oyes. 'Now that you mention it, quoin Plato, "I have." "And but ono tongue." "Quito so." "Herein nature doth teach us that wo should hear and see twice as much as wo talk. Is It not so:"-- . nut. my master." objected Plato, hnvn two nostrils and only ono Must we therefore smell mouth. everything twlco before wo cat oncoT "Plato," Irritably rejoined secraics. 'anvbodv can mako a. flippant com ment that will knock tho Julco out of tho wisest saying a philosopherAt can . . pull off. I wisn you o cut u ouu On preparing the stuff for publication, thercroro, Plato jirudcntly cut out his flippant comment' Tli WardaiAaM TMUarilcl Jut u.timpU, bbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV aWVATtC and dejfdouj at anytWaf zm healthful WkolMOMt--ThiratM- iii Coi-DcHck- HM '. rMwer. Cm CTai Tim tvflr la thn rnalnnnrlnir of woman s organism, it quicKiy caua nttcntlon to troublo by aching. It tclL, with othor ftymptotns, such ns nnn-mi.TiM- g GET THE GENUINlv araj Is Ara bbbbbbbbbbbbJ - a linrwlnrllp. mini lit tllfl loins, weight In tho lower part of lnW tlinf. n wmnnn'n fnmlnilin organism needs immediate attention. In such cases tho ono suro remedy tvlttnli v mnvp9 Iho CA1LSO. THE man who comes after Jam6S to represent his Britannic majesty will have a hard role to fill. The mighty wall of reserve which a whole generation of Britishers had built around the mission to Washington has crumbled into nothing. Mr. Bryce moves on, foot and with the rmwil. He knows "moro people in Washington, New York and other large cities where he visits frequently ihan the majority of the natives. For a man past tho allotted age, 70 years, ho Is amazingly energetic. He nlbno of all the ambassadors and ministers stationed In Washing ton called on every one of tho governors. If strict etiquette wero obshould havo served, tho Kovernors called on him. But Mr. Bryco knew that these heads of tho various commonwealths camo to Washington on other business bent. He comprenena-ethat his part was to become ac Salt Is a Necessity. "Rnit la a most necessary article of scientist. food," says a "All races of mankind, either civilized or la a savago state, have the samo ro- gard for salt "In parts of Central Airlca tno regard salt as a luxury, and will willingly do much to obtain it to much do they like tho tasto of salt that tho ashes of the burnt veldt grass aro used to season their meat. Those ashes contain saltpetre, which Imparts tho covoted flavor to food. 'Animals, too. arc fond of salt In a wild stato they will Tuadlly go to a Hnrlnc tha water of which has bcon salted. Sportsmen know this, and use it as a bait "Salt exists In all parts of the body. So omnipresent Is It that even the tears tasto of It henco the 'salt, salt tears' of tho poet" well-knowna-tlv- and rentorea tho fuminmo orgnniara to a ncaitny, normal conuiuou 13 LYD1A SL PINKHAM'S o TAe VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Will Young, ol uoiumcia " I was troubled for alone tlmo with dreadful bacuaciicA ana a pain in ray siae, anu waa miacrnuio iu cicrj nujr. T Jiniwt until I nraa illnninripcil and thought I would vusver get welt I read what Lydla E. llnkham'a Vegetable Compouucl had dono for others and tn trv it - after tAklnir turea bottles I can truly say that I novcr felt to welt In my Ufa." T Mrs. Augustus Lyon,of East Earl, lixt Of Course It Is. Then Don'f Risk It's Life by Trying to Get Along Without mn onra baeuaehea. and 1,1 V,mA nn antvtltfl. Lvdta II Pink t.nma VfrAtaf.frt fimTwiuml cured mo and made mo feel like a now woman." rn cick WOMEN. nr.T thirty years Lydia E. For . a 1 link-ham- 's Where the President Buys His Coffee apurccla merchant way down off AOItOCEItY track of Pennsylvania avenue novy has tho pxcluslvo privilege of "furnishing coffco fnr tho head of thenatlon. and the way It happened was this: Ono day tho president was looking down from tho terrace of tho White Houso when n wagon drew up to some eatables. Across tho Bides, painted In gorgeous red, was tho legend: "We Host Our Own Coffee." Hie chief executive was tremendously Interested, and eyorybody In tho Wulto Kntmn at the iiartlcular juncturo was callod out on tho torraco to see how the grocerymeu of Washington wero following the cxaiica ruior in me mav ter of phonetic spelling. Not. satisfied with admiring the way the meicbant had of advertising his wiicathe president called up on the do-llv- 'nhono and expressed his elation. He told tho head or tne nrm to send un a couple of pounds of that coffee to seo If tho brand was as ex cellent as tho spelling. Of course tho merchant nut on his best touches and sent tho brownest and most fragrant Java and Mocha straightway to tno Whlto Houso. Tho boverago ready to servo was as flno as even tho ureal dent had anticipated, bo a permanent order to furnish ten pounds a ween was left with this fortunato firm But tho cream of tho Joke and ono which has not been explained to Mr. Hoosovolt was that tho painting of tho slirn was a mlstako the work of an old Gorman sign artist who was not nartlcular about tho way tho letters aro strung together. Tho merchant raised a groat commotion when tho wauon returned with "rost" consplcu ously on It, and It was to bo mturnod thn next day for ronalrs. Now this legend has been adopted a