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The Hickman courier: July 9, 1908 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908070901_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 9, 1908 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3LKS NOW LIVING Fulton county will ill Ton Mint we Drltit lorn local news thnti nynlher imperii! mis HI lit hPIUUCKy I THE HICKMAN COURIER. Wagon ' up the Hill of Success, The Courier, A BLUE MARK has expired. Henew promptly if you want the paper to coma to 7011 after this, month mean, thnt your HERE Idvertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial has a Spunkin' Good Team., Grease the Rxles of Your Uagon, Old Man, and Let's Httch Up SiI.DKBT NO. 4 VOMJMB 60 PAl'KR IN WEBTF.RN KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1008. WHOLE NO. 2403 ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 1859 3170ft ffotes 09 Let Case, the tailor, press that John Nelson and George Sanger suit. pent the fourth in Cairo. Mrs. Cook, of Tiplonville, was lE-ir-l Wiseman Is recovering from here Thursday and Friday. spell of whooping cough. C. F. Holderman has returned to Elvis Hale, of Pembroke, Ky., lied in Hickman several days ago. Cincinnati after spending a few weeks here. Mrs. M. Ambcrg has returned Hanley Kistner went to St. Louis (mm a visit to Mrs. Guy Robbiris at last week, to visit his sister, Mrs. Uidely Diffrt Jopies Hattic Foltz. number of young foil's, of East Buggies lor popular peoBelt man, spent the fourth at Dayou pleAnchorpopular prices. Farmers at 'Cbeln, fishing. Hardware Co. R. Burnett, wife and daughter, Mrs. Kate Wooten, of Blythe-villit to Mt. Juliet, Tenn., about two Ark., who is visiting Mrs. eks ago, to visit relatives. Maud Salmon, was on the sick list learly $100,000 is spent in Mexi- - last week. Spend "loo much" for advertising ;ity every wek on lottery tickets, in the same period only about for awhile it may be just the touch KOOO is paid back in prizes. of "recklessness" needed to bring your enterprise safely through. tale Treasurer, Edward Far- books ihow a balance in the The situation at Bird's Point, Mo., i ke Treasury of SI 33, 379. 60, opposite Cairo, where the Mississip:h Is $100,000 less than was on pi river is rapidly cutting into the last year. Capt. Farley states bank, is very grave. In eight days a comparison of the balances the bank has disappeared for a the past four years show a grad- - distance back from the river of 500 decreasmg balance, and he feet, and the erosion stretches along to know if "this thing keeps the bank for a distance of 1,600 rhere we will end." He says feet. A large elm tree, three feet there are about $150,000 due in diameter, went into the river and itstanding warrants, but he be- - disappeared entirely from view. this can be taken care of and Government engineers taking sound ig expenses provided without ings there found a depth of 160 feet, lecesslty of an extra sesiion to with the current running like a mill- race. le means. wmA e. jjayficld. Next President United States,.. I HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. Gasoline at the Courier Office. 25c gets a good meal at Williams' restaurant. Ella Talley, of East Hickman, Mrs. Martha J. Faris was on the has been sick for some time with whooping cough. sick list last week, Prof. B. F. Gabby went to Mays-licGet the habit of trading at Bet- Ky., last Friday. He well tcrsworth & Pralher s. be gone about a month. Case, the tailor, makes a specialNath Townsend, who has been ty of cleaning and pressing ladies' working in East Prairie, for some skirts. Prices right. time returned to Hickman last week. Dave Bryant, of Union City, visMrs. Mollie Oakley and children, d ited his daughters, Mrs. T. A. and Mrs Harry Barrett Fri- who have been living at Kennedy, Mo. for several months, moved back day. ' to Hickman several days ago. for the blue' mark on the Watch corner of your paper. It means The Methodists of Kentucky are that it will stop if you don t get hot after Gov. Willson to call an busy. extra session of the general assembly Mrs. Beulah Medley and children, for the purpose of passing the counof Nashville, who have been visit- ty unit bill, and will keep petitioning ing her sister, Mrs. B. F. Mayers, him until the bill is passed. The returned home last week. She was Eastern Kentucky conference has accompanied by her niece, Miss just closed at We&t Liberty, and the strongest resolutions condemning Henrietta Mayers. Gov. Willson for not keeping his Mrs. E. R. Ellison was the hostess promise, made in the state Republi of a euchre party, Friday Tune 26. can state platform, to pass a county Seven tables were arranged in shady unit bill, which gave to each county nooks in the yard, and the games in the state the right to vote out played wiih much interest. As the liquor if so desired, were passed and guests arrived, punch was served in .adopted. It is claimed in these reso the hall, and later refreshments of lutions that the governor did not put cream and cake. Mrs. Mollie Pra. his strongest efforts to have the ther won the first prize, Mrs. C. B. county unit bill passed at the last Travis, the second, and Miss Marie session of the general asssmbly, Brevard, the third. Mrs. Granville and urge him now to call an extra guest. session for that purpose. Hart was the only Led-forout-of-to- k, Prices Will Take a Big Tumble Saturday ) -- K Smith Sp Amberg's Great assign-edTan- Mid-Summ- er Clearance Sale. j Do Not Miss Fudge 1 1 It! 2. ith of Mrs. Geo. Terrett 18th, Mn. Roxie A. Terrett, Geo. B. Terrett, departed , peritonitis being the cause terhome near Mabel, Sunday, She was a member Get my "Book No. 4 For Women." jfa;iBaptist Church here at the It will give weak women many valuable suggestions of relief and with leaves a husband and the fol- - strictly confidential medical advice -- LH.I T , uunuicn: josepn icr- - is entirely free, simply write Dr. rs. Lottie Adair. Miss Mai. Shoop, Racine, Wis. The Book No. irrett. Dorthv Dodd TerrHt. 4 tells all about Dr. Shoop's Night daughter In Graves Co., whose Cure and how these soothing, healviPJMHjre did not learn : also a sis. ing, antiseptic suppositories can be rs. Sallie Nelson, at Liver- - successfully applied to correct these Write for the book. Ky., and a at weaknesses. ion, Ind., who all sincerely The Night Cure is sold by all ber loss. remains were brought to Hick- Albert Uallaher, for many years .onuay, June 29th, and in- in the secret service of the United the Brown crave vard. : Courier with their manv States and one of those detailed as extend heart-fel- t sympathy the persanal bodyguard of the late President McKinley at the time of bereaved ones. his assassination, died at Chicago, Tuesday. It was Gallaher who The Smile 1 come oir. appears on tally's (nee seized the wrist of Czolgosz after U1 bottle of White's Cream Verml- - the fatal shot was fired and wrenchgreat worm medicine. Why not ed the weapon from his hand I smlleou linhy's face. If you keep Gallaher was mistaken by the crowd llclne on hand, you will never see for the assassin and was set upon but smiles ou lilt (nee. Mr. N- -. accord-in- g jll. Okln writes! "My tsihy was and beaten, and to this fact uu fulfill, would not rut nml I to attending physician, Galla would die. I used a Iwtlle of her's death was indirectly due. An Jream Vermifuge mid lie has not affection of the liver developed from day iliice.'1 Hold by Cowirlll' injuries which he received at that re, lucitud Helm A Klllson. time. a sewing machine? See L. ; Miss Julia Riley, of Fulton, is death. t1. Terrett was born Dec. 29th, LTat Hawsville, Ky., and was fltsi to Geo. B. Terrett Mav ,",11885. Several years ago she rtMM in mcicman wnere sne made skiMywiriends. Quarterly Report Notice. Of the lllckniHii Hank at the clone of Notice is hereby given to the business on theiirtuday of June, ihn: d crejJUorsofA. F. Williams, ItK.SOUIMJKH all persons interested, that Uuinsalid discount tHT.irrs M uui I will be at my office until Aug. 1st, Overdrafts, secured 77 Overdraft unsecured 1908, to receive and hear proof of Due from Nat'l tattika UMlft claim, and all claims not filed with line from Slate llauk and IM 77 Hanker .OKI SI.UII) ll me by Aug. 1st, 1908, will be barr- Hue from Trust companies. IJViiki llnnklmr House and lol ed from distributive. (Mil Other Ileal Kstato til MortimiU's H. F, Remley, Assigne. V.H. llondu 11.1 1.1 . Advise a Change. The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The Favorite Expletives. Confectioner Chinaman Rats Cut it out Surgeon Drummer Zounds I 1 H-- 'tslMher de half-broth- er at Rices Store. R. S. Murrell was on the several days last week. re Bradberry, who has been in the leleeranh office at ld, Ark,, for several months. home last Friday, for a two Hsit. visiting relatives and friends in East Hickman. Miss Isabel Nash left last Sunday night for her home at Hopkinsville, Ky. This was Miss Nash's second season with Baltzer & Dodds, and she has made many friends while here. The American .. Negro Political Equally League 'is out in- -a statement advising the negroes to vote the Democratic ticket. J. G. Woods, its president, said ; "The laws that are enacted against our race in the south are not passed because the Democrats are in power. If the southern negroes were brought 0 m north into the strongholds or ReOther Ntockaund Honda Npeclo ll.Sttt !tS 33 Currency. I,tis ll M.7J7 01 publicanism, the same laws would KxchaiiKe for clearing If the northern white 20 II be enacted. Other Itema carried ax rath I'M men were moved south they would Furniture and fixture Ol'i Fund to uay taxea keep the laws in force. Current expenne hut quar now 31 ler "All this talk about the RepubI lcl,i V7 licans freeing us is bosh. The I.IAIIII.ITIKS north objected to slavery because Capital stock paid In. In cnu t M.iui , ia,niim northern free labor could not comHurpiua runu S.71B Sf Undivided proMU pete with it. The war was fought Hue depoaltora a follow, vlx: Depoalt alibied to chuck against secession not to free the ton which Intereat I nut many Demslaves. There were ll.7Tal 72 paldi letalta Mihject to Icheck ocrats in the northern army as there OKI ion which Interest paid Demand certlllrateof dewere Republicans. Hew many posit (ou which Inter, has this party, which eat I nald) ll Time certificate of de dominates the north and which says posits urn which InterUim est Is nald) it loves us given us, in the forty (I ( U&.7r 72 Cerlllled check years we have voted it to victory? o Hue National llauk .4 II Ui Hue Hlate taink and Uinker Not one. .All of the negro congressO Due trust compnnle O' Cashier' check outstandlliK men that ever sat in Washington lllll came from the south. im t'npald dividend Ol Taxes due and unpaid "There is just one way for the 0 to Capital Htock not paid negro to get his rights and that is to SUl'IM.KMKNTAHY Indebtedness use the balance of power thit God lllithest amount of person, comof any stockholder, has given him in these northern pany or firm tlncludlUK In the liability of the compuuy or firm states regardless of party. If we the liability of the Individual member thereof directly or In put the Republican party out of directly, It audi Indebted lies exbusiness good this fall it may not do a pur cent of capital stock ceed actually paid In, and actual a us any immediate good. But you mount of surplus of that luik u.ul can bet that four years from now lllttlieat amount of Indebtedness of any director or oillcer. If the will be around the Republican-partamount of audi Indebtedness ex. wanting to do business with us. feeds 10 per cent of paid tip capin.U) tal stock of hand And what is more, if we can show Does amount of Indebtedness of any person, company or linn. Inthe Democrats that we have put cluding In the liability of the r til them into power, these same Demoor company the liability of the Individual mcmUira thereof, crats will be mighty tender of cur pur cent of paid-uoniilill Is'O feelings in order to keep tal and actual surplus? . O 11 11 Culprit Mercy I Taxidermist Stuff I Joker Nonsense Accountant Twenty-threI e I 1 I Lumberman Skid-o- o 1 Advertiser Come Come Reporter Beat it Musician Fiddlesticks ! Yellow Journalist Horrors Diver Oh, splash 1. Politician Confound itl Executioner Hang it I Egotist Oh, racl Oh, my I 1 I Cook Cheese it 1 1 Masseur Preacher Rubber Heavens Marries Missouri Girl. David Bright, editor of the EMtJfe-pPrairie Eagle, formerly of this city and a son of Dr. Wm. Bright, of Hickman, was married Monday evening, June 27th, to Miss Clara Atherton, of Charleston, Missouri. The wedding was a quiet affair and took place at the home of the bride. The groom is well and favorably known in this city, having been in the newspaper business here a number of years, and has a host of friends who join the Courier in ex. tending hearty congratulations. Mrs. Bright is said to be one of the most charming young ladies in southeast Missouri, but she can't be too good for our old friend, Dave. ' Cures Chills and Fever. Q. ! O l 11 PJles are easily and quickly checked with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. To prove it I will mail a small trial box as a convincing test. Simply address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. I surely would not send it free unless I was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment would stand the test. Remember it is made expressly and alone for swollen, painful, bleeding or itching piles, either external or internal. Large jar 50c. Sold by "His daughter had chills and fever for three years; be could not find anything that would help her till he used Heroine. Ills wife will not keep house without It, and cannot say too much for It." Price (sic. Sold by Cows-Ill'- s Helm A Klllnoii. Drug Store, Inc., and V. Wirt, Nacogdoches, Texas, nays: Acting Gov. Cox pardoned ten convicts as a result of a recent visit to the penitentiary. Nine are crippled or blind. This is the largest number of convicts pardoned at one all dealers. time in the last thirty years, or since Gov. Blackburn turned loose Notice Taxpayers. 150 at one time. The pardons o Ydur state and county taxes for were granted at the instance of Col. the year 1908 are now due, and you E. E. Mudd, the Warden, and Dr. can save extray cost by paying ear- Joseph Barr, the prison physician, ly. You can find either myself or and Gov. Cox when he made a short deputy, Goaldcr Johnson, at our talk to the pardoned convicts yesoffice M ex-ce- p at Hickman or City National terday afternoon told them that their bank, at Fulton. release was due to the kindness of Respectfully, heart of the Warden and the Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. Mrs. Maud Salmon has been on Mrs. J. T. Plummer is quite sick the sick list for a few days. at her home on route four. Amount of Inst dividend.... .mui Were alloxpcusca, losses. Interest and taxes deducted therefrom beforo declarlntc dividend, and wa not less than in per cent of net profits of the Ismk for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before suld dividend was declared? I b, zij Htatk or Ohio, Oitv ovToLnnn, I.UOA COITNTY si Fill n urn It's a great satisfaction to be sure that things you buy at the Drug Store are fresh and not left overs from last season. A Big Business keeps our stock constantly freshened up. her Helm ce Ellison Frank J. Cheney makes ontli thnt he is senior partner of thellrmof K.J, Cheney A Co., doluu business 111 the City of Toledo, County and Statu aforesaid, uud that said VKS llrm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDItKD DOI.I AltS for each uud every case of CaKentucky, Htate of tarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of County of Fulton. (). I'. Simulate. Cashier of Hickman llauk, llall . Catarrh Cure. FltANK J. OIIKNKY. 11 llauk located and doluic business at No. Sworn to Iwfore me uud suhicrllwd In my Clinton street In the City of lllckinan. In presence, this (it h day of December. A. !.. said county, buluii duly sworn, say the 1SMI. foreifolnif report I In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Uink iSfcsU A. W.Ul.KASON, at the close of business ou thu illst day of Nor.titv I'D line. lieu., n'(, to inu ucsioi 111s Kuowieuice. una Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, belief: and further say that the business of said bank has been transacted at thu locu and act directly outlie blood and mucous tion named, and not euewnere: and tliat surfaces of the System, Send fur testithe above report Is made In compliance with an olUclal notice received from the Secre- monies free. tary of Stnte deslunatlnif the iklthday of V. OH UN KY & UC Toledo, O. June, ItaN, a the day 011 which such report Sold by all J. Drutrulsts, Tfio o. 1'. Hiiumatk. Cashier. shall lie made. Subscribed uud sworn to Iwfore me by U.' Take lliill's Family Till fur couitlputlou. 1'. Shumate thu iwih day of June. Iuh. 11.0. IIki.si. Dr. and Mrs. McKeel have reNotary ruhltc. SKA!. ) K.T.Tvutn turned to May field, after a visit to W. II. lUi.TXKH Directors, D. B. Wilson and family. J. W.UowUILl. ) Counterpanes 15c Big or little. The same as new when laundered by the O. K, Steam Laundry. The same attention is given small pa:kages as large ones, in fact that is our spelialty. Do you know that the best class of laundry wearers are giving their work to the O. K. Steam Laundry? I deliver laundry in city; also call for it. The agency is at the store of Smith & Amberg. " J i FRANK SMITH. Agent. THE HICKMAN COURIER Covers GOMPERB IN SEARCH OF A PLATFORM. 6 KILLED IN WRECK TROOPS SHELL LIMITED ON OVERLAND FE WRECKED. WAS ROUNDING Wttltra Kentucky Like Iht Dtw" SANTA ( W. 0. BPKER and 3. 0. SEXTON, CITY; SHAH'S 200 DEAD TO j Editors and Proprietor. SHARP CURVE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH Ift ADVANCE. Before . i Engine Could Be Stopped the structure Gve Way. Fifteen rtiliH-ed- . ARMY LAYS SIEGE TABRIZ AND MASSACRE ' THE SEEMS CERTAIN. postoffice as Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, econd-clamall matter, u MEXICO WILL MAKE PROTEST International Complications Grow Out of Troublos. May City of Mexico. Mexico will ask tho United States to punish severely tho local authorities of Del Hlo, Tex., and possibly others of tho Stnto under whose authority they acted. The grounds will be that the olllcors knowingly failed in their duty by allowing persons who engaged in tho Las Vacas raid to return to the Texas side of tho river unlntcrfcred with and to bring with thera their wounded comrades. Punishment may also bo asked for the authorities and police of Del Hlo for allowing meetings to bo held thero for tho purposo of fomenting and planning raids, murder and robbery. This ncw'phaso of the international side of tho trouble In Northern Mexico was made known today by Minister Mariscal of tho foreign relations department. Bad faith toward Mexico by CLOSING ON REBELS the State of Texas in tho recent trouble is very strongly suspected by tho MexiBELIEVED THAT REVOLUTION can government. ISTS WILL BE WIPED OUT. BRYAN TALKS WITH LEADERS Williams, Arlx. Just after rounding a curve cast of Gallup, N. M., train No. 3, the westbound Overland Limited on the 8anta Fo, rushed on to a burning bridge. Six lives arc reported to havo boon lost and IS person Injured. It Is said that tho engineer nnd fireman nnd four other trainmen In the mnll and express enrs wero Wstantly killed. Fifteen passengers were seriously Injured. WIND WRECKS CITY. POPULATION IS 175,000 Hit Appreciation. When IMtrlck McOlnnagan beet-- . m mantle, nt .. Ik. r.l last week, n delegation of his fri. nj! burst In upon hint whIU bo w,u .! dinner and presented him ,. handsome night stick In honor cf , t fviiiiiniii unit mcir esipom, bowltitnrn,t i.w Comuletelv peeled loken, the now p0u I'.ri. . nevertheless struggled to his fCf t isiniii.i vu Mia limiJOfl, "Frlnds, yo havo upset me wij kindness." ho said, flourishing 'l i, nj an uo nio inhiii. .nun.. wid this little shnialy, on' I hone 1' wirusi wiuv ivry mon noro 11 live i i 'Ml It. 1.