tho trado mark of tho firm, and very likely a miniature Whlto House may be Dalnt- ed on ono side, as the Britishers do when thoy havo the excluslvo custom of tho reigning familiea for tholr com modities. Force of Habit. Thero Is a certain westorn congress man whose boundless affability and s havo oc habitual casionally led him Into absurd mis takes. Ono day. during his last cam paign, ns bo stepped from tho train at tho station of his homo town alter nn nnluous two 'weeks of stumping his llttlo daughter and rushed up to hi ai and kissed mm. Tho congressman beamed upon her with n proud and tendor parental oyo. Positively cured by "Well, well! ' ho exclaimed, "II it these, Little Pill. my llttlo Alberta!" Thon hs CARTER'S Isn't i lurr aiao rciiT vim Is raaaaa ?ddod mochanlcnlly: "And how lire.fromI)iprl.Ia-- I IT'TI r father?" Success your dear old ! i alrla dlgttlounulToolIrtjrXatlnr. 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Thn InrcoBt bowldor in tho world Is I tba )kwtli. I'urtlf Vrgttabla. tn Virtnrla. Australia. The. nnme of Tberrtgulato "Tho Leviathan Hock" has. boon given SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. ' ,...( I mn ,..,1 l.nllr nun.on nlina I. 7 Gcnuino Must Bear If It does not exceed, u,uuq tons. Tins Signature rn.it rock may bo Ukoned to an lm- - CARTERS menso egg lying on Its eldo, tho part resting on mother earth being not moro than 30 yards square. Hundreds REFUSE SUISTITUTES. of persons could find shelter under it from a passing storm or the sun. I Fac-Siml- lo ua. Drulnti. Dad lT.lelatLtMoutli.Coat-- 1 l"Ini WWr Mayfield Medicine Manufacturing .Not Incoruoratod. Co. "w' AuctlonoeH-Qoln- More Art. QolnKl gl Free Our for Rheu Qone! matism, Bona Pam mnu tozmmm 11.)" m, Kluu-iilU- Dr. BOWEL TROUBLES TCKTHINO More. sir. If 8 yours. Qreat bargain. sir. The frame alono Is worth the ..- price nut .'lnnnlusnnr .rlnnlnir .i.r-r.n- the ntcv -.i ;.'-..-,- i luroj luu iruiuu nu nuai i rnunuu. lck-Mo-Uu. .' , y , core tba wont Bolulo Ulood lUlm (U. II, bun plat. twollto cmci l br putltjlnf tb Mood. mn.clM Thouuadi of c e cuid bjr 11. B. II. (lr ctb.r lratiniiili Ii!tJ. I'rlea Ji.oq ptr Urta tollla at drug ttoica. with coioplt -, ior uuon ui.iui.m. Ulooi lilw Co.. AtlpU, Ca. IUIKCligill 11 at oure. It la NTr faUa lo rellT (aailly ductura. tha f arorll t Molhtra t!ja beat narsra asd II Utd urga their (rlcuda lu glra II loCblldrcn fori Bikers Huckleberry l)lr.bo, e. .... ... Craoipa. iru KguBlomach, and Hiiwel Alliornta. Voa can drwad ou ll lwu t Dr. UlKrIiirkUbirf Cordial. J aud W cut nr br wiill. Oltvulara irra. atl;nwAMiKK CV"J.a STOMAUUrACUK.IN TlwU txkloh Koia. feag.tfrm.-tM- . t; . . ...... I IGKED UNDER CHILD d ONE WOMAN'S ENDURANCE. HOT ONIONS FOR PNEUMONIA. SOUNDS FAMILIAR. 'FLYER ESCAPES UNHURT r Seuthsrn Woman Suffers Without Complaint. Torture Bread Disease Robbed ef Its Terrors b) Simple Remedy.' Owlna; to the prevalence) of pneumonia and the great mortality which attends Its ravages during tbe winter and spring, several boards of health In northern Now Jersey havo been taking measures to protect the citizens of their towns from the disease. Tbe health board of Washington, N. J., has published & remedy which' Is said to be a sure euro for pneumonia, and other health boards are looking, into '. tho matter' with a view of having the "The End of a Long Life." same thing published for tho good of tho general public. This is the pub"It Finds the Spot." lication as It has appeared in tho paTho Oil wo struck Is tho Oil that pers of Washington: lias stuck whllo others havo passed "Take six or ten onions, according away, simply becauso it cures your to size, and chop fine, put In a largo Pains, Aches, Bruises, Sprains', Cuts spider over a hot flro, then add the and Burns qulcher than any other samo quantity of rye meal and vine- known remedy. Hunt's Lightning Oil. gar enough to form a thick paste. In It's flno for Chlgger bites also. tho meanwhile stir it thoroughly, lotting It simmer flvo or ten minutes. Art In the 8oup. Then put In a cotton bag largo enough Tho artist's wlfo leaned over and to cover tho lungs and apply to chest looked at her husband's soup after sho as hot as patient can bear. In about had handed It to him. ten minutes apply another, and thus "Oh," sho cried, "look at tho scroll contlnuo by reheating tho poultices, tho fat has made In your soup. Isn't and In n few hours tho patient will bo It artistic? Don't cat It. It Is so out of danger. This slmplo remedy beautiful." n has never failed to euro this Try Murine Eye Remedy fatal malady. Usually threo or four applications will bo sufficient, but con- For Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes. Murine Docen't Smart Soothes Eye 1'aln. tinue always until tho perspiration AH Drupeists Sell Murine at SOcts, The 48 starts freely from tho chest. This rem- Page liook In each l'lcg. Is worth Dollars edy was formulated many years ago in every home. Read It. We will Mail all Eye by ono of tho best physicians New our your Books Free Write us Dnipgtit. England has over known, wbo never Ak Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. n patient by tho disease, and won lost his renown by simple remedies." Let us have faith that right makes might, and In that faith let us dare A Bare Possibility. to do our duty as we understand It, In his diary, which Is Incorporated Lincoln. tn tho "Life and Letters of Sir Richard Claverbouso Jcbb," tho great Greek scholar recorded a flash of his own wit which is of a .most appealing variety. At a dinner at Cambrldgo Sir Richard, then Mr. Jebb, took In a young woman, who got through tho first course with little conversation. Suddenly the atartled him by saying, In tho most unprovoked way, while sho was still dining with apparent good appetite: "Prof. Jebb, do you think women ever dlo of a broken heart:" "Perhaps other organs may have something todo with It," ho proffered In reply. Youth'a Companion. .ALCOHOL 3 PER nvNi- AVIsiferrrpsrtuMirjji-Stands Head. aiflwaiurs ractixxiawHcsjdar There is something about Hunt's tmguckiosvtosalJJonKbcf: Lightning Oil that no other liniment possesses. Others may bo good, but It is surely the best It docs all you For recommend "it for, and more. sprains, cuts, bruises, burns, aches lTorBofesDwttonfBrnrur and pains it has no equal on earth. It ncss and KeviontaJns note stands head on my medicine shelf. OpiumIorphlne iwrMiacraL Very truly yours, HUT IX ARC OTIC. T. J.' BROWNLOW. SeaaalBSSSSajeBI Livingston, Tcnn. ApeefoUIkSMnimm too-ofteeMSajaBBalBBHaM TRAIN QIRL ITWOYEAROLD ROLLS 300 TIES. n Lifted bodily from tho EhlcaRo. under a mlle-- nilnuta m ana express pnMencnr train, Ird over and over along 300 feet of roadbed while tho trala was being ntnd Id, a atop, and a few momenta r lifted practically unhurt from bo-en the rnlla. this was tho experience tho other prnoon of Julia Woljcle, miraculous cscapo from death oc ring on tho Chicago & Northwest' railway tracks at tho North Forty. jth street crowing, two blocks north ho Mayfalr atatlon. At fastened In a high chair, ato per with hor parents and lltus , Racked and torn with terrific palnsr Qlfhtly annoyed by kidney Irregularis Mrs. A. 8. of 801 Third Bo., Columbus, suffered ,for says:' Sho pains In my sides and tolas so terrlblo that smothered a Erery.movo Meant agony. My rest was broken by a troublesome weakness and the secretions seemed to burn like acid. J waa In an awful condition and doctors did not seem to help me. Doan's Kidney Pills benefitted mo from tho first and soon made mo a strong and healthy woman." For sale by all dealors. CO cents a box. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N.Y. tttes, "Nails." "Nails aro. a mighty good thing particularly finger nails but I don't bcllevo they wore Intended solely for scratching though I used mine largely for that purposo for several years. I was sorely affected and had It to do. Ono application of Hunt's Cure, how evorj rellovcd my itch and less than a box cured mo entirely." J. M, WARD, Indox, Texas. The Missing Link." What was said to bo tho "missing link: between man and apo"wasfo'und by Dr. Dubois in 1895 on tho banks ot the Bcngawan river, In central Java, Thoso fossil remains consisted of a skull, a thigh bono and two molar teeth, from which tbe scientists "constructed" an animal, not human, yet nearer to man than the ape. The "link" was named "Pithecanthropus Ercctus." New York American. Knlcker also spoke? Docker No; ho was among those who said In part. New York Sun. TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA AMI J1UI1.I) Uf Tltn SYSTEM. Tain tbo Old Standard unOVKIS TA3THUW Cllltll. TONIC. Von know what joa aro Uklnr. Tbo formula Is plainly printed on aivry bottle, alwwlncltlialnipiygnlnlnoand Iron Ittf, Uatrlrna form, and thft molt effectual form, tor ETujvn people and children. tOc. acts ly ontlo bowels, cWnses, tcnyyct prompt eiectual fiie system assists one m overcoming halntual consfipoAionj permanently. To get its) jjenejicial effects, buy the genuine. n Placed. Was he among those whe f ianu f acturcd ly t net CAIM)RrM; SOLD Bf CtADINO DRUCO 3T5 - EOt WISE CHEILD. fiCmls THE EN- A DAISY FLY KILLER , LASTS The Limit. "Homely, Is she?" "My dear girl, she's so homely that amatour photographs flattor her." Capudlne Cures Indigestion Pains, TIRE SEASON II leede every-tbln- ir fordeetroy. tnff rllee. le Beat, elean and ornamental. Pold bf all dealers er ten t by mall postpaid fee 10 Ave. SMeera,S.I. cent. Hwli aw.n. Its D.. A CUniU A Bour stomach ant heartburn no matter atalabt.l ItXrXpmnt: ray tomaiaMdally. Writ for S. C from what cause. Gives Immediate relief. InformaUon. KeUeeJUa Xwllr (., tlrm-tltPrescribed by physicians because It Is and effective. Trial bottle 10c. NEW DISCOVERT! (I Euresize Sc and Wo at all drucctsts. qnlck relief and eureiworttr'aeeT It's easy for a deaf mute to love a girl more than tongue can tell. Book of tratlmonlala and 10 daya' treatment rltEST. UlU IL 11. UUKKNU bONH, UuX It. ATlXTA. 