(1.. ..I... H ' .. , Revolutionists Throw Up Barricades In Streets But Are Poorly Equipc ped and No Mateh For Troopers. Semi-Barbari- Hicks Capudlne Cures Nervoutneu Whether tlrml out. worried, .e,, ,u Z ,?I what not. . It quiets nml rfri.h mt nrv-It' llqulit nl i,iMn V take. Trial hottl. NXj at drussUts. " uUr Every Building In Pukwana, Dakota, Is Damaged. South 8TORE BLOWN UP; FOUR DEAD. Frisco Explosion Believed to Be the Work of Thugs In Graft War. San Francisco, Cal. Four persons wore killed and many Injured by a dynanilto explosion which destroyed a grocery store and the flats on the upper floors, adjoining a saloon building early Monday. The dead aje: John Sweeney, grocer; Mrs. John Sweeney, his wife; daughter, and Ella Sweeney, the baby daughter of 11. S. Dlssemeyer. The badly Injured arc: U. S. Dlssemeyer and wife. DO A son of. Sweeney was blown feet through a window. Tho fronts of the structures landed across thu street and n Are followed. The explosion Is supposed to be tho work of thugs who have been engaging In similar outrages, it Is alleged, on behalf of defendants In the graft cases. Dlssemeyer, who owned the property. Is unconnected with the graft prosecution. Windows were broken In the whole Glen Park section of the city. . Nebraskan Will Not Dictate in tcr of Platform. Mat-- 1 NO NEW OUTBREAKS REPORTED Lincoln, Neb. A fragment of political turmoil headed for tho Democratic convention at Denver tarried in this city today, gathering fresh energy from tho home of V. J. Bryan. Mr. Bryan met the visitors at noon at tho Lincoln hotel, holding a brief reception in one of the parlors, after which he entertained them at a hastily arranged luncheon in a prlvato dining room. Later most of tho visitors made a pilgrimage to Fairview and were shown about tho Bryan home. Sifting the statements made by delegates after talking with Mr. Bryan, it may safely be stated that tho Democratic presidential candidate will leave tho platform makers and the canvass alone. Only urgent necessity, such as might threaten tbo passage of a plank repugnant to what the Nebraskan considers progressive Democratic doctrines, or a considerable move in favor of some candidate whose views and political practice were antagonistic to the platform, would constrain Mr. Bryan to interfere. FIVE KILLED IN COLLISION Seven Hundred Closing In on Band That Attacked Garrison at Palomas. Between Thirty and Forty Persons Seriously Injured. Knobnoster, Mo. five persons were killed and at least thirty-si- x were moro or less injured two miles east of here today when the fast California special train from St. Louis, on tho Missouri Pacific, collided with tho St. Louis special train from Kansas City. Both trains were going at full speed. A. Strang, train dispatcher at Sedalla, issued an order for tho trains to meet at Knobnoster. Later this order was changed and the meeting place fixed at Lamonto, seven miles east of here. Whether the dispatcher at Sedalla failed to deliver the last train order to the crew of the St. Louis train or the operator at Lamonto erred in not flagging the tra'n, or the engineer of tho St. Louis train believed the train on the siding v-- s the one he was to meet is a matter tor ptlicial investigation. BRYAN'S FRIENDS ARE ANGRY El Paso, Texas Seven hundred Mexican soldiers from Casas Gran- closing In are Wednesday des on the band of 50 revolutionists that attacked Palomas, in Chihuahua. It Is believed that the revolutionists will be wiped out. The attack on Palomas is the only fresh outbreak of the revolutionists. It was the work of a band wholly dis tinct from those that attacked Viesca and Las Vacas. One revolutionist was killed' and several wounded. Only 18 In Garrison. The garrison at Palomas had only 18 men, but they wero well prepared for the attack. The revolutionists threw a number of bombs, but nearly all of them failed to explode. One exploded in the telegraph office. LEAPED FROM HOSPITAL ROOF. While It is believed that the prema ture commencement of hostilities lias New York Specialist Was Under Prinipped the revolution in the bud, vate Treatment. Jaurez and Columbus, two towns that are said to be marked for attack, are York Dr. Peter V, BurNew prepared to resist the revolutionists. nett, a specialist In diseases of the Government troops have been rushed eye, car and throat, having an office In nrooklyn, committed sulcido Monto both places. day by suddenly leaping from the roof garden of the Mount Slnal hospital In Revolutionist Makes Statement. this city, whero he was under private Is "Wednesday Texas Austin, Mexico' s great day that is, to see treatment for a nervous breakdown. Dr. Burnett bad been In the awakening of liberty. It is the day Mexicans will celebrate as you for some tlmo, owing to the exactions are preparing to celebrate on Satur- of a large practice. He was graduday. The seeds of revolt against the ated from New York university in tyrant Dlax have been sown. Wednes- 1876. He was formerly a reporter. day begins the harvest Beforo night Killed by Negro Policeman. I believe the knell of DIat' reign will 111. Chicago, Because ho obhave been sounded." jected to tho nrrcKt of a white man This was tho declaration of Thomas by a negro policeman and led a numP. Labrada, Mexican revolutionary In attack upon the officer, promoter, who has been engineering ber of men Edward Smith, a teamster, was shot uprising. the threatened Mexican by Policeman Mlrtell Par'There are 35.000 revolutionists pos and killed sessing arms," Labrada continued. ker at West Madison and Aberdeen Monday night Parker had atand 40,000 more waiting to Join us streets tempted to arrest Thomas Qulgley, when arms and ammunition can be of an Ice wagon, who had obtained. Hundreds of soldiers arc driver only waiting the proper moment to broken down a barrier erected beforo some freshly laid asphalt pavement, Join the revolutionary cause. I believe and started his team aefoss the street. we will surely win." Crowds Cheer Giant Airship. Frledrlchshafen A message from says Switzerland, that Luzern, Count von Zeppelin Is maneuver ing over that city and the Lake of Luzern in his stecrable balloon. Tourists and the local population have gathered on tho lako front and aro cheering tho enormous air craft as It circles over tho lake, apparently under the absolute control of Its pilots. It was Count von Zeppelin's Intention to remain In the air all day. It Is understood that tho proposed voyage to Mayence will bo postponed for a week or two, owing to the necessity of accumulating an adequate supply of gas. Sherman to teave Thursday. Ohio It has been Cleveland, definitely decided that Congress J. S. Shermun, Republican candldato for who Is recovering from a ten days' illness here, will leave for his homo In Utlca, N. Y., Thursday morning. Mr. Sherman has almost entirely recovered his strength and expresses himself as feeling In good health again. Mitchell. S. D. Tho little town county, Brulo In of Pukwana, about r.O miles west of Mitchell, on the Chicago. Milwaukee k St Paul railroad, wns almost destroyed nt 11 o'clock Saturday night by a tornado. No one was Injured. Iletwecn 12 and 15 stores and homes were destroyed, and there was not a house In the Two town that was not damaged. down wero blown large elevators across the Milwaukee track, covering a freight car. The railway station was wrecked. On the ranch of Carpenter Sandborg. adjoining thetown on tho north, all buildings but two were destroyed, entailing a loss exceeding nOO.000. The tornado was accompanied by rain and hall, which covered a strip of country three miles wide. The entire farming country In tho path of the was ruined. A coal car stand ing on the Milwaukee tracks was halt filled with hailstones. A small tornado was reported ten miles east of Mitchell, but the damago was slight hall-stor- Bt Petersburg Moro than 200 contestants havo already been killed certain to re and a bloody mnssarro suit at Tabriz, Persia, according to a dispatch received here. According to tho dispatch tho fight Ing stnrted Tuesday night when a largo force of tho Shah's troops lay slego to Tabriz, a city of 175.000 population, which was In thu hands of tho revolutionists. Tho rebels put up a stubborn fight and stood tho shah's forces off for several bourn. The dispatch stated that at night fall a general advauco was ordered and the fall of the city Is regarded as Inevitable. At this stage of the trouble alt wire communication was cut off, and It Is believed tho tele graph station was wrecked by n shell. The shah's forces aro under com mand of Ilachln Khan, who Is sup ported by several thousand Cossacks and horsemen. A tnotsacro and pit lage at Tabriz Is certain to result If the city falls. All day Tuesday the revolutionists worked In tho streets throwing up barricades and erecting temporary earthworks outsldu tho city They are without discipline, howover, poorly armed and are not regarded as any match for Ilachln Khan's tcml bar baric troopers. WRIGHT ASSUME8 CHARGE Tllches do not delight us so r,4rJ their possession, as torment u wun tneir joss, urcrory. Tvlth FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN FIVE DEAD IN A viDIA. E. PINKllAM No other rncdicino hna Taft Turns Over War Portfolio to His successful in rdlovinp tho 8U! CLOUDBURST. 3ucc'jtar. tm rt 1 Dozen Others Are Misting as Result of Torrent In Wellington, Kan. Wichita. Kns. Five known dead, a scoro missing and supposed to havo been swept away In the rush of waters, CO head of railroad grado-horsedrowned, houses swept from foundations and floating around In tho water, entailing enormous damage, crops and machinery ruined, several miles of track washed away these are the results of a combined cloudburst nt Wellington, Kan., last mid s night Kxtent of the damage cannot be as certained at present The catastrophe was preceded by light rains, which drove the people from the streets, consequently nobody was ablo to tell just what did happen. Battleships Assemble at Frisco. Francisco, Cal. Twelve of the 1G battleships of the Atlantic fleet, which Is to start on July on the voyage from San Francisco to Hampton roads, are now In San Francisco harbor. The other four are expected to arrive from northern waters during the coming week. The battleships now here aro the Connecticut, Vermont, Georgia, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Kentucky, Ijiulslana, Kansas and Minnesota. San Publication of New Yorkers' Resolution a Bombshell. Denver, Colo. Charging that Alton B. Parker's resolution of tribute to the memory of tho lato President Grover Cleveland Is a clever move on tho part of the enemies of Wm. J, Bryan to In-fu- factional feeling into the Democratic national convention, friends of the Nebraskan today determined to offer a resolution of a character designed not to raise controverted political Issues. Through control of the temporary organization of the convention, the Bryan following expects tohavo Its resolution brought to tho attention of the delegates immediately after the speech of the temporary chairman has been delivered. In that event, the Parker resolution would have to be offered as a substitute, if submitted at all, and tho Bryan men declare that the New York delegation would thereby be placed in the attitude of attempting, under the gulso of eulogizing a great party leader, to create strife and dissension and to make harmony impossible. GROVER "CLEVELAND'S WILL Cashier Played Stock Market. Atlantic City, rj. J. Itobert Jr., cashier of tho Marino Trust Co. of this city, was arrested Sundny, charged with a defalcation of $20,500. He made a confession, In To Punish "Divine Healer." which he Raid he played the stock Lako City, Utah The law market; that one loss followed another Salt against manslaughter has been In- until he was hopelessly Involved. Ho voked to punish Charles Titus, Is under $11,000 ball for trial In Oca "dlvlno healer," who it Is alleged tober. permitted two of his small children to die from diphtheria without mediSecretary Root at Muldoon's, cal attendance. A third Is very 111 New York Secretary of Stntc from tho dlseaso. A warrant for Titus' Kllhu Boot Is at William Mularrest was Issued Monday afternoon. doon's health Institution White Plains again for a course of medicine-bal- l Plnckneyvllle Block Burns. throwing, hard walking and ridPlnckneyvllle, III. An entire block ing, cold shower baths and plain buildings on Walnut of street cooking. Ho went there on Saturday, was destroyed by Are early Mon-du- not because he needed It this time morning. The loss Is $25,-00- as he did last year, but because ho with less than $2,000 Insurance. obtained so much benefit then that Tho flro Ih belloved to bavo been of he and his physician decided a short incendiary origin, as two cash reg- course of Prof. Muldoon's curriculum isters In tho burned building were each year would' bo a good thing. found opon and rifled. Fashionable Club Raided. Ostend A sensation Chinese and Smugglers Caught. has been Los Angeles, Cal. Three Mexicaused hero by a doIIco raid on cans, alleged to bo members of a fashionable club under the nntl- an organized gang of Chinese smug- gambling law. One hundred ami fifty glers, and six Chinese charged with persons who wero presont were takon being Illegal In this country, were Into custody, tho doors were sealed up and $10,000 In stakes whs seized. turned over to the United States horo Monday by immigration A similar uctlon was taken at another club. officers of San Diego county. Judge Upholds Snell Decision, liloomlncton. III. Judco Solon Phlll. brick overruled the motion for a new trial In tho Col. Tom Snell will enso, after hearing a lengthy nrgumont by the lawyers representing the executor. Tho arguments wero based upon Improper Instructions and other techni cal points. Auguttana Honor Gov, Johnson, St. l'uiil. Minn. Cm- - iiiim ia , uwiut son was notified that AuKUHtunu Hook Island, III., had conferred on bltu thu degree of doctor of laws. s, Been Made Public. Now York. The will of Grover Cleveland lias been filed with tho surrogate of Mercer county, N. J., and will bo probated within ten days, when Mrs. Cleveland will come to Princeton from her mother's home in Tamworth, N. II., where she hus been stuylng glace the- former "prceldent's death. Thu amount of tho estate could not lit) learrdjjtut It I stated that it U larger than liftherto supposed, and would provide comfortably for Mrs. CUvuluud and thu children. Amount of Ills Fortune lias Not Sentenced to Take 30 Baths. Haskell Pardons sick Man. Youkers, N. J. "Thirty days and Guthrie, Okla. Oov. Haskell paa bath every day" was the sentence roled W. O. Collins, servtng fourteen In court here for Jacob Dash, 1C years years In tho penitentiary for tho murold. .Tho boy's father said he was der of Nathan Marshall ntur Choctaw bo lazy he wouldn't undress or batbo City In 1902. Collins U In poor health and had been wearing a shirt six and It Is charged thut continued conmonths. finement would kill him. Found Dead Near Evansvllle, Ind, Hvansvlllu, Ind. Tho dead body of Kasper Kronimu. once u prominent busliioss man of tliU olty, was found In the woods near Wro and IndicaOfficial Killed by Sunstroke. Croelman, Saskatchewan a. I Kotchen, deputy minister of ugrleul-turof this provlnco.-diet us tho at a sunstrlk received while Judu-lu& plowing match. ro-tulg Mist r fr1Ynr uino testimonials tut hrti Lydial Washington, D. C- - Win. H. Taft. rKctnhlu Cnmpouri no longer bearing an official title, I'liiUlKUii in every community yoii wtj j formally transferred tho affairs of tho luivn been rrsL?rJ women War Department to Secretary Luke E. health who by Lytlla E. PiiikhaKs -Wright Wednesday and gave himself JUmu-.-l eretabio over entirely to the work of training otic- youumiixmntl. meet hna cither he presidential race. At noon Uted by it, or hna friends wL:ii !r for tho L both tho Secretary and tho In Uio Pinkham Lnl-rtary were at the War Department. Lynn.MnssnniMvomntinuydjVitiI Secretary Wright, already In touch co monies containing over cry: with the departmental affairs and tho lion ono hundred thousand k' main problems of Panama nnd Cuba, from women seeking health, ; took his oath of office and got Into horo aro tho letters in whu the harness. An Informnt reception openly fitnto over their own r followed, Taft Introducing officers of iuivb wiiii, uiur wurccuivw Lit tho army and departmental chiefs who k. llnklinms Vegetnblo ( had not already met the Secretary. Lydia E. Ilnkham's Wr'-Copound has saved mat: v v . CZARINA IS SERIOUSLY ILL. from surgical operations. Lydia E. Hnkham's Vcr: Fear of Assassins Has Broken Her Cbmpound is uiado from nc'icl herbs, without drugs, and U w !i Health Completely, It Is Said. M some and harniles. St. Petersburg uio reason wuy l.vuia t. r From n rellablo source It Is learned the Czarina, ham's Vegetable Comnourd u 111 as a result tfSJP of worry over tho ,wrlU successful Ls liecnuM it contA constantly surrounding her and tho gradient which "Act direct! t Czar. Is really In gravo danger of uxo icminttuj organism, rcsur-f- i" to a healthy normal conillt' x h death. Women who aro stin"cn:ij: ft Fear of assassins, who dally threat' en an attack on tho palace and In uiosc distressing uispccuiuirt 1 .i , .... U..I.I ...i 1 numerous ways harass the nilor's facts or doubt tho ability cf l family, has caused the Czarlua to col- lapto several times recently, and E. 1'inkham'A Vegetable toiatw j physicians have been In attendance to restore their health. upon her constantly. Officials who arc closo to the Czar have sought to hide the real coudl i PosltvlycrW( tlons, and pass over the Czarinas 111 LlCllr ness as a mild attack. CARTERS (base !o r '"l Thfj trrufrutn Wright Machine Ready Soon. dlf.llouu.". Lcmans, France Wilbur Wright, Ifllnir A Ir"l the American aeronaut, announced ljr for DIM! M PILLS. TumlalhrM i HI, I)rr. Tuesday that his new machine will be ready within alx weeks, . IVJ 4 He will make one or two private trials J before admitting the public to the T!r rrraUU lbs UowcU. I'ure J Vert SMUUV-tests. In on Interview Tuesday he SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. claimed that any Intelligent ludlvldual Genuino Musi BJ could becoiiiH a proficient manipulator CARTERS Facsimile SigMS't of his machlno In a few 'weeks. Ho said ho wns convinced that tho mono YlVER piano is a mistake. REFUSE SUBSTIW Moroccan Chief Tortured. Fez, Morocco Abd Kl Malek, the chief of the expeditionary force, who was captured by the follower of Mulal Hafld, was subjected to horrible torture on account of his refusal to, surrender. His captors ANTISEP wrapped in chains and left him hang Keem Ilia hrtilh. teeth, mouth wf( head downward while the lashed hlin antUepllcally clean and (res Mi Into Insensibility with whips, Healthy ierm-lll- e and iJiiireB which water, soap and tooth preff Killed Deputy Sheriff. aioae cannot Uo. A Chester, Pa. During a quarrel at ertnioldal. distil-lectin- s' and deodar. near hero, David Trainer, Murphy, Jr., Tuesday shot and killed Dep- izial toilet reauiiito Jfr." oi exceptional exuty Sheriff Darvln Speuco. Tho shoot- cellence and coon ing attracted a largo crowd, mombers omy. Invaluable of which took sides In the fight and for inflamed eyes, a rcsorve forco of deputies was called Ihroatand nasal and uterine catarrh. At drug and toilet Pennsylvania Brakemen Notified. stores, SO cents, or New Castle, Pa. Over 100 Penn- by mill postpaid. sylvania brakemen, laid on last Large Trial Simla fall, wero Tuesday notified by that itm "miuth and tiiuir" aoo "", company to report for work ut once THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Bostci to tho assistant trainmaster horo. Fifty firemen wen recently put to work. ' a itl m SICKHEADAGK YlVER H Ton-.:n- jyiu.8. TOILET ii,. col-leg- tions point to suicide. Great Lakes Miners Resume, Kittuunlng, Pa. After a protracted Idleness, thu mlncB of tho Greut ltkos Coal Co. nt Kuylor, near hero, have beeu put Into oporutlon, employing 1,400 men. mm U DECEPTION IN MOVE RETURN TO WILDCAT CURREfCY. Vicious Kentucky Gleanings. Most Important News Gathered From All Features Contained In Bill Pasted by the Republicans, of the State. Parts CUT OFF. FUTILITY OF THE "AFTER ELECTION1' TALK. GOV. WILL80N'S STAFF it and Orqanlxe Were Entertained uy col. Hendrlck. Ky.--(low rankfort, Wlllson's per il staff met hero for tlio first tlmo ornanlzed, They wcro entortalnofl Jlnner liy Col, Iluford Hendrlck. InR t ho dlnnor Informnt speeches mndo by tho Kovcrnor nnd mem of the staff. me cotnplolo stntf Is as follows: itnnt Rcnoral, 1. V. Johnston; rs nt iid Jul nnt Roneral, I.Iro Oreen: ndvocslc general, V. 0. Dear- OT Louisville; I)r Frnnk lioyd, l'a-- I Mh. siirspon! floorcn A. NVwnirui. KT, McUonnld, Thoinns II. Hays, svuio, j, w. .Mccunocn, uwcni' n; Otto A. Drclth, Newport; T. A. nM, AshlHiid; O. II. Ilnrrovcs, Owens- iiarsnce u. .Manuel, iinrion is. 3r, (.' H f) .Millard, A. II. r.Rnn, J. irVett, W I Scmple. W, K. Kopp. ivllln; lluford Hendrlck, Frank- Milton H. Young, Lexington; Ik Coles. Ashland. Mfc HAU 'tM. In Itewart Finds Old Bonds Deposit Box. His pklnsvlllo, Ky. In looking over moors kept In a safely deposit n tho bank of Hopkins vllte. Dr. .Stewart, of Fnlrvlew, found six Uy of Ilopktnsvllln bonds of an ,of 1S70 and bearing Interest at ita of 7 per cent, which he did snow that ho owned. Twenty- atipons are still attached to tho They are each of MOO faco and matured In 18!0, and why kwero not canceled at that tlmo is sown, as tho ontlro Issue with eptlon was railed In upon tho itlon of the 20 years for which sad been Issued, Tho bonds at ty, with Uio accrued Intcrcs', arlh 1 1,125. Tho city council has stcd a special coinnilttoo to look lit matter and mako sottlomcnt )r, Stewart. Lover Shoots Himself. sburo, Ky "You will he sorry talking to me, ' With this nt to a young woman Porcy 22 years of age, stepped from tho porch of a country horns a party was belnR given, and a bullet through his heart. It that Smlloy was jealous of his rt, believing that sho was too much attention from oth- lous o. i til '?rac mm ' ) mmmeir (Location of New Berea. nUtfwhwlllp, Ky In a speech beforo tlonal Colored Teachers' nfso-Rl'resldenl Frost, of llcrea col- M that since the Madison coun- Is forbidden to educato nc-fwlth whites It was likely the (will bo located hore nnd called VsBcrca." About 1320.000 of tho tatjarau IJ, required has been collected. 1 telegram from excursionists wif; jkoned by eating Ico cream at ..at that place. Many wcro seriously 111, uid It Is fearel t&wlll die. The excursion was Rdnnatl. Physicians from Pan- iMtcholasvlllo and Harrodsburg ifswnmoued. A 'Jt finy Ky WsanWort, rononcu. CO MtsjlrldKO says H jBIg Bunch For Owen. Iton, Ky Seventy thousand n Ihavo been paid tobacco county who had crops rlth tho Society of Equity, the largest payment to any tho whlto hurley belt. Over ls due that county on tho l'JOG grow-ppwe- ton, Ky. Capt. B. T. Jar- rbo has just loot his million- rubstake lawsuit at Seattle, r owned Woodlawn, the great irm hero, for which ho paid Whllo this suit was pending Who property and left hero. gr's Commission Arrived. 1lle, Ky A commission for told Kentucky Estate. Republican Leaders Ready Enough to Promise Tariff Reform In the Hope Newsapera Are Now Barred From of Once More Deluding Kentucky Prison, the Voters. Frankfort, Ky. Warden B. 13. Mndd, nt the state penitentiary, has Issued It's Tory comlcol toacotho onxloty for orders that convicts shall rccolvoonly it somo Republican polltlclanH their home papers and that papers of tariff reform. Thero Is Undo 8hclby general circulation now entering tho Mooro Cullom, of Illinois, who has boen senator from Illinois for tho past prison will bo cut off. This order was Issued, tho warden 24 years, and a member of thohouso of says, to preserve discipline. So much representatives for 18 years befora has been published In tho papers about that, now says "wo must havo tariff the nlleged mistreatment of convicts reform." Undo Shelby probably does not that tho Inmates havo almost been caro whether "tho principle of protecthrown Into mutiny. Tho dangor tho guards are In can tion" Is again Indorsed by tho Repubhardly bo realized, say tho ofTlclals. lican parly, or whethor a maximum Hatdly a week passes but that from and minimum tariff, which would raise a peck to a halt bushel of knives and tho tariff hlchor, is tho outcome "after slungshots are not gathered from tho election," but he wants It understood prison cells. It would bo Imposslblo that befor? election ho is for reform for tho 1,400 prisoners to bo controlled 3f thfc ooldcst kind without specifying by the f0 guards wcro It not that what schedules shall bo abolished or many convicts are loyal to them. revised. Your Uncle Shelby Is no better or FIREMEN'S JOBS worso than tho averago Republican politician, and his bold pronounccmoat Are Demanded By Mayor Skaln H for tariff reform "immediately after Says City Hss Been "Stuck." election" Is a strong Indication that tho great majority of tho pcoplo ot Islington, Ky. Mayor John Skaln Illinois havo bcon clamoring for tariff asked for tho resignation of all flnv reform beforo election, and that it men of tho city of Lexington, exclu- Is the part of wisdom to try and sive ot the officers ot tho department. them with a promlso for the tuThere aro 42 firemen, and tho mayor, tu ro. In an Interview, said that he had reCon the peoplo of Illinois be kept in ceived all ot tho resignations. lino for the Republican party again "My principal reason for requesting by promises? What will thoy do to these resignations is because I do not Undo Shelby and tho other Repubintend that tho taxpayers of tho city lican politicians who reprcsont them shall be sued by firemen who aro If their favorite son, Undo Joe Canfrom service for any reason non, is speaker again, and whatever," said the mayor. "In the persists In appointing n stand pat administration of Mayor Combs thero ways and means commltteo like the were suits broufht against tho city present ono that laughs and gibes which In attorney fees and othorwlaa at tariff reform of tho slightest kind? cost tho city dearly." Uncle Joo Is backed by nil the power and money of tho trusts, and nothStockholder Sues. ing but a political revolution will unLexington, Ky. B. I Lcnnlng filed against W. J. horse him. suit In the circuit court In fact, nothing but a Democratic Loughrldge and II. W. Ilowman, as majority In congress, continued for at ofllcers ot the niue Grass Tobacco Co., least four years, will reform tho tariff. for IR.600, alleging he paid for !0 It the Democrats control tho houss shares ot stock In tho company; that of representatives ot the next congress the defendants sold these shares ot and pass a tariff reform bill, your tht- - common capital stock to him and Undo Sholby will probably vote In tho In so doing misrepresented tho finanagainst It. Rut even it he, company and led scnato by cial condition of the public opinion, should voto forcod Mm to bellore that the company woj for a tariff reform bill, them aro moro In a solvent condition und trco from than enough frlendVi ot the trusts and debt at a tlmo when be bought th3 combines in tho senate to defeat it stock. It Is safo to say that practically every Republican In tho senate and Feather Taken From Child's Neck. Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. Sovnral days ago house would voto against a Democratan Infant son of Ilobt. Masou was at- ic tariff reform measure, just as they tacked and grew critically til. A kr.ot havo refused to consider tho bills for appeared just under tho car. It was reforming tho abuses ot that tariff poulticed for several dayn, when It de- that wcro before the commltteo at the veloped Into a boll from which a session just ended. Thoro was the goose feather two Inches long worked trill to rcduco tho tariff rates that excut. Tho family nro at a loss to know ceed 100 por cent., and tho bill to where tho child got tho feather, un- abolish tho duty on wood pulp nd less In bed, and have no ktiowledRO print paper were never reported from of the length of tlmo It took to work tho commltteo that Speakor Cannon appointed and controlled. through. It is no good to try and fool the peoplo with promises all tho tlmo. If Jail Delivery Threatened. Paducah, Ky. Threats by night ri- they wont tariff reform they must not ders to release Dr. B. Champion from only elect a Democratic house of rep jail at Donton, where ho Is serving iv resentatives, but a Democratic major year for "night riding" In Marshall ity In tho scnato also. Tho people ot county, havo caused the authorities to Illinois will have tho opportunity of of Senator pluce a heavy guard over tho building. defeating tho Tho streets are cleared early nt ulgbt, Hopkins this fall, It they really want tariff reform, but they will have to and guards use their clubs If any elect a Democratic stato legislature Is offered. to do so. There are over 20 states that will havo a similar opportunity. Heeded the Warning. Morgantown, Ky. Chas. Hates, a la Rut will thoy do It? Two years lator borer, found a bundlo ot switches and they will elect 30 mere United States a note signed "Regulators" at his door, sonators and It will need a majority tolling him It he and his entire family ot these to bo Democrats to assure Any reform ot value did not move In les than two days his tariff reform. back would pay tho penalty. Ho U that will prevent tho trusts from charging high prices, or from soiling moving to another neighborhood. cheaper abroad than at homo, will novor come from tho Republican party Want An Immigration Agent. Frankfort, Ky. At a meeting of tho as now constituted. Tho voters who want reform will stato board of agriculture, forestry and immigration here a resolution was havo to bo steadfast In well doing, for adopted authorizing tho commissioner, It will tnko a long pull and a strong pull to forco tho trusts to glvo up their M. C. Rankin, to employ on Immigration agent for Kentucky, ul a cost not stranglo hold on tho American peoplo, to exceed 12,000 a year. con-solo CONVICTS Tho Republican jnrty as represented in congress has passed a currency bill that wilt eventivilly plaguo them. All tho Democrats nnd 14 Republicans otcd agalnsf It'ln the houso, and Senator La Follotte tried to talk It to denth In tho sonatc, whoro four Republican sonators nlso voted against It, It must bo a very bad bill that would forco such a large number ot Republicans to bolt their party on tho ovo ot a national olcctlon. It Is a great victory for tho Rockefollor Interests And tho chlof foature ot it, which was In tho original Aldrich bill tho Issuo of currency with railroad and othor bonds as socurlty by Individual banks will glvo tho National City bank control ot millions to furSuch ther rig tho stock markot. bonds aro to bo accepted at 90 per cont, ot their market value, and wo may be suro that tho price of such bonds will bo boosted accordingly, whatever their real vnluo may be. Tho asset, or wildcat currency schemo of the bill, Is Intended as a sop to tho asset Bchool of finance, and commercial paper Is to be accepted as security for currency at 75 per cent, of Its faco value. Tho Attempt to mako tho bill popular by tho requirement that the banks pay one per cenL on government doposlts Is made harmless to tho big banks which nro government depositaries for they aro not required to pay oven this small Interest rate. How vicious tho bill is will take time to develop, for even tho experts of tho United States treasury do not yet know Its full powors. The New York banks are organizing to be roady to issuo currency under its provisions, and from their hasto to do so, there Is fear that a recurrence of the panic Is possible. It must bo remombercd that tho Unltod States treasury will be In no condition to assist tho banks when the annual squcezo for monoy comes this fall. What a financial mess the Republican party has produced by Its tlnkorlng methods. DEMOCRATIC Underwood Standard Typewriter HISTORY: AU now models of typewriters since tho UNDERWOOD becamo prominent, haYe boon of Underwood form risible I writing. OLD PROPHECY: Years ago a bold prophecy was made "TITE MACHINE $ YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY IS THE UNDERWOOD." Thi9 is rapidly becoming history. $ J NEW PROPHECY: Ail old style machines will soon bo superseded by derwood form visible writing machines. 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Its position Is already Tho Democratic party must mako a seriously threatened by Republican sentiment, which appears In various parts ot tho country to favor an enforcement of section 2 ot the fourteenth amendment to tho constitution. This would reduce the representation In congress and in tho electoral college of those states in which the negro has been disfranchised. Tho Ohio Republican platform contains a plank on tho subject, nnd Representative Ketfer ot that stato has Introduced Into congress a bill to tho same purpose. This mcasuro was, of course, not passed at tho recent session, but If tho country should go overwhelmingly Republican next fall It will unquestionably bo heard ot again. If tho second section ot the fourteenth amendment wero enforced, tho In congress south's representation would be reduced from 98 to CI, and thero would bo a proportional reduction in electoral votes. At present thero are only 37 Democrats in congress, outside of Now York city. Unless great Democratic gains aro made in the north, the Democratic party will bo reduced to something like 100 members In congress, and Its influenco In national politics will bo greatly lessened. Chicago Journal (Rep.) Extravagance of Congress. In opposing the president's proposition for four moro battleships In tho present session of congress Representative Tawnoy ot Minnesota said that "In preparation for wcr tho United States, with an army ot 52,000 men and a navy ot 43,000. Is expending this year only $66,000,000 less than England, with an army ot 204,000 men nnd a navy of 129,000 men; only less than Germany, with her nrmy of 000,000 and her navy of 62,000, and wo aro spending J2.6S3.000 moro thnn France, with her army of 550,000 mon and her navy of 58,000." Theso are portentous words for the Repub lican party, which Is In control ot all branches ot tho government. Tho man who uttorod them Is chairman ot the houso appropriations commltteo and one of the Republican leaders ot that chamber. Moreovor, tho appropriations for tho army and navy which ho denounced thus when they were bo fore the houso havo been increased since that time. They aro larger than In any year excopt during tho civil war and the Spanish war periods. This Immense outlay In time ot profound peaco Is, considering the relatively diminutive slso ot our army and navy, discreditable to tho Republican party, and may prove dangerous to It. Leslie's Weekly. Nobody I Will Build YouaHome t ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. X : : : ! It will pay you ft Invuflgaii this plan. It will intirtst yau If you ara paying rant. I carry tho only complete line of bulldlncr material, builder's hardware, sash and doors to be found in the city. My prices are right. You be the judge; call and see. f i t : ... OUR STOCK -- Absolutely IS COMPLETE THE BEST- - AND ... Hillionaire Canned Goods. rieinzfs Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Call on or telephone us when In need of GROCERIES. FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. rank Taylor, of Glasgow, D.the custom house here.. It at he was qualified to act as gust 4, through Kentucky to satisfy rof the Louisville port and col- - new uud Increased claims, and that customs until the ending of TEO.000 has been deposltod tu tuo hanks at present. session of tho aennto. New Hospital Plans. fwo More Pardoned. Louisville, Ky. Plans for u new city ort, Ky, After serving 17 :an sentenco for kill- - hospital will be presented to tho mayFletcher, his cousin, Her rod or by a committee of physicians. Tho of of Mugotlln county, was par- - report provides for six pavilionshall-rays Dm tho penitentiary here by two wardi each, separated by arranged with germ-proo- f dv. Cox. Willie Thornton was loncd, , or- do- - Negroes May Defeat Taft. Big Money Coming. In view ot Sonator Foraker's appeal Louisville, Ky. Pension Agent A. T. Wood received notlco that J 1,000,-00- 0 to the negro voters to opposo Roosewill ho distributed, beginning Au- velt and Taft In tho campaign ot 190S, IV New President Elected. Brokers Suspend, Ky, Poor Lexington, Ky. Dr. It. H. Crossfleld, business lllo, ha suspension hero nf tho ot Owcnsboro, was elected president Commission Co. Amos U. of tho Trunsylranla university hero In luannxer. Tho linn dealt to succeed Dr. Hurrls A. Jenkins, who , bonds, grain and cotton on resigned two yours ugo becr.uso ot 111 on. health. Jockey Club Wins. Ille, Ky, County Judgo Peter ttho assessment of tho now Jockey club from fir.0,000 DO. This Is tho old figure ot Hiuent, but tho last hoard of supervisors raised it ? 42,000. Republican Call. rllng, Ky. It. II. Winn, stato Look Out For the Spizzer. lias UHUtd u, call for a meet- ixuilsvllle, Ky. Independence day tho republican stale central olnhued Its first victim hero In llltlo to bo bold In Louisville. lo.year-olMary Kohlmelur. Sho was 2 o'clock. A campaign coin- - fatally burned by fireworks while playIll be chosening with u duvlco called n "aplzzor." d - Butler For Helm. Morgnntown, Ky. Tho democratic convention instructed thU county's delegates to tho Third Congressional District convention, at Rowling Urceii, Juno 30, for W. A. Helm. It also adopted resolutions on tho death ot drover Cleveland. and tho manifest Inclination ot tho negroes to act In nccordanco with Forakor's advice, the Provldenco Jour nal gives some Interesting statistics ot the rotating to tho distribution negro population ot American cities. From this It appears that Mound City, 111., has tho largest porcentage of negroes In its population ot any other city, the percentage In 1900 bolng 43 In somo other cities It Is vory large, as shown by tho following table: Cairo, 111., 40 per cent; Washington, D. C, 31 per cent.; Now ttrleans, La., 27 per cent.; Atlantic City, N. J 23.5 per cent.; Baltimore, Md., 15 per cent.; Bvansvlllo, Ind., 13 per cent.; Indian- spoils. Ind., 0.5 por cent.; Columbus, O., 6.5 por cent.; SL Louis, Mo., 6 per cent.; Philadelphia, Pa., 5 por cent.; Pittsburg, Pa., 4.5 por cent.; Cincinnati, O., 4.5 por cont.; New York, N. Y., 2 per cent.; llostou, Mass., 2 per cent.; Chicago, ill., 2 por cent.; Clovo- land, O., 1.5 por cent.; Dotrolt, Mich- 1.5 por cent The number of nogroes In Pnltlmore Is 79.000; In Philadelphia, 02,000; lu Now York. C0.000; In SL Louis, 35.000; In Chicago, 30,150; In Pittsburg, 20,- 355; lu Cincinnati, 14,000; in Dostou, TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. Ramago, deoaased.) flarble and Granite flonuments CURB1NO, HICKflAN, STONE WORK of all : : j kinds, IRON FENCINQ. KENTUCKY Beware of Imitations." Small Solace for Editors. has been foolod by tho de cision of tho special commltteo on the pulp and paper question, after a month ot Investigation, that still moro tlmo Is required to study a Tory sim ple subject. This conclusion was when tho commltteo was created and there has never been any occasion to doubt that It would faithpurpose. fully fulfill Its appointed Republican editors Somo credulous may havo expected favor In Jholr own 11.000. Evidently tho nogroes, led by Fora particular tariff needs as a roward for kor, will bo nn important factor In tho strouuous work to prevent a broader coming election. It half of them voto attack on tho great wall of protection. against Taft, ho will be defeated at It they did they undorstaud tho situation better now. the polls lu Novombor. "Star Flour" Made by Besheres Sc Jaokson, Columbus, Ky. Better than seems Necessary Aslc your dealer for Star Flour. Erery iound ot It 1 positively gusrantood. Made from select winter wheat. Mose Barkett, Agt., Hickman, Ky THE HICKMAN COURIER Certra Wc.ttrn Kentucky Like the Dew" Dangers t'ome wlidii lcrnt rtpoi'tnl. la yniir tt houM home lnnrnl you nmy lt noil to burn mil of Defective Plumbing W. 0. SPEER and J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietor. ONE DOLLAR EnUrrd PER YEAR , CASH IN ADVANCK. t the Hickman, Kentucky, mail matter pottotflce m tecond-clas- s It Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! rep-roo- . T Arc limps? Wag, JnlD II WBB too Into nftoi' lli lire. tti" 11KST rnntnnnli' In the mnkr in low rntc nml prompt M'ttli'inoiitK ii nny of them. I H. R. T. TYLER, Agt. Quarterly Report tin' -- of the Funner .1 of liunlne (lix-oui- Mcrolmiits Hunk nt on tlio ;Hli ilny of I W.HI! Ill 71 I Iiiih hihI 'verilr ifl. ltKSOintOHS niniTUnil 1'iie from Nnt'l Ikiiikh I 'lie from Slntc llnuki mil' Ibinkt'r Imp from Trut eompnnli1 ItMiiklmr Hoii-- e nml Iot other ItenI Ktnte VJri fizU Pfi 103 H y utlH-- t'lirrem-Kxchiinire specie V. N. ltoml r St(X'k MortiHW II n,ow7 II ijlll Ul (II 0 U) lUHl ItOIMlM !l IK "l51bl7l8t; for clenrlHiia oilier Item; enrrUMn raali furniture nml fixture to pny linen $y7l V.AI1 ti - I'nrrenl ter expem-e-s lint quar$ H.SK1 10 10S SI (I II) II III 0 Ul SVt I.IAHII.ITIHS Cnpltnl (.took paid in. In euli Surplu HuimI I mllvlded prolltn Hue depositors n follows, vli: Cleveland. Iepolt nulijeot to check not (on i Grover paidwhich liilWretl The death of Iiepoilti xulijeet to check Cleveland last Thursday brings to ion which IntereHt I paid eert lllcnten of dea sudden end the phenomenal career I leiuaud (on which Interposit: of one .of the stiongest characters cut I paid known to the political world during Time certificate of de- posits ion which InterU paid! the present generation. Like every rertllled check commanding figure, he had zealous I'ue National Hanks supporters and earnest opponents, Hue Mate tanks and luinkurs Due trust companies but those who differed from him were OnshlerV check outctandlnir 26l27l28!293d!31l)Yc IliiMM nt I iuy I 0 ul W W, 177 2U 0 ID 0 et 0 ltd) IX) Oi) 010 0 () 0 to I) as ready as his warmest friends to concede to him the possession of elements of leadership to an extraordinary degree. He was deliberate in action, firm in conviction, and ever ready to accept responsibility Few men have for what he did. exerted a more positive influence o n those associated with them. We are not far enough from the period in which his work was done to measure accurately his place in history, but the qualities which made him great are a part of the nation's heritage, and universal sorrow is felt it his death. Stephen Grover Cleveland, twice President of the United States, was born in Caldwell, Essex county, N. J.t March 18, 1837 On the paternal side he was of English origin. Moses Cleveland emigrated from Ipswich county, of Suffolk, England, in 1635, and settled at Woodburn, Mass. He was the founder of the family in America. Mr. Cleveland was the son of the Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland, a Presbyterian minister, who married Annie O'Neal.ylaughter of a Baltimore merchant, of Irish birth. Mr. Cleveland received an academic education and went to Buffalo in 1855. He became clerk in a law office, and was admitted to the bar in 1859. He was Assistant District Attorney of Erie county from 18636 and Sheriff of Erie county 1870-3- . On the expiration of his term as Sheriff Mr, Cleveland established a law office and in 1881 he was elected Mayor of Buffalo. His vetoes of extravagant appropriations led to his nomination and election as Governor of New York on the Democratic ticket the following year. In 1884 he was elected President of the United States over James G. Blaine, Republican. In 1888 as the Democratic nominee Mr. Cleveland was defeated, by Benjamin Harrison, repuplican. Mr. Cleveland returned to his law practice in New York, but in 1892 he was again nominated for President and defeated Benjamin Harrison, who had been nominated for a secondHerm. At the expiration of his second term Mr. Cleveland took up his residence at Princeton, N. J. Mr. Cleveland was married June 2, 1886, to Miss Frances Folsom, of Buffalo. The marriage took place at the White House. Taxes itrte and unpnld Capital Mock not paid rupaldtjlvldcnds I1I1U roill-count- iil 0 ID I) l hi n . Sl'rrLKMKNTAKY Mlulicst amount of ludelitedness of any stockholder, person, company or !lrm (Including In the Ilahlllty of the comtxiny or firm the Ilahlllty of the Individual memlier thereof directly or Indirectly. If such Indebtedness exceeds i per cent of capital stock actually paid In. and actual of surplus of that banktUO Indebtedness lllshest amount of otlk-er- . If the of any director or amount of such Indebtedness exceeds Hi per cent of paid up capl-tiOjiii stock of hand Does amount of Indebtedness of any person, company or firm. Including In the liability of the Urm or company the liability of the Individual members thereof, excapiceed !) per cent of paid-uNO tal and actual surplus Amount of last dividend.... llniUD Were all expenses, losse. Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend, and was not less than 10 per cent of net prollts of the Niuk for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund said dividend was declared? ll p YKS tirv.nx 2 J. A. Thompson, Cashier of the Farmers A Merchants Hank, a Hank located nml doing business at So. Clinton street In the City of Hickman, In Mild county, bclnir duly sworn, says the foregoing report ts In nil re spects n true statement of the condition of said Hank, at the close of business on the ami day of June Hum, to the liost of his knowledge and liollcf : niul further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere: mid that the above report Is made in comniianco with nn onicial notice re celved from the Secretary of Mate designating thciHth day oCluue, lnw, as the day on which sucu report snail oematie. J. A. TlioMiMo.v, Cashier. KuhkcrllMHl nnd sworn to U'fore me by J, A. Thompson the 1st day of July, in. O. T. Honiiuiiant, Notary I'ubllc. SKAI.l (J. lt.TllllK.LKKI.il ) J. T. A. I.KllKOItll V M. llruiiAiili ) 1)1 rectors One of the most enjoyable occas ions of the season was the reception given Friday evening by Miss Estelle Reneau in honor of her visitor, Miss Frankye Hemphill, of Miss Hemphill wore a Louisville. lovely blue satin dress and carried a large bunch of carnations. Miss Rene&u wore a beautiful dress of flowered organdy and received in Notice. I have purchased the grocery business of A. F. Oliver and will conduct the business at his old stand. I will be pleased to have my friends call and inspect my line. E. P. her usual charming and pleasant way. Punch was served in the dining room by Misses Miriam and Christine Luten. The large front porch, made as light as day afforded many comfortable chairs, settees, and cozy corners. Salmon's string band furnished music throughout s the evening, and merry and other light fantastic steps passed the tme hurriedly and. pleasantly. Favors of white carnati&ns were presented the ladies and red firecrackers, tied with blue and white ribbons, suggestive of the Fourth, were presented the gentlemen. Brick cream and cake were served. two-step- Wright. Be Sure You Are Right Then Go Ahead The first night rider conviction in the state was secured Monday when the jury returned a verdict of one year in the penitentiary in the case of Dr. E. Champion at Benton. Dr Champion, who is a prominent young physician of Lynn couuty, was accused of participating in the raid on Birmingham. Marshall county, last April, when John Cruggs, an aged negro and his few months old were shot and killed and several negroes whipped. grand-daughter When you Want Cream See That You Get HOABLEYS ...The Cream of Merit... You'll make no Mistake Hickman Drug Incorporate! Co. Mrs. W. W. Richmond and Wal-te- r Woods, of Clinton, Ky., were the guests of C. C. Smith and WANTED A position with some family last week. family, (reference required) for a R. S. Murrell, J. C. Sexton and girl IS years old. Would prefer home in the country. For further W. C. Speer, a part of the Courier particulars apply at this office or force, returned Sunday from a week's write C. C. Box 84, Hickman, vacation in North Missouri. lt-Ky. Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Gage C. L. Walker and wife, J. S. Dil- Hamilton and granddaughter have lon and wife, Mrs. Percy Joues, returned to Morgantown after a vlfclt Mrs. Will Barry, Miss Rubye Flem- to J. W. Rogers and family. ing and Ira Green, Misses Homer Misses Miranda and Oflena WilGreen and Frankye Reid, Ruth son, and Mrs. Fannie Shaw and Walker and Florence Barry, Swayne Dixie Robinson attended the celeWalker, Sam Barry and Ben Walk- bration in Columbus Saturday. er attended the Fourth of July Eld. W. H. Sheffer, of Memphis, celebration in Columbus Saturday, Tenn., will begin a revival meeting in Mr. Walker's making the trip at the Christion church Monday launch. evening, July' 27. A cordial welOn Tuesday evening, Mrs. L. P. come awaits you. Ellison entertained a large number STRAYED OR STOLEN Two of friends in honor of Mesdames, year-olheifer calf, hole in right Granville Hart, of Memphis, C. P. Shumate and Mollic Prather. There ear and split in left ear, white spot were nine tables of euchre, much in forehead, red and white spotted, interest being put in the progressive crumpled horns. IN out y Martha games. The unique score cards Rise Hickman; Ky. were Dutch figures, cut half Jn two, On Wednesday evening of last and partners were arranged by week, Mrs. C. F. Baltzer entettain-e- d matching cards. Burnt caramel the I. T. Club and Bachelor Girls in honor of her guest, Miss Pettre. cream and cake were served. The Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, of Raffles was played with much interHopkinsville, State Evangelist of est and enthusiasm. During the Kentucky, will begin a protracted games, punch was served. Refreshmeeting in Mount Hermon ct)utch ments, cream and cake. at aiaic .uine, jw., on tne tirst l The eight year old son of Mr. Lord's day in August. Elder Huds- - Manor, the restaurant man, while pcth comes to this church highly playing on the farming implements recommende l as an able pulpit ora on the east side of the Farmers' tor. The meeting will continue two Hardware Store, fell through a culweeks provided the interest demands tivator and broke his right arm. As it. The different denominations are he fell, his arm bent under him, with us in mak- breaking the smaller bone and bendurged to ing this the grandest and best meet- ing the larger one just below the ing in the history of the church. elbow, Medical aid was not obtainEveryone has a special invitation to ed for an hour and half. He is getattend these series cf meetings. ting along nicely. c d 4-- Case cleans clothes. A quite 4th in Hickman. Threlkeld's that's the place. Let Batts repair your harness. H. E. Curlin spent Sunday In Union City. Alfred McDaniel was In town a few days ago. E r Krlsp Cakes and Crackers at C H. Moore's. Old papers at this FOR SALE. office 15c a hundred. Miss Light Reid is visiting in Dorena, Mo., this week. Miss Pearl Pettus, of Union City, is the guest of Mrs P. B Curlin. Miss Frankye Hemphill, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Estelle Reneau. and son, Arthur, Mrs. of East Hickman, were on the sick list last week. Misses Nell Rogers and Gage Hamilton attended the celebration in Fulton Saturday. Engraved cards and embossed stationery and cards of every de scription at this office. Buy youy groceries of E. P. Wright at A. F. Oliver's old stand. He will treat you right. Mrs. Joe Amberg is visiting friends aud relatives at her former home in Paragould, Ark. To reduce our slipper stock, we will sell S2.50 tnd S3 00 values for SI. 98- .- Rice's Shoe Store. All kinds of repairs for sewing See Brock, Singer Mamaohines. chine agent, at Rice's store. A. G. Kimbro, Harry Manuel, Thurmond Pickett attended the celebration in Columbus Saturday. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Little Milton Bondurant, of East Hickman, who has had the whooping cough for some time is very sick. Friday evening, Mrs. L. P. Ellison entertained a few friends at euchre. An ice course was served. H P. Roberts, an official of the Mengel Box Co., and R. Schliecher, of Louisville, were here a few days ago. Misses Lula Petty, Ruth McConn, and Geneva Stovall. of May field, are the guests of D. B. Wilson and family. Murat Halstead, toremost as a leader of American journalism, died at Cincinnati, last Thursday, age 79 years. Jessie Batts has opened a harness repair shop near A. F. Oliver's old stand, and will appreciate a share of your business in this line. Miss Mary Savage, of Jackson, and Misses Susan E. Brandon and Mary Brandon, of Benton, Ky., are the guests of Miss Edna Carpenter. v-Red-man- New wheat 88c. Tel. No. 4 for groceries. See E. P. Wright at Olivers' old Defective plumbing permit! the entrance Into the house of icwer g bearing germi of con ttgfout diseaici to which the human lyitcm readily tuccumbi. Is Your Plumbing System Defective? Sewer gai li not neccMarily generated In the icwer, but It cTcated In the plumbing lyitem within the houe and the apartment! through defective fixtures. cntcri frequently , stand. Threlkeld's for hot and cold lunches. . Now we drop the subject of a snne Fourth." Miss Georgia Ctisick is visiting relntives in Nashvslle. Buck Rout en, of Route four, is on the sick list this week. Miss Mollic Bourne spnt last Thursday in Union City. I make all kinds of alterations on clothing. Case, the tailor. Pure Canadian Sap Maple Syrup. C. H. Moore, Tel. Nn. 4. Lewis Martin and family, of Route three, were in town Satur lay. The Courier and the weekly Commercial-Appeal one year for SI 25 Mrs Mildrrd King and Mrs. Sude Naifch spent Saturday in Columbus That good coffee you had last time came from Bcttersworth & Pra-ther'- The often therefore most danger-o- ui icwer gaici are inodorous not nj d d'ueov-cre- until a! renderi nccciiary examination of conlate to repair the age done. dam- h an dition!, but often too I f you are in doubt, consult ui re- garding the piping, alto the replacing of defective fixture! w!h "5tehtMs4" PorceEnameled Wre, which !i acknowledged lain s. the bcit unitary equipment In the wurld. Clifton Steele, of Martin, is visiting George Helm and family this week. COTTON & ADAMS Goalder Johnson, Arch DeBow and Cowglll Rogers spent Saturday in Fulton. Blanna Russell, of Bessie, Tenn , visited Henry Sanger last Thursday and Friday. l S. L. Dodds ami wife the Fourth of July celebration in Fulton Saturday. Cruihed Oyster Shells, Grit, Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed at C. H. Moore's. Patent, tan and vici Oxfords, attf-ndn- 4 ,VT rfiKtrtt rntwCMMRar otiwr.rsr' FRENCH MARKET COFFEE $100? HOW WOULD YOU LIKE worth up to SJ.OO, Rice's Shoe Store. for S1.98 $100 In Gold Eating House next time If you are hungry you will be taken care of. Mrs. W. E. Scites, of Union City, visited her daughter, Mrs. P B. Curlin, last week. Miss Bonnie Carpenter has returned from Bowling Green, where she has been in school. Miss Birdie Glover and Will Barnes and Mrs. Patrick Freeman were in Columbus, Saturday. Electric fans, ice cold drinks, regular or short order meals at Williams' place. Give it a trial. There is nothing better lor the chicks than my No. 2 wheat. The price is right. C H. Moore. If you use a pulverized or ground coffee you can get an extra fine one from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound Miss Cecil Barnes returned from St. Louts Monday, where she has been for treatment during the past lew months. Try Threlkeld's Everyone who sends us in a list of English words nude up of any, or all, of the letters in "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE" will receive a present. The one tending in the creates list of words will be civen One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hundreds of other valuable presents wHI be civen free to contestants. For list of presents and particulars regard tug contest, ask your grocer, or write to CONTEST DEPARTMENT SSSSVHHMNHV Wt NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD. ORLEANS hijbjsh AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Our Baby. On Krlilur rtfHlntf July a. tti l''i I. lint thp hum of Mr. nml M" it WlirHrr nml rlnliiml fur II f I' it Itairn Hlflir. ntir I muiitli. olrlic s Gum, Ash, Oak and Maplefr Flooring ana Ceiling a-- 1 u IluiirKeou your hill. McMtrrray Bros., Hickman mmmmvvvTmfTm Garrigan. t foml pnrrnt. uli.lt I o wl t lniirlx 1111111 r I without P look to lillii lio iltMtti nil thllim nr. "thr vtllllHMlouc." MU1kI nimiiKrl In llrntnn, HiiltltiK mi'l n for IM n e . row tlio ilnrk vnllrr ' will thr (ilex I lirnril una 1 now It l tlllixl In ilmthS rolil r Yet wk will forurt her. Nrt. to tIIim til our hrnrt utrllivi our llttln olriiM rvn to lie rrmcrn Temlrrlr cIomi the rjrr of our fold hrr tiny linml o'er her tirras took the Imt took upon our iln i Kor aha hn entcrm! the Inml of r 1 nbrlulit niilwrrl little laihjr. thr il" "rr ni-v- r-- i Hlie hna Miss Ruth Caldwell visited Miss Willie Ingram last week. Miss Jennie Cox is able to be out after a spell of sickness. Miss Dula Gray is the truest of Robert Ballow and family this week. Mrs. Jessie Flack visited her brother, Bret Prather, one day last weeK. Where trliil rene forever mure Where there'll be no more furet no mine Kor In llrnren we'll Knrnwrll preeloua nnifi'l You nrv on thu itoldeii shore. Ilr mid hr we will meet you, ulf On tlint hirppr uoltlen aliore. One Who Utr orotusl ilntth torinr trt lilr. ! All The World Unit lliillnnl'a Know Mill" ' no tupvrlor foi ItheuuintUiii, HI'" Uilla, Hprnliu. I.utnlaiito nml nil ui It, try It nnd you will nlwnyuu' Uxly v;ho hi ukmI llnllnrtl'a Hn w ineut Ian llvlliK proof of what It ' x wenikofyoillato Ketnlrlnl liotllc Bo. Mk) nml ll.ni Solil by Ntore, Inc.. mill Holm A Klllaon. know ' Miss Bessie Douglas has been to Troy visiting her brother? John Douglas. Mrs Nora Saddler left Monday for Nashville on an extended visit to her brother. Miss Ida Green has been sick for several days. She has had an at-ta- 1 Oo" 1 1798 Transylvania of "grip". Miss Maggie Douglas was the guest of her Bister, Mrs. Laura Clark, last week. Miss Jennie Prewett will leave soon tor Nashville, Tenn., for a visit to relatives. Misses Annie Fereuson and Dora Evana h.ivi liin vlclllnn m lili.r'. UNIVERSITY Oontluulmi Kentucky University Attend Transylvania I'm verslty. A standard inst' tion with elective courses, rr dern equipment, scholarly rounding, good moral ir' ences. Expenses reasonil Students from 27 states ani 7 foreign countries. First begins Sept. 14th, 1908. Wr.fc for catalog m to-da- y. tv sister at LaCenter, ky. Mr. H. E. Wallace, the Union City Photographer, has purchased a gallery in South Carolina and will leave Union City Aug. 15. Parties desiring him to make photographs call at once, 4-- President Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky. 1908, Mrs. T. A. Ledford and children are visiting in Roaring Springs, Ky,, tor a tew weens. The New School Law. The new school law regulating the common tchools of Kentucky went Into effect June IB. Under the new law, It is the duty of the County Judge, County Attorney and County Superintendent of each county of this Commonwealth to givlde theirs county into Educational Divisions containing as nearly as possible an equal number of children of school age as shon by the last census, Each county is to b'e divided into four, six or eight Educational Divisions, and In laying off th boundaries of said Divisions, said officers shall follow as nearly as practicable the boundaries of existing school districts for white children. It may be possible that the boundaries as first laid off may not prove satisfactory, but changes may be made in the boundary lines of any or all Educational Divisions whenever such After J, change becomes necessary. the County Judge. County Attorney and County Superintendent shall have divided the county into Educational Divisions, they shall then divide each Educational Division in following as to school I nearly as practicable the bouodaries ot existing school districts tor wntte s, ' be determined by lot at the first meeting of the Division Bo.ird Each yetfr thereafter there shall be elected for two years one trustee in each in which the term of his predecessor in office will then ex plre. .Any person shall be eligible to the office of school Irustee who is over twenty-on- e years of age, and who has been a resident of the for which he is elected for sixty days before the election, and who Is able to read and write, as shown by a certificate of five reputand able citizens of the all male persons over twenty-on- e years old who shall have resided In sub-distri- ct B.R SJBINI 'BSSsA BBWEa bV BBl sub-distri- ct aiBHHBflflBflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflsr aIIsEbUbUL ilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSsftBVBJBNMS SBSBOB ABSBft BBBSlBBll (children. On the first Saturday in August an election shall be held at the school building in each school from one o'clock until five in the nfterncon, for the purpose of electing one trustee for each The trustees then elected shall hold their offices, one half for one year tnd one half for 'wo years, as shall sub-distri- ct sub-distri- for sixty days proceeda ing an election, shall have the right to vote at such election. All nominations for school trustees shall be by petition, signed by at least ten persons eligible to vote in such elections, and no name shall be placed upon any ballot unhss such petition is filed with the County Clerk at least ten days before the election. The County Superintendent shall meet the newly elested trustees from of each the several Educational DistrUt within thirty days after the election, due notice having been given each trustee as to the time and place of such meeting for the purpose of organizing the trustees so elected Into a Division Board. Each Division Board shall have a Chairman and Secretary. The Chairman of the several Educational Division Boards, with the County Superintendent, shall constitute the County Board of Education. sub-distri- ct ts mmmmsmmsmm W bbHHHHUJ&0! Not Best because It Cheapest, but Cheapest because its Best ! Exclusive local agents: Helm Sr Ellison The County Board of Education shall meet at a place designated by the County Superintendent for the transaction of such business as shall properly come before it under the new law, on the first Saturday in September. Graded schools shall retain their present boundaries, and are exempt from the provisions of the new law. The school session of 1908-will not be affected by the new law. The' present trustees, will 9 elect teachers and arrange for the opening of schools, but they will vacate their office as soon as the Division Boards organize, which will be before August 31, 1908. The new trustees take full control of school property and school supervision at that time: The Superintendent of Public Instruction and (he Attorney General have at some length examined all the provisions of the new law, and consider it a sane, progressive sysMoney (o Loan. tem, as good as any modern schcol I can make farm loans In Pulton system known to any state In the Union. The General Assembly, re- county, Ky., at the rate of 5 2 per gardless of party affiliation, was cent per annum on first class improvfor the bill. The ed farming lands. Not more than committees of the Kentucky Educa- half thecash value of a 'farm will tional Association, the School Im- be loaned. Loans made for five provement Leagues, the Federation years with privilege to borrower of paying same after two years in full f Women's Clubs, nnd the KentucAssociation united or making any size partial payment ky Development. in recommending that it be passed. desired at intervals of six months As opinions and decisions are re- after the expiration of two years ceived trom the State Department of from date of loan. Union 0. Spradlw, Education, they will be printed in the county papers. The work of City, Tenn. dividing Fulton county Into EducaDorena. tional Divisions has about been completed, and will be published in the Mrs. B. C. White went to Hick-- , county papers next week. man Saturday. The following blanks will J. R. Bryant was In East Prairie out from this office in due time : last week on business. 1. Certificate of trustee eligiSeveral cases of whooping cough bility. 2. Petition of trustee nomina- are in the neighborhood. ' tion. Miss Marietta Faulks spent Saturday and Sunday in Hickman. 3. Trustee's election returns. Other supplies will be sent as they Alec Cobb and wife went to Hickare needed. man Friday to spend a few days. Dora M. Smith, Co. Supt. Rev. Stoneciphcr preached an interesting sermon at Locust Grove Sunday. Christian Church. Miss Noonon, of Hickman, was Bible School" 9 :30 a. m. Comthe guest of Mrs. Hinshaw Saturday munion service at 11 :00 a. m. and Sunday. STRAYED, AGAIN Two-yeSidney Stocking and Howell King old brindle, heifer calf. Mark, hole attended services at the Catholic in right ear and swailow-forW. church in Hickman Sunday. J. Cook. Chas. LaRue, the levee contractor, returned to his work Monday, Candy and cigars Williams' after being gone several days. over-whelmi- 49-4- p Atty-at-La- be-sen- t ar k. 1- -c k H ' Prices Will Take a Big Tumble Saturday) Smith 8r Amberg's Great MidrSummer Clearance Sale. Reid-Bondur- Do Not Miss out-of-to- It! Judge J. P. Morris Dead. , Tudee Morris, of Union Citv. Other : Folks' : Business led at his home in that city June ' from the e Meets ot a compaction diseases, and was buried at Cam- Arc lamps? En, Tenn.. his old home, funeral of Ob- vices by Ref. McLesky, Mrs. Williams, of Newbern, d, and in charge of the Knights ot Tenn., is the guest of J. E. Fuqua Dnor lodge. Mr. Morris was o and family. firs ot age at the time ot his Mrs. W. E. Scates and Mlis th. leaves a wife and three "chll- Annie Tarns attended the ton. He was a member of the wedding Wednesday. ihodist church, and at one time Hardy Ligcon and wile, of Union lyor of South Fulton. City, attended the wedding Wednesday evening Cascade Flour. If vou haven't tried it yet you haven't had the Court tyouse News best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. nt Reid-Bondura- nt ant LET TARIFF REVISION BEGIN HERE One of the most beautiful home weddings ever witnessed in Hickman was that of Miss Kate Reid and Mr. CIRCUIT COURT. C. L. Walker went to Ashport, Tenn., Wednesday, on the Ruth," on business for the Mengel Box Co. day. Mrs. B. T, Davis and sister, Miss Virginia, are visiting 'at Monteagle, Tenn., this week. They left here Sunday. Joel Chandler Harris, fa'mlliarly known as "Uncle Remus," and an author of note, died at his home in Atlanta, Ga., July, 3. He was with Dhe following marriage licenses the Atlanta Constitution for many H Ar All Standpatter! for the Highest Kind of Duty on This Class of been issued since our last re- Foreign Importations. years and recently started a publication known as "Uncle RemUs' Maghos. Lamastus and Miss Maude azine." Harris was born in Eaton, Will McGehee had a narrow esRush Creek. s. The ceremony was per Ga., In 1848. cape last Tuesday. While cutting Wedding bells, but wait until next oats his mules ran away, throwing ed June 30 When a man makes the air blue week for particulars. him off the binder, and his foot C Howdton and Miss Sfrona with Sunday school words because d caught Mrs. Jim Roper and son, in the strap dragging him es. The wedding was solemn-a- t his gas engine wont run, there is one are on the sick list. He ' sustained a several yards. the home of the bride in this of two things wrong his engine is bruised muscle of the right foot and ty. The groom is a resident of Mrs. Martha Roper visited her either out of fix or he has gasoline i county. Tommie Roper last week. limb. that wont test up to the standard. grand-so. P. Braner and Mrs. Farlee The Courier sells gasoline the kind Tom Roper and wife, who have Supt. Peebles and s party of N. n. lhey were married at the that will stand the test. If its our been visiting here went to Fulton C. & St. L. officials were in Hicklit house July 4 by Tudtre Navlor. kind you are using fix the engine. Saturday. man Wednesday on their Tommie Roper is home from inspection tour. When interschool, with his mother, Blanche viewed by a Courier' reporter as to Roper, of Moscow. when work would begin on the proLittle Carrie Batber, of Harmony, posed extension of the road on the who has been visiting her cousins, south side ot town, we were informSid Smith and wife, returned home ed that the matter had not been definitely concluded. Of course, it will Monday. be governed to a great extent by the "THE MAGAZINE MAN"3 Pete Fowler and wife, of Paducah, report they give of existing condiwho have been visiting their aunt, tions at this place. Mrs. Will McGehee returned home Representing The American Magazine (for In the case of the State of Tenlast Monday. thirty years known as Leslie's Magazine) nessee vs. Scott Mosier, charged Mrs. Luetta McGehee Hawkins, with violating the age of consent, of Texas, and Mrs. Pink McGehee the supreme court has reversed the The American Magazine and Etude $1) f f Keiscr, of Ark,, are visiting relatives judgment of the Obion Circuit Court UU music lovers for Z here and at Cayce. and will grant Mr. Mosier a new American Magazine nnd The The Mrs. Lee Rose, of Poplar Grove trial. The new trial is given on )$ Success Magazine neighborhood, spent Saturday night the grounds that no conviction shall ) I 00 with her mother and' sister, Mrs be made for the offense charged on The American Magazine and Good $l Bettie Roper and Mrs Jeff Davis. the unsupported testimony of the fe Housekeeping , ;. j" Qj The' voice of the thresher is now male, in question. The defendant The American Magazine, Review of Reviews, beard in our land, but the rain of has resided In this community all Woraans Aome Companion, Chlldrens last week made the wheat too wet his life and has many friends here Magazine, Regular price $6.00, )$n for a while. The crop is yielding who will be glad to learn of the higher court's ruliug. .".., all four for 0 DO much better than was anticipated County Coroner L, D. Smith is in Death Invaded the home of Arthur For Other Club offers address Stone and wife last Thursday taking Louisville this week, attending a away their old babe, convention of the Kentucky Funeral JULIAN BRAMBLE, Hickman, Ky. Willie Scearce. This is the third Directors' Association. baby they have lost, and our hearts Goalder Johnson went to Cincingo out