1)2. Uf m MTCn I TW AsentatnlntrodoceTbe Handy Vegetable Sllrer, erlla fianPQY fr?.r.r. A. N. K. F (190825) 223S. "That horse must lore his work, mclo." "Why so, Egbcrtr "He's so attached to the wagon." ON THE PROPRIETIES. Ad- 8TRONQ flash She Wa Under th Wheels of the Flyer. er, ClirlMInn, as niual. Bho suT How Could She Be Expected to dress Perfect Strangerf alight cut on tho right sldo of Rrchead, her lower lip was and her legs and shoulders icrntchcd from tho rolling along ader mlbeI awfully dirty aho was, thougb, the policeman brought her said her oLhon "I never, saw dirty before,V child's home la on North Forty ivcnuo. Karly.ln the afternoon acinic put her two children out front, yard to plr. Hardly ko gono 1ntotlm house again Christian, who Is bis sister's Iby one year, made up hla mind to tbe railroad tracks, half a Iway, and see tho "choo-choo- " Inlla followed him. unaways, hardly tall enough to In the graaa along tho right of the railroad, played undls. until 4:15 o'clock. Suddenly heard a Wk ''cuoo-chooand aa ho stepped back from ck ho screamed for Julia to rho girl rose from whoro Alio playing In tho gravel near at ono of tho tlea and In a flush er the wheeia of Ihd flyer. She under tho first coach, an fear. Tho train carried eight aches. All of thorn passed girl's body and' tho suction along In tho wake of the 300 feet before tho cnclno as stormed. Mcnntlmo Chris been knocked d,ov?n..nqd waa In tho dust and weeds to bearings again. Ho was un rover. awls, engineer of the train. I' glimpse of tho child Just aa whizzed past hor and, know tho girl's position mado it al crtnlnty that she would be ider tho coaches, applied tho brakes and brought tho standstill. He thon leaped cab, ran back along tho rail up tho girl. He took hor. to air station and gnvo her to wbo turned her over to the In half an hour afterward afely at homo again. : " A traveler In tho mountains of Ten ncsseo had been stowod away In the best bed tho cottage afforded. La to In the night ho was awakened by tho rolco of tho paterfamilias addressed to the daugktor, who was entertaining company by tho fireside. "Maudy," growled tho old man, "is that young man there yltT" "Yep, pap." "la be got his arm around yer Tho Hind Ton Haro Always Bought, and which has been In uso for over 80 years, has horno the signatnro of - ana Has Dcenmadonnaer Ills per- iJCfyfo.. SOHal sapcrvision slnco its Infancy. , Allow no ono to deceive tou in this. All Ooontcrfoits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare bufc Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" walitr -- "Ho air a plumb stranger Success Magazine. "YeP( pap." You all tell him to tako't away." "Aw, yo tell him yerself, pap," replied tho girl, In a dull, lifeless voice. A Family Matter. An Important Line. Eph was before the high court of "Sho is a most accomplished woJustlco for tho usual offense. "Now, look here, Eph," said the man." "Is shot Judge In an admonitory way, "don't "Why, have you heard her slngf you kabV lfls wrong to steal chick"Yes." ens!" "And soen hor paJntlngst" "'Deed I does, Jodge. I's a plunged "Yes." Baptls, I Is.". 4 "Then how can you aakt" "Then why did you" steal those "I havo novcr tasted her pies." chickens?" -- Dey wuzn't chickens, Jcdge; dey -How's This? wux ducks." ' W offer Ono Hundred Dollart Jleirard for any "That makes no dlfforenco." cM of catarrh Ul cannot tx cured by Halle "Deed It do. Jcdgo," Eph pleaded. CatarrU Car. r.J.CHESKTCO.,TlJo.O. we, the unJeraltned, bare known K. J. Cbcnej "Ducks Is kinder klnfolkj to us Bapfor tt leit is inn, and btlltTO htm perfectly tises, an' it's all In do fam'Iy, sun." tn U BuilncM IrantuUana ud nnuiciill asla to carry out air oblUattuni mala tif hit arm. Waldixo. Knita llaaria, Wrralsaala Druitfita, Toledo, O. What a Dear Little' Wife Did. Hairs Catarrh Cars It actio widow had cornered directly upon the blood andukra Internal!-- ot tbe Tho leap-yea- r mucone turf ten enters. teattroonlaU aent free, 1'rlce 7) ceste per tho why widower. bottle. Held br all Unif (I.U. "Ab, you should marry again, Mr. Tak Uall'a famil liUe Kr oouUpaUon. Primrose," she wblspored In" her most So Lifelike. persuasive tones. "Widowers aro like "Grey, the art critic came along Just bachelors they como home at night and toss their clothes all in a heap. as I was looking at your new paintYou should have a dear little wife to ing." "You mean my 'At Work in the go through your clothes." "Thanks," replied tho wily widower, Fields.' And what did Grey think tcrsoly, "but my last wlfo went of It!" "Commended Its realism highly. Said through them so completely that I even to look at It made him tired." didn't haro carfaro In tho morning." , JUUftUb-- .aft r,m u flfisWAsjr. WMyVsVefefeff a harmless substitute for Castor OIL Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Foverishneas. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Pood, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Csvstorla Is What Is CASTORIA . Apcrfect Remedy forCmsflfo- - GENUINE lion , our sraiaaauuiMiu Worms fomTikioia jewnsa ncss andLoss OF Sleep. TcSbnlc Stjiatort oT CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS NEV YORK. rW" ls Tbe Guaranteed under n Exact Copy KM You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over TMCetMTauncoaiMNT, of Wrapper, tt Muemar erratcr. Nrw Yon errv. 30 Years Use ALLEN'S o. FOOT-EA- SE t'ES BESIEGE 8CHOOL, id Pupils Wane Constant War on Reptiles. idon, Wis. Thero Is no lull to campaign stego upon tho tiool of Miss Florence Archl- classroom was recently a big snake and her wholo iss Archibald waa forcod to class, whllo sho wont aftor ir plno anako which had to tbe classroom. ck of tho snakes and othor ad unlovely things nro fro-Iss Archibald's schoolhouso, seen Its best days. ear shot of tho houso la a Ihlch