in sympathy to, them. Wednesday night. nati Way-monn, lC Curdtck vs Jacob Fast. Suit jecover S220 worth of nets, etc. MCartwright vs Minnie Cart- fcht. Suit for divorce. Emma Batts vs Isiah Batts. Suit divorce. aura McClure vs J H McClure. for divorce. CBurdickvsA E Richardson. to recover $298 worth of nets. Greenfield, Reid-Bondura- nt Carl Swearingen and wife, of Tmn., attended the wedding Wednes- Chester T. Bondurant, Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. Messrs. F. T. Randle and Robt. Isler ushered. The parlor, hall and library were thrown together, and beautifully decorated with smilax and potted plants. To the soft strains of the wedding march, played by Miss Bondurant, the wedding party, entered the hall, with Messrs. F. T. Randle and Robt. Isler leading, followed by Rev. H. C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Stone, then the bride and groom. Just at 9 o 'clock, Rev. Johnson said the beautiful and impressive cetemony, which made them one. The bride wore a handsome gown of white silk yoile over white silk, and long veil, and carried a large bunch of bridal roses and ferns. Mrs. Stone wore a beautiful white dotted net, and carried a bouquet of white carnations and ferns. The groom and "best man" Mr. Stone, wore conventional black. Mrs. Bondurant is a daughter of Mrs. J. M. Reid, one of Hickman's foremost familes, and a lovely accomplished young lady, and very prominent in Hickman society. left for a few weeks' visit in St. Lduis. Denver, Col., and Salt Lake, City, Utah. About sixty guests attended the wedding, and a number of friends and relatives. They were the recipients of many handsome and beautiful gifts. The Courier, with their many friends, wish them every blessing, in life. On Monday afternoon, from 2 :30 to "S, Miss Edna Carpenter was the hostess of a raffles party, given in honor of her visitors, Misses Brandon, of Benton, and Miss Savage, of Jackson. As the guests arrived, punch was served. There were four tables at raffles, and progressive games much enjoyed. A cut was made for cards 11 containing the names of the honorees, in which, wiss Ruth Ellison won one prize, a dainty fan, and Miss Susan Brandon, the other prize, a Hickman Souvenir spoon. Music and singing were interesting features. Cream and cake were McConn, served. Misses Stovall, and Petty, of Mayfield, were guests. out-of-to- She is a prominent member of several of the leading social clubs of the town, the Bachelor Girls, etc. Mr. Bondurant is a young man of fine 'character and many sterling qualities. He is a son J. J. C. BonA large number of married folks durant, one of the leaders of Hick- spent an enjoyable day fishing Tuesman society, and a very prominent day at Floating Bridge. Fishing business man. Too much couldn't was fine, and excellent Jlunch with be said of these young piople. lots of fried fish was much enjoyed. Immediately after the ceremony, One man fell in the lake another amid much rice and hearty con- nearly fell out of the wagon, but gratulations, the happy young couple there was no greater accident. Miss Lucile Bondurant entertained a large number of friends Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Frankye Hemphill, of Louisville, and Pearl Pettus, of Union City. Progressive Raffles was played with much interest, at which, Miss Estelle Reneau won the first prize. Cream and cake were served. semi-annu- al 1 M JULIAN BRAMBLE work havoo on unpalntcd or badly painted buildings. 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Alfred McDaniel was here this L. A. Brock sells the best sewing machine cn the market. Al Faris made a business trip to . Union City, Wednesday. J. D. Webster was here from Moscow on business Tuesday. Bob Alexander, of Cayce," is organizing a singing jchool at Fulton. Miss Roxle Priest has returned to Martin after a visit to Bud Metheny and family. The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Miss Dora Smith July 14. Ferdie Johnson will give a picnic County Court next Monday. Picture Eat at Williams' restaurant. Buy your calendars at home. No 2 Wheat. C. H. Moore. Why not have some band concerts? Henry Clay and wife were In Columbus Saturday Will Spradlin, Fulton's contractor, was here. Tuesday. County Commissioner Jas, Miiner has been on the sick list. Mr Tolly wife and daughter attended the celebration in Columbus. fakers ! and he ill Ml you fust Ivhat toe have Been telling you that you are not compelled to take your prescriptions to tne druggist 'whose name appears on the prescription. He Itilll tell you to take it to the store 'Which suits your fancy most. And that's right. He 'will also tell you that Helm & Ellison are capable of filling any prescription he 'writes, and that they always fill them in a manner highly satisfactory to himself. It is a pleasure to us to fill prescriptions, for this department is slocked 'with the highest lest, first quality, full strength drugs and medicines, and ebcry prescription is always comEllison's is Helm pounded by a registered pharmacist. the store for quick, safe 'work. "3 j J and bran dance at Henderson Point, Thursday, July2S. Miss Laura McGough, of' Bernie, Mo., is the guest of Misses Laura and Marine Brown. 8 Mrs. Lucy Leip, who has been visiting her son on Route three, returned home last week. If its in the grocery line, we can sell it as cheap and as gcod as anybody. Bettersworth & Prather. E O. Asbell was here from Cayce today on business. He ordered the Courier sent to his address one year. Misses Bettie DeBow and Marguerite Fuqua left Wednesday on a few weeks' visit to relatives in Rip- THE HICKMAN COURIER 'Cortri Waiters. Kentucky Like the Dew" O. A Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. W. 0. 8 PEER and J. SEXTON, EdltorYand Proprietor. ONE DOLLAR CASH I.N PER YEAR ADVANCE. Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. poatofflce aa second-clas- s Tnursday, July 911, 1903 SBHHOptWIBjTHUIRIMT 12 T H 1213 1415 16 1118 19 26 212223 2425 2627 28!29l30l3ir Good Roads Movement. The people o Kentucky are waking up to the fact that bad roads are largely responsible for the lack of progress and that good roads will spell advancement in larger letters than in any other one thing we can have. The meeting at Eminence last Friday of over 200 good road advocates from various parts of the State to inspect a mile of model road built by the government emphasises the awakening. At this gathering a temporary organization will be made at the State Fair , in September. Every county should be represented then and with proper steps great work can be planned and accomplished for good roads. In response to a call issued by Chairman Coulter, the First Judicial District Committee met at Mayfield, Tuesday, and named Tuesday, Novy, as the day for selecting democratic nominees for the offices of Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney for the district. They also named $100 as the. amount to be assessed to each office, which amount is necessary to defray the expense of the primary. The first district is composed of Fulton, Hickman, Ballard, Graves and Carlisle counties. After a long seige of lagripp lasting about six months, Joe Woolridge an old Fultonian, passed away at his home in north Fulton Saturday night, leaving as his survivors two little daughters, Ola and Hattie "Woolridge, and two sisters, Mrs. E C. Reeds and Mrs. Joe Hurst. II. F. Oliver, last week purchased the plant and business of the Fulton Manufacturing Co., paying $32,000 for it. This company manufactures stirrups and whip stocks and has enjoyed a good business since its organization some three years ago. ley. Mrs. Blanche Kennedy has returned from a visit to Mrs, Fred Fischer and other friends in Memphis. Davis for Circuit Judge. Prof. Boon, formerly principal of Editor Williams, of the Fulton Leader, in speaking of the probable our public schools, was here from candidacy of Hon. B. T. Davis for Charleston, Mo.,. a few. days this Circuit Judge of the First Judicial week. Hugo Fethe, Holcombe. Drewry, district has this to say : "It is rumored in political circles John Pyle, John Kirkand Jim that Judge Ben T Davis of Hick- Holcombe attended the Fourth in man will shortly announce for Cir- Fulton. cuit. Judge in this circuit. Ben L. C. Lunsford and family left Davis, as he is familiarly known to Tuesday for Memphis, Tenn., to his many friends, is a native of Ful- visit and from there they will go ton county and has been actively en- to New Mexico. gaged in the practice of law in this LOST Brooch, and surrounding counties for some set with pearls. Lost about 20 years with marked success. He Finder please return to is regarded as one of the best Judges June 22. 4tf Mfs. W. A. Dodds. of law of any lawyer in the district and would make a most admirable Miss Marie Green went to Cairo Judge. He has a host of friends in Sunday on a visit to Miss Lily Fulton and Fulton county and in Myer. Ira Green accompanied her, the other counties of the district returning that evening. who would be glad to hear of his Next Sunday at the home of the entering the race, believing that he bride, at Cayce, Miss Eva Mur would be certain-oelection. 'Those chison will be married to Robt. Bon- who read the Leader may expect durant-- of Sharon, Tenn. to see Mr. Davis' announcement at Miss Bufie Bruer left Sundav for any time." tittle Rock, Ark., where she will The Courier feels sure that the From there Leader has Davis sized up about spend several days. she goes to Oklahoma to visit. right. There is certainly not a more capable man in the district for Miss Laura Brown returned yes this position than Judge Davis. He terday from Bowling Green, having is a brainy, conservative, upright finished a course in typewriting and gentleman, ana the Courier would stenography at the business college be glad to see him made Circuit there. Judge. Columbus has organized a mili tary company with Veteran A. J. Cayce Lodge, F&. A. M , will Hess as captain; Harry Pearson 1st have three to work in M. M. degree lieutenant, and Tom Jordan, 2d and two in E. A. or F. C. degrees lieutenant. Saturday afternoon. Visiting brethCards are out announcing the ren are invited to attend. marriage of Miss Esne Cook, of Shamrock, Texas, to Chas. M It is said that the Farmers meeting held at Cavce. Tulv - Browder, of Duncan, Okla., former 8, under the auspices cf State Dept. ly a Fulton boy. Old man, look at those trousers oi Agriculture, was a successful and interesting one. We were unable you have on bagging at the knee, to get full particulars. ain't they? Take 'em to Case, the em pressed. tailor, and have A crowd of young folks is enjoy They'll look like a new pair. ing a picnic at Hubbard's farm About the middle of July a Notitoday. fication Committee will drop on Sec- letary Taft and break it gently to him that he's been nominated. To a man of his years and weight the shock of surprise may, of couise dc serious. Charlie Carter, a brick mason residing at rulton, attempted suicide last week, by taking an overdose of morphine. Physicians reached him in time to save his life. Carter is married and 32 years old. No reasons for the act was given. Death claimed another victim Wednesday night in the person of Mrs B. D. Valentine, who for the past few months has been a patjent sufferer from the ravages of the terrible white plague, and her body was laid to rest yesterday after noon at 4 o'clock in the city cemetery, with services by Rev. UnderIf VOU WANT PFjjjn 5?"? wood. Mrs Valentine is survived by a husband and a little girl about Ifisiting Cards, RnnouncBmants, one year of age t She was a niece of Wedding Invitations, Monograms, Mrs. Billy Wade, at whose home home she died, at the early age of Stationery, Etc, bob Us, 22 years. Fulton Leader. sun-burst Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & A. M., will meet in regular communication next Monday night at 7 :30. VisiHng brothers are cordially invited. C. P. Shumate, W. M. Henry Cowgill, Secy. Work in the E. A. Degree. Dr. L. P. Baltzer, Rollie Ambers and Harold DeBow spent Saturday in Fulton. Cord Sartett, who has been quite sick for several weeks is able to be out again. Miss Sallie Roper, of Route four, visited Sallie May Plummer one day last week. A. K. Boone of Charleston, was here a few days this week, the guest of J. T. Stephens. Dr. F. M. Usher and wife, of Fulton, visited the latter's sister, Miss Hattie Carpenter, this week. There will be services at the Baptist Church, Sunday morning and night. Everybody Is invited. Misses Allie and Bettie Dodds and Marie Brevared attended the celebration at Columbus Saturday. Mrs. R. L. Gray and children have returned home after several weeks' visit with relatives on Route two. Miss Iva Adams left yesterday for Bardwell, Ky., to visit the fami ly of Judge Gardner for several The Kodak Season is NOW HERE Don't you want a Kodak for your vacation ? Ask for our NEW KODAK BOOK. It it What it docs not tell you -- we will, and gladly, if in our power. Kodaks, $1 up. Helm Remember, Ellison kinds ivc have all of kodak supplies. Take your prescriptions to struck out 14, allowed passed none. The line up: lltckmait Ijj.kjr Hay Ct t tit 1U 11 hj Cowgill's Drug Store where they will be filled by a REGISTERED PHARMA CIST at any hour Morrlnm Nil lor llolrouilx Kirk VjU Tnylor t i tb III r rt ef It r days. Miss Ethel Naylor has returned to East Prairie after a visit to Miss Mayme Naylor here, and relatives near town. Miss Edwinna Summers returned to her home at Wickliffe, Ky., Tuesday, after a pleasant visit with Day'or Night Gowgiirs Drug Store (Incorporated) lllekmnnu KuiU'ii Ola00 n it o u o i o 1 0 i tp ni i o t i HushS Creek. If i. mitinic i Roper are recovering from T 1.1111c Int. t ... j i n r. rpe pat-Ur- n, f , 7- Hickman relative. Judge Naylor went to Fulton Mon day and tried two negroes charged with stealing chickens. They were sent to the reform school. Ben Dietzel and Miss Clinton Harrison were married In Union City last week. Mr. Dietzel is a jeweler In Union City and a very prominent young man. Mrs. T. W. Powell sold her resi dence property in Hickman this weeic to . a. trainer, tor 5J.UUU This property is located immediate ly east of the Baptist church. Miss Laura Miiner, of the Crutch- field neighborhood, is suffering from injuries received last week when she was thrown from a buggy and one of the wheels passed over her body Bud Metheny and wife, Misses Hazel Metbeney, Nannie Metheny, George Metheny, Lily Hac'kett, Kate Hackett and Mack Reld at tended the Fourth in Columbus, making the trip on the Charlotte, Dr. S. K. Davidson, treasurer of the school board, received another $2,000 check from Andrew Carnegie last week to be applied on the library building at this place Work of construction is progressing in good shape. Commissioner of Agriculture, M. C. Rankin appointed Col. L l g e Green, of Covington, Immigration Agent for the State, under authority of the State Board of Agriculture, Forestry and Immigration. He will receive a salary of $2,000 a year. Col. Green's resignation as Assist ant Adjutant General has been tend ered to Gov. Willson. On Wednesday afternoon of last week, from 3 to 5 :30, Misses Bettie and Allie Dodds entertained a large number of friends at euchre and raffles. The euchre prize was won by Mrs. A. A, Faris, and the raffles prize by Miss Virginia Luten, much interest being manifested in both games. Music on the graphaphone ,was much enjoyed throughout the afternoon. As the guests arrived, punch was served and laer, cream and cake. Mrs. Will Hubbard, of Forth Worth, was an guest. out-oMo- m rl e ror Autos a&H Launches g to kfe (let the (Ittnolliie at Uourlor Ortlca Hickman Defeats Fulton. In one of the cleanest, swiftest games of the season the Hickman team defeated Fulton's famous Jack Frost" aggregation on the latter's grounds Saturday. Both teams were composed of the very best ball tossets and the game was exciting from start to finish, being iuiic ail.. Mrs. P. Fowler and chi ."-- j anybody's game until the last man n,.i.. . u im..., uci slung away his bat In the ninth. muumniiiic viaiMii; k.. . .. .i r Both teams were at their best and although some snappy, fast plays join her later. were attempted only four misplays Miss Jessie Barber and A'. were charged to the "Frosters," Brown. Will Moss and fan U t while Hickman's bunch worked like Kate Hoodenpyle and E F. a well oiled machine completing the Harrtfony, visited Sid Smti nine inntngs without an error. The wife Sunday. River Boys" also proved them. uuiiuicii a v. ci r." ounuav was riM.i selves better than the Frosters" at' handling the stitch, taking nicely to Capl. Woods offerings and securing ed a neat little jum, and uJ eleven large bingles, while the considering the time in L3 Crimson" lads were able to solve had to prepare for it. the delivery ot Peerless" Taylor augn Auams, wno nai u for only four. Both twlrlers were come home from srhool, e'ie I-. i r in great form, but in the pitchers li. t t i! ma lii.iur iiiciiui o.iwiu t r i battle that followed Leroy Taylor for the "river rats" put it over enjoyed themselves as they south paw" Woods and was given do at Mrs. Adams lovelyf toe? better support, S. T. Roper and family In the first Lusky first up for man, Mrs. Bertie Copeland aci Hickman singled,. Hay sacrificed, Lusky going to second, Costen sac- ly, of Mayfield, Tom Plu-.rificed moving Lusky up anothsr family, of Hickman, lorn a peg but Morrison could not get the lan and family, of near Li)Ct much desired hit apd Lusky was left Blanche Rrner and chlldrc.t at third. Nothing doing for either cow, and others making La-team until the first of the sixth took dinner with Dan when the "river lads" again opened wife Sunday. They had the: me nre wonts, wttn two men ner on the ground. down. Costen singled to center, stole second and waltzed home on 4th oUuly Victims. Morrison's Navlor ine.unicago K.ecoru." "T flew out to Jolly, leaving Morrison on third. In the same inning Woods oort elves 38 killed, and 1 ed tor "Jack roit" reached second Vi. Tulv 4th bv exnlosivei ..!.... Ik. .It... scored on Jolly's hit. In the seventh, Holcombe first up, singled and stole Last year mere were second, Kirk singled, Holcombe go- 4,249 injuries. For the e ww ing to third. Kirk stole second. hnfntncr In 1QH.1. Ihe toll' aaa ti Pyle struck out ; Taylor swung at 1.15.1 Uillerl ami 22.52r three wide ones and took his scat. , h rnnrt inr in is vriii m w' ,ptt .... Lusky with a might heavy slapped nrnmn .in. :iniii ......II.. ' ' .w...f. iw, iu. uiutiuv .Mrn iv. the sphere and when the smoke ir IU inn uciima nun i.lirul Ij luu cleared away Holcombe and Kirk eu dv cunsnot wounua, had crossed the counting pan and occurrlncr for a week or iw i ne same uuuci Lusky was standing with both th 4th. . ..." "- n II feet on top of bag No. 3. A single ui n rwnn rva tvi in xriiLJM uiunuuika i ftp from Hay's stick Lusky crossed the a total of 221. slab in safety. Costen was out rtM . f Wt2T Edwards to Moore. In last of eighth .... ... irt O j .Wat Woods again scored on Jolly's hit mmnt in into ftAiintrts nne LI l"' Waahlntrton and the scoring of the game was over Features of the game were lor some time, one is "" the battery work for both teams, w f nf the. ... Minister 'v" .... new T II,. Uinrr Haaiv the batting of Jolly and Lusky, the VI I. former securing three hits and the Norwegian King, Mme. latter four. Only 32 men faced nana hv hlrlh. hilt She Pt" Taylor during the entire game. number of languages uc'Taylor struck out 9 men, allowed 4 swn and Norwegian, amonj hits and passed none. Woods i Engllih. ' malaria fever. Irin Jefferies . and far.i . .... .. wueion, auenucu cnuurr i i Sunday, ami visited friends Bro. Braniford and wife C ' McClellanand wife duiel B. McGehee and family Sni Mrs. Harry Sublett, d camr Saturday to visit rrr i. miis viretma uavii. wnoroix i .i ... a-- j J c", J three-baege- r. Mi I - V aa at w p .1 - -- - h i t' - Morse Down and Out, Clmrlca W. Morso. who from Mnlno to bw )ork with but mnnll cnpltal nnd n short tlino liuinllln(il tho crent intnlna of Iqiltmtry of tlio motrnpq, ny RninluR control of n dozen or iro Imnkn, and upcotnlnR tho ownor ncriH of real ciitnto nnd bales of Dh stock, not to mention his conncc-owith tho Ico trust and his great laollrinted atcntnshln linos. Is com' Btoly down nnd out llo wns dimited from tho banking Hold of Now Brk recently by tho clearing houso nralttev nnd tho great steamship of which ho was tho brnln nnd nil nro to bo reorganized with Morso It out of somo of them nt least lorso was born nt Hath, Mo, In 0, tho son of n on tho ' Jhiih'Imjc, After grnduntlng from col F.talte, ho returned homo to find his tether's business grown to consider-aa- o pmiKirtlons, Morso, Hr, having i j;Wg fleot of tugs, nnd woro oxcurslon barges, JMi tho sldo Mirnl Ico plants, nil up nnd down gf river Young Morso wns Installed Ibookkeepor, but tho field was not enough for him, and ho left so for Now York, whoro ho began speculating In Ico by tho cargo, finrd plno lands, In. hard pi no car In "pieces" of schooners and nera nnd tugs. Shon followed tho big fleot of ocean Jera nnd tugs nnd tho Ico Inter- wore constantly expanding both mo main rivers and tho coast, nnd Boston, Now York, Philadelphia, (more nnd Washington fields as Now York row yenrg np went n 'Cheerful' Clothing -- - Tbc Modern Trend in Wear Gloom-St- yle for Men- - Man is Coming: Out of the tendencies prove he is no longer willing that all the snap and smartness in the family attire be in his wife's name. "Chfeerful" Clothing Displays the Optimism which is undeniably gaining ground in modern life, and this fact should affect your choice of styles for summer months. Venture Away from the Severely Plai- nbut be certain that the styles you select are authentic; that whether modestly smart or extreme in novelty they are right. 98 yenrs nftor Morso went to Now there wns but ono Ico company ay Importanco, and at tho head bo A Sure Way To Kjiow You're Right Is To Wear Peck's "Cheerful" Clothes for Men I j5j P "Cheerful" Clothes, too, they are, with happy cut and snappy style. tailoring that make Perk's r.lothes arts and enfaces of comfortable to your as well as to your person. and all the. little self-respe- ct ljr a7 3iwJ& Our Stock Contains two and three-butto- n Sacks of single and s, double-Il- l . in-- 0 breasted cut of latest vogue; trousers with or without turn-upside suspender buttons and outside belt loops, in the most fashion- able shades of brown, tan, olive, smoke, gray, cassimeres, cheviots and serges of plain and fancy weaves. If you are looking for a real s Summer Suits, come early, take a look and you bargain in are sure to buy. high-clas- company was Charles W. jMayor Vnn Wyck nnd sovernl alltlclana wore Interested In ly nnd It mado vast wimH1i tockholdora. ono yoar clearing Tho INntlonnl bank was bis parent In tlmo ho dominated a jfjbanks all up and down Uroad- 1 I 2 Regular Prices: ;.? A $10, .2.50, $15, i6.50, I7.5O, 18.5O, $20, 22.50, $25 sn $1,600,000. TMorso beenmo n banker. ...! V. . 