Is patrolled by snakoa. tho teacher nor tho chll. back and forth between mid tholr homos without some natural onomy of world. Travels as a Man. J, Dendor of New woman whom ho claims ind who was attired In tho an, were arrested Jioro the rhey were discovered In a railroad employes. The cut off her hair and bad braid la oue of the pooketa Header said they were lew York May 13 and were cymoon trip to South D they expected fo establish He said they bid no kad been eorapellad to re bel car tor traaiporUtlon, -- Max r Never Falls. "Thero Is ono remedy, and only one I have ever found, to euro without fall A Teacher's Experience. such troubles in my family as eczema, "My friends call me 'Tho Poatum ringworm and all others of an itching Preacher,'" writes a Minn, school teach- character. That remedy is Hunt's er, ".becauso r preach the gospel of Cure. Wo always use It, and it never W. W. CHRISTIAN, Postum everywhere I go, and have falls." Rutherford, Tcnn. been tho means of liberating many 'coffco-po- t slaves.' This above all; to thine own selt "I don't care what they call mo so long as I can help others to. sco what bo truo; and it must follow, as tho thoy lose by sticking to coffee, and night tbo day, thou canst not then be can show thorn tho way Jo steady false to any man. Shakespeare. nerves, clear brain and general good and.NiTrona IMaeaaea riT8, SU Vltae1 Dane Kllnc'e U health by using Postum. rrat Ken lleatorrr. rumt br lr. W trial bottle Ir. girl I drank coffco ttand for niHH VWl Arch Btreek and trratiajv l a. "Whllo a school l'blladelpbla, Kline, lid, It. and had fits of trembling and went through a siege of nervous prostration, Wise Is the man who knows when which took mo threo years to rally to treat and when to from. Byron. Mra. "Mother coaxod me to uso Postum, For children Window's Boothlnar une, redocei b tecthloc, eoftena tbe but I thought coffco would glvo mo flamuiaUoo.aUaytpauitCvreawlAdoulhi. aMnbotUa. strongth. So things went, and wbon More people aro fooled by the truth I married I found my husband and I . wero both coffee topers, and I can than by lies. aympathlzo with a drunkard who tries to loflYO off his cups. "At last In sheer desperation I bought a package of Postum, followed directions about boiling It, sorved it with good cream, and asked my husband how ho llkeil tho coffco. "Wo each drank three cups aploco, and what a Battsflod feeling It left. Our conversion has lasted several, years and will continue as long aa we llvo, for it has mado us new nerves ure steady, appetites good, sleep sound and refreshing." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Ksad "Tho lload to Wellville," in pkgs. Ever read the above letter! A new one appears from time to time. They M re genuine, true, and full ef human inter tsf. "TWO TOPERS." re-tre- A powder to be sbokon into tbo shoos. Tour feet feel swollen, nervous, hot and got tirod oasilj. If yon have aching, smarting feet, try Allen's Foot-EasIt rosts tho feet and mokes now or tight shoes easy ; always uso it to Break in Now Shoos. It euros swollen, hot, sweating foot, blisters, ingrowing nails and callous spots. Behoves corns and bunions of all pain and gives Best and Comfort. It cures whilo you walk. Wo havo over thirty thousand testimonials. Try it fewfay. Sold by all Druggists cvorywhoro 25 cents. Don t accept any substituto for Allen's Trial packago FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N.Y. European Branch Ofllco, Peterborough, England. Success brings imitations. Scores of WW rmavLI 1.11 worthless imitations aro sometimes Tho offered for Bale. Insist upon having Allen's Foot-Eas- o. Original powder for tho foot Twolv years boforo tho public Do not accopt Annual solos over two million packages. spurious substitutes claimed to bo "just as good." Imitations nav tho dealer a larcor profit otherwise you would novor bo Ask for Allen's oflorod a substituto for Allen's Foot-EasFoot-Eas- o, and insist upon having it is sold only in 25 cent packages Remember, Allen'sFoot-Eas- o bearing yellow label with oar trado mark and facsimilo signaturo Foot-Easo. WAQIVIIVr1 U o. " In a Pinch, ." UttAllsn'iFoot-Eut- Bold by sil DrupRists orenrwhoro for 25 ceab. For FREE Trial package, also Froa Sample, of tho FOOT-EAB- B BANITARY COHN-1Ua now iuyouUou, wldrcea Allen Olmstul, Lo ltoy, N. Y. a A I have ever taken. For eight "I Have Kecommended" writes Mrs. John Grimes, of Enfield, HI., "sovoral of my lady friends to tako Cardui, becauso it has done mo more good than anything months tles of Cardui brought mo around all rights iWhon I suffered from interruption, but two I feel bad, I always tako bot- Lady's Word constantly increasing 'demand for "Cardui is 'duo largely to tho recommendations of ladies who havo used it. Mrs. Grimes recommended .Cardui to "sovoral Udy friends,' and others do tho samo. It is a gqpd mcdicino. Try it. WB1TE FOR FREE BOOK ITho Wine of Cardui S&g5SSEHSga IS 4 Cottage Hotel... Hickman, Ky. f !! j Qricr's fZc QcU j Yhen you have yy saved Roonj s and Board Old people have faults, like chil dren, but they have no mothers to forgive them. Yountr people should remember that you cannot trust a man simply because you sec the golden rule pinned on the frcnl of his hat. $25.00 The question arises, "What Shall