1 aa? great assortment of new style Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Sox, Suspenders, and Knigh Shirts Big Lot of Odds and Ends in Low Cut Shoes at a Cut Price Hada tn Syracusa. jJS wiin t. Augustus iteinzo, lolled Connor svndlcnto. and fett United Copper syndlcato hit t,TfIorso. who Is said to havo JftWO shares of United Copper, red tho weaknoss of tho synj ad, It Is bellcrcd, caused tho rhlch resounded around tho Bd for n tlmo throatunod to Inanclal panic, followed tho action of the Ifaouso committee Morse was eliminated from thq follow- iitlons, his resignations being by tho committee: ed as vice president and dl- National Hank of North I'. Garfield National bank, Now National bank, and as dl- Mcrcantllo National bank, Street bank, New York & Security company, Now luco Bxchango bank, Van Bafo Doposlt company and len Trust company. lately carao tho actions reed Morso out of two more sngbolds, the Consolidated lines and tho American Ico A plan for the reorgknlza- ttho Ico company has boon whoreby Morse will have control In Its managemont thorafore completely down and his former associates, ea and Thomasos, blamo him llapso of tholr coppor cor- - I SPECIAL PRICES ON CLOTHING FOR THIS MONUH Baltzer & Dodds D. Cr. Co. Incorporated No change in Water & Light Bond amounting to $336.70, on motion same was allowed and ordered pub- Account since last report. cj Council Proceedings $846.25 Balance lished and filed. A petition from a number of the W. C. Johnson, C. Treas. "HP" citizens of West Hickman was preReport of Tom Dillon, Jr. City sented asking that the Council emHickman, Ky., July 6th 1908. ploy a Policeman for West Hick- Marshal for June 1908: Council met in regular session. man ; on motion action on the mat- Taxes collected $ 57.69 Present Mayor Dillon, Councilmen was deferred until next meeting. Fines collected 40.00 Bcttersworth, Ledford, Schlenker, ter Report of City Treasurer for June Gray, Swayne and Dodds. 1908: I hold Treasurer's receipt Minutes of last meeting were read $ 97.69 for GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. and on motion approved and signed. Tom Dillon, Jr., C. Marshal. To bal. per May report $278.05 The following accounts were pre sented, properly approved, and on Toamt.rec'd. ofH.C. Helm 144.40 On motion the Mayor was authormotion allowed and checks ordered To amt. ree'd. of Tom Dillon, Jr 97.69 ized to order one car load of sewer w issued for amounts : pipe. E. A. Hammond, ? $520.14 On motion $800.00 was ordered S 5.00 balance on salary By amt. pd. out during May 278.24 loaned out of the Water & Light Hickman Wagon Co.. one Bond Account for a term of not exhose wagon 41.00 Balance to credit this aco't.$241.90 ceeding five years at 6 per cent, 3.10 Ellison Bros., mdse interest payable annually, secured Cotton & Adams, labor and CITY HALL ACCOUNT. by mortgage on real estate. 5.50 To bal. per May report material for water troughs On motion the Clerk was ordered $323.20 J. A. Noonon, Jailer, dieting Toamt.rec'd. ofH.C. Helm 9.97 to issue and have served notices to 18.50 prisoners build new concrete side walks and Bal. to credit this account. .$ 333.17 curbs on the following places : Tom Dillon, Jr., serving notices, caring for hose, etc 15.25 Tom Dillon, Jr., street work as per itemized account on file in City Clerk's office.. 182.01 The Clerk reported that since last REFRESHCOLD meeting of the Council he had issued the following checks: ING FOUNTAIN. R. B. Johnson, Agent, stor 36 age on hose 4 R. L. Reeves, Agent, freight on fire hydrants 3.50 On motion the action of the Clerk Jl Specialty was approved by the Councft. The Marshal presented his delinCOWGILL'S DRUG STORE, quent tax list for the year 1907, e, Ifl W. A. Naylor, Judge of Fulton Notice. County Court, on north side of the An examination cf applicants for County Jail on Exchange Street. county certificates will be held at T. F. Benton, on north side of his the Court House on Satproperty along Exchange Street. On motion Council adjourned. Attest. H. C. Helm, City Clerk. Friday and urday, July 17 and 18. Also at the same time and place an examination will be held for appointment to State University. This examination will be competitive. re report that J. P. Morgan tho Now York, Now Haven rd railroad havo ontorcd tho tho shipping combine with I Influence. Thus was fore- l tho possibility of a greater inclining tlio aiorso com- tho New Haven road's bob, to control tho entire Lcoastwlso whipping trade of to and the gulf. fan Railway Stations. all railway stations In Qer-( equipped with roBtaurants, rule the resUuruat U ua Bg We take great pains to furnish rvom. our patrons and drinks at our I mllov AU.a HUM who komtowa raa la Aaouf THia aiia. 111, will qit aoT rtm A Wing's Fruit Ice Cream" Inc. oouMiHuuL-Arrai- WMOta TB4. aid As it is now running between Barking and Whitechapel a train with Guy Hall, Harry Manuel, Marion nine cars, carrying nearly 1,000 Dick and Will Higgins went to passengers, the London District railway claims the longest multiple Hailwell, Ky., Saturday. unit electric train in the world. Miss Ruby Fleming, of Hickman, Charles Field, who is believed to was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. be the oldest Judge in the United L. White several days last week. States now presiding, last week celeServices next Sunday at 11 a. m., brated his ninety-thir- d birthday by Stone-ciphe- r. at Locust Grove, by Rev. holding a session of the District Everybody invited to Court at his home, in Athol, Mass. While in good health, the Judge is feeble and too weak to journey to Judge Field, in Miss Berah Bowden returned Fri- the court room. day night from a few days visit 1860 was chosen presidential elector, with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Grissom, and with J. G. Whittier and others und other relatives near Dukedom, cast his vote for Lincoln and Ky. n. Dorcna. Chas. LaRue went to Cairo Saturday. Kathleen White is on the sick list this week. J. O. King went to Charleston Monday, on business. J. R. Bryant and W. A. Hinshaw went to East Prairie Sunday. The rain Monday was a help to the crops in this part of the country. Mrs. Higgins spent last week with Mrs. J. H. Pickett, of Hick-ma- Dora. M. Smith, Co. Supt. Threlkeld's Eating House op- - posite depot. A woman without religion is like a flower without perfume. If you get a sample copy of the Courier, it is an invitation to subscribe. The CourTer and Commercial-Appeal a year for $1.25. Misses Birdie and Jennie Crowd-eof near Paris Tenn., were the guests of their cousin, Miss Berah Bowden, a few days last week. r, IS TIME TO AWAKE PRICE-CUTTIN- ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nnd Gossip ricked Up Her onil There In Washington. In the End the Consumers Are MH Ones Who Qaln Benefit. NECESSITY SHOWN QENT FOR INTELLI Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. APPEAL TO GENERAL PUBLIC M&ny Holdups on Tag Day in Capital shopping without further solicitation President Hoosovolt camo ncrosi tag that allowed him for ft to tnko his customarr drlro on horse back without being held up at the bridge. Attornoy Qoncral Honaparte was tAggcd twice. A beautiful young woman held him boldly in front of tho Whlto House .Friday, which was a day In advance of official time for tho free- booting. Ho dug up a round dollar cheorfully and said It was worth It Hut ho forgot the tag when ho satin tcred out Saturday, and ho had to shell out again. Young Qucntln Hoosovolt made a street record. Ho stood In front of hli schoolhouso and took $9.20 In an hour t tags. Then he moved peddling down to the Mall beforo the White Houso, whore ho suspected money would come In bigger pieces, but he was lashed to the mast there In no time after two automobiles drove up filled with daintily clad girls, who piled out and worked tho thoroughfare and White House grounds to a finish. Tho girls then ventured Into the sa cred precincts of tho Whlto House and sought Mr. Loeb, but could not find him. Learning that he, like tho pros Idcnt, was exempt, under the rulos of the gamo, they left, by virtue of the tag, complimentary tags for both just for luck. Next the bory of youim beauty as sailed tho Rlggs National bank and held up every one from the president five-dollten-cenfive-doll- her a dollar to continue her round ol Farmer Points Out What Could Be Done If Agriculturists and the Local Press Pulled Together. retailor places sufficient Importance tho necessity for with tho editor of his local papor. Tho lattor Is In a position to mould the sentiment of his readers to a degree which mnkes his asslstanco on any matter In which tho community Is Interested, very Important There aro of courso Instances whom local newspapers aro operated In such a manner as to bo of llttlo benefit to tho community In which they aro pub lished, but these aro decidedly the exception and as the Farm er says: "Your homo paper should recclvo your earnest attention. It may bo that your homo paper is not run to suit you. It Is posslblo that It pays much moro attention to what It con siders the best Interests of tho advertisers than to thoso of tho farmers. Thero Is nothing at all strange about that. You probably pay $1 a year subscription. Tho avcrago country paper does not havo more than 1,000 cir culation, nnd at least one-haof theso aro exchanges, deadheads and complimentary. Tho $500 which the aver-ag- o country editor receives does not much moro than pay for tho blank paper and postage Tho editor of such country papor, therefore, must rely almost altogether upon his advertising and Job work for his support. 'Is It any wonder that he paya lit tle attention to tho desires or the demands of the farmer? "It Is true that the merchant of tho country town depends upon the farmors for his business, but country merchants, until lately, havo not studied the oconomlcs of country life and have not rcallzod their entlro dependence upon tho prosperity of tho farming community of Interest in every neighborhood which Is directly opposed to the centralization of business In a few large cities has not appealed to theso people. "The country merchant hae taken his Ideas from the merchant who sold him his goods; tho country banker has usually supposed that his Interests wero identified with thoso of tho banking centers of tho world; tho country lawyer has taken his political views from tho attorneys of corporations, and tho country editor has had his work cut out for him by tho editors of big dally papers owned and controlled by-- people who were at tho head of special Interests. 'These special Interests people hare tried and have, until recently, made us all bellove that the Interests of all classes were identical nnd that a few peoplo who had specialized In the study of finance and politics wero to be looked to as the leaders of public opinion. SInco tho panic of 1893 It has slow. ly dawned upon tho general public that tho teachings of theso self-apointed leaders wero not altogether perfect In their logic, and that what was good for tho Standard Oil monopoly or tho steel trust might not be for tho best Interests of tho farmer or the merchant. 'Corporation lawyers from tho dry represent us In congress and In the United States senate, and corporation lawyers havo framed most of our etato laws. It Is tlmo for farmors and for those who depend upon them for support to learn that the interests of tho speculative classes aro not thoso of tho producer or tho consum er, and of tho honest exchanger of wealth. Tho editor of the homo paper thould study theso questions from tho standpoint of tho producer and consumer and not from that of tho speculator. Tho producer should then support the paper so that It will not bo necessary for It to tako advertising from any but legitimate firms that are looking out for tho Interests of farmers and producers. The Interests of tho merchant in a country town depend upon the prosperity of tho farmer, and tho paper that teaches controlled markotlng deserves tho support of merchants and a much better support than thoy now get from upon lf It Is a question whether the avcrago Every man on the WASHINGTON. on Juno 13 woro n tag by a string from his buttonhole. It M a plain cardboard tag such as tho express companies use, nnd It did not add to tho appearanco of ono'a dress, but It saved money nnd a holdup to wear It. Juno 13 was tag day In Washington. Tag day was a devlco to squeeze dimes and qunrtors out of very pedestrian for tho benefit of a castoft children's playground. It was a pretty mean man who would not band out a dime at least onco for a tag. It was an excessively or reckless ono who would not wear It. No dime, no tag. No tag, no peace. The holdup of wearers of untagged coats occurred every 25 feet. Some-thin- g like $7,000 was realized as a result of the "holdups" for the playground. Children peddled the tags in nil parts of tho city, and no man escaped. There wero storo tags, houso tags, automobile tags, cab tags and personal r tags and a tag that made the owner Immune from attack In all quarters. The store tag cost a dollar, likewise the house tag. Every woman was held up in every store, and it cost down. high-tonefive-dolla- Mrs. Meyer Rouses Feminine Tempest west or the south of the Beacon street circle If they thought it obligatory for them to call on one so far removed geographically. It was broadly Intimated she would not bo at all offended It tho lesser social lights whros ol congressmen particularly eliminated her from their visiting lists. Then Mrs. Meyer aroused a tempest In the teapot by her treatment of her associates in the cabinot circle. She Invariably ignored her colleagues when she was getting up such smart entertainments as the dinner and reception to the duko of the Abruzzl or the duchess of Sutherland. Sho Invited only members of tho diplomatic corps, and selected principally the wives of millionaires from the resident society. Mrs. Meyer was, before marriago, Miss Alice Appleton, daughter of the hoad of the great publishing company. She Inherited a large fortune. Mrs. Meyer recently departed for London. She will spend the season with her two daughters, Miss Alice and Miss Julia Meyer. These young women havo already bowed to the three monarchs, tho czar, tho emperor of Austria and the king of Italy. They will soon make their courtesy to the ruler of Great Drltaln. well-know- n Tho averago merchant Is Informed as to Iho evils of nrlco cutting. He knows Just where to draw tho line, Just how far ho dares go In lowe.ln quotations for tho sako of drawing trade. Ho realizes that even If the prlnclplo of using "leaders" to attract customers Is permissible, It Is limited In Its usefulness and exceedingly dan go rrnis when overdone Not only Is It npt to degenrrato into Indiscriminate cutting of prices, to lead to dissatisfac tion among customers, and has a ten' dency toward giving n store a cheap reputation, but It Is Inclined to arouse suspicion among other merchants and tho people as well. Whllo tho merchant Is so thorough ly grounded In the matter of price-cu- t ting, tho public has not been so gen' erally educated. Thero aro thoso who exult when storo managers are at war believing that they may profit by the losses of tho competitor. It Is Just tho old fable of Aesop over again tho Hon and the bear fight over the prey until both are too much oxhausfr ed to move, and then tho sly fox comet along am! picks up tho dainty and bears It away to oat at his leisure. The public rejoices over the price-cutting campaigns. It profits by them, and on account of the fact that It has been taught to consider prices only, It feels Justified In taking every advantage offered It. Tho store which starts a campaign of price reduction and bellows and roars and screams for the sake of drawing custom, will either go under, becauso it has been foolish or be cause It has made up Its mind to defraud Its creditors, or elso It selli goods which are far lower In merll and truo value than It pretends. The public loses, but It does not reallzo It. If a storo falls to pay Its creditors, tho wholesalers and manti facturers must make their losses good In some way. If tho storo seeks to foist Inferior goods upon tho publle at a lower price, the public gets what It pays for, no doubt, but believes that It has been cheated and robbed. and comes to have a low opinion of merchants as n whole. The whott trouble Ilea In the fact that the pub lic. Instead of being a prey to the merchant. Is really playing Into the bands of sharpers whllo seeking, to often, to get tho best of the mer chants. KEEPING UP-T- ....ABSOLUTE SAFET . IS THE BASIS.I That we 3fler to (IcjioMtora. Other Inducements arc of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. TH0nP30N, Cashier. DIRECTORS J. J. C. Bondurant, O. D. Threlkeld, J. W. Alexsnisr' II. Iluehanan, It, M. Isler, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. T. A. Lodford, THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE rOR RATES APPLY Tl LHAL MANAIER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE MSIMMVta ft TELEGRAPH CO. Letter Heads Statements Bill Heads Envelopes Cards Anytiiif tad rrtrjUtAag fa tt commercial of job type It complete, oar yrew facilities ef ta best, amdoar workmen true typographical artists. This tells all the story ef otir facilities for doing job printing of ths right kind at the right price. kifh-frai- way ef e jrtatinf . Our assortment affairs be CAN American society laid down along lines by the European nobility? DATI. Cards Envelopes been doing some experimenting the past season. Resenting the free and easy custom of everybody and anybody visiting the cabinet homes. Mrs. Meyer has attempted to Introduce foreign methods as regards calling and the general programme. Not since Mrs. Levi P. Morton drew such a line of distinction between accidental official position and hereditary social standing has Washington been so wrought up, as over Mrs. Meyer's haughty attitude toward the wives of cabinet officers and other men In public life. Mrs. Meyer's treatment of wives of members of congress has caused no end of criticism. She Inaugurated the habit of asking women from tho far Mrs. George Ton Lcngerke Meyer, wifo of the postmaster general, has Pertinent Suggestions to Storekeepers As to Doing Dullness Rightly, Greatest successes In the retail ficjd, havo been mado by men whe havo employed system In all branchiei of their business. Men of antiquated methods who hare made successes would havo made moro money had they been systematic in their bust ncss. methods of book keeping, a system for checking ovet goods as thoy arrlvo and as they gc out when the orders arc filled are most essential. Stock should be kopt la such a way that tho merchant doei W. J. McMurray. not havo to waste considerable ttmt J. W. Roney. beforo being ablo to know whethei ho has any need of any lino to fill stocks. Ono excellent way In which the country merchant can keep his Ideal Is by spending a day ot two oach year In visiting the large cities and studying the methods em' Practice la all the courts In the ployed by tho firms engaged In hit State. line ot business. A day off occasion Deeds, mortgages and all kinds of ally In somo strango town whero s contracts. study of windows and store Interior! Notary Public in office. and methods may be made Is mor HICKMAN, KY. than helpful. In the homo town one can never gel Offlco over Holcomb's Jitjj store. away from tho practices of hit fetlon tradesmen, unless bo benefits by ex perlences had elsewhoro. In n strangi placo wo are of tho gazing crowd, and we see things from a different Iolnt of view than when at homo. Some criticism may point out t fault that wo have been guilty of i hundred times and never noticed, nnd a criticism of a stranger somctlmei forces us to reallzo that we can im HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. prove In our own methods and wi Will practice In all the courts In the profit by tho suggestion. A country town storekeeper maj State. Office on east side Davis Block. learn much In a city but much of II may bo llttlo suited to rural condl tlons. The small town merchant needi somo lessons from progressive mom bers of his own class. Remembei that thoro aro many who can oxcel AT us In some ways. If wo fall to keor allvo, some more enterprising competitor will beat us out. o Bill Heads Statements Letter Heads Davidson & Still lis Roney & McMurray, Postage Stamp Gum as Article of Diet LAWYERS. EVERY time a person licks a United postage stamp ho gets a taste of sweet potato. Tho gum with which that succulent vegetable because Un- the stamps are backed is mado from cle Sam's lieutenants consider li tho most harmless preparation of the sort. All of tho gum used on American postage stamps Is mixed by tho government at tho bureau of engraving and printing, where the stamps are made. It Is spread on tho sheets after the stamps havo been printed. The gum, In a liquid form. Is forced up through pipes from tho basement, whero It Is made. Theso pipes lead to a series of machines consisting of rollers, between which tho sheets of stamps are fed, one at at time. A continuous fine stream of tho liquid gum falls upon ono of these rollers. The sheet with its wet coating of sweet potato mucilage passes American "Suckers" Warned by Consul American consul at has furnished a guldo to "suckers" In a report warning tho American tourist what not to buy in tiio way of antiquo and art objects. Prefacing his romurks with the statement that even a man with much tnouoy cannot tuko a 30 day correspondence courso In art and antiquity and theu tell what he Is buying, he points out those familiar deceptions that lire now being hung up abroad for rich' Americans who aro thirsting for artistic environment: "Robert Hunts Chairs Hobblo did not keep au Installment furniture THE fiom tho rollers into a long horizontal flue with hot air. When It emerges at tho other end tho gum Is dry. Tho government makes two kinds of postage stamp mucilage. If ono could seo the packages of stamps as they come to the post office ready to be sold ono would find them labeled, according to season, "Summer Gum" or "Winter Gum." The former Is much the harder of tho two and was devised some years ago to keep the stamps from getting sticky In warm, moist weather. While Uncle Sam tries to make the lot of the stamp llcker as Innocuous as possible, ho docs not advlto making a meal oft his sweot potato gum. Tho whole process of gum making and applying is made as clean as posslblo, but thero Is yet another Item to be considered. A sheet of postage stamps Is handled a good many times beforo It even leaves tho bureau whore It Is made. If you must lick any of your stamps pick out those from tho middle of the sheet. The corner ones havo gone through the fingers of half a dozen or more counters, not to mention the per- fanners." forators and tho separators and tho Seek to Attract Attention. rest. Thero are many ways In which the nvorngo retailor can get up a cheap though effectual advertisement. An advertisement recently put out by a house, and what the constablo did not local concern was a cheap one In so far as tho expenso of preparing and circutake, buyers long ago have. "Mary Queen of Scots Tables The lating It was concernod. Tho fact that queen was rather migratory, owing to it was a novel one, and ono which circumstances, and did not carry many brought the subject mattor to the very door of tho consumer mado It a good tables around with her. "Sheffield Plate It Is mostly mod one. It was the advertisement of a era, aged with processes that are now dye and cleaning concern. The "Engravings and Prints Anclonl proprietor cf the concern seemed to copies aro turned off tho press every bo tho ownor of a vory pretty Spitz dog. Ho advertised bis business day for tho 'fish' from America. through tho medium of this dog. One "Crystal nod China Tho servnnti day he would bo a red dog, another broko most of tho old stuff conturlei day ho would wear a coat of green, ago, and the old shapes aro entlrelj and so on for tho various days of new, tho week. Tho odd colors attracted "Raro Old Furniture This is madi tho attention of all at once and In with pumice stone and oil, which will many cases awakened sympathy, Tho ago any old chair or tablo In a week." dog, as If zealous about his master's Summing up, ho says that for more business, had become a perfect rover, than 50 years collectors havo run so tho advertisement was enen about sacked every available nook foj th town whenever tho canluo donned and works of art, and that when a new coat. This Is somewhat ever ono Is to bo fouud it costs inonej after thoWdea employed by tho man- and ought to bo accompanied with i responsible dealer's guaranty. company that uses greyhounds to ad- vantage. s DENTISTS. Hickman, Ky. Over Cowglll'i dr.; storo. Union CHy, Tcnn. In C. D. A bulldlug. omens: jt B. T. DAVIS, Attorney at Law SBBSSSB94Bs SSsKllSBBBBBBBBBk Meet Your Friends Lauderdale's Loud and Lutty Advertising. There can bo seen every once in while the front of somo erstwhile dig nlflcd store plastered with flaming red signs, announcing unheard-obargains, tremondous reductions, sensational, disastrous, ruinous cuts In price, and tho rest of the exprcssloni bo common to the cheapest grade ol stores. It seems that a merchant Is extremely apt to succumb to the wiles of tho man who beltoves In ad vcrtlslng through a megaphone and with a bucket of red paint. What man has the most Influence the man with the loudest voice? What friend glvet ndvlco which Is heeded the man with fho hcavjest tone, who yells In your ear and enforces It with crazy gestic ulations? Does the man who exag gerates extravagantly claim faith and trust tho most? Advertising la right and proper, but advertising with such methods Is cheapening and harmful. It appeals to tho senses In the wrong f well-worn Tonsorial Parlors Best In nickman. Hot and cold baths; ejectrlo lights and fans, hydraullo chairs and everything for comfort. Don't Preach About Home Trade and at the same time send your orders for job printing out of town. Your home printer can do your work just as good, and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city man's prices, because he pa)' much less for running penses. By sending your next printing order td this office you'll be belter satisfied all around, and you'll be keeping the money at home. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, way. Notions, Etc. Call and seo our stock. Everything WE AND PRINT T Chinese Salt Tax. clpal revenues of tho omplre, aDOUi x,uuu,uoo a year. In China (ho salt tax Is a government monopoly. It Is ono of the nrfn. SALE BILLS PRINT h CM yl)dlni Mary Berendes&Company RlGlU HOME CANNING INDUSTRY. FARMER AND PLANTER. K; Time li Money. go need n yenr tt- - ktow a pig, Sis two hefuro a ttocr Is big, ITho hens lay every day. Haifa takes three rears to spread. tfhorso as colt four yc'irn we toed, ITho heni lay ovcry day. (fietd of grain Just onco wo renp, : yearly fleeco take off our ahoop, LTho hena lay every day. LVfew WHERE SHE HAD THE BULGE. Telephone Girl's Great Opportunity to Get Gloriously tven. cashier Vmi innn that that had tho nerve to complain of mo TIME TO HUSTLE. Afrldl's ALL IN THE FAMILY. A weeks yield the honoy stnro, sen blossoms, fruit and all are o cr, LTho hens lay every day. wo wall, Rter others things, too Ions four life late. la short, and pay-daThe hens lay evcry'aay. ' Farming world. y -- SUIT YOUR SOIL. By Plantlno the Thlnos Adapted You Succeed. tho croat mistake what wo want attrw on n certain place, without giv-k- f much thought to what It would gfow best As a matter of fact, all itls will crow something: and we want mflnd out whnt the soil used Is host Ited to. Tho dry desert plains grow cactus. Tho valleys, mountains, tins, deserts, bogs, sands, clays, all wo nlantn necullarlr adantcd to pfoh. Tho pond grows the water Illy. Ilfjjwe should try to grow this Illy on bill out or tno water, ana tno corn fjtho pond, wo would not meet with KSch success;, yet wo often do things tarty as bad as this. If wo give tho subject some study. will find Uiat It Is not always tho it fortllo lands that will giro trw itest profit Teas, peauutJ, sweet Mtetoes, melons, peaches, plumi, all JS' best on poor or medium rolli; as much, or mora, can be made crowing theso on poor land than 'raining cotton and corn on rich I nave often seen fields of planted on poor land that would yield flvo bushels per acre. Then Mk soveral workings to mako that mwch: while If tho same land had SWeo planted In peas, It would havo ,MMo nvo or ten bushels, besides twenty to thirty dollars' worth of vino hay, and with not over ono or plowing. With the same work fertiliser that the corn received, hundred bushels of sweet pota ts per aero could havo been made. takes good land to make com and ; grain or grass crops. In fact, I k It Is almost Just a matter of much feed you rlvo It an to how iasMsh corn can bo mndo Der acre. Mr. ,lMtTcr Williamson uses S00 to 1,000 ids of fertilizer per aero and gets A SfclMte 125 bushels of corn per acr. It twmum Kinni i.inu nnu ncn, ncn lana 7fr2atrawberrles. and lots of bard On tho old red elnr Mil quarts of per 33 flsslty bo grown dewberries very acre and with Httlo r, and dewberries bring nearly as as strawberries. :h lands are a detriment to things. For Instance, peaches llrlch land will usually mL Moimm .potatoes will run to vino to tho .1 fruit, J MMtt of Thero Isand so on In manynot an aero or cor- RWIII MS Mm ... MuBvuiciuiiii:: in . nnu wrnii wn . av n n i in . nu uAuviinc i aui uouman. in Care of Farm Machinery. eod reasoning tells us that thero ikbut two times during the year that machinery needs any special First, when It Is In use; second, It Is not In use. bo season without shelter will ivwcnr caused uy -- 1 us . uso during mo aI . til .... al. I parts, win nenoufiir inienerc tho working of the rnachlno when again put In uso. By this ox- - hen the pennon's vork with a cor- - ninchlno has been ...11i l, t flnUhcd, It oueu rag. j .l t a parts with either tallow or a grndo of axle grease. ffnr rnrnfiillr mittlnr nwnv ihn mnn nana, fun linn .mAnt ohmiifi stored In n sbed of soma kind, or innn nn mir in rnn nntn u niui uiivu nua.u ui is a goo a mca to coat lit-- l . breeding again. Tho first litter dam and for this reason It no sho should bo glvon a rest. matters not ri how stylish and i lit I n ih nirriiL'rii air iinimrn ti ( a u riiiiitui Iin iiiiniinii'iii'if. 1 in Oreaj Profit as Wall at Economy, Kor tht past few years thoro has been n Ix'go number of steam can ning factories established throughout tho country for tho purposo of canning frulU sjid vogotnblos of all kinds, all of which has been a great holp to fkriaers, truck and fruit growers. Tho farmers who hcrotofora havo been raising only wheat, oats, corn, hay, etc., for tho market, havo turned their nttontlon to tho growing of fruits and vegotnblcs for tho can- nnrlnf K'nw If (hn.A titnnTn rnnntnff factories can afford to Invest from Ave to twenty thousand dollars In cans and other equipments, hlro experienced labor, burn costly fuel and pay tho farmers and truck growcra high prices for their fruits and ogoMhlcs, and mako from 25 to 75 per cent on the Investment, can not a home canner be made more profitable to tho farmer? With a home cannery any ono can turn tho wasto product of tho farm Into caib, and Instead of growing for tho winners, and giving them a largo profit, tho farmer can savo that amount himself. He can buy his cans, labels and cases almost as cheap as tho largo factories; Instead of buying produce ho can grow his own fruits and vegetables, nnd In moat cases ho has his own help. The beauty and advantago of them over the largo factories Is that they arc portablo, can be operated In a shod, on a porch, or oven tako thorn to tho orchard or berry field, set tlicm undor the shade of a tree, or anywhere you wish. To glvo an Idea of tho profit there la In a homo canner, not to say any thing about the good things that may ho put up for your" own use, will say that last year I bought a homo can ner for 133.75 complete. It has a dally capacity of 800 cans, and after plant tng out two acres of tomatoes and beans, I made clear over and abovo all my expenses, $246. or $123 to tho acre. I hod never had any expcrlcnca or beans any In growing tomatoes mnrn thnn for family Ute. I put up over 3,000 rns for mysolt and other people, with a loss of only 84 e.an. or less than 1 p?r cent Instead of selling my toaiutoes to the steam factory, which was established hero lust year, for 20 ccnt3 per t jfhel, tho prlco they were paylnc. - Pt them up myself and roallxcd 6S cents np himhM. Instead of Belling my beans to them for 75 cents per bushel, I put them up myself and realized si ner bushel: and so It was with the fruits, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, etc, thst I canned. At tho prices that thosteam factories pay, fruits and vegelnlilcs nrofit the farmers, trucK anu fruit growers more than anything clso thoy can grow, but owning a home canner and packing their own stuff they can savo tho steam canner's nrofit for themselves. I save had wholesale and retail d grocery men tell me that tho goods give much bettor satisfaction to tho trade and consumers than tho largo steam factory goods, and they had rather pay from 10 to 15 cents more on tb'e dozen for goods than for tactoryd packed. While 10 to 15 cents on the dozen Is not much, It Is an average of 12 cents on tho dozen, or 1 cent per can, and with a homo canner with n dally capacity of mine S00 cans this means $8 por day more to mo, or 1 cent per can more than th steam factories can possibly get, yet thoy operate with a profit of 23 to 75 per cent on the Investment Now. 11 tho farmer who has been living fram hand to mouth, and taking all of his wlfo's chicken and egg money to buy somo canned goods to eat, will fcorrow a few dollars from her, buy a home canner, put on tn aero or two of tomatoes, beans, etc, and will stay at home and holp her to mako the crop and can the goods, ho will havo some thing nice to cat without having to go to tho store for It. and If ho wants to buy his wife a new dreis or pay somo on that mortgago, or buy a new buggy, Just lot him can soma for tfco market nnd live Independent. and Fruit And you, Mr. Truck Grower, you who have been mnUlnR glutted markets nnd letting your frulta and vegetables go to waste, buy a homo canner and save all that waste. Tako thoo peaches you have been selling for 50 cents and 75 cents per buBhel, put them In cans and get You can $1.25 to $1.50 per bushel. do It In thirty minutes. To convince you, I wilt remind you that onu bushel of peaches Is worth 75 cents; that a bushel of peaches will fill twenty cans; thoso twenty cans, Including la bols and cases, aro worth 3 cents per can, or CO cents, and tho peaches that go tn tho cans nro wortn 76 cents, Cost of peaches nnd cans, $1.35. Those twenty cans of peaches, at tho lowest price of "pie" or "unpeolod" poaches, would bo worth 10 cents, or $1.40 lot your peaches. Farmers, fruit growers and truck rnlser, buy a home cunning outfit, save tho waste product and turn It Into cash; U'a tho Httlo things that count. It. U Southern, In Southora Agriculturist. Sourct f homo-packehome-nackeb The His to tho boss tho otner nay, sam mo niri t dm telenhone desk, to a Now Yor Times writer.- - "Well, I got oven' with him. all right. Ho am i marneu. but ho's got a best girl. His father owns a shoo factory over in jersey, n.i rtrh mvi Well, she called him up tho other afternoon at her usual time. 'Is Mr. Smith theror sho nsKs, In her most romantlcklst volco. 'Yes,' I answers. Just as honeyllko as she. nna 'It s his wire warns mm, isn i iw IttliL that Miss Girl hung up with such a jerk my car hurt. Smith goes around wondering why sho does not call him up. Every tlmo ho dares ho says to mo: 'Has any ono called mo on tho 'phone, Miss Limit?' And I look as Innocent as a kid and shako my head 'No.' I tell you, us tcicpnono gins ran turn Jov to tho Urldo Into 'Noth- In' Doln" any tlraa wo please. Mo tor Us." .... Kid Oeo whiz, but er feller feels lonesome in do spring If ho ain't got er got!! In a Morocco Harem. Every woman In tho harem has her faco decorated in tho most curious manner. Tho practice Is to elongate tho eyebrows to the cars and to embellish the chin with llttlo points of black paint. In contrast with the men, their complexions are very fair, as they are shut within walls and are never exposed to tho sun. SUFFERED TWENTY-FIV- YEARS. Dest of All. With Eczema Her Limb Peeled and IU J. Mnyher, No. 40C South Clark Foot Was Raw Thought AmputaSt.. Chicago, writes ns follows: tion Was Necessary Believes "I havo kept and used your Hunt's Life 8aved by Cutlcura. Lightning Oil for tho last ten years la my family. It is the only kind to "I havo boon treated by doctors for havo and tho best of all." twenty-flvyears for a bad aso of It cures Cuts, Uurns, Drulscs, eczema on ray leg. They did their best. Sprains, Aches, Pains, Stings and but failed to cure It. My doctor had Kites. It kills Cblegers, too. advised mo to havo my leg cut off. At this tlmo my leg was peeled from tho Attractions of Flowers. A flower has an almost human way kneo, my foot was like a piece of raw flesh, and I had to walk on crutches. of first attracting Insects. This Is by I bought a set of Cutlcura Remedies. appealing to their fondness for swcei After tho first two treatments tho thlncs. ThJro is secreted in every swelling went down, and In two flower a store of honey, large or small. months my leg was cured and tho now as tho csbo may be, to which the skin camo on. Tho doctor was sur- midge, the butterfly, thu bee, tho blue prised and said that ho would use bottlo fly and other Insects are atCutlcura for his own patients. I havo tracted. now been cured over seven years, and It's Fine. but for tho Cutlcura Remedies I C. M. Johnson, Loulsvlllo, Ky might have lost my life. Mrs. J. D. Rcnaud, '277 Montana St., Montreal, writes: "I have used your Hunt's Cure, and Quo.. Feb. 20. 1907." it is fine," We havo many similar letters. AN EARLY VICTIM. Hunt's Cure is a strictly guaranteed remedy for any variety of skin diseases. It stops Itching instantaneously. An Open Question. Editor Are you a good critic or a bad speller? Reporter Why do you Musical ask? Editor Because In this report of SIgnor Growllnt you say he Is a baso singer and that the orchestra soloist is a vile player. In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASA powder. It cures painful, smarting, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails. of tho of the World haa Manv of tho hill tribesmen In India always been for a simple, pleasant and Join tho. Drltlsh sldo and become most efficient liquid laxatlvo remedy of known valuablo recruits. Somo years ago In value; a laxativo fvhlcli physicians could a cftmnnlen acalnst tho Afrldls one sanction for family uso becauso its comof tho columns was much annoyed by a persistent "sniper" who followed it ponent parts aro known to them to b dally. Eventually ono of tho newly wholesome and truly beneficial In effect, Joined Afrldl recruits requested leave acceptable to tho system and gentle, yet to fall out for a couplo of hours to prompt, in action. settle the trouble. At tho end of the In supplying that demand with its extlmo ho strolled In placidly and flung cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and of tho snlpor. down the head On belne congratulated by his of Elixir of Senna, tho California Fig Syrup ficer and asked how he had managed Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relic to find his enemy so quickly, ho re on tho merits of the laxative for its rcmark-abl- o "I know nis ways, plied laconically: success. sahib." That Is ono of many reasons why "Why." said the officer, "was ho a Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given friend of yours?" "My father, sahib!" tho prcfcrcnco by tho To get its beneficial effects always buy What, Indeed! CaliTompkins Is ono of tho people whe the genuine manufactured by tho has taken up tho phrase, "What dc fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for ssJo by all leading druggists. Trice fifty cent you know about that!" The other afternoon his beautiful per bottle. stenographer laid down her paper and Simple Explanation of Easy Victory. General Demand said: "I agrco with Olga Nethersolo in the opinion that It Is better to bo a mother than to havo a career." "Well," exclaimed Tompkins, "what do you know about that!" Wouldn't Wash It. "What Is that young man doing out there?" "Trying to attract my attention with the handkerchief flirtation, I guegs." "You do not seem to be responding." "No, I am not his laundress." Nashville American. Capudlne Cures Indigestion Pains, Sour stomach and Uartburn no matter from what cuie. Gives Immediate relief. Prescribed by physicians because It la lure ami enecuve. rriai Dome iuc. ttegu-a- r size Zc and Wc at all druggists. Birthdays, holidays and weddings are what keep the average man poor. 20 MULE TEAM BORAX IN A NEW PACKAGE. Host economical to buy. All dealers. Bar the package topa : each Is worth 12 coupons In exchange for presents, rrcmlua List free of I'ACiriU COAST BOItAX CO., Cuicsoo, III. 5 lbs. WHITWORTH COLLEGE BROOKHAVEN, MI S3, A Celebrated College for Young Ladiet) Fcr CalaUrut aJJrtu Wbitworth College. sires V NEW DISCOVEKYs cases, x nrv, worn Kit KB. Jlookof teitlmonlsTs and 10daft 1IL. U. II. UHKEN'tJ HONS, llux 11, ATLAKTA. ilx. fJOlDC nrrtatirr A. N. K- QTIRPU eaitstttovorkwlthaaa -F (1908 27) 2237. The Drink that Cheers 1 but does not inebriate. 'Tea ited with thee qualities ' hu been cred-- ttst"tetasnd tttignc: more. - It is cooling, delicious and refreshing: 'And comparing tea, couee ana coca-io- u 'Relieves "What Is tho matter. Jack?" "lioohoo! Catherine says she's de cided 1 ain't her affinity after all!" THE H0RR0R8 OF ECZEMA. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the ago. Makes new shoes easy. A certain euro for sweating feet. Sold by all Druggists, 25c Accept no substitute. Trial package, FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N, Y. Another Rust. Eva (pouting) There, now, see what you have done. Your cigar has left a spot of ashes on my cheek. I'll Jack Don't be angry, dear. Ox Jsa. M. MiCutks, SattCValMof OorjU.nU! s sn nSIectd la ib oeca nukn Masks ol "I safe sssm n lulrtli. I a4 latrels aa usee ol Dm ilkaloM coolne. lor vkkh I audt ipcdal esrea, and doc til. f of a aatare sar more UWrioo rasa voaJ4 as scrirss I rocs aaordUary caa ol sea or cotes." An Eminent Chemist Says t mt trcM cskal GET THE GENUINE Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! Eczema Is maddening. Your skin Is on fire, and tho moro you scratch the moro Intense becomes the agony of it Stop scratching! It will never relievo you It cannot euro you It only makes things worse. Wheth er you, your child or a member of your family Is suffering with eczema or any skin disease apply LITTELL S Stops LIQUID SULPHUR at onco. Itching instantly and Is a guaranteed cure for any and all skin diseases. for a largo samplo Send 10c bottlo sent postpaid to any address. Ilhuma-Sulphu- r Company, 407 No. 2nd SL, St. Louis, Mo. to-da- y 5c. Everywhere Eva How? Jack Why, I'll kiss you on the spot Do You Itch? Tho cup of human misery la never quite full until somo form of itching skin disease is added. Then It over flows. Hunt's Curo Is a specific for any itching trouble ever known. One application relieves. One box is guar anteed to cure any ono case. it AffealtmiSlt DOES YOUR BABY Gain at Least a Pound per Week? This is the proper gain. If it doesn't the fault lies with the stomach. of tho mutual Improvement societies It was at a social gathering of one Cause for Thanks? which help to pass the shining (or otherwise) hour in an edifying manner. A llttlo singing was to be indulged In by some of tho members, and about half-wadown the program tho namo figured. Alas, of Miss Molcmy-Urowhowever, when tho tlmo came for nor to appear a messenger arrived to say that the lady was suffering from a cold, and, therefore, tho chairman had to excuse her to the audlonco. "Ladles and gentlemen," ho said, "I havo to announco that Miss Drown will be unablo to sing, aa announced, and, therefore, Mr. Urcon will glvo us Stray A Song of Thunksglvlug.'" Stories. y n "Too bad." "Yes." "How did you discover It?" "I didn't; ho told me." "Then perhaps ho may get over Nashville American. "That man is a poet," Not Incurable. it" Examlno carefully every bottlo of CASTOIUA a safo and sure remedy for Infants and children, and'seo that it Signature In Uao For Over .'JO Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought On the Country Picnic. She hung her head. "Really, Mr, Matnerlng," she stam-H mered, "this er Is so so sudden "For goodness sake," cried Manner-lng- . "stop blushing so. Here comes a bull!" Try Murine Eye Remedy Important to Mothers. Dr. McGee's C&zf&U . Baby Elixir makes lean babies fat and sick babies well. It puts the stomach and bowels in such a perfect state of health that all it eats goes into nourishment. Cures Diarrhoea, The "Pivot" Age. When Is a man "old?" Is It a mat tor of looks, or feeling, or ago, or pro-Waltors, for InfeBslonal custom? stance, are held to be "old" at 50. Dut at that period of life statosmon banisters, actors, bishops and Judges aro accounted young. Athletes of all kinds aro doomed "old" after 40 or thereabouts. The board of trade regulations say that railway mon and others aro "old" for their work at CO. Old age pension scheme makers consider 65 as the pivot ago on which to hang their pains. Tho point Is certainly a vory debatable one. Hearts of Oak Journal. 