I Do With It?" There is no better way than to deposit it in the was only trying to Invent a new mode of locomotjon, so he 'could economize his legs, and do his errands with greater dispatch. Leap frog is one of the methods of getting over the ground quickly. He has a natural genius for combining pleasure with business. NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This look effect November 1, Large, comby the day or week. fortable rooms bath in connection Reasonable Rates Hickman Bank of HicUman, 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. Pal Some Money Alvay Not- not around the house where it may be destroyed or stolen, but by depositing it in this bank. We stand for safety First, Last and All the Time. g-y These days we sit on the sunny side of the car, walk on the sunny side of the street and sit in the suuny Announcements window of the house. Let us also walk on the sunny side of life and The cash must accompany all an fee the sunny side of the disjointed nouncemcnts to insure their publica things of life. tions no exceptions. Supplement what the children learn at school with reading lessons We are authorized to annourjee as candidates for the office of at home. Reading aloud is good, Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to will improve the reading of the readthe action of the Democratic pr er, and give information to members mary, Nov. 3, the following: who may be of the home circl HERSCHELL JOHNSON obliged to work with their hands in GO ALDER JOHNSON the evening. The boy who takes his hat off when he enters the house is the one who usually has his hair combed and his face clean, and the girl who says "please," and "thank you," ir always prettier than the one who forgets these little things. Yo i.just look around and see if this is not true. 1900. Pay at the HicUman Ice & Coal Co. office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a. m. until 0 p. m. any day except Sunday; and on the Olh and 10th of each month it is open until 0 p. m. Cant Be Separated. Some tUcHitutn L'coile HUl !' learned how to Get brothes of Doth. For Sheriff: Backache and kidney ache are twin You can't seprate them. And you can't get rid of the back ache until you cure the kidney ache. -- Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. i V DAVE MORGAN A. C. KIMBRO L. C. ROBERSON The following are subject to th November election 1909 : CHAS. NOONON County Court Clerk: We are authorized to announce as candidates for office of Clerk of ned. the County Court of Fulton County subject to the action of the Demo A TOAST TO GENTLEMEN. cratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow The following toast to gentlemen ing. is handed in by a laJy contributor: S. D. LUTEN Bless 'em They halve our joys, S. T. ROPER they double our sorrows, they treble W. E. MATLOCK cur expenses, they quadruple our H. F. TAYLOR cares, they excite our magnanimity, County Attorney: wak they increase our en our enthusiasm, arouse our affecWe are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of tions, control our property, and County Attorney of Fulton County, us in everything. subject to the action of the Demo This world is a dreary world withcratic primary, hov. 3, the follow out them. In fact, J may say withing: out prospect of successful contradicJAS. W. RONEY tion, that without them this wouldn't ALLISON TYLER be much of a world anyhow. We T. N. SMITH love them, and the dear things can't help it ; we control them, and the County Assessor: precious fellows don't know it. As we are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of As husbands they are convenient, though sessor of Fulton county, subject to not always on hand : as beaux they the action of the Democratic pri are by no means "matchless." mary, Nov. 3, the following: They are most agreeable as visitors, CHARLES D. ROE handy at stale fairs, and indispensl- BEN F. WILSON ble at oyster saloons. They are CHAS. BEADLES splendid as escorts for some other WILL J. THOMPSON fellow's wife or sister, and as JOHN F. MCCLELLAN friends they are better than women. As our fathers they are inexpressibly For Jailer. grand. A man may be a failure in We are authorized to announce business, a wreck in constitution, as candidates for- - the office of not enough to boast of as beauty, Jailer of Fulton County, subject to nothing as a wit, less than nothing the action of the Democratic prias a legislator for women's rights, mary, Nov. 3, the following: and not very brilliant as a member JOE NOONON of the press, but' if our father we ED WRIGHT overlook his peccadilloes with the ' J.B.JONES divine mantle of charity. Then, as T, P. BAKER our husbands, how we love to parade Following are subject to the Nov- them as paragons I In the sublime ember election in 1909: anguage of the poet: We'll lie for 'em, W. F. BLAKEMORE We'll cry for 'em School Superintendent. And if we could, we'd fly for 'em ; We'd anything but die for 'em. We are authorizad to announce as candidates for the office of Superintendent of Fulton County STARTING IN J.IFJJ. Schools, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Nov. J, the You are soon to leave and break following : away from all tender ties of home, 1 self-respeer When tempted to critici ze the food on the home table, remember the adage that silence is golden. Criticism is never so exasperating to the housekeeper as at the table, where, in spite of hard work and worry, things will occasionally appear that are not as she had plan and go out to seek your fortune In the world. Let us whisper a few words of counsel. Wcw(suppose you wish to be rich; most people do. We don't think riches desirable, We should be sorry to have inherited wealth. But a competence is very Well desirable, is indispensible. the way to get it is by forethot to plan, Industry to execute, aud pru- dencc to keep the earnings of ycur work. Get what you honestly earn but never take more. Money is by no means the best thing in life, You are here in this world to become a eood man. a wise man, a just man, an affectionate man, a religious'inan. Work for your manhood as much as for money ; take as much pains to get, and as much to keep it. Keep clear of vice., esDeciallv4 ntemoer- ance, gambling and licentiousness These three ruin thousands of young men every year. Be not gloomy, sour and stiff. Cheerful ness, gayety, liveliness and mirth fulness belong to your period of Ijfe. You will find little real pleasure in anything your conscience loroios. p tMi Vii tr rHititt;nrl nnnnriiintlir M.k..u.v your mind and forethought) prudence aim nousiry win neip you nere as much as in getting money, And tt t now woumt you prolong mc sunsnme of life forever? We must ?ay to you there is no real happiness in life without religion. It is a re strain! from dome wronc. an en- 4 I If the kidneys are well and strong, rest of the system is pretty sure to be vigorous and healthy. Doran s Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys, John Fethe, living on Troy Ave., Hickman, Ky., says: "lam truly thankful for the great benefit I have derived from the use of Doan's Kid ney Fills 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. I tried all the rernedles I could think of, but found no relief. Finally someone advised rar to try Doan's Kidney Pills audi procured them at Helm & Ellison's drug store. r 0. Counterpanes I5e Big or little. The same as new when laundered by the K. Steam Laundry. The same attention Is given small pa:kages as large ones, In fact that is our spellalty. Do you know that the best class of laundry wearers are giving Ihelr work to the 0 K. Steam Laundry? I deliver laundry in city j also call for it. is at the store of Smith & Amberg. Th-agen- cy FRANK SMITH. Agent. I They cured ma and I will always be glad to recommend them." For sale by all dealtrs. Price SO . T? n Witt uo uunaio New York, sole agents for the Unit ed btates. "'5: k rosicr-miiour- FRENCH MARKET COFFEE HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A .ijuu... A 1 1. I Why is it that so many people now dislike to live In the country? If you go to a city there are people by the hundred who live from ..hand to niouth" in vcry square and wncse total wealth is represent .i i.t C(j ov ine cioines tney nave on. Years go by and these persons never have a home. They lose that inde pendencc that the proud owner of a farm nas, I( there is any needed reform in America it is to keep peo- pie away from tne condensed cities. try Dr Weak women should ShoOp's Night Cure. ThcSC SOOthlnif $100 In Gold $100? EVcryonc who sends us in a list of Enclish words made up of any, or all, of the letters in "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE" will receive a present-- The one scndinn in the grcatot Hit of words will be given One I lundrcd Dollars in Gold. Hun-ireof other valuable presents wjl be given free to contestants. ds For list of present and particulars regard, ing contest, ask your grocer, or write to CONTCST OCPAFITMCNT m,.,,m.nl In An. rlaM nnrl a rrr-- nl mmtmmmmmmmwf NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO LTD. ORLEANS i . MISS DORA SMITH County Judge. We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of County Judge of Fulton County. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. o. W. WHIPPLE F. B. ATTEBERRY My Hair Ran A. way Don't have a falling out with your hair. It might leave you! Then what? liut would mean thin, s;ragIy, uneven, rough hair. Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp! You can easily do it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is something more than a simple hair dressing. It is a hair medicine, a hair ionic, a hair food, Tlio bext kind of a teatlmonlal -- W, A. NAYLOR H. F. REMLEY Circuit Court Clerk. office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Nov. 3, 1908 ; as a candidate for re election to the We are authorized to announce J. "niteu W. MORRIS H',nc$s Church. 