1 For Red. Weak. Weary, Watery Kyes. Murine Doesn't Smart bootbes tye Tain. All DrucRi'U Sell Murine at Mcts. The 43 l'sge Hook in each Pkg. is worth Dollars in fvery home. Ask your Druggist. Murine Kye Remedy Co., Chicigo. Summer Complaint, .s a Pennsylvania's First Governor. Tho first governor of Pennsylvania under tho constitution of 1790 wa Thomas Mifflin. U- and all disorders arising from teething. Good winter and summer. Pleasant to take. Guaranteed to contain no opium or a poisons, bpienaia tor delicate women wun sick stomachs. At your drug-gists- 's, 25c and 50c a bottle. a 1 Sour Stomach 1 . Diversify and Thero U ono great object wo shoidd n ointment of vaiollno an I mil work for and tho only ono that vrlll r Is n good ono for scaly !ogi. glvo tcllcf, and that Is to get out of or cankor In fowls, ulutn wator dobt, and mako every thing that w rut mum in tno enn at our homes and on our (arms tecouimcnuod. to live on, nnd wo will not nepd voiy much money. God grant tho day Hint wo as and producers of ill Hit oarth'a wealth will coma mora and more together nnd coino lu olbow 111. touch with each other and Iourn of onu nvf thor iow tu dp, and learn vital . V it .. ' .1 Vll l each Is ao!ni.Goorla'Ovr. lo. South la filthy water fnuntnlmt Cultivator. 1. Diseases of Poultry. I For Twenty Years. Other chill remedies may sprung up, flourished tcr- a brief sea- poopisanacBiiarDD. sue. son, then passed away even from No, Cordslla, tho biggest words do memory but for twenty long years Cheatham's Chill Tonic has boon In not always havo the most weight. tho field of nctlon. Tho reason Is slm-tilITS. PU Vitus Danr ana Nrrrous Iiltrssrs it Una s Ureal Nrrro llrttorrr. cured bT It has merit. It actually cures oulll una ,rriw7 ,'ri MM lur ntrin a. Chills and Fevers whllo the majority II. 11. Kline, lu Mil Area oirteu Ono of othors merely promise to. With tho numerous courts in ses bottlo guaranteed to curo any ono case. slon these are trying times. Not Recorded. Mrs. Hill Did they record that politi- Kor eatldrtji VTInsInvr' Kouthluif Hjrraii. tetlblnx, ioC'tit tho gumi, r.Jucn cian's speech? t ilu,cui wlnitv ill's. .'ctbotUo. Jill 1 believe not. Thoy hadn't a wind guugo,! btt'.love. Yonkcia Statestime People waste a lot i t C man. In foolish argument. - TO UIIIVB OUT MAT.A1IIATHE ST8TEM. ANI 1!U1LJ Tata tho Old Btandard UUOVKH TAMTH.KBS luu iixiw inu jou aro bottlo. Vi ui. u lurwy. blktnlr urlntotl uu ovorr latin furiaubL is a tauls bowing-- tit slniplfUulnlDsand Iron have furm, and tba mull rSoctual form. la Iur gruwu Avoid au suDsnuues. Mayfield Medicine Manufacturing Company, Ml (. lu.rs.rtUJ). 6T. LOUIS. MO. jj'o H CIIII.1IICK.V H TXl.TIIINO H j BOWEL TROUBLES tntsllclua ol Merert fall lu rclleva at ouce. It h t.ie fnvorlta babyhere stick U nurtea ainl Viiinily iluct.irk. Muturrs vry tbe C'lillilrou for Colic, I) urntrry. It und urf tUrlr frlviul to g e Cram w, Dlnrruofu. Flui. Km -- ..iuavti, and nU Hlooiu- u nua nil It. Don't flriMrrv, I "I tuk llocl Ailment. Yuucou l)r lliiritera JIuckltrry Cordial. S&aul CO cents at Urn,- !or, nr b mall, 're. bt-sslri-o-i- Dr. Biggcrs Huckleberry Cordial HlLTIlVAMlllH TAYIOK llltl''! TO., A- -" CVUCS BTONACU'ACliG IN TEN M. riri-ular- a V .. . St fyT" J" " (ouricr's TfJcmr j Infidelity Is a moral Desert of SaHickman, Ky. Tim Glover and family attended hara ; nothing grows In It but sand. What has It done? What light his services at Mt. Olive Sunday. p, nd think that Never il is and Board, it flashed Into darkness? What hope Included, hive 411 women, yoornell Fred Mosier and wife spent Sun o has it given to the despairing? What to tatter piln. Large com day with Mose Marshall and family by the day or week. Thousands ol women have writpardon has it brought to guilt? What Waldon Stlgler will open a school fortable rooms bath in connecthn ten to tell how they hate cured knowledge has it taught what goodat Rogers' school house next Mon their womanly lilt, and relieved Reasonable Rates !! ness shown? None. Nor can it, llllon day. their paint j and over a -A negative has no positive force hate been benefited, In various Miss Ivey Williams, of Hickman, an eunuch mightas well try to beget other forms ol lemale disease, is visiting Miss Vera Jchnson, this 0 jears, by that the past children. No ; infidelity never rais-eweek. popular and successful lemale a man or woman from sin. It gUnPunccmrut; remedy gutBuck Esque and wife were the never took a drunkard from the Needle. Shuttle and Bobbin for or guests of Henry Howard and family ter, a gambler from his cards, uie In All Mftkee of Sewing Machine accompany all an Sunday. WINE The cash must th'e fallen from a life of shame. It (o nouncements to insure their publicThis machine will produce a needle or a bohbinto Miss May Briggs, of Hickman, OF never found a man course or brutal ationsno exceptions. Un made of s visiting her grandmother in in life and character, and fit any machine mode. SEE IT! It Remember we carry a splendid line of furniture him a kind husband and father. ion City. WOMAN'S RELIEF For Sheriff: lands among and sell at right prices. Also have a well equipped never went into hcathern Miss Lucile Caldwell is spending We are authorized to announce "I believe I would now have and lifted undertaking department. the morally depraved hrn flcid." wrllet .Mrs. Minnie as candidates for the office of a few days with Miss Una Marshall, Lam be, of Lebanon Junction, Ky., them out of their degradation to a Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to near Clayton. I II It luHn'l heea for Cardul. high state ol civilization. It has the action of the Democratic pri had suffered with bad cramptnz Homer Haynes and wife, of Hick mary, Nov. 3, the following: spells, pains in my dick, tioca never written down languages, transman, visited in the Shepherd neigh and arms, and awful lated literature, prepared text books, HERSCHELL JOHNSON pains. Now these pains nae an borhood Sunday. or planted schools, or established lone, as a result of uslnf Cardul. GOALDER JOHNSON Miss Georgia Council, of near Commissioner's Sale. V colleges. It has nevseminaries and DAVE MORGAN At All Druggists spent Sunday evening with Crystal, Fulton Circuit CuyR- -, Kv er founded hospitals for the sick or A. G. KIMBRO WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE, Miss Maud Osborne. Alvin Adams, etc, Plltf j homes for the helpless. What disL. C. RODERSON stating npp and to Ladle Advisory Dept., VI. L.'y Mrs. Grace Caldwell, of near it made? Has it addcoveries has Tlio Clmttnnooca Medicine la. Petition Deft. The following arc subject to the Freemont, is spending the week with flinllnnooira. icnn. to human happiness? ed anything November election 1909 : Bv virtue of a Tudcment :r,.i her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Howard. Does it bring one ray of comfort to der of Sale of Fulton Circuit t CHAS. NOONON Miss Irene Williams, of near the chamber of death? The relirendered at the May Term, thT' COMPANY GARB. gion of Jesus Christ has done this, Crystal, spent Saturday night with ivus in tne tuove cause, fir ;y County Court Clerk: Too many of us seem to act on the sum of The question arises, "What and more. too. "The tree is known her sister, Mrs. Fanny May Camp ..with Interest at the n'r ... principle that anything is good We are authorized to announce bell. Shall I Do With It?" There is by its fruits." n enough for those we associate with as candidates for office of Clerk of way than to deposit It no better Miss Georgia Council, of Crystal, day of the County Court of Fulton County, They are "our folks at home. In the A KIND WORD. a number of young peo 19 . until paid, and ( what we say subject to tne action oi tne Demo entertained and it doesn't matter herein, I shall proceed to cft-- r A kind word costs but little, cratic primary, Nov. J, tne touow ple at a birthday party last Satur or do, or how we say or do it, when ing: sale at the court uouie oc- -r but it may bless all day the one to day night, and all seemed to en mm We have Hickman. Kv.. to the hiphei' t . no outsider is present. S. D. LUTEN whom it is snoken. Nav. have not joy themselves. of Hickman, der, at PUBLIC AUCTION, and manners our everyday clothes S. T. ROPER kind words been spoken to you which 13th day ol July. 1908, at l on then. When some one calls we W. E. MATLOCK where It will be Absolutely Your LiVer have lived in your heart through clock p. m , or thereabout and are ready for you safe and always put on our company garb, II. F. TAYLOR l (Hit of ordrr. You atu to IksI In a Nul hu County Court day), upon a rr, years, and borne fruit of joy and when you need it. mor mid Kd up with n Iml Ut III your very different persons. We hardly of six or twelve months the ...i hope? Let us speak kindly tc one You wmit Mtmrtliliiff to tlliiulnte spending and save mouth. Limit your know each other, so great is the County Attorney: ing described property, tti liver jourllvrr. Juittrjr llerhliir. We have burdens and another. the balance. You will be surNo. 2 in the division of th" cure for Ointtlp.it ton. We are polite to transformation. you can authorized to announce tutor. A tHMltlte Hvr complnlltU. Mr. We are prised how quickly worries, but let us not," therefore, Iiyipt'P'ln mid part of section No 36, T. , are a charming as candiaates tor tne omce oi K . Kt. Worth. each other. We create capital when you go Tem. wrlto: "Have umm! rasp and irritate those near us, those West, bounded as follows family, as our visitors probably County Attorney of Fulton County, Heroine In ruy famllr for jrnra. Word a about it in the proper way and nlng at the northwest cornet : we love, those whom Christ would I think nlout It. wlmt with determination. think, because of the harmony that subject to the action of the Demo enn't r!rr household nre imppr ami null, degrtr f. No. 1 thence north have us save. Speak kindly in the when the door is closed cratic primary, Nov. J, the touow nnd we owe It to Heroine." Sold bjr fowexists. But 16 poles to a stake ; thence Pal Some Money tfruy NaU- morning; it lightens the cares of ing: Kill's Hruir Hlore. Incnnd Hrlm .1 Mllwm. 89 degrees east 334 poles on our visitors we draw a brsath of not around the house where it JAS. w. RONEY the day, and makes the household p "t river, thence south 16 stolen, but feel at liberty to relapse relief and may be destroyed or Accidentally Shot. ALLISON TYLER and all its affairs move along smooththe northeast corner of lot N by depositing It in this bank. again. We are so in our old ways a T. N. SMITH thence north 89 degrees n i ly. Speak kindly at night, for it Henry Palsgrove, an aged and We stand fer safety First, unused to company ways that we do line of said lot to the beginning c maybe before dawn some loved one Last and All the Time. prominent farmer rending east of not feel at home in them. But this taining JS acres more or i u County Assessor: may finish his or her space of life Hickman was seriously injured last is all wrong. We ought to consider to lot No. 3 in the division oi t for this world, and it will be too late We are authorized to announce week, being shot through the right W. nnarlcrnl lection M 1 1,1 home and all the members of the .a as candidates tor the omce ot As arm by the accidental discharge of to ask forgiveness. 7 a h'.iinilril at IQIlowt household as entitled to the first con sessor of Fulton county, subject to Keep The Kidneys Well. ginning at the northwest cor'f a shot gun. Mr. Palsgrove, in com sideration in all things. What are the action of the Democratic pri THE WATCHER IN THE PEW. panv with a party returning trom a it ml tli Lt Worth Savlttu. ami lot No. 2. thence cast 236 P those we meet in society to us that mary, Nov. 3, the following: the r Know the line of said lot to to a fishing trip at Bayou De Chiene, Some Hickman IVo; His herk is fitted on a we should take such pains to be north IS S poles ROE thence CHARLES D. How to Sat It. stopped at Beelerton to water hii and turns clear around. He sees agreeable to them and neglect thence west parellel with sai BEN F. WILSON poles to a stake In the horse. While out of the buggy his everything that goes on. The man those who have the strongest claim Many Hickman people take their '236 CHAS. BEADLES pi horse started to run and Mr. Pals lives in their hands by negating the road, thence south 16 who comes in late does not escape upon us? It all comes about because WILL J. THOMPSON beginning, containing 2, the grove in catching at the lines, seized .him, and it is vain for the tenor to we have eot into a wrong way of kidneys when they know these or- mare or less. Also lot NoJOHN F. MCCLELLAN a gun which was lying in the bupgy, gans need help. Sick kidneys are illvlilnn of the east think he got that little note to the thinking. We have put the home of 20l a and was discharged during the resnnnjlble for a vast amouit of in section 14, T, 1, R 7 west,"- alto, conveyed between the leaves into the background, when it should For Jailer. -- ,i fA inwiHuinnintr ai a m scramble. The heavy charge of of a hymn-boounobserved. The occupy the foremost place in our r waaw f We are authorized to announce shot tore a portion of the muscle suffering and ill health, but there ts in the northeast corner of lot f watcher saw it. He sees the hole thoughts. We should strive to make of suffering nor to remain no need as candidates tor tne omce ui th 1 1.3 ooles to a away from his right arm. Physi in the quarter that Elder Skinner ourselves such pleasant members of Jailer of Fulton County, subject to in danger when all diseases and thrnrr wrsl 66 3 Poles to V ! dropped in the plate. He sees that the household band that our absence the action of the Democratic pri- cians say that an amputation will . aches and pains due to weak kidneys Wqlenn't tin," lticnr - IQUth .3 WliVII Deacon Slowboy has but one cuff. mary, Nov. 3, the following: probablp be necessary. lot f is like the loss of the sunshine from can be quickly and permanently cur nnlc tn the corner of If the door swings, he looks around; a summer day. We can do it and thence east with said line of i.J JOE NOONON Pain will dfpart in exactly 20 ed by the use of Doan's Kidney 66 poles to the beginning c if the window moves noiselessly, he we will do it if we enter into the ED WRIGHT minutes if one of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pills. Here is a Hickman citizen's taining '22 acres more cr 1'" looks up. He sees the stranger in J. B. JONES right spirit the spirit of home. The Pain Tablets is taken. Pain any recommendation: Or sufficient thereof to the neighbor's pew, and he sees idea seems to exist among us that to T, P. BAKER A. P. Iverbey, livinq in Hickman, the sums of money so orderc ! Pain always where, Remember! Brother Badman sitting away back be polite to each other in the family "For two or three made. For the purchase pnc Kv.. savs: Following are subject to the Nov means congestion, blood pressure under the gallery, furtively take a circle is foolish and like putting on in 1909 : months I was troubled from the dis purchaser, with approved s' ember election nothing else. Headache is blood chew of the inhibited or rurltlis. mult execute hS All airs. We must rid ourselves of this W. F. BLAKEMORE pressure ; toothache is blood pres ordered condition of my kidneys. I bearing legal Interest fromth--- . things that nobody wants him to see, notion and act on the principle that sure on the sensitive nerve. Dr. had dull pains in the small of my of sale until paid, and havirr the watcher sees. He sees so much whatever helps to make our inter Superintendent. School Shoop's Headache Tablets also cal back, and whenever I stooped or force and effect of a Judgment t. that he has no time to listen. prepared to course pleasauter outside the family We are authorized to announce led Pink Pain Tablets quickly and lifted anything, sharp twinges would ilers will be circle should be brought into use as candidates for the office of safely coax this blood pressure away cause me misery. At night the ach promptly with these terms. SENSIBLE ADVICE. J. R. Milker, Ccm f there. We should avail ourselves Superintendent of Fulton County from the pain centers. Painful ing in my back greatly disturbed my You would laugh at the child who of any and everything that can be Schools, subject to the action of the periods with women get instant re rest and I rose in the morning feelHeat prostrates the nervtJ should try to pick up a heavy sledge used to advantage in our daily Inter. Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the I usually felt tired and lief. 20 Tablets 25c. Sold by all ing lame following ; one needs a tonic 'o hammer to kill a mosquito. But course. It is no exhibition of airi lame and languid and nervous spells the summer dealers. MISS DORA SMITH grown-u- p customary hot weather many children quite as ness to say '"thank you," or "it you bothered me. My kidneys needed set the T' The only trouble about "Square nml Sr.nirth ilenression. Y foolishly use their strength. They please." These little courtesies are attention as was proved by the sedi County Judge. Deal Wire" is that it lasts too long. 48 hours after bep waste strength. They fret, worry, indications of refinement, and cost ment containtd in the secretions. feel better in 1 We are authorized to announce The Farmers Hardware Co., sells whirl about, get into a passion, have ing nothing, they help to make the such a remedy 1 Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I nlng to take .a for the office of it. as candidates fi. r-fr'r. not time to eat or sleep properly 'wheels of life move more smoothly County Judge of Fulton County. , box at Helm It Ellison's Shoon's Kestorativc. procured a the Indeed, often sit up so late and get It is not in elaborate attempts at Subject tc the action of the DemoDrug Store, and in three days they action in restoring so tired that they can't sleep. These politeness that true gentility con- cratic party. n.r.... t. rnrialno. Of COUf relieved me. It required but one strong in a i'lJ persons, whether old or young, need sists. It is in the simple, honest G. W. WHIPPLE half the contents of the box to affect won't get entirely to learn the following simple rules: expression of the genuine feelings of days, but each day you can a To weak tad aJllnar women, there ti at kaat one F. B ATTEBERRY war to nop. uuiwii tthat t. two LrutmanU. a complete cure. I am glad to say li 1. Never fret yourself nor anybody the heart which is interested in the U local, on u const! W. A. NAYLOR ftel the improvement. That lUaL this cure has been permanent and 1 Soul, but both art Important, both else. 2. Never indulge in fits of welfare of others. Our company spiritless feeling will H. F. REM LEY ui. Btioop I Nlftit cur It UM Local. have no hesitancy in allowing you lifeless, J)r. Bhoop't JUttormUYo, tha ConiUtutlonaL : passion, nor the blues. 3 Never politeness is generally superficial be Tha lonnar Dr. Shoop'l Nlabt Curr U a topical ly depart when using the puooui mtnibraaa luppoaltorr nmtAr, whlla Or. to publish my statement," Circuit Court Clerk. do things in a 'confused hurry. 4. cause we care little or nothing for Restoratr. U wholly an Internal hoop i ItMloraUra For sale by all dealers. Price SO tlve. Dr. Shooo's Tha HsMoratlr reaonat throughout tha Mite . t M Eat regularly, cheerfully, moderate- those we try to be polite to. It is We are authorized to announce InUra tjiUm. kkig tin repair oi all nana, cents. v.. n Co., Buffalo Biiaicit u tailing all blood allraanta. ly, but don't eat what is indigestible. assumed. But if we are interested as a candidate for re election to the til Uuu., and Cur.'', a lu ruyaa tmpUaa. do IM New York, sole agents for the Unit- digestion; it will strength-- n CJ Tha Klfbt iiMouMaoraanauiaajD- 5. Don't cut short your sleep. Get in those at home and are anxious to office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit woriwoiwrouiiMp. tail local waaua ed States. weakened Kidneys and Heitt J Court, subject to the action of the OlKharfM. whll tha KattoraUva, aaa Derrvua eight hours of it in clean, Remember the name Doan's ranawad Ttcor and ambition, .imni., rM,..llillntr the wc make their lives pleasant, we wil Democratic Primary Nov. 3, 1908 : iidtAest. dreatiuuai, bulldt tip waited brlaiUwr about raaawad lated rooms. 6. Give your stomach endeavor to give expression to that itreofth. Tlfor. and anarrr. Taka Vr. Bhoop't and take no other. nerves that the organs depn i M ganaral toolo lUMoratlTa TabUu or Uquld-a- ia j. w. MORRIS and brain, as well as your hands, all inteiest, and in doing that we will be to tha uiUm. Vor potlUra local halp, uaa M wall on. Test it a few days and I" crj Miss Allie Mott Tyler, a young the rest they need. 7. Be uvw.w- doing a really polite thing for such OOIU uy VlnCCU. holiness Church. society woman, and Bruce Knox, trolled, calm, hoptful. Keep a good feelings. The cultivation of thi of Memphis, were married at the conscience and cheerfully trust God expression will be the best possible Sunday School every Sunday evena home of the bride in Fulton, June the best tea costs less than cJ ing at 2 o'clock, and prayer meeteducation in true politeness. not have itr 22. Miss Tyler is the daughter of cent a cup why Youlwill never have a friend if ing every Thursday night at 8 Courier's Want Coluj p. Tyler. Try the "ALL DEALERS" Capt. J. Telephone the news to 21. you must have oue without a fault. dur-In: Agonies Of Pain Cottage of Hotel... Route Five, (Last week's items.) Crops arc looking nice since the rain Andrew Pounds ast week. Wonderful Invention Eve:r see it? as In Union City d W. P. MONTGOMERY. bearing-dow- n nymp-to- n. lhen yy saved you have e, $25.00 . . . Hickman Bank , . to-w- it l 1 i.- Ktery-hodjrln- 1- -3 - 4-- 5 S .... P ft tr. globe-socke- t, 4-- S - 3 k, V wa . 2-- v aw J 2-- 3 '2-- 9 f fine-cu- t. 1 Weak Women V Rf-'- Utat-ban- Foster-Milbur- well-ven- ti irA-,- self-co- n Dr. tShoop's Night Cure j