3unday School every Sunday evening at 2 o'clock, and prayer meeting every Thursday night at 8 "Sola lor over lxty yoar." SAUSAPAKH.U. Aiers tjr J. o. Ay t Co.. Low.ll. Umi. lo mDuflunn ot PIUS. CtlLltUV PECTORAL. finally, remember, though absent My "Book No. 4 For Women" con front the sight of the dear ones at tains many valuable hints to woman, is Aslt Dr Shoop's, home vou will even live in their and Racine, Wis. to mail it. Ask the nn ih.ir '""'Doctor in strictest confidence, you may prove Luestions vou wish ,nswere(f l lonit cMx'ct.Hl 'int yourself a noble man. I. jour ShQop's Night Cure is sold by all hoiim uroiwrir liuimM It nhuuld i t' iv ymi nmy 11 next to Imrii out. aeaiers. Thr. n.irpnls who rear their sons Take Out a Small ' .UIU I. "'P 1. in iriMonMs .ir rtolnt them .in un. "uI Fire Insurance Policy sneakable harm. Everv bov is en- - beneficial to the good apperance of Now and be Safe J 4' l the skin is the milk and salt treat lilled to know hv nrtii.il exorrience It. tMj Into utter We ufhil hard manu.il labor mean, and ment. YTasn lnc lacc 31 n,6nl Ju the I1K.ST In thill. H.. n ink n low role nml prompt going to bed with hot water Wore kcllleiuoiit. in iin.v ut t tic in. to get the blessing lhat comes from "ait, using the salt as you would toughened muscles and a tanned R. T. TYLER, Agt. soap. 0 not use the water so hot sk-iis io maifc ine face t.cnder or dry. Then rinse in cola" wafer. Apply a THE COMFORT OF BEING A BOY. Tg!je Baird, living norlji of thi solution made of one leasnnnnfnl if There is a comfort to be a boy in salt to two tablesnoonful. of milk city, is a much puled inan, H,e the amount of work he caH get rid of a cold cream Dr skin fo0(, . has a fine brood sow that s the Af, doing, it is something astonishing . aDDicaiionS he fnc m h as moth:r of eighteen of the strangest . " ' i i uuw biow iiic can go on an erranu ; smooth as ivory and ' will be a deli- - ooking pigs that ever visited his perhaps, he couldn't explain to him Icate pink. barn lot. They are all coal black self why, when he Is sent to the and have long wool and short thin neighbor's for yeast, he stops to Baseball Players and ears like sheep. Their noses are stone frogs. He is not exactly crue. Foot facers! somewhat similar to other pigs, IyOUlJ. KriJUlT. ei.rllHIiltilMM Innif ill.. but he wants to see if he can't hit tiine6iK)t iticir of Clurinany and llolluml. though he has never seen them root run. fl..t rr irii . em. it is a curious fact about in th: ground as other hogs do. He i.iv.ivuit.iir'H trulnlnu boys, that two will be a great deal "Durlnir myiJikti uny. nf uliriit hut, i)e.l is inclined to thipk that a freak hi nun In April of ' .4 l" r i i slower about doing anything than ffiX,h',ow "ti waiurc nas orougnt jnto existence 1,'l'IJr roimneii4 Himw a family Boys have a power of helping Mnliiioiit lo nil who lire one of slrauge and mysterious troubled with each other do nothing - w km itiiu R..t av IW.'?."." hruiM "r rheunmti.m"' o. u beasts that have never lived upon r O what you will about the general use- - iMmAiuSS'w'' l"ug tit"'' 8,1,1 the earth beforc.Pemiscot Press. ot hoys, a farm without a lumess ne ftast Prairie canning plant Is boy would soon come to grief. He Piles are easily and quickly checkis always in demand. In the first mak,n6 arrangements to can wild ed with Dr, Shocp's Magic They expect to be place he Is to do all the errands, blackberries. To prove it I will mail a go to the store, postoffice, and carry 8in about thc 25lh ol tn,s month. small trial box. as a cpnyincjng test, all sorts of messages. He would inIs w'11 furnish employment for Simply address Dr. Shoop, Racine like to have as many lees as a wheel manv wmen, boys and girls in Wis. I surely would not send it free unless I was certain that Dr. has spokes, and rotate in the same gathing oerrles and at the same Shoop's Magic Ointment would stand way. lhls he sometimes tries to do. Mme DC promabie. the test. Remember it is made ex. pressly and alone for swollen, painand people who have seen him It its in the grocery line, we can ful, bleeding or itching piles, either turning tart wheels" along the sell it as cheap and as good as any- external or internal. Laree iarSOc. side ol the road have supposed he body. Dettersworth & Sold by all dealers. Prather. t,.r4. 7.1.7,7 v,iw .,,,i n' airisXi whi-iT tin-lir- 23 I " A 1 petitions are per. . Department I r establishment of rural free ur v routes in Kentucky. Wllpast fiscal year only twenly-- f . r routes have been establishe State, but the small number :i lothc fact that Kentucky U3. n proximately 700 of these rou'-in operation. The First Conr' al district has the greatest of routes, 120, and the S' Forty-si- x the Posioilice - -- -- u i n district, has the smallest r seven, with seven petitions I re ones pending before the dep j mi tui. nni. - r.i i iuc r.icvcmn, ui -- . La" Jhcre are few iropla who know how tp tafc jurny uu iiinniive- - tlio iivt-- r I. n mint linpurtnut urn Kxiy. llurlilnr will It In v. n. Hiuiklii. Allm, Turn. U.Oil liar no (or ( i i n imva mill lllid It tlm lMt ini.illrlni) I c t nwiiiu nil. un Wllllllllfc II. Olllldrull in It I. fur ur.iwiiun IX'L ii. it i. line nir im u KaIiI hv IViMrffllPri Drill. U(nr. Holm A Klllton. kn ' " ' I ' rut-e- 1 "''t 1 ..'.'. I I Oint-men- t. According to the report ci ' jobbers the price of fruit irl ypar win uc .p to ju per crcr man last season, wnen ' about as high as people com' 1 to pay. This Is thc work d trust. The Amirlr.in neODl buncoed into voting for th? FrII... lanii, aviih,ii kivcs tk. Intl'J .Ll.l. l iik. ikc Icense to rob them without rece' at law. And these bloou u corporations wll continue to r!t upon the wage earner thus nk these octoous richer and r. ' , his exoens.. as lane at IheV caB Q i ' duce the working men to vol" agl their interests. 1 1 - i i Threlkeld's that's the pli